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2020-07-23 23:31:02
CAMERARIUS, Joachim.
[20], 423[=424], [2 blank], [18] pp.First edition of an important biography of the German philosopher and theologian of the Protestant Reformation Philipp Melanchthon (1497-1560), who worked closely with Martin Luther. It was written by Melanchthon's close friend Joachim Camerarius (1500-1574), a classical scholar who was able to consult a large amount of personal correspondence, which makes this work a valuable source. From the library of Neidstein castle in the Oberpfalz region of Bavaria. With some manuscript notes on the first flyleaf and marginal notes throughout, some minor restorations to the title-page, slightly browned and a faint waterstain in the upper margin. A very good wide-margined copy.l Ebert 3391; IA 130.520; VD 16 C502; for the binding: Goldschmidt, Gothic & Renaissance bookbindings 227.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-22 17:56:21
Theophrastus.
Venetiis (Venice): Aldus Manutius, 1497. Folio (30 cm, 11.625"). [1] f. <br><br>Leaf 133 from the editio princeps of Theophrastus' work on botany, printed in 1497 as volume one of part four of Aldus' fiv- part edition of the works of Aristotle that he printed at Venice from 1495 to 1498.<br> The text is printed in Aldus' Greek font 1 and on paper watermarked with the Orb 1 design. (See UCLA, Aldine Press: Catalogue of the Ahmanson-Murphy Collection, the 2001 edition, p.54, for type and paper data, and p. 607 for illustration of the watermark.) <br> <br> ESTC ia00959000; GKW 2334; Goff A-959. Inner margin shows removal from a bound volume; upper margin has light foxing; some cockling of paper. Verso has remnants of small tabs indicating leaf had been tipped onto a mat. => Handsome.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
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2020-07-09 10:29:03
Schedel, Hartmann (1440-1514)
Augsburg, 1497. Sehr seltenes Original-Blatt aus der kleinen Schedel'schen Weltchronik. Gedruckt von Johann Schönsperger in Augsburg im Jahre 1497. Die Schönsperger Ausgabe ist weitaus seltener als die Koberger Ausgaben aus dem Jahre 1493. -- Sehr seltene frühe Weltkarte. -- Blattmasse: ca. 27 x 18,5 cm. -- gut erhalten. || Very rare original incunable leaf from Hartmann Schedel's Liber Chronicarum from 1497. -- Extremely rare early world map. -- From the very rare Johann Schönsperger edition printed in Augsburg in 1497. This Augsburg edition is smaller in size and more rare than the Nuremberg editions by Koberger of 1493. Hartmann Schedel's world chronicle is the most profusely illustrated incunable. Latin scholars refer to it as Liber Chronicarum (Book of Chronicles) as this phrase appears in the index introduction of the Latin edition. English-speakers have long referred to it as the Nuremberg Chronicle after the city in which it was first published. German-speakers refer to it as Die Schedelsche W. Viele weitere alte Landkarten, Graphiken und antiquarische Bücher in unserem ebay-shop! Wir kaufen auch an! Schedel, Hartmann (1440-1514): (Blatt XIII) - World map Weltkarte Mappemonde Holzschnitt woodcut Augsburg 1497. Sehr seltenes Original-Blatt aus der kleinen Schedel'schen Weltchronik. Gedruckt von Johann Schönsperger in Augsburg im Jahre 1497. Die Schönsperger Ausgabe ist weitaus seltener als die Koberger Ausgaben aus dem Jahre 1493. -- Sehr seltene frühe Weltkarte. -- Blattmasse: ca. 27 x 18,5 cm. -- gut erhalten. || Very rare original incunable leaf from Hartmann Sche … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antike Original-Graphik (antiquariat-voelkel) [Seubersdorf, Germany]
2020-06-06 10:42:04
Schönsperger, Johann
Johann Schönsperger, Augsburg, 1497. Original Holzschnitt, in späterem Handkolorit, deutsche Textausgabe, auf dem vollen Textblatt. Wohl hier die erste Ausgabe aus dem Jahr 1497 mit der ersten Zeile in der zweiten Spalte: ,Im Bayerland sind .v. bischoff-lich stett.’ Blick von Norden über Stadtamhof und die Donau auf die mittelalterliche Stadt Regensburg. Diese Ansicht der Stadt Regensburg gehört zu den frühesten gedruckten authentischen Darstellungen Regensburgs. Sie fand erstmals in Hartmann Schedels ,Liber Chronicarum’ 1493 in Nürnberg Verwendung. Knapp drei Jahre später, am 18. September 1496 erschien bei dem Augsburger Drucker Johann Schönsperger dem Älteren (verstarb 1521) ein im Format verkleinerter Nachdruck der deutschen Ausgabe der Weltchronik von Hartmann Schedel. Die Holzschnitte wurden nachgeschnitten und kamen verkleinerter Form zur Verwendung. Am 1. Februar 1497 folgte auch eine lateinische Textausgabe. Für Schönsperger war das Werk anscheinend von Erfolg, denn im Jahr 1500 legte er die deutsche Ausgabe erneut auf. Schönsperger war beim Absatz der lateinischen und deutschen Ausgabe der ,Schedelschen Weltchronik’ erfolgreicher als Koberger mit seinen Ausgaben der Weltchronik. Er verpflichtete dafür einen anonymen Reißer, den ,Meister der Augsburger Schedelchronik’, der anspruchsvolle Holzschnitte schuf und dabei die Nürnberger Vorbilder variierte. Die grafische Manier der Umrisszeichnungen, die für die Augsburger Buchholzschnitte bis dahin charakteristisch war, ersetzte er durch eine malerische Vorgehensweise. Die Vermutung bleibt, dass es sich bei diesem Künst … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK Inh. R.Berg [Regensburg, Germany]
2020-06-02 13:34:46
[anonymous]
Strasburg: Johann Prüss, 1497. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Twelve incredible leaves from an incunable printing of "Hortus Sanitatis". This work, also known as "The Garden of Health," is the very first encyclopedia on natural history ever printed. These leaves were published by Johann Pruss in 1491 and include the much-desired sections on plants, 'De Herbis'. It includes 14 beautiful woodcut engravings.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, United States]
2020-05-23 12:43:17
Montagnana
Italy: Boneto Locatello, 1497. Fine/very fine. sumptuous incunabulum of the collected medical and pharmacological works of Bartolomeo Montagnana also containing his Antidotary Montagnana, Bartolomeo. Consilia Bartholomei Montagnane. Tractatus Tres de balneis Patavinis. De co[m]positione et dosi medicinarum. Antidotarium eiusdem. Venice: Ottaviano Scoto for Boneto Locatello, 2 August 1497. A thick volume in-folio, later binding alla monastica (half calf on wooden boards), ties and clasps preserved, ff. 387 [1]. Gothic types 180 G, 130 G and 74 G, text on two columns, 66 lines. Large woodcut device on last leaf. Numerous woodcut headletters. Scarce and sumptuous Medical incunabulum containing Montagnana's collected works. Content: 1. The first work is the «Consilia» («Advices»), the largest ever published work of Medical Advices: with over 400 advices Montagnana is, with his colleague Cermisone, the most fruitful writer of «Advices» of the fifteenth century and can be considered as the systematizer of this kind of scientific writing. The advices, drawn up by Montagnana after an autoptic visit or after the treating doctors had informed him of the disease, are intended for the most noble and illustrious clientele not only of the Friuli and Veneto provinces, but also of the Roman Curia and German aristocracy, that many of his German students who returned home after studying in Padua were treating. Notable among these advices, are those dedicated to some psychic or psychosomatic illnesses where Montagnana experiences his own style of psychological description of considerable pene … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bibliomany [Milano, Italy]
2020-05-19 20:35:05
anonymous]
Strasburg: Johann Prüss, 1497. 1497 Hortus Sanitatis Incunable WOODCUTS Herbal FLOWERS Botany Garden of HealthTwelve incredible leaves from an incunable printing of "Hortus Sanitatis". This work, also known as "The Garden of Health," is the very first encyclopedia on natural history ever printed. These leaves were published by Johann Pruss in 1491 and include the much-desired sections on plants, 'De Herbis'. It includes 14 beautiful woodcut engravingsItem number: #11711Price: $1500[anonymous]Hortus sanitatis...Strasburg: Johann Prüss, 1497.Details: · Collation: o 12 leaveso 14 woodcut engravings· Language: Latin· Binding: Leather; tight & secure· Size: ~11.25in X 8in (29cm x 20cm)Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!11711Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2020-05-15 20:46:05
ALPHONSUS DE CARTAGENA, Bp. of Burgos. 1384-1456
Burgos: Juan de Burgos, 1497. XYLOGRAPHIC TITLE, FIRST USE OF THE LARGE WOODCUT OF A KNIGHT AND HIS ENTHRONED LORD (150 x 125 mm.); four-line floriated white- and black-line woodcut initials (a few printed guide letters), SECOND RECTO PRINTED IN RED AND BLACK with an eight-line white-line initial. Jansenist crushed red morocco (Chambolle-Duru), gilt-lettered spine title, red morocco doublures with a gilt mask roll, two sets of marbled endleaves, all edges gilt, yellow and green silk marker. All that the noble needs to know can be found in the Doctrinal de los caualleros" (Fallows).  FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION and second overall. THIS IS ONE OF THE EARLIEST PRINTED THEORETICAL TREATISES ON CHIVALRY, the first indigenous to the Iberian peninsula and the most influential there through the 16th century.  Compiled in 1444, it served kings, queens, knights, jurists, clerics and military commanders IN CASTILLE, ARAGON AND THE NEW WORLD.  Broadly, it advocates national political consolidation and the expulsion of Muslims from the Iberian peninsula - both achieved by Isabella and Ferdinand, in 1469 and in 1492, respectively. Indeed, she inherited her manuscript Doctrinal from her father Juan II, and it formed an integral part of her education.  Specifically, the text codifies the knight's obligations, privileges, rewards and punishments. It criticizes jousts and sword tourneys as vainglory, records their elaborate scoring systems and proves these exercises solely the prerogative of the formal military orders, like the Order of the Band (its rules given in full). The Doctrinal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-04-24 19:57:18
ARGELLATA PETRUS DE.
Venezia, Ottaviano Scoto per Boneto Locatelli, kalendas Martias, 1497. In-folio; 131 carte (ultima bianca assente). Testo su due colonne, numerose grandi e piccole iniziali ornate e figurate, incise in legno su fondo nero. Legatura del settecento in mezza pergamena e carta decorata ai piatti, tassello in marocchino con titolo in oro al dorso. Bell'esemplare. Rara terza edizione di uno dei più influenti libri di chirurgia del Quattrocento, universalmente stimato dai lettori contemporanei per le sue funzioni di guida pratica e dettagliata, opera del chirurgo Pietro de Argellata, professore di medicina e chirurgia a Bologna tra il 1397 ed il 1421, allievo di Guy de Chauliac, celebre chirurgo francese, allievo a sua volta di Mondino de' Liuzzi. "Although relatively little is known about him, Argellata was a distinguished surgeon in his day; a pupil of Guy de Chauliac, he was Chair of Logic, Astrology and Medicine at the University of Bologna and seems to be chiefly remembered for performing a post mortem on and then embalming the body of Pope Alexander V in 1415..." (Gardham). "[Argellata] was the first, since the days of the Greeks, who practiced operative obstetrics" (Rieseman). "Pietro of Argellata, professor of surgery at Bologna, wrote a treatise on surgery in six books, in which diseases of the teeth are also taken into serious consideration. He speaks of a great number of dental instruments." (Guerini, History of dentistry, pp. 151 - 52). HCR 1637. GW 2323. IGI 785. BMC V, 449. Goff A-953. Klebs 777.3. D. Rieseman, The story of medicine in the Middle Ages (New York: Hoeb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [Italy]
2020-04-16 16:36:06
MANTUANUS, Baptista].
Brescia, Bernardinus de Misintis, 30 May 1497. [bound with:]CAPREOLUS, Helias. De confirmatione Christianae fidei. Brescia, Bernardinus de Misintis, 31 May 1497. 2 works, 4to, ff. 116; 8 (last blank); crisp, wide-margined copies, ownership inscription (Laurentius Terranova) in the first leaf of text, a few ink annotations; in 19th century quarter sheep, plum cloth boards, a little rubbed.First edition of Mantuanus's work containing -on recto of m3- a lengthy reference to America, one of the very few 15th century instances: a 'mention of discoveries of islands in the Atlantic, noting their size and the fact that they are inhabited. Because none of the ancient geographers knew of them, the author assumes that they have only lately been discovered' (Bell). The book also gives accounts of other discoveries in Africa and the far East. Conceived primarily as a Carmelite guide to meditation and spiritual exercises, Mantuanus' work also explores physical well-being and medicine, with a long section on diseases with also discusses mental illness.Bound with another rare incunable: the first appearance of Capreolus' tract on the Christian faith. (3 copies in the US: Huntington, Yale and Seidman library; 2 in the UK: BL and Cardiff).I: European Americana 497/1; GW 3304; Goff B76; Pell 1810; Polain (B) 486; IGI 1189; Bell B33; not in Harisse or Sabin.II: Goff C127; HCR 4409; Pell 3233; CIBN C-66; Nice 67; IDL 1125; IBE 1430; IGI 2440; Madsen 1007; Šimáková-Vrchotka 522; Pr 7042; BMC VII 991; BSB-Ink C-100; GW 6031. Language: Latin [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2020-04-14 08:57:02
Savonarola, Girolamo
[Bartolommeo di Libri], [Florence], 1497. First edition. In late-19th century half leather. Panels covered with marbled paper. Marbled paper pastedown. [14] leaves. First edition of Savonarola's sermon held about a month after the "bonfire of vanities". A more tender and pathetic teaching delivered on the Saturday after the second Sunday of Lent in 1497. Scarce on the market, Americana Exchange records only two records in the last 80 years (1970 Parke Bernet; 1958 Maggs). Audin 84. Hain 14396. BMC. VI. 653. Traces of removed bookplate on front pastedown. In fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Földvári Books [Budapest, Hungary]
2020-04-11 15:51:37
CRASTONUS, Joannes
[Venice: Aldine 1497] Venetiis: In aedibus Aldi Manutii, Romani, Decembri mense. M.IIID. 1497]. Venetiis: In aedibus Aldi Manutii, Romani, Decembri mense. M.IIID. [December 1497], 1497. Folio. [244] leaves, complete with terminal blank. Later, probably 17th century vellum, hinges cracked lacks ties, some spotting and small stains to title page and occasionally elsewhere, a few minor worm tracts, early ink pagination and marginalia. [BMC V, 558; Goff C-960; HC 6151; Renouard, Alde, 13:7]. Crastonus' dictionary was the first bilingual Greek-Latin lexicon to be printed and it provided a model for future lexica. The Aldine edition of 1497 combined Crastoni's Latin-Greek dictionary and the larger Greek-Latin dictionary, to form, in his own words, 'a double dictionary in a single volume'. Aldus also included short works by pseudo-Cyril and Ammonius, together with an index, thus giving the reader added value. However he does not supply page numbers, instead he recommends the owner do this themselves, to which instruction our early owner has compiled. Aldus' believed that classical scholarship in Italy needed to be strengthened, and in order to do so he needed a dictionary that would accompany his grammar books, and printed works of Greek and Latin. For this important project, Aldus enlisted the skills of the Greek scholar Marcus Musurus (c1470-1517). This was probably the first time they worked together and Musurus remained one his most important collaborators. He was the perfect choice for the Geek-Latin dictionary: Erasmus declared him to be 'marvellously skilled in the Latin la … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Celsus Books [London, United Kingdom]
2020-04-01 20:53:10
BEROALDUS, Philippus. (Filippo Beroaldo il Vecchio).
Bononiae, Benedictus Hectoris, 1497. Declamatio Philosophi Medici Oratoris De excellentia disceptum, Et libellus de optimo statu; & principe. Bononiae, Benedictus Hectoris, 1497. In-4° (20,3 cm x 15,2 cm). Cc. (38). Segnatura: (p)2, A-D8, E4. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle verde, ricchi fregi dorati sul dorso, piatti marmorizzati. Carattere romano su 27 linee. Alcune glosse manoscritte da mano cinquecentesca. Dedicatoria dell' autore a Paulus Sidlovitium Polonum. Alcune lievi e sporadiche bruniture lungo il margine inferiore di poche carte ma esemplare in più che buono stato di conservazione generale. (Editio Princeps) Prima rara edizione di entrambe queste opere dell' illustre umanista bolognese. Nella prima, l' autore da vita ad un dibattito fra tre fratelli (il primo, un filosofo,il secondo, un medico ed il terzo, un oratore) per appianare una controversia sul testamento del padre. Il genitore infatti stabilisce che la sua eredità vada al figlio che svolge la professione più utile per la società. I tre per ottenere il patrimonio paterno difendono strenuamente le loro attività ma è ovviamente l'oratore che ottiene l'eredità perché, anche se la sua professione è probabilmente la meno utile, è il migliore nel difenderla. L'moratore infatti espone gli errori del filosofo e del medico attingendo a fonti come Pitagora, Empedocle, Platone, Ippocrate, Galeno e Avicenna. La seconda opera, dalla carta B2, è un' epistola sull' arte del governare e sulla forma ottimale di governo. Il Beroaldo inizia il "De optimo statu" con una descrizione dei diversi regimi considerati legitt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Dentis (ALAI - ILAB) [Torino, TO, Italy]
2020-03-26 18:45:24
Schedel, Hartmann (1440-1514):
Augsburg, 1497. Sehr seltenes Original-Blatt aus der kleinen Schedel'schen Weltchronik. Gedruckt von Johann Schönsperger in Augsburg im Jahre 1497. Die Schönsperger Ausgabe ist weitaus seltener als die Koberger Ausgaben aus dem Jahre 1493. -- Sehr seltene frühe Weltkarte. -- Blattmasse: ca. 27 x 18,5 cm. -- gut erhalten. || Very rare original incunable leaf from Hartmann Schedel's Liber Chronicarum from 1497. -- Extremely rare early world map. -- From the very rare Johann Schönsperger edition printed in Augsburg in 1497. This Augsburg edition is smaller in size and more rare than the Nuremberg editions by Koberger of 1493. Hartmann Schedel's world chronicle is the most profusely illustrated incunable. Latin scholars refer to it as Liber Chronicarum (Book of Chronicles) as this phrase appears in the index introduction of the Latin edition. English-speakers have long referred to it as the Nuremberg Chronicle after the city in which it was first published. German-speakers refer to it as Die Schedelsche Weltchronik (Schedel's World History) in honour of its author. -- in good condition. || Dies ist ein Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! -- This is an original! - No copy! - No reprint! la Gewicht in Gramm: 500
Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel GmbH [Seubersdorf, Germany]
2020-03-25 12:32:04
Schedel, Hartmann (1440-1514)
Augsburg, 1497. Sehr seltenes Original-Blatt aus der kleinen Schedel'schen Weltchronik. Gedruckt von Johann Schönsperger in Augsburg im Jahre 1497. Die Schönsperger Ausgabe ist weitaus seltener als die Koberger Ausgaben aus dem Jahre 1493. -- Sehr seltene frühe Weltkarte. -- Blattmasse: ca. 27 x 18,5 cm. -- gut erhalten. || Very rare original incunable leaf from Hartmann Schedel's Liber Chronicarum from 1497. -- Extremely rare early world map. -- From the very rare Johann Schönsperger edition printed in Augsburg in 1497. This Augsburg edition is smaller in size and more rare than the Nuremberg editions by Koberger of 1493. Hartmann Schedel's world chronicle is the most profusely illustrated incunable. Latin scholars refer to it as Liber Chronicarum (Book of Chronicles) as this phrase appears in the index introduction of the Latin edition. English-speakers have long referred to it as the Nuremberg Chronicle after the city in which it was first published. German-speakers refer to it as Die Schedelsche W. Viele weitere alte Landkarten, Graphiken und antiquarische Bücher in unserem ebay-shop! Wir kaufen auch an! Schedel, Hartmann (1440-1514): (Blatt XIII) - World map Weltkarte Mappemonde Holzschnitt woodcut Augsburg 1497. Sehr seltenes Original-Blatt aus der kleinen Schedel'schen Weltchronik. Gedruckt von Johann Schönsperger in Augsburg im Jahre 1497. Die Schönsperger Ausgabe ist weitaus seltener als die Koberger Ausgaben aus dem Jahre 1493. -- Sehr seltene frühe Weltkarte. -- Blattmasse: ca. 27 x 18,5 cm. -- gut erhalten. || Very rare original incunable leaf from Hartmann Sche … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antike Original-Graphik (antiquariat-voelkel) [Seubersdorf, Germany]
2020-03-25 12:32:04
Schedel, Hartmann (1440-1514)
Augsburg 1497. Sehr seltenes Original-Blatt aus der kleinen Schedel'schen Weltchronik. Gedruckt von Johann Schönsperger in Augsburg im Jahre 1497. Die Schönsperger Ausgabe ist weitaus seltener als die Koberger Ausgaben aus dem Jahre 1493. -- Sehr seltene frühe Weltkarte. -- Blattmasse: ca. 27 x 18,5 cm. -- gut erhalten. || Very rare original incunable leaf from Hartmann Schedel's Liber Chronicarum from 1497. -- Extremely rare early world map. -- From the very rare Johann Schönsperger edition printed in Augsburg in 1497. This Augsburg edition is smaller in size and more rare than the Nuremberg editions by Koberger of 1493. Hartmann Schedel's world chronicle is the most profusely illustrated incunable. Latin scholars refer to it as Liber Chronicarum (Book of Chronicles) as this phrase appears in the index introduction of the Latin edition. English-speakers have long referred to it as the Nuremberg Chronicle after the city in which it was first published. German-speakers refer to it as Die Schedelsche Weltchronik (Schedel's World History) in honour of its author. -- in good condition. || Dies ist ein Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! -- This is an original! - No copy! - No reprint! Versand D: 7,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel GmbH [Germany]
2020-03-25 11:01:04
Theophrastus.
Venetiis (Venice): Aldus Manutius, 1497. Folio (30 cm, 11.625"). [1] f. Leaf 133 from the editio princeps of Theophrastus' work on botany, printed in 1497 as volume one of part four of Aldus' fiv- part edition of the works of Aristotle that he printed at Venice from 1495 to 1498.    The text is printed in Aldus' Greek font 1 and on paper watermarked with the Orb 1 design. (See UCLA, Aldine Press: Catalogue of the Ahmanson-Murphy Collection, the 2001 edition, p.54, for type and paper data, and p. 607 for illustration of the watermark.)         ESTC ia00959000; GKW 2334; Goff A-959. Inner margin shows removal from a bound volume; upper margin has light foxing; some cockling of paper. Verso has remnants of small tabs indicating leaf had been tipped onto a mat. => Handsome.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
2020-03-23 21:05:56
Theophrastus.
Aldus Manutius, Venetiis (Venice). Leaf 133 from the editio princeps of Theophrastus' work on botany, printed in 1497 as volume one of part four of Aldus' fiv- part edition of the works of Aristotle that he printed at Venice from 1495 to 1498. The text is printed in Aldus' Greek font 1 and on paper watermarked with the Orb 1 design. (See UCLA, Aldine Press: Catalogue of the Ahmanson-Murphy Collection, the 2001 edition, p.54, for type and paper data, and p. 607 for illustration of the watermark.) Folio (30 cm, 11.625"). [1] f. ESTC ia00959000; GKW 2334; Goff A-959. Inner margin shows removal from a bound volume; upper margin has light foxing; some cockling of paper. Verso has remnants of small tabs indicating leaf had been tipped onto a mat. => Handsome. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2020-03-16 20:56:46
Theophrastus.
Aldus Manutius. Leaf 133 from the editio princeps of Theophrastus' work on botany, printed in 1497 as volume one of part four of Aldus' fiv- part edition of the works of Aristotle that he printed at Venice from 1495 to 1498. The text is printed in Aldus' Greek font 1 and on paper watermarked with the Orb 1 design. (See UCLA, Aldine Press: Catalogue of the Ahmanson-Murphy Collection, the 2001 edition, p.54, for type and paper data, and p. 607 for illustration of the watermark.)
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2020-03-10 20:51:10
BOOK OF HOURS
1497. Pigouchet's fine device on title-page and 16 large metalcuts from Pigouchet & Vostre Set 2 (Fairfax-Murray) designed by the workshop of Master of Anne de Bretagne, including Anatomical Man, Martyrdom of St. John, Betrayal, Annunciation, Visitation, Nativity, Annunciation to the Shepherds, Adoration of the Magi, Presentation, Flight into Egypt, Death of the Virgin, Bathsheba, Dives and Lazarus, Crucifixion, Pentecost, Trinity; the fine marginal borders include the complete set of the Dance of Death for Men and Women, 30 & 36 subjects, in columns of three. 8vo (178 x 112 mm). Printed on vellum. [104]ff. Mid-16th century olive green morocco gilt, covers with double fillet, large central wreath enclosing monogram 'DH', flat ruled spine with monogram in each compartment, gilt edges (chipped at head of spine, joints and corners rubbed). Paris, Pigouchet for Vostre, 1497 One of only two complete copies known of the only 15th-century printed Book of Hours for the liturgical use of Meaux, printed on vellum and preserved in a fine mid-16th century olive green morocco binding. ?It is with the Books of Hours printed by Philippe Pigouchet for the publisher Simon Vostre that the art of the printed Horae achieved late Gothic perfection.? (Wieck) As well as the fine series of large metalcuts, the intricate borders which fill every page show the commercial sense of Pigouchet & Vostre, as noted by Wieck, ?The most striking feature of many of the early printed Horae is their multitudinous images. At a cost much lower than their manuscript competitors, printers were able to offer their c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2020-02-25 13:41:14
VERGILIUS MARO PUBLIUS (VIRGILUS VIRGILIO )
1497. [Incunabolo-Rarissimo] (cm. 19,2) solida legatura del XX secolo in mz. vitello, 3 nervi e punte.-- carte 44 (di 46). Caratteri gotici, bei capolettera a fondo nero, 27 linee per il testo e 49 linee per il commento. Segnatura a8,b6,c8,d-g6 - a è minuscolo e non maiuscolo (A) come per errore riferisce Goff. Incunabolo veramente rarissimo. Manca ad Hain, Polain nonchè ad I.g.i., Oates e al Bmc. goff registra solo 3 copie in America e secondo I.g.i. non è posseduto da nessuna biblioteca italiana. Manca anche a Sander e a molti grandi cataloghi antichi di Baer, Rosenthal, Olschki, Maggs, Quaritch ecc. Per la bella marca tipografica vedi Polain "Marques des imprimers en France au XV siecle2 1926 n° 92. Manca la prima carta con il titolo (a1) e la corrispondente a8. Ambedue sono state inserite riprodotte in xerocopia. Esemplare molto bello, nitido e fresco con buoni margini. La carta a2 recto inizia: Tytire tupatule recubans. la carta b1 recto: Hec eadem ut sciret.la carta g1 recto: Cantando puerum.la carta G5 al verso chiude tutta l' opera con la riga: Auctori grates qui tibi pressit agas. Segue l' ultima carta che è bianca. * Goff V 213; * Harvard 3683; * Pellechet 11655; * Walsh 3683; * Cibn V-152.
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, IT]
2020-01-27 10:20:38
Hemmerli, Felix.
[Straßburg, Drucker des Jordanus von Quedlinburg, d. i. Georg Husner, nach 13. VIII. 1497]. Fol. Titel m. großem Holzschn.-Portrait. 182 nn. Bll. (ohne die beiden weißen Bll. [*]4 u. gg6; Got. Typ., 47 Zeilen, durchg. rubriziert). Holzdeckelbd. m. blindgepr. Lederrücken im Stil d. Zt. m. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt u. einer Mittelschließe. Erste Ausgabe. - Der Zürcher Theologe und Jurist Felix Hemmerli (bzw. Hemmerlin) (1388/89-um 1461) war Chorherr in Zofingen und am Großmünster in Zürich, wo er von 1429 bis 1454 das Amt des Kantors versah, daneben Probst in Solothurn. Hemmerli besuchte das Konstanzer Konzil und war auf dem Konzil von Basel im Ausschuss für Kirchenreform tätig. Durch seine Reformschriften zog er sich die Missgunst von Amtsgenossen zu, was ihm ab 1454 eine lebenslange Haftstrafe einbrachte, die er zuletzt bei den von ihm bekämpften Franziskanern in Luzern verbringt. In der vorliegenden Aufsatzsammlung, die Sebastian Brant mit einem einleitenden Gedicht dem Kölner Erzbischof Hermann von Hessen widmete, sind nahezu alle von Hemmerlis Streitschriften zur Kirchenreform enthalten. - Einband tlw. etw. berieben. Titel schwach wasserrandig, etw. fleckig u. verso alt gestempelt (Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Breslau). Vereinzelt leicht gebräunt. - GW 12187; Hain/C. 8424; Schramm 4198; BSB-Ink H-42; Proctor 482; Wilhelmi (Brant) 379; Kat. Bibl. Schäfer 149; Schlechter/Ries 876; ISTC ih00017000. Versand D: 12,80 EUR Alte Drucke bis 1600, Theologie, Philosophie, Hemmerli, Opuscula et tractatus, Inkunabel, Inkunabeln, Incunabula
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2020-01-25 08:21:14
Iamblichus (Jamblichus); Proclus; Porphyrius; et al; Ficino, Marsilio (ed., trans)
Venice: Aldus, 1497. First Edition. Hardcover (rebound in leather). Very Good Condition. Later leather, worn and rubbed, final spine compartment torn. Browning and dampstaining mostly confined to lower margin, heavier on last few pages, a few leaves creased, hole touching text on final two text leaves, obscuring a small section of text on final text leaf. Endpapers replaced, some worming in inner margin at end and a few final leaves with a small paper repair to wormed portion; penciled page numbers here and there. 185 leaves, lacking front and rear blank. Kii final word spelled absente, second leaf aii. Ahmanson-Murphy 15 The editio princeps of Iamblichus' study of ritual magic and most of the other Neoplatonic texts collected here (Albinus on Plato was first printed in 1472 by Bembo and the Pythagorean Golden Verses first appeared in Greek in 1495). A central text of the Renaissance, the vehicle for the dissemination of Neoplatonic philosophySize: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Literature & Literary; Philosophy. Inventory No: 046958.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books [United States]
2020-01-22 11:14:10
Andrea MANTEGNA
Bulino, circa 1497. Magnifica prova, dell’unico stato, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata all’interno del rame, lievi interventi di restauro perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Come sempre, per le opere del Mantegna, non si può parlare di esemplare completo; come per molte opere del XV secolo gli esemplari completi dell’impronta del rame sono pratiamente introvabili. La composizione deriva dagli affreschi del Mantegna nella Camera degli Sposi; il tema delle fatiche di Ercole era uno dei più popolari dell’arte del Rinascimento, in particolare in quella del Mantegna e della sua scuola. Oltre a questo lavoro e agli affreschi, ci sono pervenuti un disegno, conservato agli Uffizi, altre due incisioni della scuola e due firmate da Giovanni Antonio da Brescia. L’opera rappresenta uno dei lavori di maggior qualità tra le incisioni della cerchia del Mantegna, molto vicino alla tecnica del Maestro. Recenti studi di Landau e Borsch assegnano la paternità dell’opera ad un pittore, il cui nome rimane ignoto, denominato Primo Incisore. Si tratterebbe dell’autore di molte delle opere della scuola di Mantegna, ad eccezione di quelle firmate da Giovanni Antonio da Brescia, al quale vengono assegnate anche alcune in precedenza attribuite a Andrea Zoan. Engraving, 1497 circa. Magnificent work, sole state, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark, trimmed inside the platemark, minor repairs perfectly executed, in general in excellent condition; like many works of the XV century, examples trimmed to platemark are rare to b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2020-01-19 07:44:07
VERGILIUS MARO PUBLIUS (VIRGILUS VIRGILIO )
1497. [Incunabolo-Rarissimo] (cm. 19,2) solida legatura del XX secolo in mz. vitello, 3 nervi e punte.-- carte 44 (di 46). Caratteri gotici, bei capolettera a fondo nero, 27 linee per il testo e 49 linee per il commento. Segnatura a8,b6,c8,d-g6 - a è minuscolo e non maiuscolo (A) come per errore riferisce Goff. Incunabolo veramente rarissimo. Manca ad Hain, Polain nonchè ad I.g.i., Oates e al Bmc. goff registra solo 3 copie in America e secondo I.g.i. non è posseduto da nessuna biblioteca italiana. Manca anche a Sander e a molti grandi cataloghi antichi di Baer, Rosenthal, Olschki, Maggs, Quaritch ecc. Per la bella marca tipografica vedi Polain "Marques des imprimers en France au XV siecle2 1926 n° 92. Manca la prima carta con il titolo (a1) e la corrispondente a8. Ambedue sono state inserite riprodotte in xerocopia. Esemplare molto bello, nitido e fresco con buoni margini. La carta a2 recto inizia: Tytire tupatule recubans. la carta b1 recto: Hec eadem ut sciret.la carta g1 recto: Cantando puerum.la carta G5 al verso chiude tutta l' opera con la riga: Auctori grates qui tibi pressit agas. Segue l' ultima carta che è bianca. * Goff V 213; * Harvard 3683; * Pellechet 11655; * Walsh 3683; * Cibn V-152.
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, IT]
2020-01-17 21:10:09
ANTONINUS FLORENTINUS (ANTONINO FIORENTINO)
1497. [INCUNABOLO-RARO] (cm. 16,3) ottima e solida legatura del XX secolo in piena pergamena antica, sguardie antiche. Carte 175 (di 176) numerate da 1 a 167, seguono altre nove carte non numerate. Caratteri gotici, testo su due colonne, 34 linee, spazi per lettere capitali. Importante edizione veneziana, qui ampliata per la prima volta. L' autore fu domenicano e vescovo di Firenze (1389-1459). Questo suo confessionale ebbe molto successo e circa 100 edizioni! con il "defecerunt" si conoscono circa 72 edizioni. E' una guida per il confessore, è dedicata al clero e divide le persone in commercianti, medici, vanitosi, orefici, macellai ecc. Il colophon è in fine, il registro è a c. y6 recto e al verso è bianca. Manca la carta numero 8 con segnatura d8. La prima carta (a1) è presente nel nostro esemplare, è bianca al verso e al recto porta solo il titolo "defecerunt" ma presenta una filigrana diversa dalle altre e forse è presa da un' altro esemplare? comunque è molto bella e perfettamente identica all' originale, tuttavia ingenera qualche dubbio a causa della filigrana. Edizione assolutamente molto rara: manca al BMC, HARVARD, BIBLIOTEQUE NATIONALE,POLAIN. GOFF ha un solo esemplare in america, SANDER registra 1 sola vendita e manca a vari grandi cataloghi di BAER, MAGGS compreso il CAT. di HARPER (1930), OLSCHKI n° 53 "MONUMENTA" e OLSCHKI n° 94 "INCUNABOLA TYPOGRAPHICA" nonchè al CAT. n° 24 di ROSENTHAL di Monaco "INCUNABULA" con ben 3500 incunaboli! La carta numerata 2 ha un bel capolettera ornato a fondo nero e il margine bianco basso porta una vecchia integrazione. Ultime … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, Italy]
2020-01-17 11:59:12
Hartmann SCHEDEL (Norimberga 1440 - ivi 1514)
1497. Veduta fantastica della città posta nella parte inferiore del foglio che contiene anche il teste descrittivo, tratto dal Liber cronicarum cum figuris et umaginibus ab initio mudi usus mit temporis rarissima edizione "tascabile" della celebre cronaca del mondo, edita ad Ausburg presso Johann Schonsperger, nel 1496. Prima edizione in tedesco dello Schonsperger. Egli abbrevia sia il testo sia il formato dello Schedel per produrre un edizione che fosse più maneggevole a commerciabile di quella di A. Koberger. Silografia, posta nella parte centrale di un doppio foglio di testo, leggero restauro alla piega centrale, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara. An imaginary view of the city, printed on the lower part of the sheet with the descriptive text, taken from Liber cronicarum cum figuris et umaginibus ab initio mudi usus mit temporis, a very rare "pocket" edition printed in Ausburg by Johann Schonsperger, in 1496. First German edition realized by Schonsperger. He cut both text and the size realized by Schedel to relize an edition that was to be more handy and saleable. Woodcut, printed in the central part of a double text sheet, minor repair on central fold, otherwise in good condition. Rare. Sconosciuta al Frutaz.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-14 11:51:19
Andrea MANTEGNA (Isola di Cartura 1431 - Mantova 1506)
Bulino, circa 1497. Magnifica prova, dell'unico stato, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata all'interno del rame, lievi interventi di restauro perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Come sempre, per le opere del Mantegna, non si può parlare di esemplare completo; come per molte opere del XV secolo gli esemplari completi dell'impronta del rame sono pratiamente introvabili. La composizione deriva dagli affreschi del Mantegna nella Camera degli Sposi; il tema delle fatiche di Ercole era uno dei più popolari dell'arte del Rinascimento, in particolare in quella del Mantegna e della sua scuola. Oltre a questo lavoro e agli affreschi, ci sono pervenuti un disegno, conservato agli Uffizi, altre due incisioni della scuola e due firmate da Giovanni Antonio da Brescia. L'opera rappresenta uno dei lavori di maggior qualità tra le incisioni della cerchia del Mantegna, molto vicino alla tecnica del Maestro. Recenti studi di Landau e Borsch assegnano la paternità dell'opera ad un pittore, il cui nome rimane ignoto, denominato Primo Incisore. Si tratterebbe dell'autore di molte delle opere della scuola di Mantegna, ad eccezione di quelle firmate da Giovanni Antonio da Brescia, al quale vengono assegnate anche alcune in precedenza attribuite a Andrea Zoan. Engraving, 1497 circa. Magnificent work, sole state, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark, trimmed inside the platemark, minor repairs perfectly executed, in general in excellent condition; like many works of the XV century, examples trimmed to platemark are rare to b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2019-12-20 08:39:14
Petri Lombardi
Bonetus Locatellus. Excellent condition as nothing to compare!Not new but in great shape for its age. 1497 THOMAS AQUINAS (Saint, c.1225-1274). Super tertio libro Sententiarum Petri. Sale Price $2795.00 with Christmas Discount of 30% until Dec 25th- Price $1956.00 Published by Bonetus Locatellus for Octavianus Scotus, May 1497., Venice,1497 Super tertio libro Sententiarum, Petri Lombardi. Peter Lombard's Four Books of Sentences, a systematic compilation of theology, was the standard textbook of theology at medieval universities. As a subject of Christian commentary, it was second only to the Bible. Bonetus Locatellus for Octavianus Scotus, May, 1497., Venice:, 1497. Scarce Venetian printing in Latin. Overall, leaves are in excellent condition. A chance to own a piece of theological and literal history. Thomas (Aquinas) came to grips with a great new task: commenting on Peter Lombard's Sentences. (in) his journey to becoming a master in theology followed his stint as a biblical bachelor in Cologne. According to an often-invoked parallel, the commentary on the Sentences was like the chef d'oeuvre that the apprentice was required to present in order to become a master artisan. Already a century old - since its definitive edition was published between 1155 and 1158. The Sentences would remain in use - they were quickly made obligatory - in the schools for three centuries. all the scholastic writers were obliged to pour their instruction into this mold, even if in reality the process became more and more of a fiction. A detail that affected Thomas reveals the considerable import … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: myfavorites (smartbuydiscounts) [Richmond, Virginia, US]
2019-12-14 06:55:06
Petrus Bergomensis
Venedig, Johannes Rubeus (für Alexander Calcedonius), 13. V, 1497. Artikeldetails Tabula operum Thomae Aquinatis. Mit Beigabe von Ambrosius de Alemania. [Thomas von Aquinas.] - Petrus Bergomensis: Venedig, Johannes Rubeus (für Alexander Calcedonius), 13. V. 1497. 10 unnum., 422 (st. 424) num. Bll. mit 1 Holzschnitt, einigen Initialen und Verlegermarke. Holzdeckelband des 19. Jhdts., mit blindgepr. braunem Lederrücken, handschriftl. Rückentitel und 2 Schließen. 32 x 23 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 25067 Bemerkungen: GW M32092; Hain/Cop. 2820; BMC V, 419; Pr. 5145; Goff P 454; BSB-Ink P 347; IGI 7615; Pell. 2076; Polain 3086; Voull., Bln. 4240; Essling I2, 914; Michelitsch 221, 232; Sander 5642; nicht bei Oates. – Zu "der so wertvollen, bis heute noch nicht überholten und ersetzten Tabula aurea des Dominikaners Petrus von Bergamo", die "sich von der Zueignung einer Fülle ganz unzutreffender Traktate an Thomas, wie dies z. B. bei Trithemius der Fall ist, glücklicherweise freigehalten" hat, siehe Grabmann, Die echten Schriften des hl. Thomas v. Aquin, S. 172. Das Werk war erstmals 1473 in Bologna erschienen. Vorliegende seltene Ausgabe ist am Ende mit einem bemerkenswerten Beispiel eines frühen Druckerprivilegs versehen: "... cu(m) priuilegio co(n)cesso a senatu et dominio Uenetoru(m) q(uo)nullus per dece(m) annos possit nec audeat imp(ri)mere a(ut) ue(n)dere ... op(us) istud sub pena q(uin)quagi(n)ta ducatoru(m) pro quolibet uolu-mine ...". – Die fehlenden num. Bll. 1 (Tit.) u. 134 durch Faksimile ersetzt. Die 10 unn. Bll. "Tabula dictionum“ hier an den Anfang gebunden. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2019-12-14 02:49:41
GUGLIELMUS DE LAVICEA - RAMPEGOLLIS Antonius de [RAMPEGOLLO Antonio]
1497. 2 opere in 1 volume in-8 (145x100 mm.), [Prima opera]: cc. 113 [recte, 115], (19), impressa Venetiis, per Ioannis [i.e. Pietro] de Quarengijs de Palazago territorij Bergomensis, sub die primo februarij 1497. [Seconda opera]: cc. 203, (1). Venandantur Parrhisiis in vico Sancti Jacobi sub intersignio divi Claudii (al titolo, con marca editoriale di François Regnault], Anno salutatis christiane M. CCCCC X. Die vero xxii mensis Octobus (al colophon). Legatura coeva in pelle di scrofa su assicelle, titolo manoscritto su tassello in carta a dorso. Per la prima opera: Opera apocrifa di S. Bonaventura, l'autore è Gulielmus de Lavicea, cfr.: Dictionnaire de spiritualité ascétique et mystique, VI, col. 1218 Bibliografia: IGI 1890; HC 3531; Proct. 5480; Pell. 2598; BMC V 513; GW 4730 Per la seconda opera: Renouard, ICP, I, 1510, 183. - Renouard, Marques, n°939 p. 303. Pettegree, 84278. Moreau, I, 383. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2019-12-12 17:46:24
Petrus Bergomensis
Venedig, Johannes Rubeus (für Alexander Calcedonius), 13. V. 1497. 10 unnum., 422 (st. 424) num. Bll. mit 1 Holzschnitt, einigen Initialen und Verlegermarke. Holzdeckelband des 19. Jhdts., mit blindgepr. braunem Lederrücken, handschriftl. Rückentitel und 2 Schließen. 32 x 23 cm. GW M32092; Hain/Cop. 2820; BMC V, 419; Pr. 5145; Goff P 454; BSB-Ink P 347; IGI 7615; Pell. 2076; Polain 3086; Voull., Bln. 4240; Essling I2, 914; Michelitsch 221, 232; Sander 5642; nicht bei Oates. – Zu "der so wertvollen, bis heute noch nicht überholten und ersetzten Tabula aurea des Dominikaners Petrus von Bergamo", die "sich von der Zueignung einer Fülle ganz unzutreffender Traktate an Thomas, wie dies z. B. bei Trithemius der Fall ist, glücklicherweise freigehalten" hat, siehe Grabmann, Die echten Schriften des hl. Thomas v. Aquin, S. 172. Das Werk war erstmals 1473 in Bologna erschienen. Vorliegende seltene Ausgabe ist am Ende mit einem bemerkenswerten Beispiel eines frühen Druckerprivilegs versehen: "... cu(m) priuilegio co(n)cesso a senatu et dominio Uenetoru(m) q(uo)nullus per dece(m) annos possit nec audeat imp(ri)mere a(ut) ue(n)dere ... op(us) istud sub pena q(uin)quagi(n)ta ducatoru(m) pro quolibet uolu-mine ...". – Die fehlenden num. Bll. 1 (Tit.) u. 134 durch Faksimile ersetzt. Die 10 unn. Bll. "Tabula dictionum“ hier an den Anfang gebunden. Ränder anfangs und gegen Ende etwas fleckig und mit kl. Brandlöchern, dadurch minimaler Buchstabenverlust, wenige Lagen leicht gebräunt oder stockfleckig, meist jedoch recht sauber. Die num. Bll. 4r u. 424r mit kl. kolor. u. goldgeh. Holzschnit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2019-12-11 00:48:30
Petrus Bergomensis
Venedig, Johannes Rubeus (für Alexander Calcedonius), 13. V, 1497. Artikeldetails Tabula operum Thomae Aquinatis. Mit Beigabe von Ambrosius de Alemania. [Thomas von Aquinas.] - Petrus Bergomensis: Venedig, Johannes Rubeus (für Alexander Calcedonius), 13. V. 1497. 10 unnum., 422 (st. 424) num. Bll. mit 1 Holzschnitt, einigen Initialen und Verlegermarke. Holzdeckelband des 19. Jhdts., mit blindgepr. braunem Lederrücken, handschriftl. Rückentitel und 2 Schließen. 32 x 23 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 25067 Bemerkungen: GW M32092; Hain/Cop. 2820; BMC V, 419; Pr. 5145; Goff P 454; BSB-Ink P 347; IGI 7615; Pell. 2076; Polain 3086; Voull., Bln. 4240; Essling I2, 914; Michelitsch 221, 232; Sander 5642; nicht bei Oates. – Zu "der so wertvollen, bis heute noch nicht überholten und ersetzten Tabula aurea des Dominikaners Petrus von Bergamo", die "sich von der Zueignung einer Fülle ganz unzutreffender Traktate an Thomas, wie dies z. B. bei Trithemius der Fall ist, glücklicherweise freigehalten" hat, siehe Grabmann, Die echten Schriften des hl. Thomas v. Aquin, S. 172. Das Werk war erstmals 1473 in Bologna erschienen. Vorliegende seltene Ausgabe ist am Ende mit einem bemerkenswerten Beispiel eines frühen Druckerprivilegs versehen: "... cu(m) priuilegio co(n)cesso a senatu et dominio Uenetoru(m) q(uo)nullus per dece(m) annos possit nec audeat imp(ri)mere a(ut) ue(n)dere ... op(us) istud sub pena q(uin)quagi(n)ta ducatoru(m) pro quolibet uolu-mine ...". – Die fehlenden num. Bll. 1 (Tit.) u. 134 durch Faksimile ersetzt. Die 10 unn. Bll. "Tabula dictionum“ hier an den Anfang gebunden. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2019-11-20 10:39:02
Petrus Bergomensis
Venedig, Johannes Rubeus (für Alexander Calcedonius), 13. V, 1497. Artikeldetails Tabula operum Thomae Aquinatis. Mit Beigabe von Ambrosius de Alemania. [Thomas von Aquinas.] - Petrus Bergomensis: Venedig, Johannes Rubeus (für Alexander Calcedonius), 13. V. 1497. 10 unnum., 422 (st. 424) num. Bll. mit 1 Holzschnitt, einigen Initialen und Verlegermarke. Holzdeckelband des 19. Jhdts., mit blindgepr. braunem Lederrücken, handschriftl. Rückentitel und 2 Schließen. 32 x 23 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 25067 Bemerkungen: GW M32092; Hain/Cop. 2820; BMC V, 419; Pr. 5145; Goff P 454; BSB-Ink P 347; IGI 7615; Pell. 2076; Polain 3086; Voull., Bln. 4240; Essling I2, 914; Michelitsch 221, 232; Sander 5642; nicht bei Oates. – Zu "der so wertvollen, bis heute noch nicht überholten und ersetzten Tabula aurea des Dominikaners Petrus von Bergamo", die "sich von der Zueignung einer Fülle ganz unzutreffender Traktate an Thomas, wie dies z. B. bei Trithemius der Fall ist, glücklicherweise freigehalten" hat, siehe Grabmann, Die echten Schriften des hl. Thomas v. Aquin, S. 172. Das Werk war erstmals 1473 in Bologna erschienen. Vorliegende seltene Ausgabe ist am Ende mit einem bemerkenswerten Beispiel eines frühen Druckerprivilegs versehen: "... cu(m) priuilegio co(n)cesso a senatu et dominio Uenetoru(m) q(uo)nullus per dece(m) annos possit nec audeat imp(ri)mere a(ut) ue(n)dere ... op(us) istud sub pena q(uin)quagi(n)ta ducatoru(m) pro quolibet uolu-mine ...". – Die fehlenden num. Bll. 1 (Tit.) u. 134 durch Faksimile ersetzt. Die 10 unn. Bll. "Tabula dictionum“ hier an den Anfang gebunden. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2019-11-18 14:02:04
Thomas von Aquinas - Petrus Bergomensis
Venedig, Johannes Rubeus (für Alexander Calcedonius), 13. V, 1497. 10 unnum., 422 (st. 424) num. Bll. mit 1 Holzschnitt, einigen Initialen und Verlegermarke. Holzdeckelband des 19. Jhdts., mit blindgepr. braunem Lederrücken, handschriftl. Rückentitel und 2 Schließen. 32 x 23 cm. GW M32092; Hain/Cop. 2820; BMC V, 419; Pr. 5145; Goff P 454; BSB-Ink P 347; IGI 7615; Pell. 2076; Polain 3086; Voull., Bln. 4240; Essling I2, 914; Michelitsch 221, 232; Sander 5642; nicht bei Oates. ? Zu "der so wertvollen, bis heute noch nicht überholten und ersetzten Tabula aurea des Dominikaners Petrus von Bergamo", die "sich von der Zueignung einer Fülle ganz unzutreffender Traktate an Thomas, wie dies z. B. bei Trithemius der Fall ist, glücklicherweise freigehalten" hat, siehe Grabmann, Die echten Schriften des hl. Thomas v. Aquin, S. 172. Das Werk war erstmals 1473 in Bologna erschienen. Vorliegende seltene Ausgabe ist am Ende mit einem bemerkenswerten Beispiel eines frühen Druckerprivilegs versehen: "... cu(m) priuilegio co(n)cesso a senatu et dominio Uenetoru(m) q(uo)nullus per dece(m) annos possit nec audeat imp(ri)mere a(ut) ue(n)dere ... op(us) istud sub pena q(uin)quagi(n)ta ducatoru(m) pro quolibet uolu-mine ...". ? Die fehlenden num. Bll. 1 (Tit.) u. 134 durch Faksimile ersetzt. Die 10 unn. Bll. "Tabula dictionum? hier an den Anfang gebunden. Ränder anfangs und gegen Ende etwas fleckig und mit kl. Brandlöchern, dadurch minimaler Buchstabenverlust, wenige Lagen leicht gebräunt oder stockfleckig, meist jedoch recht sauber. Die num. Bll. 4r u. 424r mit kl. kolor. u. goldgeh. Holzschnitt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2019-11-08 08:13:04
INCUNABLE). IAMBLICHUS
Venice, Aldus Manutius, September 1497. 29 x 21 cm. Full calf (probably bound in the early 18th century, with a few restorations). 186 p. 1st edition. Bookblock edges sprinkled red and blue. Last blank missing. Owner's inscription on title dated 1558. Inscription on flyleaf by former owner James Ralston Skinner, dated 1875. A few marginal notes. Some small defects, but in general a remarkably clean and white copy.* Editio princeps of classical authors Iamblichus, Porphyrius and Proclus and others. An early Aldus Manutius edition of great harmony and simplicity, an important collection of translations and editions by Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499) of various Platonist philosophers, sprinkled with texts of his own and concluded with the first printing of Ficino's essay 'De Voluptate' (written in 1457). Goff J216.Title page with index of the book, followed on verso by the printed dedication to Giovanni de' Medici (later Pope Leo X). Large woodcut open initial at the beginning of the text. Spaces for initials with guide letters (not filled in).The 1558 inscription on the title is hard to read; the name could be something like Petrus (.) Mecklenburgius, with an interesting monogram involving a P and a noughts and crosses grid (tic-tac-toe). James Ralston Skinner (1830-1893) was an attorney from Cincinnati, important in the theosophic world and a correspondent of Blavatsky. The American wrote a number of books about Egypt (especially the pyramid of Gizeh), about metrology and about the kabbala. He bought this book from the Leipsic antiquarian firm of List and Francke. [Attributes: F … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fokas Holthuis [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2019-10-09 13:14:49
INCUNABEL - DEVENTER.
Deventer, Jacobus de Breda, 2 September 1497. 4to. (18,8x12,8 cm.) [iii],50 leaves. (last blank missing). With large woodcut on title-page; rubricated, rubricated initials, some old (contemporary?) marginal annotations. Modern simili-parchment boards. The Auctoritates Aristotelis provided the principal conclusions of Aristotle and his traditional commentators book by book. These were followed by similar brief conclusions from other writers. Of 27 incunable editions of this recension, with a preface pointing out its usefulness to preachers and to arts students, three editions were published in the city of Deventer (Paffraet 1489 and 1499 and this one). ISTC iao1195000; Campbell 193; Hain-Copinger 5554 (with title: Compendium); Polain 352; According to GW2826 nine copies in public libraries worldwide (one in the Netherlands: KB). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Brinkman, since 1954 / ILAB [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2019-10-02 17:34:43
(INCUNABULA). JACOBUS PHILIPPUS DE BERGAMO
Ferrara: Laurentius de Rubeis Valentia, 1497. FIRST EDITION. One of the finest illustrated books of the Italian Renaissance, this encyclopedia of women contains brief biographies and woodcut portraits of famous women from the Bible, Classical mythology, European history, and 15th century Italy. Jacobus Phillipus, also known as Giacomo Filippo Foresti da Bergamo (1434-1520), was an Augustinian monk and the author of the popular world history "Supplementum Chronicarum" (1483). Influenced by Boccaccio's 14th century work-also called "De Claris Mulieribus" and first printed in 1473--as well as by Plutarch's "Lives," Jacobus constructed these short essays on real and mythological women, accompanied by woodcut portraits. He began, of course, with the Blessed Virgin Mary, continuing with women from the Old Testament (Eve, Sarah, Esther) and New (Mary Magdalene), before veering off into Greeks and Romans both mythological (Minerva, Juno, Diana) and real (Sappho, Nero's wife Sabina). Jacobus credits women with a surprising array of accomplishments: Isis is identified as the creator of Egyptian writing symbols, Dido is recognized as the founder of Carthage, and Nichostrata is honored for the invention of numbers and computation. Saints from the early Church through the Middle Ages are well represented, as are queens, empresses, and lesser-known noblewomen. Many of these are "archetypal" images--the warrior, the maiden, the queen, the empress, the saint, etc.-while others have identifiable accoutrements, as with the snake-haired Medusa, St. Catherine with her wheel, and St. Ursula sh … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
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2019-10-01 01:12:07
JACOBUS PHILIPPUS DE BERGAMO
Laurentius de Rubeis Valentia, Ferrara, 1497. 311 x 208 mm. (12 1/4 x 8 1/8"). 4 p.l., CLXX (i.e., CLXXII [172]). A2 and A3 bound in reverse order; CXXXIII, with the often-missing entry for Pope Joan, in very fine facsimile. Single column, 45 lines and headline in gothic type. FIRST EDITION. Pleasing modern calf, blind-stamped in period style, covers with frame of blind rules and decorative rolls, raised bands, blind-ruled compartments, new endpapers. With frontispiece woodcut showing Jacobus presenting the book to Beatrice of Aragon, widow of Matthias Corvinus of Hungary, to whom it is dedicated; full-page engraving of scenes from the life of the Virgin Mary opposite opening of main text, both of these and the first page of the first chapter within elaborate woodcut frames; historiated opening initial depicting the Madonna and Child; 172 WOODCUT PORTRAITS OF ILLUSTRIOUS WOMEN printed from 56 blocks (i.e., 116 of them repeats); final leaf with woodcut printer's device (Kristeller 38). Title page with red circular ink stamp of "Lodoicus [Louis] de Foris / Genevensis." Goff J-204; BMC VI, 613; ISTC ij00204000; Lippmann, "Wood-Engraving in Italy," p. 153. Final leaf with small repairs to margins (well away from the text), occasional light marginal dampstains or finger smudges, final five quires with worming in lower right margin (sometimes two tiny round holes, sometimes longitudinal, but not near the text and not unsightly) other trivial imperfections, but by and large a fine copy, clean and fresh internally with very comfortable margins, in a new sympathetic binding. This is … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-09-25 16:23:23
GRANT, Robert.
The Cambridge history of India: British India, 1497-1858, p. 631; Tuck, The East India Company 1600-1858, pp. 45, 183. First and only edition of a history of the relation between Great Britain and their possessions in the East Indies, written by the British lawyer and politician Robert Grant (1779-1838), son of Charles Grant, chairman of the board of directors of the British East India Company. "The projected work was intended to exhibit, first, a historical sketch, derived from authentic sources, of the past proceedings of the East-India Company: in the next place, a correct view of the actual nature and effects of their present system, both political and commercial ... and lastly, an investigation of the objections adduced or adducible against the present system..." (p. II). The main text consists of four extensive chapters, followed by 15 appendices, mostly tables listing officers, troops and commercial details. The work is mostly written in defence on the East India Company's conduct, believing in "the Company's ability to improve conditions in India" (Tuck).Slightly foxed and binding slightly rubbed, otherwise in very good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-08-16 11:59:05
LYRA, Nicolaus de
Nürnberg: Koberger, Anton, 1497. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. An exceedingly rare volume from the famous 15th-century Koberger Bible. This Greek and Latin Bible includes commentary of Nicolas de Lyra, a 13th-century Doctor of Theology at Paris, and, according to Darlow and Moule, "[Lyra] may be said to mark the first beginnings of a school of natural exegesis." Lyra was the first printed biblical commentator and commentary was used by Martin Luther and influenced some of his writings. In fact, Luther is quoted as saying "Without Lyra we would understand neither the Old or the New Testament. Lyra's influence was most important to the future of Bible commentary, as he took literal meanings of the text rather than inferring mystical or allegorical teachings. Anton Koberger, most-known for his monumental work "Nuremberg Chronicle," printed this illustrated Bible set. He established the first printing press in Nuremberg in 1470 and went on to publish some of the most important printed works from the 15th-century. This volume is the third volume from the famed Koberger Bible, published in 1497.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-08-01 22:31:26
LYRA, Nicolaus de
Nürnberg: Koberger, Anton, 1497. 1497 BIBLE Anton Koberger INCUNABULA Nuremberg Illustrated + Lyra CommentaryAn exceedingly rare volume from the famous 15th-century Koberger Bible. This Greek and Latin Bible includes commentary of Nicolas de Lyra, a 13th-century Doctor of Theology at Paris, and, according to Darlow and Moule,"[Lyra] may be said to mark the first beginnings of a school of natural exegesis."Lyra was the first printed biblical commentator and commentary was used by Martin Luther and influenced some of his writings. In fact, Luther is quoted as saying"Without Lyra we would understand neither the Old or the New Testament.Lyra's influence was most important to the future of Bible commentary, as he took literal meanings of the text rather than inferring mystical or allegorical teachings. Anton Koberger, most-known for his monumental work "Nuremberg Chronicle," printed this illustrated Bible set. He established the first printing press in Nuremberg in 1470 and went on to publish some of the most important printed works from the 15th-century. This volume is the third volume from the famed Koberger Bible, published in 1497.Item number: #8020Price: $9500LYRA, Nicolaus deBiblia latina: cum postillis Nicolai de Lyra et expositionibus Guillelmi Britonis in omnes prologos S. Hieronymi et additionibus Pauli Burgensis replicisque Matthiae Doering[Nürnberg: Koberger, Anton; 1497]. Folio.Details: · Collation: Complete with all 317 pages· References: Darlow & Moule 6085; Hain 3171; Copinger 77; Goff B 619; ISTC ib00619000; GW 4294; Proctor 2115; BMC II 443· Lang … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-07-28 01:25:41
GEMINIANO, Johannes, Sancto de [1260/70-1333]
Venice: Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis de Forlivio, for Stephanus and Bernardinus de Nallis, 1497. Most of Johannes de Sancto Geminiano's literary output consists of sermons (more than 500 in number, distributed among several books), but he is perhaps best remembered for the curious Summa de exemplis ac similitudinibus rerum, a kind of encyclopedia for the Dominican order, in which Johannes memorably discusses scientific subjects, such as the nature of plants and animals, the seasons, the medical benefits of precious and semiprecious stones, the nature of the human body, and the various constellations' effects on the free will of men. First published in Deventer by Richard Pafraet in 1478/9, then reprinted in Cologne by Johann Koelhoff (the Elder) about 1485, the present is the third edition, and the first to be published in Italy. The work is also attributed to Helwig (Helwicus Teutonicus), the case for which was argued by Martin Grabmann in the 1930s, however deutsche-biographie.de remarks that this is a misattribution arising from Grabmann's confusing this with a similarly titled work. Though the manuscript tradition for the Summa is rarefied (Schoenberg reports nary a single exemplar from any period), it is one of the more common incunabula, with 125 complete and fragmentary copies reported. Ours seems to be the 126th. Quarto, 227 x 163 x 45 mm (binding), 222 x 160 x 39 mm (text block). AA12 a-z8 [et]8 [com]8 [rum]8 A14 B-X8 Y10 = [12], 392 ff. 20th-century vellum, citron lettering piece on spine. Covers lightly soiled. Interior: Title with invisible marginal rest … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: W. S. Cotter Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2019-07-27 18:57:05
D' ARGELATA, Pietro (d. 1423)
Venetiis, mandato et expensis Nobilis viri Domini Octaviani Scoti Civis Modoetiensis. Octavo kalenda, 1497. Cirurgia magistri Petri de largelata. (Colophon:) Prestantissimi artium et medicine doctoris magistri Petri de largelata chirurgie finis. D' ARGELATA, Pietro (d. 1423). Venetiis, mandato et expensis Nobilis viri Domini Octaviani Scoti Civis Modoetiensis. Octavo kalenda, 1497. Un famoso trattato medioevale di chirurgia. Octavo kalendas Martias, 1497. In- folio, pergamena recente. 132 ff. (l' ultimo bianco mancante). Tipi: 180G, 92G, 74G. Stampa a due colonne con iniziali ornate incise in legno. Esemplare eccezionalmente ben conservato di uno dei più rari e ricercati incunaboli di chirurgia. Alcune postille di un antica mano sul margine di poche pagine. "Pietro d' Argelata, professore di medicina e chirurgia nello studio di Bologna dal 1392 al 1421, tenne sicuramente assai elevato l' insegnamento e la pratica della chirurgia. La sua abilità di chirurgo è testimonianza delle operazioni che eseguì per ernie, mal della pietra, sul cranio e sulle ossa che resecò. L' opera principale da lui lasciata è la "Cirurgia" divida in sei libri e ciascun libro in numerosi trattati e questi in più numerosi capitoli. L' opera tratta del flemmone delle ulceri, delle fratture del cranio, delle ernie, delle ferite in generale, delle verruche, della scabbia, esponendo cause e sintomi con osservazioni ed ammaestramenti di sicuro valore clinico. Una edizione a stampa esiste presso la Bibloteca Comunale di Bologna (Venetiis, Bonetus, Locatellus, exp. Octaviani Scoti, 1497-1498)." (Forni, L' in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Brighenti [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2019-07-26 06:22:30
Hartmann SCHEDEL (Norimberga 1440 - ivi 1514)
1497. Veduta fantastica della città posta nella parte inferiore del foglio che contiene anche il teste descrittivo, tratto dal Liber cronicarum cum figuris et umaginibus ab initio mudi usus mit temporis rarissima edizione "tascabile" della celebre cronaca del mondo, edita ad Ausburg presso Johann Schonsperger, nel 1496. Prima edizione in tedesco dello Schonsperger. Egli abbrevia sia il testo sia il formato dello Schedel per produrre un edizione che fosse più maneggevole a commerciabile di quella di A. Koberger. Silografia, posta nella parte centrale di un doppio foglio di testo, leggero restauro alla piega centrale, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara. An imaginary view of the city, printed on the lower part of the sheet with the descriptive text, taken from Liber cronicarum cum figuris et umaginibus ab initio mudi usus mit temporis, a very rare "pocket" edition printed in Ausburg by Johann Schonsperger, in 1496. First German edition realized by Schonsperger. He cut both text and the size realized by Schedel to relize an edition that was to be more handy and saleable. Woodcut, printed in the central part of a double text sheet, minor repair on central fold, otherwise in good condition. Rare. Sconosciuta al Frutaz.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-23 17:34:10
Andrea MANTEGNA (Isola di Cartura 1431 - Mantova 1506)
Bulino, circa 1497. Magnifica prova, dell'unico stato, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata all'interno del rame, lievi interventi di restauro perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Come sempre, per le opere del Mantegna, non si può parlare di esemplare completo; come per molte opere del XV secolo gli esemplari completi dell'impronta del rame sono pratiamente introvabili. La composizione deriva dagli affreschi del Mantegna nella Camera degli Sposi; il tema delle fatiche di Ercole era uno dei più popolari dell'arte del Rinascimento, in particolare in quella del Mantegna e della sua scuola. Oltre a questo lavoro e agli affreschi, ci sono pervenuti un disegno, conservato agli Uffizi, altre due incisioni della scuola e due firmate da Giovanni Antonio da Brescia. L'opera rappresenta uno dei lavori di maggior qualità tra le incisioni della cerchia del Mantegna, molto vicino alla tecnica del Maestro. Recenti studi di Landau e Borsch assegnano la paternità dell'opera ad un pittore, il cui nome rimane ignoto, denominato Primo Incisore. Si tratterebbe dell'autore di molte delle opere della scuola di Mantegna, ad eccezione di quelle firmate da Giovanni Antonio da Brescia, al quale vengono assegnate anche alcune in precedenza attribuite a Andrea Zoan. Engraving, 1497 circa. Magnificent work, sole state, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark, trimmed inside the platemark, minor repairs perfectly executed, in general in excellent condition; like many works of the XV century, examples trimmed to platemark are rare to b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-02 07:48:33
PIC DE LA MIRANDOLE (Giovanni Francesco)
(1497) Hain/Copinger 13002. BMC VI : 843. Goff : P644. Édition princeps, rare. Impression de 36 lignes en caractères romains. Giovanni Francesco (Gianfranceso) Pico della Mirandola (1470-1533), à ne pas confondre avec son oncle Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494), dédie son ouvrage à Savonarole, qui mourra sur le bûcher en 1498. Exemplaire singulier et unique, relié par Marius Michel à la fin du XIXe siècle, et illustré par Henri Régnault, en 1860, de nombreuses compositions originales. Peintre orientaliste né en 1843 et mort à l'âge de 27 ans, tué par une balle prussienne, Régnault réalise ici une illustration d'inspiration néo gothique, probablement un travail de commande. Reprenant à son compte la tradition médiévale de l'enluminure, il crée une page de titre sur parchemin, à la gouache, placée en tête d'ouvrage, et réalise lettrines historiées (17) ou ornées (34), culs-de-lampe ou vignettes (3), et deux illustrations hors texte. Les feuillets ont été lavés avant l'enluminure ; l'exemplaire est en bel état et complet.
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Amateur [Strasbourg, France]
2019-07-01 15:59:54
Sebastian Brant; (Albrecht Dürer):
Basel Johann Bergmann 1 August Type 1 bis 4, 1497. Einspaltiges, 30-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einem 3/4-seitigen O-Holzschnitt (8,5 x 11,8 cm) von Albrecht Dürer. Blatt mit hälftigem Wasserzeichen Ochsenkopf. Blatt in unterer Ecke etwas fingerfleckig. Blattgröße: 14,6 x 20,8 cm. Woodcut leaf. - - - Der Originalholzschnitt von Albrecht Dürer zeigt den Narren, der sich überall einmischt, um Zwietracht zu stiften und in der Folge zwischen zwei Mühlsteinen zerrieben wird. - - - Nachdem der junge Dürer bei Michael Wohlgemuth in Nürnberg das Maler- und Stecherhandwerk erlernt hatte, begab sich der 19-jährige Dürer im Jahre 1490 auf die Wanderschaft. Zwischen dem Frühjahr 1492 und dem Herbst 1493 arbeitete er in Basel, und am 8. August 1492 erschien dort sein erster von ihm signierter und heute noch in Basel erhaltener Eingangsholzschnitt zu den "Epistolae beati Hieronymi". 1493 erschien der "Ritter vom Turn" und 1494 das "Narrenschiff" mit seinen Holzschnitten. Da nicht alle Holzschnitte im Narrenschiff von Dürer stammten, blieb seine Autorenschaft lange verborgen. 1951 entdeckte der Kunsthistoriker Friedrich Winkler die "Signatur" Dürers in den Holzschnitten. Dürer setzte auf jede Narrenkappe" eine Reihe von Schellen, die sich wie ein Scheitel über den Schädel zwischen den Ohren" hinzieht (Winkler: Dürer und die Illustrationen zum Narrenschiff, 12). Diese Unterscheidung ist von einigen Einschränkungen abgesehen, bis heute gültig. (vgl. Cornelia Schneider, Das Narrenschiff 2004, 140). Die Besonderheit der Holzschnitte von Dürer liegt in ihrer realistischen Fassung. Niemals zu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2019-06-16 09:59:44
Thielman Kerver for Guillaume Eustace, Paris, 1497/1498. INCUNABULA PRINTED BOOK OF HOURS UNUSUAL FOR ITS EARLY MONASTIC PROVENANCE AND ITS PANELS FROM A BINDING DATED 1557. Printed book on parchment, in Latin and French, Paris, THIELMAN KERVER for Guillaume Eustace, 14 November [1497/1498], dimensions 190 x 125 mm., 96 folios, complete, printed in black in a Gothic bâtarde in a single column, 1- to 2-line capitals and line fillers in white and liquid gold on red and blue grounds, TWENTY LARGE METALCUTS, FIFTY-ONE SMALL WOOD AND METALCUTS, with many figural borders.BINDING: Bound in 19th-century brown morocco, spine with four raised bands, front and back boards with blind tooling and inset with two embossed brown leather panels from a previous binding dated 1557.ILLUSTRATION: This Book of Hours is the among the very first examples printed by Thielman Kerver for Guillaume Eustace. The book's illustrations are after designs by the Master of the Très Petites Heures of Anne of Brittany, including borders with historiated lower margins. This example is among the first to feature a metalcut with a new and iconographically unusual image of the Trinity depicting Christ with a three-fold face and an emblem. PROVENANCE: Printed in Paris on November 14 [1497/1498] by Thielman Kerver (died c. 1524/5) for Guillaume Eustace (died 1538). It then belonged to the Augustinian Abbey Library of Saint Gertrude in Leuven. Later, the book was conserved by Léon Gruel and Engelmann in Paris. It was then owned by Richard de Lomenie, Paris. By the early 20th century it was in an unidentified collecti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures [US]
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2019-06-15 08:27:48
Thielman Kerver for Guillaume Eustace, Paris, 1497/1498. INCUNABULA PRINTED BOOK OF HOURS UNUSUAL FOR ITS EARLY MONASTIC PROVENANCE AND ITS PANELS FROM A BINDING DATED 1557. Printed book on parchment, in Latin and French, Paris, THIELMAN KERVER for Guillaume Eustace, 14 November [1497/1498], dimensions 190 x 125 mm., 96 folios, complete, printed in black in a Gothic bâtarde in a single column, 1- to 2-line capitals and line fillers in white and liquid gold on red and blue grounds, TWENTY LARGE METALCUTS, FIFTY-ONE SMALL WOOD AND METALCUTS, with many figural borders.BINDING: Bound in 19th-century brown morocco, spine with four raised bands, front and back boards with blind tooling and inset with two embossed brown leather panels from a previous binding dated 1557.ILLUSTRATION: This Book of Hours is the among the very first examples printed by Thielman Kerver for Guillaume Eustace. The book's illustrations are after designs by the Master of the Très Petites Heures of Anne of Brittany, including borders with historiated lower margins. This example is among the first to feature a metalcut with a new and iconographically unusual image of the Trinity depicting Christ with a three-fold face and an emblem. PROVENANCE: Printed in Paris on November 14 [1497/1498] by Thielman Kerver (died c. 1524/5) for Guillaume Eustace (died 1538). It then belonged to the Augustinian Abbey Library of Saint Gertrude in Leuven. Later, the book was conserved by Léon Gruel and Engelmann in Paris. It was then owned by Richard de Lomenie, Paris. By the early 20th century it was in an unidentified collecti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures [U.S.A.]
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