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2019-08-04 16:20:36
BUONACCORSI Biagio.
1498. In Fiorenza, appresso i Giunti, 1568, in-4 leg. novecentesca che riutilizza una pergamena antica, pp. [4], 184, [8], [52]. Con marca dei Giunti in xilografia sul front. e al recto di c. AA4. La vita di Lorenzo che usualmente si trova legata prima del Diario in questo esemplare è legata in fine. Prima edizione. Moreni, I, 184. Brunet I 1393. Gamba n. 1274. Graesse I, p. 573. Un alone all'angolo inferiore interno delle ultime 20 carte, per il resto ottime condizioni.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2019-07-30 02:33:12
TULLIUS.[Marco Tulio Cicerón / Marcus Tullius Cicero. 106 a. C - 43 a. C.]
opera Magistri Georgii Vv(W)olff Thielma(n)ni(que) Keru(v)er. A, 1498. [En el colofón, Fol. 198 -verso-] Impressum Parrhisiis: opera Magistri Georgii Vv(W)olff Thielma(n)ni(que) Keru(v)er. Anno dñi(Domini Nostri?) Milef(s)imo quadringe(n)tef(s)imo nonagef(s)imo octau(v)o. [1498]. XVIII Kale(n)das decembres [se vendía en las librerías de Jean Petit y Durand Gerlier en Paris, y de Jean Alexandre y Charles Debougne en Angers].- CLXXXXVIII [198] fols. + [6 h.] de vocabulario: Dos preciosos grabados xilográficos abriendo y cerrando la obra, uno con la marca del librero Jean Petit, al principio -recto-, y el otro con la del impresor Thielman Kerver al final -recto-; 4º mayor (29 x 21,4 cm.); Esmerada impresión en letra romana sobre excelente papel verjurado, doble caja de impresión con apostillas marginales impresas, conservando los márgenes muy bien; Sign.: a-z8, A-B6, aa6; Enc. moderna (siglo XX) en pleno pergamino a la romana (tapa dura).- ERRATAS DE IMPRESION ADVERTIDAS: fol. XXXIII (i.e. XXXII) y fol. XXXV (i.e. XXXIII). Ejemplar lavado magistralmente. La portada y última hoja, que estaban sueltas, han sido restauradas de algunas faltas marginales y encoladas, quedando muy bien. El folio XXV restaurado de una pequeña falta en el margen interno que toca a tres letras de las apostillas marginales. Pequeñas restauraciones en fols. 25, 31, 33 [i.e. 32], 35 [i.e. 33], 34, 38, 89, 107-120 y 170, que no tocan texto o lo hacen de forma muy leve. Minúscula perforación de polilla -practicamente inapreciable- a partir del fol. 118. Algunas partes del texto en los fol. 147, 152-159, 172 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2019-07-16 00:59:08
BRANT, Sebastian
Argentinæ [Strassburg]: J. Grüninger, 1498. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Two incunabula fragments published by Gruninger, bound as one Known primarily for his book 'Ship of Fools,' Sebastian Brant wrote many legal works of civil and canonic law. Brant, a German satirical humanist, was a 15th-century legal mastermind who influenced both legal and humanist circles by his poetry. Even though 'Ship of Fools' brought Brant his popularity, he used that fame to produce more refined works such as 'Varia Carmina' or 'various songs and poems'. This 1497/1498 incunabula printing of the works of Brant includes notes by Johann Bergmann on 'Fool's Ship', translated and edited by Jakob Locher. Brant and Locher studied together in Basel and heavily influenced each other's writings. This example includes a fragment of Locher's own work 'Panegyricus' and features impressive woodcut engravings which have been attributed to Albrecht Durer. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-07-01 16:51:41
BRANT, Sebastian
J. Gruninger. 1498 1ed Sebastian Brant Carmina Locher Panegyrics INCUNABLE Gruninger DURER Two incunabula fragments published by Gruninger, bound as one Known primarily for his book Ship of Fools, Sebastian Brant wrote many legal works of civil and canonic law. Brant, a German satirical humanist, was a 15th-century legal mastermind who influenced both legal and humanist circles by his poetry. Even though Ship of Fools brought Brant his popularity, he used that fame to produce more refined works such as Varia Carmina or various songs and poems . This 1497/1498 incunabula printing of the works of Brant includes notes by Johann Bergmann on Fool s Ship , translated and edited by Jakob Locher. Brant and Locher studied together in Basel and heavily influenced each other s writings. This example includes a fragment of Locher s own work Panegyricus and features impressive woodcut engravings which have been attributed to Albrecht Durer. Item number: #7774 Price: $3500 BRANT, Sebastian Varia Carmina Argentinæ [Strassburg]: J. Gruninger, 1 Aug.,1498. ***Bound With*** LOCHER, Jakob [pseud. Philomsus] Libri philomusi. Panegyrici ad Rege Tragedia [in five acts and in prose and verse] de Thurcis et Suldano Dyalog de heresiarcho. Argentinæ [Strassburg]: J. Gruninger, 1497. Details: Collation: Brant: 66 sheets (of 128) Locher: 12 sheets (of 62) References: Brant: GW 5069; Goff B 1100; Hain 3732; Proctor 487; BMC I 113; Locher: Hain 10153; BMC I 112; Goff L 264; Proctor 483 Language: Latin & German Binding: Vellum; tight & secure Size: ~8in X 5.75in (20cm x 14.5cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-06-26 09:55:29
FULGENTIUS, Fabius Planciades
Milan: Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 1498. 1498 1ed Fulgentius Mythology & Sermonum + Pio Commentary Incunable Rome MilanFabius Planciades Fulgentius was a 5th-century Latin author whose attributed works include stories of classical mythology, moral philosophy, Roman literature, and even compendiums of world history. In 1498, the works of Fulgentius were published in Milan along with commentary of Joannes Baptista Pio. Printed under the title 'Enarrationes Allegoricae Fabularum', this work includes two of Fulgentius's known works - 'Mythologiarum' and 'Sermonum Antiquroum Expositio'.'Mythologiarum' is a series of mythological legends of gods through the use of allegory. While 'Expositio Sermonum' is an explanation of obsolete Latin words and phrases used in ancient Roman literature. Joannes Pio was a Bolognese humanist who focused on Latin linguistics. He was drawn to unusual words and Fulgentius and, according to Hartmann,"his commented edition of 'Mythologies' thus shows how reading or editing Fulgentius in the Renaissance did not have to be a naïve continuation of earlier intellectual traditions. It could be a cutting-edge enterprise."This 1498 printing of Fulgentius is extremely rare and a highly valuable incunabula printing of Latin linguistics. Item number: #7740Price: $5999FULGENTIUS, Fabius PlanciadesEnarrationes allegoricae fabularum Fulgentii Planciadis.Milan: Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 23 apr. 1498. First edition.Details: · Collation: complete with all pageso Colophon: Impressum Mediolani magistrũ Vldericũ scinzenzeler anno Dñi. Mcccclxxxxviii. die xxiii. / men … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2019-06-25 21:15:53
FULGENTIUS, Fabius Planciades
Uldericus Scinzenzeler. 1498 1ed Fulgentius Mythology & Sermonum + Pio Commentary Incunable Rome Milan Fabius Planciades Fulgentius was a 5th-century Latin author whose attributed works include stories of classical mythology, moral philosophy, Roman literature, and even compendiums of world history. In 1498, the works of Fulgentius were published in Milan along with commentary of Joannes Baptista Pio. Printed under the title Enarrationes Allegoricae Fabularum , this work includes two of Fulgentius s known works Mythologiarum and Sermonum Antiquroum Expositio . Mythologiarum is a series of mythological legends of gods through the use of allegory. While Expositio Sermonum is an explanation of obsolete Latin words and phrases used in ancient Roman literature. Joannes Pio was a Bolognese humanist who focused on Latin linguistics. He was drawn to unusual words and Fulgentius and, according to Hartmann, his commented edition of Mythologies thus shows how reading or editing Fulgentius in the Renaissance did not have to be a naïve continuation of earlier intellectual traditions. It could be a cutting-edge enterprise. This 1498 printing of Fulgentius is extremely rare and a highly valuable incunabula printing of Latin linguistics. Item number: #7740 Price: $5999 FULGENTIUS, Fabius Planciades Enarrationes allegoricae fabularum Fulgentii Planciadis. Milan: Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 23 apr. 1498. First edition. Details: Collation: complete with all pages Colophon: Impressum Mediolani magistru Vldericu scinzenzeler anno Dni. Mcccclxxxxviii. die xxiii. / mensis aprilis. Signatures: a-d, e, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-06-14 14:57:49
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 (ABAA & ILAB) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2019-05-23 23:33:38
Philippe Pigouchet. L’édition incunable du 16 septembre 1498, « la plus célèbre des Heures imprimées par Pigouchet » (François Avril et Nicole Reynaud. B.n.F.) est illustrée par le maître d’Anne de Bretagne. Exceptionnel exemplaire, complet, sur peau de vélin, plus grand de marges que l’exemplaire B.n.F., conservé dans sa belle reliure du XVIe siècle. Paris, Philippe Pigouchet, 16 septembre 1498. HEURES A LUSAIGE DE ROMME. Paris, Philippe Pigouchet pour Simon Vostre, 16 septembre 1498. In-4 de 96 ff., maroquin fauve, double filet doré, mention dorée dans un petit cartouche en haut des plats, médaillon doré au centre, traces de liens, dos orné, tranches dorées. Reliure du XVIe siècle. 210 x 141 mm. L’édition la plus célèbre des Heures imprimées par Pigouchet pour Simon Vostre, est datée du 16 septembre 1498. C’est l’une des plus richement illustrées. [.] L’édition de 1498 est entièrement illustrée et décorée d’après des dessins du peintre (sauf pour la marque typographique de Pigouchet et pour une Messe de Saint Grégoire) (cf. François Avril et Nicole Reynaud, Les Manuscrits à peintures en France, 1450-1520, n° 147). GW, 13253 ; Brunet, Heures, n° 44 ; Lacombe, n° 64 ; Pellechet, 5910 ; Goff, H395. Superbe édition incunable des Heures de Simon Vostre, imprimée en caractères gothiques par Philippe Pigouchet dont la marque typographique orne le titre. Elle comprend un almanach pour vingt et un ans (1488-1508) et un calendrier avec son texte latin, suivi de quatrains en latin et en français à la fin de chaque mois. L’illustration, attribuée au Maître des Très Petites Heures d’A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Amélie Sourget [paris, France]
2019-05-19 07:55:27
Jacobus de Gruytrode (Pseudo-).
[Augsburg, Johann Froschauer, nicht nach 1498]. Ad 1) Augsburger Ausgabe dieses erstmals um 1488 in Nürnberg erschienenen, dem 1482 gestorbenen Prior der Kartause Lüttich zugeschriebenen Traktats gegen die Sittenlosigkeit, besonders der Priester, mit kleinen Geschichten und einigen deutschen Sprichwörtern (so z.B. auf Bl. XIIIv „On frauen vnd on wein mag nyemant frolich gesein"). Der schöne Titelholzschnitt zeigt den segnenden Christus mit Weltkugel vor hängendem Teppich stehend. Num. Bl. Ir mit hübscher Maiblumen-Initiale „L". - Durchgehend rubriziert. Ad 2) Seltene Ausgabe dieser zuerst um 1492 in Passau erschienenen kurzen Abhandlung über die Geheimnisse der Priester. Der Verfasser, auch Henricus de Hassia genannt, starb 1397 als Rektor der Universität Wien. - Der fehlende Titel (in Kopie beiliegend) durch ein weißes Blatt ersetzt. - Einband berieben, etw. bestoßen u. mit kl. Wurmspuren. Schließbänder fehlen. Innendeckel m. Spur eines entfernten Exlibris u. mit Wurmspuren. Vorderes Vorsatzblatt fast gelöst u. mit Wurmspur. Titel m. Besitzvermerk von 1599. Leicht gebräunt bzw. fleckig. - Ad 1) GW 13876; Hain 9955; BMC II, 396; Proctor 1845; Goff L 103 u. Suppl.; BSB-Ink L 74; Schreiber 4479; Hubay, Augsburg 1140. - Ad 2) GW 12248; Hain 8383; BMC II, 396; Proctor 1824; Goff H 33 u. Suppl.; BSB-Ink H 72; Pellechet 5722; Polain 1859 u. Suppl.; Hubay, Augsburg 1013. la Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 4°. Mit einem Titelholzschnitt u. einer großen Holzschn.-Initiale. 1 nn., 105 röm. num., 2 nn. Bll. - Angeb. - Henricus de Langenstein. Secreta sacerdotum. Mit Messgebeten. Bearbeitet und … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2019-05-15 09:23:09
ARISTOTELES.
Venezia, Aldo Manuzio, 1498. in-folio (305 x 215mm), ff. 93, (1 bianco), (12), 95-209 (ff. 209 su 330, dei quali 2 bianchi, del volume V dell'Organon), importante legatura del tempo uso monastico con i piatti in assicelle ricoperti di pelle decorati a secco con rombi, foglie, fiori e nastri (con abili restauri alle cerniere ed alle cuffie). Editio princeps dell' Etica Nicomachea, della Politica e della Economica di Aristotele, curata da Aldo medesimo e da Th. Linacre; parte del vol. V delle Opere in 5 volumi editi tra il 1495 e il 1498 con i bellissimi caratteri appositamente intagliati da Francesco Griffo. L'Aristotele di Aldo è considerato uno dei più celebri monumenti del sapere umano e dell'arte tipografica di tutti i tempi. Splendido esemplare, marginoso e su carta croccante, con gran parte delle belle testate e delle iniziali interamente acquerellate all'interno degli spazi bianchi con acquerello mattone e azzurro; 3 di queste iniziali sono rialzate in oro; gran numero di chiose, sottolineature, rimandi e titoli dei capitoli in inchiostro rosso; alla fine dell' Etica disegno di una spada con il nome "Ralentinois", e la data "9 Junii 1501"; alla fine del IV libro della Politica un delizioso cul-de-lampe a penna con vaso e fiori e iscrizione "SUR:GAL:OB:". Ben due libri dell'Etica sono dedicati al tema dell'amicizia. . HC *1657; GW 2334; BMC V 556; Goff A-959; Renouard 16/1; UCLA 24; Texas 20; Marciana 23..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-05-03 06:45:34
POPE GREGORY I THE GREAT 540-604
1498. Shipment will always and only traceable. We make a single shipment for more items purchased. Shipping worldwide. The pictures below are an important part of the description. Therefore the pictures must be viewed carefully. We accept payment with -B-a-n-k-T-r-a-n-s-f-e-r- At the discretion of europe buyers or holding a paypal account in Euro: if buyers have an Euro account, we prefer to receive payment through paypal in Euro. Due to of the continuous change of Dollar and Euro, for the payment we will see and we will take valid the final price (in Euro) when the auction will be terminated. Per gli acquirenti italiani: se il pagamento sarà effettuato tramite bonifico bancario la spedizione sarà gratuita. Please make bid only if you are truly interested to buy. Thanks and good auction! TITLE: Moralia S. Gregorii Papae in libros beati Job una cum duabus tabulis quarum una: seriatim omnia Puncta biblie altera ipsius S. Gregorii mellifluos gententiarum flores continet. Brixie : Impressa Per Angelum Britannicum de Pallazoto, 1498 Complete. 425 leaves in Latin. Lacking final blank. 4to (15 x 19,5 cm). Contemporary binding in full soft vellum. Worn, with lacks on vellum. Internally in good conditions. Some marginal soiling or staining. Small marginal tear on one leaf. Provenance: Old ownership entries on title and 1st f. (deleted). 9th ed. (1st 1471) of the extensive commentary on Job by Pope Gregory I or Gregory the Great (540-604). Printed in gothic type, double columns, 51 lines to a column. Capital spaces with guide-letters. Rubricated in red. Ref. ISTC ig00434000. - GW 114 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: the.lord.of.the.books [Abbiate Guazzone, IT]
2019-04-27 20:23:36
Sallust; Lorenzo Valla, Leonardo Bruni; Guarino Veronese; Publius Papinus Statius
Quarto volume containing three works (Venice, 1511; Brescia, 1498; Venice, 1498) bound together without title pages. Includes:1) Caius Sallustius Crispus. Opera, cum commentariis Laurentii Vallae, Omniboni Leoniceni et Johannis Chrysostomi Soldi, a Pomponio Laeto emendata et per Johannem Britannicum revisa. Venezia: Joannes Tacuinus de Tridino, 1511. 139 ff. Repair with small loss of text to leaf 106, otherwise complete. According to a Sotheby's catalogue note, this is the first edition of Sallust to include illustrations relating to the text. 2) Extract from: Bruni, Leonardo; Guarinus Veronensis. Polybius historicus de primo bello punico et Plutarchi Paralelia. Impressum Brixiae: per Iacobum Britannicum, 1498. The selection here is only the Paralelia. 6 ff, with title at head of first leaf: Guarini Veronensis Paralelia ex Plutarcho in latinu[m] co[n]versa Foeliciter Incipiut. Colophon on final page. 3) Publius Papinius Statius. Statii Syluae cum Domitii Commentariis. Et auancii sui Emendationibus Statii Thebais cum Lactantii Commentariis. Statii Achilleis cum Matura[n]tii Com[m]entariis. Domitii Alie annotationes. Venetiis: Petru[m] de Quarengis Bergomensem, 1498. 203 ff. Repairs with small losses of text to leaves CLXXIII and CLXXIV, otherwise complete. In a later binding of three-quarter leather and paper-covered boards, spine gilt, with four raised bands. Worming to spine leather, abrasion to boards and scuffing to leather, binding starting to crack at center, but essentially sound. Early manuscript annotations in Latin in the same hand throughout, as well as one leaf w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Walkabout Books, ABAA [Laguna Hills, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-04-13 09:11:19
Pacioli Luca
Aboca Edizioni, 1498. [Facsimile - Pacioli] Il manoscritto De divina proportione di Luca Pacioli è uno straordinario compendio di matematica, architettura, teologia e filosofia del Rinascimento. Redatto nel 1498, in lingua volgare per favorirne la comprensione e la diffusione, si compone di quattro parti: nella prima, dopo aver celebrato l'importanza della matematica, l'Autore tratta anche di teologia, di filosofia e di musica; introduce la proporzione divina spiegando che è divina perchè per noi incomprensibile, magica, sovrumana: "Commo Idio propriamente non se po diffinire ne per parolle a noi intendere, così questa nostra proportione non se po mai per numero intendibile asegnare, né per quantità alcuna rationale exprimere, ma sempre fia occulta e secreta e da lì mathematici chiamata irrationale". Nella seconda parte espone il libro XIII degli elementi di Euclide e la genesi dei 5 corpi geometrici regolari. Nella terza descrive i corpi dei poliedri regulari e dependenti, con considerazioni filosofiche tratte dal Timeo di Platone. Nella quarta, i corpi oblonghi (piramidi, coni e parallelepipedi) con le regole pratiche per il calcolo della superficie e del volume. L'opera ha suscitato e susciterà profondo interesse non solo negli ambienti matematici, ma anche nell'ambiente dell'arte pittorica e dell'architettura. Selezione di tavole disegnate da Leonardo da Vinci "a tutti gli ingegni interessati alla filosofia, alla pittura, scultura, architettura, musica e alle altre discipline matematiche" Luca Pacioli. Del manoscritto De divina proportione di Luca Pacioli esistono due s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: F&C Edizioni - editoria di Libri Antichi Arezzo [IT]
2019-03-28 15:34:05
HORATIUS FLACCUS, Quintus
Johann (Reinhard) Grüninger, 1498. Opera. Commentary by Nicolaus Perottus (1429-1480). Edited by Jacobus Locher (1471-1528). Strassburg: Johann (Reinhard) Grüninger, 12 March 1498. Median 2° (300 x 212mm) or (11.8 x 8.3 inches). Collation: s6 A-Z6 AA-II6 KK-LL8 s6 (r title with woodcut, v blank, r editor's preliminary verses and letter to Margrave Karl von Baden, life of Horace, table of meters, A1r text, V6v blank, LL7v woodcut printer's device, colophon, LL8 blank, r table). 219 leaves (of 220, without blank LL8). 74 lines of commentary surrounding text and headline, prefatory quire in double column, table in 3 columns. Types: 22:89R (text), 23:64bR (commentary), 19:280G (title), 17:145G (headlines, headings), 4:48G (interlinear gloss). 168 woodcut illustrations from 101 blocks by the Terence Master, most printed from composite blocks, many repeated, woodcut printer's device (Davies 168). 2- and 3-line initial spaces, printed guide-letters. (Title laid down and repaired at inner margin, further repairs to inner margin of preliminaries and final leaf, occasional small repairs elsewhere, persistent wormhole at inner margin and scattered wormholes to last three quires, KK3 torn at margin, waterstaining throughout, mainly affecting top third of page.) Early 19th-century panelled calf, covers with contrasting border of blind-tooled drawer-handles within gilt rules, spine gilt, red edges (corners a little bumped, spine label chipped). FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION. Brunet considered this an editio princeps because it was edited from a German manuscript, whereas previous editions pu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanderus Antiquariaat [Gent, Belgium]
2019-03-27 21:23:53
Unknown
Strassburg: Georg Husner, 1498. See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome (isaiah1000) [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2019-03-19 09:22:13
Unknown
Strassburg: Georg Husner, 1498. See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome (isaiah1000) [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2019-03-11 18:11:44
Sidonius, Caius Sollius Apollinaris et Alia
Published by Uldericus Scinzenzeler for Hieronymus de Asula & Johannes de Abbatibus, 1498. TWO INCUNABLES BOUND TOGETHER. In Latin. Hardcover. A) SECOND (FIRST DATED) EDITION OF SIDONIUS, FROM THE GERMAN PRINTER ULRICH SCINZENELER'S MILAN PRESS. Chancery folio (283 x 194mm.), 144 leaves, 57 lines commentary surrounding text, Roman and Greek letter, woodcut initials. 19th century printed paper backing, Bookplates at front pastedown; near perfect conditions save for pen markings; no repairs. This is the first edition with a commentary by Joannes Baptista Pius and the second printed edition, preceded by the exceedingly scarce 1474 edition. Hain Copinger 1287; Goff S 494. Sidonius Apollinaris, born into an aristocratic Lyonnais family in the early Fifth Century, received an excellent classical education, and married the daughter of the future Roman Emperor Avitus. He was in turn a statesman, a poet, a bishop, and above all a master of the epistolary form. This work includes his letters and poems, which, along with Giambattista Pio's extensive scholia, provide insightful commentary on the difficult later years of the Roman Empire and life in the provinces. Born in Roman high society he ended up as a barbarian citizen in Clermond Ferrand, today's France, after the fall of the empire. His writings have earned Sidonius Apollinaris the title of "The last representative of classical Roman culture." Of the first edition of 1474, Goff locates a copy at the Chapin Library in Massachusetts, and another at the Huntington in California; this first edition had no notes or commentary. The se … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lascar Publishing Ltd. [Hong Kong, Hong Kong]
2019-03-04 15:22:56
Unknown
Strassburg: Georg Husner, 1498. See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2019-02-26 23:18:12
Unknown
Strassburg: Georg Husner, 1498. See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2019-02-18 22:08:45
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2019-02-16 00:22:53
SOLINUS, Caius Julius.:
Venetiis, anno Domini. M. CCCC. LXXXXVIII. die. X. Marci. (1498).. INCUNABULA 1498. Ex library copy, 1 ink stamp only to title page and small label to spine, TEXT IN LATIN. 8vo, approximately 1195 x 140 mm, 7½ x 5½ inches, 46 unnumbered leaves, 92 pages, signatures: a-e8, f6. Capital spaces with guide letters. Fol. [1a]: Caiiulii. Solini rerum memorabilium colectaneae. Fol. [1b]: De origine & temporibus urbis Romae & mensibus & diebus in tercalaribus. Capitulum I. Bound in modern full speckled calf, gilt title to spine, new endpapers. Ink library stamp to title page, bookplate to first pastedown (Walter Goldwater. Mr. Goldwater American Bookseller was a founding member of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America and had a collection of early printed books, mostly from the 15th century(?), apart from a little pale foxing, mostly to margins otherwise a very clean copy. After the first page the book opens with a short description of the ancient world, then with short chapters on many countries, Britain, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Arabia, Egypt, Ethiopia, plus natural history, curiosities and precious stones, the greater part is taken from Pliny"s Natural History and the geography of Pomponius Mela. There is a meagre addition about the British Isles which gives us Tanatus (Thanet): the stone jet, found abundantly in Britain, and remarks on the absence of snakes in Ireland. He introduced the name 'Mare Mediteraneum; see: The Oxford Classical Dictionary, page 847; Sergio Rossetti, Rome A Bibliography from the Invention of Printing, Volume 3, page 342, No. 94 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton [United Kingdom]
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2019-02-15 18:32:37
SOLINUS, Caius Julius.
Venetiis anno Domini. M. CCCC. LXXXXVIII. die. X. Marci. INCUNABULA 1498. Ex library copy, 1 ink stamp only to title page and small label to spine, TEXT IN LATIN. 8vo, approximately 1195 x 140 mm, 7½ x 5½ inches, 46 unnumbered leaves, 92 pages, signatures: a-e8, f6. Capital spaces with guide letters. Fol. [1a]: Caiiulii. Solini rerum memorabilium colectaneae. Fol. [1b]: De origine & temporibus urbis Romae & mensibus & diebus in tercalaribus. Capitulum I. Bound in modern full speckled calf, gilt title to spine, new endpapers. Ink library stamp to title page, bookplate to first pastedown (Walter Goldwater. Mr. Goldwater American Bookseller was a founding member of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America and had a collection of early printed books, mostly from the 15th century(?), apart from a little pale foxing, mostly to margins otherwise a very clean copy. After the first page the book opens with a short description of the ancient world, then with short chapters on many countries, Britain, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Arabia, Egypt, Ethiopia, plus natural history, curiosities and precious stones, the greater part is taken from Pliny"s Natural History and the geography of Pomponius Mela. There is a meagre addition about the British Isles which gives us Tanatus (Thanet): the stone jet, found abundantly in Britain, and remarks on the absence of snakes in Ireland. He introduced the name 'Mare Mediteraneum; see: The Oxford Classical Dictionary, page 847; Sergio Rossetti, Rome A Bibliography from the Invention of Printing, Volume 3, page 342, No. 9400; British Museum … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-02-12 07:39:33
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2019-02-04 18:55:48
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2019-02-02 00:18:44
VOSTRE, SIMON
1 volume petit in-8° relié plein maroquin bordeaux, dos à nerfs, titre Heures en bleu foncé, tranches dorées, gardes de soie verte, contreplat de maroquin mosaïqué aux feuilles de lierre et filets dorés (Reliure signée A Jeener), monogramme mosaïqué sur le plat supérieur. Superbe édition en caracatères gothiques en rouge et noir décorée à toutes les pages de bois gravés par E. Mouchon. Édition pastiche des Heures du 22 août 1498 de Simon Vostre. Très bel état.
Bookseller: Comptoir du Livre Ancien et Moderne - Librairie MESNARD [France, Ruelle-sur-Touvre]
2019-01-31 22:26:11
Solino, Cayo Julio (s. iii dC).
Jacobo Británico,, Brescia, 1498. 44 hojas. Signaturas A6, B4, a8, b-d6, e8. Letra redonda del tamaño 102. Manchas de agua en las últimas hojas. Encuadernado en piel moderna al estilo de la Francia del siglo XVIII. Hain-Copinger 14884. Goff S-623. BMC vii, 982. IGI 9092. IBE 5309, sólo 1 ejemplar, el de la Real Academia de Ciencias Morales y Políticas de Madrid. La multihistoria de Solino titulada "Colección de hechos memorables" o Collectanea rerum memorabilium, también conocida como De mirabilibus mundi y finalmente como Polyhistor o "El Erudito" es una enciclopedia geográfica e histórica antigua que tuvo un éxito arrollador. Extracto de la gran enciclopedia de Plinio el Viejo; en esta obra, Solino ordenó los materiales de Plinio con un criterio geográfico.El texto describe el mundo conocido en aquella época, comenzando por Italia y el origen de Roma y recorriendo después Europa y el norte de África, llegando hasta Asia central y la India. No se trata únicamente de un compendio histórico o geográfico sino que recoge de forma sistemática fenómenos curiosos, noticias sobre pueblos lejanos y descripciones de prodigios y alcanzó gran popularidad, quizás por esa fascinación que siempre ha sentido la sociedad por las cosas extraordinarias. Se conocen alrededor de trescientos manuscritos desde los primeros conservados que se remontan al siglo VIII. La Edad Media disfrutó de la lectura de esta obra, por sus infinitas alusiones a animales reales e imaginarios; en el siglo XVI, aún gozaría de fama, como se desprende de la traducción que Cristóbal de las Casas dio a la luz en Sevill … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Els Llibres del Tirant [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-01-31 16:46:02
Milano - STATUTA CIVITATIS MED.
''Impressum Mediolani Mcccclxxxxviii'' (1498,Tomo I) - '' Impressum Mediolani apud Alexandrum Minutianum Mcccccii'' (1502, Tomo II). (Milano, Ambrosius de Caponago per Alessandro Minuziano, 1498 (parte I) e 1502 (parte II). 2 volumi in-folio, ff. (16, primo, e l'ultimo bianchi), 144, (2, di errata); ff. (18), 157, (1, bianco); 2 ff. inseriti dopo il f.n. 6, che contengono 2 lettere di Luigi XII. Legatura in mezza perg. secentesca per il primo vol., in piena pelle 800esca decorata a secco per il secondo. Seconda edizione degli Statuti di Milano, e prima degli Statuti riformati da Lodovico il Moro. Impressi con lo stesso elegante carattere (R.109) seppur a 4 anni di distanza: anche il primo volume, seppur senza indicazioni tipografiche, fu impresso da Ambrosius de Caponago per il Minuziano, letterato ed editore, il quale si servì di vari stampatori milanesi. Lodovico il Moro intraprese l'ultima riforma generale degli Statuti Civili, già riformati da Gian Galeazzo Visconti nel 1396. Gli aggiornamenti furono promulgati il 20 Ottobre 1498, ma l'occupazione francese, nonché la morte del Moro, interruppero il lavoro di revisione, che fu ultimato dal re di Francia Luigi XII d'Orléans; i senatori ed i giureconsulti incaricati terminarono l'opera il 23 aprile 1502. Opera di straordinaria importanza storica, giuridica e politica per la città di Milano e di insigne rarità a reperirsi completa delle due parti. Bell'esempl., fresco e con grandi margini; seppur in legatura non uniforme. Di notevole importanza, in quanto il primo vol. appartenne al giureconsulto Gregorio Panigarola, vicari … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-01-22 22:31:35
GRUYTRODE, JACOBUS DE
[Augsburg: Johann Froschauer, not after 1498]. This "Bath of the Conscience" is filled with morally instructive stories intended to keep priests faithful to their vows and safe from worldly temptations, lest they suffer the "harshest punishments" of hell. Born in Gruitrode ca. 1400-10, Jacobus van Eertwach was a Carthusian monk who served as an abbot from 1440 until his death in 1475, during which time he produced numerous works of spiritual guidance for both clergy and laypersons. "Lavacrum" was first printed by Anton Sorg in 1489, and the present copy was issued by his fellow Augsburg printer, Johann Froschauer, best known for producing the first woodcut illustration of the natives of the New World in his 1505 edition of Vespucci's "Mundus Novus." This is a well-preserved 15th century imprint from an esteemed press, and offered at what is intended to be an attractive price.. 204 x 140 mm. (8 x 5 1/2"). 3 p.l., CV [105] leaves (two index leaves bound after title page, rather than at the end). Single column, 31 lines plus headline in gothic type. Once lovely and still appealing late 18th or early 19th century green morocco, gilt (a remboîtage), covers with delicate dentelle frame of vines, flowers, and palmettes, raised bands, spine compartments with central floral sprig, curling cornerpieces, gilt titling, turn-ins gilt-rolled, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Title page with woodcut of Christ holding an orb, opening of text with 11-line woodcut maiblumen initial "L." Title page with contemporary three-line ink inscription in Latin; occasional early marginalia. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [US]
2019-01-21 22:05:51
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2019-01-15 08:16:00
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2019-01-08 13:31:33
Pacioli Luca
Sansepolcro: Aboca Edizioni(). [Facsimile-Pacioli] Il manoscritto De divina proportione di Luca Pacioli è uno straordinario compendio di matematica, architettura, teologia e filosofia del Rinascimento. Redatto nel 1498, in lingua volgare per favorirne la comprensione e la diffusione, si compone di quattro parti: nella prima, dopo aver celebrato l'importanza della matematica, l'Autore tratta anche di teologia, di filosofia e di musica; introduce la proporzione divina spiegando che è divina perchè per noi incomprensibile, magica, sovrumana: "Commo Idio propriamente non se po diffinire ne per parolle a noi intendere, così questa nostra proportione non se po mai per numero intendibile asegnare, né per quantità alcuna rationale exprimere, ma sempre fia occulta e secreta e da lì mathematici chiamata irrationale". Nella seconda parte espone il libro XIII degli elementi di Euclide e la genesi dei 5 corpi geometrici regolari. Nella terza descrive i corpi dei poliedri regulari e dependenti, con considerazioni filosofiche tratte dal Timeo di Platone. Nella quarta, i corpi oblonghi (piramidi, coni e parallelepipedi) con le regole pratiche per il calcolo della superficie e del volume. L'opera ha suscitato e susciterà profondo interesse non solo negli ambienti matematici, ma anche nell'ambiente dell'arte pittorica e dell'architettura. Selezione di tavole disegnate da Leonardo da Vinci "a tutti gli ingegni interessati alla filosofia, alla pittura, scultura, architettura, musica e alle altre discipline matematiche" Luca Pacioli. Del manoscritto De divina proportione di Luca Pacioli esiston … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2019-01-08 08:00:26
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2019-01-03 23:07:10
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2018-12-25 07:55:58
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2018-12-22 07:29:03
DANIELLO, Bernardino (ca. 1500-1565)
Giovanni Antonio Nicolini da Sabbio. In pergamena floscia color viola (legato con:) Partenio, Bernardino (ca. 1498-1589). Della imitatione poetica. Venezia, Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1560. Due opere in un volume in 4to (mm. 200x137). I: pp. 136, [4]. Segnatura: A-Q4 R6. Titolo stampato al verso della prima carta. Colophon e privilegio alla c. R5r, errata alla c. R5V. Carta R6 bianca. Carattere corsivo. Bei capilettera ornati. II: pp. [16], 248, [4]. Segnatura: *8 A-P8 Q6. Marca tipografia al titolo, altra marca alla c. Q6r. Errata alla c. Q5r-v. Bei capilettera istoriati. Carattere corsivo. Pergamena floscia coeva con unghie, piatti colorati in viola, titolo manoscritto al dorso, tagli goffrati e dorati (tracce di legacci in seta verde). Sul primo risguardo libero firma di appartenenza di un certo Galeotto Bernardini datata 1578 e la segnatura "H.2". Seconda opera a tratti un po' brunita e fiorita, ma nel complesso bellissima copia estremamente fresca e genuina. I) PRIMA EDIZIONE elegantemente impressa e dedicata al vescovo di Brescia, Andrea Cornelio, al cui servizio l'autore fu per un certo periodo durante un soggiorno romano. Si tratta del primo lavoro letterario del Daniello, nonché di uno dei primissimi trattati volgari di poetica, preceduto solo da quello del Trissino del 1529. "In La poetica of Bernardino Daniello (1536), one senses an enrichment of the tradition represented by its two predecessors [Trissino and Vida (De arte poetica, 1527)], if no essential change. Horace still furnishes the basic text, and most of the Ars poetica reappears in Daniello's work, tr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2018-12-17 22:45:18
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2018-12-12 20:13:25
DIONYSIUS, Halicarnaseus
DIONYSIUS, Halicarnaseus. Originum sive Antiquitatum romanorum liber primus (-undecimus). (Colophon:) Impressum Regii per me Franciscum de Mazalis anno Domini 1498 die xii novembris. In-folio, m. pergamena ottocentesca. Il primo f. bianco, 226 ff. n. (i) ii-ccxxvi. Carattere romano, tipo 1 (Woolley 329), grandi iniziali miniate in rosso. Insegna tipografica stampata in fine. Bellissimo esemplare di questa rara seconda edizione (la prima apparve a Treviso nel 1480). Raro incunabolo stampato a Reggio Emilia. H.-C., (Add.), 6240. Pellechet, 4301. Polain,1313. I.G.I., 3485. Proctor, 7256. B.M.C., VII, 1089. G.W. 8424.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari [IT]
2018-12-12 06:30:41
Inkunabel
Basel, Johann Froben und Johann Petri, . 279 (von 280, l.B.w., ohne Bl. R8) Bll. Blindgebprägter Schweinsleder auf Holzdeckeln mit 2 Schließen (etwas fleckig, 1498. . 279 (von 280, l.B.w., ohne Bl. R8) Bll. Blindgebprägter Schweinsleder auf Holzdeckeln mit 2 Schließen (etwas fleckig u. berieben, Hinterdeckel wasserrandig) Prachtvolle Inkunabelausgabe des letzten Teils der aufwändigen sechsbändigen Bibelausgabe von Johann Froben und Johann Petri in Basel mit den Glossen des Walafridus Strabo (808-849) und den Postillen des Nicolaus von Lyra, durchgehend geschmückt mit farbigen Initialen in Rot und Blau. - Hain-C. 3172 - GW. 4284 - BMC III, 791 - Goff B-609 - Schreiber 3472. - Hauptwerk des Spätscholastikers Nicolaus von Lyra (ca. 1270-1349). Sein Bibelkommentar ist neben der Glossa ordinaria der verbreiteste und einflußreichste, zugleich der erste gedruckte. - Etwas gebräunt, erste Bll. etwas knitterfaltig, Bl. A1 teils vom Falz gelöst, ohne Bl. R8. Ha-A7 Bestellungen erfolgen ohne Gewähr und gelten erst nach Bestätigung der Verfügbarkeit. Schadensersatzansprüche sind bei nicht Lieferbarkeit ausgeschlossen. Bei neuen Kunden versenden wir erst nach einem Zahlungseingang. [6 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett [Germany]
2018-12-11 09:14:22
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2018-12-05 09:08:48
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2018-12-02 06:47:59
Hieronymus
Venice Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio 1497 - 25 August 1498. Three volumes, folio (341x223mm). Collation: I. A8, <2-3>6, <4-6>6, a-c8, d10, e8, f6, g-h10, i8, k6, l-u8, x-y6. Fol. o3 signed m3. II. A-R8, S10, T-Z8, AA-BB8, CC6, DD-HH8, DDD-EEE8, FFF-HHH6, DDDD-GGGG6, HHHH4, II8, KK-LL6. III. Collation: aa-ff8, ll-ss8, tt10, vv-zz8 (yy8 blank), ee12-1, a8,b-c6, AA6, aAA8 (fol. aAA blank), BBb-PPp8, QQq6. In all 839 of [845] leaves, lacking, as usual, quire BB6, including the registrum. Text in one column, 48-61 lines. Type: 20:170G, 32*:83G, 39:82R. Large woodcut printer's device on fols. PPp8r and QQq6r. White-on-black woodcut candelabra border and fourteen-line animated initial depicting St. Jerome on fol. aAA2r. Woodcut decorated, and animated initials throughout, mostly on black ground. Late nineteenth-century quarter-mottled leather, over pasteboards. Boards covered with marbled paper. Spines with three raised bands, title lettered in gilt. Covers abraded in places; spines lightly damaged at the top. A good copy, some stains, spots, and waterstains. A few fingermarks, old repair to the upper blank leaves of the first leaf of the first volume, without any loss. Contemporary marginalia in the third volume. Modern, pencilled foliation in the upper corner of the leaves, bibliographical notes on the pastedowns and flyleaves.Provenance: Giovanni di Maffio, San Giovanni Valdarno, Arezzo (ownership inscription dated 1532 'Di giouannj di maffio di ualdarno di sopra', on the recto of the first leaf of each volume); from the library of the Franciscan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-11-28 17:33:28
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2018-11-19 22:26:26
GELLI GIOVAN BATTISTA
presso Giordano Ziletti. Cm. 14,5, cc. 96. Vignetta al front. e graziosi capilettera xil. Ottima legatura del tempo in piena perg. molle con titoli ms. al dorso. Antica firma di possesso al frontespizio, trascurabili fioriture. Esemplare ben conservato. Giovan Battista Gelli (1498-1563), letterato fiorentino, non abbandonò mai la professione originaria di calzolaio; fu membro dell'Accademia fiorentina e autore di numerose fortunate operette, che si distinsero per indipendenza di pensiero. Quest'opera, certamente il suo capolavoro, consiste in un dialogo tra Circe, Ulisse e undici suoi compagni trasformati in bestie, i quali, alla prospettiva di tornare uomini, scelsero di rimanere animali tranne uno, che era stato filosofo nella sua prima vita "umana" e non poteva rinunciare alla ricerca della verità. Cfr. D. E. Rhodes, Silent Printers. Anonymous printing at Venice in the sixteenth century, p. 103; Iccu..
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [IT]
2018-11-13 23:29:54
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2018-11-08 17:58:00
Pacioli Luca
Sansepolcro: Aboca Edizioni(), 1498. [Facsimile-Pacioli] Il manoscritto De divina proportione di Luca Pacioli è uno straordinario compendio di matematica, architettura, teologia e filosofia del Rinascimento. Redatto nel 1498, in lingua volgare per favorirne la comprensione e la diffusione, si compone di quattro parti: nella prima, dopo aver celebrato l'importanza della matematica, l'Autore tratta anche di teologia, di filosofia e di musica; introduce la proporzione divina spiegando che è divina perchè per noi incomprensibile, magica, sovrumana: "Commo Idio propriamente non se po diffinire ne per parolle a noi intendere, così questa nostra proportione non se po mai per numero intendibile asegnare, né per quantità alcuna rationale exprimere, ma sempre fia occulta e secreta e da lì mathematici chiamata irrationale". Nella seconda parte espone il libro XIII degli elementi di Euclide e la genesi dei 5 corpi geometrici regolari. Nella terza descrive i corpi dei poliedri regulari e dependenti, con considerazioni filosofiche tratte dal Timeo di Platone. Nella quarta, i corpi oblonghi (piramidi, coni e parallelepipedi) con le regole pratiche per il calcolo della superficie e del volume. L'opera ha suscitato e susciterà profondo interesse non solo negli ambienti matematici, ma anche nell'ambiente dell'arte pittorica e dell'architettura. Selezione di tavole disegnate da Leonardo da Vinci "a tutti gli ingegni interessati alla filosofia, alla pittura, scultura, architettura, musica e alle altre discipline matematiche" Luca Pacioli. Del manoscritto De divina proportione di Luca Pacioli e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2018-11-06 17:31:57
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2018-10-29 23:03:21
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2018-10-22 23:04:48
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2018-10-20 08:36:46
Unknown
See pictures. Front board missing. Index and first leaf of "Prologus" also missing, but supplied in facsimile. 1st quire shaken (holding in by topmost cord). Occasional yellow spots and/or thumbing throughout. Evidence of a trim (rebind; see note on leaf 54). Leaf 19, recto, has graphite annotation lines placed in right margin. Leaves 23-26 are yellowed. Leaf 31 has "Sigma" written in the recto right margin. Leaf 54 has annotations (trimmed) in the recto right margin. Leaves 57 to 63 have yellowing. Leaf 67 (but numbered LXVI) and rear blank (L8) have yellowing. Blotted "69" in upper right corner of the leaf 67; also "I" added to "LXVI" to reflect that it is the 67th leaf. Eight sermons/chapters against vices, printed by Georg Husner in 1498 (Strassburg). Incunable. Author unattributed and unknown. This copy is missing its index and 1st prologue page, but they are supplied in facsimile. Colophon on last page has date of "DCCCCXCVIII, quinta die decembris" (1498, 5th day of December). The book is protected in a clamshell box, made to fit; with a ribbon for withdrawing the work. The facsimile index and "prologus" leaf are printed on acid free paper, and bound in octavo format (to match the size of the book); this quire is provided in a fold of acid-free paper to prevent contact with the incunable. The 1498 index/prologus had a blank verso and recto between the last page of the index and first page of the prologus (which was found on a verso(left side)). To keep the facsimile to octavo format/size, I did not place a blank verso/recto between the last page of the index and fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome [Dundee, Oregon, US]
2018-10-20 02:35:41
Mela, Pomponius
Simon de Bevilaqua, [Venice, 1498. [38] leaves. Eighteen woodcut initials. Small quarto. 19th-century three-quarter calf and marbled boards, spine gilt. Boards lightly edgeworn and rubbed, small separation at lower joint of front board. Bookplate of David P. Wheatland and Kenneth Nebenzahl on front pastedown. Small inkstain in upper margin of first four gatherings. Early manuscript notes on four pages, including at the colophon. Very good. Eighth edition, and the third edited by Barbarus, of the most popular geography text of the Renaissance. Pomponius Mela is often taken as an accurate sum of European geographical knowledge before the discovery of the New World. Mela's text is the earliest surviving Latin work on geography, and the only Roman treatise devoted exclusively to that subject. Barbarus, the editor of this edition, was a professor of philosophy at Padua and Venice. The publications of Mela and Ptolemy were incentives for further exploration, and in particular Mela's descriptions of Africa were used by the Portuguese navigators who were venturing far out into the Atlantic for the first time. This edition was issued just five years after Columbus returned to Spain from his first voyage to the New World. GOFF M454. PROCTOR 5411. WALSH 2535. SHEPPARD 4491.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
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