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2014-05-27 15:51:25
ACHILLINI, Alessandro
Antiquar: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2014-05-27 15:51:25
ACHILLINI, Alessandro
Antiquar: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2014-05-27 15:51:25
ACHILLINI, Alessandro
Antiquar: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2014-05-27 15:51:25
ACHILLINI, Alessandro
Antiquar: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2014-05-27 15:51:25
ACHILLINI, Alessandro
Antiquar: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2014-05-27 15:51:25
ACHILLINI, Alessandro
Antiquar: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2014-05-27 15:51:25
BARBO, Paolo, [Paulus Soncinas]
Venice, Simon Bevilaqua 1498 - In-folio [303 x 205 mm]. Collation : (204) ff. Basane brune, plats estampés à froid, dos à nerfs orné. (Reliure du XVIe siècle.) Edition princeps. Ces commentaires sur la "Métaphysique" d'Aristote, l'un des sommets de la philosophie occidentale, sont rédigés sous forme de questions et de réponses. A noter que le terme de "métaphysique" n'est jamais employé dans les quatorze livres publiés sous ce titre. Aristote emploie le terme de "philosophie première", la science des causes premières. Paolo Barbo, un des plus fameux théologien de son temps, était un thomiste convaincu. Né à Soncini, mort entre 1494 et 1499, il a enseigné la philosophie à Milan puis à Ferrare, Sienne et Bologne. Il devint par la suite prieur d'un monastère à Cremone. On a de lui des commentaires sur les textes d'Aristote et de Pierre Lombard. Il a aussi édité les 'Opuscula' de Thomas d'Acquin en 1488. L'imprimeur Simon Bevilaqua (1450-1518) se nommait Simone Gabi. Il signait sous ce nom les premiers livres qu'il a imprimé, à Vicenza. Installé à Venise, il utilisa son pseudonyme de "Bevilaqua", que certains lui aurait donné à cause de son penchant marqué pour le vin. Travaux de vers en marge intérieure des quatre premiers feuillets de table sans atteinte au texte, traces d'humidité dans la marge supérieure en début et fin d'ouvrage. Complet du dernier feuillet qui est blanc. Manques aux coiffes, reliure frottée. Bel exemplaire dans une reliure très décorative du XVIe siècle, probablement espagnole. GW M30270. ISTC ip00208000. Goff P-208. Not in BMC. Editio princeps. Paolo Bar … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Hugues de Latude
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2014-05-27 15:51:25
ACHILLINI, Alessandro
Benedictus Hectoris, Bologna 1498 - ____ Première édition de ce très rare incunable d'astronomie. Alessandro Achillini (1463-1512), professeur à l'Université de Bologne, a très certainement compté parmi ces élèves Nicolas Copernic qui étudia à Bologne de 1496 à 1501. Surnommé le "second Aristote", Achillini se livre à une attaque virulente de l'astronomie de Ptolémée. Partisan d'Averroes, de nombreuses fois cité dans cet ouvrage, il expose le systéme des sphères homocentriques. Les efforts de tous les "Averroïstes" de cette période pour restaurer l'astronomie des sphères homocentriques a été un stimulus certain pour le progrès de l'astronomie. Ils habituèrent les esprits à ne plus considérer le système géocentrique de Ptolémée comme le seul possible, ni comme le meilleur. Cet ouvrage a donc été publié durant le séjour de Copernic à Bologne. C'est aussi à Bologne que Copernic fait sa première observation astronomique connue, une occultation d'Aldébaran, en 1497 avec Domenica Mara Novara. Exemplaire annoté par un érudit de l'époque. On trouve une trentaine de notes à la plume dans les marges et de très nombreux passages soulignés. Ces notes qui corrigent le texte, ajoutent quelques mots à l'aide de renvois ou donnent des commentaires. Ce volume a donc été lu et étudié avec beaucoup d'attention par un savant de l'époque, dont l'identité serait intéressante à découvrir. Cachet ou signature gratté sur le titre. Très rare. Goff A-37. GW 191. BMC XII, 60. ISTC : ia00037000. Klebs 7.1. *-------* First edition of this very are astronomical incunabula. Alessandro Achillini, "the seco … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Hugues de Latude [Paris, France]
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2014-05-27 15:51:25
ACHILLINI, Alessandro
Antiquar: Hugues de Latude [Paris, France]
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2014-04-21 23:55:47
Jodocus of Erfurt, Attributed
, 1498. 1498. Fifteenth-Century Venetian Imprint of an Important Law Dictionary in a Handsome Contemporary Binding [Jodocus of Erfurt, Attributed]. Vocabularium Iuris. [Venice: Bernardini Stagninus de Tridino, 1498]. 73 ff. Text in parallel columns. Collation: A-B6, C7, D-M6. Folio (12" x 8"). Contemporary half-calf with elaborate blind tooling over wooden boards, raised bands to spine, clasps lacking, buckles present, earlier liturgical musical manuscript on vellum used as endpapers, leaves from an earlier manuscript used as pastedows, early hand-lettered title to head of text block. A few cracks to spine, small chip to head. Text printed in 71-line Gothic type on wide-margined paper, large woodcut capital at beginning of text. Light toning to text, faint dampspotting to a few leaves. Later annotations to front pastdown, partially erased early owner signature to title page, interior otherwise clean. * A work of great authority, the Vocabularius, as it is popularly known, is attributed occasionally to Jacobus of Erfurt. First published around 1474 in Basel, it went through more than seventy editions over the following 150 years. (It had a second life as the first section of the 1559 edition of Elio Antonio de Nebrija's Lexicon Juris Civilis, a work that was reissued into the seventeenth century.) A useful and highly respected reference work, the Vocabularius is a collection of terms dealing with the Ius Commune taken from such late- scholastic texts as the Vocabularius Stuttgardiensis (1432), the Collectio Terminorum Legalium (c. 1400) and the Introductorium pro Studi … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2014-03-05 08:10:18
Jacobus de Voragine:
Westminster, Wynkyn de Worde, 8. Januar 1498. Type 2, 3 und 5.. Zweispaltiges, 47-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit abgerundeten oberen Ecken, Blatt knapp beschnitten und mit einem Randeinriss (18 mm), Wasserzeichen achteckiger Stern im Doppelkreis, Blattgröße: 17,3 x 26,1 cm. Text leaf. Head corners rounded (not affecting headlines or text), small marginal tear and faintly toned..
Antiquar: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist
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2014-03-02 11:06:56
De Worde, Wynkyn] Jacobus de Voragine [Leaf Book]
New York: Dauber & Pine Bookshops, Inc.. New York: Dauber & Pine Bookshops, Inc. 1498. () [4]. Very good. Quarto. Original leaf from the Golden Legend mounted and bound into quarter leather and marbled paper-covered leaf book. Gilt and brown morocco spine label to front board. Spine has been consolidated with discrete professional restoration. Edges of boards lightly rubbed. Original leaf is age-toned with some minor foxing to margins. Impression is strong with a quarter-page woodcut on verso. Leaf measures approximately 10.75" X 7.5". With a single leaf title page from the Dauber and Pine Bookshops. An excellent leaf with a quarter-page woodcut from this famous English-language incunable. The leaf, "folio Cixvi" comprises the final two pages of the Life of Saint Peter and the very start of the Life of Saint Paul. The quarter-page woodcut on the verso of the leaf is of Saint Paul with book and sword. Wynkyn de Worde was an apprentice of England's first printer, William Caxton, and is generally credited with refining Caxton's techniques and becoming England's first true typographer. This de Worde edition is just the second by him and the fourth overall printing of Caxton's translation of the Golden Legend. An excellent leaf, attractively presented, made especially desirable with the Life of Saint Peter and woodcut of Saint Paul. Scarce. Not in Disbound and Dispersed..
Antiquar: Aquila Books
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2014-03-02 11:06:56
De Worde, Wynkyn] Jacobus de Voragine [Leaf Book]
New York: Dauber & Pine Bookshops, Inc., 1498. Undetermined. very good. [4]pp. Quarto. Original leaf from the Golden Legend mounted and bound into quarter leather and marbled paper-covered leaf book. Gilt and brown morocco spine label to front board. Spine with discrete professional restoration. Edges of boards lightly rubbed. Original leaf is near fine with just light foxing. Impression is strong with a woodcut on verso. Leaf measures approximately 10.75" X 7.5" and woodcut measures approximately 3.25" X 2.25". With a single leaf title page from the Dauber and Pine Bookshops. An excellent leaf with a near quarter-page woodcut from this famous English-language incunable. The leaf, "folio CCxiii" comprises the final two pages of the Life of Hippolytus. The quarter-page woodcut on the verso features the Assumption of Mary. Wynkyn de Worde was an apprentice of England's first printer, William Caxton, and is generally credited with refining Caxton's techniques and becoming England's first true typographer. This de Worde edition is just the second by him and the fourth overall printing of Caxton's translation of the Golden Legend. An excellent leaf, attractively presented, made especially desirable with the woodcut of Mary ascending into Heaven surrounded by five angels. Scarce. Not in Disbound and Dispersed. 1498
Antiquar: Aquila Books(Cameron Treleaven) ABAC [Calgary, AB, Canada]
2014-02-10 16:51:19
Dürer, Albrecht.
. Sehr knapp, teilweise unter Auslassung der Umrisslinie beschnitten, kl. hinterlegte Fehlstelle am oberen rechten Eck, ebenso minim. am ob. linken Eck..
Antiquar: Antiquariat K. Schöneborn
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2014-02-10 14:40:31
Inkunabel/Mystik - Tauler, Johannes:
Leipzig, Conrad Kachelofen, 17. III. 1498.. 8 Bll., fol. 281 (recte 282; 6 Bl. in Faksimile). 4° (19 x 13,5 cm). Blindgepr. Kalbslederband d. Z. auf Holzdeckeln, mit 3 Bünden und 2 Messing-Leder-Schließen.. GW M45246; HC 15346; BSB-Ink T-62. Das Hauptwerk J. Taulers (ca. 1300-1361) mit 84 Predigten und das einzige mit sicherer Zuschreibung; Tauler war zusammen mit Seuse (Suso) in Köln (1325) Schüler Meister Eckharts; anders als diesem ist für Tauler entscheidend "die sittlich-religiöse Erneuerung durch das mystische Erlebnis" (Ziegenfuß II, 679f); durch diese Wendung der Mystik ins Praktische sowie seine Ablehnung der Werkgerechtigkeit wird er gelegentlich als Vorläufer Luthers betrachtet, der ihn hoch achtete. Entschiedener als Tauler wandte sich der Verfasser des Meisterbuches, der "Große Gottesfreund aus dem Oberland", gegen die Mißstände in der Kirche (ab fol. xxvl); es handelt sich bei ihm um Rulman Merswin (1307-82), einem Straßburger Patrizier, der als Biographie Taulers die Bekehrung eines gelehrten Theologen durch einen frommen Laien beschreibt, indem er vorgab, vom "Großen Gottesfreund" dazu Weisungen und Texte erhalten zu haben. "Um die Feststellung dieser geheimnsivollen Persönlichkeit (z. B. mit dem Einsiedler Johann von Chur, +1382, gleichgesetzt) haben sich Mit- und Nachwelt bemüht, bis Denifle den Nachweis führte, daß der "Große Gottesfreund" mit R. M. identisch sei und es sich also um einen groß angelegten und folgerichtig durchgeführten Betrug handelte: Dasein und Schrifttum seines Meisters sind M.s eigene Erfindung." (RGG² III, 1027f). Der Lothringer Kauf … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Antiquariat am Moritzberg
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2014-02-08 12:55:52
Tauler Johannes
. . Nicht im VD 17 - vgl. Wetzer-W. XI, 1279 u. Graesse VII, 42 (andere Ausg.).- Johannes Tauler (* um 1300 in Straßburg; 16. Juni 1361 in Straßburg) war "einer der größten deutschen Mystiker und Prediger des Mittelalters, der die Gedankentiefe Meister Eckharts, die Innigkeit Suso's, den Feuereifer Bertholds von Regensburg in sich vereinigt." (Wetzer-W.).- Seine Predigten erschienen erstmals 1498 in Leipzig; vorliegende Ausgabe in der Übersetzung v. Laurentius Surius erstmals 1543 in Köln. "Surius gibt in dieser Umschreibung den Sinn Taulers im Allgemeinen durchaus treffend wieder." (Wetzer-W.).- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, wenig fleckig, Innendeckel u. Innengelenke mit Wurmgänge, Ebd. etw. fleckig und berieben, insges. dekoratives Exemplar.
Antiquar: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2013-10-17 20:42:30
HORACE
Antiquar: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
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2013-10-17 20:42:30
HORACE
Antiquar: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
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2013-07-27 17:38:06
Plinius Secundus, Gaius Caecilius, 62-113 - [Alternate Names: Pliny the Younger; Plinii Secundi Junioris]
Bologna: Benedictus Hectoris. 1498. Hardcover. Good. Incunabula. 1498 edition, dated on colophon November 14, 1498 (as opposed to October 19, 1498 copies from the same publisher that have appeared at auction). 8vo, later (late 19th C) full vellum, 140 leaves as called for. Good copy, light wear and soil to vellum binding, extensive early marginal annotations and underlining to the first third of the text, trickling off after that with only occasional marginal annotations. Goff P810. RARE on the market; last copy was Christies 850 GBP in '88.
Antiquar: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB
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2012-12-22 16:00:17
LOCHMAIER, MICHAEL. - [THE FIRST HANDBOOK FOR PARISH PRIESTS - PRINTED BY THE FOUNDER OF PRINTING IN HAGENAU]
(On colophon:) Hagenau, Henrich Gran for Johannes Rynman, 1498, 20. August. Small quarto. A copy with wide margins. Newer (late 19th century) brown half calf w. gilt red title label and gilt ornamentation to back. Corners bumped. First leaf a bit soiled and with many old owener's names. Repair to upper part of first leaf, due to worm-hole, far prom affecting printed text. The two following leaves with small worm-hole to upper margin, far from affecting text. Occasional soiling and minor brownspotting. Many leaves with contemporary marginal annotations and occasional contemporary underlinings. The marginal annotations have been fully preserved when the book was rebound, and the margins have not been cut. Printed in double columns with 34 lines to each, and headlines; rubricated throughout. (12 (being title and Tabula), 1 (blank), 139) ff. - i.e. with all 152 ff., including the blank, which has been lacking in other identified copies. ¶ Exceedingly scarce incunable-edition (the first printed by Gran) of the first general handbook for parish priests, i.e. the first official parish handbook. Before Lochmaier's "Parrochiale curatorum", parish handbooks were usually written by the individual parish priests for their own use, as no reliable, official or general handbook existed. The "Parrochiale curatorum" describes all that a parish priest needs to know, and as such it is the first work to remedy the great lack of such a work, which had otherwise occasioned merely individual efforts.The first printing of the work appeared without place and without date, but not earlier than 1493. … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [Denmark]
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2012-09-02 09:25:09
Schott Petrus
. . Hain 14524 - Proctor 409 - BMC I, 96 - Schmidt, Rep. Bibl. Strasb. II, 13 - Stillwell 296 - Goff S-321.- Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe.- Von Jakob Wimpfeling aus dem Nachlaß zusammengestellte Sammlung von kleineren Arbeiten Schotts. Enthält metrische und grammatische Studien, theologische und juristische Gutachten, Briefe (u.a. an Wimpheling, Seb. Brant, Geiler von Keisersberg) und Gedichte.- Der Rechtsgelehrte Peter Schott (oder Scotus), war Canonicus an der Straßburger St. Petri-Kirche (vgl. Jöcher IV, 341) u. gehörte bis zu seinem frühen Tod durch die Pest zu den profiliertesten Humanisten seiner Zeit.- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk u. untere Hälfte ergänzt, meist etw. wasserrandig, 1 Bl. mit ergänzt. Eckabriss, einige Bll. im Bug verstärkt, tls. Pag. etw. angeschnitten, kl. Wurmgang, Ebd. etw. berieben.
Antiquar: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2012-05-12 10:21:17
LOCHMAIER, MICHAEL. - [THE FIRST HANDBOOK FOR PARISH PRIESTS - PRINTED BY THE FOUNDER OF PRINTING IN HAGENAU]
(On colophon:) Hagenau, Henrich Gran for Johannes Rynman, 1498, 20. August. Small quarto. A copy with wide margins. Newer (late 19th century) brown half calf w. gilt red title label and gilt ornamentation to back. Corners bumped. First leaf a bit soiled and with many old owener's names. Repair to upper part of first leaf, due to worm-hole, far prom affecting printed text. The two following leaves with small worm-hole to upper margin, far from affecting text. Occasional soiling and minor brownspotting. Many leaves with contemporary marginal annotations and occasional contemporary underlinings. The marginal annotations have been fully preserved when the book was rebound, and the margins have not been cut. Printed in double columns with 34 lines to each, and headlines; rubricated throughout. (12 (being title and Tabula), 1 (blank), 139) ff. - i.e. with all 152 ff., including the blank, which has been lacking in other identified copies. Exceedingly scarce incunable-edition (the first printed by Gran) of the first general handbook for parish priests, i.e. the first official parish handbook. Before Lochmaier's "Parrochiale curatorum", parish handbooks were usually written by the individual parish priests for their own use, as no reliable, official or general handbook existed. The "Parrochiale curatorum" describes all that a parish priest needs to know, and as such it is the first work to remedy the great lack of such a work, which had otherwise occasioned merely individual efforts.The first printing of the work appeared without place and without date, but not earlier than 1493. A … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2011-08-08 08:10:22
1 parchemin 39 x 16 cm 13/03/1498 En latin. petite rognure en marge. Maître Louis Merle (Ludovicus Meruli), docteur en droit civil et en droit canon, bourgeois d'Avignon, est mis en possession d'une maison ou hôtel (hospitium) sise à Mazan, diocèse de Carpentras, rue Coste-Cate, pour la somme de 120 florins, à l'issue d'un procès devant la Cour Suprême du Comtat-Venaissin. Représenté par son procureur, Pierre Tournier (Petrus Turneri), il en reçoit l'investiture par le seigneur du lieu, Honoratus Astrandi, écuyer, qui lui donne quittance du droit de lods et ventes (laudimium) et du treizain. Joli seing manuel du notaire Trophime Evrard (Trophimus Esberardi). L'acte, établi dans la maison de Nazaire Villars (Nazarius Villaris), est en outre daté de la sixième année du pontificat d'Alexandre VI.
Antiquar: Traces Ecrites [Paris, France]
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2010-04-27 16:11:00
FILELFO, Francesco [1398-1481]
[Basel: Johann Amerbach, not after 1498]., 1498. small 4to. 212 x 152mm. [ff. 182]. roman letter. 40 lines. initial spaces with guide letters. contemporary quarter blind-stamped calf over wooden bds. (spine expertly renewed, corners worn, clasps wanting, a number of small round wormholes in binding & text). Sixth Edition, the first to be printed outside of Italy. Filelfo, one of the greatest humanists of the Italian Renaissance, first lectured at Florence, but when animosity developed between himself and Cosimo de' Medici and his friends, he accepted an offer of employment from the state of Siena for four years, and then another from the Duke of Milan, Filippo Maria Visconti. In Milan it was Filelfo's duty to celebrate his princely patrons in panegyrics and to salute them with nuptial and funeral orations, most of which are found in the present volume. In addition there are several other works including his translations of Plutarch's two collections of apophthegms (Ad Traianum and Laconica) and of Aristotle's Rhetorica ad Alexandrum Regem. BMC III 757. Goff P-612. Hain-Copinger 12918. Klebs 403.5. Oates 2804. Polain (B) 3138. Proctor 7645..
Antiquar: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB)
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