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2019-07-20 02:11:14
PAIVA, Antonio, Barone de Castello de.
, . . BMC NH, p. 1499. Rare offprint of a study of the shells of Madeira. It was originally published in Academia Real da Sciencias, nova serie IV, 1, and includes here its own title-wrapper and one additional page with quotations from Psalm 103, Isaac Newton and Castello de Paiva. Some repairs to the front wrapper and some spots to the plates, otherwise in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2019-06-28 22:03:44
Gabriel Biel
Tübingen: Johann Otmar for Friedrich Meynberger, 1499. See pictures. My condition description is longer than the characters allowed by ebay in this space; I've added my condition description to my overall description. Please review the condition of the book with the description of the book. Printed in 1499, by the first printer in Tubingen, Johann Otmar; this is a collection of sermons on Mary by Gabriel Biel, including discussions on the festivities related to the celebration of Mary. Otmar often printed Biel's sermons, likely because he was near (a professor at the University of Tubingen). This book is the second in a four book series of Biel's sermons. The others are listed on OCLC: "[pt. 1] Sermones de festivitatibus Christi; [pt. 3] Sermones de sanctis; [pt. 4] Sermones de tempore" Unique feature: Otmar states, in the colophon, that he finished the work after his namesake's festival. "Finis sermonu de festivitatibus vginis gloriose feria scda post festu Otmari sancti abbatis Anni. 99." There is an example of a manicule (manuscript hand drawn pointing to an important text) in sermon twelve. In total, there are twenty-four numbered sermons, and one sermon "generalis", of Biel's. Biel was considered forward-thinking, and his publications are said to have influenced Martin Luther. He is perhaps most well-known for his opposition against forced baptisms for non-believers. Physical Attributes - Measuring 21 x 15 x 2.5 cm. OCLC (#50638739) lists it as quarto. Pasteboard boards, covered in paper (sprinkled). Remnants of a leather spine with three cords. Pagination i6, A-M8, N4 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rare Tome [Newberg, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-06-23 07:39:31
WK Wertkontor GmbH, 1499. Facsimile. Faksimile Edition Das Tierbuch des Petrus Candidus, Prachtedition, neuwertig, Kaufpreis war 2998€. Das Buch ist mit einer Auflage von 1499 Exemplaren erschienen. Zertifikate liegen vorund werden mitgeliefert. Versand als versichertes Paket bei sofortkauf inklusive.
Bookseller: sandrahexe1004 [Laubusch, DE]
2019-06-19 13:46:17
Albertus Magnus.
[Cologne, Heinrich Quentell, 7 May 1499]. 4to (135 x 193 mm). (160) ff. (signed aa-dd8; a-y8). With colophonic title-page on verso of y4. Bound in 16th or early 17th century gilt-ruled Spanish calf with gilt ornaments at corners and on spine as well as faded armorial or emblem on center of both boards. All edges stained dark blue. A few scored early inscriptions on title-page including of 'Petri Cendra'; front endpaper laid onto pastedown. Some unobtrusive staining to inner margins throughout due to binder's glue; a few leaves with dampstains to lower corners; and a few signatures foxed due to paperstock. A neat, broad-margined copy in an early binding. Editio princeps of this apocryphal text celebrating the Medieval ideal of the 'strong' or 'valiant' woman - certainly an unusual theme for an incunable, and an important reflection of idealized female conduct in the early Renaissance. The present copy is found in a well-preserved binding with ownership inscriptions indicating the book's migration to Spain perhaps as early as the late 16th century. - Long attributed to Albertus Magnus, the present work has enjoyed a recent resurgence in interest thanks to modern scholarship focusing on women in medieval Christianity. De Muliere Forti takes as its scriptural starting point verses 10-31 of Proverbs 31, which contain some of the most outspoken praises of women in the Bible: "Strength and beauty are her clothing She hath opened her mouth to wisdom, and the law of clemency is on her tongue " etc. In De Muliere Forti, various parts of a woman's body (feet, hands, arms, loins, breas … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-05-06 23:37:43
SCRIPTORES REI RUSTICAE
Reggio Emilia, Francesco Mazzali, 1499. In folio (mm. 292x193). Cc. [244]. Segnatura: aa10 a-s8 t-u6 x-z8 e8 ɔ8 R̸8 A-C8 D6. La carta aa10 è bianca. Alla carta a1r titolo e grande iniziale in inchiostro rosso. Colophon a c. D5v. Marca tipografica e registrum al recto dell'ultima carta. Legatura inglese del XVIII secolo in piena pelle picchiettata, piatti con doppio filetto in oro, dorso a cinque nervi con fregi, tassello in marocchino rosso e titolo in oro, tagli picchiettati (cerniere deboli, spellature agli angoli e alle cuffie). Al contropiatto ex-libris inciso C.W.H. Sotheby. Titolo un po' sporco. Ottima copia fresca e marginosa. QUINTA EDIZIONE della raccolta di testi degli scrittori romani di agricoltura, conosciuti come Scriptores rei rusticae. Si tratta di una ristampa dell'edizione apparsa a Reggio Emilia nel 1496 dai torchi di Dionisio Bertocchi. La prima edizione di questi testi era stata pubblicata a Venezia da Nicolas Jenson nel 1472, seguita da un'edizione reggiana di Bartolomeo Bruschi del 1482 e da una bolognese del 1494 di Benedetto Faelli. La raccolta, così codificata, divenne l'opera di riferimento in campo agricolo fino alla fine del Cinquecento. In essa si trovano trattati tutti gli aspetti necessari alla conduzione di una fattoria: piante, animali, vino, mostrada, formaggi, olive, frutta, ecc. N. Harris, Brevi annali di stampa per Reggio nel "400, in: "I libri di "Orlando Innamorato"", Modena, 1987, p. 46; BMC, VII, p. 1089; Hain-Copinger, 14570; F.L.A. Schweiger, Bibliographisches Lexicon der Römer, Amsterdam, 1962, II, p. 1305. [Attributes: … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2019-04-26 14:31:39
Julius Pomponius Laetus
Venice: Bernardinum Venetu, 1499. Probable 18th century rebind, soiling to boards, circa 1920's book description tipped into preliminaries, light worm-holing, a few page repairs (tastefully accomplished). Laetus, Pomponius, Julius, ROMANAE HISTORIAE COMPENDIUM AB INTERITU GORDIANI IVNIORIS VSQ VE ADIVSTI NVM.III. ,Venice: Bernardinum Venetu, (Printer), April 23rd, 1499. First edition ¼ sheep / paper, (probable 18th century re-back), very good / n.a. , 60 pp., ff. This ancient tome has a c.1920's book description tipped into the front free fly-leaf, soiling and light wear to boards, a very few scattered wormholes (not affecting text) and a small number of marginal repairs in the text near the head of the gutter as evidenced in photos. An exceptionally rare incunable; complete - and in very good condition. The founder of the Roman academy known as Accademia Romana; Pomponius Laetus was imprisoned and tortured in 1466 by Roman Catholic authorities for suspicion of sodomy. He maintained his innocence throughout and was subsequently released and then quickly married to remove any lingering suspicions. He went on to write several other works, as well as this 1st edition Roman History; which was published posthumously one year after his death. An attractive copy with four large floriated initials, a few marginal manuscript notations presumably in period Latin. Present also is the very attractive bookplate of Peter Douw Beekman on the front paste-down. Beekman was a Revolutionary War veteran and later became justice of the peace in Albany, NY. A very distinctive book indeed. Quite … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: CAPTURED TYME RARE BOOKS (distinctive-books) [Mathews, Virginia, US]
2019-03-29 10:13:47
Osualdus de Lasko:
Hagenau Heinrich Gran für Johann Rynman 28 September Type 4 und 5, 1499. O-Inkunabeldruckbogen aus einer Makulatur-Auslösung mit 4 gedruckten Inkunabelblättern. Inkunabelblätter mit jeweils zweispaltigem und 44-zeiligem Text. Druckbogen verschmutzt und mit Resten der ehemaligen Klebung, einigen Wurmlöchern und Textablösungen. Größe des Druckbogens: 28,5 x 41 cm. - - - Der Druckbogen umfasst Teile des Sermo 31 und 33. Bis in die Mitte der 70er Jahre des 15. Jahrhunderts wurde doppelblattweise gedruckt. Um den Druckvorgang zu beschleunigen, begann man zunehmend bogenweise zu drucken. Vollständige Druckbögen haben sich äußerst selten erhalten.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2019-03-27 22:37:33
Trovamala de Salis, Battista
1499. Venice: Paganinus de Paganinis, 21 Dec. 1499 8vo. One of the Great Fifteenth-Century Manuals for Confessors [Trovamala de Salis, Battista (d.1496)]. [Summa Casuum Conscientiae (Second Version known as Rosella Casuum)]. [Venice: Paganinus de Paganinis, 21 Dec. 1499]. [xiv], 479 ff. Collation: ?4, a10, aa-CC16, DD12. Complete. Printed register at end does not list the first [14] leaves, which contain the "Rubrice Iuris Civilis" and "Summa Angelica." Leaf ?4 includes the Papal bull "Etsi Dominici Gregis" with the imprint: Rome, 21 December 1479. Octavo (6" x 4"; 15cm x 10 cm). Later vellum from a manuscript leaf, raised bands and hand-lettered title to spine, ties lacking, endpapers renewed. Light soiling, moderate rubbing to extremities, a few small sections neatly removed from spine, minor chipping to spine ends, corners bumped, hinges partially cracked. 46-line text in parallel columns, capital spaces left blank. Moderate toning, occasional faint dampstaining, minor worming in places, mostly to margins, minor loss to text on leaves tt4-tt4-tt16 (ff. 292-304), light soiling and edgewear to preliminaries, first three leaves partially detached. $7,500. * Second edition in octavo format and the final incunable edition. After the Fourth Lateran council of 1215 a number of manuals of confession appeared. Their purpose was the intellectual preparation of priests for a prudent and informed exercise of the office of confessor. Father Trovamala's is one of the best examples of this literature. Also known as the Summa Casuum Conscientiae, Rosella Casuum or Summa Baptistiniana, i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2019-03-02 07:41:46
TROVAMALA DE SALIS, BAPTISTA
Venice: Paganinus de Paganinis, 21 December 1499. This is an excellent portable edition of an influential manual of confession written by Franciscan monk Battista Trovamala in 1483 and first printed in 1484. Intended to guide priests in performing the office of confessor in an informed and judicious manner, such manuals began to be produced after the Fourth Lateran Council in 1215. The present item is a revised and expanded version of the 1484 original from distinguished Venetian printer Paganino de Paganini (fl. 1483-1538), who began his career with the press of Giorgio Arrivabene before marrying the daughter of German printer Franz Renner (Francesco Della Fontana), who operated in Venice from 1471 to 1496. Though he primarily issued religious books or legal and medical works for the university, he is best remembered for printing the first Quran in Arabic. Our volume, with its helpful index tabs, offered a quick reference guide for the Benedictine fathers at St. Peter's Abbey in Salzburg Austria, founded in 696 and still operating today. The Abbey's library is the oldest in Austria, particularly rich in early manuscripts, Benedictine works, church history, and items relating to Salzburg and its history. Measuring 105 x 90 mm., the ninth century manuscript on the pastedown here comes from a Bible or Gospel Book. The visible section contains part of the opening of Matthew chapter 2, on the Magi seeing the star and journeying to Jerusalem. The fragment is possibly French in origin, and quite likely from the first half of the ninth century (and maybe even the first third) bas … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [US]
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2019-03-01 00:34:20
TROVAMALA DE SALIS, BAPTISTA
Venice: Paganinus de Paganinis, 21 December 1499. This is an excellent portable edition of an influential manual of confession written by Franciscan monk Battista Trovamala in 1483 and first printed in 1484. Intended to guide priests in performing the office of confessor in an informed and judicious manner, such manuals began to be produced after the Fourth Lateran Council in 1215. The present item is a revised and expanded version of the 1484 original from distinguished Venetian printer Paganino de Paganini (fl. 1483-1538), who began his career with the press of Giorgio Arrivabene before marrying the daughter of German printer Franz Renner (Francesco Della Fontana), who operated in Venice from 1471 to 1496. Though he primarily issued religious books or legal and medical works for the university, he is best remembered for printing the first Quran in Arabic. Our volume, with its helpful index tabs, offered a quick reference guide for the Benedictine fathers at St. Peter's Abbey in Salzburg Austria, founded in 696 and still operating today. The Abbey's library is the oldest in Austria, particularly rich in early manuscripts, Benedictine works, church history, and items relating to Salzburg and its history. Measuring 105 x 90 mm., the ninth century manuscript on the pastedown here comes from a Bible or Gospel Book. The visible section contains part of the opening of Matthew chapter 2, on the Magi seeing the star and journeying to Jerusalem. The fragment is possibly French in origin, and quite likely from the first half of the ninth century (and maybe even the first third) bas … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-02-28 22:10:43
Bonaventure Saint, Cardinal - Martin of Braga, Saint
Monasterio de Montserrat, Johann Luschner, Barcelona, 1499. "SPANISH Incunable Â- Printed in a Small Press in a Monastery in Barcelona. Illustrated with Woodcuts - One Copy Only in U.S. Libraries". 12vo (13 x 10 cm). 40 pp. Signature: ab8 c4. Gothic characters. 27 line per pages. Two woodcut illustrations representing the mountain, monastery and Virgin of Montserrat. The second work (De quatuor virtutibus cardinalibus) is now ascribed to St. Martin of Braga; modern vellum, housed in a modern box. FIRST EDITION. BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATED SPANISH INCUNABLE, PRINTED ON A SMALL PRESS AT THE MONASTERY OF MONTSERRAT. The Monastery of Santa María de Montserrat (in Catalan, Monestir de Santa Maria de Montserrat) is a Benedictine monastery in the Province of Bages near Barcelona. Although it would seem that there were 800 copies made of this book, it is difficult to find complete copies, as noted in Analecta Monserratense. The explanation lies in the use that was made of these Instructions as a textbook, by the novices of the Monastery of Montserrat. Our copy is complete and in good condition. In chronological order, this is the fifth book produced in the printing press of the Monastery of Montserrat during its first year of operation. The first one was printed on 16 April 1499 and our copy bears the date June 16. In addition to these Instructions for novices and admonitions on the four cardinal virtues, Saint Bonaventure also wrote Meditations on the Life, Passion and Death of Our Lord Jesus Christ; New Psalter; Life of Father Saint Francis; and Apology of the Poor. These Instructions … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members) [Buenos Aires, Argentina]
2019-02-28 19:23:00
Beroaldus, Philippus
B. Hectoris, Bologna, 1499. "Fine INCUNABLE Printed in Bologna - Drunkeness, Prostitution and Gaming". 4to; 20ff., Roman type. Initials in color; XXth century binding.Two editions appeared in 1499; precedence between them is uncertain. FINE INCUNABLE satire against drunkenness, prostitution and gaming. Dedicated by the author to Siegmund Gossinger, Canon of Breslau, who had been asked whom he found to be more objectionable, a drunkard, gambler or libertine. Beroaldus deals with the subject in form of a witty dispute, arising over a will in which a father disinherits the most vicious of his three sons, of whom the one is a drunkard, the other a libertine, and the third a gambler. The writing is made up of the accusation of the drunkard against his two brothers, and their mutual justification against the drunkard, both of the parties quoting many classical and scriptural authorities in their favour.* Goff B471; Polain 618; Simon, Bib Bacchica I, 172.
Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members) [MIAMI, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-02-20 14:26:50
CAESAR, Caius Julius
Venice: Philippo Pinzi for Benedetto Fontana, 1499. 5th Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (296 x 199 mm). 133 (of 134) unnumbered leaves (lacking the final blank r6 only). 45 lines and headline, Roman type, white-on-black historiated woodcut initial on a2r, 7-line initial spaces with guide-letters. Signatures: a-q8 r6 (-r6). Bound in 20th-century three-quarter vellum over marbled boards, spine with gilt-lettering, red-sprinkled edges, new endpapers (vellum a trifle soiled). Text generally crisp and clean with only minor browning and occasional very minor spotting or soiling, faint dampstaining to lower gutter of 4 gatherings (m-p). Provenance: Georges Petit. Very good copy, text collated complete. ---- GW 05872; Goff C25; Hain 4221; Polain 952; Proctor 5321; Pellechet 3148; ISTC ic00025000; not in BM. - FIFTH EDITION (and the last incunabula edition) under the editorship of Hieronymus Bononius of Julius Caesar's chronicle on the Gallic war that led to the regrouping of the populated areas of Celts that had not yet been conquered. The work is divided into eight books of which only the last not written by Caesar himself but by Aulus Hirtius after the death of the emperor. Most of our knowledge of Vercingetorix, the manners of the druids, and the German armies is derived from this firsthand chronicle that Caesar wrote to the glory of Roman civilisation. Our edition includes the extensive index by Marlianus (printed for the first time in 1480). Benedetto Fontana already published this edition in 1494, which also includes the books "De Bello Alexandrino", "De … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-02-20 08:11:39
CAESAR, Caius Julius
Venice: Philippo Pinzi for Benedetto Fontana, 1499. 5th Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 5th Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (296 x 199 mm). 133 (of 134) unnumbered leaves (lacking the final blank r6 only). 45 lines and headline, Roman type, white-on-black historiated woodcut initial on a2r, 7-line initial spaces with guide-letters. Signatures: a-q8 r6 (-r6). Bound in 20th-century three-quarter vellum over marbled boards, spine with gilt-lettering, red-sprinkled edges, new endpapers (vellum a trifle soiled). Text generally crisp and clean with only minor browning and occasional very minor spotting or soiling, faint dampstaining to lower gutter of 4 gatherings (m-p). Provenance: Georges Petit. Very good copy, text collated complete. ---- GW 05872; Goff C25; Hain 4221; Polain 952; Proctor 5321; Pellechet 3148; ISTC ic00025000; not in BM. - FIFTH EDITION (and the last incunabula edition) under the editorship of Hieronymus Bononius of Julius Caesar's chronicle on the Gallic war that led to the regrouping of the populated areas of Celts that had not yet been conquered. The work is divided into eight books of which only the last not written by Caesar himself but by Aulus Hirtius after the death of the emperor. Most of our knowledge of Vercingetorix, the manners of the druids, and the German armies is derived from this firsthand chronicle that Caesar wrote to the glory of Roman civilisation. Our edition includes the extensive index by Marlianus (printed for the first time in 1480). Benedetto Fontana already published this edition in 1494, which also incl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
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2019-02-19 15:25:01
CAESAR, Caius Julius
Philippo Pinzi for Benedetto Fontana, Venice, 1499. Folio (296 x 199 mm). 133 (of 134) unnumbered leaves (lacking the final blank r6 only). 45 lines and headline, Roman type, white-on-black historiated woodcut initial on a2r, 7-line initial spaces with guide-letters. Signatures: a?q8 r6 (-r6). Bound in 20th-century three-quarter vellum over marbled boards, spine with gilt-lettering, red-sprinkled edges, new endpapers (vellum a trifle soiled). Text generally crisp and clean with only minor browning and occasional very minor spotting or soiling, faint dampstaining to lower gutter of 4 gatherings (m-p). Provenance: Georges Petit. Very good copy, text collated complete. ---- GW 05872; Goff C25; Hain 4221; Polain 952; Proctor 5321; Pellechet 3148; ISTC ic00025000; not in BM. - FIFTH EDITION (and the last incunabula edition) under the editorship of Hieronymus Bononius of Julius Caesar's chronicle on the Gallic war that led to the regrouping of the populated areas of Celts that had not yet been conquered. The work is divided into eight books of which only the last not written by Caesar himself but by Aulus Hirtius after the death of the emperor. Most of our knowledge of Vercingetorix, the manners of the druids, and the German armies is derived from this firsthand chronicle that Caesar wrote to the glory of Roman civilisation. Our edition includes the extensive index by Marlianus (printed for the first time in 1480). Benedetto Fontana already published this edition in 1494, which also includes the books "De Bello Alexandrino", "De Bello Africo" and "De Bello Hispaniensi". - Visit o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2019-02-15 06:35:31
Pomponius Laetus
Venice: Bernardinum Venetu, 1499. Very Good Condition: Eighteenth century binding, quarter sheep with title in contemporary hand on spine, with a c.1920's typed description pastedown by a collector or dealer on front and back boards. Tissue leaf tipped onto first leaf. Some scattered wormholes (not affecting text), several mild marginal repairs. [INCUNABLE] LAETUS [LETO], POMPONIUS. Romanae Historiae Compendium. Venice. April 23, 1499. Bernardinum Venetu, (Printer). First edition. Very Rare History of Rome published posthumously in 1499. An attractive copy containing large decorated initials, a few marginal manuscript notations in a humanist latin hand. From the pastedown on front board, Laetus ... [was] an eminent Italian Antiquary and Grammarian, [who] died at Rome in 1498. He wrote the History of Rome, 1499 Venice; Life of Lucian, 1469 Rome; He reviewed and corrected many of the Classics; he wrote notes on the edition of Quintillian, which appeared at Venice 1494." Interestingly, this volume contains the very attractive bookplate also found in the Joseph Downs Bookplate collection identified as Peter Douw Beekman of New York State. Beekman was a Revolutionary War Veteran and Justice of the Peace in Albany, NY. During his later years he owned a large and stylish estate, which surely contained this title in the library.(1). The volume was recently purchased from the estate of a local book collector, a physician who purchased many European books while treating tuberculosis in Europe during the aftermath of WWI. Goff L24. HC 9830*. Pell Ms 7000 (6953). CIBN P-561. Arnoult … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: documentdave [Lawrence, Kansas, US]
2019-02-01 10:30:27
Coron Verlagsgesellschaft, 1499. Facsimile. Original Zustand - ungelesen - Limitierte Ausgabe 1495 Stück - Ausgabe Nr. 1158 - TOP ZUSTAND - siehe Bilder. Das Mirandola-Stundenbuch Text im Schmuckkarton der Coron Verlagsgesellschaft: "Coron-Exklusiv-Ausgabe Das Mirandola-Stundenbuch um 1499 Faksimile der Handschrift Add. 500002 der British Library, London, mit der Nachbildung eines zeitgenössischen Florentiner Prunkeinbandes aus der Biblioteca Laurenziana, Florenz. Einmalige, limitierte und numerierte Auflage von 1495 Exemplaren. Dieses Exemplar trägt die Nummer 1158." Text aus "Zum Einband des Faksimile" "Der Einband ist aus dunkelviolettem Samt gearbeitet, auf dem Beschläge appliziert sind. Das rhombische Medallion in der Mitte faßt einen großen ovalen Lapislazuli, die Eckbeschläge sind mit gemugelten Opalen verziert. Die beiden kunstvoll gearbeiteten Schließen werden von je einem kleinen Lapislazuli geschmückt. Der Buchblock ist mit dreiseitigem Goldschnitt versehen." Inhalt: Stundenbuch mit Prunkeinband, Schmuckaufbewahrungsbox, Kommentarband.
Bookseller: supellexshop [Bad Bevensen, DE]
2019-01-31 20:55:07
Ludolphus de Saxonia (Ludolf von Sachsen):
Zwolle, Peter van Os van Breda, 15. März, 1499. Zweispaltiges, 42-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einem altkoloriertem Holzschnitt (9,5 x 12,9 cm), rotgestrichenen Versalien und der Signatur "H i". Wasserzeichen "P". Blatt im Rand etwas fingerfleckig. Blattgröße: 19,3 x 27,3 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. - - - Der Predigt-Holzschnitt des namentlich unbekannten Haarlemer Holzschneiders (Haarlem woodcuter) liegt hier im 4. Abdruck vor. Die Holzschnitte des Haarlemer Meisters gehörten bis 1490 zu den feinsten Zeugnissen der Holzschneidekunst. Gegen Ende der 80-iger Jahre des 15. Jahrhunderts erschien der zweite "Star" der niederländischen Holzschneidekunst, Jacob Cornelius (Vita Lydwina). - - - Folgende 10 charakteristische Merkmale der Holzschnitte des Haarlemer Meisters werden von Schretlen und Defoer beschrieben: 1. Die Figuren haben große Augen und große Pupillen; 2. Die Holzschnitte weisen Details auf; 3. Die Personen tragen übertrieben welliges Haar; 4. Steine haben dicke Außenlinien, feine innere Schattenlinien und Punkte; 5. Plastische Rundungen werden durch parallele, kammartige Schattenlinien entlang der Außenlinie dargestellt; 6. Personen stehen nicht fest auf dem Boden, sondern scheinen über ihm zu schweben; 7. Die Personen bewegen sich und gestikulieren; 8. Es sind drei typische Baumformen vorhanden, solche mit runden, länglichen, fast natürlichen Formen und mit gepunkteten Strichen angedeuteten Blättern; 9. Die Personen haben schmale Körper und kleine Köpfe, wobei die Gesichter expressiv waren und "lebten"; 10. Die Holzschnittgröße hat immer ein Voll- oder Halb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
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2019-01-29 20:06:50
Ludolphus de Saxonia (Ludolf von Sachsen):
Zwolle, Peter van Os van Breda, 15. März, 1499. Zweispaltiges, 42-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einem altkoloriertem Holzschnitt (9,5 x 12,9 cm), rotgestrichenen Versalien und der Signatur "H i". Wasserzeichen "P". Blatt im Rand etwas fingerfleckig. Blattgröße: 19,3 x 27,3 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. - - - Der Predigt-Holzschnitt des namentlich unbekannten Haarlemer Holzschneiders (Haarlem woodcuter) liegt hier im 4. Abdruck vor. Die Holzschnitte des Haarlemer Meisters gehörten bis 1490 zu den feinsten Zeugnissen der Holzschneidekunst. Gegen Ende der 80-iger Jahre des 15. Jahrhunderts erschien der zweite "Star" der niederländischen Holzschneidekunst, Jacob Cornelius (Vita Lydwina). - - - Folgende 10 charakteristische Merkmale der Holzschnitte des Haarlemer Meisters werden von Schretlen und Defoer beschrieben: 1. Die Figuren haben große Augen und große Pupillen; 2. Die Holzschnitte weisen Details auf; 3. Die Personen tragen übertrieben welliges Haar; 4. Steine haben dicke Außenlinien, feine innere Schattenlinien und Punkte; 5. Plastische Rundungen werden durch parallele, kammartige Schattenlinien entlang der Außenlinie dargestellt; 6. Personen stehen nicht fest auf dem Boden, sondern scheinen über ihm zu schweben; 7. Die Personen bewegen sich und gestikulieren; 8. Es sind drei typische Baumformen vorhanden, solche mit runden, länglichen, fast natürlichen Formen und mit gepunkteten Strichen angedeuteten Blättern; 9. Die Personen haben schmale Körper und kleine Köpfe, wobei die Gesichter expressiv waren und "lebten"; 10. Die Holzschnittgröße hat immer ein Voll- oder Halb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2019-01-29 20:06:50
Ludolphus de Saxonia (Ludolf von Sachsen):
Zwolle, Peter van Os van Breda, 15. März, 1499. Zweispaltiges, 42-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einem altkoloriertem Holzschnitt (9,3 x 12,8 cm), einer 3-zeiligen Lombarde, rotgestrichenen Versalien und der Signatur "k iii". Wasserzeichen "P". Blatt im Rand etwas fingerfleckig. Blattgröße: 19,2 x 27,2 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. - - - Der Verheißungs-Holzschnitt des namentlich unbekannten Haarlemer Holzschneiders (Haarlem woodcuter) liegt hier im 4. Abdruck vor. Die Holzschnitte des Haarlemer Meisters gehörten bis 1490 zu den feinsten Zeugnissen der Holzschneidekunst. Gegen Ende der 80-iger Jahre des 15. Jahrhunderts erschien der zweite "Star" der niederländischen Holzschneidekunst, Jacob Cornelius (Vita Lydwina). - - - Folgende 10 charakteristische Merkmale der Holzschnitte des Haarlemer Meisters werden von Schretlen und Defoer beschrieben: 1. Die Figuren haben große Augen und große Pupillen; 2. Die Holzschnitte weisen Details auf; 3. Die Personen tragen übertrieben welliges Haar; 4. Steine haben dicke Außenlinien, feine innere Schattenlinien und Punkte; 5. Plastische Rundungen werden durch parallele, kammartige Schattenlinien entlang der Außenlinie dargestellt; 6. Personen stehen nicht fest auf dem Boden, sondern scheinen über ihm zu schweben; 7. Die Personen bewegen sich und gestikulieren; 8. Es sind drei typische Baumformen vorhanden, solche mit runden, länglichen, fast natürlichen Formen und mit gepunkteten Strichen angedeuteten Blättern; 9. Die Personen haben schmale Körper und kleine Köpfe, wobei die Gesichter expressiv waren und "lebten"; 10. Die Holzschnittgr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2019-01-29 19:49:43
Ludolphus de Saxonia (Ludolf von Sachsen):
Zwolle Peter van Os van Breda 15 März Type 8, 1499. Zweispaltiges, 42-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einem altkoloriertem Holzschnitt (9,3 x 12,8 cm), einer 3-zeiligen Lombarde, rotgestrichenen Versalien und der Signatur "k iii". Wasserzeichen "P". Blatt im Rand etwas fingerfleckig. Blattgröße: 19,2 x 27,2 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. - - - Der Verheißungs-Holzschnitt des namentlich unbekannten Haarlemer Holzschneiders (Haarlem woodcuter) liegt hier im 4. Abdruck vor. Die Holzschnitte des Haarlemer Meisters gehörten bis 1490 zu den feinsten Zeugnissen der Holzschneidekunst. Gegen Ende der 80-iger Jahre des 15. Jahrhunderts erschien der zweite "Star" der niederländischen Holzschneidekunst, Jacob Cornelius (Vita Lydwina). - - - Folgende 10 charakteristische Merkmale der Holzschnitte des Haarlemer Meisters werden von Schretlen und Defoer beschrieben: 1. Die Figuren haben große Augen und große Pupillen; 2. Die Holzschnitte weisen Details auf; 3. Die Personen tragen übertrieben welliges Haar; 4. Steine haben dicke Außenlinien, feine innere Schattenlinien und Punkte; 5. Plastische Rundungen werden durch parallele, kammartige Schattenlinien entlang der Außenlinie dargestellt; 6. Personen stehen nicht fest auf dem Boden, sondern scheinen über ihm zu schweben; 7. Die Personen bewegen sich und gestikulieren; 8. Es sind drei typische Baumformen vorhanden, solche mit runden, länglichen, fast natürlichen Formen und mit gepunkteten Strichen angedeuteten Blättern; 9. Die Personen haben schmale Körper und kleine Köpfe, wobei die Gesichter expressiv waren und "lebten"; 10. Die Holzschni … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
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2018-12-11 09:14:22
Persius
Venice: Johannes Tacuinus, de Tridino. Good antiquarian, see listing for complete details. Persius's Satyres, 1499 Incunabula Edition In Beautiful Parchment Manuscript Binding.
Bookseller: greekdrama [Toronto, Ontario, CA]
2018-11-23 02:48:32
COLONNA, Francesco
Venice, Aldus Manutius for Leonardus Crassus December 1499. Folio (301 x 200 mm.), 234 leaves. Collation: ?4, a-y8, z10, A-E8, F4: ?1r title HYPNEROTOMACHIA POLIPHILI . , ?1v dedicatory letter in Latin by Leonardo Crasso to Guidobaldo da Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino, ?2r laudatory Latin poem addressed to Crasso by Giovanni Baptista Scyta, unsigned synopsis of the work in Latin distichs, Italian prose and Italian trecets, ?4v epigrams by Andreas Maro Brixianus; a1r Book I, A1r Book II, F4r errata and colophon; 172 woodcuts in the text, 11 full page, 39 woodcut chapter initials. The misprint "Saneque" on a1r corrected in manuscript, uncorrected misprint signature E1 at the begining of quire C. Late XIX century dark brown morocco richly gilt in the style of XVI century bindings signed by Gruel, gilt edges, brown morocco pastedown with gilt decorations, purple silk flyleaves. Provenance: Laurent Meeûs (ex libris). A very good copy. First edition of the most magnificently illustrated book of the Italian Renaissance. The text is ?an enigmatic tale of love lost and regained, presented in two versions and written in"an extraordinary exotic Latinate vernacular, a language never spoken and never again attempted in Latin literature" (Martin Davies, Aldus Manutius, 1995, p.37). The Polifilo has inspired a body of commentary and conjecture disproportionate to its literary merit. From the title, a coniage meaning ?a struggle of love in a dream by the lover of Poliato the oneiric illustrations and text dense with classical allusions, the work has evoked almost as many interpretations as in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MEDA RIQUIER RARE BOOKS LTD [london, United Kingdom]
2018-11-20 17:18:40
Burke, Virginia
London: Condition: Very Good. Can't find what you're looking for? Shop by Price £2.99 £3.00 - £4.49 £4.50 - £6.99 £7.00 - £11.99 £12.00+ Shop pages Home page Payment Delivery Customer Service About the seller Need help? Send an eBay message Newsletter Add World of Books to your favourites and receive email newsletters about special promotions! General Interest Walkerswood Caribbean Kitchen Product Details: Category: Books ISBN: 085941986X Title: Walkerswood Caribbean Kitchen The Cheap Fast Free Post Author: Burke, Virginia Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd Year Published: 2001 Number of Pages: 80 Book Binding: Paperback Prizes: N/A Book Condition: VERYGOOD SKU: GOR001178235 Item description Please note, the image is for illustrative purposes only, actual book cover, binding and edition may vary. Payment Delivery Customer Service About Us Unfortunately we are currently unable to provide combined shipping rates. Please note we can ONLY accept payments through PayPal. The average shipping times for our orders are as follows: UK: 3-10 Working Days Europe: 5-18 Working Days North America: 5-30 Working Days Rest of World: 5-30 Working Days If ordering within the UK please allow the maximum 10 business days before contacting us with regards to delivery, once this has passed please get in touch with us so that we can help you. World of Books Ltd offer a 100% money back guarantee. We are committed to ensuring each customer is entirely satisfied with their puchase and our service. If you have any issues or concerns please contact our customer service team and they will be more than hap … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: World of Books Ltd [GB]
2018-11-15 17:39:47
ROJAS, Fernando de (d. 1541)
Bernardino Bindoni, 1499. With illustrations formed from the varying rearrangements of five small distinct blocks 8vo (139x99 mm). CXIX, [1 blank] leaves. Signatures: A-P8. With a large woodcut on the title page and 16 smaller vignettes in text (one repeated). Italic type. Later light brown/green morocco, richly gilt spine with five raised bands, panels within a triple gilt fillet, gilt edges. On the front pastedown the stamp of Lauria, Paris. Bottom of title page and following leaf slightly stained, small loss of paper in the lower outer corner of l. LXXII not affecting the text. A very good copy. EARLY VENETIAN EDITION of one of the great works of Spanish literature in its Italian version by Alfonso Ordoñez who dedicates his translation to Madonna Feltria da Campofregoso. The Comedia de Calisto y Melibea of Fernando de Rojas, also known as Celestina, after the character of the same name, was first printed in Burgos in 1499. The first Italian edition was issued in Rome in 1506 and reprinted several times during the 16th century. The title woodcut, showing the main characters of the dialogues, had previously been used in the Stefano Nicolini da Sabio editions and derives from the first octavo edition (Seville [i.e. Venice], May 1523). 11 of the 16 illustrations are formed from the varying rearrangements of five small distinct blocks, each of which portrays either a human figure or a landscape feature. Edit 16, CNCE47620; Sanders, 1910 (1534 edition); Essling, 2055; Palau, 51194..
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2018-11-03 17:10:22
ROJAS, Fernando de (d. 1541)
Bernardino Bindoni. With illustrations formed from the varying rearrangements of five small distinct blocks 8vo (139x99 mm). CXIX, [1 blank] leaves. Signatures: A-P8. With a large woodcut on the title page and 16 smaller vignettes in text (one repeated). Italic type. Contemporary light brown/green morocco, richly gilt spine with five raised bands, panels within a triple gilt fillet, gilt edges. On the front pastedown the stamp of Lauria, Paris. Bottom of title page and following leaf slightly stained, small loss of paper in the lower outer corner of l. LXXII not affecting the text. A very good copy. EARLY VENETIAN EDITION of one of the great works of Spanish literature in its Italian version by Alfonso Ordoñez who dedicates his translation to Madonna Feltria da Campofregoso. The Comedia de Calisto y Melibea of Fernando de Rojas, also known as Celestina, after the character of the same name, was first printed in Burgos in 1499. The first Italian edition was issued in Rome in 1506 and reprinted several times during the 16th century. The title woodcut, showing the main characters of the dialogues, had previously been used in the Stefano Nicolini da Sabio editions and derives from the first octavo edition (Seville [i.e. Venice], May 1523). 11 of the 16 illustrations are formed from the varying rearrangements of five small distinct blocks, each of which portrays either a human figure or a landscape feature. Edit 16, CNCE47620; Sanders, 1910 (1534 edition); Essling, 2055; Palau, 51194..
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2018-11-03 06:46:33
[Strasbourg]: [Printer of the 1483 Jordanus de Quedlinburg (i.e., Georg Husner)], 1499. Folio (27.5 cm, 10.75"). [8], XCIII, [1] ff. (the last leaf blank and missing here). Preaching is work, and for some it is hard work that can be made less hard with the use of preaching aids, such as published sermons that can be cribbed in whole or in part, collections of fables and stories with moral lessons to be woven into a sermon, lives of saints to provide inspiration to the congregation, Bible commentary to illuminate a point being made, and so forth. In the late 13th or early 14th century, either in England or somewhere on the European continent, someone or some people compiled one such preaching aid, a volume of exempla (moralizing or illustrative stories) we now know as Gesta romanorum. The demand for this work, whether in aid of preaching or simply because it was "a good read," is attested to by its 25 printed editions in Latin, French, German, and Dutch produced between 1473 and 1501. And its significance does not end with its service in aiding preachers and those "just" wanting a good story, for various of its tales were => sources for Chaucer (Man of Law's Tale), Gower (the story of Darius and his three sons), Hoccleve (the story about Apollonius of Tyre), Shakespeare (Merchant of Venice, King Lear), and other medieval and Renaissance writers. The compiler(s) of Gesta romanorum cast such a wide net for its contents that it contains two stories about => chess (chapters 166, "De ludo schacorum," and 178, "De omnium divitiarum matre, providentia"), bringing the book int … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [U.S.A.]
2018-10-08 06:44:59
ALBERTUS MAGNUS, RUDOLF VON LANGEN
Heinrich Quentel. Muy Bien. Encuadernación de tapa dura. 1ª Edición. Colonie. Heinrich Quentel. Rudolf Von Langen. 1499. Millesino quadringentesimo nonagesímonono. Piel con ruedas y dorados, bella encuardenación y muy posiblemente de alguien importante de la época. 21X14. Numeración paginas: 160h = aa8, bb4, c&8, dd4, a8, b4, c8, d4, e8, f4, g8, h4, i8, k4, l8, m4, n8, o4, p8, q4, r8, s4, t8, v4, x8, y ó z4. Libro de la Mujer Fuerte. Raríssimo Incunable con letra gótica y romana la mayor parte romana del Gran e Inteligente Albertus Magnus. Ref 30 Bbilioteca A.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques, Sr. Marc Castro Clop Biblióf [ES]
2018-10-01 08:03:53
BADIUS, Josse
Incunabula printing of the twelve books of Epistolarum of Politianus! Josse Badius was a 15th-century printer known for his pioneering contributions to the print industry. Most of his works were published in France, of which he edited and collected popular works. This work, 'Illustrium Virorum epistole', is a collection of writings including the famous Angelo Poliziano. Bosse lists a total of 37 authors included in this work; however, this collection consists primarily of letters by, or addressed to, Poliziano and Ermolao Barbaro. Both of these two Italian Renaissance scholars had a profound influence on philosophy, including their commentary on classical works such as Aristotle, Virgil, and Homer. Other names include Mirandola, Lorenzo Medici, and Aldo Manuzio. This 1499 edition was published in Lyon and printed by Nicolaus Wolff. It is complete in all respects, with each leaf of the 84 pages accounted for, including the final blank. This. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-06 21:49:38
1499. Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Downtown Books Milwaukee [Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US]
2018-08-31 21:33:44
BADIUS, Josse
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Incunabula printing of the twelve books of Epistolarum of Politianus! Josse Badius was a 15th-century printer known for his pioneering contributions to the print industry. Most of his works were published in France, of which he edited and collected popular works. This work, 'Illustrium Virorum epistole', is a collection of writings including the famous Angelo Poliziano. Bosse lists a total of 37 authors included in this work; however, this collection consists primarily of letters by, or addressed to, Poliziano and Ermolao Barbaro. Both of these two Italian Renaissance scholars had a profound influence on philosophy, including their commentary on classical works such as Aristotle, Virgil, and Homer. Other names include Mirandola, Lorenzo Medici, and Aldo Manuzio. This 1499 edition was published in Lyon and printed by Nicolaus Wolff. It is complete in all respects, with each leaf of the 84 pages accounted for, including the final blank. This. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-07-19 08:06:01
Persius, Flaccus Aulus
Venice: Johannes Tacuinus, de Tridino, 1499. Venice: Johannes Tacuinus, de Tridino. Good with no dust jacket. 1499. Vellum. [i], 63, [i] ff. A1 has woodcult engraving showing Persius at a desk, flanked by Cornutus on his right, and Britannicus and Fontius on his left, all commenting away with their pens. The book is a 4to, measuring 11.75" tall bound in old manuscript on parchment with renewed vellum spine with new label. Manuscript has red initials including some fine penwork but is quite age darkened and worn but refurbished. Interior new end pages. Original blanks are present with extensive contemporary notes in brown ink, both blanks have been repaired and remounted. A1 with the woodcut has been repaired and has some darkening. Worming at the top edge has been silked in a number of pages with some occasional minor text loss, some darkening and reddish spotting throughout . Colophon page has darkening as well as some very old marginal scribbling with a few ink splots, bottom corner of colophon page has been restored. Colophon itself has been colored in with old brown ink, last blank restored. An aged but still very handsome incunable with a wonderful old binding, beautiful engraving of the author and his commentors and a wonderful colophon showing the date November 4, 1499. ISTC ipoo362000. Text surrounded by commentary on 60 lines. Persius (34 AD-62 AD) was a Roman poet and an Etruscan, who admired the Stoic view of life. His works were published after his death by Cornutus and were popular into the Middle Ages. The Editio Princeps of Persiu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Leaf and Stone Books [Canada]
2018-07-10 12:54:55
VORAGINE Jacobus (da)
[Colophon:] Expliciunt Sermones quadragesi-|males Eximij Doctoris fr[at]riis Jacobi de Voragine . Impressi Papie cura ac i[m]pensis Jacob de Paucis drapis de | burgofrancho die 2 de septe[m]bris 1499. [Pavia 1499]. In-8, ff. (10), 117, (1 bianca). Segnatura 2a5; 2a-2p4. Carattere gotico, testo bicolonnato a 51 righe per pagina. Al recto del primo foglio, sotto il titolo, figura in legno. Al v. di f. 117, marca tipografica su fondo nero. Legatura in pergamena, titolo in oro al dorso, sguardie rinnovate. Bell'esemplare. Rara impressione pavese del terzo volume dei sermoni di Jacopo da Varazze, fatta coi tipi di Iacopo da Burgofranco, tipografo di origini mantovane attivo a Pavia tra il 1490 e il 1525, dove fu anche bidello di quell'Università. Il legno di composta eleganza che appare al verso del primo foglio (98x71 mm.), raffigurante un vescovo dal pulpito con mitra e numeroso auditorio discente, è lo stesso, leggermente ridotto, utilizzato nell'edizione di Venezia del 1497 descritta da Le Duc de Rivoli (pag. 194). Bibliografia: BMC, VII, 1019; Goff J-201. Intorno al pavese tipografo si veda V. Scholderer, Jacob de Paucis Drapis de Burgofranco, in "Studi bibliografici", Firenze, 1967, pp. 213-217. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2018-07-05 06:27:13
THEMISTIUS PERIPATETICUS (THEMISTIOS). - [A KEY PUBLICATION OF THE RENAISSANCE]
[On the final colophon:] Venice, Bartholomeus de de Zanis for Octavianus Scotus, 1499. [at the end of first leaf and of each section: Vale. Venetiis. 1480, except for the second last (de Insoniis, which says: Vale. Venetiis. 1478). Small folio. Nice, elegant late 18th century half calf. Binding with a few traces of wear. A very nice, clean, and fresh copy with just a bit of light dampstaining to upper margin of about 20 leaves. Numerous pretty, woodcut initials throughout. Woodcut printer's devise to colophon. Last leaves with tiny, barely noticeable wormhole. Contemporary handwritten inscription to title-page: "Ex libris advocati Dunis = 1480". (1), 115 ff. (pagination erroneous at end: 113, 116, 114). Without final blank. ¶ The very rare second printing of Ermolao Barbaro's seminal Latin translation of Themistios' paraphrases of Aristotle's "Posterior Analytics", "Physics", "De Anima", "On Memory", and "On Dreams", a groundbreaking key text of the Renaissance, "which opened a new period in the interpretation of the Greek philosopher [i.e. Aristotle]" (Lohr, p. 25). The work was partly responsible for the development of Renaissance Aristotelianism and thus Renaissance thought in general. The combination of the fact that we here have the paraphrases by one of the greatest ancient Greek commentators of the key texts of the most significant philosopher of all times, rendered into Latin by perhaps the most significant translator of the period and printed at the most crucial time for the development of early modern thought, makes this one of the most significant philosophical p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-25 15:40:42
SCRIPTORES ASTRONOMICI VETERES]. Edizione Aldina
ALDO MANUZIO. Legatura settecentesca in pergamena con dorso rifatto; allo stesso, autore, titolo e data in oro su tassello rosso preservato e quindi coevo alla legatura; guardie marmorizzate. Contenuto in scatola moderna in mezza pelle e carta decorata. Al verso della carta di guardia anteriore, ex-libris " Il Principe di Soragna", un discendente dell'antico Principato situato nelle vicinanze di Parma. 1 carta bianca settecentesca; 376 carte non numerate, di cui 2 bianche, l'ultima carta con colophon al recto e bianco il verso; 1 carta bianca settecentesca finale. Segnatura: Sign.: *6, a-g10, h12, aa-hh10, ii-kk8, A-D10, E12, F6, G-M10, N6, N-S10, T8. Types: 114R e 115R, 114Gr. Caratteri romani e greci. All'interno, alcuni diagrammi silografati alla prima parte, 39 bellissime silografie nell'Aratus Latinus, raffiguranti pianeti, costellazioni e segni zodiacali. Prima edizione in incunabolo di questa straordinaria raccolta collettiva di testi astronomici di celebri autori greci e latini, pubblicati dal grande tipografo veneziano Aldo Manuzio. L'opera di Aratus compare in prima edizione, mentre il De Nativitatibus di Firmicus Maternus è in seconda edizione. I testi restanti erano già stati pubblicati più volte. Il testo di Firmico qui si presenta in una lezione filologicamente molto accurata, con numerose varianti testuali rispetto alla princeps del 1497. Le illustrazioni provengono in buona parte dall'edizione di Antonio di Strada del 1488 (IGI 1131); ma alla carta c.H6r la xilografia raffigurante le Pleiadi rivela chiaramente lo stile dell'incisore dei legni del celebre Pol … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-06-13 15:09:11
BERSE, Gaspar, Francis XAVIER et al.].
, . . Ad 1: De Backer & Sommervogel I, col. cols. 996-997; Bibl. Belg. II, p. 267 (E14); Floor, The Persian Gulf, p. 18 note; ad 2: Machiels G-87; NNBW III, col. 3403. Ad 1: Third edition of a collection of 19 letters from missionaries in the East, mostly the East Indies but also including letters from Gaspar Berse from Hormuz Island, mentioning the island's religion, customs, its relation with Arabia etc., and noting that the island is especially kwon for its trade - during the trading season you could find people from all over the world. Beside Gaspar Berse (4), the volume also includes letters from: Franciscus Xavier (1), Henricus Henriquez (2), Antonius Quadrus (2), Michael Barulus (1), Arius Bandonius (1), Ludovicus Frois (3), Emanuel Tesceira (1), Joannes Meschita (2), Jacobus Navarchus (1) and Joannes Berra (1). They mainly concern India and the mission on the Indian coasts, containing invaluable information on the activities of the Jesuits in the region.A second part containing the letters on Japan was separately published in the same year, but is not included here.Ad 2: First and only edition of a theological work by Johannes Garetus (1499-1571) on the invocation of the saints in heaven, written in a period of growing Protestantism.With an owner's inscription on flyleaf dated 1571 and a library stamp on title-page ("Asien's Gesch"). A very good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-05-26 20:50:36
BADIUS, Josse
1499 Josse Badius Letters Epistolae Poliziano Barbaro Aldus Lyon Wolff Incunable Incunabula printing of the twelve books of Epistolarum of Politianus! Josse Badius was a 15th-century printer known for his pioneering contributions to the print industry. Most of his works were published in France, of which he edited and collected popular works. This work, ‘Illustrium Virorum epistole’, is a collection of writings including the famous Angelo Poliziano. Bosse lists a total of 37 authors included in this work; however, this collection consists primarily of letters by, or addressed to, Poliziano and Ermolao Barbaro. Both of these two Italian Renaissance scholars had a profound influence on philosophy, including their commentary on classical works such as Aristotle, Virgil, and Homer. Other names include Mirandola, Lorenzo Medici, and Aldo Manuzio. This 1499 edition was published in Lyon and printed by Nicolaus Wolff. It is complete in all respects, with each leaf of the 84 pages accounted for, including the final blank. This Item number: #3332 Price: $4950 BADIUS, Josse Illustrium viroru[m] epistole [Lyon] : In officina Nicolai Vvolf Lutrien[sis], anno a natali christiano.M.ccccxcix. ad Idus Februarias [13 Feb. 1499] Details: • Collation: Complete with all 84 leaves o Signatures: a-o⁶ • References: GW 9368; Hain-Copinger 6662; Goff E 98; ISTC 888200; FB 83453; Hillard 771 • Language: Latin • Binding: Vellum; tight & secure • Size: ~11.25in X 8.5in (28.5cm x 21.5cm) • Exceedingly rare with no other example for sale worldwide Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-04-30 08:07:15
JOHANNES DE AQUILA, with the collaboration of DANIEL VINCENTINUS
Venice: Petrus de Quarengiis, Bergomensis, for Alexander Calcedonius, 1499. Second Edition. 160 x 107 mm. (6 1/4 x 4 1/4"). [330] leaves. With the final blank. Edited by Benedictus Brixianus. Second Edition. Contemporary red-stained pigskin by the Cistercian Monastery at Walderbach, cover with blind-tooled frame stamped with rosettes and charming winged dragons (EBDB s020199), with brass bosses at corners and center (three of these renewed), raised bands, spine rebacked to style, brass fore-edge clasp. Rubricated in red, numerous red initials with swirling extensions, three woodcut initials, one of these hand-colored in blue, yellow, and pink, and a woodcut of the Archangel Gabriel on title page. With early inscription of M Joh[ann] Leonh[ard] Weiss, and bookplates of Pauli Menso and Paul Schmidt. Goff J-252; BMC V, 514. Two small holes and a couple of light abrasions to lower cover, title page a little soiled and first quire a bit browned, a couple of leaves with two-inch ink smears, touching but not obscuring text, isolated marginal thumbing, freckled foxing, or other insignificant imperfections, otherwise A FINE COPY, clean, crisp, and bright internally, and the restored binding solid and with much antique charm.This pleasing small-format incunable contains a collection of Lenten sermons in a binding that, by the fanciful winged dragon stamp that appears on the covers, can be attributed to the Cistercian Abbey in Walderbach. According to EBDB, Kloster Walderbach, founded in 1143, had a bindery that was active between 1478 and 1504. Blind-stamped pigskin with … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2018-04-22 07:25:35
BRANT, Sebastian.
(Basel, Johann Bergmann von Olpe, (12 Feb.) 1499. With 103 (of 114) spirited large woodcuts incl. title-woodcut, mostly attributed to Albrecht Dürer and the Haintz Narr Master, a.o. and with elaborate ornamented and historiated woodcut borders on both sides on each page. Gothic type. 30 lines. 147 (of 164 unn.) leaves. Small 4to (197 x 145 mm). Contemporary stiff ms. vellum, with 2 ties (joints slightly split). In a cloth box. (Basel, Johann Bergmann von Olpe, (12 Feb.) 1499. First published in German in 1494 this is a milestone in the history of book illustrations with many woodcuts by Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), printed from the original blocks. Sebastian Brant's (1457-1521) work is present here in a rare (incomplete) third German edition printed by the original publisher. In splendid collaboration with this humanist- printer Johann Bergmann of Olpe, the Basel editions of the "Ship of Fools" have turned out as a "remarkably complete mirror of human life", based upon the "very universality of Brant's self-righteous surliness...and the picturesqueness of his metaphors" (Panofsky). The illustrations of human weakness in large woodcuts by the young Dürer and the Haintz Narr Master, a.o. are printed from the original blocks. Before Goethe's Werther arrived on the scene, this work was the most successful book ever published in Germany, immensely popular and read until it fell to pieces. This is one of literature's most famous satires and a remarkable illustrated book. Sebastian Brant describes in his "Ship of Fools" the voyage of a ship bearing 100 fools, to the fools' paradis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2018-04-20 20:00:32
BRANT, Sebastian.
(Basel, Johann Bergmann von Olpe, (12 Feb.) 1499. With 103 (of 114) spirited large woodcuts incl. title-woodcut, mostly attributed to Albrecht Dürer and the Haintz Narr Master, a.o. and with elaborate ornamented and historiated woodcut borders on both sides on each page. Gothic type. 30 lines. 147 (of 164 unn.) leaves. Small 4to (197 x 145 mm). Contemporary stiff ms. vellum, with 2 ties (joints slightly split). In a cloth box. (Basel, Johann Bergmann von Olpe, (12 Feb.) 1499. First published in German in 1494 this is a milestone in the history of book illustrations with many woodcuts by Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), printed from the original blocks. Sebastian Brant's (1457-1521) work is present here in a rare (incomplete) third German edition printed by the original publisher. In splendid collaboration with this humanist- printer Johann Bergmann of Olpe, the Basel editions of the "Ship of Fools" have turned out as a "remarkably complete mirror of human life", based upon the "very universality of Brant's self-righteous surliness...and the picturesqueness of his metaphors" (Panofsky). The illustrations of human weakness in large woodcuts by the young Dürer and the Haintz Narr Master, a.o. are printed from the original blocks. Before Goethe's Werther arrived on the scene, this work was the most successful book ever published in Germany, immensely popular and read until it fell to pieces. This is one of literature's most famous satires and a remarkable illustrated book. Sebastian Brant describes in his "Ship of Fools" the voyage of a ship bearing 100 fools, to the fools' paradis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2018-04-17 20:19:05
Ludolphus de Saxonia (Ludolf von Sachsen):
Zwolle Peter van Os van Breda 15 März Type 8, 1499. Zweispaltiges, 42-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einem altkoloriertem Holzschnitt (9,2 x 12,9 cm), einer 3-zeiligen roten Lombarde, rotgestrichenen Versalien und der handschriftlich eingetragenen Signatur "l iii". Wasserzeichen "P". Blatt im Rand mit Knickfalte, Faltungen und kleiner Fehlstelle. Blattgröße: 18,7 x 27,4 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. - - - Der Tauf-Holzschnitt des namentlich unbekannten Haarlemer Holzschneiders (Haarlem woodcuter) liegt hier im 4. Abdruck vor und wird von Prof. Henri Defoer eindeutig dem Haarlemer Meister zugeschrieben (Defoer 2017,51). Die Holzschnitte des Haarlemer Meisters gehörten bis 1490 zu den feinsten Zeugnissen der Holzschneidekunst. Gegen Ende der 80-iger Jahre des 15. Jahrhunderts erschien der zweite "Star" der niederländischen Holzschneidekunst, Jacob Cornelius (Vita Lydwina). - - - Folgende 10 charakteristische Merkmale der Holzschnitte des Haarlemer Meisters werden von Schretlen und Defoer beschrieben: 1. Die Figuren haben große Augen und große Pupillen; 2. Die Holzschnitte weisen Details auf; 3. Die Personen tragen übertrieben welliges Haar; 4. Steine haben dicke Außenlinien, feine innere Schattenlinien und Punkte; 5. Plastische Rundungen werden durch parallele, kammartige Schattenlinien entlang der Außenlinie dargestellt; 6. Personen stehen nicht fest auf dem Boden, sondern scheinen über ihm zu schweben; 7. Die Personen bewegen sich und gestikulieren; 8. Es sind drei typische Baumformen vorhanden, solche mit runden, länglichen, fast natürlichen Formen und mit gepunkteten S … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2018-04-01 20:30:39
JOHANNES DE AQUILA, with the collaboration of DANIEL VINCENTINUS
Venice: Petrus de Quarengiis, Bergomensis, for Alexander Calcedonius, 1499. Second Edition. 160 x 107 mm. (6 1/4 x 4 1/4"). [330] leaves. With the final blank. Edited by Benedictus Brixianus. Second Edition. Contemporary red-stained pigskin by the Cistercian Monastery at Walderbach, cover with blind-tooled frame stamped with rosettes and charming winged dragons (EBDB s020199), with brass bosses at corners and center (three of these renewed), raised bands, spine rebacked to style, brass fore-edge clasp. Rubricated in red, numerous red initials with swirling extensions, three woodcut initials, one of these hand-colored in blue, yellow, and pink, and a woodcut of the Archangel Gabriel on title page. With early inscription of M Joh[ann] Leonh[ard] Weiss, and bookplates of Pauli Menso and Paul Schmidt. Goff J-252; BMC V, 514. Two small holes and a couple of light abrasions to lower cover, title page a little soiled and first quire a bit browned, a couple of leaves with two-inch ink smears, touching but not obscuring text, isolated marginal thumbing, freckled foxing, or other insignificant imperfections, otherwise A FINE COPY, clean, crisp, and bright internally, and the restored binding solid and with much antique charm.This pleasing small-format incunable contains a collection of Lenten sermons in a binding that, by the fanciful winged dragon stamp that appears on the covers, can be attributed to the Cistercian Abbey in Walderbach. According to EBDB, Kloster Walderbach, founded in 1143, had a bindery that was active between 1478 and 1504. Blind-stamped pigskin with … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2018-03-16 07:37:50
JOHANNES DE AQUILA, with the collaboration of DANIEL VINCENTINUS
Venice: Petrus de Quarengiis, Bergomensis, for Alexander Calcedonius, 1499. Second Edition. 160 x 107 mm. (6 1/4 x 4 1/4"). [330] leaves. With the final blank. Edited by Benedictus Brixianus. Second Edition. Contemporary red-stained pigskin by the Cistercian Monastery at Walderbach, cover with blind-tooled frame stamped with rosettes and charming winged dragons (EBDB s020199), with brass bosses at corners and center (three of these renewed), raised bands, spine rebacked to style, brass fore-edge clasp. Rubricated in red, numerous red initials with swirling extensions, three woodcut initials, one of these hand-colored in blue, yellow, and pink, and a woodcut of the Archangel Gabriel on title page. With early inscription of M Joh[ann] Leonh[ard] Weiss, and bookplates of Pauli Menso and Paul Schmidt. Goff J-252; BMC V, 514. Two small holes and a couple of light abrasions to lower cover, title page a little soiled and first quire a bit browned, a couple of leaves with two-inch ink smears, touching but not obscuring text, isolated marginal thumbing, freckled foxing, or other insignificant imperfections, otherwise A FINE COPY, clean, crisp, and bright internally, and the restored binding solid and with much antique charm.This pleasing small-format incunable contains a collection of Lenten sermons in a binding that, by the fanciful winged dragon stamp that appears on the covers, can be attributed to the Cistercian Abbey in Walderbach. According to EBDB, Kloster Walderbach, founded in 1143, had a bindery that was active between 1478 and 1504. Blind-stamped pigskin with … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2018-03-07 09:02:09
JOHANNES DE AQUILA, with the collaboration of DANIEL VINCENTINUS
Venice: Petrus de Quarengiis, Bergomensis, for Alexander Calcedonius, 1499. Second Edition. 160 x 107 mm. (6 1/4 x 4 1/4"). [330] leaves. With the final blank. Edited by Benedictus Brixianus. Second Edition. Contemporary red-stained pigskin by the Cistercian Monastery at Walderbach, cover with blind-tooled frame stamped with rosettes and charming winged dragons (EBDB s020199), with brass bosses at corners and center (three of these renewed), raised bands, spine rebacked to style, brass fore-edge clasp. Rubricated in red, numerous red initials with swirling extensions, three woodcut initials, one of these hand-colored in blue, yellow, and pink, and a woodcut of the Archangel Gabriel on title page. With early inscription of M Joh[ann] Leonh[ard] Weiss, and bookplates of Pauli Menso and Paul Schmidt. Goff J-252; BMC V, 514. Two small holes and a couple of light abrasions to lower cover, title page a little soiled and first quire a bit browned, a couple of leaves with two-inch ink smears, touching but not obscuring text, isolated marginal thumbing, freckled foxing, or other insignificant imperfections, otherwise A FINE COPY, clean, crisp, and bright internally, and the restored binding solid and with much antique charm.This pleasing small-format incunable contains a collection of Lenten sermons in a binding that, by the fanciful winged dragon stamp that appears on the covers, can be attributed to the Cistercian Abbey in Walderbach. According to EBDB, Kloster Walderbach, founded in 1143, had a bindery that was active between 1478 and 1504. Blind-stamped pigskin with … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [US]
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2018-03-05 06:47:47
JOHANNES DE AQUILA, with the collaboration of DANIEL VINCENTINUS
Venice: Petrus de Quarengiis, Bergomensis, for Alexander Calcedonius, 1499. Second Edition. 160 x 107 mm. (6 1/4 x 4 1/4"). [330] leaves. With the final blank. Edited by Benedictus Brixianus. Second Edition. Contemporary red-stained pigskin by the Cistercian Monastery at Walderbach, cover with blind-tooled frame stamped with rosettes and charming winged dragons (EBDB s020199), with brass bosses at corners and center (three of these renewed), raised bands, spine rebacked to style, brass fore-edge clasp. Rubricated in red, numerous red initials with swirling extensions, three woodcut initials, one of these hand-colored in blue, yellow, and pink, and a woodcut of the Archangel Gabriel on title page. With early inscription of M Joh[ann] Leonh[ard] Weiss, and bookplates of Pauli Menso and Paul Schmidt. Goff J-252; BMC V, 514. Two small holes and a couple of light abrasions to lower cover, title page a little soiled and first quire a bit browned, a couple of leaves with two-inch ink smears, touching but not obscuring text, isolated marginal thumbing, freckled foxing, or other insignificant imperfections, otherwise A FINE COPY, clean, crisp, and bright internally, and the restored binding solid and with much antique charm. This pleasing small-format incunable contains a collection of Lenten sermons in a binding that, by the fanciful winged dragon stamp that appears on the covers, can be attributed to the Cistercian Abbey in Walderbach. According to EBDB, Kloster Walderbach, founded in 1143, had a bindery that was active between 1478 and 1504. Blind-stamped pigskin with bras … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
2018-03-01 21:26:57
JOHANNES DE AQUILA, with the collaboration of DANIEL VINCENTINUS
Venice: Petrus de Quarengiis, Bergomensis, for Alexander Calcedonius, 1499. Second Edition. 160 x 107 mm. (6 1/4 x 4 1/4"). [330] leaves. With the final blank. Edited by Benedictus Brixianus. Second Edition. Contemporary red-stained pigskin by the Cistercian Monastery at Walderbach, cover with blind-tooled frame stamped with rosettes and charming winged dragons (EBDB s020199), with brass bosses at corners and center (three of these renewed), raised bands, spine rebacked to style, brass fore-edge clasp. Rubricated in red, numerous red initials with swirling extensions, three woodcut initials, one of these hand-colored in blue, yellow, and pink, and a woodcut of the Archangel Gabriel on title page. With early inscription of M Joh[ann] Leonh[ard] Weiss, and bookplates of Pauli Menso and Paul Schmidt. Goff J-252; BMC V, 514. Two small holes and a couple of light abrasions to lower cover, title page a little soiled and first quire a bit browned, a couple of leaves with two-inch ink smears, touching but not obscuring text, isolated marginal thumbing, freckled foxing, or other insignificant imperfections, otherwise A FINE COPY, clean, crisp, and bright internally, and the restored binding solid and with much antique charm. This pleasing small-format incunable contains a collection of Lenten sermons in a binding that, by the fanciful winged dragon stamp that appears on the covers, can be attributed to the Cistercian Abbey in Walderbach. According to EBDB, Kloster Walderbach, founded in 1143, had a bindery that was active between 1478 and 1504. Blind-stamped pigskin with bras … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2018-02-23 06:49:31
POLIZIANO (Angelo).
(à la fin:) (Lyon), in officina Nicolai Wolf Lutriensis, 1499. 84 feuillets (29x21cm). Vélin moderne. Réparations à la page de titre et au dernier feuillet. Rousseurs. Quelques petites mouillures. Rare incunable humaniste lyonnais. Recueil de lettres compilé par le célèbre humaniste florentin Angelo Poliziano qui contient la correspondances plus grands humanistes italiens de cette époque, comme Pic de la Mirandole, Aldo Manuzio, Lorenzo de Medici, Filippo Beroaldo, etc., avec les réponses de Poliziano. Annotations anciennes. Italia. Humanisme.
Bookseller: Ultimo Capitulo S.L. [Spain, Barcelona]
2018-02-22 17:53:19
[BERSE, Gaspar, Francis XAVIER et al.].
Ad 1: De Backer & Sommervogel I, col. cols. 996-997; Bibl. Belg. II, p. 267 (E14); Floor, The Persian Gulf, p. 18 note; ad 2: Machiels G-87; NNBW III, col. 3403. Ad 1: Third edition of a collection of 19 letters from missionaries in the East, mostly the East Indies but also including letters from Gaspar Berse from Hormuz Island, mentioning the island's religion, customs, its relation with Arabia etc., and noting that the island is especially kwon for its trade - during the trading season you could find people from all over the world. Beside Gaspar Berse (4), the volume also includes letters from: Franciscus Xavier (1), Henricus Henriquez (2), Antonius Quadrus (2), Michael Barulus (1), Arius Bandonius (1), Ludovicus Frois (3), Emanuel Tesceira (1), Joannes Meschita (2), Jacobus Navarchus (1) and Joannes Berra (1). They mainly concern India and the mission on the Indian coasts, containing invaluable information on the activities of the Jesuits in the region.A second part containing the letters on Japan was separately published in the same year, but is not included here.Ad 2: First and only edition of a theological work by Johannes Garetus (1499-1571) on the invocation of the saints in heaven, written in a period of growing Protestantism.With an owner's inscription on flyleaf dated 1571 and a library stamp on title-page ("Asien's Gesch"). A very good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-02-22 17:53:19
BERSE, Gaspar, Francis XAVIER et al.].
Ad 1: De Backer & Sommervogel I, col. cols. 996-997; Bibl. Belg. II, p. 267 (E14); Floor, The Persian Gulf, p. 18 note; ad 2: Machiels G-87; NNBW III, col. 3403. Ad 1: Third edition of a collection of 19 letters from missionaries in the East, mostly the East Indies but also including letters from Gaspar Berse from Hormuz Island, mentioning the island's religion, customs, its relation with Arabia etc., and noting that the island is especially kwon for its trade - during the trading season you could find people from all over the world. Beside Gaspar Berse (4), the volume also includes letters from: Franciscus Xavier (1), Henricus Henriquez (2), Antonius Quadrus (2), Michael Barulus (1), Arius Bandonius (1), Ludovicus Frois (3), Emanuel Tesceira (1), Joannes Meschita (2), Jacobus Navarchus (1) and Joannes Berra (1). They mainly concern India and the mission on the Indian coasts, containing invaluable information on the activities of the Jesuits in the region.A second part containing the letters on Japan was separately published in the same year, but is not included here.Ad 2: First and only edition of a theological work by Johannes Garetus (1499-1571) on the invocation of the saints in heaven, written in a period of growing Protestantism.With an owner's inscription on flyleaf dated 1571 and a library stamp on title-page ("Asien's Gesch"). A very good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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2018-02-22 15:03:46
ZINI, Luigi (Modena 1821-1894)
Milano, Guigoni 0, 1499. Quattro volumi in 8vo grande. I primi 2 in tutta tela con tassello pure in tela e titolo in oro; i Supplementi in mezza tela con angoli; legature leggermente posteriori. Pp. 1013, (3) + 1499, (3) + 704 + 1004. Con complessive 12 carte geografiche e topografiche ripiegate (1 a colori). A parte una lieve arrossatura dovuta alla qualità della carta, ottima copia. L'autore nel 1859 fu incaricato da G. La Farina di preparare l'insurrezione di Modena.Catalogo unico, ITICCULO1,149660. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
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