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2016-10-05 21:05:33
PHILASTRIUS [Obispo de Brescia, m. 397] et LANFRANCUS [Obispo de Canterbury, 1005-1089].
1499. Sin datos de lugar de impresión, impresor ni año, pero: Basilea, Henricus Petrus, 1528. 4to. menor; 8 hs., 151 folios numerados. Encuadernación moderna en media piel.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
2016-09-21 10:49:28
BIBLIOTECA COMUNALE PERGINE
Arts & Architecture, Italiano. 1 Bross. ed. in-8 - pp. 64 - copia n. 989 di 1000 numerate - ill. in nero in tavole f.t. - firma autografa a penna dell'A.
Bookseller: Libroteka
2016-08-19 05:56:28
JOHANNES DE SANCTO GEMINIANO
G. e G. de Gregoriis, 1499. in - 4 (mm 172x127), ff. 396, di cui i primi 10 n.n. (vari errori nella numerazione: saltati i ff. 383 e 384, 386 segnato come 378), leg. ottocentesca in mezza pelle con tit. e filetti dorati sul dorso, tagli spruzzati. Impresso in carattere gotico su 2 colonne di ll. 48, con centinaia di iniziali silografiche istoriate, alcuni spazi bianchi con lettere guida, marca tipogr. a piena pag. in fine. Importante e non comune testo morale - scientifico di carattere enciclopedico redatto tra il 1298 e il 1314, con osservazioni su zoologia, mineralogia, anatomia, cibi e vini. La maggior parte degli "exempla" sono tratti dalla Bibbia, ma si fa riferimento anche a una serie di scrittori profani (Cicerone, Seneca, Plinio, Aristotele, Platone, Avicenna, Ippocrate, Galeno, Solino, Tolomeo) e forniscono associazioni mnemotecniche tra una serie di questioni morali e i diversi ambiti naturali che ne illustrano le caratteristiche. Edizione tratta dalla prima rarissima stampata in Italia nel 1497. Ottimo esemplare, con ampi margini, impresso su carta forte.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-06-10 20:34:58
LETO, Pomponio
1499 - With three ornamental woodcut initials.4to. (204 x 147mm.). 28 leaves. 28 lines and head-line, roman letter. Late 18th century calf-backed boards (spine a little worn). First edition of this history, one of several such treatises by the notable humanist Pomponio Leto (1428-1498) who was a pupil of Lorenzo Valla and became an extreme devotee of Roman antiquities. This edition was published posthumously; it begins with a preface by Francesco Borgia and it concludes with a life of Leto by Marc'antonio Sabellico, in which the publisher of the volume is named as Democritus of Terracina: ? . . . librum archetypum cum Pomponii chirographi ea conditione librariis obtuli: quod ut commodius fieret totum negotium detuli Democrati Terracensi? Sabellicus had previously published a dedicatory letter to Democritus in his Enneades and were considered by Essling to be perhaps the most beautiful printed in Venice. Preceding the colophon are four lines of verse by Palladio Serrano whose poetry was printed by Vitalibus in the previous year.Leto was a notable humanist who gathered around him at Rome an Academy of pupils and fellow humanists, propagating an exaggerated devotion for Roman literature, pagan ceremonies, even early Roman methods of agriculture; it was temporarily suppressed by Pope Paul in 1468 because of suspicions of irreligion and republicanism, and Leto fled, but was imprisoned on in his return, but released after condemnation for pederasty and paganism.Provenance. Some marginal annotations in a near-contemporary hand. White-on-blank stamp at foot of f. a2, ?BC?, probably … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA
2016-05-01 11:03:15
TRAVAMALA DE SALIS, Battista
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2016-01-30 22:44:34
Brenz Johannes d.Ä.)
- VD16 B 7897 - IA 124.510 - Köhler, Bibliographia Brentiana 245 - nicht in STC, Adams u. Knaake.- Johannes Brenz (* 24. Juni 1499 in Weil der Stadt; ? 11. September 1570 in Stuttgart) war maßgeblicher Autor des Württembergischen Bekenntnisses (Confessio Virtembergica), zu dessen Übergabe er 1552 im Auftrag von Herzog Christoph mit einer evangelischen Delegation, das Konzil von Trient besuchte. Versuche, offizielle Gespräche zu erreichen, gelangen jedoch nicht.- Stellenweise etw. fleckig, 1 Bl. mit kl. Eckabriss, Vorsätze erneuert, Ebd. etw. fleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller
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2016-01-12 21:35:05
CICERO, Marcus Tullius (106-43 BC)
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2016-01-12 12:44:21
CICERO, Marcus Tullius (106-43 BC)
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2015-11-30 22:09:55
PEROTTO, Niccolo
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-29 22:44:08
HERBAL
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-16 17:26:26
EPISTOLAE GRAECAE
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-07 06:36:43
FRANCK, Sebastian.
Kaczerowsky, Franck A60?; STCN (3 copies); cf. Alden & Landis 595/29; Sabin 25470. Fourth Dutch edition of a description of all lands and peoples of the world and particularly their customs and religious beliefs, with chapter 4 devoted to America and chapter 3 on Asia giving extensive coverage to Syria, Arabia and the Middle East, including a description of Mecca and the Kaaba. Franck (1499-1542/43) studied at Heidelberg, became a priest and in 1527 a Lutheran minister, but was critical of Catholics, Lutherans, Zwinglians and Anabaptists, and found common ground with heretics such as Michael Servetus. His Weltbuch, first published in German in 1534, a remarkable early example of comparative religious studies, came under attack from the established church and he was accused of AnabaptismIt was translated into Dutch in 1560 and proved very popular among Dutch Lutherans and especially Anabaptists, forming a keystone in the thought and writings of Menno Simons and the Mennonites.With some mostly marginal worm holes in the first few pages, occasional browning and water stains (one sheet rather severely browned) and an occasional marginal tear. Binding slightly dirty and wrinkled. A seminal work with a wealth of information about world religions that still speaks to our time.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2015-11-01 19:59:02
Prestel, Johann Gottlieb (1739 Grönenbach/Bayern - Frankfurt am Main 1808)
. Aquatinta in Braun, nach einer Zeichnung von F. Ruviale, gen. Il Polidoro Caldara von Caravaggio (um 1499-1543), auf Bütten. 20,6:27 cm. Vorzüglicher, kräftiger Abdruck, auf die Umfassungslinie gescchnitten. Literatur: Nagler 50; Le Blanc 79; Ausst. Katalog: J. Kiermeier-Debre/F.F. Vogel, Kunst kommt von Prestel. Das Künstlerehepaar Johann Gottlieb und Maria Katharina Prestel. Frankfurt/London. Die Sammlung Dr. Walter Prestel, Schwelm. Memmingen 2008, Nr. 1050, Abb. S. 205.. Nach einer Schreinerlehre ging der Kupferstecher Johann Gottlieb Prestel nach Venedig, wo er Schüler von G. Nogari (1699-1763) wurde. 1767-1770 verbrachte er in Rom, um u.a. die Alten Meister zu studieren. 1770-1775 lebte er in Nürnberg, wo er 1772 seine Schülerin, die Kupferstecherin Maria Catharina Höhl (1747-1794) heiratete, mit der er gemeinsam eine Reproduktionswerkstatt betrieb, die zwar großen, aber weniger finanziellen Erfolg hatte. 1775 ging er auf Betreiben Johann Caspar Lavaters nach Zürich, um für diesen verschiedene Auftragsarbeiten auszuführen. 1782 zog er mit seiner Ehefrau gemeinsam nach Frankfurt am Main.
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH
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2015-11-01 10:31:25
SACROBOSCO, Johannes de (with) PEURBACH, Georg von
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-01 10:31:25
SACROBOSCO, Johannes de (with) PEURBACH, Georg von
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-09-24 16:50:13
CHOPIN, Frédéric 1810-1849
Paris: Maurice Schlesinger [PN M.S. 1499]. [1833]. Folio. Disbound. 1f. (title), [i] (blank), 2-11, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Brandus et Cie facsimile signature handstamp to lower right corner of title. Light to moderate foxing; lower inner corners slightly dampstained. . First Edition. Grabowski-Rink 12-1-Sm (Plate 38). Chomi ski-Tur o p. 230. Kobyla ska (German) p. 31. Hoboken 4, 226. The theme is from the opera Ludovic (1833) by Ferdinand Hérold (1791-1833), completed posthumously by Fromental Halévy (1799-1862).
Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC
2015-09-24 16:50:13
CHOPIN, Frédéric 1810-1849
Paris: Maurice Schlesinger [PN M.S. 1499]. [1833]. Folio. Disbound. 1f. (title), [i] (blank), 2-11, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Brandus et Cie facsimile signature handstamp to lower right corner of title. Light to moderate foxing; lower inner corners slightly dampstained. . First Edition. Grabowski-Rink 12-1-Sm (Plate 38). Chomi ski-Tur o p. 230. Kobyla ska (German) p. 31. Hoboken 4, 226. The theme is from the opera Ludovic (1833) by Ferdinand Hérold (1791-1833), completed posthumously by Fromental Halévy (1799-1862).
Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC
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2015-09-24 16:50:13
CHOPIN, Frederic 1810-1849
Paris Maurice Schlesinger [PN M.S. 1499] [1833]. Folio. Disbound. 1f. (title), [i] (blank), 2-11, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Brandus et Cie facsimile signature handstamp to lower right corner of title. Light to moderate foxing; lower inner corners slightly dampstained.. First Edition. Grabowski-Rink 12-1-Sm (Plate 38). Chomi ski-Tur o p. 230. Kobyla ska (German) p. 31. Hoboken 4, 226. The theme is from the opera Ludovic (1833) by Ferdinand Herold (1791-1833), completed posthumously by Fromental Halevy (1799-1862).
Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC
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2015-09-23 10:19:43
LETO Pomponio
With three ornamental woodcut initials.4to. (204 x 147mm.). 28 leaves. 28 lines and head-line, roman letter. Late 18th century calf-backed boards (spine a little worn).
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2015-08-06 19:57:32
Josephus Flavius
Albertinus Vercellensis for [the heirs of] Octavianus Scotus, Venice 1499 - Later vellum backed paper boards, wear at edges, inner hinge cracked. Top 1/3 blank section of title page repaired, early notes in Latin to title, scattered old notes and underlining, lacking leaves 254-56, 260 (with colophon on the verso) and the register and final blank. 257-259 loose, a bit soiled, and likely from another copy. Scattered minor toning and stains, generally very clean and with attractive woodcut initials throughout. [14], ccliii, cclvii-cclix (271 of 276) leaves. Despite its flaws, an attractive incunabula edition of Josephus, one of the most influential histories of antiquity. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: History; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 045658. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB)
2015-05-16 11:39:00
SACROBOSCO/JOHN OF HOLLYWOOD / FABER VON BUDWEIS, Wenceslaus, ed
Leipzig: Wolfgang Stöckel, 1499. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. (50) ff., of which the last is blank and integral, with 28 woodcuts in text, 1 full-page, remainder ¼-1/2 page. A-C6, D4, E-G6, H4, I6. 39 lines per page, capitals and initial-strokes supplied in red and green. With extensive annotations and several sketches and diagrams throughout (including a particularly dense 32-line commentary on the mainly blank title page) in several differently-colored inks (combined in certain diagrams) and perhaps several different hands, all contemporary. Annotations dated on title and final leaf to 1506 with ownership inscription of 'Henrici Gruber'. Bound in 18th-century marbled papers over boards, some light toning and repair to one blank margin, otherwise a crisp copy. Very occasional close cropping of margins not affecting legibility. Rare Leipzig incunable of the Sphere of Sacrobosco with commentary by the Czech astronomer Wenzel Faber (Vaclav Fabri of Budweis). Produced for students at the University of Leipzig where Faber was Dean and Rector, the present copy has been copiously and comprehensively annotated from start to finish by a contemporary hand, quite possibly at Leipzig. While editions of Sacrobosco are frequently found annotated and have become a topical object of study among historians of astronomy, we have never encountered a copy so thoroughly and richly commented upon. It would be interesting to explore if the present volume had any connection to Faber's Leipzig teaching as well as whether some of the notes' content, as is frequently the case, was … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc.
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2015-04-20 19:33:14
VERGILIO, Polidoro (ca. 1470-1555). -
In - 12. Legatura del '700 in marocchino verde, cornice dorata sui piatti, dorso con vari fregi oro, merletto dorato interno, tagli dorati, sguardie marmorizzate. Con un frontespizio allegorico inc. in rame. (38), 511, (1 bianco), (6), 100, (92), (2 bianche) pp.; esemplare particolarmente grazioso dalla celebre raccolta del bibliofilo americano Mortimer L. Schiff, con il suo ex libris in marocchino rosso impresso in oro. Apprezzata opera, pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1499, in cui lo storico e umanista di Urbino fornisce un interessante quadro delle conoscenze dell?epoca. Letteratura, pittura, medicina, geometria, astronomia, astrologia, magia, agricoltura, vino, olio, caccia, pesca, giochi, prostituzione, tipografia, sono alcuni degli argomenti trattati. Venne messa all'Indice. Willems, Elzevir, 1464. Simon, Bacchica, 676. A very attractive copy of this encyclopaedic and popular work, bound in 18th century green morocco, gilt spine, gilt border on covers, inner gilt dentelles and g.e., from the distinguished library of Mortimer L. Schiff, with his gold - stamped red morocco bookplate.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport
2014-11-04 16:31:38
Albertus Magnus, Rudolf Von Langen
Heinrich QuentelColonie. 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
2014-10-19 08:57:31
Inkunabel-Sammelband].
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2014-09-26 15:08:11
Albertus Magnus, Rudolf Von Langen
Heinrich Quentel 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.. 1ª Edición. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Muy bien.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
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2014-09-26 15:08:11
Albertus Magnus, Rudolf Von Langen
Heinrich Quentel 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.. 1ª Edición. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Muy bien.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
2014-09-25 15:29:47
PROBUS, MARCUS VALERIUS. Edited By Johannes Bonardus
Bookseller: Contact Editions, ABAC, ILAB [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2014-07-24 07:31:56
Savonarola Girolamo
Antonio Tubini, Lorenzo de Alopa, Andrea Ghirlandi, Florence. Savonarole Jérôme (1452-1498) ~ Fratris Hieronymi Savonarolae Ferrariensis ordinis praedicatorum de veritate prophetica dyalogus A Florence, Antonio Tubini, Lorenzo de Alopa et Andrea Ghirlandi, 1499. In-4, 1 vol., 56 pp., incunable, reliure veau estampé XXième s. Provenance Burlamacchi, P.F. Pacifico. Médaillon estampé des Burlamacchi sur second plat. Reference: Audin de Rians, E. Bib., 16 BM 15th cent. VI 694 BN cat. des incun., S-86 BSB-Ink S-127 Giovannozzi, L. Contributo, 56 Goff S-283 Hain-Reichling 14341 IGI 8690 Pellechet (ms.) 10326 Proctor 6430 Rhodes, D.E. Annali, 613 Scapecchi, P. Cat. Savonarola, 56 Walsh, J.E. 15th cent. printed books, 3032 ~ Un portrait posthume peint sur cuivre du Père Girolamo Savonarola, vers 1500 (23 X19 cm) est à vendre, prix sur demande.~ Les sermons qui accompagnent le changement de gouvernement en novembre-décembre 1494 et la force de la parole prophétique du dominicain donnent sens aux bouleversements que connaît Florence : Florence a été choisie par Dieu ; sa rénovation politique et morale s¿étendra à toute l¿Italie puis à la communauté chrétienne toute entière, si bien que les infidèles eux-mêmes se convertiront. Mais cette prophétie est conditionnée : les hommes, qui ont le libre-arbitre, peuvent choisir de ne pas suivre les indications divines. C¿est pour convaincre les Florentins d¿aller dans le sens du dessein divin que Savonarole utilise l¿arme de la parole. Reference: Audin de Rians, E. Bib., 16 BM 15th cent. VI 694 BN cat. des incun., S-86 BSB-Ink S-127 Giovannozz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Incunable [LUXEMBOURG, Luxembourg]
2014-07-01 21:35:32
Albertus Magnus, Rudolf Von Langen
. Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura 1 Edicion. Colonie. Heinrich Quentel. Rudolf Von Langen. 1499. Millesino quadringentesimo nonagesimonono. Piel con ruedas y dorados, bella encuardenacion y muy posiblemente de alguien importante de la epoca. 21X14. Numeracion 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 o z4. Libro de la Mujer Fuerte. Rarissimo Incunable con letra gotica y romana la mayor parte romana del Gran e Inteligente Albertus Magnus. Ref 30 Bbilioteca A.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
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2014-04-29 10:52:13
PLINIO G. Secondo (23-79) incunabolo
[colophon:] IMPRESSI VENETIIS, PER IOANNEM ALUISIUM DE VARISIO MEDIOLANEMSEM, 1499 DIE XVIII MAIIITALIANO Legatura in piena pergamena cinquecentesca, dorso rifatto con titolo in oro, sguardie sostituite; ex - libris Piergiorgio Borio. 260 ff. Lunga frase di appartenenza al titolo. Edizione latina di un raro incunabolo. Numerose chiosature coeve ai margini. L'opera di Plinio è stata il testo di riferimento in materia di conoscenze scientifiche e tecniche per tutto il Rinascimento e oltre. Elaborando un gran numero di fonti romane e greche, Plinio ha evidenziato tutto il sapere della sua epoca, spaziando dalle scienze naturali, all'astronomia, l'antropologia, la psicologia, la metallurgia, la botanica e l'erboristeria. L'opera tratta delle terre abitate del mondo allora conosciuto, dall'Europa all'Africa, l'Oriente e l'Asia Minore fino alla Cina. Descrive accuratamente le proprietà curative e gli usi medicamentosi di piante ed erbe, di prodotti animali quali burro e latte, elenca afrodisiaci, droghe e psicofarmaci. Poche carte fortemente ossidate; modesta gora alla parte inferiore e laterale marginali di molte carte al primo terzo del libro; lieve gora al margine inferiore esterno del secondo terzo del libro; lieve gora all'angolo superiore laterale e al bordo inferiore dell'ultimo quarto del volume, più marcate alle ultime 30 carte; restauro al bordo superiore esterno delle ultime due carte. Altrimenti, esemplare fresco e marginoso.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio di R. C
2014-04-29 10:52:13
PLINIO G. Secondo (23-79) incunabolo
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2014-04-29 10:52:13
PLINIO G. Secondo (23-79) incunabolo
[colophon:] IMPRESSI VENETIIS, PER IOANNEM ALUISIUM DE VARISIO MEDIOLANEMSEM, 1499 DIE XVIII MAII. Legatura in piena pergamena cinquecentesca, dorso rifatto con titolo in oro, sguardie sostituite; ex-libris Piergiorgio Borio. 260 ff. Lunga frase di appartenenza al titolo. Edizione latina di un raro incunabolo. Numerose chiosature coeve ai margini. L'opera di Plinio è stata il testo di riferimento in materia di conoscenze scientifiche e tecniche per tutto il Rinascimento e oltre. Elaborando un gran numero di fonti romane e greche, Plinio ha evidenziato tutto il sapere della sua epoca, spaziando dalle scienze naturali, all'astronomia, l'antropologia, la psicologia, la metallurgia, la botanica e l'erboristeria. L'opera tratta delle terre abitate del mondo allora conosciuto, dall'Europa all'Africa, l'Oriente e l'Asia Minore fino alla Cina. Descrive accuratamente le proprietà curative e gli usi medicamentosi di piante ed erbe, di prodotti animali quali burro e latte, elenca afrodisiaci, droghe e psicofarmaci. Poche carte fortemente ossidate; modesta gora alla parte inferiore e laterale marginali di molte carte al primo terzo del libro; lieve gora al margine inferiore esterno del secondo terzo del libro; lieve gora all'angolo superiore laterale e al bordo inferiore dell'ultimo quarto del volume, più marcate alle ultime 30 carte; restauro al bordo superiore esterno delle ultime due carte. Altrimenti, esemplare fresco e marginoso. 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2014-04-29 10:52:13
PLINIO G. Secondo (23-79) incunabolo
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2014-03-06 06:24:06
Nürnberg, Georg Stuchs, 17. September 1499. Type 5, 6, und 11.. Zweispaltiges, 31-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt in schwarzem und rotem Druck auf festem klanghellem Papier mit Lederknoten als Blattweiser und Colophon. Blattgröße: 24,8 x 35,3 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf.. Georg Stuchs stammte aus Sulzbach in der Oberpfalz, lernte den Buchdruck in Nürnberg, wo er ab 1484 als selbstständiger Drucker tätig war. Seit 1490 widmete er sich überwiegend der Liturgica, die von ihm auf hochwertigem Papier sorgfältig gedruckt wurde. Das Hildesheimer Messbuch beinhaltet alle liturgischen Gesänge, Texte und Gebete, die für das Feiern der Heiligen Messe notwendig waren. Georg Stuchs druckte Messbücher für etliche Diözesen. Die verbindlichen Messriten wurden vom Domkapitel, hier für das Bistum Hildesheim festgelegt. Das Kolophonblatt können Sie unterfolgendem link online einsehen: http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/~db/0003/bsb00032851/images/index.html?id=00032851&fip=93.220.238.16&no=18&seite=652
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist
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2014-02-10 20:59:20
(Brenz Johannes d.Ä.)
. . VD16 B 7897 - IA 124.510 - Köhler, Bibliographia Brentiana 245 - nicht in STC, Adams u. Knaake.- Johannes Brenz (* 24. Juni 1499 in Weil der Stadt; 11. September 1570 in Stuttgart) war maßgeblicher Autor des Württembergischen Bekenntnisses (Confessio Virtembergica), zu dessen Übergabe er 1552 im Auftrag von Herzog Christoph mit einer evangelischen Delegation, das Konzil von Trient besuchte. Versuche, offizielle Gespräche zu erreichen, gelangen jedoch nicht.- Stellenweise etw. fleckig, 1 Bl. mit kl. ergänzt. Eckabriss.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2014-02-10 19:44:17
Köln, Johann Koelhoff d. J., 23. VIII. 1499.. 365 Bl. (von 368). Mit koloriertem Holzschnitt-Titel, kolorierter Holzschnitt-Initiale und 368 Holzschnitten, davon 12 nahezu oder blattgroß und einer doppelblattgroß. Folio. Neuerer Lederband im Stil der Zeit mit reicher Schwarzprägung, 8 Messing-Eckbeschlägen, 2 zentralen Buckelrosetten und 2 ziselierten Leder-Messing-Schließen.. Erste und einzige Ausgabe; Druck in gotischer Type, 2 Spalten und 49 Zeilen; durchgehend rot rubrizierte Textmajuskeln. Die 2. Titelei (= A, identisch mit der ersten) fehlt; am Schluß fehlen 2 leere Blatt; die ersten 11 Bl. und die letzten 2 Bl. an den Rändern mit Japanpapier hinterlegt: einige Bl. mit schmalem Wasserrand am Fuß und/oder Bug; gering stockfleckig; etwas fingerfleckig; h4 mit alt hinterlegtem Randeinriss; 2 Bl. gegen Ende angerändert; einige zeitgenössische Marginalien; 5 wohl zeitgenössische Zeichnungen (auf K4, R5, a1v, f6v, q1); verso nn4 (= Kolophon) alte Glosse; ii2 - mm6 (= 24 Bl.) ca. 5 mm kleiner, diese Blatt angegraut, etwas fingerfleckig und mit Wurmlöchern am Fuß (geringer Buchstabenverlust) - möglicherweise sind hier bei der Neubindung 2 Exemplare zusammengeführt worden, denn abweichend wurden in diesem Abschnitt 2 Porträts koloriert. Mit dem blindgeprägten Leder-Exlibris eines H. Legel auf dem vorderen Spiegel (Motto: Moriturus te salutat). "Die Herausgabe der "Cronica van der hilliger stat Coellen" war in diesem Jahre <i.e. 1499> erfolgt, eines nach Ort und Zeit mit erstaunlichem Freimuth abgefaßten Buches, in welchem die Donner der Reformation schon von ferne heranzurolle … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-10 10:27:56
Hilarius (Aurelianensis)
. . Hain-C. 6793 - BSB-Ink H-270 - Voullieme, Köln 607 - Goff E160 - Pellechet 4690.- Sammlung von Hymnen des Hilarius Aurelianensis (ca.1075-1150), Kanoniker von Le Ronceray.- Etw. braun- od. fingerfleckig, mit tls. umfangr. zeitgenöss. Anmerkungen.
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2014-02-10 02:21:03
Pelbartus de Temesvar
. . I) VD 16, P 1181 - RMK III, 105 - Slg. Borda 8 - Zapf, Augsb. Buchdr. II, 8.- II) VD 16, P 1194 - RMK III, 106.- Sehr seltene erste Augsburger Ausgabe (erstmals 1499 bei Gran Hagenau gedruckt).- Pelbartus de Themeswar (1435 - 1504) war die größte Gestalt der ungarischen Predigtliteratur im späten Mittelalter. Zwischen 1489 und 1498 brachte er sein Hauptwerk, eine aus mehreren Teilen bestehende umfangreiche Predigtensammlung zu Papier, der er den zusammenfassenden Titel Pomerium (Obstgarten) gab.- Der große Titelmetallschnitt auf schwarzem Grund zeigt Pelbartus am Schreibpult sitzend, an den Ecken angesetzt sind vier Medaillons mit den Evangelien-Symbolen.- Kl. Fehlstelle im Titel u. Eckabriss v. Bl.36 ergänzt, kl. Fehlstellen im Rücken u. Schließen ergänzt, insges. sehr schönes breitrandiges Ex., Initialen in rot u. blau.
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2013-10-19 15:45:21
opera atque industria Andree Thoresani de Asula,, In urbe Venetiarum, 1499 - Due parti in un volume di cm. 19, cc. (6) 245 (1); 123. Testo interamente stampato in rosso e nero, arbor consanguinitatis. Solida legatura coeva in piena pelle su assi di legno, dorso a nervi, piatti e dorso impressi a secco. Timbretto parrocchiale al frontespizio, alcune note coeve di possesso, abili reintegrazioni alla legatura, qualche macchietta, ma complessivamente esemplare genuino e ben conservato, purtroppo privo delle carte OO1 e l'ultima (bianca). La seconda parte, con autonomo frontespizio, titola: "Constitutiones Clementinarum" e porta in fine la data 1500. Cfr. Iccu. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-08-12 07:53:16
BIEL, GABRIEL
Tübingen: Johann Otmar, for Friedrich Meynberger, 1499. FIRST PRINTING. Hardcover. Issued by the First Printer in Tübingen, with OwnersFamous in Incunabular Bibliography, American History. 216 x 152 mm (8 1/2 x 6"). 114 unnumbered leaves. Double column, 38 lines, gothic type. Part II, of IV. FIRST PRINTING. Antique-style modern vellum, covers laced through, flat spine with ink titling, top edge gilt. Very occasional contemporaneous rubrication. Front pastedown with book label and armorial bookplate of Walter Arthur Copinger; rear pastedown with bookplate of the Free Library of Philadelphia, indicating that the book was donated by P. A. B. Widener and exchanged as a duplicate in 1967. Goff B-662; BMC III, 703. Vellum slightly rumpled, a scattering of (i.e., about two dozen) tiny wormholes across the first two leaves (then rapidly diminishing and trivial by the third gathering), faint thin dampstain along gutter of last two signatures, otherwise a very pleasing copy, the leaves still fresh and consistently clean, and the harmless binding unworn. This is the original appearance in print of a series of sermons dealing with the feast days of the Blessed Virgin Mary, issued by the press of the first printer at Tübingen, our copy coming from the collection of a famous incunabulist. It is the work of one of the last of the Scholastic philosophers, Gabriel Biel (ca. 1425-95), who helped to found the University of Tübingen, where he served as professor of theology from 1484 until his death. He espoused a number of controversial opinions, including an opposition to state-ordered bapti … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-08-08 09:24:54
Guillermus Parisiensis. [William Of Auvergne. ]
[ Deventer]: (J. De Breda). Very Good with no dust jacket. [1499]. Hardcover. Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; Contemp. Blind-stamped calf over wooden bds, blind stamped 'LVT' & dated 1593; edges worn, lacking clasps, rear bd detached. With woodcut title page. 185 leaves. 47 lines. 183 x 120mm - sheet size; 145 x 90mm. Rubricated throughout. Lacking colophon page. Early ink annotations on t-p & front free endpaper, incl. An inscription on t-p dated 1524, other marginal ink annotations. Dampstaining to foot of pages mii to v. Goff G-704- recording 2 copies; BMC IX, 74 (IA 47910) William of Aubergne ( c1180-1249) ; French priest and Bishop of Paris. Rubricated throughout in red. This work consists of the text of the Gospels and Epistles of the Roman Missal [all except those in the Propria Sanctorum. Provenance Theoderici De Galen, no doubt the same family as Bishop Van Galen. .
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2013-07-15 09:51:17
ALBERTI, Leon Battista / MASSAINI, Girolamo, ed
Florence: Bartolommeo di Libri, 1499. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to. [19 x 13 cm]. [52] ff., including three woodcut diagrams of the trivium on f. e6 v. Contains De commodis litterarum, De Iure, Trivia, Canis, and Apologi. Bound in old blindstamped calf. Very rare first edition of several of Alberti's most spirited works: a treatise on the uses and absuses of learning, one on law-specifically, the rules that should govern a good judge, another on the art of oratory; a cleverly-crafted essay in praise of his dog; and his collection of 100 short fables. These pieces, written between ca. 1428 and 1460, not only span Alberti's career, but also reflect the depth of his learning and humanist philosophy. In De commodis literarurn atque incommodis, Alberti disparages those who study only to gain professional advancement; the proper rewards of learning, he insists, are wisdom, virtù, and perhaps immortality. Leon Battista Alberti (1404-72) is generally accorded to be the first historical example of the uomo universale. Frequently compared to but rather eclipsed by Leonardo da Vinci, Alberti's accomplishments were in fact more varied and, in his own lifetime, more influential; Alberti's books were eagerly received and widely disseminated in manuscript. Educated at Padua and Bologna, he cultivated a wide array of scientific and artistic interests, achieving mastery of music, painting, sculpture, architecture, physics, mathematics, philosophy, and cryptography. Alberti's intellect and scholarly achievement impressed Vasari, who noted in the Lives of the Artists, "He spe … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-12 20:12:12
MUSURUS, Marcus (ed.)
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2013-04-20 08:35:02
HAÜY; LAGRANGE; LAPLACE; MONGE; BORDA; LAVOISIER.
A large collection of official publications on the metric system - including the true first edition of the official manual with theoften lacking plate. Norman 1499 (that copy lacking the plate), Dibner 113 (citing a reprint).<br/><br/> "The metric system was one of the few permanent social reforms that stemmed from the violent French Revolution. First proposed by Mouton in 1670, it is based on a decimal unit of length (meter), being one-millionth part of a quadrant of the earth through Paris. In 1790 the National Assembly appointed a commission to select a standard unit of length and the arc of a meridian between Dunkirk and Barcelona was thereafter measured. Another commission used the unit of standard length finally adopted in 1799, on which were based standards of weight and volume; the system became compulsory in France in 1801." (Dibner). "In 1793/94 (the French Revolutionary calendar year began in September), the Temporary Commission On Republican Weights and Measures published three introductory works to the metric system: the present work [offered here], which emphasized mathematics and theory; and 'abridged' introduction containing a shorter and simpler presentation of the system (see Norman 1504); and a précis of the system for distribution to the public. Instruction sur les mesures was also issued by several other French Publishers in the same year; (see Norman 1500-1503). Dibner, Heralds, 113 (citing the reprint [no. 1502])." (Norman). <br/><br/> The offered copy is fully complete with the engraved plate which the Norman copy lacked, and is contemporarily bound … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophia Rare Books
2013-01-04 20:43:27
BAPTISTA MANTUANUS, GIOVANNI
Basel: Johann Bergmann, de Olpe, 1499. First Printing of this Edition (with additions by Johann Bergmann and Sebastian Brant). 222 x 146 mm (8 3/4 x 5 3/4"). [118] leaves; Single column, 30 lines in roman type. PLEASING CONTEMPORARY BLINDSTAMPED CALF BY THE TRIER MATTHIASKLOSTER, covers with frames formed by triple blind rules, typographic banners (Schunke/Schwenke Schrift 334, 376) at head and foot of frame, the frame and central panel decorated with other floral tools and medallions of various sizes containing representations of St. Catherine (Schunke/Schwenke Heilige 46), the Agnus Dei (Schunke/Schwenke Lamm 72), crossed halberds (Schunke/Schwenke Wappen 66), pomegranates (Schunke/Schwenke Granatapfel 41), foliage (Schunke/Schwenke Blattwerk 573, 575, 576), rosettes (Schunke/Schwenke Rosette 574), and floral sprays (Schunke/Schwenke Blumentopf 10); raised bands, original brass fore-edge clasp, front pastedown a vellum manuscript leaf, ca. 1100, with an early form of neumes, rear pastedown removed but with remnants of manuscript text still visible. With five large initials written by hand in red. Goff B-79; BMC III, 797. Three tiny cracks to spine, head of rear joint with quarter-inch wormhole exposing band, joints a little worn, a couple of short worm trails, a handful of small patches of lost patina due to insect activity, but the contemporary binding still sound, with only modest wear, and generally very appealing. Isolated mild foxing, two pages with small inkblot affecting a couple of letters, other minor defects, but almost entirely A FINE COPY, unusually fresh and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev
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2012-12-25 21:48:31
EMPEROR TITUS - [THE ALDUS-COIN]
[Rome, AD 79-80]. 18 mm. diameter. Dolphin entwined around anchor on one side, and Draped bust of Tutus, turning right on the other side. An excellent, near mint specimen. 3,05 g. Obverse:IMP TITVS CAES VESPASIAN AVG P M, laureate head rightReverse: TR P IX IMP XV COS VIII P P, dolphin coiled around an anchor.RIC 26a, RSC 309. ¶ Excellent specimen of the beautiful and rare coin that inspired Aldus Manutius' famous printer's device, the dolphin-and-anchor, the most famous logo in the history of book printing and the trademark of the Renaissance. The Aldus coin is the only book- or printing-related ancient coin in existence.Aldus Manutius, the most famous printer of all times, had been given a copy of the Titus coin, with the dolphin-and-anchor logo on the verso, as a gift by Pietro Bembo. He was extremely taken by the magnificent logo, that in Roman times, by Titus Vespasian, had been used to illustrate the proverb "Festina lente" ("make haste slowly"), and was so inspired by it that he began using it as his printer's device at the very beginning of the 16th century. Before it appears as his printer's device for the first time, he used it as an illustration in one of his most magnificent books, Colonna's "Hypnerotomachia Poliphili", 1499.In his "Adagiorum Collectanea", the collection of classical proverbs that he kept revising throughout his life, Erasmus Roterodamus had composed a lengthy essay on the "festina lente" proverb, which intrigued him immensely. Erasmus traced the motto back to the emperor Titus Vespasian, who had minted a coin with the emblem (i.e. the present … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2012-12-22 16:00:17
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: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2012-08-30 19:16:46
Köln, Koelhoff 23. VIIII. 1499. 34 cm. (12) Blatt, Blatt II - LVII, (5) Blatt, Blatt LIX - CCCXLIX (insgesamt 364 von 368 Blatt) mit über 350 kolorierten Holzschnitten (davon 1 doppelblattgroß und 11 blattgroß). Blindgeprägter Schweinsleder-Band der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Schließen und 7 (von 8) Kantenbeschlägen - GW 6688 - Hain 4989 - Borchling / Claussen 312 - LGB2 IV, 273 - Erste Ausgabe dieses berühmten Denkmals altkölnischen Dialekts und bedeutenden Holzschnittwerkes. "Möglicherweise nach dem Vorbild der Weltchronik von Hartmann Schedel ist die Kölnische Chronik reich mit Holzschnitten illustriert" (LGB2). Exemplar des früheren Druckzustandes mit den im GW unter Anmerkung 1-2 aufgeführten Kennzeichen. Blatt 349 (Blattzählung: CCCXXXIII) ist im Neusatz vorhanden (GW, Anmerkung 3). Die zahlreichen Holzschnitte in schönem Altkolorit zeigen Ansichten von Köln, Könige, Bischöfe, Heilige und Wappen. Erwähnenswert ist das Kapitel über die Erfindung des Buchdrucks (Blatt 311/312): "Van der boychdrucker kunst". Demnach ist Mainz die Stadt des ersten Buchdrucks, "... doch die eyrste vurbyldung vonden in Holland uyss den Donaten, die daeselffst vur der zyt gedruckt syn". Aus der Bibliothek von Otto Hupp mit handgezeichnetem Exlibris, das erste Titelblatt ist als Faksimile in Handzeichnung von Otto Hupp ersetzt. Einband Schabspuren, im Deckelbezug stellenweise Wurmlöcher; Schließen und Fehlstellen im Deckel (ca. 10 x 5 cm) und Rücken oben durch neues Material ersetzt. Blattecken fingerfleckig, ab Blatt 320 am Schnitt Feuchtigkeitsrand, stellenweise handschriftliche zeitgenöss … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2012-06-19 21:20:18
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: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2012-06-17 11:28:18
PROBUS, MARCUS VALERIUS. Edited By Johannes Bonardus
Impressum Venetiis [Venice]: Per Ioannem De Tridino Alias Tacuinum [Joannes Tacuinus De Tridino], Anno Domini. M.CCCC.IC.Viiii. Die .xx. Aprilis [20 April 1499], 1499. 20 leaves, 197 mm x 150 mm, signatures in quarto: a-e, leaf d1 incorrectly signed e1, woodcut initials, full-page woodcut illustration of a Sibyl on leaf d2 verso, running titles in capitals, text in single and double columns. Expertly and sympathetically rebound in period bindng of aged full-vellum. Third edition of this guide to abbreviations used in official and historical texts of antiquity. It was also an invaluable aid in the interpretation of classical inscriptions during the Renaissance. The first appearance of the woodcut of a Sibyl. Goff P-996. . Full Vellum. Very Good.
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