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2018-10-18 02:48:38
Spanien um, 1500. Blattgr.: 50,2 x 36,5 cm. Schriftspiegel: ca. 40 x 25 cm. Unter Glas mit Goldleiste gerahmt (doppelseitig verglast). Glas auf der Rückseite mit Sprung in der linken unteren Ecke, das Blatt selbst sehr gut erhalten und sauber. Sprache: latein.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Haufe & Lutz [Karlsruhe, Germany]
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2018-10-09 06:54:09
Arthur Conan Doyle
This is a very rare set of the queens dolls houses Limited to 1500 copies this is 1183 There is only one other set with dust jackets on Abe for $1500 It has works of other popular authors of the time aswell As with nearly every set I've seen the hinges are splitting and the bindings are loosening . There is fixing on a couple pages but not bad or throughout the book . Just a few pages Some pages are uncut The is a must for any serious sherlockian collector Please message me if you want more pictures as I'm limited to 12.
Bookseller: lewsbookaddiction [Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, US]
2018-10-08 08:13:53
A fine full sized facsimile on specially made "antique" paper from the Ventura Mill at Cernobbio, Italy, faithfully reproducing the black letter text of the editio princeps of the King James Bible. The edition was limited to 1500 copies, of which this is number 896. It was printed by offset lithography and bound in full leather by Amilcare Pizzi of Milan in a replica of the type of binding found on some copies of this edition. This piece has coloration on the pages, looks as though its foxing. The cover has been dropped and has damage to the leather cover top. (070718).
Bookseller: reusablegoodness [Bellingham, Washington, US]
2018-10-06 10:28:35
BOYLE, Robert
1500. While mostly known for his contributions to natural philosophy and science, Robert Boyle was highly interested in theology, devoting much of his time to studying the existence of God, using his philosophical and even scientific discoveries as evidence. Works such as 'Of the High Veneration of Man's Intellect' were written directly to defend the Christian faith against atheism, pagans, and even Jews and Mahometans, (as he stated in his own will). In this work, Boyle does note that it often seems as if God is indifferent to what happens on earth considering the destruction that is so prevalent; however, he states that close-minded philosophers such as Epicurus, should view these events as God's power rather than his absence. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-06 10:28:35
BOYLE, Robert
1500. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. While mostly known for his contributions to natural philosophy and science, Robert Boyle was highly interested in theology, devoting much of his time to studying the existence of God, using his philosophical and even scientific discoveries as evidence. Works such as 'Of the High Veneration of Man's Intellect' were written directly to defend the Christian faith against atheism, pagans, and even Jews and Mahometans, (as he stated in his own will). In this work, Boyle does note that it often seems as if God is indifferent to what happens on earth considering the destruction that is so prevalent; however, he states that close-minded philosophers such as Epicurus, should view these events as God's power rather than his absence. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-06 10:28:34
Katsuhiro Otomo HARDCOVER
Condition: Very Good. Wow--This is the rarest book I've ever sold. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity! For Sale: Akira Vol 1 - HARDCOVER (COLOR) 1st Edition - Hand Numbered out of 1500!! This is #701 out of 1500!! I haven't seen on of these up for sale in years. These were rare 20 years ago and they are even harder to find now. The condition of the book is great. There are some nicks and bends on the actual dust jacket, but besides that, the book is in stellar condition. **Only serious buyers please. Welcome to Neo-Too, built on the ashes of a Too annihilated by a blast of unknown origin that triggered World War III. The lives of two streetwise teenage friends, Tetsuo and Kaneda, change forever when paranormal abilities begin to waken in Tetsuo, making him a target for a shadowy agency that will stop at nothing to prevent another catastrophe like the one that leveled Too. At the core of the agency’s motivation is a raw, all-consuming fear of an unthinkable, monstrous power known only as Akira.Katsuhiro Otomo’s stunning science fiction masterpiece is considered by many to be the finest work of graphic fiction ever produced, and Otomo’s brilliant animated film version is regarded worldwide as a classic. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: bizzaromada [Astoria, New York, US]
2018-10-05 05:59:10
BAPTISTA MANTUANUS, GIOVANNI
Argentinae [Strassburg]: Johann Schott, 1502, 1501, 1500. This sammelband combines two works by humanist poet and Carmelite reformer Baptista Mantuanus with a treatise on Roman law, in a binding by an Esslingen binder who flourished between 1480 and 1524. Baptista Spagnuoli of Mantua (1447-1516) was one of the most prolific poets of the Renaissance and someone whose verse became enormously popular and influential in the early modern period, particularly after his eclogues were translated into English. Shakespeare referenced some of his poetry in "Love's Labour's Lost," and both Milton and Spenser also found inspiration in his work. The first work here, on various calamities of classical and contemporary times, was quite popular in the 16th century; it includes an attack on papal corruption that Luther included in his "Against the Roman Papacy." The second work, containing verses in praise of the Virgin Mary and Saint Catherine of Alexandria, introduced a form of epic poetry on religious subjects that would influence writers from Sannazaro to Milton, and led Erasmus to dub the Mantuan a "Christian Virgil." The final work in our volume is an influential manual on Roman law dating from the 12th century known as the "Exceptiones Petri." The binding here is from an Esslingen workshop dubbed by Kyriss "Kinder spielend" ["Children playing"] for the stamp which appears on the lower cover. Kyriss examined 61 volumes from German libraries in Esslingen, Stuttgart, Tubingen, and other cities that may be traced to this atelier. More than 90 percent of the bindings are on white pigskin, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [US]
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2018-10-01 00:56:48
Condition: Very Good. This very place-The lotus paradise. Very good condition although the jacket cover is taped up, the binding and original cover are great. There is some page yellowing especially at the beginning on the non glossy pages but the color photos are rich and vivid. Number 135 out of 1500. This book was owned by the Bhagwan's personal lawyer in Portland, Oregon and passed on to his daughter. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: sgindraux [Kenmore, Washington, US]
2018-09-28 16:49:06
THE NAKED LUNCH BY WILLIAM BURROUGHS 1ST EDITION PAPERBACK ORIGINAL Paperback Original issued in pictorial dust jacket designed by Burroughs. First edition, FIRST ISSUE with the price of 1500f. A near fine first in very good plus dj. tipped in signature PUBLISHER: OLYMPIA 1959. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Vagabond Books ABAA [LOS ANGELES, CA, US]
2018-09-28 14:35:29
Condition: Good. Walton Ford: Pancha Tantra, TASCHEN Signed, Ltd First Ed/Sample 0000/1500 This is a stunning signed limited numbered edition. Originally sold for $2000 and is very rare and hard to find. This book is so much larger than it looks. Amazing full color artwork! What a beauty!! It is in very good condition, not flawless, but extremely good. Two spots on the front look a little rubbed/marred, and some creasing And wear to the upper part of the spine that I am afraid I may have caused by taking pictures for this listing. See pictures. What an amazing book!Shipping will be very expensive as this is a rather heavy book, and will require full insurance to boot. L=20" W=15.5" D=2" From the publisher: Walton's World The beautifully savage beasts and birds of Walton Ford Collector's Edition (No. 0000/1,500) Limited to 1,500 individually numbered copies, each signed by Walton Ford Printed on archival-quality paper Finished in book cloth with a leather spine and corners with gold embossing. At first glance, Walton Ford's large-scale, highly-detailed watercolors of animals may recall the prints of 19th century illustrators John James Audubon and Edward Lear, and others of the colonial era. But a closer look reveals a complex and disturbingly anthropomorphic universe, full of symbols, sly jokes, and allusions to the 'operatic' nature of traditional natural history themes. The beasts and birds populating this contemporary artist's life-size paintings are never mere objects, but dynamic actors in allegorical struggles: a wild turkey crushes a small parrot in its claw; a troup … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: cherimic01 [Glen Burnie, Maryland, US]
2018-09-28 08:19:51
A COMPLETE 36 VOLUME SET OF "THE WOLFE LIBRARY CLASSICS" IN VERY FINE CONDITION. LONG OUT OF PRINT. QUARTER BOUND IN BEAUTIFUL DARK BROWN LEATHER WITH CLOTH BOARD SIDES IN VARIOUS COLORS. A LIMITED EDITION OF #372/1500 COPIES. A SERIES OF CLASSIC GUN & HUNTING TITLES PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED WITH BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHS, ENGRAVINGS, FOLD-OUT MAPS OR DRAWINGS.
Bookseller: bookmanga [Woodstock, Georgia, US]
2018-09-26 09:30:16
Albrecht DURER
Bulino, 1500 circa, monogrammato in lastra in basso a destra. Esemplare nella prima variante di sette descritte dal Meder. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "alta corona" (Meder 20 tipica di questa prima tiratura), completa della linea marginale, piccoli interventi di restauro agli angoli, perfettamente eseguiti, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Sebbene presentata dal Dürer a Re Cristiano di Danimarca nel 1521, e ricordi alla lontana lo stemma nobiliare della famiglia Tetzel di Norimberga, l’opera sembra un lavoro di pura fantasia. Heller sosteneva che rappresentasse una sorta di allegoria di devozione, fedeltà ed attenzione verso qualcuno. Insieme alla successiva opera del 1503, Stemma con il teschio, questo lavoro nasce con il preciso intento, da parte dell’autore, di mostrare il virtuosismo tecnico e l’abilità nell’uso del bulino. Elementi stilistici inducono gli studiosi a datare questa lastra al 1500 circa, tuttavia sembra possibile che le due opere siano state realizzate nello stesso anno, nel 1503. Le due opere costituiscono un primo esempio di capriccio. Capolavoro dell’arte ornamentale. Engraving, circa 1500, signed on plate at the bottom right. Example in the first variant of seven described by Meder. A magnificent impression, rich in tone, printed on contemporary laid paper with watermark "high crown" (Meder 20 typical of this first issue), complete with the marginal line, small restoration at the corners perfectly executed, in excellent condition. Although Dürer made by King Christian of Denmark in 1521, and the memor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2018-09-08 15:50:58
Manuscript, unpublished: Excellent for its approximately 400 year age. Pages are fresh and clean with only expected light toning. Polished full vellum binding is solid with only expected light surface wear and soiling. Missing only the vellum ties. Collated complete. "Spiritual Lessons for a Religious Person by consideration of ye conditions of Wedlocke...A way for them to exercise them perpetually..." Original manuscript on paper consisting of 74 leaves in English, 71 of which are written recto and verso in one neat Italian hand in the style of late 1500s-early 1600s. 13 blank leaves beyond the last page of text. Dimensions in inches: 4 1/8 wide x 6 1/8 high x 1 1/8 thick. Unpaginated but collated complete based on the catchwords. Original polished "Dutch" vellum, 8vo., lacking only the vellum ties. Old c. 1920s book sales catalog entry pasted in at second blank leaf. Pencil inscription dated 1902 on inside of front board. Pen monastery ex libris on recto of first blank. Two four leaf clovers pressed between blank endpapers. Several small hand-drawn and cut paper flowers found between pages. English Catholic manuscripts from this period are extremely scarce, owing to the persecution of English Catholics that began in the 1500s. Catholicism was tolerated under James I (1603-25) and enjoyed a minor revival under Charles II (1660-85). However, the historical context for this book is much more complicated. See the Wikipedia article "Catholic Church in England and Wales" for a nice summary. This book was made for use in a monastery in England, or more likely the Low Countries, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: piedoxen [Hopewell, New Jersey, US]
2018-09-08 14:03:02
1500. 4 3/4" x 7" approximately. We consulted several experts in the US and Italy. The consensus is it's not 16th Century but most likely 17th Century. No one has seen this particular image. A durer expert thinkgs it's after Durer no monogram present, possibly from a Spanish print maker. Another expert considers it might be from Eastern Europe in the Byzantine tradition. Another suggests it was printed in Naples by a Greek print-maker. Here's how we found this particular print: We bought a collection of books and papers from the 16th to the 20th Century. We found this print and 2 documents on vellum dated in the 1500s laid in a mid-16th Century book. Doesn't date the print from that century as it certainly could just be coincidental. Slight tear else small ink stain, few very minor creases at tips. A lovely example of a breastfeeding Madonna print. * books carefully packed and shipped promptly . Very Good.
Bookseller: Robinson Street Books, IOBA [Binghamton, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-08-31 17:27:43
CARLO, SIGONIO
1500. Appunti di CARLO SIGONIO + convalida archivistica fatta dall' Archivio Comunale oggi 18 Novembre 1874 dall' Archivista Giuseppe Loppi. Sigonio (Carlo) uno dei più grandi eruditi del secolo XVI, creatore della scienza diplomatica e degli studi storici medioevali in Italia. Scheda aut. con autenticazione e bollo dell' Archivista municipale di Modena. 2 pp., in-8° oblungo (assai raro).
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari [IT]
2018-08-21 19:44:30
Anonimo
Bulino, 1500 circa, firmata in basso a destra 'Petri de Nobilibus Formis'. Esemplare nel secondo stato, nella tiratura tarda di Pietro de Nobili, riferibile al 1580-85. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, completo della linea marginale, piccolo restauro all'angolo superiore sinistro perfettamente eseguito, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Il soggetto rappresenta Venere, in trionfo, su una conchiglia, circondata da varie creature marine. Opera rarissima, catalogata dal Bartsch che descrive l'unico esemplare conosciuto ante litteram. Di questa tiratura a cura di Pietro de Nobili, abbiamo censito soltanto tre esemplari di secondo stato, rispettivamente nelle collezioni dell'Ashmolean Museum di Oxford; del British Museum e della Biblioteca Nazionale di Spagna. L'incisore della lastra rimane non identificato. Bartsch attribuisce la stampa alla scuola di Raimondi; l'Ashmolean Museum la cataloga come anonima ma "after Raphael"; il British semplicemente come anonima, mentre la Biblioteca di Spagna indica Raimondi quale inventor. Il disegno e la sua tecnica, però, risultano davvero molto elementari e rudimentali, pertanto è assolutamente improbabile che possa essere riferibile alla scuola del Raimondi. Lo stile, così crudo e inesperto, rimanda alla fine del XV sec. o ai primissimi del XVI sec. Pietro de Nobili fu stampatore e commerciante attivo a Roma nella seconda metà del XVI secolo. È qualificato come "romanus" in alcuni documenti notarili che attestano lo scioglimento della società con Peter Spranghers nel 1584. La partnership tra i due sembra durò … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-08-09 14:50:07
Miro, Joan
Lithographie, steinsigniert. Gesamtformat Höhe (cm): 33. Gesamtformat Breite (cm): 25. . . Gesamtauflage: 1500
Bookseller: Art Edition-Fils GmbH [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2018-08-09 14:50:07
Miro, Joan
Lithographie, steinsigniert. Gesamtformat Höhe (cm): 33. Gesamtformat Breite (cm): 25. . . Gesamtauflage: 1500
Bookseller: Art Edition-Fils GmbH [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2018-08-09 14:50:07
Miro, Joan
Lithographie, steinsigniert. Gesamtformat Höhe (cm): 33. Gesamtformat Breite (cm): 25. . . Gesamtauflage: 1500
Bookseller: Art Edition-Fils GmbH [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2018-08-09 14:50:07
Miro, Joan
Lithographie, steinsigniert. Gesamtformat Höhe (cm): 33. Gesamtformat Breite (cm): 25. . . Gesamtauflage: 1500
Bookseller: Art Edition-Fils GmbH [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2018-08-09 14:50:07
Miro, Joan
Lithographie, steinsigniert. Gesamtformat Höhe (cm): 33. Gesamtformat Breite (cm): 25. . . Gesamtauflage: 1500
Bookseller: Art Edition-Fils GmbH [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2018-08-06 16:28:46
The Middle East: This is a book of approximately 60 vellum pages hand written in black and red ink with a few illustrated separators and an angelic figure at the rear. The writing is Ge'ez, an Afro-Semitic language used in the Ethiopian Tewadeho Coptic Church. It is most likely a Coptic Christian religious text . It was likely produced between 1000 - 1500 AD but could possibly be later. It is bound between wood boards which are tied on with cord. It is in reasonably good condition with a few pages showing some edge soiling or foxing. This is an early bound book. It measures 5 3/4" tall by 4" wide by 1 1/2" across the spine. My thanks to "digmeister" who is apparently a linguist and can read Coptic, for identifying the language used in this book.
Bookseller: bwrush [Centerville, Massachusetts, US]
2018-08-02 01:20:38
Lewis Carroll, (Illustrator) John Tenniel, (Designer) Frederick Warde
Limited Editions Club, New York. 8vo. LIMITED EDITION, one of 1500 copies. SIGNED by Warde at colophon and Alice Hargreaves at blank following half-title. Full morocco; a.e.g. Some offsetting from turn-ins to endpapers. A little rubbing to spine, chipping to head and tail; scotch tape 'repair' across break through title. Backstrip detached at rear joint, with narrow chip to a couple inches near head of spine. Some rubbing to edges and fore-corners of boards. Housed in slipcase for 'Through The Looking Glass'. Minor soiling to slipcase; some rubbing to edges and corners. VG in VG slipcase. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Strand Book Store, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-07-30 03:09:12
RONDEAUX BY JEAN MAROT
AN INTIMATE AND COMPLETE VOLUME OF COURTLY LOVE POETRY MADE FOR A MEMBER OF THE FRENCH ROYAL COURT. Manuscript on parchment, in French, France, Paris(?), c. 1500-1515(?). Dimensions 170 x 107 mm. 61 folios, in calligraphic scripts by at least three scribes in sixteen long lines, one-line gold initials on blue or red grounds at the beginning of each rondeau. BINDING: Bound by Chambolle-Duru in late nineteenth-century brown morocco, gilt edges. TEXT: A collection of 122 rondeaux, a popular poetic form in late medieval and Renaissance France, likely all composed in the late fifteenth to early sixteenth century. It brings together the work of several well-known Renaissance poets, one of whom may have supervised its production. Two poems in the collection are unpublished and unrecorded. Several of the poets were affiliated with the courts of Charles VIII (reigned 1483-1498) and Louis XII (reigned 1498-1515) and wrote with the patronage of the king and other members of the court. Of the approximately twenty extant collections of rondeau, most are in European institutions. Only three comparable manuscripts have been on the market in the last century, one of which is substantially shorter. Compared to the most recent of these the present manuscript stands out as a particularly fine specimen, with larger pages, and thus more widely spaced script and more illumination on each page. PROVENANCE: Script and decoration indicate that this book of poems was produced in France, almost certainly Paris, in the early sixteenth century. Belonged to the Vicomte family of Normandy. Later in J … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures (ABAA & ILAB) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2018-07-29 06:40:05
Manuscript, unpublished: Excellent for its approximately 400 year age. Pages are fresh and clean with only expected light toning. Polished full vellum binding is solid with only expected light surface wear and soiling. Missing only the vellum ties. Collated complete. "Spiritual Lessons for a Religious Person by consideration of ye conditions of Wedlocke...A way for them to exercise them perpetually..." Original manuscript on paper consisting of 74 leaves in English, 71 of which are written recto and verso in one neat Italian hand in the style of late 1500s-early 1600s. 13 blank leaves beyond the last page of text. Dimensions in inches: 4 1/8 wide x 6 1/8 high x 1 1/8 thick. Unpaginated but collated complete based on the catchwords. Original polished "Dutch" vellum, 8vo., lacking only the vellum ties. Old c. 1920s book sales catalog entry pasted in at second blank leaf. Pencil inscription dated 1902 on inside of front board. Pen monastery ex libris on recto of first blank. Two four leaf clovers pressed between blank endpapers. Several small hand-drawn and cut paper flowers found between pages. English Catholic manuscripts from this period are extremely scarce, owing to the persecution of English Catholics that began in the 1500s. Catholicism was tolerated under James I (1603-25) and enjoyed a minor revival under Charles II (1660-85). However, the historical context for this book is much more complicated. See the Wikipedia article "Catholic Church in England and Wales" for a nice summary. This book was made for use in a monastery in England, or more likely the Low Countries, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: piedoxen [Hopewell, New Jersey, US]
2018-07-14 09:38:08
Erasmus von Rotterdam
VD 17 3:302487Z - nicht im STC.- Sammlung und Kommentierung antiker Sprichwörter, Redewendungen und Redensarten, erstmals 1500 in Paris erschienen. Bereits in jungen Jahren begann Erasmus damit, antike Weisheiten und Sprichwörter zu sammeln, zu interpretieren und zu kommentieren.- Mit einem umfangreichen Index gut erschlossen.- Meist nur leicht gebräunt u. kaum fleckig, Ebd. etw. fleckig u. bestoßen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller [Austria]
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2018-07-12 07:33:07
Inkunabel-Kalender].
Ohne Ort, ohne Verlag bzw. Drucker, o. J. (um 1500). Einblattdruck (vorhandenes Fragment ca. 22,5 x 28,5 cm), in Rot u. Schwarz gedruckt. Mit 4 Holzschnitten (je ca. 11,2 x 6 cm). Äußerst seltener Inkunabel-Kalender, von dem offenbar nur ein weiteres, wesentlich kleineres Fragment mit nur zwei Holzschnitten und ohne die beiden Kalendarien bekannt ist (in der Bibliothek des Hartmann Schedel, welche 1571 von der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek erworben wurde). - Das vorliegende Fragment enthält zusätzlich zwei weitere Holzschnitte: eine Badstuben-Szene mit einer stillenden Frau sowie einen Sämann, im Hintergrund ein Winzer mit Weinstöcken. Ausserdem sind hier über den Holzschnitten noch zwei in Rot und Schwarz gedruckte Kalendarien erhalten („Dies electi pro medicinis sumendis secundum [...]“), die den richtigen Zeitpunkt für verschiedene medizinische Behandlungen anzeigen. - „Aderlaßszene und Arzt am Krankenbett. - Zwei Szenen sind nebeneinander dargestellt und darüber liest man ‚electuarium potionem pillulas gargarisimum subfumigium Vomitum‘. Links sehen wir einen Kranken in langem Hemd auf einem Stuhl sitzen; er neigt etwas den Kopf, legt die rechte Hand aufs Herz und stützt sich mit dem linken Arm auf einen Stock. Der Arzt im enganliegenden Rock und in Schnabelschuhen hat ihn zur Ader gelassen. Das Blut ist in einer flachen Schale aufgefangen, und durch das offene Fenster sieht man auf eine von Bäumen eingefaßte Landstraße. - Rechts liegt eine bis zur Brust bedeckte Frau im Himmelbett. Ihr Kopf ist mit einer Kappe bedeckt und sie ergreift mit der rechten Hand ein Glas, das … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2018-07-12 07:33:07
BAPTISTA MANTUANUS (OPERA).
Colonia: Apud Praedicatores (Cornelio da Zierikzee), 1500. Colonia: Apud Praedicatores (Cornelio da Zierikzee),. (400 INCUNABOLO-RARO). (cm 18,7) Solido cartonato recente, cc. 10 nn. segnate a6, b4. 39 linee, carattere semigotico. Frammento di incunabolo rarissimo. IGI registra una sola copia nelle bilbioteche italiane (Angelica di Roma). L'autore, Battista Spagnoli, è considerato precursore del Folengo e notevole poeta umanista. Si tratta delle prime 10 carte che contengono la dedicatoria completa con "Finis" a carta 10 verso, esattamente corrispondente alla descrizione di Hain. Non abbiamo trovato vendite nei grandi cataloghi di Baer, Olschki, Rosenthal ecc. Solo Sander "Prices of incunabola" 2360, registra una vendita a prezzo assai elevato. Vecchio restauro all'angolo bianco alto, senza danno al testo, qualche gora lieve, ma ottimo esemplare fresco. Hain 2360; IGI 1174; Goff B 51; GW 3243; Proctor 1493; BMC. I 308; Harvard Univ. 481. Manca a Polain.[f50] . buono. Rilegato. 1500.
Bookseller: Libri Antichi e Rari Francesco & Claudia di Massai Cl [Italy]
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2018-07-09 05:01:53
1500. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-06-28 21:47:10
CHYTRAEUS, DAVID. - P,F. SUHMS COPY.
1500. Leipzig, (Michael Lanzenberger)/ Henning Grosius, (1593). Folio. Contemp. full richly blindtooled pigskin over wood. 5 raised bands. Neath repairs to upper and lower compartments of spine. With 2 catches and 1 of 2 clasps.Title-page with large printers wood-cut device. XVIII,969,(24) pp. Printers wood-cut device repeated on last leaf. Various browning of sheets. A few ink-and brownspots. On lower right corner in Suhm's hand "Nidrosie/ 1757/ P.F. Suhm". ¶ Adams, C 1575. - Graesse II, 154.
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-08 15:46:03
Magnus, Albertus; Ripelin, Hugo; Incunabula.
Impressum Venetijs : P[er] magistrum Petru[m] de Pare[n]ghis Pergome[n]se[m], Venice: 1500., 1500. [176] p. Lacks first leaf, which had only two title lines; a few other leaves with very slight loss. Latin text. 4to. 220 mm. Attractive half leather binding; slight wear at extremities. Binding by Roger de Coverly and Sons. Roger de Coverly, was a late nineteenth century London binder. Cobden-Sanderon studied binding in his shop in 1883, and in 1894, the year that Cobden-Sanderson established the Doves Bindery, Charles McLeish the younger was apprenticed to de Coverly, who was then working with his two sons. This work was attributed to Saint Albertus Magnus (1193?-1280), but likely by Hugo Argentinensis (Hugh Ripelin of Strasburg) [1205?-1270?], the Compendium Theologicae Veritatis was one of the most widely read manuals of practical theology. Giving an abstract theological context for practical advice on living a Christian life. At least 800 manuscripts survive, as well as fourteen incunabula editions. It was translated into French, German, Dutch, Italian and Armenian. The influence of the Compendium was especially strong in Germany and the Empire, but can be discerned across Europe: from the works of Dante to those of the English mystic Richard Rolle; to the author of an Icelandic penitential manual. Knowledge of its author's true name, Hugo Ripelin (Hugo Argentinensis of Strasbourg), was not widespread and Hugo's name did not appear in any of the printed editions. Hugo, therefore, fell into obscurity as his enormously popular work was attributed to his Dominican contempora … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: THE FAMILY ALBUM, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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2018-06-04 16:02:32
Bookseller: diverjbks [Miami, Florida, US]
2018-06-03 05:22:33
1500. In 12, [mm. 146 x 78], pp. 257 - (5). In cartone muto privo del dorso. Errore di numerazione alle pp 126, 143 che presenta uno strappetto trasversale, 239; p. 168 con il testo a ridosso del taglio per errore di stampa. L'opera, costituisce un aggiornamento della edizione veneta del 1786 è una vera e propria "smorfia" con la lista di voci (arti animali oggetti etc.) poste in ordine alfabetico con l'abbinamento al numero, a cui fanno seguito i nomi di uomini, donne, di uomini e donne ebree, dei mesi, dei regni delle capitali e delle città italiane. A questa segue l'inverso, ovvero i novanta numeri abbinati all'elenco delle cose corrispondenti Ci sono poi quindici pagine con novanta vignette xilografiche di gusto popolare che raffigurano l'oggetto o l'azione corrispondente al numero. Prima delle tavole di Rutilio Benincasa, il famoso astronomo e astrologo nato nel 1555 a Torzano, presso Cosenza, con cui si potevano prevedere le uscite del lotto, c'è la "Regola per sapere in ogni estrazione un numero sicuro che deve uscire. Ci sono poi altre quattro pagine con le illustrazioni delle versione romana e alle cabale seguono altre quindici pagine con altre piccole xilografie di carattere popolare. queste seguono le interpretazioni dei sogni e poi le tariffe che si pagano per le giocate, altre regole per "legare" fra loro i numeri e quindi alle cabale fanno seguito le estrazioni - che erano mensili - a Roma dal 1800 al 1818. Opera rara proprio per la qualità anche della stampa, testimoniata dalla qualità delle piccole incisioni xilografiche (cm .3 x 3) che ne sottolinea la dest … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Editoriale Umbra [IT]
2018-06-01 05:54:10
RONDEAUX BY JEAN MAROT
AN INTIMATE AND COMPLETE VOLUME OF COURTLY LOVE POETRY MADE FOR A MEMBER OF THE FRENCH ROYAL COURT. Manuscript on parchment, in French, France, Paris(?), c. 1500-1515(?). Dimensions 170 x 107 mm. 61 folios, in calligraphic scripts by at least three scribes in sixteen long lines, one-line gold initials on blue or red grounds at the beginning of each rondeau. BINDING: Bound by Chambolle-Duru in late nineteenth-century brown morocco, gilt edges. TEXT: A collection of 122 rondeaux, a popular poetic form in late medieval and Renaissance France, likely all composed in the late fifteenth to early sixteenth century. It brings together the work of several well-known Renaissance poets, one of whom may have supervised its production. Two poems in the collection are unpublished and unrecorded. Several of the poets were affiliated with the courts of Charles VIII (reigned 1483-1498) and Louis XII (reigned 1498-1515) and wrote with the patronage of the king and other members of the court. Of the approximately twenty extant collections of rondeau, most are in European institutions. Only three comparable manuscripts have been on the market in the last century, one of which is substantially shorter. Compared to the most recent of these the present manuscript stands out as a particularly fine specimen, with larger pages, and thus more widely spaced script and more illumination on each page. PROVENANCE: Script and decoration indicate that this book of poems was produced in France, almost certainly Paris, in the early sixteenth century. Belonged to the Vicomte family of Normandy. Later in J … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures (ABAA & ILAB) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2018-05-27 06:21:45
Pope Pius II
c.1500 Pope Pius II Papal Handwritten Manuscript TURKS Ottoman Empire Mehmet “Turn the anger of the Almighty against the godless Turks and Barbarians who despise Christ the Lord” – Pope Pius II An exceedingly rare handwritten manuscript describing the election and reign of Pope Pius II in 1458. This summary was written by an anonymous hand but the watermark and other forms lead to this being written around circa 1500-1550. Below is a complete English translation of the 28 leaf journal. This work discusses more than just the election of the Pope but also discusses his actions against the Turks and Turkish Sultans. Pius II was adamant that Mehmet II become a Christian and urged him to do so in personal letters. Unfortunately, wars against Mehmet II became imminent. Item number: #2574 Price: $2500 Pope Pius II The death of Pope Callistus III, and the creation of Pope Pius II, in the year of our salvation 1458 ca. 1500 Details: • Collation: Complete with all leaves o [1], 27, [1] • Language: Latin • Binding: Leather; tight & secure; professionally bound • Size: ~13in X 8.75in (33cm x 22.5cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! When Alfonso, King of Aragon and Sicily, lay dying, he instituted as his heir his illegitimate son Ferdinand, whom Popes Nicholas and Eugenius had rendered capable of this. He charged Ferdinand to give 60,000 pieces of gold toward an expedition against the Turks. After his death, all the princes and citi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-05-14 11:17:59
[LEU, Thomas de].
S.l.n.d. [Paris, vers 1600], 1500. gr. in - fol., 1 f. de titre,11 ff., 1 f. vierge, rel. demi - vélin ancien. Suite de 144 portraits (35 x 25) gravés par Thomas de Leu ou par son émule, Léonard Gaultier [1561 - 1641]. Originaire de la Flandre française, de Leu [1560 - 1620] fut l'élève d'Antoine Caron [1521 - 1599], dont il épousa la fille. Il travailla à Paris entre 1576 et 1615. Sa spécialité était le portrait en réduction [les plus grands n'atteignent pas 6 cm] : les figures sont très fouillées, très expressives ; les costumes somptueux restitués avec minutie par le burin. Gaultier s'appropria la même technique. C'est pourquoi on attribue le présent recueil à l'un ou à l'autre. Les deux graveurs atteignent à la finesse d'un Wierix, et ils ont gravé nombre de sujets religieux mais, ici, il s'agit de personnages illustres de leur temps et donc, beaucoup plus attrayants : hommes d'état, de guerre, de lettres, de sciences et d'art. L'ouvrage appartient à ce qu'on appelle la « Chronologie collée » : c'est un panthéon des personnages illustres du XVIe siècle dont les portraits, accompagnés d'une légende imprimée, sont minutieusement fixés dans des cadres stylisés. Première édition (elle fut suivie de trois autres en 1622, 1624 et 1632, mais avait été précédée par deux grandes feuilles de portraits sans légendes, d'où provient chacune de ces 144 estampes). Bel exemplaire provenant de la collection de Kerchove d'Ousselghem (ex - libris).
Bookseller: Librairie Henri Thyssens [BE]
2018-05-14 06:32:09
RONDEAUX BY JEAN MAROT
AN INTIMATE AND COMPLETE VOLUME OF COURTLY LOVE POETRY MADE FOR A MEMBER OF THE FRENCH ROYAL COURT. Manuscript on parchment, in French, France, Paris(?), c. 1500-1515(?). Dimensions 170 x 107 mm. 61 folios, in calligraphic scripts by at least three scribes in sixteen long lines, one-line gold initials on blue or red grounds at the beginning of each rondeau. BINDING: Bound by Chambolle-Duru in late nineteenth-century brown morocco, gilt edges. TEXT: A collection of 122 rondeaux, a popular poetic form in late medieval and Renaissance France, likely all composed in the late fifteenth to early sixteenth century. It brings together the work of several well-known Renaissance poets, one of whom may have supervised its production. Two poems in the collection are unpublished and unrecorded. Several of the poets were affiliated with the courts of Charles VIII (reigned 1483-1498) and Louis XII (reigned 1498-1515) and wrote with the patronage of the king and other members of the court. Of the approximately twenty extant collections of rondeau, most are in European institutions. Only three comparable manuscripts have been on the market in the last century, one of which is substantially shorter. Compared to the most recent of these the present manuscript stands out as a particularly fine specimen, with larger pages, and thus more widely spaced script and more illumination on each page. PROVENANCE: Script and decoration indicate that this book of poems was produced in France, almost certainly Paris, in the early sixteenth century. Belonged to the Vicomte family of Normandy. Later in J … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures [US]
2018-05-12 06:31:24
RONDEAUX BY JEAN MAROT
AN INTIMATE AND COMPLETE VOLUME OF COURTLY LOVE POETRY MADE FOR A MEMBER OF THE FRENCH ROYAL COURT. Manuscript on parchment, in French, France, Paris(?), c. 1500-1515(?). Dimensions 170 x 107 mm. 61 folios, in calligraphic scripts by at least three scribes in sixteen long lines, one-line gold initials on blue or red grounds at the beginning of each rondeau. BINDING: Bound by Chambolle-Duru in late nineteenth-century brown morocco, gilt edges. TEXT: A collection of 122 rondeaux, a popular poetic form in late medieval and Renaissance France, likely all composed in the late fifteenth to early sixteenth century. It brings together the work of several well-known Renaissance poets, one of whom may have supervised its production. Two poems in the collection are unpublished and unrecorded. Several of the poets were affiliated with the courts of Charles VIII (reigned 1483-1498) and Louis XII (reigned 1498-1515) and wrote with the patronage of the king and other members of the court. Of the approximately twenty extant collections of rondeau, most are in European institutions. Only three comparable manuscripts have been on the market in the last century, one of which is substantially shorter. Compared to the most recent of these the present manuscript stands out as a particularly fine specimen, with larger pages, and thus more widely spaced script and more illumination on each page. PROVENANCE: Script and decoration indicate that this book of poems was produced in France, almost certainly Paris, in the early sixteenth century. Belonged to the Vicomte family of Normandy. Later in J … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures [U.S.A.]
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2018-05-11 16:13:44
RONDEAUX BY JEAN MAROT
AN INTIMATE AND COMPLETE VOLUME OF COURTLY LOVE POETRY MADE FOR A MEMBER OF THE FRENCH ROYAL COURT. Manuscript on parchment, in French, France, Paris(?), c. 1500-1515(?). Dimensions 170 x 107 mm. 61 folios, in calligraphic scripts by at least three scribes in sixteen long lines, one-line gold initials on blue or red grounds at the beginning of each rondeau. BINDING: Bound by Chambolle-Duru in late nineteenth-century brown morocco, gilt edges. TEXT: A collection of 122 rondeaux, a popular poetic form in late medieval and Renaissance France, likely all composed in the late fifteenth to early sixteenth century. It brings together the work of several well-known Renaissance poets, one of whom may have supervised its production. Two poems in the collection are unpublished and unrecorded. Several of the poets were affiliated with the courts of Charles VIII (reigned 1483-1498) and Louis XII (reigned 1498-1515) and wrote with the patronage of the king and other members of the court. Of the approximately twenty extant collections of rondeau , most are in European institutions. Only three comparable manuscripts have been on the market in the last century, one of which is substantially shorter. Compared to the most recent of these the present manuscript stands out as a particularly fine specimen, with larger pages, and thus more widely spaced script and more illumination on each page. PROVENANCE: Script and decoration indicate that this book of poems was produced in France, almost certainly Paris, in the early sixteenth century. Belonged to the Vicomte family of Normandy. Later in Jean … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures (ABAA & ILAB) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2018-05-10 15:31:43
Tibullus, Albius, Gaius Valerius Catullus u. Sextus Propertius.
Venedig, Johannes Tacuinus de Tridino, 19. V. 1500. Ad 1) Reich kommentierte Inkunabelausgabe der drei Elegiker. - Ad 2) Frühe Ausgabe der zur Mitte des 1. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. verfassten Universalgeschichte „Historiae Philippicae" des Pompeius Trogus, dessen Werk nur in dem vorliegenden Auszug des Justinus erhalten ist. - Elegante Antiquadrucke mit dekorativem Initialschmuck, u.a. aus einem großformatigen Kinderalphabet (Jennings 174f.). - Einband etw. berieben bzw. fleckig. Erste u. letzte Seite mit kl. gelöschtem Stempel, dadurch bedingt kleines Löchlein im Impressum mit min. Buchstabenverlust. Vereinzelte kl. Randläsuren bzw. Wurm- u. Knickspuren. Einige alte Marginalien. Tlw. etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Ad 1) Hain/C 4766; Goff T-374; Proctor 5461; BMC V, 535; BSB-Ink T-348; Schweiger II, 77; GW M47037; ISTC it00374000. - Ad 2) Panzer VIII, 385, 390; Schweiger II, 485; nicht bei Adams; Proctor/Isaac u. im BM STC, Italian Books. la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 Fol. Mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke u. zahlr. schwarzgrundigen figürl. u. floralen Initialen versch. Formats. 181 nn. Bll. (ohne das letzte weiße). - Vorgeb. [Trogus Pompeius, Gnaeus]. - Justinus, Marcus Justinianus. Ex Trogo Pompeio historiae cum multis memorabilibus in margine. Ebda., 17. V. 1507. Fol. Mit zahlr. schwarzgrundigen figürl. Initialen versch. Formats. LIII num., 1 weißes Bll., Etw. späterer Pgmt.-Bd. a. 5 Bünden m. handschriftl. Rückentitel.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2018-05-05 09:36:47
Inkunabel-Kalender].
Ohne Ort, ohne Verlag bzw. Drucker, o. J. (um 1500). Einblattdruck (vorhandenes Fragment ca. 22,5 x 28,5 cm), in Rot u. Schwarz gedruckt. Mit 4 Holzschnitten (je ca. 11,2 x 6 cm). Äußerst seltener Inkunabel-Kalender, von dem offenbar nur ein weiteres, wesentlich kleineres Fragment mit nur zwei Holzschnitten und ohne die beiden Kalendarien bekannt ist (in der Bibliothek des Hartmann Schedel, welche 1571 von der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek erworben wurde). - Das vorliegende Fragment enthält zusätzlich zwei weitere Holzschnitte: eine Badstuben-Szene mit einer stillenden Frau sowie einen Sämann, im Hintergrund ein Winzer mit Weinstöcken. Ausserdem sind hier über den Holzschnitten noch zwei in Rot und Schwarz gedruckte Kalendarien erhalten („Dies electi pro medicinis sumendis secundum [...]“), die den richtigen Zeitpunkt für verschiedene medizinische Behandlungen anzeigen. - „Aderlaßszene und Arzt am Krankenbett. - Zwei Szenen sind nebeneinander dargestellt und darüber liest man ‚electuarium potionem pillulas gargarisimum subfumigium Vomitum‘. Links sehen wir einen Kranken in langem Hemd auf einem Stuhl sitzen; er neigt etwas den Kopf, legt die rechte Hand aufs Herz und stützt sich mit dem linken Arm auf einen Stock. Der Arzt im enganliegenden Rock und in Schnabelschuhen hat ihn zur Ader gelassen. Das Blut ist in einer flachen Schale aufgefangen, und durch das offene Fenster sieht man auf eine von Bäumen eingefaßte Landstraße. - Rechts liegt eine bis zur Brust bedeckte Frau im Himmelbett. Ihr Kopf ist mit einer Kappe bedeckt und sie ergreift mit der rechten Hand ein Glas, das … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2018-05-05 09:36:25
Inkunabel-Kalender].
Ohne Ort, ohne Verlag bzw. Drucker, o. J. (um 1500). Einblattdruck (vorhandenes Fragment ca. 22,5 x 28,5 cm), in Rot u. Schwarz gedruckt. Mit 4 Holzschnitten (je ca. 11,2 x 6 cm). Äußerst seltener Inkunabel-Kalender, von dem offenbar nur ein weiteres, wesentlich kleineres Fragment mit nur zwei Holzschnitten und ohne die beiden Kalendarien bekannt ist (in der Bibliothek des Hartmann Schedel, welche 1571 von der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek erworben wurde). - Das vorliegende Fragment enthält zusätzlich zwei weitere Holzschnitte: eine Badstuben-Szene mit einer stillenden Frau sowie einen Sämann, im Hintergrund ein Winzer mit Weinstöcken. Ausserdem sind hier über den Holzschnitten noch zwei in Rot und Schwarz gedruckte Kalendarien erhalten („Dies electi pro medicinis sumendis secundum [...]“), die den richtigen Zeitpunkt für verschiedene medizinische Behandlungen anzeigen. - „Aderlaßszene und Arzt am Krankenbett. - Zwei Szenen sind nebeneinander dargestellt und darüber liest man ‚electuarium potionem pillulas gargarisimum subfumigium Vomitum‘. Links sehen wir einen Kranken in langem Hemd auf einem Stuhl sitzen; er neigt etwas den Kopf, legt die rechte Hand aufs Herz und stützt sich mit dem linken Arm auf einen Stock. Der Arzt im enganliegenden Rock und in Schnabelschuhen hat ihn zur Ader gelassen. Das Blut ist in einer flachen Schale aufgefangen, und durch das offene Fenster sieht man auf eine von Bäumen eingefaßte Landstraße. - Rechts liegt eine bis zur Brust bedeckte Frau im Himmelbett. Ihr Kopf ist mit einer Kappe bedeckt und sie ergreift mit der rechten Hand ein Glas, das … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2018-05-05 09:36:12
Inkunabel-Kalender].
Ohne Ort, ohne Verlag bzw. Drucker, o. J. (um 1500). Einblattdruck (vorhandenes Fragment ca. 22,5 x 28,5 cm), in Rot u. Schwarz gedruckt. Mit 4 Holzschnitten (je ca. 11,2 x 6 cm). Äußerst seltener Inkunabel-Kalender, von dem offenbar nur ein weiteres, wesentlich kleineres Fragment mit nur zwei Holzschnitten und ohne die beiden Kalendarien bekannt ist (in der Bibliothek des Hartmann Schedel, welche 1571 von der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek erworben wurde). - Das vorliegende Fragment enthält zusätzlich zwei weitere Holzschnitte: eine Badstuben-Szene mit einer stillenden Frau sowie einen Sämann, im Hintergrund ein Winzer mit Weinstöcken. Ausserdem sind hier über den Holzschnitten noch zwei in Rot und Schwarz gedruckte Kalendarien erhalten („Dies electi pro medicinis sumendis secundum [...]“), die den richtigen Zeitpunkt für verschiedene medizinische Behandlungen anzeigen. - „Aderlaßszene und Arzt am Krankenbett. - Zwei Szenen sind nebeneinander dargestellt und darüber liest man ‚electuarium potionem pillulas gargarisimum subfumigium Vomitum‘. Links sehen wir einen Kranken in langem Hemd auf einem Stuhl sitzen; er neigt etwas den Kopf, legt die rechte Hand aufs Herz und stützt sich mit dem linken Arm auf einen Stock. Der Arzt im enganliegenden Rock und in Schnabelschuhen hat ihn zur Ader gelassen. Das Blut ist in einer flachen Schale aufgefangen, und durch das offene Fenster sieht man auf eine von Bäumen eingefaßte Landstraße. - Rechts liegt eine bis zur Brust bedeckte Frau im Himmelbett. Ihr Kopf ist mit einer Kappe bedeckt und sie ergreift mit der rechten Hand ein Glas, das … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2018-05-05 09:35:59
[Inkunabel-Kalender]
Ohne Ort, ohne Verlag bzw. Drucker, o. J. (um 1500). Einblattdruck (vorhandenes Fragment ca. 22,5 x 28,5 cm), in Rot u. Schwarz gedruckt. Mit 4 Holzschnitten (je ca. 11,2 x 6 cm). Äußerst seltener Inkunabel-Kalender, von dem offenbar nur ein weiteres, wesentlich kleineres Fragment mit nur zwei Holzschnitten und ohne die beiden Kalendarien bekannt ist (in der Bibliothek des Hartmann Schedel, welche 1571 von der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek erworben wurde). - Das vorliegende Fragment enthält zusätzlich zwei weitere Holzschnitte: eine Badstuben-Szene mit einer stillenden Frau sowie einen Sämann, im Hintergrund ein Winzer mit Weinstöcken. Ausserdem sind hier über den Holzschnitten noch zwei in Rot und Schwarz gedruckte Kalendarien erhalten („Dies electi pro medicinis sumendis secundum [...]“), die den richtigen Zeitpunkt für verschiedene medizinische Behandlungen anzeigen. - „Aderlaßszene und Arzt am Krankenbett. - Zwei Szenen sind nebeneinander dargestellt und darüber liest man ‚electuarium potionem pillulas gargarisimum subfumigium Vomitum‘. Links sehen wir einen Kranken in langem Hemd auf einem Stuhl sitzen; er neigt etwas den Kopf, legt die rechte Hand aufs Herz und stützt sich mit dem linken Arm auf einen Stock. Der Arzt im enganliegenden Rock und in Schnabelschuhen hat ihn zur Ader gelassen. Das Blut ist in einer flachen Schale aufgefangen, und durch das offene Fenster sieht man auf eine von Bäumen eingefaßte Landstraße. - Rechts liegt eine bis zur Brust bedeckte Frau im Himmelbett. Ihr Kopf ist mit einer Kappe bedeckt und sie ergreift mit der rechten Hand ein Glas, das … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Grazer Buch- und Kunstantiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2018-05-02 11:41:51
Inkunabel-Kalender].
Ohne Ort, ohne Verlag bzw. Drucker, o. J. (um 1500). Einblattdruck (vorhandenes Fragment ca. 22,5 x 28,5 cm), in Rot u. Schwarz gedruckt. Mit 4 Holzschnitten (je ca. 11,2 x 6 cm). Äußerst seltener Inkunabel-Kalender, von dem offenbar nur ein weiteres, wesentlich kleineres Fragment mit nur zwei Holzschnitten und ohne die beiden Kalendarien bekannt ist (in der Bibliothek des Hartmann Schedel, welche 1571 von der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek erworben wurde). - Das vorliegende Fragment enthält zusätzlich zwei weitere Holzschnitte: eine Badstuben-Szene mit einer stillenden Frau sowie einen Sämann, im Hintergrund ein Winzer mit Weinstöcken. Ausserdem sind hier über den Holzschnitten noch zwei in Rot und Schwarz gedruckte Kalendarien erhalten („Dies electi pro medicinis sumendis secundum [...]“), die den richtigen Zeitpunkt für verschiedene medizinische Behandlungen anzeigen. - „Aderlaßszene und Arzt am Krankenbett. - Zwei Szenen sind nebeneinander dargestellt und darüber liest man ‚electuarium potionem pillulas gargarisimum subfumigium Vomitum‘. Links sehen wir einen Kranken in langem Hemd auf einem Stuhl sitzen; er neigt etwas den Kopf, legt die rechte Hand aufs Herz und stützt sich mit dem linken Arm auf einen Stock. Der Arzt im enganliegenden Rock und in Schnabelschuhen hat ihn zur Ader gelassen. Das Blut ist in einer flachen Schale aufgefangen, und durch das offene Fenster sieht man auf eine von Bäumen eingefaßte Landstraße. - Rechts liegt eine bis zur Brust bedeckte Frau im Himmelbett. Ihr Kopf ist mit einer Kappe bedeckt und sie ergreift mit der rechten Hand ein Glas, das … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2018-04-30 08:07:14
Philippe Pigouchet, Paris. In-8 gothique ? 2 colonnes (125 x 180 mm) de CXXIIII ff. (5) ff. 1 f.bl. (signature aa-kk8, ll4, AA-EE8, aa6), 50 lignes par page, veau brun souple estamp? ? froid, dos ? trois nerfs, titre manuscrit, traces de lacets (reliure de l?poque). Incunable parisien sorti des presses de Philippe Pigouchet le 14 ao?t 1500, orn? de sa grande marque typographique sur le titre. Colophon (Explicit) : ac Parisius terse per Philippum Pigouchet impressi : finiunt feliciter. Anno Domini millesimo quingentesimo. die vero. XIIII. mensis augusti (14 ao?t 1500). Troisi?me et dernier recueil des Sermones d'Olivier Maillard imprim?s la m?me ann?e apr?s les Sermones de adventu (7 mai 1500) et les Sermones Quadragesimales (26 juin 1500). Dans ces sermons dont l'?dition princeps a paru en 1498, le cordelier Maillard (1430-1502) emprunte ? ceux qu'il bl?me un langage grossier, ?maill? de mots tir?s des mauvais lieux. Pr?dicateur et confesseur de Charles VIII, il dut d'ailleurs sa r?putation ? la brutalit? de ces sermons, en particulier ceux donn?s dans l'?glise de Saint-Jean-en-Gr?ve ? Paris, charg?s d'images fortes et grotesques. Les 5 feuillets de table suivis d?1 feuillet blanc (cahier aa6) ont ?t? reli?s par erreur dans le texte, entre les ff. LXXXIIII et LXXXV. Un second colophon diff?rent de l'explicit cit? plus haut, y est imprim? dat? ao?t 1514 et augment? de noms d'imprimeurs : Impressi Parisius per Philippum Pigouchet : impensis ejus ac Johannis Petit : Johannis Richard : Durandi Gerlier Parisiensium librariorum et Jacobi Huguetan Lugdunensis : in hujusce impressi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2018-04-19 17:15:56
Plautus Titus Maccius
per magistrum Vldericum Scinzenzeler anno domini 1500 die XVIII mensis Ianuarii, Impressum Mediolani. Frontespizio leggermente consunto e con antica firma cassata e annotazione alla base, rari forellini di vecchio tarlo estinto che mai interessa il testo, sporadici aloni su poche carte, piccola mancanza all\'angolo basso della carta m1, macchia al centro della carta &6 &7 e macchioline alla carta H8, altre macchioline su circa 7-8 carte a metˆ volume, chiare e piacevoli annotazioni coeve su 13 carte, mancanza di rivestimento cartaceo al piatto anteriore e qualche mancanza di pergamena al dorso Edizione cum glossa. Carta AAii stampata in rosso e nero. Parti di testo in greco. n.n. p. 290x210 mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [roma, ROMA, Italy]
2018-04-06 09:00:46
MAILLARD (Olivier);
Paris Philippe Pigouchet 1500 In-8 gothique à 2 colonnes (125 x 180 mm) de CXXIIII ff. (5) ff. 1 f.bl. (signature aa-kk8, ll4, AA-EE8, aa6), 50 lignes par page, veau brun souple estampé à froid, dos à trois nerfs, titre manuscrit, traces de lacets (reliure de l'époque). Incunable parisien sorti des presses de Philippe Pigouchet le 14 août 1500, orné de sa grande marque typographique sur le titre. Colophon (Explicit) : ac Parisius terse per Philippum Pigouchet impressi : finiunt feliciter. Anno Domini millesimo quingentesimo. die vero. XIIII. mensis augusti (14 août 1500). Troisième et dernier recueil des Sermones d'Olivier Maillard imprimés la même année après les Sermones de adventu (7 mai 1500) et les Sermones Quadragesimales (26 juin 1500). Dans ces sermons dont l'édition princeps a paru en 1498, le cordelier Maillard (1430-1502) emprunte à ceux qu'il blâme un langage grossier, émaillé de mots tirés des mauvais lieux. Prédicateur et confesseur de Charles VIII, il dut d'ailleurs sa réputation à la brutalité de ces sermons, en particulier ceux donnés dans l'église de Saint-Jean-en-Grève à Paris, chargés d'images fortes et grotesques. Les 5 feuillets de table suivis d'1 feuillet blanc (cahier aa6) ont été reliés par erreur dans le texte, entre les ff. LXXXIIII et LXXXV. Un second colophon différent de l'explicit cité plus haut, y est imprimé daté août 1514 et augmenté de noms d'imprimeurs : Impressi Parisius per Philippum Pigouchet : impensis ejus ac Johannis Petit : Johannis Richard : Durandi Gerlier Parisiensium librariorum et Jacobi Huguetan Lugdunensis : in hujusce impr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2018-04-05 18:17:20
HAKLUYT, Richard.:
Imprinted at London, by George Bishop and Ralph Newberie, Deputies to Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie,1589, 1500. Divided into three severall parts, according to the positions and the Regions whereunto they were directed. FIRST EDITION 1589. DEFECTIVE COPY LACKING THE FOLDING MAP AND 19 LEAVES, 8 REPLACED WITH FACSIMILES. Small folio bound in sixes, approximately 280 x 180 mm, 11 x 7 inches, pages: [8 of 16], 1--501, [502 - blank], 508-643, (12), 644-823, [10 of 12)], pictorial initials, marginal side notes, text printed in black letter and roman, pages 24-80 Travels of Mandeuil in Latin and another short chapter in Latin. The 12 unnumbered pages between 643 and 644 contain "THE FAMOUS VOYAGE OF SIR FRANCIS DRAKE INTO THE SOUTH SEA". Bound in brown full modern crushed morocco, gilt lettering to spine, gilt top edge, marbled endpapers. LACKING A TOTAL OF 38 PAGES: 16 prelim pages, pages 85/86, 95/96, 503/507, 792/793, 824/825 and 8 index pages, also lacking 2 blanks, (first 4 leaves and 4 Index leaves at rear supplied in facsimile on thick stock including title page) some misnumbering. The 12 unnumbered pages between 643 and 644 contain "THE FAMOUS VOYAGE OF SIR FRANCIS DRAKE INTO THE SOUTH SEA". 51 pages have repairs of various sizes mostly to margins and corners, sometimes affecting the running titles and page numbers, 6 of these have small loss to text, except page 823 which has the first words missing from 24 lines and the one original index page which is lacking the top line and most of the second on recto and verso and a few other wor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2018-04-02 23:46:51
BAPTISTA MANTUANUS (Opera).
Apud Praedicatores (Cornelio da Zierikzee), 1500. (400 INCUNABOLO-RARO). (cm 18,7) Solido cartonato recente, cc. 10 nn. segnate a6, b4. 39 linee, carattere semigotico. Frammento di incunabolo rarissimo. IGI registra una sola copia nelle bilbioteche italiane (Angelica di Roma). L'autore, Battista Spagnoli, è considerato precursore del Folengo e notevole poeta umanista. Si tratta delle prime 10 carte che contengono la dedicatoria completa con "Finis" a carta 10 verso, esattamente corrispondente alla descrizione di Hain. Non abbiamo trovato vendite nei grandi cataloghi di Baer, Olschki, Rosenthal ecc. Solo Sander "Prices of incunabola" 2360, registra una vendita a prezzo assai elevato. Vecchio restauro all'angolo bianco alto, senza danno al testo, qualche gora lieve, ma ottimo esemplare fresco. Hain 2360; IGI 1174; Goff B 51; GW 3243; Proctor 1493; BMC. I 308; Harvard Univ. 481. Manca a Polain.[f50] Libro
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Libri Antichi Arezzo [IT]
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