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2020-08-03 13:52:03
Postinkunabel- Ancarano, Pietro de .
Venedig. Alessandro Ponti und Augustin Barbadico für Philipp Pincii Mantuani, 1501. 199 nummerierte Blätter, mit großer Druckermarke am Schluß, ein weißes Blatt. Holzdeckelband der Zeit, der Rücken und jeweils die Hälfte der Deckel mit blindgeprägtem Schweinslederbezug. Beide Schließen fehlen- Titel mit altem handschriftl. Besitzvermerk., leicht verschmutzt und gering wurmstichig. Innen nur ganz minimal in den Rändern fleckig. Gegen Schluß in den weißen Rändern einige kleine Wurmlöcher. Einband wurmstichig. An allen Ecken der Holzdeckel mit Ausbrüchen, Hinterdeckel stärker betroffen siehe Foto.- -Extra Ungewöhnlich gut erhaltene Postinkunabel, noch ganz im Stil der Inkunabeln gedruckt und aufgebaut. Durchgehend mit eingemalten Initialen in Rot und Blau. Am Schluß eine schöne Holzschnittdruckermarke. Lediglich der Einband mit stärkeren Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren.- [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat C. Dorothea Müller [München, Germany]
2020-07-23 23:31:01
JORIS, David.
[1], 142, [1] ll.Second recorded copy of the second edition of the extremely rare first spiritual “handbook”, a posthumous collection of 35 short lessons and advisory texts plus an appendix, all written by the leading Dutch Anabaptist and “arch-heretic” David Joris (ca. 1501/02-1556), the nine dated ones from 1544 to the year of his death. Many remained unpublished until they appeared in the Handt-boecxken around 1590, taken from Joris's manuscripts in the hands of his family.By trade a glass painter, Joris became one of the most influential figures in Anabaptism, preaching humility and self-denial. He rejected the reliance on scripture, promoted spiritualism and “made a principal of mystical experience” (Mennonite Encyclopedia), which brought him into conflict with the authorities. Three years after he died in Basel, the authorities discovered his identity, exhumed his body and burnt it in the market place as a heretic.At least four editions of the first Handt-boecxken appeared, from ca. 1590 to 1616, but most are known only from a single surviving copy and none from more than two. Their publishing history has remained an intractable puzzle for centuries. Valkema Blouw, who made the most thorough bibliographical and typographical analysis of Joris's publications, quotes Hermann de la Fontaine Verwey calling Joris's bibliography “a vipers'nest” and concluded himself that a complete solution “is still beyond reach”.Pending a more detailed study we tentatively suggest that Mullem printed the present edition ca. 1595?, after his own first edition at the Ritman library ca. 1590 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-17 05:52:53
Ancarano
1501. Postinkunabel- Ancarano, Pietro de´. Lectura eximii doctoris domini Petri de ancharano super sexto Decreta. Nouvita edita: ... Venedig. Alessandro Ponti und Augustin Barbadico für Philipp Pincii Mantuani. 1501. 199 nummerierte Blätter, mit großer Druckermarke am Schluß, ein weißes Blatt. Holzdeckelband der Zeit, der Rücken und jeweils die Hälfte der Deckel mit blindgeprägtem Schweinslederbezug. Beide Schließen fehlen- Titel mit altem handschriftl. Besitzvermerk, leicht verschmutzt und gering wurmstichig. Innen nur ganz minimal in den Rändern fleckig. Gegen Schluß in den weißen Rändern einige kleine Wurmlöcher. Einband sehr wurmstichig. An allen Ecken der Holzdeckel mit Ausbrüchen, Hinterdeckel stärker betroffen siehe Foto.- -Extra Ungewöhnlich gut erhaltene Postinkunabel, noch ganz im Stil der Inkunabeln gedruckt und aufgebaut. Durchgehend mit eingemalten Initialen in Rot und Blau. Am Schluß eine schöne Holzschnittdruckermarke. Lediglich der Einband mit stärkeren Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren.-.
Bookseller: Bücherland (fuego41) [München, Germany]
2020-07-03 03:20:04
Juvenal, Persius
Venice: Aldus Manutius, 1501. CONDITIONS: light marks of use along the text, in general very good copy. THE BIRTH OF SATIRE most influent Roman satire against the corruption and the perversions in the Augustan Rome Juvenalis - Persius. Satyrae. Venezia, in aedibus Aldi, Mense Augusto 1501. 8vo, (155x95 mm), cc. [78], limp vellum binding, handwritten letter M at spine, brown coloured edges. Signature A-G⁸,H10, a⁸, b⁴. First Aldine edition of the Juvenal satires Aldo's fourth work in 8vo italics, after Virgil, Horace and Petrarch to be followed by the Martial The present edition is not to be confused with the other edition dated 1501, but with the Aldine anchor, numbered pages, at leaf H10 the second colophon with Venetiis in Aedibus Aldi et Andreae Soceri and not Venetiis apus Aldum that was printed after 1508 when, for the first time, the association between Aldus and his father-in-law Andrea d'Asola appears. The works by Juvenal and Persius are the biting expression of two of the most influent Roman satirists against the corruption and the perversions in the Augustan Rome. In spite of their living in two slightly different periods, in fact, both of them wrote about Roman mores in the first part of the century whose outstanding abuses and bad taste foreshadowed the following crisis of the whole empire, in spite of the official proclamations that wanted that to be the Golden Age of Rome. Provenance: Handwritten note from a late (perhaps seventeenth-century) hand at the front fly leaf; on title page pen drawing representing a shield enclosing a tree and the initials P. R .; h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bibliofind Rare Books (bibliofind) [Milano, Italy]
2020-06-21 07:38:04
Condition: Buone condizioni. MATTIOLI, Pietro Andrea (1501-1577), Commentarii in sex libros Pedacii Dioscoridis Anazarbei de medica materia, iam denuo ab ipso autore recogniti, et locis plus mille aucti. Adiectis magnis, ac novis plantarum, ac animalium iconibus, supra priores editiones longe pluribus, ad vivum delineatis. Accesserunt quoque ad margines Graeci contextus quam plurimi, ex antiquissimis codicibus desumpti, qui Dioscoridis ipsius depravatam lectionem restituunt. Cum locupletissimis indicibus, tum ad rem herbariam, tum medicamentariam pertinentibus Venezia Vincenzo Valgrisi In folio (mm. 360x242). Pp. [172], 1459, [13]. Segnatura: *6, **8, A-M6, 2A-Z6, Aa-Zz6, Aaa-Zzz6, Aaaa-Zzzz6, Aaaaa-Zzzzz6, Aaaaaa- Ffffff6, Gggggg4, Hhhhhh6. Carattere romano, corsico e Greco. Marca tipografica al titolo e sulle carte Gggggg4v e Hhhhhh6v. Con il ritratto xilografico dell'autore a piena pagina a c. M6v e oltre 900 figure a tre quarti di pagina incise in legno nel testo, che raffigurano piante, erbe, animali, insetti e procedimenti di distillazione. L'ultimo fascicolo contiene il De ratione distillandi aquas ex omnibus plantis. Alle carte Gggggg4v e Hhhhhh6v firma di appartenenza di epoca posteriore (XVII-XVIII secolo) di un certo Dominque de la Roche e timbro della biblioteca dell'Academia literaria Rothomagensis (ossia di Rouen), che probabilmente ricevette il libro in dono dallo stesso De la Roche, che era uno dei membri (il timbro è ripetuto anche alla carta A1r). Legatura coeva (forse francese) in piena pelle su assi di legno, dorso a sette nervi con fregi e titolo in oro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-06-15 12:28:57
MARTIALIS, Marcus Valerius.
[Epigrammata]. (Colophon: Venice, Aldus Manutius, December 1501). 8vo (16 x 10 cm). With 15 (mostly 6-line) spaces with printed guide letters left for manuscript initials. Except for an occasional word in Greek, the book is set entirely in the world's first italic printing type (with small upright capitals, which are also used, usually letterspaced, for running heads, headings, the opening line of each liber, etc.). Francesco Griffo cut it for Aldus, who uses it here 8 months after he introduced it in his Virgil. Tanned sheepskin (ca. 1700?), gold-tooled spine and board edges. [381], [3 blank] pp. First Aldine edition of Martial's epigrams, the fifth book in Aldus's series of octavo classics set in the world's first italic type, introduced with his octavo edition of Virgil in April 1501. While the octavo format was not new, it had been most common in devotional works and rarely if ever used for classics. Aldus used this format and the small and narrow italic type primarily for works in verse, which had fairly short lines. Perhaps for that reason, he also departed from what were then the normal proportions of sheets of paper. Aldus himself notes in the 1501 octavo edition of Juvenal and Persius that the books in this format "may be more conveniently held in the hand and learned by heart (not to speak of being read) by everyone", suggesting that they are both more portable and less expensive. He therefore met the needs of the growing market of students, as well as men of business who wished to be fashionably intellectual or simply enjoyed good literature. Martial's epigrams, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-11 17:22:03
Queen Isabella of Castile
Castile, Queen Isabella. Document signed "Yo La Reina." December 1501. Powerful Spanish Queen known for turning Spain into the first global power and financing Columbus's voyage to the New World. This document is signed after a skillful feat of diplomacy; marrying her daughter Catherine to the future King of England, and thus forging a bond between the two European powers. $4,800.Isabella spent years fighting to claim her right to the throne, after which, she reorganized the governmental system, brought the crime rate to the lowest it had been in years, and unburdened the kingdom of the enormous debt her brother had left behind. Her reforms extended well beyond the borders of her kingdom, and she is known today for supporting and financing Christopher Columbus's 1492 voyage to the New World and to the establishment of Spain as the first global power. Queen Isabella and her daughter Catherine, who would become Queen of England, shared a strong bond. Committed to the success of her daughter, Isabella ensured Catherine's rigorous education despite stereotypes that depicted women as intellectually inferior. It was a decision Queen Catherine would ultimately make for her own daughter, Mary, who succeeded her mother as an English queen. 1-page, 8 x 11" with fold lines not affecting text. Mounting tape marks on verso. Minor age-related toning and fold lines not affecting text. Some writing also wraps onto the verso fold. Very good condition.
Bookseller: Max Rambod Inc. [United States]
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2020-06-10 14:14:55
MARTIALIS, Marcus Valerius.
[Epigrammata]. (Colophon: Venice, Aldus Manutius, December 1501). 8vo (16 x 10 cm). With 15 (mostly 6-line) spaces with printed guide letters left for manuscript initials. Except for an occasional word in Greek, the book is set entirely in the world's first italic printing type (with small upright capitals, which are also used, usually letterspaced, for running heads, headings, the opening line of each liber, etc.). Francesco Griffo cut it for Aldus, who uses it here 8 months after he introduced it in his Virgil. Tanned sheepskin (ca. 1700?), gold-tooled spine and board edges. [381], [3 blank] pp. First Aldine edition of Martial's epigrams, the fifth book in Aldus's series of octavo classics set in the world's first italic type, introduced with his octavo edition of Virgil in April 1501. While the octavo format was not new, it had been most common in devotional works and rarely if ever used for classics. Aldus used this format and the small and narrow italic type primarily for works in verse, which had fairly short lines. Perhaps for that reason, he also departed from what were then the normal proportions of sheets of paper. Aldus himself notes in the 1501 octavo edition of Juvenal and Persius that the books in this format "may be more conveniently held in the hand and learned by heart (not to speak of being read) by everyone", suggesting that they are both more portable and less expensive. He therefore met the needs of the growing market of students, as well as men of business who wished to be fashionably intellectual or simply enjoyed good literature. Martial's epigrams, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-04-11 11:47:41
ALDINE PRESS] EARLY CHRISTIAN POETS - PRUDENTIUS, SEDULIUS, GREGORY OF NAZIANSUS, et al
[Venice; Aldine] Venetiis: Aldus Manutius. 1501; 1501 [-1502]; 1504. [Venice] Venetiis: Aldus Manutius. 1501; 1501 [-1502]; 1504., 1501. Three quarto volumes. All three texts collated and complete, volume two lacking terminal blank. Volume I Bound in contemporary blind-stamped calf, metal clasps, recent thongs, rebacked with most of original spine laid down, minor worming, small repairs and light staining;, occasional early ink marginalia Volume II. later, probably 18th century limp vellum, repairs to spine, tiny worm track to first few leaves, a few early manuscript notes; Volume. III. 17th century limp vellum, lacks ties, manuscript title to spine, light damp staining, endpapers renewed in each volume. [Adams P1685 & G1142; Ahmanson-Murphy 38 & 84; Renouard, Alde, 24:1 & 46:4; EDIT 16 CNCE 36115]. A RARE AND IMPORTANT SET, MARKING THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF THE ALDINE ANCHOR AND ONE OF THE EARLIEST PRINTINGS OF ST JOHN s GOSPEL. The turn of the century marks the zenith of Aldus' fortunes as a publisher and intellectual. He moves gradually toward his characteristic small volumes with clear type, away from the larger folio productions of the previous century, and sources original Greek material through his extensive European contacts, whilst at the same time seeking to enlighten and educate his readers. These three volumes mark this transition precisely: they are beautifully produced parallel texts with wide margins, and noticeably smaller than the folios. Aldus had both volume one and part of two in print in 1501, but scholarly enthusiasm for the project seems to have overtak … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Celsus Books [London, United Kingdom]
2020-03-29 22:40:06
Terrance Lindall
Yuko Nii Foundation, 1501. This is the 46 inch version limited to 100 copies, signed and numbered in gold ink. twenty of which have been sold. Shipped rolled. Copies are now in some of the world's foremost collections including: 1) Huntington Library in California, Gift Purchased by Distinguished Professor Joseph Wittreich, noted Milton scholar and collector. The Huntington's highlights include one of the world's most extensive collections of William Blake material. Most notably Blake's original illustrations for Milton's Paradise Lost.2) The University of Pennsylvania Rare Book Collection, Gift Purchased by Distinguished Professor Joseph Wittreich, noted Milton scholar and collector. The U of Penn holds over 560 exemplars of books printed in Europe from movable type before 1501. Sixty-six of these titles are the only recorded copies in North America.3) The University of Kentucky, Gift Purchased by Distinguished Professor Joseph Wittreich, noted Milton scholar and collector. The U of Kentucky collections include many famous artists.4) The Alexander Turnbull Milton Library of the National Trust of Zealand5) The collection of Robert J. Wickenheiser, one of the world's formost collectors of Milton books and original illustrations for Milton's works.6) The Thomas Cooper Rare Book Library at the University of South Carolina7) Professor John John Geraghty, another notable collector of Milton books.8) The Yuko Nii Foundation What scolars and collectors are saying about the scroll:"Thanks...I think you are rather overemphasizing the 24k gold leaf, because the real "gold" lies in th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: WAH Center [United States]
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2020-03-05 13:58:04
MACROBIUS, Ambrosius Aurelius Theodosius
per Angelum Britannicum, 1501. In folio (300 x 208 mm.) cc. (4), CLVIII. Mezza pergamena del XVIII secolo con angoli. Tagli marmorizzati. Qualche alone chiaro al margine di alcune pagine. Copia in buono stato. Testo in latino e greco con spazi per le iniziali. Il Somnium Scipionis costituisce la prima parte del volume (cc. i-l), ripreso dalla Repubblica di Cicerone, questo trattato contiene la descrizione del mondo per gli antichi. La seconda parte (cc. l-clviii) contiene i Saturnalia, sette dei quali sono dedicati al Conviviorum Saturnaliorum e si occupano della scelta e dell'uso razionale di cibi e bevande. Opera illustrata con 6 figure astronomiche e geografiche e con la celebre mappa del mondo, ripresa dalla prima edizione, stampata a Brescia nel 1483. Questa mappa contiene, sotto i tre continenti (Europa, India e Perusta AEthiopia), separata dagli Alveus Oceani, un altro continente chiamato Temperata Antipodum nobis incognita. Cfr. Graesse, III, 330; Brunet, III, 1285; Sander 4076; Shirley 13.
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Atlantis [Italy]
2020-02-25 17:23:06
MACROBIUS, Ambrosius Aurelius Theodosius
per Angelum Britannicum 1501 die XVIII mensis Ianuari, Impressi Brixiae. In folio (300 x 208 mm.) cc. (4), CLVIII. Mezza pergamena del XVIII secolo con angoli. Tagli marmorizzati. Qualche alone chiaro al margine di alcune pagine. Copia in buono stato. Testo in latino e greco con spazi per le iniziali. Il Somnium Scipionis costituisce la prima parte del volume (cc. i-l), ripreso dalla Repubblica di Cicerone, questo trattato contiene la descrizione del mondo per gli antichi. La seconda parte (cc. l-clviii) contiene i Saturnalia, sette dei quali sono dedicati al Conviviorum Saturnaliorum e si occupano della scelta e dell'uso razionale di cibi e bevande. Opera illustrata con 6 figure astronomiche e geografiche e con la celebre mappa del mondo, ripresa dalla prima edizione, stampata a Brescia nel 1483. Questa mappa contiene, sotto i tre continenti (Europa, India e Perusta AEthiopia), separata dagli Alveus Oceani, un altro continente chiamato Temperata Antipodum nobis incognita, che sarebbe una delle prime rappresentazioni dell'America, così come la prima mappa a mostrare le correnti del mare. Cfr. Graesse, III, 330; Brunet, III, 1285; Sander 4076; Shirley 13. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Atlantis (ALAI-ILAB) [Torino, Italy]
2020-02-25 14:57:02
Spiera, Ambrosius de
Bologna, per Caligola Bazalieri, 1501. 202 unnum. Bll. Moderner HLdr. 21 x 15,5 cm. EDIT16, 29972; USTC 857312. - Erste Postinkunabelausgabe der von 1476 bis 1516 insgesamt siebenmal aufgelegten Sammlung von Fastenpredigten des aus Treviso stammenden Serviten Ambrosius de Spiera (um 1413-1454/55). - Tls. etwas fleckig. Das letzte Blatt mit Hinterlegung im Falz und am oberen Rand. Mit wenigen zeitgen. Marginalien. Etwas gebrauchsspurig. [4 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2020-02-17 20:53:24
HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE
1501. Large woodcut of the Imperial arms on the title, and woodcut of Bavarian Ducal arms on the colophon leaf. Folio (265 x 185mm.), 90 leaves (including blank A8), 39 lines, gothic letter. Contemporary Augsburg blindstamped deerskin? over wooden boards, the fore-edge bevelled, sides with pairs of triple fillets enclosing a wide Forest Deer Hunt roll EBDB w002075 (Hirsch-Rolle I), each cover with differing central panel, that on the upper including a small tool showing the device of an Eagle with a halo, clutching a Cross (EBDB s013636), and with the legend ?Newe gefatzt? (i.e. Neugefasst - 'redrafted') in upper border, spine in 4 compartments decorated with a double-rose tool, gilt metal catches remain (claspa lacking, one corner repaired, old cracks on spine repaired with loss to head and foot). First edition, third variant, preserved in a contemporary Augsburg binding decorated with a fine stag hunting roll, from the library of the Princes of Liechtenstein. The earliest printed collection of laws relating to the administration of the Holy Roman Empire, summarising those made during the reign of Frederick III, and concluding with the reforms passed at the Diet of Augsburg in 1500, during the reign of Maximilian I. Shortly after the Diet the Augsburg printer Hans Schobser moved his press to Munich, this being the first publication he issued from there. VD16 notes three variant issues, all of the same date, the present copy being the third of their listing, with at least three cancels (a1, and I7-8). The Augsburg binding workshop designated 'Hirsch-Rolle I'(Kyriss K84, Sch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2020-02-03 19:43:11
Bernhardus Claravallensis
[Speyer] Peter Drach, 1501. Hardcover, bound in decoratively embossed calf with metal clasps, edges speckled blue, with paper spine labels. Some worming to the binding, preliminary leaves and toward the end of the book, largely marginal; the first leaf with old manuscript notations and mounted on newer paper; a2 and a6 with damp stain and paper repairs, final two leaves with corner paper repair and small hole in the text respectively; pencil numbering. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Moroccobound Fine Books [Lewis Center, OH, U.S.A.]
2020-02-01 08:05:06
Albertus Magnus (attribuito a)
Impressum Venetiis, per Io. Aluisium de Varisio, [1501] MCCCCCI, Rara prima edizione cinquecentesca. Qualche restauro alle ultime carte che copre piccole parti di testo, uniforme e leggera brunitura del primo fascicolo, ma esemplare molto buono, marginoso e fresco. Antiche manicule, note e segni di attenzione passim. Trattato attribuito a Alberto Magno, ma probabilmente composto da uno dei suoi discepoli, ebbe fin dal Medioevo un’ampia circolazione (se ne conoscono più di ottanta manoscritti). Muovendo dalle teorie aristoteliche, galeniche e ippocratiche, l’opera tratta della natura femminile sia da un punto di vista medico sia filosofico, e dell’influenza degli astri sulle nascite. Assai raro, non se ne rilevano esemplari nel catalogo SBN. Adams A 533; Cantamessa, Biblioastrology, 98 (in nota) in 8°, legatura moderna in mezza pergamena con titoli al dorso, piatti in cartonato marmorizzato, cc. [56]. Rara prima edizione cinquecentesca. Qualche restauro alle ultime carte che copre piccole parti di testo, uniforme e leggera brunitura del primo fascicolo, ma esemplare molto buono, marginoso e fresco. Antiche manicule, note e segni di attenzione passim. legatura moderna in mezza pergamena con titoli al dorso, piatti in cartonato marmorizzato, [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pontremoli SRL [Milano, MI, Italy]
2020-01-30 16:13:13
Justinian I; Accorso, Francisco; Gradubus, Johann
1501. 1501 Venetian Edition of the Institutes in a Contemporary Binding [Justinian I (485-565 CE), Emperor of the East]. [Accursius (Accorso, Francisco) (c.1182-c.1260), Glossator]. [Gradibus, Johannes de (active 15th-16th c)]. Instituta cum Summariis. [Venice: Per Paganinum de Paganinis, May 25, 1501]. 152 [i.e. 140] ff. Text in parallel columns with linear gloss. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4-3/4"). Contemporary calf, blind frames and ornaments to boards, raised bands to spine, clasps, lower clasp lacking strap and buckle, endpapers renewed, inner margins of title page and leaf s1 (fol. 137) reinforced. Light rubbing to boards, light gatoring to spine, rubbing and light wear to spine ends, rubbing with heavier wear to corners. Printed throughout in red and black, "I" of "Instituta" on title page colored red. Moderate toning, faint, in some places very faint, dampstaining, some edgewear to preliminaries and final three leaves, annotations in early hand to title page and its verso, the verso of final leaf, and some leaves of the text. $7,500. * Commissioned by the Emperor Justinian in 530 CE, the body of writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis restated all existing Roman law. It has four components: the Code, Novels, Institutes and Digest. Intended for students, the Institutes is a synopsis of the reformed legal system. Rediscovered during the late middle ages, it became the standard textbook of Roman law. The main text of our 1501 imprint is accompanied by Accorso's great Glossa Ordinaria (or Magistralis). A Professor of Law at Bologna and a leading figure in the rev … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [United States]
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2020-01-30 12:07:11
VIGERIUS, Marcus.
, . . Oldenbourg (Schäufelein) I, 129; Proctor, German Books 1501-1520 11684; VD 16, V1183; cf. Thieme & Becker XXIX, p. 558. The two major texts by Marcus Vigerius de Savona (or Emmanuele Vigerio; 1446-1516) in their second editions. The Decachordum Christianum was first published by Girolamo Soncino in Fano in 1507. It is a devotional work, dealing with the Holy Family and Christ's incarnation, from the Annunciation to the Ascension. This second edition was printed in Hagenau in the Alsace, for the most famous publisher of Nuremberg, Anton Koberger. Each of the ten sections is preceded by a splendid woodcut by the "Master I S with the shovel", an artist of the school of Hans Schäufelein (ca. 1480-ca.1539) in Nuremberg and Nördlingen, who was himself a pupil of Dürer. The Master probably also worked in Alsace and his work is often confused with Schäufelein's. His style, however, is somewhat different and shows also the influence of Dürer and Baldung.With (partly erased) contemporary owner's entries on the first fly-leaf and title and many contemporary scholarly annotations in text, spine skilfully restored, some spotting on a few leaves. Very good copy in a magnificent contemporary blind-tooled binding, probably from Nuremberg.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2020-01-07 16:00:08
Morgenstern Gregor
VD 16, M6349 - Kristeller 214 - Muller II, 53, 10 - Panzer VI, 64, 315.- Erstmals 1501 erschienene Predigtsammlung des aus Oederan in Sachsen stammenden und in Leipzig als Doktor und Lehrer des kanonischen Rechtes tätigen Georg Morgenstern.- Einer der seltenen Drucke des aus Rapperswyl stammenden Wilhelm Schaffner (nur dreizehn Drucke sind von ihm bekannt). Er war von 1498 bis 1515 in Straßburg als Drucker tätig.- Auf dem vorletzten Blatt ein schöner Kreuzigungs-Holzschnitt in der "Manier der älteren Grüningerschen Holzschnitte" (Kristeller S. 9).- Nur wenige Lagen etw. gebräunt, Titel mit kl. dünner Stelle durch Stempelrasur, stellenw. etw. wasserrandig, wenige zeitgenöss. Unterstreichungen u. Anmerkungen, Vorsätze erneuert, Rücken fachm. unterlegt, insges. schönes, breitrandiges Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2019-12-20 04:29:05
1501. Engraving on hand laid (verge type) paper. Watermark: Monogram AM. Sheet size: 25,9 x 35,6 cm. Image size: 25,3 x 35,1 cm. We searched extensively but cannot find reference to this same-directional copy after the famous 1501 print by Durer. It is clearly not an photogravure as the delicate linework is quite different. Size is close to original by Durer. We appreciate any input. Rare.Made by an anonymous engraver after Albrecht Dürer. Albrecht Durer (1471-1528) was born in Nuremberg. He became famous with his many fine prints. He travelled extensively through Europe. Durer can be considered to be one of the most famous German artists of all time.Condition: Very good, given age. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.Keywords: VISION OF ST. EUSTACHE-STAG-EUSTACHIUSPCO-E1-20
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-13 11:19:03
Spiera, Ambrosius de
Bologna, per Caligola Bazalieri, 1501. Artikeldetails Sermones perutiles de adventu domini fe. incipiunt. Spiera, Ambrosius de: Bologna, per Caligola Bazalieri, 1501. 202 unnum. Bll. Moderner HLdr. 21 x 15,5 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 22194 Bemerkungen: EDIT16, 29972; USTC 857312. - Erste Postinkunabelausgabe der von 1476 bis 1516 insgesamt siebenmal aufgelegten Sammlung von Fastenpredigten des aus Treviso stammenden Serviten Ambrosius de Spiera (um 1413-1454/55). - Tls. etwas fleckig. Das letzte Blatt mit Hinterlegung im Falz und am oberen Rand. Mit wenigen zeitgen. Marginalien. Etwas gebrauchsspurig.EUR 900,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-12-03).
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2019-12-13 06:09:53
Justinian I; Accorso, Francisco; Gradubus, Johann
1501. 1501 Venetian Edition of the Institutes in a Contemporary Binding [Justinian I (485-565 CE), Emperor of the East]. [Accursius (Accorso, Francisco) (c.1182-c.1260), Glossator]. [Gradibus, Johannes de (active 15th-16th c)]. Instituta cum Summariis. [Venice: Per Paganinum de Paganinis, May 25, 1501]. 152 [i.e. 140] ff. Text in parallel columns with linear gloss. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4-3/4"). Contemporary calf, blind frames and ornaments to boards, raised bands to spine, clasps, lower clasp lacking strap and buckle, endpapers renewed, inner margins of title page and leaf s1 (fol. 137) reinforced. Light rubbing to boards, light gatoring to spine, rubbing and light wear to spine ends, rubbing with heavier wear to corners. Printed throughout in red and black, "I" of "Instituta" on title page colored red. Moderate toning, faint, in some places very faint, dampstaining, some edgewear to preliminaries and final three leaves, annotations in early hand to title page and its verso, the verso of final leaf, and some leaves of the text. $7,500. * Commissioned by the Emperor Justinian in 530 CE, the body of writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis restated all existing Roman law. It has four components: the Code, Novels, Institutes and Digest. Intended for students, the Institutes is a synopsis of the reformed legal system. Rediscovered during the late middle ages, it became the standard textbook of Roman law. The main text of our 1501 imprint is accompanied by Accorso's great Glossa Ordinaria (or Magistralis). A Professor of Law at Bologna and a leading figure in the rev … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-12-12 08:59:53
Justinian I; Accorso, Francisco; Gradubus, Johann
1501. 1501 Venetian Edition of the Institutes in a Contemporary Binding [Justinian I (485-565 CE), Emperor of the East]. [Accursius (Accorso, Francisco) (c.1182-c.1260), Glossator]. [Gradibus, Johannes de (active 15th-16th c)]. Instituta cum Summariis. [Venice: Per Paganinum de Paganinis, May 25, 1501]. 152 [i.e. 140] ff. Text in parallel columns with linear gloss. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4-3/4"). Contemporary calf, blind frames and ornaments to boards, raised bands to spine, clasps, lower clasp lacking strap and buckle, endpapers renewed, inner margins of title page and leaf s1 (fol. 137) reinforced. Light rubbing to boards, light gatoring to spine, rubbing and light wear to spine ends, rubbing with heavier wear to corners. Printed thoughout in red and black, "I" of "Instituta" on title page colored red. Moderate toning, faint, in some places very faint, dampstaining, some edgewear to preliminaries and final three leaves, annotations in early hand to title page and its verso, the verso of final leaf, and some leaves of the text. $7,500. * Commissioned by the Emperor Justinian in 530 CE, the body of writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis restated all existing Roman law. It has four components: the Code, Novels, Institutes and Digest. Intended for students, the Institutes is a synopsis of the reformed legal system. Rediscovered during the late middle ages, it became the standard textbook of Roman law. The main text of our 1501 imprint is accompanied by Accorso's great Glossa Ordinaria (or Magistralis). A Professor of Law at Bologna and a leading figure in the reviv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2019-12-12 06:05:48
Justinian I; Accorso, Francisco; Gradubus, Johann
1501 Venetian Edition of the Institutes in a Contemporary Binding [Justinian I (485-565 CE), Emperor of the East]. [Accursius (Accorso, Francisco) (c.1182-c.1260), Glossator]. [Gradibus, Johannes de (active 15th-16th c)]. Instituta cum Summariis. [Venice: Per Paganinum de Paganinis, May 25, 1501]. 152 [i.e. 140] ff. Text in parallel columns with linear gloss. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4-3/4"). Contemporary calf, blind frames and ornaments to boards, raised bands to spine, clasps, lower clasp lacking strap and buckle, endpapers renewed, inner margins of title page and leaf s1 (fol. 137) reinforced. Light rubbing to boards, light gatoring to spine, rubbing and light wear to spine ends, rubbing with heavier wear to corners. Printed throughout in red and black, "I" of "Instituta" on title page colored red. Moderate toning, faint, in some places very faint, dampstaining, some edgewear to preliminaries and final three leaves, annotations in early hand to title page and its verso, the verso of final leaf, and some leaves of the text. $7,500. * Commissioned by the Emperor Justinian in 530 CE, the body of writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis restated all existing Roman law. It has four components: the Code, Novels, Institutes and Digest. Intended for students, the Institutes is a synopsis of the reformed legal system. Rediscovered during the late middle ages, it became the standard textbook of Roman law. The main text of our 1501 imprint is accompanied by Accorso's great Glossa Ordinaria (or Magistralis). A Professor of Law at Bologna and a leading figure in the revival of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2019-11-26 08:56:08
MARTIALIS, Marcus Valerius.
First Aldine edition of Martial's epigrams, the fifth book in Aldus's series of octavo classics set in the world's first italic type, introduced with his octavo edition of Virgil in April 1501. While the octavo format was not new, it had been most common in devotional works and rarely if ever used for classics. Aldus used this format and the small and narrow italic type primarily for works in verse, which had fairly short lines. Perhaps for that reason, he also departed from what were then the normal proportions of sheets of paper. Aldus himself notes in the 1501 octavo edition of Juvenal and Persius that the books in this format "may be more conveniently held in the hand and learned by heart (not to speak of being read) by everyone", suggesting that they are both more portable and less expensive. He therefore met the needs of the growing market of students, as well as men of business who wished to be fashionably intellectual or simply enjoyed good literature. Martial's epigrams, written between AD 86 and 103, provide not only a masterly model of Latin poetic style, but also a window into classical Roman society in the early years of the Empire, often relating situations and problems encountered in daily life and how people react to them, whether wisely or foolishly. With an early owner's inscription struck through at the head of the first page and a few contemporary and later manuscript notes. Also on the first page are some attractive calligraphic trials (ca. 1700?). The initial B in the space left for that purpose at the opening of Martial's preamble appears to have been … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-11-26 08:56:08
QUINTILIANUS, Marcus Fabius.
Adams Q52; Ahmanson-Murphy 106; BMC STC Italian, p. 546; Renouard, Aldus, p. 68, no. 5. The first Aldine edition (the only one produced by Aldus Manutius himself) of the complete text of Quintilian's De oratoria, on the teaching of speaking and writing. It covers not only the theory and practice of rhetoric, but also the foundational education and development of the orator himself. For Quintilian, the ideal orator or rhetorician was skilled in speaking and also a moral man. The Institutiones can therefore be described as a treatise on education, a manual of rhetoric, a reader's guide to the best authors and a handbook of the moral duties of the orator. Although much of what he writes is similar to Cicero, Quintilian emphasizes teaching. He was recognized by his contemporaries and strongly influenced the schools that the Romans spread throughout the Empire until the fifth century. The present edition is well printed and set entirely in one size of italic type, a style Aldus introduced in 1501.With an occasional early marginal annotation in brown ink and a later owner's inscription. Slightly browned throughout and with occasional water stains, but still in good condition and with generous margins. The binding has been rebacked and is chafed around the edges, but the gold-tooled centrepiece is well-preserved.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-06 14:54:36
HUNDT, Magnus.
Leipzig: Wolfgang Stöckel, 1501. First edition. Some of the earliest printed anatomical illustrations. An outstanding copy, in untouched contemporary binding from the collection of Jean Blondelet, of one of the earliest works with anatomical illustrations, "includes the first illustrations of the viscera in a printed book" (GM). "Hundt's best-known work, Antropologia de hominis dignitate, natura et proprietatibus de elementis, published in 1507, is one of the three or four earliest printed books to include anatomic illustrations. At one time, Hundt's work was looked upon as the oldest printed book with original anatomic illustrations, but that is no longer believed to be the case. His Antorpologia included five full-page woodcuts, including two identical reproductions of the human head, which appeared on the back of the title page as well as later in the book. The woodcuts are crude and schematic and not done from nature, and although one of the woodcuts pictures the entire body and lists the various external parts, there is no attempt to equate the anatomical term with the actual representation. There is also a full-page woodcut of a hand with chiromantic markings, and of the internal organs of the throat and abdomen. Smaller woodcuts, including plates of the stomach, intestines, and cranium, are inserted throughout the text. The work gives a clear idea of anatomy prior to the work of Berengario da Carpi, and can be regarded as typifying late-fifteenth-century concepts. Hundt held that the stars exert more influence on the human body than on other composites of elements, a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2019-11-05 20:50:05
HUNDT, Magnus
Wolfgang Stöckel, Leipzig, 1501. An outstanding copy, in untouched contemporary binding from the collection of Jean Blondelet, of one of the earliest works with anatomical illustrations, "includes the first illustrations of the viscera in a printed book" (GM). "Hundt's best-known work, Antropologia de hominis dignitate, natura et proprietatibus de elementis, published in 1501, is one of the three or four earliest printed books to include anatomic illustrations. At one time, Hundt's work was looked upon as the oldest printed book with original anatomic illustrations, but that is no longer believed to be the case. His Antorpologia included five full-page woodcuts, including two identical reproductions of the human head, which appeared on the back of the title page as well as later in the book. The woodcuts are crude and schematic and not done from nature, and although one of the woodcuts pictures the entire body and lists the various external parts, there is no attempt to equate the anatomical term with the actual representation. There is also a full-page woodcut of a hand with chiromantic markings, and of the internal organs of the throat and abdomen. Smaller woodcuts, including plates of the stomach, intestines, and cranium, are inserted throughout the text. The work gives a clear idea of anatomy prior to the work of Berengario da Carpi, and can be regarded as typifying late-fifteenth-century concepts. Hundt held that the stars exert more influence on the human body than on other composites of elements, and his book includes generalizations about human physiognomy and chiro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Koebenhavn V, Denmark]
2019-10-30 00:21:18
Morgenstern Gregor
VD 16, M6349 - Kristeller 214 - Muller II, 53, 10 - Panzer VI, 64, 315.- Erstmals 1501 erschienene Predigtsammlung des aus Oederan in Sachsen stammenden und in Leipzig als Doktor und Lehrer des kanonischen Rechtes tätigen Georg Morgenstern.- Einer der seltenen Drucke des aus Rapperswyl stammenden Wilhelm Schaffner (nur dreizehn Drucke sind von ihm bekannt). Er war von 1498 bis 1515 in Straßburg als Drucker tätig.- Auf dem vorletzten Blatt ein schöner Kreuzigungs-Holzschnitt in der "Manier der älteren Grüningerschen Holzschnitte" (Kristeller S. 9).- Nur wenige Lagen etw. gebräunt, Titel mit kl. dünner Stelle durch Stempelrasur, stellenw. etw. wasserrandig, wenige zeitgenöss. Unterstreichungen u. Anmerkungen, Vorsätze erneuert, Rücken fachm. unterlegt, insges. schönes, breitrandiges Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
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2019-09-14 02:29:16
Early Printing]. Koberger, Anton [1440/45 - 1513] - Printer
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1501. Cf. Proctor 10958; ISTC ib00605000. Folio: a^8 b - z^6 A - Zz6 ^8. R4 missigned Q4. Text block trimmed at some juncture [not us], with current leaf size: ~ 28.6 cm x 18.8 cm. Rubricated / modest illumination of initial paragraph letters. Binding: 11-1/2" x 8". A modern full calf binding, executed in period style, with brass bosses at each corner & center boss in each board. Modern leather strap clasp. Red edgestain. Binding - Fine. Imperfect textblock, lacking the initial gathering, and two leaves Zz1 & Zz6. Extensive period annotations throughout/some marginal paper restoration to numerous leaves [especially H3 (no loss) & lower portion of 8]. Some annotations affected by trimming. 1 cm closed tear to bottom edge of S2, T1; top of Qq5; bit of paper loss to Tt5 & Xx1 lower margin [no text affected]. Texblock overall, with a nod to the missing leaves, Very Good. Item #46178 "Anton Koberger was the German goldsmith, printer and publisher who printed and published the Nuremberg Chronicle, a landmark of incunabula, and was a successful bookseller of works from other printers. He established in 1470 the first printing house in Nuremberg", from which sprang a number of editions of the Biblia Latina, first appearing in 1475, with this, reputedly, the last with the Koberger name.
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [Alameda, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-08-29 09:11:34
Apuleius; Philippus Beroaldus, ed.
[colophon: Venetiis: Per Simonem Papiensem dictum Bivilaquam, 1501]. Folio (31 cm, 12.2"). 478 pp. The sole ancient Roman novel written in Latin to come to us completely intact, with scholarly commentary from one of the great Italian humanists — here in the uncommon second edition, following the first of the previous year. Bevilaqua printed the "Golden Ass," Apuleius's story of magical and erotic shenanigans starring a protagonist enchanted into the form of a donkey, with Beroaldo's substantial remarks surrounding each page of text. The whole is printed in various point sizes of roman type, with numerous interesting woodcut initials and a few phrases in Greek. => This copy is rubricated throughout. Evidence of readership: An early reader has provided comments in the margins or interlinearly on more than 50 leaves. Additionally, that reader has added marks of emphasis (i.e., manicules) along with underlining. Searches of WorldCat find => only eight U.S. institutions reporting ownership of this second edition. Adams A1371; Brunet, I, 362; EDIT16 CNCE 2222; Schweiger, II, 11. Modern mottled calf, covers framed in decorative blind roll, spine with gilt-stamped red leather title-label, blind-ruled raised bands, and blind-tooled foliate decorations in compartments. Older dealer's catalogue description taped to front pastedown. Title-page mounted some time ago; final blank leaf lacking. Pinhole worming; a few leaves showing light to moderate waterstaining in outer portions. => Overall a handsome and engaging copy of a handsome, significant incunable.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [U.S.A.]
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2019-08-22 21:57:10
Apuleius; Philippus Beroaldus, ed.
Per Simonem Papiensem dictum Bivilaquam, 1501. The sole ancient Roman novel written in Latin to come to us completely intact, with scholarly commentary from one of the great Italian humanists -- here in the uncommon second edition, following the first of the previous year. Bevilaqua printed the "Golden Ass," Apuleius's story of magical and erotic shenanigans starring a protagonist enchanted into the form of a donkey, with Beroaldo's substantial remarks surrounding each page of text. The whole is printed in various point sizes of roman type, with numerous interesting woodcut initials and a few phrases in Greek. => This copy is rubricated throughout. Evidence of readership: An early reader has provided comments in the margins or interlinearly on more than 50 leaves. Additionally, that reader has added marks of emphasis (i.e., manicules) along with underlining. Searches of WorldCat find => only eight U.S. institutions reporting ownership of this second edition.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-08-21 20:48:41
MARTIALIS, Marcus Valerius.
1501. Adams M689; Ahmanson-Murphy I, 37; Dibdin, Greek and Latin classics II, p. 229; Renouard, Annales . Alde, p. 30, no. 7; USTC 841150. First Aldine edition of Martial's epigrams, the fifth book in Aldus's series of octavo classics set in the world's first italic type, introduced with his octavo edition of Virgil in April 1501. While the octavo format was not new, it had been most common in devotional works and rarely if ever used for classics. Aldus used this format and the small and narrow italic type primarily for works in verse, which had fairly short lines. Perhaps for that reason, he also departed from what were then the normal proportions of sheets of paper. Aldus himself notes in the 1501 octavo edition of Juvenal and Persius that the books in this format "may be more conveniently held in the hand and learned by heart (not to speak of being read) by everyone", suggesting that they are both more portable and less expensive. He therefore met the needs of the growing market of students, as well as men of business who wished to be fashionably intellectual or simply enjoyed good literature. Martial's epigrams, written between AD 86 and 103, provide not only a masterly model of Latin poetic style, but also a window into classical Roman society in the early years of the Empire, often relating situations and problems encountered in daily life and how people react to them, whether wisely or foolishly. With an early owner's inscription struck through at the head of the first page and a few contemporary and later manuscript notes. Also on the first page are some attractive … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2019-07-18 12:11:35
ORDO FRATRUM, MINORUM:.
(In fine, verso f. 94:) Romae, per Eucharium Silber alias Franck, 1501. in-4, ff. (10, su 20, mancando la segn. B con l'indice), 1-95 (su 96, mancando il f. c5, num 21), legatura settec. mezza pelle e ang. (assai consunta e debole alle cerniere). Testo in car. semigotico, iniziali silogr., i fogli in numerazione romana. Editio princeps della raccolta dei nuovi statuti per la riforma dell'Ordine dei Conventuali approvati da Alessandro VI con un breve del 7 aprile 1501 (chiamati quindi "Consitutiones Alexandrinae") e stampati dal Silber il giorno seguente. L'inizio del testo (f. 1 recto: "Capitulum primum") presenta una pagina miniata con oro: bordura su tre lati con in basso stemma inscritto in un tondo affiancato da ricco ornamento di foglie d'acanto in blu, rosso, verde, viola e semi in oro; a metà del borso sinistro incorpora una grande iniziale H in oro divisa in quattro e decorata, è interrorra da ornamento floreale che viene ripreso nell'angolo alto e si estende, con le stesse caratteristiche di forme e colori, per tutta l'ampiezza del foglio, incorporando la scritta a stampa "capitulum primum". Opera di notevole importanza e rarità, postillata d'antica mano sul foglio di titolo e nei margini qua e là. Esempl. a pieni margini (purtroppo con le mancanze dichiarate, lievi aloni d'umido e margine infer. bianco del f. 94 tagliato). BMC 278. Tinto, Annali Silber, n. 1. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2019-07-17 20:11:21
wohl in einem Kloster
wohl Regensburg: 1501. ! WICHTIG !! bitte sehen sie sich alle Bilder an ! Bilder sind Teil der Artikelbeschreibung ! Please look at all the pictures ! Pictures are part of the description ! S'il vous plaît regarder toutes les images ! Les images font partie de la description de l'article ! Sie bieten auf 1 Buch: Inhalt: 2 Texte - Alberti Magni theologorum principis et incomparabilis viri. qui diut... - U Arie questiones de qualibet disputate acedite a profundissimo pro batissimo q. theologo doctore angelico diuo Thoma Aquinate ordinis predicator. puigiti cura reuite. et nunc demus impresse MCCCCCI Beschreibung: 2 Texte in einem Buch, um 1 Jahr leider keine Inkunabel mehr, aber als Postinkunabel bzw. Frühdruck bezeichnet. Der erste Text von/über Albertus Magnus (*um 1200 +1280), Bischof von Regensburg (Albert II. 1260-1262) Am Ende des Textes: Venerabilis ani Alberti magni Ratisponesis episcuper officio misse liber finit feliciter Der zweite Text von/über Thomas von Aquin (*1225 +1274), italienischer Dominikaner, einer der einflussreichsten Philosophen und Theologe der Kirchengeschichte. Am Ende des Textes: Quod liber angelici doctoris s. Thome aquitatis ordinis predicator. p doctorem eximium Theodericu susteren vigilanter reuisum fauste finit. impressu denuo Colonie per honestam vir Henricum Quentell Anno incarnationis dominice MCCCCCI. Drucker des Textes von Thomas von Aquin: Henricum Quentell Colonie (Heinrich Quentell, Köln) (gestorben 31. August 1501) War Buchdrucken in Köln. (Lebensgeschichte und Daten sind bei Wikipedia zu finden.) Manchmal auf ein paar Seiten am Rand … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ansichtskarten-und-antiquitäten (jack_daniels_no7) [Regensburg, DE]
2019-06-22 09:33:16
STEENS, M.J.;
Antwerpen , De Vries , Gebonden, 328pp. ISBN 9789061005667. Dit is een van de meest interessante briefwisselingen die de wereldliteratuur heeft voortgebracht. Deel 2 omvat wat is overgebleven van Erasmus' correspondentie van 1501 tot 1514. Erasmus verwerft in deze tijd een dominante positie als vorst van letteren en van het christelijk humanisme. Hij maakt zich het Grieks eigen, schetst de basisgedachten van zijn christendomin het 'Handboek van de christensoldaat', vestigt zijn naam als geleerde met de prachtige uitgave van 'Adiaia, schrijft zijn 'Lof der zotheid', geeft de correspondentie van Hieronymus uit en legt de grondslag voor zijn uitgave van het Nieuwe Testament. Veel vertrouwelijke brieven aan zijn vrienden, veel voorwoorden voor zijn beschermheren. Uit deze brieven komt Erasmus tevoorschijn als een zelfbewust man met een scherpe tong wanneer hij kritiek levert, maar ook als een warmvoelende vriend, nieuwsgierig naar alles wat er in Engeland en op het vasteland gebeurt. Nieuw. Versand D: 12,00 EUR STEENS CORRESPONDENTIE VAN ERASMUS deel 2 De Vries 9789061005667 corresp briefwisseling filosofie philosoph wijsbegeerte human science menswetenschap litterature literature letteren letterkunde literair proza roman
Bookseller: ERIK TONEN BOOKS [Belgien]
2019-06-07 22:38:09
DOCUMENTO MANUSCRITO SIGLO XV, REYES CATOLICOS. CARTA EXECUTORIA. CIUDAD REAL
Preciosas pinturas a plena página representando la primera un b. Dada en Ciudad Real a 17 de Marzo de 1501.- 33 folios sin numerar en pergamino, siendo el primero en vitela, 16 son manuscritos con cuidada caligrafía a tinta parda en letra gótica y cuatro que van en blanco más tres que están ilustrados: Preciosas pinturas a plena página representando la primera un bello escudo nobiliario (en vitela), la segunda un Cristo Crucificado sobre un corazón rojo y todo ello orlado por motivos florales y flamígeros (sigue a la anterior y está en anteportada), y la tercera una Virgen Purísima con orla de parecidos motivos (al final del documento). También aparece recuadrado y en colores y oro el encabezamiento de la Carta Ejecutoria donde están escritos los nombres de los Reyes Católicos y posteriormente aparecen decoradas y en color todas las letras capitales del texto; signos notariales en los márgenes y las firmas de varios altos funcionarios al final. También contiene algunos escudos pintados a tinta en los márgenes de los primeros folios del texto con motivos de alas o perros; 4º mayor (28,50 x 20 cm); Encuadernación de época en terciopelo rojo-fucsia sobre tapas de madera, el lomo muy desgastado.- CONTENIDO: Carta Ejecutoria de Hidalguía y recuperación de rentas y privilegios que los Reyes Católicos mandan cumplir a favor de Francisco de Abreu, natural de Gibraleón (Sevilla). "De las dichas costas mandamos a las dichas Justizias a quien o qualesquiera dellas quentren, tomen, executen quantos de bienes muebles de vos el dicho Concejo allos Regidores, Oficiales, omes buenos de la … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2019-06-01 20:53:23
Zaragoza, 1501. El Fuero Real de España plasma los principios del intento de unificar el Derecho por parte de los reyes, frente a las ciudades castellanas y sus fueros municipales. Alfonso X intenta poner fin a la dispersión jurídica con esta obra formada por 4 libros: el primero se ocupa de la política y la religión y del personal de la administración de justicia; el segundo de los procedimientos judiciales; el tercero trata el derecho civil y el cuarto recoge el derecho penal. Encuadernación en pergamino del siglo XVIII. Portada con pequeña falta y anotaciones. Formato folio. 12 h. 231 folios. Letra gótica, portada en rojo, texto a doble columna. Texto del fuero castellano rodeado del comentario en latín de Alfonso Díaz de Montalvo. Con algunas anotaciones de la época. Primeras hojas con pequeños puntos de polilla que no afectan al texto y . 3 hojas con rasguño. Buen estado general. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería García Prieto [Madrid, Spain]
2019-05-18 06:21:01
(Chalmuch Hacienda, Yucatan, Mexico).
Chalmuch, Merida, elsewhere in Yucatan: , 1626–1866, 1501. Chalmuch, Merida, elsewhere in Yucatan, 1626–1866. Folio (31 cm, 12.5"). 132 ff. (14 blank).. Law suits between Yucatan hacienda owners (one a woman), and hacienda owners and Indians; estate inventories and land transfers (three in Maya); materials showing usefully characteristic environmental effects — from the early 17th century and continuing through the middle of the 19th, these documents chronicle the development of the Chalmuch hacienda, situated approximately 12 kilometers west of the center of Merida.    In the Yucatan — for geographic, geologic. ecologic, and economic reasons, particularly the quality of the soil and the lack of water for irrigation — haciendas had a later appearance than in other parts of Mexico, especially in the center and north, where hacienda development began in the decade after the fall of the Aztec Empire. It was not until the 17th century that haciendas began to be established in the Yucatan Peninsula.    The earliest document in these five sewn-files is dated 18 May 1626 and concerns the settlement of a law suit between Bernardo de Sosa Velazquez and the Indians of the towns of Santiago, Cauqall, and Vac regarding unused lands and hills. The suit was settled in favor of Sosa with the provisos that he occupy the lands, build on and populate them, and bring in cattle within one year. The addition of new land to this original sitio is the substance of the remaining documents. Among them are two estate inventories and three documents of the first third of the 18th century in Maya (lan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
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2019-05-10 14:23:47
Ovid
(Bologna: Caligola Bazalieri, 1501). Quarto. (94)ff. This edition is based on the version published by Caligola Bazalieri's brother, Bazaliero Bazalieri, in July 1491. The text is Ovid's Heroides, a collection of imaginary letters written from ancient mythological heroines to the lovers who abandoned or mistreated them, including Penelope, Dido, Ariadne, Phaedra, Medea, and Sappho. Printed in Roman type, with wood-engraved initials. Caligola Bazalieri began his career as a printer by working at his brother's press, and he printed his own title in 1492. It is rare to come across any of Caligola Bazalieri's editions: seventeen of the forty-two books that he published are known only as single copies or are "ghost" volumes, only known through bibliographies. This edition of the Heroides is unknown to all bibliographies and unrecorded in any institution. Bound in eighteenth-century red half morocco by Carlo Zehe. Spine in six compartments, gilt-titled in one, and with gilt floral decorations in the other five compartments. Some small spots of biopredation to spine, and minor dampstaining, else fine. Some contemporary notes and corrections written in the margins. From the library of Giacomo Filippo Durazzo, a Genoese nobleman.
Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers [USA]
2019-04-14 15:23:38
Fuchs Leonhart, 1501-1566
Fuchs Leonhart, 1501-1566. Cowslip, anno 1543, Fuchs Leonhart, Das KräuterbuchLeonhart Fuchs: Das Kräuterbuch von 1543 Abb 489 (Seite: 841) : Geel Schlüsselblumen (CCCCLXXXIX) Lateinisch: Primula veris Deutsch: Schlüsselblume, echte English: Cowslip Francais: primevère officinale Bezeichnung auf den Holzschnitten: Baumann: Primula veris L. Lateinisch: VERBASCULUM CROCEUM VULGARE Deutsch: Gemain garten saffrangeel schlüsselblom Informationen von Prof. Dr. Heinrich Marzell (1938): Blüte: Blüten zitronengelb Familie: Schlüsselblumengewächse Vorkommen: In Süd- und Mitteldeutschland häufig auf trockenen Wiesen, an Waldrändern Verwendung: Der Tee aus den Blüten wird als schweißtreibendes Mittel bei Erkältungen, Brustbeschwerden gebraucht. Der Absud des Wurzelstockes ist ein schleimlösendes Mittel bei Brustleiden, auch wird er gegen Gicht und Lähmungen gebraucht Leonhart Fuchs [?f?ks] (1501 10 May 1566), sometimes spelled Leonhard Fuchs,[1] was a German physician and botanist. His chief notability is as the author of a large book about plants and their uses as medicines, i.e. a Herbal Book. It was first published in 1542 in Latin. It has about 500 accurate and detailed drawings of plants, which were printed from woodcuts. The drawings are the book's most notable advance on its predecessors.[2] Although drawings were in use beforehand in other Herbal books, Fuchs' Herbal book proved and emphasized high-quality drawings as the most telling way to specify what a plant name stands for. The botanical genus Fuchsia is named in his honour, and consequently the colour fuchsia. Fuchs w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Germany]
2019-03-26 16:06:13
Spiera, Ambrosius de
Bologna, per Caligola Bazalieri, 1501. Artikeldetails Sermones perutiles de adventu domini fe. incipiunt. Spiera, Ambrosius de: Bologna, per Caligola Bazalieri, 1501. 202 unnum. Bll. Moderner HLdr. 21 x 15,5 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 22194 Bemerkungen: EDIT16, 29972; USTC 857312. - Erste Postinkunabelausgabe der von 1476 bis 1516 insgesamt siebenmal aufgelegten Sammlung von Fastenpredigten des aus Treviso stammenden Serviten Ambrosius de Spiera (um 1413-1454/55). - Tls. etwas fleckig. Das letzte Blatt mit Hinterlegung im Falz und am oberen Rand. Mit wenigen zeitgen. Marginalien. Etwas gebrauchsspurig.EUR 900,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-03-14).
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2019-02-15 15:50:03
Spiera, Ambrosius de
Artikeldetails Sermones perutiles de adventu domini fe. incipiunt. Spiera, Ambrosius de: Bologna, per Caligola Bazalieri, 1501. 202 unnum. Bll. Moderner HLdr. 21 x 15,5 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 22194 Bemerkungen: EDIT16, 29972; USTC 857312. - Erste Postinkunabelausgabe der von 1476 bis 1516 insgesamt siebenmal aufgelegten Sammlung von Fastenpredigten des aus Treviso stammenden Serviten Ambrosius de Spiera (um 1413-1454/55). - Tls. etwas fleckig. Das letzte Blatt mit Hinterlegung im Falz und am oberen Rand. Mit wenigen zeitgen. Marginalien. Etwas gebrauchsspurig.EUR 900,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-02-10).
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher [München, DE]
2019-02-10 00:11:05
Spiera, Ambrosius de
Artikeldetails Sermones perutiles de adventu domini fe. incipiunt. Spiera, Ambrosius de: Bologna, per Caligola Bazalieri, 1501. 202 unnum. Bll. Moderner HLdr. 21 x 15,5 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 22194 Bemerkungen: EDIT16, 29972; USTC 857312. - Erste Postinkunabelausgabe der von 1476 bis 1516 insgesamt siebenmal aufgelegten Sammlung von Fastenpredigten des aus Treviso stammenden Serviten Ambrosius de Spiera (um 1413-1454/55). - Tls. etwas fleckig. Das letzte Blatt mit Hinterlegung im Falz und am oberen Rand. Mit wenigen zeitgen. Marginalien. Etwas gebrauchsspurig.EUR 900,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-01-10).
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher [München, DE]
2019-02-07 07:02:46
Livius(Livy), Titus
Georgium de Rusconibus(Giorgio Rusconi), 1501. Folio(325x213 mm). ff. (20) + 229 + (1, blank). A complete copy! Woodcut printer's device(Georgium de Rusconibus/Giorgio Rusconi) and woodcut initials throughout. 20th century brown morocco with gilt lettering and top edge. Small tape repair at the bottom of leaf 124, some minor foxing on a few leaves mainly at the second half of the book, else Near Fine. Marginal annotations and underlining in red by Marcus Antonius Coccius Sabellicus(?),(1436 1506) Venetian scholar and curator of the National Library of St. Mark s in Venice. A lovely copy of a very rare edition of Livy - I could only locate 1 auction result in the last 150 years and some 10 copies in libraries, of which only 2 are in the USA. ****** One of Rome s greatest writers, Titus Livius lived a contemplative life dedicated largely to writing Rome s history continually publishing new material by popular demand. Only 35 of his original 142 books survived, which were eventually divided into decades by later scribes. Taking a biased focus on the character and virtue necessary to achieve Rome s greatness rather than pure historical accuracy, Livy s vivid style was nonetheless highly influential on future writers and historians. *****PLEASE CONTACT US FOR BETTER PRICING [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Anniroc Rare Books [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-02-01 01:54:02
BERNADINO DA SIENA , St
1501. Large woodcut on title-page and Nicolas Wolff's white-on-black device on verso of last leaf; initials in red. 4to (212 x 150mm). 239, [1]. ff. Double columns. Contemporary South German? blind tooled calf over wooden boards, covers divided by quadruple fillets into nine compartments, the central ones further divided by diagonal fillets, on upper cover the four corner panels with large rosette tool, the others with repeated hatched ?headed-outline tool? or ?cusped-edge stamp?, the back cover with rosettes in corners but other panels left blank (lacks clasp, remains of catches, upper cover joint just starting but sound). First edition of this collection of sermons by the renowned Franciscan preacher St. Bernardino of Siena (1380-1444), known as the ?Trumpeter of God? The fine woodcut on the title-page shows St. Bernardino as a friar pointing to the sacred monogram ?I.H.S.? which he promoted with zeal. Below are three espiscopal mitres and a crozier which illustrate his rejection of the bishoprics of Siena, Urbino and Ferrara. This copy belonged to the celebrated Viennese-born London book dealer/scholar E.P. Goldschmidt who advanced the study of bookbinding with his seminal work, Gothic and Renaissance Book Bindings first published in 1928. In it he discusses the use of the ?headed-outline tool? found here, ?The numerous monastic bindings from Bavarian houses show more variation and less easily defined characteristics, but that region offers a characteristic mark in the use of a curious tool which I have called a ?headed-outline tool? this tool was used to produce an inde … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-02-01 00:42:16
Musik - (Wollick de Serovilla, Nicolaus:
(Köln, Quentel, 1501). 38 nn. Bl. (von 40; A1 und A6 in Faksimile beigebunden). Mit Notendruck auf 41 Seiten, 3 Holzschnitt-Tabellen und 3 (1 blattgroßen, teilkolorierten) Text-Holzschnitten; die ersten Seiten rubriziert. 4° (19,5 x 14 cm). In neuerer Zeit in lateinische Pergament-Handschrift (um 1400?) gebunden, mit hs. Titel auf Deckel. Bogensignaturen: A6, B4, C6, D4, E4, F6, G4, H6 (letztes weiß); die beiden fehlenden Blatt (A1 und A6) fotografisch faksimiliert nach dem Exemplar der BSB (Sigel: 12). Sehr früher musiktheoretischer Traktat in der ersten Ausgabe, in allen Ausgaben des beginnenden 16. Jhdts von großer Seltenheit (vgl. VD16 W 4339ff; STC 927; MGG XIV, 836f) und erstes Beispiel eines Universitätslehrbuches, das hier auf Vorlagen wie Guido von Arezzo (vgl. auch die "Guidonische Hand"), Hugo von Reutlingen, Adam von Fulda, M. Kleinspeck, J. Clochlaeus, Sigebert von Gembloux oder seinen Wormser Lehrer Melchior von Schanppecher rekurriert. N. Wollick, Wollicus, Wolquier oder Volcyr (um 1480, Serouville/Lothringen - 1541 Nancy; nach frz. Rezeption vor allem Polyhistor), ist alleiniger Verfasser der beiden ersten Teile, Schanppechers Beiträge zur Musica figurativa (pars III), zur Kontrapunktik und Kompositionslehre (pars IV) sind hier erstmals veröffentlicht (vgl. auch MGG XI, 1598). Etwas berieben bzw. abgegriffen und gebräunt; auf dem Vorderspiegel mit montiertem gest. Wappen und der Merian-Ansicht von Ziegenberg (Langenhain, Ober-Mörlen in der Wetterau; 110 x 85 mm); A2 mit hinterlegtem Randausriss (kein Textverlust) und hs. Eintrag "Coloniae. 1501"; teils etwas … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2019-01-31 15:15:22
(Spanish Popular Theater Collection, 1828–1927).
Madrid, Barcelona, & elsewhere: Various publishers, 1828–1927. Mostly small 8vo. Bound in 43 volumes. This considerable gathering of Spanish 19th- and early 20th–century plays includes, in 43 sammelbande, plays by Hartzenbusch, Rodriguez Rubi, Breton de los Herreros, Lopez de Ayala, Garcia Gutierrez, Echegaray, Zorrilla, Eguilaz, Gil de Zarate, and many others. => One play was expressly written for the actress María Ana de Jesús Guerrero Torija. => Three of the plays are presentation copies from the playwrights.    Evidence of Readership: Six plays are marked up either as prompt or acting copies or by very interested readers.    => A list of the collection is available. All volumes are in good condition, except one which has waterstaining throughout. Texts sometimes have foxing or stains. Ten plays lack title-leaves. Such condition problems have been taken into account in establishing the price.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
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2019-01-31 10:29:52
SCHEDEL, D. Hartmann.
1501. Nuremberg, Anton Koberger, 1493, Latin edition. Coloured woodcut, image 260 x 540mm, set in a page of text. A few small repairs to the centrefold, as usual. An imaginary view of the Destruction of Jerusalem, with the Temple of Solomon on fire, from the famous 'Nuremberg Chronicle'. On verso are several more woodcut illustrations. LAOR: 1125, illus.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
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2019-01-30 17:46:05
BERNADINO DA SIENA , St
Large woodcut on title-page and Nicolas Wolff's white-on-black device on verso of last leaf; initials in red. 4to (212 x 150mm). 239, [1]. ff. Double columns. Contemporary South German? blind tooled calf over wooden boards, covers divided by quadruple fillets into nine compartments, the central ones further divided by diagonal fillets, on upper cover the four corner panels with large rosette tool, the others with repeated hatched "headed-outline tool" or "cusped-edge stamp", the back cover with rosettes in corners but other panels left blank (lacks clasp, remains of catches, upper cover joint just starting but sound).
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
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