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2019-01-16 08:37:12
1501. Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1501 1ed Reinhard de Ladenburg Passion Du Christ Miracles Bible Incunable Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1501 1ed Reinhard de Ladenburg Passion du Christ Miracles Bible Incunable Une impression de première édition rare 1501 de « La Passion du Christ » de Reinhard de Ladenburg. Cet ouvrage traite de la vie, ministère et la mort de Jésus-Christ, en explorant les nombreux miracles qu'il aborda, offrant des commentaires sur la vie de la Vierge Marie et de la naissance miraculeuse, de prières de Jésus et de méditations, observation des disciples de l'Eucharistie, Trahison de Judas, la flagellation et la torture de Jésus et enfin sa mort et résurrection. Ce commentaire médiéval est imprimé avec des références bibliques et versets dans l'ensemble, ainsi que gravure de belle gravure sur bois de Jésus sur la croix au verso du titre. Numéro d'article : #2027 Prix : $3500 LAUDENBURG, les de Reinardus Passio d [omi] ñi nostri Jesu christi predicata siue cõpilata par modũ quadragesimalis un patre venerabili Reinhardo de Laudenburg. Impressa Nurmberge : [Balthasar Schleifer], 7 avril, 1501. Première édition. Détails: · Nombre de pages : Complet avec tous les 100 feuilles le Illustration de la gravure sur bois au verso du frontispice de Jésus sur la Croix le Colophon : Nurinberg … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-10 21:50:25
Temeswar, Pelbart von].
(Hagenau, Johannes Rynman / Heinrich Gran, 1501). 4to. (18) pp., 1 blank leaf, (428) pp. With an elaborately illuminated initial in green, red, blue, and opaque white, raised in gilt, at the beginning of the prologue. Contemporary blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards with two clasps and 18th century title label to spine. The second quarto edition of this book of sermons for Marian feasts, composed by the Franciscan monk Pelbart of Temesvár (ca. 1435-1504), following the 1498 first edition. Graesse also mentions an undated edition, which might have been issued prior to the present one. As the author of a variety of Bible commentaries and collections of sermons, Pelbart was well known beyond the borders of the Kingdom of Hungary. The "Stellarium" saw numerous reissues in the 16th century and was widely read throughout Europe. - The first initial of the prologue is splendidly illuminated by a floral motif containing gold leaf elements. The upper cover shows a platestamp of Saint Augustine. 17th century ownership by the Franciscan convent of the Holy Cross in Vienna to title-page and pastedown. The phrase "Laus deo semper", dated 1631, to lower pastedown. Early 20th century bibliographical notes to upper pastedown. Binding somewhat worn and stained. Paper browned and brownstained in places. From the library of the Viennese collector Werner Habel, with his signed and stamped ownership, dated 1976, to the pastedown. VD 16, P 1206. Németh, Hungarica H 1617. Szabo/Hellebrant, Régy magyar könyvtár III, 90. Graesse V, 187. BBKL VIII, col. 174-78. Cf. BM-STC German 598. Adams P 571 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-12-29 07:41:07
Petrarca Francesco
Venezia, Aldo Manuzio. In 8vo (mm. 162x96); sontuosa legatura in marocchino marron con ricche decorazioni in oro sui piatti e sul dorso, contropiatti in marocchino verde con impressioni in oro e al centro le iniziali del possessore ("RVR"), risguardi liberi in carta marmorizzata, tagli dorati e marmorizzati (Chambolle-Duru, 1867); cc. [192]. Fascicolazione: a-y8, z4, A8, B4. I fogli z4 e A8 sono bianchi. Colophon alla carta z3v. Esemplare abilmente lavato, ultima carta interamente rimarginata, ma nel complesso bella copia marginosa magnificamente rilegata. RARA PRIMA EDIZIONE ALDINA del Canzoniere e dei Trionfi di Francesco Petrarca. Il testo, che comprende Sonetti e Canzoni in vita di Madonna Laura (verso del titolo), Sonetti e Canzoni in morte di Madonna Laura (c. n3 verso), Triomphi (c. s5 verso) e un ampio indice dei versi (fascicolo A), fu curato dal giovane Pietro Bembo sulla base di un presunto autografo del poeta. Così è scritto nell'avviso ai lettori. In realtà Aldo Manuzio si servì del codice Vaticano lat. 3197 di mano del Bembo, fondato per il Canzoniere su due codici antichi ed autorevoli, prima di essere completato con la trascrizione degli ultimi componimenti direttamente dall'attuale Vaticano lat. 3195, che è autografo del Petrarca, e tutto poi collazionato su di esso (cfr. G. Mestica, Il Canzoniere del Petrarca nel codice originale a riscontro col manoscritto del Bembo e con l'edizione aldina del "501, in: "Giornale storico della letteratura italiana", 21, 1893, pp. 309-312). Pietro Bembo (1470-1547) conobbe Aldo Manuzio tramite il protettore di quest'ultimo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-12-18 22:29:47
Leto, Giulio Pomponio
[Paris]: Jean Dupré, [7 May 1501]. First Paris edition. Woodcut illustration on title-page, large printer's woodcut device on last leaf. [62] ff. Collation A-I^6 K^8. 4to. Giulio Pomponio Leto, also known as Julius Pompoinius Laetus, was an Italian Renaissance humanist whose original Italian name has been lost. He studied under Lorenzo Valla and founded the Accademia Romana, whose members adopted Greek and Latin names and treated Pomponio as their "pontifex maximus" or leader. This work, the "compendium of Roman History," covers Roman history from the troubled and brief reign of the emperor Gordian II (who reigned for one month with his father, Gordian I, in 238 AD, which is also known as the Year of the Six Emperors) to Justin III in the early 7th century. It was first published in 1499 in Venice. Goff L27; Moreau 1501/854; Provenance: Nicolas Mallary of Rouen (signature on title-page, possibly Nicolas Maillard, c. 1486-1565, cf. Bietenholz, P. et al. Contemporaries of Erasmus, pp. 369-370); Macclesfield North Library (bookplate, shelfmark 11.B.17, embossed stamp to first two leaves). Eighteenth-century calf, gilt spine, red edges. Light wear to joints, closed tear to inner margin of textblock.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-11-20 17:17:46
Cambrudge, Ma: Candlewick Press. Condition: Very Good. Former Library books. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Shipped to over one million happy customers.
Bookseller: Better World Books Ltd [Dunfermline, GB]
2018-11-20 14:08:22
Crime, FBI's Hoover and You by William A. Millen. NY, Exposition Press, 1970, stated 1st edition hardcover, red cloth, gilt lettering, fine square tight unmarked copy, perhaps unread, good dust jacket, 5-1/2"x8-1/4", 114pp, good attractive dust jacket, scarce book See photographs below. We ship all of our books in boxes, and package them with great care. We have been shipping books through the mail for almost 30 years. We always ship the book within one business day of receiving your payment and we ship by USPS media mail. Media mail can take several days or a couple of weeks but we always ship the item within one business day after receiving your payment. We also pay for Delivery Confirmation service. Media mail usually takes around 4 or 5 days for delivery but in some cases can take up to 2 weeks. We ship all U.S. packages with Delivery Confirmation within 1 business day of receipt of payment. Please note that while media mail usually takes approximately 5 days for delivery it can sometimes take up to 2 weeks. But we always ship within 1 business day of payment. We guarantee our packaging methods. Please inquire for international postage rates. Please note that the U.S. Postal office no longer offers surface shipping. To pay through Pay Pal, click the button that says "pay now". Pay me securely with any major credit card through PayPal! <IMG title="Pay me securely with any major credit card through PayPal!" alt="Pay me securely with any major credit card through PayPal!" src="https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/logo/logo3pv.gif" border=0></A></TD></TR> … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Johnson's Used Books [Birmingham, Alabama, US]
2018-11-18 03:45:41
Themeswar, Pelbartus de (1430-1504)
Hagenau: Hagenau: Heinrich Gran, for Johannes Rynman, 30 September 1501, 1501. Full leather. Very Good. Thick folio. COLLATION: 13, 357 ff., collated complete. TYPE: two columns, 58 lines per page plus headline, gothic letter, with guide letters and spaces for numerous four and six line ornamental capitals, contemporaneously hand rubricated in red ink throughout. BINDING: contemporary leather over wooden boards from an Augsburg workshop operating between 1482 and 1532 (Kyriss 79). Front board panelled with two blind rolls, one formed of arches, the other of birds and flowers, panel filled with further use of bird and flower blind roll and surmounted by blind-lettered title "POMERIUS*S". Rear board panelled with same bird and flower blind roll, panel infilled with diagonally crossing blind fillets. CONDITION: Early monastic ink title to fore-edge and ink inscription to front free endpaper, nineteenth century ink inscription to front pastedown, wormholes to opening and closing leaves, a couple of unobtrusive wormholes extending into first few quires touching a few letters, corners of two leaves torn well clear of text, occasional very light paper browning otherwise internally clean. Binding worn with minor chips and losses, spine with minor loss especially at head, paper monastic library label to foot of spine, upper edge of rear board damaged exposing wood beneath (not affecting blind rolls), remains of hasps and clasps, light marks to centre of each board where central brass bosses were once affixed. TEXT: second edition of this collection of sermons … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lyppard Books [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-06 16:45:06
SIENA, FAMIGLIA ROCCHI, MANOSCRITTO, XVI SECOLO, LEGATURA].
Siena, dal 1501 al 1586. Manoscritto su pergamena, mm. 239x267 (il blocco dei fogli), mm. 250x175 (il volume, compresa la legatura). Carte [1], 57 (è presente una cartulazione manoscritta successiva, ma antica, sull'angolo superiore esterno, al recto delle carte: la prima carta non è numerata). Belle (tranne la prima) corsive cancelleresche italiche cinquecentesche, di varie mani. Il volume è stato rilegato entro un magnifico guscio veneziano del primo Cinquecento, in pieno marocchino bruno con piatti decorati a secco da cornici concentriche a doppio e triplo filo e a sequenze di nodi che formano due campi centrali su ciascun piatto; al centro dei campi fregi orientaleggianti (due per campo sul piatto anteriore, uno su quello posteriore). Dorso a tre nervi con scomparti decorati da filetti a doppio filo intrecciati a croce di Sant'Andrea. Cofanetto moderno in pieno marocchino blu. La prima carta reca al recto, nella metà superiore, un indice manoscritto da due mani (l'indice è parziale, steso probabilmente alla fine del XVI secolo) e nella metà inferiore un grande stemma della famiglia Rocchi, miniato in nero ed oro. Segnaliamo la presenza, in fine a ciascun documento, dopo la sottoscrizione, di bei "signa" notarili senesi (otto diversi notai, sette con signum). Ottime condizioni di conservazione. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc [Firenze, Italy]
2018-10-25 11:35:54
[Early Printing]. Koberger, Anton [1440/45 - 1513] - Printer
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1501. Cf. Proctor 10958; ISTC ib00605000. 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 initialgathering, and two leaves Zz1 & Zz6. Extensive period annotations throughout/some marginal paper restoration to numerous leaves [especially H3 (no loss) & lower portion of8]. 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.. 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" "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 [US]
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2018-10-24 19:31:24
[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 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 two 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. ISTC records only 18 holding institutions of this 1501 edition.
Bookseller: tavistockbooks [Alameda, California, US]
2018-10-24 02:15:58
[Early Printing]. Koberger, Anton [1440/45 - 1513] - Printer
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1501. Cf. Proctor 10958; ISTC ib00605000. 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.. 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" "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 [United States]
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2018-10-24 02:15:58
Early Printing]. Koberger, Anton [1440/45 - 1513] - Printer
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1501. Cf. Proctor 10958; ISTC ib00605000. 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. 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". Binding - Fine. Imperfect textblock, lacking 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 two missing leaves, Very Good. "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. ISTC records only 18 holding institutions of this 1501 edition.
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [Alameda, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-10-08 08:10:33
PONTANO (Giovanni Gioviano) ou PONTANUS (Ioannis Iovianus)
(Impressum Venitiis per Bernardinum Vercellensem) [Venise, Bernardino Rosso], 1501. In-folio (310 x 205 mm), plein vélin rigide, dos lisse, pièce de titre de vélin doré, tranches mouchetées rouges (rel. du XVIIe siècle), (148) f. dernier blanc [sign. a8 b-z6 &8]. Première et seule édition collective publiée du vivant de l’auteur contenant les dix traités et dialogues philosophiques de l’humaniste et homme politique italien Giovanni Pontano. Natif de Cerreto di Spoleto en Ombrie, Giovanni Pontano (1429-1503) entra au service de la dynastie d’Aragon à Naples, mais tomba en disgrâce en 1495 pour avoir négocié la paix avec les Français. Devenu directeur de l’Académie de Naples qui porte son nom ("Pontaniana"), il est l’une des principales figures de l’humanisme italien et l’un des plus éminents auteurs latins de la période. Cette édition a été imprimée à Venise par Berardino Rosso ("Bernardinum Vercellensem" au colophon) en caractères romains sur une colonne de 42 lignes. "Outre le mérite d’un style élégant et naturel, les ouvrages philosophiques de Pontanus offrent le premier exemple d’une manière de philosopher libre et dégagée des préjugés, qui ne suit d’autres lumières que celles de la raison et de la vérité" (Michaud, XXXV, 363). "Avec Pontano, on a affaire à une variante tout à fait particulière de l'humanisme italien, qui reflète bien l'ambiance de la cour de Naples, tout animée d'un goût pour le luxe et le plaisir et d'un véritable amour pour toutes les manifestations de la vie et de la beauté. Dans cette œuvre, la religion ne tient qu'une place très modeste et l’on a p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL [PARIS, France]
2018-10-01 08:03:55
SALICETUS, Nicolaus
Venice: Lucantonio Giunta Florentini, 1501. 1501 Vision of St Bernard Clairvaux INCUNABLE Cistercian Salicetus Antidotarius Nicolaus Salicetus was a 15th-century German Cistercian monk known for his devotional prayer book ‘Antidotarius Animae’. This work was written at a time when the ‘Vision of Saint Bernard’ was at its height – a vision of a monk and a nun kneeling at the feet of Christ on the Cross covered in blood. This theme was popular during the 13th-century during Bernard of Clairvaux’s ministry; the story has it that he was praying in church alone when the figure of Christ in the church leaned down and embraced the monk. Salicetus’s ‘Antidotarius’ claims to reproduce the prayer that prompted Christ’s embrace of Bernard. The prayer includes devotions on each of Jesus’s wounds, focusing primarily on the blood of Christ. A portion of Salicetus’s devotion is as follows: “Wounds of blood-red ruby droplets, Driven deep-set as in goblets: These inscribe upon my heartbeat, Make my joining to you replete— At every moment loving you. Whoso comes to you to drink deep And embraces these your pierced feet, Healed of want, departs from this source Granted grace of lasting recourse; With kisses wets your feet anew.” A fascinating and truly remarkable incunable printing from Venice by Lucantonio Giunta Florentini. Item number: #3741 Price: $2500 SALICETUS, Nicolaus Liber meditationū : cōfessionuz̦ : ac orationum deuotarum : qui Anthidotarius anime dicitur : cum labula insertus. Venice: Lucantonio Giunta Florentini, 1501. Details: • Collation: Complete with all 146 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-10-01 08:03:54
LAUDENBURG, Reinardus de
1501. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. A rare 1501 first edition printing of Reinhard of Ladenburg's 'Passion of the Christ.' This book discusses the life, ministry, and death of Jesus Christ, exploring the many miracles he performed, offering commentary on the life of the Virgin Mary and the miraculous birth, Jesus's prayers and meditations, the disciples' observation of the Eucharist, Judas's betrayal, the flagellation and torture of Jesus, and finally his death and resurrection. This medieval commentary is printed with scripture references and verses throughout, as well as beautiful woodcut engraving of Jesus on the cross on the reverse of the title. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-29 08:14:28
Rosa, Giuseppe.
New York City & elsewhere: , 1902–18, 1501. New York City & elsewhere, 1902–18. . Here in the business archive of Sig. Rosa is the story of one Italian immigrant to the U.S. at the beginning of the 20th century, helping other Italian transplants to learn a skill and secure a decent livelihood in their adopted land, and at the same time participating in Italian immigrant social and benevolent activities — and gaining an international reputation as a teacher and tailor.    Sig. Rosa (born 1873) was an émigré who operated a tailoring school and mail-order tailoring instruction company with the main operation on McDougal Street, NYC, and branches in Newark, NJ, and Chicago. In 1914, he published a bilingual pamphlet, L'arte del tagliatore; trattato italiano-inglese, tecnico, pratico, professionale, per disegnatori e tagliatori sarti / The Cutter's Art; an Italian-English, Technical, Practical and Professional Treatise for Designers and Cutters (New York [Nicoletti Bros. Press]), without a doubt to aid in establishing his credentials as a teacher of tailoring. Only two libraries worldwide (NYPL, UChicago) report owning a copy.    The present archive (0.4 linear feet) contains hundreds of letters addressed to Professor Rosa from students in the United States and Panama; other letters from professional tailoring associations and individual tailors in Italy, Panama, the U.S., and Argentina; manuscript tailoring diagrams; manuscripts of his instructional manuals; and printed advertising ephemera from his school. There are a small number of photographs, including one of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
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2018-09-29 01:55:16
1501. 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]
2018-09-29 01:55:16
1501. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-25 07:37:08
PETRARCA, Francesco
Baldassarre Gabiano, 1501. FIRST COUNTERFEIT LYONNAISE EDITION. 8vo. Three works in one, ff. 188 unnumbered, a-y 8 z 4 A 8 , separate t-p to each. Italic letter, little Roman. Slight age browning, first gathering with small grease stain, occasional minor spots. A fine, well-margined copy, on thick paper, in contemporary polished vellum, yapp edges. Bookplates of Eduardo J. Bullrich and Pierre Bergé to front pastedown, 'A Barber 136 d' and '674' ms to first t-p. In folding box. Although the colophon at the end of the 'canzoni and sonetti' states that the edition was printed by Aldus in 1501, it was actually published by Baldassare Gabiano in Lyon, probably between 1501 and 1502. It is typographically superior to Aldus's edition (Brunet IV, 543), which was the first to feature his trademark italic type. Although Gabiano's edition lacks Aldus's letter to the reader and the 'errata', the latter were incorporated into the text. The lack of any information on the printer and city of publication suggests that it was intended for sale on the Italian market in the Veneto and the Papal states, where Aldus's typographical privilege was in force. This first counterfeit with unnumbered leaves differs from a second one published c.1502, with page numbers in both Roman and Arabic type. Fine copy of the first Lyonnaise counterfeit Aldine edition of Petrarch's vernacular works--foundational texts for the establishment of Italian as a prestigious literary language. Petrarch (Francesco Petrarca, 1304-74) has been called 'the father of Humanism' and the initiator of the Renaissance due to his … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-09-13 19:53:15
Fuero Real (1501)
Jorge Coci y Leonardo Hutz 1501 (4 de agosto). -Tamaño cuarto mayor. 12 h., CCXXXI (231) h. Portada restaurada y folios XLVI, XCVII, C y CCXXIII facsimilados. Impresión en caracteres góticos, a dos columnas. El texto del fuero al centro en castellano y la glosa de Díaz de Montalvo en latín alrededor.;-Encuadernado en media piel.;-Obra básica en la historia del derecho español.;-Primera edición post-incunable del Fuero Real, MUY RARA, de la que apenas se conservan dos ejemplares completos en bibliotecas públicas españolas de acuerdo al CCPB. Martín Abad (nº 730) por el contrario recoge cuatro ejemplares completos en España. Originalmente impreso en Sevilla en 1483, del Fuero Real se conocen dos ediciones más incunables, de Venecia en 1491, y después ésta.;-Con este nombre y con el de "Fuero de las leyes", "Fuero del libro" o "Libro de las flores" se conoce la obra legislativa encargada por Alfonso X a Fernando Martínez de Zamora al comienzo de su reinado, posiblemente entre 1248 y 1254 / 1255, con la intención de poner fin a la dispersión jurídica Lleva un prólogo que fundamentalmente coincide con el que precede al "Espéculo" en el que el monarca manifiesta que dio el Fuero Real con el consejo de su corte y de los "sabidores" de Derecho. Constituye la primera parte de la política legislativa de Alfonso el Sabio, que pretende implantar en todos los pueblos para lograr indirectamente la unificación jurídica. La intención del monarca fue dar un código general a sus súbditos, otorgándolo particularmente como fuero a las ciudades que carecían de fuero y a otras que ya tenían otro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arriola Lerchundi [Bilbao, Spain]
2018-09-12 21:16:40
Themeswar, Pelbartus de (1430-1504)
Hagenau: Heinrich Gran, for Johannes Rynman, 30 September 1501. Thick folio. COLLATION: 13, 357 ff., collated complete. TYPE: two columns, 58 lines per page plus headline, gothic letter, with guide letters and spaces for numerous four and six line ornamental capitals, contemporaneously hand rubricated in red ink throughout. BINDING: contemporary blind-stamped leather over wooden boards from an Augsburg workshop operating between 1482 and 1532 (Kyriss 79). Front board panelled with two blind rolls, one formed of arches, the other of birds and flowers, panel filled with further use of bird and flower blind roll and surmounted by blind-lettered title “POMERIUS*S”. Rear board panelled with same bird and flower blind roll, panel infilled with diagonally crossing blind fillets. CONDITION: Early monastic ink title to fore-edge and ink inscription to title page, nineteenth century ink inscription to front pastedown, wormholes to opening and closing leaves, a couple of unobtrusive wormholes extending into first few quires touching a few letters, corners of two leaves torn well clear of text, lacks front free endpaper, occasional very light paper browning otherwise internally clean. Binding worn with minor chips and losses, spine with minor loss especially at head, paper monastic library label to foot of spine, upper edge of rear board damaged exposing wood beneath (not affecting blind rolls), remains of hasps and clasps, light marks to centre of each board where central brass bosses were once affixed. TEXT: second edition of this collection of sermons by Pelbartus de Themesvar, Hung … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lyppard Books [Worcester, United Kingdom]
2018-09-04 21:20:28
Pelbartus de Themeswar - Pelbart schrieb lebhafte und anschauliche Texte, in denen zahlreichen Zitaten, Legenden und Überlieferung aus dem ungarischen Volkstum sowie lehrreiche Kurzgeschichten einbezogen wurden
Pelbartus de Themeswar. Sermones Pomerii fratris Pelbarti de Themeswar diui ordinis sancti Francisci de Sanctis - Bruder Gespräche Pomerii Mit zahlr. Initialen in Rot. Hagenau, J. Rynman 30. Sept. 1501. Fol. 13 nn., 357 num. Bll. Original Holzdeckeleinband von 1501 mit Blindprägung und Titel oben auf Vorderdeckel. (Leder beschabt, mit kleinen abrissen , Schließen fehlen). hintere obere Ecke Stückchen Holz vom Deckel mal abgebrochen, Hersteller des Einbandes ist - laut HIST, Einband Datenbank - Meister des Bogenfries aus Nürnberg. Auch Haller-Meister, nach Wolf Haller, der 1478-1517 tätig war, der auch Beziehungen zu Koberger hatte. Im Gegensatz zu vielen Exemplaren in den stattlichen Bibliotheken fehlt in diesem Buch das Blatt 12 nicht. VD 16, P 1165. - Ritter, Elsaß 1809. - Eine von mehreren Ausgaben der Sermones des Pelbartus de Themeswar (1435-1504). Schöner zweispaltiger, breitrandiger Druck. Nur gering Fleckig, Hauptsächlich am Anfang und etwas am Ende Wurmspuren. Normnummer: VD16 P 1165 Verfasser: Pelbartus de Themeswar Titel: Sermones Pomerii fratris Pel/barti de Themeswar diui ordinissancti Francisci de Sanctis ... Impressum: Hagenau : Gran, Heinrich Augsburg : Rynmann, Johann, 1501 Kollation: 13 + 357 Bl. Ausgeschieden aus der BSB München, ( steht in Latein auf dem Innenspiegel ) Pelbart von Temeswar (* um 1435 in Temesvár 22. Januar 1504 in Buda) war ein Franziskaner, Prediger und Autor von umfangreichen Bibelkommentaren und Predigtsammlungen im spätmittelalterlichen Königreich Ungarn. Er schrieb, wie in Klöstern und unter Gelehrten üblich, in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HGomoll [Germany]
2018-08-17 16:19:58
Pontano Ioannis
per Bernardinum Vercellensem, 1501. in 4°, legatura in mz pergamena ottocentesca. Esemplare completo mancante di due carte H3 e foglio bianco. prima edizione collettiva che comprende i dialoghi filosofici del famoso umanista napoletano Giovanni Pontano (1426-1503). E' edizione la sola collettiva apparsa mentre l'autore era ancora in vita. Rara impressione. Qualche glossa manoscritta coeva al margine di alcune carte e nella parte inferiore del frontespizio. Copia più che buona.
Bookseller: Libreria Sonia Natale [IT]
2018-08-11 17:06:29
PETRARCA, Francesco
[Lyon, Baldassarre Gabiano, 1501-2?]. FIRST COUNTERFEIT LYONNAISE EDITION. 8vo. Three works in one, ff. 188 unnumbered, a-y 8 z 4 A 8 , separate t-p to each. Italic letter, little Roman. Slight age browning, first gathering with small grease stain, occasional minor spots. A fine, well-margined copy, on thick paper, in contemporary polished vellum, yapp edges. Bookplates of Eduardo J. Bullrich and Pierre Bergé to front pastedown, ‘A Barber 136 d’ and ‘674’ ms to first t-p. In folding box. Although the colophon at the end of the ‘canzoni and sonetti’ states that the edition was printed by Aldus in 1501, it was actually published by Baldassare Gabiano in Lyon, probably between 1501 and 1502. It is typographically superior to Aldus’s edition (Brunet IV, 543), which was the first to feature his trademark italic type. Although Gabiano’s edition lacks Aldus’s letter to the reader and the ‘errata’, the latter were incorporated into the text. The lack of any information on the printer and city of publication suggests that it was intended for sale on the Italian market in the Veneto and the Papal states, where Aldus’s typographical privilege was in force. This first counterfeit with unnumbered leaves differs from a second one published c.1502, with page numbers in both Roman and Arabic type. Fine copy of the first Lyonnaise counterfeit Aldine edition of Petrarch’s vernacular works—foundational texts for the establishment of Italian as a prestigious literary language. Petrarch (Francesco Petrarca, 1304-74) has been called ‘the father of Humanism’ and the initiator of the Renaissance d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-08-05 08:20:31
Boethius, (Pseudo-):
Köln, (am Ende:) Quentell, 1501. 66 nn. Bll. mit großem Titelholzschnitt. VD 16, B6423. Voulliéme, Köln 1184. - Bis zum 15. Jahrhundert galt der spätantike Boethius als Autor dieser Schrift. Vor dem 13. Jahrhundert wurde das Werk niergendwo erwähnt und es existierte auch keine Handschrift. Das Vorwort, in dem Boethius sich als Autor vorstellt, zeigt nur geringe Kenntnisse der Werke des spätantiken Boethius, auch deutet die Schilderung der universitären Einrichtungen von Paris auf einen mittelalterlichen Autor hin. In der Forschung wird davon ausgegangen, daß der Text um ca. 1240 in Paris entstanden ist. Der Text selbst ist eine gute und genaue Quelle zum schulischen und universitären Leben im Paris des Mittelalters. (vgl. Pseudo - Boece, De Disciplina Scolarium, edition critique par Olga Weijers. Leiden 1976). - Der hübsche Titelholzschnitt zeigt einen Lehrer mit 4 Schülern. - Zur Kollation: a - l6 (Lage e verbunden). - Hs. Besitzvermerk am Titel. Die letzten Bll. mit kleinen Wurmspuren und schwachen Wasserrändern. Das letzte Blatt fachmännisch hinterlegt. Sonst kaum gebräunt oder fleckig. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - Tel. +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 300
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
2018-07-22 21:42:33
FICINO, Marsilio
Venice: Benedictus Hectoris, 1501. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 27. May 1501. 4to (205 x 137 mm). 3 parts in one volume. 118 unnumbered leaves, including index and end and final blank leaf C6. Signatures: a-z4 &4 [revc]4 [rum]4 A-B4 C6. Latin text in Roman type, with Gothic title. Imprint from colophon on A4v reading "Bononie a Benedicto Hectoris... MCCCCCI. Die. XXVII. Mai." Contemporary blind-stamped calf over wooden boards with single brass catch, spine with 3 raised bands (clasp gone, leather heavily rubbed spine ends chipped showing capital bands). Fore-edge of book block titled in manuscript. Title little browned and soiled, otherwise crisp and clean with only very little toning or spotting, two pages with finger soiling to lower right corner, short closed tear to k3. Provenance: K. K. Real- u. Obergymnasium Wien, Landstrasse (19th century ink stamp to title and C5r). A handsome, clean and wide-margined copy. Collated complete. ---- Wellcome I, 2258; Durling 1540; Simon BB II 246; ISTC if00161000. - THE FIRST POST- INCUNABLE EDITION and textual identical with the 1498 Venice edition. Ficino's Neoplatonic treatise on longevity, De triplici vita, was first published in Florence in 1489. Ficino, who studied medicine in his youth (his father was a physician to the Medici), here combines the principles of nutritional and physical care with emotional and spiritual wellbeing, including the use of amulets and attention to astrological factors. Although his treatise came under scrutiny by the Holy Office, Ficino claimed that he was quoting from earlier writers rather t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2018-07-17 06:37:38
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 etw … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [DE]
2018-07-15 06:37:02
ST. THOMAS AQUINAS
ST. THOMAS AQUINAS. Aurea Divi Thome aquinatis de ordine predicatorum doctoris Angelici Summa contra gentiles. Venice: S. [Bevilaqua] for A. Calcedonius, November 7, 1501. Rare post-incunable of Aquinas' work 'Summa Contra Gentiles', perhaps the best known of his theological treatises after the Summa Theologica. Originally written as a kind of handbook to be used in Muslim mission territories, the work has been often cited throughout the centuries for its keen and clear theological insights. This early publication from the press in Venice is quite handsome, with a large wood-cut of the archangel Gabriel adorning the title-page. Large 8vo (21.5 x 15cm), [xii] + CCXLIII leaves (some misnumbered, but complete). Woodcut initials throughout, wide margins. Bound in vellum. [GW M46564. - Edit 16, CNCE 33852. - Sander 7298 (erroneously 1500). - Not in the BM STC and Adams.].
Bookseller: Zinos Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-06-26 06:28:22
UBERTI Fazio degli (1301-1367 ca.)
CRHISTOFORO DI PENSA PER LUCANTONIO GIUNTA, 1501. Legatura moderna in cartoncino leggero, guardie sostituite. 267 carte non numerate, compreso frontespizio con titolo in caratteri gotici e marca tipografica di Lucantonio Giunta a silografia. Mancanza dell'ultima carta, bianca. Segnatura: a-z? & ? [cum]? [rum]? A-G? H? Poche chiose manoscritte lungo il volume. SECONDA RARA EDIZIONE in post-incunabolo, la prima nel 1474. Generalmente conosciuto come Dittamondo, una volgarizzazione di ?Dicta mundi?, questo lungo poema in terza rima è l'opera principale di Fazio degli Uberti. Di ispirazione dantesca è il viaggio del poeta in Europa, Egitto e Terra Santa sotto la guida di Solino, un antico geografo. E L'opera rimase incompiuta a metà del libro IV, senza la prevista sezione sull'Asia. Cfr. Treccani, "Poeta e geografo della stessa famiglia fiorentina ghibellina di Farinata, nato a Pisa all'inizio del sec. XIV, morto nel 1367 circa. Fu al servizio dei Visconti e degli Scaligeri. Appartenne all'illustre famiglia ghibellina esiliata da Firenze nel 1267. Nel 1345 F. cominciò il Dittamondo, poema enciclopedico di sei libri in terzine incatenate; argomento è un viaggio attraverso l'Europa, le parti più vicine dell'Africa, la Palestina, pretesto all'esposizione di leggende, notizie geografiche e storiche, tratte da Solino, Plinio il Vecchio, Pomponio Mela, Orosio, Martin Polono, Isidoro di Siviglia, nonché da Ovidio e dalla Bibbia. Il poema è rimasto interrotto alla morte dell'autore, e presenta problemi d'interpretazione. Protagonista del viaggio è Fazio stesso, che, esortato dalla Virt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-06-17 05:55:09
[Isabella I of Castille; Isabel de Castilla] [Clothes].
18 March 1501. Granada, Spain. Folio (310 x 230 mm). 1 ff., written on both sides with six-line endorsement signed by the royal secretary Pedro Almazan. Housed in a red cloth chemise inside quarter red morocco slipcase, spine lettered and tooled in gilt. Excellent condition.- Document signed "I the Queen" (Yo la Reyna), addressed to her steward, Pancho de Paredes, ordering additions to her personal wardrobe. Dated at Grenada, Spain, on 18 March 1501. Although Isabel (1451 - 1504) is more widely known for having enabled Columbus world-changing exploration, taking back Granada, seriously introducing the Inquisition in Spain, this is a curious insight to her personal side, her taste for clothing. Isabella I, Queen and unifier of the Spanish kingdoms, patroness of Christopher Columbus, and her husband Ferdinand were noted for the magnificence of their royal court. The queen was particularly fond of fine clothing and jewels and was famous throughout Europe for her superb wardrobe. She and her ladies in waiting set fashions for several decades. In this unique documented she orders a new supply of linen to be worn with various court dresses which are described in detail, showing the great personal interest the Queen took in her wardrobe and giving an unusual glimpse into the private life of a celebrated European monarch. At the time of writing, 1501, Isabella was fifty years old and had been on the Spanish throne for twenty-six years. Her characteristic state attire at the time has been described as a "gown with a tight bodice and a girdle tied in a looped knot at the fron … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2018-06-16 21:16:07
Isabella I of Castille; Isabel de Castilla] [Clothes].
1501. Specific instructions for clothing for Isabel I, famous for accepting Colombus’ proposal of exploration, the taking of Granada back from the Turks, and her wardrobe. 18 March 1501. Granada, Spain. Folio (310 x 230 mm). 1 ff., written on both sides with six-line endorsement signed by the royal secretary Pedro Almazan. Housed in a red cloth chemise inside quarter red morocco slipcase, spine lettered and tooled in gilt. Excellent condition. 6,000 $ Document signed "I the Queen" (Yo la Reyna), addressed to her steward, Pancho de Paredes, ordering additions to her personal wardrobe. Dated at Grenada, Spain, on 18 March 1501. Although Isabel (1451 - 1504) is more widely known for having enabled Columbus world-changing exploration, taking back Granada, seriously introducing the Inquisition in Spain, this is a curious insight to her personal side, her taste for clothing. Isabella I, Queen and unifier of the Spanish kingdoms, patroness of Christopher Columbus, and her husband Ferdinand were noted for the magnificence of their royal court. The queen was particularly fond of fine clothing and jewels and was famous throughout Europe for her superb wardrobe. She and her ladies in waiting set fashions for several decades. In this unique documented she orders a new supply of linen to be worn with various court dresses which are described in detail, showing the great personal interest the Queen took in her wardrobe and giving an unusual glimpse into the private life of a celebrated European monarch. At the time of writing, 1501, Isabella was fifty years old and had been on the Spanis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Capital Federal, CAP, Argentina]
2018-06-06 14:54:04
Villanova, Arnaldus de (1248 - 1314).
Venetiis, Bernardinus Venetus de Vitalibus, 1501. 4º (21,4 x 14,7 cm.) [12] leaves. Signatures: A-C4. Device to title page of an eagle looking to our left, holding a shielf, and with the initials 'F' and 'D' either side of its head. XVIIIth century marbled paper covers. Modern cloth case. Rare first edition. USTC records only seven copies in libraries. Arnald of Villanova is mainly known today for his scientific works on medicine and astrology. As Smith suggests, he war probably led to a study of the computus through its relationship to Astrology. "There was no other edition. In spite of the words "noviter impressum", I know of no earlier edition and indeed these words were not infrequently used when a book was first printed. This work is strictly a computus and covers only calendar computations (epact and golden number for finding dates of Easter, etc.) and does not directly address arithmetical calculation. It is 'among the prominent computi printed in the 16yth century. This is a good example of the works on the ecclesiastical calendar in use in the Middle Ages. It employs only the Roman numerals and gives no treatment of computation." Smith, History of Mathematics & Rara aritmetica. Palau 365596. Sander 609. USTC 801626. Stillwell, The Awakening interest in Science, 27. The Catalogue of the Erwin Tomash Library on the History of Computing. Smith, Rara arithmetica, 74. Smith, History of Mathematics, New york, Dover Publications 1951-1952. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Els Llibres del Tirant [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-05-28 10:57:21
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]
2018-05-22 11:13:21
UBERTI FAZIO (DEGLI).
1501. "In-4; 168 cc. (ultima bianca); sobria e bella legatura seicentesca in tutto marocchino con filetti in oro ai piatti, fregi al dorso, tagli dorati. Lieve gora e timbretto di antica collezione sul titolo; per il resto ottimo esemplare." Seconda ed ultima ed
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-05-04 06:02:06
JUVENALIS - PERSIUS.
VENEZIA, IN AEDIBUS ALDI, MENSE AUGUSTO 1501. "In-8°; 78 cc.; buona legatura ottocentesca in tutta pergamena avorio con fregi e titolo in oro al dorso, bordura floreale in oro ai piatti, tagli dorati. Bell'esemplare, qualche forellino di tarlo restaurato." "Prima edizione aldina; essa non va confusa c
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-04-21 14:38:52
FUCHS, Leonhart.
, . . Parkinson 915; USTC (7 copies); cf. Hagelin, Old and rare books on materia medica, p. 70; Marland, The task of healing, p. 59; not in Durling. Rare edition, the first to be published in Basel, of a work on the proper compounding of medicines by the famous German physician and botanist Leonhart Fuchs (1501-1566). "In 1531 he published his Compendiaria, a work intended to help students to appreciate the works of Hippocrates and Galen properly. Revised and greatly enlarged, this work went through some ten editions under the new titles of first Methodus, and later on Institutiones Medicinae..." (Hagelin). The book opens with a dedicatory letter, followed by an index of ailments and diseases in both Latin and Greek. The main text is divided into two parts, the first describing the ailments and referring to and explaining texts by Galen, Hippocrates, Plinius and others, while the second part describes the ingredients and recipes for medicines.With frequent marginal annotations. Browned, with some marginal water stains, but overall in good condition. Binding rubbed, damaged and with a crack in one hinge.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-04-04 18:14:36
Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Ed.)
München, London, etc., K.G. Saur, 1987-1990, 1501. 60 vols. Small folio (30x21 cm). Orig. gilt cloth. Each vol. between 340 and 510 pages. Titles and introduction in German and in English. - Complete set, as new. The catalogue offers for the first time an extensive reference source for standardizing ancient and mediëval names as well as those from modern times up to 1840.
Bookseller: Second Hand and Antiquarian Books Emile Kerssemakers [NL]
2018-03-25 15:28:07
Trierer Besitzeintrag vom Beginn des 16. Jhs. - Stephanus (Brulefer) O.F.M.,
Basel, Jakob Wolff von Pforzheim, 1501. Zwei Titel in einem Band. 20,5 x 16 cm. [440] Bl. (Bl. 196 und das letzte weiß); LV Bl. Jeweils mit großer Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel. Späteres Ganzpergament über Pappdeckeln mit (fragmentarisch erh.) handschriftlichem Rückenschild. Einband bestoßen, angestaubt, Rücken mit Fehlstellen. Innengelenke angebrochen bzw. wurmspurig, 1. Titel mit Stempel recto und verso sowie altem Vermerk am oberen Rand, mehrere Lagen im II/IV Buch des ersten Werkes verbunden, teilweise etwas fleckig bzw. fingerfleckig, die ersten und letzten Blatt stärker, sonst nur leicht wurmstichig. I: VD16 S 8917. Index Aureliensis 125.544. Erste Ausgabe. Kommentar zu den Sentenzen des Hl. Bonaventura. In drei Teilen mit eigenem Lagenalphabet und Kolophon. II:VD 16 B 8915. Index Aureliensis 125.545. Exemplar aus der ehemaligen Bibliothek der Redemptoristen, deren Sitz einige Jahre Trier war. Der Orden der Redemptoristen (CSSR) wurde 1732 durch Alfons von Liguori (1696-1787) gegründet. 1859 wurde die Niederdeutsche (heute: Kölner) Provinz gegründet. Zur Ausbildung ihres Priesternachwuchses eröffnete der Orden 1861 ein Seminar mit Hochschule, das nach einer durch den Kulturkampf bedingten Schließung (1872) im Jahr 1898 in Trier als Seminar und Hochschule wiedereröffnet wurde. 1902 zog die Hochschule nach (Honnef) Geistingen um. Der Lehrbetrieb wurde im Jahre 1996 eingestellt, die Bibliothek aufgelöst und zum Teil verkauft. Vorliegendes Exemplar trägt den handschriftlichen Kaufvermerk für die Ordensbibliothek, datiert 1873, den alten Bibliotheksstempel auf dem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2018-03-17 20:48:42
Juvenalis, Decimus Iunius und Persius
Venedig: Aldus Manutius August 1501 Juvenal: [131], [1 weiße] Seiten. - Persius: [23], [1 weiße] Seiten. Ganzleder Handeinband des späten 18.Jahrhunderts mit dezenter Goldprägung, Octavo, 159 x 97 mm (Rückenkanten etwas berieben, minimal bestoßen, verblasste Marginalien von zeitgenössischer Hand, gut erhaltenes Exemplar) Postinkunabel. Lagenkollation: Juvenal: A-G 8, H 10. - Persius: a 8, b 4. - Wasserzeichen: drei stilisierte Berge mit Kreuz darüber / Gegenmarke: "AB"; nur Gegenmarke "A". Kolophon auf fol. H10r: "VENETIIS APVD ALDVM." - Kolophon in Kursiv auf fol. b4r: "Venetiis in aedibus Aldi. Mense Augusto. M. DI.". Handgefertigter mittelbrauner, gesprenkelter Schafslederband (167 x 105 x 17 mm) des späten 18. Jahrhunderts auf fünf echten, erhabenen, durch goldgeprägte Linien abgesetzten Bünden, auf zweitem Feld ein dunkelgrünes, goldgeprägtes Titelschildchen mit den beiden abgekürzten Verfassernamen, auf drittem Feld ein hellbraunes Schildchen mit dem Jahr. Die Deckel mit Randrahmen aus einer blindgeprägten Linie, dieser durch von den Innenecken ausgehenden Wellenlinien mit dem etwas helleren, rechteckigen Mittelfeld verbunden, das durch eine Filete abgesetzt ist; Stehkantenvergoldung aus einer breiten Linie; handgestochene weiß-grüne Kapitale; Spiegel und fliegende Vorsätze aus Marmorpapier, zweite fliegende Blätter aus Bütten, anschließend vorn und hinten je eine Quartlage feines, bläuliches Schreibpapier vor- bzw. nachgebunden. Der beim Neubinden im 18. Jh. nicht beschnittene Buchblock mit altem Farbschnitt. Schweiger: "Erste, ächte Aldine, welche e. neue Re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck (Einzelkaufmann) [Germany]
2018-03-10 13:42:31
JUVENALIS, DECIMUS IUNIUS UND PERSIUS:
Venedig: Aldus Manutius August 1501 Juvenal: [131], [1 weiße] Seiten. - Persius: [23], [1 weiße] Seiten. Ganzleder Handeinband des späten 18.Jahrhunderts mit dezenter Goldprägung, Octavo, 159 x 97 mm (Rückenkanten etwas berieben, minimal bestoßen, verblasste Marginalien von zeitgenössischer Hand, gut erhaltenes Exemplar) Postinkunabel. Lagenkollation: Juvenal: A-G 8, H 10. - Persius: a 8, b 4. - Wasserzeichen: drei stilisierte Berge mit Kreuz darüber / Gegenmarke: "AB"; nur Gegenmarke "A". Kolophon auf fol. H10r: "VENETIIS APVD ALDVM." - Kolophon in Kursiv auf fol. b4r: "Venetiis in aedibus Aldi. Mense Augusto. M. DI.". Handgefertigter mittelbrauner, gesprenkelter Schafslederband (167 x 105 x 17 mm) des späten 18. Jahrhunderts auf fünf echten, erhabenen, durch goldgeprägte Linien abgesetzten Bünden, auf zweitem Feld ein dunkelgrünes, goldgeprägtes Titelschildchen mit den beiden abgekürzten Verfassernamen, auf drittem Feld ein hellbraunes Schildchen mit dem Jahr. Die Deckel mit Randrahmen aus einer blindgeprägten Linie, dieser durch von den Innenecken ausgehenden Wellenlinien mit dem etwas helleren, rechteckigen Mittelfeld verbunden, das durch eine Filete abgesetzt ist; Stehkantenvergoldung aus einer breiten Linie; handgestochene weiß-grüne Kapitale; Spiegel und fliegende Vorsätze aus Marmorpapier, zweite fliegende Blätter aus Bütten, anschließend vorn und hinten je eine Quartlage feines, bläuliches Schreibpapier vor- bzw. nachgebunden. Der beim Neubinden im 18. Jh. nicht beschnittene Buchblock mit altem Farbschnitt. Schweiger: "Erste, ächte Aldine, welche e. neue Re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bürck [Germany]
2018-02-27 18:06:59
ISABELLA I of CASTILE (1451-1504).
Dated at Grenada, Spain, on 18 March 1501. ISABELLA I of CASTILE (1451-1504). Document signed "I the Queen" (yo la reyna), addressed to her steward, Pancho de Paredes, ordering additions to her personal wardrobe. Dated at Grenada, Spain, on 18 March 1501 One page, 4to., (12 4/8 x 9 2/8 inches), written on both sides, with six line endorsement signed by the royal secretary Pedro Almazan. Dated at Grenada, Spain, on 18 March 1501. Housed in a red cloth chemise inside quarter red morocco slipcase. Isabella I, Queen and unifier of the Spanish kingdoms, patroness of Christopher Columbus, and her husband Ferdinand were noted for the magnificence of their royal court. The queen was particularly fond of fine clothing and jewels and was famous throughout Europe for her superb wardrobe. She and her ladies in waiting set fashions for several decades. In this unique documented she orders a new supply of linen to be worn with various court dresses which are described in detail, showing the great personal interest the Queen took in her wardrobe and giving an unusual glimpse into the private life of a celebrated European monarch. At the time of writing, 1501, Isabella was fifty years old and had been on the Spanish throne for twenty-six years. Her characteristic state attire at the time has been described as a "gown with a tight bodice and a girdle tied in a looped knot at the front (which) feel over the ankles to the ground.over this cloak was drawn across the figure from the left and caught under the right arm" (William T. Walsh: Isabella of Spain: The Last Crusader, New York, 1930, pag … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-02-25 06:09:46
ALDINE PRESS] – MARTIAL (Marcus Valerius Martialis) (40–104 CE)
Venice: in Aedibus Aldi, 1501. First Edition thus. Hardcover. Very Good. [Venice, Aldus, December 1501]. 8vo (158 x95mm). Pagination: [192, the last blank]. Signatures: A-Z(8), &(8). Collated and complete, retaining the colophon leaf on &8r. Text in italic. Printed guide letters in initials, printed catchwords. Contemporary Venetian decorated pigskin over beveled wooden boards, blind-tooled in panels with stamped devices of personified virtues, inscribed IVSTICIA, OCCA, FORTIT(UDINUS), and LVCRECIA, and putti carrying baskets, spine with three raised bands, brass catches; (lacking clasps, some light outer edgewear and corners worn; title browned with some wear, light marginal spots, few worm holes affecting text block mostly at end, margins shaved close in some areas). Title and front pastedown with contemporary inscriptions, probably of former owners, in Latin “Christoph.” and “Georgius.” This copy annotated throughout several books by a contemporary reader in Latin, writing in a very fine miniscule hand and adding some manicules to margins. The final blank verso is inscribed with over 30 Latin words “Judicium” (judging) “Censura” (censorship), these words seem to connect to the satire, although it is not certain. First Aldine edition; the editio princeps was published in Ferrara in 1471. Aldine printed Martial as the fourth book in his series of classics, which included the ancient Roman authors Virgil, Horace and Juvenal; all printed in 1501. Martial was also one of the first classic authors printed by Aldus before he began to us … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-02-24 06:00:04
Tardolus, Laomedon.
[Rome: Marcello Silber for Giacomo Mazzocchi, 1520?–1530?]. 4to (20.6 cm, 8.125"). [8] ff. Scarce Latin pamphlet praising St. Yves of Kermartin (1253–1303), patron saint of Brittany, lawyers, and abandoned children. The volume opens with a preface dedicated to the lawyers of the "Consistorianorum collegio," followed by the Oratio. The text is printed in single columns in italic with one 3-line plain and one five-line decorative initial; the title-page is neatly framed with a four-element decorative woodcut border in two elaborate designs.    Searches of WorldCat, COPAC, and the NUC reveal only two U.S. libraries reporting ownership (UCLA, UC-Berkley Law Library).    Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.         Not in Adams, nor EDIT 16. 18th-century German brown speckled paste paper over light boards; binding well rubbed with most loss at spine. Light pencilling, and signs of other pencilling erased, on endpapers. Moderate age-toning and foxing; one very short marginal tear. In fact a rather nice copy.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
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2018-02-23 07:39:36
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 [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-02-21 13:13:40
1501. In-8° (182x121 mm.); 96 cc., stampato su pergamena con iniziali miniate e incisioni ad ogni pagina; legatura ottocentesca in tutto marocchino blu, con filetti in oro ai piatti, motivi ornamentali al dorso, merletto interno, tagli dorati. Buon esemplare con il margine alto non ampio, che in alcune carte si riduce al filo dell'incisione superiore. Piccole tracce d'uso alla prima e all'ultima carta. Esemplare alienato del Manhattan college di New York (ex libris: "The Brother Jlian F. S. C. Collection donated by Mr. Christian A. Zabriskie, New York City"). Bell'esemplare stampato su pergamena e decorato con centinaia di iniziali piccole e grandi miniate in oro su fondo blu e rosso. Si tratta di un volume assai elegante, impresso con caratteri gotici ed ampiamente illustrato dalla marca tipografica di Kerver alla prima carta, con al verso la figura anatomica dell'uomo, da 16 altre grandi figure adattate dalle illustrazioni di Pigouchet e da 37 incisioni più piccole e bordure riccamente figurate ad ogni pagina con l'illustrazione di scene dalla vita di Gesù e della Vergine, dalla Bibbia, ma anche scene di caccia e di vita quotidiana o decorazioni ad arabeschi. In fine il calendario delle festività copre gli anni 1497-1520. Bohatta, 720. Lacombe, 104. Brunet V (Heures gotiques), 171.
Bookseller: Mediolanum [IT]
2018-02-13 16:56:32
JUAN M. SÁNCHEZ
IMPRENTA CLÁSICA ESPAÑOLA, MADRID - Estado de conservación: Bueno. Faltas, daños, anotaciones, firmas: Aparentemente no presenta faltas o anotaciones. Páginas: Tomo I-405 Tomo II- 577 Año: 1913 Medidas: 30 x 21,5 cm. Ilustraciones o Grabados: Si Fotografías: No Encuadernación: Holandesa con papel pintado. Tejuelos en rojo. Fecha en dorado al pie del lomo. Hierros dorados. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: La Clandestina books [Spain]
2018-02-12 13:44:20
WANN, PAUL
Monaci [Munich]: Johannes Schopiser [Hans Schobser], [ca. 1501]. This is a collection of Lenten sermons "on preserving mankind from sin" by one of the most influential German preachers of the period, here in an uncommon colored blind-stamped binding. Wann (ca. 1420-89) received a doctorate in theology at the University of Vienna, and served as the cathedral preacher at Saint Stephen's Cathedral in Passau. His sermons were admired both for their erudition and for their inspiring rhetoric, and printed editions were popular throughout the 16th century. Printer Hans Schobser began his career in Augsburg, but moved his press to Munich in 1500. He was one of the most prolific printers of German-language material in the first half of the 16th century, and in the 1520s, he became one of the chief printers of Reformation material in Bavaria. We rarely see pigskin binding of this period that are colored; generally, any dyes have rubbed away over the centuries. Ours is no doubt faded from an original rich red, but is still appealing. We have not been able to identify the stamps, but it is likely of German origin.. 205 x 140 mm. (8 x 5 1/2"). [106] leaves (final blank). Contemporary pink blind-stamped sheepskin over wooden boards, covers tooled in ruled compartments with fleurons and pelican lozenge stamps, raised bands, paper title label, five brass bosses on each cover, brass clasp. VD16 W 1178. Binding rather faded and soiled, one corner and tail edge of front cover rubbed to boards, a little worming to spine, small snag to tail of spine, (later) pastedowns somewhat wormed, intermit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev
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2018-02-10 14:57:22
Institoris, Heinrich (Heinrich Kramer)
Olmütz, Conrad Baumgarten, 20. IV, 1501. 128 Bll. (Lagenschlüssel: a-b8, c-d6, e4, f6, g4, h-p6, q4, r-x6, y4; Paginierung: [Titel], iii, v, iiii, v-ix, v, xiii, xii, [2 Bll.], xiiii, xvi-xliii, xlvii, xlv-cvii, cix-cxxviii), so komplett. Mit halbseitigem Titelholzschnitt, ganzseitigem Holzschnitt verso, großer Holzschnittinitiale und Druckermarke am Schluß (alle zeitgenössisch rot ankoloriert) sowie zahlreichen Fleuronee- und Lombardinitialen in rot und grün, darunter fünf Figureninitialen. Durchgehend rubriziert. Gotischer Stempelband der Zeit: dunkelbraunes Leder über Holzdeckeln; das große Mittelfeld dicht mit verschränktem Rautengerank gefüllt; am Hinterdeckel die Ecken mit denselben Spangenstempeln verziert. Ziselierte Schließenhaften aus Messing vorhanden. Folio (220 x 315 mm). Erste Ausgabe dieser gegen die Böhmischen Brüder gerichteten Polemik des Hexenhammer-Verfassers, ein "Bollwerk des Glaubens der Heiligen Römischen Kirche gegen die Häresie der Waldenser und Pikarden". Von größter Seltenheit: vorliegend der bislang nicht nachgewiesene Erstdruck der ersten Ausgabe mit noch minimal abweichendem Titelwortlaut; alle anderen nachweisbaren Exemplare mit diesem Druckjahr (drei über OCLC, eines in der Wiss. Bibliothek Olmütz, eines in der BSB) besitzen, wie auch die zweite Ausgabe von 1502, einen abweichenden Titel, in dem das - zumal satzfehlerhafte - "Bollwerk" in ein "Schutzschild" verändert wurde ("Sancte Romane ecclesie fidei defensionis clippeum adversus waldensium seu pickardorum heresim, certas Germanie Bohemieque nationes in odium cleri ac enervatione ecclesia … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2018-02-07 20:39:17
Trierer Besitzeintrag vom Beginn des 16. Jhs. - Stephanus (Brulefer) O.F.M.,
Basel, Jakob Wolff von Pforzheim. 1501 - Zwei Titel in einem Band. 20,5 x 16 cm. [440] Bl. (Bl. 196 und das letzte weiß); LV Bl. Jeweils mit großer Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel. Späteres Ganzpergament über Pappdeckeln mit (fragmentarisch erh.) handschriftlichem Rückenschild. Einband bestoßen, angestaubt, Rücken mit Fehlstellen. Innengelenke angebrochen bzw. wurmspurig, 1. Titel mit Stempel recto und verso sowie altem Vermerk am oberen Rand, mehrere Lagen im II/IV Buch des ersten Werkes verbunden, teilweise etwas fleckig bzw. fingerfleckig, die ersten und letzten Blatt stärker, sonst nur leicht wurmstichig. I: VD16 S 8917. Index Aureliensis 125.544. Erste Ausgabe. Kommentar zu den Sentenzen des Hl. Bonaventura. In drei Teilen mit eigenem Lagenalphabet und Kolophon. II:VD 16 B 8915. Index Aureliensis 125.545. Exemplar aus der ehemaligen Bibliothek der Redemptoristen, deren Sitz einige Jahre Trier war. Der Orden der Redemptoristen (CSSR) wurde 1732 durch Alfons von Liguori (1696-1787) gegründet. 1859 wurde die Niederdeutsche (heute: Kölner) Provinz gegründet. Zur Ausbildung ihres Priesternachwuchses eröffnete der Orden 1861 ein Seminar mit Hochschule, das nach einer durch den Kulturkampf bedingten Schließung (1872) im Jahr 1898 in Trier als Seminar und Hochschule wiedereröffnet wurde. 1902 zog die Hochschule nach (Honnef) Geistingen um. Der Lehrbetrieb wurde im Jahre 1996 eingestellt, die Bibliothek aufgelöst und zum Teil verkauft. Vorliegendes Exemplar trägt den handschriftlichen Kaufvermerk für die Ordensbibliothek, datiert 1873, den alten Bibliotheksstempel auf de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen
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2018-02-07 02:36:14
(In fine: Venetijs per Ioannem Baptistam Sessa, 151. [ma: 1501] die. 22 Ianuarij), in-8 piccolo, leg. ottocentesca in piena pergamena con ricca decorazione in rilievo sui piatti (motivi fitomorfi intrecciati a nastri; decorazione ottenuta "a piastra", ispirata a legature del Cinquecento, ma un Cinquecento filtrato da un occhio "romantico"), carte [111] su [112]: manca l'ultima carta che recava al recto la fine dell'indice. Con una bella marca editoriale in xilografia al frontespizio (gatto con topo in bocca). Impresso su due colonne in caratteri gotici. I margini del frontespizio, che presenta alcuni restauri reintegrativi, sono controfondati al verso. L'ultima carta presenta al margine interno del recto un rinforzo in carta velina che copre in parte l'inizio dei righi della prima colonna di testo (ma le lettere comunque si intravedono). Opera falsamente attribuita a Sant'Agostino qui presente in una rara edizione postincunabola.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
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