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2018-01-06 21:47:07
Grünewald, E[duard] (Hrsg.), H[errmann] Klentzan (Hrsg.) und Conrad Bornhak
XV, 1501, 184 (Formulare) S. IX, 904, 278 (Formulare), 305 (Sachregister) S. V, 430, 26 S. IV, 173, 7 S. VI, 337, 54 S. IV, 238, 19 S. VII, 435, 16 S. VI, 262, 12, VI, 89 S. nebst 8 S. Heft XVI, 349 S. XIX, 528, 41 S. nebst 3 Bl. Deckblätter zu "Kriegsgesetze, -Verordnungen und -Bekanntmachungen". Gr.-8, Org.Halbleder mit gold. Rücken- u. Deckeltitel, marmor. Vollschnitt und blindgeprägtem Reichsadler Vollständige Sammlung aller einschlägigen Reichsgesetze, Verordnungen, Ausführungsbestimmungen ec. mit Erläuterungen, Formularbuch und Sachregister. Bearb. u. hrsg. v. H. Klentzan - E. Grünewald u. Mitarb. v. Dr. W. Metterhausen, O. Schumpelick. Mit e. einleitenden Wort v. Dr. jur. Conrad Bornhak. // ZUSTAND: Einbände leicht berieben und bestoßen, papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, vereinzelte Einträge, Anstreichungen. Bd. 1 Rücken an den Kanten etwas beschabt, oberes Kapital mit 2cm Einriß. / Bd. 2 ist das vord. Außengelenk hälftig geplatzt, sonst wie Bd. 1. / Nachtrag 1908/09 mit kl. Einriß am hinteren Innengelenk sowie schwache Stauchung an der oberen Ecke. / Nachtrag 1909/10: Kleinere Schäden am vord. Deckelbezug. / Nachtrag 1911: Vord. Innengelenk mit kl. Einriß, wenige Seiten mit Knicken am Rand. / Nachtrag 1911/12: Oberes Kapital gering lädiert, vord. Innengelenk teilw. geplatzt, Druckstelle am oberen Deckelrand. / Nachtrag 1912/13: Rücken mit kl. weißem Fleck, Schnitt stärker altersfleckig. / Nachtrag 1913/14: Enthält ua. Militärische Maßnahmen zur Durchführung und Sicherung der Mobilmachung bezw. des Krieges sowieHeft mit Verordnungen und Bekanntmachungen infolge … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat buch-im-speicher
2018-01-02 20:23:38
1501. Original attractively matted and hand coloured numismatic print, titled: 'Isabella Regina Daniae Christierni VX Phil Hisp Reg Fil' an en profil portrait of Isabella of Austria (1501-1526) was the Archduchess of Austria, and Infanta eof Castille and Aragon, and was queen of Denmark, Sweden and Norway as the wife of King Christian II. The rear of the medal is also shown, with a nude woman standing on a ball on water, waving a shawl/banner. Etching / stipple engraving on a verge type handlaid paper, with modern handcolouring. Description: This print originates from Frans Van Mieris' 'Histori der Nederlandsche Vorsten Uit de Huijzen van Beijere, Borgonje en Oostenrijk' (The Hague: Pieter de Hondt, 1732-35). The plates in this work are not typically coloured. In recent times the finely engraved coins have been meticulously hand coloured, been given a black background to make them stand out and have been beautifully matted in expensive matting. Ready to frame.Artists and Engravers: This image engraved by an unknown engraver after the design of Frans van Mieris. Frans van Mieris (1689-1763) was a Dutch painter, like his father, grandfather and uncle before him. He was also an avid numismatic collector, which is clearly reflected in this work. Condition: Very good, given age. Professionally matted. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Not examined out of matting. Storage location: DPO86-04 The overall size is ca. 13 x 11 inch. The image size is ca. 5.3 x 3.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 33 x 28 cm. The image size is ca. 13.5 x 9 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
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2017-12-30 05:26:25
JUVENALIS & PERSIUS.
(Venice, (Venetiis), Aldus, 1501) (Colophon at the end: 'In aedibus Aldi, Mense Augusto 1501'). Small 8vo. 78 unnumbered leaves. Early 19th century calf. 16 cm An early Aldus edition (Ref: Renouard p. 29 no. 6; Schweiger 2,507; Brunet 3,629/30; Dibdin 2,150; Moss 2,151/156; Graesse 3,518; Ebert 11215) (Details: Back ruled gilt, boards blindstamped. A piece of calf of a slightly different hue laid in on the upper board. This is an early example of a book completely printed in italics) (Condition: Binding slightly worn. The leather on the center panel of the upper board has been skillfully replaced by another, probably older piece of leather. One small wormhole in the back. Bookplate on the front pastedown. Three very small old paper repairs in the first and last leaf. One small old inscription on the verso of the title. First 1, then 2, 3 and later 4 small wormholes in the right blank margin of the last 29 leaves, some of which have been skillfully repaired. Occasionally slightly foxed. A few small old ink annotations and underlinings) (Note: The Roman poet Juvenalis, ca. 55-140 AD, was the last and most influential of the Roman satirists. He 'uses names and examples from the past as protective covers for his exposés of contemporary vice and folly'. (The Classical Tradition, Cambr. Mass., 2010, p. 501) His main theme is the dissolution of the social fabric. He had a lasting influence on neolatin and vernacular writers of the Renaissance and later centuries. The other representative of the imperial Latin satire is the stoic poet Aulus Persius Flaccus, 34-62 AD. His stoic sati … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2017-12-17 10:21:52
Sammelband mit 2 Titeln - Witzel (Wicelius), Georg, und Blosius (Blois, Bloß), Ludwig (Graf von)
232, 140 nn. Bll.. Mit großer Holzschnittdruckermarke auf der Rückseite des Titelblattes d. ersten Titels. 8. Schweinslederband d. Zeit mit handschriftl. Papierrückenschild, Streicheisenlinien sowie figürlicher Rollenstempelprägung und zentralem (floralen) Plattenstempel auf beiden Deckeln. Einband etwas berieben und leicht fleckig hinterer Deckel mit einigen kleinen Wurmlöchern Spuren (kleine Einschnitte) von 2 Stoffschließen auf den Deckeln Vorsätze heraugetrennt beide Innendeckel mit einigen Bezugsfehlstellen (evtl. Spuren der Suche nach, bei solchen Einbänden häufig zu findenden, Pergamentmanuskriptstreifen) erste und letzte Bll. mit wenigen Wurmlöchern im weißen Rand 1 Blatt (z 7) des ersten Titels mit Einriß und kleinem Ausriß im weißen Rand 1 Blatt (A 5) des zweiten Titels mit kleinem Eckabriss (kein Textverlust) gering stockfleckig und gebräunt - insgesamt ein sehr sauberes Exemplar. Die Rollenstempel des Einbandes zeigen Heiligenportraits. Georg Witzel bzw. Wicel, Wicelius (1501-1573) bedeutender reformierter und kath. Theologe und Dichter studierte zuerst kath. Theologie in Erfurt, dann Schüler Luthers und Melanchthons in Wittenberg Übertritt zum Protestantismus wegen vermeintl. Verwicklung in den Bauernkrieg wurde ihm 1524 sein Pfarramt in Wenigenlupnitz bei Eisenach entzogen Luther setzte sich mehrfach für ihn ein 1531 Rückwendung zum Katholizismus 1539 Teilnahme am Religionsgespräch in Leipzig, als Ireniker jedoch ohne Erfolg bedeutender Katechet und Kirchenlieddichter. Sein vorliegender Katechismus (zuerst Leipzig 1535) ist der erste Katechismus überhau … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Germany]
2017-12-17 09:32:38
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]
2017-12-11 01:12:14
Plate 91: Portrait of Caspar von Freundtsperg. Kaspar von Frundsberg (1501 - 1536), was a German nobleman. German text on verso not referring to the plate. Etching/engraging on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: This original antique print originates from 'Der Aller durchleuchtigsten und grossmachtigen Kayser Konigen und Ertzhertzogen Fursten, wie auch Grafen, Herren von Adel'. Elaborate full-page full-length portrait plates within ornamental architectural frame, elaborate wood-engraved text borders. Editio princeps (in Latin) published in Innsbruck, 1601. Grandly illustrated Mannerist catalogue of the Heldenrustkammer of Archduke Ferdinand II of Tirol at Schloss Ambras in Innsbruck - the first collection of armor assembled on historical principles, in the first purpose-built museum north of the Alps. The Roman Catholic Archduke Ferdinand II of Tirol (1529 - 1595) was an avid collector of weaponry and armoury, that had originally belonged to all sorts of princes and potentates. He assigned his personal secretary Jacob Schrenck von Notzing to write a catalogue of the collection of armory (Heldenrustkammer) housed at Schloss Ambras near Innsbruck which finally was brought to print in 1601 only. The magnificent catalogue (known as Armamentarium heroicum) shows very rare examples of armours from the 15th and 16th centuries which originally belonged to illustrious persons such as the Emperor Maximilian I or Prince Maurice of Orange. In 1582 the Antwerp born Augsburg engraver Dominicus Custos started to engrave the 126 portraits after the drawings of Giovanni Battista Fontana. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-12-03 23:34:53
JUVENALIS Decimus Junius & PERSIUS Flaccus Aulus. -
Venezia, "in aedibus Aldi", agosto 1501. In - 8 picc. Buona legatura moderna in pelle marrone, cornice dorata sui piatti, dorso con titolo e fregi oro; entro custodia. (78) ff.; prime e ultime tre carte un po' arrossate; antiche annotazioni a penna nel margine inferiore bianco delle prima due carte. Prima edizione aldina delle satire di Giovenale e Persio. E' il quarto libro stampato da Aldo con l'innovativo carattere corsivo e in formato tascabile, dopo il Virgilio, l'Orazio e il Petrarca, pubblicati tra aprile e luglio 1501. Esiste un'altra edizione con la stessa data, ma l'ancora aldina sul frontespizio e l'aggiunta "et Andreae Soceri" in fine dimostrano che venne stampata molti anni dopo. Renouard 29 - 6; Adams J - 770. First Aldine edition, and the fourth pocket - size book printed by Aldus with the new italic type, after the Virgil, the Horace and the Petrarch (the four were published between April and August 1501). First and last three leaves a little soiled, and a few old ink notes in lower blank margins of first two leaves. Modern brown calf, gilt; preserved in a slip box.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport [IT]
2017-12-03 23:33:27
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 R … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck (VDA / ILAB) [Berlin, Germany]
2017-11-23 12:11:03
A.A. Milne
Used [Publisher: Hachette Children's] 1501
Bookseller: amazon.co.uk
2017-11-22 19:31:52
MARTIALIS Marcus Valerius
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-11-22 19:16:20
Leto, Giulio Pomponio
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2017-11-21 16:14:14
BEROALDUS P.
PRUSS, 1501. margini , su carte forte - front. in carattere gotico , testo in bel carattere rotondo - grande incisione in legno alla fine con stemma della Citta' di Strasburgo - cfr. Graesse I , 348 - Adams p.116 n.763 - Proctor , 9960 - celebre placchetta , edita insieme ad una altra operetta ( J. Wimpheling - Oratio de Annuntiatione Angelica , con 26 carte e una incisione della Vergine ) , in genere separate
Bookseller: La Libreria dei Passi Perduti [IT]
2017-11-08 23:14:51
Institoris, Heinrich (Heinrich Kramer).
1501. Folio (220 x 315 mm). 128 ff. (a-b8, c-d6, e4, f6, g4, h-p6, q4, r-x6, y4; page count: [t.p.], iii, v, iiii, v-ix, v, xiii, xii, [2 ff.], xiiii, xvi-xliii, xlvii, xlv-cvii, cix-cxxviii), complete thus. With half-page title woodcut, full-page woodcut on verso, large woodcut initial, and printer's device at the end (all with contemporary touches of red ink), as well as numerous fleuronee and lombardic initials in red and green, including five figurated initials. Rubricated throughout. Contemp. blindstamped gothic binding: dark brown calf over wooden boards, remains of engraved brass claps. First edition of this polemic against the Bohemian Brethren, written by the author of the notorious "Malleus Maleficarum": a "Bulwark of Faith of the Holy Roman Church Against the Heresy of the Waldensians and Picards". Extremely rare: the present copy represents the hitherto unknown first impression of the first edition, still bearing a slightly different title; all other known copies printed that same year (three via OCLC, one in the Scientific Library of Olomouc, one in the Bavarian State Library), as well as the 1502 second edition, are entitled "Sancte Romane ecclesie fidei defensionis clippeum adversus waldensium seu pickardorum heresim, certas Germanie Bohemieque nationes in odium cleri ac enervatioe ecclesiatice potestatis virulenta contagione sparsim inficientes" (changing the - misspelled - "bulwark" into a "shield"). Quire signatures and pagination depart from those stated by OCLC in several details. In particular, the head-over-heels "u" in "virulenta" (here printed as "vi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2017-10-28 10:18:33
Leto, Giulio Pomponio
[Paris]: Jean Dupré, 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. Eighteenth-century calf, gilt spine, red edges. Light wear to joints, closed tear to inner margin of textblock. 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)
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [United States]
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2017-10-25 21:29:06
Albubather.
Impressum Venetiis per Jo. Baptista Sessa anno Domini 1501. Dies 23. Februarii. In nachträglich montiertem Kartonumschlag. Titel fehlt, Inhalt beginnt mit Blatt 2. Im Kolophon Sessas Druckermarke, darunter Papierausschnitt. Blatt 5 mit Fehlstelle (ca. 1,5 cm2 Textverlust), 4 große Initialen. Guter Zustand. // ENGLISH: Cardboard cover of younger age. Title page missing, content starts with page 2. Colophon includes Sessa¬ís printer¬ís mark, below a larger part of paper is cut out. Page 5 contains a fault of about 1,5 square centimeters loss in text. 4 large initials. Good condition. 28 Blatt Latein 200g [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Krull GmbH [Germany]
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2017-10-16 12:30:01
Pomponius Mela.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-10-16 11:29:20
SACROBOSCO, Johannes de (John of HOLYWOOD).
, . . Alden & Landis 505/8; BMC STC German, p. 772; JCB I, pp. 40-41; Proctor, German Books 1501-1520, 10386; VD16, J-712 (4 copies); cf. Adams H-714 (1501 Quentell edition); DSB XII, pp. 60-63. Fourth Quentell edition, extensively illustrated, of Sacrobosco's classic 13th-century treatise on astronomy De sphaera mundi ("On the sphere of the world"), with extensive commentary by the Czech astronomer Wenceslaus Fabri de Budweis (1455-1518). Two of the diagrams clearly explain a solar and a lunar eclipse. The present copy is extensively annotated by a (near) contemporary hand, adding even some further illustrations, including an astronomical diagram. The book is divided into four chapters treating the definition of a sphere; the various circles and their names; the cosmic, chronic, and heliacal risings and settings of the constellations; and the movements of the sun, moon and planets."Sacrobosco's fame rests firmly on his De sphaeria, a small work based on Ptolemy and his Arabic commentators, published about 1220 [...] It was quite generally adopted as the fundamental astronomy text, for often it was so clear that it needed little or no explanation." (DSB). Sacrobosco was the first European scholar to use Arabic sources for his astronomical studies, helping to spread Arabic knowledge to the Western world. He describes the earth as a sphere, opening the way for the Renaissance astronomical revolution of Copernicus and Gallileo. The work had a great impact on the science of astronomy in the following centuries. Alden & Landis cites the present edition as, "The earliest edn to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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2017-10-10 15:53:17
MARTIALIS, Marcus Valerius.
(In fine:) Venetiis, in Aedibus Aldi, Mense Decembri MDI (1501). in-8 (mm. 162 x 97), ff. (191, manca l'ultimo bianco), elegante legatura inglese d'amatore del XX sec. in p. marocchino zigrinato color marrone, duplice riquadro a filetto oro sui piatti, dorso a nervetti con tit. e ricchi fregi oro, bella dentelle int., tagli dor. (firmata C. Lewis). Prima edizione aldina, di grande rarità, stupendamente impressa nell'elegante carattere corsivo inventato da Aldo e disegnato da Andrea Griffo. Il Marziale (col Virgilio, l'Orazio, il Petrarca e il Giovenale-Persio, tutti usciti dall'aprile all'agosto del 1501) è uno dei primi autori classici pubblicati da Aldo nel formato tascabile, avanti l'uso della celebre marca tipografica dell'àncora con delfino. Magnifico esemplare, assai marginoso, in artistica legatura, con ex-libris T. Kimball Brooker applicato al primo contropiatto. Renouard 30.7. Ahmanson-Murphy 37. Adams M-689. BMC 420. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-09-27 14:10:11
Cardano, Geronimo
Cardano aus Pavia (1501-1576) war Arzt, Philosoph und Mathematiker und zählt zu den Renaissance-Humanisten.
Bookseller: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat Köln
2017-09-21 01:49:59
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.Binding rubbed, damaged and partially cracked at hinge. Browned, some marginal water stains and frequent marginal annotations. Overall a good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books
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