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2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-31 14:31:28
Aesop, Sebastian Brandt
Basel: Jacob Wolff of Pforzheim, 1501. First edition thus. An early illustrated edition of Aesop's Fables, augmented and edited by Sebastian Brant and the first edition to include his additional 140 sections. Two parts in one volume, folio (leaves measuring 297 x 208 mm). Collates complete, retaining one of the two blank leaves (M6 lacking). Collation identical to the Fairfax-Murray copy: a-b8, c6-o8 (alternately), p-s6 (s6 blank and original); A-B8, C-D6, E8-K6 (alternately), L4, M5, (M6, final blank, lacking). With the famous woodcut portrait of Aesop on the verso of a1 and a smaller woodcut portrait of Brant on the verso of A1 in part two. A total of 335 woodcuts divided into 194 in part one and 141 in part two (inclusive of the portraits). Text in Latin. Full black straight-grain morocco. Boards ruled in gilt with gilt dentelles. Spine stamped and lettered in gilt. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Generous margins. Previous owner's small bookplate on front pastedown. This copy has been very carefully restored and generally presents quite well. Certain passages were deemed obscene shortly after publication and as a consequence, most known copies have a few sections defaced. This copy is no different with a number of passages and illustrations crossed out and/or marked "no legas" ("do not read"). A number of leaves have had small marginal tears or wormholes repaired, occasionally affecting a letter or a word. One leaf, C4, with a small hole affecting the woodcut on the recto and two or three words on the verso. A few leaves have been remargined, including the title p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-17 08:18:17
Aristoteles: = Petrus de Abano
1501. Problemata Alexandri Aphrodisei. Problemata Plutarchi, cum gratia. - Venetiis, Per Bonetum Locatellum, 1501, Folio (304 x 210 mm), (22), 296 fl. double colum, gothic letters, woodcut initials, printer device, fine full leather binding. A broad marginated, clean and well preserved copy of this beautifully volume, printed on strong paper. The greatest scientific name after Hippocrates is that of Aristotle (384-322 B.C.), who gave the medicine the beginnings of botany, zoology, comparative anatomy, embryology, teratology and physiology, and use of formal logic as an instrument of precision. Aristotle, a pupil of Plato, and at one time tutor to Alexander the Great, had a profound influence in determining the direction of medical and biological thought; perhaps no other man has so dominated and advanced science as a whole.The Aristotelian Problemata enjoyed considerable popularity in the Middle Ages, especially its book IV, dealing with sexual intercourse and generation, which adapted in such manner that it became a kind of pornographic publication. Petrus de Abano (1250-1315?) was one of the most illustrious and influential men of his time and probably the most influential medical writer of the later middle age. A native of Apano near Padua (from which he takes his name), he took his degree in Paris and his cures were so remarkable that he was able to obtain the highest fees of any physicians of his time. He was called the Consiliator because of his remarkable book published during his residence in the Paris University. He was consulted by such man as Pope Honorius IV and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MedicusBooks.Com [Germany]
2017-08-14 12:31:28
Aulus Persius Flaccus
(Venedig, Pentius ), 1501. 4°. 102 Bl. Pergament des 18. Jahrhunderts (Gebräunt und fleckig, teils bestossen). Goff, P-352. - Sehr seltene und reich kommentierte Ausgabe dieser Postinkunabel. - Aulus Persius Flaccus (* 4. Dezember 34 n. Chr. in Volterra; † 24. November 62 n. Chr.), römischer Dichter (etruskischer, ritterlicher Abstammung) propagierte in seinen Dichtungen die stoische Lebensweisheit und kritisierte zeitgenössische Missstände. Seine Werke wurden nach seinem Tod vom Philosophen Lucius Annaeus Cornutus herausgegeben und waren bis ins Mittelalter populär. (Wikipedia). Seine Dichtung wurde auch später noch rezipiert, allerdings im Laufe der Zeit immer weniger verstanden. Persius, bei seinen Zeitgenossen beliebt und geschätzt, später noch von Quintilian und Martial bewundert, galt mit dem größer werdenden zeitlichen, sprachlichen und kulturellen Abstand zunehmend als dunkel, unverständlich, obskur oder gar kafkaesk. Sein Werk schien vom „neronischen Zeitstil“ und der Autor von einer mystifizierenden, esoterischen Weltsicht geprägt. (vgl. dazu Kißel). - Persius schrieb u.a. sechs Satiren im Hexameter, die hier vorliegen. Eine Praetexta (Tragödie mit nationalrömischem Inhalt) und Gedichte auf Arria, die Schwiegermutter des Thrasea (eines befreundeten Politikers), gingen verloren. Das unvollendete Satirenbuch wurde von Cornutus bearbeitet; dieser kürzte den Schluss der 6. Satire und entschärfte anstößige politische Anspielungen. Außerdem sind 14 Choliamben (Verse im Hinkjambus) teils am Ende, teils am Anfang der Satiren überliefert.(Wikipedia). - Einen neuen Zugang m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: A la Recherche [Bonn, Germany]
2017-08-14 12:30:15
VALLA, Giorgio.
[Colophon:] Venice: Aldus Manutius for Giovanni Pietro Valla, December 1501. [Colophon:] Venice:: Aldus Manutius for Giovanni Pietro Valla, December 1501. First and only edition of the first great humanistic Renaissance encyclopaedia, an extraordinarily rich collection of translations from classical authors, and “une des plus belles productions des presses Aldines” (Graesse). It contains the first printings of any of the works of Archimedes, Apollonius, Autolycus, Eutocius, and Hero of Alexandria, Valla's own commentaries on Euclid (the first to be printed based on the Greek text), and the first printing of Ptolemy's star catalogue (the <i>Almagest</i> was not printed until 1515). “For the next forty years at least, <i>De Rebus Expetendis</i> remained almost the only printed source of reference for the works of Apollonius, Archimedes, the Eutocius commentaries, and Hero. It was used extensively by Leonardo [da Vinci] and Copernicus” (Rose 1975, p. 48). Leonardo owned a copy of <i>De Expetendis</i>, translated sections from it into Italian, and used it in his work on geometric proportions. <i>De Expetendis</i> is now recognized “as one of the most important direct sources of Leonardo's mathematical knowledge” (Kelley & Popkin, p. 45, n. 55). Copernicus, who studied the book in Padua, learned from it of the heliocentric ideas of Aristarchus; he also “made heavy use of the mathematical excerpts translated by Valla from such Greek authors as Archimedes, Autolycus and Ptolemy. Moreover, Copernicus used a star-catalogue printed by Valla which differs significantly from that of P … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2017-08-06 14:48:15
Karl Koppmannn
Alles Bände mit Exlibri der Gesellschaft für Geschichte und Altertumskunde der Ostseeprovinzen Russlands in Riga.
Bookseller: r2d
2017-08-06 13:55:52
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 (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2017-07-09 07:09:22
Garret, Bernart, llamado Il Chariteo. (Barcelona 1450 - Nápoles 1514).
Bookseller: Els Llibres del Tirant [Barcelona, Spain]
2017-06-23 23:56:59
GUILLERMUS, Parisiensis [William of Auvergne] (c 1180-1249) (attributed to) -- QUENTELL, Heinrich, printer (d 1501)
Cologne: Heinrich Quentell, 1501. Hardcover. Very Good+. [With:] Bernard of Clairvaux, Passio domini et de planctu beate Marie virginis]; (2) Textus sequentiarum cum expositione lucida ac facili Sacre scripture auctoritatibus aliorumque exemplis creberrimis roborata, una cum vocabulorum explanatione (Heinrich Quentell, circa 1500?); (3) Expositio hymnorum cum familiari commento (Cologne: Heinrich Quentell, 9 December, 1500). Three works in one, 4to (207 x 141mm). Pagination: 1) Postilla Guillerini: [1], [4], 178 leaves (i-clxxviii), including the Passio Domini: 18 leaves. 2) Textus Sequentiarum: 133, [11] leaves; 3) Expositio hymnorum: [1], 76, [1] leaves. Collation: I: *(4), a-z(6), r and c(6), A-D(6), E(4), Aa-Cc(6). II: a(8), b-c(6), d(8), e-f(6), g(8), h-i(6), k(8), -m(6), n(8), o-p(6), q(8), r-t(6), v(8), x(4), y(6). III: A(8), B(6), C(8), D-E(6), F(8), G(6), H(8), I-K(6), L(4), M(6). The Postilla with 46 lines of extensive glossed text attractively rubricated throughout with initials alternating red and blue and paragraph marks in red. Large woodcut of the preaching scholar on title, also known as the “Accipies woodcut,” although this version omits the legend. Publisher Heinrich Quentell was the first to use the “Accipies” woodcut in 1490 and it was in use until 1496 and then picked up again in 1500, as here. Quentell’s woodcut was popular with scholastic printers and was extensively imitated and in some cases directly reproduced. Generally, all books with the “Accipies” woodcut would have been intended for interactive classroom use. Modern alum-tawed leather, endpape … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books
2017-06-23 09:19:00
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 (Since 1830)
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2017-06-12 22:42:39
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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski
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2017-06-12 22:42:39
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 Uwe Turszynski [München, Germany]
2017-05-27 18:55:29
Pomponius Mela.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-05-27 18:55:29
Pomponius Mela.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-05-27 18:55:29
Pomponius Mela.
1501. 4to. 32 pp. With printer's woodcut device on the title page and different device under the colophon; several woodcut initials. Followed by a 49-page manuscript index (beginning with instructions to the "amice lector" on the verso of the colophon) on 28 blank leaves bound after the printed text. 19th century boards with red morocco spine lettered and decorated in gilt. The first edition of the 16th century: a very rare reprint of the incunable published in 1494, the first separate edition to be based on the criticism of the Renaissance scholar Ermolao Barbaro. Dedicated to Pope Alexander VI. Mela's description of the ancient world, based on good sources and written during the reign of Emperor Claudius, is the oldest Roman geography to have survived. This edition was not equipped with an index, but a contemporary humanistic owner rectified the fault by crafting his own: the humanistic "cancelaresca" manuscript provides a list of all cities, places and even subjects mentioned, a total of some 1,000 references to 227 paragraph numbers (which the owner, too, provided in brown ink throughout the inner margins of the book). - Occasional slight foxing and waterstaining to margins near end, but a fine copy of this rare book. Edit 16, CNCE 58712. Schweiger II.2, 606. Ebert 13608. Graesse V, 401: "Reimpr. rare de l'edition ... de 1494". Not in Adams, BM-STC Italian, or Riccardi. Not in Brunet or Dibdin.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-05-23 14:36:58
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]
2017-05-23 14:36:58
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]
2017-05-22 01:31:03
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
2017-05-18 05:35:09
MARTIAL, Marcus Valerius Martialis.
Venice: in aedibus Aldii [Aldus Manutius], December 1501. Venice: in aedibus Aldii [Aldus Manutius],, December 1501. Octavo (150 x 94 mm); collation: A-Z, &8. Mid-17th century Continental sheep sometime rebacked with the original spine laid-down, sides gilt tooled overall with roll tool borders enclosing large central lozenge, centre and corners filled with scrolling floriate motifs (including a tulip tool), remains of pinkish silk ties, spine tooled in black with a repeated floriate motif within five compartments (and tulip tool), blue-green edges. Previous owner's monogram on colophon leaf. A little wear to extremities of binding, gilt dulled, gathering N misbound after gathering O, small ink stain to fore-edge encroaching slightly in to margin of a couple of gatherings, without the terminal blank leaf otherwise a very good copy. First Aldine edition, one of the earliest books to be produced in pocket format and in Aldus's beautiful italic type. Aldus starting issuing his groundbreaking "Libelli Portatiles" - or "Portable Library" - in April 1501 with an edition of Virgil, followed by Horace in May, Petrarch in July, Juvenal and Perseus in August, and this edition of Martial in December, marking 1501 as one of the most extraordinary years in the history of publishing. The editio princeps of the Epigrammata was printed at Venice by Vindelinus de Spira between 1469 and 1473. "The series of editions of classical Latin and Greek authors and Italian vernacular poets published as pocket-sized books (enchiridia) was Aldus's most successful editorial innovation... [and they] im … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-05-18 05:35:09
MARTIAL, Marcus Valerius Martialis.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-05-18 05:35:09
MARTIAL, Marcus Valerius Martialis.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-05-18 05:35:09
MARTIAL, Marcus Valerius Martialis.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-05-18 05:35:09
MARTIAL, Marcus Valerius Martialis.
Venice: in aedibus Aldii [Aldus Manutius], December 1501. Venice: in aedibus Aldii [Aldus Manutius],, December 1501. Octavo (150 x 94 mm); collation: A-Z, &8. Mid-17th century Continental sheep sometime rebacked with the original spine laid-down, sides gilt tooled overall with roll tool borders enclosing large central lozenge, centre and corners filled with scrolling floriate motifs (including a tulip tool), remains of pinkish silk ties, spine tooled in black with a repeated floriate motif within five compartments (and tulip tool), blue-green edges. Housed in a brown flat-back cloth box by the Chelsea Bindery. Previous owner's monogram on colophon leaf. A little wear to extremities of binding, gilt dulled, gathering N misbound after gathering O, small ink stain to fore-edge encroaching slightly in to margin of a couple of gatherings, without the terminal blank leaf otherwise a very good copy. First Aldine edition, one of the earliest books to be produced in pocket format and in Aldus's beautiful italic type. Aldus starting issuing his groundbreaking "Libelli Portatiles" - or "Portable Library" - in April 1501 with an edition of Virgil, followed by Horace in May, Petrarch in July, Juvenal and Perseus in August, and this edition of Martial in December, marking 1501 as one of the most extraordinary years in the history of publishing. The editio princeps of the Epigrammata was printed at Venice by Vindelinus de Spira between 1469 and 1473. "The series of editions of classical Latin and Greek authors and Italian vernacular poets published as pocket-sized books (enchiridia) was … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
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