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2013-01-15 23:27:06
Rondinelli G.
Ril. recente, tit. in oro al dorso, cm 22x14,5, pp 248. Piccolo timbro di biblioteca al front. (vol. regolarm. dismesso), modestiss. tracce d?uso, peraltro ottimo esempl. con barbe.
Bookseller: Editoriale Umbra
2013-01-04 11:41:15
Sophocles
[Venetiis: in Aldi Romani Academia mense, 1502. [196] leaves. Octavo. Full 19th century straight grain red morocco, elaborately gilt extra, a.e.g. Greek letter. Aldine anchor on verso of terminal leaf. Bookplate of Henry Labouchere, 1st Baron Taunton (1798-1869). Some early and interesting manuscript annotations and highlighting in red ink, a few other annotations faded and occasionally a bit smeared, similar annotations eradicated from title, minute single wormhole in foremargins of final half of text block (in a few instances showing signs of early careful in- fill), otherwise a very good copy, neatly bound. First edition in book form of the Greek text of seven of the Tragedies of Sophocles, edited by Marcus Musurus with a dedication to Jan Lascaris. This was the first of the classical Greek texts published by Aldus Manutius in this portable form, and it remained the most readily available source for study of Sophocles's text until the 19th century, when superior manuscripts became the object of scholarly study. Like the copies noted by Brunet and regarded as the earliest printing of the first signature , the verso of the four-line title is blank, as is the facing recto. A high-water mark in the history of typography, classical texts and drama. ADAMS S1438. RENOUARD 34:6. BM (ITALIAN), p.634. BRUNET V:445-6.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-ILAB [U.S.A.]
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2013-01-03 22:38:00
Dante Alighieri:
[Venetiis: in Aedib Aldi, August 1502].. [252] leaves. a-z8, A-G8, H4. Small octavo. Full green French morocco, raised bands, gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. Set in Italic. Aldine anchor on colophon. One raised band nicked, careful sympathetic restoration of upper joint, light scattered foxing, faint old manuscript foliation of leaves, but a very good copy. Cloth slipcase and chemise. First Aldine edition, and the first edition of Dante in octavo format, based on a manuscript sent to Aldus by the Venetian humanist, Pietro Bembo. The edition is also notable for historians of typography as it marks the first utilization of the Aldine Anchor as Aldus's signature device -- although it does not appear in all copies, among them the earliest. The edition was such a success that it was soon counterfeited in such a faithful manner that close scrutiny of the final collation is necessary to distinguish the editions. With this edition, "it was as if the poem had never been printed before: the 15th-century vulgate was swept aside. Bembo's text was to become the basis for every subsequent edition of the Divine Comedy until the late 19th century" - Renaissance Dante in Print (1472 - 1629). Online catalogue of Notre Dame, Newberry Library, and Univ. of Chicago collaborative exhibition. RENOUARD 34:5. GOLDSMID 43. ADAMS D82-3. BMC (ITALIAN), P. 209. BRUNET II:500.
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2012-06-27 19:29:53
CICERON Marcus Jullius
Venice,J. et G. de Gregorius, 1502. La Rhétorique de Cicéron imprimée en 1502, conservée dans sa reliure peinte de l'époque. 1 volume in-8, plein veau brun, plats richement ornés d'encadrements de filets et de roulette à froid délimitant un rectangle central dans ses parties externes d'un entrecroisement de filets peints avec au centre une rosace dorée, dos à nerfs richement orné de multiples cordonnets à froid, tranches jaunes portant sur la tranche inférieure la mention d'époque écrite à l'encre : M.(arcus) T.(ullius) C.(icero) RHETORICA. Reliure strictement de l'époque non restaurée. 166 x 113 mm. TRÈS RARE SECONDE ÉDITION DE LA RHÉTORIQUE DE CICÉRON DONNÉE PAR RAPHAËL REGIUS IMPRIMÉE POUR LA PREMIÈRE FOIS À CRACOVIE EN 1500. Ce célèbre traité de Rhétorique en quatre livres fut composé à rome en 85 avant Jésus-Christ. La Rhétorique fut le livre de référence, des siècles durant, des étudiants européens et à ce titre, ce texte est rarement conservé en fraîche reliure de l'époque. EXEMPLAIRE PARFAIT, PUR, À GRANDES MARGES, ENRICHI DE NOTES MANUSCRITES DU TEMPS, CONSERVÉ DANS SA TRÈS INTÉRESSANTE RELIURE PEINTE DE L'ÉPOQUE NON RESTAURÉE ET PARFAITEMENT CONSERVÉE. Référence : BM STC. It. P. 183. IA. 137 225 ne répertorie que 2 exemplaire BL et Folger.
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE SOURGET [VER-LES-CHARTRES, ., France]
2012-06-27 05:17:18
SOPHOCLES
Venice: Aldus Manutius, Aug, 1502. Aldine octavo (153 × 94 mm). Eighteenth-century English red morocco, spine gilt in compartments between raised bands, green morocco label, sides ruled in gilt with a double fillet, gilt devices at corners, turns-in gilt with a floral roll, comb-marbled endpapers, gilt edges. In a custom morocco-backed folding case. Types 1:80 italic, 4:79 Greek, cut by Francesco Griffo. General title, Latin dedication to Janus Lascaris, epigrams of Simonides, Erucius and Dioscorides the Alexandrian from the Anthology, 6 divisional titles, woodcut dolphin and anchor device (Fletcher no. 2) on verso of last leaf. Inscriptions on the first binder's blank: "H. Girdlestone from Francis Turner Inner Temple 1808" and "H. Girdlestone to John Farnham Messenger 1 January 1864". Binding rubbed, joints cracked at ends; title slightly stained and with 2 small wormholes not affecting text, small wormhole through last 14 leaves, a very few small marginal stains, a very good copy. Editio princeps. One of the most important of Aldus's Greek editions both textually and typographically, this remained the best available edition of Sophocles' text until the 19th century. The scholia promised in the title were not finally included, as explained in Aldus's prefatory letter; Lascaris published them in 1518, at the Medicean press at Rome. The Sophocles was the first Greek book issued in Aldus's portable format, and the first classical text printed in Francesco Griffo's fourth type, the smallest and most delicate of the Aldine Greek types, modelled on Aldus& … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2012-06-21 09:05:14
LUCANUS, Marcus Annaeus
Venice: Aldus Manutius, April, 1502. Octavo (166 × 99 mm). Contemporary limp vellum sewn on five cords, ties defective, free endpapers pasted to a strip of fifteenth-century manuscript on paper (red and blue penwork initials) folded around the back of the book under the binding. Italic type 1:80, cut by Francesco Griffo. Old inscription on A1r faded. Some very light water-staining towards head of first few gatherings, still a very good copy. First Aldine edition and one of the earliest of the Aldine octavos, issued just one year after the Aldine Virgil. It was the last to be issued without the anchor device. This copy has the final colophon leaf, which is sometimes lacking.
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2012-06-19 04:57:21
Aldine Printing] Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
Venice: in Aedib. Aldi. Accuratissime men. Aug MDII., (Venezia. Aldo Manuzio, 1502). The first Aldine printing of The Divine Comedy and the Aldine "pocket book" format and the first use of the anchor device. With the famous Aldine anchor device on the final leaf. 8vo; 160mm x 95mm, in a beautiful antique binding of full polished vellum, the spine decorated with gilt ruled raised bands separating the compartments, two of the compartments with lettering labels of dark maroon morocco gilt lettered, the covers with triple gilt fillet rules at the borders, marbled endleaves, red edges. [244] leaves, and with the f.82 blank present. A very handsome and desirable copy, very nicely bound. Internally crisp and and quite bright and clean throughout, four of the leaves a bit shorter than the others, but with the same edge colour and clearly part of the text-block for a great time, last leaf with small restoration to the upper outside corner. RARE AND IMPORTANT AND ONE OF THE GREAT BOOKS IN LITERARY AND PRINTING HISTORY. The first Aldine printing of Dante's Divine Comedy; the first edition of Dante to appear in a more handy, portable format (all previous editions were folios); the first book to contain the famous Aldine device of the anchor and dolphin (though Renouard suggests that a portion of the edition was issued without the device). According to Brunet, this is a much sought-after edition, and copies are difficult to find in complete and desirable condition. This book for all intents and purposes inaugurated the beginning of literary publishing by Aldus by whi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2012-06-11 21:03:04
DIONIGI Dionysius Aeropagita
Tacuino de Tridino, Venezia, 1502 21 novembre. cc. (6), CXXXIII, manca l’ultima bianca, al frontespizio nome dell’autore in caratteri calligrafici, e incisa su legno il San Giovanni Battista (Kristeller 328) con il monogramma “bMo” di Benedetto Montagna; all’ultima pagina la marca tipografica di Tacuino incisa su legno; nel testo capilettera incisi, al fol. I capolettera e titolo stampati in rosso, diagrammi nel testo, tra ui uno che raffigura un’eclissi. Buon esemplare marginoso. Piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Prima edizione pubblicata in Italia dell’opera di Dionigi l’Aeropagita, edita a cura di Jacques Lefèvre d’Etalpes, che segue la traduzione di Ambrogio camaldolense. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2012-06-04 18:19:47
ROJAS, Fernando de
- Facsímil de la edición de Sevilla, 1502. Edición al cuidado de Antonio Pérez y Gómez. Valencia, 1958, 18x26, 64 hojas sin numerar, letra gótica, portada grabada y 23 grabados en el texto. Cuidada reproducción en facsímil sobre papel hilo ahuesado en tirada de 290 ejemplares numerados de los que sólo se pusieron a la venta 260 (nuestro ejemplar pertenece a los que no se vendieron, marcado con la letra M y nominado). El presente libro está reproducido del existente en la Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid y el único en el que se dice". y de la puta vieja Celestina". (38015).
Bookseller: Librería J. Cintas
2012-04-06 10:57:46
Bonaventura Sanctus
. . I.A. 121.695 - VD 16, B 6566 - Panzer VI, 175, 11 - nicht bei Adams u. STC.- Predigtsammlung des Hl. Bonaventura (bürgerlich Giovanni Fidanza 1221-1274), einem der bedeutendsten Philosophen und Theologen der Scholastik.- Titel verso gestempelt, vereinzelt stock- und fingerfleckig, wenige kl. Wurmgänge, Ebd. etw. berieben u. fleckig, Schließen fehlen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2012-02-17 15:10:09
Sint-Truiden, 8. Oktober 1502. 17 x 28 cm. Mit 2 Siegel-Fragmenten (von 5), an Pergamentstreifen angehängt, auf der Rückseite Bezeichnung der Urkunde - Gegenstand ist ein "steynen Hus ... in ons genedichs heere hoff van Ludich (Lüttich) alsoe die gelegen es beime der Stat van Sintruden (Sint-Truiden) ..." (2. Zeile). In der letzten Zeile datiert: "Vyfthen hondert ende twee in den maand van octobri das achtse dagh". Als Vertragspartner werden genannt: Janne Vada, Janne van der Blockerie, Henrick van Lephe. Sint-Truiden (französisch: Saint-Trond), nach dem Heiligen Trudo benannt, gehörte ab 1227 zum Fürstbistum Lüttich. Der untere Rand ist um 3,5 cm eingefaltet zur Befestigung von 5 Pergamentstreifen. Von den 5 Siegeln sind noch 2 als Fragment vorhanden. - Sprache / Language: Niederländisch / Dutch -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2011-04-06 02:49:56
PLINIUS SECUNDUS Gaius Caecilius. Letters of Pliny the Younger (61-112 AD)
Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris, 19 October 1498 [misdated: 1502]. 4to. [140] leaves. Roman letter interspersed with occasional quotations in Greek. 27 lines. Printer's mark at end of book IX, and at end. 18th century vellum; rebacked. A distinguished redaction of the celebrated letters of Pliny the Younger (c.6I-c.112 AD) by the noted Renaissance scholar Filippo Beroaldo (1453-1505). The nine books of letters on a variety of subjects composed in the style of short essays, are a major source for our knowledge of the times. The famous letter 16 (book 6), addressed to his friend Tacitus, describes the eruption of Vesuvius on 24 August AD 79 during which the author's uncle, Pliny the Elder, died. Letter 59 (book 10) to the Emperor Trajan on the treatment of the Christians, is considered the earliest external account of Christian worship, and the fullest statement of the reasons for the execution of Christians; Trajan expresses his approval in his reply in the following letter (60). The volume concludes with the panegyric to Trajan, delivered when Pliny took office as consul for the year 100, in which the emperor is favourably compared to the tyrannical Domitian who preceded him. Traces of marginal waterstaining throughout, title margin neatly repaired without loss, otherwise a clean copy with occasional manuscript notes in Latin penned into blank margins in several neat humanist hands. BMC VI 844; Goff P-810; HC*13115; Polain (B) 3206; Proctor 6639. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2010-04-28 13:21:39
Urceus Antonius Codrus
Bononiae: Joan Ant. Platonidem Benedictorum, Die Vero VII Martii 1502. [Postincunabolo-Bologna] (cm.30,8) solido cartonato recente con unghie, titolo al dorso. -cc.166 (di 168). Manca l'ultima carta a8 bianca e la carta A8 all'inizio. l'opera completa è costituita da -cc.106 (A-T) + cc.54 (A-I) + cc.8 (a) tutte non numerate, caratteri romano corsivo con vari passi in greco. Taluni sostengono l'esistenza di altri 4 fogli (Graesse- Brunet), altri la smentiscono come Cat. Colombina e Serra-Zanetti che la descrive minuziosamente a pag. 354 e a pag. 86 la dice "Edizione veramente magnifica per la forma nitida, aperta e armoniosa dei caratteri romani stile "platoniano" e per l'euritmia della struttura". Edizione originale assai celebre e ricercata anche per la sua straordinaria bellezza tipografica. L'autore, grande umanista bolognese fu poeta e grecista, la vita di Codro nelle ultime sette carte, presenti nel nostro esemplare è scritta da bartolomeo Bianchini. L'opera tocca vari argomenti, medicina, metamorfosi umane, matematica, astonomia, chirurgia, veterinaria ecc.Nonchè passi osceni ai sermoni 4, 5, 12 Come si legge in un'antica notazione manoscritta nella carta bianca prima del fornis. Tracce di polvere al verso dell'ultima carta e lievi difetti all'estremo margine bianco delle prime due carte. per altro esemplare veramente magnifico a grandi margini, assai nitido e fresco. Con note coeve manoscritte ai margini per lo più nella prima metà dell'opera, in chiara e precisa grafia. *Serra-Zanetti "Stampa in Bologna" 1959 p.86 e p.354 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libri antichi e rari Francesco e Claudia
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2009-06-14 19:47:32
Pollux, Julius
Venice: Aldus Manutius, 1502. First edition. <p>Pollux, Julius [Poludeukes, Ioulios] (fl. 2nd cent. A.D.). [Onomasticon] Pollucis vocabularii index in latinum tralatus, ut vel graece nescientibus nota sint . . . Folio. [104]ff. Venice: apud Aldum, April 1502. 296 x 201 mm. 18th or early 19th cent. gilt-ruled calf, a little rubbed, rebacked preserving original gilt spine. Fine copy.</p><p>Editio princeps. Pollux, a Greek grammarian and sophist from Alexandria, was appointed professor of rhetoric at the Academy in Athens by the Roman Emperor Commodus (son of Marcus Aurelius). According to Philostratus's Lives of the Sophists, Pollux was given this post on account of his melodious voice. Pollux was the author of numerous rhetorical works, of which only a few titles survive, and the Onomasticon, a thesaurus of Attic Greek synonyms and phrases arranged thematically in ten books. "It supplies in passing much rare and valuable information on many points of classical antiquity- objects in daily life, the theater, politics- and quotes numerous fragments of lost works. Pollux was probably the person satirized by Lucian as a worthless and ignorant person who gains a reputation as an orator by sheer effrontery, and pilloried in his Lexiphanes, a satire upon the affectation of obscure and obsolete words" (Encyclopaedia Britannica [1999]). The editio princeps of Pollux's Onomasticon, issued by Aldus Manutius in 1502, made the work widely available to Renaissance scholars and antiquaries, and anatomists of the period drew on the Onomasticon for obscure Greek words to describe part … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's Historyofscience.com
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