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2016-12-09 05:22:18
HUSWIRT, Johannes
Bookseller: Martayan Lan [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-12-09 05:22:18
HUSWIRT, Johannes
Bookseller: Martayan Lan [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-12-06 21:07:00
Aegidius Columna Romanus
Venice: Bonetus Locatellus for Octavianus Scotus, 1504. Folio (30,0 x 21,4 cm). 147 lvs. Recently bound, using old and stained vellum, new endpapers, spine with handwritten title. With a great number of 5-line xylographic initials and 2 ibidem 13-line initials. A plethora of marginal printed annotations. Leaf T5-v with the large publisher's mark of Scotus. For a full description and more images please visit: www.zaalbooks.nl .
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2016-12-06 06:22:19
MANUSCRIPT HYMN BOOK ....
The fourth manuscript volume of a set of Benedictine hymn books relative to saints primarily in the Western European church, with emphasis on Germany and Britain. The text incorporates hymns for every portion of a saint's day and mainly in rhyme with short, occasional passages of prose. The rhymes are mediaeval or Renaissance, and perhaps by the actual person whose name is given on the spine of the book. The scribe (whether or not the author) writes in a small beautiful hand, perhaps of the seventeenth century. The author is aware of the famous papal prophecies of Malachi, bishop of Armagh, first published in the 1590s and perhaps written about that time, so the text is probably datable to no earlier than the 17th century - though Malachi's prophecies may have been current in manuscript before that. There is no inclusion of Saint Pius V (1504-1572), a powerful figure and great friend to the Catholics of Spain and Holland amongst others. No musical scores are present. One would naturally think the volumes were originally for use in a Benedictine monastery or abbey. Black morocco over wooden boards, with the remains of clasps, Ms label on the spine, marbled endpapers, all page edges in gilt.. Fine.. 8vo.
Bookseller: Roger Collicott Books
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2016-12-03 16:52:47
Giovambattista GIRALDI / Paolo GIOVIO
1504. GIRALDI, Giovan Battista (Cinzio Giovan Battista). - Nacque a Ferrara nel novembre del 1504 da Cristoforo, proveniente da una famiglia ferrarese che vantava remote origini fiorentine; la madre apparteneva alla famiglia dei Mombelli, nobili del Ducato di Savoia. Fin da giovane e, secondo quanto egli stesso afferma in un epigramma, per volontà di una donna aveva aggiunto accanto al nome l'epiteto Cynthius.In una data non precisata del terzo decennio del Cinquecento iniziò a frequentare lo Studio ferrarese, nella facoltà di arti e medicina; seguì lezioni di logica, fisica, medicina, filosofia morale e retorica. Agli anni universitari risalgono i primi interessi per le lettere e gli esordi poetici.Nel 1556 pubblicò una storia di Ferrara e degli Este (De Ferrara et Atestinis principibus commentariolum ex Lilii Gregorii Giraldi epitome deductum, Ferrara, per Franciscum Rubeum, 1556), ricavata da appunti di Lilio Gregorio Giraldi. A Ferrara il G. morì nel dicembre 1573 e fu sepolto all'interno della sua casa.Giòvio, Paolo. - Storico (Como 1483 - Firenze 1552). Dopo gli studî a Pavia e a Padova, iniziò la lunga serie dei suoi viaggi attraverso l'Italia e l'Europa, al seguito di personaggi illustri. Ebbe contatti e amicizia con principi, capitani, sovrani, pontefici (soprattutto con Clemente VII che lo creò nel 1528 vescovo di Nocera dei Pagani). GIRALDI, Giovan Battista (Cinzio Giovan Battista). - Nacque a Ferrara nel novembre del 1504 da Cristoforo, proveniente da una famiglia ferrarese che vantava remote origini fiorentine; la madre apparteneva alla famiglia dei Mombelli, n … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2016-11-28 16:36:40
PECKHAM, John
Numerous geometrical woodcuts in the outer margins of the text & woodcut printer's device on recto of final leaf. 38 unnumbered leaves. Small folio, modern pigskin over boards (a few minor stains). [Leipzig: Martin Herbipolensis, 1504]. A rare and handsome early edition of this classic work on optics; it was the most influential text on the subject for three hundred years. This is the first edition to be edited by Andreas Alexander (ca. 1475-ca. 1504), who prepared this edition to instruct students at the University of Leipzig where he had recently been appointed to the faculty of arts (see Lindberg, Theories of Vision from al-Kindi to Kepler, p. 121). Leipzig had, in the 15th and early 16th century, a vigorous tradition of presenting regular lectures on the Perspective communis. "The work on which Pecham's fame has chiefly rested is the Perspectiva communis, probably written between 1277 and 1279 during Pecham's professorship at the papal curia. In the first book Pecham discussed the propagation of light and color, the anatomy and physiology of the eye, the act of visual perception, physical requirements for vision, the psychology of vision, and the errors of direct vision. In book II he discussed vision by reflected rays and presented a careful and sophisticated analysis of image formation by reflection. Book III was devoted to the phenomena of refraction, the rainbow, and the Milky Way... "The central feature of Pecham's optical system and the dominant theme of book I of the Perspectiva communis is the theory of direct vision. Here, as elsewhere, Pecham endeavored to rec … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-11-15 06:52:05
John Athon [Ayton, Acton, Aton]
Paris: Wulfgangi Hopilii [etc.], 1504. Modern calf, gilt lettered, the margins of the last leaf repaired, else well-preserved, with the title printed in red and black; the Taussig copy First edition of the first major treatise on Anglican canon law, written in the early fourteenth century, a work which, in John Baker's words, "might well claim to be one of the most visually attractive law books ever published . . . in England
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2016-11-09 21:47:44
DÜRER, ALBRECHT.
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat Aps [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2016-10-27 11:42:26
NORRIS, Robert.
Cf. Compact DNB I, p. 1504; Gay 2881; Maggs, Bibliotheca Asiatica et Africana 841. A very rare translation into Swedish of Norris' travels in the West Guinean country Dahomey. Robert Norris (d. 1791) was a slave trader. In February 1772, he visited the court in Dahomey, and provides his readers with curious and horrifying details of a mass execution taking place as part of various "customs" or royal ceremonies. "In 1788, when, owing to the vigorous action of the advocates of abolition, a committee of the privy council was appointed to inquire into the slave question, Norris was delegated to lay before it the views of the Liverpool trade, a circumstance which probably led to the publication of his ... His account of the slave trade is a defence of slavery" (DNB). Additionally, the Swedish translation contains many interesting notes by Samuel
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2016-10-24 07:59:51
A VERY FINE AND EXTREMELY RARE VELLUM ILLUMINATED LITURGICAL MANUSCRIPT, WITH MUCH MUSICAL NOTATION, IN LATIN
Paris, second half of the 15th century. 320 x 205 mm. (12 1/2 x 8 1/4"). [73] leaves (complete). Single column, 21 lines and/or as many as seven four-line staves of music per page, in a pleasing gothic book hand. CONTENTS: Vespers of the Invention of Saint Sebastian (f. 1-7); Mass of the Invention of Saint Sebastian [celebrated 13 October] (f. 8-18); Mass for the Dead (f. 18-26); Office of the Dead, Use of Paris (f. 26-53); Prayers for the Commendation of the Dead (f. 53-67); Gloria and Creed (f. 67-70); Dies Irae (f. 71-73); Gospel of Matthew 24:42-47 (f. 73 v., in a bâtarde hand). Excellent contemporary blind-stamped calf over wooden boards, covers with frames of plain rules and floral lozenge rolls enclosing a central panel with five floral vine rolls, brass corner guards, five brass bosses on upper cover and five (of seven) on lower cover, raised bands, vellum endleaves, skillful contemporaneous patch to leather on front cover. Rubrics in red, numerous one-line initials in brushed gold on a red or blue ground, frequent two-line initials in red or blue on a ground of the contrasting color, with brushed gold and white tracery, first page WITH A HALF BORDER OF WHITE AND BRUSHED GOLD COMPARTMENTS filled with blue and gold acanthus leaves and with floral sprays of red, blue, and green, and 52 INITIALS ADORNED WITH DELICATELY DRAWN AND COLORED HUMAN OR GROTESQUE HEADS OF GREAT CHARM. Folio 9 recto with early 16th century marginal notation: "Evangelium sancti Rochi invenies in fine libri"; final page at bottom: "1504 octobris 21, a magistro Adriano Martino, tum temporis diaco … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2016-10-24 07:59:51
A VERY FINE AND EXTREMELY RARE VELLUM ILLUMINATED LITURGICAL MANUSCRIPT, WITH MUCH MUSICAL NOTATION, IN LATIN
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2016-10-24 07:59:51
A VERY FINE AND EXTREMELY RARE VELLUM ILLUMINATED LITURGICAL MANUSCRIPT, WITH MUCH MUSICAL NOTATION, IN LATIN
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2016-10-22 23:54:45
A VERY FINE AND EXTREMELY RARE VELLUM ILLUMINATED LITURGICAL MANUSCRIPT, WITH MUCH MUSICAL NOTATION, IN LATIN
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2016-08-22 03:47:28
Albrecht DURER (Norimberga 1471 - 1528)
1504. Xilografia, 1504 circa, monogrammata in lastra in basso a sinistra. Esemplare della serie La vita della Vergine, dalla contemporanea edizione con testo latino al verso del 1511. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, completa della linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Fino al 1510 questa incisione chiudeva la serie della Vita della Vergine. Dürer aggiunse poi altre scene: Morte, Assunzione e Incoronazione. Per quanto concerne la datazione, il foglio è solitamente datato al 1504, in prossimità del secondo viaggio in Italia. L'episodio rappresentato non è riportato nei Vangeli, bensì nel capitolo 61 della Vita Christi di San Bonaventura e in meditazioni di mistici medievali. Lo stesso soggetto, con le debite differenze, si trova anche nel ciclo della Piccola Passione. Woodcut, 1504 circa, signed at lower left. From the Life of the Virgin. Example of the contemporary latin edition of 1511, with text on the back. A fine impression, rich in tone, printed on laid paper, trimmed to the borderline, in very good conditions. Until 1510 this work closed the series on the Life of the Virgin. Dürer then added other scenes: Death, Assumption and Coronation. Regarding the dating, the sheet is usually dated to 1504, in the vicinity of the second trip in Italy. The episode depicted is not mentioned in the Gospels, but in chapter 61 of the Vita Christi of St. Bonaventure, and the meditations of medieval mystics. The same subject, with the due differences, is also located in the loop of the Small Passion. Meder 204; TIB 10.01.292; Bartsch, VII n. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-06-25 03:00:40
Athon [Ayton, Acton, Aton], John
First edition of the first major treatise on Anglican canon law, written in the early fourteenth century, a work which, in John Baker's words, "might well claim to be one of the most visually attractive law books ever published . . . in England". Modern calf, gilt lettered, the margins of the last leaf repaired, else well-preserved, with the title printed in red and black; the Taussig copy. Wulfgangi Hopilii [etc.], Paris, 1504.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
2016-04-09 16:43:08
(Henry VII)
1504. Document on vellum, comprising two sheets (each approximately 520 mm x 850 mm), 99 lines in a fine secretary hand, with large flourished initial at beginning with three grotesque heads or profiles, five further flourished initials in first line, with Great Seal of Henry VII in green wax (diameter 115 mm) attached to the document with plaited cords. With a sixteenth-century paper scroll bearing a partial translation of the document into English. Housed in original hinged document case of incised and molded leather over wood, decorated in blind with floral sprays and cross-hatching, later velvet lining. Document lightly creased and soiled, edges of seal chipped with loss of part of legend, some wear and splitting to leather on box. Document on vellum, comprising two sheets (each approximately 520 mm x 850 mm), 99 lines in a fine secretary hand, with large flourished initial at beginning with three grotesque heads or profiles, five further flourished initials in first line, with Great Seal of Henry VII in green wax (diameter 115 mm) attached to the document with plaited cords. With a sixteenth-century paper scroll bearing a partial translation of the document into English. Letters patent from King Henry VII restoring lands to Sir Thomas Tyrell. An impressive example on two large vellum membranes, with the wax seal of Henry VII, and housed in the original leather document case. Sir Thomas was the son of Sir James Tyrell (d. 1502), a supporter of Richard III and, at the King's command, the alleged murderer of "the Princes in the Tower" - Edward V and his brother Richar … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-06-22 16:36:13
NEPOS Cornelius
8vo (150 x 90mm.) ff. [68], 30 lines to a full page, 3-line initial spaces (most with guide letters), modern calf
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2015-05-16 18:18:40
PECKHAM [or Pecham], John, Archbishop of Canterbury / GAURICO, Luca, ed
Venice: for Giovanni Battista Sessa, 1504. Hardcover. Near Fine. Small folio [30.5 x 21 cm]. (20) ff., including full-page Magister woodcut on title in a criblé border, Sessa's device below, 77 woodcut diagrams, mostly in margin, and numerous figurative woodcut initials. Bound in old flexible vellum, ties partially present. Later endpapers. Excellent. Early (3rd) edition of "the most widely used of all optical texts from the early fourteenth until the close of the sixteenth century . . . it remains today the best index of what was known to the scientific community in general on the subject" (Lindberg, DSB). John Peckham's (c. 1230-1292) text was crucial in introducing Arab theories of vision to Western scientists: "Pecham relied on a wide variety of sources for his ideas on optics, [but] of these, Alhazen is by far the most significant, and Pecham could speak of his intention to 'follow in the footsteps' of the auctor. Indeed, [.] it is appropriate to conceive of Pecham's Perspectiva communis as a compendium of Alhazen's optics, designed to communicate Alhazen's essential achievement to an audience that required an introductory account" (Lindberg, Theories of Vision, 116). Having studied the works of Alhazen, al-Kindi and Avicenna, Peckham made his most original contribution with his description of concave refracting surfaces, the first description of such glasses in a printed work. The work's greater importance lies in its planting the seed for later attempts to make the study of perspective more mathematically rigorous: Peckam's Perspectiva communis, Witelo's Perspectiva, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc.
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2015-04-18 16:09:04
MANUSCRIPT HYMN BOOK
The 4th manuscript volume of a set of Benedictine hymn books relative to saints primarily in the Western European church, with emphasis on Germany and Britain. The text incorporates hymns for every portion of a saint's day and mainly in rhymw with short, occasional passages of prose. The rhymes are mediaeval or Renaissance, and perhaps by the actual person whose name is given on the spine. The scribe (whether or not the author) writes in a small and beautiful hand, perhaps of the 17th century. The author is aware of the famous papal prophecies of Malachi, bishop of Armagh in Eire, first published in the 1590s and perhaps written about that time, so the text is probably datable to no earlier than the 17th century - though Malachi's prophecies may have been current in Ms before that. There is no inclusion of Saint Pius V (1504-1572), a powerful figure and great friend to the Catholics of Sapin and Holland amongst others. No musical scores are present. One would naturally think the volumes were originally for use in a Benedictine abbey or monastery. Black morocco over wooden boards, with the remains of clasps, Ms label on the spine, marbled endpapers, all edges in gilt. 8vo.
Bookseller: Roger Collicott Books
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2014-06-21 08:56:15
LUCANUS.
Dibdin, Greek & Latin Classics II, p. 185 (erroneously dated Antwerp, 1504); Simoni L-218; Ter Meulen-Diermanse 423. First edition of Lucan's Pharsalia to be edited by Hugo Grotius, who later wrote to Heinsius that he never intended it to be "his" edition, but merely corrected some errors by Bersman, but Raphelengius published it as Grotius's, only mentioning Bersman (and Pulman, who compiled the index) in the list of variant readings. The main text is finely printed in italic type. This edition became the standard followed in the Netherlands, Italy, France, Germany and Great-Britain.Good copy of the first Grotius edition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2014-02-10 18:42:32
Patrimonio, Brügge, 1. Hälfte des 16. Jh. (Faksimile-Nachdruck jüngeren Datums).. Limitierte Auflage von 999 Exemplaren.Boston Public Library, Ms. Med. 35 & Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge Ms. 257 a,b. Deutscher Kommentarband von Ulrike Bauer-Eberhardt, Christopher de Hamel. 32 Seiten im Format 11 x 9 cm. 16 Ganzseitige Miniaturen und 14 Initialien (Gold / Silber) sehr gut erhaltene 2. Hand-Edition. Johanna I. die Wahnsinnige', 1504-55 Königin von Kastilien und Aragon, Tochter Ferdinands II. und Isabellas der Katholischen, geistig verwirrt, doch als Erbin der Kronen anerkannt, vom eigenen Vater für regierungsunfähig erklärt und 1509 von Staatsaufgaben entbunden, gab das Werk zu Beginn des 16. Jahrhunderts bei Simon Bening in Auftrag. Der Flame Bening (um 1483-1561) war der herausragendste Miniaturist seiner Zeit. Der portugiesische Diplomat und Humanist Damiao de Goes bezeichnete ihn um 1530 als den besten Künstler der Buchmalerei. Zu Benings berühmtesten Kunden zählten Kaiser Karl V. und Ferdinand, Infant von Portugal. In Benings Werkstatt in Brügge entstand die gewünschte Handschrift, ein Rosenkranz, dessen 16 farbenprächtige Miniaturen die zugehörigen, in altspanischer Sprache verfassten Gebete illustrieren. Die einprägsamen, durch 14 mit Gold und Silber illuminierte Initialen verzierten Texte entsprechen den freudenreichen, schmerzvollen und glorreichen Geheimnissen aus dem Leiden Christi und dem Leben der Jungfrau Maria. Der Gebrauch des Rosenkranzes, einer am Vorbild der 150 biblischen Psalmen orientierten marianischen Gebetsform, war nach dessen Vereinfachung, d.h. eine … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Karl Heinz Schmitz
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2014-02-10 18:40:04
Scriptores rei rusticae. -
Bologna, Benedicutus Hectoris, 1504.. Folio. 301 (recte 302) Bl. (es fehlt das letzte weisse Blatt). Lederband des späten 17. Jahrhunderts mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und reicher Rückenvergoldung.. Adams C, 2407. - 2. Ausgabe bei Hector nach 1494, mit dem Kommentar von Philipp Beroaldus (1453-1505). Die klassische Sammlung von römischen Texten zur Landwirtschaft beschreibt die Organisation und die Einrichtung des Gutsbetriebes, die Arbeiten auf dem Feld, aber auch Rezepte und konkrete Anleitungen zum Weinbau u.a. - Sehr schönes breitrandiges Exemplar mit durchgehenden, zeitgenössischen, handschriftlichen Annotationen. Blatt 7 mit einer farbig aquarellierten, heraldischen Darstellung des 16. Jahrhunderts. Blatt 246 verso mit einem längeren (14 Zeilen) handschriftlichen, lateinischen Text. Titel mit alt angesetzter Papierrestauration am Rand. Einband etwas beschabt. 2 kleine Löchlein im Einbandrücken.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Thierstein
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2014-02-08 22:41:22
[Reisch, Gregor].
(Straßburg, Johann [Reinhard, gen.] Grüninger, 23. Februar 1504).. [287] Bll. (B-C6, D-E8, F28 [!], G8, H6, J8, K4, L-N8, O6, P-Q8, R6, S-V8, X6, Y-Z8, a8, b4, c7 [6+1: incl. "c medium" zw. c2 und c3], d-e8, f6, g-h8, i4, k-l8, m6, n-p8; so ohne Lage A erschienen: so auch das Exemplar der ÖNB). Mit Titelholzschnitt, ca. 8 SS. Noten und zahlreichen (32 größeren, 12 nahezu ganzseitigen und unzähligen kleineren, teils schematischen) Textholzschnitten (ohne die Holzschnittkarte und Falttafel zur Musiktheorie). Holzdeckelband der Zeit auf 3 Doppelbünden mit blindgepr. Schweinslederrücken und einer mittig angebrachten Messingschließe. Rücken alt gekalkt. 4to.. Das erste enzyklopädische Werk der neueren europäischen Geistesgeschichte. Erste Straßburger Ausgabe; veränderter Nachdruck der im Vorjahr erschienenen Freiburger Erstausgabe. Behandelt in Dialogform zwischen Lehrer und Schüler in 12 Büchern die freien Künste und die Naturwissenschaften, darunter Musik (mit Gesangsnoten), Medizin, Geometrie, Vermessung etc. Gegenüber dem Erstdruck von 1503 modifizierte Grüninger einige Holzschnitte und fügte neue hinzu; darüber hinaus wurde dem Werk die kleine hebräische Grammatik von Conrad Pellicanus einverleibt: das erste in Straßburg gedruckte Werk mit hebräischer Typographie (vgl. Schmidt). Es existiert auch eine Variante mit hebräisch, lateinisch und griechisch gedrucktem Bibelvers unter dem Titelholzschnitt (VD 16, ZV 25532). - Weltkarte auf Bl. c7r; viele reizvolle Miniaturholzschnitte in den Rändern. Gelegentlich Initialen (F11r) und Holzschnitte (z. B. F18v, c2v [Salamander] und c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2013-08-21 16:43:44
[REISCH Gregor]
Freiburg: Johan Schott. [Apriles Anno Gratie], 1504. Second edition. Titlepage with small repair from back and skillful infill in ink from front, n3 with skillful marginal repair, occasional light browning, a very nice copy. Quarto.
Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books
2013-06-11 08:28:15
Albrecht DURER (Norimberga 1471 - 1528)
Xilografia, 1504 circa, monogrammata in tavola in basso al centro. Esemplare nella terza variante di otto descritta dal Meder, databile alla metà del XVI secolo. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, completa della linea marginale, piccoli restauri perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. L?incontro tra Maria e la cugina Elisabetta avviene in una zona montuosa; il paesaggio montano sullo sfondo, realizzato con tratto morbido e rarefatto, alleggerisce l?intera struttura compositiva. L?opera appartiene alla serie della Vita della Vergine, che rappresenta il terzo grande libro illustrato da Durer in ordine cronologico. Costituita da venti xilografie è realizzata tra il 1502 ed il 1511.Bibliografia: Meder 196, c/g; Bartsch 84; Strauss 91. Dimensioni 205x298.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-04-20 10:36:01
Scriptores rei rusticae
Folio. 301 (recte 302) Bl. (es fehlt das letzte weisse Blatt). Lederband des späten 17. Jahrhunderts mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und reicher Rückenvergoldung. Adams C, 2407. - 2. Ausgabe bei Hector nach 1494, mit dem Kommentar von Philipp Beroaldus (1453-1505). Die klassische Sammlung von römischen Texten zur Landwirtschaft beschreibt die Organisation und die Einrichtung des Gutsbetriebes, die Arbeiten auf dem Feld, aber auch Rezepte und konkrete Anleitungen zum Weinbau u.a. - Sehr schönes breitrandiges Exemplar mit durchgehenden, zeitgenössischen, handschriftlichen Annotationen. Blatt 7 mit einer farbig aquarellierten, heraldischen Darstellung des 16. Jahrhunderts. Blatt 246 verso mit einem längeren (14 Zeilen) handschriftlichen, lateinischen Text. Titel mit alt angesetzter Papierrestauration am Rand. Einband etwas beschabt. 2 kleine Löchlein im Einbandrücken.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat
2012-06-28 21:46:09
Vergil [Virgil]; [Calpurnius; Nemesianus; Petrarca; Boccaccio; Gaurico; Baptista]. Riccardini, Benedetto [compiler]
Florentiae: Philippi de Giunta, 1504. 16 cm x 10 cm, [317] pages. Vellum over boards; text block sewn on four cords; sprinkled [marbled] paper endsheets; sprinkled edges, endbands. Small 1.5 cm circular stain on approx. five leaves, and one marginal 'pointing finger', else text clean and tight. Covers lightly soiled with tanning to the spine and margins, otherwise very good. Pastoral poetry in Latin from Virgil; Calpurnius Siculus, Titus; Nemesianus, Marcus Aurelius Olympius; Petrarca, Francesco (1304-1374); Boccaccio, Giovanni (1313-1375); Gaurico, Pomponio (1481 or 82-1528); Baptista, Mantuanus (1448-1516). . Full Vellum. Very Good. 16 mo.. Incunable.
Bookseller: Hugh Anson-Cartwright Fine Books, ABAC/I
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2012-06-26 08:38:18
Firmado en Valladolid a 19 de julio de 1504. Folio. 122 folios (fol. variado) sin desbarbar. Encuadernación en pergamino. Estuche en tela. Letra humanística cortesana, sello de placa, firmas. Magnífico estado de conservación. - Pruebas presentadas por don Pedro Manrique, duque de Nájera, en el pleito que sigue en la Chancillería de Valladolid contra María de Luna y sus herederos, por la posesión de la villa y fortaleza de Jubera (Logroño). Incluye copia de los privilegios de los Reyes Enrique II y Juan I concediendo a sus antecesores la posesión de la villa (1367), para fundar un mayorazgo. También, información de testigos. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Berrocal Libros Antiguos [Madrid, Spain]
2012-06-22 14:29:55
1 parchemin 1 35 x 46 cm 10/12/1504 salissures, déchirure avec manque touchant 2 lignes Cette ordonnance modifie celle de Louis XI, du 20 avril 1479. Chaque «mesuager et chef d'ostel» des villes de frontière sera tenu de faire le guet une fois au plus par mois, à peine du paiement de cinq deniers tournois. Les villes qui donnaient auparavant une amende plus forte, devront la ramener à cette somme, tandis que celles qui donnaient une amende moins forte pourront conserver la somme antérieurement due. Ce document est la copie réalisée en 1546 par Pichon, collationnée à l'original de l'ordonnance donnée à «Paris le dernier jour de decembre l'an de grace mil cinq cens et quatre».
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [Paris, France]
2012-06-14 15:29:03
[REISCH Gregor]
Freiburg: Johan Schott. [Apriles Anno Gratie], 1504. Second edition. rebound in full dark brown morocco, blindtooled to period, gilt lettered morocco spine label, spine with raised bands and blind tooled decorations, new endpapers. Titlepage with small repair from back and skillful infill in ink from front, n3 with skillful marginal repair, occasional light browning, a very nice copy. Quarto. 307 ff [of 330, lacking 23 leaves: rr-tt]. Signatures a-c in sixes (preceded by six preliminary leaves), d-pp in eights, qq in six Illustrated with woodcuts, many full page as well as numerous ones in text, 2 folding plates. Map of the world and colophon in facsimile. Some of the woodcuts are by Jost Amman (1539-1591) Leaf nn3 with lengthy notation in old brown ink This is the second edition, revised and enlarged by the author. The colophon (here present in facsimile) cautions the reader about an evidently unauthorized edition printed in the same year by Grüninger. On the verso of the woodcut title are twenty-two lines of a verse headed ?Suo Gregoriso Reisch gnerois Comitis de / Zolrn alumno: Adam Vuerherus Tema / rensis. Salutem. P. D.? and below ?Ex Heydelberga, iij. Klanu /arias. m. cccc. lxxxvi?. This verse have led some bibliographers to the erroneous conclusion that the work was printed in Heidelberg in 1496. The volume was very widely read since its first publication in 1503 and is the first encyclopedia of liberal arts and science. It is divided into twelve books, edited by Gregor Reisch, a Carthusian monk and confessor of Emperor Maximilian I. The twelve books, or parts, deal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books
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2010-10-15 07:13:07
(Chinoiserie).
Leiden: P.J. Trap (pr. by H.R. De Breuk), [ca. 1825–45]. 12mo (18.8 cm, 7.4"). vii, [1], 135 (lacking pp. 33/34 & 39/40), [1 (blank)] pp.; 5 col. plts. Extremely scarce Dutch Orientalia. These short stories set in China are illustrated with five lovely, elaborately hand-colored lithographed plates including two scenes of children—one in which they are blowing bubbles and one in which they are fishing out of a boat with a carved dragon prow. The first plate is very faintly marked "H.J. Backer," but the illustrations are otherwise unattributed.    Searches of WorldCat and NUC Pre-1956; locate only three U.S. libraries (Morgan, Princeton, Essex Institute) reporting ownership.         Not in Brinkman. Contemporary cartonné binding covered in decorative printed paper, shown above right; spine showing a small undarkened area where label is now lacking. Front joint tender. Lacking pp. 33/34 and 39/40; some signatures loosening. Pages with a very few small spots, otherwise clean and pleasing.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
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2010-03-09 14:52:18
Ruscelli, Girolamo
In 4, [mm. 202 x 146], pp. (16) – 574 – (2). In pergamena coeva con traccia delle bindelle; titolo al dorso. Frontespizio con grande marca tipografica che raffigura una salamandra coronata avvolta dalle fiamme entro una ricca cornice sostenuta da arpie e sormontata agli archivolti da due donne e con libri in mano. Attorno il motto Virtutis sic cedit invidia. Grandi capilettera figurati all’inizio di ogni libro, altri di dimensioni più piccoli con ornati vegetli all’inizio di ogni capitolo. Errori di numerazione alle p. 34, 226, 504-505, 524Buon esemplare su carta forte, con un leggero alone alla parte alta. Asportazione al margine bianco delle pp. 411, e 419 dove è stata restaurata in antico), 525, senza interessamento del testo. Al frontespizio nota di possesso: Cav. Carlo Alfi. Piccolissimi forellini e sottilissimo lavoro di tarlo alle pp. 395-472 che interessa solo marginalmente singole lettere in alcune pagine ed il registro in altre. Girolamo Ruscelli nacque a Viterbo attorno al 1504 da una famiglia di umili origini, da Viterbo viaggiò al nord, Padova ed Aquileia, tornato a Roma vi fondò l’Accademia dello Sdegno, passò poi a Napoli ed infine nel 1548 a Venezia dove morì. Tra le sue opere questa fu probabilmente quella cui l’autore teneva di più, ma vanno ricordati anche i commenti a Boccaccio, all’Ariosto ed il Rimario. I Commentarii, rimasti inediti per la morte dell’autore, vennero fatti stampare da Vincenzo Ruscelli, suo nipote, nel 1581 e dedicati a Giacomo Boncompagni Duca di Sora e Governatore generale della Chiesa. Nella lettera di dedica, riprodotta in questa e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: EDITORIALE UMBRA SAS [Foligno, PG, Italy]
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