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2020-05-23 12:43:16
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius [St Augustine of Hippo]
Basel: Johann Amerbach, 1505. Good condition. [AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (St. Augustine of Hippo, 354-430)]. Divi Augustini librorum pars septima. Libri De civitate Dei xxii. In eosdem commentaria Thome Valois et Nicolai Triveth : cum addtionibus Jacobi Passavantii et theologice veritates Francisci maronis. Basilae [Basel] : ex ædibus impressorijs Johann Amerbach, J. Petri & J. Froben, M.D.V. [15 January 1505]. Hardcover. Two parts in one volume. Leather-bound. Folio (2°) (310 x 230 mm), ff. 300, (55) [Unnumbered leaves]. Collation: a-k⁸/⁶ l⁶ m⁸ n-z⁶ A-K⁶/⁸ L-M⁶ N-O⁸ P-S⁶/⁸ T-Y⁶, a⁸ b-h⁶ i5. Part II with error in collation. Imprint from colophon (y5v): XV die me[n]sis ianuarij. Latin text in Gothic Rotunda script, occasional words or paragraphs in Greek. Double column and surrounding commentary in lines of 54-64, with headline. Bound in 18th century full calf with four spine bands, the compartments gilt ruled and tooled, page edges speckled. Verso a¹ with large woodcut and verse, a² recto with Introduction by Conradus Leontarius, a² verso Argument, verso a² - recto a3 table for Book I, a3 commentators' preface, recto a⁴ onwards with 22 chapters of text and commentary, verso Y5 colophon, recto Y⁶ index with verso blank. Part II with a separate title-page and register: Principaliu[m] materiaru[m] librorum sancti Augustini de ciuitate dei summaria annotation. Shoulder notes. Contemporary colouring: consistently rubricated with large and small initials and paragraph marks alternating in red or blue, beautiful 7-line illuminated initial opening part I. Tsarist era library stamp on ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-05-18 18:38:08
Gritsch, (Conrad; falsch:) Johannes
(Straßburg, Georg Husner), 28. September, 1505. Artikeldetails Quadragesimale ... materie vbertate ad sermo(n)es de te(m)pore & sanctis cum thematibus & introductio(n)ibus accomodatissiome p(er) registru(m) in libri calce seriatim ordinatu(m). Gritsch, (Conrad; falsch:) Johannes: (Straßburg, Georg Husner), 28. September 1505. 239 Bll. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit spät. rotem Schafsleder-Rücken, goldgepr. Rückentitel u. 2 Schließen (Schließbänder fehlen). Folio. 28 x 21 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 25358 Bemerkungen: VD 16, G 3375; Adams G 1275; nicht bei Benzing, Proctor/Isaac u. Ritter (Cat. u. Rép.), nicht im STC (+ Suppl.). – Seltene (vorletzte?) Ausgabe der beliebten, erstmals um 1474 erschienen Predigten. Der Minorit Conradus Gritsch oder Grütsch (um 1409-1475, Teilnehmer des Basler Konzils), war wahrscheinlich Bruder des in den gedruckten Ausgaben irrtümlich als Verfasser genannten Johannes Gritsch. – Ohne das w. Schlussblatt, sonst komplett. Leicht gebräunt, etwas stock u. (besonders anfangs u. am Schluss) wasserfleckig Titel mit Besitzvermerk des Münchener Historikers und Bibliothekars Andreas Felix v. Oefele (1706-1780) sowie ein wesentlich früherer Vermerk, im Text einige alte Marginalien.EUR 2.000,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2020-05-07).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, Germany]
2020-05-16 03:05:31
AUGURELLUS, Jo. Aurelius.
Venice, in aedibus Aldi April 1505. Octavo (161 x 97 mm.), 128 unnumbered leaves with two blanks at the beginning and at the end, Aldus's device on the last leaf. Contemporary limp vellum, gauffred gilt edges.A very fine compy with contemporary manuscript note on the first blank leaf.First Aldine edition of Augurellus' Latin poems, "beautiful and rare" (Renouard). It is the only edition of Neo-Latin lyric poems figuring within the famous Aldine Classics series in octavo format, which proves the good reputation enjoyed by the author and specially by his Latin production among the contemporaries.Giovanni Aurelio Augurelli, also called Augurello (1456-1524), was an Italian humanist and a poet, who devoted his life to Classical studies, teaching and literature. Recognized during his lifetime as one of the most learned humanists of his generation, he was an intimate friend of Bernardo and Pietro Bembo, knew Marsilio Ficino and Politian and frequented the main humanistic circles in Florence, Padua, and Venice. While in Padua, he studied Petrarch under Gian Giorgio Trissino; on that occasion, he developed an original Petrarchism, which later found expression in his vernacular poems. Persuaded of the need to strengthen the studies on literary vernacular language, he was among those who supported and encouraged Pietro Bembo to write a pivotal work of Renaissance literature such as the Prose della volgar lingua.Articulating his collection of Latin poems in metrical genres, Augurellus intended it as an homage to Horace, the leading lyric poet of Roman Classical literature and the undi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MEDA RIQUIER RARE BOOKS LTD [london, United Kingdom]
2020-05-15 20:17:04
PAVIA STATUTI
Pavia, J. De Burgofranco, 1505. Folio (318 x 226 mm.), 102 unnumbered leaves, istoriated initials, woodcut printer's device and city of Pavia arms in a wreath at the end of the first part and on last leaf. Title set in the lower part of a full-page woodcut representing a triumphal arch with the standing figures of S. Siro and S. Augustine and, in the middle, the equestrian statue of the Regisole, a classical which came to be pictured on the city seal. Title flanked by two shields with the Visconti family and the city of Pavia arms. Vellum modern binding reusing old materials. A very good copy with extensive contemporary annotations.Scarce second edition of the ?Statuta Papiae'?the legislative corpus of the city of Pavia. First published in print in very few copies by Antonio Carasco ca.1480, it reproduces medieval civic laws following the structure of their first coherent collection commissioned (with revisions) by Gian Galeazzo Visconti in 1393, when Pavia was part of the Duchy of Milan. This second edition, corrected by Lorenzo Roverini, also includes ducal decrees and rubrics at the end. It bears a famous woodcut titlepage portraying, within a decorated arch, the patron saints of Pavia?Siro and Agostino?accompanied by the arms of the city and the Duke of Milan, and the Regisole on a column (Kristeller, ?Die Lombardische Grafik', 276). This was a classical bronze equestrian statue originally exhibited in Ravenna, later moved to Pavia and eventually destroyed in 1796; it probably represented Theodoric, King of the Ostrogoths, or the Roman Emperor Septimius Severus. The tit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MEDA RIQUIER RARE BOOKS LTD [london, United Kingdom]
2020-05-15 19:37:05
BEMBO, Pietro
Venice, in aedibus Aldi March 1505. Quarto (196 x 118 mm.), 96 unnumbered leaves, 1 leaf with the errata, lacking the last blank leaf; Aldus device on leaf m8 verso. Our copy has the dedication to Lucrezia Borgia dated 1st August 1504 and the errata leaf at the end missing in most of the copies. XIX century red morocco, spine in compartments richly gilt with black morocco lettering piece, gilt edges. One restored tear in the lower white margin of title, overall a very fine copy.First edition of the first vernacular work by Pietro Bembo, introduced by a dedication letter to the famous Lucrezia Borgia, daughter of Pope Alexander VI and Duchess of Ferrara, which for unknown reasons turns out to have been suppressed in many copies of this edition.Pietro Bembo (1470-1547), one of the major Italian Renaissance humanists and the main theorist of the usage of vernacular in Italian literature (the so called ?vernacular classicism'), belonged to a most prominent Venetian aristocratic family. After receiving a classical education, he soon turned his attention to scholarly pursuits and, starting from the late 15th century, was closely involved with the Aldine Press, for whom he realized in 1501-1502 two fundamental editions of Petrarch's Canzoniere and Dante's Commedia. Meanwhile, Bembo pursued a career in public life as he continued to venture his own literary productions, such as this book.The Gli Asolani is to be considered the major literary expression of this first phase of Bembo's production. The work consists of a dialogue in three books, interspersed with poems, which takes pla … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MEDA RIQUIER RARE BOOKS LTD [london, United Kingdom]
2020-05-14 06:49:58
BEMBO, PIETRO
Firenze [Florence]: Filippo Giunta, 1505. 152 x 96 mm. (6 x 3 3/4"). [114] leaves. Early 20th century stiff vellum, yapp edges, smooth spine divided into panels by gilt rules, red morocco label. Front pastedown with engraved bookplate of Major Bryan Palmes; title page with a stamp of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina ("Bibliot. Bossianae Alexandrinae"). Lowry, "World of Aldus Manutius," pp. 155-58; Edit16; CNCE 4985; USTC 813362; Brunet I, 776. First leaf with two neat repairs to wormholes (one affecting a couple of letters), a third of the leaves with faint dampstain to half the page, occasional minor marginal smudges or faint foxing, but still an excellent copy, generally clean and fresh, in a nearly unworn binding. Containing an important Renaissance text by a major figure in Italian literature, this book is also an accomplished piece of piracy, reproducing both the content and the appearance of the first edition printed by Aldus Manutius. Pietro Bembo (1470-1547) was a cardinal, poet, and scholar whose greatest influence was on the development and standardization of the Italian language. Convinced that the vernacular was the equal of Latin as a literary medium, he was able, through the example of his own writings, to rescue Italian from the disordered stylistic eclecticism of his day and to raise it again to the exalted levels of his models, Dante, Petrarch, and Boccaccio. The present text is one of his most famous works, a dialogue on Platonic love, reflecting the notions promulgated by humanist philosopher Marsilio Ficino. Lowry calls it a "fascinating glimpse of high … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
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2020-05-12 22:06:59
BEMBO, PIETRO
Filippo Giunta, Firenze [Florence], 1505. 152 x 96 mm. (6 x 3 3/4"). [114] leaves. Early 20th century stiff vellum, yapp edges, smooth spine divided into panels by gilt rules, red morocco label. Front pastedown with engraved bookplate of Major Bryan Palmes; title page with a stamp of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina ("Bibliot. Bossianae Alexandrinae"). Lowry, "World of Aldus Manutius," pp. 155-58; Edit16; CNCE 4985; USTC 813362; Brunet I, 776. First leaf with two neat repairs to wormholes (one affecting a couple of letters), a third of the leaves with faint dampstain to half the page, occasional minor marginal smudges or faint foxing, but still an excellent copy, generally clean and fresh, in a nearly unworn binding. Containing an important Renaissance text by a major figure in Italian literature, this book is also an accomplished piece of piracy, reproducing both the content and the appearance of the first edition printed by Aldus Manutius. Pietro Bembo (1470-1547) was a cardinal, poet, and scholar whose greatest influence was on the development and standardization of the Italian language. Convinced that the vernacular was the equal of Latin as a literary medium, he was able, through the example of his own writings, to rescue Italian from the disordered stylistic eclecticism of his day and to raise it again to the exalted levels of his models, Dante, Petrarch, and Boccaccio. The present text is one of his most famous works, a dialogue on Platonic love, reflecting the notions promulgated by humanist philosopher Marsilio Ficino. Lowry calls it a "fascinating glimpse of high socie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2020-05-08 21:05:48
Gritsch, (Conrad; falsch:) Johannes:
(Straßburg, Georg Husner), 28. September 1505. 239 Bll. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit spät. rotem Schafsleder-Rücken, goldgepr. Rückentitel u. 2 Schließen (Schließbänder fehlen). Folio. 28 x 21 cm. VD 16, G 3375; Adams G 1275; nicht bei Benzing, Proctor/Isaac u. Ritter (Cat. u. Rép.), nicht im STC (+ Suppl.). – Seltene (vorletzte?) Ausgabe der beliebten, erstmals um 1474 erschienen Predigten. Der Minorit Conradus Gritsch oder Grütsch (um 1409-1475, Teilnehmer des Basler Konzils), war wahrscheinlich Bruder des in den gedruckten Ausgaben irrtümlich als Verfasser genannten Johannes Gritsch. – Ohne das w. Schlussblatt, sonst komplett. Leicht gebräunt, etwas stock u. (besonders anfangs u. am Schluss) wasserfleckig Titel mit Besitzvermerk des Münchener Historikers und Bibliothekars Andreas Felix v. Oefele (1706-1780) sowie ein wesentlich früherer Vermerk, im Text einige alte Marginalien. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2020-05-05 11:41:58
Basel: 1505. sehr sammelwürdige weil saubere Postinkunabel! Erste Augustinus Gesamtausgabe - Opera. Undecima pars librorum, gedruckt bei Froben und Amerbach in Basel 1505 Hier Band 9 (Schlussband) der allererste in Basel erschienenen Gesamtausgabe des Augustinus. Folioformat von 32 x 21,5 cm. Blindgeprägter Schweinsledereinband mit fester Bindung, mit den beiden wohl ersten Messingschließen (intakt!) Innen gerade am Anfang etwas wurmstichig, sonst sehr helles und festes altes Hadernpapier. Referenz im VD16: VD 16, A 4147 KoKontaktieren Sie uns über unsere Fachseite bibeldrucke Austria und erhalten Sie genaue Informationen und Sonderkonditionen zu allen unseren Bibeln und Drucken! Das Buch ist frei von Rechten Dritter und in meinem Eigentum. Es wurde mit dem Lost Art Register abgeglichen! Dear customer! As I am collecting bibles for ages I am interested to give clear descriptions. If you need more photos or information on the bibles don't hesitate to ask. As a private seller I can't send an invoice beyond the eBay invoices. However, there is always the chance to give back the item within 14 days if you don't like your bible. International bidders welcome! Contact our website bibeldrucke Austria to get more information and special offers. Shipping to Austria or Germany is 7 EUR, for EU countries it is 18 Euros. Please ask me for other countries. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ike2012 [Ried im Innkreis, Austria]
2020-05-02 17:22:05
Mandeville, John
Venexia: Per Manfredo de Sustreno daca Bonis, 1505. Very Good. Tractato dele piu' maraviliose cose e piu' notabile che si trouino in le parte del mondo redutte e colte sotto brevita in lo presente compendio del strenuissimo caualiere Ioanne de Mandauilla anglico nato nela cipta de sancto Albano. Stampato in Venexia per Manfredo de Sustreno daca Bonis, MCCCCCV adi XXVI Zenaro. Recased in fine eighteenth-century vellum with gilt-lettered label to spine. 8vo: A-Z4-AA-EE4, ff. nn. 112. Title page with a fine xilographic frame with decorative motifs on four sides. A very rare edition of the 1480 travel book by Mandeville, a book famous for blending reality and the author's fantastical impressions of faraway lands, translated into Italian and published in Venice in 1505. Minor stains to title page, minimal restoration to the final two pages of the volume. Otherwise a very good copy, hinges sturdy, binding clean.
Bookseller: henrypordesbooksltd [London, United Kingdom]
2020-05-02 01:40:02
Albertus Magnus
(Paris), 1505. Kl.-8°. (44) Bl. (A8?E8, F4). Mit Holzschnittinitialen. Moderner Lederband. + Wichtig: Für unsere Kunden in der EU erfolgt der Versand alle 14 Tage verzollt ab Deutschland / Postbank-Konto in Deutschland vorhanden +, A|B Gedruckt bei Petr. Chamaillard für Stephanus Lupus (Impressum). Der Text mit Kommentar. ? Das Papier zum Teil unaufgeschnitten, durchgehend leicht gebräunt und wasserrandig. Das Titelblatt fleckig. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Switzerland]
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2020-04-25 17:14:35
REGIMEN SANITATIS
(Venezia, Bernardino Vitali, ca. 1505). In-4°; 82 cc. non numerate, grande legno al titolo. Legatura posteriore in tutta pergamena, titolo in oro su tassello dipinto al dorso, numerose annotazioni marginali manoscritte da mano umanistica contemporanea (in parte rifilate), che ha apposto anche la numerazione delle carte. Rarissima edizione del Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum. Comunemente conosciuta anche come Flos Medicinae Salerni, questa raccolta di nozioni di medicina, precetti igienici e dietetici e curiosità gastronomiche di derivazione popolare medioevale, fu redatta e commentata nel XIII secolo nell'ambito della scuola medica salernitana, dal medico e alchimista catalano Arnaldo da Villanova (1240-1312). Il testo conobbe una immensa fortuna e fu stampato in molte edizioni e versioni a partire dal 1474 e tradotto in diverse lingue. "Edition vénitienne extremement rare". (Oberlé). "Or, tant pour ne pas tomber malade que pour se guérir de toutes sortes de maux, il importe de connaitre les noms et les vertus de différents vins, quand et comment il faut les boire, et ce qu'il faut entendre par tempérance et ivresse, C'est pourquoi les aphorismes de l'Ecole de Salerne méritent une place importante dans cette Bibliographie de la soif humaine." (Simon). Questa stampa fu a lungo considerata un tardo incunabolo, ma ora è attribuita con più precisione al 1505. Esiste un'altra edizione senza data, sempre assegnata ai torchi veneziani di Vitali nello stesso anno, con leggere differenze nella composizione testuale e la vistosa mancanza del bel legno a mezza pagina che qui orna il ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [Italy]
2020-04-18 04:01:03
RICCIO (Michele).
96669 RICCIO (Michele). Oratio elegantissima ad Iulium Secundum Pontificem maximu 1505 RICCIO (Michele). Oratio elegantissima ad Iulium Secundum Pontificem maximum in obedientia pro Ludovico duodecimo Francorum Rege Christianissimo eidem prestita. Diligentius quidem et fidelius impressa cum illustratione eius: et accessione commendationum illustrissimorum virorum. Maximi Corvini Hierosolimitani equitis aurati. Et Pherni oratoris clarissimi ad Iacobum antiquarium virum celebratissimum. Cum eiusdem responsione quam festivissima. (Paris), (à la fin:) ex officina Ascensiana, 1505. in-4. 7ff. non chiffrés. (sans le feuillet blanc final). Cartonnage moderne à la Bradel. Première Edition Collective, en partie originale, de ce recueil de textes concernant l'ambassade envoyée par Louis XII à Rome auprès du Saint-Siège, en 1504.L'historien et jurisconsulte napolitain Michele Riccio (1445-1515) fut une figure intéressante de la politique française de cette époque. Surnommé "l'advocat de Naples", il fut l'un des quelques italiens rentrés au service du roi de France à la fin du 15e siècle et il joua "un rôle assez important dans l'histoire administrative et diplomatique du règne de Charles VIII et de Louis XII" (Pélissier). On lui doit plusieurs ouvrages d'histoire et de droit, dont certains sont restés inédits.Cet opuscule contient le discours (déjà publié séparément quelques mois plus tôt à Rome) que l'auteur prononça devant le Pape Jules II en tant qu'émissaire de Louis XII. Ce texte est suivi d'une correspondance échangée au sujet de ce discours entre l'historien italien Michele Fer … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
2020-04-16 15:11:02
PONTANUS, Joannes Jovianus (1426-1503)
Published by [Venetiis : Aldus Manutius, 1505] 1505. Octavo. Unpaginated. Collation: a-ff8 gg10, complete. Italic and some Roman type. Aldus' anchor and dolphin device to title and verso of final leaf. Very attractive full recent morocco, gilt, minor tracks to first two and final two leaves. Bookplate to paste-down, 'Ex-Libris D. Lanselle'. [Not in Adams; Ahmanson-Murphy 91: Renouard, Alde, 49:4; EDIT 16 CNCE]. Pontanus was an Italian humanist and poet. He was a leading light in the Accademia Pontaniana, which was named after him following the death of its founder the poet Antonio Beccadelli. Printed in 1505, this is the first collected edition of his poems, including the first printing of his 'Urania', ambitious didactic composition in hexameters, embodying the astronomical science of the age. Also printed for the first time here is his astronomical work, 'Meteorum'. A second volume appeared in 1518. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Celsus Books [London, United Kingdom]
2020-04-03 16:59:52
RICCIO (Michele).
(Paris), (à la fin:) ex officina Ascensiana, 1505. in-4. 7ff. non chiffrés. (sans le feuillet blanc final). Cartonnage moderne à la Bradel. Première Edition Collective, en partie originale, de ce recueil de textes concernant l'ambassade envoyée par Louis XII à Rome auprès du Saint-Siège, en 1504. L'historien et jurisconsulte napolitain Michele Riccio (1445-1515) fut une figure intéressante de la politique française de cette époque. Surnommé "l'advocat de Naples", il fut l'un des quelques italiens rentrés au service du roi de France à la fin du 15e siècle et il joua "un rôle assez important dans l'histoire administrative et diplomatique du règne de Charles VIII et de Louis XII" (Pélissier). On lui doit plusieurs ouvrages d'histoire et de droit, dont certains sont restés inédits. Cet opuscule contient le discours (déjà publié séparément quelques mois plus tôt à Rome) que l'auteur prononça devant le Pape Jules II en tant qu'émissaire de Louis XII. Ce texte est suivi d'une correspondance échangée au sujet de ce discours entre l'historien italien Michele Ferno (mort en 1513) et l'érudit de Perugia Jacobo Antiquario (mort en 1512). Cette correspondance est apparemment publiée ici pour la première fois. Le feuillet blanc final manque. Infime trace de mouillure claire. Bon exemplaire de cette rarissime impression parisienne de Josse Bade. Renouard, Bibliographie des impressions et des oeuvres de Josse Badius Ascensius, III, p. 210. Sur l'auteur cf. Pélissier, "Trois Lettres inédites de l'Avocat de Naples" in: Revue de la Renaissance, VII (1906), pp.1-9. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-03-23 05:14:03
Plutarch
Paris, 1505. Artikeldetails Praestantissima atque imprimis latialibus musis idonea Plutarchi Cheronei opuscula tria. Ex vers. Guillaume Budé. Plutarch: Paris, 1505. 1 w. Bl., 48 unnum. Bll. Prgt. aus altem Material, mit 4 Bindebändern. 20 x 14 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 23175 Bemerkungen: Graesse V, 362. - Enthalten sind: De fortuna romanorum I.I. De fortuna et virtute Alexandri I. + II. De tranquillitate et securitate Amini I.I. - Gebräunt und zum Teil stärker fleckig. Im Text vereinzelt mit kleinen Anmerkungen, Notizen und Anstreichungen von alter Hand. Mehrere Seiten im Falz mit schmalen Papierstreifen verstärkt.EUR 680,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2020-02-29).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2020-03-15 10:23:07
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius [St Augustine of Hippo]
Basel: Johann Amerbach, 1505. Good condition. [AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (St. Augustine of Hippo, 354-430)]. Divi Augustini librorum pars septima. Libri De civitate Dei xxii. In eosdem commentaria Thome Valois et Nicolai Triveth : cum addtionibus Jacobi Passavantii et theologice veritates Francisci maronis. Basilae [Basel] : ex ædibus impressorijs Johann Amerbach, J. Petri & J. Froben, M.D.V. [15 January 1505]. Hardcover. Two parts in one volume. Leather-bound. Folio (2°) (310 x 230 mm), ff. 300, (55) [Unnumbered leaves]. Collation: a-k⁸/⁶ l⁶ m⁸ n-z⁶ A-K⁶/⁸ L-M⁶ N-O⁸ P-S⁶/⁸ T-Y⁶, a⁸ b-h⁶ i5. Part II with error in collation. Imprint from colophon (y5v): XV die me[n]sis ianuarij. Latin text in Gothic Rotunda script, occasional words or paragraphs in Greek. Double column and surrounding commentary in lines of 54-64, with headline. Bound in 18th century full calf with four spine bands, the compartments gilt ruled and tooled, page edges speckled. Verso a¹ with large woodcut and verse, a² recto with Introduction by Conradus Leontarius, a² verso Argument, verso a² - recto a3 table for Book I, a3 commentators' preface, recto a⁴ onwards with 22 chapters of text and commentary, verso Y5 colophon, recto Y⁶ index with verso blank. Part II with a separate title-page and register: Principaliu[m] materiaru[m] librorum sancti Augustini de ciuitate dei summaria annotation. Shoulder notes. Contemporary colouring: consistently rubricated with large and small initials and paragraph marks alternating in red or blue, beautiful 7-line illuminated initial opening part I. Tsarist era library stamp on ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-03-05 14:15:01
Justinian I; Accursius; Chappuis, Jean
1505. 1505 Paris Edition of the Institutes in a Contemporary Binding [Justinian I (485-565 CE), Emperor of the East]. [Accursius (Accorso, Francisco) (c.1182-c.1260), Glossator]. [Chappuis, Jean, Editor]. Institutiones Imperiales: Ordinate Glosis Textuales Divisiones Habentur. Patescit Grecum Utile cum Expositione Succincta. Universi Tituli Alphabetico Ordine Ponuntur. Summaria Rubra Multis Adiectis Sunt Textibus Immixta. Orbibus Variis Vallata Civilis Arbor hic exarat[ur], fo. cxvij. Plurima et Textuum et Glosarum Turpis Menda Expurgatur. Tituli Continuatione Patenti Redduntur Clari. Involute Materie Nectuntur Tabula Singulari. Medulle Glosarum Omnibus in Marginibus Sunt Extracte. Versibus Rubrice Iuris Cesarei Leguntur Aperte. Multiplices bone Glose plerisq[ue] Locis Sunt Apposite. [Paris: Per Udalricum Gering [et] Magistru[m] Bertholdum Rembolt, December 5, 1505]. [xii], 117 ff. Text in parallel columns with linear gloss. First letters of the verses that follow Institutiones Imperiales on title page from an anagram, "opus optimum." Two-page table of descents. Folio (10" x 7"). Contemporary blind-stamped calf, raised bands to spine, clasps lacking, hasps present. Moderate rubbing and a few minor scuffs to boards, heavier rubbing to extremities, corners and spine ends worn, calf worn away from two spine bands, a few cracks to text block, signature n (ff. 97-104) detached and moderately edgeworn. Printed throughout in red and black, large crible printer device and decorative borders to title page, crible initials and table of descents. Moderate toning and occasional light s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2020-03-02 11:16:13
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius [St Augustine of Hippo]
Basel: Johann Amerbach, 1505. Good condition. [AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (St. Augustine of Hippo, 354-430)]. Divi Augustini librorum pars septima. Libri De civitate Dei xxii. In eosdem commentaria Thome Valois et Nicolai Triveth : cum addtionibus Jacobi Passavantii et theologice veritates Francisci maronis. Basilae [Basel] : ex ædibus impressorijs Johann Amerbach, J. Petri & J. Froben, M.D.V. [15 January 1505]. Hardcover. Two parts in one volume. Leather-bound. Folio (2°) (310 x 230 mm), ff. 300, (55) [Unnumbered leaves]. Collation: a-k⁸/⁶ l⁶ m⁸ n-z⁶ A-K⁶/⁸ L-M⁶ N-O⁸ P-S⁶/⁸ T-Y⁶, a⁸ b-h⁶ i5. Part II with error in collation. Imprint from colophon (y5v): XV die me[n]sis ianuarij. Latin text in Gothic Rotunda script, occasional words or paragraphs in Greek. Double column and surrounding commentary in lines of 54-64, with headline. Bound in 18th century full calf with four spine bands, the compartments gilt ruled and tooled, page edges speckled. Verso a¹ with large woodcut and verse, a² recto with Introduction by Conradus Leontarius, a² verso Argument, verso a² - recto a3 table for Book I, a3 commentators' preface, recto a⁴ onwards with 22 chapters of text and commentary, verso Y5 colophon, recto Y⁶ index with verso blank. Part II with a separate title-page and register: Principaliu[m] materiaru[m] librorum sancti Augustini de ciuitate dei summaria annotation. Shoulder notes. Contemporary colouring: consistently rubricated with large and small initials and paragraph marks alternating in red or blue, beautiful 7-line illuminated initial opening part I. Tsarist era library stamp on ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-25 20:54:14
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius [St Augustine of Hippo]
Basel: Johann Amerbach, 1505. Good condition. [AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (St. Augustine of Hippo, 354-430)]. Divi Augustini librorum pars septima. Libri De civitate Dei xxii. In eosdem commentaria Thome Valois et Nicolai Triveth : cum addtionibus Jacobi Passavantii et theologice veritates Francisci maronis. Basilae [Basel] : ex ædibus impressorijs Johann Amerbach, J. Petri & J. Froben, M.D.V. [15 January 1505]. Hardcover. Two parts in one volume. Leather-bound. Folio (2°) (310 x 230 mm), ff. 300, (55) [Unnumbered leaves]. Collation: a-k⁸/⁶ l⁶ m⁸ n-z⁶ A-K⁶/⁸ L-M⁶ N-O⁸ P-S⁶/⁸ T-Y⁶, a⁸ b-h⁶ i5. Part II with error in collation. Imprint from colophon (y5v): XV die me[n]sis ianuarij. Latin text in Gothic Rotunda script, occasional words or paragraphs in Greek. Double column and surrounding commentary in lines of 54-64, with headline. Bound in 18th century full calf with four spine bands, the compartments gilt ruled and tooled, page edges speckled. Verso a¹ with large woodcut and verse, a² recto with Introduction by Conradus Leontarius, a² verso Argument, verso a² - recto a3 table for Book I, a3 commentators' preface, recto a⁴ onwards with 22 chapters of text and commentary, verso Y5 colophon, recto Y⁶ index with verso blank. Part II with a separate title-page and register: Principaliu[m] materiaru[m] librorum sancti Augustini de ciuitate dei summaria annotation. Shoulder notes. Contemporary colouring: consistently rubricated with large and small initials and paragraph marks alternating in red or blue, beautiful 7-line illuminated initial opening part I. Tsarist era library stamp on ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-22 05:44:01
Albertus Magnus
(Paris), 1505. Kl.-8°. (44) Bl. (A8?E8, F4). Mit Holzschnittinitialen. Moderner Lederband. + Wichtig: Für unsere Kunden in der EU erfolgt der Versand alle 14 Tage verzollt ab Deutschland / Postbank-Konto in Deutschland vorhanden +, A|B Gedruckt bei Petr. Chamaillard für Stephanus Lupus (Impressum). Der Text mit Kommentar. ? Das Papier zum Teil unaufgeschnitten, durchgehend leicht gebräunt und wasserrandig. Das Titelblatt fleckig. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Switzerland]
2020-02-20 16:41:17
Aesop
ont> Apud Aldum : Venice, 1505 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition.. A very scarce early Aldine work regarding Greek allegorical techniques. A highly sought after first edition printing from the famous Aldine Press. Rebound, in a lovely morocco binding by C and C McLeish. McLeish started his binding career at the Doves Bindery before starting a partnership with his sons as C & C Mcleish from 1909 to 1949. This book is from the Spencer library at Althorp Northamptonshire. With the bookplate of the Earl of Spencer's arms and pressmark B65. The Aldine Press was the printing office started by Aldus Manutius in 1494 in Venice. The first book appearing under his name was published in 1495. The press was the first to issue printed books in octavo and is also famous for introducing italics. In Greek. Adams A278; Ahmanson-Murphy 93; Renouard 49:6. Early manuscript title to the second blank, with original woodcut Aldine printer's device laid down. Marginalia in Greek and Latin by an early hand throughout. This work contains 85 leaves only, and therefore is lacking the first sixty-five leaves. Lacking the fables and life of Aesop. Retaining leaves d6-o4. This work retains the accompanying text including the 'editiones principes' of Cornutus/Phurnutus, 'De Natura Deorum' by Cicero, 'Palaephatus' on disbelieving histories,'De Non Credendis Historiis', Heraclitus Ponticus' 'De Allegoriis Apud Homerum and Horapollon', 'Hieroglyphica' as well as a collection of proverbs. Many of the works to this volume appear in their first edition here. A very scarce work, beautifully produced by t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books [United Kingdom]
2020-02-18 07:49:05
Aesop
Venice: Apud Aldum. Click here to see our other books! Vita Et Fabellae cum Interpretatione Latina Aesop 1505 Apud Aldum : Venice 10" by 7" [4], 59-142, 1-172, [1]pp SUMMARY A very scarce early Aldine work regarding Greek allegorical techniques. A highly sought after first edition printing from the famous Aldine Press. First Edition,Leather Binding,Very Scarce Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed This book weighs 1 KG when packed UK Postage: £ FREE POSTAGE US Postage: £ 22.99 EU Postage: £ 16.99 European Postage: £ 17.99 Asia Postage: £ 22.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 28.99 DESCRIPTION Rebound, in a lovely morocco binding by C and C McLeish. McLeish started his binding career at the Doves Bindery before starting a partnership with his sons as C & C Mcleish from 1909 to 1949. This book is from the Spencer library at Althorp Northamptonshire. With the bookplate of the Earl of Spencer's arms and pressmark B65. The Aldine Press was the printing office started by Aldus Manutius in 1494 in Venice. The first book appearing under his name was published in 1495. The press was the first to issue printed books in octavo and is also famous for introducing italics. In Greek. Adams A278; Ahmanson-Murphy 93; Renouard 49:6. Early manuscript title to the second blank, with original woodcut Aldine printer's device laid down. Marginalia in Greek and Latin by an early hand throughout. This work contains 85 leaves only, and therefore is lacking the first sixty-five leaves. Lacking the fables and life of Aesop. Retaining leaves d6-o4. This work retains the accompanying text including the 'editiones pr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2020-02-16 12:42:19
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius [St Augustine of Hippo]
Basel: Johann Amerbach, 1505. Good condition. [AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (St. Augustine of Hippo, 354-430)]. Divi Augustini librorum pars septima. Libri De civitate Dei xxii. In eosdem commentaria Thome Valois et Nicolai Triveth : cum addtionibus Jacobi Passavantii et theologice veritates Francisci maronis. Basilae [Basel] : ex ædibus impressorijs Johann Amerbach, J. Petri & J. Froben, M.D.V. [15 January 1505]. Hardcover. Two parts in one volume. Leather-bound. Folio (2°) (310 x 230 mm), ff. 300, (55) [Unnumbered leaves]. Collation: a-k⁸/⁶ l⁶ m⁸ n-z⁶ A-K⁶/⁸ L-M⁶ N-O⁸ P-S⁶/⁸ T-Y⁶, a⁸ b-h⁶ i5. Part II with error in collation. Imprint from colophon (y5v): XV die me[n]sis ianuarij. Latin text in Gothic Rotunda script, occasional words or paragraphs in Greek. Double column and surrounding commentary in lines of 54-64, with headline. Bound in 18th century full calf with four spine bands, the compartments gilt ruled and tooled, page edges speckled. Verso a¹ with large woodcut and verse, a² recto with Introduction by Conradus Leontarius, a² verso Argument, verso a² - recto a3 table for Book I, a3 commentators' preface, recto a⁴ onwards with 22 chapters of text and commentary, verso Y5 colophon, recto Y⁶ index with verso blank. Part II with a separate title-page and register: Principaliu[m] materiaru[m] librorum sancti Augustini de ciuitate dei summaria annotation. Shoulder notes. Contemporary colouring: consistently rubricated with large and small initials and paragraph marks alternating in red or blue, beautiful 7-line illuminated initial opening part I. Tsarist era library stamp on ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-03 20:32:05
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius [St Augustine of Hippo]
Basel: Johann Amerbach, 1505. Good condition. [AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (St. Augustine of Hippo, 354-430)]. Divi Augustini librorum pars septima. Libri De civitate Dei xxii. In eosdem commentaria Thome Valois et Nicolai Triveth : cum addtionibus Jacobi Passavantii et theologice veritates Francisci maronis. Basilae [Basel] : ex ædibus impressorijs Johann Amerbach, J. Petri & J. Froben, M.D.V. [15 January 1505]. Hardcover. Two parts in one volume. Leather-bound. Folio (2°) (310 x 230 mm), ff. 300, (55) [Unnumbered leaves]. Collation: a-k⁸/⁶ l⁶ m⁸ n-z⁶ A-K⁶/⁸ L-M⁶ N-O⁸ P-S⁶/⁸ T-Y⁶, a⁸ b-h⁶ i5. Part II with error in collation. Imprint from colophon (y5v): XV die me[n]sis ianuarij. Latin text in Gothic Rotunda script, occasional words or paragraphs in Greek. Double column and surrounding commentary in lines of 54-64, with headline. Bound in 18th century full calf with four spine bands, the compartments gilt ruled and tooled, page edges speckled. Verso a¹ with large woodcut and verse, a² recto with Introduction by Conradus Leontarius, a² verso Argument, verso a² - recto a3 table for Book I, a3 commentators' preface, recto a⁴ onwards with 22 chapters of text and commentary, verso Y5 colophon, recto Y⁶ index with verso blank. Part II with a separate title-page and register: Principaliu[m] materiaru[m] librorum sancti Augustini de ciuitate dei summaria annotation. Shoulder notes. Contemporary colouring: consistently rubricated with large and small initials and paragraph marks alternating in red or blue, beautiful 7-line illuminated initial opening part I. Tsarist era library stamp on ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-02 15:32:07
Plutarch:
Paris, 1505. 1 w. Bl., 48 unnum. Bll. Prgt. aus altem Material, mit 4 Bindebändern. 20 x 14 cm. Graesse V, 362. - Enthalten sind: De fortuna romanorum I.I. De fortuna et virtute Alexandri I. + II. De tranquillitate et securitate Amini I.I. - Gebräunt und zum Teil stärker fleckig. Im Text vereinzelt mit kleinen Anmerkungen, Notizen und Anstreichungen von alter Hand. Mehrere Seiten im Falz mit schmalen Papierstreifen verstärkt. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [Germany]
2020-01-28 23:14:35
Plutarch
Paris, 1505. Artikeldetails Praestantissima atque imprimis latialibus musis idonea Plutarchi Cheronei opuscula tria. Ex vers. Guillaume Budé. Plutarch: Paris, 1505. 1 w. Bl., 48 unnum. Bll. Prgt. aus altem Material, mit 4 Bindebändern. 20 x 14 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 23175 Bemerkungen: Graesse V, 362. - Enthalten sind: De fortuna romanorum I.I. De fortuna et virtute Alexandri I. + II. De tranquillitate et securitate Amini I.I. - Gebräunt und zum Teil stärker fleckig. Im Text vereinzelt mit kleinen Anmerkungen, Notizen und Anstreichungen von alter Hand. Mehrere Seiten im Falz mit schmalen Papierstreifen verstärkt.EUR 680,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2020-01-27).
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2020-01-28 08:31:15
Plutarch:
Paris, 1505. 1 w. Bl., 48 unnum. Bll. Prgt. aus altem Material, mit 4 Bindebändern. 20 x 14 cm. Graesse V, 362. - Enthalten sind: De fortuna romanorum I.I. De fortuna et virtute Alexandri I. + II. De tranquillitate et securitate Amini I.I. - Gebräunt und zum Teil stärker fleckig. Im Text vereinzelt mit kleinen Anmerkungen, Notizen und Anstreichungen von alter Hand. Mehrere Seiten im Falz mit schmalen Papierstreifen verstärkt.
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2020-01-24 16:41:08
Hans BALDUNG GRIEN
Xilografia circa 1505-07. Magnifica prova del secondo stato, con il monogramma di Albrecht Durer nella parte inferiore destra. Magnifica prova di questa rara incisione, particolarmente contrastata, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "croce nei tre monti" (Briquet 1242), rifilata alla linea marginale, lievissime ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Al verso firma e timbro di collezione Biblioteca di Trier. Bibliografia: Mende 13, Marianne Bernhard 13; Dodgson 1903, 1911 I.560.24 (attribuita a Baldung Grien); Bartsch VII.181.24 (Appendice, attribuita a Dürer). St Barbara; whole-length figure, seated on a backless chair facing left; holding a chalice with a host showing Christ on the Cross; at lower left a small tower, landscape background. Woodcut, 1505-07 approx., a fine impression of the second state, with Albrecht Durer’s monongram on lower right. A great example of this rare work, with excellent contrast, printed on laid paper with "cross with three mountains" watermark (Briquet 1242), trimmed on margins, slight oxidation, in very good condition. This perhaps formed the right hand of a print tryptich with St. Catherine on the left and the Virgin and Child on a grass embankment at centre. The Dürer monogram was added to the block in the second state. See Matthias Mende, 'Hans Baldung Grien. Das graphische Werk', Unterschneidheim 1978, no.13. On verso, signature and mark of collection Trier Library. Bibliografia: Mende 13, Marianne Bernhard 13; Dodgson 1903, 1911 I.560.24 (Entered as: Baldung (?)); Bartsch VII.181.24 (Appendix, as Dürer). … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2020-01-24 15:57:08
1505. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Il cofanetto è stato acquistato nel 2000. Da allora è sempre stato riposto in biblioteca ed aperto pochissime, pochissime volte. Non ci sono strappi, macchie, segni, piegature. Compilato tra il 1505 e il 1506, il codice analizza il volo degli uccelli in riferimento agli studi, intrapresi da Leonardo al suo ritorno a Firenze, sulla gravità e sulla scienza dei pesi legati al progetto per una 'macchina volante', concepita dapprima a battito alare, mossa quindi dall'energia dei muscoli umani, poi come aliante che sfruttasse le correnti d'aria. E' uno dei cofanetti facenti parte di una monumentale collezione di libri su Leonardo chiamata "Leonardo da Vinci: Edizione Nazionale dei Manoscritti e dei Disegni". Il fac-simile è del tutto identico all'originale nella forma e nelle dimensioni (vedi foto). Nota: è possibile richiedere foto aggiuntive o un contatto telefonico per ulteriori informazioni. In un astuccio 250 x 360 mm rivestito in pelle con impressioni in oro sono contenuti il facsimile ed un volume di testo di 90 pagine, stampato su carta a mano e rilegatura in carta di Fabriano.
Bookseller: avventurosamente_04 [Cisterna di Latina, IT]
2020-01-23 11:57:05
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius [St Augustine of Hippo]
Basel: Johann Amerbach, 1505. Good condition. [AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (St. Augustine of Hippo, 354-430)]. Divi Augustini librorum pars septima. Libri De civitate Dei xxii. In eosdem commentaria Thome Valois et Nicolai Triveth : cum addtionibus Jacobi Passavantii et theologice veritates Francisci maronis. Basilae [Basel] : ex ædibus impressorijs Johann Amerbach, J. Petri & J. Froben, M.D.V. [15 January 1505]. Hardcover. Two parts in one volume. Leather-bound. Folio (2°) (310 x 230 mm), ff. 300, (55) [Unnumbered leaves]. Collation: a-k⁸/⁶ l⁶ m⁸ n-z⁶ A-K⁶/⁸ L-M⁶ N-O⁸ P-S⁶/⁸ T-Y⁶, a⁸ b-h⁶ i5. Part II with error in collation. Imprint from colophon (y5v): XV die me[n]sis ianuarij. Latin text in Gothic Rotunda script, occasional words or paragraphs in Greek. Double column and surrounding commentary in lines of 54-64, with headline. Bound in 18th century full calf with four spine bands, the compartments gilt ruled and tooled, page edges speckled. Verso a¹ with large woodcut and verse, a² recto with Introduction by Conradus Leontarius, a² verso Argument, verso a² - recto a3 table for Book I, a3 commentators' preface, recto a⁴ onwards with 22 chapters of text and commentary, verso Y5 colophon, recto Y⁶ index with verso blank. Part II with a separate title-page and register: Principaliu[m] materiaru[m] librorum sancti Augustini de ciuitate dei summaria annotation. Shoulder notes. Contemporary colouring: consistently rubricated with large and small initials and paragraph marks alternating in red or blue, beautiful 7-line illuminated initial opening part I. Tsarist era library stamp on ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-01-23 01:57:40
1505. Condition: Come Nuovo. ancora nel suo imballo originale. CODICE DI LEICESTER DI LEONARDO DA VINCI PREZIOSO FACSIMILE Tiratura 499 esemplari. Tecnica:intaglio ed invecchiatura della carta. Incisioni delle lacerazioni: a mano. Ritocco macchie e colori:a mano con pennelli. Confezione: scatola in cuoio realizzata a mano. Commentario: in cuoio legato a mano, composto da 181 pagina. Dimensioni: cm 22 x 29 Numero di pagine: 72 inclusa copertina Il Codice Leicester (1505-1510) è uno dei quaderni di appunti composto da Leonardo Da Vinci nel quale l'autore ha trascritto le sue osservazioni ed i suoi studi, supportandoli con disegni. Il manoscritto è costituito da 18 carte doppie, cioè 36 fogli (dimensioni: cm 27 x 20) con recto e verso. Sono stati compilati riempiendo un foglio doppio dietro l'altro ed inserendolo ogni volta nei precedenti. E' esemplare per conoscere il metodo di compilazione usato da Leonardo: è infatti una raccolta di appunti non organizzati in modo sistematico e definitivo e reintegrati via via con osservazioni, nuove considerazioni ed esperimenti. Ci sono sottolineature, aggiunte, cancellature improvvise che evidenziano l'immediatezza della composizione ed un procedere per enunciati ed interrogativi. Il tema principale è l'acqua con appunti e disegni di vortici e correnti, osservazioni di idrostatica, idrodinamica ed ingegneria idraulica, ma non mancano studi e riflessioni sull'illuminazione del sole, della terra e della luna. Insieme alle intuizioni più originali, come quella sul lumen cinereum della luna, dal codice emergono anche gli errori che Leonardo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: jeffbeck44 [GORIZIA, Italy]
2020-01-19 10:58:13
POLLIO LAPPOLI GIOVANNI ARETINO
1505. [Siena-Postincunabolo] (cm. 21,2) ottimo cartonato settecentesco, titolo manoscritto al dorso.-- cc. nn. 2 (di 8) tavola e dedica; cc. numerate 72 (di 98 ). Carattere rotondo capolettera ornati a fondo nero. Ai margini di varie carte si trovano incisi in xilografia i segni astrologici della luna e del sole. Bellissima edizione originale di insigne rarità. Il Census Iccu registra solo cinque copie presenti nelle biblioteche italiane. Manca all' Adams e a molti repertori consultati. I caratteri tipografici furono incisi da Simeone Nicola Nardi di Siena, inoltre è l' unico libro che si conosca stampato da Antonina, vedova di Enrico di Cologna. Mancano 6 cc. all' inizio, compreso il frontis, delle due presenti, con la tavola e la dedica al lettore la prima ha un vecchio restauro con perdita di un terzo del testo. Seguono 72 cc. numerate (di 98) mancano le cc. da 10 a 16, da 37 a 52 e da 96 a 98. Alcune fioriture marginali e gore alle ultime 4 carte, altrimenti bell' esemplare fresco e nitido con grandi margini, stampato su carta pesante. Accettabile per la sua nota rarità e importanza tipografica. Alla sguardia due celebri ex libris: Landau e Bibliothecae Petri Buoninsegni Senis MDCCCII. * Sander 5826; * Bm. Stc. 531; * Mortimer Italian 392; * Brunet IV 784; Graesse V 391; * Cat. Cavalieri 1338; * Isaac 13954; * Biblioth. colombina VI 37; * Norton "Italian Printers" p. 109.
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, IT]
2020-01-18 07:34:22
GEREMIA DA MONTAGNONE
Peter Liechtenstein, 1505. VARIANTE DI STAMPA NON CENSITA. Le copie digitalizzate disponibili online (Casanatense, BNC di Roma, BNC di Firenze, BSB di Monaco e Hathitrust) non includono le ultime 11 righe che appaiono alla fine della seconda colonna al verso della carta *HH6 di questo esemplare. Legatura antica in carta rustica con titoli manoscritti al dorso in bella grafia, bollino di carta stampata per uso bibliotecario con impresso il numero "4" incollato al piatto anteriore, locazione di scaffale anticamente manoscritta al recto della carta di guardia posteriore. Ex libris del Conte Paolo Vimercati Sozzi, sotto il nome vengono riportati tutti i suoi titoli di affiliazione ad accademie, commissioni, comitati ed associazioni culturali devote all'arte e all'archeologia. Il nome dell'autore appare all'incipit. Testo in carattere gotico su due colonne, al frontespizio solo il titolo, a mo' di occhiello, grande capilettera iniziale istoriato, inciso in legno, seguono bei capilettera ornati e numerose iniziali entro spazi capitali. Registro a fine testo, nota tipografica al colophon con grande e bellissima marca xilografica sottostante, rappresentante due sfere armillari bicolori, impresse in rosso e nero, in scudo sovrastato da elmo che ha per cimiero un'altra sfera armillare; nome dello stampatore Petrus Liechtenstein ai lati. Prima edizione a stampa del manoscritto Compendium moralium notabilium (titolo effettivo dell'opera) del giurista e letterato Geremia da Montagnone (1250-1321), promotore del preumanesimo padovano, a cura di Pietro Trecio e a spese del tipografo Piet … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librisenzadata rari antichi riviste d'epoca edizioni originali [Italy]
2020-01-16 23:37:04
Lucas Van LEYDEN (Leida 1494 - 1533)
Bulino, circa 1505-6, monogrammato in lastra in basso a destra. Bellissima prova nell'unico stato e nella seconda variante di tre. Esemplare nitido e contrastato, impresso su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilato irregolarmente alla linea marginale, generalmente in ottimo stato di conservazione. Opera giovanile di Luca di Leida, che molto probabilmente eseguì questo lavoro alla giovanissima età di dodici anni. Nello stile ancora primitivo, si riconosce la grande abilità incisoria. Engraving, circa 1505-6, signed on plate on lower right edge. A fine, clear impression of the only state known, on contemporary laid paper, irregularly trimmed on the borderline, generally in very good conditions. This work was probably made by Lucas van Leyden when he was only twelve years old. The style is still primitive, but the author's great ability can already been recognised. Bartsch 108, Hollstein 108 b/c.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-12 01:07:55
Justinian I; Accursius; Chappuis, Jean
1505. 1505 Paris Edition of the Institutes in a Contemporary Binding [Justinian I (485-565 CE), Emperor of the East]. [Accursius (Accorso, Francisco) (c.1182-c.1260), Glossator]. [Chappuis, Jean, Editor]. Institutiones Imperiales: Ordinate Glosis Textuales Divisiones Habentur. Patescit Grecum Utile cum Expositione Succincta. Universi Tituli Alphabetico Ordine Ponuntur. Summaria Rubra Multis Adiectis Sunt Textibus Immixta. Orbibus Variis Vallata Civilis Arbor hic exarat[ur], fo. cxvij. Plurima et Textuum et Glosarum Turpis Menda Expurgatur. Tituli Continuatione Patenti Redduntur Clari. Involute Materie Nectuntur Tabula Singulari. Medulle Glosarum Omnibus in Marginibus Sunt Extracte. Versibus Rubrice Iuris Cesarei Leguntur Aperte. Multiplices bone Glose plerisq[ue] Locis Sunt Apposite. [Paris: Per Udalricum Gering [et] Magistru[m] Bertholdum Rembolt, December 5, 1505]. [xii], 117 ff. Text in parallel columns with linear gloss. First letters of the verses that follow Institutiones Imperiales on title page from an anagram, "opus optimum." Two-page table of descents. Folio (10" x 7"). Contemporary blind-stamped calf, raised bands to spine, clasps lacking, hasps present. Moderate rubbing and a few minor scuffs to boards, heavier rubbing to extremities, corners and spine ends worn, calf worn away from two spine bands, a few cracks to text block, signature n (ff. 97-104) detached and moderately edgeworn. Printed throughout in red and black, large crible printer device and decorative borders to title page, crible initials and table of descents. Moderate toning and occasional light … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-01-10 19:09:51
Lucas Van LEYDEN (Leida 1494 - 1533)
Bulino, circa 1505-6, monogrammato in lastra in basso a destra. Bellissima prova nell'unico stato e nella seconda variante di tre. Esemplare nitido e contrastato, impresso su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilato irregolarmente alla linea marginale, generalmente in ottimo stato di conservazione. Opera giovanile di Luca di Leida, che molto probabilmente eseguì questo lavoro alla giovanissima età di dodici anni. Nello stile ancora primitivo, si riconosce la grande abilità incisoria. Engraving, circa 1505-6, signed on plate on lower right edge. A fine, clear impression of the only state known, on contemporary laid paper, irregularly trimmed on the borderline, generally in very good conditions. This work was probably made by Lucas van Leyden when he was only twelve years old. The style is still primitive, but the author's great ability can already been recognised. Bartsch 108, Hollstein 108 b/c.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2019-12-17 19:19:10
San Juan Clímaco. [Francisco Ximénez de Cisneros, (editor)]
s.i., [Sucesor de Hagembach] 3 de enero, Toledo, 1505. Obra publicada por orden del cardenal de Toledo don Francisco Ximenez de Cisneros. Hay una edición anterior (1504), que es en lengua castellana, y por eso mucho más apreciada. De esta que presentamos se conocen dos emisiones. Aunque es un bello libro gótico español hay ejemplares en bibliotecas públicas y alguno en privadas. Buen estado de conservación en general, la portada con un sello de antigua biblioteca (s. XVIII) y alguna anotación a lápiz. Gótico. Letras capitales xilográficas. Portada con gran escudo del cardenal y orla alrededor. 4 hojas, 150 folios. Encuadernación posterior (s. XIX) en plena piel con estampación en frio en los planos, doble tejuelo. 21x14,5 cm. Palau 292613. Norton 1042, Martín Abad 858. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Delstres [Canet de Mar, BCN, Spain]
2019-12-17 17:58:19
QUINTUS CALABRUS, Smyrnaeus.
S.n.t. (Venezia, Aldo Manuzio, 1505), in-8 (159 x 99 mm), ff. 172, legatura del XVII secolo in pergamena rigida, nervi passanti, tassello in pelle, tagli azzurri.Ancora aldina al titolo e al verso dell'ultimo foglio. Titolo in greco ed in latino, testo interamente in greco. Editio Princeps dei tre poemetti epici relativi all'epopea omerica; l'opera di Quintus Smyrnaeus (detto Calabro perché il manoscritto fu ritrovato dal Cardinale Bessarione a Otranto) in particolare riguarda gli avvenimenti intercorsi tra la fine dell'Iliade e l'inizio dell' Odissea. Nella vita che precede il Coluthus, Aldo dà atto a Bessarione della scoperta dei manoscritti. Questa edizione aldina, veramente di notevole rarità, è databile con certezza 1505, facendo seguito alla mitica edizione di Omero del 1504, anch'essa senza data. Renouard 261.14; Ahmanson-Murphy 95; Adams Q-77. Un forellino al margine inferiore esterno delle prime otto carte, rinforzato il margine interno della prima carta, bella copia.
Bookseller: Luigi Cellerino Libri Rari [Italy]
2019-12-13 06:09:53
Justinian I; Accursius; Chappuis, Jean
1505. 1505 Paris Edition of the Institutes in a Contemporary Binding [Justinian I (485-565 CE), Emperor of the East]. [Accursius (Accorso, Francisco) (c.1182-c.1260), Glossator]. [Chappuis, Jean, Editor]. Institutiones Imperiales: Ordinate Glosis Textuales Divisiones Habentur. Patescit Grecum Utile cum Expositione Succincta. Universi Tituli Alphabetico Ordine Ponuntur. Summaria Rubra Multis Adiectis Sunt Textibus Immixta. Orbibus Variis Vallata Civilis Arbor hic exarat[ur], fo. cxvij. Plurima et Textuum et Glosarum Turpis Menda Expurgatur. Tituli Continuatione Patenti Redduntur Clari. Involute Materie Nectuntur Tabula Singulari. Medulle Glosarum Omnibus in Marginibus Sunt Extracte. Versibus Rubrice Iuris Cesarei Leguntur Aperte. Multiplices bone Glose plerisq[ue] Locis Sunt Apposite. [Paris: Per Udalricum Gering [et] Magistru[m] Bertholdum Rembolt, December 5, 1505]. [xii], 117 ff. Text in parallel columns with linear gloss. First letters of the verses that follow Institutiones Imperiales on title page from an anagram, "opus optimum." Two-page table of descents. Folio (10" x 7"). Contemporary blind-stamped calf, raised bands to spine, clasps lacking, hasps present. Moderate rubbing and a few minor scuffs to boards, heavier rubbing to extremities, corners and spine ends worn, calf worn away from two spine bands, a few cracks to text block, signature n (ff. 97-104) detached and moderately edgeworn. Printed throughout in red and black, large crible printer device and decorative borders to title page, crible initials and table of descents. Moderate toning and occasional light … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-12-12 08:59:53
Justinian I; Accursius; Chappuis, Jean
1505. 1505 Paris Edition of the Institutes in a Contemporary Binding [Justinian I (485-565 CE), Emperor of the East]. [Accursius (Accorso, Francisco) (c.1182-c.1260), Glossator]. [Chappuis, Jean, Editor]. Institutiones Imperiales: Ordinate Glosis Textuales Divisiones Habentur. Patescit Grecum Utile cum Expositione Succincta. Universi Tituli Alphabetico Ordine Ponuntur. Summaria Rubra Multis Adiectis Sunt Textibus Immixta. Orbibus Variis Vallata Civilis Arbor hic exarat[ur], fo. cxvij. Plurima et Textuum et Glosarum Turpis Menda Expurgatur. Tituli Continuatione Patenti Redduntur Clari. Involute Materie Nectuntur Tabula Singulari. Medulle Glosarum Omnibus in Marginibus Sunt Extracte. Versibus Rubrice Iuris Cesarei Leguntur Aperte. Multiplices bone Glose plerisq[ue] Locis Sunt Apposite. [Paris: Per Udalricum Gering [et] Magistru[m] Bertholdum Rembolt, December 5, 1505]. [xii], 117 ff. Text in parallel columns with linear gloss. First letters of the verses that follow Institutiones Imperiales on title page from an anagram, "opus optimum." Two-page table of descents. Folio (10" x 7"). Contemporary blind-stamped calf, raised bands to spine, clasps lacking, hasps present. Moderate rubbing and a few minor scuffs to boards, heavier rubbing to extremities, corners and spine ends worn, calf worn away from two spine bands, a few cracks to text block, signature n (ff. 97-104) detached and moderately edgeworn. Printed throughout in red and black, large crible printer device and decorative borders to title page, crible initials and table of descents. Moderate toning and occasional light s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2019-12-12 02:15:52
Justinian I; Accursius; Chappuis, Jean
1505 Paris Edition of the Institutes in a Contemporary Binding [Justinian I (485-565 CE), Emperor of the East]. [Accursius (Accorso, Francisco) (c.1182-c.1260), Glossator]. [Chappuis, Jean, Editor]. Institutiones Imperiales: Ordinate Glosis Textuales Divisiones Habentur. Patescit Grecum Utile cum Expositione Succincta. Universi Tituli Alphabetico Ordine Ponuntur. Summaria Rubra Multis Adiectis Sunt Textibus Immixta. Orbibus Variis Vallata Civilis Arbor hic exarat[ur], fo. cxvij. Plurima et Textuum et Glosarum Turpis Menda Expurgatur. Tituli Continuatione Patenti Redduntur Clari. Involute Materie Nectuntur Tabula Singulari. Medulle Glosarum Omnibus in Marginibus Sunt Extracte. Versibus Rubrice Iuris Cesarei Leguntur Aperte. Multiplices bone Glose plerisq[ue] Locis Sunt Apposite. [Paris: Per Udalricum Gering [et] Magistru[m] Bertholdum Rembolt, December 5, 1505]. [xii], 117 ff. Text in parallel columns with linear gloss. First letters of the verses that follow Institutiones Imperiales on title page from an anagram, "opus optimum." Two-page table of descents. Folio (10" x 7"). Contemporary blind-stamped calf, raised bands to spine, clasps lacking, hasps present. Moderate rubbing and a few minor scuffs to boards, heavier rubbing to extremities, corners and spine ends worn, calf worn away from two spine bands, a few cracks to text block, signature n (ff. 97-104) detached and moderately edgeworn. Printed throughout in red and black, large crible printer device and decorative borders to title page, crible initials and table of descents. Moderate toning and occasional light soiling … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2019-12-03 06:35:07
BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX, Saint, attributed author.
Cologne: Que[n]tell, 1505. Octavo (140 x 102 mm). 19th century marbled boards, neatly rebacked preserving the original spine. Engraved bookplate of George Klotz M. D. of Frankfurt am Main to front pastedown. Small round wormholes to lower margin throughout, in-filled in places; title darkened, final two gatherings with damp mark to the upper and lower margin, final blank verso annotated in an early hand, with a couple of other marginal notes; a very good copy. Printed in Roman type. Scarce edition of Bernard of Clairvaux's work the mirror of godly love. VD16 B-1963. Not in Adams. OCLC locates only one copy in the US, at Chicago.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2019-11-26 08:56:08
NICANDER of Colophon and Jean de GORRIS.
70, [1] ll.First Paris edition of a work on antidotes, by the Greek poet and physician Nicander of Colophon, (fl. second century BC). "Nicander wrote at least 20 works, of which two survive: Theriaca on poisonous creatures, with remedies against their stings and bites, and Alexipharmaca on antidotes to poisons. Both are indebted to Apollodorus" (Wilson). The present edition gives the text in Greek with the Latin translation, along with annotations by the Parisian pharmacist Jean de Gorris (1505-1577). "After a poem addressed to Protagoras of Cyzicus, [the Alexipharmaca] presents 22 substances and entities - animal, vegetable, and mineral - that are fatal or harmful to human beings. Some of the more notorious toxic substances known to antiquity are included: hemlock, aconite, opium, henbane and blister beetle. In each case, the poet first describes the symptoms produced by the poison, and then the antidotes" (Wilson).With bookplates of the Trotter family of Mortonhall and F.B. Lorch, and early owner's and auction inscriptions. Bookblock almost completely detached from binding, with a large waterstain in the upper right corner and slightly smudged margins, otherwise in good condition.l Bird 1727; Durling 3338; cf. N. Wilson, Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece (2006), pp. 503-505.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-24 01:25:33
GALENUS (GALEN), Claudius.
Second edition, the first printed by Giunta, of Galen's "On the composition of medicine according to locality", edited and translated into Latin by Johann Winter von Andernach (1505-1574). Andernach's translation was first printed in the previous year in Paris by Simon Colines. "There is no name more illustrious in the whole history of medicine than that of Galen... Written in Greek, this Galenic treasure reached the Latin Western World only through Arabic translations" (Hagelin).The recipes, mostly taken from earlier authorities such as Andromachus, Asclepiades, Pharmacion, Archigenes and others, are ordered from head to foot, starting with ailments of the hair, head, ears and nose, eyes, face and teeth, and mouth, and continuing down the body through the respiratory tract, stomach and liver, genitalia, kidney and bladder, and ending with sciatica and gout of the feet."During the 1530s the eminent printer, Luca Antonio Giunta (1517-1537), decided to publish a comprehensive edition of Galen's works in Latin so that physicians would no longer have to rely on writings from Greek and Arabic sources. Montanus, who led the editorial effort, chose many noted authorities and scholars to aid in the massive undertaking" (Heirs of Hippocrates). Giunta's editions of Galen are considered the most import together with those of Aldus, and together with those Froben considered the most readable.Some underscoring and early manuscript annotations. Some wormholes through the title-page and smaller through a few following leaves, dampstains throughout and one leaf with a tear; a fair copy.Dur … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-20 10:35:11
BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX, Saint, attributed author.
Cologne: Que[n]tell, 1505. Cologne: Que[n]tell,, 1505. Octavo (140 x 102 mm). 19th century marbled boards, neatly rebacked preserving the original spine. Printed in Roman type. Engraved bookplate of George Klotz M. D. of Frankfurt am Main to front pastedown. Small round wormholes to lower margin throughout, in-filled in places; title darkened, final two gatherings with damp mark to the upper and lower margin, final blank verso annotated in an early hand, with a couple of other marginal notes; a very good copy. Scarce edition of Bernard of Clairvaux's work the mirror of godly love.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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2019-11-20 02:16:55
ISIDORUS, HISPALENSIS.
(Venezia, Bonetus Locatellus, per Octavianus Scotus, 1505 circa). 2 parti in un volume in-folio, ff. 75, (1 di Tabula), 21, (1 bianco), con segnatura aa-mm6; nn4; a-c6; d4; legatura antica in pergamena, con titolo manoscritto al dorso, laccetti di chiusura. Pregevole edizione a lungo datata alla fine del XV secolo, avendo gli stessi tipografi edito nel 1493 la medesima opera con indicazione di stampa. Arricchita da un gran numero di iniziali ornate di vario formato, alcune su fondo nero; alcune illustrazioni schematiche: fasi lunari al f.13v, una ''mappa orbis terrae'' al f.51, antichi simboli di valuta greci e romani al f. 62. Al verso del f. 35 silografia a piena pagina ''arbor consanguinitatis'' che illustra i diversi gradi di parentela. Chierico a Siviglia, Isidoro ebbe un ruolo di primo piano nelle vicende politico-religiose della Spagna dominata dai Visigoti, contribuendo alla loro conversione dall'arianesimo al credo niceno, e come promotore e massimo rappresentante di un risveglio della cultura e delle lettere in quei tempi. I suoi interessi culturali abbracciarono tutto il campo dello scibile del tempo: le arti liberali, il diritto, la medicina, le scienze naturali, la storia, la teologia dogmatica e morale. Papa Giovanni Paolo II lo ha designato nel 2002 come patrono di Internet e di chi ci lavora, essendo stato l'autore della prima ''enciclopedia'' mai scritta. Esemplare genuino con macchie d'umido nel margine inferiore e superiore e camminamenti di tarlo nel margine superiore bianco che raramente toccano il testo. Antica curiosa nota di possesso del XVI secolo a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-11-14 14:05:17
BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX, Saint, attributed author.
Cologne: Que[n]tell, 1505. Octavo (140 x 102 mm). 19th century marbled boards, neatly rebacked preserving the original spine. Engraved bookplate of George Klotz M. D. of Frankfurt am Main to front pastedown. Small round wormholes to lower margin throughout, in-filled in places; title darkened, final two gatherings with damp mark to the upper and lower margin, final blank verso annotated in an early hand, with a couple of other marginal notes; a very good copy. Printed in Roman type. Scarce edition of Bernard of Clairvaux's work the mirror of godly love. VD16 B-1963. Not in Adams. OCLC locates only one copy in the US, at Chicago.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
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2019-11-12 03:30:22
ISIDORUS, HISPALENSIS.
(Venezia, Bonetus Locatellus, per Octavianus Scotus, 1505 circa). 2 parti in un volume in-folio, ff. 75, (1 di Tabula), 21, (1 bianco), con segnatura aa-mm6; nn4; a-c6; d4; legatura antica in pergamena, con titolo manoscritto al dorso, laccetti di chiusura. Pregevole edizione a lungo datata alla fine del XV secolo, avendo gli stessi tipografi edito nel 1493 la medesima opera con indicazione di stampa. Arricchita da un gran numero di iniziali ornate di vario formato, alcune su fondo nero; alcune illustrazioni schematiche: fasi lunari al f.13v, una ''mappa orbis terrae'' al f.51, antichi simboli di valuta greci e romani al f. 62. Al verso del f. 35 silografia a piena pagina ''arbor consanguinitatis'' che illustra i diversi gradi di parentela. Chierico a Siviglia, Isidoro ebbe un ruolo di primo piano nelle vicende politico-religiose della Spagna dominata dai Visigoti, contribuendo alla loro conversione dall'arianesimo al credo niceno, e come promotore e massimo rappresentante di un risveglio della cultura e delle lettere in quei tempi. I suoi interessi culturali abbracciarono tutto il campo dello scibile del tempo: le arti liberali, il diritto, la medicina, le scienze naturali, la storia, la teologia dogmatica e morale. Papa Giovanni Paolo II lo ha designato nel 2002 come patrono di Internet e di chi ci lavora, essendo stato l'autore della prima ''enciclopedia'' mai scritta. Esemplare genuino con macchie d'umido nel margine inferiore e superiore e camminamenti di tarlo nel margine superiore bianco che raramente toccano il testo. Antica curiosa nota di possesso del XVI secolo a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2019-10-25 08:36:03
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien.
1505. Das Kunsthistorische Museum in Wien genießt Weltruf - zu Recht. Finden sich hier doch die meisten, die schönsten und die kostbarsten Zeugnisse der internationalen Kunstgeschichte auf einen Streich - und ein Ausstellungsprofil das zu den exquisitesten weltweit zählt. Spitzenwerke der europäischen Malerei aus Sammlungsbestand haben für die Schmuckreihe Pate gestanden, die das Museum selbst auflegt. Hier ein prächtiges Schmuckstück, inspiriert von dem Gemälde »Junge Venezianerin« von Albrecht Dürer aus dem Jahr 1505. Die eingesetzten Perlen alternieren mit dem Onyx und verströmen zeitlose Eleganz. ca. 39 cm, mit Steckverschluss und Sicherungskettchen, Silber, Flussperlen, Onyx.
Bookseller: Frölich und Kaufmann [Berlin, Germany]
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