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2018-01-19 12:56:12
BEMBO Pietro
in-4 picc., ff. 98 n.n. (ultimo bianco presente), caratt. corsivo di Fr. Grifo. Lettera di dedica a Lucrezia Borgia al verso del primo e al recto del secondo foglio, impresa dell'ancora al verso del f.96, 1 f. di Errata, 1 f.bianco. Tutte le pagine sono reglées con un filetto di inchiostro rosso. Elegante legatura 800esca in p. pelle marrone zigrinata, titolo e filetti oro al dorso, tagli dor., dent. int. Prima edizione del noto romanzo del Bembo, ambientato ad Asolo ove alla corte di Caterina Cornaro regina di Cipro si festeggia lo sposalizio di una dama: in tre giornate alcuni gentiluomini veneziani parlano con delicatezza e vivacità di amore con altrettante gentildonne. Il Bembo iniziò a comporre Gli Asolani nel 1500, per amore di Maria Savorgnan, ma li concluse nel 1504, con una dedica, datata 1 Agosto, a Lucrezia Borgia, (''corrisposto, il più ambizioso e memorabile, ma rischioso anche e struggente amore della sua vita'' lo definì il Dionisotti). Questo bell'esemplare, completo dell'Errata spesso mancante, comprende, al verso del tit. ed al recto del secondo foglio, la lettera a Lucrezia. ''Non è chiaro perché di questa edizione si abbiano esemplari contenenti la dedicatoria a Lucrezia, nel frattempo diventata duchessa di Ferrara, e altri senza; ma è probabile che la duplicità non fosse estranea alle incertezze e difficoltà di un amore impossibile, che nella lontananza, da una parte e dall'altra, lentamente ma inevitabilmente si spegneva'' (ancora Dionisotti). Il Renouard attribuisce invece a ragioni politiche questo ripensamento, sottolineando che quasi sempre il f. b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-01-16 00:06:41
SKÅNSKE LOV (LAW OF SCANIA). - [ONE OF TWO OR THREE COPIES ON PRIVATE HANDS]
(Colophon:) Køpenhaffn (Copenhagen), gotfrid aff gemen (Gotfred af Ghemen), 1505. 4to. Early full vellum with handwritten title to spine. Some soiling to some leaves, and some leaves of varying size (a couple of them might be inserted from another copy?). Title-page re-enforced at margins, with two broad strips of (old) paper, not touching woodcut and only almost touching the very outer part of the first letters of each line of the title - no loss of text or woodcuts whatsoever. F. Bi with a tear, partly closed, loss of one letter; f. (Bii) with a closed tear, no loss. F. (Jvi) re-enforced at inner margin, far from affecting text. Some leaves closely shaved at top, touching the headlines. Bound without the final blank. All in all a nice and quite well preserved copy. With Carl Trolle Bonde's ex libris to inside of front board and verso of last leaf with the woodcut printer's device of Gotfred of Ghemen. Early marginal annotations to some leaves and early owner's name, in same hand as the annotations, to f. (Miv) and verso of last leaf. Hand-painted red initials throughout. Title-page with large woodcut illustration of the king, with the Danish coat-of-arms (with the three lions), verso of title-page with a religious woodcut illustration. 101 ff. ¶ The very rare first edition of "Skånske Lov", which not only constitutes one of the earliest printed Danish books and one of the very first Danish law books ever written and ever printed (the first together with "Jyske Lov" from 1504 and "Sjællandske Lov" from 1505), but also one of the greatest influences upon the Danish written … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2018-01-07 14:56:44
BEMBO Pietro
in-4 picc., ff. 98 n.n. (segn. a-m8, n2, manca ultimo bianco), al verso del titolo vi è la dedica che prosegue al recto del secondo f., seguono 94 ff. di testo e 1 di Errata. Carattere corsivo; ancora aldina al verso dell'ultimo foglio di testo. Elegante legatura moderna in p. pergamena rigida, titolo in oro al dorso su tassello. Prima edizione del noto romanzo del Bembo, ambientato ad Asolo ove alla corte di Caterina Cornaro regina di Cipro si festeggia lo sposalizio di una dama: in tre giornate alcuni gentiluomini veneziani parlano con delicatezza e vivacità di amore con altrettante gentildonne. Il Bembo iniziò a comporre Gli Asolani nel 1500, per amore di Maria Savorgnan, ma li concluse nel 1504, con una dedica, datata 1 Agosto, a Lucrezia Borgia, (''corrisposto, il più ambizioso e memorabile, ma rischioso anche e struggente amore della sua vita'' lo definì il Dionisotti). Questo bell'esemplare, completo dell'Errata spesso mancante, comprende, al verso del tit. ed al recto del secondo foglio, la lettera a Lucrezia. ''Non è chiaro perché di questa edizione si abbiano esemplari contenenti la dedicatoria a Lucrezia, nel frattempo diventata duchessa di Ferrara, e altri senza; ma è probabile che la duplicità non fosse estranea alle incertezze e difficoltà di un amore impossibile, che nella lontananza, da una parte e dall'altra, lentamente ma inevitabilmente si spegneva'' (ancora Dionisotti). Il Renouard attribuisce invece a ragioni politiche questo ripensamento, sottolineando che quasi sempre il f. bianco veniva tagliato, così come l'errata. Cecil H.Clough, in ''P.Bembo's Gli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-12-27 13:12:55
PALLAS, Peter Simon.
- BMC NH, p. 1505; Nissen, ZBI 3074; Wood, p. 511; DSB X, pp. 283-285. First edition of Pallas's monograph on rodents. Peter Simon Pallas occupied himself with botany, zoology, geology, and geography, searching constantly for "causal interrelationships and hidden regularities of natural phenomena. . He was one of the first to use anatomical characteristics in classifying animals. His research in comparative anatomy provided the foundations for animal taxonomy" (DSB). His descriptions of rodents in the present volume are accompanied by attractive and accurate plates of animals and animal parts. A highly desirable, clean and wide-margined copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books
2017-12-26 09:04:56
AQUINATIS Thomas -
Venezia, Simon de Luere, 1505, 4to (cm. 30,5 x 21,5) legatura in mezza pergamena recente, cc. 33-(1) con capolettera xilografici e marca tipografica xilografica in fine. Bell'esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già  Naturalistica [Italy]
2017-12-21 21:02:20
[Baking and Bread].
Folio (218 x 306 mm). 13 pp. on 8 ff. 16th and 17th c. Spanish chancery (brown ink on paper). Sewn within contemp. wrapper with list of contents, numbered "No. 52". The first document (8 pp.) concerns a sales contract between the seller Doña María Cabeza de Vaca and the buyer Don Rodrigo de Verdesoto: on 13 March 1505, Doña María of Santervás de Campos (near Valladolid in Spain) sold Don Rodrigo ten medium-sized batches of bread for 60,000 Maravedís. Numerous ms. marginalia and notes of later centuries. - Attached to this is a document (3 ½ pp.), according to which descendants of the buyer, Alfonso and Francisco Verdesoto, tried to lodge claims in the same matter nearly two centuries later; these claims were rejected by the city council in 1697. - Slight tears and waterstains to corners In den Ecken geringfügig wasserrandig; altogether well-preserved.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-12-17 23:19:40
AQUINATIS Thomas -
Venezia, Simon de Luere, 1505, 4to (cm. 30,5 x 21,5) legatura in mezza pergamena recente, cc. 33-(1) con capolettera xilografici e marca tipografica xilografica in fine. Bell?esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica Snc [Monte San Pietro, BO, Italy]
2017-12-16 21:58:02
OLEARIUS, Paul.
- (Basel, J. Wolff, um 1505). 4to. 25 Bl. Mit großem altkolorierten Titelholzschnitt u. 11 großen kolorierten Textholzschnitten (davon 1 wiederholt). Pappband d. späten 19. Jahrhunderts (fleckig u. berieben). Derbe vorreformatorische Kritik an einem sittenlosen Klerus, dem das Keuschheitsgelübde nur noch ein Lippenbekenntnis war, das durch andere "Lippenbekenntnisse" ständig gebrochen wurde. In Form einer frei vom Leder ziehenden sog. Quodlibet-Disputation unter dem (fiktiven?) "egregio magistro" Johann Hilt aus Rottweil abgefasst und dadurch auch sprachlich von Interesse: der lateinische Text ist ständig mit deutschen Sätzen und Halbsätzen durchsetzt. Die Ausgabe enthält ferner ab Blatt B 4 verso in der gleichen Manier: De fide meretricum in suos amatores (Über die Treue der Dirnen zu ihren Buhlschaften) von Jakob Hartlieb aus Landau. "Hartliebs Rede gehört zu jenen ergötzlichen akademischen Scherzreden oder Quaestiones fabulosae seu facetosae, die, bis in die neuere Zeit herab nur als pseudonyme Pamphlete betrachtet, zu ihrer Zeit öffentlich vorgetragen wurden und das (damalige) Universitäts- und Kulturleben wie wenige andere Äußerungen auf eine drastische und anziehende Weise zu charakterisieren geeignet sind. Und gerade Hartliebs Schrift gehört ihres kulturhistorischen Inhalts wegen zu den interessantesten ihrer Art" (ADB 10, 669 f). Der eigentliche Zweck der Rede war, die studierenden Jünglinge sittlich zu ermuntern, dass sie sich nicht die verderbten Pfaffen zum Vorbild nähmen. Mit vielen eingestreuten teils lateinischen, teils deutschen Gedichten. Der besondere Reiz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip
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2017-12-15 12:08:11
Skånelagen]
1505. Nice early 18th-century half calf, slightly worn, with raised bands, richly gilt spine and red label. Front endpaper lacking, scattered stains, partly with dampstains, mainly in the margins. Somewhat closely cut in upper margin in places, title leaf closely cut and bettered in margins in connection with the binding. Repair in lower margin on leaf I6. Closing leaf rather soiled, a few additions in ink in the margins. Signature of Torkel Klevenfeldt, crowned bookstamp on spine, bookplate of the Ericsberg Library in Sweden. Nielsen 134. Thesaurus 170. This edition by the printer Ghemen was not officially sanctioned and is one of the oldest printed law editions in Scandinavia and the first on Scanian law. With its elegant typography and hand-coloured initials the book has preserved the sense of the medieval law manuscripts. The Dane Terkel Klevenfeldt (1710-77) was a genealogist and collector of historical books and manuscripts, not least those with a philological content. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström Rare Books SVAF, ILAB [Stockholm, Sweden]
2017-12-15 03:32:22
BEMBO Pietro
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-12-15 03:32:22
BEMBO, Pietro
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2017-12-14 03:43:20
John Colet, 1505. The Magna Carta of the English Reformation; An Illuminated Manuscript on Vellum Containing the Earliest Distinctive English Version of the Apostles Creed, Etc. London, 1505-1519 (18pp). This extraordinary manuscript, apparently unique and a fine example of early English prose, contains Dr. John Colet's (Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral) English translation and amendments to the Apostles Creed, defining the church as "the clean congregation of faithful people in grace and community of saints only in Christ Jesus." With its clear call to reform, these words served to lay a foundation for the Reformation in England. Accepted by Henry VIII, this document has been termed "the Magna Carta of the English Reformation" and "the raison d'être" of the Church of England. In 1496, John Colet, an Oxford professor and the son of the Mayor of London, started reading the New Testament in Greek and translating it into English for his students at Oxford, and later for the public at Saint Paul s Cathedral in London. Due to the large numbers of those desiring to hear the scriptures in English, within six months the congregation had built to almost 20,000. While translating the scriptures into English remained illegal, Colet avoided prosecution due to his personal standing and connections with the crown. His desire to reform the church led to his authorship of this distinctive English version of the Apostles Creed, as well as his illegal English translations of the Pater Noster ad the Ave Maria, also included in this manuscript. Please contact us with any requests for additional in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Crawford Sterling [Munford, AL, U.S.A.]
2017-12-14 03:32:49
BEMBO Pietro
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-12-14 03:32:49
BEMBO, Pietro
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2017-12-13 03:32:20
BEMBO, Pietro
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2017-12-13 03:32:19
BEMBO Pietro
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-12-12 03:33:08
BEMBO Pietro
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-12-12 03:33:08
BEMBO, Pietro
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2017-12-11 09:59:27
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]
2017-12-08 13:28:49
BEMBO Pietro
in-4 picc., ff. 98 n.n. (segn. a-m8, n2, manca ultimo bianco), al verso del titolo vi è la dedica che prosegue al recto del secondo f., seguono 94 ff. di testo e 1 di Errata. Carattere corsivo; ancora aldina al verso dell'ultimo foglio di testo. Elegante legatura moderna in p. pergamena rigida, titolo in oro al dorso su tassello. Prima edizione del noto romanzo del Bembo, ambientato ad Asolo ove alla corte di Caterina Cornaro regina di Cipro si festeggia lo sposalizio di una dama: in tre giornate alcuni gentiluomini veneziani parlano con delicatezza e vivacità di amore con altrettante gentildonne. Il Bembo iniziò a comporre Gli Asolani nel 1500, per amore di Maria Savorgnan, ma li concluse nel 1504, con una dedica, datata 1 Agosto, a Lucrezia Borgia, (''corrisposto, il più ambizioso e memorabile, ma rischioso anche e struggente amore della sua vita'' lo definì il Dionisotti). Questo bell'esemplare, completo dell'Errata spesso mancante, comprende, al verso del tit. ed al recto del secondo foglio, la lettera a Lucrezia. ''Non è chiaro perché di questa edizione si abbiano esemplari contenenti la dedicatoria a Lucrezia, nel frattempo diventata duchessa di Ferrara, e altri senza; ma è probabile che la duplicità non fosse estranea alle incertezze e difficoltà di un amore impossibile, che nella lontananza, da una parte e dall'altra, lentamente ma inevitabilmente si spegneva'' (ancora Dionisotti). Il Renouard attribuisce invece a ragioni politiche questo ripensamento, sottolineando che quasi sempre il f. bianco veniva tagliato, così come l'errata. Cecil H.Clough, in ''P.Bembo's Gli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-12-08 01:13:38
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. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [DE]
2017-12-06 13:31:12
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
2017-12-05 08:33:40
NICOLAUS (NICOLAI) DE LYRA (ATTRIBUTED TO) - (HENRICUS DE FRIMARIA ?)
Colonie (Kölln), in domo.. Henrici Quentell, 1505. 8vo. Bound in a near contemp. full browncoloured vellum, richly stamped in blind with ornaments. Blindstamped oval medaillon on frontcover, smaller circular medaillons on backcover. Ff 95 (= 190 pp.). A repair to margin of Aa1 causing a loss of some word on verso (supplied in hand), no loss to title-page. Some heads of chapters rubricated. Light marginal browning to a few leaves, otherwise clean and fine. Old owners inscription on top of title-page, dated Vienna 1625. ¶ Very scarce edition of de Lyra's (or Frimaria's) precepts for biblical exegesis. De Lyra was born at Lyre, near Evreux, Normandy, about 1270; died at Paris Oct. 23, 1340. The only certain dates in connection with his life are furnished by his epitaph in the monastery of the Minorites at Paris, which has been edited by Wadding. He entered the Franciscan order at Verneuil in 1291 and studied later at Paris, where he became doctor of theology and taught at the Sorbonne until 1325, when he was appointed provincial of his order for Burgundy. <br>British Museum, Short title, German, p. 651.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2017-12-02 20:01:11
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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2017-12-02 20:01:11
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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [München, Germany]
2017-12-02 18:47:19
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. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [DE]
2017-11-22 19:31:52
QUINTUS CALABRUS Smyrnaeus
in-8 (161 x 97 mm), ff. 172, deliziosa legatura di inizio ottocento, in marocchino blu a grana larga, piatti decorati con duplice bordura floreale e geometrica stilizzata, dorso liscio con fitto motivo a piccoli ferri e duplice tassello, uno in rosso con l'indicazione ''Calaber'', l'altro verde con il nome dello stampatore, il tutto impresso in oro. Ancora aldina al titolo e al verso dell'ultimo f. 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. Sul catalogo del 1503 conservato presso la Bibl.Nazionale di Parigi, Aldo stesso aveva aggiunto di sua mano alcuni libri impressi nel 1504-5, e tra questi il Quinto Smirneo. Bell'esemplare elegantemente rilegato da un raffinato legatore francese di inizio Ottocento, fresco, molto marginoso (provenienza: ex libris al contropiatto Bibliothèque de M. Renard; interessanti postille ms. nella parte finale del volume).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-11-22 19:20:49
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2017-11-22 18:04:45
UTINO (Leonardo da)
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2017-11-19 21:26:51
PIUS SECUNDUS (Eneas Silvius),
impressae per Johannem de vingle - Venundantur Lugduni ab Stephano Gueynard eiusdem civitatis bibliopola et cive in vico mercuriali: vulgariter en la rue merchiere,, Lyon (Lugduni), 1505. Lyon (Lugduni), impressae per Johannem de vingle - Venundantur Lugduni ab Stephano Gueynard eiusdem civitatis bibliopola et cive in vico mercuriali: vulgariter en la rue merchiere, 1505, 8. November, Quart. Titelblatt mit großer Initiale in Rot-Schwar-Druck, (5), 186unegzählte Blätter, jeder Brief (epistola) und jedes Traktat (tractatus) beginnend mit einer schönen gedruckten Holzschnitt-Initiale. Französischer Halblederband des 17. Jahrhunderts. 431 epistolae Französischer Halblederband des 17. Jahrhunderts. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Vico Verlag und Antiquariat Dr. Otto [Frankfurt am Main, Germany]
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2017-11-19 21:26:38
PIUS SECUNDUS (Eneas Silvius),
impressae per Johannem de vingle - Venundantur Lugduni ab Stephano Gueynard eiusdem civitatis bibliopola et cive in vico mercuriali: vulgariter en la rue merchiere,, Lyon (Lugduni), 1505 - Lyon (Lugduni), impressae per Johannem de vingle - Venundantur Lugduni ab Stephano Gueynard eiusdem civitatis bibliopola et cive in vico mercuriali: vulgariter en la rue merchiere, 1505, 8. November, Quart. Titelblatt mit großer Initiale in Rot-Schwar-Druck, (5), 186unegzählte Blätter, jeder Brief (epistola) und jedes Traktat (tractatus) beginnend mit einer schönen gedruckten Holzschnitt-Initiale. Französischer Halblederband des 17. Jahrhunderts. 431 epistolae Französischer Halblederband des 17. Jahrhunderts. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Vico Verlag und Antiquariat Dr. Otto [Germany]
2017-11-07 14:14:47
GREGORY IX
Paris: Thielman Kerver, September, 1505. This compilation of papal decretals (i.e., authoritative decisions by a pope on matters of canon law) was made in 1230-34 in order to update, complete, and supersede the six previous collections, the first of which was made by Gratian around 1150. Compiled for the pope by the Catalan canonist Raymond of Peñaforte, Gregory's was the first complete and authoritative collection of papal decretals, and it persisted as the fundamental source of canon law until the 20th century. In 1500, French jurist Jean Chappuis edited the decretals of Gratian, Gregory IX, Boniface VIII, and Clement V into the Corpus Juris Canonici (the body of canon law), and it was as part of this series that our volume appeared. The gloss here is by Bernard of Botone, also known as Bernard of Parma (d. 1263), chair of canon law and later chancellor of the University of Bologna. Educated at the universities of Bologna and Paris, Gregory IX (ca. 1145-1241), the former Cardinal Ugolino, was from the noble family of the counts of Segni and nephew of Innocent III. While still a cardinal, Gregory was an enthusiastic supporter of Saint Francis and his movement. After a long career as a diplomat for the papacy, Gregory was elected pope in 1227 when he was some 80 years old and at a time when the papacy was at the height of its power.. 240 x 170 mm. (9 1/2 x 6 1/2"). 30 p.l. (last blank), cccccxxxii leaves.Text in double columns, surrounded by the glossa of Bernard Bottoni with additions of Joannes Andreae. Contemporary stiff vellum, faded ink titling on spine. Printer's devi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev
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2017-11-07 14:14:47
[BONIFACE VIII]
Paris: Thielman Kerver, 1505. FIRST EDITION of the third work. These three works are part of the Corpus Juris Canonici series compiled by French jurist Jean Chappuis in the early 16th century and printed by Kerver in 1505. The first is an important work of canon law by the pope consigned to hell in Dante's "Inferno" for simony, the selling of holy offices. Boniface VIII (ca. 1235-1303) saw the papacy as having temporal as well as spiritual dominion and was much involved in international politics of the day. He was also an eminent expert on canon law. Produced at the request of the University of Bologna and promulgated by Boniface in 1298, the "Liber Sextus" contains the third part of Medieval canon law (the name comes from its being viewed as an addition to the five books of the Decretals of Gregory IX). Britannica notes that the text "includes the constitutions subsequent to 1234, and notably the decrees of the two ecumenical counsels of Lyons." The last portion of the work, entitled "De Regulis Juris," contains memorable legal axioms, mostly borrowed from Roman law. Among these is "ignorance of the law is no excuse." The second work, commonly known as the "Clementinae" contains the decretals of the first Avignon pope, Clement V (ca. 1260-1314), along with those of the Council of Vienne. In the final work, Chappuis sets forth 74 laws drawn from the decretals of Sixtus IV (1414-84). Printer Thielman Kerver the elder (d. 1522) came from Koblenz to Paris around 1497, and began printing works for the foremost Parisian publisher, Jean Petit, who was preeminent in the Paris book … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-11-05 04:22:46
Chalmers, Alexander.
Boston: Little, Brown, & Co., 1856
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2017-11-04 16:11:31
BEMBO, Pietro
Manuzio, 1505. In -4° piccolo, 98 cc., piena pergamena, nervi, tassello e titolo al dorso; tagli spruzzati. L'esemplare è completo della dedica a Lucrezia Borgia, ma manca il foglio d'errata, non sempre presente. Lievi macchie di umidità sul margine delle ultime 20 cc. arch. H This copy is complete of the dedication to Lucretia Borgia, but it misses the "errata" leaf, not always present. Light spots of humidity on the edge of the last 20 leaves.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2017-11-04 16:10:43
BEMBO, Pietro
Manuzio, Venezia, 1505. In -4° piccolo, 98 cc., piena pergamena, nervi, tassello e titolo al dorso; tagli spruzzati. L'esemplare è completo della dedica a Lucrezia Borgia, ma manca il foglio d'errata, non sempre presente. Lievi macchie di umidità sul margine delle ultime 20 cc. arch. HThis copy is complete of the dedication to Lucretia Borgia, but it misses the "errata" leaf, not always present. Light spots of humidity on the edge of the last 20 leaves.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2017-11-04 13:51:36
ohne Drucker (Hans Froschauer), Ohne Ort (Augsburg) 1505 - ohne Jahr (1505). 8vo. (ca. 18,5 x 13,5 cm). Umschlag des 19. Jahrhunderts mit handschr. Deckeltitel, 8 Bll. Mit großem Wappenholzschnitt auf dem Titelblatt. VD16 B 1085. Proctor 10621. - Seltenes Dokument aus der Endphase des Landshuter Erbfolgekriegs, verfaßt und im Druck erschienen erst nach dem Tod von Herzog Ruprecht (20. August 1504), mit folgendem Schlußtext: "Geben zu Troßberg under unser Rudolffen fursten zu Anhalt, . potschafften versigelt am andern Tag Novembris. Anno quarto 15". Rudolf, Fürst von Anhalt (1466-1510), war enger Vertrauter Maximilians von Österreich und wirkte im Landshuter Erbfolgekrieg u.a. bei der Eroberung Kufsteins mit. Er und die nachfolgend genannten Sigmund Graf von Lupfen, Leonhard von Vels und Georg von Seinsheim waren unter Reinprecht von Reichenburg am Feldzug nach Niederbayern beteiligt. - Titel mit ergänztem Ausriss von ca. 2 cm unten und kleinem Randloch (ohne Textverlust), etwas stärker braun-, stock- und wasserfleckig, sehr selten. 200 Gramm. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
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2017-11-01 20:33:29
Wohl Paris bei Th. Kerver um, 1505. Jesus. 147 x 97 mm, minimale Lagerspuren, insgesamt schönes sauberes Blatt, Rückseite mit liturgischen Gesängen mit Notendruck in rot und schwarz.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Andreas Grundmann [Münster, NRW, Germany]
2017-10-29 16:08:56
Plate: 'Golgotha.' (The Great Calvary). A crowded and complex figure composition with a combination of Passion scenes. This includes the Scoffing, Flaggelation and Crucifxion of Christ. The procession with Christ carrying the cross can be seen in the background, with soldiers foling out of the city gates. The crucifixion is depicted in the middle of the image, with Mary Magdalen lamenting at the foot of the cross. Very rare monumental print. Attractive despite it's imperfections. Engraving on a verge type of hand laid paper, mounted onto modern paper carrier. Description: This original print was made by Jacob Matham after Albrecht Durer. The original painting by Durer was made in 1505, this engraving was published in 1615 by Joan Goyvaerts. Our definition of a Master Print is a seperately published print or series of prints, not being an illustrative print to a text. These can both be prints made by old masters (artists) or prints made by others (artists, engravers, etchers) after old masters.Artists and Engravers: Jacob Matham (1571 - 1631), of Haarlem, was a famous engraver and pen-draftsman. He was the stepson and pupil of painter and draftsman Hendrik Goltzius, and brother-in-law to engraver Simon van Poelenburgh, having married his sister, Marijtgen. He made several engravings after the paintings of Peter Paul Rubens from 1611-1615. Condition: Fine. Paper slightly browned. Paper loss bottom right corner and several spots at top, backed by similar hand laid paper and retouched. Several smaller tears in the edges, backed. Some small holes and worm holes. Several creases. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-28 03:32:36
Cicéron (0106-0043 avant J-C)
Venise Christoforo Pensi 1505 124 f. Signatures a1-u6, x1-x4, 35 lettrines peintes in-folio Plein vélin moderne, pastiche d'une reliure ancienne, dos lisse muet, titre manuscrit à la plume au plat supérieur, grand fleuron doré au centre des plats Bel exemplaireCicéron ; Philippe Béroalde (Filippo Beroaldo), éditeur scientifiqueRare et belle impression vénitienne de ces discours de Cicéron. Elle est remarquable par la qualité de son impression et la présence de 35 très belles lettrines peintes. Elle semble être absente des grandes collections françaises. Quelques rares exemplaires sont répertoriés en Allemagne et en Suisse, 9 exemplaires sont répertoriés en Italie (cf Edit 16). Elle est établie par Philippe Béroalde " l'ancien " (Filippo Beroaldo, il vecchio, 1453-1505), écrivain italien, et l'un des plus célèbres littérateurs du XVe siècle. Son principal mérite littéraire fut surtout d'avoir donné des éditions commentées des anciens auteurs latins. L'imprimeur, Christoforo Pensi, originaire de Mandello, près de Côme, a été actif à Venise à partir de 1487 ou 1488. Il était sans doute apparenté au libraire Domenico da Mandello, présent à Venise depuis 1485. Il signait ses éditions Christophorus de Pensis, Christophoro di Pensa, Christofaro Pensa, Christoforo di Pensa da Mandelo, ou encore Christofolo de Pensa (Cf Edit 16, Censimento nazionale delle edizioni italiane del XVI secolo)
Bookseller: Jean-Denis Touzot Libraire [France, Paris]
2017-10-28 00:08:45
HIRSCHFELD, Christian Cay Lorenz.
BAL 1505; Berlin Kat. 3353; Springer, Bibl. Overzicht, p. 65. First edition of a work on English garden design, written by the German professor in philosophy and art Christian Cay Lorenz Hirschfeld (1742-1792). Hirschfeld, professor to the University at Kiel in Germany, was specialized in the art of the garden, and wrote a number of books on country-houses and country-gardens. The present is generally seen as the author's most important work, introducing English garden design to the European mainland. It led to garden renovations all over Europe, disposing the baroque elements and replacing them by neoclassical architecture, sculptures and ruins. As Hirschfeld loved nature, he much preferred the more natural English school of garden architecture above the stylistic French and the too abundant Italian schools. He did much to promote the English garden in Germany, and paved the way for the new ideas that a garden, though cultivated, should be in harmony with nature. This work, in which he treats the whole history and theory of garden architecture, is a classic in its field, and is still of importance. Bindings slightly rubbed and corners bumped. Some occasional spots, overall a good copy. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2017-10-27 18:52:44
Paris, G. Anabaat für Germain Hardouyn, 1. Oktober 1505. - 106 (von 108) Bll. Mit Druckermarke und 15 (von 16) großen und 29 kleineren Holz- oder Metallschnitten, koloriert und mit Gold; zahlr. eingemalte Initialen in Rot oder Blau mit Gold, am Schluß mit kleinerem Metallschnitt in architektonischer Umrahmung (ohne Kolorit). 8°. Etwas späterer Kalbsledereinband mit vergoldetem Lilien-Semé und zentralem Monogramm "I B"; Goldschnitt Etwas berieben; Kanten, Ecken und Bünde bestoßen und mit etwas Bezugsleder-Verlust; alte Glossen auf fliegenden Vorsätzen; Blätter etwas knapp beschnitten, dadurch teils Verlust von Bordürenrand; teils etwas fleckig; 3 radierte Wörter am Schlußblatt; es fehlen die Bll. d3 und d6. Die schönen Illustrationen (in architektonischen Bordüren), ausgemalt in der Art von Miniaturen, zeigen Aderlaßmann, Johannes mit dem Giftbecher, Judas' Verrat, Mariae Heimsuchung, die Kreuzigung, Verkündigung der Hirten, die Heiligen drei Könige, die Flucht nach Ägypten usw.; die kleineren meist mit Heiligendarstellungen. Bohatta 807; Lacombe 148f; Tenschert: Horae B.M.V. II, Nr. 70. LA
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2017-10-27 02:22:46
Pontanus, Johannes Iovianus:
Venedig, Aldus Manutius, 1505. 242 nn. Bl.. Mit 2 wiederholten Holzschnitt-Druckermarken und 1 Holzschnitt-Initiale. 8°. Späterer Lederband mit reicher Blind- und Goldprägung im Stil der Renaissance; marmorierter Schnitt. Gering berieben; bio-bibliographische Glossen auf Vorderspiegel und Vordervorsatz (in Französisch); Besitzvermerk eines A. de Belloy auf Vorsatz und Titelei, auch die Glossen möglicherweise von ihm; teils wasserrandig; Bl. p8 und q1 etwas fleckig; letzte Bl. mit winzigem Eckausriss (professionell restauriert). Der italienische Humanist Giovanni Pontano (1427-1503), Philosoph, Poet und Historiker, war Staatssekretär, Schatz- und Kammerpräsident unter den neapolitanischen Königen Ferdinand I und II, Alfons I und II. Vorliegendes Werk ist der erste Band der Werkausgabe, die bei Aldus erschien. Einer Untersuchung wert ist die mögliche Frage, ob Pontano um 1500 mit N. Kopernikus (1473-1543) in Rom zusammentraf, der dort Vorlesungen zur Astronomie hielt. Zweifelsfrei fest steht, dass Kopernikus in seiner italienischen Studienzeit umfassende Kenntnis des humanistischen Gedankengutes erwarb, d. h. auch mit den Schriften des Pontano bekannt war, dem das eleganteste Latein seiner Zeit nachgesagt wird. Vielleicht war die Befruchtung gegenseitig und Kopernikus somit der Anreger für die astronomischen Hexameter des Pontano. Jöcher³ II, 706f; Poggendorff II, 499; Brunet IV, 807.
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2017-10-26 11:50:29
Arnoldus de Villanova, [Pseudo-] (ed.).
Venice, Bernardinus Venetus de Vitalibus, [after 1500/1505]. - 4to. (82) ff. (A-T4, V6). 29 lines, text partly surrounded by commentary. Later half vellum. Latin edition of this famous medical manual, arranged at Salerno in the 12th century and published in various incunabular editions. This instructional poem and the commentary that accompanies it, often attributed to the 13th-century Montpellier alchemist Arnoldus de Villanova (cf. E. Wickersheimer, in: Comptes rendus du XIIIe Congrès international d'histoire de la médecine, 1954, p. 226-234 [Aquilon 570]), preserved its exceptional influence in Western Europe well into the 19th century. - Quire Q misbound but complete; some browning and fingerstaining; margins show some wrinkling. Several old marginalia and underlinings; later ms. note to title page: "Arnoldinus in Scholam Salernitanam". Very rare; a single record in ABPC (Swann, 24 Jan. 1980, lot 1792). CR 5053. Goff R-77. GW M37397. BSB-Ink R-50. Klebs 830.12. Sander 6391. Pellechet 1289. BMC V, 598. Edit 16, CNCE 60481. Cf. Essling 609f.
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2017-10-20 02:17:32
Brant, Sebastian
Paris: Jodocus Badius Ascensius (Josse Badius), 1505. Leaf. Very Good. Dürer, Albrecht. The leaf is approximately 5.25" x 8". Each woodcut is approximately 85 x 115 mm. The woodcuts have dark, crisp impressions. The leaf has some minor marginal toning. Very nice example of one of Dürer's earliest woodcut designs. Thirteen editions were published between 1494 and 1521 (six authorized and seven pirated). Leaves from these editions are very easily confused and many later printings are often listed as firsts; in all but the very first edition, the woodcuts were done by other craftsmen based on Dürer's original designs.This leaf is from the second Latin edition. It contains two woodcuts (most leaves only have one) featuring Dürer's fools who always wear cowls with ass-ears and a coxcomb of bells (a convention Dürer established). The first woodcut, "The Teaching of Wisdom," illustrates both wise men and fools reacting to a sermon. The reverse, "Stroking a Fallow Stallion," is depiction of a fool being trampled by a horse he feigned to respect which symbolizers the ultimate fate of false flatters.One of the most famous and popular works during the early years of printing, The Ship of Fools was a satire on the many then current ecclesiastical abuses as exemplified by Brant's imaginary character, Saint Grobian, the patron saint of vulgarity and coarse manners. A substantial part of The Ship of Fools' popularity was no doubt due to its marvelous woodcut illustrations, most of which were created by Albrecht Dürer, then a young journeyman woodcut designe … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-16 14:22:18
BEMBO Pietro
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2017-10-16 14:22:18
BEMBO Pietro
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 14:22:18
BEMBO, Pietro.
Impressi in Venetia, nelle Case d'Aldo Romano nel anno MDV del mese di Marzo (Aldo Manuzio, 1505). in-4 picc., ff. 98 n.n. (ultimo bianco presente), caratt. corsivo di Fr. Grifo. Lettera di dedica a Lucrezia Borgia al verso del primo e al recto del secondo foglio, impresa dell'ancora al verso del f.96, 1 f. di Errata, 1 f.bianco. Tutte le pagine sono reglées con un filetto di inchiostro rosso. Elegante legatura 800esca in p. pelle marrone zigrinata, titolo e filetti oro al dorso, tagli dor., dent. int. Prima edizione del noto romanzo del Bembo, ambientato ad Asolo ove alla corte di Caterina Cornaro regina di Cipro si festeggia lo sposalizio di una dama: in tre giornate alcuni gentiluomini veneziani parlano con delicatezza e vivacità di amore con altrettante gentildonne. Il Bembo iniziò a comporre Gli Asolani nel 1500, per amore di Maria Savorgnan, ma li concluse nel 1504, con una dedica, datata 1 Agosto, a Lucrezia Borgia, (''corrisposto, il più ambizioso e memorabile, ma rischioso anche e struggente amore della sua vita'' lo definì il Dionisotti). Questo bell'esemplare, completo dell'Errata spesso mancante, comprende, al verso del tit. ed al recto del secondo foglio, la lettera a Lucrezia. ''Non è chiaro perché di questa edizione si abbiano esemplari contenenti la dedicatoria a Lucrezia, nel frattempo diventata duchessa di Ferrara, e altri senza; ma è probabile che la duplicità non fosse estranea alle incertezze e difficoltà di un amore impossibile, che nella lontananza, da una parte e dall'altra, lentamente ma inevitabilmente si spegneva'' (ancora Dionisotti). Il Renouard … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
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