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2020-02-25 17:24:08
Pliny the Younger
Milan, Italy: Alexandrum Minutianum, 1506. Very good condition. [PLINY THE YOUNGER (Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus)]. In hoc volumine continentur. C. Plinii Cecilii Secundi epistolarum libri nouem. Eiusdem Plinii libellus epistolarum ad Traianum cum rescriptis eiusdem principis Eiusde panagyricus Traiano Caesari dictus cu enarrationibus Ioannis Mariae Catanaei. Impressum Mediolani apud Alexandrum Minutianum anno salutis. M.D.vi. xv. Calendis. Februarii [1506]. Hardcover. Folio (300 x 210mm), ff. [2], CCXXVIII, [6] (numbered leaves). Signatures: [pi]² a-x⁸ y⁶ z⁸ &⁸ [con]⁶ [rum]⁶, A⁶ B⁸ C-D⁶ [chi]⁶. Title from verso of final leaf. Imprint from colophon (recto of final leaf): 'Omnes sunt quaternioes praeter... ...tabula terniones & primu unione nullo numero notatu. Impressum Mediolani apud Alexandrum Minutianum anno salutis. M.D.vi.xv. Calendis Februarii'. Later calf-backed marbled boards, spine gilt, brown lettering-piece. Latin text in Roman letter interspersed with occasional words and paragraphs in Greek, with surrounding commentary and shoulder notes, in lines of sixty. Index at rear in four columns. Numerous decorative woodcut floriated capitals. Spaces for capitals, with guide letters. Condition: Collated complete. Binding secure. Contents generally very clean with light browning and occasional insignificant stains and spots. No marginalia or inking. Scarce post-incunabulum. Sent recorded delivery and dispatched promptly. Paypal only. Please check out my other books. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-22 02:10:02
Pliny the Younger
Milan, Italy: Alexandrum Minutianum, 1506. Very good condition. [PLINY THE YOUNGER (Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus)]. In hoc volumine continentur. C. Plinii Cecilii Secundi epistolarum libri nouem. Eiusdem Plinii libellus epistolarum ad Traianum cum rescriptis eiusdem principis Eiusde panagyricus Traiano Caesari dictus cu enarrationibus Ioannis Mariae Catanaei. Impressum Mediolani apud Alexandrum Minutianum anno salutis. M.D.vi. xv. Calendis. Februarii [1506]. Hardcover. Folio (300 x 210mm), ff. [2], CCXXVIII, [6] (numbered leaves). Signatures: [pi]² a-x⁸ y⁶ z⁸ &⁸ [con]⁶ [rum]⁶, A⁶ B⁸ C-D⁶ [chi]⁶. Title from verso of final leaf. Imprint from colophon (recto of final leaf): 'Omnes sunt quaternioes praeter... ...tabula terniones & primu unione nullo numero notatu. Impressum Mediolani apud Alexandrum Minutianum anno salutis. M.D.vi.xv. Calendis Februarii'. Later calf-backed marbled boards, spine gilt, brown lettering-piece. Latin text in Roman letter interspersed with occasional words and paragraphs in Greek, with surrounding commentary and shoulder notes, in lines of sixty. Index at rear in four columns. Numerous decorative woodcut floriated capitals. Spaces for capitals, with guide letters. Condition: Collated complete. Binding secure. Contents generally very clean with light browning and occasional insignificant stains and spots. No marginalia or inking. Scarce post-incunabulum. Sent recorded delivery and dispatched promptly. Paypal only. Please check out my other books. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-21 13:42:24
Manetti, Antonio
Filippo Giunta, 1506. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. The first and rare separate edition of the Dialogocirca di Antonio Manetti, cittadino fiorentino, circa al sito, forma, & misure dello Inferno di Dante Alighieri, by the Florentine mathematician, architect and member of the Accademia Fiorentina, Antonio di Tuccio Manetti. 160 x 98 mm. 56 leaves, italic and roman type. Seven woodcuts showing cross-sections and maps of hell and a map of the earth. Very good condition, taping to front and rear gutters, small bookseller sticker on rear paste-down, previous owner's initials on front paste-down. handwritten notes in back. Housed in a custom-made slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: bookbid [Beverly Hills, California, US]
2020-02-02 21:53:07
Pliny the Younger
Milan, Italy: Alexandrum Minutianum, 1506. Very good condition. [PLINY THE YOUNGER (Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus)]. In hoc volumine continentur. C. Plinii Cecilii Secundi epistolarum libri nouem. Eiusdem Plinii libellus epistolarum ad Traianum cum rescriptis eiusdem principis Eiusde panagyricus Traiano Caesari dictus cu enarrationibus Ioannis Mariae Catanaei. Impressum Mediolani apud Alexandrum Minutianum anno salutis. M.D.vi. xv. Calendis. Februarii [1506]. Hardcover. Folio (300 x 210mm), ff. [2], CCXXVIII, [6] (numbered leaves). Signatures: [pi]² a-x⁸ y⁶ z⁸ &⁸ [con]⁶ [rum]⁶, A⁶ B⁸ C-D⁶ [chi]⁶. Title from verso of final leaf. Imprint from colophon (recto of final leaf): 'Omnes sunt quaternioes praeter... ...tabula terniones & primu unione nullo numero notatu. Impressum Mediolani apud Alexandrum Minutianum anno salutis. M.D.vi.xv. Calendis Februarii'. Later calf-backed marbled boards, spine gilt, brown lettering-piece. Latin text in Roman letter interspersed with occasional words and paragraphs in Greek, with surrounding commentary and shoulder notes, in lines of sixty. Index at rear in four columns. Numerous decorative woodcut floriated capitals. Spaces for capitals, with guide letters. Condition: Collated complete. Binding secure. Contents generally very clean with light browning and occasional insignificant stains and spots. No marginalia or inking. Scarce post-incunabulum. Sent recorded delivery and dispatched promptly. Paypal only. Please check out my other books. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-01 20:29:47
N.T.|Olivétan, Pierre Robert
(Lyon, Jean Frellon) (156X), 1506. 888 (21) p. 17th century Vellum, 16° 12,3 x 8,5 x 4,5 cm. (Quires 3A and 3B are bound in each others place, waterstain throughout the text-block, lacks the titlepage. Wormholes in the inner-margin of ca. 100 pages and the bottom-corner of the final pages, slightly grazing the text at places. A rare and early copy of the New Testament in French, here in the protestant translation of waldensian Pierre Robert Olivétan (ca.1506-1538), Jean Calvin's cousin. Illustrated with numerous woodcut-engravings within the text.)
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
2020-01-22 22:19:16
Pliny the Younger
Milan, Italy: Alexandrum Minutianum, 1506. Very good condition. [PLINY THE YOUNGER (Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus)]. In hoc volumine continentur. C. Plinii Cecilii Secundi epistolarum libri nouem. Eiusdem Plinii libellus epistolarum ad Traianum cum rescriptis eiusdem principis Eiusde panagyricus Traiano Caesari dictus cu enarrationibus Ioannis Mariae Catanaei. Impressum Mediolani apud Alexandrum Minutianum anno salutis. M.D.vi. xv. Calendis. Februarii [1506]. Hardcover. Folio (300 x 210mm), ff. [2], CCXXVIII, [6] (numbered leaves). Signatures: [pi]² a-x⁸ y⁶ z⁸ &⁸ [con]⁶ [rum]⁶, A⁶ B⁸ C-D⁶ [chi]⁶. Title from verso of final leaf. Imprint from colophon (recto of final leaf): 'Omnes sunt quaternioes praeter... ...tabula terniones & primu unione nullo numero notatu. Impressum Mediolani apud Alexandrum Minutianum anno salutis. M.D.vi.xv. Calendis Februarii'. Later calf-backed marbled boards, spine gilt, brown lettering-piece. Latin text in Roman letter interspersed with occasional words and paragraphs in Greek, with surrounding commentary and shoulder notes, in lines of sixty. Index at rear in four columns. Numerous decorative woodcut floriated capitals. Spaces for capitals, with guide letters. Condition: Collated complete. Binding secure. Contents generally very clean with light browning and occasional insignificant stains and spots. No marginalia or inking. Scarce post-incunabulum. Sent recorded delivery and dispatched promptly. Paypal only. Please check out my other books. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-12-18 13:28:05
Tostado, Alfonso. [El Tostado]. [Madrigal de las Altas Torres, Ávila 1410-1455].
Hans Gysser, 1506 - 1507., Salamanca. Vol. I, Salamanca por mi Hans gysser Aleman de Silgenstat (1506, 28 de septiembre). 4 hojas (inclusive portada), CLXXXII folios, (inclusive nueva portada). Vol. II, (1506, 20 de noviembre). 6 hojas (inclusive portada), CXC folios. Vol. III, (1507, 9 de febrero) 4 hojas (inclusive portada), CXXXVIII folios (inclusive segunda portada. Vol. IV, (1507, XIII de marzo), 7 hojas (inclusive dos portadas), CLXXVI folios. La 2º portada, el folio I, y los folios XVII-XXIII, son facsímiles. Vol. V, (1507, 22 de abril). 8 hojas (inclusive portada), CCII folios. Sufre un pequeña perdida en la esquina superior de la última hoja. Colección muy rara completa de las cinco partes. Gótico. Letras capitales xilográficas. Portadas orladas y con escudo del cardenal Cisneros. Texto a dos columnas. Encuadernación de pergamino con el título rotulado en el lomo, igual para los cuatro primeros, y diferente pero también pergamino antiguo para el quinto volumen. Exlibris manuscrito del convento de los trinitarios descalzos de Baeza. Al dorso de la portada de la primera parte larga (página completa) anotación manuscrita de la época que contiene la biografía del autor. 5 volúmenes. 30x21 cm. Martín Abad 1479.
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Delstres [Canet de Mar, BCN, Spain]
2019-12-06 14:44:20
Janer, Jaume. (O. Cister) / Alfons de Proaza. / Ramon Llull.
Leonardo Hutz,, Valencia, 1506. Edición original de extremada rareza. Jaume Janer (Cabra del Camp, s. XV - València, s. XVI). Monje de Santes Creus y Lulista. Jaume Janer (o Gener), que en el periodo 1489 - 91 residió en Barcelona, donde dejó rastro de su actividad luliana, (varias obras publicadas), reaparece en Valencia, después de un periodo de quince años, en contacto con el compacto nucleo luliano congregado gracias al entusiasmo ferviente de Alfonso de Proaza. Esta edición (la que presentamos) que representa la aparición de Valencia en la historia del lulismo, és, pues, a la vez, la confluencia de las dos escuelas lulianas más fuertes de España, la de Barcelona, representada por Janer, y la de Valencia, a la cabeza de la cual se ha de poner a Proaza. La obra que se imprimió, gracias a la munificencia de Bartolomé Gentil, mercader de Génova, fué la más importante del monje de Santas Creus, el "Ars methaphysicalis", acabada por el mes de febrero de 1506. El Jaume Janer dirigía una cátedra de arte luliano en Valencia, con el "privilegio" de Fernando el Católico (texto que aparece al final de la obra), también con el permiso que dió Jaume Conill, Vicario General de Valencia [.]. Finalmente, despues de unos versos de Alfonso de Proaza, se encuentra el texto del "Officium Gloriosissimi et beatissimi martyris Raymundi Lulli", la existencia del cual constituye para Cornejo y otros propagadores de la ortodoxia Luliana, un argumento que creen decisivo. Tipografia gótica. 33 lineas. Marca del impresor grabada en madera al fin. 290 folios, 8 de preliminares sin numerar, y 282 num … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Delstres [Canet de Mar, BCN, Spain]
2019-11-29 20:31:36
St Ambrose
Basel: Johann Petri, 1506. Registrum florigerum in tripertitum opus librorum beati Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis ordine alphabetico accuratissime ordinatum. Basileae (Basel): [Johann Petri, Langendorff], 1506. (bound with) Divi Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis Omnia opera denuo accuratissime revisa et noviter impressa. Prima pars operum Sancti Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis. Basel: Petri, 1506. A great illuminated post-incunable consisting of two separate works from Aurelius Ambrosius, better known in English as Saint Ambrose (/ˈæmbroʊz/; c. 340 - 4 April 397). Ambrose was a bishop of Milan who became one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of the 4th century. He was consular prefect of Liguria and Emilia, headquartered in Milan, before being made bishop of Milan by popular acclamation in 374. Ambrose was a staunch opponent of Arianism, and has been accused of fostering persecutions of Arians, Jews, and pagans. Traditionally, Ambrose is credited with promoting "antiphonal chant", a style of chanting in which one side of the choir responds alternately to the other, as well as with composing Veni redemptor gentium, an Advent hymn. He was also one of the four original doctors of the Church, and is the patron saint of Milan. He is notable for his influence on St. Augustine. Bound in a newer hardcover, cleanly presented with gilt titling and date to the spine. Manuscript titling is applied to the lower page edges. Text in Latin, in gorgeous black Gothic black letter font throughout, with a number of fine woodcut decorative initials and unique and rare golden-yellow … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2019-11-26 12:44:23
Sa, Artur Basilio de
Agencia Geral do Ultramar. 8vo, original wrappers. Vol. 1: 1506-1549/Vol. 2: 1550-1562/Vol. 3: 1563-1567/Vol. 4: 1568-1579/Vol. 5: 1580-1595 1954-1958 [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Far Eastern Booksellers / Kyokuto Shoten [Tokyo, Japan]
2019-11-24 10:11:01
St Ambrose
Basel: Johann Petri, 1506. Registrum florigerum in tripertitum opus librorum beati Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis ordine alphabetico accuratissime ordinatum. Basileae (Basel): [Johann Petri, Langendorff], 1506. (bound with) Divi Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis Omnia opera denuo accuratissime revisa et noviter impressa. Prima pars operum Sancti Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis. Basel: Petri, 1506. A great illuminated post-incunable consisting of two separate works from Aurelius Ambrosius, better known in English as Saint Ambrose (/ˈæmbroʊz/; c. 340 - 4 April 397). Ambrose was a bishop of Milan who became one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of the 4th century. He was consular prefect of Liguria and Emilia, headquartered in Milan, before being made bishop of Milan by popular acclamation in 374. Ambrose was a staunch opponent of Arianism, and has been accused of fostering persecutions of Arians, Jews, and pagans. Traditionally, Ambrose is credited with promoting "antiphonal chant", a style of chanting in which one side of the choir responds alternately to the other, as well as with composing Veni redemptor gentium, an Advent hymn. He was also one of the four original doctors of the Church, and is the patron saint of Milan. He is notable for his influence on St. Augustine. Bound in a newer hardcover, cleanly presented with gilt titling and date to the spine. Manuscript titling is applied to the lower page edges. Text in Latin, in gorgeous black Gothic black letter font throughout, with a number of fine woodcut decorative initials and unique and rare golden-yellow … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2019-11-24 01:10:44
DJURDJEVIC, Bartol (Bartholomeus GEORGIEVITZ).
Atkinson 407; Tobler, p. 73; USTC 34773, 34774; cf. Atabey 488 (other ed.); not in Belg. Typ. Rare edition, in French, of "one of the most frequently reprinted accounts of all Turkish life and customs" (Atabey). The first part details a pilgrimage from Paris to Jerusalem, the second is devoted to the Ottoman Empire. Bartolomej Djurdjevic (or Georgievitz, ca. 1506-1566) was captured at the battle of Mohács (1526), Hungary, and spent 13 years in Turkish captivity. He describes the miseries of Christian slaves in the Ottoman Empire, as well as Turkish ceremonies, traditions, religion, agriculture, etc. It includes a Turkish-French vocabulary.The second part is mentioned on the title-page of the first part, but has its own title-page, pagination and signatures, so that it could also be sold separately. The two parts are rarely found together.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-21 19:19:13
St Ambrose
Basel: Johann Petri, 1506. Registrum florigerum in tripertitum opus librorum beati Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis ordine alphabetico accuratissime ordinatum. Basileae (Basel): [Johann Petri, Langendorff], 1506. (bound with) Divi Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis Omnia opera denuo accuratissime revisa et noviter impressa. Prima pars operum Sancti Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis. Basel: Petri, 1506. A great illuminated post-incunable consisting of two separate works from Aurelius Ambrosius, better known in English as Saint Ambrose (/ˈæmbroʊz/; c. 340 - 4 April 397). Ambrose was a bishop of Milan who became one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of the 4th century. He was consular prefect of Liguria and Emilia, headquartered in Milan, before being made bishop of Milan by popular acclamation in 374. Ambrose was a staunch opponent of Arianism, and has been accused of fostering persecutions of Arians, Jews, and pagans. Traditionally, Ambrose is credited with promoting "antiphonal chant", a style of chanting in which one side of the choir responds alternately to the other, as well as with composing Veni redemptor gentium, an Advent hymn. He was also one of the four original doctors of the Church, and is the patron saint of Milan. He is notable for his influence on St. Augustine. Bound in a newer hardcover, cleanly presented with gilt titling and date to the spine. Manuscript titling is applied to the lower page edges. Text in Latin, in gorgeous black Gothic black letter font throughout, with a number of fine woodcut decorative initials and unique and rare golden-yellow … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2019-11-14 09:43:19
St Ambrose
Basel: Johann Petri, 1506. Registrum florigerum in tripertitum opus librorum beati Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis ordine alphabetico accuratissime ordinatum. Basileae (Basel): [Johann Petri, Langendorff], 1506. (bound with) Divi Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis Omnia opera denuo accuratissime revisa et noviter impressa. Prima pars operum Sancti Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis. Basel: Petri, 1506. A great illuminated post-incunable consisting of two separate works from Aurelius Ambrosius, better known in English as Saint Ambrose (/ˈæmbroʊz/; c. 340 - 4 April 397). Ambrose was a bishop of Milan who became one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of the 4th century. He was consular prefect of Liguria and Emilia, headquartered in Milan, before being made bishop of Milan by popular acclamation in 374. Ambrose was a staunch opponent of Arianism, and has been accused of fostering persecutions of Arians, Jews, and pagans. Traditionally, Ambrose is credited with promoting "antiphonal chant", a style of chanting in which one side of the choir responds alternately to the other, as well as with composing Veni redemptor gentium, an Advent hymn. He was also one of the four original doctors of the Church, and is the patron saint of Milan. He is notable for his influence on St. Augustine. Bound in a newer hardcover, cleanly presented with gilt titling and date to the spine. Manuscript titling is applied to the lower page edges. Text in Latin, in gorgeous black Gothic black letter font throughout, with a number of fine woodcut decorative initials and unique and rare golden-yellow … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2019-11-09 08:12:02
St Ambrose
Basel: Johann Petri, 1506. Registrum florigerum in tripertitum opus librorum beati Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis ordine alphabetico accuratissime ordinatum. Basileae (Basel): [Johann Petri, Langendorff], 1506. (bound with) Divi Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis Omnia opera denuo accuratissime revisa et noviter impressa. Prima pars operum Sancti Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis. Basel: Petri, 1506. A great illuminated post-incunable consisting of two separate works from Aurelius Ambrosius, better known in English as Saint Ambrose (/ˈæmbroʊz/; c. 340 - 4 April 397). Ambrose was a bishop of Milan who became one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of the 4th century. He was consular prefect of Liguria and Emilia, headquartered in Milan, before being made bishop of Milan by popular acclamation in 374. Ambrose was a staunch opponent of Arianism, and has been accused of fostering persecutions of Arians, Jews, and pagans. Traditionally, Ambrose is credited with promoting "antiphonal chant", a style of chanting in which one side of the choir responds alternately to the other, as well as with composing Veni redemptor gentium, an Advent hymn. He was also one of the four original doctors of the Church, and is the patron saint of Milan. He is notable for his influence on St. Augustine. Bound in a newer hardcover, cleanly presented with gilt titling and date to the spine. Manuscript titling is applied to the lower page edges. Text in Latin, in gorgeous black Gothic black letter font throughout, with a number of fine woodcut decorative initials and unique and rare golden-yellow … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2019-11-04 11:39:04
St Ambrose
Basel: Johann Petri, 1506. Registrum florigerum in tripertitum opus librorum beati Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis ordine alphabetico accuratissime ordinatum. Basileae (Basel): [Johann Petri, Langendorff], 1506. (bound with) Divi Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis Omnia opera denuo accuratissime revisa et noviter impressa. Prima pars operum Sancti Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis. Basel: Petri, 1506. A great illuminated post-incunable consisting of two separate works from Aurelius Ambrosius, better known in English as Saint Ambrose (/ˈæmbroʊz/; c. 340 - 4 April 397). Ambrose was a bishop of Milan who became one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of the 4th century. He was consular prefect of Liguria and Emilia, headquartered in Milan, before being made bishop of Milan by popular acclamation in 374. Ambrose was a staunch opponent of Arianism, and has been accused of fostering persecutions of Arians, Jews, and pagans. Traditionally, Ambrose is credited with promoting "antiphonal chant", a style of chanting in which one side of the choir responds alternately to the other, as well as with composing Veni redemptor gentium, an Advent hymn. He was also one of the four original doctors of the Church, and is the patron saint of Milan. He is notable for his influence on St. Augustine. Bound in a newer hardcover, cleanly presented with gilt titling and date to the spine. Manuscript titling is applied to the lower page edges. Text in Latin, in gorgeous black Gothic black letter font throughout, with a number of fine woodcut decorative initials and unique and rare golden-yellow … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2019-11-02 15:19:12
Pinder, Ulrich):
(Am Ende:) Nürnberg, [Friedrich Peypus (?) für] Ulrich Pinder, 1506. 201 (statt 205) num. Bll mit zahlreichen (1 blattgroßen) Text-Holzschnitten (ohne die 2 nn. Bll. Register). Erste Ausgabe dieses seltenen urologischen Werks von Ulrich Pinder. - VD 16, ZV 12488. Durling 2652. Panzer VII, 443, 31. Waller 7448. Wellcome I, 866. - Seltenes und frühes Werk über die Uroskopie (Urinbeschau). Pinder war zunächst als Physicus in Nördlingen tätig, 1489 bis 1493 Leibarzt des sächsischen Kurfürsten Friedrich dem Weisen und schließlich ordentlich bestellter Arzt der Stadt Nürnberg. Er war einer der ersten Mediziner, der seine Werke mit Hilfe der Druckkunst verbreitete, und ließ zu diesem Zweck eine eigene Druckerei einrichten, die er höchstwahrscheinlich von seinem späteren Schwiegersohn Friedrich Peypus betreiben ließ (vgl. Benzing, Buchdrucker 332). Der blattgroße Holzschnitt Titel verso zeigt einen Arzt bei der Urinbeschau, umgeben von einem „Urinrad", das verschiedene Urinproben nach Farbe und Konsistenz unterscheidet. Die übrigen größeren Schnitte zeigen einen Arzt am Krankenbett (Bl. 4r), beim Fühlen des Pulses (Bl. 86r) und mit Brille (Bl. 104v) die kleineren Holzschnitte zumeist mit Urinflaschen. Enthält außerdem einen Abdruck von Gilles de Corbeils Lehrgedicht „De urinis". - „Pinder`s edition is not listed in Choulant`s bibliography of printed editions of Gilles, and contains a number of variant readings not recorded by him" (Durling). - A native of Nördlingen, Ulrich Pinder practised medicine there from 1484-1489, before becoming in turn physician to the Elector Frederick of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
2019-10-30 11:58:59
St Ambrose
Basel: Johann Petri, 1506. Registrum florigerum in tripertitum opus librorum beati Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis ordine alphabetico accuratissime ordinatum. Basileae (Basel): [Johann Petri, Langendorff], 1506. (bound with) Divi Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis Omnia opera denuo accuratissime revisa et noviter impressa. Prima pars operum Sancti Ambrosii Episcopi Mediolanensis. Basel: Petri, 1506. A great illuminated post-incunable consisting of two separate works from Aurelius Ambrosius, better known in English as Saint Ambrose (/ˈæmbroʊz/; c. 340 - 4 April 397). Ambrose was a bishop of Milan who became one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of the 4th century. He was consular prefect of Liguria and Emilia, headquartered in Milan, before being made bishop of Milan by popular acclamation in 374. Ambrose was a staunch opponent of Arianism, and has been accused of fostering persecutions of Arians, Jews, and pagans. Traditionally, Ambrose is credited with promoting "antiphonal chant", a style of chanting in which one side of the choir responds alternately to the other, as well as with composing Veni redemptor gentium, an Advent hymn. He was also one of the four original doctors of the Church, and is the patron saint of Milan. He is notable for his influence on St. Augustine. Bound in a newer hardcover, cleanly presented with gilt titling and date to the spine. Manuscript titling is applied to the lower page edges. Text in Latin, in gorgeous black Gothic black letter font throughout, with a number of fine woodcut decorative initials and unique and rare golden-yellow … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2019-07-03 06:37:21
Ambrosius, S.
(Basel. Johann Petri v. Langenddorf. 1506.). 4°. - 22:15,5 cm. 315 numer. Blätter. Holzdeckelband des 18. Jhdts. mit Pergamentrücken, die Deckel mit Papierbezug. - Ohne Teile 1 und 3 und ohne das Register. Ohne das weiße Blatt am Schluß. Kaum fleckig, vereinzelt minimale Wurmgänge. Vereinzelt handschriftl. Notizen, Titel rubruziert. Einabnd beschabt, Rückenbezug an drei Stellen gerissen, unten mit kleiner Fehlstelle im Pergament. VD 16, A 2177; DG 3.10240; Adams A 934; Heckethorn 141, 9; Proctor/Isaac 14249; Vgl IA 104.633 u. STC (beide nur Tl. 1) sowie Panzer VI, 181, 47, (nur Tl. 3). - Teil 2 der zweiten Gesamtausgabe (vorher Basel 1492), die vollständig kaum zu finden ist. - Extra [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat C. Dorothea Müller [München, Germany]
2019-06-14 00:15:34
RUFFO, Giordano (ca. 1200-1256)
1506. DE MEDICINA EQUORUM IN ITALIAN 212x140 mm. The volume is divided into two parts and has overall 179 leaves only partially numbered in the top right corner as follows: [24], 71; [4], 76, [4]. Collation: v + I14(+1) II-V16 VI14(-3); VII12(-1) VIII-XII10 XIII12 XIV8 + iii. Quire I has an additional bifolium inserted between ll. I13 and I14, the first of whose leaves is a stub. The last three leaves of quire VI and leaf VII9 are also stubs. Quire XIV is inserted between ll. XIII11 and XIII12. Complete. No catchwords, but the quires are numbered in the lower left corner. The watermark, uniform throughout the volume, shows two crossed arrows (close to Briquet 6280: Florence, 1506-10), while the watermark on the front and back flyleaves is a hand (or glove) with a flower (close to Briquet 11159: Genua or Piedmont, end of 15th - beginning of 16th century). Written in a single neat hand in brown ink with additions by different hands on the front and back flyleaves. Calligraphic and penwork initials. Large drawing of a horse pasted at the bottom of l. VI11v at the end of part 1. Text block: 155 x 103 mm, one column, 23 lines. Ruled throughout. On the front pastedown there is the pressmark "2.N.3." Contemporary blind-stamped calf, spine with three raised bands, compartments decorated with geometrical patterns, paper label with ink title pasted along the spine, panels with a large geometrical border within concentric frames and at the center two larger arabesque ornaments and five smaller phytomorphic decorations, inked title on bottom edge (traces of ties, spine, joints and back … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [Italy]
2019-06-08 07:57:24
VALLA, Laurentius. (Relié avec :) ANDRELINI, Publio Faustus (1462 - 1518).
(Paris), Denis Roce, (c. 1506).In-4 (195x138 mm), 18 ff., grande marque de l'imprimeur sur la page de titre, au verso une gravure sur bois en pleine page "un maître et ses trois élèves", lettrines imprimées, caractères gothiques. Sign. : a-c6. Relié avec : Publio Faustus ANDRELINI, Buccolica Fausti. Laurea serta gerens: musisq[ue] excultus amaenis Gymnasium Faustus Parisiense polit. Paris, Joannes Antonius Venetus pour Jehant Petit, (1501/1502). 28 ff., belle marque de l'imprimeur sur la page de titre, lettrines sur fond criblé, caractères romains. Sign. : a8 b4 c-d8 (d8 bl.). Reliure en veau, décor à froid de filets, large roulette d'encadrement à décor floral et trois bandes verticales d'une roulette aux fleurs dans le cadre central, traces de lacets, discrètes restaurations au dos et dans les angles, frottements. Restaurations en marge int. du premier titre, marque de possession à l'encre sur la dernière p. blanche. Superbe reliure parisienne du début du XVIe siècle. Rare édition de ces importantes règles sur le style et la grammaire latine du célèbre humaniste italien Lorenzo Valla (1407-1457).Les poèmes néolatins de Publio Faustus Andrelini, professeur de poésie à l'Université de Paris, sont imprimés par J. Antonius Venetus. Renouard n'a repéré son activité que pour les années 1501-1502. Fairfax Murray 607, pour une autre édition uniquement par Antonius Venetus. Édition très rare.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Richard [France, Nantes]
2019-06-08 07:24:33
AMBROSIUS S. (AMBROGIO)
(Basileae),: (Joh. Petrus de Langendorf), (1506). (Basileae), (Joh. Petrus de Langendorf), (1506). In-8 p. (mm. 215x158), primi 2 (su 3) volumi, legatura cinquecentesca in p. pelle (parzialmente rifatta): i piatti in legno sono rivestiti della pelle originale (con ricca decorazione a secco) solo per metà, il resto, incluso il dorso, è in pelle moderna che imita perfettamente lo stile originale anche nelle decorazioni, con fermagli di chiusura in metallo. Il primo, di 8 cc.nn., 275 cc.num. (ma 273, da c. 40 si salta a c. 43), 100 cc.nn (”Registrum in tripertitum opus libros beati Ambrosii”), testo su due colonne in carattere gotico, frontespizio con grande figura xilografata che rappresenta il Santo mentre scrive seduto allo scrittoio nella sua cellula; l’opera, a cura di “Conradus Lentorius”, è introdotta da una Vita di Ambrogio del vescovo Paulinus. Fra i tanti scritti vi figurano: “Officiorum Lib. III - De Vocatione omnium gentium Lib. II - Hexaemeron Lib. VI - De Sacramentis Lib. VI”. Il secondo, di 315 cc.num., contiene “Expositio in Psalmum CXVIII - in Evangelium secundum Lucam - Explicatio super Epistolas Pauli”. Cfr. Adams,I,934 p. 30 - Graesse,I,98 - Choix de Olschki,III,3347 per il solo secondo volume. Con aloni e uniformi arross. ma complessivam. discreto esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
2019-06-05 10:12:56
AMBROSIUS S. (AMBROGIO)
(Basileae),: (Joh. Petrus de Langendorf), (1506). (Basileae), (Joh. Petrus de Langendorf), (1506). In-8 p. (mm. 215x158), primi 2 (su 3) volumi, legatura cinquecentesca in p. pelle (parzialmente rifatta): i piatti in legno sono rivestiti della pelle originale (con ricca decorazione a secco) solo per metà, il resto, incluso il dorso, è in pelle moderna che imita perfettamente lo stile originale anche nelle decorazioni, con fermagli di chiusura in metallo. Il primo, di 8 cc.nn., 275 cc.num. (ma 273, da c. 40 si salta a c. 43), 100 cc.nn (”Registrum in tripertitum opus libros beati Ambrosii”), testo su due colonne in carattere gotico, frontespizio con grande figura xilografata che rappresenta il Santo mentre scrive seduto allo scrittoio nella sua cellula; l'opera, a cura di “Conradus Lentorius”, è introdotta da una Vita di Ambrogio del vescovo Paulinus. Fra i tanti scritti vi figurano: “Officiorum Lib. III - De Vocatione omnium gentium Lib. II - Hexaemeron Lib. VI - De Sacramentis Lib. VI”. Il secondo, di 315 cc.num., contiene “Expositio in Psalmum CXVIII - in Evangelium secundum Lucam - Explicatio super Epistolas Pauli”. Cfr. Adams,I,934 p. 30 - Graesse,I,98 - Choix de Olschki,III,3347 per il solo secondo volume. Con aloni e uniformi arross. ma complessivam. discreto esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
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2019-06-01 17:33:39
Petrus de Natalibus
Venedig: L.A. Giunta, 1506. Original in sehr guter Erhaltung und vollständig. Reichhaltig illustriert mit Holzschnitten. Das Werk ist über 500 Jahre alt und befindet sich ein einem sehr guten Erhaltungszustand. Die Seiten sind gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt, zu Beginn mit schwachem Braunfleck in der oberen Ecke. Titel und folgende 10 Blatt stärker gebräunt und fleckig sowie mit einigen Wurmlöchlein. Einige handschriftliche Marginalien im Rand in brauner Tinte. Letzte Blatt im Randbereich etwas braunfleckig. Wenige Blatt mit kleinen Randläsuren. Kräftiger Druck und festes Bütten. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS VOLLSTÄNDIGE ILLUSTRIERTE ERSTAUSGABE PETRUS DE NATALIBUS: "Catalogus sanctorum et gestorum..." ZAHLREICHE HOLZSCHNITTE ANNO 1506 VENEDIG, BARTHOLOMEUS DE ZANIS FÜR LUC ANTONIO GIUNTA, FLORENZ MAROQUIN-EINBAND MANUFAKTUR VON RENÉ KIEFFER ERSTE ILLUSTRIERTE AUSGABE DER HEILIGEN-LEGENDEN - FÜR GIUNTA GEDRUCKT ANNO 1506 - GEBUNDEN IN EINEN MEISTER-EINBAND VON RENÉ KIEFFER _________________________________________________________________________________ AUTOR Petrus de Natalibus (um 1330 in Venedig - 1406). War ein italienischer römisch-katholischer Bischof und Schriftsteller. Petrus hatte Anteil an der frühhumanistischen Atmosphäre Venedigs, die der Doge Andrea Dandolo maßgeblich förderte. Von Petrus sind einige Gedichte in der italienischen Volkssprache überliefert, die das Vorbild Dantes erkennen lassen. Sein Hauptwerk ist jedoch die lateinische Hagiographie „Catalogus sanctorum et gestorum eorum" („Katalog der Heiligen und ihrer Taten … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-04-27 16:23:32
Ambrosius
Ambrosius, S. Opera omnia. Teil 2 (von 3). (Basel. Johann Petri v. Langenddorf. 1506.). 4°. - 22:15,5 cm. 315 numer. Blätter. Holzdeckelband des 18. Jhdts. mit Pergamentrücken, die Deckel mit Papierbezug. - Ohne Teile 1 und 3 und ohne das Register. Ohne das weiße Blatt am Schluß. Kaum fleckig, vereinzelt minimale Wurmgänge. Vereinzelt handschriftl. Notizen, Titel rubruziert. Einabnd beschabt, Rückenbezug an drei Stellen gerissen, unten mit kleiner Fehlstelle im Pergament. VD 16, A 2177; DG 3.10240; Adams A 934; Heckethorn 141, 9; Proctor/Isaac 14249; Vgl IA 104.633 u. STC (beide nur Tl. 1) sowie Panzer VI, 181, 47, (nur Tl. 3). - Teil 2 der zweiten Gesamtausgabe (vorher Basel 1492), die vollständig kaum zu finden ist. - Extra.
Bookseller: Bücherland (fuego41) [München, DE]
2019-03-06 22:34:54
CORTI, Franceschino.
In fine, f. 96v Papie, impressus per magistrum Iacob de Burgofrancho, 1506. in-folio (mm 430x290), ff. 1 con titolo, (4 con Tabula Tractatus), 96, (4 con Consiliorum in ordine alfabetico), magnifica legatura strettamente coeva su assicelle, tracce del sistema di chiusura e di un'antica copertura del dorso in pergamena; dorso con nervi doppi a vista, cuffie perfettamente conservate. Testo su due colonne con note marginali esplicative. Prima edizione di fortunata opera che segna il passaggio da diritto consuetudinario a diritto scritto in ambito di diritto feudale. Venne ristampato nel 1507, 1509 e 1518 a testimoniare il notevole pregio che ebbe all'epoca  questa sistematizzazione che oltre a trattare di materie feudali fornisce esemplificazioni di cause e pene relative all'argomento.  Franceschini Corti fu giurista e docente all'Università di Pavia dal 1490 al 1512; fatto senatore da Francesco I andò poi a Padova come lettore e vi morì nel 1533.  Magnifico postinucunabolo di rara freschezza e genuinità (ultimo foglio foderato e strappo, senza perdita di testo, restaurato al penultimo foglio; minuscolo foglio di tarlo lambisce il testo). Due soli esemplari cenisti in biblioteche pubbliche italiane (Biblioteca nazionale Braidense ? Milano; Biblioteca nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III ? Napoli).  [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2019-02-22 11:33:21
Sibutus, Georg Daripinus.
Cologne, [heirs of Heinrich] Quentel, 7. VIII, 1506. 16 pp. With an ornamental woodcut initial on the title page. Papered spine. Second edition of Sibutus's first published work, previously printed by Quentel in March 1505: a treatise on the art of memory. The humanist Sibutus (c. 1480-1528), probably from Tannroda in Thuringia, was a student of Conrad Celtis. Crowned poet laureate by Emperor Maximilian, he practised as a physician and taught rhetorics in Wittenberg, Rostock, Cologne, and Vienna. "This frequently cited and rarely discussed instruction by Sibutus contains within the space of 7? pages so many obscure precepts, counter-productively mingled with verses by Virgil, Ovid, and others, that it must be quite incomprehensible to anyone unaccustomed with mnemonics. It is apparent that Sibutus employed a very difficult and roundabout method. So as to have no more than 36 mnemonic devices, he used the verse 'arma virumque cano' etc.; for each letter he would imagine a person whose name began with that letter etc. He does not explain how to avoid confusing these persons in case a particular letter occurs more than once" (cf. Aretin, Systematische Anleitung zur Theorie und Praxis der Mnemonik, Sulzbach 1810, p. 194ff.). More of a practitioner than a theorist, Sibutus was proficient in mnemotechnics himself: for Frederick, Elector of Saxony, he recited from memory 600 verses of his "Silvula in Albiorim", a poem in praise of Wittenberg. The present volume includes two introductory poems by Johannes Murmellius and Johannes Cesarius, a dedicatory poem to the Lübeck jurist Hein … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-02-01 15:17:50
[CONRADUS von HALBERSTADT - JOHAN de SEGOVIA.]
[Bâle], "a prestantissimo viro magistro Joanne de Secubia... in concilio Basiliensi edite : impressecqz per Joannes : Amorbachiu Petri et Frobenium, [Bâle], "a prestantissimo viro magistro Joanne de Secubia... in concilio Basiliensi edite : impressecqz per Joannes : Amorbachiu Petri et Frobenium1506 ; 2 parties en 1 volume in-folio, peau de mouton retournée. (Reliure de l'époque) 444 ff., Carac. gothiques - Texte sur 3 colonnes.La deuxième partie, avec un titre spécial, commence au f. 351, Concordances de la Bible (c. a. d. dictionnaire des termes de la Bible) par Conrad Halberstadt, un dominicain du XIVe siècle, qui ajouta aux Concordances du Card. Hugues de Saint-Cher les mots indéclinables établis par Joh. de Sergovie.Cette édition fut réimprimée par J. Amerbach et Froben.VD 16 tome X p.191 n°J751.Les 2 grandes initiales des 2 premières pages ont été ornées à la plume de dessins à la grotesque. Déchirure au coin du f. 371 avec perte de texte sur quelques lignes. Page de titre un peu maculée et doublée par endroits. Exemplaire dans sa première reliure.
Bookseller: Librairie du Manoir de Pron [France, Montigny sur Canne]
2019-01-04 14:15:37
Peutinger, Konrad
Straßburg, Joh. Prüss, 1506. 26 nn. Bll. (d. l. w.). (Beigebunden) II: Solinus, Caius Julius. Polyhistor, seu rerum orbis memorabilium collectanea [...]. Köln, Eucharius Cervicornus und Hero Fuchs, Dezember 1520. XCII [92], (12) Bll. Mit breiter architekton. Holzschnittbordüre. (Beigebunden) III: Pomponius Mela. Cosmographia. (Paris), Jean Petit, (5. Juni 1513). Mit großer Schrotschnitt-Druckermarke am Titel. XXX [30], (10) Bll. (Beigebunden) IV: Herodian. Libri octo, in quibus hi imperatores continentur [...]. Angelo Politiano interprete. (Straßburg, Matthias Schürer, November 1513). (6), LXXXV [85], (1) Bll. (Beigebunden) V: [Bruni] Aretino, Leonardo. De bello Gotthorum: seu de bello Italico adversus Gotthos libri quattuor. Mit großer Schrotschnitt-Druckermarke am Titel. (Paris), [Guy Marchand für] Jean Petit, (31. März 1507). 48 Bll. Blindgepr. dunkelbrauner Kalbslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln; Spiegel aus einer Pergamenthandschrift des 13. Jhs. mit Fleuronnée-Initialen. 4to. Seltene erste Ausgabe. "Von hohem Interesse für die Beurtheilung von Peutinger's kritischer Befähigung sind seine 1506 veröffentlichten 'Sermones convivales' [...] Die umfangreichste Untersuchung in dieser Schrift behandelt im Anschluß an Wimpheling's Forschungen die Frage nach den alten Grenzen Galliens und Germaniens, als dessen Ergebnis die Behauptung erscheint, daß die Städte diesseits des Rheins von Köln bis Straßburg und einige andere Städte von Cäsar's Zeit an und früher nicht den Galliern, sondern deutschen Königen und nachher den römischen Kaisern unterworfen waren" (ADB XXV, 566) - Un … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2018-12-29 19:33:44
Orbellis, Nicholas
London: RARE Ca.1506 'Super Sententiae' Nicholas Orbellis. Peter Lombard's 'Sentences' RARE Ca.1506 'Super Sententiae' Nicholas Orbellis. Peter Lombard's 'Sentences' Click images to enlarge Description 'Eximii Doctoris Magistri Nicolai De Orbellis Sup Setetias Copendiu Putile Elegatiora Doctoris Subtilis Dicta Sumatim Complectes: Quod Dudu Multis Viciatum Erroribus: Castigatissimi Fuit Recognitum Noue Impressione Parisii Commendatum' By Nicholas De Orbellis [Ca1400-1475] [Johan Petit. Ca1506] Thick octavo [6.75'' tall x 4.50'' wide x 2.25'' thick]. Collates textually complete a-z8, *8,**8, aa-yy7. Lacking the final leaf of the table with the undated colophon only [leaf supplied loose in facsimile]. A very good, solid and mainly clean copy of this scarce early commentary on John Duns Scotus commentary on Peter Lombard's 'Sententiae' or 'Sentences'. Black letter text in Latin, two columns to each leaf. Minor light marks, blemishes or insignificant wear else a very nice copy. Minor light stains or spots otherwise nice and clean. Nicholas D'Orbellis [Ca1400-1475]. He was born about 1400. He seems to have entered the monastery of the Observantines, founded in 1407, one of the first in France. He appears to have been professor of theology and philosophy in the University of Angers, where he enjoyed great reputation as an expounder of the teaching of John Duns Scotus. After 1465 he wrote his chief work [as per the book here listed], a commentary on John Duns Scotus commentary of Peter Lombard's 'Sententiae' or 'Sentences'. He died at Rome in 1475 and was interred in the church of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: humber-books [Kingston Upon Hull, GB]
2018-12-06 10:13:06
Ambrosius
Ambrosius, S. Opera omnia. Teil 2 (von 3). (Basel. Johann Petri v. Langenddorf. 1506.). 4°. - 22:15,5 cm. 315 numer. Blätter. Holzdeckelband des 18. Jhdts. mit Pergamentrücken, die Deckel mit Papierbezug. - Ohne Teile 1 und 3 und ohne das Register. Ohne das weiße Blatt am Schluß. Kaum fleckig, vereinzelt minimale Wurmgänge. Vereinzelt handschriftl. Notizen, Titel rubruziert. Einabnd beschabt, Rückenbezug an drei Stellen gerissen, unten mit kleiner Fehlstelle im Pergament. VD 16, A 2177; DG 3.10240; Adams A 934; Heckethorn 141, 9; Proctor/Isaac 14249; Vgl IA 104.633 u. STC (beide nur Tl. 1) sowie Panzer VI, 181, 47, (nur Tl. 3). - Teil 2 der zweiten Gesamtausgabe (vorher Basel 1492), die vollständig kaum zu finden ist. - Extra.
Bookseller: Bücherland [München, DE]
2018-11-03 17:10:22
CASTIGLIONE, Baldassarre (1478-1529)-GONZAGA, Cesare (ca. 1475-1512)-CORSO, Anton Giacomo (fl. mid 16th cent.)
Aldus Manutius' heirs [Aldus Manutius' heirs]. In 8vo (mm. 151x102); mezza pergamena del Settecento con tassello e titolo in oro al dorso; cc. 112, [8, di cui l'ultima bianca: Tavola di tutta l'opera]. Segnatura: A-P8. Marca tipografica aldina al titolo. Carattere corsivo. Sul contropiatto anteriore ex-libris Galletti-Landau (37152-37153) e nota manoscritta "Aldini N. 9 A=6". Ottimo esemplare, solo a tratti lievemente fiorito. RARA PRIMA EDIZIONE dell'egloga Tirsi scritta da Baldassarre Castiglione in collaborazione con il cugino Cesare Gonzaga. L'egloga, in ottave, fu rappresentata per la prima volta alla corte di Urbino per il carnevale del 1506 e lo stesso Castiglione vi prese parte, recitando nel ruolo del pastore Jola. Benché la moresca e le meraviglie metamorfiche e coreutiche del Tirsi siano proprie dell'azione scenica, la ricchissima tessitura di citazioni (da Teocrito a Virgilio, dai bucolici latini minori a Dante, da Petrarca a Boccaccio, da Poliziano a Sannazzaro) e la struttura prevalentemente monologica ne fanno un testo fondamentalmente per sola lettura, in cui l'allusività a situazioni e personaggi della ambiente di corte sanciscono una sorta di rito autocelebrativo e autoreferenziale (cfr. C. Vela, Il Tirsi di Baldesar Castiglione e Cesare Gonzaga, in: "La poesia pastorale nel Rinascimento", a cura di S. Carrai, Padova, 1998, pp. 245-292). Il volume, edito per le cure Anton Giacomo Corso, contiene anche le Rime di quest'ultimo. Nella dedica al cavaliere Francesco Bernardo, il Corso ricorda di aver tratto l'egloga del Castiglione da carte manoscritte che avev … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2018-10-20 06:51:07
CONDADOS DE ALCAUDETE Y SIRUELA.
Escritura que suena de mayorazgo, de Hernando de Velasco y doña Leonor Carrillo, presentada por don Alonso Hernandez de Cordova, el qual havia presentado el Conde de Alcaudete su padre. [Junto con:] Escriptura que suena ser de mayorazgo presentado por su parte de don Antonio de Velasco, en cinco de Mayo del Año de 1506 años. [Junto con:] Traslado de escritura que suena de mayorazgo de Fernando de Velasco y doña Leonor Carrillo su muger: el qual se sacó a pedimiento de Pedro de Velasco padre de don Antonio de Velasco: presentole la Condessa de Siruela en el pleyto que tratava con don Antonio de Velasco: representalo don Alonso de Cordova y de Velasco en esta causa. [Junto con:] Clausulas de los testamentos de Fernando de Velasco y de doña Leonor Carrillo, fundadores del estado y Condado de Siruela: y la de Juan de Velasco su hijo primero y primer sucessor en el dicho mayorazgo. [Junto con:] Concordia e Iguala entre las partes en 1512 y 1513. Confirmación dela misma ante la Reina Juana en Medina del Campo en 1513 y Sentencia final a favor de Doña Leonor de Velasco, de la Chancillería de Valladolid de 1513. [Junto con:] Memorial: El Conde de Alcaudete, desseando que con brevedad se determine el pleyto que trata con el Conde de Siruela, sobre ladicha villa y la de Cerbera, Vasa de Vallejera y Merindad de Pernia y otros lugares y bienes del Mayorazgo que fundaron Hernando de Velasco y doña Leonor Carrillo su muger, para mas inteligencia del memorial e informaciones en derecho que se han dado por las partes, Suplica a V.M. que antes de verlas passe los ojos por este papel, donde substancial y brevemente se referira el hecho verdadero deste pleyto, que es en esta manera. [Junto con:] Memorial; En reconvención del Memorial anterior.
Sin lugar de impresión, impresor ni año, pero: Valladolid, hacia 1598. Folio;10 hojas numeradas, con rúbricas notariales + 9 hojas, con rúbricas notariales + 11 hojas, con rubricas notariales + 2 hojas + 24 hojas + 26 hojas + 28 hojas. Cubiertas mudas en cartulina. Conjunto documental de excepcional interés sobre uno de los pleitos mas largos y sustanciosos del siglo XVI, plagado de falsedades, falsificaciones, falsos testimonios, prevaricación y soborno. Contiene, desde la transcripción de un documento fechado en 1447 y de otro fechado en 1439, en el reinado de Juan II, y que se presentan en juicio en la Audiencia de Valladolid en 1506, en un Pleito entre Martin de Velasco, Antonio de Velasco y la Condesa de Siruela, Doña Leonor de Velasco, la principal actora de este drama judicial, hasta las transacciones, arreglos y análisis final de los hechos por las partes en litigio. Aparecen mencionados los lugares de la Casa Fuerte de Cervera, la Merindad de Pernia, Vallegera, Salinas del Rio Pisuerga y obviamente Villanueva de Siruela. Asimismo aparecen las transcripciones de los Testamentos de Leonor Carrillo en 1452 y de Fernando de Velasco de 1457 y el de Juan de Velasco de 1480. Y las vicisitudes finales de este largo y costosísimo Pleito, con la concordia ante la Reina Juana y la Sentencia de la Chancillería de Valladolid. Y las recapitulaciones finales e irreconciliables de ambas partes.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros [ES]
2018-09-28 23:44:22
CITADINI Paolo
Lyon: Viventius de Portonarius, Joanem Crispin. Rare Edition. Absent the BN of France, the French catalogs and the British Library a copy in Oxford and at Harvard Hollis catalog (even snacks) which also has a copy of 1506 and another from 1549 Oxford. Announces 19 leaflets index, the extension page can not be that the thumbnail of the editor, it is possible therefore that it is lacking in this copy and that of Harvard. As in a frame engraved with vignette of the publisher. Full contemporary parchment. Back mute. A fold corners index slips on some leaves. Treaty law on patronage. Patronage has been bequeathed to us by the Romans, the boss was the protector of the slave to whom he had rights, by extension it mean any relationship between a master holder of authority and an element dependent on it (case of marriage , trade relations ...). Citadini died in 1525. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!
Bookseller: Paris Rare Books and Manuscripts [France, FR]
2018-09-10 17:44:13
BERNARDINUS DE BUSTI
Hagenau, Heinrich Gran, 1506. ______ Format : In-folio. Collation : (362) ff. Reliure : Peau de truie estampée sur ais de bois, dos à nerfs. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ Belle impression en caractères gothiques, sur deux colonnes, d'Heinrich Gran. Il a été le premier imprimeur de Hagenau, il y imprima son premier livre en 1489. Il a été avec Johannes Mentelin et Heinrich Eggestein, un des pioniers de l'imprimerie en Alsace. Cette édition, comme beaucoup d'autres de Gran, a été financée par Johann Rynmann d'Augsburg. Le 'Mariale' de Bernardino de Busti (vers 1450-1513) a été imprimé pour la première fois à Milan en 1493. Colophon : Impensis circu[m]specti viri archibibliopole Joa[n]nis Rynman in officina industrij He[n]rici Gran: ciuis in oppido imp[er]iali Hagenaw. Imp[re]ssum anno salut[i]s n[ost]re M.dvj. pridie Kal[endas] Martij finit feliciter. Exlibris manuscrit et monogramme de Johann Ulrich Mayr. Une partie des fermoirs de la reliure manque. Très bel exemplaire dans sa première reliure. *-------* Fine edition, in Gothic characters, on two columns. Heinrich Gran was the first printer in Hagenau. He printed his first book in 1489. He was with Johannes Mentelin and Heinrich Eggestein, one of the pioneers of book printing in Alsace. This edition, like many others of Gran, was financed by Johann Rynmann of Augsburg. The 'Mariale' of Bernardino de Busti (circa 1450-1513) was printed for the first time in Milan in 1493. Hand manuscript exlibris of Johann Ulrich Mayr. Very fine copy in its first binding. Only one copy in North-America in OCLC : Saint Bonaventure University, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2018-09-10 00:16:49
BERNARDINUS DE BUSTI
Heinrich Gran, Hagenau, 1506. ______ Format : In-folio. Collation : (362) ff. Reliure : Peau de truie estampée sur ais de bois, dos à nerfs. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ Belle impression en caractères gothiques, sur deux colonnes, d'Heinrich Gran. Il a été le premier imprimeur de Hagenau, il y imprima son premier livre en 1489. Il a été avec Johannes Mentelin et Heinrich Eggestein, un des pioniers de l'imprimerie en Alsace. Cette édition, comme beaucoup d'autres de Gran, a été financée par Johann Rynmann d'Augsburg. Le 'Mariale' de Bernardino de Busti (vers 1450-1513) a été imprimé pour la première fois à Milan en 1493. Colophon : Impensis circu[m]specti viri archibibliopole Joa[n]nis Rynman in officina industrij He[n]rici Gran: ciuis in oppido imp[er]iali Hagenaw. Imp[re]ssum anno salut[i]s n[ost]re M.dvj. pridie Kal[endas] Martij finit feliciter. Exlibris manuscrit et monogramme de Johann Ulrich Mayr. Une partie des fermoirs de la reliure manque. Très bel exemplaire dans sa première reliure. *-------* Fine edition, in Gothic characters, on two columns. Heinrich Gran was the first printer in Hagenau. He printed his first book in 1489. He was with Johannes Mentelin and Heinrich Eggestein, one of the pioneers of book printing in Alsace. This edition, like many others of Gran, was financed by Johann Rynmann of Augsburg. The 'Mariale' of Bernardino de Busti (circa 1450-1513) was printed for the first time in Milan in 1493. Hand manuscript exlibris of Johann Ulrich Mayr. Very fine copy in its first binding. Only one copy in North-America in OCLC : Saint Bonaventure University, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [Paris, France]
2018-08-27 08:27:58
Orbellis, Nicholas
Ca1506 Nicholas Orbellis 'Super Sententiae' Peter Lombard 'Sentences' Theology Ca1506 Nicholas Orbellis 'Super Sententiae' Peter Lombard 'Sentences' Theology Click images to enlarge Description 'Eximii Doctoris Magistri Nicolai De Orbellis Sup Setetias Copendiu Putile Elegatiora Doctoris Subtilis Dicta Sumatim Complectes: Quod Dudu Multis Viciatum Erroribus: Castigatissimi Fuit Recognitum Noue Impressione Parisii Commendatum' By Nicholas De Orbellis [Ca1400-1475] [Johan Petit. Ca1506] Thick octavo [6.75'' tall x 4.50'' wide x 2.25'' thick]. Collates textually complete a-z8, *8,**8, aa-yy7. Lacking the final leaf of the table with the undated colophon only [leaf supplied loose in facsimile]. A very good, solid and mainly clean copy of this scarce early commentary on John Duns Scotus commentary on Peter Lombard's 'Sententiae' or 'Sentences'. Black letter text in Latin, two columns to each leaf. Minor light marks, blemishes or insignificant wear else a very nice copy. Minor light stains or spots otherwise nice and clean. Nicholas D'Orbellis [Ca1400-1475]. He was born about 1400. He seems to have entered the monastery of the Observantines, founded in 1407, one of the first in France. He appears to have been professor of theology and philosophy in the University of Angers, where he enjoyed great reputation as an expounder of the teaching of John Duns Scotus. After 1465 he wrote his chief work [as per the book here listed], a commentary on John Duns Scotus commentary of Peter Lombard's 'Sententiae' or 'Sentences'. He died at Rome in 1475 and was interred in the church of the Ara … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: kingstonrarebooks [Kingston Upon Hull, GB]
2018-06-26 05:48:38
PICO DELLA MIRANDOLA Giovanni Francesco (1469-1533)
Edito per Matthias Schuerer, impresso da Johann Knobloch, 1506. Legatura rimontata in epoca moderna riutilizzando quella originale, autore e titolo anticamente manoscritti al dorso, al piede del quale, tracce di numero di tomo, T3, probabilmente riferito ad un assemblaggio in origine di opere diverse; guardie nuove. 124-1b.-40-27-15-1b.-9-9-10-1b.-36-19-1b.-8 carte non numerate (in alto a destra vi sono varie numerazioni a penna, probabilmente il volume in origine era rilegato diversamente e insieme ad altre opere, come testimonia la scritta sbiadita T 3 al dorso). Mancanza della carta h6, quasi certamente bianca. In totale sono presenti 4 carte bianche, come richiama Adams. Alla prima carta del titolo, antiche annotazioni manoscritte a penna; al colophon, nome di Johann Knobloch anticamente cassato. Alcune postille o correzioni manoscritte nel testo. PRIMA RARA EDIZIONE. Nel suo attacco all'astrologia, Pico continua il grande lavoro del suo celebre zio, Giovanni, includendo nell'opera in esame alcune delle sue lettere. Il giovane Giovanni Francesco Pico classifica l'astrologia come diabolica, magica, non naturale, sebbene affermi le virtù occulte di oggetti minori, come un fiore o una calamita. Inoltre, afferma anche la profezia e rivelazione divina. L'edizione del testo in esame si trova raccolta in varie sequenze che differiscono da esemplare ad esemplare; la copia in esame concorda con quella di Vienna (fatta eccezione per la collocazione dell'errata) e differisce da Adams. Esemplare complessivamente in buone condizioni, poche carte ossidate lungo il volume, traforatura … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-06-19 13:00:09
BOCCACCIO Giovanni
Venetia,: per Maistro Zuanne de Trino, 1506. Venetia, per Maistro Zuanne de Trino, 1506. In-8 p. (mm. 204x147), p. pergam. antica, dorso a cordoni con tit. oro, cc.nn. 154, frontespizio con tit. in caratteri gotici e grande vignetta oblunga xilografata. Vi è rappresentato un trionfo di donne famose, di evidente ispirazione al “Polifilo”, con Lucrezia come sua eroina (”Lucrecia Perusina” i.e. Lucrezia Baglioni Vitelli cui il traduttore dedica l'edizione). Precedono il testo (in grandi caratteri tondi) la dedica del traduttore ed un Proemio. Al verso dell'ultima c. "Stampado in Venetia per maistro Zuanne de Trino: chimato (sic) Tacuino: del anno de la nativita de Christo. m.d.vi. adi. vi. de marzo (1506): regnante linclito Principe Leonardo Lauredano". Il volume è magnificamente illustrato da 105 piccole figure xilografate nel testo (alcune ripetute) con ritratti di donna a figura intera, ambientate in vari tipi di paesaggi, ed ornato da grandi iniziali su fondo nero. "Prima traduzione italiana" ad opera di Vincenzo Bagli, molto rara. Cfr. Sander,1088: "Dans le texte, nombreuses figures (15 différentes, répétées jusqu'au nombre de 105)” - Essling,1505: ".. figures de femmes célèbres dans la fable ou dans l'histoire.. La plupart des figures sont tirées avec deux blocs, l'un contenant le corps du personnage à partir des épaules, l'autre superposé au premier, et contenant la tete et l'attache du buste; de telle sorte que le meme bloc, par l'adaptation d'une tete ou d'une autre part, sert à représenter différentes femmes" - Choix de Olschki,I,515: "Première et rariss … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
2018-06-02 06:33:21
GAUDENSIS Jacobus Magdalius
" - Herice Quentel., Colonie (Cologne) 1506, in 4 (14,5x20cm), non paginé. A4 B4 C2 D4 E3 F4 G4 H4. [43f]., broché. - Très rare édition post incunable. La première édition est parue en 1505 , Une troisième édition en 1508 sera éditée au format in 8. La British Library possède seule ces trois exemplaires , aucune autre bibliothèque ne semble posséder un exemplaire de ce livre. Graesse ne donne que l'édition de 1506. Absent à Brunet. Edition imprimée en caractères gothiques. Belle mise en page, caractéristique de l'époque. Broché. Traces de colle le long du dos. Sans couverture. Un feuillet blanc, en fin d'ouvrage, après le texte, est manquant, il complète la collation à 44 f. Gaudensis fut Théologien et professeur (1470 Gauda-1520 Cologne). L'oeuvre littéraire de J. Gaudensis se dessine à travers l'utilisation experte des textes bibliques, qui forme à la fois la base et la frontière de sa création. L'ouvrage traite de la Passion du Christ de Albert dit le Grand, évêque de Ratisbone , la seconde partie concerne la Vierge. La passion est divisée en heures, de la hora matutinali à hora completorii suivant en cela le temps chrétien et le temps de l'église. Ses Oeuvres : Correctorium Bibliae cum difficilium quarundam dictionum luculenta interpretatione, Köln 1500, Aerarium aureum poetarum, ebd. 1502, Naumachia ecclesiastica, ebd. 1503, Passio magistralis D.N.J. Christi ex diversis ss. Ecclesiae doctorum sententiis postillata cum glossa interlineari b. Alberti M., ebd. 1506, Compendium Bibliae, in quo continenture 257 versus, quibus totus fere Bibliae textus comprehenditur, K … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Feu Follet [France, Paris]
2018-05-12 10:21:05
Balbus de Janua, Ioannes:
Venedig, Peter Liechtenstein, 6. X, 1506. 296 nn. Bl.. 2° (31 x 21 cm). Pergament d. Z.. STC IB S. 68; vgl. Brunet II, 501ff. Der Dominikaner J. Balbus aus Genua (deshalb: Januensis; starb ca. 1298) kompilierte um 1286 dieses "Catholicon", dessen Titel schon seinen umfassenden Anspruch dokumentiert; es ist das erste gedruckte Wörterbuch sowie das erste Druckwerk rein säkularen Inhalts überhaupt und geht ein auf Etymologie, Prosodie, Grammatik, Orthographie etc.; so sind im 5. Teil encyclopädisch mehr als 14000 Einträge aller Wissensgebiete aufgenommen. Schon die Inkunabelzeit zählt 24 Ausgaben (zuerst 1460; möglicherweise von und mit J. Gutenberg; vgl. F. Geldner, in: Homage to a bookman, S. 13), deren Druckgeschichte bei den früheren nicht restlos geklärt ist. Vorliegendes Exemplar ist aus der 5. und letzten von Liechtenstein gedruckten Ausgabe. Der Einfluß des Werkes dauerte über Jahrhunderte an. Einband unter Bewahrung des alten Materialbestandes restauriert (etwas fleckig und berieben); Titel mit alten Notizen; erste 8 Blatt mit hinterlegter Fußkante; erstes Drittel mit schwächer werdendem Wasserrand; einige Blatt mit Tintenfleck am Fuß; gering gebräunt; auf 3 Seiten der hinteren Vorsätze mit wohl zeitgenössischen Quadratnoten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2018-05-12 10:19:33
Balbus de Janua, Ioannes:
Venedig, Peter Liechtenstein, 6. X, 1506. 296 nn. Bl.. 2° (31 x 21 cm). Pergament d. Z.. STC IB S. 68; vgl. Brunet II, 501ff. Der Dominikaner J. Balbus aus Genua (deshalb: Januensis; starb ca. 1298) kompilierte um 1286 dieses "Catholicon", dessen Titel schon seinen umfassenden Anspruch dokumentiert; es ist das erste gedruckte Wörterbuch sowie das erste Druckwerk rein säkularen Inhalts überhaupt und geht ein auf Etymologie, Prosodie, Grammatik, Orthographie etc.; so sind im 5. Teil encyclopädisch mehr als 14000 Einträge aller Wissensgebiete aufgenommen. Schon die Inkunabelzeit zählt 24 Ausgaben (zuerst 1460; möglicherweise von und mit J. Gutenberg; vgl. F. Geldner, in: Homage to a bookman, S. 13), deren Druckgeschichte bei den früheren nicht restlos geklärt ist. Vorliegendes Exemplar ist aus der 5. und letzten von Liechtenstein gedruckten Ausgabe. Der Einfluß des Werkes dauerte über Jahrhunderte an. Einband unter Bewahrung des alten Materialbestandes restauriert (etwas fleckig und berieben); Titel mit alten Notizen; erste 8 Blatt mit hinterlegter Fußkante; erstes Drittel mit schwächer werdendem Wasserrand; einige Blatt mit Tintenfleck am Fuß; gering gebräunt; auf 3 Seiten der hinteren Vorsätze mit wohl zeitgenössischen Quadratnoten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2018-04-27 05:48:18
ARISTOTLE Commentary by Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples, Latin translation by Leonardo Bruni :
Paris ex officina Henrici Stephani, 1506.. FIRST EDITION 1506, small folio in eights, approximately 285 x 205 mm, 11¼ x 8¼ inches, title printed within decorative woodcut border with 2 children at the top holding back drapery revealing the arms of the University of Paris, Henri Estienne's initials in a small circle below, and in the double ruled border the following text: "Hec primaria est et castigatissima ex officina emissio", text in Latin, capital spaces to paragraphs with guide letters, a few small woodcut diagrams, leaves: (vi), 1-178, colophon on 178v, collation: A6, a-x8, y10. Bound in modern dark brown calf, triple blind ruled border to covers, raised bands to spine, no lettering or label, new cream endpapers. Spine faded extending slightly onto lower cover, a very small rectangular brown mark at fore-edge of title page, repeated on a further 10 leaves, purpose unknown (see image), a few small pale spots on B8, no loss, 2 tiny ink spots on 2 facing margins, occasional very pale small margin mark, 5 mm (½") chip to blank corner of m3 and y2, another slightly larger to v4 (paper flaws), another to fore-edge of o7. A very good sturdy copy. This is one of the first major works published by Henri Estienne, one of the first bearing his name on the title page. This was also one of the first works using his elegant Roman type. Brunet I, 469; STC Books printed in France etc. 1470-1600 in the British Library page 25. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
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2018-04-04 07:53:59
ARISTOTLE Commentary by Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples, Latin translation by Leonardo Bruni :
Paris ex officina Henrici Stephani, 1506.. FIRST EDITION 1506, small folio in eights, approximately 285 x 205 mm, 11¼ x 8¼ inches, title printed within decorative woodcut border with 2 children at the top holding back drapery revealing the arms of the University of Paris, Henri Estienne's initials in a small circle below, and in the double ruled border the following text: "Hec primaria est et castigatissima ex officina emissio", text in Latin, capital spaces to paragraphs with guide letters, a few small woodcut diagrams, leaves: (vi), 1-178, colophon on 178v, collation: A6, a-x8, y10. Bound in modern dark brown calf, triple blind ruled border to covers, raised bands to spine, no lettering or label, new cream endpapers. Spine faded extending slightly onto lower cover, a very small rectangular brown mark at fore-edge of title page, repeated on a further 10 leaves, purpose unknown (see image), a few small pale spots on B8, no loss, 2 tiny ink spots on 2 facing margins, occasional very pale small margin mark, 5 mm (½") chip to blank corner of m3 and y2, another slightly larger to v4 (paper flaws), another to fore-edge of o7. A very good sturdy copy. This is one of the first major works published by Henri Estienne, one of the first bearing his name on the title page. This was also one of the first works using his elegant Roman type. Brunet I, 469; STC Books printed in France etc. 1470-1600 in the British Library page 25. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
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2018-04-03 07:21:31
ARISTOTLE Commentary by Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples, Latin translation by Leonardo Bruni :
Paris ex officina Henrici Stephani, 1506.. FIRST EDITION 1506, small folio in eights, approximately 285 x 205 mm, 11¼ x 8¼ inches, title printed within decorative woodcut border with 2 children at the top holding back drapery revealing the arms of the University of Paris, Henri Estienne's initials in a small circle below, and in the double ruled border the following text: "Hec primaria est et castigatissima ex officina emissio", text in Latin, capital spaces to paragraphs with guide letters, a few small woodcut diagrams, leaves: (vi), 1-178, colophon on 178v, collation: A6, a-x8, y10. Bound in modern dark brown calf, triple blind ruled border to covers, raised bands to spine, no lettering or label, new cream endpapers. Spine faded extending slightly onto lower cover, a very small rectangular brown mark at fore-edge of title page, repeated on a further 10 leaves, purpose unknown (see image), a few small pale spots on B8, no loss, 2 tiny ink spots on 2 facing margins, occasional very pale small margin mark, 5 mm (½") chip to blank corner of m3 and y2, another slightly larger to v4 (paper flaws), another to fore-edge of o7. A very good sturdy copy. This is one of the first major works published by Henri Estienne, one of the first bearing his name on the title page. This was also one of the first works using his elegant Roman type. Brunet I, 469; STC Books printed in France etc. 1470-1600 in the British Library page 25. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
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2018-04-02 01:25:52
ARISTOTLE. Commentary by Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples, Latin translation by Leonardo Bruni.
Paris ex officina Henrici Stephani. FIRST EDITION 1506, small folio in eights, approximately 285 x 205 mm, 11¼ x 8¼ inches, title printed within decorative woodcut border with 2 children at the top holding back drapery revealing the arms of the University of Paris, Henri Estienne's initials in a small circle below, and in the double ruled border the following text: "Hec primaria est et castigatissima ex officina emissio", text in Latin, capital spaces to paragraphs with guide letters, a few small woodcut diagrams, leaves: (vi), 1-178, colophon on 178v, collation: A6, a-x8, y10. Bound in modern dark brown calf, triple blind ruled border to covers, raised bands to spine, no lettering or label, new cream endpapers. Spine faded extending slightly onto lower cover, a very small rectangular brown mark at fore-edge of title page, repeated on a further 10 leaves, purpose unknown (see image), a few small pale spots on B8, no loss, 2 tiny ink spots on 2 facing margins, occasional very pale small margin mark, 5 mm (½") chip to blank corner of m3 and y2, another slightly larger to v4 (paper flaws), another to fore-edge of o7. A very good sturdy copy. This is one of the first major works published by Henri Estienne, one of the first bearing his name on the title page. This was also one of the first works using his elegant Roman type. Brunet I, 469; STC Books printed in France etc. 1470-1600 in the British Library page 25. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-03-29 16:48:20
SENS
Troyes, Jean Lecoq, (entre 1506 et 1524). In-12. Collation : XLVII, (1) ff. Vélin. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ Très rare édition gothique, illustrée d'un joli bois gravé au verso du titre, montrant les officiers présentant ces coutumes à Louis XII. Le titre est orné d'un encadrement gravé avec la marque illustrée de Jean Lecoq. Caractères gothiques et initiales gravées. Le Répertoire bibliographique des livres imprimés en France au XVIe siècle, Troyes n°36 ne recense qu'un seul exemplaire de cette édition troyenne (à Châlons-sur-Marne). Cette même bibliographie date cette édition "vers 1540", ce qui est manifestement une erreur. La typographie apparaît bien plus ancienne et Jean Lecoq s'est établi à Troyes en 1506, il est mort en 1524. A la fin : "Imprimé à Troyes chez Jehan Lecoq, imprimeur et libraire, demourant devant Nostre dame." Le vélin de la reliure s'est rétracté et il y a un manque sur l'extérieur du premier plat. L'intérieur est très frais. *-------*.
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2018-03-20 20:54:15
ARISTOTLE. Commentary by Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples, Latin translation by Leonardo Bruni.:
Paris ex officina Henrici Stephani, 1506. FIRST EDITION 1506, small folio in eights, approximately 285 x 205 mm, 11¼ x 8¼ inches, title printed within decorative woodcut border with 2 children at the top holding back drapery revealing the arms of the University of Paris, Henri Estienne's initials in a small circle below, and in the double ruled border the following text: "Hec primaria est et castigatissima ex officina emissio", text in Latin, capital spaces to paragraphs with guide letters, a few small woodcut diagrams, leaves: (vi), 1-178, colophon on 178v, collation: A6, a-x8, y10. Bound in modern dark brown calf, triple blind ruled border to covers, raised bands to spine, no lettering or label, new cream endpapers. Spine faded extending slightly onto lower cover, a very small rectangular brown mark at fore-edge of title page, repeated on a further 10 leaves, purpose unknown (see image), a few small pale spots on B8, no loss, 2 tiny ink spots on 2 facing margins, occasional very pale small margin mark, 5 mm (½") chip to blank corner of m3 and y2, another slightly larger to v4 (paper flaws), another to fore-edge of o7. A very good sturdy copy. This is one of the first major works published by Henri Estienne, one of the first bearing his name on the title page. This was also one of the first works using his elegant Roman type. Brunet I, 469; STC Books printed in France etc. 1470-1600 in the British Library page 25. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2018-03-18 21:20:15
ARISTOTLE. Commentary by Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples, Latin translation by Leonardo Bruni.
Paris ex officina Henrici Stephani. FIRST EDITION 1506, small folio in eights, approximately 285 x 205 mm, 11¼ x 8¼ inches, title printed within decorative woodcut border with 2 children at the top holding back drapery revealing the arms of the University of Paris, Henri Estienne's initials in a small circle below, and in the double ruled border the following text: "Hec primaria est et castigatissima ex officina emissio", text in Latin, capital spaces to paragraphs with guide letters, a few small woodcut diagrams, leaves: (vi), 1-178, colophon on 178v, collation: A6, a-x8, y10. Bound in modern dark brown calf, triple blind ruled border to covers, raised bands to spine, no lettering or label, new cream endpapers. Spine faded extending slightly onto lower cover, a very small rectangular brown mark at fore-edge of title page, repeated on a further 10 leaves, purpose unknown (see image), a few small pale spots on B8, no loss, 2 tiny ink spots on 2 facing margins, occasional very pale small margin mark, 5 mm (½") chip to blank corner of m3 and y2, another slightly larger to v4 (paper flaws), another to fore-edge of o7. A very good sturdy copy. This is one of the first major works published by Henri Estienne, one of the first bearing his name on the title page. This was also one of the first works using his elegant Roman type. Brunet I, 469; STC Books printed in France etc. 1470-1600 in the British Library page 25. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-02-23 13:11:13
Richard von St. Victor:
Venedig, B. Fontane und J. Pentius, 1506 - 247 (v.248) nn. Bll. ( A1 to HH4 ) Einband leicht berieben und bestossen, Einband etwas fleckig, Außengelenk einseitig auf ca. 5 cm angeplatzt. Vorsatz mit handschriftlichen Besitzvermerk und Vermerken in Bleistift. Oberer Rand knapp beschnitten, bei 4 Blatt bis in die Überschrift reichend, ein Blatt am oberen Rand mit Einriss und ca. 2 mm großen Fehlstelle. Durchgehend schwacher Feuchtigkeitsrand, vereinzelt etwas fleckig oder leicht gebräunt, Buchblock hinten angebrochen, hinterer Vorsatz gewellt,durchgestrichener Vermerk unter Impressum. . Es fehlt das Blatt mit der Druckermarke. Insgesamt noch guter Zustand. Richard von St. Viktor war Pariser Augustinerchorherr und Theologe geb. um 1110; † 16. März 1173 in Paris. la Gewicht in Gramm: 284 Pergamenteinband, handschriftlicher Rückentitel, ca. 14,5 x 10,5 cm
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