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2020-07-31 20:48:49
LILIANI, Giovanni Battista (ca. 1470-1550)
Manfredo de Bonis de Monferrato, 1507. THE QUEEN OF CYPRUS "What name was that the little girl sang forth? / Kate? The Cornaro, doubtless, who renounced / The Crown of Cyprus to be lady here / At Asolo, where still her memory stays, / And peasants sing how once a certain page / Pined for the grace of her" (R. Browning, Pippa passes, Portland, ME, 1902, p. 44). 4to (207x153 mm). [10] leaves. Collation: A6 B4. Later limp vellum, upper blank margin of the title page expertly repaired, some very light spots, but an attractive copy. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION of this poem celebrating the town of Asolo (in the Veneto region near Treviso) under the sovereignty (1489-1509) of Caterina Cornaro, Queen of Cyprus (cf. L. Comacchio, Splendore di Asolo ai tempi della Regina Cornaro in un poemetto latino di G.B. Liliani, Castelfranco Veneto, 1969, passim). "A poem published in Venice in 1507, De situ et laudibus Asili oppidi Serenissimae Regine Cornelie by Giambattista Liliani, praised the landscape of Asolo in more full-blown Arcadian language. Liliani was a young student of canon and civil law in Padua when he composed the poem, which was dedicated to Giovanni Colbertaldo of Asolo. The poet begins with reference to an earlier, now lost work Emniades, apparently of more overt pastoral and georgic subject matter. But for the present work, Liliani envisages a more elevated mode. Indeed, De situ et laudibus Asili follows in a tradition of rhetorical descriptions extending back to Aelius Aristides' second century Panathaicus and revived by Leonardo Bruni in his Laudatio Florentinae Urbis. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [Italy]
2020-07-31 06:57:03
Quintus Curtius Rufus
Florence, Italy: Filippo Giunta, 1507. Good condition. [QUINTUS CURTIUS RUFUS]. De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni Regis Macedonum. Impressum Florentiae: Opera et Impensa Philippi Giuntae Bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis M.D.VII. Mense Decembri [Dec. 1507]. Hardcover. First Giunta Edition. Octavo (155 x 105mm). 167 leaves. Terminal blank. Signatures: pi⁸ a-t⁸ u⁶. Imprint from colophon: 'Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis. M.D.VII. Mense Decembri'. Printed by Filippo Giunta (1450-1517), founder of the House of Giunta in Florence. Bound in later stiff vellum, spine lettered in red. Caption title from leaf a¹: "Q. Curtii de rebus gestis Alexandri Magni regis Macedonum ...". Preliminaries by Pietro Bargeo (Pietro Angèli), and Luca della Robbia (Editor). Latin text in italic type. Simple title-page. Index at front. Errata on last two leaves. Spaces for capitals with guide letters. Leaves numbered in manuscript to top right of rectos. Condition: GOOD. Collated complete. Binding secure. Covers generally clean. Top edge slightly cropped. Light scattered foxing. Occasional old marginalia. Two small tracks in the margin affecting 12 leaves but not touching text. Rare post-incunabulum. Paypal only. Worldwide tracked shipping. Dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-07-29 17:55:12
LILIANI, Giovanni Battista (ca. 1470-1550)
Venice: Manfredo de Bonis de Monferrato, 1507. THE QUEEN OF CYPRUS"What name was that the little girl sang forth? / Kate? The Cornaro, doubtless, who renounced / The Crown of Cyprus to be lady here / At Asolo, where still her memory stays, / And peasants sing how once a certain page / Pined for the grace of her" (R. Browning, Pippa passes, Portland, ME, 1902, p. 44).4to (207x153 mm). [10] leaves. Collation: A6 B4. Later limp vellum, upper blank margin of the title page expertly repaired, some very light spots, but an attractive copy.EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION of this poem celebrating the town of Asolo (in the Veneto region near Treviso) under the sovereignty (1489-1509) of Caterina Cornaro, Queen of Cyprus (cf. L. Comacchio, Splendore di Asolo ai tempi della Regina Cornaro in un poemetto latino di G.B. Liliani, Castelfranco Veneto, 1969, passim)."A poem published in Venice in 1507, De situ et laudibus Asili oppidi Serenissimae Regine Cornelie by Giambattista Liliani, praised the landscape of Asolo in more full-blown Arcadian language. Liliani was a young student of canon and civil law in Padua when he composed the poem, which was dedicated to Giovanni Colbertaldo of Asolo. The poet begins with reference to an earlier, now lost work Emniades, apparently of more overt pastoral and georgic subject matter. But for the present work, Liliani envisages a more elevated mode. Indeed, De situ et laudibus Asili follows in a tradition of rhetorical descriptions extending back to Aelius Aristides' second century Panathaicus and revived by Leonardo Bruni in his Laudatio Florentinae Urb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Govi Rare Books LLC [United States]
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2020-07-29 15:45:52
LILIANI, Giovanni Battista (ca. 1470-1550)
Venezia, Manfredo de Bonis de Monferrato, 1507. THE QUEEN OF CYPRUS "What name was that the little girl sang forth? / Kate? The Cornaro, doubtless, who renounced / The Crown of Cyprus to be lady here / At Asolo, where still her memory stays, / And peasants sing how once a certain page / Pined for the grace of her" (R. Browning, Pippa passes, Portland, ME, 1902, p. 44). 4to (207x153 mm). [10] leaves. Collation: A6 B4. Later limp vellum, upper blank margin of the title page expertly repaired, some very light spots, but an attractive copy. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION of this poem celebrating the town of Asolo (in the Veneto region near Treviso) under the sovereignty (1489-1509) of Caterina Cornaro, Queen of Cyprus (cf. L. Comacchio, Splendore di Asolo ai tempi della Regina Cornaro in un poemetto latino di G.B. Liliani, Castelfranco Veneto, 1969, passim). "A poem published in Venice in 1507, De situ et laudibus Asili oppidi Serenissimae Regine Cornelie by Giambattista Liliani, praised the landscape of Asolo in more full-blown Arcadian language. Liliani was a young student of canon and civil law in Padua when he composed the poem, which was dedicated to Giovanni Colbertaldo of Asolo. The poet begins with reference to an earlier, now lost work Emniades, apparently of more overt pastoral and georgic subject matter. But for the present work, Liliani envisages a more elevated mode. Indeed, De situ et laudibus Asili follows in a tradition of rhetorical descriptions extending back to Aelius Aristides' second century Panathaicus and revived by Leonardo Bruni in his Laudatio Florentina … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2020-07-27 15:46:10
ASTLEY, John.
[8], 79, [1] pp.Rare first (and only early) edition of one of the earliest English treatises on horsemanship, by John Astley (ca. 1507-1596), derived in part from Xenophon, Federico Grisone and other authors, and in part from Astley's own experience. Though sometimes described as an English translation of Xenophon's treatise (in English called On horsemanship), Astley's own contributions make it more than that. While nearly all early works on horsemanship seem harsh today and some even sadistic, Astley (like Xenophon) favoured persuasion over brutality. With the first three leaves somewhat browned and their upper outside corners skilfully and unobtrusively restored, slightly affecting the corner of one headpiece and a few letters of the text, and a tear in the fourth leaf restored without loss, but otherwise in good condition, with only an occasional minor blemish. A rare classic of horsemanship deserving pride of place in any collection on the subject.l Dejager, Great books on horsemanship (2014), 38; Huth, p. 11; Podeschi 12; STC 884 (8 complete & 2 incomplete copies).
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-13 19:37:05
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius
Rome,: [Colophon:] Explicat Planisphaerium Ptholemai recognitum diligentissime a Marco Beneventano Monacho Caelestinorum quod antea in multis etia antiquis exemplaribus latinus corruptissimum reperiebantur. Nec nõ Claudii Ptholemai a plurimis uiris utriusqß linguae doctiss. emendatu cum multis additionibus Rome Novitur impressum per Bernadinu Venetu de Vitalibus. Expesis Evagelista Tossino Brixiano Bibliopola. Impante Iulio II. Pont. Max Anno. III. Potificatus sui Die VIII. Septebr M.D.VII., 1507. 1507. Folio (403 by 275mm). 200 leaves, one of which is blank, comprising letterpress title, index, and text in double columns with 52 lines to a full column on 107 leaves, followed by one blank leaf, ornamental initials and woodcut diagrams in the text and full page woodcut "Sphaero in plano" on N1 recto, 6 leaves (of 14 of the “orbis nova descriptio” by Beneventanus normally found in the fourth (1508) edition), 34 double-page copper engraved maps on 68 leaves (one folding), and the treatise “De Locis” in 20 leaves, area of restoration to lower right corner of title, iron-gall ink marginalia (mainly confined to corrections on M8 recto and verso, and the addition of modern titles to the suite of 26 Ptolemaic “ancient” maps), relief shown pictorially, major toponyms underlined in manuscript in red ink on all maps (except that of the modern world), small area of early colour to relief in Arabian Peninsula on “Sexta Asiae”, “Quinta Europe” and “Sexta Europe” with old paper reinforcement on verso at centrefold, “Quarta Asiae”, “Duodecima et Vltima”, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2020-07-02 00:21:27
1507. SELTENE AUSGABE (2 WERKE IN DEUTSCH & 1 WERK IN LATEIN) Sammelband mit seltenen geistlichen Schriften des 16. Jahrhunderts Buchformat: 19,5cm x 14cm. Restaurierter Ledereinband des 18. Jahrhunderts unter Verwendung der alten Decken (Rücken erneuert, Ecken leicht bestossen, schwach fleckig). ENTHÄLT IM EINZELNEN: 1. [Mülich, Heinrich.] [Christenliche vermanung und unterricht wie zu disen geferlichen letztsten zeitten die Christgläubigen Menschen... zu unterweisen seien.] (Prag, Bartholomeus Netholitzer, 1546). [10] (von 14) Bllatt Es fehlen der Titel und drei weitere Blatt. 2. Hillebrant, Michael. Von den letzten fehrlichen gezeitten aus Gottlicher Schrifft. (Dresden, Wolfgang Stöckel, 1535). [33] Blatt 3. [Plantsch, Martin]. [Opusculum de sagis maleficis]. (Pforzheim, Thomas Anshelm, 1507). [46] (st. 49) Blatt. Es fehlen der Titel und drei weitere Blatt. Interessante Sammlung in insgesamt guter Erhaltung; die ersten zwei Blatt der ersten Schrift mit neu bestückten Ecken (geringer Buchstabenverlust). Die zweite Schrift mit einigen Marginalien und Unterstreichungen von alter Hand in roter Tinte. Provenienz: mit gest. Exlibris aus dem 18. Jahrhundert des Reichenberger Dekanats Anton Kopsch. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: antiquarischekostbarkeit (welsprofi) [Balmberg, Switzerland]
2020-06-19 12:34:03
Quintus Curtius Rufus
Florence, Italy: Filippo Giunta, 1507. Good condition. [QUINTUS CURTIUS RUFUS]. De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni Regis Macedonum. Impressum Florentiae: Opera et Impensa Philippi Giuntae Bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis M.D.VII. Mense Decembri [Dec. 1507]. Hardcover. First Giunta Edition. Octavo (155 x 105mm). 167 leaves. Terminal blank. Signatures: pi⁸ a-t⁸ u⁶. Imprint from colophon: 'Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis. M.D.VII. Mense Decembri'. Printed by Filippo Giunta (1450-1517), founder of the House of Giunta in Florence. Bound in later stiff vellum, spine lettered in red. Caption title from leaf a¹: "Q. Curtii de rebus gestis Alexandri Magni regis Macedonum ...". Preliminaries by Pietro Bargeo (Pietro Angèli), and Luca della Robbia (Editor). Latin text in italic type. Simple title-page. Index at front. Errata on last two leaves. Spaces for capitals with guide letters. Leaves numbered in manuscript to top right of rectos. Condition: GOOD. Collated complete. Binding secure. Covers generally clean. Top edge slightly cropped. Light scattered foxing. Occasional old marginalia. Two small tracks in the margin affecting 12 leaves but not touching text. Rare post-incunabulum. Paypal only. Worldwide tracked shipping. Dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-06-18 18:38:10
Dürer, Albrecht (1471-1528).
Nürnberg, 1507. Jeweils in der Platte monogrammiert u. datiert. I. Meder 3 c. - Wenige dünne Stellen, geschlossener kl. Einriß unten. - II. Meder 12 a-b. - Rückseitig mit gekröntem Sammlerstempel, sehr schöner kräftiger Abzug. - III. Meder 17 c-d. - Wenige dünne Stellen. - "Für Dürer war die Darstellung der Leiden Christi ein Hauptanliegen seiner Kunst. Drei abgeschlossene Folgen seines druckgraphischen Werkes widmete er der Passion. Neben den Holzschnitten der 'Großen' und 'Kleinen Passion' entstand zwischen 1507 und 1512 die sog. Kupferstichpassion. Diese setzt sich aus 16 datierten Blättern in kleinem, eleganten Hochformat zusammen. Sie ist in einem Zeitraum von sechs Jahren in loser, nicht der Erzählung der Passionsgeschichte folgender Reihenfolge entstanden. Das Szenarium ist zurückhaltend, Anekdotisches oder die Zahl der Akteure sind auf ein Minimum reduziert. Aus der Untersicht wird der Betrachter zu einem Zeugen der Ereignisse, die ihm nahegerückt, ohne Einfassungslinie vorgestellt werden. Sicherlich waren es auch marktstrategische Überlegungen, die Dürer zur Herausgabe einer Folge im Kupferstich anspornten. Die subtilen, versiert gestochenen Blätter zielten auf ein gebildetes Publikum ab und versprachen einen hohen Preis auf dem Markt. Auch weil die 'Kupferstichpassion', anders als die Passionen im Holzschnitt oder das 'Marienleben' ohne erklärenden Begleittext herausgegeben wurde, hat man sie als Stück für den Sammler gesehen, das 'von Kunstliebhabern genossen, statt von Frommen gelesen werden sollte'." (Anna Scherbaum, in: Schoch/Mende/Scherbaum, Dürer. Das druck … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Haufe & Lutz [Karlsruhe, Germany]
2020-06-15 09:52:12
WIMPFELING, Jakob (Jacobus WIMPHELINGIUS).
Ad Julium. II. Po[n]tifice[m] Max[imum]. Querulosa excusatio Jacobi Wimphelingii ad instantiam fratru[m] Augustine[n]sium ad curiam romana[m] citati: ut propria in persona ibide[m] compareat: proptereaq[ue] scripsit divum Augustinum non fuisse monachum vel fratrem mendicante[m].[Strasbourg, Jean Prüss the elder, ca. 1507]. 4to (21 x 15 cm). With a large woodcut decorated initial. Set in 2 sizes of roman type with a few words in a large textura gothic type. With the initial coloured brown by an early hand. Boards covered with grey laid paper (1940s?). [7], [1 blank] pp. First and only edition of a poem in Latin verse by the Alsatian humanist theologian Jacob Wimpfeling (1450-1528), addressed to Pope Julius II, defending himself against accusations made by the Augustines. He had claimed (in 1504?) that Saint Augustine was not actually a monk and that one could lead a good Christian life without joining an order. This was not taken well and the Pope called him to Rome. The Pope remained unconvinced by Wimpfeling's present defence but did excuse him from the arduous journey to Rome due to his poverty and poor health. His opponents apparently thought him not so dangerous and finally left him in peace. He later returned to controversy: after Pope Leo X excommunicated Martin Luther in 1521 Wimpfeling tried to convince him to lift the excommunication, though he finally deferred to the Church.With the colouring of the initial offset onto the facing (blank) page, and with a manuscript note in a similarly coloured ink. In very good condition and with large margins. A window into strif … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-05-31 07:25:01
AN ILLUMINATED VELLUM MANUSCRIPT LEAF FROM A LECTERN BIBLE IN LATIN, WITH A VERY LARGE AND STRIKING HISTORIATED INITIAL
Germany [possibly Augsburg], 1507 or slightly later. 417 x 273 mm. (16 3/8 x 10 3/4"). Double column, 34 lines in a fine gothic book hand. Rubrics in red, capitals struck in red and occasionally in blue, running titles in red, and A 10-LINE (90 mm.) HISTORIATED "P" DEPICTING ELIJAH ORDERING FIRE FROM HEAVEN, the prophet pictured sitting high on a hillside with a group of soldiers and horses below in a verdant valley with hills and rocky outcroppings, flames erupting from the sky and raining down on soldiers, the initial decoratively painted in gray tones and in a bevelled frame of gold and red on embellished green ground, with its ascender and descender stylized into acanthus leaf extensions, margins around the initial with five large gold bezants and penwork embellishments. See: Gwara, "Otto Ege's Manuscripts," HL No. 44; Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture, p. 269. Small portion of upper corner torn away and repaired (not affecting text and as with all extant leaves from this volume), remnants of mounting tape along one edge, gold of one bezant rubbed away, some general soiling and marginal staining to the fore edge, penwork embellishment smudged in one place, but THE INITIAL IN VERY FINE CONDITION, the margins generous, and the text clean and legible. Featuring a beautifully preserved initial very probably done by master illuminator Leonhard Beck, this handsome leaf comes from a large and luxuriously illustrated multi-volume lectern Bible, part of which now resides at the Walters Art Museum (MS W. 805). Like our leaf, the Walters' volume (comprised o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
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2020-05-27 23:08:10
Lefèvre d'Étaples, Jacques [Faber Stapulensis]; Clichtove, Josse van [Judocus Clichtoveus]; Caesarius, Johannes; Bovelles, Charles de; Campanus, Johannes Antonius; Busche, Hermann von dem; Augustine of Hippo; Jordanus Nemorarius
[Heinrich Quentel (heirs of)], [Köln (Cologne)], 1507. First edition (under this title, and collection of the texts), second as Lefèvre's Epitome (1503, Paris). In later cardboard. Title lettered in ink to the spine. Wide margin copy. Coll: A-D6 E-F4; ff. [32]. Extremely scarce Cologne edition of "Lefevre's Epitome" and other mathematical treatises, the first edition of this combination of the texts. Includes Bovelles' Epitome rerum geometricarum the earliest study on geometry by a French writer. An uncommon Cologne edition of this early collection of treatises on arithmetic, geometry, and astronomy intended for the use of university students. The book contains the French humanist and theologian Jacques Lefèvre d'Étaples' (1455-1536) introduction to the works of Boethius and Jordanus, together with treatises by his disciples: Josse van Clichtove's (1472-1543) Ars suppuntandi; Johannes Caesarius' (1468-1550) a prologue on geometry; and Charles de Bovelles' (c. 1475-1566) Epitome rerum geometricarum which is regarded as the earliest study on geometry by a French writer. The book also includes excerpts from De musica by Augistine, and De quadratura circuli demostratio by Campanus (c. 1429-1477), as well as poems by Hermann von dem Busche (1468-1534) and Caesarius, who is also the author of the text of the dedication to Heinrich Einhorn (Monoceros). A somewhat different collection of texts was published in 1503 in Paris, (Epitome compendiosaque introductio in libros arithmeticos did Severini Boetii [.]; Wolfgang Hopyl and Henri Étienne), which is considered as the first edition … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Földvári Books [Budapest, Hungary]
2020-05-23 07:49:41
Quintus Curtius Rufus
Florence, Italy: Filippo Giunta, 1507. Good condition. [QUINTUS CURTIUS RUFUS]. De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni Regis Macedonum. Impressum Florentiae: Opera et Impensa Philippi Giuntae Bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis M.D.VII. Mense Decembri [Dec. 1507]. Hardcover. First Giunta Edition. Octavo (155 x 105mm). 167 leaves. Terminal blank. Signatures: pi⁸ a-t⁸ u⁶. Imprint from colophon: 'Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis. M.D.VII. Mense Decembri'. Printed by Filippo Giunta (1450-1517), founder of the House of Giunta in Florence. Bound in later stiff vellum, spine lettered in red. Caption title from leaf a¹: "Q. Curtii de rebus gestis Alexandri Magni regis Macedonum ...". Preliminaries by Pietro Bargeo (Pietro Angèli), and Luca della Robbia (Editor). Latin text in italic type. Simple title-page. Index at front. Errata on last two leaves. Spaces for capitals with guide letters. Leaves numbered in manuscript to top right of rectos. Condition: GOOD. Collated complete. Binding secure. Covers generally clean. Top edge slightly cropped. Light scattered foxing. Occasional old marginalia. Two small tracks in the margin affecting 12 leaves but not touching text. Rare post-incunabulum. Paypal only. Worldwide tracked shipping. Dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-05-14 12:34:09
AN ILLUMINATED VELLUM MANUSCRIPT LEAF FROM A LECTERN BIBLE IN LATIN, WITH A VERY LARGE AND STRIKING HISTORIATED INITIAL
Germany [possibly Augsburg]: , 1507 or slightly later. Germany [possibly Augsburg], 1507 or slightly later. 417 x 273 mm. (16 3/8 x 10 3/4"). Double column, 34 lines in a fine gothic book hand. Rubrics in red, capitals struck in red and occasionally in blue, running titles in red, and A 10-LINE (90 mm.) HISTORIATED "P" DEPICTING ELIJAH ORDERING FIRE FROM HEAVEN, the prophet pictured sitting high on a hillside with a group of soldiers and horses below in a verdant valley with hills and rocky outcroppings, flames erupting from the sky and raining down on soldiers, the initial decoratively painted in gray tones and in a bevelled frame of gold and red on embellished green ground, with its ascender and descender stylized into acanthus leaf extensions, margins around the initial with five large gold bezants and penwork embellishments.See: Gwara, "Otto Ege's Manuscripts," HL No. 44; Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture, p. 269. Small portion of upper corner torn away and repaired (not affecting text and as with all extant leaves from this volume), remnants of mounting tape along one edge, gold of one bezant rubbed away, some general soiling and marginal staining to the fore edge, penwork embellishment smudged in one place, but THE INITIAL IN VERY FINE CONDITION, the margins generous, and the text clean and legible.Featuring a beautifully preserved initial very probably done by master illuminator Leonhard Beck, this handsome leaf comes from a large and luxuriously illustrated multi-volume lectern Bible, part of which now resides at the Walters Art Museum (MS W. 805) … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
2020-05-09 23:36:10
Hispanus, Petrus (Papst Johannes XXI.).
Köln, Heinrich Quentel (Erben), 1507. Erstmals 1480 unter dem Titel „Copulata omnium tractatuum Petri Hyspani" erschienen. - Der Verfasser (1205-1277) war ein portugiesischer Arzt, Verfasser medizinischer Schriften, Diakon und Erzdiakon. Vom 15. September 1276 bis zu seinem Tode am 20. Mai 1277 war er Papst der römisch-katholischen Kirche. - Einband etw. berieben, bestoßen u. fleckig. Rückenkanten an den Kapitalen angebrochen, Deckel leicht geworfen. Schließen fehlen. Innendeckel m. drei Exlibris. Titel m. alt gestrichenem Besitzvermerk u. altem Eintrag. Vereinzelte kl. Wurmlöcher bzw. Knickspuren. Ecken der ersten u. letzten Bll. m. kl. Löchern bzw. Rostflecken durch die innen etw. durchschlagenden Stifte der Eckbeschläge (ohne Textberührung). Tlw. schwach fleckig. - VD16, J 657; BM STC, German Books 457 (Ausgabe 1496); nicht bei Adams. la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 4°. Mit 3 (1 ganzs.) Textholzschnitten. 346 nn. Bll., Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln a. 3 Bünden m. etw. späterem goldgepr. Rückenschild, abgeschrägten Kanten u. 10 Metallbeschlägen. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2020-04-26 21:35:08
Rodericus Sanchez de Arévalo
1507. Strassburg, J. Brüss, 1507. Kl.-folio. (14) Bl., XCI Bl. Mit hübschen Holzschnittinitialen. Pergamentband aus der Zeit mit erneuerten Vorsätzen. VD16 R 2700. – Adams R 646. – Palau 272030. – Muller 18,53. – Erste Ausgabe nach 1500. Wurde erstmals 1468 gedruckt und war, mit dem Beromünster Nachdruck von 1472, eines der ersten gedruckten Bücher in der Schweiz. Es war das erste Werk mit einem Kapitel zur Medizin. Als Enzyklopädie geschrieben, gibt es einen Abriss über die gesamte Gelehrsamkeit seiner Zeit mit Kapiteln über Mathematik, Astronomie, Musik u. a. Der Verfasser war spanischer Priester, geboren in der Nähe von Segovia 1404, gestorben in Rom 1470. Die vorliegende Ausgabe mit Widmungsgedichten von Sebastian Brand, Jakob Wimpfeling, Beatus Rhenanus u. a. – Zu Beginn mit vielen Wurmlöchern, gegen Ende nur noch vereinzelt. Papier durchgehend leicht gebräunt. Mit einigen zeitgenössischen Anstreichungen. Einbanddeckel verzogen.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Switzerland]
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2020-04-26 16:08:04
ROSENHEIM PETRUS VON.
Pforzheim, Thomas Badiensis cognomenato Anshelmi, 1507. In-4°; 18 cc., 15 legni a piena pagina, marca editoriale al recto dell'ultima; piccola porzione del margine esterno delle ultime due carte abilmente restaurata. Legatura in tutta pergamena novecentesca, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Ex libris Leonard Baskin's Lurley Manor e Fort Hill al contropiatto frontale. Rara edizione arricchita da 15 fantasiose illustrazioni mnemotecniche con figure esoteriche e allegoriche (3 per il Vangelo di Giovanni, 5 per quello di Matteo, 3 per quello di Marco e 4 per quello di Luca). I versi latini del monaco benedettino di Melk, Petrus von Rosenheim, accompagnano le illustrazioni e ne offrono una guida alla lettura. Ogni componimento comincia con la lettera dell'alfabeto corrispondente al numero indicato sui legni. Testo e immagine divengono così un metodo per memorizzare gli episodi biblici narrati nei Vangeli. La simbologia dell'apparato iconografico include alcuni oggetti di grande interesse, come molti strumenti musicali, oltre a uno specchio e a diversi animali, a crani, chiavi e strumenti d'ogni tipo. Le immagini sono riprese dal celebre opuscolo xilografico "Ars Memorandi". Dopo aver lavorato come stampatore a Strasburgo, Tubinga e Hagenau, Thomas Anshelm approdò a Pforzheim, dove aprì una propria tipografia nel 1500. Young, Bibliography of Memory, p. 279. Adams P-926. Brunet I, 499-500.
Bookseller: Mediolanum [Italy]
2020-04-15 13:25:08
Hispanus, Petrus (Papst Johannes XXI.)
Köln, Heinrich Quentel (Erben), 1507. 4°. Mit 3 (1 ganzs.) Textholzschnitten. 346 nn. Bll., Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln a. 3 Bünden m. etw. späterem goldgepr. Rückenschild, abgeschrägten Kanten u. 10 Metallbeschlägen. Erstmals 1480 unter dem Titel ?Copulata omnium tractatuum Petri Hyspani? erschienen. - Der Verfasser (1205-1277) war ein portugiesischer Arzt, Verfasser medizinischer Schriften, Diakon und Erzdiakon. Vom 15. September 1276 bis zu seinem Tode am 20. Mai 1277 war er Papst der römisch-katholischen Kirche. - Einband etw. berieben, bestoßen u. fleckig. Rückenkanten an den Kapitalen angebrochen, Deckel leicht geworfen. Schließen fehlen. Innendeckel m. drei Exlibris. Titel m. alt gestrichenem Besitzvermerk u. altem Eintrag. Vereinzelte kl. Wurmlöcher bzw. Knickspuren. Ecken der ersten u. letzten Bll. m. kl. Löchern bzw. Rostflecken durch die innen etw. durchschlagenden Stifte der Eckbeschläge (ohne Textberührung). Tlw. schwach fleckig. - VD16, J 657; BM STC, German Books 457 (Ausgabe 1496); nicht bei Adams.
Bookseller: Grazer Buch- und Kunstantiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2020-04-03 09:44:27
TORRENTINUS (Hermann Van Beek, dit).
(à la fin:) Argentine (Strasbourg), Johann Prüs, 1507. 2 parties en 1 volume in-4. 6ff. LXXXVIff. + 52ff. Plein vélin souple du temps. Commentaire de Torrentinus sur la grammaire d'Alexandre de Villedieu, composée au 13e siècle et qui fut l'un des premiers ouvrages pédagogiques diffusés massivement à travers l'imprimerie. Le grammairien hollandais Hermann Van Beek, dit Torrentinus, fut l'un des meilleurs grammairiens de son temps. Le présent ouvrage avait vu le jour pour la première fois à Deventer en 1503. Cette édition strasbourgeoise fut exécutée par le grand imprimeur Johann Prüss en deux parties imprimées séparément et qui se trouvent rarement réunies. Petit découpage réparé anciennement dans la marge supérieure d'un feuillet. Initiales des titres coloriées anciennement en vert, table sommairement rubriquée en rouge. Trace de mouillure à quelques feuillets en début de volume. Bon exemplaire par ailleurs, dans son parchemin original de réemploi et annoté par un lecteur du temps.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-03-15 07:41:28
Quintus Curtius Rufus
Florence, Italy: Filippo Giunta, 1507. Good condition. [QUINTUS CURTIUS RUFUS]. De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni Regis Macedonum. Impressum Florentiae: Opera et Impensa Philippi Giuntae Bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis M.D.VII. Mense Decembri [Dec. 1507]. Hardcover. First Giunta Edition. Octavo (155 x 105mm). 167 leaves. Terminal blank. Signatures: pi⁸ a-t⁸ u⁶. Imprint from colophon: 'Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis. M.D.VII. Mense Decembri'. Printed by Filippo Giunta (1450-1517), founder of the House of Giunta in Florence. Bound in later stiff vellum, spine lettered in red. Caption title from leaf a¹: "Q. Curtii de rebus gestis Alexandri Magni regis Macedonum ...". Preliminaries by Pietro Bargeo (Pietro Angèli), and Luca della Robbia (Editor). Latin text in italic type. Simple title-page. Index at front. Errata on last two leaves. Spaces for capitals with guide letters. Leaves numbered in manuscript to top right of rectos. Condition: GOOD. Collated complete. Binding secure. Covers generally clean. Top edge slightly cropped. Light scattered foxing. Occasional old marginalia. Two small tracks in the margin affecting 12 leaves but not touching text. Rare post-incunabulum. Paypal only. Worldwide tracked shipping. Dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-03-02 20:24:01
Articella: - Jacobus
Colophon: Impresum venetiis per Petrum bergomensem de quarengiis. MCCCCC. VII, (1507), 8, 280 Bl., 1 blattgr. Textholzschnitt und zahlr. Holzschnitt Initialien Pergamentband d.Zt Titelblatt in Faksimile feines Expl. This 'medical bible' (from the 11th to the 16th century) is a collection of different medical treatises by Greek and Arab doctors translated into Latin. It was frequently reprinted but the best editions are those published after 1505, since they are far more complete than those of the 15th century. Full Title: In hoc volumine continentur: Liber Hysagoge Joannitii. Liber Phylareti de pulsibus. Liber Theophili de urinis. Iusiurandum Hippocratis. Liber prognosticorum Hippocratis. Liber aphorismorum Damasceni. FLosculi in Medicina ex Cor. Cel. extracti. Liber techn. Galeni. Avicennae In theoricas Cantica Avicennae. Textus noni Almasoris de egritudinibus a capitte usque ad pedes / collecta Jacobi de Partibus in medicina pro anathomia "Goth. Druck mit Signatur ohne Blattzahl und Custos, 44. Zeil., 280 Bl., auf Bl. 275 b der Aderlassmann Bl. 279b Schlussschrift und Lagenregister Bl. 280 a der Brief des Rusticus Placentinus, theoricae medicinae in Ticinensi gymnasio lector ordinarius, an den Arzt Ambrosius varisius rosatus, welcher Brief wohl schon in der vorigen Ausgabe steht: ... woraus man sieht das Rusticus Placentinus die pavienser Ausgabe besorgt habe. Der Inhalt ist (nach dem Werke selbst bestimmt, denn das Inhaltsverzeichniss Bl. 1a ist nicht vollständig): Isagoge Joannitii Philaret. de puls., Theophil. de urin, Jusjurand. Hipp., Prognost. Hipp., Ap … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-02 08:11:53
Quintus Curtius Rufus
Florence, Italy: Filippo Giunta, 1507. Good condition. [QUINTUS CURTIUS RUFUS]. De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni Regis Macedonum. Impressum Florentiae: Opera et Impensa Philippi Giuntae Bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis M.D.VII. Mense Decembri [Dec. 1507]. Hardcover. First Giunta Edition. Octavo (155 x 105mm). 167 leaves. Terminal blank. Signatures: pi⁸ a-t⁸ u⁶. Imprint from colophon: 'Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis. M.D.VII. Mense Decembri'. Printed by Filippo Giunta (1450-1517), founder of the House of Giunta in Florence. Bound in later stiff vellum, spine lettered in red. Caption title from leaf a¹: "Q. Curtii de rebus gestis Alexandri Magni regis Macedonum ...". Preliminaries by Pietro Bargeo (Pietro Angèli), and Luca della Robbia (Editor). Latin text in italic type. Simple title-page. Index at front. Errata on last two leaves. Spaces for capitals with guide letters. Leaves numbered in manuscript to top right of rectos. Condition: GOOD. Collated complete. Binding secure. Covers generally clean. Top edge slightly cropped. Light scattered foxing. Occasional old marginalia. Two small tracks in the margin affecting 12 leaves but not touching text. Rare post-incunabulum. Paypal only. Worldwide tracked shipping. Dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-29 15:07:08
Hispanus, Petrus (Papst Johannes XXI.).
Köln, Heinrich Quentel (Erben), 1507. 4. Mit 3 (1 ganzs.) Textholzschnitten. 346 nn. Bll., Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln a. 3 Bünden m. etw. späterem goldgepr. Rückenschild, abgeschrägten Kanten u. 10 Metallbeschlägen. Erstmals 1480 unter dem Titel Copulata omnium tractatuum Petri Hyspani erschienen. - Der Verfasser (1205-1277) war ein portugiesischer Arzt, Verfasser medizinischer Schriften, Diakon und Erzdiakon. Vom 15. September 1276 bis zu seinem Tode am 20. Mai 1277 war er Papst der römisch-katholischen Kirche. - Einband etw. berieben, bestoßen u. fleckig. Rückenkanten an den Kapitalen angebrochen, Deckel leicht geworfen. Schließen fehlen. Innendeckel m. drei Exlibris. Titel m. alt gestrichenem Besitzvermerk u. altem Eintrag. Vereinzelte kl. Wurmlöcher bzw. Knickspuren. Ecken der ersten u. letzten Bll. m. kl. Löchern bzw. Rostflecken durch die innen etw. durchschlagenden Stifte der Eckbeschläge (ohne Textberührung). Tlw. schwach fleckig. - VD16, J 657 BM STC, German Books 457 (Ausgabe 1496) nicht bei Adams.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2020-02-27 07:42:30
Quintus Curtius Rufus
Florence, Italy: Filippo Giunta, 1507. Good condition. [QUINTUS CURTIUS RUFUS]. De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni Regis Macedonum. Impressum Florentiae: Opera et Impensa Philippi Giuntae Bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis M.D.VII. Mense Decembri [Dec. 1507]. Hardcover. First Giunta Edition. Octavo (155 x 105mm). 167 leaves. Terminal blank. Signatures: pi⁸ a-t⁸ u⁶. Imprint from colophon: 'Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis. M.D.VII. Mense Decembri'. Printed by Filippo Giunta (1450-1517), founder of the House of Giunta in Florence. Bound in later stiff vellum, spine lettered in red. Caption title from leaf a¹: "Q. Curtii de rebus gestis Alexandri Magni regis Macedonum ...". Preliminaries by Pietro Bargeo (Pietro Angèli), and Luca della Robbia (Editor). Latin text in italic type. Simple title-page. Index at front. Errata on last two leaves. Spaces for capitals with guide letters. Leaves numbered in manuscript to top right of rectos. Condition: GOOD. Collated complete. Binding secure. Covers generally clean. Top edge slightly cropped. Light scattered foxing. Occasional old marginalia. Two small tracks in the margin affecting 12 leaves but not touching text. Rare post-incunabulum. Paypal only. Worldwide tracked shipping. Dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-16 09:22:32
Quintus Curtius Rufus
Florence, Italy: Filippo Giunta, 1507. Good condition. [QUINTUS CURTIUS RUFUS]. De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni Regis Macedonum. Impressum Florentiae: Opera et Impensa Philippi Giuntae Bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis M.D.VII. Mense Decembri [Dec. 1507]. Hardcover. First Giunta Edition. Octavo (155 x 105mm). 167 leaves. Terminal blank. Signatures: pi⁸ a-t⁸ u⁶. Imprint from colophon: 'Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis. M.D.VII. Mense Decembri'. Printed by Filippo Giunta (1450-1517), founder of the House of Giunta in Florence. Bound in later stiff vellum, spine lettered in red. Caption title from leaf a¹: "Q. Curtii de rebus gestis Alexandri Magni regis Macedonum ...". Preliminaries by Pietro Bargeo (Pietro Angèli), and Luca della Robbia (Editor). Latin text in italic type. Simple title-page. Index at front. Errata on last two leaves. Spaces for capitals with guide letters. Leaves numbered in manuscript to top right of rectos. Condition: GOOD. Collated complete. Binding secure. Covers generally clean. Top edge slightly cropped. Light scattered foxing. Occasional old marginalia. Two small tracks in the margin affecting 12 leaves but not touching text. Rare post-incunabulum. Paypal only. Worldwide tracked shipping. Dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-13 15:11:22
DATI, Agostino (1420-1478)
[Nicolò Brenta], after 1507. 4to (197x139 mm). [28] leaves. Collation: a-g4. Leaf g4 is a blank. Large woodcut vignette on title page showing a teacher in the act of giving a book to a young student. Large initials on l. a3r, e1v, and f2v. Contemporary marginal note (trimmed) on l. d2v. Recent half vellum with gilt title on spine, 18th-century marbled edges. A very good copy.EXTREMELY RARE EDITION (recorded in only one copy in Paris) of this very popular schoolbook by Agostino Dati, a pupil of Francesco Filelfo and a teacher of grammar. The edition also includes the Libellus de novem verbis and the Libellus flosculorum, that had first appeared in the 1503 Sienna edition of Dati's works.The Elegantiolaewere printed over a hundred times only in the thirty years that separates the year of the first edition (Cologne, 1470) and 1500, and remained a bestseller also all along the sixteenth century. For its practical purpose all the early editions of the Elegantiolae are extremely rare.Agostino Dati was born in Sienna in 1420. He learned Latin under the guidance of Francesco Filelfo, who was a professor in Sienna from 1434 to 1438 and considered him as the best of his Sienese students. To the knowledge of Latin Dati soon added that of Greek and Hebrew. Thanks to the fame he soon acquired as a scholar, in 1443 the Duke of Urbino invited him to teach in that city. Later Dati went to Rome, invited by Pope Nicholas V, who made him "magister pontificiarum epistolarum". Returning to Sienna shortly afterwards, Dati opened a school of rhetoric to which he devoted much of his time, animated … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-02-07 00:54:12
DATI, Agostino (1420-1478)
[Venice]: [Nicolò Brenta], after 1507. 4to (197x139 mm). [28] leaves. Collation: a-g4. Leaf g4 is a blank. Large woodcut vignette on title page showing a teacher in the act of giving a book to a young student. Large initials on l. a3r, e1v, and f2v. Contemporary marginal note (trimmed) on l. d2v. Recent half vellum with gilt title on spine, 18th-century marbled edges. A very good copy.EXTREMELY RARE EDITION (recorded in only one copy in Paris) of this very popular schoolbook by Agostino Dati, a pupil of Francesco Filelfo and a teacher of grammar. The edition also includes the Libellus de novem verbis and the Libellus flosculorum, that had first appeared in the 1503 Sienna edition of Dati's works.The Elegantiolaewere printed over a hundred times only in the thirty years that separates the year of the first edition (Cologne, 1470) and 1500, and remained a bestseller also all along the sixteenth century. For its practical purpose all the early editions of the Elegantiolae are extremely rare.Agostino Dati was born in Sienna in 1420. He learned Latin under the guidance of Francesco Filelfo, who was a professor in Sienna from 1434 to 1438 and considered him as the best of his Sienese students. To the knowledge of Latin Dati soon added that of Greek and Hebrew. Thanks to the fame he soon acquired as a scholar, in 1443 the Duke of Urbino invited him to teach in that city. Later Dati went to Rome, invited by Pope Nicholas V, who made him "magister pontificiarum epistolarum". Returning to Sienna shortly afterwards, Dati opened a school of rhetoric to which he devoted much of his time … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-02-03 07:28:26
Quintus Curtius Rufus
Florence, Italy: Filippo Giunta, 1507. Good condition. [QUINTUS CURTIUS RUFUS]. De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni Regis Macedonum. Impressum Florentiae: Opera et Impensa Philippi Giuntae Bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis M.D.VII. Mense Decembri [Dec. 1507]. Hardcover. First Giunta Edition. Octavo (155 x 105mm). 167 leaves. Terminal blank. Signatures: pi⁸ a-t⁸ u⁶. Imprint from colophon: 'Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis. M.D.VII. Mense Decembri'. Printed by Filippo Giunta (1450-1517), founder of the House of Giunta in Florence. Bound in later stiff vellum, spine lettered in red. Caption title from leaf a¹: "Q. Curtii de rebus gestis Alexandri Magni regis Macedonum ...". Preliminaries by Pietro Bargeo (Pietro Angèli), and Luca della Robbia (Editor). Latin text in italic type. Simple title-page. Index at front. Errata on last two leaves. Spaces for capitals with guide letters. Leaves numbered in manuscript to top right of rectos. Condition: GOOD. Collated complete. Binding secure. Covers generally clean. Top edge slightly cropped. Light scattered foxing. Occasional old marginalia. Two small tracks in the margin affecting 12 leaves but not touching text. Rare post-incunabulum. Paypal only. Worldwide tracked shipping. Dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-01-28 19:31:18
Hispanus, Petrus (Papst Johannes XXI.).
Köln, Heinrich Quentel (Erben), 1507. Erstmals 1480 unter dem Titel „Copulata omnium tractatuum Petri Hyspani" erschienen. - Der Verfasser (1205-1277) war ein portugiesischer Arzt, Verfasser medizinischer Schriften, Diakon und Erzdiakon. Vom 15. September 1276 bis zu seinem Tode am 20. Mai 1277 war er Papst der römisch-katholischen Kirche. - Einband etw. berieben, bestoßen u. fleckig. Rückenkanten an den Kapitalen angebrochen, Deckel leicht geworfen. Schließen fehlen. Innendeckel m. drei Exlibris. Titel m. alt gestrichenem Besitzvermerk u. altem Eintrag. Vereinzelte kl. Wurmlöcher bzw. Knickspuren. Ecken der ersten u. letzten Bll. m. kl. Löchern bzw. Rostflecken durch die innen etw. durchschlagenden Stifte der Eckbeschläge (ohne Textberührung). Tlw. schwach fleckig. - VD16, J 657; BM STC, German Books 457 (Ausgabe 1496); nicht bei Adams. la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 4°. Mit 3 (1 ganzs.) Textholzschnitten. 346 nn. Bll., Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln a. 3 Bünden m. etw. späterem goldgepr. Rückenschild, abgeschrägten Kanten u. 10 Metallbeschlägen. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2020-01-23 16:27:14
ACCURSIO GUGLIELMO.
per Simonem de Luere in contrada Sancti Cassiani, 1507. Cm. 21,5, cc. 109 + 1 c.b. Bella vignetta incisa al frontespizio e molti capolettera decorati. Legatura del tempo in piena pelle con fregi in oro. Esemplare con qualche forellino di tarlo ed una macchietta al centro delle ultime carte (non grave), peraltro marginoso e ben conservato. Bella e non comune edizione dei celebri "Casus" del giurista Guglielmo Accursio (Bologna 1246 - Roma, ca. 1314). Cfr. Savigny: Storia del diritto romano.
Bookseller: Benacense [Italy]
2020-01-22 22:09:27
Quintus Curtius Rufus
Florence, Italy: Filippo Giunta, 1507. Good condition. [QUINTUS CURTIUS RUFUS]. De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni Regis Macedonum. Impressum Florentiae: Opera et Impensa Philippi Giuntae Bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis M.D.VII. Mense Decembri [Dec. 1507]. Hardcover. First Giunta Edition. Octavo (155 x 105mm). 167 leaves. Terminal blank. Signatures: pi⁸ a-t⁸ u⁶. Imprint from colophon: 'Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis. M.D.VII. Mense Decembri'. Printed by Filippo Giunta (1450-1517), founder of the House of Giunta in Florence. Bound in later stiff vellum, spine lettered in red. Caption title from leaf a¹: "Q. Curtii de rebus gestis Alexandri Magni regis Macedonum ...". Preliminaries by Pietro Bargeo (Pietro Angèli), and Luca della Robbia (Editor). Latin text in italic type. Simple title-page. Index at front. Errata on last two leaves. Spaces for capitals with guide letters. Leaves numbered in manuscript to top right of rectos. Condition: GOOD. Collated complete. Binding secure. Covers generally clean. Top edge slightly cropped. Light scattered foxing. Occasional old marginalia. Two small tracks in the margin affecting 12 leaves but not touching text. Rare post-incunabulum. Paypal only. Worldwide tracked shipping. Dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-01-15 16:19:36
1507. LIBRI DE PISCIBUS MARINIS, IN QUIBUS VERAE EFFIGIES EXPRESSAE SUNT...- UNIVERSAE AQUATILIUM HISTORIAE PARS ALTERA, CUM VERIS IPSORUM IMAGINIBUS. RONDELET, GUILLAUME (1507-1566). LUGDUNI, APUD MATTHIAM BONHOMME, 1554-1555. 2 PARTI IN UN VOLUME IN- FOLIO, RILEGATO RECENTEMENTE IN PERGAMENA COEVA. (XVI), 583, (25) PP.; (XII), 242, (10) PP. RITRATTO DELL' AUTORE INCISO IN LEGNO DA PIERRE VASE (RIPETUTO) E 422 SPLENDIDE ILLUSTRAZIONI SILOGRAFICHE DI PESCI ED ALTRI ANIMALI MARINI AD OPERA DI GEORGES REVERDY. BELL' ESEMPLARE DI QUESTA MAGNIFICA OPERA, COMPRENDENTE LA PARS ALTERA CHE RARAMENTE SI TROVA UNITA. EDIZIONE ORIGINALE DI QUESTA CELEBRE PUBBLICAZIONE CHE GETTÒ LE BASI DELL' ITTIOLOGIA SCIENTIFICA, ALLA QUALE ATTINSERO AUTORI SUCCESSIVI, COME IL WILLOOUGHBY, IL RAY, L' ARTEDI E LINNAEUS. GUILLAUME RONDELET FU UN FAMOSO NATURALISTA FRANCESE, MEDICO E RETTORE DELL' UNIVERITÀ DI MONTPELLIER. COME ARCHIATRA DEL CARDINALE FRANÇOIS DE TOURNON, EGLI INTRAPRESE DIVERSI VIAGGI NEL MEDITERRANEO E NELLE COSTE DELL' ATLANTICO, OVE POTÉ EFFETTUARE IMPORTANTI OSSERVAZIONI PER LA SUA OPERA ITTIOLOGICA, CHE FECE ILLUSTRARE CON FINISSIME SILOGRAFIE. LE SUE DESCRIZIONI SONO MOLTO ESATTE E SI RIFERISCONO A CIRCA 300 PESCI, OLTRE ALCUNI CETACEI, MOLLUSCHI, CROSTACEI E VERMI. "ALTHOUGH HE WAS ACTIVE IN SEVERAL BRANCHES OF BIOLOGY, RONDELET'S REPUTATION EFFECTIVELY DEPENDS ON HIS MASSIVE COMPENDIUM ON AQUATIC LIFE, WHICH COVERED FOR MORE SPECIES THAN ANY EARLIER WORK IN THAT FIELD. DESPITE ITS THEORETICAL LIMITATION, IT LAID THE FOUNDATIONS FOR LATER ICHTHYOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND WAS THE STA … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libri rari e antichi (libreriabrighenti) [San Giorgio di piano, BO, Italy]
2020-01-12 02:59:06
Alighieri, Dante
Bartholomeo de Zanne da Portese, Venetia, 1507. 5th or later Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. This later edition comes with 100 woodcuts. Missing the first 10 leaves. The last page, Registro, is half missing but has been repaired. A one line ink writing on front paste-down, some penciled writing on rear paste-down. Housed in a custom-made fold-out case.
Bookseller: bookbid [Beverly Hills, California, US]
2020-01-10 12:22:14
CORNAZZANO ANTONIO
Hieronymo Soncino, Pesaro, 1507. In 8? (170x100). Carte non num. 196. Piena pelle coeva con ricchi fregi a rotella e riquadri a secco ai piatti ed al dorso, fermagli ben conservati, dorso a tre nervi.Seconda edizione (la prima 1494) di questo poema-trattato sull'arte della guerra. L'opera Ë assai importante dal punto di vista tipografico, in quanto fu il primo(Fumagalli cita un'atra opera come prima) o il secondo libro stampato a Pesaro dal celebre tipografo itinerante Soncino nella propria officina. I caratteri furono intagliati da Francesco Griffo che fu collaboratore di Aldo Manuzio, per il quale inventÚ e fuse i caratteri in corsivo. L'opera infatti Ë stampata ad imitazione degli Enchiridion aldini. Cornazzano (1429-1484) celebre umanista piacentino, fu a servizio del famoso cavaliere di ventura Bartolomeo Colleoni, per cui la suddetta opera si basa soprattutto sull' esperienza pratica. E' un poema che tesse le lodi dell'arte militare suddiviso in nove libri; nel secondo libro tratta della cavalleria, del modo di dirigere i cavalli, di come averne cura anche nell'infermit? con vari rimedi, dei territori di allevamento. Nei libri successivi troviamo in rassegna numerosi consigli: dai tipi di armature degli eserciti ai corretti modi di agire in battaglia; come seguire il proprio capitano durante gli spostamenti, regole da osservare nei confronti degli eserciti vinti, del rispetto che si deve portare a templi religiosi incontrati in battaglia ed infine di come si debba trionfare dopo aver conseguito la vittoria. Ottimo esemplare, presenta minimi aloni al margine sup. per p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2019-12-30 21:16:14
Alighieri, Dante
Bartholomeo de Zanne da Portese, Venetia, 1507. 5th or later Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. This later edition comes with 100 woodcuts. Missing the first 10 leaves. The last page, Registro, is half missing but has been repaired. A one line ink writing on front paste-down, some penciled writing on rear paste-down. Housed in a custom-made fold-out case.
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2019-12-30 13:58:38
Articella: - Jacobus de Partibus
Colophon: Impresum venetiis per Petrum bergomensem de quarengiis. MCCCCC. VII, (1507), 8, 280 Bl., 1 blattgr. Textholzschnitt und zahlr. Holzschnitt Initialien Pergamentband d.Zt Titelblatt in Faksimile feines Expl. This 'medical bible' (from the 11th to the 16th century) is a collection of different medical treatises by Greek and Arab doctors translated into Latin. It was frequently reprinted but the best editions are those published after 1505, since they are far more complete than those of the 15th century. Full Title: In hoc volumine continentur: Liber Hysagoge Joannitii. Liber Phylareti de pulsibus. Liber Theophili de urinis. Iusiurandum Hippocratis. Liber prognosticorum Hippocratis. Liber aphorismorum Damasceni. FLosculi in Medicina ex Cor. Cel. extracti. Liber techn. Galeni. Avicennae In theoricas Cantica Avicennae. Textus noni Almasoris de egritudinibus a capitte usque ad pedes / collecta Jacobi de Partibus in medicina pro anathomia "Goth. Druck mit Signatur ohne Blattzahl und Custos, 44. Zeil., 280 Bl., auf Bl. 275 b der Aderlassmann Bl. 279b Schlussschrift und Lagenregister Bl. 280 a der Brief des Rusticus Placentinus, theoricae medicinae in Ticinensi gymnasio lector ordinarius, an den Arzt Ambrosius varisius rosatus, welcher Brief wohl schon in der vorigen Ausgabe steht: ... woraus man sieht das Rusticus Placentinus die pavienser Ausgabe besorgt habe. Der Inhalt ist (nach dem Werke selbst bestimmt, denn das Inhaltsverzeichniss Bl. 1a ist nicht vollständig): Isagoge Joannitii Philaret. de puls., Theophil. de urin, Jusjurand. Hipp., Prognost. Hipp., Ap … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MedicusBooks.Com [Germany]
2019-12-28 18:00:08
Alighieri, Dante
Bartholomeo de Zanne da Portese, Venetia, 1507. 5th or later Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. This later edition comes with 100 woodcuts. Missing the first 10 leaves. The last page, Registro, is half missing but has been repaired. A one line ink writing on front paste-down, some penciled writing on rear paste-down. Housed in a custom-made fold-out case.
Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books [United States]
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2019-11-26 20:21:07
STRADA, Jacobus de [and Benjamin BRAMER].
GVK (5 copies); VD17 23:645678U (1 copy); Wellcome 1035. Reissue of the first edition of a richly illustrated work on all aspects of waterworks and hydraulics, with illustrations by Jacobus de Strada (1507-1588). The work was brought to the attention of the publisher by his son Octavius de Strada (1550-1612) and first published posthumously in 1617. De Strada was active in many fields: he worked as an architect, painter, art collector, author, publisher, etc., and, judging from the present work, was technically gifted. He gives clear expositions on pumping engines, watermills and all sorts of water-powered machines, accompanied by short descriptions and an introduction by the German architect and mathematician Benjamin Bramer (1588-1652). Due to its delayed publication, some of De Strada's designs were not as innovative as they were when he wrote. De Strada's designs nevertheless appear to be unique and independent of those by his contemporary, the Italian engineer Augostino Ramelli (1531-1610), who published around 100 designs of water-pumping machines in his Le diverse et artificiose machine..., 1588.Some occasional leaves and plates slightly browned, plates with only a few small spots and some occasional marginal thumbing, a few plates with water stains. Binding rebacked, as noted, sides with only a few small spots, otherwise in very good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-26 13:43:05
BROOKS, Jerome E.
First edition of the catalogue of the George Arents Collection, "the largest and most comprehensive library in the world devoted to the history, literature, and lore of tobacco. The collection contains both printed and manuscript works -- as well as prints, drawings, and ephemera -- dating from 1507 to the present, representing Continental Europe, England, and the Americas." (NYPL). The collection was donated to the New York Public Library in 1942.In very good condition, one volume with minor damage to title-label on spine.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-24 14:22:07
Dorat, Claude-Joseph; Marillier, Pierre-Clément, illus.
La Haye & Paris: Chez Delalain, 1773[–75]. 8vo (23.5 cm, 9.25"). 2 vols. in 1. xxii, [2], 309, [3 (index)] pp.; 4 plts., illus. Hoe copy of this resplendently elegant production: Both volumes of Dorat's fables with their exquisite illustrations, engraved after Pierre-Clément Marillier's designs by de Ghent and several other hands, in a lavish 19th-century binding. The volumes open with an engraved frontispiece (repeated) and an engraved title-page (different for vols. I and 2); each fable is headed by a minutely detailed engraved vignette and closes with an equally refined engraved tailpiece. This is the first edition to include the 99 engraved vignettes & 99 engraved culs-de-lampe by Marillier; Cohen called this the artist's masterpiece, and Lady Dilke noted in particular that de Ghent's pieces were "miracles of microscopic delicacy" (French Engravers & Draughtsmen of the XVIIIth Century, p. 108).    The present example is => probably a iarge-paper copy as others are reported as being only 18 cm tall, and certainly it has notably wide margins and crisply impressed vignettes showcasing Marillier's accomplishments as "the artist of the infinitely small" (Portalis, quoted by Ray). This is the second issue of the first volume, with the triple-band headpiece on p. iii and the text on p. 162 corrected.    Binding: Signed 19th-century green morocco done for Hoe by eminent Parisian binder Cuzin. Covers with wide gilt-tooled lacework border composed of foliate, floral, pomegranate, bird, and monkey elements; spine gilt extra with gilt-stamped title, date, and pomegrante moti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
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2019-11-24 07:26:40
VIGNOLA, Giacomo Barozzi da.
Regola de' cinque ordini d'archittettura, ... con la nuova aggionta di Michael-Angelo Buonaroti. | Regel vande vijf ordens der architecture,... | Reigle des cinq ordres d'architetture, | Regel der funff Orden von Architectur, ...| The rule of the V. orders of architecture.Amsterdam, Johannes Janssonius and Jan van Hilton, 1642. With an architectural engraved title-page for part 2, an engraved portrait of Vignola in an elaborate architectural frame, and 66 engraved architectural illustrations.With:(2) PAS, Crispijn van de (I and II). Oficina arcularia in qua sunt ad spectantia diversa ... | Boutique menuserie ... | Schriner Laden ... | Schrinwerckers winckel ...Amsterdam, Crispijn van de Pas, 1642. With an engraved title-page and 59 numbered engraved architectural plates in 6 series.(3) [MILIARIA - BATTLE OF BUDA]. LEOPOLD I. Copiis militaribus Budam expugnantibus, & Turcas subigentibus.[Amsterdam?, dated 1686 in chronograms]. A broadside containing a 38-line Latin poem celebrating the defeat of the Ottoman Empire by the troops of the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I and his allies and their capture of Buda (now part of Budapest) at the Battle of Buda (or possibly celebrating the expected outcome of the battle still in progress). With 1 woodcut decorated initial and 2 decorative bands built up from arabesque typographic ornaments.2 editions (the first in 2 parts) published together, in 1 volume. Royal folio (44 x 28 cm) plus a 1mo broadside (40 x 26.5 cm). Contemporary sheepskin parchment over flexible boards.
95, [1] pp.; 14, [1] ll. including 58 of the full-page engravings (70 more inserted as plates).The most extensive edition of the work of the great Renaissance architect Vignola (1507-1573) as expanded by Michelangelo (1475-1564), with the text in Italian, Dutch, French, German and English, and with numerous supplemental series of plates, some appearing here for the first time. The 1686 broadside used as a paste-down at the end of the book celebrates the success of the Holy Roman Empire and its allies at the Battle of Buda, which wrested Buda (now part of Budapest) from Ottoman control after 145 years and heralded the end of Ottoman power in Hungary. Not only does this appear to be unique and not recorded in the literature, we have also found no other record of this anonymous poem. With a contemporary 5-line inscription on the last free endleaf and stencilled owner's inscription on itle-page. Lacking plate 28 in series 5 and 16 plates in series 6, but every copy has a different make-up. With a tear in 1 plate, slightly affecting the foot of the image, a marginal water stain at the head of the first few leaves and some dog-eared corners. Series 1 is sophisticated (each leaf cut down and mounted on modern paper), but the book is general in very good condition, many plates fine, and only slightly trimmed. The 1686 broadside has a hole affecting a few words near the end of the first 6 lines of the poem, and was formerly folded horizontally and vertically. The binding is wrinkled, with a few small tears and stains. A great monument to architectural illustration, with 128 full-pag … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-13 22:26:11
VIVALDUS, Giov.Ludovico.
(Saluzzo, Giacomo de Cerchi e Sisto Somasco, 25.I.1507). in-folio, ff. 132, 158, (6), completo del f. T6 bianco. Ricca legatura secentesca ''à l'eventail'' di ambito romano: i due piatti adorni di bordure e di 8 ventagli angolari e decorazione centrale che comprende una Crocifissione ed un Santo; dorso a 6 riquadri con fregi. Car. semigotico, gran numero di capilettera ornati ed istoriati; nei margini centinaia di maniculae silogr. ad indicare i passi piu importanti. Celebre libro, illustrato da tre magnifiche incisioni a piena pagina, tra le più belle silografie impresse in Piemonte: al f. a2 il ritratto di profilo del Marchese di Saluzzo Ludovico II su sfondo nero entro elaborata cornice che comprende 8 ritratti di Santi domenicani entro tondi; questa impressione in negativo è qui straordinariamente contrastata. Al f. i1 Luigi XII di Francia prega inginocchiato la Vergine e il Bambino, entro medesima bordura, ripetuta al f. m1 a comprendere San Tommaso in preghiera. Lodovico II del Vasto (1438-1504) ebbe una buona cultura umanistica ed aveva invitato i fratelli Le Signerre per una stabile attività tipografica; vi stamparono l'Opus Aureum nel 1503, ma dopo la morte del Marchese cedettero i torchi ed i tipi a Giacomo de Circhis di S.Damiano d'Asti. Fu la seconda moglie di Ludovico, Margherita di Foix a volere questa edizione, come si evince dal colophon, che fornisce anche l'indicazione della tiratura: ''Omnia opuscula... arte impressoria in mille transfusa sunt exemplaria per Magistrum Jacobum de Circhis de sancto Damiano ... et Sixtum de Somaschis pepienses socios : manda … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Italy]
2019-10-24 09:12:13
MANASE, Dosan
1507. One brush & ink illus. in the text. 9; 7 folding leaves. 8vo (230 x 168 mm.), orig. wrappers (text rather wormed with some relative minor loss of text, carefully repaired), new stitching. [Japan: early mid-Edo].A most interesting collection of texts based on Chinese writings on the pulse. "Dosan Manase (1507-1594 or 95), [was] perhaps the most famous of the early Japanese physicians, and prolific writer in the entire field of medicine as then practiced in Japan."-Mestler, Old Japanese Medical Books, I, p. 300. His writings covered all aspects of medicine, including a treatise on diagnosing disease by taking the pulse. Manase "became a pivotal figure in the history of Japanese medicine. In his private academy, called Keitekiin, he devoted himself to making the whole system of [Chinese] Li and Chu medicine intelligible to several hundred students through clear and concise explanations...Dosan had many able followers who excelled in theory, practice, and education."-Sugimoto & Swain, Science & Culture in Traditional Japan, p. 216.This manuscript is divided into two parts. The first nine leaves are concerned with the theory of the pulse and its importance in diagnosis. The illustration depicts two hands and their wrists with the six locations for pulse taking and their relations to individual organs and the whole body.Part II is entitled "Myakuyaku kanryaku no hiji sasunomiko" ("The Theory of the Pulse Clarified and Organized by the Child of God"). We learn from the final leaf that this section was based on secret lectures of Genshin (or Dosaku) Yamawaki (1591- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [United States]
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2019-10-23 08:57:11
MANASE, Dosan
1507. One brush & ink illus. in the text. 9; 7 folding leaves. 8vo (230 x 168 mm.), orig. wrappers (text rather wormed with some relative minor loss of text, carefully repaired), new stitching. [Japan: early mid-Edo]. A most interesting collection of texts based on Chinese writings on the pulse. "Dosan Manase (1507-1594 or 95), [was] perhaps the most famous of the early Japanese physicians, and prolific writer in the entire field of medicine as then practiced in Japan."-Mestler, Old Japanese Medical Books, I, p. 300. His writings covered all aspects of medicine, including a treatise on diagnosing disease by taking the pulse. Manase "became a pivotal figure in the history of Japanese medicine. In his private academy, called Keitekiin, he devoted himself to making the whole system of [Chinese] Li and Chu medicine intelligible to several hundred students through clear and concise explanations.Dosan had many able followers who excelled in theory, practice, and education."-Sugimoto & Swain, Science & Culture in Traditional Japan, p. 216. This manuscript is divided into two parts. The first nine leaves are concerned with the theory of the pulse and its importance in diagnosis. The illustration depicts two hands and their wrists with the six locations for pulse taking and their relations to individual organs and the whole body. Part II is entitled "Myakuyaku kanryaku no hiji sasunomiko" ("The Theory of the Pulse Clarified and Organized by the Child of God"). We learn from the final leaf that this section was based on secret lectures of Genshin (or Dosaku) Yamawaki (1591-1678), who … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-09-26 12:22:10
von petermann ETTERLIN
1507. William Tell a tiré la pomme de la tête de son fils GUILLAUME TELL ETAT VOIR descriptif. Kronica von der loblichen Eydtgnoschaf Rarissime Edition Originale ETTERLIN 1507 en allemand PREMIÈRE ÉDITION de la première histoire imprimée de la Confédération de la Suisse. Etterlin a compilé son histoire à partir de chroniques antérieures telles que celles de J. von Königshofen et Hartmann Schedel, mais il a relaté des événements plus récents, tels que la guerre de Bourgogne, à partir de son expérience personnelle. La guerre a favorisé un nationalisme parmi les États disparates, rehaussé le profil de ses forces armées et formé des alliances en Savoie, ce qui a entraîné de nouvelles admissions dans la Ligue au début du 19e siècle. La paix a été conclue en 1499. Après cette date, la Confédération est devenue un État allié plutôt que subordonné à l'Empire. En 1501, Bâle et Schaffhouse ont rejoint la ligue. Ainsi, Kronica d'Etterlin reflétait et encourageait le nationalisme suisse nouvellement retrouvé et son intérêt pour leur histoire commune. Six gravures sur bois ont été remises à la Master DS, notamment la vue de Lucerne et la scène où William Tell a tiré la pomme de la tête de son fils. Ces deux gravures sur bois sont les premières représentations de leurs sujets. Les quatre premières gravures sur bois illustrent la vie de saint Meinrad sur le site de l'ermitage duquel le monastère d'Einsiedeln a été fondé POST-INCUNABLE 1507 (restauré en 1761) 170 Pages en BON éTAT 44 Pages restaurées 6 Pages avec petites déchirures sans manquant 50 pages manuscrites de 1761 contenant le t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: livressympas [Brignais, FR]
2019-08-25 11:33:27
Alighieri, Dante
Bartholomeo de Zanne da Portese, Venetia, 1507. 5th or later Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. This later edition comes with 100 woodcuts. Missing the first 10 leaves. The last page, Registro, is half missing but has been repaired. A one line ink writing on front paste-down, some penciled writing on rear paste-down. Housed in a custom-made fold-out case.
Bookseller: Bookbid [Beverly Hills, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-08-11 08:42:12
Lyon: Jacobus de Huguetan, 1507. The volume was rebound in wooden boards and a calf spine in 2017, the new binding replicating the old. The original boards and spine covering are included in the sale and incorporate some 14th-century manuscript fragments. The beginning of the volume and the back have been affected by worm damage. This is an early 16th-century post-incunabula. A large quarto copy of Jacobus de Voragine's classic work of hagiography the 'Legenda Aurea' or 'Golden Legend'. This copy is complete, with the exception of the title page, but there is some damage to the text (see below). This edition was printed in 1507 in Lyon by Johannes de Vingle for Jacobus de Huguetan. Within the text there are over two hundred individual decorated initials with figures of saints or episodes from their lives within them. The book was removed from a modern binding in 2017 and was rebound in period style with quarter-sawn oak boards and a hand-dyed and blind-tooled leather spine. This binding replicates the form of the original binding, which is also preserved alongside the book and is included in this sale. The original binding, also of timber with remains of engraved clasps has a number of pieces of 14th-century manuscript waste incorporated into it; the primary paste-downs formed from 15th-century printer's waste. The secondary paste-downs have numerous inscriptions giving a provenance to the book, the book was owned in the early 16th-century friar 'Brother Adrian de Curia' and later by Alphonsus More and Jules Guyet. Please note that there is some significant worm damage to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: oxoniensis [West Wycombe, GB]
2019-08-11 01:33:55
Champier, Symphorien
Jannot Deschamps for Etienne Gueynard and Jacques Huguetan, 1507. First Edition. 2 parts in 1 volume, 4to. Collation: a6 b-k8 l6 A-G8 = 140 ff., COMPLETE. Persistent dampstain (not egregious) along 2" of top edge of text-block. Title-page in red and black with woodcut borders surrounding a large woodcut initial "D" with an Angel and Tree (?Jannot Deschamp's device); in the second part there is a woodcut of St. Louis, King of France; Deschamp's large device is found on fol. Gii. Altogether seven woodcuts (repeated) and two 15th-century metal engravings, depicting respectively the Adoration of the Magi and a Bishop kneeling before a Pope. Attractive old limp polished vellum, stained red now pleasingly faded (a little worn), later pastedowns and endpapers, traces of two pair of red silk ties, yapp edges. Fascinating volume of medical, theological, and historical opuscula compiled, and primarily written, by the Lyon phyisician and humanist Symphorien Champier. Most of the works in the present volume appear here for the first time. This first edition is illustrated two 15th-century METAL CUTS impressed from the original blocks, as well as a beautiful woodcut of Champier and his wife kneeling before St. Symphorien, and the superb printer's device of Jannot Deschamps that has been described as "une des plus gracieuses parmi celles des imprimeurs lyonnois" (Allut). As we learn from sale catalogue of the Otto Schafer collection (whose copy realized USD $8,625 in 1995), "the two metalcuts (A8r, E8v) are of German origin, being descended among the typographica of Johann Neumeister. Ne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books (nec-plus-ultra) [Lockhart, Texas, US]
2019-07-17 11:34:08
1507. Pragmatica Sanctio Continet tabula amplissima materias plures hic delitentes. Omnes glose nunc primum exordia situmque longe aptius quam prius habent. Sedulam glossematis emendationem lectio ipsa indicabit. Manuum appositio notatu dignas signat sententias. Annotatiuncule glosis applicate ipsas non parum elucidant. Subtilis ex annotationibus index in promptum petita exhibebit. Guymier ad notulas sex associando priores Codicis interpres cognitus hujus erit. Guillaume Eustache 1507. 1 volume in-8. 205 f., 43 f. Collationné complet. Reliure de l'époque en plein vélin. Ex libris manuscrit au titre d'une main humanistique, tampon. Célèbre ordonnance royale promulguée le 7 juillet 1438 par Charles VII, qui fut l'un des premiers pas vers le gallicanisme. Le roi avait décidé de réorganiser à sa manière l'Église de France, à l'encontre des volontés de la papauté dont il dénonçait en même temps les abus. Edition parisienne rare de la Pragmatique Sanction de Bourges, texte en caractères gothiques entouré par la glose de Côme Guymier sur deux colonnes. Page de titre imprimée en rouge et noir avec la très belle marque du libraire parisien Guillaume Eustache. Bel exemplaire, conservé dans sa reliure en vélin à trois nerfs de l'époque. Voir ici pour un exemplaire numérisé de cette édition: https://books.google.fr/books?id=6UQ8AAAAcAAJ&printsec=frontcover&hl=fr&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false.
Bookseller: carnigelia [Paris, FR]
2019-06-15 08:27:48
BERNARD DE CLAIRVAUX (Pseudo)
Denis Rosse, Paris, 1507. Plein vélin postérieur Un volume in-16 (135x90 mm), (92) feuillets, sig. [a-l]8, m4 (complet) / à la suite est relié un autre ouvrage : "Hieronymus Benivenius Fratri Hierony. Savonarole.s.". (16) feuillet. Sig. [a-d]4 Post incunable attribué à Bernard de Clairvaux. Bernard de Fontaine, abbé de Clairvaux (1090 -1153) est un moine bourguignon, réformateur de la vie religieuse catholique. Il fût un fervent promoteur de l'ordre cistercien. Mais cet ouvrage a très certainement été rédigé par Thomas de Frigido Monte. L'auteur édicte plusieurs règles à suivre pour vivre comme un "bon chrétien". Rare impression parisienne, par Denis Rosse. ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Later full vellum. 16mo(135x90 mm), (92) leaves, sig. [a-l]8, m4 (complete) / Bound after an other work: "Hieronymus Benivenius Fratri Hierony. Savonarole.s.". (16) leaves, sig. a-d4. Post incunable attributed to Bernard de Clairvaux. Bernard de Fontaine, abbot of Clairvaux (1090 -1153) is a Burgundian monk, reformer of Catholic religious life. He was a fervent promoter of the Cistercian order. This book has most certainly been written by Thomas de Frigido Monte. The author enacts several rules to follow to live as a "good Christian". Rare Parisian impression, by Denis Rosse. 117g. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
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