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2018-06-12 06:50:01
HEURES
Paris, Jean Barbier pour Guillaume Eustache, 1507. ______ Format : In-8 allongé. [135 x 60 mm] Collation : (96) ff. Reliure : Maroquin fauve, double filet doré, dos orné de fleurs de lis et de filets, avec croisillons à froid en tête et queue, tranches dorées (Reliure du XVIe siècle). ____ Très rare édition, imprimée sur peau de vélin, dans une fraîche reliure du XVIe siècle et d'un format peu commun. Ces "heures" sont illustrées de 17 bois gravés, tous mis en couleurs et dorés à l'époque. Impression en noir et rouge, caractères gothiques, marque gravée de Guillaume Eustache sur le titre. Almanach pour les années 1507 à 1520. Au colophon : "Les prese[n]tes heures a lusaige de Rome tout au long sans requerir furent acheuees le xi iour de Auril Lan mil cinq cens et sept. Par iehan Barbier imprimeur demoura[n]t a Paris en la rue sai[n]t Jaques [sic] Pour Guillaume eustace, demoura[n]t en la grant salle du palais au troisieme pillier." Un seul autre exemplaire est connu de cette édition (Huntington Library). Elle est inconnue de toutes les bibliographies : Bohatta, Lacombe, Brunet, Praet, Ales. *-------* Very rare edition, printed on vellum, in a very handsome 16th century binding, of an unusual size. Illustrated by 10 large and 7 small hand-colored woodcuts, within gold frames. The initials and other ornaments are illuminated. Printed in black and red, in gothic type, Eustace's device above imprint. Almanac for 1507-1520, on title page verso. Colophon reads : "Les prese[n]tes heures a lusaige de Rome tout au long sans requerir furent acheuees le xi iour de Auril Lan mil cinq c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2018-05-22 05:47:29
Jodocus of Erfurt; Caccialupe, Giovanni Battista
1507. Lyon, 1507. Suberb contemporary binding. 1507 Lyon Imprint of an Important Early Law Dictionary in a Handsome Contemporary Binding [Jodocus of Erfurt, Attributed]. [Caccialupe, Giovanni Battista (d. 1496)]. Vocabularius Perutilis Utriusq[ue] Iuris [Juris] tam Civilis Q[uam] Canonici. [Lyon: Jean Barbier and Jean Petit, September 7, 1507]. [212] ff. Main text in parallel columns. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary blind-tooled half-pigskin over wooden boards, pigskin clasp with brass buckle present and intact, faint later location numbers and faint fragment of later paper shelf label, to spine, early vellum thumb-tabs. A few minor spots and worm-holes, light soiling, spine ends bumped, some wear to clasp, later armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Large woodcut Petit device to title page, crible initials throughout. Light toning to text, a few minor worm holes, annotations in early hand to a few passages, small clear tear to fore-edge of title page. A handsome copy of a scarce imprint. $7,500. * First published around 1474 and attributed to Jodocus of Erfurt, this popular legal dictionary went through more than 70 editions over the next 150 years. The definitions are mostly derived from the Vocabularius Stuttgardiensis (1432), the Collectio Terminorum Legalium (c. 1400), and the Introductorium pro Studio Sacrorum Canonum of Hermann von Schildesch (c. 1330). Appended to this edition of the Vocabularius is Caccialupe's Tractatus de Modo Studendi, an essay on legal study. OCLC locates 1 copy of this imprint (Bibliotheque Nationale de France). This imprint not in Ada … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-05-14 06:41:30
Plutarch; Raphael Regius
Nicolai Crispin, Paris. The dedication of the translator dated "3 kal. septembris et nonas maii 1507." Collates: a8-g8. Bound in modern half morocco over marbled boards by Ramage with new endpapers. Contemporary marginalia early; small corner repairs to the last few leaves and two wormholes to the last signature; bookplate. Regio was an Italian scholar (d. 1520) who translated and edited various classics. This is his Latin translation from the Greek of Plutarch's Maxims of Kings and Emperors. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Moroccobound Fine Books [Lewis Center, OH, U.S.A.]
2018-04-09 07:22:15
JUSTINUS, Marcus Junianus (III. sec. d.C.). -
Venezia, Tacuino de Tridino, XVII maggio 1507. In-folio (30,5 x 21 cm.). Pergamena del '500, titolo calligrafato sul dorso; legatura ricucita. Con 41 capilettera silografici grandi e molto graziosi su fondo nero (4,7 x 4,3 cm.), e altre 78 inziali decorative più piccole, sempre su fondo nero. 53 ff.; nei margini interni lievi aloni e piccoli rinforzi; per ritrovarli più facilmente, un lettore del '500 ha annotato a penna nei margini, in una grafia chiara e di facile lettura, i fatti e i nomi citati nel testo. Non comune postincunabolo dell'epitome dell'Historia Philippica dello storico romano Trogo Pompeo. E' "una vera e propria storia universale, che andava dalle antichissime vicende di Babilonia fino ai suoi tempi... Notevole interesse rivestono poi tutti i rapporti della Grecia con Roma: le guerre contro Pirro, Filippo V di Macedonia, Perseo, Mitridate e i Parti. Parte importante rivestono anche l'ebraismo, di cui tracciano le origini ed i rapporti con Roma." (Wikipedia). Graesse III, 511. Olschki, Choix, 4711 (ristampa del 1512). Edit16, CNCE 52915. A scarce edition of this history. With 41 large and 78 small woodcut initials on black ground. Inner margins reinforced and slightly stained; an early and neat hand has listed in ink in the margins names and events mentioned in the text. Generally a good copy in 16th century vellum, recased.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport [IT]
2018-03-23 10:33:23
LOMBARD Pierre / Jean David dit "La Mouche" (imp.)
1507Lugduni [Lyon], Joannem Dauid [Jean David dit "La Mouche"], s. d. [entre 1527 et 1531]. 2 parties en 1 vol. in-8 de 12,5 x 17,5 cm avec total de 287 ff.. Soit : 146 ff. chiffrés Fo.ii. à Fo.cvlvi et signés A-S (A-R par 8 feuillets, S par 10) pour les parties 1 et 2 du texte, et 141 ff. chiffrés Fo.i à Fo.cxli et signés a-s par 8 pour les parties 3 et 4 du texte. En fin de vol. 1 f. non chiffré portant la vignette du libraire Vincent de Portonaris. Page de titre avec texte en rouge et noir et encadrement à 2 colonnes. Texte en caractères gothiques avec nombreuses lettrines initiales gravées sur bois. Reliure de l'époque en plein parchemin. Traces de cordons de fermeture sur les plats. Nerfs visibles sur les mors. Dos lisse portant le titre calligraphié verticalement à l'encre brune. Nombreuses traces d'usage sur la reliure. Mors et coiffes fatigués, cependant ouvrage solide et bien dans son jus. Minimes et discrets travaux de vers dans les marges et petites traces de mouillure, sinon intérieur en excellent état. Les "Quatre livres de sentences" de Pierre Lombard (1100 - 1160), évêque de Paris, sont composés par ce théologien scolastique entre 1150 et 1158. La présente édition est augmentée dun recueil darticles condamnés par les théologiens de Paris entre 1277 et 1507 ; ainsi que dautres articles condamnés en Angleterre. Jean David, dit "La Mouche" est recensé dans les "nommées" et les "taxes" de Lyon de 1515 à 1545 en qualité d'imprimeur, de fondeur ou de relieur de livres. Il semble n'avoir seulement pratiqué l'impression que de 1527 à 1531 avec 34 titres répertoriés. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers [Switzerland, Lausanne]
2018-03-04 02:49:40
Ricoldus de Monte Crucis.
[Basel, Nikolaus Kessler], ca. 1507. Small 4to (140 x 187 mm). 68 ff. (but title is fragmentary, preserving the letterpress only, laid down to old paper). Near-contemporary full leather binding, spine rebacked. All edges red. Rare edition of this famous and scare refutation of the Qur'an. The Dominican Ricoldus (ca. 1243-1320) was sent to the orient as a missionary in 1288. He visited the Holy Land and travelled to Baghdad via Cilicia, Erzurum, and Tabriz. During his stay in Baghdad, Ricoldus studied the Qur'an and other works of Islamic theology, for controversial purposes, arguing with Nestorian Christians. He is said even to have begun a translation of the Qur'an about 1290, but it is not known whether this work was completed. - Ricoldus returned to his native Florence around the year 1300 to compose or edit several works about the Middle East. While many of his writings praise the Muslims' social behaviour, hospitality and sense of honour, his best-known work, the "Contra legem Sarracenorum", is a notorious refutation of the Islamic doctrines. Largely a compilation from William of Tripolis, Marcus of Toledo and the "Contrarietas alpholica", and probably an early effort written in preparation of Ricoldus's mission, it contends that the Qur'an's self-contradictory passages, confused arrangement and want of miracles prove that Islam cannot be a true revealed religion. Despite Ricoldo's hostility towards Islam his work shows specific knowledge of the Qur'an and overcomes one important prejudicial error common to other medieval criticisms of Islam: the perception that Muhamm … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-02-22 11:35:46
PLINY the Elder
[Venetiis] : Impressum fuit per Ioanem Rubeum & Bernardinum fratresq ; Vercellenses, 1507. 1507 Pliny the Elder Natural History Astronomy Magic Gemology Post Incunable “The only certainty is that nothing is certain” – Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia, book II Pliny the Elder was one of the most important 1st-century Roman authors who is remembered for his encyclopedic work ‘Naturalis Historia’ which would become the model for encyclopedias. ‘Natural History’ is oft thought to the be single largest work surviving the Roman Empire and covers a vast field of knowledge including astronomy, meteorology, geography, zoology, botany, agriculture, medicine, as well as magic, alchemy and gemology. Pliny also notes some miraculous events in this book including floating islands on Lake Vadimo and gives special attention to magic, declaring that magic originated out of medicine and should have flourished alongside the developments in medicine. This 1507 edition is not found in Adams and still appears in incunabula-style printing. Published in Venice by Johan Rubuem & Varcellenses. Item number: #2765 Price: $3950 PLINY the Elder C. Plinii Secundi Veronensis Historiae naturalis libri XXXVII, ab Alexandro Benedicto Ve., physico, emendatiores redditi. [Venetiis] : Impressum fuit per Ioānem Rubeum & Bernardinum fratresq ; Vercellenses, 1507. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [16], 280 (i.e. 279), [10] o Colophon: Hoc opus Caii Plinii Secundi naturalis historiae impressum fuit per Ioa[n]nem rubeum & Bernardinum fratresq[ue] Vercellenses ab incarnatione anno domini. 1507. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-01-31 17:24:17
Georgie Adams
Used [Publisher: Orion Children's Books (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )] 1507
Bookseller: amazon.ca
2018-01-31 15:40:45
FALKENER, Michael.
With 3 large zodiacal and 11 schematic diagrams in woodcut in the text, large woodcut with coat of arms of Poland, Lithuania, and Cracow on title-page. (32) pp. 4to. Modern calf in old style (215 x 150 mm). Cracow, (Jan Haller), 1507. First edition. Michael Falkener (c. 1460-1534), born in Silesia was professor of mathematics, physics, logic and Aristotle's philosophy at Cracow. It is worth mentioning that his students included the founder of modern astronomy Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543), who entered the University of Cracow in 1491. Especially interesting is that at the same time two more important teachers of astronomy (Albertus de Brudzewo, Johann von Glogau also known as Jan Glogowczyk) together with Falkener (also known as Michael von Breslau or Vratislavia), who was in fact at this times a great light at Cracow, hold controversy and basic lectures at the university about the world system. Falkener's first printed astrological predictions were published in Leipzig for the years 1493-94, and other publications by him appeared possibly in Nuremberg and Strasbourg. Johann Haller (1467-1525), born in Rothenburg on the Tauber is known as founder of the first printing press in Poland, resp. in the former capital Cracow. He also printed in 1509 Copernicus' Latin translation of the Greek epistles by Theophylactus Simocatta. Falkener's works are very rarely found in a library outside Germany: No copy in BL or BN, etc. no copy in a German auction sale since 1950.- Minor browning, few marginal old notes, otherwise a fine copy. - Not in BL or BN; Estr. XXXIII, 356; Zinner 887; … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hellmut Schumann
2018-01-28 18:53:47
PHILIP II
in a beautifully clear italic hand, in Latin with translation, with short titles in Spanish and Italian, saying that "following the settlement" on Philip of the "Duchy of Milan, Principality of Pavia, and County of Anglería, by the most Invincible and Puissant Prince and Lord CHARLES V ... August Emperor of the Romans ... my most respected Father and Lord ... we appointed our ... sincerely beloved Cousin Don FERNANDO ÁLVAREZ DE TOLEDO", (1507-1582, from 1532 3rd DUKE OF ALBA), Philip's father's and his "Lieutenant-General and Captain-General in Italy, to be our Governor in the said Dominion of Milan", accordingly he now empowers Alba or his deputies "to receive the ... accustomed homage and oath of fidelity on the succession of a new Prince to the said Dominion from the Feudatories in the said Duchy", knowing that Alba "is endowed with the highest loyalty, ... prudence, knowledge of affairs and experience", swearing that they will do "while they shall live, all ... that they are bound to do ... in obedience and loyalty to us and our successors ... by reason of their feudal possessions of whatever quality and nature ... according to the forms both old and new and the custom of the said State of Milan", the Duke can take any appropriate steps "even if such things should ... require a more particular mandate than is expressed in these presents", those not taking the oath to be "under the full weight of our anger and indignation, and pain of Ten Thousand marks of pure gold", with Phili … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophie Dupre [United Kingdom]
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2018-01-26 12:03:55
verschiedene Herausgeber
Sagen 344 S in mittelhochdeutsch + 1 Blatt, Ganzkalbsledereinband mit 5 echten Bünden aus der Buchbinderei Prade,Leipzig , Kopfgoldschnitt, bis auf geringen Kantenabrieb tadeloses,fast neuwertiges Exemplar= Die Monumentalausgabe der Kudrun wurde für den Hyperion-Verlag Hans von Weber in München gedruckt zu Haarlem von Joh. Enschede en Zonen und vollendet am 15. Maerz des Jahres Neunzehnhundertundelf.Die Drucklegung wurde von Ernst Schulte-Strathaus überwacht. Es wurden 1507 numerierte Exemplare abgezogen: 7 Exemplare auf Pergament. Nr. 1 bis 100 auf weisses holländisches Buetten. Nr. 101 bis 1400 auf Hadernpapier. Dieses Exemplar ist Nummer 1314 =
Bookseller: Antiquariat Alfred Tauchnitz
2018-01-11 14:34:03
Paris -
Imperial-Folio. 1 Bl., 22 S. Mit großer gestoch. Titelvignette, gestoch. Kopfvignette von J. Rigaud und 13 (8 doppelblattgr.) Kupfertafeln von J. F. Blondel. Lederband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Wappensupralibros (Wappen von Paris) auf beiden Deckeln. Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 3012. Cicognara 1507. Cohen-R. 288. Vinet 519. Lipperheide Sg 19. Millard I, 26: "Although the publication was sold privately, it is as elaborate as any of the Cabinet du Roi publications commissioned to depict royal ceremonies." Die prächtigen Tafeln zeigen u. a. die Festlichkeiten im Salon des Pariser Rathauses und das Feuerwerk auf der Seine, "das Feuerwerk größten Stils, das die Stadt Paris zwischen Pont Neuf und Pont Royal gab" (Lotz 68). - Zur Tafelkollation: Die Tafeln sind römisch numeriert, die zweite Tafel ist nicht bezeichnet, Nummer VI ist übersprungen, VIII doppelt vergeben. - Einband alt restauriert, Ecken bestossen, Spiegel mit Klebe- und Schabspuren durch die Entfernung eines Exlibris, Titel mit teils rasiertem Monogramm in Tinte, wenig fleckig, kaum gebräunt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Manfred Nosbüsch [Germany]
2018-01-11 13:35:33
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius]
1507]., [Rome. Northern Africa Double-page engraved map, on two sheets joined, on laid paper, with a watermark of a T within a circle and crossbow with a circle, a few words underlined in red ink. This map shows an area of northern Africa covering most of Tunisia and Libya, with Sicily and Sardinia in outline in the north. Map from the beautiful third Rome edition of Ptolemy's Geographia. "This handsome edition is a reprinting of the copper-plate maps of the 1478 [and 1490] Ptolemy [the first Rome edition by Conrad Sweynheym and Arnold Buckinck, whose] maps are considered the finest Ptolemaic ones produced up to the time that the great Mercator engraved his Ptolemy of 1578. It is believed that Sweynheym was the one who first thought of applying the very new art of copper-engraving to the printing of maps, and he might have taken a hand in the actual engraving of them himself" (World Encompassed). While the Bologna edition of 1477 was the first atlas to use copperplate maps, the present series is generally regarded as superior for its clear captions, accurate projections and overall design. Also, there are indications the Bologna edition was hurried through the press: the captions were not engraved but stamped into the plates. The early Italian Ptolemys, particularly the Rome editions, are "superb testimonials of Italian craftsmanship without the picturesque but unscientific monsters of the medieval maps or the addition of the adventitious decoration of later work, relying for their beauty solely on the delicacy of their execution and the fineness of the material employed" ( … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2018-01-10 02:21:28
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius]
1507]., [Rome, 1507 - Ukraine and Russia Double-page engraved map, on two sheets joined, on laid paper, later manuscript annotations in red, no watermark, two tears to lower left skilfully repaired. The map shows part of present day Ukraine and Russia on the northern coast of the Black Sea. Two mountain passes (Portae Albaticae and Portae Sarmaticae) are marked with Greek pediments. The Portae Sarmaticae was the only pass in Ptolemy's time between Sarmatia and Iberia. The Pillars of Alexander are marked just above. Map from the beautiful third Rome edition of Ptolemy's Geographia. "This handsome edition is a reprinting of the copper-plate maps of the 1478 [and 1490] Ptolemy [the first Rome edition by Conrad Sweynheym and Arnold Buckinck, whose] maps are considered the finest Ptolemaic ones produced up to the time that the great Mercator engraved his Ptolemy of 1578. It is believed that Sweynheym was the one who first thought of applying the very new art of copper-engraving to the printing of maps, and he might have taken a hand in the actual engraving of them himself" (World Encompassed). While the Bologna edition of 1477 was the first atlas to use copperplate maps, the present series is generally regarded as superior for its clear captions, accurate projections and overall design. Also, there are indications the Bologna edition was hurried through the press: the captions were not engraved but stamped into the plates. The early Italian Ptolemys, particularly the Rome editions, are "superb testimonials of Italian craftsmanship without the picturesque but unscientific monster … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP
2018-01-10 02:21:28
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius]
[Rome, 1507]. [Rome,, 1507].. Double-page engraved map, on two sheets joined, with contemporary annotations in red, no watermark, lower right margin with loss, lower gutter with loss into image skilfully repaired in facsimile. Fine Ptolemaic map of Turkey, one of the earliest maps of the country, from the 1507 Rome edition. Map from the beautiful third Rome edition of Ptolemy's Geographia. “This handsome edition is a reprinting of the copper-plate maps of the 1478 [and 1490] Ptolemy [the first Rome edition by Conrad Sweynheym and Arnold Buckinck, whose] maps are considered the finest Ptolemaic ones produced up to the time that the great Mercator engraved his Ptolemy of 1578... It is believed that Sweynheym was the one who first thought of applying the very new art of copper-engraving to the printing of maps, and he might have taken a hand in the actual engraving of them himself” (World Encompassed). While the Bologna edition of 1477 was the first atlas to use copperplate maps, the present series is generally regarded as superior for its clear captions, accurate projections and overall design. Also, there are indications the Bologna edition was hurried through the press: the captions were not engraved but stamped into the plates. The early Italian Ptolemys, particularly the Rome editions, are "superb testimonials of Italian craftsmanship without the picturesque but unscientific monsters of the medieval maps or the addition of the adventitious decoration of later work, relying for their beauty solely on the delicacy of their execution and the fineness of the material employ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2018-01-06 15:10:10
Grabador: Cock, Hieronimus, Dibujante:Cock, Hieronimus
Países Bajos. HIERONIMUS COCK (c. 1507-1570) Arriba en el centro: Septizonii Severi imp. Cum contiguis / Ruinis, prospectus unus. Arriba izquierda: P Abajo derecha: Cock F . Buen estado de conservación. Buena estampación. Con márgenes. Siglo: XVI.Aguafuerte y buril. Papel vitela. Grabador: Cock, Hieronimus. Dibujante: Cock, Hieronimus. 1550. Altura papelt: 239. Anchura papel: 336. Altura plancha:225. Anchura plancha: 320
Bookseller: Palau Antiguitats [Barcelona, Spain]
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2018-01-03 04:21:41
JUSTINUS, Marcus Junianus (III. sec. d.C.). -
Venezia, Tacuino de Tridino, XVII maggio 1507. In-folio (30,5 x 21 cm.). Pergamena del '500, titolo calligrafato sul dorso; legatura ricucita. Con 41 capilettera silografici grandi e molto graziosi su fondo nero (4,7 x 4,3 cm.), e altre 78 inziali decorative più piccole, sempre su fondo nero. 53 ff.; nei margini interni lievi aloni e piccoli rinforzi; per ritrovarli più facilmente, un lettore del '500 ha annotato a penna nei margini, in una grafia chiara e di facile lettura, i fatti e i nomi citati nel testo. Non comune postincunabolo dell'epitome dell'Historia Philippica dello storico romano Trogo Pompeo. E' "una vera e propria storia universale, che andava dalle antichissime vicende di Babilonia fino ai suoi tempi... Notevole interesse rivestono poi tutti i rapporti della Grecia con Roma: le guerre contro Pirro, Filippo V di Macedonia, Perseo, Mitridate e i Parti. Parte importante rivestono anche l'ebraismo, di cui tracciano le origini ed i rapporti con Roma." (Wikipedia). Graesse III, 511. Olschki, Choix, 4711 (ristampa del 1512). Edit16, CNCE 52915. A scarce edition of this history. With 41 large and 78 small woodcut initials on black ground. Inner margins reinforced and slightly stained; an early and neat hand has listed in ink in the margins names and events mentioned in the text. Generally a good copy in 16th century vellum, recased.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport [IT]
2017-12-16 10:00:58
Mohrmann, Karl
2 Bände: erster Band und zweiter Band. - 4. Auflage. - Mit 1507 Abbildungen im Text und weiteren Abbildungen auf den 147 Tafeln, davon eine doppelseitige Farbtafel. - Buchhandelsmarke von Gustav Heydenreich, Berlin auf den vorderen Spiegeln. - Einbände etwas berieben. Vortitel des zweiten Bandes eselsohrig. Sonst und insgesamt gute Exemplare.[Architektur, Sakralarchitektur, Gotik, Gewölbe, Form und Stärke der Widerlager, Pfeiler und Säulen und Auskragungen, Grundrissbildung der Kirche, Kirche im Querschnitt und Aufriss, Gliederung und Bekrönung der Wand, Fenster und Maßwerk, Thüren und Portale, Aufrissentwicklung der Türme, Dekorative Malerei...]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn
2017-12-11 01:12:14
Plate 106: Portrait of Wolffgang Dieterich von Embs. Wolfgang Dietrich, Count of Ems (1507 - 1538), was a German nobleman. German text on verso not referring to the plate. Etching/engraging on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: This original antique print originates from 'Der Aller durchleuchtigsten und grossmachtigen Kayser Konigen und Ertzhertzogen Fursten, wie auch Grafen, Herren von Adel'. Elaborate full-page full-length portrait plates within ornamental architectural frame, elaborate wood-engraved text borders. Editio princeps (in Latin) published in Innsbruck, 1601. Grandly illustrated Mannerist catalogue of the Heldenrustkammer of Archduke Ferdinand II of Tirol at Schloss Ambras in Innsbruck - the first collection of armor assembled on historical principles, in the first purpose-built museum north of the Alps. The Roman Catholic Archduke Ferdinand II of Tirol (1529 - 1595) was an avid collector of weaponry and armoury, that had originally belonged to all sorts of princes and potentates. He assigned his personal secretary Jacob Schrenck von Notzing to write a catalogue of the collection of armory (Heldenrustkammer) housed at Schloss Ambras near Innsbruck which finally was brought to print in 1601 only. The magnificent catalogue (known as Armamentarium heroicum) shows very rare examples of armours from the 15th and 16th centuries which originally belonged to illustrious persons such as the Emperor Maximilian I or Prince Maurice of Orange. In 1582 the Antwerp born Augsburg engraver Dominicus Custos started to engrave the 126 portraits after the drawings of Giovanni B … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-30 20:19:14
Otmar, Johann
Augsburg, Johann Otmar, 1507 29 x 19 cm, Montiert a. Karton unter Passepartout., Min. angeschmutzt.Versand D: 12,00 EUR Totentanz Alte Drucke - Bibeln
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej
2017-11-30 16:32:57
Heinrich von Langenstein, Johann Spiegel, Johann Campanus, Sebastian Brant, Anthologie).
Strasburg Johann Knobloch 1507 - 8°. 22 Blätter. Pappeinband der Zeit. Merkwürdige Zusammenstellung von älteren und aktuellen (S. Brant!) Texten: Heinricus de Hassia ist, wie am Ende seines Textes "Speculum Anime" steht: Heinricus Langenstein de Hassia bzw. Heinrich von Langenstein, alternativ auch Heinrich Heinbuche, 1325 - 1397; der Text ist in den 80er Jahren des 14. Jahrhunderts entstanden. - Weitere Texte vom Gegenpapst Johannes XXIII und Sebastians Brants aktuelles Klagelied über den Tod Philipps I. von Kastilien (1506). - Bibliotheksstempel und handschriftliche Signatur auf Titel, der Pappdeckel geknickt.
Bookseller: Libelle mit H & B [Switzerland]
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2017-11-22 18:04:26
FALKENER, Michael.
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2017-11-20 11:12:47
Piccaja, Giambaptista [Hrsg.]
Alonso de la Vera Cruz (1507-1584) war Augustiner-Eremit, Missionar u. Kämpfer für die Menschenrechte der Indianer in Mexiko.
Bookseller: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat Köln
2017-11-13 15:30:23
Iodocus Erfordensis, Jodocus von Erfurt] / (Caccialupi Giovanni Battista):
Paris, Iehan [Jean] Petit : offizin Jean Barbier, 7. September 1507. 8° (17x11), 1wBl., [210] Bl., 1 wBl., 1. Blatt mit Titel und großer dekorative Druckermarke des Jean Petit, zweispaltiger Druck mit zahlr. Initialen, Halblederband mit Einzelstempeln Holzdeckeln auf 5 starken Bünden, Messingschliesse mit gotischer Minuskel-Prägung an Pergamentstreifen (intakt), gestochenes Wappenexlibris des 18. Jh. auf Innenspiegel, die ersten 4 Blatt sowie gelegentliche zeitgenössische Marginalie, sehr schönes und wohlerhaltenes Exemplar, (Vocabularius perutilis utriusque iuris tam civilis quam canonici) colophon: Parisius impressum: per Johanne barbier: impensis Johanis parui . Anno d[omi]ni millesimo quingetesimo septimo di vero vij mensis Septembris.-- Sehr geschätztes Rechtslexikon erstmals 1475 erschienen und bis zu Beginn des 17. Jahrhunderts mehrfach aufgelegt, hier in einer frühen Ausgabe des 16. Jahrhunderts.- Die Autorenschaft wird gewöhnlich Jodocus aus Erfurt zugeschrieben.- la [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Stiftskirche [Bad Waldsee, Germany]
2017-11-11 09:59:15
Iodocus Erfordensis, Jodocus von Erfurt] / (Caccialupi Giovanni Battista):
Paris, Iehan [Jean] Petit : offizin Jean Barbier, 7. September 1507. 8° (17x11), 1wBl., [210] Bl., 1 wBl., 1. Blatt mit Titel und großer dekorative Druckermarke des Jean Petit, zweispaltiger Druck mit zahlr. Initialen, Halblederband mit Einzelstempeln Holzdeckeln auf 5 starken Bünden, Messingschliesse mit gotischer Minuskel-Prägung an Pergamentstreifen (intakt), gestochenes Wappenexlibris des 18. Jh. auf Innenspiegel, die ersten 4 Blatt sowie gelegentliche zeitgenössische Marginalie, sehr schönes und wohlerhaltenes Exemplar, (Vocabularius perutilis utriusque iuris tam civilis quam canonici) colophon: Parisius impressum: per Johanne barbier: impensis Johanis parui . Anno d[omi]ni millesimo quingetesimo septimo di vero vij mensis Septembris.-- Sehr geschätztes Rechtslexikon erstmals 1475 erschienen und bis zu Beginn des 17. Jahrhunderts mehrfach aufgelegt, hier in einer frühen Ausgabe des 16. Jahrhunderts.- Die Autorenschaft wird gewöhnlich Jodocus aus Erfurt zugeschrieben.- la [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2017-11-03 11:35:11
Holzhey, Helmut
1507 Seiten, 31,4 x 18,8 x 11,8 cm, Leinen mit Schutzumschlag. Beide Halbbände in sehr gutem Zustand. ISBN: 9783796510359
Bookseller: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat Thomas Ha
2017-10-28 04:57:06
HEURES
Paris, Jean Barbier pour Guillaume Eustache, 1507. ______ Format : In-8 allongé. [135 x 60 mm] Collation : (96) ff. Reliure : Maroquin fauve, double filet doré, dos orné de fleurs de lis et de filets, avec croisillons à froid en tête et queue, tranches dorées (Reliure du XVIe siècle). ____ Très rare édition, imprimée sur peau de vélin, dans une fraîche reliure du XVIe siècle et d'un format peu commun. Ces "heures" sont illustrées de 17 bois gravés, tous mis en couleurs et dorés à l'époque. Impression en noir et rouge, caractères gothiques, marque gravée de Guillaume Eustache sur le titre. Almanach pour les années 1507 à 1520. Au colophon : "Les prese[n]tes heures a lusaige de Rome tout au long sans requerir furent acheuees le xi iour de Auril Lan mil cinq cens et sept. Par iehan Barbier imprimeur demoura[n]t a Paris en la rue sai[n]t Jaques [sic] Pour Guillaume eustace, demoura[n]t en la grant salle du palais au troisieme pillier." Un seul autre exemplaire est connu de cette édition (Huntington Library). Elle est inconnue de toutes les bibliographies : Bohatta, Lacombe, Brunet, Praet, Ales. *-------* Very rare edition, printed on vellum, in a very handsome 16th century binding, of an unusual size. Illustrated by 10 large and 7 small hand-colored woodcuts, within gold frames. The initials and other ornaments are illuminated. Printed in black and red, in gothic type, Eustace's device above imprint. Almanac for 1507-1520, on title page verso. Colophon reads : "Les prese[n]tes heures a lusaige de Rome tout au long sans requerir furent acheuees le xi iour de Auril Lan mil cinq c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2017-10-16 12:27:33
(Arnoldus von Tongern, Jacob Wimpheling auch Wimpfeling)
Im Colophon Nürnberg, Hieronymus, 1507. Kl.4°. 10 Blätter. Mit einem satirischen Holzschnitt von Wolf Traut auf dem Titelblatt. Altes Halbpergament. VD 16 A 3765. Erweiterte Auflages des erstmals 1504 in Köln erschienen Traktates gegen das Zölibat. Der Elässer Humanist Wimpheling war ein entschiedener Gegener des Konkubinats beim Klerus. Im Rand leicht wasserrandig. Kleines Ex Libris auf Innendeckel. Gutes und sauberes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat B. Fatzer [Switzerland]
2017-10-16 11:34:47
Diodorus Siculus.
{pr. by Jean Marchant for} Jean Petit, 1507. [bound with] Justinus, Marcus Junianus. Justini historia ex Trogo Pompeio quattor & triginta epithomatis collecta; acc. Lucius Florus et Sextus Rufus. [Paris]: De Marnef, [ca. 1507]. 4to. A8B4C6a-y8.4z6&4; [18], 140 ff. Diodorus, according to the Oxford Companion to Classical Literature, "is one of the sources of our knowledge of the legends of mythology." His 40-book Bibliotheke Historike, with its accounts of the mythic origins of Hellenes, Greeks, and Egyptians, helps document the derivations of the Greek and Roman gods and also preserves fragments of the sources he consulted. Only 15 intact books of this history of the world were known at the beginning of the 16th century; the noted Renaissance scholar Poggio Bracciolini provided this translation of the first six from the original Greek for Nicholas V. (Books 16 and 17 were to be discovered in 1517.) Diodorus's work is here accompanied by Justinus's abridged version of Trogus Pompeius's history. Both books feature striking capitals and title-page devices. The typography of the first book is Jean Marchant's, done for Jean Petit whose lion-and-leopard device is prominently displayed. The second book's device shows initials of two of the three de Marnef brothers (E and G) beneath a pelican in her piety. This second book collates exactly like the Jean Petit edition of Justinus, printed sometime after December of 1507, and appears to differ from it solely in its title-page, probably reset only for insertion of the de Marnef device. => While one copy of Diodorus bo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:05:07
Peter Lombard, Bishop of Paris
Basel: Nicolai Kessler, 1507. Full calf. Good +. Folio. ff.(248). Double column Gothic text. Title page and first text leaf rubricated. Woodcut printer's device below colophon (on verso of leaf 228). Rebound in 20th c. full brown calf, blind tooled spine compartments. First 26 and final 16 leaves with pinhole worming touching many individual letters, but overall readability not compromised. Some old water staining of outer leaves along top blank margin. 2 final leaves with old paper repairs at top margin (no text loss) and final (Index) leaf is backed. Old library rubber stamps on verso of title. Early 16th century scholarly edition of "The Sentences" of Peter Lombard, edited by H. Gorichem, with his commentary and that of 4 others. Adams p. 894. BL German STC, p. 688.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. [US]
2017-10-10 15:42:02
SABELLICO (eig. COCCIO), Marco Antonio.
- (Am Ende:) Venedig, Ioannes Bartholomeus (d.i. G. B. Gabiano aus Asti), 19. Sept. 1507. 4to. 4 nn., 146 num. Bl. mit einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Marmorierter Halbleder d. 19. Jahrhunderts mit Rückenschild u. etwas Rückenvergoldung (berieben). Erste Ausgabe, ein Jahr nach Sabellicos Tod herausgegeben von Giovanni Battista Egnazio. Nach Rubriken geordnetes Handbuch der Weisheit und praktischen Lebenskunst mit Exempeln aus der Heiligen Schrift und den antiken Schriftstellern. Ein Entwurf zum humanistischen Lebensideal der Renaissance. Sabellico, ein Schüler des Pomponius Laetus, ist vor allem als venezianischer Geschichtsschreiber und Verfasser der ersten modernen Universalgeschichte im antiken Geist bekannt. Er selbst führte ein eher ausschweifendes Leben und starb an einer venerischen Krankheit. - Schöne, wohlerhaltene venezianische Postinkunabel. - BM STC Italian, Suppl. 31 (unter Coccius); vgl. Jöcher IV, 6. - Zu Beginn etwas fingerfleckig, letzte Bl. schwach wasserrandig. Zahlreiche alte Anstreichungen in Tinte, Titelbl. verso mit kl. Stempel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip
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2017-10-09 15:54:23
verschiedene Herausgeber
Sagen 344 S in mittelhochdeutsch + 1 Blatt, Ganzkalbsledereinband mit 5 echten Bünden aus der Buchbinderei Prade,Leipzig , Kopfgoldschnitt, bis auf geringen Kantenabrieb tadeloses,fast neuwertiges Exemplar= Die Monumentalausgabe der Kudrun wurde für den Hyperion-Verlag Hans von Weber in München gedruckt zu Haarlem von Joh. Enschede en Zonen und vollendet am 15. Maerz des Jahres Neunzehnhundertundelf.Die Drucklegung wurde von Ernst Schulte-Strathaus überwacht. Es wurden 1507 numerierte Exemplare abgezogen: 7 Exemplare auf Pergament. Nr. 1 bis 100 auf weisses holländisches Buetten. Nr. 101 bis 1400 auf Hadernpapier. Dieses Exemplar ist Nummer 1314 =
Bookseller: Antiquariat Alfred Tauchnitz
2017-10-07 00:27:26
GHISLANDI Antonio
De Silva Franc. ?, 1507. 2 parti in un vol. in-folio, ff. (4), CCVIII; CXXXI, (1 bianco), testo in carattere romano su due colonne, titolo a stampa rossa, grandi e piccole lettere iniziali ornate su forndo nero. Pregevole legatura torinese del tempo in p. pelle interamente decorata a secco sui piatti e al dorso con disegni geom. e fregi floreali (alcuni lievi abili restauri). Precedeono il testo versi di Domenico Macaneo e di Giovanni Tommaso Sertorio in onore dell'opera e una lettera dedicatoria dell'autore al vescovo di Torino Ludovico della Rovere. Prima edizione, probabilmente unica, di quest'esegesi del Vangelo di tutto l'anno liturgico, con l'interpretazione di oltre ottomila "dubbi" spiegati secondo il quadruplice senso della sacra scrittura: "hystorice, allegorice, tropologice, anagogice". Cinquecentina torinese assai rara. Ottimo esemplare nella sua bella legatura coeva (antiche firme di possesso sul f. di titolo).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-07 00:23:57
Ghislandi Antonio
(Francesco De Silva ?), in Alma & Vetustissima Civitate Thaurini. 2 parti un vol. in-folio (253x185mm), ff. (4), CCVIII; CXXXI; legatura coeva p. pergamena con titolo calligrafato in antico alla cuffia superiore. Frontespizio a stampa rossa. Iniziali xilografiche ornate su fondo nero, testo su due colonne in carattere romano. Il nome dell'autore, Antonio Ghislandi, si evince dalla dedica a stampa al Vescovo di Torino, Ludovico della Rovere, alla c. a2v; versi preliminati di Domenico Macaneo e Giovanni Tommaso Sertorio. Glosse e manicule marginali di proprietario rinascimentale. Lievi tracce d'uso alla pergamena. Aloni e bruniture sparse all'interno, restauro all'angolo superiore destro del titolo. Manca l'ultima c. bianca. Estesa bruciatura alla c. LXXIIII. Discreto esemplare nel complesso. Prima edizione, rarissima, priva di indicazioni tipografiche, ma probabilmente impressa da Francesco Silva, di questi commentari evangelici contenenti l'interpretazione di oltre 8.000 dubbi teologici e morali spiegati secondo il quadruplice senso della Sacra Scrittura: storico, allegorico, tropologico, anagogico. Il Ghislandi, nato a Giaveno in data imprecisata del XV secolo, morto dopo il 1507, fu predicatore domenicano e inquisitore a Torino.Bersano Begey, Cinquecentine piemontesi, I, p. 210. Adams, I, p. 484. Lipari, I, n. 894. Manca a STC Italian Books.
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2017-09-26 08:55:54
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.<I>With:</I><B>(2) PAS, Crispijn van de (I and II).</B> 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.<B>(3) [MILIARIA - BATTLE OF BUDA]. LEOPOLD I.</B> 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.
Ad 1: BAL 3452; Berlin Kat. 2586; STCN (8 copies, at least 6 incomplete); ad 2: cf. BAL 3452; Berlin Kat. 2586; STCN (8 copies, some incomplete). 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 monume … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2017-09-11 19:39:38
Heinrich von Langenstein, Johann Spiegel, Johann Campanus, Sebastian Brant, Anthologie).
Strasburg Johann Knobloch 1507 - 8°. 22 Blätter. Neuerer Papierumschlag. Merkwürdige Zusammenstellung von älteren und aktuellen (S. Brant!) Texten: Heinricus de Hassia ist, wie am Ende seines Textes "Speculum Anime" steht: Heinricus Langenstein de Hassia bzw. Heinrich von Langenstein, alternativ auch Heinrich Heinbuche, 1325 - 1397; der Text ist in den 80er Jahren des 14. Jahrhunderts entstanden. - Weitere Texte vom Gegenpapst Johannes XXIII und Sebastians Brants aktuelles Klagelied über den Tod Philipps I. von Kastilien (1506). - Bleistift-Signaturen.
Bookseller: Libelle mit H & B [Switzerland]
2017-08-14 12:32:49
Sacro Bosco, Johannes de
[Paris: Henrici Stephani, 1507. [63]pp., including numerous illustrations. Folio. Antique-style paneled calf, elaborately gilt, spine gilt. 18th-century institutional stamp on verso of titlepage. Occasional minor repairs, most prominent in blank margin of last leaf. Contemporary manuscript notes on several leaves. Overall very good. An important edition of Sacrobosco's works on astronomy and the calendar. A 13th-century mathematician and astronomer, Sacrobosco taught at the University of Paris and is believed to have been of British origin. There is, however, very little reliable information about his life. Much of what is "known" is little more than speculation on behalf of historians of the 16th and 17th centuries. SPHÆRA, as it is most commonly known, is the most famous of Sacrobosco's works. It is a basic account of the spherical geometry underpinning the mathematical astronomy of Ptolemy and his Arabic commentators. It was extraordinarily successful, particularly as a university text book. There are hundreds of extant manuscript copies, and it was first printed in 1472 at Ferrara. There were over thirty further incunabula editions, and more than two hundred in the 16th century; the last early modern edition was printed in Antwerp in 1673. The interest in Sacrobosco's work and computations was no doubt fueled by the mathematical demands of the art of navigation, then a fundamental element of the desperate race for control of the New World. In fact, other editions of Sacrobosco's work were published with fledgling accounts of Spanish discoveries, such as the 15 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-08-14 12:25:54
Arnoldus von Tongern, Jacob Wimpheling auch Wimpfeling)
Im Colophon Nürnberg, Hieronymus Höltzel 12. November 1507. Kl.4°. 10 Blätter. Mit einem satirischen Holzschnitt von Wolf Traut auf dem Titelblatt. Altes Halbpergament. VD 16 A 3765. Erweiterte Auflages des erstmals 1504 in Köln erschienen Traktates gegen das Zölibat. Der Elässer Humanist Wimpheling war ein entschiedener Gegener des Konkubinats beim Klerus. Im Rand leicht wasserrandig. Kleines Ex Libris auf Innendeckel. Gutes und sauberes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Fatzer ILAB [Zug, Switzerland]
2017-07-27 07:37:30
CORNAZZANO ANTONIO
Hieronymo Soncino, 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 è 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 inventò e fuse i caratteri in corsivo. L'opera infatti è 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'infermità 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 poche car … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-07-27 07:37:30
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]
2017-07-02 07:48:55
Canon Law
1507. Leipzig, 1507. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6").. Leipzig, 1507. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6"). A Rare 1507 Commentary on Words, Maxims and Phrases in Canon Law [Canon Law]. Lectura Super Titulo de Regulis Juris: Libro VI. [Leipzig: Vuolfgangus Monacensis, 1507]. 140, [12] ff. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6"). Recent paper-covered boards. Title page printed in red and black, guide spaces not illuminated. Moderate toning to text, occasional faint dampstaining to head of text block, minor worming to margins in a few places with minor loss to text, light soiling and early owner inscription to title page. $2,500. * Only edition located. An anonymous commentary on De Regulis Juris, a collection of 88 words, maxims and phrases in Book 5, Title 12 of the Liber Sextus Decretalium, one of the four components of the Corpus Juris Canonici. Complete in itself and bibliographically distinct, this book has a companion volume with additional commentary that was published in 1508. Both are rare. OCLC locates 6 copies of the 1507 Lectura, 1 in North America (UC-Berkeley Law School). Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts L902.
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2017-06-26 19:03:30
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.
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2017-06-23 16:41:18
Canon Law
1507 - Leipzig, 1507. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6"). A Rare 1507 Commentary on Words, Maxims and Phrases in Canon Law [Canon Law]. Lectura Super Titulo de Regulis Juris: Libro VI. [Leipzig: Vuolfgangus Monacensis, 1507]. 140, [12] ff. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6"). Recent paper-covered boards. Title page printed in red and black, guide spaces not illuminated. Moderate toning to text, occasional faint dampstaining to head of text block, minor worming to margins in a few places with minor loss to text, light soiling and early owner inscription to title page. $2,500. * Only edition located. An anonymous commentary on De Regulis Juris, a collection of 88 words, maxims and phrases in Book 5, Title 12 of the Liber Sextus Decretalium, one of the four components of the Corpus Juris Canonici. Complete in itself and bibliographically distinct, this book has a companion volume with additional commentary that was published in 1508. Both are rare. OCLC locates 6 copies of the 1507 Lectura, 1 in North America (UC-Berkeley Law School). Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts L902. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2017-06-11 08:28:13
Tibullus, Albius, Gaius Valerius Catullus u. Sextus Propertius.
Fol. Mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke u. zahlr. schwarzgrundigen figürl. u. floralen Initialen versch. Formats. 181 nn. Bll. (ohne das letzte weiße). - Vorgeb. [Trogus Pompeius, Gnaeus]. - Justinus, Marcus Justinianus. Ex trogo pompeio historiae cum multis memorabilibus in margine. Ebda., 17. V. 1507. Fol. Mit zahlr. schwarzgrundigen figürl. Initialen versch. Formats. LIII num., 1 weißes Bll., Etw. späterer Pgmt.-Bd. a. 5 Bünden m. handschriftl. Rückentitel. Ad 1) Reich kommentierte Inkunabelausgabe der drei Elegiker. - Ad 2) Frühe Ausgabe der zur Mitte des 1. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. verfassten Universalgeschichte Historiae Philippicae des Pompeius Trogus, dessen Werk nur in dem vorliegenden Auszug des Justinus erhalten ist. - Elegante Antiquadrucke mit dekorativem Initialschmuck, u.a. aus einem großformatigen Kinderalphabet (Jennings 174f.). - Einband etw. berieben bzw. fleckig. Erste u. letzte. Seite mit kl. gelöschtem Stempel, dadurch bedingt kleines Löchlein im Impressum mit min. Buchstabenverlust. Vereinzelte kl. Randläsuren bzw. Wurm- u. Knickspuren. Einige alte Marginalien. Tlw. etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Ad 1) Hain/C 4766 Goff T-374 Proctor 5461 BMC V, 535 BSB-Ink T-348 Schweiger II, 77 GW M47037 ISTC it00374000. - Ad 2) Panzer VIII, 385, 390 Schweiger II, 485 nicht bei Adams Proctor/Isaac u. im BM STC, Italian Books.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2017-06-08 15:49:17
VIGNOLA, Giacomo Barozzi da.
, . . Ad 1: BAL 3452; Berlin Kat. 2586; STCN (8 copies, at least 6 incomplete); ad 2: cf. BAL 3452; Berlin Kat. 2586; STCN (8 copies, some incomplete). 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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