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2018-12-18 03:23:16
WUNDERSCHÖNE AUSGABE IM SAGENHAFTEN ILLUSTRATIONEN Livre d'heures / Stundenbuch Heures a lusaige de Ro(m)me nouellement imprimees/ esquelles a plusieurs belles hystoires de la bible/ auec les figures de lapocalipse/ la da(n)ce macabre/ (et) plusieurs autres. Gedruickt in Paris im Verlag von Thielman Kerver aus dem Jahre 1508, 11. Mai. Buchformat: 16cm x 10,3 cm. Sehr reich illustriertes Werk mit ganzseitiger Einhorn-Marke Kervers (Renouard 499), Aderlassmann in Menschengestalt, 15 großen Metallschnitten, 29 Kleinbildern und Bordüren auf jeder Seite, darunter ein Apokalypsen- und ein Totentanzzyklus. Eingemalte Lombarden in Rot u. Blau. Kollationierung: 114 Blatt (statt 124). Lagen: a-k8, l8-2, m8-2, b8-1, o8-1, p8-2, q4-2. Gebunden in einen schlichten Pappeinband des 18. Jahrhunderts. Enthält folgende 15 große Metallschnitte, meist aus der Werkstatt des Jean Pichore: Ölmarter des Johannes, Gefangennahme Christi, Wurzel Jesse, Verkündigung, Heimsuchung, Geburt, Verkündigung an die Hirten, Anbetung der Könige, Darbringung im Tempel, Flucht nach Ägypten, Krönung Mariae, Salbung Davids, Erweckung des Lazarus, Pfingstwunder und Schmerzensmann.. ZUSTAND: Gutes Exemplar, Einband berieben und etwas bescharbt. Im Außensteg meist leicht wasserrandig, ca. die ersten zehn Blatt durch Feuchtigkeit mit leichten Schäden im Außenrand. Es fehlen die Blatt l2, l7, m4, m5, n8, o7, p1, p8, q1 u. q4. Überweisung auf DEUTSCHES ODER SCHWEIZER KONTO. Der versicherte Versand innerhalb Deutschlands kostet 6,00 Euro. Für den Versand innerhalb der Schweiz, Portokosten bitte gesondert erfragen. Für den … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquarischekostbarkeit [Balmberg, CH]
2018-11-17 08:30:26
Marcus Tullius Cicero
Florence / Florentiae: Philippi Giuntae; Fillippo Giunta. Condition: Very Good. Published 1508, 8vo, old orange dyed boards, LXXII, LXXV, [1] leaves. Very good, old ownership signatures to verso of last leaf, light rubbing to binding, contains "De inventione" and "Rhetorica ad Herennium" Edited by Laurentius Romuleus. Colophon leaf [K2]: "Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa a Philippi Giuntae florentini, Anno à Virginis Nuntio Octauo supra Mille et Quingentos sexto Idus Martias, Petro Soterino Vexillifero felicissimo.".
Bookseller: Caliban Books [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-11-06 22:26:35
SAVONAROLA.
nella quale si contiene laexamina depeccati dogni [!] e qualunque peccatore: che e utile e perfecta confessione. Firenze, (Gian Stephano di Carlo da Pavia), 23 Ottobre. 1508. in-8, ff. 26 n.n., legatura d'amatore in marocchino nocciola, titolo oro al dorso. Grande silografia al titolo (mm 98x87) raffigurante l'incontro di Savonarola, accompagnato da un frate, con un gruppo di Murate, il tutto entro bella struttura archiettonica e racchiuso da una cornice fogliacea a fondo nero. In fine legno (mm 98x88) con Cristo crocifisso tra la Vergine, San Giovanni e la Maddalena. Terza edizione (la prima apparve presso il Morgiani e Petri tra 1495 e 1496) di questa guida alla confessione indirizzata alla Badessa del Monastero delle Murate. Mentre il celebre ''Confessionale'' savonaroliano è esposizione per i ministri del Sacramento, questa ''Operetta'' è invece rivolta a chi deve essere confessato. Bell'esemplare, malgrado il nome dell'autore sia stato censurato sul titolo.. Ridolfi, 132 p. 76. Gruyer pp. 34-35 e 149-151. STC p. 615. Adams S- Olschki, Choix 5283. Landau 146. Schnitzer II, 354. Sander 6805.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-10-08 08:10:33
Beroaldo Filippo (il Vecchio)
I.Barbier in bibliopole Dionisii Roce. 8vo (cm. 19,5), LXXVII cc., 25 cc.nn. con grande impresa tipografica Roce al frontis. e alcuni capilettera ornati (segue) Declamatio lepidissima Ebriosi Scortatoris Aleatoris deviciositate Disceptantium: Condita a Philippo Beroaldo, ibidem, per Anthonium BÅ?nemere p D.Roce 1508, 12 cc.nn. con grande impresa tipografica Roce al frontis. e alcuni capilettera ornati (segue) Isocratis addemonicum oratio praeceptiva e graeco in latinum versa..., ibidem, per AnthoniÅ© Bonnemere... pro Dyonisio Roce s.d., 6 cc.n. con grande impresa tipografica Roce al frontis. (segue) Symbola Pythagore..., ibidem, Barbier 1505, 18 cc.nn. con grande impresa tipografica Roce al frontis. e num.si capilettera ornati (segue) Libellus quo septem sapientium sententiae discutiuntur, ibidem, per Ioannem Barbier 1505, 12 cc. nn. (manca la carta a8 e le due(?) carte che seguono la fine dell’opuscolo) con grande impresa tipografica Roce al frontis. Legatura coeva in piena pelle con fregi a secco ai piatti. Ds. rinnovato. Mancanze anticamente restaurate al frontis. della prima opera con increspatura della carta e lieve alone. Le cinque carte finali dell’ultimo opuscolo sono restaurate con parziale perdita di testo. Per il resto ottimo esemplare. Raro insieme di scritti del grande umanista bolognese Filippo Beroaldo il vecchio (1453-1505). Nella prima opera sono stampate num.se orazioni (orazioni per nozze, ecc.), scritti di storia, di filosofia, discorsi effettuati in occasioni solenni. Nella bibliografia consultata abbiamo rintracciato solo la seconda opera (Br.Libr. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2018-10-01 08:03:56
BRITANNICO, Gregorio
1508 Funeral Wedding Sermons Britannicus + Letter Writing for Nobility Miniatore An impressive pairing of two fine, early 16th-century (post incunable) works on sermons and letter-writing published in Venice in 1508. Gregorio Britannicus was a 15th- and 16th-century author from a well-known and prestigious Lombardian family of printers of Palazzolo sull’Oglio. Active in Brescia, he is most-remembered for his collection of funeral and wedding sermons. This work, ‘Sermones Funebres Vulgares’ includes dozens of prayers specific for individuals, married couples, women and children, and even the dead! Bartolomeo Miniatore was an Italian man of letters who is remembered for his letter-writing manuals, which were particularly popular with 16th-century females who had a growing interesting in the art of writing. (Ray). According to Ray, works such as ‘Formulario et Epistolario’ “demonstrated a practical concern for promoting the kind of courtly culture and civil conversation, and taught readers how to compose socially appropriate missives through the imitation of examples. Some of these manuals included specific instruction on how to ‘write like a woman,’ often through the presentation of women’s love letters.” This 1508 edition of Miniatore’s letter-writing manual, published by Rusconi, is exceedingly rare. Not only are none found for sale, but, according to the USTC, only one copy is known to exist in European libraries! Item number: #3467 Price: $1500 BRITANNICO, Gregorio Sermones funebres vulgares litteraliterque pronunciandi. Item sermones nuptiales pulcherrimi Venetia [Venice … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-09-30 07:41:53
Cicero, Marcus Tullius
Florence / Florentiae: Philippi Giuntae; Fillippo Giunta, 1508.
Bookseller: Caliban Books [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-09-15 01:23:23
Monmouth, Geoffrey of; and Joannes Major
Paris: Jocodus Badius Ascensius, 1508. First Editions. Small quarto (186 x 135 mm) in 18th century calf with gilt to spine. Rebacked and preserving old spine. Monmouth complete excepting for the final blank, N6. Large woodcut printer's device on the title of a printing press, and large woodcut coat of arms on AA8. A5 and A6 bound out of order. Bound with Major, Joannes. Historia maioris Britanniae... Paris: Jocodus Badius Ascensius, 1521. Major collates complete with large woodcut printer's device on title, and armorial woodcut on title verso. Overall excellent copies of two of the most important sourcebooks in English mythology, which respectively introduced King Arthur and Robin Hood to the public. Housed in a custom leather clamshell. Printed centuries after Monmouth's death, Britanniae transformed a scribal manuscript into a publicly accessible and highly popular history. Credited with laying the foundation for the legends of King Arthur and his Round Table, the book also recorded the tales of monarchs such as King Lear. A favorite text among the Latin grammar schoolboys of Shakespeare's day, Monmouth's history served as an inspiration and a source for some of Shakespeare's most famous tragedies. Bound with Major, which complements Monmouth's text insofar as it includes the first printed reference to Robin Hood and his merry band. Both works have influenced countless authors, songwriters, playswrights, and filmmakers. Adams G444 and M228. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [USA]
2018-07-18 17:33:20
SABELLICUS Marcus Antonius
(Gotardo da Ponte ? / Hier. Pentio ?) (Milano /Venezia), s.d. (1508 ca.) In-4 p. (mm. 280x205), cartonato rustico settecentesco, tit. ms. al dorso, 8 cc.nn., CCLXXXIII cc.num. (in effetti 281: la numeraz. salta da 23 a 26 - la prima carta bianca). Frontesp. con titolo in rosso, inquadrato in elegante cornice composta da fronde, cornucopie e vasi, silografata su fondo nero. Nel titolo si legge: ".. e del Principio de la Cita, e de Tutte le Guere (sic) da Mare e Terra facte in Italia: Dalmacia. Grecia. e contra tuti li infideli.. volgarizate per Matheo Vesconte de Sancto Canciano..". In fine (c. V8) si legge: ".. Ad Instancia e Impensa de Oldrato Lampugnano. Spampate con Gratia e Priuilegii..". Alla c. V9 grande marca tipografica con P G su fondo nero; al verso il Registro dell'opera."Manca" l'ultima carta che contiene un altro titolo silografato (in grossi caratteri gotici e stampato in rosso) con la stessa bordura in nero del frontesp.Cfr. Sander,III,6650 che lo data ca. 1508 - Adams,II, p. 167 lo data ca. 1510 -Lozzi,II,6105 - Coleti,II, p. 238: "Pare stampato dopo il 1506, e dopo la morte del Sabellico, prima che si pubblicassero i tre libri della IV deca; poich il Vesconte non volgarizz che le tre prime Deche" - Choix de Olschki,V,5217: "Edition extrmement rare".Prime 16 cc. lievem. arross. (incluso il frontesp. con tracce duso - 1 c. con ang. sup. manc.); lievi aloni margin. interc. nel t.; la c. CXXII restaur. per ang. inf. mancante; lievi aloni rossi alla sola c. CXLI; ma complessivam. un buon esemplare. "Sabellico, nome sotto il quale noto Marcantonio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2018-07-18 03:18:00
Plinius
Venice: 1508. If viewing on a mobile device please view the "Item Description" under "About this Item" to see all images and description Louis88Books. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Louis'88Books [Andover, GB]
2018-07-03 21:54:15
BOHIER (Nicolas de), Nicolas Bohier, Nicolaus BOHERIUS
PREMIER COMMENTAIRE DE COUTUME & EDITION ORIGINALE de mars 1508. - 1508, PARIS, GASPARD PHILIPPE. (Expliciunt Consuetudines inclite civitatis et septene Byturigensis. Impresse Parisius opera Gaspardi Philippe in vico Sancti Jacobi sub Delphinorum effigie sedentis. Anno salutis christiane millesimo quingentesimo octavo sole vero martii vigesimam octavam claudente.) - In-huit, pleine basane 19e, orné de plaques à froid renaissance, dos à trois nerfs, filets guillochés aux coupes. - Texte de la COUTUME DE BOURGES en français, encadré à toutes pages par la GLOSE en latin DE NICOLAS BOHIER imprimée sur 2 colonnes. Impression Gothique. - COLLATION : (a-t8, v4), cxxxv-[21], 3 ff., f. de garde avec notes du 16e S. manuscrites, P. de Titre bicolore avec la vignette gravée sur bois de l'éditeur Gaspard PHILIPPE, au dos à pleine page gravées sur bois les armes de Louis XII avec la devise VIVE LE ROY DE FRANCE ; 2 pp. pour l'Epître Dédicatoire de NICOLA BOERI à Johanne de GANNAY. (NB. Cette épître est en latin contrairement à la seconde édition de lyon traduite en français). - Ex-libris manuscrits de Jehan Lemoigne repris à trois reprises en fin d'ouvrage. - Nombreuses notes en marge ou bas de pages, discrètes à l'encre brune, d'érudition juridique de l'époque tout au long de l'ouvrage et qui semble de l'écriture de Maistre LEMOIGNE. Au long de l'ouvrage trous de vers ne nuisant pas à la lecture et traces d'auréoles sans conséquences en fin d'ouvrage. - Les coutumes non écrites de Bourges, de Mehun, et d'Issoudun sont considérées comme les plus anciennes, le droit romain y est cons … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Bernard Marie Rolin [France, Blet]
2018-06-09 15:56:57
PSALTER. - [A LOVELY POST-INCUNABLE]
(Argentine (Strassburg), Joannem Knoblouch (Knoblauch), 1508). 4to. Bound in well-preserved contemp. full pigskin over wood. Profusely blindtooled with rolls and ornamental stamps. Spine with 3 raised bands. Original brass clasp and catch. Light spotting to frontcover. On top of frontcover clalligraphed in ink: "Psalm". Ff (4) + Ff CXXVI + F (1) + last blank (lower righ of the blank has lost a part of the paper). Title-page printed in red inside vertikal woodcut borders and with a large woodcut depicting King David playing the harpe. The following three leaves (Calender) printed in red and black. The woodcut initial "P" in "Psalterium on title-page rubricated. Large rubricated woodcut initials. The first in different colours of gold, red and blue. One initial unfinished. The Latin text surrounded by the German text on each page. Printed on good heavy paper with broad margins, clean and fine. ¶ A fine and exellent example of a work from the famous Knoblauch-Press in Strassburg, being an early printed psalter completely in the incunable-style.Adams B1368. - Darlow-Moule, 4186. - Graesse V,481.
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [Denmark]
2018-06-09 15:56:53
BIBLIA LATINA, O.T.- PSALTER IN LATIN AND GERMAN. -
Title woodcut depicting King David, and with 2 lateral ornamental woodcuts and a large initial, initials in the text, title-page and calendar printed in red and black. Different Gothic types. (4), 126 (last blank) ff. 4to (183 x 140 mm). 17th century calf, double gold fillets, back in 6 compartments, marbled endpapers. Exlibris Friedrich Hommel (German hymnologist and liturgical researcher, 1813-1892). Strasbourg, Johann Knoblouch, 1508. An early Psalter edition printed in an incunable style, with Canticles and Creeds in Latin and German, Letania and Orationes in Latin only. The Latin text is printed inside and surrounded by the Geman text in smaller types. The headlines in the present copy give the folio numbers on the recto of each leaf, and a heading such as "Suntag zu metten" on the verso. This edition follows a Strasbourg edition, Matthias Hupfuff, 1506 (cf. VD 16 ZV 1740) with noticeable though uneven revisions and corrections. - A nice copy and an excellent example of Knoblouch's fine printing. - VD 16 ZV 1741; Proctor 10064; Adams B 1368; Panzer VI.41.118; Benzing 128; Kristeller 351*; Muller, p. 118 no. 41; Risse, Gedruckte deutsche Psalter vor 1524, p. 50 no. 6 and p. 89; Darlow-Moule 4186. BIBLES ; FRANCE ; RELIGION ;
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
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2018-06-08 15:46:04
BIBLIA LATINA, O.T.- PSALTER IN LATIN AND GERMAN. -
Strasbourg, Johann Knoblouch, 1508. Title woodcut depicting King David, and with 2 lateral ornamental woodcuts and a large initial, initials in the text, title-page and calendar printed in red and black. Different Gothic types. (4), 126 (last blank) ff. 4to (183 x 140 mm). 17th century calf, double gold fillets, back in 6 compartments, marbled endpapers. Exlibris Friedrich Hommel (German hymnologist and liturgical researcher, 1813-1892). Strasbourg, Johann Knoblouch, 1508. An early Psalter edition printed in an incunable style, with Canticles and Creeds in Latin and German, Letania and Orationes in Latin only. The Latin text is printed inside and surrounded by the Geman text in smaller types. The headlines in the present copy give the folio numbers on the recto of each leaf, and a heading such as "Suntag zu metten" on the verso. This edition follows a Strasbourg edition, Matthias Hupfuff, 1506 (cf. VD 16 ZV 1740) with noticeable though uneven revisions and corrections. - A nice copy and an excellent example of Knoblouch's fine printing. - VD 16 ZV 1741; Proctor 10064; Adams B 1368; Panzer VI.41.118; Benzing 128; Kristeller 351*; Muller, p. 118 no. 41; Risse, Gedruckte deutsche Psalter vor 1524, p. 50 no. 6 and p. 89; Darlow-Moule 4186. BIBLES ; FRANCE ; RELIGION ;
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2018-06-08 15:46:04
OTTO VON PASSAU, O.F.M).
Strasbourg, Johannes Knobloch, 18 Feb. 1508. With large title woodcut (153 x 104 mm plus a narrow border on left) representing S. John before the Almighty and the 24 Elders; an angel on right, and 23 large woodcuts including many repeats, all in contemporary coloring, and initials. Gothic type. 47 lines. 2 cols. (104) leaves. Folio (255 x 200 mm). 19th century vellum. Strasbourg, Johannes Knobloch, 18 Feb. 1508. First German edition printed in the 16th century, and probably the 8th edition in German at all. The first to use this series of illustrations which were subsequently used in five incunabular editions in German. The woodcuts are fine specimens from the editions printed before, and each represents the Soul (in form of a girl) kneeling before an Elder. The coloring is in light transparent shades which does not cover lines of the woodcuts, and is quite probably original. The popular and influential text is a series of treatises upon mystical theology and on morals, under the guise of teachings of the 24 Apocalyptic elders (Revelation IV, 4) for popular use. It was compiled by a monk from Basel around 1386 and first printed in German by Anton Sorg (Augsburg) on 10 March 1480, and later in Dutch. A good copy of an illustrated book from the very fine printing press of Knoblouch. - VD 16 O 1442; Weller 430; Kristeller 335; Fairfax Murray (German), 318; Proctor 10060; Muller, p. 120 no. 56. RELIGION / THEOLOGY ; GRAPHIC ARTS:ILLUSTRATED BOOKS ; RELIGION ;
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2018-06-04 13:46:14
Lucanus, Marcus Annaeus.
Mailand, Leonhard Pachel [für Giovanni Giacomo da Legnano & fratres], 1. Dezember 1508. Fol. Mit einem großen Titelholzschnitt u. zahlr. Holzschn.-Initialen im Text. 8 nn., 214 num. Bll., Mod. Pgmt. m. handschriftl. Rückentitel u. dreiseitig gespränkeltem Rotschnitt. Lucanus, der Neffe des Philosophen Seneca, war zunächst Protegé Kaiser Neros, bis er durch die Veröffentlichung der ersten Bücher seiner großen vorliegenden Dichtung in Ungnade fiel und zum Selbstmord gezwungen wurde. In seinem einzig überlieferten, unvollständig gebliebenen Werk beschreibt er den „Krieg von Pharsalos“ zwischen Cäsar und Pompejus ab dem Jahre 49, der mit dem Sieg Cäsars über die Römische Republik endete. - Die vorliegende Ausgabe mit den Kommentaren von Johannes Sulpitius Verulanus und Omnibonus Vicentinus, die neben dem Verfasser auch am Titelholzschnitt abgebildet sind. - Deckeln etw. geworfen (aufgebogen). Vorsatzblatt mit altem Eintrag zum Verfasser. Titel m. handschriftl. altem Druckvermerk, etw. angeschmutzt u. gestempelt. Etw. knapp beschnitten (die gedruckten Marginalien bzw. Kopfzeilen vereinzelt etw. angeschnitten). Tlw. schwach gebräunt bzw. fleckig. - Adams L 1561; BM STC, Italian Books 395; Schweiger I, 560; Isaac 13512; USTC 762263; Edit16 CNCE 32469. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Lucanus, Civilis belli Caesaris et Po[m]pei libri dece[m] suo nitori restituti. Interpretibus Ioanne Sulpitio Verulano & Omnibono Vicentino viris clarissimis. Additus est praeterea vocabulorum index, Postinkunabel, Postinkunabeln
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2018-05-28 22:02:21
D'IVRY JEAN, CURRE CHARLES, ANDRELINI PUBLIO FAUSTO.
1508. Due opere in un volume in-8°; 54 cc. (compreso il frontespizio con marca tipografica al recto e incisione in legno e piena pagina al verso, e altre 9 xilografie a piena pagina lungo il testo) - 10 cc. (compreso il frontespizio con marca tipografica al recto e incisione in legno e piena pagina al verso), testo francese e latino. Legatura settecentesca in tutto vitello, tassello in marocchino con titolo e fregi in oro al dorso, filetto in oro ai piatti, merletto interno, tagli dorati (restauri alle cerniere). Antico rinforzo al margine bianco interno ed esterno del titolo, due macchie non gravi al margine inferiore delle ultime due carte della prima opera e delle prime tre carte della seconda. Esemplare proveniente dalle collezioni Fairfax Murray (Bibl. Fairfax Murray I, 127) e Silvain Brunschwig (ex libris al contropiatto anteriore). Esemplare proveniente dalle collezioni Fairfax Murray e Brunschwig contenente la prima edizione dei Triumphes de France e il poema Les Faictz et gestes. Accompagna il testo un notevole apparato iconografico che comprende tra l'altro 10 grandi xilografie a piena pagina (alcune ripetute), raffiguranti scene di battaglia e scene della vita di corte. I Triumphes sono un poema eroico che Jean D'Ivry tradusse dall'originale latino di Charles Curre (il cui testo latino è qui stampato a margine), che tratta della campagne francesi in Italia al principio del secolo XVI e celebra le gesta del generale Bérault Stuart d'Aubigny. Seguono una ballade, due rondeaux e il poema Origine des Francois. La seconda opera, Les Faictz et gestes, è un poema di F. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [IT]
2018-05-11 06:16:54
Cicero, Marcus Tullius
Florence / Florentiae: Philippi Giuntae; Fillippo Giunta, 1508. Hardcover. Very Good. Published 1508, 8vo, old orange dyed boards, LXXII, LXXV, [1] leaves. Very good, old ownership signatures to verso of last leaf, light rubbing to binding, contains "De inventione" and "Rhetorica ad Herennium" Edited by Laurentius Romuleus. Colophon leaf [K2]: "Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa a Philippi Giuntae florentini, Anno à Virginis Nuntio Octauo supra Mille et Quingentos sexto Idus Martias, Petro Soterino Vexillifero felicissimo.
Bookseller: Common Crow Books [U.S.A.]
2018-04-20 22:45:01
GRAF, URS. - RINGMANN, Matthias.
Strasbourg, Johann Knobloch, 1508. 25 full-page woodcuts, 24 of them by Urs Graf, mostly with his monogram, and 1 woodcut by Hans Wechtlin. Roman type. 30 leaves. Folio (c. 295 x 200 mm). Early 17th cent. vellum, gold fillets, with large central colored and gold-stamped armorial supralibros on both covers (unidentified), back gilt. Strasbourg, Johann Knobloch, 1508. Urs Graf's (Solothurn 1485-1528) celebrated fine woodcut series of the the so-called Ringmann Passion of Jesus Christ was first issued in 1506 in two editions, German and Latin. The text from the NT passion was brought together by Johann Geiler von Keysersberg, the famous Swiss born priest (1445-1510). Editor of Urs Graf's present earliest book illustration was Matthias Ringmann (1482-1511), and this is its third Latin edition of one of Graf's most important works. All woodcuts are in strong impressions already displaying the characteristic realism and vigor of his style. Graf seems to have started to cut the woodblocks soon after coming from Solothurn to Strasbourg, and these woodcuts were reprinted in quick succession in Latin and German editions. Graf's 25th woodcut, representing the Man of Sorrow with instruments of torture, was replaced already in 1507 by a more conventioanl cut by Hans Wechtlin (Strasbourg 1480/85 - after 1526) of the Resurrection of Christ.- A fine copy. - VD 16 B 4696; Kristeller 353; Panzer VI,128; Brunet IV, 421; USTC 683072; Adams R-566; Major & Gradmann, Urs Graf, p. 6 and 130 (illus).
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2018-03-25 02:01:12
Stamler, Johannes.
[colophon: Auguste: Per Erhardum Oglin & Ieorgi Nadler, 1508]. Folio (31 cm, 12.25"). [2], 32, [2] ff. The first edition of this survey of "the diverse peoples and religions of the world." Stamler, a parish priest in Kissingen, Bavaria, studies the religions of the Turks, Saracens, Tartars, and Jews via the conceit of a => dramatic dialogue. Marginal notes point out the various heresies of those systems of beliefs — that is, heresies as defined by European Catholicism. The work was edited by Wolfgang Aittinger and its title-page is a full-block xylograph by Hans Burgkmair, which he has signed with his initials in the block's lower righthand corner. Oddly, this is printed again on the verso of the title-page, thus producing a double title-page. Another curious aspect of this work is found in the prefatory letter from the author to Jacob Locher, dated 1506 and found on the verso of leaf aiii. => Stamler specifically mentions Columbus and Vespucci and the world's debt to them: "De insulis aut inuentes mention nullã facio: Sed Cristoferi Colom erund inutoris et Alberici Vespucii de orbe moderno inuento (quibus tas nostra potissimú debet) quos tibi presentibus tractatulos mitto conspicias" — our free translation: "I do not make mention of the newly discovered islands: However, I send you [copies] of the little treatises of Christopher Columbus and Albert Vespucci (to whom our age is greatly indebted) on the newly discovered world." Where are the Stamler–Locher copies of those very rare books today? Harrisse, Bibliotheca Americana Vetustissima, 51 ("extremely rare"); A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [U.S.A.]
2018-03-16 06:34:24
STAMLER Johannes
Fine full-page title woodcut (210 x 185mm) by Hans Burgkmair (repeated on verso), incorporating a xylographic titles showing the 'Sancta Mater Ecclesia' enthroned with a complex allegory depicted below her (see below), both woodcuts boldly and skilfully highlighted in red; initials, underlining and rubrication throughout in red. Folio (310 x 215mm).[2], XXXII, [2]ff. 20th century binding using older vellum. First edition of Stamler's dramatic dialogue comparing the religions of the Tartars, Turks, Saracens and Jews, illustrated by a superb Hans Burgkmair woodcut; a prefatory letter contains a very early reference to Columbus and Vespucci. In a letter to Jacob Locher dated 1506 on a3v, Stamler refers to the New World discoveries, ?I do not make any mention of the newly discovered islands, but of Christopher Colom, their discoverer, and of Albericus Vespucius; on the discovery of the New World (to whom our age is chiefly indebted) behold what treatise I send you.? The Latin being ?De insulis autem inventis mentionem nullam facio; sed Cristoferi Colom earundem inventoris et Alberici Vespucii de orbe moderno invento (quibus etas nostra potissimum debet) quos tibi presentibus tractatulos mitto conspicias.? Burgkmair's magnificent woodcut is an ambitious attempt to reproduce the ideas of the author graphically. It shows a seated female figure representing the Church with the globe as a footstool; she sits before a tent, surrounded by the banners of the Papacy and the Empire. The Pope and Emperor kneel before her and on a lower step sit four queens representing the four false reli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-02-27 22:08:44
Cirino d'Ancona (attrib. author), & Pánfilo Sassi.
[colophon: In Perugia: per Andrea Bresciano], [1554–87]. 4to (21 cm, 8.25"). [8] pp. Unrecorded edition of the classic Italian fairy tale involving a fisherman's bargain with the devil and the many adventures of his son Liombruno in escaping said bargain, here with Italian Renaissance poet Sasso's "D'una che si lamenta del suo amante." The text is neatly printed in two columns using roman type, with a sizable woodcut of the devil and the fisherman bargaining at the sea's-edge at the start and a neat little tailpiece of type ornaments at the end. Though the work was printed a few times in the 16th and 17th centuries, searches of WorldCat, COPAC, the NUC, and EDIT16 find => no holdings of this edition in any institution.    Binding: 19th-century crushed light brown morocco, spine with gilt-stamped title, spine and covers framed in single gilt fillet, board edges with double gilt fillets, turn-ins with an intricate gilt roll of arabesque, dot, and tulip designs. All edges gilt. Signed on bottom front turn-in by London bookbinders Lloyd, Wallis, & Lloyd.    Provenance: Pencil note on front pastedown "Proviene della Raccolta Catalina Fernese"; more recently in the library of Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.         Not in Adams. Bound as above; very gently rubbed with a few small specks on covers and moderate offsetting from binding to endpapers. Leaves with moderate age-toning and some dust-soiling, fore- and inner margins expertly repaired via leafcasting; a handful of words quite rubbed. Provenance indicia as above. => A scarce fairy tale printing clearly me … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
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2018-02-26 00:07:58
Gregor I (Papst), der Große
Paris, Gering und Rembolt (Remboldt), 1489, 1508. 20 x 13 cm. Rotbrauner Lederband des 18. Jhdts mit dreifachen Goldfileten auf den Deckeln, 2 Rückenschildern, reicher -vergoldung, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung sowie dreiseitigem Goldschnitt und marmorierten Vorsätzen. Enthalten sind: 1. Dyalogus (...) in quattuor diuisus: de vita et miraculis patrû italicorum: et de eternitate animarû. (Paris, Wolff oder Gering/Remboldt 1489-91). 96 nn. Bl. (erstes und letztes weiß). GW 1140 gibt als Drucker Wolff an, der ab 1489 drei Jahre in Gerings Werkstatt und mit dessen Materialien/Typen arbeitete, so dass Goff (G402) auch Gering/Remboldt als Drucker angeben kann (die 1494 eine weitere Ausgabe mit derselben Kollation herausbrachten - vgl. Brunet II, 1726 und BM STC 208)). Keine Titelseite; Bl. a2 beginnt: "Incipit dyalogus beati Gregorii"; Initialspatien nicht ausgemalt. 2. 'Regula pastoralis' (a2 beginnt: "Prologvus. Incipit prologus in pastoralia"). (Paris, Wolff bzw. Gering/Remboldt 1489ff). 74 nn. Bll (das erste und letzte weiß). Keine Titelseite; Initialspatien nicht ausgefüllt. GW 11445: BSB-Ink-326G. 3. (Pseudo-Gregor - d. i. Robertus de Tumbalena): Expositio beati Gregorii pape super Cantica canticorum. In sole aureo vici Sorbonici Parisiis nuper impressa. Paris, Gering und Rembolt 16. Januar 1498. 28 nn. Bl. (von 30 - a3 und a 6 fehlen; es folgt ein weißes Bl.). Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke, in Rot und Blau gemalten Initialen und durchgehend in Rot rubriziert. GW 11416; BMC STC 61 4. Vorgebunden Gregor I: In septê psalmos penitêtiales explanatio ad modum vtilis. Paris, G … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [DE]
2018-02-23 00:10:43
Gregor I (Papst), der Große:
Paris, Gering und Rembolt (Remboldt), 1489-1508. 20 x 13 cm. Rotbrauner Lederband des 18. Jhdts mit dreifachen Goldfileten auf den Deckeln, 2 Rückenschildern, reicher -vergoldung, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung sowie dreiseitigem Goldschnitt und marmorierten Vorsätzen. Enthalten sind: 1. Dyalogus (.) in quattuor diuisus: de vita et miraculis patrû italicorum: et de eternitate animarû. (Paris, Wolff oder Gering/Remboldt 1489-91). 96 nn. Bl. (erstes und letztes weiß). GW 1140 gibt als Drucker Wolff an, der ab 1489 drei Jahre in Gerings Werkstatt und mit dessen Materialien/Typen arbeitete, so dass Goff (G402) auch Gering/Remboldt als Drucker angeben kann (die 1494 eine weitere Ausgabe mit derselben Kollation herausbrachten - vgl. Brunet II, 1726 und BM STC 208)). Keine Titelseite; Bl. a2 beginnt: "Incipit dyalogus beati Gregorii"; Initialspatien nicht ausgemalt. 2. 'Regula pastoralis' (a2 beginnt: "Prologvus. Incipit prologus in pastoralia"). (Paris, Wolff bzw. Gering/Remboldt 1489ff). 74 nn. Bll (das erste und letzte weiß). Keine Titelseite; Initialspatien nicht ausgefüllt. GW 11445: BSB-Ink-326G. 3. (Pseudo-Gregor - d. i. Robertus de Tumbalena): Expositio beati Gregorii pape super Cantica canticorum. In sole aureo vici Sorbonici Parisiis nuper impressa. Paris, Gering und Rembolt 16. Januar 1498. 28 nn. Bl. (von 30 - a3 und a 6 fehlen; es folgt ein weißes Bl.). Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke, in Rot und Blau gemalten Initialen und durchgehend in Rot rubriziert. GW 11416; BMC STC 61 4. Vorgebunden Gregor I: In septê psalmos penitêtiales explanatio ad modum vtilis. Paris, Gering … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2018-02-02 04:21:37
${2
Jehan Petit, [Paris] 1508, in-8 (10x16,5cm), 174ff. (4f.) Sig.a-y8, relié. Nouvelle édition post-incunable parue chez Jehan Petit.Impression gothique sur deux colonnes à 45lignes. Vignette de l'imprimeur sur la page de titre.L'édition princeps est parue en 1498. Jehan Petit réimprima plusieurs fois ces sermons de 1506 à 1522 (Brunet). Nombreuses lettrines blanches sur fond noir (semé d'étoiles ou autres). Colophon : «Opera Johannis Barbier impensis vero honesti viri Johannis Petit bibliopole parisiensis impressorum. Anno. M.CCCCC. VIII quarto nonas maii». Reliure en plein maroquin bordeaux fin XIXème ou début XXème. Dos à nerfs orné de cinq fleurons caissonnés. Titre et date dorés en queue. Filets d'encadrement à froid sur les plats. Tranches dorées. Mouillure au coin supérieur droit des folios 65 à 73 et 153 à 175. Bel exemplaire, rare dans cette condition. Olivier Maillard (1430-1502), vicaire général des Observants franciscains de France en 1502, est une des plus grandes figures de l'ordre franciscain de la fin du XVème. Originaire de Bretagne et mort à Toulouse, il fut prédicateur de Louis XI et du duc de Bourgogne. Sa réputation est principalement fondée sur les prédications qu'il fit pendant les années 1494 et 1508 dans l'église de Saint-Jean en Grève à Paris et les libertés étranges qu'il s'y donna. Il ne semblait jamais trouver de mot assez dur ni d'expression assez imagée pour ses sermons. «Jamais personne n'avait attaqué toutes les classes et toutes les professions sociales avec plus de hardiesse, de virulence et de mauvais goût. Chacun de ses sermons est une … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Feu Follet [France, Paris]
2018-02-01 00:34:12
(OTTO VON PASSAU, O.F.M).
With large title woodcut (153 x 104 mm plus a narrow border on left) representing S. John before the Almighty and the 24 Elders; an angel on right, and 23 large woodcuts including many repeats, all in contemporary coloring, and initials. Gothic type. 47 lines. 2 cols. (104) leaves. Folio (255 x 200 mm). 19th century vellum. Strasbourg, Johannes Knobloch, 18 Feb. 1508. First German edition printed in the 16th century, and probably the 8th edition in German at all. The first to use this series of illustrations which were subsequently used in five incunabular editions in German. The woodcuts are fine specimens from the editions printed before, and each represents the Soul (in form of a girl) kneeling before an Elder. The coloring is in light transparent shades which does not cover lines of the woodcuts, and is quite probably original. The popular and influential text is a series of treatises upon mystical theology and on morals, under the guise of teachings of the 24 Apocalyptic elders (Revelation IV, 4) for popular use. It was compiled by a monk from Basel around 1386 and first printed in German by Anton Sorg (Augsburg) on 10 March 1480, and later in Dutch. A good copy of an illustrated book from the very fine printing press of Knoblouch. - VD 16 O 1442; Weller 430; Kristeller 335; Fairfax Murray (German), 318; Proctor 10060; Muller, p. 120 no. 56. RELIGION / THEOLOGY ; GRAPHIC ARTS:ILLUSTRATED BOOKS ; RELIGION
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hellmut Schumann
2017-11-22 20:00:40
OTTO VON PASSAU, O.F.M).
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2017-11-22 20:00:33
OTTO VON PASSAU, O.F.M).
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2017-11-22 19:10:44
Mancini, Domenico.
Leipzig, Jacob Thanner 1508. 4to. 22 Bll. nnum. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schluß sowie durchgehend rubriziert und mit einigen eingemalten Initialen in rot und blau. Flexibler Pergamentband im Stil der Zeit. Seltene dritte Ausgabe dieser neulateinischen Dichtung in der Bearbeitung von Gregor Breitkopf aus Konitz, die seit 1500 in mehreren Ausgaben in Leipzig erschien. Der Herausgeber Breitkopf (d.i. Laticephalus 1472-1529), der auch zwei Gedichte von vier bzw. neun Distichen an den Leser und auf das Werk zu Beginn der Schrift beisteuerte, war seit 1490 an der Universität Leipzig immatrikuliert, wo er später Dekan der Artistenfakultät und 1508 Rektor wurde. Er gilt als einer der bedeutenden Leipziger Humanisten um die Jahrhundertwende. - Erstes und letztes Blatt etwas fleckig, einzelne sauber restaurierte Fehlstellen, meist im weißen Rand, sonst breitrandig und sauber. - First and last leaf slightly stained, a few minor paper repairs, else fine. - VD16, M-533 (2 Exx.); Proctor 11419. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat [Stuttgart, Germany]
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2017-11-22 18:04:28
[SACROBOSCO, Johannes de], GROSSETESTE, Robert [and others]
[Colophon:] Venice: Giovanni & Bernardino Rosso, 6 May 1508. First edition of this very rare and important collection of commentaries on the <i>Sphere</i> of Sacrobosco, together with original works on the same subject, including the first edition of the <i>De spera</i> of Robert Grosseteste (ca. 1175 – 1253), “the central figure in England in the intellectual movement of the first half of the thirteenth century” (DSB), and the first printing of the commentaries on Sacrobosco by Pierre d'Ailly (1351-1420) and Bartolomeo Vespucci, nephew of the explorer, navigator and cartographer Amerigo Vespucci. “A scarce edition, quoted but never seen by Lalande. It seems also to have been unknown to Prince Boncompagni, who mentions the reprint of 1518” (Libri Catalogue). Very little is known of Sacrobosco's life. “About 1220 he went to Paris, where he spent most of his life and where he was elected as a member of the university on 5 June 1221. Elected professor of mathematics soon afterward, he won wide and enduring renown and was among the first exponents in the thirteenth century of the Arab arithmetic and algebra. By 1231 he was the outstanding mathematician and astronomer... Sacrobosco's fame rests firmly on his <i>De sphaera</i>, a small work based on Ptolemy and his Arabic commentators, published about 1220 and antedating the <i>De sphaera</i> of Grosseteste. It was quite generally adopted as the fundamental astronomy text, for often it was so clear that it needed little or no explanation. It was first used at the University of Paris... During the middle ages the <i>De sphaera</ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2017-11-18 08:17:40
HUMBERT DE ROMANS
- Johann Rynmann, Haguenau 1508, In Folio (20x29cm), 82f. sig. a-b8, c-f6/8, g-16, m8, relié. - In assenza di una copia 1507 presso le biblioteche pubbliche (Biblioteca Nazionale di Francia, cataloghi francesi, Cataloghi inglese, British Library cataloghi tedesca e Svizzera), o di una copia precedente a quella data, la questione sembra essere la in primo luogo, ci sono solo le edizioni dal 1508 al Haguenau a Ntionale Biblioteca di Francia, la British Library ... e le copie in seguito XVII. la metà vincolante fine del XIX pergamena. Smooth indietro. come Allegato pelle rossa. Piatti carta marmorizzata. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition princeps, très rare. Colophon (f. m7) : Impressarum in impiali opido Hagenau finit feliciter anno salutis nostre millesimo quingentesimo octavo Xij die mensis julii. Epitre au verso de la page de titre adressé au libraire Andreas Grindelhart par Pallas Spangel, responsable de l'édition. Absent à Brunet. Un exemplaire à la Bibliothèque Nationale de France, un à la bibliothèque Mazarine. Reliure en demi velin fin du XIXe. Dos lisse. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Plats de papier marbré. 2 taches brunes en page de titre avec atteinte sur les 4 dernières lignes de texte, 2 perforations en marge. Religieux dominicain français du XIIIe siècle (1190-1277), Humbert de Romans (ou parfois de Bourgogne) a marqué son temps par ses écrits, son enseignement et sa prédication, il sera nommé chef des Dominicains de France et travaillera à unifier la liturgie. Outre des sermons classiques, on trouvera des sermons adressés aux étudiants de médecine, de gra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2017-10-28 16:35:10
1) DATI (Agostino).
Parisiis, ex Officina Ascensiana, [marque typographique de Josse Bade] 1508, 108 feuillets non chiffrés ; -2) SALLUSTIUS CRISPUS (Gaius). Opera Salustiana. In Ca. Crispi Salustii op[er]a Asce[n]sii interpretatio. [.]. [Marque typographique de J. Petit]. Parisiis, Jean Barbier pour Jean Petit, 13 septembre 1508, 6 ff. n.ch.-200 feuillets ; plein veau moucheté XVIIIe, dos à nerf orné, triple filet doré encadrant les plats. -La page de titre et les lettrines ont été rehaussées, probablement postérieurement ; nombreuses annotations manuscrites de l'époque en marge. - soit 2 ouvrages en 1 vol. in-4 ; 1) Variante inconnue de l'édition de 1506 (décrite par USTC 182847, Renouard, Bibliographie de Badius Ascensius, p. 365 : 8 ; Renouard, ILP II-n° 52 ; Moreau, Inventaire des éditions parisiennes du XVIe siècle I-p. 190 : 52), avec modification de date : le feuillet k 6, qui contient l'avis de Josse Bade au lecteur, est daté de janvier 1508 au lieu de juillet 1506. Hormis cette variante, l'édition est identique à celle de 1506 telle que Renouard la décrit : "Les cahiers A à C contiennent les trois traités grammaticaux de Josse Bade, In epistolarum compositionem compendium isagogicum, De latinarum dictionum recta scriptura, De Graecarum dictionum orthographia, celui de Guarino Veronese, De diphtongis, précédé d'une épître à Valerio Floro, et celui de Giovanni Sulpizio, De componandis ordinandisque epistolis, précédé d'une épître de Josse Clichtove à Thibault Petit. Le traité de Francesco Negri, Triginta regulae, et celui de Josse Clichtove, Nomina magistratuum dignitatumque veterum ro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE PHILIPPE SERIGNAN
2017-10-27 12:09:16
Montalboddo, Fracanzano da.
[Milan, J. A. Scinzenzeler], 1508. - Folio (248 x 197 mm). 10, 88 ff. (the two index leaves bound before text). Title with full-page woodcut map (second issue, with "Arabicus" replacing "P[er]sicus"). Early 20th century red morocco with title gilt to spine, boards and dentelles ruled in gilt, all edges gilt. First Latin edition of the most important and "earliest printed collection of voyages and discoveries" (PMM). Also the only edition of this collection of travel reports to include the map showing Africa, Arabia and part of Europe, illustrating for the first time the new discoveries in the eastern hemisphere. This map, not included in the original 1507 Italian edition or any subsequent edition, is the earliest to show Africa completely surrounded by seas and, as one of the first non-Ptolemaic maps to include Arabia, definitely the earliest "modern" printed map to show Mecca. Published in 1508, it raises a controversy still with us more than 500 years later: it labels the Red Sea and the Gulf as a single body of water and calls it the Gulf, but in the first state of the block it was called the "Persian Gulf" ("Sinus Persicus"). For reasons unknown, the editor revised the block with a patch to rename it the "Arabian Gulf" ("Sinus Arabicus"). The map therefore exists in two different states in copies of this edition. Ours is the rarer second one, with "Sinus Arabicus". Considered a "vehicle for the dissemination throughout Renaissance Europe of the news of the great discoveries both in the east and the west" (PMM), the present collection contains reports of the voyages of C … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
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2017-10-27 02:34:08
RUYSCH, Johannes (ca 1460-1533).
[Rome: Ernardinus Venetis de Vitalibus for Evangelista Tosinus, 1508] 2 sheets, joined, float-mounted and framed (17 x 23 inches). Fine engraved map of the world on a coniform or fan-shaped projection, showing Newfoundland as "Terra Nova" and South America as "Mundus Novvus" (some expert and discreet repairs to verso). The first world map to show the New World was the 1506 map published by Francesco Rosselli in Florence, while another was included in Martin Waldseemüller's map of the same year. Both of these works are known in a single existing example, meaning that RUYSCH'S RARE MAP IS THE EARLIEST CARTOGRAPHIC REPRESENTATION OF THE NEWLY DISCOVERED LANDS THAT REMAINS AVAILABLE TO COLLECTORS. Drawn according to Ptolemy's first (coniform, or fan-shaped) projection, Ruysch's map was the first indication of America in any edition of Ptolemy's "Geography", and incorporated geographical discoveries from Portuguese, Spanish and English explorations in America. The nomenclature was particularly influential. South America is named "Mundus Novus" or "New World" from Vespucci's published accounts asserting that this was a "fourth" or "new" corner of the globe, distinct from Europe, Asia and Africa. Ruysch's map provides a revealing window onto both the cartographical misconceptions and advances of the Renaissance. Mapmakers were still struggling to understand what relationship the newly discovered lands bore to the coast of Asia-- whether they were the easternmost extremities of that continent (as Columbus had assumed) or distinct from it. Ruysch seems to have equivocated on that … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-10-26 20:32:03
Boccardo Giovanni Francesco
Per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellensem Idib. Sept. 1508. In-4° (20 x 14,2). Cc. 42 [la carta 42 è bianca], Segnatura: a-d8, e10. Legatura di fine Settecento in piena pelle marrone con duplice bordura floreale impressa a secco ai piatti. Un capolettera xilografico ornato su fondo nero. Explicit alla carta 41v. Dorso rifatto. Minime bruniture interne. Ottima copia. Rara edizione cinquecentesca veneziana di questo compendioso vocabolario di voci insolite della lingua latina redatto dal noto poeta e grammatico nativo di Salò e morto a Brescia nel 1479. L'edizione originale era apparsa a Brescia nel 1484; "Pylades" è la copertura pseudonimica adottata dallo stesso Boccardo. "The Vocabularium is apparently a small dictionary in Latin, each word followed by a definition in metre and a detailed description in prose, giving the various forms of the word and quotations from classical authors" (Plimpton, Grammatical Manuscripts and Early Printed Grammars, p. 163). EDIT16 CNCE 6449. Graesse, V, 515. Proctor, 12404. BM-STC Italian, p. 1958. Vancil, Incunable Dictionaries, 633. Non in Adams. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTIQUARIA PIEMONTESE [TORINO, Italy]
2017-10-24 16:53:44
AMADIS DE GAULA
- Amsterdan et se trouve a Paris. Chez Pissot, MDCCLXXIX (1779). 2 vols. 4º. XXXII-470 págs. 2 h. 624 págs. Enc. piel con nervios, cortes tintados, leves roces. TRADUCTION LIBRE D'AMADIS DE GAULE par le Comte de Tress. Cette epece de traduction libre des Amadis restitues par Nicolas d'Herberay, est faite d'apres la belle edition in fol. de la bibliotheque du Roi
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Catedral [Spain]
2017-10-22 19:23:11
RODRIGUES. (Bernardo)
1508. Crónica inédita do século XVI. Por Publicada por ordem da Academia das Sciencias de Lisboa e sob a direcção de David Lopes sócio efectivo da mesma academia. Tomo I (1508-1525), Tomo II (1525-1535) e Suplemento (1536-1550). Academia das Sciencias de Lisboa. Lisboa. 1915 e 1919. Obra em 2 volumes. De 24x32 cm. Com xlviii-(iii)-498 e xix-562 pags. Brochado. Ilustrados com mapas desdobráveis e fotogravuras extra-texto impressas sobre papel couché. Exemplar coma assinatura de posse no anterrosto. Obra contém um suplemento - incluído no Tomo II - constituído por documentos encontrados nos arquivos portugueses que completam a história de Arzila entre a data do fim da crónica de Bernardo Rodrigues (1535) e o abandono da posição portuguesa em Arzila (1550) face ao avanço dos xerifes do Sus que conquistarão os reinos de Marrocos e de Fez. Language: Português / Portuguese Location/localizacao: 8-13-A-11 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2017-10-16 21:04:51
Dürer, Albrecht (1471 - 1528)
Seitenverkehrt gedrucktes Motiv-Nr. 3 aus der Kupferstichpassion, monogrammiert AD und datiert, 1508. Kupferstich ohne Wasserzeichen auf Bütten. - 11,5 x 7,4 cm. * Dürer remains unmatched in his ability to pack tense dramatic detail into a tight compact frame. Here a member of the band of armed men is about to place a rope around Christ\'s neck and haul him off, but not before he kisses Judas. In the foreground, Peter raises his sword to strike off the ear of Malchus, servant of Caiaphas, the high priest who ordered Christ\'s capture. - Vgl. Dürer-Werkverzeichnis Bartsch, Meder, Hollstein 5. - Schoch, Mende, Scherbaum 47. - Panofsky 112. - Knappe 53. - Hütt, Bd. 2, S. 1851 (m. Abb.). - Lose montiert auf Kartonträger. - Motiv unten links rückseitig mit Papierviereck ca. 1 x 1 cm sauber hinterlegt.Versand D: 7,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lang, Wiesbaden & Rennerod
2017-10-16 12:17:44
SUETONE (C. Tranquille), MORILLON (Gui)
1508 velin à recouvrement, soies vertes (moderne ?). in-8, (14ff. n.c.), 211ff., 1 f., Paris Jean Barbier 1508, Belles lettrines à fond criblé, typographie aérée élégante.Publie Ovide et Horace en 1507 et 1509. Ce Suétone ne figure pas dans Moreau à la date de 1508.Ex-libris des Capucins de Gray
Bookseller: Librairie ancienne Georges de Lucenay [France, Charolles]
2017-10-16 12:09:40
OTTO VON PASSAU, O.F.M).
Strasbourg, Johannes Knobloch, 1508. With large title woodcut (153 x 104 mm plus a narrow border on left) representing S. John before the Almighty and the 24 Elders; an angel on right, and 23 large woodcuts including many repeats, all in contemporary coloring, and initials. Gothic type. 47 lines. 2 cols. (104) leaves. Folio (255 x 200 mm). 19th century vellum. Strasbourg, Johannes Knobloch, 18 Feb. 1508. First German edition printed in the 16th century, and probably the 8th edition in German at all. The first to use this series of illustrations which were subsequently used in five incunabular editions in German. The woodcuts are fine specimens from the editions printed before, and each represents the Soul (in form of a girl) kneeling before an Elder. The coloring is in light transparent shades which does not cover lines of the woodcuts, and is quite probably original. The popular and influential text is a series of treatises upon mystical theology and on morals, under the guise of teachings of the 24 Apocalyptic elders (Revelation IV, 4) for popular use. It was compiled by a monk from Basel around 1386 and first printed in German by Anton Sorg (Augsburg) on 10 March 1480, and later in Dutch. A good copy of an illustrated book from the very fine printing press of Knoblouch. - VD 16 O 1442; Weller 430; Kristeller 335; Fairfax Murray (German), 318; Proctor 10060; Muller, p. 120 no. 56. RELIGION / THEOLOGY ; GRAPHIC ARTS:ILLUSTRATED BOOKS ; RELIGION ; [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
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