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2013-06-09 21:49:53
Albrecht DURER (Norimberga 1471 - 1528)
Xilografia, monogrammata in basso a sinistra. Della serie " La Piccola Passione". Picocle ossidazioni, per il resto ottimo stato di conservazione. Bartsch 29; Tib 229; Meder 138 C/C 97 127
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-09 21:49:53
Albrecht DURER (Norimberga 1471 - 1528)
Xilografia, monogrammata in basso a sinistra. Della serie " La Piccola Passione". In ottimo stato di conservazione. Bartsch 23; Tib 223; Meder 131 B/C 98 130
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-01-16 03:12:02
Geiler von Kaisersberg, Johannes - Urs Graf (Illustr.)
4°, 30 nn. Bl. Mit 25 ganzseitigen Holzschnitten von Urs Graf (24) und Hans Wechtlin (1), Späterer Ganzperg.-Bd. m. handschriftl. Rückentitel, Durchgehend etwas fingerfleckig, einige Blätter wenig knickspurig, etwas fleckig u. m. einem Wurmlöchlein. Ein hinerlegter kleiner Randriss. Die grandiosen Holzschnitte, von denen einige etwas flauer, die meisten aber sehr kontrastreich und kraftvoll abgezogen. Fünfte lateinische Ausgabe der berühmten Passionstexte, die der Straßburger Prediger Johannes Geiler (1445-1510) aus den vier Evangelien zusammengestellt hat. Besorgt wurde die Ausgabe mit den Texten zu den blattgrossen Holzschnitten Urs Grafs durch Matthias Ringmann, genannt Philesius (1482-1511), daher auch Ringmann-Passion genannt" (Frank Hieronymus, Basler Buchillustration 1500-1545). Urs Graf hatte die Holzschnitte für die 1506 erschienene Erstausgabe geschaffen. "Urs Grafs erste größere Arbeit für den Holzschnitt, sogleich in einem nicht gewöhnlichen Grossformat; sie hat sich wohl über mehrere Jahre hingezogen" (Hieronymus). In unserer Ausgabe ist für die Auferstehung nicht der Holzschnitt der Drei Marien am Grabe wiederholt, sondern die Auferstehung aus der Passionsfolge von dem um 1480 in Straßburg geborenen Maler und Holzschneider Hans Wechtlin verwendet (zu der Folge vgl. Wilhelm Worringer, Urs Graf. Die Holzschnitte zur Passion. München 1923).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej
2013-01-10 11:00:44
PLINIUS Junior (PLINIO il Giovane)
In-16 p. (mm. 155x93), elegante legatura mod. in p. pelle, decoraz. geometriche a secco ai piatti, filetti e tit. oro su due tasselli al dorso, tagli dorati, dentelles dorate ai risg., 28 cc.nn. (ultime 2 bianche), 525 pp.num., 1 c.nn. con l?ancora aldina al suo verso. Nell?opera anche ?Eiusdem Panegyricus Traiano Principi dictus - Eiusdem de Viris illustrib. in re militari, & in administranda rep. - Suetonij Tranquilli de Claris Grammaticis, et Rhetoribus - Iulij Obsequentis Prodigiorum liber - Indices duo, &c. - Latina interpretatio dictionum, & sententiarum quibus Pliniustitur? (il vol. è contenuto in astuccio con cuffie in pelle). "Seconda edizione aldina" accresciuta (la prima è del 1508). Cfr. Renouard, p. 82: ?Cette édition, copie de celle de 1508, avec le meme préface, a de plus, après l?Index des Lettres, un "Index rerum memorabilium", et l?interprétation des mots et passages grecs; le tout occupant 15 des 28 feuillets préliminaires? - Adams,II,1538: ?even page numbers are near the inner margin? - Brunet,IV,721; ?les éditions de 1508 et 1518 sont presque également rares?. Solo ultime 8 cc. con lieve alone al margine infer., altrimenti bell?esemplare, ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-01-04 13:28:25
SABELLICUS Marcus Antonius
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 è 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; poichè il Vesconte non volgarizzò che le tre prime Deche" - Choix de Olschki,V,5217: "Edition extrèmement rare". Prime 16 cc. lievem. arross. (incluso il frontesp. con tracce d?uso - 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 è noto Marcantonio Cocci (1436 ca. - 1506). Storico tipicamente umanista, sensibile all'infl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-01-04 11:30:25
GEOFFREY of Monmouth
[Paris:] by Jodocus Badius Ascensius, [15 July, 1508]. ex antiquissimis Britannici sermonis monumentis in Latinum sermonem traducta: & ab Ascensio cura & impendio magistri Ivonis Cavellati in lucem edita: prostant in eiusdem aedibus. Octavo (196 × 130 mm). Regency polished calf, double black morocco labels, spine with blind and gilt tools in compartments, sides bordered in blind with a decorative roll, drab endpapers. Title woodcut vignette, 3- and 6-line criblé initials. Two small ink notes on title (one erased) and the early ownership inscription "Hasperg"; a manuscript note on the printer to a binder's blank, signed "E.K.C. 1866", noting the book's purchase by "Uncle Hugh" for £1. 11s. 6d. Lower joint starting at ends but holding firm, extremities rubbed, some early manuscript underlines and marginal notes, very light occasional spotting, a very good copy, the paper strong, fresh, and generally clean. First complete edition, edited by Ivo Cavellatus, a professor of the College of Quimper in Paris, from four manuscripts available in Paris, of one of the most important products of Anglo-Norman literature. The Historia regum Britanniae is "one of the most popular and influential historical works of the middle ages" (ODNB); it was written by Geoffrey of Monmouth (c.1100–1154/5), bishop of St Asaph. Completed by 1139, Geoffrey's history introduced such figures as Arthur, Merlin, and King Leir to an international reading public. "The fact that thereafter the Arthurian cycle was mediated primarily through the mid-fifteenth-century Morte d'Arthur of Sir Thom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2012-12-22 15:16:10
(SUBERTI, PETRUS, BISHOP OF SAINT PAPOUL). - [VISITATION MANUAL]
Paris, Udalricus Gering & Bertholdus Remboldt, 1508, March 8. (Colophon). 4to-format (recte 8vo). Later nice full calf binding (ab. 1900) with richly gilt spine and gilt borders to boards. Scratches to front board. Title-page repaired at margin (with very minor loss to ab. two letters on both recto and verso). Folio VIII and first leaf of index repaired at margin with early 16th century printed paper (no loss). Title-page and index-leaf with fairly heavy dampstaining, otherwise mostly faint dampstaining. Large beautiful woodcut printer's device and many beautiful woodcut initials throughout (the first depicting Adam and Eve). ¶ The very scarce second edition of Suberti's (or Subertus') Manual of pastoral visitation, also called the "de visitatine episcopali", an important tool for Renaissance priests.The work originally appeared in 1504, also printed by Remboldt and Gerin, but the present second edition of 1508 is of special interest, as it constitutes the very final collaboration of the two great printers. Ulrich Gerin, who is famous for being the first printer in Paris and the founder of the first printing office in France, began a partnership with the excellent famous printer Bertold Remboldt during the last decade of the the 15th century. Out of this collaboration appeared some excellent works (that are now sought after), and the partnership lasted till Gerin's death (ab. 1509). The last work that they did together was the second edition of Suberti's visitation manual, which appeared on the 8th of March 1508. After the death of Gerin, Remboldt continued on his own.Anoth … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2012-06-19 03:42:04
(SUBERTI, PETRUS, BISHOP OF SAINT PAPOUL). - [VISITATION MANUAL]
Paris, Udalricus Gering & Bertholdus Remboldt, 1508, March 8. (Colophon). 4to-format (recte 8vo). Later nice full calf binding (ab. 1900) with richly gilt spine and gilt borders to boards. Scratches to front board. Title-page repaired at margin (with very minor loss to ab. two letters on both recto and verso). Folio VIII and first leaf of index repaired at margin with early 16th century printed paper (no loss). Title-page and index-leaf with fairly heavy dampstaining, otherwise mostly faint dampstaining. Large beautiful woodcut printer's device and many beautiful woodcut initials throughout (the first depicting Adam and Eve). ¶ The very scarce second edition of Suberti's (or Subertus') Manual of pastoral visitation, also called the "de visitatine episcopali", an important tool for Renaissance priests.The work originally appeared in 1504, also printed by Remboldt and Gerin, but the present second edition of 1508 is of special interest, as it constitutes the very final collaboration of the two great printers. Ulrich Gerin, who is famous for being the first printer in Paris and the founder of the first printing office in France, began a partnership with the excellent famous printer Bertold Remboldt during the last decade of the the 15th century. Out of this collaboration appeared some excellent works (that are now sought after), and the partnership lasted till Gerin's death (ab. 1509). The last work that they did together was the second edition of Suberti's visitation manual, which appeared on the 8th of March 1508. After the death of Gerin, Remboldt continued on his own.Anoth … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2012-05-15 07:44:56
Medina, José Toribio (1852-1930)
2 volumes: ix+634 pages with frontispiece, photostat copies of original manuscripts, plates and bibliography; 613 pages with index. Folio (13" x 9 3/4") bound in three quarter leather with red and gilt lettering to spine. First edition.Sebastian Cabot was born to Giovanni Caboto (John Cabot), also an explorer variously credited with Genoese or Gaetan origins, and Mattea. In 1508-09 Sebastian Cabot followed in his father's footsteps by leading one of the first expeditions to find a North-West passage, and indeed claimed to have found one, but was forced to turn back by his crew. He may have found the entrance to Hudson's Bay. By 1512 Sebastian was certainly employed by Henry VIII as a cartographer at Greenwich. In the same year he accompanied the English explorer Hugh Willoughby to Spain, where he was made captain by Ferdinand V. After Ferdinand's death he returned to England. In 1516, Cabot and Sir Thomas Pert, then Vice Admiral of England, sailed in two ships to explore the coasts of Brazil and the West Indies for Henry VIII.[1] After coming under artillery fire at Hispaniola, the expedition withdrew and returned to England reportedly because of Pert's faint-heartedness.[2][3] Subsequently, Cabot moved to Spain due to greater support for explorations by the Spanish king.[4] In 1522, although once more in the employ of Spain as a member of the Council of the Indies and holding the rank of pilot-major, he secretly offered his services to Venice, undertaking to find the Northwest Passage to China. Cabot finally received the rank of captain general from Spain, and was entruste … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Book Collector
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2012-04-17 16:53:20
Stamler, Johannes:
Augsburg, Oglin & Nadler, 22. Mai 1508. Holzschnitt-Titel, 32 num. Bll., 2 nn. Bll. Mit ganzseitigem Titelholzschnitt von Hans Burgkmair (dieser verso des Titels wiederholt). Kl.-Folio. Leder des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts mit Stehkantenvergoldung und dreifachen Fileten auf beiden Deckeln mit winzigen Eckfleurons. Titelholzschnitt knapp beschnitten - dadurch oben und unten mit geringem Randverlust, oben mit etw. Buchstabenverlust; Holzschnitt im Steg mit kleinem hinterlegtem Ausriß - ebenfalls mit sehr geringem Bildverlust; insgesamt knapp beschnitten - dadurch bei 5 Bll. sehr geringer Textverlust, betreffend die Paginierung bzw. die Randkommentare; Einband etw. berieben und bestoßen. Das erste von Hans Burgkmair illustrierte Buch. Graesse VI, 477; NUC, vol. 564, 151; Sabin 90127 ( der Amerikabezug ergibt sich aus Fol. I - dort werden die Neue Welt, Kolumbus und Amerigo (hier Alberici) Vespucci genannt). LA
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2011-10-12 17:19:26
Johannes <III., Regensburg, Bischof>
Regensburg, 1. März 1508. 29 x 33 cm. Satzspiegel: 20,5 x 20,5 cm, 47 Zeilen mit Initiale "J - Johann, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein (1488 - 1538), am 13. Dezember 1507 zum Bischof von Regensburg gewählt, "blieb zeitlebens Bistumsverwalter, weil er sich keine höhere Weihe geben lassen wollte" (NDB 10, 519). Als "Administrator zu Regensburg" ordnete er die Diözesansgerichtsbarkeit neu. Dieses Mandat richtet sich an die Geistlichkeit seiner Diözese zur Abstellung von Vergehen und Mißbräuchen mit Strafandrohungen gegen Zuwiderhandelnde. Als Einbandmaterial verwendeter Druck; rechtes Drittel abgeschnitten und neu angesetzt; oben rechts Ausschnitt 8 x 11 cm ersetzt, von den ersten 11 Zeilen fehlen am Zeilenende 7 cm; Leimspuren und stellenweise Wurmlöcher - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2010-04-25 15:36:35
Champier Symphorien
Lugduni: Claudii Davost (Detroys) Expensis S. Vincentij - Pridie Kal. Martii, 1508. Lugduni: Claudii Davost (Detroys) Expensis S. Vincentij - Pridie Kal. Martii. [Fig. postincunabolo-Medicina] (cm.18,5) buona piena pergamena dell' epoca con unghie e tracce di lacci.-- cc. 284 nn. (di cui due bianche), 41 linee, caratteri gotici, molti capilettera figurati. Nel testo 4 xilografie (ripetute) che rappresentano la decollazione di Saint Symphorien, e davanti Champier con la sua donna inginocchiati con le loro armi. Edizione originale veramente rara e molto bella. La dedica è datata V idus aprilis 1507. Manca ad Harvard, Waller, Choix e addirittura al Baudrier " Bibliogr. Lionnaise ". L' autore (1472-1539) fu un grande filosofo e medico e pubblicò molte opere, fra le quali la celebre: " De Quadruplici Vita " del 1507. Vedi la lunga descrizione in Brunet e Graesse; Per notizie biografiche vedi Hirsch I 700. La sezione medica contiene: " Vocabulorum Medicinalium " e " Liber Quartus Ethymologiarum.qui est de medicina ". In fine un capitolo è dedicato alle origini storiche della città di Lione. All' inizio è aggiunta una pagina con annotazioni manoscritte dell' epoca. Alcune rare ombreggiature, ma esemplare molto bello, fresco e nitido, con xilografie in ottima tiratura. * Wellcome I 1421; * Durling 933; * Graesse II 114; * Brunet I 1766; * Cioranesco " Litterature Francaise du Seizieme Siecle " 6172; * Adams C 1322; * Bm. Stc. French 98; * Allut VIII 153; * Osler 2266.[f55] . ottimo. Rilegato. prima edizione. 1508.
Bookseller: Libri antichi e rari Francesco e Claudia [Italy]
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2010-01-26 07:58:15
Sittich von Hohenems, Marx, Territorialherr in Vorarlberg (1466-1533).
Trient, 30. IV, 1508. 1 S. Qu.-8vo. Bestätigt in vierzehn Zeilen den Erhalt von 95 Gulden durch den kaiserlichen Zahlschreiber Dionysius Braun für seine im vergangenen Monat angenommenen Landsknechte sowie von sechs Gulden Vorschuß für sechs eben erst angenommene Knechte "vnd auf ain krancken knecht der in de[r] müsterung wider gut gemacht ist worden" weitere zwei Gulden. - Marx Sittich v. Ems, Vertrauter Kaiser Maximilians I., war einer der renommiertesten Werber und Führer deutscher Landsknechte seiner Zeit. Die Datierung ist eindeutig ("30 tags aprille ano dmi octavo [...] 30 ap[ri]lis 1508"), jedoch insofern problematisch, da Hohenems der ADB (XIII, 512ff.) zufolge am 10. III. 1508 im Kampf gegen die Venezianer im Cadoretal gefangengenommen wurde und erst am 6. VI. d. J. wieder frei kam. - Oben und rechts etwas knapp beschnitten, sonst von guter Erhaltung.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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