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2019-02-07 12:11:10
SAN GREGORIO, Gregory the Great
B. Rembolt [Expe¿sis B. Rembolt et J. vvaterloes: parrhisijs], Paris, 1509. Bound in old stiff marbled paper wraps measuring 19.9 x 14.3 cm, 26 leaves the first 2 leaves [4 pages] not numbered, fol. xxiv [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Stony Hill Books [Madison, WI, U.S.A.]
2019-02-04 13:45:34
CATEDRAL DE GERONA
BEATI IN APOCALIPSI LIBRI DUODECIM. CODEX GERUNDENSIS AD 975. BEBE OF LIÉBANA COMMENTARY TO THE APOCALYPSE. FACSIMIL EDITION OF THE CODICE OF GERONA. PUBLISHED BY THE CATHEDRAL OF GERONA. EDITORIAL EDILAN. LIMITED EDITION AND NUMBERED OF 3000 COPIES. EXAMPLE NUMBER 1509. YEAR 1975 FACSIMIL CODE BINDING IN FULL LEATHER STAMPED IN GOLD. LOMO WITH TEJUELO. ILLUSTRATED WITH THE SHEETS AND TEXT OF THE ORIGINAL CODE IN LATIN. 284 SHEETS STUDY WITH DUTCH ENCUADERNACION. LOMO IN LEATHER PRINTED IN DORADO. EXPLANATION OF THE ARTISTIC CODES. 895 P. MEASURES CORRESPOND TO THE CODE MEASUREMENTS OF THE STUDIES BOOK: 18 X 5.5 X 25 CM BORDERS OF BOTH TAKES WITH LIGHT BRACKETS
Bookseller: Arte & Antigüedades Riera [Barcelona, BCN, Spain]
2019-02-01 12:52:11
Grabador: -, Dibujante:Jode, Gerard de
Países Bajos. GERARD DE JODE (1509-1591) (editor) Cortada cerca de la huella pero sin afectar la imagen. Bella estampación. Siglo: XVI.Buril. Papel verjurado. Grabador: -. Dibujante: Jode, Gerard de. Finales siglo XVI. Altura papelt: 183. Anchura papel: 232. Altura plancha:. Anchura plancha:
Bookseller: Palau Antiguitats [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-01-31 09:38:24
A PAPAL BULL ON VELLUM IN LATIN, ISSUED BY JULIUS II
Rome, November 1509. This attractive Papal Bull, with its very fine calligraphic hand and original seal featuring the pope's name and the heads of Sts. Peter and Paul, is addressed to Lodovico Jacopo degli Attendoli (alias Mazolis), rector of the parish church and archpriest of San Stefano de Barbiano in the diocese of Imola. The document concerns a dispute of ecclesiastical benefits between San Stefano and that of San Michele of Poggio Renatico in the neighboring diocese of Bologna. The Bull names new head canons for each church, hands down fines, and references earlier doctrine affirming the pope's right to settle internal disputes such as this. Interestingly, there are several sentences that have been scratched out and rewritten in a smaller, condensed hand, or given line fillers. Whether these were mistakes by the original scribe, updates to the document at a later time, or an attempt at forgery is unclear (but would certainly be ripe territory for an enterprising scholar). Pope Julius II (r. 1503-13) was no stranger to conflict. His nearly 10-year reign was predominately devoted to wars and skirmishes with the goal of liberating Italy from foreign influence (namely France), earning him the nickname "The Warrior Pope." Julius was also a patron of the arts; most notably, he commissioned Michaelangelo's frescoes that still adorn the Sistine Chapel.. 370 x 515 mm. (14 1/2 x 20 1/4"). Single column, 42 lines in an elegant papal chancery hand. In a custom-made cloth box. WITH THE ORIGINAL LEAD SEAL AND RED AND YELLOW SILK TIES ATTACHED; numerous signatures and official no … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-01-29 19:22:46
Bechoffen, Johannes
Basle: Michael Furter, 1509. Second edition (first printed 1505). [88] leaves, including final blank O4. A-B8 C-O 4-8, alternately. Title printed in red and black with central vignette of cherub; gothic character, with ornamental initial capitals; printer's device on colophon leaf. 1 vols. 4to. Extremely rare and beautifully printed work on the literary, allegorical, spiritual and liturgical aspects of the Roman Catholic Mass, first printed in 1505 by Furter, one of the first generation of printers in Basel. Bechoffen is identified on the colophon page as a brother in the order of Augustinian hermits; this appears to be his only work. It was reprinted in 1512 and 1519; all editions are rare in the US OCLC locates only one copy of this 1509 (second) edition in the United States -- in the Lutheran Theological Seminary. Adams B-437 (1505 edition); OCLC: 42806747 (one copy in US -- Lutheran Theol. Seminary). 19th-century half vellum and marbled paper boards; vellum mottled and boards scuffed. Title a bit soiled, early ink signature, scattered light soiling and a few smudges; overall, though, very good. Institutional bookplate and a few notes on front pastedown.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2019-01-29 19:22:08
1509. Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1509 Saint Vénérable Bède le English Moine On Time Cosmologie Augustine P. Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1509 Saint BEDE vénérable moine anglais sur la cosmologie de temps Augustine P. Incunable Saint vénérable Bède était un moine anglais durant les 7e- et 8e-siècles. Il est plus connu pour ses travaux ecclésiastique sur l'histoire du peuple anglais, dans lequel il discute de la création et la croissance de l'église à travers le monde connu. Cependant, il n'écrivait pas exclusivement de la théologie église. Dans A.D. 703, Bède le vénérable compose une œuvre sur l'évolution du temps - « De Temporibus. » Ce livre a été l'un des premiers ouvrages pour contenir des détails sur les principes du comput de Pâques, ou de déterminer la date du dimanche de Pâques. Bède le vénérable était connu à contempler et à faire des théories sur le cosmos et était donc en mesure de donner des instructions de Pâques calcul basé sur le soleil, la lune et le zodiaque. Ce livre, une réédition de la première édition de 1505, comprend également beaucoup de « Vies » Bède à qui il donne des descriptions de personnages importants tels que Saint Anastase, empereur byzantin Phocas, Saint Augustin d'Hippone et Alexandre le grand. Numéro d'article : #2030 Prix : $1950 Bède le vénérable, Saint véné … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-29 16:28:31
Quercu, Simon de.
Vienna, Johann Winterburger, 1509. 4to. 48 unnumbered pages. With the Guidonian hand woodcut in red and black, 4 woodcut initials, woodcut device at end, several xylographic tables and music examples. Modern white boards with title lettered on spine. Rare first edition, of which just a few copies survive: the author's presentation copy, a partly erased inscription at the end reading "Munus Autoris [.] An 11, 7 martii [.]". Quercu was choirmaster to Duke Ludovico Sforza of Milan and accompanied his two sons as a tutor to the court of Vienna. The present treatise, a famous and highly original book on musical theory for young scholars, was probably used in the musical education of the duke's sons. "The first part, 'Musica plana', deals with the modes, intervals, note names, solmization and solmization syllables, and mutation. The second part, 'Musica mensuralis', deals with note lengths, rests, ligatures, mensuration signs, alteration, imperfection and mensural proportions. The third part, 'Contrapunctus', considers consonances, dissonances and polyphonic writing. His teaching is illustrated with many music examples" (New Grove). The finely printed book includes on p. (4) the Guidonian hand, named after Guido of Arezzo (992?-1050), who introduced into music theory this mnemonic device to help teach singers learn to sight-read. Each portion of the hand represents a specific note in the hexachord system; during instruction, a teacher would indicate the series of notes by pointing to them on their hand to have the students sing them. - Light washing traces. Inscription recording … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-01-27 11:37:11
1509. Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1509 1ed Cicero Rhetoric de Inventione Rhetorica Ad Herennium Rome Commentaire Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1509 1ed Rhétorique de Cicéron de Inventione Rhetorica ad Herennium ROME commentaire « Une chambre sans livre est comme un corps sans âme. » ― Marcus Tullius Cicero Deux œuvres fascinantes de romaines antiques lié comme un ! Cet incroyable, post incunables présente le œuvre la plus célèbre de la rhétorique « Rhetorica ad Herennium » qui, au cours des années, a été attribué à divers auteurs, dont Cicéron et Lucius Cornificius. En plus de « Rhetorica ad Herennium, » De Inventione de « » de Cicéron est également incluse. « Rhetorica ad Herennium » est le plus ancien livre de survivant sur la rhétorique et est toujours reconnu aujourd'hui comme un livre important sur la persuasion. L'auteur inconnu du livre enseigne sur divers sujets, y compris dans le cadre des controverses juridiques, comment louer ou condamner une personne, les subtilités du langage professionnel, mais aussi comment parler dans une langue au quotidien. « De Inventione » Ciceros est le premier livre d'enregistrer l'expression « arts libéraux » en référence à la rhétorique et de la parole. Il aborde les origines de la rhétorique et de la bonne utilisation des oraisons. Cette impression de 150 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-19 22:23:59
Aristoteles
La philosofia moral del Aristotel : es a saber Ethicas, Polithicas y Economicas : en romançe. Çaragoça (Zaragoza), Jorge Coci, 1509. Description: Fol., 308 p. Complete. Vellum binding (17th-18th century), title inscribed at spine. In general very good condition, marginal tears at margin of front page with old restorations. Paper in very good condition but yellowished by the ink acid. Some inscriptions at blank margins not affecting text. Very beautiful woodblock at title page. Very rare spanish post incunable. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: brandagedeon [Lérida, ES]
2019-01-19 20:35:14
Venedig, J. u. B. Rubaeus (Rosso), 15. März, 1509. 4to. 4 nn. Bl., 150 röm. gez. Bl., 17 nn. Bl. (ohne d. letzte weiße). Mit 150 Pflanzenholzschnitten im Text. Halbpergament um 1900 mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild Dritte venezianische, d.i. vierte in Italien gedruckte und mit dieser Holzschnittfolge ausgestattete Edition. Die Holzschnitte in kräftigen Abdrucken. - Der Text beruht auf Schöffers berühmtem "Herbarius" mit 150 Illustrationen von Heilpflanzen, kompiliert und beschrieben in alphabetischer Ordnung aus den mittelalterlichen Quellen (Mainz 1484). Die hier enthaltenen 150 Holzschnitte erschienen erstmals in der ersten in Italien gedruckten Ausgabe Vicenza, Leonard Achates und Wilhelm von Pavia, 1491 ("Herbolarium"; Hain 8451). Bevilaqua übernahm die meisten Stöcke für seine Ausgabe Venedig 1499 (2 Nachschnitte auf Bl. n5r und r8r, der zweite seitenverkehrt). Wie die Giunta Edition von 1502, der die Brüder Rosso aus Vercelli seitengetreu folgten, beginnt auch ihre Ausgabe: "Arnoldi de Nova Villa ..." Dieser die irrige Zuschreibung an den spanischen Arzt Arnoldus de Villanova nahelegende Anfang geht zurück auf Bevilaquas Druck (Choulant p. 11, Nissen p. 28) und findet sich noch bei Bindoni 1520. Der traditionsbildende und als pharmazeutisches Handbuch lange hochgeschätzte Herbarius wurde noch bis 1565 gedruckt (in den italienischen Übersetzungen ab 1534 mit veränderten Abbildungen). Er wurde zum Prototyp des "Gart der Gesundheit" (1485) und des "Hortus sanitatis" (1491). Gegenüber den deutschen Frühdrucken der 150 Pflanzenholzschnitte zeichnet sich die vorliegende ita … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip [Berlin, Germany]
2019-01-18 02:54:11
Ambroise Paré
Condition: Etat correct. Etat moyen, manque les pages 1 à 14 et les 8 dernières pages de la Tbale des Matière non numérotée/ condition meddium, missing page 1 to 14, and the last 8 pages of the table of contents. Ambroise paré (1509-1590) "Les Oeuvres, onziesme edition reveue et corigée en plusieurs endroits, & augmentée d'un fort ample traité des fièvres avec pourtraicts & figures, tant de l'anatomie que des instruements de chirurgie, & de plusieurs monstres." 12ème édition, Lyon Pierre Rigaud et Antoine Jullieron Probablement vers 1664 852 pages, Pages 1 à 14 manquantes ainsi que les 8 dernières pages non numérotées de la Table des matières constituée initialement de 80 pages Né à Laval en 1517 et meurt en 1590, A.Paré commença son apprentissage de barbier-chirurgien chez un barbier d'Angers. Chirurgien d'armée, son habileté lui vaut une place auprès des rois Henri II, François II, Charles IX et Henri III. Considéré comme le père de la chirurgie moderne, il éclaira diverses questions d'anatomie, de physiologie et de thérapeutique. Ambroise Paré (1509-1590) "Les Oeuvres, onziesme edition reveue et corigée en plusieurs endroits, & augmentée d'un fort ample traité des fièvres avec pourtraicts & figures, tant de l'anatomie que des instruements de chirurgie, & de plusieurs monstres. " 12th edition, Lyon, Pierre Rigaud Antoine Jullieron Probably 1664 852 pages, Pages 1-14 Missing Table of contents: 80 pages (last 8 pages are missing) Born in Laval in 1517 and died in 1590, A.Paré began his barber-surgeon learning to a barber in Angers. Army surgeon, his skill earned him a place … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: la-petite-credence [ISSIGEAC, FR]
2019-01-13 00:32:25
1509. Deux post-incunables impression de Josse Bade et Barbier pour JehanPetit en reliure monastique 1509 Deux post incunables en reliure d'époque Isidore de Séville Praeclarissimum opus divi Hyspalensis episcopi ... Paris, Jehan Barbier pour Jehan Petit. 1 volume petit in folio de 103 feuillets chiffré , deux feuillets de table et 16 feuillets non chiffrés. Impression en lettres rondes sur deux colones à 55 lignes lettrines et figures . Au colophon impression de Jean Barbier 1509 le dernier du mois Aout. 29 x 20,5 cm 11,5 x 8,25' Crinitus Pierre De honesta disciplina Paris, Josse Bade, 1508 - 1510. 139 feuillets chiffrés, 139 Impression en lettres rondes à 46 longues lignes. Au dernier colophon, Janvier 1510. Collations conformes. Le tout en reliure monastique de l'époque, restaurations au dos, traces de fermoirs . Une mouillure affecte les premiers feuillets, puis s'estompe au feuillet 12. Elle devient impercepible, papier sain et encore bien craquant. Elle réaparait peu génante en fin de volume mais en marge et angle intérieur. Isidore de Seville Théologien est un chroniqueur érudit espagnol, mort en 636 à Séville. Il joua un rôle considérable dans les affaires de la péninsule, fit un voyage à Rome pour voir Grégoire le grand et présida les conciles de Séville et de Tolède. Il a composé de nombreux livres, dont un livre des étymologies ou origines, l'encyclopédie des connaissances humaines au moyen age, le plus célèbre de tous ses ouvrages. C'est notre post incunable ! Celui-ci traite de sujets forts divers et reprend effectivement les connaissances de l'époque en les il … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL (abigalivre) [Millery, FR]
2018-12-26 20:04:02
Euclid:
Venedig, Paganini, 1509. rot / schwarz gedruckter Titel, zahlreiche Initialien, 144 num. Bl. mit zahlreiche Figuren im Text, in 15 Büchern, Halbpergamentband der Zeit, ---- Buchblock lose im Einband, Blätter teils fleckig und mit kleinen Schäden, teils wasserrandig, wenige alte handschriftliche Einträge, komplettes Exemplar, SELTEN ! Versand D: 4,76 EUR
Bookseller: Der ANTIQUAR in LAHR [Germany]
2018-12-25 14:18:41
FREGOSO (Gianbattista).
(A la fin:) Milan, Giacomo Ferrari, 22 Juin 1509. in-folio. 326ff. Parchemin ancien. Edition Originale. Gianbattista Fregoso (1453-1504), d'une illustre famille italienne, fut doge de Gênes en 1473. C'était un fin lettré qui a laissé diverses œuvres littéraires. Cet ouvrage est une sorte d'encyclopédie où Fregoso recense des faits, des inventions et des événements remarquables (invention de l'imprimerie, découverte de l'Amérique par Colomb, etc.). Ce caractère encyclopédique est sans doute ce qui lui avait valu d'être utilisé dans l'enseignement à Milan au début du XVI siècle: " due opere elaborate in ambienti laici, il 'Liber de doctrina dicendi et tacendi' di Albertano da Brescia e il 'De dictis factisque memorabilibus' di Battista Fregoso, sembrano piu specificamente rivolti a quei confratelli di S. Corona che rientravono fra i nuovi operatori culturali laici dell'epoca, portatori di un sapere legato indissolubilimente con la vita civile, maturato nel campo dell'urbanistica, delle pretiche amministrative, dei consigli giuridici, della sanità pubblica, delle techniche economiche" (Gazzini). Angle de 3 feuillets réparé loin du texte, traces de cachets anciens, quelques mouillures. Dos de la reliure restauré. Bon exemplaire grand de marges, tiré sur papier fort. Marina Gazzini, "Scuola, libri et cultura nelle confraternita milanesi fra tardo medioevo e prima éta moderna" in : Scrineum 3. Brunet, II, 1421: "Ouvrage estimé et peu commun". Hoeffer, 765: "Très recherchée". Cf. Formisano, "Italian Reports on America, 1493-1522". Adams F1148. Sabin 26140. [Attributes: First Editi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-12-08 19:51:14
Ambroise Paré
Condition: Etat correct. Etat moyen, manque les pages 1 à 14 et les 8 dernières pages de la Tbale des Matière non numérotée/ condition meddium, missing page 1 to 14, and the last 8 pages of the table of contents. Ambroise paré (1509-1590) "Les Oeuvres, onziesme edition reveue et corigée en plusieurs endroits, & augmentée d'un fort ample traité des fièvres avec pourtraicts & figures, tant de l'anatomie que des instruements de chirurgie, & de plusieurs monstres." 12ème édition, Lyon Pierre Rigaud et Antoine Jullieron Probablement vers 1664 852 pages, Pages 1 à 14 manquantes ainsi que les 8 dernières pages non numérotées de la Table des matières constituée initialement de 80 pages Né à Laval en 1517 et meurt en 1590, A.Paré commença son apprentissage de barbier-chirurgien chez un barbier d'Angers. Chirurgien d'armée, son habileté lui vaut une place auprès des rois Henri II, François II, Charles IX et Henri III. Considéré comme le père de la chirurgie moderne, il éclaira diverses questions d'anatomie, de physiologie et de thérapeutique. Ambroise Paré (1509-1590) "Les Oeuvres, onziesme edition reveue et corigée en plusieurs endroits, & augmentée d'un fort ample traité des fièvres avec pourtraicts & figures, tant de l'anatomie que des instruements de chirurgie, & de plusieurs monstres. " 12th edition, Lyon, Pierre Rigaud Antoine Jullieron Probably 1664 852 pages, Pages 1-14 Missing Table of contents: 80 pages (last 8 pages are missing) Born in Laval in 1517 and died in 1590, A.Paré began his barber-surgeon learning to a barber in Angers. Army surgeon, his skill earned him a place … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: la-petite-credence [ISSIGEAC, FR]
2018-12-07 07:49:41
EUCLID
Venice: Paganinus de Paganinis, 1509. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. [Venice]: Paganinus de Paganinis, [11 June 1509]. 4to (295x208 mm). [1], 2-144 (i.e. 145), [1: blank] ff. Signatures: a10 b-s8. Place and date of printing from colophon (Venetiis Impressum per probum virum Paganinum de paganinis de Brixia [...], M.D.VIIII. Klen. XI Iunii). Title printed in red and black. Numerous woodcut initials and geometrical diagrams in the outside margins. Entirely restored binding, original morocco with gilt arabesque frame and centre-piece laid down on thick wooden boards, four new clasps and catches attached to three edges. Title-page and damaged edges of all leaves expertly restored with Japanese tissue paper (affecting 4 words of title, two words of f.1 and some of the outer geometrical diagrams in the first 40 leaves). Light browning, faint spotting and staining throughout. A few contemp. annotations in ink. A handsome copy, wide-margined and complete with the final blank. ---- Riccardi II, 229-30; Adams E-981; Thomas-Stanford 4; Sander 2608; Choix, 6525; Graesse II, 511-12. FIRST EDITION BY PACIOLI. The very rare edition edited by Luca de Pacioli (1445-1517), who has contributed important corrections and explanations. Pacioli was a friend and collaborator of Piero della Francesca and Leonardo da Vinci. He published his Summa of arithmetical practices in 1494, and in 1509 both his great Divina proportione (in which he collaborated with Leonardo) and this important edition of Euclid. "In 1509 there had appeared a very notable edition of the fifteen books of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
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2018-12-05 16:25:58
FREGOSO, Battista.
Mediolani, Iacobus Ferrarius impressit, 1509. in-folio antico, ff. 336 n.n., capilettera in xilogr. Legatura antica in piena pergamena rigida (piatto anteriore parzialmente staccato, dorso con cuciture dei nervi a vista e cerniere deboli ). Edizione originale.  Fregoso stese in volgare le sue opere, fatta eccezione per i 'Fatti e detti memorabili.'  che invece sono in latino. Opera di carattere quasi enciclopedico laico : "due opere elaborate in ambienti laici, il 'Liber de doctrina dicendi et tacendi' di Albertano da Brescia e il 'De dictis factisque memorabilibus' di Battista Fregoso, sembrano piu specificamente rivolti a quei confratelli di S. Corona che rientravono fra i nuovi operatori culturali laici dell'epoca, portatori di un sapere legato indissolubilimente con la vita civile, maturato nel campo dell'urbanistica, delle pretiche amministrative, dei consigli giuridici, della sanità pubblica, delle techniche economiche" (Gazzini).  In questo lavoro Fregoso raccolse numerosi 'exempla' (tra i quali l'invenzione della stampa e la scoperta dell'america di Cristoforo Colombo), scelti dai classici greci e latini, da storici umanisti come Pontano e Simonetta, persino da fatti personali. Questo esemplare è arricchito da numerose annotazioni marginali di mano cinquecentesca, chiare e leggibili, in elegante grafia che mettono in evidenza i passi più importanti.  Alcune gore marginali ma nel complesso bell'esemplare marginoso e genuino.   Brunet, II, 1421: "Ouvrage estimé et peu commun". Hoeffer, 765: "Très recherchée". Cf. Formisano, "Italian Reports on America, 1493-1522". Ada … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-12-05 16:23:55
Fregoso Battista
Iacobus Ferrarius, Milano, 1509. Legatura antica in piena pergamena con titolo su tassello dipinto al ds. Tagli colorati. Apparentemente completo in base alla segnatura, questo libro stampato senza numerazione delle pagine, ha indotto lo stesso tipografo ad un singolare errore: la carta non numerata 10 è inserita dopo la carta non numerata 9 al posto di quella non numerata 13 come esigerebbe il testo. La carta non numerata 12 è assente ed al suo posto è ripetuta la carta non numerata 9. Edizione originale. Brunet, II, 1421. Adams, F1148. Battista Fregoso (1440-1504) fu Doge di Genova dal 1478 al 1483. Egli stese in volgare le sue opere destinando solo i Fatti e detti memorabili. alla traduzione latina. In questo lavoro Fregoso raccolse numerosi exempla (tra i quali quello, sovente ricordato, riguardante Cristoforo Colombo), scelti dai classici greci e latini, da storici umanisti come G. Pontano e G. Simonetta e persino dalle sue esperienze personali, nell intento di offrire al lettore strumenti adeguati per riuscire nell agire politico. All opera, pubblicata postuma, Battista Fregoso attese fra il 1486 e il 1504, anno della sua morte. Seguirono altre numerose edizioni, segno di un discreto successo. Folio (cm. 28,2), 336 cc.nn. Capilettera ornati. Carta forte. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2018-12-04 18:50:30
CHRYSOLORAS and GUARINO
Ferrara, Impressum per Ioannem Mazochum, 1509. 8vo. [1 blank]; [68]; 171 numbered pp.; [1] [2 blank]. The Chrysoloras Greek grammar in Greek, produced by Gaurinus and commentary by Ponticus Virunius in Latin and Greek, edited by Tricaelius. Deep blue morocco binding by Bozérian le Jeune with gold lettering and gold dentillation on spine and covers. A.e.g. Hinges worn but holding well, red ruled (faint), pages fresh. Blue morocco clamshell case, velvet-lined. Gaurinus learned Greek from Chrysoloras in Constantipole and returned to Venice with about 50 Greek manuscripts. He taught in Florence and Ferrara where he was appointed professor of Rhetoric. In addition to a Latin grammar, he produced his popular abridged version of the Chrysoloras Greek grammar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Ortus Books [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2018-12-04 16:09:19
EUCLID.
[Venice]: A. Paganius Paganinus imprimebat, [1509]. Folio, ff. 145, lacking final blank, very high quality FACSIMILE TITLE PAGE printed in red and black, wide-margin copy, woodcut diagrams throughout, some annotations in an early hand, some occasional browning and slight damp-staining, nicely bound in later full vellum, overall a very nice copy. Thomas-Stanford in his Early Editions of Euclid's Elements, 1926, describes this 1509 Venice edition as "a very notable edition of the fifteen books of the Elements from the press of Paganinus de Paganinis (called A. Paganius Paganinus on the title-page). From the typograpical point of view it is a very remarkable and attractive book. The title, in red and black, is admirably spaced. The text, which is not overloaded with commentary, fills only half the width of the page, the ample margin being occupied by the diagrams which are on an unusually large scale. The enunciations are printed in gothic, the demonstrations in a diminutive but clear roman (or simi-roman) type... In the Venetian Euclids of 1482, 1505, and 1509 the art of the book-production reached the meridian. Subsequent editions, produced elsewhere, of varying typographical quality, seem to be more distinctly commercial in character and to be destined for customers to whom utility and perhaps cheapness were main considerations." Provenance: From the library of Alexander Craik, Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of St Andrews. Thomas-Stanford, p. 6 (item 4).
Bookseller: Forest Books, ABA-ILAB [Grantham, LINCS, United Kingdom]
2018-11-30 15:11:52
Lucas CRANACH "Il Vecchio"
Xilografia, 1509, datata e monogrammata in lastra in basso a destra. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, completa della linea marginale, restauro perfettamente eseguito nella parte superiore sinistra ed inferiore destra, lievi tracce di colore, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Heusebius Hieronymus Sophronius (342 – 420), poi divenuto San Girolamo, nacque a Stridone nella Dalmazia. Uomo di notevole vigore intellettuale, viaggio molto da giovane e si recò in pellegrinaggio in Terra Santa. Si ritirò poi per quattro anni nel deserto siriano a vivere da eremita, dedicandosi allo studio. Come scrive lui stesso nelle sue lettere, il rigoroso ascetismo della vita quotidiana lo portò a subire le più forti tentazioni della carne, inducendolo a percuotersi il petto con una pietra. Nell’iconografia della penitenza è solitamente raffigurato come un vecchio con barba e capelli bianchi; vestito parzialmente di cenci o pelli è inginocchiato davanti al crocifisso in un paesaggio desertico, reggendo una pietra e spesso con accanto un teschio ed una clessidra. La scena ideata dal Cranach rappresenta un insieme di momenti dell’iconografia classica. Lo descrive nell’atto della penitenza, un libro nella mano ed una pietra nell’altra, con accanto un leone. Il libro rappresenta uno dei suoi attributi più comuni, in quanto studioso erudito, come dimostra l’altra iconografia classica che lo ritrae nello studio intento a scrivere e leggere. Altro elemento che lo caratterizza è il leone; come narra un racconto popolare, Girolamo estrasse una spina dalla … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2018-11-30 14:24:41
Marcantonio RAIMONDI
Bulino, 1509 – 1510 circa, privo di data e firma. Da un soggetto di Jacopo Ripanda. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non identificata, rifilata irregolarmente alla linea marginale, tracce di piega centrale verticale, per il resto in buono stato di conservazione. In basso a destra, antica annotazione a penna M A V. L'incisione deriva da un disegno conservato al Louvre (inv. 8257) già variamente attribuito a Baldassarre Peruzzi, Mantegna (Bartsch), Francia, Sodoma (Delaborde e Passavant), e oggi ritenuto di Ripanda. Fu Oberhuber (1984) a riproporre il nome del Ripanda, dopo l’ipotesi di Fiocco, del 1920. Circa la realizzazione dell’incisione, per tutti avvenuta a Roma, sembra più convincente la datazione verso il 1509-1510 avanzata da Obheruber e da Folds, a causa dell’assenza di influssi da Luca di Leida riscontrabili già nel 1510, rispetto al 1512 – 1513 indicato dalla Davidson e dalla Dubois -Reymond. È probabile che Marcantonio sia entrato in contatto con il Ripanda, suo concittadino, richiedendogli un disegno da incidere. Non ancora risolta è l’interpretazione del soggetto, per il quale sono state avanzate diverse ipotesi. Bartsch accetta per l’opera il titolo di "Trionfo di Tito", individuando rapporti tra il carro trionfale dell’incisione e alcune medaglie coniate in occasione del trionfo di Tito e Vespasiano, ma puntualizzava come tale iconografia fosse presente anche in medaglie di epoche anteriori. Wickoff interpretò il soggetto come un’Allegoria della Terza Guerra Punica. Successivamente fu interpretato come Trionfo di Scipione; la Davidso … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2018-11-06 22:14:28
Deux Josse Bade post-incunables - small in Jehan binding monastic 1509 Engraving The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Two post-incunables Josse Bade and Barber print for JehanPetit in monastic binding 1509 Two incunabula post in time binding Isidore of Seville Praeclarissimum opus Hyspalensis episcopi divi... Paris, Jehan Barber for Jehan Petit. 1 small in number 103 slips folio, two sheets of table and 16 sheets unencrypted volume. Impression in round letters on two colones to 55 lines initials and figures. In the colophon Jean Barber 1509 impression the last of the month August. 29 x 20.5 cm 11.5 x 8.25 ' Crinitus stone honesta disciplina Paris, Josse Bade, 1508-1510. 139 encrypted pages, 139 Impression in round letters to 46 long lines. To the last colophon, January 1510. Compliant snacks. While the monastic binding at that time, restorations on the back, traces of clasps. A wetting affects the first leaves, then fades to the 12 leaf. It becomes impercepible, paper healthy and still crunchy. She fist bit annoying at the end but on the margins and inside corner. Isidore of Seville theologian is a Spanish scholar columnist, died in 636 in Seville. He played a considerable role in the Affairs of the peninsula, made a trip to Rome to see Gregory the great, and was Chairman of the Councils of Seville and Toledo. He wrote many books, including a book of etymologies or origins, the encyclopedia of human knowledge in the middle age, the most famous of all his works. This is our incunabulum post … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL (abigalivre) [Millery, FR]
2018-11-01 09:59:00
Thackeray, William Makepeace.
London: Bradbury & Evans, 1858–9. 8vo (21.9 cm, 8.625"). 2 vols. I: Frontis., illus. t.-p., viii, 382 pp.; 48 plts. II: Frontis., illus. t.-p., [2], viii, 376 pp.; 22 plts. First book edition following its issuance (1857–59) in 24 monthly fascicles. The British author's historical novel tells the tale of American-born twins who — after a lengthy period of dealing with troublesome relatives and financial issues — find themselves on opposing sides of the Revolutionary War. The work is a sequel to Thackeray's Henry Esmond. Each volume is illustrated with many plates and vignettes, all of which were drawn by the author himself.    Binding: Full red morocco with gilt lettering and five raised bands to spine; four of the panels with a gilt decoration of Thackeray (wearing his small, round glasses) in a jester's costume, holding the mask and a baton. Simple double-rule gilt border along board edges and gilt dentelles to turn-ins. Top edge gilt and endpapers marbled. Signed by => Riviere & Son.    Provenance: On the front pastedown of each volume, a charming bookplate of Alfred and G. Ivy Clark, the former (1873–1950) being the pioneer in music recording and cinema whose work with Thomas Edison produced the first "moving pictures" having continuity and plot; he also helped Emile Berliner with the development of the gramophone, and he assembled one of the most important collections of Chinese ceramics in the West. Bound as above; spines slightly darkened, front joint of vol. II neatly and unobtrusively refurbished. Interiors age-toned, some offsetting to pages opposite illustrations … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
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2018-10-18 06:14:47
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
Bulino, 1509 - 1510 circa, privo di data e firma. Da un soggetto di Jacopo Ripanda. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non identificata, rifilata irregolarmente alla linea marginale, tracce di piega centrale verticale, per il resto in buono stato di conservazione. In basso a destra, antica annotazione a penna M A V. L'incisione deriva da un disegno conservato al Louvre (inv. 8257) già variamente attribuito a Baldassarre Peruzzi, Mantegna (Bartsch), Francia, Sodoma (Delaborde e Passavant), e oggi ritenuto di Ripanda. Fu Oberhuber (1984) a riproporre il nome del Ripanda, dopo l'ipotesi di Fiocco, del 1920. Circa la realizzazione dell'incisione, per tutti avvenuta a Roma, sembra più convincente la datazione verso il 1509-1510 avanzata da Obheruber e da Folds, a causa dell'assenza di influssi da Luca di Leida riscontrabili già nel 1510, rispetto al 1512 - 1513 indicato dalla Davidson e dalla Dubois -Reymond. È probabile che Marcantonio sia entrato in contatto con il Ripanda, suo concittadino, richiedendogli un disegno da incidere. Non ancora risolta è l'interpretazione del soggetto, per il quale sono state avanzate diverse ipotesi. Bartsch accetta per l'opera il titolo di "Trionfo di Tito", individuando rapporti tra il carro trionfale dell'incisione e alcune medaglie coniate in occasione del trionfo di Tito e Vespasiano, ma puntualizzava come tale iconografia fosse presente anche in medaglie di epoche anteriori. Wickoff interpretò il soggetto come un'Allegoria della Terza Guerra Punica. Successivamente fu interpretato come Trionfo di Scipione; la Davidso … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-10-01 08:03:55
BEDE, Saint Venerable
1509. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Saint Venerable Bede was an English monk during the 7th- and 8th-centuries. He is most remembered for his ecclesiastical work on the history of English people, in which he discusses the establishment and growth of the church throughout the known world. However, he did not write exclusively of church theology. In 703 A.D., Bede composed a work on the development of time - "De Temporibus." This book was one of the first works to contain details on the principles of Easter Computus, or figuring the date of Easter Sunday. Bede was known to contemplate and make theories on the cosmos, and thus was able to give instructions on computing Easter based on the sun, moon, and zodiac. This book, a reissue of the 1505 first edition, also includes many of Bede's 'Lives' in which he gives descriptions of important figures such as Saint Anastasius, Byzantine Emperor Phocas, Saint Augustine of Hippo, and Alexander the Great. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-06 06:27:30
SADOLETO, Jacopo.
(Rome, J. Mazzocchi, 1509 ?).4to. Modern boards, in cloth box. 46 lvs.First edition; with contemporary ownership inscription of Nic. Gallerii on first leaf. - An address to the French king on the Turkish question. Sadoleto is in favour of war and harks back to Charles Martell, grandfather of Charlemagne, who checked the Muslim invasion of Europe by defeating the Moors at Poitiers in 732. He reviews the recent history of the conflict with Turkey with particular reference to Venice and judges the time ripe for the French king not only to end the Turkish threat but assume control of Greece and Asia Minor. Jacopo Sadoleto (1477-1547), an Italian humanist, was born in Modena in 1477. Passing to Rome, he obtained the patronage of Cardinal Carafa and adopted the ecclesiastical career. Pope Leo X chose him as a secretary and in 1517 made him bishop of Carpentras. Sadoleto approved himself a faithful servant of the papacy in many difficult negotiations under successive Popes, especially as a peacemaker. His great aim was to win back the Protestants by peaceful persuasion. He was a devoted bishop and left his diocese with reluctance even after he was made a cardinal in 1536. Some authorities in the past have treated the book as an incunable, which is why it features in Goff (S17, Harvard only)No other copy is recorded.
Bookseller: Gert Jan BESTEBREURTJE Rare Books [Netherlands]
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2018-09-05 14:36:07
SADOLETO, Jacopo.
(Rome, J. Mazzocchi, 1509 ?).4to. Modern boards, in cloth box. 46 lvs.First edition; with contemporary ownership inscription of Nic. Gallerii on first leaf. - An address to the French king on the Turkish question. Sadoleto is in favour of war and harks back to Charles Martell, grandfather of Charlemagne, who checked the Muslim invasion of Europe by defeating the Moors at Poitiers in 732. He reviews the recent history of the conflict with Turkey with particular reference to Venice and judges the time ripe for the French king not only to end the Turkish threat but assume control of Greece and Asia Minor. Jacopo Sadoleto (1477-1547), an Italian humanist, was born in Modena in 1477. Passing to Rome, he obtained the patronage of Cardinal Carafa and adopted the ecclesiastical career. Pope Leo X chose him as a secretary and in 1517 made him bishop of Carpentras. Sadoleto approved himself a faithful servant of the papacy in many difficult negotiations under successive Popes, especially as a peacemaker. His great aim was to win back the Protestants by peaceful persuasion. He was a devoted bishop and left his diocese with reluctance even after he was made a cardinal in 1536. Some authorities in the past have treated the book as an incunable, which is why it features in Goff (S17, Harvard only) No other copy is recorded. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books (ILAB) [Vianen, Netherlands]
2018-08-24 07:29:28
EUCLID.
[Venice]: A. Paganius Paganinus imprimebat, [1509]. Folio, ff. 145, lacking final blank, very high quality FACSIMILE TITLE PAGE printed in red and black, wide-margin copy, woodcut diagrams throughout, some annotations in an early hand, some occasional browning and slight damp-staining, nicely bound in later full vellum, overall a very nice copy. Thomas-Stanford in his Early Editions of Euclid's Elements, 1926, describes this 1509 Venice edition as "a very notable edition of the fifteen books of the Elements from the press of Paganinus de Paganinis (called A. Paganius Paganinus on the title-page). From the typograpical point of view it is a very remarkable and attractive book. The title, in red and black, is admirably spaced. The text, which is not overloaded with commentary, fills only half the width of the page, the ample margin being occupied by the diagrams which are on an unusually large scale. The enunciations are printed in gothic, the demonstrations in a diminutive but clear roman (or simi-roman) type... In the Venetian Euclids of 1482, 1505, and 1509 the art of the book-production reached the meridian. Subsequent editions, produced elsewhere, of varying typographical quality, seem to be more distinctly commercial in character and to be destined for customers to whom utility and perhaps cheapness were main considerations." Provenance: From the library of Alexander Craik, Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of St Andrews. Thomas-Stanford, p. 6 (item 4).
Bookseller: Forest Books, ABA-ILAB [Grantham, LINCS, United Kingdom]
2018-07-24 11:49:18
SADOLETO JACOPO
(Roma. Mazzocchi. ), 1509. Cm. 21; 46 carte non numerate. Cartonato ottocentesco. Ottimo esemplare ad ampi margini. Prima edizione, rara. Sadoleto Jacopo, umanista, filosofo, professore di diritto e poeta, cardinale, Nato a Modena nel 1477 morto a Roma nel 1547 708/P [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: GALLERIA LA STAMPA ANTICA [VILLAFRANCA DI VERONA, Italy]
2018-07-17 05:50:25
Aulo Gellio
GIOVANNI DE TRIDINO alias TACUINU, 1509. Un volume in 4° di (36)-CXXXV pagine (+1 foglio bianco). Titolo in rosso e nero con grande marca tipografica al centro (gore evidenti). Pag. I in rosso e nero, con grande figura xilografica. Capilettera incisi. Legatura in piena pergamena morbida (con numerose macchie); strisce di pelle ai nervi, esempio di legatura "da studio" dei primi del Cinquecento. Tracce di inchiostro ai tagli. Un po' rifilato in testa, l'esemplare conserva tutta la sua larghezza: nei margini bianchi note di mano dell'epoca, qualche sottolineatura.
Bookseller: Libreria Bacbuc [IT]
2018-06-16 05:34:52
[Gart der Gesundheit]; Vegetius Renatus, Flavius; [Iohannes Andreae]
Impressive sammelband including three rare magnificent German illustrated works -including the Gart der Gesundheit and the wonderful Vegetius Renatus- in a contemporary binding by Matthias Gärtner III: [Gart der Gesundheit].Jn disem Buch ist der Gart der gesuntheit (zu latin Ortus sanitatis) in vier theyl getheylet. Mit seine(n) register de artznyen. Das Erste, Von den Thieren. - Das Ander, Von den Vögeln. - Das Dritte, Von den Fischen. - Das Vierte, Von den edel steinen [In this volume, the Garden of Health (in latin Ortus sanitatis) is divided into four parts, together with an index of medicines. The first is about the animals - the second about birds - the third about fish - the fourth about precious stones]. 22nd May 1509. Strasbourg. Johann Prüss. [bound with] I: Vegetius Renatus, Flavius. Vier bucher der Rytterschafft geschribe[n] mit ma[n]cherleyen geryste[n]. bolwerckenn. un[d] gebeuwen, zu krygkszleuffte[n] gehorick, mit yrenn mosternn. unnd figuren darneben verzeychent. [Four books of knighthood, written and including some armoury, scaffolds, fortresses and buildings, which go with the course of warfare, their monstrosities and listed with additional illustrations]. 1511. Erfurt. Hans Knappe the Elder. [89] (of 90) leaves. [A-D6, E8, F-H6, I5 (instead of 6, lacks 5), K-O6, P4]. [bound with] II: [Iohannes Andreae].Bawm vnnd Außlegung der Sypschafft, Mogschafft Geuatterschafft. Mit Registern Vnd Andern Zusetzen vormals nye getruckt. [Tree and Interpretation of clanship, kinship, godparenthood. With indexes and other appendices, again newly printed … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2018-06-15 20:34:11
Gart der Gesundheit]; Vegetius Renatus, Flavius; [Iohannes Andreae]
Impressive sammelband including three rare magnificent German illustrated works –including the Gart der Gesundheit and the wonderful Vegetius Renatus- in a contemporary binding by Matthias Gärtner III: [Gart der Gesundheit]. Jn disem Buch ist der Gart der gesuntheit (zu latin Ortus sanitatis) in vier theyl getheylet. Mit seine(n) register de artznyen. [In this volume, the Garden of Health (in latin Ortus sanitatis) is divided into four parts, together with an index of medicines. The first is about the animals - the second about birds - the third about fish - the fourth about precious stones]. 22nd May 1509. Strasbourg. Johann Prüss. [bound with] I: Vegetius Renatus, Flavius. Vier bucher der Rytterschafft geschribe[n] mit ma[n]cherleyen geryste[n]. bolwercken [Four books of knighthood, written and including some armoury, scaffolds, fortresses and buildings, which go with the course of warfare, their monstrosities and listed with additional illustrations]. 1511. Erfurt. Hans Knappe the Elder. [89] (of 90) leaves. [bound with] II: [Iohannes Andreae]. Bawm vnnd Außlegung der Sypschafft, [Tree and Interpretation of clanship, kinship, godparenthood. With indexes and other appendices, again newly printed]. N.d. [1515]. Oppenheim. [Jakob Köbel]. 12 ff. 46,000 $ Three works in 1 volume. Folio (295 x 200 mm). BINDING: Tooled pigskin over wooden boards, ca. 1563, blind-tooled with metal- and rollstamps incorporating scenes from the life of Christ such as the Annunciation (Ecce Virgo Consipiet), Baptism (Hic est Filius Meus Dilectus), Crucifixion with the brazen Serpent, St John the Ba … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Capital Federal, CAP, Argentina]
2018-06-08 15:46:04
Francesco - POLIZIANO, Angelo. FILELFO
[Knobloch], Argentine [Strasbourg], 1509. [12], LXI p., 4°(20 cm), legatura eseguita posteriormente con pergamena antica con carte di sguardia in carta vergatina non recente, tassello in pelle al dorso con titoli oro. Buono, ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo, alcune gore marginali di debole intesità, qualche rara sottolineatura a china di epoca antica. Postincunabolo raro.
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Adige [IT]
2018-06-04 15:29:57
Ptolemy/ Servetius Claudius/ Michael ( 1509 - 1553 ) Spanien
Artist: Ptolemy/ Servetius Claudius/ Michael ( - 1553 ) Spanien; issued in: Lyon; date: ca 1541, 1509. - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 31,5 x 42; - description : Map shows total Spain and Portugal with the Baleards in the south and the Azores in the north; - vita of the artist: Michael Servetus was a Spanish theologian, physician, cartographer, and Renaissance humanist. He mostly lived in Paris and Lyon and studied Astrology, Mathematic and Medizin. He issued the Ptolomy maps where he bacame a famous Carthographer. Claudius Ptolemy (arround 100- 160 a.C.) Geographia, gives a list of geographic coordinates of spherical longitude and latitude of almost ten thousand point locations on the earth surface, as they were known at his times. The list is organized in Tabulae which cor- respond to specific regions of the three known continents at that time, Africa, Asia and Europe. Research on Ptolemy?s Geographia has started at the University of Thessaloniki, Greece, in the eighties, focused mainly, but not exclusively, on data re- lated to territories which are now under the sovereignty of the modern Greek state. The World of Ptolemy is classified in Regions, since each Chapter is referred to one of them, giving by this way the concept of Atlas as it is understood today.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-02 05:57:57
Calderon de la Barca, Pedro.
Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia: Various publishers, ca. 1750–95. Small 4tos. (see below). This volume of 18th-century printings of some of Calderon's plays was assembled in the second half of the 20th century, and includes true "comedias sueltas" and extracted plays from published editions of "obras." The list of plays is:    1) [drop title] Comedia famosa. El monstruo de los jardines. [colophon: Barcelona: por Francisco Suria y Burgada], no date [1760–70]. [18] ff. "Num. 39" in upper right corner of first page.    2) [drop title] Comedia famosa. Apolo y Climene. [colophon: Valencia: En la imprenta de la Viuda de Joseph de Orga, 1767]. 42 pp. "N. 121" in upper left corner of page 1. Colophon pasted over with a slip: "Se hallara esta con un surtido de Comedias antiguas y modernas, Tragedias y Saynetes en la Libreria de Gonzalez, calle de Atocha, frente de la Casa de los Gremios."    3) [drop title] Loa para la comedia De la purpura de la Rosa. [followed immediately by] Comedia famosa. La purpura de la Rosa. No place: no printer/publisher, no date [Spain, ca. 1750]. [16] ff. No sequence number on first page.    4) [drop-title] Los tres mayores prodigios. Comedia famosa. No place: no printer/publisher, no date [Spain, ca. 1750]. [24] ff. No sequence number on first page.    5) [drop-title] Comedia famosa. El laurel de Apolo. No place: no printer/publisher, no date [Spain, ca. 1750]. [16] ff. "Num. 157" in upper right corner of first page.    6) [drop-title] Comedia famosa. La fiera, el rayo, y la piedra. No place: no printer/publisher, no date [Spain, ca. 1750]. 30 ff. No sequenc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
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2018-05-23 08:24:30
Albrecht Durer
Il Bulino(). The Small Passion is one of the most famous works of Albrecht Dürer. Made between 1509 and 1511, when it was published in a book by the same artist, publisher himself of his great graphic works. The work consists of 36 woodcut plates, plus the title page, "vir dolorum", and a further table, already repudiated by Dürer, but included for documentation, the average size of the woodcuts is 128 x 96 mm, printed on sheets of 21 x 15 cm. The original volume was completed with the comment to the tables of Philip Chelidonio. A few years after, the entire suite was sold by Dürer to the engraver Marcantonio Raimondi in Bologna, with whom Dürer then came into conflict, accusing him of plagiarism. In fact, Raimondi used the tables to do the same work in etching, as well as copied other works - particularly the leaves of the "Life of the Virgin" - to sell them on the Italian and European market. Such was the popularity of Dürer's work in the first decades of the sixteenth century, that many artists were inspired fortheir works: Romanino by Pontormo, but also many German and Flemish illuminators, as Nicolaus Glockendon and Simon Bening. The original drawings reappeared in Venice, and after an edition in the mid-sixteenth century, in 1600 the work on the initiative of the cartographer and engraver Donato Rasciotti, was reprinted by the publisher Venetian Daniele Bisuccio with a dedication to the Archduke of Austria, with a new title and with the new commentary in Italian by Maurizio Moro. The facsimile edition of the work wak taken by one of the rare examples of test printi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: New Boston Fine and Rare Books [Tucson, AZ, UNITED STATES]
2018-05-09 09:58:42
(English Victorian Cloth Bindings).
London: Various publishers, 1836–98. 12mo, 8vo, and 4to. Hubert Dingwall (1912–2001) was a serious, knowledgeable, and discriminating book collector. He began his avocation in his early 20s, soon after he graduated from Oxford. His house in Wimbledon "had books in every room, except the kitchen and bathroom, and the house also boasted two large cellar rooms that were soon fitted up with library-style shelves, lighting and background heating to accommodate Hubert’s ever-growing collection" (Bloomsbury auction catalogue, 27 April 2017).    The collection was rich in Cervantes, emblemata, modern presses, and 19th-century English cloth bindings. That latter collection, offered here, consists of => 78 works in 79 volumes. The binding designers include W. Kelsall, John Leighton, William Harry Roers, T. Kennedy, Albert Warren, Henry Shaw, Joseph Cundall, John Sliegh, H. Gaville Fell, Patten Wilson, Henry Noel Humphreys, and Josiah and Frederick Westerley.    The authors are both British and American and range from the famous to the lesser known: Poe, Longfellow, Bunyan, Burns, Defoe, Hawthorne;Tennyson, and Shakespeare in one group, and John R. Vernon, Mary Louis Boyle, Robert Pollock, and Samuel James in the other.    In sharp contrast to American cloth bindings of this era, many of the English ones are => signed in the binding by the designers. While in the 1840s and 50s a few American binderies like Bradley of Boston signed their work with an embossed stamp on the front fly-leaf, bindings signed by the actual designers within the design are truly rare. American cloth bindings s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
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2018-04-04 20:41:29
INNOCENT III, Pope (Busche, Hermann von dem, Ed.)
per Matinum de werdena, 1509. INNOCENTIUS III, Pope (Busche, Hermann von dem, Ed.) Fundamentum eterne felicitatis Cum libro de Miseria conditionis humane. Köln, per Matinum de werdena, 1509. £2350 8vo, unnumbered leaves, A-F8 G4 H8. Black letter, 32 lines. Large woodcut vignette on title page repeated on verso of last: Jesus as a child between Saint Anne and Mary in the presence of the dove of the Holy Spirit. Capital spaces with small guide-letters, printed maniculae indicating the heading of each paragraph. Small paper repair to outer margin of t-p and metal clip to margin of D6 bookmarking the table of contents. Evenly soiled, yet lightly, and a little darkened to margin edges. In modern gilt red morocco, title and date on front cover and spine. An excellent copy. Pope Innocent III (1160-1216), alias Loatrio di Segni, studied at the universities of Paris and Bologna. This very learned man of austere manners first became cardinal in 1190 and then pope as the successor of Celestine III. He fostered the moral and disciplinary reform of the Church, the fight against heresy, and the re-conquest of the Holy Land. He promoted the fourth crusade, which diverted from its original aim and concluded with the sack of Constantinople in 1204. He undertook the Albigesian crusade in order to supress the Cathar heresy, which had spread to large areas of the Pyrenees, Southern France and Northern Italy. Moreover, he crowned the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II in 1212. Even though he was a skilled politician, he was moved by deeply religious purposes. Innocent wrote several theological and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-31 23:19:54
JULIUS II]
Juan Varela de Salamanca. Broadside. 29.3 x 21.5 cm, 48 + 53 lines, complete. Large Gothic letter, double column to second page, in Catalan. Browning to outer edge, lower edge a bit chewed, a few faint marginal water stains, a couple of marginal worm trails, heavier around right wax seal, left seal covered by slip of printer’s scrap paper (probably another indulgence). Good, crisp, uncut copy. Woodcut stamp ‘ihs’ and printed signature ‘Didacus Ep[iscopu]s Majorica[rum]’ to both leaves. Good, uncut copy of this scarce indulgence in Catalan first issued by Julius II on 22 June 1509. It was probably printed by Juan Varela in Toledo and signed by Diego de Ribera, bishop of Mallorca between 1508 and 1512. This ‘bulla de Africa’ was issued to fund Julius II’s newly-planned crusade against the Turks, which would be debated at the Fifth Lateran Council a few years later due to the ongoing war against the French in the Papal States. The first part explained the criteria of the indulgence; addressed to the subjects of the King and Queen of Spain, it granted the same remission of all ‘sins, crimes and excesses’ which penitents would have obtained by visiting Rome or the Holy Land, through the payment of two silver ‘reals’ and the visitation of churches or holy places on specific days. The second part detailed these sacred days, some devoted to a specific saint or celebrations, others identified as individual ‘stations’ within a longer ritual of penitence during Advent and Lent. Only Princeton, Newberry and Harvard copies recorded in the US. USTC 344273; Wilkinson, Iberian Books, 6079; … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-20 08:52:57
[JULIUS II]
Juan Varela de Salamanca, 1509. Broadside. 29.3 x 21.5 cm, 48 + 53 lines, complete. Large Gothic letter, double column to second page, in Catalan. Browning to outer edge, lower edge a bit chewed, a few faint marginal water stains, a couple of marginal worm trails, heavier around right wax seal, left seal covered by slip of printer's scrap paper (probably another indulgence). Good, crisp, uncut copy. Woodcut stamp 'ihs' and printed signature 'Didacus Ep[iscopu]s Majorica[rum]' to both leaves. Good, uncut copy of this scarce indulgence in Catalan first issued by Julius II on 22 June 1509. It was probably printed by Juan Varela in Toledo and signed by Diego de Ribera, bishop of Mallorca between 1508 and 1512. This 'bulla de Africa' was issued to fund Julius II's newly-planned crusade against the Turks, which would be debated at the Fifth Lateran Council a few years later due to the ongoing war against the French in the Papal States. The first part explained the criteria of the indulgence; addressed to the subjects of the King and Queen of Spain, it granted the same remission of all 'sins, crimes and excesses' which penitents would have obtained by visiting Rome or the Holy Land, through the payment of two silver 'reals' and the visitation of churches or holy places on specific days. The second part detailed these sacred days, some devoted to a specific saint or celebrations, others identified as individual 'stations' within a longer ritual of penitence during Advent and Lent. Only Princeton, Newberry and Harvard copies recorded in the US. USTC 344273; Wilkinson, Iberian Books, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [United Kingdom]
2018-03-01 17:14:33
BEDA Venerabilis, santo.
Cum privilegio. (In fine:) Impressum Vene. p Ioan. de Tridino alias Tacuino anno domini 1509 die. viii. Mai. In 4 (cm. 18,5x13,5), cc.nn. 50 (segn. A-L4, M6), ll. 28, iniz. ornate, leg. perg. Picc. fori di tarlo, qq. restauro, margine super. accorciato, lieve gora in alcune carte. Timbretti di appartenenza al front. BMC, 77. Adams, I, n. 450 cita ediz. del 28 maggio 1505 dello stesso tipografo. L' A. (672-735), monaco ed erudito anglosassone, ebbe grande fama nel Medioevo: Dante lo pone tra i saggi del cielo del sole (Parad., X, 131). Scrisse libri di commentarii alla Sacra Scrittura, opuscoli di retorica e grammatica, opere cosmografiche e cronologiche tra cui "De ratione temporum" contenente la continuazione fino al 1063 dei calcoli del ciclo pasquale fatti da Dionigi il Piccolo.
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2018-02-25 08:33:20
CICERO, Marcus Tullius
[Venetiis : a Philippo Pincio, 1509.] First Pincio edition, folio. 1509 1ed Cicero Rhetoric de Inventione Rhetorica ad Herennium ROME Commentary “A room without books is like a body without a soul.” Marcus Tullius Cicero Two fascinating ancient Roman works bound as one! This incredible, post-incunable features the most famous work of rhetoric ‘Rhetorica ad Herennium’ which, over the years, has been attributed to various authors including Cicero and Lucius Cornificius. In addition to ‘Rhetorica ad Herennium,’ Cicero’s ‘De Inventione’ is also included. ‘Rhetorica ad Herennium’ is the oldest surviving book on rhetoric and is still recognized today as an important book on persuasion. The unknown author of the book teaches on various topics including working through legal controversies, how to praise or condemn a person, intricacies of professional language, as well as how to speak in a day-to-day language. Cicero’s ‘De Inventione’ is the first book to record the term ‘liberal arts’ in reference to rhetoric and speech. He discusses the origins of rhetoric and proper use of orations. This 1509 printing was published by Pincio in Venice. Even though this book features two of the most important works of rhetoric, the commentary of Franciscus Maturanzio is highly desirable and provides perspective from a 15th-century Italian humanist. Item number: #2766 Price: $1750 CICERO, Marcus Tullius M.T.C. Rhetoricorum libri recenter castigati. [Venetiis : a Philippo Pincio, 1509.] First Pincio edition, folio. Details: • Collation: Complete with all CVI; LVI leaves o Signatures: a-m8n6o4: A-G8 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2017-12-25 20:06:26
BEDA Venerabilis, santo.
- Cum privilegio. (In fine:) Impressum Vene. p Ioan. de Tridino alias Tacuino anno domini 1509 die. viii. Mai. In 4 (cm. 18,5x13,5), cc.nn. 50 (segn. A-L4, M6), ll. 28, iniz. ornate, leg. perg. Picc. fori di tarlo, qq. restauro, margine super. accorciato, lieve gora in alcune carte. Timbretti di appartenenza al front. BMC, 77. Adams, I, n. 450 cita ediz. del 28 maggio 1505 dello stesso tipografo. L' A. (672-735), monaco ed erudito anglosassone, ebbe grande fama nel Medioevo: Dante lo pone tra i saggi del cielo del sole (Parad., X, 131). Scrisse libri di commentarii alla Sacra Scrittura, opuscoli di retorica e grammatica, opere cosmografiche e cronologiche tra cui "De ratione temporum" contenente la continuazione fino al 1063 dei calcoli del ciclo pasquale fatti da Dionigi il Piccolo.
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni
2017-12-25 20:06:26
BEDA Venerabilis, santo.
(In fine:) Impressum Vene. p Ioan. de Tridino alias Tacuino anno domini 1509 die. viii. Mai. In 4 (cm. 18,5x13,5), cc.nn. 50 (segn. A-L4, M6), ll. 28, iniz. ornate, leg. perg. Picc. fori di tarlo, qq. restauro, margine super. accorciato, lieve gora in alcune carte. Timbretti di appartenenza al front. BMC, 77. Adams, I, n. 450 cita ediz. del 28 maggio 1505 dello stesso tipografo. L' A. (672-735), monaco ed erudito anglosassone, ebbe grande fama nel Medioevo: Dante lo pone tra i saggi del cielo del sole (Parad., X, 131). Scrisse libri di commentarii alla Sacra Scrittura, opuscoli di retorica e grammatica, opere cosmografiche e cronologiche tra cui "De ratione temporum" contenente la continuazione fino al 1063 dei calcoli del ciclo pasquale fatti da Dionigi il Piccolo.
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni
2017-12-08 00:14:05
DOMENICO DA SAN GIMINIANO (1375-1424) / DOMINICUS DE SANCTO GEMINIANO/GEMINIANUS; SANDEO FELINO MARIA (1444-1503)/SANDEUS FELINUS
Gregorium de Gregoriis, Venetiis; Venezia, 1509. Pagine: 10 fogli d'indice + 101+2 . Formato: in folio . Rilegatura: Originale in pergamena, scritto il titolo e autore da mano antica. Copertina staccata. . Stato: Buono . Caratteristiche: Bellissimo esempio di postincunabolo, edito senza frontespizio. Bruniture, gora nella parte bianca bassa del folio, retrocopertina con mancanze nel piatto inferiore Piccoli segni di tarlo in poche pagine ai bordi bianchi, senza ledere testo.143 consilia commentati di Domenico da San Giminiano, giureconsulto e canonista, professore di diritto canonico a Bologna e uditore della camera apostolica. Sandeo Felinus fu canonista a Ferrara e Pisa, divenne vescovo di Adria e successivamente di Lucca.Foto disponibili . Note epoca: MDIX
Bookseller: Libreria Scripta Manent [ALBENGA, SV, Italy]
2017-12-04 16:02:03
Procopios of Caesarea. From the library of Count Boutourlin (1763-1829), keeper of the Hermitage Collection.
[Rome, Eucharius Silber, March 1509]. Folio. [90]f. Roman letter. At end of text the six line privilege in favour of Giacomo Mazzocchi is printed in capitals. Woodcut initial with portrait of a saint at beginning of first book, lombard initial decorating beginnings of books II-IV. Early 19th century red quarter morocco, gilt; marbled boards. The first printing of Procopios’ account of the early 6th century Byzantine military campaigns against the Persian kings Kavadh and Chosroes Anushirvan, and against the Vandal kingdom in North Africa. The Latin translation from the Greek is by Raffaele Maffei Bishop of Volaterra (1451-1522), a noted humanist and encyclopaedist; (the Greek original text was first published by Höschelius at Augsburg as late as 1607; an English version by Holcroft followed in 1653). The colophon is unusual in referring to the editor, Andrea Nucio, by name. The lengthy privilege by Pope Julius II is in favour of Giacomo Mazzocchi, learned Roman bookseller, printer, and noted antiquarian, who is first mentioned here. Procopios, a native of Caesarea in Palestine, trained as a lawyer and rhetorician, was attached to the Byzantine general Belisarius in AD 527 as his aide and legal adviser in the Persian war. He was to accompany Belisarius in all his brilliant campaigns to restore East Roman power. His Histories, written c550 AD, constitute the authoritative text for the period. Procopios emphasizes the crucial rôle of archers in Belisarius’ victories. A good copy with wide margins from the library of [Dmitry Petrovich] Count Boutourlin (Buturlin 1763-1829), Rus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2017-11-26 02:32:05
SALLUSTIUS CRISPUS C.
in-8, pp. (16), 279, (1), leg. settec. p. perg., tit. oro al dorso, tagli rossi. Ancora aldina sul tit. ed in fine, spazi con lettera-guida per le iniz. Lettera-dedicatoria di Aldo a Bartolomeo Alviano, uomo d'armi al servizio della Serenissima, protettore di dotti e letterati. Alle opere di Sallustio fanno seguito da pag. 160 alcuni scritti di Cicerone (''Oratio contra C. Crispum Sallustium'', di falsa attribuzione, e le ''Orationes quatuor contra Lucium Catilinam''), di Marcus Porcius Latrus (''Declamatio contra Lucium Catilinam'') e dello stesso Sallustio ''Orationes quaedam ex libris historiarum''. Questa prima edizione aldina di Sallustio è alquanto rara, come tutte le edizioni aldine verso la fine del primo decennio del Cinquecento; l'imminente fine della Repubblica Veneta influì sicuramente sulla tiratura dei volumi usciti in quegli anni, in cui la produzione di Aldo fu molto limitata: in 6 anni, dal 1506 al 1511 compresi pubblicò sole 8 edizioni. (Traccia di piccolo timbro e firma abrasa sul foglio di tit., aloni sui primi ff.).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-11-26 02:32:03
SALLUSTIUS CRISPUS C.
in-8, pp. (16), 279, (1), leg. ottocent. in cartonato, tit. oro e filetti al dorso. Ancora aldina sul tit. ed in fine, spazi con lettera-guida per le iniz. Lettera-dedicatoria di Aldo a Bartolomeo Alviano, uomo d'armi al servizio della Serenissima, protettore di dotti e letterati. Alle opere di Sallustio fanno seguito da pag. 160 alcuni scritti di Cicerone (''Oratio contra C. Crispum Sallustium'', di falsa attribuzione, e le ''Orationes quatuor contra Lucium Catilinam''), di Marcus Porcius Latrus (''Declamatio contra Lucium Catilinam'') e dello stesso Sallustio ''Orationes quaedam ex libris historiarum''. Questa prima edizione aldina di Sallustio è alquanto rara, come tutte le edizioni aldine verso la fine del primo decennio del Cinquecento; l'imminente fine della Repubblica Veneta influì sicuramente sulla tiratura dei volumi usciti in quegli anni, in cui la produzione di Aldo fu molto limitata: in 6 anni, dal 1506 al 1511 pubblicò soli 8 testi. Buon esemplare con margini assai grandi (note di possesso abrase al tit. e in fine, lievissimo arrossamento di alcuni ff.).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-11-17 16:00:20
Fregoso Battista
Iacobus Ferrarius, 1509. Folio (cm. 28,2), 336 cc.nn. Capilettera ornati. Carta forte. Legatura antica in piena pergamena con titolo su tassello dipinto al ds. Tagli colorati. Apparentemente completo in base alla segnatura, questo libro stampato senza numerazione delle pagine, ha indotto lo stesso tipografo ad un singolare errore: la carta non numerata 10 è inserita dopo la carta non numerata 9 al posto di quella non numerata 13 come esigerebbe il testo. La carta non numerata 12 è assente ed al suo posto è ripetuta la carta non numerata 9. Edizione originale. Brunet, II, 1421. Adams, F1148. Battista Fregoso (1440-1504) fu Doge di Genova dal 1478 al 1483. Egli stese in volgare le sue opere destinando solo i ‘Fatti e detti memorabili...’ alla traduzione latina. In questo lavoro Fregoso raccolse numerosi ‘exempla’ (tra i quali quello, sovente ricordato, riguardante Cristoforo Colombo), scelti dai classici greci e latini, da storici umanisti come G. Pontano e G. Simonetta e persino dalle sue esperienze personali, nell’intento di offrire al lettore strumenti adeguati per riuscire nell’agire politico. All’opera, pubblicata postuma, Battista Fregoso attese fra il 1486 e il 1504, anno della sua morte. Seguirono altre numerose edizioni, segno di un discreto successo.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
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