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2017-05-17 14:28:26
CALVIN, Jean.
Erichson, Bibliographia Calviniana, p.40; Adams C367. Enlarged edition of the classic reformist teaching of the Christian religion by the French Jean Calvin (1509-1564). The Institutionio was first published in Basel 1536 with only six chapters, and in subsequent editions (especially those of 1539, 1541, 1543 and 1550) new material was added before the publication of the most famous edition of the Institutes, which appeared in 1559. With some owner's inscriptions. title-page slightly soiled, tear in title-page and leaf 312; binding slightly rubbed.Overall in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2017-05-09 20:05:01
King, John
xii, 1509 pp., 3-page terminal publisher ad. Beige calf, black morocco spine labels, gilt titles & rules. Hoolihan, in his description of King's The American Family Physician (2135), states, "His most enduring contribution to medical literature was The American dispensatory (1852), a monumental work on the botanic materia medica that became the standard reference work of eclectic pharmacology, appearing in eighteen editions before the end of the century." Appendices and extensive index follow text.Keywords: MEDICAL OBSTETRICS GYNECOLOGY 1866 seventh edition. Lightly rubbed & soiled, minor restoration along edges, hinges just starting, minor loss to binding edge of front free endpaper. Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach and Baldwin, 1859. Later Edition. Very Good/No Jacket.
Bookseller: Yesterday's Muse, ABAA, ILAB, IOBA
2017-04-21 12:04:12
Limited Editions Club.
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1971–95. Various. Interesting collection of uncommon ephemeral material from The Limited Editions Club, one of the 20th century's great "fine books for the middle classes" concerns. Some of the items here are from the Club's later livres d'artistes heyday; many describe the Club's mission and its processes; the Club's typical attention to typographic clarity and elegance is well displayed.    The 29 letters, catalogues, and offprints gathered here are:    Folded holiday card with Robert M. Hutchins quotation with decorative capital in green, yellow, and red; unsigned, undated.    Folded holiday card with Jeremy Collier quotation. 1973. Unsigned.    Folded New Year's greetings card with Frans Masereel wood engraving, printed on sheer paper and mounted over red and yellow background to "tint" the engraving. 1985.    Typed letter: "At this time, you may not be aware of the recent change in management of The Limited Editions Club, now a part of CRM Publishing . . ." 1971. Signed by Walter Rohrer.    Typed letter: "Continuing progress has taken place since you rejoined The Club or became a member for the first time . . ." 1979. Signed by Sidney Shiff.    Typed letter: "I am genuinely gratified by the favorable response of so many members to our latest publication, the tales by Nobel Prizewinner I.B. Singer and the water colors of Raphael Soyer." Signed by Sidney Shiff.    Typed letter: "Now that you have received your Motherwell-Paz book, you can appreciate our efforts to revive the Club." 1988. Signed by Sidney Shiff.    Typed letter: "It ha … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
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2017-04-21 09:27:17
Morris, Henry.
Newton, PA: Bird & Bull Press, [1978–98]. 11 items, varying sizes; illus. Eleven promotional pieces: prospectuses and other ephemera (including two sheets of printing-themed wrapping paper!) from the small Newtown, PA, press famed for its fine printing, particularly on the subjects of book arts and printing history. This collection of Bird & Bull items offers a nice overview of a variety of the press's favored fonts, illustration styles, and subject matters — and of proprietor Henry Morris's sense of humor as well.    The gathering comprises: Bibliophilic, Typographic and Politically Correct Bijoux. That's a wrap! [1996]. Nos. 2 & 3. [1] f. each. (folded); Chinese Handmade Paper. [1986]. [4] pp.; Chinese Decorated Papers. [1987]. [1] f.; The Etching of Figures. [1998]. [4] pp. (specimen laid into some copies of Dard Hunter & Son; this example including the mysterious "yellow image"); The First Fine Silver Coinage of the Republic of San Serriffe: The Bird & Bull Press Commemorative 100 Coronas. 1988. [4] pp.; Numismata typographica. [1992]. [1] f.; The Private Press-Man's Tale. [1990]. [1] f.; Swine Print. [1978]. [4] pp.; Three Early French Essays on Paper Marbling 1642–1765. [4] pp.; Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers & Bookmakers. [1989]. [4] pp. Items clean and unworn. Swine Print with crease from previous folding. An attractive, interesting gathering of uncommon ephemera.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
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2017-04-19 17:42:47
Werner, Karl
Mit 24 chromolithograph. Tafeln von Karl Werner, auf Karton montiert. 25 Textbll. und der vorderen Umschlag der 4. Lieferung als Ersatz für das nicht vorhandene Titelblatt. Bildgröße ca. 27 x 38 cm, Tafelgröße ca. 46 x 59 cm. Lose in roter OLwd.-Mappe. Quer-Imperial-Folio. Vgl. Ibrahim-Hilmy II, 324 Blackmer 1509 - Prachtvolle ägyptische Ansichten und Szenen von dem zu seiner Zeit gefeierten Aquarellisten Karl Werner, der nilaufwärts bis nach Nubien reiste. Werner schuf nach der Natur ebenso detailgenaue wie lebendige und stimmungsvolle Bilder von besonderer Ausdruckskraft. Die Tafeln (datiert 1870-1874) sind aufgrund der Genauigkeit ihrer topographischen, ethnographischen und architekturgeschichtlichen Darstellung von bleibendem Wert. - Trockenstempel der lithographischen Anstalt auf den Trägerkartons, in den Ecken der Kartons kl. Papierschildchen mit Bezeichnung der Bildmotive. - Die Mappe berieben und bestoßen, teils Läsuren, etwas fleckig, Mappenflügel teils lose. Eine Tafel beschnitten. Textblätter teils mit kl. Randläsuren, Widmungsblatt stärker gebräunt, Textmappe etwas fleckig und mit kleinen Randläsuren, teils angestaubt, teilweise etwas stockfleckig, Rückseiten teils stärker, leicht gebräunt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2017-04-04 17:34:00
Worms].
[Strasbourg, Johann Knobloch the elder], (1509). Folio (224 x 316 mm). (6), XCIIII [= 94] ff. Title printed in red (letterpress) and black (large armorial woodcut). Full-page woodcuts on reverse of title and K1v (showing an arbor consanguinitatis); numerous woodcut initials. Early 19th century papered boards covered with dark green goffered paper. Extremely rare second edition (after the first had appeared the previous year): "A hitherto entirely unknown edition, not recorded by Selchow nor by Pütter. It agrees in every respect with the one of 1507 [.] The Schwarz collection possesses a copy of this rarity" (Panzer). "The 'Worms Reformation', completed in 1498 and first published the following year, considers mainly Roman Law, encompassing not only procedural law and civil law, but also criminal law - a section that proved progressive at a time when criminal justice was much neglected" (cf. Conrad II, 369). The splendid title woodcut - based on a design by Nikolaus Nyfergalt (cf. Thieme/B. XXV, 543) - shows the arms of Worms with the key to the city, presented by two fiery dragons glaring at each other within a room framed by gnarled trees and acanthus leaves, while a window in the middle ground provides a view of the hilly Rhine landscape. Even more impressive is the full-page woodcut of the Emperor (then Maximilian I) and the Electors on the reverse: the three ecclesiastical Electors at his left and the four secular Electors at his right, all identifiable by their arms and attributes. At the bottom of the woodcut, two scribes are presenting the Emperor with the "Worms Ref … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-04-04 17:34:00
Worms].
[Strasbourg, Johann Knobloch the elder], (1509). Folio (224 x 316 mm). (6), XCIIII [= 94] ff. Title printed in red (letterpress) and black (large armorial woodcut). Full-page woodcuts on reverse of title and K1v (showing an arbor consanguinitatis); numerous woodcut initials. Early 19th century papered boards covered with dark green goffered paper. Extremely rare second edition (after the first had appeared the previous year): "A hitherto entirely unknown edition, not recorded by Selchow nor by Pütter. It agrees in every respect with the one of 1507 [.] The Schwarz collection possesses a copy of this rarity" (Panzer). "The 'Worms Reformation', completed in 1498 and first published the following year, considers mainly Roman Law, encompassing not only procedural law and civil law, but also criminal law - a section that proved progressive at a time when criminal justice was much neglected" (cf. Conrad II, 369). The splendid title woodcut - based on a design by Nikolaus Nyfergalt (cf. Thieme/B. XXV, 543) - shows the arms of Worms with the key to the city, presented by two fiery dragons glaring at each other within a room framed by gnarled trees and acanthus leaves, while a window in the middle ground provides a view of the hilly Rhine landscape. Even more impressive is the full-page woodcut of the Emperor (then Maximilian I) and the Electors on the reverse: the three ecclesiastical Electors at his left and the four secular Electors at his right, all identifiable by their arms and attributes. At the bottom of the woodcut, two scribes are presenting the Emperor with the "Worms Ref … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-03-06 04:19:58
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 t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books
2017-01-23 14:56:18
BRUNO CARTUSIANO
Parigi. Bertold Rembolt. 1509. Cm. 26; carte (4), CCII, (4). Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida con unghie, tassello al dorso con titoli in oro, tagli a spruzzo. Magnifico frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero con ampia marca tipografica dello stampatore Rembolt inquadrato entro cornice xilografica con elementi floreali e animali fantastici. Esemplare veramente nitido stampato su carta forte, numerosi capolettera parlanti, alcuni di grande formato. Piccolo forellino di tarlo a punta di spillo che dal frontespizio arriva a carta 39 interessando il testo, nel margine bianco, lontano dal testo, due forellini di tarlo che in modo discontinuo interessano la parte bianca fino a carta 48. Qualche carta un poco fiorita. Il tipografo Rembolt era il marito della donna che per prima stampo' libri in Francia 774/P
Bookseller: Galleria La Stampa Antica
2016-12-28 20:56:31
SALAZAR (Antonio de OLIVEIRA).
4 pages in-4° au filigrane de la couronne royale et de la date de 1509, adressées à un interlocuteur français qu'il ne peut recevoir. Né en 1889, homme d'Etat portugais, fils d'un cultivateur, professeur d'économie financière puis Ministre des finances, il était Président du Conseil depuis 1932. Autographes [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Connaissances et perspectives [SAINT LUPERCE, F, France]
2016-12-11 22:47:00
Lactantius Firminianus
Paris, (Guy Marchand für) Jehan Petit, 12. IX. 1509. 10 nn. B., fol. CCXXV, 1 Bl.. Mit der Holzschnitt-Druckermarke von Jehan Petit auf Titelei, der -Druckermarke von Guy Marchand verso letztem Blatt und ganzseitigem Holzschnitt vor dem ersten foliierten Blatt. Kl.-4 (20 x 13,5 cm). Späterer Kalbslederbd auf 5 Bünden, mit Rückenschild und reicher -vergoldung. Berieben bzw. beschabt, fleckig und bestoßen vorderes Gelenk gebrochen 2 Ecken mit Bezugsfehlstellen fliegender Vorsatz fehlt Titelei gebräunt, etwas fleckig, am Fuß und an der Seite beschnitten am Fuß mit Einriss und an der Seite mit angesetztem Papierstreifen Folgeblatt am Fuß beschnitten erste 5 Bl. am Fuß angerändert bis fol. XXXIII am Fuß mit kleiner Stoßspur bis fol. LIIII mit schwächer und kleiner werdendem Feuchtigkeitsfleck fol. I mit alten Anstreichungen. Lactantius wurde als bekehrter "Christ von Konstantin d. Gr. zum Erzieher seines Sohnes Crispius in Trier bestimmt. Sein Hauptwerk ist die 'Religionslehre' (Divinae institutiones), die erste Gesamtdarstellung des christlichen Glaubens in lateinischer Sprache. Die Schrift 'Über Gottes Kunstwerk' (De opificio dei) legt Schönheit und Zweckmäßigkeit des menschlichen Organismus dar (...). Wegen der Reinheit und Glätte seines Stils wurde L. von Humanisten der Renaissance der christliche Cicero genannt." (Buchwald 1963, S. 293). Vorliegende Ausgabe wurde herausgegeben von Aegidius Maserius.
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Germany]
2016-12-05 10:51:46
SALLUSTIUS Crispus Caius (SALLUSTE)
Venise, Alde et Andrea d'Asola, 1509. In -12 (16x10 cm), 8 ff.-280 pp., veau tabac, dos à cinq nerfs et plats ornés de motifs å froid, ancres aldines or au centre des plats, tranches dorées (reliure du dix-neuvième siècle). Première édition aldine des oeuvres de Salluste, publiee par Alde Manuce d'après deux remarquables manuscrits rapportés de Paris par Lascaris et frère Giocondo de Verone. Élégante impression en italiques, marque de l'ancre aldine sur la page de titre et au verso du dernier feuillet. Anciennes Inscriptions manuscrites à l'encre effacées au bas du titre et nom manuscrit après l'acheve d'imprimer : D. Paulus coneglanesis. First aldin edition of Salluste works. Renouard, 57, n°3. Brunet. Manuel du libraire : edition rare. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: H. PICARD ET FILS, depuis 1902 [PARIS, France]
2016-11-24 20:43:17
[DUPIN, Jean]
Fine large woodcut on title & historiated initials. Gothic type. 142 unnumbered leaves. Small 4to, mid-18th-cent. red morocco (a few leaves with top line just shaved), triple gilt fillet round sides, flat spine gilt "à la grotesque," with the title in gilt running down the spine, narrow gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. [Paris: Michel Le Noir], ca. 1509. Second edition, extremely rare, of this satirical and moral treatise by Dupin (ca. 1302-74), a native of the Bourbonnais and monk of the Cistercian abbey Notre-Dame at Vaucelles near Cambrai. The first edition appeared as Le Livre de bonne vie, appelé Mandevie (Chambéry: 1485). Of the 1485 edition, there are three known copies, two of which are incomplete. Of our ca. 1509 edition, again there are only three copies in institutions: BnF, BL (incomplete), and LC (the title leaf of the LC copy is somewhat damaged). Dupin wrote this work sometime between 1324 and 1340; written in poetry and prose, it denounces the vices and excesses of different professions, both secular and religious. Thus popes, kings, bishops, and other members of the church are equally criticized as lawyers, shopkeepers, women, gluttons, villains, etc. According to Arthur Dinaux and Aimé Leroy in the Archives historiques et littéraires du Nord de la France (1833, Vol. III, pp. 170-33), Le Champ vertueux… is the first known work in French in which prose and poetry are united. The first part of the book, in seven books of prose, contains the tale of a dream in which the author travels through each level of society, guided by a knight known as Mandevie (a ref … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-11-20 12:45:20
FILELFO, Francesco - POLIZIANO, Angelo.
[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. Postincunabolo raro. UsatoBuono Anno pubblicazione: Millesimo quingentesimonono [1509]. Buono ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo alcune gore marginali di debole intesità qualche rara sottolineatura a china di epoca antica. ...
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige
2016-11-10 21:58:27
LEONICENO Niccolò.
1509. [Impressum Ferrariae, per Ioannem Macciochium Bondenum, V. nonas Octobris 1509), in-folio, cartonatura settecentesca (staccata e rovinata, volume in parte sciolto), carte da II a XXXVIII, [4], LVII, da LIX a LXXII. Mancano le carte: A1 (front.), G3, G4, G5, G6, R4 e l'intero fascicolo finale V, formato da 6 carte. Leggera gora alle prime carte, rari forellini di tarlo sempre marginali, alcune note manoscritte nel XVI secolo sui margini bianchi, una carta brunita. Biliotheca Osleriana n. 172 (anche in questo caso un frammento dell'edizione)
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini
2016-11-09 21:47:44
DÜRER, ALBRECHT.
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat Aps [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2016-10-26 03:40:09
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
2016-10-25 20:26:09
Lactantius.
(10), CCXXV [225], (1) Bll. Mit 2 versch. Holzschnitt-Druckermarken (Petit am Titel, Marchant am letzten Bl. verso) sowie einem ganzseitigen Textholzschnitt. Französischer Lederband um 1680 mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und -vergoldung. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. 4to. Schön gedruckte Laktanz-Werkausgabe (herausgegeben von Aegidius Maserius), der noch Tertullians "Apologeticus adversus gentes" sowie einige kleine Stücke von Johannes Chrysostomos und Laurentius Valla beigegeben sind. Gedruckt in klarer Antiqua mit zahlreichen floralen Holzschnittinitialen; einige Stellen in ansprechender griechischer Type. Der Textholzschnitt am letzten Bl. der Vorstücke verso zeigt einen Gelehrten in seiner Stube mit Büchern und Schreibzeug. - Zahlreiche verblaßte hs. Marginalien der Zeit; einige Notizzettel (um 1759) mit hs. bibliographisch-editorischen Bemerkungen in den Innenrand montiert. Kl. Papierdefekt auf Bl. 24f. alt hinterlegt und Text handschriftlich ergänzt. Oberes Kapital fachmännisch restauriert. Am vorderen Innendeckel Exlibris des Brügger Mediziners Adolphe Stordeur (datiert 1910). Adams L 13. BM-STC French 249. Panzer VIII, 537, 324. Moreau 1509, 127. Nicht bei Schweiger.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2016-10-10 00:38:58
HOST, Matthäus (Matthaeus HOSTUS).
STCN (6 copies, incl. 2 incompl.); cf. Smith, Rara arithmetica, pp. 372-375; for Host: ADB XIII, p. 191. A collection of works devoted primarily to the ancient Hebrew, Greek, Roman and Arabic number systems, numismatics and mensuration, more than half (nominally 3 volumes) comprising the collected works of Matthäus Host (1509-1587), numismatist and professor of Greek philology in Frankfurt an der Oder. After these follow works by Alessandro Sardi (1520-1588) (misattributed to John Selden), Philippe Labbe (1607-1667) and Guillaume Budé (1468-1540). Host published his most important works on the Hebrew and other Middle Eastern, Greek, Roman and Arabic number systems (plus "astronomical" numbers probably taken from Agrippa and Noviomagus), coins and related subjects in the years 1578 to 1582. Budé's De asse is generally regarded as the best Renaissance attempt to determine the values of ancient coins relative to each other and to contemporary money. With bookplates. Lacking a divisional title. With some browning and foxing throughout, a small tear into the text of 1 leaf and in the margin of the first folding table. Otherwise in good condition. The binding of the first volume is somewhat dirty and each has one or two of the vellum tapes broken at the hinge, but they are still in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2016-10-09 18:29:50
JODE, Gerard de.
F. van Ortoy, L'oeuvre cartographique de Gérard et de Corneille d Jode, p. 117; Vredenburg-Alink, Kaarten van Gelderland 5. Second printing of an early engraved map of the Dutch province Gelderland (the fifth map in Vredenburg-Alink?s chronological list) by the Dutch engraver, cartographer and publisher Gerard de Jode (1509-1591). The map, orientated with west at the head, shows the area of 16th-century Gelderland and slightly beyond, from Utrecht in the west to Vreden in the east and from Kampen in the north to Roermond in the south. The map was first published in De Jode's Speculum Orbis Terrarum (1578), and printed unchanged in the 1593 Speculum Orbis Terrae: an enlarged edition of the earlier atlas, now published by De Jode's son, Cornelis (1568-1600). Gerard de Jode based his map on Tramesini's map, who based his in turn on that of the cartographer Jacob van Deventer (d. 1575). Margins slightly foxed and slightly discoloured along the fold, otherwise in very good condition.
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2016-09-24 02:53:36
Isidore de Séville, Crinitus Pierre, Josse Bade, Jehan Petit
Isidore de Séville Praeclarissimum opus divi Hyspalensis episcopi ... Paris Jehan Barbier pour Jehan Petit 1 volume petit in folio de 103 feuillets chiffrés , deux feuillets de table et 16 feuillets non chiffrés. Impression en lettre ronde 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 4 les premiers feuillets, puis s'estompe au feuillet 12 elle devient impercepible papier sain et encore bien craquant. Elle réaparait peu genante en fin de volume mais en marge et angle intérieur.Isidore de Seville Théologien 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 livres des étymologies ou origines, encyclopédie des connaissances humaines au moyen age, le plus célèbre de tous ces ouvrages. C est notre post incunable ! Celui ci traite de sujets fort divers et reprend effectivement les connaissances de l'époque en les illustrant parfois de figures.Quelques exemples De la philosophie, de l'arithmétique, de la géométrie, mais aussi ,de la musique en trois division, de la musiq … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Daniel Bayard livre luxe book [France, Millery]
2016-09-20 23:14:44
PLUTARCH.
Edited by Demetrius Ducas, assisted by Erasmus & Girolamo Aleandro. Large Aldine device on title. Printed in Greek throughout. 8 p.l., 1050 pp., one leaf with anchor device. Thick small folio (275 x 177 mm.), cont. blind-stamped panelled pigskin over bevelled wooden boards (binding a little stained & marked), three (of four) catches, one (of two) clasps. Venice: [Aldine Press, 1509]. Editio princeps, a remarkably fine and fresh copy printed on what appears to be thick paper. This is the only copy we know of with an important humanistic provenance to appear on the market for many, many years. This splendid volume belonged to Lodovicus Carinus (ca. 1596-d. 1569), humanist, medical doctor, educator, and friend of Erasmus at Basel. Carinus, who has written on the title-page "Sum Carini," was very much part of the circle of Erasmus and the Froben press for many years. Erasmus commended him as an exemplary young scholar and put him as an actor in the Colloquia, where he appears under his real name. A rupture occurred between the two in 1528 and Erasmus later referred to Carinus as the young viper he had carried in his bosom. By 1539, Carinus became close to the Fugger family, tutoring, studying medicine, and travelling with Ulrich and Hans Fugger to Paris, Padua, and Bologna. Treated generously by the Fugger family, Carinus became wealthy. He gave a great deal of support to scholarly projects, securing manuscripts in the possession of the Fugger family and subsidizing the printing of costly books. When he died at Basel, Carinus "left a library which was purchased by a member of t … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-08-22 13:04:40
GIOVENALE.
(Philippus Pincius), 1509 die 4 decembris. In - folio (318x215mm), ff. (6), CXXXVII (manca la carta finale bianca), legatura antica in p. pergamena rigida con dorso a 3 nervi rilevati. Vignetta xilografica al frontespizio. Bei capilettera istoriati in xilografia su fondo nero, 12 xilografie intercalate n.t., una per ciascuna satira. Carattere gotico e romano. Antichi timbri di estinta biblioteca. Aloni e bruniture diffuse, restauri marginali al frontespizio e all'ultima carta. Segni d'uso all'interno del volume. Condizioni discrete nel complesso. Rarissimo postincunabolo veneziano di Giovenale sprovvisto di dati tipografici e corredato dell'amplissimo commento del celebre umanista nativo di Palazziolo Giovanni Britannico; il testo giovenaliano è posto al centro della pagina ed è inquadrato, in corpo tipografico più piccolo, dalle glosse del Britannico. La prima edizione corredata del commento del Britannico era stata impressa a Brescia nel 1501 da due congiunti dell'umanista lombardo, Angelo e Iacopo Britannico. L'editore, in base al riferimento del British Union Catalogue, sarebbe Filippo Pinzi (Philippus Pincius), tipografi di Canneto, presso Mantova, attivo a Venezia, dove si trasferì nel 1480. Essling, n. 788. Sander, 3733. Maittaire, I, p. 533. Panzer, Annales typographici, IX, p. 110, n. 40. EDIT16 CNCE 51702 (7 copie censite; SBN / ICCU censisce invece 2 copie). Manca ad Adams, Mortimer e STC Italian.
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2016-07-21 18:26:57
Catholic Church
THE LONG-LOST FIRST VOLUME OF THE BIBLE OF LOUIS DE HARCOURT, PATRIARCH OF JERUSALEM AND BISHOP OF BAYEUX. Illuminated manuscript on parchment in Latin, Northern France, Paris, c. 1260-1280. 310 x 215 mm. 319 leaves, complete but for one leaf lacking at the end, catchwords, some leaf and quire signatures, written below top line in a formal gothic bookhand in two columns of 44 lines (justification 197-200 x 138-144 mm.), some rubrics completed and spaces left for others, red and blue running titles and chapter numbers, chapters begin with alternately red or blue 2-line initials with contrasting red or blue pen decoration extending the full length of the page, TWELVE ILLUMINATED FOLIATE INITIALS AND TWENTY-NINE HISTORIATED INITIALS in blue and mauve highlighted in white and gold, with full-page marginal extensions, deeply cusped, decorated with small gold balls and floral or zoomorphic terminals, some with rabbits, dogs, human heads, dragons, etc. BINDING: Late 15th- or early 16th-century leather, tooled in blind and stamped with several floral motifs (also used in c. 1509 binding from Paris or Rouen) over substantial wooden boards, spine with five raised bands, head- and tail-bands with decorative red and green threads, edges gauffered and gilt. TEXT: Unlike most thirteenth-century Bibles, typically individual small-format volumes that contain the complete Bible text, the present manuscript is quite large in size and makes up the first volume of what is now a two-volume Bible. The companion volume also survives and is now at Harvard University (Cambridge, Houghton Library, f … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-07-10 19:50:56
[IUSTINIANUS, Laurentius].
Strassburg, Johann Prüß d. Ä. 1509. kl.-4°. 182 Bll. Mit gr. Titelholzschn., 3 (dav. 1 ganzseit.) Holzschn. u. Druckermarke. Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel. m. 2 intakten Metallschließen. Rollenstempel, floral. Blindpräg. auf beiden Deckeln. Blindgeprägt. Portrait \"Salvator Mundi Ihesus Christus\" darunter: \"Martinus Pietz\" am Vorderdeckel. Hs. Rückentit. Bll. B-E8 rubriziert. 4 Bll. (Zv-8 fleckig), sonst in sehr gutem Zustand. ad 1: A-6.B-8.C-4,D-4,E-8,F-4,G-4,H-8,J-4,K-4,L-9,M-4,N-4,O-8,P-4,Q-4,R-8,S-4,T-4,-8,X-4,Y-4,Z-8,a-4,b-4,c-8,d-4,e-4,f-8,g-4,h-4,i-8,k-8;VD 16 J1174; Proctor 9990 - Sehr seltene, wahrscheinlich einzige deutsche Ausgabe von \"De disciplina et perfectione conversationis monasticae\". Der Verf. (1381-1456) trat 1402 in das Chorherrenstift auf der Insel Alga bei Venedig ein, wurde 1406 Prior und erster General der Kongregation vom Hl. Georg, deren Konstitutionen er verfaßte (vgl. Lex.f.Th.u.K. IV, 510). Die Holzschnitte zeigen die Herabkunft des Heiligen Geistes, Mariae Geburt, Grablegung und Kreuzigung Christi. - Beigebunden: BONAVENTURA. Der Spygel der Tzucht voll treflicher Lere vnnd Spruche des heilgen Bonauenture, der do mit tapffern kurtzen wortten, sagt vn[d] handelt, von eine[n] erlichen Leben. Nicht alleine allen geistlich[e]n den er tzu eine[n] anschaw[e]n yres lebens gemacht not ... Leipzig, Melchior Lotter 1510. 4 Bll., XCV S. Erste Ausgabe. (VD 16 B 6580). Versand D: 4,00 EUR Alte Drucke, Theologie, Religionsgeschichte
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2016-07-07 18:51:11
[DUPIN, Jean].
Fine large woodcut on title & historiated initials. Gothic type. 142 unnumbered leaves. Small 4to, mid-18th-cent. red morocco (a few leaves with top line just shaved), triple gilt fillet round sides, flat spine gilt "à la grotesque," with the title in gilt running down the spine, narrow gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. [Paris: Michel Le Noir], ca. 1509. Second edition, extremely rare, of this satirical and moral treatise by Dupin (ca. 1302-74), a native of the Bourbonnais and monk of the Cistercian abbey Notre-Dame at Vaucelles near Cambrai. The first edition appeared as Le Livre de bonne vie, appelé Mandevie (Chambéry: 1485). Of the 1485 edition, there are three known copies, two of which are incomplete. Of our ca. 1509 edition, again there are only three copies in institutions: BnF, BL (incomplete), and LC (the title leaf of the LC copy is somewhat damaged). Dupin wrote this work sometime between 1324 and 1340; written in poetry and prose, it denounces the vices and excesses of different professions, both secular and religious. Thus popes, kings, bishops, and other members of the church are equally criticized as lawyers, shopkeepers, women, gluttons, villains, etc. According to Arthur Dinaux and Aimé Leroy in the Archives historiques et littéraires du Nord de la France (1833, Vol. III, pp. 170-33), Le Champ vertueux... is the first known work in French in which prose and poetry are united. The first part of the book, in seven books of prose, contains the tale of a dream in which the author travels through each level of society, guided by a knight known as Mandevie (a ref … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-06-01 10:22:44
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 â??Fatti e detti memorabili...â?? alla traduzione latina. In questo lavoro Fregoso raccolse numerosi â??exemplaâ?? (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, nellâ??intento di offrire al lettore strumenti adeguati per riuscire nellâ??agire politico. Allâ??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.
2016-03-18 21:46:41
Lactantius (ca 240 – ca 320)
[colophon: Parisiis: Pro Ioha{n}ne Petit fidelissimo bibliopola in Bellouisu 4to (19.5 cm; 7.5"). [10], ccxxxv, [1] ff.. 1509] Joining the works of Lactantius (ca. 240–320) in this handsome Petit/Marchand production are De resurrectionis dominicae die (leaves cxc–cxci) by Venantius Fortunatus, Tertullian's Apologeticus adversus gentes (leaves cxci [verso] – ccxv [verso]), Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus's Salve festa dies, and other pieces by St. John Chrysostom and Lorenzo Valla. The whole is edited by Aegidius Maserius. The volume is printed in a clear roman face with numerous ornamental woodcut initials and with side- and shoulder-notes. The Jean Petit publisher's device is on the title-page and that of Guy Marchand on the verso of the last. Additionally, there is a full-page woodcut of a scholar in his study opposite the first numbered leaf. Evidence of Readership: A 16th-century reader has added a significant amount of marginal commentary on the text. Recent calf old style, tooled in blind on spine and covers. Faint traces of water and resultant mild arrested mildew in lower outer corners of earliest few pages. Marginalia in some parts affected by a binder's trimming; in other cases, not. All edges carmine. => A very good copy.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
2016-02-03 21:02:52
Lactantius (ca. 240 – ca. 320).
[colophon: Parisiis: Pro Ioha{n}ne Petit fidelissimo bibliopola in Bellouisu 4to (19.5 cm; 7.5"). [10], ccxxxv, [1] ff.. 1509] Joining the works of Lactantius (ca. 240?-320) in this handsome Petit/Marchand production are De resurrectionis dominicae die (leaves cxc?-cxci) by Venantius Fortunatus, Tertullian's Apologeticus adversus gentes (leaves cxci [verso] ?- ccxv [verso]), Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus's Salve festa dies, and other pieces by St. John Chrysostom and Lorenzo Valla. The whole is edited by Aegidius Maserius. The volume is printed in a clear roman face with numerous ornamental woodcut initials and with side- and shoulder-notes. The Jean Petit publisher's device is on the title-page and that of Guy Marchand on the verso of the last. Additionally, there is a full-page woodcut of a scholar in his study opposite the first numbered leaf. Evidence of Readership: A 16th-century reader has added a significant amount of marginal commentary on the text. Recent calf old style, tooled in blind on spine and covers. Faint traces of water and resultant mild arrested mildew in lower outer corners of earliest few pages. Marginalia in some parts affected by a binder's trimming; in other cases, not. All edges carmine. => A very good copy.
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2016-01-29 20:57:15
Leonardo Vegio per Alessandro Minuziano 1509 8 dicembre In 4to (cm 18), bella pergamena recente con tassello e titolo in oro al dorso, cc. (53), (1 bianca). Piccolo restauro al margine inferiore bianco di alcune carte, piccoli timbri di biblioteca su alcune pagine, per il resto ottima copia marginosa.RARA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE ben completa dell'ultima carta, spesso mancante, che contiene l'errata ed una lettera del Minuziano, indirizzata al dedicatario dell'opera, Giovanni da Tolentino, riguardante la correttezza dell'edizione stampata da suo genero L. Vegio.Nella dedica dello Spagnoli allo stesso Giovanni da Tolentino l'autore narra brevemente le vicende della stesura dell'opera. Il Tolentinum è un poemetto in versi ambientato nelle Marche, che contiene la descrizione di diverse località  (Ancona, Recanati, Pesaro, Fermo, Macerata, Tolentino), racconta le origine mitologiche del Piceno e accenna più volte ad eventi della storia contemporanea. Alla fine del volume vi è un componimento di cira nove pagine di Lancino Curti, sempre indirizzato a Giovanni da Tolentino, in cui si tessono le lodi dello Spagnoli e delle sue opere e si espongono con tono accorato eventi recenti della storia italiana. G.B. Spagnoli, poeta carmelitano nato a Mantova da padre spagnolo, studiò grammatica sotto G. Tifernate e filosofia a Pavia sotto P. Bagelardi. Dopo alcuni anni di cattive frequentazioni e accuse di usura e calunnia entrò nell'ordine dei Carmelitani, biasimando nel De vita beata, la sua prima pubblicazione, i suoi precedenti errori di gioventù. Entrato nelle grazie del duca di Mantova, f … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-12-03 03:14:40
Hamelsveld, Ysbrand van.
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2015-11-25 06:43:24
Simonetta, Bonifacio
Basel: Nicolaus Kesler, 1509. [6],156,[2] leaves. Folio. Early 18th-century Danish royal binding of speckled calf, spine elaborately gilt with crowned double monogram of Christian VI at head, bottom four compartments gilt with Danish royal arms; front and rear covers gilt and stamped in blind, with a central inlay of speckled and plain calf cut to a lozenge and semi-circle design. Royal stamp on front pastedown, pencil note ("Dupl bibl R") on front free endpaper. Internally crisp and clean except for some worming throughout and waterstaining on lower corner of final few leaves. A near fine copy. Second Latin edition of Simonetta's principal work, following the first edition printed in Milan in 1492/93. The mention of the West Indies on the verso of leaf 101 is of interest in documenting early published references to the New World. This mention is found in one of 179 letters written by the author interspersed throughout the text, which is primarily concerned with a history of Christian persecution. Simonetta's correspondence is addressed to a wide circle of Simonetta's contemporaries, including close acquaintances, family members, and renowned figures of the Renaissance such as Lorenzo de Medici, Ludovico Sforza, and Pico della Mirandola. The topics of the letters range over a variety of topics including classical history, mythology, geography, medicine, physics, and astronomy. Although not cited in EUROPEAN AMERICANA, the reference to the New World is also found in the first edition, published in Milan (not before 11) January 1492. The Milanese year was reckoned in the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [United States]
2015-11-11 21:23:46
Flämisch, Ende 16. Jahrhundert - nach Marten de Vos (1532 ? Antwerpen ? 1603)
Feder in Braun, über Rötelskizze, leicht braun laviert, mit brauner Feder umrandet, auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: bekrönter Wappenschild mit Kreuz, gehalten von zwei stehenden Löwen, mit zwei angehängten Kreisen. 20:26,7 cm. Vergleichsliteratur: Hollstein 68. Wahrscheinlich handelt es sich bei unserem Blatt um eine Nachzeichnung des gleichseitigen Kupferstichs von Gerard de Jode (1509 od. 1517-1591), der nach einer Zeichnung von Marten de Vos (1532-1603) entstanden ist und zu einer 4-Blatt-Folge über die Geschichte von Esau und Jakob gehört. (Die kunsthistorische Einordnung und die Bestimmung des Bildmotivs danken wir einem freundlichen Hinweis von Dr. Stijn Alsteens, New York, Email vom 24.02.2014).
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2015-11-04 17:18:16
MARINEO, Siculo Lucio
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2015-11-02 15:21:35
MIDDLETON, Richard of
Lazarus Soardus, Venice, 1509. 2 works in one. Folio. ff [xii] 237; 43 [-blank f6]. Double column, Gothic letter in two sizes, plain and foliated woodcut initials, extensive printed sidenotes, publisher's white on black device on verso of last. T-p a bit foxed, infrequent contemp. manuscript notes, underlinings, small hole affecting a very few letters to A2, faint dampstain towards outer margins in a few quires. A very good, clean, well-margined copy in contemporary vellum, slightly later vellum spine superimposed. Early paper library label and title to spine, edges speckled red and black. Rare edition by Benzonus of Middleton's commentary on the fourth book of Peter Lombard's great 'Sentences,' accompanied by 'Quodlibeta,' related disputations. It was one of very few works by an Englishman of sufficient reputation to be internationally printed in the incunable and post-incunable periods. The fourth book covers 'the sacraments in general, the seven sacraments in particular, and the four last things, death, judgement, hell, and heaven.' (Catholic Encyclopaedia). The Quodlibeta were answers to scholarly questions posed by pupils or by interested parties. They address many and varied topics, religious and scientific, including one of the earliest discussions of hypnotism, auto-suggestion and telepathy. The possibility of resurrection, the nature of the human intellect, whether Peter sinned when he denied Christ, the meaning of 'good luck', if one has sinned having done something through direst necessity, and the morality of the marriage of two persons of wildly differing years … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-06-25 19:03:09
Pius II., Papst (eig. Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini).
. Paris, Hen. Stephanus 1509. (Parrhisijs: impressa ... per Henriicum Stephanum ... sumptib. eisudem Henrici & Ionnis Hongont, 1509). Kl.4°. 12 Bll., 152 Bll. Schlichtes Leder d. 19. Jh. ohne Beschriftung. Von Geofroy Tory herausgegebene Ausgabe der Cosmographia von Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini (1405-1464). Das Werk erschien erstmals 1477 und enthält geschichtliche und volkskundliche Betrachtungen aus Asien und Europa. Eines der Exemplare ohne die Weltkarte, die einigen Exemplaren beigegeben wurde. Teils mit schwachem Wasserrand. 2 Ex Libris auf Innendeckel und Vorsatzblatt. Gutes Exemplar. -CHF 1500.00.
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2015-06-14 03:37:11
Petri, Johann; Johann Froben
Basilea: J. Petri, J. Froben, 1509. First edition. Hardcover. fair to vg. Folio. (13 6/8 x 9 1/2"). [14], CCCXLVII (347), [28] leaves. Contemporary blind-stamped vellum over wooden panel, with handwritten title at head of spine. Raised bands. Two brass clasps with leather strings. Printer's woodcut device on title. Striking illuminated initial at the beginning of the "Epistola sancti hieronymi ad Paulinum." Hand-painted initials in red throughout. In 1509 J. Petri and J. Froben, the Basel printers, printed this folio edition (dated 25 aug., Copinger 141) of the Bible "cum pleno apparatu", (Biblia Latina) which was the earliest to contain marginal references to the "ius canonicum". These "concordantiae ius canonicum" were compiled by Johannes Niuicelensis, an abbot, and were printed separately in 1482. This edition is also the first which bears the commendatory verses of Matthie (Matthias) Sambucelli on title page. Text printed in double column (62 lines per column) with references in both margins. Title centered at top of page. Chapter number in column. Paragraph form, without verse numbers. Includes: "Ad diuinaru[m] litterarum uerarumq[ue]; diuitiarum amatores exhortatio"; "Tabula prima et secunda"; "Tabula Tertia"; "Tabula alphabetica historiaru[m]"; "Epistola sancti hieronymi ad Paulinum", and with the following at end: "Interpretatio[n]es nominu[m] hebraicoru[m]" (cf. Darlow & Moule, note after 6092). Imprint information from colophon at end of Apocalypsis: "Jmpressa basilee per p[re]stantissimo viros magistros Joha[n]ne[m] petri de langendorff et Johanne[m] froben de … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-06-09 10:40:28
PONTANO Giovanni Gioviano
per Sigismundum Mayr Alemannum ..., Neapoli, mense Augusto 1509. In-4 p. (mm. 283x195), p. pergam. ottocentesca (restaur. per manc.), ai piatti una delicata cornice a secco, tit. impresso al dorso, 56 cc.nn., caratteri tondi. Contiene solo il "De sermone", essendo il "De bello Neapolitano" pubblicato dal Mayr nel mese di maggio dello stesso anno. Cos Manzi La tipografia napoletana nel '500 (1971), n. 16. Nel "De Sermone" compaiono considerazioni sullutilit dellarguzia e della facezia. In questo trattato lA. propone lideale di una conversazione libera e aperta, capace di alleviare gli aspetti piu ingrati e severi della vita quotidiana. Rarissima "seconda edizione" (la prima del 1508).Cfr. Choix de Olschki,VIII,12246 - Brunet,IV,807.Antiche scritte margin., solo qualche lieve fiorit., altrim. esempl. ben conservato."Giovanni o Gioviano Pontano (Cerreto, Umbria, 1422 o 1426 - Napoli 1503), poeta, fecondissimo scrittore e uomo politico. Padrone della lingua e del verso latini come forse nessun altro umanista, il Pontano non ebbe nel Rinascimento chi lo uguagliasse come prosatore; a lui poeta solo il Poliziano pu esser messo vicino". Cos Diz. Treccani,IX, p. 621.
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2015-04-20 15:39:34
SALLUSTIO Caio Crispo.
"Quae omnia solerti nuper cura repurgata sunt, ac suo quaeque ordine optime digesta". Testo latino. Cm.15,8x9,5. Pg.(16), 284 numerate solo al recto, (2). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida, con titoli e fregi impressi in oro al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Marca tipografica aldina impressa al frontespizio e ripetuta al verso dell'ultima carta. Piccolissimi fori di tarlo al dorso. Alcune minime sottolineature e chiose manoscritte d'epoca. Al recto dell'ultima carta ripetuta manualmente a inchiostro di china l'ancora con delfino. Doppia prefazione, la prima di Francesco di Asolo, la seconda dello stesso Aldo a Bartolomeo Liviano, identica a quella apposta all'edizione del 1509. Bella edizione aldina, pubblicata per le cure di Francesco d'Asolo come sorta di seconda edizione ampliata della precedente del 1509. Ne esiste anche una contraffazione dello stesso anno, sempre a Venezia, del De Gregori.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2015-04-02 09:42:13
Lactantius Firminianus:
Paris, (Guy Marchand für) Jehan Petit, 12. IX. 1509. 10 nn. B., fol. CCXXV, 1 Bl. Mit der Holzschnitt-Druckermarke von Jehan Petit auf Titelei, der -Druckermarke von Guy Marchand verso letztem Blatt und ganzseitigem Holzschnitt vor dem ersten foliierten Blatt. Kl.-4° (20 x 13,5 cm). Späterer Kalbslederbd auf 5 Bünden, mit Rückenschild und reicher -vergoldung. Berieben bzw. beschabt, fleckig und bestoßen; vorderes Gelenk gebrochen; 2 Ecken mit Bezugsfehlstellen; fliegender Vorsatz fehlt; Titelei gebräunt, etwas fleckig, am Fuß und an der Seite beschnitten; am Fuß mit Einriss und an der Seite mit angesetztem Papierstreifen; Folgeblatt am Fuß beschnitten; erste 5 Bl. am Fuß angerändert; bis fol. XXXIII am Fuß mit kleiner Stoßspur; bis fol. LIIII mit schwächer und kleiner werdendem Feuchtigkeitsfleck; fol. I mit alten Anstreichungen. Lactantius wurde als bekehrter "Christ von Konstantin d. Gr. zum Erzieher seines Sohnes Crispius in Trier bestimmt. Sein Hauptwerk ist die 'Religionslehre' (Divinae institutiones), die erste Gesamtdarstellung des christlichen Glaubens in lateinischer Sprache. Die Schrift 'Über Gottes Kunstwerk' (De opificio dei) legt Schönheit und Zweckmäßigkeit des menschlichen Organismus dar (.). Wegen der Reinheit und Glätte seines Stils wurde L. von Humanisten der Renaissance der christliche Cicero genannt." (Buchwald 1963, S. 293). Vorliegende Ausgabe wurde herausgegeben von Aegidius Maserius. LA
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2015-04-02 09:42:13
Lactantius Firminianus:
Paris, (Guy Marchand für) Jehan Petit, 12. IX. 1509.. 10 nn. B., fol. CCXXV, 1 Bl.. Mit der Holzschnitt-Druckermarke von Jehan Petit auf Titelei, der -Druckermarke von Guy Marchand verso letztem Blatt und ganzseitigem Holzschnitt vor dem ersten foliierten Blatt. Kl.-4° (20 x 13,5 cm). Späterer Kalbslederbd auf 5 Bünden, mit Rückenschid und reicher -vergoldung.. Berieben bzw. beschabt, fleckig und bestoßen; vorderes Gelenk gebrochen; 2 Ecken mit Bezugsfehlstellen; fliegender Vorsatz fehlt; Titelei gebräunt, etwas fleckig, am Fuß und an der Seite beschnitten; am Fuß mit Einriss und an der Seite mit angesetztem Papierstreifen; Folgeblatt am Fuß beschnitten; erste 5 Bl. am Fuß angerändert; bis fol. XXXIII am Fuß mit kleiner Stoßspur; bis fol. LIIII mit schwächer und kleiner werdendem Feuchtigkeitsfleck; fol. I mit alten Anstreichungen. Lactantius wurde als bekehrter "Christ von Konstantin d. Gr. zum Erzieher seines Sohnes Crispius in Trier bestimmt. Sein Hauptwerk ist die 'Religionslehre' (Divinae institutiones), die erste Gesamtdarstellung des christlichen Glaubens in lateinischer Sprache. Die Schrift 'Über Gottes Kunstwerk' (De opificio dei) legt Schönheit und Zweckmäßigkeit des menschlichen Organismus dar (...). Wegen der Reinheit und Glätte seines Stils wurde L. von Humanisten der Renaissance der christliche Cicero genannt." (Buchwald ²1963, S. 293). Vorliegende Ausgabe wurde herausgegeben von Aegidius Maserius.
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2015-03-26 00:12:12
PACIOLI, Luca de (editor); EUCLID
Paganinus de Paganinis, Venice. [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 Elements from the press of Paganinus de Paganinis From th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2015-03-05 19:23:25
ANDREE Antonii
Simonem de Luere 1509 in folio, cc. 103, leg. in mezza perg. con angoli, piatti in cartonatura poster., testo su due colonne, carattere gotico, capil. ornati in xilogr., gora di umidità al margine esterno di diverse cc., antica proprietà manoscr. al front., per il resto buon esempl. Andree Antoine, monaco francescano, nativo di Tauste nell'Aragon, visse tra il XIII e XIV sec. e fu uno dei migliori commentatori di Duns Scoto, suo maestro. Opera rara, sconosciuta ai migliori repertori bibliografici, non posseduta da alcuna biblioteca nazionale (fonte ICCU). Brunet riporta altre opere di questo autore di carattere aristotelico. Cfr.: Brunet I, 267.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Amadeus
2014-10-06 05:52:45
- [S.l., Italia?, s.n.t., XVI sec.], incisione in rame, mm. 117x73, rifilata lasciando un millimetro di margine dalla battuta del rame, su carta cinquecentesca. Reca il monogramma di Albrecht Dürer e la data (1509). Si tratta di una copia in controparte, di ottima fattura, d'una incisione della serie "Die Kupferstichpassion" di Dürer. Applicata su cartoncino moderno, con incollatura parziale, facilmente rimuovibile. Ottime condizioni. Abbiamo rintracciato una incisione analoga a Cremona, al Gabinetto delle Stampe del Museo Civico, anch'essa senza indicazione d'autore.
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc
2014-09-24 21:27:00
HERBARIUS LATINUS).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
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