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2020-08-03 04:35:03
1510. Justinus una cum L. Floro nuper castigatus, Impressum Florentiae, Opera atque imoensa Philippi de Giunta Florentini anno 1510, 8vo (cm. 15,4), 204 cc. (segue) De vita et moribus Imperatorum romanorum, excerpta ex libris Sexti Aurelii Victoris a Caesare Augusto usque ad Theodosium Imp. (segue) Eutropii historiae libri X (segue) Pauli Diaconi libri VIII ad Eutropii historiam additi, Florentiae, Opera & sumptu Philippi Iuntae 1517, 126 cc. (di 128, manca la carta 121 e la carta finale). Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena con titolo su tassello dipinto al dorso, tagli rossi. Legatura leggermente allentata con rinforzo ai margini interni del primo quaderno. Due timbri di biblioteca estinta (uno al frontespizio, l'altro alla carta 98), scritte di antica mano. La prima parte del volume è formata dalla prima edizione giuntina di Giustino e Floro, con un'epistola del curatore Mariano Tucci ad Andrea Marsuppini. Dopo di questa è legata la seconda parte di una miscellanea storica romana di Victor, Eutropio e Diacono. Condizioni di conservazione come da foto.
Bookseller: ITINERAonLINE (duccio3787) [siena, Italy]
2020-07-25 11:17:03
ARS MORIENDI.)
Nuremberg: J. Weissenburger, [1510]. Octavo (159 x 123 mm). Modern green morocco, spine lettered in gilt, boards single ruled in blind, edges green. Housed in a custom-made green slipcase. Engraved bookplate of Catherine Macdonald to pastedown. Minor toning, cut close at foot with loss of portions of decorative borders, a very good copy. With 14 woodcuts (the first repeated). First of three Latin editions printed by Weissenburger. The book derives from the Tractatus (or Speculum) artis bene moriendi, composed in 1415 by an anonymous Dominican friar, probably at the request of the Council of Constance. Owing to its popularity, a shorter version of Ars Moriendi was taken from the second chapter, dealing with the five temptations that beset a dying man (lack of faith, despair, impatience, spiritual pride, and avarice), and how to avoid them. This version was published as a block book around 1450 in the Netherlands, and it was among the first books printed with movable type. It continued to be popular into the 16th century. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2020-07-23 23:31:02
BOEMUS (BÖHM), Johannes.
[6], LXXXI, [1] ll.First edition of a pioneering and highly influential foundational work of anthropology that went through almost fifty editions in 100 years and was widely read throughout Western Europe. Written by the "father of scientific ethnography" (NDB), who based his information on several sources from antiquity, as he indicates in the title. It is the first printed compendium of the religion, laws and customs of the peoples of Africa, Asia and Europe. The chapters are classified by region, including Egypt, Assyria, Persia, India, Russia and Ethiopia. The part on India stands out among the rest because of the addition of new information drawn from recent explorations by Ludovico di Varthema, first published in 1510 (just ten years earlier).Although the many later editions of this foundation stone of anthropology are widely available, the present first edition is very rare on the market. It is also remarkable typographically, with the largest series of ornamented roman initials (A, C, D, M and P) absolutely stunning: Grimm and Wirsung appear to have introduced it in 1518. The two sets of roman titling capitals are also well-made. Grimm and Wirsum had introduced the largest, certainly movable type but perhaps cut in wood, in 1518. It may be the fourth series of large titling capitals used north of the Alps (after one used by Ratdoldt and two probably cut by Peter Schoeffer the younger).Near contemporary owner's inscription in ink on the title-page "... Fulginei". Stains on the title-page due to a removed label and an attempt to erase a stamp. A few leaves browned, th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 08:14:02
GALENUS (GALEN), Claudius.
[4], “147” [=148] ll.; 114, [5], [1 blank] pp.Ad 1: very rare first edition of Struthius critical translation, of Galen's Astrologiae ad aphrodisium (i.e. Prognostica de decubitu infirmorum) and De urinus. Josephys Strutius (1510-1568) was one of the most famous physicians of the Renaissance. "During his studies, Struthius began translating the works of Galen and Hippocrates, and among many he translated from Greek to Latin was Galen's 'Astrologia ad Aphrodisium'. At the request of the professors of Padua University, Struthius's translation was published. ... Struthius's critical sense, which had a crucial effect on further studies, is best described by the following opinion: "[...] He refers to Galen as an Arab refers to his steed with which he travels through the desert. He judges him, loves him; however, he knows how to use the bridle and say: No, this is the wrong way." This criticism is particularly evident in the rejection of many types of pulse which are distinguished by Galen and Avicenna, and which were not confirmed in Struthius's practical observations" ( Grzybowski et al.).Ad 2: first Latin edition of a byzantine anatomical and physiological treatise based on Galen's De usu partium corporis humani, with extracts from Hippocrates (Boqrat) as well as a treatise on purgatives. Translated by Giunto Paolo Crasso. This relatively minor work is one of the relatively few surviving Byzantine medical treatises, and apparently the only surviving published medical treatise by this author.The binding a bit wrinkled. With an occasional manuscript annotation and some minor spo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 06:12:10
POSTEL, Guilliaume.
[8], 127, [1 blank]; 57, [3 blank]; [8], 90 pp.Rare first edition of Postel's three-part work on the Ottoman Empire, introducing "French readers to the life of the Prophet, the history of Islam, the Arabic language, as well as the religion, laws, customs of the Ottoman Turks. ... It offers an unusually favourable account of Muslim manners and customs. While not wholly uncritical of the way of the Turks, he thought that they were better than Christians in the way that they arranged marriages and divorces, in their charity, in their provisions for education and in the decorous quiet of their prayers" (Irwin). Guilliaume Postel (1510-1581), the foremost expert on Arabic and Islam in Europe in his day, wrote the present work around 1539, after his voyage to the Ottoman Empire, accompanying the French ambassador sent by Francois I to Suleiman the Magnificent in Constantinople in 1535-1537. He did not publish it at the time and may have revised it after his voyage to the Holy Land in 1549.With early owner's inscription on title-page and two marginal annotations. Minor restorations to the gutter of the lower margins of the first four leaves, title-page slightly soiled, a few occasional stains and marginal thumbing, and a small corner torn off of one leaf, but still a good copy. Binding rebacked and restored, with scuff marks and a few wormholes.l Adams P2015; Göllner 1004; USCT 1282 (5 copies); cf. Atabey 977; Blackmer 1335; Irwin, For lust of knowing: the orientalists and their enemies (1996).
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-17 12:12:05
Plinius Secundus, Strabo
Venetiis: a Philipo pincio Mantuano, 1510. Plinius Secundus; Strabo: C. Plinii Secundi Historiae Natv. Lib XXXVII. Olim ab Alexandro Benedicto Castigati. Nvnc Autem ex collatione multorum exemplariorum diligentius RecognitiBeigebunden Strabo De Situ Orbis, Libri XVII, Datu Venetiis qnto Maias, Mccccxciiii (1510) Autor/en: Plinius Secundus; Strabo Titel: C. Plinii Secundi Historiae Natv. Lib XXXVII. Olim ab Alexandro Benedicto Castigati. Nvnc Autem ex collatione multorum exemplariorum diligentius RecognitiBeigebunden Strabo De Situ Orbis, Libri XVII, Datu Venetiis qnto Maias, Mccccxciiii (1510) Bände: Plinius: Alle 37 Bücher. Strabo: Alle 17 Bücher Verlag: a Philipo pincio Mantuano Ort: Venetiis Jahr: 1510, 1516 Einband: Orig. Schweinsledereinband mit 1 intakter Schließe. Zustand: Vord Gelenk gebrochen. Guter Zustand. Seitenzahl: 245, 150 Seiten Format: 33x23 cm Bilder/Abb.: Strabo mit Titelholzschnitt. Bemerkung: Plinius: Viele Marginalien von alter Hand Suchbegriffe: Alexandro, Angebot, Autem, Beigebunden, Benedicto, Castigati, Datu, Hand, Historiae, Lib, Libri, Maias, Mantuano, Marginalien, Mccccxciiii, Natv, Nvnc, Olim, Orbis, Philipo, Plinii, Plinius, Rarissima, Recogniti, Secundi, Secundus, Situ, Strabo, Venetiis, Viele, XVII, XXXVII, KK00213958, INTKK00213958, 2020-03, RR 900030 dewabit.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücherwurm (antiquariat_buecherwurm_kiel) [Knooper Weg 144, Kiel, Germany]
2020-07-08 01:57:47
Biel, Gabriel; Steinbach, Wendelinus, editor
Hagenau: Henrici Gran for Joannis Rynman, 1510. Hagenau: Henrici Gran for Joannis Rynman. Good with no dust jacket. 1510. Hardcover. [10] 166, [2], 169-293 ff (including last blank, as is normal). Published June 1510. A thick octavo bound with contemporary stamped pigskin spine over wooden boards, the boards are half pigskin and half burnished wood. Old hand-lettered spine title. With both original clasps (non-working). Contains two Sermones Medicinales, or Plague Sermons: Contra Pestilentiam, and De Fuga Pestis on Folios 144-152. Text printed in a gothic typeface in two columns throughout. Pagination (by folios) is continuous throughout. The De Tempore and the De festivitatibus Cristi are usually separated by another set of sermons but this time, they were obviously printed deliberately together and bound as such - not in WorldCat in this form. A beautiful post-incunable edition of Biel's famous sermons, including the two on the plague. Condition is good. Binding is strong and handsome. Interior has various bibliographic notes, as well as bookplate from the Oblates of St. Charles (at St. Mary Catholic Church, Bayswater, England) and stamps from a library monastery in Wetterau, possibly the Abbey Arnsburg which had a large collection of books up to the late 1700s. There is a clipping from the Collection a vendre de monumens typographiques, Heinemann, MDCCCXL, no. 606a and 607b referring to the two parts of the book. There is an inscription on the first blank in an early hand that I can't read and another on the back leaf in a different hand. Some margina … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Leaf and Stone Books (nee Greekdrama) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2020-07-01 09:06:16
Refugiu Ad vocatoru Contenta in hoc opusculo
1510. Cover neu, Innen original
Bookseller: schlrita [Germany]
2020-06-26 16:57:04
BIRGITTA, Saint, of Sweden c 1303-1373
[Rome]: [M. Silber], 1510. Vellum over boards. Beautifully illustrated, these celebrated prayers revealed by Jesus to the patron saint of Sweden - the so-called Fifteen O's - circulated broadly in manuscript and had dozens of independent printings in various versions by 1520, nearly all known in a handful of examples.  That offered here has particularly elegant unshaded woodcuts. The smaller introduces the final, pseudo-Augustine, prayer for troubled times, while the large title block advertises the main contents.  Saint Birgitta, or Bridget, founded the Order of the Most Holy Savior in 1346 after twenty-eight years of married life and raising eight children. She devoted herself to reforming the Church and denounced the abuses of secular and sacred authorities. Having grown up at the Swedish royal court, she advised princes, kings and popes on "most of the burning political and religious questions of her time" (Butler's Lives of the Saints) and, at the end of her life, made an arduous pilgrimage to the Holy Land, dying in Rome on her return. Four months after her burial, she was exhumed and was carried in a triumphal progress across Dalmatia, Austria and Poland to be laid to rest in the abbey she established at Vadstena (Sweden). In good condition. ¶Tinto, Gli annali tipografici Eucario e Marcello Silber 68; EDIT16 CNCE 48406.
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-06-26 00:27:05
ARS MORIENDI.)
Nuremberg: J. Weissenburger, [1510]. Octavo (159 x 123 mm). Modern green morocco, spine lettered in gilt, boards single ruled in blind, edges green. Housed in a custom-made green slipcase. Engraved bookplate of Catherine Macdonald to pastedown. Minor toning, cut close at foot with loss of portions of decorative borders, a very good copy. With 14 woodcuts (the first repeated). First of three Latin editions printed by Weissenburger. The book derives from the Tractatus (or Speculum) artis bene moriendi, composed in 1415 by an anonymous Dominican friar, probably at the request of the Council of Constance. Owing to its popularity, a shorter version of Ars Moriendi was taken from the second chapter, dealing with the five temptations that beset a dying man (lack of faith, despair, impatience, spiritual pride, and avarice), and how to avoid them. This version was published as a block book around 1450 in the Netherlands, and it was among the first books printed with movable type. It continued to be popular into the 16th century. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
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2020-06-15 22:41:06
Plinius Secundus; Strabo
Venetiis, a Philipo pincio Mantuano, 1510. Strabo mit Titelholzschnitt. 33x23 cm "Plinius: Alle 37 Bücher. Strabo: Alle 17 Bücher, 245, 150 Seiten, Plinius: Viele Marginalien von alter Hand Weitere Produktfotos erhalten Sie gerne auf Nachfrage! . " Orig. Schweinsledereinband mit 1 intakter Schließe. Vord Gelenk gebrochen. Guter Zustand.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücherwurm [Germany]
2020-06-15 09:52:12
SYMMACHUS, Quintus Aurelius.
Epistolae familiares. Including: ZACCHIA, Laudivius. ... in epistolas Turci magni traductio. (Colophon: Strasbourg, Johann Schott for Georg Übelin, 8 August 1510). 4to. 19th-century half calf, tiger marbled sides, tiger marbled paste-downs (rebacked, with original backstrip laid down). [56] ll. First dated edition of Epistolae familiares containing 343 letters by the Roman statesman and orator Quintus Aurelius Symmachus (ca. 345-402), addressed to a wide circle of relations, friends, and acquaintances and all written in a refined style. Although many of them are only short notes, together they provide a fascinating window into the late Roman senatorial aristocracy. The priority of the editions is uncertain, but what is often considered the first was published in Venice between 1503 and 1513.The main text is followed by a spurious collection of letters from and to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II (1432-1481), but actually written by the humanist Laudivius Zacchia. "The so-called Epistolae magni Turci begin with a letter from Mehmed ... to Zancassanus, 'King of Persia'. As in the rest of the collection, the exchange follows a set pattern: angry, menacing boasts from the sultan, followed by a reply from the threatened party, which parries the worst of the bluster and thus rhetorically disarms the Turk" (Meserve). The book, first published in 1473, was a success and reprinted numerous times well into the 17th-century, undoubtedly because many Europeans feared the advancing Ottoman Empire (the Battle of Mohács was to give the Ottomans a decisive victory in Hungary in 1526).The prese … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 09:52:12
PORCIA, Jacopo di (Jacobus PURLILLARUS).
De liberorum educatione. (Colophon: Strasbourg, Johannis Schot for Georg Übelin, 10 August 1510). 4to. With charming woodcut vignette at end showing a running hare between ornamental flowers. Later boards. [10] ll. Second edition of a rare Latin treatise on the education of children, published in Strasbourg by Johannes Schot at the expense of George Maxillus, alias Übelin, Councillor of the Bishop of Strasbourg. Di Porcia (1462-1538), an Italian humanist, first published the present work as De generosa librorum educatione, printed by Gerardus (de Lisa) de Flandria (Trevisio, 1492); a third edition appeared as part of Roscius's De docendi studendique mode ... in 1541. The book starts with a laudatory poem by Johannes Baptista Uranius and a letter by Purlillarus, followed by short chapters on birth, infant feeding, ancestors, servants, teachers, children's games, religion, games of adolescents, ecclesiastical and military careers, careers in the civil service, old age and death.With library stamp on back of title-page. Slightly foxed and thumbed. Spine damaged, hinges cracked. In good condition. BMC STC German, p. 712; Cat. incunables & livres XVIe s. Bibl. Municip. Strasbourg 1750; Ritter, Rép. des livres impr. en Alcace 1253; VD 16, P-4268.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-13 18:59:04
1510. With handcoloured initials in blue and red heightened with gold. With richly decorated borders. Not dated, date is an estimate. Weight (kg): 0,01 Height (cm): 19,8 Width (cm): 12,7 Thickness (cm): 0 , Illustrated 8VO Octavo 8vo
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Meuzelaar [Heusden, Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:06
SYMMACHUS, Quintus Aurelius.
Epistolae familiares. Including: ZACCHIA, Laudivius. ... in epistolas Turci magni traductio. (Colophon: Strasbourg, Johann Schott for Georg Übelin, 8 August 1510). 4to. 19th-century half calf, tiger marbled sides, tiger marbled paste-downs (rebacked, with original backstrip laid down). [56] ll. First dated edition of Epistolae familiares containing 343 letters by the Roman statesman and orator Quintus Aurelius Symmachus (ca. 345-402), addressed to a wide circle of relations, friends, and acquaintances and all written in a refined style. Although many of them are only short notes, together they provide a fascinating window into the late Roman senatorial aristocracy. The priority of the editions is uncertain, but what is often considered the first was published in Venice between 1503 and 1513.The main text is followed by a spurious collection of letters from and to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II (1432-1481), but actually written by the humanist Laudivius Zacchia. "The so-called Epistolae magni Turci begin with a letter from Mehmed ... to Zancassanus, 'King of Persia'. As in the rest of the collection, the exchange follows a set pattern: angry, menacing boasts from the sultan, followed by a reply from the threatened party, which parries the worst of the bluster and thus rhetorically disarms the Turk" (Meserve). The book, first published in 1473, was a success and reprinted numerous times well into the 17th-century, undoubtedly because many Europeans feared the advancing Ottoman Empire (the Battle of Mohács was to give the Ottomans a decisive victory in Hungary in 1526).The prese … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-08 10:46:18
1510. With handcoloured initials in blue and red heightened with gold. With richly decorated borders. Not dated, date is an estimate. Weight (kg): 0,01 Height (cm): 19,8 Width (cm): 12,7 Thickness (cm): 0 , Illustrated 8VO Octavo 8vo
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Meuzelaar [Netherlands]
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2020-06-06 19:45:54
Strabone (Strabon - Strabo)
a Philippo Pincio Mantuano Impressum, 1510. Folio (cm. 32), 16 cc.nn. (compreso frontespizio con grande xilografia raffigurante un Maestro con i discepoli), 150 cc. Numerosi raffinati capilettera xilografici. Splendida legatura d'origine in piena pelle con ricche impressioni a secco e nervi al ds. (minime abrasioni marginali e lacci di chiusura assenti). Titolo manoscritto in grandi caratteri al taglio laterale. Un'annotazione coeva sulla prima carta bianca e tracce di tarlo sulle carte di guardia. Esemplare con ampi margini e in stato di assoluta freschezza. Edizione molto rara e ricercata - di questo che è considerato il più ampio trattato geografico dell'antichità - pubblicata per cura di Antonio Mancinelli (come appare nella prefazione datata 1494). I primi dieci Libri sono tradotti da Guarino Veronese, i successivi sette da Gregorio Tifernate. Adams, S-1900; Br. Libr., p. 648
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [Italy]
2020-05-29 12:13:06
1510. Andrea CORVO [de Mirandola] : [L] Art de chyromace de excellent exercite & prouve maistre : Maistre Andry CORVU utile & necessaire à tous ceulx qui exerciter vouldrot lart de Cirurgie & de Medecine. Pource que la dicte science tracte de la complexion de plusieurs homes & pronostications des signes & caractères imprimées en nature es mains apparoissans traslatée de latin en fracoys par maistre Jehan de Verdellay selon la sentence de Aristote. Sans lieu ni date (Lyon, 1510 ?). Petit in-8 (145 x 95 mm) gothique, plein veau estampé usagé (frottements, 3 caissons du dos arrachés, coins émoussés, second plat faible), premier feuillet blanc manquant et celui de fin (contenant peut-être une marque d'imprimeur), titre en rouge et noir avec bordures, 91 ff. non chiffrés sign. A-B (8), C(4), D-G (8), I-M (7), 150 figures sur bois figurant les lignes et contours des mains. Brunet (tome 2, colonne 314 à l'article CORUM) indique 91 ff. et correspond sans doute à l'édition décrite de cet écrit extrêmement rare. Il semble exister deux autres éditions françaises de cet art de chyromance toutes avec signatures A-M8 : une imprimée à Lyon chez Jean de Vingle en 1510 de 92 ff., une seconde imprimée à Lyon chez Jacques Moderne en 1529 de 92 ff. mais qui se différencie de la précédente avec notamment le mot "Medicine" au lieu de médecine dans le titre. Andrea CORVO chiromancien italien né vers 1470, mort à Carpi, était parfois confondu avec Bartolomeo Della Roca ou Cocles (1467-1564) natif de Bologne son rival ; la chiromancie de Corvo ayant été souvent jointe à la physiognonie de Della Roc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LE PETIT GRIMOIRE Livres Anciens (loudnessfr) [Achun, France]
2020-05-16 09:42:25
LEFÈVRE D'ÉTAPLES, Jacques. c. 1460-1536
Cracow: Johann Haller, 1510. Gilt brown calf, central lozenge lettered with the author and imprint, spine and label gilt, all edges gilt. Bound with: LEFÈVRE D'ÉTAPLES, Jacques. c. 1460-1536.  introductiones in libros phisicorum. Cracow, J. Haller 1510. 4to. [ii], [8], [2 blank]p. Gothic type (heavily leaded), FULL-PAGE WHITE-LINE SCIENTIFIC WOODCUT COURSE SUMMARY, title woodcut as above (I). FIRST INDEPENDENT EDITIONS OF THESE ILLUSTRATED SCIENCE BOOKS. Grzegorz ze Stawiszyna (1481-1540) commissioned them for his lectures on Aristotle at Cracow University. No 16th-century Cracow printing of either work is held by a North American library.  Ad I: This outlines all eight Books of the Physica, defines difficult terms and clarifies complexities through dialog - Merchant, Explainer, Questioner and Laborer. THESE PARTS WERE READ ALOUD BY FIRST-YEAR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS (age 14/15). I have located three copies (Cracow, Paris, Uppsala). Crisp, thick paper (single worm hole), Bechtel bookplate. ¶Lohr, Latin Aristotle Commentaries II: 139,8; Lefèvre d'Étaples, The Prefatory Epistles ed. Rice XXX; Massebieau, "Une Acquisition de la Bibliothèque du Musée Pédagogique" in Revue Pédagogique N.S. 6 (1885) 414-32; see Stillwell, The Awakening Interest in Science 770.  Ad II: To be committed to memory, the Introduction is supported by Belgian Humanist Josse Clichtove's observations. Stawiszyna's preface lauds the work's utility and concision. I have located four copies (Cracow, Paris, Uppsala, Oxford). In good condition (worm hole, top edge trimmed close). … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-09 11:46:05
Venedig: 1510. Sie bieten auf eine überaus gut erhaltene und vollständige frühe Ausgabe der Pauluskommentare des heiligen Thomas von Aquin: Super epistolas Sancti Pauli commentaria preclarissima Überaus seltenes und insgesamt sehr sauberes Exemplar - nur sehr selten etwas fingerfleckig und wasserrandig. 12 Blatt, 261 Seiten und 1 Blatt mir der großen Holzschnittdruckermarke. 12-zeiliger Holzschnitt-Portraitinitiale sowie zahlreichen weiteren Holzschnitt-Initialen. 30,5 x 21 cm. Blindgeprägter verzierter Schweinslederband mit sechs echten Bünden, ohne Schließen Kontaktieren Sie uns über unsere Fachseite bibeldrucke Austria und erhalten Sie genaue Informationen und Sonderkonditionen zu allen unseren Bibeln und Drucken! Das Buch ist frei von Rechten Dritter und in meinem Eigentum. Es wurde mit dem Lost Art Register abgeglichen! Dear customer! As I am collecting bibles for ages I am interested to give clear descriptions. If you need more photos or information on the bibles don't hesitate to ask. As a private seller I can't send an invoice beyond the eBay invoices. However, there is always the chance to give back the item within 14 days if you don't like your bible. International bidders welcome! Shipping to Austria or Germany is 7 EUR, for EU countries it is 18 Euros. Please ask me for other countries. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: ike2012 [Ried im Innkreis, Austria]
2020-05-03 10:04:00
Lyon: Étienne Gueynard gen. Pinet, 1510. Überaus seltene und reich illustrierte Postille - in Satz und Aufmachung eher einem Stundenbuch gleichend. Der schöne Lyonneser Druck, den der Drucker Étienne Gueynard (ca. 1460-1530) undatiert wohl um 1510 druckte gehört zu den seltensten Drucken der "Postillae" überhaupt . Fol. CIV fehlt, Fol. XX mit großem Ausriss zu einem Drittel unten (Textverlust). Vereinzelte Wurmlöchlein, selten etwas braunfleckig, meist gut erhalten. Altes fliegendes Vorsatzblatt vorne mit interessanten zeitgenössischen Einträgen! 25 x 17 cm Ich habe das Buch mit und ohne Blitz fotografiert - die echte Helligkeit liegt etwa in der Mitte. Kontaktieren Sie uns über unsere Fachseite bibeldrucke Austria und erhalten Sie genaue Informationen zu allen unseren Bibeln und Drucken! Das Buch ist frei von Rechten Dritter und in meinem Eigentum. Es wurde mit dem Lost Art Register abgeglichen! Dear customer! As I am collecting bibles for ages I am interested to give clear descriptions. If you need more photos or information on the bibles don't hesitate to ask. As a private seller I can't send an invoice beyond the eBay invoices. However, there is always the chance to give back the item within 14 days if you don't like your bible. International bidders welcome! Shipping to Austria or Germany is 7 EUR, for EU countries it is 18 Euros. Please ask me for other countries. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: ike2012 [Ried im Innkreis, Austria]
2020-04-26 20:29:04
Johannes von Paltz):
Jmpressum Lyptzigk per Baccalaureu Martinu Lantzperg Herbipolensem.(Leipzig, Martin Landsberg) Anno 1510. Jmpressum Lyptzigk per Baccalaureu Martinu Lantzperg Herbipolensem.(Leipzig, Martin Landsberg) Anno 1510.. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt. 186 unnum. Bll., zweispaltig in 38 Zeilen gedruckt. Mit einigen roten Initialen. Dunkelblauer Maroquin des 19. Jhdts., mit Rücken-, Decken, Steh und Innenkantenverg., Goldschnitt, signiert von dem englischen Binder J. Faulkner. 22 x 16,5 cm. VD16 J 257; BM German 672; USTC 695034. - Der Theologe und Augustiner-Eremit.Johannes von Paltz (auch Johannes Jeuser, Geuser oder Johannes Greffenstein genannt; um 1445-1511) war 1505 bis 1506 der Lehrer Martin Luthers. Er wirkte u. a. als Ablassprediger, was seinem Konvent erhebliche Geldmittel einbrachte (und auch die Kritik Luthers); hier vorliegende wohl die zweite (erste 1504) Ausgabe des Supplements zum bereits 1490 erstmalig erschienenen Hauptwerks Coelifodina (Himmlische Fundgrube), einer Sammlung von Ablassprdeigten. Der schöne Titelholzschnitt zeigt vier in einem Turm sich mit Kanonen verteidigende Engel, die von Teufeln mit Hellebarden angegriffen werden. Zum Schluss die kleine Druckermarke des Martin Landsberg, die aus zwei schwarzen Wappenzusammengesetzt ist und sich leicht von der zu Beginn seiner Tätigkeit verwendeten unterscheidet (vgl. Fairfax Murray, German books, p. 516). - Aus der Bibliothek Hans Furstenberg. - Nur minimal berieben, sehr schönes und frisches Exemplar!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [München, Germany]
2020-04-03 07:36:25
Catullus, Gaius Valerius (ca. 84- ca. 54 B.C.); Tibullus (ca. 50- ca. 18 B.C.); Propertius, Sextus. (ca. 49- ca. 16 B.C.); Martial [Marcus Valerius Martialis] (c. 40 - ca. 104 A.D.)
Venice: Philippus Pincius (Filippo Pinzi), 1510. A CATULLUS INCUNABLE BOUND WITH THE FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF MARTIAL.. Folio: A wonderful sammelband, bound in contemporary, blind-tooled Italian half-calf and beveled wooden boards with some defects (lacking clasps, losses to leather at head and foot of spine and at extremities, loss to wood along leading edge of upper board, boards wormed) but still (and partly due to this) very pleasing. Manuscript waste visible in the gutters of the boards. Internally, these copies are wonderfully fresh and crisp with just minor cosmetic faults (in the first work: tiny wormholes in the first few signatures and elsewhere as a short trail in the inner blank margins, sometimes touching the text but only slightly occ. marginal stains. In the second work: a few other insignificant wormholes and minor staining in the lower margin.) Both are broad-margined copies. THE FIRST ILLUSTRTED EDITION OF MARTIAL:The book is illustrated with 15 woodcuts, beginning with a scene showing five seated figures writing, the central three identified as Martial and his commentators Domizio Calderini (1447-1478) and Giorgio Merula (ca. 1430-1494). The text proper is illustrated by 15 woodcuts, one for each of the 14 books of epigrams, and an additional woodcut in Bk. V. Each woodcut illustrates a scene from the book that it introduces. The first woodcut shows the Colosseum; the third shows the Etruscan haruspex preparing a sacrifice, the eleventh shows Priscus (with his Mollosian hounds) accepting a book of poetry from Martial, etc.THE 1491 CATULLUS:Printed by … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Liber Antiquus [United States]
2020-03-23 13:40:07
(Johannes von Paltz)
Jmpressum Lyptzigk per Baccalaureu Martinu Lantzperg Herbipolense, 1510. Artikeldetails Supplementu(m) Celifodine denuo pressum elimatum:at(que) ubi truncatum prius habebatur, supplemento acutissime integratum, diligenterque ex archetypo emendatum. (Johannes von Paltz): Jmpressum Lyptzigk per Baccalaureu Martinu Lantzperg Herbipolensem.(Leipzig, Martin Landsberg) Anno 1510. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt. 186 unnum. Bll., zweispaltig in 38 Zeilen gedruckt. Mit einigen roten Initialen. Dunkelblauer Maroquin des 19. Jhdts., mit Rücken-, Decken, Steh und Innenkantenverg., Goldschnitt, signiert von dem englischen Binder J. Faulkner. 22 x 16,5 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 25263 Bemerkungen: VD16 J 257; BM German 672; USTC 695034. - Der Theologe und Augustiner-Eremit.Johannes von Paltz (auch Johannes Jeuser, Geuser oder Johannes Greffenstein genannt; um 1445-1511) war 1505 bis 1506 der Lehrer Martin Luthers. Er wirkte u. a. als Ablassprediger, was seinem Konvent erhebliche Geldmittel einbrachte (und auch die Kritik Luthers); hier vorliegende wohl die zweite (erste 1504) Ausgabe des Supplements zum bereits 1490 erstmalig erschienenen Hauptwerks Coelifodina (Himmlische Fundgrube), einer Sammlung von Ablassprdeigten. Der schöne Titelholzschnitt zeigt vier in einem Turm sich mit Kanonen verteidigende Engel, die von Teufeln mit Hellebarden angegriffen werden. Zum Schluss die kleine Druckermarke des Martin Landsberg, die aus zwei schwarzen Wappenzusammengesetzt ist und sich leicht von der zu Beginn seiner Tätigkeit verwendeten unterscheidet (vgl. Fairfax Murray, German books, p. 51 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2020-03-17 15:47:11
Guigo de Castro
Basel, J. Amerbach (Froben und Petri) für die Kartause St. Johannes Baptist Freiburg, 15. I. 1510. 261 Bl. (ohne weißes D6), 50 num. Bl.. Mit 5 großen (3 blattgroßen) und 33 kl. Holzschnitten (Porträts) von Urs Graf (?) rubriziert und mit eingemalten Initialen, alternierend in Rot und Blau. 2. Brauner Maroquinband des 18. Jhdts mit dreifachen Goldfileten an den Deckeln, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung, Rückentitel und reicher -vergoldung sowie dreiseitigem Goldschnitt. VD16 G 4071 Adams G 1559 Panzer VI, 186, 84 Buchberger I, 1812, Die Auflage war nicht für den allgmeinen Verkauf gedacht, sondern den Mitgliedern des Ordens vorbehalten. Das Werk beruht auf mündlichen Überlieferungen der Ordenssatzungen des Guigo (um 1083-1337 5. General-Prior der Kartäuser) und wurde von Georg Reisch, Prior der Karthause in Freiburg i. Br., in Auftrag gegeben die hier erstmals gedruckten Satzungen (Consuetudines Cartusiae) sind cum grano salis heute noch maßgebend für diesen Einsiedlerorden (in der Fassung des Generalpriors Le Masson von 1688) bis 1507, also unmittelbar vor der Entstehung vorliegender Statuta, sind Kartäusergründungen von 230 Männer- und 17 Frauenklöstern bekannt waren (vgl. RGG III, 639). Die Gesamtauflage der Statuta, die ja nur für den Dienstgebrauch bestimmt waren, dürfte wenig höher als deren Anzahl gewesen sein. Ecken und Kanten etwas berieben Deckel mit schwachen Schabspuren Hinterdeckel etwas verfärbt bzw. gering fleckig einige kleinere Feuchtigkeitsflecken zu Beginn und Ende die eingemalten Initialen (zwei- oder sechszeilig) teils mit gebräuntem Abklatsch die g … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Germany]
2020-03-12 09:38:10
1510. Bell' esemplare in una legatura adattata in pergamena molle coeva. EPISTOLAE. Doctissime & illustrium Virorum epistole: quas rogatus Politianus in ordinem redegit... (Colophon:) Hoc opus diligenter impressum est Parrhisiis per Thomam Kees wesaliens... Impensis honestissimi viri Dionysii Roce... S.d. (circa 1510). In-4°, pergamena molle coeva. (8), XCLX ff., 1 f. bianco. Grande insegna tipografica incisa in legno nel frontespizio, titolo in carattere gotico stampato in rosso e nero, testo pure in car. gotico con grandi iniziali in nero. Bell' esemplare in una legatura adattata. Rarissima edizione registrata da taluni quale incunabolo, ma più probabilmente apparsa nella prima decade del Cinquecento. Brunet, II, 1023. H.C.+Add., 6661. G.W., VIII, 56 (1507-11). I.G.I., II, p. 190. B.M.C., French books, p. 15 (c. 1510). Goff, E-99 (4 soli esemplari in U.S.A.).
Bookseller: Libri rari e antichi (libreriabrighenti) [Cinquanta, IT]
2020-03-11 18:33:21
Plinius Secundus; Strabo
a Philipo pincio Mantuano, 1510. 2. / RR 900030 / Plinius: Viele Marginalien von alter Hand Weitere Produktfotos erhalten Sie gerne auf Nachfrage! Strabo mit Titelholzschnitt. Plinius: Alle 37 Bücher. Strabo: Alle 17 Bücher / Zustand Vord Gelenk gebrochen. Guter Zustand.Seit 1982 Familienunternehmen in 2. Generation mit Ladengeschäft in Kiel. Weitere Produktfotos auf Nachfrage. Persönliche Beratung, ausgesuchte Ware, faire Preise.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücherwurm [Kiel, Germany]
2020-03-04 22:18:04
(Johannes von Paltz)
Jmpressum Lyptzigk per Baccalaureu Martinu Lantzpe, Martin Landsberg) Anno, 1510. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt. 186 unnum. Bll., zweispaltig in 38 Zeilen gedruckt. Mit einigen roten Initialen. Dunkelblauer Maroquin des 19. Jhdts., mit Rücken-, Decken, Steh und Innenkantenverg., Goldschnitt, signiert von dem englischen Binder J. Faulkner. 22 x 16,5 cm. VD16 J 257; BM German 672; USTC 695034. - Der Theologe und Augustiner-Eremit.Johannes von Paltz (auch Johannes Jeuser, Geuser oder Johannes Greffenstein genannt; um 1445-1511) war 1505 bis 1506 der Lehrer Martin Luthers. Er wirkte u. a. als Ablassprediger, was seinem Konvent erhebliche Geldmittel einbrachte (und auch die Kritik Luthers); hier vorliegende wohl die zweite (erste 1504) Ausgabe des Supplements zum bereits 1490 erstmalig erschienenen Hauptwerks Coelifodina (Himmlische Fundgrube), einer Sammlung von Ablassprdeigten. Der schöne Titelholzschnitt zeigt vier in einem Turm sich mit Kanonen verteidigende Engel, die von Teufeln mit Hellebarden angegriffen werden. Zum Schluss die kleine Druckermarke des Martin Landsberg, die aus zwei schwarzen Wappenzusammengesetzt ist und sich leicht von der zu Beginn seiner Tätigkeit verwendeten unterscheidet (vgl. Fairfax Murray, German books, p. 516). - Aus der Bibliothek Hans Furstenberg. - Nur minimal berieben, sehr schönes und frisches Exemplar! [6 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2020-02-23 14:59:10
Anonymous]
Venice, 1510. 8vo. in fours. Collation: A-Q4, COMPLETE. 64 ff. (some signatures written in contemporary MS, several erroneously, neat modern foliation in pencil). Paper size: 155 x 105. Watermarks: Northern Italy, ca. 1480-1520 (see below). Bound in late 18th century Italian sprinkled ochre boards, upper cover with title in MS. Text in Italian, and with the titles of several poems in Latin. Several types of Italian humanistic literae cursivae, all apparently by the same person (see images below), numerous corrections throughout. Fascinating Unknown Venetian Manuscript of Unpublished Sonnets and Love Letters, ca. 1510. An important discovery. Unknown manuscripts of unpublished Italian poetry, written in Venice during the age of Aldus Manutius, are rare in private ownership. The present manuscript contains 100 poetical compositions (sic) and merits considerable scholarly inquiry: certain sonnets and poems were extensively revised, showing authorial development; the handwriting is perfectly clear, in some instances modeled after contemporary Italian writing masters; and finally, the codex is preserved in remarkably fresh condition and is perfectly suitable for exhibition and intensive study. The manuscript consists mainly of sonnets in the style of Petrarch, several capitoli and strambotti, and includes many revisions, variants, and even cancellations, to which two intriguing love letters were added. The name of the author is unknown but his identity may yet be discovered, as he left a number of intriguing clues in the text, the most obvious one being the family name Colonna, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC [Lockhart, TX, U.S.A.]
2020-02-23 12:29:06
[Anonymous]
Venice, 1510. 8vo. in fours. Collation: A-Q4, COMPLETE. 64 ff. (some signatures written in contemporary MS, several erroneously, neat modern foliation in pencil). Paper size: 155 x 105. Watermarks: Northern Italy, ca. 1480-1520 (see below). Bound in late 18th century Italian sprinkled ochre boards, upper cover with title in MS. Text in Italian, and with the titles of several poems in Latin. Several types of Italian humanistic literae cursivae, all apparently by the same person (see images below), numerous corrections throughout. Fascinating Unknown Venetian Manuscript of Unpublished Sonnets and Love Letters, ca. 1510. An important discovery. Unknown manuscripts of unpublished Italian poetry, written in Venice during the age of Aldus Manutius, are rare in private ownership. The present manuscript contains 100 poetical compositions (sic) and merits considerable scholarly inquiry: certain sonnets and poems were extensively revised, showing authorial development; the handwriting is perfectly clear, in some instances modeled after contemporary Italian writing masters; and finally, the codex is preserved in remarkably fresh condition and is perfectly suitable for exhibition and intensive study. The manuscript consists mainly of sonnets in the style of Petrarch, several capitoli and strambotti, and includes many revisions, variants, and even cancellations, to which two intriguing love letters were added. The name of the author is unknown but his identity may yet be discovered, as he left a number of intriguing clues in the text, the most obvious one being the family name Colon … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC [United States]
2020-02-22 15:41:21
Lucas van Leyden (Leida 1494 - Leida 1533)
1510. Bulino misure: mm 113 x 70 Lucas Hugensz o Jacobsz, meglio conosciuto come Lucas van Leyden, fu incisore e pittore olandese attivo soprattutto a Leida. Sin da giovane mostra una notevole predisposizione per la tecnica incisoria e realizza bulini, acqueforti e xilografie approfondendo diversi temi come la religione, la mitologia e scene di vita popolare. Attraverso il corpus delle opere incisorie è possibile conoscere la sua vita, i suoi spostamenti e datare alcuni dipinti. Nonostante la morte prematura è considerato un artista straordinario; importante esponente olandese del genere pittorico ed elegante incisore. Il soggetto fa parte della serie Cristo, San Paolo e i dodici Apostoli, composta da quattordici bulini databili al 1510. Impressione eccellente, dai ricchi toni chiaroscurali. Esemplare rifilato lungo la battuta del rame, monogrammato in lastra in basso a sinistra; minimi restauri ai soli angoli superiori, per il resto ottimo stato di conservazione. Sull'antico supporto timbro di collezione: James, J. Burleigh L. 1425. Bibliografia: New Hollstein, 87; Bartsch VII.387.87.
Bookseller: Il Bulino Antiche Stampe s.r.l. [Italy]
2020-02-10 14:38:04
Geiler von Kaysersberg, Johannes, & Beatus Rhenanus
[Strassburg: 1510.]. First edition, 4to, collating 1-28 34 A4 B-C8 D4 E-F8 G4 H-I8 K4 L8 M4 N-O8 P4 Q8 R4 S-T8 U-X4 Y8 Z4 Aa4 Bb8 Cc4 Dd8 Ee-Ff4 Gg8 Kk8 Ll4 Mm4 Nn-Oo8 Pp-Qq4 Rr-Ss8, [284] leaves (complete), but with 8 leaves misbound, i.e. 2 leaves misbound in the second gathering; C4 and C5 misbound in gathering E; O7 and O8 bound out of order; Hh8 bound in before Dd1; and Ii4 bound before Gg1; woodcut on title page of a ship with three passengers and a rower; large woodcut of a jester and a man upside down in a cart on the verso of the last leaf of the index - both images based on Sebastian Brandt's Narrenschiff, some of which have been attributed to Durer by some, to Burgkmeier by others. 19th century Mexican calf, gilt rule on covers, spine in 6 compartments, red and brown leather labels in 3, top edge stained red, floral endpapers; upper joint cracked, cords holding; small worm tracks neatly repaired with japanese tissue in the first ten leaves (very minor losses), some leaves strengthened in the gutter margin, and other small repairs, old marginal annotations, occasional dampstains; a large copy (20.5 x 15 cm). Geiler (1445-1510), the Strasburg preacher, was "a widely read man not only in theology, but also in the secular literature of the day. This is shown by the sermons having Sebastian Brandt's 'Ship of Fools,' which appeared in 1494, for their theme; these sermons attained the greatest popularity. Geiler displayed, also, exceptional facility in using public events to attract and hold the attention of his hearers" (Catholic Encyclopedia). The Navicula consists of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (rulonmillerbooks) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2020-02-05 23:00:19
Lucas van Leyden (Leida 1494 - Leida 1533)
1510. Bulino misure: mm 115 x 70 Lucas Hugensz o Jacobsz, meglio conosciuto come Lucas van Leyden, fu incisore e pittore olandese attivo soprattutto a Leida. Sin da giovane mostra una notevole predisposizione per la tecnica incisoria e realizza bulini, acqueforti e xilografie approfondendo diversi temi come la religione, la mitologia e scene di vita popolare. Attraverso il corpus delle opere incisorie è possibile conoscere la sua vita, i suoi spostamenti e datare alcuni dipinti. Nonostante la morte prematura è considerato un artista straordinario; importante esponente olandese del genere pittorico ed elegante incisore. Il soggetto fa parte della serie "Cristo, San Paolo e i dodici Apostoli" composta da quattordici bulini databili al 1510. Impressione eccellente, dai ricchi toni chiaroscurali. Esemplare rifilato lungo la battuta del rame, monogrammato in lastra in alto a destra, minimi restauri ai soli angoli superiori, per il resto ottimo stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: New Hollstein, 87; Bartsch VII.387.87
Bookseller: Il Bulino Antiche Stampe s.r.l. [Italy]
2020-01-25 21:21:36
1510. Andrea CORVO [de Mirandola] : [L] Art de chyromace de excellent exercite & prouve maistre : Maistre Andry CORVU utile & necessaire à tous ceulx qui exerciter vouldrot lart de Cirurgie & de Medecine. Pource que la dicte science tracte de la complexion de plusieurs homes & pronostications des signes & caractères imprimées en nature es mains apparoissans traslatée de latin en fracoys par maistre Jehan de Verdellay selon la sentence de Aristote. Sans lieu ni date (Lyon, 1510 ?). Petit in-8 (145 x 95 mm) gothique, plein veau estampé usagé (frottements, 3 caissons du dos arrachés, coins émoussés, second plat faible), premier feuillet blanc manquant et celui de fin (contenant peut-être une marque d'imprimeur), titre en rouge et noir avec bordures, 91 ff. non chiffrés sign. A-B (8), C(4), D-G (8), I-M (7), 150 figures sur bois figurant les lignes et contours des mains. Brunet (tome 2, colonne 314 à l'article CORUM) indique 91 ff. et correspond sans doute à l'édition décrite de cet écrit extrêmement rare. Il semble exister deux autres éditions françaises de cet art de chyromance toutes avec signatures A-M8 : une imprimée à Lyon chez Jean de Vingle en 1510 de 92 ff., une seconde imprimée à Lyon chez Jacques Moderne en 1529 de 92 ff. mais qui se différencie de la précédente avec notamment le mot "Medicine" au lieu de médecine dans le titre. Andrea CORVO chiromancien italien né vers 1470, mort à Carpi, était parfois confondu avec Bartolomeo Della Roca ou Cocles (1467-1564) natif de Bologne son rival ; la chiromancie de Corvo ayant été souvent jointe à la physiognonie de Della Roc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LE PETIT GRIMOIRE Livres Anciens (loudnessfr) [Achun, FR]
2020-01-22 22:50:07
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
Bulino, 1510 circa, non datato, monogrammato in lastra in basso a destra con il simbolo di Dürer. Da una xilografia di Albrecht Dürer. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'opera è una fedele traduzione a bulino di una xilografia del Dürer, intagliata intorno al 1503-1504. In primo piano, sullo sfondo di un paesaggio, la Vergine, seduta, allatta Gesù Bambino. Dietro di loro, sono S. Giuseppe e cinque angeli alati. In alto, una colomba a simboleggiare lo Spirito Santo, e Dio Padre che reca nella sinistra il globo sormontato dalla croce. Non comune. Sconosciuto timbro di collezione al verso. "Engraving, 1510 circa, no dated, inscribed on plate with the monogram ""AD"" on a tablet at lower right. After a woodcut c.1503-4 by Albrecht Dürer. A good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed on the marginal line, in good condition. The work is an engraved copy of a woodcut by Albrecht Dürer. In a landscape, the seated Virgin is breast-feeding the Child with St Joseph standing behind on the right, accompanied by five angels. Above, a dove symbolizing the Holy Spirit, and God the Father who holds in his left the orb surmounted by the cross, symbolic of God's dominion over all the earth. Unkommon. Unkwown collecotor's mark." Bartsch XIV, p. 408 n. 639.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-20 19:43:08
Lucas CRANACH "Il Vecchio" (Kronach 1472 - Weimar 1553)
"Xilografia, circa 1510/15, firmata in tavola in alto a sinistra. Della serie I Martiri dei Dodici Apostoli. Esemplare privo del testo al verso, che appare nelle prove inserite nel ""as Symbolum der Heiligen Aposteln"" di Martin Lutero, pubblicato a Wittenberg da Georg Rhau nel 1548. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, completa della linea marginale e con sottili margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. La leggenda vuole che Pietro venisse per suo volere crocifisso a testa in giù a Roma, sul Gianicolo; l'iconografia solitamente, come in questo caso, coglie il momento in cui i soldati elevano la croce con sopra San Pietro, alla presenza di numerosi testimoni. Stilisticamente l'opera denota l'influenza della pittura italiana; il gruppo di figure in primo piano è fortemente inserito nel paesaggio. Bellissimo esemplare." "Woodcut, 1510/15 circa, signed on upper left. St Peter; being crucified, head downwards; with the two Saxon shields in upper left corner. Example without text in the back, as from Martin Luther, ""Das Symbolum der Heiligen Aposteln"" Wittenberg, Georg Rhau, 1548. From the series The Martyrdom of the Twelve Apostles. Magnificent work, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark, with marginal line and thin external margins, in excellent condition. The legend says St. Peter was crucified, according to his own will, with the head upside down, on the mount Gianicolo in Rome; classic iconography, as in this case, depicts the moment when the soldiers lift the cross with St. Peter in front of those present. Stylistically, t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-19 20:07:11
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
Bulino, circa 1510, privo di firma. Esemplare con l'indirizzo di Antonio Salamanca. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana dello "scudo", con sottili margini, piccola ossidazione all'angolo inferiore destro, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Il Bartsch descrive l'opera tra i lavori del Raimondi mentre il Passavant tra quelli della scuola. Molto rara. Bibliografia: Bartsch vol. XIV, 356; Passavant vol. 6, p. 92, 140. Dimensioni 220x300.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-18 19:48:11
1510. Formularium instrumentorum, nouiter correctum et emendatum. Roma, in Campoflore per Marcellum Silber alias Frank 1510 Bello e raro post incunabolo per notai: Formularium instrumentorum, nouiter correctum et emendatum. Stampato a Roma, in Campoflore per Marcellum Silber alias Frank nel 1510. Rarissima edizione di libro di giuridica - notariato - giurisprudenza. L'unica copia in Italia che ho trovato è nella Biblioteca Vaticana. Provenienza: collezione privata. Restauro alla prima carta, rinforzo parte interna della seconda, piccola mancanza parte bianca di una decina di carte, gora nell'indice iniziale e nella parte centrale di alcune carte,, la parte esterna delle prime carte leggermente più debole, qualche altro piccolo difetto, ma nel complesso buona copia di libro di notariato rarissimo. Legatura in mezza pergamena con piatti realizzati in carta remondiniana della fine del XVIII secolo. Pagine: 8 carte + CXCVII (197 carte) + 1. Completo. Misura: cm 21 x cm 13,5 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Grazie per aver visionato la pagina. Potrai trovare altri interessanti libri sotto aceccob . La spedizione verra' effettuata tramite posta raccomandata, pacco celere 1 o pacco celere 3, a seconda dell'importo del libro. E' esclusa la spedizione per posta prioritaria non rintracciabile sul sito delle Poste Italiane.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Colazingari (aceccob) [Roma, IT]
2020-01-18 16:09:10
PLUTARCHUS PLUTARCO
1510. [POST INCUNABOLO RARO] (cm .21) Bella piena pergamena recente con nervi esterni. -CC.56 nn., titolo entro bella bordura architettonica decorata in xilografia. Carattere rotondo, spazi bianchi con letterina guida. Opera veramente molto rara; il CENSUS ICCU registra solo 7 copie nelle biblioteche italiane. Prima edizione della traduzione dal greco ad opera di Guillielmo Budeo Parigino.Buon restauro all'estremo margine bianco di molte carte all'inizio che solo alla prima, intacca l'angolo della cornice, altrimenti esemplare molto bello, nitido e ben marginato, con alcune chiose coeve ai lati. Sander 5779; * ASCARELLI "ANNALI DI G. MAZZOCCHI" N°26 * ASCARELLI "CINQUECENTINE ROMANE" 234; * GRAESSE V 362. Manca ad Adams, al Bm. stc. e a molta bibliografia consultata.
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, Italy]
2020-01-18 08:37:53
NICOLETTO da Modena (Attivo a Ferrara dal 1490 - 1525)
"Bulino, 1510 circa, firmato in lastra con il monogramma "N. O.", nel nastro verso il basso. Nei due nastri in alto, sormontati da due aquile, le parole "VICTORIA" e "AUGUSTA". Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata ai margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Questo fregio ornamentale che reca in alto le parole ""VICTORIA AUGUSTA"" (la vittoria augustea), sembra illustrare la rifioritura delle arti resa possibile dall'avvento della pace. Questo tema e la scritta richiamano in modo specifico la famosa ""Pax Augusta"", la pace di Augusto, a cui si fa allusione anche in un altro dei pannelli grotteschi di Nicoletto (H. 107) recante le iscrizioni ""VICTORIA AUGUSTI"", ""SPES PUBLICA"" (speranza della gente) e ""PAX AETERN (pace eterna). Nella nostra stampa la lira di Apollo, dio delle arti, è giustapposta con strumenti più rustici, la cornamusa e flauti di fauni e satiri Le scene inserite raffigurano argomenti correlati: la storia di Apollo e Dafne, Pan con le sue pipe e lo scuoiamento di Marsia dopo la sua sconfitta da parte di Apollo in un concorso musicale. Appartiene a una serie di quattro pannelli ornamentali che probabilmente era stata pensata per ricordare la storia di Roma Il giudizio di Paride, nel primo pannello, era il preludio alla guerra di Troia, che portò alla fuga di Enea e, in definitiva, alla fondazione di Roma. Il secondo e il terzo pannello, che trattano le guerre vittoriose, possono alludere alla creazione dell'Impero Romano, che fu infine consolidato grazie alla Pax Augusta. La finezza della della tecnica e il tipo di ornamento suggerisco … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-18 05:21:49
Bellissimo esemplare. HEURES à l' usage de Rome. (Paris), Simon Vostre, circa 1510. (fol. a1:) Hore beate Marie Virginis, secundum usum Romanum, ad longum, absque aliquo recursu, cum illius Miraculis, et figuris Apocalipsis et biblianis, una cum Triumphis Cesaris. (Al verso:) Almanach pour 1510-1530. (fol. i 7, verso:) l' Envelissement de Notre Seigneur, (fol. i 8:), S' ensuyt la table de ces presentes Heures, (fol. i 8 verso: l' elenco delle materie dell' indice termina:) Les heures de la Conception Notre Dame. In-8°, piena pelle coeva, dorso a nervi, piani con riquadri a secco. (140) ff. in 18 quaderni segnati: a - c per 8, d per 4, e-p per 8, e a, e, i per 8. Car. gotico, iniziali colorate e dorate, 21 linee. Testo inquadrato entro bordura illustrata, con 21 bellissime silografie a piena pagina. Bell' esemplare STAMPATO su PERGAMENA. Brunet, V, 1592 (n° 85). Lacombe, Livres d' heures, 213. Bohatta, 920). Van Praet, Cat. des ouvrages imprimes sur vélin, a, p. 108, n° 128. Uff. Mob. 3 bandi.
Bookseller: Libri rari e antichi (libreriabrighenti) [Cinquanta, IT]
2020-01-16 15:03:38
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
Bulino, 1510 circa, non datato né siglato. In alto a sinistra, entro nastro, l'iscrizione CURTIUS. Primo stato di due, avanti l'indirizzo di Antonio Salamanca. Della serie "Quattro Cavalieri Romani". Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con filigrana "cerchio con tre stelle a sei punte", rifilata alla linea marginale, una piega di carta in alto a sinistra, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'incisione appartiene a una serie di quattro nota come "Cavalieri" o "Quattro Cavalieri Romani", disegnata e incisa da Marcantonio Raimondi. Fu Delaborde per primo a individuare in Marcantonio l'autore anche dei disegni della serie, opinione che non fu unanimemente accettata: Hirth propose il nome di Baldassarre Peruzzi e Fiocco quello di Jacopo Ripanda. Circa la realizzazione delle incisioni, Bartsch, Passavant e Delaborde propendono per una datazione precoce considerando la serie tra le prime prove del Raimondi, e comunque prima del soggiorno romano; la Jebens ne precisa la datazione al 1506, sulla base delle analogie formali con "Amore e i tre putti", datata 18 settembre 1506. Per Hirth e Fiocco furono eseguite all'inizio del soggiorno romano, quando Raimondi entrò in contatto con artisti quali il Peruzzi e il Ripanda. La paternità delle composizioni spetta senza dubbio a Raimondi e a corroborare questa ipotesi è sia il linguaggio tecnico-grafico (si possono cogliere analogie con "Venere inginocchiata") sia il tipo di cultura archeologica, che evidentemente si richiama a modelli antichi finora non identificati. Il Curzio è molto simile al Guerriero romano (ca. 15 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-16 13:17:12
FOTO NELLA DESCRIZIONE OGGETTO. CATALOGO COMPLETO SU WWW.COPERNICUM.IT. 1510 - Capha-Soncino, Dialogo de misser Sancto Gregorio papa Capha-Soncino 1510, Piero de Capha a nome di Hieronymo Soncino Descrizione Dialogo de misser Sancto Gregorio papa Nel Colopphon: Impresso in Pesaro per Piero de Capha a nome di Hieronymo Soncino, adi 15 de Luio 1510 In 8°. Numerate le carte: (8), 180 [i.e. 179], (1), Nella numerazione è omessa la pag. 153. Marca tip. del Capha sul front.: Scudo tripartito con aquila coronata e leone rampante in alto, giogo spezzato in basso. Sotto lo scudo: Io. Sfo.(Esse rovesciata) In cornice. Motto: Patria recepta. Rilegatura coeva in tutta pelle rigida impressa ai piatti e al dorso. Dorso con nervi. Qualche raro e sparso ingiallimento della carta. Rarissima cinquecentima in BUONE condizioni. Pietro Capha; Piero de Capha; Petrus Capha: Tipografo attivo a Pesaro e a Rimini. N. a Capodistria, lavorò a Venezia come fonditore di caratteri nell'officina di Aldo Manuzio il vecchio; nel 1510 era a Pesaro presso Girolamo Soncino, che fu l'editore di quasi tutte le sue stampe (tranne alcune, edite da Niccolò Zoppino). Nel 1511 introdusse la stampa a Rimini dove pubblicò, il 23 Luglio dello stesso anno, il De Sorte Hominum: Libro di argomento astrologico (illustrato) in lingua italiana nonostante il titolo in Latino. A Rimini risulta ancora residente, in contrada S. Giorgio, nel 1512; nel 1521 era di nuovo a Venezia, dove aveva ripreso a fare il fonditore di caratteri. Gershom ben Mosheh Soncino (Hieronymus Soncinus; Hieronymus de Soncino; Hieronymus Soncinas; Hierony … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: De Re Militari 1472 (lgl_68) [Santarcangelo di Romagna, RN, IT]
2020-01-14 16:42:10
(Johannes von Paltz)
Jmpressum Lyptzigk per Baccalaureu Martinu Lantzperg Herbipolense, 1510. Artikeldetails Supplementu(m) Celifodine denuo pressum elimatum:at(que) ubi truncatum prius habebatur, supplemento acutissime integratum, diligenterque ex archetypo emendatum. (Johannes von Paltz): Jmpressum Lyptzigk per Baccalaureu Martinu Lantzperg Herbipolensem.(Leipzig, Martin Landsberg) Anno 1510. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt. 186 unnum. Bll., zweispaltig in 38 Zeilen gedruckt. Mit einigen roten Initialen. Dunkelblauer Maroquin des 19. Jhdts., mit Rücken-, Decken, Steh und Innenkantenverg., Goldschnitt, signiert von dem englischen Binder J. Faulkner. 22 x 16,5 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 25263 Bemerkungen: VD16 J 257; BM German 672; USTC 695034. - Der Theologe und Augustiner-Eremit.Johannes von Paltz (auch Johannes Jeuser, Geuser oder Johannes Greffenstein genannt; um 1445-1511) war 1505 bis 1506 der Lehrer Martin Luthers. Er wirkte u. a. als Ablassprediger, was seinem Konvent erhebliche Geldmittel einbrachte (und auch die Kritik Luthers); hier vorliegende wohl die zweite (erste 1504) Ausgabe des Supplements zum bereits 1490 erstmalig erschienenen Hauptwerks Coelifodina (Himmlische Fundgrube), einer Sammlung von Ablassprdeigten. Der schöne Titelholzschnitt zeigt vier in einem Turm sich mit Kanonen verteidigende Engel, die von Teufeln mit Hellebarden angegriffen werden. Zum Schluss die kleine Druckermarke des Martin Landsberg, die aus zwei schwarzen Wappenzusammengesetzt ist und sich leicht von der zu Beginn seiner Tätigkeit verwendeten unterscheidet (vgl. Fairfax Murray, German books, p. 51 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2020-01-12 12:57:02
Johannes von Paltz):
Jmpressum Lyptzigk per Baccalaureu Martinu Lantzperg Herbipolensem.(Leipzig, Martin Landsberg) Anno 1510. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt. 186 unnum. Bll., zweispaltig in 38 Zeilen gedruckt. Mit einigen roten Initialen. Dunkelblauer Maroquin des 19. Jhdts., mit Rücken-, Decken, Steh und Innenkantenverg., Goldschnitt, signiert von dem englischen Binder J. Faulkner. 22 x 16,5 cm. VD16 J 257; BM German 672; USTC 695034. - Der Theologe und Augustiner-Eremit.Johannes von Paltz (auch Johannes Jeuser, Geuser oder Johannes Greffenstein genannt; um 1445-1511) war 1505 bis 1506 der Lehrer Martin Luthers. Er wirkte u. a. als Ablassprediger, was seinem Konvent erhebliche Geldmittel einbrachte (und auch die Kritik Luthers); hier vorliegende wohl die zweite (erste 1504) Ausgabe des Supplements zum bereits 1490 erstmalig erschienenen Hauptwerks Coelifodina (Himmlische Fundgrube), einer Sammlung von Ablassprdeigten. Der schöne Titelholzschnitt zeigt vier in einem Turm sich mit Kanonen verteidigende Engel, die von Teufeln mit Hellebarden angegriffen werden. Zum Schluss die kleine Druckermarke des Martin Landsberg, die aus zwei schwarzen Wappenzusammengesetzt ist und sich leicht von der zu Beginn seiner Tätigkeit verwendeten unterscheidet (vgl. Fairfax Murray, German books, p. 516). - Aus der Bibliothek Hans Furstenberg. - Nur minimal berieben, sehr schönes und frisches Exemplar! [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [München, Germany]
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2020-01-10 20:55:07
NICOLETTO da Modena (Attivo a Ferrara dal 1490 - 1525)
"Bulino, 1510 circa, firmato in lastra con il monogramma "N. O.", nel nastro verso il basso. Nei due nastri in alto, sormontati da due aquile, le parole "VICTORIA" e "AUGUSTA". Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata ai margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Questo fregio ornamentale che reca in alto le parole ""VICTORIA AUGUSTA"" (la vittoria augustea), sembra illustrare la rifioritura delle arti resa possibile dall'avvento della pace. Questo tema e la scritta richiamano in modo specifico la famosa ""Pax Augusta"", la pace di Augusto, a cui si fa allusione anche in un altro dei pannelli grotteschi di Nicoletto (H. 107) recante le iscrizioni ""VICTORIA AUGUSTI"", ""SPES PUBLICA"" (speranza della gente) e ""PAX AETERN (pace eterna). Nella nostra stampa la lira di Apollo, dio delle arti, è giustapposta con strumenti più rustici, la cornamusa e flauti di fauni e satiri Le scene inserite raffigurano argomenti correlati: la storia di Apollo e Dafne, Pan con le sue pipe e lo scuoiamento di Marsia dopo la sua sconfitta da parte di Apollo in un concorso musicale. Appartiene a una serie di quattro pannelli ornamentali che probabilmente era stata pensata per ricordare la storia di Roma Il giudizio di Paride, nel primo pannello, era il preludio alla guerra di Troia, che portò alla fuga di Enea e, in definitiva, alla fondazione di Roma. Il secondo e il terzo pannello, che trattano le guerre vittoriose, possono alludere alla creazione dell'Impero Romano, che fu infine consolidato grazie alla Pax Augusta. La finezza della della tecnica e il tipo di ornamento suggerisco … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-10 17:38:46
Bruno da Longoburgo
Venice: per Simone de Luere, 1510. Bruno da Longoburgo (1200-1286). La cyrogia di Maistro Bruno: Expertissimo in quella. Tradutta in vulgare. 4to. 40ff. Venice: Simon de Luere, 17 June 1510. 201 x 144 mm. Early vellum, author's name in ink on the spine, endpapers renewed. Small wormholes in last 10 leaves filled in, short ink inscription (deleted) on title, light browning at edges but very good. First and Only Separate Edition, and Only Edition in the Vernacular, of One of the Earliest European Surgical Treatises. Extremely rare, with only three copies noted in OCLC (U. Iowa, Harvard, NLM) and two in Italian libraries (Pistoia and Bologna). Bruno da Longoburgo studied surgery in Bologna or possibly Padua, and practiced in the latter city, where he helped found the University of Padua. His Chirurgia magna, completed in 1252, antedates those of Lanfranch, Henri de Mondeville, Guy de Chauliac and Gulielmo da Saliceto, even though it did not appear in print until the end of the fifteenth century, when it was included in the Chirurgia magna (1498) of Guy de Chauliac. It was never again published separately, or in a modern language. Bruno's Chirurgia magna was the first surgical treatise of its time to draw upon the works of Arabic authors, primarily Albucasis. The work is divided into two books of twenty chapters each: The first book deals with wound surgery, fractures and the nerves, while the second book discusses the surgery of specific parts (eyes, nose, lips, ears), the treatment of burns, and conditions such as hernia, cancer and bladder stones, as well as operations o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman & Co., Inc. [United States]
2020-01-08 17:49:07
Johannes von Paltz)
Jmpressum Lyptzigk per Baccalaureu Martinu Lantzperg Herbipolensem.(Leipzig, Martin Landsberg) Anno 1510. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt. 186 unnum. Bll., zweispaltig in 38 Zeilen gedruckt. Mit einigen roten Initialen. Dunkelblauer Maroquin des 19. Jhdts., mit Rücken-, Decken, Steh und Innenkantenverg., Goldschnitt, signiert von dem englischen Binder J. Faulkner. 22 x 16,5 cm. VD16 J 257; BM German 672; USTC 695034. - Der Theologe und Augustiner-Eremit.Johannes von Paltz (auch Johannes Jeuser, Geuser oder Johannes Greffenstein genannt; um 1445-1511) war 1505 bis 1506 der Lehrer Martin Luthers. Er wirkte u. a. als Ablassprediger, was seinem Konvent erhebliche Geldmittel einbrachte (und auch die Kritik Luthers); hier vorliegende wohl die zweite (erste 1504) Ausgabe des Supplements zum bereits 1490 erstmalig erschienenen Hauptwerks Coelifodina (Himmlische Fundgrube), einer Sammlung von Ablassprdeigten. Der schöne Titelholzschnitt zeigt vier in einem Turm sich mit Kanonen verteidigende Engel, die von Teufeln mit Hellebarden angegriffen werden. Zum Schluss die kleine Druckermarke des Martin Landsberg, die aus zwei schwarzen Wappenzusammengesetzt ist und sich leicht von der zu Beginn seiner Tätigkeit verwendeten unterscheidet (vgl. Fairfax Murray, German books, p. 516). - Aus der Bibliothek Hans Furstenberg. - Nur minimal berieben, sehr schönes und frisches Exemplar! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2020-01-04 19:01:21
(Johannes von Paltz)
Jmpressum Lyptzigk per Baccalaureu Martinu Lantzpe, Martin Landsberg) Anno, 1510. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt. 186 unnum. Bll., zweispaltig in 38 Zeilen gedruckt. Mit einigen roten Initialen. Dunkelblauer Maroquin des 19. Jhdts., mit Rücken-, Decken, Steh und Innenkantenverg., Goldschnitt, signiert von dem englischen Binder J. Faulkner. 22 x 16,5 cm. VD16 J 257; BM German 672; USTC 695034. - Der Theologe und Augustiner-Eremit.Johannes von Paltz (auch Johannes Jeuser, Geuser oder Johannes Greffenstein genannt; um 1445-1511) war 1505 bis 1506 der Lehrer Martin Luthers. Er wirkte u. a. als Ablassprediger, was seinem Konvent erhebliche Geldmittel einbrachte (und auch die Kritik Luthers); hier vorliegende wohl die zweite (erste 1504) Ausgabe des Supplements zum bereits 1490 erstmalig erschienenen Hauptwerks Coelifodina (Himmlische Fundgrube), einer Sammlung von Ablassprdeigten. Der schöne Titelholzschnitt zeigt vier in einem Turm sich mit Kanonen verteidigende Engel, die von Teufeln mit Hellebarden angegriffen werden. Zum Schluss die kleine Druckermarke des Martin Landsberg, die aus zwei schwarzen Wappenzusammengesetzt ist und sich leicht von der zu Beginn seiner Tätigkeit verwendeten unterscheidet (vgl. Fairfax Murray, German books, p. 516). - Aus der Bibliothek Hans Furstenberg. - Nur minimal berieben, sehr schönes und frisches Exemplar! [6 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2020-01-03 12:23:04
(Johannes von Paltz):
Jmpressum Lyptzigk per Baccalaureu Martinu Lantzperg Herbipolensem.(Leipzig, Martin Landsberg) Anno 1510. Jmpressum Lyptzigk per Baccalaureu Martinu Lantzperg Herbipolensem.(Leipzig, Martin Landsberg) Anno 1510.. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt. 186 unnum. Bll., zweispaltig in 38 Zeilen gedruckt. Mit einigen roten Initialen. Dunkelblauer Maroquin des 19. Jhdts., mit Rücken-, Decken, Steh und Innenkantenverg., Goldschnitt, signiert von dem englischen Binder J. Faulkner. 22 x 16,5 cm. VD16 J 257; BM German 672; USTC 695034. - Der Theologe und Augustiner-Eremit.Johannes von Paltz (auch Johannes Jeuser, Geuser oder Johannes Greffenstein genannt; um 1445-1511) war 1505 bis 1506 der Lehrer Martin Luthers. Er wirkte u. a. als Ablassprediger, was seinem Konvent erhebliche Geldmittel einbrachte (und auch die Kritik Luthers); hier vorliegende wohl die zweite (erste 1504) Ausgabe des Supplements zum bereits 1490 erstmalig erschienenen Hauptwerks Coelifodina (Himmlische Fundgrube), einer Sammlung von Ablassprdeigten. Der schöne Titelholzschnitt zeigt vier in einem Turm sich mit Kanonen verteidigende Engel, die von Teufeln mit Hellebarden angegriffen werden. Zum Schluss die kleine Druckermarke des Martin Landsberg, die aus zwei schwarzen Wappenzusammengesetzt ist und sich leicht von der zu Beginn seiner Tätigkeit verwendeten unterscheidet (vgl. Fairfax Murray, German books, p. 516). - Aus der Bibliothek Hans Furstenberg. - Nur minimal berieben, sehr schönes und frisches Exemplar!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
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