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        An Incomplete 16th Century Illuminated Printed Book of Hours

      Paris: Gillet Hardouin (Hardouyn), 1510. Leather. Incomplete. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Circa 1510. 44 vellum leaves in a plain leather binding. Leaves measure approximately 4" x 7". Page borders contain standard Hardouin images; several include Hardouin's "GH" publisher's device. Over 750 gilt initials highlighted in red and blue. Nine beautiful miniature paintings. Incomplete as noted missing several months of the calendar, the Gospels of Mark and John, the Hours of the Virgin, etc. Among the miniatures are paintings of St. Luke with his winged ox, a winged St. Matthew, St. Stephen carrying stones, St. Christopher carrying Jesus, and St Barbara with a sword and feather. Two leaves are trimmed; many have wear at the upper foredge corner. Bookplate of Matias Errazuriz, a noted South American collector and patron of the arts. Almost no wear to cover; slightly sprung.

      [Bookseller: Read 'Em Again Books, ABAA]
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        DAS BARBERINI-STUNDENBUCH

      . Deutsch Z 2-; gesamthaft gut erhalten.. König, Eberhard: Cod. Barb. Lat. 487. Das Barberini-Stundenbuch für Rouen. Ein Meisterwerk französischer Buchkunst um 1510. In: Belser Faksimile Editionen. Stuttgart, Belser, 1994. 2 Bände (Faksimileausgabe mit zugehörigem Kommentarband im Schuber). Mit zahlr. farb. u. vergold. Tafeln, sowie s/w Textabbild. im Kommentarband. 109 Bll., 128 S. 8°, dekorativer Originallederband mit reicher Goldprägung und Goldschnitt, bzw. Originalhalblederband (Kommentarband) in Originalschuber. Sehr schwacher Rauchgeruch (Schuber u. Kommentarband, der mit der Zeit verfliegt), der Schuber im Standfuß partiell verfärbt, sonst gut erhalten ++ Nr. 487 von 1200 arabisch numerierten Exemplaren. Der Faksimileband entspricht der originalgetreuen Wiedergabe der Handschrift Barb. lat. 487.

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        Venus sucht Rat bei Juno und Ceres.

      . Kupferstich, auf Bütten. 26:20 cm. Provenienz: Sammlung Ed. Schultze, Wien, Lugt 906. Literatur: Bartsch 327; Nagler Monogr. IV, 3468, 5. Mit winzigem Rändchen um die Plattenkante an drei Seiten, unten knapp beschnitten. Vermutlich späterer Druck.. Marco Dente war seit 1510 als Schüler Marcantonio Raimondis in Rom tätig, dessen Gravierstil er sich ganz eng anschloß; im Jahre 1527 kam er beim Sacco di Roma ums Leben. Das vorliegende Blatt, das zweifellos zu seinen Hauptwerken zählt, ist um 1518/19 entstanden. Als Vorlage für den Stich diente eine Zeichnung Raffaels, die eigens vom Künstler zu dem Zweck der druckgraphischen Vervielfältigung geschaffen wurde und die sich heute in der Graphischen Sammlung der Albertina in Wien befindet.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        Illuminated Manuscript Leaf: Saint Matthew the Evangelist

      Paris: np. 1st Edition. No Binding. Very Good. Exquisite illuminated manuscript leaf from a French Book of Hours (c.1510), with elaborate border and a miniature of Saint Matthew the Evangelist. Believed to be by the Medieval artist Jean Coene, the Master of the Paris Entries. The verso contains a ten-line miniature (3.7 x 4.7 cm), framed within a gold border, depicting Saint Matthew transcribing the gospel as he receives it from an angel. With sharp, crisp lines and strong blue, gold, red, and white colors. Surrounded on three sides by an elaborate floral border featuring an abundance of red and gold. The text, beginning with a two-line illuminated initial, contains the beginning of the Gospel of Matthew. [In English translation: "At that time, when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judah in the days of Herod the King, behold, there came Sages from the East to Jerusalem, saying, where is he that is born King of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the East, and are come to adore him..."]. The recto contains a floral border in red and gold on one side and 13 lines of text in black and two lines in blue. Jean Coene was one of the most successful artists for wealthy Parisians in the early 16th century. His style can usually be identified by faces with swollen eyes, prominent red lips, and liberal use of gold highlights. Leaf size: 10.5 x 16.0 cm. Paris: c.1510. Two smudges around miniature frame, a few scattered spots; overall in outstanding condition. A magnificent leaf of high artistic quality and fine execution.

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        Fatuo-Sophia Caesare-Montana, das ist: Die Kaysersbergische Narragonische Schiffahrt, oder der so genannte Sittliche Narren-Spiegel, in welchem sich allerley Ständ und Arten der Menschen befinden, erkennend und bekennend das Narravimus Omnes,. bzw. [2]: Geistliche Schiffahrt aus Schlaraffen und Welt-Affen-Land oder aus Narragonien zu dem geliebten und gelobten Land nacher Jerusalem. Mit einer vollständigen Vorred und dreyfachen Register. 2 Tle. in 1 Band. Augspurg u. Dillingen, J. C. Bencard 1708. 4°. 16 Bll., 574 S., 21 Bll.; 3 Bll., 170 S., 48 Bll., mit 2 gest. Frontispize, Prgt. d. Zt. mit Rtit.

      - Heitjan, Bencard 846 - Dacheux 577 u. 578 - vgl. Adams G 315 / 318 u. VD 16 G 777 u. G 772 (EA Straßburg 1510 u. 1511 ?Navicula sive speculum fatuorum? u. ?Navicula penitente?).- Neue Übersetzung und barocke Bearbeitung der Narrensatire in der Nachfolge S. Brants, die nach Aufzeichnungen von Predigten Geilers angefertigt wurde.- Titel verso mit hs. Besitzvermerk, nurleicht gebräunt u. kaum fleckig, tls. etw. knapp beschnitten (2. Titel mit Verlust der Jahreszahl), Ebd. etw. fleckig, Rücken mit ergänzt. Bezugsfehlstelle.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller]
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        Grammaticae institutiones. Castigatae denuo atque diligenter elaboratae. Ars condendorum carminum Henrici Bebelii... Syllabarum quantitates. Racemationes & exquisitiores observationes eiusdem.

      (Hagenau, H. Gran, um 1510).. circa 20 x 14,5 cm. 4, 121 num. Bll. - ohne 3 Blatt Register am Ende (A6-8) Holzdeckelband mit Schliesse, Rücken erneuert. VD 16, H 1992 (online einsehbar, ohne Impressum, es fehlt hier nur das Register); vgl. Goedeke I, 419, 7 und 438, 5. Schöner Hagenauer Druck der erstmals 1506 in Pforzheim erschienene Grammatik mit hier noch zusätzlichen Texten. Der bedeutende Tubinger Humanist Jacob Heinrichmann (1497-1561) war ein Schuler Heinrich Bebels, dessen Poetik in dem vorliegenden Werk mitgedruckt wurde. "Er, sowie Bebel, waren die Ersten, denen Deutschland den Gebrauch besserer lateinischer Grammatiken verdankte, indem sie sich dem wohlthätigen Geschäfte unterzogen, die Grammatik von den traditionellen Ungereimtheiten zu reinigen und Anleitung zu geben zu einem besseren Gebrauche und Verständnisse der Sprache und der Schriften des classischen Alterthums" (ADB XI, 783). - Dieses Exemplar mit zwei Besitzvermerken des Klosters in Diessen am Ammerse und mit zahlreichen Anmerkungen, Unterstreichungen und Ergänzungen, über weite Strecken alte Markierungen in roter Tinte. - Titel und wenige Blätter mit kleinen Wurmspuren ohne Textverlust, Titel mit zahkreichen alten Notizen, teils gebräunt, wenig fleckig, teils eng beschnitten. Rücken und Vorsätze erneuert. - Lacking the last 3 leaves that do not give a colophonium, just an index (they are available online), text complete. Richly annotated and with old underlining in red, rebacked, traces of use, browned with some spotting and little worming without loss of text. Nice post-incunabula from Hagenau with contemporary annotations.

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        Opera Complura Sancti Hylarii Episcopi hac serie coimpressa

      Paris: Josse Badius, 1510. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Later, ca. 18th century, vellum, darkened and a little discolored but intact, title penned to spine, worming to endpapers. Title page worn and soiled with an old repair in the right margin verso, a few small holes touching some letters, old repairs to first two leaves in the gutter; title printed in red and black with the Badius vignette. Otherwise very good internally, final pages browned, a few scattered and small wormholes, attractive 3 and 6 line historiated initials throughout. [2], 97, [1]; 130; 35 leaves; lacks the final blank. Renouard 490, Adams 549 Includes historical writings including Constantium inperatorem and Contra Auxentium Arrianum, his major theological work De Trinitate, and his commentary on Matthew - the oldest surviving complete Latin commentary on the Gospel of Matthew. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Inventory No: 044685.

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        Il trinciante . . ., ampliato, et ridotto a perfettione dal cavallier reale Fusoritto da Narni. Venice, heirs of Francesco Tramezini, 1581. 4to. With woodcut printer's device on title-page, 3 woodcut plates (1 folding; the other 2 on recto & verso of a single leaf), showing carving knives, forks and a carving iron, and fowl ready for carving, with parts labelled, and 3 woodcut decorated initials. With the main text set in italic type. Modern dark brown, gold- and blind-tooled reversed calf.

      BMC STC Italian, p. 166; USTC 821713 (7 copies); Vicaire, col. 159; Westbury, pp. 45-46; this edition not in Bitting; Horn-Arndt; cf. Davidson, The Oxford companion to food, p. 156. Rare first edition, in the original Italian, of an elaborate gastronomic treatise, detailing the carving and serving of meat, fish, fruit, shellfish and fowl. Cervio's work is superior to the essays of his predecessors Romoli and Scappi, making it the most complete Renaissance treatise on the art of culinary carving. It includes no fewer than 74 chapters and promotes the Italian method of carving, where one holds the food up in the air with a fork and carves it in this posture, transforming the operation into a spectacular performance for the diners to admire. The treatise, moreover, provides "much information about the foods eaten at an Italian court of that period" (Davidson).Cervio Vincenzo (ca. 1510-1580) was an officer in the household of Cardinal Alessandro Farnese. With 1 plate slightly shaved, affecting only the butt of the handles of 1 knife and a carving iron, and with running heads slightly shaved on 2 leaves, otherwise in very good condition, with only and occasional minor spot or marginal stain. The earliest detailed manual of the art of carving at the table.

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        USE OF ROME

      Paris: Thielman Kerver, 1510. n. Hardcover. 171 x 108 mm (6 3/4 x 4 1/4"). [108] leaves; title page (A1) in very good paper facsimile (though blank on the verso, so lacking the Anatomical Man engraving that should appear there). Pleasant mid-16th century dark calf, gilt, covers framed by multiple blind rules, central panel formed by a gilt fillet with acorn tools extending obliquely from outer corners, gilt vegetal tools at inner corners, central gilt arabesque, raised bands, expertly rebacked preserving original backstrip (as well as recornered?), spine in blind-ruled compartments with saltire, unusual later (17th century?) brass clasps and catches, the hardware extending some 90 mm. (or three-quarters of the way) across each board, the extensions held in place by small brass nails. Numerous one- and two-line initials painted in colors and gold, each page with decorative and/or historiated frames featuring charming and sometimes fascinating scenic metal-cut border panels at bottom and fore edge, 34 small miniatures (measuring approximately 33 x 27 mm), and 18 RICHLY DETAILED FULL-PAGE CUTS--including the Martyrdom of St. John, the Betrayal of Christ, the Tree of Jesse, the Annunciation, the Visitation, the Nativity, the Annunciation to the Shepherds, the Adoration of the Magi, the Presentation in the Temple, the Flight into Egypt, the Coronation of the Virgin, the Anointing of David, the Raising of Lazarus, the Crucifixion, Pentecost, the Virgin Mary with her symbols, a diagram explaining the concept of the Trinity, and Christ with the symbols of the Passion (Arma Christi). A 17th century engraved and hand-painted holy card on vellum by Cornelius Galle tipped in at front. Front pastedown with early engraved heraldic bookplate; ink stamp of "K?n. Kupferstich Cabinet Stuttgart" on verso of holy card and of last leaf; last (blank) page with early ink ownership signatures and pen trials, and the date 1679. Bohatta 900; Brunet V, 1621, #186; Graesse VII, 375; Fairfax-Murray 267 (1511 edition). Spine slightly cocked, backstrip a little roughened, but the carefully restored binding quite lustrous, with very little wear, and generally well preserved. Trimmed close at the top (with decorative border just touched on several of the leaves containing full-page miniatures), a half dozen leaves (including the Crucifixion miniature) with faint but noticeable brown stains, minor signs of use, the vellum generally not very bright, other trivial imperfections, but still a reasonable copy internally, with many pages quite pleasing, and with no fatal condition issues. Apparently put to use by at least one devout person and in a binding that was remodeled in a peculiar way by a later owner, this is a deluxe edition of a Book of Hours from a leading Paris publisher, with a new and expanded series of engravings. Based on those created by the printer Pigouchet for his 1496 edition, the illustrations here are "distinguished by [their] greater freedom from convention in the treatment of the designs, there being an appearance of relief or modelling in comparison with the older cuts, [and with] cross-hatching and other forms of shading introduced." (Fairfax-Murray) In both borders and miniatures, Kerver introduces new elements to familiar scenes. For example, in the Annunciation, the Archangel Gabriel, usually arriving as a solo flight, is here accompanied by a large crowd, perhaps the heavenly host, come to pay homage to the Mother of God; the cow in the Nativity sheds a prominent (and foreshadowing) tear; two world-weary angels watch over the Holy Family on the Flight into Egypt; the Visitation is observed by two beautifully dressed handmaids, one looking on smugly with arms crossed while the other seems to be making a snide remark. The historiated borders contain scenes from the Creation, the life of the Virgin Mary, the life of Christ (with Old Testament parallels), and the 17 Signs of Judgment (all of which appeared in the 1505 Kerver printing), along with the addition for the present edition of 42 vignettes of the Apocalypse and 66 Dance of Death miniatures. Printer Thielman Kerver the Elder (d. 1522) came from Koblenz to Paris around 1497, and began printing works for the foremost Parisian publisher, Jean Petit, who was preeminent in the Paris book world for some 35 years, beginning about 1495. ISTC lists Kerver as the printer of 70 works, nearly half of them Books of Hours. Kerver's son Jacques married Petit's daughter and became a prominent printer in his own right. The covers of our binding are decorated in a style typical of the middle of the 16th century, but their mysterious, strikingly supererogatory clasps clearly have been added at a later date, perhaps as someone's nod to an idea of current fashion, or simply as robust prevention against splaying, to which volumes containing vellum leaves are highly susceptible. We were unable to find anything like these restrictive appliances in any of the usual bibliographies, and none of the prominent experts in binding history that we consulted could say anything definite about them.

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        Sermones d[omi]nicales Reverendi patris f[rat]ris Nicolai deniise a d[omi]nica s[e]c[un]da post pascha usque ad adventum. Venu[n]dant[ur] parisi[us] a Fra[n]cisco regnault in vico sancti Jacobi commorante sub intersignio divi Claudii.

      Paris, Jean Barbier für Francois Regnault, (10. Mai 1510).. 16 x 11 cm. [4], CCXXIII Bl., [1] Bl. Gotische Type, zweispaltig gedruckt. Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt, mit einer Holzschnitt-Verlegermarke von Francois Regnault auf dem Titelblatt und einer Holzschnitt-Druckermarke von Barbier verso Schlußblatt, beide altkoloriert. Zahlreiche mehrzeilige Holzschnitt-Initialen, meist altkoloriert. Zeitgenössisches Ganzleder mit Blindprägung über Pappdeckeln. Deckel gewellt, Rücken und vorderer Spiegel erneuert, Schließbändchen fehlen. Vorsätze mit zeitgenössischen Anmerkungen, heraldischen Zeichnungen und Besitzvermerk. Stellenweise gebräunt und fingerfleckig.. Renouard, ICP, I, 1510, 78. BNF 30324636. Index Aurel. 151.446. Im Kolophon mit Angabe des Druckers und der Jahreszahl: "Superna contemplatione refertissimi... sermones reverendi patris fratris Nicolai Deniise,... expliciunt procuratione et expensis... Francisci Reginaldi, civitatis parisiensis civis... in vico sancti Jacobi ad intersignium sancti Claudii commorantis, arti impressorie Parisius per Johannem Barbier impressorem necnon bibliopolam commendati hac decima die mensis maii... peracti, anno Dominice Incarnationis millesimo quingentesimo decimo." Sehr seltene Ausgabe von vorreformatorischen Sonntagspredigten des Franziskaner-Predigers Nicolas Denisse (+ in Rouen 18.05.1509).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
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        DE EFFICACIA AQUAE BENEDICTAE

      Johannes Stüchs, Nuremberg 1510 - 203 x 149 mm (8 x 5 7/8"). [8] leaves. Later (19th century?) light green paste paper boards decorated with an all-over pattern of gilt scrolling vines, some terminating in grotesques and inhabited by rabbits, wolves, and birds. Title page with a fine large (114 x 89 mm.) woodcut depicting a cleric preparing to bless a crowd with holy water in a courtyard outside a church. Final leaf with publisher's device. Inscriptions on title page (one a Latin motto) and on one other leaf in two or possibly three early hands. STC German, p. 876. Minor (partly patched) worming to foot of first three leaves (woodcut not affected, but with small losses to a handful of letters), title page faintly soiled, otherwise excellent, the binding clean and sound, the leaves fresh, and with deep impressions of the type. First published ca. 1475, this treatise explains the origin of the custom of using Holy Water in church ceremonies and defends its healing efficacy to counter sterility and other lamentable conditions. Turrecremata (Juan de Torquemada, 1388-1468) was a Spanish Dominican monk who studied in Paris. He attended several church councils and defended the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception at the council of Basel. He became a cardinal in 1439 and was known for his charity. Incunabular editions of this work were published without illustration, and ours may be the first printing to be illustrated. Early printings of this work are uniformly rare: ABPC lists an aggregate total of four copies of all the editions at auction since 1975. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Jakobus Minor., Kupferstich.

      Um 1510. - In der Platte oben links mit dem Monogramm. Ausgezeichneter, feinzeichnender Druck mit leichtem Plattenton und partiell Plattenschmutz. Auf Bütten meist mit der Einfassungslinie, nur am linken Rand oben auf diese geschnitten. Bartsch 96. Volbehr 93. The New Hollstein 96 b. Schönes Blatt aus der Folge "Christus uns die Apostel". - Am Unterrand minimal fleckig, sonst sehr gutes Exemplar. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 2100

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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        Mehrfarbig miniaturhaft handkolorierter und goldgehöhter Metallschnitt auf Pergament. Ausschnitt aus einem wohl Pariser lateinischen Stundenbuchblatt.

      Um 1510,. 139 x 83 mm, die Kolorierung, besonders die Goldhöhung in feinster Qualität und zeitgenössisch. Insgesamt etwas berieben, 1 kleine unauffällige Quetschfalte im Pergament vor der Kolorierung. Insgesamt ungewöhnlich schönes und dekoratives Blatt mit dem typischen, spätmittelalterlichen Charme. Unter Passpartout..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Andreas Grundmann]
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        La tresample et vraye exposition de la Reigle monsieur Sainct Benoist: tres Utile et n?cessaire ? toutes gens de Religion. [by Thibaud Arthauld]

      Paris: [Pierre Vidoue for] Simon Vostre, [1510?]., 1510. folio. ff. [176]. complete with final blank. Vostre's large shield device on title, large woodcut of the crucifixion on verso. fine cribl? initials throughout. printed in b?tard type in double columns. A very nice (washed) copy (occasional light foxing), handsomely bound in full blind & gilt-stamped brown morocco in antique style, all edges gilt, by the French binders, Garden City, New York, 'H.Hardy, relieur, 1939, G.Pilon, doreur'. contemporary ownership inscription of the Celestine Monks of St. Malo on the second leaf. Kalbfleisch leather ex-libris. An exposition of the Benedictine Rule, which became the foundation of the monastic system in the West. Saint Benedict established his monastery at Monte-Cassino, near Naples, about 529, and instituted as the rule of his order, in addition to religious duties, various kinds of manual labour, the instruction of the young, and the transcription of valuable manuscripts. He eliminated the elements of Oriental asceticism, extreme bodily austerity, and eremitism from monastic life, insisting upon moderation, community life and family spirit. "[The Benedictine Rule] holds the first place among monastic legislative codes, and was by far the most important factor in the organization and spread of monasticism in the West." (Catholic Encyclopedia) BM STC French p. 47. Not in Adams.. Hardcover.

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        Vitae XII Caesarum commentationes conditae a Philippo Beroaldo.additis quamplurimis annotamentis caii svetonii vita per philippum Beroaldum. Caii svetonii vita per Sabellicum cum commento eiusdem phil. Beroaldi vita per Bartolomeum Blanchinum. In fine Venetiis per Philippum Pincium Mantovanum, XVIII Februarii 1510

      per Philippum Pincium Mantovanum, Venetiis 1510 - [Postincunabolo- fig.] (cm. 30) ottima piena pelle fine sec. XVIII Titolo in oro e fregi al dorso. -cc.14nn, cc. 314. con 72 splendide xilografie di scuola veneziana 36 ombrate e 36 al tratto. Alcune con il monogramma F e B come nel tito livio del 1495 e la bibbia del 1490. All'inizio è presente la celebre xilografia (cm. 11,5 x 7,6) con la nascita di Giulio Cesare. ripetuta anche al frontis. E' la prima rappresentazione medica di un taglio cesareo. Vecchi restauri e firme in parte cancellate alla prima e ultima carta, con bruniture. Bellissima celebre e rara edizione, il Census Iccu registra solo 9 copie nelle biblioteche italiane. Mancano putroppo 19 carte interne: da 157 a 166 e da 326 a 333. Altrimenti esemplare molto bello, nitido e fresco apprezzabile per le notevoli incisioni ed i bei capilettera a fondo nero anche figurati. Opera celeberrima e rara manca a BM.STC., Mortimer, Brunet, Proctor-Isaac. * Sander 7144; * Choix 5331; * Essling 209 e 208; * Adams S 2028; * Graesse VI 521; * L'Art Ancienne "Early books on medicine" n°1742 al prezzo di 325 franchi svizzeri nel 1926. [f. 80] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        QUAESTIONES SPIRITUALIS CONVIVII DELITIAS p[re]ferentes sup[er] Evangeliis ta[m] de t[em]p[or]e q[uam] de s[an]ctis, edite a d[omi]no Johanne de Turre Cremata et nup[er] suis in originalibus locis doctrine sancti thome fideliter annotate Anno dni. 1510.

      Ed. François Regnault. Imp. Johanne Barbier. París, 1510 - . 17 cm. 10 h., 209 fol. Texto a dos columnas en letra gótica. Marca tipográfica xilografiada en la portada y capitulares. Enc. en pergamino reciente. Ejemplar restaurado, afectando levemente el texto aunque sin impedir su lectura. * El cardenal Juan de Torquemada (1388-1468) era un judío converso. Entró al servicio de la orden de los dominicos. Era el tío del inquisidor, Tomás de Torquemada, formó parte del proceso condenatorio de Wickleff y Jan Hus, que fueron juzgados por herejes. Fue gran defensor en el siglo XV de la primacía pontifical. Tomó parte en los concilios de Basilea, Constanza y Florencia, por orden del Papa Eugenio IV, y fue uno de los negociadores de la Iglesia Católica con la Iglesia Griega. Teología. Historia medieval. Teologia medieval i escolàstica Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 latín [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        recueil des hystoires troyennes

      Extremely Rare 1510 Illustrated Edition of Lefevre\'s Famous \"Recueil des Hystoires Troyennes.\" The Fairfax Murray CopyLEFEVRE, Raoul. Le recueil des hystoires troyennes. ou est conte nue la genealogie de Saturne [&] de Jupiter... Cy comence le volume intitule le recueil des hystoires de troye compose par... Raoul lefevre prestre chapellain de tresredoubte seigneur monseigneur le duc phillipe de bourgoingne... Lyons: Jacques Sacon, 1510.Extremely rare 1510 illustrated edition (probably a unique example) of Le Fevre\'s famous Troy Book, first printed by Caxton at Bruges about 1473-4, that being both Caxton\'s first book and the first book printed in the English language. Caxton\'s second book was the same work printed at Bruges in French, which may be the first work of French literature ever printed, and one of the first of any texts in the French language. The first edition printed in France is reported as at Lyons in 1486. The second edition in France is reported as printed at Lyons in 1490, the woodcuts of which are also found in the present edition and that of the abridged reprint of 1544. One or the other of the 1486 or 1490 edition may be suppositious, as both are cited with the same day of the same month ñ an error that might have arisen from a misprint \"six\" for \"dix\" in Brunet (Supplement to Brunet I, col. 814) and this being followed by Copinger in his Supplement to Hain. Brunet (III, col. 926) was unable to cite any copy of this book in any collection or catalogue. Baudrier also described this copy.Small folio. (298 x 196 mm. 161 leaves (of 162); lacks final blank G8. a8 b-t6 A-E6 F8 G7 (of 8). Gothic type. 43 long lines to a page. 98 woodcuts, only a few, repeated; six full page cuts. On the title-page is the large device of Saccon. On the reverse is a full-page cut of the Siege, divided horizontally into two compartments: this is also on n6. On l3 is the full-page \"Troye la grande:\" repeated on l6. Another full-page cut of Troy on t6 and The Stratagem of the Horse on F6. In text are 92 cuts, with only a few repeated, illustrating the narrative. The illustrator seems to have worked directly from the text.Nineteenth-century crimson morocco, gilt extra, by A. Motte, successor to Trautz-Bauzonnet. Gilt dentelles. Morocco doublures. Gilt interlacements. Gilt edges. A clean and fresh, nicely margined, copy in a fine binding, from the renowned Fairfax Murray collection of early French books.No copy of this edition appears at auction for the last half century: In the last twenty-five years checked no copy prior to the 1544 appears except a Paris 1508 in 1977 which is nowhere else recorded or reported and is probably spurious.Provenance: Library of C. Fairfax Murray (Fairfax Murray, French, 305).Not in Adams; STC French; Harvard, French, Also not in American Librarycomputer databases OCLC and RLIN.HBS 66481.$85,000

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        Early in his reign, King Henry VIII lends money to young London merchant Richard Gresham who was later present at the Tower of London for the execution of the King?s second wife, Anne Boleyn, mother of the future Queen Elizabeth I

      Oxford, England, October 25, [ca. 1510-1514] Rare early Manuscript Document Signed ?Henry R? in Olde Englsh, 1p, 11? x 7.75?. Oxford, October 25 (c. 1510-1514). [To John Heron, Treasurer of the Chamber] Expertly mended and professionally restored with infill at blank upper right. Matted with an engraving of King Henry VIII, framed to 27? x 15?. In apparent fine condition.King Henry VIII commands his Treasurer of the Chamber to deliver unto London merchant Richard Gersham £1500 for the term of four years after he has provided sureties for repayment. In full: ?Trusty and wellbeloved, we grete you well. We wolle and commande you for certeyne consideracions we specially making that ye delyver unto Richard Gresham of our Citie of London, merchant, or to his assignes fyftene hundred poundes of our next loone money that shall come to your hands for the term of foure yeres after the delyvrance taking of hym or his assignes sufficient surities to be bounde by obligacion for repayment of the said fyftene hundred poundes. And this warrant sha

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        Johannes der Evangelist.

      . Kupferstich, 1510, auf Bütten. 11,9:7,4 cm. Literatur: Bartsch und Hollstein 90. - Blatt 5 aus der 14-Blatt-Folge: Christus und die Apostel. - Vorzüglicher Abdruck mit winzigem Rändchen um die Plattenkante..

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        BUCH DER DROL RIEN: CROY-GEBETBUCH (1 Band Faksimile und 1 Kommentarband) in rotem Samt mit vergoldeten Rosetten (CORON) - Faksimile der Handschrift Cod. 1858 der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek Wien - LIMITIERT

      CORON Exklusiv. DAS CROY-GEBETBUCH: Das Buch der Drolerien Das Croy Gebetbuch verzaubert auf magische Weise durch seine phantastischen Fabelwesen (den Drolerien), die man in dieser Fülle in keinem anderen Stundenbuch findet. Es entstand zwischen 1510 und 1520 im Auftrag des burgundisch-habsburgischen Hofes unter Mitwirkung der berühmten Künstler der Gent-Brügger Schule Simon Bening und Gerard Horenbout. Heute wird die Handschrift als Cod. 1858 in der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek in Wien aufbewahrt. Der CORON Verlag schuf 1993 in aufwendiger Handarbeit lediglich 980 Exemplare (streng limitiert und handnummeriert). Diese Faksimile-Ausgabe ist beim Verlag vergriffen und dort nicht mehr erhältlich. Angebotsumfang: * 1 Band Faksimile * 1 Band Wissenschaftlicher Kommentar Ausstattungsdetails: * Bis ins Detail dem Original aus dem 16. Jahrhundert nachempfunden * Im Originalformat von ca. 19,5 x 13,7 cm * Der Codex umfasst 366 Seiten * 58 farbenprächtigen Miniaturen in höchster Qualität * Mehr als 200 einfallsreiche und vielfältige Drolerien * 12 Kalenderminiaturen * Zahllose verschwenderische Goldapplikationen * Große Anzahl von Ziermotiven * Kostbarer Einband aus roter Seide mit zahlreichen vergoldeten Rosetten * Vergoldete Zierschließe * Rundumgoldschnitt in Echtgold * Aus privater Sammlung * Zustand: * Tadelloses Exemplar * Lagerungsbedingte leichte Abschürfungen der Zierrossetten und Schließen Limitierung: * Streng limitiert auf nur 980 Exemplare weltweit * Längst vergriffen * Sammlerstück. Alle Preise inkl. MwSt. AGB und Kundeninformationen, Widerrufsbelehrung und Muster-Widerrufsformular finden Sie bei den Anbieterinformationen.

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        Opera Complura Sancti Hylarii Episcopi hac serie coimpressa

      Paris: Josse Badius, 1510. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Hardcover (Vellum). Later, ca. 18th century, vellum, darkened and a little discolored but intact, title penned to spine, worming to endpapers. Title page worn and soiled with an old repair in the right margin verso, a few small holes touching some letters, old repairs to first two leaves in the gutter; title printed in red and black with the Badius vignette. Otherwise very good internally, final pages browned, a few scattered and small wormholes, attractive 3 and 6 line historiated initials throughout. [2], 97, [1]; 130; 35 leaves; lacks the final blankRenouard 490, Adams 549& & Includes historical writings including Constantium inperatorem and Contra Auxentium Arrianum, his major theological work De Trinitate, and his commentary on Matthew - the oldest surviving complete Latin commentary on the Gospel of Matthew. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Inventory No: 044685.

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        Justinus una cum L. Floro nuper castigatus

      Opera atque impensa Philippi de Giunta Florentini anno 1510, Impressum Florentiae - Legatura settecentesca in pergamena con titolo oro su tassello dipinto al ds. Tagli rossi. Legatura leggermente allentata con rinforzo ai margini interni del primo quaderno. Due timbri di biblioteca estinta (uno al frontis., 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 una 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. Cf. Annali dei Giunti di Firenze, 31 e 98. 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 & suptu Philippi Iuntae 1517, 126 cc. (di 128, manca la carta 121 e la carta finale).

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        Opera Complura Sancti Hylarii Episcopi hac serie coimpressa

      Josse Badius, Paris 1510 - Hardcover (Vellum). Later, ca. 18th century, vellum, darkened and a little discolored but intact, title penned to spine, worming to endpapers. Title page worn and soiled with an old repair in the right margin verso, a few small holes touching some letters, old repairs to first two leaves in the gutter; title printed in red and black with the Badius vignette. Otherwise very good internally, final pages browned, a few scattered and small wormholes, attractive 3 and 6 line historiated initials throughout. [2], 97, [1]; 130; 35 leaves; lacks the final blankRenouard 490, Adams 549Includes historical writings including Constantium inperatorem and Contra Auxentium Arrianum, his major theological work De Trinitate, and his commentary on Matthew - the oldest surviving complete Latin commentary on the Gospel of Matthew. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Inventory No: 044685. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        EPITOMATA QUATTUOR Fragment des Universitätsdruckes: Lucij Annei Flori Illustris historiographi Epitomata quattuor. Quib(us) scite collegit que bella Populos Romanus domi forisq(ue) gessit quib(us) viris et artib(us) imperiu(m) peperit. Et partum auxit; et auctu(m) ad summu(m) fastigiu(m); suis viribus evertit: et eversum tandem per Cesarem Augustum sublimius erexit. Liber Primus - Liber Quartus. (VD16 ZV 25882)

      Leipzig, Jakob Thanner, um 1510. Type 1 und zwei Auszeichnungstypen. O.-Fragment in einem marmorpapierbezogenen neuen Einband mit Titel auf Rücken, fachgerecht angeschöpfte Seitenfragmente mit zahlreichen Marginalien der Zeit, Titelblatt und 16 Textblätter (von 36 Blättern) Kollation Seiten 1-10, 13-16, 21-24, 39-40, 45-46, 49-52, 61-66 (von 72 Seiten), gr. 8°.Beiliegend: 14 Fragmentblätter mit zahlreichen Marginalglossen aus dem Universitätsdruck: Johannes Honorius, Epitomata super novem libros Valerii Maximi, Leipzig J. Thanner, vor 1510, Type 1, und zwei Auszeichnungsschriften.. Die Leipziger Universitätsdrucke (Textausgaben für den Vorlesungsbetrieb) wurden haupsächlich in der Zeit zwischen 1495 und 1518 gedruckt und sind schwer zu datieren, da nur wenige Vergleichsexemplare die Zeit überdauert haben. Die vorliegende, in der heutigen Leipziger Universitätsbibliothek unbekannte Textausgabe der römischen Geschichte aus der Druckerrei Thanners, wird an Hand der Auszeichnungstypen dem Zeitraum zwischen 1504 bis 1511 zugeordnet. Die zahlreichen Marginalien deuten auf eine Verwendung im Vorlesungsbetrieb hin. Die Fragmentblätter stammen aus einer Einbandmakulatur und wurden zusammen mit einem Fragment des "Epitomata super novem libros Valerij Maximi ..." des Johannes Honorius gefunden. Neben dem Titelblatt mit rückseitiger Widmung sind die weiteren Blätter mit folium I - XXXVI gezeichnet. Dieses Fragment weist die Bezeichnungen folium II, III, VI, VII, X, XI, XIX, XXII, XXIIII, XXXI und XXXII auf. Das vollständige Werk können Sie online unter folgendem Link einsehen: http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/0001/bsb00015620/images/

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        Das Irrig Schafe. Der helisch Lew. Kristliche Küngi. Der dreieckecht Spiegel. Der eschengrüdel. Der Klappermul. Der Trostspeigel. Geprediget und gegetütstt, mitsampt den obbestimten Tratäten. Straßburg, Johannes Grüninger 1514. Kl. Fol. XCII Bll., mit 8 großen Holzschn.-Illustrationen (inkl. Titel), Hprgt. d. 19. Jhdt.

      . . VD 16, G 763 - Goedeke I, 400, 15 - STC German 335 - vgl. Adams G 320 u. Ritter, Incunables & Livres XVIe Siecle Bibl. Municipale Strasbourg, 1078 (nur Ausg. 1510) - nicht in Fairfax Murray.- Erste bei Grüninger erschienene Ausgabe im ersten Druck (Titel in schwarz, Holzschn. auf Blatt 20b ohne Monogramm).- Schönes Straßburger Holzschnittbuch. Die sieben Predigten Geilers, die nach Dacheux auf Gerson zurückgehen, behandeln die Themen: Das irig schafe; Der helisch Lew; Kristliche Küngi; De dreieckecht spiegel; der esche(n) grüdel; Dz Klappermul; Der Trostspeigel. Das "Eschengrüdel" ist eine der ersten literarischen Darstellungen und die erste Illustration des Aschenbrödelthemas. Geiler (1455-1510) war einer der beliebtesten Kanzelredner und Schriftsteller der vorreformatorischen Zeit, der mit deutschsprachigen Sammlungen wie dieser große Wirkung erzielte. "Sein eingängiger Stil, der auf Derbheiten und Komik nicht verzichtet, verfehlte seine Wirkung auch auf eine ungebildete Zuhörerschaft nicht" (C. Händl).- Der Holzschnitt "der dreieckecht Spiegel" ist mit "HG" signiert (Nagler No. 979 und 944) schreibt ihn Hans Baldung Grien zu.- Titel verso gestempelt, etw. braun- u. tls. fingerfleckig, kl. Wurmgang, Ebd. leicht berieben.# Second edition of a collection of popular sermons, containing "Der Eschengrüdel" the first printed version of the fairy-tale of Cinderella, and with the woodcut, showing a tired girl leaning on the hearth in the kitchen, presenting the first printed portrait of Cinderella, the prototype for numerous Cinderella-pictures.

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        Parabola filii glutonis profusi atque prodigi nedum venuste verentiam vtiliter & deuote per venerandum patrem fratrem Joannem Meder ordinis minorum obseruantium Basilee concionata & collecta: pro totius anni precipue quadragesime sermonibus accommodata.

      Basel, Michael Furter 1510.. Kl.-8°. (232) Bll. (das letzte weiß). Mit drei verschiedenen Holzschnitt - Druckermarken und 18 ganzseitigen Holzschnitten von 16 Stöcken nach dem "Meister-des-Haintz-Narr". Titel rot und schwarz gedruckt. Neuer Pergamentband (etwas fleckig, Rücken knittrig). Vierte Ausgabe, erste Postinkunabel dieses Textes. Bei den Holzschnitten handelt es sich um einen Illustrationszyklus zur Geschichte vom verlorenen Sohn (Details bei Muther 470). Winkler ("Dürer und die Illustrationen zum Narrenschiff", S. 92 f.) weist die Holzschnitte in den beiden Inkunabelausgaben der Umgebung Dürers zu, mit Vorsicht dem "Haintz-Narr-Meister"; "die Holzschnitte der ersten und zweiten Ausgabe sind in einer dritten, nur in der UB Münster vorhandenen Ausgabe zwischen 1497 und 1500 durch systematischer schraffierte Nachschnitte ersetzt worden...Die Ausgabe von 1510 übernimmt die Holzschnitte dieser letzten vor 1500 und hat zusätzlich, mit dem neuen Titel und dem neuen Druck des Textes, zwei neue Druckermarken Furters" (Hieronymus I, 61). Die Druckermarke Bl. 231r ist bei Grimm, Buchdruckersignete, beschrieben und abgebildet (S. 79). Der Franziskanermönch Johannes Meder (geb. in Baden / Schweiz, gest. 1518 in Kaisersberg / Elsaß), lebte von 1495 - 1502 in einem Basler Kloster. Seine Freundschaft mit Sebastian Brant veranlaßte diesen, für Meders Werk eine Widmung in 11 Distichen zu schreiben. Das "Quadragesimale" (so hieß die Predigtsammlung in den ersten Ausgaben) enthält 50 Traktate um das Gleichnis von verlorenen Sohn, die aus einem Dialog zwischen dem Engel und dem Sohn sowie einer theologischen Auslegung bestehen; 49 schließen mit einer Parabel ab; in Sermo 34 findet sich die antike Sage von Pyramus und Thispe in christlicher Umdeutung. Die Illustrationen gehen auf einen Wunsch des Verfassers zurück. Alter klösterlicher Besitzereintrag auf Titel, letztes Bl. mit Resten eines Blattweisers; durchgehend gering gebräunt, kaum fleckig; oberer Rang etwas knapper beschnitten. Ein schöner Druck mit bedeutenden Illustrationen in überwiegend guten Abdrucken. VD 16, M 1855; BMSTC (German Books) 605; nicht bei Adams. Vgl. Schramm XXII, S. 12 / 13 und Abb. 472 - 504..

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        BUCH DER DROLERIEN: CROY-GEBETBUCH (1 Band Faksimile und 1 Kommentarband) in rotem Samt mit vergoldeten Rosetten (CORON) - Faksimile der Handschrift Cod. 1858 der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek Wien - LIMITIERT

      CORON Exklusiv. DAS CROY-GEBETBUCH: Das Buch der Drolerien Das Croy Gebetbuch verzaubert auf magische Weise durch seine phantastischen Fabelwesen (den Drolerien), die man in dieser Fülle in keinem anderen Stundenbuch findet. Es entstand zwischen 1510 und 1520 im Auftrag des burgundisch-habsburgischen Hofes unter Mitwirkung der berühmten Künstler der Gent-Brügger Schule Simon Bening und Gerard Horenbout. Heute wird die Handschrift als Cod. 1858 in der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek in Wien aufbewahrt. Der CORON Verlag schuf 1993 in aufwendiger Handarbeit lediglich 980 Exemplare (streng limitiert und handnummeriert). Diese Faksimile-Ausgabe ist beim Verlag vergriffen und dort nicht mehr erhältlich. Angebotsumfang: * 1 Band Faksimile * 1 Band Wissenschaftlicher Kommentar Ausstattungsdetails: * Bis ins Detail dem Original aus dem 16. Jahrhundert nachempfunden * Im Originalformat von ca. 19,5 x 13,7 cm * Der Codex umfasst 366 Seiten * 58 farbenprächtigen Miniaturen in höchster Qualität * Mehr als 200 einfallsreiche und vielfältige Drolerien * 12 Kalenderminiaturen * Zahllose verschwenderische Goldapplikationen * Große Anzahl von Ziermotiven * Kostbarer Einband aus roter Seide mit zahlreichen vergoldeten Rosetten * Vergoldete Zierschließe * Rundumgoldschnitt in Echtgold * Aus privater Sammlung * Zustand: * Tadelloses Exemplar * Lagerungsbedingte leichte Abschürfungen der Zierrossetten und Schließen Limitierung: * Streng limitiert auf nur 980 Exemplare weltweit * Längst vergriffen * Sammlerstück und Wertanlage.

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        Preclarissimum atq[ue] divinu[m] opus quod gemma predicantium nuncupatur [...].

      Paris, Francois Regnault, [um 1510].. (16), CCXXVI Bll. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mit großer Holzschnittverlegermarke am Titel und zahlr. Schrotschnittinitialen. (Beigebunden) II: Ders. Divinis humanisq[ue] dignu[m] conspectibus preclarissimu[m] opus sup[er] quattuor novissimis cui speculum mortalium titutlus prefertur [...]. Ebd., (10. XII. 1509). Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mit Holzschnittverlegermarke am letzten Bl. verso. Beide Werke in zweispaltiger gotischer Type. Neuerer Lederband unter Verwendung originalen blindgepr. Deckelbezugsmaterials. Spuren von Bindebändern. 8vo.. Sammelband jeweils früher, hübsch gedruckter Pariser Postinkunabelausgaben. Der Franziskaner Nikolaus de Nyse (de Niise) aus Beuzeville (Normandie) "war vor seinem Ordenseintritt in Valognes Kanoniker und Generalvikar des Bischofs Godefroid von Coutances. Nach dem Abschluß des Noviziates lebte er zurückgezogen und verfaßte möglicherweise neben einer Lehrtätigkeit sein dogmatisches Kompendium. Danach erwarb er sich in weiten Teilen Frankreichs einen guten Ruf als Prediger. Wegen seines vorbildlichen Lebens wurden ihm im Orden verschiedene Ämter aufgetragen [... Er lehnte sich] an die Hochscholastik an, verfuhr jedoch eklektisch und benützte vor allem Alexander von Hales, Thomas von Aquin, Richard von Mediavilla, Duns Scotus und Franz von Mayronis" (Bautz, BBKL VI, 920). Denyse starb 1509 in Rouen. - Einband berieben; innen durchgehend etwas wasserrandig. Einige wenige alte Anstreichungen bzw. Marginalien. Am Titel des ersten Werkes hs. Besitzvermerk der Kapuziner Avignon.

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        Liber illustrium virorum. (Und:) C. Suetonii Tranquilli De grammaticis et rhetoribus claris libellus. Ex Castigatione Philippi Beroaldi.

      (Straßburg, Matthäus Schürer, März 1510).. (28) Bll. Mod. Halbpergamentband unter Verwendung alten Pergaments. 4to.. Frühe Straßburger Ausgabe dieser Plinius dem Jüngeren untergeschobenen, eigentlich wohl von Aurelius Victor stammenden Schrift. Aurelius lebte im vierten Jahrhundert nach Christus und war wahrscheinlich Präfekt von Patagonien und Konsul im Jahr 373. - Die obere Ecke durchgehend tintenfleckig, sonst auch etwas fingerfleckig bzw. mit kl. Wasserrändern. Einige wenige Anstreichungen und Marginalien der Zeit. Selten. - VD 16, P 3506 (= S 10090). BNHCat A 770.

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        Jakobus Minor. Kupferstich.

      Um 1510.. In der Platte oben links mit dem Monogramm. Ausgezeichneter, feinzeichnender Druck mit leichtem Plattenton und partiell Plattenschmutz. Auf Bütten meist mit der Einfassungslinie, nur am linken Rand oben auf diese geschnitten. 11,6 x 7,2 cm (Papier).. Bartsch 96. Volbehr 93. The New Hollstein 96 b. Schönes Blatt aus der Folge "Christus uns die Apostel". - Am Unterrand minimal fleckig, sonst sehr gutes Exemplar.

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        Opus aureum ornatum omni lapide super Evangeliis totius anni. Pars Secunda [ex duobus]

      al fin: [Paris] sumptibus prestantis bibliopole Johannis Petit, Johannis merchatoris impressum, 1510. 8vo.; portada con la insignia de Jean Petit, 3 hojas, la última blanca, CCXXXII ff. Bella impresión en letra gótica. Encuadernación de época, en pergamino. Un rarísimo impreso lionés postincunable de Juan de Vingles, de la obra del humanista dominico, inquisidor en Turin.

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        DE EFFICACIA AQUAE BENEDICTAE

      Nuremberg: Johannes Stüchs, 1510. Hardcover. 203 x 149 mm (8 x 5 7/8"). [8] leaves. Later (19th century?) light green pastepaper boards decorated with an all-over pattern of gilt scrolling vines, some terminating in grotesques and inhabited by rabbits, wolves, and birds. TITLE PAGE WITH A FINE LARGE (114 x 89 mm.) WOODCUT DEPICTING A CLERIC PREPARING TO BLESS A CROWD WITH HOLY WATER in a courtyard outside a church. Final leaf with publisher's device. Inscriptions on title page (one a Latin motto) and on one other leaf in two or possibly three early hands. STC German, p. 876. Minor (partly patched) worming to foot of first three leaves (woodcut not affected, but with small losses to a handful of letters), title page faintly soiled, otherwise excellent, the binding clean and sound, the leaves fresh, and with deep impressions of the type. First published ca. 1475, this treatise explains the origin of the custom of using Holy Water in church ceremonies and defends its healing efficacy to counter sterility and other lamentable conditions. Turrecremata (Juan de Torquemada, 1388-1468) was a Spanish Dominican monk who studied in Paris. He attended several church councils and defended the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception at the council of Basel. He became a cardinal in 1439 and was known for his charity. Incunabular editions of this work were published without illustration, and ours may be the first printing to be illustrated. Early printings of this work are uniformly rare: ABPC lists an aggregate total of four copies of all the editions at auction since 1975.

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        [ Book of Hours ]

      Rouen, France: c.1510 . 0. A very good single printed leaf from a "Book of Hours" published in Rouen, France c. 1510 . Latin text with hand coloured capitals on both sides, and hand coloured full-page illustration of Jesus carrying his cross, surrounded by people in mediaeval dress and a seated white dog to the fore-ground, framed by architectural designs incorporating columns and arcades. Nice bright colours. The leaf measures 7" x 4.5" (18 cm x 11.5cm). Contained within a double glazed frame (so you can see both the front and the rear of the leaf) 12.25" x 9.5" (31cm x 24.5) . The inclusion of a dog amongst other meanings in mediaeval christianity, was a symbol of faith, explaining the popular canine name "Fido," the Latin word for faith. Below the illustration is the following Latin verse: 'Domine labia mea aperies Et os meum annunciabit'. This and other Psalms were so well known to medieval worshipers that each Psalm was often indicated only by its incipit, or opening line. [Thou O Lord wilt open my lips And my mouth shall declare thy praise - Psalm 50 v. 17]. The reader is expected to recite the remaining lines from memory. To the rear of the illustration is a page of Latin text within a foliate border and two small biblical wood-cuts to the right margin. The text reads: ' devoto femineo jesu. Domine evau di orationem meam. Et clamoi me-ad te veniat. Oremus. Concede nos famulos tuos, quaesumus, Domine Deus, perpetua mentis et Corporis sanitatem gaudere : et, gloriosa beatae Mariae semper Virginis intercessione, a praesenti liberari trisititia, et aeterna perfuri laetitia. Per Dominum nostrum. Amen Benedicamus dominio deo gratias. "Ad matutinas de cruce." with one coloured capital. This I believe is the last leaf of Hours of the Virgin (Matins), and the next leaf would be the beginning of Hours of the Cross (Matins) . ** "The essential text of any book of hours is the Hours of the Virgin, also known as the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is a devotional work composed of a set of psalms interspersed with lessons, prayers, and brief phrases of praise and petition. It was first written in the ninth century for the use of the clergy, but adapted over time for the laity, and was extremely popular from the mid-thirteenth through sixteenth centuries. By the end of the period, printed books rather than manuscripts dominated. The "hours" refer to the eight canonical hours of the day: Matins, Lauds, Prime, Terce, Sext, None, Vespers, and Compline. These hours were based in the ancient Roman systems for time, and were the hours of prayer in the Divine Office, chanted in monasteries and by the clergy, beginning with Matins and Lauds, which were sung before dawn. Books of hours were also used to teach children to read; the word "primer" comes from "Prime," the first daytime hour. Each of the eight hours begins with a series of short lines, called versicles and responses. Matins begins Domine labia mea aperies et os meum annunciabit laudem tuam Deus in adjutorium meum intende (Lord, open my lips and my mouth shall tell forth thy praise. God, come to my assistance.) " - See Metropolitan Museum Of Art. .

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        Sermonum Decas. Ad Angelum Colotium Aesinatem.

      (A la fin:) Argentorati, Mathias Schurer, Mense Martio, 1510. - in-4. 8ff. 110pp. Cartonnage du XIXs. Seconde édition (Ière: Rome, après 1503) de ce rare recueil destiné aux adolescents, du grammairien et pédagogue italien Antonio Mancinellus (1452-c.1506). Les textes nombreux qui composent ce volume traitent des sujets d'enseignement les plus variés: sciences, histoire, droit, m?urs, moral, religion, etc. On peut citer à titre d'exemple: "De laudibus Agricultura seu Rusticae Vitae", "De Agricultura Scriptoribus", "De Inventoribus Astronomiae", "De Orationis origine", "Medicina laudes", "De Gubernatorum Reipub. officio", "Religionis auctoris primi", "An Iudeorum et infidelium pueri", " Commendatio pueri", "Electi praeceptoris", "Convivium quid prisci convivii necessariae", etc. Jolie impression en lettres rondes. Petit trou de ver. Très bon exemplaire. Graesse, IV, 359. Manque à la Bibliothèque Nationale qui n'a qu'une édition de 1511. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Till Eulenspiegel

      [Holland], ca. 1510. Slight restoration to small portion of tower and sky, else fine. No margins. Approximately 173 x 139 mm (7 x 5-1/2 inches).

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        Il Bacio di Giuda

      La serie della ?Grande Passione?, circa 1496-1511, è composta dal titolo e da undici tavole. Sette di queste dodici xilografie, furono disegnate prima del 1500, le restanti quattro nel 1510. Già le prime sette tavole, mostrano una profonda innovazione stilistica rispetto alla contemporanea produzione grafica in Germania alla fine del quindicesimo secolo. Questo nuovo modo di disegnare e modellare, con il quale il Durer interpreta i drammatici eventi finali della vita di Cristo, ha rivoluzionato lo sviluppo della xilografia nel sedicesimo secolo. Tornando dal suo secondo viaggio in Italia (1507), influenzato dagli artisti Italiani di quel periodo, il Durer sviluppò ulteriormente e significativamente il suo modo di disegnare. Egli cominciò a concepire le forme come contrasti di luce ed ombre, e sostituì all?esagerato vigore delle linee la delicatezza del segno. Le ultime quattro tavole della ?Grande Passione? risultano quindi stilisticamente molto differenti da quelle disegnate prima del 1500. L?armonia nelle composizioni che riuscì ad esprimere in queste, è frutto di molti anni di studio della teoria Rinascimentale di prospettiva e proporzione. Xilografia datata e monogrammata nella tavola in basso a sinistra. Buona prova dalla prima edizione con il testo latino del 1511, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, con inusuali ampli margini, leggero assottigliamento della carta perfettamente restaurato al verso della parte superiore destra, per il resto in eccellente stato di conservazione. Al verso timbro duplicato del The Art Institute of Chicago The "Great Passion" series, circa 1496-1511, is made up of twelve woodcuts, in which the author depicts the tragic final events in Christ's life. The first seven of these were made before the year 1500, while the last four can be dated around 1510. These first seven plates already reveal deep stylistic innovations compared to contemporary German graphic works dating from the end of the fifteenth century. Returning home from his second journey to Italy (1507), Durer was profoundly influenced by the works of his artistic peers in that country. He began to conceive figures as being born out of the opposition between light and shadow, also introducing the use of more delicate outlines in his drawings. These innovations can be seen in the last four plates of the "Great Passion". The harmony which can be perceived in these works is the outcome of several years of studying the Renaissance theories of perspective and symmetry. Woodcut, 1510, dated and monogrammed on plate at lower left. Good proof from the first Latin edition of 1511, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark, unusually wide margins, slightly thinned and perfectly repaired paper on verso at upper right, otherwise in excellent conditions. Duplicate stamp of The Art Institute of Chicago on verso. Bartsch 7. 280 395

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        Elementorum libri XIII, cum expositione Theonis insignis mathematici... Bar(tolomeo) Zamber(to) Vene(to) interprete. -

      (Colophon:) Venezia, Tacuino, 1510.In-folio picc. Legatura coeva in assi di cipresso con tracce di fermagli di cuoio e ottone, angoli usati, dorso rifatto nel primo '900 in pelle impr. a secco. Frontespizio con le prime due linee silografate e con una bella vignetta raffigurante S. Giovani Battista, foglio A1 con magnifico bordo su tre lati ed una grande iniziale rossa, 21 belle e grandi iniziali (12 con putti), moltissimi graziosi capilettera su fondo nero, innumerevoli figure geometriche e diagrammi n.t., marca tipografica in fine, il tutto inc. in legno. (10), (230) ff.; frontespizio ingiallito e lievemente macchiato, alcuni fogli un po' arrossati e piccoli forellini di tarlo al principio ed in fine. Pregevole ed assai rara edizione della celebre opera. Essling 283. Adams E-973. Riccardi II, 645. Honeyman 974. Thomas Stanford, Euclid, n.5 e p.5: «... a very important edition appeared in 1505 printed at Venice by Joannes Tacuinus. It was translated into Latin from a Greek text by Bartolommeo Zamberti... The volume itself is a first-rate example of the Venetian book of the time. There is an elaborate title-page with the printer's well-known cut of John the Baptist at the foot. The first page of the text has a fine border, and the larger initials are a charming set depicting children playing. The enunciations are printed in gothic, the demonstrations in roman type. In 1510 some of the same sheets were reissued with a freshly printed last page containig the colophon, a misreading of which has often led to the issue being described as of 1517. Both issues seem to be amongst the rarest of early Euclids...» With a vignette on title, a most attractive and large three-side border on A1, several large and small decorative initials, numerous geometrical figures and diagrams, and a woodcut printer's device at end. Contemp. wooden boards with remains of leather and metal clasps, early 20th c. blind-stamped calf spine; corners worn. Generally a fresh copy, with some foxing and light soiling on a few leaves, and small wormholes at beginning and end occasionally just touching the text.

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        La lavanda dei piedi

      Xilografia, monogrammata in basso a destra. Della serie " La Piccola Passione". In ottimo stato di conservazione. Bartsch 25; Tib 225; Meder 134 C/C 100 130

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        Opus aureum ornatum omni lapide super Evangeliis totius anni. Pars Secunda [ex duobus].

      al fin: [Paris] sumptibus prestantis bibliopole Johannis Petit, Johannis merchatoris impressum, 1510. 8vo.; portada con la insignia de Jean Petit, 3 hojas, la última blanca, CCXXXII ff. Bella impresión en letra gótica. Encuadernación de época, en pergamino. Un rarísimo impreso lionés postincunable de Juan de Vingles, de la obra del humanista dominico, inquisidor en Turin.

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        Spica voluminum quattuor. Versilogus.

      Soncino 1510 In 4° (mm 225x145); XLVIII carte con segnatura A-f8. Bella legatura di fine XIX secolo in piena pelle, con ricca e fine cornice dorata ai piatti; dorso a quattro nervi con decorazioni dorate e tassello in marocchino verde recante titolo e autore impressi in oro al dorso; dentelles dorate. Pregevole e raro postincunabolo pesarese di una delle più celebri grammatiche del Rinascimento nell'unico esemplare completo a noi noto. Manzoni ne fa menzione, dicendo che "per diligenti ricerche che abbia fatto, non mi è mai riuscito di vedere alcun esemplare di questa edizione". Bell' esemplare con barbe; piccoli antichi restauri al margine esterno delle prime tre carte; lievi tracce di sporco superficiale ad alcune carte. Piccole mende alla legatura.Manzoni (Annali del Soncino, pag. 241); Sandal, 51.

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        Oratio Habita in Funere Clarissimi Impe. Nicolai Ursini Nolae Petiliani que Principis

      Venice, 1510. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. A funeral oration for Nicolo Orsini by the noted humanist intellectual and famous defender of Erasmus, Egnazio. Orsini was a mercenary who worked for Venice to defend Padua against the Cambrai league. Often dated as 1509 (which is given on the final inscription in the volume) but likely 1510 as Orsini died early in that year. In later marbled wraps, slight foxing, scattered early notes in the margins, but otherwise clean. 26 printed leaves and a final blank. Orsini has an impressive monument at his tomb at the Basillica di San Giovanni. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; History. Inventory No: 040650. .

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        The Fitzwilliam Book of Hours

      London: The Folio Society. F. 2009. Hardcover. 2 Volumes: Facsimile volume bound in silk brocade, all edges gilt, ribbon bookmark bound in, internally clean and bright. Commentary volume bound in quarter cloth over boards with titles on spine and paper label bearing titles on upper board, 144pp, internally clean and bright. Two fine volumes contained in a clamshell box. , Created around 1510 probably in Bruges, the Fitzwilliam Book of Hours represents the last and most flamboyant period of manuscript production. By the early sixteenth century, the Book of Hours had become the quintessential text for private devotion, a corner stone of the European book trade, and the manuscript type that showcased the final, most exuberant phase of medieval and Renaissance illumination. The illumination was the work of four main artists. Two of them, the Master of the Dresden Prayer Book (act. c.1465–c.1515) and the Master of James IV of Scotland (act. 1487–1526), were among the most distinguished and influential Flemish illuminators active around 1500. Together with the elusive Master of St Michael, an equally inventive artist whose work outside this manuscript remains to be identified, they made impressive guest appearances. The rest of the manuscript was illuminated by the Painter of Additional 15677. He was also the manuscript’s designer and the manager of this ambitious collaborative project., 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

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        Oratio Habita in Funere Clarissimi Impe. Nicolai Ursini Nolae Petiliani que Principis

      Venice, 1510. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. A funeral oration for Nicolo Orsini by the noted humanist intellectual and famous defender of Erasmus, Egnazio. Orsini was a mercenary who worked for Venice to defend Padua against the Cambrai league. Often dated as 1509 (which is given on the final inscription in the volume) but likely 1510 as Orsini died early in that year. In later marbled wraps, slight foxing, scattered early notes in the margins, but otherwise clean. 26 printed leaves and a final blank. Orsini has an impressive monument at his tomb at the Basillica di San Giovanni. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; History. Inventory No: 040650. .

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        Till Eulenspiegel

      [Holland], ca. 1510. Slight restoration to small portion of tower and sky, else fine. No margins. Approximately 173 x 139 mm (7 x 5-1/2 inches). hinged to archival mat Lucas van Leyden (1484-1533). Lucas van Leyden , also named either Lucas Hugensz or Lucas Jacobsz, was a Dutch engraver and painter, born and mainly active in Leiden. van Leyden was among the first Dutch exponents of genre painting and is generally regarded as one of the finest engravers in the history of art.& & This print was once in the collection of Baron Adrien Wittert .

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        Trogi pompeii historia per iustinum in compendium redacta proxime q. emendatissime edita. mediolani, apud leonardum vegium, 1510 nonis maii.

      In-folio (305x205mm), ff. CXXV, legatura settecentesca p. pergamena rigida. Bei capilettera ornati. Explicit al colophon. Glosse marginali di mano rinascimentale al margine di numerose cc. Fioriture e arrossature normali. Bell'esemplare. Raro postincunabolo milanese del compendio di Pompeo Trogo redatto da Giustino. Giustino, la cui editio princeps latina, per i tipi iensoniani, aveva visto la luce nel 1470, fu ancora assai fruito in età rinascimentale in quanto epitomatore latino delle ""Filippiche"" di Pompeo Trogo. Vissuto in data incerta, ma ubicabile cronologicamente tra la fine del II secolo d.C. e il principio del III, egli trascelse i brani di Pompeo Trogo secondo un preponderante gusto anedottico. L'opera, ricca di notizie sulla Grecia antica, ma anche sul mondo fenicio, giudaico e oriantale, fu largamente utilizzata anche dai Padri della Chiesa e in età medievale per la corrività della sua impostazione storiografica, passibile di immediata consultazione ed estrapolabilità. Manca all'Adams e a STC Italian. EDIT16 CNCE 41122 (7 copie censite in EDIT16, di cui una mutila).

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        [ Book of Hours ] .

      Rouen, France: c.1510 .. A very good single printed leaf from a "Book of Hours" published in Rouen, France c. 1510 . Latin text with hand coloured capitals on both sides, and hand coloured full-page illustration of Jesus carrying his cross, surrounded by people in mediaeval dress and a seated white dog to the fore-ground, framed by architectural designs incorporating columns and arcades. Nice bright colours. The leaf measures7" x 4.5" (18 cm x 11.5cm). Contained within a double glazed frame (so you can see both the front and the rear of the leaf) 12.25" x 9.5" (31cm x 24.5) .The inclusion of a dog amongst other meanings in mediaeval christianity, was a symbol of faith, explaining the popular canine name "Fido," the Latin word for faith. Below the illustration is the following Latin verse: 'Domine labia mea aperies Et os meum annunciabit'. This and other Psalms were so well known to medieval worshipers that each Psalm was often indicated only by its incipit, or opening line. [Thou O Lord wilt open my lips And my mouth shall declare thy praise - Psalm 50 v. 17]. The reader is expected to recite the remaining lines from memory. To the rear of the illustration is a page of Latin text within a foliate border and two small biblical wood-cuts to the right margin. The text reads: ' devoto femineo jesu. Domine evau di orationem meam. Et clamoi me-ad te veniat. Oremus. Concede nos famulos tuos, quaesumus, Domine Deus, perpetua mentis et Corporis sanitatem gaudere : et, gloriosa beatae Mariae semper Virginis intercessione, a praesenti liberari trisititia, et aeterna perfuri laetitia. Per Dominum nostrum. Amen Benedicamus dominio deo gratias. "Ad matutinas de cruce." with one coloured capital. This I believe is the last leaf of Hours of the Virgin (Matins), and the next leaf would be the beginning of Hours of the Cross (Matins) . ** "The essential text of any book of hours is the Hours of the Virgin, also known as the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is a devotional work composed of a set of psalms interspersed with lessons, prayers, and brief phrases of praise and petition. It was first written in the ninth century for the use of the clergy, but adapted over time for the laity, and was extremely popular from the mid-thirteenth through sixteenth centuries. By the end of the period, printed books rather than manuscripts dominated. The "hours" refer to the eight canonical hours of the day: Matins, Lauds, Prime, Terce, Sext, None, Vespers, and Compline. These hours were based in the ancient Roman systems for time, and were the hours of prayer in the Divine Office, chanted in monasteries and by the clergy, beginning with Matins and Lauds, which were sung before dawn. Books of hours were also used to teach children to read; the word "primer" comes from "Prime," the first daytime hour. Each of the eight hours begins with a series of short lines, called versicles and responses. Matins begins Domine labia mea aperies et os meum annunciabit laudem tuam Deus in adjutorium meum intende (Lord, open my lips and my mouth shall tell forth thy praise. God, come to my assistance.) " - See Metropolitan Museum Of Art.

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