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2019-01-19 21:52:32
Anonimo
1510. Bulino, 1590 circa, priva di firma e dati editoriali. In alto a sinistra, "America, agresti ignorantia, in occidente", nel margine inferiore: America auro et argento meos repleo. Da un disegno attribuito a Gérard Groeningen Bella prova, ben contrastata, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non leggibile, irregolarmente rifilata ai margini, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. Questa incisione è parte di una serie di quattro stampe che sono copie, con alcune varianti, della serie "I Quattro Continenti" incise da Pieter Nagel e la cui composizione è attribuita a Gerard Van Groeningen intorno 1571. Nella serie originale solo "Asia" è monogramma "GP. INVEN", in basso a destra. Engraving, 1590 circa. Lettered in the upper left "America, agresti ignorantia, in occidente" in the lower margin America auro et argento meos repleo. Good example, printed on contemporary laid paper, with unidentified watermark, irregularly trimmed at marging, otherwise in good condition. This engraving belongs to a series of four, which are copies with variations of a series of four engravings "The four continents" attributed to the designer Gerard Van Groeningen, around 1571, and engraved by Pieter Nagel. In the original series only "Asia" is monogrammed "GP.INVEN" (G and P interlaced) lower right. Santiago Sebastian, "La imagen alegorico-emblematica de los lugares geograficos: el catafalco de Maria de Borbon" Catalogue d' exposition édition Réunion des musées nationaux, 1999 (Notice : Page 128 N° 17, repr. p.17 N° 6.) 312 227mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2018-11-29 00:07:21
BARTOLOMEO, da Pisa (Rinonichi).
Milano, Gotardo da Ponte, 18.IX, 1510. In-folio, (mm 290x204), ff. (4), CCLVI ff. legatura secentesca in pelle, titolo su tassello e ricchi fregi in oro al dorso, cerniera anteriore e cuffia superiore restaurate. Al frontespizio bordura a racemi, una grande vignetta con Francesco che riceve le stimmate e grande impresa di Gotardo da Ponte; al verso silografia grandiosa silografia che rafigura Francesco ai piedi di un albero "genealogico" delle 40 conformità, sul quale è crocefisso Cristo; Mortimer nota che ''this representation of the material of the text in the form of a tree was part of the original manuscript submitted by Bartholomaeus for approbation in 1399'' (Harvard, It. n.44). Nel testo, tre ripetizioni del legno delle stimmate e varie grandi capilettera istoriate. Prima edizione dell'opera che ha assicurato per secoli larga fama al frate minore Bartolomeo de Rinonichi, professore nei ginnasi di Padova, Siena e Pisa e predicatore illustre. Composto tra il 1385 e il 1390, e approvato ufficialmente dall'Ordine il 2 agosto 1399, durante il Capitolo generale di Assisi, sviluppa sino alle ultime conseguenze il tema della conformità tra la vita di Cristo e quella di s. Francesco, unico fra tutti i santi ad avvicinarsi in maniera totale al proprio modello divino. L'opera, divisa in tre grandi libri, mette a profitto la maggior parte delle fonti disponibili nella seconda metà del Trecento, compresi gli scrittori francescani spirituali; con una serie di parallelismi sintetici tra i due: come la vita di Gesù ha avuto quaranta frutti spirituali altrettanti ne darà la vita di s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-11-13 07:03:59
Jean Duchesne
Condition: Very Good. Certified second hand articles More than 3.000.000 articles in shop Easy and safe purchase L'affaire Jacques Fesch by Jean Duchesne | Book | condition very good Condition second hand - very good Publisher Duchesne Medium Taschenbuch EAN 9782877062206 Delivery address: Change after payment is not possible. Shipping: To United Kingdom Books Fiction Books for children & teenagers Detective novels & thrillers ... and much more Music Pop Rock Children's music & audio stories ... and much more Movies Drama Action & Adventure Comedy & Entertainment ... and much more Games PlayStation 3 Nintendo DS PC ... and much more Software Children & Family Operating System School & Studies ... and much more Condition Description We try to assess the exact condition of the goods as objectively as possible. Prior to sale, each article is examined manually by us and its condition assessed according to the following criteria. Should there be deviations in any case from the condition stated, we would very much appreciate it if you would contact us before giving a review. Books & Media: new: Unused article in top condition The article is shrink-wrapped where it is delivered in this condition by the manufacturer very good: Second-hand article is in a very good condition Article hardly shows any traces of usage Pages are undamaged and contain no markings or notes Jacket or accessories are intact if included in the scope of delivery Jacket and accessories are intact where included in the scope of delivery. Jacket, cover and booklet may have just slight signs of usage but are not … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: momox-shop1 [Berlin, DE]
2018-11-12 01:56:14
Suetonius
Florentiae : Opera & impensa Philippi de Guinta Florentini, Idibus Februarii M.D.X, 1510. Small volume approx. 16.5 x 10 cm, bound in mint green glazed paper-covered boards with brown leather backstrip and corners, spine label lettered in gilt and "GIUNTI / 1510" at base of spine; clean tight and unmarked with very occasional age spotting, leaves numbered [I]-CLXXIX [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stony Hill Books [Madison, WI, U.S.A.]
2018-11-02 23:25:01
Geiler von Kaysersberg Johannes
Strasbourg Matthias Schürer [ca. 1510]. Seven parts in one volume in small 4o (196x139 mm). Collation: A8, B-C4, D8, E-F4, G6, H4; a8, b-c4, d8, e4, f6; aa6, bb8, cc-dd4, ee8; Aa6, Bb8, Cc6, Dd4 (Dd2 signed Dd3), Ee4, Ff8; (a-(b8, (c-(d6; (A6, (B4; AA4, BB6, CC4, DD4, EE6. [204] leaves, complete with all five blank leaves (fols H4, ee8, (d6, (B4, and EE6). Gothic type. Title and six sectional titles with woodcuts. Blank spaces for capitals, with printed guide letters. First five quires rubricated in red, Lombard initials painted in red, in a contemporary hand. Contemporary blind-stamped, pink-stained half pigskin and wooden boards. One brass clasp, lacking the tip of the catch. Spine with three double raised bands. The lower wooden board slightly wormed. A good copy, small repair to the upper margin of the first leaf. Some wormholes mostly to the outer margin, occasionally affecting partial letters but not legibility. The woodcut is slightly offset on the separate title-pages. Some contemporary Latin marginalia, in an early hand, and a note on the verso of the front flyleaf, no longer legible.Provenance: Arthur and Charlotte Vershbow, acquired from Gilhofer e Ranschberg, 1983 (ex-libris on the front pastedown; see The Collection of Arthur e Charlotte Vershbow, Christie's New York, 9-10 April 2013, lot 186). First edition of seven small tracts adapted into German by the Swiss-born Johannes Geiler von Kaysersberg, preacher at the Strasbourg Cathedral, from the moral sermons of theologian Jean Gerson (1363-1429) whose works he had edited from 1488 to 1502. Geiler "was a popula … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-11-01 09:07:34
[Hardouin Brothers]
Illuminated zodiac man from a 16th-century French book of hours printed on vellum, probably from the workshop of Germain and Gillet Hardouin. During the late 15th and early 16th centuries printers often borrowed stylistically from manuscripts, and used vellum and colourful illuminations to increase the cachet of printed books. In France this trade was dominated by the Hardouin brothers, who were active between 1510 and 1550. Gillet was a printer, and unusually, all the illuminations were overseen in-house by his brother Germain, who was registered with the Guild of Illuminators. The "Homo anatomicus", bloodletting man, or zodiac man -- a type of diagram that codified the relationship between the microcosm of the human body and the divine macrocosm -- had its origin in classical thought and was a feature of European and Middle Eastern books of hours, almanacs, and medical texts throughout the Middle Ages and Renaissance. This example depicts man as a corpse surrounded by text explaining the relationship between the signs of the zodiac, the parts of the body, and the four humours. The temperaments associated with the four humours are depicted in the smaller illuminations. Clockwise for the top left they are: the choleric temperament symbolised by a warrior with lion; the sanguine, with a hawk and monkey; melancholy surrounded by stars; and the phlegmatic with a lamb. Paris: Hardouin, early 16th century. Single leaf from a French book of hours, printed on vellum and hand illuminated (185 x 115 mm). Professionally mounted, framed and glazed using archival materials. On the re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Alembic Rare Books [United Kingdom]
2018-10-22 01:32:18
Charles de Bovelles
1510. Text in Latin. Profusely illustrated with numerous schematic and figurative woodcuts in text, several of which are full-page, as well as several tables; plus numerous woodcut initials. Title within historiated woodcut border with winding vines, flowers and angels; incorporating the arms of the University of Paris and the initials of Henricus Stephanus. Chancery Folio. Rebound in modern half-leather, tooled in blind, over wooden boards, retaining 2 front fly leaves from an early binding. Spine with raised bands; printed paper title-label in gothic script on front cover; edges speckled red. Printed in Paris by Henri Estienne for Jean Petit, 1510. (Date from the main colophon; individual works have special colophons with various dates ranging within 1509-10). First Edition of Bovelles important collection of 12 philosophical and mathematical works. A major contribution to the philosophical thought of the Renaissance. Perhaps the most significant work is the Liber de Sapiente. It is of great importance to intellectual history, as it exemplifies the transition from the Medieval to the Renaissance way of thinking. According to Ernst Cassirer, this remarkable treatise constitutes the immediate continuation and the systematic development of the basic ideas in Picos Oration (on the Dignity of Man). Bovillus De Sapiente is perhaps the most curious and in some respects the most characteristic creation of Renaissance philosophy. In no other work can we find such an intimate union of old and new ideas. (E. Cassirer, The Individual and the Cosmos in Renaissance Philosophy, p. 88). … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: George Robert Minkoff, Inc., ABAA [Great Barrington, MA, U.S.A.]
2018-10-17 03:17:40
Giustino (Marcus Junianius Justinus) - Floro (Lucius Annaeus Florus)
Opera atque impensa Philippi de Giunta Florentini, 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 & suptu Philippi Iuntae 1517, 126 cc. (di 128, manca la carta 121 e la carta finale). 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.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [Italy]
2018-10-14 19:41:18
Leyden, Lucas van (1494 – Leyden – 1533)
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.
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH [Oberursel im Taunus, Germany]
2018-09-18 18:43:02
Van Leyden, Lucas
Np: Np, 1510. Fine. Van Leyden, Lucas. 11.5 x 7 cm. Four mounted engraved plates, all with strong dark impressions, each with collection mark on verso. BARTSCH Nos. 87-90. Mounted by Artuur Baldinger Kunsthandel Lijstenmarkerj Jodenbreestrat 16. Amsterdam. Lucas van Leyden was among the first Dutch exponents of genre painting and is generally regarded as a very accomplished engraver. Born in 1494, the engravings herein are early efforts by a highly skilled engraver who learned his art at a very early age: the earliest known print by him (Mohammed and the Murdered Monk) dates from 1508, when he was perhaps only 14.
Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Ardsley, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-09-18 18:43:02
Van Leyden, Lucas
Np: Np, 1510. Fine. Van Leyden, Lucas. 11.5 x 7 cm. Four mounted engraved plates, all with strong dark impressions, each with collection mark on verso. BARTSCH Nos. 95-98. Mounted by Artuur Baldinger Kunsthandel Lijstenmarkerj Jodenbreestrat 16. Amsterdam. Lucas van Leyden was among the first Dutch exponents of genre painting and is generally regarded as a very accomplished engraver. Born in 1494, the engravings herein are early efforts by a highly skilled engraver who learned his art at a very early age: the earliest known print by him (Mohammed and the Murdered Monk) dates from 1508, when he was perhaps only 14.
Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Ardsley, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-08-02 02:13:13
BOOK OF HOURS
1510. 8vo, 155 x 112mm, 101 leaves (plus two original endleaves at back), complete, collation: i6, ii-xii, xiii7 (last leaf a cancelled blank), foliated in blue ink (probably in seventeenth or eighteenth century), single column of 30 lines in a squat and angular professional bookhand, small initials in liquid gold on square blue and red-brown grounds (some 2-line ones enclosing flowerheads picked out in gold paint), with linefillers in same, ten large initials marking each major break in text (7 to 10 lines in height) in soft purple bars encased within ribbon-like curls all edged with white penwork, on dull gold grounds enclosing realistic foliage sprays terminating in flowerheads and strawberries, each initial within a coloured frame heightened with liquid gold penwork and with a decorated outer border of gold and coloured acanthus leaves and foliage on blank parchment or dull gold grounds, occasional text leaves with similar decorated text borders, single half-page arch-topped miniature opening the Hours of the Virgin, framed with a thin gold bar, full decorated border as previous, slight flaking of paint from Virgin's robe and angel's face, slight scuffing to borders in a few places, last few leaves slightly cockled,but overall in good and presentable condition.; contemporary French binding of tooled brown leather over wooden boards (these weathered and crackled, and boards re-edged and spine rebacked), two working metal clasps Text: The volume contains a Calendar (fol. 1r); the Passion readings from the Gospel of John (fol. 7r) and prayers including the "Egressus est do … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [United Kingdom]
2018-07-08 11:11:02
Van Leyden, Lucas
Np: Np, 1510. Fine. Van Leyden, Lucas. 11.5 x 7 cm. Four mounted engraved plates, first three with strong dark impression, last in gray tones, each with collection mark on verso. BARTSCH Nos. 91-94. Mounted by Artuur Baldinger Kunsthandel Lijstenmarkerj Jodenbreestrat 16. Amsterdam. Lucas van Leyden was among the first Dutch exponents of genre painting and is generally regarded as a very accomplished engraver. Born in 1494, the engravings herein are early efforts by a highly skilled engraver who learned his art at a very early age: the earliest known print by him (Mohammed and the Murdered Monk) dates from 1508, when he was perhaps only 14.
Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Ardsley, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-07-05 06:27:13
Homer. Translated by Raphaello Maffei
Rome: Per Lacoubum Mazochium, 1510. One of the earliest Latin translations of Homer's epic poem, translated from the Greek by Roman Hellenic scholar Raphaello Maffei (Raphael of Volterra). Quarto, bound in contemporary vellum, rebacked, woodcut titles and printer's device to the title page and at end of text. From the library of Robert R. Dearden, Jr. of Philadelphia with his bookplate to the front panel. American bibliophile and author Robert R. Dearden was known for his extensive rare bible collection with a focus on early editions of American Bibles. He authored the book The Guiding Light on the Great Highway (1929), elaborately illustrated with photographs of his collection. Minor wear and a few small repairs to the title page. A very good example of this important work which has survived over five centuries. Attributed to the singular ancient Greek poet Homer, the Iliad and the Odyssey are considered to be the most important works of ancient Greek literature. The Iliad, set in the midst of the ten-year Trojan War focuses on the quarrel between King Agamemnon and the warrior Achilles. The Odyssey tells the epic tale of the journey of Odysseus, King of Ithaca after the fall of Troy. The Homeric Question, concerning the tales' true authorship, continues to be debated - with some scholars believing the poems to be the work of many contributors over the course of centuries. In addition to his best-known work Commentariorum rerum urbanarum libri XXXVIII, Italian humanist, historian and theologian Raffaello Maffei translated from Greek into Latin the Odyssey of Homer, the Oe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
2018-06-08 15:46:04
GEILER VON KAYSERSBERG, Johannes
Matthias Schürer, Strasburg, 1510. Seven parts in one vol., 4to, ff. [203], with a title woodcut to each of the seven parts; small hole to upper outer margin of main title; leaf c4 a bit stained on verso; a little light worming and minor dampstaining; a very attractive copy in contemporary blindstamped half pigskin over wooden boards; traces of clasps; lower cover with the outer section of the board renewed. FIRST EDITION OF THESE SEVEN TRACTS BY THE FAMOUS WRITER AND PREACHER, INCLUDING DER ESCHEN GRÜDEL, THE EARLIEST PRINTED VERSION OF CINDERELLA, AND CONTAINING ONE OF THE EARLIEST ILLUSTRATIONS OF THAT CHARACTER. Born at Schaffhausen, Switzerland, in 1445, Geiler was ‘the prince of the pulpit in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries’ (David C. Steinmetz, Reformers in the Wings: From Geiler von Kaysersberg to Theodore Beza p. 9). ‘In 1475, after earning his doctorate in theology, [Gailer] returned to Freiburg to teach theology. The following year he was elected rector. ‘His academic career was successfully launched. He was popular with the students and esteemed by his colleagues. Nevertheless, he was restless and dissatisfied with life in the university community. There lurked at the back of his mind the thought, which gradually grew into a conviction, that his real vocation was the pulpit rather than the lectern. Unable to shake the feeling of a missed vocation, he finally yielded to it. When the city of Würzburg invited him to preach a trial sermon, he readily accepted. He was willing to do so, even set out for Basel to collect his books. On his way to Switze … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Detlev Auvermann Rare Books [Sevenoaks, KENT, United Kingdom]
2018-05-28 18:06:55
Séneca, Lucio Anneo
[S.l : s.n., s.d] [Colofón: Imprimidas en la emperial ciudad de Toledo, en el año del nacimiento del señor de Mil y quinientos y diez Años. A quince dias del mes de Mayo. [i.e. 15 de mayo 1510].- // [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // Folio, (290x200 mm).- LXXXIX, [1] f.; sign.: a-p6 [p6, blanco]; portada con grabado xilográfico de un humanista en su despacho; texto glosado con apostillas marginales; letra gótica.- // Encuadernación moderna en tela marrón; lomo liso con tejuelo grabado en letras góticas doradas; cortes dorados; cinco guardas. Magnífico papel verjurado. Portada remarginada afectando a dos letras del título. Algunos injertos para cubrir galerías sin afectar, muy bien realizados, como la sutura minuiciosa de algunas roturas sin pérdida. Cuerpo limpio, fresco, extraordinarios márgenes, sin anotaciones ni subrayados. Bello ejemplar.- // Proc.: Exlibris encolado en contraplano delantero, 'Biblioteca Senequiana de Antonio Llano Diaz de Quijano, Buenos Aires, Argentina, MCMLXIV'; exlibris manuscrito en último f. blanco, apenas legible, fechado 'Anno dmlii' [1552].- // Refs.: Gómez de la Cortina, 8437; Martín Abad, Postincunables, 1417; Norton, 1057; Palau, 307668; Pérez Pastor, Toledo, 47; Rodríguez de Castro, II, p. 40; Salvá, 4001; Schweiger, Latinische, p. 933.- // Durante el rein … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2018-05-18 21:39:38
1510. In 8vo, cart. dec. ottocentesco; cc. 40 non numerate, segnatura aa8 - ee8, carattere gotico, testo su due colonne. Iniziali ornate, a ""fond cribl?"". Placchetta che raccoglie tutte le bolle (oltre 20) promulgate da Alessandro IV, dal 14/4/1255 al 3/12/126
Bookseller: Libreria Docet [IT]
2018-05-10 07:22:31
Aristoteles - Faber Stapulensis, Jacobus (Jacques LeFèvre d'Etaples), Jodocus Clichtoueus (komm.):
Paris, H. Stephanus, Oktober, 1510. 270 Bl. (recte 268; Koll. a-K 1-8, L 1-4). Mit illustriertem Holzschnitt-Titel und zahlr. Textholzschnitten. 2° (27,5 x 21 cm). Holzdeckel mit blindgeprägtem Kalbsleder d. Z.. Das Werk Fabers (1450? - 1537) erschien zuerst 1492 unter dem Titel: "Octo physicos libros paraphrasis" (vgl. Brunet II, 1145; führt vorliegende Ausgabe nicht an; vgl. auch STC French 25) und ist hier u. a. um die "Metaphysik" vermehrt. Jöcher II, 463 führt den Titel neben Fabers theologischen, musiktheroretischen und astronomischen Arbeiten (zu Sacrobosco) ebenfalls nicht an, erwähnt, dass er als Sympathisant Luthers sein Doktorat verlor und Paris in Richtung Navarra verlassen mußte, bis er mit 101 Jahren aus Kummer an Glaubenszweifeln gestorben sei. Jodocus Clichtoveus (Josse Clicthove, 1472-1543) wird von Jöcher (I, 1965) im Kontext mit Faber als Kommentator erwähnt. KVK listet (im Mai 2018) insgesamt 4 Exemplare dieser Edition in öffentlichen Bibliotheken auf. Rücken unter Verwendung des alten Materials restauriert; nur noch die Messingschließen-Anker vorhanden; Vorsätze erneuert; Titelei und letztes Blatt angeschmutzt, etwas fleckig, mit Glosse und hinterlegten Wurmspuren im Rand; sehr wenige wohl zeitgenössische Anstreichungen; bis ca. fol. 80 teils am Kopf mit schmalem Wasserrand, mit Wurmspuren und dadurch geringem Buchstabenverlust; Bl. o1 mit Einriss; ab Bl. 172 Foliierung fehlerhaft, Kollation aber komplett.
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2018-05-03 08:50:02
Aristoteles - Faber Stapulensis, Jacobus (Jacques LeFèvre d'Etaples), Jodocus Clichtoueus (Kommentar)
Paris, H. Stephanus, Oktober 1510. 270 Bl. (recte 268; Koll. a-K 1-8, L 1-4). Mit illustriertem Holzschnitt-Titel und zahlr. Textholzschnitten. 2° (27,5 x 21 cm). Holzdeckel mit blindgeprägtem Kalbsleder d. Z. Diese Arbeit Fabers (1450? - 1537) erschien zuerst 1492 unter dem Titel: "Octo physicos libros paraphrasis" (vgl. Brunet II, 1145; führt vorliegende Ausgabe nicht an; vgl. auch STC French 25) und ist hier u. a. um die "Metaphysik" vermehrt. Jöcher II, 463 führt den Titel neben Fabers theologischen, musiktheroretischen und astronomischen Arbeiten (zu Sacrobosco) ebenfalls nicht an, erwähnt, dass er als Sympathisant Luthers sein Doktorat verlor und Paris in Richtung Navarra verlassen mußte, bis er mit 101 Jahren aus Kummer an Glaubenszweifeln gestorben sei. Jodocus Clichtoveus (Josse Clicthove, 1472-1543) wird von Jöcher (I, 1965) im Kontext mit Faber als Kommentator erwähnt. KVK listet (im Mai 2018) insgesamt 4 Exemplare dieser Edition in öffentlichen Bibliotheken auf. Rücken unter Verwendung des alten Materials restauriert; nur noch die Messinganker der Schliessen vorhanden; Vorsätze erneuert; Titelei und letztes Blatt angeschmutzt, etwas fleckig, mit Glosse und hinterlegten Wurmspuren im Rand; sehr wenige wohl zeitgenössische Anstreichungen; bis ca. fol. 80 teils am Kopf mit schmalem Wasserrand, mit Wurmspuren und dadurch geringem Buchstabenverlust; Bl. o1 mit Einriss; ab Bl. 172 Foliierung fehlerhaft, Kollation aber komplett. LA
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Germany]
2018-04-30 09:05:55
Aristoteles - Faber Stapulensis, Jacobus (Jacques LeFèvre d'Etaples), Jodocus Clichtoueus (Kommentar):
Paris, H. Stephanus, Oktober 1510. 270 Bl. (recte 268; Koll. a-K 1-8, L 1-4). Mit illustriertem Holzschnitt-Titel und zahlr. Textholzschnitten. 2° (27,5 x 21 cm). Holzdeckel mit blindgeprägtem Kalbsleder d. Z. Diese Arbeit Fabers (1450? - 1537) erschien zuerst 1492 unter dem Titel: "Octo physicos libros paraphrasis" (vgl. Brunet II, 1145; führt vorliegende Ausgabe nicht an; vgl. auch STC French 25) und ist hier u. a. um die "Metaphysik" vermehrt. Jöcher II, 463 führt den Titel neben Fabers theologischen, musiktheroretischen und astronomischen Arbeiten (zu Sacrobosco) ebenfalls nicht an, erwähnt, dass er als Sympathisant Luthers sein Doktorat verlor und Paris in Richtung Navarra verlassen mußte, bis er mit 101 Jahren aus Kummer an Glaubenszweifeln gestorben sei. Jodocus Clichtoveus (Josse Clicthove, 1472-1543) wird von Jöcher (I, 1965) im Kontext mit Faber als Kommentator erwähnt. KVK listet (im Mai 2018) insgesamt 4 Exemplare dieser Edition in öffentlichen Bibliotheken auf. Rücken unter Verwendung des alten Materials restauriert; nur noch die Messinganker der Schliessen vorhanden; Vorsätze erneuert; Titelei und letztes Blatt angeschmutzt, etwas fleckig, mit Glosse und hinterlegten Wurmspuren im Rand; sehr wenige wohl zeitgenössische Anstreichungen; bis ca. fol. 80 teils am Kopf mit schmalem Wasserrand, mit Wurmspuren und dadurch geringem Buchstabenverlust; Bl. o1 mit Einriss; ab Bl. 172 Foliierung fehlerhaft, Kollation aber komplett. LA
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2018-04-29 05:00:41
OVIDE / OVID
1510. Précieux exemplaire, de toute rareté en très plaisante condition d'époque, de cette belle et importante édition illustrée d'un grand texte littéraire qui connut un succès considérable au XVIe siècle. Lyon, C. Davost pour Et. Gueymard, 1510.In-4 de (6) ff., 219 ff., (9) ff., 16 gravures sur bois dans le texte, un trou de vers habilement restauré sans manque en marge des 2 premiers ff., pte. mouillure en marge d'une dizaine de ff., annotations manuscrites de l'époque au second contreplat.Veau brun souple, plats entièrement ornés d'un large encadrement de fleurons à froid et d'un rectangle central orné de filets à froid et de 4 larges fleurons à la rose à froid, dos à nerfs refait. Reliure de l'époque.249 x 135 mm. / A precious copy, extremely rare in very pleasant original condition, of this beautiful and important illustrated edition of a great literary text which had a considerable success in the 16th century. Lyons, C. Davost pour Et. Gueymard, 1510.4to [249 x 135 mm] of (6) ll., 219 ll., (9) ll., 16 woodcuts in the text, a wormhole skillfully restored without loss in the margin of the first 2 ll., small waterstain in the margin of about ten ll., handwritten contemporary annotations on the second inner cover.Brown limp calf, covers entirely decorated with a wide framing with blind-stamped fleurons and a central rectangle decorated with blind-stamped fillets and with 4 wide blind-stamped rose fleurons, rebacked. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Camille Sourget [Paris, France]
2018-04-15 08:24:16
APULEIUS, Lucius. -
Venezia, Pincio, 1510. In-folio piccolo (31,3 x 21,2 cm.). Piena pelle moderna, alcuni fregi impressi a secco ed in oro sui piatti e sul dorso, dorso con nervi. 37 graziose silogr. n.t. (65 x 85 mm.), ed alcuni capilettera istoriati su fondo nero inc. in legno. 236 ff.; esemplare accuratamente lavato e con un angolo bianco di 4 fogli abilmente restaurato: copia molto gradevole, con alcune nitide postille coeve a penna, in una bella legatura moderna in stile dell'epoca. Prima edizione illustrata delle Metamorfosi o Asino d'Oro, l'opera che rese celebre l'Apuleio, filosofo platonico (II sec. d.C.). Il contenuto - le avventure di un giovane tramutato per magia in un asino - ha ispirato generazioni di artisti e scrittori, e anche alchimisti, maghi e filosofi esoterici. «Dal lato letterario è anche notevole che le Metamorfosi sono l'unico romanzo latino pervenutoci per intero» (Treccani). Essling 1323. Sander 485. Adams A-1373. Casanatense, Biblioteca Magica, 106. Cf. Thorndike, History of Magic & Science, vol. I, chapter VII. Manca a Mortimer, Harvard. First illustrated edition: with 37 charming text woodcuts and some decorative initials on black ground. Expertly washed and corner of title and last 3 leaves skillfully repaired; generally an attractive copy in a good period style calf binding.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport [IT]
2018-03-11 08:40:51
MANCINELLI (Antonio)
Strasbourg, Mathias Schurer, 1510; petit in-4, VIII ff.n.ch. (sign. A1-A8) + 110 ff.num., broché, non relié, sous emboîtage de toile bleue moderne. Ritter II, 1470. Schmidt VIII, 32. Première édition strasbourgeoise de ces Discours académiques de l'humaniste italien Mancinelli, parus pour la première fois à Rome vers 1504. Ouvrage divisé en dix et contenant 126 discours. Impression en caractères romains, titre courant, initiales d'attentes. Notes marginales dans les marges. La page de titre comporte des ex-libris manuscrits anciens, deux tampons de bibliothèques de Capucins, et est un peu tachée ; pâle cerne de mouillure ancienne dans le coin inférieur des feuillets, sans gravité. Bon exemplaire malgré ces petits défauts, rare. 1510
Bookseller: Librairie de L'Amateur [France, Strasbourg]
2018-03-04 22:33:49
Der als „Breviarium Grimani“ bekannte Kodex ist sicherlich eines der wichtigsten, wenn nicht gar das wichtigste, aller Meisterwerke der flämischen Miniaturkunst der Renaissance. Er wurde wahrscheinlich zwischen 1510 und 1520 gefertigt. Daran beteiligt waren Maler wie Gerard David, Gerard Horenbout, Simon Bening und andere Künstler in der Nachfolge von Hugo van der Goes, Memling, Metsys, Jan Grossaert … Wer das Werk in Auftrag gab, ist nicht bekannt, aber es weist einige Ähnlichkeiten zu der ebenfalls berühmten und noch älteren Handschrift „Très Riches Heures“ des Herzogs von Berry auf, ehemals im Besitz der Margarete von Österreich - Tochter Maximilians I. und Regentin der Niederlande. Der Kardinal Domenico Grimani erwarb den Kodex um 1520 zum Preis von 500 Golddukaten und vererbte ihn der „Serenissima“ Republik von Venedig unter einer Bedingung: Er verfügte, dass das Manuskript „nur außerordentlichen Respektpersonen und zu einzigartigen Gelegenheiten“ gezeigt werden dürfe. Bis 1781 gehörte es zum „Schatz von San Marco“ und wird seitdem in der Biblioteca Marciana aufbewahrt. · Der Kodex enthält 835 Folios und ist in edlem karmesinrotem Samt gebunden. Die Buchdeckel schmücken elegante, fein ziselierte Rahmen, die wiederum unterteilt sind und verschiedene Medaillons beherbergen. Sie wurden jeweils in Goldbronze ausgeführt und repräsentieren den Dogen Antonio Grimani sowie den Kardinal Domenico. Das Breviarium ist ein eindrucksvoller und unvergleichlicher Zeitzeuge für die Pracht der flämischen Renaissancekunst. · Das Besondere dieser Bilderhandschrift liegt nicht nur … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-03 06:27:38
Lefèvre d'Étaples, Jacques).
(Paris, Henricus Stephanus, 15 March 1510). Small folio (205 x 285 mm). XLVIII pp. With wide woodcut title border and full-page woodcut (scribe) on verso of final leaf. (Bound with) II: (The same). In hoc opere contenta arithmetica decem libris demonstrata. Musica libris demonstrata quatuor. Epitome in libros arithmeticos divi Severini Boetii. Rithmimachie ludus qui et pugna numerorum appellantur. Paris, Henricus Stephanus, (7 Sept. 1514). (72) ff. With wide woodcut title border. Contemporary blindstamped brown calf. Fine sammelband of two works edited by the leading French humanist. Lefèvre (1455-1536), a native of Étaples near Amiens and also known as Faber Stapulensis, had studied in Italy before teaching philosophy and theology in Paris, also publishing on matematical subjects. - I: An early edition of this work, mainly concerned with artimetic and based on Lefèvre's studies of the works of Boethius. Another edition, radically abridged and without the commentary, is included as the third part of the following collection. - II: Second edition of this combination of works. "The greater part of this volume is devoted to the ten books on arithmetic by Jordanus Nemorarius, [the greatest mathematician of his time save Leonardo Fibonacci of Pisa], with the commentary of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis. The work of Jordanus is similar to that of Boethius, and is concerned only with theory of numbers. In particular, the Greek theory of ratios, as elaborated in the Middle Ages, is extensively treated. The second part consists of the work of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis on music, in four b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-03-03 06:26:14
Lefèvre d'Étaples, Jacques).
(Paris, Henricus Stephanus, 15 March 1510). Small folio (205 x 285 mm). XLVIII pp. With wide woodcut title border and full-page woodcut (scribe) on verso of final leaf. (Bound with) II: (The same). In hoc opere contenta arithmetica decem libris demonstrata. Musica libris demonstrata quatuor. Epitome in libros arithmeticos divi Severini Boetii. Rithmimachie ludus qui et pugna numerorum appellantur. Paris, Henricus Stephanus, (7 Sept. 1514). (72) ff. With wide woodcut title border. Contemporary blindstamped brown calf. Fine sammelband of two works edited by the leading French humanist. Lefèvre (1455-1536), a native of Étaples near Amiens and also known as Faber Stapulensis, had studied in Italy before teaching philosophy and theology in Paris, also publishing on matematical subjects. - I: An early edition of this work, mainly concerned with artimetic and based on Lefèvre's studies of the works of Boethius. Another edition, radically abridged and without the commentary, is included as the third part of the following collection. - II: Second edition of this combination of works. "The greater part of this volume is devoted to the ten books on arithmetic by Jordanus Nemorarius, [the greatest mathematician of his time save Leonardo Fibonacci of Pisa], with the commentary of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis. The work of Jordanus is similar to that of Boethius, and is concerned only with theory of numbers. In particular, the Greek theory of ratios, as elaborated in the Middle Ages, is extensively treated. The second part consists of the work of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis on music, in four b … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-03 06:24:57
Lefèvre d'Étaples, Jacques).
(Paris, Henricus Stephanus, 15 March 1510). Small folio (205 x 285 mm). XLVIII pp. With wide woodcut title border and full-page woodcut (scribe) on verso of final leaf. (Bound with) II: (The same). In hoc opere contenta arithmetica decem libris demonstrata. Musica libris demonstrata quatuor. Epitome in libros arithmeticos divi Severini Boetii. Rithmimachie ludus qui et pugna numerorum appellantur. Paris, Henricus Stephanus, (7 Sept. 1514). (72) ff. With wide woodcut title border. Contemporary blindstamped brown calf. Fine sammelband of two works edited by the leading French humanist. Lefèvre (1455-1536), a native of Étaples near Amiens and also known as Faber Stapulensis, had studied in Italy before teaching philosophy and theology in Paris, also publishing on matematical subjects. - I: An early edition of this work, mainly concerned with artimetic and based on Lefèvre's studies of the works of Boethius. Another edition, radically abridged and without the commentary, is included as the third part of the following collection. - II: Second edition of this combination of works. "The greater part of this volume is devoted to the ten books on arithmetic by Jordanus Nemorarius, [the greatest mathematician of his time save Leonardo Fibonacci of Pisa], with the commentary of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis. The work of Jordanus is similar to that of Boethius, and is concerned only with theory of numbers. In particular, the Greek theory of ratios, as elaborated in the Middle Ages, is extensively treated. The second part consists of the work of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis on music, in four b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-03-03 06:20:49
Lefèvre d'Étaples, Jacques).
(Paris, Henricus Stephanus, 15 March 1510). Small folio (205 x 285 mm). XLVIII pp. With wide woodcut title border and full-page woodcut (scribe) on verso of final leaf. (Bound with) II: (The same). In hoc opere contenta arithmetica decem libris demonstrata. Musica libris demonstrata quatuor. Epitome in libros arithmeticos divi Severini Boetii. Rithmimachie ludus qui et pugna numerorum appellantur. Paris, Henricus Stephanus, (7 Sept. 1514). (72) ff. With wide woodcut title border. Contemporary blindstamped brown calf. Fine sammelband of two works edited by the leading French humanist. Lefèvre (1455-1536), a native of Étaples near Amiens and also known as Faber Stapulensis, had studied in Italy before teaching philosophy and theology in Paris, also publishing on matematical subjects. - I: An early edition of this work, mainly concerned with artimetic and based on Lefèvre's studies of the works of Boethius. Another edition, radically abridged and without the commentary, is included as the third part of the following collection. - II: Second edition of this combination of works. "The greater part of this volume is devoted to the ten books on arithmetic by Jordanus Nemorarius, [the greatest mathematician of his time save Leonardo Fibonacci of Pisa], with the commentary of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis. The work of Jordanus is similar to that of Boethius, and is concerned only with theory of numbers. In particular, the Greek theory of ratios, as elaborated in the Middle Ages, is extensively treated. The second part consists of the work of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis on music, in four b … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-25 15:53:38
CIBOULE, Robert (ca. 1403-1458)
Paris: Philippe Pigouchet for Simon Vostre, 1510. 8vo (141 x 91 mm). [128] leaves. Bâtarde types. Title with small metalcut device of Simon Vostre (Renouard 1108), on verso a full-page metalcut of the Trinity and All Saints, large Pigouchet device on verso of last leaf (Renouard 919), 3- and 4-ine metalcut initials. All quires with printed quire signatures on first two rectos and contemporary manuscript signatures on 3rd and 4th rectos. Small marginal repair to title-leaf, catching edge of metalcut on verso. Eighteenth-century mottled sheep-backed paste-paper boards, spine with blue-stained calf lettering piece, edges red-sprinkled (rubbed, extremities abraded). Provenance: contemporary inscription on title effaced in ink; Carmelites of Valenciennes, later 16th or 17th-century inscription Carmeli Vallencen"; Maille, 18th-century signature.*** First(?) Edition of a treatise on the path to spiritual enlightenment, by a fifteenth-century French theologian and teacher, whose mysticism was expressed with logical clarity. A fragmentary copy survives (BnF) of an undated edition printed by Gilles Couteau (cf. GW 0670110N and Brunet II:4). Couteau was active from 1491 to 1523, and the priority of these two very rare editions has not been established. Robert Ciboule (or Cibole) was rector of the University of Paris from 1437, a regent of the Faculty of Theology from 1438 until his death, and chancellor of Notre-Dame from 1451, in which capacity he submitted a memoir in favor of the rehabilitation of Joan of Arc in the 1455-56 retrial. A moderate in the Gersonian mode, Cibou … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-23 07:39:31
Lefèvre d'Étaples, Jacques).
(Paris, Henricus Stephanus, 15 March 1510). Small folio (205 x 285 mm). XLVIII pp. With wide woodcut title border and full-page woodcut (scribe) on verso of final leaf. (Bound with) II: (The same). In hoc opere contenta arithmetica decem libris demonstrata. Musica libris demonstrata quatuor. Epitome in libros arithmeticos divi Severini Boetii. Rithmimachie ludus qui et pugna numerorum appellantur. Paris, Henricus Stephanus, (7 Sept. 1514). (72) ff. With wide woodcut title border. Contemporary blindstamped brown calf. Fine sammelband of two works edited by the leading French humanist. Lefèvre (1455-1536), a native of Étaples near Amiens and also known as Faber Stapulensis, had studied in Italy before teaching philosophy and theology in Paris, also publishing on matematical subjects. - I: An early edition of this work, mainly concerned with artimetic and based on Lefèvre's studies of the works of Boethius. Another edition, radically abridged and without the commentary, is included as the third part of the following collection. - II: Second edition of this combination of works. "The greater part of this volume is devoted to the ten books on arithmetic by Jordanus Nemorarius, [the greatest mathematician of his time save Leonardo Fibonacci of Pisa], with the commentary of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis. The work of Jordanus is similar to that of Boethius, and is concerned only with theory of numbers. In particular, the Greek theory of ratios, as elaborated in the Middle Ages, is extensively treated. The second part consists of the work of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis on music, in four b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-02-23 00:10:43
RAIMONDI Marc-Antoine 1480-1527/34
"Coupé à la marque du cuivre, petite tache sur le bord droit; très bel encrage. Épreuve avec la marque Ant. Sal. Exc. Pliure verticale au centre et petite déchirure en haut. Bartsch XIV, 245. Une des plus belles et célèbres estampes du Maître." Beau papier filigranné fleur de lys dans un double cercle. Bon Antoine Salamanca 1510-1520 29,5 x 43,5 cm Gravure
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2018-02-20 22:05:22
Grabador: De Cerceau, Jacques Androuet, Dibujante:De Cerceau, Jacques Androuet
Francia - JACQUES ANDROUET DE CERCEAU (1510-1585) (grabado) Conjunto formado por diez estampas de Atlantes y cariátides. Editadas en París, hacia 1546-1549. Buen estado de conservación aunque ligeramente cortadas dentro de la huella (sin afectar la imagen). Ligeras marcas de adhesivo en el reverso. Las 3 imágenes adjuntas tan sólo muestran una parte de la serie. Para más detalles, consultar. Siglo: XVI.Buril. Papel verjurado. Grabador: De Cerceau, Jacques Androuet. Dibujante: De Cerceau, Jacques Androuet. . Altura papelt: 150. Anchura papel: 120. Altura plancha:. Anchura plancha:
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2018-02-19 20:48:26
John IV Patriarch of Antioch.
Johanne Granion (Granjon), Paris, January ie: [1510-1520]. 11 Leaves (of 12?). May lack a colophon, though the one other known example also has 11 leaves. Small 4to. 190 mm. Woodcut Title Vignette / Printer's Device. Gothic letter text. Highly decorative primary initial (a reverse S with Mary and saints). Cypher bookplate of Henry E. Olwell. Later (1860's) full leather binding tooled in blind. Brit. Mus. French p. 245. Not in Adams. Though attributed here to John of Antioch, Orthodox patriarch at the time of Alexius I Comnenus (1081-1118), it is unlikely a work from his pen. The text seems to deal more with the Council of Basle Convoked by Pope Martin V in 1431, and closed finally at Lausanne in 1449. The position of the pope as the common Father of the Christian world had been seriously compromised by the transfer of the papal court to Avignon. The Council was momentous. This little work comes at an early stage during the dispute waged between Pope Eugene IV (1431-1437) and the council, and was issued when a shaky peace was established between the parties (1434). The reconciliation was more apparent than real and the disputes grew more vehement. The history of this era is significant to any understanding of the state of the Western world before the Reformation. VERY RARE. SAFE ADD 1
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2018-02-18 08:44:02
SCHOEN, Erich (Bearb.).
4. XX, 1510 (1 S. Mit Frontisp. u. hunderten Abb. OLn. m. Goldpräg. Einbd. leicht fleckig. Titelbl. m. Knitterspuren.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
2018-02-05 01:07:35
(Lefèvre d'Étaples, Jacques).
1510. Small folio (205 x 285 mm). XLVIII pp. With wide woodcut title border and full-page woodcut (scribe) on verso of final leaf. (Bound with) II: (The same). In hoc opere contenta arithmetica decem libris demonstrata. Musica libris demonstrata quatuor. Epitome in libros arithmeticos divi Severini Boetii. Rithmimachie ludus qui et pugna numerorum appellantur. Paris, Henricus Stephanus, (7 Sept. 1514). (72) ff. With wide woodcut title border. Contemporary blindstamped brown calf. Fine sammelband of two works edited by the leading French humanist. Lefèvre (1455-1536), a native of Étaples near Amiens and also known as Faber Stapulensis, had studied in Italy before teaching philosophy and theology in Paris, also publishing on matematical subjects. - I: An early edition of this work, mainly concerned with arithmetic and based on Lefèvre's studies of the works of Boethius. Another edition, radically abridged and without the commentary, is included as the third part of the following collection. - II: Second edition of this combination of works. "The greater part of this volume is devoted to the ten books on arithmetic by Jordanus Nemorarius, [the greatest mathematician of his time save Leonardo Fibonacci of Pisa], with the commentary of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis. The work of Jordanus is similar to that of Boethius, and is concerned only with theory of numbers. In particular, the Greek theory of ratios, as elaborated in the Middle Ages, is extensively treated. The second part consists of the work of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis on music, in four books. The third part is the Epitome o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [Austria]
2018-02-02 17:11:58
Lefèvre d'Étaples, Jacques).
(Paris, Henricus Stephanus, 15 March 1510). Small folio (205 x 285 mm). XLVIII pp. With wide woodcut title border and full-page woodcut (scribe) on verso of final leaf. (Bound with) II: (The same). In hoc opere contenta arithmetica decem libris demonstrata. Musica libris demonstrata quatuor. Epitome in libros arithmeticos divi Severini Boetii. Rithmimachie ludus qui et pugna numerorum appellantur. Paris, Henricus Stephanus, (7 Sept. 1514). (72) ff. With wide woodcut title border. Contemporary blindstamped brown calf. Fine sammelband of two works edited by the leading French humanist. Lefèvre (1455-1536), a native of Étaples near Amiens and also known as Faber Stapulensis, had studied in Italy before teaching philosophy and theology in Paris, also publishing on matematical subjects. - I: An early edition of this work, mainly concerned with arithmetic and based on Lefèvre's studies of the works of Boethius. Another edition, radically abridged and without the commentary, is included as the third part of the following collection. - II: Second edition of this combination of works. "The greater part of this volume is devoted to the ten books on arithmetic by Jordanus Nemorarius, [the greatest mathematician of his time save Leonardo Fibonacci of Pisa], with the commentary of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis. The work of Jordanus is similar to that of Boethius, and is concerned only with theory of numbers. In particular, the Greek theory of ratios, as elaborated in the Middle Ages, is extensively treated. The second part consists of the work of Jacobus Faber Stapulensis on music, in four … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-01-24 09:56:19
MISSAL FOR ITINERANT PRIESTS
(Nuremberg: Wolfgang Huber, 1510. Chancery 4to (207 x 142 mm.). Collation: A-G8. 56 leaves, foliated [1], 1-25, [6], 26-48, [1] leaves. Gothic types. Quires A-C and E-G and leaves D1-2 with text in two columns, 27 lines; D4r-D8r (Canon) in larger gothic type in one column, 22 lines. Title and colophon (G7v) printed in red, text in red and black throughout, four- and two-line woodcut capital initials and cross symbols in red. Canon with full-page crucifixion woodcut, dated 1510 (D3v), 5-line historiated initial T opening Canon on facing page, and small tailpiece cut of Veronica's veil (D7r); full-page Rosary and All Saints woodcut at end (G8r), the three canon cuts with fine contemporary hand-coloring. A large copy, with pinholes in lower outer margins. Some light dampstaining in gutters, light foxing to a couple of leaves. Bound in contemporary German calf over wooden boards, originally tooled in Zwischgold (mostly oxydized), upper cover with a panel stopping short of the upper edge, the upper compartment containing the word Misalis stamped in individual letters, the panel below it defined by a roll-tooled foliate and flower border roll framed by quadruple parallel fillets, at center three parallel vertical impressions of an angular dotted interlace roll, the border area punctuated with 4 impressions of an eagle and arabesque tool and 3 impressions of a small leafy plant tool; lower cover with a full-sized panel composed of the same foliate and flower roll used as border, and with two further impressions of the roll crossing each other diagonally to form a saltire design; … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-22 17:51:38
MISSAL FOR ITINERANT PRIESTS.
(Nuremberg: Wolfgang Huber, 22 August 1510). Chancery 4to (207 x 142 mm.). Collation: A-G8. 56 leaves, foliated [1], 1-25, [6], 26-48, [1] leaves. Gothic types. Quires A-C and E-G and leaves D1-2 with text in two columns, 27 lines; D4r-D8r (Canon) in larger gothic type in one column, 22 lines. Title and colophon (G7v) printed in red, text in red and black throughout, four- and two-line woodcut capital initials and cross symbols in red. Canon with full-page crucifixion woodcut, dated 1510 (D3v), 5-line historiated initial T opening Canon on facing page, and small tailpiece cut of Veronica's veil (D7r); full-page Rosary and All Saints woodcut at end (G8r), the three canon cuts with fine contemporary hand-coloring. A large copy, with pinholes in lower outer margins. Some light dampstaining in gutters, light foxing to a couple of leaves. Bound in contemporary German calf over wooden boards, originally tooled in Zwischgold (mostly oxydized), upper cover with a panel stopping short of the upper edge, the upper compartment containing the word Misalis stamped in individual letters, the panel below it defined by a roll-tooled foliate and flower border roll framed by quadruple parallel fillets, at center three parallel vertical impressions of an angular dotted interlace roll, the border area punctuated with 4 impressions of an eagle and arabesque tool and 3 impressions of a small leafy plant tool; lower cover with a full-sized panel composed of the same foliate and flower roll used as border, and with two further impressions of the roll crossing each other diagonally to form a saltir … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-18 22:00:35
BLONDI FLAVII [FLAVIUS BLONDUS].
Venice, per G. [i.e. Gregorium de Gregoriis?] M.D.X. Cal. Iulias., [1510]. Folio. In recent limp vellum with ties. Soiling to lower part of first leaf. Paper-label with description taped on to top of first leaf (measuring 10x100 mm), not affecting text. Previous owner's name [Ed. Orwell 1585] in contemporary hand to top of first leaf. A few occassional marginal annotation in contemporary hand. Internally very fine and clean. (3), III, 123, CXXIII-CXXXXVI, [1 blank] ff. [Signatures: a°6, B-E°6, F-G°4, H-I°6, AA-DD°6, EE°3, FF-LL°6, MM°3, NN-PP°6, Q°6, AA-CC°4. ([Qvi] and [CCiv] blank)]. ¶ Early edition of Blondus's two famous works on the topography of ancient Rome and Italy.Flavio Biondo da Forli (1392-1463) wrote his first work on Rome in 1444-46, and with this work, one of the very first attempts to deal systematically with antiquities and architecture was made. In all Biondo wrote three systematic and well-documented guides to the ruins of Rome (ancient Rome), Roma Ristaurata being the first and most important, and they are considered the first systematic surveys or guides to ancient architecture. Roma Ristaurata founded the basis for all later works on ancient Rome and with it Biondo founded the discipline of this sort of architectual history. It is the very first work to be based on the actual antique ruins that were to be seen at the time of Blondus, -the work is based on actual empirical investigations.Blondus is also famous for having coined the term "Medio Evo" (now Middle Ages and Medieval).BMC, Books Printed in Italy 1465-1600: p. 107 Adams, I:B 2064.
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2018-01-05 16:51:15
MASSARELLI Michelangelo.
1510. [San Severino Marche, 1555-1577], manoscritto su carta, in-4 piccolo, privo di copertine e in parte sciolto, carte [121], la prima recante al recto il titolo con il verso bianco, la seconda bianca. Steso da una sola mano in chiara grafia, in lingua italiana. E' presente una cartulazione antica manoscritta. Mancano le carte [13] [14], [115], [116]. La prima registrazione è datata 15 settembre 1555, l'ultima 5 dicembre 1577, ma le ultime 4 carte sono sciolte. Il volume avrebbe potuto in origine continuare e potrebbero mancare ulteriori carte in fine. Il giornale registra ogni tipo di avvenimento: pagamenti, morti, nascite, matrimoni, viaggi, ecc. Per quanto riguarda il Vescovo Angelo Massarelli, fratello dell'autore del manoscritto Michelangelo, segnaliamo la notizia della sua nomina a vescovo (18 dicembre 1557, c. [8r]), quella del passaggio a San Severino prima di recarsi al Concilio di Trento come Segretario (14-17 marzo 1561 c. [24r]) e quella della morte, annotata al 20 luglio 1566 (c. [54r]). Qualche gora e sgualcitura.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2017-12-29 17:29:53
APULEIUS, Lucius. -
Venezia, Pincio, 1510. In-folio piccolo (31,3 x 21,2 cm.). Piena pelle moderna, alcuni fregi impressi a secco ed in oro sui piatti e sul dorso, dorso con nervi. 37 graziose silogr. n.t. (65 x 85 mm.), ed alcuni capilettera istoriati su fondo nero inc. in legno. 236 ff.; esemplare accuratamente lavato e con un angolo bianco di 4 fogli abilmente restaurato: copia molto gradevole, con alcune nitide postille coeve a penna, in una bella legatura moderna in stile dell'epoca. Prima edizione illustrata delle Metamorfosi o Asino d'Oro, l'opera che rese celebre l'Apuleio, filosofo platonico (II sec. d.C.). Il contenuto - le avventure di un giovane tramutato per magia in un asino - ha ispirato generazioni di artisti e scrittori, e anche alchimisti, maghi e filosofi esoterici. «Dal lato letterario è anche notevole che le Metamorfosi sono l'unico romanzo latino pervenutoci per intero» (Treccani). Essling 1323. Sander 485. Adams A-1373. Casanatense, Biblioteca Magica, 106. Cf. Thorndike, History of Magic & Science, vol. I, chapter VII. Manca a Mortimer, Harvard. First illustrated edition: with 37 charming text woodcuts and some decorative initials on black ground. Expertly washed and corner of title and last 3 leaves skillfully repaired; generally an attractive copy in a good period style calf binding.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport [IT]
2017-12-19 05:17:30
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Straßburg, Johann Knobloch d. Ä, 1510. Mit Holzschnitt-Titel und 113 tls. wiederholten Textholzschnitten. 95 nummerierte Bll., 1 w. Bl. Holzdeckelband im Stil d. Zt. mit Lederrücken. 32,5 x 23 cm. VD16 H 5680 (4 Standorte); Goed. I, 372, 6,6; Gotzkowsky 245, 11; Heitz/Ritter 680; Muller 123, 88; Muther 1518. - 13. deutsche Ausgabe, die zweite, die im 16. Jahrhundert gedruckt worden ist und die erste bei Knobloch, noch mit den Holzschnitten Kistlers von 1499 illustriert. Von der Übersetzung Hans Mairs sind drei Varianten bekannt, diese stammt ursprünglich aus dem Jahr 1391 und erschien 1494 erstmals in gedruckter Form. Der große Titelholzschnitt mit der Erstürmung und der Zerstörung der Stadt Troja ist vermutlich für den Druck der vorliegenden Ausgabe hergestellt worden. Die Textholzschnitte stammen aus Kistlers Troja - Ausgabe und seinem Straßburger Druck "Montevilla" (dazu Hain Copinger 10651 und Schramm; Straßburger Drucker, Teil 2 (Bilderschmuck 20), Tafel 1931), sie wurden zumeist seitlich beschnitten, bzw. durch zusätzliche ornamentale Leisten an den Seiten dem Satzspiegel angepasst. Sie messen ca. 75 x 130 mm (einer 200 x 135 mm). - Tls. etwas gebräunt und fleckig. Einige alte Unterstreichungen, wenigen Anmerkungen und Notizen. Tls. etwas feuchtfleckig. einige wenige kleine Wurmlöcher. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar der seltenen Ausgabe! [6 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [DE]
2017-12-10 19:47:43
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Straßburg, Johann Knobloch d. Ä., 1510. Mit Holzschnitt-Titel und 113 tls. wiederholten Textholzschnitten. 95 nummerierte Bll., 1 w. Bl. Holzdeckelband im Stil d. Zt. mit Lederrücken. 32,5 x 23 cm. VD16 H 5680 (4 Standorte); Goed. I, 372, 6,6; Gotzkowsky 245, 11; Heitz/Ritter 680; Muller 123, 88; Muther 1518. - 13. deutsche Ausgabe, die zweite, die im 16. Jahrhundert gedruckt worden ist und die erste bei Knobloch, noch mit den Holzschnitten Kistlers von 1499 illustriert. Von der Übersetzung Hans Mairs sind drei Varianten bekannt, diese stammt ursprünglich aus dem Jahr 1391 und erschien 1494 erstmals in gedruckter Form. Der große Titelholzschnitt mit der Erstürmung und der Zerstörung der Stadt Troja ist vermutlich für den Druck der vorliegenden Ausgabe hergestellt worden. Die Textholzschnitte stammen aus Kistlers Troja - Ausgabe und seinem Straßburger Druck \"Montevilla\" (dazu Hain Copinger 10651 und Schramm; Straßburger Drucker, Teil 2 (Bilderschmuck 20), Tafel 1931), sie wurden zumeist seitlich beschnitten, bzw. durch zusätzliche ornamentale Leisten an den Seiten dem Satzspiegel angepasst. Sie messen ca. 75 x 130 mm (einer 200 x 135 mm). - Tls. etwas gebräunt und fleckig. Einige alte Unterstreichungen, wenigen Anmerkungen und Notizen. Tls. etwas feuchtfleckig. einige wenige kleine Wurmlöcher. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar der seltenen Ausgabe! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski
2017-12-10 19:47:43
(Columna, Guido de):
Straßburg, Johann Knobloch d. Ä., 1510. Mit Holzschnitt-Titel und 113 tls. wiederholten Textholzschnitten. 95 nummerierte Bll., 1 w. Bl. Holzdeckelband im Stil d. Zt. mit Lederrücken. 32,5 x 23 cm. VD16 H 5680 (4 Standorte); Goed. I, 372, 6,6; Gotzkowsky 245, 11; Heitz/Ritter 680; Muller 123, 88; Muther 1518. - 13. deutsche Ausgabe, die zweite, die im 16. Jahrhundert gedruckt worden ist und die erste bei Knobloch, noch mit den Holzschnitten Kistlers von 1499 illustriert. Von der Übersetzung Hans Mairs sind drei Varianten bekannt, diese stammt ursprünglich aus dem Jahr 1391 und erschien 1494 erstmals in gedruckter Form. Der große Titelholzschnitt mit der Erstürmung und der Zerstörung der Stadt Troja ist vermutlich für den Druck der vorliegenden Ausgabe hergestellt worden. Die Textholzschnitte stammen aus Kistlers Troja - Ausgabe und seinem Straßburger Druck "Montevilla" (dazu Hain Copinger 10651 und Schramm; Straßburger Drucker, Teil 2 (Bilderschmuck 20), Tafel 1931), sie wurden zumeist seitlich beschnitten, bzw. durch zusätzliche ornamentale Leisten an den Seiten dem Satzspiegel angepasst. Sie messen ca. 75 x 130 mm (einer 200 x 135 mm). - Tls. etwas gebräunt und fleckig. Einige alte Unterstreichungen, wenigen Anmerkungen und Notizen. Tls. etwas feuchtfleckig. einige wenige kleine Wurmlöcher. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar der seltenen Ausgabe! Bücher de
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [DE]
2017-12-08 08:07:17
Mulinari, Stephano - (um 1741 Florenz um 1790)
Radierung und Aquatinta in Braun, nach Francesco Salviati, eigentl. de? Rossi (1510 Florenz-Rom 1563), auf festem Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: P. 46,8:58,5 cm. Bei der Vorlage zu dieser Radierung handelt es um ein verlorenes Fresko von Francesco Salviati. ? Sehr guter Abdruck mit zweizeiligem Text unter der Darstellung, mit vertikaler Mittelfalte, winzigem Rändchen um die Plattenkante und leichten Papierschäden an drei Ecken. Mulinari war Schüler und Mitarbeiter Andrea Scacciatis (1725-1771)und schuf zahlreiche Reproduktionsstiche meist in Tuschmanier.
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH [Oberursel im Taunus, Germany]
2017-11-12 15:40:35
- Antique print, titled: 'Dat Smaert daer droefheyt [.].' - The virgin lamenting the body of Christ. Engraving on wove paper. Description: 19th. Century impression of the original copperplate. Ref: Copy after Hollstein 1 by the Monogrammist II with the skull.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Monogrammist AH with the horseshoe' after 'Monogrammist II with the skull'. This monogrammist worked probably in Delft or Gouda in the beginning of the 16th. Century. Condition: Good, given age. Ample margins, foxing. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: LA-C8-42 The overall size is ca. 5.8 x 7.6 inch. The image size is ca. 4.3 x 5.9 inch. The overall size is ca. 14.7 x 19.2 cm. The image size is ca. 11 x 14.9 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
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2017-11-07 14:27:12
Originallithographien - Hans Meid - Leip, Hans.
6 Lithographien und Titelblatt. 4, Original-Pappmappe mit lithographischer Deckelvignette. Die Mappe an den Kanten und am Rücken oben und unten sehr leicht rissig und gestaucht, mit leichteren Randläsuren und schwach gebräunt und angerieben, vorne unten links kleinere Ausbleichstelle durch radiertem Bleistiftpreis, das Titelblatt mit leichteren Knickspuren, die Tafeln an den Rändern teils mit Läsuren, eine Tafel mit leicht überstehendem Rand, insgesamt sehr gut erhalten. Lithographische Folge des Hamburger Schriftstellers und Künstlers Hans Leip zum Leben des Staatsmannes und Diplomaten François de Scépeaux (*1510 - + 1571 in Durtal bei ANgers), der ab 1562 Marschall von Frankreich war. Zu sehen sind u. a. die Episoden: Der Tod des Hausküchenmeisters am Hofe von Frankreich, Das Gefecht bei Dom champs, Das Gastmahl der Compagnie St. André, Die Brüder des Comba, Der Handstreich auf Pourt - a - Mousson sowie Die Hinrichtung der Rebellen zu Bordeaux. Die Darstellungen wurden vom Künstler Hans Meid auf den Stein gezeichnet, signiert und numeriert. Unter seiner Aufsicht bei Julius Pudbrese zu Hamburg 1921 auf Japan gedruckt in 50 Exemplaren. Dies ist die Nr. 2/50. Alle Lithographien von Leip mit Bleistift vom Künstler handsigniert. Sehr selten!!!
Bookseller: Bührnheims Literatursalon GmbH
2017-10-29 22:25:06
[Tournaments] - Schlichtegroll, Friederich.
1510. Oblong folio. Fascicles 1-6 (out of 8) in 1 vol. Lithogr. title page (wanting lithogr. half-title), lithogr. dedication, lithogr. table of contents, lithogr. final leaf, IV, 28 (instead of 60) pp., 25 ff., 24 (instead of 31) double-page-sized coloured lithogr. plates in gilt and silver by Theobald and Clemens Senefelder. Contemp. brown morocco with elaborately gilt spine and covers, leading edges gilt; inner dentelle gilt, marbled endpapers; edges gilt. Stored in contemp. brown morocco slipcase with elaborately gilt spine by J. Mackenzie. Tournaments and hastiludes began in the 11th century as both a sport and to provide training for battle. The sport of jousting grew out of the tournament and, by the 15th century, the art of tilting became quite sophisticated. Horses - as shown here on the 24 spectacular plates heightened with silver and gold - were specially bred for the joust. The present work, a rare incunable of lithography hardly ever encountered complete, is also an early example of lithography used to produce a perfect facsimile, namely of a manuscript tournament book kept at the Royal Library in Munich. The facsimile was produced by Theobald and Clemens Senefelder, brothers of the famous Alois Senefelder who had invented the process. Most known copies are illuminated in the very highest quality and heightened in gold and silver; Dussler refers to these copies as "de-luxe editions". Our copy comprises fascicles 1-6 (out of 8), containing 4 (of 5) introductory lithogr. leaves, pp. I-IV and 1-28 (of 60) and 24 (of 31) coloured lithogr. double-page plates, each w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2017-10-28 09:42:10
TRACTATUS DE ARTE BENE VIVENDI
(In fine, colophon:) Impressus Parisius pro Johane Petit...anno millesimo quingentesimo decimo, die vero xxii Octobris (22 ottobre 1510). in-8, ff. 36 n.n. (segn. *8, b-d8, *4), raffinata leg. dell'ottocento in cuoio su assicelle con bordure, fregi e figure a secco sui piatti, dorso a nervi, fermagli in cuoio ed ottone. Sotto il titolo è la grande impresa figurata dello stampatore, una grande iniz. fig. su fondo criblé, numerose iniz. silogr., testo interamente rubricato in rosso. Pregevole e rara edizione di questo trattatello popolare sull'arte di ben vivere e ben morire, di anonimo autore, comparso all'inizio del XV secolo, variamente attribuito a Jean de Bruxelles, a Matteo di Cracovia o a Sant'Alberto Magno. Secondo il moderno studio di M.C. O'Connor (''The Art of dying well'', New York, 1942), questo testo sarebbe stato scritto da un frate domenicano delegato al Concilio di Costanza (1414-1418). Ottimo esemplare in artistica legatura.. Ediz. mancante a STC French, all'Adams e Graesse (che registra numersoe ediz. per lo più precedenti). Unico repertorio che registra quest'edizione dell'opera è quello informatico della Bibliothèque Nationale de France..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
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