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2013-06-09 21:49:53
Albrecht DURER (Norimberga 1471 - 1528)
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
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-09 01:48:03
GHISLANDIS, Antonio de [fl. 1489-1507].
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.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
2013-06-06 10:25:44
MANCINELLI ANTONIO.
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.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2013-01-11 10:05:44
Panayotova, Stella (commentary by)
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 .
Bookseller: double B books
2013-01-04 16:45:41
VAN LEYDEN Lucas
[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 .
Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books
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2012-12-25 13:47:43
Trogo Pompeo - Giustino Marco Giuniano.
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).
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2012-12-24 17:39:16
Hand-coloured Leaf - 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 laetiti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Beckham Books Ltd
2012-06-23 11:52:52
Chertsey, Andrew (Translator; fl. 1502-27).
London: Wynkyn de Worde, 14th September 1510. First edition in English. English translation of the Fleur des Commandements de Dieu . STC 23876. First edition in English. English translation of the “Fleur des Commandements de Dieu.” STC 23876., 1510. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Folio; size of the binding: 8 inches x 11 1/8 in., (height of page: 10 3/4 in.). Preliminaries: Tabula: 16 of 24 leaves (lacking A1-6, B1-2); text of the Tabula beginning at B3-D6; Text: 263 of 264 leaves (lacking Uu3 [Fol. 252]). Printed in double columns in black letter type; illustrated with 4 various size woodcuts, printer's device at the end; woodcut grotesque 5-line initials. Woodcuts are in the text at: A1 (Fol. 1), C2 (Fol. 14), F6 (Fol. 36), Y1 (Fol. 127) (Hodnett: English Woodcuts 1480-1535; 451, 362, 477, 538, the first use of two blocks). Many of the folios are mis-numbered, with a bookseller's note in ink on the first flyleaf; pencil collation marks in the lower left corners of the leaves. Bound in full, dark green morocco by Leighton, with their stamp; the binding features five raised bands on the spine, with gilt-lettered titling, and the compartments with elaborate blind-stamped decorations, the covers feature designs constructed of squares with blind-stamped animal forms, and other blind-stamped decorations in the borders, the designs on the front and back cover differ slightly; all edges gilt. A set of eight blank leaves is bound in at the front, following the two added flyleaves. The first few pages of the Tabula (B3-6) show a paper repair in the upper r … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc. [Brecksville, OH, U.S.A.]
2012-06-19 20:17:10
Geiler von Kaisersberg Johann
1510. 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. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2012-06-19 20:17:10
Geiler von Kaisersberg Johann
. . 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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2012-06-18 09:56:56
Hand-coloured Leaf - 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 pe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Beckham Books Ltd
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2012-06-17 18:22:12
TORQUEMADA, Juan de.
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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Farré [Barcelona, Spain]
2012-05-30 19:14:56
GHISLANDIS, Antonio de [fl. 1489-1507]
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.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
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2012-05-05 15:19:27
Giovanni Battista Egnazio
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. .
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
2012-04-17 14:48:55
Giustino (Marcus Junianius Justinus) - Floro (Lucius Annaeus Florus)
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). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2012-03-30 04:00:56
A PRINTED VELLUM LEAF WITH A VERY FINE, EXTREMELY LARGE ILLUMINATED MINIATURE PAINTING OF THE MASSACRE OF THE INNOCENTS, FROM A BOOK OF HOURS IN LATIN
Paris: Gilles Hardouin, ca, 1510. The massacre depicted here appears to be taking place in Herod's throne room, as if he had ordered it for his own entertainment. Seated in the center of the piece on a massive gold throne, he views the heartbreaking chaos before him impassively, ignoring an angry women who is lifting her bleeding infant up to him as if to say, "See what you've done!" The mothers here are not wailing in grief, but are angrily fighting for their sons' lives. In the foreground, a soldier pushes a golden-haired woman out of the way, in order to finish off the dazed and wounded infant she and her companion are attempting to shield. On either side, soldiers have raised swords to smite the helpless tots, and to the right of Herod, a bleeding infant looks pitifully up at the armored solder who holds him by the arm, ready to deliver the fatal blow. In the upper right, we see a baby impaled on a spear. A glimpse of hope through an open window mitigates the horror of the gruesome scene: we see Joseph leading a donkey bearing the Virgin and the Christ Child as they flee to Egypt, blessed by golden rays streaming down from heaven. The action here is dramatic, intense, and memorable; the colors are vivid, the heavy use of gold adding light to an overwhelmingly sober subject. The Book of Hours from which this leaf came must have been extraordinarily sumptuous.. 222 x 140 mm. (8 3/4 x 5 1/2"). Single column, 30 lines of text, gothic typeface. Attractively matted. Verso with elaborate metalcut compartmentalized border featuring mischievous putti and grotesques, the martyr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
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2012-03-27 17:13:12
Giovanni Battista Egnazio
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. .
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
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2010-04-29 13:47:06
[BENEDICT, Saint, Abbot of Monte Cassino] [c480-c544]
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.
Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB)
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