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2020-07-23 19:52:02
[BOOK OF HOURS].
[216] pp.Second known copy, apparently the only known copy printed on vellum, of a Paris book of hours in Latin, probably published in 1511 (the almanac and calendar for 20 years covers the years 1511 to 1530), the only known book of hours printed by Thomas Kees (or Caseus) from Wesel in the Rhine valley, recorded as a printer in Paris from 1507 to 1516. The illustrations are finely cut, many with criblée backgrounds, and many are thought to have been printed from metal relief blocks, rather than woodcuts. Most of the small illustrations in the text depict saints. The illustrations in the border strips include scenes from the Old and New Testament, dance of death scenes, apostles, saints, scenes from daily life, fantastic beasts and more. The large illustrations may have been cut for Antoine Vérard ca. 1503 to 1507. That on the title-page shows an enormous Holy Grail supported by two angels, while two more angels hold the cover aloft with drapery making a sort of canopy. The grail is so large that it looks like a baptismal fount, and the Eastern Orthodox Church often used baptismal founts with a chalice form. The same scenes appear in nearly the same order in Antoine Vérard's 1510 book of hours (it includes two additional scenes: the Trinity and Pope Gregory) as noted by Mortimer, who indicates that some copy those shown in editions Pigouchet printed for Vostre in 1497 and 1498.The work was rebound by Hardy-Mennil in Paris, ca. 1870. Little is known about Hardy himself. "Mennil" is not separately recorded. He used the name Hardy-Mennil by 1864 and was certainly a celebrated … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 05:43:45
SECUNDUS, Janus (Joannes or Jan EVERAERTS).
[324], [3 blank], [1] pp.Rare first edition, in the original Latin, of the collected poetic works of the humanist and neo-Latin poet Janus or Joannes Secundus (Jan Everaerts) (1511-1536), who "ranks among the foremost poets of the world" as "the only famous [16th-century] Dutch poet" (Guépin, p. 231): "one of the most significant and enduring poets of the Renaissance" and "the outstanding Latin love poet of the northern Renaissance" (Price, p. 1). Although not quite twenty-five when he died, he published numerous poetic works from 1532 to 1536 but left most of his work unpublished at his premature death. Much of his poetry appeared for the first time in the present posthumous edition. Janus is most famous for his "Basia" (kisses): 19 lyric love poems influenced by Catullus. Janus's three books of elegies, especially the first book, comprising 11 love poems to his (possibly fictional) first love Julia, are also masterpieces of neo-Latin poetry.Although revered internationally in his own century and influential throughout the 17th and 18th centuries (among his avid readers were Ronsard, Fleming, Huygens, Milton and Goethe), Janus's name has been eclipsed in the Netherlands by those of Cats and Vondel, in part because they wrote in Dutch.Janus Secundus was born in The Hague. His father was a lawyer at the leading courts of the Low Countries and the family moved to Maastricht when Janus was sixteen. He studied law there and later studied at Bourges and at the University in Louvain. Though a native Dutch speaker and fluent in French, Janus had learned Latin with his older brothe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 05:43:44
MANUEL I, King of Portugal.
[8] pp.Rare second(?) edition (published about five weeks after the first) of an extremely important letter by King Manuel I of Portugal to Pope Leo X, proudly reporting the victories of Don Afonso de Albuquerque in India and the East Indies, especially his conquest of Malacca in 1511-1512. Albuquerque (1453-1515) advanced the three-fold Portuguese grand scheme of combatting Islam, securing the Portuguese trade in spices and establishing a vast Portuguese empire in Asia. He was the first European to enter the Arabian Gulf, led the first voyage by a European fleet into the Red Sea, and was also the first westerner to reach the coast of southeastern Arabia.With an owner's inscriptions. With some marginal stains and restorations, the stains slightly affecting a word or two in the lower outside corner of some pages, but otherwise in very good condition. Binding fine. Rare and important account of the Portuguese conquests in India and especially the East Indies.l M. Denis, Wiens Buchdruckergeschicht (1782), no. 86 (p. 82); Porbase (1 copy); USTC 651577 (2 copies); VD16, P4374 ; cf. Howgego A43.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-17 02:34:26
VIVALDI, Giovanni Lodovico (d. 1540)
Paris: Jean Barbier for François Regnault, 1511. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. 4to (142 x 210 mm). Title printed in red and black, 7 metalcut illustrations and borders. Contemporary English limp blind-tooled calf, boards removed, early manuscript pastedowns preserved; cloth folding case. Back cover detached. Provenance: early manuscript annotations, extensive at beginning and end; William Morris (1834-1896), (Kelmscott House bookplate, his sale Sotheby's 5 December 1898, lot 1092, to Chadwick for £6 15s.); John Camp Williams (bookplates, his sale American Art Association, 6 November 1929, lot 1156); purchased from Thomas Taylor, 1978. Third edition. The 1507 first edition printed at Saluzzo by Giacomo de' Circhi and Sisto Somasco, and the Lyons, 1508 edition of Étienne Gueynard both employed woodcuts. In Barbier's edition for Regnault, up to one dozen small metal plates combined to form each of the large subjects and frames in the final composite images. The subjects include the Descent from the Cross, the Dance of Death, and representations of saints.Giovanni Lodovico Vivaldi, whose name appears on the verso of the title-page above Andreas de Soncino's preface, dedicates the work to the Marquess of Salluzzo, Ludovico II (1438-1504) and his second wife, Marguérite de Foix. A Dominican monk and professor of theology from Mondovi, Vivaldi moved to Lombardy to act as their adviser and confessor. His collaboration in this text with Bernardino Dardano represents a "defining link between theological and humanistic culture in prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [United States]
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2020-07-13 19:37:05
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius; Bernadus SYLVANUS
Venice,: Jacobus Pentius de Lencho,, 1511. cum tabulis et universali figura et cum additione locorum quae a recentiorbus reperta sunt. 1511. Folio atlas (425 by 292mm), bookplate to verso of initial blank leaf, title in red with manuscript ownership inscription, poem on verso printed in red and black, 6pp preliminary text printed in red and black, 115pp text printed in red and black with four woodcut and letterpress diagrammatic illustrations, manuscript notes throughout in margins of text in same hand as ownership inscription, small area of abrasion damage to colophon, infilled with ink facsimile, 28 woodcut maps printed in red and black (each double-page with all but the final world map in two sections on facing pages), sixteenth century red vellum, remnants of old ties, japp fore-edges. Collation: [4]; A8, B-H6 (first leaf of G unsigned), I8 (first leaf unsigned), 28 maps. A very fine example of the Venetian edition of Ptolemy’s ‘Geographia’. This is the first illustrated edition of Ptolemy’s work in which an attempt was made to update the information given on the maps, and the only Italian edition of Ptolemy to feature woodcut maps.  It is also one of the earliest examples of two-colour printing in cartography, with the major regional names printed in red, others in black, using inset type. Woodward suggests that the dual-colour printing style is done to mimic contemporary portolan charts, which used black and red to distinguish toponyms of various importance. The text in the book says that it used the maps of navigators to update Ptolemy’s original work, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2020-07-09 02:54:37
VASARI, Giorgio (1511-1574), Life of the great Michelagnolo Buonarroti written by M. Giorgio Vasari, painter and architect from Arezzo. With his magnificent essequie were made in Florence by the Academy of Drawing Florence Heirs of Bernardo I Giunta In 4to (mm.211x140); end of the seventeenth century binding in full rigid parchment with manuscript title on the spine; pp. [4], 717 [recte 715] -796. Shelfmark: [π]2, Ssss-Zzzz4 AAAAA-DDDDD4 eeeee2. The last card (EEeee2) containing the register, the colophon and the typographic brand. Frontispiece within the same wooden border of the Giuntina edition of the Lives, large drop cap on c. [π] 2r, portrait of Michelangelo on the Ssss1r map. At the front counterplate purchase note: "Bought by me G. Francesconi in Rome on December 1865". On the title note of possession "Exbibli.ca Altemps.na". Blooms, halos on the lower edge along the entire volume, halos also on the upper edge towards the end, lower short edge. VERY RARE SEPARATE EDITION of Michelangelo's biography extracted from the second Giuntina edition of 1568 of the Lives by Vasari. In the dedication to Alessandro de 'Medici, the author explains that he wanted to satisfy the buyers of the first edition of his work in 1550, who wanted to own the life of the great Florentine artist (died in 1564) updated to the latest events, without being obliged to buy in full the new edition for which the biography had been rewritten. It is probably the first example of an extract from a work. The layout is the same as the original, except for the last issue Eeeee2, in which the text of the l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-06-20 17:29:02
Condition: Buone condizioni. VASARI, Giorgio (1511-1574), Vita del gran Michelagnolo Buonarroti scritta da M. Giorgio Vasari, pittore et architetto aretino. Con le sue magnifiche essequie stategli fatte in Fiorenza dall'Accademia del Disegno Florence Heirs of Bernardo I Giunta In 4to (mm. 211x140); legatura di fine Seicento in piena pergamena rigida con titolo manoscritto al dorso; pp. [4], 717 [recte 715]-796. Segnatura: [π]2, Ssss-Zzzz4 AAaaa-DDddd4 EEeee2. Manca l'ultima carta (EEeee2) contenente il registro, il colophon e la marca tipografica. Frontespizio entro la medesima bordura in legno dell'edizione giuntina delle Vite, grande capolettera alla c. [π]2r, ritratto di Michelangelo alla carta Ssss1r. Al contropiatto anteriore nota di acquisto: "Comprato da me G. Francesconi a Roma il Dicembre del 1865". Sul titolo nota di possesso "Exbibli.ca Altemps.na". Fioriture, aloni sul margine inferiore lungo tutto il volume, aloni anche al margine superiore verso la fine, margine inferiore corto. RARISSIMA EDIZIONE SEPARATA della biografia di Michelangelo estratta dalla seconda edizione giuntina del 1568 delle Vite del Vasari. Nella dedica ad Alessandro de' Medici l'autore spiega di aver voluto così accontentare i compratori della prima edizione della sua opera del 1550, che volevano possedere la vita del grande artista fiorentino (morto nel 1564) aggiornata agli ultimi avvenimenti, senza essere obbligati a comprare per intero la nuova edizione per cui la biografia era stata riscritta. Si tratta con ogni probabilità del primo esempio di un estratto da un opera. L'impaginazione … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-06-15 12:28:52
[BOOK OF HOURS].
Hore [= Horae beate Marie Virginis] secundum usum Romanum ad longum.(colophon: Paris, Thomas Kees), [ca. 1511, with an almanac for the years 1511-1530]. 8vo (18 x 12 cm). Printed on vellum in red and black throughout, with illustrations printed from (mostly metal?) relief blocks: 17 nearly full-page (mostly 12.5 x 8 cm) plus 1 repeat, 27 small (about 3.5 x 2 cm) plus 2 repeats in the text, many additional small in the decorated border pieces that surround nearly every page, many in all three groups with criblée backgrounds, and further un-illustrated decorative border pieces. Set in a roman type (77 mm/20 lines) with incidental textura (118 mm/20 lines). With manuscript initials in gold on red, blue or red and blue divided diagonally (three 3-line, hundreds of 2-line and thousands of 1-line) and about 60 manuscript line-fillers in gold on red or blue. Dark brown gold- and blind-tooled goatskin morocco (ca. 1870?), signed "HARDY-MENNIL" in the foot of the front turn-in. [216] pp. Second known copy, apparently the only known copy printed on vellum, of a Paris book of hours in Latin, probably published in 1511 (the almanac and calendar for 20 years covers the years 1511 to 1530), the only known book of hours printed by Thomas Kees (or Caseus) from Wesel in the Rhine valley, recorded as a printer in Paris from 1507 to 1516. The illustrations are finely cut, many with criblée backgrounds, and many are thought to have been printed from metal relief blocks, rather than woodcuts. Most of the small illustrations in the text depict saints. The illustrations in the border strips inclu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 15:17:12
[BOOK OF HOURS].
Hore [= Horae beate Marie Virginis] secundum usum Romanum ad longum.(colophon: Paris, Thomas Kees), [ca. 1511, with an almanac for the years 1511-1530]. 8vo (18 x 12 cm). Printed on vellum in red and black throughout, with illustrations printed from (mostly metal?) relief blocks: 17 nearly full-page (mostly 12.5 x 8 cm) plus 1 repeat, 27 small (about 3.5 x 2 cm) plus 2 repeats in the text, many additional small in the decorated border pieces that surround nearly every page, many in all three groups with criblée backgrounds, and further un-illustrated decorative border pieces. Set in a roman type (77 mm/20 lines) with incidental textura (118 mm/20 lines). With manuscript initials in gold on red, blue or red and blue divided diagonally (three 3-line, hundreds of 2-line and thousands of 1-line) and about 60 manuscript line-fillers in gold on red or blue. Dark brown gold- and blind-tooled goatskin morocco (ca. 1870?), signed "HARDY-MENNIL" in the foot of the front turn-in. [216] pp. Second known copy, apparently the only known copy printed on vellum, of a Paris book of hours in Latin, probably published in 1511 (the almanac and calendar for 20 years covers the years 1511 to 1530), the only known book of hours printed by Thomas Kees (or Caseus) from Wesel in the Rhine valley, recorded as a printer in Paris from 1507 to 1516. The illustrations are finely cut, many with criblée backgrounds, and many are thought to have been printed from metal relief blocks, rather than woodcuts. Most of the small illustrations in the text depict saints. The illustrations in the border strips inclu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-02 07:40:03
Catholic Church. Pope (1503–1513: Julius II).
[Rome: Marcello Silber?, 1511, after 7 August]. 4to (19.4cm, 7.63’’). [6] ff. <br><br>Attributed to the press of Marcello Silber, this papal bull issued by Julius II against Bernardino Lo?pez de Carvajal, Guillaume Bric?onnet, and Francisco Borgia appears here in its second edition. These were=> the three notorious cardinals who, supported by Louis XII of France, led an unauthorised synod called "Conciliabulum" of Pisa in 1511–12. The bull was issued over three months before the first meeting of the assembly as a "warning" to the Catholic community concerning the three cardinals’ schismatic intentions, and expressing the Pope’s desire they should desist as their seeking to disrupt the sacred and pure unity of the Church was "diabolic" and "sacrilegious."<br> The title-page bears Julius II’s large woodcut arms.<br> Provenance: Bookseller's label of Jean Clavreuil; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel (“AHA”) at rear.<br> Evidence of readership: Indistinct early inscription to title-page, 16th-century numbers and German inscription to verso of last leaf ("abst Consilium / Wie sten heillicken aus (?)").<br> WorldCat locates => one U.S. library (Pitts Theological, Emory U.) reporting ownership of this edition in the U.S. <br> <br> EDIT16 CNCE 51283; Tinto, Annali, 104 (assigns it to Silber). 20th-century slate blue paper boards. Title-page and verso of last leaf soiled, text a bit dusty, and the odd marginal spot; first and last leaves strengthened at gutter.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
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2020-05-21 12:42:12
Blondi Flavii
Venetiis: Philippo Pincio, 1511. NOTE WELL: Seller does not accept returns. PLEASE LOOK AT THE PICTURES AND ASK ME FOR MORE, GLADLY SUPPLIED, ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS ANSWERED. 1511 DE ROMA TRIŪPHÃTE LIBRI DECĒ A Triumphante Rome in 12 chapters. ANO: Die yii Maii 1511 Edition: later edition, first printed 1459. Description: latin text. old leather covered boards, with gilt stamped designs. 3 raised bands on the spine-worn at the top and bottom. an early binding. some water staining, some hand written marginalia and underlining. worms trails at the front inside cover and title page-- Book is in VG condition. large wood cut initals. tabula. early sixteenth century edition of the text in which Flavio Biondo (1392-1463), a famous humanist, narrates the history of pagan Rome as a model for contemporary government and military activities (internet information.) early and scarce. NOTE WELL: Seller does not accept returns. PLEASE LOOK AT THE PICTURES AND ASK ME FOR MORE, GLADLY SUPPLIED, ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS ANSWERED. From the private library of Fr. John Currier, private minister to Hetty Green's daughter. The library was bought by a friend of Currier, passed down on to a family member-- the seller.
Bookseller: dr.bugbee [New York, New York, United States]
2020-05-12 11:25:04
Angelus de CLAVASIO ou Angelo Carletti (di Chivasso)
1511 A Venise, Alexandrum de Paganinis, 1511. Venerabilis in Christo patris fratris Angeli de Clavasio: Ordinis Minorum de Observantia: cum quibusdam novis & opportunis additionibus ejusdem: quisque suo congruo loco miro ordine situatis, nuper cum gratia et privilegio illustrissimi domini consilii rogatorum prout in eo. De format 145 x 100, dans une reliure XIXème en demi-vélin blanc, avec pièce de titre, ce POST-INCUNABLE présente une page de titre à l'encre rouge, 18 ff. n.ch. dont la page de titre et 1 f. blanc, 458 ff. chiffrés. Complet. Des salissures aux ff. 220 à 230 et aux ff. 443 et 444; petits trous de ver au f. 447 affectant quelques lettres; traces de mouillure sur quelques feuillets. Edition manquant à la BNF. Un exemplaire à la St Bonaventure University à New-York.Né à Chivasso, près de Turin, Angelo Carletti etudie à l'université de Bologne et devient Docteur en droit civil et en droit canon. Il exerce quelque temps comme magistrat, puis entre dans l'ordre des Frères Mineurs à Santa Maria del Monte, où il rencontre le futur pape Sixte IV. Franciscain, parmi ses diverses missions, il a été nonce apostolique.La première édition de la "Summa Angelica" date de 1486. Elle se présente comme un dictionnaire de théologie morale. Martin Luther la considère comme un symbole de l'orthodoxie catholique et la fait brûler en place publique à Wittenberg.Angelo Carletti a été béatifié en 1753 par le pape Benoît XIII.
Bookseller: Livres anciens Le Jardin des Lettres [France, Bourges]
2020-04-27 19:55:20
Pope Leo
Paris: Badius, 1511. Leonis Pape hoc est Pontificis Maximi & Sanctissimi Epistolae Catholicae Eroditiois Plenissime. [Paris]: Joanne Parvo & earu[m] impressore Jodoco Badio Ascensio, 1511. Rare post incunable of the collected letters of Pope Leo I (5th century). This Roman aristocrat was the 1st pope who was given the epithet "the Great" and besides Gregorius I (540-604), the most important pope of Christian antiquity. He was a leading figure in the centralization of the organization of the Roman Catholic Church which is reflected in this selected works, like for example in the letters to Eutyches and Flavian. SA rare variant; the last few that have come up to auction were printed by Jean Petit and carried his large seal on the title page; this copy carries an imprint from Badius and has his large vignette to the title page, as mentioned more so in ancient bibliographies / bibliographic records. Bound in newer vellum mimicking the original style with leather tied vellum at the spine, handwritten manuscript titling to the spine, and leather ties to the boards, as shown. Newer pastedowns and added newer endpapers; text complete with all 123pp present; illustrated with beautiful Gothic font throughout, including the aforementioned Badius vignette, a large illustrated initial and numerous smaller historiated initials. Text clean with some browning to title , an old ink inscription there, and some very minor marginal browning/soiling. Colophon dated April of 1511, as shown. Measures 7.5" x 5.25". [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-04-21 01:44:30
Pope Leo
Paris: Badius, 1511. Leonis Pape hoc est Pontificis Maximi & Sanctissimi Epistolae Catholicae Eroditiois Plenissime. [Paris]: Joanne Parvo & earu[m] impressore Jodoco Badio Ascensio, 1511. Rare post incunable of the collected letters of Pope Leo I (5th century). This Roman aristocrat was the 1st pope who was given the epithet "the Great" and besides Gregorius I (540-604), the most important pope of Christian antiquity. He was a leading figure in the centralization of the organization of the Roman Catholic Church which is reflected in this selected works, like for example in the letters to Eutyches and Flavian. SA rare variant; the last few that have come up to auction were printed by Jean Petit and carried his large seal on the title page; this copy carries an imprint from Badius and has his large vignette to the title page, as mentioned more so in ancient bibliographies / bibliographic records. Bound in newer vellum mimicking the original style with leather tied vellum at the spine, handwritten manuscript titling to the spine, and leather ties to the boards, as shown. Newer pastedowns and added newer endpapers; text complete with all 123pp present; illustrated with beautiful Gothic font throughout, including the aforementioned Badius vignette, a large illustrated initial and numerous smaller historiated initials. Text clean with some browning to title , an old ink inscription there, and some very minor marginal browning/soiling. Colophon dated April of 1511, as shown. Measures 7.5" x 5.25". [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2020-04-16 12:32:13
Pope Leo
Paris: Badius, 1511. Leonis Pape hoc est Pontificis Maximi & Sanctissimi Epistolae Catholicae Eroditiois Plenissime. [Paris]: Joanne Parvo & earu[m] impressore Jodoco Badio Ascensio, 1511. Rare post incunable of the collected letters of Pope Leo I (5th century). This Roman aristocrat was the 1st pope who was given the epithet "the Great" and besides Gregorius I (540-604), the most important pope of Christian antiquity. He was a leading figure in the centralization of the organization of the Roman Catholic Church which is reflected in this selected works, like for example in the letters to Eutyches and Flavian. SA rare variant; the last few that have come up to auction were printed by Jean Petit and carried his large seal on the title page; this copy carries an imprint from Badius and has his large vignette to the title page, as mentioned more so in ancient bibliographies / bibliographic records. Bound in newer vellum mimicking the original style with leather tied vellum at the spine, handwritten manuscript titling to the spine, and leather ties to the boards, as shown. Newer pastedowns and added newer endpapers; text complete with all 123pp present; illustrated with beautiful Gothic font throughout, including the aforementioned Badius vignette, a large illustrated initial and numerous smaller historiated initials. Text clean with some browning to title , an old ink inscription there, and some very minor marginal browning/soiling. Colophon dated April of 1511, as shown. Measures 7.5" x 5.25". [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2020-03-17 08:43:46
CICERON Marcus Tullius
- Venundantur ab Ioanne Paruo & Iodoco Badio, [Paris] 1511, In Folio, (8) ff. clxxii. Sig : ã? ??, Aa-Zz?, AA? BB¹?, relié. - Erste Ausgabe der philosophischen Werke von Cicero, der im gleichen Verlag, mehrere Ausgaben wissen werden, darunter 1531 Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz, mit einem architektonischen Rahmen verziert. Marke Drucker in den Mittelpunkt, die Arbeitnehmer den Betrieb einer Presse. Schöne und große Initialen Renaissance Kopf jedes Buch. Brunet (II, 6) berichtet, dass er den Text der Ausgabe von Mailand im Jahr 1499, die in Paris wiedergegeben wurde ist. Nicht in Adams verwiesen. Erscheinungsdatum auf der Rückseite der Titelseite und die letzte Seite, Kolophon. Ausgabe gemeinsamen Josse Badius und Jehan Petit; in den meisten anderen Ausgaben, ist es das Zeichen des Druckers Jehan Petit gefunden, aber nicht in dieser Kopie, wenn in der Miniatur was einem Druck, in roten Buchstaben Presso Ascensiansi sagt. In voller Schaffell braun XVIII gebunden, Pastiche eines Französisch Renaissance gebundenen Rahmen; Abfolge Feld Netze und Friesen zu einem zentralen Rechtecks. Zurück mit Nerven mit kaltem Sterne Aussaat eingerichtet. Guter Zustand insgesamt. Einige Flecken. Ein Unfall im Oberkiefer in den Schwanz fehlt. Spielten Titel Seitenränder mit Knappheit gefüllt, verdoppelt unteren Ecke das nächste Blatt, Wurm arbeitet im unteren Rand, die die ersten sechs Schichten ohne Beschädigung der Text, handschriftliche Notizen XVI in Verbindung mit bestimmten Schichten. Buchen Sie besonders frisch. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première édition de ces œuvres philosophiques de Ci … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2020-03-14 17:49:11
Geiler von Kaisersberg, Johann.
1511. 4to (165 x 211 mm). 280 ff. With title woodcut and 112 large woodcuts by Albrecht Dürer, the Master of Heintz-Narr and others. - (Bound with) II: (Lilienstayn, Jacob). Tractatus contra Waldenses fratres erroneos quos vulgos vocat Pickardos fratres sine regula: sine lege: & sine obedie[n]tia [...] Quo[rum] multi sunt in moravia plus[quam] in bohemia. [Nuremberg, Johann Weißenburger, 1505]. 36 (instead of 40) ff. 18th century calf over wooden boards with two clasps. First edition to contain Dürer's illustrations from Sebastian Brant's "Ship of Fools", with the woodcuts from the 1494 edition as well as several taken from the Latin edition. Geiler von Kaisersberg seized upon the human vices denounced in the "Ship of Fools" and treats them from the viewpoint of Christian philosophy. "Disregarding the Lübeck Bible, this is the most important woodcut cycle published before the Apocalypse [...] The first fully rounded moral genre pictures in history" (cf. Winkler, Dürer und die Illustrationen zum Narrenschiff [Berlin 1951]). The exact extent of Dürer's contribution to the 'Narrenschiff' woodcuts was long a subject of controversy; since Winkler's work, he is generally regarded as the book's principal artist (cf. Murray, p. 165; see also Strauss, Albrecht Dürer, Woodcuts and Wood Blocks [New York 1980], p. 64-81, who attributes several of the woodcuts to the young Dürer). - II: Bound in the same volume is a very rare polemical work against the Bohemian Brethren. The Viennese scholar Adauctus Voigt called this "one of the most remarkable of books [...] The author, a Dominican an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [Austria]
2020-03-06 17:34:08
BIBLIA PAUPERUM.
Venezia, Giovanni Andrea Valvassori , 1511. In 8-( mm 154 x 101) cc 64 non numerate In 8- (154x101) 64 carte non numerate. Legatura in maroccino rosso del  XIX secolo marocchino con piatti riccamente ornati  firmato "E.  1845 "Niedree. Sguardie ornate da arabesquein oro. Dorso in 6 scomparti dorati, dentelle. In una custodia di tela verde. La segnatura A ? H8 è stampata separatamente in xilografia;  esemplare completo dell'ultima carta bianca: H6r bianca, sul colophon H6v "Opera di Giouanniandrea Liauassore idem Liadagnino: Stampate nouamente nella inclita citta di Uinegia Laos Deo". H7r bianco, H7v xilografia: incoronazione della Vergine, H8 bianco. L'opera è considerata il primo e unico blockbook italiano, ad eccezione della Passione stampata intorno al 1450; la sua tradizione iconografica risale ai manoscritti intitolati Biblia pauperum dei primi del XIV secolo. Questa è una delle pochissime copie esistenti delle prime quattro edizioni, con il testo in gotico che riempie tutto il foglio intorno all'immagine  dell'Incoronazione della Vergine. Questa edizione deriva da quelle olandesi di 40 fogli pubblicate alla fine del XV secolo, ma con una diversa composizione. L'Opera nova contemplativa contrappone più semplicemente una scena dell'Antico e del Nuovo Testamento su pagine opposte. L'iconografia comprende 120 xilografie: 80 scene tratte dell'Antico Testamento con testo integrale nel registro superiore (circa 134 x 82 mm), 40 scene dal Nuovo Testamento (116 x 73 mm) decorate con due bordure  di trifogli gotici, blocco separato di corrispondenti testi e figure di profeti in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2020-01-30 05:54:19
Tengler, Ulrich; Brant, Sebastian; Locher, Jakob
1511. Augspurg, 1511. Third and best edition. Augspurg, 1511. Third and best edition. Authoritative Edition of the Neue Laienspiegel, Illustrated with 35 Woodcuts [Tengler, Ulrich (c.1447-1511)]. [Brant, Sebastian (1458-1521)]. [Locher, Jakob (1471-1528)]. [Tengler, Christoph, Editor]. [Schaufelein, Hans (c. 1480-1540), Illustrator]. Der Neu Layenspiegel: Von Rechtmssigen Ordnungen in Burgerlichen und Peinlichen Regimenten, Mitt Addit[i]on, Auch der Guldin Bulla, Koniklich Reformation, Landfriden, Auch Bewarung Gemainer Recht und Anderm Antzaigen, Cum Privilegio ne Q[ui]s Audeat hoc Opus Intra Tempus Determinatum Imprimere Sub Pena in eo Promulganda. [Augsburg: Johann Otmar, Johann Rynmann, 1512]. [xviii], 258 [i.e. 242], [1] ff. Final leaf blank. 34 full-page woodcuts (6 by Schaufelein), 1 double-page woodcut. Folio (11" x 8"). Contemporary calf with elaborate blind-tooling, early repairs to spine ends, clasps lacking, catches present, endpapers renewed. Several worm holes to boards, moderate rubbing and a few minor scuffs to rear board and extremities, front hinge partially cracked, bookplate residue to front pastedown. Title page printed in red and black. Light to moderate toning, worm holes and worm tracks with some loss to text, legibility not affected, light soiling to a few leaves and title page, which has early owner signature. $7,500. * Third official Augsburg edition, the last by Tengler. As Stintzing notes, this was the standard version for nearly a century. First printed in 1509, the Laienspiegel (or Layenspiegel) responded to a popular need among laymen (i.e. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-01-29 13:50:29
Tengler, Ulrich; Brant, Sebastian; Locher, Jakob
1511. Augspurg, 1511. Third and best edition. Authoritative Edition of the Neue Laienspiegel, Illustrated with 35 Woodcuts [Tengler, Ulrich (c.1447-1511)]. [Brant, Sebastian (1458-1521)]. [Locher, Jakob (1471-1528)]. [Tengler, Christoph, Editor]. [Schaufelein, Hans (c. 1480-1540), Illustrator]. Der Neu Layenspiegel: Von Rechtmssigen Ordnungen in Burgerlichen und Peinlichen Regimenten, Mitt Addit[i]on, Auch der Guldin Bulla, Koniklich Reformation, Landfriden, Auch Bewarung Gemainer Recht und Anderm Antzaigen, Cum Privilegio ne Q[ui]s Audeat hoc Opus Intra Tempus Determinatum Imprimere Sub Pena in eo Promulganda. [Augsburg: Johann Otmar, Johann Rynmann, 1512]. [xviii], 258 [i.e. 242], [1] ff. Final leaf blank. 34 full-page woodcuts (6 by Schaufelein), 1 double-page woodcut. Folio (11" x 8"). Contemporary calf with elaborate blind-tooling, early repairs to spine ends, clasps lacking, catches present, endpapers renewed. Several worm holes to boards, moderate rubbing and a few minor scuffs to rear board and extremities, front hinge partially cracked, bookplate residue to front pastedown. Title page printed in red and black. Light to moderate toning, worm holes and worm tracks with some loss to text, legibility not affected, light soiling to a few leaves and title page, which has early owner signature. $7,500. * Third official Augsburg edition, the last by Tengler. As Stintzing notes, this was the standard version for nearly a century. First printed in 1509, the Laienspiegel (or Layenspiegel) responded to a popular need among laymen (i.e. Laien) and local political and legal offi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2020-01-29 05:52:24
Tengler, Ulrich; Brant, Sebastian; Locher, Jakob
1511. Augspurg, 1511. Third and best edition. Augspurg, 1511. Third and best edition. Authoritative Edition of the Neue Laienspiegel, Illustrated with 35 Woodcuts [Tengler, Ulrich (c.1447-1511)]. [Brant, Sebastian (1458-1521)]. [Locher, Jakob (1471-1528)]. [Tengler, Christoph, Editor]. [Schaufelein, Hans (c. 1480-1540), Illustrator]. Der Neu Layenspiegel: Von Rechtmssigen Ordnungen in Burgerlichen und Peinlichen Regimenten, Mitt Addit[i]on, Auch der Guldin Bulla, Koniklich Reformation, Landfriden, Auch Bewarung Gemainer Recht und Anderm Antzaigen, Cum Privilegio ne Q[ui]s Audeat hoc Opus Intra Tempus Determinatum Imprimere Sub Pena in eo Promulganda. [Augsburg: Johann Otmar, Johann Rynmann, 1512]. [xviii], 258 [i.e. 242], [1] ff. Final leaf blank. 34 full-page woodcuts (6 by Schaufelein), 1 double-page woodcut. Folio (11" x 8"). Contemporary calf with elaborate blind-tooling, early repairs to spine ends, clasps lacking, catches present, endpapers renewed. Several worm holes to boards, moderate rubbing and a few minor scuffs to rear board and extremities, front hinge partially cracked, bookplate residue to front pastedown. Title page printed in red and black. Light to moderate toning, worm holes and worm tracks with some loss to text, legibility not affected, light soiling to a few leaves and title page, which has early owner signature. $7,500. * Third official Augsburg edition, the last by Tengler. As Stintzing notes, this was the standard version for nearly a century. First printed in 1509, the Laienspiegel (or Layenspiegel) responded to a popular need among laymen (i.e. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [United States]
2020-01-29 01:15:33
Tengler, Ulrich; Brant, Sebastian; Locher, Jakob
1511. Augspurg, 1511. Third and best edition. Augspurg, 1511. Third and best edition. Authoritative Edition of the Neue Laienspiegel, Illustrated with 35 Woodcuts [Tengler, Ulrich (c.1447-1511)]. [Brant, Sebastian (1458-1521)]. [Locher, Jakob (1471-1528)]. [Tengler, Christoph, Editor]. [Schaufelein, Hans (c. 1480-1540), Illustrator]. Der Neu Layenspiegel: Von Rechtmssigen Ordnungen in Burgerlichen und Peinlichen Regimenten, Mitt Addit[i]on, Auch der Guldin Bulla, Koniklich Reformation, Landfriden, Auch Bewarung Gemainer Recht und Anderm Antzaigen, Cum Privilegio ne Q[ui]s Audeat hoc Opus Intra Tempus Determinatum Imprimere Sub Pena in eo Promulganda. [Augsburg: Johann Otmar, Johann Rynmann, 1512]. [xviii], 258 [i.e. 242], [1] ff. Final leaf blank. 34 full-page woodcuts (6 by Schaufelein), 1 double-page woodcut. Folio (11" x 8"). Contemporary calf with elaborate blind-tooling, early repairs to spine ends, clasps lacking, catches present, endpapers renewed. Several worm holes to boards, moderate rubbing and a few minor scuffs to rear board and extremities, front hinge partially cracked, bookplate residue to front pastedown. Title page printed in red and black. Light to moderate toning, worm holes and worm tracks with some loss to text, legibility not affected, light soiling to a few leaves and title page, which has early owner signature. $7,500. * Third official Augsburg edition, the last by Tengler. As Stintzing notes, this was the standard version for nearly a century. First printed in 1509, the Laienspiegel (or Layenspiegel) responded to a popular need among laymen (i.e. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2020-01-18 14:56:03
Corvinus Maximus Bruni
Senza note tipografiche ma (Roma 1511). [Roma-Napoli] (cm.19,8) bella legatura d' amatore in mz. marocchino rosso recente, con nervi e sguardie antiche. -- cc. 4 nn. Stemma papale al frontis, carattere rotondo. Rarissimo, il Census Iccu registra solo 4 copie nelle biblioteche italiane (Biblioteca Universitaria di Bologna). opuscolo molto importante che costituisce un documento ufficiale del Pontificio di Giulio II. Circa il tipografo, l' opera è descritta negli annali del Tinto "Eucarco e Marcello Silber" stampata in società con J. Beplin, E. Nani ed E. Guillery; nonchè dal Barbieri "Tipografi Romani del '500". Lo stemma di Giulio II al frontis, è riprodotto a tav. XII degli Annali del Tinto (Tipo 1). Per notizie biografiche sull' autore napoletano, Corvino Massimo, morto nel 1522 vedi: Minieri-Riccio "Scrittori di Napoli" 1844 p. 109; Tafuri "Istoria.Regno di Napoli" 1744 III 128; Toppi "Biblioteca Napoletana" 1678 p. 212. Bell' esemplare fresco e nitido. * Tinto n° 107; * Barbieri p.49; * Ascarelli "Cinquecentine Romane" p. 78 registra solo l' esemplare della Vaticana e di Londra; Bm. Stc. 201.
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, IT]
2020-01-15 19:45:06
Bernardo SILVANO (Eboli 1465 ca. - ?)
Xilografia a due colori, 1511. Magnifica prova, impressa su due fogli di carta vergata coeva poi uniti, con pieni margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Rarissima carta geografica della penisola tratta dalla Geografia di Claudio Tolomeo, edita a Venezia da Bernardo Silvano da Eboli e Giacomo Peuci da Lecco. Quest'edizione del libro di Tolomeo si differenzia totalmente dalle altre stampate in Italia. Si tratta dell'unico trattato tolemaico avente le carte realizzate mediante intaglio nel legno, e stampato in due colori: rosso e nero. Inoltre, contrariamente ad ogni altro atlante, fu realizzato sulle due facciate del foglio come un vero e proprio libro. Per questo al verso della carta dell'Italia troviamo parte della Quinta e Settima Tabula, raffiguranti rispettivamente parte della Dalmazia e la Sardegna. Dal punto di vista strettamente scientifico quest'edizione della Geografia mantiene dei canoni certamente arcaici, rifacendosi ai manoscritti quattrocenteschi, pertanto compiendo un passo indietro rispetto a tutte le grandi innovazioni cartografiche del periodo. Tuttavia, alcuni studiosi rimarcano il fatto che questa carta rappresenta il primo originale tentativo di correzione delle imperfezioni degli elementi tolemaici, in accordo con le nuove concezioni idrografiche delle carte nautiche. Bernardo Silvano, geografo e umanista del Cinquecento nacque a Eboli intorno al 1465. Il suo nome era sconosciuto fino al secolo scorso perché fu confuso con quello del portoghese Bernard de Silva - nato a Evora in Portogallo - probabilmente per l'erronea interpretazione dell'aggetti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-12 01:40:18
Catholic Church Pope (1503–1513: Julius II)
[Rome: Marcello Silber?, 1511, after 7 August]. 4to (19.4cm, 7.63''). [6] ff. Attributed to the press of Marcello Silber, this papal bull issued by Julius II against Bernardino Lo?pez de Carvajal, Guillaume Bric?onnet, and Francisco Borgia appears here in its second edition. These were=> the three notorious cardinals who, supported by Louis XII of France, led an unauthorised synod called "Conciliabulum" of Pisa in 1511–12. The bull was issued over three months before the first meeting of the assembly as a "warning" to the Catholic community concerning the three cardinals' schismatic intentions, and expressing the Pope's desire they should desist as their seeking to disrupt the sacred and pure unity of the Church was "diabolic" and "sacrilegious." The title-page bears Julius II's large woodcut arms. Provenance: Bookseller's label of Jean Clavreuil; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel (“AHA”) at rear. Evidence of readership: Indistinct early inscription to tit-page, 16th-century numbers and German inscription to verso of last leaf ("abst Consilium / Wie sten heillicken aus (?)"). WorldCat locates => one U.S. library (Pitts Theological, Emory U.) reporting ownership of this edition in the U.S. EDIT16 CNCE 51283; Tinto, Annali, 104 (assigns it to Silber). 20th-century slate blue paper boards. Title-page and verso of last leaf soiled, text a bit dusty, and the odd marginal spot; first and last leaves strengthened at gutter.
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2020-01-10 20:55:07
Bernardo SILVANO (Eboli 1465 ca. - ?)
Xilografia a due colori, 1511. Magnifica prova, impressa su due fogli di carta vergata coeva poi uniti, con pieni margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Rarissima carta geografica della penisola tratta dalla Geografia di Claudio Tolomeo, edita a Venezia da Bernardo Silvano da Eboli e Giacomo Peuci da Lecco. Quest'edizione del libro di Tolomeo si differenzia totalmente dalle altre stampate in Italia. Si tratta dell'unico trattato tolemaico avente le carte realizzate mediante intaglio nel legno, e stampato in due colori: rosso e nero. Inoltre, contrariamente ad ogni altro atlante, fu realizzato sulle due facciate del foglio come un vero e proprio libro. Per questo al verso della carta dell'Italia troviamo parte della Quinta e Settima Tabula, raffiguranti rispettivamente parte della Dalmazia e la Sardegna. Dal punto di vista strettamente scientifico quest'edizione della Geografia mantiene dei canoni certamente arcaici, rifacendosi ai manoscritti quattrocenteschi, pertanto compiendo un passo indietro rispetto a tutte le grandi innovazioni cartografiche del periodo. Tuttavia, alcuni studiosi rimarcano il fatto che questa carta rappresenta il primo originale tentativo di correzione delle imperfezioni degli elementi tolemaici, in accordo con le nuove concezioni idrografiche delle carte nautiche. Bernardo Silvano, geografo e umanista del Cinquecento nacque a Eboli intorno al 1465. Il suo nome era sconosciuto fino al secolo scorso perché fu confuso con quello del portoghese Bernard de Silva - nato a Evora in Portogallo - probabilmente per l'erronea interpretazione dell'aggetti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-05 12:49:17
Catholic Church. Pope (1503–1513: Julius II).
[Rome: Marcello Silber?, 1511, after 7 August]. 4to (19.4cm, 7.63’’). [6] ff. Attributed to the press of Marcello Silber, this papal bull issued by Julius II against Bernardino Lo?pez de Carvajal, Guillaume Bric?onnet, and Francisco Borgia appears here in its second edition. These were=> the three notorious cardinals who, supported by Louis XII of France, led an unauthorised synod called "Conciliabulum" of Pisa in 1511–12. The bull was issued over three months before the first meeting of the assembly as a "warning" to the Catholic community concerning the three cardinals’ schismatic intentions, and expressing the Pope’s desire they should desist as their seeking to disrupt the sacred and pure unity of the Church was "diabolic" and "sacrilegious."    The title-page bears Julius II’s large woodcut arms.    Provenance: Bookseller's label of Jean Clavreuil; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel (“AHA”) at rear.    Evidence of readership: Indistinct early inscription to title-page, 16th-century numbers and German inscription to verso of last leaf ("abst Consilium / Wie sten heillicken aus (?)").    WorldCat locates => one U.S. library (Pitts Theological, Emory U.) reporting ownership of this edition in the U.S.         EDIT16 CNCE 51283; Tinto, Annali, 104 (assigns it to Silber). 20th-century slate blue paper boards. Title-page and verso of last leaf soiled, text a bit dusty, and the odd marginal spot; first and last leaves strengthened at gutter.
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2019-12-31 13:40:20
1511. Original in guter Erhaltung. Prachtvolles Kolorit. Karte gleichmäßig gebräunt, im Rand etwas fleckig. Festes Bütten mit Wasserzeichen. Siehe detaillierte Artikelbeschreibung. ALS DIE ERDE NOCH EINE SCHEIBE WAR ... QUARTA EVROPAE TABULA - MAGNA GERMANIA SELTENE KARTE FRÜHES KARTOGRAFISCHES KUNSTWERK ... CLAUDIUS PTOLEMAEUS DEUTSCHLAND / MITTEL-EUROPA VENEDIG - ANNO 1511 ALS DIE ERDE NOCH EINE SCHEIBE WAR ... - ... FRÜHES KARTOGRAFISCHES KUNSTWERK DEUTSCHLAND - FRÜHE KARTE „MAGNA GERMANIA" VENEDIG 1511 AUS DER COSMOGRAPHIE VON CLAUDIUS PTOLEMÄUS _________________________________________________________________________________________ TITEL "QUARTA EVROPAE TABULA - MAGNA GERMANIA" Deutschland & Mitteleuropa KARTOGRAPH Claudius Ptolomaeus (100 - 180) Ptolemäus war genialer Mathematiker, Geograph, Astronom, Astrologe, Musiktheoretiker und Philosoph. Er lebte und wirkte wahrscheinlich in Alexandria. Sein geographisches Hauptwerk, die „Cosmographia", wurde erst Mitte des 15. Jahrhunderts wiederentdeckt. Diese Entdeckung gehörte zweifelsfrei zu den größten kartografischen Sensationen des auslaufenden Mittelalters und gilt wohl als eine der Grundlagen der Renaissance. DRUCK / VERLAG Bernard Sylvanus für Jacob Pentium de Leucho, Venedig, 1511 Aus dem Werk „Claudii Ptholemaei Alexandrini liber Geographicae". KARTOGRAPHISCHE BEDEUTUNG Höchstbedeutende und seltene Landkarte von Mitteleuropa mit dem Gebiet des Heiligen Römischen Reiches. Sie zeigt die nördlichen Teile Europas, vom Rhein im Westen, der Donau im Süden und der Weichsel im Osten. Sie ist eine der frühesten Karten der R … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Sachsen, DE]
2019-12-21 22:58:04
López de Palacios Rubios, Juan].
Juan Varela de Salamanca, 1511]., s.l., n.i., n.a., [Toledo. Edición original en un ejemplar magnífico. Contiene las primeras leyes dadas por los Reyes de Castilla con las ordenanzas del Consejo de la Mesta en la villa de Cifuentes en el mes de septiembre de 1511. Empieza con la concesión real de Doña Juana, Reyna de Castilla [ ] de las Yslas de Canaria, de las Yndias & yslas de tierra firme del mar occeano [.]. Tipografía gótica. 28 hojas sin numerar. Portada con escudo real (Reyes Católicos), y en las esquinas los simbolos de los cuatro Evangelistas; al dorso armas del Concejo de la Mesta. (folio 2) letra capital historiada. Al dorso de la última hoja se repite el escudo de los Reyes Católicos con orla alrededor compuesta de cuatro maderas. Al final firma grabada en madera del doctor Juan López de Palacios. Encuadernación de pergamino antiguo. Puntos de óxido. Notas manuscritas de la época en los márgenes. Muy buen estado de conservación. 28x21 cm. Palau 61514. Norton 1084. Martín Abad 486, censa 4 ejemplares, uno, falto de la última hoja.
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Delstres [Canet de Mar, BCN, Spain]
2019-12-17 10:10:06
Nuñez Coronel, Luis.
Simon Vicent, [1511]., Lugduni [Lyon]. Primera edición muy rara tanto en bibliotecas públicas como particulares. "El autor de Physice perscrutationes nace en Segovia a mediados del siglo XV y muere hacia 1535. Tras iniciar sus estudios en Salamanca se traslada junto con su hermano Antonio a París donde ingresa, primero, en el colegio de Montaigu y luego, en el colegio de la Sorbona. Ordenado sacerdote, obtiene en 1514 (¿) el doctorado en teología. Pasa a los Países Bajos y es nombrado por Carlos V consejero y predicador de la Corte. Trabaja en la Inquisición de Bruselas donde entra en relación con Luis Vives y a través de éste con Erasmo. A partir de entonces se hace un decidido partidario y defensor del erasmismo, como lo demuestra la defensa del Enchiridión, escrita contra los ataques que la obra de Erasmo había recibido de un dominico. En París, además del trabajo sobre lógica, Tractatus de formatione syllogismorum (1507) publica su obra más importante y conocida: Physice perscrutationes (1511). En ella Luis Núñez Coronel expone su pensamiento sobre la filosofía natural siguiendo el orden temático establecido por Aristóteles. Pero a diferencia de lo acostumbrado hasta entonces no incluye el texto aristotélico seguido de comentarios y disquisiciones, sino que presenta su propia doctrina en un solo cuerpo. De los ocho capítulos o libros de que consta la obra, posiblemente sea el tercero, que trata sobre el movimiento, el que presente mayor interés por las aportaciones sobre la física. En él retrata sucesivamente del movimiento local y su naturaleza, del movimiento de alter … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Delstres [Canet de Mar, BCN, Spain]
2019-11-24 07:33:05
Northwestern Italy (Genoa), c. 1511. EARLY SIXTEENTH CENTURY ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT MADE FOR NUNS. In Italian, illuminated manuscript on parchment, Northwestern Italy, c. 1511. Dimensions 202 x 142 mm., 55 folios, lacking one leaf, vertical catchwords, written in gray and red inks in Italian textualis bookhand on 25 lines, 2-line initials throughout, two 3-line and one 4-line puzzle initial, one 4-line initial, OPENING PAGE WITH THREE MINIATURES. BINDING: bound in seventeenth-century dark brown goatskin over wooden boards, covers gold tooled, Crucifixion on the front cover, Virgin and Child on the back cover, spine with three raised bands. TEXT: Apparently unpublished and unedited, this Rule for the Augustinian canonesses of Santa Andrea della Porta in Genoa is a significant new source for the study of the religious life of women in Renaissance Italy. Written in a practiced script by the confessor of the house, who signs his name, this manuscript marks the adoption of a new way of life by the religious community, which was formerly Benedictine. An illuminated frontispiece, possibly the work of one of the nuns and portraying the sisters, suitably underlines the importance of this manuscript. PROVENANCE: The colophon on f. 54v states the manuscript was copied in 1511 at the monastery of Santa Andrea della Porta (situated near Porta S. Egidio, today Via Dante) by Father Gregorio da Piacenza. 18th- or 19th-century inscription, front pastedown: "Monache S Maria in Passione," suggests the manuscript may have subsequently belonged to Santa Maria in Passione (also a house of Aug … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-11-24 01:25:29
Northwestern Italy (Genoa), c. 1511. EARLY SIXTEENTH CENTURY ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT MADE FOR NUNS. In Italian, illuminated manuscript on parchment, Northwestern Italy, c. 1511. Dimensions 202 x 142 mm., 55 folios, lacking one leaf, vertical catchwords, written in gray and red inks in Italian textualis bookhand on 25 lines, 2-line initials throughout, two 3-line and one 4-line puzzle initial, one 4-line initial, OPENING PAGE WITH THREE MINIATURES. BINDING: bound in seventeenth-century dark brown goatskin over wooden boards, covers gold tooled, Crucifixion on the front cover, Virgin and Child on the back cover, spine with three raised bands. TEXT: Apparently unpublished and unedited, this Rule for the Augustinian canonesses of Santa Andrea della Porta in Genoa is a significant new source for the study of the religious life of women in Renaissance Italy. Written in a practiced script by the confessor of the house, who signs his name, this manuscript marks the adoption of a new way of life by the religious community, which was formerly Benedictine. An illuminated frontispiece, possibly the work of one of the nuns and portraying the sisters, suitably underlines the importance of this manuscript. PROVENANCE: The colophon on f. 54v states the manuscript was copied in 1511 at the monastery of Santa Andrea della Porta (situated near Porta S. Egidio, today Via Dante) by Father Gregorio da Piacenza. 18th- or 19th-century inscription, front pastedown: "Monache S Maria in Passione," suggests the manuscript may have subsequently belonged to Santa Maria in Passione (also a house of Aug … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-11-21 09:18:15
Northwestern Italy (Genoa), c. 1511. EARLY SIXTEENTH CENTURY ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT MADE FOR NUNS. In Italian, illuminated manuscript on parchment, Northwestern Italy, c. 1511. Dimensions 202 x 142 mm., 55 folios, lacking one leaf, vertical catchwords, written in gray and red inks in Italian textualis bookhand on 25 lines, 2-line initials throughout, two 3-line and one 4-line puzzle initial, one 4-line initial, OPENING PAGE WITH THREE MINIATURES. BINDING: bound in seventeenth-century dark brown goatskin over wooden boards, covers gold tooled, Crucifixion on the front cover, Virgin and Child on the back cover, spine with three raised bands. TEXT: Apparently unpublished and unedited, this Rule for the Augustinian canonesses of Santa Andrea della Porta in Genoa is a significant new source for the study of the religious life of women in Renaissance Italy. Written in a practiced script by the confessor of the house, who signs his name, this manuscript marks the adoption of a new way of life by the religious community, which was formerly Benedictine. An illuminated frontispiece, possibly the work of one of the nuns and portraying the sisters, suitably underlines the importance of this manuscript. PROVENANCE: The colophon on f. 54v states the manuscript was copied in 1511 at the monastery of Santa Andrea della Porta (situated near Porta S. Egidio, today Via Dante) by Father Gregorio da Piacenza. 18th- or 19th-century inscription, front pastedown: "Monache S Maria in Passione," suggests the manuscript may have subsequently belonged to Santa Maria in Passione (also a house of August … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures (ABAA & ILAB) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2019-11-14 01:00:09
1511. Bon Etat. Descriptif (ph 11 J5) Incroyable fac similé d'un manuscrit richement enluminé du XIIIe s BESTIAIRE ASHMOLE 1511, CONSERVE A LA BODLEIAN LIBRARY D'OXFORD. Le deuxième volume contient la traduction en français par Marie-France DUPUIS et Sylvain LOUIS et les commentaires de Xénia MURATOVA et Daniel POIRION Agrémenté de 16 planches n&b HT Et 11p de reproductions d'illustrations originales de l'artiste bulgare Luben DIMANOV Editions Club Du Livre 1984 2 Volumes Format 29*19cm 160p pour le volume de traduction 104 feuillets manuscrits pour le fac simile Numéroté 1119/2900 Agrémenté de Superbes reproductions d'enluminures 131 miniatures d'animaux aux couleurs flamboyantes et dorées Superbe Reliure pleine basane Incroyable reliure estampée d'un Griffon au centre d'une mandorle Habitée Tranche de tête dorée Sous solide emboîtage bordé Etat Bel ouvrage avec légères usures d'usage légers frottements et petit accroc de bord sur les mors mini accroc haut du 2e plat mini accroc bas 1er plat petit accroc recollé sur emboîtage Intérieur Frais Galerie de photos Cliquez pour élargir Le Bestiaire dit d'Ashmole est un manuscrit d'un bestiaire enluminé, datant du premier quart du xiiie siècle, conservé à la bibliothèque Bodléienne sous la cote Ashmole 1511. Le manuscrit contient 129 miniatures. Le manuscrit est une compilation de textes issus de la bible et du Physiologus décrivant un grand nombre d'animaux, réels ou fantastiques, ainsi que des plantes, s'attachant à donner des détails sur leur morphologie mais aussi des anecdotes à caractère fabuleux et spéculatif. Les 129 mini … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: L'Ostal Arverne (lostalarverne_fine_books) [Auvergne, FR]
2019-10-25 12:23:45
Gaguin, Robert.
[colophon: Parisiis: Impressit Bertholdus Rembolt, Impensis optimi bibilopolæ Iohaanis parui, 1511]. 8vo (19 cm, 7.5"). [16], 312 ff. Gaguin (1433?–1502), one of the greatest Parisian humanists of the late 15th century, was a disciple and successor of Guillaume Fichet; he assisted Fichet "in establishing the first printing press in Paris and may have been instrumental in attracting Josse Bade to the capital" (Contemporaries of Erasmus). He was also a patron or friend of Pico della Mirandola, Erasmus, and other young Humanists visiting or living for a while in Paris.    This "compendium" is his most celebrated work, a chronicle first published at Paris in 1495 that "exhibited a measure of historical criticism" (Contemporaries of Erasmus). It is devoted to the Hundred Years War, the Italian Wars, and the reigns of Charles VIII and Louis XII.    The text is printed in roman with some gothic with a variety of woodcut initials. The title-page consists of the title in one line of type above an => elaborate, essentially full-page woodcut incorporating full-body portraits of Charlemagne, St. Louis, and St. Dagobert, the coats of arms of 12 of the principal regions of France, and the coat of arms of France itself flanked by two stags rampant. The work was printed by Rembolt for Jehan Petit, with => Petit's device in large format appearing on the verso of the last leaf.    Evidence of readership: Scattered early marginalia, chiefly of a word or three or four, some marks of emphasis (underscoring, manicules).    Provenance: 19th-century ownership signature of "Wm. H. Burroughs, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
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2019-10-25 08:45:04
Gaguin, Robert.
Impressit Bertholdus Rembolt, Impensis optimi bibilopolæ Iohaanis parui, 1511. Gaguin (1433?-1502), one of the greatest Parisian humanists of the late 15th century, was a disciple and successor of Guillaume Fichet; he assisted Fichet "in establishing the first printing press in Paris and may have been instrumental in attracting Josse Bade to the capital" (Contemporaries of Erasmus). He was also a patron or friend of Pico della Mirandola, Erasmus, and other young Humanists visiting or living for a while in Paris. This "compendium" is his most celebrated work, a chronicle first published at Paris in 1495 that "exhibited a measure of historical criticism" (Contemporaries of Erasmus). It is devoted to the Hundred Years War, the Italian Wars, and the reigns of Charles VIII and Louis XII. The text is printed in roman with some gothic with a variety of woodcut initials. The title-page consists of the title in one line of type above an => elaborate, essentially full-page woodcut incorporating full-body portraits of Charlemagne, St. Louis, and St. Dagobert, the coats of arms of 12 of the principal regions of France, and the coat of arms of France itself flanked by two stags rampant. The work was printed by Rembolt for Jehan Petit, with => Petit's device in large format appearing on the verso of the last leaf. Evidence of readership: Scattered early marginalia, chiefly of a word or three or four, some marks of emphasis (underscoring, manicules). Provenance: 19th-century ownership signature of "Wm. H. Burroughs, Savannah, Georgia" on folio aa8v and 312v. Most recently in the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-10-24 19:04:02
Gaguin, Robert.
[colophon: Parisiis: Impressit Bertholdus Rembolt, Impensis optimi bibilopol� Iohaanis parui, 1511]. [colophon: Parisiis: Impressit Bertholdus Rembolt, Impensis optimi bibilopolæ Iohaanis parui, 1511]. 8vo (19 cm, 7.5"). [16], 312 ff. Gaguin (1433?–1502), one of the greatest Parisian humanists of the late 15th century, was a disciple and successor of Guillaume Fichet; he assisted Fichet "in establishing the first printing press in Paris and may have been instrumental in attracting Josse Bade to the capital" (Contemporaries of Erasmus). He was also a patron or friend of Pico della Mirandola, Erasmus, and other young Humanists visiting or living for a while in Paris. This "compendium" is his most celebrated work, a chronicle first published at Paris in 1495 that "exhibited a measure of historical criticism" (Contemporaries of Erasmus). It is devoted to the Hundred Years War, the Italian Wars, and the reigns of Charles VIII and Louis XII. The text is printed in roman with some gothic with a variety of woodcut initials. The title-page consists of the title in one line of type above an => elaborate, essentially full-page woodcut incorporating full-body portraits of Charlemagne, St. Louis, and St. Dagobert, the coats of arms of 12 of the principal regions of France, and the coat of arms of France itself flanked by two stags rampant. The work was printed by Rembolt for Jehan Petit, with => Petit's device in large format appearing on the verso of the last leaf. Evidence of readership: Scattered early marginalia, chiefly of a word or three or four, some marks of emphasis (u … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-10-23 23:14:16
Gaguin, Robert.
Impressit Bertholdus Rembolt, Impensis optimi bibilopolæ Iohaanis parui, 1511. Gaguin (1433?-1502), one of the greatest Parisian humanists of the late 15th century, was a disciple and successor of Guillaume Fichet; he assisted Fichet "in establishing the first printing press in Paris and may have been instrumental in attracting Josse Bade to the capital" (Contemporaries of Erasmus). He was also a patron or friend of Pico della Mirandola, Erasmus, and other young Humanists visiting or living for a while in Paris. This "compendium" is his most celebrated work, a chronicle first published at Paris in 1495 that "exhibited a measure of historical criticism" (Contemporaries of Erasmus). It is devoted to the Hundred Years War, the Italian Wars, and the reigns of Charles VIII and Louis XII. The text is printed in roman with some gothic with a variety of woodcut initials. The title-page consists of the title in one line of type above an => elaborate, essentially full-page woodcut incorporating full-body portraits of Charlemagne, St. Louis, and St. Dagobert, the coats of arms of 12 of the principal regions of France, and the coat of arms of France itself flanked by two stags rampant. The work was printed by Rembolt for Jehan Petit, with => Petit's device in large format appearing on the verso of the last leaf. Evidence of readership: Scattered early marginalia, chiefly of a word or three or four, some marks of emphasis (underscoring, manicules). Provenance: 19th-century ownership signature of "Wm. H. Burroughs, Savannah, Georgia" on folio aa8v and 312v. Most recently in the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-10-19 09:37:53
Julius II, Pope.
[Rome], (Giacomo Mazzocchi), [probably late 1511]. 4to. (4) ff. With the woodcut Papal arms on the title-page. Modern half vellum over marbled boards. Papal breve regarding the deposition and excommunication of the rebellious cardinals Bernardino Carvajal, Guillaume Briçonnet, Francesco Borgia, and René de Prie for having convoked the schismatic second Council of Pisa in 1511. After the death of Julius II and the election of Leo X in 1513, the surviving rebels apologized and were once more received into the church. - Slight waterstaining throughout; an old handwritten shelfmark to title. Edit 16, CNCE 51235. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-10-19 09:37:52
Julius II, Pope).
[Rome, Etienne Guillery, likely October 1511]. 4to. (12) ff. With the woodcut Papal arms on the title-page. Modern half vellum over marbled boards. Papal bull deposing Cardinals Bernardino Carvajal, Guillaume Briçonnet, and Francesco Borgia for having convoked the schismatic second Council of Pisa. After the death of Julius II and the election of Leo X in 1513, the surviving rebel cardinals apologized and were once more received into the church. - According to the HAB Wolfenbüttel, the author was Adriano Castellesi (1458-1518). The printer is identified by F. Barberi, Tipografi romani del Cinquecento (S. 49). - Some waterstaining throughout; an old handwritten shelfmark to the title-page (trimmed). Edit 16, CNCE 51375. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-10-18 13:34:13
HORTUS, SANITATIS:.
(In fine, colophon:) impressum Venetiis per Bernardinum Benalium et Ioannem de Cereto de Tridino alias Tacuinum, MCCCCCXI (Venezia, Taquino da Trino), 1511). in folio (mm. 350X210), ff. 368 n.n., leg. coeva piena pergamena, titolo ms. al dorso (rifatto). Prima edizione impressa in Italia, e quinta in assoluto, di questa enciclopedia di storia naturale, stampata per la prima volta a Mainz nel 1491. Testo su due colonne, caratt. gotico, titolo entro elaborata bordura vegetale. Copiosamente Illustrato da circa 1000 magnifiche silografie nel testo (di circa mm 95x70 ognuna) raffiguranti piante, animali, figure umane e mostruose, per la maggior parte tratte dall'edizione del Pruss del 1509. Tre silogr. a piena pagina: al verso del tit. Consulto di medici, tratto dalla Chirurgia di Guglielmo da Piacenza del 1504; al f. A verso: Scheletro umano sormontato dalla scritta ''Homo natus de muliere brevi vivens tempore''; al f. aa verso: Consulto di medici, liberamente tratto dalla tavola del Ketham ''Fasciculo de medicina'' 1493. Importante e rara edizione di quest'opera, una sorta di ''musée à peu près compler de la superstition médiévale'' (Sander), ma particolarmente dettagliata nella sezione dedicata alla botanica: per ogni pianta vengono infatti fornite le proprietà medico-curative, le origini geografiche e i sinonimi. Ottimo esemplare, assai fresco. Essling 1723. Nissen 2368. Sander 3470. Mortimer I, 238. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2019-10-07 20:17:09
Eliahu Natan ben Yechiel of Rome
Istanbul, 1511. Istanbul. Aruch haKatzar, 1511, Istanbul. Author: Eliahu Natan ben Yechiel of Rome. Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. . Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1511.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-10-07 08:35:42
Three pages from "Decades" by Titus Livius published in Venice in 1511. Printed on vellum paper. The pages measure 12" H x 8.5" W; folders measure 15" H x 12" W. Light toning and edge wear consistent with age. Folders bear original inventory tags from Ferdinand Roten Galleries Baltimore MD. Each sheet has previous owner's stamp and notation on verso. The book "History of Rome", sometimes referred to as "Ab Urbe Condita", is a monumental history of ancient Rome, written in Latin between 27 and 9 BC by the historian Titus Livius, or "Livy", as he is usually known in English. It is Livy's only surviving work. A copy of this work from 1511 is in The Met Museum in NYC; Deche di Tito Livio vulgare hystoriate, 16 April 1511 https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/353329 There are 87 woodcuts that appear in the work as issued in 1511. Three of those woodcuts are found on these three pages.
Bookseller: gbonline [Palm Desert, California, US]
2019-09-26 09:26:55
GARNIER, Gabriel - BÉZANGER-BEAUQUESNE, Lucienne - DEBARUX, Germaine
2 forts volumes in-4° reliés pleine toile. 1511 p. + 1129 figures - XXXVII planches en couleurs. Très bel état. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Mesnard - Comptoir du Livre Ancien [Ruelle-sur-Touvre, France]
2019-09-25 22:22:19
Hupfuff, Matthias
Straßburg: Getruckt vnd volendet durch Matheis Hupfuff, 1511. Mit 2 blattgroßen Holzschnitten und 91 teils halbseitigen Textholzschnitten. 91 num. Blatt, 4 nn. Bl. Späterer Halb Ledereinband über Holzdeckel mit ergänzter Mittelschließe. Das Buch wurde wohl laut handschriftlichen Eintrag (mit Notizen von 1460 bis 1510) auf dem Vorblatt 1880 restauriert und neu gebunden, dabei Titel als alte Handschrift eingebunden. Das Titelblatt, sowie die Blatt 6, 7 u. 35 und das letzte Blatt vom Register als Kopie auf Originalpapier eingebunden. Das Buch ist so komplett. Etwas fleckig und gebräunt, teils im Bug verstärkt, Blatt 2 Fingerfleckig mit minimaler Fehlstelle im weißen oberen Rand. Vorgebunden 2 handschriftliche Blatt. Seelen-Wurzgarten von 1511 Das Buch der Selen wurtzgarte(n) genant das ist gar kurtzweilig zelesen geistlichen und weltlichen menschen mit seinen Figuren und Exempeln. Getruckt vnd volendet in der freyen Statt Straßburg. durch Matheis Hupfuff. vff Donerstag vor Sãt Matheis tag. Jn de jar nach der Geburt Unsers herren. M.D.Xj. Mit 2 blattgroßen Holzschnitten und 91 teils halbseitigen Textholzschnitten. 91 num. Blatt, 4 nn. Bl. Späterer Halb Ledereinband über Holzdeckel mit ergänzter Mittelschließe. Proctor 10028. Schmidt, Hupfuff 83. Weller 633. Muther 1471. - Eine Verteidigung der christlichen Religion, besonders wider die Einwürfe der Juden' (Panzer, DA 807 zur Ausg. 1515). - Dieses 1511 erschienene Straßburger Holzschnitt-Buch wurde 1515 leicht verändert herausgegeben. Die Holzschnitte sind ausnahmslos Wiederverwendungen aus früheren Drucken, so aus dem Hei … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: www-himalayareisen-de [Berlin, DE]
2019-08-28 10:12:30
1511.
Bookseller: gravures9414 [Champigny sur Marne, France]
2019-08-28 10:12:30
Post Incunabulum Gothic 6 Tracks Gregoire I the Grand 1511-1517 Jehan Petit The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Bookseller: gravures9414 [Champigny sur Marne, FR]
2019-08-22 18:34:10
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Bookseller: gravures9414 [Champigny sur Marne, FR]
2019-07-14 23:59:03
GEILER VON KAYSERBEG (Johannes) et DURER (Albrecht)
Strasbourg, Johann Prüss, 16 janvier 1511. In-4 de (290) feuillets ; veau brun sur ais de bois, dos à nerfs, décor à froid sur les plats (reliure pastiche moderne). Première édition illustrée de la seconde "Nef des fous", en grande partie d'après Albrecht Dürer. La superbe illustration compte cent treize bois gravés, réalisés initialement pour la première édition de la Nef des fous de Sebastian Brant (Bâle, 1494), dont 73 sont l' uvre du jeune Dürer, qui avait résidé quelques mois à Bâle en 1494. On retrouve au titre le célèbre bois gravé figurant la nef des fous. Les autres compositions mettent en scène des hommes, femmes et moines livrés à diverses activités, animaux domestiques, bêtes fabuleuses. L'ouvrage de Johannes Geiler, l'un des plus grands prédicateurs du Xve siècle, parut d'abord, sans illustrations, en 1510. Il consiste en un recueil de sermons que Geiler écrivit pour préparer le Carême de 1498-1499, suivant la galerie de satires morales établie par son ami Sebastian Brant dans sa Nef des fous. « Geiler von Kaysersberg, le grand prédicateur de la cathédrale de Strasbourg, exploita surtout l action thérapeutique du Narrenschiff sur les âmes en peine ou en perdition : à ses yeux c était "le miroir du salut" (der spiegel des heils), tout comme pour Onofrius Brant, le fils du poète, c était "la nef du salut" (das schiff des heils). Une année durant, du mercredi des Cendres 1498 jusqu au jour de Pâques 1499, le "Bossuet alsacien" fit du haut de sa magnifique chaire des sermons inspirés par certains vers ou chapitres du Narrenschiff, car il estimait que les caricature … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Zograscope [Paris, France]
2019-07-14 09:34:33
CICERON
[Paris]: 1511. CICERON Marcus Tullius - Opera philosophica ciceronis CICERON Marcus Tullius Opera philosophica ciceronis Venundantur ab Ioanne Paruo & Iodoco Badio, [Paris] 1511, In Folio, (8) ff. clxxii. Sig : ã? ??, Aa-Zz?, AA? BB¹?, relié. Première édition de ces œuvres philosophiques de Cicéron qui connaîtront, par les mêmes éditeurs, plusieurs rééditions, notamment en 1531. Page de titre en rouge et noir, ornée d'un encadrement architectural. Marque de l'imprimeur au centre représentant des ouvriers actionnant une presse. Magnifiques et grandes lettrines Renaissance en tête de chaque livre. Brunet (II, 6) signale que c'est le texte de l'édition de Milan de 1499 qui a été reproduit à Paris. Non référencé dans Adams. Date de publication sur le verso de la page de titre et sur le dernier feuillet, au colophon.Edition partagée entre Josse Badius et Jehan Petit ; dans la plupart des autres éditions, c'est la marque de l'imprimeur Jehan Petit que l'on trouve, mais pas dans cet exemplaire où, dans la vignette représentant une imprimerie, on lit en lettres rouges Presso Ascensiansi.Reliure en pleine basane brune XVIIIème, pastiche d'une reliure Renaissance française à encadrements ; succession de filets d'encadrement et de frises aboutissant à un rectangle central. Dos à nerfs orné de semis d'étoiles à froid. Bon état d'ensemble. Quelques taches. Un accident au mors supérieur en queue avec manque. Page de titre doublée en marges avec manques comblés, angle inférieur doublé au feuillet suivant, un travail de ver en marge inférieure affectant les six premiers feuillets sans atte … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
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