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2013-11-09 14:17:22
Mercator, Gerhard:
Gerhard Mercator , geboren am 5. März 1512 in Rupelmonde, Grafschaft Flandern, gestorben am 2. Dezember 1594 in Duisburg, Mathematiker, Geograph und Kartograf. Altkolorierter Original-Kupferstich aus dem "Belgii inferioris geographica tabule" von Gerhard Mercator, Duisburg 1585, Seite 185 und 186. Rückseitig Text in Latein, sowie kolorierter Initiale. Kupferstich gerahmt im teils vergoldeten Holzrahmen mit rückseitigem Sichtfenster. Maße Platte: 35,0 x 46,5 cm. Blattgröße: ca. 46 x 57 cm. Rahmen: 50,5 x 61,0 cm. Blatt mit winzigen Fleckchen, sichtbare Mittelfalz. Sehr gutes Exemplar. Colored original-copper engraving by Gerhard Mercator from about 1585. Backside latin text and colored initial. Copper engraving framed in wooden frame, backside with viewing window. Measure plate: 35,0 x 46,5 cm. Measure sheet: 46 x 57 cm. Measure frame: 50,5 x 61,0 cm. Sheet with little spots, visible middle fold. Fine condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2013-06-10 14:52:46
LE FEVRE J., D'ETAPLES.
(In fine: Parisiis, [...] ex Officina Henrici Stephani [Henri Estienne], 1512), in-folio, cartonatura sei-settecentesca, cc. 10. Il volume è completo così: cfr. Renouard "Annales de l'Imprimerie des Estiennes", vol. 1, p. 12, n. 7 e l'esemplare posseduto dalla British Library. Pubblicazione non presente in ICCU.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini
2012-06-25 16:04:54
Julius II., Papst. [Concilium Lateranense V].
[Nürnberg, Johann Weissenburger, 1512]. - 2 unnum. Bll. Mit halbseitigem Wappenholzschnitt am Titel. 4to. Von Balthasar Tuerdus und Jakob Questenberg am 15. Mai 1512 unterfertigte Bulle zur Verlängerung des 5. Laterankonzils. Nach Julius' Tod im Folgejahr von Papst Leo X. fortgesetzt, schloß das Konzil 1517 mit der Beendigung des Pisaner Schismas und mit einer begonnenen Kirchenreform. Das Konzil verwarf auch die Pragmatische Sanktion von Bourges (1438), die auf eine französische Nationalkirche abgezielt hatte. - Selten, das letzte auf einer Auktion angebotene Exemplar dieser Ausgabe fälschlich als "bibliographisch nicht nachweisbar" beschrieben (Zisska & Kistner, 46, 538). VD 16, K 245. Nicht im BM-STC German. Nicht bei Adams.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
2012-06-25 16:04:54
Julius II., Papst. [Concilium Lateranense V].
[Nürnberg, Johann Weissenburger, 1512]. - 4 unnum. Bll. Mit halbseitigem Wappenholzschnitt am Titel. 4to. Von Balthasar Tuerdus und Jakob Questenberg unterfertigte Bulle, mit der sich Papst Julius II. an jene franzöisischen Kleriker richtete, die der 5. Lateransynode fernblieben, die er 1512 gegen das antipäpstliche Konzil von Pisa einberufen hatte. - Selten, das letzte auf einer Auktion angebotene Exemplar dieser Ausgabe fälschlich dem römische Drucker Marcello Silber zugeschrieben (Zisska & Kistner, 46, 537). - Sauber und fleckenfrei. VD 16, K 249. Vgl. BM-STC Italian 571 (andere Ausgaben).
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
2012-06-15 10:29:52
VORAGINE, JACOBUS DE (CA. 1230-1298)
Westminster: Wynkyn de Worde, successor to William Caxton). Near fine. 1512. . Translated by William Caxton. 4 pgs The two conjugate leaves are from the" Passyon of Our Lorde," pages XII-XIV. Lovely woodcut on page XIV, showing Christ on the cross with his mother and disciples below Him. 46 lines per page. Caxton translated this collection of lives of the saints, written in the thirteenth century in Latin. He first printed it in his worshop in Westminster, England in 1483. The present edition was published in 1512 by his successor, Wynkyn de Worde.<BR> <A HREF='http://www.oldbooks.com/images/PHBOOKSVO97097 jpg'> <BR>& <BR> <A HREF='http://www.oldbooks.com/images PHBOOKSVO97097a.jpg'> <BR>& <BR> <A HREF='http://www.oldbooks.com/images PHBOOKSVO97097b.jpg'> <BR .
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2012-06-15 10:18:43
Corpus Juris Canonici; Gratian the Canonist
1512. Margarita Seu Tabula Martiniana. Handsomely Printed Edition of Gratian, Lyons 1512 Corpus Juris Canonici. Gratian the Canonist [c.1090-c.1160]. Johannes Teutonicus [c. 1175-1245], Glosses. Astesano [d.c. 1330]. Polonus, Martinus [d. 1279]. Bartolomeo da Brescia [d. 1258], Glosses. Decreti Huius Amplissimum Argume[n]tum: Consanguinitatis & Affinitatis Arboristic Imprimitur. fo. ccclxxxv: Hic Divisiones Domini Archidyaconi hic Reperiuntur: Adduntur Biblie Capita Caractere Textuali Impressa: Pregnans Tabula pro Glosaru[m] Medullis in Marginibus Positis: Canonum Congregatio Perfecta sub Indice Fidelissimo Varia Carmina Totam Breviter Materiam Complectentia : Inest Decretum Abbreviatum Enigmata Succincte Resoluens: Seorsum Concilia Sunt hic Diversis ex Locis Coadunata: Margarita Seu Tabula Martiniana Nuperrime Recognita hic Inferitur. [Lyons]: Francoys Fradin, [1512]. CCCCXXVI, [22], XXXVIII, [2] ff. Woodcut tables of descent and consanguinity. Text in parallel columns within linear gloss. Folio 15-1/2" x 11" (39 x 28 cm). Early calf, raised bands, lettering piece and gilt ornaments to spine. Moderate rubbing to boards with some (mostly shallow) scuffing, heavier rubbing to extremities with wear to spine ends, board edges and corners, front hinge cracked but secure, bookplate residue to front pastedown, front free endpaper partially detached, rear hinge starting, light soiling to title page. Fol. 1 features a large woodcut frontispiece of Gratian surrounded by Old Testament figures, saints and church fathers. Printed marginalia. Large woodcut printed device to title page, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2012-06-15 10:18:43
Gratian the Canonist
1512. Handsomely Printed Edition of Gratian, Lyons 1512 Gratian, the Canonist [c.1090-c.1160]. Johannes Teutonicus [c. 1175-1245], Glosses. Astesano [d.c. 1330]. Martinus, Polonus [d. 1279]. Bartolomeo da Brescia [d. 1258], Glosses. Decreti Huius Amplissimum Argume[n]tum: Consanguinitatis & Affinitatis Arboristic Imprimitur. fo. ccclxxxv: Hic Divisiones Domini Archidyaconi hic Reperiuntur: Adduntur Biblie Capita Caractere Textuali Impressa: Pregnans Tabula pro Glosaru[m] Medullis in Marginibus Positis: Canonum Congregatio Perfecta sub Indice Fidelissimo Varia Carmina Totam Breviter Materiam Complectentia : Inest Decretum Abbreviatum Enigmata Succincte Resoluens: Seorsum Concilia Sunt hic Diversis ex Locis Coadunata: Margarita Seu Tabula Martiniana Nuperrime Recognita hic Inferitur. [Lyons]: Francoys Fradin, [1512]. CCCCXXVI, [22], XXXVIII, [2] ff. Woodcut tables of descent and consanguinity. Text in parallel columns within linear gloss. Folio (15-1/2" x 11"). Later calf, raised bands, lettering piece and gilt ornaments to spine. Moderate rubbing to boards with some (mostly shallow) scuffing, heavier rubbing to extremities with wear to spine ends, board edges and corners, front hinge cracked but secure, bookplate residue to front pastedown, front free endpaper partially detached, rear hinge starting, light soiling to title page. Fol. 1 features a large woodcut frontispiece of Gratian surrounded by Old Testament figures, saints and church fathers. Large woodcut printed device to title page, woodcut decorated initials, text printed in gothic type. Minor worming to text block, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2012-06-09 07:05:32
STOEFFLER, Petrus
Complete with all of the woodcut plates of astrolabes (with extended folding parts), text illustrations and diagrams, many full-page, and 2 folding. Wonderful printer's device on title and full-page device on the final colophon leaf. Early vellum-backed paste boards; interior very clean, probably washed; small discoloration on title and marginal wormholes on a few leaves. Some contemporary annotations, from the library of Owen Gingerich, with his bookplate. The work was originally printed in 1512/13 under the title Elucidatio fabricae ususque astrola. . . The present edition is probably the third printing, but published for the first time by Peter Jordan who had just established his workshop in Mainz. Stoeffler's treatise on the construction and use of the astrolabe was the most influential in the Renaissance. It was reprinted sixteen times and virtually every treatise on the astrolabe since has referenced it. The success of this work stems from the fact that it is clear, concise and complete, and that it required only a modest background to understand. There are detailed instructions on how to lay out the components of a planispheric astrolabe and how to use it for common problems, such as measuring the depth of a tank buried underground. Wonderful illustrations depict how to use astrolabes to solve different mathematical and other problems. The second part contains treatises on sundials, on geometrical measuring of altitudes, plane surfaces and depths, and well as chapters on horoscope casting and prognostics.& & Stoeffler (1452-1531), mathematician, astronomer an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscript
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2012-04-17 18:18:14
- Manuscrito de una carta ejecutoria de hidalguía, 1512, 30x22, encuadernado en piel, 20 hojas, ilustrado (portada, letras capitulares), Antequera, Málaga, siglo XVI
Bookseller: Librería Francisco Soler / Lib. Abadía
2012-04-07 18:05:09
MERCATOR, Gerard
Amsterdam: Jocus Hondius. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 13.25" x 18 7/8". Great map of Sicily. Nicely detailed geographic features, particularly in the erupting Mount Aetna. French text on verso. Full original margins, minor aging along edges. Tear to right margin and bottom edge. Mercator (1512-1594) was an accomplished mathematician, cartographer, globe maker and engraver but is best known for the Mercator Projection. Incorporating the newly accepted fact that the world is round, Mercator was able to render longitude lines consistently straight on a chart. Although this requires some distortion, it was of great use for navigators, and is historically important, as it is still the most commonly used projection today.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store
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2012-04-01 13:33:27
SAINT JOHN OF DAMASCUS.:
Parisijs, Ex Officina Henrici Stephani,. 1512.. quatuor libris explicata: et adiecto ad litteram commentario elucidata. I. De ineffabili divinitate. - II. De creaturarum genesi, ordine Moseos. - III. De ijs quae ab incarnatione usq[ue] ad resurrectionem Christi. - IIII. De ijs quae post resurrectionem usq[ue] ad universalem resurrectionem. Second edition 1512, translated into Latin by Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples, commentary by Josse Clichtove. Latin text, large 8vo, 275 x 180 mm, 10¾ x 7 inches, engraved title page, title enclosed in a circle within pictorial border of angels and flowers incorporating the arms of the University of Paris and the initials H.S. of the printer, 4 diagrams in the text, numerous decorated and pictorial initials, leaves 1-125, 145-203, LACKING LEAVES 126-144, also lacking final blank C4, present on the last 5 leaves are index, errata and colophon, text in roman letter alternating with commentary in small roman, bound in full old vellum, music staves ruled red in with black notes and words to covers, hand lettered title to spine, remains of old paper label to tail of spine, all edges dark green, trace of ties to covers and pastedowns. Vellum discoloured and lightly soiled along edges, a couple of stains to lower cover, a few pinholes, 2 very small cracks to upper hinge, spine darkened and spotted, front inner hinge partly cracked, neat old inscription and hand written library number to front endpapers, blank margins trimmed away from title page, now laid down on old paper, 3 small light ink stains and a little pale browning to title page, no loss … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2012-03-30 22:45:44
Maximilian I., römisch-deutscher Kaiser (1459-1519).
Köln, 11. IX. 1512.. 1 S. Qu.-Imp.-Folio (310:444 mm). Mit rotem Wachssiegel.. Schönes Dokument zur Reichsgeschichte des frühen 16. Jahrhunderts. Die Verhängung der Reichsacht (1512-1518) wegen Leiningens Eintritt in französische Kriegsdienste. - Mit gedr. Handzeichen des Kaisers und einer gedr. Gegenzeichnung von Kanzler Cyprian von Serenthein. - Gering stockfleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2012-03-24 17:51:57
LEYDEN. (LUCAS VAN. 1494-1533).
LEYDEN. (LUCAS VAN. 1494-1533). LE CHRIST ET LES APÔTRES. MARIE. SANS LIEU. SANS NOM. SANS DATE. ENSEMBLE DE 14 GRAVURES GRAVÉES AU BURIN, TOUTES SIGNÉES DE L'INITIALE «L» DANS LA PLANCHE, (7,5 X 11,5 CENTIMÈTRES ENVIRON) CONTRECOLLÉES SUR 14 FEUILLETS PAPIER VÉLIN, RELIURE XIX° 1/2 CHAGRIN ROUGE, DOS A CINQ NERFS, NON TITRE (21,5 X 27,5 CENTIMÈTRES ENVIRON). AVEC UN EX-LIBRIS ARMORIE GRAVE (ARMES INDÉTERMINÉES). CONTIENT LA SÉRIE COMPLÈTE DES 13 GRAVURES «LE CHRIST ET LES APÔTRES» A LAQUELLE A ÉTÉ AJOUTÉE UNE GRAVURE DE LA VIERGE MARIE, SOIT : LE CHRIST EN MAJESTÉ , MARIA VIRGO MATER DNI NOSTRI, S. PETRUS, S. ANDREAS, S. IACOBUS MAIOR, S. IOANNES, S. THOMAS, S. IACOBUS MINOR, S. PHILIPPUS, S. MATTHEUS, S. BARTHOLOMAEUS, S. SIMON, S. IUDAS THADAEUS, S. MATTHIAS. TIRAGE POSTÉRIEUR, SANS DOUTE DU XVII°, DE CETTE SÉRIE RÉALISÉE A L'ORIGINE EN 1512. MENTION MANUSCRITE : "AMÉDÉE DE RAYMOND". (IL POURRAIT S'AGIR D'AMÉDÉE DE RAYMOND. 1784-1855). TRÈS BEL ÉTAT. (RÉFÉRENCE LIBRAIRIE : 216).
Bookseller: Librairie du Château de Capens [Capens, France]
2011-11-20 09:20:14
Maximilian I., römisch-deutscher Kaiser (1459-1519).
Köln, 11. IX. 1512. - 1 S. Qu.-Imp.-Folio (310 x 444 mm). Mit rotem Wachssiegel. Schönes Dokument zur Reichsgeschichte des frühen 16. Jahrhunderts. Die Verhängung der Reichsacht (1512-1518) wegen Leiningens Eintritt in französische Kriegsdienste. - Mit gedr. Handzeichen des Kaisers und einer gedr. Gegenzeichnung von Kanzler Cyprian von Serenthein. - Gering stockfleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
2008-11-26 22:40:30
Julius II., Papst. [Concilium Lateranense V].
[Nürnberg, Johann Weissenburger, 1512].. 2 unnum. Bll. Mit halbseitigem Wappenholzschnitt am Titel. 4to.. Von Balthasar Tuerdus und Jakob Questenberg am 15. Mai 1512 unterfertigte Bulle zur Verlängerung des 5. Laterankonzils. Nach Julius' Tod im Folgejahr von Papst Leo X. fortgesetzt, schloß das Konzil 1517 mit der Beendigung des Pisaner Schismas und mit einer begonnenen Kirchenreform. Das Konzil verwarf auch die Pragmatische Sanktion von Bourges (1438), die auf eine französische Nationalkirche abgezielt hatte. - Selten, das letzte auf einer Auktion angebotene Exemplar dieser Ausgabe fälschlich als "bibliographisch nicht nachweisbar" beschrieben (Zisska & Kistner, 46, 538). - VD 16, K 245. Nicht im BM-STC German. Nicht bei Adams.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2008-11-26 22:40:30
[Concilium Lateranense V].
[Rom, Marcello Silber, 1512].. 4 unnum. Bll. (d. l. w.). Geheftet. 4to.. Sendschrift des französischen Königs Ludwig XI. an Papst Pius II. vom 27. November 1461, hier neu aufgelegt im Rahmen der 5. Lateransynode, die Papst Julius II. 1512 gegen das antipäpstliche Konzil von Pisa einberief. Das Laterankonzil verwarf unter anderem die 1438 unterzeichnete Pragmatische Sanktion von Bourges, die auf eine französische Nationalkirche abgezielt hatte. Trotz Ludwigs hier vorliegender Versicherung, er habe die Pragmatische Sanktion "im ganzen Reich und in der Dauphine" abrogiert, blieb sie dem Geiste nach in Kraft; 1463 und 1464 erließ er "eine Reihe von Ordonanzen 'zur Abwehr der röm. Übergriffe u. Herstellung der alten gallikan. Freiheiten'. 1567 hob er sie abermals auf, fuhr aber fort, ganz im Sinne der Pragmatischen Sanktion zu handeln" (LThK VIII, 425). Nachdem die Bischofsversammlung zu Rom 1510 auf Wunsch Ludwigs XII. erklärte, man habe sich an die Pragmatische Sanktion zu halten, verwarf das 5. Laterankonzil dieselbe endgültig; 1516 wurde sie von Franz I. durch das Konkordat ersetzt. Der vorliegende, vom Vatikan veranstaltete Druck von Ludwigs Abrogationsschrift sollte wohl die französische Kirche an gegebene Zusagen erinnern und die Grundlage für eine Lösung des Streits im Sinne Roms bereiten. - Am Schluß mit Kollationsbestätigung von Johannes Gerones, Notar der Apostolischen Kammer; darunter Nachdruckverbot von Balthasar Tuerdus. - Kl. Braunfleck am Titel. Fast unmerkliche Spuren früherer Faltung; letztes Bl. v. a. verso etwas gebräunt bzw. braun- und fingerfleckig. - Adams … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2008-11-23 15:05:27
Apuleius, Lucius
Florence, [1512, colophon]: Philippi de Giunta, printer with his device on Colophon Latin, (4)pp., ccliii (253)leaves, bound in full contemporary vellum, spine lettered, ruled and decorated in brown ink, all edges blue, a few leaves with scattered foxing but mostly fresh and bright, small abraision near foot but not a significant defect. The philosophical treatises which comprise the major part of the book deal both with Plato and his interpreter in the Renaissance, Marsilius Ficino. He wrote three books on Plato (the third is lost): De Platone et eius dogmate ("On Plato and His Teaching") and De Deo Socratis ("On the God of Socrates"), which expounds the Platonic notion of demons, beneficent creatures intermediate between gods and mortals (Ency. Britannica). Of historical interest, the Medici family ruled Florence between 1434-1531, they lost control and were expelled in 1494 and a Florentine Republic was established. The Medici were restored in 1512, (the publication date of this work) and Machiavelli would publish his book "The Prince" the following year. John M. Najemy, in his book titled "Between Friends" notes "Apuleius was, or would become, a major inspiration for Machiavelli in the Asino. A superb copy printed by Philippi de Ginta with his printer's mark. Very nice.. 4" x 6 1/2" .
Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc.
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