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2019-02-19 20:46:37
Postinkunabel Valla - Commementarium grammaticorum lingua latin 1513 Venedig Laurentius Valla - Commentarium grammaticorum. Libri de Elegantia lingua latinae. Venedig, Tacuinius 1513. 97 nummeriertre Blatt mit 7 große (davon drei figürlichen) und zahlreichen kleinen Holzschnittinitialen. Ohne das Titelblatt und das letzte weiße Blatt. Moderner Halbledereinband. Einige Blatt mit kleinen Wurmlöchern. Insgesamt allerdings in schönem Zustand. Diese Ausgabe nicht bei Adams und Panzer. Frühe und seltene Ausgabe des wohl wichtigsten sprachwissenschaftlichen Werkes von Laurentius Valla. In dieser grenzt er das klassische vom mittelalterlichen Latein ab.
Bookseller: suedstadt_antiquariat [Karlsruhe, DE]
2019-02-04 19:27:30
<Parisiensis>, Guilelmus (1437-1485), Urs (1485-1527) Graf und Jo
Basileae, Adam Petri, 1513. Condition: Gut. Ordentliches Exemplar, eng beschnitten mit einigen Wurmgängen, der Einband etwas berieben und mit Besitzvermerk von alter Hand sowie zahlreichen handschriftlichen Bemerkungen im Text von alter Hand. Bibliogr. Nachweis: VD 16 E 4385; Die Vorlage enth. insgesamt 2 Werke. Traditionelle Zuschreibung an Guilelmus Parisiensis; wirkl. Verf. Johannes Herolt? - Bearbeitung der neuen Glossen und des Directorium ist Daniel Agricola; die Holzschnitte sind von Urs Graf. Vorlageform des Erscheinungsvermerks am Ende der Postilla: ... ex officina prouidi viri Adam petri de Lange[n]dorff: ciuis Basiliensis ... emanata: Anno Millesimo quinge[n]tesimodecimotercio: pridie Kalendas Augusti ... [Ende der Passio:] ... Operaq[ue] Adæ petri de Langendorff ... pridie Kalendas Augusti Basileæ impressa ... Anno M.D.XIII. Artikeldetails Postilla Guillermi super Epistolas et Euangelia, per totius anni circu[m]itum: De tempore/ Sanctis/ et pro defunctis: ere et arte noua impressa : cum quada[m] notabili interlineari/ hactenus inuisa: cuiusdam viri religiosi/ pro scholasticis exarata: Directorioq[ue] alphabetico adornata, (IN LATEINISCHER SPRACHE) und ,,,Passio Domini nostri Jesu Christi secundum seriem quatuor evangelistarum..., Guilelmus (1437-1485), Urs (1485-1527) Graf und Johannes ? Herolt, Basileae, Adam Petri, 1513. mit einer großflächigen Titelvignette und einem zweifarbigen Titel und 97 monogrammierten Vignetten im Text von Urs Graf sowie vielen Initialen, [8], 186, [4], 39, [1] Bl 15x20, braunes Ldr der Zeit Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 47179 Beme … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: baldreit [Baden-Baden, DE]
2019-02-02 10:04:41
VALERIUS MAXIMUS[MAXIMUS VALERIUS]
(Venetiis, per D. Lu. Ant. de Giunta 1513 die xx mensis Augusti). Cm. 28,5 cc. (12) cccxiv [recte ccciii, omesse nella numerazione le cc. ccxc-ccxcix, ultima carta bianca assente. Il nostro esemplare presenta l'aggiunta di un secondo frontespizio identico al primo applicato dopo l'ultima carta preliminare]. Ex-libris Petri Buoninsegni (Siena 1814). Con 9 bellissime e nitide incisioni xilografiche n.t. a illustrare ciscuno dei nove libri dell'opera; centinaia di bellissimi capilettera xilografici. Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena con titoli ms al dorso. Mancanze alle estremità del dorso, frontespizio un po' sporco e rinforzato nel margine esterno (secondo frontespizio, identico al primo e fascicolato dopo l'ultima carta preliminare, decisamente più fresco), mancanze (testo non interessato) agli angoli delle prime carte, lievi aloni sparsi (più evidenti nelle carte finali) e sporadiche macchiette. Esemplare un po' corto di margini (con interessamento di alcune lettere delle note al margine delle carte finali), peraltro esemplare nel complesso in discreto stato di conservazione. Importante edizione giuntina dei celebri "Factorum et dictorum memorabilium libri novem" di Valerio Massimo, storico romano attivo nei primi decenni del primo secolo d.C. L'Autore scrisse questo celebre manuale di esempi retorico-morali (diviso in 9 libri e 95 categorie di vizi e virtù) raccogliendo fatti e aneddoti di storia romana forniti al lettore come esempi di comportamenti virtuosi. Tratta di religione, auspici, prodigi, sogni, fortezza, valore, disciplina militare, trionfi, povertà, ge … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2019-02-01 17:15:39
[Albuquerque, Afonso de] - Manuel I, King of Portugal
Vienna, Hieronymus Vietor & Johannes Singriener, 16. IX, 1513. 4to. (8) pp. Modern brown half calf over marbled boards with gilt spine title. A highly important letter by King Manuel to Pope Leo X, reporting on the great victories of Don Afonso de Albuquerque in India, especially the conquest of Malacca in 1511. Albuquerque (1453-1515) advanced the three-fold Portuguese grand scheme of combatting Islam and securing the trade of spices and the establishment of a vast Portuguese Asian empire. 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 South-Eastern Arabia. This very rare Viennese edition (the fourth altogether) was printed in the same year as the original Rome edition. The preface states that the text from which it was set was sent from Rome to Georg Slatkonia, Bishop of Vienna. "Of this edition, copies must have been so rare even as early as the late 16th century, that neither Andreas and Franz Schott nor Pistorius had knowledge of it. Necessarily, this increases the value of the present edition" (Denis, p. 83). - Some dampstaining in the margins; lower edge shows slight paper flaws. Old ownership in ink, dated 1600, in margin of final page. Latterly in the library of Swedish antiquarian bookdealer Björn Löwendahl (1941-2013). - VD 16, P 4374. Denis p. 82, no. 86. Not in Adams or BM-STC German.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-01-31 21:58:42
MARSICANUS (Leo "Cardenal de Ostia")
Chronica sacri Casinensis Coenobii nuper impressoriae arti tradita, ac nunquam alias impressa, in qua totius monasticae religionis summa consistit.- (Al fin) Impressum Venetiis per Lazarum Soardis diexii Martii M. D. XIII (1513); en 8º mayor plena piel chagren marrón con orla tipo renacimiento gofrada en tapas y pequeños hierros dorados, adornos gofrados y tejuelos dorados en lomo, firmada por Luna, 8 hojas, incluida portada, con preliminares e índice, 215 folios. Letra redonda romana a una columna. Pequeñas capitulares grabadas y marca del impresor en último folio. Excelente papel. El ejemplar que ofrecemos tiene las siguientes faltas: La portada sufrió la amputación de unos 5 cm de papel en su parte inferior afectando en el anverso a parte del grabado xilográfico que representa a los santos Placido, Benedicto y Mauro; y, en el reverso a otro grabado en madera que representa a la Virgen del Rosario (se remarginó con papel blanco): En la 2ª hoja perdida de la esquina inferior derecha remarginada con papel blanco, que afecta a unas 5 líneas de texto. Puntos de polilla tapados en parte blanca superointerna de folios 1 a 15 y sintapar en parte blanca interna cerca del cosido desde el folio 65 al 88 sin afectar al texto. Se trata de la primera edición rarísima de la crónica que cuenta la historia del Monasterio de Monte Casino escrita por el Cardenal León Marsicano (1045 - 1115). El ejemplar que ofrecemos que muestra el exlibris de la Biblioteca del Duque de Medinaceli, pese a los defectos descritos es de gran belleza, destacando por su limpieza. Brunet, tomo 3º, 982.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ SL [Spain]
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2019-01-31 13:26:21
WALDESEEMULLER
[Strassburg,: Johann Schott, 1513]. Description Double-page woodcut map. Waldeseemullers strking map of Scandinavia.NotesThis work was based on the manuscript maps of Sanuto and Vesconte of c.1320, which were updated by Nicholaus Germanus in 1482 to include more cities and textual information. As noted by Ginsberg:Waldseemuller's map . . .appeared in the supplmental section of modern maps. A faithful coy of the Ulm map published thirty-one years earlier, it too, is a woodcut. The title, however, differs from the Ulm 1486 edition by no longer referring to Prussia and Livonia. As on the 1482 map, Norway is shown as "norbegia." Most of the same cities are also included-- "asto" (oslo, 'begensis" (Bergen), Nodrosia (Niadros or Trondheim), and "Stauargnsis.". The lines to text in letterpress on the right-hand side that specify lines of parallel and lengths of days have been retained. Ginsberg, Scandinavia 5.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2019-01-30 17:46:04
ÄGYPTEN ( Egypt ) - LIBYEN:
1513, 33,5 x ( 42,5 bzw. 48,5 ) Trapezform Betz, Mapping of Africa, S. 37 ff.; sehr seltene Karte aus dem ersten "modernen" Atlas der Welt ( nochmals 1520 verlegt ), Siehe auch Meine, in "Die Ulmer Geographie des Ptolemäus, 1482", S. 62 "Dieser Atlas ist eine der bedeutendsten Ptolemäus-Ausgaben .". - Die Karte zeigt das nordöstiche Afrika mit Ägypten und Ostlibyen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2019-01-30 17:46:03
PAKISTAN:
1513, 40 x ( 30,5 x 37 ) Trapezform Karrow 80/ 28. - Sehr seltene Ausgabe dieser Karte aus dem ersten "modernen" Atlas der Welt, der 1513 bei Schott in Strassburg erschien. Siehe auch Meine, in "Die Ulmer Geographie des Ptolemäus, 1482", S. 62: "Dieser Atlas ist eine der bedeutendsten Ptolemäus-Ausgaben .". Die Karte zeigt Pakistan und Afghanistan. - Mit restaurierter Bugfalte und mit Wasserzeichen Lilie.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2019-01-30 17:46:03
PAKISTAN:
1513, 40 x ( 30,5 x 37 ) Trapezform Karrow 80/ 28. - Sehr seltene Ausgabe dieser Karte aus dem ersten "modernen" Atlas der Welt, der 1513 bei Schott in Strassburg erschien. Siehe auch Meine, in "Die Ulmer Geographie des Ptolemäus, 1482", S. 62: "Dieser Atlas ist eine der bedeutendsten Ptolemäus-Ausgaben .". Die Karte zeigt Pakistan und Afghanistan. - Sehr schönes Exemplar mit Wasserzeichen Lilie.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2019-01-30 17:46:03
IRAN ( Persien / Persia ):
1513, 36,5 x ( 46,5 x 53,5 ) Trapezform Frühe und sehr seltene Karte von Persien ( Ausgabe 1513 oder 1520 ). Die Karte zeigt die Gegend zwischen dem Persischen Golf und Kaspischen Meer.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2019-01-30 09:02:10
LIBURNIO Niccol
Iacopo de Penci da Lecco, Vinegia, 1513. In-8 p. (mm. 207x141), p. pergam. antica, tit. oro su tassello al dorso, 6 cc.nn., 100 cc.num., 2 cc.nn. (lultima bianca), testo in carattere tondo, ornato da lettere iniziali colorate a mano in rosso e blu: due di queste, e precisamente liniziale P (alla dedica a Isabella dEste, Signora di Mantova) inquadrata in sottile cornice su fondo rosa, magnificamente miniata sul margine interno e una seconda iniziale P (alla prima Selvetta) in cornice su fondo azzurro, porta al margine interno tre soli colorati in oro."Prima edizione", rarissima, di unopera in prosa con intermezzi poetici del letterato veneziano Niccol Liburnio (1474-1557), canonico della Basilica di San Marco. Ne "Le Selvette" uno dei motivi pi urgenti quello della vecchia e nuova letteratura volgare, di fronte alla quale il Liburnio si pone affiancando allincontestabilit del magistero degli antichi (Dante, Petrarca, Boccaccio) una decisa affermazione di autorit dei moderni (Antonio Tebaldeo, Iacopo Sannazzaro, Pietro Bembo). Parallela allattivit poetica in volgare fu quella in latino, e affront anche questioni di grammatica e retorica (Le vulgari elegantie). Cos Diz. Biografico Italiani, LXV, pp. 66.Cfr. Parenti Prime ediz. Italiane, p. 312 - Cat. British Library, p. 377 - manca allAdams.Ultima c. bianca con ang. inferiore mancante, altrim. esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi [Italy, Milano]
2019-01-29 22:44:40
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius (after 83 - ca 168 AD).
Strassburg: Johann Schott 1513. Single sheet (17 4/8 x 23 2/8 inches). FINE woodcut map of Pakistan, northwest India, showing the Ganges, Indus rivers, by Martin Waldseemüller (central vertical fold, tiny worn holes near the Indus dela). From the first modern atlas: “Geographie opus nouissima traductione e Grecorum archetypis castigatissime pressum”, prepared by Martin Waldseemuller using the translation of Mathias Ringmann. One of the most important editions of Ptolemy, it contained many new regional maps based on contemporary knowledge "unlike many of the alleged 'new' maps produced by earlier editors, [they] contained a great deal of new information, and in nearly every case they were decided improvements over anything that had been previously offered..." ("The World Encompassed", 56), were included in addition to the traditional body of twenty-seven Ptolemaic maps derived from the 1482 Ulm edition (or possibly from the manuscript atlas of Nicolaus Germanus that served as source for the latter). Schott's edition while initiated by the most famous of all early sixteenth-century cosmographers, Martin Waldseemuller and his associate Mathias Ringmann, partly at the expense of Duke Rene of Lorraine, was brought to completion by Jacobus Eszler and Georgius Ubelin. Claudius Ptolemy was an Alexandrine Greek, and a dominant figure in both astronomy and geography for more than 1500 years. "He compiled a mapmaker's manual usually referred to simply as the 'Geography'. He demonstrated how the globe could be projected on a plane surface, provided coordinates for over 8,000 places … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-01-29 20:58:02
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius
[Strasburg, 1513]. [Strasburg,, 1513].. Double-page woodcut map. A fine example of one of the earliest obtainable maps of Arabia. This rare map of the Arabian Peninsula was published in Martin Waldeseemuller's edition of the classical geographer Claudius Ptolemy's ‘Geographia' of 1513 - "the first modern atlas". Waldseemuller, who was also the author of the first map to name America, drew on Ptolemy's work to create maps of the classicl and contemporary world. The map stretches west to east from the Red Sea to a rather distended Arabian Gulf. Due a miscalculation on the part of Ptolemy, “the Arabian Peninsula appears wider than it actually is. This extra width is in the south, whereas the north, which was better known as it was on the land trade routes linking the Mediterranean to the Arabian Gulf, was included by Ptolemy but he added an excessive distance to the Gulf which appears completely distorted in a rectangular shape with its longest side oriented east west” (Al Ankary). Tibbett (13); Al Ankary 4.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2019-01-29 20:06:05
INDIEN ( India ):
1513, 35,5 x ( 38,5 x 51 ) Trapezform Sehr seltene Karte aus dem ersten "modernen" Atlas der Welt, Siehe auch Meine, in "Die Ulmer Geographie des Ptolemäus, 1482", S. 62 "Dieser Atlas ist eine der bedeutendsten Ptolemäus-Ausgaben .". - Hier vorliegend mit dem Wasserzeichen "Lilie", was auf die Ausgabe 1513 hindeutet. Die Karte zeigt Indien zwischen der Indus- und Gangesmündung. Im Süden noch ein Teil von Ceylon.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2019-01-29 20:06:05
NORDWESTAFRIKA ( North West Africa ):
1513, 41 x 57 Betz, Mapping of Africa, S. 55: "The next two most noteworthy maps of Africa were the modern maps of North . and South Africa -- produced by Martin Waldseemüller for editions of Claudius Ptolemy's Geographia in 1513 and 1520. ."; Norwich, Maps of Africa, Nr. 286. - Sehr seltene Karte aus dem ersten "modernen" Atlas der Welt ( nochmals 1520 verlegt ), hier vorliegend mit dem Wasserzeichen "Lilie", was auf die Ausgabe 1513 hindeuted. Siehe auch Meine, in "Die Ulmer Geographie des Ptolemäus, 1482", S. 62: "Dieser Atlas ist eine der bedeutendsten Ptolemäus-Ausgaben .". - Die Karte zeigt Afrika nördlich des Äqautors und ist eine der 20 "modernen" Karten von Waldseemüller, erstmalig 1513 erschienen. - Mit zwei kleinen Wurmlöchern.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2019-01-29 17:32:09
Petrus de Natalibus
Straßburg, Martin Flach, 1513. (4), 253 Bll. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre (Vögel und Reben) von Hans Wechtlin und blattgr. Holzschnitt von Urs Graf am Schluß der Vorstücke. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit auf 3 flach gearbeiteten Bünden. 2 intakte ziselierte Schließen. Folio (222:320 mm). Noch frühe Ausgabe der einflußreichen, erstmals 1493 in Vicenza erschienenen Heiligenlegenden. "A very valuable work with a wide circulation. In his arrangement of the various lives he follows the calendar of the Church. The collection [...] went through many editions, the last of which (the eighth) appeared in Venice, 1616" (Cath. Encyclopedia, s.v.). - Schöner Straßburger Druck; der prächtige Holzschnitt von Urs Graf zeigt die Himmelfahrt Christi. - Die Blindprägung des Einbands stärker berieben. Anfangs und gegen Ende mit Wurmspuren und kleineren Läsuren, stellenweise braunfleckig bzw. vereinzelt schwach wasserrandig. Vereinzelte Marginalien der Zeit. Hs. Besitzvermerk des späten 16. Jhs. und großes gest. Exlibris am vorderen Innendeckel. - VD 16, P 1881. BM-STC German 644. Adams N 45. Ritter 1856.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-01-27 16:37:51
Template | Trixum Beschreibung Post-Inkunabel aus Tübingen, annotiert - Poliziano, Angelo (Ambrogini; Politianus). Lamia (Angeli Politiani viri undecunque doctissimi Lamia). Tübingen, Thomas Anshelm, um 1513. circa 20,8 x 16,2 cm. 9 statt 10 Blatt, letztes in Facsimile (A1-4, B1-5) Neuerer Pappband. - VD16 P 3990 und 3991; Steiff, Buchducker in Tübingen 89; nicht bei Adams und im BMC. Seltener Tübinger Druck dieser programmatischen Einführungsrede des Florentiner Humanisten Poliziano (1454-1494) mit dem hier ungenannten Untertitel: "Praelectio in Priora Aristotelis Analytica". Erstmals 1492 erschienen und mehrfach separat gedruckt. Polizian sollte in dem Jahr an der Universität von Florenz eine Vorlesung über die Analytica priora des Aristoteles halten. Als Philologe genoss es grosses Ansehen, an seinen Kenntnissen auf dem Gebiet der Philosophie wurden offenbar aber Zweifel geäussert. Dagegen verwehrt er sich mit dieser Rede, die einen originellen Überblick der antiken Schulen und eine ganz eigene Formulierung der wahren Aufgaben philosophischer Forschung präsentiert. - Exemplar mit zeitgenössischen Marginalien in roter und schwarzer Tinte. Das letzte Blatt fehlte offenbar schon lange (kleine Notiz auf B5 verso), es ist aber hier in Faksimile beigebunden (B6 ist verso weiss). Wenig gebräunt und fleckig, sonst gut erhalten. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-01-04 19:21:47
Catholic Church. Pope (1513-1521, Leo X).
Marcellus Silber, 1513. "The Fifth Lateran Council was summoned by Pope Julius II in response to the 'quasi-council' assembled at Pisa by several schismatic cardinals, and officially supported by King Louis XII of France. Twice postponed, the Council finally held its first session at Rome in the Lateran residence on May 10, 1512. Of the twelve sessions, the first five were held during the pontificate of Julius II, and dealt primarily with the condemnation and rejection of the quasi-council of Pisa, and with the revoking and annulment of the French 'Pragmatic Sanction' which would have restricted papal authority over French bishops. The remaining seven sessions under Leo X focused on achieving peace between Christian rulers, church reform, and defense of the faith through elimination of heresy. Cf. N.H. Minnich, The Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17)" (UCLA OPAC). Pope Leo X issued the present bull on 17 June 1513. It details the work of the seventh session of the Fifth Lateran Council and announces the eighth session. It includes memoranda on the reform of the church and Curia, and proposes => a plan for the establishment of universal peace. The title-page has => a large woodcut, reverse-printed, of the papal coat of arms. The text is printed in single-column format in roman type. The bull is generally known by the title "Meditatio cordis nostri." The imprint information is from Isaac. Searches of NUC and WorldCat locate only four U.S. (DFo, PU, CLU, NNC) libraries reporting ownership.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-01-03 07:42:14
GELLIUS, Aulus.
(In fine:) Impressae sunt Florentiae sumptibus Philippi de Giunta Florentini. Anno MDXIII mense Ianuario (Firenze 1513). in-8, ff. (16), 64, 66-247, 275-330, con errori di numerazione, preziosa rilegatura fiorentina dell'epoca in cuoio fulvo, i piatti ornati da vari riquadri di filetti ed una bordura a secco e da un fregio centrale dorato ad interlazzi, dorso con filetti a secco, tagli dorati e cesellati (restauro alla parte inf. del dorso, 3 nastri in seta verde conservati). Titolo entro bella, larga, bordura silogr. con fiori, putti e grotteschi (lo stemma in basso al centro anticamente riempito in inchiostro bruno); car. corsivo, numerosi passaggi in greco, gran numero di iniziali ornate da interlazzi, impresa giuntina in fine. Dedica di Carlo Aldobrandi a Lorenzo de Medici. Prima ed unica edizione giuntina dell'opera in 20 libri, in parte mutili in origine, in cui Aulo Gellio (130-175 d.C.) raccolse, ad uso dei propri figli, il frutto delle sue ricerche e letture, effettuate per lo più ad Atene nelle serate invernali. Numerose e frammentate sono le materie trattate, ma il suo pregio va ricercato nei passi citati da opere di antichi autori altrimenti perdute. Stimata ed assai rara edizione giuntina, notevole per l'elaborata bordura silogr. adorna di figure mitologiche e maschere grottesche, descritta dal Sander, 3063. L'esemplare, marginoso seppur con lievi aloni, è interessante per la bella legatura d'epoca.. Renouard 37.50. Bandinius II,42. Camerini, Annali n. 50: ''Edizione mai ripetuta. Oggi assai rara''..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-01-01 07:02:39
Isocrates, Alcidamas, Gorgias, Aristides, Harpocration; etc.
Venice: Aldus Manutius and Andreas Asulanus, 1513. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. [Early Printing, Aldine Press] Two volumes (of three), bound as one. Folio, 30 x 20 cm. Bound in early vellum. Good binding. Small scuff on center of spine. Edges red. Held in a fine modern cloth clamshell case. Collated: [4], 3-197, [3 blank]; 162 [i.e. 163], [1 blank] pp. Titles in Greek and Latin. Text in Greek. Colophon in Latin. Aldine printer's device on each title. Pages are clean, bright, and unmarked, with wide margins. Editio Princeps of the works of the Attic orators, notably: Aeschines, Lysias, Alcidamas, Anthisthenes, Damades, Andocides, Isaeus, Dinarchus, Antiphon, Lycurgus, Gorgias, Lesbonax, and Herodes. According to Dibdin, these orations had been hidden in Mount Athos until Lacsaris, under patronage of Lorenzo de Medici discovered them. Refs: Adams O-244; Renouard. Annales de l'imprimerie des Alde. p. 60-62; Laurenziana, 114; Ahmanson-Murphy 95/1-4; Hoffman 3, p.167. Alternative titles: Oratores Graeci; Orationes infrascriptorum rhetorum; Rhetorum Antiquorum Graecorum Orationes Graece. Logoi toutoni ton retoron. <br> Includes a letter from the Grolier Club about the sale of the book in 1824, dated 1992 addressed to Mortimer Chambers from Martin Antonetti and Elizabeth Muller. Chambers was a professor of history at UCLA, specializing in classical Greek history. <br> This is an oversized or heavy book, which requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US.
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2018-12-29 07:41:07
PETRARCA, Francesco.
Venezia, per opera de Meser Bernardino Stagnino, 1513. 2 parti in un volume in-4, ciascuna con proprio frontespizio, ff. 158; (6), 184, bella legatura seicentesca in pelle, con ricca decorazione oro ai piccoli ferri; piatti con triplice bordura polilobata e motivo floreale al centro; dorso abilmente rifatto; tagli goffrati. Precede il testo una ''Vita'' del Petrarca composta da Antonio da Tempo e una dedica a ''Federico Marchese di Mantua''. Illustrato da 7 silografie a piena pagina, di cui sei per i Trionfi ed una, raffigurante Petrarca seduto sotto un albero incoronato da Amore, per i Sonetti. I legni sono tratti dall'edizione del 1508 di Gregorio de' Gregori, con l'aggiunta delle bordure. Marsand e Graesse notano che il testo di questa edizione rara e preziosa è basato sulla celebre padovana del 1472. Antiche note di possesso ms. al titolo ed in fine.. Gamba 713, Olschki n. 21. Marsand p. 31. Sander n. 5616. STC 503..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-12-27 00:40:17
Abudraham, David ben Yosef
Istanbul, 1513. Istanbul. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): Abudraham, 1513, Istanbul. Author: Abudraham, David ben Yosef. Language: Hebrew. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. SKU000105181 . Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1513.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2018-12-18 21:27:37
(Architecture) [Vitruvius, Pollio; Julius FRONTINUS]
[Florence: Giunta, 1513]. First octavo edition. With 106 [of 139] woodcut illustrations. Italic type with ornamental initials. Ff. 157 [of 188]; 23 [of 24]; 24. LACKING the 4 unsigned preliminary leaves with woodcut title border, AND the following 32 leaves (many conjugates) A3, A6, B6, B7, G7, I1, I8, M3, M6, Q4, Q5, T2, T3, T6, T7, V1, V2, V7, V8, X1, X2, X7, X8, Y1, Y2, Y4, Y5, Y7, Y8, Z4, Z5, & C8 (terminal leaf with imprint and printer's device). 1 vols. 8vo. Incomplete copy of an important edition of Vitruvius, with the woodcut illustrations in reduction from the 1511 edition. Adams V-903; Berlin Kat. 1799; Brunet V:1327; Cicognara 697; Fowler 394; Giunti 45; Millard Italian 157; Sander 7695. Nineteenth century quarter roan and marbled boards. Worn. Incomplete. Frontinus bound after index and soiled at fore edge margin. As is.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-12 20:23:48
[RECUEIL JOSSE BADE 1513-1524.] JUSTINUS. FLORUS. SEXTUS RUFUS. THUCYDIDE. HEGESIPPE.
Paris, Josse Bade, 1513-1524. 3 ouvrages en un volume petit in-folio [250 x 280 mm], basane brune estampée à froid d'un décor de trois roulettes d'encadrement ; volutes de fleurettes, fleurettes à quatre pétales dans des courbes ondulées et fleurettes. Titres dans de larges encadrements monumentaux gravés sur bois marque typographique. Reliure de l'époque. Quelques annotations et ex-libris manuscrit d'une main du XVIe siècle sur les titre avec mention d'achat au premier texte. Ex-libris ancien gravé et manuscrit de R. Guerriers. (Reliure restaurée, gardes remplacées. Petites galeries affectant les premiers feuillets puis en marge sans toucher le texte, lacunes sans manque à certains feuillets du troisième livre, mouillure claire aux derniers feuillets avec manque marginal.) Iustini Quatuor & quadraginta librorum historiarum Trogi Pompei in totidem libellos contractio. Lucii Flori Historie romane in quatuor volumina i formam epitomes redactio. Sexti ad hoc Ruffi viri consularis de Historia romana ad Valentinianum Augustum opusculum appositissimum : cum omnium indice literario. In 8°,(6)-84 feuillets (sign. : A6, a-i8, et k-l6). Épître de Bade adressée à Ludovio Allegrino datée de noël 1524 au verso du titre, suivie de la table sur trois colonnes. Le Justin commence au feuillet 1, Florus s'ouvre au verso du ff. 55, précédé d'une épître de Philippe Béroalde, et Sextus Ruffus débute au ff. 80 vo. Souscription au dernier feuillet : Finis (...) Que omnia sexcentis labeculis opera sua redempta coimprimebat Jo. Badius Ascensius, ad idus decemb. MDXXIIII (15 décembre 1524). Renoua … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Hogier [France, Paris]
2018-12-12 20:23:47
SAVONAROLA (Girolamo).
[Thomas Kees], Paris, 1513. In-8 de (32) ff. (sign. a-d8).Deuxième édition en caractères gothiques ornée de lettrines, publiée trois ans après l'originale, sortie des presses parisiennes de Thomas Kees, identifiables au matériel typographique employé. Colophon : Impressum Parisius Anno. MCCCCCXIII die XXIII mensis novembris. Traduction du "Sermo in vigilia Nativitatis Domini" par Bartolomeo Meduna, suivie de "Devotissima expositio sancti Thome super salutatione angelica". Brunet V, 160 ; Moreau, II, Inventaire, 716.SAVONAROLA (Girolamo). Fratris Hieronymi Savonarole de Ferrariis ordinis predicatorum Expositio in psalmos Miserere mei Deus. Qui regis Israel, et tris versus psalmi. In te Domine speravi. S.l.n.d. (Paris, Josse Bade, circa 1508). In-8 de (40) ff. (Sig. a-e8).Second tirage des Psaumes sorti des presses de Josse Bade vers 1508 avec sa marque au titre qui porte la devise "Prelum Ascensianum". Brunet V, 159 ; Moreau I, Inventaire, 176 ; Renouard, Josse Badius, III, p.248, E-2.SAVONAROLA (Girolamo). Eruditorium confessorum Fratris Hieronymi Savonarole Ferrariensis ordinis predicatorum. Venundantur ab Joanne Parvo, Henrico Jacobi et Ascensio (Paris, Jean Petit, Henri Jacobi et Josse Bade), 1510. In-8 de (56) ff. (sig. a-g8).Deuxième édition publiée l'année de l'originale augmentée de l'Épître de Jodocus Guido à Malignus Papa, maître de la jeunesse studieuse. Colophon : Finem cepit in edibus ascensianis ad XIIII calendas octobres anno MDX ad calculum romanum (18 septembre 1510). Moreau, Inventaire, I, 189 ; Brunet V, 165 ; Panzer VII, 545, 386 ; Renouard, Josse Badius, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2018-12-08 00:16:08
GALEN
Title within woodcut frame containing portraits of Galen & Hippocrates & the arms of France. 138, [4] leaves. Small 4to, cont. "plaque" binding of brown calf over boards, panelled in blind & bearing the name of the bookseller & binder André Boule ("Andri Boule") on both covers (carefully rebacked & with careful repairs to the edges of the binding). Paris: H. Estienne, [1513].[bound with]:-. ...De Differentiis Foebrium Libri Duo. Trans. by Lorenzo Lorenziani. Title with large woodcut of a saint. 38, [4] leaves. Small 4to. Paris: H. Estienne, [date at end: 20 Dec. 1512].[bound with]:HIPPOCRATES. Hippocratis Coi Presagiorum Libri Tres. Eiusdem de Ratione Victus in Morbis Acutis Libri Quatuor. Trans. by Wilhelm Cop. 24 (i.e. 34) leaves. Small 4to. [Paris: H. Estienne, Preface dated 10 April 1511].[bound with]:PAULUS, AEGINETA. ...Precepta Salubria. Trans. by Wilhelm Cop. Title with large woodcut of a saint (the same as the second work of this sammelband). 38 (of 40 leaves, lacking d1 & d8). Small 4to. [From the final leaf: Paris: H. Estienne, 16 April 1512].A remarkable discovery: the four classical medical works in this sammelband, all published by Henri Estienne in the early years of his career, have been heavily annotated by Guillaume Dupuis (active 1536-51), who published several notable works on phlebotomy. Additionally, this group of books has been bound in a rare "plaque" binding which bears the name of the bookseller and binder André Boule, who was active as a bookseller and publisher in Paris from 1500 to 1523. There are about 50 su … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-11-27 02:20:35
RÖSSLIN, Eucharius [ROESSLIN]
Strassburg: Martin Flach, 1513. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Strassburg: Martinus Flach, 6 March 1513. 4to (207 x 150 mm). [114] pp. Collation: A-N4 O6 (-O6), title with woodcut border of four blocks by Hans Baldung Grien, four full-page woodcuts comprised of two illustrations in duplicate and twenty smaller woodcuts. Colophon: "Argentine Martinus Flach iunior impressit ... Anno.Mcccccviij." Lacking final blank only. Leaves D2 misbound after D3, N1 after N2 and N3 after N4. Early 20th century full calf over thick wooden boards with single brass clasp, spine with three raised bands, boards ruled and decoated in gilt, binding in the style of Roesslin's dedication copy to Katherine (extremities little rubbed). Text little browned throughout, light soiling and spotting in places, light dampstaining to first three gatherings, old paper repairs to corners or blank margins of fourteen leaves (with browning of repair-paper), small wormtracks throughout (more frequent in first leaves) partially affecting text. Blank verso of title-page backed with thin paper, author's name and year added in contemporary hand, illegible old ownership inscription "Ex bibliotheca Stoles(?)". Provenance: from a French private medical library. Still a very good, wide-margined copy. ---- EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION OF THE EARLIEST PRINTED TEXTBOOK ON MIDWIFERY, published by Martin Flach in Strassburg on March 6, 1513. The Hagenau edition, sometimes erroneously stated as the first edition is actually a reprint dated by Benzing ca. 1515. (see B … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-11-23 20:54:29
Foresti da Bergamo, Giacomo Filippo
Venice, Georgii de Rusconibus, 1513. Folio (225 x 328 mm). (10), 335 ff. Title-page printed in red and black. With woodcut title vignette and borders, woodcut borders to p. 1, and 94 woodcuts in the text, including 1 full-page illustration and 89 city views. Contemporary blindstamped calf (but later spine) over wooden boards with handwritten spine title. Remains of brass clasps. An early edition of the world chronicle written by the Augustinian monk and scholar, first published in 1483 and arranged in 16 books within a single volume, describing the history of the world from its creation to the times of Emperor Maximilian I. Bergamo presents the Biblical story, tales from the Old Testament, as a part of world history - a common practice in medieval chronicle writing. Apart from Biblical figures, he also depicts historical personalities such as Alexander the Great, Roman Emperors, Cleopatra, Charlemagne, Otto the Great, Barbarossa and Rudolph of Habsburg. The author's account is accompanied by woodcut illustrations, showing the creation of Eve in full-page size, the expulsion from the Garden of Eden, Cain and Abel, the Tower of Babel, and a diagrammatical world map. The views show many historic cities, such as Damascus, Rhodes, Genoa, Rome, Florence, Milan, Lisbon and Constantinople. - Contemporary ownership to title-page. Binding rubbed, raised bands partly laid bare, upper spine-end damaged, hinges weakened. Upper edge of title-page, index and final two leaves defective and remargined (some loss to text, including title, which has been retouched in pencil). Slight worming t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2018-11-21 01:58:04
Muller, Nat (Editor)
Abraaj Capital Art Prize, 2012. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Abraaj Capital Art Prize, 2012. First edition. Hardcover. 160 pp. Very good, no jacket, if issued. Book has a lightly bumped spine tail, a bumped top corner on the rear board, and a damp stain on the front board.
Bookseller: Stick Figure Books (ABAA/ILAB) [US]
2018-11-17 08:30:25
Euripides, Seneca Lucius Annaeus
Florence, Filippo Giunta, July 1513. Two works in one volume, 8° (165x103 mm). I: Collation: a-z8, e8, A-D8. [8], 215, [1] leaves. Complete with fol. D8 blank. Roman and italic type. Fol. a2 (opening of the preface) is decorated with a large initial in gold and blue, a floral frame surrounding the text in blue, red, green, and gold, and at the bottom, within a circular frame, unidentified coat of arms (presumably Florentine), featuring two red lions or leopards on gold ground separated by an oblique red band. II: Collation: [1-4]8, a-i8. [80] leaves. Roman and italic type. Woodcut Giunta device on the verso of the last leaf. Blank spaces for capitals, with printed guide letters. Contemporary blind-tooled calf, over pasteboards. Spine with two raised bands, panels divided by a thick frame into two square compartments decorated with a circular pattern at the centre, geometric motifs at the corners. The corners of the upper cover's corners and extremities of spine skilfully repaired, traces of metal ornament pieces and ties. Very good, genuine copy with wide margins. Small round hole in the first four leaves and on the last leaf slightly affecting the text; some staining and soiling.A fine miscellany, in its contemporary binding, containing two rare Juntine editions. The volume opens with Seneca's tragedies, a substantial reprint of the edition first published by Filippo Giunta in 1506 and edited by Benedetto Riccardini. As in 1506, the edition is dedicated to Domenico Benivieni and contains a short biography of Seneca, taken from the Pietro Crinito's De poetis Latinis. The se … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-11-13 01:10:19
Francis Melville
Condition: Very Good. Certified second hand articles More than 3.000.000 articles in shop Easy and safe purchase Secrets de haute magie by Francis Melville | Book | condition very good Condition second hand - very good Publisher Francis Melville Medium Taschenbuch EAN 9782849330074 Delivery address: Change after payment is not possible. Shipping: To United Kingdom Books Fiction Books for children & teenagers Detective novels & thrillers ... and much more Music Pop Rock Children's music & audio stories ... and much more Movies Drama Action & Adventure Comedy & Entertainment ... and much more Games PlayStation 3 Nintendo DS PC ... and much more Software Children & Family Operating System School & Studies ... and much more Condition Description We try to assess the exact condition of the goods as objectively as possible. Prior to sale, each article is examined manually by us and its condition assessed according to the following criteria. Should there be deviations in any case from the condition stated, we would very much appreciate it if you would contact us before giving a review. Books & Media: new: Unused article in top condition The article is shrink-wrapped where it is delivered in this condition by the manufacturer very good: Second-hand article is in a very good condition Article hardly shows any traces of usage Pages are undamaged and contain no markings or notes Jacket or accessories are intact if included in the scope of delivery Jacket and accessories are intact where included in the scope of delivery. Jacket, cover and booklet may have just slight signs of usage bu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: momox-shop1 [Berlin, DE]
2018-11-10 09:01:14
FORLANI, Paolo
272 by 355mm. (10.75 by 14 inches).. Double-page engraved map. Printed from a possible discarded first issue plate, with the date in the title cartouche in Roman numerals, rather than Arabic, and with the line break after ‘esatta' in the title. An unusual map showing the coast of the Holy Land with Cyprus, and the Levant coast to the south of the Dead Sea, engraved and published by Paolo Forlani. The map is based on Martin Waldseemüller's cartography in the 1513 edition of Ptolemy's ‘Geographia': Forlani probably saw Giordano Ziletti's edition published in Venice in 1561, enlarged it and added the decorative title cartouche and the wind rose. The variant with Arabic numerals appears in two states, the second published by Donato Bertelli. There are institutional examples in the Danish National Library, Leiden University Library, National Library of Israel and the Bibliothèque nationale de France. Laor, Holy Land, 864; Meurer, Strabo, p.123; Tooley, Italian Atlases, 436; Woodward, Forlani, 56; Zacharakis 1536.
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2018-11-09 08:51:55
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius; Martin WALDESEEMULLER
Strassburg,: Johannes Schott, 12th March, 1513. Strassburg,: Johannes Schott, 12th March,, 1513. 1513. Folio (456 by 320mm), (181) ff., with 45 double-page and two single-page maps, of which one, Lorraine, is printed in three colours, some light browning and occasional marginal staining, maps mounted on vellum guards, repaired tear to blank corner of A2, 'Septima Asia' with neatly repaired tear affecting image, early ink marginalia to 'Aphricae', seventeenth-century vellum over paste-board. Collation: A2,B-N6,45 double-page and two single-page maps, a6, b4, c6. Watermark: fleur-de-lys. A monumental work containing critical New World information, derived from the latest voyages of exploration, including the earliest atlas map devoted entirely to the New World ('Terra Incognita'), the earliest map printed in more than two colours - and, for many other countries, the first published maps (notably the map of Switzerland, which is styled differently and probably adapted from a manuscript map by Konrad Türst c1495). It is "the most important of all the Ptolemy editions" (Streeter). Cartography This masterful atlas is one of the most important cartographical works ever published. Known as the first "modern" edition of Ptolemy, it is usually accepted as the most important edition of the 'Geographia'. The first part of the atlas consists of 27 Ptolemaic maps, taken from the 1482 Ulm Ptolemy or, possibly, the manuscript atlas of Nicolaus Germanus upon which the Ulm Ptolemy was based. The second part, known as the 'Supplement', comprises 20 "modern" maps labelled either as 'Nova' … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-11-09 02:18:07
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius and Martin WALDSEEMULLER
[Strassburg,: Johann Schott, 1513. [Strassburg,: Johann Schott,, 1513. 1513]. Double-page woodcut map of the world. Waldseemuller's map of the New World shows the Atlantic coast of the Americas from latitudes 35 degrees south to 55 degrees north, including 20 place-names on the North American coastline. An apparent Gulf of Mexico, the Florida peninsula, Cuba as Isabella and Hispaniola, and across the Atlantic portions of the British Isles, Spain and Portugal and Africa are visible. First edition, published in Schott's edition of Ptolemy's 'Geographia', Strassburg, 1513, the first modern atlas, prepared by Martin Waldseemuller using the translation of Mathias Ringmann, and one of the most important editions of Ptolemy, containing many new regional maps: twenty new maps based on contemporary knowledge, "unlike many of the alleged 'new' maps produced by earlier editors, [they] contained a great deal of new information, and in nearly every case they were decided improvements over anything that had been previously offered..." ('The World Encompassed', 56), were included in addition to the traditional body of twenty-seven Ptolemaic maps derived from the 1482 Ulm edition. In 1507, from their scholastic community in St. Die, Waldseemüller and Ringmann had collaborated on the 'Cosmographiae Introductio' which accompanied Waldseemuller 's map of the world 'Universalis Cosmographia Secundum Ptholomaei Traditionem et Americi Vespucii Alioru[m]que Lustrationes'. In the booklet they attribute the discovery of America to Vespucci, and then name the landmass after him on the map. In th … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-11-05 20:38:38
WALDSEEMULLER, Martin
Strasbourg: 1513. Woodcut. 17.5" x 24.5". Seminal map of the New World also known as 'The Admirals Map'. In the introduction to the atlas Waldseemuller refers to 'the Admiral' as the source for his cartography, referring to Christopher Columbus. This first edition was published in Johannes Schott's (1477-1548) Ptolemaic atlas which contained twenty new maps. The names shown on the North American coastline are from Portuguese sources. What appears to be the Gulf of Mexico refers to unrecorded voyages or sailors accounts of the area. For example, the Florida peninsula is shown before recorded knowledge of it could have reached Europe. Cuba is here named Isabella after the Queen of Spain and positioned further north. Latin text block in South America reads: This land and islands were discovered by Christopher Columbus for the King of Castile. Full margins with latin manuscript notes in ink upper left margin. Martin Waldseemuller (c1475-c1521) was a German scholar and cartographer. He produced the first large printed world map, the first collection of modern maps, and some of the first maps to be made from measurements on the ground. He learned about printing trade in Basel. He is credited with the first recorded usage of the word America. A wonder to behold. Very good(+). [Attributes: First Edition]
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2018-10-29 15:32:11
Rome Marcello Silber for Johannes Potken 30 June - 10 September 1513. 4° (225x160 mm). Collation: [1-128, 13-146]. [108] leaves. Ethiopic and roman type. Printed in black and red. On the recto of the first leaf full-page woodcut showing David crowned, with a harp in his hand and framed within a candelabra and floral border signed 'S C'. Woodcut headings and initials printed in red throughout; woodcut head-pieces in knotwork pattern, likewise in red. Contemporary, probably French, elaborately blind-tooled brown calf, over pasteboards. Covers within multiple fillets, and a large roll with interlaced foliate motifs and acorn tools. The centre panel tooled with two vertical candelabra rolls, and a central smaller strip with bee-shaped tools. Traces of four pairs of ties, one at head and tail, as well as two at the fore-edge. Spine with four raised bands, skilfully rebacked. Gutter reinforced with a leaf from a parchment manuscript. Very good copy; old repair to the blank outer margin of the first leaf; small repaired wormholes on the last leaf. Minor waterstains to the first and last leaves. Covers abraded in places, corners slightly bumped. The number '60' written by an early hand on the upper outer corner of the title-page. Pencilled bibliographical notes in French on the recto of the front flyleaf, 'Psalterium Premier livre en ethiopien'.Provenance: Gabriele da Casale, capuchin of the Province of Genoa, named in 1622 General Commissar (ownership inscription on the front pastedown, 'Questa Cantica è stata mandata da Genoua dal P. Gabriele di Casale Prouinciale de Capucini, an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-22 08:40:31
LOCHMAIER (Michael).
Luteciae, Nicolas de la Barre, (à la fin:) 1513. Petit in-4. 6ff. LXXXIX. 1f. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné à froid, décor estampé à froid sur les plats (reliure postérieure, frottée). Edition parisienne du premier manuel imprimé destiné aux curés, traitant de leurs droits et de leurs devoirs. Michael Lochmaier (mort en 1499) était professeur de droit canonique et de théologie à Vienne et chanoine de la cathédrale de Passau. Son ouvrage parut pour la première fois après 1493. Cette édition fut donnée par Jean Chappuis, docteur en droit et éditeur de textes juridiques et poétiques, originaire de Bourges. Belle impression à deux colonnes, illustrée d'initiales ornées et de deux superbes gravures sur bois à pleine page représentant Grégoire XII, et Jésus entouré de 5 anges. Titre imprimé en rouge et noir, avec riche encadrement historié gravé et marque de l'imprimeur Nicolas de la Barre, également professeur de l'Université de Paris. Réparation ancienne de la marge extérieure du second feuillet, sans atteinte au texte. Bon exemplaire, dans une charmante reliure postérieure à l'imitation, estampée à froid. Moreau, II, 653. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-10-16 09:27:00
WALDSEEMULLER, Martin
Strasbourg, 1513. unbound. very good(+). Woodcut. 17.5" x 24.5". Seminal map of the New World also known as 'The Admirals Map'. In the introduction to the atlas Waldseemuller refers to 'the Admiral' as the source for his cartography, referring to Christopher Columbus. This first edition was published in Johannes Schott's (1477-1548) Ptolemaic atlas which contained twenty new maps. The names shown on the North American coastline are from Portuguese sources. What appears to be the Gulf of Mexico refers to unrecorded voyages or sailors accounts of the area. For example, the Florida peninsula is shown before recorded knowledge of it could have reached Europe. Cuba is here named Isabella after the Queen of Spain and positioned further north. Latin text block in South America reads: This land and islands were discovered by Christopher Columbus for the King of Castile. Full margins with latin manuscript notes in ink upper left margin. Martin Waldseemuller (c1475-c1521) was a German scholar and cartographer. He produced the first large printed world map, the first collection of modern maps, and some of the first maps to be made from measurements on the ground. He learned about printing trade in Basel. He is credited with the first recorded usage of the word America. A wonder to behold.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store [U.S.A.]
2018-10-09 18:11:18
Plutarch
1513. I) VD17 23:248694F.- Herausgegeben von Artus Vigelius.- II) VD17 39:121903S - Graesse VII, 150 - Brunet I, 1513.- Nachdruck der frühesten (erstmals 1566 erschienen) und bis heute maßgebliche Biographie Philipp Melanchthons, die sich zu einer Geschichte der Reformationszeit ausweitet.- Das Porträt gestochen v. J. C. Böcklin.- III) VD17 39:121908E.- Nachdruck der frühesten Biographie (erstmals 1553) des Dichters Helius Eobanus Hessus, mit Erwähnung mehrerer seiner gelehrten und gebildeten Zeitgenossen.- Das Porträt gestochen v. J. B. Homann.- IV) VD17 39:121910A.- Biographie Georg III. von Anhalt-Plötzkau, einer treibenden Kraft der evangelischen Reformation.- Nur leicht gebräunt u. gering fleckig, VDeckel-Kante mit Bezugsfehlstelle, insges. gutes Exemplar.
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2018-10-09 07:20:27
SAVONAROLA, Girolamo (1452-1498). -
Venezia, Soardi, 1513. In-8. Pergamena del '700. Vignetta inc. in legno sul frontespizio che mostra Savonarola allo scrittoio nella sua cella, e marca tipografica in fine. (36) ff.; lievi aloni di umidità; nota di possesso in fine Dominicus Bonusfilius, 1536. Seconda edizione, molto rara, di una delle opere più famose di Savonarola (prima ediz.: ca. 1497). Lo scritto riprende gli argomenti esposti da Giovanni Pico nelle Disputationes adversus astrologos, pubblicato postumo nel 1495. Riccardi V,122. Sander 6858. Essling 1447. Per altre edizioni cf.: Audin 6, Goff S-175, Caillet 9940, Houzeau & L. 4715. Rare second edition. With a vignette on title and a printer' device at end. 18th century vellum; some light damp stains.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport [IT]
2018-10-03 23:22:32
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius (after 83 - ca 168 AD).
Strassburg: Johann Schott 1513. Folio (18 4/8 x 12 4/8 inches). 47 woodcut maps by Martin Waldseemüller (all but 2 double-page), including "Tabula terre nove" THE FIRST MAP IN AN ATLAS ENTIRELY DEVOTED TO AMERICA, the last map ("Lotharingia") printed in colors, 4 woodcut diagrams in text, one large woodcut of an armillary sphere on K1 (lower portion of the title-page renewed with 12 lines of text on verso supplied in excellent pen-work facsimile, lower portion of last leaf renewed, without the final blank leaf, some browning and staining, a few leaves skillfully repaired affecting the image in 3 maps: Italy, Switzerland and the Upper Rhineland). Contemporary blind-stamped paneled calf over wooden boards, each cover decorated with alternating fillets of a stag and hunter, and a thistle and bird roll tool, fore-edges lettered in Greek: "Ptolemaio", original vellum page-markers (brass catches and clasps and corner pieces renewed to style, recently and expertly conserved by James and Stuart Brockman Ltd, full report available on request). Provenance: Copious contemporary marginal scholarly annotations in Greek and Latin; Pierre S. du Pont III (1911-1988), his sale Collection of Navigation Christie's 8th October 1991, lot 214. THE FIRST "MODERN" EDITION OF PTOLEMY AND "THE MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL PTOLEMY EDITIONS" (Streeter Sale I:6) The first modern atlas, prepared by Martin Waldseemuller using the translation of Mathias Ringmann. This is one of the most important editions of Ptolemy, containing many new regional maps: twenty new maps based on contemporary knowledge "unlike many … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-02 17:04:09
Sigebertus, of Gembtoux (Sigebert)
Paris: Ioannis Petit, 1513. Editio Princeps. Hardcover. 4to. (42)pp, 164ff. Title page in black and red, and printed throughout in black and red. Extensive index at the beginning. Recent full deep blue morocco, spine in six compartments with gilt titles, handmade paper endpapers. A few notes in an old hand, some corners of the textblock worn, but no losses noted. A very good copy. Sigebert of Gembloux (ca. 1030 - 1112) was a mediaeval historian whose best known work is this Chronicle, which covers the period 381 to 1113, but with additions bringing it up to 1210. This is the first printed edition of the Chronicle, which saw many subsequent editions. The index is particularly useful. There are several entries for King Arthur, Votigern, and a long discussion on folio 16 on the apparition of the stellar dragons in Britain and Merlin's interrogation by Uther about their meaning. No doubt there are other Arthurian references we have not located. The entry in the Arthurian Encyclopedia (p. 93) suggests that Geoffrey of Monmouth may have used Sigebert's Chronicle in his own History. In Latin. Fine. Item #19827.
Bookseller: Thorn Books [Tucson, Arizona, US]
2018-08-13 07:20:29
(Architecture) [Vitruvius, Pollio; Julius FRONTINUS]
[Florence: Giunta, 1513. First octavo edition. With 106 [of 139] woodcut illustrations. Italic type with ornamental initials. Ff. 157 [of 188]; 23 [of 24]; 24. LACKING the 4 unsigned preliminary leaves with woodcut title border, AND the following 32 leaves (many conjugates) A3, A6, B6, B7, G7, I1, I8, M3, M6, Q4, Q5, T2, T3, T6, T7, V1, V2, V7, V8, X1, X2, X7, X8, Y1, Y2, Y4, Y5, Y7, Y8, Z4, Z5, & C8 (terminal leaf with imprint and printer's device). 1 vols. 8vo. Nineteenth century quarter roan and marbled boards. Worn. Incomplete. Frontinus bound after index and soiled at fore edge margin. As is. First octavo edition. With 106 [of 139] woodcut illustrations. Italic type with ornamental initials. Ff. 157 [of 188]; 23 [of 24]; 24. LACKING the 4 unsigned preliminary leaves with woodcut title border, AND the following 32 leaves (many conjugates) A3, A6, B6, B7, G7, I1, I8, M3, M6, Q4, Q5, T2, T3, T6, T7, V1, V2, V7, V8, X1, X2, X7, X8, Y1, Y2, Y4, Y5, Y7, Y8, Z4, Z5, & C8 (terminal leaf with imprint and printer's device). 1 vols. 8vo. Incomplete copy of an important edition of Vitruvius, with the woodcut illustrations in reduction from the 1511 edition. Adams V-903; Berlin Kat. 1799; Brunet V:1327; Cicognara 697; Fowler 394; Giunti 45; Millard Italian 157; Sander 7695
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2018-08-10 10:30:45
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius (after 83 - ca 168 AD).
Strassburg: Johann Schott 1513. Folio (17 4/8 x 12 4/8 inches). 47 woodcut maps by Martin Waldseemüller (all but 2 double-page), including "Tabula terre nove" THE FIRST MAP IN AN ATLAS ENTIRELY DEVOTED TO AMERICA, the last map ("Lotharingia") printed in colors, 4 woodcut diagrams in text, one large woodcut of an armillary sphere on K1 (without the final blank leaf, some minor marginal dampstaining and thumbing, some leaves skillfully repaired). Contemporary blind-stamped paneled calf over wooden boards, each cover decorated in two panels with broad fillets of heads in medallion rolls, small floral and convolvulus leaves, and stamped with initials T C T A, remains of two pairs of silk ties (recently and expertly conserved by James and Stuart Brockman Ltd, full report available on request); modern cloth clamshell box. Provenance: Contemporary blind-stamped initials T.C.T.A. on covers of binding; near contemporary signature of Sir Jo[hn] Bourne (ca 1518-1575), Secretary of State and Privy Councilor under Queen Mary 1st on title-page; contemporary marginal annotations; bookplate of York Minster on front paste-down, private sale to; A.S.W. Rosenbach, Philadelphia and New York ca 1933, sold to; Thomas Winthrop Streeter (1883-1965), with his bookplate on the front paste-down, sold at; Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, 25 October 1966, lot 6 for $6,500 to; Charles W. Traylen, Guildford, Surrey, for Christopher Henry Beaumont Pease, Lord Wardington (1924-2005), Library of Important Atlases and Geographies. THE FIRST "MODERN" EDITION OF PTOLEMY AND "THE MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL PTOLEMY … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-07-16 18:28:36
Architecture) [Vitruvius, Pollio;Julius FRONTINUS]
Giunta, [Florence, 1513. First octavo edition. With 106 [of 139] woodcut illustrations. Italic type with ornamental initials. Ff. 157 [of 188]; 23 [of 24]; 24. LACKING the 4 unsigned preliminary leaves with woodcut title border, AND the following 32 leaves (many conjugates) A3, A6, B6, B7, G7, I1, I8, M3, M6, Q4, Q5, T2, T3, T6, T7, V1, V2, V7, V8, X1, X2, X7, X8, Y1, Y2, Y4, Y5, Y7, Y8, Z4, Z5, & C8 (terminal leaf with imprint and printer's device). 1 vols. 8vo. Incomplete copy of an important edition of Vitruvius, with the woodcut illustrations in reduction from the 1511 edition. Adams V-903; Berlin Kat. 1799; Brunet V:1327; Cicognara 697; Fowler 394; Giunti 45; Millard Italian 157; Sander 7695 Nineteenth century quarter roan and marbled boards. Worn. Incomplete. Frontinus bound after index and soiled at fore edge margin. As is With 106 [of 139] woodcut illustrations. Italic type with ornamental initials. Ff. 157 [of 188]; 23 [of 24]; 24. LACKING the 4 unsigned preliminary leaves with woodcut title border, AND the following 32 leaves (many conjugates) A3, A6, B6, B7, G7, I1, I8, M3, M6, Q4, Q5, T2, T3, T6, T7, V1, V2, V7, V8, X1, X2, X7, X8, Y1, Y2, Y4, Y5, Y7, Y8, Z4, Z5, & C8 (terminal leaf with imprint and printer's device). 1 vols. 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-07-12 20:36:56
(Catholic Church).
Joannem Weyssenburger, 1513. Uncommon handbook guiding the novice (or just uncertain) priest through performing the sacraments: baptism, marriage, confession, etc. A large, heading for full-page => woodcut on the title-page depicts the infant Jesus holding a cross, the Holy Sponge, and the Spear of the Passion surrounded by four roundels, each containing an Evangelist with his symbol. The work is printed in single-column => black letter, with headings in a larger font, paragraph marks, and initial letters for ease of use; one of the initial letters is historiated. Two tab remnants at the start and end of the text suggest this was originally bound within a larger work. This is a later edition, following the first printing ca. 1480. Though the work appeared several times in the 15th and 16th centuries, none of these early printings are widely held, and searches of WorldCat, COPAC, and the NUC reveal => no copies of this edition in a U.S. institution. Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
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2018-07-08 06:46:59
(Architecture) [Vitruvius, Pollio; Julius FRONTINUS]
[Florence: Giunta, 1513. First octavo edition. With 106 [of 139] woodcut illustrations. Italic type with ornamental initials. Ff. 157 [of 188]; 23 [of 24]; 24. LACKING the 4 unsigned preliminary leaves with woodcut title border, AND the following 32 leaves (many conjugates) A3, A6, B6, B7, G7, I1, I8, M3, M6, Q4, Q5, T2, T3, T6, T7, V1, V2, V7, V8, X1, X2, X7, X8, Y1, Y2, Y4, Y5, Y7, Y8, Z4, Z5, & C8 (terminal leaf with imprint and printer's device). 1 vols. 8vo. Nineteenth century quarter roan and marbled boards. Worn. Incomplete. Frontinus bound after index and soiled at fore edge margin. As is. First octavo edition. With 106 [of 139] woodcut illustrations. Italic type with ornamental initials. Ff. 157 [of 188]; 23 [of 24]; 24. LACKING the 4 unsigned preliminary leaves with woodcut title border, AND the following 32 leaves (many conjugates) A3, A6, B6, B7, G7, I1, I8, M3, M6, Q4, Q5, T2, T3, T6, T7, V1, V2, V7, V8, X1, X2, X7, X8, Y1, Y2, Y4, Y5, Y7, Y8, Z4, Z5, & C8 (terminal leaf with imprint and printer's device). 1 vols. 8vo. Incomplete copy of an important edition of Vitruvius, with the woodcut illustrations in reduction from the 1511 edition. Adams V-903; Berlin Kat. 1799; Brunet V:1327; Cicognara 697; Fowler 394; Giunti 45; Millard Italian 157; Sander 7695
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [United States]
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2018-07-01 05:44:37
ALEXANDER OF APHRODISIAS. - [DISCOVERING THE FIRST PRINCIPLES OF THOUGHT]
[Venice, House of Aldus and Andrea of Asola, September 1513]. Folio. A lovely late 17th or early 18th century full calf, beautifully re-backed to style with raised bands and elegant blindstamped ornametations. Boards with lovely blindstamp-decorations, in style constituting a forerunner of the Cambridge-style binding. A very nice, clean, and fresh copy with the often lacking final leaf with the large woodcut Aldine anchor-dolphin device to verso. Woodcut printer's device to title-page as well. Without the blank A9 (almost always removed when bound). (4), 3-281, (3) pp. ¶ The scarce editio princeps of Alexander of Aphrodisias' extremely influential commentary of Aristotle's "Topics", which is responsible for our understanding and utilization of this most fundamental text for the thought of mankind. Aristotle's "Topics" occupies an absolutely central place in the development of science and philosophy since Antiquity. It is this work that sets the boundaries for what we can meaningfully talk about, and even how to talk about it. Through the "topics" mankind will be able to state the true premises that form the foundation upon we build science and philosophy. Alexander's commentary on this fundamental work is the most important and influential that we have. It was of the utmost importance to Renaissance philosophy, science, scholarship and learning, and it greatly influenced the path of Aristotelian scholarship as well as almost all original thought and philosophy within this period. Alexander came to influence all reading of Aristotle in the Renaissance and with his commentary … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-18 23:38:04
<Parisiensis>, Guilelmus (1437-1485), Urs (1485-1527) Graf und Johannes ? Herolt,
Basileae, Adam Petri, 1513. mit einer großflächigen Titelvignette und einem zweifarbigen Titel und 97 monogrammierten Vignetten im Text von Urs Graf sowie vielen Initialen, [8], 186, [4], 39, [1] Bl 15x20, braunes Ldr der Zeit Ordentliches Exemplar, eng beschnitten mit einigen Wurmgängen, der Einband etwas berieben und mit Besitzvermerk von alter Hand sowie zahlreichen handschriftlichen Bemerkungen im Text von alter Hand. Bibliogr. Nachweis: VD 16 E 4385; Die Vorlage enth. insgesamt 2 Werke. Traditionelle Zuschreibung an Guilelmus Parisiensis; wirkl. Verf. Johannes Herolt? - Bearbeitung der neuen Glossen und des Directorium ist Daniel Agricola; die Holzschnitte sind von Urs Graf. Vorlageform des Erscheinungsvermerks am Ende der Postilla: ... ex officina prouidi viri Adam petri de Lange[n]dorff: ciuis Basiliensis ... emanata: Anno Millesimo quinge[n]tesimodecimotercio: pridie Kalendas Augusti ... [Ende der Passio:] ... Operaq[ue] Adæ petri de Langendorff ... pridie Kalendas Augusti Basileæ impressa ... Anno M.D.XIII. ... Versand D: 5,00 EUR Th 47179
Bookseller: Antiquariat im Baldreit [Germany]
2018-06-13 15:18:30
MAILLARD (Olvier)
Jehan Petit, 1513. Petit in-8 de 171 feuillets maroquin vert ancien, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, dos lisse orné de fers dorés, pièce de titre rouge, tranches dorées. (Reliure début XIXe avec un petit manque à la coiffe supérieure). Ouvrage post incunable, imprimé en gothique sur deux colonnes, contenant de nombreuses lettrines à fond criblé. Rare titre imprimé par Jean Barbier, que l’on doit à ce célèbre prédicateur du XVe siècle, connu pour ses sermons virulents. Il n’hésita pas en effet à dénoncer et accabler de tous les maux, aidé d’un langage souvent outrancier, hommes du monde ou d’église, gentilhommes ou gens du peuple. Il eut notamment lors d’un sermon, une critique amère contre Louis XI, qui eut vent de cet anathème et qui menaça donc le prédicateur de ses foudres. Maillard ne mollit pas et Louis XI le laissa tranquille Grâce à son talent d’orateur, ou par crainte de ses phrases acérées, ce professeur de théologie obtint les faveurs entre autres du duc de Bourgogne, du pape Innocent VIII, de Ferdinand de Castille Ironie du sort, ce fut pourtant par des moines de Saint-François qu’il fut chassé de leur couvent comme un malpropre, alors que le Cordelier avait accepté par le légat du Saint Siège de réformer les couvents de Paris Très bon exemplaire imprimé par Jean Petit, dont figure sur la page de titre sa marque d’imprimeur. Descendant de bouchers parisiens, il établit sa librairie en 1492. Homme d’affaire avisé, on lui doit la publication de nombreux grands classiques et possédait des succursales à Rouen, Clermont ou Lyon. Son fils, qui porte le même prén … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Jeanne Laffitte [Marseille, France]
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