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2017-04-11 06:39:34
d'Andrea, Giovanni; Bartolo Of Sassoferrato
1513. A Sixteenth-Century Sammelband of Legal Reference Works d'Andrea, Giovanni [c.1270-c.1348]. Bartolo of Sassoferrato [1313-1357]. In Utriusque Iuris Libros Introductorium. Tractatus et Processus Diversi Utriusque Iuris: Studiosis Plurims Accomodati. Modus Legendi Abbreviaturas in Utroque Iure. Tractatus Iudiciorum Bartholi Legum Doctoris. Tractatus Renuntationum Beneficiorum in Publicis Instrumentis. Processus Sathaneae Infernal Contra Genus Humanum. Ars Notariatus. Summa Joannis Andreae Supro Secundo Decretalium. Summa Joannis Andreae Supro Quarto Decretalium. Arbor Consanguinitatis Affinitatis Cognationis Spiritualis Cognationis Legalis Joannis Andree. [Basel: Impensis Providi Viri Adae Petri de Langendorff, 1513]. [122] ff. [Bound with] Petit, Jean [fl.1492-1530]. Flores Legum. [Paris: Sumptibus Honestis Simie Viri Johannis Petit, 1513]. [56] ff. [And] Descousu, Celse-Hugues [b.1480]. Tractatus Clausularu[m]: Celsi Hugo[n]is Dissuti Cabilone[n]sis Burgu[n]di. I.U. Doct. Utilis Admodu[m] [et] Practic[us] Tractat[us] Clausular[um] Q[ue] in Rescriptis ta[m] Ap[osto]licis Q[uam] Principu[m] Exordiis: Libellis: Mandatis: Iudiciis: Co[m]promissis: Sententiis: [Con]tractibus: Testamentis: Aliisq[ue] Ultimis Voluntatibus et Statutis Apponi Consueuerunt et Debent. (...) Apponuntur Autem Alphabetico Ordine Clausule in Calce Operis in Repertorio. [Paris]: Venu[n]datur Parrhysiis: I[n] Vico Divi Iacobi sub Lilio Aureo [Jean Petit], [1513]. lv, [5] ff. Main text in parallel columns. Contemporary paneled pigskin, raised bands to spine, early hand-lettered titles to front board a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
2017-03-30 16:05:19
CLICTHOVE (Josse)]
16 - 41, (3)ff. (signatures a8, Paris, Henri Estienne, 16 d
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
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2017-03-17 16:53:05
RÖSSLIN, Eucharius.
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2017-03-17 16:53:05
RÖSSLIN, Eucharius.
[Cologne: Arnt von Aich, 1513]. First edition. An exceptionally fine copy, in an untouched contemporary binding, of one of three editions of this landmark work published at about the same time, this probably being the third (see below). This is the earliest printed textbook for midwives and one of the first printed books devoted to obstetrics, including engravings attributed to the Frankfurt artist Martin Kaldenbach, a pupil of Albrecht Dürer. Although copies of these editions occasionally appear on the market, they are almost always in poor condition, and usually rebound, as a result of extensive use over the centuries. "The most important items in my collection of rare obstetrical books are the 1513 editions of the famous obstetrical textbook, Der Swangern Frauwen und Hebammen Roszgarten by Eucharius Roesslin, a physician from Worms. All three were published in the same year but each was set up and printed differently (Nos. 1, 2, 3). One is dated; the other two are not. There is, of course, no way of knowing which of these three was the real first edition" (Hellman). All three editions are extremely rare. "Roesslin's obstetrical treatise, first published in German in 1513 under the title Der swangern Frawen und hebammen roszgarten, had an enormous impact on contemporary obstetrical practice and remained influential for two hundred years, going through over one hundred editions before the close of the eighteenth century. The work contained little original material, being primarily a survey of Greek and Roman obstetrical literature, but it was the first to deal with obstetr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2017-03-03 15:22:29
RÖSSLIN, Eucharius [ROESSLIN]
Strassburg: Martin Flach, 1513. 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 Benzing, Norman and Garrison-Morton online … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books
2017-02-14 22:12:07
WÄLDSEEMÜLLER, Martin.
1513 - Strassburg, Johannes Shott, 1513 or 1520. Woodcut, printed area 385 x 445mm, paper watermarked with a fleur de lis, with good margins. The rare first issue of Wäldseemüller's famous 'Admiral's map', the first printed atlas map specifically of the Americas. It shows the eastern coasts of America and the western coast of Europe & Africa 55º North to 35º South, with a rudimentary 'Florida', Cuba, Hispaniola and Jamaica. The twenty place names in North America suggest his sources were Portuguese, particularly the Cantino chart of 1502 and Caveri of c.1505. As the Gulf of Mexico and the Florida Peninsula appear before recorded voyages to either, this map is regarded as evidence of forgotten expeditions. It was Wäldseemüller's wall map of the world map (1507) that first used the name 'America', although he was only using it for the parts of South America explored by Amerigo Vespucci. However others started using the name for the whole of the New World and here Wäldseemüller is trying to make amends: a Latin note reads 'This land and the adjacent islands were discovered by Christopher Columbus on the mandate of the King of Castile'. This is the best example of this landmark map we have ever seen. BURDEN: 3.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps
2017-02-14 22:12:07
WÄLDSEEMÜLLER, Martin.
Strassburg, Johannes Shott, 1513 or 1520. Woodcut, printed area 385 x 445mm, paper watermarked with a fleur de lis, with good margins. The rare first issue of Wäldseemüller's famous 'Admiral's map', the first printed atlas map specifically of the Americas. It shows the eastern coasts of America and the western coast of Europe & Africa 55º North to 35º South, with a rudimentary 'Florida', Cuba, Hispaniola and Jamaica. The twenty place names in North America suggest his sources were Portuguese, particularly the Cantino chart of 1502 and Caveri of c.1505. As the Gulf of Mexico and the Florida Peninsula appear before recorded voyages to either, this map is regarded as evidence of forgotten expeditions. It was Wäldseemüller's wall map of the world map (1507) that first used the name 'America', although he was only using it for the parts of South America explored by Amerigo Vespucci. However others started using the name for the whole of the New World and here Wäldseemüller is trying to make amends: a Latin note reads 'This land and the adjacent islands were discovered by Christopher Columbus on the mandate of the King of Castile'. This is the best example of this landmark map we have ever seen. BURDEN: 3.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-02-11 14:09:37
[CLICTHOVE (Josse)]
41, (3)ff. (signatures a8 Paris, Henri Estienne, 16 décembre 1513, in-4, 41, (3)ff. (signatures a8, b4, c-f8), demi-chagrin marine, dos à nerfs estampé de filets à froid (reliure fin XIXème), PREMIERE EDITION de ce traité sur l'interprétation mystique des nombres. Clicthove (1472?-1543), docteur en théologie (1506), fervent opposant de Luther, a composé un assez grand nombre d'ouvrages qui ont presque tous été imprimés par Henri Estienne. Il fut curé à Tournai, puis chanoine et théologal de Chartes. En 1512, il est nommé précepteur des deux neveux de l'évêque de Clermont, Jacques d'Amboise. L'auteur dédie son ouvrage à Germain de Ganay, évêque de Cahors et protecteur de Jacques Lefèvre d'Étaples. Or, Clicthove fut l'élève de ce théologien lorsqu'il étudia à Paris. Lefèvre d'Étaples avait abordé l'interprétation mystique des nombres dans son traité de magie naturelle, écrit entre octobre 1492 et décembre 1495, mais jamais imprimé. Il tenta d'y concilier la philosophie pythagoricienne des nombres avec la théologie chrétienne. Dans son ouvrage, Clicthove cite d'abord Pythagore et Aristote, puis la Bible et les pères de l'Eglise (saint Augustin, Jean Damascène, saint Jean Chrysostome, saint Grégoire, saint Jérôme), Cassiodore, Bède le Vénérable, etc. Il s'inscrit ainsi dans l'interprétation chrétienne, en s'appuyant abondamment sur saint Augustin. Suivant cette tradition, Dieu aurait mis en notre âme l'intelligence du nombre qui serait un reflet du nombre non-sensible, c'est-à-dire un signe divin et par là-même un chemin vers son accession. Premier feuillet restauré dans l'angl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
2017-02-06 21:59:55
Ptolemy/ Laurent Fries Claudius ( 1513 - 1531 )
Artist: Ptolemy/ Laurent Fries Claudius ( - 1531 ) ; issued in: ; date: 1530 1513 - - technic: Woodcut; colorit: colored; condition: ; size in cm : 31 x 42 - description: map of the area between the Black and the Caspian Sea - Vita of the artist: "Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna.Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519.By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Grüninger. It would seem that Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group.This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he worked in some capacity as a cartographic editor for or with Gruninger, exploiting the corpus of mate … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG
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2017-02-06 21:59:55
Ptolemy/ Laurent Fries Claudius ( 1513 - 1531 )
Artist: Ptolemy/ Laurent Fries Claudius ( - 1531 ) ; issued in: Ulm; date: 1541 1513 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Wormholes perfectly restored; size in cm : 28 x 43 - description: Map shows the river Rhein, on reverse 1/2 page shows a map of Lothringa - Vita of the artist: "Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna.Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519.By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Grüninger. It would seem that Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group.This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he worked in some capacity as a cartograp … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-12-13 11:49:18
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 [Baden-Baden, Germany]
2016-12-13 11:49:18
<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
2016-12-13 11:49:18
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 [Baden-Baden, Germany]
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2016-12-02 17:27:00
IRAN ( Persien / Persia ):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
2016-11-20 12:45:20
SCHWEIZ (Switzerland):
- Holzschnitt n. Martin Waldseemüller aus Claudii Ptolemei viri Alexandrini Mathematice discipline Philosophi doctissimi Geographie opus . b. Johannes Schott in Strassburg, 1513, 43 x 55 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 130 (Johannes Schott, 1477 - ca. 1548. Publisher and printer in Strasbourg. . J. Aeschler & G. Übelin's edition of Ptolemy's 'Geographia' , 1513 ; . 'This edition is known as the first modern atlas, because the 20 new maps show all parts of the world based on contemporary knowledge.'. .). - Martin Waldseemüller (v. 1470-1518/21) der bedeutende Kartograph, ist vor allem als Autor der ersten Karte, auf der die Bezeichnung "Amerika" verwendet wird, in die Kulturgeschichte eingegangen. - Die vorliegende Karte stammt aus der Straßburger Ptolemäus-Ausgabe von 1513, erstmals erschienen mit 20 'Tabulae modernae'. - Zeigt die Schweiz im Westen mit dem Bodensee, Im Osten Freiburg (Fribourg), Im Süden Basel und im Norden der Gotthard. - Mittig Zürich mit dem Züricher See. - Am den Ränder teilweise restauriert. - Insgesamt ordentliches Exemplar. The first 'modern' printed map of Switzerland Double-page woodcut map. - Waldseemuller's 'modern' map of Switzerland published in the seminal atlas of 1513. - Along with the twenty-seven Ptolemaic maps, Waldseemüller also added a second section of twenty modern maps, which was the first major attempt to break away from the Ptolemaic tradition. - The present map of Switzeraland, is the first modern.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2016-11-20 11:14:28
DEUTSCHLAND (Germany) - Polen (Poland / Polska):
- Holzschnitt n. Martin Waldseemüller aus Claudii Ptolemei viri Alexandrini Mathematice discipline Philosophi doctissimi Geographie opus . b. Johannes Schott in Strassburg, 1513, 37,5 x 54 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 130 (Johannes Schott, 1477 - ca. 1548. Publisher and printer in Strasbourg. . J. Aeschler & G. Übelin's edition of Ptolemy's 'Geographia' , 1513 ; . 'This edition is known as the first modern atlas, because the 20 new maps show all parts of the world based on contemporary knowledge.'. .); Imago Germaniae, Das Deutschlandbild der Kartenmacher in fünf Jahrhunderten, S. 8. - Martin Waldseemüller (v. 1470-1518/21) der bedeutende Kartograph, ist vor allem als Autor der ersten Karte, auf der die Bezeichnung "Amerika" verwendet wird, in die Kulturgeschichte eingegangen. - Die vorliegende Karte stammt aus der Straßburger Ptolemäus-Ausgabe von 1513, erstmals erschienen mit 20 'Tabulae modernae'. - Die Karte zeigt Deutschland und Polen. - Am den Ränder teilweise restauriert. - Insgesamt ordentliches Exemplar. Rare map from the first modern atlas by Martin Waldseemüller since it is the first Ptolemy edition with twenty new regional maps beside the traditional twenty-seven Ptolemaic maps derived from the 1482 Ulm edition. - The map shows Germany and Poland. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2016-10-19 09:10:33
Petrus de Natalibus.
1513. Folio (222 x 320 mm). (4), 253 ff. Title page printed in red and black. With woodcut title border (birds and grapes) by Hans Wechtlin and page-sized woodcut by Urs Graf at the end of preliminary matter. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin. Two clasps. Early edition of this influential collection of Lives of the Saints, first published in Vicenza in 1493. "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.). Fine Strasbourg print; Urs Graf's splendid woodcut shows the Ascension of the Christ. - Binding rather severely rubbed. Some worming to beginning and end; occasional brown- and waterstaining. Late 16th-c. ms. ownership and large engr. bookplate to front pastedown. VD 16, P 1881. BM-STC German 644. Adams N 45. Ritter 1856.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-08 13:00:28
RÖSSLIN, Eucharius [ROESSLIN]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2016-10-08 13:00:28
RÖSSLIN, Eucharius [ROESSLIN]
Strassburg: Martin Flach, 1513. 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 Benzing, Norman and Garrison-Morton online … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2016-10-07 03:18:41
RÖSSLIN, Eucharius [ROESSLIN]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2016-08-29 22:26:59
VITRUVIUS Marcus Pollio
Giunta, 1513. in - 8 (175x105 mm), ff. 4, 188, 24, 24, bel carattere corsivo. Importante legatura coeva in pelle di scrofa con impressioni a secco ai piatti e al dorso, due antichi tasselli in pelle con titolo in oro. Titolo con bordura xilografica figurata, iniziali decorate, impresa di Giunta al verso dell'ult. foglio, 136 silografie a 1/2 o 1/3 di pagina nel testo. Seconda edizione figurata con il commento di Fra Giocondo, celebre architetto veronese (1433 - 1515), e rara prima edizione in ottavo del testo vitruviano. Dopo il grande successo ottenuto con l'uscita a Venezia nel 1511 del "De architettura", nel 1513 venne proposta a Firenze questa seconda versione con numerose correzioni al testo, con le incisioni ridotte di dimensioni e con aggiunto il testo di Sesto Giulio Frontino (fine I sec. d.C.) "De aqueductibus urbis Romae". Bell'esemplare con ampi margini, in importante legatura del tempo (antica lieve nota di possesso parzialm. abrasa al tit., armi araldiche aggiunte a penna all'interno dello scudo della bordura).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-08-25 18:49:48
PETRARCA Francesco
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.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-08-24 15:32:38
COCCIO Marcantonio (SABELLICO Marcantonio) - BEATO RENANO - EGNAZIO CIPELLI Giovanni Battista, a cura di
Venundantur Parrhisiis (Parigi) a Ponceto Le preux eiusdem civitatis Bibliopola: ad signum Lupi in vico sancti Iacobi,ppe divi Mathurini commorante, 1513. Marcantonio Coccio, detto Marcantonio Sabellico, l'autore di questo testo, nacque intorno al 1436 a Vicovaro in Sabina, allora sotto il dominio degli Orsini. E' stato uno storico italiano, più noto come Sabellico, nome preso dal luogo di nascita, nel territorio degli antichi Sabini. Fu membro dell'Accademia romana di Pomponio Leto ed insegnante di retorica in varie città come Udine, Venezia e Verona. Fra le sue innumerevoli opere annoveriamo orazioni, scritti sulla topografia e sulle magistrature veneziane.L'ultimo suo lavoro, i dieci libri Exemplorum, è un compendio dell'etica, diviso secondo una particolare classificazione delle virtù, fondata sulla considerazione dell'ambito nel quale si esplicano (la vita familiare, la religione, la politica, la società, la corte), con un corredo di ricordi personali che ne costituisce il particolare interesse. L'edizione è a cura di Beatus Rhenanus e G. B. Egnazio, i cui nomi appaiono rispettivamente nel verso del front. e in fine. Beato Renano. - Umanista (Beatus Rhenanus, dalla patria del padre, Rheinau; di cognome, Bild; Schlettstadt 1485 - Strasburgo 1547). Studiò in patria, poi a Parigi con J. Lefèvre d'Etaples (1503 - 07) e a Strasburgo (1509 - 10); nel 1511 si stabilì in Basilea, ma nel 1526, divenuta la città protestante, la lasciò definitivamente, tornando a Schlettstadt. Di fronte alla Riforma tenne un atteggiamento non dissimile da quello di Erasmo, difendendo Lutero in un … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-08-21 13:41:33
CAVICEO Iacopo
Ugoleto e Saladi, 1513. in - 4 (segnatura in - 8), ff. 190 n.n., bella legatura d'amatore (firmata Brugalla 1947) in marocchino blu, filetti e medaglione impressi in oro ai piatti, tagli dorati. Al titolo raffiguraz. del sole, decine di iniziali vegetali su fondo nero n.t. Seconda edizione, di assoluta rarità come la prima (Parma 1508), dedicata a Lucrezia Borgia, censita in sole otto biblioteche italiane. Uno dei primissimi romanzi della letteratura volgare italiana, composto con abbondanza di dialettalismi e latinismi, l'opera principale del Caviceo (1443 - 1511) narra le avventure e gli amori di Peregrino e di Ginevra. I protagonisti, specie l'eroina, sono quasi figure allegoriche; i viaggi e le avventure dell'eroe, che in parte ritraggono l'avventurosa vita dell'autore, riprendono il Filocolo del Boccaccio e le vicende di Fiorio e Biancofore; la figurazione dell'oltretomba ricorda alquanto l' Eneide e la Divina Commedia. Ottimo esemplare di importante e rara opera.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-08-21 10:27:13
Sigebertus, of Gembtoux (Sigebert)
Paris: Ioannis Petit, 1513. Editio Princeps. Hardcover. Fine. 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.
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2016-08-21 10:27:13
Sigebertus, of Gembtoux (Sigebert)
Paris: Ioannis Petit, 1513. Editio Princeps. Hardcover. Fine. 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.
Bookseller: Thorn Books
2016-08-20 14:38:11
PINDAR
Aldo, 1513. in - 8 (160x104 mm), pp. (16), 373, (1 con il colophon, manca l'ultimo f. bianco), magnifica legatura di Roger Payne (celebre legatore inglese, 1739 - 1797) in p. marocchino granata con impresa aldina attorniata da cordone impressa in oro su entrambi i piatti, riquadro a filetto oro sui medesimi, dorso a nervi con tit. oro negli scomparti, tagli dorati. Ancora aldina al tit., impresso in grande corsivo greco, spazi con lettera - guida per le iniziali. Editio princeps, splendida e rarissima, delle opere di Pindaro e di Lycophron, seconda di quelle di Callimaco e Dionysius, dedicate da Aldo all'amico fraterno e protettore Andrea Navagerio, il quale lo aveva convinto, dopo una pausa tipografica di 4 anni, a riprendere il lavoro: "sono ritornato a Venezia, l'Atene dei nostri tempi, dove, tra i tanti illustri eruditi, riconosciamo il nostro amato Musuro". Curiosa è la segnatura dei fascicoli, che Aldo indicò con numerazione araba anziché con le lettere. Pindaro (Tebe 518 - 446 a. C.) fu considerato dagli antichi il più grande tra i lirici greci, il primo dei 9 lirici del cosiddetto canone alessandrino, e dai moderni amato e imitato, influenzando in maniera determinante l'opera di autori come Goethe, Holderlin e Foscolo. Bellissimo esempl. marginoso, interamente "reglé" in rosso, con ex - libris di Syston Park.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-08-19 21:31:38
Martin WALDSEEMULLER (1470 ca. - 1518)
1513. Rara ed importante carta della penisola, tratta dalla prima edizione della Geographie Opus Novissima Traductione e Grecorum Archetypis curata dal Waldseemuller ed edita da Johannes Schott nel 1513. L'opera è considerata come il primo atlante moderno, preparato usando la traduzione dal greco di Mathias Ringmann; si tratta di una delle più importanti edizioni del Tolomeo, contenente molte nuove mappe della regioni. Sono 20 le carte aggiunte, basate sulle nuove scoperte e conoscenze, oltre al consueto corpo di 27 carte che compongono la Geografia di Tolomeo, basate sull'atlante edito a Ulm nel 1482. Il Borri la descrive: " Nell'Italia settentrionale l'orografia risulta assai semplificata; è del tutto inesistente nelle altre parti. I monti non hanno più conformazione a placca lineare ma sono rappresentati da coni accumulati, leggermente arrotondati e con ombra a destra. Le medesime semplificazioni si riscontrano per il sistema idrografico, anch'esso inesistente al centro ed al Sud, con la sola eccezione di un breve tratto del fiume Tevere. La carta deriva da quella del Berlinghieri e perciò in essa è stata introdotta la normale orientazione, con l'eliminazione delle imperfezioni tolemaiche e con l'aggiunta dei nuovi elementi tratti dalle carte nautiche". Xilografia, scala graduata con lieve coloritura coeva, pieni margini, in straordinario stato di conservazione. Eccellente esemplare di questa rarissima carta della penisola, una delle più importanti rappresentazioni a stampa. Bibliografia: Borri p. 17, 16; Almagià p. 11b; Perini pp. 22/25. Dimensioni 574x410. "A rare and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-08-19 19:06:11
Ptolemy Claudius- Johann Schott
Artist: Ptolemy Claudius- Johann Schott; Issued in: Strassburg; date: c 1513 - Artist: Ptolemy Claudius- Johann Schott; Issued in: Strassburg; date: c. 1513; - Condition: Very good; Map shows in trapezoid total India with the river Ganges and the neighbouring countries. Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country, on the frame side the climatically zones. On reverse the description with splendour-fully decorated letters. Ptolomey watermark on the right side.
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Ptolemy Claudius- Johann Schott
Artist: Ptolemy Claudius- Johann Schott; Issued in: Strassburg; date: c 1513 - Artist: Ptolemy Claudius- Johann Schott; Issued in: Strassburg; date: c. 1513; - Condition: Very good; Map shows Pakistan, north east India and the river Ganges, from the atlas: " Geographie opus novissima traductione e gricorum archetypis"
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2016-08-16 18:03:36
COCCIO Marcantonio (SABELLICO Marcantonio) - BEATO RENANO - EGNAZIO CIPELLI Giovanni Battista, a cura di
Venundantur Parrhisiis (Parigi) a Ponceto Le preux eiusdem civitatis Bibliopola: ad signum Lupi in vico sancti Iacobi,ppe divi Mathurini commorante 1513 - 1 volume Marcantonio Coccio, detto Marcantonio Sabellico, l'autore di questo testo, nacque intorno al 1436 a Vicovaro in Sabina, allora sotto il dominio degli Orsini. E' stato uno storico italiano, più noto come Sabellico, nome preso dal luogo di nascita, nel territorio degli antichi Sabini. Fu membro dell'Accademia romana di Pomponio Leto ed insegnante di retorica in varie città come Udine, Venezia e Verona. Fra le sue innumerevoli opere annoveriamo orazioni, scritti sulla topografia e sulle magistrature veneziane.L'ultimo suo lavoro, i dieci libri Exemplorum, è un compendio dell'etica, diviso secondo una particolare classificazione delle virtù, fondata sulla considerazione dell'ambito nel quale si esplicano (la vita familiare, la religione, la politica, la società, la corte), con un corredo di ricordi personali che ne costituisce il particolare interesse. L'edizione è a cura di Beatus Rhenanus e G. B. Egnazio, i cui nomi appaiono rispettivamente nel verso del front. e in fine. Beato Renano. - Umanista (Beatus Rhenanus, dalla patria del padre, Rheinau; di cognome, Bild; Schlettstadt 1485 - Strasburgo 1547). Studiò in patria, poi a Parigi con J. Lefèvre d'Etaples (1503-07) e a Strasburgo (1509-10); nel 1511 si stabilì in Basilea, ma nel 1526, divenuta la città protestante, la lasciò definitivamente, tornando a Schlettstadt. Di fronte alla Riforma tenne un atteggiamento non dissimile da quello di Erasmo, difendendo Lutero … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2016-07-17 18:46:47
Curtius Rufus, Quintus:
Tübingen, Anselm 1513.Mit Holzschnitt - Druckermarke auf dem letzten Blatt. 68 num. Bll. Flexibler Pergamentband unter Verwendung eines liturgischen Manuskripts des 15. Jhdts. 29 x 20 cm. VD 16 C 6461; Adams, C 3118; Proctor 11734; Steiff, Tübinger Buchdruck 48; Schweiger II/1, 317. Zum Drucker vgl. auch Benzing S. 464, 2. - Unterer Rand tls. gering fleckig. Titel unten mit sehr kleinem Loch durch Rasur. Bücher la
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2016-07-17 18:46:47
Curtius Rufus, Quintus:
Tübingen, Anselm 1513.. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem letzten Blatt. 68 num. Bll. Flexibler Pergamentband unter Verwendung eines liturgischen Manuskripts des 15. Jhdts. 29 x 20 cm. VD 16 C 6461; Adams, C 3118; Proctor 11734; Steiff, Tübinger Buchdruck 48; Schweiger II/1, 317. Zum Drucker vgl. auch Benzing S. 464, 2. - Unterer Rand tls. gering fleckig. Titel unten mit sehr kleinem Loch durch Rasur.
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2016-06-12 14:19:47
LIBURNIO Niccolò
Vinegia,: Iacopo de Penci da Lecco, 1513. Vinegia, Iacopo de Penci da Lecco, 1513. In-8 p. (mm. 207x141), p. pergam. antica, tit. oro su tassello al dorso, 6 cc.nn., 100 cc.num., 2 cc.nn. (l'ultima è bianca), testo in carattere tondo, ornato da lettere iniziali colorate a mano in rosso e blu: due di queste, e precisamente l'iniziale “P” (alla dedica a Isabella d'Este, Signora di Mantova) inquadrata in sottile cornice su fondo rosa, è 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 un'opera in prosa con intermezzi poetici del letterato veneziano “Niccolò Liburnio (1474-1557), canonico della Basilica di San Marco. Ne "Le Selvette" uno dei motivi più urgenti è quello della vecchia e nuova letteratura volgare, di fronte alla quale il Liburnio si pone affiancando all'incontestabilità del magistero degli antichi (Dante, Petrarca, Boccaccio) una decisa affermazione di autorità dei moderni (Antonio Tebaldeo, Iacopo Sannazzaro, Pietro Bembo). Parallela all'attività poetica in volgare fu quella in latino, e affrontò anche questioni di grammatica e retorica (Le vulgari elegantie)”. Così Diz. Biografico Italiani, LXV, pp. 66. Cfr. Parenti “Prime ediz. Italiane”, p. 312 - Cat. British Library, p. 377 - manca all'Adams. Ultima c. bianca con ang. inferiore mancante, altrim. esemplare ben conservato.
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2016-05-31 16:12:39
Choral Antiphonal and Hymnal
ca.1513. Vellum, 57 + 1 ff., in Latin. On a ruled area of 400 x 250 mm., there are seven lines of staves in Roman choral notation on three lines of 10 mm., each, under each there is text in a clear rounded Gothic hand, in black ink. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Yushodo Co., Ltd. [Fuefuki-shi, Yamanashi Pref., N/A, Japan]
2016-05-28 07:46:45
RIO, Baltasar del
1513 - "Baltasaris Del Rio Pallatini.: Habita Rome in Basilica.S. Io. Lateranen in septima Sessione celebrata Die. xvii. lunii. M.D.Xiii. Pontificatus Sui Anno. Primo." Al final: Romae Impressum per Iacobum Mazochium Die octava Iulii Anno Domini .M.D. XIII. (1513). En 4º, 10 hojas, incluida la cubierta con escudo papal. Palau, 258193. Pequeña restauración en la esquina superior izquierda de la última página. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: C.M.Garrido
2016-05-18 20:12:21
CAVICEO Iacopo
(In fine, colophon): In eo cura adhibita est non vulgaris ab Octauiano Salado e Francisco Ugoleto Parmensis ne quid ab archetypis Caviacaei secondo deuiarent, MDXIII.Mense Maio. (Parma 1513). in-4 (segnatura in-8), ff. 190 n.n., bella legatura d'amatore (firmata Brugalla 1947) in marocchino blu, filetti e medaglione impressi in oro ai piatti, tagli dorati. Al titolo raffiguraz. del sole, decine di iniziali vegetali su fondo nero n.t. Seconda edizione, di assoluta rarità come la prima (Parma 1508), dedicata a Lucrezia Borgia, censita in sole otto biblioteche italiane. Uno dei primissimi romanzi della letteratura volgare italiana, composto con abbondanza di dialettalismi e latinismi, l'opera principale del Caviceo (1443-1511) narra le avventure e gli amori di Peregrino e di Ginevra. I protagonisti, specie l'eroina, sono quasi figure allegoriche; i viaggi e le avventure dell'eroe, che in parte ritraggono l'avventurosa vita dell'autore, riprendono il Filocolo del Boccaccio e le vicende di Fiorio e Biancofore; la figurazione dell'oltretomba ricorda alquanto l' Eneide e la Divina Commedia. Ottimo esemplare di importante e rara opera. Adams C-1187. STC 162. Cfr. Vignali, Luigi. Il Peregrino di Jacopo Caviceo e il lessico del Quattrocento (Milano: Unicopli, 2001, pp.482, contiene un dizionario di 1850 voci presenti nel romanzo). Papanti, Novellieri It., p.96 (cita ediz. tarda). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-05-17 04:23:45
2016-04-26 12:27:18
JOHN OF SALISBURY.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2016-04-26 12:27:18
JOHN OF SALISBURY.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2016-04-26 12:27:18
JOHN OF SALISBURY.
Lyon: Constantin Fradin, 1513. Octavo (168 x 100 mm). Contemporary calf, covers with elaborate blindstamped rule border with inner decorative panel gilt, all edges gilt, rebacked preserving the original spine, ruled and lettered gilt, new front endpaper. Corners restored, final blank leaf pasted onto rear board. First gathering sometime repaired in the gutter with tape, now professionally restored with some residual staining in the gutter, title page a little soiled, occasional spotting and the odd stain; nevertheless a very good copy. Title and running headlines of first 6 leaves printed in red and black, woodcut initials. Second edition, first published in Brussels c. 1480, of John of Salisbury's Policraticus. Subtitled De nugis curialium et vestigiis philosophorum (Concerning the Frivolities of Courtiers and the Traditions of the Philosophers), it has been called "the first medieval treatise on political thought" (David Knowles in The Encyclopaedia of Philosophy). The work "enunciates two political doctrines - the distinction of the legitimate prince from the tyrant and the subordination of the imperial to priestly authority. The prince is not absolved from obedience to law; his position is that of 'a minister of the public welfare and a servant of equity', since the state exists to promote equity. From the church the prince receives the whole authority he wields" (ESS). The fifth and sixth books are based upon a letter written by Plutarch to Trajan, "from which he draws a lengthy comparison of the state with the human body: the head is the prince, the soul the priesthoo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-03-24 17:58:35
(SPAIN & PORTUGAL). (WALDSEEMÜLLER). (PTOLEMY).
Strasbourg., 1513. Originalt tresnitt. Arkets størrelse : 60 cm X 42,5 cm.. Norsk. "Martin Waldseemüller, a highly accomplished scholar of geography, merged the science of mapmaking and the art of printing in his 1513 atlas, one of the most groundbraking documents in the history of cartography. He intended this atlas as a new edition of Ptolemy's Geographia, but included the addition of 20 modern maps which were not based upon the tradition of Ptolemy. Waldseemüller's use of a quadratic plane projection, was also a noteworthy advance." Martin Waldseemüller (1470-1520). Liten rift ved nedre marg. Et lite ormehull i venstre marg. Et par slitasjer i øvre marg.
Bookseller: Damms Antikvariat AS [NO]
2016-03-19 22:37:19
IRAN ( Persien / Persia ):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
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2016-02-18 08:58:06
Leo X. (Giovanni de Medici).
(Rom, M. Silber, nach dem 19. Dezember 1513). 4°. Mit Schwarzgrund-Wappenholzschnitt. 4 nn. Bll. (das letzte weiß). - Angeb. - Ders. Bulla seu cedula reformationis officialium Romane Curie lecta in VIII. Sessione. (Rom, 1513). 4 nn. Bll. (das letzte weiß), Mod. marmor. Ppbd. mit eingeb. altem Umschlag m. handschriftl. Deckelschild. Leo X. (Giovanni de Medici; 1475-1521) war vom 11. März 1513 bis zu seinem Tod Papst. - Ad 1) Einziger Druck der dogmatisch bedeutsamen Verlautbarung. „In der 8. Sitzung wurden [...] Irrtümer über Sterblichkeit und Einheit der menschlichen Seelen, sowie der Satz, daß etwas theologisch wahr und philosophisch falsch sein könne, verworfen“ (Wetzer/W. VII, 1501). Am Schluß ein Redaktionsvermerk von P. Bembo, der 1513 Sekretär von Papst Leo X. geworden war. - Ad 2) Einziger Druck, gelesen in der achten Sitzung des Laterankonzils. Unterzeichnet von P. Bembo und D. de Comitibus. - Umschlag berieben u. fleckig. Durchg. etw. fleckig (der erste Titel u. das letzte weiße Bll. stärker), mit schwacher vertikaler Knickspur u. mit kl. Randläsuren. Schwach wasserrandig. - Ad 1) Adams L 470; Proctor/I. 12234; BM STC, Italian Books 571. - Ad 2) BM STC Italian Books 571. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Leo X. (Giovanni de Medici), Bulla seu cedula in materia fidei, Bulla seu cedula reformationis officialium Romane Curie lecta in VIII. Sessione, Papst, Päpste
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2016-02-14 06:19:23
Seneca Lucius Annaeus, 4 B.C.- 65 A.D.
Florentiae. Sumptibus Philippe de Giunta Florentini. M.D.XIII. [Firenze/Florence, Giunta, 1513]. 8 p. l., 215 numbered leaves (a-z8, &8, A-D8, D8, blank?, wanting). Imprint from colophon (leaf 215 recto). Edited by Benedicti Philologi Florentini, i. e. Benedetto Ricciardini. This is a reprint of the 1506 edition and is thus the second Florence edition. Bandini, Giunta, p. 47; Brunet 5: 285-86. NUC 538: 283 (NS 0413807) lists copies at NNC and IU only. Adams S 899 is the 1506 ed. Has owner signature ?Agapoti Borgia? in humanistic cursive. Some marginal annotations, seemingly of the 16th century, but trimmed. A number of woodcut ornamental initials. Vg copy, waterstain across back pages of the volume. In an Italian binding, perhaps 100 years old, with vellum spine and paper covered boards. Stock#OB370.
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2016-02-06 08:50:09
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.
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2016-01-28 21:34:05
KASACHSTAN - USBEKESTAN:
- 1513, 33 x ( 27,5 x 50 ) 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 .". - Die Karte zeigt das Gebiet nordöstl des Kaspischen Meeres mit Turkmenistan, Usbekestan und Kasachstan.
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2016-01-28 21:34:05
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