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2012-06-30 15:36:44
Pontanus, Joannes Jovianus.
Urania, sive de stellis libri quinque. Meteorum liber unus. De Hortis hesperidum libri duo. Lepidina sive postorales pompeae septem. Item Meliseum Maeon Acon. Hendecasyllaborum libri duo. Tumulorum Liber unus. Neniae duodecim. Epigrammata duodecim. Venice, Aldus & Asulanus, 1513. 8vo (160 x 103mm) 255 + [1]f. Last leaf with Aldine device. Bound in contemporary brown Italian morocco over wooden boards with blind and gilt fillets around a central star and the lettering PONTANI URANIA on sides. Edges gilt and gauffered with a knotwork pattern; two clasps and catches intact; edges gauffered; gilding slightly faded; top of spine skilfully restored. The augmented second Aldine edition of the moral poems, with the text corrected from the first 1505 edition and with an additional 27 pages of text at the end. Pontanus (1426-1503), humanist and politician, a friend of Aldus Manutius, was tutor at the court of Alfonso and Ferdinand of Naples. One of the most typical Latin poets of the Renaissance, he exerted a powerful influence, especially on the poets of the Pléiade. In Urania the author pronounced his immortality as a poet. An exceptionally fine copy preserved in an unusual Italian morocco binding of the period. Provenance: With early ink ownership signature “Cesare Serai” on title. References: Adams P-1858; Censimento 16; Isaac 12831; Renouard 63/7; Texas 104; UCLA 91. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2012-06-28 14:30:44
STROZZI (, Ercole & Tito "Vespasiano")
Venedig, Aldus & Asolanus 1513 (nach venezianischem Kalender, nach sonst in Europa gültigem 1514).. 8°. (8), 99 Bll., (1) Bl., 152 Bll. Mit Aldus-Druckermarke (Fletcher Nr. 11) auf Titel und letztem Bl. verso. Goldgeprägter Pergamenteinband des 16. Jahrhunderts (nachgedunkelt, fleckig, berieben [auch die Goldauflage], in späterer Zeit neu aufgebunden und mit neueren Vorsätzen versehen), ohne die Bindebänder. Erste Aldus-Ausgabe, erste Werkausgabe; von grosser Seltenheit. Mit zwei handschriftlichen Gedichten des Strozzi-Freundes Daniele Fini; es handelt sich höchstwahrscheinlich um ein Exemplar aus dem Vorbesitz des Strozzi- und Aldus - Freundes Daniele Fini. EINE AUSFÜHRLICHE BESCHREIBUNG FINDET SICH AUF UNSERER WEBSITE unter "Das besondere Buch" mit den vier Unterseiten..
Bookseller: Antiquariat Büchel-Baur
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2012-06-22 03:09:28
Manuel I, King of Portugal
[Strassburg: Matthias H�pf�ff, 1513. [7] leaves, including woodcut titlepage illustration (3 1/4 x 4 1/2 inches), plus final integral blank leaf. Quarto. Dbd., leather tab on foredge of first leaf. Slight soiling and dampstaining in margins. A very good copy. In a half morocco and cloth box. An extremely rare German translation of a newsletter first issued in Latin and published in Rome in 1513, reporting the Portuguese conquest of Malacca in 1511 and describing its rich potential as a commercial center. No copies of this seven-leaf edition are recorded in OCLC or RLIN, and only a single copy of another 1513 German translation, printed in Augsburg and consisting of five leaves, is located in the U.S., at the James Ford Bell Library. However, the British Library holds copies of both translations, and the imprint information for this edition is based on Robert Proctor's research on German books in the British Museum. The letter from Manuel I to Pope Leo X relates the conquest of Malacca by Portuguese military commander Afonso de Albuquerque in June 1511. In addition to providing details of this victorious battle, the report includes descriptions of the wealth to be found in the region and the importance of the city as a trading nexus. In particular, the text emphasizes how courteously the merchants were treated in order to ensure future commerce. Albuquerque's voyages and military exploits between 1503 and 1515 were instrumental in consolidating Portugal's expansion to India and Malaya. The present pamphlet also records his actions after he departed from Malaya and retu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2012-06-13 15:40:02
Paris, Hardouyn 1513. 15 cm. 83 (von 84, ohne D7) nicht numeriert Blatt sign. A-K8, L4; 31 Zeilen; auf Pergament gedruckt, mit 13 halbseitigen oder größeren Metallschnitten, 5 kleineren Metallschnitten und zahlreichen Initialen, alle zeitgen. koloriert und vergoldet. Geglätteter Kalbleder-Band (sign. R. Raparlier) um 1900 mit goldgepr. Deckelschmuck, Silberschließen und dreiseitigem Goldschnitt - Brunet VI, 1630, 220 - Lacombe 237 - Bohatta, Livre d'h. 947 - Stundenbuch auf Pergament, Titelblatt verso mit Almanach für 1513 - 1523. Das bei Brunet beschriebene Exemplar der Bibliothèque Impériale enthält 73 Blatt; Lacombe nennt 11 Lagen, sign. A-K8 und L4 ohne 3 Blatt in Lage E und zählt das zu "89 au lieu de 92" Blatt zusammen; Bohatta wiederholt diese Angabe. In unserem Exemplar sind es 11 Lagen: A-K je 8 Blatt und L1-6 ohne D7 = zusammen 83 statt 84 Blatt Die Holzschnitten stehen in Bordüren, ebenso der darunter stehende Text. Sie zeigen (auf dem Titel): Der Kentaur Nessus als die Druckermarke, Martyrium des hl. Johannes, Mariae Verkündigung, Maria und Elisabeth, Kreuzigung, Anbetung durch die drei Könige, Geburt Christi, Verkündigung an die Hirten, Darstellung im Tempel, Flucht nach Ägypten, Krönung Mariens, Triumph des Todes, Jüngstes Gericht. Die kleinen Holzschnitte zeigen Szenen aus dem Leben der Heiligen. Vorsatz mit Namenszug Thore Virgin, datiert 1929. Gut erhaltenes Exemplar, Bezug über dem Vordergelenk restauriert, Blattränder wenig störend fingerfleckig, E1 mit kurzer Quetschfalte im Text. - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2012-05-10 17:54:18
PIETRO DE' NATALI. (Petrus de Natalibus):
Argentine (Strasbourg), printed by Martinus Flach, 1513.. Edited by Antonio Verlo, imprint and date taken from colophon, Latin text, 1513. Folio, 315 x 215 mm, 12½ x 8½ inches, ENGRAVED TITLE PAGE MISSING, full page woodcut of Christ sending forth the apostles, with monogram VG [for Urs Graf], on verso of prelim leaf a4, numerous decorative woodcut initials, printed in black letter on 2 columns, collation: a4 (-a1), b-z6, A-T6, U4 (U2 mis-signed X), X4 (X4 is a blank), leaves (3 of 4), CCLIII, foliation erratic in a couple of places but catchwords correct and text is complete, bound in full contemporary embossed pigskin over wooden boards, raised bands, old hand lettering to spine on chipped paper label, another old paper label at tail. Vellum a bit darkened, slightly scratched and marked, several worm holes in covers, remains of clasps on lower cover, corners slightly worn, couple of very small nicks at tail of spine, upper turn in on lower cover is chippped, free endpaper missing at front, endpaper and pastedown missing at rear, a couple of old inscriptions on front pastedown, crack between front cover and aii, first page of Prologus, the latter is slightly dusty and has a horizontal crease, 3 single worm holes to the margin continue to fo. 36, 2 in text to fo. 20, a single margin worm hole and 1 in text start on fo. 228 and continue, joined by the end of the volume by 1 more in text and several in the margins, no loss of legibility, slight damage to aii at the inner edge with loss of 1 word on verso, 6 neat marginal notes, occasional small pale stain to margins, intermit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2012-05-08 12:41:02
[Concilium Lateranense V].
[Rom, Marcello Silber, um 1513].. 4 unnum. SS. Mit Holzschnittvignette (Papstwappen Leo X.) und vierteiliger ornamentaler Holzschnittbordüre am Titel. 4to.. Das zweite nachweisbare Exemplar des Verzeichnisses der am 5. Laterankonzil (1512-17) teilnehmenden Kardinäle, gegliedert in "Cardinales Episcopi", "Cardinales Presbiteri" und "Cardinales Dyaconi", innerhalb dessen nach dem ernennenden Papst (Sixtus IV., Alexander VI., Julius II. und der amtierende Leo X.). Einige ungefähr zeitgenöss. hs. Marginalien und Ergänzungen (so beim niederländischen Kardinal Hadrianus der Hinweis auf seine spätere Papstkür im Jahre 1522); am Schluß siebenzlg. Nachschrift von derselben Hand. - Minimale Papierschäden im Innenrand (keine Textberührung); insgesamt sauber. Nicht in der Vaticana, nicht im OCLC, kein Exemplar in Amerika. Nur ein Exemplar in internationalen Bibliothekskatalogen über Edit 16 nachweisbar (Biblioteca dell'Accademia nazionale dei Lincei e Corsiniana, Roma), - Edit 16, CNCE 54236. Tinto (Ann. tip. Silber) 93. Nicht bei Adams oder BM-STC Italian.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2012-04-13 15:24:34
KETHAM, Joannes
Venice: Gregorio de Gregoriis, 1513. An attractive copy with good impressions of the blocks of the first medical work to be illustrated with woodcuts. The Fasciculus Medicinae is an anthology intended for the use of students and practitioners during the Renaissance. It includes both traditional medical lore as well as more recent writings, of which the most important by far is Mondino?s Anothomia, the first modern treatise on anatomy. The outstanding feature of the work, however, "is that it includes the first printed anatomic illustrations of any kind" (G&M 363) and contains "...among the best woodcuts of the fifteenth and early sixteenth century" (Heirs of Hippocrates, p. 46). In the northern Italian style of Mantegna, to whose school they have been attributed, the woodcuts depict the Zodiac Man, the Bloodletting Man, the Planet Man, a dissection scene, the female figure with uterus, and the full-page woodcut of Petrus de Montagnana teaching. The work was first published in 1491 and went through many editions, though as a book which saw constant use in some uncommonly messy places, it is now rare. Copies in good condition with margins around the many full-page illustrations seldom appear on the market. Little is known about Ketham. A German born in Swabia, he is thought to have been Professor of Medicine and Surgery at Venice, and to have prepared this work for his students.*Waller 5175; not in Durling; Choulant pp. 115-122; Garrison & Morton 363; Cushing K58; Charles Singer, ed., The fascicula de medecina, p. 40 ff.; Histoire de la medecine et du livre medicale, p. 49 ff … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc.
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2012-04-08 02:50:21
Dürer, Albrecht (1471-1528):
O.O., o. J. Reprint des 20. Jahrhunderts nach dem Kupferstich von 1513, gerahmt. Bildgrösse: 59 x 75 cm. Blattgrösse: 75 x 96 cm. Leicht stockfleckig.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Zürich, Switzerland]
2011-10-06 16:46:03
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: 9,80 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 [Graz, Austria]
2011-08-31 10:46:42
Der Heiligen Leben und Leiden -
- Eines von 200 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe mit 167 kolorierten Holzschnitten. Der Text beruht auf dem Augsburger Druck von 1513. Die Holzschnitte sind Nachbildungen des Lübecker Drucks von 1492. Band 1: Winterteil. Bd. 2: Sommerteil. Tadellos erhalten. - Sarkowski 695.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schmidt & Günther [Germany]
2010-04-29 18:47:56
Caesar C. Julius
Venetiis: Apud Aldum. [Figurato Aldina] (cm.15,8) ottima solida piena pergamena XVIII secolo, tassello in pelle con titolo e fregio in oro.-- cc. 124 nn.(di cui l' ultima bianca), pp. 676, cc. 136. Con 20 xilografie n.t. di cui 7 a piena pagina + 2 tavv. f.t. ripiegate con la Spagna e la Francia. Ritratto di Aldo Manuzio al frontis con al verso grande stemma di Massimiliano II, il tutto in xilografia. Importante edizione basata sulla celeberrima del 1513. Il pregio di questa nostra stà nel fatto che i rami sono stati incisi nuovamente e pertanto si tratta di incisioni nuove: illustrano fauna, fortificazioni, sbarramenti, sistemi di difesa terrestri e fluviali, muraglie, costruzione di ponti nonchè le due carte geografiche della Gallia e della Spagna. In una lettera al Muretus, Aldo Manuzio scrive: " Faccio anche fare le figure di nuovo, per essere le vecchie troppo vergognose ". A queste incisioni si è anche ispirato il Palladio nell' edizione del 1575 tradotta dal Baldelli, nelle sue intricate scene di battaglia. Vecchio piccolo restauro all' estremo margine bianco del frontis, una macchia a scomparire alle ultime 30 carte che non impedisce la lettura, lievi ombreggiature e minime fioriture ma bell' esemplare ben completo delle carte bianche. * Renouard 221/17; * Burgassi p.153; * Fournier 1809 " Aldine " p. 19 n° 811; * UCLA IV n° 620; * Mortimer N 96 in nota; * Bm. Stc. 135; * Adams C 63.[f56] . ottimo. Rilegato. 1575.
Bookseller: Libri antichi e rari Francesco e Claudia
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2010-04-26 15:09:08
Waldseemüller, Martin (c. 1470 - c. 1521)
Strassburg: Johann Schott, 1513. THE FIRST OBTAINABLE MAP OF THE WORLD BY MARTIN WALDSEEMULLER Woodcut: 173/8" x 22 7/8" References: Rodney W. Shirley, The Mapping of the World (London, 1983), n. 35. In 1507 Martin Waldseemüller published the first map to name the New World "America," in acknowledgement of explorer Amerigo Vespucci's discoveries. There is only one copy of the 1507 map in existence and it is in the holdings of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. By 1513, and with the publication of this map in his Ptolemaic atlas (see n.6 above), he had recognized the real importance of Christopher Columbus. In an attempt to rectify his earlier mistake, Waldseemüller removed not only the name but also the whole North American continent from his 1513 map. In a sense it was too late, as "America" had now become the popular name for the New World. But, in this "modern" world map Waldseemüller attempted to assert Columbus' important discoveries in the western hemisphere and give the explorer the credit he deserved. Therefore, this map is sometimes called the "Admiral's Map" in view of comments made by Waldseemüller in the text (which accompanied his atlas) suggesting that information for the mapping of the New World had been supplied by Christopher Columbus. Substantiating this retraction is another map in the same volume. On the regional map of the Caribbean and Atlantic Ocean ("Tabula Terre Nove"), South America is labeled "Terra Incognita" (unknown land) and bears an inscription indicating that these lands were discovered by Columbus, with no indication of A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
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2009-03-11 09:17:26
IN AEDIBUS ASCENSIANIS IDUS IUNAS M.D.XIII, 1513. [PARIS]: IN AEDIBUS ASCENSIANIS IDUS IUNAS M.D.XIII. [LEGATURA-PARIS] (cm. 28) 4 parti in due volumi bella legatura originale su assicelle in pelle di scrofa riccamente impresse a secco ai piatti con figure,emblemi,medaglioni e allegorie disposti su tre fasce entro cinque cornici a doppio filetto. 4 nervi. Con 3 bei ganci metallici (su 4) finemente incisi in bronzo.-- cc. 6 nn., cc. 251 + 1c. bianca; cc. 49 + 1c.b.; cc. 168; cc. 4 nn., cc. 195 + 1c. bianca. Carattere romano, testo inquadrato dal commento, bellissimi capolettera grandi e piccoli a fond crible. Tre magnifici frontis, uno in rosso e nero, entro cornice figurata con simboli e allegorie, al centro la grande marca tipografica. Al verso della sesta carta all' inizio del primo volume dei versi in rosso e nero con 3 grandi capolettera in rosso assai eleganti. E' questa l' edizione più importante e completa, edita in vita dall' autore, che contiene in prima edizione le note e i commenti di S. Murr, J. Bade e S. Brant. All' inizio della IV parte si riporta il carteggio con Pico della Mirandola, Filippo Beroaldo e Baptista Mantovano. Questa poderosa opera contiene vari riferimenti a malattie mentali e psichiche, conservazione dei cibi e della salute, inoltre accenna per la prima volta alle malattie ed epidemie portate dall' America dagli esploratori europei. Difetti ai dorsi della legatura con antichi restauri alle cuffie del II volume. Alcune spellature ai piatti. Una gora bruna al margine delle prime 6 carte del I volume il cui frontis è con difetti e con antico resta … [Click Below for Full Description]
2009-03-06 09:17:50
sumptibus Philippi de Giunte Fiorentini,, Florentiae, 1513. In 8?(165x100) cc. n.n. 16, cc. num. 301. Frontespizio entro ricca cornice silografica, in stile rinascimentale, con ramages e putti alati che suonano corni, su delfini; iniziali ornate incise in legno. Mezza pelle settecentesca con titolo su doppio tassello al dorso in oro, fregi floreali, piatti in cartone decorato in verde. Ottimo esemplare con bella impressione in carattere corsivo. Minimo lieve alone al piede pag. solo marg. est. a poche carte. Lievi saltuarie fioriture. Rara edizione. Sconosciuta a Caillet; Decia I, 290-95; Adams L- 15; Bandini II, 51. Letteratura latina.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2009-02-10 03:04:56
Waldseemüller, Martin (c. 1470 - c. 1521)
Strassburg: Johann Schott, 1513. THE FINEST EXAMPLE IN EXISTENCE OF MARTIN WALDSEEMULLER'S MAP OF THE NEW WORLD, WITH SPECACULAR FULL ORIGINAL COLOR Woodcut: 18" x 233/4" References: Seymour I. Schwartz & Ralph E. Ehrenberg, The Mapping of America (New York, 1980), 31-34; Philip D. Burden, The Mapping of North America: A List of Printed Maps 1511-1670 (Rickmansworth, 1996), 5. The "Tabula Terre Nove" was the most important map included in Martin Waldseemüller's 1513 Ptolemaic atlas. Completed just twenty years after the discovery of America, it was without question the best representation of the New World to date. Waldseemüller noted that the map was derived from observations made by "the Admiral," generally thought to indicate Christopher Columbus. In a map of the New World completed several years before, Waldseemüller had named the new lands "America" after Amerigo Vespucci, whom he mistakenly thought of as their discoverer. In the "Tabula Terre Nove," the cartographer attempted to correct his mistake, naming it simply "Map of New Lands," but to no avail, as his original name has clearly stuck. This map has long represented to scholars and historians the best and earliest state of knowledge regarding the New World. Furthermore, this example is especially notable for having original color. Most of the surviving examples of the map - and there are very few - are uncolored, or were colored at a later time. Martin Waldseemüller, a highly accomplished student of geography, merged the science of mapmaking and the art of printing in his 1513 atlas, one of the most ground … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2008-10-16 13:33:11
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius (90-168 A.D.)
Strasbourg: Johann Schott, 12 March 1513. 2 parts in one volume, folio. (17 3/16 x 12 inches). [Title leaf], [dedication leaf], 5-60 numbered leaves, [14 unnumbered leaves forming an index], 27 woodcut "ancient" maps (26 double-page), [supplement title-leaf], 20 woodcut "modern" maps by Martin Waldseemüller, (19 double-page, the final single-page map of Lorraine printed in three colours), [15 unnumbered text leaves]. (Margins of 4 of the "ancient" maps shaved with slight loss to the printed marginal notes [3] or the image area [1], 6 of the "modern" maps shaved with slight loss [1 with loss to the marginal notes, 5 with slight loss to the image area], unobtrusive worming to lower blank margins of text leaves to H1, single wormtrack from B5 to the end through text and image areas, a second track from title through to G2 through text only). Expertly bound to style in 18th-century red morocco, panelled in gilt on covers, spine simply gilt in seven compartments with raised bands, lettered gilt in the second compartment, modern black morocco-backed box, titled in gilt. A unique copy of the first modern atlas with maps by Martin Waldseemüller and with the translation of Mathias Ringmann, "The most important of all the Ptolemy editions" (Streeter). A monumental work containing critical New World information, derived from the latest voyages of exploration, including two maps in early proof states and the earliest map devoted entirely to the New World. This copy has been carefully compared with the copy in the Library of the State University of Utrecht, Holland, that was used to pro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
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2008-10-16 08:11:11
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 m … [Click Below for Full Description]
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