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2017-10-16 11:11:41
DAUMIER (Honoré)
1515. S.l., Signée en bas à droite des initiales HD, première moitié du XIXe siècle, plaque de verre peinte en couleurs sur les deux côtés, 25,4 x 22 cm, coins coupés en biseau (sur 7,5 cm). Delteil 1515. "Inventaire du Fonds Français XIXe s.", p. 503, n° 201, pl. 39. Rarissime spécimen de peinture sur verre réalisée d'après Daumier. Dans une chambre, une homme en chemise, des savates aux pieds, bâille et s'étire ; par terre une paire de guêtres, et sur une chaise une carnassière et un fusil de chasse. L'artiste a employé une technique particulière: le verre est peint sur les deux faces afin d'obtenir un effet de profondeur. La lithographie originale avait été insérée dans la suite "Les bons bourgeois" (82 planches, 1846-49) ; Jean Adhémar ajoute au titre: "le réveil du chasseur". Le support, certes insolite, n'est peut-être pas le fruit du hasard: rappelons en effet que le père de Daumier, Jean-Baptiste, exerçait à Marseille la profession de verrier et encadreur, avant de venir se fixer en 1816 à Paris, où il présenta ses productions poétiques à Louis XVIII. Cette belle peinture sur verre pourrait dès lors témoigner d'une tentative de perpétuation de la tradition familiale. Cette plaque a fait autrefois partie d'une série de quatre peintures sur verre d'après Daumier, toutes situées dans des chambres et représentant des scènes nocturnes ou des réveils: on peut imaginer que ces peintures étaient destinées à orner un paravent ou une fenêtre de chambre à coucher. Objet de grande curiosité, en parfait état. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-10-16 11:11:26
Lulle (Raymond) :
S.l., s.n., 1515 (colophon : Lugdun., Gilberti de Villiers. Impensis vero Magistri Guilhelmi Huyon et Constantini Fradin ibidem commoruntes. Anno salutis Millesimo quingentesimo decimo quinto quarto Nonas Maij - 4 mai 1515) ; in-4 ; plein vélin ivoire, dos muet (reliure ancienne) ; (8) pp. non chiffrées : titre illustré du grand bois gravé de l'arbre des sciences, daté de 1515, verso blanc, (1) f. bl., (2) pp. grand bois gravé recto-verso, arbre des qualités, vide puis écrit, épigramme de Josse Bade en latin et au verso liste des XVI arbres spéciaux des sciences (coelestialis, maternalis, divinalis, etc.) ; 681, (1), (18) pp. Introductiorum magnae ortis generalis... et en tout 18 grands bois gravés figurant les différents arbres des sciences, certains répétés avec ou sans le texte. Edition imprimée sur deux colonnes, dont le texte est identique à l'originale, mais qui aurait été imprimée au XVIIe, sans autre précision, d'après Baudrier, XI-107. En effet, celle-ci est en lettres rondes alors que l'édition originale a été imprimée en caractères gothiques. Malgré nos recherches, nous n'avons pu déterminer la date exacte de cet ouvrage, ni son lieu d'impression, ni, bien-sûr, son imprimeur ; elle est, elle aussi, fort rare et, en l'examinant bien, nous pouvons estimer cette édition à la fin du XVI ou au tout début du XVIIe (Duveen, 368 ; Caillet, 6841).Célèbre alchimiste et mystique, né à Palma de Majorque d'une famille originaire de Barcelone (1232 ?-1315), Raymond Lulle fut le contemporain d'Albert le Grand, Bonaventure, Arnaud de Villeneuve, Roger Bacon, Thomas d'Aquin et de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France, Lyon]
2017-10-15 17:00:59
Lactantius.
In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri, 1515. First Aldine edition for Lactantius' three major works, the editio princeps having been printed in 1465. Another Aldine version appeared in 1535. The text includes a preface by Giovanni Battista Egnazio (addressed to Antonio Trivulzio) which serves as a => eulogy for Aldo Manuzio, who died earlier that year, as well as a => Latin-Greek dictionary following the main text for the phrases used within the work. Also appearing after Lactantius' text is a short "Apologieticus contra gentes" by Tertullian, with a preface by Egnazio; UCLA's Aldine catalogue notes the two must have been released together, as corrections for the Tertullian appear at the end of the Lactantius. Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius (ca. 240-320), born a pagan before converting to Christianity, was a North African writer whose polished style earned him, during the Renaissance, the sobriquet of "the Christian Cicero." According to the New Catholic Encyclopedia, Jerome admired his writings, judging their strengths and weaknesses as apologetics somewhat wistfully: "Would that he had been able to establish our teachings as well as he demolished that of others." Spaces with guide letters are found throughout the work but have been left unaccomplished, no scribe having provided decorative initials; the whole is => in Aldine italic with a few phrases in Greek; and the Aldine dolphin and anchor is found on both title-pages and the last page. Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2017-10-15 17:00:59
Lactantius.
[colophon: Venetiis: In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri, 1515]. 8vo (16.3 cm, 6.375"). [16], 348, [12], [4], 48 ff. First Aldine edition for Lactantius' three major works, the editio princeps having been printed in 1465. Another Aldine version appeared in 1535. The text includes a preface by Giovanni Battista Egnazio (addressed to Antonio Trivulzio) which serves as a => eulogy for Aldo Manuzio, who died earlier that year, as well as a => Latin–Greek dictionary following the main text for the phrases used within the work. Also appearing after Lactantius' text is a short "Apologieticus contra gentes" by Tertullian, with a preface by Egnazio; UCLA's Aldine catalogue notes the two must have been released together, as corrections for the Tertullian appear at the end of the Lactantius.    Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius (ca. 240–320), born a pagan before converting to Christianity, was a North African writer whose polished style earned him, during the Renaissance, the sobriquet of "the Christian Cicero." According to the New Catholic Encyclopedia, Jerome admired his writings, judging their strengths and weaknesses as apologetics somewhat wistfully: "Would that he had been able to establish our teachings as well as he demolished that of others."    Spaces with guide letters are found throughout the work but have been left unaccomplished, no scribe having provided decorative initials; the whole is => in Aldine italic with a few phrases in Greek; and the Aldine dolphin and anchor is found on both title-pages and the last page.    Provenance: From the library of American collec … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PR [USA]
2017-10-15 08:07:41
ab Hieronymo Soncino, Impressum Fani. Testo latino. Cm.16x9,8. Pg.80 non numerate. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida. Alcune chiose manoscritte cinquecentesche. Fu per l'intero Medioevo che il "De Bello Troiano", altrimenti noto come "Ilias latina", venne attribuito a Pindaro. La narrazione romanzata della guerra di Troia ebbe del resto, nel corso dei secoli, numerose altre attribuzioni, da Cornelio Nepote (che l'avrebbe dedicata a Sallustio) al religioso di Efesto Darete Frigio, citato sia nell'Iliade che nell'Eneide, che l'avrebbe composta addirittura prima di Omero, fino al cretese Dictus, originario di Cnosso e compagno di Idomeneo. Nella presente, rara, edizione sonciniana del 1515, ristampa di quella analoga del 1505, questa epitome della guerra di Troia in 1070 esametri viene attribuita dunque a Pindaro dal curatore Francesco Poliardi, nativo di Fano, che vi unisce l'"Astyanax" e gli "Epigrammata". L'epopea di Astianatte, figlio di Ettore, si deve all'umanista Maffeo Vegio (Lodi, 1407-1458), seguace di Bernardino da Siena e del Panormita e canonico in San Pietro, mentre la copiosa raccolta di Epigrammi si deve al certosino lavoro di trascrizione di Giacomo Costanzi il Giovane (Fano, 1473 circa - 1517) sotto la supervisione illuminata di Lorenzo Astemio (Macerata Feltria, 1435 circa - 1508). > Sandal, 51. 100 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
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2017-10-13 08:22:39
Castellano Alberto (a cura di)
1515. In-folio (33 cm) (14) c. CCXCVIII c. (2) (24) c. (2). Numerose incisioni nel testo. Bell'esemplare in legatura d'epoca in piena pelle con impressa vignetta dorata rappresentante Cristo in croce con Maria e Maddalena in cornice ovale. Edizione di P. Alberto Castellano secondo il colophon. Nella parte superiore del frontespizio: "Sanctus Hieronymus interpres biblie" e più sotto una incisione raffigurante S. Jérôme. Strappetto alla carta CXLVI. Castellano Alberto (1450-1523). Dominicano (1470) visse nei conventi di Brescia, S. Pietro Martire a Murano, SS . Giovanni e Paolo a Venezia (1508). Redattore della Bibbia in testi latini e canoniche e storia religiosa, in particolare dell'Ordine Domenicano. Ultime tracce di attività nel 1523. Sacon Jacques (1472-1530). Koberger Anton (1440-1513). Numerous engravings in the text. Beautiful specimen in vintage binding in full leather with embossed golden vignette representing Christ on the cross with Mary and Magdalene in oval frame. Beautiful leather binding embossed on the plates Jesus on the cross with Mary and Mary Magdalene. Edition of P. Alberto Castellano according to the colophon. At the top of the title page: "Sanctus Hieronymus interpres biblie" and more under an engraving representing S. Jérôme. CXLVI paper tear-off. Castellano Alberto (1450-1523). Dominicano (1470) lived in the convents of Brescia, S. Pietro Martire in Murano, SS. Giovanni and Paolo in Venice (1508). Editor of the Bible in Latin and canonical texts and religious history, especially the Dominican Order. Last traces of activity in 1523. Sacon Jacques (147 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana [IT]
2017-10-12 22:01:18
ovidio P.OVIDII NASONI
aldus. In 16° (15,00 x 10,00) , pp.DA 69 A 171 (AL SOLO VERSO ) + 18 nn - Secondo volume delle opere di Ovidio: il primo comprende le Metamorfosi, il secondo gli Amori, il terzo i Fasti. Frontespizio mancante, Ancora aldina al verso dell'ultima carta. Internamente esemplare fresco, glosse di antica mano ai margini di alcune carte IL PRESENTE TOMO SECONDO CONTIENE: - AMORUM - DE ARTE AMANDI - DE RIMEDIO AMORIS - DE MEDICAMINE FACIEI - NUX - SOMNIUM - PULEX - PHILOMELA - SABINI EPISTOLAE ECC - Legatura in mezza pelle con titoli dorati al dorso (con mende), piatti marmorizzati, tagli spruzzati sull'etichetta del dorso è indicato 1503 ma al colophon 1515 Buone condizioni, esemplare genuino
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Sabraro Book [IT]
2017-10-11 13:43:54
PINDARO.
ROMA, ZACCARIA CALLIERGI, 1515. In-4; 240 cc.; marche tipografiche stampate sul titolo raffiguranti il Caduceo di Mercurio che compare solo in questa edizione perche' curata da Cornelio Benigno che aveva questa marca e L'Aquila bicipite con le iniziali Z K che e' anche sull'ultima carta.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-03 20:02:10
Leone X
s. l., s. e., 1515. Placchetta in 16° (cm 10 x 14), copertina ricavata da Exultet o Salterio settecentesco, in rosso e nero, pp 16, senza paginazione e con segnatura discontinua, stemma di papa Medici al frontespizio, esemplare in buone condizioni, carta brunita, parzialmente in barbe. Il volumetto contiene il testo, impresso in caratteri gotici, delle deliberazioni su tre importanti argomenti trattati durante questa fase conclusiva del Concilio di Trento: si riuscì a sostituire la Sanzione Pragmatica di Bourges con un concordato. Il concilio inoltre emise decreti nell'ambito della fede e della morale. Erano già stati emanati numerosi decreti papali a favore dei "Montes pietatis" ("Monti di pietà"). C'erano però ripensamenti contro il modo con cui questi monti dei pegni si mantenevano senza danni. Il soggetto scottante è su Usura e i "Monti di pietà"; citiamo dal testo: "Alcuni maestri e dottori infatti sostengono che non sono leciti quei Monti di pietà nei quali, passato un certo tempo, si esige dai poveri destinatari del prestito in più del capitale un tanto per ogni libbra prestata; in questo modo infatti essi non vanno esenti dalla colpa di usura e da un preciso peccato di ingiustizia... Si dà infatti usura in senso proprio quando dell'uso di una cosa che non produce niente, ci si sforza di ricavare, senza alcuna fatica e pericolo, un guadagno e un frutto". Per quanto riguarda la "Prammatica sanzione", dietro la spinta di re Carlo VII di Francia l'Assemblea del clero, riunita nel maggio/giugno 1438 a Bourges, aveva redatto 23 articoli ispirati al concilio di Basilea e n … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bosio [Magliano Alpi, CN, Italy]
2017-10-01 22:09:35
Marcus Tullius Cicero
Leipzig: Valentin Schumann, 1515. Small 4to (20,2 x 14,1 cm). 70 lvs. Later half vellum, marbled boards. Famous essay by Cicero on Duties, Obligations and Ideals of Public Behavior shortly before he was assassinated. Very rare Leipzig-edition. WorldCat mentions only 5 copies. A nicely printed postincunable, almost still an incunable with minuscules for initials. Title printed in black and red with a broad figurative ornamental border. Collation: Quires A-N consist of 6 leaves, where quires C, G and K consist of 4 leaves. In our copy leaf Lvi replaced by a facsimile. Slightly browned; throughout the work several pale traces of (older) marginal notes. Although one leaf wanting, otherwise a very well-preserved copy of a very rare edition. For a full description and more images please visit: www.zaalbooks.nl .
Bookseller: Zaal Books [Netherlands]
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2017-09-26 20:26:23
Marco Tullio Cicerone
FIRENZE: Impressum Florentiae Sumptu Philippi Iuntae, 1515. Rilegato. BUONO. 10,4 16,6. I-II USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele [Italy]
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2017-08-24 17:14:06
CATULLUS, Gaius Valerius.
in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri, 1515. 8vo. 1) ff. 148, [ii]. A-D8, E10, AA-DD8, EE4, a-i8. 2) FIRST EDITION. ff. [vi] 47 [i.e. 46]. A-F8 G4. Italic letter. Aldine anchor device on title and verso of last in both volumes, capital spaces with guide letters, bookplate of Syston park on pastedown. Some slight marginal spotting in places, first title very fractionally dusty, the odd marginal spot. Very good copies, crisp and clean, with good margins, in early C19th crushed green morocco gilt, covers bordered with a gilt ruled panel filled with a floral chain roll gilt, Aldus' dolphin device gilt at centers, spine with raised bands richly gilt in compartments, inner dentelles gilt, a.e.g., extremities rubbed. Second and best Aldine edition of the first work, (a corrected reprint of the 1502) and first edition of the second, from the extraordinary library at Syston Park. The work is divided into three sections, respectively comprising Catullus, Tibullus and Propertius. The first comprises the complete works of Catullus, (c.84-54 BC), 117 poems ranging in scope from the famous two-lined 'odi et amo' to the vigorous obscenities of poem 16, when Catullus wrathfully proclaims: "Pedicabo ego vos et irrumabo, Aureli pathice et cinaede Furi". Catullus was the "greatest lyric poet of Rome", and Cornelius Nepos considered him one of the "two greatest poets of his own time". His poems vary in length, from 2 to 408 lines, but are mostly short and written in the lyric, iambic or elegiac metre. They give the reader a vivid impression of the poet's life, as well as serving as a useful mirro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2017-08-22 19:48:28
LUCIAN, of Samosata.
Strasbourg Johann Schott 1515 - 4to, ff. [84]; with errata on ff. 83v-84r; text printed in Greek on the verso of each leaf, from a2v onwards; title printed in red and black, as is the first opening of the text on ff. a2v-3r; woodcut ornamental strip in left hand margin of the Greek text on each leaf; bound in eighteenth-century patterned boards, some skilful restoration of inner margins of first and last leaves; a very good, large copy. Ownership stamp on title page 'Heldenberg'; a few early ink notes on title page and a few early leaves (in an early and very neat hand) and on g1r (a larger and later hand). Sole edition prepared by Otmar Nachtgall (i.e. Nightingale, 1487-1537, his name latinised as Luscinius). Born in Strasbourg, Nachtgall studied in Paris and Italy, then travelled to Hungary, Transylvania and Greece, and on returning to his native city became attached to the circle of Wimpheling and Sebastian Brant; in 1514 he met Erasmus when he visited Stasbourg, and the great scholar came to admire his Greek learning, but they later quarrelled when they had to share a house in Augsburg. Nachtgall is well known as the humanist scholar who initiated Greek studies in Strasbourg; although an enthusiastic supporter of the new learning, he remained Catholic in religion and became unpopular at Augsburg, where he settled in 1523, because of his opposition to Protestant preaching. He was also a notable musician: in the year this fine edition of Lucian appeared, he published his Institutiones Musicae and was appointed organist at St Thomas's in Strasbourg. This is a very attracti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Christopher Edwards ABA ILAB [United Kingdom]
2017-08-14 12:32:02
Concoregio, Giovanni de:
Venedig, Octiviani Scoti, 19. Februar 1515. - Folio. 101 numerierte Blätter (ohne das letzte weisse Blatt). Maroquinband des 19. Jahrhunderts mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. BM Italian Books 193. - Graesse II, 247. - Hirsch VI, 645. - Index Aureliensis IX, 362. - Dritte Auflage. Concoregio (ca. 1380-1438) war Professor in Montpellier, Bologna und Pavia. Er verfasste zwei Werke "Lucidarium et flos florum medicinae" und "Summula de curis febrium .", die 1485 zum ersten Mal erschienen. Der erste Teil ist ein Kommentar zum neunten Buch des "Liber medicinalis Almansoris" des arabischen Arztes Rhazes, das zweite Werk über Fieber basiert ebenfalls wesentlich auf arabischen Autoren. - Stellenweise leicht gebräunt und stockfleckig. Die letzten 8 Blätter mit grösserem Flecken. Einbandrücken am oberen Kapital mit kleinem Abriss. - Schöner zweispaltiger Druck in gotischen Typen.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein
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2017-08-14 12:28:50
Maen, Wolfgang von:
Augsburg, J. Schönsperger d. J., 1515. - 54 (von 68) nn. Bll. Mit 16 (von 30) altkolorierten Holzschnitten von Hans Schäufelein und Hans Burgkmair sowie altkolorierten Holzschnitt-Bordüren auf den Textseiten. 4°. Mod. Pergamentband aus altem Manuskript. Etwas berieben und gebräunt; Deckel gering gewölbt; Block angebrochen; a2 lose; Lagen c und d ineinander verbunden; einige Bll. mit Eckausrissen und hinterlegt, teils ist die Bordüre betroffen; fingerfleckig und gebräunt. Es fehlen 14 Bll. (inkl. Titel) mit 14 Holzschnitten, darunter die 4 von Jörg Breu d. Ä. Vorgebunden ein Blatt mit farbigem Allianzwappen (Ast mit 2 Schilden daran hängend), dieses teils ausgekratzt. (Ein Exemplar des Maen-Faksimiles von 1911, hg. von Otto Clemen, liegt bei, darin auch eine Analyse der Holzschnitte). W. Maen war Kaplan von Kaiser Maximilian I; hier bearbeitete er poetisch die Passionsgeschichte, wobei er weitere Quellen wie Kirchenväter und Theologen des MA heranzog (Quellenangabe wie Bernhard von Clairevaux oder Ludolph von Sachsen jeweils am Rand neben den 5zeiligen Strophen). Die Überleitungen der Abschnitte in Latein. "Das Buch wurde in einer Schwabacher Type gedruckt (.). Die Textrahmungen wurden aus einzelnen Teilen jeweils zusammengesetzt." Die Textseiten "sind mit halbierten Ziersäulen und Laub- und Blattwerk ornamental gerahmt; Putten, hin und wieder kleine Tiere, beleben die sich häufig wiederholenden Zierstücke." (Sammlung Schäfer, 67). Eines der schönsten Augsburger Holzschnittbücher in erster Ausgabe. VD16, M 77. Leider fehlen in diesem Fragment die 4 Holzschnitte von Jörg Breu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
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2017-08-10 11:59:38
DANTE ALIGHIERI.
Bookseller: Peter Ellis, Bookseller, ABA, ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-08-10 11:59:38
DANTE ALIGHIERI.
In Venegia nelle Case d'Aldo & d'Andrea di Asola [Venice: Aldus and Andrea di Asola]. Agosto, 1515. In Venegia nelle Case d'Aldo & d'Andrea di Asola [Venice: Aldus and Andrea di Asola]. Agosto,, 1515. Second Aldine edition and first illustrated edition. Octavo. pp [2]. 244. Double-page woodcut diagram of Hell; double- and single-page woodcut charts of the sins of Hell and Purgatory. Aldine device on title-page and on verso of final leaf. Early 19th century binding of full calf.From the library of William Rossetti with a gift inscription to him on the verso of the front free endpaper: ''William Rossetti from his friend Vernon Lushington. 18 June 1873''. Rossetti had published a translation in blank verse of the Inferno in 1865. Vernon Lushington (1832-1912) was a judge closely associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood of which William Michael Rossetti was a founder member. It was Lushington, a Cambridge Apostle, who first introduced Edward Burne-Jones to Dante Gabriel Rossetti in his college rooms. Lushington's daughter Kitty was supposedly the model for Virginia Woolf's Mrs Dalloway.Early inscription on title-page. Cover rubbed at edges and joints. Hinges cracking but tight. Very good.
Bookseller: Peter Ellis, Bookseller, ABA, ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-08-08 17:23:22
GEILER VON KAISERSBERG, Johann (1445-1510)
Strasbourg: Johann Grüninger, 1515. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. Folio (272 x 198 mm). Criblé border around title, 7 woodcut illustrations (one repeat), numerous woodcut initials. Contemporary blind-stamped half pigskin over wooden boards, brass claps. Rebacked preserving old spine, lacking catches; minor worming to title (affecting a few letters) and first few leaves, a few blank margins with minor paper flaws, some light browning. Provenance: early marginalia; Joh. Wigand (signature on title); purchased from John Fleming, 1971. One of several issues of the second edition, illustrated with the same unusual set of woodcuts representing danse macabre subjects that had appeared in the first edition of 1514. Kristeller describes the full-page "Figura Mortis" cut (showing death slaying a whole family) as "a Dance of Death scene of the most moving character." The pictorial criblé title border carries the initials "E.W.", "G.W." and "V.A." Geiler's sermons held in Strasbourg Cathedral were marked by uncommon, bold and often down-to-earth turns of phrase, and great erudition. Kristeller 155; Muller II:35, 126; Muther 1435; Schmidt 146. See Minns, Dance of Death Collection, 194. Fact and Fantasy 18.
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts
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2017-08-08 17:23:22
GEILER VON KAISERSBERG, Johann (1445-1510)
Strasbourg: Johann Grüninger, 1515. Folio (272 x 198 mm). Criblé border around title, 7 woodcut illustrations (one repeat), numerous woodcut initials. Contemporary blind-stamped half pigskin over wooden boards, brass claps. Rebacked preserving old spine, lacking catches; minor worming to title (affecting a few letters) and first few leaves, a few blank margins with minor paper flaws, some light browning. Provenance: early marginalia; Joh. Wigand (signature on title); purchased from John Fleming, 1971. One of several issues of the second edition, illustrated with the same unusual set of woodcuts representing danse macabre subjects that had appeared in the first edition of 1514. Kristeller describes the full-page "Figura Mortis" cut (showing death slaying a whole family) as "a Dance of Death scene of the most moving character." The pictorial criblé title border carries the initials "E.W.", "G.W." and "V.A." Geiler's sermons held in Strasbourg Cathedral were marked by uncommon, bold and often down-to-earth turns of phrase, and great erudition. Kristeller 155; Muller II:35, 126; Muther 1435; Schmidt 146. See Minns, Dance of Death Collection, 194. Fact and Fantasy 18. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts
2017-08-01 19:14:36
BARBERIIS PHILIPPUS DE
Jacob Koebel, 1515. In 4°(mm 195x140), carte 4, 8, 20,18 ultima bianca. Con 14 grandi vignette raffiguranti le sibille entro bordure architettoniche, 7 piccole incisioni in legno e 3 grandi capolettera silografici, tutte ad opera del cosiddetto "Master of Koebel's press". Pergamena rigida del XVII sec. con tre nervi, titolo manoscritto al dorso, tagli rossi. La raccolta comprende varie opere, tra cui le "Discordantiae sanctorum doctorum Hieronymi et Augustini" del Barbieri, ritenuta la sua più importante produzione di carattere scientifico. In questo trattato composto per volontà dell'imperatore, egli difende, quasi polemicamente, la scuola tomistica, secondo la quale nel pensiero di San Tommaso sono contenute la scienza e la verità. Il contenuto degli altri scritti degli "Opuscula" (i vaticini delle sibille, i carmi della poetessa Falconia, il simbolo anastasiano) induce a pensare che questa raccolta fosse destinata a uso scolastico; conobbe una certa fortuna e varie edizioni, alcune delle quali successive alla morte del Barbieri.Filippo Barbieri (Barberi Filippo, Philippus de Barberis, Philippus Siculus), nato a Siracusa intorno al 1426, fece parte dell'Ordine dei domenicani, presso il locale convento dei predicatori. Si addottorò forse a Catania, insegnante di teologia, divenne famoso come filosofo e oratore. Ricoprì anche la carica di inquisitore in Sicilia e a Malta per il Santo Uffizio; durante un viaggio in Spagna con vigore persuase i sovrani a nominare tre inquisitori per perseguire gli ebrei, (i Giudei recidivi) azione peraltro implicitamente autorizzata da Sisto … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2017-07-26 02:56:21
BARBERIIS PHILIPPUS DE
Jacob Koebel, Oppenheim, 1515. In 4?(mm 195x140), carte 4, 8, 20,18 ultima bianca. Con 14 grandi vignette raffiguranti le sibille entro bordure architettoniche, 7 piccole incisioni in legno e 3 grandi capolettera silografici, tutte ad opera del cosiddetto "Master of Koebel's press". Pergamena rigida del XVII sec. con tre nervi, titolo manoscritto al dorso, tagli rossi. La raccolta comprende varie opere, tra cui le "Discordantiae sanctorum doctorum Hieronymi et Augustini" del Barbieri, ritenuta la sua pi? importante produzione di carattere scientifico. In questo trattato composto per volont? dell'imperatore, egli difende, quasi polemicamente, la scuola tomistica, secondo la quale nel pensiero di San Tommaso sono contenute la scienza e la verit? Il contenuto degli altri scritti degli "Opuscula" (i vaticini delle sibille, i carmi della poetessa Falconia, il simbolo anastasiano) induce a pensare che questa raccolta fosse destinata a uso scolastico; conobbe una certa fortuna e varie edizioni, alcune delle quali successive alla morte del Barbieri.Filippo Barbieri (Barberi Filippo, Philippus de Barberis, Philippus Siculus), nato a Siracusa intorno al 1426, fece parte dell'Ordine dei domenicani, presso il locale convento dei predicatori. Si addottorÚ forse a Catania, insegnante di teologia, divenne famoso come filosofo e oratore. RicoprÏ anche la carica di inquisitore in Sicilia e a Malta per il Santo Uffizio; durante un viaggio in Spagna con vigore persuase i sovrani a nominare tre inquisitori per perseguire gli ebrei, (i Giudei recidivi) azione peraltro implicitamente autorizzata … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2017-07-09 21:32:07
Marco Tullio Cicerone
Impressum Florentiae Sumptu Philippi Iuntae, 1515. LATINO 0,71 Due cinquecentine in 8°, buono stato, coperta rigida in pergamena, su dorso tassello in pelle con cornice e caratteri incisi in oro, poche macchie, punte e bordo appena sfregati, dorso del II volume con piccolo foro, tracce di fioritura sparsa, tagli di colore giallo, lievemente bruniti, pagine in buono stato, con scolii e qualche sottolineatura, prime pagine del I volume con macchia d'umidità sul margine di testa. Presenta registro, indice, segnatura dei fascicoli e richiami. Sulla facciata precedente l'incipit, di entrambi i volumi timbro a secco. Opera completa. USATO
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2017-07-09 21:32:07
Marco Tullio Cicerone
Impressum Florentiae Sumptu Philippi Iuntae, 1515. LATINO 0,71 Due cinquecentine in 8°, buono stato, coperta rigida in pergamena, su dorso tassello in pelle con cornice e caratteri incisi in oro, poche macchie, punte e bordo appena sfregati, dorso del II volume con piccolo foro, tracce di fioritura sparsa, tagli di colore giallo, lievemente bruniti, pagine in buono stato, con scolii e qualche sottolineatura, prime pagine del I volume con macchia d'umidità sul margine di testa. Presenta registro, indice, segnatura dei fascicoli e richiami. Sulla facciata precedente l'incipit, di entrambi i volumi timbro a secco. Opera completa. USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele
2017-07-05 18:48:53
Marco Tullio Cicerone
Impressum Florentiae Sumptu Philippi Iuntae, FIRENZE, 1515. LATINO Due cinquecentine in 8°, buono stato, coperta rigida in pergamena, su dorso tassello in pelle con cornice e caratteri incisi in oro, poche macchie, punte e bordo appena sfregati, dorso del II volume con piccolo foro, tracce di fioritura sparsa, tagli di colore giallo, lievemente bruniti, pagine in buono stato, con scolii e qualche sottolineatura, prime pagine del I volume con macchia d'umidità sul margine di testa. Presenta registro, indice, segnatura dei fascicoli e richiami. Sulla facciata precedente l'incipit, di entrambi i volumi timbro a secco. Opera completa. Numero Pagine 451 totali
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele [Tarquinia, VT, Italy]
2017-07-05 09:30:00
AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO, Saint
Paris : Badius Ascensius, 1515 (colophon). Folio, ff. [viii], CCLXII, [31] (lacking last blank); title-page within a large historiated woodcut border enclosing the printer's device, many criblé initials throughout; a few minute pinhead wormholes scattered through the second part, a slightly larger one in quire f (not impairing legibility); in a contemporary Cambridge binding by Garret Godfrey of calf over wooden boards, the covers panelled in blind with a roll featuring a griffin, wyvern and lion, signed with the initials GG (Oldham, English blind-stamped bindings, no. 503), the centre occupied by two vertical rolls of quatrefoils in lozenges (ibid, no. 593) flanking a single vertical roll heraldic ornament: a gateway, fleur-de-lis, pomegranate and rose (ibid, no. 746); several impressions of an octagonal lion stamp in the margins outside the panels (not in Oldham); manuscript fore-edge title; wanting the two sets of clasps and catches, some chips at extremities and one or two small dents in the panelling, portions of the lower side sprinkled with pinhead wormholes; rebacked, preserving the original spine, portion at head renewed; new end-papers; contemporary signature 'ffran: wictor' at foot of title, and shelf-mark 'No. 35' in the upper margin; early 17th century initials GB, with price 'pret 3s. 4d.';  manuscript numbering to the initial printed content register; four leaves bound in at end, containing an extensive manuscript index of subjects and loci, dated 12 March 1602/3. Saint Augustine (354 - 430 C. E.) was a highly influential early Christian theologian from Hip … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Douglas Stewart Fine Books [Melbourne, Australia]
2017-07-05 09:30:00
Breviary
Ghent and Bruges ca. 1515-1520 - 835 folia. Crimson velvet binding, richly decorated with gilt ornaments, 2 clasps, gilt-edged and gauffred text block, presented in an accompanying casket, small Folio Breviary: H. 30 x L. 24 x W. 17,5 cm. Casket: H. 34,5 x L. 30 x W. 28 cm. (Extremely fine facsimile edition of the Breviary of Cardinal Domenico Grimani, copy 238 of 750 published by Salerno Editrice at Rome, 2009. The Grimani Breviary is the most elaborate and arguably the greatest work of the history of Flemish manuscript illumination. In 1520 the breviary was purchased by Cardinal Domenico Grimani for the enormous sum of five hundred ducats. The breviary brought together the leading illuminators of the time and each of these artists created for this manuscript some of their most exquisite and original miniatures. The breviary contains 50 full-page miniatures, 18 large miniatures, 18 small miniatures, numerous historiated borders, 12 full-page calendar miniatures, and 12 bas-de-page calendar miniatures, all painted in vivid colours and embellished by the use of gold. The miniatures depict both sacred and secular subjects, including a calendar, psalms, hymns, texts from the holy scriptures, and prayers for the canonical hours of the day. The work is bound with crimson velvet and decorated with elegant frames, finely chiselled, that enclose golden bronze scrolls and medallions portraying on the front cover the Doge Antonio Grimani and on the back cover the cardinal Domenico. The work comes with an information folder: Breviario Grimani (ms. Lat. I 99 = 2138 della Biblioteca azi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-07-04 14:39:10
Vignoles, Charles-Emmanuel de
Mit gest. Titelvign. und Noten im Ttext. 516 S. Lederband d. Zt. Kloss 1515 Taute 2320 Wolfstieg 39707 (gibt als den wahren Verfassernamen Jean Jos. Joniot an): "217 Gesänge mit Melodien, darunter 40 in holländ. Sprache". - Mit zeitgen. Besitzeintrag Mademoiselle J. J. Hopman, 1773, und Wappenexlibris John Adam Milne. - Bestoßen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2017-06-28 20:28:59
HAMMER-PURGSTALL, Joseph von.
1515. Harting 112; Schwerdt I, p. 228; not in Atabey; Blackmer. First printing in any language of three important manuscripts on falcons and falconry: a 12th-century Turkish treatise on falconry by Mahmud Ibn Mehmed al-Bargini, "Baz nama" [= Falcon book] (in the original Turkish and in German translation); the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I's ca. 1515(?) "Über die Falknerey" in the original German; and a shorter Greek treatise on hawking, "Hierakosophion" [= Hawking apprenticeship] in the original Greek and in German translation, a variant form of part of a 13th-century work by the Byzantine Emperor Michael VIII (1223-1282). Little is known about the author of the Turkish treatise, but he came from Anatolia on the southeastern coast of what is now Turkey, where he apparently worked in service of the Bey of Mentese. He cites another work from 597 AH (1200/01 CE).Hammer-Purgstall (1774-1856), a leading Austrian orientalist with an extensive knowledge of languages, took up a diplomatic position at the Austrian embassy in Constantinople in 1799 and remained in Turkey and the Middle East until 1807. He found the Turkish manuscript on falconry at the Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan in 1825 and the other two manuscripts at the Hofbibliothek in Vienna. He not only translated and edited the present texts but also contributed a 32-page introduction and a list of 63 works on the subject of falconry, from the 15th-century to his own day. The book, printed in only 300 copies, has been largely overlooked in the literature on ornithology and Islamitica, but Schwerdt notes that it is "part … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Houten, Netherlands]
2017-06-25 21:00:48
HAMMER-PURGSTALL, Joseph von.
Harting 112; Schwerdt I, p. 228; not in Atabey; Blackmer. First printing in any language of three important manuscripts on falcons and falconry: a 12th-century Turkish treatise on falconry by Mahmud Ibn Mehmed al-Bargini, "Baz nama" [= Falcon book] (in the original Turkish and in German translation); the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I's ca. 1515(?) "Über die Falknerey" in the original German; and a shorter Greek treatise on hawking, "Hierakosophion" [= Hawking apprenticeship] in the original Greek and in German translation, a variant form of part of a 13th-century work by the Byzantine Emperor Michael VIII (1223-1282). Little is known about the author of the Turkish treatise, but he came from Anatolia on the southeastern coast of what is now Turkey, where he apparently worked in service of the Bey of Mentese. He cites another work from 597 AH (1200/01 CE).Hammer-Purgstall (1774-1856), a leading Austrian orientalist with an extensive knowledge of languages, took up a diplomatic position at the Austrian embassy in Constantinople in 1799 and remained in Turkey and the Middle East until 1807. He found the Turkish manuscript on falconry at the Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan in 1825 and the other two manuscripts at the Hofbibliothek in Vienna. He not only translated and edited the present texts but also contributed a 32-page introduction and a list of 63 works on the subject of falconry, from the 15th-century to his own day. The book, printed in only 300 copies, has been largely overlooked in the literature on ornithology and Islamitica, but Schwerdt notes that it is "particula … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-06-25 14:00:14
TRIGAULT, Nicolas.
De Backer & Sommervogel VIII, col. 238, 4; Streit V, 188. First French edition of a biography of the Jesuit Gaspar Berse (1515-1553), who preached in Ormuz at the mouth of the Persian Gulf and Goa in India. Berse was born in Goes on the island of Walcheren in Zeeland, the Netherlands. After his studies in Louvain he went to Coimbra in 1546 where he entered the Jesuit order. In 1548 he was sent to the island of Ormuz and in 1551 to Goa where the well-known François Xavier, who would soon depart for Japan, appointed him director of St. Paul's College in Goa and entrusted him with the provincialate of the Indian Mission. He died in Goa on 6 October 1553.With engraved armorial bookplate of John Drummond of Logy Almond on back of title-page. In very good condition. The cords were never attached to the vellum cover and the endleaves never pasted down, so that the cover is held on by the headbands laced through at the hinges.
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2017-06-22 12:47:04
CAVICEO Jacopo
Mediolani, in Officina Minutiana, 1515. In-24 gr. (mm. 136x94), p. pergam. ottocentesca, tit. impresso al dorso, tagli dorati, 15 cc.nn., 1 c.b., CCCXLVI cc.num. Dedicato, con parole di profonda devozione, a Lucrezia Borgia. Al fine “Vita” dell’autore “per Georgio Anselmo. Al. R. Messer Piramo di Pepuli”. Bella marca al frontesp. e grandi iniziali ornate, su fondo nero, inc. su legno. "Manca" la c. CXX, qui sapientemente riprodotta su carta antica. “Romanzo in tre libri del sacerdote parmense Iacopo Caviceo (1443-1511), pubblicato nel 1508. E’ la storia boccaccesca degli amori di due giovani, Peregrino e Ginevra, che l’autore finge d’aver ascoltato (in tre tempi) dall’ombra del protagonista stesso apparsogli in visione.. e reso piccante dalle numerose allusioni a uomini contemporanei e dalla lubricità di parecchi episodi. Godette al suo tempo di una grandissima popolarità; in mezzo secolo fu ristampato 19 volte e tradotto in francese e in castigIiano.” Così Diz. Opere Bompiani, IV, p. 394. Cfr. Choix de Olschki,IX,12693 - The British Library, p. 162 - Brunet,I,1701. Con frasi ms. di appartenenza e con piccolo timbro “Bibliotheca Heberiana” (timbro particolarmente apprezzato dai bibliofili perchè indica la provenienza dalla straordinaria biblioteca del londinese Richard Heber, 1733-1833, che arrivò a collezionare ca. 200.000 volumi antichi. Così Diz. Treccani,V, p. 735). Esemplare ben conservato. Raro.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas
2017-06-22 07:40:15
TRIGAULT, Nicolas.
1515. De Backer & Sommervogel VIII, col. 238, 4; Streit V, 188. First French edition of a biography of the Jesuit Gaspar Berse (1515-1553), who preached in Ormuz at the mouth of the Persian Gulf and Goa in India. Berse was born in Goes on the island of Walcheren in Zeeland, the Netherlands. After his studies in Louvain he went to Coimbra in 1546 where he entered the Jesuit order. In 1548 he was sent to the island of Ormuz and in 1551 to Goa where the well-known François Xavier, who would soon depart for Japan, appointed him director of St. Paul's College in Goa and entrusted him with the provincialate of the Indian Mission. He died in Goa on 6 October 1553.With engraved armorial bookplate of John Drummond of Logy Almond on back of title-page. In very good condition. The cords were never attached to the vellum cover and the endleaves never pasted down, so that the cover is held on by the headbands laced through at the hinges. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Netherlands]
2017-06-21 23:35:45
Gellius, Aulus: (Egnatius, J.B., ed.)
8vo., ff. (xxxii), 289, (li). Imprint from colophon, anchor devices to first and final leaves. A few very faint marginal annotations in an old hand (e.g. f.147 verso). Dampstaining radiating from bottom edge, sometimes imperceptible but sometimes causing tidemarks and affecting , though by no means obscuring, text. Title-page a little grubby. Wormhole from first leaf to approx. f.166, tiny but affecting first line of text (a few letters, not legibility); a little additional worming to lower margin f.102, diminishing towards f.141. A few neat paper repairs generally to lower edge, the final leaf being particularly affected. Recent semi-limp vellum, gilt title to spine, fore-edges turned in, gilt gauffered edges, title faintly inked to tail edge, endpapers renewed. Spine a little darkened, a few smudgy marks, gilt egdes a bit worn but still very attractive. A very good copy, sympathetically rebound.Edited by J. B. Egnatius, pseud. of G. B. Cipelli, with a preface by Antonius Marsilius. Renouard finds two variations of the final leaf, one with 'duerniorem' and one with 'duernionem': this copy carries the latter spelling. He continues,'on y voit encore plusieurs autres variations du même genre: au reste le choix entre les deux est indifférent.' Dibdin notes that, 'the work does not contain any commentaries, but a double index sufficiently ample [...]. Fine copies are becoming very scarce.' A lovely example of the beauty and convenience of Aldine's unelaborated octavo volumes of popular Classical authors, highlighted with some early annotations: 'By pruning away one element - … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-06-21 18:54:58
LASCARIS Constantinus
(Florentiae), (opera & sumptu Philippi Iuntae), (1515 mense Nouembri). In-8 p. (mm. 217x148), p. pergam. antica, dorso a cordoni con tit. oro su tassello, cc.nn. 284 + 4 (Alphabetum Hebraicum). L’ultima c. “B8” (la 284) così termina al recto: “Finis Phocylidis Carminum. & deo gloria” ed è senza colophon. Testo latino e greco a fronte. Epistola di Bernardo Giunti a Pier Vettori. L’opera contiene: “Constantini Lascaris Byzantini de octo partibus orationis Lib. I - Eiusdem de constructione Liber Secundus - Eiusdem de nomine & uerbo Liber Tertius - Eiusdem de pronomine in omni idiomate loquendi, ac ut poete utuntur opusculum - Cebetis Thebani Tabula - Plutarchi de his quae apud Homerum linguis - De literis graecis ac diphthongis & quemadmodum ad nos ueniant - De potestate litterarum graecarum, & quo modo quis per se discat legere graeca uerba - Item quare Christus & Iesus sic scribimus Xps IHS - Cur in alphabeto ypsilon quibusdam fio dicitur - Oratio dominica & duplex salutatio ad Beatiss. Virginem - Euangelium diui Ioannis Euangelistae - Carmina aurea Pythagorae - Phocylidis Poema ad bene, beateque uiuendum - Introductio per breuis ad hebraicam linguam..”. Cfr. Annali dei Giunti,I,80: “Esistono due serie di esemplari, con e senza data” (il ns. esempl. è stato collazionato con quello della Bibl. Braidense che porta data e stampatore) - Renouard, p. XL,75 - Brunet,III,858. Solo lieve alone margin. sulle prime 2 cc.; qualche lieviss. fiorit., altrimenti esemplare ben conservato. "L’umanista Costantino Lascaris (Costantinopoli 1434 - Messina 1501), fatto prigioniero dai Turchi a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas
2017-06-18 00:00:00
ÁLVAREZ, Francisco.
1515. USTC 659146 (7 copies); VD16, A2067 (8 copies); cf. Gay 2603; Howgego A76. Second German edition in the present form, extensively illustrated, of "the first detailed description of Ethiopia" [Abyssinia] (Howgego), based largely on his voyages in the years 1515-1527, which included a six-year stay in Ethiopia. Álvarez (ca. 1485?-1536/41), a Portuguese Franciscan missionary, travelled to Ethiopia as chaplain on the voyage of Rui de Lima. He gives us the earliest detailed account of Ethiopia to be based in part on first-hand knowledge and therefore provides our most important primary source for the history, culture and topography of Ethiopia before it was invaded by Islamic troops under Ahmad ibn Ibrahim al-Ghazi of Somalia in 1529. Ethiopia at this time had large Christian and Islamic communities and the woodcut illustrations show court scenes of Ottoman and Christian rulers, siege and battle scenes and ships.The second work is a German translation of Historiae adversus Paganos , a history of the world written by Paulus Orosius (ca. 375-418/23) of Galaecia. Orosius had travelled along the entire Mediterranean coast of Africa, visiting Alexandria in Egypt, so his accounts of those regions carry special authority. The third work is largely a translation of the text of Abraham Ortelius's world atlas, Theatrum orbis terrarum , first published in Latin in 1570 and expanded over the years. The three works were clearly intended for publication together, but each has its own title-page.With an early owner's name cut out of the title-page, another struck through and replaced by … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Houten, Netherlands]
2017-06-18 00:00:00
HAMMER-PURGSTALL, Joseph von.
- Harting 112; Schwerdt I, p. 228; not in Atabey; Blackmer. First printing in any language of three important manuscripts on falcons and falconry: a 12th-century Turkish treatise on falconry by Mahmud Ibn Mehmed al-Bargini, "Baz nama" [= Falcon book] (in the original Turkish and in German translation); the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I's ca. 1515(?) "Über die Falknerey" in the original German; and a shorter Greek treatise on hawking, "Hierakosophion" [= Hawking apprenticeship] in the original Greek and in German translation, a variant form of part of a 13th-century work by the Byzantine Emperor Michael VIII (1223-1282). Little is known about the author of the Turkish treatise, but he came from Anatolia on the southeastern coast of what is now Turkey, where he apparently worked in service of the Bey of Mentese. He cites another work from 597 AH (1200/01 CE).Hammer-Purgstall (1774-1856), a leading Austrian orientalist with an extensive knowledge of languages, took up a diplomatic position at the Austrian embassy in Constantinople in 1799 and remained in Turkey and the Middle East until 1807. He found the Turkish manuscript on falconry at the Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan in 1825 and the other two manuscripts at the Hofbibliothek in Vienna. He not only translated and edited the present texts but also contributed a 32-page introduction and a list of 63 works on the subject of falconry, from the 15th-century to his own day. The book, printed in only 300 copies, has been largely overlooked in the literature on ornithology and Islamitica, but Schwerdt notes that it is "particul … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-06-17 16:05:04
Christiani, Friedrich Albrecht
Mit gestochenem illustrierten Titel und 8 (3 gefalteten) Kupfertafeln. Drucktitel, 88, 186 S., 5 Bll. Späterer Umschlag. Fürst I, 178 (ungenau) und III, 144 (unter Reineccius) Faber du Faur 1515 ADB IV, 213 Handbuch österr. Autoren jüd. Herkunft I, 70. - Erste Ausgabe. Christiani, als Baruch ben Moses in Proßnitz/Mähren geboren, konvertierte 1674 in Straßburg zum Christentum und war bis 1695 Lektor für Hebräisch an der Universität Leipzig. Wegen einer Unterschlagung flüchtete er nach Proßnitz und trat dort wieder zum Judentum über. Die Kupfer zeigen jüdische Bräuche, Trachten und Kultgegenstände. - Gebräunt stellenw. mit schwachem Wasserfleck wenige Bll. leicht sporenfleckig S. 5/6 mit Verlust weniger Buchstaben durch Löchlein.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2017-06-16 17:47:25
- Valencia, Diego de Gumiel, en octubre de 1515, 26x18 cm., 24 hojas en grueso papel de hilo, con dos grabados, tipografía gótica. Cubierta original con escudo a dos tintas. Buena edición facsímil realizada en Barcelona por la imprenta L'Avenç en 1908, numerada de tan solo 150 ejemplares. (Buen ejemplar)
Bookseller: Fábula Libros (Librería Jiménez-Bravo)
2017-06-16 17:47:25
SAVONAROLA, Girolamo
Bartolomeo de' Libri o Giovanni Stefano di Carlo. In 4°, cc. 4. Legatura moderna in pelle rossa con i piatti inquadrati da filetti oro. Custodia marmorizzata. Qualche alone ai margini. Capolettera istoriato all'inizio del testo. Edizione stampata non dopo il dicembre 1515 (data di acquisto dell'esemplare conservato nella Biblioteca Colombina). Cfr. Audin de Rians, n. 89; Boutourlin, n. 819; Simona Periti, Incunaboli Moreniani; IGI V p . 50.
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Atlantis
2017-06-04 18:32:00
Dürer, Albrecht und Lukas Cranach
Standort: FL1237 40,5 x 31 cm (Folio). Bibliophiler Original - Pergamentband mit 6 durchgezogenen Bünden, schwarzem Dürer-Monogramm auf dem Vorderdeckel sowie Kopfgoldschnitt. Der helle Einband gering berieben und etwas fleckig. Titelei und Textteil mit 27 (+1) Seiten, 2 Bll. (1 mit Druckvermerk, 1 blanko), 58 Blatt mit farbigen Lichtdrucktafeln (Faksimile), durch Seidenpapier geschützt und in Planobindung, 1 leeres Bll. Limitierte, nummerierte Ausgabe. Es liegt vor die Nummer 39 von 128 numerierten Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe. Das Vorsatzblatt und die Vortitelseite an der rechten oberen Ecke wenig braunfleckig. Zwei Seidenhemdchen ca. 3,5 bzw.6 cm eingerissen, innen ansonsten nur sehr leichte Gebrauchsspuren Gutes, geprüftes Exemplar der Vorzugsausgabe Vortitel: Albrechten Dürers weitberhüembten Malers Handrüß Anno 1515. - Text des Gebetbuches in Latein.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Carl Wegner
2017-06-04 07:44:42
CORDUS, Valerius.
Adams, G-522/[5]; Durling 1033; Osler 646/[5]; Sinkankas 2366/5. First and only edition of a treatise on certain salts sometimes found in crystaline "efflorescences" from the surface of the sea, which Dioscorides and Galen had recommended for the treatment of skin diseases. The Hessian doctor and botanist Valerius Cordus (1515-1544) left this treatise unpublished at his premature death, and Conrad Gesner added a preface and "Corollarium" for its posthumous publication in his compilation, De omni rerum fossilium genere, but the treatise with corollarium is separately signed and foliated for separate publication as well. Gessner's corollarium, slightly longer than the treatise itself, refutes the popular notion that these salts were the sperm of whales. Slightly browned with some occasional stains, once resulting in a small hole (leaf 9), and some, mostly marginal, foxing. Bookblock detached from binding, otherwise in good condition.
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2017-05-28 00:06:54
Concoregio, Giovanni.
(Venice, heirs of Ottaviano Scoto, 19 Febr. 1515). Folio (218 x 304 mm). 101 ff., final blank. With woodcut printer's device at the end and numerous woodcut initials. Modern red morocco, blindstamped to style, with gilt spine and inner dentelle. Marbled endpapers. All edges sprinkled in red. In cloth slipcase. A rare medical compendium drawing strongly on the Arabic physicians who dominated the medieval medical schools of France and Northern Italy, including the author's treatise on fevers (fol. 68 ff.), based on Avicenna, who is variously quoted. Some of the surprisingly modern ailments discussed include tinnitus (fol. 40), diabetes (fol. 61), and manic depression (an extensive chapter, fol. 13-16). This is the third edition of the collection first published thus in 1501 (not counting the only incunabular edition of 1485). "Concoreggio, born in Milan around 1380, was made professor in Bologna in 1404 before teaching at the Universities of Pavia, Florence and (in 1439) Milan. His works are composed after the model of the Arabs, without much personal observation, and were published as a collection after his death in Pavia around the year 1440" (cf. Hirsch). - Some waterstaining to margins (more pronounced near beginning). Bound in a sumptuous modern morocco binding decorated with rollstamps showing Renaissance heads, likely for the 20th-century physician and collector Piergiorgio Borio (his bookplate on the front pastedown). Only 3 copies in Italy (Biblioteca comunale dell'Archiginnasio Bologna; Biblioteca Angelica Roma; Biblioteca Casanatense Roma). Edit 16, CNCE 14741. Dur … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-05-20 21:33:16
Lactantius Firmianus
Eredi di Aldo Manuzio,, Venetiis, 1515. In 8° (16 x 9,7). Cc. (16), 348, (12); (4), 48. Ancora aldina a entrambi i frontespizi e in fine. Bell’esemplare reglé e fresco in attraente legatura primissimo Ottocento marocchino verde con grande àncora aldina ai piatti. Tagli dorati e bulinati nello stile cinquecentesco. Ex-libris al risguardo ant.: Syston-Park, James Stevens Cox e Kenneth Rappoport. Elegante edizione (prima per i tipi del Manuzio) delle opere del "Cicerone cristiano" (denominazione coniata da Pico della Mirandola), composte intorno alla metà del III secolo. L’edizione è curata e corretta da Giovan Battista Egnazio e da Andrea Sodano; la cura testuale ne fece un grande successo e un modello per le edizioni di altri tipografi stranieri (principalmente Cratander a Basilea e il Petit a Parigi). Com’è noto l'Apologeticon di Tertulliano ha frontespizio e colophon propri tanto che Renouard aveva ipotizzato che fosse un’opera prevista per essere impressa a parte. AHMANSON-MURPHY, n. 132; ADAMS, L-16; RENOUARD, pp. 70-72 n. 2. OLSCHKI Choix, n. 4728.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTIQUARIA PIEMONTESE [TORINO, Italy]
2017-05-19 20:41:21
Agostino de MUSI detto "Agostino VENEZIANO"
Bulino, 1515-30 circa, monogrammato in lastra: AV, in basso a sinistra. Da un soggetto di Raffaello. La scena mostra un soldato romano, con un elaborato elmo, in piedi, circondato da parti di un’armatura, accanto ad un altare fiammante. La figura del soldato deriva da quella di Alcibiade della Scuola di Atene di Raffaello. Il disegno con lo studio di nudo e di drappeggio, in controparte rispetto all’incisione, è conservato al British Museum (inv. 1956-7-13-500), e oggi ritenuto autografo di Raffaello. Esemplare nel primo stato di due, avanti l’excudit di Antonio Salamanca. Bellissima prova, con diffuso tono di lastra, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con filigrana non leggibile, rifilata alla linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Timbro della collezione D'ARENBERG al verso (Lugt, 567). Engraving, circa 1515 - 1530, signed with monogram 'AV' on slab in foreground. After Raphael The scene depicts a young Roman warrior wearing an elaborate helmet and surrounded by pieces of armour, standing in front of a flaming altar. The warrior derives from the figure of Alcibiades in Raphael's School of Athens. Example of the first state (of two), before Salamanca’s excudit. A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with unidentified watermark trimmed close to platemark, some soiling, otherwise in good conditions. Ex collection D'ARENBERG (Lugt, 567). Bartsch XIV.358.483; Passavant VI.63.116; Raphael Invenit, p. 39, no. IV.4 187 245mm [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-05-15 13:19:07
Manuscript; France; Diocese of Nantes
1515 - Early Sixteenth-Century Manuscript Collection of Statutes and Ordinances on Vellum with Two Illuminated Initials [Manuscript]. [France]. [Diocese of Nantes]. [Statutes and Ordinances of the Diocese of Nantes]. [Nantes, c. 1515]. 51, [2] vellum leaves. Folio (12-1/2" x 10-1/2"). Contemporary calf, rebacked in period style, blind frames to boards, small Maltese crosses in center of each board, raised bands to spine, ties lacking, front hinge mended, rear pastedown renewed. Moderate rubbing, a few minor chips and scuffs, corners bumped and somewhat worn. Content to rectos and versos of all leaves except Folio 3, which is ruled but otherwise blank. Text lettered neatly by a scribe in brown ink with wide margins, headings in red, 2 and 3-line initials throughout, introduction and main section begin with 7-line multi-color illuminated initials, one of St. John, the other of St. Peter. Final 2 leaves, with the running title Index in Statuta Ecclesiae Nannetensis, in fine later, non-scribal hand, later annotations to front pastedown. Discoloration and minor stains to some leaves, rodent damage (?) to upper corners of text block with no loss to text, overall condition is very good. * An interesting manuscript of statutes for the diocese of Nantes, established in the 4th century, promulgated by Francois Hamon, Bishop of Nantes from 1511-1532. These statutes, which cover a broad range of topics, including clerical duties, rules of residence, rules for students and punishment for nonobservance, offer a glimpse of Church law in Nantes shortly after the death of Anne of Brittany a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB
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2017-05-12 17:03:14
Hopfer, Hieronymus.
Original-Eisenradierung (Stich- und, Flächenätzung, _. Ca. 157 x 97 mm (Plattenformat), ca. 163 x 98 mm (Blattformat). Bartsch 66. Hollstein German, 71 II. Entstanden um 1515, hier späterer Druck um 1700 mit der Plattennummer 191 des Verlegers David Funck. Johannes Pfefferkorn (1469-1521), war vom Judentum zum Katholizismus übergetreten; Auseinandersetzungen mit Johannes Reuchlin, in denen er die Verbrennung des Talmud befürwortete.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Rainer Schlicht [Berlin, Germany]
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