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2018-03-11 08:40:50
Quintilian
Iodocus Badius Ascensius and Johannes Parvus Jean Petit colophon, 1516. title printed in red and black within multipart woodcut borders, with the famous woodcut of Badius at the centre, text surrounded by commentary, numerous criblé initials of various sizes, title reinforced at fore-margin, a tear across the centre repaired including with small patches pasted on obscuring little bits of the vignette, trimmed at top within the broad outer rule and touching the inner narrow one, a few other paper repairs in the same manner, ff. [viii], CCLVI, folio, late 18th- or early 19th-century ?Scottish (?Scott) Russia, single gilt fillet on sides enclosing an elaborate blind tooled border and central panel featuring a Greek key interspersed with foliage, spine blind tooled in compartments and lettered in gilt direct, wide inner dentelles tooled in blind and gilt and the green/gray paste-downs blind tooled, gilt edges, covers detached. An esteemed edition. There is a contemporary ownership inscription at the foot of the title. There is, possibly in the same hand, or one nearly as early, on the verso of the last leaf a transcription of William Whittingham's metrical versions of Psalm 23, 'The Lord is only my support', subscribed 'Andro Challmes' - although this calligraphic signature is more like the hand of another transcription of part of the same text lower down, which is written in an italic hand. Andro 'Chalmes' has also written his name on fol. CCLV verso. This points to a Scottish provenance, a supposition borne out by later ownership inscriptions. The verso of f. i is signed by H … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-03-10 11:25:32
PAUSANIAS. MOUSOUROS, MARKOS [OR MARCUS MUSURUS].
[Venetiis, in aedib Aldi et Andreae, 1516]. 282 pp. 18th century h.calf, gilt tooled. 4to. - First three pages, incl. the title-page with printer's device, in manuscript on early 20th century paper; last leaf with colophon and anchor missing; spine and leather corner pieces neatly restored; some pages with contemporary annotations in the margins. * Adams II, 521; Ahmansson-Murphy 146; Brunet IV, 454; Dibdin II, 271; Renouard, Aldus, 76/ 3; Short-Title Cat. Italy II, 535. - Extremely rare post-incunable. The first printed edition of Pausanias' Description of Greece, printed by the Aldine Press. This edition was established by Marcus Musurus from the fifteenth century manuscript, which is now in Florence. It is described by N.G. Wilson as "one of the best of the editiones principles" (From Byzantium to Italy, p.155). Pausanias (ca. 115, Lydia - 180, Rome) was a renowned writer and geographer from Greek Asia Minor who devoted ten or twenty years to travelling in mainland Greece during and after the reign of Hadrian, in the brief golden age of the Roman Empire (2nd century A.D.). He is famous for his Discription of Greece, a comprehensive travel guide that describes ancient Greece from firsthand observations. A crucial link between classical literature and modern archaeology and very valuable for the study of the topography, mythology and archeology. Kühnius adopted the text of this Aldine edition. - - THIS BOOK IS NOT AVAILABLE IN OUR SHOP IN THE OUDE HOOGSTRAAT. PLEASE MAKE AN APPOINTMENT IF YOU WANT TO SEE THE BOOK. - -.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A. Kok & Zn. B.V.(NVvA/ILAB) [Netherlands]
2018-03-07 06:13:52
FABYAN, Robert
London: Emprynted by Richard Pynson, 1516. FIRST EDITION. Two parts in one. Folio (225 x 203 mm). [x], clxvii [ie, clxvi], [10], ccxxxiii [ie, ccxxii] leaves (6 leaves, Ai-iii, siv (folio cxl), Ffviii (folio ccxxvi) and Ggvi (folio ccxxxiii), which includes the title page and the final leaf with colophon on verso) in expert facsimile. Full-page blank before the title reads in early manuscript: Fabians Chronicle. C.a.d. Concordance des histoires, ou Chronique d'Angleterre en de France. Par Robert Fabian. Londres, 1516. Numerous woodcuts (many repeated throughout), including the large Adam and Eve on Ai, the double page woodcuts, woodcut initials. Contemporary calf, blindstamped and ruled, with the original clasps but lacking the ties; a wonderful example of an early sixteenth century binding. Some browning, wormholes, and small tears to leaves, still a superb copy with contemporary annotations. First edition of one of the earliest English chronicles, among the first of the modern era. Highlighted here are numerous woodcuts that were not included in later editions. Fabyan chronicles England and France from the founding and naming of Albion (Britain) by Brutus in the first century, through King Henry VII. Sometimes graphical, the Chronicles is of great significance for its description of the ascensions of power of the rulers of England and the ruthlessness of the Sovereigns in attaining and retaining their seat. Mundane political matters enlighten the reader as to the political situations of the common man, descriptions of the pageantry, and examples of prose, all provide t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscripts [US]
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2018-03-04 18:44:38
Fabricius Georg
I) VD16 ZV 5719 - nicht in Adams u. STC.- Von Georg Fabricius ( * 23. April 1516 in Chemnitz; ? 17. Juli 1571 in Meißen) edierte Sammlung von Werken der römischen Dichter Publius Terentius Afer u. Titus Maccius Plautus mit Ausführungen des Erasmus von Rotterdam.- II) VD16 ZV 20636 - nicht in Adams u. STC.- Mit einem Vorwort des Humanisten Johannes Caselius (Göttingen 1533 - Helmstedt 1613).- Anleitung zum guten lateinischen Stil anhand von Mustersätzen.- Nur leicht gebräunt od. braunfleckig, wenige kl. Wurmspuren, Ebd. etw. fleckig u. berieben.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller [Austria]
2018-03-03 06:20:53
BESSARION, Cardinal Johannes
in aed. Aldi et Andreae Soceri, 1516. Folio. ff. (viii) 116 + 55 (i). Roman letter, some Greek. Two parts in one, FIRST EDITION of second. Separate t-p to each with printer's anchor and dolphin device, repeated on verso of last:very slight soiling to first t-p, two very small repairs to blank verso of final leaf of first part touching a handful of letters on recto, lower outer blank corner of final leaf restored. A very good clean, well margined copy in contemporary limp vellum remains of ties, '50' in contemporary hand at foot of title page, several early ms. case-marks to inside upper cover, a very handsome volume in its original binding. Part I comprises the second much expanded Aldine edition of Bessarion's great defense of Plato and Platonism, written in response to the translation of the 'Laws' by George of Trebizond who had taken advantage of its publication to print a sharp criticism of Plato and exalt Aristotle. Bessarion, one of the great humanists and Hellenists of the mid C15 had studied philosophy under Gemistus Pletho and imbibed from him a love of Plato, happily shorn of Gemistius' hatred of Aristotle. Bessarion rather advocated a synthesis of the two systems of learning, perceiving and appreciating their many points of contact and in the present work (ch. 5) demolishes Trebizond's attack by the simple device of enumerating verbatim all the errors of his translation and faults in his commentaries. The second part of the present work, here printed for the first time, comprises Bessarion's own translation of Aristotle's metaphysics and book one of those of Them … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-03-03 06:02:44
FABYAN, Robert
London: Emprynted by Richard Pynson, 1516. FIRST EDITION. Two parts in one. Folio (225 x 203 mm). [x], clxvii [ie, clxvi], [10], ccxxxiii [ie, ccxxii] leaves (6 leaves, Ai-iii, siv (folio cxl), Ffviii (folio ccxxvi) and Ggvi (folio ccxxxiii), which includes the title page and the final leaf with colophon on verso) in expert facsimile. Full-page blank before the title reads in early manuscript: Fabians Chronicle. C.a.d. Concordance des histoires, ou Chronique d'Angleterre en de France. Par Robert Fabian. Londres, 1516. Numerous woodcuts (many repeated throughout), including the large Adam and Eve on Ai, the double page woodcuts, woodcut initials. Contemporary calf, blindstamped and ruled, with the original clasps but lacking the ties; a wonderful example of an early sixteenth century binding. Some browning, wormholes, and small tears to leaves, still a superb copy with contemporary annotations. First edition of one of the earliest English chronicles, among the first of the modern era. Highlighted here are numerous woodcuts that were not included in later editions. Fabyan chronicles England and France from the founding and naming of Albion (Britain) by Brutus in the first century, through King Henry VII. Sometimes graphical, the Chronicles is of great significance for its description of the ascensions of power of the rulers of England and the ruthlessness of the Sovereigns in attaining and retaining their seat. Mundane political matters enlighten the reader as to the political situations of the common man, descriptions of the pageantry, and examples of prose, all provide t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
2018-02-20 09:57:29
THE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY ALMANACK.
Cambridge: , c1819. Size: 415 x 560 mm. Copperplate engraving. Fair to good condition, slight creasing, lower margin tight. A view of the college featuring 'The Great Gate', built in 1516, decorated with the arms of the founder of the college; Lady Margaret Beaufort - the grand mother of King Henry VIII.
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2018-02-08 00:13:27
PLINY (Gaius Plinius Secundus) – LANDINO, Cristoforo (1424–1498).
Venice: Marchio Sessa & Piero di Ravani, 1516. Hardcover. Good+. (from colophon: Venice: Marchio Sessa & Piero di Ravani, 14 August 1516). Folio (304 x 213mm). Pagination: [14], CCLIX [i.e. 258], mispaginations as usual: XCIV misnumbered XCV (and omitted in pagination), XCVII misnumbered XCXVII (and repeated), CXCVI misnumbered CXCVIII. Signatures: aa(6), bb(8), a-r(8), s(6), A-O(8), P(5 of 6); lacking final blank. 37 column miniatures (3 x 3 inch Venetian woodcuts) of natural history subjects: nature, geography, animals, arts and medicine, placed at the beginning of books and in the preface: Pliny sitting at his desk beside crowned figure of the Emperor Titus; numerous white-on-black historiated or ornamental initials. Title page printed in red and black with woodcut printer's device of the Sessa publishers (cat and mouse) and Marchio's (and Melchior's?) monogram, and the MS monogram on another device (orb and cross) at the end of the “Repertorio” (bb7v). Text in double columns in 60 lines. Modern tan leather, lettered in gilt on spine HISTORIA NATURALE DI CAIO PLINIO, marbled endpapers; (some light edgewear and rubbing, slight chip and short crack at top of front joint; some marginal worming at gutter not severe, some page repairs with tissue, scattered soiling and faded inscriptions on title; a good copy of this classic illustrated work on natural history with extra artistic interest). This copy retaining much of the 16th century owner's marginalia in Italian, especially heavy in the section for the arts where they annotate sections for “painting quality” and “less fam … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-04 17:15:21
DIOSCORIDES, Pedanius
Venice: Gregoriis Brothers for Aloisius and Franciscus Barbari, and Johannes Bartholomeus Astensis, 1516. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 1 Feb. 1516. 2 parts in one volume. Folio (305 x 215 mm). [36], CXXXIII (i.e. CXXXIV); 106 leaves. Signatures: AA6 [cross]8 [cross]a-[cross]b8 [cross]c6 A-X6 Y8; A-C8 D6 E-M8 N-O6. 16th century limb vellum, spine titled in manuscript (soiling, spotting and light creasing of covers, closing bands gone). Text very fresh and clean with very minor occasional spotting or browning, final gatherings with faint dampstain at fore margin, manuscript note on second title. An exceptionally crisp and wide-margined copy. ---- NLM/Durling 1140; Greene, Landmarks of Botanical History pp. 553-568; Pritzel 2301; Wellcome I 1794. Bird 669; Wellcome I, 1794. FIRST EDITION by Johannes Baptista Egnatius and the definitive one of Ermolao Barbaro's (1454-1493) Latin translation. De medicinali materia, first printed in Latin in 1479 by Petro Paduano was the fons et origo of botanical knowledge until the early seventeenth century: as Sprengel states, "during more than sixteen centuries [Dioscorides] was looked up to as the sole authority, so that everything botanical began with him. Every one who undertook the study of botany, or the identification of medicines swore by his words. Even as late as the beginning of the seventeenth century both the academic and the private study of botany may almost be said to have begun and ended with the text of Dioscorides" (Greene, Landmarks of Botanical History, p.219). The second part is Barbaro's own Coroll … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2018-01-27 14:35:39
SUMPTUARY LAW BROADSIDE -
Florence: [Giunta press? after 23 October 1516]. Broadsheet (437 x 296 mm). Two columns, roman type. 85 lines (left column), including first line of text in larger type, used also for the two-line drop-title and final "Gratia et Privilegio," the latter printed on eaither side of a woodcut roundel device of the Florentine lily. Watermark: hand, 48 x 26/27 mm. (cf. Briquet 10661, no measurements given). Later (17th-century?) ink inscription on verso, "1516. ordine sopra la Pragmatica nella Citta di firenze." Formerly folded four times, tear at top entering title and first line of text, a marginal tear and a few other small tears at vertical fold, including a small hole at fold junction, small stain in lower margin. *** An unrecorded early Florentine broadside list of sumptuary regulations, containing detailed specifications of forbidden and condoned items of clothing and adornment for young women and men. Norms of what men and women of different social classes could and could not wear, in public generally and on specific occasions, were strictly regulated in medieval and Renaissance Italian cities and city-states, as part of a general effort to restrain individual citizens' luxury expenses. Over 300 Italian sumptuary laws have been recorded in the period 1200-1500. These laws and regulations, which governed food consumption and all kinds of luxury goods, as well as the conduct of baptisms, funerals, and weddings, are preserved in manuscript registers in Italian archives, usually either as part of general city statutes or as amendments of earlier statutes (known as provvisioni … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2018-01-26 06:03:17
SUMPTUARY LAW BROADSIDE -
Florence: [Giunta press?, 1516. Broadsheet (437 x 296 mm). Two columns, roman type. 85 lines (left column), including first line of text in larger type, used also for the two-line drop-title and final "Gratia et Privilegio," the latter printed on eaither side of a woodcut roundel device of the Florentine lily. Watermark: hand, 48 x 26/27 mm. (cf. Briquet 10661, no measurements given). Later (17th-century?) ink inscription on verso, "1516. ordine sopra la Pragmatica nella Citta di firenze." Formerly folded four times, tear at top entering title and first line of text, a marginal tear and a few other small tears at vertical fold, including a small hole at fold junction, small stain in lower margin. *** An unrecorded early Florentine broadside list of sumptuary regulations, containing detailed specifications of forbidden and condoned items of clothing and adornment for young women and men. Norms of what men and women of different social classes could and could not wear, in public generally and on specific occasions, were strictly regulated in medieval and Renaissance Italian cities and city-states, as part of a general effort to restrain individual citizens' luxury expenses. Over 300 Italian sumptuary laws have been recorded in the period 1200-1500. These laws and regulations, which governed food consumption and all kinds of luxury goods, as well as the conduct of baptisms, funerals, and weddings, are preserved in manuscript registers in Italian archives, usually either as part of general city statutes or as amendments of earlier statutes (known as provvi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-26 03:40:36
SUMPTUARY LAW BROADSIDE -
Florence: [Giunta press?, 1516. Broadsheet (437 x 296 mm). Two columns, roman type. 85 lines (left column), including first line of text in larger type, used also for the two-line drop-title and final "Gratia et Privilegio," the latter printed on eaither side of a woodcut roundel device of the Florentine lily. Watermark: hand, 48 x 26/27 mm. (cf. Briquet 10661, no measurements given). Later (17th-century?) ink inscription on verso, "1516. ordine sopra la Pragmatica nella Citta di firenze." Formerly folded four times, tear at top entering title and first line of text, a marginal tear and a few other small tears at vertical fold, including a small hole at fold junction, small stain in lower margin. *** An unrecorded early Florentine broadside list of sumptuary regulations, containing detailed specifications of forbidden and condoned items of clothing and adornment for young women and men. Norms of what men and women of different social classes could and could not wear, in public generally and on specific occasions, were strictly regulated in medieval and Renaissance Italian cities and city-states, as part of a general effort to restrain individual citizens' luxury expenses. Over 300 Italian sumptuary laws have been recorded in the period 1200-1500. These laws and regulations, which governed food consumption and all kinds of luxury goods, as well as the conduct of baptisms, funerals, and weddings, are preserved in manuscript registers in Italian archives, usually either as part of general city statutes or as amendments of earlier statutes (known as provvisioni, or pragma … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-25 22:01:03
PLUTARCHUS (ca. 46-127). -
Venezia, Sessa e Ravani, 1516. In-folio. Legatura del '700 in mezza pergamena, titolo impr. in oro sul dorso. Frontespizio in rosso e nero e con marca tipografica, 76 belle silografie n.t. di avvenimenti mitologici e storici (la prima a mezza pagina, le altre di 7,8 x 8,7 cm.), e diverse graziose iniziali inc. in legno su fondo nero. (26), 360 (recte 359) ff.; esemplare abilmente rinfrescato, e con l'angolo superiore esterno delle prime 12 carte accuratamente restaurato. Pregiata edizione, la prima così ampiamente illustrata. Lo storico e filosofo greco vi confronta le vite di 23 illustri greci con 23 personaggi dell'antica Roma. Per le decorative e vivaci illustrazioni, espressamente disegnate ed incise per questa edizione, cf. la dettagliata descrizione in Essling. Le precedenti edizioni figurate ne hanno una sola, mentre le successive, fino al 1538, ne contengono un massimo di 52. Essling 597. Sander 5785. Nicolardi, Sessa e Ravani, 8. The first profusely illustrated edition of Plutarch's lives. With a printer's device on title, many decorative initials and 76 lively text woodcuts with scenes from mythology and Greek and Roman history (earlier edns. only had one illustration). Expertly washed and upper outer corner of the first 12 leaves neatly repaired. Generally an attractive copy bound in 18th century half vellum, gilt title on spine.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport [IT]
2018-01-17 22:10:40
PLINIUS SECUNDUS CAIUS
Marchio Sessa e Piero di Ravani Bersano, 1516. In Folio (mm 320x215); carte non num. 14, carte num. 259. Testo su due colonne completo, tre errori di numerazione delle carte, (carta XCIV malnumerata XCV, carta XCVII malnumerata XCXVII, cartaCXCVI malnumerata CXCVIII). Frontespizio in rosso e nero, testo su due colonne, marca editoriale di Sessa in silogr. raffigurante la celebre gatta col topo in bocca, altra marca incisa in legno con il mondo e croce entro riquadro in nero alla fine del "Repertorio" alla bb7 verso. 38 illustrazioni silografiche (alla bb8 recto inscrizione della tomba dei familiari di Plinio) e 37 grandi e raffinate iniziali ornate con motivi fitomorfi, racemi, animali e putti, poste all'inizio dei libri, oltre a centinaia di piccole iniziali. Piena pergamena settecentesca con titolo manoscritto a inchiostro bruno al dorso, tagli marezzati.Prima edizione italiana illustrata della più antica opera enciclopedico-scientifica pervenutaci dall'antichità, che influenzò la conoscenza dell'umanità fino al medioevo ed una delle più importanti produzioni uscite dai torchi dello stampatore veneziano. L'opera è una vera enciclopedia della conoscenza si occupa infatti di matematica, fisica, cosmografia, zoologia, agricoltura, botanica, mineralogia, metallurgia, geografia, antropologia, fisiologia, storia dell'arte, antropologia. Uno dei primi testi della scolastica in lingua volgare curato da Cristoforo Landino (prima editata nel 1476).Le raffinate incisioni (commissionate dai Sessa) appositamente realizzate per l'edizione latina del 1513, la prima figurata, impressa da … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2018-01-17 18:46:23
GRAPALDO (Grapaldus), Francesco Maria (1460-1515). -
Parma, Salado e Ugoleto, 1516. In-4 piccolo (20 x 14,8 cm.). Piena pergamena molle antica, recentemente ricucita. Bel ritratto sul frontesp. e moltissimi capilettera su fondo nero inc. in legno. (20), 256 ff.; poche trascurabili imperfezioni, ma esemplare marginoso e molto ben conservato. In questa notevole opera che spazia dall'architettura alla meccanica, dalla medicina all'economia domestica, dalla botanica alla zoologia, Grapaldo, stimato umanista parmense, descrive la costruzione di una villa di campagna e la gestione di ogni sua parte (la cucina, i bagni, la biblioteca, l'infermeria, il giardino, l'orto, le stalle); informa sugli arredi, gli orologi, la produzione del formaggio, la rilegatura dei libri, la fabbricazione della carta; consiglia come trarre beneficio dalle erbe, come disporre le stanze rispetto al sole, ecc. L'opera ebbe molto successo e fu ristampata più volte; fra le varie edizioni (la prima è del 1494), questa è la più apprezzata perché contiene per la prima volta il bel ritratto e il dizionario dei termini tecnici, il più antico nel suo genere. DBI 58, 562. Sander 3254. Mortimer, Harvard, 220. Wellcome I, 2905. Simon, Bacchica 317, & Gastonomica 789. Fowler 145. Comolli, Architettura, I, 81: «Ecco il più antico, e più erudito dizionario architettonico. Fra le tante edizioni, questa del 1516 è la più accresciuta e la più completa di tutte...». The best edition of this detailed description of a Renaissance "villa": cellars, kitchen, bedrooms, bath, infirmary, library, gardens, stables, vineyard, etc. This edition is the first with the fine portrait a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport [IT]
2018-01-13 17:52:45
Bavaria and Dukes Wilhelm IV and Ludwig X. (Detailed publishing information provided below for each title.)
1516-45. RARITY: Earlier editions are rare. Three works are first editions, including Work IV from 1516. ANDREAS SCHOBSER: Five of the six works are printed by Andreas Schobser, son of Hans (Johann) Schobser and head of the family's prominent Munich publishing firm 1530-1564. (Both men issued many published works for the Dukes of Bavaria.) PAGINATION: Confirmed complete for five works. The sixth work is a working copy with all law and legal code texts and its folding affinity tree engraving, but lacking the first six preliminary leaves. The compilation of six works totals 378 leaves (756 pages), with non-continuous pagination, even within subsections, each work with its own detailed contents (register), works organized by titles, each title with its own division sheet, often with text, its subdivisions with headings, titles generally organized into books, and books into articles. SIZE: 12.48 x 8.66 x 3.5 inches (317 x 220 x 89 mm) PRINTING: The fine printing is in the Bavarian style, texts without foot or headpieces, but profusely decorated with script initials, some engraved, parts set off with use of bolding and type sizes, parts of some text leaves rubricated (printed in red and black), four of the title leaves printed in red. WOODCUT ILLUSTRATIONS: Each of the five complete works has its own engraved title page decorated with a woodcut, including Work III with a large, superb title leaf woodcut signed with the artist's mark in the plate and Work IV with the title leaf woodcut hand painted, as commissioned by the publisher. The text of Work VI is illustrated with a foldi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-12-29 20:34:00
GRAPALDO (Grapaldus), Francesco Maria (1460-1515). -
Parma, Salado e Ugoleto, 1516. In-4 piccolo (20 x 14,8 cm.). Piena pergamena molle antica, recentemente ricucita. Bel ritratto sul frontesp. e moltissimi capilettera su fondo nero inc. in legno. (20), 256 ff.; poche trascurabili imperfezioni, ma esemplare marginoso e molto ben conservato. In questa notevole opera che spazia dall'architettura alla meccanica, dalla medicina all'economia domestica, dalla botanica alla zoologia, Grapaldo, stimato umanista parmense, descrive la costruzione di una villa di campagna e la gestione di ogni sua parte (la cucina, i bagni, la biblioteca, l'infermeria, il giardino, l'orto, le stalle); informa sugli arredi, gli orologi, la produzione del formaggio, la rilegatura dei libri, la fabbricazione della carta; consiglia come trarre beneficio dalle erbe, come disporre le stanze rispetto al sole, ecc. L'opera ebbe molto successo e fu ristampata più volte; fra le varie edizioni (la prima è del 1494), questa è la più apprezzata perché contiene per la prima volta il bel ritratto e il dizionario dei termini tecnici, il più antico nel suo genere. DBI 58, 562. Sander 3254. Mortimer, Harvard, 220. Wellcome I, 2905. Simon, Bacchica 317, & Gastonomica 789. Fowler 145. Comolli, Architettura, I, 81: «Ecco il più antico, e più erudito dizionario architettonico. Fra le tante edizioni, questa del 1516 è la più accresciuta e la più completa di tutte...». The best edition of this detailed description of a Renaissance "villa": cellars, kitchen, bedrooms, bath, infirmary, library, gardens, stables, vineyard, etc. This edition is the first with the fine portrait a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport [IT]
2017-12-21 14:17:48
Aldus, Platon und Aristoteles - Bessarion:
Venedig, Werkstatt des Aldus & Andrea Torresani, 1516. - Folio, circa 32 x 21,8 cm. 8 Bll., 116, 55 (rec 53) SS., 1 Bl., mit 3 Druckermarken Marmoriertes Leder des 18. Jh., mit Rückenvergoldung und marmorierten Vorsätzen Adams B834; Renouard, Alde, 77, 6; EDIT 16 CNCE 5645. Erste erweiterte Ausgabe der bedeutenden Verteidigung Platons und des (Neo-)Platonismus durch den Kardinal Bessarion (1408-1472) in zwei Teilen, deren erster 1503 erschienen war, während der zweite hier erstmals abgeduckt ist. Ziel der Kritik ist Georg von Trapezunt (1395-1484), der in einem Vergleich der beiden grossen griechischen Philosophen Platon hinter Aristoteles gestellt hatte. Bessarion verzichtet auf eine Schmälerung der Verdienste des Aristoteles und betont stattdessen die Gemeinsamkeiten der beiden philosophischen Systeme. Die Autorität des Georg von Trapezunt schwächt er allein schon dadurch, dass er einen langen Katalog all dr Fehler aufzählt, die ihm bei der Edition und Kommentierung von Platons Nomoi unterlaufen waren (dieser Ausgabe hatte er mit seine Platonkritik beigegeben). Bemerkenswert ist auch der Raum, den Bessarion Platons Verdiensten um die Mathematik gibt. - Der zweite Teil enthält dann im Erstdruck die Übersetzungen der Metaphysik durch Bessarion aus dem Griechischen. - Sehr eleganter Druck aus dem Haus des 1515 verstorbenen Aldus Manutius, das von seinem Schwiegervater Andrea Torresano (1451-1528) weitergeführt wurde. - Die ersten und letzten Blätter im Innenbug unten mit kleinem braunem Fleck, im grössten Teil dazwischen kaum oder nicht sichtbar, am Ende auch kleiner Feuchtf … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
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2017-12-14 10:31:53
FABRE-DÕOLIVET, [Antoine].
Paris: chez lÕAuteur, Barrois, Eberhart,: , 1815-16, 1516. Paris: chez lÕAuteur, Barrois, Eberhart,, 1815-16.. 2 vols in 1, 4to, xlviii, 197, (3), 138; 348, (2, errata)pp. Light damp stain to first quire. Later red cloth, old gilt morocco label. Very good. ¦ First Edition, very rare. One of the classic books in the study of the occult sciences, in which Fabre-dÕOlivet (1767-1824) attempts to reconstruct the knowledge of ancient Hebrew claiming that the Book of Genesis had been mutilated and reduced to nonsense through bad translations and only by a thorough study of Samaritan, Chaldean, Syrian, Arabic, Greek and Chinese could its true meaning be reconstructed. His analysis of the roots of Hebrew presents it as a language whose grammar is applicable to most other languages. Vol. 1, mainly linguistic, is followed by a translation of the ten first chapters of Genesis, interpreted according to its spiritual meaning: this very detailed comparative study, to which many annotations and references are added, was put on the Index. Caillet 3780. Bibliotheca Esoterica 1581. De Guaita 298. Cioranescu 28045. McIntosh, Eliphas Levi and the French Occult Revival, p.51.
Bookseller: William Dailey Rare Books Ltd ABAA [US]
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2017-12-12 09:12:07
Gregorius I [Gregorio Magno, papa]
Per Simonem Bevelaqua, Lugduni 1516 - 6 opere in un vol. in 8°; piena pergamena coeva (mancano dorso e ampie parti dei piatti); cc. CX-(6) + CXXI-(7) + XXXI-(1) + LXX-(6) + LIII-(3) + L; manca primo frontespizio (riprodotto in copia fotostatica), errori nella numerazione delle carte; capilettera xilografici. I dati tipografici si leggono nei colophon al termine di ogni opera. Alcune carte lievemente e uniformemente brunite, alcune con lieve traccia di gora marginale, antichi restauri cartacei al margine interno delle prime carte dell'ultima opera, due o tre antiche postille, in esemplare complessivamente accettabile.
Bookseller: Pietro Panizzi Libraio [Italy]
2017-12-12 04:48:29
RICCHIERI Ludovico
2 voll.in-f°(34 x 20), di pp.(126)+1182+(2) col registro. Grande impresa tipografica del Frobenio, con 2 serpi coronate attorcigliate sul caduceo di Mercurio, al centro del frontespizio e al verso dell'ultima carta. Grandi capilettera antropomorfici in xilografia all'inizio di ognuno dei 30 libri e centinaia di capilettera fitomorfici, più piccoli, all'inizio di ogni paragrafo. Bella legatura primi settecento in mezza pelle, piatti in pergamena, dorso a 6 nervi riccamente ornato con motivi floreali in oro, titoli in oro su tasselli bicolori. Sporadiche, minute ma nitide annotazioni marginali a penna di mano coeva, timbro di biblioteca estinta ai frontespizi, macchia d'umidità all'angolino inferiore esterno delle ultime 50 cc., forellino di tarlo al medesimo angolino tra le pp.1080-1108; per il resto ottimo e fresco esemplare, impresso su carta forte. (204) Terza edizione (dopo la prima di Aldo del 1516 e quella dello stesso Frobenio del 1517), contenente le correzioni e le aggiunte apportatevi dal Rodigino dopo il suo ritorno a Rovigo, che avevano accresciuto l'opera di ben 14 libri, portandoli dagli originari 16 libri ai 30 di questa edizione, pubblicata postuma a cura del nipote Camillo in seguito alla prematura morte del Rodigino, avvenuta nel 1525. L'opera, che porta ancora, come le 2 precedenti edizioni, la dedica al governatore di Milano J. Grollier, suo protettore, è un monumento di erudizione umanistica. Essa raccoglie i frutti delle sue innumerevoli letture e delle osservazioni sui testi da lui studiati e commentati soprattutto nella Accademia di Milano, dove, nel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [IT]
2017-12-07 01:41:17
PLINY (Gaius Plinius Secundus) – LANDINO, Cristoforo (1424–1498).
Venice: Marchio Sessa & Piero di Ravani, 1516. Hardcover. Good+. (from colophon: Venice: Marchio Sessa & Piero di Ravani, 14 August 1516). Folio (304 x 213mm). Pagination: [14], CCLIX [i.e. 258], mispaginations as usual: XCIV misnumbered XCV (and omitted in pagination), XCVII misnumbered XCXVII (and repeated), CXCVI misnumbered CXCVIII. Signatures: aa(6), bb(8), a-r(8), s(6), A-O(8), P(5 of 6); lacking final blank. 37 column miniatures (3 x 3 inch Venetian woodcuts) of natural history subjects: nature, geography, animals, arts and medicine, placed at the beginning of books and in the preface: Pliny sitting at his desk beside crowned figure of the Emperor Titus; numerous white-on-black historiated or ornamental initials. Title page printed in red and black with woodcut printer’s device of the Sessa publishers (cat and mouse) and Marchio’s (and Melchior’s?) monogram, and the MS monogram on another device (orb and cross) at the end of the “Repertorio” (bb7v). Text in double columns in 60 lines. Modern tan leather, lettered in gilt on spine HISTORIA NATURALE DI CAIO PLINIO, marbled endpapers; (some light edgewear and rubbing, slight chip and short crack at top of front joint; some marginal worming at gutter not severe, some page repairs with tissue, scattered soiling and faded inscriptions on title; a good copy of this classic illustrated work on natural history with extra artistic interest). This copy retaining much of the 16th century owner’s marginalia in Italian, especially heavy in the section for the arts where they annotate sections for “painting quality” and “ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-11-30 19:24:17
Gregory, of Nazianzus, Saint.
In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri, 1516. Editio princeps of this 4th-century saint's sermons in the original Greek. He is commonly known as Gregory the Theologian and is also remembered as the "Trinitarian Theologian" for his significant role in shaping Trinitarian theology among Greek- as well as Latin-speaking theologians. He is a saint in the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches; among Roman Catholics he is a Doctor of the Church and among the Eastern Orthodox he is one of the Three Holy Hierarchs, along with Basil the Great and John Chrysostom. Markos Mousouros (1470-1518), Archbishop of Malvasia, edited the work and penned the dedication (in Latin) that appears on *2v-*7r. => Folio [1]r is printed in black and red Greek type. This copy retains the true blank leaf [8] of the first quire and both printer's devices (i.e., on the title-page and the verso of the final leaf, which is blank on the recto). Binding: 19th-century full tan calf => signed (on spine) Vogel. Boards with a simple gilt double fillet border with corner rondels; flat spine with raised bands accented above and below each band by gilt rule, a wide fillet in black, and another gilt rule, with gilt tooling on each band and gilt center devices in four compartments. Board edges with a gilt rope design and turn-ins with gilt roll. Marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2017-11-22 20:27:16
Biblia polyglotta - Psalmi].
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-11-22 19:31:56
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-11-21 04:21:29
[Spanish Monarchy, c.16th - c.17th].
A manuscript collection of 32 miscellaneous documents relating to the Spanish Crown and its European foreign policy at the height of its power in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The documents cover a period beginning with the reign of Emperor Charles V (1516-56) and ending in the 1630s with that of Philip IV (1621-65). It includes known, important documents such as Charles V's letters of advice to his son, the 'Raggionamento di Carlo Quinto imperatore al Re Filippo ...' and 'Acuerdos del emperador Carlo V para su hijo' (18 January 1548); the letter from the Marqués de Pescara reporting to Charles V on the Battle of Pavia fought on 24 February 1525 and in which the French king, Francis I, was captured by Imperial-Spanish forces; and, the account arrest, imprisonment and death in 1559 of the Archbishop of Toledo, Fray Bartolomé de Miranda y Carranza. The majority of the documents, however, are less well-known though equally valuable for the history of the period. Among the lengthiest (ff. [50]) is the 'Discurso sobre la constitucion en que se hallan las cosas del Mundo este año de 1630 á 20 de Junio' which after commenting on the chaotic state of European affairs contains sections on Germany, France, Britain, Poland, Denmark, Sweden, Transylvania, the Netherlands, Italy, the Papacy, Venice, Genoa, Florence, Mantua and Monferrato, Parma, Modena, Urbino, Naples and Spain. Most of these documents relate to the Spanish Crown's relations with Portugal following Philip II's accession to the Portuguese Crown in 1580, the Papacy and the Italian Wars of the seventeent … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2017-11-19 10:08:47
Aquila, Johannes (eig. Johannes Adler bzw. Gentner).
(Oppenheim, Jakob Köbel, 1516). 4°. Mit großem heraldischem Titelholzschnitt u. zahlr. Initialen im Text. 6 nn., 18 num. Bll., Mod. grün gefärbter flex. Pgmt.-Bd. m. drei durchzogenen Bünden. Erstausgabe dieser bahnbrechenden Veröffentlichung über Macht und Nutzen des Geldes und einer der frühesten Abhandlungen über Geldtheorie überhaupt. - „One of the earliest disquisitions on the nature of money; Aquila discusses problems which have become acute again: depreciation of currency, compulsory acceptance of debased money, and other legal problems arising from monetary variation“ (Antiquariat Goldsmith, Kat. 36, Nr. 7). - Der erste Teil behandelt in zehn Hypothesen praktische Fragen der Geldherstellung unter Berücksichtigung von wichtigen historischen Bezügen (Münzhoheit, Falschgeld, Münzmaterial usw.), der zweite Teil in zehn Lehrsätzen die Fragen des Geldverkehrs (u.a. auch über Inflation, den Wert von Geldschulden oder das Gläubiger-Schuldner-Verhältnis). - Besonders schöner Antiqua-Druck (nur die Überschriften in Fraktur) mit eleganten Renaissance-Initialen versch. Formats. Der prächtige Titelholzschnitt zeigt das Wappen des Astronomen Johannes Stöffler, dem die Schrift gewidmet ist. - Der Jurist Johannes Aquila (um 1474-1518) war Hochschullehrer und zweimaliger Rektor der Universität Tübingen. - Titel m. fachm. restaurierten Eckabrissen (ohne Textverlust). Das erste u. letzte Bl. mit zeitgen. Anmerkungen. Schwach feuchtigkeitsrandig bzw. fleckig. - Insgesamt schönes Exemplar dieser seltenen Postinkunabel. - Humpert 10888; Benzing, Köbel 42 u. Abb. 7; VD16, G 1307 (Gentne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2017-11-15 23:03:40
LULL, Ramon
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2017-11-13 18:52:41
Iamblichus, et al.
1516. Edited and translated by Marsilio Ficino. Illustrated with woodcut Aldine device on title and verso of final leaf. Folio. Bound in 19th-century boards, backed in modern calf; spine with five raised bands, decorated in gilt and blind, lettered in gilt; marbled endpapers. Venice, Aldine Press, 1516. Second Aldine Edition, considerably expanded from the first edition printed by Aldus in 1497. The collection includes Iamblichus famous On the mysteries of the Egyptians, along with numerous other neoplatonic and hermetic works, many dealing with demonology, magic and other occult matters. Authors include Proclus, Porphyry, Michael Psellus, Pythagoras, Xenocrates, Hermes; plus contributions by Ficino. The volume includes, among other works, the Asclepius, and the first fourteen treatises of Corpus Hermeticum (under the collective title Poemander); as well as De Operatione Daemonum, a discourse on the nature and classification of demons, by Michael Psellus, a Byzantine monk. The myth of Hermes Trismegistus is fully outlined in this book, translated by Ficino, from a manuscript purchased by Cosimo de Medici. The manuscript, printed in Macedonia, was the beginning of the Hermetic tradition in the West. Hermes, the teacher of wisdom to the Egyptians, was such a power, he literary changed the direction of Western civilization. Hermes legend transformed science, mathematics, religion and the entirety of Western culture. (See Frances Yates, Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition.) Covers slightly rubbed; very light marginal water-staining along the top edge; occasional minor mar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: George Robert Minkoff, Inc., ABAA [Great Barrington, MA, U.S.A.]
2017-11-05 17:36:36
Iohannes Clein, Lugduni (Lyon), 1516. Quart. 143, 63 Bll. 2 in 1 Band. Schweinsleder über Holzdeckel mit reicher Rollenstempelprägung, Rotschnitt u. 2 Metallschließen. Titel in Rot und Schwarz. Mit 2 Holzschnitttitelbordüren (wiederholt) und 2 (unterschiedl.) Titelholzschnitten. sehr gutes Exemplar 1800 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am St. Vith [Mönchengladbach, Germany]
2017-11-04 13:35:00
Holzschnitt von Leonhard Beck nach Hans Burgkmair, um 1516, 24 x 21 cm. Aus dem Werk: \"Die Heiligen der Sipp-, Mag- und Schwägerschaft Kaiser Maximilians I.\" , 1515/16, Abzug von den Originalholzstöcken bei Stöckel, Wien, 1799. 1515 erschien nur eine Teilauflage dieses Werkes in kleinster Auflage. - Sehr gut erhaltener, schöner breitrandiger Abzug. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Heiligenbilder, Habsburger, Religionsgeschichte
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl
2017-11-04 13:34:11
PIPPIN, von Landen
Holzschnitt von Leonhard Beck nach Hans Burgkmair, um 1516, 24 x 21 cm. Aus dem Werk: "Die Heiligen der Sipp-, Mag- und Schwägerschaft Kaiser Maximilians I." , 1515/16, Abzug von den Originalholzstöcken bei Stöckel, Wien, 1799. 1515 erschien nur eine Teilauflage dieses Werkes in kleinster Auflage. - Sehr gut erhaltener, schöner breitrandiger Abzug. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Heiligenbilder, Habsburger, Religionsgeschichte
Bookseller: Buch- und Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2017-11-04 10:25:10
Maximilian I., Kaiser (1459-1519)
Augsburg, 16. I, 1516. Einblattdruck. 1 S. Qu.-Folio (560 x 400 mm). Mit papiergedecktem Siegel über rotem Wachs (weitgehend verloren). Gefaltet. Mandat, "das nyemannd aus dem hailigen Reich unnd sonnderlich Teutscher nacion weder zu Ross noch fuess, dem künig von Franckreich als unnserm und des Reichs offenbaren veinde zu diennst zuziehen" erlaubt sein solle, "sonnder wo dieselben so also des willenns weren, erfarn, angegriffen, und an irem leib gestrafft, auch der die darüber bey Franckreich beleiben, hab und gueter, als verwürckt und haimgefallen, eingezogen werden sollen [...]". - Kaiser Maximilians geschickte Heiratspolitik hatte das Haus Habsburg mit Spanien alliiert; aus der daraus entstehenden Einklammerung Frankreichs erwuchs der zweieinhalb Jahrhunderte währende sog. habsburgisch-französische Gegensatz, der erst mit Kaunitz' "Renversement des Alliances" ausklingen sollte. Das vorliegende Mandat geht dem Tod Ferdinands II. von Aragón und dem darauf folgenden Thronantritt von Maximilians Sohn Karl (als Carlos I., später Kaiser Karl V.) um eben eine Woche voraus. - Mit gedr. Handzeichen des Kaisers und einer gedr. Gegenzeichnung von Kanzler Cyprian von Serenthein. Kl. Fraßspur (etwas Papierverlust im Text). Verso von zeitgenöss. Hand bezeichnet: "Mandata das niemant in Franckreich zu roß oder fuß ziehenn soll".
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2017-11-03 11:48:54
Holzschnitt von Leonhard Beck nach Hans Burgkmair, um 1516, 24 x 21 cm. Aus dem Werk: \"Die Heiligen der Sipp-, Mag- und Schwägerschaft Kaiser Maximilians I.\" , 1515/16, Abzug von den Originalholzstöcken bei Stöckel, Wien, 1799. 1515 erschien nur eine Teilauflage dieses Werkes in kleinster Auflage. - Unbeschnitten, da und dort kleine weiße Stellen durch Wurmlöcher oder ausgebrochene Stege im Holzstock, sonst sehr gut erhaltener, schöner Abzug. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Heiligenbilder, Habsburger, Religionsgeschichte
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl
2017-10-30 16:29:11
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni.
(Al verso del f. CCCLII:) Impresso in Vinegia per Gregorio de Gregori il mese di Maggio dell'anno MDXVI (Venezia, Gregorio de Gregori, 1516). in-4 (mm 186x120), ff. (2), CCCLII, (10, ultimo bianco), raffinata legatura di fine XVIII secolo in marocchino granata a grana larga, filetto oro ai piatti, dorso liscio con filetti e titolo in oro. Precede il testo dedica del Dofino "Alle gentil et valorose donne"; in fine Errata e Tavola dell'opera. Prima edizione in formato in-4 e prima a cura del Dolfino, che ebbe il merito di riordinare e presentare l'opera boccaccesca nella sua integrità: "Niccolò Dolfino, cui deesi questa rara e bella edizione, ebbe veramente il merito di fare i primi passi per ridonare al Decamerone la sua integrità; per lo che questa ed. salì in molta fama" (Gamba 169). Edizione assai stimata dal punto di vista filologico, è ricercata anche per la sua rarità (censita in sole 8 Biblioteche pubbliche italiane); "...oggi di una sicura rarità. E' la prima edizione che uscisse nel formato di quarto, e la prima in cui si cercasse di ridurre il Decameron alla sua integrità", Bacchi della Lega, 34). Ottimo esemplare, a grandi margini, di illustre provenienza: nota di possesso ms. sul primo e ultimo foglio di Sir. Christopher Hutton; nota sulla sguardia anteriore: "a copy of this edition of the Decamerone sold at Col. Stanley's Sale of Books in may 1813 for £ 63.0.0" (tracce di polvere al titolo; lievi aloni d'umido nel margine superiore degli ultimi ff.). Edizione preziosa.. Borromeo p. 7 e V: ''...primo comparve alla luce il più corretto degli altri''. Zambrini 37. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2017-10-29 14:35:11
Antique print, titled: 'Silesiae Typus A Martino Helwigio Sissense descriptus. Et Nobili doctoque viro Domino Nicolao Rhedingero ded.' - Revised edition of Ortelius' map of Silesia, which has been enlarged and embellished with a much more elaborate cartoche and military scale. Centered on Breslau. Map depicts total Silesia with two very decorative cartouches and the Silesien eagle as coat of arm. Rear text. Hand colored copperplate engraving on (verge type) hand laid paper. "Description: From: 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum ( )', published by Abraham Ortelius, Antwerp. Latin ed. Exact ed. to be determined. Ref: Van den Broecke 103. Latin edition.Artists and Engravers: Publisher: Ortelius. Cartographer: Martin Helwig (1516-1574). Dedicated to Nikolaus Rhedinger, who was the patron of Helwig. Publisher: Abraham Ortelius was born 1528 in Antwerp. He studied mathematics, Greek and Latin and travelled a lot across Europe. He established a business in dealing with books and drawing maps. His first remarkable map was a 8 sheet world map in the year 1564, but only three copies have survived. In 1570 he issued the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", the first modern "Atlas" with uniformly sized maps in a systematic collection. The term "Atlas" was not used until Mercator introduced it 20 years later. Most of the maps in Theatrum have been engraved by Frans Hogenberg. At the time of publication, the atlas was the most expensive book ever printed. Nevertheless it was a big success and around 7000 copies have been printed until 1612 in many editions and six different languages. Beside the Theatrum, O … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-28 13:04:47
GALIEN GALENUS - CHAMPIER (Symphorien)
Lyon, Jean Marion, 23 juin 1516. Petit in-4 de 4 parties en 1 volume de I. (12), 104 et (4) feuillets ; II. (16), 63 et (1) feuillets ; III. (24) feuillets ; et IV. (40) feuillets [dont le dernier blanc]. Vélin moderne, dos orné d'une pièce de titre, tranches bleues ciselées de l'époque. Le premier médecin français humaniste et érudit du XVIe siècle. Editions originales rares de ces quatre commentaires sur Galien par Symphorien Champier (1471-1539), tous imprimés à Lyon en 1516 chez Jean Marion pour Jean Simon. Médecin humaniste lyonnais, Champier est aujourd'hui plus connu des bibliophiles français pour son histoire de Lyon, ses chroniques et la biographie de son cousin le chevalier Bayard. Néanmoins, Champier fut à son époque surtout célèbre pour son activité de médecin humaniste. Son rôle d'éditeur, commentateur et praticien, durant la première Renaissance en France, fut important et influent. "Champier was born in a small village near Lyons and studied at the University of Paris. He entered the medical school at Montpellier in 1495 and his letters indicate that he was practicing medicine and teaching liberal arts within a year after matriculating. He returned to complete his degree in 1503. During his career, he engaged in the active practice of medicine and was a major figure in Lyons'Renaissance [...]" (Heirs of Hippocrates 167). En 1506, il publia chez Campis à Lyon, son De medicine claris scriptoribus in quinque partibus tractatus qui est aujourd'hui considéré comme le premier livre d'histoire de la médecine des temps modernes (voir Garrison/Morton 6376 et 6742.99) … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Zograscope [France, Paris]
2017-10-28 09:06:38
Aquila, Johannes (eig. Johannes Adler bzw. Gentner).
(Oppenheim, Jakob Köbel, 1516). Erstausgabe dieser bahnbrechenden Veröffentlichung über Macht und Nutzen des Geldes und einer der frühesten Abhandlungen über Geldtheorie überhaupt. - „One of the earliest disquisitions on the nature of money; Aquila discusses problems which have become acute again: depreciation of currency, compulsory acceptance of debased money, and other legal problems arising from monetary variation" (Antiquariat Goldsmith, Kat. 36, Nr. 7). - Der erste Teil behandelt in zehn Hypothesen praktische Fragen der Geldherstellung unter Berücksichtigung von wichtigen historischen Bezügen (Münzhoheit, Falschgeld, Münzmaterial usw.), der zweite Teil in zehn Lehrsätzen die Fragen des Geldverkehrs (u.a. auch über Inflation, den Wert von Geldschulden oder das Gläubiger-Schuldner-Verhältnis). - Besonders schöner Antiqua-Druck (nur die Überschriften in Fraktur) mit eleganten Renaissance-Initialen versch. Formats. Der prächtige Titelholzschnitt zeigt das Wappen des Astronomen Johannes Stöffler, dem die Schrift gewidmet ist. - Der Jurist Johannes Aquila (um 1474-1518) war Hochschullehrer und zweimaliger Rektor der Universität Tübingen. - Titel m. fachm. restaurierten Eckabrissen (ohne Textverlust). Das erste u. letzte Bl. mit zeitgen. Anmerkungen. Schwach feuchtigkeitsrandig bzw. fleckig. - Insgesamt schönes Exemplar dieser seltenen Postinkunabel. - Humpert 10888; Benzing, Köbel 42 u. Abb. 7; VD16, G 1307 (Gentner); DG 6.100; IA 106.677; Panzer VII, 490, 17 u. IX, 551, 17; Proctor 11932; vgl. Lipsius/L. 13; nicht bei Kress; Goldsmith, Adams etc. la Gewicht in Gramm: 500 4 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
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2017-10-28 07:52:18
1516. With 2 full page woodcuts and circa 130 woodcuts in the text. Rubricated Copy. Edition of one of the Sacon-Koberger Bibles printed between 1512 and 1522 by Sacon from Lyon for Anton Koberger. Weight (kg): 2,797 Height (cm): 33,4 Width (cm): 25,5 Thickness (cm): 6,3 , Illustrated FO Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Meuzelaar [Heusden, Netherlands]
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2017-10-26 06:09:40
Missale cisterciense].
Paris, Jean Petit f. Jean Kerbriand & Jean Adam, 1516. 8vo. (8), CXVI ff., CLXII (but: 160) pp. With printer's device on t. p., 2 full-page woodcuts, numerous initials and small woodcuts in the text (a few in contemp. colour), with musical notes, printed in red and black throughout. All edges red. Auburn calf (c. 1890) with attractive giltstamping to spine and leading edges. Moirée endpapers. Beautifully illustrated Missal for use of the Order of Cistercians. The fine full-page woodcuts show King David and the Crucifixion; some 450 small woodcut illustrations throughout the text. - T. p. shows 17th c. ms. ownership (from the library of Franz Braun von Braunthal). Several pages carefully remargined; full-page illustrations trimmed closely (slight loss to image near edges). 24 ruled blank pages bound before, within and after the text. Very slight chafing to lower edges of the appealing binding. BM-STC French 283. Moreau 1438. Weale/B. 1759.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-25 15:20:19
[HENRY, Jean (d. 1484)]
(colophon:) Paris: Jean Petit, 1516. 8vo (134 x 90 mm). Collation: a-z8 et8 A-D8. [224] leaves, including final blank. Batarde types, 27 lines. Publisher's woodcut device on title (not in Renouard), 8- and 4-line metalcut initials. Colophon printed in a cruciform X-shape. Title and last leaf stained, occasional small stains elsewhere, minor worming in lower margins, not affecting text. 18th-century mottled calf, smooth spine gold-tooled with allover floral decor, edges stained red (joints split, quite worn). Provenance: flourished contemporary signature at end (De cannes?); traces of deleted annotations in lower margins of first quire and on final blank leaf; 12 [symbol for livres tournois], 3940, early purchase note in red ink on verso of front free endpaper; Louis-César de la Baume de Blanc, Duc de La Vallière: 18th-century pencil number "759" on front flyleaf = Guillaume François de Bure, Catalogue des livres provenans de la bibliotheque de M.L.D.D.L.V. [Monsieur le Duc de La Vallière], Paris 1767, lot 759; Lambert, former Lieutenant-Colonel des Dragons, sale Paris: De Bure, 14 February 1780, lot 136. *** only edition of an allegorical tale for nuns. According to the publisher's brief introduction (a2r), and to a preliminary letter from the Mother Superior herself, the work was composed at the request of the Abbess of the convent of the Clarisses (Poor Clares) of Aigueperse (founded in 1422, and until the Revolution one of the largest convents in Auvergne). Speaking for all the sisters, the Abbess begs Henry to fulfill his "large promesse" of books of religious inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-25 15:20:19
[HENRY, Jean (d. 1484)]
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2017-10-21 19:56:46
[HENRY, Jean (d. 1484)].
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2017-10-21 19:56:46
[HENRY, Jean (d. 1484)].
(colophon:) Paris: Jean Petit, 25 October 1516. 8vo (134 x 90 mm). Collation: a-z8 et8 A-D8. [224] leaves, including final blank. Batarde types, 27 lines. Publisher's woodcut device on title (not in Renouard), 8- and 4-line metalcut initials. Colophon printed in a cruciform X-shape. Title and last leaf stained, occasional small stains elsewhere, minor worming in lower margins, not affecting text. 18th-century mottled calf, smooth spine gold-tooled with allover floral decor, edges stained red (joints split, quite worn). Provenance: flourished contemporary signature at end (De cannes?); traces of deleted annotations in lower margins of first quire and on final blank leaf; 12 [symbol for livres tournois], 3940, early purchase note in red ink on verso of front free endpaper; Louis-César de la Baume de Blanc, Duc de La Vallière: 18th-century pencil number "759" on front flyleaf = Guillaume François de Bure, Catalogue des livres provenans de la bibliotheque de M.L.D.D.L.V. [Monsieur le Duc de La Vallière], Paris 1767, lot 759; Lambert, former Lieutenant-Colonel des Dragons, sale Paris: De Bure, 14 February 1780, lot 136. *** only edition of an allegorical tale for nuns. According to the publisher's brief introduction (a2r), and to a preliminary letter from the Mother Superior herself, the work was composed at the request of the Abbess of the convent of the Clarisses (Poor Clares) of Aigueperse (founded in 1422, and until the Revolution one of the largest convents in Auvergne). Speaking for all the sisters, the Abbess begs Henry to fulfill his "large promesse" of books of religiou … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2017-10-21 19:56:46
[HENRY, Jean (d. 1484)].
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2017-10-21 19:56:46
[HENRY, Jean (d. 1484)].
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
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