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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]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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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]
2017-10-21 19:56:46
[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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc. [US]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
2017-10-20 15:37:20
STEPHAN. - König von Ungarn
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. Insgesamt leicht fleckig, sonst schöner Abzug. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Heiligenbilder, Habsburger, Religionsgeschichte
Bookseller: Buch- und Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2017-10-18 12:35:51
Post-Inkunabel, Philosophen-Biographien - Burlaeus, G. (Walter Burley).:
Strassburg, Johann Knobloch d. Ä., 1516. - 4°, circa 20,2 x 14,4 cm. 8 ff., LII pp. 17th century decorated red leather with richly gilded covers (restored, rebacked) "VD16 B 9848; Schmidt, Rep. VII, 115. Rare Strasbourg edition, introduced by a "Carmen tumultuarium" on the title. The "De vita ac moribus philosophorum" is considered to be the "first attempt in modern times at writing a history of ancient philosophy" (Sandys). It starts with Thales and characterizes many ancient philosophers up to the times of Seneca. Walter Burley (1275-1345?) was teaching at Paris and Oxford and opposed the views of his contemporary William of Ockham. For the present work his sources were Diogenes Laertius, Vincent of Beauvais and others. Its elegant style and entertaining way of presenting the personal lives of eminent philosophers and their theories made it a favorite book in the later Middle Ages up to the Renaissance. This edition starts with twelve pages of index listing first the names of the philosophers and then enumerating sentences and authorities. - Minor browning, little spotting, mostly fine. Few old annotations ("barba decet virum", "homines bestias vocavit" etc.). The pretty binding is rebacked, the laces are gone, edges restored, endpapers well renewed, still quite pretty. " [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [Germany]
2017-10-16 14:05:04
Livius, Titus
Paris, Jodocus Badius Ascensius, 1516. Folio. 32 n.n. Bl., 280 num. Bl. (8, bb8-dd8, a8-z8, A8-M8 Mit einem Holzschnitt-Titelvignette mit der Druckermarke und schöner Holzschnittbordüre und vielen, zum Teil grossen Initialen in Metallschnitt (?). Titel in Schwarz- und Rotdruck. Schweinslederband der Zeit mit Rollstempelverzierung und 2 intakten Metallschliessen. Moreau II Nr. 1420. - Graesse 4, 226. - 2. Druck der schön gedruckten Ausgabe mit einem schönen Titelblatt und Initialen. - Es fehlt der Bogen aa8 mit einem Teil des Index. - Mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk "Joannes Faber Herbstadianj" auf dem Innendeckel und dem Titelblatt sowie vielen handschriftlichen Annotation, Unterstreichungen und Kommentaren von 2 verschiedenen Händen. Johannes Faber (Bamberg 1574 - Rom 1629) war Mediziner, Botaniker, Kunstsammler und eines der ersten Mitglieder der Accademia dei Lincei, Arzt des Papstes und Leiter des Botanischen Gartens des Vatikans. Er schuf den Begriff des Mikroskopes als Gegenteil des Teleskopes. Johannes Fabers Bedeutung wurde erst in den letzten Jahren mit der Aufarbeitung der Geschichte der Academia dei Lincei erkannt. - Papier stellenweise gebräunt und gewellt. Meist jedoch sauber. Breitrandig, in gutem, wohlerhaltenem Einband. [5 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat [CH]
2017-10-16 13:44:36
PAUSANIAS. Mousouros,Markos [or Marcus Musurus].
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A. KOK & Zn. B.V. [Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 13:24:49
PLINE L'ANCIEN
- nuper studiose recogniti, atq3 impressi Adiectis varijs Antonij Sabellici, Raphaelis Volaterrani, Beroaldi, Erasmi. Budei, Longolij adnotationibus, quibus Mundi historia locis plerisq3 vel restituitur, vel illustratur. Lutecie (Paris), (Nicolas Berauld)? et in aedibus Reginaldi Chalderij (Regnault Chaudière), 1516 (16 novembre), in-folio, veau brun sur ais estampé à froid, plats à décor formé de 4 encadrements de filets gras et d'un panneau rectangulaire central à 4 bandes verticales; entre-deux extérieur orné d'une roulette Renaissance, le second d'une roulette à rinceaux de fleurettes; au centre les 2 bandes verticales extérieures sont ornées d'une roulette de rosettes, les deux intérieures d'une roulette aux mouches; traces de fermoirs de cuivre [Rel. de l'époque], dos recouvert anciennement de parchemin, f. de titre remonté, 3e f. restauré, qqs salissures, mouillures en haut de qqs ff. 18 ff.n.ch., CCLXXIIII ff. ch. (mal. ch. pour CCLXXV) ff. ch. Renouard, Impr. et libraires parisiens du XVIe siècle, III 335. Graesse V 338-339. Rare édition parisienne de l'« Histoire naturelle » de Pline, éditée par l'humaniste orléanais Nicolas Bérauld (1473- après 1539) qui l'a enrichie d'extraits de ses leçons sur Pline professées depuis quelques mois à l'Université de Paris, et des commentaires de plusieurs célèbres humanistes de l'époque: Marco Antonio Sabellico, Raffaele Maffei, Filippo Beroaldo, Erasme, Guillaume Budé et Christophe de Longueil. Exemplaire comportant de nombreuses annotations à l'encre brune dans les marges, d'une main contemporaine, recouvert d'une reliure de l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [France]
2017-10-16 13:24:49
PLINE L'ANCIEN
nuper studiose recogniti, atq3 impressi Adiectis varijs Antonij Sabellici, Raphaelis Volaterrani, Beroaldi, Erasmi. Budei, Longolij adnotationibus, quibus Mundi historia locis plerisq3 vel restituitur, vel illustratur. Lutecie (Paris), (Nicolas Berauld)? et in aedibus Reginaldi Chalderij (Regnault Chaudière), 1516 (16 novembre), in-folio, veau brun sur ais estampé à froid, plats à décor formé de 4 encadrements de filets gras et d'un panneau rectangulaire central à 4 bandes verticales; entre-deux extérieur orné d'une roulette Renaissance, le second d'une roulette à rinceaux de fleurettes; au centre les 2 bandes verticales extérieures sont ornées d'une roulette de rosettes, les deux intérieures d'une roulette aux mouches; traces de fermoirs de cuivre [Rel. de l'époque], dos recouvert anciennement de parchemin, f. de titre remonté, 3e f. restauré, qqs salissures, mouillures en haut de qqs ff. 18 ff.n.ch., CCLXXIIII ff. ch. (mal. ch. pour CCLXXV) ff. ch. Renouard, Impr. et libraires parisiens du XVIe siècle, III 335. Graesse V 338-339. Rare édition parisienne de l'« Histoire naturelle » de Pline, éditée par l'humaniste orléanais Nicolas Bérauld (1473- après 1539) qui l'a enrichie d'extraits de ses leçons sur Pline professées depuis quelques mois à l'Université de Paris, et des commentaires de plusieurs célèbres humanistes de l'époque: Marco Antonio Sabellico, Raffaele Maffei, Filippo Beroaldo, Erasme, Guillaume Budé et Christophe de Longueil. Exemplaire comportant de nombreuses annotations à l'encre brune dans les marges, d'une main contemporaine, recouvert d'une reliure de l'é … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-10-16 12:57:33
IMPRESSION SUR PEAU DE VÉLIN] - NAUCLERUS (Johannes)
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Amateur [Strasbourg, France]
2017-10-16 12:57:33
[IMPRESSION SUR PEAU DE VÉLIN] - NAUCLERUS (Johannes)
Tübingen, T. Anshelm, (1516); in-folio, 8 ff.n.ch. (y comprise la page de titre) + CLXXXVIII ff. (sur 191) pp., reliure de l'époque en papier moucheté sur ais de bois, restaurée au XVIIIe siècle : le dos a été refait en demi-veau à nerfs, fermoirs de laitons (coiffes frottées, coins émoussés avec petits manques). VD 16, N 167. Proctor 11743. Adams N 76. Steiff, Buchdruck in Tübingen, 84. Benzing, Reuchlin 146. Van Praet, Catalogue de livres imprimés sur vélin, III, n°8. Édition originale rare de la première partie seule (sur deux) de cette chronique universelle, ici imprimée sur peau de vélin. Seul deux autres exemplaires sont, à notre connaissance, imprimés sur vélin : Brunet (IV, p. 21) signale qu'un exemplaire est conservé dans la bibliothèque publique de Nuremberg ; Van Praet signale également la présence d'un autre exemplaire à Ulm, dans la bibliothèque de la famille de Raymond de Krafft. Chroniqueur, théologien et juriste originaire de Souabe, l'humaniste Johannes Nauclerus (1425-1510) fut aussi précepteur du duc Eberhard II de Wüttemberg puis tour à tour prévôt de l'Église de Stuttgart et de celle de Tübinguen. Grâce à ce dernier, Nauclerus enseigna le droit canon à l'Université de Tübinguen, puis en 1477 fut nommé recteur et ensuite vice-chancelier de la même faculté. Son ouvrage le plus important est cette chronique du monde depuis la création jusqu'en 1500, continuation de celle de Nikolaus von Basel. Elle est très importante pour la richesse de renseignements qu'elle contient sur les événements du XVe siècle, traités avec une intelligence rare et un sens de la mé … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie de L'Amateur [France, Strasbourg]
2017-10-16 12:30:55
[Missale cisterciense].
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 [AT]
2017-10-16 12:30:05
[Post-incunable] - METHODIUS (Evêque d'Olympe).
(Fol. a iij) : Incipit prefatio in opusculu(m) divinarum revelationum sancti Methodii martyris... - (A la fin) : Finit Basilee per Michaelem Furter, opera et vigilantia Sebastiani Brant, anno M.CCCCC.XVI. Texte en caractères gothiques, 58 figures gravées sur bois, reliure plein vélin, dos lisse, titre doré (reliure du XIXe), restauration marginale sur la première page, pâles mouillure en marge de qqs feuillets, minuscule travail de ver avec légère perte de texte sur qqs feuillets, bon exemplaire Rare édition post - incunable de ce texte édité par Sebastian Brant (1457 - 1521), humaniste né et mort à Strasbourg. Elle est exceptionnelle par la présence de bois gravés d'une grande fraîcheur qui constituent une iconographie remarquable. L'ouvrage fut publié pour la première fois à Bâle en 1496 avec des commentaires par Wolfgang Aytinger (édition non illustrée). L'édition de Fürter de 1498 fut la première à contenir les bois gravés. Il y en eu également des éditions en 1504 et 1515. Il s'agit d'un livre de prophéties attribué à Saint Méthode, évêque et martyr sous Dioclétien, mais vraisemblablement écrit par un religieux d'Augsbourg du XVe siècle, Wolfgang Aytinger, afin d'attiser l'animosité entre Chrétiens et Musulmans. Selon ce dernier, la menace turque devaient annoncer la fin du monde, la chute de Constantinople en 1453 étant un signe annonciateur, et l'empire ottoman étant la nouvelle Babylone. Les prophéties sont illustrées de différentes scènes d'inspiration biblique comme celle représentant Adam et Eve, des scènes de bataille, avec des étendards et des symboles héraldiq … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Pages D'histoire - Clio Histoire [FR]
2017-10-16 12:10:10
Biblia polyglotta - Psalmi].
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-10-16 11:39:41
FERRERIUS, (1479-1524) Zacharius
1516. in-4, ff. 8; leg. p. perg. ottocentesca. Seconda edizione, pubblicata apparentemente dopo l'ediz. di Marcello Silberio impressa nello stesso anno. Giovanni de' Medici (1475-1521), secondogenito di Lorenzo il Magnifico, pontificato nel 1513, con il nome di Leone X. Il suo papato fu testimone della rinnovata avanzata dell'Islam nell'Europa Centrale e dell'inizio della riforma Protestante. Leone non fu un Papa molto religioso, ma molto giudicato per il suo nepotismo, per il suo amore per il lusso e per il non aver riconosciuto l'esigenza di una riforma nella chiesa, ciò nonostante fù un profondo amante dell'arte e della letteratura, tanto da rendere la chiesa un'emminente patrona dell'arte e della letteratura. Nel 1516 viaggiò da Roma a Bologna per incontrare Re Francesco I di Francia. Questo poema scritto da un membro dell'''entourage'' di Leone, racconta il viaggio, attraverso allusioni retoriche alle bellezze della campagna e associazioni mitologiche riferite alle città attraversate durante il viaggio; l'accoglienza di Leone nella sua città natale e le cerimonie per l'incontro con Francesco I. Zaccaria Ferreri fu membro del circolo degli umanisti del Papa, gruppo che comprendeva anche il Bembo ed il Poggio. Raro. 4' (187 x 134 mm). Collation: A'' (A1r title, woodcut arms of Pope Leo X, A1v prefatory verse by Pescenius Franciscus Niger to the author, A2r text, A8r colophon, A8v blank). 8 leaves. Roman type. The first line of A2v appears as partially inked bearer type on A1v. A few' early ink corrections. (Light marginal foxing.) 19th-century vellum over pasteboird. Pro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-16 11:29:20
Missale cisterciense].
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-16 11:11:51
BOCCACCIO Giovanni
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:11:51
BOCCACCIO Giovanni
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-11 00:40:46
Varthema, Lodovico di.
1516. 4to. 226 pp. (A8, B-C4, D8, E-F4, G8, H-J4, K8, L-M4, N8, O-P4, Q8, R-S4, T6, V4, X7, without the final blank). With title woodcut and 47 woodcuts in the text (including 1 full-page illustration). - (Bound after) II: Giovio, Paolo. Libellus de legatione Basilii Magni principis Moschoviae ad Clementem VII. Pontificem Max. in qua situs regionis antiquis incognitus, religio gentis, mores, & causae legationis fidelissime referuntur. Basel, [J. Froben], 1527. 39, (1) pp. With woodcut printer's device to t. p. - (Bound after) III: Fabri (of Leutkirch), Johann. Ad serenissimum principem Ferdinandum Archiducem Austriae, Moscovitarum iuxta mare glaciale religio. Basel, J. Bebel, 1526. 18 ff. - (Bound after) IV: Ricoldo (da Monte di Croce). Contra sectam Mahumeticam libellus. (Georgius de Hungaria). De vita & moribus Turcorum. Carben, Victor de. Libellus de vita et moribus Iudaeorum (ed. J. Lefèvre). Paris, H. Estienne, 1511. 86 ff. With large woodcut in the text and several woodcut initials. - (Bound after) V: Ficinus, Marsilio. De religione Christiana & fidei pietate opusculum. Xenocrates de morte, eodem interprete. Strasbourg, J. Knobloch, 1507. 90 ff. With woodcut printer's device on final page. - (Bound after) VI: Haythonus (Hatto). Liber historiarum partium orientis, sive passagium terrae sanctae scriptus anno Redemptoris nostri M.CCC. Hagenau, J. Setzer, 1529. 71 ff. With woodcut title border and device on final page. Contemp. wooden boards with wide blindstamped leather spine and 2 brass clasps. The first illustrated edition (in its second issue) of one of the most famo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-10-10 21:27:44
Caelius Rhodiginus
Venetiis in Aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Soceri Mense Februario, 1516. Pergamenteinband / gebundene Ausgabe (78), 862 S. (31 cm) 1. Aufl.; Beschädigter Pergamenteinband, Hinterdeckel fehlt, Rückenenden offen; Text durchgehend mit farbigen Eintragungen (von alter Hand), Vorsatzblatt locker und mit Ex Libris, kein Titelblatt, Papier teils fleckig; sonst ordentlich. (Stichwörter: Lodovico Ricchieri) Latein 2900g
Bookseller: Antiquariat Smock [Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany]
2017-10-10 21:26:23
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]
2017-10-08 17:44:29
A Anander
Bok. Inb dek pbnd från Utgivarens förlag Aneby 1516s +9s Annonser Mindre slitage förekommer. Uppgifterna är insamlade juli 1925-aug 1926. En tidigare upplaga gavs ut 1915. Till att börja med upptecknas: Biskopar Domänintendenter, Folkhögskolor, Förskoleinspektörer, Hushållningssällskapen, Landshövdingar, Lantbruksingenjörer, Lantbruksinstitut, skolor. Lantmannaskolor- Torvtjänstemän mm Alla socknar i Sverige tecknas med invånare, län, härad, areal, mm. I socknen: Kyrkoherde, Klockare, Folkskolelärare, Ordf. i nämnder, Kyrkvärdar, Fjärdingsman, Auktionist mm. En otrolig bok för släktforskning och kännedom om tidens styresmän ja kanske även kvinnor.
Bookseller: Fasetten konsult [Sweden]
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