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2020-01-11 05:08:24
Homer; Pope, Alexander [translator]
London: printed by W. Bowyer, for Bernard Lintott between the Temple-Gates, 1715-1720. First Edition. Hardcover. Small Folios, 6 volumes; VG-: bound in contemporary full calf, boards stamped in blind, spines stamped in gilt, spines paneled with gilt titling to labels; moderate rubbing and wear to boards, chipping to head and tail of spines, front board of volume two partially separated; with frontispiece, map, and 5 engraved illustrations on 2 plates to volume 1; engraved folding plate to vol. 2; folding plate in volume 5; 2 bookplates to front pastedown of volumes 1-5; half title in volume 1, dedications in volumes 2-6; shelved case 0. Volume 2 is dated 1716, volume 3 1717, volume 4 1718, volume 5 and 6 1720.; In volume 2, 4-6 the publisher's name is spelled Lintot.; Includes 'An essay on the life, writings and learning of Homer' by T. Parnell.;ESTC: N937. Shelved Dupont Bookstore. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Second Story Books [United States]
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2020-01-11 02:54:09
Domenico CAMPAGNOLA (Venezia 1500 - Padova 1564)
Bulino 1517, firmato e datato in lastra in basso a sinistra. Esemplare nell'unico stato conosciuto. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame e completa della linea marginale, lieve restauro nella parte inferiore centrale, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazioni. Al verso disegno a matita sanguigna calco dello stesso soggetto. Nei palazzi rinascimentali era uso decorare le sale più importanti con scene di battaglia e di torneo, che richiedevano tutta la maestria degli artisti, nel realizzare composizioni con uomini e cavalli in movimento. I più famosi esempi del primo cinquecento sono la Battaglia di Cascina di Michelangelo e la Battaglia di Anghiari di Leonardo, entrambe disegnate per un affresco, mai poi realizzato, per la Sala dei Cinquecento di Palazzo della Signoria a Firenze. I cartoni ed i disegni preparatori dei due artisti esercitarono una grandissima influenza su tutta l'arte del Rinascimento. Nel 1513 a Tiziano fu offerto di dipingere una scena di battaglia per il Palazzo Ducale di Venezia; lavoro che l'artista iniziò nel 1537 per terminare l'anno successivo, e che fu distrutto nell'incendio del 1577. Sebbene non sia comprovabile, questa incisione del Campagnola riflette una delle prime idee del maestro per la scena di battaglia. Sicuramente è netta l'influenza del Tiziano su questa composizione; affinità stilistiche sono riscontrabili con alcune scene della celebre silografia Il passaggio del Mar Rosso, che Tiziano realizzò nel 1514. Opera molto rara. Engraving, 1517, signed and dated on plate at lower left. Exa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-09 11:47:10
LUTHER, Martin (LUDER, Martinus)
Wittenberg: Johann Rhau-Grunenberg, 1517. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Very Good. 1st Edition. Soft cover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (208 x 155 mm). 46 unnumbered leaves. Signatures: A4 B-H6 (H6 blank). Colophon on H5v reads "Gedruckt tzu Wittenbergk yn der Churfurstlichen stad durch Joannem Grunenbergk Nach Christ geburt Tausent funffhundert und im sibentzen jar. Bey den Augustinern." Bound in 18th century xylographic wrappers (light soiling). Text evenly browned, occasional minor, mostly marginal, spotting and dust soiling, fol. C6r with brown staining; one wormhole running all through (affecting some letters of text), and a few further at blank margins. Ink annotation in contemporary hand on title-page and fol. D6v. Provenance: form a Hungarian private collection; no library stamps (including erased stamps) or other ownership entries present. A very good, wide-margined copy. ---- "No book, no Reformation" (Bernd Moeller). IMPOSSIBLY RARE FIRST EDITION, ISSUE B, of Martin Luther's first original publication, Die sieben Busspsalmen (the seven penitential psalms), which appeared in the spring of 1517, about half a year before the nailing of his 95 Theses on a church door at Wittenberg. Only a handful of copies are known to exist (see further below). Before autumn 1517, Martin Luther was not much more than a rather obscure Augustinian friar and preacher in a small German town, but his 95 Theses, in which he vigorously objected to the corrupt practice of the Roman Catholic Church of selling indulgences to absolve sin, changed the world and became the foundation of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
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2020-01-09 09:11:02
LUTHER, Martin (LUDER, Martinus)
Wittenberg: Johann Rhau-Grunenberg, 1517. 1st Edition. Soft cover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (208 x 155 mm). 46 unnumbered leaves. Signatures: A4 B-H6 (H6 blank). Colophon on H5v reads "Gedruckt tzu Wittenbergk yn der Churfurstlichen stad durch Joannem Grunenbergk Nach Christ geburt Tausent funffhundert und im sibentzen jar. Bey den Augustinern." Bound in 18th century xylographic wrappers (light soiling). Text evenly browned, occasional minor, mostly marginal, spotting and dust soiling, fol. C6r with brown staining; one wormhole running all through (affecting some letters of text), and a few further at blank margins. Ink annotation in contemporary hand on title-page and fol. D6v. Provenance: form a Hungarian private collection; no library stamps (including erased stamps) or other ownership entries present. A very good, wide-margined copy. ---- "No book, no Reformation" (Bernd Moeller). IMPOSSIBLY RARE FIRST EDITION, ISSUE B, of Martin Luther's first original publication, Die sieben Busspsalmen (the seven penitential psalms), which appeared in the spring of 1517, about half a year before the nailing of his 95 Theses on a church door at Wittenberg. Only a handful of copies are known to exist (see further below). Before autumn 1517, Martin Luther was not much more than a rather obscure Augustinian friar and preacher in a small German town, but his 95 Theses, in which he vigorously objected to the corrupt practice of the Roman Catholic Church of selling indulgences to absolve sin, changed the world and became the foundation of the Protestant Revolution. Luther intended his … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2020-01-08 14:36:54
LUTHER, Martin (LUDER, Martinus)
Johann Rhau-Grunenberg, Wittenberg, 1517. 4to (208 x 155 mm). 46 unnumbered leaves. Signatures: A4 (B-H)6 (H6 blank). Colophon on H5v reads " Gedruckt tzu Wittenbergk yn der Churfurstlichen stad durch Joannem Grunenbergk Nach Christ geburt Tausent funffhundert und im sibentzen jar. Bey den Augustinern." Bound in 18th century xylographic wrappers (light soiling). Text evenly browned, occasional minor, mostly marginal, spotting and dust soiling, fol. C6r with brown staining; one wormhole running all through (affecting some letters of text), and a few further at blank margins. Ink annotation in contemporary hand on title-page and fol. D6v. Provenance: form a Hungarian private collection; no library stamps (including erased stamps) or other ownership entries present. A very good, wide-margined copy. ---- "No book, no Reformation" (Bernd Moeller). IMPOSSIBLY RARE FIRST EDITION, ISSUE B, of Martin Luther's first original publication, Die sieben Busspsalmen (the seven penitential psalms), which appeared in the spring of 1517, about half a year before the nailing of his 95 Theses on a church door at Wittenberg. Only a handful of copies are known to exist (see further below). Before autumn 1517, Martin Luther was not much more than a rather obscure Augustinian friar and preacher in a small German town, but his 95 Theses, in which he vigorously objected to the corrupt practice of the Roman Catholic Church of selling indulgences to absolve sin, changed the world and became the foundation of the Protestant Revolution. Luther intended his 95 Theses, which were written in Latin and in a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2020-01-08 13:02:14
Cicero Marco T.
In fine: Florentiae, Philippi iunta anno a virginia nuncio D.XVII supra mille mense ianuarii. 1517. Florentiae: In fine: Florentiae, Philippi iunta anno a virginia nuncio D.XVII supra mille mense ianuarii. 1517. [Giunti Greco] (cm.17,5) ottima piena pergamena con unghie e lacci in pelle, del XX secolo.-cc.4 nn., cc.156 (ma 159) + 1c. con la marca editoriale. (cfr. Camerini ¿Decia marca n°1) Rara edizione giuntina degli ¿officia¿. La parte seconda, da carta 127 alla fine è completamente stampata in greco: ¿marcou tulliou kikeronos romaiu katon e peri geros¿¿ Manca al BM. STC. Antiche firme di proprietà al frontis, altre all¿ultima carta: ¿questo libro è mio¿¿, ¿questo dono¿¿. E segni di inchiostro. 3 carte, 115, 125 e 126 con macchie che non impediscono la lettura.Varie lettere capitali,disegnate a penna d¿antica mano, i margini contengono manicure e molte note coeve in latino, erudite in chiara grafia. Altrimenti esemplare nitido e marginoso ben completo interessante anche per le vare chiose dell¿epoca. * Camerini-Decia 106; * Bandini II p.113; *Renouard pag. XLI n°100; *Graesse II 175; *Adams c 1738.[f60] . ottimo. Rilegato. 1517.
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2019-12-18 12:36:26
1517. Broken and decayed red leather. Unpaginated. Fair, some dampstaining to page edges, extends farther than an inch on a few sheets [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Mullen Books, ABAA [Marietta, PA, U.S.A.]
2019-12-18 12:36:26
1517. Broken and decayed red leather. Unpaginated. Fair, some dampstaining to page edges, extends farther than an inch on a few sheets.
Bookseller: Mullen Books, Inc. [USA]
2019-12-17 10:10:06
Cronica del Rey don Juan el Segundo].
Arnao Guillen de Brocar, 10 de octubre de, Logroño, 1517. PRIMERA EDICION DE LA MAS BELLA CRONICA PUBLICADA EN ESPAÑA DURANTE EL S.XVI. Este es el libro mas bello salido de las prensas de Brocar en Logroño, y fue un encargo del emperador Carlos V. Arnao Guillén de Brocar era un impresor de origen francés que estuvo activo desde 1490 hasta 1523. Sus trabajos aparecieron primero en Pamplona 1490-1501; Logroño 1502-1514; Alcalá de Henares 1511-1523; Valladolid 1514-1519; Logroño 1517 (la obra que presentamos); Toledo 1518-1521. Como podemos ver su recorrido por la geografia española solo podia ser debido a su gran pericia como impresor y creador de libros de belleza sin igual, sus diseños fueron de los mas bellos que aparecieron durante el primer tercio del siglo XVI en España. Los ejemplares completos de esta obra son escasos y del gran nombre de ejemplares que minuciosamente Martín Abad ha descrito de las bibliotecas públicas, podemos constatar que los ejemplares completos son escasos, y uno como el que presentamos es una gran pieza para una biblioteca de bibliófilo. Tipografía gótica. Letras capitales xilográficas, toda la obra impresa a dos tintas. 26 hojas, CCLIIII folios (en realidad 255, porque el fol.V, repite foliación). Texto a dos columnas. Portada a dos tintas, con orla y retrato del "Rey don Juan segundo". Al dorso de la hoja 26 (sig. B8), grabado a toda página del "Rey don Juan II", con los retratos a ambos lados de: Doña María / Don Enrique / Doña Catalina / Doña Leonor // Doña Ysabel / Don Alonso / Doña Ysabel / Fray Vicente, rodedo por orla de madera, los nomb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Delstres [Canet de Mar, BCN, Spain]
2019-11-06 12:03:21
STOBAEUS, JOHANNES - FAVORINO, GUARINO
Al colophon: Impraessum Romae, per Iacobum Mazochium, die XXVII men. Nouemb. 1517. In 4°, pergamena rigida posteriore, ff.38, a-h4 i6. Rara prima edizione italiana a stampa di questa raccolta di citazioni di autori classici, soprattutto greci, divise per argomento. Essa è assai ricercata perché contiene frammenti di opere perdute.
Bookseller: Libreria Bozzi [Italy]
2019-11-02 10:34:21
Gattinara (Marco)
1517. YeOldBookWorms Ltd *Antiquarian & Collectable Book Dealers * Please See Other Auctions * For Your Consideration.. De curis egritudinum particularium noni Almansoris pratica uberrima Marco Gattinara 1517 Post Incunable EARLY AND RARE COLLECTION OF MEDICAL TEXTS NO RESERVE This is an uncommon early edition of a collection of medical texts on fevers and syphilis by Marco Gattinara, first published in 1509, including Gattinara's commentary on the 9th book of Rhazes ('Liber medicinalis ad Almansorem') and the 'Pratica de febris' by Gentile da Foligno. The compendium continued to enjoy popularity for nearly two centuries, especially in its Lyon editions. Gattinara (1442-1496) was the foremost 15th century student of Arabic medical literature. He studied under Giovanni Matteo Ferrari da Grado in Pavia, where he started teaching in 1467. .fourth edition, 3 parts in one, Gothic letter, contemporary vellum over boards, 8vo, Benedetto Ettore, Bologna, 1517. Marco Gattinaria's commentary on the Almansor, a famous collection of medical texts written by Rhazes in the 9th and 10th centuries. The doctor Marco Gattinara (circa 1442-1496) taught the practice of Rhazes at the faculty of Pavia. He owes the invention of the syringe, which he made first models of wood and metal. Moreover, a figure on wooden on the verso of page 70 represents a large syringe, or rather a clyster. Gattinara (Marco) et al.De curis egritudinum particularium noni Almansoris pratica uberrima, fourth edition, 3 parts in one, Gothic letter, printer's device at end, and woodcut of an enema syringe to verso of page … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: yeoldbookworms [London, GB]
2019-10-25 12:09:26
DUNS (Joannes, Scotus).
1517. 2 ouvrages en 1 fort volume in-8. 1). 340ff. chiffrés. 3ff. 2). 64ff. 1f. Veau, dos à nerfs orné (reliure du 18e siècle, restaurée). Réunion de deux éditions lyonnaises très rares de ces ouvrages du philosophe et théologien d'origine écossaise Jean Duns, dit Duns-Scot. Les textes de ces éditions avaient été établis par l'érudit italien Antonio de Fantis et publiés d'abord à Pavie en 1517. Ces deux ouvrages sortirent de l'atelier lyonnais créé par Giacomo Giunta, imprimeur de la célèbre famille de typographes florentins. Caractères gothiques. Le titre de chaque ouvrage, imprimé en rouge et noir, est entouré d'une composition architecturale, illustrée, gravée sur bois. Exemplaire annoté à l'époque dans les marges. Une mention manuscrite postérieure indique à la fin du premier ouvrage: "Hunc Scoti librum emit F. Portal ex Bibliotheca Domini de Pontac an. 1765". Exemplaire court de marges. Petit travail de ver affectant quelques caractères au début du premier ouvrage, petites réparations dans la marge de quelques feuillets. A la fin de chaque ouvrage marque de Giunta gravée sur bois. Reliure du 18e siècle, un peu restaurée.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-10-17 15:25:21
CAESAR Gaius Iulius
Agostino Zanni da Portesio, Venezia, 1517. [in fine:] Impressa mira diligentia Venetiis, per Augustinum de Zannis de Portesio, anno. 1517, die XIII. junii. In-folio (210x140 mm.), cc. (4 di tabula), 110, (7). Manca la carta bianca in fine. Legatura in piena pelle moderna retrospettiva con riquadri a secco e in oro al primo piatto in linea con lo stile Duseuil. Alcuni forellini di tarlo passanti che ledono non gravemente il testo. Pregiata edizione. Contiene il De bello Gallico, De bello civili, De bello Alexandrino, De bello Africo, De bello Hispaniensi e lIndex eorum quae in commentariis C. Iulii Caesaris. per Raimundum Marlianum. Sii annuncia con l'elegante frontespizio in rosso e nero e la grande figura xilografica con bordura in rosso già nota per essere stata utilizzata dal Pincio nell'edizione delle Decades liviane del 1495 (cfr. Sander, Cliché n. 210). La medesima figura è riprodotta a c. 1 (con bordura in nero). Altra grande figura in xilografia sta a c. LI (che annuncia l'incipit del De Bello Civili) nella quale campeggia la figura del console Lentulus; altre 12 più piccole figure xilografiche nel testo. Bellissime iniziali abitate su fondo nero. Bibliogr.: Graesse, II, 6. Breslauer, I, M, 160. Sander, 1506 e frontespizio riprodotto, 323. Lauria, 1934 (cita edizione che non corrisponde a quella descritta da Essling. A questo riguardo si veda anche Rava, p. 15). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2019-09-29 04:33:19
MASSIMO di TIRO.
Interprete. Romae, apud Iacobum Mazochium. Romae, apud Iacobum Mazochium, Anno 1517.Die XV.Mensis Octobris. In-folio (26,5 x 19 cm). Cc. CXV, (1). Segn.: a-s6, t8. Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena, autore e titolo manoscritti sul dorso (un piccolo rest. nella parte superiore), antica annotazione di collocazione manoscritta sul piatto anteriore (laccetti mancanti). Tagli rossi. Frontespizio inquadrato da una elegante fascia decorata sui lati da una decorazione a grottesca con candelabre e putti sul lato sinistro, una ricca panoplia nella fascia destra, in alto il ritratto dell A. sotto forma di medaglia classica sorretta da putti cavalcanti due cornucopie, in basso una scena di caccia al cinghiale ed ai quattro angoli, un grifone, dei delfini, un leone alato ed un tritone. Ex-libris Bibliotheca Confanoneria . Lievissime ed insignificanti bruniture su alcune carte, peraltro esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Preziosa prima edizione dei 41 Discorsi del filosofo neoplatonico Massimo di Tiro, impressi a Roma da Giacomo Mazzocchi in un' elegante carattere romano. I Discorsi sono l' unica opera conservata di questo autore della Seconda Scuola Sofistica, retore e filosofo durante l' età di Commodo. Le Dissertazioni sono basate per lo più su argomenti desunti dalla filosofia popolare o dalla critica letteraria e mostrano le qualità retoriche del sofista e la sua propensione verso le dottrine platoniche. Il traduttore Cosimo de Pazzi, cugino di Leone X, nella prefazione fornisce notizie fondamentali sulla trasmissione del testo originale, dovuta all' umanista e diplom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Dentis (ALAI - ILAB) [Torino, TO, Italy]
2019-08-29 16:44:40
Natan b. Jechiel mi-Roma
Pesaro, 1517. Pesaro. Sefer haArukh, 1517, Pesaro. Author: Natan b. Jechiel mi-Roma. Publisher: Sonchino. Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. . Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1517.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-07-25 13:23:40
Marco DENTE detto "Marco da Ravenna" (Ravenna 1496 - Roma 1527)
Bulino, 1517-1520 circa, privo di data e firma. Da un soggetto di Raffaello. Esemplare nel primo stato di quattro, avanti i ritocchi e le aggiunte. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "sirena nel cerchio", rifilata alla linea marginale, tracce di colla visibili al verso, restauri perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. L'incisione traduce il dipinto di Raffaello, realizzato tra il 1513 - 1514, oggi al Prado. Corrisponde esattamente al disegno originale per il dipinto, del 1512, della collezione Sammlung Colonel di Colvill di Londra (cfr. Gere - Turner, Drawings by Raphael, 1983, p. 166 n. 136). L'incisione è comunemente attribuita a Marco Dente. Si conservano anche due studi preliminari agli Uffizi (inv. 524E) e all'Albertina (inv. 308v.) In basso a destra, timbro di collezione di K. E. von Liphart (1801-1891),Lugt 1687. Engraving, 1517-1520 circa. After Raphael's painting. Example of the first state of four. A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with watermark "siren in the circle", trimmed close to platemark, some expert repairs, generally good condition. After Raphael's painting from c. 1513, today in the Prado, Madrid. Two related drawings have survived (Uffizi, inv. no. 524E; and Albertina, inv. 308v). On the right-hand corner, collection mark of K. E. von Liphart (1801-1891),Lugt 1687. Bartsch XIV.61.54; Passavant VI.77.27; Raphael Invenit, p. 199, XXVII.1
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-23 17:34:09
Domenico CAMPAGNOLA (Venezia 1500 - Padova 1564)
Bulino 1517, firmato e datato in lastra in basso a sinistra. Esemplare nell'unico stato conosciuto. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame e completa della linea marginale, lieve restauro nella parte inferiore centrale, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazioni. Al verso disegno a matita sanguigna calco dello stesso soggetto. Nei palazzi rinascimentali era uso decorare le sale più importanti con scene di battaglia e di torneo, che richiedevano tutta la maestria degli artisti, nel realizzare composizioni con uomini e cavalli in movimento. I più famosi esempi del primo cinquecento sono la Battaglia di Cascina di Michelangelo e la Battaglia di Anghiari di Leonardo, entrambe disegnate per un affresco, mai poi realizzato, per la Sala dei Cinquecento di Palazzo della Signoria a Firenze. I cartoni ed i disegni preparatori dei due artisti esercitarono una grandissima influenza su tutta l'arte del Rinascimento. Nel 1513 a Tiziano fu offerto di dipingere una scena di battaglia per il Palazzo Ducale di Venezia; lavoro che l'artista iniziò nel 1537 per terminare l'anno successivo, e che fu distrutto nell'incendio del 1577. Sebbene non sia comprovabile, questa incisione del Campagnola riflette una delle prime idee del maestro per la scena di battaglia. Sicuramente è netta l'influenza del Tiziano su questa composizione; affinità stilistiche sono riscontrabili con alcune scene della celebre silografia Il passaggio del Mar Rosso, che Tiziano realizzò nel 1514. Opera molto rara. Engraving, 1517, signed and dated on plate at lower left. Exa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-05 16:13:42
1517. Epistolae divi Pauli Imprimeur Bernard Aubri. Second quart du XVIe siècle Ce post-incunable ne semble pas référencé dans l'ouvrage de philippe Renouard consacré aux imprimeurs du XVIe siècle ni dans les archives de la BnF. A vérifier. In 16 , complet de tous les feuillets, soit 96 feuillets. Ouvrage entièrement et parfaitement restauré de ses anciennes mouillures, restauration et reliure avec ajout de pages de garde du début du XXe siècle. Aucune restauration suite à des manques de papier n'est visible ni de coupes dans les marges ce qui laisse penser que malgré ses mouillures l'ouvrage était bien conservé. Toutefois il y a sans doute une partie de la marge supérieure qui a été rognée. Filigrane du papier conservé. Ex libris P.H. Chavoix Marque de l'imprimeur en lettre rouge sur le premier plat et titre au dos.
Bookseller: Le concert champêtre (lemuseeimaginaire) [Paris, FR]
2019-06-22 17:44:52
Martialis
Venice / Venetiis: Aldus (Successors), 1517. Reprint . Hardcover. Near Fine. 190 Pp. + Preliminary Page With "Martialis Al Dus" And Aldine Emblem + Colophon On Recto Of Next To Last Leaf "Venetiis In Aedibus Aldi Et Andreae Soceri Mense Decembri M.D. Xvii Abcdefghiklmnopqrstvwxyz & Omnes Quaterniones." Aldine Device On Verso Of Last Leaf, One Preliminary And One Final Blank, Apparently Original. Apparently Bound By L. Averil Cole, At Least Possibly With Her Spine Labels, In Simple Binding With Reversed Aldine Device On Front And Rear Covers, Spine Labels Gilt With "Martial" At Very Top Of Spine And "Aldus Mdxvii" At Base Of Spine, Gilt Rules On Turns. Engraved Bookplate Of Cole Showing Renaissance Bookbinders At Work. Well Preserved, Tiny Frays At Corners.
Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-05-15 23:33:58
Decius Magnus Ausonius
Florence: Philip Junta, 1517. Extremely Rare Book- Octavo, 6.25 x 3.75 in. A-N8 (lacking A2). This copy is in good condition internally. It is bound in the leaf of a twelfth century manuscript. The binding has been rebacked with parchment. This book is an extremely rare edition of the poet Ausonius, who could be described as a Roman Gaul (French). Ausonius, Decius Magnus. (310-393/4) Avsonii Galli Poetæ Disertissimi Omnia Opera Nvper Maxima Diligentia Recognita Atqve Excvsa. Florence: Sumptu Philippi Iuntæ 20 May, 1517. Octavo, 6.25 x 3.75 in. A-N8 (lacking A2). This copy is in good condition internally. It is bound in the leaf of a twelfth century manuscript. The binding has been rebacked with parchment. This book is an extremely rare edition of the poet Ausonius, who could be described as a Roman Gaul (French). Decius Magnus Ausonius: Decimus or Decimius Magnus Ausonius (/ɔːˈsoʊniəs/; c. 310 - c. 395) was a Roman poet and teacher of rhetoric from Burdigala in Aquitaine, modern Bordeaux, France. For a time he was tutor to the future emperor Gratian, who afterwards bestowed the consulship on him. His best-known poems are Mosella, a description of the river Moselle, and Ephemeris, an account of a typical day in his life. His many other verses show his concern for his family, friends, teachers, and circle of well-to-do acquaintances and his delight in the technical handling of meter. "This edition, which is called by Harles a very rare one, was printed by Philip Junta, whose prefatory address to Count Frederick Valmontoni informs us with what care, and trouble it was compiled … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: calixbooks (angelzgrace) [Swampscott, Massachusetts, United States]
2019-04-28 15:33:44
1517. Antique Master Print, titled: 'De Vrijheid-verkrijging der Protestentsche godsdienst, in de Nederlanden. (Title lacking on this rare proof impression.)' - (The gaining of Protestant religious freedom in the Low Countries.) This is an large allegory of this event in 1517 in present day Belgium and the Netherlands. Rare Proof impression. Detailed description: Prince Willem I, holding a lance and freedom hat is standing next to the personification of religion in front of a monument erected for the fight for freedom of Religion. The monument depicts the Counts of Egmont and Horne standing on a shield covering the Duke of Parma. They are flanked by death and Hercules. Sunrays appear from behind disappearing clouds. Behind the Price the flag and ships of the Geuzen. On the right forground razing soldiers, a mother with children, a soldier killing a Catholic priest (possibly referring to the Martyrs of Gorkum). Centrally a fleeing Popal figure. On the left foreground cavalry, with one pointing his pistol at the Prince. More cavalry in the background left is holding a flag Burgundian Cross. In the left bottom corner a burned victim of religious persecution or Spanish Inquisition. Etching and stipple engraving on hand laid paper. Description: Published by Johannes Groenewoud Janszn. According to Muller published in 1817 during the 3rd centennial of the Church reform (1517), but sources also mention the possibillity of it's publication in 1827 during the 250 year celebration of the Union of Brussels (1577). State: Proof state. Ref: FMH 728; Atlas van Stolk 612.Artists and Engra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2019-04-13 15:13:09
DUNS (Joannes, Scotus).
1517. 2 ouvrages en 1 fort volume in-8. 1). 340ff. chiffrés. 3ff. 2). 64ff. 1f. Veau, dos à nerfs orné (reliure du 18e siècle, restaurée). Réunion de deux éditions lyonnaises très rares de ces ouvrages du philosophe et théologien d'origine écossaise Jean Duns, dit Duns-Scot. Les textes de ces éditions avaient été établis par l'érudit italien Antonio de Fantis et publiés d'abord à Pavie en 1517. Ces deux ouvrages sortirent de l'atelier lyonnais créé par Giacomo Giunta, imprimeur de la célèbre famille de typographes florentins. Caractères gothiques. Le titre de chaque ouvrage, imprimé en rouge et noir, est entouré d'une composition architecturale, illustrée, gravée sur bois. Exemplaire annoté à l'époque dans les marges. Une mention manuscrite postérieure indique à la fin du premier ouvrage: "Hunc Scoti librum emit F. Portal ex Bibliotheca Domini de Pontac an. 1765". Exemplaire court de marges. Petit travail de ver affectant quelques caractères au début du premier ouvrage, petites réparations dans la marge de quelques feuillets. A la fin de chaque ouvrage marque de Giunta gravée sur bois. Reliure du 18e siècle, un peu restaurée.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-04-13 09:44:12
Buchseite des 15. Jahrhunderts
" Altkolorierter Holzschnitt aus dem "Theuerdank, einem der künstlerisch ambitionierten Buchprojekte Kaiser Maximilians. Gedruckt in Nürnberg von Johann Schönsperger d. Ä. im Jahre, 1517. 16:14 cm. Die volle Buchseite (31,5:20 cm) wurde bereits im eingebundenen Zustand mit minimalem Verlust des Federspiels der Schrift beschnitten. Außer einer minimalen Bräunung im Bereich der Schnitte, ein schönes, kräftig gedrucktes Exemplar, mit rückseitigem Text. - Im Passepartout. Der "Theuerdank" besticht nicht nur durch seine über hundert prachtvollen Holzschnitte von Jost de Negker nach den Vorzeichnungen von Hans Schäufelin, Hans Burgkmair und Leonhard Beck, sondern auch durch die eigens entworfene, sogenannte Theuerdank-Schrifttype. Die Abbildung zeigt Kaiser Maximilian bei der Wildschweinjagd, bei welcher er auf glattem Untergrund ausrutscht, sein Schwert verliert und sich beinahe an demselben verletzt.
Bookseller: Nürnberger Buch- und Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2019-04-06 19:35:02
MARZIO, Galeotto
Basle, Johann Froben, 1517. 4to, ff. [10], 133, [1]; title within a fine woodcut border by Hans Holbein, numerous fine woodcut initials, two over 9 lines; Froben’s large woodcut device at end; a fine copy, bound in a stiff contemporary vellum sheet (see below). FIRST FROBEN EDITION, THE FIRST PRINTING OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY AND THE FIRST PRINTING OUTSIDE ITALY, OF MARZIO’S WORK ON HUMAN ANATOMY, BEAUTIFULLY PRODUCED AND HERE PRESERVED IN A WONDERFUL EXAMPLE OF A STRICTLY CONTEMPORARY, ASCETIC VELLUM BINDING. Martius Galeotti (1442-1494) was an Italian astrologer, born in Narni, Umbria. He settled first in Boulogne and then went to Hungary after his religious views proved unpopular with the Catholic Church. In Hungary he became secretary to King Matthias Corvinus (Matthias I), and also tutor to the latter’s son, Prince John. His work De jocose Dictis et Factis Regis Matthias Covirni further incurred the displeasure of the church and he was taken to Venice where he was imprisoned for a time. He was released following the intervention of Pope Sixtus IV, whose tutor he is said to have been at an earlier date. He subsequently returned to France where he became state-astrologer to King Louis XI. De homine is arranged in the classic way, describing the various parts of the body from head to toe, and with discussions of various diseases interspersed. Besides references to authorities such as Cornelius Celsus and Pliny, most others are to classical poets including Plautus, Persius, Manilius, Lucretius, Horace and Vergil. Galen and Hippocrates are not generally named, but appear cu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Detlev Auvermann Rare Books [Sevenoaks, KENT, United Kingdom]
2019-02-23 20:25:34
Erodiano (Herodianos - Herodianus)
opera et sumptu Philippi Iuntae, 1517. 8vo (cm. 15,4), 4 cc.nn., 90 cc., 1 c.nn. Marca tipografica al verso dell'ultima carta. Carattere corsivo. Legatura francese di poco posteriore in pergamena rigida con titolo oro al ds. Cornici impresse a secco, fleurons angolari e centrali ai piatti. Tagli azzurri. Note di possesso coeve al frontespizio e sull'ultima carta. Alcune annotazioni marginali di mano antica. Ottimo, freschissimo esemplare. Adams H-376; Brunet (III, 121): 'Volume difficile à trouver'.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [Italy]
2019-02-12 15:05:52
FOLENGO, Teofilo
Venezia, Alessandro Paganini, 1517. In 16mo (mm. 138x86). Cc. [132, di cui l'ultima bianca]. Segnatura: +12 A-P8. La carta finale P8 è bianca. Colophon a c. P7v. Carattere corsivo. Legatura in marocchino blu, piatti entro triplice filettatura dorata, dorso a cinque nervi con ricchi fregi e titolo in oro, tagli dorati, risguardi in carta marmorizzata (Bauzonnet). Minimo restauro all'angolo inferiore esterno della penultima carta ben lontano dal testo. Bellissima copia elegantemente rilegata. RARA PRIMA EDIZIONE della prima redazione delle celebri Maccheronee, nota come "Paganini", che contiene il Libellus de laudibus Merlini Cocai del magister Acquario Lodola, due egloghe e il poema Baldusin 17 libri (cfr. M. Zaggia, L'esordio di Folengo, in: T. Folengo, "Merlini Cocai Poetae Mantuani Liber Macaronices Libri XVII Non ante impressi", Brescia, 1991, pp. 15-24). Questo poema, considerato il capolavoro del Folengo, fu successivamente rielaborato dall'autore ed ampliato a 25 libri. La versione definitiva fu stampata a Toscolano dallo stesso Paganino nel 1521. Si tratta di una sorta di continuazione comica della leggenda carolingia, in cui il protagonista, Baldus appunto, nipote di un re di Francia, abbandonato dal padre in tenera età, viene allevato da un contadino di nome Berto. Potenzialmente destinato alla vita di un raffinato cavaliere, Baldus si riduce ad essere un semplice ruffiano dai modi volgari e dalle frequentazioni poco raccomandabili. L'aspra critica dell'aristocrazia, dei cortigiani e del clero, che il Folengo traccia in quest'opera profondamente anticlassica, nonch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2019-02-06 13:35:52
Ritii, Michaelis
Ioannem Frobenium, Basilea, 1517. -Tamaño octavo mayor: 85 h., 5 h.;-Encuadernado en media piel color marrón.;-Obra muy rara.
Bookseller: Arriola Lerchundi [Bilbao, Spain]
2019-02-04 20:34:13
Marco DENTE detto "Marco da Ravenna"
Bulino, 1517-1520 circa, privo di data e firma. Da un soggetto di Raffaello. Esemplare nel primo stato di quattro, avanti i ritocchi e le aggiunte. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "sirena nel cerchio", rifilata alla linea marginale, tracce di colla visibili al verso, restauri perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. L’incisione traduce il dipinto di Raffaello, realizzato tra il 1513 – 1514, oggi al Prado. Corrisponde esattamente al disegno originale per il dipinto, del 1512, della collezione Sammlung Colonel di Colvill di Londra (cfr. Gere – Turner, Drawings by Raphael, 1983, p. 166 n. 136). L’incisione è comunemente attribuita a Marco Dente. Si conservano anche due studi preliminari agli Uffizi (inv. 524E) e all’Albertina (inv. 308v.) In basso a destra, timbro di collezione di K. E. von Liphart (1801-1891),Lugt 1687. Engraving, 1517-1520 circa. After Raphael's painting. Example of the first state of four. A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with watermark "siren in the circle", trimmed close to platemark, some expert repairs, generally good condition. After Raphael's painting from c. 1513, today in the Prado, Madrid. Two related drawings have survived (Uffizi, inv. no. 524E; and Albertina, inv. 308v). On the right-hand corner, collection mark of K. E. von Liphart (1801-1891),Lugt 1687. Bartsch XIV.61.54; Passavant VI.77.27; Raphael Invenit, p. 199, XXVII.1 216 257mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-02-04 00:24:12
GALEOTTUS, Martius
Taurini, Ioan. Angelus et Bernardinus fratres de Sylva, 1517. (Medicina) GALEOTTUS, Martius. De homine exteriore et interiore libri II. Georgius Merula in Galeottum et rursus Galeotti refutatio objectorum in lib. de homine a Geo. Merula. (Explicit:) Taurini, Ioan. Angelus et Bernardinus fratres de Sylva, 1517. In-8°, pergamena recente, stile antico. CXXXVII ff.n., 1 f. bianco, (8) ff. (Index). Car. romano. Grande silografia nel frontespizio raffigurante il Galeotti assiso nella sua cattedra facendo una lezione a cinque discepoli, 8 grandi iniziali n.t. Bell' esemplare immacolato. Opera rarissima. Kristeller, Lombard. Graphik, 227. Sander, 3013. Carbonelli, Bibliogr. medica pedemontana, 192. Olschki, Choix de livres rares, 4592: > [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Brighenti [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2019-02-03 00:44:04
AUSONIUS, Decimus Magnus.
(In fine:) Venetiis, in aedibus Aldi et Andreae Soceri, novembre 1517. in-8, ff. 107, (1), leg. settecentesca p. perg. rigida, tit. ms. al dorso. Testo in car. corsivo, spazi con lettera-guida per le iniz., àncora aldina sul tit. ed al verso dell'ult. foglio. Prima ed unica edizione aldina delle opere di Ausonio, curata da Girolamo Avanzo che la dedica al card. Marco Cornelio. Tra le altre opere (Epigrammi, Epistole poetiche, Commento alle sentenze dei sette Sapienti, ecc.) è particolarmente interessante e famoso il poemetto ''Mosella'', che tramanda il resoconto di un viaggio da Treviri a Bingen, ricco di particolari curiosi sulla vita, gli usi ed i costumi degli abitanti di quella regione. Ausonio fu poeta latino del IV secolo (nato a Bordeaux verso il 309 e morto intorno al 394), maestro dell'imperatore Graziano e da lui eletto console nel 379. Bell'esempl. (firma cancellata sul primo f., forellino di tarlo nel margine alto dei primi due ff.). Renouard 80.7. UCLA 137. Adams A-2278. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2019-02-01 13:28:13
1517. POSTINKUNABEL / INKUNABEL / TOLLER EINBAND AUS EINER AUGSBURGER WERKSTATT Johannes Altenstaig Vocabularius theologie complectens vocabulorum descriptiones, diffinitiones et significatus ad theologiam utilium Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt, mit vierteiliger Titelbordüre in Holzschitt. Gedruckt in Hagenau, im Verlag von Heinrich Gran für Johann Rynmann, im Jahr 13. Dezember 1517. Buchformat: 31cm x 22cm.Kollationierung: [4] Blatt., 277 Blatt, [1] w. Blatt-komplett. Schweinslederband der Zeit. auf Holzdeckeln aus Augsburger Werkstatt mit Jagd-Rolle, 2 weiteren Rollen, auf Rücken 1 Einzelstempel (Kyreiss, Nr. 87, Taf. 177, ST. 1, 3, 4, 5). Handschriftl. Rückentitel, alte Blattweiser .ZUstand/Einband: Gutes Exemplar, Schliessen und Mittelstücke entfernt, etwas berieben und fleckig, kleine Wumspuren. VD 16 A 1992 - BM STC German, S. 22 - Adams A 813 - Procter 11672 - Ritter I, 28.43 - Benzing, Hagenau (Gran) 166. - Erste Ausgabe. - Schön gedruckte Elsässer Postinkunabel, ein umfangreiches Wörterbuch der Theologie. In der unteren breiten Querleiste der Titelbordüre das Wappen von Hagenau neben der Druckermarke H. Grans. Der Bebel-Schüler Altenstaig (auch Altensteig) wirkte ab 1512 als Lehrer am Augustiner-Eremitenkloster in Mindelheim. "In der Nachfolge seines Lehrers Bebel strebte er die Reinigung und Veredelung der damals, vom Standpunkt des klassischen Latein aus gesehen, recht verwilderten lateinischen Sprache an. Er war ein entschiedener Gegner der Reformation, teilte aber die von Bebel geübte Kritik an der Geistlichkeit" (NDB 1, 215). ZUSTAND: Schönes Exemplar,anfan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquarischekostbarkeit (welsprofi) [Balmberg, Switzerland]
2019-01-31 22:21:48
López de Palacios Rubios, Juan (1450-1524)
Salamanca: [Juan de Porras], 1517. [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // Fol., (295x205 mm.).- [14] h.; sign.: a8, b6; portada orlada con escudo xilográfico de los reyes de España; gran escudo xilográfico de los reyes católicos, moto 'Tanto monta' en verso de b6; iniciales grabadas; texto a dos columnas; apostillas marginales.- // Encuadernación muda moderna en pergamino antiguo. Restauraciones por pérdida de papel en las tres últimas hojas afectando muy levemente al texto en b5 y a la orla del escudo en b6v.- // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Refs.: Martín Abad, Post-incunables, 958; Norton, 505; Palau, 141664; Ruiz Fidalgo, Salamanca, 1501-1600, 114. - // Como recordaba Vicente de la Fuente, López de Palacios Rubios escribió esta defensa de las regalías de la Corona por un encargo de Isabel I de Castilla al tiempo que también recibía el de ocuparse de la embajada en Roma para defender esos derechos ante el nuevo Papa, Julio II. Al poco de que acabase el libro, la reina falleció y él nunca llegó a acudir a Roma. En cambio, atendidendo el nombramiento para el Consejo Real de Castilla sí que llevo a cabo el encargo de participar en la ordenación del Derecho privado de Castilla que sería conocida como Leyes de Toro por las Cortes en las que se aprobó (ver nuestra ref. C-1180). Publicado por primera vez en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2019-01-31 16:53:39
Giovanni Giocondo da Verona
Venezia, Augustinum de Zannis de Portesio, 1517. L'edizione è corredata da una mappa della Gallia commentata da Aldo Manuzio e, al modo del De architectura, da cinque figure tecniche una delle quali illustra il ponte di legno sul Reno. La presente costituisce stampa successiva priva di incisioni. 110 pp+ indice - ottime condizioni cop pergamenata originale.
Bookseller: Libreria LIbri et Alia [Italy]
2019-01-30 17:26:53
n/a
Pesaro, 1517. Pesaro. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): Rabeinu Bachia Beur al haTora, 1517, Pesaro. Language: Hebrew. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. SKU000122007 . Good. Hardcover. n/a. 1517.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-01-30 09:12:36
WALDSEEMÜLLER, Martin.
Lyon Jean de la Place -1518, 1517. Small 4to. Folding double-page woodcut planisphere, text to verso, 2 globe diagrams, 3 tables in the text, decorative initial letters throughout. Fine french polished morocco, spine lettered in gilt, fine doublures, signed 'Atelier Laurenchet', with matching slipcase, a.e.g. Closed tear expertly repaired to first & last leaf, very occasional faded marginalia in a neat early hand. [33]ff. Very rare. A work of fundamental importance for the history of the Americas. This edition, printed by Jean de la Place in Lyon between 22 November 1517 and 26 May 1518, is described by Brunet as 'très-peu connue', and is even rarer than the first edition. Whilst no publication date is given we are able to be so precise as this edition is dedicated to Jacques [de] Robertet who took up his position as Bishop of Albi on the earlier date, dying on the latter some six months later. Consisting of two parts: Waldseemüller's 'Cosmography', a treatise on geography and the globe, followed by the four voyages of Amerigo Vespuci. The first of these is divided into nine chapters, and in the last of these, when describing the continents, the author proposes that the New World be named after Amerigo Vespucci (recto Diii): 'Nunc ueto & hae partes sunt latius lustratae & alia quarta pars Americu Vesputiu (ut in sequentibus audietur) inuenta est qua non video cur quis iure vetet ab Americo inuentore fagacis ingenii viro Amerigen qusi Americ terra sine Americam dicenda.' The popularity of the work was such that the name America was universally adopted, despite Waldseemüller … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2019-01-30 00:23:33
SAN BUENAVENTURA (1221-1274).
Paris, Bertholdus Rembolt, 1517 y 1518. [al fin:] Parrhisiis impressi per Magistrum Bertholdum Rembolt, anno domini millesimo quingentesimo xvii, [y] per Magistrum Bertholdum Rembolt Anno domini millesimo quingentesimo xviii. Seis tomos en un volúmen en 4to.; 4 hs., LIIII folios ( mal numerados: en realidad, XCIV). + CXXXIIII folios, 2 hojas, incluída portada orlada, impresa a dos tintas, con la marca del impresor + LXXVI folios, 2 hojas, incluída portada orlada, impresa a dos tintas, con la marca del impresor, + LII folios, 10 hojas, incluída portada orlada, impresa a dos tintas, con la marca del impresor, + XCVI folios, 4 hojas, incluida portada orlada, impresa a dos tintas, con marca del impresor, con un grabado en el reverso que muestra la Crucifixión y otro de San Francisco de Asís recibiendo los estigmas en el vuelto de la cuarta hoja + LVII folios numerados y siete más sin numerar, 4 hojas, incluída portada orlada, impresa a dos tintas, con marca de impresor y con un grabado de San Francisco de Asís recibiendo los estigmas en el reverso. Impresión gótica. Bellísima encuadernación de época, en piel sobre tabla, con gofrados en seco en ambos planos. Los tres tomos restantes contienen: Oratio Octaviani in vitam Beati Bonaventure. Libellus de reductione Artium ad Theologiam. Tractatus de paupertate Christi. Tractatulus de quinque festivitatibus Pueri Iesu. Tractatulus de regimine anime. Epistola ad magistrum innominatum eliminans errorem contra regulam Beati Francisci. Epistola de eo quæ Christus et Apostoli et discipuli eius incesserunt Discalciati. Epistola ad m … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-01-29 21:20:11
Girolamo Forti
Venice Giovanni Tacuino 8 August 1517. 4° (214x158 mm). Collation: a-y8, z4. [180] leaves, complete with the last leaf blank. Gothic and roman type. Text in two columns. On the title-page, a large woodcut medallion portrait of Rinaldo on horseback. Numerous woodcut vignettes in text, some on black ground. Nineteenth-century red morocco over pasteboards, signed on the front pastedown by Georges Trautz-Bauzonnet (1808-1879). Covers within triple gilt fillet. Spine with five raised bands, compartments gilt tooled, title lettered in gilt. Marbled pastedowns and flyleaves, inside dentelles. Blue silk bookmark, gilt edges. A fine, well-margined copy. Title-page and a few leaves slightly browned, minor loss to the lower blank margin of fol. N4, not affecting the text.Provenance: Charles Fairfax Murray (1849-1919; see A List of Printed Books in the Library of Charles Fairfax Murray, [London] 1907, p. 199); Giuseppe Martini (1870-1944); Leo S. Olschki (Rome, 15 April 1927); Sylvain S. Brunschwig (ex-libris; see sale Nicolas Rauch, Bibliothèque Sylvain S. Brunschwig: Incunables et seizième siècle, Genève, 28-30 March 1955, lot 259); Pierre Berès. Very rare edition of the Italian translation in verses – attributed to Teramo humanist Girolamo Forti – of the story of Renaud de Montauban, part of the French cycle of the Quatre fils of Aymon of Dordogne. This chivalric poem was first composed in Alexandrine verse in the thirteenth century, and the narrative of the adventures and exploits of Rinaldo da Montalbano enjoyed ever-increasing popularity in Italy from the late fourtee … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-01-29 20:06:04
Postinkunabel
[Augsburg] Augspurg: Miller, 1517. Bll. 25 - 148(XXV - CXLVIII) Bll. + 1 Bl. Registerl./ beigeb.: Bll.: 1 - 155 (I - CLV)[von 172 Bll.] ca. 25 Bll. mit teilweisem Textverlust, handwerklich sauber, aber nicht hochwertig restauriert. (wahrscheinlich erst in der. 2. Hälfte des 20. Jh.) Bei der neuen Bindung Bll. teilweise oben kapp beschnitten, ohne Textverlust im Blocksatz. Bll. teilw. altersbed. fleckig. Mit 215 Holzschnitten im Text (ca. 8,5 x 8,5 cm) 27 x 18 cm Blattgröße in Halbleinenband des 20. Jh. [VD16 H 1479] Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 499
Bookseller: REDIVIVUS Buchhandlung & Antiquariat [Regensburg, Germany]
2019-01-29 20:05:53
Straßburg, Reinhard Beck, 1517. 356 nn. Bl. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und 1066 Textholzschnitten. 2°. Moderner hellbrauner Maroquiband auf 5 Bünden, mit Gold- und Braunfileten auf Deckeln, Steh- und Innenkanten sowie mit dreiseitigem Goldschnitt, gold- und braungeprägtem Rücken, dort auch mit Titel. Nissen 2366 (im Vergleich zu Abb. der Mainzer Ausgabe "neue im zool. u. mineral. Teil, die Genreszenen mit elsäss. Kostümen"); vgl. Bibl. Palatina E 22.3 (Ausg. von 1491); Krauss 200, 172 (Expl. mit identischer Kollation; diese Ausgabe ist "almost entirely rewritten und elaborated"); vgl. Tenschert 34/35 (frühere Ausgeaben); vgl. Slg Schäfer # 44 (zur Ausgabe von 1491: "das umfangreichste Nachschlagewerk über die Heilwirkung von Substanzen aus der Pflanzen- und Tierwelt und dem Reich der Mineralien"); vgl. BM STC, S. 418 (diese Ausgabe nicht angeführt). Der Drucker R. Beck ist der Schwiegersohn und Nachfolger des Straßburger Erstdruckers Prüss. Die Holzschnitte sind weitgehend übernommen von der Mainzer Erstausgabe von 1491, damit bis auf wenige Ausnahmen (z. B. Titelbordüre) die gleichen wie in den früheren Prüss-Ausgaben. "Most of the cuts in this edition first appeared in the four preceding Prüss editions. Though Klebs attributes the title-border to Urs Graf, it is now considered to be the work of Baldung Grien" (Krauss ibd.). Der Meistereinband (in vorzüglicher Erhaltung) am Fuß des vorderen Innendeckels mit Stempel signiert von Brugalla (1901-87), datiert 1959; am Vorderdeckel auch die Buchhändlermarke von G. Molina, Madrid. Insgesamt ein wohlerhaltenes Exemplar, nur tei … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2019-01-29 16:29:22
MAROZZO, Achille (1484-1553)
Antonio Bergolli, 1517. "Il vero creatore della scherma italiana, da lui inalzata ad altissimo grado" (Gelli) In 4to (mm. 206x150); legatura moderna in piena pergamena rigida con titolo manoscritto al dorso realizzata con materiale antico; cc. [8], 148. Segnatura: +8 A-S8 T4. Elaborato frontespizio xilografico e 84 figure (di cui 7 ripetute) in legno nel testo, di cui 56 a piena pagina. Ventotto di queste figure recano il monogramma "b", la cui attribuzione a Francesco Barattini o Giovanni Britto rimane dibattuta. Nei visi dei combattenti effigiati potrebbero esservi i ritratti del maestro e dei suoi allievi. Sul risguardo anteriore firma di appartenenza "Cesare Morbio". Firme cassate al frontespizio. Aloni e fioriture sparse, margine esterno delle ultime quattro carte abilmente rifatto senza danno al testo, ma nel complesso copia più che buona. RARA PRIMA EDIZIONE, dedicata al conte Guido Antonio Rangoni, della più celebre ed importante opera italiana di scherma del Cinquecento, che fu più volte ristampata nel corso del secolo. L'edizione veneziana del 1517, che alcune bibliografie danno come prima, si è scoperto essere una tarda ristampa del Sessa con data erronea. "Il trattato del Marozzo si fonda sui principi della scuola bolognese che dal Moncio allo Zangheri, ha dato all'Italia un vero esercito di eccellenti schermitori e trattatisti. Il Marozzo però, dette un maggiore e miglior sviluppo a questi principi, che non i suoi coetanei. Scolare di Guido Antonio de' Luca, bolognese, dalla cui scuola uscirono molti valentissimi guerrieri [tra cui il celebre Giovanni dalle Ban … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [Italy]
2019-01-25 00:46:29
ARISTOTLE
ARISTOTLE. Ethicorum decem libri Lyon, Symon Vincent, 1517. Folio. a6 aa4 b-z6 A-B6 C8. Gothic letter, double column. Extensive title in red and black within decorated woodcut border in the guise of a classic portico. Woodcut printer’s device showing Saints Peter and Paul with their emblems, holding the Holy Shroud with Christ’s face (the “Vera Icon”) and inscribed with the motto “Salva Sancta Facies” (the title of Saint Veronica’s prayer, which became popular during the C15th);on the sides, illustrations of Juda’s kiss and Christ carrying the cross. Some attractive woodcut illustrations and initials in different sizes. Internally clean, slight browning and marginal waterstaining. Registrum partially scratched, which is incidentally repeated at the end of the table of contents. Some early Latin annotation in a neat hand. Bound in contemporary French calf, blind tooled, re-backed; substantial loss to spine, joints and extremities, contem. title inked to fore-edge as “Gilbertus in Ethica”, sewing guards with 15th-century ms waste. Remains of azzurre silk ties. This is a rare and fine edition of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics translated into Latin by the Byzantine scholar Johannes Argyropulus for the Lord of Florence, Cosimo de’ Medici, who was one of the greatest patrons of arts and letters of his time. The text is here provided with the commentary of the Parisian theologian Gilbert Crab, who is shown in the act of addressing his pupils in one of the woodcuts at the beginning of the text. This edition is very rare. According to USTC, only 3 copies can be located around the wo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2019-01-15 09:05:00
VIRGIL. VERGIL. PUBLIUS VERGILIUS MARO. Edited by Josse Badius.
Lyon, printed by J. Sacon (Sachon), 1517.. Beroaldinis Aeneis vero ab ijsde[m] praeter Mancinellum & Probu[m] & ab Augustino Datho in eius principio: opusculoru[m] praeterea q[uae]da[m] ab Domitio Calderino Date and imprint from colophon of Part I, 1517. Latin text, folio in eights, approximately 315 x 215 mm, 12½ x 8½ inches, 2 parts in 1, LACKING PORTRAIT and TITLE PAGE TO PART I, facsimile title page inserted, abbreviated manuscript title page in red and black, title to Part II is present printed red and black with 4 part architectural border. "Aeneis Vergiliana", 199 of 207 large woodcuts of various sizes, from 120 x 165 mm to 215 x 170 mm (4¾ x 6¼ to 8½ x 6¼ inches), woodcut initials, text in roman. LEAVES: [8 of 10], CCV; [8], CCCXXIIII of CCCXXXIIII. SIGNATURE TT LACKING after the end of the Aeneid (see below), LEAF TT10 had the 2nd colophon: "excussit Iacobus Sacon, impensas Ciriacus Hochperg, 1517". In full modern calf, blind decoration to covers, maroon gilt lettered label, new endpapers. 2 armorial bookplates on original endpaper, that of Henry Mere Ormerod (19th cent.) on second original endpaper with a gift inscription to his son in 1868, this is followed by 2 inserted sheets, 1 with notes on the book by George Ormerod, (Author of History of Cheshire ) the other with the manuscript title and imprint, an inscription on dedication page (3), slightly ragged at lower corner plus small chip to the inner margin, 2 corrections to index of Part I, final prelim (10) has repaired margins and is reinserted on a tab, no loss of printed area, some thumbing to corners, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-01-10 03:20:54
Reuchlin, Johannes
Hagenau Th Anshelm, 1517. Mit großer Holzschnittdruckermarke a. d. Titel. 4 nn., 79 num. Bll., 1 nn. Bl. Folio. Mod. flexibler Pergamentband im Stil der Zeit unter Verwendung eines gewaschenen Manuskriptblattes. Erste Ausgabe. - Eines der seltensten Werke Reuchlins und eines der grundlegenden Werke zur Geschichte der Kabbala während der Renaissance, in der wiederholt christliche Gelehrte wie Pico della Mirandola, Postel, Agrippa von Nettesheim und Reuchlin versuchten, die Lehren der Kabbala dem Abendland zu vermitteln. "Mehr als zwanzig Jahre nach 'De verbo mirifico' hat Reuchlin seine christliche Deutung der Kabbala noch einmal aufgegriffen, unter dem Titel 'Über die kabbalistische Kunst (De arte cabalistica). An seiner grundsätzlichen These - die jüdische Kabbala als 'theologia prisca', die in einem spekulativ interpretierten Christentum zu sich selbst kommt - hat sich nichts geändert, nur dass Reuchlins Kenntnisse der Kabbala inzwischen erheblich zugenommen haben. Wiederum sind es drei Gesprächspartner, die sich am Rande der Frankfurter Buchmesse begegnen: der getaufte Moslem Marranus, der Grieche Philolaus, der den Pythagoreismus vertritt, und der kabbalakundige Jude Simon. Wiederum steht die Kabbala für das adamitische Wissen, das über die biblischen Vorväter in die griechische Philosophie gelangt ist. Reuchlin bildet vielleicht nicht den Anfang der christlichen Kabbala, aber er ist auf jeden Fall ihr erster Höhepunkt. Über Paulus Ricius, Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Khunrath, diverse Paracelsisten und Rosenkreuzer, Jakob Böhme, Abraham von Franckenberg, Daniel Cze … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Franz Siegle GmbH [Mühlhausen, Germany]
2019-01-01 08:19:50
Lombard, Peter
Paris: RARE 1517 Peter Lombard 'Textus Magistri Sententiarum' BINDING. Theology/Bible RARE 1517 Peter Lombard 'Textus Magistri Sententiarum' BINDING. Theology/Bible Click images to enlarge Description ''Textus Magistri Sente(n)tiarum'' Petrus Lombardus [1096-1160] 'Paris : J.Petit & F.Regnault '1517' Octavo (6.25'' tall x 4.50'' wide x 2.25'' thick) Four books in 2 parts, in one volume. First title in red & black, second title with large woodcut device, name at head of title. Early marginalia, notes on free end papers. Title a little browned, minor staining/water marks. Minor worm-hole first dozen pages. Fol. cxcvi, 12ff, fol. clxvii, 40ff. A very good, solid and mainly crisp copy. A rare early edition [only one copy located in Wordcat]. Bound in full contemporary blind stamped calf over wooden boards. Remains or hasps/clasps. Central blind stamped lozenge to rear board depicting Christ rising from the tomb. Similar blind stamped panel to the front board, with repaired leather losses. Finely rebacked with the remains of the original spine leather relaid. A rather handsome period binding in very nice restored and useable condition. Peter Lombard, Peter the Lombard, Pierre Lombard or Petrus Lombardus, (c. 1096, Novara, Lombardy - 21/22 July 1160), Paris, France was a scholastic theologian, Bishop of Paris, and author of Four Books of Sentences, which became the standard textbook of theology, for which he earned the accolade Magister Sententiarum. Peter Lombard was born in Lumellogno (then a rural commune, now a quartiere of Novara, Piedmont), in northwestern Italy, to a poor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: humber-books [Kingston Upon Hull, GB]
2018-12-18 21:48:14
Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1517 Julius Caesar Guerre Commentaries Military Tactics Italien Agostino Porta Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1517 Julius Caesar WAR Commentaries tactique militaire italien Agostino Porta « Si vous devez enfreindre la Loi, faites-le s'emparer du pouvoir : dans tous les autres cas observer ! » -Jules César Une rare collection d'histoires de la guerre civile et commentaires de guerre de Julius Caesar édité et traduit par Augustino Ortica della Porta. Ce bel exemple caractéristiques initiales illustrés et figures dessinées à la main dans le texte. Commentaire de guerre de Julius Caesar est quelques-uns des écrits militaires plus prolifiques ! Bien que pas spécialement connu pour ses écrits, Julius Caesar a écrit ce livre qui allait devenir un pilier dans le canon de la littérature latine. Il se concentre sur le récit de première main de Julius Caesar dans les guerres Callic, mais il a été écrit comme si une vue troisième personne. Comprend un manuscrit contemporain incroyable à la fin des travaux Numéro d'article : #1639 Prix: $ 1,500 César, Jules Commentarii di. C. Cesare Iulio paroles par Agostino Vrtica della Porta genovese. Et postillati delli nomi moderni Venetiis : Par Bernardinum Venetum de Vitalibus, anno Domini MDXVII die mensis ultimo Nouembris regnante serenissi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-12-16 06:06:23
PEROTTO, Niccolò (ca. 1430-1480)
heirs of Aldus Manutius the Elder and Andrea Torresano. Colophon (l. K8r): Venice, heirs of Aldus Manutius the Elder e Andrea Torresano, May 1517. Colophon (l. Y7v): Venice, heirs of Aldus Manutius the Elder e Andrea Torresano, November 1513.Folio (294x205 mm); early 18th-century vellum over boards, spine with lettered-piece, red edges; (80, of which the last is a blank) ll., 1436 cols., (1) l. Printer's device on the title-page and at l. K8v and Y8v. Some quires a bit browned and stained, inner margin of gatherings a and b stonger stained, round wormhole that starts at leaf N6 and goes up to the end of the volume (it becomes a 20mm-long track in quires O and P) affecting the text, upper margin short, but all in all a good, nicely bound copy. At the end of the volume are bound 6 leaves that provide an index to the volume in a 18th-century hand. Also bound at the end before the flyleaf is a 14th-century manuscript leaf on vellum containing Justinian's Pandects.THIRD ALDINE EDITION, a reissue of the 1513 edition. Perottus' Cornucopiae was first published by Paganino in 1489. The work was revised and expanded by Perotto's son Pyrrhus. Aldus printed the text in 1499 and 1513, his heirs in 1517 and 1527.Written as a commentary on book I of Martial, it became a standard work of reference on the Latin language and "a massive encyclopedia of the classical world. Every verse, indeed every word of Martial's text was a hook on which Perotti hung a densely woven tissue of linguistic, historical and cultural knowledge" (B. Ogilvie, The Science of Describing: Natural History in Renaissan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [Italy]
2018-12-06 15:48:02
HOMER
Woodcut Aldine device on title page and verso of final leaf. 2-6 line initial spaces, all with guide letters. Greek type throughout, except preface and register in Roman type. 8vo (165 x 105mm). 251, [1]ff. Modern vellum, red edges (vellum a little soiled, some corners uncut). Venice, In Aedibus Aldi et Andreae Soceri,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2018-12-05 22:30:21
HOMER
Woodcut Aldine device on title page and verso of final leaf. 2-6 line initial spaces, all with guide letters. Greek type throughout, except preface and register in Roman type. 8vo (165 x 105mm). 251, [1]ff. Modern vellum, red edges (vellum a little soiled, some corners uncut). Venice, In Aedibus Aldi et Andreae Soceri, A fresh, clean second volume of the second Aldine edition of the works of Homer, containing his Odyssey in Greek (the first volume, not present here, contains the Iliad - volumes are in most cases found separately). The editio princeps of the poet?s works was published in Florence in 1488; Aldus? edition, however, was the first time that Homer?s works had appeared in octavo format. Alongside the Odyssey in this volume are the Batrachomyomachia (?Battle of Frogs and Mice?) and Homeric hymns, as well as the preface carried from the first edition, addressed to Cardinal Girolamo Aleandro. Renouard asserts that this 1517 edition is better and rarer than the first, from 1504, and more correct than the third, of 1524; indeed, that it is so superior to Aldus? first edition that ?it should be considered a new text.? It was the 1517 Aldine edition that humanist theologian and Reformer Philipp Melanchthon acquired, likely on publication, and heavily annotated. Sparse pencil annotation in modern hand, with pencilled line numbering ff.103v-111r. Waterstaining to head of some leaves, one ink stain touching text. UCLA Ahmanson-Murphy, 153. Renouard p.80, 3. Adams, H742. BMSTC, p.330. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-12-05 01:07:37
Duns Scot [Scotus] - Licheto (Francesco)
Jean Granjon, 1517. Au colophon de la dernière partie : Finiunt commentaria eximii docto. reverendissimi P. fratris Francesci Leuchetti de Brixia ( ) super quodlibeta Jo. Scoti. Impressa per Joanne de Prato, impensis Joannis Granjon, ex impositione ven. P. fratris Baptiste de Castilliono ( ) anno Domini 1520, die vero IIII mensis aprilis. 1ère partie : 31 mars 1519. Il manque le titre, 182ff. 2ème partie : 25 avril 1520. 180ff. 3ème partie : 31 mars 1520. 74ff. 4ème partie : 4 avril 1520. 107ff. Édition en caractères gothiques. 3 titres gravés. 1 vignette gravée à ¾ de page (f.3 de la 1ère partie, avec un petit manque, et répétée en fin de la 4ème partie). Nombreuses initiales gravées. 2 volumes in-4, pleins vélins de l’époque, dos à nerfs (quelques défauts) . 1er volume : 1ère et 4ème parties. 2ème volume : 2ème et 3ème parties. Quelques traces d’humidité. Certains feuillets montés sur onglet. Tampons, ex-libris. Des annotations anciennes. Des incohérences dans la numérotation des feuillets, sans manques (liste établie). James K. Farge in « Le contrôle des idées à la renaissance. » (Colloque de Montréal, septembre 1995), écrit (P.79, note 16) : « A certain « Grignon » printed 1250 copies of the book. This is certainly, however, the edition described by Brigitte Moreau, Inventaire chronologique .2 : § 2398. The editor is really Francesco Licheto, the agent in Paris was Battista de Castiglione, and the printer was Jean Granjon (with Jean II du Pré and Hémon Le Fèvre)”. (Brigitte Moreau = « Inventaire chronologique des éditions parisiennes du XVIe siècle », II, 2398). Cette é … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rometti Vincent [Nice, France]
2018-11-17 19:07:27
Virgil (Vergilius Maro, Publius; 70-19 BC)
Lyons: Lyons: Jacques Saçon for Ciriacus Hochperg, 1517. Full leather. Very Good. The Master of the Grüninger Workshop. WITH WOODCUTS FROM THE FIRST EVER ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF WORKS OF VIRGIL. Folio (315 x 215mm); 2 parts in one volume; 216, 342 ff. (ie.432, 684pp). Printed by Jacques Saçon for Ciriacus Hochperg, 20 August 1517 (Part 1) and 2 December 1517 (Part 2). COLLATION: Part I: +1, [lacks +2], +3-+10, a-z8, aa-bb8, cc-cc5 [lacks blank leaf cc6]; Part II: ??8, A-Z8, AA-QQ8, RR-SS6, TT10. Separate title page to each part printed in red and black within the same woodcut border, without blank leaf cc6 and lacking +2 (containing full-page woodcut of Virgil and his muse), otherwise complete. BINDING: Nineteenth-century full crushed brown morocco by Jeremiah Larkins (1833-1907, London fine binder), gilt roll and triple fillet to board margins, board edges gilt, gilt inner dentelles, spine with five raised bands, gilt lettering direct to spine in second and third compartments, remaining compartments and spine bands gilt, binding in fine condition. TEXT: In double columns, typically 71 lines per page, main text and marginal notes in roman type and with black (gothic) letter headlines; a few unobtrusive wormholes (some affecting text), occasional very light staining, cut close at head with a few headlines shaved at end, otherwise fresh and complete. WOODCUTS: Profusely illustrated with 207 woodcuts by the Master of the Grüninger workshop, initially prepared for the Strassburg edition of 1502 edited by Sebastian Brant. By the time Saçon acquired the Grün … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lyppard Books [United Kingdom]
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