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2018-10-18 00:31:02
Marcantonio RAIMONDI
"Bulino, 1517-1518 ca, privo di data e firma. Da un soggetto di Raffaello. Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata con filigrana "ancora nel cerchio", rifilata al rame, piccole abrasioni e restauri perfettamente eseguiti negli angoli inferiori, per il resto in ottimo sttao di consevazione. Salomone e la regina di Saba è una stampa inusuale in quanto si presenta completamente finita in tutte le sue parti incise e con grandi aree lasciate completamente vuote. Inoltre, presenta anche un problema di attribuzione. La maggior parte dei primi studiosi, a cominciare da Vasari, attribuisce l'incisione a uno dei seguaci di Marcantonio Raimondi. Mariette ha suggerito che Marcantonio ha solo iniziato l'incisione e che poi sia stata portata avanti da un artista minore. L'opinione è condivisa da Shoemaker, poiché molte delle figure sono lavorate in maniera imperfetta con una serie di brevi tratti paralleli che corrono perpendicolarmente ai contorni, e per via dei chiari errori nelle basi e nei capitelli delle colonne, nonché nel frontone sovrastante la porta del tempio, a destra. La prova incompleta di Marcantonio della ""Riconciliazione di Minerva e Cupido"" indica che la proposta di Mariette non è priva di fondamento. L'autore del modello per Salomone e Sheba non è argomento meno complesso. Mariette credeva che il modello di Marcantonio fosse la scena di Raffaello, dello stesso soggetto, nelle Logge Vaticane, e in effetti si potrebbe pensare che Raimondi si sia basato uno studio finale per l'affresco. Passavant ha anche riconosciuto la connessione dell'incisione con un affresco in una v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2018-10-06 09:31:35
KENTMANN Johann
Tiguri[ Zurich]: S.n.[ J. Gessner]. First and only edition of this rare treatise. Printer's device to title and 11 illustrations to text of various stones found in the human body. Small historiated capitals.19th century paper binding, shagreen title piece, faint yellow dampstain from leaf 15 to end.This was the first treatise to describe stones or gallstones, each of the 12 chapters exploring a part of the human body where such stones are found (intestines, kidneys, vesicle, and so on). Additionally, the work discusses various non-digestible objects ingested by people. Kentmann (1518-1574) was both a mineralogist and doctor, and thus particularly well placed to write on this subject. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Paris Rare Books and Manuscripts [France, FR]
2018-10-03 22:08:16
BINDINGS - MOSAIC). (ALDINE IMPRINT). AESCHYLUS
Venetiis [Venice]: In aedibus Aldi et Andreae Soceri, February 1518. EDITIO PRINCEPS. This is the first printing of the extant tragedies of the Greek playwright Aeschylus in a splendid mosaic binding and with illustrious provenance. Surprisingly, the binding here is unsigned, but the quality of the workmanship and the materials confirm this as the work of a master artisan. Similar bindings have been produced by Trautz-Bauzonnet, Emile Mercier, and the Club Bindery. Our previous owner Robert Hoe was one of the founders of this last workshop, and a mosaic "répétition" binding created for him by the Club Bindery, and with his monogram on the doublure (as here), was shown in the Grolier Club's exhibit of mosaic bindings in 1902 and again in its exhibition in 1906 of books bound at the Club Bindery. It appears in "Bound to Be the Best" as #11. The perfection of the finishing would be typical of the work of Léon Maillard, one of the best finishers of his generation, who was lured to America by Hoe in 1897 to join the team at the Club Bindery. Scholars of the Greek Classics will note that our Aldine editio princeps contains six plays--"The Persians," "Seven against Thebes," "The Suppliants," "Agamemnon," "The Eumenides," and "Prometheus Bound"--rather than the seven known to survive from the estimated 70 to 90 dramas Aeschylus (ca. 525-455 B.C.) produced. The explanation includes one of the few failures of the Aldine editors: when Aldus' brother-in-law Francesco d'Asola was preparing the text, he did not catch an imperfection in his source manuscript: it was lacking several pages … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2018-09-27 19:42:20
1518. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. "Peter Barbo (Paul II) could feign good nature, when occasion served, but he was so mean-spirited that when could not obtain what he aimed at by praying, entreating, and requesting, he would join tears to make them sooner believed. Therefore, Pope Pius sued to call him 'the godly Mary.' - Platina, Lives. Originally printed in 1479, Bartolomeo Sacchi's Lives of the Popes, was one of the first works published on the history of the popes of the Catholic Church. However, Sacchi (more commonly called Platina) used the opportunity to offer extensive discussion on the history of Rome and the pagan life that was prevalent throughout Roman history, as well as make poignant attacks on Pope Paul II. It quickly became the standard reference work on papal history. This 1518 post-incunable printing includes a number of Platina titles including Lives, Contra Amores, and Falso et vero bono as well as a text by Raffaelo Maffei, De vita quatuor Maximi Pontifici (Life of the Four Greatest Popes). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-24 07:16:42
SEAMAN, William.
Blackmer 1518; ESTC R22626; Madan III, 2863*;Wing S2179; www.oxforddnb.com/view/printable/24986; not in Atabey. First and only edition of William Seaman's Turkish grammar, with the instructive text in Latin, the first Turkish grammar published in England, printed using Oxford University's Arabic type. Madan notes two issues, not distinguished in the ESTC. The present copy is Madan 2863* with a five-line Latin note on p. 183 noting that the present grammar and Seaman's Turkish New Testament can be purchased from Millington and from the author, giving the street addresses for both in London. The Blackmer copy was Madan 2863, which omits this note.Seaman (1606/07-1680) had worked for Peter Wyche, English ambassador in Constantinople, from ca. 1630. In 1637, more than thirty years before Oxford University began operating its own printing office, Samuel Brown, on behalf of the University, bought matrices for the present Arabic type from the heirs of Arent Corsz. Hogenacker in Leiden.With a 1670 donation inscription and a 19th-century bookplate. In very good condition. The binding somewhat worn, but still good. The first Turkish grammar in England, using Oxford University's Arabic type with extra Turkish sorts.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-08-26 08:20:53
Pérez de Valencia, Jaime [Jacobo] (1408-1490)
Vaenundantur Parrhisiis: ab Ioanne Paruo: & Iodoco Badio Ascensio. [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.].- // Folio, (315x203mm.).- [8], CCCCXL f.; sign.: AA-AA8, a-a8, b-b10, c-z8, A-O8, P-P10, Q-Z8, Et-Et8, Con-Con6, Aa-Ff8, Gg6; portada a dos tintas roja y negra, con orla xilográfica arquitectónica; marca tipográfica de Badius en portada; iniciales xilografiadas; texto a dos columnas. A partir de f. CCCIX, 'Expositione in cantica officiorum, in cantica evangelica et in canticum sanctorum Agustini et Ambrosii', a partir de f. CCCLIX, 'Tractatus contra judaeos' y, a partir de f. CCCLXXXVI, 'Expositione in Cantica Canticorum'.- // Encuadernación del s. XVIII, en plena piel, restaurada con un lomo nuevo del s. XX con seis nervios y tejuelos en dorado; planos con filetes gofrados; contracantos dorados a la fanfarria; cortes jaspeados. Hermosísimo ejemplar en el que las capitales y titulillos de toda la obra, y las iniciales y mayúsculas de la tabla y de las dos columnas interiores, fueron pacientemente coloreadas a mano en bermellón, a excepción de la primera capital de la dedicatoria y de cada uan de las partes que, la dedicatoria está coloreada en verde, rojo y amarillo, y las demás aparecen sin colorear. Los escasos defectos que presenta son: cantos rozados; portada remarginada en todos sus márgen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2018-08-22 02:05:02
TJASSENS, Johan.
Alden & Landis 652/198; Kress 861; Muller, America 1518; Rodrigues, Historiografia e Bibliografia do Dominio Holandes no Brasil, p. 8 and no. 111; Sabin 95872. First edition of rare and important work on regulations for maritime trade and the navy. The first part of the work deals with the hierarchy in the Board of Admiralty, naval and mercantile ships, personnel functions, and equipment of ships with arms, food, and personnel. The second part deals with the individual chartered companies, the VOC, WIC, and the whaling companies. It contains information on the East Indies, Africa, Brazil, the Caribbean, New York, and the whaling areas in Northern Europe. The contents of the chapters is outlined on a twenty-two page long table at the beginning of the work. Following Tjassens' these two parts, there are about 42 publications issued over the years by the Dutch government concerning these topics. "The chapters XIV-XXX of this valuable book contain the history of the West-India-Company, with reprints of the original documents (Octroyen, pp. 222-258). This first edition is scarce" (Muller).Paste-downs never pasted down; occasional minor waterstains in lower outer corner, otherwise in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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2018-08-14 09:13:26
William Combe
London: R. Ackerman. Very Good. 1815, 1820, 1821. Handsomely bound by Henry Southeran in half maroon grain morocco over red cloth. Gilt particulars and decorations to spines. Marbled endpapers. Occasional foxing throughout, otherwise, a clean, attractive set without previous owners' names or other markings. ; Large 8vo; 276, 277 & 279 pages; All shipments through USPS insured Priority Mail. .
Bookseller: William Chrisant & Sons' Old Florida Book Shop, ABAA, ILAB, FABA [US]
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2018-08-08 06:00:15
MORE, Thomas
4to, pp. 166-271, [1]. Roman letter, little Greek; title within architectural border by Urs Graf with fool and satyr on columns, historiated initials, large printer's device on verso of final leaf; contemporary underlining. A good copy in early limp vellum, remains of alternating red and green silk ties, contemporary title inscribed on spine; endpapers renewed; bookplate of the Library of St. Benedict's Abbey, Fort-Augustus, Scotland, and earlier shelfmark label on pastedown; on front endpaper, Pirie's bookplate and early ms shelfmark; early autograph by an unidentified 'Federici Quinetij' on title, occasional underlining by this hand. Second edition of the verses written by the champion of English Catholicism. Thomas More (1478-1535) was the most skilled and appreciated scholar of Henry VIII's reign prior to the latter's break with Rome. His refusal to join the king's reformation cost him his life. His visionary depiction of the perfect government on the island of Utopia inspired generations of thinkers and politicians. Despite More's hesitations, the Epigrammata first appeared into print as part of the collection issued by Froben in March 1518 under Erasmus' and Beatus Rhenanus' supervision, together with Utopia and Erasmus's poems. A few months later, between November and December, Froben published the same three-part collection, apparently a er some revision by the author. Fairfax Murray points out that 'more o en than not the three parts (either edition) are found separately'. Indeed, the BL has an independent copy of the Epigrammata of March (11409.g.47.). The book op … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-07-05 06:48:56
[Hortulus animae].
1518. 8vo. (19 [instead of 20]), CCII, (5) ff. Printed in red and black throughout. With 66 woodcut illustrations in the text (53 of which full-page). All pages within woodcut borders. Woodcut printer's device to recto of final leaf. Modern blindstamped full vellum with handwritten title to spine. A well-preserved copy of this famous late mediaeval prayer book which enjoyed great popularity throughout the early 16th century. First printed in 1498, the "Hortulus animae" was reissued several times in Latin and German, the later editions containing woodcut illustrations by Hans Springinklee and Erhard Schön, as does the Latin copy at hand. The woodcuts include scenes from the Bible as well as portraits of the Saints. - A contemporary ownership beneath the colophon ("Udalricus Jöstl"?); handwritten prayer, possibly by the same hand, to verso of the last page. Lacks the title-page. Some fingerstaining and signs of use; slight worming to the last two leaves, but overall in good condition. From the library of the Viennese collector Werner Habel (1939-2015) with his handwritten and stamped ownership to the pastedown, dated 1978. Rare; VD 16 lists a single location (BSB Munich). VD 16, H 5065. BM-STC German 418. Not in Adams.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2018-06-30 06:19:01
Erasmus - Euripides.
Basel, Johann Froben, Februar 1518. 8vo. 191 (1) Ss. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre, einigen Initialen und blattgrosser Druckermarke am Schluß. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit (etwas fleckig, Bünde erneuert, ohne die Schliessbänder). Seltene Ausgabe der von Erasmus zwischen 1502 und 1506 übersetzten zwei Tragödien des Euripides. Er widmete sie dem Erzbischof von Canterbury, William Warham, in einer mehrseitigen Widmungsvorrede, datiert London 24. Januar 1506 (Allen Ep. 188), und gab sie im gleichen Jahr bei Badius Ascensius in Paris zum Druck. Es folgten Ausgaben bei Aldus mit einer veränderten Vorrede 1507, und eine nicht authorisierte Ausgabe 1515. Die vorliegende ist die erste in Basel bei Johann Froben, dem inzwischen hauptsächlichen Drucker des Erasmus. Sie wurde überarbeitet und enthält wieder die urprüngliche Widmungsvorrede von 1506. Der griechische Text erschien im Druck erst 1520 in Löwen. Die Titelbordüre ist verzeichnet bei Hieronymus, Oberrheinische Buchillustration, Nr. 143. Provenienz: Bibiliothek der sizilianischen Familie der Herzöge von Caraci (zwei Wappenstempel, davon ein Blindstempel) und dem Besitzeintrag »Ex libris D. Hyacinthi Paternò Castello« auf dem Titel). - Der Name des Erasmus auf dem Titel zensiert und später handschriftlich wieder ergänzt, etwas gebräunt und mit einzelnen Anmerkungen und Unterstreichungen, sonst gutes Exemplar im ursprünglichen Einband. - Rare revised edition of Erasmus' translation of two tragedies by Euripides, dedicated to the Archbishop of Canterbury, William Warham, dated London 24 January 1506. From the library of the Du … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat [Stuttgart, Germany]
2018-06-24 03:36:04
(BIBLIA PAUPERUM).
VENEZIA, BERNARDINO VITALI, 14 LUGLIO 1518. "In-8ø; 56 cc. n. num. (la quintultima e l'ultima bianche); legatura del tempo in tutta pergamena morbida (dorso restaurato). Interessante marca tipografica al frontespizio: Guerriero che cavalca un bue entro un rettangolo; ai quattro angoli le iniziali Z.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-06-22 20:42:47
Miechowita, Maciej
[Sigmund Grim, Marx Wirsung], Kraków, 1518. Second edition. In later paper. Title in figural woodcut border. Woodcut initials throughout. (58) p.; a6, b-g3 [last blank not present]. The first accurate geographical historical and ethnographical description of Eastern Europe. Miechowa's work provides the first systematic description of the lands between the Vistula, the Don and the Caspian Sea, Russia, Ukraine, and Tartaria, or Ptolemy's Sarmatia Asiatica and Sarmatia Europea. Tractatus is also the source of the earliest authoritative information about the Rus' people and the Cossacks. The Tractatus is dedicated to Stanislav I Thurzo, bishop of the Bohemian town Olomouc, and divided into two books of which the first and longer is concerned with "Sarmatia Asiana". It gives definition and description of the different Western Asian peoples and their territorial expansions, which includes the Goths, Alans, Vandals, Swabians, Hungarians and the Tartars among them the Cossacks and Nogais people. The second book centers on "Sarmatia Europiana" and describes the parts of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (Lithuania and Samogitia) and Muscovy and the regions, the Scythian territories (Perm, Baskird, Iuhra, and Corela). Maciej Miechowita (Miechów or Miechowa; 1457-1523) was a Polish historian, astronomer, and physician, the author of the first printed history of Poland, Chronica Polonarum (1519). His treatise, Tractatus de duabus Sarmatiis Asiana et Europiana et de contentis in eis was first published by Jan Haller, also in Cracow, a few months before the present second edition (on October … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Földvári Books [Budapest, Hungary]
2018-06-09 15:57:01
Barzizius (Barzizza), Christoph:
Augsburg, Sigmund Grimm, 14.XII.1518. Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre, 63 unnum. Bl., 1 w. Bl. 4°. Älterer biegsamer Pergamentband (etwas fleckig, Vorsätze erneuert) Einzige Ausgabe des 16. Jahrhunderts, von größter Seltenheit. - VD 16, B 619; Durling 484; Hirsch/H. I, 367 (falsch 'Wien'); Panzer VI, 151, 127; nicht bei Adams, Bird, Lesky, Osler, Waller und Wellcome - Unseres Wissens eine der frühesten Einführungen in das wissenschaftliche Studium der Medizin aus der Feder des italienischen Gelehrten Christoph Barzizius. Eine Inkunabelausgabe, die 1494 in Pavia erschien, ging der hier vorliegenden voraus. "Christofo Barzizza, um 1400, aus Bergamo, Neffe des (Grammatikers) Gasparinus Barzizius, 1434-1440 Professor der Medizin zu Padua. Sicher eine von dem Humanisten gleichen Namens verschiedene Persönlichkeit" (GW 3672 zur EA Pavia 1494). - Dieser in der Offizin des Sigismund Grimm, Doktor der Medizin, entstandene Druck ist sicher als ein Versuch zu verstehen, die Erkenntnisse der berühmten italienischen medizinischen Kapazitäten aus den Universitäten Pavia und Padua nördlich der Alpen weiterzuverbreiten. Nach dem Titelblatt ist das Buch "legenti cuilibet perutile" (für jeden Leser sehr nützlich), was an eine allgemeinbildende Schrift denken läßt. Mehrfach erwähnt sind auch die iuvenes, also junge Leute, wobei man zuerst an Studenten denken wird. Jedoch hat Augsburg zu Beginn des 16. Jahrhunderts keine Universität besessen, so daß das Verlagsobjekt exportiert werden mußte oder zur Weiterbildung der in der Stadt oder im Umkreis ansässigen "fertigen" Ärzte dienen sollte. Die Schrift … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat im Hufelandhaus GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
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2018-06-04 14:39:40
Busche, Hermann von dem.
Köln, Nicolaus Caesar, 12. April 1518. 4to. 60 Bll.nnum. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf Titel und einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Späterer Pergamentband (etwas fleckig und gebogen). Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe von Hermann von dem Busches Hauptwerk, einer in acht Teile gegliederten Schrift zur Verteidigung der humanistischen Bildung, in der er das Studium der Wissenschaften und Künste, vor allem der Beredsamkeit und der Dichtkunst, gegen die Anhänger der scholastischen Methode behauptet. Das Werk wurde von Erasmus, mit dem den Verfasser eine langjährige Freundschaft verband, hoch geschätzt (vgl. Allen, Ep. IV, 1110). Hermann von dem Busche (1468-1534), der Hauptvertreter des westfälischen Humanismus, stammte aus adliger westfälischer Familie und wurde auf Burg Sassenberg bei Münster geboren. Nach Studien in Deventer, Heidelberg, Rom und Bologna kam er in seine Heimat zurück und trat eine Stelle beim Bischof von Münster Heinrich von Schwarzburg an, die er jedoch bald wieder aufgab, um sich in Köln erneut zu immatrikulieren. Während der folgenden Jahre unterrichtete er in zahlreichen norddeutschen Städten, 1502 war er in Wittenberg, 1503 in Leipzig. Ab 1507 wieder in Köln tätig, wurde er einer der wichtigsten Verteidiger Reuchlins im Judenbücherstreit. 1516 oder 1517 verliess er Köln und trat eine Stelle als Rektor der Lateinschule von Wesel an, wo er die vorliegende Schrift verfasste und sie dem dem Grafen Hermann von Neuenaar widmete. Der Druck ist einer von nur fünf bekannten Erzeugnissen des Kölner Druckers Nikolaus Caesar, die alle aus dem Jahr 1518 stammen. - Titel, letz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat [Stuttgart, Germany]
2018-06-02 06:12:13
DEL CARRETTO, Galeotto.
(In fine:) Mediolani, ex officina Minutiana kalen. Septembris M.D.xviii. impensis Ioannis Iacobi e fratrum de Legnano (Milano, 1518). in-8 (140x100 mm), (124, segn. *2, A-O8, P10). Legatura pergamena rustica coeva, conservata in elegante astuccio mod. m. pelle. Edizione originale, rarissima, di questo componimento teatrale composto verso il 1504 e dedicato a Guglielmo, marchese di Monferrato, presso la cui corte l'A. si rifugiò dopo che il suo castello di Finale fu raso al suolo dai Genovesi. E' un ''dramma allegorico'' in versi, senza la divisione in atti, che tratta un argomento profano nella forma della sacra rappresentazione, ed che include "altri componimenti come la versione in terza rima della ''Tavola di Cebete'' e il riassunto delle ''Metamorfosi'' di Apuleio" (D.B.I). Il piemontese Galeotto Del Carretto (nato nel contado di Acqui poco prima del 1455 e morto nel 1530) è personalità di spicco nell'aristocrazia, nella vita politica e culturale italiana a cavallo dei secoli XV-XVI; fu poeta, scrittore di teatro e storiografo (la sua ''Cronica di Monferrato'' in ottava rima, rimasta inedita per secoli benché fosse conosciuta e citata, ha visto la luce soltanto nel 1898, per cura di Giorcelli, nella ''Rivista di storia della prov. di Alessandria, VII, pp. 8-107"). Di lui il Vallauri, nella sua ''Storia della poesia in Piemonte'', parla a lungo e molto bene, dichiarando che ''un nostro paesano fu quegli che scrisse nel 1502 la prima tragedia italiana, la Sofonisba'' (op. cit. I, p. 71). Bell'esemplare assai puro, a grandi margini, con antica nota di possesso di ''Pietro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-06-02 05:43:02
TJASSENS, Johan.
Alden & Landis 652/198; Kress 861; Muller, America 1518; Rodrigues, Historiografia e Bibliografia do Dominio Holandes no Brasil, p. 8 and no. 111; Sabin 95872. First edition of rare and important work on regulations for maritime trade and the navy. The first part of the work deals with the hierarchy in the Board of Admiralty, naval and mercantile ships, personnel functions, and equipment of ships with arms, food, and personnel. The second part deals with the individual chartered companies, the VOC, WIC, and the whaling companies. It contains information on the East Indies, Africa, Brazil, the Caribbean, New York, and the whaling areas in Northern Europe. The contents of the chapters is outlined on a twenty-two page long table at the beginning of the work. Following Tjassens' these two parts, there are about 42 publications issued over the years by the Dutch government concerning these topics. "The chapters XIV-XXX of this valuable book contain the history of the West-India-Company, with reprints of the original documents (Octroyen, pp. 222-258). This first edition is scarce" (Muller).Paste-downs never pasted down; occasional minor waterstains in lower outer corner, otherwise in very good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-04-22 07:37:12
Irenicus, Franciscus (d. i. Franz Friedlieb).
Hagenau, Thomas Anshelm für Johann Koberger in Nürnberg. Ca. 29 x 21,5 cm. 6 Blätter, 231 (falsch 221) Blätter, 29 Blätter, mit teils ganzseitigen schematischen Holzschnitten im Text, 7 (davon 6 gefalteten) schematischen Holzschnitt-Tafeln, großer Druckermarke am Ende und einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Pergamentband mit spanischen Kanten und handgeschriebenem Rückentitel. Erste Ausgabe. VD16 F 2815. Verfasst im Alter von 23 Jahren von dem aus dem badischen Ettlingen stammenden Reformator Franz Friedlieb, "ein Zeugnis des Patriotismus und der nationalen Begeisterung, eine Beschreibung Deutschlands auf historischer Grundlage" (NDB X, 178f.). "Es ist. nicht zu übersehen, daß er einer der ersten war, der sich der Geschichte der Deutschen annahm" (ADB XIV, 583). Friedlieb (1495-1559 oder 1564) lernte wie Melanchthon an der Pforzheimer Lateinschule unter Georg Simler, studierte dann zu Heidelberg und Tübingen, und wurde schließlich Mitglied des Heidelberger Universitätsrates, dann Rektor des Katharinenkontuberniums in Heidelberg, Vertrauter Melanchthons, Peutingers, Pirckheimers und Reuchlins. Er war zugegen, als Luther am 26. April 1518 debattierte, und sympathisierte fortan mit dessen Ansichten. 1522 trat er als Stiftsherr und Hofprediger in die Dienste des Markgrafen Philipp I. von Baden, dann Pfarrer und Gründer der Lateinschule zu Gemmingen, wo Chyträus sein Schüler war. Mit einem Vorwort von Willibald Pirckheimer. Die Beschreibung Nürnbergs von Konrad Celtis war schon 1502 separat erschienen und ist hier zum zweiten Mal abgedruckt. Die Initialen stammen vom Meister Gabriel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Rainer Schlicht [Berlin, Germany]
2018-04-20 20:25:32
Aldine - Pontanus, Johannes Iovianus
Venedig, Aldus Manutius und Andreas Torresanus, Februar, 1518. Fol. 170 (144 und 165 weiß), 1 Bl.. Mit 2 wiederholten Holzschnitt-Druckermarken. 8°. Rot-brauner Kalbslederband (um 1700) mit reicher Goldprägung im Fächerstil. Der italienische Humanist Giovanni Pontano (1427-1503), Philosoph, Poet und Historiker, war Staatssekretär, Schatz- und Kammerpräsident unter den neapolitanischen Königen Ferdinand I und II, Alfons I und II; ihm wird das eleganteste Latein seiner Zeit nachgesagt. Vorliegendes Werk ist der zweite Band einer Werkausgabe und die einzige Ausgabe der Liebeslyrik, die bei Aldus erschien: "Cette seconde partie des poésies de Pontanus est plus rare que la première, parce que les Alde n'en ont donné qu'une seule édit." (Brunet IV, 807). BM STC Italian 533; vgl. ausführlich Jöcher III, 1689f und auch Poggendorff II, 499; Renouard 85.10. Minimal berieben; Hinterdeckel mit 2 fast unsichtbaren Wurmlöchlein; zwischen Bl. 17 und 24 mit schwachem Wasserrand; verso letztem Bl. (mit Aldus-Druckermarke) wohl juvenile Glosse: "Silva Bucolicorum. Auctore Valerio Cornu". Insgesamt ein prachtvolles Exemplar eines Fächer-Einbandes in vorzüglichen Erhaltung.
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Germany]
2018-03-27 16:50:01
KEMPIS, Thomas. GERSON, Joannis.
Joannis gerson parisiensis cancellarii: doctorisq; moralissimi: de imitatione christi: de mundi: & omnium uanitatum contemptu: libri quatuor: in quibus totius humane ute series luculentissime absoluitur. Adiuncto isupe eiusdem auctoris: de meditatiõe cordis eximio tractatu. Nouissime post omnes impressiones ubiq; locorum excussas: collatis multis exemplaribus: affati recogniti: cunctisq: mendis & erroribus expurgati. [.] [Cólofon]: Finiunt libri quattuor Ioannis gerson: parisiensis cancellarii de mundi: & omnium uanitatum contemptu: una cum eiusdem elegâti tractatu de cordis meditatione. Nouissime post omnes impressiones ubi qz locorum excussas: affatim recogniti; cunctisq; mendis & erroribus expurgati. impressi uenetis suma diligentia per Caesarem arriuabenum venetum. Anno domini milesimo quigetesimo decimooctauo diero nono nouembris. [Caesare Arrivabenum, Veneza, 1518]. In 8º (de 14,2x10 cm). Com 88 fólios (numeração romana II - LXXXVII (e último fólio 88 não numerado). Encadernação do século XIX/XX inteira de pele ao gosto da época com ferros rolados a seco em ambas as pastas e na lombada. Exemplar com ex-libris do famoso bibliófilo e bibliógrafo Victor Avila Perez e com leves trabalhos de traça marginais sem afectar a parte gráfica. Ilustrado com letras capitulares decorativas e a marca tipográfica do impressor no cólofon. Post-Incunábulo, impresso em Veneza em 1518. É uma das primeirasedições impressas desta famosa obra do renascimento, impressa pela primeira vez por Gunther Zainer em Augsburg (Alemanha) no ano de 1472. A Imitação de Cristo é o segundo livro mais publi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-24 15:03:00
PLINIUS CAECILIUS SECUNDUS.
(Milano, Jo. e Jac. Fratelli da Legnano, 1518). In - folio; 8, 254 carte con bordura al titolo che racchiude la grande marca tipografica dei Da Legnano e 10 incisioni nel testo. Legatura del '700 in tutta pergamena rigida, tasselli dipinti al dorso con piccoli fregi e titolo impresso in oro, tagli marmorizzati. Da pagina 237 alla fine l'angolo alto esterno bianco appare leggermente e progressivamente corroso, ben lungi dal testo. Esemplare proveniente dalla biblioteca Sormani Andreani Verri (ex libris a stampa al contropiatto anteriore). Edizione di estrema rarit.... Si conoscono in biblioteche pubbliche solo gli esemplari dell'Archivio Storico e della biblioteca Trivulziana. Una bella xilografia alla prima carta, nella quale fa spicco la bordura su fondo nero animata da figure, motivi decorativi e ritratti, e 10 grandi vignette impresse da 5 legni, ripresi da modelli veneziani, illustrano il volume. L?Epistolario Š l'opera maggiore a noi pervenuta di Plinio il Giovane; si tratta di una raccolta di lettere (oltre duecento dirette a pi-- di cento destinatari, scritte tra la fine del I secolo e l?inizio del II d.C.) suddivise in nove libri ai quali si aggiunge un decimo libro che contiene la corrispondenza tra l?autore e l?imperatore Traiano e il famoso Panegirico a questi dedicato. Il testo di Plinio Š accompagnato dalla biografia dell?autore e dall?ampio commento di Giovanni Maria Cattaneo, umanista allievo di Giorgio Merula, attivo a Milano al principio del secolo XVI. Sander 5765. Kristeller 284. Bologna 389. Sandal, Edit. e tip. a Milano nel '500, III n. 686.
Bookseller: Mediolanum [IT]
2018-03-19 20:21:23
Valla, L. / Pomponius Laetus:
Basel Cratander / Strasbourg Schuerer 1510, 1518. Complete. Contemporary vellum.
Bookseller: Dinter [Cologne, N/A, Germany]
2018-03-10 19:54:42
Robert Holkot
In-4°; cc. (222) compresa l'ultima bianca. Frontespizio entro cornice xilografica figurata con immagini dei Padri della Chiesa; una nota di possesso manoscritta Car. M. A. Columna, e una leggermente abrasa. Testo su due colonne; capilettera figurati incisi su legno. All'ultima pagina grande bellissima la marca tipografica xilografica di Clein. Contiene anche De imputabilitate peccati, Determinationes e una sintetica biografia in cui si ricordano anche le opere e la morte per peste nel 1349. Legatura in piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Edizione originale. Robert Holkot, predicatore e dotto teologo inglese appartenne alla prima generazione di discepoli di Ockham. Il piatto inferiore e le ultime carte hanno subito una molto marginale perdita, che non intacca il testo. colonna
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-02-25 06:09:47
Pontanus, Johannes Iovianus:
Venedig, Aldus Manutius und Andreas Torresanus, Februar, 1518. Fol. 170 (144 und 165 weiß), 1 Bl.. Mit 2 wiederholten Holzschnitt-Druckermarken. 8°. Rot-brauner Kalbslederband (um 1700) mit reicher Goldprägung im Fächerstil. Der italienische Humanist Giovanni Pontano (1427-1503), Philosoph, Poet und Historiker, war Staatssekretär, Schatz- und Kammerpräsident unter den neapolitanischen Königen Ferdinand I und II, Alfons I und II; ihm wird das eleganteste Latein seiner Zeit nachgesagt. Vorliegendes Werk ist der zweite Band einer Werkausgabe und die einzige Ausgabe der Liebeslyrik, die bei Aldus erschien: "Cette seconde partie des poésies de Pontanus est plus rare que la permière, parce que les Alde n'en ont donné qu'une seule édit." (Brunet IV, 807). BM STC Italian 533; vgl. ausführlich Jöcher III, 1689f und auch Poggendorff II, 499; Renouard 85.10. Minimal berieben; Hinterdeckel mit 2 fast unsichtbaren Wurmlöchlein; zwischen Bl. 17 und 24 mit schwachem Wasserrand; verso letztem Bl. (mit Aldus-Druckermarke) wohl juvenile Kritzeleien: "Silva Bucolicorum. Auctore Valerio Cornu". Insgesamt ein prachtvolles Exemplar eines Fächer-Einbandes in vorzüglichen Erhaltung.
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2018-02-19 11:09:19
CAESAR Caius Iulius
Venetiis, in aedibus Aldi et Andreae soceri,1518-1519, - in-8, ff. (16, ult. b.), 296 (il f. 263 b.); leg. ottoc. m. pelle, tit. e filetti oro al dorso, tagli rossi. Impresa tipogr. sul tit., ripetuta al v. del f. 264 (che reca anche il primo colophon con la data ''mense ianuario 1518'') ed al v. dell'ult. f. (al cui recto leggesi il secondo colophon con data ''mense novemb. 1519''). Corredato di 2 carte topogr. su doppia pag. (Galia e penisola iberica) e 5 figure silogr. a piena pag. Seconda edizione aldina, ristampa esatta della prima del 1513 con le stesse prefazioni di Aldo (al lettore) e dell'architetto veronese Giovanni Giocondo (a Giuliano de' Medici). Il testo termina col f. 262 e col 265 inizia l'indice alfabetico compilato da Raimondo Marliano. Esempl. assai puro, con rare postille d'antica mano nei margini, appartenuto ad Alexander Aldrisius (firma sul f. B7). Renouard 88.11. UCLA II, 163. Adams C-29. BMC 135. Censimento 16 CNC 8155 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Italy]
2018-02-19 11:08:06
CAESAR Caius Iulius
in-8, ff. (16, ult. b.), 296 (il f. 263 b.); leg. ottoc. m. pelle, tit. e filetti oro al dorso, tagli rossi. Impresa tipogr. sul tit., ripetuta al v. del f. 264 (che reca anche il primo colophon con la data ''mense ianuario 1518'') ed al v. dell'ult. f. (al cui recto leggesi il secondo colophon con data ''mense novemb. 1519''). Corredato di 2 carte topogr. su doppia pag. (Galia e penisola iberica) e 5 figure silogr. a piena pag. Seconda edizione aldina, ristampa esatta della prima del 1513 con le stesse prefazioni di Aldo (al lettore) e dell'architetto veronese Giovanni Giocondo (a Giuliano de' Medici). Il testo termina col f. 262 e col 265 inizia l'indice alfabetico compilato da Raimondo Marliano. Esempl. assai puro, con rare postille d'antica mano nei margini, appartenuto ad Alexander Aldrisius (firma sul f. B7).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-02-17 21:10:32
CAESAR Caius Iulius
Venetiis, in aedibus Aldi et Andreae soceri,1518-1519. in-8, ff. (16, ult. b.), 296 (il f. 263 b.); leg. ottoc. m. pelle, tit. e filetti oro al dorso, tagli rossi. Impresa tipogr. sul tit., ripetuta al v. del f. 264 (che reca anche il primo colophon con la data ''mense ianuario 1518'') ed al v. dell'ult. f. (al cui recto leggesi il secondo colophon con data ''mense novemb. 1519''). Corredato di 2 carte topogr. su doppia pag. (Galia e penisola iberica) e 5 figure silogr. a piena pag. Seconda edizione aldina, ristampa esatta della prima del 1513 con le stesse prefazioni di Aldo (al lettore) e dell'architetto veronese Giovanni Giocondo (a Giuliano de' Medici). Il testo termina col f. 262 e col 265 inizia l'indice alfabetico compilato da Raimondo Marliano. Esempl. assai puro, con rare postille d'antica mano nei margini, appartenuto ad Alexander Aldrisius (firma sul f. B7). Renouard 88.11. UCLA II, 163. Adams C-29. BMC 135. Censimento 16 CNC 8155 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-02-13 17:23:09
PULCI (Luca)
S.l.n.d. (Impresso in Firenze : per Bernardo di Philippo di Giunta, 1518 adi 24 settembre). Petit in-4 (139 x 91 mm), broché, couverture de papier peint ancien, 39 f. (sur 44). Précoce édition, donnée par Bernardo di Philippo di Giunta à Florence. Issu d'une famille noble mais déchue, frère aîné du plus célèbre Luigi, Luca Pulci (1431-1470) composa, en exil, ces lettres adressées au jeune Laurent de Médicis dans l’espoir d’obtenir son retour à Florence. Composées sur le modèle des Héroïdes d’Ovide, ces lettres obtinrent un très vif succès dans les cercles littéraires des Médicis et un large succès d’édition aux XVe et XVIe siècle. Quelques rousseurs et piqûres éparses. Exemplaire incomplet du feuillet 36 ainsi que des 4 derniers feuillets. "Edition fort rare". (edit16.iccu.sbn.it, Identificativo:CNCE 55265. Graesse, 'Trésor de livres rares, V, 507). Bon exemplaire. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL [PARIS, France]
2018-02-06 07:45:23
Ovidio (Publius Ovidius Naso)
in aedibus Ioannis Tacuini de Tridino, 1518. Folio (cm. 31,5), 46 cc., 2 cc.nn. (di cui l’ultima bianca). Frontespizio entro ricca cornice ornata, capilettera figurati su fondo nero e 5 grandi vignette xilografiche (unito) Amorum Libri tres. De medicamine faciei libellus: et nux. iinfinitis pene erroribus e manuscriptis exemplaribus emaculati. Una cum Dominici Marii Nigri Veneti luculentissimis enarrationibus: addito indice eorum: quae digna notatu visa sunt. His insuper accedunt Pulex & Philomela: licet falso Nasoni adscribantur, 6 cc.nn., 89 cc., 1 c.nn. (bianca). Frontespizio entro ricca cornice ornata, num.si capilettera figurati (di cui alcuni su fondo nero) e tre grandi vignette xilografiche. Marca tipografica al colophon. Legatura d’origine in piena pergamena rigida con carte di guardia manoscritte su pergamena (dorso rinnovato, lievi abrasioni ai piatti e restauri agli angoli). Tagli azzurri. Un quaderno uniformemente ingiallito e angolo inferiore dell’ultima carta bianca della seconda opera risarcito, altrimenti esemplare freschissimo ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Entrambe edizioni rarissime non presenti né in Adams, né in Br. Libr., né in Brunet. Per la seconda opera cfr. Graesse (V, p. 74).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.
2018-02-04 16:16:08
DEL CARRETTO, Galeotto.
del molto magnifico et celeberrimo poeta signor Galeotto marchese Dal Carretto. (In fine:) Mediolani, ex officina Minutiana kalen. Septembris M.D.xviii. impensis Ioannis Iacobi e fratrum de Legnano (Milano, 1518). in-8, ff. (124, segn. *2, A-O8, P10). Legatura p. perg. rustica coeva, conservata in elegante astuccio mod. m. pelle. Edizione originale, rarissima, di questo componimento teatrale composto verso il 1504 e dedicato a Guglielmo, marchese di Monferrato, presso la cui corte, l'A. si rifugiò dopo che il suo castello di Finale fu raso al suolo dai Genovesi. E' un ''dramma allegorico'' in versi, senza la divisione in atti, che tratta un argomento profano nella forma della sacra rappresentazione, ed che include "altri componimenti come la versione in terza rima della ''Tavola di Cebete'' e il riassunto delle ''Metamorfosi'' di Apuleio" (D.B.I). Il piemontese Galeotto Del Carretto (nato nel contado di Acqui poco prima del 1455 e morto nel 1530) è personalità di spicco nell'aristocrazia, nella vita politica e culturale italiana a cavallo dei secoli XV-XVI; fu poeta, scrittore di teatro e storiografo (la sua ''Cronica di Monferrato'' in ottava rima, rimasta inedita per secoli benché fosse conosciuta e citata, ha visto la luce soltanto nel 1898, per cura di Giorcelli, nella ''Rivista di storia della prov. di Alessandria, VII, pp. 8-107). Di lui il Vallauri, nella sua ''Storia della poesia in Piemonte'', parla a lungo e molto bene, dichiarando che ''un nostro paesano fu quegli che scrisse nel 1502 la prima tragedia italiana, la Sofonisba'' (op. cit. I, p. 71). Bell'esemplare … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2018-02-03 18:26:30
CICERO M.T.
in Aedibus Aldi, 1518. Cm. 17, cc. 305 (1). Legatura settecentesca in piena pelle con il bel piatto anteriore originale decorato del '500 applicato, dorso a nervi. Tagli dorati e decorati. Esemplare purtroppo scompleto del primo quaderno di 12 cc. Peraltro ben conservato. Cfr. Renouard p. 85.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [IT]
2018-02-03 05:57:49
Ovidio (Publius Ovidius Naso)
in aedibus Ioannis Tacuini de Tridino 1518 die XX Februarij (al colophon), Impressum Venetiis. Legatura d origine in piena pergamena rigida con carte di guardia manoscritte su pergamena (dorso rinnovato, lievi abrasioni ai piatti e restauri agli angoli). Tagli azzurri. Un quaderno uniformemente ingiallito e angolo inferiore dell ultima carta bianca della seconda opera risarcito, altrimenti esemplare freschissimo ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Entrambe edizioni rarissime non presenti né in Adams, né in Br. Libr., né in Brunet. Per la seconda opera cfr. Graesse (V, p. 74). Folio (cm. 31,5), 46 cc., 2 cc.nn. (di cui l ultima bianca). Frontespizio entro ricca cornice ornata, capilettera figurati su fondo nero e 5 grandi vignette xilografiche (unito) Amorum Libri tres. De medicamine faciei libellus: et nux. iinfinitis pene erroribus e manuscriptis exemplaribus emaculati. Una cum Dominici Marii Nigri Veneti luculentissimis enarrationibus: addito indice eorum: quae digna notatu visa sunt. His insuper accedunt Pulex & Philomela: licet falso Nasoni adscribantur, 6 cc.nn., 89 cc., 1 c.nn. (bianca). Frontespizio entro ricca cornice ornata, num.si capilettera figurati (di cui alcuni su fondo nero) e tre grandi vignette xilografiche. Marca tipografica al colophon. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2018-02-02 04:27:17
Aeschylus:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-02-01 00:34:23
Neo-latine, Parentes et filii - Mancinelli, Antonio Post-Incunabula
Used [Publisher: Tacuinus de Tridino] 1518
Bookseller: amazon.de
2018-01-23 22:18:40
Castellesi Adriano
Ioannem Frobenium,, Basel, 1518. In 4° (20 x 15). Pp. 422. Magnifica illustrazione xilografica al titolo, altra superba bordura in principio al testo. Alcune firme ms coeve di appartenenza al titolo. Margini contenuti ma buon esemplare solido e fresco in legatura germanica antica mezza pergamena, titolo oro al dorso. Bella edizione (1.a Roma 1515) di una delle opere più significative della storia grammaticale e della locuzione latina, compilata dal discusso cardinale, che fu molto vicino ad Alessandro VI, in particolare nel sostegno delle politiche in chiave antifrancese. Oltre che un’apprezzabile produzione poetica, è l’opera più importante di Castellesi, tentativo di catalogare la letteratura latina in periodi antiquissimum, antiquum, perfectum e infine imperfectum per l’età successiva a Cicerone, del quale il C. era un convinto sostenitore. ADAMS, C-898. VD16, C-1454. IA: 133.460.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTIQUARIA PIEMONTESE [TORINO, Italy]
2017-12-30 16:37:26
FICINO (Marsilio) ou FICIN (Marsile)
[Au colophon]: Venetiis, Caesarem Arrivabenum [Venise, Cesare Arrivabene], mars 1518. Petit in-8, plein vélin rigide de l'époque, dos lisse titré à la plume, XCV (95) f. Précoce édition vénitienne publiée par l'humaniste, philologue et juriste Lucas Panetius, imprimée sur les presses du typographe vénitien Cesare Arrivabene, dont la grande marque figure en colophon. L'oeuvre capitale de Marsile Ficin dans l'élaboration de la synthèse, alors proprement révolutionnaire, entre révélation chrétienne et "théologie platonicienne". L'auteur aboutit à une nouvelle apologétique fondée sur une "docta religio" et une "pia philosophia". Alors que les proches maîtres padouans prônent Aristote, Ficin stigmatise son matérialisme et son panthéisme pour déclarer qu' "avec quelques changements, les platoniciens seraient chrétiens". (EDIT 16 CNCE 18935. Manque à STC et à Adams). Petite réparation de papier en pied de la page de titre sans perte de texte. Ex-libris manuscrit de l'époque avec blason au titre : "Fides Perpetua unio Heterna" et cachet de bibliothèque. Bon exemplaire, relié à l'époque.
Bookseller: Librairie Hatchuel [FR]
2017-12-30 05:34:12
MORE (Thomas) ou MORUS
1518. Ensemble de deux ouvrages reliés en un volume in-4 (203x152 mm), vélin rigide de l'époque, dos lisse titré à la plume. Quatrième édition de 'l'Utopie' de Thomas More, la dernière parue du vivant de l'auteur et corrigée par ses soins. "La perfection du texte, le souci apporté aussi bien au contenu qu'à la présentation graphique et esthétique faite par Hans Holbein font de cette édition de l'Utopie l'un des plus beaux documents et des plus hauts monuments de la littérature et de la pensée moderne" ('5e centenaire de la naissance de Thomas More. L'Utopie', Catalogue de l'exposition bibliographique au Centre Culturel Portugais, Paris, Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian, 1977, n°4). La deuxième partie de l'ouvrage contient les 'Épigrammes' en seconde édition. L'illustration, entièrement gravée sur bois, se compose d'un bel encadrement d'Hans Holbein sur le titre, répété en tête de la préface, d'une carte à pleine page de l'île d'Utopie gravée par Ambrosius Holbein, d'une vignette à mi-page du même artiste représentant John Clement, Raphael Hythloday, Thomas More et Peter Gillis au début du texte, de grandes lettrines historiées par Urs Graf, Hans et Ambrosius Holbein, d'un second encadrement sur le titre intermédiaire des Épigrammes et de deux marques typographiques de Froben. On trouve aussi, en regard de la carte d'Utopie, une savoureuse représentation de l'alphabet utopien conçu par Pieter Gillis. La troisième partie de l'édition, contenant une réimpression des Épigrammes d'Érasme, n'a pas été reliée dans cet exemplaire. On a relié à la suite, en revanche, un intéressant rec … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Hatchuel [FR]
2017-12-25 00:15:57
FICINO (Marsilio) ou FICIN (Marsile)
[Au colophon]: Venetiis, Caesarem Arrivabenum [Venise, Cesare Arrivabene], mars 1518. Petit in-8, plein vélin rigide de l'époque, dos lisse titré à la plume, XCV (95) f. Précoce édition vénitienne publiée par l'humaniste, philologue et juriste Lucas Panetius, imprimée sur les presses du typographe vénitien Cesare Arrivabene, dont la grande marque figure en colophon. L'oeuvre capitale de Marsile Ficin dans l'élaboration de la synthèse, alors proprement révolutionnaire, entre révélation chrétienne et "théologie platonicienne". L'auteur aboutit à une nouvelle apologétique fondée sur une "docta religio" et une "pia philosophia". Alors que les proches maîtres padouans prônent Aristote, Ficin stigmatise son matérialisme et son panthéisme pour déclarer qu' "avec quelques changements, les platoniciens seraient chrétiens". (EDIT 16 CNCE 18935. Manque à STC et à Adams). Petite réparation de papier en pied de la page de titre sans perte de texte. Ex-libris manuscrit de l'époque avec blason au titre : "Fides Perpetua unio Heterna" et cachet de bibliothèque. Bon exemplaire, relié à l'époque.
Bookseller: Librairie Hatchuel [FR]
2017-12-21 15:00:01
(München, H. Schobser, 1518). Kl.-Folio. 35 (o.d.l.w.) nn., CLXIX num. (davon CLIII/IV gefaltet), 1 weißes Bl. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt von Caspar Clofigl u. doppelblattgroßem Stammbaumholzschnitt. Alter Interims-Pappband (berieben u. bestoßen). Erste Ausgabe der 1518 beschlossenen Reformation, "welche Privatrecht, Malefiz und Process zum Inhalte hat, hält an dem alten Landrecht und den einheimischen Grundsätzen fest" (Stobbe). Das Werk wurde um 1535 und nochmals um 1545 (in 2 Satzvarianten) von Schobsers Sohn Andreas nachgedruckt, undatiert, kollationsgleich u. mit gleichem Titeltext. Als Titelillustration hier der auch für die beiden Drucke von 1545, nicht jedoch für die Ausgabe 1535 verwendete Originalholzschnitt des Münchener Hofmalers Clofigl, die beiden Herzöge Wilhelm IV. u. Ludwig v. Bayern mit dem Landeswappen zeigend. Sicheres Unterscheidungsmerkmal der verschiedenen Drucke bilden nach Schottenloher die in den Ausgaben von 1535 u. 1545 zunehmend eingesetzten Frakturtypen Andreas Schobsers. - Leicht gebräunt u. durchgehend wasserrandig. Titel u. wenige Lagen mit kl. Wurmspuren, Titel seitlich verstärkt, Titel- u. Stammbaumholzschnitt angeschnitten. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip [Germany]
2017-12-17 00:36:50
FICINO (Marsilio) ou FICIN (Marsile)
[Au colophon]: Venetiis, Caesarem Arrivabenum [Venise, Cesare Arrivabene], mars 1518. Petit in-8, plein vélin rigide de l'époque, dos lisse titré à la plume, XCV (95) f. Précoce édition vénitienne publiée par l’humaniste, philologue et juriste Lucas Panetius, imprimée sur les presses du typographe vénitien Cesare Arrivabene, dont la grande marque figure en colophon. L’oeuvre capitale de Marsile Ficin dans l’élaboration de la synthèse, alors proprement révolutionnaire, entre révélation chrétienne et "théologie platonicienne". L’auteur aboutit à une nouvelle apologétique fondée sur une "docta religio" et une "pia philosophia". Alors que les proches maîtres padouans prônent Aristote, Ficin stigmatise son matérialisme et son panthéisme pour déclarer qu’ "avec quelques changements, les platoniciens seraient chrétiens". (EDIT 16 CNCE 18935. Manque à STC et à Adams). Petite réparation de papier en pied de la page de titre sans perte de texte. Ex-libris manuscrit de l’époque avec blason au titre : "Fides Perpetua unio Heterna" et cachet de bibliothèque. Bon exemplaire, relié à l’époque. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL [PARIS, France]
2017-12-13 08:23:51
LUTHER (Martin)
Leipzig, Melchior Lotter, 1518. 1 vol. in-4°, cartonnage bradel moderne recouvert d'un feuillet imprimé rubriqué du Xve siècle. (18) ff. Signatures : [A-C]4 D6. Nombreuses annotations marginales du XVIe siècle, en partie coupées à la reliure, petit raccommodage au feuillet de titre, qq. rousseurs. Seconde édition parue la même année que l'édition originale d'Augsbourg. Il s'agit d'une interprétation très enthousiaste de Luther sur le psaume 110, Dixit dominus, qui annonce l'arrivée du Messie. Luther l'écrivit en allemand de manière à diffuser ses idées au plus grand nombre. Cette seconde édition est introduite par une dédicace de l'humaniste et ami de Luther Georg Spalatim à Hieronymus Ebner, bourgeois de Nurenberg. Benzing & Claus, 229; Graesse IV, 301; Panzer, 896g; USTC, 614458.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2017-12-11 11:04:56
Ruscelli Girolamo ( 1518 - 1566 ) Venedig
Artist: Ruscelli Girolamo ( - 1566 ) Venedig; issued in: Venice; date: ca 1564. - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 18 x 25; - description : Map shows the Caucasus in trapezoid projection with the the sea of Azov and patly the black sea with the peninsula Krim; - vita of the artist: Girolamo Ruscelli (1518-1566) was an Italian polymath, humanist, editor, and cartographer active in Venice during the early 16th century. Ruscelli is best known for his important revision of Ptolemy's Geographia, which was published post humously in 1574. It is generally assumed that Alexius Pedemontanus was a pseudonym of Girolamo Ruscelli. In a later work, Ruscelli reported that the Secreti contained the experimental results of an ëAcademy of Secretsí that he and a group of humanists and noblemen founded in Naples in the 1540s. Ruscelliís academy is the first recorded example of an experimental scientific society. The academy was later imitated by Giambattista Della Porta, who founded an ëAccademia dei Secretií in Naples in the 1560s.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-12-11 11:04:56
Ruscelli Girolamo ( 1518 - 1566 ) Venedig
Artist: Ruscelli Girolamo ( - 1566 ) Venedig; issued in: Venice; date: ca 1564. - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 18 x 24,5; - description : Map depicts trapezoid , complete Germany, showing ; wild; animals in the countrie.; - vita of the artist: Girolamo Ruscelli (1518-1566) was an Italian polymath, humanist, editor, and cartographer active in Venice during the early 16th century. Ruscelli is best known for his important revision of Ptolemy's Geographia, which was published post humously in 1574. It is generally assumed that Alexius Pedemontanus was a pseudonym of Girolamo Ruscelli. In a later work, Ruscelli reported that the Secreti contained the experimental results of an ëAcademy of Secretsí that he and a group of humanists and noblemen founded in Naples in the 1540s. Ruscelliís academy is the first recorded example of an experimental scientific society. The academy was later imitated by Giambattista Della Porta, who founded an ëAccademia dei Secretií in Naples in the 1560s.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-12-11 11:04:56
Ruscelli Girolamo (1518 - 1566) Venice
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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2017-12-10 19:47:43
Columna, Guido de)
Mit Holzschnitt-Titel und 113 tls. wiederholten Textholzschnitten. 95 nummerierte Bll., 1 w. Bl. Holzdeckelband im Stil d. Zt. mit Lederrücken. 32,5 x 23 cm. VD16 H 5680 (4 Standorte) Goed. I, 372, 6,6 Gotzkowsky 245, 11 Heitz/Ritter 680 Muller 123, 88 Muther 1518. - 13. deutsche Ausgabe, die zweite, die im 16. Jahrhundert gedruckt worden ist und die erste bei Knobloch, noch mit den Holzschnitten Kistlers von 1499 illustriert. Von der Übersetzung Hans Mairs sind drei Varianten bekannt, diese stammt ursprünglich aus dem Jahr 1391 und erschien 1494 erstmals in gedruckter Form. Der große Titelholzschnitt mit der Erstürmung und der Zerstörung der Stadt Troja ist vermutlich für den Druck der vorliegenden Ausgabe hergestellt worden. Die Textholzschnitte stammen aus Kistlers Troja - Ausgabe und seinem Straßburger Druck "Montevilla" (dazu Hain Copinger 10651 und Schramm Straßburger Drucker, Teil 2 (Bilderschmuck 20), Tafel 1931), sie wurden zumeist seitlich beschnitten, bzw. durch zusätzliche ornamentale Leisten an den Seiten dem Satzspiegel angepasst. Sie messen ca. 75 x 130 mm (einer 200 x 135 mm). - Tls. etwas gebräunt und fleckig. Einige alte Unterstreichungen, wenigen Anmerkungen und Notizen. Tls. etwas feuchtfleckig. einige wenige kleine Wurmlöcher. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar der seltenen Ausgabe!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2017-12-07 20:00:20
SPENGLER, Lazarus 1479-1534
1518. J.S. Bach used Spengler's hymns in his cantatas 18 and 109.. 150 x 214 mm., incorporating a separate armorial-style engraving identifying the subject, his age, and date of the engraving's execution. Foxed; trimmed; laid down to mount, with early 19th century manuscript notes to lower portion. Together with another engraving of Spengler kneeling in prayer, 161 x 93 mm. Trimmed; laid down to mount.
Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC [U.S.A.]
2017-12-07 13:27:57
Ruscelli Girolamo ( 1518 - 1566 ) Venedig
Artist: Ruscelli Girolamo ( - 1566 ) Venedig; issued in: Venice; date: ca 1564. - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 18 x 25; - description : Map shows in trapezoid representation, eastern Europe with the coasts of total Italy and the Adriatic sea. Kroatia, Dalmatia, Slowenia and Serbia.; - vita of the artist: Girolamo Ruscelli (1518-1566) was an Italian polymath, humanist, editor, and cartographer active in Venice during the early 16th century. Ruscelli is best known for his important revision of Ptolemy's Geographia, which was published post humously in 1574. It is generally assumed that Alexius Pedemontanus was a pseudonym of Girolamo Ruscelli. In a later work, Ruscelli reported that the Secreti contained the experimental results of an ëAcademy of Secretsí that he and a group of humanists and noblemen founded in Naples in the 1540s. Ruscelliís academy is the first recorded example of an experimental scientific society. The academy was later imitated by Giambattista Della Porta, who founded an ëAccademia dei Secretií in Naples in the 1560s.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-12-07 13:27:57
Ruscelli Girolamo ( 1518 - 1566 ) Venedig
Artist: Ruscelli Girolamo ( - 1566 ) Venedig; issued in: Venice; date: ca 1564. - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 18 x 24; - description : Map shows eastern Europe with the coasts of total Italy and the Adriatic sea. Kroatia, Dalmatia, Slowenia and Serbia.; - vita of the artist: Girolamo Ruscelli (1518-1566) was an Italian polymath, humanist, editor, and cartographer active in Venice during the early 16th century. Ruscelli is best known for his important revision of Ptolemy's Geographia, which was published post humously in 1574. It is generally assumed that Alexius Pedemontanus was a pseudonym of Girolamo Ruscelli. In a later work, Ruscelli reported that the Secreti contained the experimental results of an ëAcademy of Secretsí that he and a group of humanists and noblemen founded in Naples in the 1540s. Ruscelliís academy is the first recorded example of an experimental scientific society. The academy was later imitated by Giambattista Della Porta, who founded an ëAccademia dei Secretií in Naples in the 1560s.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-12-07 13:27:57
Ruscelli Girolamo ( 1518 - 1566 ) Venedig
Artist: Ruscelli Girolamo ( - 1566 ) Venedig; issued in: Venice; date: ca 1564. - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 18 x 24; - description : Map shows Rumania, Bulgaria, Mazzedonia, Dalmatia, Serbia; - vita of the artist: Girolamo Ruscelli (1518-1566) was an Italian polymath, humanist, editor, and cartographer active in Venice during the early 16th century. Ruscelli is best known for his important revision of Ptolemy's Geographia, which was published post humously in 1574. It is generally assumed that Alexius Pedemontanus was a pseudonym of Girolamo Ruscelli. In a later work, Ruscelli reported that the Secreti contained the experimental results of an ëAcademy of Secretsí that he and a group of humanists and noblemen founded in Naples in the 1540s. Ruscelliís academy is the first recorded example of an experimental scientific society. The academy was later imitated by Giambattista Della Porta, who founded an ëAccademia dei Secretií in Naples in the 1560s.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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