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2020-08-04 02:20:22
Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus
Venice, Italy: Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem, 1519. Very good condition. [PLINY THE YOUNGER (Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus)]. C. Pli. Caecilii Junioris Nouocomensis Plinii Secundi Veronensis Nepotis libri Epistolarum nouem addito nu[n]c [et] Decimo cum Panegyrico.i.oratione de laudibus Traiani I[m]peratoris una cum luculentissima Ioannis Mariae Catanaei expositione his omnibus libris adiuncta felice sydere incipiunt : quarum diligentissime nuper recogniti fideliterque impressi. Venetiis [Venice]: per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellensem. Anno Dni. M.CCCCC.XIX. [1519] Die. XV. Decembris [December 15]. Hardcover. Folio (315 x 220 mm), ff. [4], CCXLVII (247 leaves numbered in Roman numerals). Signatures: .[ ]4 a10 b-z⁸ [&]⁶ A-G⁸. Modern vellum binding. Title-page with woodcut device and surrounding border with dolphin motifs. Imprint from colophon: 'Venetiis per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem Anno Dni MCCCCCXIX. Die XV Decembris'. Latin text in Roman letter in up to 46 lines, interspersed with occasional words and paragraphs in Greek, with surrounding commentary in small characters in lines of sixty and shoulder notes. Index at front in four columns on unpaginated leaves. Numerous and variable decorative woodcut floriated and historiated capitals. Ten repeat woodcut illustrations of Pliny working at a desk. Terminal blank present. Condition: Collated complete. Binding secure. Head perhaps a little short, otherwise margins correct. Largely fresh interior, the leaves generally very clean with very occasional signs of light browning. No marginalia or inking. Scarce post-incunabulum. Paypal on … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-08-01 11:42:02
Juvenalis, Decimus Junius and Aulus Persius Flaccus
Haeredes Philippi Juntae, 1519. Second edition thus. Limp vellum. Sm. 8vo. ff.80. Woodcut printer's device on final verso. Cont. limp vellum, somewhat soiled, 1" section on the spine cracked. Title leaf a bit soiled, but still a very good copy in its original binding. Very Good. The second Giunta edition, following one of 1513. Produced in imitation of Aldine typography. See Dibdin II, p. 151-152. Adams J774. Renouard DES ALDE, p. XLIV:19 (at back).
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-07-27 01:54:14
Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus
Venice, Italy: Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem, 1519. Very good condition. [PLINY THE YOUNGER (Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus)]. C. Pli. Caecilii Junioris Nouocomensis Plinii Secundi Veronensis Nepotis libri Epistolarum nouem addito nu[n]c [et] Decimo cum Panegyrico.i.oratione de laudibus Traiani I[m]peratoris una cum luculentissima Ioannis Mariae Catanaei expositione his omnibus libris adiuncta felice sydere incipiunt : quarum diligentissime nuper recogniti fideliterque impressi. Venetiis [Venice]: per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellensem. Anno Dni. M.CCCCC.XIX. [1519] Die. XV. Decembris [December 15]. Hardcover. Folio (315 x 220 mm), ff. [4], CCXLVII (247 leaves numbered in Roman numerals). Signatures: .[ ]4 a10 b-z⁸ [&]⁶ A-G⁸. Modern vellum binding. Title-page with woodcut device and surrounding border with dolphin motifs. Imprint from colophon: 'Venetiis per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem Anno Dni MCCCCCXIX. Die XV Decembris'. Latin text in Roman letter in up to 46 lines, interspersed with occasional words and paragraphs in Greek, with surrounding commentary in small characters in lines of sixty and shoulder notes. Index at front in four columns on unpaginated leaves. Numerous and variable decorative woodcut floriated and historiated capitals. Ten repeat woodcut illustrations of Pliny working at a desk. Terminal blank present. Condition: Collated complete. Binding secure. Head perhaps a little short, otherwise margins correct. Largely fresh interior, the leaves generally very clean with very occasional signs of light browning. No marginalia or inking. Scarce post-incunabulum. Paypal on … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-07-24 07:04:09
DALRYMPLE, Alexander.
XXX [lacking I-II], [2], 24, 204, [3], [1 blank], 21, [3]; [3], [1 blank], “224” [= 124], 20, [60] pp.First edition of an important collection of historical accounts of voyages. Volume 1 contains accounts of voyages translated from the Spanish, beginning with Ferdinand Magellan in 1519 and ending with Pedro Fernándes de Quirós and Luis Vaez de Torres in 1606. Volume 2 contains translations of the Dutch voyages of Willem Schouten and Jacob Le Maire in 1617, Abel Tasman in 1642 and Jacob Roggeveen in 1722. The large folding maps include a map of the world in 3 parts, a chart of the South Pacific with the routes of various voyages marked, and two detail charts, also with routes marked, one of the Solomon Islands. Dalrymple (1737-1808) deeply believed in the existence of a great southern continent, an idea that persisted for centuries, but appeared to have been debunked by James Cook soon after the present publication with his voyage of 1772-1775. In fact it was to prove true in an unexpected manner with the discovery of Antarctica in the 19th-century.Lacking the half-title as noted, and with a stain at the head of a few pages in the index. Otherwise in very good condition and with generous margins. The spine is slightly damaged, with part of the label lost and the hinges repaired, but the binding is still good. A valuable collection of voyages with maps, by a leading explorer and superb cartographer.l ESTC T74963-74964; JCB I, 1730; Hill 410; Kroepelien 245; Sabin 18338.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 05:45:55
CLICHTOVE, Josse (Judocus CLICHTOVEUS).
75, [1 blank]; “LXI” [= LXXI], [1 blank] ll.Two Paris first editions from 1519 on the priesthood and the education of priests, both complete with their final blank leaves (often lacking), finely produced by two of the most important printer-publishers of the 16th century, Henri Estienne I and Josse Bade. They are here preserved in a 16th-century binding made for what is likely to be a descendent of the first author's editor.Ad 1: First edition of an influential work on the office and customs of the priesthood by Josse Clichtove (1472- 1543). A champion of reform in philosophical and theological studies during the earlier part of his life, Clichtove later devoted himself almost exclusively to combating the doctrines of Luther. In the present work he developed a new and comprehensive concept of the office of the priesthood that anticipated the counter-Reformation spirit of the Council of Trent. It also defended clerical celibacy and the fast, in opposition to Erasmus, whom he never mentions by name. The book's fine typography owes much to the young Simon de Colines, probably foreman of Estienne's printing office at this date. Vervliet notes the present Clichtove edition as the first use of Colines's first roman type (used for its main text), making this roman type the progenitor of the most famous French Renaissance romans by Claude Garamont and others in the 1530s. Ad 2: First edition of a manual for priests, compiled and edited by Jean Marre (1436-1521), bishop of Condom.The Marre apparently came from the library of the Chartreuse de Vauvert Carthusian monastery in Paris. T … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 05:43:45
[LETTER - SIGNED]. MEDICI, Catherine de'.
[1], [3 blank (except for address)] pp.A signed letter written by Catherine de' Medici (1519-1589) from her favourite palace, Château de Chernonceau in the Loire valley near Tours, to Jacques de Germigny (d.1587 or 1596), French ambassador to the Ottoman Empire. Catherine, mother of King Henri III, last of the Valois kings of France, was a powerful and colourful figure, often running the government for her son and familiar in literature from the historical novels of Alexandre Dumas. In the present letter she arranges an exchange of gifts with the Ottoman Sultan Murad III (1546-1595). Germigny had written to her on 17 July concerning various items he had selected and she asks him to send [the gifts from the Sultan?] to André Hurault de Maisse (1539-1607) at Venice, who was France's ambassador there. She also suggests a change in one item they are giving the Sultan. She signed it "Catrine"[?] and her Secretary of State Pierre Brulart signed it at the foot. The letter was stored folded horizontally and eight small worm holes run through the eight layers, but they barely touch an occasional letter of the text. There are also a few small marginal tears. In very good condition and with the whole sheet of paper untrimmed. An informative letter written by Catherina de' Medici concerning the exchange of gifts between France and the Ottoman Sultan.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-06-30 08:23:02
PETRARCA FRANCESCO
In Venegia, impressi per Meser Bernardino Stagnino 1519 del mese di Zugno. Due parti (con autonomi frontespizi) in un volume di cm. 21, cc. 158; (6) 184 [al colophon della prima parte: "che contiene i sonetti e le canzoni: stampadi in Venesia, per Gregorio de Grigorij, del mese de maggio 1519"]. Con sette magnifiche illustrazioni xilografiche a piena pagina n.t. Grandi e numerose belle iniziali xilografiche. Bella legatura settecentesca in pieno vitello color nocciola; dorso liscio finemente decorato con fregi e titoli in oro su tassello in marocchino rosso. Doppio filetto dorato al contorno dei piatti e dentelles e tagli dorati. Sguardie in carta policroma decorata a pettine e segnacolo in seta rosa. Abile restauro professionale a cuffie e cerniere, restauto integrativo all'angolo inferiore bianco (lontano dal testo) della carta 147 (prima parte). Macchiette e tracce di polvere al primo frontespizio (che in testa riporta una nota manoscritta di mano coeva). Lievi bruniture e naturali fioriture del tempo. Nel complesso e considerata l'epoca (il libro ha più di 500 anni), bell'esemplare ad ampi margini. Questa prestigiosa edizione (ancóra di "sapore quattrocentesco') del Canzoniere di Petrarca è ornata con i sette grandi legni utilizzati per la prima volta nel 1508 dal grande stampatore di Trino Bernardino Stagnino; in questa edizione di maggiore formato essi sono stati inseriti entro bordure formate con diversi blocchi xilografici. Il primo, premesso al Canzoniere, raffigura l'Autore seduto ai piedi di un albero di lauro mentre viene incoronato da Amore all'interno di un ar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2020-06-19 16:17:06
Saitō Hideo 斎藤秀雄
Tokyo: Chōryūsha 長隆舎, Taishō 15 [1926], 1519. Okada Tatsuo 岡田竜夫, illustrator and Saitō Hideo 斎藤秀雄, author. Aozameta Dōteikyō 蒼ざめた童貞狂. Chōryūsha 長隆舎. Tokyo. Taishō 15 [1926]. The title of this important work is usually translated as "The Pale-faced Virgin's Mad Thoughts." Published by Choryusha of Tokyo in 1926, it is illustrated throughout with black & white linocuts executed by Okada Tatsuo (1904-1984). 8vo, 4, 120pp. +4pp. There are 17 full-page prints and many other figures integrated into the text. With abstract designs in color by Okada illustrating the boards, front and rear.No single one of Okada's illustrated works can be distinguished as being comparatively scarce, all five are almost unattainable. Okada appeared on the avant-garde scene in Tokyo as suddenly and mysteriously as he left. He is believed to have arrived from Kyushu in the early 1920s and, after a run of considerable authority and influence in Mavo and avant-garde circles, disappeared into Manchuria in the middle 1930s. A very important item for any collection of Mavo-related material, it is Okada's most prolifically illustrated work. The bleak power of this work is perfectly representative of Mavo.About fine. The covers and spine show only the slightest wear. There is restored paper damage to pages 15-16, which has left a few stains but conserve all the original paper surface and text. Overall, a good copy of this fragile production.
Bookseller: Boston Book Company [United States]
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2020-06-19 03:26:26
Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus
Venice, Italy: Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem, 1519. Very good condition. [PLINY THE YOUNGER (Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus)]. C. Pli. Caecilii Junioris Nouocomensis Plinii Secundi Veronensis Nepotis libri Epistolarum nouem addito nu[n]c [et] Decimo cum Panegyrico.i.oratione de laudibus Traiani I[m]peratoris una cum luculentissima Ioannis Mariae Catanaei expositione his omnibus libris adiuncta felice sydere incipiunt : quarum diligentissime nuper recogniti fideliterque impressi. Venetiis [Venice]: per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellensem. Anno Dni. M.CCCCC.XIX. [1519] Die. XV. Decembris [December 15]. Hardcover. Folio (315 x 220 mm), ff. [4], CCXLVII (247 leaves numbered in Roman numerals). Signatures: .[ ]4 a10 b-z⁸ [&]⁶ A-G⁸. Modern vellum binding. Title-page with woodcut device and surrounding border with dolphin motifs. Imprint from colophon: 'Venetiis per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem Anno Dni MCCCCCXIX. Die XV Decembris'. Latin text in Roman letter in up to 46 lines, interspersed with occasional words and paragraphs in Greek, with surrounding commentary in small characters in lines of sixty and shoulder notes. Index at front in four columns on unpaginated leaves. Numerous and variable decorative woodcut floriated and historiated capitals. Ten repeat woodcut illustrations of Pliny working at a desk. Terminal blank present. Condition: Collated complete. Binding secure. Head perhaps a little short, otherwise margins correct. Largely fresh interior, the leaves generally very clean with very occasional signs of light browning. No marginalia or inking. Scarce post-incunabulum. Paypal on … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-06-15 12:28:52
ACQUAVIVA, Bellisario.
De venatione et de aucupio, de re militari et singulari certamine.Naples, Jean Pasquet de Sallo, 1 August 1519. Folio (293 x 203 mm). With woodcut printer's device at end. 18th c. Italian red morocco, flat spine gilt. XXII, XXI, [1] pp. Rare first edition of this work on falconry and hunting as well as on military matters and duels. Acquaviva (1464-1528) was a statesman and condottiere for the Aragonese kings of Naples; in return for helping repulse the French invasion of Charles VIII and for his ongoing support of the Spanish in Naples, he later became Duke of Nardò. This volume was issued alongside another on the education of princes, "De instituendis liberis principum". A manuscript note on the title-page refers to his related educational tract "Paraphrasis in economica Aristotelis", on household and agricultural matters, also printed by Jean Pasquet as the second part of "De instituendis liberis principum", and which was presumably at one time bound with this book. - Acquaviva's literary connections are indicated by the two prefaces by Neapolitan humanists addressed to him: the first one is by Crisostomo Colonna, and the second by Antonio Galateo; all three had studied with Giovanni Pontano. Acquaviva dedicates the first work, on hunting, to his brother Andrea Matteo, with whom he studied the Kynegetica of Oppian in childhood. First leaf stained and repaired at edges with loss of a few letters on verso. Some dampstaining; extremities slightly rubbed. Edit 16, CNCE 238. Cf. Harting 301 (listing a previous edition printed by Pietro Perna in Basel, 1518, which was actually … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:15:49
CLICHTOVE, Josse (Judocus CLICHTOVEUS).
De vita et moribus sacerdotum, opusculum: singularem eoru[m] dignitatem oste[n]dens, & quibus ornati esse debea[n]t virtutibus: explanans.Paris, Henri Estienne I, 1519 (colophon: 4 August). With woodcut title-page with the letterpress title and imprint in the central opening; further with about 21 woodcut initials (4 series, mostly criblé) plus about 4 repeats. With: (2) MARRE, Jean. Enchiridio[n] sacerdotale concinnatu[m] ad salutarem eruditionem Christifideliu[m] ab lo[n]ge revere[n]do in Christo patre d[omi]no Ioanne Mare Co[n]domien[sis]. episcopo. In quo haec sunt capita. ...[Paris], (colophon: Jodocus Badius Ascensius, 25 November 1519). With numerous woodcut decorated initials (4 series, the largest 45-47 mm. criblé initials). 2 works in 1 volume. 4to (20 x 14 cm). 16th-century blind- and gold-tooled calf, each board in a panel design, with the owner's name "D. Ioa[n]mes[!] Lassere" on the front and motto "memento mortis" on the back, the motto and fleurs-de-lis on the back in gold. 75, [1 blank]; "LXI" [= LXXI], [1 blank] ll. Two Paris first editions from 1519 on the priesthood and the education of priests, both complete with their final blank leaves (often lacking), finely produced by two of the most important printer-publishers of the 16th century, Henri Estienne I and Josse Bade. They are here preserved in a 16th-century binding made for what is likely to be a descendent of the first author's editor.Ad 1: First edition of an influential work on the office and customs of the priesthood by Josse Clichtove (1472- 1543). A champion of reform in philosophical and theo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 09:11:10
ROSEMONDT, Godschalc.
Confessionale sive libellus modum confitendi pulcherrime co[m]plecte[n]s, necessarius atq[ue] utilis, & cuilibet recte confiteri vole[n]ti, & ipsis sacerdotibus, qui aliorum confessiones audire habe[n]t. Editus a celeberrimo academie Lovanien[sis]. ... Denuo ab eodem recognitus et castigatus anno mil. CCCCC. XIX. men. Junii. die. xxvii.(Colophon: Antwerp, Michiel Hillen van Hoochstraten, 8 July 1519). Small 8vo (14 x 10 cm). Title-page in red & black with a red woodcut rebus of the author's name at the foot. 17th-century(?) vellum with the vellum. 251, [5] ll. Rare third edition of an interesting Latin work on confession by the highly respected Louvain (moderate) inquisitor and professor of theology Godschalc Rosemont (1483-1526). He corresponded with Erasmus (cf. Allen Ep. 1153, 1164 & 1172), who called him in one letter: "Vir melior quam pro vulgari sorte theologorum". Rosemondt was less dogmatic than most inquisitors and his writings have been compared with those of Erasmus. He was also known as an eloquent vicar and a friend of the Dutch Pope Adrian VI.Between 1516 and 1519 he composed many devotional works, all but the Confessionale in Dutch. Parts of the Confessionale are translated from his 1517 Boecxken van der biechten, and it shares that work's amiable tone, but it is far longer, providing considerably more detail. The content reflects the fact that it is intended for a better-educated reader. It is the first book to use the Summa of Thomas Aquinas for resolving conflicts of conscience. Pope Benedict XIV rebuked Rosemondt for his audacious statements in chapter XX … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-12 16:48:06
Acquaviva, Belisario.
Naples, Jean Pasquet de Sallo, 1. VIII. 1519. Folio (220 x 303 mm). 2 parts in one volume. XXII ff.; XXI, (1) ff. With woodcut printer's device at end. 18th century Italian red morocco, flat spine gilt. Rare first edition of this work on falconry and hunting; likely the first book to mention falconry and wildfowling ("aucupium") in its title. Separate chapters discuss gyrfalcons and peregrine falcons, their plumage, their health and illnesses, etc. - Acquaviva (1464-1528), later the Duke of Nardò, was a statesman and condottiere for the Aragonese kings of Naples. He dedicates the work to his brother Andrea Matteo, with whom in childhood he studied the Cynegetica, a famous didactic poem about hunting and horsemanship. The author's literary connections earned him two prefaces by Neapolitan humanists, by Crisostomo Colonna and by Antonio Galateo. The book's second part discusses military matters and duels. - The printer Pasquet issued the work alongside another title by Acquaviva on the education of princes, "De instituendis liberis principum", and his educational tract on household and agricultural matters, "Paraphrasis in economica Aristotelis". A contemporary ink reference to the latter work on the title page may indicate that this was once, as it was frequently, bound with Acquaviva's falconry book. - First leaf stained and remargined on all sides with loss of a few letters on verso. Some brownstaining; binding slightly rubbed. Still a fine copy from the collection of Thomas Fremantle, 3rd Baron Cottesloe (1862-1956), commander of the Territorial Army and president of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2020-06-10 14:14:54
CLICHTOVE, Josse (Judocus CLICHTOVEUS).
De vita et moribus sacerdotum, opusculum: singularem eoru[m] dignitatem oste[n]dens, & quibus ornati esse debea[n]t virtutibus: explanans.Paris, Henri Estienne I, 1519 (colophon: 4 August). With woodcut title-page with the letterpress title and imprint in the central opening; further with about 21 woodcut initials (4 series, mostly criblé) plus about 4 repeats. With: (2) MARRE, Jean. Enchiridio[n] sacerdotale concinnatu[m] ad salutarem eruditionem Christifideliu[m] ab lo[n]ge revere[n]do in Christo patre d[omi]no Ioanne Mare Co[n]domien[sis]. episcopo. In quo haec sunt capita. ...[Paris], (colophon: Jodocus Badius Ascensius, 25 November 1519). With numerous woodcut decorated initials (4 series, the largest 45-47 mm. criblé initials). 2 works in 1 volume. 4to (20 x 14 cm). 16th-century blind- and gold-tooled calf, each board in a panel design, with the owner's name "D. Ioa[n]mes[!] Lassere" on the front and motto "memento mortis" on the back, the motto and fleurs-de-lis on the back in gold. 75, [1 blank]; "LXI" [= LXXI], [1 blank] ll. Two Paris first editions from 1519 on the priesthood and the education of priests, both complete with their final blank leaves (often lacking), finely produced by two of the most important printer-publishers of the 16th century, Henri Estienne I and Josse Bade. They are here preserved in a 16th-century binding made for what is likely to be a descendent of the first author's editor.Ad 1: First edition of an influential work on the office and customs of the priesthood by Josse Clichtove (1472- 1543). A champion of reform in philosophical and theo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:03
ROSEMONDT, Godschalc.
Confessionale sive libellus modum confitendi pulcherrime co[m]plecte[n]s, necessarius atq[ue] utilis, & cuilibet recte confiteri vole[n]ti, & ipsis sacerdotibus, qui aliorum confessiones audire habe[n]t. Editus a celeberrimo academie Lovanien[sis]. ... Denuo ab eodem recognitus et castigatus anno mil. CCCCC. XIX. men. Junii. die. xxvii.(Colophon: Antwerp, Michiel Hillen van Hoochstraten, 8 July 1519). Small 8vo (14 x 10 cm). Title-page in red & black with a red woodcut rebus of the author's name at the foot. 17th-century(?) vellum with the vellum. 251, [5] ll. Rare third edition of an interesting Latin work on confession by the highly respected Louvain (moderate) inquisitor and professor of theology Godschalc Rosemont (1483-1526). He corresponded with Erasmus (cf. Allen Ep. 1153, 1164 & 1172), who called him in one letter: "Vir melior quam pro vulgari sorte theologorum". Rosemondt was less dogmatic than most inquisitors and his writings have been compared with those of Erasmus. He was also known as an eloquent vicar and a friend of the Dutch Pope Adrian VI.Between 1516 and 1519 he composed many devotional works, all but the Confessionale in Dutch. Parts of the Confessionale are translated from his 1517 Boecxken van der biechten, and it shares that work's amiable tone, but it is far longer, providing considerably more detail. The content reflects the fact that it is intended for a better-educated reader. It is the first book to use the Summa of Thomas Aquinas for resolving conflicts of conscience. Pope Benedict XIV rebuked Rosemondt for his audacious statements in chapter XX … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-08 09:20:03
Lichtenberg, Georg Christoph.- (Vorzugsausgabe auf Velin).
Göttingen, J.Chr. Dieterich, 18oo-18o4, 1519. 7 Bände Mit 4 gestoch.Porträts, 4 Kupfertafeln nach D.Chodowiecki, und 17 Textholzschnitten. Kl.8vo (16,3 x 10 cm). Dunkelbraune Halblederbde d.Z. mit RVergold. und olivfarb. RSchildern, marmor.Deckelbezug (Rücken berieben, 3 Rücken mit vertikal. Bruchspur , Ecken bestoßen). Goed. IV/19 639,9. Jung 200l. Grisebach, Weltlit. 1519-20. Engelmann, Chod., 342, 343, 368 u. 4o1.- Erste Gesamtausgabe. Zunächst in 7 Bänden komplett ("Siebenter und letzter Band", so noch auf Titelblatt von Bd 7), wurden 1806 noch 2 Zusatzbände "Physikalische und mathematische Schriften" angefügt. Die Bände 1 und 2 enthalten den Nachlaß Lichtenbergs, nämlich den Erstdruck einer umfangreichen Auswahl aus den sog. "Sudelbüchern", dem aphoristischen (geradezu weltliterarischem) Hauptwerk des Verfassers. Die Bände 3-7 enthalten die von Lichtenberg selber bereits veröffentlichten Schriften. Die reizvollen Figuren-Kupfer Chodowieckis illustrieren Lichtenbergs "Vorschlag zu einem Orbis pictus". Die Porträts zeigen Lichtenberg, James Cook, Kopernikus und das musikalische Wunderkind Will.Crotch an der Orgel. 17 Holzschnitte illustrieren das "Fragment von den Schwänzen". - Das vorliegende Exemplar gehört zu den seltenen Exemplaren auf stärkerem geripptem Papier (wohl Velin), was die Bände etwa doppelt so umfangreich macht wie die Bände der Normalausgabe! (auf dem Foto der querliegende Band, vgl. dazu Abb.u. Katalog "Kostbarkeiten der deutschen Literatur aus der Bibliothek Erich Schmidt", Bln ca 1936, Nr 60). Vgl.auch zu dieser Vorzugsausgabe (Papier), ihrer exorbi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fontane-Antiquariat [Germany]
2020-06-02 10:27:32
Moses, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, etc.
Lyon: Jacques Mareschal for Simon Vincent, 1519. My condition description is longer than the characters ebay allows in this entry box. Please see my item description for a full description of the condition of the work. A handsome and well-regarded early Bible, printed in Lyon in 1519, by Jacques Mareschal for Simon Vincent. The beautiful book eminates history: from its aged vellum binding, through its French manuscript endpapers, to its period-style typography and woodcuts, you have the distinct impression you are holding centuries of history. This was a visually impressive Bible for its time; the printer's device of Simon Vincent decorates the title page and last printed page, there are a number of woodcuts, including a delightful full-page creation and small engravings at Genesis, Joshua, Isaiah, Malachai, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Romans, Revelations, and many unique 8-line initials. A scholar, Baudrier, attributes the woodcuts to an artist active in Lyon at the time, Guillame Leroy. And, an added treat, the front flyleaf has a calligraphic parrot! In addition to the Biblical text there are also a number of tables, prefaces, marginal glosses (notes), and a Hebrew names dictionary (Hebrew name to Latin meaning). This copy includes a rhyming mnemonic device table at the rear (four rhyming lines represent each chapter of the Bible), by Franciscus Gotthi. Adams B997, USTC - 145003, OCLC - 2500243745 Physical Attributes - Binding measures approx. 18 x 12.5 x 6.25 cm (pages 17 x 12), octavo. Vellum binding, possibly 18th century (based on endpapers). Pages - [28, but 30, lea … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome (isaiah1000) [Newberg, Oregon, United States]
2020-06-01 13:28:04
Misc.
Jacques Mareschal for Simon Vincent, Lyon. A handsome and well-regarded early Bible, printed in Lyon in 1519, by Jacques Mareschal for Simon Vincent. The beautiful book eminates history: from its aged vellum binding, through its French manuscript endpapers, to its period-style typography and woodcuts, you have the distinct impression you are holding centuries of history. This was a visually impressive Bible for its time; the printer's device of Simon Vincent decorates the title page and last printed page, there are a number of woodcuts, including a delightful full-page creation and small engravings at Genesis, Joshua, Isaiah, Malachai, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Romans, Revelations, and many unique 8-line initials. A scholar, Baudrier, attributes the woodcuts to an artist active in Lyon at the time, Guillame Leroy. And, an added treat, the front flyleaf has a calligraphic parrot! In addition to the Biblical text there are also a number of tables, prefaces, marginal glosses (notes), and a Hebrew names dictionary (Hebrew name to Latin meaning). This copy includes a rhyming mnemonic device table at the rear (four rhyming lines represent each chapter of the Bible), by Franciscus Gotthi. Adams B997, USTC - 145003, OCLC - 2500243745 Physical Attributes - Binding measures approx. 18 x 12.5 x 6.25 cm (pages 17 x 12), octavo. Vellum binding, possibly 18th century (based on endpapers). Pages - [28, but 30, leaves signed ddv and vi were misbound at the rear], ccccc, [56, but 54, see note on leaves ddv and vi]. Title page in red and black. One full-page woodcut, some small engravings, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rare Tome [Newberg, OR, U.S.A.]
2020-05-31 15:24:09
Claudius Galenus;
Venice: Aloysius de Tortis, 1519. Click here to see our other books! Terrapeutica. Claudii Geleni Pergameni methodus medendi, id est, de morbis curandis, libri quatuordecim Claudius Galenus; 1519 Aloysius de Tortis : Venice 4" by 3.5" SUMMARY A very scarce, translation of Galen's 'Methodus Medeni'. In a contemporary vellum binding. An Important Work,Early Edition,Pleasing Copy,Very Scarce Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed This book weighs 0.5 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 19.99 EU Postage: £ 15.99 European Postage: £ 16.99 Asia Postage: £ 21.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 25.99 DESCRIPTION This is one of many translations of Galen's works by Thomas Linacre. Linacre translated many medical works, to make them accessible to all Latin readers. He translated six of Galen's works total, including 'De Sanitae Tuenda', 'De Temperamentis', 'De Naturalibus', 'De Symptomatum' and 'De Pulsuum'. Linacre was a humanist physician, and noted scholar. The Linacre College, Oxford was named after him. This translation was first published in 1519, and bibliographically this copy sits as the seventh or eighth edition. (Wellcome 2639. Norman 852). Tightly bound. Methodus Medendi is a notable medical work by the physician, surgeon and philosopher Galen. He was one of the most prolific intellectuals of western antiquity. His medical works were extremely influential throughout the medieval period. A bright example of this very scarce work. CONDITION In a full vellum binding. Externally, smart, with a few handling marks to boards. Internally, tightly bound. Chips to the fore edge of th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, United Kingdom]
2020-05-28 15:17:04
ORWELL, George.
1519. 19 Mar 1944-15 Feb 1950. The original record of one of the most infamous publishing rejections of the 20th century 12 items: 3 typed letters signed, 6 carbon copies, 1 autograph letter signed, 2 typed copies. In very good condition. Victor Gollancz's archived correspondence relating to their infamous decision to reject George Orwell's Animal Farm due to its implicit criticism of Stalin and the Soviet Union. Orwell had been with the left-wing publisher Victor Gollancz since his first work, Down and Out in Paris and London (1933). Gollancz published a further six Orwell titles over the next decade. Orwell wrote Animal Farm, his anti-Stalinist political fable, in an intense burst from November 1943 to February 1944. He anticipated that Gollancz would be unwilling to publish the novel due to its content and the pro-Soviet political environment of the Second World War, but was contractually obliged to offer Gollancz his next two novels. Orwell's original typed letter signed to Gollancz, dated 19 March 1944, announces that he has completed Animal Farm: "It is a little fairy story, about 30,000 words, with a political meaning. But I must tell you that it is – I think – completely unacceptable politically from your point of view (it is anti-Stalin)". He asks him if he wants to see it, in which case he will send it, but otherwise to let him know quickly so that he can try elsewhere. Gollancz's carbon reply (carbons were preserved from outgoing correspondence but naturally the originals were sent), dated 23 March 1944, says that he would like to view the manuscript, and ta … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-28 10:37:03
Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus
Venice, Italy: Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem, 1519. Very good condition. [PLINY THE YOUNGER (Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus)]. C. Pli. Caecilii Junioris Nouocomensis Plinii Secundi Veronensis Nepotis libri Epistolarum nouem addito nu[n]c [et] Decimo cum Panegyrico.i.oratione de laudibus Traiani I[m]peratoris una cum luculentissima Ioannis Mariae Catanaei expositione his omnibus libris adiuncta felice sydere incipiunt : quarum diligentissime nuper recogniti fideliterque impressi. Venetiis [Venice]: per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellensem. Anno Dni. M.CCCCC.XIX. [1519] Die. XV. Decembris [December 15]. Hardcover. Folio (315 x 220 mm), ff. [4], CCXLVII (247 leaves numbered in Roman numerals). Signatures: .[ ]4 a10 b-z⁸ [&]⁶ A-G⁸. Modern vellum binding. Title-page with woodcut device and surrounding border with dolphin motifs. Imprint from colophon: 'Venetiis per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem Anno Dni MCCCCCXIX. Die XV Decembris'. Latin text in Roman letter in up to 46 lines, interspersed with occasional words and paragraphs in Greek, with surrounding commentary in small characters in lines of sixty and shoulder notes. Index at front in four columns on unpaginated leaves. Numerous and variable decorative woodcut floriated and historiated capitals. Ten repeat woodcut illustrations of Pliny working at a desk. Terminal blank present. Condition: Collated complete. Binding secure. Head perhaps a little short, otherwise margins correct. Largely fresh interior, the leaves generally very clean with very occasional signs of light browning. No marginalia or inking. Scarce post-incunabulum. Paypal on … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-21 13:19:13
SAPIE, Sebastiano. 1462-1523
Pavia: G. Pocatela [= J. de Burgofranco], 1519. Mid-20th-century patterned boards. First Edition: the first biography of Giasone del Maino (or Mayno, 1435-1519), a founder of the Humanist school of law. He long taught at Pavia. He wrote two dozen commentaries on the Corpus iuris and shaped more than a century of legal discourse. Also a professor of law at Pavia, the author knew his subject well. I have not located a copy outside Italy. In good condition (narrow blank inner margins slightly stained), bookticket of Leo Olschki. ¶Cavagna, Libri e tipografi a Pavia nel Cinquecento 257; Sander, Le Livre à figure italien...jusqu'à 1530 6736 (6ff. in error); EDIT16 CNCE 35331.
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2020-05-18 05:58:13
LÓPEZ DE ZÚÑIGA, Diego. d. 1530
Alcalá de Henares: A. Guillén de Brocar, 1519. Modern blind-ruled tan calf. First Edition, first issue. In 1512, Jacques Lefèvre d'Étaples (c. 1460-1535) published his Latin translation of and commentary on the Pauline epistles and concluded, on philological grounds, that the text of the Latin Bible, the Vulgate, was not the work of St. Jerome. This struck at the bedrock of Christian faith and provoked the Annotations by López de Zúñiga, who had collated multiple Biblical manuscripts in Greek for the Complutensian Polyglot Bible and contributed its interlinear Latin version of the Septuagint. He here defends Jerome as translator of the Vulgate, based on the purity of the Latin and the felicitous rendering of the Greek. In 1520 López published an attack on Erasmus and his Greek New Testament in a similarly titled folio. I have identified one example in the U.S. In good condition (two minor worm holes), stamp and release of the Bibliotheca Vaticana. ¶Bedouelle, "Attacks on the Biblical Humanism of Jacques Lefèvre d'Étaples" in Biblical Humanism and Scholasticism in the Age of Erasmus ed. Rummel 117-36; Martín Abad, La Imprenta en Alcalá de Henares: 1502-1600 82A; Catalina García, Ensayo de una Tipografía Complutense 40 "rarísimo"; Palau 142051; Cioranesco 13175.
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2020-05-01 08:07:55
1519. Sphaera mundi post incunabolo. Edizione successiva ad una precedente del 1501. Pag. 94. Legatura posteriore in pergamena. Sacrobosco Giovanni (nome latinizzato di John of Hollywood) fu astronomo e matematico. Autore di un trattato di astronomia De Sphaera mundi nel quale raccolse le notizie più elementari che si trovano negli scritti di Tolomeo, Alfragano e Albatenio. Il trattato ebbe diffusione enorme durante quattro secoli. Numerosissime le edizioni, la prima del 1472 a Ferrara. Fu un testo adottato fino al XVII secolo. Il testo è diviso in quattro capitoli 1) trattato dell'universo 2) sfere celesti 3) rotazione giornaliera del cielo 4) movimenti dei pianeti ed eclissi.
Bookseller: vincdi-56 [La Spezia, Italy]
2020-04-27 18:49:08
Albrecht Altdorfer (Ratisbona 1480 - Ratisbona 1538)
1519. Bulino misure: mm 62 x 41 Pittore, architetto, scultore e incisore tedesco. Fondatore della Scuola del Danubio nella Germania Meridionale e contemporaneo di Albrecht Dürer. Tratta temi come la mitologia e la religione ma il suo interesse è rivolto soprattutto al paesaggio e ai personaggi che si muovono al suo interno. I paesaggi non vengono costruiti per illustrare storie, ma per esaltare la bellezza della natura e delle figure umane. Può definirsi il primo paesaggista "puro". Nella piccola lastra viene rappresentata la Vergine intenta a cercare suo figlio; la scena si svolge all'interno di un chiostro e si vede lo zampillo di una fontana a sinistra. La Vergine, raffigurata come una madre corpulenta, non più giovane e con il corpo ammantato, si affaccia tra due colonne corinzie, con una mano si regge a una colonna l'altra è appoggiata su di un libro aperto, come a dire stupita: dove sei? eri qui fino a un minuto fa? Alle sue spalle altre tre donne e un bimbo. Monogramma in un cartiglio in basso a destra. Raro esemplare nel II/III stato per Winzinger (che conosce un solo esemplare nel I stato) e nel I stato per New Hollstein. Impressione eccellente. Toni tenui, delicati contrasti chiaroscurali. Ottimo stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: New Hollstein 6; Bartsch VIII.49.24; Winzinger, Altdorfer Graphik, n.139, II/III; The New Hollstein e.6 first state
Bookseller: Il Bulino Antiche Stampe s.r.l. [Italy]
2020-04-24 18:25:11
Albrecht Dürer (Norimberga 1471 - Norimberga 1528)
1519. Bulino misure: mm 93 x 136 Pittore e incisore tedesco. Dopo una prima istruzione presso la bottega del padre orefice, nel 1486 studia con il pittore Michael Wolgemut, il maggiore pittore e xilografo attivo in quegli anni a Norimberga. Di questo primo periodo si conservano rarissimi disegni che portano la firma "Ad", sostituita con il monogramma nel 1496. A partire dal 1490 Dürer inizia i suoi viaggi per la Germania. Lavorando di volta in volta nei luoghi visitati, anche Venezia nel 1494, il suo nome iniziò a circolare. Proprio il primo viaggio in Italia sarà fondamentale per la sua formazione, in particolare, si arricchì del plastico monumentalismo di Mantegna e delle armonie classiche del Pollaiolo e di Giovanni Bellini. Tornato in patria aprì una bottega molto fiorente e stabilì un importante sodalizio con l'elettore di Sassonia Federico il Saggio. Tra il 1507-09 lo ritroviamo a Venezia al centro della raffinata società di nobili, artisti e umanisti della Serenissima, come artista illustre soprattutto per le sue incisioni. In questo periodo l'artista si soffermò su problemi coloristici, dovuti al contatto con Giorgione e Tiziano, risolvendoli in pale d'altare in cui lo spazio, i colori di smalto, il divino "umanizzato" sono le caratteristiche essenziali. Nell'ultimo periodo di vita si occupò principalmente della pubblicazione dei suoi scritti teorici, arricchiti da disegni scientifici. Dürer è il più grande artista del Rinascimento nordico che, attraverso le sue opere, è stato cerniera tra il nord e il sud dell'Europa. La sua grande passione per l'incisione fa si ch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Il Bulino Antiche Stampe s.r.l. [Italy]
2020-04-20 01:25:03
J. T. Melchior
Jasper, IN: , 1915-1920, 1519. Jasper, IN, 1915-1920. General wear and rubbing. . A three volume set that explores in depth the etymology of the English Language, in particular the Teutonic (Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family, of which Anglo Saxons spoke) element found within the language. These three volumes were hand crafted by J. T. Melchior, and include the history of the Germanic Tribes invasion of what is now the United Kingdom, language charts, vocabulary lists, and mathematical analyses of English writing samples (mostly derived from newspaper clippings) to exemplify how many English words origins are Teotonic. The author's passion for this subject comes through from the very first page, the forward, where he states: "The bold Anglo-Saxon folk who settled in the merry England at a time now long agone [sic]; and their hearty speech - OUR MOTHER TONGUE - as it was in ye olden time and as it is spoken now, herein are told about in homely self-written words. JTM (all Saxon words)". The titles of the three volumes are as follows: Language Series Volume 1 "Saxona": The Teutonic Element in the English Language, A Primer of Anglo Sazon Words (1915, 120 pages), Language Series Volume 2, "Teutona", Anglo-Teutona, The Teutonic Element in the English Language (1920, 89 pages), and Language Series Volume 3, Indo-European Words, Language Charts (no date, 30 pages). The books also come with three printed maps, one hand drawn map, and five hand drawn language diagrams. J. T. Melchior is most likely John T. Melchior from Jasper, IN, who was a teacher for eight ye … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-06 23:16:08
GALENUS, Claudius; DEL GARBO, Tommaso (Thomas de Garbo)
per magistrum Bernardinum de Garaldis, 1519. UNA DELLE PIÙ RARE EDIZIONE DI GALENO DEL PRIMO '500. In-4 (formato In-8). 224 (1) cc., legatura ottocentesca in mezza pergamena con titoli in oro su tassello di pelle al dorso, carta marmorizzata ai piatti. Carattere gotico, iniziali decorate incise in legno. Bel frontespizio, o meglio, sobria ed elegante pagina di titolo, con testo a piè di lampada culminante in finalino a croce greca e data di pubblicazione in numeri romani. Nome dello stampatore, data precisa e luogo dichiarati nell'explicit a fine testo, prima dell'ultima carta non numerata, che riporta le tavole dei contenuti. Margini rifilati al momento della rilegatura, angolo superiore della carta h2 tagliato con piccola perdita di testo (3 o 4 parole). Antiche annotazioni manoscritte e sottolineature sparse. Una buona copia, generalmente ben fresca e pulita all'interno, di questa introvabile edizione. "Liber rarissimus", senza ombra di dubbio. Seconda edizione dello stimatissimo commento di Tommaso del Garbo ai due libri di Galeno sui diversi tipi di febbri. Il testo del "De differentiis febrium" è seguito da lunghe digressioni sull'argomento che furono frutto degli studi di medicina greca condotti dal del Garbo, suo padre Dino e lo zio Taddeo Alderotti, e che Tommaso espose seguendo il classico metodo accademico della argomentazione dialogica con dimostrazioni "per absurdum". I del Garbo e l'Alderotti furono tra i più importanti medici fiorentini del '300. Questo Galeno del del Garbo fu dapprincipio stampato a Lione quattr'anni prima della presente edizione con le anno … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico ORSI LIBRI di Federico Orsi Libraio Antiquario [Italy]
2020-03-10 13:57:24
GALENUS, Claudius; DEL GARBO, Tommaso (Thomas de Garbo)
per magistrum Bernardinum de Garaldis, Pavia (Papie), 1519. In-4, 224, [1] cc., legatura ottocentesca in mezza pergamena con titoli in oro su tassello di pelle al dorso, carta marmorizzata ai piatti. Carattere gotico, iniziali decorate incise in legno. Bel frontespizio, o meglio, sobria ed elegante pagina di titolo, con testo a piè di lampada culminante in finalino a croce greca e data di pubblicazione in numeri romani. Nome dello stampatore, data precisa e luogo dichiarati nell'explicit a fine testo, prima dell'ultima carta non numerata, che riporta le tavole dei contenuti. Margini rifilati al momento della rilegatura, angolo superiore della carta h2 tagliato con piccola perdita di testo (3 o 4 parole). Antiche annotazioni manoscritte e sottolineature sparse. Una buona copia, generalmente ben fresca e pulita all'interno, di questa introvabile edizione. "Liber rarissimus", senza ombra di dubbio. Seconda edizione dello stimatissimo commento di Tommaso del Garbo ai due libri di Galeno sui diversi tipi di febbri. Il testo del "De differentiis febrium" è seguito da lunghe digressioni sull'argomento che furono frutto degli studi di medicina greca condotti dal del Garbo, suo padre Dino e lo zio Taddeo Alderotti, e che Tommaso espose seguendo il classico metodo accademico della argomentazione dialogica con dimostrazioni "per absurdum". I del Garbo e l'Alderotti furono tra i più importanti medici fiorentini del '300. Questo Galeno del del Garbo fu dapprincipio stampato a Lione quattr'anni prima della presente edizione con le annotazioni degli umanisti Niccolò Leoniceno e Lorenzo La … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ORSI LIBRI [Milano, Italy]
2020-03-05 13:04:06
(Nürnberg, Friedrich Peypus für Anton Koberger), 1519. 20 nn. Bll., CLXXIX num. Bll., 4 (statt 5) nn. Bll. mit 1 ganzseit. Titelholzschnitt, 72 (davon 5 fast ganzseit. und 2 ca. halbseitige) Holzschnitte, 2 halbseit. Kalender-Holzschnitte (Sonne und Mond) und 1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt-Druckermarke sowie Holzschnitt-Bordüren auf jeder Seite von Hans Springinklee, Erhard Schön u. a. Adams I, H 1006. VD 16, H 5067. Dodgson I, 562. - "Zu Beginn des 16. Jahrhunderts fand das kleine Andachtsbuch `Hortulus Animae` ungewöhnlich große Nachfrage. Zwischen 1498 und 1523 erschienen über 100 Ausgaben dieser Sammlung von Gebeten, die in deutscher Übersetzung meist als `Seelengärtlein` bezeichnet wurde. . Allen gemeinsam sind der Kalender, das kleine Marienoffizium, die sieben Bußpsalmen, die Allerheiligenlitanei, die Suffragien und das Totenoffizium." (Ausstellungskatalog Schäfer 71). - A prayer book which both in its Latin and German forms was exceedly popular in the early years of the sixteenth century. The first known edition was printed at Strasburg by William Schaffener of Rappeltsweiler, and is dated 13 March, 1498. After that date new editions with various supplements and modifications were constantly issued by other printers both in Strasburg and other German cities, and even at Lyons. Many of them, though small in size, were illustrated with beautifully designed woodcuts. Mr. C. Dodgson gives a list of eighteen editions between 1516 and 1521, all of which contained cuts by the well-known engravers Hans Springinklee and Erhard Schön. The earliest German edition appeared in 1501, bu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
2020-02-24 16:13:07
1519. fine antiquarian text; please see description for more details. PARAPHRASIS IN DUAS EPISTOLAS PAULI AD CORINTHIOS, PER ERASMUM ROTERODAMUM RECENS AB ILLO CONSCRIPTA, & NUNC PRIMUM TYPIS EXCUSA, AD CHRISTI PAULI GUUM GLORIAM. Basil, Johann Froben 1519 Item Description: Erasmus, Desiderius (1519). Paraphrasis in duas epistolas Pauli ad Corinthios, per Erasmum Roterodamum recens ab illo conscripta, & nunc primum typis excusa, ad Christi Pauli quum gloriam. Catalogum repetires in proxima pagella. Basil, Johann Froben. In Latin. Small 4to bound in full modern calf, hand tooled in blind after early style. 222pp. Title inside orange woodcut borders with the bottom panel depicting Lucretia and Tarquinis. Froben's woodcut is percent on the verso of the final leaf along with the colophon: "Basileae spud Ioannem Frobenium mense Martio. M.D. XIX." The first page of the text and posterior section are each printed inside a woodcut border and each begins with a large decorative woodcut initial. Pages contain minor spotting and staining. Periodic marginalia in a minuscule old hand including some faint underlining. The interior generally appears crisp and clean. The leaves in signature Z are bound out of order, but all pages present. Historical Provenance: Desiderius Erasmus (1460-1527) was an important Dutch Humanist writer, theologian, and reformer. In 1516 Erasmus published his critical edition of the Greek New Testament. Immediately afterwards he started writing the Paraphrases or commentaries on the New Testament. These he considered suitable for the educated payment. The Paraphr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rare Bibles (collector1611) [Munford, Alabama, US]
2020-02-19 01:38:03
Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus
Venice, Italy: Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem, 1519. Very good condition. [PLINY THE YOUNGER (Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus)]. C. Pli. Caecilii Junioris Nouocomensis Plinii Secundi Veronensis Nepotis libri Epistolarum nouem addito nu[n]c [et] Decimo cum Panegyrico.i.oratione de laudibus Traiani I[m]peratoris una cum luculentissima Ioannis Mariae Catanaei expositione his omnibus libris adiuncta felice sydere incipiunt : quarum diligentissime nuper recogniti fideliterque impressi. Venetiis [Venice]: per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellensem. Anno Dni. M.CCCCC.XIX. [1519] Die. XV. Decembris [December 15]. Hardcover. Folio (315 x 220 mm), ff. [4], CCXLVII (247 leaves numbered in Roman numerals). Signatures: .[ ]4 a10 b-z⁸ [&]⁶ A-G⁸. Modern vellum binding. Title-page with woodcut device and surrounding border with dolphin motifs. Imprint from colophon: 'Venetiis per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem Anno Dni MCCCCCXIX. Die XV Decembris'. Latin text in Roman letter in up to 46 lines, interspersed with occasional words and paragraphs in Greek, with surrounding commentary in small characters in lines of sixty and shoulder notes. Index at front in four columns on unpaginated leaves. Numerous and variable decorative woodcut floriated and historiated capitals. Ten repeat woodcut illustrations of Pliny working at a desk. Terminal blank present. Condition: Collated complete. Binding secure. Head perhaps a little short, otherwise margins correct. Largely fresh interior, the leaves generally very clean with very occasional signs of light browning. No marginalia or inking. Scarce post-incunabulum. Paypal on … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-09 23:21:06
Poliziano
vaenundantur in aedibus Ascensianis, Parigi, 1519. 2 tomi con numerazione distinta in un volume in-4° piccolo (cm 30x20) in legatura tardo ottocentesca in tutta pergamena rigida con patti rivestiti in carta decorata, sguardie gemelle dei piatti. Tomo primo pp 16 non numerate, 162 fogli numerati solo al recto; tomo secondo 102 fogli numerati solo al recto, ultima bianca. Elaborato frontespizio architettonico con al centro impresa monogrammata dell'editore raffigurante tre uomini operanti su un torchio, capolèttere istoriati. Minimi difetti al frontespizio e alle prime e ultime carte (bruniture, macchioline, antichi restauri), qualche forellino da antico lavoro di tarlo ad alcune carte circa a metà del volume, margini leggermente rifilati, ma nel complesso buon esemplare. Affascinante edizione (ristampa di quella del 1512) delle opere non in lingua volgare (prime traduzioni dalla lingua greca alla latina, opere latine epistolari, storiche e critiche) di Agnolo Poliziano licenziata pei torchi parigini di Josse Bade (Jodocus Badius Ascensius, Josse Bade van Assche 1461-1535 circa) poliedrica figura squisitamente umanistica di editore, grammatico, filologo e pedagogo originario dei Paesi Bassi (Assche). Bade fu tra gli editori stampatori di vari rari incunaboli tra cui la Stultifera navis che ispirò la sua opera Navicula stultarum mulierum . Latino
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, TO, Italy]
2020-02-02 21:53:07
Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus
Venice, Italy: Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem, 1519. Very good condition. [PLINY THE YOUNGER (Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus)]. C. Pli. Caecilii Junioris Nouocomensis Plinii Secundi Veronensis Nepotis libri Epistolarum nouem addito nu[n]c [et] Decimo cum Panegyrico.i.oratione de laudibus Traiani I[m]peratoris una cum luculentissima Ioannis Mariae Catanaei expositione his omnibus libris adiuncta felice sydere incipiunt : quarum diligentissime nuper recogniti fideliterque impressi. Venetiis [Venice]: per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellensem. Anno Dni. M.CCCCC.XIX. [1519] Die. XV. Decembris [December 15]. Hardcover. Folio (315 x 220 mm), ff. [4], CCXLVII (247 leaves numbered in Roman numerals). Signatures: .[ ]4 a10 b-z⁸ [&]⁶ A-G⁸. Modern vellum binding. Title-page with woodcut device and surrounding border with dolphin motifs. Imprint from colophon: 'Venetiis per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem Anno Dni MCCCCCXIX. Die XV Decembris'. Latin text in Roman letter in up to 46 lines, interspersed with occasional words and paragraphs in Greek, with surrounding commentary in small characters in lines of sixty and shoulder notes. Index at front in four columns on unpaginated leaves. Numerous and variable decorative woodcut floriated and historiated capitals. Ten repeat woodcut illustrations of Pliny working at a desk. Terminal blank present. Condition: Collated complete. Binding secure. Head perhaps a little short, otherwise margins correct. Largely fresh interior, the leaves generally very clean with very occasional signs of light browning. No marginalia or inking. Scarce post-incunabulum. Paypal on … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-02 00:00:29
1519. Il libro si presenta in ottime condizioni, piccolissime forature di tarlo con leggere perdite di testo da carta 50 a carta 240 inferiori al centimetro. Sylavrum libri V, Achilleidos libri XII, Thebaidos libri II, Orthografia et Flexus Aldo Manuzio - Stazio 1519, Aldo Manuzio Prima edizione: No Formato: In Ottavi (15-23cm ) Tipo di rilegatura: Piena pergamena Condizione: Buone, lievi segni di usura Pagine: 588 Codice articolo: CW1019 Descrizione Rara seconda edizione aldina delle opere complete di Stazio, ristampa della prima del 1502, aumentata con una lettera di prefazione di Francesco Asolano al fratello Domizio e a Pasquale Marini. Le opere staziane sono seguite dalla "Orthografia. dictionum graecarum omnium apud Statium" di Aldo Manuzio che, nell'edizione del 1502, era posta all'inizio del volume. Condizioni il libro si presenta in ottime condizioni, piccolissime forature di tarlo con leggere perdite di testo da carta 50 a carta 240 inferiori al centimetro. Per ulteriori informazioni contattateci Sempre possibile effettuare Spedizione Combinata. Spedizione con Corriere Espresso con consegna in 24-48 Ore. Possibile effettuare anche pagamento tramite Contrassegno con un piccolo sovrapprezzo di 6 Euro.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Verbantiqua (libreria-antiquaria-verbantiqua) [scarperia, FI, IT]
2020-01-29 19:44:24
ORIGENES, Adamantius (Origen, Origenis) Merlinus, Jacobus :
(Paris), venundantur cum reliquis eorundem tomis in edibus Joannis Parvi: et Jodoci Badii Ascensii, (1519). (Paris), venundantur cum reliquis eorundem tomis in edibus Joannis Parvi: et Jodoci Badii Ascensii, (1519).. Volumes III and IV only of 4, bound in 1 volume, (1519) Latin text, folio, approximately 330 x 210 mm, 13 x 8¼ inches, 2 title pages, that to Volume III in red and black, both with architectural and pictorial borders, at the top, Origen writing, in the centre the large device of the printer Josse Badius showing men working on the press, decorated initials throughout, leaves: (6), CCXXIIII; (2), CLXXV, bound in modern quarter morocco over marbled boards, raised bands and title blind stamped to spine. Small dark spot at tail of spine, title neatly inked on fore-edges, title page to Volume III lightly soiled in lower outer corner, margin only, small neat repair to 3 margins, some early neat margin notes, occasional neat underlining or emphasis marks to margins, 1 or 2 corrections to text, not obscuring original, tiny wormhole to last 2 pages affecting running title but with no loss, final blank leaf with neat early manuscript notes and dusty and slightly stained. Contents otherwise bright and clean, binding tight and firm, a good sturdy copy. Date obtained from colophon to Volume IV. Volume III contains commentary on the New Testament (Matthew, Luke, the Epistle to the Romans); Volume IV contains chapters against heretics, the Contra Celsum, Peri Archon, and other material such as Tituli apologetici Pamphili pro Origene and Liber Rufini. Josse Badius Ascensi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton [United Kingdom]
2020-01-24 21:05:41
Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus
Venice, Italy: Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem, 1519. Very good condition. [PLINY THE YOUNGER (Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus)]. C. Pli. Caecilii Junioris Nouocomensis Plinii Secundi Veronensis Nepotis libri Epistolarum nouem addito nu[n]c [et] Decimo cum Panegyrico.i.oratione de laudibus Traiani I[m]peratoris una cum luculentissima Ioannis Mariae Catanaei expositione his omnibus libris adiuncta felice sydere incipiunt : quarum diligentissime nuper recogniti fideliterque impressi. Venetiis [Venice]: per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellensem. Anno Dni. M.CCCCC.XIX. [1519] Die. XV. Decembris [December 15]. Hardcover. Folio (315 x 220 mm), ff. [4], CCXLVII (247 leaves numbered in Roman numerals). Signatures: .[ ]4 a10 b-z⁸ [&]⁶ A-G⁸. Modern vellum binding. Title-page with woodcut device and surrounding border with dolphin motifs. Imprint from colophon: 'Venetiis per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem Anno Dni MCCCCCXIX. Die XV Decembris'. Latin text in Roman letter in up to 46 lines, interspersed with occasional words and paragraphs in Greek, with surrounding commentary in small characters in lines of sixty and shoulder notes. Index at front in four columns on unpaginated leaves. Numerous and variable decorative woodcut floriated and historiated capitals. Ten repeat woodcut illustrations of Pliny working at a desk. Terminal blank present. Condition: Collated complete. Binding secure. Head perhaps a little short, otherwise margins correct. Largely fresh interior, the leaves generally very clean with very occasional signs of light browning. No marginalia or inking. Scarce post-incunabulum. Paypal on … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-01-23 01:37:35
1519. PONTANO Giovanni Gioviano, Ioannis Ioviani Pontani. De Aspiratione libri duo. Charon dialogus. Antonius dialogus. Actius dialogus. Aegidius dialogus. Asinus dialogus. De sermone libri sex. Belli, quod Ferdinandus senior Neapolitanus rex cum Ioanne Andeganiensium duce gessit, libri sex, Venetiis, in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri, 1519. DESCRIZIONE DETTAGLIATA: In-8° (20 x 12,3 cm), carte 318, legatura successiva, probabilmente settecentesca, in piena pelle, alle armi, con piatti decorati da una cornice di dentelles in oro; al centro del piatto anteriore, entro una doppia cornice ovale a motivi fitomorfi in oro, stemma gentilizio ovale, anch'esso in oro, alla fascia increspata, accompagnata da tre corone radiate, due più piccole, accostate, in capo, ed una più grande, in basso. Tagli dorati. Legatura con restauro moderno: il dorso a sette scomparti, con fregi in oro, è stato rimontato, provvisto, all'altezza del secondo scomparto, di un nuovo tassello in pelle con titoli in oro, e le cerniere sono state rinforzate con inserti in pelle, simile, nel colore, a quella della legatura. Legatura un po' stretta. Una gora d'umido riguarda tutto il volume: detta gora, più estesa ed evidente, digradando nell'intensità, da carta 1 a carta 170, più contenuta e leggera nelle restanti carte, ha fatto sì che il supporto cartaceo, nelle parti da essa interessate, assumesse una tonalità più scura, color beige chiaro, rispetto al tono di bianco della sua colorazione originaria; questa patina, tuttavia, non pregiudica, in alcun modo, la leggibilità e la fruibilità del testo, né, di fatto … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Mazzei (alghisio) [Bagnone, MS, IT]
2020-01-16 23:37:04
IOANNI BAPTISTAE EGNATII VENETI DE CAESARIBUS LIBRI iii .IN SPARTIANI.VOPISCUS.POLLIO.GALLICANUS.
1519. [Giunti-prima edizione] (cm.16,4) buona piena pergamena originale semirigida con tracce di lacci. -- cc. 6 nn., cc. 2 bianche; cc. 88, cc. 301 + 1 c. con registro + 1c. bianca + 1c. con al verso la bella marca tipografica. Carattere corsivo elegantissimo. Dedica di G.B. Egnatio a Iacopo Minutio. Prima edizione giuntina di questo celebre classico, manca a CHOIX, BM. STC. e a vari altri repertori. Esemplare molto bello nitido e genuino, con spazi per lettere capitali e letterina guida ai capoversi. Solo lieve difetto all' unghia della legatura ben integrato. CAMERINI n° 128; BANDINI II 130; ADAMS s 780; RENOUARD p. 44 n° 28; GRAESSE III 225; BRUNET III 303.
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, IT]
2020-01-15 12:47:04
Giovanni Giovano Pontano
1519. Condition: Accettabile. De Aspiratione (Libri due) - Charon (Dialogus) - Antonius (Dialogus) - Actius (Dialogus) - Aegidius (Dialogus) - Asinus (Dialogus) - De Sermone (Libri sex). Belli, quod Ferdinandus Senior Neapolitanus Rex cum Ioanne Andeganiensium Duce gessit, libri sex. Bella cinquecentina aldina in 4°, coperta rigida in pergamena con segni del tempo, elegante tassello in pelle con titolo e decorazioni incisi in oro su dorso,mancanza al piatto inferiore, fioritura sparsa, tagli colorati spruzzati in rosso, le pagine sono ingiallite e con alcune gore che non ne pregiudicano la fruibilità. Presente registro, colophon in excipit, segnatura dei fascicoli e richiami. Da segnalare la mancanza del Charon dialogus a causa della censura a cui fu sottoposto. Inoltre i Capilettera sono rimasti incompleti di decoro, è presente la sola lettera che successivamente sarebbe stata miniata. Restauro al frontespizio (con la caratteristica forma a triangolo rovesciato). Presente anche "Historia belli, quod Ferdinandus rex neapolitanus senior contra Ioannem Andega viensem ducem gessit" L'IMMAGINE MOSTRATA E' DELL'OGGETTO MESSO IN VENDITA THE IMAGE SHOWN IS THE OBJECT ON SALE L'IMAGE MONTREE EST L'OBJECT HIS EN VENTE Autore: Giovanni Giovano Pontano Editore: aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri Collana: Lingua: LATINO Luogo edizione: VENEZIA Argomento: Raccolta di opere di Giovanni Pontano Anno: 1519 Stato: USATO Pagine: 318 Volume: Rilegatura: Rilegato Edizione: PER ACQUISTI MULTIPLI, SPEDIZIONE UNICA A 4,90 EURO. ATTENDERE ACCORPAMENTO ORDINI PER IL PAGAMENTO FOR MORE THAN ONE PURCHAS … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bibliotecadibabele.libri [Tarquinia (VT), Italy]
2020-01-15 02:05:11
PLUTARCHUS.
Rare multi-lingual edition of a famous treatise on children's education by Plutarch, edited as a school book, printed in four different types, one for each of the parallel texts: Greek, Latin, French and German, in four columns on facing pages and with Latin notes in a fourth type in the left margins. Plutarch's essay was edited and translated by Theodore Vietor, pedagogue and professor of Greek at the Latin School in Marburg, Germany. We have found no information about Vietor of his edition of Plutarch.Plutarch's essay discusses the best education and care to give babies, children and adolescents, with specific advice for parents. The present edition starts with "Epigramma" by Christopher Mulder, a short speech by Philip Melanchton to the youth of Wittenberg, dated 1519, a dedicatory letter by Vietor to Maurits of Hessen and his son Otho, dated at Marburg, December 1597, and the author's preface, also dated December, 1597. So the book probably appeared in 1597 and here newly published, revised and enlarged.In good condition.VD17 23:241371Y (2 copies); not in BLC STC German (17th cent.); cf. Heltzel, Courtesy Books in the Newberry Library 1155-1159 (various early Plutarch eds. in Latin and English)..
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-01-14 11:12:48
Gerson, Johannes.
[Augustae {i.e., Augsburg}: per Johannem Froschauer, 1519]. 4to (20 cm, 7.875''). [20] ff. This successful devotional manual, first published in 1502 and here in its fourth edition, was the work of Jean Charlier de Gerson (1363–1429), one of the most influential French theologians, Chancellor at the University of Paris, and a keen supporter of the conciliary movement, which he defended at Constance. A short, popular handbook, Opusculum abandons Scholastic rationalism in favor of a plainer, clearer theological language explaining to the devout reader how to understand when a sin committed — e.g., vain glory, envy, wrath, avarice, lust, or false oath — should be considered venial or mortal. It also advises on when to get confession and concludes with practical considerations such as => the "special conditions" in which merchants find themselves, often led as they are by their work towards mendacity or ill faith. The title-page, printed in a compact Gothic typeface, is graced by one of Froschauer's handsome woodcut borders, with leaves, flowers, tendrils, a butterfly and a superb finch; the text is likewise in black letter with spaces and indications supplied for initials left unaccomplished. Provenance: Stamp "Bibliotheca Regia Monacensis" (crossed out) on verso of title-page. Most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel (“AHA”) at rear. WorldCat locates only one U.S. library (Folger) reporting ownership. VD16 J566; Panzer, VI, 133. 20th-century light green boards with cream shelfback, author and date hand-lettered to s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
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2020-01-05 12:49:17
Gerson, Johannes.
[Augustae {i.e., Augsburg}: per Johannem Froschauer, 1519]. 4to (20 cm, 7.875’’). [20] ff. This successful devotional manual, first published in 1502 and here in its fourth edition, was the work of Jean Charlier de Gerson (1363–1429), one of the most influential French theologians, Chancellor at the University of Paris, and a keen supporter of the conciliary movement, which he defended at Constance. A short, popular handbook, Opusculum abandons Scholastic rationalism in favor of a plainer, clearer theological language explaining to the devout reader how to understand when a sin committed — e.g., vain glory, envy, wrath, avarice, lust, or false oath — should be considered venial or mortal. It also advises on when to get confession and concludes with practical considerations such as => the "special conditions" in which merchants find themselves, often led as they are by their work towards mendacity or ill faith.    The title-page, printed in a compact Gothic typeface, is graced by one of Froschauer’s handsome woodcut borders, with leaves, flowers, tendrils, a butterfly and a superb finch; the text is likewise in black letter with spaces and indications supplied for initials left unaccomplished.    Provenance: Stamp "Bibliotheca Regia Monacensis" (crossed out) on verso of title-page. Most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel (“AHA”) at rear.    WorldCat locates only one U.S. library (Folger) reporting ownership.         VD16 J566; Panzer, VI, 133. 20th-century light green boards with cream shelfback, author and date hand-lettered to s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
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2019-12-31 07:20:04
DIO CASSIUS (CASSIO DIONE); EGNAZIO, Giovanni Battista (CIPELLI); BRUNI, Leonardo; MERULA, Giorgio; ARISTIDES, Aelius; et Alii
eredi di Aldo Manuzio il vecchio e Andrea Torresano il vecchio ("in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri" al colophon), 1519. Legatura settecentesca in tutta pergamena con titolo in oro su tassello al dorso entro cornice a doppio filetto, magnifici tagli verde scuro goffrati in oro con motivi floreali, segnalibri di seta verde, testo in carattere corsivo e titoli in romano. Ancora aldina al recto della carta iniziale, libro senza un frontespizio vero e proprio, come in molte edizione aldine. Piccole lettere guida per iniziali xilografiche. Questo libro contiene la seconda edizione di una delle poche opere originarie di Giovanni Battista Cipelli, ovvero il De Caesaribus libri tres (in aedibus Aldi, Venetiis 1516), che fu il trattato sulle vite dei Cesari a cui l'autore dovette la sua fama. Oltre a questa opera, inoltre, il volume raccoglie due operette antiche minori: Oratio de laudibus vrbis Romae ("Orazione in lode della città di Roma") di Aelius Aristides e Conflagratio Veseui montis ("L'eruzione del Monte Vesusio") di Cassio Dione. Di quest'ultimo, il volume include anche le vite degli imperatori Nerva, Traiano ed Adriano e altre vite di imperatori, tutte commentate dal Cipelli, scritte da Aelius Spartianus, Julius Capitolinus, Vulcacius Gallicanus, Aelius Lampridius, Trebellius Pollio e Flavius Vopiscus di Siracusa. I testi di questi scrittori, i cui nomi sono probabilmente fittizi, furono parte della cosiddetta Historia Augusta, una raccolta di biografie di imperatori ed usurpatori ispirata alle vite svetoniane. Inizialmente credute di età diocleziano-costantiniana, come … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librisenzadata rari antichi riviste d'epoca edizioni originali [Italy]
2019-12-08 20:44:03
Francesco Petrarcha; Antonio da Tempo; Marsilio Umbro - Petrarch
Venice - Venezia: Gregorio de Grigorii in Venesia [and] per Bernardino Stagnino, 1519 Book. Very Good. Vellum. ff 158 [6] ff 184. Two volumes in one comprising this 1519 Venetian edition of Petrarch. Seventeenth century full pigskin binding with yapped edges, lacking ties, calf label to spine with gilt lettering. Twentieth century renewed endpapers precede the text and there are seven woodcuts with woodcut initial letters; the text collates complete although many gatherings have leaves in the wrong order. This edition is a reprint of the 1513 edition beginning with the Sonetti and Canzoniere followed by the Trionfi which is introduced by the Marsilio Umbro. The text of the Sonetti and Canzoniere is printed with the commentary by Francesco Filelfo (continued by Girolamo Squarciafico) and commentary for the Trionfi by Bernardo Lapini. Please contact Christian White at Modernfirsteditions if you would like more information about this book..
Bookseller: Modernfirsteditions Ltd ABA/ ILAB/ PBFA [Ilkley, United Kingdom]
2019-11-18 22:31:10
EQUICOLA Mario.
s.n., s.d., [colophon 1519 Mense Iunio], S.l. 3 parti in un vol. in-4 antico (mm.208x150), ccnn 66, leg. ottocentesca p. perg. rigida con tass. e tit. oro al d., tagli rossi. Sulla prima c. il titolo è seguito da incisione xilogr. con l’impresa Papale. La prima opera è dedicata a Papa Leone X che nel 1518 bandì la crociata contro i Turchi, la seconda è dedicata al Cardinale Egidio da Viterbo (1469-1532) che fu legato pontificio per la costituenda lega di Carlo V; la terza è dedicata a Ercole Gonzaga. Rarissima cinquecentina che raccoglie tutte e tre le "esortazioni" di Mario Equicola, precettore di Isabella d’Este e dal 1519 suo segretario personale. Manca a Brunet, Olschki-Choix, Graesse, Adams, BL. Solo 4 biblioteche italiane possiedono tutte e 3 le pubblicazioni: Avellino, Nazionale di Napoli, Marciana di Venezia (misc.2698), Apostolica Vaticana. La Biblioteca di Mantova possiede solo la seconda (CNCE 18184) che si suppone stampata a Mantova. Ferrari, Le Cinquecentine mantovane, 2008, n.58 e nota. Stephen Kolsky, Mario Equicola: the real courtier, 1991. Domenico Santoro, Della vita e delle opere di Mario Equicola, 1906. P. Cherchi alla voce Equicola DBI, p.36. Luciano Cinelli, "Oratoria sacra alla corte dei Gonzaga." in Atti del Convegno Casa della Beata Osanna, 2006, p.4: "Leone X non fu meno dei suoi predecessori bandendo la crociata contro i Turchi nel 1518 iniziativa che fu all’origine della stesura, fra il 1518 e il 1519, delle tre Suasoriae in Turcas, dedicate dall’Equicola al Pontefice e di cui ce ne resta solamente una in forma integrale pubblicata a Mantova pres … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2019-11-01 20:34:06
(Nürnberg, Friedrich Peypus für Anton Koberger), 1519. 20 nn. Bll., CLXXIX num. Bll., 4 (statt 5) nn. Bll. mit 1 ganzseit. Titelholzschnitt, 72 (davon 5 fast ganzseit. und 2 ca. halbseitige) Holzschnitte, 2 halbseit. Kalender-Holzschnitte (Sonne und Mond) und 1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt-Druckermarke sowie Holzschnitt-Bordüren auf jeder Seite von Hans Springinklee, Erhard Schön u. a. Adams I, H 1006. VD 16, H 5067. Dodgson I, 562. - "Zu Beginn des 16. Jahrhunderts fand das kleine Andachtsbuch `Hortulus Animae` ungewöhnlich große Nachfrage. Zwischen 1498 und 1523 erschienen über 100 Ausgaben dieser Sammlung von Gebeten, die in deutscher Übersetzung meist als `Seelengärtlein` bezeichnet wurde. . Allen gemeinsam sind der Kalender, das kleine Marienoffizium, die sieben Bußpsalmen, die Allerheiligenlitanei, die Suffragien und das Totenoffizium." (Ausstellungskatalog Schäfer 71). - A prayer book which both in its Latin and German forms was exceedly popular in the early years of the sixteenth century. The first known edition was printed at Strasburg by William Schaffener of Rappeltsweiler, and is dated 13 March, 1498. After that date new editions with various supplements and modifications were constantly issued by other printers both in Strasburg and other German cities, and even at Lyons. Many of them, though small in size, were illustrated with beautifully designed woodcuts. Mr. C. Dodgson gives a list of eighteen editions between 1516 and 1521, all of which contained cuts by the well-known engravers Hans Springinklee and Erhard Schön. The earliest German edition appeared in 1501, bu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
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2019-10-25 21:06:12
Lochmaier, Michael; Michaele Lochmair; Lochmeyer; Michael Lochmayr von Haideck
Basileae [Basel]: Adae Petri de Langendorff, 1519. [Catholic Handbook for Parish Priests] Bound in full vellum. Small 4to; 20 cm. Solid binding. Boards someone splayed. All edges red. Marbled end sheets. 135 leaves. Printed in black letter. Marginal water staining to some leaves. Lochmaier was a professor of canon law and theology in Vienna and a canon of the cathedral of Passau. Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2019-10-18 22:27:18
BEZE (Théodore de).
1519. 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-8. 1). 293pp. 7ff. 2). 1f. 231pp. 15ff. Veau brun, dos à nerfs (Reliure de l'époque restaurée, dos refait) Réunion de deux ouvrages de controverse du XVI siècle reflétant les thèses protestantes sur le droit du mariage (polygamie, mariage, adultère, divorce, répudiation, etc.). Ils sont tous les deux en seconde édition. Théodore de Beze (Vezelay 1519 - Genève 1604) fut une des grandes figures de la France protestante. Calvin, avec qui il était très lié, l'entraîna à Genève dès 1548 où Bèze mit ses capacités et son énergie au service de la Réforme. Niels Hemmingsen (1513-1600), célèbre théologien protestant danois, disciple de Melanchton, était surnommé le "Luther Danois". Quelques trous de ver au second ouvrage, rousseurs.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-10-08 06:49:09
Montedoro, Marco
1519. Circa 1915-1947. The following original draft drawings and paintings by Marco Montedoro are being offered as a collection. They include original graphite, pen and ink, and watercolor paintings on paper and artist's board spanning the career of Marco Montedoro as a set and costume designer. The archive is a comprehensive representation of his professional career in Europe and the United States. Before he died, Montedoro gave his collection to his close friend Hella Arensen (ne Aronson), a German Jewish newspaper artist who emigrated from pre-war Nazi Germany to New York. Since Montedoro's death, the collection has remained in the Aronson family.Most images are signed by Montedoro, with an average size of 11" x 14", and are in varying condition. A full photographic gallery of this collection is available upon request.Montedoro's family of musicians considered him a child prodigy and sent him in his teens to Paris to study drawing and painting. He worked as an artist in Paris until 1913, when he became the artistic director of the Berlin Metropole. During WWI, he designed posters for Italian theaters and cinemas. Following the war, Montedoro returned to Paris to design costumes for the Palace, Ambassadeurs, Moulin Rouge, and Folies Bergère, including a 1927 show featuring Josephine Baker. During this period he also designed productions in Milan, Berlin, London, St. Petersburg, and Poland.In 1930, Montedoro relocated to New York City and designed for the Schuberts, including the 1941-1942 Broadway production of La Vie Parisienne. From 1932-1947, Montedoro worked a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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