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2017-08-18 11:27:47
Giacomo da Milano.
per Ioanne Antonio & Fratelli da Sabbio, 1521. In-8° (15,1), legatura antica in p. pergamena semirigida, tagli spruzzati; cc.118 [2] con bella vignetta silografica al frontespizio (natività) e marca tipografica all'ultima carta, titoli in gotico, iniziali ornate; antica nota di possesso al frontespizio; piccola integrazione al margine bianco delle sole carte n1 e n5; minuscoli segni di restauro. Editio princeps della versione italiana dello Stimulus amoris, probabilmente ripresa da un più antico volgarizzamento toscano andato perduto. All'epoca si attribuiva a San Bonaventura da Bagnoregio, San Bernardo di Chiaravalle o Henri de Baume, ma da tempo è assegnato definitivamente al francescano Giacomo da Milano (XIII secolo). Un studio filologico di questo antico testo di misticismo sta in Silvia Mostaccio (DBI, LIV ad vocem). Cfr. Rava, Supp. Sander, 1170 bis. Buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2017-08-15 19:59:46
Nuremberg: Friedrich Peypus for Johann Koberger, 1521. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. 8vo (140 x 90 mm). Printed in red and black, gothic types, each page within narrow woodcut borders (scrolling foliage, classical columns, etc.), title-page with large woodcut of the Virgin and Child enthroned; Calendar, Saints Days, Lunar and Solar phases, and other prefatory matter, woodcut capitals, 86 half-page woodcut illustrations by Hans Springinklee, Erhard Schön and others, Z4r with colophon and Peypus's woodcut device. Contemporary blind-panelled sheep, covers with small floral centerpiece, spine in four compartments. Joints worn; title-page a bit soiled, colophon reinforced along gutter margin and a few pale ink stains. Provenance: early owner's signature cropped on upper margin title-page. The "Little Garden of the Soul" was a popular prayerbook in Germany in the early years of the sixteenth century, with the first known edition printed at Strasbourg by Wilhelm Schaffener of Rappeltsweiler, dated 13 March 1498. Numerous editions appeared between 1498 and 1539, in both Latin (as here) and German, most containing some of the same beautifully designed woodcuts by Hans Springinklee and Erhard Schön, and printed variously at Lyons and Nuremberg (by Stuechs or Peypus) for either A. Koberger or J. Koberger. "The 'Hortulus' bears a general resemblance to the Horæ and Primers which were then the form of prayer book most familiar in France and England. As in these latter, the Little Office of our Lady always occupies the place of honour, but the 'Hortulus' contains … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts
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2017-08-14 12:30:53
[Brevarium Cartusiense].
1521. 8vo. (8), CCCXLV (instead of 352) ff. With title woodcut and one woodcut in the text, printed in red and black throughout. Contemp. blindstamped calf over wooden boards (spine rebacked, with ms. label). A single central clasp. Rare Carthusian Breviary; probably a hitherto unknown variant printing, the collation of which agrees with that stated by Bohatta. The woodcut shows four procession scenes ("Laudate dominum in sanctis eius"). - Top spine-end damaged; slight browning, with occasional worming. Wants the final 7 ff. From the Ritter Waldauf Library in Hall with their engr. bookplate, stamp, and ms. ownership dated 1596. The Imperial Protonotary Florian Waldauf (also: Baldauf; c. 1450-1510; in 1495 countersignatory to the preliminary contract of the Habsburg-Spanish double wedding) and his wife Barbara founded a chapel, a collection of relics, and a ministry for the Hall parish church. As steward of the Waldauf endowment, the City of Hall was responsible for the donations "das alle jar etliche puecher nach anzaigen des predigers zum predigambt gekauft und in der heiligen capellen liberei an ketten gehangen und versorgt werden"; furthermore, the library was directed to acquire books from the estates of religious figures. Contrary to the Waldauf decree, the library was hardly enlarged by systematic purchases, but mainly through the incidental acquisition of books and endowments, primarily from clergymen, monasteries, and schools. The most famous previous owner was Johannes Eck. "After 400 years of existence and only occasional growth, interest in the survival of the Ri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-08-14 12:24:51
Brevarium Cartusiense].
Paris, Th. Kerver, [1521?]. - 8vo. (8), CCCXLV (instead of 352) ff.With title woodcut and one woodcut in the text, printed in red and black throughout. Contemp. blindstamped calf over wooden boards (spine rebacked, with ms. label). A single central clasp. Rare Carthusian Breviary; probably a hitherto unknown variant printing, the collation of which agrees with that stated by Bohatta. The woodcut shows four procession scenes ("Laudate dominum in sanctis eius"). - Top spine-end damaged; slight browning, with occasional worming. Wants the final 7 ff. From the Ritter Waldauf Library in Hall with their engr. bookplate, stamp, and ms. ownership dated 1596. The Imperial Protonotary Florian Waldauf (also: Baldauf; c. 1450-1510; in 1495 countersignatory to the preliminary contract of the Habsburg-Spanish double wedding) and his wife Barbara founded a chapel, a collection of relics, and a ministry for the Hall parish church. As steward of the Waldauf endowment, the City of Hall was responsible for the donations "das alle jar etliche puecher nach anzaigen des predigers zum predigambt gekauft und in der heiligen capellen liberei an ketten gehangen und versorgt werden"; furthermore, the library was directed to acquire books from the estates of religious figures. Contrary to the Waldauf decree, the library was hardly enlarged by systematic purchases, but mainly through the incidental acquisition of books and endowments, primarily from clergymen, monasteries, and schools. The most famous previous owner was Johannes Eck. "After 400 years of existence and only occasional growth, interest in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-08-11 13:42:06
Apuleius:
Venedig: Aldus / Andreas Torresanus 1521 266 (recte 264), [28] Blätter; Lagenkollation: a-z: 8, A-I: 8; 1-3: 8, 4: 4. Handgefertigter, blind- und schwarzgeprägter dunkelroter Maroquinband des 20. Jh. (164 x 100 x 51 mm) auf drei Doppelbünden, handgestochene Kapitale in gelber und ockerfarbener Seide, Spiegel aus Marmorpapier, fliegende Vorsätze aus handgeschöpftem Bütten, Octavo, 158 x 91 mm (Erste Lage leicht wasserrandig oder fleckig, bzw. fingerfleckig, sonst nur minimal fleckig; in der zweiten Hälfte ein kleiner, fast unmerklicher Wurmgang im unteren weißen Rand innen. Wenige Anstr. und Marginalien von alter Hand. Verblasster Besitzeintrag) Editio princeps des Alcinous-Textes. Apuleius wurde um 125 zu Madaura in Nordafrika geboren, nach Studium der Rhetorik und Philosophie in Karthago und Athen - er beherrschte sowohl die punische wie die lateinische und griechische Sprache - war er als Anwalt und Rhetor in Rom tätig, dann in seiner Heimat als Provinzialpriester des Kaiserkults und Wanderredner. Auf Reisen durch Griechenland und Asien ließ er sich in die Mysterien einweihen. Seine um 170 verfaßten und immer noch mit Vergnügen lesbaren \"Metamorphosen\", eine Bearbeitung der Verwandlungen des Lukios von Patrai, sind der erste vollständig überlieferte antike Roman und, wie Merkelbach in \"Roman und Mysterium in der Antike\" schreibt, selbst ein Mysterientext. In ihm wird neben einer Fülle von Abenteuern das berühmte Märchen von Amor und Psyche erzählt; den Abschluß bildet eine Verherrlichung der Mysterien der Isis und des Osiris. In der Apologie verteidigt er sich im Zu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck
2017-08-09 19:24:26
Nuremberg: Friedrich Peypus for Johann Koberger, 13 December 1521. 8vo (140 x 90 mm). Printed in red and black, gothic types, each page within narrow woodcut borders (scrolling foliage, classical columns, etc.), title-page with large woodcut of the Virgin and Child enthroned; Calendar, Saints Days, Lunar and Solar phases, and other prefatory matter, woodcut capitals, 86 half-page woodcut illustrations by Hans Springinklee, Erhard Schön and others, Z4r with colophon and Peypus's woodcut device. Contemporary blind-panelled sheep, covers with small floral centerpiece, spine in four compartments. Joints worn; title-page a bit soiled, colophon reinforced along gutter margin and a few pale ink stains. Provenance: early owner's signature cropped on upper margin title-page. The "Little Garden of the Soul" was a popular prayerbook in Germany in the early years of the sixteenth century, with the first known edition printed at Strasbourg by Wilhelm Schaffener of Rappeltsweiler, dated 13 March 1498. Numerous editions appeared between 1498 and 1539, in both Latin (as here) and German, most containing some of the same beautifully designed woodcuts by Hans Springinklee and Erhard Schön, and printed variously at Lyons and Nuremberg (by Stuechs or Peypus) for either A. Koberger or J. Koberger. "The 'Hortulus' bears a general resemblance to the Horæ and Primers which were then the form of prayer book most familiar in France and England. As in these latter, the Little Office of our Lady always occupies the place of honour, but the 'Hortulus' contains a greater variety of popular prayers, many … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [USA]
2017-08-02 14:01:47
Bodenstein, Andreas Rudolf:
(Augsburg, Melchior Ramminger, 1521).. 32 Bll. Alter Umschlag. 4°. VD 16 B 6243. - Der Reformator Andreas Rudolf Bodenstein, genannt Karlstadt, latinisiert Carolstadius (1486- 1541) predigte und realisierte konsequent die Erneuerung des Gottesdienstes, mit Abschaffung der Messe, Abschaffung der Heiligenbilder, der Kirchenmusik (die seiner Meinung nach von der Andacht abhielten) und der Privatbeichte sowie des Zölibats. - Minimal fleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2017-08-01 19:14:36
Giacomo da Milano.
per Ioanne Antonio & Fratelli da Sabbio, 1521. In-8° (15,1), legatura antica in p. pergamena semirigida, tagli spruzzati; cc.118 [2] con bella vignetta silografica al frontespizio (natività) e marca tipografica all'ultima carta, titoli in gotico, iniziali ornate; antica nota di possesso al frontespizio; piccola integrazione al margine bianco delle sole carte n1 e n5; minuscoli segni di restauro. Editio princeps della versione italiana dello Stimulus amoris, probabilmente ripresa da un più antico volgarizzamento toscano andato perduto. All'epoca si attribuiva a San Bonaventura da Bagnoregio, San Bernardo di Chiaravalle o Henri de Baume, ma da tempo è assegnato definitivamente al francescano Giacomo da Milano (XIII secolo). Un studio filologico di questo antico testo di misticismo sta in Silvia Mostaccio (DBI, LIV ad vocem). Cfr. Rava, Supp. Sander, 1170 bis. Buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2017-07-27 13:30:43
PONZETTI FERDINANDO
Romanae academiae Bibliopolae. In 4°(mm 290x195); 51 (su 52) carte non numerate (mancante del frontespizio), registro: AA4, BB6, CC6, DD6, EE6, FF6, GG6, HH6, II6, KK4; testo latino in carattere gotico antico e romano tondo. Importante legatura coeva in piena pelle di vitello color bruno, dorso a quattro nervi con filetti a secco e fiori, piatti con decorazioni a cornici concentriche, fregio centrale, insegna araldica in oro opaco (ormai sbiadito), tre stemmi gentilizi in basso e in alto della cornice centrale, decori fitomorfi a secco. Bell'esemplare con ampi margini su carta vergellata con marca d'acqua (una mano e un fiore), antiche chiose a inchiostro bruno al margine di molte pagg. e sottolineature, saltuario lieve alone marginale, dorso e angoli restaurati, sguardie moderne, legatura molto vissuta. Rara edizione originale, interessante monografia sui veleni, suddivisa in tre libri; uno dei primi trattati di tossicologia, redatto da Ferdinando Ponzetti, dottore in medicina e teologia. Prima della nascita della chimica moderna la tossicologia rimase ancorata ad un elenco di sostanze e di sintomi, così descritti da Ponzetti nell'opera: Liber primus: Tract.i. De communi noticia illorum; Trac.ii. de actione venenorum in genere; Trac. iii. de distinctione venenosorum. Liber secundus: Tract.i. de preservatione; Trac.ii de causis; Trac.iii. de curis venenonus in genere; Trac. Iiii de curis illorum in specie; Trac.v. de putrescibilibus; Trac.vi. de partibus animalium venenosis; Trac.vii de plantis e partibus ipsarum venenosis; Trac.viii de plantis manifeste venenosis; Trac.ix … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2017-07-27 13:30:43
PONZETTI FERDINANDO
Romanae academiae Bibliopolae, Roma, 1521. In 4?(mm 290x195); 51 (su 52) carte non numerate (mancante del frontespizio), registro: AA4, BB6, CC6, DD6, EE6, FF6, GG6, HH6, II6, KK4; testo latino in carattere gotico antico e romano tondo. Importante legatura coeva in piena pelle di vitello color bruno, dorso a quattro nervi con filetti a secco e fiori, piatti con decorazioni a cornici concentriche, fregio centrale, insegna araldica in oro opaco (ormai sbiadito), tre stemmi gentilizi in basso e in alto della cornice centrale, decori fitomorfi a secco. Bell'esemplare con ampi margini su carta vergellata con marca d'acqua (una mano e un fiore), antiche chiose a inchiostro bruno al margine di molte pagg. e sottolineature, saltuario lieve alone marginale, dorso e angoli restaurati, sguardie moderne, legatura molto vissuta. Rara edizione originale, interessante monografia sui veleni, suddivisa in tre libri; uno dei primi trattati di tossicologia, redatto da Ferdinando Ponzetti, dottore in medicina e teologia. Prima della nascita della chimica moderna la tossicologia rimase ancorata ad un elenco di sostanze e di sintomi, cosÏ descritti da Ponzetti nell'opera: Liber primus: Tract.i. De communi noticia illorum; Trac.ii. de actione venenorum in genere; Trac. iii. de distinctione venenosorum. Liber secundus: Tract.i. de preservatione; Trac.ii de causis; Trac.iii. de curis venenonus in genere; Trac. Iiii de curis illorum in specie; Trac.v. de putrescibilibus; Trac.vi. de partibus animalium venenosis; Trac.vii de plantis e partibus ipsarum venenosis; Trac.viii de plantis manifeste venenos … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2017-07-20 19:36:56
Al-Qabisi, Abu Al-Saqr Abd al-Aziz Bin Othman Bin Ali (Alchabitius).
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 19:36:56
Al-Qabisi, Abu Al-Saqr Abd al-Aziz Bin Othman Bin Ali (Alchabitius).
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-07-20 19:36:56
Al-Qabisi, Abu Al-Saqr Abd al-Aziz Bin Othman Bin Ali (Alchabitius).
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-07-20 19:36:56
Al-Qabisi, Abu Al-Saqr Abd al-Aziz Bin Othman Bin Ali (Alchabitius).
1521. 4to. 64 ff. With several diagrams and woodcut initials in the text and the printer's full-page woodcut device on the final page, printed in red and black. Near-contemporary limp vellum with 19th century spine label. "Early edition of Alchabitius' 'Introduction to the Mystery of Judgments from the Stars', with the 'modern' version by Antonius de Fantis. Sessa issued the same work at the same time, but Liechtenstein's edition is superior and especially esteemed for the fine woodcut in black and red (printer's mark) at the end" (Weil). Translated by Joannes Hispalensis (in 1144), with the commentary of Joannes de Saxonia. "Although al-Qabisi's education was primarily in geometry and astronomy, his principal surviving treatise, 'Al-madkhal ila sina'at ahkam al-nujum' ('Introduction into the Art of Astrology') in five sections [...], is on astrology. The book, as the title indicates, is an introductory exposition of some of the fundamental principles of genethlialogy; its present usefulness lies primarily in its quotations from the Sassanian Andarzghar literature and from al-Kindi, the Indians, Ptolemy, Dorotheus of Sidon, Masha'allah, Hermes Trismegistus, and Valens. Although completely lacking in originality, it was highly valued as a textbook [... The] Latin version was commented on by Joannes de Saxonia at Paris in 1331" (DSB). - Some traces of worming throughout, mainly confined to margins and expertly repaired. 17th century ownership "Francois Claret" to title page. Rare; a single copy in auction records since 1975. Edit 16, CNCE 834. Adams A 24. BM-STC 1. BM I, 307. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [Austria]
2017-07-14 23:56:57
Negri, Stefano.
Milan: Io. de Castelliono, 1521 (August). 4to (20.5 cm; 8.125"). xciii (i.e., 29), [1] ff. (final blank). The final chapter conveniently extracted from Stephani Nigri Elegantissime è Graeco authorum subditorum translationes, Negri's didactic Latin translations of works by famous Greek authors. Negri (Stephanus Niger, d. ca. 1540) was a professor of Greek in that city. The selected text is composed of five chriae, or themes for rhetorical exercises, followed by three introductory lectures on Homer, Pindar, and Livy that Negri delivered at Milan "In publico Gymnasio," at school.    Printed in Latin and Greek, in roman and italic, this has a (sectional) title-page with its text framed in a wide ornamental border of acanthus leaves and flowers. In text are a number of ornate woodcut initials in white against a white-floriated background.    Evidence of readership: Early ink annotations in a few margins (partially cut off at the time of rebinding).    Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard (sans indicia).         EDIT16 CNCE 47085; Sander, II, 4984. Modern vellum over flexible boards, author/contents/date inked on spine, binding gently cocked; marginalia trimmed as above. Very lightly age-toned; clean and crisp.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
2017-07-13 12:47:37
Daemonologie, Astrologie, Geister der Toten, Schlaf und Traum, Mystik etc. - Sibilla, Bartolomeo (Sybilla, Sibylla):
Lyon, Jacques Myt, 1521. circa 15,8 x 10,5 cm., CCXXVIII num Bll., Titel in Rot und Schwarz mit Holzschnitt-Bordüre. Blindgeprägtes Kalbsleder d. Zt., Rücken alt in Pergament ergänzt Adams S 1057; Brunet V, 369; Caillet 10496. Seltene recht frühe Ausgabe dieser kuriosen Daemonologie des Dominikaners Bartolomeo Sybilla aus Monopoli bei Bari, der im Jahr der Erstausgabe 1493 verstarb. In drei Dekaden untersucht er die "Wanderungen der Seelen" durch das Inferno, den Limbus, das Purgatorium und Paradis. Im ersten Teil wird die Frage der Unsterblichkeit der Seele behandelt, der zweite untersucht die Natur der guten Engel und der dritte ist ganz den Daemonen oder boesen Engeln und verdammten Seelen gewidmet. Grossen Teil nehmen Diskussionen über Astrologie ein, die Sternzeichen, den Einfluss bösartiger Sterne, Träume und Visionen, Wahrsagen etc. Die Lehren des Hermes Trismegistos werden mehrfach zitiert, in der Beschreibung des Höllenfeuers folgt der Autor den Lehren des Duns Scotus. - Titel mit kleinem altem Besitzvermerk im weissen Rand, nur zu Beginn wenig fleckig, sonst meist sehr sauber. Einband stärker berieben, Vorsätze gelöst, sonst solide, trotz der Bereibungen recht dekorativ, innen sehr gut erhalten. [11 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2017-06-28 15:33:29
Rudbeck, Johannes
Bok. Svenska Bokband under Nyare tiden. Bidrag till svenska bokbinderihistoria. En serie afbildningar af konstnärliga bokband samlade och beskrifna af Johannes Rudbeck. I (1521-1718) - II (1718-1809) - III (1809-1880). Stockholm. Föreningen för Bokhandtverk, [Tryckta hos Bröderna Lagerström] MDCCCCX [1910] - MCMXIV [1914]. Tre delar i två volymer. Stor 4to. xxx+156+(1) & xxvii+86+(1) + xxvii+82+(1) sidor. Två volymer. Bundna i två samtida, röda, halvfranska band med 5 upphöjda bind, guldornerade ryggar med titeln tryckta i guld och med övre guldsnitt (osignerade). Banden lite kantstötta, nötta och med naggade kapitäl. Med Thorsten Sjölins exlibris. Varje del börjar med en textdel (med romersk paginering) och fortsätter sedan med en omfattande planschavdelning där en rad bokband och deras bindare behandlas.
Bookseller: Henning Hansen Antikvariat [Sweden]
2017-06-23 16:54:27
MACROBIUS, Ambrosius Theodosius
Cologne: Eucharius Cervicornus, 1521. A very attractive copy; first 30 and last two leaves with a single small wormhole.. Folio, title within an ornate woodcut border; fine woodcut map of the world and several woodcut diagrams, woodcut initials; nineteenth-century continental binding of half calf, flat spine gilt in compartments. An important early edition of Macrobius, the first to be edited by Arnoldus Vesaliensis (the classicist Arnold Haldrein of Wesel). This is a handsome edition, folio in size with an illustrated title-page and with many fine woodcuts and initials throughout, including a large and further developed, version of the famous Macrobian world map. One of the very earliest world maps, this half-page woodcut depicts a world split into two - Europe and the balancing Antipodes - and surrounded by ocean at the edges. This remarkable image, which survived by manuscript transmission from the fifth century into the age of printing, had a strong and lingering effect on post-Renaissance and pre-discovery geography: as Shirley points out, reprints "continued to appear from Venetian presses throughout the next century in at least 1521, 1528, 1565 and 1574. There was also a Basle edition of 1535? Crude variants also appeared in editions of Sacrobosco's Opusculum Sphericum throughout the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, As late as 1640 the title-page of Rosaccio's Teatro del Cielo included a small rectangular map after Macrobius?" (Mapping of the World, p. 12).There is an immense literature on the Macrobian world view: Carlos Sanz (El primer mapa del mundo?, Real Socie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books
2017-06-23 13:05:46
VITRUVIO POLLIONE Marco
Como, p. Magistro Gotardo da Ponte, 1521. In folio (mm. 408x282), p. pelle bazana coeva, dorso a cordoni con decoraz. e tit. oro, 8 cc.nn., CLXXXIII cc.num., 1 c.nn. (di Errata), testo inquadrato dal commentario, caratteri romani e greci; titolo stampato a forma di piramide che sovrasta la bellissima marca tipografica figurata dello stampatore (al verso della penultima c. la marca ha le sole iniziali); ornato da grandi capilettera silografati su fondo nero, con oltre 100 xilografie nel t. di cui 11 a piena pag. Le illustrazioni riproducono piante, spaccati, prospetti, particolari di edifici, macchine, studi sulla proporzione del corpo umano; vi figurano anche: una carta geografica dell'Italia al verso della c. XLVI - tre studi sul Duomo di Milano (si dice siano le prime autentiche rappresentazioni dell'architettura gotica in un libro a stampa) alle cc. XIV-XV - un'amenissima vignetta rappresentante l'età dell'oro al verso della c. XXXI - una grande tav. con l'allegoria del Cesariano alla c. LXXXXII. Le bellissime iniziali possono essere considerate come un tipico esempio di arte lombarda dell'epoca. "Prima edizione italiana". Il Vitruvio stampato a Como è considerato il più bel libro di architettura del Rinascimento, anche per le magnifiche illustrazioni. In assoluto è la più bella delle antiche edizioni di Vitruvio. Cfr. Fowler Collection,395: “It was translated by Bono Mauro da Bergmo and Benedetto Jovio da Comasco, with the commentary by Cesare Cesariano, who did many of the illustrations for which this edition is famous” - Cicognara,698 - Riccardi,I,610/611 - Berlin Ka … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas
2017-06-21 14:48:04
GUICCIARDINI, Ludovico
Tiele, Bibl. 423; Voet 1278. Much enlarged first edition in French of the first illustrated description of the Low Countries, printed by Plantin, written by the Italian nobleman Ludovico Giucciardini (1521-1589). The original Italian edition was published in Antwerp by Sylvius in 1567 and by Plantin in 1581 with nearly three times as many illustrations and the present French edition was again enlarged. A general description of the Low Countries is given, followed by the different provinces and its cities, with maps of some of the major cities of the province. The topography of the various regions and major cities is emphasized, but it also covers all aspects of contemporary life in each area as well, including an extensive treatment of the fine arts, trade and the commercial concerns of each region. Not only was Guicciardini's book a great success, going through dozens of editions in a wide variety of languages; its maps, plans and views were also copied for decades.The binding rubbed along the extremities and the spine with a wormhole and some damage to the ends, but otherwise good. Restoration to the lower outer corner of the first 22 leaves after the title-page and p. 164, as well as to the maps of Brussels, Brabantia, and the diocese of Cologne; some ink stains on pages 209-212, and some occasional marginal waterstains; still a good copy.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
2017-06-21 14:08:59
GUICCIARDINI, Ludovico
Tiele, Bibl. 423; Voet 1278. Much enlarged first edition in French of the first illustrated description of the Low Countries, printed by Plantin, written by the Italian nobleman Ludovico Giucciardini (1521-1589). The original Italian edition was published in Antwerp by Sylvius in 1567 and by Plantin in 1581 with nearly three times as many illustrations and the present French edition was again enlarged. A general description of the Low Countries is given, followed by the different provinces and its cities, with maps of some of the major cities of the province. The topography of the various regions and major cities is emphasized, but it also covers all aspects of contemporary life in each area as well, including an extensive treatment of the fine arts, trade and the commercial concerns of each region. Not only was Guicciardini's book a great success, going through dozens of editions in a wide variety of languages; its maps, plans and views were also copied for decades.The binding rubbed along the extremities and the spine with a wormhole and some damage to the ends, but otherwise good. Restoration to the lower outer corner of the first 22 leaves after the title-page and p. 164, as well as to the maps of Brussels, Brabantia, and the diocese of Cologne; some ink stains on pages 209-212, and some occasional marginal waterstains; still a good copy.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-18 00:00:00
GUICCIARDINI, Ludovico.
Tiele, Bibl. 423; Voet 1278. Much enlarged first edition in French of the first illustrated description of the Low Countries, printed by Plantin, written by the Italian nobleman Ludovico Giucciardini (1521-1589). The original Italian edition was published in Antwerp by Sylvius in 1567 and by Plantin in 1581 with nearly three times as many illustrations and the present French edition was again enlarged. A general description of the Low Countries is given, followed by the different provinces and its cities, with maps of some of the major cities of the province. The topography of the various regions and major cities is emphasized, but it also covers all aspects of contemporary life in each area as well, including an extensive treatment of the fine arts, trade and the commercial concerns of each region. Not only was Guicciardini's book a great success, going through dozens of editions in a wide variety of languages; its maps, plans and views were also copied for decades.The binding rubbed along the extremities and the spine with a wormhole and some damage to the ends, but otherwise good. Restoration to the lower outer corner of the first 22 leaves after the title-page and p. 164, as well as to the maps of Brussels, Brabantia, and the diocese of Cologne; some ink stains on pages 209-212, and some occasional marginal waterstains; still a good copy.
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2017-06-18 00:00:00
GUICCIARDINI, Ludovico.
Plantin,, Antwerp, 1582 - Folio. 18th century calf, richly gold-tooled spine. With engraved frontispiece, engraved title-page with letter-press text, engraved coats of arms of the 17 provinces, engraved allegorical plate and 82 mostly double-page maps, plans and views (including 4 additional). [20], 495, [25], pp. Much enlarged first edition in French of the first illustrated description of the Low Countries, printed by Plantin. This popular guide to the Netherlands was written by the nobleman Ludovico Giucciardini (1521-1589), an Antwerp-based merchant from Florence, Italy. The original Italian edition was published in Antwerp by Sylvius in 1567, with 17 maps and plans, mainly in woodcut. In 1581 Plantin published the Italian edition with nearly three times as many illustrations, all copper-engravings, and the present French edition was again enlarged. The work starts with some laudatory poems in Latin, Italian, Dutch, French and Greek, and a preface by Giucciardini. Then a general description of the Low Countries is given, followed by the different provinces and its cities, with maps of some of the major cities of the province, including Antwerp, Utrecht, Bruges, Amsterdam, Cambrai, and more. The topography of the various regions and major cities is emphasized, but it also covers all aspects of contemporary life in each area as well, including an extensive treatment of the fine arts, trade and the commercial concerns of each region. Not only was Guicciardini's book a great success, going through dozens of editions in a wide variety of languages; its maps, plans and views … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-06-14 20:51:38
KOSAKA, Masanobu (supposed author) & OBATA, Kagenori
1521. N.p. [Japan]: n.d. [but 17th century].These texts give an account of the life and times of Shingen Takeda (1521-73), and his son Katsuyori Takeda (1546-82), the greatest warriors of a prominent military house active from 1185 to about 1600, a period of considerable chaos in Japan. The Takeda clan had a profound influence on the development of the concept of bushido, the warrior class ethical system, which in turn can be said to permeate much of modern Japanese culture. Our manuscript includes "accounts of the Takeda clan's rise and fall; their unique military tactics; the army's constitution; their laws and precepts; and descriptions of their weapons, customs, and lifestyle...the Koyo Gunkan came to have enormous influence on the young bushi of the peaceful Edo period (1600-1868), who used it as a history, military strategy, and ethics textbook..."The Koyo Gunkan subsequently became one of the most important reference works for scholars of bushido throughout the Edo period, when the concept assumed its mature form as a deliberately articulated ethical system and martial cult..."The Koyo Gunkan is a massive and often neglected primary source of medieval Japan, and it is a rich source of information on day-to-day life and culture during the Japanese medieval period."-Alexander C. Bennett, "Neglected Treasure. The Koyo Gunkan" in Sword and Spirit. Classical Warrior Traditions of Japan, Vol. II, ed. by Diane Skoss (1999)-(see the whole wonderful article for more on this clan, this text, its authorship, and its importance).This manuscript is partially written in kana … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-06-14 13:28:47
Negri, Stefano.
Milan: Io. de Castelliono, 1521 (August). 4to (20.5 cm; 8.125"). xciii (i.e., 29), [1] ff. (final blank). The final chapter conveniently extracted from Stephani Nigri Elegantissime è Graeco authorum subditorum translationes, Negri's didactic Latin translations of works by famous Greek authors. Negri (Stephanus Niger, d. ca. 1540) was a professor of Greek in that city. The selected text is composed of five chriae, or themes for rhetorical exercises, followed by three introductory lectures on Homer, Pindar, and Livy that Negri delivered at Milan "In publico Gymnasio," at school.    Printed in Latin and Greek, in roman and italic, this has a (sectional) title-page with its text framed in a wide ornamental border of acanthus leaves and flowers. In text are a number of ornate woodcut initials in white against a white-floriated background.    Evidence of readership: Early ink annotations in a few margins (partially cut off at the time of rebinding).         EDIT16 CNCE 47085; Sander, II, 4984. Modern vellum over flexible boards, author/contents/date inked on spine, binding gently cocked; marginalia trimmed as above. Very lightly age-toned; clean and crisp.
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2017-06-14 13:28:47
Negri, Stefano.
Io. de Castelliono, 1521. The final chapter conveniently extracted from Stephani Nigri Elegantissime è Graeco authorum subditorum translationes, Negri's didactic Latin translations of works by famous Greek authors. Negri (Stephanus Niger, d. ca. 1540) was a professor of Greek in that city. The selected text is composed of five chriae, or themes for rhetorical exercises, followed by three introductory lectures on Homer, Pindar, and Livy that Negri delivered at Milan "In publico Gymnasio," at school. Printed in Latin and Greek, in roman and italic, this has a (sectional) title-page with its text framed in a wide ornamental border of acanthus leaves and flowers. In text are a number of ornate woodcut initials in white against a white-floriated background. Evidence of readership: Early ink annotations in a few margins (partially cut off at the time of rebinding).
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2017-06-10 21:56:33
Postinkunabel - Schatzgeyer, Kaspar O.F.M.,
[Augsburg, Grimm 1521]. 19,5 x 14,5 cm. [21] Bl. Modernes Halbleder. Papier etwas gebräunt. Rasur auf dem Titelblatt. VD16 S 2333. Komplett mit folgender Kollation A4-D4, E2 und F3. Kaspar Schatzgeyer (auch Sasger[us], Schatzger[us], 1463/64-1527) war ein bedeutender katholischer Kontroverstheologe der Reformationszeit, siehe R. Haas in BBKL, Bd XXII (2003), Sp. 1208-1213, oder Nikolaus Paulus, Kaspar Schatzgeyer. Ein Vorkämpfer der katholischen Kirche gegen Luther in Süddeutschland. Freiburg i.Br., Herder 1898. Vorliegende seltene Schrift, VD 16 nennt 10 Exemplare, wurde im gedruckten Grundwerk des VD 16 noch fälschlich 1525 datiert.
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2017-05-27 14:51:23
Riva Palacio, V.
Espasa y Compañía, editores s.d., Barcelona. Disponemos de los tomos I : "Historia antigua y de la Conquista" escrita por el Licenciado Alfredo Chavero y II "El Vireinato, Historia de la dominación española en México desde 1521 a 1808", escrita por el General Vicente Riva Palacio. Si lo desea en forma individual el precio es de u$ 98. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members) [MIAMI, FL, U.S.A.]
2017-05-19 20:41:21
Marco DENTE detto "Marco da Ravenna"
1521 - Bulino, 1521-23 circa, da un soggetto attribuito a Giulio Romano. Esemplare nel primo stato di tre o secondo di quattro, con l’indirizzo di Antonio Salamanca e la data 1541. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "Balestra nel cerchio con giglio" (Briquet 760, carta databile alla prima metà del XVI secolo), rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L’incisione raffigura l’incontro tra Annibale e Scipione, prima della battaglia di Zama, durante la seconda Guerra Punica, svoltasi nel 202 a.C., secondo la narrazione fornita da Tito Livio (Storie, XXX 29 e 30. 1-2). Sulle due sponde del fiume, personificato da una divinità incoronata, in basso a sinistra, sono: sulla destra, Scipione, accompagnato da due portabandiera e due ragazzi; sulla sinistra, Annibale, con la sua armata, gli elefanti e la cavalleria. Il soggetto corrisponde alla dodicesima scena degli arazzi del ciclo Gesta di Scipione. La serie completa di arazzi legata alla figura di Scipione è formata da due serie distinte: 13 rappresentazioni delle Gesta di Scipione hanno per fonte letteraria Tito Livio, e i Trionfi di Scipione – di 9 scene – basata sulla descrizione dello storico Appiano. La serie fu commissionata da Francesco I di Francia nel luglio del 1532, all’imprenditore Marc Crétif, di Bruxelles. Completata nel 1535, la serie fu distrutta nel 1797 per ordine del direttore della Garde_Meuble, Vilette, perché aveva bisogno dell’oro degli arazzi per pagare i suoi dipendenti. I cartoni dei Trionfi furono realizzati da Giulio … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-17 14:30:09
Erfurt. - Schwarz, Egbert Güthert, Harry Schröder, Kurt Sundermann, August Patzer, Helmut Usbeck, Werner Knappe, Joachim (Hrsg.)
Standort: K00948 Gr.-8. 17 uniforme blaue Originalhalbleinenbände und 3 beige Originalbroschuren. 69 / 60 / 38 / 138 / 54 / 39 / 111 / 96 / 171 / 171 / 399 / 100 / 224 / 218 / 134 / 295 / 258 / 279 / 407 / 391 Seiten mit zahlreichen einfarbigen Abbildungen. Bei allen Bänden handelt es sich um ausgeschiedene Bibliotheksexemplare mit den entsprechenden Stempeln und Signaturen. Die Einbände sind minimal berieben und bestoßen, die Broschuren etwas stärker. Die äußeren Seitenränder des 17. Bandes weisen bis zur Seite 34 einen Riss von ca. 2cm auf, diese Einrisse wurden laienhaft mit Tesa geklebt. Insgesamt gute Exemplare. Aus dem Inhalt: Horst Rudolph Abe - Die Frequenz der Universität Erfurt im Mittelalter (1392-1521) / Fritz Wiegand - Das Schriftgut der ehemaligen Universität Erfurt in den Archiven von Magdeburg und Erfurt / Horst Rudolf Abe - Der gegenwärtige Stand der wissenschaftlichen Vorarbeiten zu einerGesamtgeschichte der Universität Erfurt. Ein bibliographischer Abriß / Egbert Schwarz - Der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena zu ihrem 400jährigen Jubiläum im Jahre 1958 / Horst Rudolf Abe - Zur Geschichte der Erfurter Universitätsrektoren im Mittelalter (1392-1521) / Horst Rudolf Abe - Die Grabdenkmale mittelalterlicher Universitätsrektoren in Erfurt / Harry Güthert - Zum 70.Geburtstag von Prof. Dr. med Egbert Schwarz / Siegfried Orth - Johann Jakob Adlung (1699-1762), ein deutscher Musiker der Bachzeit als Angehöriger der Erfurter Universität / Horst Rudolf Abe - Die historischen Wurzeln der Medizinischen Akademie Erfurt / Elisabeth Bergmann - Das Wirken von Professor … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-02 19:24:54
Martialis, Marcus Valerius
Venetiis, per Guilielmum de Fontaneto, 1521. Folio. Komplett med 136 blad inklusive det tomma sista bladet. (Oregelbunden numrering, [ii] + "136" (=133) + tomt blad.) Titelsidan tryckt i rött och svart inom rik träsnittsbård med bl. a. fyra delfiner, och en träsninttsvinjett (upprepad i texten) föreställande Colosseum. Anfanger och träsnitt i texten. Stort exemplar, endast lätt skuret att döma av några blad med bevarad råkant nedtill. Samtida eller nära samtida pergamentryggsband, för- & eftersättsbladen spruckna på grund av de mjuka pärmarnas böjlighet, inlagan ställvis lätt solkad och fläckad samt lätt maskstungen, dock med obetydlig inverkan på texten, främre fria försättsbladet med gammal prydlig antikvariatnotering i svart bläck med undestrykningar i rött. Proveniens: [Victor von Stedingk], med karakteristisk notering i blyerts: "Träsnitten av Lucantonio degli Uberti (1sta illustrerade upplagan utkom 1510) (se Baer: Catalogue 750, nr 91)". Tidig och sällsynt Martialisupplaga med komentar av Domizio Calderini (1446-1478) och Giorgio Merula (1430-1494) som omger texten på tre sidor. (Vilken som är den första tryckta upplagan av Martialis är omtvistat, ofta anges en Ferrara-upplaga från 1471, men Sweynheym and Pannartz' odaterade romerska upplaga skall vara tryckt 1470-71, och det finns även en upplaga tryckt i Venedig som kan vara den första.) Ej i Adams. Sander, Le livre a figures Italien depuis 1467 jusqu'a 1530, 2, 4398. Essling, Etudes sur l'art de la gravure sur bois à Venise, 2, 1673. STC 420. EDIT16 (The Census of Italian 16th Century Editions), CNCE 37685."Den ro … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-02 15:40:07
Plutarque Plutarchi Cheronei
Gilles de Gourmont, 1521. Rare impression parisienne de Nicolas des Préz avec ses initiales et à la marque de Gilles de Gourmont, in folio dans sa reliure estampée de l'époque. Paris 1514 -1521 Plutarchi Cheronei Plutarque Aemilii Probi illustrium virorum vitae Josse Bade Nicolas des Prez Vie des hommes illustres Paris 1521 1 volume in folio reliure de 34,5 x 22,5 cm, feuillets de 21,5 x 33,5 cm de 18 feuillets non chiffrés, 393 feuillets chiffrés I-CCCXCIII, 1 fblanc non chiffré. Reliure de l'époque en veau estampé sur ais de bois. palettes décoratives encore bien franche. Restaurations au dos quelques auréoles claires sur les premiers et derniers feuillets , quelques trous de vers dans le dernier plat. Le corps d'ouvrage reste sain et le papier a conservé une belle sonorité. Epitre de Josse Bade daté de décembre 1514, importantes tables 18 feuillets , 393 feuillets pour le texte avec de nombreuses lettrines à fonds criblés. Au colophon "Finis in calcographia Nicolai de Pratis idibus Iunii MCXXI" Cette réédition ou contrefaçon de l'edition de Josse Bade donnée en 1514 a été donnée par Nicolas des Prés en juin 1521. Renouard nous informe qu'elle a été partagée entre Bernard Aubry, Pierre Gaudoul et Jean Petit. mais il n'a jamais vu cette page de titre, et ce semble bien le plus rare. Nous avons donc ici un quatrieme libraire non répertorié qui a mis en vente cette édition, Gilles de Gourmont avec sa marque repertorié N°381.par Renouard Les exemplaire à la marque de Gourmont semblent d'une insigne rareté, nous n'en avons pas repéré encore dans les différentes bibliothèques p … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-04-30 23:02:50
ERASME (Didier) ou Desiderius Erasmus
- Basilae Apud Io. Frobenuim [Bâle, Johannes Frobenius], 1521-1522. In-folio (277 x 191 mm), plein veau moucheté, dos à nerfs orné de compartiments encadrés, filets d'encadrement sur les plats, tranches rouges (rel. début XVIIIe), [102], [-3], 367 p. Très rare première édition collective, publiée du vivant d’Erasme, rassemblant ses sept apologies dont la célèbre 'Apologie contre Jacques Latomus' et les pièces de la polémique qui l’avaient précédée. La page de titre est ornée d’un bel encadrement sur bois attribué à Ambrosius Holbein, qui paraît dans ce volume pour la première fois et qui sera repris par la suite sur diverses productions (cf. Ambroise Firmin-Didot, 'Essai typographique et bibliographique sur l'histoire de la gravure sur Bois', col. 80). Les titres intermédiaires de deux autres apologies sont également encadrés. Lettrines historiées, bandeaux et ornements typographiques. Date : "Mense februario 1522" au titre et grande marque de Frobenius au colophon à la date: "mense octobri 1521". (Adams, E.488. Allen, I, 41. Allen, IV, 311-2. Knaake, II, 216B. Mynors, 52. Panzer, VI, 230, 419. Vander Hagen, I, p. 9. VD16 E 2034). Intéressant exemplaire portant des marques de la censure avec des passages biffés (mais demeurant visibles) ou recouverts de caches de papier et la mention manuscrite au colophon: "Esta expurgado. Como los antecedentes". Traces de restaurations à la reliure. Très bon exemplaire, très frais, très bien conservé. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL
2017-04-23 18:55:58
AFTER LEYDEN, LUCAS VAN (C. 1494-1533)
Modern copy in the same direction as original, on modern paper. From the series of the Passion."Engraving on paper, total: 114 x 75 mm; not described in Hollstein (46)"
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2017-04-11 06:18:13
Bosqueto, Barnardus; Fastolus, Thomas; Molendino
1521. Notable Decisions of the Rota Romana with Regulations of the Apostolic Chancery Bosqueto, Barnardus [d. 1371], Commentary. Fastolus, Thomas [fl. 1338-1361], Commentary. Molendino, Johannes de, Commentary. Decisiones Rote Nove ac Antique: Cu[m] Additionibus & Casibus: Ubiisq[ue] et Regulis Cancellarie Apostolice: Nuper Diligentilima Recognite & A Mendis Expurgate. [Lyons: Per Jacobum Myt Chalcographum, 1521]. [x], 116, 90, [10], 91-165 ff. Main text in parallel columns. Quarto 7-3/4" x 5-1/2" (19 x 14 cm). Contemporary paneled calf with elaborate tooling, raised bands to spine, fragments of thong ties. Light rubbing and some worm holes to boards, chipping to spine ends, joints starting at ends, corners worn, hinges cracked, considerable worming to pastedowns and endleaves, minor worming to lower margin of title page and following few leaves and final three leaves of text (fols. 163-165). Title page, featuring a woodcut vignette of a lawyer, a judge and a member of the Apostolic Chancery printed in red and black within a woodcut architectural border, woodcut decorated initials. Moderate toning to text, faint dampspotting in places, faint dampstaining to margins of title page and some other leaves, spark burns and early pen marks in a few places. $1,750. * Later edition. A collection of four sets of decisions by the Rota Romana and two sets of regulations for the Apostolic Chancery, which regulated practice and procedure. The decisions cover the period 1376 to 1381. The Chancery regulae are those of Sixtus IV, promulgated in 1482, and Innocent VIII, promulgated in 1491. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-03-29 15:18:48
Schwalb, Hans.
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2017-03-04 12:55:04
VIGO, Giovanni de
Lyons: In edibus Jacobi Myt, 1521. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (195 x 135 mm), 2 parts in one volume, both titles with ornamental woodcut borders and the first printed in red and black, double-column text with woodcut initials, three unnumbered index leaves at end of first work (with printer's woodcut device after colophon), the second work lacking final leaf of text, supplied in old (16th century) neat facsimile manuscript, verso blank and three leaves of index, some spotting and browning, foremargins of first few leaves a little chipped with trivial loss to one side-note on a2v, modern half morocco over marbled boards, a little rubbed, faint ink stamps. ---Adams V762 - Wellcome I, 6614 (ed. 1531) - Heirs of Hipp. 154 (ed. 1525). - not in Norman or G.-M., no copy in JbdAPr u. ABPC. -Though reprinted numerous times, copies of early editions of Vigo's surgery are uncommon. Vigo's "Chirurgia" consists of nine books ranging from a consideration of anatomy necessary for a surgeon, to sections on abscesses, wounds, ulcers, benign and malignant tumors, fractures and dislocations, pharmaceuticals, ointments and plasters, as well as sections on dentistry, exercise, diet, syphilis, among others. De Vigo introduces a novel approach for treating mandible dislocations and describes a trephine he invented, as well as a number of new instruments. Examination of his surgical piece demonstrates that he had a broad spectrum of knowledge in surgery based in part on the ancient Greek and Arabic medical literature but mainly on his personal experience. Giovanni de Vigo contributed … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-28 22:23:43
FOLENGO THEOPHILI
Paganinus Alexander, (Brescia), 1521. OPUS MERLINI COCAII Poete Mantuani Macaronicorm, totu(m) in pristinam formam per me Magristrum Acquarium Lodolam optime redactu(m), in his infra notatis titulis divisum. ¿(A la fin) Tusculani, Apud Lacum Benacensem, Alexander Paganinus, 1521, die V januari. Petit in-8. 272 feuillets chiffrés. 16mo veau doré aux plats et au dos. Première édition illustrée complète (la Ière, sans images, était paru en 1517), d'un des textes les plus originaux de la littérature Italienne du seizième siècle. Elle est ornée de bois gravés à pleine page, évoquant les aventures de l'auteur. Teofilo Folengo (1491-1544), moine défroqué et poète, mendiant et chanteur des rues, est le créateur, avec cet ouvrage qui est la chronique transposée de ses aventuers, du genre macaronique, récit qui mélange le latin de cuisine et le patois toscan, des gros mots italiens et des tournures populaires. Son titre, qui peut se traduire comme des "macaroni" presentés au public par le cuisinier Merlin, a donné son nom à ce genre litéraire. Folengo aurait eu une influence sur Rabelais. Il contient le cahier à part de 8ff. "qui manque souvent" (Graesse), imprimé probablement après. Cf. Brunet II, 1317. Olschki, Choix, 4550. Sander, Le livre italien à figures, 2832.¿ Adams F687 Merlin Cocaii and Acquarius Lodola are the author's pseudonyms. Cf. Encyclopedia universel illustrada Europeo-Americana, vol. 24, p. 251. Kort afgesneden, met marginaal tekstverlies. Eerste pagina¿s marginaal gevlekt. Goede afdrukken van de houtsneden. Postincunabel. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2017-02-10 01:32:38
Augsburger Renaissance-Einband - Augustinus, Aurelius,
Hagenau, Heinrich Gran für Johannes Rynman Oktober 1521 - Folio (32,3 x 23 cm). [50], CCCCLXI, [4], [1] weißes Bl. Titel in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. Mit breiter Holzschnitt-Titeleinfassung und ungezählten Holzschnitt-Initialen. Zeitgenössisches blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder über Holzdeckeln, Reste von handschriftl. Titel und Titelschild auf dem Vorderdeckel. Spuren von zwei Schliessen (fehlen). Einband etwas berieben und wurmstichig. Rücken mit Resten von Papierüberzug. Titelblatt leicht angeschmutzt, sonst kaum fleckig. Anfangs im Rand stark, sonst nur gering wurmstichig. Einige alte Marginalien, Längsschnitt an den Blattweisern beschriftet. VD16 A 4236. Benzing, Gran 202. Burg, Hagenau 77. Ritter, Repertoire bibliogr. Nr. 108. Index Aureliensis 110.157. Nicht im BM STC. Die schöne Titeleinfassung in der Art der Holbein-Schule zeigt ein Renaissance-Portal mit Putten und dem Wappen von Gran. Mit Beiträgen von Sebastian Brant. Aurelius Augustinus, Bischof im nordafrikanischen Hippo, zählt zu den vier großen Kirchenvätern, seine theologischen und philosophischen Schriften haben großen, bis heute anhaltenden Einfluss auf die katholische und evangelische Theologie. Ausgeschiedene Dublette der Münchener Hof- und Staatsbibliothek mit entsprechendem Vermerk auf dem vorderen Spiegel (Duplum Bibliothecae regiae Monacensis). Der attraktive Einband stammt wohl aus Augsburg (Werkstatt EBDB w004531), die Hauptrolle (stehender Putto mit Speer EBDB r003896) hat eine ähnliche Rolle der Münchner Hofbuchbinder Schinnagl zum Vorbild (EBDB r002893). Als weitere Motive finden sich eine Vasenrol … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-01 20:59:39
EINBANDMALEREI - SENECA, L[ucius Annaeus].
2 Bde. kl.-8. 11 Bll., 555 740 S. Mit 1 gest. Frontisp. Ant. Lucianus/Venet. u. je 1 wdh. Titelvign. Pgmt.-Bde. d. Zt. mit goldgeprägt. Rückensch. u. farb. Bemalungen auf allen Deckeln. vgl. Dictionnaire de géographie ancienne et moderne p. 238 Thieme-B. XXXIV, 157 Müller, Die Künstler aller Zeiten u. Völker III, 748 Singer IV, 488 - Einbandmalerei im Stil der italienischen Spätrenaissance. Auf dem Vorderdeckel von Band 1 ein Mädchenportrait, auf Bd. 2 eine in blau gewandete Person,die einen Kopf in ihren Armen hält. Über ihr ein segnender Engel mit Lilie. Auf den Hinterdeckeln jew. 3 Wappendarstellungen (Weißer Löwe auf rotem Grund, Libertas u. a.). Mit schwarzer Linie eingefasst, Rankenverzierungen. Handschriftl. Besitzverm. "Thomas de Luca Cadubrii" auf beiden Innendeckeln.- Cadubrium (heute: Pieve di Cadore), eine venetian. Stadt an der Piave war auch die Heimatstadt des großen Tizian und seines entfernt Verwandten Cesare Vecellio (1521-1601), der ein Schüler von Tizians Bruders Francesco Vecellio und später von Tizian selbst war. Er schuf mehrere Einbandmalereien und fore-edge-paintings. Der Aufenthaltsort des Vorbesitzers "Cadrubium" läßt vermuten, daß es sich bei dem vorl. Werk um eine Nachahmung von Cesare Vecellios Einbandmalereien handelt. Die als Programm initiierten Wappendarstellungen auf den Hinterdeckeln gleichen italien. Stadt- bzw. Patrizerwappen.
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2017-01-14 22:21:25
Philipp Melanchton
Pergament Gut Text Lateinisch. Blindgeprägter Holzeinband mit Pergamentbezug, blindgeprägt, solide trotz Abriebspuren. Schließe fehlen! Eintragung von sehr alter Hand im inneren Buchdeckel, Portrait von Melanchton auf Titelblatt, 749 paginierte Seiten, sauber, klare Typographie, sehr umfangreicher Index. Insgesamt sehr ordentlich. +++" Die Loci communes rerum theologicarum (dt. etwa: Allgemeine Grundbegriffe der Theologie) sind eine Schrift von Philipp Melanchthon aus dem Jahr 1521. Sie stellen die erste Dogmatik der evangelischen Kirche dar. Sie wurden in den Jahren 1535, 1543 und 1559 neu überarbeitet, wobei sich auch der Titel der Schrift teilweise änderte (spätere Versionen heißen: Loci praecipui theologici, zu deutsch etwa: Die wesentlichen Grundbegriffe der Theologie). Die Loci prägten die lutherische Bekenntnisentwicklung."(aus Wikipedia). +++ 11 x 18 cm, 0,7 kg. +++ Stichwörter:Theologie Alte Drucke Kirchengeschichte
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clement [Germany]
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