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2018-11-12 21:51:39
Condition: Good. Certified second hand articles More than 3.000.000 articles in shop Easy and safe purchase Streifzüge durch die englische Literatur. Von Alexander Pope bis Harold Pinter. Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen (insel taschenbuch) by Rüdiger Görner | Book | condition good Condition second hand - good Publisher Rüdiger Görner Medium Taschenbuch EAN 9783458338796 Delivery address: Change after payment is not possible. Shipping: To United Kingdom Books Fiction Books for children & teenagers Detective novels & thrillers ... and much more Music Pop Rock Children's music & audio stories ... and much more Movies Drama Action & Adventure Comedy & Entertainment ... and much more Games PlayStation 3 Nintendo DS PC ... and much more Software Children & Family Operating System School & Studies ... and much more Condition Description We try to assess the exact condition of the goods as objectively as possible. Prior to sale, each article is examined manually by us and its condition assessed according to the following criteria. Should there be deviations in any case from the condition stated, we would very much appreciate it if you would contact us before giving a review. Books & Media: new: Unused article in top condition The article is shrink-wrapped where it is delivered in this condition by the manufacturer very good: Second-hand article is in a very good condition Article hardly shows any traces of usage Pages are undamaged and contain no markings or notes Jacket or accessories are intact if included in the scope of delivery Jacket and accessories are intact where included in t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: momox-shop1 [Berlin, DE]
2018-10-23 06:11:05
Herodianus
Herodianus Historia Dello Imperio dopo Marco Tradotta in lingua toscana & con diligentia Stampata Woodcut printer's device on title page and final leaf [3], 109, 3 leaves including penultimate blank Small 8vo, old vellum First edition in Italian translated by Antonio Francini (1480-1537) who was a Greek and Latin Scholar 1522. Florenza - Philippo di Giunta Giunti Press Herodian's history of Rome comprises a collection of 8 books covering period from death of Marcus Aurelius to Reign of Gordian the third's in 238. Condition Boards firmly attached Binding sound Gift inscription as pictured - presentation from 1880 Not ex library Moderate external wear Scattered Foxing and soiling Overall for age very good No torn pages A sound copy including the genuine blank at N7 Citation: Pettas,217: Adams H392; BM STC Italian 326. Giunti Press First appearing in the Catasto of 1427, the Giunti were a well-established family in Florence. In 1437, the Giunti patriarch matriculated into the wool guild and became a small scale wool merchant in Florence. The first indication of the Giunti's involvement in the book trade was the establishment of a stationary business by Lucantonio, one of the younger Giunti brothers, in Venice In keeping with the Florentine tradition, this younger son had been sent to Venice to pursue trade. His partnership with his older brother Filippo in 1491 constitutes the the first recorded entrance of the Florentine Giunti into the world of printing. Although Filippo was originally concerned with the stationary trade, Lucantonio soon convinced him to establish his own pr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-10-19 23:42:22
1522. When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. Plutarchi Cheronaei Opuscula. : De garrulitate. De auaritia. Quomodo poterit quis ab inimicis aliquid commodi reportare. Eiusdem. De modo audiendi. Ex Luciano, Demonactis philosophi uita. Publisher:Venetiis : Per Bernardinum de Vitalibus Venetum, mense Ianuario M.D. XXII. Latin translation by Richard Pace. [59] (of [60]) leaves; lacks one of 2 blanks at end. 4to, 190x140 mm The translator was an English classical scholar and diplomat who served briefly as secretary to Henry VIII. Hoffmann III, 201; Contemporaries of Erasmus III, 37-39..aucCounter a { text-decoration:none; }.aucCounter span:hover { text-decoration:underline; }.aucHiddenCounter { display:none; }.aucCounterOrangeText { color:#FB6D05; font-family:Arial; Font-size:13px; Font-weight:bold; }.aucCounterBlueText { color:#0068ac; Font-family:Arial; Font-size:11px; } Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter ISBN Does not apply Special Attributes 1st Edition Original/Facsimile Original Binding Hardcover Subject Philosophy. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: JULIAN'S BOOKS [New York, New York, US]
2018-10-19 23:42:22
1522. Late 19th-/early 20th-century boards; marginal dampstaining, particularly heavy on opening leaves. Plutarchi Cheronaei Opuscula. : De garrulitate. De auaritia. Quomodo poterit quis ab inimicis aliquid commodi reportare. Eiusdem. De modo audiendi. Ex Luciano, Demonactis philosophi uita. Publisher:Venetiis : Per Bernardinum de Vitalibus Venetum, mense Ianuario M.D. XXII. Latin translation by Richard Pace. [59] (of [60]) leaves; lacks one of 2 blanks at end. 4to, 190x140 mm The translator was an English classical scholar and diplomat who served briefly as secretary to Henry VIII. Hoffmann III, 201; Contemporaries of Erasmus III, 37-39..aucCounter a { text-decoration:none; }.aucCounter span:hover { text-decoration:underline; }.aucHiddenCounter { display:none; }.aucCounterOrangeText { color:#FB6D05; font-family:Arial; Font-size:13px; Font-weight:bold; }.aucCounterBlueText { color:#0068ac; Font-family:Arial; Font-size:11px; } Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: JULIAN'S BOOKS [New York, New York, US]
2018-10-18 13:33:59
Riva di San Nazarro, Gianfrancesco
1522. Avignon, 1522. The First Legal Work Written About Plague Riva di San Nazarro, Gianfrancesco [c.1480-1535]. De Peste, Libri Tres. [Avignon: Per J. De Channey, 12 September 1522]. [xxviii], 162 pp. Three woodcut text illustrations. Quarto 8-1/4" x 6" (21 x 15 cm). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges and fragments of thong ties, raised bands to spine. Some soiling, spine darkened, minor wear to head of spine and corners. Title page printed within handsome woodcut architectural border, the two dedications commence with leaves with woodcut architectural borders and the coat of arms of the dedicatee, the first dedication also feature a woodcut vignette of the author presenting his book on bended knee, woodcut decorated initials and printer device. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, soiling and light foxing to a few leaves, brief annotations, manicules and underlining in a contemporary hand throughout, later owner signature to foot of p. [iii]. A handsome copy of a rare title. $7,500. * First edition, one of two issues from 1522, the other published in Lyon by Jacques Secon, priority uncertain. Riva di San Nazarro, a Lombard noble, was a learned jurist and humanist scholar. His many works, all commentaries on aspects of Roman and canon law, went through several editions and were often excerpted and anthologized. As suggested by its title De Peste is a treatise on Roman and canon law concerning issues relating to plagues. The first legal work written about plague and one of the very first books on public health law, it reflects the near-annual occurrence … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-10-18 08:31:37
BOCCACCIO Giovanni
1522. Title within architectural woodcut border, woodcut initials. Italic type. 8vo (260 x 110mm). 72ff. Half roan over paper covered boards, spine gilt with four raised bands, title lettered in gilt in second compartment (joints weak, light wear to extremities). Venice, per Nicolo Zopino e Vincentio compagno, 9 March, A very rare early edition of Boccaccio?s ?markedly misogynist vernacular work? (EILS, 601), first published in 1487. This is a reprint of the Giunta version, down to the introductory address to ?Gli Amatori della lingua toscana? in which the printers? names have been changed. This work went by other names, including Invettiva.contra una malvagia donna and Corbaccio, ?old crow? It was the supposed jilting of the poet by a Florentine widow which prompted the work. Many editions were produced over the sixteenth century, but this one is comparatively rare; OCLC finds only 4 in the US and 1 in the UK. Sparse non-verbal marginal annotation. General staining and discolouration throughout. CNCE 6259. (In Adams, Gamba & BMSTC only 1525 Zopino edition listed). Ref: Encyclopedia of Italian Literary Studies Vol. I, ed. G. Marrone (2007), 601. OCLC: (US: Newberry Library, Harvard, Michigan, Yale. UK: Manchester only). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-10-17 12:43:04
BOCCACCIO Giovanni
Title within architectural woodcut border, woodcut initials. Italic type. 8vo (260 x 110mm). 72ff. Half roan over paper covered boards, spine gilt with four raised bands, title lettered in gilt in second compartment (joints weak, light wear to extremities). Venice, per Nicolo Zopino e Vincentio compagno, 9 March,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2018-10-17 06:19:32
HISTORIA D'HERODIANO DELLO IMPERIO DOPO MARCO TRADOTTA IN LINGUA TOSCANA & CON DILIGENTIA STAMPATA HERODIAN Published by GUINTA, FLORENCE, 1522 BOOK DESCRIPTION: HERODIAN'S HISTORY OF ROME, EIGHT BOOK COLLECTION IN ONE; HISTORICAL FIRST PERSON ACCOUNT FROM THE DEATH OF MARCUS AURELIUS IN 180 A.D. TO THE BEGINNING OF GORDIAN III'S REIGN IN 238. A RARE GLIMPSE INTO A TUMULTUOUS AND DIVERSE PERIOD OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. [3]. 109, [3] LEAVES. LACKING 1 (BLANK?) LEAF AT FRONT. WOODCUT PRINTER'S DEVICE ON TITLE PAGE AND VERSO OF FINAL LEAF. SIZE/DIMENSIONS: (8VO)/14 x 9.2 CM. (5 1/2 x 3 1/2") EARLY FULL VELLUM, SPINE LETTERED IN AN EARLY HAND. BOOK CONDITION: VERY GOOD; SOME WEAR AND SOILING TO VELLUM, SOME WORMING IN COVERS, SMALL HOLE IN VELLUM ON SPINE; TITLE PAGE WITH SOME EDGE WEAR; EARLY INK NOTES IN MARGINS. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: lachambredambre [Crockett, California, US]
2018-10-11 02:16:59
Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam
Basle: Johann Froben, 1522. Leather Binding, hinges slightly cracked at binding...all pages secure and sound...very little foxing or soiling...complete copy of this rare work except for two missing leaves titling Colossians. 1522 - 1524 Erasmus New Testament Paraphrase Latin Biblical Paraphrases ~Matthew thru 3 John~ Printed by Johann Froben, Basle Folio 12" x 8 x 3-1/2" Condition Report: Leather Binding, hinges slightly cracked at binding...all pages secure and sound...very little foxing or soiling...complete copy of this rare work except for two missing leaves titling Colossians The History of the Erasmus Paraphrase After the production of the Erasmus Greek New Testament, Erasmus of Rotterdam, 1469-1536, ventured to continue his earnest desire for the common man to know the Word of God. He said, "If only the farmer would sing something from them at his plow, the weaver move his shuttle to their tune, the traveler lighten the boredom of his journey with Scriptural stories!" His paraphrase of the New Testament was written in Latin and conveyed as a commentary of sorts to those who had anappetite and a thirst for the Word of God. This copy of Erasmus' paraphrase includes: 1522 Matthew 1524 Mark 1523 Luke 1523 John 1524 Acts 1523 Romans thru III John 1523 Hebrews bound at end of volume. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Books of Truth [Westminster, CO, U.S.A.]
2018-10-06 11:52:23
Albrecht DURER (Norimberga 1471 - 1528)
Xilografia, 1522 ma esemplare tratto dall'edizione del 1535 della Geographia di Laurent Fries. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, leggermente rifilata a sinistra, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Laurent Fries nativo di Burgundy, si stabilì a Strasburgo, dove si hanno sue notizie come disegnatore per l'opera di Peter Apian pubblicata nel 1520. Il lavoro lo portò ad entrare in contatto con l'editore Johannes Gruninger, che ebbe l'idea di replicare la versione della Geographia di Tolomeo del Waldseemuller, edita sempre a Strasburgo nel 1513. Sotto la direzione di Fries, le mappe vennero ristampate, modificate ed arricchite con note storiche e figure allegoriche, leggende e, a volte, con mostri marini. Vennero aggiunte tre nuove mappe, tra le quali questa carta marina del mondo, che rappresenta una delle prime mappe con la dicitura America. Rispetto alle altre carte della Geographia di Fries edita da Gruninger nel 1522, tutte basate sul lavoro del Waldseemuller, questa mappa presenta diversi elementi innovativi derivanti da fonti contemporanee, ed è monogrammata nel titolo con le iniziali dell'autore. "No Title - The globe surroundd by seven circles and twelve wind-gods. - Dürer A. - Fries L. 1522-35. Dürer's authorship is proved by two letters of the mathematician and architect of Karl V, Johann Tscherte, who plainly mentions Dürer's name as the designer of the Armillary Sphere""" The Illustrated Bartsch 10.534.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-10-06 08:15:56
ASCONIUS, PAEDIANUS QUINTUS.
In Aeedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani, 1522. Cm. 15,8, cc. (12) 283 (1). Ancora aldina al frontespizio e al verso dell'ultima carta. Legatura settecentesca in mezza pergamena. Un'antica firma di possesso manoscritta alla base del frontespizio ed alcune note ms. antiche alla carta bianca *4, un'appena percettibile gora alla parte bassa di poche carte, peraltro esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione, particolarmente marginoso. Ex libris nobiliare inciso del prof. O. Penzig. Prima edizione aldina per questa interessante raccolta di scritti in forma di commentario ad opere ciceroniane sull'organizzazione ed il funzionamento delle assemblee e delle magistrature nella Roma antica. Cfr. Renouard 96.8 e Adams A-2054.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [IT]
2018-10-04 07:49:11
Desiderius Erasmus
Basel: I. Frobenius. THERE IS A STORY BEHIND EVERY BLEMISH! Bible leaf collectors know that some leaves are hard to look at and others look as new as the day they left the printing press. The condition of a particular leaf reflects its history and is not an indication of its actual value. Perfect leaves are ones that have seen little or no use over the centuries in contrast to those that are scarred by the ravages of time. Unblemished leaves are unloved leaves because they have had little contact with sinners. Imperfect leaves tell a story. Some are torn and ripped and worn away by excessive use while others have burns or worm holes and still others are water stained by flood and sometimes even tears. Each ugly mark or stain is in fact a beautiful witness to the Word of God, which, "liveth and abideth forever." We offer Bible leaves as we acquire them letting their condition speak for themselves. All our leaves are sold as seen on eBay. You may request additional images and information for any leaf. Choice Leaves, Finer than Gold, from the Word of God Taste and see! It's sweeter than honey!! Psalm 19 The BIBLICAL ARCHIVES Presents 1522 Erasmus' Greek New Testament This BIBLICAL ARCHIVES offer is for YOUR CHOICE from the list below of an original leaf from the third published Erasmus' Greek New Testament, 1522. When at last Erasmus' Greek New Testament reached England, having passed from hand to hand, printer to binder to book dealer to courier to ship's captain and once again to book dealer, it set Cambridge University alight with an excitement not seen in England since Cax … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: biblicalarchives1611 [Orlando, Florida, US]
2018-09-28 07:56:07
Chrysostom, John
Paris: 1522 RARE John Chrysostom 'Homilies. Gospel Of Matthew' Theology/Bible/Christian 1522 RARE John Chrysostom 'Homilies. Gospel Of Matthew' Theology/Bible/Christian Click images to enlarge Description 'Tomus Primus Operum Ioan Chrysostomi Constantinopolitani. Homilias Coplectens LXXXIX. Quarum Octo Priores Anianus Ahhorontium E Grecp Vertit Reliquas Georgius Trapezontius Latinitate Donauit' By John Chrysostom [Ca. 349-407] Apud Inclytam Galliae Lutetiam. Dated: 1522 Folio [12.00'' tall x 9.00'' wide x 3.00'' thick]. Collates CCLXVIII leaves. A good, solid copy in the main. Some upper water marks from the front reducing towards the middle. A good, sound copy. BOUND TOGETHER WITH: 'Tomus Secundus Quem Vocat Opus Imperfectum Ioannis Chrysostomi Episcopi Costatinopolitani Secuda Expositione In Matthei Evangelia, Homilias Videlicer. IV Incerto Interprete' [Printers device to centre of Iehan Petit. No Imprint details or date to the title page] Collates CXLIII leaves. A good, solid and mainly clean copy. Some light upper water marks else a good, sound copy. BOUND TOGETHER WITH: 'Tomus Tertius Ioannis Chrysostomi Episcopi Constantinopolitani Commentarium In Ioannis Evangelia; Homilias Videlicet LXXXVII, Francisco Aretino Interprete' [Printers device of Iehan Petit to the centre. No imprint details or date to the title] Collates CL leaves. A good, solid and mainly clean copy. Some light water marks else a good copy. Last leaf or two a little toned or grubby. 20 leaves of index follows the close of the third part. Water marked and a bit grubby with marginal paper repairs or wear. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: humber-books [Kingston Upon Hull, GB]
2018-09-28 06:13:35
Herodianus
Herodianus Historia Dello Imperio dopo Marco Tradotta in lingua toscana & con diligentia Stampata Woodcut printer's device on title page and final leaf [3], 109, 3 leaves including penultimate blank Small 8vo, old vellum First edition in Italian translated by Antonio Francini (1480-1537) who was a Greek and Latin Scholar 1522. Florenza - Philippo di Giunta Giunti Press Herodian's history of Rome comprises a collection of 8 books covering period from death of Marcus Aurelius to Reign of Gordian the third's in 238. Condition Boards firmly attached Binding sound Gift inscription as pictured - presentation from 1880 Not ex library Moderate external wear Scattered Foxing and soiling Overall for age very good No torn pages A sound copy including the genuine blank at N7 Citation: Pettas,217: Adams H392; BM STC Italian 326. Giunti Press First appearing in the Catasto of 1427, the Giunti were a well-established family in Florence. In 1437, the Giunti patriarch matriculated into the wool guild and became a small scale wool merchant in Florence. The first indication of the Giunti's involvement in the book trade was the establishment of a stationary business by Lucantonio, one of the younger Giunti brothers, in Venice In keeping with the Florentine tradition, this younger son had been sent to Venice to pursue trade. His partnership with his older brother Filippo in 1491 constitutes the the first recorded entrance of the Florentine Giunti into the world of printing. Although Filippo was originally concerned with the stationary trade, Lucantonio soon convinced him to establish his own pr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-09-28 01:10:43
Alcionio, Pietro.
[colophon: Venetiis: In Aedieus Aldi et Andreae Asulani, 1522]. 8vo (20.3 cm, 8"). [70] ff. First edition of Alcionio's controversial Ciceronian dialogue on the nature of exile, set in 1512 and taking place among Pope Leo X, the future Pope Clement VII (Alcionio's patron, at the time of writing still known as Giulio de' Medici), and Lorenzo, the Duke of Urbino. Venetian humanist and translator Alcionio (1487–1527, a.k.a., Alcinio, Alciono, or Alcyonius) was probably working as a => corrector for the Aldine press when this was published; he later went on to become Professor of Greek at Florence before following his patron to Rome. Paulus Manutius claimed that portions were actually plagiarized from an unknown copy of Cicero's De Gloria which Alcionio subsequently destroyed, a claim that unjustly tarnished Alcionio's reputation during his lifetime though later proven to be false; and the praise of his Latin implied by that led Brunet to note that the "accusation est le plus bel éloge que l'on ait pu faire de l'ouvreage d'Alcyonius."    The text is printed in single columns using italic type with the iconic Aldine device on the title-page and final page of text; corrections and a register precede the colophon. This copy also retains the two internal blanks.    Evidence of Readership: A reader has added marginal notes, brackets, or underlinings in an early hand on almost every page of text.    Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.         Adams A633; Brunet, I, 153; EDIT16 CNCE 859; Graesse, I, 64; Kallendor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [U.S.A.]
2018-09-27 16:05:09
HISTORIA D'HERODIANO DELLO IMPERIO DOPO MARCO TRADOTTA IN LINGUA TOSCANA & CON DILIGENTIA STAMPATA HERODIAN Published by GUINTA, FLORENCE, 1522 BOOK DESCRIPTION: HERODIAN'S HISTORY OF ROME, EIGHT BOOK COLLECTION IN ONE; HISTORICAL FIRST PERSON ACCOUNT FROM THE DEATH OF MARCUS AURELIUS IN 180 A.D. TO THE BEGINNING OF GORDIAN III'S REIGN IN 238. A RARE GLIMPSE INTO A TUMULTUOUS AND DIVERSE PERIOD OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. [3]. 109, [3] LEAVES. LACKING 1 (BLANK?) LEAF AT FRONT. WOODCUT PRINTER'S DEVICE ON TITLE PAGE AND VERSO OF FINAL LEAF. SIZE/DIMENSIONS: (8VO)/14 x 9.2 CM. (5 1/2 x 3 1/2") EARLY FULL VELLUM, SPINE LETTERED IN AN EARLY HAND. BOOK CONDITION: VERY GOOD; SOME WEAR AND SOILING TO VELLUM, SOME WORMING IN COVERS, SMALL HOLE IN VELLUM ON SPINE; TITLE PAGE WITH SOME EDGE WEAR; EARLY INK NOTES IN MARGINS. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: lachambredambre [Crockett, California, US]
2018-09-27 07:43:26
Desiderius Erasmus
Argentorati i.e. Strassburg: Johann Knoblouch, 1522.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-09-23 07:54:24
SALIGNIACO, Bartholomeus de.
Baudrier XII, 414; Davies, French 499 (this copy!); USTC 145699; Yerasimos 151. First edition of an account of the Holy Land, written by Bartholomeus de Saligniaco. In 1522 Saligniaco travelled to Jerusalem, starting his voyage in Venice and travelling to Corsica, Cyprus and Joppa (Jaffa), also mentioning Rhodes. He describes Arabia, the cities Mecca and Petra, the Red Sea, and the customs of the Arabs, without actually visiting the area. Saligniaco gives a very extensive description of Jerusalem, visiting religious sites, churches, sanctuaries, crypts, relics, etc., mentioning the different peoples, religions and religious orders. He briefly mentions America when discussing newly explored lands.From the library of Fairfax Murray. With a water stain in the lower margin of the first three leaves, occasionally a marginal stain, leaf 33 slightly damaged at the gutter causing minor text loss, otherwise in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-09-15 01:23:26
(Koebel, Jakob)
Oppenheim, (Köbel), 1522. Kl.-8vo. Mit Titelbordüre m. Ranken u. Affen sowie zahlr. schematischen Holzschn.-Abb. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. 100 röm. numer, 4 nn. Bl. Moderne HLwd. Rotschnitt. Nicht bei Benzing in seiner Bibliographie zu Köbel. - Nicht bei VD 16 (nicht identisch mit ZV 9053: Neüw statt Newü im Titel). - Hoock-Jeannin K.8.11 (hier im Titel: "Neuwe"). - Sehr seltener Druck der Ausgabe 1522, die auch im Druck mit anderem Titelblatt für uns nur eimal nachweisbar ist. - Jacob Köbel, Stadtschreiber zu Oppenheim (1462-1533) verlegte in seiner Offizin eine Reihe eigener Bücher u.a. zur Geometrie u. Mathematik. "Das Rechenbuch ist in fünf Abschnitte getheilt und war ein äußerst praktisches und daher sehr gesuchtes Hülfsbuch, es erläutert die arabischen Ziffern noch durch römische Zahlzeichen, welche "deutsche Zahlen" genannt werden. Das Buch erlebte von 1514-1532 mehrere gebesserte und erweiterte Auflagen mit veränderten Titeln und wurde 1524 auch von dem bekannten Adam Riese bei seinen Arbeiten benützt" (ADB 16, 346). - Einige Wurmlöchlein im Rande. Wohlerhalten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Düwal [Germany]
2018-09-01 21:05:23
Herodianus
Herodianus Historia Dello Imperio dopo Marco Tradotta in lingua toscana & con diligentia Stampata Woodcut printer's device on title page and final leaf [3], 109, 3 leaves including penultimate blank Small 8vo, old vellum First edition in Italian translated by Antonio Francini (1480-1537) who was a Greek and Latin Scholar 1522. Florenza - Philippo di Giunta Giunti Press Herodian's history of Rome comprises a collection of 8 books covering period from death of Marcus Aurelius to Reign of Gordian the third's in 238. Condition Boards firmly attached Binding sound Gift inscription as pictured - presentation from 1880 Not ex library Moderate external wear Scattered Foxing and soiling Overall for age very good No torn pages A sound copy including the genuine blank at N7 Citation: Pettas,217: Adams H392; BM STC Italian 326. Giunti Press First appearing in the Catasto of 1427, the Giunti were a well-established family in Florence. In 1437, the Giunti patriarch matriculated into the wool guild and became a small scale wool merchant in Florence. The first indication of the Giunti's involvement in the book trade was the establishment of a stationary business by Lucantonio, one of the younger Giunti brothers, in Venice In keeping with the Florentine tradition, this younger son had been sent to Venice to pursue trade. His partnership with his older brother Filippo in 1491 constitutes the the first recorded entrance of the Florentine Giunti into the world of printing. Although Filippo was originally concerned with the stationary trade, Lucantonio soon convinced him to establish his own pr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-08-26 16:48:34
MELETIUS (da) Tiberiopolis
ex officina Gryphii, sumptibus vero Francisci Camoti & sociorum, Venezia, 1522. In-4 (215x150 mm.), pp. (8), 191, (33). Segnatura: [ast]4; A-2A4; a-d4. Marca tipografica al frontespizio. Nome dell'autore calligr. al taglio di testa. Bella legatura in mezza pergamena, titolo manoscritto al dorso, piatti ricoperti da carta remondiniana a motivi floreali. Bell'esemplare, fresco e marginoso. Prima e unica edizione di questo florilegio di opere greche latinizzate da Nicolao Petreio. L'opera di Melezio, filosofo cristiano contemporaneo di Aezio, è un trattato di anatomia nel quale le osservazioni di natura anatomica sono precedute da riflessioni di natura fisiologica. La seconda opera, di Polemone, intorno all'interpretazione dei segni, altro non è che la sua Physiognomica tradotta da un codice bizantino. Seguono il De Hominis Structura di Ippocrate, l'Epistola ad Antigonum (falsamente attribuita a Diocle di Caristo) e il trattatello sulle macchie della pelle di Melampo, in prima edizione latina (De naevis corporis). Bibliografia: Durling, 3057. Wellcome, 4191. Adams, M, 1221. Celli, 2936. Parkinson & Lumb, 1606. Bird, 1599. Brunet, III, 1587. Graesse, IV, 471. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2018-08-12 05:49:59
ZWINGLI, Ulrich
Silvan Otmar. FIRST EDITION thus. 4to. 8 unnumbered ll., A-B4. Roman letter. Woodcut frame with leafy tendrils to t-p. T-p a little dust-soiled, old repair to gutter of first couple of ll., faint waterstaining to upper outer corner, the odd thumb or ink mark. A very good copy, with wide margins, in modern boards, early inked numeral to t-p, manicula and marginal annotation. Very good copy of the first edition (?) of this important contribution to the debate on clerical and monastic celibacy by Ulrich Zwingli and signed by other ten reformed religious. Zwingli (1484-1531) was a leader of the Swiss Reformation influenced by Erasmus's humanist theories and Luther's theology. His works include petitions and pamphlets concerning issues of canon law on which he disagreed with the Roman Catholics. Addressed to the Bishop of Constance, 'Suplicatio' argued against the celibacy of the clergy and monks--a vow Zwingli himself had recently broken by getting married. The Latin text, also printed by Froschauer in Zurich, was issued after the German version of the same year, addressed to the Swiss authorities and the wider public. Following Luther's work, published in 1522, Zwingli considered celibacy a human not divine ordinance, hence he saw no obligation for clerics and monks to follow it. The annotator of this copy was interested in Zwingli's view that 'chastity is an angelic gift' which comes from God and may not be given to everyone; it is better, Zwingli upheld, for those who cannot be continent to be allowed to marry, rather than they should break the vow of chastity and commit a s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-07-28 04:54:01
Halberstadt, Lorenz Stuchs, 8. Juli, 1522. Zweispaltiges voneinander getrenntes O-Doppelblatt aus der letzten vorlutherischen Bibel mit zwei 1/3-seitigen Holzschnitten (18,5 x 12 cm und 18,5 x 11,6 cm). Klarer Abdruck auf festem Papier mit Wasserzeichen. Blätter mit den Signaturen "Q iii" und "Q iiii". Ein Blatt mit Knickspur in unterer Ecke. Blattgrößen: 25,2 x 35 cm. Rar! - - - Zwischen 1466 und 1522 erschienen 18 deutschsprachige Bibeln. Dieses Doppelblatt stammt aus der seltensten deutschsprachigen Bibel vor Luther. - - - Das Doppelblatt ermöglicht eine Präsentation in Form einer aufgeschlagenen Halberstädter Bibel. Der Text und die beiden eindrucksvollen Holzschnitte von 1478 beschreiben und illustrieren Daniel?s Traum von den vier Tieren, vom Widder vom Ziegenbock und den Traum von den siebzig Wochen. Geschrieben wurde der Text in der Mitte des II. Jh. v. Chr. in hebräischer und aramäischer Sprache. Der Text beschreibt Ereignisse aus der Zeit des Exils in Babel. - - - Lorenz Stuchs, der Erstdrucker von Halberstadt, war Sohn des Nürnberger Druckers Georg Stuchs. Lorenz brachte die Holzstöcke der Kölner Bibel (1478) mit nach Halberstadt. Der Drucker Koberger hatte sie bereits 1483 für seinen Bibeldruck in Nürnberg verwendet. Diese letzte vorlutherische Bibel erschien am 8. Juli 1522 in Halberstadt zu einem ungünstigen Zeitpunkt. Denn Luthers September-Testament erschien zwei Monate später und fand reißenden Absatz, während von der Halberstädter Bibel nur wenige Exemplare verkauft wurden. Der niederdeutsche Text des Blattes aus dem "Buch Daniel" ist eine eigenständige Üb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2018-07-17 19:28:36
Brocar, Arnao Guillén de, died 1523
Facsimile. 1522 Complutensian Polyglot Bible - 6 Volumes - Facsimile Reproduction $4,495 - Complutensian Polyglot 6-Volume - Standard Leather Binding ~ $9,950 - Complutensian Polyglot 6-Volume - Deluxe Leather Binding Before bidding, contact us, let us know if you are interested in the Deluxe or Standard...make a reasonable offer. See photos for standard and deluxe binding photos. SPECIAL BONUS: As our free gift to you, with your purchase of this facsimile; you will receive an original leaf from the Complutensian Polyglot valued at $1,000. There are very few leaves available. A Brief History of the Complutensian Polyglot (C-P) Printed in 1517 and published in 1522 The C-P was the first of the three great polyglots. Later in the 16c, 1568-72, the Antwerp Polyglot would be printed and in 1653-57 Brian Walton would print his magnus opus 7 giant volumes, the Walton Polyglot. The oversight behind the C-P project was granted to Cardinal Jimenez.To accomplish the magnitude of the project one would compare the insurmountable difficulties of such an undertaking to the construction in the 20th century of the Panama Canal. The project would require a series of undesigned coincidences to overcome the mental and religious prejudices that we associate with the Middle Ages. Technology and science would be in their infancy. Galileo and Copernicus would make discoveries, men like daVinci would challenge the mind of man to fantastical concepts that brought great accomplishments. Concurrent to an emerging brave new world that was in process, men were casting off the yoke of bondage that was s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: History On Fire [Medford, Oregon, US]
2018-07-13 14:27:01
(Aldine Imprint) Justinus, Marcus Julianus; Aemilius Probus
Venice: In Aedibvs Alsi et Andreae Asvlani Soceri, 1522. 12mo. 204 leaves. Contemporary vellum, ink name on spine. Anchor and dolphin device on title page and last leaf. Contemporary ownership name at base of title page. Engraved bookplate of Alfred Petit on the front pastedown. A very good copy in a contemporary binding with only light wear. Housed in a leather backed clamshell case. Justin's work covers the Hellenistic age and gives valuable information on such figures as Philip of Macedon and Lysimachus of Thrace. The second work is a collection of lives of Greek leaders of the 5th and 4th centuries B.C. by Cornelius Nepos, here called Aemilius Probus. Dibdin says that this edition was rare even in his day. In Latin. Very good.
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
2018-07-05 08:13:17
SENECA, L. ANNAEUS.
Venetiis, per Bernardinum de Vianis de Lexona, 1522. folio. In contemporary half vellum with title and year in contemporary hand to spine. Ex-libris (Alexander Thomson) pasted on to pasted down front end-paper. Binding brownspottet. Last leaf with drawing of man leaning on a cane in contemporary hand. First 14 leaves with marginal wormtract, not affecting text. Vague dampstain to outer margin. Text surrounded by the commentary and adorned throughout with initials on black backgrounds. Internally fine. 140 ff. ¶ Fine reprint of the 1510-edition of Seneca's tragedies, edited by Girolamo Avanzi, Gellio Bernardino Marmitta, and Daniel Caietanus.<br><br>Essling, 1691 <br>Sander, 6929.<br>BM-STC Italian 621<br><br>Not in Brunet, nor Adam.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2018-07-03 05:51:14
BERSUIRE, Pierre (c.1290-1362).
[In fine:] opera et impensis Claudii Chevallon, 1522. Folio; CCLXXII folios y 17 hojas para la Tabla. Ejemplar falto de portada. Impresión gótica a dos columnas. Encuadernación de época en pergamino con cejas. El erudito monje benedictino, prior del Monasterio de Saint-Eloy, fue secretario del rey Juan el Bueno quien le protegió de las acusaciones de heregía que le habían llevado a la cárcel en 1331 y a quien él, por su parte, había dedicado su traducción al francés, por vez primera de las "Décadas" de Tito Livio. Se le supone autor de la llamada "Gesta Romanorum", una recopilación en latín de anécdotas y cuentos muy popular en sus días, fuente de mucha literatura posterior que va de Chaucer a Shakesperare. Su "Repertorium Morale", escrito hacia 1340, apareció impreso por vez primera en Colonia, en 1477. Este repertorio bíblico-moral es el primer libro en el que aparece el término "Dictionarium".
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros [ES]
2018-06-24 06:31:00
Luther, Martin.
Nürnberg. Johann Andr. Endters Seel. Sohn u. Erben, o.J. mit 18 ganzseitigen Kupfern und 147 Text- Holzschnitten nach Sandrart, 2°. 38,6 x 25,5 cm. (46) Bll., 184 S., . Seiten, In gutem Zustand. dder Einband etwas angerußt und gebräunt, die Schließen fehlen, am Hinterdeckel einer der Beschläge etwas gelockert, der Buchblock etwas gebräunt, meist etwas braunfleckig und mit Eckknicken, die letzten Lagen mit der "Confession" in den Stegen durchgängig mit zwei kleinen Brandflecken (ohne Informationsverlust), das fehlende Titelblatt macht eine genaue Datierung unmöglich. - weiter im Titel: Wie solche von Herrn Doctor Martin Luther Seel. Im Jahr Christi 1522, in unsere Deutsche Mutter-Sprach zu übersetzen angefangen / Anno 1534. zu End gebracht / und Vor einigen Jahren bereits Mit den Summarien Herrn Johann Sauberti Seel. auch mit dem Vielfältigen und Lehrreichen Nutzen / über alle Capitel/ des Herrn D. Salomon Blassens Seel. ausgefertiget, Anjetzt mit gantz neuen und schönen Kupffer-Bildnissen nebst derenselben beygedruckten Lebens-Läuffen, auch andern annehmlichen Figuren samt deren kurzen Auslegungen und angehengten Moralien ausgezieret, dann von denen vorhin eingeschlichenen Druck-Fehlern auf das fleissigste gereiniget, Über dieses sind nicht allein des seel. Hrn. Lutheri und seines Geschlechts wahrhaffte und aus uralten Gemählden genommene Abbildungen und Lebens-Lauff beigefüget, sondern auch zu End des gantzen Wercks, neben den Christlichen Haupt-Symbolis ein kurtzer und nützlicher Bericht von der Augspurgischen Confession selbsten, wie man sie in dem rechten Original, im J … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-06-24 03:36:05
Halberstadt, Lorenz Stuchs, 8. Juli. Zweispaltiges voneinander getrenntes O-Doppelblatt aus der letzten vorlutherischen Bibel mit zwei 1/3-seitigen Holzschnitten (18,5 x 12 cm und 18,5 x 11,6 cm). Klarer Abdruck auf festem Papier mit Wasserzeichen. Blätter mit den Signaturen "Q iii" und "Q iiii". Ein Blatt mit Knickspur in unterer Ecke. Blattgrößen: 25,2 x 35 cm. Rar! - - - Zwischen 1466 und 1522 erschienen 18 deutschsprachige Bibeln. Dieses Doppelblatt stammt aus der seltensten deutschsprachigen Bibel vor Luther. - - - Das Doppelblatt ermöglicht eine Präsentation in Form einer aufgeschlagenen Halberstädter Bibel. Der Text und die beiden eindrucksvollen Holzschnitte von 1478 beschreiben und illustrieren Daniel?s Traum von den vier Tieren, vom Widder vom Ziegenbock und den Traum von den siebzig Wochen. Geschrieben wurde der Text in der Mitte des II. Jh. v. Chr. in hebräischer und aramäischer Sprache. Der Text beschreibt Ereignisse aus der Zeit des Exils in Babel. - - - Lorenz Stuchs, der Erstdrucker von Halberstadt, war Sohn des Nürnberger Druckers Georg Stuchs. Lorenz brachte die Holzstöcke der Kölner Bibel (1478) mit nach Halberstadt. Der Drucker Koberger hatte sie bereits 1483 für seinen Bibeldruck in Nürnberg verwendet. Diese letzte vorlutherische Bibel erschien am 8. Juli 1522 in Halberstadt zu einem ungünstigen Zeitpunkt. Denn Luthers September-Testament erschien zwei Monate später und fand reißenden Absatz, während von der Halberstädter Bibel nur wenige Exemplare verkauft wurden. Der niederdeutsche Text des Blattes aus dem "Buch Daniel" ist eine eigenständige Übersetz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Germany]
2018-06-24 03:36:05
Luther, Martin.
Nürnberg. Johann Andr. Endters Seel. Sohn u. Erben, o.J. mit 18 ganzseitigen Kupfern und 147 Text- Holzschnitten nach Sandrart, 2°. 38,6 x 25,5 cm. (46) Bll., 184 S., .. Seiten, Pergament-Einband über Holztafeln mit Messing-Beschlägen, aber ohne Schließen, mit Blindprägung, auf 5 echten Bünden und Dreiseitenfarbschnitt, Hardcover in Pergament, In gutem Zustand. dder Einband etwas angerußt und gebräunt, die Schließen fehlen, am Hinterdeckel einer der Beschläge etwas gelockert, der Buchblock etwas gebräunt, meist etwas braunfleckig und mit Eckknicken, die letzten Lagen mit der "Confession" in den Stegen durchgängig mit zwei kleinen Brandflecken (ohne Informationsverlust), das fehlende Titelblatt macht eine genaue Datierung unmöglich. - weiter im Titel: Wie solche von Herrn Doctor Martin Luther Seel. Im Jahr Christi 1522, in unsere Deutsche Mutter-Sprach zu übersetzen angefangen / Anno 1534. zu End gebracht / und Vor einigen Jahren bereits Mit den Summarien Herrn Johann Sauberti Seel. auch mit dem Vielfältigen und Lehrreichen Nutzen / über alle Capitel/ des Herrn D. Salomon Blassens Seel. ausgefertiget, Anjetzt mit gantz neuen und schönen Kupffer-Bildnissen nebst derenselben beygedruckten Lebens-Läuffen, auch andern annehmlichen Figuren samt deren kurzen Auslegungen und angehengten Moralien ausgezieret, dann von denen vorhin eingeschlichenen Druck-Fehlern auf das fleissigste gereiniget, Über dieses sind nicht allein des seel. Hrn. Lutheri und seines Geschlechts wahrhaffte und aus uralten Gemählden genommene Abbildungen und Lebens-Lauff beigefüget, sondern auch zu E … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Leipziger Antiquariat e.K. [Germany]
2018-06-24 03:36:05
LUTHER, Martin - Eisleben ,Saint-empire romain germanique, 10/11/1483 - 18/02/1546 - Moine augustin allemand, théologien, professeur d'université, père du protestantisme et réformateur de l'Église dont les idées exercèrent une grande influence sur la
1522. NURNBERG, Johann Andrea Endters, 1729 -Fort In-folio, 40,5 x26 x 13 - Reliure d'époque pastiche de reliure du moyen-age - Plats en bois couvert en maroquin estampillé à froid de dessins géométriques, renforcé dans chaque coin par 3 clous à tête ronde - Fermoirs en cuirs renforcés de 2 clous identiques aux précédents qui ferment les gouttières renforcorcées également de 2 clous - Dos à 5 nerfs - Nombreuses gravures PP HT & Gravures en texte dont famille de Saxe - Lettrines - Textes entourés sur 2 colonnes - Page de titre, Frontispice, (10), (4), (48), (24), 1181 & (21) pages - certaines pages fripées ou légèrement déchirées, des rousseurs - Bel exemplaire En dehors de son importance dans la tradition religieuse, la traduction de Luther de la Bible est sans doute le texte le plus important pour la formation de l'allemand moderne.
Bookseller: S.P.Rance S.a.r.l. [FR]
2018-06-09 21:47:00
Titus Maccius Plautus
Al frontespizio e al verso dell'ultima carta marca editoriale (ancora aldina). Alla giustificazione all'ultima carta, Venetiis in Aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani soceri, mense iulio. M.D.XXII. Prima ed unica edizione delle commedie di Plauto pubblicata nella stamperia di Aldo Manuzio. Nella Epistola dedicatoria di Gian Francesco Asolano, curatore dell'edizione, a Nicolaus von Schonberg,vescovo di Capua, la lezione del testo delle commedie è attribuita al lavoro di Aldo Manuzio con la collaborazione di Erasmo ("Quanta diligentia fieri potuit Aldus noster et Erasmus Roterodamus illas (comoedias) olim castigarunt quorum exemplar nos librariis nostris, proponentes has XX deseribendas curavimus"). Le Bacchides non sono comprese tra le commedie plautine perché ritenute spurie. Nelle carte preliminari: Index verborum, Argumenta singularum Comoediarum e Plauti vita ex Petro Crinito de poetis latinis. In ottavo
Bookseller: Di Mano in Mano [IT]
2018-06-08 15:46:07
Fries, Laurent
Strasbourg Grüninger Joann. France. "Tabvla III. Evro. ". Orig. woodblock after C. Ptolemaeus' map of the region. From L. Fries' "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini . Geographiae". Published by J. Grüninger, Strasbourg, 1522. With title in a decorative border above the map. 35:46 cm (13 3/4 x 18 1/4 inch.). Laurent (Lorenz) Fries' (1485-1532) first edition. A Ptolemaic map of France. - The woodcut border and ornaments on the verso are said to be the work of Hans Holbein. - Some wormholes in margins. Fresh, dark impression, nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2018-06-08 15:46:06
Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria
Strasbourg: Johannes Knobloch, 1522. Tooled pigskin. Very good. Folio. ff.(6),314,(10). With the final leaves of index. Title within a fine woodcut border with Biblical scenes. Ink inscription from a monastic library in 1639, at top of title. Large woodcut initials. Bound in orig. roll-tooled pigskin, lacking fore-edge clasps. Some soiling to the binding, but overall a very good, clean copy. Important scholarly early edition (only Paris 1519 and 1520 are earlier) of the collected writings in Latin of Saint Athanasius, one of the great early (4th century) Church fathers. Edited with commentary by Christophorus Persona, Angelo Poliziano, Johann Reuchlin and others. There is a preliminary essay by Erasmus on ff. 2-5, titled "Paraclesis ad Lectorum Pium," as well as a life of Athanasius by Erasmus on the final 20 folios. VD16 A3977; Adams A2080; BL German STC p. 49.
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2018-06-08 15:46:06
ATHANASIUS MAGNUS, St., Patriarch of Alexandria.
Strasbourg, Johannes Knobloch, March 1522. Title within fine wide woodcut border of numerous scenes from the lives and miracles of Saints Peter and Phillip. (6), 314 ff. Folio. 17th vellum. (small monastery library stamp on title). Strasbourg, Johannes Knobloch, March 1522. Important collections of Athanasius' works, preceded only in 1519 and 1520 by non-identical editions printed by Jean Petit in Paris. Editors of the present book were Christopher Porsena, St. Ambrosius of Camaldoni, Johannes Reuchlin, and Angelo Poliziano. St. Athanasius Magnus (295-373), bishop of Alexandria, "Father of Orthodoxy" is one of the greatest Church Fathers. He played a leading role against Arianism in the first Council of Nicaea. His "Disputatio contra Arrium" is printed here on ff. CCLXIIr-CCLXXIv as well as Eramus' "Paraclesis ad lectorum plum" on ff. 2-5 at the beginning (VD 16 E 3288), which was printed for the first time in 1516 as the introduction to his NT translation. A.o., the Wolfenbüttel copy lacks index and additional 6 leaves (incl. title) at the beginning. In this present copy the 10 ff. index was originally not bound in.- Some old ms. annotations in the text, otherwise a fine copy. - VD 16 A 3977; Index aur. 109.392; Muller 340; Hoffmann, Griech. I, 389; Adams A-2080.
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Switzerland]
2018-06-08 15:46:06
Fries, Laurent
Strasbourg Grüninger Joann. Great Britain and Ireland. "Tabv. Hiberniae. Sco. ". Orig. woodblock after M. Waldseemüller's map of the region from 1513. From L. Fries' "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini . Geographiae". Published by J. Grüninger, Strasbourg, 1522. With title in a decorative border above the map. 32:41 cm (12 1/2 x 16 1/4 inch.). Laurent (Lorenz) Fries' (1485-1532) first edition. A map of Great Britain and Ireland. - The woodcut border and ornaments on the verso are said to be the work of Hans Holbein. - Some wormholes in margins. Fresh, dark impression, nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2018-06-02 06:33:21
Leipzig, Melchior Lotter d. Ä, 1522. Ca. 20,8 x 15,5 cm. XCVIII Blätter, mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre. Zeitgenössischer Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln mit reicher Blind- und Rollenprägung sowie 2 Messingschließen. Einzige Ausgabe dieses prächtigen Leipziger Musikdruckes im handlichen Quartformat, hergestellt für den Gebrauch der westfälischen Diözese Minden. VD 16 A 727. F. Zwickler: Die Mindener Agenda von 1522. In: Mitteilungen des Mindener Geschichtsvereins, Jg. 72, 2000, S. 7-22. Durchgehend in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt mit Choralnotation in Hufnagelschrift. Einer der schönsten liturgischen Drucke aus der Offizin Melchior Lotters. Die Titelbordüre stammt nach Hildegard Zimmermann (Buch und Schrift I, S. 52) vom"Meister des Engelkonzerts". Inzwischen ist die Bordüre des Engelkonzerts gesichert Lukas Cranach zugewiesen worden (Koepplin/Falk I, 211, Abb. 172), so daß Cranach auch für die Bordüre des vorliegenden Druckes als Urheber anzusehen ist. Einband gering fleckig, Bezug teils leicht wellig und mit 2 altergänzten Fehlstellen, Rücken am unterem Kapital eingerissen. Titel oben und unten alt hinterlegt (untere Bordüre mit kleiner ergänzter Eckfehlstelle), Außenränder teilweise mit schwachem Wasserrand, dort vereinzelt mit kleinen Läsuren (erste 2 Textblätter und letzte 6 Textblätter im unteren Rand schmal hinterlegt), teils mit kleiner Wurmspur im weißen Rand, Vorsätze erneuert.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Rainer Schlicht [DE]
2018-05-30 15:25:39
Leipzig, Melchior Lotter d. Ä, 1522. Ca. 20,8 x 15,5 cm. XCVIII Blätter, mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre. Zeitgenössischer Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln mit reicher Blind- und Rollenprägung sowie 2 Messingschließen. Einzige Ausgabe dieses prächtigen Leipziger Musikdruckes im handlichen Quartformat, hergestellt für den Gebrauch der westfälischen Diözese Minden. VD 16 A 727. F. Zwickler: Die Mindener Agenda von 1522. In: Mitteilungen des Mindener Geschichtsvereins, Jg. 72, 2000, S. 7-22. Durchgehend in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt mit Choralnotation in Hufnagelschrift. Einer der schönsten liturgischen Drucke aus der Offizin Melchior Lotters. Die Titelbordüre stammt nach Hildegard Zimmermann (Buch und Schrift I, S. 52) vom "Meister des Engelkonzerts". Inzwischen ist die Bordüre des Engelkonzerts gesichert Lukas Cranach zugewiesen worden (Koepplin/Falk I, 211, Abb. 172), so daß Cranach auch für die Bordüre des vorliegenden Druckes als Urheber anzusehen ist. Einband gering fleckig, Bezug teils leicht wellig und mit 2 altergänzten Fehlstellen, Rücken am unterem Kapital eingerissen. Titel oben und unten alt hinterlegt (untere Bordüre mit kleiner ergänzter Eckfehlstelle), Außenränder teilweise mit schwachem Wasserrand, dort vereinzelt mit kleinen Läsuren (erste 2 Textblätter und letzte 6 Textblätter im unteren Rand schmal hinterlegt), teils mit kleiner Wurmspur im weißen Rand, Vorsätze erneuert. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Rainer Schlicht [Berlin, Germany]
2018-05-14 22:14:24
[Roman Law] Justinianus; Accursius (Glossator) And Nicolas Berauld
Venice: Octaviani Scoti, 1522. [60]; 375; [2] pp. Duodecimo [16.5 cm] Vellum binding with the title penned by a later hand on the spine. Page edges trimmed at a later point, evidenced by the fact that some of the early marginal manuscript notations have been partially obscured. Text printed in red and black, in double columns, with 2 smaller double columns inserted within. Woodcut initials. Illustrated with woodcut vignettes of scenes related to the nearby text. Periodic manicules in the margins. With the device of the publisher, Octavian Scotus, on the final page. Ex-libris Francis Law Latham, with his armorial bookplate on the front pastedown. Latham was the author of "A Treatise on the Law of Window Lights, " published in 1867. The tie enclosures have perished. Remarkably well preserved. Contains the glosses of the Italian legal scholar and jurist, Accursius, with numerous additions. The Casus longi are intermixed with the glosses, and further auxiliary matter. Fransiscus Accursius (Francesco Accorso), who was employed as a professor at the University of Bologna, is known for his organization of the glosses, which were the medieval comments on Justinian's codification of Roman Law. He was instrumental in the renovation of Roman Law, and while at the university, he was able to compile the authoritative Glossa ordinaria, also referred to as Glossa magna, or the "Great Gloss" (1220-1250). The Glossa of Accursius was seen as a necessary complement to the study of Roman Law for the next 500 years, and Accursius was the final in a series of glossators (annotators) of Justinian … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-05-14 22:14:17
[Roman Law] Justinianus; Accursius (Glossator) And Nicolas Berauld
Venice: Octaviani Scoti, 1522. [60]; 375; [2] pp. Duodecimo [16.5 cm] Vellum binding with the title penned by a later hand on the spine. Page edges trimmed at a later point, evidenced by the fact that some of the early marginal manuscript notations have been partially obscured. Text printed in red and black, in double columns, with 2 smaller double columns inserted within. Woodcut initials. Illustrated with woodcut vignettes of scenes related to the nearby text. Periodic manicules in the margins. With the device of the publisher, Octavian Scotus, on the final page. Ex-libris Francis Law Latham, with his armorial bookplate on the front pastedown. Latham was the author of "A Treatise on the Law of Window Lights, " published in 1867. The tie enclosures have perished. Remarkably well preserved. Contains the glosses of the Italian legal scholar and jurist, Accursius, with numerous additions. The Casus longi are intermixed with the glosses, and further auxiliary matter. Fransiscus Accursius (Francesco Accorso), who was employed as a professor at the University of Bologna, is known for his organization of the glosses, which were the medieval comments on Justinian's codification of Roman Law. He was instrumental in the renovation of Roman Law, and while at the university, he was able to compile the authoritative Glossa ordinaria, also referred to as Glossa magna, or the "Great Gloss" (1220-1250). The Glossa of Accursius was seen as a necessary complement to the study of Roman Law for the next 500 years, and Accursius was the final in a series of glossators (annotators) of Justinian … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-05-14 22:14:08
[Roman Law] Justinianus; Accursius (Glossator) And Nicolas Berauld
Venice: Octaviani Scoti, 1522. [60]; 375; [2] pp. Duodecimo [16.5 cm] Vellum binding with the title penned by a later hand on the spine. Page edges trimmed at a later point, evidenced by the fact that some of the early marginal manuscript notations have been partially obscured. Text printed in red and black, in double columns, with 2 smaller double columns inserted within. Woodcut initials. Illustrated with woodcut vignettes of scenes related to the nearby text. Periodic manicules in the margins. With the device of the publisher, Octavian Scotus, on the final page. Ex-libris Francis Law Latham, with his armorial bookplate on the front pastedown. Latham was the author of "A Treatise on the Law of Window Lights, " published in 1867. The tie enclosures have perished. Remarkably well preserved. Contains the glosses of the Italian legal scholar and jurist, Accursius, with numerous additions. The Casus longi are intermixed with the glosses, and further auxiliary matter. Fransiscus Accursius (Francesco Accorso), who was employed as a professor at the University of Bologna, is known for his organization of the glosses, which were the medieval comments on Justinian's codification of Roman Law. He was instrumental in the renovation of Roman Law, and while at the university, he was able to compile the authoritative Glossa ordinaria, also referred to as Glossa magna, or the "Great Gloss" (1220-1250). The Glossa of Accursius was seen as a necessary complement to the study of Roman Law for the next 500 years, and Accursius was the final in a series of glossators (annotators) of Justinian … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-05-13 20:29:19
Roman Law] Justinianus; Accursius (Glossator) and Nicolas Berauld
Venice: Octaviani Scoti, 1522. [60]; 375; [2] pp. Duodecimo [16.5 cm] Vellum binding with the title penned by a later hand on the spine. Page edges trimmed at a later point, evidenced by the fact that some of the early marginal manuscript notations have been partially obscured. Text printed in red and black, in double columns, with 2 smaller double columns inserted within. Woodcut initials. Illustrated with woodcut vignettes of scenes related to the nearby text. Periodic manicules in the margins. With the device of the publisher, Octavian Scotus, on the final page. Ex-libris Francis Law Latham, with his armorial bookplate on the front pastedown. Latham was the author of "A Treatise on the Law of Window Lights, " published in 1867. The tie enclosures have perished. Remarkably well preserved. Contains the glosses of the Italian legal scholar and jurist, Accursius, with numerous additions. The Casus longi are intermixed with the glosses, and further auxiliary matter. Fransiscus Accursius (Francesco Accorso), who was employed as a professor at the University of Bologna, is known for his organization of the glosses, which were the medieval comments on Justinian's codification of Roman Law. He was instrumental in the renovation of Roman Law, and while at the university, he was able to compile the authoritative Glossa ordinaria, also referred to as Glossa magna, or the "Great Gloss" (1220-1250). The Glossa of Accursius was seen as a necessary complement to the study of Roman Law for the next 500 years, and Accursius was the final in a series of glossators (annotators) of Justinian … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA [Salt Lake City, UT, U.S.A.]
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2018-05-13 20:29:03
[Roman Law] Justinianus; Accursius (Glossator) And Nicolas Berauld
Venice: Octaviani Scoti, 1522. [60]; 375; [2] pp. Duodecimo [16.5 cm] Vellum binding with the title penned by a later hand on the spine. Page edges trimmed at a later point, evidenced by the fact that some of the early marginal manuscript notations have been partially obscured. Text printed in red and black, in double columns, with 2 smaller double columns inserted within. Woodcut initials. Illustrated with woodcut vignettes of scenes related to the nearby text. Periodic manicules in the margins. With the device of the publisher, Octavian Scotus, on the final page. Ex-libris Francis Law Latham, with his armorial bookplate on the front pastedown. Latham was the author of "A Treatise on the Law of Window Lights, " published in 1867. The tie enclosures have perished. Remarkably well preserved. Contains the glosses of the Italian legal scholar and jurist, Accursius, with numerous additions. The Casus longi are intermixed with the glosses, and further auxiliary matter. Fransiscus Accursius (Francesco Accorso), who was employed as a professor at the University of Bologna, is known for his organization of the glosses, which were the medieval comments on Justinian's codification of Roman Law. He was instrumental in the renovation of Roman Law, and while at the university, he was able to compile the authoritative Glossa ordinaria, also referred to as Glossa magna, or the "Great Gloss" (1220-1250). The Glossa of Accursius was seen as a necessary complement to the study of Roman Law for the next 500 years, and Accursius was the final in a series of glossators (annotators) of Justinian … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-05-10 09:27:25
Erasmus, Desiderius; Osiander, Andreas:
Frederick Peypus;Koberger, Johannis (Drucker). Nurembergae (Nürnberg)., 1522. [4], CCCCXCII Bl. ; 4°, klein. hardcover Fragment dieser seltenen ersten protestantischen Bibelausgabe noch in lateinischer Sprache. Zweispaltiger Druck in gotischer Type. - Es fehlt das Titelblatt und 3 Seiten des Vorsatzes; stellenweise feuchtrandig, einige Anstreichungen und durchgängig Randglossen von alter Hand. Bis Blatt 19 Seiten mit Reperaturfolie teilweise hinterlegt, dadurch einige Zusammenklebungen, letzten Seiten mit Braunfleck. Pergamenteinband mit Rückenverstärkung aus neuerer Zeit, Fadenheftung. Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage. Fragment of this rare first edition nor Protestant Bible in Latin. Two-column pressure in Gothic type. - It lacks the title page and 3 pages of intent; places feuchtrandig, isolated underlinings and marginal notes throughout by an old hand. Up to 19 pages with repair sheet film deposited partially characterized some Zusammenklebungen, last pages with brown spot. Vellum binding with back support from more recent times, thread stitching. More photos on request. Ein Textholzschnitt (kleine Fehlstelle in Bildmitte), zahlreiche Textvignetten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Bibel; Christentum
Bookseller: René Burkert [Germany]
2018-04-28 07:12:29
PELBARTUS de TEMESVAR (Oswald)
[Paris, François Regnault, ca 1522]. 1 vol. petit in-8°, basane brune estampée à froid, dos à nerfs sans ornementation, étiquette de titre en papier au dos, plats encadrés d'une large roulette à décor de rinceaux et de têtes dans des médaillons, titre écrit à la plume en long sur la tranche de gouttière. Reliure de l'époque usée, réparations aux mors et aux coins, larges épidermures sur le plat inf. Ex-libris (manuscrit et cachet) sur le titre des jésuites de Bordeaux. Exemplaire réglé, impression en caract. goth., nombreuses lettrines sur fond criblé en partie aquarellées à la main, marque de François Regnault à l'éléphant au verso du dernier feuillet. (320) ff. Signatures : [aa-zz]8 &&8 ??8 448 [AA-OO]8. 7 feuillets endommagés anciennement dans les deux derniers cahiers : les lacunes ont été comblées et reproduites à la main à la fin du XVIe siècle (sauf une, qui manque). Rare édition de ce volume de sermons du théologien franciscain hongrois Pelbartus de Temesvar (1430-1504). Ce volume comprend la première partie des sermons De Tempore (qui correspond à l'hiver). Un seul exemplaire répertorié de cette édition (à Gand). Moreau-Renouard II, n°381.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2018-04-24 22:45:45
LUDOLFO DI SASSONIA
Jodocus Badius Ascensius, Jacobi Francisci De Giun, 1522. In 8°(mm 200x140); fascinose sguardie in raffinata pergamena manoscritta con rubricature in rosso di possibile epoca medievale, versi eseguiti in grassetto con spiegazione e note al margine. 12 carte non numerate, carte numerate 411; 3 carte n.n. 1 bianca. Marca editoriale al colophon. Capolettera incisi entro vignette silografiche, vignette esplicative ad ogni argomento sempre in legno. Frontespizio e prologo con testo in rosso e nero a capotesta, vignetta silografica raffigurante la vita di Gesù; testo su due colonne in gotico e note al margine a stampa. Bella e solida legatura in piena pelle coeva su assicelle lignee impressa a secco (tracce di antiche dorature) ai piatti doppia bordura concentrica e motivo geometrico ai riquadri centrali tondi con iniziali VTIS, ramages, intrecci e fiori impressi a secco; dorso a tre nervi e scomparti con impressioni geometrici a secco e titolo manoscritto in nero. Tracce di antichi fermagli metallici al piatto inferiore.Ludolfo di Sassonia, scrittore ascetico, nato verso il 1295, entrò a 18 anni fra i domenicani, per passare nel 1340 presso i certosini di Strasburgo; divenne priore nella certosa di Coblenza (1343-48); in seguito si ritirò a Magonza e poi a Strasburgo, ove morì nel 1377.La sua fama è affidata alla Vita Iesu Christi ex quatuor Evangeliis (Strasburgo 1474; la migliore ed. è quella del Rigollot, voll. 4, Parigi 1870); piuttosto che una storia propriamente detta, è un seguito di considerazioni, arricchite da molte citazioni di Padri e autori spirituali del Medioevo. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2018-04-24 08:11:10
BERNARDUS DE LUTZENBURGO (Bernard of Luxemburg, c. 1460-1535)
Koln, Eucharius Cervicornus. In-4° (203x137 mm). Carte [48]. Collazione: a-m4. Frontespizio entro cornice ornamentale xilografica raffigurante i pilastri della Chiesa (papa, vescovi, etc.) e contenente le iniziali dell'editore "EC"; illustrazione a piena pagina intitolata "Statua haereticorum" ("Effigie dell'eretico") alle carte b2r e m4v, nella quale è raffigurato, sopra ad un piedistallo, un eretico al quale un demone alato soffia aria in un orecchio, mentre altri due demoni tentano di tirarlo tra le fiamme dell'inferno con l'aiuto di una catena. Iniziali xilografiche. Tiratura con la voce "Arnaldus" alla carta d1v e senza le voci "Balacius" alla carta d2r e "Constantinus" alla carta e1r; inoltre senza il colophon al di sotto dell'errata alla carta m4r. L'inserimento della voce "Arnaldus" e la soppressione delle voci "Balacius" e "Constantinus" costrinsero il tipografo a riorganizzare il testo tra le carte d1v e e1v. La carta di errata fu ricomposta ed ampliata, ma i dati tipografici furono omessi (cf. VD 16, B-1985 and ZV-1328). Pergamena floscia posteriore. Strappo al frontespizio sapientemente restaurato senza perdita di testo, restauri a diverse carte nella parte finale del volume, che tuttavia non interessano il testo, lievi aloni e fioriture marginali, uniformemente brunito, ma nel complesso buona copia. Prima edizione estremamente rara di questo importante trattato sull'eresia e sugli eretici, che contiene una sezione interamente dedicata a Martin Lutero e ai Luterani. L'opera è suddivisa in quattro libri. Il primo libro ("De hereticis in generali") offre un tratta … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-04-22 05:28:28
Halberstadt Lorenz Stuchs 8 Juli. Zweispaltiges O-Blatt aus der letzten vorlutherischen Bibel mit einem 1/3-seitigen Holzschnitt (19,2 x 11,5 cm). Klarer Abdruck auf festem Papier. Blatt mit wenigen kleinen Randflecken. Blattgröße: 25,5 x 35 cm. Rar! - - - Lorenz Stuchs, der Erstdrucker von Halberstadt, war Sohn des Nürnberger Druckers Georg Stuchs. Lorenz brachte die Holzstöcke der Kölner Bibel (1478) aus Nürnberg mit nach Halberstadt. Der Drucker Koberger hatte sie erneut 1483 für seinen Bibeldruck in Nürnberg verwendet. Die letzte vorlutherische Bibel erschien am 8. Juli 1522 in Halberstadt zu einem ungünstigen Zeitpunkt. Denn Luthers September-Testament erschien zwei Monate später und fand reißenden Absatz, während von der Halberstädter Bibel nur wenige Exemplare verkauft wurden. Der niederdeutsche Text des Blattes aus dem "Judicum" ist eine eigenständige Übersetzung aus der Vulgata, wogegen der Psalter aus der Kölner Bibel und die übrigen Teile aus der Lübecker Bibel (1494) übernommen wurden. Der VD 16 verzeichnet lediglich 12 Exemplare der Halberstädter Bibel.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
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2018-04-22 05:28:27
Halberstadt Lorenz Stuchs 8 Juli. Zweispaltiges O-Blatt aus der letzten vorlutherischen Bibel mit einem 1/3-seitigen Holzschnitt (18,8 x 12 cm). Klarer Abdruck auf festem Papier. Blatt mit wenigen kleinen Randflecken. Wasserzeichen "Stern über Waage im Kreis". Blattgröße: 25,5 x 35 cm. Rar! - - - Lorenz Stuchs, der Erstdrucker von Halberstadt, war Sohn des Nürnberger Druckers Georg Stuchs. Lorenz brachte die Holzstöcke der Kölner Bibel (1478) aus Nürnberg mit nach Halberstadt. Der Drucker Koberger hatte sie erneut 1483 für seinen Bibeldruck in Nürnberg verwendet. Die letzte vorlutherische Bibel erschien am 8. Juli 1522 in Halberstadt zu einem ungünstigen Zeitpunkt. Denn Luthers September-Testament erschien zwei Monate später und fand reißenden Absatz, während von der Halberstädter Bibel nur wenige Exemplare verkauft wurden. Der niederdeutsche Text des Blattes aus dem "Machabeorum" ist eine eigenständige Übersetzung aus der Vulgata, wogegen der Psalter aus der Kölner Bibel und die übrigen Teile aus der Lübecker Bibel (1494) übernommen wurden. Der VD 16 verzeichnet lediglich 12 Exemplare der Halberstädter Bibel.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
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2018-04-22 05:28:25
Halberstadt Lorenz Stuchs 8 Juli. Zweispaltiges voneinander getrenntes O-Doppelblatt aus der letzten vorlutherischen Bibel mit zwei 1/3-seitigen Holzschnitten (18,5 x 12 cm und 18,5 x 11,6 cm). Klarer Abdruck auf festem Papier mit Wasserzeichen. Blätter mit den Signaturen "Q iii" und "Q iiii". Ein Blatt mit Knickspur in unterer Ecke. Blattgrößen: 25,2 x 35 cm. Rar! - - - Das Doppelblatt ermöglicht eine Präsentation in Form einer aufgeschlagenen Halberstädter Bibel. Der Text und die beiden eindrucksvollen Holzschnitte von 1478 beschreiben und illustrieren Daniel‘s Traum von den vier Tieren, vom Widder vom Ziegenbock und den Traum von den siebzig Wochen. Geschrieben wurde der Text in der Mitte des II. Jh. v. Chr. in hebräischer und aramäischer Sprache. Der Text beschreibt Ereignisse aus der Zeit des Exils in Babel. - - - Lorenz Stuchs, der Erstdrucker von Halberstadt, war Sohn des Nürnberger Druckers Georg Stuchs. Lorenz brachte die Holzstöcke der Kölner Bibel (1478) mit nach Halberstadt. Der Drucker Koberger hatte sie bereits 1483 für seinen Bibeldruck in Nürnberg verwendet. Diese letzte vorlutherische Bibel erschien am 8. Juli 1522 in Halberstadt zu einem ungünstigen Zeitpunkt. Denn Luthers September-Testament erschien zwei Monate später und fand reißenden Absatz, während von der Halberstädter Bibel nur wenige Exemplare verkauft wurden. Der niederdeutsche Text des Blattes aus dem "Buch Daniel" ist eine eigenständige Übersetzung aus der Vulgata, wogegen der Psalter aus der Kölner Bibel und die übrigen Teile aus der Lübecker Bibel (1494) übernommen wurden. Der VD 16 verzeichn … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
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