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2017-10-24 17:28:51
Fries, Laurent
Strasbourg Grüninger Joann 1522 - Southern Africa. "II. Tabula Moderna Aphrice". Orig. woodblock, L. Fries after M. Waldseemüller's map from 1513. Published by J. Grüninger, Strasbourg, 1522. With title in a decorative border above the map and many figures on the map. 35:43 cm (13 3/4 x 17 inch.). Laurent Fries' (1485-1532) first edition. Norwich 150: "This . map now has three kings on their thrones, an elephant, a cockatrice and two serpents next to a sugarloaf mountain, while the King of Portugal rides a bridled sea monster on the Mare Prassodum, holding the banner of Portugal . and the sceptre . The woodcut border and ornaments on the verso are said to be the work of Hans Holbein". - A map of Southern Africa. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Czech Republic]
2017-10-21 20:26:50
OCCAM, Guglielmo Guillelmus / ANDRES, Antonio
Scoto, Venezia, 1522. In -folio, cc. 83, (1), grande marca editoriale al colophon; perg. Rilegato con Andrès, Antonio, "Scriptum in arte veteri et in divisionibus Boetij cum questionibus", cc. 102., grande marca di Scoto al colophon. Piena pergamena, titoli ms al dorso.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2017-10-16 13:33:45
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-16 13:31:07
Nuremberg; Durer, Albrecht
Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc. [US]
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2017-10-16 13:19:11
PLAUTUS (c. 254-184 BC)
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 13:19:11
PLAUTUS (c. 254-184 BC)
Venice: Aldus Manutius and Andrea of Asola (Torresano) (in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani Soceri. Mense Iulio), 1522. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First and only Aldine edition of the comedies of Plautus from 1522. 8vo (212 x 130mm). [xxviii, including index], 284pp. Aldine printer's device [F1] on title and final verso. 30 lines and headline, initial spaces with guide-letter. Italic type. Early 19th century paneled russia, neatly rebacked with flat spine, some gilt-tooling, gilt edges and morocco lettering label ‘PLAUTUS COMEDIES'; (intermittent wormhole in lower margin with some paper repair attempts, calf slightly worn at edges, although overall good, clean and bright). Monogram ink stamp to title “LPT” or “PLT” in three mounds, palms and a cross, a motif of the Olivetans and possibly tied to their Order. Gift inscription to Henry O. Houghton from Richard Grantwhite, dated 1880. Bookplate of Cyril H. Jones of the Milton Academy Library, in Milton, MA. Jones was for many years a Latin teacher at the leading private school and was headmaster from 1942 to 1947. Wide-margined copy and first and only Aldine edition of Plautus, edited by Francesco Torresano. The preface states that the basis of the text was a version prepared by Aldus Manutius and Erasmus. In a letter to Erasmus of 1517, Andrea Torresano, Francesco's father, said that the edition of Plautus is based on copies of the text with the corrections of Aldus and Erasmus. Despite this, Dibdin asserts that there are relatively few textual differences between this and the Giunta edition of the same year; Jose … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 13:19:11
PLAUTUS (c. 254-184 BC)
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2017-10-16 13:19:11
PLAUTUS (c. 254-184 BC)
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 13:19:11
ASCONIUS PEDIANUS, Quintus.
(In fine:) Venetiis, in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani soceri, dicembre 1522. in-8, ff. (11, mancando il quarto bianco), 283, (più 1 bianco con àncora aldina al verso), splendida leg. veneziana dell'epoca in marocchino nocciola decorata a secco, piatti adorni di larga bordura di arabeschi ed all'interno un rosone con fregi agli angoli, dorso a tre nervi con decoraz. di filetti (lieve abrasione alle cuffie, piccolo lavoro di tarlo al piatto anter.); in elegante astuccio moderno m.pelle. Impresa tipogr. di Aldo sul titolo ed in fine. Dedica di Francesco d'Asola, curatore dell'edizione, a Francesco Contarini, nella quale avverte di "aver aggiunto, ai commenti di Asconio Pediano a Cicerone, anche quelli di Vittorino al trattato De inventione e di Giorgio Trapezunzio all'orazione Pro Q. Ligario" (cfr. Cataldi Palau, Gian Francesco d'Asola e la Tipogr. aldina, p. 124). Prima edizione aldina di questi commenti alle Orazioni di Cicerone, importantissimi per la letteratura e la storia classica, contenendo notizie sulla costituzione del Senato, sulle assemblee del popolo e le corti di giustizia. Asconio Pediano, nativo di Padova, fu grammatico a Roma al tempo di Tiberio, amico di Virgilio e maestro di Tito Livio e di Quintiliano. Ottimo esempl., genuino e fresco, nella preziosa legatura originale. (Alcune sottolineature e chiose leggibili di mano coeva nei margini dei primi 4 ff.).. Renouard 96.8. UCLA n. 188. Adams A-2054. STC 59. Cataldi Palau, op. cit., n. 85..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-16 13:02:26
FRIES, Laurent.
Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB [Aptos, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:59:09
Biblia,
Wie solche von Herrn Doctor Martin Luther im Jahr Christi 1522 in unsere Teutsche Mutter-Sprach zu übersetzen angefangen / Anno 1534 zu End gebracht / und Vor einigen Jahren bereits mit den Summarien Herrn Johann Sauberti auch mit den vielfältigen und Wehrreichen Nutzen / über alle Capitel/ des Herrn D. Salomon Blassens ausgefertigt ... Samt einer Vorrede Herrn Johann Michael Dillherrns. Endter, Nürnberg 1716. 36 Bl. 1181 S. mit 4 x 2 Bl. Zwischentiteln u. 11 Bl. mit 9 Kupfertaf. u. 144 Textholzschnitten. Folio. Schweinslederband d. Zt. über 5 Bünde u. Holzdeckeln. mit 2 (restaurierten) Schließen u. 8 (v. 10) Messingbeschlägen. Einband teils gering beschäd. Beschläge teils mit Fehlstellen. Erste u. letzte Bl. etwas beschäd, letztes Bl. lose, 1 Bl. mit minimalem Textverlust. Teils gebräunt u. etwas stockfl. Insgesamt gutes Exemplar im zeitgenöss. Einband.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Engel & Co GmbH [Stuttgart, Germany]
2017-10-16 11:55:17
VITRUVIUS MARCUS (I secolo a.C.).
Firenze, eredi Filippo Giunta, 1522. In - 8ø; 192, 24 cc., 20 cc. nn. con numerose inc. xilografiche nel testo; legatura coeva in tutta pergamena con la scritta VETRUVIO di mano cinquecentesca al piatto posteriore, impressione in oro al centro del piatto anteriore (dorso e sguardie rinnovati). Qualche gora marginale. Nota di possesso cinquecentesca (Gerolamo Argenti), ex libris Philip Pandely Argenti (1891 - 1974) storico dell'isola di Chios. Esemplare ricco di postille e note di mano coeva ai margini riconducibili a Gerolamo Argenti (nota di possesso al titolo). Della stessa mano vi sono in fine al volume tre sonetti: "Ad susim in fonticulo", "Epigramma graecum ad fontem Clitori sic vertitur" e "Ad fontem in insula Chio". La famiglia genovese degli Argenti amministr• l'isola dal 1346 al 1566 per conto della repubblica di Genova. L'impostazione di questa edizione riprende quella della giuntina del 1513 con il commento di Fra Giocondo (1433 - 1515) e con il testo di Sesto Giulio Frontino (fine I sec. d.C.). La composizione della pagina viene rinnovata e gli errori corretti, mentre la matrice per le incisioni in legno rimane la stessa. Fowler 396. Cicognara 699. Berlin Katalog 1800. Sander 7697.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-16 11:55:14
VITRUVIUS POLLIO Marcus
Nuper maxima diligentia castigati atque excusi, additis, Iulij Frontini De aqueductibus libris propter materiae affinitatem. (In fine:) Impressum Florentiae, per haeredes Philippi Juntae, MDXXII sexto kal. Nouembris. (Firenze, Er. Giunta 1522). in-8 (mm 167x102), ff. 192, 24, (20, di cui il penultimo bianco e l'ultimo con marca al verso), leg. coeva in p. pelle decorata a secco (dorso restaurato). Con 139 splendide silogr. n.t. e vignetta al tit. L'impostazione dell'edizione riprende la giuntina del 1513 con il commento di Fra Giocondo e il testo di Sesto Giulio Fiorentino (fine I sec. d. C.), la composizione della pagina viene per? rinnovata e gli errori corretti, mentre la matrice per le incisioni in legno rimane la stessa. Giovanni Giocondo di Verona (1433-1515), frate domenicano, fu uno dei primi sostenitori di un gusto antiquario e venne nominato nel 1513 sostituto del Bramante nei lavori di S. Pietro a Roma. Esemplare assai grande di margini in preziosa leg. coeva (nota di possesso sulla sguardia ant.). Adams V 904. Berlin Kat. 1800. Cicognara 699. Fowlwe 396. Sander 7697. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:40:22
La Trémoille, Louis II. de, Feldherr (1460-1525).
Dijon, 23. IX, 1522. 1 S. Qu.-8vo. Schönes Stück in französischer Sprache, an die Prinzessin von Oranien in Joinville (lt. beiliegender alter Katalogbeschreibung zu identifizieren mit Louise de Montmorency, 1496-1547), mit der Mitteilung, daß Bedienstete der Erzherzogin Margarete von Österreich (1480-1533) ihr einen Pass des Königs François I. überbringen würden: "[...] Les com[m]is de madame l'archiduchesse [?] vous diront de leur besongne [...] que le Roy ma envoye une passe porte pour ceux [?] Dedans peu de jours vous aviseray de la response que jauray du Roy comme jay conclu aveque lesdits commis [...]". - Sehr selten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-10-16 11:37:36
Cuiacius, Jacobus
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2017-10-16 11:37:36
Cuiacius, Jacobus
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 11:37:36
Cuiacius, Jacobus
Folio, perkamenten band, (16)+402+599+810+655+(78) pag. Geillustreerd met gegraveerd portret van Cuiacius. Veel pagina's gebruind. Band op scharnieren iets gesleten. C1081."Verzamelde werken van de Duitse specialist in Romeins recht Cuiacius (1522-1590). Vier delen in één band."
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Netherlands]
2017-10-16 11:33:47
Indagine (Rosenbach), Johannes ab.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-16 11:33:30
PANTALEON, Heinrich (Hans Heinrich BANTLIN).
Adams P-179; VD16 P228-P230; cf. Lipperheide 634 (German edition). First edition of an extensive biographical work by the Swiss physician, professor in medicine, theologian and linguist Heinrich Pantaleon (1522-1595). It contains biographies of the "heroes", famous men and important figures in the history of "Germania", here including the Low Countries and Switzerland. The first part starts at the creation of the world by God (year 1) and continues up to the year 3970, the first year of the Christian era (AD) and then to AD 800. It includes mostly the lives of mythical Germanic heroes and monarchs: Tuisto, the divine ancestor of the Germanic peoples, Adulas, Diclas, Obalus, etc. The second part covers the years 800 to 1500, including a biography of Gutenberg. The third part, covering 1501 to 1566, contains interesting biographies of Luther, Erasmus, Vesalius, Mercator and many others.With bookplate, library stamp, owner's inscription and some other manuscript notes. Slightly browned, some marginal thumbing, and tiny wormholes in the first and last 80 pages. Binding worn at the extremities, front hinge cracked. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 11:30:46
Luther, Martin.
[colophon: Wittenberg: , Ianvario 1522]. [colophon: Wittenberg, Ianvario 1522]. 4to (20.7 cm; 8.125"). [44] ff.. First edition of Luther's influential treatise rejecting the Roman Mass, papacy, and celibacy within the priesthood written in the Fall of 1521 for the Augustinian friars of Wittenberg and dedicated to them, which treatise inspired the community to stop conducting private masses. Anna Linton points out another major tenet of the work: "[Luther] denounced contact between the living and the dead . . . . thereby removing any justification for prayers to the saints or intecessory prayers for the dead. . . . [Further,] the sacrament of Extreme Unction was declared invalid" (p. 18).    The title is printed within a woodcut architectural border attributed to Renaissance painter, printer, and friend of Luther Lucas Cranach (Kat. Cranach, 216); the text also contains four => seven-line woodcut initials (one repeated).    Provenance: Ownership and deaccession rubber-stamps for the Georg-August University in Göttingen on bottom margin of first leaf of text; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.         Benzing 997; VD16 L 3619. See also, Linton, Poetry and Parental Bereavement in Early Modern Lutheran Germany, Oxford & NY: Oxford University Press, 2008. 18th-century half calf and brown speckled paper, spine ruled in gilt with black leather gilt-lettered label, all edges speckled red; rubbed with some loss of leather/paper, rebacked with new endpapers, evidence of a removed bookplate on front pastedown. Tit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
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2017-10-16 11:29:20
Indagine (Rosenbach), Johannes ab.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-16 11:19:10
Nuremberg; Durer, Albrecht
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 11:19:10
Nuremberg; Durer, Albrecht
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:12:38
VITRUVIUS POLLIO, Marcus.
(In fine:) Impressum Florentiae, per haeredes Philippi Juntae, MDXXII sexto kal. Nouembris. (Firenze, Er. Giunta 1522). in-8 (mm 167x102), ff. 192, 24, (20, di cui il penultimo bianco e l'ultimo con marca al verso), leg. del XIX sec. in m. pelle e ang., titolo su tassello granata al dorso, tagli blu. Con 139 splendide silogr. n.t. e vignetta al tit.; l'impostazione dell'edizione riprende la giuntina del 1513 con il commento di Fra Giocondo e il testo di Sesto Giulio Fiorentino (fine I sec. d. C.), la composizione della pagina viene però rinnovata e gli errori corretti, mentre la matrice per le incisioni in legno rimane la stessa. Giovanni Giocondo di Verona (1433-1515), frate domenicano, fu uno dei primi sostenitori di un gusto antiquario e venne nominato nel 1513 sostituto del Bramante nei lavori di S. Pietro a Roma. Esempl. in buono stato (con i margini dei primi 8 ff. abilmente rifatti). Adams V 904. Berlin Kat. 1800. Cicognara 699. Fowlwe 396. Sander 7697. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-09 07:18:35
PLAUTUS
Firenze, per Heredes Philippi Juntae, 1522-. In 8°, c.nn. 8, c. 388. Bella cornice architettonica al frontespizio, marchio tipografico al verso dell'ultima carta. Capilettera. Questa edizione contiene gli argomenti e le etimologie di Simon Charpentier, stampate a Lione nel 1513 e non inserite nell'edizione dei Giunta del 1514. Ampi margini, minimi restauri al margine del frontespizio. Legatura in mezza pelle del '700. (Renouard, XLVII, 66; Adams, P. 1486).
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marisa Meroni [IT]
2017-10-05 07:18:13
POLYBIUS
Florentiae, per haeredes Philippi Iuntae, 1522. Cm. 16, cc. 225 (1). Bel marchio tipografico giuntino a frontespizio e colophon. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pergamena con ampie punte e titoli in oro su tass. rosso al dorso. Alcune annotazioni marginali di mano coeva. Trascurabile alone alla parte bassa delle ultime carte, antico rinforzo al margine esterno dell'ultima carta, sporadiche macchiette. Buon esemplare. Delle Storie di Polibio (206 a.C. – 124 a.C.), forse il culmine della storiografia antica per rigore nell'indagine delle fonti, ci sono pervenuti solo i primi cinque libri, oltre a estratti bizantini di altri libri. Polibio tratteggia un grande affresco delle guerre puniche tra Roma e Cartagine; i libri pervenuti coprono gli eventi fino al 216 a.C. Il traduttore Niccolò Perotto (1429-1480), umanista nativo di Fano, si formò a Mantova e a Ferrara con Vittorino da Feltre e Guarino da Verona. Cfr. Iccu; Camerini, 164; Graesse, V, 395; non Adams. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2017-09-21 16:58:14
FRIES, Laurent.
[Strassburg 1522], Johann Koberger. Single sheet woodcut map sheet size: 55.2 x 40 cm., map size: 16 x 45.5 cm., hand colored, minor dusty surface edges, minor old worm holes restored, now solid and stable copy. * RARE FIRST EDITION * *** *** A FABULOUS & EARLY FIRST MAP OF EASTERN ASIA THE FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST EUROPEAN PRINTED MAP SHOWING CHINA, MONGOLIA, MANCHURIA, TIBET, JAPAN, CAMBODIA, TONKING, ANNAM, LAOS AND THAT PART OF SOUTHEAST ASIA & THE FAR EAST. AN ITEM OF MAJOR IMPORTANCE IN THE WORLD OF CARTOGRAPHY THE FIRST EUROPEAN MAP OF EAST ASIA & JAPAN A map inspired by Marco Polo, first recorded by Cladius Ptolemy in his stunning and celebrated first GEOGRAPHIA in ca. 150 A.D. The next issue of a similar map was by Fries, FIRST issued his atlas: "GEOGRAPHIA OF PTOLEMY" in 1522, this being map number 45 of that great and major work. KEY POINTS OF THE FIRST EDITION 1522: This is the FIRST recorded map to show China, Tibet, Japan, as well as Tonking, Annam, Laos and Cambodia. The First Edition contains the text & illustrations on its four sheets: [NOTE:the text is lacking on all later editions & only found on the FIRST EDITION]. This is the "point." Page 1. The front cover has the title: "TA SVPERIORIS INDIAE ET TARTARIAE MAIORIS" with the clover leaf, and with a pair of very elaborate columns at the left, and a border at the right with wording: "IHS MA IHS MA." The title page text continues: "Marcvs Polo venetus asserit, q inter onmnes imperatores et re/ges ta [m] sarracenoru[m]..." Clearly acknowledging Marco Polo's great contribution to this map and kn … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB [Aptos, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-09-19 17:30:56
Laurent FRIES (1490-1532)
Nel 1522 Fries produsse un'edizione della Geographia di Tolomeo, basata sulla versione di Strasburgo del 1513 di Martin Waldseemuller. Le carte furono rielaborate e ridotte nel formato, apportando lievi modifiche. Questa mappa del mondo raffigura solo le estreme coste orientali dell'America, mentre di particolare rilevanza risulta la Groenlandia, raffigurata come una penisola che si estende dalla Russia. Le edizioni della Geographia di Lyon sono rare, poiché furono censurate dal Calvinisti. Esemplare tratto dall'edizione del 1535, Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis. Libri Octo. Ex Bilibaldi Pirckeymheri Tra[ns]Latione, Sed Ad Graeca & Prisca Exemplaria À Michaele Villanovano Iam Primum Recogniti. Lugduni Ex Officina Melchioris Et Gasparis Trechsel Fratrum. M.D. XXXV. Xilografia, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Shirley, The Mapping of the World, 49. Dimensioni 450x315. In 1522 Fries reissued Ptolemy's Geographia, based on the Strasbourg edition of Martin Waldseemuller, 1513. The maps were revised and reduced in size, with further minor changes. This map of the world depicts only the farthest Eastern coasts of America, while Greenland is quite relevant, shaped as a peninsula extending from Russia. The Lyon editions of the Geographia are quite rare, for they have been censored by the Calvinists. Example taken from the 1535 edition, Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis. Libri Octo. Ex Bilibaldi Pirckeymheri Tra[ns]Latione, Sed Ad Graeca & Prisca Exemplaria À Michaele Villanovano Iam Primum Recogniti. Lugduni Ex Officina Me … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2017-09-12 12:51:09
FRIES, Laurent.
[Strassburg 1522], Johann Koberger. Single sheet woodcut map sheet size: 55.2 x 40 cm., map size: 16 x 45.5 cm., hand colored, minor dusty surface edges, minor old worm holes restored, now solid and stable copy. * RARE FIRST EDITION * *** *** *** . . A FABULOUS & EARLY FIRST MAP OF EASTERN ASIA . . THE FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST EUROPEAN PRINTED MAP SHOWING CHINA, MONGOLIA, MANCHURIA, TIBET, JAPAN, CAMBODIA, TONKING, ANNAM, LAOS AND THAT PART OF SOUTHEAST ASIA & THE FAR EAST. * . . AN ITEM OF MAJOR IMPORTANCE IN THE WORLD OF CARTOGRAPHY . . THE FIRST EUROPEAN MAP OF EAST ASIA & JAPAN . A map inspired by Marco Polo, first recorded by Cladius Ptolemy in his stunning and celebrated first GEOGRAPHIA in ca. 150 A.D. The next issue of a similar map was by Fries, FIRST issued his atlas: "GEOGRAPHIA OF PTOLEMY" in 1522, this being map number 45 of that great and major work. **** KEY POINTS OF THE FIRST EDITION 1522: This is the FIRST recorded map to show China, Tibet, Japan, as well as Tonking, Annam, Laos and Cambodia. * The First Edition contains the text & illustrations on its four sheets: [NOTE:the text is lacking on all later editions & only found on the FIRST EDITION]. This is the "point." . Page 1. The front cover has the title: "TA SVPERIORIS INDIAE ET TARTARIAE MAIORIS" with the clover leaf, and with a pair of very elaborate columns at the left, and a border at the right with wording: "IHS MA IHS MA." The title page text continues: "Marcvs Polo venetus asserit, q inter onmnes imperatores et re/ges ta [m] sarracenoru[m]." Clearly acknowledging Marco Polo's great contributio … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-09-12 12:51:09
FRIES, Laurent.
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2017-09-12 12:51:09
FRIES, Laurent.
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2017-08-26 15:18:49
AUGUSTINE (354-430 AD) – VIVES, Juan Luis (1492-1540).
[Johann Froben], Basel 1522 - (The date in the colophon is misprinted 1512). Folio (340 x 245mm). [22], 787pp. Collation: aa (11, lacking initial blank), a-z(6), A-Z(6), Aa-Rr(6), Ss-Tt(8). Elaborate woodcut border on title depicting the virtues and vices surrounding the gate of the heavenly city. On rear verso an illustrated procession of personifications and virtues and woodcut printer’s device of Johann Froben (caduceus), illustrations from Urs Graf, Ambrosius Holbein, and Hans Holbein the Younger. Printed marginalia throughout. Edited by Erasmus’s Spanish humanist colleague Juan Luis Vives, but with a preface by Erasmus. Dedicated to Henry VIII. Full early mottled calf with red morocco label gilt "Augustini de Civitate Dei," six raised bands; front board with loosening cords; edges stained red; (marginal worming, at times affecting text or holding some pages together at corners, some minor dampstaining at gutter). Scattered contemporary annotations and underlining in red ink indicating biblical verses relevant to text. Evidently, an early reader poured over this work with a desire to connect the City of God text and commentary with the bible. In 1522, Froben published the monumental and amply commentated edition of Augustine’s City of God, in luxurious format; it was great in bulk and price, making it difficult to sell. It remains the definitive edition, which was the first to employ extensive collations of different manuscripts. Juan Luis Vives, a native Valencian and friend to Erasmus, prepared the commentary. Vives edition was dedicated to Henry VIII, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [U.S.A.]
2017-08-21 05:29:40
Luther, Martin.
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2017-08-21 05:29:40
Luther, Martin.
[colophon: Wittenberg, Ianvario 1522].[colophon: Wittenberg, Ianvario 1522]. 4to (20.7 cm; 8.125"). [44] ff.. First edition of Luther's influential treatise rejecting the Roman Mass, papacy, and celibacy within the priesthood written in the Fall of 1521 for the Augustinian friars of Wittenberg and dedicated to them, which treatise inspired the community to stop conducting private masses. Anna Linton points out another major tenet of the work: "[Luther] denounced contact between the living and the dead . . . . thereby removing any justification for prayers to the saints or intecessory prayers for the dead. . . . [Further,] the sacrament of Extreme Unction was declared invalid" (p. 18).    The title is printed within a woodcut architectural border attributed to Renaissance painter, printer, and friend of Luther Lucas Cranach (Kat. Cranach, 216); the text also contains four => seven-line woodcut initials (one repeated).    Provenance: Ownership and deaccession rubber-stamps for the Georg-August University in Göttingen on bottom margin of first leaf of text; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.         Benzing 997; VD16 L 3619. See also, Linton, Poetry and Parental Bereavement in Early Modern Lutheran Germany, Oxford & NY: Oxford University Press, 2008. 18th-century half calf and brown speckled paper, spine ruled in gilt with black leather gilt-lettered label, all edges speckled red; rubbed with some loss of leather/paper, rebacked with new endpapers, evidence of a removed bookplate on front pastedown. Title-page … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [U.S.A.]
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2017-08-21 05:29:40
Luther, Martin.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [U.S.A.]
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2017-08-21 05:29:40
Luther, Martin.
[colophon: Wittenberg, Ianvario 1522]. 4to (20.7 cm; 8.125"). [44] ff.. First edition of Luther's influential treatise rejecting the Roman Mass, papacy, and celibacy within the priesthood written in the Fall of 1521 for the Augustinian friars of Wittenberg and dedicated to them, which treatise inspired the community to stop conducting private masses. Anna Linton points out another major tenet of the work: "[Luther] denounced contact between the living and the dead . . . . thereby removing any justification for prayers to the saints or intecessory prayers for the dead. . . . [Further,] the sacrament of Extreme Unction was declared invalid" (p. 18).    The title is printed within a woodcut architectural border attributed to Renaissance painter, printer, and friend of Luther Lucas Cranach (Kat. Cranach, 216); the text also contains four => seven-line woodcut initials (one repeated).    Provenance: Ownership and deaccession rubber-stamps for the Georg-August University in Göttingen on bottom margin of first leaf of text; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.         Benzing 997; VD16 L 3619. See also, Linton, Poetry and Parental Bereavement in Early Modern Lutheran Germany, Oxford & NY: Oxford University Press, 2008. 18th-century half calf and brown speckled paper, spine ruled in gilt with black leather gilt-lettered label, all edges speckled red; rubbed with some loss of leather/paper, rebacked with new endpapers, evidence of a removed bookplate on front pastedown. Title-page with a few small stains and "5" in old … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [U.S.A.]
2017-08-19 00:01:59
Luther, Martin.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2017-08-19 00:01:59
Luther, Martin.
1522. First edition of Luther's influential treatise rejecting the Roman Mass, papacy, and celibacy within the priesthood written in the Fall of 1521 for the Augustinian friars of Wittenberg and dedicated to them, which treatise inspired the community to stop conducting private masses. Anna Linton points out another major tenet of the work: "[Luther] denounced contact between the living and the dead . . . . thereby removing any justification for prayers to the saints or intecessory prayers for the dead. . . . [Further,] the sacrament of Extreme Unction was declared invalid" (p. 18). The title is printed within a woodcut architectural border attributed to Renaissance painter, printer, and friend of Luther Lucas Cranach (Kat. Cranach, 216); the text also contains four => seven-line woodcut initials (one repeated). Provenance: Ownership and deaccession rubber-stamps for the Georg-August University in Göttingen on bottom margin of first leaf of text; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [US]
2017-08-19 00:01:59
Luther, Martin.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2017-08-19 00:01:59
Luther, Martin.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2017-08-18 11:30:50
PETRARCA Francesco
(f.16 n.n in fine:) Impresso in Fiorenza, per le heredi di Filippo di Giunta l'anno MDXXII del mese di Luglio (Firenze 1522). In-8, ff. 180, (24), impresa silografica dei Giunti in fine al verso dell'ultimo foglio. Legatura dell'epoca in pelle bruna, i piatti decorati a secco da riquadri di filetti, ricca bordura e 3 arabeschi centrali, tagli blu. Frontespizio entro bordura architettonica, 6 legni ai Trionfi, già utilizzati nel 1515, impresa Giuntina in fine. Rarissima edizione in corsivo: la prima parte contiene il Canzoniere, che comprende un utile indice per incipit dei Sonetti, nonché l'inedita ballata "Donna mi viene spesso nella mente" che Petrarca in un primo tempo incluse nel Vaticano Lat.3195, autografo del Canzoniere per poi sostituirla con un madrigale.; la seconda i Trionfi, illustrati da 6 superbe figure a piena pag. In fine un fascicolo spesso mancante comprende la ''Canzone di messer Francesco Petrarcha trovata in un anticho libro'', con incipit: ''Quel ch'ha nostra natura in se più degno''. Bernardo Giunti la aggiunse, pur sostenendo che Petrarca "non avrebbe mai voluto ricordarsi d'averle composte". Esempl. marginoso, al frontesp. nota mss. di Pier Antonio dell'Ancisa autore de ''Le famiglie fiorentine illustrate con varie scritture'' (Per la genealogia di Dell'Ancisa vedi: ASF, Manoscritti 348, cc. 300r-305v). Al verso del titolo lunga nota ms. di Pierangelo Dell'Ancisa. Lievi aloni gialli marginali agli ultimi 5 quaderni. Ex libris 800esco ''Biblioteca Todaroana''. - Fondo Petrarchesco Trivulziana, p. 111: ''La distanza tra Bernardo Giunti e suo padre, Fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-08-16 09:05:36
Tucci
Used [Publisher: Routledge] 1522
Bookseller: amazon.ca
2017-08-15 11:40:09
FICINO (Marsilio) ou FICIN (Marsile)
- In Firenze, per gli heredi di Philippo di Giunta, 1522 (au colophon). In-8 (150 x 90 mm), demi-vélin à coins, pièce de titre de maroquin noir et doré (rel. XVIIIe), 61, (2) feuillets, caractères italiques. Précoce édition italienne, imprimée par Giunta à Florence. Marsile Ficin composa ce célèbre traité directement en italien à l’occasion de la peste qui sévit en 1478-1479. Traduit en latin et dans plusieurs langues européennes, l’ouvrage remporta un large succès et fut réimprimé à l’occasion de nouvelles épidémies, ici lors de celle de 1522 à Florence. Fils de médecin, lui-même formé dans cette discipline, philosophe humaniste parmi les plus influents de la Première Renaissance, Marsile Ficin étudie les causes, les manifestations et le diagnostic de la maladie en soumettant divers traitements largement influencés par sa pratique alchimique. Il cite ainsi fréquemment Arnaud de Villeneuve et Raymond Lulle. L’ouvrage contient, en supplément, un traité du médecin florentin Tommaso del Garbo (f. 50 à 61). Cette édition est rare. Seulement 5 ex. recensés dans le monde par WorldCat. (BM Italian Books 241. Wellcome. I, 2264). Un commentateur anonyme de l’époque, dans des notes manuscrites calligraphiées en latin sur le titre (recto/verso) et à quelques marges, commente les recherches de Ficin, cite la position des anciens sur le sujet (Platon et Démocrite) et soumet ses propres recettes. Quelques taches au dernier feuillet et petits accrocs de papier sans perte de texte. Petit ex-libris ancien à la plume "Franco Renucci". Très bon exemplaire, frais, bien … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL [France]
2017-08-14 12:34:05
Athanasius Episcopus Alexandrinus / Erasmus Desiderius Roterodamus [von Rotterdam], Bearb. - Übers.: Porsena, Christophorus; Ambrosius Monachus [i.e. Ambrogio Traversari]; Politanus, Angelus [i.e. Angiolo Ambrogin od. Angelo Poliziano]; Capnione, Johannes [i.e. Reuchlin, graec. Kapnion].
Argentinae, apud Ioannem Knoblouchum mense martio anno MDXXII / Strassburg, Johann Knobloch [d. Ä.] März 1522. 4° (34.8 x 23 x 5.7 cm). 2 st. 6 Bll. (davon 1 Titel), CCCXIIII Fol. [314 Bll.], 10 Bll. Szenische Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre, etliche Zierinitialen, typographisch sorgfältiger Schriftsatz. Druck a. hochwertigem Bütten (Wz.: Tiara, h=11 cm). Gepr. Schweinsleder-Einband d.Zt. (etwas fleckig u. berieben, kleine Fehlstellen i. Bezug) mit 7 mm Holzdeckeln, mont. Rückenschild und 1 Messingschliesse (1 fehlt). Erste (einzige) Ausgabe dieser Version. Seiten im Aussensteg unterschiedlich braunrandig (generell eher blass), Vorsätze mit marginalen Wurmspuren. Alters- u. Lagerungs-, wenig eigentliche Gebrauchsspuren, hs. Sigel a. Vorsatz, Bibliotheksetikette mit Dublettenstempel a. fl.Bl. Gesamthaft weitgehend sauberes, recht gutes Exemplar - - VD16 A 3977 - Digitalis. in BVB/BSB - Frühere Ausgaben der Opera scheinen nur diejenigen von 1519 und 1520 zu sein (Paris, Joanne Parvo, i.e. Jean Petit); die Ausgaben von 1532 sind mit der vorliegenden Version nicht völlig identisch - Titelrahmen in Holzschnitt mit biblischen Szenen - Erwähnung 'Erasmi' etc. im Titel beschabt, die ersten 4 Textblätter mit der Paraclesis des Erasmus alt fehlend (sichtbar herausgetrennt), dessen 'Vita Athanasii' jedoch vorhanden (fol. CCXCV v. bis CCCXIIII r.) - Provenienz: Dublette der Stiftsbibliothek Einsiedeln (Sigel, Etikette u. Stempel) - Die Schriften des Erasmus wurden ab 1562/1563 auf den 'Index' gesetzt, was aber bei katholischen Eignern nicht zwingend eine radikale Säuberung provozierte. Aus de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Franz Kühne Antiquariat und Kunsthandel [Affoltern am Albis, Switzerland]
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2017-08-14 12:26:25
BREYDENBACH, Bernard von
for Francois Regnault, Paris, 1522. THE FIRST ILLUSTRATED TRAVEL BOOK 4to. ff (iv) 66 + fldg. pl., 67-90 + fldg. pl. 91-210, last blank. Lettre bâtarde, two parts in one, first title in red and black with armorial initial, second with Regnault’s elephant device, white on black and figurative initials throughout. Two very large folding woodcuts, 30" by 9½" and 32" by 9½" including margins (cuts amazingly uncropped), 42 further woodcuts mostly illustrating text, 3" by 3½" on average, largest 5" by 4½", in very good clear impressions. Very slight age yellowing, light foxing at beginning, a few small ink splashes mostly at blank fore-edge; generally a good, clean, crisp, large copy in early C18 English calf, spine (remounted) and borders gilt, worn at corners, marbled e-ps, a.e.r. Armorial bookplates of Charles, Viscount Bruce of Ampthill 1712 on pastedown and verso of t-p, and Boies Penrose on fly. Rare and early edition of the first illustrated travel book, the earliest modern account of the Holy land and one of the most remarkable popular picture books of its day. Breydenbach, Dean of Mainz and friends set out for the Holy Land in 1482 and after a hazardous journey via Venice, Corfu, Crete and Rhodes eventually reached their goal. One of the company was the artist Berwick, a painter of considerable talent, whose works, based on first hand observation, forms the basis for some of the illustrations in the present work, though others are culled from earlier printed texts. Berwick’s work is easily discernible however - it owes nothing to the imaginary orientalism which character … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
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