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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.]
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 11:12:38
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..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
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.
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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]
Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB [Aptos, CA, U.S.A.]
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2017-09-12 12:51:09
FRIES, Laurent.
Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB [Aptos, CA, U.S.A.]
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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.
[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]
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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]
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2017-08-21 05:29:40
Luther, Martin.
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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.]
2017-08-19 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]
2017-08-18 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 12:26:25
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]
2017-08-08 01:21:46
Günzburg, Johann Eberlin von:
(Augsburg, Erhard Oeglins Erben 1522).. Mit gr. Titelholzschnitt. 6 Bll. Rückenbroschur. 18 x 13,5 cm. VD 16 E 123; BNH Cat E 14; Kuczynski 623. - Günzburg (* um 1470 in Kleinkötz bei Günzburg, + Oktober 1533 in Leutershausen bei Ansbach) war ein reformatorischer deutscher Theologe und sozialer Reformer in Franken. Zwei Textausgaben sind laut VD16 bekannt, welche sich aber inhaltlich geringfügig unterscheiden. - Minimal fleckig.
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2017-07-30 16:34:37
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
2017-07-22 05:19:03
Birgivi Mehmet Efendi) Ali Sadr el-Konevi
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2017-07-18 15:33:25
PLAUTI [Plaute]
1522. Florentiae per Heredes Philippi Juntae Florentini, D.XX.II supra Mille [Florence, Héritiers de Filippo Junta, 1522]. 1 t. en 2 vol. in-8: 11.5 x 17.5 cm. I/ [8] ff. n. chiff., 221 ff. chiff.; II/ [167] ff. chiff. 222 à 388. Deuxième édition, après celle de 1514 chez Filippo Junta Père, augmentée des arguments de Simon Charpentier, éditeur du Plaute de Lyon (1513). Superbes reliures Empire en maroquin rouge signées Bozerian. Dos à 5 nerfs avec auteur, tomaison et année en doré, fers à motifs de trophées pressés à froid. Plats à doubles encadrements et dentelles à froid. Roulettes intérieures à motifs de méandres en doré. Tranches entièrement dorées. Ex-libris: Charles Walker Andrews. Quelques frottements. Magnifique exemplaire propre et luxueux. Splendide typographie aldienne exécutée par les héritiers de Filippo Junta, membre de la dynastie de libraires-imprimeurs de Florence, contemporains et concurrents d’Alde et Paul Manuce à Venise. La reliure est également exemplaire pour les fers à l’antique utilisés par les frères Bozerian, les relieurs les plus renommés de la période révolutionnaire et de l’Empire. Biblio.: Renouard, «Annales de l’imprimerie des Alde», 1825, III, no. 56.
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers [Lausanne, Switzerland]
2017-07-03 08:34:01
N.T./Erasmus, Desiderius
Basel, Pamphilius Gengenbach 1522 - 641 (= 623) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum over wooden boards with 3 raised bands, small 8° H. 11 x L. 8 x W. 4 cm. (Some wormholes in the binding, a single wormhole within the text throughout the text block and some very small ones in the bottom corner of the final pages. Without the final blank page, occasionally some waterstains, the corners of a few pages have been restored. With many old underlinings and annotations in the margins and several entries on the flyleafs. Each chapter is rubricated with a leather strap. Rare small edition of the Latin translation of the Greek New Testament by Desiderius Erasmus, 1466/69-1536. The translation by Erasmus was the first ever printed non-Vulgate version of the Bible in Latin and became very popular going through numerous editions. However, this edition is the only one that was printed in such a small format. Besides the Bible text it contains a dedication, a preface and the 'Argumentum by Erasmus. The work is illustrated with 3 woodcut decorative panels and a woodcut on the title page, depicting the descent of the Holy Spirit on Mary and the disciples, 8 woodcuts within the text, each placed at the beginning of a Bible book and depicting the accompanying author, and 3 woodcut tail-pieces. Several capital letters are handcoloured with red paint. Each of the woodcuts is handcoloured and in case of the woodcuts within the text also heightened with gold. The work is bound in an attractive blind-stamped pigskin binding, which closes with 2 clasps on straps. Both the front and back cover and t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo
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2017-06-30 20:22:02
Laurent FRIES (1490-1532)
Carta delle isole tratta dalla seconda edizione del 1525 della Geographia, curata da Laurent Fries, Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Mathematicorum principis , Opus Geographiae noviter castigatum e emaculatum additionibus raris et invisis, necnon cum tabularum in dorso iucunda explanatione. La mappa deriva da quella ideata dal Waldseemuller, rispetto alla quale risulta una riduzione. L'esemplare presenta il titolo in alto racchiuso in un cartiglio, ed al verso delle meravigliose cornici rinascimentali, tipiche della sola edizione del 1525. L'edizione del 1522 è firmata dal medico e astronomo tedesco Laurent Fries (1490ca-1532ca), allievo del Waldseemüller che, dopo la morte del maestro, nel 1518, ne pubblicò e corresse quasi tutti i lavori. Essa conteneva cinquanta carte: 27 tolemaiche e 23 moderne. La stampa e l'incisione sono a cura di Johann Grieninger, abile incisore del legno operante allora a Strasburgo. La tavola VII d'Europa di questa edizione è un chiaro rifacimento della omonima carta del Germanico inserita nell'edizione di Ulma del 1482. Il titolo della carta è inserito in un nastro svolazzante posto esternamente al disegno. L'orografia è segnata per mezzo di mucchi di talpa disposti in catene e colorati in marron (l'Etna con fiamme che fuoriescono); i fiumi sono a doppia linea, colorati internamente in blu; le coste sono caratterizzate da numerosi golfi a cipolla leggermente tratteggiati lungo la parte esterna. Silografia a proiezione trapezoidale, piccoli restauri alla piega centrale, e nel cartiglio in alto, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Nice exa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-06-27 19:10:04
Institutiones, Corpus Iuris, Kartause Buxheim, Post-Inkunabel - Porco, Cristoforo (Portius):
Lyon, Antonium du Ry for Francesco Giunta, 1522. 4°, circa 20 x 15 cm. 10 (one blank) ff., CCVIII numbered ff., title with figurative woodcut border, Giunta device at the end Vellum (probably 18th cent.) IT\ICCU\NAPE\024049 (only 1 record); Adams P 1955. Elegant imprint with the classic introductory texts for the study of the Corpus iuris civilis. The title with a pretty magister cum discipulis woodcut and text in red and black. - This copy is from the famous library of the Kartause Buxheim with the old armorial stamp to the rear of the title, together with another fleur de lys stamp. "- Very few old annotations, only few quires with some light staining, little browning, mostly clean, endpapers renewed, nice copy with an important provenance.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2017-06-21 23:44:18
SENEQUE (SENECA)
Impressum Venetiis |(Venise): Per Bernardinum de Vianis, 1522. Fine. Per Bernardinum de Vianis, Impressum Venetiis (Venise) 1522, in-folio (21x31cm), 140ff. Sig.: A-P8, Q-R10, relié. - Very rare edition of the tragedies of Seneca, illustrated with 10 woodcuts in-text (6,5x8cm), the head of each of the ten tragedies. Many initials in black or screened. Text of the tragedy in the center with the comments being distributed around in Roman characters. Binding open vintage parchment with a back with nerves redone in vellum formerly (eighteenth and early nineteenth?). Handwritten title in black pen. Absence of the cover page before the first title sheet. First dish detached exposed seams. Last layers frayed in right margin. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Très rare édition post-incunable des tragédies de Sénèque, illustrée de 10 figures sur bois in-texte (6,5 x 8 cm), en tête de chacune des dix tragédies. Nombreuses lettrines en noir ou criblées. Texte de la tragédie dans une colonne centrale avec les commentaires se distribuant autour, en caractères ronds. Titre dans un large encadrement floral gravé. On considère que l'édition princeps des tragédies de Sénèque est celle de 1484 à Ferrare (Andreas Gallicum). Colophon : « Impressum Venetiis per Bernardinum de Vianis de Lexona Vercellensem. Anno Domini M.D.XXII, die VI Novembris. »   Reliure en plein parchemin d'époque, avec un dos à nerfs refait en vélin anciennement (XVIIIème ou début XIXème). Titre manuscrit à la plume noire. Absence de la page de garde avant le premier feuillet de titre. Premier plat détaché des coutures, apparente … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2017-06-20 21:04:38
Giovenale, Decimo Giunio (Iuvenalis, Decimus Iunius)
Un volume legato in pergamena rigida (rilegatura tardo settecentesca) in quarto cm22x31, pp (12 + 324) 6 carte non numerate, CLXII carte numerate solo recto; frontespizio gotico in nero e rosso con marca raffigurante il Battista, vignette xilografiche ornano l'incipit di ciascuna delle sedici satire. Segnatura +6 A-T8 V10. Non comune edizione delle Satire di Giovenale per i tipi dello stampatore Giovanni Tacuino, originario di Trino (o Cerreto) e attivo a Venezia agli inizi del Secolo XVI; l'edizione comprende il fortunato commento di Giovanni Britannico (apparso per la prima volta nel 1501) e quello di Josse Bade. INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING WILL REQUIRE AN ADDITIONAL FEE AND SOME DELAY IN ORDER TO OBTAIN THE NECESSARY EXPORT PERMIT.
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Dedalo M. Bosio [IT]
2017-06-18 00:00:00
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.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-09 21:50:56
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]
2017-06-09 21:50:56
PANTALEON, Heinrich (Hans Heinrich BANTLIN).
1522. [12], 291, [12]; [8], 480, [12]; [12], 565, [11] pp.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.l Adams P-179; VD16 P228-P230; cf. Lipperheide 634 (German edition). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2017-06-03 14:34:51
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.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2017-05-21 13:23:11
Laurent FRIES
Lione 1522 - 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-05-18 11:26:31
Laurent FRIES (1490-1532)
Laurent Fries pubblica nel 1522 una nuova edizione della Geographia, con le carte disegnate da Waldseemuller nuovamente incise in formato ridotto. L'opera contiene 50 carte; oltre alle 27 tolemaiche e alle 20 tavole "moderne" sono aggiunte 3 nuove mappe raffiguranti il Sud Est asiatico, Cina e Giappone ed una nuova carta marina del Mondo. La prima edizione della Geographia del Fries fu piuttosto criticata a causa del testo; per questo l'editore Gruninger assolda per la traduzione il letterato Willibald Pirckheimer che usò le note di Johannes Regiomontanus; la supervisione fu di Johann Huttich. Il testo, al verso delle mappe, fu arricchito usando dei magnifici disegni ornamentali, realizzati in xilografia ed attribuiti ad Albrecht Durer, che sicuramente contribuisce nella realizzazione del disegno della sfera armillare nel testo. Dopo soli tre anni, nel 1525, viene stampata la nuova edizione della Geographia, la quarta ed ultima di Strasburgo. Tuttavia, nonostante il grande sforzo editoriale, pare che il Pirckheimer non fosse contento dell'opera tanto da incoraggiare il Gruninger a bruciare le matrici. Alla scomparsa del Fries e del Gruninger, le matrici furono acquaistate dai fratelli Melchior e Gaspar Treschel. Una terza edizione della Geographia che include le matrici del Fries viene stampata a Lione nel 1535. Per il testo i due editori si servirono della supervisione di Michael Servetus, che curò la revisione del testo del Pirckheimer. Il testo al verso delle mappe è ornato da xilografie disegnate da Hans Holbein il Giovane e Urs Graf. Una successiva ed ultima edizione v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2017-05-11 10:15:16
QUIDING, N.
H.
Svenskt allmänt författningsregister för tiden från år 1522 till och med år 1862, under titlar, som antyda författningarnes föremål, med iakttagande af alfabetisk och kronologisk ordning, samt med återgifvande af de officiela författningsrubrikerna. Stockholm, P. A. Norstedt & söner, 1865. 4:o. (2),+ 570 s. Något nött samtida hfrbd, guldornerad rygg. Ur O. B. Hults bibliotek, med hans exlibris. Almquist 1678. Fortfarande ett användbart standardverk. Otto Bernhard Hult (1807-74) var sekreterare i
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2017-05-03 16:42:50
TOLOMEO/FRIES LAURENT.
1522. Silografia, mm 305x435. Testo latino al verso. Tratta da "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini geographicae enarrationis libri octo". edizione della "Geographia" di Tolomeo curata da Michael Servetus detto Villanovanus, basata su quella del 1522 di Laurent Fries che a sua volta replica la celebre edizione di Waldseemueller del 1513, le cui carte sono qui ridotte. Le carte geografiche del 1522 di Fries, furono ristampate identiche in tutte le edizioni, con però notevoli variazioni al titolo, al testo laterale ad al verso. Originariamente scritta attorno al 150 dopo Cristo, la Geographia di Tolomeo, chiamato "Padre della Geografia", pose i principi fondamentali della geografia scientifica; riscoperta nel periodo rinascimentale ed introdotta in ambito europeo, tradotta in latino dal greco, l'opera rappresentò per secoli la pietra miliare della cartografia. Buon esemplare con leggere tracce di sporco superficiale, restauri alla piega centrale ed un lungo strappo verticale restaurato a destra.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2017-04-29 09:58:58
Livius Titus, Florus Lucius Annaeus
Eredi Filippo Giunta, 1522. In 8°, due volumi in un uno (mm 160 x 950); piena pelle coeva con impressioni a secco (mancano i legacci); cc. 52, 63, (1 bianca). Segnatura: AA-FF8 GG4 aaaa-hhhh8. La carta hhhh8 è bianca. La seconda parte, "Lucius Florus", ha un titolo proprio, numerazione a carte e registro. Sul frontespizio è presente la marca tipografica dei Giunta (due infanti che reggono un giglio) . Spazi bianchi con lettere guida. Si tratta della quinta parte dell'edizione giuntina dell' Opera di Livio, pubblicata in sei volumi (il sesto contiene le Historiae di Polibio) nel 1522. Pettas, no. 182e; OCLC, 13842670. .
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto
2017-04-24 07:43:55
Dr. Wilhelm Heeß(Bearb.)
Carl Hinstorff Verlag Seestadt Rostock o. J. - Teil 1: Allgemeine und geschichtliche Bibliographienen(Landeskunde, Volkskunde, Geschichte, Vor- und Frühgeschichte, Bevölkerungsgeschichte, Politische Geschichte, Geschichte des Fürstenhauses, Einzelne Männer, Einzelne Zeiträume, Rechts- und Staatsleben, .), Teil 2: Ortsgeschichte, Familien- und Personengeschichte, Teil 3: Schlagwortschlüssel zur Orts- und Personalgeschichte, Alphabetisches Register, Nachträge und Berichtigungen, Rotes Leinen(nachgebunden), etwas nachgedunkelt, am Rücken und an den Ecken mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren, 1522 + 278 Seiten, Band 2 mit Besitzervermerk auf Vorsatzblatt, Titelblatt und Folgeblatt lose, gutes Exemplar 4426 g [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Christian Wulff
2017-04-16 18:58:39
MEDICI Guido de
1522. Una lettera in italiana datata 22 ottobre 1524, 2pp. vergate e 1 bianca, la IV con indirizzo. Le ultime venti righe dello scritto sono autografe e firmate. Ambedue le lettere sono dirette allo zio del Beccuto a Firenze. Guido De Medici, discendente da Aberardo, ramo che dal 1629 darà origine ai Marchesi Della Castellino, fu cameriere segreto di Leone X, Castellano di Sant'Angelo al tempo del sacco di Roma, vescovo di Venosa (1527), arcivescovo di Chieti. Morì nel 1527.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
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