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2017-05-01 00:58:10
Peter APIAN (1495-1552) . Holzschnitt und Typendruck (leicht gebräunt und fleckig, Manuskript im Rand unten, ansonsten gut erhalten), Blattmaße: 21 x 16 cm.
- Jahr : Aus Cosmographicus liber (Fol. 4v), erstm. publ. Landshut 1524. Das vorliegende Blatt stammt aus dem Cosmographicus liber des deutschen Renaissance-Gelehrten Peter Apian (1495-1552), bei dem es sich um eine umfassende Anleitung zu den Bereichen Astronomie, Kartographie, Geographie, Navigation und Instrumentenherstellung handelt. Die ganzseitige, schöne Holzschnitt-Illustration einer Armillarsphäre befindet sich im ersten Kapitel des Traktats („Prima pars huius libri di Cosmographiae et Geographiae principiis [ ]"), in dem Apian die beiden Wissenschaftsgebiete der Geographie und Kosmographie vorstellt und voneinander abgegrenzt. Eine Armillarsphäre (lat. armilla „Armreif", sphaera „Kugel"), auch Weltmaschine genannt, ist ein astronomisches Gerät und dient der Darstellung der Bewegung von Himmelskörpern, das vorrangig ab der Mitte des 15. Jahrhunderts in Europa Verbreitung fand. Eine Armillarsphäre besteht aus mehreren gegeneinander drehbaren Metallringen, die insgesamt die Form einer Kugel bilden. Dieses Gebilde ist in der Regel in einem Gestell montiert, in dessen Mitte - gemäß des damals herrschenden geozentrischen Weltbildes - sich eine Erdkugel befindet. Nach der Einführung des Teleskops in die Astronomie durch Galileo Galilei zu Beginn des 17. Jahrhunderts trat die Armillarsphäre als Beobachtungsinstrument immer mehr in den Hintergrund, da sie aufgrund ihrer Bauweise nur schlecht mit einem Teleskop bestückt werden konnte. In den folgenden Jahrhunderten wurde die Armillarsphäre daher vorrangig zu einem Gegenstand künstlerischer Darstellung und zum … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor
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2017-04-27 10:27:29
In der Platte bezeichnet. Mit Wappen und der Nr. 49 in der Platte. Auf feinem Bütten mit Wasserzeichen. 12,7 x 9,4 cm. Papier 13,3 x 9,7 cm. Gelehrtenportraits als Hüftbild im Halbprofil des Matthäus Flek (latinisiert \"Flaccus\") 1524 Zwickau - 1592 Berlin. Flek war der erste besoldete Stadtphysikus von Berlin. 1566 schrieb er, auf Bitten von Bürgermeister Thomas Matthias, eine dem Rat zu Berlin und Kölln gewidmete Arbeit: „Erinnerung, was die Obrigkeit zur Pestzeit bestellen soll“, gedruckt bei Hans Lufft in Wittenberg. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Portrait, Portät, Berlin, Arzt, 16. Jahrhundert, Pest,
Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs
2017-03-17 15:30:26
Cuiacius, Jacobus (Cujas)
36 x 24,5 c, 12 Bll., 1524 Sp., 37 Bll., 415 Sp., 5 Bll. - Mit gest. Pörträt (auf dem Titel)
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Brigitte Schulz
2017-03-08 16:51:01
CELSUS, Aurelius Cornelius
Venice: Luc' Antonio Giunta, 1524. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 10 March 1524. Folio (320 x 212 mm). [4], 44 (of 45) leaves (lacking fol. 15). Without final blank. Signatures: +4 a-e8 (-b7) f6 (-f6). Colophon: "Venetiis mandato & impe[n]sis Domini Luce Antonii Junta...M.D.XXIIII. Die. X martii" Decorative woodcut initials throughout, large woodcut device on colophon. 18th century calf (hinges repaired, boards and extremities worn). Text with light dampstaining throughout, title and preliminaries a bit soiled and browned, otherweise only little browned, small hole not touching text in title-leaf, a few ink annotations in contemporary hand. The missing leaf 15 was torn off from binding with portion left at gutter. Provenance: Hugh Selbourne (small ink stamp to verso title-page); Robert Ramsay (inscription to front pastedown). ---- Norman 427; NLM/Durling 907; not in Adams or Wellcome. FIRST GIUNTA EDITION, very rare. Celsus' De medicina, written c. 30 C.E., is the oldest Western medical document after the Hippocratic writings, the earliest major medical treatise written in Latin to survive, and the first of the treatises on medicine from the ancient world to be published in English. Prior to this edition of Celsus, fragments of Hippocrates, such as the Hippocratic Oath, were translated into English, but virtually all of Hippocrates, Galen and other classical writers on medicine and surgery waited until the nineteenth or twentieth century to be translated. Celsus remains the most important source of present-day knowledge of medicine in the Roman empire. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2017-03-07 19:31:48
JUSTINUS, FLORUS, SEXTUS RUFFUS
(Paris), Jo. Badius Ascensius (Josse Bade), 1524 décembre. ____ Bonne édition, la seule donnée par Josse Bade, de ces historiens de l'Antiquité, qui étaient fort lus au Moyen-Age et à la Renaissance. Titre dans un encadrement gravé avec la belle marque de Josse Bade N°2, montrant des imprimeurs au travail. Belles initiales criblées en tête de chapitre. Epître dédicatoire de Josse Bade à Ludovicus Allegrinus. Le texte de Florus est précédé d'une épître de Philippe Béroalde à Petrus Rubeus. Page de titre salie, avec des notes à la plume dans les marges. Nombreuses marginaliae de l'époque et du XVIIIe siècle. Le verso du dernier feuillet, qui est blanc, a été doublé. Charnière supérieure fendue. Renouard, Biblio. de Badius II, 533. Not in Adams. *****. In-folio. [408 x 290 mm] Collation : (12), 84 ff. Veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure du XVIIIe.).
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude
2017-03-04 12:55:04
HOMER
Venice: Heirs of Aldus the Elder, 1524. 3rd Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. [Works in Greek] Ilias and Ulyssea. Batrachomyomachia. Hymni XXXII, 2 volumes. Venice: Heirs of Aldus the Elder, April 1524. 8vo (162x100 mm), [1-8] 9, 20-26, [1-40], [1-2] 3-277 [1]; [1], 2-251 [1] leaves; signatures (1-7)8 (A-Z)8 (AA-LL)8 MM6; (a-z)8 (A-H)8 I4; titles in Greek and Latin, Aldine device on titles and verso of the final leaf in each volume. Late 18th century red morocco gilt, spines with 5 raised bands (spines slightly faded), cut edges gilt, internally very fresh with only a little very light foxing / browning to first and final few leaves and few mm of light brown staining to fore-margin of a few leaves, old faded inscription to first title page. An exceptionally fine copy with ample margins, free of stamps or markings. ----Ahmanson-Murphy, Aldine Coll. 197/1; Renouard, Annales de l'imprimerie des Alde, 98:1; Fock, Bibliotheca Aldina, 44; Adams H745; Brunet III, p. 269-70; Graesse III, 326; Fletcher, H.G. New Aldine studies, p. 47-49. - Third Aldine edition, printed in Greek throughout except for the two letters in Latin from Aldus Manucius to Girolamo Aleandro, which were reprinted from the first Aldine edition. The text is based on the 1517 edition, with additional typographic errors. The first volume contains the Iliad and Herodotus' Life of Homer, and the second comprises the Odyssey and Homeric Hymns. Near Fine.
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books
2017-02-03 10:03:05
(HOMER)
(Venetiis [Venice]: In Aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani Soceri, 1524). Third Aldine edition. Two volumes. 8vo. 277 (1); 251, (1), (56) ff. Nineteenth century full vellum to style, spines with gilt lettering and gilt rules, patterned endpapers. Publisher's anchor device to the verso of the both works and recto of the first leaf of the second work. A few minor marks to the vellum, the colophon to volume II with a single track of worming, a very good set overall. The set was evidently made up in the 19th century, the volumes being very slightly different heights in their uniform bindings. Furthermore, the final 56 leaf section bound in at the rear of the second volume, comprising the Hymni and usually found at the front of the first volume, has been supplied from a copy of one of the previous Aldine editions of 1504 or 1517. Similarly 10-14 ff. in the Iliad have also been supplied from another copy of one of these earlier Aldine editions. In both cases the leaves are slightly shorter and the edges have been treated differently, the larger section speckled in red and the other slightly tinted. The printing is nonetheless of a piece with the rest of the work and it is textually complete.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop
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2016-12-15 11:59:10
Hafner, Gotthard Hrsg.]
5 Bll., 1524 Spalten, mit gest. Frontispiz, 2 Textholzschnitten, Textfig. u. graph. Darstellungen, 8, Gepr. Lederband d. Zt. mit Rückenschild u. fünf Bünden Volkmann-Tummers S.84 (mit 2 Kupfern) Zischka S.260 Graesse 117 (2. Aufl. 1764) Rosenthal 3007 (2. Aufl. 1764) Ackermann I/609 (3. Aufl. 1784). - Spätere Ausgaben wurden von Johann Christian Wiegleb (1732-1800) hrsg. u. erweitert. - Behandelt wird u.a.: Alchemie Alp, Alraun oder Galgen-Männlein Bewegung, immerwährende oder Perpetuum mobile Bezauberung Cabala Chiromantie Druiden Geister Hexen Necromantie Palingenesie Quadrat, ein magisches zu machen Schmazen der Todten Waffensalbe Zauberlaterne. - Einband etwas fleckig, berieben u. leicht bestossen Vorsatz mit kl. Besitzervermerk hinterer Vorsatz u. letztes Textblatt mit kl. Randläsuren durchgehend etwas braunfleckig es fehlen wie bei den meisten Vergleichsexpl. 2 Taf., die offensichtlich nicht allen Drucken beigebunden wurden (auch die Bibliografien machen dazu keine Angaben anscheinend existieren von dieser EA versch. Druckvarianten, da das KVK auch etliche Expl. ohne Taf. u. mit falscher Spaltennummerierung am Schluss des Buches nennt: "1648 [recte 1522] Sp.", desweiteren auch "1524 [recte 1542]"), sonst ein gutes Expl.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange
2016-12-07 14:31:51
FLAVIO Giuseppe.
Apud Io. Frobenium, Basileae 1524 - Testo latino. Cm.32,1x21,5. Pg.(60), 907, (4). Legatura probabilmente settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida con leggera abrasione alla cerniera al capitello inferiore. Tassello in pelle con titoli e fregi in oro al dorso. Tagli in bleu. Fogli di guardia marmorizzati. Impresa tipografica incisa in legno al frontespizio, ripetuta a piena pagina al verso della penultima carta. Capilettera xilografici, alcuni forse realizzati da Holbein. Limitati lavori di tarlo, che non inficiano minimamente la fruibilità del testo, ubicati al margine superiore interno nella prima parte del volume, ed al margine inferiore nella seconda parte. Alcuni antichi interventi ad inchiostro, ormai alquanto sbiadito, che interessano il nome dello stampatore, al frontespizio e alla seconda carta, e il recto della carta Eee7, ove è contenuto il testo dei Maccabei rivisto da Erasmo da Rotterdam. Sottolineature e glosse, anch'esse alquanto datate. Esemplare a buoni margini. Prima edizione dell'opera di Josephus Flavius per i torchi di Johann Froben, che venti anni dopo, nel 1544, avrebbe stampato, dello stesso autore, l'"editio princeps" in greco delle "Antichità giudaiche". La traduzione latina è a cura dello storico Tirannio Rufino, o Rufino d'Aquileia (Concordia Sagittaria, 345 circa ? 411), celebre traduttore di Origene. > Adams, I, J-356; Fürst, II, 120; Hoffmann, II, 449. 3050 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [Italy]
2016-12-03 18:55:44
FLAVIO Giuseppe.
Apud Io. Frobenium, 1524. Testo latino. Cm.32,1x21,5. Pg.(60), 907, (4). Legatura probabilmente settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida con leggera abrasione alla cerniera al capitello inferiore. Tassello in pelle con titoli e fregi in oro al dorso. Tagli in bleu. Fogli di guardia marmorizzati. Impresa tipografica incisa in legno al frontespizio, ripetuta a piena pagina al verso della penultima carta. Capilettera xilografici, alcuni forse realizzati da Holbein. Limitati lavori di tarlo, che non inficiano minimamente la fruibilità del testo, ubicati al margine superiore interno nella prima parte del volume, ed al margine inferiore nella seconda parte. Alcuni antichi interventi ad inchiostro, ormai alquanto sbiadito, che interessano il nome dello stampatore, al frontespizio e alla seconda carta, e il recto della carta Eee7, ove è contenuto il testo dei Maccabei rivisto da Erasmo da Rotterdam. Sottolineature e glosse, anch'esse alquanto datate. Esemplare a buoni margini. Prima edizione dell'opera di Josephus Flavius per i torchi di Johann Froben, che venti anni dopo, nel 1544, avrebbe stampato, dello stesso autore, l'"editio princeps" in greco delle "Antichità giudaiche". La traduzione latina è a cura dello storico Tirannio Rufino, o Rufino d'Aquileia (Concordia Sagittaria, 345 circa - 411), celebre traduttore di Origene. > Adams, I, J-356; Fürst, II, 120; Hoffmann, II, 449. Codice libreria 128977.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2016-11-10 21:49:59
GREIFFENBERGER, Hans.
- O.O. u. Dr. (Augsburg, M. Ramminger), 1524. 4to. 6 Bl. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre. Rückenfalz. Einer von zwei Drucken im Jahr der Erstausgabe; wie alle Schriften dieses evangelischen Laienchristen selten. - Will/Nopitsch I, 571; Kuczynski 939; VD 16 G 3155. - Ränder etwas gebräunt u. stockfleckig. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip
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2016-11-09 21:47:41
STÖR, THOMAS).
- O.O., Dr. u. J. (Nürnberg, H. Hergot, 1524?). 4to. 10 Bl. (das letzte weiß). Mit großem, fast ganzseitigen Titelholzschnitt. Moderner Umschlag. Evangelisch laienchristliche Schrift gegen den Zölibat. Die Gabe der Keuschheit sei ungemein selten, Ehestand und Sexualität dagegen von Gott gewollt. Wer sich dem verschließe "und sich der Eheweiber enthelt, der muß gewißlich mit andern geschlechten der unkeüschait befleckt werden". Laut Vorrede Erstlingsschrift Thomas Störs, der abgesehen von zwei weiteren im selben Jahr veröffentlichten Schriften völlig unbekannt geblieben ist. Die vorliegende Ausgabe ist wohl ein Nachdruck der Erfurter Ausgabe von 1524. Der Nürnberger Hans Hergot druckte vor allem volkstümliche reformatorische Kleinschriften, häufig Nachdrucke, weshalb Luther ihn auch verklagte. Bekannt wurde Hergot im Zusammenhang mit den sozialradikalen Strömungen der Zeit. Er hatte Kontakt zu Thomas Münzer. Anfang 1527 nach der Niederlage der Bauern ließ er in Sachsen die sozialutopische Schrift 'Von der neuen Wandlung eines christlichen Lebens' vertreiben und war wohl auch selbst damit agitierend unterwegs. Ob er auch der Verfasser war, ist unklar. Jedenfalls wurde er verhaftet und am 20. Mai 1527 als Haupt einer revolutionären Verschwörung hingerichtet (vgl. NDB 8, 612). - Der Titelholzschnitt zeigt die eheliche Zusammenführung von Adam und Eva durch Gottvater ("Seyt fruchtbar und meret euch ."). Das Motiv ist dasselbe, die Darstellung aber wesentlich kunstvoller als im Erfurter Druck. - Hayn/Got. VII, 445 f: Beide Drucke "ungemein selten" (der bei Hayn/G. aufgeführte dri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip
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2016-11-01 21:01:23
(Merlin, Jacques [ed.]).
1524. Folio (265 x 380 mm). 2 pts. in 1 vol. (30), LXXXVI, CCLVII, (1) ff. (10), CCXXXIII ff., last bl. f. With repeated wide woodcut title border, publisher's device on recto of final f. of pt. 1, and hundreds of woodcut initials. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards on 4 double bands. Ms. spine title. 1 clasp. This splendid publication unites the "summam octo Conciliorum Generalium Grecorum, & Latinorum, cum plerique actis synodalis. Adiunctis plurimis pontificum sanctionibus, ut copiose annotatum iam tenes in exordio totus operis" (colophone). Edited by the Paris theologian Jacques Merlin (cf. Jöcher III, 466). - Clean, virtually unbrowned copy with slight waterstain near upper edge throughout. Former chained binding; the small hole for fastening the chain is visible at the upper edge of the back cover; slight traces of rust on final flyleaf. Binding slightly stained and rubbed, small tear to top spine-end. Very rare; OCLC lists only two holding libraries (Harvard and Oxford). OCLC 64938286. CLC C-1885. Not in IA, BM-STC French, Adams, or Panzer.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-28 08:29:18
Diogenes Laertius.
1524. 4to. (20), 391, (1) pp. With woodcut printer's device on last f. and several woodcut initials. Contemp. vellum with faded ms. title to spine. Rare Latin edition of the famous work. The Greek editio princeps was not to be published until 1533 (Froben). The translation is based upon that of the Camaldolese priest Ambrosius Traversari (1386-1439) and had been already printed in 1472; the present edition (edited by Curio and Michael Bentinus) is the first of the 16th c. and the first one to be printed in the German-speaking countries. "In Valentin Curios Planung seiner noch jungen Offizin, zudem aber vor allem erstmals in textlicher Revision und Ergänzung nach einer griechischen Handschrift" (Hieronymus). - Some waterstaining to the margins throughout, unattractive defects and small wormhole to edges near end (occasionally touching the printed marginalia). Several contemp. ms. marginalia and underlinings. VD 16, D 1837. Adams D 486. BM-STC German 244. Hieronymus, GG 92. Schweiger I, 97. Hoffmann I, 568.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-20 12:02:30
Plinius Secundus, Gaius (Pliny the Elder).
1524. Folio. (16), 311, (60) ff. Title-page and sub-title to index with ornamental woodcut border. Woodcut initials, head and tail pieces. Calf, gold-tooled ribbed spine with title-label. Sprinkled edges. First edition of the "Natural history" edited by Johannes Caesarius (1468-1550), a humanist and close friend of Erasmus. The original text was by Gaius Plinius Secundus (AD 23 - August 25, AD 79), better known as Pliny the Elder. He was a Roman author, naturalist, and natural philosopher, as well as naval and army commander of the early Roman Empire, and personal friend of the emperor Vespasian. The text in the present edition is decorated with woodcut borders and many woodcut initials. - The "Naturalis Historia" is one of the largest single works to have survived from the Roman empire to the modern day and purports to cover the entire field of ancient knowledge, based on the best authorities available to Pliny. He claims to be the only Roman ever to have undertaken such a work. It comprised 37 books in 10 volumes and covered over 20,000 facts on topics including the fields of botany, zoology, astronomy , geology and mineralogy as well as the exploitation of those resources. It remains a standard work for the Roman period and the advances in technology and understanding of natural phenomena at the time. Some technical advances he discusses are the only sources for those inventions, such as hushing in mining technology or the use of water mills for crushing or grinding corn. Much of what he wrote about has been confirmed by archaeology. ''We know from Pliny that there were … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-19 08:56:49
[Biblia hebraica - VT - Proverbia Salomonis]. Münster, Sebastian.
1524. 8vo. (132) ff. With 2 different woodcut devices. (Bound with) II: [Melekhet ha-dikduk]. Institutiones grammaticae in Hebraeam linguam [...]. (144) ff. With severalk musical notes and two woodcut devices. Modern vellum, in custom-made cloth case. I: Second edition of Münster's "Proverbs", previously published in 1520, together with his first own work ever, an introduction to Hebrew grammar. Numerous contemp. Hebrew and Latin marginalia. - II: Only edition of Münster's second publication, a foundation stone of modern Hebrew studies. Includes (fol. r1 ff.) the co-called Jonas polyglot in Hebrew, Chaldaic, Greek, and Latin, with other matter. Contemp. ownership obliterated from t. p.; lower corner defective (remargined professionally; losses supplied in pencil). Numerous contemp. marginalia, mostly in Latin. Both works are very rare; the former has not been seen at auctions since 1950. I: VD 16, B 3564. Burmeister 137. Hantzsch 234.2-4. Adams B 1536. Steinschneider (Bodl.) 11.51. Panzer VI, 244, 540. Vinograd Mem 1256. OCLC 71515193. Not in BM-STC. - II: VD 16, M 6685. Burmeister 2. Hantzsch 220.2. Adams M 1931. BM-STC German 633. Steinschneider (Hdb.) 1374. Panzer VI, 245, 541. Wolfheim I, 865. Graesse IV, 623. OCLC 22612604.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-18 16:20:21
Vives, Juan Luis.
1524. 4to (140 x 195 mm). (96) ff, numbered in an early hand (omitting f. 77). Elaborate woodcut border on title-page, featuring elephant and cherubim, and with several large woodcut initials in text. Bound in early limp vellum with manuscript title on spine; edges stained red. 17th century portrait of Vives added to inner cover. Lengthy, exegetical early annotations to the first book 'De Instituenda Virgine' along with readership markings. A very good copy from the Harrach Library (Austria/Madrid), with 19th century stamp on title. Very rare first edition of "the first systematic study to address explicitly and exclusively the universal education of women", commissioned by Henry VIII's wife, Catherine of Aragon, who was at the time rearing her own daughter, Mary Tudor. Translated and adapted by numerous followers, Vives' treatise would go on to be read in almost every European vernacular, often by women themselves. The first edition, however, is rare in census and in commerce - and contains passages, particularly on chastity and intellectual capacity, which were entirely re-written in later incarnations. A fundamental document for the role of women in Early Modern society - and particularly in Early Modern England - this copy is especially remarkable for its state of preservation. An early reader of Vives has here added his own comments to the chapters on the seclusion of maidens and examples of feminine virtue. - "De Institutione Foeminae Christianae" consists of 3 books, one for each stage of woman's life: maidenhood, marriage, and widowhood. In his preface to Queen Cath … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-07 22:08:00
VALLE, Battista della
(G. de Gregoriis), 1524. Seconda rarissima edizione (la prima, introvabile, apparve a Napoli nel 1521 in una stesura più breve) di quest'opera sull'assedio e la difesa con macchine belliche. In 8°, c.nn. 8, numerate 71, segue l'ultima, bianca. Frontespizio inquadrato in una bellissima cornice incisa da Eustachio Celebrino da Udine, capilettera in bianca su nero, 10 illustrazioni xilografiche a piena pagina e 11 più piccole nel testo, varie illustrazioni di manovre. Bell'esemplare, con qualche macchia leggera, più che altro ai margini. Legatura in pergamena rigida settecentesca, con titolo in oro su tassello di colore. (Riccardi, II, 375 cita edizioni successive).
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marisa Meroni
2016-09-26 12:40:12
FAUSTINO PIETRO SAUL
Arimini. Typis Hieronymi Soncini. (Circa 1524). Cm. 15x10; carte (59) manca l'ultima bianca. Legatura in piena pergamena settecentesca con unghie, tassello al dorso con titoli in oro, frontespizio in rosso e nero inquadrato entro ampia cornice con figure antropomorfe, capilettera figurati. Lieve e marginale alone d'umido ad alcune carte, traccia di sporco all'ultima pagina. 565 / P
Bookseller: Galleria La Stampa Antica
2016-09-20 05:25:57
ERASME (Didier) ou Desiderius Erasmus, NAUSEA (Friedrich)
4 textes reliés en un volume in-8, plein veau fauve de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs orné de petits fers aldins répétés entre-nerfs, palette en tête et pied, plats garnis d'un triple filet à froid d'encadrement et d'un fer spécial doré au centre. Remarquable exemplaire constitué à lépoque des premières éditions parisiennes dErasme, publiées dans les dernières années de sa vie par limprimeur et libraire humaniste Chrétien Wechel, accompagnées de l'une des premières biographies dErasme par lun de ses disciples: Friedrich Nausea.1- Deuxième édition parisienne, donnée quelques mois après la première, composée sur la seconde édition de Bâle, revue et augmentée, contenant la même épître dédicatoire de l'auteur à Christophe von Utenheim. Dans ce sermon qui s'inscrit dans la polémique qui lopposait à Luther, Erasme affronte son rationalisme chrétien au mysticisme biblique de Luther. Il se prononce sur la question fondamentale de la grâce et s'élève contre la doctrine qui restreint à un petit nombre d'élus le bienfait de celle-ci. (Renouard-Moreau, IV, n° 983. Vander Haeghen, I, p. 72).2- Première édition parisienne du Liberaliter instituendis augmentée du De ratione instituendi, importants traités pédagogiques, "une étape dans lhistoire de léducation". (Renouard-Moreau, V, 144. Vander Haeghen, I, p. 164).3- Première édition parisienne du 'Catalogus lucubrationum', extraits de la lettre d'Erasme à Johan Botzheim du 30 Janvier 1524 accompagnés dune sélection d'épitaphes. (Adams, E.692. Renouard-Moreau, V, n°495. Van der Haeghen, I, 119). Seulement 3 exemplaires recensés à WorldCat.4- Prem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Hatchuel, Livres anciens et ra
2016-09-19 14:48:29
PLINY the Elder (Gaius Plinius Secundus) [A.D. 24-79]
Eucharius Cervicornus, Cologne, 1524. Ff. 16 p.l., 311 numb. leaves, [60] index. Signatures: Aa-Bb8, a-z8, A-Q8 [Q8 blank], 2a-c6, 2d-g4, 2h-i6, 2k-l4, m6. Elaborate woodcut title signed AW in top panel, large woodcut chapter initials and headpieces, separate title for index, with ornamental border. Contemporary German binding of polished calf over bevelled wooden boards, lately rebacked with spine tooled in blind between double raised bands. Sides panelled in blind with ornamental roll-tooled borders, front cover with the name "Plinius" stamped in an upper compartment, and the words "Nichil Miserius quam Animus sibe Male Concius" in the central panel, rear cover with the words "In Nocte Consilium" in the central panel; brass corners and edges, and remnants only of catches and clasps. General wear to extremities, hairline cracks in leather on front cover, lower brass corner on rear cover lacking, with some loss to wooden board. Early ink inscription on lower margin of title in neat German script, noticeable (1" long) worm track to initial 18 leaves, including title, with minor loss of image and type, sporadic marginal worming throughout, not generally affecting the type, except in later gatherings, modern bookplate on pastedown. Despite blemishes, a remarkably fresh clean copy, in a worn though still handsome early binding. The first edition of Pliny's "Natural History" by the humanist scholar and friend of Erasmus, Johannes Caesarius (1468-1550). It follows the text of Beroaldus (Parma, 1476), with numerous corrections. Printed in 1524 for Eucharius Cervicornus, first in a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Contact Editions, ABAC, ILAB [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2016-09-15 16:02:04
Cortés, Hernando]: [Martyr, Peter]:
[Nuremberg: Fridericus Peypus], 1524. [4],49,12 leaves. Lacks the map, supplied in expert facsimile, and blank leaf H8. Folio. 18th-century three-quarter vellum and marbled boards, gilt leather label. Bookplate of John Carter Brown on front pastedown, with deaccession stamp. Minor soiling in the text, else very good. The first Latin edition of Cortés' second letter, after its original publication in Seville in 1522. The work was translated by Petrus Savorgnanus. This copy bears the portrait of Pope Clement VII on the verso of the fourth preliminary leaf, which is not found with all copies. Cortés' second letter, dated Oct. 30, 1520, provides a vivid account of the people he encountered and fought en route to Tenochtitlan, painting a picture of an impressive empire centered around a great city. He relates his scrape with rival Velazquez and gives a wonderful description of the buildings, institutions, and court at Tenochtitlan. It is here that Cortés provides a definitive name for the country, calling it "New Spain of the Ocean Sea." This letter is also important for making reference to Cortés' "lost" first letter, supposedly composed at Vera Cruz on July 10, 1520. Whether that letter was actually lost or suppressed by the Council of the Indies is unknown, but there is little doubt it once existed. The text is the first major announcement to the world of the discovery of major civilizations in the New World, and as such is a work of surpassing importance. As usual, the second letter is here bound with Peter Martyr's DE REBUS, ET INSULIS NOVITER REPERTIS..., which pro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-09-15 16:02:04
Cortés, Hernando]: [Martyr, Peter]:
[Nuremberg: Fridericus Peypus], 1524. [4],49,12 leaves. Lacks the map, supplied in expert facsimile, and blank leaf H8. Folio. 18th-century three-quarter vellum and marbled boards, gilt leather label. Bookplate of John Carter Brown on front pastedown, with deaccession stamp. Minor soiling in the text, else very good. The first Latin edition of Cortés' second letter, after its original publication in Seville in 1522. The work was translated by Petrus Savorgnanus. This copy bears the portrait of Pope Clement VII on the verso of the fourth preliminary leaf, which is not found with all copies. Cortés' second letter, dated Oct. 30, 1520, provides a vivid account of the people he encountered and fought en route to Tenochtitlan, painting a picture of an impressive empire centered around a great city. He relates his scrape with rival Velazquez and gives a wonderful description of the buildings, institutions, and court at Tenochtitlan. It is here that Cortés provides a definitive name for the country, calling it "New Spain of the Ocean Sea." This letter is also important for making reference to Cortés' "lost" first letter, supposedly composed at Vera Cruz on July 10, 1520. Whether that letter was actually lost or suppressed by the Council of the Indies is unknown, but there is little doubt it once existed. The text is the first major announcement to the world of the discovery of major civilizations in the New World, and as such is a work of surpassing importance. As usual, the second letter is here bound with Peter Martyr's DE REBUS, ET INSULIS NOVITER REPERTIS..., which pro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-09-15 16:02:04
Cortés, Hernando]: [Martyr, Peter]:
[Nuremberg: Fridericus Peypus], 1524. - [4],49,12 leaves. Lacks the map, supplied in expert facsimile, and blank leaf H8. Folio. 18th-century three-quarter vellum and marbled boards, gilt leather label. Bookplate of John Carter Brown on front pastedown, with deaccession stamp. Minor soiling in the text, else very good. The first Latin edition of Cortés' second letter, after its original publication in Seville in 1522. The work was translated by Petrus Savorgnanus. This copy bears the portrait of Pope Clement VII on the verso of the fourth preliminary leaf, which is not found with all copies. Cortés' second letter, dated Oct. 30, 1520, provides a vivid account of the people he encountered and fought en route to Tenochtitlan, painting a picture of an impressive empire centered around a great city. He relates his scrape with rival Velazquez and gives a wonderful description of the buildings, institutions, and court at Tenochtitlan. It is here that Cortés provides a definitive name for the country, calling it "New Spain of the Ocean Sea." This letter is also important for making reference to Cortés' "lost" first letter, supposedly composed at Vera Cruz on July 10, 1520. Whether that letter was actually lost or suppressed by the Council of the Indies is unknown, but there is little doubt it once existed. The text is the first major announcement to the world of the discovery of major civilizations in the New World, and as such is a work of surpassing importance. As usual, the second letter is here bound with Peter Martyr's DE REBUS, ET INSULIS NOVITER REPERTIS., which provides an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
2016-09-15 16:02:04
[Cortés, Hernando]: [Martyr, Peter]
[Nuremberg: Fridericus Peypus], 1524. [4],49,12 leaves. Lacks the map, supplied in expert facsimile, and blank leaf H8. Folio. 18th-century three-quarter vellum and marbled boards, gilt leather label. Bookplate of John Carter Brown on front pastedown, with deaccession stamp. Minor soiling in the text, else very good. The first Latin edition of Cortés' second letter, after its original publication in Seville in 1522. The work was translated by Petrus Savorgnanus. This copy bears the portrait of Pope Clement VII on the verso of the fourth preliminary leaf, which is not found with all copies. Cortés' second letter, dated Oct. 30, 1520, provides a vivid account of the people he encountered and fought en route to Tenochtitlan, painting a picture of an impressive empire centered around a great city. He relates his scrape with rival Velazquez and gives a wonderful description of the buildings, institutions, and court at Tenochtitlan. It is here that Cortés provides a definitive name for the country, calling it "New Spain of the Ocean Sea." This letter is also important for making reference to Cortés' "lost" first letter, supposedly composed at Vera Cruz on July 10, 1520. Whether that letter was actually lost or suppressed by the Council of the Indies is unknown, but there is little doubt it once existed. The text is the first major announcement to the world of the discovery of major civilizations in the New World, and as such is a work of surpassing importance. As usual, the second letter is here bound with Peter Martyr's DE REBUS, ET INSULIS NOVITER REPERTIS..., which pro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [U.S.A.]
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2016-09-15 16:02:04
Cortés, Hernando]: [Martyr, Peter]:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-09-15 16:02:04
Cortés, Hernando]: [Martyr, Peter]:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-09-15 16:02:04
[Cortés, Hernando]: [Martyr, Peter]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [U.S.A.]
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2016-09-02 22:25:09
BOCCACCIO GIOVANNI
II: Bernardino de Vitale, II: 1524. In 8° (mm 165x100); I: cc. num. 72; II: carte n.n. 116; segnatura a8, b8, - o8, p4 - q4; al colophon triangolo in silografia. Testo corsivo, capotesta con riquadri vuoti per i capolettera miniati. Solida pergamena semirigida antica, leggermente posteriore, dorso a quattro nervi e titolo manoscritto a inchiostro bruno. La prima opera è detta anche "Il Corbaccio", etimologia che sembra derivare dallo spagnolo Corbacho o dal francese Courbache, e sta a significare sferza contro le donne o riferirsi a un uccello nero (un corvo) simbolo dell'amore che rende folli; l'opera è scritta in volgare, seguendo lo schema delle rime petrose negli anni della maturità di Boccaccio, come sostiene il filologo Giorgio Padoan, nel 1365. Apre l'opera la lettera "Al gentile et valoroso giovane messer Francesco Tomacello da Fano, Lucio Paolo Rosello", sacerdote padovano, segue "Invettiva contra una malvagia donna. Detto Laberinto d'amore, et altrimenti il Corbaccio", con capolettera inciso in legno entro vignetta. Il carattere è di ispirazione manuziana e tutta l'impostazione imita il costume umanistico nelle aggiunte di dediche e testi introduttivi al lettore (il tipografo Alessandro Paganino, fu un riconosciuto imitatore di Aldo). La Fiammetta è scritta in prosa dall'autore verso il 1343 - 1344; si tratta di un monologo - confessione di una donna napoletana, che racconta la sua vicenda amorosa alle altre donne, per suscitarne compassione e potersi consolare delle proprie pene; questo tema erge l'opera a novella psicologica, in lingua moderna. Edizione molt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2016-08-29 23:59:19
Emser, Hieronymus.
[Strassburg, Johann Grüninger], (1524). 8°. 22 nn. Bll., Mod. marmor. Ppbd. Eine von vermutlich drei Ausgaben im Jahr der Erstausgabe; die erste war auf Emsers Privatpresse in Dresden gedruckt worden. - Berühmte Streitschrift Emsers (1478-1527) über die Messe, welche in einem fingierten Dialog zwischen Emser und Luther abgefasst wurde. Schon nach der Leipziger Disputation von 1519 entwickelte sich Emser zu einem der profiliertesten Gegner Luthers. - Etw. fleckig u. ganz vereinzelt min. wasserrandig. Wenige Bll. m. kl. Randläsuren. Wenige kl. Wurmspuren. - VD16, E 1123; IA 160.199; vgl. BM STC, German Books 267 (Ausgabe Köln, 1532); nicht bei Kuczynski bzw. Adams. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Emser, Missae Christianorum contra Lutheranam missandi formula[m] assertio, Reformation, Gegenreformation, Luther
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2016-08-24 23:12:04
CELSUS, Aurelius Cornelius
Venice: Luc' Antonio Giunta, 1524. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 10 March 1524. Folio (320 x 212 mm). [4], 44 (of 45) leaves (lacking fol. 15). Without final blank. Signatures: +4 a-e8 (-b7) f6 (-f6). Colophon: "Venetiis mandato & impe[n]sis Domini Luce Antonii Junta...M.D.XXIIII. Die. X martii" Decorative woodcut initials throughout, large woodcut device on colophon. 18th century calf (hinges repaired, boards and extremities worn). Text with light dampstaining throughout, title and preliminaries a bit soiled and browned, otherweise only little browned, small hole not touching text in title-leaf, a few ink annotations in contemporary hand. The missing leaf 15 was torn off from binding with portion left at gutter. Provenance: Hugh Selbourne (small ink stamp to verso title-page); Robert Ramsay (inscription to front pastedown). ---- Norman 427; NLM/Durling 907; not in Adams or Wellcome. FIRST GIUNTA EDITION, very rare. Celsus' De medicina, written c. 30 C.E., is the oldest Western medical document after the Hippocratic writings, the earliest major medical treatise written in Latin to survive, and the first of the treatises on medicine from the ancient world to be published in English. Prior to this edition of Celsus, fragments of Hippocrates, such as the Hippocratic Oath, were translated into English, but virtually all of Hippocrates, Galen and other classical writers on medicine and surgery waited until the nineteenth or twentieth century to be translated. Celsus remains the most important source of present-day knowledge of medicine in the Roman empire. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2016-08-21 15:52:28
VITRUVIO M.L.Pollione
Sabio, 1524. in - folio, ff. (22), 110, leg. posteriore p.pergamena rigida. Titolo impresso in rosso e nero entro larga bordura silografica a fogliame, numerosi capilettera istoriati. Corredato di 136 figure silografate a mezza pagina. Le illustrazioni, alcune schematiche di architettura, altre assai belle con personaggi e macchinari, sono nitidamente inchiostrate e impresse. Seconda edizione in italiano, che segue per il testo quella fondamentale del Cesariano del 1521, riordinata da Francesco Lutio Durantino, e per le illustrazioni quella latina del 1511. Bell'esemplare (lievissimi aloni e ingialliture), di bella e rara edizione figurata del fondamentale trattato di architettura di Vitruvio.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
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