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2019-12-24 19:42:07
Rocca, Bartolommeo dell, called Cocles: - Tricasso, Patricio
Colophon: Impresse in Venetia ... per Helisabetta De Rusconi ... 1525, 8, 239 leaves (Sign.A-Z, Aa-Gg), with woodcuts, Halfparchment 19th. century. First Italian Edition of this famous and early book on Chiromancy with interesting woodcuts, chiromantic figures and diagrams, present here in a fine and fresh copy with wide margins! Title in red within woodcut border, white on black woodcut diagrams of hands in text initials. Colophon: " Qua terminano le Dillucidatione dil Tricasso da Carasari Mantuano. Al illutrißimo signore S. Federico Gonzaga Marchese Mant. Impreße in Ventia regnante lo inclito Principe Andrea Gritti. Per Helisbetta de Rusconi. Nel anno del signore 1525. Adi primo del mese Aprile. "Many of his disciples asked Cocles which was the truer, physiognomy or chiromancy. His reply was that both were equally reliable, but that chiromancy had more fixed roots, since the lines of the hand remain the same from birth, while the physiognomy may alter. Many things may be learned from physiognomy which chiromancy does not reveal and vice versa. But chiromancy is a subdivision of physiognomy. Codes further distinguished between physionomia mctkaphorica and physionomia confusa, the latter being that which we know in part and are in part ignorant of and which is worked out gradually in practice with great labor." Ferguson V, pp.50-68 Bartolomeo della Rocca, also known as Cocles (1467-1504) was a scholar of chiromancy, physiognomy, astrology, and geomancy who lived in Bologna, Italy during the rule of the House of Bentivoglio from 1323 to 1506. In the months whic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MedicusBooks.Com [Germany]
2019-12-18 23:34:41
Saint John Chrysostom
Basel: 1525. Shipment will always and only traceable. We make a single shipment for more items purchased. Shipping worldwide. The pictures below are an important part of the description. Therefore the pictures must be viewed carefully. We accept payment with -B-a-n-k-T-r-a-n-s-f-e-r- At the discretion of europe buyers or holding a paypal account in Euro: if buyers have an Euro account, we prefer to receive payment through paypal in Euro. Due to of the continuous change of Dollar and Euro, for the payment we will see and we will take valid the final price (in Euro) when the auction will be terminated. Per gli acquirenti italiani: se il pagamento sarà effettuato tramite bonifico bancario la spedizione sarà gratuita. Please make bid only if you are truly interested to buy. Thanks and good auction! TITLE: Omnia opera diui Ioannis Chrysostomi, archiepiscopi Constantinopolitani, quae ad hunc vsque diem in lucem aedita sunt : in septem tomos divisa, cum suis indicibus ... Basileae : Apud Andream Cratandrum. An. M. D. XXV [1525] Complete. 7 parts in 2 vol. Tome 1: [38], 208 leaves -- Tome 2: 122 leaves -- Tome 3: 169, [1] leaves -- Tome 4: 146 leaves -- Tome 5: 181, [1] leaves -- Tome 6: 291, [1] leaves -- Tome 7: 175, [23] leaves. 2 vol. in folio (25,5 x 35 cm). Contemporary german pigskin bindings on wooden boards (with lacks of wood at the corners, at the edges and small signs of woodworm). Original clasps present. Provenance: Handwritten ex-libris of a Capuchin monastery and annulment stamps for the Nîmes library on the title pages. Some stamps present on a few leaves. Internal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: the.lord.of.the.books [Abbiate Guazzone, IT]
2019-12-17 00:53:49
DÜRER ALBRECHT-FRIES LAURENT
1525. Silografia, mm 270x260, colorata. Celeberrima fascinosa tavola ad opera del grande pittore Dürer, noto anche per le sue collaborazioni editoriali ad inizio Cinquecento: raffigura i venti con i loro nomi classici mentre soffiano su una sfera armillare. La tavola è tratta dall'edizione del 1525, a cura di Laurent Fries, della "Geografia" di Tolomeo, basata sulla rivoluzionaria edizione di Strasburgo del 1513 di Martin Walseemüller, che è considerata la prima edizione moderna della "Geografia". Le tavole in questa edizione hanno un formato ridotto in confronto all'originale. Ottimo stato di conservazione, pur con una mancanza ad un angolo ed una traccia di tarlo in basso. (Meder 262)Woodcut, mm 270x260, colored. Famous subject by Albrecht Dürer featuring the classicla winds blowing towards an armillary sphere. The woodcut is from the 1525 edition of Ptolemy's geography, curated by Laurent Fries, after the first modern edition of 1513 by Martin Waldseemüller. Good condition with a lack in top corner and a wormtrack at bottom in margin.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [Italy]
2019-12-06 21:27:27
RHEINPFALZ:
1525, 26,5 x 43 Hellwig/Reiniger/Stopp, Nr. 2. Westorientierte Karte mit dem Titel über der Karte im Kopfleistenband. Zweite Ausgabe (von 4) der erstmals 1522 bei J. Grüninger in Straßburg verwendeten Fries-Karte. Es ist ein Nachschnitt der ersten Pfalz-Karte von Waldseemüller aus dem Jahr 1513 in etwas verkleinertem Format. Rückseitig links Karte südorientierte Karte von Lothringen bzw. rechts Text in ornament. Bordüre. - Die Karte zeigt den Oberrhein zwischen Basel und Bingen. Bugeinriss und kleine Löchlein an beiden Enden restauriert; Rückentext tlw. leicht durchscheinend.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
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2019-11-25 13:54:26
ARRIGHI, MARCELLO, Christoforo
Rome, Apud Ludovicum Vincentinum et Lautitium Perusinum, 1525. ______ Format : In-4. Collation : (32) ff., [A-D8]. Reliure : Cartonnage du XIXe. ____ Très belle impression de Ludovico Vicentino degli Arrighi et Perugino en caractères italiques, dessinés par Arrighi d'après l'écriture de chancellerie (littera cancellaresca) et gravés par Perugino. Ludovico Vicentino degli Arrighi (1475-1527) était un scribe papal. Son expérience de la calligraphie l'a conduit à rédiger en 1522 une brochure sur l'écriture manuscrite, intitulée "La Operina da imparare di scrivere littera cancellaresca", qui était le premier livre consacré à l'écriture en italiques appelée écriture de chancellerie. Il est devenu imprimeur en 1524 et créa ses propres polices italiques. Ces caractères élégants ont inspiré les caractères italiques français par la suite. très petit trou de vers dans la marge, une mouillure dans la marge intérieure, taches sur le dernier feuillet. Le texte est un commentaire de Christopho Marcello, évêque de Corfou, sur le psaume XIII. *-------* Very fine printing by Ludovico Vicentino degli Arrighi and Perugino in italic typeface design based on chancery cursive (littera cancellaresca), designed by Arrighi and cut by Perugino. Ludovico Vicentino degli Arrighi (1475-1527) was a papal scribe. His experience in calligraphy led him to create an influential pamphlet on handwriting in 1522 called 'La Operina da Imparare di Scrivere Littera Cancellaresca', which was the first book devoted to writing the italic script known as chancery cursive. He turned to printing in 1524 and designed hi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2019-11-25 05:51:31
ARRIGHI, MARCELLO, Christoforo
Rome, Apud Ludovicum Vincentinum et Lautitium Perusinum, 1525. ______ Format : In-4. Collation : (32) ff., [A-D8]. Reliure : Cartonnage du XIXe. ____ Très belle impression de Ludovico Vicentino degli Arrighi et Perugino en caractères italiques, dessinés par Arrighi d'après l'écriture de chancellerie (littera cancellaresca) et gravés par Perugino. Ludovico Vicentino degli Arrighi (1475-1527) était un scribe papal. Son expérience de la calligraphie l'a conduit à rédiger en 1522 une brochure sur l'écriture manuscrite, intitulée "La Operina da imparare di scrivere littera cancellaresca", qui était le premier livre consacré à l'écriture en italiques appelée écriture de chancellerie. Il est devenu imprimeur en 1524 et créa ses propres polices italiques. Ces caractères élégants ont inspiré les caractères italiques français par la suite. très petit trou de vers dans la marge, une mouillure dans la marge intérieure, taches sur le dernier feuillet. Le texte est un commentaire de Christopho Marcello, évêque de Corfou, sur le psaume XIII. *-------* Very fine printing by Ludovico Vicentino degli Arrighi and Perugino in italic typeface design based on chancery cursive (littera cancellaresca), designed by Arrighi and cut by Perugino. Ludovico Vicentino degli Arrighi (1475-1527) was a papal scribe. His experience in calligraphy led him to create an influential pamphlet on handwriting in 1522 called 'La Operina da Imparare di Scrivere Littera Cancellaresca', which was the first book devoted to writing the italic script known as chancery cursive. He turned to printing in 1524 and designed hi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2019-11-21 14:53:12
Middle East - Laurent Fries/Johannes Grüninger after Claudius Ptolomeus, 1535
1525. RARE MAP OF THE MIDDLE EAST ?Tabula IIII Asiae.? Woodcut made by Laurent Fries and Johannes Grüninger in 1525 for "Geographia" by Claudius Ptolomeus, published in 1535. Verso: Latin text and a key to important locations marked on the map. Size: 32,0 x 45,5 cm. This rare and early map depicts the region between the Mediterranean Sea and the Persian Gulf, covering Cyprus, Palestine, Holy Land, Mesopotamia, Babylonia, Arabia Petraea, Armenia Minor, Assyria [Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq] and is based on the work of Claudius Ptolemy. Laurent Fries (c.1490 - c.1531) was a physician, astrologer and geographer born in Alsace (nowadays France). After studying medicine and spending time at several European universities, he settled in Strasbourg in 1519, where he met publisher and printer Johann Grüninger. With Grüninger, he worked on a new edition of Claudius Ptolemeus? "Geographia", which was published in 1522 and 1525 and included woodcut maps reduced from an earlier work "Geographie Opus Novissima" by Martin Waldseemüller. Fries eventually had to move out of Strasbourg which marked the end of his cartographic career. He would continue to write on medicine, astrology and religion until his death in c.1531. The subsequent 1535 (and 1541) editions of Fries' "Geographia" were published posthumously. Johann Grüninger (c.1455 - c.1532) was a Swabish printer and publisher based in Strasbourg and was known to be one of the most prolific printers of the time. He was associated with the Saint Dié group of scholars formed by, amongst others, cartographer Martin Waldseemüller. After … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat Mefferdt & De Jonge [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2019-11-02 10:17:06
Cyprianus, Thascius Caecilius und Desiderius Erasmus.
Basel, Froben, 1525. 3 v. [12] Bl., 507 S., [14] Bl. VD16 C 6512; vgl. Ebert 5582. Dritter Abdruck der Ausgabe von 1520. Die erste vollständige Ausgabe der Werke von Cyprinaus erfolgt durch Erasmus, der hier jedoch der kirchlichen Zensur zum Opfer viel. Seine Name wurde auf dem Titelblatt und den Kapitelüberschriften geschwärzt, bzw überklebt und Teile des Vorwortes gar komplett ausgebunden. Zeitgenössischer Besitzeintrag von des Theologen Paulino Turcho, Luca, Thomaskommentator aus der Zeit des Erscheinens. Mit den prächtigen Holzschnitt Druckermarken von Froben auf dem Titelbatt und Kolophon, sowie sehr zahlreichen Initialen (nach Holbein?) im Text. Vorsätze erneuert, ersten beiden Blätter an den Rändern teilweise hinterlegt. la Gewicht in Gramm: 2500 Folio, Pappband mit neuerem Buntpapierbezug und Rückenschild. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Münster, NRW, Germany]
2019-10-29 15:51:20
1525. ORIGINALE KARTE DER TÜRKEI "TABVLA MODER. ASIAE MINORIS" EINE DER FRÜHESTEN KARTEN DER TÜRKEI ANNO 1525 LORENZ FRIES - AFTER WALDSEEMÜLLER AFTER PTOLEMAEUS IN SEHR GUTEM ZUSTAND KOLORIERTE KARTE DER TÜRKEI - TABVLA ASIAE MINORIS, FRIES, GRÜNINGER 1525 AUS DEM ATLAS GEOGRAPHIA VON CLAUDIUS PTOLOMÄUS ______________________________________________________________________ TITEL TABVLA MODER. ASIAE MINORIS Türkei mit Teilen von Armenien, Srien und Zypern KARTOGRAPH Lorenz Fries (1490-1532) nach Martin Waldseemüller (um 1472-1520) nach Claudius Ptolomäus (100-180) DRUCK / VERLAG Johannes Grüninger, Straßburg, 1525 KARTOGRAPHISCHE BEDEUTUNG Eine der frühesten Landkarten der Türkei mit Teilen von Armenien, Griechenland und Syrien von Lorenz Fries nach Martin Waldseemüller. Diese kolorierte Karte stammt aus der Straßburg Ausgabe der Geographia des Ptolemäus von 1525 mit den überarbeiteten Texten von Wilibald Pirkheimer aus den Notizen von Johannes Regiomontanus. Der rückseitige lateinische Titel ist von ornamentalen Holzschnitten flankiert, deren Autorschaft bei Hans Holbein dem Jüngeren und Urs Graf vermutet wird. Das wohl neuere Kolorit im Stile der Zeit. Die Karte ist erstmals im ersten modernen Atlas von Martin Waldseemüller erschienen. Der Atlas mit dem Titel „Geographie opus Novissima Traductione e Grecorum Archetypis" wurde von Johann Schott in Straßburg im Jahre 1513 gedruckt und enthält neben den traditionellen 27 ptolemäischen Karten, basierend auf der Ulmer Ausgabe von 1482, auch 20 detaillierte Regionalkarten, weshalb der Atlas auch als eine der bedeutendsten Ptole … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-10-27 03:09:12
Southern or Central Germany, c. 1515-1525. SIXTEENTH CENTURY NOTED BREVIARY WITH TEXTS FOR THE MASS AND COSMETIC RECIPES. In Latin and German, illuminated manuscript on paper, with musical notation, Southern or Central Germany, c. 1515-1525. Dimensions 200 x 140 mm., 114 folios, apparently complete, watermarks, written in black and red inks in textualis and cursive bookhands on 16 lines for text pages, for music 5 staves of four lines ruled in brown ink with hufnagelschrift notation, 2- to 5-line initials, two 3-line foliate initials, one 4-line foliate initial, one large foliate initial in pink on blue ground, in-filled in burnished gold. BINDING: CONTEMPORARY BINDING of pigskin over wooden boards, blind tooled, two brass clasps and catches. TEXT: An intriguing witness to the religious life in Germany during the early decades of the Reformation. This handsome manuscript features distinctive German musical notation known as Hufnagel ("horseshoe nail"). Alongside the Latin liturgical texts are texts for the Mass and recipes for make-up in German, opening the possibility of female ownership. PROVENANCE: The evidence of the language, script, style of the illumination, and watermark evidence support an origin in Southern or Central Germany, c. 1515-1325. Short sale catalogue entries in English and German pasted to the verso of the first front flyleaf. In 1884, the manuscript was offered to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY) by Joseph William Drexel (1833-1888) of Philadelphia; Drexel's donation was confirmed after his death in 1889. CONDITION: minor stains and smudging, minor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures (ABAA & ILAB) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2019-09-07 07:56:36
PTOLEMY Claudius.; FRIES Laurent
Double-page woodcut map, 387 x 477 mm; with Latin text, set within elaborate woodcut borders, printed on the verso. Light damp-staining to margins, otherwise very good. [Strasbourg: Johann Koberger],
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-09-05 00:05:47
PTOLEMY Claudius.; FRIES Laurent
[1525]. Double-page woodcut map, 387 x 477 mm; with Latin text, set within elaborate woodcut borders, printed on the verso. Light damp-staining to margins, otherwise very good. [Strasbourg: Johann Koberger], Claudius Ptolemy, often considered the ?Father of Geography?, was a Greco-Egyptian scholar working in Alexandria, Egypt, circa 150 A.D. His most lasting monument was the Geographia, a summation of the geographical knowledge of the world as it was known in his time, possibly illustrated with maps, but certainly incorporating the technical data necessary to create them. With the fall of the Western Roman Empire, the text was lost to western scholars until about 1406 when the scholar Jacobo d'Angelo prepared a Latin translation of a Greek manuscript. The rediscovery prompted great excitement; numerous manuscript copies were made, many of them containing maps from Ptolemy's calculations. Later, with the invention of printing - particularly printing from engraved plates - Ptolemy's text, and the accompanying maps, formed the basis of the earliest printed atlases. This woodcut map was prepared by Laurent Fries for his small folio edition of the Geographia, which he first published in 1522; on a smaller format than previous versions, it might be considered the first 'popular' edition of the Geographia; even so, only a limited number of people would have been able to afford the book. This map first appeared in the 1522 edition. The present example is the second printing of this attractive map of the Arabian Peninsula. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-08-28 21:26:46
Giorgi Francesco <1460-1540>
In ædibus Bernardini de Vitalibus chalcographi, 1525 mense Septemb. (Codice AN/2803) In folio (25 cm) 338+136 carte. Edizione originale. Cfr. Brunet, II/1543; Graesse III/55; Olschki, 11940: "La première est la meilleure édition de ce livre curieux..."; Bibliotheca Magica, 534. Testo in latino, con citazioni in ebraico. Nitida edizione in bella veste tipografica, ornata con numerosi capilettera xilografici figurati, alcuni diagrammi, la figura di un uomo inscritto nel cerchio. Esemplare scompleto, con evidenti segni d'uso e del tempo, interessante per le numerose antiche noticine marginali sparse, manine e segnetti, qualche passo parzialmente censurato. Titolo riquadrato, con note e firme. Volume con evidenti segni del tempo e tracce d'uso, margini bianchi rifilati, le ultime carte con fioriture, danneggiate da umidità. Mancano sei carte (84,85,86,87 e 282,287). Volume slegato, dorso sciolto, antichi restauri marginali, in buona parte scollati. Legatura piena pergamena molle antica, titolo manoscritto, integra, ma staccata dal volume. Euro 970.00 ~~~ SPEDIZIONE IN ITALIA SEMPRE TRACCIATA
Bookseller: Bergoglio Libri d'Epoca [Italy]
2019-08-28 14:30:46
Giorgi Francesco
In ædibus Bernardini de Vitalibus chalcographi, 1525 mense Septemb., Venetiis. (Codice AN/2803) In folio (25 cm) 338+136 carte. Edizione originale. Cfr. Brunet, II/1543; Graesse III/55; Olschki, 11940: "La première est la meilleure édition de ce livre curieux "; Bibliotheca Magica, 534. Testo in latino, con citazioni in ebraico. Nitida edizione in bella veste tipografica, ornata con numerosi capilettera xilografici figurati, alcuni diagrammi, la figura di un uomo inscritto nel cerchio. Esemplare scompleto, con evidenti segni d'uso e del tempo, interessante per le numerose antiche noticine marginali sparse, manine e segnetti, qualche passo parzialmente censurato. Titolo riquadrato, con note e firme. Volume con evidenti segni del tempo e tracce d'uso, margini bianchi rifilati, le ultime carte con fioriture, danneggiate da umidità. Mancano sei carte (84,85,86,87 e 282,287). Volume slegato, dorso sciolto, antichi restauri marginali, in buona parte scollati. Legatura piena pergamena molle antica, titolo manoscritto, integra, ma staccata dal volume. Euro 970.00 All books are in stock in fine conditions or described meticulously. Very safe packaging [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Bergoglio Libri d'Epoca [RIVALBA, TO, Italy]
2019-08-24 10:55:38
Cousturier, Pierre
Paris: Pierre Vidoue, for Jean Petit, 28 February, 1525. Folio, [4], CI, [1] leaves; collating A4 a-r6; title within an elaborate architectural border incorporating the royal arms and the arms of the city of Paris, and with Petit's publisher's device (Renouard 891) prominent and central; 25 six- and mostly seven-line metalcut criblé ornamental initials; 18th-century full mottled calf; extremities rubbed, joints starting but the binding is sound; engraved armorial bookplate of Charles Long, Hurts Hall. A late 18th or early 19th century 17-line explication on the front flyleaf with the ownership signature of "W. Blair 1820." First edition of an attack on Erasmus's new version of the New Testament, by Pierre Coustruier (Petrus Sutor, 1475-1537), a Sorbonne theologian and Carthusian monk who rejected in principle all new versions and translations of the Bible, calling Erasmus a "little rhetorician" who was meddling incompetently in theological affairs. Erasmus replied to Cousturier's present attacks with his Apologia adversus debacchationes Petri Sutoris (August 1525), and complained about him in some 60 different letters written between 1525 and 1531; during this period the two antagonists also exchanged a series of further pamphlets on the subjects. Adams S-2126; see Contemporaries of Erasmus I, 352.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [US]
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2019-08-23 18:54:01
Cousturier, Pierre
Pierre Vidoue, for Jean Petit, 28 February, Paris, 1525. Folio, [4], CI, [1] leaves; collating A4 a-r6; title within an elaborate architectural border incorporating the royal arms and the arms of the city of Paris, and with Petit's publisher's device (Renouard 891) prominent and central; 25 six- and mostly seven-line metalcut criblé ornamental initials; 18th-century full mottled calf; extremities rubbed, joints starting but the binding is sound; engraved armorial bookplate of Charles Long, Hurts Hall. A late 18th or early 19th century 17-line explication on the front flyleaf with the ownership signature of "W. Blair 1820." First edition of an attack on Erasmus's new version of the New Testament, by Pierre Coustruier (Petrus Sutor, 1475-1537), a Sorbonne theologian and Carthusian monk who rejected in principle all new versions and translations of the Bible, calling Erasmus a "little rhetorician" who was meddling incompetently in theological affairs. Erasmus replied to Cousturier's present attacks with his Apologia adversus debacchationes Petri Sutoris (August 1525), and complained about him in some 60 different letters written between 1525 and 1531; during this period the two antagonists also exchanged a series of further pamphlets on the subjects. Adams S-2126; see Contemporaries of Erasmus I, 352. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2019-08-23 12:44:21
Cousturier, Pierre
Paris: Pierre Vidoue, for Jean Petit, 28 February, 1525. Folio, [4], CI, [1] leaves; collating A4 a-r6; title within an elaborate architectural border incorporating the royal arms and the arms of the city of Paris, and with Petit's publisher's device (Renouard 891) prominent and central; 25 six- and mostly seven-line metalcut criblé ornamental initials; 18th-century full mottled calf; extremities rubbed, joints starting but the binding is sound; engraved armorial bookplate of Charles Long, Hurts Hall. A late 18th or early 19th century 17-line explication on the front flyleaf with the ownership signature of "W. Blair 1820." First edition of an attack on Erasmus's new version of the New Testament, by Pierre Coustruier (Petrus Sutor, 1475-1537), a Sorbonne theologian and Carthusian monk who rejected in principle all new versions and translations of the Bible, calling Erasmus a "little rhetorician" who was meddling incompetently in theological affairs. Erasmus replied to Cousturier's present attacks with his Apologia adversus debacchationes Petri Sutoris (August 1525), and complained about him in some 60 different letters written between 1525 and 1531; during this period the two antagonists also exchanged a series of further pamphlets on the subjects. Adams S-2126; see Contemporaries of Erasmus I, 352.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
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2019-07-30 16:58:45
WÄLDSEEMÜLLER, Martin.
1525. Vienne: Michael Servetus, 1541. Coloured woodcut, printed area 285 x 430mm. A very fine example on heavy paper. One of the earliest obtainable maps to show the New World, this example being the fourth and last issue of the Fries reduction of Wäldseemüller's famous map, which is the first printed atlas map devoted to the Americas and said to have been compiled with the assistance of Columbus himself. It shows the eastern coasts of America and the western coast of Europe & Africa 55º North to 35º South, with a rudimentary 'Florida', Cuba, Hispaniola and Jamaica. In his version Fries added a Spanish flag over Cuba and a vignette scene in South America depicting cannibals and an opossum, both reported by Vespucci. It was Wäldseemüller's world map of 1507 that first used the name 'America', placing in southern South America, after Vespucci, who explored that region and proved it was not part of Asia. When the name began to be used for the entire landmass Wäldseemüller used this map to emphasise Columbus's importance: a Latin text above 'Terra Nova' reads 'This land and the adjacent islands were discovered by Christopher Columbus on the mandate of the King of Castile'. This map was originally intended not for an edition of Ptolemy but for a new 'Chronica mundi' being written by Wäldseemüller: his death c.1520 caused the project to be shelved, so the woodcuts were used to publish a smaller sized and so cheaper edition of the 'Geography'. The title, as above, is on the reverse within a plain border. BURDEN: 4.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2019-07-26 12:12:30
Albrecht DURER (Norimberga 1471 - 1528)
Xilografia, 1525, datata in lastra in basso. Magnifica prova, particolarmente contrastata, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "scudo sormontato da corona", completa della linea marginale , piccolo restauro all'angolo superiore destro, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Assolutamente controversa la catalogazione di questa importante opera; attribuita dal Bartsch ad Albrecht Durer, quindi dal Pauli ad Hans Sebald Beham, recentemente Zurwesten la inserisce di nuovo nell'opera del Durer, considerandola come il più importante lavoro del maestro nel campo degli ex-libris. Gli esperti oggi concordano sul fatto che il Durer stesso disegnò questo lavoro, poi intagliato da Hieronymus Andreae Resch, come dimostrato dal monogramma posto vicino alla data "R A 1525" (Resch anno 1525). Nell'Europa del nord del primo Rinascimento un considerevole gruppo di artisti si dedicò alla realizzazione degli ex-libris, molto richiesti da personaggi importanti per identificare il possesso di libri ed oggetti d'arte. Dal 1490 sono riscontrati diversi esempi di lavori del genere, nella scuola di Norimberga ed in particolare dei Piccoli Maestri; la loro qualità estetica ebbe un notevole sviluppo con il passare degli anni, aumentando nel numero degli ornamenti e nella finezza dell'intaglio. Hector Pomer era un prelato della chiesa di San Lorenzo in Norimberga, per questo l' ex-libris raffigura San Lorenzo, nella classica iconografia con la graticola e la palma del martirio. Fantastico esemplare. The arms of Hector Pömer; an escutcheon with the Pömer arms and the gridiron of St Laurence, with cr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-24 20:44:56
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
Bulino, 1525 circa, sulla tavoletta in basso a sinistra "BACCIUS/BRANDIN/INVEN", a sinistra della tavoletta la sigla dell'incisore MAF. Esemplare nel secondo stato finale. Da un soggetto di Baccio Bandinelli. La composizione deriva da uno degli affreschi che furono commissionati a Baccio Bandinelli da papa Clemente VII per le pareti laterali dell'altare di S. Lorenzo a Firenze, intorno al 1525. Bella impressione, ricca di toni e di contrasti, esemplare applicato su supporto cartaceo ottocentesco, pieghe di carta e strappi restaurati, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. L'incisione di Marcantonio Raimondi deriva dall'invenzione di Baccio Bandinelli che aveva ricevuto da papa Clemente VII l'incarico di affrescare il martirio dei Santi Cosma e Damiano e quello di San Lorenzo sulle pareti laterali della cappella del coro di San Lorenzo a Firenze. Sebbene l'affresco non venne mai realizzato, il pontefice fu così entusiata del disegno del Bandinelli che ne commissionò l'incisione al Raimondi, e nominò Baccio cavaliere di S. Pietro per il suo genio creativo. Il lavoro sull'incisione fu interrotto quando Marcantonio fu incarcerato per la sua suite lasciva "I Modi". Rilasciato grazie alla mediazione di Baccio, Raimondi completò l'intaglio con il disappunto di Bandinelli, che non fu soddisfatto anche per l'errata iscrizione del suo nome BRANDIN, ma il papa non accolse queste critiche e anzi, secondo il racconto di Vasari, ritenne che "l'incisione fosse più accurata del disegno". La scena di Bandinelli si basa sul racconto del Massacro secondo il vangelo di Matteo 2:16-18. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-19 14:12:16
GIONO Jean Le désastre de Pavie. 24 février 1525 Gallimard, Nrf, coll. "Trente journées qui ont fait la France", 1963. Fort in-8 reliure plein chagrin, dos à cinq nerfs, nom et titre dorés, tête dorée, couverture et dos conservés, 364 p. Edition originale. L'un des 52 exemplaires de tête sur Hollande, devant 260 pur fil. Exemplaire numéro 1. Album in-fine de 48 illustrations en noir et blanc. Tableau chronologique. Bibliographie. Table. Bel exemplaire. - Si vous faites le choix d'une livraison en Mondial Relay, prévoir 4/5 jours de délai d'expédition. Merci de nous préciser par e-mail le point de livraison souhaité.- Pour Belgique, le Luxembourg, l'Espagne, le Royaume-Uni, l'Allemagne, l'Autriche, le Portugal et l'Italie possibilité d'envoi via Mondial Relay avec livraison à domicile (choisir "autre livraison internationale standard"). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie L'Autre sommeil (withnailandco) [Bécherel, Bretagne, FR]
2019-07-12 15:11:38
Petrarca, Francesco
1525. Kl.-8, 8 Bl., 317 S., 3 Bl., einige figürliche Initialen, 6 Textholzschnitte im letzten Teil ., Perg. m Stehkante., Vorderer Deckel partiell erneuert, Einige Seiten mit Wurmfrass a. Steg, minimal fingerfleckig, einige Seiten eselohrig Die kommentierte Ausgabe des Canzoniere von Alessandro Vellutello ist die berühmteste und erfolgreichste des 16. Jahrhunderts. Sie ist 1525 zum ersten Mal erschienen. Die massgebliche Ausgabe ist aber die von Vellutello überarbeitete, die 1528 veröffentlicht wurde. Vielen Lesern war die Anordnung der Gedichte im Canzoniere nicht klar. In ihm sind die Gedichte über die Liebe zu Laura mit Gedichten anderen (politischen, kirchenkritischen) Inhalts vermischt. Vellutello hat den Canzoniere neu geordnet, so dass sich die Liebesgeschichte zwischen Petrarca und Laura - in vita (prima parteI) und in morte (seconda parte) - Schritt für Schritt verfolgen lässt. Die Gedichte, die mit diesen Ereignissen nicht in Verbindung stehen, hat er in einer Parte terza ,seines' Canzoniere zusammengestellt. Vellutello war davon überzeugt, dass es die Liebesgeschichte zwischen Petrarca und Laura wirklich gegeben hat. In der ausführlichen Einleitung stellte er dazu alle Informationen zusammen. (Petrarca-Ausstellung, Strauhof, Zürich, 2004). Alessandro Vellutello (1473 - nach 1550), wirkte ab 1515 in Venedig. 1544 publizierte er seinen berühmten Kommentar zu Dantes La Comedia.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2019-07-10 18:45:53
1525. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Homer. Odysseia. Batrachomyomachia, Hymnoi 32 (graece). Strassburg, Wolfgang Köpfel, 1525. 8°, circa 17,5 x 11 cm. 251 num. Bll., 5, 56 Bll., Druckermarke in figürlicher Titelbordüre (wohl von Hans Weiditz) und grosser Druckermarke auf Blatt I 8 Holzdeckelband d. Zt., um 1800 mit Papier bezogen. - VD 16 H 4692; Hoffmann II, 315; Schweiger I, 156; Adams H 746; Ritter 1190. Elegante frühe Strassburger Homerausgabe durchgehend nur griechisch und auch die Widmung an Melanchthon zu Beginn in griechischer Sprache. Separat erschien auch die Ilias, der vorliegende Band enthält die Odyssee und kleinere Homer zugeschriebene Texte sowie als separaten Anhang die Vita (Homerou bios). Dieses Exemplar teils reich annotiert von zwei verschiedenen frühen Händen (Varianten, Stichworte zum Inhalt, Querverweise, Kommentare etc.). - Wenig gebräunt, gering fleckig, meist sauber, Titel mit schmalem Abschnitt im unteren weissen Rand ohne Text- oder Bildverlust. Einband berieben, vorderes Gelenk leicht angeplatzt, aber solide. Schweinslederband mit abgeflachten Kanten später vollständig mit Buntpapier bezogen. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-07-09 17:35:41
EDWARD ARBER
LONDON: SELWOOD PRINTING WORKS, 1525. FIRST EDITION, VERY GOOD +, PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR FULL COLLATION AND CONDITION REPORT. PRESENTING FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION EXQUISITE GENUINE 147 YEAR OLD VERY RARE -FIRST EDITION- *REPRINT* OF WILLIAM TYNDALE'S *COLOGNE FRAGMENT* OF THE NEW TESTAMENT PRINTED IN 1871 BY THE SELWOOD PRINTING WORKS IN LONDON FOR EDWARD ARBER, A.K.C., F.R.G.S. FROM THE GRENVILLE COLLECTION OF BRITISH MUSEUM TAKEN BY PHOTO LITHOGRAPHY FROM TYNDALE'S 1525 FIRST ATTEMPT OF PRINTING THE NEW TESTAMENT- THE VERY FIRST TIME A PORTION OF THE SCRIPTURES WERE EVER PRINTED IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ! INCLUDES THE TEXT OF THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEW FROM 1:1 TO 22:12a PRINTED AT COLOGNE, GERMANY BEFORE TYNDALE WAS INTERRUPTED AND FORCED TO FLEE PERSECUTION TO WORMS, GERMANY. HE COMPLETED THE NEW TESTAMENT THERE IN OCTAVO A YEAR LATER IN 1526. QUARTO EDITION MEASURES 8 3/4" x 7" THIS EXAMPLE IS IN RARELY SEEN CONDITION ! VERY GOOD + TO NEAR FINE INTERNALLY CONFORMS TO: Herbert #1988 D & M #1248 William Tyndale c.1494-1536 "Let it not make thee despair, neither yet discourage thee, O reader, that it is forbidden thee in pain of life and goods, or that it is made breaking of the king's peace, or treason unto his highness, to read the Word of thy soul's health--for if God be on our side, what matter maketh it who be against us, be they bishops, cardinals, popes." William Tyndale could speak seven languages and was proficient in ancient Hebrew and Greek. He was a priest whose intellectual gifts and disciplined life could have taken him a long way in the church--had he not had one com … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ancient Words Ever True Rare Bibles (tassbunch) [Jefferson City, Tennessee, US]
2019-07-03 07:44:14
Plutarch
Venice, Nicolao di Aristotile detto Zoppino, 1525. Viele weitere alte Landkarten, Graphiken und antiquarische Bücher in unserem ebay-shop! Wir kaufen auch an! [The only known binding for Julius Caesar Scaliger, executed by the Putti Binder --] - Plutarch: La Seconda & ultima parte delle vite di Plutarcho di greco in latino in volgare novamente tradotte et historiate. Venice, Nicolao di Aristotile detto Zoppino 1525. 4to [219 x 159mm] CCXV, (16) ff. (without last blank) With woodcut title border, 1 woodcut-initial and 29 woodcuts. ------------------------------------------------ Contemporary brown morocco binding, line borders in gilt and blind, tooling in gold, gauffered edges gilt. The book's title Vite de Plutarcho is lettered on the upper part of the front cover. With the initials IOBP on both covers. Spine with three double bands, decorated with a gilt line, alternating with four single bands, decorated with short (formerly gilt) diagonals. A small floral tool in the compartments. - Lacks four pairs of ties, the headcaps are restored, leather has been partly rebuilt to squares, both pastedowns old renewed, spine underlaid. -------------------------------------------- Rare Italian edition of the second part of Plutarch's Vitae parallelae, translated by Julis Caesar Scaliger (1484-1558) under his baptismal name Giulio Bordone da Padova. The first part had already been published in 1518, translated by Battista Alessandro Jaconello. The present volume contains the biographies of Solon, Publicola, Alcibiades, Gaius Marcius Coriolanus, Pelopidas, Marcellus, Hannibal, Pericles … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antike Original-Graphik (antiquariat-voelkel) [Seubersdorf, DE]
2019-06-29 17:17:44
EDWARD ARBER
LONDON: SELWOOD PRINTING WORKS, 1525. FIRST EDITION, VERY GOOD +, PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR FULL COLLATION AND CONDITION REPORT. PRESENTING FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION EXQUISITE GENUINE 147 YEAR OLD VERY RARE -FIRST EDITION- *REPRINT* OF WILLIAM TYNDALE'S *COLOGNE FRAGMENT* OF THE NEW TESTAMENT PRINTED IN 1871 BY THE SELWOOD PRINTING WORKS IN LONDON FOR EDWARD ARBER, A.K.C., F.R.G.S. FROM THE GRENVILLE COLLECTION OF BRITISH MUSEUM TAKEN BY PHOTO LITHOGRAPHY FROM TYNDALE'S 1525 FIRST ATTEMPT OF PRINTING THE NEW TESTAMENT- THE VERY FIRST TIME A PORTION OF THE SCRIPTURES WERE EVER PRINTED IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ! INCLUDES THE TEXT OF THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEW FROM 1:1 TO 22:12a PRINTED AT COLOGNE, GERMANY BEFORE TYNDALE WAS INTERRUPTED AND FORCED TO FLEE PERSECUTION TO WORMS, GERMANY. HE COMPLETED THE NEW TESTAMENT THERE IN OCTAVO A YEAR LATER IN 1526. QUARTO EDITION MEASURES 8 3/4" x 7" THIS EXAMPLE IS IN RARELY SEEN CONDITION ! VERY GOOD + TO NEAR FINE INTERNALLY CONFORMS TO: Herbert #1988 D & M #1248 William Tyndale c.1494-1536 "Let it not make thee despair, neither yet discourage thee, O reader, that it is forbidden thee in pain of life and goods, or that it is made breaking of the king's peace, or treason unto his highness, to read the Word of thy soul's health--for if God be on our side, what matter maketh it who be against us, be they bishops, cardinals, popes." William Tyndale could speak seven languages and was proficient in ancient Hebrew and Greek. He was a priest whose intellectual gifts and disciplined life could have taken him a long way in the church--had he not had one com … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ancient Words Ever True Rare Bibles (tassbunch) [Jefferson City, Tennessee, US]
2019-06-22 08:52:37
William Tyndale
Bristol: Francis Fry. Facsimile. THE FIRST NEW TESTAMENT IN ENGLISH WILLIAM TYNDALE London, 1525-26 A Rare Signed Copy from Francis Fry Bristol, 1862 BIBLE, New Testament. The first New Testament printed in the English Language (1525 or 1526) translated from the Greek by William Tyndale reproduced in facsimile with an Introduction by Francis Fry. Bristol: for the editor, 1862. [Herbert #1936] Item Description: One of twenty-six large copies, the initials, headpieces and illustrations of this exquisite copy have been heightened, colored and gilded by hand. Hundreds of initials in blue, red and gold. Contemporary full Morocco in Cosway style, elaborate tooling in blind, spine in compartments with heavy gilt, signed binding from Robert Riveire (English master bookbinder of Hugenot descent). The earliest available representation of the first Tyndale New Testament. Historical Provenance: Fine facsimile of the unique copy of Tyndale's New Testament in Bristol Baptist College (now in the British Library). STC 2824; also of part of the earlier Cologne fragment of Tyndale's translation. Signed by Francis Fry, the nineteenth century bibliographer and perhaps the most renowned Bible collector in history. __________________________________ Rare Bibles specializes in early printed English Bibles, books, manuscripts, and objet d'art. Items listed on eBay are merely representative of our broader inventory. Please do not hesitate to enquire regarding other early printed books and manuscripts. In addition, we are currently offering one of the world's most significant collections of biblical … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rare Bibles (collector1611) [Munford, Alabama, US]
2019-06-15 06:36:12
1525. ORIGINALE KARTE KRIM - UKRAINE - RUSSLAND - POLEN "TABVLA VIII EVROPAE" EINE DER FRÜHESTEN KARTEN ANNO 1525 LORENZ FRIES - AFTER WALDSEEMÜLLER AFTER PTOLEMAEUS IN SEHR GUTEM ZUSTAND KOLORIERTE KARTE UKRAINE - RUSSLAND - POLEN - TABVLA VIII EVROPAE FRIES, GRÜNINGER - 1525 AUS DEM ATLAS GEOGRAPHIA VON CLAUDIUS PTOLOMÄUS ______________________________________________________________________ TITEL "TABVLA VIII EVROPAE Krim, Ukraine, Russland, Polen KARTOGRAPH Lorenz Fries (1490-1532) nach Martin Waldseemüller (um 1472-1520) nach Claudius Ptolomäus (100-180) DRUCK / VERLAG Johannes Grüninger, Straßburg, 1525 KARTOGRAPHISCHE BEDEUTUNG Eine der frühesten Landkarten des antiken Sarmatien, welches heute das Gebiet zwischen den Flüssen Weichsel im Westen und Wolga im Osten und zwischen Ostsee und Schwarzem Meer darstellt. Gestochen von Lorenz Fries nach Martin Waldseemüller. Diese kolorierte Karte stammt aus der Straßburg Ausgabe der Geographia des Ptolemäus von 1525 mit den überarbeiteten Texten von Wilibald Pirkheimer aus den Notizen von Johannes Regiomontanus. Der rückseitige lateinische Titel ist von ornamentalen Holzschnitten flankiert, deren Autorschaft bei Hans Holbein dem Jüngeren und Urs Graf vermutet wird. Das wohl neuere Kolorit im Stile der Zeit. Die Karte ist erstmals im ersten modernen Atlas von Martin Waldseemüller erschienen. Der Atlas mit dem Titel „Geographie opus Novissima Traductione e Grecorum Archetypis" wurde von Johann Schott in Straßburg im Jahre 1513 gedruckt und enthält neben den traditionellen 27 ptolemäischen Karten, basierend auf der Ulmer Ausgabe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-06-14 23:12:26
1525. ORIGINALE KARTE VON UNGARN - POLEN - WALACHEI "TABV MODERNA HUNGARIAE..." EINE DER FRÜHESTEN KARTEN ANNO 1525 LORENZ FRIES - AFTER WALDSEEMÜLLER AFTER PTOLEMAEUS IN SEHR GUTEM ZUSTAND KOLORIERTE KARTE VON UNGARN - POLEN - WALACHEI - TABV MODERNA HUNGARIAE FRIES, GRÜNINGER - 1525 AUS DEM ATLAS GEOGRAPHIA VON CLAUDIUS PTOLOMÄUS ______________________________________________________________________ TITEL "TABV MODERNA HUNGARIAE, POLONIAE, RUSSIAE, PRUSSIAE, ET VALACHIAE" Ungarn, Ukraine, Polen, Russland KARTOGRAPH Lorenz Fries (1490-1532) nach Martin Waldseemüller (um 1472-1520) nach Claudius Ptolomäus (100-180) DRUCK / VERLAG Johannes Grüninger, Straßburg, 1525 KARTOGRAPHISCHE BEDEUTUNG Eine der frühesten Landkarten des Gebietes der Länder Ungarn, Ukraine, Polen und Russland, gestochen von Lorenz Fries nach Martin Waldseemüller. Diese kolorierte Karte stammt aus der Straßburg Ausgabe der Geographia des Ptolemäus von 1525 mit den überarbeiteten Texten von Wilibald Pirkheimer aus den Notizen von Johannes Regiomontanus. Der rückseitige lateinische Titel ist von ornamentalen Holzschnitten flankiert, deren Autorschaft bei Hans Holbein dem Jüngeren und Urs Graf vermutet wird. Das wohl neuere Kolorit im Stile der Zeit. Die Karte ist erstmals im ersten modernen Atlas von Martin Waldseemüller erschienen. Der Atlas mit dem Titel „Geographie opus Novissima Traductione e Grecorum Archetypis" wurde von Johann Schott in Straßburg im Jahre 1513 gedruckt und enthält neben den traditionellen 27 ptolemäischen Karten, basierend auf der Ulmer Ausgabe von 1482, auch 20 detaillierte Regional … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-06-13 09:57:38
Luther. - (Fisher, John).
Köln. Petrus Quentel, 1525. 4°. - 21:15 cm. 12 Blätter, 552 (eigentlich 551) Seiten mit wiederholter Druckermarke auf dem Titel und am Schluß. Holzdeckelband der Zeit, Rücken mit blindgeprägtem Schweinslederbezug. - Titel stärker verschmutzt, mit altem hs. Besitzvermerk, unten gestempelt. Titelei etwas stärker wurmstichig. Im Text dann nur noch vereinzelt wenige Wurmlöcher (etwa 5-8), gegen Schluß abnehmend. Innen meist sauber. Frühe Ausgabe der scharfen Polemik gegen Luther. Der vorliegende Band vereint die gegen Luther gerichteten Schriften von John Fisher (Joannis Roffensis), Bischof von Rochester, und Heinrich VIII., die beide Luthers Anschauungen bekämpften;John Fisher (Johannes Roffensis; 1469-1535), Bischof von Rochester, gehörte als Parteigänger Heinrichs VIII. zu den ersten Gegnern Luthers und der Reformation im Ausland. Die 'Confutatio' enthält auch den vollständigen Text der 'Assertio omnium articulorum' Luthers. - Angebunden: Clicthove, Josse. Propugnaculu(m) Ecclesie. aduersus Lutheranos: per Judocum Clichtoueum Neoportuensem. Primus, ritum antiquum celebrandae missae. Köln, Petrus Quentel, 1526. 16 unnumer, 231 (= 229) numer. Blätter. - VD 16, C 4207. - Aus dem Jahr der Pariser Erstausgabe. Eine der kontroverstheologischen Hauptschriften des Lehrers an der Sorbonne. - Blatt 110 übersprungen, Blatt 175 doppelt gezählt (die Lagenzählung stimmt jedesmal). - Innen meist sauber, nur am äußersten weißen Rand mit schmalem braunem Wasserrand. Außerdem ganz vereinzelt minial wurmstichig (meist nur 1 bis 2 Wurmlöchlein), vom Blatt 215 an bis zum Schluß etwas stärker wur … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat C. Dorothea Müller [München, Germany]
2019-06-05 20:56:46
1525. ORIGINALE KARTE DER TÜRKEI "TABVLA MODER. ASIAE MINORIS" EINE DER FRÜHESTEN KARTEN DER TÜRKEI ANNO 1525 LORENZ FRIES - AFTER WALDSEEMÜLLER AFTER PTOLEMAEUS IN SEHR GUTEM ZUSTAND KOLORIERTE KARTE DER TÜRKEI - TABVLA ASIAE MINORIS, FRIES, GRÜNINGER 1525 AUS DEM ATLAS GEOGRAPHIA VON CLAUDIUS PTOLOMÄUS ______________________________________________________________________ TITEL TABVLA MODER. ASIAE MINORIS Türkei mit Teilen von Armenien, Srien und Zypern KARTOGRAPH Lorenz Fries (1490-1532) nach Martin Waldseemüller (um 1472-1520) nach Claudius Ptolomäus (100-180) DRUCK / VERLAG Johannes Grüninger, Straßburg, 1525 KARTOGRAPHISCHE BEDEUTUNG Eine der frühesten Landkarten der Türkei mit Teilen von Armenien, Griechenland und Syrien von Lorenz Fries nach Martin Waldseemüller. Diese kolorierte Karte stammt aus der Straßburg Ausgabe der Geographia des Ptolemäus von 1525 mit den überarbeiteten Texten von Wilibald Pirkheimer aus den Notizen von Johannes Regiomontanus. Der rückseitige lateinische Titel ist von ornamentalen Holzschnitten flankiert, deren Autorschaft bei Hans Holbein dem Jüngeren und Urs Graf vermutet wird. Das wohl neuere Kolorit im Stile der Zeit. Die Karte ist erstmals im ersten modernen Atlas von Martin Waldseemüller erschienen. Der Atlas mit dem Titel „Geographie opus Novissima Traductione e Grecorum Archetypis" wurde von Johann Schott in Straßburg im Jahre 1513 gedruckt und enthält neben den traditionellen 27 ptolemäischen Karten, basierend auf der Ulmer Ausgabe von 1482, auch 20 detaillierte Regionalkarten, weshalb der Atlas auch als eine der bedeutendsten Ptole … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-05-25 08:17:15
EDWARD ARBER
LONDON: SELWOOD PRINTING WORKS, 1525. When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. PRESENTING FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION EXQUISITE GENUINE 147 YEAR OLD VERY RARE -FIRST EDITION- *REPRINT* OF WILLIAM TYNDALE'S *COLOGNE FRAGMENT* OF THE NEW TESTAMENT PRINTED IN 1871 BY THE SELWOOD PRINTING WORKS IN LONDON FOR EDWARD ARBER, A.K.C., F.R.G.S. FROM THE GRENVILLE COLLECTION OF BRITISH MUSEUM TAKEN BY PHOTO LITHOGRAPHY FROM TYNDALE'S 1525 FIRST ATTEMPT OF PRINTING THE NEW TESTAMENT- THE VERY FIRST TIME A PORTION OF THE SCRIPTURES WERE EVER PRINTED IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ! INCLUDES THE TEXT OF THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEW FROM 1:1 TO 22:12a PRINTED AT COLOGNE, GERMANY BEFORE TYNDALE WAS INTERRUPTED AND FORCED TO FLEE PERSECUTION TO WORMS, GERMANY. HE COMPLETED THE NEW TESTAMENT THERE IN OCTAVO A YEAR LATER IN 1526. QUARTO EDITION MEASURES 8 3/4" x 7" THIS EXAMPLE IS IN RARELY SEEN CONDITION ! VERY GOOD + TO NEAR FINE INTERNALLY CONFORMS TO: Herbert #1988 D & M #1248 William Tyndale c.1494-1536 "Let it not make thee despair, neither yet discourage thee, O reader, that it is forbidden thee in pain of life and goods, or that it is made breaking of the king's peace, or treason unto his highness, to read the Word of thy soul's health--for if God be on our side, what matter maketh it who be against us, be they bishops, cardinals, popes." William Tyndale could speak seven languages and was proficient in ancient Hebrew and Greek. He was a priest whose intellectual gifts and disciplined life could have taken him a long way in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ancient Words Ever True Rare Bibles (tassbunch) [Jefferson City, Tennessee, US]
2019-05-17 22:54:57
Hippocrates
Rome: Franciscus Minitius Calvus, 1525. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. Later, but old, full speckled calf, worn at edges. Trimmed a little close at top edge, almost touching the running title in a few spots, dampstain to outer margin through last third of the volume, scattered minor foxing and staining, worming in right margin from 469-559 touching some of the gloss in a few spots. Generally quite clean otherwise. Lacking title, final colophon leaf and ppp1 , pages 722-23 (facsimile of the latter laid in). The editio princeps of the works of Hippocrates in Latin, a year before the first Greek edition by Aldine. DCCXXXIII pp. This in the state without the 1524 date on the final page. An enormously influential work, at the center of classical, renaissance and modern medicine. PMM 55 "He freed medicine from superstition and the influence of priestcraft and derived his sytem from the accumulated empirical knowledge of Egypt, Cnidos and Cos. The clinical descriptions of fevers, phthisis, puerperal convulsions, epilepsy and other disorders have remained classics and no such records were kept again for over a thousand years." Adams H-567, Norman 1076, Haskell F. Norman sale, 110. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Medicine & Health; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046852.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-05-15 11:12:18
Mechel, Chrétien de
1525. 4, I.: 14 S. (Text franz.), II, 14 Tafeln II.: Titelbl., 1 gestochenes Titelblatt, 12 Taf. III.: Titelbl., 1 gestochenes Titelblatt, 6 Tafeln (Soldaten), 7 Tafeln (Frauen), 2 doppelblattgrosse Aquatintaradierungen (der Prophet Samuel trifft Saul, Schlachtenszene aus dem Bauernkrieg von 1525) IV.: Titelblatt, 10 Tafeln, Künstlereinband: Leder goldgeprägt in Schuckschuber, Rücken min beschienen, min. fleckig Innen teilw. min. stockfleckig - insgesamt sehr schönes Exemplar. Meistereinband (gestempelt) von Thorvald Henningsen (1896-1977). Erste Ausgabe der ausgezeichneten Kupfer, in schönen Abzügen, mit der seltenen Totentanzfolge. - Tl. I: Le triomphe de la mort. Bezüglich der Ursprünge der Holzschnitte scheiden sich die Geister, schreibt Oppermann noch: "Mechel (1737-1817) geht nicht auf Hollar, d. h. auf Sylvius, sondern direkt auf die Original-Holzschnitte Holbeins zurück ... Diese Totentanzfolge ist äußerst selten und kommt kaum noch im Handel vor" so argumentiert der Ausstellungskat. der Herzog Anton Ullrich Bibl. (2000) ". - Die 14 Tafeln enthalten einen Titel, 45 Totentanzdarstellungen und 1 Abbildung der Holbein'schen Dolchscheide mit dem Totentanz sowie die 2 Tafeln Triumph der Armut und Triumph des Reichtums. - Tl. II: La passion de notre seigneur. - Mit 12 Kupfertafeln. - Tl. III: XII. costumes suisses, civiles et militaires hommes et femmes du seizieme siecle. - Mit 12 Tafeln in Sepiadruck. - Tl. IV: Portraits. - Die 6 Tafeln (st. 12) mit Porträts von J. Holbein, seiner Frau mit Kindern, J. Meier, seiner Frau A. Scheckenpürlin, Erasmus von Rotterdam, Bonifaci … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2019-05-05 04:12:02
Ulrich ZWINGLI
Tiguri (i.e. Zurich, Switzerland): 1525. Fair antiquarian condition. 3 leaves are missing at least in part. Last leaves are used but readable in full. Extreme are and important book by Ulrich Zwingli, a second (or first?) print ca.1525. PROTESTANTISME, PROTESTANTISM, PROTESTANTISMUS (PROTESTANTISME, PROTESTANTISM, PROTESTANTISMUS (DAS MANIFEST DES REFORMATORS!) Texte connu sous les titres: De la vraie et fausse religion - Kommentar über die wahre und die falsche Religion - Commentary on True and False Religion. Rarissime édition zurichoise XVIe de ce texte majeur de la Réforme, que les bibliographes qualifient parfois de "Manifeste de la Réforme", probablement le texte le plus connu de Ulrich Zwingli, paru de son vivant: De vera et falsa religione commentarius. Huldrych Zwingli, Reformator Schweiz .Tiguri [i.e. Zurich], Ex Officina Froschoviana, [imprimé entre 1525 et 1530] Edition latine non datée, on trouve bien la date de 1525 dans la préface au 7e feuillet non chiffré, mais en raison d'une variante de pagination avec l'édition originale de 1525 (8 n.c. et 446 pages i.e. 436 pp.), celle-ci est probablement une seconde édition, moins connue que la première; elle pourrait avoir encore paru la même année que l'originale. Petit in-16 de 14,5 x 10 cm, délicate reliure très ancienne ouvragée à partir d'une pièce de parchemin (palimpseste) à lacets, tiré d'un antiphonaire manuscrit en noir et rouge. Collation de cet exemplaire: (8), 437, (1) pages avec manque de 3 feuillets, les pp. 403/404, 405/406 (reste un fragment d'environ 1/5 de ces 2 feuillets) et 429/430. Quelques petit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amiralakbar [Switzerland, Schweiz, CH]
2019-04-10 20:24:48
XENOPHON.
[Venice: Heirs of Aldus Manutius and Andrea Torresano, 1525]. [Venice: Heirs of Aldus Manutius and Andrea Torresano,, 1525]. The Aldine Xenophon Folio (306 x 209 mm). 17th-century sprinkled calf, spine lettered and tooled in gilt, red speckled edges. Woodcut Aldine device on title and on verso of final leaf. Complete with blank leaves L8 and a1. Some early annotations in margins in Greek. Spine ends and head of front joint repaired with new calf, very minor insect damage to rear cover, a few instances of light finger-soiling yet contents generally clean and crisp. A very good copy. The first complete Aldine edition of Xenophon. The edition marks the first printing of Xenophon's De Atheniensium re publica and De vectigalibus, alongside the Hellenica (which the Aldine press had published in October 1503) and the Agesilao, which had previously been erroneously attributed to Plutarch. The text was edited by Gian Francesco d'Asola, son of Aldus' father-in-law, Andrea Torresano; in his preface the editor makes disparaging comments about the Giunta edition of 1516, showing the rivalry between the two great Venetian printing houses, although this edition was clearly superior. Provenance: from the library of St Maria Incoronata, Padua (ownership inscription "Biblioth. Collegij S. Mariae Coronatae Papie[nsis]", and old small stamp on title). Adams X4; STC Italian 738; Renouard Alde, 100.1; Ahmanson-Murphy 229; Cataldi Palau 94.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2019-04-09 20:13:31
Ulrich ZWINGLI
Tiguri (i.e. Zurich, Switzerland): 1525. Fair antiquarian condition. 3 leaves are missing at least in part. Last leaves are used but readable in full. Extreme are and important book by Ulrich Zwingli, a second (or first?) print ca.1525. PROTESTANTISME, PROTESTANTISM, PROTESTANTISMUS (PROTESTANTISME, PROTESTANTISM, PROTESTANTISMUS (DAS MANIFEST DES REFORMATORS!) Texte connu sous les titres: De la vraie et fausse religion - Kommentar über die wahre und die falsche Religion - Commentary on True and False Religion. Rarissime édition zurichoise XVIe de ce texte majeur de la Réforme, que les bibliographes qualifient parfois de "Manifeste de la Réforme", probablement le texte le plus connu de Ulrich Zwingli, paru de son vivant: De vera et falsa religione commentarius. Huldrych Zwingli, Reformator Schweiz .Tiguri [i.e. Zurich], Ex Officina Froschoviana, [imprimé entre 1525 et 1530] Edition latine non datée, on trouve bien la date de 1525 dans la préface au 7e feuillet non chiffré, mais en raison d'une variante de pagination avec l'édition originale de 1525 (8 n.c. et 446 pages i.e. 436 pp.), celle-ci est probablement une seconde édition, moins connue que la première; elle pourrait avoir encore paru la même année que l'originale. Petit in-16 de 14,5 x 10 cm, délicate reliure très ancienne ouvragée à partir d'une pièce de parchemin (palimpseste) à lacets, tiré d'un antiphonaire manuscrit en noir et rouge. Collation de cet exemplaire: (8), 437, (1) pages avec manque de 3 feuillets, les pp. 403/404, 405/406 (reste un fragment d'environ 1/5 de ces 2 feuillets) et 429/430. Quelques petit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amiralakbar [Switzerland, Schweiz, CH]
2019-04-04 18:11:45
ALIGHIERI, Dante (1265-1321)-VELLUTELLO, Alessandro (1473-?)
Francesco Marcolini ad istanza di Alessandro Vellutello, 1525. In 4to (mm. 220x150). Cc. [442]. Manca l'ultima carta bianca BI8. Segnatura: AA-BB8 CC10 A-Z8 AB-AZ8 BC-BI8. Colophon e registro a c. BI7r. Con 10 xilografie a tre quarti di pagina nella Descrittione de lo Inferno, 3 grandi figure a piena pagina all'inizio di ogni cantica e 74 figure in legno a tre quarti di pagina poste ad illustrazione dei canti. I versi 64, 65 e 66 del secondo canto del Purgatorio ("Dianzi venimmo [...] ne parra gioco", c. V7r) sono vergati a mano in quanto, omessi ab origine per errore di stampa, furono integrati manualmente in alcuni esemplari. Legatura moderna in vitello marroncino, piatti entro cornice a secco, dorso a cinque nervi con fregi, tassello e titolo in oro. Margine superiore sobrio, lieve aloni marginali, alcuni carte leggermente brunite, rinforzo nel margine interno delle prime ed ultime carte, nel complesso ottima copia. PRIMA EDIZIONE della Divina Commedia con il commento di Alessandro Vellutello. "This edition presents for the first time Alessandro Vellutello's commentary on the poem, the first of two new commentaries to be published during the 16th century. Born in the Tuscan city of Lucca, Vellutello was active in Venice during the early part of the century. Vellutello first made a name for himself by publishing a commentary on Petrarch in 1525 and an edition of Virgil's works in 1533. By the time he turned to Dante, the Petrarch commentary had been twice reprinted and was well on its way to becoming one of the great editorial successes of the period. A sign of the commen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2019-04-04 07:49:02
Homère.
1525. Très rare première édition donnée par Johann Lonicer (1499-1569) et dédiée à son ami et maître Philippe Melanchthon. Strasbourg, Wolfgang Cephalaeus, 1525.In-8 de 277 ff., (3) ff. Marge blanche inférieure du titre coupée. Maroquin brun de l'époque, plats ornés d'un encadrement d'une roulette frappée à froid entourée de part et d'autre de triples filets à froid, à l'intérieur motif de croix grecques répété 6 fois, fleurons frappés aux angles de l'encadrement central, dos à nerfs orné de croisillons frappés à froid, tranches rouges. Petit manque de peau à l'un des nerfs du dos. Reliure italienne de l'époque.165 x 100 mm. / Very rare first edition given by Johann Lonicer (1499-1569) and dedicated to his friend and master Philipp Melanchthon. Strasbourg, Wolfgang Cephalaeus, 1525.8vo [165 x 100 mm] of 277 ll., (3) ll. Lower blank margin of the title-page cut. Contemporary brown morocco, covers decorated with a framing of gilt-stamped border surrounded on both sides by triple blind-stamped fillets, on the inside motif of Greek crosses repeated 6 times, blind-stamped fleurons on the corners of the central framing, spine ribbed and decorated with blind-stamped crosspieces, red edges. Small loss of skin on one of the ribs of the spine. Italian contemporary binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Camille Sourget [Paris, France]
2019-04-03 09:23:08
Boccaccio Giovanni
Firenze, Eredi Filippo Giunta, 1525. In 8vo (mm. 161x95). Cc. 72. Segnatura: A-I8. A c. A1v epistola di Bernardo Giunti "a' gli amatori della Lingua Toscana". Spazio lasciato vuoto per le iniziali. Elegante legatura della prima metà del XIX secolo in pieno marocchino rosso, ricche impressioni in oro ai piatti e al dorso, dentelles dorate e filetto in oro sul bordo dei piatti, risguardi in carta marmorizzata, tagli blu. Piccoli fori di tarlo al dorso. Lievissimi aloni e leggere fioriture marginali, ma ottima copia marginosa. EDIZIONE GIUNTINA, elegantemente impressa, del Corbaccio di Boccaccio. Si tratta di una ristampa dll'edizione del 1516. Edit 16, CNCE6267; Adams, B-2182; D. Decia-R. Delfiol-L.S. Camerini, I Giunti tipografi editori di Firenze (1497-1570). Parte prima, Firenze, 1978, nr. 185; Gamba, nr. 203. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2019-03-30 17:31:31
EDWARD ARBER
LONDON: SELWOOD PRINTING WORKS, 1525. FIRST EDITION, VERY GOOD +, PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR FULL COLLATION AND CONDITION REPORT. PRESENTING FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION EXQUISITE GENUINE 147 YEAR OLD VERY RARE -FIRST EDITION- *REPRINT* OF WILLIAM TYNDALE'S *COLOGNE FRAGMENT* OF THE NEW TESTAMENT PRINTED IN 1871 BY THE SELWOOD PRINTING WORKS IN LONDON FOR EDWARD ARBER, A.K.C., F.R.G.S. FROM THE GRENVILLE COLLECTION OF BRITISH MUSEUM TAKEN BY PHOTO LITHOGRAPHY FROM TYNDALE'S 1525 FIRST ATTEMPT OF PRINTING THE NEW TESTAMENT- THE VERY FIRST TIME A PORTION OF THE SCRIPTURES WERE EVER PRINTED IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ! INCLUDES THE TEXT OF THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEW FROM 1:1 TO 22:12a PRINTED AT COLOGNE, GERMANY BEFORE TYNDALE WAS INTERRUPTED AND FORCED TO FLEE PERSECUTION TO WORMS, GERMANY. HE COMPLETED THE NEW TESTAMENT THERE IN OCTAVO A YEAR LATER IN 1526. QUARTO EDITION MEASURES 8 3/4" x 7" THIS EXAMPLE IS IN RARELY SEEN CONDITION ! VERY GOOD + TO NEAR FINE INTERNALLY CONFORMS TO: Herbert #1988 D & M #1248 William Tyndale c.1494-1536 "Let it not make thee despair, neither yet discourage thee, O reader, that it is forbidden thee in pain of life and goods, or that it is made breaking of the king's peace, or treason unto his highness, to read the Word of thy soul's health--for if God be on our side, what matter maketh it who be against us, be they bishops, cardinals, popes." William Tyndale could speak seven languages and was proficient in ancient Hebrew and Greek. He was a priest whose intellectual gifts and disciplined life could have taken him a long way in the church--had he not had one com … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ancient Words Ever True Rare Bibles (tassbunch) [Jefferson City, Tennessee, US]
2019-03-26 21:45:52
Plutarch:
Venice, Nicolao di Aristotile detto Zoppino, 1525. 4to [219 x 159mm] CCXV, (16) ff. (without last blank) With woodcut title border, 1 woodcut-initial and 29 woodcuts. ------------------------------------------------ Contemporary brown morocco binding, line borders in gilt and blind, tooling in gold, gauffered edges gilt. The book's title Vite de Plutarcho is lettered on the upper part of the front cover. With the initials IOBP on both covers. Spine with three double bands, decorated with a gilt line, alternating with four single bands, decorated with short (formerly gilt) diagonals. A small floral tool in the compartments. - Lacks four pairs of ties, the headcaps are restored, leather has been partly rebuilt to squares, both pastedowns old renewed, spine underlaid. -------------------------------------------- Rare Italian edition of the second part of Plutarch's Vitae parallelae, translated by Julis Caesar Scaliger (1484-1558) under his baptismal name Giulio Bordone da Padova. The first part had already been published in 1518, translated by Battista Alessandro Jaconello. The present volume contains the biographies of Solon, Publicola, Alcibiades, Gaius Marcius Coriolanus, Pelopidas, Marcellus, Hannibal, Pericles, Fabius Maximus, Quinctius Flaminius, Philopoemen, Aristides, Cato the Elder, Agis, Cleomenes, Scipio Africanus, Tiberius Gracchus, Dion, Demosthenes, Cicero, Demetrius, Mark Antony, Artaxerxes, Aratus, Galba, Otho, Homer and Brutus. ----------------------------------------- The beautiful binding was made in Milan by the renowned Putti Binder. He is best known for G … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel GmbH [Seubersdorf, Germany]
2019-03-24 23:16:22
Johann Huttich
1525. Vellum boards a bit cupped. Some Staining and soiling. Johann Huttich, Wolfgang Cephalaeus. Imperatorum Romanorum libellus : una cum imaginibus, ad uiuam effigiem expressis. Argentinae, Strasbourg. Anno Salutis.Cum Privilegio Caesareo 1525 First edition. Believed to be the second (heavily illustrated) printed numismatic work, containing Lovely wood block prints with one or two Roman emperors and empresses on most every page. Illustrated cased title page with small Elephant depicted in corner . 8vo, 4½ x 6¼" A modern binding in Vellum (warped) boards. Gilt on red Morocco label pasted on to the vellum. Stamped MDXXV on spine. Marbled end papers, sound and a bit stiff. 200 pages, Some light staining soiling and water marks. Two small markings. Still very nice. Woodcuts possibly by Hans Weiditz der Jüngere Lipsius 195. Rare: 1525 MDXXV Incunabulum numismatic work. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: rubino_books [Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States]
2019-03-04 05:22:54
Ulrich ZWINGLI
Tiguri (i.e. Zurich, Switzerland): 1525. Fair antiquarian condition. 3 leaves are missing at least in part. Last leaves are used but readable in full. Extreme are and important book by Ulrich Zwingli, a second (or first?) print ca.1525. PROTESTANTISME, PROTESTANTISM, PROTESTANTISMUS (PROTESTANTISME, PROTESTANTISM, PROTESTANTISMUS (DAS MANIFEST DES REFORMATORS!) Texte connu sous les titres: De la vraie et fausse religion - Kommentar über die wahre und die falsche Religion - Commentary on True and False Religion. Rarissime édition zurichoise XVIe de ce texte majeur de la Réforme, que les bibliographes qualifient parfois de "Manifeste de la Réforme", probablement le texte le plus connu de Ulrich Zwingli, paru de son vivant: De vera et falsa religione commentarius. Huldrych Zwingli, Reformator Schweiz .Tiguri [i.e. Zurich], Ex Officina Froschoviana, [imprimé entre 1525 et 1530] Edition latine non datée, on trouve bien la date de 1525 dans la préface au 7e feuillet non chiffré, mais en raison d'une variante de pagination avec l'édition originale de 1525 (8 n.c. et 446 pages i.e. 436 pp.), celle-ci est probablement une seconde édition, moins connue que la première; elle pourrait avoir encore paru la même année que l'originale. Petit in-16 de 14,5 x 10 cm, délicate reliure très ancienne ouvragée à partir d'une pièce de parchemin (palimpseste) à lacets, tiré d'un antiphonaire manuscrit en noir et rouge. Collation de cet exemplaire: (8), 437, (1) pages avec manque de 3 feuillets, les pp. 403/404, 405/406 (reste un fragment d'environ 1/5 de ces 2 feuillets) et 429/430. Quelques petit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amiralakbar [Switzerland, Schweiz, CH]
2019-03-01 19:06:29
Medici, Francesco Armellini Pantalassi de' , cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He was a part of the Roman Curia (1470-1528).
Rom, 10. VIII. 1525. 4to. 1 p. Decree of the Cardinal Legate. - Ehemals Sammlung Eduard Fischer von Röslerstamm. Medici was made a cardinal on the 6 July 1517 by Pope Leo X, to the titular church of San Callisto. This was his fifth consistory. He was bishop of Gerace e Oppido in 1517, and archbishop of Taranto in 1525.He was bishop of Gallipoli.In the rione Borgo the cardinal let built a magnificent palace bearing his name.The historian Paolo Giovio wrote that the exactions and greed that the Cardinal showed in running the papal finances, as Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church from 1521, had played a large part in causing the 1527 sack of Rome, because he had alienated the Roman population.
Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH [Roßhaupten, Germany]
2019-02-28 23:12:07
EDWARD ARBER
LONDON: SELWOOD PRINTING WORKS, 1525. FIRST EDITION, VERY GOOD +, PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR FULL COLLATION AND CONDITION REPORT. PRESENTING FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION EXQUISITE GENUINE 147 YEAR OLD VERY RARE -FIRST EDITION- *REPRINT* OF WILLIAM TYNDALE'S *COLOGNE FRAGMENT* OF THE NEW TESTAMENT PRINTED IN 1871 BY THE SELWOOD PRINTING WORKS IN LONDON FOR EDWARD ARBER, A.K.C., F.R.G.S. FROM THE GRENVILLE COLLECTION OF BRITISH MUSEUM TAKEN BY PHOTO LITHOGRAPHY FROM TYNDALE'S 1525 FIRST ATTEMPT OF PRINTING THE NEW TESTAMENT- THE VERY FIRST TIME A PORTION OF THE SCRIPTURES WERE EVER PRINTED IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ! INCLUDES THE TEXT OF THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEW FROM 1:1 TO 22:12a PRINTED AT COLOGNE, GERMANY BEFORE TYNDALE WAS INTERRUPTED AND FORCED TO FLEE PERSECUTION TO WORMS, GERMANY. HE COMPLETED THE NEW TESTAMENT THERE IN OCTAVO A YEAR LATER IN 1526. QUARTO EDITION MEASURES 8 3/4" x 7" THIS EXAMPLE IS IN RARELY SEEN CONDITION ! VERY GOOD + TO NEAR FINE INTERNALLY CONFORMS TO: Herbert #1988 D & M #1248 William Tyndale c.1494-1536 "Let it not make thee despair, neither yet discourage thee, O reader, that it is forbidden thee in pain of life and goods, or that it is made breaking of the king's peace, or treason unto his highness, to read the Word of thy soul's health--for if God be on our side, what matter maketh it who be against us, be they bishops, cardinals, popes." William Tyndale could speak seven languages and was proficient in ancient Hebrew and Greek. He was a priest whose intellectual gifts and disciplined life could have taken him a long way in the church--had he not had one com … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ancient Words Ever True Rare Bibles (tassbunch) [Jefferson City, Tennessee, US]
2019-02-27 17:02:18
Homer
The Iliad 8vo. ll. [2], 277, [3]. Greek text, save for the dedicatory epistle to Philipp Melanchthon which is in Latin. Vellum leaf before and after text. The title page is a woodcut by Hans Weiditz with a wide border showing scenes and characters from the Iliad. Inside the border and printed from a separate block is the title and the printer's device of Wolfgang Köpfel with putti lifting a stone on a shield . The device is repeated as on the printer's imprint on the last page. The Greek epigram translates broadly as "He made the complex readable". The title page refers to Kopfel as Vuolf. Cephal., the abbreviated Greeked version of Wolfgang Kopfel. A lovely binding by the nineteenth century Paris firm of Simier. Red straight grain morocco. Upper and lower covers decorated with gilt borders, a blind-stamped Greek key design and gilt decorative rules. Spine has five raised bands and six compartments. Decorated at the head and foot with a rules and diagonal pattern in gilt. At the foot of the spine in gilt are the date and "relié par Simier". Five of the compartments are decorated with an ornate blind-stamped decorative pattern. The title is in gilt on the second (plain) compartment. Dentelles with a gilt foliate design. Endpapers are a particularly attractive pink and green "spatter" design. The text is in excellent condition with only occasional foxing and spotting. There are some manuscript annotations, underlinings and markings all in brown ink. Front pastedown has a bookplate for Sir George Young. This is a beautiful copy, in a very nice binding, of an important ed … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Voewood Rare Books [UK]
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2019-02-23 14:56:41
Copp, Johannes].
(Augsburg, Silvanus Ottmar), 1525. 4to. 30 unn. ff. (last blank). With 10 woodcuts in the text (some almost page-size) and several printed tables. Sprinkled modern boards. Probably first edition of this very rare tract. Printed in the same year by Erlinger at Bamberg under a different title and without illustrations, but with mention of the author. - Title with contemporary note "Daß Astrolombium kan bei Mihr gemacht werden, und alle zait fertig gefunden werden"; last blank f. with a prescription by the same hand. Some waterstaining throughout; slight damage to edges occasionally remargined. VD 16, C 5029. IA 144.400. Zinner 1295. Schottenloher, Erlinger, 40. Cf. Houzeau/Lancaster 3259. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-02-22 23:47:30
Johann Huttich
1525. Vellum boards a bit cupped. Some Staining and soiling. Johann Huttich, Wolfgang Cephalaeus. Imperatorum Romanorum libellus : una cum imaginibus, ad uiuam effigiem expressis. Argentinae, Strasbourg. Anno Salutis.Cum Privilegio Caesareo 1525 First edition. Believed to be the second (heavily illustrated) printed numismatic work, containing Lovely wood block prints with one or two Roman emperors and empresses on most every page. Illustrated cased title page with small Elephant depicted in corner . 8vo, 4½ x 6¼" A modern binding in Vellum (warped) boards. Gilt on red Morocco label pasted on to the vellum. Stamped MDXXV on spine. Marbled end papers, sound and a bit stiff. 200 pages, Some light staining soiling and water marks. Two small markings. Still very nice. Woodcuts possibly by Hans Weiditz der Jüngere Lipsius 195. Rare: 1525 MDXXV Incunabulum numismatic work. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: rubino_books [Albuquerque, New Mexico, US]
2019-02-17 15:14:07
FRIES, LAURENT
RARE MAP OF THE MIDDLE EAST ?Tabula IIII Asiae.? Woodcut made by Laurent Fries and Johannes Gr?ninger in 1525 for "Geographia" by Claudius Ptolomeus, published in 1535. Verso: Latin text and a key to important locations marked on the map. Size: 32,0 x 45,5 cm. This rare and early map depicts the region between the Mediterranean Sea and the Persian Gulf, covering Cyprus, Palestine, Holy Land, Mesopotamia, Babylonia, Arabia Petraea, Armenia Minor, Assyria [Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq] and is based on the work of Claudius Ptolemy. Laurent Fries (c.1490 - c.1531) was a physician, astrologer and geographer born in Alsace (nowadays France). After studying medicine and spending time at several European universities, he settled in Strasbourg in 1519, where he met publisher and printer Johann Gr?ninger. With Gr?ninger, he worked on a new edition of Claudius Ptolemeus? "Geographia", which was published in 1522 and 1525 and included woodcut maps reduced from an earlier work "Geographie Opus Novissima" by Martin Waldseem?ller. Fries eventually had to move out of Strasbourg which marked the end of his cartographic career. He would continue to write on medicine, astrology and religion until his death in c.1531. The subsequent 1535 (and 1541) editions of Fries' "Geographia" were published posthumously. Johann Gr?ninger (c.1455 - c.1532) was a Swabish printer and publisher based in Strasbourg and was known to be one of the most prolific printers of the time. He was associated with the Saint Di? group of scholars formed by, amongst others, cartographer Martin Waldseem?ller. After Gr?nin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat Mefferdt & De Jonge [Netherlands]
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