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2019-01-20 21:33:39
1525. Jean CASSIEN : Opus Johanis eremite : qui & Cassianus diatur : de institutis cenobiorum : origine : causis & remediis vitiorum : colleationibusque patrum : incipit. Lyon, Jacques Myt, 1525. Petit in-8, plein veau brun, dos à nerfs et à caissons orné, traces d'épidermures, marge en fond de cahier du titre renforcé ainsi qu'un feuillet liminaire, caractères gothiques, initiales ornées gravées sur bois, petites mouillures, 348 ff. avec les signatures suivantes : [1 croix de Malte (grande au titre)] 8, [2 croix de Malte] 8, a-z8, b8, [-] 8, [-] 8, A-08, P4. Bon exemplaire. L'imprimeur Jacques MYT fut actif à Lyon entre 1507 et 1540. Le prêtre et moine Saint Jean CASSIEN (vers 360-432) était originaire de Scythie mineure (Dobrogée roumaine). Il entra dans un monastère de Bethléem pour mener une vie d'ermite dans le désert égyptien. Ordonné diacre par St Jean Chrysostome à Constantinople, il en fut expulsé comme l'ensemble des partisans de ce patriarche. Il se rendit à Rome puis se fixa à Marseille où il fonda deux monastères. Il avait ajouté à son premier nom celui de Jean probablement en l'honneur de St Jean Chrysostome. Il laissa une oeuvre doctrinale importante dont ces institutions cénobitiques (écrit vers 420) ouvrage consacré à la vie monastique et qui influença profondément le monachisme occidental du V° siècle à nos jours. Ce traité en 12 livres est consacré à l'habit des moines, à la règle des oraisons et des pseaumes, mais aussi aux vices, obstacles de la perfection à savoir la gourmandise, l'impureté, l'avarice, la colère, la tristesse, la gloire vaine, l'orguei … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LE PETIT GRIMOIRE Livres Anciens (loudnessfr) [Achun, FR]
2019-01-20 08:11:04
voir descriptif bon état. Rational divinorum officium (...) Constantin Fradin Antoine Blanchard Lyon 1525 Rationale divinorum officiorum (...) Constantin Fradin Au colophon Antonii Blanchard impressum est Millesimo quingetesimo vigesimo quito : die xi mensis aprilis In quarto feuillets 242 x 170 mm de 167 feuillets chiffrés CLXVII le verso du CLXVII blanc. Manque le dernier feuillet blanc qui a été renouvelé. Lyon Constantin Fradin, mais imprimé par Antoine Blanchard pour Constantin Fradin. Reliure pastiche du XXe, plein veau havane encadrement à froid à la Dusseuil, écoinçons dorés. Petite trace d'ancienne mouillure en tête des 9 premiers feuillets ce vraiment sans gravité, le reste de l'ouvrage est bien frais. Belle page de titre en rouge et noir avec la marque de Fradin. Superbe impression Gothique sur 2 colonnes à 68 lignes, avec un bel alphabet de lettrines gravées sur bois. Provenance de la bibliothèque d'Armand Notter avec son ex libris. Ce témoin de l'importante activité d'imprimerie à Lyon au XVIe, montre déjà les nombreux échanges commerciaux et de sous traitance qui existaient entre les maîtres imprimeurs aux capitaux importants et les "imprimeurs besogneux" à qui l'on fournissait papier , caractères et bois pour un travail à façon, imprimeurs besogneux dont faisait partie Blanchard Baudrier T5 92 et 99 Prix TTC : 1.600,00 Annonce réalisée avec Oxatis. Pour plus d'informations, cliquez-ici.
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL [Millery, FR]
2019-01-17 00:38:14
Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1525 Bartholomé Anglicus Proprietaire Medicine Astronomie Demons Angels Français Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1525 Bartholomew Anglicus Proprietaire médecine astronomie Démons Angels Français « De Proprietatibus Rerum » (ou « La propriétés des choses ») est une encyclopédie médiévale tôt de Barthélémy l'anglais. Originellement écrit en 1240, ce livre est le livre plus populaire à l'époque médiévale (Steele). Écrit pour les étudiants et le grand public, cette discute du livre une grande variété de sujets tels que Dieu, anges et démons, physiologie humaine, médecine, astronomie et céleste corps, minéralogie, pierres précieuses et beaucoup plus. Bartholomew référencé de nombreux écrivains importants, y compris les papes, Saint Jérôme, Saint Augustin, Flavius Josèphe, Hippocrate, Pline, Cicéron, Aristote, Galien, Platon, Lucan et Virgil. Une impressionnante collection des plus grands noms de l'histoire littéraire. Cette édition de Paris 1525 a été traduit en Français et édité par Jean Corbichon et publié par Phelippe le Noir. Numéro d'article : #2092 Prix : $9500 BARTHOLMEW, Anglicus Le proprietaire des droits incorporels : tresutille & profitable aux corps humains auec aucunes addicions nouuellement adioustees cest assauoir. Les vertus et proprietez des eaues artificiell … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-07 03:36:18
BERNARDUS de LUTZENBURGO
Cologne, Petrus Quentell, 1525. FIRST EDITION. 4to. 14 unnumbered ll., A-B4 C6. Roman letter. T-p with decorated head- and tailpiece. Very light age browning, faint waterstaining to blank upper outer corners, a little light spotting, gutter of last reinforced. A very good, crisp, well-margined copy in boards, early inked numeral to t-p. First edition of this very scarce pamphlet on the theology and customs of the Jubilee, designed for the benefit of laymen journeying to Rome for its celebration. Most were probably discarded on its completion. Bernardus de Lutzenburgo (d. 1535) was a Dominican friar and the author of sermons and treatises on topics including the punishments of heretics and capital sins. ‘Opusculum’ is a concise guide to the Jubilee, declared by Clement VII for the same year. It examines its meaning and origins, functions (remission of sins, celebration of the saints and martyrs, solicitation of charity) and legal aspects, the kinds of ‘grace’ or remission available with the purchase of indulgences, the sundry alterations to the regulations made by popes since the fourteenth century, and the evils committed by those who forbid penitents from purchasing indulgences. It ends with a list of the stations along the pilgrimage from Cologne to Rome. The Quentell press from Cologne, mentioned in the colophon, was responsible for the publication of parts of Tyndale’s Bible in the 1520s. No copies recorded in the US. USTC 679898; B 1995. Not in BM STC Ger. or Graesse. L1616 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2019-01-06 19:47:52
EDWARD ARBER
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 compulsion: to teach English men and wome … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ancient Words Ever True Rare Bibles [Jefferson City, Tennessee, US]
2019-01-05 02:20:28
LYNDWOOD, William. John ACTON (or AYTON). Edited by Josse Badius.:
London, printed in Antwerp by Christopher Endoviensis (van Ruremond) for Francis Brickman, 1525; & Paris, Wolfgang Hopyl and Hans de Coblenz, 1504.. TWO SEPARATE WORKS BOUND IN ONE VOLUME. No. 1: PROVINCIALE SEU CONSTITUTIONES ANGLIE Cum summariis atque iustis annotationibus, politissimis caracteribus, summaque accuratione rursum revise atque impresse 1525, Latin text, 4to in eights, approximately 275 x 195 mm, 10¾ x 7¾ inches, engraved pictorial title page printed red and black, pages printed red and black in two sizes of black letter and in double column, the text in the centre surrounded by commentary, a few decorated initials, 1 full page illustration on recto first leaf of Tabula A2, showing a coat of arms, a rose and crown, and St George and the Dragon, leaves: cclv (i.e. cclvi), (28) - indexes, text numbered on rectos only, some misnumbering but collated and guaranteed complete, collation: A-X8, AA-HH8, II6, KK8, LL10; A-C8, D4, register restarts for the Tabula, bound in full old panelled calf, heavily decorated in blind to covers, raised bands and gilt lettered leather label to spine. Spine worn with slight chipping to head and tail, hinges cracked on most of their length but holding firmly, upper corners slightly worn, title is lettered faintly on the fore-edges, title page slightly dusty, 2 large chips to 1 fore-edge margin, 1 just affecting a 1 word sidenote, 3 small old paper repairs to 1 fore-edge margin, small stain to 1 margin, occasional small pale damp stains to margins, leaves 224-233 have pale damp stains over much of the text, but absolutely no loss of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton [United Kingdom]
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2019-01-04 16:01:23
LYNDWOOD, William. John ACTON (or AYTON). Edited by Josse Badius.
London printed in Antwerp by Christopher Endoviensis van Ruremond for Francis Brickman ; & Paris Wolfgang Hopyl and Hans de Coblenz 1504. TWO SEPARATE WORKS BOUND IN ONE VOLUME. No. 1: PROVINCIALE SEU CONSTITUTIONES ANGLIE Cum summariis atque iustis annotationibus, politissimis caracteribus, summaque accuratione rursum revise atque impresse 1525, Latin text, 4to in eights, approximately 275 x 195 mm, 10¾ x 7¾ inches, engraved pictorial title page printed red and black, pages printed red and black in two sizes of black letter and in double column, the text in the centre surrounded by commentary, a few decorated initials, 1 full page illustration on recto first leaf of Tabula A2, showing a coat of arms, a rose and crown, and St George and the Dragon, leaves: cclv (i.e. cclvi), (28) - indexes, text numbered on rectos only, some misnumbering but collated and guaranteed complete, collation: A-X8, AA-HH8, II6, KK8, LL10; A-C8, D4, register restarts for the Tabula, bound in full old panelled calf, heavily decorated in blind to covers, raised bands and gilt lettered leather label to spine. Spine worn with slight chipping to head and tail, hinges cracked on most of their length but holding firmly, upper corners slightly worn, title is lettered faintly on the fore-edges, title page slightly dusty, 2 large chips to 1 fore-edge margin, 1 just affecting a 1 word sidenote, 3 small old paper repairs to 1 fore-edge margin, small stain to 1 margin, occasional small pale damp stains to margins, leaves 224-233 have pale damp stains over much of the text, but absolutely no loss of legibility, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-01-04 00:40:46
HIPPOCRATES
Rome: Franciscus Minutius Calvus, 1525. FIRST EDITION. Folio, 200mm x 308mm, pp. [lxxxiiii], 733, [i]; lacking last blank, colophon supplied in facsimile. Remboitage 16th century, blind stamped pigskin over oak boards. Thin stamped-brass clasps to style. Title page, with woodcut border, trimmed as usual at the top, but only very slightly and certainly with better results to the upper margin than most copies. Pinhole to front flyleaf. Occasional marginal ink notes and underlining in an early hand. 'This is the first complete Latin edition of the works of the greatest of all clinical physicians' (Printing and the Mind of Man). Various fragments of Hippocrates' works had been published in earlier Greek and Arabic editions, but this is the first version with 80 works translated into Latin. Regarded as the first complete edition of works attributed to the Father of Medicine, it is one of the most important didactic medical books of all time. From the John Rathbone Oliver History of Medicine Collection, with his bookplate to pastedown. John Rathbone Oliver (1872-1943), was a Harvard graduate, classical scholar, physician specialising in psychiatry, and served as Chief Medical Officer to the Supreme Bench of Baltimore from 1917 until 1930 as well as professor of the History of Medicine at the University of Maryland Medical School, from 1927 until 1938. Oliver was a relative of the murdered physician George Parkman (1790-1849), a fact which roused his initial interest in criminal psychiatry; his Criminological Collection resides at the Boston Medical School. Released from his own l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Ltd, PBFA, ABA, ILAB [Royal Tunbridge Wells, KENT, United Kingdom]
2019-01-02 20:53:04
PLINY the Elder
Venetiis: Melchoirem Sessam, 1525. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. "The only certainty is that nothing is certain" - Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia, book II Pliny the Elder was one of the most important 1st-century Roman authors who is remembered for his encyclopedic work 'Naturalis Historia' which would become the model for encyclopedias. 'Natural History' is oft thought to the be single largest work surviving the Roman Empire and covers a vast field of knowledge including astronomy, meteorology, geography, zoology, botany, agriculture, medicine, as well as magic, alchemy and gemology. Pliny also notes some miraculous events in this book including floating islands on Lake Vadimo and gives special attention to magic, declaring that magic originated out of medicine and should have flourished alongside the developments in medicine.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-12-24 09:26:29
Johann Huttich
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]
2018-12-22 07:29:03
Cornazzano Antonio
Venezia, Niccolò Zoppino, 1525. In 8vo (mm. 150x95). Cc. [47]. Segnatura: A-F8. Manca la carta bianca F8. Frontespizio stampato in rosso e in nero entro cornice architettonica incisa in legno. Marca editoriale e colophon a c. F6v. Con 18 vignette xilografiche nel testo, alcune delle quali ripetute, ed inoltre un'iniziale su fondo in apertura del Dialogo de un philosopho che contrasta con il pedochio, che comincia con frontespizio proprio alla c. F2r. Fori di tarlo restaurati ai margini delle prime tre carte che comportano una minima perdita di poche lettere, altri piccoli fori di tarlo restaurati al margine inferiore delle ultime tre carte questa volta ben distanti dal testo, aloni e lievi fioriture. Legatura di recente esecuzione in pelle marron scuro, sulla quale sono stati applicati dei piatti antichi recanti un fleuron centrale e quattro fregi angolari impressi in oro entro una cornice dorata, dorso a due nervi con fregi a secco, tagli rossi. Al contropiatto anteriore nota di possesso manoscritta "Ex libris Balihassaris Zamboni" ed ex-libris a stampa "Ex libris Lanfranchi Rizzardi". PROBABILE TERZA EDIZIONE, ma prima a contenere il Dialogo tra el senso e la rasone tratto da Seneca e il Dialogo de un philosopho che contrasta con il pedochio. Benché stampata per almeno quindici volte fra il 1518 (data della princeps pubblicata a Venezia da Francesco Bindoni e Maffeo Pasini) ed il 1558, tutte le edizioni antiche erano già piuttosto rare nel 1812, quando Renouard decise di ripubblicare l'operetta a Parigi, prendendo il testo proprio dall'edizione zoppiniana del 1525. I tre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-12-20 07:55:22
PLINY the Elder
1525 Pliny Elder Natural History Astronomy Magic Gemology Bestiary P. Incunable The only certainty is that nothing is certain Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia, book II Pliny the Elder was one of the most important 1st-century Roman authors who is remembered for his encyclopedic work Naturalis Historia which would become the model for encyclopedias. Natural History is oft thought to the be single largest work surviving the Roman Empire and covers a vast field of knowledge including astronomy, meteorology, geography, zoology, botany, agriculture, medicine, as well as magic, alchemy and gemology. Pliny also notes some miraculous events in this book including floating islands on Lake Vadimo and gives special attention to magic, declaring that magic originated out of medicine and should have flourished alongside the developments in medicine. Item number: #5299 Price: $1950 PLINY the Elder Prima [and secunda] pars Plyniani indicis, i qua mira lrarum connexione, dnr ea oia, geographia preter (na hac amplectitur pars alter) que toto Plyniano volumie continentur Venetiis: Melchoirem Sessam, 1525. Details: Foliation: lacking title page to first part, otherwise complete in both parts [13], CCXIX, [1 blank], [72] Signatures: 2a 8 2b 6 a-z & 8[con][response]¹A¹( -A10 [blank?])2A-2I 8 Colophon: Excussum Venetiis : Accurata diligentia per Melchoirem Sessam, et Petrum Serenae, socios, 1525 die 24. Aprilis. 38 woodcut engravings + numerous decorative initials and vignettes throughout References: USTC 849926; Edit16 30074 Language: Latin Binding: Leather; tight & secure Size: ~12.75in X 9 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-12-20 06:00:46
PLINY the Elder
1525 Pliny Elder Natural History Astronomy Magic Gemology Bestiary P. Incunable"The only certainty is that nothing is certain" - Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia, book II Pliny the Elder was one of the most important 1st-century Roman authors who is remembered for his encyclopedic work 'Naturalis Historia' which would become the model for encyclopedias. 'Natural History' is oft thought to the be single largest work surviving the Roman Empire and covers a vast field of knowledge including astronomy, meteorology, geography, zoology, botany, agriculture, medicine, as well as magic, alchemy and gemology. Pliny also notes some miraculous events in this book including floating islands on Lake Vadimo and gives special attention to magic, declaring that magic originated out of medicine and should have flourished alongside the developments in medicine.Item number: #5299Price: $1950PLINY the ElderPrima [and secunda] pars Plyniani indicis, ī qua mira lr̄arum connexione, dn̄r ea oīa, geographiā preter (nā hāc amplectitur pars alter) que toto Plyniano volumīe continenturVenetiis: Melchoirem Sessam, 1525. Details: Foliation: lacking title page to first part, otherwise complete in both parts[13], CCXIX, [1 blank], [72]Signatures: 2a⁸2b⁶a-z⁸ & ⁸[con]⁸[response]¹A¹( -A10 [blank?])2A-2I⁸Colophon: Excussum Venetiis : Accurata diligentia per Melchoirem Sessam, et Petrum Serenae, socios, 1525 die 24. Aprilis.38 woodcut engravings + numerous decorative initials and vignettes throughoutReferences: USTC 849926; Edit16 30074Language: Latin Binding: Leather; tight & secureSize: ~12.75in X … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2018-12-18 20:57:20
(Schoeffer, Joannes) [Cochlaeus, Joannes, editor]
Mogunti [Mainz]: in aedibus Ioan. Schoeffer, 1525. First edition of the Apostolic Canons. [*]4[**]6, A-I4, K-M6, N-O8, P-Z6, Aa-Ee4, Ff6,Gg8. 172 leaves. Roman type, with several fine woodcut initial capitals. 1 vols. Folio. The Origins of Canon Law: the "Collectio Dionysiana" Schoeffer, 1525. A rare and beautiful printing by the son of the celebrated Peter Schoeffer of Mainz. Johann Schoeffer (c. 1468-1531) continued and expanded his father's business, and his extensive list includes works by Erasmus and other humanists, as well as liturgical works and editiones principes of Latin classics (it was in the preface to his edition of Livy of 1523 that Schoeffer attributed the invention of printing to Gutenburg in Mainz in 1450). The present work is of the utmost importance in the history of Canon Law, being the first printing of the famous collection of Dionysus Exiguus, the 6th-century monk whose translations into Latin of the ancient canons of the Church down to the Council of Carthage (419) , along with his his compilation of Papal Decrees (known together as the "Collectio Dionysiana") marked the beginnings of Canon Law. Adams C-542 ("The collection of Dionysius Exiguus"); RLIN (finds 4 copies); OCLC 3336327 (9 locations). Remnants of early binding (defective) with endpapers only remaining, employing contemporary hand-colored printed leaves (from Mainz?), as well as contemporary manuscripts. Sewing loosening, with several gatherings sprung. Some minor scattered worming in margins, dampstaining to last 11 leaves. Owners' inscriptions on title. In half morocco slipcase and ch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 18:09:07
ERASME (Désiré)
Nuremberg, Johann Petreius, décembre 1525. 1 vol. petit in-8°, veau marbré, dos lisse orné de doubles filets et de fines roulettes dorées, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge avec titre doré en long, encadrement d'un double filet doré, roulette à froid sur les coupes, roulette à froid intérieure, tranches jonquille. Reliure du début du XIXe s., réparations aux mors. Ex-libris au contreplat de F.A. Blaydes, et ex-libris sur les gardes, dont celui de Sébastien Nioche. Impression en car. italiques, une lettrine historiée, (43) ff. Signatures : [a-e]8 f4. Il manque le dernier feuillet blanc. Edition rare de ce traité d'Erasme sur la prière, qui avait été imprimé pour la première fois en 1524 par Froben à Bâle. Plusieurs éditions furent imprimées en 1524 et 1525, par Knobloch à Strasbourg, Schöffer à Mayence et Petreius à Nuremberg. Pour Erasme, la prière est surtout une élévation intérieure vers Dieu. Il s'inquiète de la tournure quelque peu superstitieuse des invocations récitées mécaniquement par les chrétiens en l'honneur de la Vierge et des saints, héritage d'anciens cultes païens, et appelle de ses voeux que le culte soit célébré dans une langue intelligible de tous les fidèles. Vander Haeghen I, 121; Bezzel, 1289.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [CRISSAY SUR MANSE, -, France]
2018-12-09 08:34:00
EDWARD ARBER
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 compulsion: to teach English men and wome … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ancient Words Ever True Rare Bibles [Jefferson City, Tennessee, US]
2018-12-06 23:08:44
DÜRER ALBRECHT-FRIES LAURENT
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. [IT]
2018-12-06 23:01:03
Greek Printing 1525, annotated - Homer:
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. [11 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2018-12-06 07:37:07
D?RER ALBRECHT-FRIES LAURENT
Silografia, mm 270x260, colorata. Celeberrima fascinosa tavola ad opera del grande pittore D rer, 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 Ë tratta dall'edizione del 1525, a cura di Laurent Fries, della "Geografia" di Tolomeo, basata sulla rivoluzionaria edizione di Strasburgo del 1513 di Martin Walseem ller, che Ë 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 D rer 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 Waldseem ller. Good condition with a lack in top corner and a wormtrack at bottom in margin. astrologia-astronomia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2018-11-28 11:20:39
Johann Huttich
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]
2018-11-13 18:45:54
WÄLDSEEMÜLLER, Martin.
1525. Vienne: Michael Servetus, 1541. Woodcut, printed area 285 x 430mm. A very fine example. 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]
2018-11-10 06:58:42
Münster, Sebastian
Basilae (Basel): Io. Frob (Johann Froben), 1525. Second edition. Hardcover. g+ to fine. Duodecimo. 6 3/4x5". [368 unpaginated leaves]. Rebound in modern dark brown leather boards with blind-stamped decorative tooling on the covers and spine. Gilt lettering on the spine. Raised bands. Title page illustrated with the printer's decorative woodcut vignette. Mounted alphabetical leather tabs along the side edges, from a previous owner, circa the early 18th century. The work is a biblical Hebrew (and Aramaic) - Latin dictionary from famed cartographer, cosmographer and Christian Hebraist, Sebastian Munster. This is the un-revised second edition of Munster's work, originally published in 1523, under a different Hebrew title, and a modified Latin subtitle. The original impetus for the creation of this work was said to be Munster's dissatisfaction with the dictionary of the final volume of the Complutensian Polyglot Bible (Biblia Complutensis, 1517). The work which was highly popular in its day with scholars and theologians, went through a total of six editions, all published by Johann Froben, with the 1564 being the last.In the time between the publications of the first and second editions of this work, Munster produced a new Latin translation of the foundational Hebrew grammar work "Sefer Ha-Shorashim" by acclaimed medieval Spanish Rabbi David Kimhi (RaDaK), by way of the previous translation by Elia Levita. The new Hebrew-language title of this second edition of the Hebrew-Latin dictionary seems to be a specific reference to that translation work, and to Kimhi more specificall … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Chaim Kline - Bookseller [US]
2018-11-10 01:34:49
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius
Argentoragi,: Johannes Grieningerus, communibus Johannis Koberger impensis excudebat. [Imprint from colophon: recto of leaf Q8], 1525. DescriptionFolio atlas (406 by 265mm), title within ornamental woodcut border, and 50 numbered woodcut maps (27 double-page maps of the ancient world, 22 double-page maps of the modern world by Lorenz Fries, and one full-page map of Lotharingia on the verso of map 46), mounted on vellum guards, most maps with descriptive text on verso enclosed within elaborate woodcut borders (said to be the work of Hans Holbein and Urs Graf), woodcut diagrams in the text, contemporary blind-stamped pigskin over oak boards, metal clasps.Collation: A-M(6), N(4), O(6), 50 numbered double-page woodcut maps a-e(6), f(4), P(6), Q(8) [Collophon].Watermark: anchor within a circle. NotesFourth Strassburg edition. The text was translated by Wilibald Pirckheimer, using the notes of Johannes Regiomontanus, perhaps under the editorship of Johann Huttich. The ornamental woodblock designs on the reverse of the maps are attributed to Hans Holbein and Urs Graf. Albrecht Dürer contributed the woodblock of the armillary sphere. The present edition is the second one printed by Johannes Grüninger. However, all maps are printed from the woodblocks of the first Grüninger edition of 1522.The maps are all drawn on the trapezoid projection developed by the German cartographer Nicolaus Germanus (1420-1490) in 1460. 27 are drawn according to Ptolemaic theory, and a further 23 modern maps have been added, which incorporate contemporary knowledge.The modern section was copied by Lorenz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-05 01:26:49
Homerus
Strasbourg Wolfgang Kopfel 1525. Two works, in two volumes, 8°. I. (161x91 mm). Collation: A-Z8, AA-MM8. 277, [3] leaves. Greek type. Title-page within a woodcut border depicting subjects from the Iliad, possibly by Hans Weiditz d.J.; woodcut printer's device on the title-page and on fol. I8v. Blank spaces for capitals, with printed guide letters. II. (161x95 mm). Collation: A8, b-z8, A-I8, aa-gg8. 251, [61] leaves. Complete with fols I4v and I8r blank. Title-page within a woodcut border depicting subjects from the Odyssey, possibly by Hans Weiditz d.J; woodcut printer's device on the title-page. Blank spaces for capitals, with printed guide letters. Uniformly bound in contemporary blind-tooled black leather, over pasteboards. Traces of ties. Spine with four raised bands. Both volumes are very well preserved. In the first volume, outer margin lightly short and some minor loss to the blank outer corner of one leaf; in volume two, waterstain to gutter and lower margin of some quires. Repairs to corners, spine heads and joints of both volumes, spines slightly rubbed. A few interlinear Latin notes on fol. MM8r.Provenance: étienne Desprez, president of the Besançon school and correspondent, between 1529-34, of Erasmus of Rotterdam (ownership inscription on the title-page of the second volume, 'Sum Stephanj a pratis'); De Valimbert family from Besançon (ownership inscription on the title-page of the first volume, 'Jo. Fred. de Valimbert'; on the last verso and on the verso of last flyleaf: 'Carolus Valimbertus Rhetore Bisuntinae'). The first complete edition of Homer's works prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-11-01 09:59:00
EDWARD ARBER
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 compulsion: to teach English men and wome … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ancient Words Ever True Rare Bibles [Jefferson City, Tennessee, US]
2018-10-24 18:07:49
Johann Huttich
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]
2018-10-17 19:54:29
Heynlin, Johannes [or Iohannes de Lapide].
Remarkably rare Spanish illustrated gothic printing by Coci in Zaragoza, of one of the most re-printed works relating to the celebration of the mass; by Lapide, a Parisian theologian and Carthusian monk, who taught Geiler at Basel. Collection of questions and answers relating to the celebration of the Mass first published circa 1492-93 and frequently reprinted through the 16thcentury. The illustration is comprised of a woodcut of a priest celebrating Mass on title. "Johann Heynlin (Johannes de Lapide, c. 1430-1496) was teaching theology and philosophy in Paris, in Basle, and in Tuebingen. He was representing realism in philosophy and was successful in opposing nominalism at the Universities of Paris and Basle. He was also instrumental in establishing the first printing press in Paris, together with Fichet and Gering.-His numerous sermons are still unprinted; the Resolutorium is his principal theological work; it deals with the liturgy and the Holy Mass. He reinstated the original liturgy and cleared the Mass from abuses and misunderstandings." (William Salloch. Catalogue 322. A Selection of Rare Books. Including a Few Manuscripts, Prints Drawings, 1975, 322-56, 500 u$s, for the 1492 Froben edition). Exceedingly rare Coci printing, this edition is not in Palau, OCLC, USTC, or CCPBE.
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2018-10-01 05:38:25
BARTHOLMEW, Anglicus
'De Proprietatibus Rerum' (or 'The Properties of Things') is a medieval early encyclopedia by Bartholomew the Englishman. Originally written in 1240, this book was the most popular book in medieval times (Steele). Written for both students and general audiences, this book discuses a wide variety of topics including God, angels and demons, human physiology, medicine, astronomy and celestial bodies, minerology, gemstones, and much more. Bartholomew referenced many important writers including Popes, Saint Jerome, Saint Augustine, Josephus, Hippocrates, Pliny, Cicero, Aristotle, Galen, Plato, Lucan, and Virgil. An impressive collection of the most famous names in literary history. This 1525 Paris edition was translated into French and edited by Jean Corbichon and published by Phelippe le Noir. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-01 05:38:25
BARTHOLMEW, Anglicus
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. 'De Proprietatibus Rerum' (or 'The Properties of Things') is a medieval early encyclopedia by Bartholomew the Englishman. Originally written in 1240, this book was the most popular book in medieval times (Steele). Written for both students and general audiences, this book discuses a wide variety of topics including God, angels and demons, human physiology, medicine, astronomy and celestial bodies, minerology, gemstones, and much more. Bartholomew referenced many important writers including Popes, Saint Jerome, Saint Augustine, Josephus, Hippocrates, Pliny, Cicero, Aristotle, Galen, Plato, Lucan, and Virgil. An impressive collection of the most famous names in literary history. This 1525 Paris edition was translated into French and edited by Jean Corbichon and published by Phelippe le Noir. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-01 00:27:22
Johann Huttich
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]
2018-09-28 11:15:39
Lucan
Milano: Angelo Scinzenzeler, 1525. very good post-incunabula copy of a very rare illustrated Lucan's Pharsalia. Post-Incunabulum/post-incunable Illustrated edition of the Epic Latin Poem "Pharsalia" about Julius Caesar's war with the Roman Senate and Pompey the Great by the ancient poet Lucan, 1525. Less than 10 copies listed on Worldcat.org! Very rare. M. Annei Lucani Cordubensis Pharsalia diligentissime per. G. Versellanum recognita. Mediolani Impressum p. lo. angelu Scinzenzler, Anno dni. M.D.XXV. translates: Marcus Annaeus Lucanus a.k.a. Lucan of Cordova's Pharsalia diligently and carefully edited by G. Versallanum. Milan: Printed by Angelo Scinzenzer, 1525. Woodcut title page + 10 books, each with a woodcut illustration beginning each book and numerous woodcut initials. 10 preliminaries (unpaginated) and 261 numbered leaves or 522 pages. Post-Incunabulum/post-incunable Illustrated edition of the Epic Latin Poem "Pharsalia" about Julius Caesar's war with the Roman Senate and Pompey the Great by the ancient poet Lucan, 1525. Less than 10 copies listed on Worldcat.org! Very rare. M. Annei Lucani Cordubensis Pharsalia diligentissime per. G. Versellanum recognita. Mediolani Impressum p. lo. angelu Scinzenzeler, Anno dni. M.D.XXV. translates: Marcus Annaeus Lucanus a.k.a. Lucan of Cordova's Pharsalia diligently and carefully edited by G. Versallanum. Milan: Printed by Angelo Scinzenzer, 1525. (post-incunabulum) Woodcut title page + 10 books, each with a woodcut illustration beginning each book and numerous woodcut initials. 10 preliminaries (unpaginated) and 261 numbered lea … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: tristanbooks [Oakland, California, US]
2018-09-28 00:01:46
Facsimile. AN EXTREMELY LARGE COPY OF THE SECOND BIBLIA RABBINICA, THE FIRST TO INCLUDE THE MASORAH. Sha'ar HaShem ha-Hadash (Second Rabbinic Bible), Venice: Daniel Bomberg, 1524-1525. Complete in Four Folio Volumes. Extremely rare. In honor of the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, we are delighted to offer this extraordinary representation of the Second Rabbinic Bible - the Old Testament Hebrew Text that served as the textus receptus for the Authorized (King James) Version of the Bible in 1611 and the Spanish Reina-Valera translation. Until this year, no true, quality facsimile has ever been produced. Yet as nations around the world prepare to commemorate this highly significant anniversary, it seems appropriate that this exceptional edition has finally been released to the general public. For the first time since the early sixteenth century...this extraordinary work has been made readily available in its original form. Featuring a beautiful calfskin leather binding, publication is strictly limited and each volume represents an impressive work of art. The rounded spines feature gilt labels and the boards are decoratively de-embossed to add to the fine finishing. The text is printed on an extremely high quality linen felt paper. Marbleized endpapers and two royal blue ribbon markers complete these impressive volumes. In 1516 Daniel Bomberg, a wealthy Christian, was granted the privilege of publishing Hebrew books in Venice. Among the first works he printed in 1516-17 was the Mikra'ot Gedolot (Rabbinic Bible), a folio edition of the entire Bible with the leadi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rare Bibles [Munford, Alabama, US]
2018-09-20 09:33:31
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. Aft … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE [Netherlands]
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2018-08-24 07:30:46
Rational divinorum officium Constantin Fradin Antoine Blanchard Lyon 1525 The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Rational divinorum officium (...) Constantin Fradin Antoine Blanchard Lyon 1525 Rationale divinorum officiorum (...) Constantin Fradin to the colophon Antonia Blanchard impressum is Millesimo quingetesimo vigesimo quito: die xi mensis aprilis In quarto pages 242 x 170 mm of 167 pages encrypted made the back of the white CLXVII. Missing the last White slip that has been renewed. Lyon Constantin Fradin, but printed by Antoine Blanchard for Constantin Fradin. Binding pastiche of the 20th full calf Havana coaching cold to the Dusseuil, Golden Spandrels. Little trace of old wetting in head of the first 9 sheets this really without gravity, the rest of the book is well cool. Beautiful page of title in red and black with the brand of Fradin. Superb Gothic print on 2 columns to 68 lines, with a beautiful alphabet initials engraved on wood. Origin of the Armand Notter library with ex libris. This witness of the important activity of printing in Lyon in the 16th century, shows already many trade and sub contracting which existed between master printers to significant capital and "printers needy" who provided paper, characters, and wood for a job way, needy printers which included Blanchard harness T5 92 and 99 Price TTC: 1.600, 00 Announcement made Oxatis. For more information, click here. Sous-Thème imprimerie Reliure Reliure fine Langue Latin Époque Jusqu'au XVIIème siècle Année de public … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL (abigalivre) [Millery, FR]
2018-08-09 07:53:38
(In fine: Venetiis, Melchior Sessa & Petrus de Ravanis, socii que diligentissime imprimendum curaverunt, Mensis Decembris die. xxiiii. Anno...incarnationis 1525). In 8 (cm. 29,5x21,5), cc. 182-(54: manca carta segn. E2), al front. tit. entro ampia cornice xilogr. con figure e segn. con monogramma di Giovanni Andrea Vavassore, marca tipogr. in fine, iniz. ornate e figur., testo greco-latino su 2 e 3 coll., ll. 57 per col., leg. modesta cart. A margine molte chiose ad inchiostro in greco di mano colta (sec. XVI). Sul retro faccia anter. della copertina firma di Elia Stefano. Sull' ultima carta varie annotazioni ad inchiostro tra cui "Questo dizionario fu comprato dal librajo sotto la Rajia (Falsina) il dì 21. aprile 1820. da me Pietro Zani abit. al N. 737. in Brescia Strada Larga". Pietro Zani (1748-1821), abate e letterato, fu vice-bibliotecario della "Palatina" di Parma con facoltà di rimanere a Borgo San Donnino (Frati C. Diz. bio-bibliografico, 579). Front. un po' consunto con picc. asportazione all' ang. infer. e strappetti, macchiette in alcune carte, lieve gora all' ang. infer. di circa metà volume, restauri al margine interno di poche carte. Essling, II/II, p. 514, n. 2296. Sander, n. 2413:" Page du titre, grand encadrement à figures, copie d' après la gravure de Hans Holbein "Table de Cébés" (paru pour la premère fois dans le "Novum Testamentum" d' Erasme, imprimé a Bale en 1522)".
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-08-04 22:32:25
PTOLEMY Claudius.; FRIES Laurent
[1525]. Double-page woodcut map, 310 x 477 mm; trimmed into the marginal text; with Latin text, set within elaborate woodcut borders, printed on the verso. [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 1525, second edition. The present example is the first printing of this attractive map of Persia. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-07-26 05:53:13
(In fine: Venetiis, Melchior Sessa & Petrus de Ravanis, socii que diligentissime imprimendum curaverunt, Mensis Decembris die. xxiiii. Anno...incarnationis 1525). In 8 (cm. 29,5x21,5), cc. 182-(54: manca carta segn. E2), al front. tit. entro ampia cornice xilogr. con figure e segn. con monogramma di Giovanni Andrea Vavassore, marca tipogr. in fine, iniz. ornate e figur., testo greco-latino su 2 e 3 coll., ll. 57 per col., leg. modesta cart. A margine molte chiose ad inchiostro in greco di mano colta (sec. XVI). Sul retro faccia anter. della copertina firma di Elia Stefano. Sull' ultima carta varie annotazioni ad inchiostro tra cui "Questo dizionario fu comprato dal librajo sotto la Rajia (Falsina) il dì 21. aprile 1820. da me Pietro Zani abit. al N. 737. in Brescia Strada Larga". Pietro Zani (1748-1821), abate e letterato, fu vice-bibliotecario della "Palatina" di Parma con facoltà di rimanere a Borgo San Donnino (Frati C. Diz. bio-bibliografico, 579). Front. un po' consunto con picc. asportazione all' ang. infer. e strappetti, macchiette in alcune carte, lieve gora all' ang. infer. di circa metà volume, restauri al margine interno di poche carte. Essling, II/II, p. 514, n. 2296. Sander, n. 2413:" Page du titre, grand encadrement à figures, copie d' après la gravure de Hans Holbein "Table de Cébés" (paru pour la premère fois dans le "Novum Testamentum" d' Erasme, imprimé a Bale en 1522)".
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-07-07 19:51:01
[Copp, Johannes]
Augsburg, Silvanus Ottmar, 1525. 30 unn. Bll. (d. l. w.). Mit 10 (teils fast blattgr.) Textholzschnitten, einigen gedruckten Tabellen im Text und einer schwarzgrundigen figuralen Holzschnittinitiale. Gesprenkelter Pappband. 4to. Vermutlich erste Ausgabe der sehr seltenen Schrift. Sie wurde im selben Jahr auch von Erlinger in Bamberg unter anderem Titel und unillustriert, aber unter Nennung des Verfassers gedruckt. "Der Titel, die Vorrede und die ersten Kapitel unterscheiden sich wesentlich. Der ganze übrige Text stimmt inhaltlich in den beiden Ausgaben überein, auch sprachlich ergeben sich keine starken Abweichungen. Das 21. Kapitel des Erlinger-Druckes fehlt in dem Augsburger Druck. Dieser weist dagegen astronomische Figuren und einen Schlußcanon auf, die im Erlinger Druck fehlen" (Schottenloher). - Johannes Copp (1487-1563) war Arzt in Joachimsthal und wurde von Ferdinand I. zum Königl. Arzt in Prag ernannt. - Titel mit zeitgenössischem Vermerk "Daß Astrolombium [!] kan bei Mihr gemacht werden, und alle zait fertig gefunden werden". Das letzte weiße Blatt mit einem Rezept von derselben Hand. - Durchgehend gebräunt und wasserrandig; Randläsuren bzw. kl. Eckverluste (durchwegs ohne Textberührung) teils hinterlegt. - VD 16, C 5029. IA 144.400. Zinner 1295. Schottenloher, Erlinger, 40. Vgl. Houzeau/Lancaster 3259.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2018-06-29 07:06:35
POMPONAZZI, PIETRO [PETRUS POMPONATIUS]. - [THE FREEDOM FROM DOCTRINAL ORTHODOXY]
Venice, Octavianus Scotus, 1525. Small folio. Bound in a lovely 18th century full green morocco binding with richly gilt spine, triple gilt line-borders to boards, double gilt lines to edges of boards, and inner gilt dentelles. All edges gilt. A few leaves a little closely shaven. Title-page and final blank slightly dusty/browned and last few leaves with a faint small, marginal damp stain, far from affecting text - otherwise a remarkably fine, clean, and fesh copy with only very minor occasional brownspotting. A beautiful printing with beautiful woodcut initials to almost all leaves. Large woodcut printer's device to colophon. A truly lovely copy, housed in a custom-made full leather box with gilt title to spine. 139 ff. ¶ The exceedingly scarce first edition of Pomponazzi's collected works, a milestone publication of Renaissance philosophy, which constitutes the authorized "opera" of Pomponazzi and brings together for the first time the known body of writing of arguably THE most important philosopher of the Renaissance, disseminating them to a wider audience. This seminal publication, printed in the year of Pomponazzi's death, remains to this day the standard edition of and the main source of reference to the works of "The last Scholastic and the first man of the Enlightenment" (Sandy, Randall, Kristeller). It greatly influenced the dissemination of his works and thought and came to directly influence philosophical and scientific thought of centuries to come. "Pomponazzi's thought and reputation were extremely influential in the centuries after his death. Even before it wa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-26 06:53:17
Heynlin, Johannes [or Iohannes de Lapide].
Remarkably rare Spanish illustrated gothic printing by Coci in Zaragoza, of one of the most re-printed works relating to the celebration of the mass; by Lapide, a Parisian theologian and Carthusian monk, who taught Geiler at Basel. Collection of questions and answers relating to the celebration of the Mass first published circa 1492-93 and frequently reprinted through the 16thcentury. The illustration is comprised of a woodcut of a priest celebrating Mass on title. "Johann Heynlin (Johannes de Lapide, c. 1430-1496) was teaching theology and philosophy in Paris, in Basle, and in Tuebingen. He was representing realism in philosophy and was successful in opposing nominalism at the Universities of Paris and Basle. He was also instrumental in establishing the first printing press in Paris, together with Fichet and Gering.-His numerous sermons are still unprinted; the Resolutorium is his principal theological work; it deals with the liturgy and the Holy Mass. He reinstated the original liturgy and cleared the Mass from abuses and misunderstandings." (William Salloch. Catalogue 322. A Selection of Rare Books. Including a Few Manuscripts, Prints Drawings, 1975, 322-56, 500 u$s, for the 1492 Froben edition). Exceedingly rare Coci printing, this edition is not in Palau, OCLC, USTC, or CCPBE.
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2018-06-24 07:27:38
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?ninger? … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE [Netherlands]
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2018-06-05 18:34:01
PETRARCA Francesco
Stampato in Vinegia per Giovanniantonio et fratelli da Sabbio del mese d'Agosto l'Anno del Signore mille cinquecento venticinque [1525]. In-4 (210x150 mm.), pp. (24), cc. 201, pp. (120). 1 tavola incisa nel testo a doppia pagina raffigurante la provincia di Avignone. Legatura in piena pelle in stile retrospettivo (a imitazione di legature monastiche del primo 500), dorso a nervi con fregi geometrici a secco. Bell'esemplare con lievi e marginali segni del tempo, completo anche della carta bianca C4. Prima edizione del Canzoniere con il commento di Alessandro Vellutello, che ebbe di qui in poi un'immensa fortuna di pubblico e di critica, essendo stato ristampato circa trenta volte. Il Canzoniere è preceduto dalle vite del Petrarca e di Madonna Laura, scritte sempre dal Vellutello, e seguito dai Trionfi, annunciati da un frontespizio autonomo. E' questa inoltre la prima volta in cui il Canzoniere appare diviso in tre parti, con i Trionfi che ne costituiscono una quarta e distinta parte. Per la sua rarità questa stampa venne in passato ritenuta immaginaria, come si legge nel commento del Serassi alle Rime del Patrarca stampate nel 1746 in Bergamo dal Volpi. Bibliografia: Marsand, p.39. Gamba, 714. Hortis, 47. Cicogna, Iscrizioni, IV, p. 94 et ss. Brunet IV, 548: "fort rare". Graesse V, 226. Non in Collection Pétrarquesque dell'Olschki (1905). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2018-05-23 07:24:17
GIOVIO PAOLO (Novocomensis)
(In fine) Roma, Franciscus Minitius Calvus, 1525, in 4, SENZA COP. (preparato per la rilegatura e conservato in semplice cartella in cartonato recente); 20 cc.n.n. (A-E4). Bel frontesp. racchiuso a p. pagina entro larga cornice architettonica con motivi floreali e figure. ESEMPLARE ASSAI FRESCO E CON AMPI MARGINI (traccia di tarlo, chiusa, all’angolino bianco sup. verso la costola, lontano dal testo, per tutto il vol.). Edizione originale molto rara (ristampata poi dal Froben, nel 1527.). " nel 1525 Giovio, dal 1514 attivo alla Corte Pontificia approfittando della visita a Roma presso Clemente VII di DEMETRIO GEROSIMOV, ambasciatore del Grand Duca di Moscovia BASILIO III, dedicò al Papa il LIBELLUS frutto dei colloqui avuti con il diplomatico moscovita, dando spazio ad uno degli aspetti della sua storiografia: l’interesse per la geografia. Descrive l’ambiente, la natura, gli usi, i costumi e la religione del popolo russo confutando, in alcuni casi, quanto tramandato dai classici latini. Vi è uno spiccato interesse storico-culturale per quel mondo lontano e per certi versi ancora sconosciuto e per quel Principe Interesse dettato anche dal ruolo politico-religioso che lo stato di Moscovia rivestiva in quegli anni negli equilibri geo-politici Europei È LA PRIMA OPERA PROPOSTA AL PUBBLICO EUROPEO SULL’ARGOMENTO RUSSIA AGLI INIZI DEL ’500 " (Treccani). STC; p. 303. Adams; G/633. Secondo ICCU solo 5 copie censite nelle biblioteche italiane.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Tonini [Ravenna, Italy]
2018-05-11 06:28:20
(In fine: Venetiis, Melchior Sessa & Petrus de Ravanis, socii que diligentissime imprimendum curaverunt, Mensis Decembris die. xxiiii. Anno...incarnationis 1525). In 8 (cm. 29,5x21,5), cc. 182-(54: manca carta segn. E2), al front. tit. entro ampia cornice xilogr. con figure e segn. con monogramma di Giovanni Andrea Vavassore, marca tipogr. in fine, iniz. ornate e figur., testo greco-latino su 2 e 3 coll., ll. 57 per col., leg. modesta cart. A margine molte chiose ad inchiostro in greco di mano colta (sec. XVI). Sul retro faccia anter. della copertina firma di Elia Stefano. Sull' ultima carta varie annotazioni ad inchiostro tra cui "Questo dizionario fu comprato dal librajo sotto la Rajia (Falsina) il dì 21. aprile 1820. da me Pietro Zani abit. al N. 737. in Brescia Strada Larga". Pietro Zani (1748-1821), abate e letterato, fu vice-bibliotecario della "Palatina" di Parma con facoltà di rimanere a Borgo San Donnino (Frati C. Diz. bio-bibliografico, 579). Front. un po' consunto con picc. asportazione all' ang. infer. e strappetti, macchiette in alcune carte, lieve gora all' ang. infer. di circa metà volume, restauri al margine interno di poche carte. Essling, II/II, p. 514, n. 2296. Sander, n. 2413:" Page du titre, grand encadrement à figures, copie d' après la gravure de Hans Holbein "Table de Cébés" (paru pour la premère fois dans le "Novum Testamentum" d' Erasme, imprimé a Bale en 1522)".
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-11 06:28:20
LEONE, Ambrogio (1459-ca. 1525)
Venezia, Melchiorre Sessa and Pietro Ravani, 1525. In 8vo (mm 150x105). Cc. [75 di 84] Collation: a-i8 k4 A8. Mancano la carta bianca k4 e l'intero fascicolo A, di otto carte, che contiene, come appendice, lo pseudo-aristotelico De virtutibus et vitiis. Il testo del De nobilitate rerum dialogus è completo, terminando alla carta k3r. Titolo entro bella cornice xilografica. Cartone posteriore. Fioriture sparse, aloni alla fine del volume, piccoli segni di tarlo nelle prime venti carte circa che solo a tratti toccano il testo. Rarissima prima edizione di quest'opera sull'importanza della cose, la cui pubblicazione fu curata dal figlio dell'autore Camillo Leone, che firma anche la dedica a Enrico Orsini, Principe di Nola. La seconda operetta, intitolata De virtutibus et vitiis, qui putroppo mancante, è di attribuzione incerta. Nello schema di Leo, in cui vengono discussi tutti i regni dello scibile, la paglia è inferiore al legno, la pietra al metallo, il metallo alle gemme, gli animali all'uomo e l'uomo agli esseri celesti. Edit 16, CNCE30071; USTC, 837948. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-05-06 09:00:11
JEAN DE BAUDREUIL, Sommaire abrégé des ducs de Orléans-Longueville
1525. NEWLY-DISCOVERED illuminated dedication copy made for Louis II, the 5th Duke of Orléans- Longueville, confirmING his rights to the duchy and other lands. Illuminated manuscript on parchment, in French, France, likely Paris, c. 1525 (likely after 1524). Dimensions 255 x 180 mm. 32 folios, written in a French lettre bâtarde on up to 21 lines, large opening initial in blue on a red ground highlighted in liquid gold, 32 painted heraldic shields, one large full-page miniature set in a liquid gold architectural frame. BINDING: Old red velvet over boards. TEXT: The manuscript is an abridged summary of the rights and claims over the lands and titles of the House of Orléans-Longueville, with historical justifications, as well as the identification of the customs that apply to the various lands and fiefdoms under their rule. Very little is known about the author. ILLUSTRATION: Among the four other identified copies of this work, the present manuscript is the only one to contain a full-page frontispiece miniature indicating that this was most likely the dedication copy made for Louis II d'Orléans-Longueville. The full-page miniature symbolically depicts the moment when the fiefdom of Châtelaillon is granted to the Counts of Dunois by Charles VII as two knights meeting on horseback. It was painted by the Master of the Paris Entries and his workshop in their characteristic graphic style. PROVENANCE: Manuscript copied and painted in France, likely in Paris, given the frontispiece miniature painted in a Parisian workshop. A shelfmark was added in the sixteenth-century. CONDITION: Tr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures (ABAA & ILAB) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2018-05-03 05:12:03
(In fine: Venetiis, Melchior Sessa & Petrus de Ravanis, socii que diligentissime imprimendum curaverunt, Mensis Decembris die. xxiiii. Anno...incarnationis 1525). In 8 (cm. 29,5x21,5), cc. 182-(54: manca carta segn. E2), al front. tit. entro ampia cornice xilogr. con figure e segn. con monogramma di Giovanni Andrea Vavassore, marca tipogr. in fine, iniz. ornate e figur., testo greco-latino su 2 e 3 coll., ll. 57 per col., leg. modesta cart. A margine molte chiose ad inchiostro in greco di mano colta (sec. XVI). Sul retro faccia anter. della copertina firma di Elia Stefano. Sull' ultima carta varie annotazioni ad inchiostro tra cui "Questo dizionario fu comprato dal librajo sotto la Rajia (Falsina) il dì 21. aprile 1820. da me Pietro Zani abit. al N. 737. in Brescia Strada Larga". Pietro Zani (1748-1821), abate e letterato, fu vice-bibliotecario della "Palatina" di Parma con facoltà di rimanere a Borgo San Donnino (Frati C. Diz. bio-bibliografico, 579). Front. un po' consunto con picc. asportazione all' ang. infer. e strappetti, macchiette in alcune carte, lieve gora all' ang. infer. di circa metà volume, restauri al margine interno di poche carte. Essling, II/II, p. 514, n. 2296. Sander, n. 2413:" Page du titre, grand encadrement à figures, copie d' après la gravure de Hans Holbein "Table de Cébés" (paru pour la premère fois dans le "Novum Testamentum" d' Erasme, imprimé a Bale en 1522)".
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-03 05:12:03
(In fine: Venetiis, Melchior Sessa & Petrus de Ravanis, socii que diligentissime imprimendum curaverunt, Mensis Decembris die. xxiiii. Anno...incarnationis 1525). In 8 (cm. 29,5x21,5), cc. 182-(54: manca carta segn. E2), al front. tit. entro ampia cornice xilogr. con figure e segn. con monogramma di Giovanni Andrea Vavassore, marca tipogr. in fine, iniz. ornate e figur., testo greco-latino su 2 e 3 coll., ll. 57 per col., leg. modesta cart. A margine molte chiose ad inchiostro in greco di mano colta (sec. XVI). Sul retro faccia anter. della copertina firma di Elia Stefano. Sull' ultima carta varie annotazioni ad inchiostro tra cui "Questo dizionario fu comprato dal librajo sotto la Rajia (Falsina) il dì 21. aprile 1820. da me Pietro Zani abit. al N. 737. in Brescia Strada Larga". Pietro Zani (1748-1821), abate e letterato, fu vice-bibliotecario della "Palatina" di Parma con facoltà di rimanere a Borgo San Donnino (Frati C. Diz. bio-bibliografico, 579). Front. un po' consunto con picc. asportazione all' ang. infer. e strappetti, macchiette in alcune carte, lieve gora all' ang. infer. di circa metà volume, restauri al margine interno di poche carte. Essling, II/II, p. 514, n. 2296. Sander, n. 2413:" Page du titre, grand encadrement à figures, copie d' après la gravure de Hans Holbein "Table de Cébés" (paru pour la premère fois dans le "Novum Testamentum" d' Erasme, imprimé a Bale en 1522)".
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-03 05:12:02
(In fine: Venetiis, Melchior Sessa & Petrus de Ravanis, socii que diligentissime imprimendum curaverunt, Mensis Decembris die. xxiiii. Anno...incarnationis 1525). In 8 (cm. 29,5x21,5), cc. 182-(54: manca carta segn. E2), al front. tit. entro ampia cornice xilogr. con figure e segn. con monogramma di Giovanni Andrea Vavassore, marca tipogr. in fine, iniz. ornate e figur., testo greco-latino su 2 e 3 coll., ll. 57 per col., leg. modesta cart. A margine molte chiose ad inchiostro in greco di mano colta (sec. XVI). Sul retro faccia anter. della copertina firma di Elia Stefano. Sull' ultima carta varie annotazioni ad inchiostro tra cui "Questo dizionario fu comprato dal librajo sotto la Rajia (Falsina) il dì 21. aprile 1820. da me Pietro Zani abit. al N. 737. in Brescia Strada Larga". Pietro Zani (1748-1821), abate e letterato, fu vice-bibliotecario della "Palatina" di Parma con facoltà di rimanere a Borgo San Donnino (Frati C. Diz. bio-bibliografico, 579). Front. un po' consunto con picc. asportazione all' ang. infer. e strappetti, macchiette in alcune carte, lieve gora all' ang. infer. di circa metà volume, restauri al margine interno di poche carte. Essling, II/II, p. 514, n. 2296. Sander, n. 2413:" Page du titre, grand encadrement à figures, copie d' après la gravure de Hans Holbein "Table de Cébés" (paru pour la premère fois dans le "Novum Testamentum" d' Erasme, imprimé a Bale en 1522)".
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-01 16:38:36
LEONE AMBROGIO (Nolano)
(in fine) Venetiis, M. Sessa e Petrus de Ravanis socios, 1525 mense Septembri. In 8, ben leg. pien. perg. orig. (dorso in parte asportato); 84 cc.n.n. (76 – ultima b. + 8 con frontesp. separato). INTERNAM. MOLTO FRESCO E CON OTTIMI MARGINI. Primo frontesp. inquadrato a p. pag. con motivi architettonici e figure. Edizione originale e unica di quest’opera del celebre medico di Nola, morto a Venezia nel 1525 " molto dotto nella lingua greca e latina fu amicissimo di Erasmo " (Diz. Passigli, 3; 630). STC - ’500, p. 374. Non in Adams.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Tonini [Ravenna, Italy]
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