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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 [US]
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]. Folio (306 x 209 mm). 17th-century sprinkled calf, spine lettered and tooled in gilt, red speckled edges. 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. Woodcut Aldine device on title and on verso of final leaf. 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 know … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Völkel [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, US]
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]
2019-02-16 09:12:21
Boccaccio, Giovanni.
(Florence), [heirs of Filippo Giunta the elder], (1525). 8vo. 72 ff. Contemporary full vellum with remains of a giltstamped spine label. All edges coloured. Second Giunta edition of the "Corbaccio", which first appeared in 1487 and was first (and similarly anonymously) printed by Filippo Giunta in 1516: "una materiale ristampa di questa edizione, fatta pagina a pagina e riga a riga" (Gamba); "ces deux editions sont assez rares" (Brunet). This bawdy satire, supposedly based on a Florentine widow who turned down Boccaccio, was as popular as it remains controversial for its scurrilous and misogynistic elements. The text is prefixed by a letter from Filippo Giunta's son Bernardo "a'gli amatori della lingua Toscana"; leaves 57ff. contain Boccaccio's letter to Pino di Rossi. - Provenance: with engraved bookplate of Lord Robert Spencer (1747-1831), British Whig politician, to front pastedown. The youngest son of Charles Spencer, 3rd Duke of Marlborough, the hero of the Seven Years' War, Lord Robert was the nephew of the politician John Spencer, 5th paternal great grandfather of Diana, Princess of Wales, and brother of George Spencer, the great-great-great grandfather of Sir Winston Churchill. Occasional light brownstaining and slight traces of worming to the blank lower margins of the first two leaves, but altogether a well-preserved, charming and authentic example of this rare and desirable edition. Edit 16, CNCE 6267. Adams B 2182. Renouard Supplément, p. XLIX, no. 79. Brunet I, 1016. Gamba 203 (note). Panzer VII, 40f., 219. Bandini, Juntarum Typographiae Annales II, 199. OCLC 6 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-02-14 08:07:05
BRILLAT-SAVARIN, Jean-Anthelme (1755-1826)
A. Sautelet et Cie, Libraires, 1525. Due volumi in 8vo (mm. 212x130). Pp. 412; 440. Occhietti, ornamento xilografico ai frontespizi. Mezza pelle coeva con fregi, filetti e titolo in oro ai dorsi, piatti rivestiti in carta marmorizzata (cerniere un po' consunte). Lievi aloni e leggere fioriture marginali. Intonso con barbe. SECONDA EDIZIONE della principale opera dell'autore, con la quale nasce la figura dell'intellettuale gastronomo e nella quale sono abilmente mescolate nozioni scientifiche, riflessioni filosofiche, aneddoti storici, consigli e ricordi. L'opera fu un caposaldo teorico dellacucina borghese ed esercitò una straordinaria influenza sulla letteratura culinaria successiva. La prima edizione era apparsa nel 1525, ma le 500 copie in cui fu tirata, andarono presto esaurite. Questa seconda edizione contiene una breve biografica dell'autore che non compare nella prima. Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin fu politico e gastronomo francese. Dopo essersi laureato in legge, nel 1789 fu eletto deputato all'Assemblea Costituente. Terminato il mandato, fu nominato consigliere della Corte di Cassazione. Durante il Terrore riparò in Svizzera e poi a New York. Tornato in patria dopo l'instaurazione del Direttorio, riebbe la carica di consigliere di Cassazione e fu insignito della Legion d'Onore. Brillat-Savarin "remained a bachelor and spent his leisure time drafting various treatises on economics and history and an essay on the duel. He was interested in archaeology, astronomy, chemistry, and, of course, gastronomy, appreciating good restaurants [...] He entertained frequently at h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2019-02-12 07:23:03
FREGOSO, Antonio
Venezia, Niccolò Zoppino, 1525. In 8vo (mm. 152x101). Cc. [32]. Segnatura: A-D8. Frontespizio con al centro una grande figura in legno raffigurante la fortuna nuda che naviga sorreggendo una vela. Colophon a c. D8r. Marca tipografica al verso dell'ultima carta. Legatura di inizio Novecento in marocchino rosso, piatti entro triplice filettatura dorata, titolo in oro lungo il dorso, dentelles e risguardi marmorizzati. Lievi fioriture. Ottima copia marginosa. RARA EDIZIONE, probabilmente la quinta o la sesta in assoluto, una ristampa della seconda edizione zoppiniana del 1523, di questa fortunata opera in versi, che apparve per la prima volta a Milano nel 1519 e fu successivamente più volte ristampata. Nel Dialogo l'autore sostiene la tesi, di ascendenza erasmiana, che sia saggio difendere l'idea della presenza nella vita dell'uomo di un operare fortuito, il quale non esclude, pur discostandosene, la volontà divina. Si tratta di un poema in 18 capitoli scritto in forma di dialogo filosofico-allegorico tra Lancino Curti, Bartolomeo Simonetta e lo stesso Fregoso. Antonio Fregoso nacque probabilmente a Carrara, figlio illegittimo di Spinetta, signore della città e membro della nobile famiglia genovese dei Fregoso, il quale non avendo eredi maschi lo fece legittimare. Dopo la morte di quest'ultimo nel 1467 si trasferì a Milano presso il tutore testamentario nominato dal padre. Nel 1472 Galeazzo Maria Sforza gli concesse la cittadinanza milanese. Nel 1478 Gian Galeazzo lo fece cavaliere. Per i suoi servigi ottenne in dono il feudo di Sannazzaro in Lomellina, che poi perse in seguit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2019-02-11 17:34:25
BEMBO, Pietro.
Tacuino Giovanni, 1525. In folio (mm. 304x216). Cc. XCIIII [i.e. 95]. Manca l'ultima carta bianca. Segnatura: A-Q6. Titolo stampato al verso del primo foglio. Colophon alla carta Q5v. Note marginali (per lo più correzioni ed integrazioni al testo) e sottolineature manoscritte coeve. Al contropiatto anteriore ex-libris nobiliare settecentesco del Conte della Trinità inciso in rame da Stagnon e nota manoscritta "Bonne edition, rare, et recherchée. V. Osmont T. I. p. 91"; al contropiatto posteriore altra nota, vergata in inchiostro rosso e marrone, "5253 p.l. 6 Haym. 181=2. prima edizione". Cartone coevo con tre nervi passanti in pergamena, titolo manoscritto sul dorso e sul piatto anteriore. Qualche lieve alone e macchia marginale, ma bellissima copia a grandi margini nel suo cartonato originale. PRIMA EDIZIONE. Essendo l'opera protetta da un privilegio di stampa della durata di dieci anni, poco dopo la sua uscita apparve un'edizione contraffatta, in tutto identica all'originale, salvo che per le seguenti caratteristiche: a carta G6r, riga 22, l'edizione originale presenta il refuso "altre" per "arte" corretto a margine con una nota manoscritta, mentre la contraffazione reca la correzione a stampa nel testo; lo specchio di stampa della contraffazione è lievemente più stretto (mm. 200x121 invece di mm. 200x123); nel colophon la contraffazione banalizza il corretto "le stampino" in "la stampino"; la filigrana della contraffazione (cappello ecclesiastico sormontato da un fiore e contromarca d'angolo "A") differisce da quella dell'edizione originale (cappello ecclesiastico sormon … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2019-02-09 13:44:34
LOPEZ DE MENDOZA, Íñigo [Marqués de Santillana,1398-1458].
[Toledo, Gaspar de Ávila, 1525]. Folio; 28 hojas, de 32, faltando la hoja con signatura dI y las tres hojas finales. Falta parcial de texto en la última hoja conservada, de algunas letras en la hoja con signatura dIII y márgenes blancos recortados en hoja dIIII. Portada orlada con un bloque grabado xilográfico central que muestra un monje escribiendo en un jardín, con animales a su alrededor. Impresión gótica, a dos columnas, de 47 lineas. Encuadernación moderna en piel.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros [ES]
2019-02-02 18:46:39
Martin Luther
Extremely rare 1st edition, complete and in very good condition; very little foxing, some soiling to latter pages. 1525 Martin Luther De Servo Arbitrio: On the Bondage of the Will Printed by Johann Lufft, Wittemberg, Dezember 1525 Size: 6-1/4 x 4-1/2 x 1-1/4 Condition Report: Extremely rare 1st edition, complete and in very good condition; very little foxing, some soiling to latter pages. History of Luther's De Servo Arbitrio Martin Luther's De Servo Arbitrio, was published in December 1525. It was his reply to Desiderius Erasmus' De libero arbitrio diatribe sive collatio or On Free Will, which had appeared in September 1524 as Erasmus' first public attack on Luther. The topic of Free Will, or rather the lack thereof, is whether human beings, after the Fall of Man, are free to choose good or evil. The debate between Luther and Erasmus is one of the earliest of the Reformation over the issue of free will and predestination. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Books of Truth [Broomfield, Colorado, US]
2019-02-02 15:03:23
1525. Giovanni de VIGO De Vigo en francoys. Sensuyt la pratique et chirurgie de tres excellent docteur en médecine Maistre Jean de Vigo. Nouvellement translatée de latin en français. A l'utilité publique et principale des chirurgiens. Lyon, Benoit Bounyn (et de Jean Planfoys), 1525 Première édition en français de l'ouvrage de Vigo, la traduction est de Nicolas Godin. C'est un des rares livres de chirurgie publiés en français durant la Renaissance. Garrison-Morton 5559-1 (first ed., Rome, 1514) : "The first complete system of surgery after that of Guy de Chauliac. It contains an account of gunshot wounds and a section on syphilis." Titre en noir et rouge avec encadrement gravé et marque d'imprimeur au centre. Nombreuses initiales historiées. Texte sur deux colonnes en caractères gothiques. La seconde partie a sa propre page de titre, avec le même encadrement gravé. Titre sali, taches sur plusieurs feuillets, dos de la reliure discrètement restauré. Le dernier feuillet (dd8), qui est blanc avec une marque de l'imprimeur, manque à cet exemplaire comme à celui de la bibliothèque Waller. Provenance : signature de l'époque sur le titre : R. Imbert. plus de détails et de photos.
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude (robinier) [Paris, FR]
2019-02-02 15:03:23
Ulrich ZWINGLI
Tiguri (i.e. Zurich, Switzerland): 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 petites déc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amiralakbar [Switzerland, Schweiz, CH]
2019-02-02 10:05:50
Marcantonio RAIMONDI
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 [Roma, Italy]
2019-02-01 18:55:47
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]
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2019-02-01 15:28:22
Joachim, Abbot of Fiore
Bernardinus Benalius, 1525. with woodcut border on title, repeated with variations at beginning of text, two woodcuts and several woodcut diagrammatic illustrations, woodcut initials of various sorts including 2 historiated, ff. [xx], 62, 4to, [bound with:] Liber co[n]cordie novi ac veteris Testamenti: nunc primo impressus et in lucem editus . [colophon:] Venice: Simon de Luere, 13 April 1519, woodcut initials, 3 diagramatic illustrations in text, 1 full-page, ff. [iv], 135, lacking the terminal blank, contemporary Venetian calf, blind roll tooled borders on sides, with a central lozenge design, edges tooled in blind (gauffered without the gilt), titled in ink on foredge ('Joachim in Hieremiam'), traces of 4 ties, skilfully rebacked, repairs to corners, &c, very good. First edition of both works, and a rather lovely volume. 'Dante voiced the general opinion of his age in declaring Joachim one "endowed with prophetic spirit." But he himself always disclaimed the title of prophet. The interpretation of Scriptural prophecy, with reference to the history and the future of the Church, is the main theme of his three chief works: "Liber Concordiae Novi ac Veteris Testamenti," "Expositio in Apocalipsim," and "Psalterium Decem Cordarum." The mystical basis of his teaching is the doctrine of the "Eternal Gospel," founded on a strained interpretation of the text in the Apocalypse (14:6). There are three states of the world, corresponding to the three Persons of the Blessed Trinity. In the first age the Father ruled, representing power and inspiring fear, to which the Old Testament dis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
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2019-01-31 20:55:07
PLINE L'ANCIEN the Elder
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 Pliny Elder Natural History Astronomie Magic Gemology Bestiary P.Incunable 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 astronomie aîné histoire naturelle de Pline l'ancien Magic gemmologie bestiaire P. Incunable « La seule certitude est que rien n'est certain » -Pline l'ancien, Naturalis Historia, LIVRE II Pline l'ancien était l'un des plus importants 1er-les auteurs romains siècle dont on se souvient de son encyclopédique fonctionne « Naturalis Historia » qui allait devenir le modèle pour les encyclopédies. « Histoire naturelle » est souvent pensé pour l'être seul plus grand travail qui survivent à l'Empire romain et couvre un vaste champ de connaissances, y compris l'astronomie, météorologie, géographie, zoologie, botanique, agriculture, médecine, ainsi que magie, alchimie et gemmologie. Pline a également fait remarquer certains événements miraculeux dans ce livre, y compris les îles flottantes sur le lac Vadimon et donne une attention particulière à la magie, déclarant que magie provenait de plus avoir de médicaments et devrait ont fleuri aux côtés de l'évolution de la médecine. Numéro d'article : #5299 Prix : $1950 Pline l'ancien Prima [et secunda] pars Plyniani indicis, ī qua mira lr̄arum connexione, dn̄r ea oīa, geographiā preter (nâ hāc amplectitur pars alter) que t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-31 19:03:30
Decio decius decii
Decio Philippe, Philippi Decii 5 ouvrages d'une insigne rareté imprimés à Lyon de 1525 à 1533 par Moylin et par Mareschal. Prima pars consiliorum domini Philippi Decii(...) Secunda pars Consiliorum Domini (...)Tertium volumen (...)Secunda pars tertii voluminis(...) Quartum Volumen relié en deux volumes grand in folio. Prima pars consiliorum domini Philippi Decii(...) 150 feuillets, 8 feuillets, le dernier blanc. A la fin, Lugduni per Jo Moylin alias Cambray 1526. Caractères gothiques. Texte sur deux colonnes, lettrines ornées. Page de titre avec grand encadrement gravé sur bois titre en rouge et noir avec la grande marque de Vincent de Portonaris (Reproduit par Baudrier V,425 mais qui ne décrit pas ce volume.) Secunda pars Consiliorum Domini Philippi Decii 96 feuillets, 6 feuillets. A la fin, Lugduni par Jo Moylin Alias Cambray semblable au tome précédent mais la marque de Vincent de Portonaris est différente (Marque N° 10 de Baudrier V.413 qui ne décrit pas ce volume.) Tertium volumen 87 feuillets, 7 feuillets au colophon Lugduni impressa per Jacobum Mareschal 1525 semblable à Prima Pars Baudrier décrit ce volumeV425,426 : " Cette édition nous est uniquement connue par le volume décrit, l'exemplaire du séminaire de Clermont n'ayant pu être retrouvé (2 exemplaires localisés Avignon et Clermont mais perdus.)". Secunda pars tertii voluminis 11 feuillets, feuillets 88 à 194 au colophon Lugduni typis fidelissimi calchographi Joanis Mareschal 1533 semblable aux tomes précédents mais avec une page de titre complètement différente. Grand encadrement gravé sur bois représentant dix … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL (abigalivre) [Charly, FR]
2019-01-31 16:25:52
Ulrich ZWINGLI
Tiguri (i.e. Zurich, Switzerland): 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 petites déc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amiralakbar [Switzerland, Schweiz, CH]
2019-01-31 13:02:10
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]
2019-01-30 00:28:40
Grabador: Rudolph Manuel-Deutsch, Hans, Dibujante:Rudolph Manuel-Deutsch, Hans
Alemania. HANS RUDOLPH MANUEL-DEUTSCH (1525-1571) (grabado) Rara estampa del Atlas: Cosmographiae Universalis escrito por Sebastian Munster. Basel, 1540-1568 (edición de 1559). Aceptable estado de conservación. Ligero pliege central donde la tinta se ha desvanecido levemente. Siglo: XVI.Xilografía. Papel verjurado. Grabador: Rudolph Manuel-Deutsch, Hans. Dibujante: Rudolph Manuel-Deutsch, Hans. 1540-1568 (edició 1559). Altura papelt: 288. Anchura papel: 363. Altura plancha:. Anchura plancha:
Bookseller: Palau Antiguitats [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-01-29 22:27:50
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]
2019-01-29 17:27:20
Vigo, Johannes de / Giovanni da (ca. 1450 - ca. 1525)
Lyon: Benoit Bounyn & Jehan Planfoys, 1525. First Edition. Very good. 4to. 2 parts in one volume. 199, [1], 26, [6] ff. Collation: Ad I: a-z8 (u, w omitted), A-B8. Ad II: a-d8. COMPLETE. Full calf antique, blind tooled in the style of the early 16th-century. Title-page a little soiled (old repair at inside margin, affecting woodcut border), several early ownership inscriptions washed out, ink stain on fol. 75v, staining in final 10 ff. (most pronounced on final leaf, which bears Bounyn's BB device). ONE OF THE FOREMOST BOOKS ON SURGERY TO APPEAR IN THE 16TH CENTURY. This is the scarce first French edition, which is also the first in any vernacular language. Vigo's exceptional "Cirurgie" is justly considered to be the most complete system of surgery after that of Guy de Chauliac. Vigo was a pioneer of modern surgery, and was one of the first to provide a coherent treatise for the discipline. "It was a book which especially suited a practitioner who knew nothing of anatomy and feared or dislike to make use of the knife" (Garrison-Morton). This was the first major surgical work to discuss syphilis, and one of the only works before the time of Pare to treat gunshot wounds -- the two greatest problems faced by surgeons before the Renaissance" (Norman). That Pare's used the 1525 French edition of Vigo is clear from his reference to it on p. 358 of the 1575 Oeuvres. In addition, there are long sections on anatomy, abscesses, wounds, ulcers, gout, toothache, fractures and dislocations, remedies and antidotes, maritime diseases, aphrodisiacs, cosmetics, obesity and anorexia, as we … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC [Lockhart, TX, U.S.A.]
2019-01-22 20:06:43
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]
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, 1525; & Paris, Wolfgang Hopyl and. 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, occasi … [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]
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