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2020-06-29 00:33:25
1527. Uno splendido esemplare del celebre Decameroncino degli Elzevier; bella legatura coeva in pieno marocchino granata. BOCCACCIO Giovanni I L D E C A M E R O N D I M E S S E R GIOVANNI BOCCACCI Cittadino Fiorentino. (SFERA ARMILLARE) Sì come lo diedero alle Stampe gli SSri Giunti l'anno 1527. I N A M S T E R D A M O. M DC LXV. AMSTERDAM (Daniel Elzevier) 1665 Un volume in sedicesimo (cm. 14,5 x 8) di pagine (24), 744. Al frontespizio incisione xilografica della Sfera Armillare, marca tipografica degli Elzevier; il frontespizio é stampato a due colori; nel testo molte iniziali e testatine incise in xilografia; il testo delle novelle é stampato con minuto ma nitidissimo e ben leggibile carattere romano, mentre i titoli delle novelle, e il proemio sono stampati in carattere corsivo. SPLENDIDA LEGATURA COEVA in pieno marocchino granata con i piatti contornati da più cornici e filetti impressi in oro; il dorso a cinque nervi e suddiviso in sei scomparti contornati da duplici filetti dorati con decorazione a fogliame negli angoli e fiore centrale; il titolo é dorato su un tassello di pelle verde scuro; filetto ai labbri; dentella interna; sguardie in carta policroma decorata a pettine; tagli dorati; la legatura é conservata entro un astuccio bordato in marocchino rosso e rivestito di carta policroma con disegno simile a quello delle sguardie, di epoca moderna. Al contropiatto anteriore ex libris figurato e piccola etichetta della libreria antiquaria "Il Polifilo"; al successivo foglio di guardia antico timbretto "S W S - MDCCCX" OTTIMO FRESCO ESEMPLARE nella sua elegante prima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, Italy]
2020-06-22 13:51:08
Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
Toscolano, Italy: Paganino and Alessandro Paganini, 1527. Good condition. [DANTE ALIGHIERI]. Dante col sito, et forma dell' inferno. Toscolano: Paganino and Alessandro Paganini, [c.1527-1533]. Hardcover. Full vellum. Small octavo (155 x 90mm), [247] leaves: woodcut illustration, map. Signatures: a-z⁸ A-H⁸ (L2 blank). Title on title page verso: Lo'nferno e'l purgatorio e'l paradiso di Dante Alaghieri. Italian text in italic type. Near contemporary vellum, smooth spine, brown calf lettering-piece, gilt titles. First 111 pages numbered by hand in upper margin, 3-line initial spaces with guide-letters, with blank L2, double-page woodcut illustration showing Jerusalem and the descent through purgatory and hell on H4-H5, and 1 full-page diagram of hell and purgatory verso of H5, Paganini's colophon on final leaf, Registro on H4. Condition: Binding tight and secure, the covers somewhat grubby. This copy lacking leaf H6, which bears the final two woodcut schemas (copies of which are supplied in photocopy). Some browning and a few folded page corners, otherwise a generally good copy. Listing note: A very scarce edition of Dante's Divine Comedy. An imitation by Paganini of the Aldus edition of 1515. cf. Renaissance Dante in Print, 1472-1629, according to Renouard, the type size is bigger than the italic type used by Aldus. Printers identified as Paganino Paganini and son Alexander Paganino from colophon, which reads: "P[aganinus] [&] Alex. Pag. Benacenses f[ecerunt] Bena[cus] v[ivat] v[ivat]." See F.J. Norton, Italian printers 1501-1520, p. 116, citing Luigi Lechi, Della tipografia b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-06-21 23:13:03
1527. Uno splendido esemplare del celebre Decameroncino degli Elzevier; bella legatura coeva in pieno marocchino granata. BOCCACCIO Giovanni I L D E C A M E R O N D I M E S S E R GIOVANNI BOCCACCI Cittadino Fiorentino. (SFERA ARMILLARE) Sì come lo diedero alle Stampe gli SSri Giunti l'anno 1527. I N A M S T E R D A M O. M DC LXV. AMSTERDAM (Daniel Elzevier) 1665 Un volume in sedicesimo (cm. 14,5 x 8) di pagine (24), 744. Al frontespizio incisione xilografica della Sfera Armillare, marca tipografica degli Elzevier; il frontespizio é stampato a due colori; nel testo molte iniziali e testatine incise in xilografia; il testo delle novelle é stampato con minuto ma nitidissimo e ben leggibile carattere romano, mentre i titoli delle novelle, e il proemio sono stampati in carattere corsivo. SPLENDIDA LEGATURA COEVA in pieno marocchino granata con i piatti contornati da più cornici e filetti impressi in oro; il dorso a cinque nervi e suddiviso in sei scomparti contornati da duplici filetti dorati con decorazione a fogliame negli angoli e fiore centrale; il titolo é dorato su un tassello di pelle verde scuro; filetto ai labbri; dentella interna; sguardie in carta policroma decorata a pettine; tagli dorati; la legatura é conservata entro un astuccio bordato in marocchino rosso e rivestito di carta policroma con disegno simile a quello delle sguardie, di epoca moderna. Al contropiatto anteriore ex libris figurato e piccola etichetta della libreria antiquaria "Il Polifilo"; al successivo foglio di guardia antico timbretto "S W S - MDCCCX" OTTIMO FRESCO ESEMPLARE nella sua elegante prima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, Italy]
2020-06-19 01:23:41
Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
Toscolano, Italy: Paganino and Alessandro Paganini, 1527. Good condition. [DANTE ALIGHIERI]. Dante col sito, et forma dell' inferno. Toscolano: Paganino and Alessandro Paganini, [c.1527-1533]. Hardcover. Full vellum. Small octavo (155 x 90mm), [247] leaves: woodcut illustration, map. Signatures: a-z⁸ A-H⁸ (L2 blank). Title on title page verso: Lo'nferno e'l purgatorio e'l paradiso di Dante Alaghieri. Italian text in italic type. Near contemporary vellum, smooth spine, brown calf lettering-piece, gilt titles. First 111 pages numbered by hand in upper margin, 3-line initial spaces with guide-letters, with blank L2, double-page woodcut illustration showing Jerusalem and the descent through purgatory and hell on H4-H5, and 1 full-page diagram of hell and purgatory verso of H5, Paganini's colophon on final leaf, Registro on H4. Condition: Binding tight and secure, the covers somewhat grubby. This copy lacking leaf H6, which bears the final two woodcut schemas (copies of which are supplied in photocopy). Some browning and a few folded page corners, otherwise a generally good copy. Listing note: A very scarce edition of Dante's Divine Comedy. An imitation by Paganini of the Aldus edition of 1515. cf. Renaissance Dante in Print, 1472-1629, according to Renouard, the type size is bigger than the italic type used by Aldus. Printers identified as Paganino Paganini and son Alexander Paganino from colophon, which reads: "P[aganinus] [&] Alex. Pag. Benacenses f[ecerunt] Bena[cus] v[ivat] v[ivat]." See F.J. Norton, Italian printers 1501-1520, p. 116, citing Luigi Lechi, Della tipografia b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-06-19 00:28:06
Ortelius, Abraham
Abraham Ortelius, geboren 1527 in Antwerpen, gestorben 1598 ebenda. Flämischer Geograph und Kartograf. Grenz- und Flächenkolorierter Original-Kupferstich "Toskana" von Abraham Ortelius um 1570 aus dem "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". Oben rechts Kartusche mit Putten, darunter Kartusche mit Text, darunter Meilenzeiger. Hinter Passepartout im teils vergoldeten Holzrahmen. Nicht ausgerahmt. Maße Abbildung: 31,5 x 49,5 cm. Maße Rahmen: 52,0 x 69,0 cm. Sehr gutes Exemplar in kräftigem Kolorit. Border and surface colored original copper engraving "Tuscany" by Abraham Ortelius around 1570 from the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". Cartouche with cherubs in the upper right, cartouche with text underneath, mileage pointer below. Behind passe-partout in a partly gilded wooden frame. Not framed out. Measure image: 31.5 x 49.5 cm. Measure frame: 52.0 x 69.0 cm. Very good exemplar in strong coloring. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Italien / Italy; Kartographie / cartography, mapping; Landkarten / Karten / maps / cards; Original-Kupferstich / original copper engraving
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR [Germany]
2020-06-18 23:18:23
1527. Condition: Buone condizioni. Condizioni generalmente molto buone, persino in sovraccoperta. Qualche inevitabile ingiallimento. 5 voll, pregevole ril. carton. con solida cust., dorso e angoli in pelle, nerv. al dorso, cm 35x25, pp compless. 1527. Copie anastatiche degli originali. Molto pregiati.
Bookseller: alenicc25 [Pisa, Italy]
2020-06-15 11:17:49
ULPIANUS of Emesa and Valerius HARPOCRATION.
Commentarioli in olynthiacas, philippicasque Demosthenis orationes. Enarrationes saneque necessariae in tredecim orationes Demosthenis. ...Dictionarium decem Rhetorum. [preceded by the titles in Greek].(Colophon: Venice, heirs of Aldus Manutius, and his father-in-law Andrea Torresano dAsola [& sons], June) 1527. Folio (31 x 21 cm). With Aldus's famous woodcut dolphin device on the title-page and an older but very similar version on the verso of the otherwise blank last leaf. Set in Greek type (the Upianus in 1 column; the Harpokation in 2 columns) with incidental roman. Recased in 18th-century vellum over flexible boards. 119, [1] ll. Second edition of the Greek commentaries and scholia on Demosthenes written by Ulpian of Emesa who taught rhetoric at Antioch in the reign of Constantine (324-337 AD) and wrote a number of declamations and rhetorical works. He is best known as the reputed author of the present scholia on the speeches of the greatest of all ancient Greek orators, Demosthenes (384-322 BC). Demosthenes's orations provide a very interesting insight into the life and culture of Athens during a period when he was attempting to rally the Athenian people against Philippus and Alexander the Great, the rulers of Macedonia, using all his gifts as an orator. The present second edition, printed and published by Aldus Manutius his father-in-law Andrea Torresano d'Asola and his sons, who ran the press until Aldus's son came of age, follows the text of Aldus's first edition. Torresano's presswork is excellent.On leaves 89-119 follows the Dictionarium decem Rhetorum (Lexicon o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:48:03
TORRENTINUS, Hermannus (Herman van der BEKE).
Elucidarius poeticus co[n]tinens historias poeticas, fabulas, insulas regiones, urbes, fluvios, mo[n]tesq[ue] insigniores, atq[ue] huiusmodi alia, ...Antwerp, Michiel Hillen van Hoogstraten, 1527. With the title in an elaborate woodcut border. With: (2) [FIOCCHI, Andrea Dominico (Andras Dominicus FLOCCUS)] under the name of Lucius FENESTELLA. De magistratibus, sacerdotiisq[ue] Romanorum libellus, iamprimum nitori restitutus.[Cologne, Hero Fuchs, 1527]. With the title in a finely cut 4-piece woodcut border. 2 editions in 1 volume. 8vo. 16th-century(?) limp vellum (formerly used for a slightly thinner book). The binding is an interesting example of a spine reinforced with a horizontal metal rod at the central sewing support to give more support and prevent the bookblock from becoming concaved or developing sharp kinks; probably bound in Flanders. [88]; [88] ll. Ad 1: Extremely rare third Antwerp edition of a well known Latin dictionary of classical antiquity by Hermannus Torrentinus, covering people, Gods, topographic names, etc., taken mostly from classical literature and arranged in alphabetical order. Pafraet published the first edition at Deventer in 1498 as Elucidarius carminum et historiarum vel vocabularius poeticus. The book went through about 70 editions in 50 years, making it one of the most popular reference works of its time and certainly the most important classical dictionary. Torrentinus (d. ca.1520) was born in Zwolle, studied under Alexander Hegius at Deventer, joined the Brethren of the Common Life and taught at Groningen and Zwolle. He wrote several small b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:02
TORRENTINUS, Hermannus (Herman van der BEKE).
Elucidarius poeticus co[n]tinens historias poeticas, fabulas, insulas regiones, urbes, fluvios, mo[n]tesq[ue] insigniores, atq[ue] huiusmodi alia, ...Antwerp, Michiel Hillen van Hoogstraten, 1527. With the title in an elaborate woodcut border. With: (2) [FIOCCHI, Andrea Dominico (Andras Dominicus FLOCCUS)] under the name of Lucius FENESTELLA. De magistratibus, sacerdotiisq[ue] Romanorum libellus, iamprimum nitori restitutus.[Cologne, Hero Fuchs, 1527]. With the title in a finely cut 4-piece woodcut border. 2 editions in 1 volume. 8vo. 16th-century(?) limp vellum (formerly used for a slightly thinner book). The binding is an interesting example of a spine reinforced with a horizontal metal rod at the central sewing support to give more support and prevent the bookblock from becoming concaved or developing sharp kinks; probably bound in Flanders. [88]; [88] ll. Ad 1: Extremely rare third Antwerp edition of a well known Latin dictionary of classical antiquity by Hermannus Torrentinus, covering people, Gods, topographic names, etc., taken mostly from classical literature and arranged in alphabetical order. Pafraet published the first edition at Deventer in 1498 as Elucidarius carminum et historiarum vel vocabularius poeticus. The book went through about 70 editions in 50 years, making it one of the most popular reference works of its time and certainly the most important classical dictionary. Torrentinus (d. ca.1520) was born in Zwolle, studied under Alexander Hegius at Deventer, joined the Brethren of the Common Life and taught at Groningen and Zwolle. He wrote several small b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-05-28 05:56:10
VALERE MAXIME. VALERIUS PROBUS
Paris Simon de Colines 1527Deux ouvrages réunis en un petit volume in-8 (16 x 10,5 cm.), 235 ff. chiffrés et 9 ff. non chiffrés, initiales à fond criblé, 11 lettres ornées, marque de l'imprimeur "aux lapins" (légèrement rougie) suivi de 27 ff. non chiffrés et 1 f. bl. Pleine reliure veau fauve, dos à nerfs décoré de fers, tranches rougies. Le premier ouvrage contient les neuf livres de Valère Maxime, suivi de l'épitome (abrégé) du dixième livre (f. 234 et 235) retrouvé dans Titus Probus et que l'on ne rencontre pas dans les éditions aldines de 1502 et 1514. Valère Maxime ou Valerius Maximus, historien et moraliste romain du Ier siècle apr. J.-C. et contemporain de l'empereur romain Tibère composa entre 24 et 31, les Faits et Dits Mémorables, parfois intitulés Faits et Paroles Mémorables, un recueil d'anecdotes destinées à nourrir la réflexion et le discours des orateurs et des philosophes. Il a notamment puisé les exemples romains des guerres civiles dans le répertoire d'une littérature aujourd'hui disparue, celle des récits de la proscription, ce qui rend ses écrits précieux. L'ouvrage est composé de 9 livres, abordant successivement la religion (respect, mépris, mensonge, religions étrangères, auspices, présages, prodiges, songes, miracles), les règles de la société (mariage, magistrats, armée, spectacle, frugalité, coutumes étrangères, discipline militaire, triomphe, censure, majesté), le "caractère" romain (livre III, le naturel, la bravoure, la résignation, les inconnus qui se sont illustrés, les illustres qui ont sali leur nom, la confiance en soi, la constance; livre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANTOINE [France, Paris]
2020-05-23 09:32:05
Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
Toscolano, Italy: Paganino and Alessandro Paganini, 1527. Good condition. [DANTE ALIGHIERI]. Dante col sito, et forma dell' inferno. Toscolano: Paganino and Alessandro Paganini, [c.1527-1533]. Hardcover. Full vellum. Small octavo (155 x 90mm), [247] leaves: woodcut illustration, map. Signatures: a-z⁸ A-H⁸ (L2 blank). Title on title page verso: Lo'nferno e'l purgatorio e'l paradiso di Dante Alaghieri. Italian text in italic type. Near contemporary vellum, smooth spine, brown calf lettering-piece, gilt titles. First 111 pages numbered by hand in upper margin, 3-line initial spaces with guide-letters, with blank L2, double-page woodcut illustration showing Jerusalem and the descent through purgatory and hell on H4-H5, and 1 full-page diagram of hell and purgatory verso of H5, Paganini's colophon on final leaf, Registro on H4. Condition: Binding tight and secure, the covers somewhat grubby. This copy lacking leaf H6, which bears the final two woodcut schemas (copies of which are supplied in photocopy). Some browning and a few folded page corners, otherwise a generally good copy. Listing note: A very scarce edition of Dante's Divine Comedy. An imitation by Paganini of the Aldus edition of 1515. cf. Renaissance Dante in Print, 1472-1629, according to Renouard, the type size is bigger than the italic type used by Aldus. Printers identified as Paganino Paganini and son Alexander Paganino from colophon, which reads: "P[aganinus] [&] Alex. Pag. Benacenses f[ecerunt] Bena[cus] v[ivat] v[ivat]." See F.J. Norton, Italian printers 1501-1520, p. 116, citing Luigi Lechi, Della tipografia b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-05-14 16:18:03
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni.
Florence, eredi di Filippo Giunta il vecchio, 1527. Quarto (194 x 131 mm.), [8] leaves, 284 pages with woodcut printer's device on title-page and on verso of last page. Lightly washed, contemporary manuscript annotations on tile-page and inital pages, overall a very good copy bound by Traut-Bauzonnet in red morocco, gilt arabesque on covers, spine in compartments with gilt title and ornaments, gilt edges.The superb Ventisettana ? one of the most famous, handsomely-printed and philologically accurate editions of the Decameron. ?The best edition produced until that moment; it has long been much esteemed among bibliophiles [?]. Although less rare than the 1516 Giunti edition and many others of the time, it is very difficult to find, especially in good condition' (Brunet I, 998-99).One of Florence's literary talents, the poet and humanist Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-75) devised his Decameron probably after the notorious plague of 1348. Completed in 1353, it is a collection of 100 short stories in the vernacular, told in the course of ten days by a group of young women and men who have taken refuge in a villa outside Florence to escape an epidemic. To pass the time in the evenings, they tell tales of love, wit and tragedy, whether adapted from traditional folklore or borrowed from medieval works and even from unusual sources like translations of Persian and Arabic literature.This edition, especially cherished in 16th-century Florence, was printed in the year in which the Medici rule was temporarily overthrown by the republican forces. Several of the scholars involved in the making … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MEDA RIQUIER RARE BOOKS LTD [london, United Kingdom]
2020-05-06 13:52:02
VINCIGUERRA Antonio
Venetijs,: per Ioan. A.ntonium & fratres de Sabio, 1527. Venetijs, per Ioan. A.ntonium & fratres de Sabio, 1527. In-24 gr. (mm. 144x91), p. pergamena mod., tit. oro su tassello al dorso, 35 cc.nn., 1 c.b., compreso il frontespizio (titolo inquadrato in una graziosa cornice figurata con marca del Delfino al centro, inc. su legno). Cfr. Gamba,1169: “Apostolo Zeno cita una prima ediz. di Bologna, 1495, ma questa non comprende che la sola satira diretta a Marco Giorgio, patrizio veneziano. L’ediz. del 1527 è ristampa di antecedenti, ma non dozzinale. Antonio Vinciguerra, che fiorì verso il 1480, ha il merito d’essere stato il primo a scrivere satire nella nostra lingua” - Sander,7612 - Brunet,V,1259. Esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Bottega delle occasioni [Italy]
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2020-04-16 07:42:03
FERNEL (Jean).
109066 FERNEL (Jean). Monalosphaerium, partíbus constans quatuor. Prima, generalis 1527 FERNEL (Jean). Monalosphaerium, partíbus constans quatuor. Prima, generalis horarii et structuram, et usum, in exquisitam monalosphaerii cognitione praemittit. Secunda, mobilium solennitatum, criticorumque dierum rationes, multa brevitate complectitur. Tertia, quascumque ex motu primi mobilis depromptas utilitates elargitur. Quarta, geometricam praxin breviusculis demonstrationibus dilucidat. Haec sanè cumcta excutit monalosphaerium: quorum capita subsequentes facies ostentat. Parisiis, in aedibus Simonis Colinaei, 1526.RELIE AVEC (à la suite): 2). (du même). Cosmotheoria, libros duos complexa. Prior, mundi totius et formam et compositionem: eius subinde partium (quae elementa et caelestia sunt corpora) situs et magnitudines: orbium tandem motus quosuis solerter reserat. Posterior, ex motibus, siderum loca et passiones disquirit: interspersis documentis haud poenitendum aditum ad astronomicas tabulas suppeditantibus. Haecque seiunctim tandem expeditem praebet Planethodium. Cuique capiti, perbrevia, demonstrationum loco, adjecta sunt scholia. Parisiis, in aedibus Simonis Colinaei, 1528.3). [ FONTANA (Giovanni da) ]. Liber Pompilii Azali Placentini De Omnibus Rebus Naturalibus quae continentur in Mundo videlicet. Coelestibus et Terrestribus necnon Mathematicis. Et de Angelis motoribus quae coelorum. Venetiis, apud Octavianum Scotum, 1544.4). STÖFLER (Johann). In Procli Diadochi Sphaeram mundi , omnibus numeris longè absolutissimus commentarius. Ante hac nunquam typis excusus. Tubingae, ex … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-04-15 14:09:08
Giovanni Boccaccio
Florence: 1527. Il Decamerone di M. Giovanni Boccaccio nuovamente corretto et con diligentia stampato. Firenze Giunta 1527 Réimpression à l'identique en réalisée en 1729 à Venise par Étienne Orlandini de la célèbre édition Giunta de 1527.In-4 de 7 ff.n.ch. (y compris le titre), 1 f.n.ch. blanc + 284 ff. + 1pp.n.ch. comportant la marque d'imprimeur (complet). Plein vélin doré, plats et dos décorés aux petits fers, gardes marbrées, tranches dorées. Superbe exemplaire, magnifiquement reliée au XIXème dans une reliure à l'imitation du XVIIème. Envoi par UPS possible.
Bookseller: mostro.a82 [Marseille, FR]
2020-04-08 17:54:07
1527. Condition: Gut. 24 Karten von französischen Provinzen im Kupferstich AutorOrtelius, Abraham (1527 - 1598)Buchdaten & BucherhaltungKeerbergen und Hulsius, Frankfurt, 1604. Maße: ca. 12 cm x 8,5 cm, rückseitig mit eingedrucktem Text, (leicht fleckig/teils mit Knickspuren)Gewichtca. 38gBemerkungen- (Aus: Ortelius Theatrum Orbis Terrarum). Enthalten: Auracicus Principatus / Limania / Pictavia / Artesiae Comitatus / Picardia / Veromandui / Francia Insula / Cenomani / Britannia / Bituriges / Lotharingia / Territorium Blesiense / Normannia / Andecaventium Ducatus / Lemonicum / Delphinatus / Provincia / Languedocum / Gasconia / Caletes et Bononienses / Turonis / Burgundiae Comitatus / Burgundiae Ducatus -SchlagworteKartographie/Karten,FrankreichBestell-Nr.1426aa Preis 523,40 € (inkl. 7,00% Mwst.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Zwischenzeitiger Abverkauf über andere Vertriebswege vorbehalten. Wir bemühen uns, unsere Bestände so aktuell wie möglich zu halten.
Bookseller: CeBuch Shop (ce_buch) [Eicklingen, DE]
2020-04-08 14:52:05
Corsier (Jean), Aufrère (Etienne) ; Decisiones Capelle Tholose. Antoine du Ry. Lyon, 1527 In-8, folioté ; (24), 192 ff. ; Signatures A-C 4,; a-z 4, aa 4., relié. Pleine basane brune, dos à nerfs, tranches rouges (reliure du XVIIIème siècle). Belle impression Lyonnaise en caractères gothiques effectuée par Antoine du Ry de cet important recueil de jurisprudences des officialités du moyen âge que l'on doit à Jean Corsier. Il siégeât en tant qu'official du diocèse de Toulouse de 1392 à 1400. Ce recueil fut complété à la fin du XVème siècle par Etienne Aufrère. Jolie lettrine historiée au folio I et belle marque d'imprimeur au colophon. Rare. manque à la coiffe de tête, mors frottés.
Bookseller: livres&tableaux (galeriedesarts) [PARIS, France]
2020-04-04 16:37:13
Giovanni Boccaccio
Florence: 1527. Il Decamerone di M. Giovanni Boccaccio nuovamente corretto et con diligentia stampato. Firenze Giunta 1527 Réimpression à l'identique en réalisée en 1729 à Venise par Étienne Orlandini de la célèbre édition Giunta de 1527.In-4 de 7 ff.n.ch. (y compris le titre), 1 f.n.ch. blanc + 284 ff. + 1pp.n.ch. comportant la marque d'imprimeur (complet). Plein vélin doré, plats et dos décorés aux petits fers, gardes marbrées, tranches dorées. Superbe exemplaire, magnifiquement reliée au XIXème dans une reliure à l'imitation du XVIIème.
Bookseller: mostro.a82 [Marseille, FR]
2020-03-21 11:49:03
1527. VEDI NOSTRA SCHEDA. (Diritto) Petri (Pierre) Jacobi; PETRI JACOBI PRACTICA. SUBTILISSIMI ET ACUTISSIMI LEGUM interpretis Domini Petri iacobi utriusq; iuris meritissimi professoris aurea e famosissima practica: utilibus e necessariis libellis ordine congruo collocatis: necno additionibus de novo infertis decorata: felici incipit eroedio; in fine: Impressum Lugduni per Antonium du Ry: impensis autem bonestis viri Oliverii Martini. Anno domini, M,CCCCCXXVII. mese Maii.; in 8°p. (198 x 140 mm); 8 carte non numerate, clxix carte numerate, carta non numerata, carta bianca; legatura coeva in pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso e al taglio inferiore; frontespizio figurato, con incisione in nero e testo in rosso, molte piccole capilettere ornati, grande marca tipografica incisa all'ultima carta non numerata; tracce del tempo alla legatura, con macchia d'acqua all'ultima copertina, leggermente arrossato tutto il volume, annotazioni e sottolineature in penna d'epoca ai margini di varie pagine, tuttavia bell'esemplare marginoso in testo gotico; (ANJ14); ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ SPEDIAMO SOLO CON POSTA TRACCIATA Per ogni singolo oggetto i prezzi di spedizione sono sulla scheda Se ordinate più di 1 oggetto dal nostro negozio ebay - prima di pagare aspettate l'invio della fattura ebay con la spedizione combinata, per risparmiare sul prezzo della spedizione. If you order more than 1 item from our store - please wait for our ebay invoice before paying in order to save on postage costs. Per più oggetti i prezzi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: tolozzilibrai1919 [pontremoli, IT]
2020-03-15 19:11:06
Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
Toscolano, Italy: Paganino and Alessandro Paganini, 1527. Good condition. [DANTE ALIGHIERI]. Dante col sito, et forma dell' inferno. Toscolano: Paganino and Alessandro Paganini, [c.1527-1533]. Hardcover. Full vellum. Small octavo (155 x 90mm), [247] leaves: woodcut illustration, map. Signatures: a-z⁸ A-H⁸ (L2 blank). Title on title page verso: Lo'nferno e'l purgatorio e'l paradiso di Dante Alaghieri. Italian text in italic type. Near contemporary vellum, smooth spine, brown calf lettering-piece, gilt titles. First 111 pages numbered by hand in upper margin, 3-line initial spaces with guide-letters, with blank L2, double-page woodcut illustration showing Jerusalem and the descent through purgatory and hell on H4-H5, and 1 full-page diagram of hell and purgatory verso of H5, Paganini's colophon on final leaf, Registro on H4. Condition: Binding tight and secure, the covers somewhat grubby. This copy lacking leaf H6, which bears the final two woodcut schemas (copies of which are supplied in photocopy). Some browning and a few folded page corners, otherwise a generally good copy. Listing note: A very scarce edition of Dante's Divine Comedy. An imitation by Paganini of the Aldus edition of 1515. cf. Renaissance Dante in Print, 1472-1629, according to Renouard, the type size is bigger than the italic type used by Aldus. Printers identified as Paganino Paganini and son Alexander Paganino from colophon, which reads: "P[aganinus] [&] Alex. Pag. Benacenses f[ecerunt] Bena[cus] v[ivat] v[ivat]." See F.J. Norton, Italian printers 1501-1520, p. 116, citing Luigi Lechi, Della tipografia b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-03-04 18:06:47
1527. Guter Zustand. Leichte altersgemäße Verfärbung. Leichte Flecken in der rechten und linken oberen Ecke, ein leichter Kratzer unten rechts, leichte Farbverwischung unten links. Good condition. Light discolouration due to old age. Light stains in the upper left and upper right corner, one light scratch on the lower right margin. Light blurring of paint in the lower left. Chinae, olim Sinarum regionis, nova descriptio. Auctore Ludovico Georgio. Stecher: Ortelius Abraham (1527-1598) Erstversion von ca. 1584, bevor "Las Philippinas" oberhalb von "Sinus Magnus" vermerkt ist (was erstmals 1587 in der französischen Ausgabe erscheint). Abraham Ortelius (auch Ortels, Orthellius, Wortels; * 4. oder 14. April 1527 in Antwerpen; † 28. Juni 1598 in Antwerpen) war ein flämischer Geograph und Kartograf. Abraham Ortelius entstammte einer von Augsburg in die südlichen Niederlande eingewanderten Familie. Er studierte erst bei seinem Onkel Jakob van Meteren und dann auf eigene Initiative Griechisch, Latein und Mathematik in Antwerpen. Ortelius trat als 20-Jähriger der Antwerpener Sint-Lukasgilde bei, kolorierte zunächst Landkarten, war dann Karten- und Buchhändler und bildete sich zum Kartografen weiter. Laut John Vermeulen hat Ortelius mit seinem Zeitgenossen Gerhard Mercator zusammengearbeitet. Am 20. Mai 1570 erschien seine erste Ausgabe vom Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, der ersten Sammlung von Landkarten in Buchform, finanziert und herausgegeben von Gillis Hooftman, einem Antwerpener Handelsmann, Bankier und Reeder. Atlanten trugen damals noch nicht diesen Namen. Diese Sammlung wurde zwisc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antik-experte [München, DE]
2020-03-03 12:06:05
Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
Toscolano, Italy: Paganino and Alessandro Paganini, 1527. Good condition. [DANTE ALIGHIERI]. Dante col sito, et forma dell' inferno. Toscolano: Paganino and Alessandro Paganini, [c.1527-1533]. Hardcover. Full vellum. Small octavo (155 x 90mm), [247] leaves: woodcut illustration, map. Signatures: a-z⁸ A-H⁸ (L2 blank). Title on title page verso: Lo'nferno e'l purgatorio e'l paradiso di Dante Alaghieri. Italian text in italic type. Near contemporary vellum, smooth spine, brown calf lettering-piece, gilt titles. First 111 pages numbered by hand in upper margin, 3-line initial spaces with guide-letters, with blank L2, double-page woodcut illustration showing Jerusalem and the descent through purgatory and hell on H4-H5, and 1 full-page diagram of hell and purgatory verso of H5, Paganini's colophon on final leaf, Registro on H4. Condition: Binding tight and secure, the covers somewhat grubby. This copy lacking leaf H6, which bears the final two woodcut schemas (copies of which are supplied in photocopy). Some browning and a few folded page corners, otherwise a generally good copy. Listing note: A very scarce edition of Dante's Divine Comedy. An imitation by Paganini of the Aldus edition of 1515. cf. Renaissance Dante in Print, 1472-1629, according to Renouard, the type size is bigger than the italic type used by Aldus. Printers identified as Paganino Paganini and son Alexander Paganino from colophon, which reads: "P[aganinus] [&] Alex. Pag. Benacenses f[ecerunt] Bena[cus] v[ivat] v[ivat]." See F.J. Norton, Italian printers 1501-1520, p. 116, citing Luigi Lechi, Della tipografia b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-25 16:30:23
Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
Toscolano, Italy: Paganino and Alessandro Paganini, 1527. Good condition. [DANTE ALIGHIERI]. Dante col sito, et forma dell' inferno. Toscolano: Paganino and Alessandro Paganini, [c.1527-1533]. Hardcover. Full vellum. Small octavo (155 x 90mm), [247] leaves: woodcut illustration, map. Signatures: a-z⁸ A-H⁸ (L2 blank). Title on title page verso: Lo'nferno e'l purgatorio e'l paradiso di Dante Alaghieri. Italian text in italic type. Near contemporary vellum, smooth spine, brown calf lettering-piece, gilt titles. First 111 pages numbered by hand in upper margin, 3-line initial spaces with guide-letters, with blank L2, double-page woodcut illustration showing Jerusalem and the descent through purgatory and hell on H4-H5, and 1 full-page diagram of hell and purgatory verso of H5, Paganini's colophon on final leaf, Registro on H4. Condition: Binding tight and secure, the covers somewhat grubby. This copy lacking leaf H6, which bears the final two woodcut schemas (copies of which are supplied in photocopy). Some browning and a few folded page corners, otherwise a generally good copy. Listing note: A very scarce edition of Dante's Divine Comedy. An imitation by Paganini of the Aldus edition of 1515. cf. Renaissance Dante in Print, 1472-1629, according to Renouard, the type size is bigger than the italic type used by Aldus. Printers identified as Paganino Paganini and son Alexander Paganino from colophon, which reads: "P[aganinus] [&] Alex. Pag. Benacenses f[ecerunt] Bena[cus] v[ivat] v[ivat]." See F.J. Norton, Italian printers 1501-1520, p. 116, citing Luigi Lechi, Della tipografia b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-02-20 16:16:22
Boethius
Vinegia: Giouanantonio & Fratelli, 1527. sehr seltene Übersetzung : Di Consolatione Philosophica volgare, nuovamente revisto et di molti errori porgato. Tradotto di latino in volgare da Anselmo Tanzo Milanese, canonico regolare di Santo Augostino. Vinegia: Giovanantonio et fratelli, 1527ins Italienische des Boethius von Anselmo Tanzo Milanese. Eine Seite mit Abriss ohne Textverlust, vereinzelt angeschmutzt und nachgedunkelt wenig stockfleckig insgesamt schönes Pergamentbändchen.
Bookseller: goethe_rot [Augsburg, DE]
2020-02-20 16:16:22
Boethius, Anicius Torquatus Severinus
Giouanantonio & Fratelli, 1527. sehr seltene Übersetzung ins Italienische des Boethius von Anselmo Tanzo Milanese. Eine Seite mit Abriss ohne Textverlust, vereinzelt angeschmutzt und nachgedunkelt wenig stockfleckig insgesamt schönes Pergamentbändchen
Bookseller: bücherfreude [Germany]
2020-02-07 10:44:21
Dante
Toscolano: Paganino and Alessandro Paganini, c.1527.. 8vo. Full vellum, spine lettered in gilt in a brown panel of calf. First 111 pages numbered by hand in upper margin, a few folded page corners, a clean very good copy generally. Paganini's colophon on final leaf. Registro on H4, woodcut of the topography of hell on two pages, H4 & H5, woodcut schema on verso of H5. This copy lacking leaf H6, which bears the final two woodcut schemas (copies of the missing schema are supplied in photocopy). A very scarce edition, counterfeit of the Aldine edition of 1502.
Bookseller: William Matthews, Bookseller [Canada]
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2020-02-06 13:06:07
TRISSINO, Gian Giorgio (1478-1550)
Toscolano Maderno: Paganino & Alessandro Paganino, [ca. 1527-1529]. 8vo. 63, [1] leaves. Collation: A-H8. Italic type. Title page and first leaves slightly foxed.This rare Paganino edition belongs to the typographer's 8vo series issued between 1527 and 1533. As all the volumes of this series, the edition is undated, but according to A. Nuovo it must have been printed between 1527, when the series was begun, and 1529, when Pope Clemens VII granted to Tolomeo Gianicolo a ten-year privilege.The Trissino's four works gathered in this edition had been printed separately first by Ludovico degli Arrighi in Rome in 1524, then by Tolomeo Gianicolo in Vicenza in 1529.Trissino'sSofonisba is a groundbreaking drama in the history of Italian and European theater, as it opened the sources of the Greek theater and adapted the Aristotelian theories of tragedy to the Western stage. With Sofonisba Trissino also introduced for the first time into the Italian tragedy the blank verse (versi sciolti), which soon became standard for the dialogues. Although Trissino's play was not the first one based on the story of Sofonisba, it was the first important Roman tragedy in the Renaissance and, as such, the ancestor of most of the following dramas in Italy, France, and England.AlthoughSofonisba was completed in 1515, it was first performed in Italy only in 1562, while a French prose version by Mellin de Saint-Gelais was staged in front of Catherine de' Medici in 1559.In the Epistola Trissino proposes a reform of the Italian orthography by introducing new letters into the alphabet to distinguish differe … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-01-30 20:40:11
Alighieri Dante - Cino da Pistoia - Cavalcanti Guido - Dante da Maiano - Guittone d Arezzo
per li Heredi di Philippo di Giunta 1527 a di VI del mese di Luglio (al colophon), impresso in Firenze. Legatura 700 in piena pelle con ricchi fregi e titolo oro su tassello al ds. (lievi tracce d usura). Tagli rossi. Carte di guardia marmorizzate. Sulla prima carta bianca un ex libris ms. - con parti cassate e datato 1779 - con annotazione bibliografica. Piccola scheda cartacea di libreria antiquaria al recto della carta di guardia libera posteriore. Sporadiche fioriture e qualche pallido alone marginale, altrimenti esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Celebre ed assai rara edizione in cui sono ristampate, con numerose aggiunte, le Rime antiche pubblicate nel 1518 da Guglielmo da Monferrato. In questa raccolta giuntina di autori italiani del 300 è presente per la prima volta nella sua interezza il Canzoniere dantesco oltre ai versi di alcuni poeti per i quali la presente edizione appare essere l unica fonte esistente della loro produzione. La prefazione A gli suoi nobiliss. gioveni amatori de le toscane rime è di Bernardo Giunta. Adams, T-1213; Br. Libr., p. 687; Mambelli, 995; Gamba (n. 799): Per errore sta scritto nel frontispizio libri dieci in luogo di undici, come veramente sono; e per errore si annunzia un libro di Canzoni e Sonetti senza nome di Autore, mentre nella maggior parte delle composizioni è impresso il nome del poeta cui appartengono; e tali sono, per esempio, Franceschino degli Albizi, Fazio degli Uberti, Guido dalle Colonne . 8vo (cm. 14,6), 4 cc.nn., 148 cc. Marca tipografica al frontespizio e al verso dell ultima carta (giglio araldico con putti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2020-01-18 19:48:10
Jacopo Caviceo
1527. Condition: Accettabile. Libro del peregrino Nouamente ristampato & alla sua pristina integrita ridotto Volume rilegato in tutta pergamena, Vignetta xil. sul front. raffigurante un' allegoria dell'amore e recante il motto: Ancora spero soverme. Si compone di tre libri ciascuno con iniziali e testatine xilogr. Contiene anche lo scritto Vita de Iacobo Caviceo per Georgio Anselmo al r. misser Piramo Pepuli. Al libro primo dedicatoria a Lucrezia Borgia Duchessa di Ferrara. Pag. [16] 232. Da segnalare alcune sottolineature e alcune notazioni rappresentanti il dito indice molto datate e a penna. Lavorio di tarlo sul amrigine superiore di circa 24 pagine, idem alle ultime 8 pagine. L' ultima pagina è strappata e ne rimane solo una piccola parte. Pagine ingiallite con fioritura e alcune gore. Coperta parzialmente distaccata dal dorso. Opera rara L'IMMAGINE MOSTRATA E' DELL'OGGETTO MESSO IN VENDITA THE IMAGE SHOWN IS THE OBJECT ON SALE L'IMAGE MONTREE EST L'OBJECT HIS EN VENTE Autore: Jacopo Caviceo Editore: appresso santo Moise, nelle case noue Iustiniane per Francesco Bindoni & Mapheo Pasini compagni Collana: Lingua: ITALIANO Luogo edizione: VENEZIA Argomento: romanzo Anno: 1527 Stato: USATO Pagine: 232 Volume: Rilegatura: rilegato Edizione: PER ACQUISTI MULTIPLI, SPEDIZIONE UNICA A 4,90 EURO. ATTENDERE ACCORPAMENTO ORDINI PER IL PAGAMENTO FOR MORE THAN ONE PURCHASE, ONE SHIPPING FOR 4,90 EURO. PLEASE WAIT FOR TOTAL ORDERS BEFORE PAYING POUR PLUS D'UN ACHAT, UNE SEULE EXPEDITION POUR 4,90 EURO. ATTENDEZ S'IL VOUS PLAIT LE TOTAL DES COMMANDES AVANT LE PAIEMENT RISPONDIAMO ALLE … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bibliotecadibabele.libri [Tarquinia (VT), Italy]
2020-01-17 12:46:40
Maestro del Dado (Attivo a Roma, metà XVI sec.)
Bulino, post 1527, privo di data e firma. In basso a destra, l'excudit di Antonio Salamanca. In basso, iscrizione di 8 versi che iniziano con "Ecco Rossane bella...". Copia in controparte di un'incisione di Jacopo Caraglio, da un soggetto di Raffaello. Esemplare nel secondo stato, con l'excudit editoriale aggiunto a destra. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "scudo con lettera M e stella", margini di circa 2 cm; sulla sinistra, tracce di piega verticale, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. La composizione, ispirata al dialogo di Luciano Herodotus sive Action, appare nell'affresco di Raffaello ora alla Galleria Borghese, attribuito dalla Davidson a Siciolante da Sermoneta. La Massari, seguendo Passavant, attribuisce questa incisione anonima al Maestro B nel dado. Bibliografia: Bartsch XV.95.62 (copy in reverse) Passavant VI.97.62 (copy by Jacopo Caraglio) Raphael Invenit, p. 161 (copy, attributed to the Master of the Die) Cirillo Archer in TIB 1995, 2802.062.C1.S1 (copy in reverse, first state of two) Engraving, post 1527, lettered with a poem of eight lines in the margin: 'Ecco Rossane bella...' After Jacopo Caraglio' print from a Raphael' fresco. Example of the second state, with the excudit by Antonio Salamanca added at lower right. Good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper with watermark "shield with star and letter M", with white margins of circa 2 cm, vertical fold on the left, generally in good condition. According to Cirillo Archer in TIB, the corresponding fresco in the Galleria Borghese, Rome (inv. no. 303), traces its p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-17 12:46:37
Manoscritto su carta della fine del XVII secolo Istoria del Sacco di Roma del 1527 e sua istoria Manoscritto su carta della fine del XVII secolo; Istoria del Sacco di Roma del 1527 e sua istoria. Affascinante manoscritto redatto in chiara grafia sul famoso sacco di Roma del 1527 ad opera degli Imperiali di Carlo V. Provenienza: asta internazionale. Ottima copia in legatura originale. Legatura orginale in piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Pagine: 69 carte + 2 biacje formanti 142 pagine. Completo Misura: cm 14 x cm 10 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Grazie per aver visionato la pagina. Potrai trovare altri interessanti libri sotto aceccob . La spedizione verra' effettuata tramite posta raccomandata, pacco celere 1 o pacco celere 3, a seconda dell'importo del libro. E' esclusa la spedizione per posta prioritaria non rintracciabile sul sito delle Poste Italiane.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Colazingari (aceccob) [Roma, Italy]
2020-01-16 09:23:06
1527. ottimo esemplare. Il Decamerone Di M. Giovanni Boccaccio Nuovamente Corretto Et Con Diligentia Stampato. 1527. (In fine:) Impresso in Firenze, per li heredi di Philippo di Giunta nell'anno del Signore 1527 (ma: Venezia, Pasinello, 1729). Esemplare molto fresco e marginoso, carta bianca e frusciante. Rilegatura recente in marocchino bruno a imitazione cinquecentesca.
Bookseller: andrea_masetti [modena, MO, Italy]
2020-01-10 19:40:55
Valdés, Alfonso de und/ oder Mercurino Arborio di Gattinara]
Mainz Schöffer, 1527. 1 Blatt (Titel mit Holzschnitt-Umfassung); 8 Seiten; 1 Blatt; Seite 9 - 218; 1 Blatt (Druckvermerk recto, verso blank, bzw. mit handschriftlichen Ausführungen). Neuerer Lederband mit reicher Blindprägung über fünf Bünden, sowie mit blindgeprägten Innenkanten. Der seitliche Schnitt mit handschriftlicher Initiale(?). (21 x 16 cm) 8°. VD16 P 4855. Adams c-1377. Palau 44447. Butsch 81. Panzer, Annales VII, 418, 78 (". rarissima ."). "Eine sehr seltene Sammlung merkwürdiger Urkunden." Franz Grass in "Verzeichniss einiger Büchermerkwürdigkeiten aus dem sechzehenten und siebenzehenten Jahrhunderten .", Seite 47, (Weger, 1790). Roth 70, 118. USTC 686646. Vergl. u.a. Rebecca Ard Boone: "Mercurino di Gattinara and the Creation of the Spanish Empire" (Seite 47 ff). London, Routledge 2015 sowie Peter G. Bietenholz und Thomas Brian Deutscher: "Contemporaries of Erasmus. A Biographical Register of the Renaissance and Reformation." University of Toronto Press, 2003. Dort heißt es: "Gattinara was as much the author of the imperial responses as Alfonsó[sic!] de Valdes" (Band II, Seite 79). Recht selten. Es geht um die Kämpfe Kaiser Karls V. mit Papst Clemens VII. um die Vorherrschaft in Oberitalien, letztlich in ganz Europa, sowie den darauf folgenden "Sacco di Roma" und die Deutungshoheit darüber. Ein zentrales Dokument des Propaganda-Krieges gegen den Papst, hier vorgeblich durch den Sekretär Alfonso de Valdes verfaßt, aber wahrscheinlich auf Initiative, wenn nicht in Autorschaft und auf Rechnung des Großkanzlers Karls V. Mercurino Arborio di Gattinara. Der Titel ste … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heinrich Heine Antiquariat oHG [Düsseldorf, NRW, Germany]
2020-01-05 01:14:14
Giovanni Boccaccio
Philippo Giunta, 1527. ZUM INHALT Das Dekameron oder Il Decamerone (ital. griechisch deka zehn hemera Tag) ist eine Sammlung von 100 Novellen von Giovanni Boccaccio. Die Abfassung erfolgte aller Wahrscheinlichkeit nach zwischen 1349 und 1353. Der Titel Decamerone bedeutet in Anlehnung an das Griechische Zehn-Tage-Werk. Es handelt sich um ein stilbildendes Werk, das zum Vorbild fast aller weiteren abendländischen Novellensammlungen geworden ist. Die Rahmenhandlung verlegt Boccaccio in ein Landhaus in den Hügeln von Florenz (im Vorort Fiesole), zwei Meilen vom damaligen Stadtkern von Florenz entfernt. In dieses Landhaus sind sieben Frauen und drei junge Männer vor der Pest (Schwarzer Tod) geflüchtet, die im Frühjahr und Sommer des Jahres 1348 Florenz heimsuchte. Im Landhaus versuchen sich die Flüchtlinge nach Möglichkeit zu unterhalten. Daher wird jeden Tag eine Königin oder ein König bestimmt, welcher einen Themenkreis vorgibt. Zu diesem Themenkreis hat sich nun jeder der Anwesenden eine Geschichte auszudenken und zum Besten zu geben. Nach zehn Tagen und zehn mal zehn Novellen kehrt die Gruppe wieder nach Florenz zurück. Bereits die Grammatiker und Rhetoriker der Renaissance waren der Ansicht, dass Boccaccios Dekameron ein Meisterwerk sei. Der Autor wurde zusammen mit Dante und Francesco Petrarca zum Wegbereiter und Vorbild für die eigenen Bestrebungen. Heute gilt das Dekameron unbestritten als Ursprung der italienischen Prosa überhaupt und als ein Werk, das die Weltliteratur nachhaltig beeinflusst hat. ERWÄHNENSWERT Bei dem vorliegenden Buch handelt es um eine … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lubapa [Germany]
2019-12-16 16:05:15
ABRAHAM ORTELIUS
PLANTIJN O BLAEU, 1527. Nota: venta directa del propietario, solamente actuamos como gestores de la venta. Item: mapa (calcografía iluminada a mano) incluido en la obra de Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598) Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, considerado el primer atlas moderno (sin influencia ptolemaica) y el libro editado más caro de su época. Se trata de una doble página con el mapa en el interior y el texto descriptivo (en latín) en la primera y última página exteriores. Algunos topónimos en castellano. La primera edición del Atlas data de 1570 (Amberes), pero desde su primera impresión fue regularmente ampliado y revisado. El mapa de Marruecos no se incluyó hasta la edición en latín de 1595. Este mapa puede provenir de las ediciones en latín (se hizo en diversos idiomas) de Plantijn 1595 Ort29, 1601 Ort 33, 1603 Ort 36, 1609 Ort 39 o 1612 Ort 41 (referencia: Koeman, the history of Abraham Ortelius and his Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Lausanne: Sequoia s.a. 1969). La mayoría de estos mapas, y el atlas completo, se siguieron editando con posterioridad: William Blaeu compró las planchas de Ortelius y las editó en el Atlas Novus (1635-58). También hemos encontrado una versión similar, pero con texto en neerlandés del 1638 (Institut Cartogràfic de Catalunya). Estado: doblez central (por provenir de un libro). Roces, cortes y pequeñas pérdidas de papel en márgenes. Manchitas del tiempo. Reparaciones con papel del antiguo propietario en la parte posterior que no afectan al texto. Por lo demás, con razonables señales de uso y en buen estado.
Bookseller: EL SABER SÍ OCUPA LUGAR [Sant Joan de Mediona, BCN, Spain]
2019-12-10 04:24:08
Ambrosius
Basel: 1527. Ambrosius: Omnia Operum per eruditos, ex accurata diversorum codicum collatione emendate (Opera Part 4 of 4) Published: Basel, Froben, 1527 Size: 35 x 23 cm Condition: please see photos - beautiful blindstamped leather over wooden boards. Spine restored. Back cover loose together with a few leaves. 1 ll, 1015 pages, 8 ll. Editied by Erasmus with the beautiful initials of Hans Holbein. Shipping-costs: see description Payment: Paypal or Banktransfer.
Bookseller: print-forum (odetowhitman*) [Berlin, Germany]
2019-12-05 17:36:52
Sacrobosco (J.)
1527. Reginaldum Chaudiere. París. . 1 Vol. . 16 hojas pp. Cuarto Menor. Pergamino. . Juan de Sacrobosco escribió esta obra en el primero tercio del siglo XIII, el primer manuscrito conservado data de 1240. Su primera impresión corrió a cargo de Ferrare en 1472. Rápidamente se convirtió en uno de los libros más famosos de astronomía en occidente. Galileo fue un fervoroso estudioso de esta obra. Este ejemplar está en perfecto estado de conservación y presenta notas marginales manuscritas del siglo XVI. Ampliamente ilustrado con grabados xilográficos de astronomía. Una de las obras más populares de la astronomía mundia. .
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Astarloa [Bilbao, Spain]
2019-11-27 10:57:10
1527. Aevi Veteris, Typus Geographicus (Die alte Welt - Europa, Asien, Afrika) Es handelt sich hierbei um eine originale, kolorierte Kupferstich-Landkarte der alten Welt von Abraham Ortelius (1527 - 1598) aus dem Jahr 1601. Titel: Aevi Veteris, Typus Geographicus Gebiet bzw. Ort: Die alte Welt - Europa, Asien, Afrika Kartograph: Abraham Ortelius (1527 - 1598) Jahr: 1601 Größe des Plattenbereichs: 31 x 45 cm Technik: Kupferstich Zustand (Perfekt/ Sehr gut/ Gut/ Ordentlich/ Mäßig/ Schlecht): In gutem Erhaltungszustand. Altersgemäß geringfügig gebräunt. Am linken Rand eine unauffällige kleine Falte. Bemerkungen: Die seltene und äußerst dekorative Karte zeigt die antike Welt. Der Kartenbereich umfasst Europa, den größten Teil Afrikas sowie Asien. Eingerahmt wird der Kartenbereich durch eine aufwendig gestaltete Bordüre in die vier kleine Kontinentalkarten eingebettet sind, die Nord- und Südamerika, Europa, Asien und Afrika zeigen. Lateinische Ausgabe aus "Parergon" von 1601. Van den Broecke Nr. 1601Lvj English description: A rare and very decorative map of the Ancient World, published by Abraham Ortelius in 1601. The map depicts Europe, the most of Africa and Asia. It is surrounded by an impressive border which includes four small continental maps showing Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. This original engraving measures 31 x 45 cm (platesize) and is in good condition. There is some light, unobtrusive browning due to it's age. The map derives from a latin edition of the "Parergon", printed 1601. (Van den Broecke No. 1601Lvj). - - - International buyers welcome. If you have … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Historische-Landkarten (kunstantiquariat-online) [Hamburg, DE]
2019-11-27 05:56:39
1527. Russiae, Moscoviae et Tartariae descriptio (Russland und angrenzende Länder) Es handelt sich hierbei um eine originale, kolorierte Kupferstich-Landkarte Russlands und angrenzender Länder von Abraham Ortelius (1527 - 1598) aus dem Jahr 1595. Titel: Russiae, Moscoviae et Tartariae descriptio Gebiet bzw. Ort: Russland, Litauen, Lappland, Astrachan, Persien, Turkmenistan, das Mogul-Reich, Kasachstan und das Reich der Kirgisien Kartograph: Abraham Ortelius (1527 - 1598) Jahr: 1595 Größe des Plattenbereichs: 35 x 45 cm Technik: Kupferstich Zustand (Perfekt/ Sehr gut/ Gut/ Ordentlich/ Mäßig/ Schlecht): In gutem Erhaltungszustand. Mittelfalte hinterlegt. Bemerkungen: Die seltene und äußerst dekorative Karte zeigt das Gebiet des heutigen Russlands und die angrenzenden Länder. Ergänzt wird der Kartenbereich durch acht erklärende Textblöcke, einen Meilenanzeiger, eine Darstellung des Zaren Iwan des Schrecklichen und vielfältige Darstellungen typischen Brauchtums sowie exotischer Tiere. Lateinische Ausgabe. Van den Broecke Nr. 1595L104 English description: A rare and very decorative map of Russia and the adjacent countries (Lithuania, Lapland, Astrakhan, Persia, Turkmenistan, the Mughal Empire, the Realm of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan). The map is enriched by a nice cartouche, a milescale, eight descriptive texts and numerous indigenous and mythical scenes, costumed locals and animals, including a representation of Tsar Ivan The Terrible. The map measures 35 x 45 cm (platesize) and is in good condition. The centrefold has been strengthened from verso. This genuine map by Ortelius i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Historische-Landkarten (kunstantiquariat-online) [Hamburg, DE]
2019-11-26 10:41:13
RAZZI, Silvano.
Biographies of five "illustrious men", all known primarily for their positions of power in Florentine politics, in the original Italian, by Silvano Razzi (1527-1611). Valori was added for the first time in the present second edition. Razzi's selection is interesting for including people whose power proved short-lived or who worked largely behind the scenes: all five changed the course of Florence's history with important long-term consequences, but only Cosimo de' Medici is a household name.Farinata (or Manente) degli Uberti (1212-1264) ruled Florence from 1239 to 1250, when the Guelphs exiled him, but he recaptured Florence in 1560. He was posthumously convicted of heresy and appears in Dante's Inferno, burning in hell.Gualtieri VI (1304/05-1356) is best known as the ruler of Florence in 1342. He rescued Florence from a severe financial crisis, but did so in such a heavy-handed manner that he quickly made enemies and was forced out of office after less than a year, though he had been appointed for life.Salvestro de' Medici (ca. 1331-1388), who ruled Florence on and off from 1378 to 1382, also opposed the Guelphs, rallying the support of the guilds (which included the bankers) against them.Cosimo de' Medici the elder (1389-1464), head of the great banking family and de facto ruler of Florence for half a century, was also one of the greatest patrons of the arts, architecture and scholarship of all time.Francesco Valori (1439-1498) had supported Lorenzo de' Medici, ruler of Florence from 1469, but supported the zealous reformer but also violently moralistic Dominican Girolamo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-26 08:56:08
HAECHT GOIDTSENHOVEN, Laurens van.
First and only edition of a French adaptation of a Latin emblem book by Laurens van Haecht Goidthoven (Laurentius Haechtanus Goidtsenhovius, 1527-1603). The Latin edition was first published in 1579 at Antwerp by Gerard de Jode (1517-1591), entitled Mikrokosmos, and contained the same 74 engraved emblems as the present edition. It is an edifying work, using the traditional structure of an emblem book: motto, pictura, epigram. Each emblem is accompanied by a French motto above, a citation from the Bible below and a French poem on the facing page. De Jode and Van Haecht enlarged their scope, however, representing a range of curious subjects from Greek and Roman legends, including Arion and the dolphin, Penelope and Odysseus, Cyrus and Tomyris, and many more. The present edition reuses the engraved title-page of Joost van den Vondel's Den gulden winckel der konstlievende Nederlanders: a Dutch adaptation of the Mikrokosmos, which was first published in 1613 by Dirck Petersz. The publisher printed an engraved cartouche with the present French title to be mounted on the Dutch title-page.Leaves S2 and S3 are misbound. Slightly foxed throughout, with some plates rather worn, the outer margins of the first 12 leaves restored and a stain in inner margin of first two leaves. Binding rubbed along the extremities.Landwehr, Emblem and fable books 558; Praz, p. 427; STCN (5 copies); WorldCat (8 other copies)..
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-26 08:56:08
ULPIANUS of Emesa and Valerius HARPOCRATION.
119, [1] ll.Second edition of the Greek commentaries and scholia on Demosthenes written by Ulpian of Emesa who taught rhetoric at Antioch in the reign of Constantine (324-337 AD) and wrote a number of declamations and rhetorical works. He is best known as the reputed author of the present scholia on the speeches of the greatest of all ancient Greek orators, Demosthenes (384-322 BC). Demosthenes's orations provide a very interesting insight into the life and culture of Athens during a period when he was attempting to rally the Athenian people against Philippus and Alexander the Great, the rulers of Macedonia, using all his gifts as an orator. The present second edition, printed and published by Aldus Manutius his father-in-law Andrea Torresano d'Asola and his sons, who ran the press until Aldus's son came of age, follows the text of Aldus's first edition. Torresano's presswork is excellent.On leaves 89-119 follows the Dictionarium decem Rhetorum (Lexicon of the ten orators) by Valerius Harpocration of Alexandria. Harpocration's dates are uncertain, but he was probably active in the second century AD. The Dictionarium contains words, including proper names, and phrases, mainly from the orators, in alphabetical order, generally assigned to their sources, with explanations of points of interest or difficulty. Besides stylistic details Harpocration gives valuable notes on architectural, religious, legal, constitutional, social and other antiquities.The title-page and last leaf are slightly browned, the former has a small marginal stain and has been reattached, shifting it about … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-05 01:59:23
Boccaccio, Giovanni.
Li heredi di Philippo di Giunta {i.e,, Angiolo Pasinello for Stefano Orlandelli}. In 1527 the heirs of Filippo di Giunta printed the definitive Renaissance edition of The Decameron; it immediately became the basis for all subsequent interpretations. By the 18th century the Giunta edition of 1527 had achieved the state of being a rarity to be sought after, and demand led to supply -- of this forgery. It is well done and passes the "first blush" test, i.e., it does not immediately look wrong. Pasinello, who printed it for Stefano Orlandelli "at the request of the English consul [Joseph] Smith" (Petras), did a good job of matching types and even reproducing the printer's device, which appears on the title-page and on the verso of the last leaf. Closer examination, however, shows that the paper is wrong, the typesetting is different, and the measurements of the text block are incorrect. Adams, in his catalogue of 16th-century books in the Cambridge University libraries, gives a handy litmus test for determining fakes of the Giunta 1527 edition: Folios 42, 102, and 108 are correctly numbered in the forgeries, but in the true 16th-century copies the numbers are 24, 101, and 168. => Brunet says the forgery consisted of 300 copies. Provenance: Hevdholm Bibliothek stamp on title-page; acquired by PRB&M at an auction at Freeman's in Philadelphia in 1992; sold to a private collector the same year; reacquired by PRB&M at a Swann auction over 25 years later. (Jokes about "bad pennies returning" occur to one; but this is too nice a "counterfeit" to permit fair indulgence in them! … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-11-01 12:38:06
Heshusen Tilemann
1527. I) VD16 H 3035 - nicht in Adams.- Erste Ausgabe, selten.- Tileman Heshusen (Hesshus, * 3. November 1527 in Wesel; ? 25. September 1588 in Helmstedt), ein Schüler Philipp Melanchthons, war von 1571-1577 Bischof von Samland und anschließend Professor Primarius in Helmstedt. Er war "der streitbarste unter den Verfechtern des strengen Luthertums im nachreformatorischen Zeitalter" (BBKL II, 789ff).- II) VD16 ZV 27484 (nur 1 Standort in der NB Budapest).- Seltene Ausgabe des mehrfach gedruckten pädagogisch-humanistischem Werkes des Rostocker Theologen David Chyträus (1530-1600); erstmals 1555 in Wittenberg erschienen.- Etw. gebräunt u. tls. fleckig, Innendeckel mit mehr. hs. Besitzeinträgen, Ebd. tls. stärker berieben.# Two post-reform works in one volume.- [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2019-10-24 19:17:44
[ ERASME ] SUETONE.
67728 [ ERASME ] SUETONE. Duodecim Caesares, ex Erasmi recognitione. 1527 [ ERASME ] SUETONE. Duodecim Caesares, ex Erasmi recognitione. Parisiis, apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1527. in-12. 215pp. 40ff. Plein veau, dos orné (reliure du 17e, dos refait au 19e). Première édition séparée donnée par Simon de Colines, du Suétone d'Erasme, jusque là paru seulement dans des recueils collectifs. Elle porte sa belle marque typographique aux lapins sur la page de titre, reproduite par Brunet dans son Manuel du Libraire.Une deuxième partie avec pagination séparée, qui manque parfois, contient les commentaire de Egnazio et un abrégé du "De Asse" de Guillaume Budé.Annotations contemporaines dans les marges, souvent coupées au moment de la reliure. Marge extérieure de la page de titre en léger retrait. Taches et salissures éparses. Vander Haeghen, p. 52.
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
2019-10-24 19:17:42
ERASME ] SUETONE.
Parisiis, apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1527. in-12. 215pp. 40ff. Plein veau, dos orné (reliure du 17e, dos refait au 19e). Première édition séparée donnée par Simon de Colines, du Suétone d'Erasme, jusque là paru seulement dans des recueils collectifs. Elle porte sa belle marque typographique aux lapins sur la page de titre, reproduite par Brunet dans son Manuel du Libraire. Une deuxième partie avec pagination séparée, qui manque parfois, contient les commentaire de Egnazio et un abrégé du "De Asse" de Guillaume Budé. Annotations contemporaines dans les marges, souvent coupées au moment de la reliure. Marge extérieure de la page de titre en léger retrait. Taches et salissures éparses. Vander Haeghen, p. 52. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-10-02 01:56:55
Ortelius Abraham ( 1527 - 1598 ) Antwerp
Artist: Ortelius Abraham ( - 1598 ) Antwerp; issued in: Antwerp date: ca 1560, 1527. technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfect condition; size (in cm): 34 x 51 cm; Decorative and detaield map of Portugal showing the cities of Lissabon, Setubal, Porto, Aveiro, Tomar, Leiria, Coimbra, Ayamonte, Beja, etc., also showing a seamonster, offshore ships and two decorative cartouches. Portugal is the oldest state on the Iberian Peninsula and one of the oldest in Europe, its territory having been continuously settled, invaded and fought over since prehistoric times. The pre-Celtic people, Celts, Carthaginians and Romans were followed by the invasions of the Visigoths and Suebi Germanic peoples. In the 15th and 16th centuries, Portugal established the first global empire, becoming one of the world's major economic, political and military powers. During this period, today referred to as the Age of Discovery, Portuguese explorers pioneered maritime exploration, notably under royal patronage of Prince Henry the Navigator and King John II, with such notable voyages as Bartolomeu Dias' sailing beyond the Cape of Good Hope (1488), Vasco da Gama's discovery of the sea route to India (1497?98) and the European discovery of Brazil (1500). During this time Portugal monopolized the spice trade, divided the world into hemispheres of dominion with Castille, and the empire expanded with military campaigns in Asia. However, events such as the 1755 Lisbon earthquake, the country's occupation during the Napoleonic Wars, the independence of Brazil (1822), and a late industr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2019-10-01 16:15:42
Ortelius Abraham ( 1527 - 1598 ) Antwerp
Artist: Ortelius Abraham ( - 1598 ) Antwerp; issued in: Antwerp; date: ca 1584, 1527. technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Centerfold mounted; size (in cm): 37 x 47 cm; - description: Rare and first state of Ortelius' map of China, the first western map of China, from the first Spanish Edition of Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum , the modern atlas of the World of these days.Ortelius' map of China is taken directly from reports of the Portuguese mapmaker Luis Jorge de Barbuda (Ludovicus Georgius), who made a manuscript map of China which reached Ortelius via Arias Montanus. First published in 1584, Ortelius' map of China is the earliest printed map to focus on China and the first to illustrate the Great Wall of China. Tooley referred to the map as the standard map of the interior of China for over sixty years. With its three lushly designed cartouches and many illustrations of indigenous shelters, modes of transportation and animals, this is one of Ortelius's richest engravings.When this map appeared, it was by far the most accurate representation of China to appear on a printed map. Japan is shown on a curious curved projection reminiscent of Poruguese charts of the period, with Honshu dissected along the line of Lake Biwa. The Great Wall is shown, but only a relatively small section, its length is significantly underestimated. The Tartar yurts are dotted across the plains and steppes of Central and East Asia.The Portugese Jesuits established a mission in China in 1577. Although the map's Portuguese maker, Barbuda, was himself not a Jesuit, his so … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2019-09-04 07:18:48
Ovidius Naso, Publius (Ovid); Antonio Costanzi; Paolo Marso.
Alessandro Paganini, Toscolano Maderno, 1527. Quarto (21 cm); [10], CCXXXII leaves. Distinctive Paganini semi-italic type. Woodcut white-on-black strapwork title border, woodcut vignettes at the head of each of the six books, the first nearly half-page, the rest smaller. Six woodcut initials. Text enclosed in commentary, with shoulder notes. Flexible vellum with remains of ties, rather uneven and mottled. Manuscript title on spine no longer legible. Endbands sprung. Occasional marginal worm trails in latter gatherings. Early owners' inscriptions on front blank, some canceled. Early owner's stamp on final blank page. Some leaves toned. Occasional marginal notes in contemporary hand. Excellent condition overall. References: Baroncelli, La stampa nella riviera bresciana del Garda, 39; Nuovo, Maestri tipografi, 76; Fondazione Valle delle Cartiere, Alessandro Paganini (exhibition catalogue), #32. For title page border, cf. Mortimer, Italian, 340. Alessandro Paganini and his father were among the scholar-printers active in the tidal wave of publishing in Venice in the last two decades of the 1400s and the early 1500s (alongside Aldus, Jenson, the Giunti, and all the rest). Around 1520, the Paganini family relocated the operation to a paper mill town on Lake Garda, Toscolano, in order to be near the paper supply. While all of their contemporaries published classics either in Aldus's italic type or in some version of Jenson's Roman, the Paganini's designed their own distinctive and quite legible hybrid, unique in Renaissance printing. (They were so pleased with their types that the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rodger Friedman Rare Book Studio, ABAA [Tuxedo, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-08-29 13:22:50
BOCCACCIO GIOVANNI
In Fiorenze (recte: Venezia), per li heredi di Philippo di Giunta (recte: Stefano Orlandelli, coi torchi di Pasinello) 1527 (recte: 1729). Cm. 23,5, cc. (8) 284. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titolo tassello in pelle; tagli gialli. Piccola mancanza al tassello, trascurabile segno di tarlo limitato all'angolo inferiore/interno della carta di guardia e del frontespizio. Bell'esemplare, fresco e assai marginoso. Fedele e rara ristampa settecentesca della "ventisettana" del Decameron (oramai letteralmente introvabile: Firenze, Filippo Giunti, 1527) stampata in soli 300 esemplari. L'edizione, eseguita con straordinaria perizia tipografica, fu realizzata nel 1729 da Pasinello a Venezia, con la cura di Stefano Orlandelli e a spese di Joseph Smith, console inglese a Venezia, che la commissionò per l'eccezionale rarità dell'originale. La giuntina del 1527 fissò il testo boccacciano sino all'edizione del Manelli del 1761, divenendo un simbolo della libertà della Repubblica fiorentina, in quanto, come scrisse Ugo Foscolo, quasi tutti coloro che vi lavorarono (Bernardo Segni, Pier Vettori, Baccio e Bartolomeo Cavalcanti, Francesco Guidetti) morirono combattendo contro i Medici (cfr. Bacchi della Lega, Serie delle ed. delle opere di G. Boccaccio, p. 36). Cfr. anche Iccu; Gamba, 172; Parenti, Luoghi falsi, p. 87; Catalogo Olschki, XCV, nr. 20; Brunet, I, 999; Graesse, I, 440. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
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