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2014-10-21 08:46:02
Juan de Mena
Juan Varela, Sevilla, 1528. Fue empremida la presente obra de las cincuenta o coronación llamada del muy famoso poeta Juan de Mena en la muy noble y muy leal ciudad de Sevilla por Juan Varela. Año del nacimiento de nuestro salvador Jesuchristo de Mil y quinientos y veintiocho años. A diez y seys días del mes de Mayo. El ejemplar que ofrecemos, magníficamente encuadernado en piel moderna con estampaciones en seco y dorados, mide veintiocho cms. a lo alto y veinte a lo ancho en sus cincuenta y dos páginas de texto, impresas en papel recio, según calificación de Palau quien resalta que se trata de una bella edición. Se abre el libro con un grabado a página entera que enmarca el título y en el que destacan una escena palaciega con rey, cetro y cortesanos y dos columnas con la inscripción Plus Ultra. En la última página, y sin dañar ni tocar el texto, aparecen restos desdibujados de una escritura antigua. Por lo demás y considerando que el libro fue impreso hace cuatrocientos ochenta y seis años, diremos que está perfectamente conservado. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libros Tresvegas [Esplugues, Spain]
2014-10-18 06:40:39
PALLADIUS Rutilius Taurus
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTIQUARIA PIEMONTESE [TORINO, Italy]
2014-09-28 20:38:44
Lemaire de Belges
François Regnault, Paris. Les illustrations de Gaule et singularité de Troye. Paris, François Regnault, 1528 In-4, de lxv ff, 1ff blanc avec 23 bois de xlvi ff, page de titre illustrée (second livre) et 6 bois de (6) xli-xlv ff 1ff blanc page de titre illustrée (tiers livre) et 23 bois, vélin. Le traité de la différence des schismes et des concilles de l'église de 29/30 ff 1ff blanc page de titre illustrée et 16 bois L'épitre du roy à Hector de troye de (14) ff page de titre illustrée, 5 parties reliées en un volume, texte gothique sur 2 colonnes. Les illustrations de Gaule et singularités de Troie. Avec les deux épîtres de l¿Amant vert. Le second livre des Illustrations de Gaule et des singularités de Troie. Le tiers livre des Illustrations de Gaule et des singularités de Troie. Le traité de la différence des schismes et des Conciles de l¿Eglise. L¿épître du Roi à Hector de Troie et aucunes autres ¿uvres dignes de voir. Pagination : Ier livre feuillet I à LXV [le feuillet X es numéroté XII) - Le feuillet XXVI est numéroté XXV). Le second livre feuillet I à XXXI XMVI. Le tiers livre 6 feuillets non numéroté plus 41 feuillets numérotés. 4ème volume le traité de la différence des schismes etc¿ 29 feuillets non numérotés. Il est à noter que les feuillets de ce livre portent les signatures DD IIJ et DD IIIJ ont été reliés avec le livre suivant, ilss se trouvent entre les feuillets BBIIJ et BBIIIJ et, de plus le feuillet DDIIJ vient après le feuillet DDIIIJ ; 5ème volume Epistre du roy à Hector de Troye etc¿14 feuillets non numérotés. L'auteur était un moine franciscain flamand … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Incunable [LUXEMBOURG, Luxembourg]
2014-09-26 15:08:11
Guillaume de LORRIS et Jean de MEUNG
lescu de France, Paris, 1528. Lorris Guillaume de (vers 1200 ¿ 1240) Jean Chopinel, ou Clopinel, dit de Meun ou de Meung (vers 1240 ¿ 1305) ~ Sensuyt le rommant de la Rose: aultrement dit le songe vergier. Nouvellement imprime A. Paris. On les vend a Paris en la rue neufve nostre Dame a lenseigne de lescu de France. Au colophon : ¿Cyfinist le rommant de la Rose : nouvellement imprime a Paris pour Alain Lotrian demourant en la rue neufve nostre Dame a lenseigne de lescu de France.' S.d., [1528]. In-4 gothique de 142 f. Sig. : a8 b-e4 f8 g-k4 l8 m-p4 q8 r-z4 a4 A-C4 D8 E4 (f. E ch. D) F6. Dimensions des pages : 19 x 13 cm. Plein veau époque, dos à nerfs orné de filets à froid, plaques d'encadrement estampées à froid sur les plats, traces de lacets. Edition imprimée en bâtarde française à 2 col. de 41 l. Fig. gravées sur bois, dont une, au titre, d'inspiration nouvelle, copiée des Gesta Romanorum, une au verso tirée du Chevalier Délibéré de de la Marche, 1488, et 3 vignettes in-texto (Brunet, III, 1174 ; Tchémerzine, VII, 242 ; Graesse, IV, 262). Cette édition est fort rare et Tchermerzine qui la répertoriée, n'en cite aucun exemplaire. Brunet ne cite que deux exemplaires: celui de Heber et celui de Cailhava. Ex-libris Baron Jérôme Pichon (1813-1896) avec annotations. Homme de lettres, bibliophile, collectionneur depuis 1838, président de la Société des bibliophiles françois (1812-1896) MN. Répertoire général des ex-libris français: P0117 First leave having on the recto the title with large ornamental initial and cut from the Gesta Romanorum, and on the verso an old cut from L … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Incunable [LUXEMBOURG, Luxembourg]
2014-09-24 14:16:31
Celso, Aurelio Cornelio (siglo i). Quinto Sereno Sammonico.
Bookseller: Els Llibres del Tirant [Barcelona, Spain]
2014-08-14 07:09:57
THEODOSIUS.
Adams T-548; Houzeau-Lancaster 846; USTC 152561; DSB XIII, pp. 319-320. First bilingual edition of the oldest treatise on spherical geometry, providing the first edition of the original Greek and the first Latin edition to be translated directly from the Greek. It was composed by the Greek mathematician and astronomer Theodosius, perhaps around the year 100 BC, and edited by Jean Péna (1528?-1558?), mathematician at the Collège Royale. The Greek text and very extensive notes, also in Greek, occupy the first half of the book, while the Latin translation of both text and notes (and repeating the woodcut diagrams) occupies the second half. The first two Latin editions (Venice 1518 and Vienna 1529) were translated from Arabic translations of the Greek, so the present book was a watershed in the development of Greek scholarship. Since spherical geometry was essential to the development of astronomy, it also set the stage for the Renaissance revolution set in motion by Copernicus, Gallileo and others. On top of that it was a monument to the golden age of French typography. With early owner's inscription on title-page. In very good condition. Although binding shows some surface damage, cracks in the hinges and restorations, it remains structurally sound.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2014-05-16 17:08:49
Bordone, Benedetto
Nicolo Zoppino, Venice, 1528. [10],73 leaves, including four double-page maps and two single-page maps, and numerous woodcut maps and plans in the text. A few leaves misnumbered. Small folio. 18th-century vellum, spine gilt, leather label. Boards and spine moderately soiled, leather label abraded. Titlepage printed in red and black with text printed inside decorative woodcut border. Slight age- toning and occasional foxing. Small worm holes in first thirty leaves, barely affecting a few printed characters on each page. A very good copy. The first edition of one of the earliest and most comprehensive works on the islands of the world, and a tremendous achievement of world cartography. Compared to the first work on world islands, or "Isolario," by Sonetti (circa 1485), which contained only forty-nine maps, the 105 maps and plans included in Bordone's effort mark a dramatic improvement in the attempt to map all known islands. Because of the rapid advances being made in the exploration of the New World, Bordone was able to include new cartographic representations of the north coast of South America, a substantial portion of New World island groups, and a new, dramatic rendering of the entire world. The map of the unnamed north coast of South America represents an early close illustration of what the Spanish referred to as "Terra Firma" and what would later comprise a large portion of the Spanish Main. Only four place names are given on the mainland: "Chanchite," "Cuztana," "Mazatambal," and "Paria," located in the Guianas. To the north lie Jamaica and Hispaniola, along with a c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2014-04-21 21:47:01
Lefevre d'Etaples, Jacques
Parisiis [Paris] : In aedibus Simonis Colinaei [Simon de Colines], 1528. Parisiis [Paris] : In aedibus Simonis Colinaei [Simon de Colines], 1528. Half morocco over marbled boards, five raised bands, gilt title, red-stained edges (by Maltby, Oxford). Title page remounted, some very old faint staining along the fore edge, margin of leaf 31 expertly repaired, a few minor annotations, added woodcuts, a very good copy in a fine binding. 4to. (30.5 cm). Illustrated with woodcuts and initial letters. An edition of Lefevre's "Artificialis introductio" under variant title (first published 1502). Title page border includes portraits of the philosophers Aristotle, Socrates, Cicero, Pythagoras, Plato, and Seneca at the sides, the arms of the University of Paris at the top, and Colines' "marque aux lapins" device at the foot. Several other woodcut devices (including Sebastien Nivelle's, Renouard 833) and tailpieces have been mounted to leaves as added decoration. OCLC locates only one copy in North America, at Univ. Penn; Moreau's inventory shows BN Spain, Vatican, and eight in French Libraries; and there is one at BN Portugal. Renouard, Simon de Colines: pp. 115-116. Moreau/Renouard, Inventaire chronologique des éditions parisiennes, III: 1537.
Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB
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2014-04-21 21:47:01
Lefevre d'Etaples, Jacques.
Parisiis [Paris] : In aedibus Simonis Colinaei [Simon de Colines], 1528.. 56, [2] lvs. Half morocco over marbled boards, five raised bands, gilt title, red-stained edges (by Maltby, Oxford). Illustrated with woodcuts and initial letters. Renouard, Simon de Colines: pp. 115-116. Moreau/Renouard, Inventaire chronologique des ditions parisiennes, III: 1537. An edition of Lefevre's "Artificialis introductio" under variant title (first published 1502). Title page border includes portraits of the philosophers Aristotle, Socrates, Cicero, Pythagoras, Plato, and Seneca at the sides, the arms of the University of Paris at the top, and Colines' "marque aux lapins" device at the foot. Several other woodcut devices (including Sebastien Nivelle's, Renouard 833) and tailpieces have been mounted to leaves as added decoration. OCLC locates only one copy in North America, at Univ. Penn; Moreau's inventory shows BN Spain, Vatican, and eight in French Libraries; and there is one at BN Portugal. Title page remounted, some very old faint staining along the fore edge, margin of leaf 31 expertly repaired, a few minor annotations, added woodcuts, a very good copy in a fine binding.
Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB
2014-04-11 22:31:06
Baldus de Ubaldis, Petrus, And Others
, 1528. 1528. Commentaries on Criminal Law by a Great Medieval Jurist Baldus de Ubaldis, Petrus [1327-1400]. Corneto, Tancredus de, Commentary. Cremonte, Antonius de, Commentary. Descousu, Celsus-Hugo, Commentary. Ferrandat, Henricus, Commentary. Practica Baldi. Perutilis Ac Vere Aurea Practica Iuris. Utriusq[ue] Monarche ac Luminis Domini Baldi de Ubaldis de Perusio...Cu[m] Additionibus Domini Antonii de Cremo[n]te: Que Preter Primam Omnes Textui Inseru[n]tur: [Et] cum Pristinis Apostillis...Celsi Hugo[n]is Dissuti. Novissime cu[m] Adjectionibus Nonnullorum Tituloru[m] in Quibusdam Antiquissimis Exe[m]plaribus Inventorum Hactenus non Impressorum: [Et] cum Repertorio Alphabetico. AdVertas Lector: Q[uod] Angelus...Dicit Practica[m] Istam: Seu Mavis Co[m]pendiosam: Fuisse Ta[n]credi de Corneto. Ego Vero Balsi Esse Affirmo: Ut Patet in Pluribus Eius Locis: Maxime in Prefatione Ante Rubricam de Iurisdicti[on]e. [Lyon: Antoine Blanchard, 6 February 1528. [xii], XCVI ff. Main text in parallel columns. Quarto (6-3/4" x 5"). Recent period-style calf, blind rules to boards, raised bands and gilt title to spine, endpapers renewed. Title page printed in red and black within woodcut architectural border, woodcut decorated initials. Moderate toning, finger smudges and light stains to a few leaves, some soiling to title page, minor edgewear to final leaf. * Later edition. Baldus de Ubaldis, a pupil of Bartolus, was one of the great jurists of Medieval Europe. He taught at the Universities of Bologna, Perugia, Pisa, Florence, Padua, Pavia and Piacenza. He also served occasionally as a j … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2014-03-08 06:00:01
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Folio. 12 n.n. Bl. 125 nummerierte Bl. 1 n.n. Bl. Druckermarke. Mit wiederholter Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titelblatt und dem letzten Blatt, 2 Blatt mit Holzschnittbordüren von Jakob Faber nach Hans Holbein und vielen Holzschnittinitialen. Halblederband des 18. Jahrhunderts mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und kleinem goldgeprägtem Wappensupralibros auf dem Rücken. Adams S 1461. - VD16 D 1104. - Durling 4351. - Wellcome I, 5353. - HOH 194. - Erste Ausgabe dieser Sammlung wichtiger medizinisch klassischer Texte, die zwar weder den angegebenen Autoren nachgewiesen werden können, noch in dieser Form geschrieben wurden. Thorer und andere Kompilatoren übersetzten auf Grund griechischer Fragmente, deren Autorschaft unklar war. Die Soranus und Oribasius zugeschriebenen Texte sind hier erstmals gedruckt. Der Text von Plinius wurde 1509 bereits in abweichender Form gedruckt. Der Apuleius zugeschriebene Text dürfte eine Schrift des Apuleis Barbarus oder Pseudo-Apuleius aus dem 4. Jahrhundert nach Christus sein. Dieser Text wird üblicherweise begleitet mit dem Text der "Petonica" des römischen Physikers Antonia Musa. - Die ersten drei Blatt leicht fleckig, sonst fleckenloses Exemplar aus dem Besitz der russischen Zaren mit Bibliotheksschild auf dem Innendeckel und dem Zarenwappen auf dem Einbandrücken.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz
2014-03-04 19:28:38
Monogrammist J. B. (tätig in Nürnberg um 1525-1530),
1528.. In der Platte monogrammiert, datiert und betitelt. Verso hs. alt bezeichnet "JB". Auf Bütten meist mit schmalem Rändchen um die Plattenkante. 8,4 x 5 cm (Blattgröße).. Bartsch VIII, 304, 13. Nagler, Monogr. III, 1950, 23. - Blatt 3 der Folge: "Die sieben Planeten". - Die Arbeiten des Monogrammisten "JB" werden verschiedentlich dem jungen Georg Pencz zugeschrieben. - Kleine Fehlstelle im rechten Rand, restauriert. Je ein winziger Braunfleck in der Rüstung und an der Blattunterkante. Sonst gut erhalten. - Versandkosten auf Anfrage.
Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs
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2014-03-04 19:28:38
Alte Drucke Reformation 16. Jahrh. - Rat, der Stadt Nürnberg:
Erschienen in Nürnberg bei dem Rat der Stadt Nürnberg, im Jahre 1528.. Erstdruck, Erstausgabe, 1. Auflage siehe auch H. Schüling: Postinkunabeln und L. Hain Bd. II, Teil 2 Seite 195 Nr. 13716. Insgesamt: 6 Bl. nicht paginiert mit reich geschmücktem Titelblatt und Initiale. Kl.8°(Klein- Oktav- Format bis 18,5 cm.) Hellbrauner Original- Papiereinband, der Zeit, Fadenbindung.. Inhalt: Anordnungen und Gesetze wie sie der Magistrat der Stadt Nürnberg, während der Reformationszeit angeordnet hat. (Siehe letzte Seite > Decretum in Consilio 2. Junij anno 1525<. Zustand. Titelblatt leicht gebräunt und berieben, im Falz alte Reparatur, Papierstreifen; Bindung etwas gelockert, Seiten leicht fingerfleckig und eselsohrig, sonst sauber und recht ordentlich erhalten.
Bookseller: Galerie-Antiquariat Schlegl
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2014-02-23 19:57:17
Erasmus Roterodamus, Desiderius, [Erasmus von Rotterdam, eig. Gerhard Gerhards]:.
Basileae ex Officina Frobeniana (Basel Johannes Herwagen und Hieronymus Froben September 1528 (Kollophon)), 1528.. [Titelblatt mit großer Holzschnittdruckermarke] 32 nn Blätter Index, 962 S., 1 Blatt [Errata und Holzschnittdruckermarke] Folio. Schweinslederband mit 4 Bünden über Holzdeckeln und Schliessen (Deckel mit hintgerlegter Fehlstelle). Bibl. Belg. II, p. 294: E-100; Bezzel 77; VD 16, E-1939; M. Mann-Philips, The Adages, 1964, pp xii 129-134; van der Haeghen I, 3. - Adams E 435. - STC German Books 277. - Knaake II, 78. THE SEVENTH AUTHORIZED EDITION of the Adagiorum Chiliades, revised abd enlarged with 123 new Adages to a total of now 3658. In addition, it contains a new preface (allen, Ep. 2022), a note to the reader explaining that the two indeces have been carefully revised, and a new dedicatory epistle to Chalres Blount (1518-1545), the eldest son of his 'moecenas vertustissimus', Lord Mountkoy (Allen, Ep. 2023). Erasmus' berühmte Sprichwörtersammlung, eine seiner ersten bedeutenden Arbeiten und eines der bildungsgeschichtlichen Hauptwerke des Humanismus. - Siebte (bzw. achte) Ausgabe bei Froben, noch von Erasmus redigiert (Vorwort vom 13. VIII. 1528). Neben dieser gemeinschaftlich mit Johann Herwagen veranstalteten Ausgabe war im selben Jahr auch eine von Froben allein verlegte erschienen. Die ersten Lagen mit Wurmgängen ohne Textverlust, dezenter Stempel auf dem Titel und verso. Breitrandiges, insgesamt gutes Exemplar des schönen Basler Drucks.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder
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2014-02-11 20:26:30
Basel, Andreas Cratander, 1528.. Folio. 12 n.n. Bl. 125 numerierte Bl. 1 n.n. Bl. Druckermarke. Mit wiederholter Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titelblatt und dem letzten Blatt, 2 Blatt mit Holzschnittbordüren von Jakob Faber nach Hans Holbein und vielen Holzschnittinitialen. Halblederband des 18. Jahrhunderts mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und kleinem goldgeprägtem Wappensupralibros auf dem Rücken.. Adams S 1461. - VD16 D 1104. - Durling 4351. - Wellcome I, 5353. - HOH 194. - Erste Ausgabe dieser Sammlung wichtiger medizinisch klassischer Texte, die zwar weder den angegebenen Autoren nachgewiesen werden können, noch in dieser Form geschrieben wurden. Thorer und andere Kompilatoren übersetzten auf Grund griechischer Fragmente, deren Autorschaft unklar war. Die Soranus und Oribasius zugeschriebenen Texte sind hier erstmals gedruckt. Der Text von Plinius wurde 1509 bereits in abweichender Form gedruckt. Der Apuleius zugeschriebene Text dürfte eine Schrift des Apuleis Barbarus oder Pseudo-Apuleius aus dem 4. Jahrhundert nach Christus sein. Dieser Text wird üblicherweise begleitet mit dem Text der "Petonica" des römischen Physikers Antonia Musa. - Die ersten drei Blatt leicht fleckig, sonst fleckenloses Exemplar aus dem Besitz der russischen Zaren mit Bibliotheksschild auf dem Innendeckel und dem Zarenwappen auf dem Einbandrücken.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Thierstein
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2014-02-09 15:59:07
Ferdinand I. (1503-1564), Kaiser - Verordnung über nicht gemeldete Lehensgüter.-
(Wien, Johann Singriener, 20. Dezember 1528).. Einblattdruck. Ca. 33 x 43 cm. 24 Zeilen.. Mayer, Wiens Buchdruckergeschichte I, 51, Nr. 131. Nicht bei Apponyi u. Halle Katalog 70, Newe Zeitungen (1929). Vgl. Hamann, Die Habsburger, S. 102 ff. (Ferdinand I., ab 1526 König von Böhmen und Ungarn).- Außerordentlich seltener Wiener Einblattdruck! Lehen-Patent für die niederösterreichischen Lande, wodurch den Lehensträgern zum Empfange der vermahnten und verschwiegenen Lehen eine Jahresfrist verliehen wird. Unterhalb mit papiergedecktem Rundsiegel und 5 Unterschriften (eine davon: Rudolff zu Hohenfeld ). Verordnet wie folgt: "...Als wir vor etlichen verschinen jaren, in den vermelten unnsern Lannden, unnser offen General Mandat außgeen und anschlahen lassen ... oder verschwigen Lehen unserer Lehenschafften innehetten, die in gebürlicher zeyt nit emphanngen worden ... Und wiewol wir nun zu außganng ernennts ditz Achtundzwaintzigisten jars, all und yede verschwigen Lehen ... und unns haimfallen und ledig würden, wie sich gebürt, zu unnsern hannden fordern, und einziehen möchten ... Unnd damit Sy in solhem, auch unnser merer gnad, genießlich emphinden, die obangetzaigt begnadung, von den yetzangeenden Weihenächten abermals ferrer auf ain jarlang, von denselben Weihenechten an zerraitten, gnedigklich erlenngert ... Welche aber solh verschwigen oder vermant Lehen ... nochmals nit ersuechen, zu Lehen begeren ... Dieselben Lehen söllen alßdann genntzlichen verwürckht, und unns verfallen sein...".- In den Faltspuren gering gebräunt. Breitrandig und unbeschnitten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Meindl & Sulzmann OG
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2014-02-08 22:41:22
[Medizin und Chirurgie der deutschen Frührenaissance].
Straßburg, Frankfurt u. Augsburg, 1528-1536.. Teils mit Holzschnitten illustriert. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit zwei Schließen. In mod. gefütterter brauner Maroquinkassette mit Deckel- u. Rückentitel. 4to (215 x 160 mm).. Prachtvoller und homogener Sammelband mit 7 sehr seltenen deutschsprachigen Werken zur Medizin, Chirurgie, Pharmazie und Zahnheilkunde. Der dekorativ gebundene und sehr schön erhaltene Band gibt einen eindrucksvollen Einblick in die Geschichte der praktischen Medizin in Deutschland zu Beginn des 16. Jahrhunderts. Enthält in der Bindefolge: - I. (H. v. Gersdorff). Feldtbuch der Wundartzney, newlich getruckt und gebessert. (Straßburg, J. Schott), 1535. Mit figürlicher Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre, 23 (statt 26) meist blattgr. Textholzschn. u. 2 kleineren Holzschnitten sowie 2 gefalt. Holzschnittafeln. 6 nn., 188 (st. 203) S. - Erstmals 1517 erschienen. "Das für die Kenntnis der deutschen Chirugie unschätzbare Buch ist ausgezeichnet durch seine prachtvollen Abbildungen" (Goldschmid). "Gersdorff performed nearly 200 amputations. The book contains some instructive pictures of early surgical procedures and includes the first printed picture of an amputation" (Garrison/M.). Die Holzschn. zeigen Instrumente, chirurgische Handgriffe, Trepanationen, Streckverbände, Aussätzige etc. - Mit den zwei sehr seltenen Holzschnittafeln, die für diese Ausgabe in keinem weiteren Vergleichsexemplar nachzuweisen sind. Sie stammen wohl aus der Ausgabe 1517 und zeigen: "Anatomia aller Beynglyder des menschen" u. "Anatomia aller ynneren und usseren fleyschg … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2014-02-08 17:27:18
Petrarca, Francesco:
Venedig, Bernardino de Vidali, 1528.. 4°. 11 Bll., 185 num. Bll., 52 (1 w.) Bll., mit doppelblgr. Karte Halbleder um 1800 mit Rückenvergoldung, Deckel mit hübschem Buntpapier. Adams P 797; Fiske coll. 94; Sander 5631. Zweite, gegenüber der ersten von 1525 überarbeitete und massgebliche Vellutello-Ausgabe des Canzoniere Petrarcas mit der schönen, doppelblattgrossen Karte der Gegend um Vaucluse, die für Petrarca wichtige Orte zeigt. Vellutello hatte die Gedichtsammlung nach der Entwicklung der Liebesgeschichte neu geordnet in einen Teil "in vita" und dann "in morte di Madonna Laura", mit einem dritten Teil als Anhang. Die reichen Kommentare geben auch viele biographische Informationen. - Fünf Gedichte im dritten Teil mit alten Zensuraustreichungen, jedoch gut lesbar. Wenig gebräunt, kaum fleckig, Karte oben etwas knapp an die Einfassung beschnitten, etwas berieben, Ecken bestossen, dekorativer Einband. - Important, second but altered and relevant edition of the most successful commented edition of the Canzoniere of Petrarca with a nice double-page engraved map of the region of Vaucluse. Complete copy with the blank leaf, minor browning or spotting, map cut a little short on top but without loss, binding somewhat rubbed, corners a little bumped, still decorative. Five poems in the third part with old censorship, but text can still be read.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek
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2013-10-04 10:29:37
Tertullian, Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus
Basel: Froben, 1528 Handsome Froben edition of Tertullian, with 2 medieval manuscript endpapers! This book is a thick folio, bound in what appears to be original pigskin leather over heavy wooden boards. The old brass clasp holders are present; but the clasps themselves are missing. The leather is worn, particularly at the board edges, where much has worn away, but it is still bright and supple. The spine is present, divided by six raised bands into five compartments; the leather label is faded and mostly missing; there is an old monastic "AA" at the bottom of the spine. Interestingly, "Tertullian" is written on the page edges - this is consistent with the early mode of shelving books in 16th and 17the century libraries, with the spine in. All pages are present, including blanks, there is a later monastic library stamp on the title pages, occasional spotting and soiling, some old ink notations, but pages are mostly clean and bright; paper is of high quality rag. Pagination is as follows: (10) ff., 692 pp., (11) ff. Signatures : AA6 BB4 [a-z]6 [A-Z]6 [Aa-Ll]6 Mm4 [a-b]6 Adams T-406. This is a beautifully printed post incunable early edition of the great Roman Christian Tertullian; the important second edition of 1528, (following the editio princeps of the collected Tertullian of 1521) , from the great Basel printing house of Froben, complete with the two additional printed letters dating from 1521 and 1528, the extra notes and commentary, all blanks and the famous large Froben colophon. It is adorned with numerous large engraved historiated initials. It is bound in the origi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-09-30 02:57:20
Tertullian, Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus
Basel: Froben, 1528 Handsome Froben edition of Tertullian, with 2 medieval manuscript endpapers! This book is a thick folio, bound in what appears to be original pigskin leather over heavy wooden boards. The old brass clasp holders are present; but the clasps themselves are missing. The leather is worn, particularly at the board edges, where much has worn away, but it is still bright and supple. The spine is present, divided by six raised bands into five compartments; the leather label is faded and mostly missing; there is an old monastic "AA" at the bottom of the spine. Interestingly, "Tertullian" is written on the page edges - this is consistent with the early mode of shelving books in 16th and 17the century libraries, with the spine in. All pages are present, including blanks, there is a later monastic library stamp on the title pages, occasional spotting and soiling, some old ink notations, but pages are mostly clean and bright; paper is of high quality rag. Pagination is as follows: (10) ff., 692 pp., (11) ff. Signatures : AA6 BB4 [a-z]6 [A-Z]6 [Aa-Ll]6 Mm4 [a-b]6 Adams T-406. This is a beautifully printed post incunable early edition of the great Roman Christian Tertullian; the important second edition of 1528, (following the editio princeps of the collected Tertullian of 1521) , from the great Basel printing house of Froben, complete with the two additional printed letters dating from 1521 and 1528, the extra notes and commentary, all blanks and the famous large Froben colophon. It is adorned with numerous large engraved historiated initials. It is bound in the origi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Greekdrama Books
2013-08-01 16:17:50
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius
Venice: Luc'antonio Giunta, 1528 Book. Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (320x220 mm), ff. [6], 143, title printed in red and black with printer's woodcut device (repaired and laid down), ornamental woodcut initials, woodcut mathematical diagrams in page margins throughout, occasional spotting and mild marginal staining, few contemporary ink annotations and corrections in neat Greek and Latin. Later vellum, sprinkled edges, spine titled in manuscript (lacking rear blank, little soiling), endpapers renewed. Provenance: Alfredo Moretti (bookplate). A good, wide-margined copy. ---- Adams P-2214; Norman 1760; PMM 40; Sparrow 167; Honeyman 1760; DSB XI, 187ff; Stillwell 97n; Wellcome 5281. - THE FIRST PUBLISHED LATIN TRANSLATION made from the original Greek text of Ptolemy's most important astronomical and mathematical work. 'Until the innovative work of Tycho Brahe and Kepler in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, that is, for nearly fifteen hundred, years, the Almagest was the basis of all sophisticated astronomy, a longevity exceeded only by Euclid's Elements' (Swerdlow). Instruments mentioned or described include the equatorial armillary, the plinth, the meridional armillary, the triquestrum and the armillary astrolabon. The Almagest had been translated into Arabic and was known to the later Middle Ages in a Latin translation from the Arabic by Gerard of Cremona; that version was first published in Venice in 1515..
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2013-07-25 10:10:44
PHILASTRIUS [Obispo de Brescia, m. 397] et LANFRANCUS [Obispo de Canterbury, 1005-1089]
Sin datos de lugar de impresión, impresor ni año, pero: Basilea, Henricus Petrus, 1528. 4to. menor; 8 hs., 151 folios numerados. Encuadernación moderna en media piel.
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2013-07-18 17:08:44
ERASMUS, Desiderius
Basle: Froben, 1528. Woodcut printer's device on title and verso of final leaf. Slight worming, first and last few leaves browned). Later mottled calf gilt (hinges repaired). Adams E435. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.
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2013-06-13 19:42:27
THORER, Alban (1489-1550), ed. -
Basel, Cratander, 1528.In-folio. Legatura coeva in pergamena. Con 2 belle cornici ornamentali dis. da Holbein e inc. in rame da Jacob Faber, e moltissimi graziosi capilettera. (12), 125, (1) ff.; vecchio timbretto e antico nome sul frontespizio; qualche foglio leggermente ossidato; buon esemplare. Rara prima edizione della prima antologia di testi di farmacologia ed alimentazione dell?antichità e del primo medioevo. Vennero raccolti da Alban Thorer, professore di medicina a Basilea e traduttore di diversi classici della medicina antica. Paleari Henssler 728. Durling 4351. Wellcome 5353. Eimas, Heirs of Hippocrates, 194: «This rare volume contains one of the earliest collections of those medical writers and physicians whose works bridged the period between the early Greeks and the Middle Ages. Soranus of Ephesus (ca. 98-138), In artem medendi isagoge, is here in its first edition. Fragments from Oribasius? tract, De victus ratione, are presented in their only edition. The treatise De re medica, ascribed to Pliny the Elder (23-79), differs from the only other printed version, published in 1509. De herbarum virtutibus, here attributed to Lucius Apuleius? (fl. 2nd century), is more likely the work of Apuleius Barbarus or Pseudo-Apuleius (fl. 4th century) and, as usual, is accompanied by De betonica commonly ascribed to the Roman physician, Antonius Musa (fl. 23 B.C.). Two fine woodcut borders and many initials add unusual interest to this work which is seemingly little known to collectors, bibliographers and medical historians». First edition of the first collection of ancient … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport
2013-06-11 14:55:43
Epicuro Marcantonio
Vinegia, Giovanni Antonio et fratelli da Sabbio, 1528.In-16° (149x100mm), 24 carte, legatura moderna in p. pergamena. Titolo entro bella cornice xilografica archiettonica figurata; marca tipografica al forntespizio, ripetuta in fine, con un delfino nuotante nel mare sotto un cielo trapunto di stelle; testo in carattere corsivo. Esemplare leggermente rifilato in testa; alcune bruniture lievi. In buono stato. Seconda e assai rara edizione della Cecaria, l'opera più conosciuta dell'umanista abruzzese, dopo la prima del 1526 impressa dagli stessi editori. L'edizione del 1525 dell'opera si è infatti rivelata insistente, ancorché citata dal Gamba, dal Brunet e del Salvioli; nessuna copia con tale data figura in biblioteche italiane e straniere né è mai stata commercializzata, né è registrata dal da Sander o dal Allacci o dai recenti Annali dei Nicolini di L. Carpané, in ?Il mestiere de le stamperie de i libri?, a cura di E.Sandal. "Tre ciechi (il Vecchio, il Geloso e il Terzo, come sono definiti nelle didascalie delle edizioni e dei manoscritti), il primo dei quali accompagnato da una Guida, invocano la morte per la loro infermità causata dall'amore. Dal loro incontro nasce l'occasione per una descrizione delle proprie sventure e delle bellezze delle donne amate, in cui sono riconoscibili anche i topoi della descrizione muliebre tipici della poesia del tempo. L'apparizione di un sacerdote d'Amore compie il miracolo di far riacquistare la vista ai tre ciechi. Questo è in breve l'argomento della "tragicommedia", fortunato genere che trova il precedente immediato nelle ecloghe pasto … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-05-05 06:26:51
UGOLINI F.A.
Ril. tipo tela con sovr., cm 34x25, pp 188-LXXIX-267, i 2 fregi later. riproducono motivi da statuti perug. del 1528, xilograf. di M.Leboroni, 8 tavv f.t. di cui 7 sono costituite da xilogr. della stessa A., ediz. di 100 esempl., il nostro, n° 49, reca la firma dell'Autore.
Bookseller: Editoriale Umbra
2013-04-20 10:36:01
Basel, Andreas Cratander, 1528. Folio. 12 n.n. Bl. 125 numerierte Bl. 1 n.n. Bl. Druckermarke. Mit wiederholter Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titelblatt und dem letzten Blatt, 2 Blatt mit Holzschnittbordüren von Jakob Faber nach Hans Holbein und vielen Holzschnittinitialen. Halblederband des 18. Jahrhunderts mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und kleinem goldgeprägtem Wappensupralibros auf dem Rücken. Adams S 1461. - VD16 D 1104. - Durling 4351. - Wellcome I, 5353. - HOH 194. - Erste Ausgabe dieser Sammlung wichtiger medizinisch klassischer Texte, die zwar weder den angegebenen Autoren nachgewiesen werden können, noch in dieser Form geschrieben wurden. Thorer und andere Kompilatoren übersetzten auf Grund griechischer Fragmente, deren Autorschaft unklar war. Die Soranus und Oribasius zugeschriebenen Texte sind hier erstmals gedruckt. Der Text von Plinius wurde 1509 bereits in abweichender Form gedruckt. Der Apuleius zugeschriebene Text dürfte eine Schrift des Apuleis Barbarus oder Pseudo-Apuleius aus dem 4. Jahrhundert nach Christus sein. Dieser Text wird üblicherweise begleitet mit dem Text der "Petonica" des römischen Physikers Antonia Musa. - Die ersten drei Blatt leicht fleckig, sonst fleckenloses Exemplar aus dem Besitz der russischen Zaren mit Bibliotheksschild auf dem Innendeckel und dem Zarenwappen auf dem Einbandrücken.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat [Switzerland]
2013-01-04 20:13:19
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius
...per Luca Gauricum...recognitum... Printer's device in red on title & numerous woodcut diagrams in the text. Title printed in red & black. 6 p.l., 143 numbered leaves. Folio, most attractive early 18th-cent. mottled half-sheep & mottled boards (head of spine a bit worn, title a little browned), spine gilt, red & green morocco lettering pieces on spine. Venice: L. Giunta, 1528. First edition of the first translation of the Almagest from the original Greek. Previously Ptolemy's great astronomical text was available only in the 12th-century translation of Gherardo da Cremona from an Arabic translation (1st ed.: 1515). The present translation was made directly from the Greek in 1451 by George of Trebizond, using a manuscript in the Vatican; this translation was edited for publication by Luca Gaurico. The original Greek text was not published until 1538. The Almagest was the foundation of ancient astronomy and a work as influential as the Elements of Euclid. "Ptolemy's chief work in astronomy, and the book on which his later reputation mainly rests, is the Almagest...It is a manual covering the whole of mathematical astronomy as the ancients conceived it...the Almagest is a masterpiece of clarity and method, superior to any ancient scientific textbook and with few peers from any period."-D.S.B., XI, pp. 187 & 196. "Among the instruments mentioned or described in the Almagest are the equatorial armillary for determining the equinoxes at Alexandria; the plinth and the meridional armillary for determining the midday and meridian altitude of the sun; the triquetrum for … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-12-28 21:40:46
BOCCACCIO Giovanni
In-8 p. (mm. 208x147), bellissima legat. ottocentesca con elaborata decorazione oro ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con filetti e tit. oro, 66 cc.nn. (segnatura: A-O4, P6, S4), testo su due colonne in carattere corsivo. Frontespizio con bella cornice figurata, composta da quattro blocchi, con putti e motivi floreali, in silografia. Al verso dell?ultima carta grande marca tipografica con un ippogrifo, entro cornice arricchita di fregi silografici. Dedica di Tizzone Gaetano al Signor Pirro di Gonzaga. "Terza edizione, assai rara" (la prima è di Ferrara, 1475 - la seconda, sempre del XV secolo, senza luogo e nome stampatore. v. Gamba,217). La Teseida è un ?poema in 12 libri, in ottava rima, scritto nel 1339-1340, verso la fine del soggiorno napoletano dell?autore. Dalla lettera dedicatoria che precede il poema appare ch?esso fu composto su istanza di Fiammetta, la gentildonna amata dal Boccaccio, e nelle peripezie dell?amorosa vicenda che costituisce l?argomento, il Boccaccio ha poeticamente trascritto le varie vicende, prima liete e poi tristi, dei suoi amorosi rappporti con madonna Fiammetta. L?argomento del poema è tratto da un rifacimento medievale della "Tebaide" di Stazio, dal "Roman de Thebes" e dal notissimo "Roman de la Rose"?. Così Diz. delle opere Bompiani,VII, p. 398. Cfr. Gamba,218: ?Assai rara? - Adams,2186, p. 174 - Short-Title Cat. British Library, p. 111 - Essling,II/2, p. 655 - Sander,I,1095. Prime 3 cc. restaur. per picc. fori di tarlo al marg. infer.; lieve alone margin. o lievi arross. solo su alc. cc., altrim. esempl. ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2012-06-29 10:29:37
SU ZHI LIANG
Hok-lam. Pub. Date :2011-08-01 version 1. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 1528 Publisher: learn Lin Pub. Date :2011-08-01 version 1. Contents: Introduction to urban space. urban and urban changes in Temple Part I: the formation of public space in modern Chengxiang Shiliupu Part II: by Kong because Hong Kong City. Jiangsu City III Bund: Shanghai's Modern door Yangshupu IV: the cradle of modern industry Wusong V: Opening of Part VI of the two winding Jing'an Temple: From temple to the city Xujiahui evolution VII: the experimental area of ??western learn... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.
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2012-06-20 15:29:57
MONER
- EDICION FACSIMIL DEL ORIGINAL IMPRESO EN "BARCELONA: POR CARLOS AMOROS, 1528", CUYO UNICO EJEMPLAR SE ENCUENTRA EN LA BIBLIOTECA NACIONAL DE MADRID / La edición ha sido dirigida por ANTONIO PEREZ Y GOMEZ.- Valencia: Tipografía Moderna, 1951.- 52 hojas sin numerar; Folio 25 x 35 cms.; gran papel de 34 Kg., cin cortar, con amplios márgenes y con todas sus barbas; impresión a dos tintas.- EDICION LIMITADA DE 300 EJEMPLARES. DE ELLOS 40 SIN NUMERAR. EL RESTO NUMERADOS DEL 1 AL 260. ESTE ES EL N° 165. CONFECCIONADO CON PAPEL "PHENIX" DE LA GELIDENSE S. A. EXPRESAMENTE PREPARADO PARA ESTA EDICION. RARISIMO LIBRO DE ESTE POCO DIFUNDIDO AUTOR CATALAN. Libro en español [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB
2012-06-14 10:09:00
Castiglione, Baldassare (1478?1529)
4 books in 2 volumes: [8]+xvi+255 pages with frontispiece; 205 pages with index and errata. Octavo (8" x 5 3/4) bound in stiff wrappers with lables to spines and deckle edges. This edition not in Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana; however, there are a number of listings for this title in the bibliography (4315 through 4330), listing 16 editions of various dates and publishers. First published in 1528.Baldassare Castiglione, count of Novilara was an Italian courtier, diplomat, soldier and a prominent Renaissance author. He was born into an illustrious Lombard family at Casatico, near Mantua. In 1494, at the age of sixteen, Castiglione began his humanist studies in Milan, which would eventually form his future writings. However, in 1499, after the death of his father, Castiglione left his studies and Milan to succeed his father as the head of their noble family. Soon his duties seem to have included representative offices for the Gonzaga court. For the Gonzaga he traveled quite often; during one of his missions to Rome, he met Guidobaldo da Montefeltro, duke of Urbino. Urbino was at that time the most refined and elegant among Italian courts, a meeting point of culture ably directed and managed by duchess Elisabetta Gonzaga and her sister-in-law Maria Emilia Pia. The most constant guests included: Pietro Bembo, Giuliano de' Medici, Cardinal Bibbiena, Ottaviano and Federigo Fregoso, and Cesare Gonzaga, a cousin of both Castiglione and the duke. The hosts and guests organized intellectual competitions which resulted in an interesting, stimulating cultural life producing b … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-10 11:34:58
Benedeto Bordone
Venecia 1528. - Dos mapas xilográficos insertos en página de texto,uno en cara posterior y otro en la anterior.cada mapa 14x 8 cms.Son los primeros mapas impresos de las Baleares que se pueden obtener hoy dia.Pertenecen al isolario de Bordone que publicado en 1528 recoge islas del Mediterra neo e incorpora mapas del Caribe y de Extremo Oriente. Hoy en día muy raro de obtener.Se reeditó en 1535 y 1547.Los Isolarios tuvieron gran profusión en el s XVI y XVII.
Bookseller: Libreria Pontes
2012-06-07 06:54:34
PALLADIUS Rutilius Taurus
Nicolò Zoppino, 1528. In 4° (20,8 x 15). Cc. (6) + LXXII. Stupendo frontespizio xilografico a bordura che racchiude la marca con una raffigurazione di San Nicola nella sua cattedra episcopale. Invisibili restauri al titolo, conserva qualche traccia di sporco e duso. Buon esemplare in elegante legatura metà Settecento tutta pelle maculata, cornice oro ai piatti, titolo al dorso su tassello in marocchino. Rara edizione adorna di uno splendido frontespizio xilografico del fondamentale trattato per la descrizione del mondo e delle tecniche agricole di epoca greca e romana. Lautore, vissuto nel IV secolo d.C., la divise in un capitolo introduttivo e altri dodici su vari temi, uno per ogni mese dellanno. É la seconda edizione in volgare, (1a: Siena 1526), redatta dal "Maestro Pietro Marino da Fuligno" che la dedica al suo benefattore Giulio Colonna. Rare second Italian translation of the basilar work on Agriculture of ancient Rome, written around the IV Century a.C. Unobtrusive marginal restoration in the magnificent xylographic title-page, some traces of use overall a very good copy in pleasant Eighteenth Century full marbled calf, title on morocco piece on spine gilt. ICCU/EDIT16, n. 47210 (solo 8 es.). BRUNET, suppl. II-133. SANDER, n. 5394 e pl. 135. Non in ADAMS e BM [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTIQUARIA PIEMONTESE [TORINO, Italy]
2012-06-05 20:20:30
Theodor de Bry (1528-1598)
16th century engraving from Voyages to AmericaTheodor de Bry (1528-1598)Voyages to AmericaFrankfurt: 1591Hand-colored copper plate engravings, after drawings by Jacques Le Moyne12" x 9"; 23 ½" x 20" framedTheodore de Bry was born in Liege (Belgium) in 1528 to well-to-do Protestant parents. He lived in Liege until the 1560s, when he was forced to flee to Strasborg to avoid the religious persecution. To earn his living in Strasborg, de Bry opened a goldsmith shop and also worked as an engraver. In 1588, de Bry moved to Frankfurt, and it was at this point late in his life that de Bry turned his attention and considerable skill as an engraver toward illustrating and reprinting works concerning the New World of the Americas.De Bry?s landmark volume is a striking visual interpretation on 16th century Native American culture in the Southeast. Jacques Le Moyne traveled to La Florida, as the entire region was known, in 1562 with a French expedition to encourage colonization of the New World. Le Moyne lived in the Huguenot colony at Fort Caroline, compiling an extensive collection of drawings to document the daily life and ritual practices of the local Indians. The colony was destroyed by the Spaniards in 1865, but Le Moyne was able to escape with his drawings.Theodore DeBry completed these stunning engravings in Frankfurt in 1591. The images of the New World convey a strong sense of the mystery and exoticism that characterized early European notions about the New World and it?s native ?savages.? These images, including scenes of hunting, farming and warfare as well as cannibalism an … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-05 20:20:30
Theodor de Bry (1528-1598)
16th century engraving from Voyages to AmericaTheodor de Bry (1528-1598)Voyages to AmericaFrankfurt: 1591Hand-colored copper plate engravings, after drawings by Jacques Le Moyne12" x 9"; 23 ½" x 20" framedCondition: some visible losses, staining from non-archival material visible Theodore de Bry was born in Liege (Belgium) in 1528 to well-to-do Protestant parents. He lived in Liege until the 1560s, when he was forced to flee to Strasborg to avoid the religious persecution. To earn his living in Strasborg, de Bry opened a goldsmith shop and also worked as an engraver. In 1588, de Bry moved to Frankfurt, and it was at this point late in his life that de Bry turned his attention and considerable skill as an engraver toward illustrating and reprinting works concerning the New World of the Americas.De Bry?s landmark volume is a striking visual interpretation on 16th century Native American culture in the Southeast. Jacques Le Moyne traveled to La Florida, as the entire region was known, in 1562 with a French expedition to encourage colonization of the New World. Le Moyne lived in the Huguenot colony at Fort Caroline, compiling an extensive collection of drawings to document the daily life and ritual practices of the local Indians. The colony was destroyed by the Spaniards in 1865, but Le Moyne was able to escape with his drawings.Theodore DeBry completed these stunning engravings in Frankfurt in 1591. The images of the New World convey a strong sense of the mystery and exoticism that characterized early European notions about the New World and it?s native ?savages.? These images … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-05 20:20:30
Theodor de Bry (1528-1598)
16th century engraving from Voyages to AmericaTheodor de Bry (1528-1598)Voyages to AmericaFrankfurt: 1591Hand-colored copper plate engravings, after drawings by Jacques Le Moyne12" x 9"; 23 ½" x 20" framedTheodore de Bry was born in Liege (Belgium) in 1528 to well-to-do Protestant parents. He lived in Liege until the 1560s, when he was forced to flee to Strasborg to avoid the religious persecution. To earn his living in Strasborg, de Bry opened a goldsmith shop and also worked as an engraver. In 1588, de Bry moved to Frankfurt, and it was at this point late in his life that de Bry turned his attention and considerable skill as an engraver toward illustrating and reprinting works concerning the New World of the Americas.De Bry?s landmark volume is a striking visual interpretation on 16th century Native American culture in the Southeast. Jacques Le Moyne traveled to La Florida, as the entire region was known, in 1562 with a French expedition to encourage colonization of the New World. Le Moyne lived in the Huguenot colony at Fort Caroline, compiling an extensive collection of drawings to document the daily life and ritual practices of the local Indians. The colony was destroyed by the Spaniards in 1865, but Le Moyne was able to escape with his drawings.Theodore DeBry completed these stunning engravings in Frankfurt in 1591. The images of the New World convey a strong sense of the mystery and exoticism that characterized early European notions about the New World and it?s native ?savages.? These images, including scenes of hunting, farming and warfare as well as cannibalism an … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-05 20:20:30
Theodor de Bry (1528-1598)
16th century engraving from Voyages to AmericaTheodor de Bry (1528-1598)Voyages to AmericaFrankfurt: 1591Hand-colored copper plate engravings, after drawings by Jacques Le Moyne12" x 9"; 23 ½" x 20" framedTheodore de Bry was born in Liege (Belgium) in 1528 to well-to-do Protestant parents. He lived in Liege until the 1560s, when he was forced to flee to Strasborg to avoid the religious persecution. To earn his living in Strasborg, de Bry opened a goldsmith shop and also worked as an engraver. In 1588, de Bry moved to Frankfurt, and it was at this point late in his life that de Bry turned his attention and considerable skill as an engraver toward illustrating and reprinting works concerning the New World of the Americas.De Bry?s landmark volume is a striking visual interpretation on 16th century Native American culture in the Southeast. Jacques Le Moyne traveled to La Florida, as the entire region was known, in 1562 with a French expedition to encourage colonization of the New World. Le Moyne lived in the Huguenot colony at Fort Caroline, compiling an extensive collection of drawings to document the daily life and ritual practices of the local Indians. The colony was destroyed by the Spaniards in 1865, but Le Moyne was able to escape with his drawings.Theodore DeBry completed these stunning engravings in Frankfurt in 1591. The images of the New World convey a strong sense of the mystery and exoticism that characterized early European notions about the New World and it?s native ?savages.? These images, including scenes of hunting, farming and warfare as well as cannibalism an … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-31 17:32:19
FERNEL, Jean
Title within Colines's fine woodcut "Quadrivium" border & criblé initials. 4 p.l., 24 leaves. Folio, attractive antique panelled calf (title a little soiled). Paris: S. de Colines, 1528. First edition of this very rare book; it "is one of the best of the sixteenth-century treatises on the mediaeval proportion. It follows the Boethian treatment, as seen also in the work of Bradwardin."­Smith, Rara Arithmetica, p. 157. "Fernel (1497-1558), before making a name for himself in medicine, was first attracted by the mathematical sciences, as evidenced by his first three publications -- of which this is the third, and all three of which were issued by Simon de Colines: De Proportionibus was preceded by Monalosphaerium, 1527, and Cosmotheoria, 1528. Fernel received his M.D. degree in 1530 and became a very influential physician through his numerous writings; he became physician to Catherine de Médicis, whose barrenness he cured, and eventually was appointed chief physician to King Henri II."­Schreiber 35. Fine unpressed copy. Renouard 117. Sherrington, Fernel, p. 189 (3.C). .
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2011-12-28 17:25:29
MONER Y DE BARUTELL (Fr. Francisco de)
1528. compuestas en diversos tiempos y por diversos y notables motivos: las quales son mas para conoscer y aborrescer el mundo q para seguir sus lisonjas y engaños. Edición facsímil del original impreso en "Barcelona por Carlos Amorós, 1528", cuyo único ejemplar se encuentra en la Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid . La edición ha sido dirigida por Antonio Perez y Gómez. Valencia: Tipografía Moderna, 1951, 25x32, 1 hoja de justificación de la tirada, 52 hojas de facsímiles, 1 hoja blanca y 1 hoja de colofón moderno. Impreso a 2 tintas sobre papel "Phoenix" de 34 kilogramos. Tirada de 300 ejemplares (de los que 260 son venales), el nuestro pertenece a la tirada de 30 (de la A a la Z) con la letra J (ejemplar de colaborador). (35603).
Bookseller: Librería J. Cintas [Madrid, Spain]
2011-01-22 09:50:55
DE BRY, Theodor
1528. Frankfurt: De Bry, Theodorus. unbound. very good. Etching. Includes Latin text. Image with text measures 10.25" x 7". Depicts shore of Principe Island, which is located in West Africa off the coast of Guinea. Faint stain on upper right of page. Theodore De Bry (1528-1598) was born in Belgium but spent much of his career traveling and working around Europe, before settling in Frankfurt-am-Main.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-06-06 11:55:47
Pürstinger, Berthold
München, Schobser 1528. 31 cm. (504) Seiten mit Titel (in Rot) und Titeleinfassung in Holzschnitt. Blindgeprägter Schweinsldr.-Bd. der Zeit mit Schließbändern - VD16 P 2923 - Adams P-1276 - Baring, Theol. 20b - Schottenl. Schobser 92 und Tafel 14 - Erste Ausgabe (Impressum am Schluß, datiert 31. August 1528) von Pirstingers Hauptwerk, welches den Anfang der Reformation auf katholischer Seite markiert. Enthält in 100 Kapiteln die erste deutsche Dogmatik auf Grundlage der Heiligen Schrift und der Werke des Thomas von Aquin. Variante des ersten Drucks mit dem am Schluß hinzugefügten Brief Pirstingers an den Kardinal Matthäus Lang, in dem er über die Entstehung seines Werkes berichtet. Der Einband ist von einem anderen Werk auf dieses übertragen (Remboitage), im weißen Rand gelegentlich fleckig, wenig störende Wurmlöcher, erste 2 Blatt Ecke unterlegt. -
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2008-12-07 16:46:10
MONER
NULL. Soft cover [EDICION FACSIMIL DEL ORIGINAL IMPRESO EN "BARCELONA: POR CARLOS AMOROS, 1528", CUYO UNICO EJEMPLAR SE ENCUENTRA EN LA BIBLIOTECA NACIONAL DE MADRID / La edición ha sido dirigida por ANTONIO PEREZ Y GOMEZ].- Valencia: Tipografía Moderna, 1951.- [1 h. de justificación de la tirada] + 52 hojas sin numerar del facsímil + [1 h. de colofón]; Folio (35 x 25 cm).; Gran papel de 34 Kg., sin cortar, con amplios márgenes y con todas sus barbas; Magnífica impresión a dos tintas en letra gótica.- EDICION LIMITADA DE 300 EJEMPLARES. DE ELLOS 40 SIN NUMERAR. EL RESTO NUMERADOS DEL 1 AL 260. POSEEMOS LOS Nos. 60, 61 y 165.CONFECCIONADO CON PAPEL "PHENIX" DE LA GELIDENSE S. A. EXPRESAMENTE PREPARADO PARA ESTA EDICION. RARISIMO LIBRO DE ESTE POCO DIFUNDIDO AUTOR CATALAN. IMPECABLE ESTADO.* Libro en español
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Spain]
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2008-12-02 08:54:01
Augustinus, Aurelius
Basel, Froben 1528. 38 cm. 923, (1) Seiten mit 2 Druckermarken über 30 Initialen von Hans Holbein d. J. aus 3 Serien. Blindgeprägter Schweinsleder-Band der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Messingschließen - VD16 A 4148 - Hollstein, German 115, 119, 126 - Haeghen, Erasmus II, 11 - Realenz. II, 257 - Die erste von Erasmus kommentierte Gesamtausgabe. Der vorliegende Band enthält unter anderem: De mendacio ad Consentium; De fide et operibus; De consensu Evangelistarum; Vigintiunius sententiarum; De trinitate et unitate dei; De vera et falsa poenitentia; De sermone domini in monte. Einband fleckig, Kanten stellenweise bestoßen, durchgängig Wurmlöcher, zeitgenössische Anstreichungen und Notizen, auf Vorsatz Besitzeintrag "J. Rosenbaum Presbyterum Trevirum 1804" - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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