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2019-08-06 03:55:22
1529. Trixum Fabri, Johannes. Cristenliche Ablainung des erschrockenlichen yrsal, so Caspar Schwenckfelder in der Schlesy, wider die warhait des hochwirdigen Sacraments leibs und bluets aufzerichten understanden hat. Wien, Singriener, 1529. 4°, circa 19,8 x 16 cm. 40 Blatt mit figürlicher Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre Pergament des 17. Jh., mit 2 Metallschliessen. - VD16 F 194. Seltene zeitgenössische Streitschrift des Humanisten und katholischen Theologen Johann Fabri (auch Johannes Faber Heigerlin, 1478-1541), der im Jahr 1530 Bischof von Wien wurde. Er richtet sich hier gegen die Abendmahlslehre des Kaspar Schwenckfeld (1490-1561), der 1528 aus seiner schlesischen Heimat verbannt worden war und sich immer weiter einem mystischen Spiritualismus zuwandte, der von Luthers Theologie in mehreren Punkten abwich. Trotz mehrfacher Verurteilungen blieb er dank der Hilfe einflussreicher Freunde unbehelligt und konnte seine Lehre ausformulieren, die zum grossen Teil auf "Eingebungen" beruhte. Sie lebt durch Auswanderer aus Schlesien noch heute in Pennsylvania in der "Schwenkfelder Church" weiter. - Schönes Exemplar, einige zeitgenössische Marginalien (teils etwas angeschnitten). Vorsätze erneuert, Schliessen vollständig vorhanden (Buch öffnet sich jedoch von alleine, d.h. die Schliessen halten nicht zu). Sauber und hübsch gebunden. Bilder Kostenlose XXL Bilder bei TRIXUM.DE Diese Auktion wurde mit trixum.de erstellt.
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-08-03 20:33:29
FRIES, Lorenz [Laur, Laurent] (1485?-1532?); Otto BRUNFELS.
Balthasser Beck, 1529., Strassburg. Folio in 6s. COLLATION: a-y6, z4, A6 (lacking final blank). Title within elaborate woodcut border flanked by the figures of Galen and Asclepius, the apothecary, mother (left), patient, and herbalist (right), above the title: an ornamental view of two figures, two dragon-like heads facing one another, a winged cherub. Leaf xi "has the picture of the contrafacter Lasszman ("counterfeit bloodletting manikin"). This is Choulant's "b" edition, where "a" is the Grieninger edition, a totally different treatment within and that edition heavily illustrated. WITH: [Hortus Sanitatis] Gart der gesuntheit zu latin Ortus sanitatis. von allerley Thieren, Voglen, Vischen, oder Morwundern vnd Edlem gstein daruss gezogen von den naturlichen Meistern was dem menschen zu seiner gesundtheit dienet, mit hochstem fleisss durch sucht, corrigiert und gebessert ; Jtem ein neuw Register . Strassburg, Beck, 1529. Folio in 6s. COLLATION: a-z6, A6 (lacking final blank). Title with 4 woodcuts, numerous woodcuts throughout. This work printed in two column format. [Colophon: Getruckt zu Strassburg am Holtzmarckt, durch Balthasser Beck. Und vollendt uff den vier und zwentzigsten tag des Hornungs. Im jar der geburt Christi unsers selig machers. M.D.XXIX.]. 2 works bound in one. Folio in 6s. [12 x 8.25 inches] cxlj; [143] leaves. Contemporary full blind-stamped pig-skin with historiated portraits in center panels, manuscript spine title, two brass clasps, all edges stained blue; joints starting to split. Lacks first and last blank leaves, G1 of HORTUS with closed tear at gu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA [Carlsbad, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-06-16 13:00:16
Actuaris, Joannes Zacharias
Cratandrum, Basileae (Basel), 1529. kl.8°. 8 Bll., 443 (richtig 447) S. Original-Lederband über 5 Bünde. mit goldgepr. Rückenschild. Druckermarke verso letzte Seite. (Eiunband berieben und bestossen, mit Anmerkungen v. alter Hand auf Titel, Vorsatz mit Exlibris "Hopetoun", nur wenige Unterstreichungen, insgesamt sehr gut). 1. lateinische Ausgabe. Im späten 11. Jahrhundert bezeichnete Actuarius einen Arzt mit umfassendem Wissensgebiet. Der Autor war einer der letzten dieser Ärzte.
Bookseller: Aegis Buch - und Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2019-06-16 13:00:16
Actuaris, Joannes Zacharias
Basileae (Basel), Cratandrum 1529. kl.8. 8 Bll., 443 (richtig 447) S. Original-Lederband über 5 Bünde. mit goldgepr. Rückenschild. Druckermarke verso letzte Seite. (Eiunband berieben und bestossen, mit Anmerkungen v. alter Hand auf Titel, Vorsatz mit Exlibris "Hopetoun", nur wenige Unterstreichungen, insgesamt sehr gut).
Bookseller: Aegis Antiquariat [Germany]
2019-06-02 07:50:27
Augustinus
Paris: Regnault, 1529. Augustinus Aurelius: In psalmorum primam quinquagenam explanatio & Principalium sententiarum in explanationem libri psalmorum. Two parts in one volume Published: Paris, Regnault, Bonemere, 1529 Size: 27 x 18 cm Condition: please see photos - Modern blindstamped leather over wood boards, spine with old leather. Intact clasps. CCCLIX leaves, 65 leaves. First two leaves missing. Leaves bound in quite tight. Shipping-costs: see description Payment: Paypal or Banktransfer.
Bookseller: print-forum (odetowhitman*) [Berlin, DE]
2019-05-18 18:56:03
APPIANUS
Title within historiated, architectural woodcut border, printer's monogram at foot of title border, woodcut printers device on verso of final leaf, white-on-black woodcut initials, some historiated. 4to (215 x 160mm). [14]ff, 723, [1]pp. (c6 blank). Nineteenth-century red morocco, title lettered in gilt on upper cover and lion, gilt, on lower, spine gilt with five raised bands, inside gilt dentelle border, marbled endpapers (minor worming to spine and boards, joints weak but holding, light fading to upper board). Mainz, Johannes Schoeffer,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-05-11 23:22:09
APPIANUS
1529. Title within historiated, architectural woodcut border, printer's monogram at foot of title border, woodcut printers device on verso of final leaf, white-on-black woodcut initials, some historiated. 4to (215 x 160mm). [14]ff, 723, [1]pp. (c6 blank). Nineteenth-century red morocco, title lettered in gilt on upper cover and lion, gilt, on lower, spine gilt with five raised bands, inside gilt dentelle border, marbled endpapers (minor worming to spine and boards, joints weak but holding, light fading to upper board). Mainz, Johannes Schoeffer, Handsome first and only edition published by Schoeffer of the works of Appian of Alexandria (c.95-165 A.D.); written originally in Appian's native Greek, the Latin translation in this edition is that of humanist scholar Pier Candido Decembrio, completed between 1452-4 and first printed in 1472 in Venice. The five books on the Roman Civil War here describe the decline of the Roman Republic and the internal faction and power struggles that took place towards its end. Following those are ethnographic studies on five ethnic groups. In total, Appian wrote 24 books of Roman history, of which these five constitute around half of those that have survived in any substantive form. 'Appian was a narrator of events rather than a philosophic historian. His style is destitute of ornament, but in the rhetorical passages, which are numerous, it is animated, forcible, and at times eloquent' (Appian, Roman History I (Loeb), x). Occasional marginal annotation. Ex libris of Baron von Hummel and Conte Annoni di Gussola (possibly Federico Annoni) on vers … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-05-11 07:22:39
Sale Document - Granada Spain.
Granada, 1529. On original C16 document 9 of which the above is only a later abstract), there is also an outside endorsement panel which seems to confirm that the abstract and the C16 document belong together. Medieval Spain and Portugal was the scene of almost constant warfare between Muslims and Christians. The last Muslim bastion, Nasrid Granada fell around 1492. By this time the Moors in Castile numbered "half a million within the realm, 100,000 had died or been enslaved, 200,000 emigrated, and 200,000 remained as the residual population. Many of the Muslim elite, including Muhammad XII, who had been given the area of the Alpujarra mountain as a principality, found life under Christian rule intolerable and passed over into North Africa. This document is a deed of sale for two medium shops in Granada few years after the Arab rule ended, and the benefice of San Miguel belonging to Juan de la Guardia and Pedro de Jaen situated in the Plaza del Hatavin having two gates, granted by the same in favour of Juan Alvarez Zapata for the price of 33 gold ducats of excise, this 2nd December 1529 before Juan de Carmona notary public of this city. And they subsequently proceed to include in this document (i.e., the deed). Power of attorney granted by Pedro de Jaen, sastre and resident of Jaen to his cousin Juan de la Guardia for the sale of two shops located on the new square. Size: 8vo. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: FOLIOS LIMITED [London, United Kingdom]
2019-05-01 07:50:37
Giovanni Francesco Fortunio
Venice: Melchior Sessa, 1529. 56 leaves | 8vo | A-G^8 | 153 x 102 mm ¶ Fifth edition of the very first Italian grammar, after the first edition of 1516 and to be followed by a dozen more in the 16th century; the first of four Sessa editions. Fortunio published his Regole before the very idea of vernacular grammar was taken seriously. Only after the publication of Pietro Bembo's Prose della volgar lingua (1525) would Italian grammars be published in meaningful numbers. ¶ The invisibility of early vernacular instruction methods stands in stark contrast to the relatively documented history of Latin education. The humanist teachers who dominated the published corpus of Renaissance pedagogical texts more or less ignored vernacular education. Vernacular schools did exist, and we know that children would have brought their own vernacular texts to school with them, the present grammar being one such example. But these were not students destined for humanistic fame. "Boys on the far side of the social divide learned how to read, write, think, and count in Italian," Paul Grendler writes. "Not aimed toward university study, the professions, or civic leadership, these boys graduated into the world of work." ¶ Not only the first Italian grammar, but Fortunio's was one of the first European vernacular grammars altogether. We locate only one copy of this edition in North America (Newberry), and no earlier editions in commerce in the last decade. --- PROVENANCE: With an early ownership inscription on the front cover: "Io Domenico Cambari[?] da Imola." Both boards bear faint tra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Patrick Olson Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2019-04-19 11:33:29
Theophrastus von Ereos
Vænit Parisiis apud Egidium Gourmoncium (Wechel), 1529, kl.-8°, (16), (14), (2), 343, (22), (3) pp.; (18), 354, (24) pp., alter Pergamenteinband; teilweise im oberen Rand zarter Wasserrand; trotz der Mängel, ein feines Exemplar. Theophrasti de historia, et causis plantarum, libri quindecim. Theodoro Gaza interprete. Ejusdem, Tabulas duas capita librorum complectentes : quarum unam libris de historia, alteram de causis plantarum, unàcum vocabulis quibusdam græcorum & latinorum nominum, præfixas invenies lector. Theodoro Gaza interprete. & Second and last part: "Theophrasti de causis plantarum libri VI. Theodoro Gaza interprete. Luteciæ, ex officina Christiani Wechel. 1529" Very Rare second single edition, first published in Tarvisii (1483) and together with Aristotel. Hist. anim. Ventia (1504). "Copies of the complete 1529 edition seem to be quite rare as we have found only three others listed above." Hunt catalogue 1:34-35, entry 26. "This is the earliest work of scientific botany, a subject not addressed in any of the writings of Aristotle." Theophrastus "system of botanical classification, analogous to the zoological system in Aristotle's Historia animalium, maintained its authority until the advent of the microscope in the mid 17th century." Garrison & Morton Theophrastus of Eresos (c.370-287 bce), "one of Aristotle's greatest students, built upon Diodes' work and founded the field of biology known as botany. In his works 'On the Natural History of Plants' and 'On the Origins of Plants', Theophrastus identified and classified over 500 species of plants and explained thei … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2019-04-15 15:52:56
TERENCE;
Paris Robert Esienne 1529 In-folio (29,5 x 20,5 cm) de (8)-182-(22) ff. (sign. *8a-z, A8B, C6), veau fauve à coins de basane olive, dos orné à nerfs, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, filet à froid d'encadrement sur les plats, tranches rouges (reliure du XVIIIe siècle). Première édition in-folio typographiée en deux corps de caractères romains des comédies de Térence avec le commentaire de Donat sortie des presses de Robert Estienne avec sa marque typographique à l'olivier sur le titre. Colophon : Excudebat Robertus Stephanus in sua officina, ann. a Christo Redemptore nostro nato M. D. XXIX., VI. nonas jul. Renouard : « Robert Estienne fut aidé d'un ancien et bon manuscrit du commentaire du grammairien Aelius Donatius (IVe siècle), donné par Badius, son beau-père, (...) aidé par Pierre Rosset, bon poète latin de ce temps ». Estienne avait imprimé en 1526 une première collective de Térence, au format in-octavo « in 1529 he published a more ambitious edition of the comedies with the commentaries of Donatus » (Elizabeth Armstrong). Ex-libris manuscrit sur le titre "Cognel 1741", note manuscrite ancienne en marge du feuillet m6, petit trou dans le texte feuillet d5, quelques pâles mouillures. Coiffe de tête arasée, coupes et coins frottés. Adams, T.322 ; Renouard, 30, n°16 ; Schreiber, 39 (sans le commentaire) ; Armstrong, Robert Estienne, royal printer: an historical study of the elder Stephanus, p. 79.
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2019-04-08 10:46:08
BOURDIGNE
à Paris: 1529. BOURDIGNE Jean de - Hystoire agregative des annalles et cronicques danjou BOURDIGNE Jean de Hystoire agregative des annalles et cronicques danjou Chez Galliot du Pré, à Paris 1529, in-folio (21x31,5cm), (4f.) 207ff. (1f.), relié. Rarissime édition originale comportant une gravure pleine page au verso du feuillet aiiii montrant une scène où l'auteur, agenouillé, offre son ouvrage à Louise de Savoie, mère de François Ier, en présence d'une importante assemblée. Page de titre en rouge et noir, texte entièrement réglé établi sur 49 lignes.Reliure en demi basane brune, dos à six nerfs sertis de filets dorés, caissons soulignés de filets estampés à froid, roulette dorée et double filet doré en queue, plats de papier brun à la colle, toutes tranches mouchetées de rouge. Très petit trou de ver sur les derniers cahiers affectant sans gravité le texte par endroits, mouillure dans l'angle supérieur droit sur l'ensemble de l'ouvrage, petites taches jaunes n'affectant pas le texte au verso du feuillet vii.Ex-libris manuscrit à l'encre dans la partie inférieure de la page de titre, indiquant « du couvent des ff. Minimes de Paris ». Quelques annotations manuscrites de l'époque, ainsi que plusieurs manicules marginales.Première histoire recensée du duché d'Anjou, cet ouvrage est placé sous le patronage de Louise de Savoie qui en fut la duchesse. Le frontispice, essentiellement centré sur des figures féminines, les montre comme de véritables icônes, des allégories du Savoir et de la Sagesse. Aux côtés de Louise de Savoie, deux autres femmes dominent la foule : Judith à gauche … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
2019-04-05 21:06:00
Virgil (Vergilius Maro, Publius; 70-19 BC)
Lyons: Lyons; in typographia Jean Crespin, 1529. Full leather. Very Good. The Master of the Grüninger Workshop. WITH WOODCUTS FROM THE FIRST EVER ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF WORKS OF VIRGIL. Folio; two parts in one volme; CCLXVIII, LXXXVIII, [1], CCCCCC, [15]pp. COLLATION: a6, b-q8, r6, aa-ff4, ff8 [ff5-7 removed by the Inquisition]; A6, B-Z8, AA-OO8, PP6, ?8. Separate title page to each part, first title in red and black set within ornate woodcut border. BINDING: contemporary blind-stamped panelled calf over wooden boards (a little worn with spine rebacked and boards recornered), spine with four raised bands, remains of brass hasps and clasps. TEXT: In single column set within double column commentary, typically 51 text and 88 commentary lines per page, main text, commentary and headlines in roman type (A6 with neatly repaired tear within text without loss, early paper panel pasted over a few lines at head of ff8 obliterating text, very occasional stains and smudges, sporadic unobtrusive light staining and spotting, overall a very clean copy). WOODCUTS: Profusely illustrated with 205 woodcuts by the Master of the Grüninger workshop, initially prepared for the Strassburg edition of 1502 edited by Sebastian Brant. By the time Crespin acquired the Grüninger woodcuts they had been used to illustrate Murner's 1515 translation of the Aeneid and Sacon's Opera of 1517 and some were showing signs of wear, but the renaissance mastery of the cuts is nevertheless clear, set as they are in this editions's fine typography. REFERENCES: Adams V474; Mortimer, French, 538 (w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lyppard Books [Worcester, United Kingdom]
2019-04-04 14:03:39
VARRON
S.l. [Paris]: 1529. VARRON Marcus Terentius & CATON L'ANCIEN |& COLUMELLE Lucius Iunius Moderatus|& PALLADIUS Rutilius Taurus Aemilianus|& CICERON Marcus Tullius|& MACROBIUS Ambrosius Aurelius Theodosius|& CENSORIN - Libri de re rustica M. Catonis, M. Terentii Varronis, M. Iunii Moderati Columelle, Palladii Rutilii : quorum summam pagina sequens indicabit [avec] Macrobii Aurelii Theodosii Viri consularis, in Somnium Scipionis M. Tulii Ciceronis Libri duo, Et Saturnaliorum Lib. VII. Cum scholiis & indicibus Ascensianis [avec] De die Natali. Censorini opusculum, de die natali, ad Q. Cerellium VARRON Marcus Terentius & CATON L'ANCIEN |& COLUMELLE Lucius Iunius Moderatus|& PALLADIUS Rutilius Taurus Aemilianus|& CICERON Marcus Tullius|& MACROBIUS Ambrosius Aurelius Theodosius|& CENSORIN Libri de re rustica M. Catonis, M. Terentii Varronis, M. Iunii Moderati Columelle, Palladii Rutilii : quorum summam pagina sequens indicabit [avec] Macrobii Aurelii Theodosii Viri consularis, in Somnium Scipionis M. Tulii Ciceronis Libri duo, Et Saturnaliorum Lib. VII. Cum scholiis & indicibus Ascensianis [avec] De die Natali. Censorini opusculum, de die natali, ad Q. Cerellium Venundantur Iodoco Badio Ascensio [Josse Bade], S.l. [Paris] 1529 et 1524 pour les deux textes suivants, in-folio (20,5x31,5cm), A6 A8 a-t8 v6 x8 et Aa6 †4 A-O8 et Aa10, relié. Première édition parisienne du Libri de re rustica illustrée d'un titre-frontispice représentant une scène d'imprimerie, ainsi que diverses scènes mythologiques en encadrement. Une annotation manuscrite du temps sur la page de titre. Belles lettrine … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
2019-03-28 08:46:57
BUDÉ, Guillaume.
[Paris], Josse Badius, September 1529. Folio, pp. [lx], 967, [3], wanting final blank leaf; printed in Roman and Greek letter, title-page printed in red and black, Badius's 'Prelum Ascensianum' printing-press device (Renouard no. 3) and architectural border (Renouard no. 2) on title-page, engraved initial to p. [1]; small worm track to blank tail margin of first quire (old repair to title verso) turning into pinhole thereafter, short tear to blank head margin of ?1, small loss to blank fore-edge margin of K1, light ink stain to p. 17, some spotting to head of p. 515, a few other occasional light marks and stains, otherwise a very good, clean and crisp copy; modern full brown calf, blind-tooled frame and foliate and floral stamps to covers, spine in compartments with gilt lettering-piece; small early ownership inscriptions to title, a few marginal annotations and occasional underlining.A nice copy of the first edition of Budé's seminal study of the Greek language, dedicated to Francis I, and superbly printed by Josse Badius. 'Budé [1467-1540] was the most influential of the French humanistic scholars of the sixteenth century. He made his mark with a treatise on ancient coins and measures, which was a major authority for years to come, and he corresponded with most of the learned men of his time, amongst them Erasmus, who had the highest opinion of his talents, and Thomas More. He was held in the highest esteem by Francis I, who did so much to further the cause of humanism in France . The 'Commentaries on the Greek Language' were a collection of lexigraphical, philological an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2019-03-08 07:39:21
FOLIANUS, Ludovicus.
(In fine, recto f.43:) Venetiis, per Io. Antonium e Fratres de Sabio, MDXXIX Mense Julii (Venezia, Nicolini da Sabio, Luglio 1529). in-folio piccolo (280x200 mm), ff. (2), XLIII, 1 bianco, leg. inizio 800 piena pergamena, con riquadri in oro ai piatti, titolo impresso su quello anteriore, dorso a nervi con fregi e tit. oro. Prima ed unica edizione di uno dei più eleganti libri di musica di ogni epoca, supendamente illustrato da 70 silografie su mezza pag., raffiguranti suonatori di strumenti a tastiera, in eleganti abiti cinquecenteschi, e grafici di teoria musicale. Il Fogliano, fratello dell'organista Giacomo, nato a Modena sul finire del XV sec., fu nel 1513-14 cantore della Cappella Giulia in San Pietro, e poi a Modena al servizio del Cardinale d'Este. Nel suo trattato sono esposti e dimostrati i principi armonici, ripresi poi dallo Zarlino, ''allo scopo di conciliare fra loro tutti gli elementi che verso la fine del XVII secolo e l'inizio del XVIII dovevano concorrere alla formazione del temperamento equabile. Abbandonando le teorie pitagoriche, restaurò il metodo aristotelico di ricerca per lo studio dei fenomeni del suono e dell'udito'' (Encicl. d Musica III, 8).  L'opera è di grande rilievo per gli indirizzi opposti a quelli dominanti nella teoria del primo Rinascimento di matrice pitagorica e neoplatonica: Fogliano adotta invece il modello aristotelico e propone l'intonazione sul comma sintonico di Tolomeo. Il teorico modenese era celebre ai tempi suoi anche per la vasta cultura filosofica. Libro di assoluta rarità. Bell'esemplare marginoso (ma due illustrazioni. f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2019-02-19 17:14:15
Schwenckfeld, Schwenckfeldianer, Schlesien, Schwenkfelder Church - Fabri, Johannes:
Wien, Singriener, 1529. 4°, circa 19,8 x 16 cm. 40 Blatt mit figürlicher Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre Pergament des 17. Jh., mit 2 Metallschliessen "VD16 F 194. Seltene zeitgenössische Streitschrift des Humanisten und katholischen Theologen Johann Fabri (auch Johannes Faber Heigerlin, 1478-1541), der im Jahr 1530 Bischof von Wien wurde. Er richtet sich hier gegen die Abendmahlslehre des Kaspar Schwenckfeld (1490-1561), der 1528 aus seiner schlesischen Heimat verbannt worden war und sich immer weiter einem mystischen Spiritualismus zuwandte, der von Luthers Theologie in mehreren Punkten abwich. Trotz mehrfacher Verurteilungen blieb er dank der Hilfe einflussreicher Freunde unbehelligt und konnte seine Lehre ausformulieren, die zum grossen Teil auf "Eingebungen" beruhte. Sie lebt durch Auswanderer aus Schlesien noch heute in Pennsylvania in der "Schwenkfelder Church" weiter. " "- Schönes Exemplar, einige zeitgenössische Marginalien (teils etwas angeschnitten). Vorsätze erneuert, Schliessen vollständig vorhanden (Buch öffnet sich jedoch von alleine, d.h. die Schliessen halten nicht). Sauber und hübsch gebunden. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
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2019-02-18 08:30:37
Nicholas of Lyra
Basel: Original boards rebacked as shown. Pages remarkably clean, with a little damp staining on the last few leaves of each book. Tiny bit of worming. One leaf with slight loss to margin, just shaving a few letters of margin text, see photo. Clasps lacking. A few bumps and scuffs to the boards. Collated and complete. Six volumes in 5. 1529 BIBLE POSTILLAE Nicholas Lyra FOLIO original boards woodcuts 6 vols in 5 1529 BIBLE POSTILLAE Nicholas Lyra FOLIO original boards woodcuts 6 vols in 5 Description Selling here an early Latin bible with commentary by Nicholas of Lyra. Printed in Lyon and dated 19th July 1529 on the colophon this bible retains its original boards and contains several woodcuts, both large and small. There are six volumes in 5. All volumes complete and with title page. Title: Textus Bibliae cum Glossa Ordinaria Nicolai de Lyra Postilla Printed in Lyon by Johannis Mareschal 19th July 1529. Size: 35.5cm by 25cm. Pages: Volume 1: 377ff, Vol 2: 315ff, Vol 3: 440ff, Vol 4: 480ff, Vol 5: 244ff, Vol 6: 286ff. Early bible in lovely condition with the original boards. Contains the full text of the bible with commentary by Nicholas of Lyra [1270 - 1349]. Known as the Postillae, this commentary is thought to have influenced the work of Luther and Wycliffe. Condition notes:Original boards rebacked as shown. Pages remarkably clean, with a little damp staining on the last few leaves of each book. Tiny bit of worming. One leaf with slight loss to margin, just shaving a few letters of margin text, see photo. Clasps lacking. A few bumps and scuffs to the boards. Collated and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bookfolly [south coast, GB]
2019-02-14 19:56:55
COMMINES, PHILIPPE de.
Paris, 1529 (Colophon: 24 Mars 1524 pour Francoys Regnault) - Colophon: 2. Daoust (August) pour maistre Enguillebert de Marnef, 1524. Large 4to. (27 x 20 cm.). Contemp. full calf. Panelled covers with blindtooled rolls, inner panel with cornerpieces and in the middle an oval arabesque medaillon. 5 raised bands. Upper and lower compartments of spine repaired. 2 small nicks at bands on spine. light wear along<br> fronthinge. Corners neathly repaired. Collation (Cronique et Histoire): Title-page with large and broad ornamental woodcut borders consisting of 6 pieces. A large printers woodcut device. Ff (4) + Ff 106. Colophon on folio CVI (106, some misfoliation - signatures correct). - Collation (Croniques Charles VIII): Title-page printed in red and black inside large ornamental woodcut borders. In the middle printers woodcut device.Ff (4) + Ff 54. Colophon on LIIII (54 - many misfoliations - signatures correct). On F (4) Arms of France in a large woodcut. Some annotations in a contemporary hand. - Both work with many large initials in woodcut. Lower margins throughout browned and with some repairs, some leaves in the middle having some heavy wormtracts in lower margins. Some corners at end restored. In the second work a wormtract in outer margins, but decreasing toward end. Upper right corners with a faint dampstain. ¶ Scarce early editions of these works that only later obtained the name of "Memoires", and they are a major primary source for 15th century European history. Commines is called "the first critical and philosophical historian since classical times" and "the fir … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2019-02-13 17:55:11
contrafactur WIE DER TÜRCK WIEN BELAGERT ANNO 1529 ALBERT R.V.CAMESINA 1869 Sehr selten handcoloriert !! Belagerung von Wien durch die Türken 1529 Contrafactur, wie der Türk Wien belagert, Anno 1529. Lithografie von A. Rt. von Camesina angefertig nach dem Holzschnitt von Hans Guldenmundt. Wien, Altertumsverein, 1869. 2 Blätter verbunden zur Größe von 55,5 x 80 cm, Wien 1. Türkenbelagerung 1529: Camesina-Lithografie Blatt gut erhalten - die Mittelnaht öffnet sich minimal an einigen Stellen Versand ist in der Rolle möglich ! Habe einige weitere interessante Stiche usw von Wien - fragen Sie gern nach bei Interesse.
Bookseller: Meer-Antik [Ascheffel, DE]
2019-02-13 17:55:11
contrafactur WIE DER TÜRCK WIEN BELAGERT ANNO 1529 ALBERT R.V.CAMESINA 1869 Sehr selten handcoloriert !! Belagerung von Wien durch die Türken 1529 Contrafactur, wie der Türk Wien belagert, Anno 1529. Lithografie von A. Rt. von Camesina angefertig nach dem Holzschnitt von Hans Guldenmundt. Wien, Altertumsverein, 1869. 2 Blätter verbunden zur Größe von 55,5 x 80 cm, Wien 1. Türkenbelagerung 1529: Camesina-Lithografie Blatt gut erhalten - die Mittelnaht öffnet sich minimal an einigen Stellen Versand ist in der Rolle möglich ! Habe einige weitere interessante Stiche usw von Wien - fragen Sie gern nach bei Interesse.
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2019-02-06 14:11:21
1529. Trixum Fabri, Johannes. Cristenliche Ablainung des erschrockenlichen yrsal, so Caspar Schwenckfelder in der Schlesy, wider die warhait des hochwirdigen Sacraments leibs und bluets aufzerichten understanden hat. Wien, Singriener, 1529. 4°, circa 19,8 x 16 cm. 40 Blatt mit figürlicher Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre Pergament des 17. Jh., mit 2 Metallschliessen. - VD16 F 194. Seltene zeitgenössische Streitschrift des Humanisten und katholischen Theologen Johann Fabri (auch Johannes Faber Heigerlin, 1478-1541), der im Jahr 1530 Bischof von Wien wurde. Er richtet sich hier gegen die Abendmahlslehre des Kaspar Schwenckfeld (1490-1561), der 1528 aus seiner schlesischen Heimat verbannt worden war und sich immer weiter einem mystischen Spiritualismus zuwandte, der von Luthers Theologie in mehreren Punkten abwich. Trotz mehrfacher Verurteilungen blieb er dank der Hilfe einflussreicher Freunde unbehelligt und konnte seine Lehre ausformulieren, die zum grossen Teil auf "Eingebungen" beruhte. Sie lebt durch Auswanderer aus Schlesien noch heute in Pennsylvania in der "Schwenkfelder Church" weiter. - Schönes Exemplar, einige zeitgenössische Marginalien (teils etwas angeschnitten). Vorsätze erneuert, Schliessen vollständig vorhanden (Buch öffnet sich jedoch von alleine, d.h. die Schliessen halten nicht zu). Sauber und hübsch gebunden. Bilder Kostenlose XXL Bilder bei TRIXUM.DE Diese Auktion wurde mit trixum.de erstellt.
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-02-04 20:56:08
TRISSINO Giangiorgio
3 works in 1 vol. Folio & 4to (260 x 170mm.). [17]ff (of 18, lacking final blank); [20]ff ; LXVIII, [2]ff (final two leaves with errata list). 17th-century calf, red morocco label (joints weak, worming to foot of spine, calf worn, extremities bumped).
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-02-02 02:30:41
TRISSINO Giovanni Giorgio
per Tolomeo Ianiculo, 1529. In-16 gr. (mm. 187x133), mz. pelle novecentesca, dorso a cordoni (restaur.) con filetti e tit. oro, 52 cc.nn., testo in carattere corsivo, dedica dell'autore a Papa Leone Decimo. Stampata nel bellissimo, inimitabile carattere corsivo di Janicolo (con l'adozione delle lettere greche omega ed epsilon), è questa la prima tragedia italiana di stretta imitazione classica, composta secondo le regole di Aristotele. Fu scritta a Roma tra il 1514 e il 1515, stampata nel 1524 e rappresentata soltanto nel 1556. L'autore (1478-1550) segue diligentemente il racconto di Livio e, come osserva l'unità di luogo e d'azione, così introduce i cori al modo dei tragici greci. L'importanza di quest'opera pone il Trissino tra i letterati più innovatori della nostra letteratura (così Diz. Opere Bompiani,VI, p. 810). Terza edizione, molto rara. Cfr. Gamba,1710 (note) - Brunet,V,953. Alone margin. sulle ultime 8 carte, altrim. esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2019-02-01 02:43:18
Biblia Germánica
<p>Falten Schumann, Leipzig, 1529.</p><p>En 8vo menor. [24]; 416h. Encuadernación de época en piel completa. Cubiertas ricamente decoradas con instrumentos, broches faltantes y antigua reparación en el lomo. La piel con algunas rasgaduras. Grabado en madera en página de título con escudo de armas grande. Muchas iniciales grabadas en madera, 7 grabados a página completa y más de 20 grabados de 3/4 de pag. Primera y última hojas reforzadas en margen interior.</p><p>Escasa edición de la controversial traducción de <b>Emser </b>del Nuevo Testamento, pues se opuso a Martín Lutero, particularmente a la traducción del mismo libro de Lutero (1522). En palabras de Lutero, <i>"Nunca pensé que Emser fuera tan venenoso como ahora veo que es. Él conoce mejor de lo que escribe, lo que percibo fácilmente en su Nuevo Testamento, donde fue obligado a usar mi propia traducción, pero el amo al que él sirve pagará sus salarios"</i>. Adams B, 1780.</p>
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2019-01-31 12:33:02
Guillaume de LORRIS et Jean de MEUNG
...nouvellement Reveu et corrigé oultre les precedentes Impressions. On le vend à Paris par Galliot du Pré Libraire. 1529. In-12 en maroquin XVIIIème,triple filet doré sur les plats, fleurons aux angles, dos à 5 nerfs avec caissons fleuris, pièce de titre, tranches dorées. Traduction de Clément Marot. 8 ff. préliminaires. 403 ff. chiffrés, 1 f. non chiffré, 51 vignettes en 1er tirage. Première et rarissime édition en lettres rondes. Bon état. Coins très légèrement frottés. Mors et charnières fragiles.Mors supérieur ouvert. Petit manque de cuir à l'angle de la coiffe supérieure.Court de marge dans le haut du texte.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Laurencier [France, Bordeaux]
2019-01-30 18:10:39
[Reformation Era]. Nausea, Friedrich.
Koln: Peter Quentel, 1529. First edition of each title.. A little marginal nibbling, some light dampstaining; very good copies.. 2 vols in 1, recent quarter parchment and linen boards, [28], 167, [1], 63, [1] pages; [66] leaves. Woodcut Schoeffer device in the colophon of the first title. Woodcut armorial device to the title page of the Ferber. Two works from German presses, the first by the Nausea (ca. 1496-1552), then cathedral preacher at Mainz since 1526 and an anti-Lutheran Catholic reformer and eventual Bishop of Vienna; the second by the Franciscan controversialist Ferber (1485-1534). Small early ink autograph monogram to the title page of the Nausea, evidently dated 1585; a few marginal notes in an early hand, including a manicule. Of copies located on USTC, OCLC and the NUC, Harvard appears to be the only institution in the United States to hold either title. Evidently bound together at an early date prior to the rebinding, with some uniform nibbling to lower corners and outer margins, and light marginal damp-staining across each volume. First leaf of the Nausea title remargined and repaired at the gutter, with loss of several letters in the dedication on the verso; subsequent eight leaves neatly repaired in the gutter at the head, touching a couple of letters. Leaves C4 and C5 in the first title bound out of order. VD16 N243; VD16 F739.
Bookseller: Garrett Scott, Bookseller (ABAA) [U.S.A.]
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2019-01-30 17:26:51
Guidacerius, Agathus
[Paris], Gilles de Gourmont, 1529. 36 nn. Bll. (linksläufig kollationiert). Mit breiter figuraler Titelbordüre in Holzschnitt sowie einer figuralen Initiale und einer großen Holzschnittvignette am letzten Bl. verso. Mod. Pergamentband. 4to. Sehr seltene zweite Ausgabe dieser hebräischen Grammatik in lateinischer Sprache, verfaßt vom italienischen Hebraisten Agatho Guidacerio aus Rocca-Coragio in Kalabrien (1477-1542?). Nachdem er, selber ein Christ, in Rom unter einem portugiesischen Rabbiner Hebräisch studiert hatte und sich dort das Wohlwollen Lorenzo Medicis und seines Sohnes, Papst Leo X., erworben hatte, wurde er an der Universität von Rom Lehrer des Hebräischen. "In 1530 he was appointed by Francis I. professor at the Collège de France, where he interpreted both the Hebrew and Greek texts of the Scripture" (Jew. Ency.). Sein Hauptwerk, seine hebräische Grammatik, stellte er nach der Grammatik "Petach Debarai" und Kimchis "Miklol" zusammen. Sie erschien erstmals 1514 in Rom, dann nach Guidacerios Übersiedlung nach Paris daselbst 1529, 1539 und 1546. Wie schon die Erstausgabe ist diese Überarbeitung seinem Gönner Leo X. (Giovanni Medici) gewidmet. - Druckjahr in griechischer Schrift. Die hübsche Titelbordüre zeigt die drei Weisen beim Christuskind auf dem Schoße Mariae, im oberen Querriegel Gourmonts Druckerzeichen mit Wappen. Einige wenige Bleistiftanstreichungen bzw. zeitgenöss. hs. Marginalien und Notizen. Im Innenrand durchgehend leicht wasserschattig; der unbekleidete Torso der Figur in der Druckermarke am Schlußblatt alt mit Tinte übermalt. - Von größter Seltenhei … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-01-30 11:04:13
lutece: 1529. THEOPHRASTE theodore Gaza interprete HISTOIRE DES PLANTES et TRAITE SUR LES CAUSES DES PLANTES christian wechel lutecia 1529 2volumes relié en 1 , format 15/10 cm reliure du debut 18eme avec nombreux defauts mais solide, tranches rouge 343pp +21pp 354pp+24pp le premier volume n a pas sa page de titre et a des annotations manuscrites 17eme a l encre traces de restauration anciennes sur les 8 premieres pages de la preface du premier tome,sans atteinte au texte interieur propre malgré un trace de mouillure claire sur 4 feuillets au centre de l ouvrage cette edition est tres rare et on ne trouve que rarement les deux volumes reunis. ils ont chacun un titre et une pagination séparés , devant se vendre separément. le titre est entouré d une bordure typographique , nombreuses lettrines et texte en italiques a la fin de chaque ouvrage un vocabulaire des termes grecs avec leur traduction latine belle marque d imprimeur in fine De historia et causis plantarum libri quindecim theodoro Gaza interprete. Eiusde, Tabulas duas capita libroru complectentes: quarum unam libris de historia , alteram de causis plantarum, unàcum vocabulis quibusdam Graecorum & Latinorum nominum, praefixas invenies lector 8vo 2 vol bound , 343, (21) pp. + pp, 354, [24]pp Titles in woodcut borders, printer`s device, initial lettres and colophon (150mm x 100mm) Fifth Latin edition edited by Gaza, first Gaza edition published in Trevisio in 1483.. Captal letters. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: bblivres [Tours, FR]
2019-01-29 19:22:01
1529. Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1529 Convivio par Dante Alighieri Philosophy Politics Vernacular Metalship Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. Convivio 1529 par DANTE Alighieri philosophie politique vernaculaire Metalship Un très rare, 16e-impression de siècle de Convivio de Dante - une encyclopédie vernaculaire sur la philosophie, politique, linguistique, sciences et histoire. Dante Alighieri (v. 1265-1321), était un grand poète italien de la fin du moyen âge. La Divine Comédie, à l'origine appelé Comedìa (italien moderne : Commedia) et plus tard baptisé Divina de Boccace, est considéré comme la plus grande œuvre littéraire composée dans la langue italienne et un chef-d'œuvre de la littérature mondiale. Convivio est une œuvre écrite par Dante Alighieri à peu près entre 1304 et 1307. Cette œuvre inachevée de Dante se compose de quatre trattati, ou « livres » : une introduction avec des livres un, ainsi que trois que chacun comprendre une canzone (poème lyrique depuis longtemps) et une interprétation allégorique en prose ou le commentaire du poème qui s'éteint dans de multiples directions thématiques. Auteur principal: Dante Alighieri titre: L'Amoroso Conuiuio di Dante, con la additione & molti suoi notandi, accuratamente reuisto & emendato. publié: Et suiv. 124. Nicolo di Aristotile detto Zoppino : V … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-01-29 18:51:00
Lucas Van LEYDEN
Bulino, 1529, monogrammato e datato in lastra, sulla pietra al centro in basso. Quinta tavola di sei della serie "Storie di Adamo ed Eva", tutte pubblicate nel 1529. Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. La scena è basata sulla Genesi 4:8: Caino, geloso del fratello Abele, lo uccide. Alle loro spalle, i fuochi accesi per le loro offerte stanno ancora bruciando. Engraving, signed and dated 1529 and signed with L in reverse on a rock in the centre foreground. Good proof, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed close to platemark, very good condition. Fifth print from a series of six by Lucas van Leyden called "The history of Adam and Eve", published in 1529. This scene is linked to Genesis 4:8; Jealous Cain kills his brother Abel. Behind them the fires they used for their offerings are still burning. New Hollstein (Dutch & Flemish) 5.I (Lucas van Leyden); Bartsch VII.340.5 119 163mm [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-01-21 17:36:44
HORACE
1529. Q. HORATII FLACCI opera, cum quatuor commentariis : Acronis, Porphyrionis, Antonio Mancinelli, Jodoci Badii, Anno.M.D.XXIX.repositis. Cumque adnotationibus Matthaei Bonfinis et Aldi Manutii a philologo recognitis suisque locis insertis et ad finem ex integro restitutis praemissoque et aucto indice. Sans lieu (Paris), Vaenundatur Badio, 1529. Au colophon Sub prelo Ascensians, ad quitum calendas, septemb. 1529. In folio, velin doré (reliure début XIX°), fente à 1 mors, déchirure avec manque de texte au verso du titre qui a été remonté et très habilement restauré, bord un peu émargé, mouillure et brunissure marginales, petite déchirure au f. CII sans atteinte de texte, petites galeries de vers éparses, au verso du dernier feuillet : cantique noté à l'encre rouge et noire en l'honneur de la vierge, titre dans un bel encadrement gravé colorié à l'époque, index, vie d'Horace par Pierre CRINITO, éloge, ode par Antonio MANCINELLI, 6 ff. + CCLXXXVIII ff. chiffrés. Belle et rare édition de l'oeuvre du poète latin HORACE (Quintus Horatius Flaccus) du 1er siècle av. JC, natif de Venose dans le sud de l'Italie. L'oeuvre d'Horace au travers de ses odes, satires et épîtres eu une influence considérable sur la littérature latine. L'éditeur scientifique est Josse BADE (1462-1536) important imprimeur et libraire. Ce grand humaniste exerça à Lyon et à Paris. Les commentaires sont dû à Helenius ACRON grammairien romain du III° siècle, Pomponius PORPHYRION grammairien latin commentateur d'Horace dont les scholies seules ont été conservées, Antonio MANCINELLI (1451-1505) humaniste italien … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-01-16 01:35:49
Nicholas of Lyra
Johannis Mareschal, Lyon, 1529. Six parts in five folio volumes. Leather bound boards, rebacked and lacking clasps. Wood engraved titles. Several woodcuts in the text, both small and large. Leaves: Volume 1: 377ff, Volume 2: 315ff, Volume 3: 440ff, Volume 4: 480ff, Volume 5: 244ff Volume 6: 286ff . Pages remarkably clean, with minimal damp stains at the end of V2. Latin bible with commentary by Nicholas of Lyra, Paul of Burgo and Matthia Doring. Nicholas of Lyra [1270-1349] known for his commentary on the bible, the Postillae, influenced the work of Luther and Wycliffe. Size: 35.5cm by 25cm. Colophon dated 19th July 1527. More images available on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bookfolly [Chichester, United Kingdom]
2019-01-13 00:32:25
BOURDIGNE
BOURDIGNE Jean de - Hystoire agregative des annalles et cronicques danjou BOURDIGNE Jean de Hystoire agregative des annalles et cronicques danjou Chez Galliot du Pré, à Paris 1529, in-folio (21x31,5cm), (4f.) 207ff. (1f.), relié. Rarissime édition originale comportant une gravure pleine page au verso du feuillet aiiii montrant une scène où l'auteur, agenouillé, offre son ouvrage à Louise de Savoie, mère de François Ier, en présence d'une importante assemblée. Page de titre en rouge et noir, texte entièrement réglé établi sur 49 lignes.Reliure en demi basane brune, dos à six nerfs sertis de filets dorés, caissons soulignés de filets estampés à froid, roulette dorée et double filet doré en queue, plats de papier brun à la colle, toutes tranches mouchetées de rouge. Très petit trou de ver sur les derniers cahiers affectant sans gravité le texte par endroits, mouillure dans l'angle supérieur droit sur l'ensemble de l'ouvrage, petites taches jaunes n'affectant pas le texte au verso du feuillet vii.Ex-libris manuscrit à l'encre dans la partie inférieure de la page de titre, indiquant « du couvent des ff. Minimes de Paris ». Quelques annotations manuscrites de l'époque, ainsi que plusieurs manicules marginales.Première histoire recensée du duché d'Anjou, cet ouvrage est placé sous le patronage de Louise de Savoie qui en fut la duchesse. Le frontispice, essentiellement centré sur des figures féminines, les montre comme de véritables icônes, des allégories du Savoir et de la Sagesse. Aux côtés de Louise de Savoie, deux autres femmes dominent la foule : Judith à gauche et Esther à dr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet [FRA, FR]
2019-01-10 06:25:11
VARRON
VARRON Marcus Terentius & CATON L'ANCIEN |& COLUMELLE Lucius Iunius Moderatus|& PALLADIUS Rutilius Taurus Aemilianus|& CICERON Marcus Tullius|& MACROBIUS Ambrosius Aurelius Theodosius|& CENSORIN - Libri de re rustica M. Catonis, M. Terentii Varronis, M. Iunii Moderati Columelle, Palladii Rutilii : quorum summam pagina sequens indicabit [avec] Macrobii Aurelii Theodosii Viri consularis, in Somnium Scipionis M. Tulii Ciceronis Libri duo, Et Saturnaliorum Lib. VII. Cum scholiis & indicibus Ascensianis [avec] De die Natali. Censorini opusculum, de die natali, ad Q. Cerellium VARRON Marcus Terentius & CATON L'ANCIEN |& COLUMELLE Lucius Iunius Moderatus|& PALLADIUS Rutilius Taurus Aemilianus|& CICERON Marcus Tullius|& MACROBIUS Ambrosius Aurelius Theodosius|& CENSORIN Libri de re rustica M. Catonis, M. Terentii Varronis, M. Iunii Moderati Columelle, Palladii Rutilii : quorum summam pagina sequens indicabit [avec] Macrobii Aurelii Theodosii Viri consularis, in Somnium Scipionis M. Tulii Ciceronis Libri duo, Et Saturnaliorum Lib. VII. Cum scholiis & indicibus Ascensianis [avec] De die Natali. Censorini opusculum, de die natali, ad Q. Cerellium Venundantur Iodoco Badio Ascensio [Josse Bade], S.l. [Paris] 1529 et 1524 pour les deux textes suivants, in-folio (20,5x31,5cm), A6 A8 a-t8 v6 x8 et Aa6 †4 A-O8 et Aa10, relié. Première édition parisienne du Libri de re rustica illustrée d'un titre-frontispice représentant une scène d'imprimerie, ainsi que diverses scènes mythologiques en encadrement. Une annotation manuscrite du temps sur la page de titre. Belles lettrines. Cette édition con … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-01-09 00:13:08
1529. BOURDIGNE (J.) Hystoire agregative des annalles et cronicques Danjou contenant le commencement et origine, avecques partie des chevaleureux et marciaulx gestes des magnanimes princes consulz contes et ducs Danjou. Et pareillement plusieurs faicts dignes de memoire advenuz tant en France, Italie, Espaigne, Angleterre, Hierusalem et autres royaulmes tant chrestiens que sarrazins, depuis le temps du deluge iusques a present, tres utille, proffitable et recreative a tous nobles et vertueux espritz. Recueillies et mises en forme par noble et discret missire Jehan de Bourdigne prestre, Docteur es droicts, et depuis reveues et additionnees par le Viateur [Jean PELERIN]. Paris, Couteau & Angers, Clément, 1529 1 volume in folio, plein veau brun, dos à nerfs orné aux petits fers dorés, filets dorés en encadrement des plats avec motifs en écoinçons et médaillon central, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque dont le dos à été refait au 19ème dans le goût du 16ème, coins restaurés). 4 ff.n.ch., 207 ff.ch. Belle édition en caractères gothiques de cette célèbre chronique d'Anjou, composée par le chanoine Jean de Bourdigné et terminée par un confrère angevin du nom de Jean Pélerin, dit le Viator, l'auteur du célèbre Livre de perspective. L'illustration se compose d'un joli titre en rouge et noir, dans un grand encadrement architectural de Galliot du Pré avec au verso l'écu de France, d'un grand bois à pleine page représentant l'auteur offrant son livre à Louise de Savoie mère de François Ier, d'un bois dans le texte montrant les Troyens édifiant la ville d'Angers, de quelques autres f … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-01-07 20:33:46
PLUTARCO
BINDONI FRANCESCO & PASINI MAFFEO - VENEGIA, 1529. Vol.in16°, leg. originale in cartone, tre nervi, es. mutilo del front., titolo tratto de c. 3r, pp.528, con vignette all'inizio di ogni vita raccontata, timbro di possesso allo sguardo, piccoli fori di tarlo interessano alcune pagine, tracce di riparazioni ottocentesche, strappi a p.189 e p.369, segnato in OPAC SBN Cod. IT\ICCU\RMLE\033834. Da notare che anche l'unica copia presente in OPAC è mutila del front. Molto raro
Bookseller: Hobbylibri [IT]
2018-12-31 07:29:24
Herpius Henricus (Herp Heinrich)
VD 16, ZV 7707 (nur 2 Exemplare) - Adams H 435 - ADB X, 617.- Seltene, frühe Ausgabe; erstmals 1529 in Köln erschienen, wurden alle Ausgaben vor 1585, wegen anstößiger Stellen im 2. Buch, auf den Index gesetzt.- Henrick Herpius (um 1400/1410-1477 oder 78) so genannt nach seinem Geburtsorte Herp (Erp) in Brabant, gehörte dem Orden der Minoriten an, war eine Zeitlang Provinzial der kölnischen Ordensprovinz, bei seinem Tode Guardian des Klosters zu Mecheln. Er vertritt einen praktischen Mystizismus, der kirchlichen Verrichtungen u. den sogen. guten Werken keinen Wert beimißt.- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, etw. (tls. stärker) fleckig u. gebräunt, Pag. tls. hs. korrigiert, 1 Bl. mit kl. Eckabriss, Innendeckel mit kl. Buchhandelsetikett, Ebd. etw. berieben, bestoßen u. fleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2018-12-30 18:33:06
Actuaris, Joannes Zacharias
Cratandrum, Basileae (Basel), 1529. kl.8°. 8 Bll., 443 (richtig 447) S. Original-Lederband über 5 Bünde. mit goldgepr. Rückenschild. Druckermarke verso letzte Seite. (Eiunband berieben und bestossen, mit Anmerkungen v. alter Hand auf Titel, Vorsatz mit Exlibris "Hopetoun", nur wenige Unterstreichungen, insgesamt sehr gut). 1. lateinische Ausgabe. Im späten 11. Jahrhundert bezeichnete Actuarius einen Arzt mit umfassendem Wissensgebiet. Der Autor war einer der letzten dieser Ärzte.
Bookseller: Aegis Buch - und Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2018-12-18 22:41:59
(Corpus Juris Civilis) Justinianus, Emperor
Ex inclyta Parrhisiorum Lutetia [i.e.,Paris]: apud Claudium Chevallonium [printed by Louis Blaubloom], 1529. Printed throughout in red and black, title with printer's device within elaborate metal-cut criblé border, numerous criblé initials throughout, and one large metal cut at p. [12] showing the Emperor Justinian in Council. [6], 104; 64; 38 ff. 1 vols. Folio. 378 x 265 mm. A Rare Justinuan, 1529. Very rare and beautiful printing by Chevallon of this section (usually referred to as the Novellae constitutiones) of the Corpus Juris Civilis. Only one copy (in Utrecht) is located by OCLC; no copies at all are to be found in American institutions. The notable large, fine metal cut showing Justinian with his justices in Council, while two dogs play at their feet, was used by B. Rembolt in his 1505 edition of Justinian; "this block occurs in the Gering and Rembolt edition of 1503 ... and was probably cut for their first edition, 1499. It was used in 1511 in an edition printed by Rembolt alone ... and passed to André Bocard, who used it in editions printed for Jean Petit ... It appears also in Bocard editions of the NOVELLAE CONSTITUTIONES (1511, for Jean Bonhomme. Jean Petit, and Thielman Kerver)." -- Mortimer. Not in Adams (but cf. Adams J671 & J672 for later editions; Not in Mortimer French (but cf. Mortimer 152 for the large metalcut); OCLC: 150234670 (one copy: U. of Utrecht); Moreau 3, 1723. Twentieth-century vellum and endpapers. Fine, immaculate copy.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-13 02:18:51
: Dante Alighieri
1529. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. 1529 Convivio by DANTE Alighieri Philosophy Politics Vernacular Encyclopedia A very rare, 16th-century printing of Dante's Convivio - a vernacular encyclopedia on philosophy, politics, linguistics, science, and history. Dante Alighieri (c. 1265 - 1321), was a major Italian poet of the Late Middle Ages. His Divine Comedy, originally called Comedìa (modern Italian: Commedia) and later christened Divina by Boccaccio, is widely considered the greatest literary work composed in the Italian language and a masterpiece of world literature. Convivio is a work written by Dante Alighieri roughly between 1304 and 1307. This unfinished work of Dante consists of four trattati, or "books": a prefatory one, plus three books that each include a canzone (long lyrical poem) and a prose allegorical interpretation or commentary of the poem that goes off in multiple thematic directions. Main author: Dante Alighieri Title: L'Amoroso Conuiuio di Dante, con la additione, & molti suoi notandi, accuratamente reuisto & emendato. Published: Ff. 124. Nicolo di Aristotile detto Zoppino: Vinegia, 1529. Language: Italian Notes & contents: o FAMOUS Provenance: Inscription on back of last page: Franciscus Barberius FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 124 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Nicolo di Aristotile detto Zoppino: Vinegia, 1529. Size: ~6in X 4in (15cm x 10cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-12-12 20:23:48
Perottus
Nicolaus Perottus: Cornucopiae seu latinae linguae commentarij locupletissimi... M. Terentij Varronis, de lingua latina libri tres & totidem de analogia Published: Paris, Savetier for Chr. Wechel, 1529 Size: Folio 35 x 23.5 cm Condition: Blindstamped leather over wooden boards. 58 leaves, 1054 columns, 14 leaves, 280 columns, 1 white leaf. Very few old annotations, some old stamps. Clasps missing. Front hinge very weak. Shipping-costs: see description Payment: Paypal or Banktransfer Combined Shipping - For combined shipping ----> Add all items to cart before purchase !!!
Bookseller: print-forum [Berlin, DE]
2018-12-07 07:49:41
TRISSINO Giangiorgio
1529. 3 works in 1 vol. Folio & 4to (260 x 170mm.). [17]ff (of 18, lacking final blank); [20]ff ; LXVIII, [2]ff (final two leaves with errata list). 17th-century calf, red morocco label (joints weak, worming to foot of spine, calf worn, extremities bumped). Fine crisp copies on thick paper. The Epistola of which this is the second edition, is printed in Arrighi's first italic type (used in 1524 for the first edition) with the addition of the new letters, the matrices supplied to Janicolo by Trissino himself (Mortimer). It is common to find the Epistola bound with other works printed in folio by Janicolo from the same year. Of the Dialogo, Gamba writes ?lo scopo principale si fu di mostrare che la nostra lingua [deve] chiamarsi italiana, e non Fiorentina, o Toscana.? Famous as a playwright, poet and translator, Vicenzan Trissino (1478-1550) was much interested in the problems of orthography and sounds of letters, hence his use of the Greek letters epsilon and omega to indicate certain sounds in Italian, as well as other letters like the long 's' and 'k' (as in 'chiave'). The whole question of spelling and spelling reform was much discussed during the sixteenth century, in France, as well as in Italy and England (Sir Thomas Smith and others), and formed part of the growing cultivation and interest in vernacular tongues, and the establishment of a 'national language'. The idea of the creation of specific letters for specific sounds in English was dear to the heart of George Bernard Shaw who bequeathed money for its propagation. Also inserted loosely is the first quire of anoth … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-12-07 06:15:08
TRISSINO, Giovan Giorgio.
(In fine:) Stampata in Vicenza per Tolomeo Ianiculo, nel MDXXIX di Aprile (1529). in-fol. piccolo (277x180 mm.), carattere corsivo italico, ff.LXVIII, impresa dello stampatore al verso dell'ultimo foglio. Legatura coeva p.pergamena molle (con antico restauro sul piatto anteriore). Prima edizione e prima tiratura, esemplare portante l'errore di data 1549 anziché 1529 e senza due fogli di Errata in fine, presenti assai raramente, aggiunti agli esemplari successivi con la data corretta in MDXXIX. Noto e influente studio letterario del Trissino (Vicenza 1478 - Roma 1550) sulla poesia italiana del rinascimento, distinto in quattro ''divisioni'' (o capitoli). Notevole importanza storica ebbero la tesi da lui sostenuta nel quadro della polemica della lingua ed i suoi studi volti ad una sistemazionbe grafica e grammaticale della lingua italiana. Nel 1562 una nuova edizione, postuma, fu arricchita di due nuovi capitoli (''divisioni'' 5 e 6). Esemplare assai bello e puro, impresso su carta pesante, con ex-libris coevo elegantemente manoscritto ''Philippi Florenij et Amicor. fidelium'' sul f. di titolo. RIVEDERE Dopo aver riportato alla luce il De vulgari eloquentia, ignorato o negletto per due secoli, nelle ultime due parti della Poetica, apparse postume (1562), il Trissino perseguì con scarso successo poetico ma con eccezionale vigore e rigore critico il miraggio di una letteratura italiana che riconoscesse in Dante, non nell'amoroso Petrarca e nel lascivo Boccaccio, il suo primo e maggiore maestro di lingua e di poesia: Dante che, com'è detto nella Poetica, sta nel novero degli «ec … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-11-19 12:53:59
VALLA (Giorgio).
(à la fin:) Argentine (Strasbourg), per Henricum Sybold, s.d. (c.1529). in-12. 39ff. (1f.blanc). Vélin de l'époque. Première Edition séparée. Originaire de Piacenza et ami de Léonard de Vinci, le savant humaniste Giorgio Valla (1447-1500) avait laissé à sa mort un grand ouvrage inédit qui fut publié par Alde l'année suivante (1501): "De expetendis et fugiendis rebus". Cette vaste encyclopédie couvrait toutes les disciplines avec d'importantes sections sur les sciences, notamment les mathématiques et la médecine. La présente édition reprend le texte du trentième chapitre de cette encyclopédie, clôturant la section consacrée à la médecine et dans lequel étaient énumérées 150 "questions naturelles". "The quaestiones can be divided into two groups: the first dealing with organic and non-organic nature (the sea, rain, plants, animals, etc.), the second with the humain being 'a capite ad calcem' and focusing on medicine, physiology and anatomy (where the human body is compared to that of the animals" (Ventura). Rare impression de Strasbourg. Le titre s'inscrit dans un bel encadrement gravé sur bois. Mouillures. Cf. Iolanda Ventura, "Quaestiones and Encyclopedias" in: "Schooling and Society: The Ordering and Reordering of Knowledge in the Western Middle Ages" (2004), pp.23-43.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-11-09 09:12:48
Flores Juan de
Venice, Melchiorre Sessa, 1529. In 8vo (mm. 149x97); legatura del XIX secolo in mezza pelle, dorso a nervetti con fregi e titolo in oro, piatti e risguardi in carta marmorizzata; cc. [36]. Segnatura: A-I4. Titolo entro bella cornice geometrica su fondo nero. Carattere corsivo. Colophon alla carta I4r. Carta I4v bianca. Piccola mancanza nel testo, abilmente restaurata, all'ultima carta, per il resto ottima copia. RARISSIMA QUARTA EDIZIONE della traduzione italiana. Juan de Flores fu uno degli autori spagnoli più letti in Europa prima di Cervantes. La sua fama è soprattutto legata al racconto di Grisel y Mirabella, che, composto sul finire del XV secolo e pubblicato per la prima volta nel 1495, venne ristampato circa sessanta volte in varie lingue fino alla fine del Cinquecento. Insieme al Cárcel de Amor e alla Celestina, la novella del Flores rappresenta l'unica altra opera spagnola del tempo ad aver avuto una diffusione comparabile a quelle dell'Orlando Furioso o del Decamerone. La novella, che costituisce un importante documento femminista, fu letta soprattutto dalle donne e divenne una sorta di manuale per l'istruzione di corte nelle lingue moderne. Essa, attraverso il racconto della tragica vicenda di due amanti perseguitati da un destino crudele e uccisi senza colpa da leggi disumane, entrò con prepotenza nel dibattito sui sessi e si pose al centro della difesa della superiorità della donna. Partendo dal dibattuto tema della colpa d'amore, se sia maggiore quella dell'uomo o quella della donna, Flores affronta anche argomenti più generali come l'eguaglianza delle donne d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-11-08 16:24:44
Cordus, Euricius
Gedruckt zu Marpurg / am zehenden tage des Monats Septembris, Anno M.D. und XXIX, (1529), 4, (16 pp), feiner Halbledereinband im Stil d.Zt etwas gebräunt, Sehr Selten! Das "Regiment" des Euricius Cordus ist unter den bekannten Marburger Frühdrucken die älteste medizinische Schrift. Ein Regimennt // Wie man sich vor der Newen Plage / // Der Englische Schweis genant / be=//waren / Vnd so man damit ergrieffen // wird / darynn halten sali / Durch // Euricium Cordum / Der // Artzney Doctorem // vnd Professo=//rem zu // M a r p u r g. // (Bl. 8r:) Gedruckt zu Marpurg / am zehenden // tage des Monats Septem=//bris / Anno M. D. // vnd xxix. // "Das "Regiment" des Euricius Cordus ist unter den bekannten Marburger Frühdrucken die älteste medizinische Schrift. Zur Veröffentlichung kam es aus aktuellem Anlaß: Im Sommer 1529 griff der "Englische Schweiß", eine bis dahin nur auf England (und selbst in Schottland und Irland nicht aufgetretene) Epidemie, erstmalig auch auf den europäischen Kontinent über. Das Hauptsymptom dieser Krankheit bestand in übelriechenden Schweißausbrüchen, denen Schüttelfrost und rasch ansteigendes Fieber vorausgingen sie führte in vielen Fällen zum Tode, konnte aber andererseits bei richtiger Therapie rasch zum Abklingen gebracht werden. Als sie sich von Norddeutschland aus immer weiter ausbereitete und Ende August 1529 auch Hessen bedrohte, bat der landgräfliche Kammersekretär Johann Raw von Nordeck Euricius Cordus, eine zur landesweiten Verbreitung bestimmte Schrift über die Seuche, ihre Vorbeugung und Heilung zu verfassen. Drei Tage später hatte dieser … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2018-11-06 22:26:35
HAIMO AUTISSIODORENSIS MONACHUS
Colonia, ex officina Eucharij Ceruicorni, 1529. In-8°; 276 cc. non numerate; carta lievemente brunita. Bella legatura coeva parlante in tutto marocchino nocciola, doppia cornice con triplo filetto ed elementi floreali a secco, losanga centrale di foglie e ramoscelli in oro contenente il titolo sul piatto anteriore e l?immagine della Fortuna con la vela sul retro; pochi trascurabili segni di tarlo, cuffie leggermente consumate. Firma di possesso tardo cinquecentesca (Claudii Dactyli) sul contropiatto posteriore. Esemplare proveniente dalla bilioteca Novacco (ex libris). Significativo esempio di legatura rinascimentale bolognese di gusto veneziano, eseguita probabilmente dal "secondo Maestro alla vignette". De Marinis al nø 3061 bis censisce come bolognese una legatura eseguita con ferri molto simili a quelli qui utilizzati, correggendo Gumuchian che l?aveva illustrata e catalogata (nø 63), come veneziana. L'editore confonde l'autore dei commenti biblici, il monaco di Auxerre fiorito nell'ottavo secolo, con il contemporaneo e omonimo vescovo di Halberstadt, anch'egli esegeta. La firma di possesso sul risguardo posteriore è quella di Claudio Dattilo, sacerdote romano, bibliofilo e corrispondente di Federico Borromeo, cui don• un codice per la neonata Biblioteca Ambrosiana nel 1623. Molti dei suoi libri sono oggi nella Biblioteca Diocesana di Siena. 8°; 276 ll.; lightly browned. Elegant contemporary light-brown morocco (untouched), triple-fillet gilt double panel with blind-tooled floral pieces, gilt central wreath with title on frontal cover and Fortuna with a sail on rear (a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-11-03 16:10:47
Aristotle
Aristotelis Stagiritae Organum, Quod Logicam Appellant. Lugduni: Ioannam Iacobi Iuntae F., 1529. 16mo, full new calf/ label, with original covers neatly laid down. The title page has an old ownership inscription, a small chip out of the top edge and a minor repair in the middle; there is a library stamp on page 33 (see picture). The text is in good condition. A nice little early 16th century book. 637, (3 blanks), (15)pp [COMPLETE] Includes a life of Aristotle (384-322 BC), and an introduction and commentary by Severinus Boethius (c. 475- c. 526), who first translated Aristotle's works into Latin. A RARE early printing of this important work on logic. 5" x 3 1/4".
Bookseller: patter72 [Wyncote, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-10-31 06:08:00
Clark Ashton Smith
Johannes Froben (1521) & Andreas Cratander (1529). To Omar by Clark Ashton Smith (Original TLS, Hand-Corrected) Signed Presentation to Samuel Loveman LovemanPoetry 1920 Signed Slightly tanned edges with minor edge wear, and original fold creases. A staple to top corner of first page. Signed by the Author and inscribed "For Samuel Loveman". A two-page typed poem manuscript with hand corrections. Typed date heads first page "Jan. 20 1920" (in different type than the poem). Samuel Loveman was american poet who was close friends with H.P Lovecraft who wrote a poem to him "To Samuel Loveman, Esquire, on His Poetry and Drama, Writ in the Elizabethan Style" (Dowdell's Bearcat, Dec 1915). He was also friends with Ambrose Bierce who introduced him to George Sterling and thru that relationship became friends with Clark Ashton Simth. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Heartwood Rare Books [Fort Lauderdale, FL, U.S.A.]
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