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        Von Kayserlicher Maiestat Einreytten auff den Reychstag gen Augspurg, beschehen am fünffzehenden Tag Junii im 1530. Jar.

      [Augsburg, Philipp Ulhart d. Ä.], 1530.. 4 nn. Bll. (das letzte weiß). Mit kalligraphischer Initiale und Schlußvignette in Holzschnitt. Blauer Pappband. 4to.. Erste und einzige Ausgabe der Schilderung von Kaiser Karls Einzug am Reichstag zu Augsburg; die mit ihm einreitenden geistlichen und weltlichen Fürsten werden ebenso namentlich angeführt wie auch deren jeweiliges, am Festzug teilnehmendes Gefolge und dessen Tracht genau beschrieben. - Horizontaler Einriß am letzten Blatt (ohne Textberührung), sonst gutes Exemplar mit zahlreichen hs. Marginalien der Zeit. - VD 16, V 2714 (das Exemplar in Wolfenbüttel inkomplett). Kat. Halle (Zeitungen) 222.

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        Germaniae ex variis scriptoribus perbrevis explicatio.

      Augsburg, Heirich Stainer, 1530.. 8vo. Modern boards covered with brown marbled paper. Printed title within broad woodcut ornamented border with five dancing putti in the lower section; 2 woodcut historiated initials. (36) lvs., including the last blank; collation: A-D8, E4.. Rare first edition of this interesting treatise, printed throughout in Italic, on the geography of Germany, including large parts of Europe: the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, and parts of eastern Europe, where 'Germans' lived or had been living. At the end is an account of Hispaniola and the newly discovered continent of America, which is here called 'Santa Martha'. Mexico and Temistitan are mentioned and not far from there, the island Yucatan and other newly found islands ('a qua etiam non longe remota est insula Iucatan cum aliis nuper repertum'). - At the same time an edition was published in Nürnberg by Petreius (VD16 P-2905); at least 10 further editions appeared in the course of the 16th century. - Willibald Pirckheimer (1470-130) was a German Renaissance lawyer, author and Renaissance humanist, a wealthy and prominent figure in Nuremberg in the 16th century, and a member of the governing City Council for two periods. He was the closest friend of the artist Albrecht Dürer who made a number of portraits of him, and a close friend of the great humanist and theologian Erasmus. Pirckheimer was educated in Italy, studying law at Padua and Pavia for seven years. He was a member of a group of Nuremberg humanists including Conrad Celtis, Sebald Schreyer, and Hartmann Schedel (author of the Nuremberg Chronicle). He also was consulted by the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I on literary matters. He translated many classical texts into German (as well as Greek texts into Latin), and was a believer in translating 'by the sense' rather than over-literally, a great question of the day. Among other works, he edited and had published an edition of Ptolemy's Geographia in 1525 (reprinted in 1535, 1540 and 1541), which greatly impressed Erasmus: a good preparation for this treatise in which Pirckheimer tries to located the cities, rivers and mountains in Europe, mentioned by classical authors like Ptolemy, Plinius, Caesar, Tacitus and others, and to identify them with 16th-century names. - Good copy.- (Title-page restored (no loss of text or title border); id. the corner at top of f. 2; some margina ldust staining in first lvs.). - VD16 P-2904; Contemporaries of Erasmus III, pp. 90-94; Sabin 63017.

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        Parva quae vocant naturalia [...]. Omnia in Latinum conversa, & antiquorum more explicata a Nicolao Leonico Thomaeo [...].

      Paris, (Ludwig Blaubloom f.) Simon de Colines, 1530.. 3 Tle. in 1 Bd. (16), 373, (1) SS., 1 w. Bl. 126 SS., 1 w. Bl. 83, (7) SS. Mit 3 gleichen Verlegermarken an den Titeln, einigen Holzschnitt-Diagrammen und wenigen Textholzschnitten. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit. Bindebänder fehlen. Folio.. Zweite Ausgabe dieser lateinischen Edition der "Parva naturalia", besorgt vom Humanisten Niccolo Leonico Tomeo (1446/57-1531). Der in Venedig geborene Grieche albanischer Abstammung, Schüler des Demetrios Chalkondylas in Florenz, lehrte seit 1497 in Padua Philosophie und soll als erster seinen Vorlesungen den griechischen Text des Aristoteles zugrundegelegt haben. Leonico versuchte unter dem Einfluß von Marsilius Ficino und Pico della Mirandola die platonische Ideenlehre mit der aristotelischen Psychologie zu verbinden. Den ihm angebotenen venezianischen Griechisch-Lehrstuhl (als Nachfolger von Giorgio Valla) schlug er aus, er wirkte jedoch als Mitarbeiter von Aldus Manutius. Die vorliegende Edition, eine seiner Hauptleistungen, erschien erstmals 1523 in Venedig bei Vitale. - Zu Beginn etwas gebräunt, am vorderen Innendeckel hs. Besitzvemerk des Francesco Sagramoro von Mailand. - Adams A 1889. BM-STC French 28 (nennt nur 2 Tle.). IA 107.925. Hoffmann I, 328. Moreau 1976. Renouard 149. Durling 284 (nur Tle. I und II). Nicht bei Schreiber. Nicht bei Schmitt.

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        De pace oratio.

      Krakau, Mathias Scharfenberger, 1530.. 13 nn. Bll., 1 w. Bll. Mit architektonischer Titelbordüre in Holzschnitt. Kleisterpapierbroschur um 1900. 4to.. Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe der bedeutenden Türkenschrift des 1552 in Udine verstorbenen Humanisten. Amaseo hatte die vorliegende, lt. Apponnyi "sehr schöne, interessante" Rede am 1. Jänner des Jahres vor dem Kaiser, dem Papst und 30 Kardinälen in Bologna gehalten, und zwar unmittelbar, "nachdem der Friede zwischen den beiden Fürsten am Vorabend feierlich verkündet worden war. Der Redner hofft, daß der zwischen den christlichen Potentaten nunmehr gesicherte Friede es ermöglichen werde, den Türken endlich aufs Haupt zu schlagen [...] Amaseo wurde später vom Papst Paul III. in diplomatischen Missionen nach Polen gesandt, es scheint aber, daß er schon damals hohe Gönner dortselbst hatte, sonst wäre wohl die in Bologna gehaltene Rede nicht noch im selben Jahr in Krakau gedruckt worden" (Apponyi). - Auf dem von vierteiliger Holzschnittbordüre eingefaßten Titelblatt ein Dekastichon von Anianus Burgonius "in commendationem Romuli". - Nicht auf dt. oder internationalen Auktionen seit 1970, kein Ex. über OCL nachweisbar. Tadelloses Exemplar des seltenen Krakauer Drucks. - Göllner 359. Apponyi 1670. Sturminger 1. IA 1054.548. Wierzbowski 1061. Edit 16, CNCE 1486 (zwei Exemplare). Nicht bei Adams.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Philippus").

      [Wittenberg, 19. III.] 1530.. 1 S. Folio. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief) und Siegelspur.. An Johannes Weber, den Pfarrer zu Neustadt an der Orla, den er für dessen Entscheidung in einer Ehesache lobt und dem er weitergehenden Rat erteilt: Die Ehe des Georg [Jüngkling] mit [Else Moser] sei ungültig und er müsse sich von ihr trennen, solange das Schicksal von deren erstem Mann noch ungeklärt sei. Allerdings dürfe Jüngkling vorläufig keine neue Ehe eingehen und er solle die Frau zurück bekommen, falls der erste Mann gestorben sei. "S[alutem] D[ico] | Bene facis, quod con[s]tanter attingis controversias matrimoniales. De negocio d. georgii sic sencio[:] Quod illud matrimonium contractum, cum mulier incerta esset de vita, ac voluntate viri prioris, qui ipsa consenciente abiit, sit irritum. Est igitur liber georgius. Sed movet me scandali racio, ne statim concedam ei ducere aliam uxorem. Agendum prius est per magistratus, cum illa muliere, aut per nos cum amicis mulieris, ut res exploretur de vita prioris mariti certo. Si ipsa mulier volet abire ad priorem maritum, non detineas eam, quia hoc secundum coniugium non est iure contractum. Habes meam sentenciam, quam te rogo, ut ita modereris, ne plus offensionum ex hac re oriatur [...] Prohibebis etiam, ne georgius et illa mulier, re inexplorata, redeant ad se mutuo. Sed si consentit virum esse mortuum, scandali caussa, velim georgium hanc mulierem re[tin]ere". - Zum Hintergrund vgl. Luthers Briefwechsel V, Anm. zu Nr. 1494: Else Moser war mit dem Büchsenmeister Hieronymus Malter verheiratet gewesen, der in Diensten König Ludwigs gekämpft hatte und 1526 in der Schlacht bei Mohacs in türkische Gefangenschaft geraten war. Ein Brief Malters, in dem er seine Frau auffordert, zu ihm ins Gefangenenlager in Ungarn zu kommen, traf erst 1529 ein, kurz nachdem diese eine neue Ehe mit dem Pfarrer Georg Jüngkling eingegangen war. Zu klären war nun, ob der erste Ehemann noch lebe. - Etwas angestaubt und mit Randläsuren; kleine Einrisse in den Faltungen alt hinterlegt. - Melanchthons Briefwechsel (hg. v. H. Scheible). Bd. IV (Stuttgart 2007), S. 878.

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        Hartweg Andr., Hortus Carlsruhanus oder: Verzeichniss sämmtlicher Gewächse welche in dem großherzoglischen botanischen Garten zu Carlsruhe cultivirt werden nebst dem Geschichtlichen der Botanischen udn Lustgärten von 1530 - 1825. und einem Situationsplan im Grund- und Aufriss und im Durchschnitt von sämmtlichen Gewächshäusern. (Dieser Plan fehlt). Herausgegeben von Garteninspector Hartweg. Carlsruhe 1825

      P. Macklot, Karlruhe,. XXXXVII, 2 ausklappbare Tafeln, 303 und 8 Seiten, 8°. Der im Titel angesprochene Situationsplan fehlt wohl. Älterer Pappeinband mit stärkerer Rückenbeschädigung, anfangs mit Knickspuren und etwas wasserfleckig, insgesamt aber ordentliches Exemplar des seltenen Buches!

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        Annuities upon Lives: or, The Valuation of Annuities upon any Number of Lives; as also, of Reversions. To which is added, An Appendix concerning the Expectations of Life, and Probabilities of Survivorship.London: Printed by W.P. and sold by F. Fayram; Benj. Motte; and W. Pearson, 1725. First edition.

      A very nice copy of de Moivre's influential study of annuities based upon the mortality statistics gathered by Edmund Halley in the 1690s. "De Moivre's contribution to annuities lies not in his evaluation of the demographic facts then known but in his derivation of formulas for annuities based on a postulated law of mortality and constant rates of interest on money. Here one finds the treatment of joint annuities on several lives, the inheritance of annuities, problems about the fair division of the costs of a tontine, and other contracts in which both age and interest on capital are relevant. This mathematics became a standard part of all subsequent commercial applications in England" (DSB IX: 454). <br/><br/> &#10087;Norman 1530; Garrison-Morton 1690. <br/><br/> "De Moivre's preoccupation with matters concerning the conduct of a capitalist society, such as interest, loans, mortgages, pensions, reversions or annuities, dated back at least to the 1690s, from which time a short note survives in Berlin containing his answers to a client's questions. In 1693, using the lists of births and deaths in Breslau for each of the years 1687 to 1691, Edmond Halley had published in the <i>Philosophical Transactions</i> a life table together with applications to annuities on lives, but the amount of calculation involved in extending this to two or more lives turned out to be immense. De Moivre replaced Halley's life table by a (piecewise) linear function, which allowed him to derive formulas for annuities of single lives and approximations for annuities of joint lives as a function of the corresponding annuities on single lives. He published these formulas, together with the solution of problems of reversionary annuities, annuities on successive lives, tontines, and other contracts that depend on interest and the 'probability of the duration of life', in his book <i>Annuities upon Lives</i>" (ODNB). <br/><br/> A French Huguenot, Abraham de Moivre (1667-1754) was jailed as a Protestant upon the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685. When he was released shortly thereafter, he fled to London. In London he became a close friend of Sir Isaac Newton and the astronomer Edmond Halley. De Moivre was elected to the Royal Society of London in 1697 and later to the Berlin and Paris academies. Despite his distinction as a mathematician, he never succeeded in securing a permanent position but eked out a precarious living by working as a tutor and a consultant on gambling and insurance. <br/><br/> "In the <i>Philosophical Transactions</i> for 1711 de Moivre published a long article, 'De mensura sortis', which was followed by the <i>Doctrine of Chances</i>. The second, much extended, edition of the <i>Doctrine</i> (1738) contained his normal approximation to the binomial distribution that he had found in 1733. This special case of the central limit theorem he understood as a generalization and a sharpening of Bernoulli's <i>Theorema aureum</i>, which was later named the law of large numbers by Poisson. De Moivre's central limit theorem is considered as his greatest mathematical achievement and shows that he understood intuitively the importance of what was later called the standard deviation. Crucial to this theorem was a form of the so-called Stirling formula for <i>n!</i>, which de Moivre and Stirling had developed in competition which ended in 1730" (<i>ibid.</i>). <br/><br/> Kress 3595; Norman 1530; Garrison-Morton 1690. K. Pearson, History of Statistics in the 17th and 18th centuries, pp. 146-54; Stigler, The History of Statistics, pp. 70-85.. 8vo (198 x 119 mm), pp. [ii], 4, viii, 108, [2], errata slip mounted on final blank leaf. Contemporary 'royal crest' stamped full calf (rubbed and spine joints tender but holding). Rare in such good condition

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        Lectura super titu. de reg, iur. ff. Cum nunullis Apostillis ac etiam Repertorio domini Hieronymi Chuchalon Hispani.

      - Lugduni, per Joannem Crespin, 1530, in-16, legatura coeva in piena pelle, piatti interamente ricoperti con impressioni a freddo, dorso rifatto nel seicento, frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero riquadrato da cornice xilografica così pure la marca tipografica in fine e moltissimi capilettera anch'essi incisi. Antiche annotazioni sui margini. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Methodus ad facilem historiarum cognitionem: accurate denuo recuses[.] Subiecto rerum indice.

      - Adams B2244; Baudrier XI, p. 457; BMC STC German 134; USTC 667010; VD16, B 6275; cf. Hollier, A new history of French literature, pp. 228-230. A well-printed edition of a treatise on the writing of history, with an emphasis on the role of political knowledge in interpreting historical writings, by Jean Bodin (1530-1596), a celebrated historian and political author. "[It] marks the beginning of a new genre, the treatise on historical method and criticism. Bodin's book shifted emphasis from the writing to the reading of history, in effect from an aesthetic to a utilitarian view, and implicitly from narrative to analytical (problem-oriented) form" (Hollier).Bodin's Methodus was first published at Paris in 1566 and went through at least a dozen editions in the 16th century. The present edition was published by Jean Marechal, originally from Lyon, who worked at Heidelberg between 1566 and 1590. His heirs reprinted the book in 1591 and 1592.

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        La Historia que escrivió en latín el poeta Lucano: trasladada en castellano por Martin Lasso de Oropesa, secretario de la excellente señora marquesa del Zenete, condesa de Nassou. Con privilegio que ninguno otro la imprima ni venda.

      Sans lieu, ni nom d'imprimeur ni date (Anvers?, c.1530). - in-folio. 8ff. 225pp. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs, plats ornés d'un encadrement à froid (Reliure moderne dans le goût de l'époque). Rarissime Edition Originale en Espagnol de la célèbre "Pharsale" du poète et historien Lucain (39-65), neveu de Sénèque et né comme lui à Cordoue. Cette traduction en prose, due à Martín Lasso de Oropesa, demeura jusqu'en 1684 la seule version espagnole de Lucain et elle fut réimprimée à diverses reprises dans le cours du 16e siècle. "Lucain se place dans la lignée des écrivains espagnols de Rome. D'une &#156;uvre abondante, voire considérable, touchant les genres les plus divers, poèmes de fantaisie, tragédie, ballets-pantomimes., il ne reste qu'une épopée en dix chants, La Pharsale, récit de la guerre civile menée entre César et Pompée" (Encyclopædia Universalis). Exemplaire lavé, un peu court de marges avec quelques réparations marginales, taches et traces d'humidité. Il porte diverses marques d'appartenance anciennes: l'ex-libris manuscrit de Alonso del Rincón, avec quelques lignes autographes de sa belle écriture humanistique dans le corps de l'ouvrage; l'ex-libris manuscrit d'un docteur daté de 1600; et enfin celui d'un certain Bartolomé de Cardenas. Palau, 143291: "Primera edición castellana. Es en prosa y se supone impresa en Flandes hacia 1530. Ha figurado en antiguos catalogos madrileños pero actualmente es rara. Existe en el Museo Británico". Catalogue des livres de Laserna-Santander, 2987: "Edition très rare". Gallardo, no. 2617. Heredia, no. 1550. Morante, Cat., 4409. Peeters-Fontainas, Impressions, I, no. 728. Penney, p. 319. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        COMOEDIAE XX, EX ANTIQUIS, RECENTIORIBSQUE EXEMPLARIBUS INVICEM COLLATIS, DILIGENTISSIME RECOGOGNITAE

      Paris: Robert Estienne, 27 January 1530. First Estienne Folio Edition Printer&#146;solive tree device on title-page (Schreiber no. 3) Folio (305 x 202mm), 18th century polished calf, the spine with raised bands gilt ruled and bordered with double gilt fillet lines, red morocco lettering label gilt, the covers with wide gilt fillet rule. [10] 256 ff. A very fine copy, excellently preserved in original state with hinges tight and strong, the calf in beautiful condition, the textblocks clean, crisp and unpressed. This is also a large copy, of significantly greater dimensions than the Schreiber copy. RARE FIRST EDITION IN FINE ANTIQUE CALF OF THE FIRST ESTIENNE FOLIO PRINTING OF PLAUTUS. This was a highly important edition of the comedies of Plautus which was instrumental in the forming of Estienne&#146;s highly influential THESAURUS &#147;in which Estienne had virtually founded modern Latin lexicography&#148; (thus replacing the outdated work of Calepinus). Estienne had failed to persuade any suitable scholar to compile a new Latin dictionary and so prepared for this work by reading and making exhaustive notes on the whole of Terence and Plautus; these notes were then written out and put in alphabetical order to form the basis of the new work. The PLAUTUS appeared a year before the THESAURUS but it is not clear whether this edition had already been projected, or whether it was a by product of the dictionary. &#145;Plautus, the great comic dramatist of Ancient Rome lived until about 184 B.C. according to Cicero. He may, in certain respects be regarded as completely original, viz. in his development of the lyrical element in his plays....These lyrical metres of Plautus are wonderfully varied, and the textual critic does well not to attempt to limit the possibilities of original metrical compinations and developments in the Roman comedian. Plautus was a general favourite in the days of republican Rome. Cicero...admired Plautus as elegans, ubanus, ingeniosus, facetus (De offic. i. 29, 104)...(T)hat he found many admirers, even in the Augustian age, Horace himself bears witness. A number of his plays were lost for a period during the Middle Ages, but found in an ancient manuscript discovered in 1429. Aftere the revival of learning Plautus was reinstated, and took rank as one of the great dramatists of antiquity; cf. Shakespeare, HAMLET, I.ii. 420, where Polonius says, &#147;The best actors in the world...Seneca cannot be too heavy nor Plautus too light.&#148; &#146; EB, 13. Provenance: 18th century engraved armorial bookplates of Robert Robinson, M.D. and William Adair.

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        Polybii Historiarvm / Historiarum libri quinq , opera vincentiii Obsopoei in lucem editi. Iidem Latini Nicolao Perotto Episcopo Sipontino Interprete

      Haganoae / Haguenau (France): Secerium / Secerius. 1530. Hardcover. Very Good. 1530 edition, large quarto (25.5 cm), old vellum, 8 unnumbered leaves, 106 leaves, CXLII leaves, collated complete. VG, light wear and soil to vellum, minor ex-library marks including circular sticker to spine that has been varnished on, old library bookplate to pastedown which has withdrawn stamp, perforated library stamp to title page, no other marks to text which is clean and bright. Adams P-1801.

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        Viehartznei. Erziehung, Gbrauch, Lernung, Artznei in zûfelligen vnd natürlichen Kranckheyten, aller zahmen, dem menschen gebräuchlichen, vnd geheymen Thier vnd viehs

      Egenolff Woodcuts by Hans Weiditz depict a charming stockyard scene on the title page, and a trio of men with a horse on the first leaf (two of the three men have their eyes gouged out, presumably by a previous owner), plus 16 additional smaller text woodcuts of animals. Later vellum; interior lightly browned, faint water stain on first and last leaves, unobtrusive repair on the title page, otherwise an excellent copy. This rare treatise on veterinary medicine is distinguished for being the first illustrated edition from the 1530 printing. Much of the text is focused on equestrian care and medicine, with information on treating a variety of maladies including equine cancer and gallbladder disease. The latter part of the treatise explains the husbandry and medical treatment of other livestock, including mules, donkeys, oxen, sheep, pigs, dogs and birds, along with a short section on apiculture. A two page index follows the text.& & Although the author&#39;s name is unknown, the illustrations were done by Weiditz (1495-1537), a member of an elite group of woodcutters of the German Renaissance, which also included Albrecht Dürer, Hans Holbein, and Weiditz&#39;s teacher, Hans Burgkmair. He is known for his illustrations of secular books, particularly Otto Brunfels&#39; acclaimed Herbarum vivae eicones, in which his innovative, realistic depictions of plant life were greatly influential.& & OCLC locates 3 copies, with only one in America (University of Michigan); Durling, 4600 (1550 ed.); Wellcome, 6603 (1550 ed.)

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        Cato Maior M. Tulii Ciceronis ad T. Atticum, de quo idem ad eundem liber Epistolarum XIIII legendus est mihi saepius Cato Maior ad te missus, amariorem enim me senectus facit. Commentariique F. Sylvii Ambiani (François Dubois) in eundem iam aucti et recogniti

      [Paris] Vaenundatur in Officina Ascensiana, Ianuario 1530. 4to.; 6 hojas, XCIIII folios numerados. Bella marca tipográfica en portada del impresor Josse Bade. Cubiertas modernas mudas en cartulina.

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        Cristo tra i Dottori

      Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1530, priva di firma. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, minimi restauri perfettamente eseguiti al verso, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. La figura di Giacomo Franco è assai singolare nell?ambito della grafica italiana del Rinascimento e rappresenta una risorsa fondamentale per lo studio delle antichità classiche, dei temi e dello stile michelangiolesco. Nativo di Venezia si trasferisce a Roma circa nel 1530, ove apprende e si dedica all?arte dell?incisione, sotto la guida di esperti editori quali Antonio Salamanca e Antonio Lafrery; qui si sviluppa il suo interesse per le antichità classiche, che lo porterà a divenire la linea d?unione tra l?editoria romana e veneziana e a sviluppare e perpetuare l?interesse per lo stile classico dell?Alto Rinascimento. Probabilmente è una delle prime incisione del Semoleo, datandosi verso l?inizio del 1530, all?epoca del soggiorno romano, durante il quale egli sentì la forte suggestione di Raffaello e Raimondi, prima di volgersi a Michelangelo. Etching and engraving, 1530 circa, without signature. Magnificent work, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark, trimmed to the platemark, minor repairs on verso perfectly executed, otherwise in excellent condition. Giacomo Franco represents quite a peculiar figure in the Italian Renaissance graphic world and he is for sure a basic source for the study of classic antiquities and for the style and themes of Michelangelo. Franco was born in Venice and moved to Rome in 1530, where he learned the art of engraving thanks to the publishers Antonio Salamanca and Antonio Lafrery. In Rome, he also developed his interest for antiquities, which then led him to become the junction between the Roman and the Venetian publishing and to develop and perpetuate the interest for the classical style of High Renaissance. Bartsch 9; Rosa D?Amico in Incisori Veneti dal XV al XVIII secolo, p. 47, 179; Bertelà Reed & Wallace, Italian etchers of the Renaissance & Barocque, p. 53. 470x363.

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        Dafne e Peneo

      Bulino, circa 1530. Da un soggetto di Giulio Romano. Esemplare nel secondo o terzo stato con l'indirizzo di Philippe Thomassin. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, in buono stato di conservzione. Engraving, 1530 circa. After a subject by Giulio Romano. Example in the second or third state with Philippe Thomassin's address. Magnificent work, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to platemark, in good condition. Bartsch 20 182 248

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        Luna

      Bulino, 1530 circa. Poco prima del 1520, alcuni giovani artisti della cerchia di Albercht Dürer presero a realizzare incisioni molto piccole che hanno sfidato lo spettatore con un mondo in miniatura, un mondo di nuovo soggetto laico e di interpretazioni non convenzionali di temi tradizionali. A causa delle ridotte dimensioni delle loro incisioni, questi artisti sono stati appellati a lungo, con il nome collettivo, e poco lusinghiero, di Piccoli Maestri di Norimberga. Il nucleo del gruppo consiste in tre artisti di Norimberga, Hans Sebald & Bartel Beham e Georg Pencz, e inoltre Jacob Bink da Colonia e Heinrich Aldegrever da Soest. La presente incisione proviene da una vecchia collezione in cui le opere erano conservate, come spesso accadeva, applicate in un album databile al XVIII secolo. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, in buono stato di conservazione. Engraving, circa 1530. A good impression, printed on contemporary paper, trimmed to the platemar, in good conditions. Shortly before 1520, several young artists in the immediate circle of Albercht Dürer began making remarkably small engravings that challenged the viewer with a world in miniature; a world of new secular subject and of unconventional interpretations of traditional themes. Because of the scale of their engravings these artists have long been saddled with the unflattering collective name the Little Masters. The core of the group consist in three Nuremberg artists, Hans Sebald & Bartel Beham and Georg Pencz, Jacob Bink form Cologne and Heinrich Aldegrever from Soest. This engraving comes from an old collection and were pasted in XVIII century portofolio. Bartsch 81. Dim.52x83.

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        Cristo nella tomba

      Acquaforte su ferro, circa 1530, monogrammata in lastra in basso a destra. Della serie ?La Passione?. Ottima prova, impressa su carta vergata, con piccoli margini, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Hollstein 14, II/II. Bartsch, Hollstein 14 II/II 90 145

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        Pro Sex. Roscio Amerino M. Tullii Ciceronis Oratio. Cum F. Sylvii Ambiani [François Dubois] Commentariis

      [Paris] Vaenundatur Jodoco Badio [colofón:] Finis ad Calendas Septemb. 1530, sub Prelo Jodoci Badii Ascensii. 4to.; 4 hojas, LIII folios numerados. Bella marca tipográfica en portada del impresor Josse Bade. Cubiertas modernas mudas en cartulina.

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        Gli Asolani; De gliasolani di M. Pietro Bembo nequali si ragiona d&#39;amore primo (-terzo) libro (1530)

      Venice: Stampati per Giouanantonio & i Fratelli da Sabbio. 1530. Second edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Stated Edition Seconda, 1530. Paginated complete (A-1 blank; A-2 with title at top of page; publisher&#39;s information and date on last page, O-3); 3 volumes in one, (214) pp. In early 20th century quarter leather and marbled boards, old bookplate from the prestigious Biddle family of Philadelphia, text very good and bright, last third of text has mild dampstain tidemark to upper outer corner of margins, otherwise handsome clean copy. Bembo first composed and published this treatise on the art of courtly love in the early 16th century and its poetry was widely performed (most of the book is prose) -- he later tested his own advice by having a famous affair with Lucretia Borgia.

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