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2020-06-28 22:33:07
Cologne: 1531. Dear All, I am selling the following item: Antonius Broickwy von Königstein (1470-1541), Nikolaus Ferber, "Postillae seu enarrationes in lectiones Epistolarum et Evangeliorum, quas tam in dominicis diebus, quam in divorum memoria orthodoxa ecclesia hactenus legere consuevit: congestae nunquam nova recognitione accuratius emendatae per V.P. Antonium a Konigste in Guardianum Confluentinum", publ. Peter Quentel [Coloniae impensis integerrimi viri Petri Quentell], Colonia 1531, pp. 425. "Shipping time: 3 days" means that the shipment will take place maximally after 3-business days counted from the moment of payment. Customs duties/taxes are not included in the item's price or shipping costs. The Buyer is responsible for settling these fees - usually they are charged by the shipping company when picking up an item = these are not additional shipping costs. I do not understate the custom value of shipment. Several purchased items can be send in one package - just write me on shipments' cost calculation. Want to negotiate the cost of delivery? Send me the name of your country and I will see what I can do. If You have questions, feel invited to contact me. I kindly encourage You to view my other items.
Bookseller: pigo99 [Warszawa, MAZOWIECKIE, Poland]
2020-06-26 18:22:22
CASTRO, Pauli di
Lugduni, apud Sebastianum Gryphium Germanum, 1531, 2 tomos en un volumen de 41x29 cm. en pergamino, 143 + 127 folios. Impreso a doble columna, con tipografía gótica (excepto las portadas). Cada parte con soportada xilográfica arquitectónica alegórica a dos tintas, con un grabado en el centro, en el que aparecen, el autor y sus discípulos. iniciales grabadas y apostillas marginales. Ejemplar con taladros de polilla en el margen exterior, sin afectar al texto
Bookseller: Fábula Libros (Librería Jiménez-Bravo) [MADRID, Spain]
2020-06-15 11:17:55
DANTE ALIGHIERI.
L'amoroso convivio ..., con la additione, et molti suoi notandi, accuratamente revisto et emendato.(Colophon: Venice, Melchiorre I Sessa, 1531). Small 8vo (15 x 10 cm). With the title in a woodcut border with 6 putti (without wings) and 8 fantastic beasts, Sessa's woodcut device (cat with a mouse in its mouth) on the otherwise blank final page; 1 woodcut decorated initial (as S designed with a gap in the central stroke to accommodate the profile of a man, possibly intended as Dante). Set in an Aldine-style italic (with upright capitals). 19th-century sheepskin parchment. [8], 112 ll. Fourth edition (the last before 1723) of Dante's important philosophical allegory in autobiographical form, expressing his love of wisdom and knowledge personified as a beautiful lady named Philosophy, and his view that they lead to virtue and worldly happiness. Dante presents the story as a metaphorical banquet where he is content to eat the crumbs that fall from the plates of the wise: "the first extended piece of original expository prose in the Italian vernacular" (Lansing). He finished only four of its projected fifteen "trattati", and never widely circulated the Convivio during his life, but it represents a turning point in his writing. It appears to have given him a new inspiration so that he set it aside around 1307 to begin work on his Divine comedy, where he returned to verse but merged his first love, the more human and religious Beatrice of the Vita nuova, with his new love, Philosophy, to create the new version of Beatrice that he honours in the Divine comedy. Many elements, includ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 09:52:11
PAULUS OF AEGINA (ed. by Otto BRUNFELS and Wilhelm KOPP).
Pharmaca simplicia, Orthone Brunfelsio interprete.Including: De ratione victus Gukielmo Copo Basiliensi interprete.(Colophon: Strasbourg, Georg Ulricher, September 1531). With a finely executed woodcut on the title-page repeated on the verso of the otherwise blank last leaf.With:(2) VALLA, Giorgio. De simplicium natura liber unus.Strasbourg, Heinrich Sybold, (colophon: August 1528). With the title in a woodcut architectural frame.(3) ODO OF MEUNG (misattributed to Aemilius MACER). De herbarum virtutibus, cum Joannis Atrociani co[m]mentariis, ...Including: STRABO, Walafrid. Hortulus vernantissimus.Freiburg im Breisgau, (colophon: Johann Faber, 1530). (4) MARBOD OF ANJOU (with notes and additions by Georg PICTORIUS). De lapidibus pretiosis encheridion, cum scholiis Pictorii Villingensis. Eiusdem Pictorii De lapide molari carmen.[Freiburg im Breisgau], [Johan Faber], 1531. With a woodcut initial with pictorial decoration. Set in an Aldine-style italic.4 editions containing 6 works, in 1 volume. 8vo (16.5 x 11 cm). Blind -tooled pigskin (Freibrug or vicinity? ca. 1570?) over tapered wooden boards, each board with fields edged by multiple fillets, the outer field containing a frame made from a large roll with allegorical female figures representing the four theological virtues. The front board with owner's initials "A W", and with 2 engraved brass fastenings. [12], 86, [1 blank], [1]; [104]; [4], 108; 55, [1] ll. Four editions printed and published in Freiburg and nearby Strasbourg from 1528 to 1531, containing six works of medical and pharmacological interest, all in the origin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 09:49:33
M?NSTER, Sebastian.
Compositio horologiorum, in plano, muro, truncis, anulo, con concavo, cylindro & variis quadrantibus, cum signorum zodiaci & diversarum horarum inscriptionibus: ... Basel, Henricus Petrus, 1531 (changed in manuscript to 1535). With woodcut on title-page showing sundials of various kinds, Petri's woodcut device on last page, large folding woodcut plate (31.5 x 40.5 cm) of a wall sundial, and 56 woodcut illustrations in the text (many full-page).With: (2) GLAREAN(US), Heinrich. De geographia liber unus, ab ipso authore iam tertio recognitus.Freiburg im Breisgau, (colophon: Joannis Faber), 1533. With Faber's device on title-page with a larger version on last page, and 21 woodcut illustrations in the text (several full-page). 2 works in 1 volume. 4to. Contemporary sheepskin parchment. [8], 198, [2] pp.; 35, [1] ll. First edition of a treatise on sundials by the cosmographer, cartographer and Hebrew scholar Sebastian Münster, complete with the folding plate, also dated 1531 but usually lacking in the present first edition. Bound with the third, corrected edition of an influential work on geography by Heinrich Loritus Glarean(us). In the first and most important part, Glarean discusses the mathematical basis of physical geography, with interesting chapters on globes; the second part contains descriptions of Europe, Africa and Asia.With early owner's inscription on first title-page and manuscript table of astrological data on last free endleaf. With a tear repaired in the folding plate, but further in very good condition, with a small hole in 1 leaf affecting 3 letters of the text … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 20:56:02
LUTHER, Martin
Wittemberg: Hans Lufft, 1531. Luther on AngelsLuther's sermon on angels, preached on the occasion of Michaelmas, 29 September 1530, was ostensibly about the Archangel Michael and the divine college of angels' reverence for God in Matthew 18.10, but the substance of the sermon was actually about fallen angels, in particular the Devil, who lies "closer than the shirt on our body."1 Luther catalogues Satan's crimes--pestilence, famine, murder, war2--with far more verve and eloquence than he does the graces of the elevated angels, but he does remind his congregation that angels are ever present and ever protective. Luther gave the Michaelmas sermon in the city of Coburg, where at the time the Imperial Diet of Augsburg was in full force endeavoring, and failing, to find consonance between the Catholics and Protestants, exertions that inspired Luther to revile the Diet in his sermon.3 Ein Predigt von den Engeln appeared in five printings in German in Wittemberg and Nuremburg in 1531, then was reprinted once in 1535. A Latin edition appeared in 1544, and an English translation with commentary was published in London by Hugh Syngleton in 1548. Quarto, 153 x 104 x 6 mm (binding), 150 x 102 x 1 mm (text block). A4, B2, C4, 10 ff. Decorative woodcut border by, or influenced by, Georg Lemberger and the Cranach workshop. Bound in dun paper over thin boards. Leaves toned, title woodcut trimmed close at fore edge, scattered contemporary marginal notes, area of fore-margins of leaves somewhat softened and delicate from damp. Title text conforms to Benzing 2954; colophon to 2955. VD … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: W. S. Cotter Rare Books [United States]
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2020-06-10 15:19:28
MÜNSTER, Sebastian.
Compositio horologiorum, in plano, muro, truncis, anulo, con concavo, cylindro & variis quadrantibus, cum signorum zodiaci & diversarum horarum inscriptionibus: ... Basel, Henricus Petrus, 1531 (changed in manuscript to 1535). With woodcut on title-page showing sundials of various kinds, Petri's woodcut device on last page, large folding woodcut plate (31.5 x 40.5 cm) of a wall sundial, and 56 woodcut illustrations in the text (many full-page).With: (2) GLAREAN(US), Heinrich. De geographia liber unus, ab ipso authore iam tertio recognitus.Freiburg im Breisgau, (colophon: Joannis Faber), 1533. With Faber's device on title-page with a larger version on last page, and 21 woodcut illustrations in the text (several full-page). 2 works in 1 volume. 4to. Contemporary sheepskin parchment. [8], 198, [2] pp.; 35, [1] ll. First edition of a treatise on sundials by the cosmographer, cartographer and Hebrew scholar Sebastian Münster, complete with the folding plate, also dated 1531 but usually lacking in the present first edition. Bound with the third, corrected edition of an influential work on geography by Heinrich Loritus Glarean(us). In the first and most important part, Glarean discusses the mathematical basis of physical geography, with interesting chapters on globes; the second part contains descriptions of Europe, Africa and Asia.With early owner's inscription on first title-page and manuscript table of astrological data on last free endleaf. With a tear repaired in the folding plate, but further in very good condition, with a small hole in 1 leaf affecting 3 letters of the text … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:14:56
PAULUS OF AEGINA (ed. by Otto BRUNFELS and Wilhelm KOPP).
Pharmaca simplicia, Orthone Brunfelsio interprete.Including: De ratione victus Gukielmo Copo Basiliensi interprete.(Colophon: Strasbourg, Georg Ulricher, September 1531). With a finely executed woodcut on the title-page repeated on the verso of the otherwise blank last leaf.With:(2) VALLA, Giorgio. De simplicium natura liber unus.Strasbourg, Heinrich Sybold, (colophon: August 1528). With the title in a woodcut architectural frame.(3) ODO OF MEUNG (misattributed to Aemilius MACER). De herbarum virtutibus, cum Joannis Atrociani co[m]mentariis, ...Including: STRABO, Walafrid. Hortulus vernantissimus.Freiburg im Breisgau, (colophon: Johann Faber, 1530). (4) MARBOD OF ANJOU (with notes and additions by Georg PICTORIUS). De lapidibus pretiosis encheridion, cum scholiis Pictorii Villingensis. Eiusdem Pictorii De lapide molari carmen.[Freiburg im Breisgau], [Johan Faber], 1531. With a woodcut initial with pictorial decoration. Set in an Aldine-style italic.4 editions containing 6 works, in 1 volume. 8vo (16.5 x 11 cm). Blind -tooled pigskin (Freibrug or vicinity? ca. 1570?) over tapered wooden boards, each board with fields edged by multiple fillets, the outer field containing a frame made from a large roll with allegorical female figures representing the four theological virtues. The front board with owner's initials "A W", and with 2 engraved brass fastenings. [12], 86, [1 blank], [1]; [104]; [4], 108; 55, [1] ll. Four editions printed and published in Freiburg and nearby Strasbourg from 1528 to 1531, containing six works of medical and pharmacological interest, all in the origin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-09 20:03:07
Fray Jacobus (Jaime) Pérez de Valencia
1531. Antique old book. Please see all the photos. Fray Jacobus (Jaime) Pérez de Valencia Spanish Author Year. 1531 4° 8.h. Portada a dos tintas. Pergamino a la romana. Bello ejemplar de esta rara obra de este autor español.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, Venezuela]
2020-05-30 21:17:02
Postinkunabel - Bambergensis - Verfasser Johann von Schwarzenberg und Georg III., Bamberg, Bischof
JOHANN SCHÖFFER, 1531. "Bambergische Halßgerichts und Rechtlich Ordnung/ in peinlichen sachen zu volnfarn allen Stetten/ Communen/ Regimenten/ Amptleuten/ Vögten/ Verwesern/ Schultheyßen/ Schöffen/ und Richtern/ dienstlich/ fürderlich nd behülfflich/ darnach zu handeln und rechtsprechen/ gantz gleichförmig gemeynen geschriben Rechten. Darauß auch diß büchlein gezogen und fleissig gemeynem nutz zugut/ gesamelt und verordnet ist." DRUCKER JOHANN SCHÖFFER, MAINZ, 20.V.1531 BESCHREIBUNG Frühes Rechtswerk - die sechste Ausgabe der ersten Fassung der populären und stets sehr gesuchten "Bambergensis". Die "Bambergensis", als deren Verfasser Johann von Schwarzenberg gilt, ist "ein Werk, das sich durch Verarbeitung und Verbindung von einheimischen und fremden, der italienischen Strafrechtsdoktrin entlehnten Gedanken weit über die Strafgesetzgebung der Zeit erhob und zum Bahnbrecher der Gerechtigkeit in einer Welt der verwilderten Strafrechtspflege werden sollte" (vgl. Conrad). Enthalten sind 24 - davon 5 nahezu ganzseitige - prachtvolle sowie kostümgeschichtlich interessante Holzschnitte in leicht abgewandelter Form der Bamberger Erstausgabe von 1507 unter Hinzufügung einiger kleiner Stöcke aus Schöffers Livius-Ausgabe von 1523. Die Holzschnitte stellen u.a. den Ablauf eines Strafprozesses im 16. Jahrhundert dar - daneben finden sich Szenen einer Verhaftung, Verhör, Folter, Urteilsspruch und Urteilsvollstreckung. Das letzte Blatt mit großer typischer Holzschnitt-Druckermarke der Schöfferschen Offizin in Mainz. Das Werk präsentiert sich in einem kräftigen Druck auf festem Bütten un … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HGomoll [Germany]
2020-05-09 20:00:37
Haymo
Paris: Jean Petit, 1531. Haymonis Episcopi Halberstattensis Commentariorum in Apocalipsim beati Joannis libri VII, jam primum in lucem editi, et ad multorum scriptorum codicum fidem castigati Parisijs : Apud Ioannem paruum (Petit); Anthonium Bonnamere, 1531. ---0o0--- Extremely rare Renaissance era armorial bound Biblical exegesis and commentary on the seven books of Revelation/Apocalypsis by Haymo, a Benedictine priest of the ninth century whom died in 853, after having traveled, notably to Tours, and exercised various functions, notably teaching at the monastery of Fulda, he will be named abbot of the monastery of Haberstadt. He was a verbose writer and most of his works are comments from the scriptures, as well as from the book we are presenting which concerns Revelation/Apocalypsis. Following in this the exegetical tradition of his time, Haymo was not an original commentator, and his ideas are drawn from the fathers of the church, but his position tends to accentuate the deeply moral and mystical character of the texts he comments, and his works have the advantage of reflecting the century in which he lived. Important copy also carries notable provenance; armorial bookplate of "Gower Earl Gower" on front pastedown; from the library of his father Sir John Leveson Gower (1674-1709); the founding peer of the Gower line (MP for Newcastle-upon-Lyne 1692-1702, and made the first Baron Gower in 1702, one of five peers which completed a majority in the Upper House). John was also one of the 24 knights of the "Order of the Garter", the preeminent chivalric order serving the Brit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-05-08 15:26:13
Fray Jacobus (Jaime) Pérez de Valencia
1531. Antique old book. Please see all the photos. Fray Jacobus (Jaime) Pérez de Valencia Spanish Author Year. 1531 4° 8.h. Portada a dos tintas. Pergamino a la romana. Bello ejemplar de esta rara obra de este autor español.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, Venezuela]
2020-05-04 19:40:54
Haymo
Paris: Jean Petit, 1531. Haymonis Episcopi Halberstattensis Commentariorum in Apocalipsim beati Joannis libri VII, jam primum in lucem editi, et ad multorum scriptorum codicum fidem castigati Parisijs : Apud Ioannem paruum (Petit); Anthonium Bonnamere, 1531. ---0o0--- Extremely rare Renaissance era armorial bound Biblical exegesis and commentary on the seven books of Revelation/Apocalypsis by Haymo, a Benedictine priest of the ninth century whom died in 853, after having traveled, notably to Tours, and exercised various functions, notably teaching at the monastery of Fulda, he will be named abbot of the monastery of Haberstadt. He was a verbose writer and most of his works are comments from the scriptures, as well as from the book we are presenting which concerns Revelation/Apocalypsis. Following in this the exegetical tradition of his time, Haymo was not an original commentator, and his ideas are drawn from the fathers of the church, but his position tends to accentuate the deeply moral and mystical character of the texts he comments, and his works have the advantage of reflecting the century in which he lived. Important copy also carries notable provenance; armorial bookplate of "Gower Earl Gower" on front pastedown; from the library of his father Sir John Leveson Gower (1674-1709); the founding peer of the Gower line (MP for Newcastle-upon-Lyne 1692-1702, and made the first Baron Gower in 1702, one of five peers which completed a majority in the Upper House). John was also one of the 24 knights of the "Order of the Garter", the preeminent chivalric order serving the Brit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-05-02 14:35:11
Silius Italicus, Caius
Parisiis : Apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1531. Silius Italicus, Caius [Fleuron]. Silii Italici...de bello punico libri septemdecim. Title [Fleuron]. Silii Italici...de bello punico libri septemdecim. Cum argumentis Hermanni Buschij, & scholijs in margine adiectis, quae vice vberis commentarij esse possunt Hardback Parisiis : Apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1531 Original Book Publishing Details Author: Silius Italicus, CaiusFull title: [Fleuron]. Silii Italici...de bello punico libri septemdecim. Title [Fleuron]. Silii Italici...de bello punico libri septemdecim. Cum argumentis Hermanni Buschij, & scholijs in margine adiectis, quae vice vberis commentarij esse possuntPublisher: Parisiis : Apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1531Edition: Binding: HardbackBook ID: 194455 Comments & Item Features Lacks final blank. Preliminary 2 and last leaf with MS inscriptions and pen trials; light, marginal staining. Contemporary limp vellum soiled and crimpled; a sound copy overall. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 223 pages; Referenced by: Adams S1135. Referenced by: CLC S1260. Renouard, P. Simon de Colin, p. 185. Language; Latin. Physical description; 223 leaves ; 17 cm. Notes; Signatures: a-z, A-E(8 (E(8 blank). Printer's device on the title page. Colophon: Parisiis in aedibus Simonis Colinaei anno M. D. XXXI mense Novembri. Spaces with guide letters left for capitals. Errors in foliation 84, 206, 217 misnumb. 48, 260, and 227 respectively. Subjects; Punic War, 2d 218-201 B.C - Poetry. Other names; Busche, Hermann von dem, 1468-1534. Book Condition Report: Book Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: MW Books Select Antiquarian Books (mwbooks2) [Co. Galway, Ireland]
2020-05-02 09:11:09
1531. Vitae graecorum romanorumque illustrium, autore Plutarcho. Habes hic Lector omnium quos summis felicissimisq temporibus Graecia, quos Latium principes viros tulit, eminentissimaru in rebus omnibus gerendis virtutum speciosissimos flores, illustrissima exempla, historiae ueteris sine dubio medullam, ex graeco sonte summa vivligantia repurgatu exemplar, exordiis, epilogisq omnibus qui desiderabantur, supra mendas innumerabiles, restitutis : tum autores lucis maioris gratia comode saepe accitos : ad haec huius demonstratiuae orationis locos sparsim sic annotatos, ut non solum perciper rectius faciliusq tantum autorem, sed etiam in dicendo virtutes huius imitati studiosi possint. Vale, & his benesruere. Accessit & index multo tibi utilitissimus futurus. Io. Sinap. Nec plus egessitisimi, aut graviore labore angeae stabulis amphitryoniades, quam tulit hinc mendas, & tot loca manca resarsit, omne serens punctum qualibet arte SIMON. Basileae, apud Io. Beb., Anno M.D.XXXI. [1531], cum gratia & privilegio Caesareo. Au colophon : "Basileae, ex aedibus Iaonnis Bebelii, mense martio, anno M.D.XXXI.". in folio, (52ff) [Titre / "Simon Grynaeus studioso lectori S.D." / Index] 464 [456] feuillets chiffrés. Plein veau de l'époque anciennement restauré, dos à nerfs, plats décorés de décors géométriques avec titre doré estampé au centre. 2 marques typographiques sur le titre et au verso du dernier feuillet. Initiales historiées, et rehaussées en bleu jusqu'au feuillet 153 (sans doute à l'époque). Traductions latine de Lapo Florention, Donato Acciaiolo, Guarino Véronèse, Antonio Becaria, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ty0_6 Rometti-livres (ty0_6) [NICE, France]
2020-04-30 02:36:05
Haymo
Paris: Jean Petit, 1531. Haymonis Episcopi Halberstattensis Commentariorum in Apocalipsim beati Joannis libri VII, jam primum in lucem editi, et ad multorum scriptorum codicum fidem castigati Parisijs : Apud Ioannem paruum (Petit); Anthonium Bonnamere, 1531. ---0o0--- Extremely rare Renaissance era armorial bound Biblical exegesis and commentary on the seven books of Revelation/Apocalypsis by Haymo, a Benedictine priest of the ninth century whom died in 853, after having traveled, notably to Tours, and exercised various functions, notably teaching at the monastery of Fulda, he will be named abbot of the monastery of Haberstadt. He was a verbose writer and most of his works are comments from the scriptures, as well as from the book we are presenting which concerns Revelation/Apocalypsis. Following in this the exegetical tradition of his time, Haymo was not an original commentator, and his ideas are drawn from the fathers of the church, but his position tends to accentuate the deeply moral and mystical character of the texts he comments, and his works have the advantage of reflecting the century in which he lived. Important copy also carries notable provenance; armorial bookplate of "Gower Earl Gower" on front pastedown; from the library of his father Sir John Leveson Gower (1674-1709); the founding peer of the Gower line (MP for Newcastle-upon-Lyne 1692-1702, and made the first Baron Gower in 1702, one of five peers which completed a majority in the Upper House). John was also one of the 24 knights of the "Order of the Garter", the preeminent chivalric order serving the Brit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-04-28 15:42:17
Ioannis Damsceni (John of Damascus) (Ioannes ho Damasknos); ed. Donatus
apud Stephanum Et Fratris Sabios, May 1531. Condition: Good. Book Condition: Good Condition; Dustjacket: No Dust Jacket. Ioannis Damsceni (John of Damascus) (Ioannes ho Damasknos); ed. Donatus Editio Orthodoxae Fidei, Eiusdem de iis, qui in fide dormierunt. (An Exact Exposition / Statement of the Orthodox Faith) (Ekdosis akribes tes Orthodoxou Písteos) Early Edition Hardcover apud Stephanum Et Fratris Sabios, May 1531, 1531 Good Condition For more pictures of this item scroll down to bottom .... Book Publishing Details Author: Ioannis Damsceni (John of Damascus) (Ioannes ho Damasknos); ed. Donatus Full title:Editio Orthodoxae Fidei, Eiusdem de iis, qui in fide dormierunt. (An Exact Exposition / Statement of the Orthodox Faith) (Ekdosis akribes tes Orthodoxou Písteos) Publisher:apud Stephanum Et Fratris Sabios, May 1531, 1531Edition:Early EditionBinding:HardcoverISBN:No ISBNBook ID:70920021016 Comments & Item Features Early Edition. Category: Christian, Religion and Theology. Language: Latin and Greek. ISBN: No ISBN. Full leather binding with simple blind decoration, Dulled gilt lettering "Verona 1531" and decoration on the banded spine, missing spine-label. Both covers are well worn with loss at corners and spine-ends, front cover is detached, leather on rear joint is wholly split and leather over rear cover is lifting at split. Inner front cover has purple stamp from Ampleforth Abbey, a small pasted label and a short reference number in pencil, the paper underneath is darkened and stained. Title page is darkened and also stained at the edges. Block edges are red which is d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bailgate Books Ltd [Doncaster, United Kingdom]
2020-04-26 16:30:07
Ioannis Damsceni (John of Damascus) (Ioannes ho Damasknos); ed. Donatus
apud Stephanum Et Fratris Sabios, May 1531, Veronae (Verona). Full leather binding with simple blind decoration, Dulled gilt lettering "Verona 1531" and decoration on the banded spine, missing spine-label. Both covers are well worn with loss at corners and spine-ends, front cover is detached, leather on rear joint is wholly split and leather over rear cover is lifting at split. Inner front cover has purple stamp from Ampleforth Abbey, a small pasted label and a short reference number in pencil, the paper underneath is darkened and stained. Title page is darkened and also stained at the edges. Block edges are red which is darkened. First page of text has decorated header and first paragraph in red. Pages are bright and text is clear. There are some underlinings against some text in black ink which has faded to brown and occasional notes ( in Latin or Greek) in the margins in the same ink. Pagination: Nothing before Greek and Latin title-page; introduction/ dedication in Latin and Greek [7]; contents in Greek [6] -first gathering containing title introduction/dedcation and contents is detached -; text 152; printing details [1]; frep [3]. Pages are numbered on obverse of pages, reverso pages are not numbered (each page number refers to both sides of a sheet thus body of text contains 152 double sided pages (304)). There are Printer's pagination errors so pages are numbered: 1-96, 90, 100, 99, 100, 101, 102, 96, 104, 105, 105, 107-111, 111, 113-139, [1]. Ioannis Taleinos Mona- 141-142, [4], 147-148, 143, 150, [2], printing details; frep [3]. Text at top of next page has been ch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bailgate Books Ltd [Doncaster, United Kingdom]
2020-04-25 06:02:07
Haymo
Paris: Jean Petit, 1531. Haymonis Episcopi Halberstattensis Commentariorum in Apocalipsim beati Joannis libri VII, jam primum in lucem editi, et ad multorum scriptorum codicum fidem castigati Parisijs : Apud Ioannem paruum (Petit); Anthonium Bonnamere, 1531. ---0o0--- Extremely rare Renaissance era armorial bound Biblical exegesis and commentary on the seven books of Revelation/Apocalypsis by Haymo, a Benedictine priest of the ninth century whom died in 853, after having traveled, notably to Tours, and exercised various functions, notably teaching at the monastery of Fulda, he will be named abbot of the monastery of Haberstadt. He was a verbose writer and most of his works are comments from the scriptures, as well as from the book we are presenting which concerns Revelation/Apocalypsis. Following in this the exegetical tradition of his time, Haymo was not an original commentator, and his ideas are drawn from the fathers of the church, but his position tends to accentuate the deeply moral and mystical character of the texts he comments, and his works have the advantage of reflecting the century in which he lived. Important copy also carries notable provenance; armorial bookplate of "Gower Earl Gower" on front pastedown; from the library of his father Sir John Leveson Gower (1674-1709); the founding peer of the Gower line (MP for Newcastle-upon-Lyne 1692-1702, and made the first Baron Gower in 1702, one of five peers which completed a majority in the Upper House). John was also one of the 24 knights of the "Order of the Garter", the preeminent chivalric order serving the Brit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-04-21 19:04:04
John, of Damascus, Saint (Joannis Damasceni).
Veronae: [Apud Stephanum et fratres Sabios], 1531. 4to in 8s (21.5 cm, 8.375"). [8], 150, [4] ff. <br><br>John, of Damascus (ca. 675–749), is a Doctor of the Church and was a polymath. His contributions were in the fields of law, theology, philosophy, and music; and it is thought that he may well have served as a chief administrator to the Muslim caliph of Damascus before his ordination.<br> His Exposition of the Orthodox Faith, present here in an edition in the original Greek edited by Bernardino Donato (1483–1543, a Humanist, philologist, Hellenist, and grammarian) is an 8th-century treatise that is=> the first work of systematic theology in Eastern Christianity and an important influence on later Scholastic works. Among the numerous topics and concerns it treats are things utterable and things unutterable, things knowable and things unknowable, prescience and predestination. the reason God with foreknowledge created persons who would sin and not repent, natural and innocent passions, and the honor due to the saints and their remains.<br> The text is in Greek, preface in Latin. The title-page gives the place and date of printing but the other imprint data is from the colophon. The headpiece, caption title, and initial on folio 1 are => printed in red; the initial and headpiece are the only woodcuts in the volume.<br> Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear. <br> <br> Adams J274; EDIT16 CNCE 32951. 18th-century vellum over pasteboards, slightly yapp edges; lower 1.5" of title-leaf excised … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
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2020-04-20 02:48:38
108948 [ SUPLICA ORIGINAL ]. 1531 [ SUPLICA ORIGINAL ]. Rome, 5 décembre 1531. MANUSCRIT in-folio. 2pp. Cousu au 18e siècle dans une chemise de papier dont le premier plat porte la description du document. Précieuse supplique originale signée par le Pape Clément VII dans laquelle il attribue pour la première fois aux pères Dominicains la gestion d'une paroisse, celle du couvent de Caleruega, le village proche de Burgos où naquit Saint Dominique de Guzman (1170-1221).
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
2020-04-19 19:52:17
Haymo
Paris: Jean Petit, 1531. Haymonis Episcopi Halberstattensis Commentariorum in Apocalipsim beati Joannis libri VII, jam primum in lucem editi, et ad multorum scriptorum codicum fidem castigati Parisijs : Apud Ioannem paruum (Petit); Anthonium Bonnamere, 1531. ---0o0--- Extremely rare Renaissance era armorial bound Biblical exegesis and commentary on the seven books of Revelation/Apocalypsis by Haymo, a Benedictine priest of the ninth century whom died in 853, after having traveled, notably to Tours, and exercised various functions, notably teaching at the monastery of Fulda, he will be named abbot of the monastery of Haberstadt. He was a verbose writer and most of his works are comments from the scriptures, as well as from the book we are presenting which concerns Revelation/Apocalypsis. Following in this the exegetical tradition of his time, Haymo was not an original commentator, and his ideas are drawn from the fathers of the church, but his position tends to accentuate the deeply moral and mystical character of the texts he comments, and his works have the advantage of reflecting the century in which he lived. Important copy also carries notable provenance; armorial bookplate of "Gower Earl Gower" on front pastedown; from the library of his father Sir John Leveson Gower (1674-1709); the founding peer of the Gower line (MP for Newcastle-upon-Lyne 1692-1702, and made the first Baron Gower in 1702, one of five peers which completed a majority in the Upper House). John was also one of the 24 knights of the "Order of the Garter", the preeminent chivalric order serving the Brit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2020-04-19 10:18:05
Jean Mareschal, Lyon, 1531. Solider fünfbündiger Pergamenteinband mit montiertem Rückentitel, vorderer Buchdeckel alterstypisch minimal gewölbt, zweifarbiges Titelblatt mit alt teilkoloriertem ganzseitigen Kupferstich des Hl. Hieronymus als Büßer, Text zweispaltig in sehr kleiner aber klarer gebrochener Schrift mit vielen, teilweise mehrfarbig alt kolorierten Initialen, gelegentliche handschriftliche Marginalien der Zeit, sowie eine kleine sorgfältige und ebenfalls kolorierte Federzeichnung am Seitenrand von Gen 22, der Erzählung des Isaak-Opfers, die diese Stelle pointiert illustriert. 508 seitenpaginierte folii, Impressum auf fol. 508r, große Schlussvignette, es folgen mit weiterem Titelblatt drei umfangreiche Indizes zur Namensinterpretation und je zum Alten- und Neuen Testament und ebenfalls eine Schlussvignette. Ein kulturhistorisch bemerkenswertes Exemplar einer raren Vulgata-Ausgabe der frühen Reformationszeit in gutem Zustand. +++ 13 x 17,5 cm, 1,1 kg +++ Stichwörter: Bibel, Rarität, Frömmigkeit Gewicht in Gramm: 1100
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clement [Bonn, Germany]
2020-04-16 11:11:11
ARETINO (Leonardo Bruni).
109141 ARETINO (Leonardo Bruni). Aquila Volâte. Libro intitolato Aquila Volante: d 1531 ARETINO (Leonardo Bruni). Aquila Volâte. Libro intitolato Aquila Volante: di latino nella volgar lingua, dal Magnifico et eloquentissimo messer Leonardo Aretino, tradotto. Nelqual si contiene del principio del mondo: di molte dignissime historie et fabole di Saturno e Giove: delle gran guerre fatte da Greci: da Troiani: et da Romani fin'al tempo di Nerone, con molto degne Allegatione di Dante et altri autori, et di novo con grandissima diligenza ricorretto, et stampato. (à la fin:) Impressa in Venetia, per Marchio Sessa, 1531. in-8. 12ff. 211ff. chiffrés. 1f. Plein vélin du temps, titre inscrit en lettres d'imprimerie sur le dos à une date postérieure. Recueil de chroniques historiques traditionnellement attribuées à l'Arétin. Le titre s'inscrit dans une belle bordures historiée gravée sur bois.
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-04-16 08:24:21
HAYMON.
60146 HAYMON. In Isaiam prophetam cômentaria, nunc primum typis excusa et iam rec 1531 HAYMON. In Isaiam prophetam cômentaria, nunc primum typis excusa et iam recens edita non sine accuratissima plurimorum pariter et vetustissimorum exemplarium collatione. His accessit ad studiosorum utilitatem index non minus absolutus quam copiosus. Parisiis, ex officina Ioannis Olivier, 1531. in-8. 12ff. 501pp. (mal chiffrées 511). Plein veau, traces d'ornements à froid sur les plats, restes de dorures sur le dos (Reliure de l'époque restaurée). Edition Originale de ce commentaire sur Isaie composé par Haymon (ou Aimon), qui fut évêque d'Halberstadt au 9e siècle. "Comment passer sous silence un livre que Charles Nodier, dans une de ses notes, a déclaré 'd'une insigne rareté' et dont un exemplaire, à la vérité relié en maroquin rouge et aux armes de De Thou, a été vendu 54 fr. en mars 1829? Ce prix est un fait que nous devons constater, mais qui ne peut pas servir de règle" (Brunet).On connaît au moins trois éditions de cet ouvrage parues la même année, dont deux éditions parisiennes à des adresses différentes.Quelques traces de mouillures marginales aux premiers et derniers feuillets. Assez bon exemplaire par ailleurs. Brunet, III, 66.
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
2020-04-16 05:58:05
THEOPHYLACTUS.
60317 THEOPHYLACTUS. In Quatuor Evangelia Enarrationes. Luculentissimae diligente 1531 THEOPHYLACTUS. In Quatuor Evangelia Enarrationes. Luculentissimae diligenter iam tandem et adamussim Recognitae. Cum utili et copioso indice. Impressum Parrisiis, impensis ac sumptibus honesti viri Jacobi Kerver, 1539.RELIÉ AVEC (à la suite) : 2). (du même). In omnes Divi Pauli Epitsolas enarrationes. Luculentissimae, diligenter iam tandem et adamussim Recognitae. Cum utili et copioso indice. Parisiis, Sumptibus honesti viri Iacobi Kerver, 1531. 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-folio. 1). 7ff. (1f.blanc). 198ff.ch. (i.e.199). (1f.blanc). 2). 10ff. 207ff. Pleine basane du 17e siècle, dos à nerfs orné (reliure restaurée). Rare et intéressante réunion des premières éditions parues en France de ces deux ouvrages du religieux bulgare Theophylactus, Archevêque d'Okhrid (vivant vers 1078). Leur traduction du grec est due respectivement au célèbre érudit et réformateur allemand Jean Oecolampade (1482-1531), et à Christophe Porsenna.Belles impressions du célèbre imprimeur parisien Kerver, avec de nombreuses lettrines ornementées.Reliure restaurée. Bon exemplaire. 1). Manque au N.U.C. 2). 1 seul exemplaire au N.U.C.
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-04-14 20:03:49
Haymo
Paris: Jean Petit, 1531. Haymonis Episcopi Halberstattensis Commentariorum in Apocalipsim beati Joannis libri VII, jam primum in lucem editi, et ad multorum scriptorum codicum fidem castigati Parisijs : Apud Ioannem paruum (Petit); Anthonium Bonnamere, 1531. ---0o0--- Extremely rare Renaissance era armorial bound Biblical exegesis and commentary on the seven books of Revelation/Apocalypsis by Haymo, a Benedictine priest of the ninth century whom died in 853, after having traveled, notably to Tours, and exercised various functions, notably teaching at the monastery of Fulda, he will be named abbot of the monastery of Haberstadt. He was a verbose writer and most of his works are comments from the scriptures, as well as from the book we are presenting which concerns Revelation/Apocalypsis. Following in this the exegetical tradition of his time, Haymo was not an original commentator, and his ideas are drawn from the fathers of the church, but his position tends to accentuate the deeply moral and mystical character of the texts he comments, and his works have the advantage of reflecting the century in which he lived. Important copy also carries notable provenance; armorial bookplate of "Gower Earl Gower" on front pastedown; from the library of his father Sir John Leveson Gower (1674-1709); the founding peer of the Gower line (MP for Newcastle-upon-Lyne 1692-1702, and made the first Baron Gower in 1702, one of five peers which completed a majority in the Upper House). John was also one of the 24 knights of the "Order of the Garter", the preeminent chivalric order serving the Brit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2020-03-27 07:07:14
Ioannis Damsceni (John of Damascus) (Ioannes ho Damasknos); ed. Donatus
apud Stephanum Et Fratris Sabios, May 1531, 1531. Condition: Good. Book Condition: Good Condition; Dustjacket: No Dust Jacket. Ioannis Damsceni (John of Damascus) (Ioannes ho Damasknos); ed. Donatus Editio Orthodoxae Fidei, Eiusdem de iis, qui in fide dormierunt. (An Exact Exposition / Statement of the Orthodox Faith) (Ekdosis akribes tes Orthodoxou Písteos) Early Edition Hardcover apud Stephanum Et Fratris Sabios, May 1531, 1531 Good Condition For more pictures of this item scroll down to bottom .... Book Publishing Details Author: Ioannis Damsceni (John of Damascus) (Ioannes ho Damasknos); ed. Donatus Full title:Editio Orthodoxae Fidei, Eiusdem de iis, qui in fide dormierunt. (An Exact Exposition / Statement of the Orthodox Faith) (Ekdosis akribes tes Orthodoxou Písteos) Publisher:apud Stephanum Et Fratris Sabios, May 1531, 1531Edition:Early EditionBinding:HardcoverISBN:No ISBNBook ID:70920021016 Comments & Item Features Early Edition. Category: Christian, Religion and Theology. Language: Latin and Greek. ISBN: No ISBN. Full leather binding with simple blind decoration, Dulled gilt lettering "Verona 1531" and decoration on the banded spine, missing spine-label. Both covers are well worn with loss at corners and spine-ends, front cover is detached, leather on rear joint is wholly split and leather over rear cover is lifting at split. Inner front cover has purple stamp from Ampleforth Abbey, a small pasted label and a short reference number in pencil, the paper underneath is darkened and stained. Title page is darkened and also stained at the edges. Block edges are red whic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bailgate Books Ltd (8bailgatebooks) [Doncaster, GB]
2020-03-19 17:16:05
Gaius Sallustius Crispus (86 ca. - 35 a.C.), Agostino Ortica della Porta
Stampato in Vinegia per Marchio Sessa, MDXXXI (1531) Volume in -8°, cc. 135, [1] Genuina legatura in pergamena coeva con bindelle visibili, dorso a tre nervi. Sul taglio inferiore è riportato il titolo manoscritto. Bel frontespizio racchiuso da una cornice silografica figurata. Testo in elegante corsivo arricchito da qualche capolettera ornato. Alla fine del volume sono riportati editore, luogo e data di stampa. E’ presente il marchio tipografico: in un cerchio sormontato da corona è raffigurato il gatto con topo in bocca sormontato dalle iniziali MS. Opera completa e genuina. Volume raro. Edizione rara in volgare a cura del poeta genovese Agostino Ortica della Porta dell'opera di Sallustio, pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1518 e poi ristampata nel dicembre del 1523 da Gregorio de' Gregori. L’edizione comprende il De coniuratione Catilinae (ca. 108-62 a.C.) e il De bello Iugurthino (111-105 a.C). Il traduttore, il quale volgarizzò dal latino anche le opere di Cesare, ha poi aggiunto in fine un sunto degli ultimi avvenimenti della vita di Giogurta, Mario e Silla a continuazione della narrazione incompleta dello storico romano ed una breve biografia dello stesso Sallustio. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Linea d'acqua [Venezia, Italy]
2020-03-04 18:33:27
Biblia sacra veteris et novi testament lugduni 1531, cut, missing first pages and last pages, without original index, covered afterwards, 980 gr , covers 16x13x7 cm, book 155x113 mm, around 600 pp, latin Liber genesis was added and made by collector 1871., and then 1892. Has many woodcut first letters of chapters.
Bookseller: rayana7 [ Prague, Czech Republic]
2020-03-04 03:56:05
MANCIOLINO, Antonio
Vinegia, per Nicolo d'Aristotile detto Zoppino, MDXXXI (1531). in-8 picc (155x95mm), in marocchino testa di moro, fregi floreali e titolo oro al dorso a nervi, al centro dei piatti stella a sei punte che si interseca  a un motivo quadrilobato, splendida doublure ai piatti in marocchino rosso cornice vegetali e geometriche intrecciate, taglio superiore dorato, in perfetto stato. Elegante carattere corsivo, al titolo legno con la Giustizia tra due schermidori e 8 silografie nel testo, raffiguranti combattimenti di duellanti. Prima edizione di uno dei primi trattati italiani dedicati alla scherma ed al corretto portamento nei combattimenti all'arma bianca, giudicato nel catalogo di vendita del Gelli "extrêmement rare et précieux" (benché il suo fosse privo dell'ultimo foglio). Si tratta del terzo trattato pubblicato in Italia, e tra i più rari in assoluto; si presenta come un abbozzo di teorie relative ai modi che deve tenere un gentiluomo piuttosto che un sistematico assieme di regole sulla scherma. Fonte del Manciolino, originario di Bologna, fu indubbiamente il Moncio; Perfetto esemplare, lavato con discrezione, proveniente dalla collezione di André Beauvois Devaux, famoso maestro di scherma e collezionista: precede il titolo un foglio con lo splendido ex-libris inciso a colori su carta giappone, con stemma al cui centro compaiono le lettere "DAB" incrociate, con due spade che s'intersecano e sul drappo il motto "Toujours la pointe au corps".  precede il titolo un foglio con lo splendido ex-libris inciso a colori, con stemma al cui centro compaiono le lettere ''DAB'' incroc … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-02 11:16:13
1531. AURELIUS VICTOR (Sextus) - EUTROPII [EUTROPE] - PAULUS DIACONUS. Historia de vita et moribus Imperatorum romanorum, excerpta ex libris Sexti Aurelii Victoris, a Caesare Augusto usq [usque] et Theodosium Imperatorem [relié à la suite :] Eutropii : De gestis romanorum - Libri decem. [relié à la suite :] Pauli Diaconi : De gestis romanorum - Libri octo ad Eutropii historiam additi. Parisiis [Paris], apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1531 - Parisiis [Paris], apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1531 - Parisiis [Paris], apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1531. -------------------------------------------- 3 ouvrages reliés en un vol. au format in-12 (172 x 107 mm) de 28 [x 2] pp. ; 68 [x 2] pp. et 48 [x 2] pp. Reliure postérieure de plein vélin ivoire muet. Rare réunion en un volume de trois ouvrages consacrés à l'histoire romaine ; sortis des presses de Simon de Colines. Chacun s'agrémente de sa jolie marque en page de titre. ''Les premières éditions des Hommes illustres de cet historien ont été imprimées tantôt sous le nom de Suétone et tantôt sous celui de Pline le Jeune''. (in Brunet). ''Outre Geoffroy Tory, Simon de Colines fait appel à Oronce Fine et Claude Garamond, pour en définitive transformer le livre français en le libérant des contraintes médiévales et traditionnelles. S'inspirant d'Alde l'Ancien, il a développé un format accessible, le in-16, qui lui a permis de publier à son tour des classiques « de poche » accessibles en termes de prix aux étudiants du quartier. Il a popularisé les types italiques et cursifs en France. Les innovations typographiques de Colines sont, plus tard, reprises et dé … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B_Bookshop (desesseintes534) [Caen, France]
2020-02-27 08:57:23
None
London: Thomas Berthelet, 1531. Click here to see our other books! Magna Carta Cum Aliis Antiquis Statutis Quorum Catalogum in fine operis reperies None 1531 Thomas Berthelet : London 4" by 2.5" [2], 2-76, 78-150 [or 300], [2]pp SUMMARY A very early Magna Carta in very scarce Royal binding from the Tudor household, with the Tudor rose device to the boards. An Important Work,Early Edition,Fine Binding,Leather Binding,Publishers' Original Binding,Very Scarce Overall Condition: Good This book weighs 0.5 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 15.99 EU Postage: £ 13.99 European Postage: £ 14.99 Asia Postage: £ 18.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 19.99 DESCRIPTION Comprising of part I only, which is common for this work. Lacking the title page, which had the colophon dated 1531. In Latin, printed in Black Letter ESTC reference no S101049. This edition of the Magna Carta is a reprint, with additions, of the 1527 Richard Pynson edition. Pynson's 'Magna Carta' was the first printed copy of the Latin text of Magna Carta. It was intended to be a practical handbook for practicing lawyers and legally minded gentlemen. Pynson's edition of the Magna Carta was regarded as a foundational statute of the realm in Tudor England (British Library). Berthelet was Pynson's successor as Henry VIII's printer and binder. This is the first Berthelet edition of the Magna Carta, with his second edition being published in 1540. It is therefore likely that this royal binding was executed by Berthelet. It is believed that Berthlet was Pynson's apprentice and it is possible he had been known as Thomas Bercu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2020-02-10 16:06:11
Gomez, Luis (1482-1542).
Rome, Francesco Minizio Calvo, 1531, Only edition. Quarto (21 cm); [18] leaves. Title within elaborate woodcut border of interlocking wreaths guarded by Minerva and Mars, flanking a roundel populated with figures of Tiburnius, Minerva, the Capitoline Wolf, a cornucopia, and other symbols of Rome. Roundel of Tiburnius on A4v. Recently bound in 18th-century (?) Greek printed leaf, red-and-black, over a vellum spine. Title page trimmed close on bottom edge and on right edge, slightly affecting image. Occasional light foxing. Manuscript annotation on last page describing floods of 1566 and (in more detail) of 1570. Very Good ¶ In the aftermath of the flood of 1530 that left thousands dead and homeless in Rome, Cardinal Luis Gomez published this retrospective account of the Tiber and of its 23 recorded floods beginning in the 5th century BCE. After an interesting essay on the naming of the Tiber and on its centrality to the life of Rome, Gomez divides the book into chapters on floods before Christianity (eight of them) and after (fifteen), with an extra chapter on the famine, epidemics, and misery each flood leaves behind. Gomez provides notable observations of snakes in the city in enormous numbers following the 1530 flood. His method is not scientific, however, attributing the cause of the flooding to divine will. Incidentally, the 1530 flood is commemorated on the wall of the basilica of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva in Rome with a plaque about 20 feet off the ground showing the high water mark. A handwritten note following the text alludes to additional floods in 1566 and 1570.
Bookseller: Rodger Friedman Rare Book Studio, ABAA [Tuxedo, NY, U.S.A.]
2020-02-07 00:54:12
Ioannis Damsceni (John of Damascus) (Ioánnes ho Damaskenós); ed. Donatus
apud Stephanum Et Fratris Sabios, May 1531, 1531, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No, Early. Full leather binding with simple blind decoration, Dulled gilt lettering "Verona 1531" and decoration on the banded spine, missing spine-label. Both covers are well worn with loss at corners and spine-ends, front cover is detached, leather on rear joint is wholly split and leather over rear cover is lifting at split. Inner front cover has purple stamp from Ampleforth Abbey, a small pasted label and a short reference number in pencil, the paper underneath is darkened and stained. Title page is darkened and also stained at the edges. Block edges are red which is darkened. First page of text has decorated header and first paragraph in red. Pages are bright and text is clear. There are some underlinings against some text in black ink which has faded to brown and occasional notes ( in Latin or Greek) in the margins in the same ink. Pagination: Nothing before Greek and Latin title-page; introduction/ dedication in Latin and Greek [7]; contents in Greek [6] -first gathering containing title introduction/dedcation and contents is detached -; text 152; printing details [1]; frep [3]. Pages are numbered on obverse of pages, reverso pages are not numbered (each page number refers to both sides of a sheet thus body of text contains 152 double sided pages (304)). There are Printer's pagination errors so pages are numbered: 1-96, 90, 100, 99, 100, 101, 102, 96, 104, 105, 105, 107-111, 111, 113-139, [1]. Ioannis Taleinos Mona- 141-142, [4], 147-148, 143, 150, [2], printing … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bailgate Books Ltd [United Kingdom]
2020-01-30 16:41:08
1531. 1 vol. in-8° 180x120 mm., 223 carte. Rilegatura post. in mezza pergamena e carta decorativa, con titoli e fregi impressi in oro su tassello di pelle al dorso. Frontespizio con marca editoriale (vecchio con ali e piedi di capra). Esemplare censurato, 7 carte circa con segni di censura, mancante di 2 carte preliminari (q2-q3) e le carte s4-s5 sono rifilate. In buono stato di conservazione generale con leggero alone alla parte inferiore del testo. Piccolo lavoro di tarlo alle carte 26-43. SILII ITALICI CLA- RISSIMI POETAE DE BELLO punico libri semptemdecim. CVM ARGVMENTIS HERMANNI Buschij, & scholijs in margine adiectis, quae vice uberis commentarij esse possunt PARISIIS, 1531 Apud Simonen Colinaeum Il poema epico sulle Guerre Puniche del poeta romano Silio Italico (25 ca. d.C. - 101 d.C.), nella rarissima edizione cinquecentesca con alcune censure nel testo. Rilegatura post. in mezza pergamena e carta decorativa, con titoli e fregi impressi in oro su tassello di pelle al dorso. Frontespizio con marca editoriale (Il Tempo con la falce, vecchio con ali e piedi di capra). 1 vol. in-8° 180x120 mm., 223 carte. Esemplare censurato, 7 carte circa con segni di censura, mancante di 2 carte preliminari (q2-q3) e le carte s4-s5 sono rifilate. In buono stato di conservazione generale con leggero alone alla parte inferiore del testo. Piccolo lavoro di tarlo alle carte 26-43. le fotografie sono parte integrante della descrizione, e possono mostrare a volte difetti non descritti; alcuni minimi difetti giudicati trascurabili potrebbero essere omessi nella descrizione ) INFO PER QUALSIA … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-01-30 11:34:12
Anonimo
Bulino, 1531 circa, iscritto in lastra, sul piede del tavolo 'ACADEMIA DI BAC/CHIO BRANDIN IN/ROMA/IN LVOGO DETTO/BELVEDERE/MDXXXI. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Copia anonima, nello stesso verso, di un'incisione di Agostino de Musi. L'Accademia di Baccio Bandinelli era il primo consesso di studiosi ad adottare il titolo platonico, Accademia, in età moderna. Fu costituita da Bandinelli nel 1530 a Roma, in una stanza del palazzo del Belvedere in Vaticano. Dall'incisione, se ne coglie il carattere di intima coesione tra gli adepti - umanisti colti e cortigiani eletti - che lavorano a lume di candela, immersi in un'attività febbrile e assorta, controllata da Baccio che è raffigurato seduto sulla destra. Secondo Ben Thomas (cfr. Print Quarterly, March 2005, XXII, pp. 3-14) l'iscrizione, che copia quella di Agostino Veneziano, non è da intendersi come un "invenit" quanto piuttosto come una chiarificazione e identificazione precisa del soggetto, così da evitare errori di interpretazione. Si rimanda al saggio di Thomas anche per le considerazioni sulla forma del cognome di Baccio riportata nell'iscrizione, Brandin, in luogo di Bandinelli. La successiva incisione di Enea Vico (1550) del soggetto, piuttosto che una variante - come ha osservato Thomas, ne rappresenta una sua evoluzione poiché dimostra poiché dimostra lo status nobile dell'artista attraverso un'iscrizione e lo stemma e il suo elevato livello artistico attraverso una moltiplicazione degli elementi del disegno precedente: cinque libri i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-30 10:31:30
Francesco Maria Mazzola detto PARMIGIANINO (Parma 1503 - Casal Maggiore 1540)
Acquaforte e puntasecca, databile al periodo 1531/40, priva della firma dell'artista. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame o con sottilissimi margini, tracce di leggere abrasioni perfettamente restaurate, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'interesse per la grafica da parte del grandissimo artista inizia durante il suo viaggio a Roma del 1524 dove frequenta Marcantonio Raimondi e la sua bottega, apprendendo la tecnica del maestro bolognese e l'uso dell'acido. A Roma conosce anche Ugo da Carpi da cui apprende la tecnica del chiaroscuro, ideale per la traduzione a stampa dei disegni. Proprio nella capitale il Parmigianino incide San Pietro e San Giovanni guariscono gli infermi (Bartsch 7), suo celebre primo lavoro grafico all' acquaforte derivante da un disegno di Raffaello, che rimane l'unica opera prodotta prima del ritorno a Parma. Tutta la restante produzione grafica risale quindi al periodo successivo al 1531. La scelta dell'artista di dedicarsi personalmente ad una tecnica considerata minore e marginale nasce probabilmente dall'intuizione di poter riprodurre in più esemplari i suoi lavori che attraverso l'uso dell'acquaforte rimanevano molto vicini all'immediatezza del disegno, senza mostrare quella rigidità di traduzione propria dell'incisione al bulino. Il Mazzola si dedicò all'incisione in modo sporadico, per le difficoltà che incontrava nell'usare l'acido; per questo i suoi lavori presentano spesso difetti di morsura, che contraddistinguono gran parte dell'opera grafica di questo maestro sperimentatore, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-22 00:38:31
Jean Mareschal, Lyon 1531 Pergament Gut Solider fünfbündiger Pergamenteinband mit montiertem Rückentitel, vorderer Buchdeckel alterstypisch minimal gewölbt, zweifarbiges Titelblatt mit alt teilkoloriertem ganzseitigen Kupferstich des Hl. Hieronymus als Büßer, Text zweispaltig in sehr kleiner aber klarer gebrochener Schrift mit vielen, teilweise mehrfarbig alt kolorierten Initialen, gelegentliche handschriftliche Marginalien der Zeit, sowie eine kleine sorgfältige und ebenfalls kolorierte Federzeichnung am Seitenrand von Gen 22, der Erzählung des Isaak-Opfers, die diese Stelle pointiert illustriert. 508 seitenpaginierte folii, Impressum auf fol. 508r, große Schlussvignette, es folgen mit weiterem Titelblatt drei umfangreiche Indizes zur Namensinterpretation und je zum Alten- und Neuen Testament und ebenfalls eine Schlussvignette. Ein kulturhistorisch bemerkenswertes Exemplar einer raren Vulgata-Ausgabe der frühen Reformationszeit in gutem Zustand. +++ 13 x 17,5 cm, 1,1 kg +++ Stichwörter: Bibel, Rarität, Frömmigkeit Versand D: 5,50 EUR Bibel, Rarität, Frömmigkeit
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clement [Germany]
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2020-01-21 13:55:05
1531. La elegante prima edizione dei Discorsi sopra Tacito di Scipione Ammirato, in un esemplare in ottime condizioni di conservazione, conservato nella sua prima legatura in pergamena morbida. AMMIRATO Scipione, (Lecce 1531 - Firenze 1601) DISCORSI DEL SIGNOR SCIPIONE AMMIRATO Sopra CORNELIO TACITO NUOVAMENTE POSTI IN LUCE FIRENZEPer Filippo Giunti1594 Un volume in quarto (cm. 22 x 15) di pagine (32), 581, (45). Al frontespizio grande marca tipografica xilografica dei Giunta; nel testo molte iniziali xilografiche, e fregi composti con elementi tipografici; BELLA LEGATURA COEVA in piena pergamena morbida, con il titolo manoscritto lungo il dorso liscio; presenti le carte di sguardia originali; margini molto ampi; al frontespizio antica firma di appartenenza. EDIZIONE ORIGINALE OTTIMO ESEMPLARE, freschissimo e marginoso; qualche pagina con lieve uniforme brunitura della carta. Collazionato completo. Prima edizione (fu ristampata nel 1598 e 99 dallo stesso Giunti), di uno dei migliori commenti alle opere e al pensiero di Cornelio Tacito mai pubblicate. L'Ammirato si impegnò nella stesura dell'opera dal 1591 al 1594. Nei Discorsi l'autore prende lo spunto da numerosi luoghi dello storico romano, per affrontare in modo ampio i vari temi della teoria politica e delle prassi di governo, ma anche temi di etica e morale. L'opera ebbe subito larga fortuna, e fu elogiata dai contemporanei, e frequenti furono le ristampe e letraduzioni in lingue straniere. E' stata meno apprezzata in epoca moderna per il forte spirito anti-machiavellico e per la scarsa aderenza alla realtà dei comport … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, IT]
2020-01-20 18:08:06
BRISSON, Barnabé.
Second, revised and enlarged edition of a comprehensive compilation of Roman legal terminology, including remarks and data on the Latin language, Roman customs, religion politics and literature, by the French jurist and philologist Barnabé Brisson (1531-1591).Together with Contius, Balduinus, Cujacius, Hotmannus and Donellus, Brisson is among the group of 16th-century French jurists that brought Humanist jurisprudence to its peak. From the John Evelyn collection.Slightly stained leaves, with bookplate. Good copy of this standard work on Roman law.Adams B-2848; NBG VII, 435; VD 16, B-8330; Waller 153; cf. Graesse I, 541 (1754 edition)..
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-01-19 14:26:35
Condition: Ottime condizioni. 1531.Ioannis Damasceni editio Orthodoxae fide.Jean Damascene.1ere ed.en greco La descrizione di questo articolo è stata tradotta automaticamente. Se hai dubbi o domande, ti invitiamo a contattarci. Ioannou tou ekdosis orthodoxou gisteou tis Damaskinu Ioannis Damasceni editio Orthodoxae fidei. Em USD EI di iis, che in fide dormierunt VeronaE apud Stephanum e fratres Sabios.1531. Titolo pagina, 7 ff, 155ff. (non crittografato da ff.150, ultimo ff bianco). Qques vecchie annotazioni alla fine. Manca il 1 ° ff.blanc. Associazione del medio 19 ° mezza pelle di pecora. Buona usata condizione (wormholes a capocchia di spillo lungo la mascella, piccola galleria di vermi nel margine della ff.78 85, essenzialmente angolare waterstain nel margine tranne su alcune pagine all'inizio del volo.). 16 / 22cm Vedi foto qui sotto e qques quelle aggiuntive qui: https://www.Heberger-mes-photos.com/PF.php?fid=m57f5fnns33dfyejj855 Affrancatura & spedizione: 30 euro. All'estero, contattaci. Domande benvenuti ref23/4/12 14 Creato da eBay Turbo Lister Lo strumento di supporto JavaScript. Metti i tuoi oggetti facile e veloce e gestisci le inserzioni attive.
Bookseller: aalliibbaabbaa.fr (nicolos35) [Lantic, FR]
2020-01-19 04:45:09
1531. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Autore: Williamson G.G. Titolo: THE HISTORY OF PORTRAIT MINIATURES 1531-1860. London Bell and Sons, 1904 Folio (40x30,5 cm), 2 volumes XXIX-214(2), X-211 pp. First edition, limited to 520 copies. A very nice copy very well preserved. Two little ex-libris with name erased, tiny numbers stamped on fly-leafs of both volumes, otherwise internally as new. Bound in editorial white cloth, gilted titles, boards and spine richly tooled in gold, minimal signs of aging // Edizione prima e unica di 520 copie. Carta a mano, grandissimi margini e barbe, illustrata con varie centinaia di rare immagini su 104 tavole sotto velina: miniature appartenenti a collezioni pubbliche e private di tutto il mondo, fotografate espressamente per quest'opera. Frontespizi in rosso e nero, bei capilettera xilografici. Piccoli ex-libris con nome abraso. Numerini (di biblioteca privata?) impressi alle prime 2 carte bianche di entrambi i volumi, peraltro internamente freschissimi, come nuovi. Sontuose legature editoriali in tela bianca con titoli e ricche cornici oro, minimi segni del tempo. Codice del libro: EK/0320 Per tutte le informazioni su come ordinare, spedizione e garanzie clicca qui.
Bookseller: bergogliolibri [Torino, IT]
2020-01-17 16:22:06
John, of Damascus, Saint (Joannis Damasceni).
[Apud Stephanum et fratres Sabios], 1531. John, of Damascus (ca. 675-749), is a Doctor of the Church and was a polymath. His contributions were in the fields of law, theology, philosophy, and music; and it is thought that he may well have served as a chief administrator to the Muslim caliph of Damascus before his ordination. His Exposition of the Orthodox Faith, present here in an edition in the original Greek edited by Bernardino Donato (1483-1543, a Humanist, philologist, Hellenist, and grammarian) is an 8th-century treatise that is=> the first work of systematic theology in Eastern Christianity and an important influence on later Scholastic works. Among the numerous topics and concerns it treats are things utterable and things unutterable, things knowable and things unknowable, prescience and predestination. the reason God with foreknowledge created persons who would sin and not repent, natural and innocent passions, and the honor due to the saints and their remains. The text is in Greek, preface in Latin. The title-page gives the place and date of printing but the other imprint data is from the colophon. The headpiece, caption title, and initial on folio 1 are => printed in red; the initial and headpiece are the only woodcuts in the volume. Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2020-01-16 09:23:06
AMMIRATO, Scipione (1531-1601), Gli opuscoli di Scipione Ammirato. I titoli de quali nell'altra faccia son posti Firenze Giorgio Marescotti In-8vo (mm. 161x105). Pp. [16], 287, [13]. Segnatura: π8 A-S8 T6. Stemma xilografico del dedicatario, Francesco de' Medici, al frontespizio. Marca tipografica e colophon a c. π8r. Frontalini, capilettera e fregi xilografici. Bella legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida, dorso a quattro nervetti con titolo in oro su tassello in marocchino rosso e piccola etichetta con segnatura manoscritta, tagli azzurri, risguardi marmorizzati. Al contropiatto anteriore etichetta con segnatura manoscritta (la stessa del dorso) e bel ex-libris nobiliare inciso "Ex libris Nob. V. Aloysii Cibrarii". Luigi Cibrario(Torino, 1802-Trebiolo, 1870), insigne storiografo sabaudo, fu funzionario nel ministero degli Interni del Regno di Sardegna e nel 1827 pubblicò la sua prima opera storica (Delle storie di Chieri). Dal 1830 fu membro dell'Accademia delle scienze. La sua fama è legata all'opera Della economia politica del Medioevo. Uomo di fiducia di Carlo Alberto durante il periodo delle riforme e senatore dal 21 ottobre del 1848, fu poi nominato ministro delle Finanze e successivamente dell'Istruzione pubblica e degli Esteri durante il governo di Cavour. Diminuito l'impegno politico, tornò a dedicarsi agli studi storici. Macchia d'inchiostro al frontespizio, fioriture marginali su alcune carte, piccolo forellino a c. G8 che comporta la perdita di alcune lettere. Ottima copia fresca e marginosa. RARA PRIMA EDIZIONE. Il volume contiene otto opere, i cui t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-01-16 06:55:05
THOMAS AQUINAS (TOMMASO D'AQUINO TOMMASO SANTO)
1531. [ALTA TEOLOGIA] (cm. 16,2) Solida piena pergamena di poco posteriore, con nervi e tracce di lacci. Antico rinforzo al dorso. - cc.12nn., cc.291 (mal numerate 289) + 1c. bianca. cc.5nn., cc.157 (al verso di c.157, registro e marca tipografica) + 1 c. con dedicatoria + 1c. bianca; cc. 3 nn., cc. 115 +1c. con al verso, marca tipografica, registro e colophon, + 1 c. bianca. Sono 3 parti in un volume, con tre frontis stampati in rosso e nero con ricca bordura decorata e figurata, al centro ritratto di San Tommaso dottore angelico. Veramente bell'edizione, caratteri gotici a 2 colonne con capolettere figurati, di questi 3 celebri commentari stampati dal Jean Crespin, con titoli e paginazione separata. Sono rari a trovarsi tutti e tre assieme, anche Adams possiede solo 2 parti su 3. Il commentario di Jsaiah è datato al colophon 27 marzo 1531 e quello di Jeremiah 11 marzo 1531 anche il Baudrier cita le 3 parti separatamente e possedute divise da diverse biblioteche. Piccolo vecchio restauro all'estremo margine bianco delle prime 6 carte, più evidente al frontis, altrimenti esemplare molto bello nitido e genuino. Al verso dell'ultima carta bianca, una notazione coeva manoscritta. BM.STC. FRENCH non ha questa edizione. *BAUDRIER "bibliographie Lionnaise" VI pp.144-145 CON AMPIA DESCRIZIONE. * ADAMS A 1470 -71 solo 2 parti.
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, IT]
2020-01-14 19:18:18
Nicander.
Ebendort, 1531. (8) 109 S. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke und 2 figürlichen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Moderner Halbpergamentband im Stil der Zeit. Dritte griechische Ausgabe bzw. erste lateinische Ausgabe dieser beiden frühen toxikologischen Werke. "It is probable that this work was published as a companion to Nicander's Greek text but it is rare to find them bound together. The first Latin translation was made by Johann Lonitzer (1499-1569), a philologist and professor at Marburg" (Heirs). - Der aus Kolophon stammende griechische Arzt und Dichter Nicander (bzw. Nikander oder Nikandros) (ca. 197 vor Chr. - ca. 130 vor Chr.) verfasste zahlreiche Werke, von denen jedoch nur noch zwei Lehrgedichte vollständig erhalten sind; die Theriaka mit 958 Versen über giftige Bisse und Stiche z.B. von Schlangen und Skorpionen und die Alexipharmaka mit 630 Versen über giftige Lebensmittel und Gifte aus dem Pflanzen-, Tier- und Mineralreich mit Beschreibungen der entsprechenden Krankheitsbilder und der jeweils richtigen Behandlung. "He is the first writer to mention the medicinal use of leech. a Latin translation apeared at Cologne in 1531" (G/M). - Prägestempel auf Titel. Stellenweise leicht gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. Gegen Ende mit schwachem gelben Fleck am rechten Rand. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - Hirsch/H. IV, 372; VD16 N1417 und N1418; Durling 3340 und 3342; Wellcome I, 4528 und 4529; Heirs of Hippocrates 17 (Ausgabe von 1531); vgl. Garrison-Morton 2069 (erste griechische Ausgabe von 1499) [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
2020-01-12 03:15:41
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Thomas Berthelet, 1531. Condition: Good. Click here to see our other books! Magna Carta Cum Aliis Antiquis Statutis Quorum Catalogum in fine operis reperies None 1531 Thomas Berthelet : London 4" by 2.5" [2], 2-76, 78-150 [or 300], [2]pp SUMMARY A very early Magna Carta in very scarce Royal binding from the Tudor household, with the Tudor rose device to the boards. An Important Work,Early Edition,Fine Binding,Leather Binding,Publishers' Original Binding,Very Scarce Overall Condition: Good This book weighs 0.5 KG when packed Australia Postage: £ Free UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 15.99 EU Postage: £ 13.99 European Postage: £ 14.99 Asia Postage: £ 18.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 19.99 DESCRIPTION Comprising of part I only, which is common for this work. Lacking the title page, which had the colophon dated 1531. In Latin, printed in Black Letter ESTC reference no S101049. This edition of the Magna Carta is a reprint, with additions, of the 1527 Richard Pynson edition. Pynson's 'Magna Carta' was the first printed copy of the Latin text of Magna Carta. It was intended to be a practical handbook for practicing lawyers and legally minded gentlemen. Pynson's edition of the Magna Carta was regarded as a foundational statute of the realm in Tudor England (British Library). Berthelet was Pynson's successor as Henry VIII's printer and binder. This is the first Berthelet edition of the Magna Carta, with his second edition being published in 1540. It is therefore likely that this royal binding was executed by Berthelet. It is believed that Berthlet was Pynson's apprentice and it is possibl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2020-01-11 03:05:34
Fray Jacobo Perez de Valencia
1531. Antique old book. Please see all the photos. Fray Jacobus (Jaime) Pérez de Valencia Spanish Author Year. 1531 4° 8.h. Portada a dos tintas. Pergamino a la romana. Bello ejemplar de esta rara obra de este autor español.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, VE]
2020-01-09 14:12:06
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ont> Thomas Berthelet : London, 1531 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A very early Magna Carta in very scarce Royal binding from the Tudor household, with the Tudor rose device to the boards. Comprising of part I only, which is common for this work. Lacking the title page, which had the colophon dated 1531. In Latin, printed in Black Letter ESTC reference no S101049. This edition of the Magna Carta is a reprint, with additions, of the 1527 Richard Pynson edition. Pynson's 'Magna Carta' was the first printed copy of the Latin text of Magna Carta. It was intended to be a practical handbook for practicing lawyers and legally minded gentlemen. Pynson's edition of the Magna Carta was regarded as a foundational statute of the realm in Tudor England (British Library). Berthelet was Pynson's successor as Henry VIII's printer and binder. This is the first Berthelet edition of the Magna Carta, with his second edition being published in 1540. It is therefore likely that this royal binding was executed by Berthelet. It is believed that Berthlet was Pynson's apprentice and it is possible he had been known as Thomas Bercula previously. With the signatures: A2-8, B-S8, T6. Collated, lacking 3 leaves, A1, T7-8. Leaves are numbered to the recto, with no numbers to the verso as called for. Contemporary annotations to the front free endpaper, to folios 147 recto and 150 verso. Nineteenth century inscription to the verso of front endpaper, 'B H Leeke This belonged to my uncle Stephen Leeke of Chester'. The pages are bright. A uniquely bound copy of the Magna Carta, printed by Henry VIII's printer w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
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