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2018-12-10 00:31:18
CASTIGLIONE, Baldassarre.
(In fine, colophon:) In Firenze, per li heredi di Philippo di Giunta nell'anno M.D.XXXI. del mese di Aprile (1531). in-8, ff. 207 num., 1 n.n. con marca dei Giunti al verso (medesima marca sul titolo), bel carattere corsivo italico. Legatura XVII sec. pieno vitello, filetto oro sui piatti e al dorso a nervi. Terza edizione (prima di Aldo 1528) di uno dei testi più rappresentativi del Rinascimento italiano, che ebbe grande influenza sulle letterature europee per oltre un secolo (vedi Shakespeare, Corneille, Cervantes, ecc.). Narra di un dialogo che si svolge in quattro notti con l'intervento di due interlocutori per tornata. Nel primo libro Cesare Gonzaga è poco più di un coadiutore di Ludovico di Canossa che svolge il tema della nobiltà del cortigiano affrontando anche il problema della lingua. Nel II le facezie del Bibbiena sono una manifestazione comica delle modalità descritte da Federico Fregoso sulle doti del cortigiano; il III è una discussione autentica sulla donna di palazzo tra Giuliano de' Medici e l'antifemminista Gaspare Pallavicino. Nel IV la dottrina platonica dell'amore professata da Bembo appare come la sublimazione dei rapporti tra il cortigiano, la società.e il principe. La presente terza edizione è rarissima. Venne ristampato varie volte nel XVI sec. e tradotto in vatrie lingue. B. Castiglione (Mantova 1478-Toledo 1529) studiò a Milano avendo come maestri i famosi umanisti Giorgio Merula, D.Calcondila e Filippo Beroaldo il Vecchio. La sua vita fu intensissima e assai colta. Ebbe importanti incarichi alle corti dei Gonzaga, dei Montefeltro e dei Medici. Il … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-12-05 17:31:22
Ludvigsen, Karl
Cambridge MA, Bentley Publishers. 4°, insgesamt 1531 S., 742 s/w - Abb., 50 farb. Abb., zahlreiche Illustr. u. Diagramme., OLwd. m OU. in Schuckschuber, Einige Leuchtstiftanstreichungen, sonst tadell. Text engl. 2. Aufl.- Origin of the Species is the latest Porsche heritage book by renowned automotive historian Karl Ludvigsen, author of the award-winning Porsche: Excellence Was Expected and Ferdinand Porsche Genesis of Genius. Within Jerry Seinfeld's renowned Porsche collection resides an unassuming yet extraordinary piece of Porsche history: Porsche Gm nd coupe 356/2-040. Captured exclusively for this book in a series of evocative portraits by acclaimed automotive photographer Michael Furman, 040s unsullied originality conveys with startling immediacy the combination of artistry, innovation and determination that went into its improbable creation. The saga that emerges encompasses mechanical revelations, human drama and the turmoil of world war. Porsche - Origin of the Species will appeal to all car enthusiasts who are eager to know what events really ignited the spark from which all other Porsches evolved 9500 gr. Schlagworte: Automobil [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Zürich, ZH, Switzerland]
2018-11-17 07:58:07
Gregorius Haloander (edited by)
Joannes Petreius. CORPUS JURIS CIVILIS, NOVELLARUM CONSTITUTIONUM DN. JUSTINIANI PRINCIPIS, QUÆ EXTANT, ET UT EXTANT VOLUMEN. TWO PARTS IN ONE. GREEK & LATIN. Gregorius Haloander (edited by) Book Description: Joannes Petreus, Nuremberg, 1531. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 263 Pp. Title and text in Greek and Latin. Description: Folio bound in contemporary vellum, woodcut decorated initials. Dimensions: Folio; 13" x 8 3/4" x 2." Condition: Good; contemporary ink ownership inscription to foot of title, title reference written on base leaf edge, water stained, mostly marginal, but heavier and within text to last few sigs., front gutter broken, strong square spine. This select listing is one among a fine inventory of rare/collectible books, and maps available on my book website. For further information and availability, inquire by message. ***Please feel free to ask questions. Thank you for reading my ad.***. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: lachambredambre [Crockett, California, US]
2018-11-17 07:58:07
Gregorius Haloander (edited by)
Joannes Petreius. CORPUS JURIS CIVILIS, NOVELLARUM CONSTITUTIONUM DN. JUSTINIANI PRINCIPIS, QUÆ EXTANT, ET UT EXTANT VOLUMEN. TWO PARTS IN ONE. GREEK & LATIN. Gregorius Haloander (edited by) Book Description: Joannes Petreus, Nuremberg, 1531. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 263 Pp. Title and text in Greek and Latin. Description: Folio bound in contemporary vellum, woodcut decorated initials. Dimensions: Folio; 13" x 8 3/4" x 2." Condition: Good; contemporary ink ownership inscription to foot of title, title reference written on base leaf edge, water stained, mostly marginal, but heavier and within text to last few sigs., front gutter broken, strong square spine. This select listing is one among a fine inventory of rare/collectible books, and maps available on my book website. For further information and availability, inquire by message. ***Please feel free to ask questions. Thank you for reading my ad.***. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: lachambredambre [Crockett, California, US]
2018-11-13 14:15:49
TRITHEMIUS (Johannes), BRANT (Sebastian)
(1531) VD16, T 1999 ; Adams T 966. Troisième édition de ce catalogue des écrivains ecclésiastiques, paru pour la première fois en 1494, qui constituait l'une des premières entreprises bibliographiques jamais publiée. Jean Trithème, bénédictin d'origine allemande, fut successivement abbé de Saint Martin de Spanheim et de Saint Jacques de Wurtzbourg. Ses œuvres théologiques éclairèrent le début du XVIe siècle et ses avis firent autorité dans maintes affaires ecclésiastiques de son temps. Il peut être considéré comme l'un des premiers historiens de l'Allemagne et même de l'Europe au seuil des temps modernes. Double cachet de bibliothèque de couvent sur la page de titre, ex-libris manuscrits anciens sur la page de garde et la page de titre, petite galerie de vers. Bon exemplaire malgré les petits défauts signalés. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Amateur [Strasbourg, France]
2018-11-03 17:10:22
ALCIATI, Andrea (1492-1550)
Aldus Manutius' heirs [Aldus Manutius' heirs]. The first emblem book printed in Italy 8vo (145x90 mm). 47, [1] leaves. Signatures: A-F8. Italic type. Initial space with printed guide letters at l. 2. With 83 half-page woodcuts of emblems set within linear frames and the Alciati full-page coat-of-arms at l. 46v. Aldine woodcut device on title and repeated on last leaf verso. 18th-century olive green gilt morocco with overlapping edges, gilt title on spine, marbled pastedowns, gilt edges. Some marginal stains. A very good, clean copy. FIRST EDITION of Alciati's second book of emblems, dedicated to Hieronymus Bernardus by Petrus Rhositinus. The Emblematum libellus is the first emblem book printed in Italy and also the most extensively illustrated book issued by the Aldine press since the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili. Alciati's emblem illustrations evolved from the rather rough and simple ones printed in the first 1531 Augsburg edition to become gradually more sophisticated. Even though the Aldine remained the only Alciati edition printed in Italy until the Tozzi edition of 1618, as Mortimer points out, this new series of emblems "is a new collection, different from that popularized by Chrestien Wechel in Paris in 1534, and the new emblems were quickly absorbed into the editions currently printed in France, the Venice blocks freely copied by Pierre Eskrich for Lyons editions by Macé Bonhomme and Guillaume Rouillé beginning in 1548". The diffusion of Alciati's emblem book all over Europe was extraordinary, as is evidenced by the impressive number of editions until the end of the ce … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2018-10-31 19:32:46
Vermanug (Vermanung) an die geistlichen versamlet auff dem Reichstag zu Augsburg Anno 1531 Marti. (Martin) Luther Wittemberg Psalm 2 Et nunc Reges intelligite, Erudimini iudices terrae ... Gedruckt zu Wittemberg durch Joseph Klug M. D. XXXi 1531
Reformationszeit, Bauernkriege, Deutschland, Heiliges Römisches Reich deutscher Nation Gedruckt zu Wittemberg (Wittenberg) durch Joseph Klug M. D. XXXi 1531 1531 SW: Martin Luther Wittenberg Original Originaler Druck Reformationszeit Reformation Reformator Luthertum Bauernkrieg Streitschrift Pamphlet Kampfschrift Spätschrift Spätschriften Luthers Thesen Titel Reformatorische Hauptschriften Vermanung Vermanug an die geistlichen versamlet auff dem Reichstag zu Augsburg Anno 1531 Marti. Martin Luther Wittemberg Psalm 2 Et nunc Reges intelligite, Erudimini iudices terrae Titelholzschnitt bzw. Details Parallellen zu Motiv/en von Lucas Cranach d. Ä. Gedruckt zu Wittemberg durch Joseph Klug M. D. XXXi 1531 Rarität Authentische Ausgabe zu Luthers Lebzeiten in Wittenberg 1531 gedruckt, komplett, authentisch Authentic historic german printing year 1531 from Martin Luther well known german Reformator, printed in Wittenberg by Joseph Klug Woodblock title with decorative motives and ornamentics from its time, complete Broschur "Original! Zeitgenössischer Luther-Druck mit dem Titel ""Vermanug an die geistlichen versamlet auff dem Reichstag zu Augsburg Anno 1531..."" aus dem Jahre 1531, gedruckt von Joseph Klug, Wittenberg. Format ca. 14,5x19cm. 28 Blatt, 56 Seiten. Meisterhafter, von den bekannten Ausgaben von 1530 abweichend ausgeführter Titelholzschnitt mit bemerkenswerter Symbolik, motivreich und überaus dekorativ, tiefschwarzer, deutlicher Abdruck (wie der nachfolgende Frakturtext auch), ohne Monogramm oder Künstlersignum, aber klar von der Hand eines Meisters ausgeführt. Die vollfl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücher-Insel [Germany]
2018-10-30 08:09:34
Valeriano Pierio
Rome Francesco Minizio Calvo 1531. 4° (220x146 mm). Collation: A-D4. [16] leaves. Roman and italic type. Old paperboards. A very good copy, some light marginal foxing and minor stains.Provenance: from the library of Lilio Gregorio Giraldi (1479-1552; his ownership entry initials 'LGG' on the first front flyleaf). Rare first edition of this curious and popular work – one of three issued by Francesco Minizio Calvo in the same year – presented here in a fine volume once belonging to the pre-eminent Ferrarese humanist and poet Lilio Gregorio Giraldi. This copy belongs to the group having the title-page without a woodcut border and with text printed in italic types. Valeriano was a protégé of Clement VII, and the tutor of Ippolito and Alessandro de' Medici. The work was written at the behest of the Pope, who himself had a beard, and opens with two dedicatory epistles, the first from the Roman printer to Andrea Alciati and the second addressed by Valeriano to Cardinal Ippolito de' Medici. "In the dedicatory letter to Cardinal Ippolito de' Medici, Valeriano indicates the occasion of his writing. He speaks of certain unnamed powerful figures [.] who have assailed the ailing pope with criticism of the clerical wearing of beards, a position that they claim was taken by the Council of Carthage and subsequently renewed by Pope Alexander III. In response to the criticisms, Valeriano deploys humanist critical skills to construct historical and philological arguments to support his point" (K. Gouwens, Remembering the Renaissance: Humanist Narratives of the Sack of Rome, Leiden … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-17 18:14:56
CASTIGLIONE Baldassare
Device on title-page and verso of last leaf, italic letter throughout. 8vo (155 x 90mm. ) 107 [=207], [1]ff. 18th-century Italian vellum over paste-board, green morocco label. (Florence: heirs of F. Giunta, April
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2018-10-17 08:48:21
Quintilian
Iodocus Badius February and November, 1531. 2 parts in 1 vol., both parts with title-pages within woodcut borders and with the vignette at the centre, damp-staining and a little mould towards the end of the second part, occasional slight browning, ff. [viii], CXVIII, 48; XXXII, folio, late 18th- or early 19th-century ?Italian black morocco backed boards, red lettering piece on spine, top of spine chipped and corners worn, but a good copy, old signature at head of title crossed out, bookplate dated 1905 of Raffaello Bertieri. With the commentary of Petrus Mosellanus Protegensis (real name Peter Schade) (b. 1493 in Bruttig, d. 19 April 1524 in Leipzig), German humanist scholar. He is best known for the popular work on rhetoric, Tabulae de schematibus et tropis, and his Paedologia. He became professor at the University of Leipzig. Raffaello Bertieri (1875–1941) was a publisher, graphic designer, and type designer from Florence. He would have appreciated the elegance of this production. (not in Adams)
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
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2018-10-17 00:32:20
CASTIGLIONE Baldassare
Device on title-page and verso of last leaf, italic letter throughout. 8vo (155 x 90mm. ) 107 [=207], [1]ff. 18th-century Italian vellum over paste-board, green morocco label. (Florence: heirs of F. Giunta, April The third Giunta edition of Castiglione?s famous courtesy book, and one of two printed in 1531. The other has the imprint of Benedetto Giunta. Provenance: Bookplate of Sigurd & Gudrun Wandel. Sigurd Wandel (1875-1947) was a Danish painter. Some foxing and damp-staining. Pettas, Giunti of Florence, 235. BMSTC (Italian), p.156. CNCE 10061.
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-10-08 13:00:49
Biblia Germanica. ?
Getruckt zuo Zürich, bey Christoffel Froschouer, 1531. Folio. (13) Bl. (statt 14), CCCXLII, CCCXXII Bl. Mit zwei Titelblättern mit figürlichen Rahmen in Rot und Schwarz, 3 Druckermarken und 198 Textholzschnitten. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit ornamentalen Rollstempeln, 2 Metallschliessen, 4 metallenen Eck- und 2 Mittelstücken. + Wichtig: Für unsere Kunden in der EU erfolgt der Versand alle 14 Tage verzollt ab Deutschland / Postbank-Konto in Deutschland vorhanden +, Titelblatt VD 16 B 2690. ? Vischer C 192. ? Rudolphi 193. ? Leemann-van Elck (Bibelsammlung) Nr. 5: "Im Mai 1531 veranstaltete Froschauer die für längere Zeit textlich sowie typographisch und illustrativ bedeutendste Ausgabe in Folio, die eine lange Reihe illustrierter Foliobibeln eröffnet und ein hervorragendes Erzeugnis der Buchdruckerkunst darstellt." Die seltene, reich illustrierte Vollbibel von 1531, mit den Holzschnitten nach Hans Holbein d. J., die ursprünglich für eine Lyoner Bibelausgabe bestimmt waren, hier zum Teil geschnitten von dem Monogrammisten V(eit) S(pecklin). Einige Schnitte werden Hans Asper zugeschrieben, vgl. Leemann-van Elck (Zürch. Buchillustr.), S. 32?34 mit Abb. Dazu kamen die 21 Holzschnitte zur Apokalypse, ebenfalls nach Holbein d. J., vermutlich geschnitten von Hans Lützelburger und Hans Herrmann, von Froschauer nur in dieser Ausgabe verwendet. Die Druckermarken (Heitz Nr. 8 und Nr. 5) sind nach Hans Baldung Grien und Hans Holbein d. J. Der Holzschnitt auf Bl. CCCXXI verso, das Himmlische Jerusalem darstellend, zeigt im Hintergrund die Stadt Luzern. In dieser Zeit le … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Switzerland]
2018-10-06 09:31:35
PROCOPE DE CESAREE (CAESARIENSIS Procopius)
- ex officina Joannis Hervagii, Basilae (Bâle) 1531, in-folio (30x20,5cm), (48) 690 (1bc) 46pp. -2., relié. - Primera edición y la traducción latina del griego original por Cristoforo Persona (1416-1485) y Raffaele Maffei (1455-1522). Muy raro, no pudimos encontrar un solo ejemplar en el catálogo de la Universidad de Harvard Hollis. Carecer de golf en la Nacional de Francia, así como la mayoría de los catálogos extranjeros. La copia de Harvard no contiene 46 páginas de un texto griego (que contiene nuestra copia) se supone que hacer después de esta edición como lo indica el colofón. Ausente en Brunet, que sólo cita la edición traducida al francés de 1587 en París, en Michalon. Encuadernado en piel de oveja marrón por completo, un pastiche flammande siglo XVI vinculante, de vuelta con cuatro nervios y las estrellas frías de la siembra, los platos son un diamante central desde el cual irradian una serie de fotogramas. casquillo de la cola erosionado y muchas obras de gusanos en los platos (a veces grandes), los agujeros de gusano que lleva la tapa. Los agujeros de gusano y galerías en los dos primeros se desliza en un margen bajo y esquina de poca importancia ... Procopio fue un historiador griego de la primera mitad del siglo VI, ocupó varios puestos importantes en Bizancio, secretario de Belisario, prefecto de Bizancio. Sus escritos simbolizan la transición de la literatura griega clásica y la literatura griega bizantina, y están trayendo la historia en una nueva visión. El libro reúne los libros de la guerra, la guerra de los godos, vándalos, persa. Muchos otros textos sig … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-10-04 20:33:11
CRESCENTIIS, Petrus de
An exceedingly rare first edition of Petrus Crescentiis's history of agriculture. Crescentiis (or Crescenzi) was a 13th-century horticulturist known for his famous writings on agriculture. 'Ruralia Commoda' was written between 1304-09 and would become the first printed text on agriculture in 1471. It would see nearly 60 editions throughout the next century. (Anderson) Henry Probasco's "Catalogue" states that, "This volume also contains the following: Die acht Bucher des hochberumpten Aurelii Cornelii Celsi vo beyderley Medicine, Newlich jetzo verdeutscht durch Rhussner. Meyntz, Schoffer, 1531." Printed in folio, this incredible work is filled with woodcuts depicting gardeners planting vegetables and other plants, astronomers researching the skies, various plants, seeds, berries, and flowers, proper care and watering techniques, and a few bizarre illustrations of 'man-plants'. According to the British Museum Catalogue, this work was edited and translated in 1511 but did not see print until this first edition in 1531. This edition was printed in Strasbourg by Johannes Knoblouch, a German printer known for printing sermons, theological works, and important writings of Erasmus and Luther in the first half of the 16th-century. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-04 07:15:34
2018-10-04 06:27:31
PALINGENIUS Marcellus
Lugduni (Lyon): apud Ioannem Tornaesium typogr, Regium. New edition after the original from 1531. Brunet IV, 317. Caillet, 7096. Title page in a frame engraved. Vellum full time flexible flap. Title (author) with black pen. Some annotation in red pen on the front page next to the title on the history of the book. Copy cropped short on some pages, including the index. Collection consists of 12 poems Latin liberal arts, human existence and happiness, each corresponding to a zodiac sign. Because of the criticisms the book contains the church and the pope, the 1531 edition was banned and the Inquisition kept a watchful eye on the activities of Palingenius, until he should be sentenced to the stake. The 11th book aims to astronomy, and 12 sets out a theory of light which will be partially followed by Giordano Bruno. Marcellus Palingenius is an anagram for Pietro Angelo Manzolli. Bookplate Mathieu Varille Lyonnais. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!
Bookseller: Paris Rare Books and Manuscripts [France, FR]
2018-10-04 05:33:25
CRESCENTIIS, Petrus de
[Strassbourg] : New getruckt durch Hanßen Knoblouch den Jungen, 1531. 1531 1st ed Petrus Crescentiis Agriculture HERBAL Illustrated Woodcuts Botany An exceedingly rare first edition of Petrus Crescentiis’s history of agriculture. Crescentiis (or Crescenzi) was a 13th-century horticulturist known for his famous writings on agriculture. ‘Ruralia Commoda’ was written between 1304-09 and would become the first printed text on agriculture in 1471. It would see nearly 60 editions throughout the next century. (Anderson) Henry Probasco’s “Catalogue” states that, “This volume also contains the following: Die acht Bucher des hochberumpten Aurelii Cornelii Celsi vo beyderley Medicine, Newlich jetzo verdeutscht durch Rhussner. Meyntz, Schoffer, 1531.” Printed in folio, this incredible work is filled with woodcuts depicting gardeners planting vegetables and other plants, astronomers researching the skies, various plants, seeds, berries, and flowers, proper care and watering techniques, and a few bizarre illustrations of ‘man-plants’. According to the British Museum Catalogue, this work was edited and translated in 1511 but did not see print until this first edition in 1531. This edition was printed in Strasbourg by Johannes Knoblouch, a German printer known for printing sermons, theological works, and important writings of Erasmus and Luther in the first half of the 16th-century. Item number: #1312 Price: $2,500 CRESCENTIIS, Petrus de Petrus de Crescentiis vom Ackerbaw, Erdtwucher, und Bawleute. Von Natur, art, gebrauch und nutzbarkeit aller gewechsz, Fruchten, Thyeren . Inhalt XII. Buc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-10-03 07:09:09
Gregorius Haloander (edited by)
Joannes Petreius. CORPUS JURIS CIVILIS, NOVELLARUM CONSTITUTIONUM DN. JUSTINIANI PRINCIPIS, QUÆ EXTANT, ET UT EXTANT VOLUMEN. TWO PARTS IN ONE. GREEK & LATIN. Gregorius Haloander (edited by) Book Description: Joannes Petreus, Nuremberg, 1531. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 263 Pp. Title and text in Greek and Latin. Description: Folio bound in contemporary vellum, woodcut decorated initials. Dimensions: Folio; 13" x 8 3/4" x 2." Condition: Good; contemporary ink ownership inscription to foot of title, title reference written on base leaf edge, water stained, mostly marginal, but heavier and within text to last few sigs., front gutter broken, strong square spine. This select listing is one among a fine inventory of rare/collectible books, and maps available on my book website. For further information and availability, inquire by message. ***Please feel free to ask questions. Thank you for reading my ad.***. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: lachambredambre [Crockett, California, US]
2018-09-20 13:28:41
Lyon reform 1531 Hermani Bodii Unio dissidentium updated index protestant bible The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. UNiO dissidentium in his 1531 Lyonnaise impression In this sour book Hermani Bodius gathers the holy texts that laicists dissent of the reform and Protestant theology. This was the last Lyon impression of Pierre de Vingle, who went into exile as a result of this indiscretion, to Geneva. Indeed this heretical book had been forbidden by the sorbonne from 2 March 1531 2 months before its publication Lyonnaise. So often sellers on ebay call their books of rare ;)), here a real curiosity, important witness of the great commitment of the Lyon printers in the dissemination of Calvinists, absent from the BN ideologies. Be sure to visit my store beautiful old books and books of chance a small click here! Author : (Compiler) Hermann Bodius Titre : Unio Hermani bodii in unum corpus redacta Place, Publisher, date : To the colophon lugduni Petrum Vingeurs Anno MDCXXXI VIII eid Maij Lyon Pierre Vingle completed may 8, 1531. Format : In 8 Snack : 2 white sheets, 15 sheets, 1 sheet white, 224 pages, the back of the 224 white. Full Binding : the time binding, full soft vellum, seams of the time on nerves (of real nerves) traces of shoelaces, cover of a Gothic slip on two columns post incunabulum to study St Paul St Mathieu are mentioned. condition : In its own juice, no restoration, if the copy is important traces of old waterstaining on the title and the 15 index (sound, stabilized and with … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL (abigalivre) [Rhone Alpe , FR]
2018-09-06 05:57:36
DANTE
Sessa, Venezia, 1531. In 8?(mm 153 x 95); ) Segnatura: +8,A-Q8. Carte [8], 112. Carattere corsivo. Capolettera parlante entro vignetta silografica. Al frontespizio titolo su sette righe inserito entro bordura con grottesche e gatto a piede di pagina, classica impresa dei Sessa, ripetuta in fine al volume. Alcuni tratti manoscritti in inchiostro marrone, concisi marginalia al verso della carta G6 e al recto della carta G7. Al contropiatto anteriore etichetta della Libreria Mediolanum ed ex libris 'Paolo Cagnaninchi'Elegante piena pelle in vitello verde del XX secolo, titolo in oro al dorso, tagli a spruzzo rossi, sguardie marezzate. Quarta edizione del Convivio, e ultima delle tre edizioni cinquecentesche, non comune; edizione di Crusca. Il progetto iniziale del poeta era di redarre quindici trattati, ma egli si fermÚ alquarto commentandole sole tre canzoni "Voi che 'ntendendo il terzo ciel movete"," Amor che ne la mente mi ragiona" e "Le dolci rime d'amor ch'io solÏa"; si pensa che avesse gi? in mente lo schema di un'opera superiore, la "Commedia". L'opera, che aveva riscosso un notevole successo proprio tra il secondo ed il terzo decennio del Cinquecento, non sar? pi? pubblicata, dopo questa edizione sessiana del 1531, fino al 1723. In luogo del consueto ritratto, il frontespizio Ë inquadrato all'interno della cornice silofigrafica in uso presso il Sessa. La lezione del testo Ë, al contrario, identica a quella della precedente edizione.Simbolicamente l'opera rappresenta una mensa (convivio), che offre ai partecipanti (ovvero a coloro che hanno desiderio di sapere e conosce … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2018-08-31 12:06:09
Hieronymus Rodler
Published by Hieronymus Rodler, Siemeren [SimmernGermany], 1531. , unpaginated, signatures aii-hiiii, 52 of 57 black, white and red engravings and diagrams (many full page). This early work of printing was a simplification of Durer's "Underweysung der Messung mit dem Zirckel und Richtscheyt" produced in the private press of Duke John II of Simmern. In German. First Edition , missing title page, p20/21 (Biii), p78/79 (Giii) and p80/81 (Giiii) and accompanying engravings, some dampstaining to leaves and wear to edges, first four leaves detached, animal damage from Diiii to final leaf with small losses to edges of engravings and text (particularly from Gvi onwards), poor condition , printed paper lacking binding , in sixes, 29 cm x 20 cm Paperback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Keoghs Books [Stroud, United Kingdom]
2018-08-22 02:05:02
Johannes Trithemius
Collogne: Please view item description for details. 1531 Catalogus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Johannes Trithemius Catalog Catalogus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum (Catalog of Ecclesiastical Writers) - In Latin language. By Johannes Trithemius Cologne, Peter Quentell, 1531. *** This is an index of Christian Latin authors, in alphabetical order, each entry supplying brief biographical details and a list of the author's writings. It is still an important reference tool for information about the many medieval German authors it lists. *** Size: 206 mm x 158 mm Pp.: /18/ + 184 leaves. *** Binding: Original vellum binding detached from the textblock and very damaged, with four holes on the panels and spine. Condition: Signs of ageing, wear and usage. Wormholes on most pages. Integrity of the text preserved. *** For condition and details see the scans. For any additional questions feel free to contact us, we are eager to respond to all of your questions! *** Shipping Shipping method:All books are shipped via registered priority airmail. In other words, you will receive a tracking number with whom you can trace the book's location at any given time. In case you want another carrier like UPS, DHL or other, please notify before payment.All books will be shipped in a reinforced package to avoid damage to during their voyage. Combined Shipping:It is possible to combine purchases. Since we don't charge shipping for books, you don't need to make request a separate invoice.Please note: If you have ordered more than one item from a different category, please wait for the combined shipping inv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sigedon Ars Memoriae (sigedon) [Belgrade, CustomCode]
2018-08-12 08:47:26
PROCOPIUS CAESARIENSIS.
Basilae, Ex Officina Ioannis Heruagii, Mense Septembri Anno 1531. In folio (cm. 29,3x20), pp. (44)-690-2 bb.-46 (ma: 50)-(2), car. rom. e gr., iniz. xilogr., marca tipogr. al front. e in fine (colonna sormontata da un busto con 3 teste: Mercurio che tiene un caduceo), mediocre leg. cart. edit. senza dorso, piatti staccati ricoperti con carta color verde. Ex libris. Mancano le carte iniz. a2 e a3. Estesa gora al front. e in molte altre carte, fioriture e qq. pagina brunita. Il nome del tipografo antic. cancellato dovunque con inchiostro. Adams, P-2149. L' opera, a cura di Beathus Rhenanus, contiene all' inizio un esteso indice (pp. 42). Il volume contiene anche opere di Agathias Scholasticus, Leonardo Bruni, Iordanes, Konrad Peutinger, Sidonius Apollinaris (santo) e in fine il "Liber de Aedificiis Iustiniani Augusti" (in greco). Ediz. orig. e prima traduzione latina dal greco di Cristoforo Persona (1416-1485) e Raffaele da Volterra (1451-1522).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-07-26 05:53:13
Sallustius Crispus Sallust Sallustio
Marchio Sessa. Small 8vo, Two works bound in one vol., Dated in 1560 and 1531.(8), 128, 135, pp, Bound in full early vellum, spine with red morocco label and 4 raised bands, red edges, some stains and pale yellowish dampstain being accentuated at the end of the volume. New edition, reproducing that given by Alde into 1557. GRAESSE VI1, 239. Brunet V-85. SALLUSTIO Historico eloquentissimo con alcune altre belle cose, di Latino nella volgar lingua per Agostino Ortica della porta Genovese tradotto. Novamente revisto e stampato. Venice; Marchio Sessa , 1531 The first ed was printed ZORZI DI RUSCONI MILANESE, 23 APRILE 1518 136, pp, with printed device on colophon. Very rare book of Salustio's translation for Ortica one of the third translations printed in Venice for Melchor Sessa in 1531. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Chaco 4ever Books [CABA, CABA, Argentina]
2018-07-22 14:58:00
Tomeo Niccolo Leonico Leonicus THOMAEUS
giunta, venezia. edizione originale, stampata da Giunta nel mese di gennaio; la seconda dello stesso anno è infatti di agosto per Froben. In-8° cc. (16), 205, 1cb legatura in piena pergamena con dorso parzialmente usurato. Studioso di greco e professore di filosofia Leonicus (1456-1531) fu scrittore molto prolifico; nei tre libri di questa raccolta gli argomenti spaziano dalla storia antica, alla mitologia, alla religione, allo sport, agli usi e costumi dei popoli antichi. Graesse IV, 166 Renouard XXVIII, 104 Camerini I, 339.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2018-07-22 14:57:57
Tomeo Niccolo Leonico Leonicus THOMAEUS
edizione originale, stampata da Giunta nel mese di gennaio; la seconda dello stesso anno è infatti di agosto per Froben. In-8° cc. (16), 205, 1cb legatura in piena pergamena con dorso parzialmente usurato. Studioso di greco e professore di filosofia Leonicus (1456-1531) fu scrittore molto prolifico; nei tre libri di questa raccolta gli argomenti spaziano dalla storia antica, alla mitologia, alla religione, allo sport, agli usi e costumi dei popoli antichi. Graesse IV, 166 Renouard XXVIII, 104 Camerini I, 339.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [Italy]
2018-07-09 17:08:31
Dante Alighieri
1531. Dante Alighieri. L’ Amoroso Convivio di Dante, con la additione, et molti suoi notandi, accuratamente revisto et emendato. Impressa in Vinegia per Marchio Sessa, MDXXXI. Small (11 .5x 8.5 cm) octavo [8], 112 leaves. Collation: +,A-O. Title within elaborate historiated woodcut border; Sessa’s cat device on verso of last leaf. 19th-century brown morocco, inner dentelles, all edges gilt; slightly rubbed at tips and edges, some wear at joints, very minor soiling and foxing, generally fresh and sound. Two pages have old light-brown inked marginal notes, partly trimmed off in 19th century rebinding. That rebinding left adequate margins. (See photos.) (Gamba 419; Adams D119). Many more photos available on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: South Willington Book Cartel [WILLINGTON, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-07-09 07:13:44
ERASME DE ROTTERDAM.
Parissiis (Paris) in via Iacobaea, apud Ludouicum Cyaneu (Louis Cyaneus) sub duobus Gallis (Rue Saint-Jacques aux Deux Cochets), & Ionnem Roigninum (Jean Roigny) sub Basilisco, 1531, 1 volume in-12 de 170x105 mm environ, 8ff. (epistola nuncupatoria), 746 pages, 17 ff. (index), pleine reliure brune d'époque, avec décor en creux sur les plats, dos à 5 nerfs. Quelques galeries de ver sur la restauration ancienne du dos, rares rousseurs, petite mouillure claire dans la marge sur les pages de la préface, quelques erreurs de pagination courantes à cette époque, mais l'ouvrage est bien complet. Il s'agit d'une collection d'Apophtegmes de l'Antiquité classique de Plutarque, traduite par Erasme, qui répètent les idées de Socrate, Alexandre Le Grand, Platon...Une des premières impressions parisiennes de ce texte, publiée par Louis Cyaneus, dit Blaublom ou dit Cyaneus, originaire de Gand ("Un des meilleurs imprimeurs parisiens de la Renaissance", Livres francais du quinzième et seizieme siècles, Catalogue 49, Pierre Bérès, Paris VIII) en collaboration avec Jean Roigny. Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène [France, Lyon]
2018-07-06 19:45:50
Danse Macabre / Totentanz
( vers de Nicolas le Rouge Troyes 1531 ) Fragment Bl. Z. Tl. Hinterlegt 44 p. (von 74 p.) S. Pergament geb. 8° La grande danse macabre 1700 ( 1531 ) mit 39 (v. 60) Orig. Holzschnitten + 3 S. Text / planches cont. L ` eveque & L ` ecuyer / L ` abbe & le Bailly / l ` Astrologue (sic.) & le Bourgeois / le Chanoine & le Marchant / Le Maitre d ` Ecole & L ` homme d ` Arme / le Chartreux & le Sergent / le Moine & L ` usurier / le Medicin & l ` amoureux / L ` avocat & le Menestrel / / le Cure & le Laboureur / Le Promoteur & Le Geolier / le Cordelier & l ` enfant / Le Pelerin & Le Berger / le Clerc & le Hermite 7 Le Aventurier & Le Sot / Roy mort & l auteur ( lecteur ) / Le Premier Mort & Le Trois Vifs / L ^Auteur & 3 grav. / 4 mort musicienne / Le Reine & La Duchesse / La Regente & La femme de Chevalier / L ` Abesse & La Femme d ` Ecuyer / La Bergere & L ^Impotente / La Marchande & La Bailire / La jeune Epousee & La Mignone / La vierge Pucelle & La Theologienne / La nouvelle Mariee & La Femme Grasse / La vieille Damoiselle & La cordeliere ou Devote / La Chambriere & La Recommanderesse / La Femme d ` Accueil & La Nourrice / La Prieure & La Demoiselle / La femme de Village & La Vieille Chambriere Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Johann Peter Hebel Antiquariat [Germany]
2018-07-05 06:27:14
PARTHENIUS NICAENSIS. - [EDITIO PRINCEPS OF PARTHENIUS' ONLY SURVIVING WORK]
Basel, in Officina Frobeniana (Per Hieronymum Frobenium, & Nicolaum Episcopium), 1531. Small 8vo. Bound in a lovely, charming early 19th century red half calf with gilt title and lines to spine and lovely gold and red ornamented "romantic" paper over boards. A bit of wear to spine. Internally a very fine and clean copy. Title-page slightly soiled, and a vague marginal dampstain throughout, on most leaves barely visible. Froben printer's device to title-page, and in a larger version to verso of last leaf. Four large woodcut initials. 76, (44) pp. ¶ The extremely scarce first printing, of both the original Greek text and the translation into Latin, of Parthenius's only surviving work, the historiographically, mythographically, and literarily hugely important "Erotica Pathemeta" (or "Sorrows of Love"), which constitutes the only prose work by a Hellenistic poet to survive in its entirety and one of the few extant works of its genre, i.e the mythological or paradoxographical handbook, preserved from any period. The "Erotica Pathemata" constitutes the only surviving work by the famous Greek poet Parthenius of Nicea (fl. 1st century BC, Rome), the Greek teacher of Virgil, and the favourite author of Hadrian and Tiberius, who is now often referred to as "the last of the Alexandrians".Parthenius was Born in Nicaea in Asia Minor, He was captured in the third Mithradatic war and taken to Italy, where he became the Roman poet Virgil's teacher in Greek. He is considered a main influence on the "Neoteroi" - the group of "modernist poets" led primarily by Callimachus, and he played an im … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-07-03 06:29:17
PROCOPIUS CAESARIENSIS.
Basilae, Ex Officina Ioannis Heruagii, Mense Septembri Anno 1531. In folio (cm. 29,3x20), pp. (44)-690-2 bb.-46 (ma: 50)-(2), car. rom. e gr., iniz. xilogr., marca tipogr. al front. e in fine (colonna sormontata da un busto con 3 teste: Mercurio che tiene un caduceo), mediocre leg. cart. edit. senza dorso, piatti staccati ricoperti con carta color verde. Ex libris. Mancano le carte iniz. a2 e a3. Estesa gora al front. e in molte altre carte, fioriture e qq. pagina brunita. Il nome del tipografo antic. cancellato dovunque con inchiostro. Adams, P-2149. L' opera, a cura di Beathus Rhenanus, contiene all' inizio un esteso indice (pp. 42). Il volume contiene anche opere di Agathias Scholasticus, Leonardo Bruni, Iordanes, Konrad Peutinger, Sidonius Apollinaris (santo) e in fine il "Liber de Aedificiis Iustiniani Augusti" (in greco). Ediz. orig. e prima traduzione latina dal greco di Cristoforo Persona (1416-1485) e Raffaele da Volterra (1451-1522).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-06-29 08:13:46
DIODORUS, SICULUS. (+) DIONYSIUS HALICARNASSUS (HALLICARNASSEUS HALICARNASSENSIS).
Basel, Heinrich Petri, 1531. (And) Basel, In Officina Frobeniana, 1532. Folio. Bound in one contemp. full blindstamped limp vellum. Raised bands. Ms title on spine. Remains of ties. Some wear to edges and corners. Some worming at beginning and some wormtracts. (24),363 (wrongly paginated 374),(1) pp. Printers large wood-cut device at last leaf verso. Many fine wood-cut initials throughout (Holbein ?). <br>Dionysius Halicarnusses: (8),539,(68) pp. Some worming at end. With 4 large Froben printers woodcut devices. Some leaves with faint dampstain to lower margin. Both works internally in general clean. ¶ Early Diodorus-edition, printed by the famous Basel printer Henricus Petrus (1508-1579), best known as the printer of Sebastian Münster's "Cosmographia". - VD 16. D 1827. - BM (German Books): 1306. m. 3. (I)<br><br>DIONYSIUS: Scarce first Froben-edition. VD 16, D 1970. - Adams D 629.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2018-06-28 22:07:01
IOVIUS, PAULUS - PAOLO GIOVIO - JOVIO. - [GIOVIO'S FIRST WORK]
Basiliae (Basel), Froben, August 1531. Small 8vo. Very nice later (ab. 1700) full brown morocco, probably Italian, with gilt borders to boards, back richly gilt. Old library-label to lower back, scratch to front-board, white chalk-like staining to back-board. Internally a bit of brownspotting, but overall good condition. Contemporary marginal notes to three pp. Woodcut printer's device to t-p. and last leaf, a few woodcut initials. 144, (6) pp., 1 f. w. printer's device. With the ex-libris of Jeffrey Norton. ¶ Very rare Froben-edition of the first work by the Renaissance-historian Paolo Giovio. All early editions of this work are very rare.Giovio was a gifted philosopher, medic and historian. He was born in 1483 in Come (Lombard) and was as controversial a person as he was an author. He died in 1552 in Florence, and this particular edition is thus printed in his lifetime. Three other editions appeared in his lifetime, all printed in Rome, in 1524, 1527, 1528, but the 1531-edition is the only one by as prominent a printer as Froben.Giovio was very strategic and succeeded in connecting himself with the Medici-family, especially Giulio Medici, who was later elected Pope (Clement VIII); when he became Pope, Giovio was assigned chambers in the Vatican and in 1528 he was announced Bishop of Nocera. Giovio wrote historical and biographical works and essays; these works are said not to be taken as authorities, but in their entirety and with proper reservation they do have real value, especially because he gives a rich and lively picture of Italy in his own time. He gives indispensa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-16 07:10:00
PROCOPIUS CAESARIENSIS.
una cum alijs mediorum temporum historicis, quorum catalogum sequens indicabit pagina. His omnibus accessit rerum copiosissimus index. Basilae, Ex Officina Ioannis Heruagii, Mense Septembri Anno 1531. In folio (cm. 29,3x20), pp. (44)-690-2 bb.-46 (ma: 50)-(2), car. rom. e gr., iniz. xilogr., marca tipogr. al front. e in fine (colonna sormontata da un busto con 3 teste: Mercurio che tiene un caduceo), mediocre leg. cart. edit. senza dorso, piatti staccati ricoperti con carta color verde. Ex libris. Mancano le carte iniz. a2 e a3. Estesa gora al front. e in molte altre carte, fioriture e qq. pagina brunita. Il nome del tipografo antic. cancellato dovunque con inchiostro. Adams, P-2149. L' opera, a cura di Beathus Rhenanus, contiene all' inizio un esteso indice (pp. 42). Il volume contiene anche opere di Agathias Scholasticus, Leonardo Bruni, Iordanes, Konrad Peutinger, Sidonius Apollinaris (santo) e in fine il "Liber de Aedificiis Iustiniani Augusti" (in greco). Ediz. orig. e prima traduzione latina dal greco di Cristoforo Persona (1416-1485) e Raffaele da Volterra (1451-1522). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2018-06-16 06:31:11
Luther, Martin.
[colophon: Nickel Schirlentz], 1531. First edition, second issue (i.e., gathering B reset) of Luther's slashing response to an ultimatum from Emperor Charles V to the Lutheran princes and cities that they return within six months to the pre-Reformation status quo. This was delivered at the closing of the 1530 Augsburg Reichstag, and it contains some of his strongest polemic, so strong that Elector Johann disapproved of it. The title-page has a fine four-compartment woodcut border depicting Salome bearing the head of John the Baptist in one side panel, the beheading in the other, a banqueting scene along the top, and a processional at the bottom. All figures are in Renaissance garb. The woodcuts are attributed to the Cranach school. The text is in Gothic letter with two large initial letters printed in reverse (i.e, letters are white, background is black), and => this copy has early marginalia in German on eight pages. 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.]
2018-06-15 21:46:02
PROCOPIUS CAESARIENSIS.
Basilae, Ex Officina Ioannis Heruagii, Mense Septembri Anno 1531. In folio (cm. 29,3x20), pp. (44)-690-2 bb.-46 (ma: 50)-(2), car. rom. e gr., iniz. xilogr., marca tipogr. al front. e in fine (colonna sormontata da un busto con 3 teste: Mercurio che tiene un caduceo), mediocre leg. cart. edit. senza dorso, piatti staccati ricoperti con carta color verde. Ex libris. Mancano le carte iniz. a2 e a3. Estesa gora al front. e in molte altre carte, fioriture e qq. pagina brunita. Il nome del tipografo antic. cancellato dovunque con inchiostro. Adams, P-2149. L' opera, a cura di Beathus Rhenanus, contiene all' inizio un esteso indice (pp. 42). Il volume contiene anche opere di Agathias Scholasticus, Leonardo Bruni, Iordanes, Konrad Peutinger, Sidonius Apollinaris (santo) e in fine il "Liber de Aedificiis Iustiniani Augusti" (in greco). Ediz. orig. e prima traduzione latina dal greco di Cristoforo Persona (1416-1485) e Raffaele da Volterra (1451-1522).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-06-04 15:57:00
Ursinus Velius, Caspar.
Augsburg, Alexander Weissenhorn, [Dezember] 1531-1532. 4to. 10 Bll.nnum. Mit Metallschnitt-Titelbordüre nach Hans Holbein. Moderner Halbpergamentband. Seltene erste Ausgabe dieser »Klage Österreichs«, eines neulateinischen Gedichts über die Bedrohung Ungarns und Österreichs durch die Türken. Ursinus Velius (1493-1539) stammte aus Schweidnitz und wurde nach Studien in Krakau und Leipzig 1510 Sekretär des Bischofs von Gurk, Matthäus Lang; 1517 wurde ihm von Kaiser Maximilian der Dichterlorbeer verliehen. Auf seinen zahlreichen Reisen schloss er u.A. Bekanntschaft mit Erasmus und Zasius, bevor er sich in Wien niederliess. 1527 hielt er die Festrede zur Krönung Ferdinands I. zum König von Ungarn in Stuhlweissenburg und wurde dessen Hofhistoriograph. Das vorliegende Gedicht, entstanden ca. 1530 auf Reisen zwischen Speyer und Wien, liess er von Conrad Peutinger und Beatus Rhenanus begutachten und übergab es auf der Durchreise in Augsburg dem Drucker. In seiner Dezember 1531 datierten Vorrede widmete er es dem Probst zu Olmütz, Wenzel von Wilhartitz. (vgl. Bauch, Caspar Ursinus Velius S. 65 ff.). Den Schluss bilden Lobgedichte auf Wilhartitz und Peutinger sowie ein weiteres von Gerhard Geldenhauer. Die Titeleinfassung mit der Darstellung der Legende des Mucius Scaevola ist verzeichnet und abgebildet bei Eiden/Müller (TE 2), sie ist ein seitenverkehrter und vergrösserter Nachschnitt einer Oktav-Bordüre von Hans Holbein von 1523 (Holbein Kat. Nr. 395). - Nummer am oberen Titelrand, schönes Exemplar. - Rare first edition of this neolatin poem on the threat to Austria and Hungary thro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat [Stuttgart, Germany]
2018-06-04 15:56:51
Luther, Martin.
Wittenberg, Hans Lufft 1531, 4to. 32 Bll.nnum. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre von Georg Lemberger und einer Initiale. Moderner Halblederband (berieben, Gebrauchssspuren). Erste Ausgabe. »Libell gegen die papistischen »Bluthunde«, das zu den heftigsten ihres Verfassers gehört« (Grisar II, 367). Die bedeutendste Aussage Luthers in dieser Schrift ist, daß Widerstand gegen den Kaiser zwar nicht allgemein erlaubt, aber in diesem besonderen Falle zulässig, ja notwendig sei, wenn dieser die Fürsten zwingen wolle, selbst ihre Untertanen um des Evangeliums willen anzugreifen, gefangenzunehmen, zu töten oder zu verjagen. Bezüglich der Priorität der beiden ersten Druckvarianten A I und A II tritt J. Luther (in: Zentralbl. f. Bibl. XXVII, 1910, p. 258 ff.) der in der WA geäußerten Ansicht Brenners entgegen und erklärt A II für den Urdruck. Die meisten Exemplare sind, wie das vorliegende, laut WA Mischexemplare. Die schöne Lemberger-Bordüre, abgebildet bei Joh. Luther Taf. 34, zeigt ein Portal mit Engeln, von denen die beiden seitlichen getragen werden (Röttinger, Lemberger 5 u. 14); sie wurde von 1523-1542 verwendet. - Titel mit Nummer und Eintragung, vereinzelt etwas gebräunt und fleckig, die letzten Lagen mit kleineren Wurmspuren im Falz, sonst gut erhalten. - Slightly stained in places, the last quires with minimal worming to joints, generally in good condition. - VD16, L-7336 & 7337; Benzing 2908 & 2909; WA 30, 3. 265 A I & II; Laube, Flugschriften vom Bauernkrieg zum Täuferreich I, 557. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat [Stuttgart, Germany]
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2018-05-19 19:36:34
Aristoteles
Basel, Bebel, 1531. Fol. M. Holzschn.-Druckermarke a. Tit. u. 1 Holzschn.-Diagramm. 5 (st. 8) Bl., 330 (st. 335 + 1) Bl. Mod. Hldrbd. m. Rsch. (irrig Venedig 1531). Einbd. bestoßen. Schnitt gemustert. Titel m. Kritzeleien von alter Hd. Durchg. (am Ende sehr stark) wurmspurig, teils m. Textverl. Gebräunt, teils braunfl. Es fehlen 3 Bl. des Vorwortes u. die letzten 6 Bl. Adams A 1730. VD16 A 3279. - Nicht ganz kompletter Einzelband der seltenen zweiten griech. Ausgabe. Von S. Grynaeus bearbeitet und von Erasmus von Rotterdam mit einem Vorwort (hier nicht komplett vorliegend). [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Zentralantiquariat Leipzig GmbH [Germany]
2018-05-11 06:28:20
Dante [Alighieri]
Marchio Sessa, 1531. Rare and important edition, and only the fourth printing of Dante's 'Convivio'. This edition used by academics and especially by Salvini With a beautifully engraved titlepage featuring an illustrated and regal border depicting nymphs and animals amidst climbing vines, initial 7-line capital letter handsomely engraved, colophon leaf engraved. Small octavo, in an antique binding of soft vellum, probably of the 19th century, the spine with gilt decorations all over and the title and author printed in gilt. [xvi], 112 leaves A clean, fresh and well preserved copy of this scarce work, very little spotting, crisp and unpressed and unwashed. RARE AND IMPORTANT EDITION. All 16th century editions of the work are extremely elusive. Dante's CONVIVIO, or Banquet, is an unfinished philosophical work by the great Italian poet. It was planned as a series of 14 treatises, each in the form of a prose commentary on one of Dante's own CANZONI. The four completed treatises, written between 1304 and 1308, draw on numerous philosophical sources but most heavily on Aristotle. It is the first work of Dante to explore certain doctrines and meditations, politics and the political society and moral man.
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. [US]
2018-05-09 09:41:48
PROCOPIUS CAESARIENSIS.
Basilae, Ex Officina Ioannis Heruagii, Mense Septembri Anno 1531. In folio (cm. 29,3x20), pp. (44)-690-2 bb.-46 (ma: 50)-(2), car. rom. e gr., iniz. xilogr., marca tipogr. al front. e in fine (colonna sormontata da un busto con 3 teste: Mercurio che tiene un caduceo), mediocre leg. cart. edit. senza dorso, piatti staccati ricoperti con carta color verde. Ex libris. Mancano le carte iniz. a2 e a3. Estesa gora al front. e in molte altre carte, fioriture e qq. pagina brunita. Il nome del tipografo antic. cancellato dovunque con inchiostro. Adams, P-2149. L' opera, a cura di Beathus Rhenanus, contiene all' inizio un esteso indice (pp. 42). Il volume contiene anche opere di Agathias Scholasticus, Leonardo Bruni, Iordanes, Konrad Peutinger, Sidonius Apollinaris (santo) e in fine il "Liber de Aedificiis Iustiniani Augusti" (in greco). Ediz. orig. e prima traduzione latina dal greco di Cristoforo Persona (1416-1485) e Raffaele da Volterra (1451-1522).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-03 08:10:51
PROCOPIUS CAESARIENSIS.
Basilae, Ex Officina Ioannis Heruagii, Mense Septembri Anno 1531. In folio (cm. 29,3x20), pp. (44)-690-2 bb.-46 (ma: 50)-(2), car. rom. e gr., iniz. xilogr., marca tipogr. al front. e in fine (colonna sormontata da un busto con 3 teste: Mercurio che tiene un caduceo), mediocre leg. cart. edit. senza dorso, piatti staccati ricoperti con carta color verde. Ex libris. Mancano le carte iniz. a2 e a3. Estesa gora al front. e in molte altre carte, fioriture e qq. pagina brunita. Il nome del tipografo antic. cancellato dovunque con inchiostro. Adams, P-2149. L' opera, a cura di Beathus Rhenanus, contiene all' inizio un esteso indice (pp. 42). Il volume contiene anche opere di Agathias Scholasticus, Leonardo Bruni, Iordanes, Konrad Peutinger, Sidonius Apollinaris (santo) e in fine il "Liber de Aedificiis Iustiniani Augusti" (in greco). Ediz. orig. e prima traduzione latina dal greco di Cristoforo Persona (1416-1485) e Raffaele da Volterra (1451-1522).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-03 08:10:51
PROCOPIUS CAESARIENSIS.
Basilae, Ex Officina Ioannis Heruagii, Mense Septembri Anno 1531. In folio (cm. 29,3x20), pp. (44)-690-2 bb.-46 (ma: 50)-(2), car. rom. e gr., iniz. xilogr., marca tipogr. al front. e in fine (colonna sormontata da un busto con 3 teste: Mercurio che tiene un caduceo), mediocre leg. cart. edit. senza dorso, piatti staccati ricoperti con carta color verde. Ex libris. Mancano le carte iniz. a2 e a3. Estesa gora al front. e in molte altre carte, fioriture e qq. pagina brunita. Il nome del tipografo antic. cancellato dovunque con inchiostro. Adams, P-2149. L' opera, a cura di Beathus Rhenanus, contiene all' inizio un esteso indice (pp. 42). Il volume contiene anche opere di Agathias Scholasticus, Leonardo Bruni, Iordanes, Konrad Peutinger, Sidonius Apollinaris (santo) e in fine il "Liber de Aedificiis Iustiniani Augusti" (in greco). Ediz. orig. e prima traduzione latina dal greco di Cristoforo Persona (1416-1485) e Raffaele da Volterra (1451-1522).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-03 08:10:50
PROCOPIUS CAESARIENSIS.
Basilae, Ex Officina Ioannis Heruagii, Mense Septembri Anno 1531. In folio (cm. 29,3x20), pp. (44)-690-2 bb.-46 (ma: 50)-(2), car. rom. e gr., iniz. xilogr., marca tipogr. al front. e in fine (colonna sormontata da un busto con 3 teste: Mercurio che tiene un caduceo), mediocre leg. cart. edit. senza dorso, piatti staccati ricoperti con carta color verde. Ex libris. Mancano le carte iniz. a2 e a3. Estesa gora al front. e in molte altre carte, fioriture e qq. pagina brunita. Il nome del tipografo antic. cancellato dovunque con inchiostro. Adams, P-2149. L' opera, a cura di Beathus Rhenanus, contiene all' inizio un esteso indice (pp. 42). Il volume contiene anche opere di Agathias Scholasticus, Leonardo Bruni, Iordanes, Konrad Peutinger, Sidonius Apollinaris (santo) e in fine il "Liber de Aedificiis Iustiniani Augusti" (in greco). Ediz. orig. e prima traduzione latina dal greco di Cristoforo Persona (1416-1485) e Raffaele da Volterra (1451-1522).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-04-28 07:12:26
SILIUS ITALICUS
Paris, Simon de Colines, 1531. 1 vol. petit in-8°, parchemin à rabats, dos lisse orné de filets dorés, titre et date sur pièces de maroquin rouge, encadrement d'un filet doré sur les plats, tranches rouges. Reliure du XIXe s. Impression en car. ital., manchettes, 223 ff. Signatures : [a-z]8 [A-E]8. Manque le dernier feuillet blanc (E8). Quelques mouillures pâles. Exemplaire rogné un peu court en gouttière avec atteintes aux manchettes à qq. ff. Raccommodage au f. de titre sans perte de texte. Seule édition publiée chez Simon de Colines de ce fameux poème épique qui a pour thème la seconde guerre punique, qui conduisit Hannibal aux portes de Rome. Silius Italicus, qui avait été deux fois consul au Ier siècle, emprunte ses matériaux principalement à Tite Live et tente d'imiter le style de Virgile. Cette édition comporte les sommaires et, dans les manchettes, les scolies de l'humaniste allemand Hermann Von dem Busche, qui avaient été publiées pour la première fois dans l'édition de Bâle de 1522. Renouard (Colines), 185; Schreiber, n°73; Adams S1135; Moreau-Renouard IV, 287.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2018-04-19 12:07:41
COMISIO Ludovico - Luis Gomez
Minitio Calvo, 1531. In-4°; cc. (18), una nota manoscritta. Bel frontespizio con titolo entro cornice xilografica, un legno nel testo. Legatura in piena pergamena. Storia del Tevere e delle sue inondazioni, se ne contano ventitre (tra avanti e dopo Cristo), l'ultima nel 1530 Buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-03-28 08:54:02
DESORMEAUX Joseph-Louis-Ripault
T1. Contenant la Généalogie de la Maison, & son Histoire depuis l'année 960 jusqu'en 1531. T2. Contenant la Vie du Connétable Anne & celle de François, Maréchal de France, depuis 1494 jusqu'en 1579. T3. Contenant les Vies de Henri, Connétable de France; celle de Charles Duc d'Amville, grand Amiral de France; & celle de Henri II, Duc de Montmorenci, depuis 1547 jusqu'en 1632. T4. Contenant la Vie de François-Henri de Montmorenci, Maréchal Duc de Luxembourg, depuis 1628 jusqu'en 1679. T5. Contenant la suite de la Vie de François-Henri de Montmorenci, Maréchal Duc de Luxembourg, depuis 1679 jusqu'en 1695. ÉDITION ORIGINALE. A Paris, chez Desaint & Saillant et chez Duchesne - 1764. Complet & Contrôlé. Reliure plein veau marbré de l'époque. Dos à nerfs orné et doré. Tranches rouges. Filet doré sur les coupes. Petites mouillures sur les tomes 4 et 5. Épidermures. Pas de rousseur. Bon état. Format in-12°(17x10). La maison de Montmorency comptait parmi les plus anciennes familles de la noblesse française. Elle donna à la France six Connétables, douze Maréchaux et Quatre Amiraux.
Bookseller: Livres et Collections P. Commerot [France, Sèvres]
2018-03-23 11:25:55
TRITHEMIUS (Johannes), BRANT (Sebastian)
Cologne, Peter Quentel, 1531; in-4, 8 ff.n.ch. + 184 ff., demi-peau de truie sur ais de bois de l'époque, décors estampés à froid sur la peau des plats, traces de fermoirs (mors fendus sur la hauteur de l'entre-nerfs de pied, manque en coiffe, charnière intérieure en partie faible). VD16, T 1999 ; Adams T 966. Troisième édition de ce catalogue des écrivains ecclésiastiques, paru pour la première fois en 1494, qui constituait l'une des premières entreprises bibliographiques jamais publiée. Jean Trithème, bénédictin d'origine allemande, fut successivement abbé de Saint Martin de Spanheim et de Saint Jacques de Wurtzbourg. Ses œuvres théologiques éclairèrent le début du XVe siècle et ses avis firent autorité dans maintes affaires ecclésiastiques de son temps. Il peut être considéré comme l'un des premiers historiens de l'Allemagne et même de l'Europe au seuil des temps modernes. Double cachet de bibliothèque de couvent sur la page de titre, ex-libris manuscrits anciens sur la page de garde et la page de titre, petite galerie de vers. Bon exemplaire malgré les petits défauts signalés. 1531
Bookseller: Librairie de L'Amateur [France, Strasbourg]
2018-03-16 00:07:00
MOLINET, Jean.
Paris, à la boutique de Jehan Longis et de la veusve Jehan sainct Denys, s.d. (1531). Petit in-folio gothique de (4) ff. le dernier bl. et 133 ff. Maroquin bleu, double filet à froid, armoiries dorées au centre des plats, dos à nerfs avec caissons à froid, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées sr marbrure. Reliure vers 1860 dans le goût de Duru. 245 x 175 mm. EDITION ORIGINALE COLLECTIVE DE LA PLUS GRANDE RARETE DES POESIES DE JEAN MOLINET, RELATANT LA GUERRE DE CENT ANS DE 1428 A 1498, C'EST-A-DIRE DE JEANNE D’ARC A LA MORT DE CHARLES VIII. MOLINET FUT LE MAITRE DE JEAN LE MAIRE DES BELGES QUI LE FUT A SON TOUR DE CLEMENT MAROT. Brunet, III, 1812 ; Catalogue H. De Backer, I, 166 ; Bechtel, M-435 ; Jean Devaux, Jean Molinet, indiciaire bourguignon, Paris, Champion, 1996 ; Moreau IV, n°244 ; Olivier, Planche 1130 ; Rothschild, I, n°472 ; Tchemerzine, IV, 850 ; Catalogue, La Bibliothèque de Mello, Londres, 1887, n°743. La pièce majeure demeure « la recollection des merveilleuses advenues en notre temps commencé par très élégant orateur messire Georges Chastelain et continué par maistre Jehan Molinet ». Cette pièce, suite donnée à la chronique de Chastellain contient en 140 huitains tous les événements historiques pour les années 1428 à 1498 c’est-à-dire de l’histoire de Jeanne d’Arc à laquelle sont consacrées les premières strophes, à la mort de Charles VIII (ff. 106 à 114). Y sont ainsi mentionnées les découvertes de l’imprimerie et de l’Amérique. Les bibliographes sont unanimes à souligner l’extrême rareté de cette édition originale collective des poésies de Molinet. TRES BE … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Amélie Sourget [paris, France]
2018-03-13 00:55:05
PROCOPIUS CAESARIENSIS.
Basilae, Ex Officina Ioannis Heruagii, Mense Septembri Anno 1531. In folio (cm. 29,3x20), pp. (44)-690-2 bb.-46 (ma: 50)-(2), car. rom. e gr., iniz. xilogr., marca tipogr. al front. e in fine (colonna sormontata da un busto con 3 teste: Mercurio che tiene un caduceo), mediocre leg. cart. edit. senza dorso, piatti staccati ricoperti con carta color verde. Ex libris. Mancano le carte iniz. a2 e a3. Estesa gora al front. e in molte altre carte, fioriture e qq. pagina brunita. Il nome del tipografo antic. cancellato dovunque con inchiostro. Adams, P-2149. L' opera, a cura di Beathus Rhenanus, contiene all' inizio un esteso indice (pp. 42). Il volume contiene anche opere di Agathias Scholasticus, Leonardo Bruni, Iordanes, Konrad Peutinger, Sidonius Apollinaris (santo) e in fine il "Liber de Aedificiis Iustiniani Augusti" (in greco). Ediz. orig. e prima traduzione latina dal greco di Cristoforo Persona (1416-1485) e Raffaele da Volterra (1451-1522).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
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