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2012-06-26 16:10:12
Palingenio Stellato Marcello (d.i. Pier Angelo Manzolli)
1531. Seltene Lyoner Ausgabe des in zahlr. Auflagen erschienenen satirischen Lehrgedichtes über die Tierkreiszeichen (erstmals 1531).- Titel gestempelt, tls. etw. fleckig, Ebd. etw. verzogen u. fleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2012-06-23 07:09:45
FRACASTORIUS, HIERONYMUS [GIROLAMO FRACASTORO OF VERONA]. - [THE RAREST AND MOST IMPORTANT EDITION OF THE SYPHILIS-POEM]
Roma, Apud Antonium Bladum Asulanum (on colophon), 1531, mense Septembri. 4to. Sown, uncut and unbound. Title-page and a few other leaves with a bit of minor brownspotting; overall a very nice and well-preserved copy of this beautifully printed, extremely scarce work. Two quires with loose leaves. Floriated large initial at beginning. [32] ff. (being title-page, 29 ff. text, 1 f. errata, 1 f. blank). ¶ The exceedingly scarce second edition (the "Rome text") of "[t]he most famous of all medical poems" (Garrison & Morton), the poem which gave to the disease syphilis its name, being the most important edition of the work, the first complete edition (with the two lines of the first book printed for the first time - not found in any other contemporary editions of the work), the only authoritative version of the text to appear contemporarily, and by far the rarest edition - with only four known copies at the time of the official bibliography (Baumgartner and Fulton, 1935) (whereas the first edition from the year before, 1530, was known in 30 copies) - our copy also with the final blank leaf (H4), "not preserved in any copy examined" (Baumgartner & Fulton, p. 38)."The edition published at Rome (no. 2) in the following year is a finer piece of printing, AND IT IS EVIDENTLY A MUCH RARER WORK SINCE ONLY FOUR COPIES HAVE BEEN TRACED, WHILE AT LEAST 30 COPIES OF THE VERONA EDITION (i.e. the first edition) ARE KNOWN." (Baumgartner & Fulton, p. 37). Apart from the work itself being of the greatest impact on the history of medicine, giving to Syphilis its name and epitomizing contemporary … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [Denmark]
2012-06-22 02:50:03
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.<br><br>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.<br><br>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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Son [Denmark]
2012-06-15 15:57:03
Alighieri, Dante
Fourth, and exceedingly rare, edition of Dante´s Convivio. 1531. Venice. Marchio Sessa. In 12vo (142 mm x 97 mm). 8 ff. + 112. Later, possibly 19th century, half calf, spine worn and with losses, needs rebinding. Clean and fresh, a few folios with underlining and marginalia, few foxing spots; a fine copy. Fourth edition, very rare. Dante (c.1265 ? 1321) is arguably Italy´s foremost poet; owner of the Divina Commedia ?Divina? (Boccaccio), he is often referred as il Sommo Poeta and regarded as a father of the Italian language. The Convivio (or Banquet) is an unfinished philosophical work of Aristotelian line of thought, divided in four treatises and dealing with a proposed harmonious coexistence of spiritual and temporal power. Provenance: contemporary manuscript inscription to a few folios; ex libris on front pastedown from Ch Fairfax Murray. Brunet II, 516.
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2012-06-09 14:55:04
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 gelbem 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)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber
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2012-05-22 10:05:33
MARBODUS (Bishop of Rennes).
[Freiburg in Breisgau, P. Willig], 1531. 8vo (152 x 95mm). [2], 3-55, [1], leaves. Recent boards, covered with old printed paper. The work of Marbodus is the earliest lapidary of the middle ages and also the one which is quoted more widely. Marbodus was Bishop of Rennes and wrote his lapidary, in 734 Latin hexameters describing 60 stones, between the years 1061 and 1081. This is the first edition of Georg Pictorius's annotated redaction of Marbode's book on the medical and magical properties of precious stones. Many manuscripts of this lapidary have survived. After the invention of printing, 14 editions appeared between 1511 and 1740 and still others at later dates. This copy is the third edition overall of this work that first appeared in 1511.Two library stamps on title. A very fine preserved copy of this rare lapidary.Sinkankas 4170; Wilson, Mineral books pp. 29-32. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2012-05-17 16:06:24
Selve, Jean de
1531. Selve, Jean de [d. 1529]. Tractatus de Beneficio: Perspicacissimi Iuris Utrius[que] Luminis ac Monarche D[omi]ni Joannis de Selva Tractat[us] de Beneficio: Lusummariis Ante Una[m]qua[m]q[ue] Questione[m] Acco[m]modatis: Copiosoq[ue] Repertorio Numeris Distincto: Quo que Quisq[ue] Scire Cupierit eide Occurrat Facilius. [Lyons: Jean David], 1531. 290, 18 ff. Octavo (7" x 4-1/2"). Recent calf, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed, early hand-lettered title to foot of spine. Light rubbing to extremities. Title page with woodcut architectural border printed in red and black, woodcut decorated initials. Light toning to text, negligible foxing in places, recent repairs to a few leaves. Underlining to a few pages, interior otherwise clean. * Later edition. This notable canon-law treatise on ecclesiastical benefices and pensions was originally published in 1504. It went through at least editions into the seventeenth century. Baudrier, Bibliographie Lyonnaise V152, 290..
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2012-05-10 13:29:45
SAVONAROLA, GIROLAMO (SAVANAROLA).
Apud Gryphium Lugduni. 1531. Non-paginated. Approximately 300pp. 4 inch by 3 inch miniature, rebound in crimson leather, raised bands, gilt to spine, marbled endpapers, page marker. Some light foxing/darkening to pages, minor damage obscuring a couple of words on title page, some very old writing verso of title page, o/w GOOD CONDITION IN MINT BINDING. * A very rare little group of sermons by Savonarola, the great Dominican reformer who ended up being burned for his troubles. The headline piece in the book is his COMMENTARY ON THE LORD’S PRAYER (Dominicae Precationis Interpretatio), but it also includes A MEDITATION ON THE PSALM (Meditatio in Psalmum) “MISERERE MEI DEUS,” A COMMENTARY ON THE PSALM (Ejusdem in Psalmum Expositio) “IN TE DOMINE SPERAVI,” A BRIEF COMMENTARY ON THE TEN COMMANDMENTS (Decalogi Interpretatio Perbrevis), as well as “Exegesis Paraphrastica Symboli Apostolici,” “Paraphrasis Dominicae Orationis,” and “Dominicae Orationis Expositio.” ** SEE THIS BOOK: CLICK ON THE CAMERA ICON AT LEFT. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: The Holy Graal [Edmonton, AB, Canada]
2012-02-26 20:32:17
[Berlichingen] - Adelsheim, Martin von (1513-1537)
Donnerstag nach Petri Stuhlfeier [23. Februar] 1531. DeutHandschrift auf Papier (Wasserzeichen: Monstranz?), 1 S. auf 1 Bl., c. 33,3 ×21,7 cm, leicht wasserfleckig. Schadlosbrief des Martin von Adelsheim für Lorenz von Rosenberg zu Waldmannshofen, benannten Bürgen der Schuldverschreibung Adelsheims gegen Philipp von Berlichingen und Philipp von Finsterlohr, über 685 Gulden, 4 Pfund 26 Pfennige, Martin von Adelsheim (1513-1537) entstammte der, mit dem Tod von Martins Sohn Sebastian, 1563 erloschenen Seitenlinie der von Adelsheim zu Stettenfels, die Martins gleichnamiger Großvater, der kurmainzische Amtmann zu Mildenberg, Amorbach und Krautheim ( 1497) begründet hatte. Martin, Sohn des Sebastian von Adelsheim ( 1513) und der Ursula von Rechberg zum Hohenrechberg, war vermählt mit Felicitas Nothafft von Hohenberg und mit Katharina von Ehrenberg ( 1543). Philipp von Berlichingen zu Biringen ( 1532), Sohn des Kilian von Berlichingen ( 1498) und der Barbara von Wolmershausen, war vermählt mit Margaretha von Adelsheim. Philipp war der ältere Bruder des berühmten Götz von Berlichingen und spielte eine wichtige Rolle im Bauernkrieg, den er in Diensten des Herzogs Ulrich von Württemberg bestritt. Philipp von Finsterlohr, aus dem Geschlecht derer von Finsterlohr (Kanton Altmühl), Sohn des Wiprecht von Finsterlohr und der Barbara Schlez, war vermählt mit Maria Jakobäa von Berlichingen, einer Tante Philipps.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat manuscryptum - Dr. In
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2012-02-02 18:39:10
BASILIO MAGNO.
ex officina Eucharij, 1531. Cm. 28,5, pp. (16) 375 (1). Bellissimo frontespizio con titolo racchiuso entro cornice architettonica interamente figurata, molti eleganti capolettera, alcuni dei quali di grandi dimensioni. Solida legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida, dorso a nervi con titoli in oro. Un appena percettibile alone all'angolo alto di poche carte, alcune carte un po' brunite, peraltro bell'esemplare, fresco e marginoso, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Elegante, non comune edizione. Cfr. Graesse ed Adams B-334.
Bookseller: Benacense [IT]
2010-10-28 14:04:09
STOEFFLER, Johann
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscripts [US]
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2010-07-21 00:00:00
AGRIPPA VON NETTESHEIM Henricus Cornelius
Sm. 8vo. [4], 9-159 ff. [1]f. (blank). 19th century straight-grained brown morocco, triple gilt fillet on covers, spine with gilt ornament in each compartment, label lettered in gilt.
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2010-07-20 14:24:12
[RODLER, Hieronymus ?] / JOHANN II OF PFALZ-SIMMERN
Simmern: H. Rodler, 1531. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio, [45] leaves (without last blank leaf). With numerous half and full-page woodcuts in text; 11 woodcuts with the red lines delineating perspective; title in printed in red and black. Early ownership inscription of "A. Volpi" on title-page. Modern black morocco in a fine antique style. FIRST EDITION and a fine copy of this elaborately illustrated introduction to linear perspective, a cogent vernacular text which played a key role in disseminating Dürer's projection method throughout Germany. The work effectively turns Dürer's treatise into a model book. Notably, many of the geometrical diagrams (especially those with the red overprinting) owe something to Pelerin-the brilliant illustrations juxtapose complex floor and ceiling patterns, cul-de-sacs in densely built up medieval streets with background landscapes, and church interiors with complex patterns of columns and vaulted ceilings. Some of the designs (D iiiir) are so enthralled to pattern at the expense of architectural reality that they are very likely designs for intarsia, or anticipate the playful fantasies found in model books later in the century. Another design Giiii r shows proto-cubist human figures and heads found in Lautensack's 1564 Kunstebuchlein.In his preface, Rodler tells the reader that Dürer's Underweysung der Messung (1525) was too difficult for most people to understand, although he acknowledges the great merits of the work. Rodler and the Duke, therefore, drew upon both the Underweysung and Dürer's Vier Büc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2010-05-01 09:37:24
Dante [Alighieri]
Vinegia: 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: Buddenbrooks, Inc.
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2009-03-30 19:41:03
Herodianus
Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner 1531. 29 cm. (4), 70 Blatt mit großem Titelholzschnitt von J. Breu d. Ä. nach Burgkmair, 1 Titelholzschnitt von H. Weiditz d. J., 2 Holzschnitt-Vignetten und mehreren Holzschnitt-Initialen. Manuskript-Pergamentband - VD16 H 2503 - Adams H-391 - Worstbrock 195 - Goed. II, 319,6 - Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Der fast blattgroße Titelholzschnitt (Hollstein IV, 170) zeigt Antoninus und Gordianus. Die Initiale auf Blatt 36r ist von Hans Burgkmair (Butsche 34). Der neu eingebundene Manuskript-Pergamentband mit einer dreifarbig ausgemalten Initiale "A" ist aus einem Antiphonarblatt angefertigt. Schönes Exemplar, stellenweise leicht gebräunt und Knitterspuren, letztes Blatt im weißen Rand geringfügiger Papierverlust. -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-02-07 16:00:54
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 indispensab … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2008-11-25 22:40:13
PROCOPE DE CESAREE (CAESARIENSIS Procopius)
Basilae (Bâle): ex officina Joannis Hervagii, 1531. Fine. ex officina Joannis Hervagii, Basilae (Bâle) 1531, in Folio (30x20,5cm), (48) 690 (1bc) 46pp. -2., relié. - First Edition and First Latin translation of the Greek original by Cristoforo Persona (1416-1485) and Raffaele Maffei (1455-1522). Very rare, we could not find a single copy in the catalog Hollis of Harvard University. Lack of board the BN of France as well as most foreign catalogs. The Harvard copy does not contain the 46 pages of a Greek text (which contains our copy) supposed to follow up this issue as stated in the colophon. Absent Brunet cites only the edition translated into French of 1587 in Paris, at Michalon. Full brown sheepskin, a pastiche flammande binding of the sixteenth century, back to 4 stars nerves and seedling cold boards are a central diamond from which radiate a series of frames. Tail headdress eroded and many works to the boards (sometimes large) Hole in head cover. Wormholes and galleries on the first two sheets in low margin and corner of little consequence ... Procopius was a Greek historian of the first half of the sixth century, he held various important positions in Byzantium, secretary of Belisarius Prefect of Byzantium. His writings mark the transition between classical Greek literature and Byzantine Greek literature, and make history into a new vision. The book collects books Wars, goths, vandals, Persian. Many other texts follow the stories of war. The book contains a long index at the beginning of Book 33 p. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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