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2019-01-05 21:46:51
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni / MACROBIO, Ambrogio Teodosio Macrobius Ambrosius Aurelius Theodosius
Herwagen 1532 / 1535, Basilea. In -folio, due voll. legati assieme; pp. (68), 504, (4); (40), 334, (2). Legatura in piena pelle alle armi di Felipe Ramirez Nuñez de Guzmán de Medina, nervi e titolo al dorso. Questa di Basilea del '32 è considerata l'ultima e migliore edizione nelCinquecento in latino delle Genealogie [.] che si deve all'umanista strasburghese Jakob Moltzer. Notevoli le illustrazioni genealogiche a piena pagina in quest'opera che, in vita, diede fama a Boccaccio, i cui lavori in volgare erano considerati una produzione minore.Rilegato con i Saturnalia e il commentario al Somnium Scipionis, le due maggiori opere di Macrobio nell'edizione di Camerario. Numerose illustrazioni nel testo fra cui l'incisione del planisfero macrobiano, diviso in zone climatiche, che costituì per circa un millennio il modello geografico terrestre: nella prima riproduzione a stampa di questa mappa, del 1483, le linee climatiche erano dritte, qui per la prima volta sono curve e rimandano a un modello di terra sferica e non piatta. This Basilea 1532's edition is considered the last and the best latin edition in XVI century of "Genealogie": it's due to austrian scholar Jakob Moltzer. The full page genealogic illustrations are remarkable; this work gave a reputation to Boccaccio while he was still alive, and whose works in volgare were then considered a less important production. Bound with the "Saturnalia" and commentary to "Somnium Scipionis", the most important Macrobio's works in Camerario edition. Many illustrations in text: between them the macrobian world map, divided in climatica … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2019-01-04 07:42:55
SAINT BASILE / ERASME
Bâle, Johann Froben, 1532. 1 vol. in-folio, peau suédée, dos à nerfs. Reliure du temps délabrée, manque le dos, plats détachés. Ex-libris et cachet sur le titre. (4) ff., 674 pp., (1) f. blanc avec la marque typographique de Froben au v°, nombreuses et belles lettrines ornées. Signatures : +4 [alpha oméga]4 [ALPHA-OMEGA]4 [alphaalpha-omegaomega]4 [ALPHAALPHA-LAMBDALAMBDA]4 MUMU6. déchirure ans manque au feuillet Lanbda 6, copieuses annotations marginales au premier feuillet de texte et aux pages 504 à 507. Edition princeps en grec des oeuvres de St Basile le Grand. Le libraire Froben, précise dans une volonté publicitaire amusante, que les précédentes éditions latines sont très lacunaires et imparfaites. A la fin du titre, seule partie de l'ouvrage imprimée en latin, avec la préface, il interpelle le lecteur potentiel : "Mihi crede, reddet te tibi meliorem, quisquis hunc familiarem habere voles" (en substance : "crois-moi lecteur, cet ouvrage rendra meilleur quiconque a envie de le bien comprendre") Edition établie sur plusieurs manuscrits par Erasme, qui signe la préface. Elle comprend les onze homélies sur la création du monde, les quinze homélies sur les psaumes, vingt-neuf homélies sur divers sujets, le traité de l'esprit saint, et les épîtres de St Basile et Grégoire théologien. Bon exemplaire, très frais intérieurement. Graesse I, 306; Vander Haaghen II, 13; Adams, B-344.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [CRISSAY SUR MANSE, -, France]
2018-12-22 07:29:02
STRABO (64/63 BC-24 AD)-XYLANDER, Guilielmus (Wilhelm Holtzmann, 1532-1576)
In folio (mm. 310x202). Pp. [116], 997, [3] con 27 carte geografiche in legno su doppia pagina (di cui 4 ripetute) e 8 figure più piccole nel testo. Segnatura: [fiore]6 α-θ6ι4a-k6l8m-r6s8t-z6A-B4C-D6E2 F6G-I2 K4L2 M6N8O-Z6Aa-Dd6Ee2 Ff-Gg6Hh2 Ii8Kk-Zz6 AA6BB2 CC-DD6EE8FF2 GG4HH6II4 KK2 LL6MM4NN-OO2 PP-SS6TT4VV2 XX8YY4. Marca tipografica al titolo e al verso dell'ultima carta, vari capilettera ornati. Testo greco e latino su due colonne. Pregevole legatura coeva (forse lionese) in piena pelle marrone, dorso a quattro nervi sporgenti, scomparti decorati con filetti in oro e a secco e con un fregio ripetuto impresso in oro a motivi vegetali, piatti riquadrati da filetti concentrici impressi a secco e da due filetti in oro e decorati con un grande fleuron centrale e quattro fregi angolari impressi in oro, tagli dorati e goffrati, risguardi originali (legacci mancanti, lievi mancanze alla parte inferiore del dorso, piccolo fori di tarlo al dorso, scoloriture, spellature e piccole mancanze ai piatti, alone nella parte inferiore dei piatti e del dorso). Frontespizio lievemente macchiato, leggero alone nel margine inferiore interno di quasi tutto il volume, margine superiore delle carte B2 e B3 lievemente rifilato con perdita di parte del titolo della mappa e del numero di pagina, lieve brunitura uniforme dovuta alla qualità della carta. Nel complesso ottima copia genuina magnificamente rilegata. PRIMA EDIZIONE ILLUSTRATA dell'opera di Strabone e prima edizione del commento e della traduzione latina dell'umanista tedesco Guilielmus Xylander, pseudonimo grecizzante d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2018-12-01 00:52:58
Paulus Aegineta (Paul of Aegina)
Paris: Simon de Colines, 1532. First Edition. Very good. Large folio. [40], 47, [9], 39, [9], 127, [9], 48, [8], 24, [8], 83, [9], 158 pp. + final blank leaf. COMPLETE. Large Colines woodcut device on title. Some spotting along fore-edges and occasional traces of damp; old ex-libris stamps on title and following leaf effaced; lower margin of Aa1 torn away and filled in. Early ownership inscription: Prior Duys (?) 1834 (and signed again on Ff7); W.A. Getz, 1874; modern bookplate. Late 17th- or early 18th-century binding, quite unlike anything we have encountered: the glazed paper was evidently applied to thick paper boards that had been tooled with a large framed lozenge on both covers; the glazed papers were ingeniously mottled to resemble calfskin (joints splitting, headcap chipped, extremities rubbed), red morocco label (title) lettered in gilt; added paper label (author and date) lettered in MS. First Complete Edition, newly translated from the Greek into Latin, of the most important textbook of medical procedure that has survived from Antiquity. This edition was carefully prepared by noted physician and humanist Johann Winter who describes the three (!) sources utilized by him: an early MS formerly in the possession of Janus Lascaris, a truly "ancient" MS belonging to Jean Ruel, and the Aldine editio princeps in Greek (1528). The present edition contains all seven surviving books of the greatest physician of the Byzantium era. The seven books treat hygiene, dietetics, pathology, cranial diseases, leprosy, skin diseases, poisons, pharmacology and -- most importantly - … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC [US]
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2018-11-27 08:05:09
DÜRER, Albrecht
N�rnberg: in aedib. viduae Durerianae / Formschneider, 1532. Nürnberg: in aedib. viduae Durerianae / Formschneider, 1532. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. De Symmetria partium in rectis formis humanorum corporum, Libri in Latinum conversi (per J. Camerarium). Nürnberg: in aedib. viduae Durerianae, 1532. 79 (of 80) unnumbered leaves, bound without the blank leaf A6. Signatures: A-E6 [-A6] F4 G-N6 O4. Title with 8-line verse to the reader above Dürer's woodcut monogram, gothic letter text in single and double columns, woodcuts throughout including 85 full-length figures of the human body. [Bound with] DÜRER, Albrecht. De varietate figurarum et flexuris partium ac gestib[um] imaginum, libri duo. . . Nürnberg: Formschneider, 22 Nov. 1534. 56 unnumbered leaves, including 4 folding and a final blank. Signatures: a-k6. Unsigned leaves a4, e6, f6, i5 split from bifolio and attached to a3, e5, f1, i4 respectively to gain folding leaves. Errata on k5v. "Elegia Bilibaldi Pirckeymheri in obitum Alberti Dureri" and three epitaphs on k4v-k5r crossed out and with remnant from former obscuring paste downs. Folio (315 x 205 mm). 18th-century vellum over thick boards, spine titled in gilt (vellum soiled, extremities little rubbed), new endpapers, marbled edges. Only little browning and occasional very slight foxing of paper, a small light waterstain at top fore margin of about one third of the leaves, first title page soiled and with repair of torn portion at lower margin plus a closed tear repaired at verso (both not affecting any tex … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
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2018-11-26 07:51:16
GUAZZO, Marco.
tutto riformato. Et per l'auttore nouamente aggiunto con somma diligentia ristampato, et historiato. M.D.XXXII. (In fine:) Stampato in Vinegia, per Gulielmo da Fontaneto di Monferra, MDXXXII a di quatro del mese de aprile 1532). in-4, f. 60 n.n., legatura coeva in piena pergamena, titolo ms. al dorso. Testo in carattere romano su due colonne con 5 ottave l'una. Titolo in rosso e nero con al di sotto grande legno (mm 141x112 ) raffigurante Astolfo vincitore sul gigante Malacalza. Al f. A2 recto in testa alla pagina legno oblungo con Carlomagno in trono tra uomini di legge e guerrieri (mm 70x111). Nel testo piccole vignette. Romanzo cavalleresco in 14 canti, dalla notevole fortuna editoriale, dedicato dal Guazzo al giovane Guidobaldo della Rovere, in cui è evidente la ripresa della materia del "Furioso". In questa edizione, prima ristampa della prima parte dopo la princeps del 1531, l'autore aggiunge sempre più espliciti riferimenti all'Ariosto (DBIt LX, p. 532). Marco Guazzo (1480-1556), fu storico, poeta, drammaturgo e uomo d'armi padovano. Rarissimo libretto censito in una sola Biblioteca pubblica italiana (A. Mai di Bergamo). Buon esemplare (tracce di polvere al titolo, macchia d'umido al f. B4).. Manca a Gamba. Sander 3318. Essling II, 658. Melzi e Tosi, p. 170..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-11-21 23:20:06
Paulus Aegineta (Paul of Aegina)
Simon de Colines, Paris, 1532. Large folio. [40], 47, [9], 39, [9], 127, [9], 48, [8], 24, [8], 83, [9], 158 pp. + final blank leaf. COMPLETE. Large Colines woodcut device on title. Some spotting along fore-edges and occasional traces of damp; old ex-libris stamps on title and following leaf effaced; lower margin of Aa1 torn away and filled in. Early ownership inscription: Prior Duys (?) 1834 (and signed again on Ff7); W.A. Getz, 1874; modern bookplate. Late 17th- or early 18th-century binding, quite unlike anything we have encountered: the glazed paper was evidently applied to thick paper boards that had been tooled with a large framed lozenge on both covers; the glazed papers were ingeniously mottled to resemble calfskin (joints splitting, headcap chipped, extremities rubbed), red morocco label (title) lettered in gilt; added paper label (author and date) lettered in MS. First Complete Edition, newly translated from the Greek into Latin, of the most important textbook of medical procedure that has survived from Antiquity. This edition was carefully prepared by noted physician and humanist Johann Winter who describes the three (!) sources utilized by him: an early MS formerly in the possession of Janus Lascaris, a truly "ancient" MS belonging to Jean Ruel, and the Aldine editio princeps in Greek (1528). The present edition contains all seven surviving books of the greatest physician of the Byzantium era. The seven books treat hygiene, dietetics, pathology, cranial diseases, leprosy, skin diseases, poisons, pharmacology and -- most importantly -- surgery, "The principal med … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC [Lockhart, TX, U.S.A.]
2018-11-17 08:30:25
Machiavelli
Florence, Bernardo Giunta, 1532. 4to (205x133 mm). [4], 9-224 leaves. Signatures: [A]4B-Z8 AA-EE8. As in many copies, lacking the final 4 leaves (quire FF4) containing the errata (ll. FF1-2), a blank FF3, and the printer's device (FF4v). Moreover, due to a mistake in the composition of quire S, leaves 139v, 140r, 141v, and 142r have been omitted, while leaves 139r, 140v, 141r, and 142v are incorrectly repeated. Printer's device on the title page. Contemporary flexible vellum (recased, new endleaves). Preserved in a cloth case. Slightly browned, light marginal damp stains, all in all a very good, genuine copy. RARE FIRST FLORENCE EDITION, possibly the first edition overall, of this landmark of historiographical literature. After Machiavelli's death in 1527 there was a rush to publish his remaining works, and a fierce competition began between the Roman printer Blado and the Florentine printer Guinta to be the first to press. Although Giunta had been given the approval of Machiavelli's heirs and rushed to honor his fellow Florentine with elegant editions of his works, both Blado's and Giunta's editions of "The Florentine History" appeared almost simultaneously. It is generally presumed that Blado's Roman edition, dated 25 March 1532, preceded Giunta's by two days. Some copies of the Giunta edition, (as in the present copy), are dated 27 March 1532 in the colophon, while others are dated 16 March 1532. It is possible that Giunta printed an incorrect 16 March date to convince the public that his edition was indeed the first and to match the date of Giunta's dedication to the du … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-11-13 10:47:24
BRUNFELS, Otto (circa 1489-1534)
Strassburg: Johann Schott, 1532-1531 [vol. II second colophon: 14 February 1532]. Two volumes bound in one (the appendix added to vol.II), folio (287 x 188 mm; 11¼ x 17½ in.). Vol. I: Title within woodcut allegorical border, 4- and 5-part borders to several pages, woodcut arms of Strasbourg, ornamental and historiated initials, head- and tailpieces, 86 woodcuts of plants by Hans Weiditz; vol. II: Title within woodcut allegorical border, 4- part border on 2 pages, 49 woodcut illustrations by Weiditz, all colored in a contemporary hand. 18th-century mottled calf gilt, edges gilt. Rebacked preserving original gilt spine panels, repairs to corners, some slight drying; A4 in volume I bound after b4, lacking blanks b4 and G6 in the first volume and H4 and S6 in the second, small stain in lower margin of first title and first text leaf, some leaves lightly browned, occasional minor staining. Provenance: Johannes Beusler (early ownership inscription on title); Jean Charles Patin (inscription dated 1817 on front flyleaf noting that he is a native of Manneville and currently farming in Bézu-la-Forêt); purchased from William Schatzki, 1971. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. Item #401689 A finely colored copy. Referred to as â the first great mind in modern botanyâ (Hunt), Brunfelsâ most revolutionary contribution was his choice of artist accurately to portray these â living portraits of plants.â The magnificent woodcuts executed by Weiditz were taken from watercolors drawn directly from nature and delineate botanical details well beyond their known function in th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: hudsonriverbooks [Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, US]
2018-11-12 08:45:21
PETRARCA Francesco
In-16 p. (mm. 156x95), p. pelle rossa mod., ricche cornici dorate ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con tit. oro, filetti dorati ai risg., tagli dorati, 10 cc.nn., 176 cc.num., 49 cc.nn., 1 c.b., con veduta prospettica della Valchiusa (a doppia pag.), silografata nel t. Dedicato da Vellutello a Jacopo d'Oria. Questa pregevole edizione contiene: "Vita e costumi del poeta - Origine di Madonna Laura con la descrittione di Valclusa e del luogo ove il poeta a principio di lei s'innamorò - Divisione de sonetti e de le canzoni del Petrarca in tre parti - Alessandro Vellutello sopra i Triomphi del Petrarcha". Al colophon: "Qui finiscono le volgari opere del Petrarcha, cioè i Son. le Canz. & i Triomphi: Stampate in Vinegia per Maestro Bernardino de Vidali Venetiano del mese di Novembre L'anno del Signore Mille cinquecento trentadue". Cfr. Brunet,IV,548: "Troisième édition, et l'une des meilleures de ce commentaire estimé" - Marsand, p. 41: "Ristampa della prima edizione dei fratelli da Sabbio, 1525, eseguita con molta accuratezza" - Sander,5631 per l'ediz. del 1528 - Adams,II,800. Elegante edizione, molto ben conservata.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2018-10-30 08:29:48
EPICURO Antonio
per Nicolo d'Aristotile detto Zoppino, 1532. In-24 gr. (mm. 147x93), p. pergam. ottocentesca, cornice con doppio filetto ai piatti e decoraz. oro al centro, tit. oro al dorso, tagli dorati, dentelles dorate ai risg., 32 cc.nn. (l'ultima è bianca); grande vignetta xilografata al frontespizio (raffigura tre ciechi), ripetuta all'inizio della "Illuminatione delli tre ciechi del Epicuro"; al registro altra marca (S. Nicola con la mitra seduto in cattedra). In fine due "Madrigali de l'autore medesimo". "In questa composizione drammatica, tre ciechi, il primo dei quali accompagnato da una Guida, invocano la morte per la loro infermità causata dall'amore. Dal loro incontro nasce l'occasione per una descrizione delle proprie sventure e delle bellezze delle donne amate. L'apparizione di un sacerdote d'Amore compie il miracolo di far riacquistare la vista ai tre ciechi. Questo è in breve l'argomento della "tragicommedia". Fra le numerosissime edizioni uscite nel corso del sec. XVI, le prime riportano solo il "Dialogo di tre ciechi", mentre dal 1530 il testo viene completato dalla 'Luminaria' (nella quale compare il sacerdote d'Amore), a formare l'intera composizione poi conosciuta e tramandata come "Cecaria". Alcune edizioni della "Cecaria" portano come nome dell'autore Antonio Epicuro, confuso con il contemporaneo Pietro Antonio Caracciolo e con il Notturno Napoletano, mentre altri hanno ritenuto che il "napolitano" del titolo indicasse il luogo di nascita del suo A. Ne ignoriamo tuttora il vero cognome. Nato in Abruzzo e vissuto a Napoli (1472-1555), ebbe fama, oltre che come poeta … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2018-10-24 19:09:21
Alamanni L.
Gryphius, 1532. 2 volumi in 8° piccolo pagine (8)-435-(13); (4)-292 (8) cartoncino settecentesco rimontato dorso rinforzato con carta decorata, muto. Leggera arrossatura uniforme delle carte. Bell'esemplare. Prima edizione variante con l'ultima carta del secondo volume con marca tipografica e data anziché bianca (vedi Gamba n°14)
Bookseller: Librante srl [IT]
2018-10-17 21:09:14
Vogel [Franz Adam] (Hg.)
Gr.8, Gestochenes Portrait (Le Baron de Besenval), Titelkupfer, 15 Bl, 365 S., 1 Bl., OLdr der Zeit mit Rückenschild, goldgeprägter Rücken, Erste (von 3) franz. Ausgabe. Gewidmet A Monsieur le Baron de Besenval, Lieutenat general des Armées du Roy, Colonel du Regiment des Gardes Suisse des sa Majeste.Franz Adam Vogel, Garde juge des Gardes suisse du Roi übersetzte die Kriminalordnung Kaiser Karls V aus dem Jahr 1532 ins Französische. Formel des Kriegsrates in deutscher Übersetzung.Die Constitutio Criminalis Carolina (CCC) oder Carolina gilt heute als erstes allgemeines deutsches Strafgesetzbuch. Eindeutschend wird sie schon früh auch als peinliche Halsgerichtsordnung Karls V. bezeichnet. Peinlich bezieht sich hierbei auf das lateinische "poena", übersetzt "Strafe" und bezeichnet Leibes- und Lebensstrafen. Die Carolina hatte weit über das Reich hinaus Gesetzeskraft und galt teilweise bis ins frühe 19 Jht.Jean-Victor de Besenval, Baron de Brünstatt (1671- 1736), schweizer Offizier in franz. diplomatischen Diensten. 1703 in Berlin, ab 1707 franz. Botschafter bei König Karl XII von Schweden und von 1710 bis 1721 am Hof des polnischen Königs u Kurfürsten von Sachsen August dem Starken.KANN ERST NACH MESSERERHÖFFNUNG VERKAUFT WERDEN!
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2018-10-10 01:31:47
BRUNFELS, Otto (circa 1489-1534)
Johann Schott, Strassburg, 1532. Two volumes bound in one (the appendix added to vol.II), folio (287 x 188 mm; 11¼ x 17½ in.). Vol. I: Title within woodcut allegorical border, 4- and 5-part borders to several pages, woodcut arms of Strasbourg, ornamental and historiated initials, head- and tailpieces, 86 woodcuts of plants by Hans Weiditz; vol. II: Title within woodcut allegorical border, 4- part border on 2 pages, 49 woodcut illustrations by Weiditz, all colored in a contemporary hand. 18th-century mottled calf gilt, edges gilt. Rebacked preserving original gilt spine panels, repairs to corners, some slight drying; A4 in volume I bound after b4, lacking blanks b4 and G6 in the first volume and H4 and S6 in the second, small stain in lower margin of first title and first text leaf, some leaves lightly browned, occasional minor staining. Provenance: Johannes Beusler (early ownership inscription on title); Jean Charles Patin (inscription dated 1817 on front flyleaf noting that he is a native of Manneville and currently farming in Bézu-la-Forêt); purchased from William Schatzki, 1971. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. A finely colored copy. Referred to as "the first great mind in modern botany" (Hunt), Brunfels' most revolutionary contribution was his choice of artist accurately to portray these "living portraits of plants." The magnificent woodcuts executed by Weiditz were taken from watercolors drawn directly from nature and delineate botanical details well beyond their known function in the taxonomic literature of the time. The first volume was reprinted t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [Ardsley, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-08 08:10:33
VEGETIUS, Renatus Flavius.
Lutetiae, apud Christianum Wechelum, MDXXXII (Parigi, Wechel, 1532). in-folio, pp. (8), 280, elegante legatura ottocentesca in piena pergamena rigida, con dorso a nervi e titolo in oro su tassello. Celebre opera, illustrata da grande legno al frontespizio (raffigurante una riunione di soldati davanti a una tenda), da silografia di un uomo intento a caricare un cannone, al verso del frontespizio, e da 118 silografie a piena pagina, raggruppate alla fine di ciascuno dei quattro libri che compongono l'opera. La presente è la prima edizione di C. Wechel; l'opera include testi di Frontino, Eliano Tacito e Modesto. L'antico testo di Vegezio (il più celebre autore latino tra quanti scrissero sull'arte militare, vissuto sul finire del IV sec. d.C.) è qui adattato all'epoca del Rinascimento durante la quale si cominciò ad utilizzare cannoni, macchine d'artiglieria, fuochi artificiali, ecc. Le magnifiche incisioni (probabilmente tutte adattate dall'ediz. di Steiner, Asburgo 1529, e molte somiglianti a quelle del Valturio del 1472) costituiscono una delle più affascinanti espressioni dell'arte silografica tedesca del XV sec.; tra le molte figure curiose ricordiamo un equipaggiamento d'immersione, materassi ad aria per il confort dei soldati al campo, attrezzature per l'assedio, ecc. Esemplare bello e marginoso (aloni di polvere al titolo, uno strappetto al margine dell'ultimo preliminare, un lungo strappo restaurato al f. Z1 che tocca il testo). Murray II n.563. Elie, Wechel, p. 192. Mortimer, It 486. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-10-06 21:32:42
Frontinus, Sextus Iulius,
Gedruckt zu Meyntz (Mainz) bei Ivo Schöffer 1532. 4° (29,5 x 20 cm). Ohne Titelblatt (= Blatt I, liegt als Kopie bei), Blätter 2-51 u. 1 nn. Bl., mit 31 teilweise aus 2 oder 3 Stöcken zusammengesetzten Textholzschnitten. Späterer marmorierter Pappband. Leicht gebräunt, untere Ränder teils fleckig, Fussschnitt am Falz teils feuchtigkeits- bzw. stockfleckig, wenige Blätter dort mit Einrissen, mehrere Ränder restauriert. Einband an Ecken und Kanten teils bestossen bzw. etwas berieben. VD 16 F 3139 - Goedeke II.320,10 - Erste deutsche Ausgabe der "Strategemata" ("Strategematum libri quattuor") mit verwandten Texten: Onosander: Von den Kriegshandlungen und Räten der hocherfarn guten Hauptleute ("Strategicus") und einem Lehrgedicht über Kaiser Maximilian, mutmaßlich von Melchior Pfintzing - SW: Römisches Reich, Militär, Kriegsführung, Heiliges Römisches Reich, Kaiser Maximilian I. (1459-1519), Erziehung [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: NORDDEUTSCHES ANTIQUARIAT [Rostock, Germany]
2018-09-07 08:25:27
EUSEBIUS.
Nijhoff & Kronenberg 884; Pettegree & Valsby, Netherlandish books, 11968; USTC 7514; for panel stamps with a similar inner panel: Foot, Henry Davis Gift 293; Goldschmidt 134; Oldham, Blind panels of English binders, Ac.3; Sorgeloos/Spreekaert, Quatre siècles de reliure III, 5. Rare second (first Antwerp) edition of Claude de Seyssel's French translation of Eusebius's chronological church history, first published by Geofroy Tory in Paris in 1532. Written in Greek in the 4th century, Eusebius drew on a wide variety of sources, recording much valuable historical information that would otherwise have been lost. Seyssel's translation was based on Rufinus's Latin rendering of 401 AD.The three bastarda types are Vervliet B1, B2 and B5, all thought to have been cut by De Keyser himself. He had used the smallest, here in the main text (72.5 mm/20 lines or 10.5 point) since 1527 or 1530, but the two larger ones (94 mm or 14 point and about 180 mm or 26 point) make their first known appearance in the present book, where they are crisply printed from freshly cast type. Vervliet notes the middle size only from 1534, but it was used to set 7 lines on the present title-page and a line or two opening the first four chapters. The central panel of the panel stamp on the binding resembles those cited in Foot, Goldschmidt, Oldham and to a lesser degree Sorgeloos/Speeckaert, all dated ca. 1527-ca. 1534, but their outer panels are all similar to each other and differ greatly from the present example. We have found nothing similar to the present outer panel in the literature.With owners' entries … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-09-05 14:36:07
(No pl., 1532).4to. In cloth box. With large woodcut depicting a Turkish warrior. (4) lvs. 'Die Befragung besteht aus 35 Fragen und Antworten. Man versucht durch Hilfe alle möglichern Fragen, Näheres über die Stärke und Pläne des türkischen Sultan zu ermittlen. Über die Büchsen und andere Gewehre, die Zahl des Kriegsvolkes, der Gegfangene und die Schiffe, die Zahl andere Vöolker beim türkischen Heer, die Krantheit bei den Türken, die Pläne des Sultans etc. sind die Gefangenen befragt worden. (...)' (Akpinar Dellal, p 184 - 186)Very rare questionnaire with fine large woodcut. Apponyi 254.
Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books (ILAB) [Vianen, Netherlands]
2018-08-28 07:19:21
Leonicenus Nicolaus (1428 - 1524)
(Sichart Johannes), 1532. Folio (cm. 29), 4 cc.nn., 157 (i.e. 175) pp., 1 c.nn. (segue) Aurelianius Caelius, Caelii Aureliani siccensis Tardarum Passionum Libri V., D. Oribasii sardi iuliani Caesaris archiatri Euporiston lib:III. Medicinae compen: lib:I. Curationum lib:I. Trochiscoru confect:lib:I, Basileae mense Augusto, Henricu Petrus 1529, 10 cc.nn., 345 (i.e. 247) pp. Numerosi capilettera figurati. Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso (bruniture sparse e un piccolo foro nella parte inferiore del dorso). Tagli marmorizzati. Assente l’ultima carta non numerata della prima opera (marca tipografica). Margini superiori sobri e lieve lacuna al margine laterale delle prime 120 carte della seconda opera. Nella stessa è tagliato al frontespizio (per censura) il nome dell’editore e, sempre in quest’ultima, un foro di tarlo interessa una minima parte del testo da carta 257 a carta 269. Nel complesso, pur tenendo conto delle caratteristiche descritte, si tratta di un esemplare molto buono, con interni generalmente ottimi e assai freschi(tranne modeste ingialliture in qualche carta) che unisce tre importanti contributi in prima edizione: il primo di un caposcuola italiano della medicina umanistica, il secondo di un autore bizantino, il terzo di un medico africano di cittadinanza romana. Gli Opuscoli di Leoniceno raccolgono i seguenti scritti: De Plinij & plurium aluirum Medicorum in medicina erroribus, De tribus doctrinis ordinatis, secundum Galeni sententiam, De virtute formativa, De dipsade & pluribus aòijs serpentibus, De Tito seu vipe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2018-08-26 20:10:04
Jodar, Juan de (s. XVI) [Juan de Xodar]
[Colofón: Fue impresa en la insigne ciudad de Sevilla por el Discreto varon Bartholome Perez impresor, en la calle de la sierpe . Acabose a xj dias del mes de Março . de mil quinientos y treynta y dos años, 1532. [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo A. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type A. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type A].- // 2 partes con portada, foliación y signaturas separadas.- Folio, (267x190 mm).- 'Prohemio': XII fol.; sign.: a8, b4.- 'Libro segundo dela deuotissima obra intitulada de las siete palabras que dixo el señor en la cruz': LI, [1] fol.; sign.: a-f8, g4. Portadas grabadas xilográficas arquitectónicas; escudo xilográfico enmarcado en el centro en la primera de las portadas; grabados xilográficos intercalados en el texto; letra gótica; apostillas marginales. A partir de sign. f7v, oficios de san Dimas; en sign. giir, 'las cosas que todo religioso que espiritualmente dessea aprouechar, se deue esforzar en guardar'; a partir de sign. giiv, Tabla; colofón en sign. givr.- // Encuadernción en plena piel firmada 'Brugalla-1950' al pie de contraplano delantero; lomo cuajado con nervios y doble tejuelo grabado; planos con doble orla con combinación de filetes dorados y gofrados en seco; cantos con doble filete dorado y contracantos con filetes dorados y gofrados; cortes dorados. Ejemplar resaturado y encuadernado en el taller de Brugalla, que era mejor encuadernad … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2018-08-24 18:16:01
EUSEBIUS.
Rare second (first Antwerp) edition of Claude de Seyssel's French translation of Eusebius's chronological church history, first published by Geofroy Tory in Paris in 1532. Written in Greek in the 4th century, Eusebius drew on a wide variety of sources, recording much valuable historical information that would otherwise have been lost. Seyssel's translation was based on Rufinus's Latin rendering of 401 AD.The three bastarda types are Vervliet B1, B2 and B5, all thought to have been cut by De Keyser himself. He had used the smallest, here in the main text (72.5 mm/20 lines or 10.5 point) since 1527 or 1530, but the two larger ones (94 mm or 14 point and about 180 mm or 26 point) make their first known appearance in the present book, where they are crisply printed from freshly cast type. Vervliet notes the middle size only from 1534, but it was used to set 7 lines on the present title-page and a line or two opening the first four chapters. The central panel of the panel stamp on the binding resembles those cited in Foot, Goldschmidt, Oldham and to a lesser degree Sorgeloos/Speeckaert, all dated ca. 1527-ca. 1534, but their outer panels are all similar to each other and differ greatly from the present example. We have found nothing similar to the present outer panel in the literature.With owners' entries on front pastedown: "SGS MGS/H. Spanofsky" dated 1555 and "Gott begnadt Hoffnung/Christ. Tenngler zum/Ramblsperg und Schaltenstain" (in Bavaria) dated 1563. In very good condition internally. The binding slightly chafed, cracks in the spine and hinges and head of spine chipped, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-08-20 06:56:44
ETIENNE DE BYZANCE.
1532. In folio de (8)pp. n. ch., 388 col., (2)pp. n. ch. Reliure plein vélin souple de l’époque, titre manuscrit au dos. (des manques de vélin au dos, déchirure sans gravité en partie inf. de la page de titre, des rousseurs éparses et brunissures, petite mouillure pâle dans les marges sup.notes manuscrites anciennes dans les marges de qqs. feuillets). Exemplaire en assez bonne condition malgré les défauts signalés. Edition donnée par le philologue allemand Guilielmus Xylander (1532-1576) de ce dictionnaire géographique et historique composé au VIeme siècle. Etienne de Byzance, géographe grec, qui vivait probablement vers la fin Ve siècle de notre ère, composa sous le titre d’Ethnika ou De urbibus un dictionnaire géographique considérable, comprenant plus de cinquante livres. Il ne nous en est parvenu qu’un abrégé, rédigé à l’époque de Justinien par le grammairien Hermolaos. Ce lexique géographique a pour objet de donner l’étymologie des noms propres géographiques ou ethnographiques afin d’en fixer l’orthographe. L’ensemble fournit des renseignements précieux sur le monde antique : noms des fondateurs de métropoles ou colonies helléniques, moeurs, traditions, événements historiques. Belle impression sur deux colonnes, texte en grec, préface en latin, index latin-grec. Marque typographique au titre. Colophon : Basileae, ex officina Oporiniana, anno salutis humanae M. D. LXVIII. mense martio. Notre exemplaire est enrichi des quelques annotations manuscrites en grec dans les marges. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Jardin des Muses [Saint-Pierre du Val, NORMA, France]
2018-07-11 11:21:28
ALAMANNI Luigi
Lugduni,: Sebast. Gryphius, 1532. Lugduni, Sebast. Gryphius, 1532. In-16 p. (mm. 152x105), parte I (su 2), p. pergam. antica, tit. ms. al dorso, pp. (8),435,(13); al frontespizio emblema del dedicatario Francesco I re di Francia (Salamandra fra le fiamme. Nutrisco, estinguo); al verso dell'ultima carta la marca tipografica con il Grifone, in silografia. Offriamo la parte prima che contiene una raccolta di sonetti, elegie, satire, egloghe e salmi penitenziali (la seconda venne pubblicata l'anno successivo).<br> Cfr. Gamba,14: “Raro. Della “Parte Prima” havvi un'edizione di Firenze, colla impresa del Giglio, dello stesso anno 1532.. Il Mazzuchelli dubitò se l'edizione lionese fosse anteriore alla fiorentina; ma il Quadrio e il Poggiali, le danno senz'altro la preferenza. <br> La rarità di queste prime edizioni principalmente proviene, se vogliasi credere a Nicolò Franco, dagli ordini dati dal pontefice Clemente VII di farle bruciare in Roma, perchè l'autore "piangeva in esse la rovina della sua patria, biasimando la tirannide, e confortando i suoi cittadini alla libertà" Sappiamo dal Manni, che anche i librai fiorentini furono condannati in gravose multe dal duca di Alessandro per la vendita che ne facevano..”.<br> Cfr. anche Adams,I, p. 13 - Cat. British Library, p. 12 per l'ediz. dei Giunta, Firenze - Graesse,I,50.<br> Allentato al risg. anter., corto del margine sup., con uniformi arross. più o meno pesanti interc. nel t. ma complessivam. discreto esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
2018-07-11 11:20:37
ALAMANNI Luigi
Al Christianissimo Re Francesco Primo. Lugduni (Lione), Sebast. Gryphius, 1532. in-8, pp. (8), 435, (13), legatura coeva p. perg. rigida, tit. ms. al dorso. Impresa tipogr. al tit., altra diversa in fine, testo in car. corsivo, spazio con lettera-guida per le iniz. Prima edizione della prima parte (la seconda uscirà l'anno seguente) della celebre opera (la contemporanea ediz. fiorentina di Giunta è ritenuta posteriore dai bibliografi). Questa prima parte, che può stare a sé, contiene 30 elegie, 14 egloghe, 178 sonetti con 5 ballate e 2 canzoni; la Favola di Narciso in ottava rima; il Diluvio romano e la Favola di Atlante; 12 satire e i sette Salmi Penitenziali in terza rima. Luigi Alamanni (Firenze 1495 - Parigi 1556) fu illustre letterato ed uomo politico negli ultimi periodi della Repubblica fiorentina, caduta la quale andò esulte in Francia dove ebbe grandi onori da Francesco I e Enrico II. Buon esempl. (due antiche firme di possesso sul tit., forellino di tarlo alle pp. 369-418, senza danno al testo). Gamba 14(partim). Adams 406. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-07-05 06:42:25
VALTURIUS, ROBERTUS. [ROBERTO VALTURIO]. - [VALTURIO’S FAMOUS ILLUSTRATED MILITARY TREATISE]
Parisiis, apud Christinum Wechelum, MD.XXXII [1532]. Folio (331x204 mm). Bound in contemporary half vellum with title in contemporary hand to spine. Spine made of vellum leaf from Antiphonary Lower part of spine with wormhole. Title-page with circular repair (measuring 32x32 mm), not affecting text. Previous owner's ?name to title-page and two leaves with a few marginal annotation in the same hand. The following pages with marginal wormtract, far from affecting text: pp. 111-208 and 229-252. Vague dampstain affecting lower part of inner margin of Pp. 185-285, otherwise internally fine. (12), 383, (1) pp. ¶ The Rare first edition of Valturio's landmark work to be printed printed in France. The work constitutes the very first book "printed with illustrations of a technical or scientific character" (PMM). The magnificent woodcuts are 'reversed free copies' (Mortimer) of the blocks used to illustrate the second edition (Verona, 1483) which were in turn copied from the first edition (Verona: Johannes, 1472). Cockle notes that these illustrations were 'said to be from da Vinci's drawings'. (Cockle p. 134). The De Re Militari is essentially a compendium of the latest techniques and devices for scaling walls, catapulting missiles, ramming fortifications, and torturing enemies and the work marks the transition between Medieval and Renaissance warfare with the application of cannons and gunpowder. <br><br>Soon after it's first appearance in 1472 The work became a primary handbook for Renaissance princes and military leaders: Leonardo da Vinci made use of it while acting as chief eng … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-06-09 06:03:14
LUTHER, Martin
Excudebat Iohannes Lufft, 1532. LUTHER, Martin. In Esaiam prophetam scholia ex Doctori Martini Lutheri praelectionibus collecta [WITH] Id., Ecclesiastes Solomonis, cum annotationibus Doctori Martini Lutheri Wittenberg, Excudebat Iohannes Lufft, 1532. £4500 FIRST EDITIONS. 8vo, two works in one volume: 1) ff. (viii) 264, Aa8 a-z8 A-K8; ff. 2) (iv) 126, (no signature)4 A-Q8. Italic and Roman letter. Title page of first commentary within elaborate border; at foot page, coat of arms of the house of Frederick III, called the Wise, Elector of Saxony and protector of Luther. Early autograph on t-p (perhaps a certain “Christoph. Dimberg” from Wiehe in Thuringia); ms. ex libris on front pastedown, unclear, with shelf mark and other notes. Second title within a classical border decorated with head profiles: a laureate imperial portrait to the top and figures in armour to the foot of the page; verso with full-page annotation in German. Handwritten chapter reference number on top outer corner of pages. Marginal browning and dampstaining, occasional thumb marks and ink spotting, and marginalia throughout. Final leaf with outer corners torn, no text loss. In contemporary German blind-stamped and tooled pigskin over boards with figures and floral motives, catches and remains of clasps. Two rare first editions of Luther in a contemporary anthology. Luther treats Isaiah and his message as one still relevant for modern times, in fact for all time. The lesson is that God in Jesus Christ comes to the rescue of God’s people in God’s own good time, just as God did to the nation and government of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2018-05-14 10:05:50
HUTTICH, Johann (ca 1480-1544) and Simon GRYNAEUS (1493-1541).
Basel: Johannes Hervagius, 1532. Folio (12 x 8 2/8 inches). Woodcut printer's device on title-page and last leaf, LARGE WOODCUT FOLDING MAP (a bit spotted, one or two small holes at creases), woodcut illustrations in the text (early gatherings lightly browned, a few mostly marginal pale stains and one or two spots). Contemporary blindstamped pigskin over wooden bevelled boards, each panel decorated in panels with broad fillets of alternating roll tools of portraits of "Venus" and "Lucretia" with the date 1532, and a heads in medallion roll, filled in with tudor rose and thistle tools, spine in five compartments with four raised bands, with early paper library labels in two, brass clasps and catches (extremities scuffed with some minor loss); preserved in brown morocco backed slipcase and chemise. Provenance: The near contemporary ownership inscriptions of Johannes Craesselius on the title-page, whose name appears in a copy of Rithaymer's "De orbis terrarum situ com- pendium" 1532, now at the University of Graz; manuscript library catalogue designation of the Society of Jesus, Graz dated August 1633 on the title-page; and a later inscription placing the book in their Mathematical library dated 1674 also on the title-page; Frank Sherwin Streeter (1918-2006), his sale, Christie's, Frank S. Streeter Library: Navigation, Pacific Voyages, Cartography, 16th April 2007, lot 273, $50,400 First edition, with the celebrated world map "Typus cosmographicus universalis", with an ANGEL AT EACH POLE WITH A CRANK TO TURN THE WORLD ON ITS AXIS which at the time of the first edition was a vi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-05-06 00:12:01
Albert Durer
Published by Hieronymus Andreae [In aedib viduae Durerianae], 1532. Illustrated by Albert Durer , first volume, [2] Ai-Oiii [1][79 leaves including folded], second volume, a1-j5 [55 leaves including folded], 268 pages across the 2 books, 12 leaves in facsimilie, illustrated throughout with black and white line drawings, 96 full page illustrations, 4 folded plus 24 within the text, also various tables within the text, text in Latin , slight wear to spine and corners of boards, previous owners bookplate on front pastedown, inscribed to the title page, a margin and in text correction, pages generally clean, overall in very good condition Hardback
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2018-04-13 05:00:49
Balbi, Giovanni Francesco; Balbo, Giovanni
1532. Lyon, 1532. Third edition. Scarce Copy of Treatise On the Roman Law of Prescription Balbi, Giovanni Francesco [fl. 1510-1540]. [Henricus, de Segusio, Cardinal (Hostiensis) (c. 1200-1271)]. Tractatus de Prescriptionibus: Tractatus Secundus et Perutilis Profunde Subtilis[que] ac Quotidiane Materie o[mn]is Prescriptio[n]is ta[m] Civilis Q[uam] Canonice, Qui de Prescriptionib[us] Inscribit[ur]. [Lyon: Impressa Lugd. per Benedict[us] Bonyn. 1532 die vero. xxix]. [xxii], 208 ff. Main text in parallel columns with side-notes. Octavo (7" x 5"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, spine and joints covered in later paper with a contrasting hand-lettered title label, "245" in tint hand to head of spine, faint hand-lettered title and "T.B.B." in tiny hand to head of front cover, ties lacking. Light soiling and a few minor stains, chip to paper near foot of spine, pastedowns loose, upper section of front pastedown neatly removed. Title page with architectural border and large Bonyn device printed in red and black. Moderate toning, light foxing in a few places, faint staining to margins of 12 leaves at rear of text block, early annotations and underlining to some passages, light soiling to title page. $4,000. * Third edition. Originally published in 1511, this treatise addresses the Roman law of prescription, the principle whereby a right or liability is created or extinguished over a certain period of time, usually in regard to a property title. It also includes an edition of a short treatise on this subject by Henricus de Segusio. It was a popular work that went through s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-04-02 16:53:04
Johannes aus Deventer
VD 16, J 546 - Nicht in Adams u. STC.- "Johannes Deventer hielt 1532 als Prediger an der Hauptkirche zu Münster in Westfalen ein Religionsgespräch gegen den zwinglianisch gesinnten Bernhard Rothmann und veröffentlichte den Hauptinhalt seiner Beweisführung im folgenden Jahr unter dem Titel Christianae veritas telum . Als Domprediger zu Köln trat er für die Erhaltung des katholischen Glaubens im Rheinland ein..." (BBKL III, 338).- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, einige zeitgenöss. Anmerkungen, wenige Bll. wasserrandig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2018-03-24 20:14:34
MAZZOLINI, Silvestro
OF THE UTMOST RARITY. MAZZOLINI, Silvestro (also known as Silvestro da Prierio). Trialogo chiamato Philamore [with] Id., Vita di Santa Maria Maddalena; Canzone in lode di Santa Maria Maddalena. Venice, per Francesco Bindoni, & Mapheo Pasini compagni, 1532; n.p. n.d. £1250 8vo, two works in one volume. “Trialogo”: ff. 24, A-C8; “Vita” and “Canzone”: A-E8 (quire A lacking). Roman letter, title in Gothic type. One large decorated initial, capital spaces with guide-letters, printer’s device on colophon. Text in prose and verse. Light thumb marking on verso of second-to-last leaf of first work, two final leaves of the Trialogo with marginal spotting due to paper oxidation, early ms. calculation at lower colophon margin. Bound in modern vellum over boards. A fresh copy in excellent condition. This is an extremely scarce book being copy the third edition of Mazzolini’s Trialogue between Jesus Christ, Mary Magdalene and Philamore, which was first printed as an incunabular edition in Padua in 1485. The work is devoted to the noblewoman Adriana, the wife of the Count and knight Ludovico da Thiene from Vicenza. Silvestro Mazzolini (1456?-1523) was a theologian of the Dominican Order born in Prierio (Piedmont), who is remembered as one of the first harsh critics of Martin Luther’s theological stance. The Trialogo is bound together with an incomplete edition, seemingly unknown, of the “Life of Saint Mary Magdalene” with “Song in Praise of Saint Mary Magdalene”, first published in 1500 in Bologna as a double-column incunabular imprint. The quality of the paper and types used look identic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-22 20:19:17
Dolce, Ludovico.- Dragoncino, Giovanni Baptista.
s.i, - Francisco Bindone y Mafeo Pasini, 1532-1536., [Venecia] - Venecia. Dos raros libros de "caballerías" en verso, publicados en la primera mitad del siglo XVI en la gran Venecia. [1]: 52 folios sin numerar, signaturas A4 - N4 (falta la primera hoja, signatura A1,que hace de portada). Falto de la portada, que es la primera hoja de la obra. Sigue la dedicatoria y texto en verso a dos columnas y letra romana. Empieza: "Allo illustrissimo signor Federigo Gonzaga / primo duca di Mantova. / Giovan Batista dragoncito da Fano. / Marphisa Bizarrra. / Canto Primo"[.]. [2]: 78 folios sin numerar, signa turas A6, B-T4. Portada con grabado en madera a plena página de estilo manierista. Texto en verso a dos columnas con tipografía itálica. Ligeros puntos de polilla que afectan un número de hojas. Encuadernación de la época en plena piel con hierros dorados en las esquinas y nervios, muy gastada. Guardas de manuscritos sobre pergamino del s.XV. 21x15,5 cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Delstres [Canet de Mar, BCN, Spain]
2018-03-22 06:11:39
Ludovico Ariosto
Sessa, 1532. In-8°; cc. (40) grande ritratto dell'autore inciso su legno al frontespizio. Legatura in cartonato moderno. Agnelli 2, pp. 119-120
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-03-22 06:11:39
Ludovico Ariosto
Sessa, 1532. In-8°; cc. (32), grande ritratto dell'autore inciso su legno al frontespizio. Legatura in cartonato moderno. Edizione originale. Agnelli 2, pp. 109-110.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-03-19 17:31:24
LIVIUS TITUS (LIVIO)
Lucantonio Giunta, 1532. In folio, c.nn. 4, numerate 312 (col registro), 16. Seguono, con la Chronologia di Glareano e gli indici, 40 c.nn., con il loro registro in fine. Al frontespizio e al verso dell'ultima carta, grande marchio tipografico. Bei capilettera figurati. Importante edizione in buon esemplare, fra le prime a comprendere i cinque libri della quinta decade. Qualche macchia marginale nelle prime carte e in alcune altre. Buoni margini. Legatura posteriore in pergamena con nervature al dorso. (Adams, L 1328; renouard, XXVIII, 108).
Bookseller: Studio Meroni Marisa [Italy]
2018-03-19 17:28:24
LIVIUS TITUS.
L. Giunta,, Venetiis, 1532. In-folio (cm. 30), cc. (4) 312 (40). Marchio tipografico con il giglio al frontespizio (ripetuto in fine) e bei capolettera decorati. Solida legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida. Antica nota manoscritta di possesso depennata al frontespizio ed alcune note al verso dell'ultima carta. Esemplare genuino, marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Ottima edizione, assai stimata dalle bibliografie. Cfr. Adams L. 1328. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2018-03-19 17:09:14
CASARRUBIOS, ALPHONSE DE
Venetis: Joan. Antonium Fratres De Sabio, 1532. Joan. Antonium Fratres De Sabio, Venetis, 1532. Second Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Ex library with label removed from back strip, pocket in back, ownership emboss base of title page. Rebound in simulated vellum, little soiling, rubbed. Was somewhat close trimmed when rebound but no text missing. Last several pages have worm holes at bottom, but no text obliterated. First published in 1530, this 1532 Venetian printing is a variant from those found in major library catalogs, with different printer and a few more leaves. Author's name is also found spelled with one 'r' but with two in this work. Size: 24mo 5" - 6" tall. 247 leaves. Text is in Latin. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2 pounds or less. Category: Religion & Theology; Renaissance 16thc to 17thc; Latin Language; Antiquarian & Rare. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 6644. .
Bookseller: Noah's Ark Book Attic [U.S.A.]
2018-02-26 17:54:27
HUTTICH, Johann (ca 1480-1544) and Simon GRYNAEUS (1493-1541).
Basel: Johannes Hervagius, 1532. Folio (12 x 8 2/8 inches). Woodcut printer's device on title-page and last leaf, LARGE WOODCUT FOLDING MAP (a bit spotted, one or two small holes at creases), woodcut illustrations in the text (early gatherings lightly browned, a few mostly marginal pale stains and one or two spots). Contemporary blindstamped pigskin over wooden bevelled boards, each panel decorated in panels with broad fillets of alternating roll tools of portraits of "Venus" and "Lucretia" with the date 1532, and a heads in medallion roll, filled in with tudor rose and thistle tools, spine in five compartments with four raised bands, with early paper library labels in two, brass clasps and catches (extremities scuffed with some minor loss); preserved in brown morocco backed slipcase and chemise. Provenance: The near contemporary ownership inscriptions of Johannes Craesselius on the title-page, whose name appears in a copy of Rithaymer's "De orbis terrarum situ com- pendium" 1532, now at the University of Graz; manuscript library catalogue designation of the Society of Jesus, Graz dated August 1633 on the title-page; and a later inscription placing the book in their Mathematical library dated 1674 also on the title-page; Frank Sherwin Streeter (1918-2006), his sale, Christie's, Frank S. Streeter Library: Navigation, Pacific Voyages, Cartography, 16th April 2007, lot 273, $50,400 First edition, with the celebrated world map "Typus cosmographicus universalis", with an ANGEL AT EACH POLE WITH A CRANK TO TURN THE WORLD ON ITS AXIS which at the time of the first edition was a vi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-02-26 17:54:27
HUTTICH, Johann (ca 1480-1544) and Simon GRYNAEUS (1493-1541).
Paris: Antoine Augerelle, for Jean Petit, 8 Nov 1532. Folio (12 x 8 inches). Title-page with woodcut printer's device of Jean Petit, folding woodcut map of the world by Oronce Fine (1494-1555), 1531 (lower margin of map close cut, left blank margin slightly shaved and with extended margin, occasional light spotting to text). 18th-century vellum over paste-board, lettered in ink on spine "Variorum Geographia" and "Grynaeus Novus Orbis 94" (three small areas of light abrasion on the spine); modern quarter brown morocco clamshell box. Provenance: Near contemporary ownership inscription of Carolus Bartolomeus Ranasius Cremonensis at the foot of the title-page; 18th-century inscription "No 94 Variorum Auctorum" in the upper right-hand margin of the title-page. The first appearance of Magellan's name on a map. First published in Basel the same year, this is an exceptionally fine copy with the RARE WORLD MAP BY ORONCE FINE, the most prominent French cartographer of the 16th-century. Fine's double-cordiform (or heart-shaped) projection of the world is a modification of Werner's cordiform, but first employed by Fine in his world map of 1519. This new form which shows both the north and south poles went on to be used by Mercator in his 1538 world map and by Lafreri in 1560 and is a logical departure from the speculative geography of Waldseemüller and Ruysch. Fine names the lower Pacific "Mare Magellanium", which is the first appearance of Magellan's name on a map. Interestingly, the definition of the Antarctic land mass is surprisingly accurate given the lack of any knowl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-02-26 17:54:27
HUTTICH, Johann (ca 1480-1544) and Simon GRYNAEUS (1493-1541).
Paris: Antoine Augerelle, for Jean Petit, 8 Nov 1532. Folio (12 x 8 inches). Title-page with woodcut printer's device of Jean Petit, folding woodcut map of the world by Oronce Fine (1494-1555), 1531 (lower margin of map close cut, left blank margin slightly shaved and with extended margin, occasional light spotting to text). 18th-century vellum over paste-board, lettered in ink on spine "Variorum Geographia" and "Grynaeus Novus Orbis 94" (three small areas of light abrasion on the spine); modern quarter brown morocco clamshell box. Provenance: Near contemporary ownership inscription of Carolus Bartolomeus Ranasius Cremonensis at the foot of the title-page; 18th-century inscription "No 94 Variorum Auctorum" in the upper right-hand margin of the title-page. The first appearance of Magellan's name on a map. First published in Basel the same year, this is an exceptionally fine copy with the RARE WORLD MAP BY ORONCE FINE, the most prominent French cartographer of the 16th-century. Fine's double-cordiform (or heart-shaped) projection of the world is a modification of Werner's cordiform, but first employed by Fine in his world map of 1519. This new form which shows both the north and south poles went on to be used by Mercator in his 1538 world map and by Lafreri in 1560 and is a logical departure from the speculative geography of Waldseemüller and Ruysch. Fine names the lower Pacific "Mare Magellanium", which is the first appearance of Magellan's name on a map. Interestingly, the definition of the Antarctic land mass is surprisingly accurate given the lack of any knowl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-02-22 19:20:42
Livy]. Titus Livius; and Lucius Florus.
Florentiae (Florence]: Bernardi Juntae [Bernardo Giunta], May 1532., 1532.. Good. - Small octavo, 6-1/2 inches high by 4 inches wide. Bound in full early natural vellum titled in holograph on the spine. The covers are slightly warped and stained. The collation is as follows: [1] blank, leaves [1] through 131, and [1] leaf illustrated with an attractive printer's mark; followed by leaves [1] to 52, with an attractive pictorial title page illustrated with a variant printer's mark. (The leaves are numbered on the rectos only, thus the first book has 264 pages and the second book has 104 pages). The colophon is printed on the verso of leaf 131. As issued, pages 42, 44 and 46 are misnumbered as 34, 6, and 38 respectively. There is evidence of early worming affecting the endpapers and pastedowns as well as the inner and outer edges of the last page. The hinges are cracked and the rear endpaper is torn. There is otherwise only occasional minor foxing and faint occasional staining. Good. Mounted on the front pastedown is Leo Samuel Loschi's discreet attractive book label "Ex libri Leonis S. Olschki bibliopolae Veneti". Leo Samuel Olschki founded the Libreria Antiquaria Editrice in Verona, Italy in 1886. The firm moved to its permanent home in Florence in 1897. It is among Italy's most distinguished publishers of important works in the humanities.This book subsequently came into the collection of Arthur Mullin, with his serpent & anchor bookplate mounted on the front pastedown.As noted by Bandino ["De Florentina Juntarum Typographia"], the second work by Lucius Florus does not inc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd. [Cadyville, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-02-17 22:15:43
HERMES TRISMEGISTE
Bâle, Isengrin, 1532. ______ Format : In-8. [ 160 x 106 mm] Collation : 480 [i.e. 460], (4) pp. Reliure : Veau, plats estampés, dos à nerfs, tranches dorées. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ Ce "Corpus Hermeticum" est la source majeure des doctrines occultes à la Renaissance. Edition préparée par Lefèvre d'Etaples, dans la traduction latine de Marcile Ficin. Avec les textes d'Asclepius, Jamblichus et Proclus. Le premier est un dialogue entre Asclepius et Hermes Trismegiste, offrant une intéressante description de la religion des Egyptiens, qui comme l'auteur le regrette, est sur le point de disparaître. Ex-libris manuscrit sur la page de titre : Dubourg, daté de 1571, qui a écrit "Vita Brevis" dans la marge supérieure. Importantes restaurations à la reliure. Adams H-345. *-------*.
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2018-02-17 19:48:59
GUYMIER, Cosma
Paris: Galeotus a Prato, 1532. Following his victory in the Battle of Marignano in September, 1515, Francis I of France, barely 21 years of age, negotiated with Pope Leo X to form what would become known as the Concordat of Bologna. It was signed in Rome on August 18, 1516, and confirmed the King's right to tithe, and the Pope's right to collect all income the Catholic Church made in France. But most importantly it would prove to be the ground rules for the limited Reformation in France in the coming years. The present book contains the text of the Concordat, as well as the Pragmatica Sanctio, the Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges (1438), which the Concordat of Bologna was designed to supersede. The Pragmatica Sanctio is glossed by Cosma Guymier. Octavo, 141 x 86 x 18 mm (binding), 138 x 83 x 14 mm (text block). a-r8, 136 ff. Bound in contemporary calf, unlettered. Rebacked, worn, loss of leather to extremities, front free endpaper pasted down to board, rear free endpaper lacking, all edges gilt. Interior: minor scattered staining, quite clean. Provenance: Attractive early manuscript cipher to upper pastedown containing letters K, N, E, T, O, and L; on pastedown, in manuscript, large K with "15" underneath; in manuscript to head margin of title, 17th-c. inscription: Collegij Societatis Jesu Meebliniæ M. B.; in manuscript beneath title, illegible inscription with cipher dated 1549.
Bookseller: W. S. Cotter Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2018-02-08 19:12:07
ALAMANNI Luigi
Lugduni, Sebast. Gryphius, 1532. In-16 p. (mm. 152x105), parte I (su 2), p. pergam. antica, tit. ms. al dorso, pp. (8),435,(13); al frontespizio emblema del dedicatario Francesco I re di Francia (Salamandra fra le fiamme. Nutrisco, estinguo); al verso dell'ultima carta la marca tipografica con il Grifone, in silografia. Offriamo la parte prima che contiene una raccolta di sonetti, elegie, satire, egloghe e salmi penitenziali (la seconda venne pubblicata l'anno successivo).<br> Cfr. Gamba,14: “Raro. Della “Parte Prima” havvi un'edizione di Firenze, colla impresa del Giglio, dello stesso anno 1532.. Il Mazzuchelli dubitò se l'edizione lionese fosse anteriore alla fiorentina; ma il Quadrio e il Poggiali, le danno senz'altro la preferenza. <br> La rarità di queste prime edizioni principalmente proviene, se vogliasi credere a Nicolò Franco, dagli ordini dati dal pontefice Clemente VII di farle bruciare in Roma, perchè l'autore "piangeva in esse la rovina della sua patria, biasimando la tirannide, e confortando i suoi cittadini alla libertà" Sappiamo dal Manni, che anche i librai fiorentini furono condannati in gravose multe dal duca di Alessandro per la vendita che ne facevano..”.<br> Cfr. anche Adams,I, p. 13 - Cat. British Library, p. 12 per l'ediz. dei Giunta, Firenze - Graesse,I,50.<br> Allentato al risg. anter., corto del margine sup., con uniformi arross. più o meno pesanti interc. nel t. ma complessivam. discreto esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
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2018-02-08 19:11:55
ALAMANNI Luigi
Giunta, 1532. in-8, pp. (8), 435, (11), caratt. corsivo. Leg. 600sca p.pelle, doppio filetto oro ai piatti, dorso a nervi con fregi e titolo oro, tagli rossi. Emblema dei Giunti sul titolo e al verso dell'ultimo foglio. Edizione contemporanea a quella di Lione che fu impressa in 2 volumi ed è riconosciuta come l'originale. Questo volume corrisponde alla ''Prima parte'' dell'opera e contiene 30 elegie, 14 egloghe, 178 sonetti con 5 ballate e 2 canzoni; la Favola di Narciso in ottava rima; il Diluvio romano e la Favola di Atlante; 12 satire e i sette Salmi Penitenziali in terza rima. Edizione dedicata (come anche quella di Lione) a Francesco I. Esemplare con i margini superiori rifilati, qualche lieve ingiallitura e difetti all'ultimo foglio.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-02-08 19:11:16
ALAMANNI Luigi
Sebast. Gryphius. In-16 p. (mm. 152x105), parte I (su 2), p. pergam. antica, tit. ms. al dorso, pp. (8),435,(13); al frontespizio emblema del dedicatario Francesco I re di Francia (Salamandra fra le fiamme. Nutrisco, estinguo); al verso dell'ultima carta la marca tipografica con il Grifone, in silografia. Offriamo la parte prima che contiene una raccolta di sonetti, elegie, satire, egloghe e salmi penitenziali (la seconda venne pubblicata l'anno successivo). Cfr. Gamba,14: "Raro. Della "Parte Prima" havvi un'edizione di Firenze, colla impresa del Giglio, dello stesso anno 1532.. Il Mazzuchelli dubitò se l'edizione lionese fosse anteriore alla fiorentina; ma il Quadrio e il Poggiali, le danno senz'altro la preferenza. La rarità di queste prime edizioni principalmente proviene, se vogliasi credere a Nicolò Franco, dagli ordini dati dal pontefice Clemente VII di farle bruciare in Roma, perchè l'autore "piangeva in esse la rovina della sua patria, biasimando la tirannide, e confortando i suoi cittadini alla libertà" Sappiamo dal Manni, che anche i librai fiorentini furono condannati in gravose multe dal duca di Alessandro per la vendita che ne facevano..". Cfr. anche Adams,I, p. 13 - Cat. British Library, p. 12 per l'ediz. dei Giunta, Firenze - Graesse,I,50. Allentato al risg. anter., corto del margine sup., con uniformi arross. più o meno pesanti interc. nel t. ma complessivam. discreto esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2018-02-08 19:09:47
Alamanni L.
Gryphius, 1532. 2 volumi in 8° piccolo pagine (8)-435-(13); (4)-292 (8) cartoncino settecentesco rimontato dorso rinforzato con carta decorata, muto. Leggera arrossatura uniforme delle carte. Bell'esemplare. Prima edizione variante con l'ultima carta del secondo vulome con marca tipografica e data anziché bianca (vedi Gamba n°14)
Bookseller: Librante srl [IT]
2018-02-08 19:09:28
ALAMANNI Luigi
Gryphius Seb, 1532. in-8, pp. (8), 435, (13), legatura coeva p. perg. rigida, tit. ms. al dorso. Impresa tipogr. al tit., altra diversa in fine, testo in car. corsivo, spazio con lettera-guida per le iniz. Prima edizione della prima parte (la seconda uscirà l'anno seguente) della celebre opera (la contemporanea ediz. fiorentina di Giunta è ritenuta posteriore dai bibliografi). Questa prima parte, che può stare a sé, contiene 30 elegie, 14 egloghe, 178 sonetti con 5 ballate e 2 canzoni; la Favola di Narciso in ottava rima; il Diluvio romano e la Favola di Atlante; 12 satire e i sette Salmi Penitenziali in terza rima. Luigi Alamanni (Firenze 1495 - Parigi 1556) fu illustre letterato ed uomo politico negli ultimi periodi della Repubblica fiorentina, caduta la quale andò esulte in Francia dove ebbe grandi onori da Francesco I e Enrico II. Buon esempl. (due antiche firme di possesso sul tit., forellino di tarlo alle pp. 369-418, senza danno al testo).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-02-08 10:24:09
PLATO (PLATONE)
In Officina Frobeniana (Froben), 1532. In folio, c.nn. 6, p. 959(1). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e al colophon. Capilettera e alcune incisioni xilografiche n.t. (figure geometriche). Sesta edizione nella traduzione di Marsilio Ficino, la prima con le revisioni del teologo protestante Simon Grynaeus. Qualche leggero alone all'angolo superiore esterno. Minime mende al frontespizio e all'ultima carta. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle. Fregi al dorso. Mancano i risguardi.(Adams, P 1445; Graesse, V 320
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marisa Meroni [IT]
2018-02-05 20:03:35
Brunfels, Otho (Brunnfelß Brunfelß Otto):
Straßburg, Han Schotten zum Thyergarten 1532 - Nach rechter vollkommener art / und Beschreibungen der Alten / besstberümpten ärtzt / vormals in Teutscher sprach / der masßen nye gesehen / noch im Truck außgangen. Reprint des 1532 - 1537 erschienenen Orignals by Verlag Konrad Kölbl, Grünwald bei München, 1964. -- 16 Blatt (nicht nummeriert), (32) + CCCXXXII (332) + (14) Seiten Register + (4) Seiten Titelei des "Ander Teyl des Teutschen Contrafayten Kreuterbuchs" + CLXXIII (173) + (2) Seiten Register, 7 Blatt (nicht nummeriert). Ca. 28 cm x ca. 20,5 cm, ca. 6 cm stark, ca. 2,3 kg schwer. Deckel in weißem Pergament, Rücken in braunem Leder mit goldgeprägtem Pergament-Rückenschildchen und vier (falschen) Rückenbünden. Nicht berieben oder bestoßen. Keine Einträge. Papier nicht gebräunt, nicht fleckig. Bindung sehr gut und fest, wirkt ungelesen. Zustand insgesamt I (deutsche Schulnotenskala). Auf Wunsch senden wir Ihnen gerne per E-Mail Fotos des Werkes zu.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lycaste
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