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2016-10-09 11:22:21
DÜRER, Albrecht
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2016-10-08 13:00:28
DÜRER, Albrecht
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2016-10-08 13:00:28
DÜRER, Albrecht
Nürnberg: in aedib. viduae Durerianae, 1532. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (301 x 204 mm). 80 unnumbered leaves (last blank). Signatures: A-E6 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. 18th-century vellum over pasteboards with gilt-lettered morocco spine label (extremities little rubbed, corners bumped, little worming to boards, head of spine and endpapers), marbled endpapers, blue-colored edges. Minor browning and spotting to text, title and a few other pages with light brown stains, erased stamp(?) on final leaf. Provenance: bookplate with monogram "VGL" to front pastedown and small stamp to title-page. A fine, unmarked and unrestored copy. ---- Adams D-1044; Fairfax Murray German Books 152; Bohatta 20. - First Latin edition by Camerarius of book I and II of the "Vier Bücher der menschlichen Proportion" (books III and IV were published in 1534 under the title "De varietate"). The woodcuts are derived from the German edition of 1528. Unlike his Italian contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, who published nothing, Dürer lived and worked in the world of printing and engraving. Dürer's treatise on human proportion was the earliest of the three theoretical works written in his later years. Dürer began formulating mathematical rules for the proportions of the human form soon after his first trip to Venice in 1494-5. For his mathematical formulations he drew upon the works of antiquity as well as th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2016-10-08 13:00:28
DÜRER, Albrecht
Nürnberg: in aedib. viduae Durerianae, 1532. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (301 x 204 mm). 80 unnumbered leaves (last blank). Signatures: A-E6 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. 18th-century vellum over pasteboards with gilt-lettered morocco spine label (extremities little rubbed, corners bumped, little worming to boards, head of spine and endpapers), marbled endpapers, blue-colored edges. Minor browning and spotting to text, title and a few other pages with light brown stains, erased stamp(?) on final leaf. Provenance: bookplate with monogram "VGL" to front pastedown and small stamp to title-page. A fine, unmarked and unrestored copy. ---- Adams D-1044; Fairfax Murray German Books 152; Bohatta 20. - First Latin edition by Camerarius of book I and II of the "Vier Bücher der menschlichen Proportion" (books III and IV were published in 1534 under the title "De varietate"). The woodcuts are derived from the German edition of 1528. Unlike his Italian contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, who published nothing, Dürer lived and worked in the world of printing and engraving. Dürer's treatise on human proportion was the earliest of the three theoretical works written in his later years. Dürer began formulating mathematical rules for the proportions of the human form soon after his first trip to Venice in 1494-5. For his mathematical formulations he drew upon the works of antiquity as well as th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2016-09-26 12:40:12
VALTURIO Roberto ou Robert Valturin ou Robertus Valturius - Sigismond MALATESTA - Matteo DI PASTI
Apud Christianum Wechelum - Christian WechelParis [Parisiis] 1532 In-Folio (31,5 x 22,5 cm), [6 feuillets non chiffrés]-383 pages et 66 feuillets-[1 feuillet blanc]. Plein vélin souple d'époque, titre manuscrit au dos. PREMIERE ET RARE IMPRESSION PARISIENNE DE CE CELEBRE OUVRAGE dont la rarissime édition originale est parue en latin également à Vérone en 1472, suivie par une édition tout aussi rare en italien en 1482 ou 1483. La traduction en français (très peu courante elle non plus) sera plus tardive, en 1555, avec un nouveau tirage des mêmes gravures. Cette édition de Christian Wechel, imprimeur originaire d'Allemagne qui se rendit célèbre par la beauté de ses ouvrages, reprend les illustrations de l'édition en italien : 97 BOIS GRAVES (DE NOMBREUX A PLEINE PAGE) PAR MATTEO PASTI, l'un des meilleurs graveurs de médailles de la Renaissance qui fut l'élève puis l'assistant de Pisanello. L'auteur de ce traité, Roberto Valturio (1405-1475), fut quant à lui conseiller de Malatesta, le fameux condotierre, seigneur de Rimini, Fano et Cesena. Ce sont en fait les idées techniques de ce dernier sur l'art militaire que Valturio mis en forme dans son ouvrage. Celui-ci eut une grande influence durant tout le XVIe siècle et au-delà. Ainsi, le "Traité de l'art militaire" de Léonard de Vinci procède en grande partie de ce De Re Militari de Valturio : de nombreux passages n'en sont que des extraits et pour ses dessins, il s'inspire aussi de ceux de Pasti. RELIE A LA SUITE un autre traité célèbre pour son érudition : De Disciplina Militari de DOMENICO CILLENIO ou Domenicus Cyllenius, che … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Pottier
2016-09-25 14:52:49
Maestro del Dado (Attivo a Roma, metà XVI sec.)
1532. Bulino, privo di dati editoriali. Da un soggetto di Perin del Vaga o Luzio Romano. Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, leggere abrasioni al verso, per il resto in buono stato di conservazione. Questa incisione è parte di una serie di 6 lavori ornamentali che il Maestro del Dado realizza da disegni di Perin del Vaga. L'inscrizione che esiste sulla terza stampa della serie (Bartsch 82) indica che la serie riproduce degli affreschi ornamentali della Casa Aurea di Nerone, i cui scavi furono iniziati verso la fine del XV secolo. Bartsch attribuisce i disegni preparatori a Raffaello, il Passavant al suo allievo Giovanni da Udine. Più recentemente Oberhuber ha scoperto agli Uffizi un disegno preparatorio attribuito a Perin del Vaga e la Massari invece assegna alla mano di Luzio Romano. Engraving, without publishing details. After Perino del Vaga or Luzio Romano. A good impression, printed con contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the platemark, good condition. This work is part of a set pf six ornamental engravings by the Master of the Die. The poem inscribed on plate 3 (Bartsch 82) of the series indicates that the prints represent grotesque designs of the walls of buried ruins of grottoes in Rome, particularly Emperor Nero's Golden House, which was excavated from the 1480s. Bartsch thought the designs were by Raphael, while Passavant ascribed them to Giovanni da Udine. Konrad Oberhuber discovered a preparatory drawing for the print in the Uffizi (inv. no. 1800), attributed to Perino del Vaga; see 'Observations on Perino as a Draughtsman,' Master Dr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-09-23 09:57:28
COLLAERT (Adrian)
S.l., Sadler excudit, (fin XVI°-début XVII°s.). suite de 12 gravures en taille-douce, environ 140 x 190 cm au sujet, sans marges. Reliées en un volume in-4, dos de chagrin brun, chaque planche est coupée au sujet, montée sur une feuille de papier vergé ancien et protégée par une serpente. (Reliure du XIX°s.). Belle suite gravée par Adrian Collaert (actif fin XVI°, début XVII°s.), d'après Martin de Vos (1532 - 1603), éditée par un membre de la dynastie Sadeler, graveurs et marchands d'estampes actifs à cette époque. Il semble s'agir d'un choix tiré de séries plus importantes ayant pour sujet la vie du Christ. Pas de titre. Les planches sont numérotées I à XII dans la partie supérieure, la première porte "Vita Christi". Elles sont légendées par une citation latine tirée des Écritures. Le baptême du Christ ; le voyage en Galilée ; Jésus appelle Mathieu ; Les Noces de Cana ; Le Sermon sur la montagne ; Jésus guérit un lépreux ; Le paralytique ; Jésus apaise la tempête ; Jésus et la femme de Samarie ; La multiplication des pains ; Jésus et Nicodème ; La résurrection de Lazare. - De la collection Louis Ferrand (Étiquette). Les planches sont en bon état, menus frottements à la reliure.
Bookseller: Librairie Devaux
2016-09-20 18:11:14
PAUL D'ÉGINE;
Basilae Andreas Cratander et Johannes Bebel 1532 In-4 de (24)-513-(3) pp. (pâles mouillures au cahier h et marginale sur les feuillets liminaires) Relié à la suite : CELSE. Celsi De Medicina libri octo. Luce Antonii florentini impressi (Florence, Luce Antonius), 1524. In-4 gothique à deux colonnes de (4)-45 ff. Premier feuillet sali. Ensemble deux pièces reliées en 1 vol. in-4, vélin à rabats, titre manuscrit sur le dos (reliure de l'époque). Notes manuscrites anciennes. Première édition latine par Albano Torino du traité de médecine de Paul d'Égine, établie sur le texte grec publié en 1528 et imprimée à Bâle par Cratander et Bebel. Le livre VI sur la chirurgie fut publié à part. Il est divisé en sept livres ou traités, dont le premier contient l'art de conserver la santé ; le second traite des fièvres, le troisième, des affections internes en tant qu'elles sont localisées, le quatrième, des maladies externes, le cinquième, des plaies, des morsures, des venins et des poisons ; le sixième, de la chirurgie ; le septième, des médicaments simples et composés. Il récapitule toutes les connaissances médicales depuis Hippocrate. Belle édition gothique du De re medica de Celse, publiée à Florence par Luce Antonius avec sa marque au dernier feuillet. Le De Re Medica fut découvert au XVe siècle à Milan, puis établi et publié une première fois en 1478 à Florence. Il constitue le seul fragment connu d'une vaste encyclopédie du monde romain conçue sous le règne de l'empereur Auguste sous le titre De Artibus et de fait rassemble les connaissances acquises depuis Hippocrate jusqu'à Augus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2016-09-20 18:02:01
NiccolಠZoppino, 1532 agosto. In 8vo, legatura moderna in piena pergamena con ricchi decori in oro e rosso sui piatti e sul dorso, cc. 54, (2). Frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero entro bella bordura xilografica istoriata (firmata GB). Marca tipografica al verso dell'ultima carta. Ottima copia.RARA EDIZIONE del canzoniere del Sannazaro che, rimasto incompiuto, fu pubblicato postumo nel 1530 con il titolo di Sonetti e canzoni (Napoli, Sultzbach). L'edizione fu curata dalla sua amante Cassandra Marchese, cui egli aveva affidato i propri manoscritti.Dopo la princeps napoletana, l'opera fu ristampata numerosissime volte: si contano ben sette edizioni nei soli primi due anni dall'uscita. La presente, come del resto la precedente stampa dello Zoppino del 1531, reca in calce (da p. 48) una terza parte aggiunta, contenente 14 nuove composizioni (tra cui alcuni sonetti, due canzoni ed un capitolo), portando il totale dei componimenti raccolti nel volume da 101 a 115."Il Sannazaro preparò anche due raccolte di versi. Egli lavorò probabilmente per anni, sino al 1494 - 95 circa, a un canzoniere organico di tipo petrarchesco, che poi abbandonò. Tramontata la corte aragonese, Sannazaro considerò finita l'epoca della poesia volgare: negli ultimi trent'anni della vita si dedicò soltanto alla produzione latina e dedicò la sua attenzione soprattutto all'Accademia Pontaniana.. Le sue poesie volgari, mai pubblicate a stampa, restarono affidate manoscritte alla donna amata, di amore corrisposto, Cassandra Marchese, che ne curò l'edizione postuma, nel 1530.. Costituita da due parti diverse e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto
2016-09-05 16:15:56
- Folio (291 x 196 mm). Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband des 16. Jhs., Rücken über 5 erhabenen Bünden, mit 2 intakten Schliessen. Zwei seltene illustrierte deutsche Frühdrucke im zeitgenössischen Sammelband: I) Die abenteuerliche und teils märchenhafte Geschichte Alexanders des Grossen wurde um 1450 durch Johanes Hartlieb (1410-1468) ins Deutsche übertragen. Nach der Strassburger Ausgabe von 1503 durch Bartholomäus Kistler ist dies die zweite deutsche Separatausgabe im 16. Jahrhundert und der insgesamt neunte Druck des Alexanderromans. Als Vorlage für Hartliebs Version diente ihm eine im 12. Jahrhundert entstandene, heute in Paris aufbewahrte, Handschrift. Der Bilderschmuck besteht aus einem schönen, blattgrossen Titelholzschnitt (wiederholt auf Bl. XLVI v.), der den jugendlichen Makedonierkönig auf dem Thron zeigt, einem weiteren Holzschnitt am Schluss (Johannes Hartlieb überreicht dem Herzog Albrecht sein Buch) sowie 93, teilweise wiederholten, Textholzschnitten. Der Holzschnitt auf dem Titelblatt und einige im Text waren zuvor in der Strassburger Edition von Kistler in Strassburg erschienen. Weitere Textholzschnitte stammen aus Matthias Hupfuffs Mandeville-Ausgabe von 1501, bzw. aus dem Fundus verschiedener Starssburger Drucker. - Etwas fleckig und mit Feuchtigkeitsspuren; kleiner Eckabriss auf Bl. VI, hinterlegte Randläsuren auf Titel und Bl. 75-76. - BIBLIOGRAPHIE: - I) VD 16, E-4314; Muller 67, 135; Gotzkowsky 177, 9; Muther 1492; Ritter IV, 799; Schmidt, Hupfuff 112; Duntze, Ein Verleger sucht sein Publikum. Die Strassburger Offizin des M. Hupffuff (2007), Nr. 210 un … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Erasmushaus - Haus der Bücher AG
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2016-08-31 20:57:20
1532. In folio, carte 98, CCII, (1), frontespizio inquadrato da decorativa cornice xilografica, con figure, stemma ed elementi architettonici, numerosi capilettera.Legatura in pergamena coeva vissuta, dorso a tre nervi anticamente rinforzato sul quale è riportato titolo manoscritto. Esemplare marginoso di questa rara edizione degli Statuti Civili di Bologna, inerente gli ordinamenti che vanno dal 1454 al 1510 .
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2016-08-30 18:49:57
PHILOSTRATUS
Gymnicus, 1532. in - 8, pp.(16), 460, (4), car. tondo e corsivo, passaggi in greco. Iniziali silografiche istoriate. (Antica scritta di proprietà sul foglio di titolo, lievi ingialliture). Pregiata edizione. Esemplare in preziosa legatura strettamente coeva, piena pelle granata interamente decorata in oro ai piccoli ferri da artista veneziano o bolognese con filetti e finissimi intrecci vegetali, dorso a nervi con filetti oro, tagli dorati e cesellati. Al centro del piatto anteriore è impressa la scritta "Philostratus de Vi. Ap.Thi.". Al centro del secondo piatto figura il simbolo della "Fortuna" (simili legature sono descritte dal De Marinis, La legatura artistica in Italia XV - XVI sec., nei capitoli su Bologna e Venezia). In ottima conservazione (lieve difetto alla cerniera superiore). Splendido volume.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-08-29 07:20:15
VEGETIUS Renatus Flavius
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).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-08-23 18:13:54
GUAZZO Marco
Gulielmo da Fontaneto, 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).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-08-22 13:08:52
PLATO
In Officina Frobeniana, 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
2016-08-21 08:25:11
Capella Galeazzo Flavio.
apud Io. Petreium,, Norimbergae, 1532 - In-4° (cm. 19,7), legatura in p. pelle maculata con nervi al dorso e filetti a secco; cc. 75 [1b] in ottimo stato, con vignetta silografica al frontespizio, capilettera in silografia; lieve brunitura uniforme, piccolissima integrazione al margine bianco della carta r4, sporadici segni d'uso. Rara edizione della cronaca dei fatti occorsi in Italia per la conquista del ducato di Milano, compreso il Sacco di Roma, dal 1521 al 1530. Capella inviò la sua opera prima della pubblicazione a Benedetto Giovio per la correzione. «Predari 129 cita come prima edizione una di Parigi 1517 che è impossibile» [Hoepli 602] mentre la prima è in realtà in Milano 1531. Di notevole interesse per la storia milanese, ebbe numerose ristampe e traduzioni in italiano e tedesco. Cfr. Graesse II, 41. Ottimo esemplare.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2016-08-19 13:21:07
DANTE, CAVALCANTI, ed altri
Nicolini da Sabbio, 1532. in - 8, ff. 148, legatura antica in p. pergamena rigida, titolo ms. al dorso. Titolo entro bordura silogr. figurata a carattere architettonico, elegante carattere corsivo. Celebre antologia poetica del XIV e XV secolo curata da Bernardo Giunta, contenente sonetti e canzoni di Dante, le rime di Cino da Pistoia, di Guido Cavalcanti, di Dante da Maiano, di Guittone d'Arezzo, di Franc. degli Albizzi, di Lapo Gianni, di Guinizzelli ed di altri poeti del tempo, basata su manoscritti originali ora in gran parte perduti. Nei primi quattro capitoli appaiono per la prima volta parziali versioni del Canzoniere e della Vita Nova di Dante (che venne edita integralmente solo nel 1576). Fedele ristampa, con qualche correzione testuale, della giuntina del 1527, e di questa forse ancora più irriperibile, rimane una rarità filologica e tipografica di fondamentale importanza per i poeti del "dolce stil novo". I Nicolini da Sabbio, originari di Sabbio presso Brescia furono attivi a Venezia nel 1512 - 1550 ca. Esempl. assai bello e fresco (due note antiche di proprietà mss. al tit.).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-05-30 05:12:21
NIGER Stephanus
Orationis de optimo principe Musonij philosophi : De regijs muneribus Isocratis orationis. Ad haec opusculorum quae ipse aedidit, horum versa pagella catalogum recenset. Basileae 1532. Exc. Henricus Petrus. (19,5 x 14,5 cm), k. [12], s. 405, [1], inicj., marginalia, drzeworyt tyt. i na ostatniej str., opr. sk. brąz. z epoki. Grzbiet opr. ze zwięzami i tłoczonym złoc. ornamentem. Otarcia opr. Ślady zaplam. niektórych kart. Na k. przedtyt. odręczne zapiski i exlibris. Książka jest zbiorem esejów autora i tłumaczeń autorów greckich: Ikon Filostratesa, Pieśni Pitagorasa, mów Izokratesa i Muzoniusza. Dzieło dedykowane jest Jean'owi Grolier, francuskiemu humaniście i bibliofilowi. Niger Stephanus (1475-1540) - znany też jako Stefano Negri, filolog, tłumacz i profesor języka greckiego w Mediolanie. Rzadkie. The book is a collection of essays and translations of the Greek authors: Ikon Filostrates, Pythagoras, Isocrates and Musonius. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antykwariat Wójtowicz [Kraków, Poland]
2016-05-11 17:04:08
Ciceronis (M. T.)
Parisis apud Simonem Colinaeum* An. MDXXXII. Mense octobri., 1532. Reliure plein veau marbré (postérieure), dos à cinq nerfs, titre doré sur p. de t., filets et fers dorés, tranches rouges, coupes filetées. Coins et coupes usés, coiffes manquantes.. 10.5/15.5 cm., 4 ff., 276 pp.. Très belle typographie d'une composition et d'une précision stupéfiantes. Jolies lettrines gravées. Dernière page remontée sur onglet. Un carré de papier à été découpé au centre de la page de titre, sans doute pour faire disparaître une marque de propriété manuscrite dont on distingue les contoursÂ… * Simon de Colines Devise : Hanc aciem sola retundit virtus. - Virescit vulnere virtus Imprimeur-libraire, libraire juré de l'université de Paris (1522), graveur et fondeur de caractères. - Né entre 1470 et 1480, peut-être en Champagne. Succède à l'imprimeur-libraire Henri Estienne dont il épouse la veuve. De 1522 à 1526, fait travailler avec lui son beau-fils Robert I Estienne. Décédé avant juin 1546. Entre 1520 et 1531, Simon de Colines grave une vingtaine de polices de lettres romaines et italiques directement inspirées par les caractères d'Alde Manuce. Il est le chef de file de la première génération de graveurs de lettres parisiens, c'est probablement lui qui forme la génération suivante, celle d'Augereau et de Garamont. Dans le courant des années 1520, les polices gravées par Simon de Colines commencent ainsi à remplacer ainsi les fontes d'ancien style que les imprimeurs parisiens continuaient à employer. (cf:garamond.culture(point)fr)
Bookseller: Librairie Traits et Caracteres [France]
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2016-05-10 08:37:47
GUAZZO Marco
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-05-10 08:37:47
GUAZZO Marco
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-05-10 08:37:47
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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-05-06 03:40:00
Martyr, Peter:
Paris: Simon de Colines, [1532]. [8],207 leaves. Small quarto. 18th-century calf, gilt, inner dentelles; rebacked to style, spine gilt with leather label. Bookplates on front pastedown. Some minor soiling. Scattered notations in Spanish in an early hand. Very good. In a cloth clamshell case, leather label. First French edition, and the first collection of voyages printed in the French language, collected by Peter Martyr, the first historian of the Americas. "Peter Martyr (1457-1526) was born near Lake Maggiore. He was a contemporary and friend of Christopher Columbus, Vasco da Gama, Hernan Cortes, Ferdinand Magellan, Sebastian Cabot, and Amerigo Vespucci. Through his friendship with these explorers, as well as from his official position as a member of the Council for the Indies in Spain, he was able to obtain authentic original documents and much valuable information about the discoveries made by the early navigators. His works were held in the highest esteem by his contemporaries and are indispensable as a primary source for the history of the Americas" - Hill. This edition consists of a slightly abridged translation of Peter Martyr's first three Decades (from DE ORBE NOVO, first published in 1516 in Alcala de Henares), and three "narrations," the first being a translation of the first edition (Basel 1521) of Martyr's fourth Decade; the second and third are abridged translations of the Second and Third Letters of Cortes, first published in 1524 at Nuremberg. Cortés' famed Second Letter, dated Oct. 30, 1520, provides a vivid account of the conquest of Mexico, describing the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-05-06 03:40:00
Martyr, Peter:
Paris: Simon de Colines, [1532]. [8],207 leaves. Small quarto. 18th-century calf, gilt, inner dentelles; rebacked to style, spine gilt with leather label. Bookplates on front pastedown. Some minor soiling. Scattered notations in Spanish in an early hand. Very good. In a cloth clamshell case, leather label. First French edition, and the first collection of voyages printed in the French language, collected by Peter Martyr, the first historian of the Americas. "Peter Martyr (1457-1526) was born near Lake Maggiore. He was a contemporary and friend of Christopher Columbus, Vasco da Gama, Hernan Cortes, Ferdinand Magellan, Sebastian Cabot, and Amerigo Vespucci. Through his friendship with these explorers, as well as from his official position as a member of the Council for the Indies in Spain, he was able to obtain authentic original documents and much valuable information about the discoveries made by the early navigators. His works were held in the highest esteem by his contemporaries and are indispensable as a primary source for the history of the Americas" - Hill. This edition consists of a slightly abridged translation of Peter Martyr's first three Decades (from DE ORBE NOVO, first published in 1516 in Alcala de Henares), and three "narrations," the first being a translation of the first edition (Basel 1521) of Martyr's fourth Decade; the second and third are abridged translations of the Second and Third Letters of Cortes, first published in 1524 at Nuremberg. Cortés' famed Second Letter, dated Oct. 30, 1520, provides a vivid account of the conquest of Mexico, describing the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-05-06 03:40:00
Martyr, Peter:
Paris: Simon de Colines, [1532]. [8],207 leaves. Small quarto. 18th-century calf, gilt, inner dentelles; rebacked to style, spine gilt with leather label. Bookplates on front pastedown. Some minor soiling. Scattered notations in Spanish in an early hand. Very good. In a cloth clamshell case, leather label. First French edition, and the first collection of voyages printed in the French language, collected by Peter Martyr, the first historian of the Americas. "Peter Martyr (1457-1526) was born near Lake Maggiore. He was a contemporary and friend of Christopher Columbus, Vasco da Gama, Hernan Cortes, Ferdinand Magellan, Sebastian Cabot, and Amerigo Vespucci. Through his friendship with these explorers, as well as from his official position as a member of the Council for the Indies in Spain, he was able to obtain authentic original documents and much valuable information about the discoveries made by the early navigators. His works were held in the highest esteem by his contemporaries and are indispensable as a primary source for the history of the Americas" - Hill. This edition consists of a slightly abridged translation of Peter Martyr's first three Decades (from DE ORBE NOVO, first published in 1516 in Alcala de Henares), and three "narrations," the first being a translation of the first edition (Basel 1521) of Martyr's fourth Decade; the second and third are abridged translations of the Second and Third Letters of Cortes, first published in 1524 at Nuremberg. Cortés' famed Second Letter, dated Oct. 30, 1520, provides a vivid account of the conquest of Mexico, describing the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-03-25 17:16:37
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]
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2016-03-21 10:46:56
Manetti, I.:
Basel Cratander 1532 - First. ed. 8vo. 17th c vellum. For condition report and image see our catalogue 14, no. 12. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2016-03-19 19:51:31
CHAUCER, Geoffrey.
London: by Thomas Godfray, 1532. London: by Thomas Godfray,, 1532. The first complete collected edition of Chaucer, and the first collected volume of any English author Folio (312 x 213 mm). Contemporary blind-tooled calf lifted from the original binding and relaid on heavy boards and rebacked to style (a pencilled note dates the restoration 1946), the sides panelled with a stylised wheatsheaf roll and a decorative roll incorporating heads, the fore edges showing the marks where clasps and catches were formerly attached. Housed in a dark brown cloth flat-back box. 394 (of 397) leaves (lacking A1-3, supplied in good quality facsimile). Continental batard type, text in double columns. 20 woodcut illustrations from 15 blocks, section-titles within woodcut compartments (McKerrow & Ferguson 19) for "The Romaunt of the Rose," "Troylus and Creseyde," "Boetius de consolatione philosophie," "How Pite is Ded and Beried in a Gentyll Hert," and "The Testament of Love," all with continuous foliation and signatures, QQ3 cancelled as usual and replaced by four leaves incorporating Robert Henryson's Testament of Criseyde. Early ownership inscriptions of John Rappe in French, one in The Romaunt of the Rose (foot of sig. 2E3v) dated 8 June 1583; early ownership inscriptions of Ro: Tirell (=Tyrell) at head of The Canterbury Tales part-title and again at head of The Knight's Tale, and of Thomas Lanham at foot of Troylus and Creseyde part-title; some early underlines and contemporary marginalia throughout; front free endpaper with pencilled note (in the hand of Lord Kenyon?) stating that the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2016-02-29 01:26:02
BULLINGER, Heinrich, (editor.)]
Christoffel Froschouer, Zürich 1532 - Small 8vo. ff. 154. Title page with large woodcut printer’s device. Colophon on leaf 154 reads: "Gedruckt zu Zürich by Christoffel Froschouer / Anno M.D.XXXII." Bound in 18th century style full mottled calf with gilt spine. Head and tail caps are professionally restored; the outer hinges are neatly strengthened. Binding shows some rubbing and wear. The remnants of an old armorial bookplate (defaced) is attached to the inside front cover. The front fly leaf displays a handwritten name/date - "J.T. de Watteville, 1724." (de Watteville is an old Swiss family name). A bibliographical note in a more modern hand is located on the second fly-leaf (verso). Interior pages contain some damp-staining. Occasional marginalia is present in an early hand– i.e. a name is written in the bottom margin of the title page; the "Articles of Disputation" (listed verso of title page) are hand numbered in the margin, (with ink showing through to the outer margin of the front title); several brief notations are present in the text margins; an occasional sentence is underlined. Minor paper repairs are present. The blank verso of page 154 is pasted to the end leaf. This is a report on an important debate held in Zofingen (July 1532) between the Anabaptist Swiss Brethren and the ministers of the Swiss Reformed Church. Editorship is attributed to Heinrich Bullinger, a disciple of Huldrych Zwingli. 11 articles of disputation were discussed including the nature of the true church, the payment of tithes and taxes, the swearing of oaths, the calling of preache … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-02-28 19:28:21
Grynaeus, Simon]:
Basel. 1532. [48],584 [i.e., 586],[2]pp. Lacks the map. Folio. Full calf in period style, stamped in gilt. Slight worming to first hundred leaves, mostly affecting margins. Contemporary annotations throughout volume. A very good copy. First edition of one of the most important collections of New World material issued up to the time. Grynaeus is often given credit for this volume, somewhat unfairly, since the majority of the work was compiled by John Huttich. The work describes the voyages of Columbus and Vespucci, and prints various accounts of Portuguese discoveries in Brazil and the East, accounts of Marco Polo, and much of the material gathered by Peter Martyr. There are extensive accounts of almost all of the European voyages to the larger world. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 532/17. SABIN 34100. HARRISSE 171. JCB (3)I:104. STREIT I:28. MEDINA (BHA) 46n. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2016-02-02 18:57:50
BUCHARDUS.
Alden & Landis 536/3; Medina, BHA 100; Nijhoff & Kronenberg 500; Sabin 8150; USTC 403941. First edition in this form of Burchardus's account of his travels in the Holy Land, with an early description of the New World by Peter Martyr. Burchardus (Brochard, or Burckhard), a German Dominican, travelled extensively in the Holy Land around 1283. His famous narrative manifests a spirit of research and comparison and a rare sense of understanding. His geographical descriptions are very exact and based on his own observations. The present edition was adapted from the 1532 edition of Grynaeus's Novus Orbis.Peter Martyr d'Anghiera (or Petrus Martyr Anglerius, 1455-1526) was a prolific Italian geographer and historian. Among his many works this history of the discoveries of the New World ranks high. It describes the discovery of Cuba and other islands, and like Buchardus's work it was included in Grynaeus's Novis Orbis. The last page apparently exists in two states: some copies have the name of the printer, Johannes Grapheus, printed below the device of Steels. Very good copy.
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2016-02-01 04:32:26
[Grynaeus, Simon]:
Basel. 1532.. [48],584 [i.e., 586],[2]pp. Lacks the map. Folio. Full calf in period style, stamped in gilt. Slight worming to first hundred leaves, mostly affecting margins. Contemporary annotations throughout volume. A very good copy. First edition of one of the most important collections of New World material issued up to the time. Grynaeus is often given credit for this volume, somewhat unfairly, since the majority of the work was compiled by John Huttich. The work describes the voyages of Columbus and Vespucci, and prints various accounts of Portuguese discoveries in Brazil and the East, accounts of Marco Polo, and much of the material gathered by Peter Martyr. There are extensive accounts of almost all of the European voyages to the larger world. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 532/17. SABIN 34100. HARRISSE 171. JCB (3)I:104. STREIT I:28. MEDINA (BHA) 46n.
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2016-01-31 06:17:20
BRUNFELS, Otto
Strasbourg, Gregorius Ulricher, 1532 - Small 8vo (156 x 102 mm), ff [10] 232, with woodcut printer's device on title and on verso of last leaf; the early leaves waterstained at upper outer corners, minor marginal flaws to first and last leaf (without loss), otherwise a good copy in contemporary blind-stamped pigskin, a little warped, ownership inscriptions on both paste-downs of Georgius Paulinus Holucha, dated 1616, several inked out early inscriptions on title. £3750First edition of one of Brunfels' scarcer works, a treatise on the pharmacological approach to a wide variety of diseases. Included with it are Alessandro Benedetti's Sententiae medicinales (ff 118-37) and tracts by Arnoldus de Villanova (ff 138-182) . The book is an ordered digest of the aphorisms and maxims of the best authors (to paraphrase Brunfels), including Hippocrates, Soranus of Ephesus, Celsus, Rhazes, and Serapion.Brunfels entered the Carthusian monastery in Strasbourg after graduating MA in 1508: in 1521 he left the monastery and the Catholic faith. He opened a school in Strasbourg in 1524 and 'soon demonstrated his interest in medicine by editing and translating various older medical texts and by writing one of the earliest medical bibliographies, the Catalogus, (1530)' (DSB). His famous Herbarum vivae eicones appeared in 1530 and 1532: in the latter year he graduated MD at Basle. Brunfels' 'nonbotanical work was principally in medicine and pharmacology . [He was] industrious in compiling practical texts designed for the use of physicians and apothecaries, which contained prescriptions and related … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: WP Watson Antiquarian Books
2016-01-30 07:11:31
Grynaeus, Simon]:
Basel. 1532. [48],584 [i.e., 586],[2]pp. Lacks the map. Folio. Full calf in period style, stamped in gilt. Slight worming to first hundred leaves, mostly affecting margins. Contemporary annotations throughout volume. A very good copy. First edition of one of the most important collections of New World material issued up to the time. Grynaeus is often given credit for this volume, somewhat unfairly, since the majority of the work was compiled by John Huttich. The work describes the voyages of Columbus and Vespucci, and prints various accounts of Portuguese discoveries in Brazil and the East, accounts of Marco Polo, and much of the material gathered by Peter Martyr. There are extensive accounts of almost all of the European voyages to the larger world. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 532/17. SABIN 34100. HARRISSE 171. JCB (3)I:104. STREIT I:28. MEDINA (BHA) 46n. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-01-30 07:11:31
Grynaeus, Simon]:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2015-12-14 10:39:14
BUDÉ, Guillaume (c.1468-1540)
Basel: Andreas Cratander, March 1532. Hardcover. Very Good. Thick folio (330 x 210mm). 200pp. Double column of Greek and Roman Woodcut printer?'s device of Andreas Cratander (Minerva armed with scimitar) to title and final verso. Full period German pigskin, stamped in blind, lacking clasps; some worming at ends, outer wear and rubbing. Early ownership inscription to upper margin of title. 1532 edition of Budé?'s Greek-Latin Lexicon. First published in 1530 and reprinted several times, in Basel in 1532 and 1537 and in Geneva in 1554 and 1562. Calvin was probably familiar with this dictionary as it was reprinted four times in his lifetime and was published one year after the collection of Budé?'s lexicographical notes, used by him in his Seneca commentary. Guillaume Budé was a French scholar who brought about a revival of classical studies in France perhaps best known for his commentary on the Greek language, first printed in 1529. Budé?'s Graeco-Latin lexicon was prepared jointly by Guillaume du Maine and Jean Cheradame: Haves tandem graecarum literarum admirator, lexicon graecum (You have at last, lover of Greek literature, a Greek lexicon). The effusive title page goes on to claim that the lexicon is ?"much fuller than all the other [lexicons] printed previously in Italy, France or Germany: inasmuch as [it contains] mire than 3,000 additions made to the lexicon published in Basel in 1522 by Curio, enlarged by more than 5,000 recent additions selected from the most authoritative edition, Guillaume du Maine and Jean Cheradame have jointly sweated very much on your behalf.?" … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-12-02 10:20:52
Fries, Lorenz
Balthasar Beck),, (Strassburg, 1532 - (Strassburg, Balthasar Beck), 1532. Kl.-folio. 6 n.n. Bl., 142 Bl. (A6-Z6, a4, b6). Mit einem Holzschnitt-Titel von Hans Weiditz. Schweinslederband der Zeit mit reicher Rollstempelverzierung und 2 (ausgerissenen) Metallschliessen über Holzdeckeln. VD 16 F-2875. - Durling 1665. - Ferchl 165. - Ritter II, 896. - BMC German Books, 321. - Wellcome I, 2420 (für Ausgabe Strassburg 1519). - Variante der fünften Ausgabe ohne die Nennung des Herausgebers auf dem Titel (s. Benzing: Bibliographie der Schriften des Colmarer Arztes Lorenz Fries. In: Philobiblion Jg. VI, Heft 2). Von Otto Brunfels herausgegeben, durchgesehen und korrigiert. Fries Spiegel ist eines der bedeutensten Werke in der medizinischen Volksliteratur. Es gibt nicht nur Hinweise zur Behandlung der Krankheiten und der Pflege der Wunden sondern ist im ersten Teil eine Gesundheitslehre mit Hinweisen zur richtigen Ernährung und gesunder Lebensweise. Mit Kapiteln über die Verwendung der Speisen: Wein, Bier, Gewürzen, Gemüse, Fisch und Käse. Lorenz Fries stammte aus Strassburg, war Stadtarzt in Metz, hat aber auch in Deutschland gearbeitet. Über seine näheren Lebensdaten ist wenig bekannt. Er war ein Verteidiger der arabischen Medizin, die mit ihren Vertretern zum Teil auch auf dem schönen Titelholzschnitt von Hans Weiditz abgebildet sind, das die Portäts von 20 berühmten Naturforschern wiedergibt. - Mit Exlibris und Besitzvermerk "Alfred Osborne" auf dem Vorsatz. - Vereinzelte Randannotationen und wenige Textunterstreichungen. Die letzten Seiten am äussersten Rand angerändert. Zu Begi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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