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2020-07-23 16:30:15
SABUNDE (SEBONDE), Raymond of and Michel de MONTAIGNE (translator).
[1], [1 blank], [13], [1 blank], 891, [49] pp.Sixth (?) edition of Michel de Montaigne's (1533-1592) translation of the Book of creatures or Natural theology by the Catalan theologian Raymund of Sabunde (ca. 1385-1436). Written round 1436, "the Book of creatures belongs to the tradition of medieval works that follow the imperative according to which faith must evolve into seeking understanding. It was given the name of Natural theology because, as asserted in the prologue, it sets out to offer every human being the means of reaching the truth of Christian dogma, thanks to his own efforts, just by reading into the book of God's creation". However, although the book tries to guide the reader towards the fundamental truths of Christianity, basing itself on the visible order of creatures, it is halfway stated that since human nature is corrupt, the scriptures are more important and "God's word is to be believed in itself" (Habert).Although the translation was commissioned by the Paris booksellers and appeared without Montaigne's name, it brought him his first fame as a man of letters. During his career he would return to Sabunde, publishing an Apology for Raymund of Sabunde among his famous Essays en revising his translation in 1580. First published in 1569, Montaigne's translation was reprinted several times, with the final edition appearing in 1641. After that the text would only reappear in 19th-century editions of Montaigne's complete works.Binding slightly soiled and lacking a small part at the lower back. Spotted throughout and and with several wormholes; the final 8 page … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 07:48:03
RISNER, Friedrich.
[20], 259, [1 blank] pp.Second edition of a renowned optical and mathematical work by Friedrich Risner (1533-1580), apprentice and colleague of Peter Ramus, the famous anti-Aristotelian humanist and educational reformer. The first edition appeared in 1606.Risner's mathematical abilities were highly praised by Ramus, who, in his will, even established a chair in mathematics at the Collège Royal de France with Risner as its first occupant. The first major result of the collaboration between Risner and Ramus was Risner's edition (1572) of two manuscripts discovered by Ramus: the first edition of Optics by Ibn al-Haytham (in Latin Alhazen), who worked at Cairo in the first half of the 11th century; and a greatly improved edition of Perspectiva by Witelo (in Latin Vitello), a Polish scientist of the second half of the 13th century. Alhazen's work preserved all that was known by the ancients in the field of optics, and Risner's edition and his own observations and corrections helped establish the science upon a new foundation. Risner's present Opticae, based partly on Witelo, appeared only posthumously, but was probably outlined by Ramus and further developed by Risner during the early years of their collaboration. It exerted a great influence on Snell and others.Badly browned, but otherwise in good condition, with an abrasion on the title-page and last text page (probably erasing a library stamp), not affecting the text. Re-backed and with some restorations to the boards.l VD17 12:159504X; cf. DSB 11, p. 468; Poggendorff II, col. 648; not in Honeyman; Houzeau-Lancaster.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 06:37:03
MAFFEI, Giovanni Pietro.
[88], 763, [5 blank]; 1-461, [24], [3 blank] pp.Second Cologne edition of a classic work on "the Indies", including both the West and East Indies. This important account of Portuguese discoveries and missionary work covers India, the East Indies, Persia, Japan, China, Brazil and other parts of America, and was written by the humanist and Jesuit Giovanni Pietro Maffei (1533?-1603). The first edition was published in 1588 in Florence, and the first Cologne edition appeared in 1589. Maffei's history almost immediately became very popular as it hit the market when curiosity about the Far East was at its height, and was repeatedly published in Latin and translated into Italian and French. Besides providing a systematic history of the missions, Maffei's work laid to rest many of the accusations that were then being made about the falsities and exaggerations being spread by the published letters.With a woodcut armorial bookplate on pastedown and some owners inscriptions on title-page. Some minor browning throughout and there were labels attached to parts two and three (one torn out), resulting in some minor stains in the margins of the facing leaves. A very good copy. Binding slightly soiled and with a couple minor restorations, but otherwise good.l Borba de Moraes, p. 508; Cordier, Japonica, col. 63; Sabin 43771.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-22 16:16:02
Platone
vaenundantur Iodoco Badio, & Ioanni Paruo, 1533. in 4° - pp.24nn +781 +1b - Mezza pergamena - Ricco frontespizio architettonico con marca tipografica dello Iehan Petit. Numerosi capilettera xilografati su sfondo nero - Testo in latino - Forellini di tarlo e qualche pagina con la numerazione errata. Appunti dell'epoca ai margini delle pagine. Abrasioni al dorso - Alone d'umido alle prime 20cc - Antico restauro al frontespizio Olschki III, 3845; Renouard III, 169
Bookseller: Libri Moderni / Antica Libreria Srl [Italy]
2020-07-22 10:24:17
BEHAM, Sebald. 1500-1550
Frankfurt am Main: C. Egenolff, 1533. Contemporary blind-decorated calf (rebacked, corners worn), outer portrait and foliage frame, lilies in the corners, central ornament of a column braced by leaves, evidence of four ties. Hans Sebald Beham's Biblische Historien (ca. 1533) would become a benchmark of English print" (Davis).  First Edition. Well drawn and tightly composed, THIS EARLY PICTURE BIBLE is the source for the woodcuts in the first complete Bible in English, the Coverdale Bible (Cologne 1535), and for those in its immediate successor, the Matthew Bible (Antwerp 1537). The set of blocks made for Coverdale was brought to England and used there. The Matthew Bible set appeared in English religious propaganda and an English juvenile picture Bible. By 1620 these images had illustrated at least eighteen Bibles in English, Latin and German for English Reformers, Catholics and Lutherans - in folio, quarto and octavo.  Beham's first substantial book-trade commission, these seventy-five Old Testament and five New Testament blocks each have has a one-line legend in German and a concise biblical reference. The open space surrounding the cuts invites manuscript annotation. In later printings, Latin captions and explanatory verses were added. THE IMAGES ALSO SERVED ARTISTS AS PATTERNS, i.a., for a series of stained-glass windows of the 1550s in Nürnberg.  Only one example has sold at auction since 1950. The two copies in American libraries are cut down and in modern bindings (Emmett-Univ. of North Carolina and Rosenwald-Library of Congress). I have verified t … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-07-19 09:00:29
Plutarch
Basel: [Andreas Cratander & Johann Bebel], 1533. This edition of Plutarch's Lives corrects the errors of the manuscript and first Aldine edition. Title: Plutarchi Quae vocantur parallela, hoc est vitae illustrium virorum graeci nominis ac latini, prout quaeque alteri convenire videbatur Author: Plutarch Date: 1533 Publisher & Edition: Basel, [Andreas Cratander & Johann Bebel], Third Edition in Greek Size: 30.5cm by 19.5cm Pages: [4], 369 numbered leaves Pages incomplete: lacking signature Qq4 (colophon leaf). Condition notes: Later red cloth binding with gilt title to spine. General wear to exterior with some marks/scuffs and slight discolouring as shown. Later endpapers. Pages unfortunately lacking signature Qq4 (colophon leaf). Main title in Greek and Latin, followed by editor's 4 page dedicatory epistle in Latin, all other text in Greek. Printers device to title. Age toning, some damp staining and the odd mark/spot here and there, otherwise pages are generally clean as shown. A few marginal annotations. Please take a good look at the pictures as these will enable you to evaluate the condition. Postage: UK FREE, Europe £15.00, Rest of world £21. All non-UK items will be sent tracked and tracking information will be provided. We will combine shipping when you buy more than one item. Please wait for invoice with updated shipping cost. Buy more books and save on shipping! Examples of bulk shipping rates: 5kg to Germany £16, 5kg to the USA £41, 5kg to China £65. Anything you are not 100% happy with can be returned for full refund. Please message through Ebay if you need furth … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bookfolly [Chichester, United Kingdom]
2020-07-19 08:27:07
Marineo Lucio
Impressum Compluti per Michaelem de Eguia, 1533. Modo castigatum atque Caesareae maiestatis iussu in lucem aeditum - in 4° - pp.7 cc. nn. + CXXVIII (numerazione solo sul recto); 5 cc. nn. + CCCCLXII - Pelle lavorata con fregi in bassorilievo - Due volumi in un tomo - Frontespizio illustrato con grande cornice e stemma reale, capilettera - Nomi degli autori manoscritti al taglio laterale - Titolo in oro al dorso sbiadito, cerniera rotta, fermagli mancanti, ex libris a inchiostro al foglio di guardia staccato, bruniture in alcune pagine - Seguito da: Rerum memorabilium, iam inde ab anno Domini MD ad annum ferè LX in Rep. Christiana gestarum, libri quinque. Ex plerisque nostrorum temporum historiographis, praecipue autem D. Fontano theologo Parisiensi, & Ioanne Sleidano collecti: cum diligenti annotatione eorum, quae Sleidanus ex affectu potius, quam ueritatis studio conscripsisse depraehenditur. Interprete f. Rouero Pontano, Carmelita, sacrae theologiae baccalaureo, Coloniae, Apud Iasparem Gennepaeum, 1559
Bookseller: Libri Moderni / Antica Libreria Srl [Italy]
2020-07-10 14:00:06
Rutilius Lupus, Publius, et al
Jo. Antonium & Fratres de Sabio Sumptu & Requisitione D, 1533. Sm. 8vo. ff.60(4). Complete with the two final leaves, a blank followed by a leaf only with the large cat & mouse woodcut device of Sessa on the verso. A smaller device is on the title page. Modern plain boards. A very scarce work on Greek & Latin rhetoric, figures of speech and oratory. Another edition was printed the same year: Lyon: Sebastian Gryphius. 1533. See Adams R966.
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-06-27 22:08:02
Rutilius Lupus, Publius, et al
Jo. Antonium & Fratres de Sabio Sumptu & Requisitione D, 1533. Sm. 8vo. ff.60(4). Complete with the two final leaves, a blank followed by a leaf only with the large cat & mouse woodcut device of Sessa on the verso. A smaller device is on the title page. Modern plain boards. A very scarce work on Greek & Latin rhetoric, figures of speech and oratory. Another edition was printed the same year: Lyon: Sebastian Gryphius. 1533. See Adams R966.
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-06-22 09:11:06
Waghenaer L.J., 1533-1606
Waghenaer L.J., 1533-1606. Bretagne. "Rouscou". Waghenaer 1580 Bretagne. "Zee Kaerte van Bretaigne: Inhoudende de zee Custen, Baen, Eylanden, ende havenen, tusschen Rouscou ende Groe". Kol. Kupf.-Kte. von L. J. Waghenaer, 1580 (aus: Spieghel der Zeevaerdt, holländ. Ausg., ab 1584). Mit 2 ausgem. Kart., farb. Windrose, maritimer u. Tierstaffage sowie 6 Küstenprofilen. 34:52 cm. Koeman IV, S. 472, [7a]. - Nordöstl. orientierte Seekarte mit der westl. Küste der Bretagne im frühesten Zustand (von 4) noch ohne den latein. Titel. - Weiße Ränder leicht gebräunt u. tlw. etwas fleckig, vereinzelt kl. Randläsuren u. unten kl. Bugeinriß bis in den Bildrand hinterklebt oben mittig winziger Wurmstich. A detailed map of the south coast of the Gulf of Biscay from Roscou/Brest up to Vannes. Dutch edition, 1584. The map is engraved by the artist Johannes van Deutecom.
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Germany]
2020-06-15 10:48:04
EUSEBIUS.
L[']histoire ecclesiastique ..., translatee de Latin en Fra[n]coys, par Messire Claude de Seyssel, Evesque lors de Marseille, & depuis Archevesque de Thurin.Antwerp, Maarten de Keyser, 1533 (colophon: 17 April). 8vo. With a woodcut border on the title-page, assembled from 4 blocks (that at the foot with De Keyser's printer's device), about 10 woodcut decorated initials plus about 10 repeats (2 gothic series and 2 roman series). Set in three sizes of bastarda type with textura initials. Contemporary Flemish blind panel-stamped calf, each board with the same panel and double and single fillets, a triple fillet in the panel stamp separating the inner and outer panel. The inner is an acorn cresting panel with 4 1/2 acorns on each side and the flowers not attached to the acorns, remnants of leather ties. [12], "297" [= 299], [1] ll. 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 cris … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:15:52
CICERO, Marcus Tullius.
In hoc volumine haec continentur. Rhetoricorum ad C. Herennium libri IIII. M. T. Ciceronis De inventione libri II. De oratore ad Quintum fratrem libri III. De claris oratoribus, qui dicitur Brutus liber I. Eiusdem Orator ad Brutum lib I. Eiusdem Topica ad Trebatium lib I. Eiusdem Oratoriae partitiones lib I. Eiusdem De optimo genere oratorum praefatio quaedam. Index rerum notabilium, quae toto opere continentur, per ordinem alphabeti. Varietas lectionum, qua ex diversorum exemplarium collatione collegimus. (Colophon: Venice, heirs of Aldus Manutius and of his father-in-law Andrea Torresano dAsola, March, 1533). Narrow 4to (22 x 14.5 cm). With Aldus's woodcut anchor and dolphin device on the title-page, repeated on the otherwise blank final page. Set in an Aldine italic (with upright capitals) throughout. 18th-century sheepskin parchment. [16], 245, [1] ll. Fourth Aldine edition of the complete rhetorical works of Cicero (106-43 BC), based on the earlier editions published by Aldus himself in 1514 and his father-in-law and successor Andrea Torresano in 1518 and 1521. As soon as it appeared in 1514, Aldus's edition became the standard that all others followed. Since the book was printed in March 1533, it must be one of the first productions of Aldus's 21-year-old son Paulus Manutius, who had taken charge of the press in 1533 after a five-year dispute following the death of Torresano in 1528. The Rhetorica ad Herennium is here included as part of Cicero's works and was later attributed to Quintus Cornificius, but both attributions are now considered spurious and the true autho … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 09:30:47
FRANCK, Sebastian.
Von dem greüwlichen Laster der Trunckenhayt ...[Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner, 1533?]. 4to. With large and unusually detailed woodcut (10 x 12 cm) on title-page showing an elaborate banquet and a vomitting man, by H. Weiditz (the Petrarca master), decorated woodcut initials. Set in schwabacher types with incidental fraktur. Early 19th-century shell-marbled boards. [38] ll. One of at least three and possibly five editions that VD16 lists under 1533 of "On the horrible vice of drunkenness", a treatise on the excesses of eating and drinking and the abuse and use of wine and other alcoholic beverages, probably first published in 1531. Kaczerowsky and others regard the present edition as the first, published in 1528. It is also of medical interest, since Franck discusses several illnesses of the body and mind, real or imagined, that are caused by drunkenness. He attributed a variety of social ills to alcohol, including blasphemy, idolatry, theft, murder and even the German Peasant War of 1525. All of his works were placed on the index of prohibited books in 1559.Most of the editions with the 1531 date have 32 leaves, expanded to 38 leaves in one with the 1531 date and those with the 1533 date. Since the present edition also has 38 leaves, it seems likely to have been printed in 1533. With 5 pages of bibliographical notes in German on 3 leaves inserted before the title-page, the first 2, dated 1857, signed by the owner Friedrich Latendorf (1831-1898), who later edited Sebastian Franck's erste namenlose Sprichwörtersammlung vom Jahre 1532 in getreuen Abdruck, 1876. They discuss the d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 09:26:25
APIANUS, Petrus.
Folium populi.(Colophon:) Ingolstadt, [Petrus Apianus], 22 October 1533. Folio (30 x 20.5 cm). With the text in Latin and German, title-page in red and black with a large woodcut by Hans Brosamer; a nearly full-page woodcut of the coat of arms of the dedicatee, J.G. of Loubenberg; a large woodcut diagram printed twice (in the Latin and in the German text); and 7 decorative initial letters. Without the folding plate included in a very small number of copies. Modern boards with the original fly-leaves preserved. [22] pp. First edition, in Latin and German, of Apianus's description of his newly invented sundial in the form of a poplar leaf. This instrument can be used to tell the hours of the day, the times of sunrise and sunset, and the so-called "Jewish" hours dividing the time between sunrise and sunset into 12 parts. The stunning woodcuts were executed by Hans Brosamer (ca. 1500-1554), with his monogram on the title woodcut next to the image of a woodblock cutter's knife. The title in the present copy is in an uncorrected state, with "RFCENS" and "RFDACTUM" for "RECENS" and "REDACTUM."Apianus (1495-1552), cartographer and professor of mathematics at the University of Ingolstadt, was a pioneer in the design of astronomical and geographical instruments. He set up a printing office in his own home in order to oversee his scientific publications. With wormholes slightly affecting the text and illustrations, but otherwise a very good copy and with generous margins. Lacking the final blank leaf, but with a contemporary fly-leaf at the front and another at the back. A pioneering … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 09:09:53
CAPELLA, Galeazzo Flavio.
De rebus nuper in Italia gestis [in the running heads: "De bello Mediolanensi"] libro octo ...(Colophon: Antwerp, Maarten de Keyser), 1533. With: (2) SERVILIUS, Johannes (Jan KNAAP). Geldrogallica conjuratio in totius Belgicae clarissimam civitatem Antverpiam, duce Martino Rosheymio, ...Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner, 1544. 2 works in 1 volume. Small 8vo (15 x 10 cm). Contemporary vellum wrappers, with 2 fragments of the March and April calendar leaf (in red and black) of a manuscript Missale romanum (ca. 1475/1500?) used as end leaves. 96; [44] ll. Contemporary accounts of two political and military power struggles, written in Latin and bound together at an early date. Ad 1: First edition of an important contemporary account of what the running heads and the titles of some later editions call the Milanese Wars (in English more often known as the Italian Wars) of 1521 to 1530, written by Galeazzo Capella (1487-1537).Ad 2: Second edition of an exciting contemporary account of the rebellious war by Maarten van Rossum in Brabant and Guelders in 1542, generally successful in spite of his failed surprise attempt to capture Antwerp, first published at Antwerp in 1542. The present account remains an important source for Van Rossum's exploits, for the author gathered much of his information from eye-witnesses to the events he relates and was sometimes even an eye-witness himself.With a contemporary owner's inscription at the foot of the first title-page ("Liber Theodori Am...smydt ab Apeld...[?]"), another erased in the space below the third line of the title, and a later owner's name … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:06
CAPELLA, Galeazzo Flavio.
De rebus nuper in Italia gestis [in the running heads: "De bello Mediolanensi"] libro octo ...(Colophon: Antwerp, Maarten de Keyser), 1533. With: (2) SERVILIUS, Johannes (Jan KNAAP). Geldrogallica conjuratio in totius Belgicae clarissimam civitatem Antverpiam, duce Martino Rosheymio, ...Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner, 1544. 2 works in 1 volume. Small 8vo (15 x 10 cm). Contemporary vellum wrappers, with 2 fragments of the March and April calendar leaf (in red and black) of a manuscript Missale romanum (ca. 1475/1500?) used as end leaves. 96; [44] ll. Contemporary accounts of two political and military power struggles, written in Latin and bound together at an early date. Ad 1: First edition of an important contemporary account of what the running heads and the titles of some later editions call the Milanese Wars (in English more often known as the Italian Wars) of 1521 to 1530, written by Galeazzo Capella (1487-1537).Ad 2: Second edition of an exciting contemporary account of the rebellious war by Maarten van Rossum in Brabant and Guelders in 1542, generally successful in spite of his failed surprise attempt to capture Antwerp, first published at Antwerp in 1542. The present account remains an important source for Van Rossum's exploits, for the author gathered much of his information from eye-witnesses to the events he relates and was sometimes even an eye-witness himself.With a contemporary owner's inscription at the foot of the first title-page ("Liber Theodori Am...smydt ab Apeld...[?]"), another erased in the space below the third line of the title, and a later owner's name … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-02 22:20:02
OVIDIUS NASO, Publius.
Tusculani Benacum: printed by Alessandro Paganino, 1533. Tusculani Benacum: printed by Alessandro Paganino,, 1533. Handsome printing with woodcut illustrations Large duodecimo (199 x 138 mm). Eighteenth-century vellum over thick boards, spine with double blind rules, lettered in manuscript. Title printed within wide woodcut border, 22 woodcut illustrations in the text, criblé initials. The final leaf M6, the table, is here bound immediately after the title. Vellum cut away from board at upper outer corner of front cover, the binding otherwise sound and firm; trimmed fairly closely at head, some minor blemishes, more noticeable in the early gatherings, the woodcuts with faint traces of early chalk colouring now mostly erased; overall a very good copy. First edition thus, one of several separate editions of Ovid from the press of Alessandro Paganino in the early 16th century. In this edition, the commentaries of Antonio Volsco, Ubertino da Crescentino, Domizio Calderino, and Josse Badius fully surround the text, the two being distinguished by different sizes of Paganino's beautiful and distinctive italic type. The Heroides or Heroic Epistles include the imaginary love letters in elegiac verse from legendary women to their absent husbands or lovers, Penelope to Ulysses, Dido to Aeneas, Ariadne to Theseus, and so on, perfect models for the dramatic monologues of the 16th-century drama. Shakespeare uses two lines from Penelope's grieving as Lucentio's Latin lesson to Bianca in The Taming of the Shrew, clearly expecting them to be easily recognisable. Paganino had published an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2020-05-29 14:25:19
MORE, Sir Thomas
The Balance of Power Between Church and StateMORE, Sir Thomas. The Debellacyon of Salem and Bizance. London: Printed by W. Rastell, 1533.First edition. Two parts in one small octavo volume. ciiii, clxxiii, [2, "The fautes escaped in the pryntynge"] leaves. Bound without final blank leaf. This copy has leaf c8 in probable facsimile. Black letter. Title within woodcut border (McKerrow and Ferguson 27). Woodcut historiated initials.Early twentieth-century brown crushed levan morocco by Riviere and Son. Covers ruled in gilt and blind with gilt corner ornaments, spine ruled in gilt and blind decoratively tooled and lettered in gilt in compartments, board edges ruled in gilt, turn-ins ruled in gilt and blind, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Washed preliminaries and a few other leaves with slight discoloration at upper corners, leaf a4 with crease marks to corners and short tear at upper margin, final leaves slightly discolored. An excellent copy of this extremely rare work. From the library of William Foyle with his bookplate. Housed in a custom quarter brown morocco clamshell.Only one other copy has appeared at auction in the last 25 years, the Bute-Martin copy, in which the second part was somewhat wormed and restored, costing a few letters per page."Thomas More's Debellation of Salem and Bizance is one of his most intriguing works...John Guy convincingly establishes that both St. German's Salem and Bizance and More's counterblast were written in the context of Henry VIII's attempt to secure a political revolution by altering the balance of power between church and state...T … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, LLC [United States]
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2020-05-25 08:20:49
1533. molto buone. SANNAZARO.- De partu virginis. Actii Synceri Sannazarii De partu virginis libri III. Eiusedem de morte Christi lamentatio. Et quae in sequenti pagina continentur. MDXXXIII. In fine: Venetiis in aedibus haeredum Aldi, et Andreae soceri. MDXXXIII. Contiene del Sannazzaro oltre al De Partu Virginis , la Lamentatio de morte Christi, Eclogae IV , Salices, Pharmaceutrica, Elegiae VI, Odae, Epigrammata, Pharmaceutrica, , ed una miscellanea di altri autori, citati al retro del frontespizio. In 8° antico, legatura di pregio in mezza pelle del XVIII secolo con titolo e fregi in oro al dorso.Carte (4), 100 . Grande ancora aldina al frontespizio e all'ultima carta. Rarissimo. Piccoli reintegri antichi agli angoli delle prime carte, qualche arrossatura e leggere gore al bordo di alcune carte, ma solido e sano esemplare. Molto buono.
Bookseller: deciomartina [Taranto, Italy]
2020-05-15 19:55:05
BEHAM, Sebald 1500-1550
Frankfurt am Main: C. Egenolff, 1533. Contemporary blind-decorated calf (rebacked, corners worn), outer portrait and foliage frame, lilies in the corners, central ornament of a column braced by leaves, evidence of four ties. Hans Sebald Beham's Biblische Historien (ca. 1533) would become a benchmark of English print" (Davis).  First Edition. Well drawn and tightly composed, THIS EARLY PICTURE BIBLE is the source for the woodcuts in the first complete Bible in English, the Coverdale Bible (Cologne 1535), and for those in its immediate successor, the Matthew Bible (Antwerp 1537). The set of blocks made for Coverdale was brought to England and used there. The Matthew Bible set appeared in English religious propaganda and an English juvenile picture Bible. By 1620 these images had illustrated at least eighteen Bibles in English, Latin and German for English Reformers, Catholics and Lutherans - in folio, quarto and octavo.  Beham's first substantial book-trade commission, these seventy-five Old Testament and five New Testament blocks each have has a one-line legend in German and a concise biblical reference. The open space surrounding the cuts invites manuscript annotation. In later printings, Latin captions and explanatory verses were added. THE IMAGES ALSO SERVED ARTISTS AS PATTERNS, i.a., for a series of stained-glass windows of the 1550s in Nürnberg.  Only one example has sold at auction since 1950. The two copies in American libraries are cut down and in modern bindings (Emmett-Univ. of North Carolina and Rosenwald-Library of Congress). I have verified th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-13 12:19:05
Svetonius Tranquillus Gaius - Egnazio Giovanni Battista (1478-1553)
s.e, 1533. Mancano le prime 9 carte (frontespizio incluso) e le ultime 5 (indice) ma il testo delle due opere è completo Capilettera ornati
Bookseller: Libreria Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [Italy]
2020-05-06 21:02:04
Franck, Sebastian, Cochlaeus, Johannes
Weissenhorn: J. Schöffer, 1533. Von Ankunfft der Meß- unnd der Wandlung Brots unnd Weins im hochwürdigen Sacrament des Altars. Ain Disputation Sebastiani Francken mit Antwort auff 88 Artickeln auß der newen Chronicua. Franck, Sebastian, 1499-1542 Cochlaeus, Johannes, 1479-1552 Augsburg, Weissenhorn ; 1533 ; 36 Blatt. Erste Ausgabe, Cochlaeus polemisiert gegen Sebastian Franck wegen seiner neuen Geschichtschronik. Sein Meinungsstreit bewirkte wohl, dass Herzog Georg von Sachsen Francks Chronica für sein Land verbot. Franck, ehemaliger Weggefährte von Luther, von ihn wegen zu radikale Ideen verstoßen, musste später das Land verlassen und Inkognito seine Werke vertreiben. Buch später in einen Missale Blatt, aus dem 16/17. Jahrhundert gebunden. Einband fühlt sich Samtig an. Papier leicht gebräunt, anfangs unten etwas wasserfleckig, Titel fleckig, vereinzelte Marginalien in Tinte und Rotstift von alter Hand. Am Ende Besitzeintrag von 1584. hier ein link zur Ansicht des Werkes. https://reader.digitale-sammlungen.de/resolve/display/bsb10161192.html Deutschland kostenloser Versand DHL. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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2020-05-06 19:10:01
CAPELLA Galeazzo Flavio
Venetia,: nelle case delli heredi d’Aldo Romano, & d’Andrea d’Asola, 1533. Venetia, nelle case delli heredi d’Aldo Romano, & d’Andrea d’Asola, 1533. In-24 gr. (mm. 145x90), mz. pergamena con ang. settecentesca, tagli rossi, 75 cc.num. (mal numer. 74, la c. 56 è ripetuta), 1 c.nn., incluso il frontespizio con l’ancora aldina, xilografata anche al verso dell’ultima carta. Rara "edizione originale" di questo “ragionamento della natura umana”, primo libro composto da Galeazzo Capella (Capra, Cappella) (1487-1537), letterato e umanista milanese, stimato universalmente per le capacità di scrittore e i costumi integerrimi. Cfr. Renouard,10, p. 110: “Le premier livre de cet ouvrage traite de la dignité de l’homme; le second, de la dignité de la femme; et le troisième, de la misère des deux sexes, et de la vanitè de leurs affections” - Adams.I, p. 238 - Short-Title Cat. British Library, p. 145. Lieviss. alone sulle prime carte, altrim. esemplare ben conservato.
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2020-05-01 16:17:23
OVIDIUS Publius Naso (Publio Ovidio Nasone)
Tusculani apud Benacum,: in aedibus Alexandri Paganini, 1533. Tusculani apud Benacum, in aedibus Alexandri Paganini, 1533. In-16 gr. (mm. 199x139), p. pergamena antica con legacci, tit. ms. al dorso, 2 cc.nn. (frontespizio e Indice), CXXXIII cc.num. (ma 137), 1 c.b. Bella edizione dell’epistolario poetico di Ovidio, così illustrata: frontespizio in ricca bordura decorata su fondo nero, 22 vignette nel t. di cui 3 grandi entro cornice, numerosi eleganti capilettera ornati su fondo nero, tutto inc. su legno. Il testo (lettere amorose di eroine antiche) è ampiamente commentato. "Seconda edizione" stampata dal Paganini. Cfr. Brunet,IV,278 per l’ediz. Tridino, 1516: “Cette édition, imprimée en caractères fort menus, contient un copieux commentaire qui environne le texte à chaque page.. C’est d’après cette edition qu’a été faite celles de Tusculanum, 1525 et 1533, qui forme le 5e vol. de l’Ovide imprimé in aedibus Alex. Paganini” - The British Library, p. 480 - Sander,5289 (in Nota) e Essling,1156 citano un’ediz. di Paganini del 1538. Cfr. anche Brunet/Deschamps, p. 1274: “Un célèbre et nouvel imprimeur de Venise, Alessandro Paganini, qui s’était établi à Salo en 1517, choisit le village de Toscolano pour y fonder un établissement durable (1521-1533); ce fut là qu’il fit usage de ces caractères gothiques bizarres, qui n’appartiennent qu’à lui..” Antiche scritte a pnna al risg.; fori di tarlo margin. su ca 30 cc.; margine super. rifilato (talvolta intacca la parola di tit.); con l … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-20 15:00:10
COLUMBUS, Christopher
An Important Early Edition of Columbusís First Letter. The Original Printing of this Letter was the First Publication Concerning America[COLUMBUS, Christopher]. The Columbus Letter to Rafael Sanchez. [pages 116-121]. earliest printing in the sixteenth-century of Columbus's first letter. When this letter was first published in Barcelona, May, 1493 it was the first publication concerning America.[within][ROBERTUS MONACHUS.] Bellvm Christianorvm Principvm, Praecipve Gallorvm, contra Saracenos, anno salutis M.LXXXVIII. pro terra sancta gestum: antore Roberto Monacho. Basel: Henricus Petrus, [1533].Folio (11 1/8 x 7 7/16 inches; 283 x 188 mm). [8], 149, [1, colophon], [1, blank], [1, printer's device] pp. woodcut historiated initials. Final leaf with woodcut printer's device. This copy has the original genuine blank at a4 and has a correction which does not appear to have been noticed by any of the bibliographers. On p. 94, the bottom line of text is covered by a paste-over slip. This line properly belongs at the bottom of p. 98 and presumably it was decided that a paste-over was easier than a cancel. (Kraus)The fourth of the seven texts in this collection is a reprint of Columbus's letter to Rafael Sanchez in Cosco's Latin translation (pp. 116-121). "This is the edition from which most early writers quote" (Church). It is the earliest printing in the sixteenth-century of Columbus's first letter and the earliest printing that could be bought at a reasonable price."After his first transatlantic voyage, Christopher Columbus sent an account of his encounters in the Americas to King … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-18 10:23:06
Agrippa, Heinrich Cornelius [1486-1535] Count Stefan Colonna Walewski (1897-1955)
[Cologne]: [Johannes Solter], 1533. First combined edition. 4to, [xii], cclxi pp. [numerous errors in pagination, including p. 4 here misnumbered as III, indicating that this perhaps is an earlier state than the Jung copy, which incorporates the correction - also p. xxii misnumbered as xxiiii, cclxiv misnumbered as cclxii, clxi misnumbered as clx, clxxvii misnumbered as clxxvi, ccx-ccxi misnumbered as ccviii-ccix and carried foreward, p. cclxi misnumbered as cclxiii, and cclxiv misnumbered as cclxii, but complete and consecutive. Bound in early pigskin, with extensive decorative blind-stamping, raised in four bands at the spine, with remnants of a broken metal clasp to the fore edge of both boards. Rear board detached, but present. Boards heavily darkened, worn, and stained, with the upper 2" of the leather at head of spine missing, and with tidemarking, chipping, and staining within, including several faint burn marks. Extensively annotated throughout, in English, Latin, and one language we've been unable to identify. With numerous pasted in additions, both in manuscript and with pages taken from other, later publications, including a number of holograph passages and symbols on sheets of paper that have been pasted into blank portions of pages, including a gracefully drawn lamen of the Archangel Michael on a circular sheet of paper which has been pasted onto the last page beneath the conclusion of the text. On the detached rear board, facing the lamen, there is a handwritten table of the names of spirits and planets governing the hours of the day and night. Given that the … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-15 19:31:13
AGRIPPA, Heinrich Cornelius.
[Cologne?: Johannes Soter,], July 1533. A masterpiece of Western Renaissance magic Folio (279 x 185 mm). 18th-century marbled boards, rebacked and recornered to style in vellum, blue sprinkled edges. Title incorporating woodcut portrait of the author, letterpress astrological tables, woodcut figures (including 7 cuts showing the proportions and properties of the human body), decorative and historiated woodcut opening initials. Partly erased early ink ownership inscription ("Temocri Jarendu … Hiernimus Von …") possibly dated 1553, occasional annotations; traces of a bookplate sometime removed from the front pastedown. Early ink ownership inscription to title. Light wear to edges, somewhat darkened, traces of abrasion and small repaired hole to title page's inscription (not affecting portrait), small repaired holes to subsequent 2 leaves, very occasional worming just touching a few letters, faint dampstaining, light finger-soiling, still a very good copy. First collected edition. The first part of this summa of occult and magical thought had originally been published in 1531, probably under the influence of Johannes Trithemius, abbot of Würzburg, whose notable students included Agrippa and Paracelsus. The privilege of the Emperor Charles V, to whom Agrippa was archivist and historiographer, is printed in French on the title verso, a "double anomaly", as Caillet notes, for a Latin work printed in Germany. Adams gives the place of publication as Basle. There are several variants with the same anonymous imprint; the present work shows, to name but a few, the correct spelling … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-11 20:20:15
Franck, Sebastian, Cochlaeus, Johannes
Weissenhorn: J. Schöffer, 1533. Von Ankunfft der Meß- unnd der Wandlung Brots unnd Weins im hochwürdigen Sacrament des Altars. Ain Disputation Sebastiani Francken mit Antwort auff 88 Artickeln auß der newen Chronicua. Franck, Sebastian, 1499-1542 Cochlaeus, Johannes, 1479-1552 Augsburg, Weissenhorn ; 1533 ; 36 Blatt. Erste Ausgabe, Cochlaeus polemisiert gegen Sebastian Franck wegen seiner neuen Geschichtschronik. Sein Meinungsstreit bewirkte wohl, dass Herzog Georg von Sachsen Francks Chronica für sein Land verbot. Franck, ehemaliger Weggefährte von Luther, von ihn wegen zu radikale Ideen verstoßen, musste später das Land verlassen und Inkognito seine Werke vertreiben. Buch später in einen Missale Blatt, aus dem 16/17. Jahrhundert gebunden. Einband fühlt sich Samtig an. Papier leicht gebräunt, anfangs unten etwas wasserfleckig, Titel fleckig, vereinzelte Marginalien in Tinte und Rotstift von alter Hand. Am Ende Besitzeintrag von 1584. hier ein link zur Ansicht des Werkes. https://reader.digitale-sammlungen.de/resolve/display/bsb10161192.html Deutschland kostenloser Versand DHL. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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2020-04-10 11:43:50
Simon de Compi�gne, Jean Bonnet, Johannes de Sacro Bosco
Printed by Philippe le Noir, University Bookbinder, 1533. Condition: Rebound with some shaving to fore edges and tops of leaves, rubbing and chipping to spine, edges and corners, binding firm, tipped in slip of paper to top edge of verso of leaf lvii, mark to title page and damp stain to lower portion of first 3 leaves, ink mark to margin of frontispiece, some contemporary ink annotations to title, first leaf and frontispiece, plus some ink underlining in places, small hole to top of leaf xxxiii, light damp mark to some later lower edges of pages, and centre and top of leaves lxxiv onwards, very good condition. [6], 126 leaves, engraved title page and frontispiece, full page plate, title in red and black, gothic text, further 56 woodcuts throughout including diagrams, decorated capitals. First published in Paris, 1504, under title: Le Cuer de philozophie this is a new translation of an anonymous compilation of a treatise attributed to Jean Bonnet, an abstract of "De sphera" by Johannes de Sacro Bosco and a translation of Anianus by S. de Compiègne. It follows the edition of 1530.
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2020-04-09 07:50:02
BARBARO, Francesco
Hagenau, Setzer, Johann (Erben), 1533. (Haganoae ex Officina Seceriana, Anno M.D.XXXIII. VI. Calendas Aprilis) 12°. 52 nn. Bll. Mit Initialen und gr. Druckermarke. Ldr. d. Zt. m. Schließbändern. Rollstempel u. Fileten a. beiden Deckeln. Zeitgen. hs. Annotationen. Schwacher Braunrand. Vorsatzpapier aus späterer Zeit. VD16 B 356 - Francesco Barbaro (1395-1454), bedeutender Humanist und Diplomat in Venedig. Er galt als Philologe und Kenner der Antike in Venedig und im Veneto hohes Ansehen.
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2020-04-07 20:10:31
FIERRABRAS
Simmern, Hieronymus Rodler, 2. Mai, 1533. gr.-4°. 52 (v. 53) Bll. (das Schlubl. J4 fehlt). Mit 20 (4 wiederh.) Holzschnitten (ohne die Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schlussblatt). Pbd. d. 19. Jhdts. m. Rückensch. Durchgeh. altrestaur. Fehlstelle im Innensteg tlw. m. Text- bzw. Bildverlust, 5 Bll. randverstärkt. VD16 F 1007; Goed. II, 21, 4; Lipperheide Cg 24; Adams R-652; Fairfax-Murray 367 - [A1-7, B-G1-6, H1-5, J1-3]. - Bl. A7 verkehrt eingebunden (verso vor recto), Bl. H6 verbunden (vor H1). Die Lage A hat, wie in allen anderen Exemplaren, nur 7 Bll. Erste deutsche Ausgabe des berühmten französischen Ritterromans. "Der Roman berichtet, wie Karl der Große den Maurenkönig Balan und seinen riesenhaften Sohn Fierabras (Maulheld) wegen in Rom geraubter Passionsreliquien bis nach Spanien verfolgt, wo sie schließlich nach langen Kämpfen von Karl besiegt werden... Der Erstdruck ist eine reich illustrierte teure Prachtausgabe im Folioformat" (Gotzkowsky). Vermutlich übersetzt von Johann II. von Simmern, der auch Förderer und Geldgeber Hieronymus Rodlers war. "Die Drucke Hieronymus Rodlers in der Hofdruckerei des Wittelsbacher Fursten Johann II. von Pfalz-Simmern sind Glanzstucke des illustrierten Buches in Deutschland in der ersten Halfte des 16. Jhs." (Horst Kunze). in der Neudorffer-Andrea-Fraktur gedruckt. Die schönen Holzschnitte, die überwiegend eigens für dieses Werk gefertigt wurden, werden von der neueren Forschung ebenfalls dem kunstsinnigen Herzog zugeschrieben. Sie stammen von demselben Künstler, der auch Rüxners Turnierbuch und die Geschichte der Vier Haimonskinder au … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-27 02:09:46
Agrippa, Heinrich Cornelius [1486-1535] Count Stefan Colonna Walewski (1897-1955)
[Cologne]: [Johannes Solter], 1533. First combined edition. 4to, [xii], cclxi pp. [numerous errors in pagination, including p. 4 here misnumbered as III, indicating that this perhaps is an earlier state than the Jung copy, which incorporates the correction - also p. xxii misnumbered as xxiiii, cclxiv misnumbered as cclxii, clxi misnumbered as clx, clxxvii misnumbered as clxxvi, ccx-ccxi misnumbered as ccviii-ccix and carried foreward, p. cclxi misnumbered as cclxiii, and cclxiv misnumbered as cclxii, but complete and consecutive. Bound in early pigskin, with extensive decorative blind-stamping, raised in four bands at the spine, with remnants of a broken metal clasp to the fore edge of both boards. Rear board detached, but present. Boards heavily darkened, worn, and stained, with the upper 2" of the leather at head of spine missing, and with tidemarking, chipping, and staining within, including several faint burn marks. Extensively annotated throughout, in English, Latin, and one language we've been unable to identify. With numerous pasted in additions, both in manuscript and with pages taken from other, later publications, including a number of holograph passages and symbols on sheets of paper that have been pasted into blank portions of pages, including a gracefully drawn lamen of the Archangel Michael on a circular sheet of paper which has been pasted onto the last page beneath the conclusion of the text. On the detached rear board, facing the lamen, there is a handwritten table of the names of spirits and planets governing the hours of the day and night. Given that the … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-21 17:17:41
BARBARO, Francesco
1533. Artikeldetails Francisci Barbari Patricii Veneti, Oratoris`q; clarißimi de Re Uxoria libri Duo. BARBARO, Francesco. [Hagenau, Setzer, Johann (Erben) 1533]. (Haganoae ex Officina Seceriana, Anno M.D.XXXIII. VI. Calendas Aprilis) 12°. 52 nn. Bll. Mit Initialen und gr. Druckermarke. Ldr. d. Zt. m. Schließbändern. Rollstempel u. Fileten a. beiden Deckeln. Zeitgen. hs. Annotationen. Schwacher Braunrand. Vorsatzpapier aus späterer Zeit. Bestell-Nr: 1413-16 Bemerkungen: VD16 B 356 - Francesco Barbaro (1395-1454), bedeutender Humanist und Diplomat in Venedig. Er galt als Philologe und Kenner der Antike in Venedig und im Veneto hohes Ansehen. Schlagworte: Alte DruckeEUR 654,79 (inkl. 10,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2020-03-11).
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2020-03-16 20:50:27
REGIOMONTANUS, Johannes
Nuremberg: Johann Petreius, 1533. First Edition of the First Printed Systematic Work on Trigonometry and an Influence on Copernicus's Work "De Revolutionibus" [REGIOMONTANUS, Johannes] [MUELLER, Johannes]. De Triangulis omnÌmodis libri quinque quibus explicantur res necessariae cognitu, uolentibus ad scientiarum astronomicarum perfectionem deuenire: quae cum nusqua[m] alibi hoc tempore expositae habeantur, frustra sine harum instructione ad illam quisquam aspirarit : accesserunt huc in calce plera[que] D. Nicolai Cusani De quadratura circuli, De[que] recti ac curui commensuratione: item[que] Io. de monte Regio eadem de re elenktika hactenus ‡ nemine publicata : omnia recens in lucem edita, fide & diligentia singulari. Nuremberg: Johann Petreius, 1533. First edition. Completed in 1464 and published for the first time posthumously in 1533. Two parts in one folio volume (11 1/2 x 7 3/4; 293 x 195 mm). 137, [3, blank], 93, [1, errata], [2, blank] pp. With the Blank at R6 and a blank at l4, but not clear if l4 is the original blank. With numerous woodcut diagrams and a woodcut vignette on title-page. Full seventeenth or eighteen-century speckled calf. Boards ruled in blind with gilt corner devices and central gilt lozenge. Spine stamped and lettered in gilt. Board edges tooled in gilt. Some professional restoration to outer joints. Newer endpapers. Internally very clean. Overall a very good to about fine copy. Regiomontanus (Johann M¸ller of Kˆnigsberg, 1436-1476), a pupil and later colleague of Georg von Peuerbach, is one of the great figures in the history of mathe … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-14 07:50:04
APIANUS, PETRUS
1533. FIRST EDITION, folio (280 x 190mm.), title printed in red and black with large woodcut showing astronomers, some text leaves folding, 9 woodcut plates (some folding), illustrated with woodcuts throughout, early calf mottled gilt This copy has three leaves bound at end from Apianus’ Folium Populi, printed in 1533. This illustrated work shows the use of over forty different mathematical instruments. It is one of the earliest technical books to use a language other than Latin. Apianus chose German, because his work was intended for practitioners in the field, rather than scholars. “Indeed, in the introduction to the work, Apian calls upon other authors to publish in German so as to encourage the broader dissemination of technical information. This copy contains uncut volvelles, printed on one side of the page, with each part (body of the instrument, major rotating scales, sighting vanes, etc.) separated. Apian intended that readers would cut out the individual items and assemble the instruments” (Tomash & Williams). The instrument book of Peter Apian of 1533 gives a survey of the amazing variety of instruments. Three instruments are discussed which are important as basic types: Diopter disk, Quadratum Geometricum and the Jacob’s staff. different types of mathematical instruments.On the right an astronomer is using a ‘nocturnal’ to determine the time at night. The two in the middle are using different types of quadrant to tell the time from the angle of the sun above the horizon. The astronomer in the middle in the background is using a simple instrument called a ‘Jacob’s … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-12 13:00:01
[Simmern, Hieronymus Rodler, 2. Mai 1533]. gr.-4°. 52 (v. 53) Bll. (das Schlubl. J4 fehlt). Mit 20 (4 wiederh.) Holzschnitten (ohne die Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schlussblatt). Pbd. d. 19. Jhdts. m. Rückensch. Durchgeh. altrestaur. Fehlstelle im Innensteg tlw. m. Text- bzw. Bildverlust, 5 Bll. randverstärkt. VD16 F 1007; Goed. II, 21, 4; Lipperheide Cg 24; Adams R-652; Fairfax-Murray 367 - [A1-7, B-G1-6, H1-5, J1-3]. - Bl. A7 verkehrt eingebunden (verso vor recto), Bl. H6 verbunden (vor H1). Die Lage A hat, wie in allen anderen Exemplaren, nur 7 Bll. Erste deutsche Ausgabe des berühmten französischen Ritterromans. "Der Roman berichtet, wie Karl der Große den Maurenkönig Balan und seinen riesenhaften Sohn Fierabras (Maulheld) wegen in Rom geraubter Passionsreliquien bis nach Spanien verfolgt, wo sie schließlich nach langen Kämpfen von Karl besiegt werden. Der Erstdruck ist eine reich illustrierte teure Prachtausgabe im Folioformat" (Gotzkowsky). Vermutlich übersetzt von Johann II. von Simmern, der auch Förderer und Geldgeber Hieronymus Rodlers war. "Die Drucke Hieronymus Rodlers in der Hofdruckerei des Wittelsbacher Fursten Johann II. von Pfalz-Simmern sind Glanzstucke des illustrierten Buches in Deutschland in der ersten Halfte des 16. Jhs." (Horst Kunze). in der Neudorffer-Andrea-Fraktur gedruckt. Die schönen Holzschnitte, die überwiegend eigens für dieses Werk gefertigt wurden, werden von der neueren Forschung ebenfalls dem kunstsinnigen Herzog zugeschrieben. Sie stammen von demselben Künstler, der auch Rüxners Turnierbuch und die Geschichte der Vier Haimonskinder aus d … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-02-26 17:45:18
Franck, Sebastian, Cochlaeus, Johannes
Weissenhorn: J. Schöffer, 1533. Von Ankunfft der Meß- unnd der Wandlung Brots unnd Weins im hochwürdigen Sacrament des Altars. Ain Disputation Sebastiani Francken mit Antwort auff 88 Artickeln auß der newen Chronicua. Franck, Sebastian, 1499-1542 Cochlaeus, Johannes, 1479-1552 Augsburg, Weissenhorn ; 1533 ; 36 Blatt. Erste Ausgabe, Cochlaeus polemisiert gegen Sebastian Franck wegen seiner neuen Geschichtschronik. Sein Meinungsstreit bewirkte wohl, dass Herzog Georg von Sachsen Francks Chronica für sein Land verbot. Franck, ehemaliger Weggefährte von Luther, von ihn wegen zu radikale Ideen verstoßen, musste später das Land verlassen und Inkognito seine Werke vertreiben. Buch später in einen Missale Blatt, aus dem 16/17. Jahrhundert gebunden. Einband fühlt sich Samtig an. Papier leicht gebräunt, anfangs unten etwas wasserfleckig, Titel fleckig, vereinzelte Marginalien in Tinte und Rotstift von alter Hand. Am Ende Besitzeintrag von 1584. hier ein link zur Ansicht des Werkes. https://reader.digitale-sammlungen.de/resolve/display/bsb10161192.html Deutschland kostenloser Versand DHL. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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2020-02-22 16:04:33
[Simmern, Hieronymus Rodler, 2. Mai 1533]. gr.-4°. 52 (v. 53) Bll. (das Schlubl. J4 fehlt). Mit 20 (4 wiederh.) Holzschnitten (ohne die Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schlussblatt). Pbd. d. 19. Jhdts. m. Rückensch. Durchgeh. altrestaur. Fehlstelle im Innensteg tlw. m. Text- bzw. Bildverlust, 5 Bll. randverstärkt. VD16 F 1007; Goed. II, 21, 4; Lipperheide Cg 24; Adams R-652; Fairfax-Murray 367 - [A1-7, B-G1-6, H1-5, J1-3]. - Bl. A7 verkehrt eingebunden (verso vor recto), Bl. H6 verbunden (vor H1). Die Lage A hat, wie in allen anderen Exemplaren, nur 7 Bll. Erste deutsche Ausgabe des berühmten französischen Ritterromans. "Der Roman berichtet, wie Karl der Große den Maurenkönig Balan und seinen riesenhaften Sohn Fierabras (Maulheld) wegen in Rom geraubter Passionsreliquien bis nach Spanien verfolgt, wo sie schließlich nach langen Kämpfen von Karl besiegt werden. Der Erstdruck ist eine reich illustrierte teure Prachtausgabe im Folioformat" (Gotzkowsky). Vermutlich übersetzt von Johann II. von Simmern, der auch Förderer und Geldgeber Hieronymus Rodlers war. "Die Drucke Hieronymus Rodlers in der Hofdruckerei des Wittelsbacher Fursten Johann II. von Pfalz-Simmern sind Glanzstucke des illustrierten Buches in Deutschland in der ersten Halfte des 16. Jhs." (Horst Kunze). in der Neudorffer-Andrea-Fraktur gedruckt. Die schönen Holzschnitte, die überwiegend eigens für dieses Werk gefertigt wurden, werden von der neueren Forschung ebenfalls dem kunstsinnigen Herzog zugeschrieben. Sie stammen von demselben Künstler, der auch Rüxners Turnierbuch und die Geschichte der Vier Haimonskinder aus d … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-02-20 10:25:13
BARTOLOMEO DELLA SPINA (PISANO)
1533. [Volgare-Rarissimo] (cm. 16,5) bella mz. pergamena manoscritta antica ben restaurata, sguardie antiche, piatti con pagine di messale del '500 rosso e nero con piccola xilografia di San Matteo.-- cc. 45 + cc. 3 nn. (con la tavola). Carattere romano, spazi per capitali con letterina guida. L' autore Bartholomaeus de Rinonichi Pisano pubblicò alcune opere di carattere ascetico. Edizione originale e probabilmente unica veramente rara. Manca a tutta la bibliografia da noi consultata compreso Adams, BM.STC., Choix, Graesse e Brunet nonchè a vari cataloghi celebri di religione, Olschky, Rosenthal ecc. Il CENSUS ICCU registra solo 2 copie presenti nelle biblioteche italiane: Nazionale di Napoli e di Firenze. nessuna copia nelle biblioteche di Pisa. Una notazione cassata o ex libris al margine bianco dell'ultima carta, qualche lievissima ombreggiatura ma esemplare molto bello fresco e nitido. Unico riferimento bibliografico: * Carpanè "Annali tipografici fratelli Da Sabbio 1521-1551" pag.167.
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2020-02-15 20:19:10
Apian, Peter (Petrus Apianus).
Venedig, G. A. Nicolini da Sabbio für M. Sessa, 1533. 8. Mit Titelholzschnitt, 26 Textholzschnitten u. Verlegermarke am Ende. 31 num., 1 nn. Bll., Roter HLdr.-Bd. (um 1880) a. 5 Bünden m. goldgepr. Rückentitel. Erste Ausgabe in Italien, gleichzeitig erster Druck eines Werks von Apian in Italien. Die Holzschnitte mit Darstellungen von Armillarsphären, astronomischen Instrumenten sowie einer wiederholten Karte von Griechenland auf Blatt 29 u. 30. Die berühmte Textstelle über die Entdeckung Amerikas, die Apian Amerigo Vespucci zuschreibt, auf Blatt 22v u. 23r. - Einband etw. berieben u. bestoßen. Innendeckel m. mont. Katalogausschnitt m. handschriftl. Ergänzungen. Etw. gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig (wenige Bll. an der rechten oberen Ecke stärker). - EDIT 16, CNCE 13619 Adams C 2723 (unter Cosmographia) IA 106.420 Harrisse, Additions 100 Sabin 1743 Sander 469 Alden/Landis 533/3 van Ortroy 84 Houzeau/L. 2393.
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2020-02-13 11:03:05
Marineo Lucio
Impressum Compluti per Michaelem de Eguia, 1533. Modo castigatum atque Caesareae maiestatis iussu in lucem aeditum - in 4° - pp.7 cc. nn. + CXXVIII (numerazione solo sul recto); 5 cc. nn. + CCCCLXII - Pelle lavorata con fregi in bassorilievo - Due volumi in un tomo - Frontespizio illustrato con grande cornice e stemma reale, capilettera - Nomi degli autori manoscritti al taglio laterale - Titolo in oro al dorso sbiadito, cerniera rotta, fermagli mancanti, ex libris a inchiostro al foglio di guardia staccato, bruniture in alcune pagine - Seguito da: Rerum memorabilium, iam inde ab anno Domini MD ad annum ferè LX in Rep. Christiana gestarum, libri quinque. Ex plerisque nostrorum temporum historiographis, praecipue autem D. Fontano theologo Parisiensi, & Ioanne Sleidano collecti: cum diligenti annotatione eorum, quae Sleidanus ex affectu potius, quam ueritatis studio conscripsisse depraehenditur. Interprete f. Rouero Pontano, Carmelita, sacrae theologiae baccalaureo, Coloniae, Apud Iasparem Gennepaeum, 1559 - Libro usato
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2020-02-07 20:32:12
Hippocrates (attributed); Galen (Claudius Galenus); Lavachius, Nicolaus
Florence: Giunta, 1533. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition. Rebound in mordern half vellum, small hole on title page touching first text page - a few scattered bits of foxing, a few faint dampstains, generally very clean. Contemporary notes, manicules and marks throughout, slightly trimmed in spots. (8), 43, (1) leaves. First edition of Lavachius' translation of this dietetics text attributed to Hippocrates with Galen's commentary; just 5 copies in OCLC. Pettas 246 Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Medicine & Health; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046965.
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2020-02-06 14:12:51
[Simmern, Hieronymus Rodler, 2. Mai 1533] gr.-4°. 52 (v. 53) Bll. (das Schlubl. J4 fehlt). Mit 20 (4 wiederh.) Holzschnitten (ohne die Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schlussblatt). Pbd. d. 19. Jhdts. m. Rückensch. Durchgeh. altrestaur. Fehlstelle im Innensteg tlw. m. Text- bzw. Bildverlust, 5 Bll. randverstärkt. VD16 F 1007; Goed. II, 21, 4; Lipperheide Cg 24; Adams R-652; Fairfax-Murray 367 - [A1-7, B-G1-6, H1-5, J1-3]. - Bl. A7 verkehrt eingebunden (verso vor recto), Bl. H6 verbunden (vor H1). Die Lage A hat, wie in allen anderen Exemplaren, nur 7 Bll. Erste deutsche Ausgabe des berühmten französischen Ritterromans. "Der Roman berichtet, wie Karl der Große den Maurenkönig Balan und seinen riesenhaften Sohn Fierabras (Maulheld) wegen in Rom geraubter Passionsreliquien bis nach Spanien verfolgt, wo sie schließlich nach langen Kämpfen von Karl besiegt werden... Der Erstdruck ist eine reich illustrierte teure Prachtausgabe im Folioformat" (Gotzkowsky). Vermutlich übersetzt von Johann II. von Simmern, der auch Förderer und Geldgeber Hieronymus Rodlers war. "Die Drucke Hieronymus Rodlers in der Hofdruckerei des Wittelsbacher Fursten Johann II. von Pfalz-Simmern sind Glanzstucke des illustrierten Buches in Deutschland in der ersten Halfte des 16. Jhs." (Horst Kunze). in der Neudorffer-Andrea-Fraktur gedruckt. Die schönen Holzschnitte, die überwiegend eigens für dieses Werk gefertigt wurden, werden von der neueren Forschung ebenfalls dem kunstsinnigen Herzog zugeschrieben. Sie stammen von demselben Künstler, der auch Rüxners Turnierbuch und die Geschichte der Vier Haimonskinder … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-02-05 11:25:06
FIERRABRAS
Simmern, Hieronymus Rodler, 2. Mai, 1533. gr.-4°. 52 (v. 53) Bll. (das Schlubl. J4 fehlt). Mit 20 (4 wiederh.) Holzschnitten (ohne die Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schlussblatt). Pbd. d. 19. Jhdts. m. Rückensch. Durchgeh. altrestaur. Fehlstelle im Innensteg tlw. m. Text- bzw. Bildverlust, 5 Bll. randverstärkt. VD16 F 1007; Goed. II, 21, 4; Lipperheide Cg 24; Adams R-652; Fairfax-Murray 367 - [A1-7, B-G1-6, H1-5, J1-3]. - Bl. A7 verkehrt eingebunden (verso vor recto), Bl. H6 verbunden (vor H1). Die Lage A hat, wie in allen anderen Exemplaren, nur 7 Bll. Erste deutsche Ausgabe des berühmten französischen Ritterromans. "Der Roman berichtet, wie Karl der Große den Maurenkönig Balan und seinen riesenhaften Sohn Fierabras (Maulheld) wegen in Rom geraubter Passionsreliquien bis nach Spanien verfolgt, wo sie schließlich nach langen Kämpfen von Karl besiegt werden... Der Erstdruck ist eine reich illustrierte teure Prachtausgabe im Folioformat" (Gotzkowsky). Vermutlich übersetzt von Johann II. von Simmern, der auch Förderer und Geldgeber Hieronymus Rodlers war. "Die Drucke Hieronymus Rodlers in der Hofdruckerei des Wittelsbacher Fursten Johann II. von Pfalz-Simmern sind Glanzstucke des illustrierten Buches in Deutschland in der ersten Halfte des 16. Jhs." (Horst Kunze). in der Neudorffer-Andrea-Fraktur gedruckt. Die schönen Holzschnitte, die überwiegend eigens für dieses Werk gefertigt wurden, werden von der neueren Forschung ebenfalls dem kunstsinnigen Herzog zugeschrieben. Sie stammen von demselben Künstler, der auch Rüxners Turnierbuch und die Geschichte der Vier Haimonskinder au … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-01-31 18:17:06
Leyden, Lucas van (Leyden 1494 - 1533)
Spublisher, "1533. 1533. Blattmaß: ca. 8,8 cm x 11 cm, freistehend im Passepartout, hinter Glas gerahmt, Berliner Leiste (25 cm x 28,9 cm) --- - New Hollstein, Bd. X, 115 / Lucas van Leyden war ein niederländischer Maler und Kupferstecher der Renaissance / Schöner Abdruck, in dekorativem Rahmen / Dargestellt: Die heilige Anna, Großmutter Jesu; Maria und Jesus - Einband: "Paperback. 568
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2020-01-29 16:00:07
Apian, Peter (Petrus Apianus).
Venedig, G. A. Nicolini da Sabbio für M. Sessa, 1533. 8°. Mit Titelholzschnitt, 26 Textholzschnitten u. Verlegermarke am Ende. 31 num., 1 nn. Bll., Roter HLdr.-Bd. (um 1880) a. 5 Bünden m. goldgepr. Rückentitel. Erste Ausgabe in Italien, gleichzeitig erster Druck eines Werks von Apian in Italien. Die Holzschnitte mit Darstellungen von Armillarsphären, astronomischen Instrumenten sowie einer wiederholten Karte von Griechenland auf Blatt 29 u. 30. Die berühmte Textstelle über die Entdeckung Amerikas, die Apian Amerigo Vespucci zuschreibt, auf Blatt 22v u. 23r. - Einband etw. berieben u. bestoßen. Innendeckel m. mont. Katalogausschnitt m. handschriftl. Ergänzungen. Etw. gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig (wenige Bll. an der rechten oberen Ecke stärker). - EDIT 16, CNCE 13619; Adams C 2723 (unter Cosmographia); IA 106.420; Harrisse, Additions 100; Sabin 1743; Sander 469; Alden/Landis 533/3; van Ortroy 84; Houzeau/L. 2393. Versand D: 12,80 EUR Alte Drucke bis 1600, Geographie, Reisen, Länder und Völkerkunde, Naturwissenschaften, Technik, Apian, Apianus, Cosmographiae introductio cum quibusdam geometriae ac astronomiae principiis ad eam rem necessariis, Cosmographia
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2020-01-24 15:23:07
1533. Ottima copia. Editio princeps di una raccolta di storici degli imperatori romani e bizantini curata da Erasmo da Rotterdam . Rarissimo a trovarsi integro. Folio cm. 33 X 23, pagg. (44), 544, (84). Splendido e solido esemplare a largi margini, in legatura settecentesca in mezza pelle e tagli in rosso, senza timbri e firma di possesso, ex libris al piatto anteriore. . Due marche tipografiche del Froben ad inizio e fine del volume. Parzialmente cancellato il riferimento ad Erasmo sul frontespizio. Alcune annotazioni antiche ai margini.Una sottile striscia di rinforzo al margine inferiore del frontespizio e al margine superiore dell'ultima pagina Contiene le opere di: Svetonio Tranquillo, Gaio Vopisco, Flavio Gallicano, Vulcazio, Elio Lampridio ,Erasmo Desiderio, Angelo Poliziano , Dione Cassio, Herodiano Sirio, Aurelio Sesto Vittore , Giulio Capitolino, Trebellio Pollione, Leto Pomponio, Giorgio Meruala, Elio Spartiano. L'opera di Ammiano Marcellino che fu stampata con proprio frontespizio, come in altre copie (vedi SBN), non risulta inserita. Omnia quam antehac emendatiora. Annotationes Des. Erasmi & Egnatij cognitu dignae. C. SUETONIUS TRANQUILLUS DION CASSIUS AELIUS SPARTIANUS IULIUS CAPITOLINUS AELIUS LAMPRIDIUS VULCATIUS GALLICANUS TREBELLIUS POLLIO FLAUIUS VOPISCUS HERODIANUS POLITIANO INTERP. SEX. AURELIUS VICTOR POMPONIUS LAETUS IO. BAPTISTA EGNATIUS AMMIANUS MARCELLINUS quatuor libri auctus. Cum indicibus copiosis. Basileae : in officina Frobeniana, anno MDXXXIII Al colophon: Basileae : in officina Frobeniana per Hieronymum Frobenium et Nicolaum Episcopium, mens … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-01-21 22:48:28
1533. molto buone. SANNAZARO.- De partu virginis. Actii Synceri Sannazarii De partu virginis libri III. Eiusedem de morte Christi lamentatio. Et quae in sequenti pagina continentur. MDXXXIII. In fine: Venetiis in aedibus haeredum Aldi, et Andreae soceri. MDXXXIII. Contiene del Sannazzaro oltre al De Partu Virginis , la Lamentatio de morte Christi, Eclogae IV , Salices, Pharmaceutrica, Elegiae VI, Odae, Epigrammata, Pharmaceutrica, , ed una miscellanea di altri autori, citati al retro del frontespizio. In 8° antico, legatura di pregio in mezza pelle del XVIII secolo con titolo e fregi in oro al dorso.Carte (4), 100 . Grande ancora aldina al frontespizio e all'ultima carta. Rarissimo. Piccoli reintegri antichi agli angoli delle prime carte, qualche arrossatura e leggere gore al bordo di alcune carte, ma solido e sano esemplare. Molto buono.
Bookseller: deciomartina [Taranto, Italy]
2020-01-20 13:08:17
1533. Autore: CALEPINUS Ambrosius Titolo: Calepinus. MDXXXIII Luogo di stampa: Venezia Editore: Pinzi Aurelio Anno: 1533 Condizioni: leggere attentamente la descrizione nella scheda In folio, cc. CCCLXXXIX. Fr. fig. in xil. che riporta l'immagine a tutta p. di un vol. sul quale e' posto il titolo e l'anno. In fine marca tip. xil. all'ultima. c. Restauro all'ang. sup. delle prime 100 cc. e analogo restauro alle ultime 50 cc. (che presentano sempre al marg. sup. macchia d'umido). Ultima c. foderata con manc. restaurata agli ang. P. pl. settecentesca con segni d'uso. Sguardie rifatte. Edizione non comune di questo dizionario, pubblicato per la prima volta nel 1502 da Ambrogio Da Calepio, poliglotta e frate agostiniano e che venne edito sino alla fine del XVIII sec. Calepino, come dimostra questa edizione divenne subito sinonimo di dizionario.  Il Pinzi ebbe bottega a Venezia a partire dal 1526 avendo ereditato le macchine tipografiche del padre. Labarre, Bibl. du diction. Calepinus.
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2020-01-19 15:40:45
1533. mondoanticosavona Il Petrarcha con la spositione di misser Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo rara edizione del 1533, Venezia Giovann'Antonio di Nicolini e fratelli da Sabbio : Vi ricordiamo che tutti i nostri articoli sono visionabili direttamente presso la nostra esposizione in piazza di Legino 7 (nuova piazza don Aragno) a Savona Regole e condizioni di vendita: Pagamento il pagamento deve essere effettuato entro 7 gg. dalla data di acquisto. gli oggetti acquistati sono accompagnati da regolare ricevuta fiscale, l'emissione della fattura deve essere richiesta subito dopo l'acquisto, ed il compratore deve fornire tutti i dati necessari alla compilazione. e' comunque necessario la comunicazione del codice fiscale ed un recapito telefonico per la consegna. Trasporto e consegna la consegna degli oggetti acquistati avviene normalmente entro 5 gg. lavorativi dalla ricezione del pagamento comprensivo delle spese di trasporto. in casi eccezionali di particolare impedimento la consegna viene effettuata al massimo entro 10 gg. lavorativi. Le spese di spedizione sono valide per tutta italia, isole e Venezia escluse. per il trasporto nelle isole viene applicato un sovrapprezzo di 30 euro. Per Venezia è necessario contattarci prima dell'acquisto, la consegna salvo diverso accordo, e' intesa a piano strada. Ritiro degli oggetti e' possibile il ritiro degli oggetti acquistati presso la nostra sede senza aggravio di spese di trasporto, tramite vs. corriere o personalmente. ****** siamo operatori professionali nel settore antiquario da oltre 50 anni garantiamo serieta', potete acquistare con … [Click Below for Full Description]
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