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        Vita Mariae Virginis

      1534 - 30 cm Gótico, 121 folios más tablas; magníficas planchas, 30 cm, perfecto estado . Pergamino original [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Opera] Cornelius Tacitus exacta cura recognitus et emendatus: copiosus index rerum, locorum, et personarum, de quibus in his libris agitur; vario lectio, in calce operis impressa

      [Colophon:] Venetiis: in Aedibus Haeredum Aldi Manutii Romani, et Andreae Asulani Soceri, 1534. First Aldine edition. 4to (in eights) (8-1/4 x 5-1/2 inches; 212 x 14 cm). *8 **4 a-h8 i4 k, L, M, n-z, A-K8; [12], 260 leaves. Aldine device on title and on verso of colophon leaf. Early limp vellum, a few spots on front cover, minor worming through rear cover and rear free endpaper; blank coner of leaf b8 torn away, some scoring and marginalia by an early scholar, occasional soiling and marginal minor marginal stains; overall a superb, unsophisticated, wide-margined copy in a contemporary binding, in a cloth slipcase. Renouard, pp. 112-113 ("trËs recherchE et de trËs haut prix"); Adams T25; Ahmanson-Murphy 239

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        EN TIBI LECTOR ROBERTUM VALTURIUM AD ILLUSTREM HEROA SIGISMUNDUM PANDULPHUM MALATESTAM ARIMINENSIUM REGEM, DE RE MILITARI LIBRIS X

      Parisiis, apud Christianum Wechelum, 1534.. multo emaculatius, ac picturis, quae plurimae in eo sunt, elegantioribus expressum, quam cum Veronae inter initia artis chalcographicae Anno M.cccclxxxiii invulgaretur. Latin text, 1534. Folio, approximately 320 x 210 mm, 12¾ x 8¼ inches, printer's pictorial device on title page and repeated on final page, 97 large woodcut illustrations, many full or almost full page, woodcut pictorial initials throughout, pages (12), 383, (1), bound in full contemporary vellum, early hand lettering to spine, all edges red. Vellum darkened and with a small dark stain on lower cover, wrinkled across centre of upper cover, spine also wrinkled and with 1 tiny chip to vellum, pale damp stain to inner edge of first 3 leaves, another to lower inner corner of 13 leaves near the end, title page faintly foxed and missing tip of upper corner, pale age-browning to pages throughout, a very occasional small light stain, small closed tear to 2 inner margins at lower edge, another affecting 4 lines of text, all expertly repaired with no loss of text, 1 very small corner missing, small neat repair to lower inner edge of 2 adjacent leaves, 1 of them has a slight crease and is very slightly ragged at lower edge, the other is slightly ragged at fore-edge, small chip and tiny hole to fore-edge margin of last leaf, final page a little spotted. Binding tight and firm. Overall a very good copy. Roberto Valturio (1413 -1483) was an Italian military engineer to Sigismondo Malatesta, ruler of Rimini. This work was first printed in Latin in Verona in 1472 and was the first printed book to show technical military equipment. "The historical importance of the De Re Militari lies in the fact that it is the first book printed with illustrations of a technical or scientific character depicting the progressive engineering ideas of the author's own time. ...The Verona Valturius and its reprints were the handbooks of the military leaders of the Renaissance, and Leonardo da Vinci, when acting as chief engineer to Cesare Borgia, possessed a copy and borrowed some of its designs." Printing & the Mind of Man, page 7, No. 10. This edition was edited by Paolo Ramusio, who signs the preliminary dedication. The woodcuts are reversed free copies of those in the 1483 Italian edition. They show the equipment necessary for the military and naval engineer including weapons, revolving gun turrets, siege engines, platforms and ladders for sieges, battering rams, paddle wheels, flotation devices, a lifebelt, something resembling a tank, pontoon and other bridges, a completely closed boat that could be half submerged, etc. Cockle, A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1642, p.133, No. 501. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        Flauii Iosephi Antiquitatum Iudaicarum libri XX, ad uetera exemplaria diligenter recogniti ; De bello Iudaico libri VII, ex collatione Graecorum codicum castigatiores qua`m unquam ante redditi ; Contra Apionem libri II pro corruptiss. antea, iam , etc

      Basileae : In officina Frobeniana, an. MDXXXIIII. : Basileae : In officina Frobeniana, an. MDXXXIIII., 1534. Text in Latin. Collation,[36]839[1]pp, title & verso of finale text with woodcut printers device, woodcut initials. Bound in full modern antique style calf, raised bands, leather title label. Bindng in excellent clean firm condition. Internally, all pages holding firm, short pen line through 2 words of title, a few pages with single worm hole to margin, some light staining mainly to bottom section and margin of pages, slightly heavier to about 40 pages. Generally text in very good clean condition throughout. Overall a very nice copy of a rare book.A6. Very Good Plus. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        Summario de la Generale Historia de l'Indie Occidentali

      Venice: 1534. 3 parts in one volume, small quarto. (7 7/8 x 5 1/2 inches). 1 folding woodcut map of Hispaniola, 4 woodcut illustrations (3 full-page, 1 half page). Bound to style in 18th-century dark red morocco, covers bordered in gilt, spine in six compartments with raised bands, ruled in gilt on either side of each band, lettered in the second compartment. Important Source for Primary Material on the New World This important collection of voyages and narratives is the work of several authors, although most bibliographers attribute it to Peter Martyr, a translation of whose work makes up the first section. The present volume is one of the first attempts anywhere to assemble a group of accounts of travel and exploration. It was probably assembled for publication by the Venetian, Giovanni Ramusio, later famous for his much larger collection, Navigationi..., which began publication in 1554. The Historia... is divided into three books. The first part is made up of material from the Decades of Peter Martyr, drawn from the edition of 1530, the first complete edition to present all eight Decades. The second and most important part is drawn from the first published work of the great historian and chronicler of the early West Indies, Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo's De la Natural Hystoria de las Indias (Toledo, 1526). Since that pioneering work of American natural history (which is a completely different book from Oviedo's later Historia GeneraL...) is virtually unobtainable today, the present 1534 publication is the only form in which the first work of Oviedo can be had. Oviedo's observations are the first accurate reports of New World plants and animals. He also provides one of the first accounts of Bermuda, where he tried to land while en route to Spain in 1515, only to be driven off by adverse winds. The distinction of being the first obtainable edition is also true of the third part, a translation of an anonymously written tract entitled La Conquista de Peru, first published in Seville, also in 1534, of which only three copies survive. It gives the text of the tract in full. Both are among the first published accounts of the conquest of Peru. The woodcuts in the text are both drawn from the work of Oviedo and made up by the Venetian printers. They are some of the earliest published images of the New World based on actual experience, as opposed to the fantasies of European woodcut artists. There is also a handsome double-page woodcut map of Hispaniola, an extremely early piece of detailed New World cartography. Arents 3; Borba de Moraes, pp.531-32; Church 69; European Americana 534/28; Harrisse 190; JCB (3)I:114; Sabin 1565; Streeter Sale 13.

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        (Daniel's Dream Map)

      La carta riproduce il cosiddetto "Mappamondo di Wittenberg", probailmente la carta del mondo più mistica di sempre. Raffigura una curiosa mappa dell'Europa, Africa ed Asia e deriva dalla letteratura apocalittica emanata da Wittenberg. La mappa di Hans Luft rappresenta la prima versione fedele a stampa del Mappamondo di Wittenberg, e per la prima volta è inserita in un testo di Martin Lutero, un commentario sul profeta Daniele del 1530. Una seconda edizione appare nel 1534, in una pagina di testo di una Bibbia. Xilografia, bella coloritura antica, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Rara. Woodcut with fine colouring, set in a text page of a Bible printed in Wittenberg. A somewhat curious map of Europe, Africa, and Asia is to be found in apocalyptic literature originally emanating from Wittenberg in 1530 or even 1529. The map was used by the printer Hans Luft to illustrate two works: one a commentary on the prophet Daniel by Martin Luther (1530) and another linking the vision of Daniel with the assaults of the Turks on the perimeters of Christian Europe at the time. The wood cut map is showing the four beasts of Daniel's Dream Map. The Wittenberg World Map, more commonly known in English as Daniel?s Dream Map, is probably the most mystical world map of all time. Wittenberg Wittenberg Shirley, World 65A. 155 115

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius]
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        Büchsenmeysterei. Von Gschoß, Büchsen, Puluer, Salpeter und Feurwerck ec... Gmeyne Streits regeln. Kriegsräth Keyser Maximiliani...

      32 num. Bl. mit Titelholzschnitt. Späterer Pergamentband. Sehr seltene zweite Frankfurter und zugleich erste vermehrte Ausgabe. - VD 16, B 9130; Benzing Egenolff 56; vgl. Hohenemser 1420 (Egenolff 1529); nicht bei Jähns, Cockle und Lotz. - Das Werk enthält die gereimte Kriegslehre Kaiser Maximilians, die dem jungen Fürsten zum Unterricht gedient hatte, sowie eine allgemeine Einführung in das Militärwesen und die Taktik aus dem sogenannten Kriegs-Ratschlag des kurfürstlich sächsischen Zeugmeisters Jacob Preuß. In der Büchsenmesiterei ist das gesamte damalige Wissen der Geschützmeister, Schützen und Feuerwerke enthalten.- Titel fingerfleckig, teils gering wasserrandig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat im Hufelandhaus GmbH vorm. L]
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        Sammelband mit 6 Werken von und über ihn, davon 2 inkomplett

      1534 - 1554.. Holdeckelband d. Zt., Rücken mit Schweinsleder bezogen. Kl.-4°. 19,5 x 16 cm.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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        OMNIA THEMISTII OPERA. Hoc est paraphrases, et orationes. Alexandri Aphrodisiensis libri duo de Anima, et de Fato unus. $1Graece$2.

      In-4 p. (mm. 294 x 198), mz. pergam. mod., tit. oro su due tasselli al dorso, 4 cc.nn. (frontesp. con l?ancora aldina, 2 cc. per la prefazione, Indice), 172 cc.num. (errori di numeraz.), 2 cc.nn. (colophon e grande marca tipografica in silografia); testate e grandi iniziali decorate (in rosso le prime due); testo in greco. Vi sono contenuti: i suoi commenti su Aristotile, 8 orazioni e i libri ?De Anima e De Fato? di Alessandro di Afrodisiade. "Prima edizione" dell?opera di Themistius, curata dal medico Victor Trincavelli. Cfr. Renouard, p. 111 - Brunet,V,777: ?Edition rare? - Adams,II, p. 267. Lievi aloni al frontesp., altrimenti fresco esemplare, molto ben conservato. "Temistio (317 d.C. - 388 ca.), oratore politico ed esegeta di Aristotele.. La sua fama resta legata particolarmente alle sue orazioni, che ci sono pervenute in numero di 34 e che lo mostrano seguace dell?indirizzo e del metodo di Dione di Prusa". Così Diz. Treccani,XII, p. 49. .

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi]
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        Libro secondo scielta di varii tempietti antichi con le piante et alzatte, desegnati in prospettiva... date in luce, per gio. battista soria... et fatti in tagliare in rame dedicati al emin.mo et rever.mo signor cardinale borghese. in roma, nella stamparia di gio. de rossi, s.a. (meta' '600).

      Frontespizio architettonico, ritratto dell'autore con dedica ai lettori e 48 tavole incise in rame. Unito a: Raccolta de Tempii, e Sepolcri disegnati dall'Antico... Roma, Giacomo de' Rossi, s.a. (metà '600). 48 tavole incise in rame tra cui il rontespizio architettonico. Due opere legate in un volume in-folio (cm. 42), solida ed elegante legatura del tempo in piena pelle maculata, dorso a nervi con titoli su tassello e ricchi fregi in oro. Esemplare fresco, marginoso ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Si tratta di due interessantissime serie di disegni architettonici inventati dallo scultore ed architetto milanese G.B. Montano (1534-1621). Quest'ultimo aveva lasciato un'imponente raccolta di rilievi, invenzioni e fantasie architettoniche e dopo la sua morte l'allievo G.B. Soria ne fece una selezione e prese a pubblicarli. L'opera ebbe un enorme successo e fornì materia di meditazione a tutta la prima generazione di architetti barocchi, tra cui il Borromini che si ispirò al Montano per la prospettiva di Palazzo Spada.

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        Sophoclis Tragoediae septem cum Commentarii interpretationum argumenti Thebaidos fabularum Sophoclis / authore Ioachimo Camerario ; quaestore. H. Eobani Hessi

      Haganoae : Ex Officina Seceriana, 1534. 1st Edition in this form. Description: 2v in 1. 16cm. Contents: Part 1: Sophoclis Tragoediae septem ; Part 2: Commentarii interpretationum argumenti Thebaidos fabularum Sophoclis ... . Part 2 has a separate title page, signatures and paging. Part 1 is missing an unknown number of preliminary pages (pages unnumbered - signature starts at C), with publisher's device on final leaf facing the title page of Commentarii interpretationum. This title is missing pages 85-95 and end leaves. Subjects: Sophocles -- Plays -- Ancient Greek drama. Sophocles -- Criticism and interpretation -- Early works to 1800. Greek drama (Tragedy) -- Early works to 1800. Text of plays in Ancient Greek. Languages: Ancient Greek (to 1453) and Latin. Finely bound in full modern aniline calf. Gilt-blocked red Morocco label and raised bands to spine. An exceptional example; corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression.

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        [Summario de la General Historia de I'Indie Occidentali...(title given on verso of first leaf)]

      Venice: 1534. 79;64,[2]; [15] leaves. Double-sheet map. Woodcut illustrations in text. Contemporary full vellum, manuscript title on spine, raised bands. Neat bookplate on front pastedown, old bookseller's label on rear pastedown. Contemporary ownership signature on front free endpaper. Title leaf and first leaf of text remargined, not affecting text. Slight dampstaining in upper outer corner of first thirty-four leaves. Closed tear in leaf 56. Occasional contemporary ink notations in margins, manuscript start of an index on rear fly leaf. Two small burn holes in map, not affecting any printed area. Overall a very good copy. In a brown half morocco slipcase. Important source for primary material on the New World This important collection of voyages and narratives is the work of several authors, although most bibliographers attribute it to Peter Martyr, a translation of whose work makes up the first section. The present volume is one of the first attempts anywhere to assemble a group of accounts of travel and exploration. It was probably assembled for publication by the Venetian, Giovanni Ramusio, later famous for his much larger collection, Navigationi..., which began publication in 1554. Only the Montalboddo collection precedes it as a collection of voyage narratives outside Europe; this is the first collection to focus entirely on the New World. The Historia... is divided into three books. The first part is made up of material from the Decades of Peter Martyr, drawn from the edition of 1530, the first complete edition to present all eight Decades. The second and most important part is drawn from the first published work of the great historian and chronicler of the early West Indies, Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo's De la Natural Hystoria de las Indias (Toledo, 1526). Since that pioneering work of American natural history (which is a completely different book from Oviedo's later Historia general...) is virtually unobtainable today, the present 1534 publication is the only form in which the first work of Oviedo can be had. Oviedo's observations are the first accurate reports of New World plants and animals. He also provides one of the first accounts of Bermuda, where he tried to land while en route to Spain in 1515, only to be driven off by adverse winds. The distinction of being the first obtainable edition is also true of the third part, a translation of an anonymously written tract entitled La Conquista de Peru, first published in Seville, also in 1534, of which only three copies survive. It gives the text of the tract in full. Both are among the first published accounts of the conquest of Peru. The woodcuts in the text are both drawn from the work of Oviedo and made up by the Venetian printers. They are some of the earliest published images of the New World based on actual experience, as opposed to the fantasies of European woodcut artists. There is also a handsome double- page woodcut map of Hispaniola, an extremely early piece of detailed New World cartography. The earliest voyage collection focusing on the New World, a work of tremendous importance in the dissemination of knowledge of America to Europe. European Americana 534/28; Harrisse 190; Church 69; Arents 3; JCB (3)I:114; Sabin 1565; Streeter Sale 13.

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        Decisiones Parlam[en]ti Dalphinalis Grationopolis per

      1534. La Pape, Guy de [c.1402-c.1487]. [Ferrandat, Henri, Editor]. Decisiones Parlam[en]ti Dalphinalis Grationopolis per Excellentissimii J.U. Monarcham d. Guidonem Pape in Curia Eiusde[m] Civitatis Senatore Dignissimum Edite: Alliduam Materiam Continentesitam in Foro Seculari & Ecclesiastico Creb. Esercitatione Versatilez: Cum Summariis Decisivis (Preter Dilligentissima Emendatione) Manus Appositione Notatis Rote Decisiones Capelieq[ue] Tholosane: Novissime Scripta per Euendem Guidone Pape in Tripertito Suo Opere Consil[iorum] I[m]primim. in Luce Emisso Repertorio/Humeris et Addi. dni. Herici Ferraandi P Pulcre sub hoc Signo Accomodatis. Lyon: Jacobum Hiuncti, 1534. [xl] pp., 267 fols., [3] pp. Main text printed in double columns. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4-3/4"). Later three-quarter vellum over paper boards, hand-lettered title to spine and top edge. Some soiling, rubbing with minor wear to extremities, three tiny partial worm holes to boards, hinges starting. Title printed in red and black within an ornamental architectural border. Woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Some wear to edges of preliminaries and final few leaves, faint dampstaining to margins, minor worming to final few leaves and rear pastedown with negligible loss to text, light foxing to portions of text. Early owner signature to title page, occasional early annotations, check marks and underlining. An appealing copy. * Later edition. With side notes. This thoroughly annotated volume contains reports of decisions of the Parlement of Grenoble, France. Like many books of this kind, it opens a window on the legal culture and society of the era. First published in 1504, it was reprinted several times well into the seventeenth century. Beyond its legal value, it is significant as the first book published in Grenoble. Guy de la Pape was a legal scholar and statesman who spent most of his career in Grenoble. His best-known work is Commentaria in Statutum Delphinale, a study of the Dauphine region. KVK locates 12 copies of this edition, which is not listed in Adams or Brunet.

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        Summario de la Generale Historia de l'Indie Occidentali

      Venice: 1534. 3 parts in one volume, small quarto. (7 7/8 x 5 1/2 inches). 1 folding woodcut map of Hispaniola, 4 woodcut illustrations (3 full-page, 1 half page). Bound to style in 18th-century dark red morocco, covers bordered in gilt, spine in six compartments with raised bands, ruled in gilt on either side of each band, lettered in the second compartment. Important Source for Primary Material on the New World This important collection of voyages and narratives is the work of several authors, although most bibliographers attribute it to Peter Martyr, a translation of whose work makes up the first section. The present volume is one of the first attempts anywhere to assemble a group of accounts of travel and exploration. It was probably assembled for publication by the Venetian, Giovanni Ramusio, later famous for his much larger collection, Navigationi..., which began publication in 1554. The Historia... is divided into three books. The first part is made up of material from the Decades of Peter Martyr, drawn from the edition of 1530, the first complete edition to present all eight Decades. The second and most important part is drawn from the first published work of the great historian and chronicler of the early West Indies, Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo's De la Natural Hystoria de las Indias (Toledo, 1526). Since that pioneering work of American natural history (which is a completely different book from Oviedo's later Historia GeneraL...) is virtually unobtainable today, the present 1534 publication is the only form in which the first work of Oviedo can be had. Oviedo's observations are the first accurate reports of New World plants and animals. He also provides one of the first accounts of Bermuda, where he tried to land while en route to Spain in 1515, only to be driven off by adverse winds. The distinction of being the first obtainable edition is also true of the third part, a translation of an anonymously written tract entitled La Conquista de Peru, first published in Seville, also in 1534, of which only three copies survive. It gives the text of the tract in full. Both are among the first published accounts of the conquest of Peru. The woodcuts in the text are both drawn from the work of Oviedo and made up by the Venetian printers. They are some of the earliest published images of the New World based on actual experience, as opposed to the fantasies of European woodcut artists. There is also a handsome double-page woodcut map of Hispaniola, an extremely early piece of detailed New World cartography. Arents 3; Borba de Moraes, pp.531-32; Church 69; European Americana 534/28; Harrisse 190; JCB (3)I:114; Sabin 1565; Streeter Sale 13.

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        [Summario de la General Historia de I'Indie Occidentali...(title given on verso of first leaf)]

      Venice: 1534. 79;64,[2]; [15] leaves. Double-sheet map. Woodcut illustrations in text. Contemporary full vellum, manuscript title on spine, raised bands. Neat bookplate on front pastedown, old bookseller's label on rear pastedown. Contemporary ownership signature on front free endpaper. Title leaf and first leaf of text remargined, not affecting text. Slight dampstaining in upper outer corner of first thirty-four leaves. Closed tear in leaf 56. Occasional contemporary ink notations in margins, manuscript start of an index on rear fly leaf. Two small burn holes in map, not affecting any printed area. Overall a very good copy. In a brown half morocco slipcase. Important source for primary material on the New World This important collection of voyages and narratives is the work of several authors, although most bibliographers attribute it to Peter Martyr, a translation of whose work makes up the first section. The present volume is one of the first attempts anywhere to assemble a group of accounts of travel and exploration. It was probably assembled for publication by the Venetian, Giovanni Ramusio, later famous for his much larger collection, Navigationi..., which began publication in 1554. Only the Montalboddo collection precedes it as a collection of voyage narratives outside Europe; this is the first collection to focus entirely on the New World. The Historia... is divided into three books. The first part is made up of material from the Decades of Peter Martyr, drawn from the edition of 1530, the first complete edition to present all eight Decades. The second and most important part is drawn from the first published work of the great historian and chronicler of the early West Indies, Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo's De la Natural Hystoria de las Indias (Toledo, 1526). Since that pioneering work of American natural history (which is a completely different book from Oviedo's later Historia general...) is virtually unobtainable today, the present 1534 publication is the only form in which the first work of Oviedo can be had. Oviedo's observations are the first accurate reports of New World plants and animals. He also provides one of the first accounts of Bermuda, where he tried to land while en route to Spain in 1515, only to be driven off by adverse winds. The distinction of being the first obtainable edition is also true of the third part, a translation of an anonymously written tract entitled La Conquista de Peru, first published in Seville, also in 1534, of which only three copies survive. It gives the text of the tract in full. Both are among the first published accounts of the conquest of Peru. The woodcuts in the text are both drawn from the work of Oviedo and made up by the Venetian printers. They are some of the earliest published images of the New World based on actual experience, as opposed to the fantasies of European woodcut artists. There is also a handsome double- page woodcut map of Hispaniola, an extremely early piece of detailed New World cartography. The earliest voyage collection focusing on the New World, a work of tremendous importance in the dissemination of knowledge of America to Europe. European Americana 534/28; Harrisse 190; Church 69; Arents 3; JCB (3)I:114; Sabin 1565; Streeter Sale 13.

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        Ameto, ouer comedia delle nimphe Fiorentine,...

      Venice: Melchiorre Sessa 1534. Small 8vo. 92 leaves. Title with woodcut printer's device, last page with fullpage woodcut printer's device. Contp. vellum, speckled edges, new inner doublures and endpapers. Title repaired on lower outer corner and with some foxing. With a Dutch bookplate. From the book collection of Harald Wedérus

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