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2018-03-14 19:53:23
ERASMUS Desiderius
1534. nunc primum & conscriptus & aeditus. Accedunt aliquot epistolae serijs de rebus, in quibus item nihil est no[n] novum ac recens.Froben printer's device on the title and final page in 2 states (the latter larger), woodcut initials by Urs Graf. Rubricated throughout. 4to (202 x 155mm). 167, [1]pp. Rebound in modern boards covered with a fragment of a printed and rubricated leaf from an early printed Concordance. [Colophon:] Basel: In officina Frobeniana per Hieronymum Frobenium, et Nicolaum Episcopium, First Edition. Erasmus's De praeparatione ad mortem was written in response to a request in June 1533 from Anne Boleyn's father, Thomas Boleyn, for whom Erasmus had already written two works. Boleyn, to whom as Earl of Wiltshire and Ormonde (?Vuiltisheriae & Ormaniae?) the work is dedicated, had asked for ?libellus aliquis de praeparatione ad moriendum?, in other words an up-to-date version of the medieval Ars moriendi. The autograph manuscript survives in the Royal Library in Copenhagen, and is entitled Liber quomodo se quisque debeat praeparare ad mortem.It was written at speed and printing was almost completed at Christmas 1533, although the preliminaries were still not ready. The book was not distributed until mid-February 1534 and it was not until 11 March that two copies (?libelli aurati?) were sent to England but not, it seems, to Thomas Boleyn, who had to wait for a handsomely bound copy. The book was well received in London and strange to relate Queen Catherine of Aragon who died on 7 January 1536 and who had, as every schoolboy knows, been ousted to make room fo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-13 09:31:27
Plato
1534. Plato, Platonis Opera Omnia cum commentariis Procli in Timaeum & Politica, thesauro ueteris Philosophiae maximo Adiectus etiam est in Platonis omnia, sentential-rum & uerborum memorabilium, Index. Basileae apud Ioan. Valdervm, Mense Martio, Anno. Folio size (31 x 20cm) but collates like an 8vo, 8 leaves per signature. 48pp title-page+ index, etc.; text 1-690; inserted title for Proclus’ commentary on Timaeus and Republic, then 1-433 Proclus’ commentary. Rebacked ½ calf, old boards. Good to very good overall, Some paper repair, one leaf margin trimmed. This is the second complete edition of the works of Plato in Greek. The two commentaries of Proclus are on dialogues he took to be concerned with physics. The Statesman (Politicus) is the dialogue from the first cycle of dialogues in his curriculum; the Timaeus from the second. The commentary on the Politicus seems to be a series of excerpts from other works in which Proclus discusses that dialogue. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: South Willington Book Cartel [WILLINGTON, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-03-09 02:52:26
Jean de Billon, Sieur de La Prugne, Lieutenant de Monsieur de Chappese (15..-16..) - Officier.
1534. LYON, Chez Pierre Rigaud - 1622/1623 - Petit in-4 - Reliure veau brun de l'époque (frottée, coiffsupérieure usée) - Page de titre bicolore avec vignette - - Dos à nerfs & à caissons fleuronnés - Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, Titre doré - Bandeaux, lettrines, culs-de-lampe - (6), 260 & (4) pages figures en texte & planches HT - 92 pages, planches HT - 45 pages - mouillures - RARE - Ex-libris cachet Jean d'Orléans De Billon, Prénommé Jean par plusieurs bibliographes, mais prénommé Jérémie au titre d'un de ses ouvrages et au privilège d'un autre (dans la plupart des éditions, il est prénommé "J.").Important traité sur l'art militaire dédié "A la ieneusse françoise suivant les armes" ; sorte de "grammaire [de] la guerre", selon l'expression de l'auteur. Couvrant tous les aspects de la discipline armée, ainsi que les règles hiérarchiques et de gouvernement, l'ouvrage est très précis et établi avec une méthode claire, propre à un praticien chevronné. La première édition de ce traité parut à Lyon en 1613, suivie de la Suite publiée en 1615. L'abondante illustration hors texte et dans le texte comprend de très nombreux schémas gravés sur bois servant à illustrer les manœuvres des armées. Le second ouvrage est orné d'un bel encadrement maniériste gravé sur bois dans le titre et de plusieurs planches dépliantes gravées sur bois. Lieutenant dans l'armée de Mr. de Chappes et au siège d'Amiens, J. de Billon fut distingué par Henri IV qui lui donna plusieurs commandements.
Bookseller: S.P.Rance S.a.r.l. [FR]
2018-03-04 08:17:31
Stoeffler Johannes - Firmicus Julius Maternus
ex aedibus Morhardinis nostris, Tubingae, 1534. Legatura coeva in piena pelle scura con nervi al ds. Piccoli fregi impressi in oro al centro dei piatti. Minimi antichi restauri, lievi abrasioni e piccola mancanza al margine superiore di un piatto. Poche carte leggermente ossidate, alcuni pallidi aloni e qualche macchiolina. Un piccolo foro - senza perdita di testo - al margine interno alla seconda carta dell opera di Stoeffler. Nel complesso, attraente esemplare, genuino e molto ben conservato nella sua legatura d origine, in cui sono riunite due opere di rilevante interesse astrologico ed astronomico (l opera del Firmico viene considerata come il più vasto trattato di astrologia tramandatoci dall antichità). Seconda edizione cinquecentesca (la prima è del 1503) della prima opera. Adams, F-506; Brunet II, 1270; Riccardi, I, 56; Mira, I, 356. Seconda opera in edizione originale. Adams, S-1897. Folio (cm. 30), 8 cc.nn. (ultima bianca), 133 cc., 1 c.nn. (grande ritratto dell Autore) con xilografie, tabelle e diagrammi n.t. (preceduto da) Iulii Firmici Materni Iunioris Siculi. Astronomicon Lib. VIII per Nicolaum Prucknerum Astrologum nuper ab innumeris mendis vindicati. His accesserunt. Claudii Ptolomaei. Apotelesmaton, quod Quadripartitum vocant, Lib. IIII De inerrantium stellarum significationibus Lib. I Centiloquium eiusdem. Ex Arabibus et Chaldeis. Hermetis. Centum aphoris. Lib. I Bethem Centiloquium. Eiusdem De horis planetarum Liber alius. Almansoris. Propositiones ad Saracenorum regem. Zahelis. De Electionibus Lib. I Messahalah De ratione Circuli & Stellarum. Lib. I Omar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2018-02-21 14:33:36
Vergilius Maro, Publius [Vergil] /Giovanni Battista Egnazio / Maurus Servius Honoratus [Bearb./Kommentar]
Johann Walder, Basel, 1534. Leder Ledereinband d.Zt. mit 5 Bünden, Rückenvergoldung, sehr stark berieben und bestoßen, Stark beschabt, wenige kleine Wurmlöcher, stärkerer Schaden am unteren Kapital. Der Schnitt ist stark gedunkelt. Am Buchbeginn fehlen folgende Seiten bzw. sind nur noch als kleine Stücke vorhanden: Titelblatt, Verlagskommentar (1 Seite), Vorwort von Egnazio und Anmerkungen zu Servius (dem spätantiken Vergil-Kommentator) (6 S.) sowie Seiten 1-8. Seiten 9-32 mit sehr kleinen bis mäßig kleinen Textverlusten unten, mit Papier hinterlegt. S. 41- 48 mit größeren Textverlusten unten, nicht hinterlegt, S. 49-60 mit sehr kleinen Textverlusten, nicht hinterlegt. Danach sind die Seiten ordentlich und ohne Schäden, erst die letzte Seite wieder mit deutlichen Papierschäden. Mit vielen Zierinitialen, Haupttext umrahmt vom Kommentartext. Der überwiegende Teil der Seiten trägt fast zeitgenössische dezente Markierung und Anstreichungen mit Tusche/Tinte oder rotem Farbstift, daneben auch viele verschiedenfarbige zeitgen. Anmerkungen. Die Seiten sind teils etwas verschmutzt oder tintenfleckig, auch einige Flüssigkeitsränder oder kleine Gebrauchsspuren. Offensichtlich ein Exemplar, mit dem gearbeitet wurde. Abgesehen von den fehlenden Seiten und Fehlstellen vorn altersgemäß ordentliches Exemplar. Sprache / Language: la 775 Seiten. ca. 22 x 14 cm
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hösl [Neuried, Germany]
2018-02-20 00:27:40
THEMISTIUS
Manuzio Torresano, Venezia 1534 - In -folio, cc. (4), 172, (2), mezza pergamena con titolo al dorso; marca aldina al frontespizio e in fine. Testatine, iniziali e illustrazioni nel testo. O
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [Italy]
2018-02-11 09:40:22
QUINTILIA Fabii
15341534, Lugduni apud Seb Gryphium. 1 volume in 8° reliure plein Vélin époque, 604 pages + 10 fnch (Index) + 247 pages.>>>>: Contact : J-Chistophe YVARD : 06 38 89 81 22 <<<<
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE DU SUD GIRONDE [BAZAS, France]
2018-02-11 01:23:30
QUINTILIANI Fabii
15341534, Lugduni apud Seb. Gryphium, 1 volume fort in 8° reliure plein veau XVIIè. 604 p. (bien complet des 12 livres) + 10 fnch (Index) + 247 p. Exemplaire en bon état. pâles traces de mouillures anciennes. Un des plus grands traités sur l'Eloquence de tout les temps. Quintilien (en latin Marcus Fabius Quintilianus) est un rhéteur et pédagogue latin, né en 35 et décédé en 96 après Jésus-Christ, est l'auteur de cet important manuel de rhétorique, dont l'influence sur l'art oratoire se prolongea pendant des siècles. >>>>: Contact : J-Chistophe YVARD : 06 38 89 81 22 <<<<
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE DU SUD GIRONDE [BAZAS, France]
2018-02-07 22:39:45
APIANUS PETRUS - AMANTIUS BARTHOLOMEUS.
INGOLSTAD, P. APIANUS, 1534. "In-folio; 8 cc., CCCCXII pp., 4 cc. e in fine 16 pagine manoscritte con disegni di lapidi di area spagnola: Tarragona, Granada, Valencia, Barcellona, Siviglia ecc. Buona legatura della fine del '600 o primi del '700 in tutta pelle spruzzata (restauro alle
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-01-28 09:02:17
Sallust
Venice: Joannis Tacuini de Tridino, Jan xxi, 1534. Venice: Joannis Tacuini de Tridino. Jan xxi, 1534. n. Full morocco. Very good. Folio. ff.(6),CLI,(I). With the final blank. Double column text. Title printed in red & black, within a decorative woodcut border. Text illustrated with 15 fine woodcuts (3" x 3-1/2"). 19th century dark brown morocco, finely rebacked. Covers with gilt stamps of Harvard University. With a Harvard "gift" bookplate, stating that this book was awarded to Edward Hopkins Armig in 1860. Title somewhat soiled and text with minor to moderate browning in various gatherings.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. [US]
2018-01-27 18:20:41
TOLOMEI Claudio
Antonio Blado Asolano, Roma, 1534. In-4 (220x125 mm.), cc. n.n. 44 [segnatura A-L4]. Legatura in mezza pelle a dorso liscio con titolo dorato e finti scompartimenti delimitati da ferri a catenella. Emblema della Pace all'altare della Concordia impresso xilograficamente in tondo al frontespizio, delimitato da due foglie d'acanto e dal privilegio papale. Capilettera xilografici di decorazione, il primo a fondo nero, insegna dello stampatore al colophon. Esemplare molto fresco e marginoso. Preceduta da una lettera prefatoria sul buon impiego della lingua toscana nell'arte retorica del lucchese Giovanni Guidiccioni (1500-1541) al suo concittadino Vincenzo Buonvisi, la presente orazione vede il senese Claudio Tolomei, ancora esule dalla propria patria per tendenze filo-medicee, fare accorato appello a papa Clemente VII affinché venga allontanato dalla penisola lo spettro della guerra, invitandolo alla riflessione sulla santità della pace, vero motivo di vanto e di gloria. Va rammentato che Clemente VII si trovava allora diviso tra la profferta alleanza di Carlo V e la prossimità alla corona francese, suggellata nel 1533 dal matrimonio tra la nipote Caterina de' Medici e Enrico di Valois, futuro Re di Francia. Bibliografia: Gamba, 1695. Marchetti, La parte migliore dei mie libri, p. 44, n.354. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2018-01-18 22:00:35
VALTURIUS, Robertus. (Roberto Valturio).:
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2018-01-16 05:40:15
VALTURIUS, Robertus. (Roberto Valturio).
Parisiis apud Christianum Wechelum. 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-01-16 05:40:15
VALTURIUS, Robertus. (Roberto Valturio).
Parisiis apud Christianum Wechelum. 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-01-16 05:40:15
VALTURIUS, Robertus. (Roberto Valturio).
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 th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-01-15 17:10:42
VALTURIUS, Robertus. (Roberto Valturio).:
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2018-01-12 09:29:52
Carlowitz Hans Carl von
Mantel I, 6 - Gatterer I, 95, 8 - Güntz I, 165 - Pritzel 1534.- Erste Ausgabe.- Grundlagenwerk der Forstwirtschaft mit dem Schwerpunkt Baumzucht und Aufforstung, in welchem der kurfürstlich sächsische Oberberghauptmann Hans Carl von Carlowitz (1645-1714) erstmals das Nachhaltigkeitsprinzip formulierte. "Nachhaltiger als im Bergwesen war C. Wirken in forstlicher Hinsicht. Die Sorge um die Erhaltung der Erzgebirgswälder, die durch Bergbau und Gewerbe stark angegriffen waren, veranlaßte ihn 1713 zur Herausgabe seiner "Sylvicultura oeconomica", dem ersten rein forstlichen Werk der Welt ohne die herkömmliche Bindung an Landwirtschaft und Jagd. Trotz mancher absonderlichen Anschauungen in naturwissenschaftlicher Hinsicht enthält das Buch eine Fülle von treffenden Beobachtungen und Anweisungen für den praktischen Waldbau. Es kann als Grundstein für die sich in den darauffolgenden Jahrzehnten entwickelnde Forstwirtschaft angesehen werden". (NDB III, 147 f.).- Gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt u. etw. braunfleckig, Ebd. leicht berieben, RGelenk gering fachm. restauriert, insges. schön gebundenes, breitrandiges Exemplar.# First edition.- The first purely forestry book in the world, without the traditional attachment to agriculture and hunting.- Evenly slightly browned and a little brownish, hinge slightly expertly restored, all in all beautifully bound, with wide margins.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller [Austria]
2018-01-07 09:29:11
Carlowitz Hans Carl von
- Mantel I, 6 - Gatterer I, 95, 8 - Güntz I, 165 - Pritzel 1534.- Erste Ausgabe.- Grundlagenwerk der Forstwirtschaft mit dem Schwerpunkt Baumzucht und Aufforstung, in welchem der kurfürstlich sächsische Oberberghauptmann Hans Carl von Carlowitz (1645-1714) erstmals das Nachhaltigkeitsprinzip formulierte. "Nachhaltiger als im Bergwesen war C. Wirken in forstlicher Hinsicht. Die Sorge um die Erhaltung der Erzgebirgswälder, die durch Bergbau und Gewerbe stark angegriffen waren, veranlaßte ihn 1713 zur Herausgabe seiner "Sylvicultura oeconomica", dem ersten rein forstlichen Werk der Welt ohne die herkömmliche Bindung an Landwirtschaft und Jagd. Trotz mancher absonderlichen Anschauungen in naturwissenschaftlicher Hinsicht enthält das Buch eine Fülle von treffenden Beobachtungen und Anweisungen für den praktischen Waldbau. Es kann als Grundstein für die sich in den darauffolgenden Jahrzehnten entwickelnde Forstwirtschaft angesehen werden". (NDB III, 147 f.).- Gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt u. etw. braunfleckig, Ebd. leicht berieben, RGelenk gering fachm. restauriert, insges. schön gebundenes, breitrandiges Exemplar.# First edition.- The first purely forestry book in the world, without the traditional attachment to agriculture and hunting.- Evenly slightly browned and a little brownish, hinge slightly expertly restored, all in all beautifully bound, with wide margins. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2018-01-02 21:50:12
OVIDIUS NASO
ALDUS.IN EADIBUS HEAREDUM ALDI ET ANDREA SOCERI, 1534. Qua Hoc Continentur Annotationes In Omnia Ovidij Opera Index Fabularum, & Ceaterorum, qua Insunt Hoc Libro Secundum Ordinem Alphabeti Ovidii Metamorphoseon LIbri XV. (II)-204 numbered pages [half of pp. is numbered ; in fact: 208 pp.] Later [XIX-Th. Centur
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Quist [NL]
2018-01-02 10:17:11
VIRGILIUS MARO.
VENEZIA, (AURELIO PINCIO, MENSE MARTIO, 1534). "In-folio; 4 cc., 472 pp., 22 cc. nn., 14 grandi xilografie nel testo; titolo in rosso e nero con al centro grande marca stampata in rosso, testo virgiliano al centro e commenti su due colonne, pertinenti postille marginali di antiche mani. Legatura settec
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-12-31 22:05:42
16TH CENTURY LATIN BIBLE .
Parisiis [Paris]: Yolande Bonhomme, vidua Thielmanni Kerver, 1534 . 0. A very good full leather binding. 8vo. 6.25" x 4.00" x 2.25". Plain dark brown calf with the remains of mounts for clasps and hasps. Spine carefully repaired with 5 raised bands and maroon leather title label: "Biblia Sacra". Recent free-endpapers (handmade paper). First 3 leaves (including title absent). Text begins on A iiij - Biblie summariu - 2pp.; 'Tabula alphabetica historiaru.' - 15pp. 1p. bearing woodcut (the creation of man). Followed by 3 preliminary leaves: 'Epistola sancti hieronymi' - 5pp.; 'Prologus.' - 1p. Genesis begins on ff.4 through to 'Apocalypsis.' on ff. 520 Ending with a colophon: 'Parisiis, ex officina libraria yolande bonhomme, vidue spectabilis viri Thielmanni Keruer, sub signo unicornis in vico sancti iacobi,ubi et venundatur. M.D. xxxiij. Octauo idus Januarij.' Interpretationes hebraicozu.' (Interpretations of Hebrw names) - 67pp. (incomplete, lacks the last 4 leaves). There is also another full-page woodcut before 'Evangeliu Mattheu.' representing the Stem of Jesse "T. Kerver was a German who began printing in Paris in 1497, and produced many beautiful books of devotion.. His widow, Yolande Bonhomme had already printed two octavo editions in 1526 and 1530. - See Darlow & Moule 6113 / Also referenced by Copinger 238 . ** The stem of jesse is an image which shows the figure of Jesse, larger than all the rest, reclining or sleeping (perhaps by analogy to Adam when his rib was taken) at the foot of the pictorial space. From his side or his navel springs the trunk of a tree or vin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Chilton Books [SUDBURY, United Kingdom]
2017-12-19 08:23:18
Vergil / Vergilius Maro, Publius. - Maurus Servius [Bearb/Kommentar]:
Basileae [Basel], apud Joan Valderum [Johann Walder], 1534. 8° (23x15), 5 wBl., [8], 775, [1] S., 5 w Bl., Titel und letztes Blatt mit Druckermarke (Papagei mit Oliverzweig), zahlr. teils figürliche Zier-Initialen, Haupttext von Glossenkommentar umrahmt, blindgeprägter Ledereinband d.Zt. über Holzdeckel, 1 (von 2) intakte Messingschliesse, obKapital mit Fehlstelle bis zum 1. Bund, Schnitt mit Autorenbezeichnung, Vorsatz mit kleinem Eckfraß, gemaltes Exlibris auf Innenspiegel, Name auf Vorsatz/Titelblatt, wenige kleine Wurmgänge, gelegentliche zeitgenössische Unterstreichung / Marginalie, gutes gepflegtes Exemplar, [VD16 V 1340] Bucolica (Eklogen), Georgica und Aeneis).- Mit Einleitungen von Johannes Walder und Johannes Baptista Egnatius.- Der im Vorwort von Walder erwähnte pars secunda ist wohl nie erschienen.- Sprache: Latein.
Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Stiftskirche [Bad Waldsee, Germany]
2017-12-19 08:23:18
Vergil / Vergilius Maro, Publius. - Maurus Servius [Bearb/Kommentar]:
Basileae [Basel], apud Joan Valderum [Johann Walder], 1534. 8° (23x15), 5 wBl., [8], 775, [1] S., 5 w Bl., Titel und letztes Blatt mit Druckermarke (Papagei mit Oliverzweig), zahlr. teils figürliche Zier-Initialen, Haupttext von Glossenkommentar umrahmt, blindgeprägter Ledereinband d.Zt. über Holzdeckel, 1 (von 2) intakte Messingschliesse, obKapital mit Fehlstelle bis zum 1. Bund, Schnitt mit Autorenbezeichnung, Vorsatz mit kleinem Eckfraß, gemaltes Exlibris auf Innenspiegel, Name auf Vorsatz/Titelblatt, wenige kleine Wurmgänge, gelegentliche zeitgenössische Unterstreichung / Marginalie, gutes gepflegtes Exemplar, [VD16 V 1340] Bucolica (Eklogen), Georgica und Aeneis).- Mit Einleitungen von Johannes Walder und Johannes Baptista Egnatius.- Der im Vorwort von Walder erwähnte pars secunda ist wohl nie erschienen.- Sprache: Latein.
Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Stiftskirche [Bad Waldsee, Germany]
2017-12-13 16:26:35
BOIELDIEU Adrien La Dame Blanche Opéra Piano 4 mains ca1860
1534. BOIELDIEU Adrien La Dame Blanche Opera Comique en trois actes Musique de Boieldieu pour Piano 4 mains Paris, chez A. Cotelle et Cie A. C. 1534 XIXe siècle ca1860 153 pages 23.3 x 30.4 cmTrès bon état, couverture restaurée a2475 Nouveau
Bookseller: partitions-anciennes [Blois, France]
2017-12-03 05:41:36
CAMPENSIS, Joannes
sold by Floriano Unglerio, 1534. EARLY POPULAR WORK FROM POLAND FIRST EDITION. 8vo. ff. 66. Roman letter, woodcut initials. T.p. with woodcut of cherubs holding a banner, full page woodcut of man at signature H beginning a section of prayers dedicated to Joannes Dantisco, full page woodcut of arms on verso, repeated on verso of final ll. Light age yellowing, dampstain to top and right margins throughout not affecting text, wormhole from t.p. to c3, with slight loss of lettering but still legible. A clean copy with some MS annotation, in later red wrappers. The second work of Johannes Campensis or Jean Van Campen to be published after his arrival in Poland in 1532, a paraphrase from the original Hebrew and commentary on the Proverbs of Solomon. Campensis (1491-1538) was a prominent Hebraist and correspondent of Erasmus, although unpopular as a teacher. Upon resigning from his position at the University of Louvain and moving to Cracow in the service of the Polish ambassador Johannes Dantiscus, he was recommended by Erasmus to teach once again. In the preface dedicated to the Polish Chancellor of the Crown, Petrus Thomas, van Campen describes his indebtedness to Dantiscus, who receives a dedicatory address of his own in the preface to van Campen's translation of prayers from the Old Testament including those by Isaiah, Ezechial, and Moses. Wierzbowski III 2165 and Index Aureliensis vol VI 130.833 (3 copies in Poland only) both mistakenly list 68 ll. Our copy is complete and identical to that of the Polish National Library, although in their copy the woodcut arms on the final l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited
2017-12-03 05:41:36
CAMPENSIS, Joannes
per Matthew Scharfenberg, 1534. EARLY POPULAR WORK FROM POLAND FIRST EDITION. 8vo ff. 32. Roman letter, woodcut initial sig. B. Light age yellowing, some dampstaining around edges of margins, wormhole throughout with slight loss of lettering but still legible, in later brown marbled wrappers. Johannes Campensis (1491-1538) was a prominent Hebraist and correspondent of Erasmus, although unpopular as a teacher. Upon resigning from his position at the University of Louvain and moving to Cracow in 1532, in the service of the Polish ambassador Johannes Dantiscus, he was recommended by Erasmus to teach once again. These commentaries on the letters of Paul to the Romans and the Galatians were his first published lectures in Poland. Wierzbowski II 1107. Index Aureliensis VI 130.832a (4 copies, in Poland only).
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited
2017-11-29 21:36:30
Apian, Petrus.
1534. Folio (210 x 292 mm). (40), DXII, (8) pp. Title page printed in red and black. With large emblematic title woodcut after Albrecht Dürer, woodcut printer's device on verso of final leaf, woodcut arms of Raimund Fugger, 7 large woodcut initials showing astronomical and mathematical motifs, and 184 woodcut illustrations. Text surrounded by various woodcut borders throughout. 18th-century calf with gilt arms of Maximilian Ulrich von Kaunitz-Riedberg. All edges sprinkled in red. Only edition. - Printed at the expense of the banker Raimund Fugger, this work presents classical inscriptions and statues collected all over Europe (of which many were in Fugger's own collection). The text is based on earlier studies by Peutinger, Pirckheimer, and others. An exceptionally fine work from the private press of Peter Apianus (1495-1552), mainly known as a mathematician and geographer. - Binding rubbed and bumped at extremeties. Title and final page somewhat duststained; insignificant waterstain near beginning. Page tt1r (the printed area of which reaches far into the margin) is folded in; edge trimmed close to printed text, with slight loss to woodcut. Title has ms. ownership of Count Leopold Wilhelm von Kaunitz (1614-55), dated 1647; contemporary (autograph?) note about a 15th century tomb in Everdingen on recto of final leaf. Bound around 1720 for Leopold Wilhelm's grandson Maximilian Ulrich Graf von Kaunitz-Rietberg (1679-1746), Imperial statesman and governor of Moravia, father of the famous chancellor Wenzel Anton von Kaunitz-Rietberg. VD 16, A 3086. IA 106.422. Adams A 1291. BM- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-11-25 23:22:36
POMPONAZZI (Pietro).
Sans lieu ni nom d'imprimeur, 1534 (en realité France, XVIIs.). in-12. 147pp. Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné (Reliure du XVIIs.). Le "De Immortalitate Animae" est le principal ouvrage du philosophe italien Pietro Pomponazzi (1462-1525). Soutenant que, si l'âme humaine était individuellement immortelle selon l'Evangile et selon l'Eglise, elle était mortelle d'après les doctrines d'Aristote, il fut taxé d’hérétique et persécuté. La première édition parut en 1525. Cette édition à la date de 1534 a été imprimée au XVIIs. «La typographie est très probablement française, parisienne même et l'on peut imaginer qu'elle sort de presses que Naudé n'ignorait pas» ( P. Jammes, Cat. "Libertins Erudits", 1970). Titre dans un bel encadrement gravé sur bois. Reliure un peu restaurée. Bon exemplaire.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2017-11-20 02:14:08
Sallust, [Gaius Sallustius Crispus]
Venetiis [Venice]: In aedibus Ioannis Tacuini de Tridino... 1534. Later printing. Folio, pp. (6 leaves) [xii] + 151 leaves [302]; 19th century morocco gilt; boards detached but present; spine perished; marbled endpapers; with Harvard Detur Prize bookplate on front pastedown ("detur XXX XXX XXX Collegii Harvardiani Alumno, ex testamento Edvardi Hopkins Armig. Pro insigni in studiis diligentia Henry Aaron Yeomans Decanus 1917. Consill. Pret TT. adjuv. AD MDCCCLX."); later flyleaves; decorative wood engraved title leaf printed in red and black; woodcut initials throughout; few marginal notes in a contemporary hand; scattered offsetting and foxing to text leaves; text block sound. Rear board with heraldic arms of Edvardi Hopkins. Front board with Harvard seal (Christo et Eccelsiase Veritas). A solid candidate for rebinding. Disbound. Scarce edition illustrated with 15 wood engraved insets. (The first printed edition of Sallust was published in 1470.) With commentary by various authorities surrounding Sallust's text. Born into a plebeian family, the Roman historian Sallust (85-35 BCE) was a partisan and friend of Julius Caesar, who installed him as governor of Africa Nova, a position that allowed him to amass great wealth through extortion, graft and oppression. He escaped condemnation through his connection to Caesar and retired to Rome in luxury. Two of his works survive as complete texts, Cataline's War (his first published work) and the Jurgenthine War; only fragments of his Histories remain. Sallust strongly opposed the old Roman aristocracy which he described as vicious … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Kuenzig Books ABAA
2017-11-19 23:03:32
JUSTINIEN
Parisiis, Ex officina Roberti Stephani [Paris, Robert Estienne], 1534. Pt. in-8, [8]-296-[8]p. Edition établie d'après les travaux de Gregor Haloander. Les pages 129 à 176 sont numérotées par erreur 229-276. Noms de possesseurs en page de titre tracés. Quelques annotations en marges et en pieds de pages (sans doute écrites au débuts du XVIIe siècle). La reliure date sans doute de la fin du XIXe. Envoi de photographies sur demande.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Cabinet D'Amateur [CH]
2017-11-15 20:46:53
SIBYLLA BARTHOLOMEUS.-
1534. In 8vo, perg. '700; cc. (8), CXLV, manca ultima b. Front. in rosso e nero. Lieve alone d'acqua al margine sup. delle ultime 10 carte e restauro ad un angolo delle ultime due cc., con perdita di alcune parole. Adams / S - 1057. Caillet, 10496, per altra edi
Bookseller: Libreria Docet [IT]
2017-11-11 11:49:21
BORDONE Benedetto
Second edition. Four double-page & 108 smaller woodcut maps to text. Folio. Later vellum, darkened in places, extremities a little rubbed, some minor soiling & foxing but very good indeed. [4], 74ll. Venice, Nicolo d'Aristotile, June,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2017-11-10 14:15:42
1534. Antique print, untitled. A landscape with a mythological scene and a skeleton tied to a tree. Etching on laid paper. Description: The prints from this set were originally ascribed to Hans Bol; they are now considered to be by an anonymous artist after his designs. Ref: Hollstein R. 11.Artists and Engravers: Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Hans Bol '. Hans Bol (Mechelen 1534-Amsterdam 1593) was a Flemish painter in the Northern Mannerist style. His early training was taken with his uncles who were also painters. He was then apprenticed to a watercolorist and tempera painter. Bol created numerous watercolours, as well as miniatures on vellum of his paintings (as his works were so often reproduced). Condition: Fair, given age. No margins, traces of heavy use, restored tear in right lower part. Paper edges with some loss at left top and top right corner. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: Q1-006 LATPC The overall size is ca. 7.2 x 4.6 inch. The image size is ca. 7.2 x 4.6 inch. The overall size is ca. 18.4 x 11.8 cm. The image size is ca. 18.4 x 11.8 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-01 20:29:56
Luther, Martin
Wie solche von Herrn Doctor Martin Luther Seel. in unsere Teutsche Mutter-Sprach zu übersetzen angefangen, Anno 1534 zu End gebracht ... Anjetzt mit gantz neuen und schönen Kupfer-Bildnissen nebst derenselben beygedruckten Lebens-Läufen ... Samt einer Vorrede Johann Michael Dilherrns. Nürnberg: In Verlegung der Johann Andreä Endterischen Handlung, 1747. Dunkelbrauner blindgeprägter Schweinslederband d. Z. über Holzdeckeln, Rücken über 4 erhabenen Bünden m. zwei (fachgerecht erneuerten) Messingschließen. Titel in Rot und Schwarz. (38) Bll., 1181, (18) S. Zweispaltiger Druck. Mit 2 Kupfer-Frontispizen (AT u. NT), 5 ganzseitigen Kurfürsten-Kupferstichen von Andreas Nunzer sowie über 140 grossen Textholzschnitten. - Folio-Format (39 x 25 x 12 cm). * Die berühmte 'Dilherr-Bibel' wurde vom Endter-Verlag in Nürnberg, der zusammen mit dem in Lüneburg tätigen Stern Verlag den Markt für deutsche Bibeldrucke im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert dominierte, hergestellt. Von der seit 1615 im Verlagsprogramm geführten Lutherbibel druckte Endter bis zum Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts drei, in Format und Ausstattung unterschiedliche Ausgaben: die kleinformatige Saubert-Bibel (ab 1726 dann 'Mörl-Bibel' genannt), von 1641 bis 1768 die 'Weimarer oder Kurfürsten-Bibel' sowie ab 1656 die ebenfalls in Folio gedruckte Dilherr-Bibel, die bis 1788 mit ihren 32 Auflagen, mehr als die doppelte Zahl gegenüber der etwas opulenter ausgestatteten Kurfürsten-Bibel, das bei weitem erfolgreichste Produkt des Verlags darstellte. Nachdem 1746 Paulus Wolfgang Mann die Druckerei und den Verlag Endter übernahm, verlegte er b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lang, Wiesbaden & Rennerod [Germany]
2017-10-28 16:56:21
Greek printing, Byzantine Law, Corpus, Basilica, Sammelband 2 in 1 - 1. Theophilus Antecessor:
Basel, Froben, 1534. Folio, circa 32,3 x 24 cm. 14 Bll., 284 SS., 2 Bll., mit 2 grossen Druckermarken und einigen Initialen Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. "VD16 C 5245; BM STC, German 746; Heckethorn S. 121. - Erste Ausgabe, bis auf die lateinische Einleitung durchgehend griechisch. Herausgegeben und eingeführt von Wigle van Aytta (1507-1577). - VORGEBUNDEN: 2. Leunclavius (Löwenklau), J. LX librorum Basilikon (graece), id est universi iuris Romani, auctoritate principum Rom. Graecam in linguam traducti, ecloga sive synopsis, hactenus desiderata . Item novellarum antehac non publicatarum liber. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Basel, E. und N. Episcopius, 1575. 16 Bll., 543, 112 S., 24 Bll., mit 2 Holzschnitt-Druckermarken und 2 Holzschnitt-Initialen. VD 16 O 1409; IA 114.394. Erste Ausgabe des seltenen Werkes, durchgehend in griechisch-lateinischem Paralledruck, besorgt von Johannes Leunclavius (1533-1593). - "Mit seiner Edition der Basiliken. zählt er zu den Begründern der byzantinistischen Rechtsgeschichte" (NBD XV, 96). - Teils kleine Wasserränder, beide Titel mit kleinen Stempeln einer aufgelösten Franziskaner-Bibliothek, wenig fleckig oder gebräunt, Einband beschabt, Rücken und Aussengelenke mit kleinen Einrissen aber solide, Schliessbänder entfernt, dennoch recht dekorativer Prägeband. " [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2017-10-28 15:33:19
Apian, Petrus.
Ingolstadt, P. Apianus, 1534. Folio (210 x 292 mm). (40), DXII, (8) pp. Title page printed in red and black. With large emblematic title woodcut after Albrecht Dürer, woodcut printer's device on verso of final leaf, woodcut arms of Raimund Fugger, 7 large woodcut initials showing astronomical and mathematical motifs, and 184 woodcut illustrations. Text surrounded by various woodcut borders throughout. 18th-century calf with gilt arms of Maximilian Ulrich von Kaunitz-Riedberg. All edges sprinkled in red. Only edition. - Printed at the expense of the banker Raimund Fugger, this work presents classical inscriptions and statues collected all over Europe (of which many were in Fugger's own collection). The text is based on earlier studies by Peutinger, Pirckheimer, and others. An exceptionally fine work from the private press of Peter Apianus (1495-1552), mainly known as a mathematician and geographer. - Binding rubbed and bumped at extremeties. Title and final page somewhat duststained; insignificant waterstain near beginning. Page tt1r (the printed area of which reaches far into the margin) is folded in; edge trimmed close to printed text, with slight loss to woodcut. Title has ms. ownership of Count Leopold Wilhelm von Kaunitz (1614-55), dated 1647; contemporary (autograph?) note about a 15th century tomb in Everdingen on recto of final leaf. Bound around 1720 for Leopold Wilhelm's grandson Maximilian Ulrich Graf von Kaunitz-Rietberg (1679-1746), Imperial statesman and governor of Moravia, father of the famous chancellor Wenzel Anton von Kaunitz-Rietberg. VD 16, A 3086. IA 10 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-10-28 14:43:08
Piccolomini, A.S. de (Papst Pius II.)
Paris, Galeotus a Prato, 1534, - in-8vo, 8 Bl. + 522 S., Ex-libris gravé sur la dernière feuille, Reliure d?époque en daim, dos ä trois nerfs, tranches rouges. Zweite in Frankreich gedruckte Ausgabe (zuerst 1509 bei Estienne), kollationsgleich auch mit Impressum Claudius Chevallonius erschienen (so bei Adams). Erstmals mit dem Anhang Glareans, der dessen "De geographia" entstammt (Kap. 22-40, hier ab S. 493). Mit umfangreichen Auslassungen über das Osmanische Reich. Pius II. war bekanntlich Verfasser eines Bittbriefes an Mohammed II, den Eroberer von Konstantinopel. - 1 Reg. Bl. mit Ausrissen (kl. Textverluste, bei diesem und d. nächsten Bl. je 1 Seite stark schmutzfleckig. Tls. braunfl., ansonsten ansprechendes Ex. - Selten. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Adams P 1336. BM, French Books 352. Fritzsche, Glarean 93.
Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd. [Switzerland]
2017-10-28 08:17:30
VALTURIO - VÉGÈCE.
Paris, Wechel, Paris, Wechel1534-35 ; in-folio, veau brun moucheté, dos à nerfs orné. (Reliure du XVIIe s.) Réunion de deux importants traités militaires parus chez l'éditeur Chrestien Wechel en 1534-1535. Originaire de Herenthals dans le Brabant, C. Wechel (1485-1554) a fait ses débuts comme facteur de Conrad Resch à Bâle qui lui cède son fonds en 1526. C'est à cette époque qu'il s'installe à Paris, rue Saint-Jacques où il se spécialise dans les impressions humanistes. On lui doit des éditions d'Alciat, il fut traducteur de Dürer et l'auteur d'un Alphabetum graecum. Proche des idées de Luther il a publié quelques ouvrages de controverse religieuses dont l'un l'aurait conduit à la ruine. À sa mort, son fils André reprend l'imprimerie qui sera ensuite continuée par un longue dynastie de Wechel.Ces deux ouvrages parus à un an d'intervalle sont remarquables par l'abondante illustration d'engins de guerre qui inspira Vinci, mais aussi parce qu'ils témoignent d'importantes évolutions de Wechel à cette époque. Le premier porte sur le titre et au verso du dernier feuillet la première marque de l'imprimeur avec un arbre et un rouge-gorge, tandis que le second porte sa marque au Pégase. Ces marques sont généralement attribuées aux deux adresses de Wechel, la première rue Saint-Jacques, la seconde rue Saint-Jean-de-Beauvais, les deux adresses ayant coexisté à la fin des années 1530 jusqu'à l'abandon de la première. Les deux ouvrages sont ici la même adresse de la rue Saint-Jacques "à l'écu de Bâle". Le premier ouvrage comporte de nombreuses lettrines ornées de petit format en tête de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie du Manoir de Pron [France, Montigny sur Canne]
2017-10-27 12:52:45
SFORTUNATI, GIOVANNI.
Venice, Nicolo di Aristotile detto Zoppino, 1534. 4to. Later full cloth with a bit of wear. Internally with a light damp-stain affecting lower outer margin of the first leaf and last two leaves. A few occasional marginal annotationS in contemporary hand. A very fine and clean copy. 129 ff. (including the final blank). Misnumbered 7 as 8, 71 as 72 and 107 as 105. ¶ The exceedingly rare first edition of Sfortunati's highly influential treatise on arithmetic for merchants. The work quickly became immensely popular and at least seven later editions soon followed.<br> <br>Whereas Pacioli's "Summa" (1494) and Calandri's "Arithmetica" (1491) were both very learned works, they did - in Sfortunati's own words - contain too much that was not useful for merchants and did not explain elementary notions well enough to be truly useful for beginners. This is obviously Sfortunati's attempt at promoting his own work, but true enough, his simple and pragmatic approach soon made his "Nuove Lume" one of the most popular works among Mid- and North-Italian merchants. <br><br>De Morgan wrongly states in "Arithmetical Books": "It is not likely a work would be originally printed at Venice, one cause of the production of which is stated to be the barbarism of the Venetian dialect." <br>The work is indeed printed in Venice, but written in Tuscan dialect. Giovanni Sfortunati (Johannes Infortunatus) - born in Siena around 1500 - introduces himself as a Sienese schoolmaster who had taught arithmetic all over Italy and Sicily. "This self-advertisement quickly turned into a claim that he was uniquely qual … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2017-10-26 16:40:01
Pomeran da Cittadella (Troilo), active 1534
Venice, Giovanni Antonio dei Nicolini da Sabbio, 1534. Very rare volume of verse in praise of the noblewomen of Venice, loosely organised in four parts, commencing with thirteen stanzas of ottava rima on Venetian women in general, then (after a pictorial sub-title) twenty-two stanzas of ottava rima with headings associating specific women with the tarocchi trumps (Major Arcana), next twenty-one stanzas of ottava rima addressed to the author's "Fenice", and lastly two quatrains and two stanzas of terza rima. No other publication of the author is known.Pomeran da Cittadella, Troilo fl. Venice 1534 Triomphi de Troilo Pomeran da Cittadela composti sopra li Terrocchi in Laude delle famose Gentil donne di Vinegia. Venice, Giovanni Antonio dei Nicolini da Sabbio, 1534 quarto (194 × 140 mm), (12) ff. signed A-C 4 , not foliated or paginated. Large woodcut impresa (150 × 100 mm) on folio A1 recto (Virtus and Fama standing within a wreath, banderols at top and bottom lettered Nobis et ecaris [sic] amicis and Con gratia e privilegio; Fig. 1), another woodcut by the same hand (180 × 110 mm) on folio B1 recto (a group of five figures, lettered around Carmine formosa[e] precio capiuntur auarae; Fig. 2). provenance Georges Heilbrun, 'Catalogue 20: Manus­crits Incunables Premières éditions et Livres illustrés', Paris, circa 1962, item 95 -- Pierre Berès, his sale by Pierre Bergé & Associés, 'Fonds de la librairie Pierre Berès. Des incunables à nos jours, 4ème partie', Paris, 17 December 2007, lot 15 Lightly washed; otherwise in fine state of preservation. binding ninet … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Robin Halwas | Rare Books [United Kingdom]
2017-10-25 18:33:54
CICERO, Marcus Tullius
Basle, Herwagen 1534. Four parts in two volumes. Folio (364 x 240 mm). (8) pp. (2nd blank), 318 pp., (1) leaf (blank); (8) pp. (2nd blank), 595 pp., (1) p. (blank); (12) pp., 418 pp., (1) leaf (blank); (20) pp., 403 pp., (1) p. (blank), (60) lvs. 9 woodcut devices (3 different ones)and many woodcut initials. Two uniform bindings: Contemp. blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards (intensively rubbed, edges, corners, head and tail of spines restored, some soiling) from the workshop of the Wittenberg binder Franz Lind(e)ner with a roll dated "1536"; 4 original clasps, 2 later spine labels. Following Schweiger it is the fifth edition of Cicero’s complete works. Thus complete very rare. The contents: Part I: Rhetoric works and a vita after Livius; part II: Speeches; part III: letters; part IV: philosophical works, an extensive version of Cicero’s vita, annotations and the index. The cover decoration of the binding shows a rectangular central panel which is filled with two sets of floral roll work set to be mirror images to each other. These are surrounded by a roll of figures („Justici[a], Lucrecia, Pruden[tia], [Suavitas]" = Haebler Nr. 2) dated to 1536. Adjacent to this is a narrow frame (a double border horizontally) with rosettes with this, in turn, being surrounded by roll work with more figures (Salvator [„Data est mihi ois"] – David [„De fructu ven"] – Jesaias [„Sup Solium Dav"] – Johannes [„Ecce Agn Die"] = Haebler Nr. 4, EBDB r002402); the roll work is signed by the binder (F L) and by the engraver (MA); the binding therefore originated from the Wittenberg bookbinder Fr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur [Winnenden, Germany]
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2017-10-24 16:56:45
Valla Lorenzo
apud Seb. Gryphium, 1534. In-8° (175x117mm), pp. 516, (42), legatura del primo '800 in m. pelle marrone con titolo in oro su tassello blu e fregi ornamentali in oro al dorso. Tagli a spruzzo azzurri. Impresa tipografica al titolo. Sparsi aloni, sporadici lavori di tarlo marginali non lesivi del testo. Firma rinascimentale al titolo. Ex-libris dello storico saluzzese Carlo Muletti (1786-1869); al verso della sguardia anteriore è applicato un frammento manoscritto in data 1803 con firma di possesso dello stesso Muletti e annotazione coeva di Carlo Capelli da Mondovì relativa alla firma di possesso del frontespizio e alla discendenza del tale da uno studioso di Clavesana. Reimpressione lionese cinquecentesca del capolavoro valliano, il trattato forse il più rilevante dell'Umanesimo italiano sotto il prospetto linguistico-retorico (assai forte fu il suo influsso sullo stesso Erasmo). L'opera intese propugnare la restaurazione della purezza del latino antico (con Cicerone e Quintiliano come paradigmi stilistici) contro l'imbarbarimento che di tale lingua si era avuto nel corso del Medioevo, sostenendo al contempo l'uso del latino come organismo linguistico vivo, in cui la diretta conoscenza degli autori classici predominava sull'apprendimento meccanico di regole pure. Baudrier, VIII, 77. Gültlingen, V, p. 58, 283. Pettegree / Walsby, 89893. Non in Adams né in STC French Books. Latino
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2017-10-24 15:31:10
Greek printing, Byzantine Law, Corpus, Basilica, Sammelband 2 in 1 - 1. Theophilus Antecessor:
Basel, Froben, 1534. Folio, circa 32,3 x 24 cm. 14 Bll., 284 SS., 2 Bll., mit 2 grossen Druckermarken und einigen Initialen Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. "VD16 C 5245; BM STC, German 746; Heckethorn S. 121. - Erste Ausgabe, bis auf die lateinische Einleitung durchgehend griechisch. Herausgegeben und eingeführt von Wigle van Aytta (1507-1577). - VORGEBUNDEN: 2. Leunclavius (Löwenklau), J. LX librorum Basilikon (graece), id est universi iuris Romani, auctoritate principum Rom. Graecam in linguam traducti, ecloga sive synopsis, hactenus desiderata . Item novellarum antehac non publicatarum liber. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Basel, E. und N. Episcopius, 1575. 16 Bll., 543, 112 S., 24 Bll., mit 2 Holzschnitt-Druckermarken und 2 Holzschnitt-Initialen. VD 16 O 1409; IA 114.394. Erste Ausgabe des seltenen Werkes, durchgehend in griechisch-lateinischem Paralledruck, besorgt von Johannes Leunclavius (1533-1593). - "Mit seiner Edition der Basiliken. zählt er zu den Begründern der byzantinistischen Rechtsgeschichte" (NBD XV, 96). - Teils kleine Wasserränder, beide Titel mit kleinen Stempeln einer aufgelösten Franziskaner-Bibliothek, wenig fleckig oder gebräunt, Einband beschabt, Rücken und Aussengelenke mit kleinen Einrissen aber solide, Schliessbänder entfernt, dennoch recht dekorativer Prägeband. " [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
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2017-10-16 13:31:00
APIANUS Petrus, e Bartholomeus Amantius
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 13:31:00
Apian, Petrus.
Ingolstadt, P. Apianus, 1534. Folio (210 x 294 mm). (40), DXII, (8) pp. Title page printed in red and black. With large emblematic title woodcut after Albrecht Dürer, hand-coloured around 1730; woodcut printer's device on verso of final leaf. With coloured woodcut arms of Raimund Fugger, 7 large woodcut initials showing astronomical and mathematical motifs, and 184 woodcut illustrations. Text surrounded by various woodcut borders throughout. Contemp. vellum with ms. spine title. Only edition. - Printed at the expense of the banker Raimund Fugger, this work presents classical inscriptions and statues collected all over Europe (of which many were in Fugger's own collection). The text is based on earlier studies by Peutinger, Pirckheimer, and others. An exceptionally fine work from the private press of Peter Apianus (1495-1552), mainly known as a mathematician and geographer. Title woodcut by Hans Brosamer (after Dürer) and Fugger's coat of arms (by M. Ostendorfer) splendidly hand-coloured and raised in gilt; undoubtedly the work of the book's previous owner, Johann Spiegler, who signs his name beneath the imprint on the title page ("Annumeror libris Joannis Spiegleri Juliomagensis"). Spiegler is known as a Constance miniaturist active during the first half of the 18th century (cf. Brun, SKL III, 1913) and is sometimes identified with the Constance painter Franz Joseph (Johann) Spiegler (1691-1757; cf. Thieme/Becker XXXI, 370f.). - Slight dampstains and edge tears near end; occasional paper loss remargined. Page tt1r (the printed area of which reaches far into the margin) lack … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-10-16 13:19:23
GRIDARIO GENERALE
1534. Milano, Marc'Antonio Pandolfo Malatesta, 1688. In-folio; sette parti, ciascuna con frontespizio a s‚: 32 cc. (con amplissimi indici generali), 6 cc., 135 pp.; 8 cc., 244 pp. (le pp. 145-244 preposte al rimanente); 4 cc., 126 pp.; 2 cc., 104 pp., 1 c.; 6 cc., 174 pp., 1 c.b.; 2 cc., 53 pp., 1 c.b.; 4cc., 113 pp.; legatura coeva in tutto cartone alla rustica. Stemmi incisi ai frontespizi. Ex libris a timbro alle prime carte (Agostino Caironi 1877, Manzoni). Bell'esemplare. Questo gridario va dal 1656 al 1686, vale a dire dal governatorato di Alonso Perez de Vivero conte di Fuensaldagna a quello di Giovanni Tomaso Enriquez de Cabrera e Toledo, conte di Melgar. Biblioteca Statutaria del Senato IV, pp. 325-26. Manzoni I, 276
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-16 13:13:45
CATULLUS, TIBULLUS, PROPERTIUS
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-16 12:17:38
Proclus Diadochus. Stoeffler, Johann.
Tübingen Morhart, 1534. (30 x 20 cm). 8 (1w) nn. Bll., 133 (recte 135) num. Bll., 1 nn. Bl. Mit 1 ganzseitigen Holzschnittporträt und ca. 20 astronomischen Textholzschnitten. Halblederband des 18. Jahrhunderts. Einzige Ausgabe des astronomischen Hauptwerks von Proklus in der Bearbeitung von Stoeffler; zusammen mit dessen lateinischer Übersetzung der "Sphaera" posthum von Ludwig Schradin veröffentlicht. Die aus dem 5. Jahrhundert stammende Schrift zählt zu den einflussreichsten der ptolemäischen Kosmologie. Von ihr erschienen bis zur Frührenaissance über 70 Ausgaben und selbst auf Kepler übte sie starken Einfluss aus. - Proklus, einer der bedeutendsten Vertreter des Neuplatonismus, kritisiert hier die stets neu anzupassenden mathematischen Konstruktionen, die nötig sind, um im geozentrischen Weltbild die Planetenbewegungen zu erklären und versucht deren beobachtete Ungleichförmigkeiten zu erklären. - Mit zwei wichtigen Hinweisen zur Entdeckung Amerikas; auf Batt 24 recto: "Ut est America provincia occidentalis vicina tropico capricorni. inventa per Columbanum Ianuensem" und auf Batt 54 verso: "Hoc in primis, deprehendit Vespucius nobilis mathematicus, terram nusquam oceano (ut illi crediderunt) à nostra omnino interceptam". - Stöffler (1452-1531), seit 1511 Professor für Mathematik und Astronomie in Tübingen, war u.a. Lehrer von Sebastian Münster und Philipp Melanchthon. Bekannt wurde er nicht nur durch die Herstellung astronomischer Instrumente, Globen und Uhren, sondern auch durch den gemeinsam mit Jakob Pflaum verfassten und 1499 erstmals veröffentlichten Almanach, einem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
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