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2018-09-28 16:49:06
1535. Condition: Good. De re militari libris XII - "The art of war in 12 books" -By Roberto Valturio -Published in Paris by Chrestien Wechel, -1535 - Folio - [12] 383 [1] pp. - Embossed leather cover. =35x22cm approx Illustrated with 82 woodcuts of war machines and other military activities Early edition of Roberto Valturio's seminal work: De re Militari - "The Art of War" Published 1535 in Paris by Christianum Wechelum This book, now nearly 500 years old, was published by Roberto Valturio (1405-75), an Italian Engineer from Rimini, Italy. His most famous work is "De re militari" which was completed in 1460. Hand written copies were distributed amongst the European rulers including Lorenzo de Medici & Louis XI, before the first published edition on 1472. The work was hugely influential throughout Europe and is famous for its use of woodcuts which vividly depict military technology of the Renaissance era. The Original Editions of 1472 (Latin) and 1483 (Italian) are almost unobtainable and their prices reflect this. This is a very early edition published in Paris in 1535. Condition: Pages generally in good condition. All leaves present. 82 original and beautiful woodcuts within the text. Some marks and stains to pages. The last few leaves are creased with more significant signs of wear. 2 pages torn with loss of text - supplied in facsimile - (see photos). Please see images for further details of condition Original boards with beautiful embossed leather decoration ?16th Century design. The work has been recently rebound with a black leather spine.
Bookseller: andrewt8002 [Oxford, GB]
2018-09-28 07:50:23
1535.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-28 07:50:23
1535. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-27 23:09:22
The Coverdale Bible,1535. An Original Leaf from the First Printed Bible in English; With an Historical Introduction and A Census of Copies Recorded in the British Isles and North America. The original leaf contained within this leaf book is one of the extremely rare illustrated part titles. The verso features an additional woodcut initial and "The Translator unto the Christian Reader" by Myles Coverdale (1488-1569). Extraordinary. In 1974, the part titles sold for more than double the cost (still a token amount) of a standard leaf and were reserved for drawings among Patrons and Sustaining Members of the California Book Club. This listing includes a custom book box, the original dust jacket, the standard leaf book and the original announcement sent to Members of the California Book Club announcing this exciting offering. Should you have interest in obtaining a "complete" copy (all known copies lack some leaves) of the 1535 Coverdale Bible, please contact us for pricing. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rare Bibles [Munford, Alabama, US]
2018-09-27 13:58:17
1535. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-22 08:30:54
CENEAU, Robert [Roberto SENALI; CENALIS] (1483-1560).
Joannem Roigny, 1535. Small 8vo. [xvi], 82 ff., 83-86 pp., 87-119 ff. Signatures: A-B8 a-k8 l4 m-n8 o10 p8 (p8 blank). Large woodcut initial letter, folding table [Ponderum Notulae], table in text (f.29 verso). Modern vellum, gilt-stamped maroon cover label; small tears to folios 25, 57, [60]=70. Title a bit soiled, rebacked with paper, faint waterstaining, old manuscript inscription on title, printing flaw on f.113 [P1] with four words partly supplied in manuscript. Occasional marginalia. RARE. Very good. Ceneau was a French Catholic theologian and historian. After graduating from the Sorbonne in 1513, he served successively as Bishop of Vence, Riez, and Avranches. He was a vigorous antagonist of the reformation and sought to repress "Lutheranism". This work is on the history of weights and measures in France "with a view to encourage uniformity." - Martin Bucer p. xii. The fifth part deals with the calculation and use of the abacus [f.57]. Printed by Jean de Roigny, fl. 1529-1566. Note: not all copies have the folding table. Not in: Bruno Kisch, Scales and Weights: an historical outline. REFERENCES: Adams, Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe, 1501-1600, no. 1253; Andrew Pettegree, ?Malcolm Walsby (eds.), French Books III & IV (FB) (2 vols.): Books published in France before 1601 in Latin . . . Brill, 2012, no. 60610; John McClintock, ?James Strong, Cyclopædia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, 1891, p. 863; B. Moreau, Inventaire Chronologique des editions Parisiennes du XVIe siecle, Paris, 1972-2004, vol. IV, no. 1233. See also: Ma … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books [CARLSBAD, California, US]
2018-08-19 06:54:15
LACTANTIUS (with) TERTULLIAN
[Venice, in aedibus haeredum Aldi, et Andreae soceri,], 1535. 8vo. Two works in one, ff. (xii) 328 (xvi) 47 (xliii). Italic letter, occasional Roman and Greek. Printer’s device to t-p and recto of last. Light age browning in places, heavier to pre-penultimate gathering, some slight marginal foxing, tiny worm trails to lower outer corner of first few ll., faint water stains to some margins, small ink spot to fol. 317 obscuring a few letters, occasional contemporary marginalia. A very good, well-margined copy in handsome contemporary probably Bolognese goatskin, traces of ties, a few wormholes to covers, blue edges faded. Blind-tooled to a triple-ruled panel design, panel border with interlacing floral branch, centre panels with blind-tooled ivy leaves to corners and rhombus-shaped centrepieces with fleurons. Spine in four compartments, blind-tooled double-ruled border and cross-hatched single-rule decoration to each, raised bands with blind-tooled single rule, a few wormholes, loss to three compartments. Inscriptions ‘Ex libris ferd. di Gasparina (?) 1707’, ‘Festina lente’, ‘Est de Neapolj’ (both contemporary) to t-p, early erased inscription ending in ‘nativitati dñi 1558’ to fol. 258, occasional early annotation. The handsome binding was made in central-northern Italy. It resembles a Bolognese binding in de Marinis II, 1270 bis. Very good, well-margined editions of these milestones of early Christian apologetics, edited by the monk and humanist Onorato Fascitello (1502-64). Born in Numidia, Lactantius (c.250-325AD) moved to Greece where he taught rhetoric and converted to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-07-09 17:41:05
Iohannes Philoponos 'Gramaticus' (ca. 490-ca. 570) ; Trincavelli, Vittore (1496-1568), ed.
[Colofón: venetiis : in aedibus Bartholomaei zanetti casterzagensis, aere uero, & diligentia Ioannis Francisci Trincaueli]. [i.e. 1535].- // [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // 1ª ed.- Folio, (300x205 mm.).- [146] f.; sign.: *2, A-S8 [S8, ausente en este ejemplar]; título paralelo griego-latín en portada; marca tipográfica del querubín que sostiene una rama de olivo en portada; friso y capital xilografiados en rojo en f. A1r; texto en caracteres griegos.- // Encuadernación del s. XVII en pergamino; lomo rotulado 'J. Grammatic. In Aristot. de Anim.' Pergamino ondulado y algo sucio; cabezada de pie, perdida; cuerpo semidesprendido; leve cerco antiguo de humedad en margen superior de portada y folio siguiente, y en margen superior, sin llegar al texto, en cuadernos desde E hasta H. Folio A1, con rasgadura interior, junto al cosido, sin pérdida ni afección. Último folio, S8, blanco salvo la repetición de la marca tipográfica de portada, ausente en este ejemplar. Amplios márgenes; buen papel, limpio; texto claro con subrayados y apostillas marginales manuscritas fechadas en 1578.- // Proc.: Exlibris manuscrito, s. XVII, del convento de los Trinitarios calzados de Madrid, 'Liba de Trins calzs Madrid Est. 12 Cax. 2'; dos sellos encolados de la Junta Delegada del Tesoro Artístico, indicando como porc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2018-06-20 07:30:34
HEBRAICA - JUDAICA) // MÜNSTER (Sebastian), 1488 - Bâle, 1552 ; David KIMHI, Narbonne, circa 1160-1235
Basiliae (Bâle), Froben, 1535.fort in-8 : ornementé de belles lettrines (très légers cernes). pleine basane fauve muette (menus défauts, petits accrocs en tête du dos, coiffe de queue pour partie arasée, qqs. frottements sur une coupe - reliure ancienne). Très bon exemplaire de la Troisième édition du célèbre Dictionnaire Hébreu et Latin, avec la belle marque du prestigieux imprimeur et ami d'Erasme, Johann Froben, au titre et à la suite du colophon. On y trouve une courte introduction en hébreu, et un texte en hébreu sur 3 pp. in-fine - Plusieurs ex-libris au titre, parfois biffés. "Münster's celebrated Hebrew dictionary went through five editions in Münster's own lifetime. Although now better known for his landmark Cosmographiae Universalis, Münster was first renowned as a Hebraicist. On the strength of his important contributions as a mediator of Jewish learning to Christian scholars he was elected to the chair of Hebrew at Basel in 1527. When John Calvin came to Basel in 1534 he gave himself to the study of Hebrew under Münster's guidance." DES PHOTOGRAPHIES NUMERIQUES SONT DISPONIBLES PAR E-MAIL SUR SIMPLE DEMANDE - DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHS MAY BE AVAILAIBLE ON REQUEST. Livres
Bookseller: Librairie ancienne Michèle Masson [Bordeaux, France]
2018-06-18 15:49:46
IUSTINUS Marcus Iunianus.
per Pietro de Nicolini da Sabio, 1535. Pompeo Trogo, storico latino del secolo di Augusto, pubblico le "Storie Filippiche" rielaborando un testo ellenistico verosimilmente dal medesimo titolo. Dell'opera ci rimangono i sommari dei diversi libri e una sequenza di estratti raccolti da Giustino (Giuniano), noto appunto come epitomatore di Trogo. Frontespizio in cornice xilografata. Qualche alone, restauro all'ultima carta con insignificante mancanza di cinque lettere, esemplare ottimo, assoluta mancanza di fori di tarlo o muffe. Tutta pergamena coeva, 176 carte, 110 x 160 mm
Bookseller: il Bulino libri rari [IT]
2018-06-03 06:37:59
Roberto Valturio
Early edition of Roberto Valturio's seminal work: De re Militari - "The Art of War" Published 1535 in Paris by Christianum Wechelum Roberto Valturio (1405-75) was an Italian Engineer from Rimini, Italy. His most famous work is "De re militari" which was completed in 1460. Hand written copies were distributed amongst the European rulers including Lorenzo de Medici & Louis XI, before the first published edition on 1472. The work was hugely influential throughout Europe and is famous for its use of woodcuts which vividly depict military technology of the Renaissance era. The Original Editions of 1472 (Latin) and 1483 (Italian) are almost unobtainable and their prices reflect this. This is a very early edition published in Paris in 1535. Condition: Pages generally in good condition. All leaves present. 82 original and beautiful woodcuts within the text. 2 pages torn with loss of text. Original boards but the work is disbound. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Andrew Taylor [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-06-02 20:48:06
(HEBRAICA - JUDAICA) // MÜNSTER (SEBASTIAN), 1488 - BÂLE, 1552 ; DAVID KIMHI, NARBONNE, CIRCA 1160-1235
1535Basiliae (Bâle), Froben, 1535.fort in-8 : ornementé de belles lettrines (très légers cernes). pleine basane fauve muette (menus défauts, petits accrocs en tête du dos, coiffe de queue pour partie arasée, qqs. frottements sur une coupe - reliure ancienne). Très bon exemplaire de la Troisième édition du célèbre Dictionnaire Hébreu et Latin, avec la belle marque du prestigieux imprimeur et ami d'Erasme, Johann Froben, au titre et à la suite du colophon. On y trouve une courte introduction en hébreu, et un texte en hébreu sur 3 pp. in-fine - Plusieurs ex-libris au titre, parfois biffés. "Münster's celebrated Hebrew dictionary went through five editions in Münster's own lifetime. Although now better known for his landmark Cosmographiae Universalis, Münster was first renowned as a Hebraicist. On the strength of his important contributions as a mediator of Jewish learning to Christian scholars he was elected to the chair of Hebrew at Basel in 1527. When John Calvin came to Basel in 1534 he gave himself to the study of Hebrew under Münster's guidance." DES PHOTOGRAPHIES NUMERIQUES SONT DISPONIBLES PAR E-MAIL SUR SIMPLE DEMANDE - DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHS MAY BE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.
Bookseller: Librairie Michele Masson [France, Bordeaux]
2018-05-31 06:18:57
BIBLIANDER, Theodore
1535 1st ed Hebrew Grammar by Swiss Theodore Bibliander Manual Judaism Judaica Theodore Bibliander was an early 16th-century Swiss author who focused his studies on Orientalism and Arabic linguistics. He is most remembered for his 1535 publication of Hebrew grammar and for being the first person to print the Qur’an in Latin. This first edition of ‘Institutionum grammaticarum’ was published in Zurich, Switzerland in 1535. It provides lessons on conjugations from Hebrew to Latin along with pronunciation guides and uses of words in the Hebrew language. Item number: #3359 Price: $950 BIBLIANDER, Theodore Institvtionvm grammaticarvm de lingva hebraia liber unus Tiguri [Zurich] : In Officina Froschoviana, 1535. Details: • Collation: Complete with all pages o [2], 305 (i.e. 105), [4] o Signatures: a-n8o, p4 [2 blanks] • References: Adams B 1981; USTC 666761; VD16 B 5324; • Language: Latin & Hebrew • Binding: Vellum; tight & secure • Size: ~6in X 4in (15cm x 10cm) • Extremely rare 1st edition with no other example for sale worldwide Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 3359 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-05-16 06:42:55
CENEAU, Robert [Roberto SENALI; CENALIS] (1483-1560).
Paris: Joannem Roigny, 1535. Paris:: Joannem Roigny, 1535., 1535. Small 8vo. [xvi], 82 ff., 83-86 pp., 87-119 ff. Signatures: A-B8 a-k8 l4 m-n8 o10 p8 (p8 blank). Large woodcut initial letter, folding table [Ponderum Notulae], table in text (f.29 verso). Modern vellum, gilt-stamped maroon cover label; small tears to folios 25, 57, [60]=70. Title a bit soiled, rebacked with paper, faint waterstaining, old manuscript inscription on title, printing flaw on f.113 [P1] with four words partly supplied in manuscript. Occasional marginalia. RARE. Very good. Ceneau was a French Catholic theologian and historian. After graduating from the Sorbonne in 1513, he served successively as Bishop of Vence, Riez, and Avranches. He was a vigorous antagonist of the reformation and sought to repress "Lutheranism". This work is on the history of weights and measures in France "with a view to encourage uniformity." – Martin Bucer p. xii. The fifth part deals with the calculation and use of the abacus [f.57]. Printed by Jean de Roigny, fl. 1529-1566. Note: not all copies have the folding table. Not in: Bruno Kisch, Scales and Weights: an historical outline. REFERENCES: Adams, Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe, 1501-1600, no. 1253; Andrew Pettegree, ?Malcolm Walsby (eds.), French Books III & IV (FB) (2 vols.): Books published in France before 1601 in Latin . . . Brill, 2012, no. 60610; John McClintock, ?James Strong, Cyclopædia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, 1891, p. 863; B. Moreau, Inventaire Chronologique des editions Parisiennes du XVIe siecle, P … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA [Carlsbad, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-05-15 06:20:31
CENEAU, Robert [Roberto SENALI; CENALIS] (1483-1560).
Paris: Joannem Roigny, 1535. Paris:: Joannem Roigny, 1535., 1535. Small 8vo. [xvi], 82 ff., 83-86 pp., 87-119 ff. Signatures: A-B8 a-k8 l4 m-n8 o10 p8 (p8 blank). Large woodcut initial letter, folding table [Ponderum Notulae], table in text (f.29 verso). Modern vellum, gilt-stamped maroon cover label; small tears to folios 25, 57, [60]=70. Title a bit soiled, rebacked with paper, faint waterstaining, old manuscript inscription on title, printing flaw on f.113 [P1] with four words partly supplied in manuscript. Occasional marginalia. RARE. Very good. Ceneau was a French Catholic theologian and historian. After graduating from the Sorbonne in 1513, he served successively as Bishop of Vence, Riez, and Avranches. He was a vigorous antagonist of the reformation and sought to repress "Lutheranism". This work is on the history of weights and measures in France "with a view to encourage uniformity." – Martin Bucer p. xii. The fifth part deals with the calculation and use of the abacus [f.57]. Printed by Jean de Roigny, fl. 1529-1566. Note: not all copies have the folding table. Not in: Bruno Kisch, Scales and Weights: an historical outline. REFERENCES: Adams, Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe, 1501-1600, no. 1253; Andrew Pettegree, ?Malcolm Walsby (eds.), French Books III & IV (FB) (2 vols.): Books published in France before 1601 in Latin . . . Brill, 2012, no. 60610; John McClintock, ?James Strong, Cyclopædia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, 1891, p. 863; B. Moreau, Inventaire Chronologique des editions Parisiennes du XVIe siecle, P … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA [Carlsbad, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-05-13 06:31:17
Goncalo (Gonzalo) Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes
N.P., N.D, 1535. This work is a later summation of La Historia General y Natural de las Indias the first part of which first appeared in Seville beginning in 1535. Repair to lower right corner of title page; fore-edge moisture mark; repaired tear to A2 & K1 leaves (see images). From the distinguished Biblioteca de D. Pedro Ybanez Pacheco with his plate to title blank verso. Watermarked with three encircled stars above GP (as well as encircled NB & DB) probably the mark of A.G. de Barca, ca. 1749. Handsomely bound in half vellum with calligraphic particulars to spine.; Quarto 283x190 mm; 57,[ix] pages; All shipments through USPS insured Priority Mail. .
Bookseller: William Chrisant & Sons, Inc. ABAA, ILAB [Ft Lauderdale, FL, U.S.A.]
2018-04-27 05:48:18
Aristotle; Ioannes Argyropoulos; Donato Acciaiuoli; Luca-Antonio Giunta
Venice: Venetiis : In officina Lucaeantonii Iuntae, mense Februario 1535, 1535. Hardcover. Good. Aristotelis Stagiritae peripateticorum principis Ethicorum ad Nicomachum libri decem. Folio, 31 x 21 cm. Bound in contemporary limp vellum. Spine title in brown ink. Collated: [6], 205 leaves. (Lacks final blank.) Pages generally in excellent condition, clean and unmarked, with a scintilla soiling. Title remounted, with a facsimile printer's device. Latin translation by Joannes Argyropoulos, with commentary by Donato Acciaiuoli. "Ioanne Argiropylo Byzantio interprete, nuper recogniti & cum Donati Acciaioli Florentini viri doctissimi commentariis castigatissimis, nunc primum in lucem editi." Ref: Adams A1803
Bookseller: SequiturBooks [U.S.A.]
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2018-04-06 09:00:45
CICERON, Marcus Tullius
CICERON, Marcus Tullius Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner, 4 mars 1535.In-folio en gothiques allemandes de (4) ff., 160 ff. mal chiffrés CLIX, (2) ff. Restauration avec perte de qq. lettres à 3 ff., pte. tache à 3 ff. Relié en vélin ivoire postérieur, dos lisse, tranches mouchetées. Elégant vélin postérieur. 280 x 188 mm. / CICERON, Marcus Tullius Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner, 4 mars 1535.Folio [280 x 188 mm] in German gothic letters of (4) ll., 160 ll. misnumbered CLIX, (2) ll. Small repair with loss of a few letters on 3 ll., small stain on 3 ll. Bound in later ivory vellum, flat spine, mottled edges. Elegant posterior vellum. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Camille Sourget [Paris, France]
2018-04-04 22:24:01
Aristotle; Ioannes Argyropoulos; Donato Acciaiuoli; Luca-Antonio Giunta
Venice: Venetiis : In officina Lucaeantonii Iuntae, mense Februario 1535, 1535. Hardcover. Good. Aristotelis Stagiritae peripateticorum principis Ethicorum ad Nicomachum libri decem. Folio, 31 x 21 cm. Bound in contemporary limp vellum. Spine title in brown ink. Collated: [6], 205 leaves. (Lacks final blank.) Pages generally in excellent condition, clean and unmarked, with a scintilla soiling. Title remounted, with a facsimile printer's device. Latin translation by Joannes Argyropoulos, with commentary by Donato Acciaiuoli. "Ioanne Argiropylo Byzantio interprete, nuper recogniti & cum Donati Acciaioli Florentini viri doctissimi commentariis castigatissimis, nunc primum in lucem editi." Ref: Adams A1803
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2018-03-31 00:57:29
Sannazaro, Jacopo.
In aedibus haeredum Aldi Manutii, et Andreae Asvlani Soceri], 1535. Italian humanist and pastoral romance writer Jacopo Sannazaro (1458-1530) here showcases his elegies, epigrams, and eclogues (with the "Salices"), his "Lamentation on the Death of Christ," and his "De Partu Virginis," a curious Christian poem that won him the title of the Christian Virgil. Sannazaro was a favorite at the court of Naples and also wrote works in the Neapolitan dialect. The text is neatly printed in single columns using mostly italic and some roman type, with unaccomplished guide letters; the iconic Aldine printer's device appears on the title-page and final page of text. This edition also contains a preface by Paulus Manutius, and Renouard notes it is "mieux ordonnée et plus complète que les précédentes, de 1527, 1528, 1529 et 1533." The second section of text has its own title-page reading "Elegiarum libri tres, et totidem epigrammaton, nuper emissi." Provenance: Early inked initials "G.V." on title-page; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2018-03-17 06:08:11
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A unique collection of rare editions of five medieval English law books, all printed in the early sixteenth century, two the copies recorded in the Short Title Catalogue, the first lacking its title, else especially clean and complete. Contemporary blind stamped calf, worn, ?a unique binding with panels similar to Oldham's HM26 and 28 (front) and HM25 (back); the Taussig copy. in Aedibus T. Berthel[eti] [imprints vary; all by Berthelet], London, 1535-40?.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-03-16 23:41:42
in Aedibus T. Berthel[eti] [imprints vary; all by Berthelet] 1535-40?, London. Contemporary blind stamped calf, worn, ?a unique binding with panels similar to Oldham's HM26 and 28 (front) and HM25 (back); the Taussig copy A unique collection of rare editions of five medieval English law books, all printed in the early sixteenth century, two the copies recorded in the Short Title Catalogue, the first lacking its title, else especially clean and complete
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-03-11 08:40:51
VEGETIUS (Flavius Renatus.)
Paris, Ch. Wechel "Sub scuto Basiliensi", Paris, Ch. Wechel "Sub scuto Basiliensi"1535 ; petit in-8, veau brun, encadrement d'un filet doré, fleurs de lys dorées aux angles, medaille dorée au centre des plats montrant Platon et Didon, les médailles sont placées entre le chiffre I. R. (Reliure de l'époque) 359 pp., (1 p. bl.), 6 ff. de table, 1 f avec la marque de l'imprimeur - figures gravées dans le texte, lettrines.ÉDITION TRÈS RARE du traité militaire de Vegèce avec les commentaires de Budé. L'éditeur Chrétien Wechel originaire de Herenthals dans le Brabant fut naturalisé français en 1528. Il collabora avec C. Resch qui lui céda son magasin rue St. Jacques en août 1526. Il se spécialisa, en l'enseigne de L'écu de Bâle dans les impressions humanistes. Le Vegèce de Budé parut chez lui au format in-folio, puis en 1535 en format in-folio et in-8. - BM.S.T.C. p.436.Exemplaire avec de nombreux commentaires marginaux manuscrits du XVIe siècle dans les marges des pp. 4 à 41. Notes et croquis de la même main sur les gardes. L'exemplaire à appartenu à la bibliothèque de la célèbre abbaye de Saint-Victor (cachet du XVIIIe et notes ms sur le titre.)
Bookseller: Librairie du Manoir de Pron [France, Montigny sur Canne]
2018-03-10 20:01:58
LIVIUS Titus
Cum dimidia, longe tamen qum nuper emaculatiores, quod nunc demum ad vetera contulerimus exemplaria, ubi quantum sit deprehensum mendorum, facile indicabunt doctissimae in hunc autorem Beati Rhenani & Sigismundi Galenij adiunctae Annotationes. In Officina Frobeniana, Basileae, 1535. In folio (mm. 373x252), mz. pergam. antica, tit. ms. al dorso, pp.num. 69,(7),244,243,211,91,(40),(96), ornato da belliss. grandi iniz. figur. a vignetta, su fondo nero, inc. su legno. Manca la prima carta dopo il frontesp. (a2). Vi sono contenute: "Decas Prima (in 10 libri) - Decas Tertia (in 10 libri) - Decas Quarta (in 10 libri) - Decas Quinta (in 5 libri) con proprio frontesp. (in Officina Frobeniana, 1534) - Decadum XIIII Epitome - Chronologia sive temporum supputatio in omnem Romanam historiam ab Troia capta ad millesimum ducentesimum octogesimum tertium ab Urbe condita annum.. per Henricum Glareanum.., con proprio frontesp. (Basileae, 1535) - Indice".Cfr. Graesse,IV,227: "Rimpression de l'dition de Bale de 1531, augmente des notes de Rhenanus et de Galenius qui ont corrig le texte.. L'd. de 1531 est importante parce qu'elle donne pour la premire fois le 5 livres dcouverts par Gryne dans un man. de la bibl. du monastre de Lorsch prs de Worms..".Lieve alone all'ang. sup. e inf. interc. nel t. altrimenti esemplare molto ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2018-03-10 11:26:14
LUCAIN (Marcus Annaeus Lucanus)
Lyon, Jacobus Giunta, 1535; in-8, 290 pp. + 2 ff.n.ch., plein vélin souple de l'époque (reliure manipulée présentant des manques et des traces d'usage). Très rare édition, inconnue à Baudrier (Bibliographie lyonnaise : Recherches sur les imprimeurs, libraires, relieurs et fondeurs lyonnais au XVIe siècle) et à Sybille von Gültlingen (Bibliographie des livres imprimés à Lyon au seizième siècle, in Bibliotheca bibliographica Aureliana) ; aucun exemplaire n'est recensé dans les bibliothèques publiques françaises. Élégante édition de la Pharsale, imprimée par Jacques Giunta. Cachet au timbre humide sur la page de titre (au-dessus de la belle marque d'imprimeur), nombreux ex-libris manuscrits anciens, sur les feuillets de garde ou la page de titre, laissant deviner que le volume a circulé entre de nombreuses mains. Galerie de vers dans la marge inférieure des 31 derniers feuillets, sans atteinte au texte ; claire trace de mouillure ancienne en marge d'une dizaine de feuillets. Exemplaire correct malgré les défauts signalés. En l'état. 1535
Bookseller: Librairie de L'Amateur [France, Strasbourg]
2018-03-04 05:18:49
DIOGENIS, LAERTIUS (DIOGENE LAERTII CLARISSIMI HISTORICI).
(Colonia), Eucharius Agrippinas excudebat, 1535, mense Martio. In 8vo antico (cm 10, 5 x 16), 2 cc. b., front. con marca tip. incisa in legno (non controllata), pp. (22 contenenti la traduzione di Ambrogio Traversari e l'Index), 679, 1 c. b., capilett. figurati e istoriati in vignetta silografica, testo corsivo latino, in corsivo tondo romano, con alcune parti nell'originale greco, indici stampati in gotico, leg. in parte orig., in piena pelle coeva, di cui sono stati conservati i piatti con i filetti e le impressioni a secco, dorso a 4 nervi. Pregiata edizione delle vite dei filosofi di Diogene Laerzio. Non ci è pervenuta alcuna notizia sulla sua vita; il nome Laerzio potrebbe derivare dalla città di Laerte, in Cilicia, l'odierna Alanya in Turchia; altri, rifacendosi alla sua biografia ne deducono che egli fosse originario di Nicea; altri ancora, infine, attraverso deduzioni di carattere culturale, pur non pronunciandosi sulla sua origine, ritengono che egli sia prevalentemente vissuto ad Alessandria. Lo si colloca normalmente tra la fine del II secolo e la prima metà del III, e ciò lo si deduce dalla sua conoscenza di Sesto Empirico, vissuto nella seconda metà del II secolo d. C., e dalla citazione del filosofo Potamone di Alessandria come vissuto, dice Diogene "poco tempo fa", e operante nei primi anni del III secolo. Diogene non dichiara esplicitamente la sua appartenenza a una determinata scuola filosofica, e tuttavia, dai giudizi espressi in alcune biografie, traspare un'ostilità verso forme di pensiero superstizioso, la sua simpatia" nei confronti di Epicuro e la sua … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte Galleria Kúpros [IT]
2018-02-23 18:50:33
Imprenta de Miguel Ginesta, Madrid - Estado de conservación: Bueno. Faltas, daños, anotaciones, firmas: Aparentemente no presenta faltas, anotaciones, firmas o daños. Páginas: 359 Año: 1879 Medidas: 17 X 11 cm. Ilustraciones o Grabados: No Fotografías: No Encuadernación: Holandesa con papel pintado, Tejuelos en morado oscuro. Hierros dorados en lomo y cubierta. Año a pie del lomo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: La Clandestina books
2018-02-23 07:36:40
LACTANTIUS FIRMIANUS.
Venezia, in aedibus haeredum Aldi et Andreae soceri, mense Martio, 1535. In - 8°; 12, 328, 16, 48, 44 cc. Testo latino (in corsivo), qualche passaggio in greco. Legatura ottocentesca in tutto marocchino verde con impressa ai piatti in oro l'ancora aldina circondata da un triplice filetto e motivi ornamentali sempre in oro. Altri fregi floreali al dorso e titolo in oro; filetti interni e tagli dorati. Buon esemplare con ampi margini (16 x 10 cm.), proveniente dalla Biblioteca di Alexander Cochrane (ex - libris). Seconda edizione aldina, che si distingue dalla prima (1515) in quanto basata su nuovi manoscritti della biblioteca di Montecassino. Curata da Onorato Fascitello, amico del Bembo, questa versione testuale rimase la base di riferimento per le edizioni successive in tutta Europa. Precedono i testi la dedica di Paolo Manuzio a Germano Minadoi e la lettera di G. B. Egnazio ad Antonio Trivulzio (già apparsa nell'edizione del 1515). Renouard, pp. 113 - 114: "Trés bonne édition, bien supérieure à celle de 1515". Ahmanson - Murphy IIIa, 243.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-02-09 13:53:56
Schulte-Strathaus, Ernst (Neuauflage durch)
Nachdruck des ältesten deutschen Liederbuches von 1535, OPgmt. Optisch sehr ansprechende, saubere Ganzpergamentausgabe mit Rückenschild und Kordelbindung. Ein Verschlussband ist gerissen, könnte aber mit etwas Liebe repariert werden. Vorsatz mit einer persönlichen Widmung von Schulte-Strathaus an den Stellvertreter des Führers, Rudolf Heß (aus der Bibliothek der Familie Rudolf Heß). 69
Bookseller: Berg GbR
2018-02-08 11:37:45
BIBLIA - CONCORDANTIA
Lyon, Seb. Gryphim, 1535. 4to. Bound in a later full calf pastiche-binding in Cambridge-style, with elegant 'mirrors' to boards and blindstamped borders and decorations, spine with five raised bands, forming six compartments. Leather title-label with title in gilt lettering to spine. Spine miscoloured and several stains to boards. Stamp to front free end-paper and title-page. Annotation in contemporary hand to title-page and last leaf with woodcut-device depicting a griffin. Waterstain to inner margin, affecting lower part of first 10 and last 15 leaves. a-z8, A-Z8, AA-BB8, CC10, aa-mm8, nn10. ¶ Rare second edition of this Latin Bible Concordance (the first being from 1529) from the printer Sebastian Gryphius. The present work being one of the first to use the griffin mark.
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2018-01-30 09:50:03
Horatius Flaccus Quintus
Apud Seb. Gryphium, 1535. In 8°; due opere in un volume: 326, (2) pp. e 159, (1) pp. Bellissima e curiosa legatura della fine dell'ottocento in piena pelle con titolo in oro al dorso e ricchissimi fregi in oro al dorso ed ai piatti. Qualche strofinatura. Tagli riccamente dorati. Al frontespizio del primo volume due antiche firme cinquecentesche di appartenenza privata anticamente cancellata ma ancora in parte visibile. Numerose note cinquecentesche manoscritte al margine bianco della prima opera chiosate in bella e leggibile grafia cinquecentesca. Ex-libris nobiliare applicato all'interno del piatto anteriore. Il testo è inserito in una doppia cornice manoscritta. Esemplare che all'interno si presenta in buone-ottime condizioni di conservazione. Ambedue i frontespizi presentano la marca tipografica di Sebastian Gryphius con Grifone con zampa anteriore sinistra sollevata e testa girata verso sinistra motto "Virtute duce, comite fortuna". Il primo volume all'ultima carta presenta la marca tipografica di Gryphius con Grifone che regge una pietra alla quale e' attaccata una sfera alata e motto "Virtute duce, comite fortuna". Il primo volume raccoglie l'opera del grande poeta romano Quinto Orazio Flacco (Venosa, 8 dicembre 65 a.C. - Roma, 27 novembre 8 a.C.) considerato fra i più grandi poeti e teorici dell'Ars Vivendi romani e della poesia latina. Fra i lavori qui presentati i Carminum, Sermonum, De Arte Poetica Lib., Epodon Liber., l'Epistolarium. Il secondo volume presenta invece contiene le celebri "Satire" del celebre poeta e oratore romano, Decimo Giunio Giovenale, in ling … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Zanfrognini Antonio [IT]
2018-01-27 09:34:04
ARIOSTO, Lodovico
In Vinegia, per Nicolo di Aristotile detto Zoppino, 1535. In 8vo (cm. 14,4); cartoncino rigido dell'Ottocento: grande xilografia con il ritratto dell'Ariosto al frontespizio attribuito al Tiziano; carte 32. Axs
Bookseller: Libreria Bongiorno Paolo [IT]
2018-01-27 07:31:14
Ariosto, Lodovico
(in fine) in Vinegia, appresso Francesco Bindone e Mapheo Pasini, 1535 (mese di Ma[r]zo), Con ogni probabilità la prima edizione. Leggero alone al frontespizio, sporadiche fioriture, nel complesso esemplare in ottime condizioni. Ariosto cominciò la stesura del «Negromante», la sua prima commedia in versi, ma la quarta in ordine di apparizione, nel 1509, e riuscì a portarla a termine solo nel 1520, per poi rivederla ulteriormente nel 1528, anno in cui fu messa in scena. La critica è discorde in merito all’anno di uscita dell’editio princeps: la tradizionale datazione, che vedrebbe l’edizione senza data e luogo uscita poco dopo il 1530, è stata infatti messa in discussione, e parrebbe probabile che la presente, del 1535, sia l’edizione originale, cfr. Agnelli Ravegnani, «Annali delle edizione ariostee»: «Edizione assai rara. Il Poggiali la considera come la più antica dopo l’editio princeps, o addirittura come tale allorché si voglia che l’edizione senza alcuna nota tipografica non sia impressa prima del 1535, bensì dal Sessa un anno dopo». Ritratto dell’autore al frontespizio, lettera di Lodovico Dolce alla carta A2, in fine legno raffigurante l’Arcangelo Raffaele con Tobiolo e il cane e, al verso dell’ultima carta, una grande xilografia raffigurante le due vipere con la mano armata di forbici. Agnelli Ravegnani, «Annali delle edizione ariostee», I, p. 120-121. in 8°, piena pergamena floscia con titoli manoscritti al dorso, ccnn 40 [A1-4-E1-4]. Con ogni probabilità la prima edizione. Leggero alone al frontespizio, sporadiche fioriture, nel complesso esemplare in ottime condi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pontremoli [Milano, MI, Italy]
2018-01-27 07:31:14
Ariosto Lodovico.
[In fine] Vinegia, appresso Francesco Bindone e Mapheo Pasini, 1535 mese di Maggio, Ritratto tizianesco dell’a. al frontespizio, lettera del Dolce al verso della carta A1, legno raffigurante l’Arcangelo Raffaele con Tobiolo e il cane, e, in al verso dell’ultima carta una grande xilografia raffigurante le due vipere con la mano armata di forbici. Cfr Agnelli Ravegnani, I, p. 110-111: «Ediz. assai pregevole, e dedicata da Lodovico Dolce a Pietro Aretino». Cfr Mazzucchelli, I, p: 1081; Baruffaldi, p. 308; Gamba, 24; Graesse, I, p: 202. in 8°, p. pergamena titoli ms. al dorso ccnn 36. p. pergamena titoli ms. al dorso
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pontremoli [Milano, MI, Italy]
2018-01-12 22:52:44
PULCI Luca
nelle case de Pietro de Nicolini da Sabbio, 1535. In-8 p. (mm. 210x150), p. pergam. antica (risg. rifatti), tit. oro su due tasselli al dorso, 139 cc.nn., 1 c.b, compreso il frontesp. entro ricca cornice decorata; molto ben illustrato da 78 vignette nel t., inc. su legno. Poema cavalleresco in quattro libri, impresso a caratteri tondi, a due colonne. Dedica "al Magnifico Signor mio, Lorenzo de Medici"; al verso dell'ultima c. sono due Sonetti intitolati "Ciriffo Caluaneo al Lettore". Nell'opera "si tratta il loro nascimento; & tutte l'aspre battaglie da loro fatte: e gli loro innamoramenti, fortune, e disgratie: e tutte le guerre fatte al tempo di re Luigi figliuolo di re Carlo Magno re di Franza contro al'infedeli". Cfr. Sander,II,5997 - Gamba,784 che cita varie ediz. a partire dalla prima del 1490 e della ns. precisa: "L'essere edizione citata e la difficoltà di trovarla, formano il merito di questa ristampa, la quale ricopia materialmente l'ediz. di Roma, 1514 (la prima a cui è stata aggiunta la 'Continuazione' del poema fatta da Bernardo Giambullari) - Brunet,IV,966: "édition assez rare" - Melzi, "Bibliogr. Romanzi e Poemi cavallereschi", p. 115: "Edizione rara, che è citata dagli Accademici della Crusca". Con unifori arross. interc. nel t. ma buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2018-01-10 21:00:07
PINDARUS.
Apud Andream Cratandrum, 1535. Cm. 21,5, pp. (12) 458 (18). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e ripetuto al verso dell'ultima carta. Bei capolettera ornati. Legatura coeva in pergamena floscia con unghie e traccia di tassello (posteriore) al dorso. Esemplare genuino, marginoso ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Con alcune glosse ms. coeve, compresa una correzione al frontespizio. Seconda edizione impressa a Basilea di questa pregevole edizione che presenta il commetario di Johannes Lonicer (1497-1569). Particolarmente apprezzata per la nitidezza dei caratteri e l'eleganza della stampa.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2018-01-06 13:08:48
DIOGENES LAERTIUS
Eucharius Agrippinas excudebat, 1535. Cm. 16, pp. (24) 679 (1). Bei capilettera xilografici, testo in latino intercalato da numerosi passi in greco. Bellissima legatura coeva in piena pelle con dorso a 4 nervi e ricche impressioni a secco ai piatti. Prima carta di guardia assente. Tre antiche firme manoscritte di possesso al frontespizio. Sporadiche macchiette e alone limitato alle carte finale, peraltro esemplare nel complesso ben conservato. Bellissima edizione delle vite dei filosofi di Diogene Laerzio (180-240), storico greco vissuto sotto l'impero Romano. Le sue celebri Vite dei filosofi sono una delle principali fonti sulla storia della filosofia greca. L'Autore esamina le vite di 83 pensatori dai Sette Sapienti fino a Epicuro. Questa traduzione latina, come si evince dalla prefazione, si deve al lavoro del teologo umanista Ambrogio Traversari (1386-1439). Edizione non comune. Cfr. Kvk..
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio
2017-12-30 11:46:47
HORATIUS.
Paris (Parisiis), Apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1535 - 1541. (Ad 1 & 2: 1539. Ad 3: 1535. Ad 4: 1541). 8vo. 4 volumes in 1: 96,75,64 & 12 leaves. 20th century red morocco. 8vo. 17.5 cm (Ref: Ad 1: Schweiger 2,420, reissue of the edition of 1533. Brunet 3,314: 'Texte d'Alde, édition correcte'. Dibdin 2,93. Moss 2,12. Graesse 3,350. Ebert 10154) Ad 2: Schweiger 2,426. Brunet 3,314. Dibdin 2,93. Moss 2,12. Graesse 3,350. Ebert 10154. Ad 3: Schweiger 2,503 & 508, reissue edition of 1528, Brunet 3,630. Dibdin 2,153. Graesse 3,519. Ebert 11224. Ad 4: Schweiger 2,709. cf. Moss 2,259. Dibdin 2,153. Graesse 5,212) (Details: Back ruled gilt, and with a black morocco shield. Each of the four titles shows Colinaeus' woodcut printer's mark: the Great Reaper, Tempus, swaying his scythe; 'Father Time', in the shape of a winged Satyr, moves on a broad pedestal, above which are shown flowers and grass cut down; behind this figure we read word 'Tempus'; upon the pedestal is the motto: 'Virtus sola aciem retundit istam'. All 4 copies printed completely in Italics. Dibdin on this Italic letter: 'To the curious, this will be an additional incitement to purchase the work, as Colinaeus is thought, perhaps not very justly, to have surpassed Aldus himself in the Italic type'. Woodcut initials) (Condition: Wear to the extremities. Back slightly rubbed. 3 small & old inscriptions on the first title, which is somewhat soiled; one of the names has been erased. Small wormhole in the first four leaves. Occasional old ink underlings and annotations) (Note: This convolute contains 4 titles which were published b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2017-12-30 11:46:47
HORATIUS.
Paris (Parisiis), Apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1535 - 1541. (Ad 1 & 2: 1539. Ad 3: 1535. Ad 4: 1541) 8vo. 4 volumes in 1: 96,75,64 & 12 leaves. 20th century red morocco. 8vo. 17.5 cm (Ref: Ad 1: Schweiger 2,420, reissue of the edition of 1533. Brunet 3,314: 'Texte d'Alde, édition correcte'. Dibdin 2,93. Moss 2,12. Graesse 3,350. Ebert 10154) Ad 2: Schweiger 2,426. Brunet 3,314. Dibdin 2,93. Moss 2,12. Graesse 3,350. Ebert 10154. Ad 3: Schweiger 2,503 & 508, reissue edition of 1528, Brunet 3,630. Dibdin 2,153. Graesse 3,519. Ebert 11224. Ad 4: Schweiger 2,709. cf. Moss 2,259. Dibdin 2,153. Graesse 5,212) (Details: Back ruled gilt, and with a black morocco shield. Each of the four titles shows Colinaeus' woodcut printer's mark: the Great Reaper, Tempus, swaying his scythe; 'Father Time', in the shape of a winged Satyr, moves on a broad pedestal, above which are shown flowers and grass cut down; behind this figure we read word 'Tempus'; upon the pedestal is the motto: 'Virtus sola aciem retundit istam'. All 4 copies printed completely in Italics. Dibdin on this Italic letter: 'To the curious, this will be an additional incitement to purchase the work, as Colinaeus is thought, perhaps not very justly, to have surpassed Aldus himself in the Italic type'. Woodcut initials) (Condition: Wear to the extremities. Back slightly rubbed. 3 small & old inscriptions on the first title, which is somewhat soiled; one of the names has been erased. Small wormhole in the first four leaves. Occasional old ink underlings and annotations) (Note: This convolute contains 4 titles which were published by … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2017-12-30 11:46:47
HORATIUS.
Paris (Parisiis), Apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1535 - 1541. (Ad 1 & 2: 1539. Ad 3: 1535. Ad 4: 1541) 8vo. 4 volumes in 1: 96,75,64 & 12 leaves. 20th century red morocco. 8vo. 17.5 cm (Ref: Ad 1: Schweiger 2,420, reissue of the edition of 1533. Brunet 3,314: 'Texte d'Alde, édition correcte'. Dibdin 2,93. Moss 2,12. Graesse 3,350. Ebert 10154) Ad 2: Schweiger 2,426. Brunet 3,314. Dibdin 2,93. Moss 2,12. Graesse 3,350. Ebert 10154. Ad 3: Schweiger 2,503 & 508, reissue edition of 1528, Brunet 3,630. Dibdin 2,153. Graesse 3,519. Ebert 11224. Ad 4: Schweiger 2,709. cf. Moss 2,259. Dibdin 2,153. Graesse 5,212) (Details: Back ruled gilt, and with a black morocco shield. Each of the four titles shows Colinaeus' woodcut printer's mark: the Great Reaper, Tempus, swaying his scythe; 'Father Time', in the shape of a winged Satyr, moves on a broad pedestal, above which are shown flowers and grass cut down; behind this figure we read word 'Tempus'; upon the pedestal is the motto: 'Virtus sola aciem retundit istam'. All 4 copies printed completely in Italics. Dibdin on this Italic letter: 'To the curious, this will be an additional incitement to purchase the work, as Colinaeus is thought, perhaps not very justly, to have surpassed Aldus himself in the Italic type'. Woodcut initials) (Condition: Wear to the extremities. Back slightly rubbed. 3 small & old inscriptions on the first title, which is somewhat soiled; one of the names has been erased. Small wormhole in the first four leaves. Occasional old ink underlings and annotations) (Note: This convolute contains 4 titles which were published by … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [Netherlands]
2017-12-27 19:12:56
BEMBO PIETRO.
VENEZIA, GIOVANN'ANTONIO DE NICOLINI DA SABIO, 1535. "In-4°; 58 cc.; legatura settecentesca in tutta pergamena rigida, tassello con titolo in oro al dorso, tagli a spruzzo. Buon esemplare appartenuto a Giuseppe Martini (ex libris)." "Seconda edizione (la prima è del 1530). Il volume contiene, in un raffinato
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-12-24 16:14:41
HERODIANUS - Joannes Bartholomaei Bindari of Zürich ( provenance )
Basel, Johann Walder [ ] , 1535 [ ] , in-16°, 443 pp , bound in contemporary blindstamped pigskin, traces of ties, corners bumped, spine damaged with some loss of the upperskin, some five leaves with ancient dogearing marks. On the title page a dated manuscript ex-libris of Joannes Bartholomaei Bindari Tigurini , 1572. On the opposite fly leaf a manuscript ex libris of '' Fr. Zollt (?) ''. USTC N° 662231. VD H 2496. This is the second Basle edition. The first was from 1534 and bears on the title the printer's name, which is absent in this second edition. Rare , only two copies in the USTC list. Herodianus ( 175 - 249 ) was a Roman historian who wrote in Greek. This text describes the lives 17 Roman emperors starting with Commodius, Pertinax, Didius Julianus.His style and method is clearly inspired by the classical Greek tradition of Thucydides. On the provenance; In 1619 was published by Ioh. Rodolphi Wolphii a '' Epicea in obitum rev. & doct. viri.;Io. Bartholomaei Binderi, collegi abbatissani Tig. inspectoris fidiss. pié Christo defuncti die 17. ianuarii 1619.''. §.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Wim de Goeij [Antwerpen, Belgium]
2017-12-22 15:38:49
Gregor REISCH, Oronce FINE
New edition, after the first edition published in 1503. Publisher and printer in the colophon in fine: Basileae excudebat Henricus Ptrus, ac Conradi Reschij impensis, an. MD XXXV. Henricus Petrus [ Heinrich Petri] Basileae [Bâle] 1535 Très fort Pet. in-4 (16x21,5cm) (80) 1498pp. (5) relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2017-12-16 16:28:17
DIOGENES LAERTIUS
Eucharius Agrippinas excudebat, 1535. Cm. 16, pp. (24) 679 (1). Bei capilettera xilografici, testo in latino intercalato da numerosi passi in greco. Bellissima legatura coeva in piena pelle con dorso a 4 nervi e ricche impressioni a secco ai piatti. Prima carta di guardia assente. Tre antiche firme manoscritte di possesso al frontespizio. Sporadiche macchiette e alone limitato alle carte finale, peraltro esemplare nel complesso ben conservato. Bellissima edizione delle vite dei filosofi di Diogene Laerzio (180-240), storico greco vissuto sotto l'impero Romano. Le sue celebri Vite dei filosofi sono una delle principali fonti sulla storia della filosofia greca. L'Autore esamina le vite di 83 pensatori dai Sette Sapienti fino a Epicuro. Questa traduzione latina, come si evince dalla prefazione, si deve al lavoro del teologo umanista Ambrogio Traversari (1386-1439). Edizione non comune. Cfr. Kvk..
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio
2017-12-16 09:04:59
BIBLIA - CONCORDANTIA
Lyon, Seb. Gryphim, 1535. 4to. Bound in a later full calf pastiche-binding in Cambridge-style, with elegant 'mirrors' to boards and blindstamped borders and decorations, spine with five raised bands, forming six compartments. Leather title-label with title in gilt lettering to spine. Spine miscoloured and several stains to boards. Stamp to front free end-paper and title-page. Annotation in contemporary hand to title-page and last leaf with woodcut-device depicting a griffin. Waterstain to inner margin, affecting lower part of first 10 and last 15 leaves. a-z8, A-Z8, AA-BB8, CC10, aa-mm8, nn10. ¶ Rare second edition of this Latin Bible Concordance (the first being from 1529) from the printer Sebastian Gryphius. The present work being one of the first to use the griffin mark.
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2017-12-14 03:58:20
BAÏF, Lazare de
1535. 16x11. 1 h. 72 fols. 8 h. lineas de texto en griego. Marca del Lázaro de Baif diplomático y literato francés, gran conocedor del griego y las humanidades. Trata de la vestimenta y sus adornos, sobre los ungüentos personales que se utilizaban, etc. Alegórico colofón xilogràfico. Buen estado [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Catedral [Tarragona, Spain]
2017-12-11 15:55:56
PTOLEMY Claudius.; FRIES Laurent
Double-page woodcut map, 310 x 477 mm; the paper of the margins is burnt and brittle; with Latin text, set within elaborate woodcut borders, printed on the verso. [Lyons : Melchior and Gaspar Trechsel],
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2017-12-10 10:21:32
Greek printing - Lucian, Lukian von Samosata, Lucianus
Venezia, Lucantonio Giunta il vecchio, 1535. 8°, circa 16,5 x 11,5 cm., 7 Bll. (ohne das achte weisse), 603 (recte 605) SS., 1 w. Bl., Titel mit Druckermarke. Neuerer Pappband Adams 1607; CNCE 29518; Hoffmann II, 537: "Der Text ist verbessert, ohne dass man aber die Quellen genau kennt; auch hat der Herausgeber Conjecturen aufgenommen". - In sich abgeschlossener Band 1 (von 2) der frühen, rein griechischen Werkausgabe mit einer Biographie des Lukian, zahlreichen Dialogen und einigen weiteren philosophischen bzw. satirischen Texten. Herausgeber war der Humanist Antonio Francini, von dem auch das lateinische Vorwort stammt. - Das weisse Blatt am Ende ist vorhanden, das der ersten Lage nicht. - Titel mit kleinen Papierfehlern in der oberen äusseren Ecke weit im weissen Rand ohne Textberührung, zu Beginn matter Feuchtrand, etwas gebräunt, teils leicht stockig, meist jedoch recht sauber. Sehr schlichter neuerer Einband. [7 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [Germany]
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2017-12-08 21:12:49
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ca ; issued in: Strassburg; date: ca1535. - technic: Woodcut; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 30,5 x 38; - description: Interesting map shows in Trapeziod shape former Sarmatia, now partly Russia with the Black Sea, the Ukraine and the peninsula Krim with the Asow sea. On reverse a dexcription with ornamental decoration.; - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna.Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519.By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group.This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-12-07 01:41:17
TOMITANO, Bernardino (1517-1576)
Giovanni Farri and fratelli. 8vo (152x102 mm). 439, (5) pp. With the printer's device on the title-page. Recent stiff vellum, lettering-piece on spine, inked title on lower edge. Provenance: on the title-page ownership's inscription of the humanist Alfonso Cambi Importuni (Naples, 1535-1570). Cambi collaborated with Lucantonio Ridolfi to the edition of Petrarch's Canzoniere published in Lyons in 1558; is the dedicatee of Galeazzo Florimonte's Ragionamenti sopra l'Etica di Aristotile (Venice, 1567, see below in this catalogue); was a correspondant of Annibal Caro; figures as an interlocutor in the dialogue Il Rota, ovvero Dialogo delle Imprese by Scipione Ammirato (Naples, 1562) (cf. C. Mutini, Cambi, Alfonso, in: "Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani", vol. 17, 1974, s.v.). Some light foxing, small stain and pen tests on last leaf verso, a fresh and genuine copy. FIRST EDITION. Bernardino Tomitano was a 24-year-old philosopher, when in 1541 he attended the ceremony during which his teacher, the famous scholar Sperone Speroni, was crowned prince of the Accademia degli Infiammati of Padua. In the two days following this event, scholars, academics, and poetry connoisseurs met at Speroni's house to discuss about literature and language. Four years later, in 1545, Tomitano published a detailed account of those literary conversations on poetics and rhetorics in his Ragionamenti della lingua Toscana (cf. M.T. Girardi, Il sapere e le lettere in Bernardino Tomitano, Milan, 1995, pp. 3-5). "The Ragionamenti della lingua toscana of Bernardino Tomitano (1545) represents the first nearl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
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