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2016-11-05 10:48:57
FRONTINUS Sextus Iulius
Giovan' Antonio di Nicolini da Sabio, 1536. In 16 (cm 11 x 15 circa), carte (4) + 104. Alcune pagine si presentano uniformemente brunite. Legatura in piena pergamena coeva con sguardie rinfrescate. Frontespizio illustrato con xilografie. Al frontespizio la data di stampa riportata e' 1537, al colophon 1536. Prima rara traduzione italiana a cura di Francesco Lucio Durantino del trattato militare di Sesto Iulio Frontino. Il nome del traduttore si evince dall'introduzione dedicatoria a Francesco Maria Duca di Urbino. D'Ayala, p. 17. ITA
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2016-10-30 03:03:39
VIDA (Marcus Hieronymus).
- 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-8. 1). 220pp. 2ff. 2). 155pp. Veau écaille, dos à nerfs orné (Reliure du XVIIIs.). La publication simultané à Lyon par Seb. Gryphe de ces deux ouvrages, constitue la première édition collective des oeuvres du poète italien Marcus Hieronimus Vida (1490-1566). C'est en même temps la première édition française de ces textes. L'année suivante ils furent réimprimés à Venise avec la mention sur le titre de: "Opera". La "Christiade" publiée pour la première fois à Cremone en 1535, est considérée comme le premier poème épique à caractère religieux. Le second ouvrage est un recueil de poèmes divers, paru à Rome en 1527, où figure notamment le "De Ludo Scacchorum", pièce sur le Jeu d'Echecs qui fut traduite et rééditée séparément par la suite. Exemplaire de François Garasse (Angoulème, 1585- Poitiers, 1631) auteur d'un ouvrage célèbre pour sa rareté et pour l'outrance bizarre de son style ("La Doctrine Curieuse des Beaux Esprits, 1624") dans lequel il entreprenait de dénonçer les libres penseurs (Vanini, Bruno, etc.). Sa signature figure sur le titre et le texte comporte des annotations autographes en marge et des soulignements. Mouillures claires, des taches, quelques traces d'usure à la reliure. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2016-10-21 09:32:02
Bible
Alleged as 1536 Bible by title page but more likely to have been printed in 1557, a date found elsewhere in the Bible. History of Bible: First printed in 1534, Luther's translation was considered largely responsibly for evolution of modern German language. Leather cover, wood engravings through, text embellished at beginning of chapters and paragraphs. Pp 8.5" x 12.5". 289 pp of text in first part of book, numbered on right only, except 289 misprinted as 789. Second part of Bible numbered 324pp the same way. Front and back cover and 1st 6pp detached. Spine ragged, last few pp semi detached. First 3 pp marked a bit, but inside book clean, bright, and good. No writing inside front cover. some underlining of passages. Back cover numerous ad various markings, etc. The task of translating the Bible which he thus assumed was to absorb him until the end of his life. While Luther was sequestered in the Wartburgtle (1521-1522) he began to translated the New Testament in German in order to make it more accessible to all the people of the "Holy Roman Empire of the German nation." He used Erasmus' second edition (1519 of the Greek New Testament - Erasmus' Greek text would come to be known as the Textus Receptus. To help him in translating Luther would make forays into the nearby towns and markets to listen to people speak. He wanted to ensure their comprehension by a translation closest to their contemporary language usage. It was published in September 1522, 6 months after he had returned to Wittenberg. In the opinion of the 19th century theologian and church historian, Philip Schaff, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-10-03 14:39:08
EUSEBIO DA CESAREA (detto Panfilo).
in Officina Aurelij Pincij veneti, 1536. Cm. 29, cc. (6) 173. Bel marchio tipografico al frontespizio e molti eleganti capolettera xilografici. Leg. settecentesca in mezza pergamena con punte, piatti in carta dipinta e titoli ms. al dorso. Mancanza ad una punta. Alcune note ms. marginali (seicentesche) forse di Gabriele de Rossi come si evince da una scritta alla terza carta: Ex libris Gabrielis de Rubeis Proxeod.mi die 30 Oct, 1642. Bell'esemplare, fresco ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Un timbretto illeggibile al frontespizio ed una antica nota di possesso ms. Si tratta apparentemente della prima edizione a stampa di quest'opera redatta nell'antichità da uno dei massimi scrittori ecclesiastici. Il presente, assieme alla "Preparazione evangelica", è uno dei due scritti cui è massimamente legata la fama di Eusebio da Cesarea come apologeta. In essa si scaglia contro le accuse mosse dai Giudei al cristianesimo con la motivazione che quest'ultimo contiene in sè quanto costituisce la vera essenza del giudaismo come religione rivelata ed è l'adempimento delle profezie. Non in Adams, Brunet.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2016-09-21 19:12:12
SPELUNGANO LEONE.
per Petrus de Ioannes Facholo, 1536. Cm. 23, ff. 261 + (3) di "Repertorium" e di registro ed explicit, legatura ottocentesca m. pelle marmorizzata e angoli con fregi e titolo a secco su tassello al dorso. Piatti marmorizzati. Titolo calligrafato in antico al taglio di piede. Bel frontespizio con titolo rubricato in rosso e in nero entro cornice elegantemente istoriata su fondo nero in xilografia. Capilettera xilografici ornati su fondo nero. Alcune firme di possesso antiche e affascinanti glosse manoscritte rinascimentali al margine di numerose carte. Sparse arrossature, qualche goretta marginale e qualche infinitesimale tarletto al margine interno del frontespizio, un restauro al margine superiore della carta di registro. Un antico timbro di possesso privato all'ultima carta d'indice. Buon esemplare nel complesso. Rara cinquecentina veneziana (seconda edizione assoluta, dopo la princeps napoletana del 1526) di una delle principali opere di notariato del nostro Rinascimento, destinata all'epoca a larghissima fortuna nell'ambiente notarile. Fra i più antichi formulari esistenti in merito al notariato, esso è antecedente sia al formulario fiorentino che a quello romano. Dell'edizione esistono due distinte emissioni, entrambe impresse il 21 aprile 1536 e con identica collazione, una, la nostra, "per Petrus de Ioannes Facholo", l'altra con la dicitura tipografica "per Ioannem Andream dictum Guadagninum et fratres de Vauassoribus". Lo Spelungano, notaio ed avvocato morto nel 1372, deve il suo nome alla località di nascita, Sperlonga. Addottoratosi in diritto civile nello studio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2016-09-21 17:11:09
[FRANÇOIS IER] :
Avignon, Jehan de Channey, août 1536.Suivi de : "S'ensuyent les taux modérations, sallaires et emoluments [...] avecques le grand arrest doné par nostre très chrestien Roy de France, touchant la confirmation de la Justice et ordonnances [...]. Avec les villes et châteaux de Provence extraictes par maistre Anthoine Arena." Lyon, s.n., le 24 may, 1540 ; deux tomes reliés en un volume, petit in-folio (255 mm), vélin patiné et titre manuscrit au dos (reliure moderne) ; 105 ff. [9] ff. de table ; [22] ff. (A-T 6 ; A-D, D 4, E 2) Caractères gothiques. La page de titre datée de 1540 est dans un encadrement de Guillaume Leroy ; la seconde partie, imprimée à Lyon, est dans le même encadrement avec une vignette aux armes de France ; elle "porte au verso un intéressant privilège accordé pour trois ans par François Ier, à Dominique de Portunaire qualifié de libraire habitant Aix, daté d'Aix le 4 mars 1537 la vingt sixième année de son règne..."Ce recueil contient : - Les ordonnances de Provence... ; donné à Compienne le 17 jour d'octobre 1534 et l'ordonnance de publication à Ys sur Thille (Is sur Tille) en octobre 1535.- Edit de la réformation, donné à Joinville le 5 septembre 1535.- Ordonnances sur le faict de la marine ; donné à Compiengne en 1534 et Ys sur Thille 1535.- Ordonnance des bleds, donné à Ys sur Thille le sept octobre 1535, et crié à Lyon le 26 octobre 1535.- Ordonnance des faux notaires.- Erection de la cour du Parlement d'Aix.- Ordonnances sur le faict de la Gendarmerie ; fait à Bordeaux le 15 juillet 1530.- Ordonnances nouvelles sur les Légions de gens de pied. A Saint … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France]
2016-09-18 15:21:16
ORDONNANCES DE PROVENCE.
Avignon: Jean de Channey, 1536 (titre de relais daté 1540). Edition originale, in-4; 105 feuillets (quelques erreurs de pagination sans manque), [9 ff. Tables des matières]; titre de relais dans un encadrement illustré, très nombreuses lettres ornées. Reliure moderne en veau brun dans le goût de l'époque avec décor de filets à froid, dos muet, décor de lignes géométriques à froid sur les plats et au dos. Exemplaire lavé, quelques feuillets rognés court avec perte d'une partie des signatures, restauration en coin avec perte de quelques mots au ff. L2, quelques annotations et soulignements du seizième siècle. Bel exemplaire de cet ouvrage rare concernant la Provence et plus particulièrement Forcalquier et ses environs, un important recueil d'édits et de lois promulgués par François premier qui concerne les huissiers, commissaires, procureurs, avocats, greffiers, notaires, faux-notaires, geôliers, prisonniers... Belle impression gothique avec de nombreuses et jolies lettrines sur fond criblé, le titre dans un joli encadrement décoratif. Les opinions des bibliographes divergent quelque peu sur l'origine du titre de relais. Selon le "Répertoire bibliographique des livres imprimés en France au seizième siècle", l'ouvrage, imprimé en 1536 par Jean de Channey, serait resté en magasin et n'aurait été vendu qu'après la mort de ce dernier par son fils Bernard, qui fit imprimer la page de titre en 1540 pour sa mise en vente. Brunet II, 388.
Bookseller: Librairie des Carrés [France, Gennes]
2016-09-17 17:46:12
[ESTIENNE, Charles]
Lyon, Sébastien Gryphe, 1536. petit in-8 de 97 pp.., (7 ff..) reliure à la Bradel en papier grainé vert, dos lisse, pièce de titre de cuir rouge, anciennes tranches rouges 1536, 1536, , petit in-8 de 97 pp., (7 ff..), reliure à la Bradel en papier grainé vert, dos lisse, pièce de titre de cuir rouge, anciennes tranches rouges, Edition lyonnaise, en italiques, avec deux jolies lettrines, parue un an après la première. Ce petit répertoire des plantes décrites par les auteurs latins, avec leur morphologie et leurs propriétés, est l'œuvre de Charles Estienne (1504-1564), médecin, naturaliste et imprimeur, fils d'Henri Estienne, premier du nom. L'ouvrage fut publié pour la première fois en 1535 par le frère de l'auteur, Robert Estienne, qui le réimprima l'année suivante. Notes anciennes à l'encre dans les marges, légère mouillure marginale. Sybille von Gültlingen (Lyon), V, p. 91, n° 502 ; Baudrier, VIII, 125 ; Adams, S-1732 ; Pritzel, 2745 ; Hunt, I, 45 ; Wellcome, p. 322 (éditions de 1536 et 1545) ; NLM, 1395 ; pas dans Waller
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
2016-09-17 12:12:23
Ciceronis M.T. Ad M. Brutum orator, Cicéron
In quarto (feuillets de 220 x 170 mm ) de 6 feuillets non chiffrés, 127 feuillets chiffré I , CXXVII . Paris Michel de Vascosan 1536. reliure XXe plein veau pastiche orné de filets à froid formant encadrement à la Dusseuil avec fleurons Aldes au centre et en écoinçon. La marque d'imprimeur et quelques lettrines ont été anciennement misent en couleur. Bon état général quelques rares rousseurs, le papier du cahier FF a roussi. de nombreux passages ont été soulignés et de rares fois annotés . Six emplacements marginaux ont été nettement découpés (sans atteinte au texte) puis ré-emmargés très probablement pour récupérer des cachets de cires ? En effet on note sur certains feuillets adjacents à ces découpes une infime empreinte. Provenance bibliothèque Armand Notter mais sans son ex-libris.On remarquera que pour cette impression, Michel de Vascosan utilise encore la marque de Josse Bade son beau père. D'autre part, toujours moderniste, il abandonne la glose qui entoure le texte, mais utilise simplement deux polices très différentes et alterne texte de Ciceron à 29 lignes longues par page, avec les annotations et commentaires à 42 lignes par pages. (Voir photo du verso folio III recto folioIIII). Nous imaginons bien que ce type de mise en page facilite grandement le travail de préparation typographique. Il conserve un registre in fine qui nous confirme bien qu'il faut 6 feuillets au premier cahier (+ vero ternus) et 4 feuillets dans tous les autres (Omnes sunt duerni)
Bookseller: Librairie Daniel Bayard livre luxe book [France, Millery]
2016-09-15 16:23:15
ANTONINO.
Giunti, 1536. In 8°, p. perg., cc. n. 89. Front. fig. Capilettera. Carta e stampa fresche. Alcune pagine parzialmente sciolte, collazionato. Lievi mende alla cop. ed al d. Lievi gore.
Bookseller: Libreria Cicerone M.T.
2016-09-08 10:24:04
Glockendon, Gabriel
Nach den Ausgaben Nürnberg 1536/37. Wissen Media Group, Gütersloh, 2008. 100/61 S. mit 42 ganzseitigen, colorierten Tafeln., brauner Ledereinband mit goldgeprägtem Wappen auf vorderem Deckel/Rücken mit 5 Schmuckbünden, reicher Goldprägung u. rotem Rückenschild/Kommentarband in Leinen - Neuwertig Exemplare im Schuber. Nr. 368 von 998 Exemplaren. Faksimile nach dem Original der Österreichischen Nationalbiliothek (Codex 1847) in Wien - Versand D: 5,90 EUR Theologie
Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat
2016-09-06 07:03:44
ESTIENNE (Charles)
Lyon, S. Gryphe, 1536. 62 pp., 5 ff reliure moderne à la bradel en papier grainé vert, dos lisse, pièce de titre de cuir rouge, anciennes tranches rouges 1536, 1536, in-8, 62 pp, 5 ff, reliure moderne à la bradel en papier grainé vert, dos lisse, pièce de titre de cuir rouge, anciennes tranches rouges, Premier livre écrit par Charles Estienne à l'usage des enfants et des adolescents. L'ouvrage traitant de vêtements est destiné autant à la distraction qu'à l'enseignement, et est une adaptation du "De re vestiaria" de l'humaniste Lazare de Baif. On y examine les tissus, les vêtements d'intérieur, ceux de cérémonie et d'apparat ainsi que les chaussures, les chapeaux et d'autres divers accessoires. La seule énumération de tout ses différents atours, aux noms délicieusement obsolètes, fait aujourd'hui rêver. L'ouvrage connut un grand succès et plusieurs éditions se succédèrent pendant une dizaine d'années, après la première en 1535. Jolie impression en italiques à longues lignes- Excellent exemplaire
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
2016-09-05 12:21:24
QUINTILIANUS M. FABII.
Keruer, 1536. In 4°, m. perg. no coeva, cc.nn. 4 + cc.n. 114 + 48 di "M. Fabii Quintiliani deslamatoris eloquentissimi" + 24 di "Petri Mosellani protegensis, viri eruditissimi, in M. F. Q. rhetoricas institutiones, annotationes". Numerose pp. presentano diverse sottolineature e appunti manoscritti. Tracce di gore che non interessano il t. Mende al d.
Bookseller: Libreria Cicerone M.T.
2016-08-31 21:25:32
Alighieri Dante (1265 - 1321)
ad instantia di m. Gioanni Giolitto da Trino, 1536. in - 8 Scritte di antica mano di Ricasoli al frontespizio lievi aloni sparsi lieve rifilatura di testa Marca tipografica con cuore sormontato da croce al frontespizio. Busto di Dante Alighieri in xilografia ovale al frontespizio capilettera ornati illustrazione xilografica a piena pagina posta a inizio del primo canto seguono 98 vignette xilografiche intercalate nel testo. Terza edizione dello Stagnino (dopo quelle del 1512 e 1520)
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare
2016-08-19 13:21:07
CORNAZZANO Antonio
Pietro di Nicolini da Sabbio, 1536. in - 8, ff. 183 (manca ultimo bianco), importante legatura coeva in vitello, alle armi dei Turinetti di Priero, impresse in oro ai piatti; al dorso titolo su tassello e fregi in oro (difetti alle cerniere e agli angoli). Rara e pregevole quinta o sesta edizione (prima 1507) di questo poema didattico di nove libri in volgare, in terzine, preceduto da una dedica ai lettori, tratta dall'edizione giuntina, e da una tavola dei capitoli. Redatto originariamente in prosa durante il periodo ferrarese, il poema fu poi dal suo autore trasportato in terzine ed ebbe notevole fortuna, specialmente dopo la revisione e la stampa fattane da Bernardo di Filippo Giunti nel 1520. Esempl. internamente assai puro.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-06-22 04:31:06
Dasipodius Petrus, Hieronymo Frobenius
Basel: Self, 1536. First Edition First Printing . Hardcover. Good+/No Jacket. 16mo - over 5¾ - 6¾" tall. This book is from the library of J. Alden Weir and was catalogued "The Herculean Labours of Erasmus" with a publication date of 1536 and attributed to Dasipodius. There is no title page per se. The preface (colophon) indicates that this is biography of Erasmus and the titles of the chapters range from childhood through his letters. On a page headed Author, the three prominent names are Hieronymo Frobenius (there are other works on Erasmus attributed to Frobenius), Nicolao Episcopio and Boniface Amberbach. These people were in Basel at about this time (as was Dasipodius). The latest date found is 1536, but this is also the date of the death of Erasmus. The spine has a date of 1550 inked on it. This book is clean, tight, square and essentially unmarked (a few notes). It is rubbed. It has 775 amazingly clear, lightly toned pages written in Latin and Greek bound in boards covered in pigskin. The spine has three raised bands with an inked titles (Erasmus) and date (1550). There's a small split at the base of the spine, some notes (dated 1720) on the front paste down, and the remains of brass clasps on the fore edge. There is an index and a catalog of Erasmus' Colloquies including: The art of magic - The frustration of the art of remembering. Gains from the road to the attainment of learning and teaching; Friendship - natural attractions and repulsions among the animals; Poetic Entertainment; Fabulous Entertainment various histories and myths; Profane ENtertainment - food & … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-06-14 21:40:38
Clairvaux Bernard de
Paris: Claude Chevallon, 1536. Hardcover (Vellum). Good Condition. Attractively rebound in a large vellum antiphonal leaf, slightly soiled, lacking title and front matter, beginning at folio 1. Worming in lower margin near the gutter, dampstaining, mostly light and mostly in the outer margins, occasional early notes, underlining and manicules - mostly clean and an attractively printed book. 290, 38, [2] leaves Finely printed with historiated initials throughout by the great Parisian printer Charlotte Guillard. Guillard had started working in printing with her first husband Berthold Rembolt, took over the press when he died in 1519 and continued running the press under the name of her second husband Claude Chevallon in 1520. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046143.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
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2016-05-22 09:15:52
Alighieri Dante
ad instantia di M. Gioanni Giolitto da Trino 1536 (al colophon, in Vineggia per M. Bernardino Stagnino) 8vo (cm. 20,4), 28 cc.nn., 440 cc. Medaglione con ritratto di Dante al frontis., incisione in xilografia a piena pagina allâ??inizio dellâ??Inferno e altre, più piccole, al principio di ciascun canto. Ottima legatura primi â??900 in mz. pergamena con nervi, fili e scritte oro su tasselli in pelle rossa e nera al ds. Tagli azzurri. Frontis. e ultima carta foderati, alcune macchie, leggeri aloni di umidità e poche annotazioni di antica mano, ma nel complesso bellâ??esemplare molto ben conservato di questa cinquecentesca edizione illustrata della Commedia. Mambelli, 29; Adams, D93.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.
2016-05-18 18:08:45
CORNAZZANO, Antonio.
(In fine:) In Vinegia, nelle case di Pietro di Nicolini da Sabbio, nell'anno di nostra salute MDXXXVI del mese di Marzo (1536). in-8, ff. 183 (manca ultimo bianco), importante legatura coeva in vitello, alle armi dei Turinetti di Priero, impresse in oro ai piatti; al dorso titolo su tassello e fregi in oro (difetti alle cerniere e agli angoli). Di gran lunga la più importante tra le biblioteche piemontesi del Settecento fu quella dei Turinetti di Priero "nobile famiglia chierese le cui fortune, legate alla finanza, raggiunsero il loro apogeo nel XVIII secolo per ridursi progressivamente sino alle confische legate ai moti del 1821. Di loro biblioteche ho trovato notizie di varia natura per il periodo che va dal 1781 al 1806. Nello stato sabaudo non fu così comune come in Francia l'uso con legature con l'arma del proprietario ." (F. Malaguzzi, Biblioteche storiche disperse, p. 37-52; e Alla mezza aquila bicipite d'argento, interamente dedicato alla biblioteca Turinetti). Rara e pregevole quinta o sesta edizione (prima 1507) di questo poema didattico di nove libri in volgare, in terzine, preceduto da una dedica ai lettori, tratta dall'edizione giuntina, e da una tavola dei capitoli. Esempl. internamente assai puro. BMC 198. Cockle, Military Books n. 505. Brunet II, 276. Choix Olschki 10073. Manca ad Adams, Sander, Graesse. Per notizie bio-bibliogr. su Cornazzano, cfr. D.B.It., vol. 29, pp. 123-131. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-05-17 15:48:08
HENRY VIII King 1491-1547
Tho. Berthelet, [London]. In modern half calf, red marbled boards, some blind tooling. Spine, gilt titles & tooling. [92] pp, (A-G6 H4), black letter font with large woodcut initials, not dated but per ESTC either 1536 or 1540, title within ornamental borders, some light marginal staining (not affecting text), light edge browning. A very nice copy of a rare title. (ESTC S1949/50. Beale S169. STC9391.5). A printing of the Acts of the final session of the Reformation Parliament, is sometimes known as the Acts of Union. (1535. 27 Hen 8. c1-c27. which included Offences at Sea concerning Pirates and Robbers. An act for the making of JPs in Wales. and The Laws in Wales - which lead to the Abolition of the Marcher Lordships and the establishment of 5 new Counties and the election of Welsh MPs to Westminster). Important. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Madoc Books (ABA-ILAB) [Llandudno, CONWY, United Kingdom]
2016-05-17 15:48:08
HENRY VIII King 1491-1547
Bookseller: Madoc Books (ABA-ILAB) [Llandudno, CONWY, United Kingdom]
2016-05-17 15:48:08
HENRY VIII King 1491-1547
[London]: Tho. Berthelet In modern half calf, red marbled boards, some blind tooling. Spine, gilt titles & tooling. [92] pp, (A-G6 H4), black letter font with large woodcut initials, not dated but per ESTC either 1536 or 1540, title within ornamental borders, some light marginal staining (not affecting text), light edge browning. A very nice copy of a rare title. (ESTC S1949/50. Beale S169. STC9391.5). A printing of the Acts of the final session of the Reformation Parliament, is sometimes known as the Acts of Union. (1535. 27 Hen 8. c1-c27. which included Offences at Sea concerning Pirates and Robbers. An act for the making of JPs in Wales. and The Laws in Wales - which lead to the Abolition of the Marcher Lordships and the establishment of 5 new Counties and the election of Welsh MPs to Westminster). Important.
Bookseller: Madoc Books (ABA-ILAB) [United Kingdom]
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2016-03-25 02:40:14
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A rare printing of the acts of the first session of the Reformation Parliament, "clearly one of the most important assemblies ever to gather in England", ultimately leading to the rejection of papal authority and to the Anglican Church's independence. Modern 3/4 calf over marbled boards, light browning, a trace of marginal worming, else well-preserved, one copy in STC; the Taussig copy. In Aedibus Thomae Bertheleti Regii Impressoris. Cvm Privilegio, London, 1536(?).
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2016-03-09 10:54:24
Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Wien, Cod. 1847.
- Albrecht von Brandenburg, als Erzbischof von Mainz Reichserzkanzler des Heiligen Römischen Reiches für Deutschland und dadurch ranghöchster Kurfürst, Erzbischof von Mainz und Magdeburg sowoe Administrator von Halberstadt, ein leidenschaftlicher Sammler und Förderer der Künste, hat diese Handschrift in Auftrag gegeben. Vom Nürnberger Buchmaler Gabriel Glockendon, einem Sohn Nikolaus Glockendons d. Ä., stammen die 42 ganzseitigen Miniaturen zu neutestamentarischen Szenen, von Georg Stierlein, der als Schreiber des Kardinals für alle neu entstandenen Handschriften zuständig war, das Randdekor und die Initialen. Der um 1515 geborene Gabriel führte schon in jungen Jahren die Werkstatt seines berühmten Vaters als technisch äußerst versierter Miniaturist. Zu einer Zeit, als die Kunst des Buchdruckes bereits in hoher Blüte stand und es auch druckgraphisch illustrierte Werke von außergewöhnlicher Güte gab, musste der mit der Hand geschriebene und vom Buchmaler illuminierte Codex durch höchste Qualität überzeugen. Charakteristisch für die Miniaturen Gabriel Glockendons im Deutschen Gebetbuch für Kardinal Albrecht von Brandenburg sind ein ausgeprägter Hang zum Detail, stimmungsvolle Landschaftsdarstellungen, wie sie in knorrigen Bäumen, einsamen Flusslandschaften, Felsentürmen mit gewagten Überhängen zum Ausdruck kommen, und eine harmonische Farbgebung, wie sie niederländisches Rosa, manieristische Violett- und Grüntöne in differenzierten Farbabstufungen, reiche Goldhöhungen und akzentuierte Beleuchtung erkennen lassen. Die Miniaturen zeigen - mit Ausnahme eines Blicks auf die Ersch … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-01-11 16:47:59
Strassburg, M. Apiarius, 1536. 5 nn. Bll., CXLI S., 1 nn. Bl. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz mit prächtiger Holzschnitt-Bordüre u. mehr als 530 teilw. wiederholten Textholzschnitten, sowie Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schluss. 4°, späterer Pergamentband im Stil der zeit unter Verwendung alten Materials. VD 16 H 5127. Nissen, ZBI 4730 und Bot. 2371. Muller 384. BM STC German Books 418. Roth, Apiarius 8. Bloesch, Apiarius, 22. - Seltene deutsche Ausgabe des Hortus Sanitatis, die in Text u. Illustrationen der lateinischen Parallelausgabe von Apiarius aus dem gleichen Jahr folgt. Es ist das beliebteste, 1485 erstmals im Druck erschienene mittelalterliche Kräuterbuch. Es ist die wichtigste Quelle zur Kenntnis der Naturgeschichte. In über 400 Kapiteln wird die organische, botanische, animalische und mineralische Welt beschrieben, und es werden Anleitungen zur Extraktion von Drogen und Heilmitteln gegeben. Das Werk besticht mit seinen qualitätvollen Holzschnitten, darunter Darstellungen v. Tieren u. Menschen, Fabelwesen, Mineralien, Laboratorien, Apotheken, Edelsteinbearbeitung, Schiffen u. a. Besonders reizvoll auch die Druckermarke mit dem Honig schleckenden Bären an einem Baum, umgeben von einem Bienenschwarm. \"Die Holzschnitte der Naturkörper sind ebenso zahlreich wie in den früheren Ausgaben, aber durchaus neu gezeichnet und geschnitten, zum Teil von besserer Erfindung und Ausführung … vorzüglich ist die Titeleinfassung\" (Choulant, Graph. Inc. 28). - Komplettes, insgesamt hervorragend erhaltenes Expl. 2 Bll. etwas gebräunt, 3 Bll. im unt. Rand restauriert, ausserhalb des Textes u. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Galerie Joy [Germany]
2016-01-09 11:19:07
ESTIENNE (Charles)
62 pp., 5 ff. Lyon, S. Gryphe, 1536, in-8, 62 pp, 5 ff, reliure moderne à la bradel en papier grainé vert, dos lisse, pièce de titre de cuir rouge, anciennes tranches rouges, Premier livre écrit par Charles Estienne à l'usage des enfants et des adolescents. L'ouvrage traitant de vêtements est destiné autant à la distraction qu'à l'enseignement, et est une adaptation du "De re vestiaria" de l'humaniste Lazare de Baif. On y examine les tissus, les vêtements d'intérieur, ceux de cérémonie et d'apparat ainsi que les chaussures, les chapeaux et d'autres divers accessoires. La seule énumération de tout ses différents atours, aux noms délicieusement obsolètes, fait aujourd'hui rêver. L'ouvrage connut un grand succès et plusieurs éditions se succédèrent pendant une dizaine d'années, après la première en 1535. Jolie impression en italiques à longues lignes- Excellent exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [paris, France]
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2015-12-15 10:53:37
SIRIGATTO, Francisco
Sebastianus Grypius, London 1536 - 4to. pp. 132, [iv]. Roman letter. Woodcut initials with human figures, printer's device on title and verso of final leaf. A very little occasional light thumbing, small crease to upper margin of a few pages (including title), not touching text. In fine contemporary ?English calf over pasteboard, with double ruled rectangular panel, fleur de lys gilt at corners, central fleurons gilt. Spine in seven compartments, 17th-century red leather label. Corners a little bumped, joints slightly cracked at head and foot of spine, very light scuffing to boards, lacking ties. 16th-century inscription of Thomas Knyvett on title, repeated (most probably his pressmark on final leaf), library of the Earls of Macclesfield at Shirburn Castle, their armorial bookplate inside upper cover, and blindstamp to first gathering. A very good copy of the second, Lyonnaise, edition of Sirigatto's astronomical work, with a desirable provenance. Sirigatto, a Florentine working before 1550, initially published this work in Naples in 1531 ("Fort rare" Huzeau & Lancaster). Using the Ptolemaic system of celestial motion, Sirigatto here lays out his own observations of the appearance and the various movements of the constellations throughout the year. The work is divided into two 'books', the first dealing with a day-by-day annual account of the appearance of the constellations, the second describing their movements in 'rising' and 'setting' ('ortu' and 'occasu'), this data theoretically permitting the contemporary scientist to predict the motion of the stars. In his preface t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB
2015-12-06 22:22:57
Perottus [Perotti], Nicolaus [1429-1480]
Basel: J. Walder, 1536. Hardcover. Very Good. Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards, 4 raised bands, 2 original clasps; thick folio; collates complete, pp. [6], 68 leaves (fol. 68 blank), 1514 (not "1587") columns, 14 leaves. Printer's device on title-page and last page. With numerous standard ornamental initials in the text. The type is a rather small, beautifully designed italic -- ultimately based on the Aldine, developed in Cologne and Basel in the 1530s. Boards rubbed; spine tips and corners chipped; but nice and sturdy, easily refurbished. First leaves, including title, somewhat worn and with wormholes; last two leaves somewhat worn and with light dampstains; manuscript entry on title-p., in German, "Ex libris Christiani (?) Rroschi... 1721." Other than that, internally crisp and clean. Perotti's most original work offers detailed discussions of the etymology, formation, and derivatives of almost every word in Book I of Martial. It includes his essay on Pliny, followed by the objections of Corn. Vitellius, and works on language by Terentius Varro, Festus, and Nonius. In order to understand how one could possibly write more than a thousand columns about a single book of epigrams, one has but to read what it was like ot Guarino's pupil, in A. Grafton and L. Jardine, "From Humanism to the Humanities" (Harvard UP, 1986, especially chapter 1).
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books [US]
2015-11-22 01:13:50
Binding ? Orosius, Paulus:
Cologne Eucharius [Cervicornus] for Godefridus Hittorp, 1536. Provenance: Some characters and then Morales Pennalossa on title-page. A Jesuit Pennalossa is mentioned by Pascal in the 16th of his Lettres Provincales. A different name [Dazio del .?] in brown ink on the upper cover, faded and unreadable.Binding: Contemporary gold- and blind-tooled brown calf over pasteboards. Panelled sides with large fleurons at inner and small fleurons at outer corners. Arabesque role between triple gilt filets. Centerpiece composed of 2 different stamps, using the large fleurons again. A hexagon in the inner rectangle made up by a gilt fillet, an unusual pattern. Blind fillets on spine.Large fleurons: Similar to Marinis 858 (Bembo, Rome 1546). Role: Mazal, Europäische Einbandkunst, plate 95.One small repair to lower left part of upper cover, two small repairs at foot of spine, one at head. Upper joint somewhat splitting towards top. Apparently a Roman binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Dinter [Köln, Germany]
2015-08-04 14:45:00
CRESCENZI Pietro de (DES CRESCENS Pierre) & CORNE Gorgole de
Paris: Chez Jehan André, 1536. Fine. Chez Jehan André, Paris 1536, petit in-folio (19x27,5cm), (6f.) 174ff. Sig : ¤6 A-X6 AA-HH6, relié. - Print edition with the bastard of the 1533 edition published in Nicolas Cousteau and whose privilege is shared between four Parisian publishers (Andre Girault, Longis and Lotrian) is illustrated in four wood-text different bill. Red and black on Title 18 lines with a beautiful lettrine consists of a hawk and a character wearing a top headgear. 44 lines of text in two columns. Handwritten notes from the Latin for the first time contreplat. Contemporary binding in full brown calf with a few discrete restorations, back with four nerves decorated with cold nets; a remnant of library label dating from the sixteenth. Double embossed lace nets and cold dishes coaching, lace scraps. Two inverted leaves, a small working without involvement worm to the text, a few tiny pinholes in the margins of some pages and wetting affecting some layers. Editing freely translated enough of Pietro De agricultura Crescenzi which dates from 1307, and whose first translation Tuscan date of 1478 (the first being the Latin title: Opus Ruralium commodorum, libri duodecim). Although the title, which must certainly to the editor, refers to the practicality of the Treaty, Mesnager The Good, the French title of the first edition was that of rural Profits - the first French title appearing on the manuscript Charles V, who had sponsored the French translation of the Latin work in 1373, being: Rustican plowing the fields. Pietro Crescenzi was a magistrate and an agronomist w … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-06-06 18:39:45
(AGRIPPA VON NETTESHEIM, Heinrich Cornelius)
Köln, Eucharius Agrippinas (d.i. Eucharius Cervicornus oder Hitzhorn, 1536?).. 8vo. 207 (statt 208, fehlt Titel) Bl. Späterer Leder mit oxydierter Goldprägung auf Rücken und Deckeln.. Frühe Ausgabe dieser berühmten Satire in der Nachfolge des erasmischen 'Lobs der Torheit'. "Was von Kritik der Philosophie, insbesondere der aristotelischen Lehre und Logik, der scholastischen Theologie, der Astrologie, der Alchemie hervorgetreten war, (stellte Agrippa hier) zu dem ersten modernen Kompendium der Skepsis zusammen und verband dies mit einer Geißelung der kirchlichen und politischen Mißstände ... Den positiven Hintergrund bildet seine neuplatonische Theosophie" (Ueberweg III, 138).- Das Druckjahr lässt sich aufgrund des fehlenden Titelblattes nicht genau angeben. Alle Ausgaben mit 208 Bl. sind bei Cervicornus in Köln erschienen. Es gibt Exemplare mit der Jahresangabe 1531, 1532 und 1536.- Vgl. VD 16, A 1152, 1153, 1160, ZV 267 und ZV 271; Hayn/Got. I, 33; Adams A 381. - Exemplar mit dem Exlibris von Fritz Mauthner auf dem Innendeckel. Mauthner gab Agrippas Schrift 1913 in deutscher Übersetzung in der "Bibliothek der Philosophen" des Georg Müller Verlages heraus. Die Paginierung wohl von seiner Hand. - Berieben, Ecken bestoßen, Rücken am Kapital ausgebessert. Vorsätze im 20. Jh. erneuert, die Innengelenke mit Leinenstreifen überklebt. Gleichmäßig gebräunt und etwas braunfleckig. Im 20. Jh. handschriftlich in Tinte paginiert, einige Unterstreichungen von alter Hand. Vorderer Vorsatz gestempelt. Es fehlt der Titel.
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2015-05-17 02:28:26
Vegetius, Flavius Renatus, Nicole Volkyr de Serouville translator. Robertus Valturius, Robert Valturin, Rioberto Valturio
Chrestian Wechel / Charles Perier 1536, 1555, Paris - 1536 & 1555. 1st Ed of Nicole Volkyr de Serouville's translation of Vegetius, 1536. Two volumes bound together with early 18th century calf boards, oval gilt decoration at center, early 20th C. calf gilt spine. Vegetius paginated 6 preliminary unnumbered leaves, cccxx (320), 2 unnumbered leaves. With half woodcut, full page woodcut of a military council, 117 of 119 full page woodcut plates (lacks f. clxxv/clxxvi), plus two repeated plates at end, the military council and the so-called lansquenet. Contents mainly very good, occasional marginal tide mark from dampstaining, three leaves show indentation from paperclip, one page has minor ink marginalia, last page with printer's woodcut slightly wrinkled, f. clxxiii/iv has some repaired tears and marginal chips that slightly intrude on the woodcut images. The Valturius (1555) is paginated complete: pp. (12), ff. 234 (i.e., 468 pp.), with woodcuts throughout, contents in good to very good condition with faint tide mark of old damp stain visible to top outer corner for many of the pages, strongest around f. 150 and diminishing after that; also approximately 12 leaves show indentation mark and slight rust from old paperclip, to top outer corner. Translation into French of the Latin De Re Militari. FIRST EDITION IN FRENCH of the famous treaty on military art, which appeared for the first time in Latin in Verona in 1472. Engineer and military architect, Valturio was also the adviser of Sigismund Malatesta. The figures are copied from those of the Verona edition of 1483, attribute … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Caliban Books Pittsburgh PA, ABAA
2015-05-17 02:28:26
Vegetius, Flavius Renatus, Nicole Volkyr de Serouville translator Robertus Valturius, Robert Valturin, Rioberto Valturio
Paris: Chrestian Wechel / Charles Perier. 1536, 1555. First printing. Hardcover. Very Good. 1536 & 1555. 1st Ed of Nicole Volkyr de Serouville's translation of Vegetius, 1536. Two volumes bound together with early 18th century calf boards, oval gilt decoration at center, early 20th C. calf gilt spine. Vegetius paginated 6 preliminary unnumbered leaves, cccxx (320), 2 unnumbered leaves. With half woodcut, full page woodcut of a military council, 117 of 119 full page woodcut plates (lacks f. clxxv/clxxvi), plus two repeated plates at end, the military council and the so-called lansquenet. Contents mainly very good, occasional marginal tide mark from dampstaining, three leaves show indentation from paperclip, one page has minor ink marginalia, last page with printer's woodcut slightly wrinkled, f. clxxiii/iv has some repaired tears and marginal chips that slightly intrude on the woodcut images. The Valturius (1555) is paginated complete: pp. (12), ff. 234 (i.e., 468 pp.), with woodcuts throughout, contents in good to very good condition with faint tide mark of old damp stain visible to top outer corner for many of the pages, strongest around f. 150 and diminishing after that; also approximately 12 leaves show indentation mark and slight rust from old paperclip, to top outer corner. Translation into French of the Latin De Re Militari. FIRST EDITION IN FRENCH of the famous treaty on military art, which appeared for the first time in Latin in Verona in 1472. Engineer and military architect, Valturio was also the adviser of Sigismund Malatesta. The figures are copied from those of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-04-21 12:29:34
Savonarola, Girolamo.
In officina ... Bernardini Stagnini, 1536. The reformist Dominican friar Girolamo Savonarola (1452-98) famously delivered many invectives against greed and grandiosity at Florence from 1490 until his execution. Although his call for poverty and piety appealed to many Florentines -- San Marco, where Savonarola was made Prior in 1491, reportedly became so inundated with people that he had to preach at the Duomo! -- the fiery self-proclaimed prophet quickly lost favor with officials; his sermons censuring the government and his vitriolic criticism of the Church ultimately led to his excommunication by Alexander VI in May 1497, and to => public burning at the stake in June of the next year. His apocalyptic sermons were (posthumously) placed on the Index. The present volume contains 19 sermons on the first epistle of St. John, concerned with Christian life and the danger posed by false teachers. Savonarola delivered them ca. 1490 (Advent 1491, according to Villari), having recently returned to Florence from years teaching and preaching in nearby Italian cities. Each begins with a scriptural reference, followed by exegesis and contemporary application. Printed in gothic type (title in roman), 35-36 lines in single-column format, with side- and shouldernotes, the volume offers handsome criblé woodcut initials at the beginning of every sermon but two; sermons 9 and 17 instead have guide letters. The title-page bears a very large "phoenix" printer's device; errata are printed on the final two leaves. Evidence of readership: Manuscript underlining on f. N1v.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2015-02-16 16:01:46
Ulrich, Herzog von Württemberg.
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat [Stuttgart, Germany]
2015-02-16 16:01:46
Ulrich, Herzog von Württemberg.
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat [Stuttgart, Germany]
2015-01-03 07:01:38
CORNAZZANO, ANTONIO
NELLE CASE DI PIETRO DI NICOLINI DA SABBIO, NELL'ANNO DI NOSTRA SALUTE 1536 CORNAZZANO ANTONIO - (IN FINE:) IN VINEGIA, NELLE CASE DI PIETRO DI NICOLINI DA SABBIO, NELL'ANNO DI NOSTRA SALUTE MDXXXVI DEL MESE DI MARZO (1536). In - 12°, pergamena settecentesca, tagli colorati. Bella antiporta incisa in legno. 183 ff., ultimo foglio di registro, 2 ff. bianchi. Bell' esemplare.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2014-12-16 22:15:32
Binding - Orosius, Paulus:
Cologne, Eucharius [Cervicornus] for Godefridus Hittorp, 1536.. Provenance: Some characters and then Morales Pennalossa on title-page. A Jesuit Pennalossa is mentioned by Pascal in the 16th of his Lettres Provincales. A different name [Dazio del ...?] in brown ink on the upper cover, faded and unreadable.Binding: Contemporary gold- and blind-tooled brown calf over pasteboards. Panelled sides with large fleurons at inner and small fleurons at outer corners. Arabesque role between triple gilt filets. Centerpiece composed of 2 different stamps, using the large fleurons again. A hexagon in the inner rectangle made up by a gilt fillet, an unusual pattern. Blind fillets on spine.Large fleurons: Similar to Marinis 858 (Bembo, Rome 1546). Role: Mazal, Europäische Einbandkunst, plate 95.One small repair to lower left part of upper cover, two small repairs at foot of spine, one at head. Upper joint somewhat splitting towards top. Apparently a Roman binding..
Bookseller: Antiquariat Jürgen Dinter GbR
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2014-12-12 19:26:35
Strassburg, M. Apiarius, 1536.. 5 nn. Bll., CXLI S., 1 nn. Bl. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz mit prächtiger Holzschnitt-Bordüre u. mehr als 530 teilw. wiederholten Textholzschnitten, sowie Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schluss. 4°, späterer Pergamentband im Stil der zeit unter Verwendung alten Materials.. VD 16 H 5127. Nissen, ZBI 4730 und Bot. 2371. Muller 384. BM STC German Books 418. Roth, Apiarius 8. Bloesch, Apiarius, 22. - Seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe des Hortus Sanitatis, die in Text u. Illustrationen der lateinischen Parallelausgabe von Apiarius aus dem gleichen Jahr folgt. Komplettes Expl. des extrem selten angebotenen Werkes. Es ist das beliebteste, 1485 erstmals im Druck erschienene mittelalterliche Kräuterbuch. Es ist die wichtigste Quelle zur Kenntnis der Naturgeschichte. In über 400 Kapiteln wird die organische, botanische, animalische und mineralische Welt beschrieben, und es werden Anleitungen zur Extraktion von Drogen und Heilmitteln gegeben. Das Werk besticht mit seinen qualitätvollen Holzschnitten, darunter Darstellungen v. Tieren u. Menschen, Fabelwesen, Mineralien, Laboratorien, Apotheken, Edelsteinbearbeitung, Schiffen u. a. Besonders reizvoll auch die Druckermarke mit dem Honigschleckenden Bären an einem Baum, umgeben von einem Bienenschwarm. "Die Holzschnitte der Naturkörper sind ebenso zahlreich wie in den früheren Ausgaben, aber durchaus neu gezeichnet und geschnitten, zum Teil von besserer Erfindung und Ausführung vorzüglich ist die Titeleinfassung" (Choulant, Graph. Inc. 28). - Ingesamt hervorragend erhaltenes Expl. 2 Bll. etwas gebräunt, 3 Bll. im unt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Galerie Joy
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2014-12-04 18:13:27
CRESCENZI (DE) Pietro
Ne la qual si contiene a che modi si debbe coltiuar la terra: seminare, inserire li alberi, gouernar gli giardini e li horti: la propriet de tutti i frutti & herbe: la natura de tutti gli animali: & uccelli... per Bernardino de Viano de Lexona Vercellese, Venegia, 1536. In-16 p. (mm. 152 x 98), p. pergam. coeva (risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso, cc.nn. 392, cornice figurata al frontesp., con bella xilografia a p. pag. al verso della terza carta; ornato da grandi iniz. figur. a vignetta inc. su legno.Di questo celebre trattato, che ebbe numerosiss. edizioni a partire dal XV secolo, cosi' precisa Gamba,374: "Il Crescenzio scrisse quest'opera in latino tra il 1307 e il 1311, ed stata opinione di Leonardo Salviati, che'l volgarizzamento siasi fatto verso il 1350. Egli not che dee riguardarsi come una delle principali scritture del volgar nostro, si' per li nomi specialissimi degli affari della villa, e talora anche di astrologia e di medicina e di altre arti, e si' perch in genere di buone voci e di pura lingua ripiena..".Cfr. anche Sander,I,2240: Page du titre, encadrement orn la grotesque; dans le haut, le chat des Sessa. Bois de page, portrait de lauteur assis in cathedra- Ceresoli, p. 184.Esemplare corto del margine sup., peraltro ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
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2014-11-10 11:26:20
[SALAZAR, Diego de].
Ad 1: Belg. Typ. 4219; Bibl. de Salvá 2669; Machiels S57; Palau 286504; Peeters-Fontainas 1157; ad 2: Adams V22; Belg. Typ. 9216; BMC STC Spanish, p. 209; Cockle 563; Palau 139748; Peeters-Fontainas 1334. Two military works in Spanish, printed in Brussels for the Spanish army in the Low Countries. Brussels, then the capital of the Spanish (Southern) Netherlands, had been recently reconquered by the Spanish army and served as the capital for the King of Spain's governor in the Low Countries, marking the definitive separation between the Catholic Southern and the Protestant Northern Netherlands.Ad 1: Military work on tactics, fortification, artillery, etc., with 8 plans of military formations (the largest about 27.5 x 33.5 cm), first published anonymously at Alcala in 1536. Ad 2: First edition of an additional treatise on military discipline, written by Don Sancho de Londonno (d. 1569), a Spanish soldier who rose through the ranks to become a field marshall and commanded Spanish troops in the Low Countries under the Duke of Alva.Some leaves browned, and with a small hole in one leaf affecting 3 words, but otherwise in very good condition. The vellum of the binding is slightly dirty, but is still in good condition, with the tooling well preserved. A pair of military handbooks for the Spanish army in the Low Countries during the Dutch war of independence.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2014-11-04 17:55:11
Wagner 1536 Wormbs. . Des heyligen Römischen Reichs Ordenungen. Sampt der Gülden Bull, vnnd aller Reichßtäg Abschieden. Besonderlich auch die Artickel und Ordenungen, so je zuzeiten auffgericht, das Keyserlich Regiment unnd Chammergericht belangend [et]c. Jetzund new ... alle zusamen getruckt, und an tag geben ... - Wormbs : Wagner, 1536. - [4], CCVII Bl. 30 x 21 cm. Späterer Pergamentband aus der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts (neu gebunden) mit goldgeprägtem Wappen. - Originaltext der Vorlage: Zu Wormbs truckts Sebastianus Wagner. [Am Ende:] In der Keyserlichen Frei und Reichstatt Wormbs truckts Sebastianus Wagner im[m] jar nach der geburt Christi vnsers Herren M. D. XXXVI. - Mit alter unleserlicher Notiz auf Titel. /Exlibris auf Vorsatz, Papier gebräunt und leicht fleckig, wenige alte Randnotizen mit Feder/
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2014-10-28 19:03:45
. . Nach einer alten Zuschreibung stammt die in feinster Schrift von Gelehrtenhand gefertigte Handschrift aus dem College de Tournon (s.u.). - Handschrift zur Sinnesphysiologie auf der Grundlage der aristotelischen Naturphilosophie, bestehend aus einem streng in disputationes, articuli, sectiones und subsectiones gegliederten Traktat über den beseelten Körper ("Tractatus tertius physicae - de corpore animato", ca. 225 S.), dem sich eine Erörterung der Physik des Aristoteles ("Disputationes In Aristotelis Physicam") anschließt. - - Hier einige Überschriften aus dem Traktat in dem vor allem die Seelenvermögen (ausführlich u.a. der Gesichtssinn) behandelt werden: - - de corpore mixto proemialis - - - quid sit mixtio et mixtum - - quomodo in mixto maneant elementa - - de mixtorum temperamento - - an et quid sit anima - - de anima in communi - - - an et quid sit anima - - de animarum multitudine - - de actu vitali - de actione vitali seu vita actuali - de calore vitali humori radicali aliisque non nullis ad nutritionem pertinentibus - de generatione viventium - - de visu - - - de lumine - - de colore - - de visione et eius organo - - oculi descriptio - - quomodo fiat visio - - de auditu - - de olfatu et gustu - - de tactu - - de facultatibus internis animae sensitivae - - - quod sit sensus internus et quod illius organum - - Für mehrere Kapitelüberschriften ist der Platz zum späteren Nachtrag freigelassen, entsprechend sollten die leer gebliebenen Seiten einer späteren Textergänzung dienen. - - Das College de Tournon, heute Lycee Gabriel Faure in Tournon-sur-Rhone, wurde 1536 du … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-10-08 06:23:39
PIETRO DE CRESCENZI
In Venegia, per Bernardino de Viano de Lexona Vercellese, Ne lano 1536. In 8vo (cm. 14,6); buona legatura in pergamena rigida del Settecento a 5 nervi; frontespizio con cornice xilografica; carte 392 con la tavola del libro delle Vilerecie utilità di Pietro Crescentio citadino di Bologna ad honore del Serenissimo Re Carlo. Antiche fascette di rinforzo al margine destro di alcune carte, ma bella copia genuina. Della vite e vigne e loro cultura e utilità; Tempo di vendemmiare, Del tempo e modo di sagiare i vini; In che modo si faccia l?Aceto... Del Fico, del Ciregio, del Melo, del Giugiolo, della Quercia... Con la tavola del libro degli Horti e de la natura e utilità d?ogni erba (Del Papavero, Menta, Maiorana, Porri, Serpillo, Viola, Crescioni, Ruta, Robbia...). Crescenzi fece vera opera di agronomo. Il pubblico al quale si rivolgeva non era l?élite aristocratica. Il suo trattato s?indirizzava anzitutto al ceto sociale dei borghesi, che avevano investito allora largamente nel contado i guadagni della mercatura o dell?esercizio del notariato e degli uffici comunali; si rivolgeva, insomma, al ceto sociale al quale egli stesso apparteneva. Il carattere di enciclopedia pratica del trattato del C. spiega in larga misura il successo considerevole che ebbe tra la prima metà del XIV e la fine del XVI secolo. Axs
Bookseller: Libreria Bongiorno Paolo
2014-09-26 15:04:14
PIETRO DE CRESCENZI
In Venegia, per Bernardino de Viano de Lexona Vercellese, Ne lano 1536. In 8vo (cm. 14,6); buona legatura in pergamena rigida del Settecento a 5 nervi; frontespizio con cornice xilografica; carte 392 con la tavola del libro delle Vilerecie utilità di Pietro Crescentio citadino di Bologna ad honore del Serenissimo Re Carlo. Antiche fascette di rinforzo al margine destro di alcune carte, ma bella copia genuina. Della vite e vigne e loro cultura e utilità; Tempo di vendemmiare, Del tempo e modo di sagiare i vini; In che modo si faccia l'Aceto... Del Fico, del Ciregio, del Melo, del Giugiolo, della Quercia... Con la tavola del libro degli Horti e de la natura e utilità d'ogni erba (Del Papavero, Menta, Maiorana, Porri, Serpillo, Viola, Crescioni, Ruta, Robbia...). Crescenzi fece vera opera di agronomo. Il pubblico al quale si rivolgeva non era l'élite aristocratica. Il suo trattato s'indirizzava anzitutto al ceto sociale dei borghesi, che avevano investito allora largamente nel contado i guadagni della mercatura o dell'esercizio del notariato e degli uffici comunali; si rivolgeva, insomma, al ceto sociale al quale egli stesso apparteneva. Il carattere di enciclopedia pratica del trattato del C. spiega in larga misura il successo considerevole che ebbe tra la prima metà del XIV e la fine del XVI secolo. Axs
Bookseller: LIBRERIA PAOLO BONGIORNO [Modena, MODEN, Italy]
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