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2017-11-01 15:57:21
SARCERIUS, Erasmus (1501-1559)
Frankfurt am Main, Christian Egenolff, [1538?]. 4to. 43 lvs. Modern wrappers. VD 16 S 1746; Adams S 417. Rare first and only Latin edition of Sarcerius' 'Loci communes'. Loci communes -or commonplaces- are in the most basic sense additional explanations of a (biblical) text. Among theologians, however, it soon became shorthand for a doctrinal compendium. The first and best-known example of this kind was the 'Loci communes' of Melanchthon, first published in 1521, soon followed by 'Loci communes' of other theologians. One of these theologians was the Lutheran reformer Sarcerius, a prolific author, known for his pastoral works, biblical commentaries, and catechism. His 'Loci communes' was translated into English by Richard Taverner (c. 1505-1575), who preferred Sarcerius' 'Loci communes' to Melanchthon's because of its popular appeal. - Single wormhole in margin. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Den Hertog BV [Houten, Netherlands]
2017-10-28 16:27:52
Petrarca Francesco (1304-1374)
Bartolomeo Zanetti Casterzagense, ad istantia di messer Alessandro Vellutello, e di messer Giovanni Giolitto da Trino, Vinegia, 1538. Modesta legatura in pelle ottocentesca con qualche naturale imperfezione. Frontespizio rinforzato e con varie mancanze, strappo alla terza carta, prime dieci carte con rinforzo cartaceo lungo il margine interno senza perdita di testo, pochi, sporadici percorsi di tarlo ma sempre al margine e senza alcun interessamento del testo, annotazioni coeve all\'ultima carta e poche e coeve segnature ai margini del testo. Mancanze all\'ultima bianca. Marca tipografica con ritratto in legno dell'Autore in ovale al frontespizio, (14) + VIII + 9-160 + (44) c.c. con una tav. f.t. grande a doppia pagina p. 205x150 mm m.pelle ottocentesca titoli oro al dorso
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [roma, ROMA, Italy]
2017-10-28 11:27:42
Al colophon: Lugduni, sumptibus Antonij Vincentij, 1538. Cc. cclxii (54). Unito a: Concordata inter sanctissimum papam Leonem decimum e christianissimum Francorum regem Franciscum huius nominis primum inita per Lateranense Concilium approbata e promulgata. Cc. xxi (7). Due parti in un volume di cm. 16,5. Magnifici frontespizi (il primo dei quali in rosso e nero) con cornice xilografica a inquadrare i dati tipografici; graziosi capilettera e vignette ai due colophon. Testo in semi-gotico. Bella legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle con nervi passanti e titoli ms. al dorso (ripetuti al taglio di testa). Antica nota ms. di possesso al frontespizio. Lievi arrossature sparse, qualche lieve alone marginale, trascurabile segno di tarlo al margine bianco di alcune carte. Esemplare nel complesso ben conservato. La Pragmatica sanctio di Bourges, massima espressione del gallicanesimo, fu emanata da Carlo VII il 7 Luglio 1438 allo scopo di arginare il potere della chiesa romana sul clero francese. In seguito all'entrata in vigore dell'atto i vescovi francesi dovevano essere eletti in Francia e dovevano seguire le indicazioni del sovrano. La costituzione fu definitivamente abrogata con il Concordato di Bologna del 1516 tra papa Leone X e il re di Francia Francesco I. Questa rara edizione lionese si presenta corredata dalle celebri glosse del parigino Cosme Guymier (?-1503), pubblicate per la prima volta nel 1486. Cfr. Kvk; Iccu. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2017-10-28 04:48:54
Andrea Divo di Capodistria, Koper, Slovenia - Homer:
Lyon, Vincentius de Portonariis, 1538. - 8°, circa 15,8 x 10,8 cm. 32 ff., 277 (recte 275) num. ff., with large woodcut device on the title, leaf 26 blank, last blank missing 19th cent. half-calf "Schweiger I, 163; Hoffmann II, 478f.; not in Adams and BMC; Baudrier V, 467: "la foliation commence avec la cote 3". Rare and early Lyonese edition of this influential Latin translation of the Ilias, published for the first time the year before in Venice. The humanist Andreas Divus came from Capodistria (today Koper in Istria / Slovenia) as his friend Pier Paolo Vergerio to whom his introduction here is dedicated. In this preface he describes a dream that urged him to translate important Greek authors and promises to supply more texts by Aristophanes, Hesiodus and Theocritus. He also adds a poem (two pages) to the scholars of ancient Greek. "His Latin translations of Homer published in 1537 (Venice) were extremely literal and ad verbum (i.e. word for word). While this was the first published version of the Iliad and Odyssey in Latin, the originality of the translation of Divus has been questioned: there are very close parallels with a much earlier translation by Leontius Pilatus. They were used by George Chapman in his translations of the Iliad and Odyssey. It has been said that Chapman's knowledge of Greek was not strong enough to resist entirely the Latin of Divus, with infelicitous results. Divus was also used more directly by Ezra Pound in his long poem The Cantos, in particular for the opening Canto I" (Wikipedia). - As always the first text leaf is numbered 3 (see Baudrier), … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [Germany]
2017-10-28 02:59:35
GALENUS - GALIEN
Basilae [B?le], (Andreas Cratander). 1538, 1538, in-folio, [8]-727-[3] pages, basane jasp?e, dos refait, Signatures : [mars]4, aaaaa-zzzzz8, AAAAA-ZZZZZ8 (dernier feuillet blanc). Au colophon [en grec] : "houtos ho pemptos tomos meta pr?tou kai deuterou, etyp?th? en Basileia pon?kai dexiot?ti kai epimeleia Micha?l Isingriniou, anal?masi de Andreou Kratandrou kai I?annou Bebeliou, etei t?apo t?s ensarkou oikonomias tou Kyriou H?m?n I?sou Christou, chiliost? pentakosiost? triakost? ogdo?, pempt? elaphob?li?nos histamenou [5 mars 1538]". Cinqui?me et derni?re partie des tr?s rares Oeuvres compl?tes de Galien en grec, parues ? B?le en 1538 (Galeni Pergameni summi semper uiri, quique primus artem medicinae uniuersam ... Opera omnia, 5 vol), publi?es sous l'?gide de plusieurs savants et humanistes : Leonhart Fuchs, Joachim Camerarius, Hieronymus Gemuseus, etc. La pr?face est en latin, ainsi que le trait? final, Galeni... de ossibus ad tyriones, traduit par Fernandino Balami ; ce dernier est illustr? de 2 figures bois ? pleine page, l'une figurant le dessous d'un cr?ne, l'autre un squelette vu de face et de dos. L'ensemble est orn? de jolies lettrines histori?es. Exemplaire provenant de la biblioth?que du professeur d'histoire m?dicale Jean Goulin (1728-1799), avec deux annotations latines manuscrites sur la premi?re garde blanche, l'une ? l'encre brune et l'autre ? l'encre rouge, accompagn?es d'un cachet de cire rouge ; toutes les deux sont sign?es "J. GOULIN EMON", le nom de la m?re ?tant accol? ? celui du p?re, et sont dat?es de 1782 (juillet et ao?t). L'exemplaire comprend en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [FR]
2017-10-27 20:53:42
Agricola, Georg.
Basel, J. E. Froben, 1538. 4to. 36 pp. With woodcut printer's device on title page, repeated on reverse of final leaf. Early 19th century marbled boards. First Latin translation of Agricola's "Oration, Anred und Vermanung Herrn Ferdinandum zu Ungern" (Nuremberg, Peypus, 1531), an anti-Ottoman pamphlet of the Turkish wars in Hungary which began with the siege of Vienna in 1529 and lasted well into the 1550s. "A quite unneccessary, broadly garrulous oration, probably never delivered as a speech but disseminated in print only. Agricola gives a long-winded account of the Turks' cruelties, and of Germany's great power since ancient Roman times, and warns that Germany is now threatened by the Turkish forces which had besieged Vienna 'with guns' the previous summer. Hungary must be given every assistance etc." (Kertbeny, p. 89). "No writer has so praised the superiority of the Imperial armaments over the apparently weak Turkish weaponry as did Agricola (1490-1555), the father of mineralogy. In particular, he stressed the vastly superior arms of the German mercenaries who fought with sturdy spears, protected by solid helmets, while the Turks had but flimsy pikes, 'like little knives'. Victory over so poorly equipped an enemy, he promises, is therefore nothing less than certain. Agricola even seems convinced that a general insurrection of all the peoples subjugated by the Turks is imminent. His oration was written a few months after the siege of Vienna, which may explain his excessive optimism" (Göllner I, p. 208). - Some browning and waterstaining throughout (more pronounced in tit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-10-27 16:40:44
Aretino (Pietro), 1492-1556
Venice, Francesco Marcolini, 1538 (January). The first printed collection of letters by a living person in the volgare, a major event in the history of the Italian language. It inspired a flood of lettere volgare, both the collected letters of individuals and anthologies, perhaps the most distinctive product of Italian literary life in the mid-Cinquecento. This first edition has been pursued by collectors since the eighteenth century and is widely recognised now as a rare book. Six other copies are known, of which two only (London and Munich) are complete. Our copy lacks eleven leaves, including the title and final leaf, both of which were adorned with a woodcut portrait of Aretino set within an architectural frame. Aretino, Pietro Arezzo 1492 - 1556 Venice De le Lettere di M. Pietro Aretino. Libro primo. Venice, Francesco Marcolini, 1538 (January) folio (265 × 190 mm), (95) of (106) ff., signed A-Z 4 AA-CC 4 ♠2 and foliated [1]-104 (2), lacking eleven leaves (A1, B3, D1, Y2-Y3, CC1-CC4 ♠1-♠2, see discussion below). paper cardinal's hat surmounted by a cross (like Briquet 3416). 1 provenance Francesco Testa (1761-1846) -- Leonardo Trissino (1780-1841), his inscriptions on endleaves, inclu­ding Leonardo Trissino Vicenza 10 gennaro 1817 Dono di Francesco Testa 2 -- Mario Lanfranchi, London -- Bloomsbury Auctions, 'Libri, Autografi e Stampe', Rome, 10 December 2008, lot 35 Apart from missing leaves and defects to binding, in good state of preservation. binding 18th-century Italian vellum. The first printed collection of letters by a living person in the volgar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Robin Halwas | Rare Books [United Kingdom]
2017-10-26 21:22:07
VIVES, Joannes Ludovicus
Basel: Robert Winter, 1538. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (194x138 mm). [8], 264 pp. Printer's device on last leaf. 19th-c full leather with blindstamped supralibros (the Flemish lion) on both boards, spine with 4 raised bands. Endpapers renewed, title with old cancel stamp, neat ink annotations and markings in old hand, small dampstain spot to foremargin of most pages. A good clean copy. ---- Adams V-939; Garrison-Morton 4963.2; BM/STC German p. 898; Norman 2159 (also w/o index); Zilboorg & Henry, pp. 180-195. - THE VERY RARE FIRST EDITION OF VIVES'S MOST IMPORTANT PSYCHOLOGICAL WORK. This copy is without the index at end: approximately half of the known copies are without the index, suggesting that some copies of this work may have been sold before it was completed. A friend of Erasmus and Thomas More, Vives has been called "the father of modern empirical psychology..." (Zilboorg & Henry). "Vives anticipated Bacon and Descartes in devoloping an empirical psychology in which the mind was to be studied both through introspection and observation of others. From his exhaustive analysis of memory he developed a theory of association of ideas, which recognized the emotional origin of certain associations, as well as the link between associations, emotions and memory. He was also the first to describe the physiological effects of fear" (Garrison-Morton). Vives maintained that the essence of the human mind was indescribable but could be known through the mind's actions. Fine.
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2017-10-26 20:57:18
Erasmus von Rotterdam, Desiderius.
Köln, Johann Gymnicus (Gymnich), 1538. 8°, Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette u. einigen figürl. Holzschn.-Initialen. 8 Bll., 712 S., 20 Bll. (das letzte weiß), Blindgepr. Ldr. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückentitel, dreiseitigem Rotschnitt u. 2 Schließen. Erste Ausgabe bei Gymnicus; zuerst 1531 bei Froben erschienen. - Die Apophthegmata, von Erasmus gegen Ende seines Lebens herausgegeben, sind den „Adagia“ im Entwurf und in der damit verfolgten Absicht ähnlich: eine Sammlung sophistischer Anekdoten, beißender Kritik und weiser Ratschläge, aus alten Schriftstellern gezogen. - Einband etw. berieben u. bestoßen. Rücken (wohl älter), Vorsätze u. Schließbänder erneuert. Titel m. zwei alten Besitzvermerken (davon einer gelöscht u. hinterlegt). Etw. gebräunt. - VD16, E 2039; Van der Haeghen I, 15; nicht im BM STC, German Books bzw. bei Adams (beide nur die Ausgabe von 1541). Versand D: 9,80 EUR Erasmus von Rotterdam, Apophthegmatum libri octo
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2017-10-24 04:47:35
HOLBEIN, Hans
Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB [Mertztown, PA, U.S.A.]
2017-10-24 04:47:35
HOLBEIN, Hans
Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB [Mertztown, PA, U.S.A.]
2017-10-20 10:47:01
Die erste Monographie über Augenkrankheiten in deutscher Sprache. -
Straßburg, Heinrich Vogtherr 1538. Kl.-4to. Mit 1 blattgr. Holzschn. Titel verso sowie einer Holzschnitt-Druckermarke, die Heinrich Vogtherr darstellt.12 nn. Bll. Schlichter Pappband des 19. Jhdts., etwas abgegriffen. Im Text frisch und nur gering gebräunt. \"VD 16, N 1189; Hohenemser 703; Muller 436, 7; Ritter 319; Durling 3336. Nicht bei Becker, Bird, Waller, Welcome, Slg. Hirschberg. Seltene kleine Abhandlung über Augenkrankheiten, ...mit anzeigung viler nutzlicher und bewerter hülff, als Purgation, Pflaster, Collirien, Sieff, Pulver, Salben und augen wassern... Die Holzschnitt-Tafel zeigt einen Querschnitt durch das menschliche Auge.\" Versand D: 15,00 EUR Alte Drucke, Alte Medizin, Ophtalmologie, Augenkrankheiten, Augenheilkunde, Volksmedizin
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker
2017-10-18 16:34:21
CAVICEO JACOPO
Vinegia: PIETRO DI NICCOLINI DA SABBIO a Di XXVI Di Settembrio 1538(1538). [ROMANZO VOLGARE] (CM 15,6) Pieno vitello maculato recente, nervi filetti e fregi in oro al dorso e ai piatti in stile cinquecentesco. Tagli rossi, sguardie policrome antiche. -cc 8 nn., cc.271 + 1 c. bianca Frontis entro ricca bordura architettonica figurata a carta 1 con satiri musicanti e il motto "ancora spero sover me amor". Nel testo, in elegante corsivo, altre tre xilografie di cm. 7x 4,5. Dedica a Lucrezia Borgia di Ferrara. Importante romanzo in volgare di carattere fantastico sullo stile della celeberrima "HYPNEROTOMACHIA POLIPHILI" e del "FILOLOCO" del Boccaccio. Può essere considerato IL PRIMO ROMANZO SOCIALE ITALIANO, apparso nel 1508 a parma, ebbe successo e le numerose ristampe provano quanto incontarsse il gusto popolare. Fu tradotto a stampato anche all'esetero e l'edizione di Siviglia del 1515 fu condannata dall'inquisizione Spagnola nel 1559 e poi anche da quella Portoghese. Questa nostra rara, manca anche alle imponenti raccolte del PAPANTI, RANIERI-BISCIA, CAVALIERI E CHOIX; è presente invece nel catalogo dei libri italiani (1899) di Fairfax Murray. Lievi restauri angolari alle prime cc.4nn. e a c.7 e 8. Macchie e restauri con minimi danni alla xilografia a c.1 Altrimenti esemplare molto bello fresco e nitidissimo. * ESSLING 1894, SANDER 1880 IN NOTA, * ADAMS C 1190, * BM.STC. 163; *FAIRFAX MURRAY N° 442.[f35]. Libro. Book Condition: ottimo. Binding: Rilegato
Bookseller: Libri antichi e rari Francesco e Claudia [Arezzo, ITALY]
2017-10-16 14:05:00
HOLBEIN, Hans
Bookseller: Charles Agvent, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 13:48:46
Agricola, Georg.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-10-16 12:09:39
VELMAZIO, Giovanni Maria.
Historiated woodcut title-border incorporating 9 biblical scenes, 11 text woodcuts, historiated and floral woodcut initials. 6 (of 7) unn. leaves (incl. title), num. leaves 11-203. 4to. Contemp. limp vellum (new flyleaves). From the collection of Hendrik D. L. Vervliet. Venice, n. pr. (Aurelio Pincio), 1538. First edition of a fine Venetian woodcut book, main text in Italics with notes in Roman type. The title-border is a reduced copy of that in Luc' Antonio Giunta's 1532 edition of Brucioli's translation of the Bible. The events of the Old and New Testaments are told in neo-Latin verse, but employing the classical epic metre of dactylic hexameter. The eleven half-page woodcut illustrations show scenes from the Bible such as the expulsion from Paradise, Kain slaying Abel, etc., and from the New Testament nativity, crucifixion, and resurrection. The cut on f. 113 of Ovid, Virgil and Dido represents a further combination of the sacred and profane. Nine of these eleven illustrations, including the one with a classical subject, are in the same hand as the full-page plate (Mortimer). The Harvard copy has a manuscript correction of "disertum" for "desertum" in the "Excusatio" on f. 6, whereas the BL copy (according to Mortimer) has a printed correction, presumably representing a later state. The printer was identified by Dennis Rhodes from the ornamental capitals as Aurelio Pincio. - Lacking leaf a8, title somewhat dusty, edges a bit frayed, with stamps on recto and verso, some old ms. insc., several other small stamps in margins, waterstain to outer lower corner of a few leaves, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2017-10-16 12:09:09
Franz I., König von Frankreich (1494-1547).
Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH [Roßhaupten, Germany]
2017-10-16 11:58:10
Rithaymer, Georg
Nuremberg: Johann Petri, 1538. [8],111pp., including a full-page map of the world and its zones. Small quarto. Modern calf, spine gilt, raised bands. A few instances of early manuscript notes in the margins. Minor, expert repair to the foredge of the titlepage. Light, even tanning. A very handsome copy. The first and only edition of a geographical description of the world whose last chapter, "De Terris et Insulis nuper repertis," is devoted to the Americas. Amerigo Vespucci is named as the discoverer of the New World, which Rithaymer dubs "America" in his honor. The chapter also includes references to Temiscela (Mexico), Haiti, Cuba, and Brazil, and reports two islands discovered under the auspices of Ferdinand and Isabella, but with no mention of the discoverer. There is also information on Java, Madagascar, and Zypangrus (Japan). The map, a sphere with Europe, Africa, and Asia at its center, is not noted by Shirley. Rithaymer, a native of Mariazell in Styria, relates much detailed information, based on his personal knowledge and observations, and on sources such as Vadianus, Ziegler, and Tornadel. Not in Borba de Moraes, Church, or Medina. OCLC locates only two copies, at Yale and the University of Minnesota. Rare and significant. HARRISSE, ADDITIONS 119. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 538/10. KRAUS, AMERICANA VETUSTISSIMA 45. SABIN 71582. JCB (3)1:124-5. OCLC 40522276.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [US]
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2017-10-16 00:09:24
Franck, Sebastian - sehr seltene EA - die besten Sprüch der Christn glaub, auch der Heyden vñ Philosophen
Heinrich Steiner, 1538. Die Guldin Arch darein der kern vnnd die besten hauptsprüch/ der Heyligen schrifft/ alten Lerer vnd Väter der kirchen/ Auch der erleuchten Heyden vñ Philosophen/ für vñ vber die gmein stell der schrifft daran der hafft vñ satz vnserer Seligkeyt ligt/ vñ dariñ der Christn glaub als iñ eim angel geet getragen/ verfasset vñ eingeleibt seind ... samtrag durch Sebastian Francken von Werd. Mit einem Register Getruckt vnnd volendet inn der Keyserlichen Statt Augspurg/ durch Heynrich Steyner/ am ersten tag Augusti/ Jm M. D. XXXVIII. Jar. Großartiges und sehr kritisches Werk, gedruckt in Augsburg, des deutschen Freidenkers, des humanistischen und religiösen Radikalen Reformers Sebastian Franck - VD 16 F 2099 Sebastian Franck (c.1499 - c.1543) war ein bedeutender deutscher Humanist und radikaler Reformer mit engen Verbindungen zu Luther, von den er verstoßen wurde, sowie zu den Täufern. Er wurde sowohl von Straßburg und Ulm wegen seiner umstrittenen Schriften vertrieben, und schließlich nach Basel verlegt, wo er starb. Das Werk, genannt Guldiner Bogen (Goldene Arche), ist diese Arbeit weitgehend eine Zusammenstellung von historischen und mythologischen Parallelen des christlichen und klassischen Denkens - eine umstrittene Haltung in seiner Zeit, und eine, die viel Mut zu artikulieren hat. In ihm zeigt Franck eine starke Sympathie mit "Ketzer" und Fairness für alle Arten von Freiheit in der Meinung. Wirklich ein Werk Jahrhunderte vor seiner Zeit. Zum Beispiel stellt die Titelseite ein Bild von christlichen Vätern und den heidnischen Philosophen zusammen d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HGomoll [Germany]
2017-10-14 09:45:54
GROPPER
Title within an elaborate armorial woodcut border with some letters coloured, large woodcut of the Crucifixion on K2verso (partly coloured), small armorial woodcut on K4recto, woodcut initials, rubricated from f. I-LXXI. Folio (322 x 200mm.) ff. [10], I -XLVII, [2], XLVIII- CCCXIII, [7]pp.  17th-century French smooth calf, gilt panels on covers with armorial corner-pieces,, spine with raised bands, compartments gilt with arms/monogram.  
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2017-10-10 05:40:54
per Nicolo d¿Aristotile, detto Zoppino, Vinegia, 1538. 8º 130 folios. Encuadernación en plena piel. Más de 150 grabados en madera, vistas de ciudades. Precioso ejemplar. Altísimas cotizaciones. Rarísimo. No CCPB; No Palau; Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale Roma: VEAE010387 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Berrocal Libros Antiguos [Madrid, Spain]
2017-10-07 23:56:40
Used [Publisher: Assouline] 1538
Bookseller: amazon.com
2017-10-07 23:56:07
Xavier Girard
Used [Publisher: Assouline] 1538
Bookseller: amazon.co.uk
2017-09-30 15:47:27
COSTANTINO, CESARE Cassiano Basso iano cornaro interprete
Froben, Basilea 1538 - Pergamena
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [Italy]
2017-09-17 00:04:38
INFORTIATUM -
Franciscus Fradin, impensis Hugonis a Porta,, Lyon. Lyon, Franciscus Fradin, impensis Hugonis a Porta, 1538. Groß-Folio. Prächtiges Titelblatt mit Druckersignet und Holzschnittbordüren in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, (16), 432 gezählte Blätter. Gut erhaltener, mächtiger, zeitgenössischer Holzdeckelband mit Schweinslederüberzug in ornamentaler Blindprägung mit zwei (fehlenden) Schließen, auf fünf Doppelbünden geheftet. Eindrucksvoller halbseitiger Holzschnitt, darstellend der Kaiser im Kreise der Kurfürsten. Insgesamt prächtiger Druck, durchgehend in Rot-Schwarz-Druch gestaltet in einer sehr gut leserlichen Gotica. Spangenberg: vor 167: Die erste Portaische Ausgabe wird von Spangenberg datiert mit den Jahren 1538-1539: Lugduni apud Hugonem et heredes Aemonis a Porta: Infortiatum 1539. Spangenberg datiert den Wechsel von Fradin zu Hugo a Porta in den Jahren 1538 bis 1540:".sie schließen sich unmittelbar an die Fradinschen Ausgaben an, zu deren letzterer Hugo, eben so wie zu dem früheren Aymon a Porta die Kosten hergegeben hat. NAcher scheint Hugo den völligen Verlag übernommen, und die Buchdrucker selbst dazu angenommen zu haben, woraus sich dann die Verschiedenheit derselben erklärt. Endlich scheinen sich auch die verschiedenen Buchhändler in LYon und in Genf zu Societäten gebildet zu haben, um die Herausgabe des Corpus juris als Monopol zu betreiben, so daß sich hieraus wider erklärt, warum eine und dieselbe Ausgabe verschiedene Titelblätter mit dem Namen verschiedener Verleger oder Druckörter hat." Unter Hugo a Portas Namen finden sich folgende Infortiatum-Ausgaben: 1539, 1540, 1541 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Vico Verlag und Antiquariat Dr. Otto [Frankfurt am Main, Germany]
2017-09-11 16:22:07
AUGUSTINUS Aurelius
Bartholomaei De Zanetis; Bernardinum Stagninum, 1538. 3 opere legate in una (in realta' 4 avendo la 2o e la 3o due frontespizi ma numerazione continua, in 16, cm 10,5 x 15: 1) cc. (48). Bella insegna tipografica in xilografia al frontespizio ripetuta all'ultima carta. 2) cc. 112. Belle cornici xilografiche ai frontespizi leggermente rifilati al margine superiore. 3) cc. 48. Bella cornice xilografica leggermente rifilata al margine superiore. Forellini di tarlo marginali e non deturpanti, piccola galleria (1 cm) alle prime cc. della seconda opera. Timbro di estinta biblioteca privata ripetuto. Piena pergamena settecentesca. Raccolta di 3 opere (in realta' 4 essendo la seconda e la terza separate ma con paginazione in continuita' numerica) di Sant'Agostino edite da Zanetti e dallo Stagnino. ITA
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2017-09-10 12:49:19
Guy de Maupassant
Used [Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform] 1538
Bookseller: amazon.ca
2017-09-08 16:35:10
AUGUSTINUS Aurelius
Bartholomaei De Zanetis; Bernardinum Stagninum, Venezia, 1538. 3 opere legate in una (in realta' 4 avendo la 2o e la 3o due frontespizi ma numerazione continua, in 16, cm 10,5 x 15: 1) cc. (48). Bella insegna tipografica in xilografia al frontespizio ripetuta all'ultima carta. 2) cc. 112. Belle cornici xilografiche ai frontespizi leggermente rifilati al margine superiore. 3) cc. 48. Bella cornice xilografica leggermente rifilata al margine superiore. Forellini di tarlo marginali e non deturpanti, piccola galleria (1 cm) alle prime cc. della seconda opera. Timbro di estinta biblioteca privata ripetuto. Piena pergamena settecentesca. Raccolta di 3 opere (in realta' 4 essendo la seconda e la terza separate ma con paginazione in continuita' numerica) di Sant'Agostino edite da Zanetti e dallo Stagnino. ITA
Bookseller: Coenobium Libreria antiquaria [Asti, Italy]
2017-09-06 14:37:01
FRACASTORO, Girolamo (FRACASTORIUS)
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2017-09-03 16:42:46
FRACASTORO, Girolamo (FRACASTORIUS)
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2017-09-03 16:42:46
FRACASTORO, Girolamo (FRACASTORIUS)
Venice: [Nicolini da Sabio?], 1538. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (210 x 150 mm). [4], 78 leaves. Full-page woodcut portrait of Fracastoro on verso of leaf [4], several woodcut diagrams and initials within text. Contemporary limp vellum (binding restored, new endpapers), spine with faint hand-lettering. Paper repair to lower blank margin of title-page and two final gatherings, some light dampstaining and purple mildew staining (not weaking paper condition) at lower margin. Provenance: Library of the Pontifical University Antonianum, Rome (old ink stamps with shelf-mark on title-page and few pages elsewhere). Italian export license can be provided with this copy upon request. Still very good copy. ---- Honeyman 1362; NLM/Durling 1640; D.S.B. V, p. 106; Adams F-825; Houzeau-Lancaster I, 2454; Riccardi I, p. 481-482. - RARE FIRST EDITION of this astronomical work by Veronese physician Girolamo Fracastoro [ca. 1478-1553], "in which the movements of the heavens and the celestial spheres with their orbits, the seasons, and various types of days (civil, solar, sidereal) are illustrated ... Apart from the intrinsic value of the work, its attempts to solve certain problems in astronomical and terrestrial physics are interesting, as are the studies on refraction. In the course of the latter Fracastoro points out the apparent enlargement and approach of celestial objects (as well as the moon) observed through two superimposed lenses, analogous to the appearance of a body immersed in water, which varies exactly according to the quantity and density of the water … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2017-09-01 18:06:59
Francis I, King of France (1494-1547).
St. Germain-en-Laye, 22. IX. 1538. Oblong small folio (205:447 mm). 1 p. On vellum. With one counter-signature.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-08-31 17:09:43
Biblia. Nuevo Testamento. Griego. [ Desiderius Erasmus (1467-1536); Thomas Platter (1499-1582) ]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2017-08-30 01:23:02
CRESCENZI, Pietro de'. ( Piero Crescentio ):
Basileae: Per Henricum Petrum, 1538, [mense Augusto anno M. D. XXXVIII]. causaque & vires rerum ita explicatae, ut confidamus non solum oeconomiae studioso, & medico, verumetiam philosopho aliquid hinc accessurum. Autore optimo agricola & philosopho Petro Crescentiensi. Qui haec senator Bononiae, multis legationibus functus, rogatu regis Siciliae Caroli, ante AN. CXX literis mandavit. Nunc autem tandem castigata ad exemplaria, autoris tempore scripta. Early Swiss edition 1538, dated from colophon, Latin text, small 4to, approximately 195 x 135 mm, 7¾x 5½ inches, publisher's pictorial device on title page and verso of final page (anvil, hammer, flames fanned by wind), pictorial initials, pages: [40], 1-574, [2], (last page misnumbered 564), collation: a-e4, A-Z4, 2a-2z4, Aa-Zz4, AA-CC4 (e4 is a blank leaf, CC4r is blank). Bound in contemporary blind panelled calf, decorative blind borders to covers with central floral decorated lozenge, rebacked by amateur, raised bands, no lettering or label, all edges red, original endpapers. Covers slightly worn, spine slightly crinkled, upper cover slightly rubbed, tiny surface tear on upper cover, hinges very neatly repaired, tiny strip of leather missing at tail of spine, corners slightly worn with cardboard showing at tips, front pastedown slightly chipped, armorial bookplate of the Harcourt family on the pastedown, ink stamp of Royal Agricultural college library on front endpaper, no other library signs, a couple of old numbers on reverse, 1 small pale ink smudge and a small faint water stain in lower margin of title page, lower oute … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2017-08-24 14:25:01
VIVES, Joannes Ludovicus
Basel: Robert Winter, 1538. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (194x138 mm). [8], 264 pp. Printer's device on last leaf. 19th-c full leather with blindstamped supralibros (the Flemish lion) on both boards, spine with 4 raised bands. Endpapers renewed, title with old cancel stamp, neat ink annotations and markings in old hand, small dampstain spot to foremargin of most pages. A good clean copy. ---- Adams V-939; Garrison-Morton 4963.2; BM/STC German p. 898; Norman 2159 (also w/o index); Zilboorg & Henry, pp. 180-195. - THE VERY RARE FIRST EDITION OF VIVES'S MOST IMPORTANT PSYCHOLOGICAL WORK. This copy is without the index at end: approximately half of the known copies are without the index, suggesting that some copies of this work may have been sold before it was completed. A friend of Erasmus and Thomas More, Vives has been called "the father of modern empirical psychology..." (Zilboorg & Henry). "Vives anticipated Bacon and Descartes in devoloping an empirical psychology in which the mind was to be studied both through introspection and observation of others. From his exhaustive analysis of memory he developed a theory of association of ideas, which recognized the emotional origin of certain associations, as well as the link between associations, emotions and memory. He was also the first to describe the physiological effects of fear" (Garrison-Morton). Vives maintained that the essence of the human mind was indescribable but could be known through the mind's actions. Fine.
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2017-08-10 11:24:37
Merula Gaudenzio.
apud Seb. Gryphium, 1538. In-8° (cm. 16,3), legatura antica rimontata in p. pergamena con titolo ms. al dorso, tagli rossi; pp. 230 [2] in buono stato, con marca al front. e in fine, capilettera in silografia (poche antiche note ai margini e qualche piccolo segno d'uso, Ex libris al frontespizio). Prima edizione assai rara di questa importante opera storica dell'erudito novarese, impressa in Italia molto dopo (Bergamo 1592). Tratta di antiche popolazioni cisalpine (Insubri, Orobi, Cenomani, Galli Boi, Senoni), delle Alpi, dei fiumi e dei laghi soprattutto lombardi. Un capitolo tra gli ultimi è intitolato «Della magnificenza della città di Milano» e un altro «Della operosità e potenza dei Milanesi». Cfr. Lichtenthal 10. Buon esemplare..
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2017-08-01 21:35:54
Die erste Monographie über Augenkrankheiten in deutscher Sprache
Straßburg, Heinrich Vogtherr 1538. VD 16, N 1189; Hohenemser 703; Muller 436, 7; Ritter 319; Durling 3336. Nicht bei Becker, Bird, Waller, Welcome, Slg. Hirschberg. Seltene kleine Abhandlung über Augenkrankheiten, .mit anzeigung viler nutzlicher und bewerter hülff, als Purgation, Pflaster, Collirien, Sieff, Pulver, Salben und augen wassern. Die Holzschnitt-Tafel zeigt einen Querschnitt durch das menschliche Auge. Kl.-4to. Mit 1 blattgr. Holzschn. Titel verso sowie einer Holzschnitt-Druckermarke, die Heinrich Vogtherr darstellt.12 nn. Bll. Schlichter Pappband des 19. Jhdts., etwas abgegriffen. Im Text frisch und nur gering gebräunt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker [Austria]
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2017-07-31 13:32:20
Franz I., König von Frankreich (1494-1547).
Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH [Roßhaupten, Germany]
2017-07-31 13:32:20
Franz I., König von Frankreich (1494-1547).
Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH [Roßhaupten, Germany]
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2017-07-31 11:36:39
Aldegrever, Heinrich (1502 Paderborn - 1555 Soest),
1538. In der Platte mit dem Monogramm, der Jahreszahl \"1538\" und der Nr. \"2\". Schöner Druck. 11,7 x 7,7 cm. Bartsch 161. Blatt 2 aus der Folge \"Großen Hochzeitstänze\". - Ehemals aus den Sammlungen Dr. Karl Osthof und Hugo Ahne, Aussig (beide nicht bei Lugt). - Lose auf Unterlagekarton montiert. Zwei kleine Fehlstellen und kleinere Einrisse im Randbereich fachmännisch restauriert. Teilweise mit etwas Plattenschmutz. Lose auf Unterlagekarton montiert. Große Hochzeitstänze, Zwei Fackelträger, 2 Fackelträger, 16. Jahrhundert, Altmeistergraphik,
Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs
2017-07-18 21:18:16
Bembo, Pietro.
Lyon, Denis de Harsy für Simon Vincents Erben, 1538. - Seltene und frühe Ausgabe der Briefe, die Bembo als Sekretär Leos X. in dessen Namen verfasste und die damals als Muster eines reinen Lateins geschätzt wurden. - Einband leicht berieben bzw. fleckig. Schwach gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - IA 116.388; Baudrier, Suppl. I, 49; Ebert 1922 Anm. („sehr selten"); Graesse I, 332f.; Gültlingen IV, 129, 94; vgl. Adams B 587ff. u. Brunet I, 767. la Gewicht in Gramm: 500 8°. Titel m. Holzschn.-Verlegermarke. Mit einigen Holzschn.-Vignetten. 432 S., Etw. späterer Pgmt.-Bd. m. durchzogenen Bünden, handschriftl. Rückentitel u. dreiseitigem Farbschnitt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
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