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2015-05-16 15:28:29
[EXPLORATION / MARITIME LAW]
Valencia: Francisco Diaz Romano, 1539. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to [19.3 x 13.7 cm]. (8) ff., clviii ff., title page printed in red and black with woodcut borderpieces, 9-line woodcut on title page (depicting ship in harbor and sailors on shore praying to Madonna and Child), 17-line woodcut on verso of fol. cxxxvi (twelve seated merchants or sailors or lawyers in discussion), woodcut initials throughout, contemporary red ink ruling around textblock and separating chapters throughout. Bound in early vellum. Title page a bit dusty, very minor water staining in outer margin of first few gatherings, minor corner losses to a few leaves, minor handsoiling, fol. [cvi] with contemporary inscription about the formalities of retaking a vessel captured by enemies, pencil renumbering of chapters in places. Rare first Spanish (Castilian) edition (1539) of the Consulate of the Sea, the maritime legal code developed in late-medieval Barcelona to govern Mediterranean commerce, and a book considered by early Spanish and Italian explorers as a document "whose authority was above all others" (Jados, xiii). First compiled in Catalan by a certain Francis Celelles around 1350, the Consulado formed the core of international maritime law until the Napoleonic reforms of the nineteenth-century. The low survival rate of pre-1550 editions and the use of the vernacular in all early versions of the text (Palau does not locate a Latin translation) likely point to the book's value as a working reference tool among investors, merchants and seamen. The need for a Spanish-language edition of the Consula … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-05-16 15:28:29
[EXPLORATION / MARITIME LAW]
Valencia: Francisco Diaz Romano, 1539. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to [19.3 x 13.7 cm]. (8) ff., clviii ff., title page printed in red and black with woodcut borderpieces, 9-line woodcut on title page (depicting ship in harbor and sailors on shore praying to Madonna and Child), 17-line woodcut on verso of fol. cxxxvi (twelve seated merchants or sailors or lawyers in discussion), woodcut initials throughout, contemporary red ink ruling around textblock and separating chapters throughout. Bound in early vellum. Title page a bit dusty, very minor water staining in outer margin of first few gatherings, minor corner losses to a few leaves, minor handsoiling, fol. [cvi] with contemporary inscription about the formalities of retaking a vessel captured by enemies, pencil renumbering of chapters in places. Rare first Spanish (Castilian) edition (1539) of the Consulate of the Sea, the maritime legal code developed in late-medieval Barcelona to govern Mediterranean commerce, and a book considered by early Spanish and Italian explorers as a document "whose authority was above all others" (Jados, xiii). First compiled in Catalan by a certain Francis Celelles around 1350, the Consulado formed the core of international maritime law until the Napoleonic reforms of the nineteenth-century. The low survival rate of pre-1550 editions and the use of the vernacular in all early versions of the text (Palau does not locate a Latin translation) likely point to the book's value as a working reference tool among investors, merchants and seamen. The need for a Spanish-language edition of the Consula … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-05-16 15:28:29
[EXPLORATION / MARITIME LAW]
Valencia: Francisco Diaz Romano, 1539. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to [19.3 x 13.7 cm]. (8) ff., clviii ff., title page printed in red and black with woodcut borderpieces, 9-line woodcut on title page (depicting ship in harbor and sailors on shore praying to Madonna and Child), 17-line woodcut on verso of fol. cxxxvi (twelve seated merchants or sailors or lawyers in discussion), woodcut initials throughout, contemporary red ink ruling around textblock and separating chapters throughout. Bound in early vellum. Title page a bit dusty, very minor water staining in outer margin of first few gatherings, minor corner losses to a few leaves, minor handsoiling, fol. [cvi] with contemporary inscription about the formalities of retaking a vessel captured by enemies, pencil renumbering of chapters in places. Rare first Spanish (Castilian) edition (1539) of the Consulate of the Sea, the maritime legal code developed in late-medieval Barcelona to govern Mediterranean commerce, and a book considered by early Spanish and Italian explorers as a document "whose authority was above all others" (Jados, xiii). First compiled in Catalan by a certain Francis Celelles around 1350, the Consulado formed the core of international maritime law until the Napoleonic reforms of the nineteenth-century. The low survival rate of pre-1550 editions and the use of the vernacular in all early versions of the text (Palau does not locate a Latin translation) likely point to the book's value as a working reference tool among investors, merchants and seamen. The need for a Spanish-language edition of the Consula … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-05-16 15:28:29
[EXPLORATION / MARITIME LAW]
Valencia: Francisco Diaz Romano, 1539. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to [19.3 x 13.7 cm]. (8) ff., clviii ff., title page printed in red and black with woodcut borderpieces, 9-line woodcut on title page (depicting ship in harbor and sailors on shore praying to Madonna and Child), 17-line woodcut on verso of fol. cxxxvi (twelve seated merchants or sailors or lawyers in discussion), woodcut initials throughout, contemporary red ink ruling around textblock and separating chapters throughout. Bound in early vellum. Title page a bit dusty, very minor water staining in outer margin of first few gatherings, minor corner losses to a few leaves, minor handsoiling, fol. [cvi] with contemporary inscription about the formalities of retaking a vessel captured by enemies, pencil renumbering of chapters in places. Rare first Spanish (Castilian) edition (1539) of the Consulate of the Sea, the maritime legal code developed in late-medieval Barcelona to govern Mediterranean commerce, and a book considered by early Spanish and Italian explorers as a document "whose authority was above all others" (Jados, xiii). First compiled in Catalan by a certain Francis Celelles around 1350, the Consulado formed the core of international maritime law until the Napoleonic reforms of the nineteenth-century. The low survival rate of pre-1550 editions and the use of the vernacular in all early versions of the text (Palau does not locate a Latin translation) likely point to the book's value as a working reference tool among investors, merchants and seamen. The need for a Spanish-language edition of the Consula … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-05-16 15:28:29
[EXPLORATION / MARITIME LAW]
Valencia: Francisco Diaz Romano, 1539. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to [19.3 x 13.7 cm]. (8) ff., clviii ff., title page printed in red and black with woodcut borderpieces, 9-line woodcut on title page (depicting ship in harbor and sailors on shore praying to Madonna and Child), 17-line woodcut on verso of fol. cxxxvi (twelve seated merchants or sailors or lawyers in discussion), woodcut initials throughout, contemporary red ink ruling around textblock and separating chapters throughout. Bound in early vellum. Title page a bit dusty, very minor water staining in outer margin of first few gatherings, minor corner losses to a few leaves, minor handsoiling, fol. [cvi] with contemporary inscription about the formalities of retaking a vessel captured by enemies, pencil renumbering of chapters in places. Rare first Spanish (Castilian) edition (1539) of the Consulate of the Sea, the maritime legal code developed in late-medieval Barcelona to govern Mediterranean commerce, and a book considered by early Spanish and Italian explorers as a document "whose authority was above all others" (Jados, xiii). First compiled in Catalan by a certain Francis Celelles around 1350, the Consulado formed the core of international maritime law until the Napoleonic reforms of the nineteenth-century. The low survival rate of pre-1550 editions and the use of the vernacular in all early versions of the text (Palau does not locate a Latin translation) likely point to the book's value as a working reference tool among investors, merchants and seamen. The need for a Spanish-language edition of the Consula … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-05-16 15:28:29
[EXPLORATION / MARITIME LAW]
Valencia: Francisco Diaz Romano, 1539. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to [19.3 x 13.7 cm]. (8) ff., clviii ff., title page printed in red and black with woodcut borderpieces, 9-line woodcut on title page (depicting ship in harbor and sailors on shore praying to Madonna and Child), 17-line woodcut on verso of fol. cxxxvi (twelve seated merchants or sailors or lawyers in discussion), woodcut initials throughout, contemporary red ink ruling around textblock and separating chapters throughout. Bound in early vellum. Title page a bit dusty, very minor water staining in outer margin of first few gatherings, minor corner losses to a few leaves, minor handsoiling, fol. [cvi] with contemporary inscription about the formalities of retaking a vessel captured by enemies, pencil renumbering of chapters in places. Rare first Spanish (Castilian) edition (1539) of the Consulate of the Sea, the maritime legal code developed in late-medieval Barcelona to govern Mediterranean commerce, and a book considered by early Spanish and Italian explorers as a document "whose authority was above all others" (Jados, xiii). First compiled in Catalan by a certain Francis Celelles around 1350, the Consulado formed the core of international maritime law until the Napoleonic reforms of the nineteenth-century. The low survival rate of pre-1550 editions and the use of the vernacular in all early versions of the text (Palau does not locate a Latin translation) likely point to the book's value as a working reference tool among investors, merchants and seamen. The need for a Spanish-language edition of the Consula … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2015-04-20 06:32:49
FEUARDENT (François) ou FEU-ARDENT
Petit in - 8 (16,8 x 11,3 cm), (16) ff. - 389 - (12) pp., maroquin vert, dos lisse orné, dentelle entourant les plats, pointillés sur les coupes (reliure XVIIIe). Troisième édition, augmentée par l'auteur. "François Feuardent (Coutances 1539 - Bayeux 1610), controversiste français, combattit les hérétiques et devint un de leurs plus violents adversaires. Son zèle catholique l'entraîna dans la Ligue, qu'il soutint par des prédications véhémentes et particulièrement injurieuses pour Henri III et Henri IV." (Hoefer, Nouvelle Biographie générale, T. 17, col. 591). (dos passé, quelques menus défauts). / / Small octavo (16,8 x 11,3 cm), (16) ff. - 389 - (12) pp., green morocco, smooth spine tooled, dentelle border on covers, gilt dotted line on turns - in (XVIIIth cent. binding). Third edition, with added text by the author. "François Feuardent (Coutances 1539 - Bayeux 1610), French controversist, was one of the most fierce adversaries of the heretics. His catholic zeal pulled him in the Ligue, which he supported with violent and particularly offensive preachings for Henri III and Henri IV." (Hoefer, Nouvelle Biographie générale, vol. 17, col. 591). (spine faded, some small defects).
Bookseller: Librairie Henri Picard & Fils
2015-04-14 02:19:35
Iost Amman (1539-1591) ; Franciscus Modius (1556-1597)
. Iost Amman (1539-1591) ; Franciscus Modius (1556-1597). Gynaeceum, Siue|| Theatrvm Mvlie-||rvm, In Qvo Praecipvarvm|| Omnivm Per Evropam In Primis, Na-||tionvm, Gentivm, Popvlorvmqve, Cvivscvnqve|| dignitatis, ordinis, status, conditionis, professionis,|| aetatis, foemineos habitus videre est,|| Artificiosissimis Nvnc Primvm|| figuris, neq[ue] vsquam antehac pari elegantia|| editis, expressos a|| Iodoco Amano.|| Additis Ad Singvlas Figvras Singvlis|| octostichis Francisci Modii Brvg.|| Opvs Cvm Ad Foeminei Sexvs commenda-||tionem, ... M.D.LXXXVI. Francoforti, Impensis Sigismundi Feyrabendii. [Sigmund Feyerabend (1528-1590). Frankfurt 1586] Titelblatt Rot- und Schwarzdruck, 2 Blätter (jeweils beidseitig Text, und zwar "Ad serenissimam Isabellam Austriacam Galliae reginam"), 49 Blätter mit insgesamt 52 Holzschnitten, 1 S. Corrigenda, 1 Bl. Kolophon (Druckermarke). Ohne Einband. Zustand: Das Titelblatt, der Text und einige Blätter (mit Abbildungen der Frauentrachten) sind fachmännisch restauriert worden. Die Bindung ist teilweise gelöst, das heißt die Blätter sind lose. Die Blätter sind goldumrandet (Goldschnitt). Das so genannte "Frauentrachtenbuch" ist unvollständig - vollständig soll es 120 Blätter mit 122 Holzschnitten beinhalten. Ein äußerst seltener Titel. Weitere Photoabbildungen der einzelnen Blätter sende ich Ihnen gerne auf Anfrage zu..
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bibliakos / Dr. Ulf Kruse
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2015-01-12 17:59:23
Denys le CHARTREUX
Fourth edition produced by Lodoycus Tiletanus for the first text; this edition has been shared between multiple printers and booksellers in Paris. Brand of printer in the title page. Initials. Colophon: Parisiis, Excudebat Iohannes Lodoycus Tiletanus. MD XXXIX. Not listed in Adams. Edition found several times in the British Library catalog but in different printers. The second book seems to have appeared for the first time in 1532. Magnificent title page woodcut, with the brand of the printer Claude Chevallon Christ in glory and a Nativity with the Virgin Mary and the Magi, symbolic images depicting the position of the widow of Claude Chevallon. Initials. We do not find this edition in English catalogs; a copy of the BNF to the date of 1536 in Gilles de Gourmont. Full brown sheepskin eighteenth. Back to six nerves adorned boxes, arabesques and small florets golden. Cuts and caps highlighted with golden roulette. All slices speckled red. A small loss in the second joint and a flat sections. Scuffs. A few small wormholes. Numerous handwritten notes on the texts, which were trimmed at the time the work was connected again in the eighteenth century. Two very light marginal foxing affecting some pages, otherwise good copy. 65 lines per page. Scriptural writings of Dionysius the Carthusian were published in 1530 and include 14 books, two books that we offer concern two fundamental texts of the Bible: Psalms of David and the four Gospels, two sets, one of the Old will, the second New, quite emblematic reading by the Catholic Church of the Church of Christ. These comments, made aut … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2015-01-06 20:08:10
Horatius Flaccus Q(uintus).
. . Diese Ausgabe nicht im VD 16 und auch sonst kein Exemplar im KVK u. WorldCat nachweisbar - STC 415 - nicht in Adams.- Sehr seltene Horatius Ausgabe (dritte bei Faber erschienene) mit umfangreichen Kommentar des Henricus Glareanus (die "annotationes" des Glareanus von 1539 mit eigenem Titel u. Paginierung).- Tls. etw. braun- od. wasserfleckig, 1 Init. u. 1 Druckerm. mit brauner Farbe angemalt, letzten 7 Bll. mit Braunfleck im Bug, tls. umfangr. hs. Anmerkungen, Ebd. etw. fleckig u. berieben, Schließen fehlen.# Very rare edition (no copy in WorldCat and KVK).- Partly a little brown- or waterspotted.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2014-12-22 15:41:49
Petrarca, Francesco:
Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner 1539.. Auflage:0. Sammelalbum eines Sammlers zu Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts. Alle Holzschnitte ausgeschnitten und an drei Punkten im Album fixiert. Auf erster Seite von seiner Hand notiert: "Folgende Blätter sind aus: Zwey Bücher Francisi Petrarce. deß hochgelehrten und berümbten Poeten und Oratoris Trostbuch vom minderwärtigen Glück und vom guten Glück. Augsburg durch H. Steyner 1540". Teilweise wurden auch die Kapitelüberschriften zu den jeweiligen Holzschnitten von ihm hinzugefügt. Des weiteren enthält das Sammelalbum noch rd. 100 ausgeschnittene Holzschnitte unterschiedlicher Größen, z. Tl. auch aus Inkunabeln, aus dem frühen 16. Jahrhundert und von Künstlern wie Jost Amann und Georg Scharfenberger. Eine Fundgrube für Liebhaber früher Holzschnitte.
Bookseller: AEGIS Buch - und Kunstantiquariat Einzel
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2014-12-06 11:08:50
Pezel Christhph
. . I. VD 17, 12:287237B - Houzeau-L. 5033 - Zinner 4154 - Wellcome I, 4942.- Seltene erste Ausgabe.- Das einzige astrologische werk des bekannten reformierten Theologen Christoph Pezel (1539-1604). Er war der "Begründer des reformierten Bekenntnisses in Naussau und Bremen" (ADB XXV, 575).- II. VD 17, 23:287241N - Houzeau-L. I, 5047 - Zinner 4129 - Lalande 147 - wellcome I, 1230.- Seltene erste Ausgabe.- Enthält kurze Horoskope und Viten von Fürstlichkeiten, Gelehrten, aber auch zahlr. bürgerlichen Personen seiner Zeit, darunter viele Frauen, einige Namen sind auch nur mit den Initialen wiedergegeben.- Johann Rudolph Camerarius (1578-1635) war Arzt in Tübingen.- Etw. gebräunt, erster Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, zu Beginn tlw. etwas wurmstichig, 1 Bl. mit kl. Randausriss - Tlw. etwas fleckig und gebräunt.# Two rare astrological works in the first edition.- Somewhat browned, modern leather binding.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2014-12-02 05:48:49
COLONNA Vittoria
(s.n.t.), 1539.. In-16 p. (mm. 153x95), p. pergam. molle antica (risg. rifatti), tagli dorati, 48 cc.nn. (l?'ultima bianca); frontespizio racchiuso entro una pregevole cornice figurata. ?"Le rime della poetessa Colonna (1492 ca.-1547) rappresentano uno dei più interessanti documenti della lirica cinquecentesca, al di fuori degli schemi del petrarchismo in cui solitamente sono ascritte?" (così Diz. opere Bompiani,VI, p. 268). Cfr. Brunet,II,161: ?"Les poésies de cette femme célèbre sont estimées: elles parurent d?'abord à Parme, 1538; mais cette première édition n?'est point complète. Celle de 1539, sans nom de ville ni d?'imprimeur; celle de Florence, ad instanza di Nicolo d?'Aristotele detto il Zoppino, 1539; de Venise, Comin da Trino, 1540 e 1544, ont reçu successivement des augmentations?". Tutte queste edizioni sono assai rare. Solo lievi tracce d?'uso, alone su 1 carta, ma complessivame. ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas
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2014-11-29 10:58:45
STRABO
Basileae, apud Joa. Walder, 1539. In-4 (mm. 330 x 218), p. pergam. molle antica, tit. ms. al dorso, 44 cc.nn., 549 pp.num., 13 cc.nn., frontespizio inquadrato in elaborata cornice figurata con marca tipograf.; ornato da pregevoli fregi e grandi capilettera istoriati; altra marca tipograf. al verso dell?'ultima carta (che è bianca), tutti in silografia; caratteri rotondi, testo in latino e con parti anche in greco. Nell?'opera: ?"Olim ut putatur a "Guarino Veronensi et Gregorio Trifernate" latinitate donati, iam denuo a "Conrado Heresbachio".. ad fidem Graeci exemplaris, authorumque, qui huc facere videbantur, recogniti, ac plerisque locis deintegro versi. Item epitomae eorundem decem & septem de Geographia librorum, nunc primum de Graeco sermone in Latinum conversae, "Hieronymo Gemusaeo" interprete. Cfr. Choix de Olschki,III,3563: ?"Belle édition fort estimée?" - Adams,II,1904. ?"Strabone, storico e geografo greco (prima del 60 a.C. - ca 20 d.C.) viaggiò a lungo e visse anche a Roma . L?'opera sua, a noi giunta per intero, è la "Geografia", forse già compiuta nel 7 a.C., salvo più tarde aggiunte. E?' un vasto trattato, fondamentale per la nostra conoscenza del mondo antico, in larga parte composto su informazioni tratte da fonti (e non da esperienze personali di viaggio). E?' anche una miniera di notizie storiche ed erudite.?" Così Diz. Treccani,XI, p. 734. La p. 239 restaur. al marg. inf. per strappi, con lievi e uniformi arross. e fiorit. interc. nel t. ma certam. un buon esempl. marginoso.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas
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2014-11-20 10:16:48
Pseudo-Dionysius
Venetiis: in aedibus Bartholomaei de Zanettis Casterzogensis 1539 In 16, pp. 251 (numerazione di una sola colonna). Rilegat. coeva t. pergamena. Glosse e qualche sottolineatura alle prime 98 pp. Da pag. 2 a pag. 13 piccola macchietta al bordo delle pp. Un alone al margine inf. del frontespizio.
Bookseller: Nuovi Quaderni di Capestrano
2014-11-16 16:56:04
Bock, Hironymus:
Straßburg : Rihel, 1539. - CLXXIIII, LXXXVIII Bl., 1539.. 4°, gebundene Ausgabe. CLXXIIII, LXXXVIII Bl. Leder u. Beschläge vom Einband nicht vorhanden, Titelseite fingerschmutzig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Universität München
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2014-10-29 00:59:19
DE PUTEO Paris (Paride Del Pozzo, Castellammare di Stabia 1413 - Napoli 1493)
Lione: Jean Flajollet - Jacques Giunta (Lugduni: excudebat Ioannes Flaioletus, 1539 mense Octob.), 1540. pergamena (vellum). Qualche foro di tarlo alle prime 2-3 pagine (Slightly wormed at first 2 pages)/Molto buono (Very Good). 16mo. Paridis Puteani iuriconsulti precellentissimi, De Sindicatu, Libri Duo: Benedicti a Vadis forosemproniensis perpulchris Additionibus, Summarijsque illustrati. Quibus suus etiam index accessit copiosissimus Ioannis Hortulani opera, castigatior nuper effectus: et locos omnes scitu, cognituque digniores iurisprudentie studiosis leui negocio demonstrans. Cornici e iniziali xilografiche n.t. Nome dell'Autore in rosso in testa al frontespizio. Nella marca tipografica di J. Giunta sul frontespizio due leoni sorreggono uno stemma con le iniziali I.F.Z. appeso ad un albero con giglio tra le fronde
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico MArini
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2014-09-27 10:53:45
Alexander Ab Alexandro (Alessandri)
Eucharii Cervicorni, 1539. [Figurato Storia-Napoli-Diritto] (cm.32,8) solida piena pergamena originale, lieve restauro. -- cc. 40 nn., pp. 370 + 1 c. bianca. Bellissimo frontis entro grande xilografia figurata che illustra le fatiche di Ercole incise da Anton Von Worms in 4 blocchi considerati la migliore opera di questo maestro che in essi si firma con il suo monogramma (Butsch I p.70). La seconda bordura rappresenta agrippina. Nel testo 7 grandi capolettera figurati (cm. 5,5x5,5) dal celebre alfabeto degli infanti del Durer. L'autore (1461-1523) celebre avvocato napoletano, redige questa opera enciclopedica alla maniera delle Notti Attiche di Aulo Gellio e dei Saturnalia di Macrobio illustrando vari eventi del rinascimento italiano con anedotti di natura giuridica, archeologica, fisica e metafisica. L'opera contiene commenti del Tiraqueau, D. Gotfried, Ch. Colerus, N. Mercier; alcuni passi sono dedicati alle credenze degli antichi, astrologia, influssi degli astri sulle nascite. Un lieve alone al margine bianco delle prime 7 carte, peraltro esemplare molto bello nitido e genuino di questa opera che ebbe a suo tempo molte edizioni e ristampe fino a tutto il XVII secolo. La prima edizione sembra apparsa a Roma nel 1522. Per confronti vedi Graesse I 68 e Brunet I 167 che però non citano la nostra rara edizione. * Choix 8223; * Adams A 720; * Bm. Stc. German 20. [f81] Libro
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Libri Antichi Arezzo di Massai C. [IT]
2014-09-27 10:53:45
Alexander Ab Alexandro (Alessandri)
Coloniae: Eucharii Cervicorni, 1539. Coloniae: Eucharii Cervicorni. [Figurato Storia-Napoli-Diritto] (cm.32,8) solida piena pergamena originale, lieve restauro. -- cc. 40 nn., pp. 370 + 1 c. bianca. Bellissimo frontis entro grande xilografia figurata che illustra le fatiche di Ercole incise da Anton Von Worms in 4 blocchi considerati la migliore opera di questo maestro che in essi si firma con il suo monogramma (Butsch I p.70). La seconda bordura rappresenta agrippina. Nel testo 7 grandi capolettera figurati (cm. 5,5x5,5) dal celebre alfabeto degli infanti del Durer. L'autore (1461-1523) celebre avvocato napoletano, redige questa opera enciclopedica alla maniera delle Notti Attiche di Aulo Gellio e dei Saturnalia di Macrobio illustrando vari eventi del rinascimento italiano con anedotti di natura giuridica, archeologica, fisica e metafisica. L'opera contiene commenti del Tiraqueau, D. Gotfried, Ch. Colerus, N. Mercier; alcuni passi sono dedicati alle credenze degli antichi, astrologia, influssi degli astri sulle nascite. Un lieve alone al margine bianco delle prime 7 carte, peraltro esemplare molto bello nitido e genuino di questa opera che ebbe a suo tempo molte edizioni e ristampe fino a tutto il XVII secolo. La prima edizione sembra apparsa a Roma nel 1522. Per confronti vedi Graesse I 68 e Brunet I 167 che però non citano la nostra rara edizione. * Choix 8223; * Adams A 720; * Bm. Stc. German 20. [f81] . ottimo. Rilegato. 1539.
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2014-09-27 10:53:45
Alexander Ab Alexandro (Alessandri)
Coloniae: Eucharii Cervicorni, 1539. Coloniae: Eucharii Cervicorni. [Figurato Storia-Napoli-Diritto] (cm.32,8) solida piena pergamena originale, lieve restauro. -- cc. 40 nn., pp. 370 + 1 c. bianca. Bellissimo frontis entro grande xilografia figurata che illustra le fatiche di Ercole incise da Anton Von Worms in 4 blocchi considerati la migliore opera di questo maestro che in essi si firma con il suo monogramma (Butsch I p.70). La seconda bordura rappresenta agrippina. Nel testo 7 grandi capolettera figurati (cm. 5,5x5,5) dal celebre alfabeto degli infanti del Durer. L'autore (1461-1523) celebre avvocato napoletano, redige questa opera enciclopedica alla maniera delle Notti Attiche di Aulo Gellio e dei Saturnalia di Macrobio illustrando vari eventi del rinascimento italiano con anedotti di natura giuridica, archeologica, fisica e metafisica. L'opera contiene commenti del Tiraqueau, D. Gotfried, Ch. Colerus, N. Mercier; alcuni passi sono dedicati alle credenze degli antichi, astrologia, influssi degli astri sulle nascite. Un lieve alone al margine bianco delle prime 7 carte, peraltro esemplare molto bello nitido e genuino di questa opera che ebbe a suo tempo molte edizioni e ristampe fino a tutto il XVII secolo. La prima edizione sembra apparsa a Roma nel 1522. Per confronti vedi Graesse I 68 e Brunet I 167 che però non citano la nostra rara edizione. * Choix 8223; * Adams A 720; * Bm. Stc. German 20. [f81] . ottimo. Rilegato. 1539.
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2014-09-24 13:14:52
CHARTREUX Denys le
- Apud Ambrosium Girault et In aedibus Claudii Chevallon, Parisiis (Paris) 1539 et 1536, in-folio (22x33,5cm), (12f.n.c.) CCCXXVII ff. [Sig (a)-(b)?, a-z?, I? L2?, A-S? (-S8)] et (8f.n.c.) et CCCLXXXIII ff., deux volumes reliés en un. - Quatrième édition réalisée par Lodoycus Tiletanus pour le premier texte ; cette édition ayant été partagée entre de multiples imprimeurs-libraires à Paris. Marque de l'imprimeur en page de titre. Lettrines. Colophon : Parisiis, Excudebat Iohannes Lodoycus Tiletanus. M. D. XXXIX. Non répertorié dans Adams. Edition que l'on trouve plusieurs fois au catalogue de la British Library mais chez différents imprimeurs. Le second ouvrage semble avoir paru pour la première fois en 1532. Magnifique page de titre gravée sur bois, avec la marque de l'imprimeur Claude Chevallon, le Christ en gloire et une nativité avec la Vierge et les rois mages, images symboliques figurant la position de la veuve de Claude Chevallon. Lettrines. On ne trouve pas cette édition dans les catalogues anglais ; un exemplaire à la BNF à la date de 1536 chez Gilles de Gourmont. Reliure en pleine basane brune XVIIIe. Dos à six nerfs ornés de caissons, d'arabesques et de petits fleurons dorés. Coupes et coiffes soulignées d'une roulette dorée. Toutes tranches mouchetées rouge. Un petit manque au niveau du mors du second plat et de l'une des coupes. Épidermures. Quelques petits trous de vers. Nombreuses notes manuscrites sur les deux textes, qui ont été rognées au moment où l'ouvrage fut relié à nouveau au XVIIIe siècle. Deux très pâles mouillures marginales portant atteinte à quelq … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-08-23 21:50:45
[REYNARD].
BMC STC German, p. 735; Goedeke I, p. 482; Maltzahn, p. 2, no. 5; Menke VI, 17 (1); VD16, R 998 (6 copies). Rostock-Lübeck edition of the tale of Reynard the Fox in an interesting contemporary binding. The book is adorned with a large number of small woodcuts of male and female costumes, of noble-men and -women, monks, beggars, merchants, soldiers, etc., often repeated. The large woodcut illustrations were made after those in the first Rostock edition of 1539, of which 36 are ascribed to Erhard Altdorfer. Recased with new endpapers; binding slightly soiled, some damage to outer border; 17th-century manuscript entries on recto and verso of title of Johannes Pancklov and Joachim Laurentius Holstein: the latter inherited the book from Pancklov; slightly stained. Good copy of a 16th-century edition of the tale of Reynard the Fox in a contemporary binding.
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2014-08-19 14:12:59
CEULEN, Ludolf van.
Simoni C-86 (STCN indicates this copy lacks title-page and preliminaries); STCN (3 copies, each apparently lacking some leaves present in ours); cf. Bierens de Haan 840 (Marcus issue). First Latin edition of two important mathematical treatises by Ludolf van Ceulen (1539-1610) both translated by Van Ceulen's pupil, Willebrord Snell (1580-1626). They were first published together in the original Latin in 1615. There are at least three and perhaps more issues of the present edition, with differences in imprints, dedications (both in the prelims and on leaf L2), details in the setting of the title-page, etc. The difference in the wording of the title-pages of the three issues suggests that Van der Marsce printed at least some quires, and he used the factotems in his other publications. Page numbers 159-160 are repeated.The present Van Colster issue is clearly intended for the Dutch Republic and its supporters while the Van der Marsce issue is clearly aimed at the Spanish-controlled Southern Low Countries and its supporters. The Marcus issue is more neutral. All three copies of this edition in the STCN are listed as the present Joost van Colster issue, but each differs in makeup and none matches the collation given there. It is not clear that any copy of this issue has leaves not in the present copy and some clearly lack leaves present here. While some leaves were no doubt deliberately cancelled, one of the STCN copies lacks the main title-page and at least one lacks the part-title to the second part (L1). Since the second part is not mentioned on the main title-page and begins … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-08-14 05:57:13
Luther, Martin
Wittemberg, Hans Lufft, 1539,. 4to (19 x 14 cm). Mit ornamentalem Holzschnitt-Titel u. figürl. Initiale. 108 Bl. Modernes Hldr. m. goldgeprägt. Rückentitel.. VD 16 L 7159. - Mejer, S. 37. - Zweiter Druck aus dem Jahr der Erstausgabe. Es gibt 1539 zwei Ausgaben bei Lufft mit derselben Titelbordüre, aber verändertem Satz u. anderer Initiale von 132 und 108 Blatt (ohne Druckermarke). - Mit einer der bekanntesten Reformationsbordüren mit dem guten Hirten und den Reformatorenwappen, deren Druckstock auch von anderen Druckern verwendet wurde (vgl. J. Luther, T. 38). - Titel m. kl. Eckabriß, kl. Fehlstellen in oberster Papierschicht im Rande, am linken Rand vom Buchbinder durch modernes w. Bl. überklebt. Feine Tintenmarginalien v. alter Hd. auf wenigen Seiten, sonst sauber u. wohlerhalten.
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2014-07-15 09:13:32
FORTE, Angelo di.:
Impressum Venetijs, per Bartholomaeum de Zanetis, 1539.FIRST EDITION 1539, date and imprint taken from colophon, Latin text, small 4to, approximately 150 x 105 mm, 6 x 4 inches, large woodcut portrait of the author on title page, large woodcut coat of arms of Pope Paul III, the dedicatee, on A2 verso, 24 unnumbered leaves, collation: A - F4, Ad Lectorem on F3, errata and colophon on F4, neatly rebound in dark green ribbed paper boards, handwritten paper label to spine, new endpapers. Two tiny wormholes in background at top of portrait, neatly repaired, not touching image of arms on A2, still on A3 but no loss of text, margins of title page lightly browned, very small metal tag on the outer blank margin of final page, otherwise very clean throughout. A very good copy of a scarce book (1 copy in the University of Bern, Switzerland, no copies in the Italian libraries, 2 listed in the Bibliotheque Nationale published in Venice the same year by A. de Bindonis, believed to be a later edition). The dedication heading on A2 gives the date 1549 but this seems to be a misprint. Angelo di Forte's work is a collection of medical and philosophical aphorisms. The author was a Venetian doctor and astrologer. Not in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library or Richard Durling, A Catalogue of Sixteenth Century Books in the National Library of Medicine, though several of his other works are listed in Durling. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
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2014-06-22 13:54:04
CALVIN, Jean.
Erichson, p. 31; Pettegree, Emden 161; STCN (7 copies); Typ. Batava 935; USTC 401254; cf. NNBW IV, cols. 547-550 & 604-605; not in Adams. First edition of the first Dutch translation of Calvin's commentaries on the Epistles of Saint Paul and the Epistle to the Hebrews. By 1539 Calvin had planned to write commentaries on all the Pauline Epistles, and he began with the book of Romans (first published in 1540). In 1551 all parts were finished and published together with the Epistle to the Hebrews as In omnes D. Pauli epistolas, atque etia in epistola ad Hebraeos commentaria luculentissima. It was translated into Dutch by Johannes Dyrkinus (ca. 1530-before 1592) and Johannes Florianus (1522-1585) and contains a new preface by Calvin addressed to Simon Grynaeus as well as a dedication to Unico Manninga. "... although Calvin was read and certainly influential in the Netherlands from an early date, surprisingly few of his works were translated into Dutch before 1572" (Pettegree, p. 230). It was printed and published in Emden by Gillis van der Erve and Willem Gailliart. "Emden printing represented possibly the most important, certainly the community's most individual contribution to the shaping of Dutch Protestantism in this period" (Pettegree, p. 87).Some insignificant water stains; rebacked; clasps missing. Although there are some small holes and (especially on the back board) small gouges and cuts in the leather covering the boards, the tooling remains extremely crisp and clear. Good copy of Calvin's commentaries on the Epistles of Saint Paul.
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2014-05-10 04:45:37
FORTE, Angelo di.:
Impressum Venetijs, per Bartholomaeum de Zanetis, 1539.. Impressum Venetijs, per Bartholomaeum de Zanetis, 1539.. FIRST EDITION 1539, date and imprint taken from colophon, Latin text, small 4to, approximately 150 x 105 mm, 6 x 4 inches, large woodcut portrait of the author on title page, large woodcut coat of arms of Pope Paul III, the dedicatee, on A2 verso, 24 unnumbered leaves, collation: A-F4, Ad Lectorem on F3, errata and colophon on F4, neatly rebound in dark green ribbed paper boards, handwritten paper label to spine, new endpapers. Two tiny wormholes in background at top of portrait, neatly repaired, not touching image of arms on A2, still on A3 but no loss of text, margins of title page lightly browned, very small metal tag on the outer blank margin of final page, otherwise very clean throughout. A very good copy of a scarce book (1 copy in the University of Bern, Switzerland, no copies in the Italian libraries, 2 listed in the Bibliotheque Nationale published in Venice the same year by A. de Bindonis, believed to be a later edition). The dedication heading on A2 gives the date 1549 but this seems to be a misprint. Angelo di Forte's work is a collection of medical and philosophical aphorisms. The author was a Venetian doctor and astrologer. Not in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library or Richard Durling, A Catalogue of Sixteenth Century Books in the National Library of Medicine, though several of his other works are listed in Durling. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
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2014-04-25 15:15:28
(Cassianus Bassus).
Paris, Stephanus, 1539.. 140 S. Mit Titelholzschnitt. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit.. Zu I: Erste lateinische Ausgabe. Es handelt sich hierbei um eine erweiterte Übersetzung der "Geoponika", einer von Cassianus Bassus Scholasticus unter Kaiser Konstantin VII. im 10. Jahrhundert zusammengestellten Sammlung von 20 Büchern griechischer und römischer Autoren zum Thema Landwirtschaft. Sie basiert auf der Sammlung aus dem 4. Jahrhundert des Vindanius Antolius und ist heute deshalb so wertvoll, weil sie eine relativ vollständige Gesamtschau über die Landwirtschaft des Altertums gibt und auch Schriften enthält, die im Laufe der Zeit verloren gegangen sind. Der Band enthält u.a. Kapitel über Imkerei, Hühner- und Pferdezucht sowie über Weinbau. - VD16 C1414; Simon, Bibliotheca bacchica II, 150 (Anm.); Wimmer, Gartenbücher S. 35. - Zu II: Nachdruck der erstmals 1535 bei Gryphius erschienenen Ausgabe. "Estienne published a more complete edition in Paris in 1539" (Hunt). "In these books Estienne showed himself to be a scholar of importance but a mediocre naturalist in sacrificing observation to history and philology" (DSB). - DSB 4, 412; Adams S 1733; vgl. Hunt 45 (Lyon.1539); vgl. Pritzel 2745 (Ausg. 1535). - Vorsatz mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk. Vereinzelt gering fleckig. Der erste Band mit sauberen Anmerkungen und Anstreichungen von alter Hand. Einband etwas fleckig und wellig. Ohne die Schließbänder. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar
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2014-03-29 00:38:15
Strabo, (von Amaseia):
Basel, Johannes Walder, 1539.. Mit Holzschnitt- Titelbordüre, 2 Druckermarken, (44 Bl.), 549 S., (13 Bl.). Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel (leicht fleckig).. Erste Ausgabe der Bearbeitung Conrad Heresbachs, der "der Übersetzung des Werkes Strabos in der Fassung von 1523 neu eine eigene Übersetzung einer bis dahin ungedruckten alten griechischen Epitome, einer Kurzfassung der 17 Bücher vorangestellt" hat (Hieronymus). - VD 16, S 9347; Hieronymus 288; Jöcher IV, 863. -Strabo von Amaseia (63 v. Chr - 25 n. Chr.) "ein Philosophus und Historicus, von Amasia, einer Stadt in Capadocia oder Ponto, aus einem edlen Geschlechte, welches eigentlich aus Gnosso in Creta herstammte, lebte zu Kaisers Augustii und Tiberii Zeiten, studierte unter Xenarchi, eines Philisophi peripatetici Anführung, begab sich nachgehends zu den Stoicis, wie man aus verschiedenen Orten seiner Geographie abnehmen kan, welche wir in 17 Büchern in griechischer Sprache haben. Man erkennt daraus zur Genüge seine Gelehrsamkeit, guten Verstand und Fleiß, indem er die Örter und Völcker, von denen er geschrieben, auf seinen Reisen selbst kennen lernen" (Jöcher). - Titelblatt mit kleinen Wachsflecken und handschriftlichenm Besitzvermerk, teilweise schwach wasserrandig und gebräunt.
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2014-03-03 09:23:02
[Eike von Repgow].
Leipzig, Nikolaus Wolrab, 1539.. (18), CCLXIV, (116) Bll. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am letzten Bl. verso sowie einem Holzschnittwappen und einigen -initialen. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit auf 4 Doppelbünden mit goldgepr. Deckeltitel. Eine Schließe (von 2). Folio (217:330 mm).. Das älteste und wichtigste Rechtsbuch des deutschen Mittelalters, das auch die Vorlage für eine große Anzahl weiterer Rechtsbücher bildet, darunter der "Schwabenspiegel" und das "Magdeburger Stadtrecht". Noch frühe Ausgabe, die einzige von Benno von Heynitz (1500-44) herausgegebene. Mit deutschem und lateinischem Text, ergänzt um die Urteile der Schöffengerichte von Magdeburg und Leipzig, eine allgemeine Prozeßordnung und einen "gemeinen Vocabularius der alten und dieser Zeit fast unverstendlichen Vocabeln, so hin und wider im Sachsenrecht befunden werden, den Rechtsübenden gar nützlich zu wissen." - Der blindgepr. Schweinslederband mit drei Rollenstempeln; im Mittelfeld eine senkrechte Reihe von goldgepr. Dreiblattstempeln; in den Querriegeln die Goldprägung "Sachsenspigl MDXXXIX"; die Längsriegel bezeichnet "I F" (d. i. Johann Fürstenauer). Der Hinterdeckel mit abweichender Blindprägung (u. a. breite äußere Bordüre mit Vierblattseme). Größere Rotverfärbung am Hinterdeckel, wohl durch zeitgenössisch ausgelaufenes Kerzenwachs. Einband berieben; das Titelblatt lose. Am vorderen Innendeckel zeitgenöss. Kaufvermerk: "Emit Clemens [...] a Ioanne Furstennawer Viginti quatuor grossis albis anno 1540 Quinto die Nouembris". Am vorderen Vorsatz etwas späterer hs. humanistischer Besitzvermerk: "phili … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-24 17:56:44
Albonesi, Teseo Ambrogio degli.
Pavia, G. M. Simonetta, 1539.. 215 Bll., 1 w. Bl. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und 2 nahezu ganzseit. Textholzschnitten. Lederband des 19. Jhs. (restauriert) mit dezenter Vergoldung. 4to.. Erste Ausgabe im ersten Druck (Bl. 213v: "Kal. Martij"). "The earliest Syrian and Armenian grammar printed" (IA). Rarissimum der frühen Orientalistik, zugleich von hohem musikhistorischem Rang auf Grund der ersten bebilderten Beschreibung des Fagotts, das der Onkel des Verfassers, Afranio degli Albonesi, in den ersten Jahrzehnten des 16. Jahrhunderts erfunden und 1532 zum ersten Mal vorgeführt hatte. - Der Regularkanoniker Teseo Ambrogio degli Albonesi (oft auch nur Ambrogio oder Ambrosius; 1469-1540) war Lehrer des Syrischen und hat mit seiner Einführung in die orientalischen Sprachen eine Mischung aus linguistischer Darstellung und Sammlung exotischer Alphabete vorgelegt. Wenn auch die Ergebnisse von Albonesis Arbeit, seiner einzigen Veröffentlichung übrigens, nicht in jedem Falle exakt sind, so sind sie doch wissenschaftsgeschichtlich bedeutend, weil die Introductio eines der Werke ist, die die damals aufkeimende komparative Philologie zu weiterer Forschung angeregt hat. "His work offers a detailed survey of the Syriac and Armenian languages from various points of view, and a short notice about the other exotic languages (Samaritan, Arabic, Coptic, Cyrillic, Ethiopic) - these languages are all discussed with examples written by hand in the earlier chapters, and throughout the work we find blank spaces where such words had still to be filled in" (Smitskamp). - Die erwähnten im Druck fre … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-17 01:19:11
Flavius Josephus.
Apud Se.(bastian) Gryphium, Lvgdvni ( Sebastian Gryphius, Lyon), 1539.. 2 Bände 44. nn Bll. 552 S. / 526 S. 8° blindgeprägte Ganzlederbände der Zeit über Holzdeckeln (Rücken später mit Lederbezug verstärkt). frühe lateinsiche Ausgabe der Jüdischen Altertümer des Flavius Josephus, als Bände 1 und 2 der Gesamtausgabe seiner Werke ( Band 3 Jüdischer Krieg) bei Gryphius in Lyon erschienen. Mit den schönen Holzschnittdruckermarken von Gryphius auf den Titeln und zahlreichen figürlichen Holzschnittinitialen im Text. Vorsätze und die ersten/ letzten Seiten etwas wasserrandig, Titelblätter mit überklebtem Namenseintrag (altes Papier). Rücken ca 100 Jahre später mit Leder überzogen, Schliessen fehlen, Einband mit Fehlstellen.
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2014-02-13 17:51:34
Sammelband Dialectica, 1534, 1539 und 1550, 3 in 1 -:
Köln, Cervicornus, 1539.. circa 16 x 11 cm. 207 SS., mit 2 Holzschnittbordüren, einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen und schematischen Textholzschnitten Blindgeprägtes Halb-Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln, monogr. und dat. "S. M. 1570". VD 16 G 1368; nicht im STC und bei Adams. Erstmals 1508 in Paris erschienen Dialektik, hier schön ausgestattet mit zahlreichen Symbolen und in eleganter Typographie. - 2. Caesarius, J. Dialectica. Mainz, I. Schöffer, 1550. 8 Bll., 380 SS., 2 Bll. (das erste weiss), mit 2 verschiedenen Druckermarken. - VD 16 C 122; nicht im STC und bei Adams. - Die Lehrbücher zu Dialektik und Rhetorik von Johannes Caesarius (1468-1550) wurden von Melanchthon empfohlen, in Deutschland aber bald durch die ramistischen verdrängt (ADB III, 2691). - 3. Caesarius, J. Dialectica per quaestiones in compendium redacta autore C. Rodolphi. Leipzig, N. Schmidt (Faber), o. J. (1534). 72 Bll., mit einigen Initialen in Holzschnitt. - VD 16 ZV 2779; nicht im STC und bei Adams. - Zustand: fliegender Vorsatz vorne entfernt, Spiegel mit hs. Vermerken, Titel des ersten Werkes und hinterer Vorsatz mit Besitzvermerken von alter Hand, verso gestempelt, stellenweise fleckig, leicht gebräunt. Einband ohne Schliessen, berieben, Rücken alt grösserenteils mit Papier überklebt - Alle drei Schriften selten.
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2014-02-10 01:21:21
Homer -
Strassburg, Wendelin Rihel der Ältere. September 1539. 1 Teil (von 3). 8°. 8 n.n. Bl., 563 S., 1 S. Holzschnittdruckermarke. Mit einer Holzschnitttitelvignette. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit blindgeprägtem Deckelmedaillon (Justitia auf dem Vorderdeckel, Porträt eines Kurfürsten (?) und Rollstempelverzierung.. VD16 ZV 1202. - IA 153.026. - Muller III, 3994, 46. - Ritter 1193. - Adams D442. - Dieser Kommentar, herausgegeben von Jacob Berotus wird Didymus Chalcenterus zugeschrieben. Mit Vorreden von Bedrotus, Johann Sturm und Philipp Melanchthon. Unser Exemplar ohne den Index und die den Kommentar von Porphyrius sowie dem weiteren Kommentar: de Nympharum antro in Odyssea, opusculum. - Die Vorreden in Lateinisch, der Kommentar in griechischen Lettern gedruckt. Papier leicht gebräunt. Einband gebräunt. Die Schliessen ausgerissen. Mit gestochenem Exlibris "Bibliothek Oberherrlingen" auf dem Innendeckel und handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk aus dem 18. Jahrhundert auf dem Titel.
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2014-02-08 16:43:40
Suetonius Tranquillus C.:
Köln, Johannes Gymnich 1539.. 8°. 672 S., 15 n.n. Bl. Annotata. Rotbrauner Kalblederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit blindgeprägtem Rollstempelverzierung mit Musenmotiv und blindgeprägtem Mittelstück mit Eicheln.. VD 16 S10105. - Benzing 224.21. - Dritte Ausgabe der von Erasmus von Rotterdam editierten Fassung auf der Basis eines Manuskriptes aus dem Kloster St.Martin in Tournay. Erstmals von Froben 1518 gedruckt. Hier mit der Vorrede des Erasmus datiert 9. Juni 1517. - Erschien nach Basel mehrfach, offenbar auch für den Schulgebrauch in Köln. Enthält neben dem Text von Sueton auch Ausschnitte aus Ausonius und von Giovanni Battista Egnazio: De Romanis principus. Der hübsche, sehr dekorative Einband, datiert 1544 auf dem Vorderdeckel, mit dem hübschen Rollenstempel der leichtbekleideten Musen. - Buchblock mit stärkerem Wasserrand. Einband mit kleiner Fehlstelle auf dem Hinterdeckel. Aeussere Rückenkante leicht angebrochen. Die ursprünglichen Schliessen ausgerissen. - Selten. (Sprache: Lateinisch)
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2014-02-08 09:43:04
(Nachdruck der 2. Biblia Rabbinica Venedig bei Bomberg 1524/25 in folio - DM II 2 p 704 Nr 5085)
Paris bei Robert Stephanus 1539/44 - 13 Teile in 2 vol - in 4to (25 x 18 cm). Robert Stephanus I. (1503-1559), Sohn Heinrich Stephanus I. (um 1470-1520), druckte 2 x die hebr. Bibel, u. zw. jedesm. in Lieferung., m. der Folge, daß d. Erwerber darüber entschied, in welcher Reihen- Folge - nach jüd. oder christl. Tradition - die einzelnen Bibelbücher zu Buch-Bänden gebunden werden. Bei beiden hebräischen Bibeln ist Druckvorlage Bomberg's 2. Biblia Rabbinica mit der Massora. Hier geht es um Stephanus komplette Quarto-Bibel, u. zwar alles im ersten Druck der EA, außer dem Propheten Hesekiel, bei dem es sich um den 2. Druck von 1542 handelt. Außer dem Titelblatt zu den 12 kl. Propheten - das die kl. Dr.-Marke (abgeb. Ph. Renouard pp 85/86 Nr. 292) trägt - sind alle anderen Titelbl. mit der großen Marke Nr. 293 (abgeb. Ph. Renouard pp 88/89) geziert. Die Teillieferungen erschienen als EA in 1539: Jesaia u. von den kl. Propheten als erste Hosea, Micha, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephania und Haggai. In 1540 kamen die restlichen 12 kl. Propheten: Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonas, Zachariah u. Maleachi, dazu die Psalmen, Sprüche, Daniel u. die 5 Megilloth (Hohelied, Ruth, Klagelieder, Prediger/Kohelet u. Esther). 1541 beschert uns Esdras (u. ohne expressis verbis zu erwähnen: auch Nehemia) u. das Buch Hiob. 1542 ist es Hesekiel im '2. Druck'. 1543 folgen Pentateuch u. die beiden Chronica-Bücher (Paralipom.). Den Abschluß 1544 bilden die 'Prophetae Priores' (Josua, Richter u. die beiden Samuel- u. die beiden Könige-Bücher). - Insgesamt sind - einschließl. der Titel u. leeren Blätter - in Bd I eingeb … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-04 10:26:44
Baldo degli Ubaldi ( Baldus de Ubaldis ) ( Balde de Ubaldis)
Lugduni 1539 - Portada grabada y a dos tintas - 196folios, a doble columna. Caracteres góticos. Anotaciones manuscritas de época. Muy buen ejemplar encuadernado en el siglo XVIII. Piel. Lomera con nervios, florones y un tejuelo. Cortes pintados. =Baldo degli Ubaldi (Perugia, 1327 - Pavía, 1400) fue un jurista italiano, alumno de Bártolo de Sassoferrato y profesor de derecho en las universidades de Bolonia, Perugia, Pisa, Florencia, Padua y Pavía. Su nombre se latinizó como Baldus de Ubaldis, y se castellanizó como Balde de Ubaldis. Fue autor de numerosos Commentari a las diversas partes del Corpus Iuris Civilis de Justiniano. Ha sido descrito como "el más cultivado de los juristas, como el más cultivado en la filosofía". [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2013-08-05 01:52:36
FORTE, Angelo di.:
Impressum Venetijs, per Bartholomaeum de Zanetis, 1539.. FIRST EDITION 1539, date and imprint taken from colophon, Latin text, small 4to, 150 x 105 mm, 6 x 4 inches, large woodcut portrait of the author on title page, large woodcut coat of arms of Pope Paul III, the dedicatee, on A2 verso, 24 unnumbered leaves, collation: A-F4, Ad Lectorem on F3, errata and colophon on F4, neatly rebound in dark green ribbed paper boards, handwritten paper label to spine, new endpapers. Two tiny wormholes in background at top of portrait, not touching image of arms on A2, still on A3 but no loss of text, margins of title page lightly browned, very small metal tag on the outer blank margin of final page, otherwise very clean throughout. A very good copy of a scarce book (1 copy in the University of Bern, Switzerland, no copies in the Italian libraries, 2 listed in the Bibliotheque Nationale published in Venice the same year by A. de Bindonis, believed to be a later edition). The dedication heading on A2 gives the date 1549 but this seems to be a misprint. Angelo di Forte's work is a collection of medical and philosophical aphorisms. The author was a Venetian doctor and astrologer. Not in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library or Richard Durling, A Catalogue of Sixteenth Century Books in the National Library of Medicine, though several of his other works are listed in Durling. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.
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2013-06-12 15:07:13
Hans Sebald BEHAM Nuremberg 1500 - Frankfurt 1550
Bulino, 1539, monogrammato in lastra. Poco prima del 1520, alcuni giovani artisti della cerchia di Albercht Dürer presero a realizzare incisioni molto piccole che hanno sfidato lo spettatore con un mondo in miniatura, un mondo di nuovo soggetto laico e di interpretazioni non convenzionali di temi tradizionali. A causa delle ridotte dimensioni delle loro incisioni, questi artisti sono stati appellati a lungo, con il nome collettivo, e poco lusinghiero, di Piccoli Maestri di Norimberga. Il nucleo del gruppo consiste in tre artisti di Norimberga, Hans Sebald & Bartel Beham e Georg Pencz, e inoltre Jacob Bink da Colonia e Heinrich Aldegrever da Soest. La presente incisione proviene da una vecchia collezione in cui le opere erano conservate, come spesso accadeva, applicate in un album databile al XVIII secolo. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilate al rame, in buono stato di conservazione. Engraving, 1539, signed on plate. A good impression, printed on contemporary paper, trimmed to the platemar, in good conditions. Shortly before 1520, several young artists in the immediate circle of Albercht Dürer began making remarkably small engravings that challenged the viewer with a world in miniature; a world of new secular subject and of unconventional interpretations of traditional themes. Because of the scale of their engravings these artists have long been saddled with the unflattering collective name the Little Masters. The core of the group consist in three Nuremberg artists, Hans Sebald & Bartel Beham and Georg Pencz, Jacob Bink form Cologne and Heinrich Aldegrever … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Yelets
2013-04-20 10:36:01
Suetonius Tranquillus C
8°. 672 S., 15 n.n. Bl. Annotata. Rotbrauner Kalblederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit blindgeprägtem Rollstempelverzierung mit Musenmotiv und blindgeprägtem Mittelstück mit Eicheln. VD 16 S10105. - Benzing 224.21. - Dritte Ausgabe der von Erasmus von Rotterdam editierten Fassung auf der Basis eines Manuskriptes aus dem Kloster St.Martin in Tournay. Erstmals von Froben 1518 gedruckt. Hier mit der Vorrede des Erasmus datiert 9. Juni 1517. - Erschien nach Basel mehrfach, offenbar auch für den Schulgebrauch in Köln. Enthält neben dem Text von Sueton auch Ausschnitte aus Ausonius und von Giovanni Battista Egnazio: De Romanis principus. Der hübsche, sehr dekorative Einband, datiert 1544 auf dem Vorderdeckel, mit dem hübschen Rollenstempel der leichtbekleideten Musen. - Buchblock mit stärkerem Wasserrand. Einband mit kleiner Fehlstelle auf dem Hinterdeckel. Aeussere Rückenkante leicht angebrochen. Die ursprünglichen Schliessen ausgerissen. - Selten.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat
2013-01-21 18:59:03
CORNELIS DE JODE (1568 - 1600)
Contemporary hand-coloured engraving, 34x21,5cm Antwerp 1539 This rare and famous map is the first devoted to New Guinea, the upper part and the Salomon Islands, and a large part of the great southern continent, Terra Australis Incognita. In the center the famous vignette scene depicting a bowman doing battle with a fearsome dragon, and several other winged creatures, a snake, and a merman and mermaid. The map was created for the second and final de Jode edition "Speculum Orbis Terræ" and is very rare. It is especially attractive in the stunning original colour. It was printed on a single sheet, and appeared opposite the map "Quiviræ Regnu...", see above.. Some offsetting caused by colour oxidizing in the area of "Islas de Salamon"
Bookseller: Kunstantikvariat PAMA AS
2013-01-02 23:00:02
STRABO
In-4 (mm. 330 x 218), p. pergam. molle antica, tit. ms. al dorso, 44 cc.nn., 549 pp.num., 13 cc.nn., frontesp. inquadrato in elaborata cornice figurata con marca tipograf.; ornato da pregevoli fregi e grandi capilettera istoriati; altra marca tipograf. al verso dell?ultima carta (che è bianca), tutti in silografia; caratteri rotondi, testo in latino e con parti anche in greco. Nell?opera: ?Olim ut putatur a "Guarino Veronensi et Gregorio Trifernate" latinitate donati, iam denuo a "Conrado Heresbachio".. ad fidem Graeci exemplaris, authorumque, qui huc facere videbantur, recogniti, ac plerisque locis deintegro versi. Item epitomae eorundem decem & septem de Geographia librorum, nunc primum de Graeco sermone in Latinum conversae, "Hieronymo Gemusaeo" interprete. Cfr. Choix de Olschki,III,3563: ?Belle édition fort estimée? - Adams,II,1904. ?Strabone, storico e geografo greco (prima del 60 a.C. - ca 20 d.C.) viaggiò a lungo e visse anche a Roma . L?opera sua, a noi giunta per intero, è la "Geografia", forse già compiuta nel 7 a.C., salvo più tarde aggiunte. E? un vasto trattato, fondamentale per la nostra conoscenza del mondo antico, in larga parte composto su informazioni tratte da fonti (e non da esperienze personali di viaggio). E? anche una miniera di notizie storiche ed erudite.? Così Diz. Treccani,XI, p. 734. La p. 239 restaur. al marg. inf. per strappi, con lievi e uniformi arross. e fiorit. interc. nel t. ma certam. un buon esempl. marginoso.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2012-12-29 21:43:05
COLONNA Vittoria
In-16 p. (mm. 153x95), p. pergam. molle antica (risg. rifatti), tagli dorati, 48 cc.nn. (l?ultima bianca); frontespizio racchiuso entro una pregevole cornice figurata. ?Le rime della poetessa Colonna (1492 ca.-1547) rappresentano uno dei più interessanti documenti della lirica cinquecentesca, al di fuori degli schemi del petrarchismo in cui solitamente sono ascritte? (così Diz. opere Bompiani,VI, p. 268). Cfr. Brunet,II,161: ?Les poésies de cette femme célèbre sont estimées: elles parurent d?abord à Parme, 1538; mais cette première édition n?est point complète. Celle de 1539, sans nom de ville ni d?imprimeur; celle de Florence, ad instanza di Nicolo d?Aristotele detto il Zoppino, 1539; de Venise, Comin da Trino, 1540 e 1544, ont reçu successivement des augmentations?. Tutte queste edizioni sono assai rare. Solo lievi tracce d?uso, alone su 1 carta, ma complessivame. ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2012-07-01 14:06:46
Galien, Claude - Estienne, Charles - Allaxinus, Jacob
Lugduni, apud Franciscum Justum / Lutetiæ, ex officina Roberti Stephani typographi regii / Parisiis, ex officina Christiani Wecheli 1539 - 1545 - 1535. Deuxième ouvrage : 1545 [De latinis et Græcis nominibus arborum, fructicum, herbarum, piscium, & avium liber : ex Aristotele, Theophrasto, Dioscoride, Galeno, Aetio, Paulo Aegineta, Actuario, Nicandro, Athenæo, Oppiano, Aeliano, Plinio, Hermolao Barbaro, & Iohanne Ruellio cum Gallica eorum nominum appellatione. Aeditio secunda, cui multa accesserunt] et troisième ouvrage : 1535 [Medicæ aliquot disceptationes erudissimæ, quibus recentiorum & Arabum permulti errores ad veterum disciplinam expenduntur. Auctore Iac. Allaxino medico clarissimo].Trois ouvrages reliés en un volume.Galien, Claude : Claudii Galeni pergameni definitiones medicæ, Iona Philologo interprete. En latin, Lugduni, apud Franciscum Justum, 1539, 11 x 17, 24 feuillets + 8 pages d'index. Estienne, Charles :De latinis et Græcis nominibus arborum, fructicum, herbarum, piscium, & avium liber : ex Aristotele, Theophrasto, Dioscoride, Galeno, Aetio, Paulo Aegineta, Actuario, Nicandro, Athenæo, Oppiano, Aeliano, Plinio, Hermolao Barbaro, & Iohanne Ruellio cum Gallica eorum nominum appellatione. Aeditio secunda, cui multa accesserunt. En latin, Lutetiæ, ex officina Roberti Stephani typographi regii, 1545, 11 x 17, 124 pages. Allaxinus, Jacob : Medicæ aliquot disceptationes erudissimæ, quibus recentiorum & Arabum permulti errores ad veterum disciplinam expenduntur. Auctore Iac. Allaxino medico clarissimo. En latin, Parisiis, ex officina Christiani Wecheli, 1535, 11 x 17 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Calepinus, la librairie latin-grec [La Chèvrerie, France]
2012-06-29 13:13:13
Zimara, Marcantonio
Apud Octavianum Scotum, M. D. XXXIX. 1539., Venetiis, - In folio (cm 21,5 x 31), cartonatura mod., cc (6), 94, grande impresa tipografica al frontespizio: Ancora unisce rami di palma e di olivo germoglianti da tronco, congiunti in basso dalla sigla SOS, motto: "In tenebris fulget", dedica al principe salernitano Fernando Sanseverino, testo latino su due colonne con chiose laterali, parentesi riassuntive che uniscono capoversi. Grandi capilettera allegorici. Esemplare in buone condizioni, firma settecentesca di appartenenza al frontespizio, rade lievi gore, integrazione ben fatta al margine inf. della carta A. Opera composta nel 1523 dal filosofo averroista nativo di San Pietro in Galatins (Lecce) che trasport? la traduzione ficiniana di Averro? ad opera di Platone e Plotino in questi Theoremata che sono la sua opera maggiore. In ICCU altre edizioni; Adams II, 165 per ediz. del 1564
Bookseller: Studio Bosio [Italy]
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