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2012-06-07 18:01:41
Remond Florimond de
VD17 12:122760B u. 12:122728M - Dünnhaupt I, 224, 41, 1 - Faber du Faur II, Nr. 897a (nur fünf von acht Teilen) - Fromm 21603.- Erste deutsche Ausgabe, mit allen Teilen selten; Druckvermerk in der Variante wie beim Ex. in Neresheim.- Übersetzung der "L'Histoire de la naissance, progrès, et décadence de l'hérésie" des französischen Konvertiten F. de Rémond (um 1540-1602).- In der freien Übersetzung des Aegidius Albertinus (1560-1620) gehört das Buch zu den Hauptwerken des stark polemisch gefärbten katholischen gegenreformatorischen Schriftttums. Faber du Faur "nennt das Werk den Fanfarenstoß der Gegenreformation" (Dünnhaupt, II, p. 176).- Im Text drei schemarische Darstellungen der Horoskope Luthers, Melanchthons und Calvins.- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerken (tls. gelöscht). 1 Bl. mit kl. hinterlegtem Ausriß im weißen Rand, nur stellenw. leicht gebräunt, Ebd. etw. berieben, ob. Kapital rest., Vergold. meist oxydiert, es fehlen d. Schließen, hint. Deckelbezug m. kl. Wurmlöcher. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller [Austria]
2012-06-06 15:43:37
Scherer Georg
. . VD17 12:633364D - STC 743 - vgl. De Backer-S. VII, 763, 43.- Frühe Ausgabe der oft aufgelegten Evangelienauslegung des österr. Jesuiten G. Scherer (1540-1605), einem flammenden Prediger gegen die Reformation.- Die 16 großen Holzschnitte zur Passion mit figürlicher Bordüre von Virgil Solis stammen aus der Zeit um 1570.- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk u. hinterlegtem Seitenrand, etw. gebräunt und fleckig, tls. wasserrandig, mit zahlr. meist kleineren Randläsuren, Ebd. fleckig, berieben und bestoßen, Schließen fehlen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2012-06-02 19:17:39
CONSTITUTIONES
S.l. [colophon Venezia, N. de Aristotele civis Ferrariensis], 1540 "in folio, ccnn 6, cn 78, leg. ottocentesca m. pelle con carta dec. ai piatti e tit. oro mss al d. Bel front. a due colori entro elaborata e ricca cornice xilogr. Lozzi 311: "Questa edizione rara secondo il Manzoni è da considerarsi come princeps per le importanti 'Additionibus' e trovasi esattamente descritta dal Raffaelli...". Restauro parziale perfettamente eseguito al verso del front. Belliss. esempl. marginoso e ottimamente conservato. [222] "
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2012-06-01 09:09:07
Ptolemaeus, Claudius
Basilej, Münster, Sebastian, 1540. "Tabula Asiae VI". Orig. woodcut by S. Munster after C. Ptolemaeus' map of the region. Published in Basle by H. Petri, ca. 1540. Orig. old colouring. With Lat. heading title, ornamental cartouche and a mermaid. 27:34,5 cm.. A decorative map of the Arabian Peninsula and the Persian Gulf.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Karel Krenek
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2012-05-12 10:21:31
Sperber Julius
. . I) VD17 23:272724Z - Ferguson II, 391 - Brüning 2298 (mit katastrophalen Abschreibfehlern).- Erste Ausgabe.- Der Kabbalist, Isagoge und Alchemist Julius Sperber (* um 1540 Seebergen; 1616 Dessau in Anhalt) gilt als Mitbegründer des Rosenkreuzer-Ordens. Frick schlägt ihn zusammen mit Mögling, Maier und Fludd zur alchemistisch-pansophischen Gruppe (Die Erleuchteten 156). Die meisten seiner Schriften wurden erst 50 Jahre nach seinem Tode von Benedikt Bahnsen ediert. Der vorliegende Traktat ist stark eschatologisch ausgerichtet.- II) Brüning 3617 (Titel äußerst ungenau, kennt die 8 Bl. am Anfang nicht) - vgl. Duveen 438 u. Ferguson II, 148 (Ausg. 1651).- Vierte lateinische Ausgabe (franz. EA 1621), von Combach erstmals 1651 ins Lateinische übersetzt.- Titel gestempelt und mit hinterlegten Wurmgängen (geringer Buchstabenverlust), beide Werke leicht gebräunt, ohne Vorsätze, Ebd. etw. fleckig u. berieben.# First edition.- Julius Sperber, Alias Julianus de Campis (* around 1540 Sea-mountains; 1616 Dessau in Notion) was fürstlich anhaltischer advice of the prince Christian von Anhalt to Dessau, mystischer writer, Kabbalist, Isagog and Alchemist. He is considered as a joint founder of the Rose cruiser- Medal.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2012-04-19 15:05:35
VERGILIUS Publius Maro
Nicolò Zoppino, 1540. In 8° (15,2 x 10). Cc. 24; 23+1 c.b; 20; 19+1 c.b.; 27+1 c.b.; 25+(6). Manca lultimo foglio bianco. Con numerose belle illustrazioni xilografiche a un terzo di pagina nel testo. Insignificanti fori di tarlo alla prima e ultima carta, per il resto un bellesemplare fresco in legatura coeva pergamena floscia. Bella e rara edizione illustrata. Ogni parte ha un frontespizio a sé e analogamente mutano dediche e traduttori. I traduttori sono Alessandro Sansedoni, Ippolito de Medici, Bernardino Borghesi, Bartolomeo Carli Piccolomini, Aldobrando nobile senese e Alessandro Piccolomini. Beautiful illustrated edition. Superb engraved title-page, each further part has his own separate title-page. The translation has been made by six different literates. Unobtrusive small wormhole in first and last leaf, otherwise a fresh copy in contemporary limp vellum. BRUNET, V-1308. BM-STC Italian, p. 731. SANDER, n. 7648 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTIQUARIA PIEMONTESE [TORINO, Italy]
2012-03-20 08:18:08
Dictys <Cretensis> / Dares <Phrygius>
Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner 1540. 32 cm. (12), 82 Blatt mit Titelholzschnitt, 1 ganzseitigen Holzschnitt, 66 Textholzschnitten, 30 Vignetten und 10 Initialen von H. Schäufelein, Hans Burgkmair, Hans Weiditz und anderen. Holzdeckelband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Titel auf Vorderdeckel - VD16 D 1415 - Musper, Petrarkam. L 162 - Oldenbourg, Schäuf. L 191 - Worstbrock 183 - 2. Ausgabe der ersten Übersetzung ins Deutsche von "Ephemeris belli Troiani" und "Acta diurna belli Troiani" einer romanhaften Darstellung des trojanisches Krieges. Übersetzung in der Art eines Volksbuches von Markus Tatius (genannt: Alpinus; um 1500 - 1559), Erzieher der Söhne Raimund Fuggers zu Augsburg und seit 1559 Kanzler des Bischofs Moritz zu Freising. Die Holzschnitte zur Geschichte des Trojanischen Krieges in der Art mittelalterlicher Landsknechtsszenen. Rücken mit Manuskript-Pergament bezogen, Holzdeckel mit Wurmlöchern, Schließen entfernt, am hinteren Deckel ist die Deckelkante an 2 Stellen (je ca. 8 cm) nicht mehr erhalten, Blattränder stellenweise fingerfleckig und Wurmlöcher, Blatt 9 obere Ecke Papierverlust ca. 2 x 2 cm -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2012-03-17 09:54:18
. Holzschnitt v. Hans Rudolf Manuel Deutsch n. Claudius Ptolemaeus aus Geographia Vniversalis, Vetvs et Nova, ... b. Heinrich Petri in Basel, 1540, 27 x 36 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Zeigt Paris aus der halben Vogelschau. - Über der Ansicht Titelkopfleiste; oben links Kartusche mit Erklärungen von A. - G.; unten rechts Signatur: HR MD (= Hans Rudolf Manuel Deutsch).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2011-10-03 06:53:50
Prosper Aquitanus (santo)
ex officina Heronis Alopecij, Coloniae, 1540. Dorso sciupato (perdita di pergamena) un piatto staccato restauro marginale in carta antica al frontespizio e all'ultima pagina di indice con occultamento di poche parole di testo. Ottimo all'interno Capilettera ornati e figurati. Bella marca tipografica (16) + 856 + (22) p. 158x98 mm p.perg. cordonata (3 nervi) con titolo manoscritto sul dorso
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [roma, ROMA, Italy]
2010-10-30 13:57:41
Quintilianus, Marcus Fabiuis
Lugduni (Lyon): Sebastian Gryphius, 1540's. Small 8vo. 247,(1)pp. This is the "Declamationum Liber", or part two (complete) of Quintilian's "Institutionum Oratoriarum Libri XII" and though it has its own title page and pagination, there is no publisher indicia; that was printed only in part 1. The final page is a woodcut of Gryphius' trademark griffin printer's device. Gryphius issued ten editions of Quintilian, all between 1531 and 1575. Of these editions we have eliminated five based either on personal inspection or catalogued pagination, leaving editions in 1534, 1536, 1540, 1544 and 1549, of which this copy is one. Later (18th cent.?) binding of full calf; spine in six compartments with raised bands, gilt; red leather lettering piece, gilt. Hinges neatly mended else a very good copy with a fine textblock. The copy of lawyer, scholar, Greek translator and editor of the Chicago Tribune Horace White (1834-1916), with his bookplate on the front pastedown. All editions of Gryphius' Quintilian are uncommon. In Latin. Very good.
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
2010-05-01 14:30:44
Sahag?Bernardino de (1499–1590)
12 volumes in 11. Volume 1: The Gods 46 pages with 46 illustrations, appendix and Temporary Foreword laid in (the original printing limited to 1000 copies did not have the title to the spine; Volume 2: The Ceremonies 216 pages with 66 illustrations, appendix and Temporary Foreword laid in; Volume 3: The Origin of the Gods 68 pages with 19 illustrations and appendix; Volume 4 and 5 (bound together): The Soothsayers and the Omens 196 pages with 113 illustrations, appendices and Temporary Foreword laid in; Volume 6: Rhetoric and Moral Philosophy 260 pages with 52 illustrations; Volume 7: The Sun, Moon, and Stars, and the Binding of the Years 81 pages with 22 illustrations and appendix; Volume 8: Kings and Lords 89 pages with 100 illustrations and appendices; Volume 9: The Merchants 97 pages with 110 illustrations; Volume 10: The People 197 pages with 197 illustrations; Volume 11: The Earthly Things 297 pages with 963 illustrations and index; Volume 12: The Conquest of Mexico 122 pages with map, 160 illustrations and Temporary Foreword laid in. Quarto (11 1/4" x 9 1/4") issued in reddish brown cloth with brown lettering to spine and front covers. Translated from the Nahuatl with notes and illustrations by Charles E Dibble and Arthur J O Anderson. Professor George M Foster's personal copy. Monographs of the School of American Research and the Museum of New Mexico. Limited to 1000 copies. All issues First editions.The Florentine Codex is the name given to 12 books created under the supervision of Bernardino de Sahagún between approximately 1540 and 1585. It is a copy of original … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Book Collector
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2010-04-28 15:47:29
Munster, Sebastian:
Basel, 1540. Woodcut, 26 x 34 cms, black and white as issued, Latin text within a woodcut frame on verso. Ptolemaic map of the British Isles created by Munster to illustrate his edition of Ptolemy's Geographia, contained within a trapezoidal frame and incorporating two panels which list the ancient tribes of Ireland and Britain. Map
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2009-09-08 17:28:08
Platina, Bartolomeo Sacchi de
Köln, Cervicornus 1540. 37 cm. (12), 314, (2); 92, (10) Seiten mit Druckermarke (auf Titel) und 4-teiliger Textbordüre in Holzschnitt von Anton Woensam von Worms sowie mehreren großen figürlichen Initialen. Leder-Band um 1700 mit Rückenvergoldung - VD16 P3261 - Adams P-1418 - Wohlgemuth 40,02 - Merlo 1067, 492 - Zweite bei Cervicornus gedruckte Ausgabe. Hauptwerk des Theologen und Humanisten Platina (1421-81), beginnend mit dem Leben Christi, bis zum Tode Pauls II. Angehängt sind einige kleinere Werke: Contra amores; De vera nobilitate; De falso et vero bono; De optimo cive; Oratio ad Paulum II. pont. maximum de bello Turcis inferendo; Panegyricus in Bessarionem. - "Was ihn vor allen seinen Vorgängern in der Geschichtschreibung der Päpste am meisten auszeichnet, ist die korrektere und edlere Schreibweise, die er überall anstrebt und in vielen Partien mit Glück erreicht" (Realenz. 15, 480f). Die Druckermarke und die Holzschnittbordüre sind beschrieben bei Merlo 1067, 492 bzw. 1054, 452. Einband berieben, Kapitale restauriert, vereinzelt Stockflecken und Wurmlöcher, Stempel auf Titel, Besitzeintragungen teils gelöscht, Notizen im Innendeckel - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-07-10 15:48:08
Thucydides. (Camerarius, Joachim, ed.)
Basileae: Ex officina Hervagiana,, 1540. *The price of this item HAS BEEN temporarily REDUCED until Sunday, July 14. Order now for best savings! Accessit praeterea diligentia Ioachimi Camerarij, in castigando tum textu, tum commentarijs una cum annotationibus eius. Stephanus Schirotius Pannonius lectori.; folio (32 cm. tall x 20.5 cm.); [24] (beginning with title), 225, [3] (t6 is a blank leaf), 177 pp. (there are printer's pagination errors but the text complete as issued); this copy lacks F9 (colophon) and F10 (printer's device), else correct; sides are contemporary paneled calf over wood with head-in-medallion rolls in blind, rebacked in tan calf and a red leather label added, two portions of the front cover that originally anchored the straps have been neatly patched in calf and the fore edge of the back cover has two small slits and nail stubs from removal of the two clasps, sides have a few scuffs, the spine unevenly darkened and joints rubbed with front joint split and fron. Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Zubal Books
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2009-05-13 06:15:52
Munster, Sebastian (1488-1552), cartographer and Holbein, Hans, the Younger (1497-15430, Draftsman
Basel, 1540. THE FIRST MAP TO SHOW NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA AS SEPARATE ENTITIES Woodcut: 121/8" x 147/8" References: Seymour I. Schwartz & Ralph E. Ehrenberg, The Mapping of America (New York, 1980), 45; Philip D. Burden, The Mapping of North America: A List of Printed Maps 1511-1670 (Rickmansworth, 1996), 15-17. In 1540, Basel-based cartographer Sebastian Münster published a groundbreaking edition of Ptolemy's Geography, based on the Latin translation of Willibard Pirckheimer, that included this important early map devoted exclusively to the New World. Stretching from Greenland down the coast of Newfoundland to Florida and the Caribbean (with "Cuba" distinctly labeled), and as far south as the Strait of Magellan, the map includes corners of Asia, Europe and Africa, but emphasizes the notion that the recently discovered landmasses are a distinct entity: a truly New World as opposed to a part of Asia, as many previous geographers believed. When Münster included this map in a second publication, his great Cosmographia universalis (first published 1540), he introduced his concept of the New World to an international public. The book, ultimately translated into five languages and published in dozens of different editions, proved to be one of the most influential works dealing with geography in the sixteenth century, and Münster's map became the most widely circulated contemporary delineation of the New World until the publication of Ortelius's atlas in 1570. Münster's map is a revealing lens onto contemporary geographical ideas about the Americas. The eastern co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
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2009-03-08 22:11:24
Publii Terentii [Terence] [Comoedias]
Venetiis: Arandini et Octouiani Scoti, 1540. Includes the plays: Andria; Eunuchus; Heautontimoreumenon; Adelphia; Hecyra; Phormio; with commentary. Includes inhabited woodcut initials throughout and a printer's device on the title page. Full contemporary or slightly later vellum, [28] + 390 pages numbered on rectos only (numbers to CXCV), a total of 418 pages. Incomplete; ends during commentary after Act V, Scene IX of Phormio. Vellum grubby and heavily wormed, rear cover detached, front cover nearly so, spine covering absent, front free endpaper removed, light worming to first three leaves (entirely readable), tear to leaf XLVI [66], margin notes to second leaf and pages CXXXVII [138] and CLXI [161], a few ink blots and closed tears to margins, a few dampstains, other signs of handling and use.. Hard Cover. Poor. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.
Bookseller: Resource Books, LLC [East Granby, Connecticut, US]
2009-03-05 07:21:12
Massaeus, Christianus
Ioannes Crinitus, Antverpiae 1540 - Première partie non paginée: "Calendarium quadruplex" [74 p.] + 284 p. + index. Notes marginales manuscrites anciennes (encre marron, 16e-17e s.), abondantes à partir de la p. 247. Coin supérieur droit des pages de l'index final abîmé. Reliure cartonnée. Bon exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Societe des Bollandistes [Belgium]
2008-11-18 13:41:17
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius.
Cologne, Joannes Ruremundanus, 1540. - Woodcut diagrams in text. (4 l.), 388 p. [p. 350-51 misnumbered 348-49], (49 ll. index, with quire Dd misbound 2, 1, 4, 3, 6, 5, 8, 7). 8°, early sheep (badly cracked and chipped, upper part of flat spine defective, front cover and spine loose). Corner of E5 torn off, with loss of 7-8 letters of text and part of catchword. Some browning and staining. Early signatures erased from title. In good condition, if just barely. Blue-edged paper label on spine with author in manuscript. Early ownership signature mostly erased from title, with oval stain remaining. Rear pastedown endleaf showing fifteenth-century [?] manuscript leaf apparently from a legal text. ---- First edition of this Latin translation by Johann Bronchorst (Joannes Noviomagus), made from the first edition of the Greek text of Ptolemy (Basel, 1533). Bronchorst was a distinguished philosopher and mathematician.---- Adams P2225. BM, @German Pre-1601 STC, p. 719. Sanz, @Geographia de Ptolomeo, p. 181. Brunet IV, 955. JCB I, 127-28. OCLC: 36446392 and others. Copac locates copies at the British Library, Aberdeen, and Cambridge University-Special Collections. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books
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