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2012-04-09 16:11:08
MARCUS FABIUS QUINTILIANUS. (Quintilian).:
Paris, apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1541.. ELOQUENTISSIMI DECLAMATIONES DILIGENTER RECOGNITAE. 1541-1542. 2 works in 1 volume, each with title page, both published by Simon de Colines, Latin text, 8vo, 240 x 160 mm, 9¼ x 6¼ inches, large pictorial printer's device on title pages, a few decorated initials, leaves (4), 250; 84, numbers 45, 46, 93 and 94 omitted from the foliation of the first part, text and register are continuous, collated and guaranteed complete, bound in 19th century half leather over marbled sides, gilt rules and lettering to spine. Handsomely rebound in full panel calf, maroon morocco label with gilt lettering and rules between raised bands to spine, Part I: title page dusty and lightly browned, name in top and bottom margins, another below title erased leaving tiny hole, tiny nick to lower edge, in about 50 places there is some highlighting of 2 or 3 lines of text in pale brown pencil or water colour, a couple of small corrections to text, original still legible, a few lines crossed through once but still legible, 6 neat early marginal notes, 1 erased, small ink smudge to 1 page with loss of 2 words, a little light browning to some pages; Part II, 1 small ink stain to text, still legible, 1 underlining, last 4 leaves slightly browned, otherwise clean. Text block tight and firm. A good copy. The first work is an early edition of Quintilian's famous treatise on the art of rhetoric. The second work in the volume was for many years attributed to Quintilian but is now recognised as spurious. Brunet, IV, 1025. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2012-04-07 21:58:15
Fries, Laurent. Ptolemy.
Vienna: 1541 - The second map to show just southern Africa; it is based on the Waldseemuller modern map of southern Africa, and derived from Ptolemy. Decoratively illustrated with African kings, serpents, an elephant and a christian soldier riding a sea monster towards Madagascar. Three large rivers arise from a mountain range, labeled 'Fontes Nili' (source of the Nile), other mountain ranges, and coastal towns named in Latin or Portuguese. With the figure of the King of Portugal riding a sea monster towards Madagascar. Wood block map with early hand color. Blank on the verso, with the number 39 at the lower right corner. Image size: 16 7/8 x 13". Paper size: 21 1/4 x 15". Strengthened on the verso, very faint browning at middle of center fold, otherwise very good. Betz, p. 55-56. Tooley, "Map Collectors' Circle, No. 30 Printed Maps of the Continent of Africa Part II", p. 61-62. Karrow, "Mapmakers of the Sixteenth Century".
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA
2012-03-20 11:48:36
Apianus, Petrus]
Venice: Jo. Antonium de Nicolinus de Sabio, 1541. 24 leaves. Woodcut vignette of an astrolabe encompassing the globe on the titlepage; Melchior's device of a cat holding a mouse on verso of final leaf. Several woodcuts throughout text. Small octavo. Later vellum. Covers bowed. Light old stain at foredge of first four leaves. Very good. In a half morocco and cloth box. An abridgement of Apianus' 1524 COSMOGRAPHICUS LIBER, first published in this version in 1533. The COSMOGRAPHICUS LIBER remains a foundation work of cosmography, being notable for "the division of the earth into climatic zones, the uses of parallels and meridians, the determination of latitude, several methods for determining longitude including that of lunar distance, the use of trigonometry to determine distances, several types of map projections, and many other topics" (Karrow). Apianus owes much of his early work to the eminent Martin Waldseemuller, often making only minor changes to his maps and then publishing them as his own. With the publication of the present work, Apianus separates himself from his past near-plagiarism and becomes a cartographic force in his own right. This edition omits the chapters on America and is therefore not included in EUROPEAN AMERICANA, though it is recorded by Harrisse and Sabin. There is, however, a mention of America on leaf C6. OCLC locates only six copies. Rare. KARROW, p.53. SABIN 1746. HARRISSE (BAV) 236. BELL A272. JCB (3)I:129. OCLC 18730682, 54283456. JCB GERMAN AMERICANA 541/1.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2012-03-14 11:53:20
BOUCHET Jean
Paris: Hodin Petit., 1541. Fine. Hodin Petit., Paris 1541, in-8 (11x16,3cm), (12f.n.ch.) Fo. CCC.lxxxv., relié. - The first edition of this book was published in 1530 in De Marneff Poitiers. It was reprinted in 1532, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1539 and again went through many later editions. Copies are now rare. It is the first edition and its reprints of the BN France. The British Library has for its many editions. Edition Batards characters. Full tan sheepskin eighteenth. Back tooled raised. Part of title in red morocco. A split bits in the head and tail with small lack reaching it. Some friction. Jean Bouchet (1476-vers1550) is a French writer and poet born in Poitiers. Friend of Rabelais, Louis de Ronsard (father of the poet), it was noted for its earliness and erudition. In poetry, he was the first to apply themselves to the alternation of masculine and feminine rhymes. His books, including The Annals of Aquitaine, experienced a strong and lasting success of his time. The triumph of love lady is to follow the difficult path of teaching virtue and morality as it were conveyed and taught by the church, and this both in everyday life (how to bring up children, eat well, take her home, be a good wife ...) than a more general way, avoiding the sin of pride, greed or anger. The book provides a valuable insight into the daily lives of couples in the Renaissance and how to design health, boards and beauty, and ordered a breviary of amorous behavior in accordance with the doctrine of the church. The book alternates speech in prose and poetry. ""These victories are a mystical book, in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2012-03-01 14:57:35
D. IOANNEM OLDENDORPIUM (OLDENDORPJohann)
un volume, reliure époque allemande plein veau brun in-octavo (Small quarto (8 3/8 x 5 1/4 inches; 211 x 134 mm.), dos à nerfs (spine with raised bands) décoré à froid (blind-stamping decoration) coiffes manquantes, plats décorés à froid (cover blind-stamping) avec deux portraits centraux en médaillon dans un encadrement lui même aux médaillons, même chose pour le deuxième plat excepté toute la partie centrale ou il n'y a pas de médaillons mais un décor de 8 animaux mythiques "Dragons etc.", 2 fermoirs en bronze finement travaillés, la partie venant du 2ème plat servant à fermer le livre est manquante (coupée au ras), coins légèrement écornés, toutes tranches lisses (edges smoothes), illustré seulement de lettrines (dropped initial) gravées sur Bois (engraving-wood), petite tache brune en marge sur un centimètre carré sur les 90 premières pages, n'atteignant à aucun moment le texte, 669 pages+ l'index, 1541 sans lieu (cologne) Marpurgi Excusum in officina Christiani Egenolphi, livre de droit allemand, trés rare. état : "dans son jus" (satisfactory condition with however the defects related to the use and on seniority of the book). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard [nantes, France]
2011-10-17 13:07:07
Spangenberg, Johannes
Wittenberg, Rhau 1541. 20 cm. (40) Seiten mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre von Lucas Cranach d. Ä.; Festeinband, Pappband um 1900 mit Kleisterpapier bezogen - VD16 S 8080 - Knaake III, 990 - Pegg 3703 - Luther, Titeleinf. 31 - Erstausgabe. Kampfschrift gegen das Papsttum, gewidmet Michael Meienburg, Syndikus und später Bürgermeister von Nordhausen. Die am 5. Sonntag nach Epiphanias gehaltene Predigt beantwortet zwei Fragen: "Ob der Bapst mit seiner falschen Lere und Verfürung jnn der Christlichen Kirchen zu dulden sey?" und "Ob man die Menschen zum Glauben zwingen möge?" Die Titelbordüre zeigt im unteren Teil Simson im Kampf mit dem Löwen. Sie war von Dodgson (II, 343, 13) Lucas Cranach d. J. zugewiesen, von Zimmermann (Bibelillustr. S. 85) jedoch wieder Lucas Cranach d. Ä. zugeordnet worden. Stellenweise leicht gebräunt -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2010-06-27 20:12:58
König, Kilian
Leipzig, Wolrab 1541. (3), 160, (29) Blatt mit Holzschnitt-Titeleinfassung von Lucas Cranach d. Ä., 1 ganzseitigen Wappenholzschnitt auf Titelrückseite, 1 ganzseitigen Holzschnitt, 1 doppelblattgroßen Ausfaltblatt und Druckermarke am Schluß. Blindgepr. Schweinsleder-Band der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Messingschließen - VD16 K 1846 - Schottenl. Bibl. 33392 b - Hollstein, German VI, 166, 26 - Dodgson II, 352, 6 - Gegenüber der Erstausgabe erweitert um den Anhang von Boxdorff: "Von dem Baume der angebornen Mageschafft". Diesem ist ein doppelseitiges Ausfaltblatt beigegeben mit "Unterricht, wie man der jenigen verlassen Güter und Erbe, so one Testament sterben, iren Nehestgesipten teilen sol". König hatte dieses ausführliche Werk "auff beger und ansuchen eines Erbarn Raths zu Zwickau" (Vorrede) verfaßt. "... man darf vermuten, daß es längst handschriftlich verbreitet war, als es endlich nach des Verfassers Tode gedruckt wurde. Er hatte bei seinen Lebzeiten des größte Ansehen genossen, und sein Werk übte einen so entscheidenden Einfluß aus, daß er als 'Führer der sächsischen Praxis' bezeichnet zu werden pflegt" (Stintzing-Landsberg I, 561). Die Titeleinfassung zeigt den knieenden König David in der Landschaft, Gnadenstuhl und Engel. Im ganzen gut erhaltenes Exemplar mit Griffregistern; Einband mit Schabspuren, erste 8 Blatt Feuchtigkeitsrand am Schnitt, Name auf Vorsatz, Titel rechte untere Ecke 3 x 3,5 cm im weißen Rand ergänzt; Blatt 17-21 und Ausfaltblatt Einrisse unterlegt; Blatt 20 Vorderseite Zeile 1-17 und Rückseite Zeile 1-7 teilweise in Faksimile; entnommener … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2010-04-07 14:15:57
JOSEPHUS FLAVIUS
IN VENEGGIA: PER VETTOR, PIETRO RAVANO., 1541. IN VENEGGIA: PER VETTOR, PIETRO RAVANO.,. ('500 VOLGARE-RARO). (cm 15,8) Piena pergamena originale, tit. al dorso, cc. 324. Bella marca tipografica con la sirena a due code all'inizio e in fine. Elegante carattere corsivo. Edizione la piu' corretta e ricercata di questa celebre opera ricopiata dall'ediz. del 1531 e 1535, come riferisce il Paitoni. E' molto rara, manca all'Adams, Gamba e Poggiali. Secondo Argelati: "Questa edizione e' bella". Antica firma di appartenenza al frontis e qualche impercettibile macchiolina ma ottimo esemplare marginoso e genuino. Argelati II 137; Paitoni II 98; BM. STC. 361; Graesse III 483.[f50] . buono. Rilegato. 1541.
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
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2009-03-12 07:19:23
THEOPHRASTUS ERES (TEOFRASTO)
Basileae: (IN FINE): J. OPORINUS 1541(1541). .REGIS GRATIA AC PRIVILEGIO AD SEPTENNIUM. Basileae, (in fine): J. Oporinus 1541.[Prima edizione-Greco] (cm.30) curioso cartonato originale con frammenti di pergamena manoscritta, doppi nervi esterni. -- cc. 6 nn., pp. 291 + 1 pag. bianca. Fregi e capilettera in xilografia. La prefazione di Heronymus Gemusaeus, è in latino, tutto il testo è in greco a piena pagina e molto elegante. Prima edizione rarissima del sec. XVI della celebre opera scientifica, botanica e medica, preceduta solo dall' edizione Aldina del 1498. Il nostro esemplare non porta al frontis il nome del Camerario e la sua prefazione, ma è una variante rara con la prefazione del Gemuseo. Manca a CHOIX, DURLING e WALLER mentre ADAMS e WELLCOME hanno solo l' edizione col Camerario. Qualche lievissima ombreggiatura a poche carte in fine altrimenti esemplare molto bello nitido e marginoso. Nella sua interessante legatura originale che sia all' interno che all' esterno dei piatti conserva frammenti cartacei e membranacei manoscritti del XIV e XV secolo. L' opera, verosimilmente doveva essere ricoperta in pergamena che attualmente manca. PRITZEL 9190; BM. STC. GERMAN 856; GRAESSE VII 124; FEDERICI " SCRITTORI GRECI " p. 163 illustra le due varianti.[f30]. Libro. Book Condition: buono. Binding: Rilegato
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2009-02-18 21:19:32
RAVISIUS IOANNES.
apud heredes Lucantonii Iuntae,, Venetiis, 1541. Cc. (8) 295 (1); 311 (1). Unito a: RAVISIUS IOANNES. Cornucopiae quo continentur loca diversis rebus per orbem abundantia, secundum literarum ordinem quam antea reposita. Stessi dati tip. Cc. 75 (1). Tre parti in un volume di cm. 16. Marchio tip. giuntino ai 3 frontespizi ripetuti al colophon. Leg. coeva in piena perg. con titoli ms. al dorso. Abile integrazione di perg. (pochi mm.) alla parte alta del dorso. Esemplare ben conservato. Jean Tixier detto "Ravisio" (1480 ca.-1524), celebre umanista francese, fu autore di numerose opere inerenti l'antichità classica. L'Officina, molto in voga in tutto il Cinquecento, raccoglie per luoghi comuni la dottrina dei principali autori del pensiero greco e romano. Edizione rara. Cfr, Iccu; non in Adams.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2008-11-26 14:39:17
Fries, Laurent (reduction of Waldseemuller's 1513 map of the Holy Land)
Vienne (France) : G. Treschel, 1541. VG, B&W woodcut of this Fries reduction of the earlier Waldseemuller map. Striking image, showing ancient Palestine divided into the regions for the 12 tribes. Many of the waterways are not configured as we know them from modern maps (i.e. the Dead S ea shows as an elongated lake, etc.). According to Laor's "Maps of the Holy Land" this map was modelled on Vesconte-Sanuto's map of Palestine. This map has no verso text, contrary to earlier editions (first issued in Strassburg in 1522). A few central wormholes have been expertly repaired and are nearly invisible; the image is intact and measures 22x41cm..
Bookseller: The Prime Meridian: Antique Maps & Books [Crozet, VA, U.S.A.]
2008-03-18 18:14:10
[Apianus, Petrus]:
Venice: Jo. Antonium de Nicolinus de Sabio, 1541.. 24 leaves. Woodcut vignette of an astrolabe encompassing the globe on the titlepage; Melchior's device of a cat holding a mouse on verso of final leaf. Several woodcuts throughout text. Small octavo. Later vellum. Covers bowed. Light old stain at foredge of first four leaves. Very good. In a half morocco and cloth box. An abridgement of Apianus' 1524 COSMOGRAPHICUS LIBER, first published in this version in 1533. The COSMOGRAPHICUS LIBER remains a foundation work of cosmography, being notable for "the division of the earth into climatic zones, the uses of parallels and meridians, the determination of latitude, several methods for determining longitude including that of lunar distance, the use of trigonometry to determine distances, several types of map projections, and many other topics" (Karrow). Apianus owes much of his early work to the eminent Martin Waldseemuller, often making only minor changes to his maps and then publishing them as his own. With the publication of the present work, Apianus separates himself from his past near-plagiarism and becomes a cartographic force in his own right. This edition omits the chapters on America and is therefore not included in EUROPEAN AMERICANA, though it is recorded by Harrisse and Sabin. There is, however, a mention of America on leaf C6. OCLC locates only six copies. Rare. KARROW, p.53. SABIN 1746. HARRISSE (BAV) 236. BELL A272. JCB (3)I:129. OCLC 18730682, 54283456. JCB GERMAN AMERICANA 541/1.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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