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2017-10-16 12:45:25
Al-Razi, Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Zakariyya (Rhazes) / Arcolano, Giovanni (ed.).
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-10-16 12:23:03
ARISTOTELE.
Ex officina Michaëlis Vascosani, 1542. 2 opere in un vol. in-8° (225x165mm), pp. (12), 320; ff. 55, (1) [la prima opera è numerata per pagine, la seconda per fogli]. Legatura settecentesca p. pergamena rigida con titolo in oro su tassello in pelle rossa al dorso. Lievi fioriture. Timbro di estinta biblioteca. Annotazione di mano cinquecentesca al primo frontespizio relativa alla seconda opera, ad essa complementare. Annotazione ottocentesca al contropiatto posteriore. Ottimo esemplare. Edizione originale della versione latina del d'Estrebay, così come della seconda opera, di grande rarità riunite assieme. Il primo volume è una rara cinquecentina parigina della versione latina della "Politica" aristotelica dovuta al filologo classico e professore di retorica Jacques Louis d'Estrebay, o de Strébée (Estrebay, Reims, 1481-1550 ca), il secondo ricapitola invece i dissidi tra lo stesso d'Estrebay e Joachim Périon (frate benedettino francese e filologo, nato a Cormery nel 1499 e morto nel 1559) in merito all'interpretazione del testo di Aristotele. STC French Books, p. 29. Manca all'Adams e al Cranz / Schmitt, Index Aureliensis.
Bookseller: Benacense [IT]
2017-10-16 11:49:11
Galenus, (Claudius) (Galen)
Bookseller: Thorn Books [U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:37:28
DANIELL, Thomas (1749-1840) and William DANIELL (1769-1837)
London: published byThomas Daniell. Hand-coloured aquatint on heavy wove paper. Image size: 17 5/8 x 23 1/2 inches; Sheet size: 21 29 1/8 inches. Mis-identified by the Daniell's, this fine Mughal monument was the Chausath Khamba built by Mirza Aziz Koka (c. 1542-1624) for himself in 1623-24. This mausoleum was misidentified by the Daniells as the tomb of the celebrated Delhi poet Amir Khusrau, which lies nearby in the shrine complex of Nizamuddin. It is in fact the tomb of Mirza 'Aziz Koka, foster brother of the Emperor Akbar, (Koka means foster brother), who died in 1624. It is one of the earliest of a new type of Mughal tomb, the flat-roofed hypostyle hall, here encased in white marble, with white marble jalis or pierced screens around the sides. It is known as the Chaunsath Kambha or '64 pillars': it consists of 6 by 6 bays, with pillars doubled round the periphery, and quadrupled at the corners. The Daniells' Oriental Scenery is considered to be the finest illustrated works on India. Thomas Daniell and his nephew William spent nine years in India making studies, sketches and drawings of the scenery, architecture, and antiquities that graced the countryside. They then devoted a further thirteen years to publishing their remarkably accurate aquatints. In Britain, the impact was explosive. A cult of Indian architecture, landscaping and interior decoration arose, with the Royal Pavilion at Brighton as its centerpiece. The Daniells gave the English public their first accurate look at the exotic sub-continent. Their great achievement still lies in their ability to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 11:31:16
SPAAN, Gerrit van.
Buisman 2147; De Vries 242; Landwehr, VOC 1542 note & 1543 note (parts 3-4); Mendelssohn II, pp. 413-14; Muller 504; Scheepers I, 432 (this copy); STCN (4 copies); Tiele, Bibl. 1015; not in: Ford, Isle of Pines. Second edition, by the printer-publisher of the 1704 first edition, of a rare coarse satire whose title can be translated as, "The comical and entertaining life of Louwtje Zevenhuizen, or the family fencing school." The two volumes of the "fencing school" are followed by the African and Asiatic guide, which Spaan had published separately in 1694 and 1695. The former includes a chapter on the fictitious Isle of Pines.The first two parts, volumes one and two of the "fencing school" satirize the rough morals, customs and traditions of Dutch country people, with lively, convincingly realistic and sometimes coarse descriptions. The Afrikaanse weg-wijzer says it is for the benefit of those who can't earn a living in their native country. Chapter VII describes the fictitious Isle of Pines, where Joris Pines was supposedly shipwrecked in 1589 and lived a life of luxury and pleasure with his four wives and 1789 children and grandchildren. The last part describes a voyage to and in the East Indies and the unknown Australia, with information on Java, Ceylon, Formosa, Ambon, Ternate, Celebes and Borneo.With the bookplates of J. W. Six and Jan Steenks. In very good condition. The binding shows some chips and cracks, mainly in the spine, but is structurally sound.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 11:12:26
Ryff, Walther Hermann [editor] ; [Ramon Llull; Saint Albertus Magnus [attributed to]
Bookseller: Lux Mentis, Booksellers, ABAA/ILAB [Portland, ME, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:12:26
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2017-10-16 11:11:53
NENNA GIOVANBATTISTA.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-12 12:16:40
Aristoteles
Lugduni, Apud Iacobum Giunctam 1542 - Zwei Werke gebunden in einem Band in kl. 8vo; 285 nummerierte Blätter + 3 nicht nummerierte Blätter; 91 nummerierte Blätter; Pergament der Zeit, etwas fleckig, handschriftlicher Rückentitel erneuert, Name auf fliegendem Vorsatz und Titelblatt, wenig gebräunt oder stockfleckig, sonst sauber und frisch, ein gutes Exemplar. Zweiter Druck der Lyoner Ausgabe beider Werke, gedruckt von Theobaldi Pagani. Die drei wichtigen Schriften Ethik, Politik und Ökonomik der Morallehre des Aristoteles wurden von Leonardo Aretino übersetzt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Stecher [Germany]
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2017-10-12 12:16:28
Aristoteles
Lugduni, Apud Iacobum Giunctam 1542 - Zwei Werke gebunden in einem Band in kl. 8vo; 285 nummerierte Blätter + 3 nicht nummerierte Blätter; 91 nummerierte Blätter; Pergament der Zeit, etwas fleckig, handschriftlicher Rückentitel erneuert, Name auf fliegendem Vorsatz und Titelblatt, wenig gebräunt oder stockfleckig, sonst sauber und frisch, ein gutes Exemplar. Zweiter Druck der Lyoner Ausgabe beider Werke, gedruckt von Theobaldi Pagani. Die drei wichtigen Schriften Ethik, Politik und Ökonomik der Morallehre des Aristoteles wurden von Leonardo Aretino übersetzt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Stecher [Germany]
2017-10-07 14:53:02
TITELMANS Franciscus
Simon De Colines, 1542. Woodcut printer's device on title, wooduct initials. Modern vellum. Heavily annotated with contemporary notes inside the text and in the margins in the first four leaves. Some toning, though still a fine copy. The Compendium, first published in Paris in 1539, is a significant work in several ways. For one thing, it illustrates the tendency to "abbreviate, simplify and popularize . . . Titlemans introduces the characteristically modern argument of saving time in education." For students, especially brothers of his Order, whose time was so taken up by their religious duties that only a minimum was available for the study of philosophy, Titelmans first created a course on logic and natural philosophy "reduced to orderly and compendious brevity." The result "was that many importuned him to publish his lectures. Thus Titelmans created a brief and succinct compendium on Aristotelian dialect, reducing Aristotle's system to a short and precise summary. It is divided into six parts, following Aristotle's Organon. The author defines and comments the main principles of Logic: concepts, categories, enunciation, type (form) of arguments describing the four types of syllogism, topics and the sophistic refutation. The Compendium was quite popular as a textbook in numerous university courses after its publication. Titelmans (1502-1537) studied theology, possibly at the Studium Theologicum of the friars Minor while teaching at the arts faculty in the Paedagogium Porci (Luovain, Belgium). He joined the Franciscan Order in 1523, and engaged in a major controversy with … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg [US]
2017-10-07 14:49:22
ESTIENNE, Charles)
Parisiis, apud Fransicum Stephanum [Simon de Colines pour François 1er Estienne]. 1542, 1542, in-8, 42-[6] pages, cartonnage moderne à la bradel, pièce de titre rouge en long, Réimpression de ce traité sur les arbustes, bosquets et plantes aquatiques de France et d'Italie destiné aux paysagistes et aux jardiniers, paru à l'origine chez François 1er Estienne en 1538. Il comprend, au titre, la marque typographique du libraire, représentant un cep de vigne dans un vase à trois pieds (Renouard, Marques typographiques, n° 300) : François Estienne, fils de Henri, frère de Robert Ier et de Charles. Il fut l'un des Estienne les moins prolifiques : on ne lui reconnait que l'activité de libraire, et non d'imprimeur et typographe. Il eut notamment recours, pour l'impression de ses ouvrages, aux presses de son beau-frère de Simon de Colines. La présente réimpression ne porte pas le nom de Colines, mais doit lui être attribuée, à l'instar des autres ouvrages de botanique et d'agriculture rédigés par son petit frère, Charles. Charles Estienne fut, des fils du célèbre Henri, le seul à ne pas s'être engagé dans la profession de libraire-typographe à l'origine. Il étudia la médecine à la Faculté de Paris ; devenu docteur, il fut choisi par Lazare de Baïf pour être le précepteur de son fils à la renommée future de poète, Jean-Antoine. Il suivit, en conséquence, les de Baïf au cours des ambassades menées par le père en Italie et en Allemagne et rencontra plusieurs savants étrangers, dont Paul Manuce. Ses études médicales le menèrent à s'intéresser à plusieurs aspects pratiques des sciences, c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [FR]
2017-10-06 00:41:21
Aristotelis Aristotele - Zimara, Marco Antonio - Averroes -
Lugduni : apud Iacob. Giunctam, 1542 (Lugduni : apud Theobaldum Paganum, 1542). [Aristotele] (Cm. 16.1)Senza coperta, ma con legatura originale, tracce di lacci. Sono 3 opere in un tomo, contiene: Aristotelis Stagyritae Libri quatuor de coelo et mundo, subnexis eius duobus illis de generatione & corrup. cum singulorum epitomis, hactenus non impressis, ac Auerro. fidiss. interprete: necnon eiusdem opusculum de substantia orbis, in calce operis appositum, cum apostillis. M. Ant. Z(imara) quibus nil inesse uitij deprehendes. - cc.324 segnate A - QQ8 e RR4 - SS8. Alcuni fogli ancora chiusi, qualche errore di numerazione. Vari capilettera decorati n.t.e varie xilografie. Edizione con i commentari di Zimara e Averroe, filosofo, medico e giurista arabo spagnolo, cultore dell'astronomia. Di illustre famiglia, fu giudice prima a Siviglia poi a Cordova. Si recò più volte in Marocco come medico e giudice. Comprende anche i due libri con il "De generatione et corruptione". Purtoppo manca a questa parte tutto il registro A (8 carte compreso il frontis). un piccolo strappetto al margine bianco di c.15 che tocca leggermente le note guida a margine del testo. [Segue]Aristotelis Stagyritae Libri tres De anima: cum singulorum epitomis hactenus non impressis: ejusdemque Parua naturalia, cum Auer. Corduben. fidis. interprete, ac apostillis. M. Anto. Zimarae philosophi consummatiss. Quae omnia sic expurgata & exculta comperies, ut quamque abesse labem contendas. Lugd. : apud Iacobum Giunctam, 1542 (Lugdunique : per solertem virum Theobaldum Paganum impressus, 1542) Marca tipografica al frontis: … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libri Antichi e Rari Francesco&Claudia [IT]
2017-09-26 15:26:23
BIBLE
- Apud Franciscum Regnault, Parisiis (Paris) 1542, fort in-16 (7,5x11,5cm), 209ff. 128ff. 133-165ff. (15f.), relié. - Nuova edizione dopo la prima pubblicazione nel 1531, a Yolande Bonhomme, ma questo non è stato illustrato. Bound in pieno periodo freddo vitello marrone. Torna nervi muti. Binding aver giocato, la parte formata dalle foglie formano una escrescenza arrotondata superiore piatti vincolante. molto rosolato frontespizio. Calcio d'angolo destro mancano i primi 3 strati in disparte, senza influenzare il testo ma dopo aver vinto una partita di coaching rinascimentale del frontespizio. Ultima distacco foglia. Indice Slips rosolato, altrimenti tutti piuttosto fresco., con alcune pagine che portano alcune piccole macchie marroni. Mancanza prima che i Apocalypse 4 fogli Epistola Beati Apostoli Ioanni Secunda. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition miniature de la Vulgate latine, après la première semblant avoir paru en 1531, chez Yolande Bonhomme, mais qui n'était pas illustrée. On situe également une édition en 1538 chez Simon de Colines, sans illustration. Page de titre dans un encadrement gravé Renaissance. Une page de titre spécifique pour les Epitres : Pauli aposto - l'epistolae. L'ouvrage est illustré de 30 figures sur bois dont voici le détail : 4 figures pour les Evangiles (saint avec son attribut dans des scènes médiévales ou Renaissances) et de nombreuses lettrines historiées reprenant la narration de la Passion. Un frontispice pour les Actes apostoliques (répété pour Epistola Petri apostoli prima). Un frontispice pour les Epitres (Saint Jacques en prédic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2017-09-26 10:30:57
BIBLE.
Bookseller: Librairie ancienne Georges de Lucenay [France, Charolles]
2017-09-25 13:38:01
CHARLE II DUC DE LORRAINE
CHARLE II, DUC DE LORRAINE (1542 - 1608), il fut un des chefs de la ligue Lettre signée au cardinal Montelpero. Amiens 12 août 1592 ; 1 page in-8. 2 cachets de cire rouge au dos. Lettre en italien avec compliment autographe au cardinal Montelpero. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Manuscripta [LYON, France]
2017-09-22 21:13:56
SNOY, REINIER
Lyon, Johannes and Franciscus Frellon, 1542. 491 (4) p. Later half Leather with 4 raised bands, 8° (The top spine-end lacks a piece of leather. Rare Lyonese edition of this famous paraphrase of the Psalms by the Dutch Humanist Reinier Snoy ca. 1477-1537, also called Reynerus Snoygoudanus. This paraphrase which was based on the translations of Saint Jerome was finished in 1533 and became very popular going through numerous editions.) Graaf, B. de (1968). Bibliographies of Dutch humanists Volume 2, nr. 13.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo (NVvA, ILAB) [Netherlands]
2017-09-20 06:42:53
HUGO DE PRATO FLORIDO
1542 - Parisis, apud Ioannem Roigny sub quatuor Elementis, 1542. In 8vo (cm. 16); solida legatura in pergamena (Sei/Settecento) con unghie, tagli verdini; carte 16 nn. + carte CCCLX. Frontespizio in rosso e nero racchiuso in elegante cornice xilografica. Tracce di tarlo all'interno del piatto anteriore, ma bella copia. Ex libris araldico. Axs [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRERIA PAOLO BONGIORNO
2017-09-16 00:38:23
HUGO DE PRATO FLORIDO
Parisis, apud Ioannem Roigny sub quatuor Elementis, 1542. In 8vo (cm. 16); solida legatura in pergamena (Sei/Settecento) con unghie, tagli verdini; carte 16 nn. + carte CCCLX. Frontespizio in rosso e nero racchiuso in elegante cornice xilografica. Tracce di tarlo all'interno del piatto anteriore, ma bella copia. Ex libris araldico. Axs
Bookseller: Libreria Bongiorno Paolo [IT]
2017-09-14 11:40:54
Augustine Steuco
Basel: Nicolaum Bryling. Et Sebastianum Francken. Fair with no dust jacket. 1542. Leather. This book is a large octavo measuring over 8 ½” by 6”, bound in what appears to be the original full Renaissance leather binding, with bright gilt designs; it is handsomely printed in an Aldine italic, beautifully hand-ruled. It is quite rare to the trade; we could find no other copies listed for sale, amongst over 40 million books listed. Only three copies are recorded as coming up for sale at auction in the last 60 years. As stated above, this book is a large octavo hardcover, measuring over 8 ½” by 6”, over 2” thick, and bound in what appears to be the original leather binding, with handsome and still bright gilt designs. It is in fair-good antiquarian condition, complete, even with endpapers, pages show some age-toning, a few pages with more age spotting not affecting legibility, all text pages have been handsomely hand-ruled, page edges in gilt; a title is also embossed on the page edge, reflecting how early medieval and Renaissance books were once shelved in old libraries, with the spine in. The leather boards mostly smooth with some edge chipping, spine leather is substantially chipped and two thirds of the outer leather is perished , the lower two thirds still has an under leather spine with the same ruled design as at top so the spine is still completely in leather; hinges are starting but holding well, book block solid. Bottom edge has some rough spots, as if the book sat in an unfriendly spot for a short while. Type in an Aldine-looking italic, with some passa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Greekdrama Books [Canada]
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2017-09-11 14:55:47
HOURS OF THE VIRGIN - DOMINICAN ORDER. - PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED WITH METAL CUTS.
- (Paris, Yolande Bonhomme, Veuve Thielman Kerver, 1542). 8vo. (16,7 x 10,5 cm.). Later full calf (late 18th century). Rubbed. Incomplete. With 156 (= 312 pp.) unnumbered leaves (of 192). Collation: A8 lacks, B-D8, E5 (lacks IV-VI), F7 (lacks III), G-R8, lacks S, T-X8, A8,(lacks B8, C8). Gothic letters, Latin text, printed in red and black and throughout within broad border, historical and ornamental. profusely illustrated with metal cuts throughout, comprising 41 full-page cuts, each with broad borders and text in French underneath and several smaller cuts. Two leaves with a small hole and a few leaves a bit shaved. The Horae of the Dominican order are of great rarity. The small cut of St. Dominic on verso of RIII is by Geofroy Tory. The cuts in this type of book og Hours are importent sources for the study not only of early engraving, but for costume, social customs, agriculture and also the vernacular language, since the captions are often in French, here underneath the cut.Lacombe, 423. - Bohatta, 1345.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-LILA [Denmark]
2017-09-07 18:20:02
Martín de Azpilcueta
ex officina Iohannis Alvari et Iohannis Barrerii, 1542 - Folio, plein vélin du temps, dos lisse avec titre manuscrit à l'encre. Texte en caractères gothiques, lettrines ornées, 396 pp + index. Plats fripées, intérieur frais. Photos sur demande.
Bookseller: Librairie au point du jour [Switzerland]
2017-09-03 19:48:41
Bruni, Antonio Bartolomeo
Paris : Sieber fils, PN 1542, [ca. 1820?]. - 56 S. Gr. 4to. Gestochen. Rücken mit Leimresten, leicht fransig. Titelauflage der Erstausgabe. RISM B/BB 4817.Versand D: 4,00 EUR illustration, Kammermusik, illustration, Kammermusik Kammermusik
Bookseller: Musikantiquariat Paul van Kuik
2017-08-30 19:58:50
Giovanni Boccaccio, autore; Giuseppe Betussi da Bassano, tradotti ed adornati da
VENEZIA: Al Segno del Pozzo, Per Comito da Trino di Monferrato - Vinegia, 1542. Rilegato. DISCRETO. 14,6 21. USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele
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2017-08-30 03:41:49
JOHANN FRIEDRICH (I.) v. SACHSEN u. PHILIPP v. HESSEN.
- Ohne Ort u. Dr., 1542. 4to. 28 Bl. (das letzte weiß). Moderner Umschlag. Der katholische Herzog Heinrich von Braunschweig(-Wolfenbüttel) hoffte, die konfessionellen Auseinandersetzungen in territoriale Zugewinne umzumünzen. Sein besonderes Interesse galt den beiden Städten Goslar und Braunschweig, die sich 1528 der Reformation und 1530 dem Schmalkaldischen Bund angeschlossen hatten. 1540 wurde die Reichsacht über sie verhängt. Heinrich fühlte sich nun berechtigt, gegen sie vorzugehen. Trotz wiederholter Schutzerklärungen von Seiten Sachsens und Hessens begann er noch im selben Jahr mit der Belagerung und löste damit den Krieg aus, der zu seiner eigenen Niederlage und Vertreibung führte. - Einer von sechs Drucken desselben Jahres. - Hohenemser 1994; Kuczynski 1132; VD 16 S 1084. - Durchgehend wasserrandig, Titel u. letztes Bl. stärker angestaubt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip
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2017-08-30 01:29:08
Enea VICO (Parma 1523 - Ferrara 1567)
1542. "Bulino, 1542 circa, firmato e datato in lastra in basso a sinistra 'ENEAS/VICCO/FACIEBA/T/1542'. Unico stato conosciuto, con l'excudit di Tommaso Barlacchi, in basso sulla destra: 'TOM. BARL. EXC.' Da un soggetto di Rosso Fiorentino. L'incisione è basata su un dipinto di Rosso Fiorentino che decorava la Galleria di Francesco I a Fontainebleau, e rappresenta il rame più celebre dato in luce da Tommaso Barlacchi. La scena raffigurata al centro una donna che viene rapita da un uomo e da un satiro durante lo svolgimento di un banchetto. Sulla destra, un uomo con la spada sguainata si precipita in soccorso della donna, mentre un altro afferra la spalla dell'assalitore, brandendo con la destra un pugnale; a sinistra, un uomo tiene le redini di un cavallo cavalcato da un uomo che partecipa al rapimento. L'interpretazione del soggetto non è unanime: Bartsch identifica la scena con la Battaglia tra Lapiti e Centauri, narrata nell'Odissea (XXI, 295 segg.) e poi, posteriormente da Pindaro (fr. 166 Schr.), secondo i quali la lotta scoppia quando i Centauri, invitati alle nozze di Piritoo e Ippodamia, nell'ubbriachezza tentarono di rapire Ippodamia e altre donne dei Lapiti. L'interpretazione, però, non è convincente per l'assenza dei Centauri nella scena. Vasari, invece, identifica la scena come il rapimento di Elena. L'interpretazione viene ripresa da Alfredo Petrucci, che smentisce Bartsch e riconosce nel bulino il Primo Rapimento di Elena, ordito da Teseo. Una copia di quest'opera di Enea Vico fu incisa da Benedetto Stefani e pubblicata da Luca Bertelli. Splendido esemplare, i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-08-26 23:53:53
Swanenburg(h), Willem van (1581/2-1612)
Portrait in an oval of Jan van Hout (1542-1609), secretary of the city of Leiden. Latin inscriptions on the frame of the oval and underneath. On the top: 'WSwanenb. sculp. Anno 1608.'; on the oval: 'IANVS HAVTENVS REIPVBL. LVGDVNO-BATAVÆ A SECRETIS NATVS ANNO M D XLII. DIE XIV DECEMBRIS.'; on the bottom: 'Inclijta Lugdanum, manibus seruata tuorum, / Cum tua tecta fames, cum tua pressit Iber; / Aspice cui bonas media vel pace trophæum, / Aspice quem ciuem non pudet esse tuum. / Scribendo manus illa tibi plus profuit olim, / Quam quæ pro patrijs concidet vsta focis. / DH.' where DH stands for Daniel Heinsius, who wrote the poem. Hollstein nr. 39, p. 32, state I/1. Copper engraving on paper; no margins; total: 180 x 121 mm; only state; Hollstein 39
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-08-22 18:20:47
Vico, Enea (1523-1567):
Rom, bei T. Barlacchi, 1542. Format (Platte): 29,2 x 41,9 cm, mit kleinem umlaufenden Rändchen um die Plattenkante.*Thieme-B. XXXIV, 328; Nagler XXII, 519, 30; Bartsch XV, 166, 30. - Erster Druck. - Die Radierung geht zurück auf ein Fresko desselben Sujets, das Rosso Fiorentino für die Galerie François I. in Fontainebleau ausführte. Bartsch identifizierte die dargestellte Szene als den Kampf zwischen den Lapithen und den Kentauren. [In der Mythologie des antiken Griechenland war Hippodameia (Lapithin) die Tochter des Butes und Gemahlin des Lapithenkönigs Peirithoos, bei deren Hochzeit es zum Kampf zwischen Kentauren und Lapithen kam]. Obgleich die Szene ein durch einen Kampf unterbrochenes Bankett zeigt, so sind dennoch keine Kentauren dargestellt. Bei Vasari findet sich die Annahme, dass es sich um den Raub der Helena von Troja handelt. - Untere Ecken mit leichtem Feuchtigkeitsrändchen, sonst schön. Aus den Sammlungen August Riedinger, Augsburg (Lugt 167) und Georg Denzel. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun
2017-08-22 15:00:18
Swanenburg(h), Willem van (1581/2-1612)
- Portrait in an oval of Jan van Hout (1542-1609), secretary of the city of Leiden. Latin inscriptions on the frame of the oval and underneath. On the top: 'WSwanenb. sculp. Anno 1608.'; on the oval: 'IANVS HAVTENVS REIPVBL. LVGDVNO-BATAVÆ A SECRETIS NATVS ANNO M D XLII. DIE XIV DECEMBRIS.'; on the bottom: 'Inclijta Lugdanum, manibus seruata tuorum, / Cum tua tecta fames, cum tua pressit Iber; / Aspice cui bonas media vel pace trophæum, / Aspice quem ciuem non pudet esse tuum. / Scribendo manus illa tibi plus profuit olim, / Quam quæ pro patrijs concidet vsta focis. / DH.' where DH stands for Daniel Heinsius, who wrote the poem. Hollstein nr. 39, p. 32, state I/1. Copper engraving on paper; no margins; total: 180 x 121 mm; only state; Hollstein 39
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. van der Steur
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2017-08-21 09:22:45
Iustinus, Marcus Iunianus
per Bernardino de Bindoni, 1542. in 8°, 16 cm, rilegatura settecentesca in piena pergamena, titolo in oro su tassello al dorso, c. 160. Frontespizio decorato con ritratti in forma di medaglia, alcune belle iniziali animate e decorate. Timbretto privato di un 1 di diametro al frontespizio, qualche brunitura, qualità della carta, strappo tipografico a una carta lontano dal testo, leggero alone a 7 carte lontano dal testo. Complessivamente buon esemplare
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI-ILAB)
2017-08-21 08:45:18
Swanenburg(h), Willem van (1581/2-1612)
"Portrait in an oval of Jan van Hout (1542-1609), secretary of the city of Leiden. Latin inscriptions on the frame of the oval and underneath. On the top: 'WSwanenb. sculp. Anno 1608.'; on the oval: 'IANVS HAVTENVS REIPVBL. LVGDVNO-BATAVÆ A SECRETIS NATVS ANNO M D XLII. DIE XIV DECEMBRIS.'; on the bottom: 'Inclijta Lugdanum, manibus seruata tuorum, / Cum tua tecta fames, cum tua pressit Iber; / Aspice cui bonas media vel pace trophæum, / Aspice quem ciuem non pudet esse tuum. / Scribendo manus illa tibi plus profuit olim, / Quam quæ pro patrijs concidet vsta focis. / DH.' where DH stands for Daniel Heinsius, who wrote the poem. Hollstein nr. 39, p. 32, state I/1. "."Copper engraving on paper; no margins; total: 180 x 121 mm; only state; Hollstein 39 "
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2017-08-14 17:35:37
Vico, Enea (1523-1567):
Rom, bei T. Barlacchi, 1542 - Format (Platte): 29,2 x 41,9 cm, mit kleinem umlaufenden Rändchen um die Plattenkante. *Thieme-B. XXXIV, 328; Nagler XXII, 519, 30; Bartsch XV, 166, 30. - Erster Druck. - Die Radierung geht zurück auf ein Fresko desselben Sujets, das Rosso Fiorentino für die Galerie François I. in Fontainebleau ausführte. Bartsch identifizierte die dargestellte Szene als den Kampf zwischen den Lapithen und den Kentauren. [In der Mythologie des antiken Griechenland war Hippodameia (Lapithin) die Tochter des Butes und Gemahlin des Lapithenkönigs Peirithoos, bei deren Hochzeit es zum Kampf zwischen Kentauren und Lapithen kam]. Obgleich die Szene ein durch einen Kampf unterbrochenes Bankett zeigt, so sind dennoch keine Kentauren dargestellt. Bei Vasari findet sich die Annahme, dass es sich um den Raub der Helena von Troja handelt. - Untere Ecken mit leichtem Feuchtigkeitsrändchen, sonst schön. Aus den Sammlungen August Riedinger, Augsburg (Lugt 167) und Georg Denzel. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 800
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2017-08-14 12:33:08
ALAMANNI, Luigi
Venetiis, apud haeredes Lucae Antonij Iuntae, 1542. 2 voll. in 8° legati in uno, c.nn. 8, p. 432,b; p. 295(9, ultime due bianche). Bellissima impresa dei Giunti al verso della penultima carta. La prima edizione apparve a Lione (1532-3). Eccellente esemplare con ampi margini. Legatura coeva in pergamena con unghie e titoli calligrafici al dorso. Minima mancanza a un bordo inferiore. (Gamba, 15).
Bookseller: Studio Meroni Marisa [IT]
2017-08-14 12:29:35
EUSEBIUS PAMPHILIUS (Evêque de Césarée).
1542 1 plein vélin moderne, genre ancien. -Mouillures claires lég. sur qq. marges de la 1ère partie et sur une trentaine de ff. de la 4e partie. 4 parties en 1 vol. petit in-folio de (36)-214 pp.-1 f. blanc ; 287 pp. ; 211 pp.-1 p. bl. et 2 ff.n.ch.-169 ff.-(3) pp. ; Basilae, Henricus Petrus, 1542, Très bel exemplaire, grand de marges (y compris la page de titre).Le titre est dans un très bel encadrement gravé sur bois, attribuable à Hans Holbein le Jeune.Première édition collective en latin, des uvres d'Eusèbe de Césarée (ca 263 - 339), le plus important historien chrétien de l'antiquité. La première édition en grec n'a été publiée qu'en 1628.Adams E 1070 ; Graesse, Trésor de livres rares et précieux II-p. 525 ; Réro 1826456 ; Frank Hieronymus, Oberrheinische Buchillustration 2, n° 391 ; VD 16, Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachbereich ersch. Drucke des XVI. Jahrhundert, E 4260 ; Sondercatalog Griechischer Geist aus Basler Pressen GG 419."Encadrement de titre gravé sur bois non signé, attribuable à Hans Holbein (d'après Hieronymus). Cet encadrement a été utilisé par Adam Petri dans son édition du Nouveau Testament de 1522 ; la date de 1523 et la signature d'Adam Petri ont été gommées." (Réro).Cette édition contient :I. De evangelii praeparatione, Georgio Trapezuntio interprete ; II. De evangelii demonstratione, Donato Veronensi interprete ; III. De historia ecclesiastica, Ruffino interprete. Item Ruffini presbyteri Aquileiensis historiae ecclesiasticae quae Eusebius aliis post se commemoranda reliquit. Eusebii adversus haeresim Hieroclis ; IV. Chronicon Eusebii quod D. H … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-07-29 14:19:11
Iustinus, Marcus Iunianus
per Bernardino de Bindoni, In Vinegia 1542 - in 8°, 16 cm, rilegatura settecentesca in piena pergamena, titolo in oro su tassello al dorso, c. 160. Frontespizio decorato con ritratti in forma di medaglia, alcune belle iniziali animate e decorate. Timbretto privato di un 1 di diametro al frontespizio, qualche brunitura, qualità della carta, strappo tipografico a una carta lontano dal testo, leggero alone a 7 carte lontano dal testo. Complessivamente buon esemplare [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI - ILAB)
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2017-07-26 20:46:14
[Frankfurt/Main, Cyriacus Jacob] 1542. - VD 16; Schottenloher 3, 31874. Selten. Kl.-8°. 8 Bll., späterer roter Samtband, Einbd. abgegriffen u. stark lichtrandig, innen wasserrandig, Fußschnitt knapp beschnitten, 1 Bl. mit Verlust einer Textzeile.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker
2017-07-05 19:05:46
Wilhelmi, Thomas [Bearb.], Wilhelm H. [Hrsg.] Neuser und Robert [Hrsg.] Seebaß Gottfried [Hrsg.] Stupperich
728 S. Pp. Die Werke Bucers zur Reformation des Erzbistums Köln, die er in den Jahren 1542 bis 1545 im Auftrag des Kölner Erzbischofs Hermann von Wied vorbereitete und betrieb und deren schließliches Scheitern für die deutsche Reformationsgeschichte von weitreichender Bedeutung sind, werden in drei Bänden dokumentiert und ediert, von denen dieser der letzte ist. Er enthält die Edition der Beständigen Verantwortung. Dieses im Frühjahr 1545 in Bonn publizierte Werk ist das umfangreichste in deutscher Sprache abgefasste Werk Bucers, mit dem er im Namen des Kölner Erzbischofs erneut in aller Ausführlichkeit die Anwürfe des Kölner Domkapitels und insbesondere die Entgegnungen und Angriffe in Johannes Groppers Christlichen und Catholischen Gegenberichtung zurückwies. Dabei versuchte Bucer die Tradition der Kirchenväter für seine reformatorische Theologie ins Feld zu führen. 9783579043111
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2017-07-02 03:26:25
[FLORIS VAN HAARLEM].
Cf. BCNI 01998, 02056, 02135, 02329, 02870, 02871; Belg. Typ. 5805, 1159-1162; BMC STC Dutch, p. 76; Jaspers 289-292; Machiels F-155-158. Third (?) edition of a rare 16th-century Dutch devotional work written by Floris van Haarlem, Carthusian prior at Louvain and edited by the Antwerp priest Simon van Planen. With a dedicatory letter to Gheraert Heerman, rector and confessor of the Roman Catholic monasteries at Leiden, dated Louvain, 2 April 1542. The work itself is divided into four treatises, with an extensive index. The colophon at the end of the work is cut off, but the privilege at the end is granted to Heyndrick Peetersen and dated 17 January 1546. Because an edition of 1546 is unrecorded, it seems likely that this is the edition published in 1547. Other edition were published by Peetersen van Middelburg in 1542, 1544 and 1552, followed by two other editions in 1564. A Latin translation by Nicolaus Zegerus appeared in 1656 as Via vitae, libellus plane aureus,… Only a few copies of the several editions are known.With library stamp of "St. Hugh's, Parkminster" and manuscript owner's inscription entry of "Pieter Loontjens, filius Johannis" on flyleaf. First and last leave somewhat soiled, four leaves loose in the last quire, some occasional thumbing and colophon on last leave cut off and restored. Binding slightly soiled and spine chipped. Still a good copy.
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2017-06-29 16:51:01
ALBERT OF CASTILE. Albertus Castellus. Alberto da Castellano (d.1522)
Lugduni per probum virum Hector Penet 1542 - quarum breuis index post epistola[m]. S. Domino Domino nostro pape dicata[m] statim sese offert. Aptissimis figuris gestus & motus per sonarum ex officiorum decoro exprimentibus excultum. Quottationibus etiam marginalibus auctoritatum sacre pagine in eo existentium: quo libro: quoto quoq[ue] capite habeantur signatum. Opus sane laudabile atq[ue] divinum. 1542, Imprint details from colophon on I9r (folio [255]). Latin text, folio in eights, approximately 320 x 215 mm, 12½ x 8¾ inches, title page printed red and black with a wide pictorial frame depicting God, the Pope and the saints, the two divisional titles pages to the second and third parts are very similar in red and black but have an additional large rectangular engraving in the middle, different in each and below this the beginning of the text, 52 woodcuts in the text, the first at the top of the first page of text measures approx. 70 x 130 mm (2¾" x 5¼"), the rest about 50 x 75 mm (2" x 3"), a few blocks a little worn, most quite sharp, some repeats, decorated and historiated initials of varying sizes, text and music printed red and black throughout, leaves: [5], ii-ccliiii, [1], LACKING LEAVES XL & LXXXII, final blank leaf replaced at some time, collation: †4, a-x8 (-e7 & -l2), y6, z8, A-H8, I10 (-I10 - blank), bound in half black leather over black pebbled cloth, raised bands to spine, gilt rules and blind decoration in compartments, 2 gilt lettered red morocco labels, marbled edges, red and gilt marbled endpapers. Some slight staining to binding, upper hinge rubbed … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-06-27 07:56:15
[FLORIS VAN HAARLEM].
Cf. BCNI 01998, 02056, 02135, 02329, 02870, 02871; Belg. Typ. 5805, 1159-1162; BMC STC Dutch, p. 76; Jaspers 289-292; Machiels F-155-158. Third (?) edition of a rare 16th-century Dutch devotional work written by Floris van Haarlem, Carthusian prior at Louvain and edited by the Antwerp priest Simon van Planen. With a dedicatory letter to Gheraert Heerman, rector and confessor of the Roman Catholic monasteries at Leiden, dated Louvain, 2 April 1542. The work itself is divided into four treatises, with an extensive index. The colophon at the end of the work is cut off, but the privilege at the end is granted to Heyndrick Peetersen and dated 17 January 1546. Because an edition of 1546 is unrecorded, it seems likely that this is the edition published in 1547. Other edition were published by Peetersen van Middelburg in 1542, 1544 and 1552, followed by two other editions in 1564. A Latin translation by Nicolaus Zegerus appeared in 1656 as Via vitae, libellus plane aureus,... Only a few copies of the several editions are known.With library stamp of "St. Hugh's, Parkminster" and manuscript owner's inscription entry of "Pieter Loontjens, filius Johannis" on flyleaf. First and last leave somewhat soiled, four leaves loose in the last quire, some occasional thumbing and colophon on last leave cut off and restored. Binding slightly soiled and spine chipped. Still a good copy.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-24 22:48:05
ALBERT OF CASTILE. Albertus Castellus. Alberto da Castellano (d.1522):
Lugduni, per probum virum Hector Penet, 1542.. quarum breuis index post epistola[m]. S. Domino Domino nostro pape dicata[m] statim sese offert. Aptissimis figuris gestus & motus per sonarum ex officiorum decoro exprimentibus excultum. Quottationibus etiam marginalibus auctoritatum sacre pagine in eo existentium: quo libro: quoto quoq[ue] capite habeantur signatum. Opus sane laudabile atq[ue] divinum. 1542, Imprint details from colophon on I9r (folio [255]). Latin text, folio in eights, approximately 320 x 215 mm, 12½ x 8¾ inches, title page printed red and black with a wide pictorial frame depicting God, the Pope and the saints, the two divisional titles pages to the second and third parts are very similar in red and black but have an additional large rectangular engraving in the middle, different in each and below this the beginning of the text, 52 woodcuts in the text, the first at the top of the first page of text measures approx. 70 x 130 mm (2¾" x 5¼"), the rest about 50 x 75 mm (2" x 3"), a few blocks a little worn, most quite sharp, some repeats, decorated and historiated initials of varying sizes, text and music printed red and black throughout, leaves: [5], ii-ccliiii, [1], LACKING LEAVES XL & LXXXII, final blank leaf replaced at some time, collation: †4, a-x8 (-e7 & -l2), y6, z8, A-H8, I10 (-I10 - blank), bound in half black leather over black pebbled cloth, raised bands to spine, gilt rules and blind decoration in compartments, 2 gilt lettered red morocco labels, marbled edges, red and gilt marbled endpapers. Some slight staining to binding, upper hinge rubbed an … [Click Below for Full Description]
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