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        De la signification des notes Hieroglphyiques des Aegyptiens

      Jacques Keruer, 1543, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First French Edition. Size: Octavo (standard book size). Text body is clean and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. 19th century rebind, full gilt-stamped leather, all edges gilt, marbled end papers, unpaginated,illustrated with 197 woodcuts, text in French, two parts bound in one. Full title: "De la signification des notes Hieroglphyiques des Aegyptiens, cest a dire des figures par les quelles ilz escripuoient leurs mysteres secretz, & les choses sanctes & divines". Front board is detached, front free end paper is almost detached, rear hinge cracked, covers scratched and worn around edges, bookplate removed from front paste-down front fly leaf has an inked note about the book. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1 lb 8 oz. Category: Language & Linguistics; Art & Design. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 012866.

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        Oratoriarum institutionum Libri XII. opera ac studio Ioachimi Camerarii, Ioannis Sichardi, aliorumque doctissimorum . Virorum: partim ex meliorum codicum collatione restituti sibi, partim Annotationibus . illustrati. Quibus sparsim adiecimus Guihelmi Philandri Castilionei Castigationes: Praeterea quoque Declamationum Librum postremae huic aeditioni cum scholiis et argumentis addidimus, ut uno libro omnia Fabii opera essent comprehensa. Ad haec Indicem rerum & verborum memorabilium locupletissimum.

      colophon: Robert Winter 1543 - woodcut printer's device on verso of last leaf (otherwise blank), minor worming lasting the first half of the volume, touching letters and the loss of a few, damp-staing in the lower margin and lower part of the fore-margin, pp. [xxiv], 714 (i.e. 754, includes a blank leaf between the 2 parts), [4], 4to, contemporary pigskin over wooden boards, panelled in blind, the date 1549 incorporated on the upper cover, 1 of 2 clasps, a bit soiled, the spine darkened, probably having been covered in paper at some time, various pen trials. A nice Basle 4to. (not in Adams)

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        Nizza

      La più antica veduta della città di Nizza incisa a bulino dal parmigiano Enea Vico (Parma 1523 - Ferrara 1567) nel 1543, con raffigurazione in primo piano della flotta turca di Chaireddin. L'incisione, lungo il margine sinistro, è firmata in lastra con il monogramma AE. V. e la data in numerazione romana M. D. XLIII. In basso sulla sinistra si legge l'indicazione editoriale "Henric van Schoel formis rome 1602". Particolare edizione non ricordata dal Nagler (Die Monogrammisten). Di questa incisione il Drugulin segnala esemplare con "E. Vico sc.", il Destombes assegna l'incisione al Vico e l'edizione al Salamanca, mentre Arrigoni-Bertarelli segnalano solo una ristampa romana del 1602 ad opera del Van Schoel. Molto rara, ottima conservazione. Rif: Arrigoni, Bertarelli "Le stampe storiche conservate nella Raccolta del Castello Sforzesco", p. 2, n° 12 - Valeria e Piero Bella, "Cartografia rara. Antiche carte geografiche topografiche e storiche dalla collezione Franco Novacco", p. 98 - Borroni, "Carte Piante e Stampe storiche delle raccolte lafreriane...", p. 49, n° 141

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        C. Suetonii Tranquilli XII Caesares: ex uetusto exemplari emendatiores multis locis.

      352 pages sider, Ex officina Roberti Stephani, Parisiis (Paris), 1543, Bound in a 19 cent fine half claf with rich golddecoration and goldprint on spine, only smal weR Name on endpaper, Poul Rubow (Danish writer), Underlinings and notes in old hand (red and brown ink)

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        Viaggi fatti da Vinetia, alla Tana, in Persia, in India, et in Costantinopoli: con la descrittione particolare di città, luoghi, siti, costumi, et della porta del gran Turco: & di tutte le intrate, spese, & modo di governo suo, & della ultima impresa contra Portoghesi

      nelle case de figliuoli di Aldo (al colophon), in Vinegia 1543 - Legatura 800 in mz. pelle con fili e titolo oro su tassello al ds. (leggera deformazione dei piatti e minima mancanza al piede del ds.). Pallida traccia di un antica firma di appartenenza al frontis. ed al colophon. Minuscola mancanza all angolo superiore delle prime sei carte. Due forellini di tarlo lontani dal testo sull ultima carta. Nel complesso, esemplare in più che buono stato di conservazione. Prima rarissima edizione di questa raccolta aldina di viaggi. Sono riunite le relazioni di Giosafat Barbaro, Ambrogio Contarini, Aluvigi di Giovanni ed altre senza indicazione dell A. (Luigi Roncinotto e Benedetto Ramberti). Adams V-623. Renouard 128. Blackmer, 1071 (per la seconda edizione del 1545): This appears to be one of the very few travel books from the Aldine press . 8vo (cm. 14,8), 180 cc. Ancora aldina al frontespizio, ripetuta al colophon. Carattere corsivo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Aphorisms (in Greek). Bound with: Aphorismorum Hippocratis sectiones septem, ed. Francois Rabelais

      apud Seb. Gryphium, Lyons 1543 - [Rabelais, François (1494? - 1553).] Hippocrates (460 - 370 B.C.E.). Aphorismorum Hippocratis sectiones septem. Ex Franc. Rabelaesi recognitione. 16mo. Collation: [alpha] - [delta]8, a - u8; signatures a - d and leaves e1 - e2 interleaved and bound after signature u in this copy. [64], 318 pp. Lyon: Apud Seb. Gryphium, 1543. 118 x 72 mm. Calf ca. 1543, rebacked, some edgewear, minor worming, holes for leather ties present on front and rear covers. Very good copy. Extensively annotated in at least two 16th-century hands, in the text, front endpapers and on interleaved pages; 18 leaves of manuscript notes and commentary in what appears to be the same hands bound in the back, followed by 16 blank leaves. Old woodcut armorial bookplate of D'Esbiey tipped to verso of title; later signature "A. de Grateloup" on bookplate. "Collection Victor Jansen" in blue ink on front pastedown. Very rare second edition, first published in 1532, of the Aphorisms of Hippocrates edited by François Rabelais (1494?-1553), the great Renaissance humanist writer and scholar. Rabelais entered monastic life at the age of sixteen, spending about fifteen years at the Franciscan convent of Fontenay-le-Comte before leaving around 1525 to join the more liberal Benedictine order. It was at about this time that he began training as a physician in Paris and Montpellier, obtaining his Bachelor of Medicine degree in 1530 and spending the following year studying Hippocrates' Aphorisms and Galen's Ars parva. In 1532, after moving to Lyon to serve as physician to the city's Hôtel-Dieu, Rabelais published the work on which his reputation as a serious humanist scholar rests: A small 16mo volume containing Latin translations (by other scholars) of Hippocrates' Aphorisms, Presages, De natura humani and De ratione victus and Galen's Ars medicinalis, augmented with his own annotations. "Rabelais's role [in preparing this edition of the Aphorisms] was that of editor. He had in his possession a Greek manuscript for which he claims the twin virtues of age and unimpeachable clarity. While lecturing at Montpellier he had used this to check the Latin translations current among his pupils and had discovered them to be incomplete and incorrect. He then embodied the result of his observations in a set of notes; and the following year, while he was at Lyons, Stephanus Gryphius saw these notes and suggested their incorporation in a pocket edition of Hippocrates. Rabelais was annoyed by the smallness of the proposed format which meant that his remarks had to be fitted into a very small space, but, pressed by Gryphius, he consented. He took as the basis of his work an edition of the relevant parts of Hippocrates and Galen which Colines had published in 1524. It was decided to reprint this and then to add Rabelais's notes in the form of interpolation and marginal comment; and Rabelais's Greek text of the Aphorisms according to his much vaunted manuscript was printed as an appendix" (Bolgar, p. 63). Our copy of the second Rabelais edition begins with the Greek text of the Aphorisms, which has its own title-page; in most copies, these signatures are bound at the end of the work. It is likely that the interleaving and eccentric arrangement of the remaining signatures was done at the request of the 16th-century owner whose copious annotations, written in a tiny, beautiful and legible italic hand, fill most of the interleaved sheets as well as the margins of many text pages. Some notes in a different hand are also found on several leaves. Adams H-576, H-558. Bakhtin, Rabelais and his World, p. 361. Bolgar, "Rabelais's edition of the Aphorisms," Modern Language Review 350 (1940): 62-66. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nizza

      1543 [1602], Nizza - Francia 1543 - La più antica veduta della città di Nizza incisa a bulino dal parmigiano Enea Vico (Parma 1523 - Ferrara 1567) nel 1543, con raffigurazione in primo piano della flotta turca di Chaireddin. L'incisione, lungo il margine sinistro, è firmata in lastra con il monogramma AE. V. e la data in numerazione romana M. D. XLIII. In basso sulla sinistra si legge l'indicazione editoriale "Henric van Schoel formis rome 1602". Particolare edizione non ricordata dal Nagler (Die Monogrammisten). Di questa incisione il Drugulin segnala esemplare con "E. Vico sc.", il Destombes assegna l'incisione al Vico e l'edizione al Salamanca, mentre Arrigoni-Bertarelli segnalano solo una ristampa romana del 1602 ad opera del Van Schoel. Molto rara, ottima conservazione. Rif: Arrigoni, Bertarelli "Le stampe storiche conservate nella Raccolta del Castello Sforzesco", p. 2, n° 12 - Valeria e Piero Bella, "Cartografia rara. Antiche carte geografiche topografiche e storiche dalla collezione Franco Novacco", p. 98 - Borroni, "Carte Piante e Stampe storiche delle raccolte lafreriane?", p. 49, n° 141 mm 240x395

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        Lexicopator Etymon Ex Variis Doctissimorum hominum lucubrationibus.

      Paris, G. Roland und H. Gourmont, 1543. Titel in breitem Holzschnitt-Rahmen. 42 Bll., 1910 (recte 1886) Spp., 1 w. Bl., 56 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. 34 x 22 cm. Cioranesco 6557; Buisson 152; Lefranc, Hist. du Collège de France 353; nicht bei Adams, Zischka und Zaunmüller. - Hauptwerk des Professors der griechischen Sprache am Collège de France; Jean Cheradame widmete das Griechisch-Lateinische Wörterbuch Francois I. - Titel mit Besitzeintrag \"Andeas Hacquevillius\" (André de Hacqueville, ab 1578 Berater am Pariser Parlament) und Jérôme Le Veau (1697; neulateinischer Dichter, Professor am Collège de Navarre). - Etwas berieben. Gutes Exemplar! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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        Opera di Andrea Fulvio delle antichità della città di Roma, e delli edificij memorabili di quella. Tradotta nuovamente di latino in lingua toscana, per Paulo dal Rosso cittadino fiorentino

      per Michele Tramezino, 1543. In 16° (150x100). Carte non num. 4, carte numerate 224, 8 carte n.n., (di cui le prime 6 con la tavola di tutte le cose .., l'ottava ed ultima con la marca tipografica raffigurante la Sibilla incisa in legno che è ripetuta anche al frontespizio). Leg. seicentesca in pergamena rigida con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Prima edizione italiana della prima vera descrizione topografica di Roma, redatta dall'erudito umanista ed antiquario Andrea Fulvio, (1470 - 1527), nella quale fornisce una chiara desrizione di quanto era rimasto delle antiche vestigia romane nel primo cinquecento; l'autore dedica inoltre delle pagine all'introduzione della stampa a Roma e delle prime collezioni private di antichità, tra cui quella di Colocci e quella di numismatica, del cardinale Andrea Della Valle. Bell'esemplare genuino, che presenta una macchia al marg. inf. di tre carte, tarletto saltuario al margine est. di talune carte dalla seconda metà del vol. Dorso con piccole mancanze alle cuffie e agli spigoli. Schudt 599; Rossetti 5155, G - 302; Graesse, II, 646; Adams, F-1154.

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        Lexicopator Etymon Ex Variis Doctissimorum hominum lucubrationibus.

      Paris, G. Roland und H. Gourmont, 1543. - Titel in breitem Holzschnitt-Rahmen. 42 Bll., 1910 (recte 1886) Spp., 1 w. Bl., 56 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. 34 x 22 cm. Cioranesco 6557; Buisson 152; Lefranc, Hist. du Collège de France 353; nicht bei Adams, Zischka und Zaunmüller. - Hauptwerk des Professors der griechischen Sprache am Collège de France; Jean Cheradame widmete das Griechisch-Lateinische Wörterbuch Francois I. - Titel mit Besitzeintrag "Andeas Hacquevillius" (André de Hacqueville, ab 1578 Berater am Pariser Parlament) und Jérôme Le Veau (1697; neulateinischer Dichter, Professor am Collège de Navarre). - Etwas berieben. Gutes Exemplar!

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        Petri Longobardi, Magistri Sententiarum, Parisiens. Quondam Episcopi, in omnes D. Pauli Apost. Epistolas Collectanea : ex DD. Augustino, Ambrosio, Hieronymo, aliisque nonnullis S. Scripturae primariis Interpretibus, summa arte diligentiaq contexta.

      Parigi, apud Ioannem Foucherium, sub scuto Florentiae, 1543, 8vo legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle, titolo manoscritto al dorso, cc. 28-552, marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio, diversi capolettera xilografici. Piccolissimoo foro di tarlo al margine bianco superiore destro delle ultime 63 carte.

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        De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium, Libri V.

      147 woodcut diagrams in the text. 6 p.l., 196 leaves. Small folio (272 x 190 mm.), cont. Parisian binding of light brown calf (very skillful restorations to the binding), panelled in blind with gilt fleurons in the corners, gilt floral tool in the center of each cover of a hand holding flowers, small gilt stars in the six compartments of spine. Nuremberg: J. Petreius, 1543. First edition, and a very fine and crisp copy, of "the earliest of the three books of science that most clarified the relationship of man and his universe (along with Newton's Principia and Darwin's Origin of Species)."-Dibner, Heralds of Science, 3. This work is the foundation of the heliocentric theory of the planetary system and the most important scientific text of the 16th century. This is the seventh or eighth copy I have handled over the past 39 years. How does it compare to the others? Quite nicely. First of all, this is one of the largest copies extant; simply, this copy is really big. Also, I have had only one other copy in a 16th-century binding (Census I.245). Our binding, while carefully and skillfully repaired, is a very beautiful contemporary Parisian example; the tool of a hand holding flowers in the center of each cover is very similar to the one used on many of Marcus Fugger's plain calf bindings. It is a lovely tool in general use by the Paris binders of the period 1550-1560. The endpapers have been renewed but they are not offensive. There is a small early erasure of an ownership inscription on the title just slightly touching the "D." in the date. The first six leaves have some light dampstaining but it is pale. Provenance: At the foot of the title-page, another early signature has been thoroughly lined through. 17th- or 18th-century ownership inscription on title: "Collegii Parisiensis Societat jesu." Bookplate of Gustavus Wynne Cook (1867-1940, amateur astronomer, collector, and benefactor of the Franklin Institute). Franklin Institute Library bookplate. Sold Sotheby Parke-Bernet, New York, 2 November 1977, lot 85, to the British Railway Pension Fund (a famously selective buyer). Purchased by Pierre Berès at Sotheby's London, 21 October 1980 and sold to a prominent Spanish private collector. A very large, fresh, and crisp copy (the leaves "crackle"). Preserved in a morocco-backed box. Collation as in Horblit; some copies - about 20 per cent according to Prof. Gingerich - contain an errata leaf printed separately and later. ❧ Evans, Epochal Achievements in the History of Science, 15. Gingerich, An Annotated Census of Copernicus' De Revolutionibus, Madrid 7. Gingerich, Rara Astronomica, 16. Horblit 18b. Printing & the Mind of Man 70-"a landmark in human thought. It challenged the authority of antiquity and set the course for the modern world by its effective destruction of the anthropocentric view of the universe." Sparrow, Milestones of Science, 40. Zinner 1819 & p. 42.

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        Petri Longobardi, Magistri Sententiarum, Parisiens. Quondam Episcopi, in omnes D. Pauli Apost. Epistolas Collectanea : ex DD. Augustino, Ambrosio, Hieronymo, aliisque nonnullis S. Scripturae primariis Interpretibus, summa arte diligentiaq contexta.

      Parigi, apud Ioannem Foucherium, sub scuto Florentiae, 1543, 8vo legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle, titolo manoscritto al dorso, cc. 28-552, marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio, diversi capolettera xilografici. Piccolissimoo foro di tarlo al margine bianco superiore destro delle ultime 63 carte.

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        Evclide Megarense Philosopho: solo introdvtttore delle Scientie Mathematice; diligentemente Reassettato, et alla integrita ridotto per il degno Professore di tal Scientie Nicolo Tartalea, Brisciano, Secondo le due Tradottioni: e per commune commodo & vtilita di latino vulgar. Con vna ampla Espositione dello Istesso Tradottore di novo aggionta.

      (Colophon: Venice, Venturino Rossenelli, 1543). Folio. (30,5x22 cm.). Contemporary full Italian limp vellum. Remains of ties. Old handwritten title on spine. Upper part of frontcover slightly creased. A few small nicks to hinges at cords. Vellum with brownspots. 242 leaves (2-241 numb. II-CCXXXIX). Misnumbering of leaves in sign. A (10 lvs.), due to the insertion of corrections on f A5. (Collation corresponds to that given by Thomas-Stanford No. 34). Large margins profusely illustrated with diagrams. Upper right corner of title gone with loss of of 3 letters "NSE" in MEGARENSE, f A2-A6 with upper right corners and a wormtract-hole in lower margin repaired. A wormtract in lower margin on the next 11 lvs. A1-A6 mounted skillfully on thin opaque parchment-paper. A rather faint dampstain in upper right corner throughout. Last 5 leaves with a small nick in right margin, no loss. Otherwise remarkable clean and printed on good strong paper. On the title a large woodcut device with arms with G.T. (Gabriele Tadino, to whom the work is dedicated). Colophon with large woodcut device with the letters .P.Z.F. and this repeated on verso of last leaf. ¶ Scarce first edition of the first translation of Euclid in any modern language by the famous Niccolo Tartaglia. The translation and Tartaglia's commentaries, strongly accelerated the development of physics and mechanics in the 16th century, as it showed how mathematics could be applied to dynamics and mechanics as well as to architecture, construction and perspective. More than 20 years should elapse before the next language should receive the privilege of displaying Euclid among their goods, this was the French translation published by Pierre Forcadel, Paris 1564. "When Tartaglia submits that his redaction was made "secondo le due tradittioni", there is no question that Campanus - who appears to be heavely favored - and Zamberti are meant. When Campanus has added propositions or premises, Tartaglia has approriately translated them and noted their absence "nelle seconda tradittione", while things omitted by Campanus but included by Zamberti receive the reverse treatment" (John Murdoch in DSB).Niccolo Fontana Tartaglia of Brescia has a great name in the history of mathematics. A cut in the face from a French soldier caused him to stammer and as a consequence of this he was called 'Tartaglia' (the stammerer). He is famous for his solution of third-degree equations which occasioned a long polemic with Cardano about priority. He is also known for "Tartaglia's Triangle", later known as "Pascal's Triangle", and he is well-known for his Archimedes-edition of 1543 and 1551 with his commentaries."The most famous source of Greek geometry is the monumental work of Euclid of Alexandria, called the "Elements" (around 300 B.C.). No other book of science had a comparable influence on the intellectual development of mankind. It was a treatise of geometry in thirteen books which included all the fundamental results of scientific geometry up to his time. Euclid did not claim for himself any particular discovery, he was merely a compiler. Yet, in view of the systematic arrangement of the subject matter and the exact logical procedure followed, we cannot doubt that he himself provided a large body of specific formulations and specific auxiliary theorems in his deductions. It is no longer possible to pass judgement on the authorship of much of this material; his book was meant as a textbook of geometry which paid attention to the material, while questions of priority did not enter the discussion." (Cornelius Lanzos in "Space through the Ages").Max Steck III:40 - Thomas-Stanford: 34 - Riccardi Euclideana 1543, 1 - Adams E:992. - Brunet II:1090. (Premiere edition de ce travail estimé). - Graesse II:513.

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        Pasquillorum tomi duo. Quorum primo versibus ac rhythmis, altero soluta oratione conscripta quamplurima continentur...

      Eleutheropoli: [Johann Oporinus], 1543. 8vo (13.9 cm, 5.5"). [16], 537 (i.e., 637), [1] pp. First edition of this gathering of pasquinades, or political and religious satires, mostly in Latin. Published anonymously, with a false imprint that translates to "Free City" or "City of Liberty," these lampoons were collected by a prominent humanist scholar (known in his day as Caelius Secundus Curio) who spent much of his career fleeing persecution by the Church. The denunciations of anti-Reformation thought include Hutten's Trias Romana (in German), Erasmus' Pasquillus, and Curione's own Pasquillus ecstaticus. The text is for the most part printed in an attractive italic — the Hutten German text being an exception, in black letter — with => two decorative capitals hand-illuminated in red, blue, and gold.    Binding: 19th-century straight-grained red morocco, spine with gilt rules and gilt-stamped club, scepter, and wreath motif in compartments; covers framed in single gilt fillet and elegant gilt roll, board edges with single gilt fillet, turn-ins with gilt Greek key roll. All edges gilt. Spine stamped "Rel[iure] p[ar] Bozerian Jeune," i.e,. renowned binder => François Bozerian (1765–1826), younger brother of the equally notable binder Jean-Claude Bozerian.    Evidence of Readership: Pencilled marks of emphasis in margins, and occasional early inked marginalia in Latin; final leaf with early inked verses on each side: "Oenigma de Collogino" and "Epigraphium Tilonis Ditmarri [sic] civis Goslariani [sic]."    Provenance: Front pastedown with armorial bookplate of the Earl of Mexborough, with motto "Be fast." Later in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.         Adams P390; Barbier, IV, 1338; Brunet, IV, 410; Index Aurel. 148.564; VD16 C6433. Binding as above, extremities showing mild shelfwear. Bookplates as above; front free endpaper with old cataloguing for this copy affixed, front fly-leaf with early inked note ("très rare") and ownership inscription (in a different hand), possibly "Wright." Intermittent staining, mostly but not entirely confined to early portion of volume. => A solid, attractive, and intriguing copy, hand-embellished and in a signed binding.

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        Von den letzten Worten Dauids. D. Mart. Luther.

      Wittenberg, Nickel Schirlentz, 1543. 4to. A4-X4. [= 84 ll.] Title within woodcut frame. Close cut in upper margin, otherwise large margins. Stain from N-gathering and forward, and with ink stain from V-gathering, mostly on the last four leaves. Disbound in the 19th-century with 19th-century paper wrapper, spine with hand written label, red edges. From the library of Ericsberg. VD16 L7164. Bentzing 3448. First edition. Exists in two versions 1543.

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        Opera di Andrea Fulvio delle Antichità della Città di Roma, & delle Edificii Memorabili di Quella. Tradotta Nuovamente di Latino in Lingua Toscana, per Paulo dal Rosso Cittadino Fiorentino

      224 leaf volume containing the first true topographical description of Rome, a description of the introduction of printing in Rome, and notes on a few significant collections including Angelo Colocci's collection of antiquities at his villa and Andrea Cardinal della Valle's collection of Roman coins, table of contents. Not illustrated. Very minor worm damage, a few pages with minor soiling or ink staining, some notations and a small paper stamp to endpapers. 16mo. Original vellum, professionally restored and repaired. Venezia (Michele Tramezino) 1543. Rossetti 5155; Borroni 7914/4; Fossati Bellani 898; Kissner 738; Graesse II, 646; NUC187, 675; Scano 2; Schudt 599; Scotto 192; Sicari 091; Adams-F 1154. Fulvio published two works during his lifetime: Illustrium Immagines in 1517, which contained one of the first attempts to identify figures from antiquity through numismatic portraits; and Antiquitates Urbis, a guide to the city of Rome's antiquities. In 1543, his works were collected and translated into common Italian to appeal to the average citizen, as shown in the present volume. The resulting work was so popular and proved to be such a useful guidebook that it was updated and reprinted in 1588.

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        De humani corporis fabrica libri septem.

      Basel, (Johannes Oporinus, June 1543). - Folio. 355 leaves and two folding sheets. Roman and italic types, occasional use of Greek and Hebrew types, printed shoulder notes. Woodcut pictorial title, author portrait, and printer’s device; 7 large, 186 mid-sized, and 22 small woodcut initials; more than 200 woodcut illustrations, including 3 full-page skeletons, 14 full-page muscle men, 5 large diagrams of veins and nerves, 10 mid-sized views of the abdomen, 2 mid-sized views of the thorax, 13 mid-sized views of the skull and brain, and numerous smaller views of bones, organs and anatomical parts. All woodcuts and initials up to page 165 in full contemporary hand colour. Contemporary blindstamped leather over wooden boards with bevelled edges, on five raised double bands, with two clasps. A truly outstanding copy of one of the greatest and most appealing books in the history of science. Preserved in its original binding with the blindstamped initials of its first owner, the German physician Caspar Neefe (1514-79), and with his handwritten annotations throughout, the present copy is partly coloured by a contemporary artist (including the iconic woodcut used as title page and all anatomical illustrations up to page 165). Caspar Neefe, who later served as personal physician to Duke Albert I of Saxony, acquired the precious volume only a year after its publication and obviously consulted it extensively throughout his career as a medical practioner. - With the publication of "De humani corporis fabrica" (when he was only twenty-eight) Vesalius revolutionized both the science of anatomy and how it was taught. In his preface he describes his disappointing experiences as a student in Paris and Louvain, stating his intention to reform the teaching of anatomy by giving in this book a complete description of the structure of the human body, thereby drawing attention "to the falsity of Galen’s pronouncements". Vesalius also broke with tradition by performing dissections himself instead of leaving this task to assistants: the striking and dramatic title illustration shows him conducting such a dissection, his hand plunged into a female cadaver (striking in itself, as only the cadavers of executed criminals could be dissected legally and female criminals were rarely executed), surrounded by a seething mass of students. - The "Fabrica" is also revolutionary for "its unprecedented blending of scientific exposition, art and typography" (Norman). The woodcuts by artists of the school of Titian are both iconographically and artistically important. The series of fourteen muscle men show landscapes that, when assembled in reverse order, form a panorama of the Euganean Hills near Padua, a scenery well known to Vesalius while he was at work on the Fabrica. - Of the few copies of the first edition to have come to the market in recent decades, only two were in a contemporary binding. Apart from Vesalius's dedication copy to Emperor Charles V (Christie's New York, 18 March 1998, lot 213: $1,652,500), only a single other partly coloured copy was previously known, a list to which ours must now be added as the third known copy in contemporary colour. - Erased circular library stamp in the blank margin of the title page, so far unidentified (relevant correspondence with Daniel Margócsy, University of Cambridge, in charge of the Vesalius census, is available upon request). Occasional waterstaining to margins, the splendid binding a little rubbed and bumped, but altogether a splendidly crisp, wide-margined copy of the first edition. Definitely the most desirable copy of a milestone in the history of science still in private hands, and likely the most important medical book obtainable for decades to come. PMM 71. VD 16, V 910. Durling 4577. Cushing VI.A.1. Eimas 281. Norman 2137. Wellcome 6560. Graesse VI.2, 289. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DE SIMPLICIUM MEDICAMENTORUM FACULTATIBUS LIBRI UNDECIM. Theodorico Gerardo Gaudano interprete.

      Parisiis, apud Ioannem Roigny, 1543. In-16 gr. (mm. 173x111), p. pergam. molle coeva, tit. ms. al dorso, 8 cc.nn., 228 cc.num., con alcune pregevoli grandi iniziali decorate, su fondo criblé, inc. su legno. "Prima edizione con questo commento." Cfr. Wellcome,I, p. 137 - Adams,I, p. 466 - Sallander,3366 per un'ediz. del 1547 - Biographie Médicale,IV,323. Solo prime 6 cc. con alone margin., altrimenti esemplare ben conservato, con antiche annotazioni a penna.

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        Pasquillorum tomi duo. Quorum primo versibus ac rhythmis, altero soluta oratione conscripta quamplurima continentur...

      [Johann Oporinus], 1543. First edition of this gathering of pasquinades, or political and religious satires, mostly in Latin. Published anonymously, with a false imprint that translates to "Free City" or "City of Liberty," these lampoons were collected by a prominent humanist scholar (known in his day as Caelius Secundus Curio) who spent much of his career fleeing persecution by the Church. The denunciations of anti-Reformation thought include Hutten's Trias Romana (in German), Erasmus' Pasquillus, and Curione's own Pasquillus ecstaticus. The text is for the most part printed in an attractive italic -- the Hutten German text being an exception, in black letter -- with => two decorative capitals hand-illuminated in red, blue, and gold. Binding: 19th-century straight-grained red morocco, spine with gilt rules and gilt-stamped club, scepter, and wreath motif in compartments; covers framed in single gilt fillet and elegant gilt roll, board edges with single gilt fillet, turn-ins with gilt Greek key roll. All edges gilt. Spine stamped "Rel[iure] p[ar] Bozerian Jeune," i.e,. renowned binder => François Bozerian (1765-1826), younger brother of the equally notable binder Jean-Claude Bozerian. Evidence of Readership: Pencilled marks of emphasis in margins, and occasional early inked marginalia in Latin; final leaf with early inked verses on each side: "Oenigma de Collogino" and "Epigraphium Tilonis Ditmarri [sic] civis Goslariani [sic]." Provenance: Front pastedown with armorial bookplate of the Earl of Mexborough, with motto "Be fast." Later in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.

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        Historia Naturale di C. Plinio Secondo, di latino in volgare tradotta per Christophoro Landino et nuouamente in molti luoghi, dove quella mancava, supplito, et da infiniti errori emendata, et con somma diligenza corretta per Antonio Brucioli. Con la tavola similmente castigata...

      Venezia, appresso Gabriel Iolito di Ferrari, 1543, 4to legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena con unghie, tassello rosso con titolo e fregi dorati al dorso, tagli spruzzati, pp. (38)-(2 bianche)-DCCCCXXXIII-(2) frontespizio stampato a due colori con impresa della fenice parzialmente dipinta in rosso, in ovale, xilografica (il bordo ovale inchiostrato allÕepoca ha la carta in parte perforata) numerosi capilettera e marca tipografica xilografica al verso dellÕultima carta. Comunque buon esemplare di importante e pregevole edizione.

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        Diuersite de courtz et lour iurisdiccions, et alia necessaria et vtilia. S.T.C. 10952; Beale T127

      London: Impressum . . . per me Wyllyam Myddlyton, 1543. Modern calf, gilt, some marginal staining and worming, doodles of ?Edward Baber, serjeant at law, occasional notations, else clean; the Taussig copy The penultimate edition (and the only Middleton printing) of one of just a handful of early English legal tracts, treating of royal and other courts, including King's Bench, the Common Bench, Chancery, the Exchequer, and the Marshalsea inter alia

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        Polyhistor, rerum toto orbe memorabilium thesaurus locupletissimus. -- De situ orbis libros tres.

      Basileae: Apud Mich. Isingrinium, M.D.XLIII. [i.e., Basel: Michael Isingrin, 1543]. - Folio (32 x 21 cm.), two parts in one volume: [20], 230, [2] pages; printer's device on title-page and on verso of final blank, historiated initials, 2 folding woodcut maps of Asia, 4 full-page maps, and 14 vignette maps in the text. Bound in 19th century half calf over marbled paper boards; contemporary ink ownership inscription on title page of Don Cristobal Bañes (perhaps Don Cristobal Bañez Salcedo, active in Seville, Spain in the late 17th century), as well as three ecclesiastical ownership stamps, one of which has been defaced with ink. EARLY EDITION OF SOLINUS’S WORK WITH "ASIA MAJOR" MAP SHOWING AMERICA AS "TERRA INCOGNITA". Second edition thus, first published with Munster's commentary in 1538, Solinus's Polyhistor is a collection of geographical accounts edited by Sebastian Münster. This work is renowned for its inclusion of a printed map bearing the earliest representation of the northwest coast of America as "Terra incognita" in the upper right-hand corner of the folding map of "Asia Major," the first complete map of Asia. This same map also shows one of the earliest depictions of a strait between Asia and America, nearly 200 years before Vitus Bering famously voyaged to this part of the world. At the time of publication, scholars and voyagers were still debating the plausibility of a land mass connection between the Asian and American continents. The Polyhistor also includes a second, detailed folding map of the Greek Isles and parts of modern day Turkey and Eastern Europe. Solinus was a legendary Roman geographer, grammarian and anthologist. His Polyhistor incorporated much of Pliny’s Natural History and included Pomponius Mela’s geography. There are brief remarks on a number of historical, social, religious and natural history questions. The Polyhistor was first issued in the middle of the third century. Münster, the editor of the 1538 and 1543 editions of the Polyhistor, is quite a significant figure in the history of sixteenth-century cartography. However, while there is little doubt that Münster edited and inserted his own commentary into the text of this 1543 edition, it is not clear whether he also served as its cartographer. Münster studied Hebrew at Heidelberg and was also a scholar of geography. In 1540 he published his own "updated" edition of Ptolemy’s Geography, which included maps of the new or modern world. Münster was also one of the first cartographers to create space in the woodblock for the insertion of metal-typed place-names. Indeed, his decision to refer to the New World as "America" in his 1544 edition of the Cosmography greatly contributed to the name’s endurance. REFERENCES: VD 16, S 6969; Burmeister 172; Hieronymus 470; Karrow S. 420, No. 58. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Prenobilis Militis, Cognomento For[t]escu, qui temporibus Henrici sexti floruit, de politica administratione, et legibus ciuilibus florentissimi regni Anglie, commentarius. S.T.C. 11193; Beale T356

      London: Typis E. Whitechurche, et veneunt in aedibus H. Smyth [etc.], 1543?. Later calf, gilt, lightly rubbed, neatly repaired, extensive early English translations (from Mulcaster) in the margins; the Taussig copy First edition of the work better known to us as Fortescue's 'De Laudibus Legum Angliae', placed "among the classics of English constitutional theory" and the first work to elucidate the nature of the Inns of Court and that of trial by jury

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        In This Volume are conteined the statutes made and established from the time of kyng Henry the thirde, unto the fyrste yere of the reigne of our most gratious and victorious soueraine lorde king Henry the viii. S.T.C. 9301; Beale S27

      London: In officina Thomae Bertheleti typis impress [etc.], 1543. Contemporary blind panelled calf, rebacked, remains of clasps, very minor worming, else exceptionally bright and clean; the Taussig copy First printing of the first edition of the statutes of the realm commencing with Magna Carta to be rendered into English, playing a significant part in the 'Englishing' of English law (previously in Latin and Law French) during the Tudor reigns

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        Prenobilis Militis, Cognomento For[t]escu, qui temporibus Henrici sexti floruit, de politica administratione, et legibus ciuilibus florentissimi regni Anglie, commentarius. S.T.C. 11193; Beale T356

      First edition of the work better known to us as Fortescue's 'De Laudibus Legum Angliae', placed "among the classics of English constitutional theory" and the first work to elucidate the nature of the Inns of Court and that of trial by jury. Later calf, gilt, lightly rubbed, neatly repaired, extensive early English translations (from Mulcaster) in the margins; the Taussig copy. Typis E. Whitechurche, et veneunt in aedibus H. Smyth [etc.], London, 1543?.

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        Tabulae breves et expeditae in praeceptiones Rhetoricae

      Paris, Guillaume Richard, 1543. The earliest known edition of this popular textbook, dividing rhetoric into three parts: invention, disposition, and elocution (omitting pronunciation and memory), each introduced in a series of questions and answers explicated by examples, followed by some precepts of composition. Three other copies can be traced ● Grenoble, Bibliothèque municipale, F 3492 CGA ● New Haven, Yale University, 2001.635 ● Paris, Bibliothèque Mazarine, 8° 20461-5. One of three known copies Cassander, Georgius Pittem (West Flanderss) 1513 - 1566 Cologne Tabulae breves et expeditae in praeceptiones Rhetoricae. Paris, Guillaume Richard, 1543 octavo (165 × 105 mm), (20) ff. signed A-B 8 C 4 and paginated [1]-39 (1). Richard's woodcut device on the title-page (une Poule grasse, lettered around 'In Pingvi gallina 1541'; Renouard no. 976); Christian Wechel's 'Pegasus' device on last page (Renouard no. 1117, from a book printed in 1538). provenance contemporary marginalia, and annotation Emptus 6d on last page -- Earls of Macclesfield, em­bossed stamp on title-page and following two leaves, exlibris North Library dated 1860 on paste-down -- Sotheby's, 'The Library of the Earls of Macclesfield removed from Sherburn Castle, Part Twelve: Continental books and manuscripts', London, 2 October 2008, lot 4382 Paper fault in last leaf affecting a few letters, otherwise in excellent state of preservation. binding contemporary flexible vellum. The earliest known edition of this popular textbook, dividing rhetoric into three parts: invention, disposition, and elocution (omitting pronunciation and memory), each introduced in a series of questions and answers explicated by examples, followed by some precepts of composition. [img-2347-left-large_default] The author (Jooris Casant) had matriculated in the Collegium Trilingue in Louvain in 1531 and in 1534 was promoted Master of Arts. 1 He taught thereafter in the famous school of Eligius Hoeckaert in Ghent, where his edition of the Sententiae of Plautus (1536) and a short treatise on coinage (1537) were published at the press of Joos Lambrecht. In 1541 Cassander was appointed professor of bonæ litteræ in the school founded by the late Bishop Joannes Albius (de Witte) in Bruges and on 3 May 1541 delivered his inaugural oration in praise of the founder and of the town of Bruges (printed by J. Lambrecht, 1541). In February 1543 Cassander abruptly resigned his post to travel to Italy with his patron, Cornelius Wouters; on his return, he settled in Cologne, and in September 1544 matriculated there as a student of theology. Cassander's textbook is dedicated at Bruges in 1542 to the trustees of Albius' foundation, the physician Cornelius van Baersdorp (1484-1565), and the banker, Jehan Claissone (Claeyssone). Since there is no trace of an edition of that year printed in Flanders, Cassander may have taken the manuscript with him when he left Bruges, and caused it to be printed at Paris. An edition from the press of Guillaume Richard, allegedly dated 1542, is cited by Renouard; however no copy of it is recorded elsewhere. 2 Our edition of 1543 was published by Guillaume Richard in partnership with Chrétien Wechel, whose share of the copies has the imprint 'Ex officina Christiani Wecheli, sub scuto Basiliensi in uico Iacobaeo & sub pegaso in uico Bellouacensi, anno 1543' on title-page. Just three copies of the edition are known to the writer: 3 ● Grenoble, Bibliothèque municipale, F 3492 CGA ● New Haven, Yale University, 2001.635 (with Wechel's address on title-page) ● Paris, Bibliothèque Mazarine, 8° 20461-5 (with Wechel's address on title-page) In 1550, an edition 'Multò quàm antea emendatiores, atque ab ipso autore recognitae' was first published at Cologne. Apart from an elaboration of the dedication, acknowledging van Baersdorp's appointment in that year as court-physician to the Emperor Charles v, it is an unchanged reprint. New editions by Guillaume Richard's successor (Thomas Richard) appeared in 1549, 1552-1553, 1557, 1558, 1561, and 1564. Further editions were printed at Antwerp in 1544 (Joannes Steelsius) and 1548; 4 Caen in 1569 (Pierre Philippe); Cologne in 1550 (Martin Gymnich), 1553 (s.n.), 1554 (Walther Fabritius), and 1573 (Martin Ordenbach); Dortmund in 1550 (Melchior Soter); Lyon in 1573 (Louis Cloquemin & Étienne Michel); Paris in 1545 and 1546 (both by Chrétien Wechel), 1546 (Mathieu David), 1547 (s.n.), 1548 (C. Wechel), 1549 (M. David), 1549 (Robert Estienne), 1550 (Widow of Maurice de La Porte), 1551 (R. Estienne), 1560 (Gabriel Buon), 1565 (G. Buon), 1578 (Martin Le Jeune), and 1582 (Thomas Brumen); Palermo in 1571 (Giovanni Matteo Maida); Poitiers in 1551 (Jacques Bouchet); Valencia in 1553 (Juan Mey); 5 Venice in 1553 (Michele Tramezzino); Zerbst in 1583 (Bonaventura Schmidt); and Zwolle in 1545 (Jan van Ruremonde). With few exceptions, each of these editions likewise is known to the writer by a handful of copies. reference Ferdinand Buisson, Répertoire des ouvrages pédagogiques duxvi e siècle: bibliothèques de Paris et des départements (Paris 1886), p.125 1. A.C. de Schrevel, Histoire du Séminaire de Bruges (Bruges 1895), i, pp.263-264, ii, pp.50, 179; Henry de Vocht, History of the Foundation and Rise of the Collegium Trilingue Lovaniense 1517-1550 (Louvain 1954), pp.296-298; J. Machiels, De Boekdruk­kunst te Ghent tot 1560 (Ghent 1994), pp.121-124, 129. 2. Philippe Renouard, Les marques typographiques parisiennes des xv e et xvi e siècles (Paris 1926-1928), p.314. 3. Buisson, op. cit., p.125, locates a copy in the Bibliothèque municipale de Chartres which is not confirmed by modern catalogues. The 1543 edition is overlooked by most later stu­dents of Renaissance rhetorical theory, who persis­tently identify 1548 as the earliest edition; see Lee A. Sonnino, A Handbook to Sixteenth-century Rhetoric (London 1968), p.234; and Lawrence D. Green and James J. Murphy, Renaissance rhetoric short title catalogue, 1460-1700 (Aldershot 2006), p.100. 4. Cited by Sonnino and by Green and Murphy, op.cit., p.234, otherwise unverified. 5. Xavier Gómez Font and Ferran Grau Codina, 'La edición de Andrés Sempere de las Tabulae breues et expeditae in praeceptiones rhetoricae de Georgius Cassander' in Nova et vetera: Nuevos horizontes de la Filología latina (Madrid 2002), ii, pp.973-982 (wrongly indicating 1544 as first edition).

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        New Kreüterbuch, in welchem nit allein die gantz histori, das ist, namen, gestalt, statt und zeit der wachsung, natur, krafft und würckung. . .

      Basel: Michael Isingrin, 1543. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio (375 x 240 mm). 444 unnumbered leaves. Signatures: (pi)-2(pi)6, 3(pi)4, (a-z)6 (A-Zz)6, AA6 BB8. Full-page woodcut portrait of Fuchs on title verso, 517 (7 hand-coloured) botanical woodcuts by Viet Rudolph Speckle after Heinrich Füllmaurer and Albert Meyer, woodcut portrait of the three artists with woodcut number 100 "Traubenkraut" on recto, and leaf with printer's device on verso bound at the end, woodcut historiated initials in several sizes. One manuscript leaf with coloured illustration inserted before a1 and further two with a coloured illustration of a peanut plant before BB7. Bound in contemporary German blind-stamped vellum over wooden boards, brass catch plates, dark-blue dyed edges (old rebacking, slight cracking of joints, some spotting and soiling, clasps missing, stub of leather one band present). A few corrections of text in old hand, occasional ink smudges, some spotting and browning (confined mainly to outer blank margins), light waterstain to lower blank margin of several gatherings, soiling to leaf Hh4. Provenance: Monogrammed bookplate to front pastedown. A fine copy with ample margins in contemporary binding, except for the old rebacking completely untouched, rarely found complete and without supplied leaves as here. ----Nissen, BBI 659; VD 16 F 3243; Pritzel 3139; Stafleu/Cowan 1910; Wellcome 2443; PMM 69 (Latin edition). - FIRST EDITION in German of "perhaps the most celebrated and most beautiful herbal ever published" (PPM). The woodcuts are those used in the 1542 edition, plus an additional five, depicting Hunerbis, Spitziger Wegerich, klein Schlangen Kraut, Knabenkrautweible, das Mittel, and Kuchenschell. The Latin and German editions are closely associated: printed at the same press, on the same paperstock, and with the same fine woodcut botanical illustrations. As Fuchs explains in the preface to this German edition, he wished to reach an audience broader than the Latinate scholar or physician for whom herbals had been a necessary medical tool throughout Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Fuchs realized that his own herbal could provide that knowledge not only to the specialist but also to the layman interested in plants and the popular remedies derived from them, or simply interested in the natural world surrounding him. In preparing the German edition, Fuchs took the opportunity to augment his text with an index of illnesses treatable with herbs, enhancing its usefulness and popular appeal. The illustrations depict over 400 German and 100 foreign plants (including the first description of some recently discovered American plants). In contrast to many of the crude herbals which preceded this work, Fuchs' botanical descriptions are very accurate and mark a significant advance in medical botany. His detailed plant-portraits were highly influential: they were reused in all later editions, copied in the works of Bock, Dodoens, William Turner, and others. It was also one of the first herbals that also recognized the artists for their contributions and whose work influenced botanical illustration for many years. The drawings were made from life by Albert Meyer, largely based on plants in Fuch's medicinal garden at Tübingen. - Visit our website for additional images and information. Very Good / No Jacket.

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        Ex-trogi pompeei historiis

      Roberto Stephani, Paris 1543 - In 8, 267 pp (1) + cc14 nn, bella marca tipografica al fronte-spizio, carattere corsivo molto elegante, dedica a Antonino Imperatore, legatura solida pergamena piena recente con unghie, titolo al dorso, sguardie antiche, lieve ombreggiatura, esemplare fresco e marginoso. 1 volume in 8°, 267 pp (1) + cc 14 n.n, nice typographic mark to the frontispiece, very elegant dedication in italics to Antonino emperor, very elegant italic printing types, dedication to Antonino emperor, contemporary solid parchment binding with squares, title to the back, rare shading, clean copy with full margins. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        C. Suetonii Tranquilli XII Caesares: ex uetusto exemplari emendatiores multis locis.

      Ex officina Roberti Stephani, Parisiis (Paris) 1543 - 352 pages p. Name on endpaper, Poul Rubow (Danish writer), Underlinings and notes in old hand (red and brown ink) Bound in a 19 cent fine half claf with rich golddecoration and goldprint on spine, only smal weR

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        Viaggi fatti da Vinetia, alla Tana, in Persia, in India, et in Costantinopoli: con la descrittione particolare di città, luoghi, siti, costumi, et della Porta del gran Turco: & di tutte le intrate, spese, & modo di gouerno suo, & della ultima impresa contra Portoghesi.

      Vinegia: [colophon: nelle case de figliuoli di Aldo], 1543. 8vo (but horizontal chain lines; 14.5 cm; 5.75"). [180] ff. First edition of Antonio Manuzio's compilation of 15th- and early 16th-century voyages from Venice to Persia, India, and Constantinople. He offers the accounts of Giosofat Barbaro's two embassies, to the Azov Tartars in 1436 and to Persia in 1471; Ambrogio Contarini's embassy to Persia in 1473; Aloigi de Giovanni's voyage to Persia and India in 1529; Benedetto Ramberti's voyage to and travels in Turkey in 1539; and an anonymous narrative of the Turkish expedition against the Portuguese in India in 1538.    Binding: 19th-century dark red morocco modestly tooled in blind on covers, lettered in gilt on spine. Gilt supra-libros of Gower, the Duke of Sutherland, as a member of the Order of the Garter. Gilt rope roll–design at the corners of the board edges; gilt vine rolls on turn-ins. All edges gilt.    Provenance: 17th-century ownership signature signature "Leonardo di Librini" in lower area of title-page; signature "Gower, 1812" on front pastedown (i.e., George Leveson-Gower {1758–1833}, Earl Gower, later 1st Duke of Sutherland; also Gower's bookplate on front pastedown; in pencil on verso of front free endpaper, "C.P.G. 1813." Lately in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel "AHA" at rear.         Adams A623; EDIT16 CNCE 26947; Renouard, Alde, p. 128-129; UCLA, Aldine Press (2001), 317; Kallendorf & Wells, Aldine Press, 292. Bound as above; areas of the turn-ins abraded and some headlines touched by the binder's knife. Title-page and last leaf with anchor and dolphin with light dust-soiling; a very few light spots or smudges and occasionally a paper flaw. => An attractive copy of a good book with good provenance.

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        Sfortiade fatta italiana de li gesti del generoso & invitto Francesco Sforza, qual per propria vertù divenne duca di Milano, distinta in lib. XXX. Ove s'ha l'intera cognitione de li fatti in Italia da gl'anni 1424. fin'al 1444. Con un breve ragguaglio de la vita de costumi, de la statura de Francesco Sforza, di Nicolò Picinino, di Filippo Maria duca di Melano, d'Alfonso re d'Aragona e d'altri, tratto de l'historie di Papa Pio Secondo

      per Curtio Troiano di Navò al Leone, 1543. in 8°, 16 cm, rilegatura antica in pergamena con nervi agli angoli, titolo manoscritto al dorso, c. 440, (4). Numerosi e antichi appunti a penna, qualche alone e tracce di tarlo internamente alle cop. senza intaccare il volume

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        Repetitio L. rem alienam .ff. de pign. act. clarissimi iuris consulti D. Laurentii Sylvani patricii casalensi ex Monferrato, in alma ferrariensi accademia iuris civilis a vesperiis ordinarii interpretatis.

      Apud vIo. Antonium Guidonem, Casale Monferrato 1543 - In 4, cm 21 x 29, cc. 26. Stampato in corsivo e romano. Bella cornice xilografica al frontespizio precedentemente usata per un'edizione vercellese del Pellipari (Statuta communis et almae civitatis vercellarum). Piena pergamena molle settecentesca. Lettera dedicatoria a Bernardino Castellari. In fine: In civitate Casalis Motiferrati apud Io. Anto. Guidone Nobile Ferrarien. MDXXXXIII. Mense Octobris. Rarissima cinquecentina casalese stampata dal Guidone, tipografo di origine ferrarese (come proprio attestato nel colophon di quest'opera) , che opero' a Casale tra il 1541 e il 1543. In questa parentesi casalese il Guidone stampo' 5 opere, tra queste i Priapea e il Dialogo dove si ragiona delle bellezze. Bersano Begey, 1010. ITA

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        Sfortiade fatta italiana de li gesti del generoso & invitto Francesco Sforza, qual per propria vertù divenne duca di Milano, distinta in lib. XXX. Ove s'ha l'intera cognitione de li fatti in Italia da gl'anni 1424. fin'al 1444. Con un breve ragguaglio de la vita de costumi, de la statura de Francesco Sforza, di Nicolò Picinino, di Filippo Maria duca di Melano, d'Alfonso re d'Aragona e d'altri, tratto de l'historie di Papa Pio Secondo

      per Curtio Troiano di Navò al Leone, In Venetia 1543 - in 8°, 16 cm, rilegatura antica in pergamena con nervi agli angoli, titolo manoscritto al dorso, c. 440, (4). Numerosi e antichi appunti a penna, qualche alone e tracce di tarlo internamente alle cop. senza intaccare il volume

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        Nouum testamentum, haud poenitendis sacrorum Doctorum scholijs, Ioannis Benedicti Theologi Parisie[n]sis, cura concinnatis, non inutiliter illustratum. [Encuadernada con:] Divi Pauli Epistolae, non vulgaribus Doctorum scholijs illustratae.

      Parisiis: Apud Simonem Colinaeum, & Galeotum à Prato 1543 - [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo A. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type A. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type A].- // 2 obras en 1 vol., 8º (163x97mm).- NT: [20], 183 h.; sign.: [hoja]-[2hojas]8, [3hojas]4, a-y8, z7.- Epístolas: 140, [8] h.; sign.: A-S8, T4; Iniciales xilografiadas y apostillas marginales en ambas partes; colofón 'Totivs Novi Testamenti, finis. 1543.' en verso del folio siii de la segunda parte.- // Encuadernación de 1735 en plena piel, lomo con nervios; tejuelo en marroquín rojo; planos con orla de triple filete gofrada en seco; cortes tintados en rojo. Levísimas rozaduras en cofia y punta inferior delantera. Portada y primeros folios de primera obra y ultímos folios de la segunda, algo oscurecidos. Fol. 99 de segunda obra, restaurado en punta superior. Ejemplar fresco y limpio de no ser por algunos rastros de humedad antigua en los márgenes al inicio de la primera obra y, esporádicamente, en el margen superior hacia la mitad del volumen. Nota manuscrita de encuadernación en verso de guarda delantera fechada en 1735. Cuerpo sin marcas, anotaciones ni subrayados, a excepción de los exlibris y de una enmienda manuscrita de una frase del Evangelio según Mateo en folio 7r.- // Proc.: Exlibris manuscrito en portada fechado en 1707; otro exlibris, letra del s. XVI, 'Andreas Fabry', en verso de fol. 183; exlibris manuscrito 'Pacquet', en portada de segunda obra.- // Refs.: Bibles Paris, 4401; Renouard, Colines, p. 381. No en Darlow & Moule.- // Hermosísimas impresiones de los Evangelios y de las Epístolas de san Pablo con el Apocalipsis de san Juan, comentado todo por Jean Benoit, procedentes del taller de Simon de Colines, que se difundieron tanto juntas, componiendo el Nuevo Testamento completo -como lo justifica el colofón de la segunda obra, 'Totius Novi Testamenti finis'-, como por separado -como lo atestiguan diferentes ejemplares conservados-. En una actuación semejante a la desarrollada por Robert Estienne, Benoit, profesor de Teología en La Sorbonne, había cotejado el texto de la Biblia vulgata con manuscritos griegos y hebreos antiguos y fue insertando a lo largo del texto múltiples anotaciones en forma de apostillas, tanto para indicar dónde había variantes entre las fuentes, como para introducir explicaciones que ayudaran a entender el significado de diferentes pasajes. Y, a semejanza de lo que le sucediera a Estienne, sus comentarios también fueron perseguidos y su versión acabaría incluida en el Índice de Libros prohibidos, aunque bastante más tarde(1). El resultado de su trabajo lo imprimió en 1541 Simon Colines para el librero Galiot du Pré (merced al privilegio que compartía con Antoine Vincent), en un volumen in-folio con el título de Biblia sacra iuxta vulgatam quam dicunt aeditionem, a mendis [.] repurgata, atque ad priscorum [.] exemplariorum norman [.] restituta. Pero así como la 'Biblia de Benoit' no volvería a imprimirse hasta 1549 (en París, por Carola Guillard), lo que sí hizo Colines dos años más tarde fue imprimir esta edición separada del Nuevo Testamento que ofrecemos, en la que compartió los gastos de impresión con du Pré. No se trata, sin embargo, de una reproducción del texto y anotaciones presentados en la Biblia de 1541, sino que, como el propio Benoit advierte en el aviso al lector, el contenido de esta edición de 1543 estaba revisado y ampliado, especialmente en las aclaraciones a los Evangelios, como efectivamente puede confirmarse ya desde el primer párrafo del evangelio de Mateo si se cotejan ambas ediciones. Benoit continuó trabajando en sus anotaciones y en 1549 publicó una 'seconde edition' de la Biblia, la ya mencionada impresa por Carola Guillard, con todos los cambios y las nuevas anotaciones. Las numerosas ediciones posteriores tanto de la Biblia de Benoit completa, co [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Epistolae familiares, diligentivs qva`m qvae hactenvs exiervnt, emendatae. Pavli Manvtii scholia quibus & loci familiarium epistolarum obscuriores explanantur, & castigationum quae in ijsdê epistolis factae sunt, ratio redditur. Beigebunden / bound with: Pavli Manvtii scholia, quibus & loci familiarium epistolarum difficiliores explicantur: & castigationum quae in ijsdem epistolis factae sunt, ratio redditur. Mit dem schönen Holzschnittsignet der Estiennes auf beiden Titeln, das Vorbild für jenes der Elzeviers war; alle Seiten vor dem Binden sauber rot regliert.

      Epistolae familiares: Paris: Robert Estienne, 1543 (in fine 1544, non. ian.). Scholia: Paris: Robert Estienne, 1544 1543 / 1544 510, [18] Seiten. - [71], [1 weiße] Seiten. - Lagenkollation: A-Z: 8, AA-KK: 8; AAA-DDD: 8, EEE: 4. Dunkelrotbrauner Pariser Maroquinband der Zeit (178 x 113 x 38 mm) auf fünf echten Doppelbünden, Octavo, 172 x 100 mm (Einband etwas bestoßen, leicht berieben, kleine Flecken und wenige minimale Fehlstellen in der Oberfläche der Deckelbezüge. Innen sehr gut erhalten. Ein dekorativer Einband) Auf den Rückenfeldern des Einbands je ein goldgeprägtes Blütenornament. Die Deckel mit Randrahmen aus zwei schmalen blindgeprägten Linien und einer etwas breiteren goldgeprägten Linie sowie einem ebenfalls goldgeprägten rautenförmigen Mittelstück: auf Goldgrund Mauresken mit Blattwerk. Reste von Stehkantenvergoldung. Fein gepunzter Goldschnitt: auf dem Vorderschnitt entspringt einer Vase mauresk geformtes Blattwerk, das sich bis zu den Grenzen an Kopf und Fuß, die durch je ein Band mit Punkten gegeben sind, mittelachsensymmetrisch ausbreitet. Oberer und unterer Schnitt mit ähnlichen Blattwerkmustern. Grün/gelbe handgestochene Kapitale. Das Punzenmuster der Einbände gleicht jenem in Yves Devaux: \"Dix siècles de reliure\". 1977. p. 83; ein weiteres bei \"Bibliographica\" II (1896), p. 398 und Tafel XVIIc abgebildetes Vergleichstück verweist nach Paris als Bindeort.Ein schönes Exemplar dieser wohlgedruckten Ausgabe, deren der aldinischen von Garamond nachgeschnittene Kursiv hier erstmals verwandt wird: \"Cette estimable édition est la première dans laquelle Robert Estienne ait fait usage de son bel italique, exécuté à l`imitation de celui d`Alde: Characteribus elegantissimis Italicos Aldi Manutij characteres proximè referentibus, dit-il de ce Cicéron dans plusieurs de ses Catalogues. Il y a joint les diverses scholies des éditions manutiennes sur lesquelles celle-ci est copié, sauf quelques rectifications ou changements dans les textes\" (Renouard). Cf. Elizabeth Armstrong: Robert Estienne Royal Printer. Cambridge: UP, 1954, p. 49 & A.F. Johnson: Type Designs: Their History and Development. 1934, p. 130. Updike: Printing Types. I, pp. 234-5 & 290: \"His Italic he based, he admits, on the Aldine italic, and on examination there is a certain similarity, although it is much freer in effect, owing, among other things, to its sloping capitals. Garamond is nearer to Aldus in his italic than he is to Jenson in his roman. (...) a delightful unconventionality of design - free and spirited, yet noble; full of contrast and movement, yet with elegance and precision of line that marks them as French.\"Provenienzen: 1. Gestochenes Wappen-Exlibris auf dem vorderen Spiegel: \"Ex Libris Jacobi Annibalis Claret Delatourette Equitis, Regi à consiliis in Supremâ Lugdunensi monetalium Judicum curiâ præsidis, capitalium rerum Prætoris Primarii. 1719\", i.e. Jacques-Annibal Claret Fleurieu de La Tourrette (1692-1776), chevalier, baron d`Evreux, seigneur de La Tourette et Fleurieu. Ein hoher Richter der Stadt Lyon, Prévot des marchands de Lyon (1740-1745) und Président en la Cour des Monnaies; er besaß eine der größten Bibliotheken Lyons, berühmt für ihre Einbände und seltenen Ausgaben.2. Auf dem hinteren festen Vorsatz ein weiteres gestochenes Wappen-Exlibris mit dem Motto: \"NIL NISI VIRTUTE\", i.e. Alexandre-Charles-Omer Rousselin de Corbeau, comte de Saint-Albin (1773-1847), \"Bibliophile infatigable et publiciste savant, Saint-Albin avait assemblé environ 60.000 volumes tant imprimés que manuscrits, dont la plupart se distinguaient par la richesse de l`habillement, le choix des éditions et la rareté des exemplaires. Le catalogue qui suit ne contient que 3501 articles, mais c`était ce qu`il y avait de plus précieux en sa collection.\" Guigard II,192; cf. \"Catalogue des livres et manuscrits composant la bibliothèque de feu M. le comte de Saint-Albin\". Paris: J.-F. Délion, 1850.Contemporary French morocco gilt, five raised bands, edges gilt and gauffered to an arabesque design. Ruled in red throughout. Binding slightly rubbed in places; internal condition very good. A fine copy in an impressive binding. \"Cicero`s astonishing energy can be seen in everything that he wrote, a body of work unparalleled among those that have come down to us from classical antiquity. The forensic speeches which made him the foremost lawyer of his time show him principally as an able advocate for the defence. His prosecution speeches, notably that against Verres, the corrupt governor of Sicily, are equally effective, and they rise to an unequalled height in the famous `Philippics` - those onslaughts on Mark Antony, modelled on the speeches of Demosthenes against Philipp of Macedon, which Antony never forgave and which brought Cicero to his death. His political and philosophic works have been accused of lack of originality, to which Cicero would have been the first to confess: there were few philosophic work in Latin, except for the Epicurean work of Lucretius which Cicero, a Stoic, opposed. His moral treatises and dialogues are thus largely works of translation and adaption, but non the less influential for that.\" PMM 64. ;From the libraries of Jacques-Annibal Claret Fleurieu de La Tourrette (1692-1776), with his ex-libris on the upper paste-down, and Alexandre-Charles-Omer Rousselin de Corbeau, comte de Saint-Albin (1773-1847), with his ex-libris on the lower paste-down.Renouard 57,9 - Adams C1643 - BM STC 110 - Schweiger II,i,104 - Graesse II,156 - Ebert 4259. - RFM - Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage oder auf unserer Homepage. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung [Beautiful, Rare and Special;Schönes;Seltenes;Literatur;Antike;Bibliophilie;Einbände;Alte Drucke;Provenienz;Herkunft;Vorbesitzer]

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        Epistolae familiares, diligentivs qva'm qvae hactenvs exiervnt, emendatae. Pavli Manvtii scholia quibus & loci familiarium epistolarum obscuriores explanantur, & castigationum quae in ijsdê epistolis factae sunt, ratio redditur. Beigebunden / bound with: Pavli Manvtii scholia, quibus & loci familiarium epistolarum difficiliores explicantur: & castigationum quae in ijsdem epistolis factae sunt, ratio redditur. Mit dem schönen Holzschnittsignet der Estiennes auf beiden Titeln, das Vorbild für jenes der Elzeviers war; alle Seiten vor dem Binden sauber rot regliert.

      Paris: Robert Estienne, 1543 (in fine 1544, non. ian.). Scholia: Paris: Robert Estienne, 1544, Epistolae familiares - Octavo, 172 x 100 mm 1543 / 1544. 510, [18] Seiten. - [71], [1 weiße] Seiten. - Lagenkollation: A-Z: 8, AA-KK: 8; AAA-DDD: 8, EEE: 4. Dunkelrotbrauner Pariser Maroquinband der Zeit (178 x 113 x 38 mm) auf fünf echten Doppelbünden. Sprache: Latein, (Einband etwas bestoßen, leicht berieben, kleine Flecken und wenige minimale Fehlstellen in der Oberfläche der Deckelbezüge. Innen sehr gut erhalten. Ein dekorativer Einband). Auf den Rückenfeldern des Einbands je ein goldgeprägtes Blütenornament. Die Deckel mit Randrahmen aus zwei schmalen blindgeprägten Linien und einer etwas breiteren goldgeprägten Linie sowie einem ebenfalls goldgeprägten rautenförmigen Mittelstück: auf Goldgrund Mauresken mit Blattwerk. Reste von Stehkantenvergoldung. Fein gepunzter Goldschnitt: auf dem Vorderschnitt entspringt einer Vase mauresk geformtes Blattwerk, das sich bis zu den Grenzen an Kopf und Fuß, die durch je ein Band mit Punkten gegeben sind, mittelachsensymmetrisch ausbreitet. Oberer und unterer Schnitt mit ähnlichen Blattwerkmustern. Grün/gelbe handgestochene Kapitale. Das Punzenmuster der Einbände gleicht jenem in Yves Devaux: "Dix siècles de reliure". 1977. p. 83; ein weiteres bei "Bibliographica" II (1896), p. 398 und Tafel XVIIc abgebildetes Vergleichstück verweist nach Paris als Bindeort. Ein schönes Exemplar dieser wohlgedruckten Ausgabe, deren der aldinischen von Garamond nachgeschnittene Kursiv hier erstmals verwandt wird: "Cette estimable édition est la première dans laquelle Robert Estienne ait fait usage de son bel italique, exécuté à l'imitation de celui d'Alde: Characteribus elegantissimis Italicos Aldi Manutij characteres proximè referentibus, dit-il de ce Cicéron dans plusieurs de ses Catalogues. Il y a joint les diverses scholies des éditions manutiennes sur lesquelles celle-ci est copié, sauf quelques rectifications ou changements dans les textes" (Renouard). Cf. Elizabeth Armstrong: Robert Estienne Royal Printer. Cambridge: UP, 1954, p. 49 & A.F. Johnson: Type Designs: Their History and Development. 1934, p. 130. Updike: Printing Types. I, pp. 234-5 & 290: "His Italic he based, he admits, on the Aldine italic, and on examination there is a certain similarity, although it is much freer in effect, owing, among other things, to its sloping capitals. Garamond is nearer to Aldus in his italic than he is to Jenson in his roman. (.) a delightful unconventionality of design - free and spirited, yet noble; full of contrast and movement, yet with elegance and precision of line that marks them as French." Provenienzen: 1. Gestochenes Wappen-Exlibris auf dem vorderen Spiegel: "Ex Libris Jacobi Annibalis Claret Delatourette Equitis, Regi à consiliis in Supremâ Lugdunensi monetalium Judicum curiâ præsidis, capitalium rerum Prætoris Primarii. 1719", i.e. Jacques-Annibal Claret Fleurieu de La Tourrette (1692-1776), chevalier, baron d'Evreux, seigneur de La Tourette et Fleurieu. Ein hoher Richter der Stadt Lyon, Prévot des marchands de Lyon (1740-1745) und Président en la Cour des Monnaies; er besaß eine der größten Bibliotheken Lyons, berühmt für ihre Einbände und seltenen Ausgaben. 2. Auf dem hinteren festen Vorsatz ein weiteres gestochenes Wappen-Exlibris mit dem Motto: "NIL NISI VIRTUTE", i.e. Alexandre-Charles-Omer Rousselin de Corbeau, comte de Saint-Albin (1773-1847), "Bibliophile infatigable et publiciste savant, Saint-Albin avait assemblé environ 60.000 volumes tant imprimés que manuscrits, dont la plupart se distinguaient par la richesse de l'habillement, le choix des éditions et la rareté des exemplaires. Le catalogue qui suit ne contient que 3501 articles, mais c'était ce qu'il y avait de plus précieux en sa collection." Guigard II,192; cf. "Catalogue des livres et manuscrits composant la bibliothèque de feu M. le comte de Saint-Albin". Paris: J.-F. Délion, 1850. Contemporary French morocco gilt, five raised bands, edges gilt and gauffered to an arabesque design. Ruled in red throughout. Binding slightly rubbed in places; internal [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        De la signification des notes hieroglyphiques des Aegyptiens

      Jacques Kerver, Paris 1543 - Rebound in 17th or 18th century sponged calf, recently rebacked, edges stained red. Trimmed a bit close affecting the running title and occasionally just touching the plate edges, title repaired in the gutter; light scattered stains, foxing, generally quite clean internally with 197 woodcuts on 104 leaves, a6v and a8v with cancelled cuts pasted over, as usual. Mortimer 314., Brunet III 344 ("edition recherchée a cause de jolies gravures")."The finest of these cuts are by an extremely skillfuyl artist, probably one of the artists of the 1546 Kerver Hypnerotomachie and have been attributed to Jean Cousin or Jean Goujon.Kerver was the first to commission the emblematic woodcuts and to print the Horapollo text itself in the form of an emblem book." The first French addition, preceded by the Aldine in Greek (in an edition of Aesop) and two Latin editions. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Inventory No: 046445. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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