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2015-11-02 00:09:58
FUCHS, Leonhard
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-02 00:09:58
FUCHS, Leonhard
Michael Isingrin, Basel, 1543. Folio, 444 leaves, +-++6, +++4, a-z6, A-Z6, Aa-Zz6, AA6, BB8. Gothic letter; woodcut printer's device on title and larger on final recto, full-page full length portrait of Fuchs on title verso, 517 botanical woodcuts (15 with old hand-colouring) by Viet Rudolph Speckle after Heinrich Füllmaurer and Albert Meyer, portraits of the three artists at end; historiated initials; light water stains and finger marking to some margins at beginning and end, small marginal flaw to ff. Ff4-Gg4, barely touching one illustration. A very good copy, partially hand-coloured in the printing shop, in contemporary pigskin over thick-wooden boards, blind-tooled, triple fillet; rolls of interlacing floral decorations, medallions, antiques, grape and vine leaves, central panel with flower bunches to corner and centre; original clasps; slightly rubbed, few small stains to spine and joints; on front pastedown, inscription by Joseph von Gullingstein, dated 27 April 1793, nineteenth-century label of the Bibljoteka Julinska, bookplates of the Squire Library and the Warren H. Corning Collection; on pastedown, seventeenth-century ex libris of ‘Nobilis Francisci Fidelis’, prospective graduate in medicine at Leiden University. First German edition of the most celebrated and beautiful herbal ever published, issued only a year after the princeps. Here, many mistakes were corrected and five additional woodcuts were inserted, namely those depicting ‘Hunerbis’, ‘Spitziger Wegerich’, ‘klein Schlangen kraut’, ‘Knabenkrautweible’ and ‘Kuchens chell’. Leonhart Fuchs (1501-1566) was an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-10-29 11:49:00
Livy.; Beatus Rhenanus; Sigismund Gelen
Ex officina Michae¿lis Vascosani., Parisiis, Paris. 1543 - Full covntemporarys vellum with light soiling and a small loss to the leading edge of the upper board; dampstaining to upper edge of the Title Page and several pp. following, mostly to the border but little intrusiion into the Text pp.; Title Page + 1 p. Dedication to Paris Senate + 2 pp. Legendae by Simon Grynaeus Lectori + 7 pp. Elenchus regum, Dictatorum, Consulum, etc.; (1 ) blank + 84 pp. Index + (2) pp. blank + 349 pp. text + 30 pp. L. Flori Epitome quatuordecim Decadum Titi Patauini + new Title Page HENRICHI LORITI Glareani, patricii apud Helvetos, etc.dated MDXLII, Parisiis 66 pp.+ 70 pp. Chronologia. This large heavy volume has shipping negotiable. Additional digital images upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Wayne G. Kostman, Books
2015-10-06 20:30:30
Koran - Latin]. Bibliander, Theodor, ed.
[Basel, Johann Oporinus, Nikolaus Brylinger, 1543]. - 2 editions (1 in 3 parts) in 2 volumes. Folio (28 x 20 cm). The Qur'an and auxiliary texts with 3 title-pages and woodcut decorated initials (4 series). Set in roman types with extensive use of Greek and of two of the first italics to include sloped capitals. Lacking 1 preliminary leaf in part 1 and 2 preliminary leaves in part 3 (removed by anti-Lutheran censors). The Philo with Adam Petri's woodcut device on the title-page and in a different version above the colophon (both showing a hand with hammer and rock as anvil, with a head in a cloud blowing on it), woodcut decorated initials (5 series). Set in roman type with shoulder notes in italic and occasional words in Greek and (above the colophon) Hebrew. [21 of 23], [1 blank], 230, [9], [1 blank]; 142, [1 blank], [1]; [8], 178, [2 blank]; "163" [159 of 163], [1 blank] pp. Uniform, tanned sheepskin (ca. 1795), sewn on 6 cords, gold-tooled spines, each with an orange and a green spine label in the 2nd and 3rd of 7 compartments, blind fillets on sides, red paste-paper endpapers, red edges. - Bound with: (2) PHILO OF ALEXANDRIA. Philonis Judaei Alexandrini, libri [1] Antiquitatum. [2] Quaestionum et solutionnum in genesin. [3] De essaeis. [4] De nominibus Hebraicis. [5] De Mundo. Basel, Adam Petri, 1527. First Latin edition of the Quran and the second edition in any language (after Paganino's Arabic edition, Venice, 1537/38, which survives in only 1 copy), complete with the extensive commentaries (many attempting to refute Islamic teachings) and historical additions in par … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
2015-09-29 16:43:08
THEOPHYLACTE
Lutetiae Parisiorum [Parisiis] |(Paris): Apud Iohannem Roigny, 1543. Fine. Apud Iohannem Roigny, Lutetiae Parisiorum [Parisiis] (Paris) 1543, Fort-in 8 (11x16,5cm), (28f.) 396ff., relié. - Later edition, following the editio princeps published in 1534 by Jossius Bade. Translated from the Greek by Jean Oecanlampade. Initials. Modern vellum with flaps, spine titled in black. A commentary on the Gospels by Theophylact, an eleventh-century bishop of Bulgaria. Theophylact was made Archbishop (around 1088) of Ohrid in the Byzantine period, having been deacon of Santa Sophia. He was one of the only Byzantine writers to defend the Latins and reject the idea of schism. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, après l'édition princeps donnée en 1534 par Jossius Bade. Traduction du grec de Jean Oecanlampade. Lettrines. Reliure en plein parchemin moderne à rabats. Dos lisse et titre en lettres noires. Commentaire des Evangiles par Théophylacte, évèque de Bulgarie du XIe siècle. Rogné court en marge haute. Théophylacte était archevêque (vers 1088) d'Ohrid durant l'ère bysantine, il fut auparavant diacre de Sainte Sophie. C'est un des seuls écrivains bysantins à défendre les latins et rejetant l'idée du schisme.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
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2015-07-14 03:32:10
ALUNNO Francesco
Vinegia, in casa de Figliuoli di Aldo, 1543. In-4 p. (mm. 300x200), p. pergam. coeva, 225 cc.num., 1 c.nn., marca tipografica silografata al frontesp. e al verso dell?'ultima c. Come specifica il Gamba,179: ?"sono un dizionario delle sole voci e frasi usate dal Boccaccio, col riscontro dei Luoghi, ne?' quali se n?'è servito?". "Prima edizione" di questa importante opera del grammatico ferrarese Francesco Del Bailo, più noto col nome umanistico di Francesco Alunno (1484-1556), dedicata al Cardinale Alessandro Farnese. Cfr. Renouard,2, p. 127: ?"L?'ancre, tant à la fin que sur le titre, parait, pour la première fois, entourée d?'un ornement de pampre avec quatre tetes de Chimères. Première édition d?'un livre qui, dans son temps, fut en grande estimation, et eut un grand nombre de lecteurs?" - Adams,I, p. 28 - Graesse,I,88. Con fiorit. margin., peraltro un buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas
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2015-07-14 03:32:10
ALUNNO Francesco
in casa de Figliuoli di Aldo 1543 In - 4 p. (mm. 300x200), p. pergam. coeva, 225 cc.num., 1 c.nn., marca tipografica silografata al frontesp. e al verso dell?ultima c. Come specifica il Gamba,179: ?sono un dizionario delle sole voci e frasi usate dal Boccaccio, col riscontro dei Luoghi, ne? quali se n?è servito?. "Prima edizione" di questa importante opera del grammatico ferrarese Francesco Del Bailo, più noto col nome umanistico di Francesco Alunno (1484 - 1556), dedicata al Cardinale Alessandro Farnese. Cfr. Renouard,2, p. 127: ?L?ancre, tant à la fin que sur le titre, parait, pour la première fois, entourée d?un ornement de pampre avec quatre tetes de Chimères. Première édition d?un livre qui, dans son temps, fut en grande estimation, et eut un grand nombre de lecteurs? - Adams,I, p. 28 - Graesse,I,88. Con fiorit. margin., peraltro un buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2015-07-07 16:45:55
Rojas, Fernando de
Bernardino de Bendoni, Vinetia (Venice) 1543 - 16mo. CXIX (119) leaves. Contemporary full vellum, with handwritten title on spine. Engraved title page. Decorative initials. Early Venetian edition of "La Celestina" (as it is usually called after the leading character), a work entirely in dialogue which was originally published in 1499. Its author, Fernando de Rojas, was a descendant of converted Jews. He practiced law, and later in life, served as an alderman of Talavera de la Reina, an important commercial center near Toledo. The book is considered to be one of the greatest works of Spanish literature, and traditionally marks the end of medieval literature and the beginning of the literary renaissance in Spain. Although usually regarded as a novel, it is written as a continuous series of dialogues and can be taken as a play, having been staged as such and filmed. The story tells of a bachelor Calisto who uses the old procuress Celestina to start an affair with Melibea, an unmarried girl kept in seclusion by her parents. Though the two use the rhetoric of courtly love, sex not marriage is their aim. When he dies in an accident, she commits suicide. The name Celestina has become synonymous with procuress, especially an older woman used to further an illicit affair, and is a literary archetype of this character, the masculine counterpart being Pandarus. This work is delightfully illustrated with 17 woodcuts (including title), of which many are formed from the juxtaposition of five small distinct blocks portraying either a human figure or landscape feature. Vellum darkened. Pre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)
2015-06-21 11:31:08
Fuchs, Leonhard
Basel, 1543. 17.5 x 11.5 cm, Titelseite fehlt, 8 S. Index, 516 ganzseitige Holzschnitte mit lat. / deutscher Bildlegende, zeitgen. Pergamenteinband auf drei Bünden (fleckig), Schliessen fehlen, auf dem Rücken handschriftlicher Eintrag ' Herbarium', Vorsätze und Index - Seiten wasserfleckig, Buchblock an Anfang gelockert, eine S. ( Index ) lose
Bookseller: Antiquariat A. Wempe [Sarnen, Switzerland]
2015-06-15 16:18:48
ACCARISI, Alberto ( o Accarigi, Acarisio, Acharisio )
Stampato in Cento in casa de l'auttore del mese di zugno 1543 . 1543 In - 8vo, legatura coeva in piena pergamena floscia, cc. ( 4 ) 316 . Edizione originale . Legatura con qualche piccolo taglio ma molto ben conservata, ai risguardi qualche lavoro di tarlo, un po' piu' marcato a quello posteriore . Le carte sono bianche e croccanti, tranne una trentina che presentano un leggero arrossamento . Al frontespizio una firma di possesso in prossimita' del margine inferiore e una macchiolina di inchiostro all'angolo superiore . Leggerissima gora ai margini delle prime dieci carte, un'altra un po' piu' marcata all'angolo interno nelle carte 33 - 38 . Altra lieve gora al margine inferiore delle carte 69 - 73, 85 - 89, 241 - 245 e 293 - 297, che in alcuni casi labisce il testo . Due macchioline, forse residui cerosi, ai margini delle carte 156 e 157 . Rarissime e brevi note a margine, vergate a inchiostro, alcune per correggere un vocabolo del testo sul quale è stato tracciato un segnetto che non ne impedisce la lettura . Nel complesso un ottimo e fresco esemplare . Opera molto rara e filologicamente importante . Cf. Gamba 2753 ; Fumagalli p. 79 . "Rarissima cinquecentina e primo libro stampato a Cento . Si tratta del terzo vocabolario, in ordine di tempo, della lingua italiana, apparso dopo quello di Lucilio Minerbi del 1535 e quello di Fabricio Luna dell'anno seguente . Alberto Accarisi nacque a Cento verso la fine del '400, frequento' l'Ateneo di Bologna dove consegui' la laurea in legge nel 1520 . Inizio' quindi la professione di notaio nella citta' natale, diventando in breve te … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Arcoveggio
2015-06-11 18:52:50
Piccolomini Alessandro
Apud Hieronymum Scotum, Venetijs, 1543. In-8° (160x120mm), cc. 274, (5), legatura antica in p. pergamena flessibile con unghiature. Capilettera abitati incisi in xilografia. Indice e registro finali. Antica firma al titolo. Annotazioni antiche al risguardo. Qualche macchiolina alla pergamena. Diffusi aloni, macchioline ad alcune pp. e tracce d'uso. Note antiche al margine di alcune cc. Prima edizione di uno dei maggiori trattati dell'umanista senese, sorta di manuale d'istruzione per i giovani gentiluomini spaziante dalla filosofia (di orientamento aristotelico) all'etica, dal pensiero politico all'economia alla cura della famiglia, dalla retorica alla poetica alla musica. Il Piccolomini (Siena, 1508-ivi, 1579) fu letterato, ecclesiastico, commediografo di buon livello, poeta, lettore di filosofia morale a Padova, membro dell'Accademia degli Infiammati, divulgatore, traduttore e commentatore di Aristotele in volgare, nonché volgarizzatore di altri classici, da Senofonte a Ovidio a Virgilio. Adams, P-1107. STC Italian, p. 513. Brunet, IV, 632. Graesse, VIII, 281. Fétis, VII, 51. Gamba, 1577 (nota): E una delle Opere più pregevoli e meglio scritte del Piccolomini. Olschki, Choix, 1806. EDIT16 CNCE 31675. Italiano [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2015-05-27 15:38:15
Dioscorides Pedanius, of Anazarbos
Lugduni: Sub scuto Coloniensi [colophon: excudebant Ioannes & Franciscum Frellonii, fratres] 16mo (13.2 cm, 5.25"). [32], 617, [49] pp.. 1543 Attractive, pocket-sized edition of this enduringly influential classical work on herbalism and pharmacology, listing the medicinal effects of hundreds of different plants known to the ancient Greeks and Romans. The text, which was translated into Latin by Jean Ruel and first printed in that translation in 1516, appears here almost entirely in italic with the index and some headers in roman; some shouldernotes are in Greek. Printing and the Mind of Man notes that "it is no exaggeration to say that from its publication until well into the seventeenth century . . . all botanical studies were based on this book, and the greater part of any new botanical matter published during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries was in the form of a commentary on Dioscorides. Contemporary vellum, spine with hand-inked title and publication information; vellum darkened and creased with small chips to spine, ties now lacking. Front hinge (inside) neatly reinforced; front free endpaper with shadows of erased pencilled annotations; title-page with "No. ii" inked in an early hand above the title. Pages age-toned, with a few corners chipped or dog-eared. => A nice little 16th-century example of this important text.
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
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2015-05-27 15:38:15
Dioscorides Pedanius, of Anazarbos
Lugduni: Sub scuto Coloniensi [colophon: excudebant Ioannes & Franciscum Frellonii, fratres] 16mo (13.2 cm, 5.25"). [32], 617, [49] pp.. 1543 Attractive, pocket-sized edition of this enduringly influential classical work on herbalism and pharmacology, listing the medicinal effects of hundreds of different plants known to the ancient Greeks and Romans. The text, which was translated into Latin by Jean Ruel and first printed in that translation in 1516, appears here almost entirely in italic with the index and some headers in roman; some shouldernotes are in Greek. Printing and the Mind of Man notes that "it is no exaggeration to say that from its publication until well into the seventeenth century . . . all botanical studies were based on this book, and the greater part of any new botanical matter published during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries was in the form of a commentary on Dioscorides. Contemporary vellum, spine with hand-inked title and publication information; vellum darkened and creased with small chips to spine, ties now lacking. Front hinge (inside) neatly reinforced; front free endpaper with shadows of erased pencilled annotations; title-page with "No. ii" inked in an early hand above the title. Pages age-toned, with a few corners chipped or dog-eared. => A nice little 16th-century example of this important text.
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2015-05-13 05:35:42
Valerius Maximus
Parisiis: Ex officina Simonis Colinaei 16mo. 273, [15] ff.. 1543 This work, frequently called Dicta et facta memorabilia, presents historical anecdotes for students of rhetoric to use when embellishing speeches. These have been arranged into sections devoted to various virtues or vices that the narratives illustrate. Valerius Maximus (fl. C.E. 27), was well connected with the most prominent literary circles of the day and was a proponent of Roman supremism — his commentaries suggesting that, while the Romans of his day were a degenerate lot, they still far exceeded the other peoples of the world in morality. His language is more colorful and his anecdotes are less refined and sanitized than those of other writers of the era. Valerius was very popular in the Middle Ages, and his popularity continued through the 16th century. The editio princeps of Valerius was issued in Strassburg ca. 1470, with many other editions to follow. This is either the first or the second pocket edition issued by Colines: there is a reputed 24mo edition of 1533 in St. Catherine's College, Cambridge. Colines also issued issued this work in 1543 in octavo format. The "[t]itle is within the Colines's 'Figura architectonica' border" specifically designed for this series of 16mo Classics and the "[t ]ext [is] in italic, roman for headings and index; capital spaces with guide-letters" (Schreiber). Provenance: Engraved oval bookplate of Charles Abbott, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn. Searches of NUC and WorldCat locate only six copies in U.S. libraries. 19th-century tan calf in a plain style of the 16th century; … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2015-03-30 12:21:36
RICCI (Michele)
In Vinegia. Appresso Vincenzo Vaugris al segno d'Erasmo, 1543. FIRST EDITION of this translation. 8vo, 156 x 102 mms., foliated, 90, [6], with contemporary name on title-page , printer's ornament on title-page and repeated on verso of last leaf but two, contemporary or slightly later calf, with panels in blind on each cover, with initials "W S" within panels, green morocco label with spine and label neatly restored and laid down; no front paste-down end-paper,some slight soiling of title-page and next leaf, but a very good to fine copy. Michele Riccio (1445 - 1515) was a historian, jurist, and an ambassador, a disciple of Pietro Pietro Summonte. The text of his lives of various European kings and rulers is preceded by a preface written by the translator, Marco Antonio Giustiniano. It is possible that the volume belonged to William Seymour (1588 - 1660). The same initial appear on a copy of Musica Transalpina (1588) at the Folger Shakespeare Library, but on a more elaborate binding. In his book-length study Patrons and Musicians of the English Renaissance (1981), the scholar David C. Price [no relation] suggests that "the initials 'W. S.' stamped on the Folger copy of Musica transalpina [might imply] that it belonged to the William Seymour who married Lady Arabella Stuart, a ward of the Talbots, in 1610." The William Seymour to whom David Price refers was the son of Lord Beauchamp, and was later the 2nd Duke of Somerset. The Wikipedia entry on Seymour asserts that he was a scholar. If in fact Seymour owned this volume, he appears here to have been reading up on the lives of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2015-03-11 21:04:45
[Koran - Latin]. Bibliander, Theodor, ed.
[Basel, Johann Oporinus, Nikolaus Brylinger, 1543].. 2 editions (1 in 3 parts) in 2 volumes. Folio (28 x 20 cm). The Qur'an and auxiliary texts with 3 title-pages and woodcut decorated initials (4 series). Set in roman types with extensive use of Greek and of two of the first italics to include sloped capitals. Lacking 1 preliminary leaf in part 1 and 2 preliminary leaves in part 3 (removed by anti-Lutheran censors). The Philo with Adam Petri's woodcut device on the title-page and in a different version above the colophon (both showing a hand with hammer and rock as anvil, with a head in a cloud blowing on it), woodcut decorated initials (5 series). Set in roman type with shoulder notes in italic and occasional words in Greek and (above the colophon) Hebrew. [21 of 23], [1 blank], 230, [9], [1 blank]; 142, [1 blank], [1]; [8], 178, [2 blank]; "163" [159 of 163], [1 blank] pp. Uniform, tanned sheepskin (ca. 1795), sewn on 6 cords, gold-tooled spines, each with an orange and a green spine label in the 2nd and 3rd of 7 compartments, blind fillets on sides, red paste-paper endpapers, red edges. - Bound with: (2) PHILO OF ALEXANDRIA. Philonis Judaei Alexandrini, libri [1] Antiquitatum. [2] Quaestionum et solutionnum in genesin. [3] De essaeis. [4] De nominibus Hebraicis. [5] De Mundo. Basel, Adam Petri, 1527.. First Latin edition of the Quran and the second edition in any language (after Paganino's Arabic edition, Venice, 1537/38, which survives in only 1 copy), complete with the extensive commentaries (many attempting to refute Islamic teachings) and historical additions in par … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2015-02-21 15:57:45
Tagault, Jean.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2015-02-21 15:57:45
Tagault, Jean.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2015-02-02 20:39:49
SOFOCLE.
apud Io.Baptistam à Burgofrancho Papiensem 1543 Testo latino. Opera dedicata dallo stampatore a Mario Savorgnano. Cm.15,9x10,2. Pg.366, numerate solo al recto. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida, con piccolo restauro al capitello superiore. Marca tipografica al frontespizio e, a piena pagina, all'ultima carta. Alcuni capilettera incisi. Minima tarlatura che interessa il margine inferiore, senza inficiare il testo. Esemplare su carta solida, ben impresso e conservato. Alcune chiose manoscritte e cancellate al frontespizio. Il volume contiene le tragedie "Aiax Flagellifer", "Electra", "Oedipus Tyrannus", "Antigone", "Oedipus in Colono", "Trachiniae", "Philoctetes". Rara edizione latina delle sette tragedie di Sofocle.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2015-01-25 15:27:20
THOU, J.
A.
de. Historiarum sui temporis ab anno Domini 1543. usque ad annum 1607. libri CXXXVIII. quorum LXXX priores multo quam ante hac auctiores, reliqui vero LVIII nunc primum prodeunt, opus in tres tomos divisum. Accedunt commentariorum de vita sua libri ex hactenus inediti. Editio summa cura, labore, et diligentia, praefixis singulis libris summariis, ut& in margine notis rerum memorabilium seriem annotantibus, adornata. 1-4. Frankfurt, Egenolphi Emmelii, 1625-28. Folio. (11),+ (blank),+ 1123; 70, 67-368, 371-534,+ (89); 1242,+ (49); (4),+ 880 pp. First title printed in red and black. Foxing and some spotting throughout, some more browning in part two. A minor hole with loss of letters in part one pp. 881-882 and in part 4 pp. 447-448. Contemporary blind stamped full vellum, spines with raised bands and hand written titles in ink, boards with blind stamped frames and with fleurons in the middle, red edges. Partly preserved ties. Three volumes. Old owner's signature in part one, with ink annotations on front fly leaf and on two inserted leaves in part one. From the library of Biby mansion in Södermanland, with a minor note by Ulric Celsing on rear paste down to volume one. An index (10) ll. in part four is missing. VD17 23:231039P. Second complete edition of de Thou's history of his own time, covering the period 1543-1607 and an important source to France history during the Huguenot wars. It was first published in parts between 1606 and 1608. The first complete edition was published by Pierre Dupuy and Nicolas Rigault in 1620, three years after the death of de Thou, and of which … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2015-01-12 17:54:14
THEOPHYLACTE
New edition, after the first edition given in 1534 by Jossius Baden. Greek translation of John Oecanlampade. Lettrines.Plein modern parchment flaps. Smooth spine and title noires.Commentaire letters of the Gospels by Theophylact, bishop of Bulgaria the eleventh century. Cropped short high margin. Theophylact was Archbishop (to 1088) Ohrid during the Byzantine era, he was ly the deacon of St. Sophia. This is one of the few writers Byzantines to defend the Latin and rejecting the idea of schism. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Apud Iohannem Roigny Parisiis (Paris) 1543 Fort-in 8 (11x16,5cm) (28f.) 396ff. relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2014-12-19 18:12:27
Valla, Laurentius
Basel, apud Henricum Petrum, 1543.. Folio (303 x 190 mm). (8) leaves, 10010 (i. e. 1014) p., (1) leaf.First edition, second issue (sheets of the 1540 edition with new title-page, conjugate leaf a8, and colophon-leaf); still the best edition, reprinted in 1962.First two leaves with little tears in outer blank margin, but a fine copy.Contemporary blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards, lacking clasps: panel-stamps of Justitia on front and Lucretia on back cover, surrounded by two rolls (Luther, Erasmus, Huss, Melanchthon and Fortiudo, Caritas, Fides). Upper joint splitted in upper first compartment.Provenance: ex libris Sixtus Henricpetri on lower margin of title-page. Sixtus Henricpetri (1547-1579), son of Henricus Petri, and printer himself. Worked in the printing shop of his father, and printed books under his own name and with his device between 1567 and 1572. Exlibris Gottlieb Friedlaender (1805-1878, German librarian and scholar) on paste-down.Hieronymus, Petri/Schwabe, no. 281; VD16 V 201; Adams V 153; Graesse VII, 250.Photos see www.dinter.de, Liste 28, no. 33.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Jürgen Dinter GbR
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2014-12-18 01:06:59
Postel, Guillaume:
Paris, Petrus Gromorsus for G. Postel, 1543.. First edition. 8vo. a-f8 g6: 54 leaves (g6 blank). Woodcut printer's device on title and woodcut initials, ruled in red throughout, occasional light spotting. Early 19th-century calf gilt by Antoine Chaumont, Paris; covers with triple gilt fillets, flat spine with morocco lettering-piece and repeated crucifix tool, gilt board edges, gilt turn-ins with foliate roll, gilt edges, extremities lightly rubbed, joints starting. Chaumont was "one of the most important of the 1800-20 binders" (Ramsden, French Bookbinders, p. 52).Claude Postel, Les escrits de G. Postel, part 2, p. 48f.; Adams P-2053..
Bookseller: Antiquariat Jürgen Dinter GbR
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2014-12-03 10:56:42
CONTARENUS (CONTARINI) Gasp. (Cardinalis)
Parisiis, ex officina Michaelis Vascosani, 1543. In-8 p. (mm. 225x155), cartonato rustico mod., tagli dorati, 6 cc.nn., 115 pp.num., ornato da grandi capilett. su fondo criblé in silografia; testo in corsivo. "Prima edizione latina postuma". Cfr. Adams,I,p. 311 - Brunet,II,242: ?"L?'ouvrage le plus répandu est son traité "De Magistratibus.." imprimé d?'abord à Paris, et souvent réimpr. depuis?". ?"Gasparo Contarini (1483-1542), di famiglia patrizia veneta tra le più antiche e illustri della Repubblica.. Il suo trattato "De Magistratibus.." descrive con precisione le istituzioni della Repubblica a lettori non veneziani. E quest?'opera - affermando e diffondendo attraverso l?'Europa del Cinque e Seicento il mito di Venezia - assicurò al suo autore grande fama?". Così Diz. Biograf. degli Italiani,XXVIII, pp.172-192. Pesante alone (che si attenua sempre più) ai risg. e al marg. inf. delle prime 16 carte; antico restauro a 1 c. di Indice per strappo; lieviss. fiorit. o ingialliture interc. nel t. altrim. un buon esemplare marginoso.
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2014-11-29 07:20:32
BOCCACCIO Giovanni
Vinegia,: per Bartolomio da Lodrone detto l’Imperatore, e Francesco Venetiano, 1543. Vinegia, per Bartolomio da Lodrone detto l’Imperatore, e Francesco Venetiano, 1543. In-16 p. (mm. 153x101), p. pelle ottocentesca con eleganti decorazioni e cornici a secco ai piatti, dorso a cordoni, tagli rossi, 28 cc.nn. (l’ultima è bianca), compreso il bel frontespizio in cornice silografica. Cfr. Brunet,I,1011 che cita varie edizioni di questo “petit roman qui, selon l’Académie de la Crusca, est mal à propos attribué à Boccace” - Sander,I,1098 - Gamba,1053 per altre edizioni, non la nostra - Bacchi della Lega “Opere di Boccaccio”, pp. 135-136: “L’Urbano, anziché del Boccaccio, si vuole (tra gli altri dal Poggiali) sia lavoro di Giovanni de’ Bonsignori da Città di Castello, volgarizzatore delle ‘Metamorfosi d’Ovidio’, che ne avrebbe preso l’argomento dal "Libro Imperiale" di un Cambio di Stefano, suo compatriotta, non altro scambiando che i nomi di diversi personaggi introdotti. Al contrario, secondo lo Zambrini, Cambio di Stefano sarebbe il vero autore dell’Urbano (trasformazione del ‘Libro Imperiale’)”. Esemplare ben conservato.
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2014-11-18 16:14:22
VALERIUS MAXIMUS
Paris: Simon Colinaeus, 1543. ff. 236; (xvi)(index) pages. Woodcut vignette on title-page. Ownership inscriptions on endpapers and title-page which has a damp stain, also some lighter staining to early leaves and towards the end. Small tear to lower margin of aiiii not affecting the text. Modern half calf marbled boards. A sound copy. Adams, 107. Good. 8vo.. Book.
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2014-10-08 08:43:55
Cavalca, Domenico
Venice, 1543. Paperback. Very Good. Three works by Domenico Cavalca (1270-1342), 1543. 16mo bound in old or original vellum, minor library marks else very good with what appears to be a later front pastedown and no rear flyleaf; some worming to the final section. Separate title pages, each featuring the same engraving; a few engraved initials. Title scripted on spine in an old hand. Rare, with no copies of this particular edition on OCLC. Cavalca was a Dominican friar who settled in Pisa and devoted much of his life to the moral education of women. Toward the end of his life he founded the convent of Santa Marta in Pisa.
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2014-10-02 20:33:14
Herodian - Herodianus:
Basileae (Basel), Henrichvm Petrvm, (1543).. Kl.-8°. 12 n.n. Bll. + 647 + 1 S. Blindgeprägter OLd. auf drei Bünden, sowie mit zwei Orig.Schließen.. In latein. und griech. Sprache, zweispaltig gedruckt. Im Monat März gedruckt, mit einigen Initialen. VD 16 ZV 7797. Mit der Druckermarke. - Mit einigen Besitzeinträgen a. V., T. und Schnitt, Ebd. etw. berieben, hds. Titelei a. R., Gbrsp. Gutes Expl. - Herodians römische Geschichte umfasst den Zeitraum zwischen dem Tode Marc Aurels 180 n. Chr. bis zum Antritt Gordians III. im Jahre 238. (Sprache: Lateinisch)
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2014-09-28 20:38:44
PALUD (Pierre de la) ].
- 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-8. 1). 4ff. 292ff. chiffrés. 2). 40ff. chiffrés. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs orné (reliure du 17e siècle). 1). Très rare édition, apparemment non répertoriée, de ces sermons pour le Carême du patriarche de Jérusalem et dominicain français Pierre de la Palud (1277-1342). Les sermons de la Palud eut un grand succès au 15e siècle et il en existe un certain nombre d'éditions incunables. L'auteur qui était administrateur de l'évêché de Nicosie (Chypre), avait notamment plaidé la cause des chrétiens de Palestine auprès du sultan d'Egypte et, n'ayant rien obtenu, il s'était déclaré en faveur d'une nouvelle croisade. Joli bois gravé sur le titre et un feuillet illustré à pleine page de 4 charmantes gravures sur bois représentant des scènes de piété. 2). Première Edition publiée en France, de cet ouvrage théologique sur la Passion du Christ, composé par le théologien hollandais Antoine Broickwy de Koninckstein (1470-1541). Très bon exemplaire, agréablement relié. 1). et 2). Manquent au catalogue de la Bibliothèque Nationale et au NUC. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2014-09-26 21:08:56
Herodianus
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2014-09-25 16:17:33
Koran. -
(Basel, Johann Oporinus 1543).. 2 Teile (von 3) in 1 Band. 30,5x21 cm. 1 Blatt, S. 7-163; 4 Bl., 178 S. Mit einigen Holzschnittinitialen. Schweinslederband auf Holzdeckeln mit blindgeprägten Rollstempelverzierung auf Vorder- und Rückendeckel.. Vergleiche VD 16, K 2583. - Adams M 1889. - 3. bzw. 2. Teil der "Machumetis Sarracenorum principis vita ac doctirina omnis, quae & Ismaahelitarum lex, & Alcoranum dicitur", der ersten gedruckten Koranübersetzung überhaupt. 4. oder 5. Druck im Jahr der ersten Ausgabe. Hier ohne den ersten Teil mit der Koranübersetzung. - Die vorliegenden Teile mit einer Sammlung von Texten über den Islam und den Koran von Guillaume Postel, Juan Luis Vives, Raffaello Maffei, Girolamo Saonarola, Bartolomeo Picerno, Philipp Melanchthon, Paolo Giovio d. Ae., Francesco Negro und Jacopo Sadoleto. Übleicherweise sind in umgekehrter Reihenfolge gebunden. - Es fehlt die Vorrede von Martin Luther in der 'Historiae Saraconerum', die den meisten Exemplaren in katholischen Gegenden aus Zensurgründen entfernt wurden. Es handelt sich dabei um die gleiche Vorrede, die Luther in Ausgabe von 'Libellus de ritu et moribus Turcorum' verwendet hat. - Unser Exemplar, mit Ausnahme des fehlenden 1. Teils, identisch mit der von Zisska & Kistner in der Auktion 19/I, 774 beschriebenen Variante. - Aus Furcht vor der Zensur erschienen die Drucke ohne Angabe von Ort und Verlag und ohne Impressum. Das grosse Interesse am Thema, nicht nur an der Übersetzung von Biliander, sondern auch an den hier vorliegenden Texten, liess Oporinus das Risiko einer Verfolgung durch die Zensurbehörde e … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-09-20 03:55:22
TARTAGLIA, Niccolò
Stampato in Vinegia per Venturino Rossinelli ad instantia e requisitione de Guilielmo de Monferra, & de Pietro di Facolo 154 TARTAGLIA, Niccolò. Euclide Megarense philosopho, solo introduttore 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 comune commodo & utilita in volgar tradotto, con una ampla espositione dello istesso tradottore di novo aggionta. Talmente chiara, che ogni mediocre ingegno, senza la notitia, ouer suffragio di alcun'altra scientia con facilita, sera capace a' poterlo intendere. Stampato in Vinegia per Venturino Rossinelli ad instantia e requisitione de Guilielmo de Monferra, & de Pietro di Facolo, M.D. XLIII (1543). In - folio, pergamena molle coeva. CCXXIX, (1) ff., grande xilografia sul colophon e sul verso del foglio finale, e molti schemi geometrici incisi in legno nei margini bianchi di quasi tutti i fogli. La traduzione e il commento è di Niccolò Tartaglia, uno dei matematici più noti del 16 ° secolo, che qui ha aggiunto la sua prefazione, commento e panegirico sulla utilità della matematica. Secondo Stillman Drake, Galileo at Work, pp. 2 - 4, è probabilmente questa traduzione che è stato utilizzato da Galileo. "Traduzione italiana di Tartaglia di Euclide - la prima traduzione pubblicata degli Elementi in qualsiasi lingua viva d'Europa - è stato un evento di grande importanza per il progresso della matematica, e in effetti di tutte scienze applicate per la prima volta il tesoro principale di rigorosa matematica. r … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-09-05 15:17:03
BIBLE, ERASME (Didier) ou Desiderius Erasmus
Parisiis, Veneunt apud Jacobum Bogardum, 1543 (Excudebat Carola Guillard [Charlotte Guillard], via ad diuum Iacobum, sub aureo), 1543.. 2 parties reunies en un volume in-8, plein veau, dos a 5 nerfs orne (rel. leg. posterieure), (12), 228 f. et 168, (12) f. [sign. aa8, bb4, a-z8, A- E8, F4, Aa-Yy8, Zz4], texte sur 2 colonnes grec/latin. Premiere tirage de cette bible humaniste greco-latine, traduite, etablie et commentee par Erasme, imprimee par la premiere femme imprimeur en France, Charlotte Guillard, dont ce livre est donne comme l'un des chefs d'oeuvre. Le verso du titre comporte une lettre d'Erasme au pape Leon X, suivi de la dedicace d'Erasme a celui-ci et 'Des. Erasmi Roterodami apologia' (7 f.) Charlotte Guillard (1480-1557) avait ete mariee a Berthold Rembolt, qui ouvrit, associe a Ulrich Gering, la premiere imprimerie a Paris, a l'enseigne du "Soleil d'Or". A la mort de son mari en 1519, elle reprit l'imprimerie, se remaria en 1520 avec le libraire et humaniste Claude Chevallon. Veuve a nouveau en 1537, sans enfants, elle s'associa a ses neveux dont Jacques Bogard. Renouvelant fond et auteurs, elle sut faire du "Soleil d'Or" (repris sous son propre nom) l'une des maisons d'edition les plus prosperes de Paris. Premiere femme imprimeur en France, elle est, avec Jeanne de Marnef, Emee Toussaint et Yolande Bonhomme, l'une des rares femmes qui exercerent cette profession au XVIe siecle. "Par sa longue carriere, par l'importance de son entreprise sur le plan editorial et intellectuel, par la qualite de sa production, Charlotte Guillard apparait comme une figure majeure … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-08-12 04:39:55
ESTIENNE, Robert.
Buisson p. 2; Renouard 3; WorldCat (4 copies); cf. Updike, I, p. 204, note (not specifying an ed.); for the types: Vervliet, Conspectus 377, 378, 396, 399 (Hebrew, illustrating the 1543 ed.), 352 (Greek), 51, 106, 143 (roman); Vervliet, Palaeotypography, pp. 105-160, types 1, 2, 4, 15, 23, 25, 26, 27 (illustrating the 1543 ed.); not in Adams; Audin, Livrets typographiques; Birrell & Garnett; BMC STC French; Philologia orientalis; Schreiber. Third edition, showing the beautiful Hebrew types introduced in the second edition (1543), of Robert Estienne's handy little guide to Hebrew, intended mainly as a primer for scholars learning the language but especially valuable today as a specimen of his types. The book's pages progress from right to left, as in a Hebrew book. It includes complete alphabets of the meruba Hebrew and the smaller rabbinical Hebrew.Robert Estienne (ca. 1503-1559), the greatest scholarly printer and publisher of the French golden age, worked at Paris from 1526 to 1550 and at Geneva from 1550 to 1559. He published a combined guide to Greek and Hebrew in 1528, but expanded both parts for separate publication in 1539. The 1539 Alphabetum Hebraicum introduced the present rabbinical Hebrew type, but its meruba Hebrew was a rather poor type that he abandoned in the second edition (1543), where he introduced three new meruba Hebrews, all used again in the present edition. All three were cut in-house for Estienne ca. 1539-1542 by Jean Arnoul, also known as Picard le jeune (ca. 1510/15?-ca. 1545). Although Picard's name is little known today, no doubt due in part to … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-07-19 01:08:48
Paul III., Papst.
[Nürnberg, Johann Petreius?], 1543.. (16) SS. (a4, B4). Mit 2 Holzschnittinitialen. Marmorbroschur. 4to.. Einer von vier Drucken im selben Jahr. Interessanter Briefwechsel zwischen Papst Paul III. und Kaiser Karl V. in Zusammenhang mit den europäischen Kriegen der Reformationszeit im Vorfeld des Konzils von Trient. - Das VD 16 gibt für diesen Druck (mit diesem Titel) nur 6 Bll. an, wogegen der vorliegende 8 Bll. umfaßt (die einzige vom VD 16 genannte Fassung mit 8 Bll., ein Straßburger Druck, weicht am Titel in Orthographie und Zeilenfall ab). Stellenweise unbedeutend fleckig. - Vgl. VD 16, K 357 (= D 1117).
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2014-06-19 05:43:23
Cavalca, Domenico
Venice: Three works by Domenico Cavalca (1270-1342), 1543. 16mo bound in old or original vellum, minor library marks else very good with what appears to be a later front pastedown and no rear flyleaf; some worming to the final section. Separate title pages, each featuring the same engraving; a few engraved initials. Title scripted on spine in an old hand. Rare, with no copies of this particular edition on OCLC. Cavalca was a Dominican friar who settled in Pisa and devoted much of his life to the moral education of women. Toward the end of his life he founded the convent of Santa Marta in Pisa. Very Good. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
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2014-06-08 13:49:44
Demosthenes:
Augsburg, Steiner 1543.. Mit gr. Titelholzschnitt und 1 Holzschnitt. 2 unnum., 22 num. Bll. HPrgt. um 1800, mit kalligraphischem Deckeltitel. Folio.. VD16 D 549; Musper L 177; Muther 1122; Schweiger I, 90. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe der Orationes contra Philippum, der sogen. Philippika, übersetzt von Hieronymus Boner. Der schöne Titelholzschnitt von L. Beck aus dem Theuerdank, der Holzschnitt auf Bl. 1 vom Petrarcameister aus dem Cicero mit geänderter Beschriftung. - Einband nachgedunkelt, gering berieben und bestoßen. Etwas stockfleckig, kl. Wurmgang, tls. mit geringem Buchstabenverlust.
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2014-03-09 19:59:41
Bernardus Claraevallensis
Venetiis apud Bernardinum de Bindonis, 1543,. Alter PBd., 310 fol., 16° mit handschriftlicher Pappschildchen auf Rücken. Einfache Initialverzierung im Text. Handschriftliche Besitzeranmerkung auf Titel. Handschriftliche Anmerkungen auf letzten Seiten u. Nachsatzplatz beigefügt. Einband etwas berieben u. gelockert; Seiten stellenweise gering beschmutzt u. auf Rändern eingerissen. Kopschnitt leicht abgegriffen. Ansonst wohlerhaltenes Exemplar. Sehr gut erhalten. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. Please notify beforehand, if you want to visit us and see a specific book. Unser ZVAB-Bücher-Bestand befindet sich in unserem Lager am Stadtrand Prags, nicht in unserem Geschäft. Bitte, teilen Sie uns vorher mit wenn Sie uns besuchen möchten und bestimmtes Buch auswählen wollten *.
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2014-02-22 11:45:50
[Francois II. von Frankreich] - (Salet, d.i. [Salel, Hugues]).
(Lyon, chez le Prince), [1543/44].. (8) SS. Mit Wappenvignette in Holzschnitt am Titel. Buntpapier-Heftstreifenrücken. 8vo.. Das einzige nachweisbare Exemplar eines hochseltenen Festbüchleins auf die Geburt und Taufe des Herzogs Franz, erstgeborenen Sohns des Dauphins (und ab 1547 König) Heinrich II. und der Katharina de Medici. Auf das mit "Salet" gezeichnete Lobgedicht (als dessen Verfasser gemeinhin der Dichter Hugues Salel, 1504-53, betrachtet wird) folgt noch eine Beschreibung des Festzugs zur Taufe. Der am 19. Januar 1544 (nach geltendem Osterjahresanfang: 1543) geborene Herzog, benannt nach seinem Großvater, dem regierendem König von Frankreich, sollte selbst mit 15 Jahren die Krone erben; 1558 heiratete er Mary, Queen of Scots, starb aber bereits 1560. - Die einzige andere bekannte Ausgabe des 16. Jhs. ist die bei Jacques Nyverd gedruckte, welche Brunet und Graesse anführen und die auch als einzige in der Bibliotheque Nationale gehalten wird. - Gering gebräunt; minimaler Wasserrand im unteren Rand. - Vgl. Graesse IV, S. 649. Brunet IV, 19. Nicht im BM-STC French.
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2014-02-21 15:35:44
. Bei dieser Bibel handelt es sich um eine Ausgabe von Hans Lufft, Wittenberg, 1543. Sie ist in einem Ledereinband auf 7 Bünden mit Rollstempelverzierung aus der Entstehungszeit gebunden. Der Einband ist allerdeings stark berieben und abgegriffen und deshalb ist die Verzierung ist kaum mehr sichtbar. Der Einband war ursprünglich mit Eckbeschlägen und Schließen versehen, die aber fehlen. Lediglich die Druckstellen lassen darauf schließen, daß die Beschläge und Schließen einmal vorhanden waren. Der Drucksatz ist einspaltig, der Satzspiegel ist etwa 18 X 28 cm. Die Anfangsinitialen der einzelnen Bücher und Absätze sind kunstvoll floral und von Holzstöcken (2,5 x 2,5 cm und 4,5 x 4,5 cm) gedruckt. Die 117 Abb. (10,8 cm x 14,7 cm) stammen ausschließlich von Lucas Cranach. Die Wissenschaft geht davon aus, daß es sich dabei um Lucas Cranach den Älteren handelt. Die Ausschmückungen der Bibel sind besonders kunstvoll gestaltet, da diese Bibel auf der Frühjhahsmesse in Leipzig ausgestellt wurde. Zum Zustand der Seiten: Einige wenige Seiten und einige wenige Abb. sind nur noch als Fragmente erhalten. Die meisten Seiten aber sind in einem altersäßig guten Zustand, manchmal allerdings etwas wasserrandig. Der Schnitt ist durch Verschmutzung ziemlich dunkel. Der Einband ist fest und auch der Buchblock mit allen Seiten ist fest eingebunden. Für weitere Fragen zum Zustand und Inhalt dieser Bibel stehen wir Ihnen jederzeit gern zur Verfügung..
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2014-02-18 19:04:39
Antoninus Archipraesul Florentinus (1389-1459, Dominikaner u. seit 1446 Erzbischof von Florenz)
Lyon 1543 'sub signo Sphaerae apud Aegidium & Jacobum Huguetan fratres' in folio (31x21 cm).. Zweispalt. Druck mit vielen großen u. kl. Initialen, teilweise a fonds cribles, 3 Tit.bl. (sich wiederh.) mit Rot- u. Schwarzdruck, eingefaßt von einer üppigen floralen Bordüre, gez. von G. Leroy u. erstmals v. Giunta 1529 verwendet, m. im Rankenw. spielenden Putten (abgeb. bei Baudrier VI 133 bis), dazu der Himmelsglobus in Gottes Hand mit griech. Textlegende als Dr.-Marke (abgeb. Baudrier XI 316 = Silvestre 179), in fine v. vol. II u. III die ganz seltene große Dr.-Marke mit der zum Abschuß gestarteten Kanone u. der auf dem Geschütz- Lauf angebracht. tiefsinnig. Textlegende "Terrebo sine percussero" (abgeb. Baudrier XI 315). Einschl. Tit.bl.: 14 nnff (letztes Bl weiß), 173 ff, letztes f weiß (oder m. Dr.-Marke?) fehlt (so auch bei Baudr.); 9 ff (letztes Bl weiß - fehlt), 198 ff, 6 nnff; 14 nnff, 212, (1) ff. In vol I die ersten 3 Bl mit kleinem Loch (ganz unbedeut. Buchstabenverl.) u. in vol II d. letzten 4 Bl im weißen Rand angerändert, ganz minim. Unterstreich. u. Marginalien, vereinz. schmutz- u. wasserfleckig, u. im ganzen etwas unfrisch, trotzdem gut. 3 braune zeitgen. Ldbde m. goldverz. Rücken nebst goldgepr. Rtitel, auf Vdeckel verso jeweils das Exlibris des Dominikanerklosters Haverstock Hill, London. - Fehlende Vorsätze wurden inzwischen erneuert, wie auch die in fine von Bd I eventuell fehlende große Druckermarke durch eine Kopie ersetzt worden ist..
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2014-02-16 17:32:09
Erasmus von Rotterdam, Desiderius:
Basel, Brylinger, 1543.. 2 Blatt, 326 (recte 376) Seiten, 10 Blatt (davon 1 weißes und 2 mit Druckermarke). Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband auf Holzdeckeln mit intakten Metallschließen. - Angebunden: Vives, Juan Luis: De conscribendis epistolis / Ioannis Ludovici Vivis Valentinii libellus uere' aureus. Des. Erasmi Roterodami Compendium, postremo iam ab eodem recognitum. Conradi Celtis Methodus. Christopheri Hegendorfini Methodus. Basel, Balthasar Lasium, Mense Martio, anno 1539. 153 Seiten, 7 Blatt.. *Sammelband mit 2 Titeln: I. Bezzel I, 620; VD 16 E 2521. - Frühe Abhandlung über die Kunst des Briefeschreibens, sie ist eine der ersten und erfolgreichsten Schriften des Erasmus. Im Manuskript bereits 1498 für einen englischen Schüler verfasst, erfolgte die erste rechtmäßige von Erasmus initiierte Druckausgabe 1522 in Basel. Der "mit Abstand umfang- und einflußreichste" Briefsteller seiner Zeit (Kindler) war schon zu Lebzeiten von Erasmus ein Bestseller, es gab bereits im 16. Jahrhundert ca. 80 Ausgaben. Hier eine noch frühe in Basel gedruckte Ausgabe. - II. VD 16 V 1820. Bezzel 263. Van der Haeghen III, 62. Buisson 676. - Juan Luis Vives (1492-1540) war einer der berühmtesten spanischen Humanisten und Pädagogen. - Erstes Titelblatt mit 2 alten Klosterstempeln, 2 Blatt mit zeitgenöss. Randnotizen. Letztes Blatt (Druckermarke) des zweiten Titels mit sauber restauriertem Einriß (kaum zu sehen). Auf dem Rückendeckel ist ein Fehlstück des Lederbezugs mit zeitgenöss. Material passend ergänzt. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes und zumeist sehr sauberes Exemplar in einem geprägten Renaissan … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-11 14:15:58
Fuchs Leonhart, 1501-1566
Fuchs Leonhart, ,543. Fuchs Leonhart, Kräuterbuch, anno 1543 Fuchs Leonhart, 1501-1566, Kräuterbuch, 1 holl. Ausgabe: Den Nieuwen Herbarius, dat is dboeck vanden cruyden. Basel, M. Isengrin 1543). Fol. Mit Holzschn.-Druckerm. u. 517 Textholzschn. 17 (statt 18) Bl. (Vorstücke u. Reg,), 260 nn. Bl. Läd. Prgt. d. Zt. (Mit bezugsfehlstellen, wellig, verknittert u. fl.). Nissen, BBI 662. - Erste holländische Ausgabe, ein Jahr nach der Originalausgabe und der ersten deutschen Übersetzung erschienen, von größter Seltenheit. Fehlt im VD 16, bei Adams, Stafleu-C. u.a. Das Vorwort Fuchs' ist März 1543 datiert, Nissen datiert den Druck "um 1545". Die etwa 1/4seitigen Holzschnitte sind wohl verkleinerte Nachschnitte der Illustr. der Orig.-Ausgabe. - Fehlende Titelbl. mit verso ganzs. Portr. ist auf ein Pergamentbl. hs. u. verso mit Portr. in Tschzeichnung. Anfang stärker randrissig u. wasserrandig, sowie in den Blattränd. gebräunt. Hier Innengelenke tls. mit Papierstreifen verstärkt. Ende wasserrandig u. etw. randrissig. Das le. Bl. mit hinterl. Randabschnitt u. kl. Einriss. Tls. Unterstreichungen u. Marginalien, sowie hs. Bezeichnung d. Pflanzen. Hs. Eintr. a. Vors. Seltenes Kräuterbuch, welches Preise bis zu hundertausend Euros erzielt. Für weitere Informationen bitte unteren Link anklicken..
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2014-02-10 01:21:21
Epiphanius von Salamis.
Basel, (Robert Winter, September 1543).. (12), 632 (recte: 624), (16) SS. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am letzten Bl. verso. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit auf 4 Doppelbünden über Holzdeckeln mit abgeschrägten Deckelkanten; Rücken alt mit hellerem Lederüberzug erneuert und mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen versehen. Eine Schließe (von 2). Folio (265:376 mm).. Zweiter Druck der lateinischen Ausgabe bei Winter. Enthält alle damals greifbaren Schriften des Kirchenvaters und orthodoxen Ketzerbekämpfers Epiphanios aus Eleutheropolis in Judäa, der ab 367 Bischof von Salamis auf Zypern war. Sein "Panarium" (der "Brotkasten" oder die "Medizinbüchse") ist das ausführlichste Werk seiner Zeit gegen Häretiker (vor allem gegen Origenes und die Arianer), es werden darin aber auch die Philosophenschulen und die jüdischen Sekten angegriffen. "Überaus stoffreiche [...] 'Ketzerbestreitung'" (LThK III, 730). Die Herausgabe besorgte der Arzt und Philologe Janus Cornarius (eigtl. Johannes Hagenbut) aus Zwickau, der lange Zeit in Basel weilte und vor allem durch seine Hippokrates-Ausgaben bekannt wurde. - Am ersten Widmungsblatt gest. Exlibris des Servitenordens (wohl der Klosterbibliothek in der Wiener Rossau); am Titel alte hs. Bibliothekssignatur. Am vorderen Innendeckel die spätere hs. Bibliothekssignatur der Wiener Unbeschuhten Augustiner; entspr. hs. Signaturschildchen am Rücken. Titel stärker fleckig. Durchgehend etwas gebräunt und wasserrandig, gegen Ende kleine Wurmlöcher im breiten w. Rand. Der schöne, etwas beriebene Einband mit vierfacher Rahmung, davon zwei Rollenstempel (Salvato … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2014-02-09 18:57:41
Vergil - Murner, Thomas
(Worms), (Gregor Hofmann), 1543,. 8vo. Mit Titelholzschnitt u. 13 ganzs. Holzschnitten. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. 332 nn. Bl. Pgt. d. Zeit m. 2 durchgezogenen Bünden.. VD 16 V 1427 o. 1429. - Goedeke II, 217,25. - Frühe Ausgabe der ersten deutschen Vergil-Übertragung von Thomas Murner (1475-1537), die erstmals 1515 in Straßburg erschienen war: Murner übersetzt neben den 12 Büchern Vergils auch das 13. von Maffeo Vergio (1406-1458). Er überträgt die Geschichte mit begrifflichen Anpassungen ins Deutsche und führt einige Stellen über eine Übersetzung hinausgehend aus. Während die Fakten trotz Inhalts-Verschiebungen ungefähr bestehen bleiben, wird von Vergils Stil fast nichts in den deutschen Text hinübergerettet (Gronemeyer 1963). "Rücksichtnahme auf die Verstehens- und Aufnahmebereitschaft breiter Schichten transponiert das würdevolle antike Epos auf ein niedriges Sprach- und Stilniveau, versetzt es in die zeitgenössische Lebensumwelt, formt es um in volkstümliche Knittelverse. Der Leistung Murners, die über hundert Jahre konkurrenzlos blieb und fünf Neuauflagen erlebte, wird man nur mit historischen Maßstäben gerecht." (Murner-Katalog, Karlsruhe 1987, S. 208). - Das Bl. mit dem Druckvermerk fehlt (Kopie liegt bei), Gelenke vorne u. hinten etw. gelockert. Einband aus einer alten Musikhandschrift fleckig. Stempel auf Rücks. d. Titels. Einige Einrisse u. Knicke, 2 Eckabrisse ohne Textverlust. Kl. Wurmgang. Einige alte Tintenmarginalien. Insgesamt ansprechend.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Düwal
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2014-02-08 00:48:49
Vesalius, Andreas.
Basel, (Johannes Oporinus, Juni 1543).. Folio (428 x 282 mm). Woodcut title-page depicting a lecture hall with the dissection of a corpse, woodcut portrait of Vesalius (aged 28) with a dissected arm on *6v, woodcut initials (depicting cherubs conducting dissections or robbing graves), woodcut illustrations (some full-page), woodcut and letterpress double-sided folding plate at m3, with another sheet signed m3, woodcut and letterpress folding plate at p4, woodcut printer's device on final verso. Early 18th-c. speckled calf with contemp. marbled pastedowns and later endpapers, spine with raised bands marked by double gilt fillets, red morocco lettering-piece, edges speckled but retaining contemporary title lettered on foot of text-block. Modern slipcase.. First edition of the most famous anatomical work ever published. - With the publication of "De humani corporis fabrica" (when he was only twenty-eight) Vesalius revolutionised 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 and 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-page illustration shows him conducting such a dissection, his hand plunged into a female cadaver (striking in itself, as only the cadavers of executed criminal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2013-11-30 04:12:01
Demosthenes
Mit gr. Titelholzschnitt und 1 Holzschnitt. 2 unnum., 22 num. Bll. HPrgt. um 1800, mit kalligraphischem Deckeltitel. Folio. VD16 D 549; Musper L 177; Muther 1122; Schweiger I, 90. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe der Orationes contra Philippum, der sogen. Philippika, übersetzt von Hieronymus Boner. Der schöne Titelholzschnitt von L. Beck aus dem Theuerdank, der Holzschnitt auf Bl. 1 vom Petrarcameister aus dem Cicero mit geänderter Beschriftung. - Einband nachgedunkelt, gering berieben und bestoßen. Etwas stockfleckig, kl. Wurmgang, tls. mit geringem Buchstabenverlust.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2013-11-05 16:24:04
Crasso, Padovano
[Venice]: Apud Augustinum Bendonum, 1543. 1st edition. Period full vellum with title hand-inked to spine. Yapp fore-edges. Stubs for cloth ties [2 each to front & rear covers]. Some expected soiling to vellum, with spine a bit darkened. Old, faint stain to lower corner of textblock. Withal, a VG+ copy.. 39, [1] ll. Title page printer's vignette depicting Saints Peter and Paul. Bound in 4s. 6-1/8" x 4" Price is for this one volume containing this work, and CONCILIUM PAULI, 1542 [TavBooks ID #35351].
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [US]
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2013-11-05 16:24:04
Crasso, Padovano
[Venice]: Apud Augustinum Bendonum, 1543. 1st edition. Period full vellum with title hand-inked to spine. Yapp fore-edges. Stubs for cloth ties [2 each to front & rear covers]. Some expected soiling to vellum, with spine a bit darkened. Old, faint stain to lower corner of textblock. Withal, a VG+ copy.. 39, [1] ll. Title page printer's vignette depicting Saints Peter and Paul. Bound in 4s. 6-1/8" x 4" Price is for this one volume containing this work, and CONCILIUM PAULI, 1542 [TavBooks ID #35351].
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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