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2018-10-25 16:01:38
IPPOCRATE -
Basilea, per Hieronymum Froben et Nic. Episcopium, 1546, folio, legatura coeva piena pelle con snodi e tassello rosso al dorso, titoli dorati, pp. (12)-695-(20), marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio e all'ultima carta, numerosi capolettera figurati xilografici. Copia ben marginosa con numerose chiose d'epoca. Lievissima indistinguibile abrasione al margine bianco del frontespizio probabilmente per vecchia cancellazione di timbro di possesso.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già  Naturalistica [Italy]
2018-10-24 02:38:37
Henry VIII
Rare Primer of Religious Topics...Secure and sound binding...pages bright and clean...fold out portrait of Henry VIII. 1546 Henry VIII Primer of Religious Topics The Primer set forth by the kings majesty and his clergy, to be taught, lectured, and read; and none other to be red throughout all his dominions. Imprinted at London within the precinct of the late dissolved house of the gray Friers by Richard Grafton printer to the prince's grace, the 17th day of August, the year of our Lord 1546 7 x 4-1/2 x 5/8 Rare edition of a Henry VIII Primer. Contains topics such as: the kalender the king's highness injunction the prayer of our Lord the salutation of the angel the crede and article of the faith the ten commandments certain graces the psalms of the passion of Christ the passion of our Lord certain Godly prayers for sundry purposes and many others Shipping: Shipping within the USA- USPS Priority Mail (2-3 business days) Shipping Internationally- USPS First Class International (time frame varies on location) Bible will be shipped out the next business day Returns: We want you to be happy with your purchase If there is any problems or if you are not satisfied with the purchase, you can return the item for a full refund buyer pays shipping cost back to seller.
Bookseller: Books of Truth [Broomfield, Colorado, US]
2018-10-18 06:51:10
ALAMANNI Luigi
1546. Printed in large italic, Estienne?s device on title page. 4to (190 x 135mm). [3], [2] (x2 bound at beginning), 3 (i.e.2) -154ff. Nineteenth-century Italian vellum, green morocco label. Paris, Robert Estienne, First edition of this 16th-century quasi Georgics, and the only book printed by Robert Estienne in Italian, indeed in any vernacular other than French. As with his poetry, this was written at the court of François I, where he enjoyed fame and the admiration of the Pleiade. Slightly damp-stained and dusty, first few leaves frayed. Obtrusive repairs to final leaves at outer margin, not touching text. Renouard p. 68, no. 2; Schreiber no. 88; Harvard/Mortimer (French), no. 10. CNCE 603. Adams A409. BMSTC (French), p.6. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-10-18 02:29:44
Aldus - (Cicero, M. Tullius,)
[Venedig], - Kolophon: "Apvd Aldi Filios". [M.D.XLVI. (1546)]. 30 x 21 cm. [10] Bl., 624, 492 Spalten, [4] Bl., Sp. 493-824 [i.e. 826]. Ohne das Titelblatt. Das Schlußblatt mit der Druckermarke hier (schräg) montiert und als Titelblatt-Ersatz verwendet. Späteres Ganzpergament mit blindgeprägtem Medaillon auf den Deckeln und goldgeprägtem Rückentitel unter Hinzufügung von Verleger und Jahreszahl. Rücken sachgerecht restauriert. Zu Beginn leichte Wurmspuren, Blatt a2 mit hinterlegten Randschäden. Blatt dd1 (Spalte 801-804) fehlt, durch weißes Blatt ersetzt. Englisches Exlibris und Wappenexlibris. Renouard, Aldine S. 136 Nr. 8. Adams C 1698. Index Aureliensis 138.438. BM STC Italian, 1465-1600, S. 184. EDIT 16 CNCE 26960. Spalte 807/808 doppelt. Schöne zweispaltige Antiqua-Ausgabe mit Holzschnitt-Initialen und Initial-Spatien. Erste Ausgabe dieser Edition aus der berühmten venezianischen Offizin, eine zweite Auflage folgte 1551. Im Vorwort von Jacobus Lodovicus Strebaeus wird auf die verwendeten quellenkritischen Arbeiten verwiesen von Philippus Melanchton, Aulus Antonius Palmyraenus, Victor Pisamus Patritius, Anitius Manlius Boethius, Georgius Valla Placentinus, Joannes Visorius Coenomanus, Bartholomaeus Latomus, Christoph Hegendorff, Claudius Pontanus, Petrus Victorinus, Hieronymus Capidurus, Fabius Victorinus u.a. Der Verlust des Titelblatts reicht möglicherweise in die Zeit der Bindung im 17. Jh. zurück, denn das im Original verso Titelblatt gedruckte Inhaltsverzeichnis hier alt handschriftlich ergänzt. Auch die Platzierung des ältesten erhaltenen Besitzvermerks auf Bl. a2 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2018-10-17 12:46:53
ALAMANNI Luigi
Printed in large italic, Estienne’s device on title page. 4to (190 x 135mm). [3], [2] (x2 bound at beginning), 3 (i.e.2) -154ff. Nineteenth-century Italian vellum, green morocco label. Paris, Robert Estienne,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2018-10-09 06:13:33
AULU GELLE
Lyon,Sébastien Gryphe 1546. Un volume in - 12°(17x11cm). reliure de l'époque plein vélin. Dos plat.Titre doré. 61p index +533p. Texte en latin . Très belle impression en caractères italiques.Bon exemplaire. Français
Bookseller: Librairie Merolle [France]
2018-10-06 07:56:34
EUCLID
1546. Condition: Very good. EXCEEDINGLY RARE & DESIRABLE / See photos "The laws of nature are but the mathematical thoughts of God" - Euclid "The first complete edition of Euclid's works" (Zeitlinger) An incredible folio edition of Euclid's "Elementorum Geometricorum." This edition contains the whole of Euclid's works: · "The Elements" - considered the most successful texts on mathematics and logic · "Data" - essay on advanced geometric propositions · "Phaenomena" - treatise on spherical astronomy · "Catoptirca" - treatise on mathematical theory of mirrors · "Opusculum de levi, ponderosa" - a fragment of this work was discovered after the first edition of this work in 1537! The works of Euclid printed in Basil, was published by Johann Herwagen from 1533-1558, all of which were folio. Philip Melanchthon provided an introduction for the 1537 first edition and was retained for this second printing (often missing from many printings), however, this printing is formatted quite differently from the first. "from many copies this introduction has been removed by the clerical censor [...]. As there does not appear to be anything objectionable in the introduction itself, this action of the censor must have arisen from hostility to the writer of it." (Thomas-Standord 11). This edition of "Elements" was translated from Greek by Zamberti. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-04 06:39:52
UND DSK a.imagelink {color:#ffffff;} a:hover.imagelink {color:#ffffff;} a:visited.imagelink {color:#603260;} a.imagelink img.auctionimage { border: 2px solid #ffffff; } a:visited.imagelink img.auctionimage { border: 2px solid #603260; } 1546 VENICE PRINTING Publisher Marco Antonio Guistianni LANGUAGE: HEBREW VG CONDITION, CLOTH COVERS, LAST TWO LEAVES COMPLETED IN CONTEMPORARY MANUSCRIPT The fundamental halakhot followed by all of Ashkenazic Jewry. Pesakim u-Ketavim, containing 267 responsa, of which nearly one-third deal with the various rules regarding the marriage laws. R. Israel B. Isserlein b. Pethahiah (1390-1460), the foremost rabbi of Germany in the 15th century. R. Isserlein was also called, after the towns in which he resided, R. Israel Marburg and R. Israel Neustadt, but he was mainly known as "the author of Terumat ha-Deshen," his chief work. R. Isserlein, the great grandson of R. Israel of Krems (author of Haggahot Asheri), was born in Regensburg. His father died when Israel was a youth, so he was educated in Wiener-Neustadt in the home of his mother's brother R. Aaron Plumel (Blumlein). In 1421 his uncle and mother were killed during the Vienna persecutions. After staying for some time in Italy, R. Isserlein established his residence in Marburg, Styria. In 1445 he returned to Wiener-Neustadt where he was appointed rabbi and av bet din of the city and neighborhood. Here R. Isserlein spent the rest of his life, and through him Wiener-Neustadt became a center of study, attracting a large number of students, many of whom later served as rabbis in various communiti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jewish Bookshop [Brooklyn, New York, US]
2018-10-03 07:09:09
GREEK NEW TESTAMENT FIRST EDITION 1546 Fine Copy of a Rare Translation of the Psalms Nouum Testamentum. Ex Bibliotheca Regia. [Estienne's device] Lutitiae: Ex officinal Roberti Stephani typographi Regii, typis Regiis. 1546. Item Description: Sixteenmo, signed in eights. a-z8 A-K8 aa-yy8 zz6. 446 folios. Colophon at zz6r and device on verso. Complete. First Edition of the Greek Testament printed by Robert Estienne (Stephanus), and the first book printed in Garamond's "cicero" font of the "grecs du roi." Red leather calf, rebacked, with gilt design on boards. Complete, though with inserted red-ruled leaf belonging to the second edition. Note the correct date (1546) on the colophon leaf, as pictured. Excellent fore-margins and bottom margins. Near fine text block throughout. Historical Provenance: This first Estienne Greek Testament and the second of 1549 are commonly known as the "O mirificam" editions, from the opening words of Estienne's preface to Francois I, praising him for commissioning the second Greek font in order to provide Greek texts in pocket format. Robert established his text by comparing the Complutensian and the Erasmus 1535 printed editions with several manuscripts. The text was then subsequently utilized as a reference by the translation of the 1611 Authorized (King James) Version of the Bible. _________________________________ Rare Bibles specializes in early printed English Bibles, books, manuscripts, and objet d'art. Items listed on eBay are merely representative of our broader inventory. Please do not hesitate to enquire regarding other early printed bo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rare Bibles (collector1611) [Munford, Alabama, United States]
2018-10-01 08:23:32
BUCHANAN, George
1546. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Comedies of Aristophanes Ancient Theatre Athens Philosophy Wechel "Youth ages, immaturity is outgrown, ignorance can be educated, and drunkenness sobered, but stupid lasts forever." ― Aristophanes Aristophanes was an ancient Athenian Greek playwright, remembered for his comedy plays and examples of drama known as Old Comedy. Writing during the 4th-century BC, Aristophanes was lesser-known than other Greek philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle. Aristophanes' plays were written for festivals in Athens and the Theatre of Dionysus. This exceedingly rare 16th-century edition was printed entirely in Greek by Christian Wechel. Wechel's Paris editions are considered some of the most correct and are known for their beauty. This printing is fitted with the Wechel printer's emblem on the title page. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-28 00:15:47
Quintus Curtius Rufus
Ioannem et Fransiscum Frellonios, Fratres. Used, with expected commensurate aging and wear. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE! Please see description for more details. AS IS. Q Curtii De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni Regis Macedonum Libri, Decem by Quintus Curtius Rufus In ten books, written entirely in Latin, here is the epic life story of one of history's greatest conqueror. Standing on the cusp between myth and reality, Alexander the Great's illustrious career is almost too fantastic not to enter the realm of legend. This volume, which represents an insightful account of such a life by an ancient author, is an ancient edition of the Roman historian's sole surviving work, complete with side notes and a letter introduction in Latin, as well as a letter of Alexander the Great to his preceptor Aristotle in annex pages. 340 pages. 4.5 x 6.75 inches. Text in Latin. Letter in introduction. Annex pages feature a letter from Alexander the Great to Aristotle. Published by: Ioannem et Fransiscum Fratres, Lyons, 1546. Hardback is overall in VERY GOOD condition. Volume is in overall very good condition with moderate damage and wear on covers and inside. Vellum covers show moderate wear from toning and some cracking. Boards show some dirt and cracking at upper part of shoulder on front, and display some warping. (See photos) Front endpaper is detached where shoulder is cracked. Corners are sharp and exhibit minor rubbing. Spine has faded gilt text and exhibits mild overall toning. Binding is tight at gutter in center of book with some cracking at front hinge. (See photos) Endpapers show pronounced a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Panoply Books [Lambertville, New Jersey, US]
2018-09-27 08:47:32
BUCHANAN, George
1546. Comedies of Aristophanes Ancient Theatre Athens Philosophy Wechel "Youth ages, immaturity is outgrown, ignorance can be educated, and drunkenness sobered, but stupid lasts forever." ― Aristophanes Aristophanes was an ancient Athenian Greek playwright, remembered for his comedy plays and examples of drama known as Old Comedy. Writing during the 4th-century BC, Aristophanes was lesser-known than other Greek philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle. Aristophanes' plays were written for festivals in Athens and the Theatre of Dionysus. This exceedingly rare 16th-century edition was printed entirely in Greek by Christian Wechel. Wechel's Paris editions are considered some of the most correct and are known for their beauty. This printing is fitted with the Wechel printer's emblem on the title page. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-18 02:41:03
Cervantes Salazar, Francisco
Juan de Brocar, 1546. -Tamaño octavo: 3 obras en un volumen, cada una con su portada.;-Encuadernado en media piel.;-PRIMERA EDICIÓN de las obras: ;1) "Dialogo de la Dignidad del Hombre. començado por el Maestro Oliva y acabado por el Maestro Francisco Cervantes de Salazar", 14 h., 80 h.;2) "La apología de la ociosidad y el trabajo., Compuesta por el Protonotario Luys Mexia glosado y moralizado por Francisco Cervantes de Salazar", 11 h., 69 h., 1 h.;3) "Introducción y camino para la sabiduría. Compuesta en latín por el excelente varon Luys Vives, buelta en Castellano con muchas adiciones que al propósito hazian por Francisco Cervantes de Salazar", 53 h., 1 h.;-Adjunta un artículo periodístico que atribuye a Francisco Cervantes de Salazar la autoría de "El Lazarillo de Tormes". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Arriola Lerchundi [Bilbao, Spain]
2018-09-08 15:01:14
Ryff, Walther Hermann].
(Strasbourg, Jakob Cammerlander, 19 February 1546). 4to. (64) pp. With large woodcut illustration on title-page, double-page-sized woodcut entitled "Ware anathomi deß menschlichen Cörpers", full-page anatomical woodcut, and full-page printer's device on verso of final leaf. Modern marbled boards. Only edition of one of the rarest works by the German pharmacist Ryff, who published several works under the pseudonym "Quintus Apollinaris". "Ryff must count as the 16th century's most successful mediator of knowledge. Within a single decade he published more than 200 works, some of which were extraordinarily influential over a long period of time and over great distances. His 'Newer Albertus Magnus' [.] was republished in more than 30 editions well into Goethe's lifetime, and his 'Kurtz Handtbüchlin und Experiment vieler Artzneyen, durch den gantzen Cörper des Menschens' was similarly successful; his 'Traumbüchlein' (1540) saw eight editions. 'Handtbüchlin' and 'Newer Albertus' constitute the prototype of the medical housebook, the model upon which Martin Pansa would develop the literary genre of the health catechism. With his 'Newes Kochbuch, wie man krancke Persohnen wartten vnd pflegen soll' (1545) Ryff created a standard work for nurses and for the care of the sick" (cf. NDB). - Browned and brownstained throughout (more pronounced in the final leaf); trimmed fairly closely. VD 16, R 4000. Waller 8369. BM-STC German 37. Cf. ADB I, 507; NDB XXII, 310f. Not in Adams, Durling, or Wellcome. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-09-03 09:47:11
TITI LUCRETII CARI POETAE AC PHILOSOPHI VETUSTISS. - LUCRECE - TITUS LUCRETIUS CARUS -
1546, APUD SEB. GRYPHIUM LUGDUNI. - Probable et très rare 5e Edition. - Petit in-8 (12/7.5 cm) avec ses plats sans cuir, toutes tranches dorées, double nerfs à vif. - P. de titre avec la très belle vignette du "griffon" légendé de Sébastien Gryphus, Marque n°2 bis de Sébastien Gryphius, gravée sur bois au titre Imprimé en caractères italiques, 277 pages. Préface : "T. Lucreti Cari Vita, per Petrum Crinitum Florentinum". (- Baudrier VIII 208-209. Koerner von Gültligen V n°943 p.154. Adams L 1656.) - La BIBLIOTHEQUE MUNICIPALE DE LYON possède un seul exemplaire, précédée d'une édition du même éditeur en 1540 in-8 et suivie d'une autre de 1548 de chez Gryphus en in-16. - La BNF ne recense pas notre édition dans ses rayons. - Brunet n'en fait pas mention - La Biographie Universelle de MICHAUD, t.25 p. 440 et s., l'édition la plus ancienne est celle de Thomas Ferrand in-folio sans date et qui imprimait à Brescia en 1473. La première avec date est celle in folio de Vérone en 1486, puis Venise chez Alde en 1500 in-quarto et 1515 en in-8. - Michaud ne connaît pas notre édition et passe de celle de 1515 à celle de Lambin de 1563. - Retrouvé dans la seconde moitié du XVe S. par Poggio Bracciolini, il put copier le texte dans le monastère de Fulda en Allemagne avant de l'envoyer à son ami l'humaniste Niccolò Niccoli qui le conservera sans le diffuser jusqu'au début des années 1430 avant d'en restituer une copie à Bracciolini. À partir des années 1430, des copies de l'œuvre de Lucrèce commencent à circuler en Italie. La première édition imprimée date de 1473. La copie faite par Br … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Bernard Marie Rolin [France, Blet]
2018-09-01 17:45:30
TITI LUCRETII CARI POETAE AC PHILOSOPHI VETUSTISS. - LUCRECE - TITUS LUCRETIUS CARUS
1546, APUD SEB. GRYPHIUM LUGDUNI. - Probable et très rare 5e Edition. - Petit in-8 (12/7.5 cm) avec ses plats sans cuir, toutes tranches dorées, double nerfs à vif. - P. de titre avec la très belle vignette du "griffon" légendé de Sébastien Gryphus, Marque n°2 bis de Sébastien Gryphius, gravée sur bois au titre Imprimé en caractères italiques, 277 pages. Préface : "T. Lucreti Cari Vita, per Petrum Crinitum Florentinum". (- Baudrier VIII 208-209. Koerner von Gültligen V n°943 p.154. Adams L 1656.) - La BIBLIOTHEQUE MUNICIPALE DE LYON possède un seul exemplaire, précédée d'une édition du même éditeur en 1540 in-8 et suivie d'une autre de 1548 de chez Gryphus en in-16. - La BNF ne recense pas notre édition dans ses rayons. - Brunet n'en fait pas mention - La Biographie Universelle de MICHAUD, t.25 p. 440 et s., l'édition la plus ancienne est celle de Thomas Ferrand in-folio sans date et qui imprimait à Brescia en 1473. La première avec date est celle in folio de Vérone en 1486, puis Venise chez Alde en 1500 in-quarto et 1515 en in-8. - Michaud ne connaît pas notre édition et passe de celle de 1515 à celle de Lambin de 1563. - Retrouvé dans la seconde moitié du XVe S. par Poggio Bracciolini, il put copier le texte dans le monastère de Fulda en Allemagne avant de l'envoyer à son ami l'humaniste Niccolò Niccoli qui le conservera sans le diffuser jusqu'au début des années 1430 avant d'en restituer une copie à Bracciolini. À partir des années 1430, des copies de l’œuvre de Lucrèce commencent à circuler en Italie. La première édition imprimée date de 1473. La copie faite par Braccio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE BERNARD MARIE ROLIN [BLET, France]
2018-08-28 14:53:14
Bible
1546. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. A rare, 1546 huge folio edition of Robert Estienne's (Stephanus) 'Biblia'. This, along with other Estienne Bibles printed in Paris were a reissue of the first 1543 Zurich version, printed in parallel columns with the Vulgate. The margins contain notes which profess to be drawn from 'memoranda' made by friends of the editor during the lectures of Francisco Vatablus; however, the notes were supplemented with Stephanus's own religious beliefs - an act which landed this Bible on the Prohibited Book Index. Rare, sixth edition of the Robert Estienne Bible, published in Lutetiae (i.e. Paris) with 22 in-text and full-page engravings. Bound with the arms of François d'Argouges, Bishop of Vannes. This enormous Bible is illustrated with absolutely incredible engravings. According to Greswell, "1546 was signalized by a new Latin Bible from Robert [Estienne]'s press, in a larger form in folio, being his sixth emission. This Bible possess interest and value and was the only one of Estienne's Latin Bibles which escaped censure- Even the orthodox Catholics are indebted to Robert Estienne for one of their most valued Latin impressions of the sacred Scriptures." (Greswell, p.246-247). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-08-27 18:44:46
Cyrillus Alexandrinus
Cyrillus Alexandrinus: Opera 4 parts in one volume Published: Basel, Herwagen, 1546 Size: 39 x 27.5 cm Condition: Original dated binding. Blindstamped leather over wooden boards (binding professionally restored). 6 ll, 771 columns, 2 ll, 441 columns, 2 ll, 373 col., 1 leaf, 303 col., 17 ll. plus an incunable leaf bound in at the end (Decretales, Mainz, Schoeffer, 1479). First leaves with stronger wormholes to the top, slight staining in places, but for the greater part clean. Shipping-costs: see description Payment: Paypal or Banktransfer Combined Shipping - For combined shipping ----> Add all items to cart before purchase !!!
Bookseller: print-forum (odetowhitman*) [Berlin, Germany]
2018-08-11 12:39:51
COLONNA, Francesco, ca. 1432-1527.
A PARIS L. Blaublom pour Jaques Keruer aux deux Cochetz Rue S. Jaques. FIRST FRENCH EDITION 1546. Translated from the Italian. Folio in sixes, approximately 345 x 215 mm, 13½ x 8¼ inches, 181 woodcuts of various sizes, 13 are full page, large arabesque initials, leaves: [vi], 1-157, [1] (numbered on rectos only), the initials M on leaf C6 recto and F on leaf D3 verso, were originally printed from crible blocks but arabesque initials have been tipped in over them, modern full morocco binding, gilt lettering to spine and upper cover, blind floral decoration between raised bands to spine, tiny gilt fish to centre of lower cover, blind decoration to covers, new cream endpapers, tiny gold fish on lower dentelle of back cover housed in a slip case of marbled paper covered board with leather surround at opening. TITLE PAGE AND LAST PAGE, COLOPHON, ARE IN VERY GOOD FACSIMILES ON OLD PAPER (a pencil note on first pastedown states that it was purchased from Quaritch, London booksellers, in 1977, that the facsimiles were done in line block and the new endpapers were Kelmscott paper). The first prelim has a small neat repair to lower corner, last page of prelims has outer margins neatly repaired, not affecting text, page 1 has a small neat repair to top margin, not affecting image or text, a few margin edges at the front and rear have tiny closed tears neatly repaired, shallow creasing to pages throughout, mostly affecting lower margins, pale ink splash to one lower margin, not affecting text, pale staining affecting some margins, one just touching image, occasional neat early old ink … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-08-10 07:53:33
Giovio Paolo
Tramezzino, 1546. IIn folio, cc. (4), 102, (4), marca tipografica incisa su legno al frontespizio, ripetuta all'ultima carta. Rara galleria di ritratti del rinascimento. Pergamena coeva.Piccoli aloni di amcchai in alcune carte. Glosse manoscritte amrgine di qualche capitolo.
Bookseller: Libreria Sonia Natale [IT]
2018-08-08 06:00:15
IPPOCRATE -
Basilea, per Hieronymum Froben et Nic. Episcopium, 1546, folio, legatura coeva piena pelle con snodi e tassello rosso al dorso, titoli dorati, pp. (12)-695-(20), marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio e all?ultima carta, numerosi capolettera figurati xilografici. Copia ben marginosa con numerose chiose d?epoca. Lievissima indistinguibile abrasione al margine bianco del frontespizio probabilmente per vecchia cancellazione di timbro di possesso.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica [IT]
2018-08-04 13:49:13
Toviyahu ben Eliezer ( also Tobiah or Tuvia ben Eliezer; fl.11th century).
Venice: Cornelio Adelkind for Daniel Bomberg, 1546. First edition. Very Good/First printed edition (editio princeps) of the 11th century commentary on portions of the pentateuch by the Bulgarian poet and Talmudist Tobiah ben Eliezer. Published by the house of the seminal printer of Hebrew books, Daniel Bomberg, under the supervision of his scholar-in-residence extraordinaire Cornelio Adelkind. Venetian law at this time limited Hebrew publishing to Gentile printers. Bomberg, a protestant from Antwerp, entered this lucrative market and, with Adelkind's help, became its prime exponent until his death in 1549.. Folio (32 cm); 93 leaves. Text in Hebrew. Title within architectural border (reproduced in Amram, "Makers of Hebrew Books in Italy," p. 215, also in the Jewish Museum's 1989 exhibition catalogue "Gardens and Ghettos: the Art of Jewish Life in Italy," page 50). Some section headings within ornamental borders. Bound in c19 or c20 dark red crushed morocco ruled in gilt and decorated with arabesques on both boards; spine with raised bands and compartments tooled and titled in gilt; green polished leather doublures with red crushed morocco dentelles bordered in pointillé accented with arabesques; green moiré free endleaves. Edges gilt. Binding not signed. Joints and crown adroitly reinforced with Japanese paper; corners somewhat worn down. Occasional (contemporary?) notes in manuscript in text; brief stain on leaf mem-tet, and lightly along the bottom edge of leaves nun-bet and nun-gimmel. Text otherwise pristine. Title page light, possibly washed. Old libr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rodger Friedman Rare Book Studio [US]
2018-08-01 17:26:45
[ENGLAND]
Nicholas Hill, 1546. 8vo., 36 unumbered ll. A-D8, E4. Black letter. Title within charming architectural border, probably metal rather than woodcut (McKerrow and Ferguson 33), large white on black criblé initials, W.A. Foyle's label on pastedown, Adolfo Tura's below. Light age yellowing, upper outer corner a bit dusty on a few ll., very minor waterstain in blank upper margin of a few leaves. Generally a very good, clean copy in modern natural crushed morocco by Bayntun and Rivière of Bath, covers bordered with a single blind rule, small fleurons to corners, spine with title gilt in long, small blind fleurons at head and tail, blind inner dentelles, a.e.r. A very rare edition of this practical guide to pleadings and procedure in manorial courts; its authorship is unknown. It was a very popular work going through a dozen editions between c. 1538 and 1552 all of which have survived in only two or three known copies, often imperfect. The older writers such as Coke held that a manor had two courts; the court baron, by common law, the freeholders being its suitors, and the leet, a customary court for the copyholders. The first was the means by which the lord of the manor exercised feudal jurisdiction over his men and the second a customary court whose chief business was to admit new tenants who had acquired copyholds by inheritance or purchase and on taking possession had to pay a fine to the lord of the manor. Maitland doubted this dichotomy concluding that at least by the end of the C13 there was no distinction of courts though there could be of jurisdiction, which is what the d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-07-23 09:42:47
ALAMANNI LUIGI.
PARIGI, RUBERTO STEPHANO, 1546. "In-8°; 2 cc. nn., 154 cc., 2 cc. nn.; legatura ottocentesca in tutta pergamena con unghie, doppio tassello in marocchino al dorso, titolo in oro. Esemplare, completo delle 4 carte non numerate spesso mancanti, appartenuto a Giacomo Manzoni, celebre biblio
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-07-22 14:14:40
ALAMANNI Luigi
Stampato in Parigi da Roberto Stephano Regio Stampatore M.D.XLVI. (Paris, R.Estienne, 1546). in-4 picc. (197x136 mm.), ff. 2 nn., 154 num., 2 nn., leg. seicentesca p. perg. rigida, tit. oro su tassello al dorso. Impresa di Estienne sul titolo. Edizione originale del celebre poema didascalico scritto dal poeta fiorentino durante il suo forzato soggiorno in Francia. Ispirato da Virgilio e Columella, discorre di ciò che ha riferimento alla coltivazione dei campi ed alla vita rustica. L'autore progettò ''La Coltivazione'' sin dal 1530, ma la composizione si protrasse fino al 1546, quando la inviò alla delfina Caterina de' Medici, chiedendole di presentare il poema a Francesco I. Il poema in versi sciolti gli era stato suggerito dalle ''Api'' del Ruccellai. Oltre che la letteratura, l'opera concerne l'agricoltura, l'agraria, l'apicoltura ed è citata nei repertori gastronomici. Assai interessante e raro. E' stampato nell'elegante corsivo di Garamond, utilizzato dal tipografo parigino unicamente per il presente testo italiano. Ottimo esemplare. Gamba 17. Renouard-Estienne, 68-22. Westbury 4. Simon, Bibl. Gastronomica 69, Bacchica 10. Cat. Unico Bibl. It., 602. Adams A-409. B.IN.G, I, n.28. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-07-22 14:13:28
ALAMANNI LUIGI.
FIRENZE, BERNARDINO GIUNTA, 28 FEBBRAIO 1546. In-8°; 102 cc., 1 c. (marca tipografica); bella legatura settecentesca in tutta pergamena. Ottimo esemplare." Prima edizione italiana impressa lo stesso anno di quella di Parigi. "Gamba 17: ""Molto rara"". Decia 250.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-07-22 14:13:00
Alamanni Luigi
In Fiorenza, appresso Bernardo di Giunti, 1546. In 16° mod., piena perg. seicentesca in parte restaurata (dorso in pergamena di epoca moderna con tit. a stampa) con fregi a secco ai piatti, fogli di guardia rinnovati, cc 102 num.-(2nn). Pregevole e rara seconda ediz. (la prima è dello stesso anno ma stampata a Parigi). Marca tipografica di Bernardo Giunti al front. e in fine con motto 'Nil candidus' e raffigurante giglio araldico con putti. "La Coltivazione" dell'Alamanni, in sei libri di endecasillabi sciolti, fu la sua opera più nota - virgiliana nelle intenzioni - e considerata modello di eleganza e decoro classicistico per gli scrittori del '700. L'es. presenta aloni rossastri all'angolo sup. di tutte le cc. e due piccoli forettini di tarlo abilmente restaurati al front. Ex-libris. moderno di bibl. privata. Buon es. (Cfr. Gamba 17, in nota definisce "fedele ristampa"; Pettas "The Giunti of Florence" p.228)
Bookseller: TABERNA LIBRARIA - ALAI - ILAB [Pistoia, Italy]
2018-07-22 14:11:56
ALAMANNI Luigi
Firenze, Bernardo Giunti, 1546. in-4 picc., ff. 154, (2) , leg. 700esca pergamena, titolo in oro su tassello al dorso. Dedica a ''Madama la Dalphina'', Caterina de' Medici, con la richiesta di presentare l'opera al Re. Edizione contemporanea all'originale di Parigi, molto rara, di questo poema in versi sciolti, che, oltre la letteratura, concerne l'agricoltura, l'agraria, l'apicoltura ed è citato nei repertori di gastronomia. Bell'esempl. Gamba n. 17. Westbury p. 4: ''This edition is extremely rare''. B.IN.G. 29. Simon B. 10. Simon G. 69. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-07-21 05:54:17
MARC AURELE . R.B. de La Grise ( Traducteur )
Nicolas du Chemin, Paris, 1546. Chez Nicolas du Chemin ( vers 1515 - 1576 ) . ( 1 ff . ) , ,page de titre , (1 ff. A tres excelente ettres illustre dame , la Reyne de Navarre , la Marguerite des Princesses ) , ( 3 ff.table ) , ( 6 ff .prologue ) , 519 pp .- basane vert , armoires frappés au centre ( Ex.biblioth.Sancti.Victoris.Paris, dos à nerfs .- Bel exemplaire .marginal trou dans les 7 premières ff. ).- ( frais de port USA ou Europe par FEDEX ou DHL 50 U$ ) Size: In 16vo ( 7,5 Cms x 11 Cms )
Bookseller: MAGNASCO [Buenos Aires, BA, Argentina]
2018-07-05 14:29:28
CECCO D'ASCOLI.
(In fine: Venezia, Gio. Andrea Valvassori detto Guadagnino, 1546). In-8ø; CXVI cc., 3 cc. (ultima bianca assente); legatura d'amatore del '900 in tutto marocchino, titolo in oro al dorso, filetto in oro ai piatti e agli orli, filetto interno in oro, tagli dorati. Grande incisione xilografica al frontespizio ripresa da un'incisione di Giulio Campagnola, un'altra figura a piena pagina raffigurante due astronomi, quello di destra che regge un grande astrolabio; 7 immagini astrologico-cosmologiche a mezza pagina e 69 vignette di carattere simbolico-esoterico nel testo. Marca tipografica al colophon. Strappetto restaurato senza alcuna perdita alla c. LXV e rinforzo ad un angolino dell'ultima, minime occasionali tracce d'uso. Esemplare proveniente dalla collezione privata di G.U. Lanfranchi (ex libris a stampa al contropiatto anteriore). Rara edizione figurata del famoso poema di Cecco d'Ascoli. L'Acerba tra i secoli XV-XVI fu pi-- volte ristampato e dest• molta curiosit..., sebbene di ciascuna emissione sopravvivano pochi esemplari per ragioni censorie, dato che l'autore fu giustiziato dall'inquisizione come eretico. Cecco, al secolo Francesco Stabilini, nacque ad Ascoli nel 1269; insegn• astrologia e medicina a Bologna e a Firenze dove appunto fu accusato di eresia, processato ed infine condannato al rogo nel 1327, avendo sostenuto tesi anticattoliche, come la maggior efficacia dell'influenza astrale rispetto alla Grazia divina. Verso la fine della sua vita scrisse il poema che lo ha reso celebre, in uno stile popolaresco e fortemente antiaccademico. Nel descrivere l'essenza de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [Italy]
2018-07-04 16:32:30
FOCARD Jacques de Montpellier (sec. XVI) - TOURNES Jean de (1504-1564) - SALOMON Bernard (sec. XVI)]
IEAN DE TOURNES, 1546. Legatura di epoca settecentesca in piena pelle spugnata con titolo e fregi in oro al dorso, tagli rossi; al contropiatto anteriore, ex-libris "Bibliotheque de M. Hyp.te Renard". 16 pagine non numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo, bella marca tipografica incisa, alcune note manoscritte e disegnini; al verso, stemma araldico a silografia. 187-(1bianca) pagine numerate; mancanza degli ultimi due fogli fuori numerazione contenenti volvelle. All'interno, numerose illustrazioni nel testo, alcune attribuibili allo stile di Bernard Solomon (NUC Pre-1956). Prima rara edizione, a cui ne seguì una seconda nel 1555 curata da Bassantin. Le referenze usuali indicano per questo raro testo "beautifully achieved" (D.B. Updike, Printing Types, p. 199), la presenza delle sole 187 pagine numerate, o annotano l'assenza degli ultimi due fogli con volvelle. Il pregevole testo tratta dell'astrolabio, l'antico strumento astronomico che permette di localizzare e calcolare la posizione dei corpi celesti; l'opera è molto interessante anche per la piccola mappa del mondo a pagina 34, in cui compare l'America che viene poi ben descritta a pagina 155: "Telle est la description des parties du monde, selon le très excellent Ptolomée, et les autres anciens Geographes: depuis lesquels ne c’est gueres trouvé terre, dicte continens, tant deça, que dela l?equinoctial, excepté une appellée Amerique, de la quelle ne sommes encores bien asseurés: d’Isles plusieurs, lesquelles je tais à cause de briefveté. L’Amerique (laquelle est appellée l’Ameque) te descriray succinctement, suyvan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-07-02 06:24:13
TORQUEMADA (Antoine de) ; [CHAPPUYS (Gabriel)].
n-16 de (32)ff., 319 feuillets, (1)p. n. ch. Rel. plein maroquin vert du XIXeme, dos à nerfs richement orné de caissons à décor floral dorés, filets et roulette dorée, filets dorés sur les nerfs, titre doré, tranches dorées, triples filets dorés encadrant les plats avec fleurons d’angles, armes dorées au centre des plats, roulette dorée int. (qqs. brunissures, exemplaire parfois un peu court de marge sup., petits frottements à la charnière du 1er plat). Bel exemplaire joliment relié. Rare traduction française du tourangeau Gabriel Chappuys (1546-1613), d'après l’œuvre de l'écrivain espagnol Antoine de Torquemada, parue à Salamanque en 1570 sous le titre Jardin de flores curiosas. Sous la forme d’un dialogue à trois personnages, cet ouvrage curieux traite de multiples sujets, faits extraordinaires, merveilleux, tirés d’Aristote, d’Albert le Grand, des chroniques espagnoles, des livres de chevalerie. La Première journée est consacrée aux évènements contraires à la nature, la seconde aux fontaines, lacs et rivières, la troisième aux « phantosmes, visions, esprits incubes et succubes, enchanteurs, empoisonneurs, sorciers et salueurs », la quatrième à l’influence des corps célestes, les deux dernières aux pays septentrionaux. Cette forme de discours jouant le coq à l’âne sur un ton scolastique eut beaucoup de succès au XVIème siècle. Le Jardin de Flores curiosas est cité comme un livre malfaisant lors de la revue de la bibliothèque de Don Quichotte. D’après Brunet, la première traduction française aurait été imprimée à Lyon, en 1579, mais cette édition n’est pas citée dans les b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Jardin des Muses [Saint-Pierre du Val, NORMA, France]
2018-06-30 06:19:01
Erasmus, Desiderius.
Köln, Johann Gymnich 1546. 8vo. 766 Ss., 1 Blatt Index. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf Titel und mehreren Initialen. Schweinslederband der Zeit mit Rollenstempel-Blindpressung und zwei Schließen, mit Monogramm »WH« und Datum »1549« auf dem Vorderdeckel. Seltene Ausgabe von Erasmus berühmter Dialogsammlung in der endgültigen Fassung von 1533, die gegenüber der ersten Ausgabe von 1518 auf fast den zehnfachen Umfang angewachsen war. Das Werk erschien in zahlreichen Ausgaben als Lehrbuch für lateinische Konversation und gutes Benehmen. vgl. Brüggemann/Brunken, Handbuch der Kinder- und Jugendliteratur I, Sp. 377 ff. Gymnich folgt hier der Froben-Ausgabe von 1526 mit der wichtigen Nachrede von Erasmus an den Leser »De utilitate colloquiorum«, einer Art Verteidigungsschrift seiner Colloquia gegen zunehmende Kritik aus dem orthodoxen Lager. - Titel und Vorsätze mit alten, teils zeitgenössischen Eintragungen und etwas fleckig, sonst schönes Exemplar im ursprünglichen Einband. - Title and endpapers slightly stained and with several, partly contemporary inscriptions. Good copy in the original binding. - VD16, E-2397; Bezzel 506. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat [Stuttgart, Germany]
2018-06-28 08:48:08
COLONNA, Francesco.
A PARIS L. Blaublom pour Jaques Keruer aux deux Cochetz Rue S. Jaques. FIRST FRENCH EDITION 1546. Translated from the Italian. Folio in sixes, approximately 345 x 215 mm, 13½ x 8¼ inches, 181 woodcuts of various sizes, 13 are full page, large arabesque initials, leaves: [vi], 1-157, [1] (numbered on rectos only), the initials M on leaf C6 recto and F on leaf D3 verso, were originally printed from crible blocks but arabesque initials have been tipped in over them, modern full morocco binding, gilt lettering to spine and upper cover, blind floral decoration between raised bands to spine, tiny gilt fish to centre of lower cover, blind decoration to covers, new cream endpapers, tiny gold fish on lower dentelle of back cover housed in a slip case of marbled paper covered board with leather surround at opening. TITLE PAGE AND LAST PAGE, COLOPHON, ARE IN VERY GOOD FACSIMILES ON OLD PAPER (a pencil note on first pastedown states that it was purchased from Quaritch, London booksellers, in 1977, that the facsimiles were done in line block and the new endpapers were Kelmscott paper). The first prelim has a small neat repair to lower corner, last page of prelims has outer margins neatly repaired, not affecting text, page 1 has a small neat repair to top margin, not affecting image or text, a few margin edges at the front and rear have tiny closed tears neatly repaired, shallow creasing to pages throughout, mostly affecting lower margins, pale ink splash to one lower margin, not affecting text, pale staining affecting some margins, one just touching image, occasional neat early old ink … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-06-27 15:47:03
Valerio Massimo (Valerius Maximus)
8° [cm. 16 × 10,5]; f. 1 di guardia" pp. 410 + 18 n.n. + 2 bianche n.n. " f. 1 di guardia. Leg. seicentesca in piena perg. rigida con cartellino in pelle colorata impressa in oro sul dorso; taglio colorato. Capilettera decorati ai singoli libri. Note a penna sei-settecentesche alle pp. 28-31" 35 39-42 47-48. Un nome nel frontespizio a sinistra della marca tipografica e un foro a destra provocato forse dalla cancellazione del cognome restaurato anticamente ripristinando anche a penna la piccola porzione di testo che era caduta sul verso. Lione Grifio 1546
Bookseller: Casa Editrice Salerno Editrice Srl [IT]
2018-06-26 06:28:22
CAGNOLO GIROLAMO.-
Lugduni, apud Iacobum Giunta, 1546. n 8°, pergamena molle coeva con titolo calligrafico al dorso; cc. 383, (1 b), (44) + 24 cc. bianche, fittamente manoscritte (con commenti di natura giuridica realizzati da antichi possessori) + 19 fogli bianchi rilegati in fine. Marca tipografica al front., caratteri romani, iniziali ornate. Chiose marginali di mano coeva. Lieve gora d’acqua sulle ultime cc. Buon esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Docet di Rabiti Loris [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2018-06-25 14:40:51
TARTAGLIA Niccolò (1499 ?-1557)
VENTURINO RUFFINELLI, 1546. Legatura in apparenza coeva ai piatti con dorso rifatto e guardie sostituite. 132-(2) carte numerate, compreso il bel frontespizio con ritratto a mezzo busto dell'autore eseguito a silografia. Le due carte non numerate per tavola delle materie sono posizionate al fondo del volume anziché all'inizio. All'interno, capolettera istoriati e numerose incisioni silografiche ad illustrare diagrammi, cannoni, strumenti e cose varie; numerose e a volte fitte annotazioni di antica mano a penna ai margini di alcune pagine. Prima edizione, secondo Adams furono stampate due tirature nello stesso anno con medesimo impianto: una con 132 carte come quella in esame e una con sole 97. Cfr. Govi, I classici che hanno fatto l'Italia, "PRIMA EDIZIONE, dedicata a Enrico VIII d’Inghilterra, di quest’opera che tratta in cento settantuno quesiti, divisi in nove libri, vari problemi inerenti l’aritmetica, la geometria, l’algebra, la statica, la topografia, l’artiglieria, l’agrimensura, le fortificazioni e la tattica. A partire dall’edizione del 1554 furono aggiunti sette nuovi quesiti nel libro sesto. Ogni quesito si svolge in forma dialogica, talvolta epistolare, tra un corrispondente e l’autore. Questi si firma a volte da Verona, a volte da Venezia e una volta anche da Milano. Le date sono comprese fra il 1521 e il 1545. Fra gli interlocutori, in parte indicati in modo anonimo, figurano Francesco Maria della Rovere, duca d’Urbino, Diego Hurtado de Mendoza, ambasciatore veneziano di Carlo V, Giulio Savorgnano, ingegnere militare, Francesco Feliciano, matematico, Giovanni … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-06-20 14:45:20
CARION (Jehan) ; LE BLOND (Jean).
On les vend à Paris par Charles l'Angelié, tenant sa boutique au premier pillier du Palais, devant la chapelle de Messieurs les presidents : et en la rue de la vielle drapperie, pres Saincte Croix, au logis dudict l'Angelié. 1546. 2 parties en 1 vol. de (23)ff. n. ch., 235ff., 36ff. Très belle rel. du XIXeme en plein chagrin maroquiné vert doublé, filet à froid encadrant les plats, et encadrement de 5 filets dorés avec doubles fleurons d angles, dos à nerfs ornés de caissons dorés, filets dorés et à froid, roulettes dorées, filet doré sur les coupes, tranches dorées, guirlande intérieure, reliure signée de Kisiel. (page de titre brunie, restauration de papier à la page de titre et a trois autres feuillets, avec petite atteinte au texte pour un feuillet de table, qqs. taches brunes éparses, notes manuscrites anciennes). Exemplaire joliment relié. Fort rare édition originale de la première traduction française ignorée des bibliographes. Exemplaire malheureusement incomplet. Cette édition est inconnue à Brunet, Graesse, Cioranescu, Lanson, qui citent celle de 1549 imprimée à Lyon. Le bbf de 1971 (bulletin des bibliothèques de Frances) indique que la BNF fit l acquisition de cette édition en 1970 et que l on « ne connaît que deux autres exemplaires de cette édition conservés à Aix et Boulogne ». C est aussi l unique édition française illustrée. Elle est ornée de 17 vignettes gravées sur bois et du portrait de François 1er au titre de la deuxième partie. On trouve, en tête de l ouvrage, des petites pièces de vers du traducteur, de Mestaier, de Guillaume Le Saulnier, etc. La seco … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Jardin des Muses [Saint-Pierre du Val, NORMA, France]
2018-06-17 05:45:52
PINDEMONTE FRANCESCO FILIPPO
EREDI ALDO MANUZIO VENEZIA, 1546. Vol. in 8°, cc. 65, marca tipografica in xilografia nel frontespizio "Aldi Filii". Vecchia firma di possesso e motto latino nel frontespizio, piccolo restauro nel frontespizio. Unito con: GIACOMO GRIFFOLI, Q. HORATIJ FLACCI LIBER DE ARTE POETICA IACOBI GRIFOLI LUCINIANENSIS INTERPRETATIONE EXPLICATUS. RHETORICOS LIBROS AD HERENNIUM, AD M. TUL. CICERONEM NIHIL OMNIO PERTINERE PER EUNDEM DECLARATUR, FIRENZE, LORENZO TORRENTINO, 1550; pp. 149 + 8 n.n.,frontespizio in xilografia con cornice architettonica e piccola veduta di Firenze, iniziali in xilografia. Lievi arrossature mariginali. Entrambi contengono l'Ars poetica di Orazio. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con angoli, titolo in oro su doppio tassello colorato e fregi al dorso a quattro nervi, tagli spruzzati in azzurro. Copia molto buona.
Bookseller: Hobbylibri [IT]
2018-06-16 07:33:44
Jovius, Paulus [Giòvio, Paolo]; Bassianates, Franciscus Niger [translator from Italian to Latin]; Ashton, Peter [translator from Latin to English]
London: Edwarde Whitchurche, 1546. First English Edition. Hardcover. 12mo.; VG; rebound in 1/4 modern brown calf, brown cloth boards, paneled spine with burgundy label and gilt lettering; one page of handwritten notes bound in before title page; small chip to fore edge of title page, does not impact text; title page has 'London 1546' written at the bottom; interior free of writing and markings; verso of colophon has an engraving with a Sun with banner reading 'Sol Oriens Mundo,' three lines of handwriting below; Printed in two sizes of Gothic text.; presumably lacking frontispiece; Imprinted at London ... : By Edvvarde VVhitchurche, the xii day of Auguste, the yere of our Lorde 1546, Imprint from colophon.; Signatures: *8 A-S8.; PP/FF: ff. [8], cxl, [4]; The first history of Turkey in English. This important work comprises accounts of the beginning of the Turkish Empire, the lives of all the emperors, and the array and discipline of the Turkish warfare described and set forth most exact. an incredibly rare book; USTC Reference No.: 503768, ESTC Citation No. S103126; shelved Case 3. Peter Ashton's translation of "Turcicarum rerum commentarius", Francesco Negri's translation of "Commentario delle cose de' Turchi" by Paolo Giovio.; Very little is known about Peter Ashton, aside from his translation of the Turkes chronicles. He may have been the same Peter Ashton who was prebendary of Lincoln from 1542 to 1548. If that is the case, he was born around the turn of the 16th century, and was the son of Peter Ashton, who lived in Old Weston, Hunti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Second Story Books [U.S.A.]
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2018-06-06 06:33:29
Concilio di Trento (1545-1563)
Parisiis: Ex officina Reginaldi Calderij & Claudij eius filij, 1546.- // 1ª ed.- 8º, (158x98mm); [128] p.; sign.: A-H8; marca tipográfica xilografiada en portada, divisa 'Tempus. Virtus sola aciem retundit istam'; iniciales xilografiadas.- // Encuadernación s. XVIII en marroquín rojo; lomo cuajado en dorados, tejuelo grabado; planos con orla de triple filete dorado con estrellas de cinco puntas en los ángulos; cantos con filete dorado; cortes dorados. Portada con punta perdida y recompuesta, con algunas letras reforzadas con tinta a mano, y en parte remarginada. Conserva registro. Leve fractura de 1 cm. en parte superior del lomo, suturada. Leve cerco de humedad en el margen superior, sin afectar, de los primeros nueve folios.- // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Refs.: Calenzio, Esame, p. 123-125 y Documenti, p. 439; Kuttner, 20; Le Plat, Canones, p. xxix Primera publicación 'católica' sobre el desarrollo del Concilio de Trento.- Los asuntos a tratar en el dilatado Concilio de Trento (1545-1563) tuvieron como correlato, desde el primer momento, un combate de propaganda ideológica que se desarrolló a través de medios impresos que las autoridades de la Iglesia católica no habían previsto. Todo comenzó con la Admonitio inicial, debida al obispo británico Reginald Pole y leída por el secretario del Concilio Angelo Masarelli en la sesión del 7 de enero de 1546 -la segunda del Concilio-, en la que en una tremenda autocrítica se excitaba a modificar las costumbres mundanas para transformarlas en otras que ofrecieran un ejemplo virtuoso, que fue rápidamente difundida desde los márgenes del C … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Spain, Pamplona]
2018-06-04 14:05:58
TORQUEMADA (Antoine de) ; [CHAPPUYS (Gabriel)].
In-16 de (32)ff., 319 feuillets, (1)p. n. ch. Rel. plein maroquin vert du XIXeme, dos à nerfs richement orné de caissons à décor floral dorés, filets et roulette dorée, filets dorés sur les nerfs, titre doré, tranches dorées, triples filets dorés encadrant les plats avec fleurons d'angles, armes dorées au centre des plats, roulette dorée int. (qqs. brunissures, exemplaire parfois un peu court de marge sup., petits frottements à la charnière du 1er plat). Bel exemplaire joliment relié. Rare traduction française du tourangeau Gabriel Chappuys (1546-1613), d'après l'œuvre de l'écrivain espagnol Antoine de Torquemada, parue à Salamanque en 1570 sous le titre Jardin de flores curiosas. Sous la forme d'un dialogue à trois personnages, cet ouvrage curieux traite de multiples sujets, faits extraordinaires, merveilleux, tirés d'Aristote, d'Albert le Grand, des chroniques espagnoles, des livres de chevalerie. La Première journée est consacrée aux évènements contraires à la nature, la seconde aux fontaines, lacs et rivières, la troisième aux « phantosmes, visions, esprits incubes et succubes, enchanteurs, empoisonneurs, sorciers et salueurs », la quatrième à l'influence des corps célestes, les deux dernières aux pays septentrionaux. Cette forme de discours jouant le coq à l'âne sur un ton scolastique eut beaucoup de succès au XVIème siècle. Le Jardin de Flores curiosas est cité comme un livre malfaisant lors de la revue de la bibliothèque de Don Quichotte. D'après Brunet, la première traduction française aurait été imprimée à Lyon, en 1579, mais cette édition n'est pas citée dans les … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Jardin des Muses [France, St-Pierre du Val]
2018-05-28 21:47:18
MAROT, Clément
Bel état. maroquin XIX. MAROT, Clément Les Œuvres de Clément Marot de Cahors, Vallet de chambre du Roy. Plus ample, & meilleur ordre que paravant. Paris, Jean Ruelle, à l'enseigne de la queue de Renard, 1546. 1 vol. in-16. Plein maroquin vert XIXe, dos à nerfs orné de filets à froid, auteur, titre, date et lieu dorés, tranches dorées, encadrement de maroquin orné d'une dentelle dorée sur les contreplats, filet doré sur les coupes. Rare et belle édition partagée entre quatre éditeurs : Nicolas du Chemin, Jean Ruelle, Guillaume Le Bret et Jacques Bogard. La seconde partie, de 16ff, insérée entre les feuillets 280 et 281, contient «l'Enfer» et «Du Coq à l'asne». «Les psaumes manquent dans cette édition», selon Brunet. Cinquante deux Pseaumes de David, traduictz en rithme francoyse selon la verité hebraique, par Clement Marot. Avec plusieurs autres compositions tant dudict autheur, que d'autres, non jamais encore imprimées, chez Jacques Bogard, de 1545 ont été reliées à la suite. Ce texte contient les 49 psaumes dans la traduction de Marot. À la suite du Cantique de Siméon, «Ce qui est ajouté de nouveau» : les psaumes 34 et 42 traduits par Claude Le Maistre, le psaume 62 traduit par Étienne Pasquier, le Cantique de Moïse traduit par Bonaventure Des Périers. Les quatre derniers feuillets contiennent une églogue pour la naissance du fils de Monseigneur le Dauphin, par Clément Marot. Exemplaire réglé. Édition parue deux ans seulement après la mort de Marot. Inversion des feuillets 84 et 85 des Psaumes. Brunissures sur les deux pages de titre. Tchemerzine, IV, p. 498. Brunet, 1455 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Gaëlle Cambon [France, Tours]
2018-05-23 22:53:23
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Lyons: (Theobaldus Paganus), 1546. full morocco. Very good +. 8vo. ff.(24),496. Double column text. Printed in red & black throughout. Ruled in red (faded). Woodcut on title. Finely bound in 19th century full dark brown levant morocco, gilt, by Riviere. A.e.g. A very rare early edition of the Quinones breviary. The Quinones breviary was a radical departure from previous editions. The Biblical texts were expanded to include virtually all the New Testament and much of the Old, and it omitted almost all of the communal elements, such as the versicles and antiphons. It was thus much better suited to private devotion than earlier breviaries. Paganus also printed three other breviaries (in folio, 4to and small 8vo) in the same year (Bohatta 167, 168 & 169). This edition not in Bohatta, Adams, Baudrier, or Ales.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-05-21 07:24:20
[Major, Georg].
[Wittenberg: Josef Klug, 1546]. 4to (18 cm, 7.125"). [56] pp. The cataloguers at the Pitts Theological Library, Emory University, succinctly and accurately summarize this work thus: "Wittenberg faculty member and disciple of Luther and Melanchthon, Georg Major, here responds to the charges against Elector John Frederick of Saxony and Landgrave Philip of Hesse, by Emperor Charles V and Pope Paul III." This is against the background of the tumult and turmoil of the Schmalkaldic War.    The work is printed in gothic type with sidenotes, a large woodcut of the Trinity on the title-page, and one large and three small reverse-printed initials (i.e., the initial is white on a black background).    Provenance: 20th-century bookplate of Franz Dryer on front pastedown; signature of Hildegard Dryer von Vater below bookplate. Most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.    Searches of NUC and WorldCat locate only three U.S. libraries reporting ownership of this edition (Emory, Harvard, Valparaiso).         VD16 M2034; Bohatta, I, 366; Kuczynski 560. 20th-century black cloth shelf-back with flexible boards (traces of old paper label on front cover). Old waterstain, never very disturbing, on all pages. All edges red.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
2018-05-21 06:11:11
Liburnio, Nicolò.
In casa de' figliuoli di Aldo, 1546. First edition. Printed using the classic italic font in single columns with unaccomplished guide letters, this => Italian-language Aldine contains a dedication and poem from Liburnio to Luigi Pisano as well as a poem to the reader before Le Occorrenze itself, a table of contents, errata, and a register for aid in navigation. The iconic Aldine device appears on the title-page and the verso of the last leaf. This is a later work from Liburnio (ca. 1474-1557), a humanist poet, priest, translator, early Italian philologist, and (briefly) Greek and Latin corrector for the Aldine Press; Renouard notes the text contains "particularitiés assez curieuses" on literary history, contemporary scientists, and grand libraries, especially the Bibliothèque Royale de Paris. Provenance: 19th-century armorial bookplate of Colonel Edmund Ross of Bladensburg (of Fairy Hill, Rostrevor, Northern Ireland) on front free endpaper, partially obscuring an inked note of the contents. Most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2018-05-15 06:13:54
AGRICOLA, Georgius.
Hieronymus Froben, Basel. An exceptionally fine copy, completely untouched in its original binding, of ?the first handbook of modern systematic mineralogy? (Grolier/Horblit 2a). ?Georgius Agricola (latinized from the German ?Georg Bauer?) became interested in the theoretical and practical aspects of mining, metallurgy and geology after being appointed town doctor of Joachimsthal, a silver-mining community on the east side of the Erzgebirge mountains in what is now Czechoslovakia. He published his first work on mining, Bermannns sive de re metallica dialogus, in 1530, and followed it sixteen years later with this collection of five treatises on geology and metallurgy, including the first work on physical geology (?De ortu & causis subterraneorum?); the first systematic mineralogy (?De natura fossilium?); a work on subterranean waters and gases (?De natura eorum quae effluunt ex terra?); a treatise on references to minerals and mining in classical history (?Dc veteribus et novis metallis?); and a reprint of Bermannnus. ?De natura fossilium,? after De re metallica, must be considered Agricola?s most important work; in it he rejected the traditional arbitrary alphabetical listing of ?fossils? (i.e., stony substances dug from the earth), and attempted to classify them according to their physical properties? (Norman). In De Natura Fossilium, Agricola rejected many myths associated with gems, and the system of classification that is inferred from his writings exhibits a degree of generalization not found in earlier handbooks. His work represented a major advance over previous writ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Koebenhavn V, Denmark]
2018-04-28 07:12:10
LACTANCE / FAME (René)
Paris, Galliot du Pré, 1546. 1 vol. petit in-8°, maroquin havane, dos à nerfs orné de fleurons dorés encadrés de triples filets dorés, double filet doré sur les coupes, dentelle dorée intérieure, tranches dorées sur marbrure. Reliure de Duru et Chambolle (1862). Ex-libris au contreplat de Jules Pardonneau (Tours, XIXe s.) et au v° de la garde de Jean Paradis. Armoiries de François Ier peintes postérieurement sur le titre, une lettrine peinte dans les pièces liminaires. (15) ff., (1) f. blanc, 256 ff. mal chiffrés 255, marque de Galliot du Pré au v° du dernier f. Signatures : [a-b]8 [A-Z]8 [Aa-Ii]8. Rousseurs éparses. Première traduction française du De divinis institutionibus de Lactance, ouvrage qui fit surnommer son auteur le "Ciceron chrétien" (Pic de La Mirandole). Cette traduction, due à René Famé, bibliophile d'origine tourangelle et ancien secrétaire du roi, avait paru précédemment à Paris chez le même librairie en 1543 (in-folio). Il s'agit d'une apologie de la religion chrétienne dans laquelle il attaque les conceptions polythéistes et philosophiques. Il démontre que le christianisme est la vraie religion et la vraie science. Pour mieux convaincre le public païen il utilise avec insistance les prophéties attribuées au légendaire Hermès trismégiste et les livres sibyllins à côté des prophéties de l'Ancien Testament. Son originalité vient surtout de sa manière d'écrire et de construire son discours, tirée des meilleurs orateurs latins, et en particulier de Ciceron; et c'est le premier écrivain chrétien à avoir utilisé les vertus du style païen au service de la foi. J … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2018-04-21 05:04:58
Bianchi, Marcantonio; Bianchi, Marco Antonio
1546. Venice, 1546. 2nd ed. Murder and Theft in Roman Law Bianchi, Marco Antonio (Marcantonio) [1498-1548]. Tractatus de Indiciis Homicidii Ex Proposito Commissi & de Aliis Indiciis Homicidii & Furti: Ad Legem Finalem ff. De Quaestionibus. Venice: Apud Ioannem Andream Vauassorem Dictum Guadagninum, 1546. 112, [16] ff. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary limp vellum, ties lacking. Moderate soiling, spine darkened, moderate rubbing to extremities, spine ends bumped, small chip to fore-edge of front cover, hinges partially cracked. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampspotting in places, minor worming to gutter in a few places, some edgewear to front and rear endleaves, brief early owner inscriptions to front free endpaper and foot of title page. $500. * Second edition, one of three issues from 1546, none with priority. First published in 1545, this is a treatise on homicide and theft in Roman law. It treats the investigation of those crimes and their degrees and penalties. This book includes sections on premeditation and the use of torture. It went through several later editions and was included in the great multi-volume anthology Tractatus Universi Iuris (1584-1586). Bianchi was a professor of law at the University of Padua and a fairly prolific and well-regarded legal writer. All editions are this title are scarce. OCLC locates 3 copies of 1546 issues in North America (GWU Law School, Harvard Law School, UCLA), no copies of our Vauassorem imprint. Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE 5729.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
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2018-04-17 10:56:38
EPITOME
Lyon, Balthazar Arnoullet, 1546 ; in-4 (178x124mm) ; maroquin lavallière, dos à nerfs pincés, titre doré, filets dorés sur les coupes, roulette intérieure, tranches dorées sur marbrure (R. Petit) ; 159, (1) pp., 58 portraits signés CC (Claude Corneille) ; exemplaire entièrement réglé (A-V4). Edition originale et premier tirage des plus anciens portraits gravés en taille-douce en France par Corneille de Lyon, peintre de Henri II et Charles IX, célèbre pour ses portraits, le texte latin est imprimé en caractères italiques placé au dessus des vignettes gravées sur cuivre par Claude Corneille, dit Corneille de La Haye et ensuite Corneille de Lyon ; le texte en français, en caractères ronds se trouve vis à vis ; toutes les vignettes, sauf celles de Henri Ier, de Philippe V et de François Ier sont signées du monogramme de Claude Corneille formé de 2 C chevauchés. Balthazar Arnoullet (v 1517-1556) fut mêlé à l'affaire Michel Servet qui lui fit imprimer son ÇChristianismi restitutioÈ en 1552, qui lui valut d'être emprisonné. Très bel exemplaire, dans une reliure élégante et sobre, de cet admirable ouvrage. (Baudrier X-102 et 116-118 ; Bénézit).
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France, Lyon]
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