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2019-10-23 08:40:07
TOLOMEI Claudio
ff. [24], errata corrected ink, Parma: S. Viotto, 1 January 1547 Oratione de la pace. ff. [44] (Rome: A. Blado, March 1534) 2 works in one vol. 4to (205 x 145mm.) bound in contemporary vellum backed in the 18th century with marbled paper, title lettered along spine (a little wear to spine), some burn marks on the fore-edge towards end of first work (not affecting text) and last leaf of prelims foxed in outer margin Rare first edition dedicated to Giovanni Battista Grimaldi, collector of Apollo and Pegasus bindings. The Due orazioni are the second publication of Tolomei in 1547. Written in 1544 while Tolomei was on a visit to Capodimonte, the dedication dated 20 Rome 1544, is to Giovanni Battista Grimaldi, and in it refers to the two speeches as 'scherzi': 'if they please you as much as they pleased those who heard them, to hear it will make me doubly delighted; if they don't please you, please pretend that they do'. The two elements, the accusation and the defence, are cast in Ciceronian form, with breaks for the reading of witness statements etc. 'Leon the secretary' who stands accused is perhaps a fictitious figure. Giovanni Battista Grimaldi (1524- c. 1612) is, of course, the collector for whom were made the Apollo and Pegasus bindings, so long described as 'Canevari' bindings until the true identity of the collector was brilliantly discovered by Dr. Anthony Hobson ( Apollo and Pegasus An enquiry into the formation and dispersal of a Renaissance library (1975) esp. pp. 107-115. The book was printed at Parma by Sette Viotto at the instigation of the editor of Tolomei's le … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-10-20 19:14:09
Alighieri Dante
per Giovan di Tournes, 1547. 16mo (cm. 11), 539(1) pp., 2 cc.nn. (colophon con grande marca tipografica d'ispirazione massonica ed una carta bianca finale). Frontespizio con ritratto di Dante in xilografia. Fregi e capilettera figurati. Legatura del '600 in piena pelle bruna con decori in oro, consumati, al ds. e ai piatti. Tagli rossi. Cerniere rinforzate e carte di guardia rinnovate. Nel complesso, ottimo ed affascinante esemplare. Rara prima edizione della Divina Commedia pubblicata in Francia. In Adams (D-96) una copia priva del colophon e della carta bianca finale. Gamba, 388; Mambelli, 32.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [Italy]
2019-09-26 09:12:12
1547. MARGUERITE DE NAVARRE. ( 1/15 CHINE). Les Marguerites de la marguerite des princesses. Texte de l'édition de 1547. Publié avec Introduction, Notes et Glossaire par Félix Frank. Paris, Librairie des Bibliophiles Jouaust, 1873, 4 volumes, in-8, broché, VIII-XCIX-160-257-250-313p., portrait frontispice, gravures sur bois, rousseurs éparses et marginales. Bon exemplaire, entièrement non rogné. 1/15 Exemplaires sur chine, celui-ci justifié 10, à toutes marges, frais, avec peu de rousseurs compte tenu de la propension de ce papier à en avoir. Marguerite de Navarre. Renaissance. Bibliophilie.
Bookseller: Librairie Thierry BENAVIDES (diogene9111) [Vigneux-sur-Seine, FR]
2019-09-26 06:33:25
VIVALDI Giovanni Lodovico
- Apud Iacobum Giunta, Lugduni 1547, In-8 (11x16cm), Fo cliij, relié. - Nouvelle édition après l'édition princeps de 1503. Page de titre en rouge et noir. Impression gothique. On trouve des éditions de 1517 à la Bibliothèque nationale de France et à la British Library. Reliure en plein velin souple d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume estompé. Mors ouverts en queue. Coiffe de queue portant une déchirure sur 1 cm. Corps de l'ouvrage désolidarisé de la reliure. Dernier feuillet détaché. Manque les pages de garde à la fin du volume et probablement l'index. Oeuvre théologique et morale sur la contrition par le dominicain Vivaldi originaire de Mantoue, professeur de théologie et conseiller du Marquis de Saluzzo. Elle fut rééditée plusieurs fois depuis 1503. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition after the first edition of 1503. Binding full vellum flexible of time. Smooth back with title to the feather faded. Open joints in tail. Tail cap with a tear on 1 cm. Body of the work disengaged from binding. Last detached sheet. Fo cliij [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2019-09-17 11:36:19
Budé, Guillaume; Luxembourg, Jean de; [Dolet, Étienne]
dudict Seign, Par Maistre Nicole Paris, Imprimé à l'Arrivour Abbaye [Larrivour], 1547. First edition, later version (first in 1546). Title page in an ornate frame. Woodcut printer's device on the last page. Woodcut initials throughout. Woodcut coat of arms of Jean de Luxembourg on S1r. In later paste paper. Gauffered edges. [Complete:] A4, B-S6; (6), 15-16, 13-204, (12) p. A scarce edition of Budé's mirror for princes. This important mirror for princes was written by Guillaume Budé (1467-1540), the greatest French humanist, or the "marvel of France" as to how Erasmus named him. Budé was a scholar, diplomat, royal librarian, and the king's secretary, who is credited to bring about a revival of classic studies in France. He is also known for his treatise on ancient coins and measures,De Asse et Partibus Eius(1514), for his role in the founding of the Collège de France by Francis I, and the library at the Fontainebleau Palace, which formed the nucleus of today's French national library. Budé composed and presented a collection of apothegms to Francis I in 1522 (some sources dates it earlier), and the text became widely disseminated although the author did not wish for it to be published (Bénévent-Walsby). Eventually, three variants of the text were printed some years after Budé's death, and by the present one, it gained its titleDe l'institution du prince. The book became very popular immediately among the nobility, and copies of this, the Larrivour-edition, made their way into the libraries of the highest authorities throughout Europe, among them kings (e.g. Louis XIII of Fra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Földvári Books [Budapest, Hungary]
2019-09-08 07:22:14
ALCIATI, Andrea
Lugduni [Lyons]: Sebastianum Gryphium, 1547. 1547 LAW Andrea Alciati Commentary on Justinian Codex Catholic & Byzantine FOLIO"Plenitudo potestatis nihil aliud est quam violentia." (The fullness of power is nothing more than violence).― Andrea AlciatiAndrea Alciati was a 16th-century Italian author who is best known for his famed book of Emblemata. And while his emblems brought him recognition, he also published an important annotated commentary on Justinian's 'Codex'. During his study of law in Bourges, Alciati began writing 'Ad Rescripta Principum Commentarii'. 'Codex', part of 'Corpus Juris Civilis', was the Justinian's attempt at organizing the laws in a systematic manner. Recognizing that the law system needed to be fixed, 'Codex' covers ecclesiastical law, criminal and civil law, the way laws were written and put into effect, duties of government officials, and proper administrative regulations.This 1547 edition is notable for being the last edition published during Alicati's lifetime. Item number: #8305Price: $950ALCIATI, AndreaD. Andreae Alciati Ivriscons. Clariss. Ad Rescripta Principvm Commentarii: De Svmma Trinitate, Sacrosanct. Eccl. Edendo, In Ivs Vocando, Pactis, Transactionibvs. His Accessit Eivsdem, De Qvinqve Pedvm PraescriptioneLugduni [Lyons]: Apud Sebastianum Gryphium, 1547.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso Signatures: A-V⁶, X⁸o [6], 476, [12]· References: USTC 149698; FB 52391· Language: Latin· Binding: Leather; tight & secure· Size: ~13in X 9in (33cm x 23cm)· Very rare and desirableOur Guarantee:Very Fast. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2019-08-21 14:55:51
ARISTOTELES, BRUCIOLI ANTONIO
In Venetia, per Antonio Brucioli, 1547. Cm. 15, cc. (8) 179 + 1 c.b. Bel marchio tipografico al frontespizio e bei capilettera istoriati. Graziosa legatura settecentesca in cartonato alla rustica con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Nome del traduttore anticamente cassato per motivi di eresia. Carta di guardia anteriore assente. Lievi arrossature al frontespizio e trascurabile alone limitato al margine bianco superiore di poche carte. Esemplare nel complesso fresco e ben conservato. Rara prima edizione della Politica di Aristotele tradotta (e pubblicata) da Antonio Brucioli (1498-1566), umanista ed eretico fiorentino, traduttore di Aristotele, Cicerone e Plinio, nonché autore di numerosi e interessanti opere teologiche e politiche. L'anno dopo la pubblicazione di questa importante traduzione Brucioli fu processato dalla Serenissima per eresia, condannato e quindi bandito dalla città per due anni. Le sue opere di taglio religioso furono date alle fiamme (è celebre la sua traduzione della Bibbia, fra le prime in volgare, messa allindice nel 1559). Nel 1555, tornato a Venezia dopo aver scontato l'esilio, fu processato nuovamente e condannato ancora per eresia. Cfr. Iccu; non in Brunet e Graesse. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2019-08-17 08:51:10
Floccus, Andrea Domenico
Venice: Gabriel Giolitto de Ferrari, 1547. Second Edition. Half calf. Very good. Sm. 8vo. ff.43,(1). Giolitto's woodcut device on title. Woodcut initials. Small chip at the top of the title page, otherwise a pretty copy in 18th century calf over paste paper boards. The second edition of this Italian translation (the first also printed by Giolitto in 1544). The translation is actually by Francesco Sansovino who has written the introduction. An often reprinted work first printed in Milan in 1477, dealing with the legal administration of Rome, and Roman church and state. This Italian translation is scarce. See Bonghi. GIOLITTO p. 137. Not in BL Italian STC, or in Adams.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-07-31 14:22:58
Cerchia di Hans Sebal BEHAM Nuremberg 1500 - Frankfurt 1550
Bulino, 1547 circa, monogrammato in lastra. Copia in controparte dell'incisione di Beham. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame o con sottili margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Poco prima del 1520, alcuni giovani artisti della cerchia di Albercht Dürer presero a realizzare incisioni molto piccole che hanno sfidato lo spettatore con un mondo in miniatura, un mondo di nuovo soggetto laico e di interpretazioni non convenzionali di temi tradizionali. A causa delle ridotte dimensioni delle loro incisioni, questi artisti sono stati appellati a lungo, con il nome collettivo, e poco lusinghiero, di Piccoli Maestri di Norimberga. Il nucleo del gruppo consiste in tre artisti di Norimberga, Hans Sebald & Bartel Beham e Georg Pencz, e inoltre Jacob Bink da Colonia e Heinrich Aldegrever da Soest. La presente incisione proviene da una vecchia collezione in cui le opere erano conservate, come spesso accadeva, applicate in un album databile al XVIII secolo. Death and the standing nude woman; reverse copy after Sebald Beham (Pauli 151); Death as a winged skeleton standing behind a nude whole-length female figure in frontal view, grabbing her wrists; an hourglass at right, a stone block at left. Engraving, 1547 circa, Signed with Beham's monogram at upper right. Also lettered 'OMNEM IN HOMINE VENUSTATEM/ MORS ABOLET.' ('Death abolishes all human beauty.') on the stone block. Anon copy after Beham. A good impression, printed on contemporary paper, trimmed to the platemark, in good conditions. Shortly before 1520, several young artists in the immediate cir … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-28 23:12:08
Girolamo FAGIUOLI (? -1574)
Bulino, 1547 circa, privo di firma. Esemplare nel secondo stato di due, con l'indirizzo di Antonio Lafreri aggiunto in basso a destra "ANT. LAFRERI/ SEQUANI. FORMIS". Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "scudo con chiavi incrociate e giglio", rifilata al rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Questa incisione anonima è stata attribuita nel tempo a diversi incisori. Bartsch elenca la stampa tra quelle della Scuola di Raimondi, e suggerisce come più probabile esecutore Guido Ruggieri. Herbert ascrive la stampa al Maestro FG, seguito, non senza riserve, da Biasini; mentre Gramaccini-Meyer e la Massari propongono il nome di Giulio Bonasone. Barryte riprende l'attribuzione a maestro F. G., identificato in Girolamo Fagiuoli da Suzanne Boorsch che legge il monogramma F. G. come G. F. Il soggetto, che Herbert assegna a Primaticcio, deriva in realtà da un affresco di Perin del Vaga nella Sala dei Giganti in Palazzo Doria a Genova, dipinto intorno al 1533, di cui si conserva un disegno preparatorio a Princeton, University Art Museum. La composizione di Perin del Vaga è una delle numerose interpretazioni rinascimentali dell'episodio mitologico (narrato da Ovidio nelle Metamorfosi) che sin dall'antichità fu inteso come allegorico di una varietà di profondi conflitti: tra Caos e Ragione, tra giustizia e tirannide. Nel corso del sec. XVI il motivo fu frequentemente associato a Carlo V, imperatore del Sacro Romano Impero, figurando nelle decorazioni commemorative del suo ingresso in diverse città, e su una medaglia coniata per la sua vittoria nella battaglia … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-26 12:55:15
1547. - Sprache: Mittelfranzoesisch (Franzoesisch - Latein, Moyen Français) - Material: Leder - Bilderrahmen: 20 mm, Blattvergoldung (weisses Gold) Epoche: 1547 Herkunft: Frankreich Abmessungen (cm): Hoehe 77, Breite 64.
Bookseller: sp-homeantiques [Frankfurt, DE]
2019-07-22 12:44:46
Ioannes de Nicolis Mutinensis excudebat,, s.l. (ma Modena), 1547. Cm. 28, cc. (6) xlii, cxxxxii, vii + 2 cc. di cui una di colophon ed una bianca. Seguono in fine cc. (3) con un editto "calmero del Pane fatto per A.M. Carandino" e datato 1550. Unito a: Statuta Collegii Dominorum Causidicorum, et seu procuratorum inclytae civitatis Mutinae. Mutinae, ex Officina Gadalda, 1559. Cc. (6). Unito a: Litterae, Gratiae, Capitula, Statuta, et ordinationes ad beneficium Mognificae Communitatis Mutinae. Mutinae, apud Antonium Gadaldinum, 1555. Entrambi gli statuti con bei frontespizi decorati e con marchi tipografici centrali. Solida legatura ottocentesca in pieno cartone rigido marmorizzato con titoli e fregi in oro. Un'antica firma di possesso al primo frontespizio, qualche annotazione marginale e due carte finali fittamente manoscritte da mano probabilmente coeva. Esemplare ben conservato, senza difetti. Pregiata edizione degli statuti modenesi accompagnata da alcune interessanti e rare appendici. Cfr. Fontana a p. 216. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2019-07-15 07:40:46
L'ARIOSTE
In Vinegia (Venise): 1547. L'ARIOSTE Ludovico Ariosto (dit) - Orlando Furioso L'ARIOSTE Ludovico Ariosto (dit) Orlando Furioso appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari , In Vinegia (Venise) 1547, in-8 (10,5x16cm), 227 ff. (29f.) - Sig.A-Z 8 Aa-Ff8 *-***8, relié. Belle édition illustrée et l'une des premières que donna Gabriele Giolito de Ferrari, dédiée au dauphin de France. Elle est ornée d'un superbe titre frontispice avec la marque typographique de Giolito (un phoenix renaissant de ses cendres sur un globe aux initiales de l'imprimeur), de 46 jolies figures gravées sur bois et d'autant de grandes lettrines ornées, du portrait de l'Arioste d'après le Titien placé en médaillon à la fin du poème, et de la marque de l'imprimeur en deux variantes.La fin de l'ouvrage se constitue d'un vocabulaire des mots obscurs et de l'explication des passages difficiles de l'ouvrage, non compris dans la pagination, avec titre particulier, compilé par Lodovico Dolce. Giolito donna plus de vingt éditions en treize années d'activité, celle-ci est la troisième édition; la première a paru en 1542, la seconde en 1543.Impression en lettres rondes sur deux colonnes.Reliure postérieure de la fin du XVIIème ou du début XVIIIème en plein maroquin rouge. Dos à cinq nerfs richement orné, l'un des caissons contient la mention "lettres rondes". Triple filet doré en encadrement des plats. Roulette dorée en encadrement des contreplats. Toutes tranches dorées. Quelques frottements sur la reliure et mouillures pâles en fin de volume.Précieux exemplaire parfaitement habillé en maroquin rouge. *** [Please note that … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
2019-05-17 16:07:34
ARETINO Pietro
Woodcut medallion depicting Aretino on title page, printer's device on title verso, and on verso of penultimate leaf of Vol.I; woodcut portraits of Aretino on title and verso of final leaf of Vol.II, historiated, white-on-black woodcut initials. 2 vols in one. 8vo (152 x 95mm). 225ff, [1]p, [7]ff (final leaf blank); 591 (misprinted as 561), [13]pp. Brown morocco, covers panelled with fillets, with intricate ornamental centrepiece and corner-pieces, and inside gilt dentelle border, marbled endpapers, gilt edges; spine with five raised bands, gilt ornaments in each compartment and title lettered in second (boards slightly bowed).
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-05-16 21:37:30
Ptolemeo - Ptolemaeus, Claudius - Ptolemy
Venetia: Gioan Baptista Pedrezano, 1547. Hardcover. Fair/not applicable. LACKING THE TITLE PAGE AND THE MAPS. - 12mo (17.5x11.5 cm). - Contemporary marbled paper covered boards, very worn, joints splitting; spine has two chipped paper labels, some joints splitting and loose. Wormholes throughout, but not affecting text. Lacks the title-page and the maps, but the fine woodcut portrait showing Ptolemaeus looking into the heavens is present. - With some engraved text illustrations and a profusion of engraved initials. - On the colophon page: "In Venetia, ad Instantia di messer Giouabattista Pedrezano libraro al segno della Torre a pie del ponte di Rialto. Stampato per Nicolo Bascarini del Anno del Signore, 1547, del mese di Ottobre"; and the printer's device with Pedrezano's initials (IBP). - First Italian edition
Bookseller: Bibiliophilia Books [United States]
2019-05-15 12:44:45
HANDSCHRIFT
1547. z.n., (19e eeuw). (46) folia. Opnieuw gebonden Leer met ribben en stempels, 8° (Folium 3 en 4 zijn met elkaar verwisseld.Handschrift met geschiedenissen omtrent de Spaanse legerleider en onwettige zoon van keizer Karel V, Don Juan, 1547-1578. Don Juan, ookwel Jan van Oostenrijk, was landvoogd van de Nederlanden aan het begin van de Tachtigjarige Oorlog. Hij was tevens legeraanvoerder en veroverde de stad Namen, viel Antwerpen aan en behaalde een grote overwinning in de Slag bij Gembloers. Zijn wederwaardigheden worden beschreven in dit handschrift, beginnende met zijn aanstelling tot landvoogd van de Nederlanden in 1577. Het werk bestaat uit 46 beschreven perkamenten bladen met daarop 12/13 regels en 4 blanco bladen. De hoofdtekst is geschreven met zwarte inkt waarbij de kapitalen zijn geschreven met rode ink of een enkele keer met blauwe inkt. Belangrijke namen zijn geheel in rode en/of blauwe inkt geschreven en het werk bevat 10 gedecoreerde kapitalen waarvan 3 met goud zijn gehoogd. De tekst is vrijwel een-op-een gekopiërd uit het werk over de beginjaren van de Tachtigjarige Oorlog door Willem Baudartius, 1565-1640. De opsteller heeft hierbij enkele gedeeltes die handelen over Don Juan verzameld en overgenomen. Het werk bevat daarnaast een persoonlijke noot in de vorm van een korte boodschap van de opsteller die zich uitgeeft als zijnde Jean François le Petit, 1546-ca. 1615: ''Ik sluijte mijne handschrifte met een cort Verhael van 't innemen 't welck door verned van de stede Baillu Potselserghe inghenomen en gheplonderd is gheweest ende waer ick Ian Francoys Petit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo [Netherlands]
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2019-05-11 20:24:30
ARETINO Pietro
1547. Woodcut medallion depicting Aretino on title page, printer's device on title verso, and on verso of penultimate leaf of Vol.I; woodcut portraits of Aretino on title and verso of final leaf of Vol.II, historiated, white-on-black woodcut initials. 2 vols in one. 8vo (152 x 95mm). 225ff, [1]p, [7]ff (final leaf blank); 591 (misprinted as 561), [13]pp. Brown morocco, covers panelled with fillets, with intricate ornamental centrepiece and corner-pieces, and inside gilt dentelle border, marbled endpapers, gilt edges; spine with five raised bands, gilt ornaments in each compartment and title lettered in second (boards slightly bowed). Rare early editions of the first two books of the collected letters of Tuscan writer and poet Pietro Aretino (1492-1556). Published over the course of around twenty years (1538-57) in six volumes in total, Aretino's almost 3,000 letters were extremely popular; Curtio Navo's edition of the first volume was one of at least eight editions to be printed in Venice between 1538-9 alone. The second volume here, Al Sacratissimo Re, is the second edition of the second book (first published 1542). Aretino corresponded with many of the notable individuals of sixteenth-century Europe, including the Holy Roman Emperor, the Pope, Michelangelo, Veronica Gambara, Pietro Bembo, members of the Medici and Gonzaga families and the monarchs of France, Portugal, Hungary and Poland. The dedication of the second volume of letters to Tudor king Henry VIII earned Aretino a gratuity from the English monarch. Alongside what they show of Aretino's impressive personal conne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-05-09 08:36:51
Alonso de Fuentes
Sevilla: Juan de León, 1547. Summa de philosophia natural en la qual assi mismo se tracta de astulugia y astronomia, y otras sciencias en estilo nunca visto, nuevamente sacada por el magnifico cauallero Alonso de Fuentes. Sevilla, en casa de Juan de León, 1547. Description: 4º. CXXVIII, [43]. Missing 3 leaves in y quire (y2, y4 and y5). Not blank leaves present. Leave y1 torn with a little text loss. Fine 19th century binding in half leather. Title page with a woodblock a little bit trimmed. Very good condition. Worm gallery in the inner margin of some leaves not affecting text. Beautiful woodblock pictures on astrology and astronomy. Very rare spanish book, gothic types, woodblock world map , references to America. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: brandagedeon [Lérida, ES]
2019-05-06 11:34:14
Iusta Haereticorum Punitione Libri Three, Alfonso de Castro 1547 The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Salmanticae 1547. 31X20. Excudebat Ioannes Giunta. 14h + 226h. Heresies Skin, reliefs. Work that from theology and law, tries to fix the right between the blind and vengeful condemnation of the heretic and the lax and cowardly condescension before it. It exposes the ways to return it to the faith, the penalties of the "contumaz" and the socioreligious causes of the heresies. It contains an infinite number of manuscripts and commentaries among texts of great historical value. Extremely rare exemplary and very scarce. Ref A-97 Library IND. Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter.
Bookseller: Libreria Outlet Marc Antiques (artbookstars13) [SABADELL, Cataluña, ES]
2019-05-06 11:34:14
Iusta Haereticorum Punitione Libri Trois, Alfonso de Castro 1547 Cette fiche produit a été automatiquement traduite. Si vous avez des questions, n'hésitez pas à nous contacter. Salmanticae 1547. 31X20. Excudebat Ioannes Giunta. 14h + 226h. Hérésies Peau, reliefs. Travail qui de la théologie et du droit, tente de faire la part des choses entre la condamnation aveugle et vengeante de l'hérétique et la condescendance laxiste et lâche qui l'a précédée. Il expose les moyens de le ramener à la foi, les peines de la "contumaz" et les causes socioreligieuses des hérésies. Il contient un nombre infini de manuscrits et de commentaires parmi des textes de grande valeur historique. Extrêmement rare exemplaire et très rare. Ref A-97 Bibliothèque IND. Piste de pages vues avec Compteur gratuit de Auctiva.
Bookseller: Libreria Outlet Marc Antiques (artbookstars13) [SABADELL, Cataluña, ES]
2019-05-06 11:34:14
Iusta Haereticorum Punitione Libri Tres, Alfonso De Castro 1547 Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. Salmanticae 1547. 31X20. Excudebat Ioannes Giunta. 14h + 226h. Häresien Haut, Erleichterungen. Arbeite das aus Theologie und Recht, versucht das Recht zwischen der blinden und rachsüchtigen Verurteilung des Ketzers und der lachs und feige Herablassung davor zu fixieren. Es deckt die Wege auf, es dem Glauben zurückzugeben, die Strafen der "contumaz" und die sozio-religiösen Ursachen der Häresien. Es enthält eine unendliche Anzahl von Manuskripten und Kommentaren zwischen Texten von großem historischen Wert. Extrem selten vorbildlich und sehr selten. Ref. A-97 Library IND. Track Seitenaufrufe mit Auctiva FREE Counter.
Bookseller: Libreria Outlet Marc Antiques (artbookstars13) [SABADELL, Cataluña, ES]
2019-05-05 08:56:09
Alonso de Fuentes
Sevilla: Juan de León, 1547. Summa de philosophia natural en la qual assi mismo se tracta de astulugia y astronomia, y otras sciencias en estilo nunca visto, nuevamente sacada por el magnifico cauallero Alonso de Fuentes. Sevilla, en casa de Juan de León, 1547. Description: 4º. CXXVIII, [43]. Missing 3 leaves in y quire (y2, y4 and y5). Not blank leaves present. Leave y1 torn with a little text loss. Fine 19th century binding in half leather. Title page with a woodblock a little bit trimmed. Very good condition. Worm gallery in the inner margin of some leaves not affecting text. Beautiful woodblock pictures on astrology and astronomy. Very rare spanish book, gothic types, woodblock world map , references to America. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: brandagedeon [Lérida, ES]
2019-05-02 09:24:58
Alonso de Fuentes
Sevilla: Juan de León, 1547. Summa de philosophia natural en la qual assi mismo se tracta de astulugia y astronomia, y otras sciencias en estilo nunca visto, nuevamente sacada por el magnifico cauallero Alonso de Fuentes. Sevilla, en casa de Juan de León, 1547. Description: 4º. CXXVIII, [43]. Missing 3 leaves in y quire (y2, y4 and y5). Not blank leaves present. Leave y1 torn with a little text loss. Fine 19th century binding in half leather. Title page with a woodblock a little bit trimmed. Very good condition. Worm gallery in the inner margin of some leaves not affecting text. Beautiful woodblock pictures on astrology and astronomy. Very rare spanish book, gothic types, woodblock world map , references to America. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: brandagedeon [Lérida, ES]
2019-05-01 15:19:53
HOLBEIN, Hans.
HOLBEIN, Hans. Dance of Death by Hans Holbein. Enlarged Facsimiles of the original wood engravings by Hans Lutzelberger in the first complete edition: Lyons 1547. Privately printed by hand by Arthur K. Sabin at The Temple Sheen Press, 1916.8vo., original blue paper covered boards with paper spine label, handmade paper; 49 engravings by Lutzelberger; pp. x, unpaginated, [202]; a little rubbing and soiling to boards, otherwise a very good, partially unopened copy.Limited edition of 250 copies. With a Preface by Frederick Evans.Holbein's Dance of Death is seen by many as a triumph of Renaissance woodblock printing. In each of the forty-nine scenes, death intrudes on the various lives of all levels of society - from the Pope to the Ploughman - each with their own special treatment. Thus the knight is skewered with a lance, the duchess is dragged away by her feet and the sailor's mast is snapped in two. In each scene, the motif of an hourglass can be found, signifying the approaching end. The book may be interpreted as part of the contemporaneous rise of Protestantism with its implicit judgement against indulgence and excess. The year before, Holbein had illustrated Martin Luther's translation of the New Testament into German, and was therefore working close to the heart of Church reform. Thus we see the Abbott being dragged off by his cassock, and death reserves two demons and two skeletons to see the Pope himself. In contrast, the poor are relieved from the duty of their lives; death seems to come to the aid of the ploughman and spare him from the burden of tilling the soil. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd. [United Kingdom]
2019-04-28 02:22:25
HOLBEIN
LYON: HOLBEIN SUITE DES GRAVURES DE L'ÉDITION DE 1547 (texte en français) Les Images de la mort, auxquelles sont ajoutées douze figures contenant 53 planches dont douze nouvelles aussi belles que les premières. 27 feuillets (A3-D5) (manquent A1, le titre, A2, Avertissement au lecteur) (les feuillets A3 à C5 ont été remontés). On a rajouté la page de titre à la date de l'édition originale (1538). petit in 8 vélin moderne fermé par deux rubans.
Bookseller: LIVRES ET DOCUMENTS ANCIENS (inquarto) [montpellier, Languedoc-Rousillon, FR]
2019-04-08 09:13:16
Ptolemy, Claudius
Venice: G. B. Pedrezano, 1547. First complete edition in Italian of Ptolemy's "first atlas of the new world" (Nordenski"old) and the most detailed and comprehensive world atlas published prior to Ortelius's Theatrum in 1570. Small octavo, bound in full vellum with gilt morocco spine label, all edges speckled red, woodcut border to the title page, woodcut initials and illustrations throughout the text including a portrait of an astronomer and 60 double-page engraved maps designed by Giacomo Gastaldi. The majority of the 34 maps of the modern world are entirely new first appearances, including 7 maps of the Americas. Among the maps of the Americas is the Nueva Hispania tabula nova which shows the Mississippi and Florida area and is the first separate printed map of the region. Also included is the landmark Tierra Nueva map of the North American coast from Florida to Labrador. In fine condition. Housed in a custom cloth clamshell box. An exceptional example of this landmark work. Ptolemy's Geographia, or Geography, first appeared in Greek in Alexandria circa 150 C.E. as a new revision of the now non-extant atlas of Marinus of Tyre using additional Roman and Persian geographical dictionaries and principles. The Geography's translation into Arabic in the 9th century and Latin in 1406 was highly influential on the geographical knowledge and cartographic traditions of the medieval Caliphate and Renaissance Europe. No Greek manuscript of the Geography survives from earlier than the 13th century and the first Latin translations were completed circa 1406 by by Jacobus Angelus in Flo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books [US]
2019-04-05 06:33:37
BORDONE, Benedetto di (1460-1531)
[Venice: 1528/1547]. Double-page woodcut world map on an oval projection from Bordone's Isolario (Image: 8 1/4 x 14 3/4 in.; 21 x 37.5 cm. Sheet: 11 1/4 x 15 in.; 28.6 x 38.1 cm), verso bears signature "DD." BINDING/CONDITION: One light spot, else fine. Unbound, hinged to a mat. (65B1A) A BRIGHT COPY. "For a long time Bordone's world map was cited as the first drawn on an oval projection, prior to the discovery of Francesco Rosselli's map of c. 1508 using this form of construction. References within Bordone's book indicate that he had been occupied on its compilation for many years prior to publication his 1528 map is undoubtedly based on Rosselli's oval one although there are several points of difference; for instance the omission of all antarctic lands and the separation of Asia and America. Rosselli's truncated form of South America is retained" (Shirley). PROVENANCE: Sotheby's New York, Fine Manuscript and Printed Americana, 24 January 2019, lot 2034 REFERENCE: Shirley 59
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-04-03 10:57:13
GALIEN, Claude. [Galen]
Guillaume Rouillé, Lyon, 1547. Plein veau brun moucheté (reliure de la fin du dix-septième / début du dix-huitième siècle), dos à quatre nerfs orné et doré portant la pièce de titre, gardes en papier marbré. Un volume in-24 (115x72 mm) de 133-(1)-(2 bl.) / 192-(13)-(3 bl.) pages . Quelques marginalia. Deux ouvrages de Galien reliés en un volume. Rares éditions de ces ouvrages sur les crises et sur les différentes sortes de fièvres, données par Guillaume Rouillé en 1547. Pour Galien, les états fébriles (définis par un excès de chaleur dans le coeur qui se diffuse ensuite dans le reste du corps) ne sont pas rangés parmi la sémiologie d'une maladie, mais considérés comme des pathologies à part entière. Il décrit les différentes espèces de fièvres simples (sanguine, bileuse, pituiteuse) dont il affirme qu'elles sont causées par des maladies de même nature. Séduisant exemplaire très bien conservé. Dezeimeris [II, 456] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ End of seventeenth-century full brown mottled calf, spine gilt in five compartments, title in gilt on lettering-piece, marbled endpapers. 24mo (115x72 mm), 133-(1)-(2 bl.) / 192-(13)-(3 bl.) pages . Some old manuscript marginalia Two rare works from Galen on crisis and fever. Good copy Dezeimeris [II, 456] In 24 144g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2019-03-30 15:22:36
HOLBEIN
LYON: HOLBEIN SUITE DES GRAVURES DE L'ÉDITION DE 1547 (texte en français) Les Images de la mort, auxquelles sont ajoutées douze figures contenant 53 planches dont douze nouvelles aussi belles que les premières 27 feuillets (A3-D5) (manquent A1, le titre, A2, Avertissement au lecteur) (les feuillets A3 à C5 ont été remontés) on a rajouté la page de titre à la date de l'édition originale (1538) petit in 8 vélin moderne fermé par deux rubans.
Bookseller: LIVRES ET DOCUMENTS ANCIENS (inquarto) [montpellier, Languedoc-Rousillon, FR]
2019-03-25 16:46:55
MANUSCRIT).
S.l.: s.n., sd fin XVIIème ou début du XVIIIème siècle, 1547. 4 parties ("livres") reliées en 2 tomes in-4; T.I: Livres premier et second: 112 ff., [[2 ff. Table]; 113 - 210 ff., [1 ff. Table]. T.II: Livres troisième et quatrième: 109 ff., [1 ff. Table]; 110 - 209 ff., [1 ff. Table]. Reliure d'époque en plein vélin, dos à nerfs avec pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge finement ornées. Mouillures marginales au second volume, découpe dans la garde du premier contre-plat de chaque volume (vraisemblablement pour faire disparaître un ex-libris), autrement en bel état. Beau manuscrit à l'écriture très régulière et bien espacée. L'auteur y relate en détail les huit premières années (de 1547 à 1554) du règne de Henri II (1519-1559), second fils de François Ier, qui fut mortellement blessé lors d'un tournoi le 30 Juin 1559. Henry II avait épousé en 1533 la jeune Catherine de Médicis, alors âgée de quatorze ans, et devint dauphin en 1536 à la mort de son frère aîné, succédant à François 1er en 1547. Ce manuscrit ne semble jamais avoir été publié. Un manuscrit semblable se trouve dans la Bibliothèque du Ministère de la Guerre (in: "Catalogue général des manuscrits des bibliothèques publiques de France: Bibliothèques de la Guerre". Plon-Nourrit, 1911). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE DES CARRÉS [Gennes, France]
2019-03-11 14:14:27
XENOPHON.
A Paris, pour Jean Longis, 1547. in-4. 8ff. 172ff. chiffrés. Demi-toile, dos lisse (reliure du 19e siècle). Edition Originale de la première traduction française de la Cyropédie, biographie romancée du souverain perse Cyrus dans laquelle Xénophon ébauche l'éducation du Prince idéal. Cette traduction est due à l'helléniste et magistrat français d'origine grecque Jacques de Vintemille (1512-1582), qui fut une figure intéressantes des lettres françaises de son époque. Né dans l'île grecque de Rhodes de l'union d'un aristocrate italien avec une riche descendante des Paléologues, les derniers empereurs de Constantinople, Jacques de Vintemille vit sa fortune prendre un tournant lors de l'invasion de l'île par les Turcs en 1522, où son père perdit la vie. Recueilli par la riche famille de Vauzelles, il fut envoyé en France où il reçut une éducation humaniste de haut niveau. Vintimille se fit bientôt remarquer par ses aptitudes naturelles pour la langue grecque, et c'est à la demande de François 1er qu'il entreprit la traduction du présent ouvrage, qui est sa première production imprimée. Petite fenêtre angulaire découpée dans le blanc du titre, égratignant le bord de quelques lettres. Bon exemplaire par ailleurs, dans une modeste reliure d'attente du 19e siècle. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-03-10 12:44:36
ARTEMIDORO Daldiano
Vinegia,: appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1547. Vinegia, appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1547. In-24 gr. (mm. 140x82), p. pergamena settecentesca (picc. manc. al dorso), tagli rossi, 8 cc.nn., 293 pp.num. (manca l'ultima carta bianca); testo in corsivo; marca tipografica al frontespizio e grandi capilettera figurati a vignetta inc. su legno. Dedicatoria di Pietro Lauro a don Diego Hurtado di Mendozza. Trattato in 5 libri. Rara contraffazione, stampata all'inizio del XVIII secolo (probabilmente a Venezia dal libraio Panvino), del più antico libro sui sogni e la loro interpretazione, testo così stimato da Freud che il padre della moderna psicoanalisi ne usò il titolo per la sua opera più celebre. L'Autore, Artemidoro di Daldi (sec. II d.C.), scrittore greco e interprete professionale di sogni, con questo trattato tentò una sistemazione scientifica della materia onirica. Cfr. Graesse,I,234 per la prima ediz. del Giolito, 1542: “Il en existe des réimpressions: Vinegia, Giolito 1547 (il y en a une contrefaçon assez récente avec la meme date) et 1558" - Bongi “Annali del Giolito”,I,145-146: “contraffazione dell'orig. condotta senza attenzione, non essendosi neppure mantenuta la numerazione a carte, ma sostituitavi quella a pagine”. Esempl. leggerm. smarginato; antiche scritte ai risg., fiorito e con aloni.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
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2019-03-07 22:36:55
CRISOSTOMO, Juan, Santo [Chrysostom, John] (ca. 344-407).
Paris: Apud Mathurinum Dupuys. . . Sylvestris & Frobenii, 1547. Paris:: Apud Mathurinum Dupuys. . . Sylvestris & Frobenii, 1547., 1547. Two parts in one. Small 8vo. 283, [1], 79 ff. Woodcut initial letters, printed marginalia, index. Original full historiated pigskin with brass clasps, manuscript spine title. Stamp on title: Ad Biblioth[eque]. Conv. Franc., with related manuscript inscription at head of title. AS IS: heavily wormed throughout. Very rare (no copies located). Part of the commentaries, or homilies, on the Bible, this part being the Book of John, the fourth Gospel, and including, in the second part, the Books of Mark and Luke. Another part printed separately (not present here), contains commentaries on the book of Matthew [pagination [8], 276ff.]. John Chrysostom, c. 349 - 407, Archbishop of Constantinople, was also a prolific writer and his homilies are well known. "Chrysostom's extant homiletical works are vast, including many hundreds of exegetical homilies on both the New Testament (especially the works of Saint Paul) and the Old Testament (particularly on Genesis). Among his extant exegetical works are sixty-seven homilies on Genesis, fifty-nine on the Psalms, ninety on the Gospel of Matthew, eighty-eight on the Gospel of John, and fifty-five on the Acts of the Apostles." - Wikip. & Catholic Encyclopaedia. WorldCat records 2 copies of the second part only: Red de Lectura Publica de Euskadi, Spain; Universitat de Barcelona. CRAI, Spain.
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books [CARLSBAD, California, US]
2019-03-05 04:33:24
MARGUERITE DE VALOIS, reine de Navarre.
1547. Très bien imprimée en caractères italiques, cette édition est ornée des 10 ravissantes vignettes gravées sur bois par Bernard Salomon dit le petit Bernard. Deux parties reliées en 2 volumes in-8 de : I/ 541 pp. chiffrées titre compris, 1 f. de marque ; II/ 342 pp., 1 f. avec 1 fleuron, bandeaux, lettrines et 10 gravures sur bois dans le texte, atteinte à quelques titres courants.Maroquin rouge, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, dos lisses ornés à la grotesque, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin vert, filet or sur les coupes, roulette intérieure dorée, tranches dorées. Reliure du XVIIIe siècle.142 x 91 mm. / Very well printed in italics, this edition is decorated with 10 ravishing wood-engraved vignettes by Bernard Salomon also known as Le Petit Bernard. Two parts bound in two 8vo volumes [142 x 91 mm] of: I/ 541 numbered pp. title included, 1 l. with mark; II/ 342 pp., 1 l. with 1 floral ornament, head piece, ornamental capitals and ten woodcuts in the text, few running titles cropped.Red morocco, triple gilt fillet around the covers, flat spines decorated with grotesque patterns, green morocco lettering pieces, inner gilt border, gilt edges. 18th century binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Camille Sourget [Paris, France]
2019-03-04 20:22:30
PICCOLOMINEI, Alexandri [Alessandro Piccolomini].
Romae: Apud Antonium Bladum Asulanum, 1547. Romae:: Apud Antonium Bladum Asulanum, 1547., 1547. Sm. 4to. [viii] pp., CX ff. Signatures: A-2E? 2F². Printer's woodcut device on title, woodcut initials, geometric diagrams throughout and occasional woodcut figures [balance scales [XXI-XXII], unknown device [XXXV], wedge [XXXIX], pulley [XL], well [LX], 2-man team with poles braced between them, on their shoulders in order to lift a heavy rock [LXII], concentric circles as in a solar system model, incl. rocks in place of planets [LXVIII]; f. XL bottom corner torn away. Early quarter vellum, marbled boards, later endleaves; worming at spine joints, vellum present, but gnarled. Ownership signature and black stamps on title. Very good. OF ARISTOTELIAN MECHANICS AND ITS PHILOSOPHY. First edition. This book ignited a debate "over the certainty of mathematics, which was sparked in 1547 by Alessandro Piccolomini's commentary on pseudo-Aristotle's Problemata Mechanica." :: Niccolò Guicciardini, Isaac Newton on Mathematical Certainty and Method - Issue 4 :: 2009, pp. 3-4. See also: Nicholas Jardine, "Keeping Order in the School of Padua," 1997. / "Many sixteenth-century authors studied the Mechanical Problems." These include Niccolo Leonico Tomeo, Alessandro Piccolomini, Girolamo Cardano, and Niccolo Tartaglia. "Alessandro Piccolomini chose to make it more accessible by publishing a paraphrase of the work in 1547 in Rome: In mechanicas quaestiones Aristotelis, para phrasis paulo quidem plenior, shows both his erudition in the use of available manuscripts as well as his practical knowle … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA [Carlsbad, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-03-03 18:13:35
ANON.
Small 8vo, A-Z8, AA-RR8, [8], 320 leaves, italic letter, small historiated metal-cut initials, slight browning to title-page and first gathering, clean tear to G2 without loss, old vellum, sound. Engraved armorial book-plate "Bibliotheque du Chateau de Tanqueux" on front pastedown, inscription "1742 di Giaco Soranzo"(probably a descendant of Jacopo Soranzo, the 16c. Venetian procurator painted by Tintoretto) on front fly, signature of "Herbert M Evans" on front fly, "D'arblay" on front fly verso.
Bookseller: H M Fletcher [UK]
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2019-02-28 23:37:12
TRISSINO, GIOVANNI GIORGIO
Rome: Valerio & Luigi Dorico; Venice: Tolomeo Gianicolo, 1547-48. FIRST EDITION. 183 x 96 mm. (6 3/8 x 3 3/4"). 8 p.l., 175, [1] (blank), 181, [3], 184, [6] leaves (final blank). Three volumes bound in one. FIRST EDITION. APPEALING PERIOD-STYLE RED MOROCCO, GILT, BY FRANCIS BEDFORD, covers framed by gilt and blind rules, gilt leaves at corners, gilt lettering in central panel, raised bands decorated with gilt, panels tooled in blind with floral rolls, gilt-ruled turn-ins, edges gilt and elaborately gauffered. Title within architectural woodcut frame, printer's full-page Golden Fleece device at end of second and third parts, a double-page diagram showing Belisarius' camp, and a double-page woodcut map of Rome. Adams T-954. Leaves lightly pressed (in keeping with bibliophilic fashion at the time of binding), but not washed, a hint of wear to joints, spine lightly (but uniformly) sunned, short faint scratch to lower cover, but all these imperfections trivial, and AN ALTOGETHER VERY FINE COPY, especially smooth, clean, fresh, and bright internally.This is the scarce first printing, unexpurgated, of the first serious epic in Italian, produced by Trissino (1478-1550) after many years of labor. A tale of military honor and might, it describes the campaigns of Justinian's general Belisarius to free Italy from Ostrogoth rule. Following Aristotelian rules and borrowing from the manner of Homer, Trissino felt that this work would not only bring something of the divine essence of Ancient Greek to Italian literature, but also supersede, with something more elevated, Ariosto's unworth … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-02-23 22:45:14
Alonso de Fuentes
Sevilla: Juan de León, 1547. Summa de philosophia natural en la qual assi mismo se tracta de astulugia y astronomia, y otras sciencias en estilo nunca visto, nuevamente sacada por el magnifico cauallero Alonso de Fuentes. Sevilla, en casa de Juan de León, 1547. Description: 4º. CXXVIII, [46]. Complete. Fine 19th century binding in half leather. Title page with a woodblock a little bit trimmed. Very good condition. Worm gallery in the inner margin of some leaves not affecting text. Beautiful woodblock pictures on astrology and astronomy. Very rare spanish book, gothic types, woodblock world map , references to America. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: brandagedeon [Lérida, ES]
2019-02-23 11:34:10
(MANUSCRIT).
S.l.: s.n., s.d. [fin XVIIème ou début du XVIIIème siècle]. 4 parties ("livres") reliées en 2 tomes in-4; T.I: Livres premier et second: 112 ff., [[2 ff. Table]; 113 - 210 ff., [1 ff. Table]. T.II: Livres troisième et quatrième: 109 ff., [1 ff. Table]; 110 - 209 ff., [1 ff. Table]. Reliure d'époque en plein vélin, dos à nerfs avec pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge finement ornées. Mouillures marginales au second volume, découpe dans la garde du premier contre-plat de chaque volume (vraisemblablement pour faire disparaître un ex-libris), autrement en bel état.Beau manuscrit à l'écriture très régulière et bien espacée. L'auteur y relate en détail les huit premières années (de 1547 à 1554) du règne de Henri II (1519-1559), second fils de François Ier, qui fut mortellement blessé lors d'un tournoi le 30 Juin 1559. Henry II avait épousé en 1533 la jeune Catherine de Médicis, alors âgée de quatorze ans, et devint dauphin en 1536 à la mort de son frère aîné, succédant à François 1er en 1547. Ce manuscrit ne semble jamais avoir été publié. Un manuscrit semblable se trouve dans la Bibliothèque du Ministère de la Guerre (in: "Catalogue général des manuscrits des bibliothèques publiques de France: Bibliothèques de la Guerre". Plon-Nourrit, 1911).
Bookseller: Librairie des Carrés [France, Gennes]
2019-02-18 23:34:58
Alonso de Fuentes
Summa de philosophia natural en la qual assi mismo se tracta de astulugia y astronomia, y otras sciencias en estilo nunca visto, nuevamente sacada por el magnifico cauallero Alonso de Fuentes. Sevilla, en casa de Juan de León, 1547. Description: 4º. CXXVIII, [46]. Complete. Fine 19th century binding in half leather. Title page with a woodblock a little bit trimmed. Very good condition. Worm gallery in the inner margin of some leaves not affecting text. Beautiful woodblock pictures on astrology and astronomy. Very rare spanish book, gothic types, woodblock world map , references to America. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: brandagedeon [Lérida, ES]
2019-02-12 15:53:37
M Tillius Cicero
1547. Condition: 6 Cut short on top touching the letters on top of the page(only titles of the page), further no loss of the text. . Binding: Contemporary Full Leather 32mo
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Meuzelaar [Netherlands]
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2019-02-11 18:16:41
1547. Francesco Petrarca; Il Petrarcha Description Francesco Petrarca; Alessandro Vellutello; Lodovico Domenichi; Gabriele Giolito de' Ferrari『Il Petrarcha』、 1547、In Vinegia : Appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari フランチェスコ・ペトラルカ 古版本『Il Petrarcha』1547年版初版初摺本 総ヴェラム装(当時装)西洋中世文学 Payment We only accept PayPal payments. Please pay within 3 days after auction is finished. Shipping is only available to the address registered in PayPal. Please note that any address not registered in PayPal is not acceptable to ship. Shipping Free Shipping Worldwide!! Shipping Duration Shipping Method Asia North America Central America Middle East AU, NZ Europe Russia South America Africa EMS 3 - 6 days 4 - 6 days 3 - 5 days 4 - 6 days ePacket 3 - 7 days 5 - 12 days 4 - 8 days 6 - 8 days Excludes: Japan EMS (Recommend) 1.Fast and reliable registered airmail shipping 2.With tracking number(detailed tracking) 3.With full insurance 4.Usually, 3-7 business days to receive epacket 1.Registered airmail shipping 2.With tracking number 3.With a little insurance (under 6,000 yen(about US$50)) 4.Usually, 7-14 business days to receive In some cases, YAMATO TRANSPORT may be used. Terms of Sale Money back guarantee within 60 days if returned by customer. 1)Welcome to wholesale and purchase, if you have any question, please contact us first. We will reply you within 24 hours.(except weekends and holidays). 2)Our normal business hour is Monday through Friday 9 AM to 6 PM Japan Time. All emails and orders will NOT be processed during weekends and holidays. 3)We will leave positive feedback to buyer as soon as buyer pay … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-02-09 07:26:37
Jacopo Sannazaro
1547. Jacopo Sannazaro. Opera Omnia. Iacobi Sanazarii Opera Omnia.Quorum Indicem sequens pagella continent Apud Seb. Gryphium Lugduni 1547. Woodcut device on title.Discreet early Ex Libris on ffe. 298 pages. 16mo, 8 x 16 cm, contemporary reverse calf, all edge dyed red; worm hole at inner margin affecting a few letters, generally sound otherwise. Brunet V, page 127; Not in Adams. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: South Willington Book Cartel [WILLINGTON, CT, U.S.A.]
2019-02-07 17:06:39
Calderia Giovanni
Venice Giuseppe Comino da Trino 1547. 8° (150x93 mm). Printed on blue paper. Collation: *4, A-Z4, AA-YY4. [4], 179, [1] leaves. Roman and italic type. Woodcut printer's device on the title-page. Numerous woodcut animated initials. Early twentieth-century mottled calf, over pasteboards. Covers within two floral borders. Smooth spine divided into compartments with gilt fillet, gilt title on blue lettering-piece, imprint lettered in gilt. Pastedowns and flyleaves in blue paper. Good copy, the first leaves slightly spotted, last leaves somewhat browned. On the recto of the front flyleaf the pencilled note 'Papier bleu rare'.Provenance: Count Raoul Chandon de Briailles (1850-1908; ex-libris on the recto of the first flyleaf). Rare first edition – printed on blue paper – of this treatise by the Venetian physician Giovanni Calderia, possibly composed in 1457, and posthumously edited by Michelangelo Biondo, author of Della nobilissima pittura (see no. 108). The edition is dedicated by him to Francesco Donà. Calderia wrote the Concordantiae Poetarum Philosophorum et Theologorum for his beloved daughter Cateruzza, in order to remove her from her excited religiousness: in fact, in 1451, Guarino Veronese's son asked for Cateruzza's hand in marriage but the pious sentiment of the girl, supported by her mother, caused the negotiations to fail. The work guaranteed to its author a certain reputation as a Platonic philosopher during the subsequent centuries. This copy offered here was once owned by one of the greatest collectors of blue paper books: Raoul Chandon de Briailles, w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-02-05 23:14:12
HOLBEIN
LYON: HOLBEIN SUITE DES GRAVURES DE L'ÉDITION DE 1547 (texte en français) Les Images de la mort, auxquelles sont ajoutées douze figures contenant 53 planches dont douze nouvelles aussi belles que les premières 27 feuillets (A3-D5) (manquent A1, le titre, A2, Avertissement au lecteur) (les feuillets A3 à C5 ont été remontés) on a rajouté la page de titre à la date de l'édition originale (1538) petit in 8 vélin moderne fermé par deux rubans.
Bookseller: LIVRES ET DOCUMENTS ANCIENS [montpellier, Languedoc-Rousillon, FR]
2019-02-04 14:14:07
ANON
[Colophon] Venice: Michele Tramezino, 1547. Small 8vo, A-Z8, AA-RR8, [8], 320 leaves, italic letter, small historiated metal-cut initials, slight browning to title-page and first gathering, clean tear to G2 without loss, old vellum, sound. Engraved armorial book-plate "Bibliotheque du Chateau de Tanqueux" on front pastedown, inscription "1742 di Giaco Soranzo"(probably a descendant of Jacopo Soranzo, the 16c. Venetian procurator painted by Tintoretto) on front fly, signature of "Herbert M Evans" on front fly, "D'arblay" on front fly verso. This is the second edition of a very rare book, first published in 1544. COPAC locates only the BL copy in the UK; the World Catalogue adds two copies in France, Bibliotheque Mazarine and Bibliotheque Sainte-Genevieve, and only one copy of the 1544 edition (BL), the earliest in Italy is a 1558 edition at Bologna and in the USA a 1552 edition at the Huntington Library. The original Spanish text was first published in Salamanca in 1511 and is sometimes attributed to Francisco Vazquez; this translation into Italian is attributed to Mambrino Roseo. Reference: OCLC 492511996. BL 002756899Brunet vol.IV col. 331 (not noticing this edn).
Bookseller: H. M. Fletcher [United Kingdom]
2019-02-02 18:04:12
Ubbo EMIUS, Ubbonis EMMII ou Ubbone EMMIO
Sumptibus Elseviriorum: 1547. Généalogie - Appendix genealogica illuftrando operi chronologico adjecta ad eunden nobilifsimum & amplifsimum virum Généalogie de Mathusalem & descendance, familles Empereur de Rome, Empereurs d'Orient & d'Occident De Ubbo EMIUS, (Ubbonis EMMII ou Ubbone EMMIO) - 1547 - 1626 - historien hollandais, calviniste, directeur du collège de Siers en 1594 Excudebat Ioannes Sassius, Typographus Ordinarius - Sumptibus Elseviriorum - 1620 - Petit In-folio - Eition Originale - Reliure plein veau - coins frottés - Dos à nerfs à caissons fleuronnés dorés - Tranches rouges - 167 pages + pages blanches pour poursuivre les généalogies - rare - Envoi rapide et soigné. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: boistibaut53 [brest, FR]
2019-02-02 06:40:33
DV1702-17) TITE LIVE.
Venise, [Stamperia degli heredi di L.A. Giunti Fiorentino], 1547. in-Folio. 21ff. 485 feuillets numérotés (i.e. 483). Plein vélin rigide, dos lisse (reliure postérieure). Belle édition de grand format des Décades de Tite Live, "synthèse puissante de l'œuvre des historiens romains qui l'avaient précédé" (Encyclopedia Universalis). Elle fut donnée par l'homme d'état, historien et poète florentin Jacopo Nardi (1476-1563) qui fut notamment un opposant déclaré de la famille des Médicis. Assez bon exemplaire, soigneusement lavé et encollé.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
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