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2019-01-14 22:28:09
Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1547 Énorme Platea Law Commentaire sur Justinian Institutes Corpus Juris Civilis Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1547 Platea énorme commentaire Loi de Justinien instituts Corpus Juris Civilis Un commentaire très rare et relativement peu connu sur le droit de Joannes de la Place. Également connu sous le nom de Platea, cet auteur comprend le droit de Justinien instituts, un travail qui devait être utilisé par des étudiants en droit qui avait par inadvertance juridique d'importance dans la Cour ! Ce travail incroyable parut en 1547, sous le règne d'Henri II de France et dispose d'une page de titre joliment décorée. Numéro d'article : #3277 Prix : $950 DE PLATEA, Johannes Ioannes De Platea Svper Qvatvor Institvtionvm Lib. : Excellentissimi Ac Consvmmatissimi Ivris Vtrivsqve professoris domini Ioannis de Platea commentaria, en quatuor libros Institutionum ; Quæ olim imparfaite, & inemendata prodierunt : Nunc verò integra & recognita : ac diligenti cura & stilo castigata : cum additionibus adiunctis : & Summarijs moderno vsui in capite nuperrimè insertis : cunq [ue] Repertorio dans voluminis fronte apposito faustè ex ordiuntur [Lyon] : Apud Hæredes I. Iunctæ, 1547. Détails: · Nombre de pages : Complet avec toutes les feuilles le [16], [3], 3-137 · Langue : Latin · Reliure : Cu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-14 16:32:12
Senofonte Efesio
Appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, in Vinegia, 1547. Ottimo stato generale di conservazione c.c. 154 + (12) p. 150x100 mm p.perg. cordonata coeva titoli a mano sul dorso
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [roma, ROMA, Italy]
2019-01-13 07:27:00
Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1547 Girolamo Savonarola Apocalypse Prophecy Italien Renaissance Florence Italie Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1547 Girolamo Savonarola Apocalypse prophétie Renaissance italienne Florence Italie Girolamo Savonarola était un 15e-frère dominicain siècle de Florence qui était connu pour ses prêches prophétiques. Beaucoup de ces sermons et les révélations sont enregistrés dans cette impression de 1547 des œuvres de Savonarole. Publié à Venise, ce petit ouvrage de dévotion inclut un court Dialogue qui décrit le voyage de l'auteur pour parler avec Dieu. Autres sujets spirituels incluent ascension au ciel, Messie et Hébreux, foi croissante et l'avenir de la vie. Numéro d'article : #2935 Prix : $1500 SAVONAROLE, Girolamo Opéra di frate Hieronymo Sauonarola da Ferrara, della semplicita della UATI Christiana, nella quale insegna come uiuere debbe il uero Christiano. En Vénétie : Segno Al della Speranza, 1547. Détails: · Classement complet avec toutes les pages : 64 + 32 feuilles le Signatures : A-H⁸ Aa-Dd⁸ · Références : Adams S 479 ; 23999 Edit16 ; USTC 855274 ; Quartich III, 738 ; · Langue : italien · Reliure : Cuir ; Tight & sécurisé · Taille: ~ 6,25 X 4,5 po (16 cm x 11 cm) · Rare avec aucun autre exemple pour la vente dans le monde entier Notre garantie: Très rapide. Très s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-12 21:01:58
Fuentes, Alonso de
Sevilla: Juan de Leon. First edition, 1547, 8vo (7.5 inches, 19 cm), bound in late 19th century half-morocco, marbled boards, very good, text block cropped, cutting into the righthand border of the title page a little too closely, otherwise presenting no problems, (2 ff) I-CXXVIII ff., 43 unnumbered ff. -- despite some jumps and mistakes in pagination, collates as complete. Includes 17 woodcut figures, some showing maps, and one map (f. cxix) giving a hint of the Americas. Another map shows the probable sources of the Nile. There is some worming to the upper inner gutter of ff. xlii-lix. There is also minor worming to a good part of text either in the lower margin or the lower part of the text throughout, usually no more than one or two tiny holes; and there is some minor worming to the lower inner gutter of some of the unnumbered pages at the end. There are a few pages showing faint old brown ink stains or marks to lower margin. Otherwise very good. A compilation of material on natural history, astronomy and astrology, with an emphasis on scientific rather than supernatural explanations. Covers some astronomical details including eclipses and orbits. The text is formatted as a dialogue between an Italian and a Castillian, using two kinds of type and two languages -- Ethrusco, the Italian, speaks in Italian verse with Roman letters; Vandalio's replies are in Castillian and in gothic lettering. Has not come up at auction since 2013 when a copy in probably better condition sold for a total of 3500 Pounds at Christie's; before that, one has to go back to 1986 where a copy sold … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareBookStore [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US]
2019-01-08 19:51:17
Mexia, Pedro. (Sevilla 1499-1551)
Dominico de Robertis, 7 de abril de, Sevilla, 1547. PRIMERA EDICIÓN EN EJEMPLAR ÚNICO A LA VENTA. Este es el ejemplar de la biblioteca Salvá, que fue adquirido por Heredia y vendido en Paris en 1891. Los ejemplares en bibliotecas públicas no han aumentado desde mediados del siglo XIX. Solo se conocen cinco ejemplares: Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid; CSIC (?), y Complutense (2006) procedente del legado Francisco Guerra. British Museum (ejemplar del Hispanic Society de Nueva York) y Pública de Boston (?). Los Coloquios de Pedro Mexia (Sevilla 1499-1551), están enmarcados en Sevilla. El autor dedica la obra al marqués de Tarifa y le dedica la epístola que la encabeza, fechada en Sevilla a 7 de Abril de 1547 (la misma fecha del colofón del impresor). Forman la obra siete diálogos y coloquios: Dialogo de los médicos; Coloquio primero del combite; Coloquio segundo del combite; Coloquio del Sol; Coloquio del porfiado; Dialogo de la Tierra, Dialogo natural. En todos ellos intervienen personajes (propios de Sevilla "conciudadanos"), en el primero son Gaspar, Bernardo, Don Nuño, Maestro; en el segundo y tercero (combites): Baltasar, Ordoño, Don Bermudo, Arnaldo, Don Antonio, Maestro. En el coloquio del Sol, intervienen: Paulo, Petronio, Antonio y Ludovico, "Los interlocutores se fingen juntar en la Yglesia Mayor de Sevilla", en este coloquio el texto de los folios CIIv y CIII, se describe el viaje alrededor del mundo de MAGALLANES, y la redondez de la tierra, los polos, etc. Sigue el "Coloquio del Porfiado", con tres interlocutores: Paulo, Fabian y Ludovico, y un hombre docto: el Bach … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Delstres [Canet de Mar, BCN, Spain]
2019-01-05 08:12:57
BOTTAZZO, Giovanni Iacopo (m. dopo il 1574) - FRANCO, Niccolò (1515-1570)
Iacopo Ruffinelli, 1547. In 8vo (cm 15,5); pergamena coeva con titolo manoscritto lungo il taglio inferiore (mancano i legacci); cc. 168. Marca tipografica al titolo. Carattere corsivo. Ottima copia.EDIZIONE ORIGINALE dedicata a Massimiano Stampa, marchese di Soncino. La prima parte dell'opera contiene i tre dialoghi del Bottazzo, che trattano rispettivamente di geografia generale, dei venti e di astronomia ("sfera e cose celesti"). Essi contengono in forma concisa tutto il sapere pratico dell'epoca in materia di navigazione e furono pensati per essere letti da marinai e navigatori.La seconda parte del volume (cc. 128-167) contiene invece vari componimenti di Nicolò Franco, Giovan Francesco Arrivabene ed altri ''argonauti'' sullo stesso argomento (cfr. M. Maylender, Storia delle Accademie d'Italia, Bologna, 1926-'30, I, p. 333).Un ulteriore dialogo su Alessandro Magno, la bussola, la calamita e gli inventori degli strumenti navali, annunciato in un secondo libro di imminente pubblicazione, non vide invece mai la luce. Il Bottazzo, letterato nato a Montecastello (AL), nel terzo dialogo narra alcune sue vicende giovanili, in particolare di un amore infelice che lo avrebbe allontanto "dal patrio nido" e portato a viaggiare a lungo in compagnia di un maestro siciliano, acquistando grande esperienza di uomini e cose. Rientrato in Piemonte, nel 1540 a Casale fu insieme a N. Franco tra i fondatori dell'Accademia degli Argonauti. Successivamente venne incaricato dell'educazione di Isabella Gonzaga, futura sposa di Francesco Ferdinando d'Avalos, marchese di Pescara. In occasione d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [Italy]
2019-01-04 06:26:33
Girolamo FAGIUOLI
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 [Roma, Italy]
2018-12-17 08:28:52
Bible
Bartholomaei Gravii Typographii, Louvain, 1547. "The Bible of the Counter-Reformation." This edition was ordered by the Council of Trent as a standard on which to base vernacular translations. This seminal work became the basis for many such translations, e.g., the Douay Rheims translation into English. The translation was made by Flemish scholar Johannes Hentenius from the faculty of the Catholic Louvain College in Belgium and based on that of Robert Stephanus. This copy is finely bound in full blind-tooled calf with spine in seven panels offset by functional raised bands and with a leather gilt-stamped label. Large folio. Collates complete, except for final leaf of tables: 26ff (52 pp.); 376ff (752 pp.); 96ff (192 pp.); & 33ff. (of 34) 66 pp. (of 68). Leaves are generally bright and crisp. Illustrated title mounted with rubrication added to inner edge; occasional tiny wormholes; ff. 316, 319, & 320 have text repaired with printing of some words supplied in a fine hand resembling the actual text. Endpapers renewed. This is a "de luxe" copy with ornate historiated initials hand-tinted in gold, red, blue, and green. PROVENANCE: the historic Munich Court Library (Bayerische Staatsbibliotek) which acquired a large collection of priceless books and manuscripts from the dissolution of Bavarian monasteries in 1803. Laid in is the de-accession certification: "Duplum Bibliothecae Regiae Monacensis" (the Latin name for the library). Overall a beautiful and impressive copy of this significant historical document. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquarian Theology [Houston, TX, U.S.A.]
2018-12-14 19:39:40
Xénophon Cyropédie A Paris chez Vincent Sertenas 1547 Reliure cuir Etat Reliure à restaurer (usure manque dos...) Quelques lettres sur la 1ere page blanche cette page est abimée Livre très ancien donc l'état ne peut être excellent Livraison Mondial relay ou colissimo.
Bookseller: CLT-Livres [Longueil, FR]
2018-12-12 00:33:04
DEMOSTHENES
Basileae: Ioannem Heruagium, 1547. Demosthenes's orations are considered some of the most significant and important speeches on the politics of ancient Greek culture and Greek law. He spoke out about the use of the Greek navy, the importance of freedom, Athenian law, and the governing of the people. This rare, mid-16th-century printing of 'Orationum' was published by Johan Herwagen and features the expected printer's mark on the title page. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-12-12 00:33:04
DEMOSTHENES
Basileae: Ioannem Heruagium, 1547. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Demosthenes's orations are considered some of the most significant and important speeches on the politics of ancient Greek culture and Greek law. He spoke out about the use of the Greek navy, the importance of freedom, Athenian law, and the governing of the people. This rare, mid-16th-century printing of 'Orationum' was published by Johan Herwagen and features the expected printer's mark on the title page. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-12-05 06:05:28
Mattei, Antonio
1547. Rome, 1547. OCLC 3 cps worldwide; 1 in the U.S. Rare Sixteenth-Century Study of Judicial Jurisdiction Mattei, Antonio. Prorogationes Fori & Competentiae, Preventionis, & Iuris Revocandi Domum, Reconventionis, Et Reorum Transmissionis. Tractatus. [Rome]: [Impensis Antonii Bladi Asulani, 1547]. [ii], 65, [2] ff. Final leaf, a blank, lacking. Main text in parallel columns. Quarto (8" x 5-1/2"). Recent period-style calf, blind rules and large blind central arabesques to boards, raised bands and blind ornaments to spine, endpapers renewed. Title printed with woodcut architectural border, woodcut decorated initials. Moderate toning to text, faint dampspotting in places, faint dampstains to lower margins of a few leaves below text. A handsome copy of a rare title. $1,850. * Only edition. This study addresses the Roman law of prorogation, which addresses the expansion of a court's authority to hear a case beyond its jurisdiction by consent of the parties involved. Mattei, a Roman lawyer, was professor of civil law at the University of Rome from 1548 to 1549. OCLC locates 3 copies, 1 in North America (Harvard Law School). Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE24577.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-11-27 17:24:40
DEMOSTHENES
1547 1st ed Demosthenes Orations GREEK Speeches Politics Ancient Greece Herwagen Demosthenes s orations are considered some of the most significant and important speeches on the politics of ancient Greek culture and Greek law. He spoke out about the use of the Greek navy, the importance of freedom, Athenian law, and the governing of the people. This rare, mid-16th-century printing of Orationum was published by Johan Herwagen and features the expected printer s mark on the title page. Item number: #5194 Price: $750 DEMOSTHENES Tmema deuteron. Demosthenis orationum pars secunda: in qua iudiciales nouem eius publicae orationes continentur. Basileae : Per Ioannem Heruagium, [1547]. First edition. Details: Collation: Complete with all pages; tome II [38], 571, [13] Signatures: [*], [**]8[***]4, aa-zz, aaa-nnn8ooo4 References: Adams D 263; USTC 632402; VD16 D 485 Language: Greek Binding: Leather; tight & secure Size: ~7.25in X 4.75in (18.5cm x 12cm) Very rare with no other example for sale worldwide Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 5194 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-11-26 10:25:10
ALIGHIERI Dante -
Lione, per Giovanni di Tournes, 1547, 8vo (cm. 12 x 7,5) legatura settecentesca in piena pelle con snodi, tiutoli e fragi dorati al dorso, cornice dorata ai piatti, tagli rossi (qualche abrasione alle cerniere, piatti stanchi, alcune macchie ai piatti) pp. 539-(2) con ritratto di Dante xilografico al frontespizio, testatine, capilettera e finali zilografici, marca tipografica circolare xilografica all?ultima pagina. Antico restauro di circa un cm. al margine bianco inferiore delle prime due carte. Prima edizione della Divina Commedia pubblicata in Francia. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica Snc [Monte San Pietro, BO, Italy]
2018-11-12 08:45:21
PETRARCA.
Venice, Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1547. L-8vo. (21,7x15cm). [viii],216 leaves. With wood-engraved title-page, large and small woodcut initials, the urn with the ashes of Petrarca and Laura, fullpage map of the Vaucluse, 6 illustrations (each ca.6x7 cm.) in the Triomphi, and printer's device on last leaf, all wood-engraved. Laced vellum with morocco title-piece. (thin pencil underlinings and pencil annotations in French, in a neat hand, throughout; 19th-cent.annotation on second blank, head of spine slightly damaged) The third of seven Giolito editions (first 1544). Adams P.813. "The new style can be seen at its best in such books as Giolito's Petrarch of 1544. Giolito of Venice was the most influential Italian printer in the middle years of the century and he set a new fashion with his initials, borders and illustrations. These employed cross-hatching much more freely than hitherto and were copied by nearly all his Italian contemporaries. His initials, of which he had several sets cut, each contained a complete scene rather like the historiated initials of medieval manuscripts, and they seem to have been immensely popular." D.Bland, History of Book Illustration', p.139-140.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Brinkman, since 1954 / ILAB [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2018-11-08 00:05:06
PICCOLOMINEI, Alexandri [Alessandro Piccolomini].
Apud Antonium Bladum Asulanum, 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 knowledge of the contemporary mechanical technology." - Nenci, pp. 9 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books [CARLSBAD, California, US]
2018-11-07 08:40:04
HOSPINIANUS, Rodolphus.
STCN 080151191 (2 copies); WorldCat (4 other copies). Rare first and only edition of the Dutch translation of a theological work by the Swiss reformed theologian Rudolf Hospinian (1547-1626). The work is divided into 5 books, the first dealing with the "origin of temples", starting with the tabernacle and Jewist temples, upto christian churches. The second deals with objects that can be found in temples and churches and their function. The other three books deal with objects and buildings outside temples and churches, graveyards for example.Books 3-5 bound before books 1-2. With water stains throughout, first few leaves trimmed at the lower margin. Binding slightly stained, but overall in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-11-06 21:36:29
Fuentes, Alonso de
Sevilla: Juan de Leon, 1547. First printing. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, 1547, 8vo (7.5 inches, 19 cm), bound in late 19th century half-morocco, marbled boards, very good, text block cropped, cutting into the righthand border of the title page a little too closely, otherwise presenting no problems, (2 ff) I-CXXVIII ff., 43 unnumbered ff. -- despite some jumps and mistakes in pagination, collates as complete. Includes 17 woodcut figures, some showing maps, and one map (f. cxix) giving a hint of the Americas. Another map shows the probable sources of the Nile. There is some worming to the upper inner gutter of ff. xlii-lix. There is also minor worming to a good part of text either in the lower margin or the lower part of the text throughout, usually no more than one or two tiny holes; and there is some minor worming to the lower inner gutter of some of the unnumbered pages at the end. There are a few pages showing faint old brown ink stains or marks to lower margin. Otherwise very good. A compilation of material on natural history, astronomy and astrology, with an emphasis on scientific rather than supernatural explanations. Covers some astronomical details including eclipses and orbits. The text is formatted as a dialogue between an Italian and a Castillian, using two kinds of type and two languages -- Ethrusco, the Italian, speaks in Italian verse with Roman letters; Vandalio's replies are in Castillian and in gothic lettering. Has not come up at auction since 2013 when a copy in probably better condition sold for a total of 3500 Pounds at Christie's; before tha … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Caliban Books [U.S.A.]
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2018-11-06 12:33:03
Marco Guazzo
1547. complete mid-16th century history book of King Charles VIII of France in Italian. Historie di Messer Marco Guazzo oue se contengono la venuta, & partita d'Italia di Carlo Octtavo Re di Franza e come acquistò e lasciò il Regno si Napoli, et tutte le cose in quei tempi in mare ed in terra successe. In Venetia All'Insegna di S. Bernardino M.D. XLVII. Loosely translates: The History of King Charles VIII of France focusing on the period when he acquired and became King of Naples, both land and sea, by Messer Marco Guazzo. Printed in Venice by the Signatories of San Bernard 1547. Paginated in the incunabula and 16th-century fashion numbered by leaf rather than page, so each page number represents two pages. Octavo, measures 7" x 5" wide. Collation: Title Page with printer's device, Index (numbered ii-vi, but actually iii-xiii), Main Text (numbered 1-239, in modern page-numbering 477 pages total). Colophon: Imprinted in Venice 1547. Possibly a first and only edition of this work. This is a wonderfully cute little 16th-century book in Italian by the Italian historian Marco Guazzo who wrote many different histories of European topics, including the Crusades, histories of Italy and France, and the present work concerning the French king Charles VIII who conquered the Italian Peninsula in the late 15th century and for a time controlled Naples. Worldcat/OCLC lists only 20 copies of this book in libraries worldwide. Looks to be fairly rare. Condition: Very Good to Near Fine Pages in later binding with marbled boards. No tears to any pages, mostly very clean, a hint of crinkling an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: TristanBooks [U.S.A.]
2018-11-03 16:30:44
BOCCACCIO Giovanni : Genealogy of gli Dei - 1547 Comin' from Trino Trad. Betussi The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Giovanni Boccaccio GENEALOGY OF THE GODS IQ U I N D E C I Booksofm.GIOVANNI BOCCACCIO OVER THE ORIGINE ET descendants of gods gracious love: sex, dé & allegorical ways of Fables, & with dichiaratione the historie belonging to that matter. TRANSLATIONS ET ADORNED FOR MESSER GIUSEPPE BETUSSI FROM BASSANO ... In Vinegia ForCOMINDATANAKAofMONFERRATO 1547 Original edition of 16th century Italian tradition of first Betussi, with full pedigree pages and hundreds of drop caps figured engraved in the text, complete final typographic brand often missing. Volume in-4° 220x170 mm., XVIII half leather binding with titles and gold friezes at the rear wall, cards [8]-286-[18], good/great. (the photographs are an integral part of the description, and can show sometimes faults not described; some minimal defects judged negligible may be omitted in the description) iNFO Pst ANY Doubt orinformation please WRITE US, O CONTACT US AT THE FOLLOWING Numero : ( + 39) 0697279699 INVITEIDEARUSERStoreadAll the time LeDESCRIPTIONSDEGLIINsale. SI ACCEPT SEVERAL FORMS OF PAYMENT . Payment is due within 7 days of purchase (before you pay before you receive the object). Possibility to defer paymentsprior agreement before the purchase. The goods travel at the purchaser's risk. You can ensure Lashipping with ancillary fees from constringre. We are available for the resolution of any claim, issue (delays, no … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes [Roma, IT]
2018-10-29 11:12:37
Ariosto Lodovico, Dolce Lodovico
Venice Gabriele Giolito de' Ferrari 1547. Two parts in one volume, 4° (215x149 mm). Printed on blue paper. Collation: A-Z8, AA-KK8; *8,**8, ***8, ****6. 264; [30] leaves. The second part bearing on its separate title-page the imprint date '1547'. Roman and italic type, the cantos printed in two columns. The first title-page within an elaborate architectural border containing Giolito's phoenix device; imprint set in type in a cartouche in the lower part of the border; in the second part different printer's devices on the title-page, and at the end. Medallion portrait of Ariosto on fol. *8v. Forty-six woodcuts (ca. 47x87 mm), one at the beginning of each canto. The argumenti within a woodcut border. Woodcut historiated initials in two different sizes. Seventeenth-century Italian limp vellum, gilt tooled (probably a remboîtage). Covers framed within double fillets, small floral tool at each inner corner. At the centre, large gilt coat of arms of an unidentified bishop. Traces of ties. Spine with three raised bands, emphasized by gilt fillets. On the first and last compartments the early inked shelfmark 'K V 2'. A good copy, light foxing. A few spots on the title-page, the verso of the last leaf somewhat soiled. Fols. A4v and A5r lightly discoloured. Wormholes repaired to the lower margin of the last quires. Minor loss to the outer upper corner of fol. HH2. Small early ink stains, the upper margin of some leaves lightly trimmed. A few early marginal annotations and reading marks.Provenance: early seventeenth-century ownership inscriptions on the verso of fol. *2, 'Jo. Pompilio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-21 01:40:20
Bordone, Benedetto
Venice: Federico Toresano, 1547. [10],74 leaves. Titlepage printed in red and black, with ornamental woodcut border, woodcut initials throughout. Full-page diagram of a world map and windroses; four woodcut double-page or folding maps; four smaller double- page maps; 103 other woodcut maps and plans scattered through the text. Small folio. Contemporary limp vellum, manuscript spine title. Vellum somewhat wrinkled, with a few small tears along edges and spine. 18th century library shelf label on spine. Occasional faint foxing, small patch of dampstaining at fore-edge of rear leaves. Very good, in original condition. First Aldine edition, and third overall, of Benedetto Bordone's important geographical compendium with early New World maps, containing a second printing of the earliest description in book form of Pizarro's conquest of Peru. Benedetto Bordone was born in Padua and worked in Venice as a geographer, cartographer, illuminator, and wood-engraver. It is believed that he was the creator of the first globe printed in Italy. First published by Nicol� d'Aristotile detto Zoppino in 1528 under the title LIBRO DI BENEDETTO BORDONE NEL QUAL SI RAGIONA DE TUTTE L'ISOLE DEL MONDO. The second edition printed in 1534, also by Zoppino, reused the same woodblocks for the maps, but appeared with a different title. This Aldine edition kept the title of the second edition but used different woodblocks for the cuts. This work offers an illustrated guide to islands and peninsulas of the western ocean and New World, the Mediterranean, the Indian Ocean, and the Far East. As a cartog … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-10-21 00:19:13
Ovidio Publio Nasone
In Venetia, ristampato, & di nuouo ricorreto ad instantia, & spese del nobel homo misier Federico Torresano, 1547. In 8° piccolo, piena perg. coeva, tit. calligrafato al dorso, 165 cc numerate-5nndi Tavole. Frontespizio in rosso e nero figurato, greca xilografata che racchiude il titolo, piccolo ritratto xilografato del poeta al centro. Rara edizione figurata adorna di numerose scene incise in xilografia n.t. (cm. 7x12 circa). Le cc. 113,115,163 cartulate per errore 103,111,146. Il nome del traduttore Nicolo degli Agostini si evince nel colophon ('Composto per Nicolo degli Augustini') (Cfr. Brunet, Manuel du libraire, Vol. 4 col. 293-294.). Lavoretti di tarlo abilmente restaurati al front.e alle ultime 2 cc. Es. rifilato al margine superiore ai limiti dei capitoli stampati , qualche tenue alone alle ultime carte.
Bookseller: Taberna Libraria [IT]
2018-10-19 19:26:07
MARGUERITE D'ANGOULÊME (1452-1549) :
2 tomes reliés en un volume in-16, maroquin bleu foncé, dos à nerfs très décoré et doré, de fleurs de lys et palmettes, titre, lieu, éditeur et date dorés, grande composition centrale "Renaissance", aux petits fers dont celui "à la rose", avec un médaillon ovale au centre, fleurons de coins, triple filet d'encadrement, double filet sur les coupes, large dentelle d'intérieur, tranches dorées (Dunezat) ; titre particulier au volume II : Suite des // Margue-// rites de la //..., fleuron, un f. 249. 395 ff. (i.e. 394, le feuillet entre 393 et 394 n'est pas chiffré), (5) ff. non chiffré (a-z ; & ; A-Z ; AA-CC 8). Caractères italiques, exemplaire entièrement réglé. "Très rare, elle reproduit l'édition de 1547". "L'édition de 1549 contiendrait deux pièces préliminaires de moins que celle de 1547 ; il y manque aussi le sonnet de la fin de la première partie, le sonnet en tête des Nymphes de Diane et enfin les deux énigmes de la fin de la seconde partie" (Tchemerzine-Scheler IV-366 et s.). Ni Tchemerzine, ni le C.C.F. (Catalogue Collectif de France) ni les bibliographies ou catalogues consultés ne nous ont permis de trouver un exemplaire au nom d'Estienne Groulleau, toutes les références donnent cette édition par Jehan Ruelle. Le fleuron ovale du titre est différent de celui de Ruelle, reproduit par Tchemerzine-Scheler, il représente un pied de chardons avec la devise "Nul ne si frote patere aut abstine (souffre ou abstiens-toi)" ; le fleuron de la deuxième partie est identique à celui de Ruelle. Libraire-imprimeur à Paris, Estienne Groulleau (15..-1563), sera actif de 1545 à 1563 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France, Lyon]
2018-10-10 09:15:38
SAVONAROLA GIROLAMO
VENEZIA AL SEGNO DELLA SPERANZA, 1547. Volume in 16° (mm 155 x 106), cc. 64 + 32. Frontespizio con marca tipografica in xilografia "In queste vanita che ogniun desia, non poner tua speranza, ma sicuro scorgi il camin, ch'al sommo ben t'invia"; iniziali in xilografia. Legatura piena pelle settecentesca con titolo e fregi in oro al dorso. Ex libris allo sguardo del piatto anteriore, vecchia scritta a penna nella prima carta bianca. Copia buona.
Bookseller: Hobbylibri [Italy]
2018-10-06 09:02:24
BOTTAZZO GIOVANNI IACOPO
per Iacopo Ruffinelli, 1547. Cm. 15, cc. 168. Graziosa legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle con titoli ms. al dorso, tracce di lacci e piccole unghie. mancanza di pochi mm. alla parte superiore del dorso, sporadiche macchiette/fioriture, alcuni trascurabili aloni marginali. Esemplare nel complesso genuino e ben conservato. Giovanni Iacopo Bottazzo, nato a Montecastello (Alessandria) nei primi anni del XVI secolo, fu letterato e grande viaggiatore. Nel 1540, insieme a Niccolò Franco, fondo l'Accademia degli Argonauti e pochi anni dopo diede alle stampe i Dialoghi marittimi (per ulteriori informazioni bio-bibliografiche, si veda la voce B. curata da Piero Floriani, in Dizionario Biografico degli italiani, volume XIII). La prima parte, rivolta a marinai e navigatori, contiene i tre dialoghi di Bottazzo dedicati a geografia, venti e astronomia (sfera e cose celesti); la seconda raccoglie vari componimenti poetici di Niccolò Franco, Giovan Francesco Arrivabene e altri "argonauti", sempre dedicati al medesimo argomento. Rara prima edizione. Cfr. Graesse, I, p. 505; Iccu..
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [IT]
2018-10-04 07:43:26
VALERIUS, Maximus
Seb. Gryphium, Lyon, 1547. FINE LYONESE BINDING 16mo. pp 517 (xxv), final 3ll. blank. Italic letter, printer's graffia device on t.p. woodcut initials, ruled in red throughout. Light age gilting, with an oil stain to blank inner margins in places. C17 autograph 'Thiballier' at foot of t.p. A good clean copy in contemp. dark brown calf, slightly glazed, covers with double ruled borders gilt enclosing intricate interlacing ribbons, tooled in gold with gouges and dots, spine with three raised and two semi-raised bands, gilt hatched and dotted, gilt diagonal line borders indented at head and tail, a.e.g. Lower joint cracked, modest wear to one compartment and band at joint, small surface crack to lower corner, gilt somewhat faded but generally good. A handsome little mid-C16 French binding, elaborately decorated in an unusual perhaps transitional style, neither pre-fanfare nor arabesque but owing something to each. The printer Gryphius had his own bindery where a number of his standard publications were relatively richly bound, presumably to customers' orders. It is likely this is an example of the work of that atelier. The Thiballier family, seigneurs de Toury and Thurelles, were French provincial nobility often in royal service. The owner of the volume, by date, may have been Francois Thiballier, leader of the first official French expedition to the Indies, mounted by Colbert in 1670. Two years later it arrived at Trincomali (via Madagascar and La Réunion) where Francis died suddenly, aged 50. Not in BM. STC Fr. Adams V110 (UL copy only, listed as a 'binding'). Baudrier VIII … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-10-04 05:58:32
HENRI II
à Paris: pour Jehan André, Charles l'Angelié. Meeting 5 royal decrees on various topics. 1 / deed Edict by the King against all meurdres and assassinementz being committed daily in the kingdom on Friday, quinziesme Moys of July 1547. Vignette title with the royal arms. 2 / New Order of King Henry deuxiesme of the name, commited: The fifteenth day of November, Mil quarente five hundred seven: the deed of the gendarmerie. 3 / Seconds letters patent of King Henry the Second of that name on the deed of Francz fiefz & new acquestz throughout the kingdom of France, published by sound of trumpet & cry in public hubs this city of Paris, the day unzieme January, one thousand five hundred forty Sept. 4 / Ordonnaces faictes by roy on the deed of the gendarmerie, viures and ammunition icelle. Vignette with the royal arms. 5 / Orders & edicts of King Henry the estats major prevostz, Eschevins & other charges & estatz cities of France. Published trial in the court of parliament Paris, XXVIII day of November, MDXLVII. Vellum time, probably reuse. You should know that this is the time of Francis I and Henry II that organizes definitely absolutist royal power, orders in all areas are evidence of a king running his kingdom. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!.
Bookseller: Paris Rare Books and Manuscripts [France, FR]
2018-09-27 13:58:17
DE PLATEA, Johannes
1547. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. A highly rare and relatively unknown commentary on law by Joannes de la Place. Also known as de Platea, this author covers the Justinian law Institutes, a work which was to be used by law students which inadvertently carried legal weight in court! This incredible work was published in 1547 during the reign of Henry II in France and features a beautifully decorated title page. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-26 21:27:22
RIGHT INQUISITION 1547 Maranta: SPECULUM AUREUM et LUMEN ADVOCATORUM Processes The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. T R A C T A T V SD EO R D I N EI V D I- CIORVM EXCELLENTISSIMII.V.D. Domini Roberti Maranthe Venusini: intitulatus Speculum aureum & lumen Aduocatorum: Opus solemne & omnibus ualde useful: maxime Gbeminiyi Regnicolis & aduocatis. DILIGENT CORRECTIONE ABInfinitis penis erroribus expurgatus ... for d. I. Baptistam Zilletum Venetum exornatus VENETIIS MDXLVII Rare sixteenth century of law, opera in two parts with both cover pages stored. Original edition of 1547, sample annotated ancient signs and notes in china and hands drawn to the margin of the text, con big brands tip. the two front. depicting fountain spurting amphora-shaped, refined drop caps figured and some ornate glides. Latin text, printed in two columns. Contemporary Ligature parchment, titres manuscripts in the back. 1 vol. in the eighth, mm. 170x120, cc. [52]-208. Antique binding in full parchment with manosc titles. at the rear wall. With 2 cover pages. Initials and badly scarred glides n.t. With psmall worm holes from 99 to 110 card of the second part of the work, ancient records and manosc hands. in china. (the photographs are an integral part of the description, and can show sometimes faults not described; some minimal defects judged negligible may be omitted in the description) iNFO Pst ANY Doubt orinformation please WRITE US, O CONTACT US AT THE FOLLOWING Numero : ( + 39) 0697279699 WE INVITEIDEARUSERStoreadA … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes [Roma, IT]
2018-09-22 08:48:54
VISSCHER, Roemer.
Landwehr, Emblem and fable books 874; De Vries, Emblemata 56; cf. Praz 530 (first edition). Third edition of a popular and witty Dutch emblem book written by Roemer Visscher (1547-1620). The work consists of three series of 60 emblems, each with a motto in Latin or Dutch, a two-line verse below, and a short explanation on the facing page. The emblems are typical for the Dutch engraver Claes Jansz. Visscher (1586-1652): instead of the usual mythological iconography of traditional emblems, Visscher takes simple objects or subjects from daily life and sets them in their natural environment, in a city house or in the country, and with a perfectly chosen arrangement or action he directly comes to his point in a clear, yet entertaining way. Visscher's work was epoch-making: he was one of the first artists to depict the typical, natural Dutch landscape, breaking with older conventional images.With armorial bookplate on paste-down. Slightly browned, but otherwise in very good condition. Binding also very good, ties only slightly frayed.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-09-20 21:31:54
CRISOSTOMO, Juan, Santo [Chrysostom, John] (ca. 344-407).
Apud Mathurinum Dupuys. . . Sylvestris & Frobenii, 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]
2018-08-30 23:19:43
DOLCE, Lodovico
Venice, Gabriele Giolito, 1543. (with) Venice, in casa haer. Aldo I Manuzio, 1547. FIRST EDITIONS. 8vo. Two works in one, ff. 47, 42, separate t-p to each, first with blind stamp of Wigan Public Library (sold). Printer’s device to titlepages and recto of last. Occasional very light age browning, outer margins of titlepages and a few ll. a bit thumbed, slight marginal foxing to a couple of gatherings, the odd small marginal mark. A very good, well-margined copy in C18 red morocco, marbled pastedowns, covers bordered with gilt dentelles and palmettes, centrepiece with gilt arms of Doge Marco Foscarini to covers, fronds surrounding, coronet above. Spine in six compartments, gilt double-ruled dentelle border, cornerpieces and acorn tools to each, joints a bit worn and cracked at head, minor loss to corners. Bookplate of Sir Philip Mansfield and C19 label ‘G FS 3’ to front pastedown, C19 bibliographical inscriptions in ink tracing the copy to William Beckford’s library to verso of first and in pencil to recto of second front ep, the odd early annotation. The handsome binding was produced for the bibliophile Marco Foscarini (1696-1763), a poet and diplomat who served as 117th Doge of Venice between 1762 and 1763, when his office was cut short by illness and death. The binding is an almost exact match with Folger PA6278 A3 1575, dated 1761, except for the gilt cornerpieces on the spine and decoration on the raised bands. The provenance can be traced to William Thomas Beckford (1760-1844), famous author of an important Gothic novel, ‘Vathek’ (1786). A great art collector, Beckford … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-08-24 14:56:34
PETRARCA, Francesco
Venice, appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1547. 4to. ff. [viii], 215, [i]. [*⁸, A-2D⁸.] lacking quire S and T1, the Babylonian sonnets, censored as often, text in Italic, commentary in Roman. Fine woodcut architectural title with Giolito’s phoenix device, portraits of Laura and Petrarch on a woodcut funerary urn surmounted by the Giolito phoenix, full page map of the Vaucluse, six woodcuts in the Trionfi, fine historiated initials, woodcut ornaments, Giolito’s woodcut device on recto of last, bookplate of Maurice Burrus on pastedown. Light age yellowing, offsetting and slight smudging to the text at the beginning and towards the end, perhaps partly washed. In a magnificent contemporary Bolognese red morocco binding, covers double gilt ruled in an highly intricate interlaced strap-work border around a central panel with a diapered strap-work design, semé of small tools within borders, four large rose tool to central panels, “Il Petrarcha” gilt lettered at centre of upper cover, cupid device with crossed arrows on lower cover, spine with gilt ruled raised bands, large fleurons gilt in compartments, all edges richly gilt and gauffered to a geometric design, head and tail of spine very expertly restored, end leaves renewed. In many ways the epitome of the Italian Renaissance book; the poetry of Petrarch in a magnificent Bolognese Renaissance binding, beautifully printed with fine woodcut illustration and decoration. The stunning contemporary morocco binding is undoubtedly made by the same binder who made bindings for Nicolas von Ebeleben and his cousin Damian Pfl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-08-15 00:41:02
PETRARCA, Francesco
appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1547. 4to. ff. [viii], 215, [i]. [*⁸, A-2D⁸.] lacking quire S and T1, the Babylonian sonnets, censored as often, text in Italic, commentary in Roman. Fine woodcut architectural title with Giolito's phoenix device, portraits of Laura and Petrarch on a woodcut funerary urn surmounted by the Giolito phoenix, full page map of the Vaucluse, six woodcuts in the Trionfi, fine historiated initials, woodcut ornaments, Giolito's woodcut device on recto of last, bookplate of Maurice Burrus on pastedown. Light age yellowing, offsetting and slight smudging to the text at the beginning and towards the end, perhaps partly washed. In a magnificent contemporary Bolognese red morocco binding, covers double gilt ruled in an highly intricate interlaced strap-work border around a central panel with a diapered strap-work design, semé of small tools within borders, four large rose tool to central panels, "Il Petrarcha" gilt lettered at centre of upper cover, cupid device with crossed arrows on lower cover, spine with gilt ruled raised bands, large fleurons gilt in compartments, all edges richly gilt and gauffered to a geometric design, head and tail of spine very expertly restored, end leaves renewed. In many ways the epitome of the Italian Renaissance book; the poetry of Petrarch in a magnificent Bolognese Renaissance binding, beautifully printed with fine woodcut illustration and decoration. The stunning contemporary morocco binding is undoubtedly made by the same binder who made bindings for Nicolas von Ebeleben and his cousin Damian Pflug. De Marinis illus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [United Kingdom]
2018-08-10 16:45:57
Ioannes de Nicolis Mutinensis excudebat. In-4 gr. (mm. 298x210), p. pergamena coeva (con picc. macchie, restaur.), 6 cc.nn., XLII,CXXXXII cc.num., 1 c.nn. (Errata e registro), VII cc.num., 3 cc.nn. (manca al fine una carta bianca). Bel frontespizio entro ricca cornice figurata e con lo stemma della città di Modena al centro in xilografia, ornato da grandi iniziali a vignetta pure inc. su legno. Nei cinque libri: "primus, De officiis appellatur - secundus, De civilibus appellatur - tertius, De maleficis appellatur - quartus, De damnis dati tractatur - quintus, De rebus ad victualia pertinentibus loquitur". In appendice: Reformationes statutorum novorum inclytar civitatis Mutinae". Cfr. Manzoni, p. 282 - Fontana,II, p. 216: "Le ultime cc. furono stampate dopo il 1547, contenendo esse documenti del 1548 e 1550". Prime 7 cc. restaur. per picc. manc. marginali; aloni interc. nel t.; 2 carte con antichi restauri per strappi; parecchie pagine con ang. infer. arrotondato e con numerosiss. antiche postille a penna, ma complessivamente discreto esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2018-08-05 01:01:31
Gaius Julius Caesar
Gaius Julius Caesar; Ortica, Agostino [translator] COMMENTARII DI GAIO GIULIO CESARE: tradotti di latino in uolgar lingua per Agostino Ortica della Porta Genouese, nuoumen te in piu luoghi al uero senso dell'auttore ridotti, & con diligentia ricorrecti, Con la tauola di tutte la cose piu notabili Venice: Aldus, 1547. Sextodecimo in full vellum boards, VG+ / No dust jacket, minor shelf-wear: vellum a little chipped at base of spine, light age-toning to boards, title written in clear, beautiful calligraphy on spine; stitched vellum binding is perhaps a later addition, but appears to date from no later than 17th century. Edge of text block age-toned, a single word is written in ink in large caps across the bottom edge of the text block. Pages in excellent condition, almost no age-toning or foxing to text, title page bears Aldus' mark of a dolphin twined around an anchor, some writing and marks in ink on title page and last page, but nowhere else in text, several full page engravings and 2 double-page maps are included at the beginning of the text, a detailed index is appended at the end. 256 pp. TEXT IN ITALIAN.
Bookseller: Second Story Books and Collectibles [Rockville, Maryland, US]
2018-07-25 11:56:16
TOLOMEI CLAUDIO.
appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari,, In Vinegia, 1547. Cm. 22,5, cc. 204 (1). Grande impresa del Giolito al frontespizio, moltissimi eleganti capolettera nel testo, una figura in xilografia e marchio all'ultima carta. Solida e perfetta legatura d'inizio '700 in piena pergamena rigida, dorso a piccoli nervi con titoli in oro su tassello. Esemplare particolarmente fresco e ben conservato con solo un ininfluente forellino al margine bianco delle prime due carte. Secondo il Bongi (p. 201) si tratta di uno "dei più bei libri stampati dal Giolito in forma di quarto.". I destinatari delle lettere contenute sono da elencare fra i più influenti umanisti del tempo. In una di queste, indirizzata a Gabriel Cesano, Tolomei espone il suo progetto di una grande città da costruirsi sulla cima del promontorio del Monte Argentario. Il luogo è raffigurato nella figura in legno presente a c. 153. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2018-07-14 11:34:20
ab eruditis omnibus mire desiderata. Eorundem fidelis interpretativo, cum Galeni censura in eos omneis, minus erant absoluti. His accesserunt Adnotationes in Cor. Celsum, net anti uiri authoritas officeret ijs, qui memoria essent Aphorismos complexuri. Trium Galeni de Diebus decretorijs librorum Epitome, quiae & una est exillis Adnotationibus. PER IOANEM MORIsotum medicum. BASILEAE. [Colofon]: BASILEAE, EX OFFIcina Ioannis Oporini, Anno Salutis M.D.XLVII. [1547]. In 8º (16x10 cm) Col: [12], 138, [1] pags. Encadernação artística da época em marroquin vermelho com ferros a ouro em esquadria nas pastas e super-libris da Companhia de Jesus (IHS) na pasta anterior e super-libris com ícone da Virgem na pasta posterior. Exemplar com ex-libris oleográficos da Biblioteca dos Laboratórios Atral, Lda. Obra contém texto em grego e latim e um comentário de Galeno. [EN] A book of classical Greek medicine with a contemporary artist binding (full morocco calf) gilt tooled with super-libris on both folders. Ownership stamps from 20th century Portuguese pharmaceutical laboratory Atral, Lda. Includes Greek and Latin texts of the Aphorismi, with some variant Latin texts incorporating emendations suggested in Galen's commentary in Hippocratis Aphorismos. "Joannis Morisoti epigramma" on page of colophon. VD 16 H 3757. Language: Latim / Latin Location/localizacao: M-1-F-20 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2018-07-05 20:12:44
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni
Venezia, Comin da Trino di Monferrato, 1547. In 4to (cm. 20,7); buona legatura in mezza pergamena dell’Ottocento con fregi e titoli in oro al dorso; cart. (8), 286, (18). Albero genealogico a piena pagina: Centinaia di capilettera in legno; in alcuni casi pagine con 6 capilettera con grande effetto tipografico voluto da questo grande stampatore. Axs
Bookseller: LIBRERIA PAOLO BONGIORNO [Modena, MODEN, Italy]
2018-06-29 08:13:47
Sallustio Crispo Gaio
Aed. Venturini Roffinelli [al segno del Nettuno], 1547. In-folio antico (318x217mm), ff. (10), CLXXI, (1) di registro, legatura coeva p. pergamena floscia con tracce di legacci e titolo calligrafato in antico al dorso. Impresa tipografica incisa su legno al frontespizio. Numerosi capilettera istoriati in xilografia; due vignette xilografiche intercalate n.t. ad un quarto di pagina, la prima alla c. I e la seconda alla c. XLIII; il testo sallustiano e quello ciceroniano sono al centro delle pp., contornati da estesissimi commenti storico-filologici su doppia colonna impressi in carattere piu' minuto. Sparse bruniture, fioriture e aloni, restauri a lavori di tarlo marginali presenti alle cc. finali. Piu' che discreto esemplare nell'insieme. Cinquecentina veneziana adunante le due grandi opere storiografiche sallustiane, le "Catilinarie" di Cicerone e numerosi altri scritti complementari alle "Catilinarie" stesse. Fra i commentatori dell'edizione figurano Lorenzo Valla, Johann Rivius, Bartolomeo Marliani, Jacopo Croce. Alle cc. nn. iniziali sono presenti la biografia di Sallustio composta da Pietro Crinito e frammenti di autori antichi relativi allo stesso Sallustio nonche' indici generali disposti su tre o su cinque colonne. Graesse, VI, 238. Schweiger, II, 873. Non in Adams ne' in S.T.C. Italian Books. EDIT16 CNCE 29909. Latino
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert [IT]
2018-06-29 06:29:03
Boccaccio Giovanni
Comin da Trino, in Vinegia, 1547. In-4° antico (205x140mm), cc. (8), 286, (18), legatura settecentesca in tutta pergamena rigida con unghie e titolo in oro su tassello al dorso. Tagli rossi. Impresa tipografica al titolo con un pozzo sormontato da uno stemma nobiliare. Xilografia a p. pag. alla c. 5v con albero allegorico delle divinità. Capilettera xilografici figurati. Un'antica firma di possesso. Ottimo esemplare lievemente rifilato. Prima traduzione italiana del De Genealogiis Deorum Gentilium del Boccaccio. Il Boccaccio compose il De Genealogiis tra il 1347 e il 1360 per invito di Ugo IV da Lusignano, Re di Cipro e di Gerusalemme, proponendosi di fissare le paternità e le discendenze degli Dei greci e romani, vagliando criticamente gli antichi miti attraverso le fonti medievali e applicando ad essi gli stessi criteri dell'esegesi biblica e la diffusa lettura evemeristica o allegorica. Opera di eccezionale erudizione, precorse nei metodi e negli intenti le ricerche umanistiche in tale materia. Il libro XIV consiste in un'appassionata difesa della poesia contro i suoi detrattori. Il Betussi, letterato bassanese (nacque attorno al 1512 e si spense a Padova forse nel 1573), fu amico di Pietro Aretino e gran viaggiatore in Francia, Inghilterra e Spagna. Fu allievo di Bartolomeo Nunziata e, nel 1544, divenne collaboratore del Giolito de'Ferrari. Pubblicò il Dialogo amoroso nel 1543 e, l'anno seguente, il dialogo Il Raverta; nel 1545 entrò a far parte del seguito del conte Collaltino di Collalto. Nel 1552 compose La Leonora, ragionamento sopra la vera bellezza. Cfr. Brunet, I … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, TO, Italy]
2018-06-28 08:58:09
ARISTOTELE / BRUCIOLI, Antonio
Brucioli, Venezia, 1547. In -8°, cc. (8), 179, (1). Pergamena, tit. ms. al dorso, marca editoriale al frontespizio. Prima edizione della Politica di Aristotele tradotta (e pubblicata) da Brucioli, umanista e noto "eretico", nato a Firenze alla fine del XV secolo e morto a Venezia, dove nel 1541 aprì una stamperia coi suoi fratelli. L'anno dopo la pubblicazione di questa traduzione aristotelica il Brucioli fu processato dalla Serenissima per eresia, condannato e bandito dalla città per due anni. Le sue opere che trattavano di fede furono date alle fiamme (è celebre la sua traduzione della "Bibbia", fra le prime in volgare, messa all'indice nel 1559). Nel 1555, tornato a Venezia dopo aver scontato l'esilio, fu processato nuovamente e condannato ancora per eresia. Opera rara e ben conservata, bella marca al frontespizio.The first and only edition of Aristotle's Politics translated and published by Antonio Brucioli, a well known "heretic" and humanist, born in Florence at the end of XV century and dead in Venice, where he established a tipography with his brothers. In 1547 he was convicted of heresy by Venice authorities and banished from the city for two years. His religious works were burned (his notorious translation of the Bible, between the first ones in Italian, was put on the banned books list in 1559). In 1555, still in Venice, he was convicted again of heresy. A rare and well preserved book, with a nice publisher's mark on title page.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2018-06-04 11:35:31
ERASTO
Venturino Roffinello (Ruffinelli), 1547. in 8° (cm 14,5x9,5), pp. 138 numerate solo al recto, 6 nn.; leg. ottocentesca m/pelle chiara con angoli, tit. e fregi in oro al ds., tagli spruzz.; vignetta al front. rappresentante la Virtù (donna nuda con sciarpa svolazzante, con un piede poggiato sulla
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria La Fenice [IT]
2018-06-02 06:26:42
BORDONE, Benedetto di
Federico Torresano. North and South America from the first printed isolario to encompass the entire world 2 separate sheets, each with a vignette woodcut map (each 85 by 145mm), set within Italian text. Bordone's maps of North and South America are among the earliest obtainable of the American continent. First published in Bordone's 'Libro di BenedettoBordonenel qual si ragiona de tutte l'isole del mondo' of 1528, these examples appear on the verso of leaves 'VI' and 'XI' and are from the 1547 edition of his atlas of islands, or isolario. The North American landmass is labeled 'Terra de lavoratore' after João Fernandes of the Azores. The geography of the coastline is derived from maps of north-east Asia, which is understandable as the two continents were often seen as interrelated at the time. The area marked 'Stretto pte del modo novo' roughly corresponds to the Caribbean, with the northernmost point of South America visible just below. The fictitious islands of Brasil and Asmaide appear in the Atlantic, as they did on other maps from this period. The map is derived from Bordone's world map, also published in his 'Isolario'. The map of South America includes the Caribbean islands ofJamaica - 'Iamaiqua', andHispaniola - 'Spagnola'. On the mainland, four major regions are identified: 'Chanchite' which roughly equates to Colombia, 'Cuztana, 'Maziatombal' which is thought to be the Amazon River, and 'Paria', possibly eastern Venezuela. Bordone's was the first printed isolario to encompass the entire world, and arguably is therefore the first atlas to completely shed Ptolemy's … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books NY LLC [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-05-29 06:04:11
Mizauld, Antoine (1510-1598)
A Paris: De l'imprimerie de Regnauld Chaudiere, & Claude son filz, 1547.- // 1ª ed. en francés.- 8º, (167x102mm.).- 94, [6] h.; sign.: A-M8, N4; marca tipográfica de Chaudiere en portada, heredada de Estienne y Colines, lema 'Tempus. Hanc aciem sola retundit virtus'.- // Encuadernación romántica s. XIX en piel; lomo con nervios, tejuelo y fecha grabados en dorado; planos con orlas gofradas de filetes y adornos florales; contracantos dorados a rueda; seis guardas delante y detrás. Charnelas levemente frotadas. Magnífico ejemplar, completamente limpio sin más manchas, anotaciones, marcas ni subrayados, que un par de discretísimas llamadas de atención.- // Proc.: Exlibris armorial encolado en contraplano delantero, grabado por Ad. Noel, de la biblioteca Merry de Bellegarde.- // Refs.: Brunet, III, 1778; Caillet, 7614; Cantamessa, 3ª, 5121, altre; Niceron, XL, 202 (no la vió). La Lande, p. 65-66, solo ediciones latinas, y Houzeau, 4836, solo 1548 [Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // Traduccion realizada por el propio Mizauld, apasionado de la Medicina, la Agricultura y la Astronomía, de su primera obra, publicada en latín el año anterior, Phænomena, sive aeria Ephemerides (Paris, 1546)(1). En ella, con la fama de ser el primer libro de Meteorología publicado en francés -y, al parecer, la primera vez que aparece el término météorologie ('o, si prefieres, comentarios de todas las cosas del Aire') en esta lengua-(2), Mizauld instruía mediante aforismos, para que fuera fácil recordar las enseñanzas … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Spain, Pamplona]
2018-05-12 19:50:19
DE PLATEA, Johannes
1547 ENORMOUS Platea LAW Commentary on Justinian Institutes Corpus Juris Civilis A highly rare and relatively unknown commentary on law by Joannes de la Place. Also known as de Platea, this author covers the Justinian law Institutes, a work which was to be used by law students which inadvertently carried legal weight in court! This incredible work was published in 1547 during the reign of Henry II in France and features a beautifully decorated title page. Item number: #3277 Price: $950 DE PLATEA, Johannes Ioannes De Platea Svper Qvatvor Institvtionvm Lib. : Excellentissimi Ac Consvmmatissimi Ivris Vtrivsqve professoris domini Ioannis de Platea commentaria, in quatuor libros Institutionum ; quæ olim imperfecta, & inemendata prodierunt: Nunc vero integra & recognita: ac diligenti cura & stilo castigata: cum additionibus adiunctis: & Summarijs moderno vsui in capite nuperrime insertis: cunq[ue] Repertorio in voluminis fronte apposito fauste ex ordiuntur [Lyons] : Apud Hæredes I. Iunctæ, 1547. Details: • Collation: Complete with all leaves o [16], [3], 3-137 • Language: Latin • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~15.5in X 11in (39cm x 28.5cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 3277 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-05-08 12:36:40
PORPHYRIUS
Venetiis. Apud Ioan. Gryphium, 1547. Cm. 20,50x15; carte (6), 100. Cartonato rustico coevo con rinforzo moderno al dorso. Taglio inferiore con titolo calligrafico, in antica scrittura. Alcuni capilettera illustrati. Tracce di gora con lievi arrossature al margine bianco di parte dell'opera che non interessano il testo. Prima rara edizione di uno dei primi trattati sul "Vegetarianesimo". L'opera è divisa in 4 libri. L'autore sostiene che cibarsi di animali interferisce con la purificazione dell'anima. Porfirio descrive inoltre i costumi vegetariani di altre nazioni, inclusi gli Spartani e gli Esseni. 198 / P [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: GALLERIA LA STAMPA ANTICA [VILLAFRANCA DI VERONA, Italy]
2018-04-18 19:55:17
Richardus Grafton Regis Impressor excudebat [etc.], London, 1547. Later boards, the joints rubbed but firm, the last leaf soiled with a corner of its upper margin missing; with the Goyder bookplate, the Taussig copy A rare printing of the Edwardian Articles, to become in part the basis for the Elizabethan Injunctions of 1559 which, with the Acts of Supremacy and Uniformity, "completed the settlement of religion upon which the Church of England is based" [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-04-15 12:23:34
Pietro Aaron Aron
Antonio da Castelliono. In-8°; pp. (76), al frontespizio marca tipografica incisa su legno, alcune note di possesso manoscritte, legatura in piena pergamena molle coeva. Marginali restauri alle prime e alle ultime carte. Trattato di musica del fiorentino Aron, (1489-1545) maestro di cappella e insegnante di coro; DBI indica l'opera come postuma e la data secondo il Catelani nel 1547. L'autore tratta del canto fermo, del modo di intonare i salmi, del "tuono", della definizione di musica e del canto figurato, del tempo, della prolazione, delle note, dell'organo e molto altro
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
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