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2017-10-24 15:01:08
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.
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2017-10-23 08:21:30
Livy [Titus Livius]. Nardi, Jacopo [1476-ca. 1563] translator.
In Venetia nella stamperia degli heredi di Luc'Antonio Giunti Fiorentino, nellanno del M D X L V I I. Nel mese di Marzo. Imprint from colophon. 1547 : , 1547. Folio, 322x215mm. In vellum with decorative border rule on boards. Spine with five raised bands and title and date gilt. [22], 485 leaves; signatures: [4], 1-3.6 [3.6 is blank], A-Z8, 2A- 2O8, 2P10, 2Q-2Z8, 3A-3G8, 3H6, 3I-O8, 3P5; leaves printed on both sides. Ownership inscription 'J. T. Coleridge | Torrington Square | May 24 1831' in top foredge corner of first blank. [Sir John Taylor Coleridge (1790-1876), father of Lord Coleridge, lived in Torrington Square prior to 1841. An English judge, Sir John was second son of Captain James Coleridge and nephew of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, the poet.] Title-page with vignette, a little dusted; with a few manuscript initials. Woodcut initial capitals. With printed marginalia. Includes index. Some neat manuscript marginalia, in what looks like a contemporary hand, on some leaves. Very small, three-line marginal note tipped on to foredge margin of 3Giii. Extraordinarily crisp, clean and tight. (Additional information and photographs available on request.)
Bookseller: Collectable Books [GB]
2017-10-23 08:21:19
Livy [Titus Livius]. Nardi, Jacopo [1476-ca. 1563] translator.
In Venetia nella stamperia degli heredi di Luc'Antonio Giunti Fiorentino, nellanno del M D X L V I I. Nel mese di Marzo. Imprint from colophon, 1547. Folio, 322x215mm. In vellum with decorative border rule on boards. Spine with five raised bands and title and date gilt. [22], 485 leaves; signatures: [4], 1-3.6 [3.6 is blank], A-Z8, 2A- 2O8, 2P10, 2Q-2Z8, 3A-3G8, 3H6, 3I-O8, 3P5; leaves printed on both sides. Ownership inscription 'J. T. Coleridge | Torrington Square | May 24 1831' in top foredge corner of first blank. [Sir John Taylor Coleridge (1790-1876), father of Lord Coleridge, lived in Torrington Square prior to 1841. An English judge, Sir John was second son of Captain James Coleridge and nephew of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, the poet.] Title-page with vignette, a little dusted; with a few manuscript initials. Woodcut initial capitals. With printed marginalia. Includes index. Some neat manuscript marginalia, in what looks like a contemporary hand, on some leaves. Very small, three-line marginal note tipped on to foredge margin of 3Giii. Extraordinarily crisp, clean and tight. (Additional information and photographs available on request.)
Bookseller: Collectable Books [GB]
2017-10-21 08:14:30
Fuentes. A. de
en casa de Juan de León, Sevilla, 1547. Early Spanish Science. With a 1574 Map That Shows the East Coast of America. 4to; title page with ornamental border and marginal notes. Woodcut illustrations in text. Full recent leather, blindstamped on both covers, spine with raised bands. Cartoné slipcase. RARE FIRST EDITION OF THIS COMPENDIUM OF ASTRONOMY, ASTROLOGY, COSMOGRAPHY AND PHILOSOPHY.; the last section being reminiscent of Aristotle. The entire text consists of a dialogue between Etrusco, who asks the questions, and Vandalio, who supplies the answers. There is a curious woodcut map of the globe which shows part of the east coast of America, and the north of the Austral land, in addition to Europe, Asia and Africa. Alonso de Fuentes was a Spanish man of letters, famous mainly as the editor of cantos, religious or historical folksongs. This work is entirely different: it is a compendium of natural sciences, including cosmology, geography, astrology and astronomy. It is written in the form of a dialogue, in a curious and original manner. Questions are asked in the form of Italian verse, the answers are given in Castilian prose. The two partners in the dialogue are identified as Ethrusco (Italian) and Vandalio (Castilian). One is printed in Roman letters, the other in a Gothic book type. The 17 woodcut diagrams illustrate the contents of the book. There are maps of the world (one of them giving an idea of the Azores and America), the signs of the Zodiac, the course of the planets, eclipses of the sun and the moon; one map gives the course of the Nile with its probable source … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members) [Buenos Aires, Argentina]
2017-10-19 20:10:20
KIRKE-ORDINANS FOR DANMARK OG NORGE - DANSK PALÆOTYP - "DANISH INCUNABLE"
- (Kiøbenhaffn, Hans Vingaard, 1547). Lille 8vo. Senere hellæderbind i brun kalv (omkr. 1720). Ophøjede bind på ryggen. Rygforgyldning. Blindtrykt rygtitel. Titlen trykt indenfor en bred træskåren ornamentramme, sammenstukket af 4 dele. På kolofonens fod Vingaards store bogtrykkermærke i træsnit med årstallet 1542. 118 blade. Noder i teksten. Ganske velbevaret, få pletter, de første og sidste få blade med en svag skjold i marginer. Trykt på godt papir. Eksemplaret har en interessant nyere ejerhistorie. Først overdraget til Finnur Magnusson i 1807 af vennen Guttorm Pauli (fra Stockholm), dernæst overgået til, Provst Guttorm Palsson (Holum) som havde fået bogen foræret af Finnur Magnusson, herefter på auktion overgået til Runolfr Bjarnason (Hafrafell, Island) som videresolgte den til cand. pharm Hans Schlesch, Seydisfjord 1921. Stud theol Erik Andersen fik bogen foræret af Hans Schlesch i 1923. Herefter i C.J. Ballhausens eje og senere Viggo Lohse. Den yderst sjældne - måske det eneste komplette eksemplar i privateje - udgave af Danmark og Norges reformations-ordinans fra 1542 i dens endelige og reviderede form (særligt med hensyn til den kirkelige administration) . Den var gældende i Norge op til 1607 hvor Norge fik sin egen. I offentlige biblioteker er der kun registreret 8 komplette eksemplarer."The revised an final edition of the Church Ordinance for denmark and Norway is for a large part written by Johannes Bugenhagen. It deals with the following importent points. 1: The sermon, 2: The ceremonies, 3: The schools, 4: the royal privileges of the monisters and parish-clerks … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-LILA [Denmark]
2017-10-19 15:24:42
Lyon, Gryphe, 1547 - 284 S. Pettegree/Walsby 57568. - Seltene Ausgabe dieser Zusammenstellung von 5 zur Weisheitsliteratur zählenden Büchern aus dem Alten Testament. Enthalten sind folgende Bücher: 1. Die Sprüche Salomons; 2. Das Buch Kohelet (Der Prediger Salomon); 3. Das Hohelied Salomons; 4. Das Buch der Weisheit; 5. Jesus Sirach (Ecclesiasticus). - Vorderer Vorsatz fehlt. Titel mit alten Anstreichungen. Gebräunt und etw. fleckig, stellenw. Anstreichungen und Randnotizen (auch am hinteren Vorsatz). Buchblock leicht angebrochen. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 12°. Pgmt der Zeit (fleckig und gebräunt, etw. wellig und bestoßen).
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat
2017-10-16 14:22:11
MANUTIUS, PAULUS.
(In fine, verso f, 469:) Apud Aldi Filios. Venetiis, M.D.XLVII. (Venezia, Paolo Manuzio, 1547). in-8 (mm.147x100), ff.(6), 469 num., 1 nn. con emblema dell'ancora aldina al verso, che ripete la silografia sul titolo. Carattere corsivo italico. Dedica di Paolo Manuzio al cardinale Rinuccio Farnese. Bella legatura secentesca in pieno vitello, dorso a nervi con titolo e ricchi fregi oro, tagli rossi. Rara e bellissima prima edizione aldina dei Commentari di Paolo Manuzio (1512-1574, figlio di Aldo e continuatore della tipografia aldina a Venezia) alle Epistole ad Attico di Cicerone. Ottimo esemplare, assai fresco.. Renouard p.140-141, n.6: UCLA Collection, nn.329.330..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Italy]
2017-10-16 14:15:45
Alessandria-CODEX STATUTORUM
Moscheni Francesco, 1547. in-folio (mm 290x200), pp. (4), CCCCXIII, ff.8 nn. di ''Rubricae Statutorum''; seguono 11 pp. di ''Consuetudinis Comunis Civitatis Alexan. MCLXXIX''. I primi 2 ff. ed i fogli P1, P8 ed ultimo con colophon in antico facsimile. Legatura coeva in p. pelle floscia, fregi oro al dorso (lievemente consunta e restaurata). Titolo entro larga bordura floreale su fondo nero con due ritratti in medaglioni di vescovo, con iniziali SV (San Valerio) e con iniziali SB (San Baudolino); in alto scudo crociato, armi della città stampato in rosso, in basso impresa del tipografo sorretta da due putti. Al centro magnifica veduta in silografia (mm 85x125) della città di Alessandria con il ponte sul fiume Tanaro. ln fine colophon con stemma della città in rosso e impresa dello stampatore Fr. Moscheni. Precede il testo dedica a Giacomo Filippo Sacchi, alessandrino, presidente del Senato Milanese, del podestà di Alessandria Corte (ricordato anche come Curzio) che curò l'edizione degli Statuti. Primo libro stampato ad Alessandria e prima edizione degli Statuti della città, comprendente il testo approvato nel 1297 e le aggiunte fino al 1547, comprendete i ''Capitoli delle Fere de la città de Alexandria, 1525'' e le disposizioni relative alla remissione delle tasse sui cavalli, che il consiglio della città nella adunanza del 10 gennaio 1548 determinò dovessero unirsi al volume degli Statuti. Seguendo il Catalogo degli Statuti del Senato sembra che tali fogli venissero stampati dallo stesso Moscheni dopo il 1548, per assoluta somiglianza dei caratteri utilizzati. Rarissimo ed … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-16 13:35:51
Nebrija, Antonio de;C accialupe, Giovanni
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2017-10-16 13:20:12
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 [IT]
2017-10-16 12:52:22
Nebrija, Antonio de;C accialupe, Giovanni
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2017-10-16 11:55:14
Vitruvius Pollio, Marcus.
Paris Barbé Witwe für Gazeau, 1547. (35,5 x 24,5 cm). 4 nn., 155 num. (1 gefaltet), 1 w., 23 nn. Bll. Mit Holzschnittporträt auf dem Titel und letzten Blatt sowie zahlreichen teils ganzseitigen Textholzschnitten. Brauner Maroquinband des 20. Jahrhunderts im Stil der Zeit mit Deckel-, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung sowie dreiseitigem Goldschnitt. Erste vollständige französische Ausgabe. - "Jean Martin was the translator of this edition. It is a beautiful example of sixteenth-century French printing by Jean Barbé, who had, in 1545, printed the French edition of Book I-II of Serlio. Many of the illustrations are the work of Jean Goujon, other are taken from the Venice 1511, and Como 1521 editions of Vitruvius" (Fowler). - Stellenweise gering fingerfleckig. Titel und letztes Blatt etwas angeschmutzt. Titel und einige Blätter im letzten Teil mit Restaurierungen im Rand. Das gefaltete Blatt mit leichten Läsuren im rechten Rand (geringer Bildverlust). Die zusammengefügte und mitpaginierte Holzschnitt-Tafel im geklebten alten Falz etwas fleckig und mit Restaurierungen. Zwei Blätter vermutlich aus einem anderen Exemplar. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - Fowler 403; Ebhardt 70; Ornamentstichkatalog 1807; Millard I, 163; Adams V 912 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
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2017-10-16 11:39:40
Marot, Clement:
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2017-10-16 11:38:03
Medieval Stained Glass Window
1547. Original antique stained glass with a unique etched design. Item measures approximately 12 cm x 9 cm. Circa 19th century lead frame for preservation. Recent copper wire appended to the frame for hanging. Some loss to colour, otherwise in very good condition for its age and circumstance. A rare surviving portion of a 16th century Baroque styled stained glass window, crafted by the hands of a skilful glazier. Its perplexing paradoxal mosaic of a diamond or subtle cross-like pattern surrounded by mythical winged beasts, possibly the falcon so popular in mythology, together with its dark background and vivid green, suggests a politically cautious application of the art as seen during the Reformation. While its precise story cannot be told, it is most probable that this glass was salvaged from a ransacked building in Continental Europe, possibly even owned by an aristocrat, gentry, or monastic leader whose residence or workplace was vengefully damaged in the English Reformation. In the 16th and 17th centuries, vast and deliberate destruction of stained glass was rampant in Europe as a result of political upheavals and religious unrest, a tragic chapter in history and the reason that samples such as this are exceedingly scarce. While Reformation attacks on Catholic churches destroyed a tremendous amount of glass, particularly in England, Calvinist iconoclasm ended production altogether in the North. In 1547 the Dissolution of the Monasteries ordered the destruction of all decorative glass in churches. In 1633, many of the glass factories in Lorraine, France were devastated … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Voyager Press Rare Books & Manuscripts [CA]
2017-10-10 23:44:16
Marot, Clement:
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2017-10-10 21:53:34
VISSCHER, Roemer.
Landwehr, Emblem and fable books 875; Praz, p. 530; De Vries, Emblemata 57. Ad 1: Fourth edition of a popular and witty Dutch emblem book written by Roemer Visscher (1547-1620). The work consists of 3 series of 60 emblems, each with a motto in Latin of Dutch, a two-line verse below, and a short explanation on the facing page. The emblems are representative 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, and with a perfectly chosen arrangement or action he directly comes to his point in a clear, yet entertaining way. The present edition is a later edition of the one edited by Visscher's daughter: Anna Roemer Visscher (1583-1651). Anna enlarged her father's work with 10 emblems called the Minne-poppen, or emblems of love, and also added a 2-line distich. Ad 2: Second edition of a poetic work by Roemer Visscher, containing the poems he wrote in his youth. The title, Brabbelingh can be translated as "gibberish" or "baby-talk". The work is divided into several parts, each dealing with a different kind of poetry, some are from his very early youth, others are laudatory poems, epigrams, riddles, lamentations etc. Included at the end are several poems by Visscher's friend Hendrick Laurensz. Spieghel (1549-1612). All the poems are rather unpolished and sometimes quite rude; however, they do mirror the daily life in Amsterdam during the last decades of the sixteenth century.With the bookplate of Garmt Stu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-08 23:42:10
ARIOSTO, Lodovico.
Vinegia, Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, MDXLVII (1547). 2 parti in un vol. in-4, ff. 264, (30), magnifica leg. coeva piena pergamena, con unghia, decorata in oro da riquadro a filetto sui piatti e fleuron in oro al centro dei medesimi, tit. e fregi oro al dorso, tagli dorati. Titolo generale racchiuso da bordura silogr. a motivo architettonico con figure ed impresa di Giolito, 47 figure silografiche su un quarto di pagina, una all'inizio di ciascun canto e delle ''Stanze'', numerose grandi iniziali istoriate; frontesp. a sé per la ''Espositione'' con impresa tipogr. giolitina, ritr. dell'Ariosto in ovale al verso, altra impresa tipogr. in fine. I legni ed il ritratto, tratti da Tiziano, vennero usati per la prima volta dal Giolito nell'ediz. 1542 e furono copiati spesso dai vari stampatori di Venezia, Firenze, Lione e Parigi. Bellissimo esemplare di rara e pregiata edizione del Furioso. Agnelli-Ravegnani p. 76. Guidi p. 50. Bongi I, 144. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-08 18:33:24
Jens Wittig
Used [Publisher: GRIN Verlag] 1547
Bookseller: amazon.co.uk
2017-10-05 15:02:20
ALBERTI LEON BATTISTA (1404-1472).
Venezia, Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1547. In - 8ø; 44 cc.; legatura settecentesca in tutta pergamena, tagli marmorizzati. Prima edizione in italiano e seconda assoluta del libro che per la prima volta codifica le regole della prospettiva: "Il De pictura Š opera teorica fondamentale e di eccezionale importanza nella storia della prospettiva; in essa infatti, per la prima volta in senso assoluto, il grande umanista ancora in giovane et... ha esposto i principi concettuali della nuova scienza e definito l'operazione prospettica oggettiva come intersecazione della piramide visiva che ha vertice nell'occhio e base circoscritta dal contorno apparente dell'oggetto osservato." (Vagnetti). Il De pictura fu compilato in latino nel 1435 e venne stampato per la prima volta a Basilea solo nel 1540 con il testo in latino. La prima edizione in italiano con la traduzione dell'umanista Lodovico Domenichi (1514 - 1564) Š dunque la seconda assoluta. Fowler 15. Cicognara 388. Vagnetti Elb4. Millard, Italian and Spanish books nø 9. Schlosser Magnino, pp. 125, 127, 155.
Bookseller: Mediolanum [Italy]
2017-10-04 14:55:44
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2017-10-04 14:55:15
MANUTIUS PAULUS
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-09-26 19:02:07
PATRIZI, Francesco, Bishop of Gaetà (1413-1494).
- 4to (204 x 147 mm). Mit Holzschnitt-Titel und figurativen sechszeiligen Holzschnitt-Initialen. [14], 206 Bl. Pergamentband des 18. Jhs., mit rotem Lederrückenschild (Buchblock teilweise vom Deckel gelöst). Venezia, Comin de Trino di Monferrato, 1547. Erste italienische Ausgabe von Patrizis 'Enneas de regno, et regis institutione' (Paris, 1519). Bemerkenswerterweise werden in diesem seltenen Fürstenspiegel nahezu alle Belege nicht mehr aus der Bibel, sondern aus der Profangeschichte sowie aus den griechischen und römischen Klassikern entlehnt. "La dottrina politica del De Regno si è cosi conclusa definitivamente in una suprema esigenza morale: l'immortalità. Si può quindi dire che il fine ultimo di questa dottrina è stato la moralizzazione della vita sociale, nella persona del Monarca, che rappresenta il vertice, e non la semplice sintesi di essa" (Giuseppe Chiarelli). - Kupfertitel minimal fleckig, untere Ecke abgerissen, hs. Notiz am Schluss der Widmung, gegen Schluss etwas wasserfleckig. STC, (Italian), 493; Chiarelli, Il 'De Regno' di Francesco Patrizi, in: Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia del Diritto XII (1932), p. 716f.; L. F. Leslie F. Smith, Francesco Patrizi: A Forgotten Political Scientist and Humanist, in: Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science (vol. 47, 1967), p. 348ff.; Mortimer, French, 419. First Italian edition of Patrizi's Enneas de regno, et regis institutione (The Kingdom and the Education of a King), a widely read treatise on the education of princes and compilation of sentences and illustrations on the topics of the passions and the virtues, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Erasmushaus - Haus der Bücher AG [Switzerland]
2017-09-26 06:25:07
Albizzi Antonio ( 1547 - 1626 ) Augsburg
Artist: Albizzi Antonio ( - 1626 ) Augsburg; issued in: Strassburg; date: ca 1626. - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; - condition: Upper external right corner perfectly restored; - size (in cm): 56 x 39; - description : Family tree of cout of Tyrol.; - vita of the artist: The Italian jurist and genealogist Albizzi was born in Florence in 1547. Little is known of his life. In 1576 he was in the service of Cardinal-Archduke Andreas of Austria. In 1585 he converted to Lutheranism. From 1608 on he spent the rest of his life in the Protestant Imperial City of Kempten (Bavaria), where he died in 1626.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-09-22 18:10:22
Nebrija, Antonio de;C accialupe, Giovanni
1547 - An Important Early Law Dictionary Nebrija, Antonio de [c.1444-1522], Compiler. Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista [c. 1420-1496]. Alberico, da Rosate [c.1290-1360]. Vocabularius Utriusque Iuris Difficillimas Quasque Voces Iuxta Receptos Iuris Interpretes Edifferens: Nunc Demum Exactissima Cura Recognitus: Ac (Velut e Sordibus Errorum Erutus) Supraq; Cuiusuis Alterius Editionis Auxesinb non Paucis Vocabulis Elegantissimis hac Ultima Impressione Locupletatus. Adiectae Sunt Etiam Quamplurimaenon Solum Dictiones, Verumetiam Lineae: Qua in Studiosorum Gratiam Suis Locis Nuper Appositae hoc Signo )( Praefixae Fuerunt. Venice: Apud Hieronymum Scotum, 1547. 471, [1] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Octavo (6" x 4"). Later diced quarter calf over marbled boards, gilt title and ornaments to spine, speckled edges, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing to boards and extremities, corners bumped and somewhat worn, recent owner stamp to verso of front free endpaper. Light toning to text, a bit heavier in places, worming to top-edges of 28 leaves with minor loss to headlines, light foxing to a few leaves. An attractive copy. $1,750. * Later edition. A work of great authority, this popular dictionary was first published in 1506 as part of a volume of collected works. It went through more than twenty-five editions, with several variations in content, during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It is a humanistic work grounded in philology and historical commentary. Nebrija was an important Spanish scholar and educator. Educated at the universities of Salamanca and Bologna, he read widely … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [U.S.A.]
2017-09-22 16:43:23
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 Bongiorno Paolo [IT]
2017-09-19 16:40:42
Nebrija, Antonio de;C accialupe, Giovanni
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2017-09-19 16:40:42
Nebrija, Antonio de;C accialupe, Giovanni
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2017-09-19 16:40:42
Nebrija, Antonio de;C accialupe, Giovanni
1547. An Important Early Law Dictionary Nebrija, Antonio de [c.1444-1522], Compiler. Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista [c. 1420-1496]. Alberico, da Rosate [c.1290-1360]. Vocabularius Utriusque Iuris Difficillimas Quasque Voces Iuxta Receptos Iuris Interpretes Edifferens: Nunc Demum Exactissima Cura Recognitus: Ac (Velut e Sordibus Errorum Erutus) Supraq; Cuiusuis Alterius Editionis Auxesinb non Paucis Vocabulis Elegantissimis hac Ultima Impressione Locupletatus. Adiectae Sunt Etiam Quamplurimaenon Solum Dictiones, Verumetiam Lineae: Qua in Studiosorum Gratiam Suis Locis Nuper Appositae hoc Signo )( Praefixae Fuerunt. Venice: Apud Hieronymum Scotum, 1547. 471, [1] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Octavo (6" x 4"). Later diced quarter calf over marbled boards, gilt title and ornaments to spine, speckled edges, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing to boards and extremities, corners bumped and somewhat worn, recent owner stamp to verso of front free endpaper. Light toning to text, a bit heavier in places, worming to top-edges of 28 leaves with minor loss to headlines, light foxing to a few leaves. An attractive copy. $1,750. * Later edition. A work of great authority, this popular dictionary was first published in 1506 as part of a volume of collected works. It went through more than twenty-five editions, with several variations in content, during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It is a humanistic work grounded in philology and historical commentary. Nebrija was an important Spanish scholar and educator. Educated at the universities of Salamanca and Bologna, he read widely … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-09-19 16:40:42
Nebrija, Antonio de;C accialupe, Giovanni
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2017-09-19 16:40:42
Nebrija, Antonio de;C accialupe, Giovanni
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2017-09-19 16:40:42
Nebrija, Antonio de;C accialupe, Giovanni
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-09-19 11:17:51
Stumpf, Johannes
Zürich: Christoph Froschauer 1547/48. Holzschnitt (8x17cm) auf 2-Blatt aus der Stumpfschen Chronik (um 1548), m. Beschreibung der mehrwöchigen Belagerung l. gebr., im Passepartout Zürich: Christoph Froschauer 1547/48 Johannes Stumpf (* 23. April 1500 in Bruchsal, Hochstift Speyer (heute Baden-Württemberg) 1577/78 in Zürich) war ein Theologe, Kartograf, Historiker und Chronist, der in der Schweiz lebte und arbeitete. Johannes Stumpf studierte an der Universität Heidelberg Theologie. 1520 arbeitete er in der bischöflichen Kanzlei in Speyer. In Freiburg im Breisgau wurde er in den Johanniterorden aufgenommen. Später erhielt er die Priesterweihe in Basel. 1522 wurde er Prior im Ritterhaus Bubikon im Zürcher Oberland und erhielt das Pfarramt der dortigen Kirchgemeinde. In seiner Zürcher Zeit schloss er sich dem Reformator Huldrych Zwingli an. 1529 heiratete er die Tochter des Chronisten Heinrich Brennwald (14781551), dessen handschriftliche Unterlagen er wie andere auch später für seine Chronik verwenden sollte. 1543 wurde er Pfarrer in Stammheim (heute Unter- und Oberstammheim). Für seine Verdienste erhielt er 1548, im Jahr der Drucklegung seiner Chronik, das Bürgerrecht der Stadt Zürich, wohin er sich 1561 zurückzog. Johannes Stumpfs bedeutendstes Werk ist seine reich illustrierte topografische und historische Chronik der Alten Eidgenossenschaft von 1547/48. Den überwiegenden Teil der Illustrationen (400 Holzschnitte) schuf Heinrich Vogtherr der Ältere. Diese Chronik ist von der Verwendung der Unterlagen seines Schwiegervaters Heinrich Brennwald, des durch Heinrich Bulli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rolstein [Germany]
2017-09-19 10:47:31
Nebrija, Antonio de;C accialupe, Giovanni
1547. An Important Early Law Dictionary Nebrija, Antonio de [c.1444-1522], Compiler. Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista [c. 1420-1496]. Alberico, da Rosate [c.1290-1360]. Vocabularius Utriusque Iuris Difficillimas Quasque Voces Iuxta Receptos Iuris Interpretes Edifferens: Nunc Demum Exactissima Cura Recognitus: Ac (Velut e Sordibus Errorum Erutus) Supraq; Cuiusuis Alterius Editionis Auxesinb non Paucis Vocabulis Elegantissimis hac Ultima Impressione Locupletatus. Adiectae Sunt Etiam Quamplurimaenon Solum Dictiones, Verumetiam Lineae: Qua in Studiosorum Gratiam Suis Locis Nuper Appositae hoc Signo )( Praefixae Fuerunt. Venice: Apud Hieronymum Scotum, 1547. 471, [1] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Octavo (6" x 4"). Later diced quarter calf over marbled boards, gilt title and ornaments to spine, speckled edges, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing to boards and extremities, corners bumped and somewhat worn, recent owner stamp to verso of front free endpaper. Light toning to text, a bit heavier in places, worming to top-edges of 28 leaves with minor loss to headlines, light foxing to a few leaves. An attractive copy. $1,750. * Later edition. A work of great authority, this popular dictionary was first published in 1506 as part of a volume of collected works. It went through more than twenty-five editions, with several variations in content, during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It is a humanistic work grounded in philology and historical commentary. Nebrija was an important Spanish scholar and educator. Educated at the universities of Salamanca and Bologna, he read widely i … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-09-19 10:47:31
Nebrija, Antonio de;C accialupe, Giovanni
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2017-09-17 00:09:24
Giustiniani
Hugonem & Haeredes Aemonis A', 1547. Vol in folio cm 42, m.perg d'epoca con nervature pp 18 Inc, a m.pag dell'Imp. E dotti del tempo, pp 1090 Incisione Arbor Substitutionum. Ottimo esemplare con alcune bandellature del tutto irrilevanti Latino
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Elia Zali [IT]
2017-09-16 11:04:02
(Modena), Ioannes de Nicolis Mutinensis excudebat, 1547. 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. .
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2017-09-15 02:25:27
GAIGNY (Jean de).
Lutetiae Parisiorum cum priuilegio ad sexennium, per Nicolaum Diuitem uia Sacerdotum, ad divae Genouefes, sub insigni geminae anchorae, 1547. - in-8. 8ff. 148ff. (mal chiffrés 158). Demi-basane (modeste reliure du XIXs., frottée). Edition Originale extrêmement rare de la versification des Pseaumes de David par le grand humaniste Jean de Gaigny (mort en 1549). Cet érudit, chancelier de l'Université et premier aumônier de François Ier joua un rôle remarquable dans l'essor de la Renaissance en France, en retrouvant et publiant d'importants manuscrits anciens. Il avait fait installer une imprimerie dans sa propre maison, rue des Prêtres Saint-Etienne-du-Mont, que dirigeait son neveu Nicolas Leriche. Elle avait pour enseigne deux ancres en sautoir. Jean de Gaigny fit graver un caractère spécial pour cette imprimerie, inspiré de l'italique aldine qu'il admirait beaucoup, et dont il confia l'exécution à Charles Chiffin, un orfèvre tourangeau. Une note préliminaire dans le présent volume, souligne la nouveauté de ce caractère en France, et annonce différentes publications à venir dans cette officine où se vendaient également d'authentiques impressions vénitiennes des Aldes. Les ouvrages imprimés chez Jean de Gaigny ont été rarement décrits et semblent peu nombreux. En fait l'activité de l'atelier ne dura que deux ans, jusqu'à la mort du grand érudit (1549) qui demanda par testament à ce que les matrices et poinçons de ses caractères soient vendus. Reliure modeste mais bon exemplaire intérieurement de cette très rare impression particulière. Il a appartenu au littérateur Edouard Tho … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Spain]
2017-09-08 09:41:34
MARGUERITE, REINE DE NAVARRE (1492-1549).
Lyon: Jean de Tournes, 1547. 2 volumes, 8vo (6 4/8 x 4 inches): wood-cut devices on title-pages and on the penultimate page of volume one, 11 woodcuts after Bernard Salomon in volume II, including 10 illustrating "La Coche", 6- and 4-line floriated initials, head- and tail-pieces (one or two marginal spots). Fine early 19th-century binding of full red morocco, each cover decorated with borders of triple gilt fillets, the spines gilt decorated in six compartments with five raised bands, gilt lettered in one, the others decorated with fine gilt tools, all edges gilt, silk ties. PROVENANCE: with an early and faded purchase inscription at the head of the title-page of volume one; with an early ink library stamp: "de Bourdigalle" at the foot of the title-page of volume one, and with the motto: "non est mortale quod opio" (no man is weaker than opium); with the engraved monogrammed book label "E.E.O" on the verso of the first blank of volume one; with the engraved armorial book label with the cypher "A.W." on the front paste-down of each volume; with the engraved armorial red morocco gilt book label of Léopold Double, his sale 1863, on the front paste-down of each volume; the red morocco gilt book label of Maurice-Ernst Quentin-Bauchart on each front paste-down and the red cloth gilt book label of Edouard Rahir on the front paste-down of volume one (see his Bibliothèque, 1907, p. 278). ONE OF THE LANDMARKS OF FRENCH POETRY AND RENAISSANCE BOOK PRODUCTION. The first collected edition of Marguerite d'Angouleme's poetry, containing many works in their first edition. The volume opens … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-09-08 09:11:49
Goltzius, Hendrick (1558-1617)
Portrait of Charlotte de Bourbon (1547-1582) the third wife of William of Orange. Half-length portrait of the richly dressed woman with a hand on the table in front of her. In each corner female personifications of the four elements with biblical scene in the background; in strapwork symbols related to the elements. Inscribed on the oval frame: 'CAROLA BVRBONIA D.G. PRIN. AVR. CO: NASS. &C. AET. ANN. XXIII A. M.LXXXI'. Latin captions below the representations of the elements; four lines of Latin text in cartouche at the bottom centre: 'Huius me curae... lustrabit lampade Solis'. Engraving on paper trimmed to plate mark; total: 272 x 183 mm; state II/2; very nice impression; New Hollstein 262; Strauss 143; Bartsch 179, Muller 99
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2017-09-05 11:14:34
Taurel, Edouard (1824-1892)
Profile portrait of Juan I of Austria (1547-1578) in an oval. Iscribed on the bottom:' DON JAN VAN OOSTENRYK.', signed on the bottom right:'C. Ed. Taurel sculps.' Steel engraving on paper with margins, some stains on the plate; total: 258 x 176 mm. PP01JI (Juan I of Austria)
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2017-09-05 05:15:52
Unamuno, Miguel de ; Babelon, Jean
Paris: A. Tallone - Fine paperback copy. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. Physical description; 429 p. ; 26 cm. Notes; 'Copertina e astuccio editoriale.' ' Esemplare 418/550 su carta avorio Lana. In ottimo stato, in gran parte a fogli chiusi.' Includes slip case. Subjects; Cervantes, Miguel de. -- "Don Quijote de la Mancha". Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, -- (1547-1616). Genre; Genres littéraires. 2 Kg. 429 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd
2017-09-03 21:21:35
Unknown maker
Bust portrait of Antonio Albizzi in an oval. Antonio Albizzi (lat : Antonius Albicius) was an Italian jurist and genealogist, born in Florence in 1547. In 1576 he was in the service of Cardinal-Archduke Andreas of Austria. In 1585 he converted to Lutheranism and spent the rest of his life in the Protestant Imperial City of Kempten, where he died in 1626. His most famous work was Principum Christianorum Stemmata (Augsburg 1612), an unusual collection of engravings showing the family trees of the leading royal and noble houses of Europe of that time (and unusually also including the genealogy of the Turkish Emperors). The fine decorative engravings include family trees, portraits and coats of arms and are set against the backdrop of City views and panoramas closely copied from the Civitates Orbis Terrarum by Georg Braun & Franz Hogenberg (1572-1618). Lettered on the oval frame: 'ANTONIVS ALBICIVS NOBILIS FLORENTINVS'; on the bottom: 'Haec est ALBITII, Regum qui Stemmata scripsit. / Atque Ducum, artificis prodita imago manu. / Nobilitatis uti scriptor quoq[ue] Nobilis esset; / Nobilis hic genere est, Scriptore, et ingenio'. Engraving on laid paper; on the verso text in letterpress; total: 193 x 127 mm
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2017-08-31 21:24:55
LANDAU (Pfalz):
1547. Holzschnitt v. W.S. aus Cosmographey oder beschreibung aller Länder . b. Heinrich (Henri) Petri in Basel, dat. 1547 ersch. 1578, 18,5 x 38 (Ganze Buchseite)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2017-08-30 01:36:04
Nicolas BEATRIZET detto "Il Beatricetto" Thionville 1515 circa - Roma 1565
1547. Bulino, 1547, firmato in basso sulla destra "NB. LOTARINGUS .F.", inscritto sul piedistallo HIEREMIAS MICH.ANG. PINXIT IN VATICANO.Secondo stato finale, con l'excudit di Lafreri in basso a destra: ANT. LAFRERI/ SEQUANUS. EXCUD. ROMAE/ 1547. Da un soggetto di Michelangelo. La figura riproduce fedelmente, e nello stesso verso, il celebre affresco di Michelangelo nella volta della Cappella Sistina in Vaticano. Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non identificabile, rifilata alla linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Ex collezione Luciana Simonetti (Lugt 3616) e A.C. de Poggi (Lugt 617). Engraving, 1547, signed lower right: 'NB LOTARINGVS F', inscribed with publisher's address and dated below: 'ANT LAFRERI/SEQVANVS EXCVD ROMAE/1547' and lettered under the figure on a a tablet: 'HIEREMIAS/MICH ANG PINXIT IN VATICANO'. After Michelangelo. The engraving reproduces the prophet Jeremiah, after Michelangelo's fresco on the Sisitine ceiling A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed close to platemark, unidentified watermark, generally in very good condition. Ex collection Luciana Simonetti (Lugt 3616) e A.C. de Poggi (Lugt 617). Bartsch XV.244.10; TIB,10, 24 p.252; S. Bianchi in Grafica d'Arte, XIV,54 , p. 4 n. 3. 293 423
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-08-30 01:35:56
Leon Battista Alberti trad Ludovico Domenichi
Giolito, 1547. In-8°; cc. 44, all'ultima pagina e al frontespizio martca tipografica incisa su legno, capilettera xilografici figurati; al frontespizio noa di possesso manoscrita datata 1568, e altre iscrizioni, molte note manoscritte e sottolineature dell'epoca nel testo, che fanno di questo un esemplare appartenuto a uno studioso o a un artista. Legatura in cartonato colorato. Alcune carte marginalmente restaurate. Dedica a Francesco salviati. Prima edizione in italiano di quello che può essere considerato il trattato fondamentale per la prospettiva rinascimentale. Alberti tratta qui della conoscenza per i pittori della "superficie e del taglio", ossia della teoria della piramide visiva; dei colori, della storia della pittura, delle tre cose che "fanno perfetta la pittura, circonscrittione, compositione e ricevere i lumi". arte art pittura painting fonti storia dell'arte alberti prospettiva perspective rinascimento
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini
2017-08-27 12:59:00
Unknown maker
Profile portrait of Juan I of Austria (1547-1578) in a circular frame, inscribed: JOANNES AUSTRIACUS CAROLI V. F. PHILIPPI REGIS CATHOLICI NOMINE APUD BELGAS GUBERNATOR ET CAPITANEUS GENERAL. ANN. MDCIIII. Numbered on the bottom left: '126'. This plate was employed in Emanuel van Meteren 'Historia Oder Eigentliche und War hafte Beschreibung aller Kriegshändel unnd Gedenckwürdigen Geschichten', ca. 1610. Etching on paper with margins; platemark: 172 x 171, total: 189 x 183 mm; small hole slightly below the center, small tear on the right bottom affecting slightly the plate, otherwise in good conditions. PP01JI (Juan I of Austria)
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