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2019-01-31 01:16:13
Platone, Marsilio Ficino
Apud Godefridum et Marcellum Beringos, fratres, Lione, 1548. Edizione Lionese, non comune, della capitale traduzione platonica di Marsilio Ficino. Al testo, nitidamente stampato in due colonne, à premessa una lettera dedicatoria del filologo tedesco Simon Grynaeus, corrispondente di Erasmo e di Calvino, una lettera a Lorenzo de' Medici e la Vita di Platone di Marsilio Ficino e il suo avviso al lettore accompagnato da tre quartine in lingua greca. Questa edizione riprende quella del Froben pubblicata nel 1532 Numero di tavole: pp.(40), 646, (2) altezza 34 larghezza 23 Legatura in mezza pergamena con titolo calligrafico al dorso: macchie e tracce di polvere ai piatti e al dorso, piatto anteriore leggermente bombato con conseguente difetto nella chiusura del volume. I fogli di guardia anteriori e posteriori sono costituiti da vecchie pagine manoscritte, con macchie brune. Le carte interne presentano diversi problemi: una generale e molto irregolare brunitura con fioriture e piccole macchie brune sparse (segnaliamo solo una macchia particolarmente intensa che compromette la lettura di piccole porzioni di testo in M6), una vistosa macchia di inchiostro nero all'angolo superiore esterno delle carte che interessa quasi tutto il volume ( da a1 a L4), una gora di umidità al margine superiore delle carte da a 1 a c4, piccoli fori di tarlo marginali (da a1 a b2, da g2 a i1 e da T3 a Hh5). Al frontespizio appare cancellato a penna il nome del revisore Simone Grineo. Nel testo compaiono sporadiche sottolineature antica a penna, concentrate soprattutto nei primi libri del De Republica.
Bookseller: Di Mano in Mano Soc. Coop [Cambiago, Italy]
2019-01-30 17:26:54
n/a
Istanbul, 1548. Istanbul. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): Tshuvot haRav Rabeinu Nisim, 1548, Istanbul. Language: Hebrew. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. SKU000179337 . Good. Hardcover. n/a. 1548.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-01-30 03:55:15
Luther, Martin
4 (31 x 21 cm), zweifarbiges Titelblatt mit Holzschnitt, 7 Bl., 276 Bl. 318 Bl., zahlreiche Holzschnitt-Initialen., Schweinslederband der Zeit, blindgeprägt, ohne Schliessen., Handschriftliches Bibliotheksschild a. Rücken, Deckel min wurmstichig, Vorsätze etwas fleckig u kleinen Randläsuren. innen sauber, Marginalien von alter Hand. VD16 L 3312. Namenszug a. Titelblatt Johannes Minnenius [Dank an die Frau Kollegin Oberacker-Pilick für die Uebersetzung.] Vorwort von Philipp Melanchthon. Dritter Band der ersten deutschen Gesamtausgabe von Luthers Schriften (Wittenberger Ausgabe), die noch von Luther selbst begonnen wurde (1548-1573). Der Titelholzschnitt, Luther u. Kurfürst Johann Friedrich von Sachsen, neben dem Kruzifix kniend, ist eine Kopie nach Lucas Cranach d. J. An der Herausgabe waren u. a. Kaspar Creutziger, Georg Maior u. Georg Rörer beteiligt. Philipp Melanchthon schrieb Vorreden zu 8 Bänden.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2019-01-30 01:59:28
SVETONIO - BEROALDO -
Ludguni, apud Ioannem Frellonium, 1548, in folio, legatura posteriore, non recente, in piena pergamena, dorso a sei snodi con tassello, fregi e titoli dorati, pp. (80)-761-(2), vignetta xilografica al frontespizio, numerosissimi capolettera xilografici. Copia in ottime condizioni. Rara edizione cinquecentesca di quest'opera che conobbe numerose edizioni con titoli differenti a partire da quella veneziana del 1499 per arrivare appunto a questa stampata a Lione nel 1548 contenente le Vite dei Cesari di Svetonio curata da Filippo Beroaldo.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica [IT]
2019-01-29 19:22:08
Apulée (Lucius Apueleius)
Montisferrati 1548: 1548. Apulée (Lucius Apueleius) Floridorum, Libri quatuor, ab joanne pyrrho Englebermeo juris consultissimo et cultioris literaturae doctissimo recogniti : Graphicisq admodum scholiis illustrati. Bernardini rutilii coloniensis decuria (Commentaire sur Cicéron en X chapitres) Alexii Ugonii brixiani monachi cassinensis dialogus de solitudine Venetiis apud cominium de tridino. Montisferrati 1548 20 ff, (folioté 20 en chiffres romains) Marque de l'imprimeur Josse Bade sur la page de titre. Daté aout 1518 au colophon. suivit de : (136 ff non paginés) daté au colophon Barbardinus Vitalis Venetus impremebat le 12 septembre 1528. Suivit de : 56 ff non paginés) impression italiques In 4 plein vélin, dos à six nerfs estampé. Alex Hugoni était originaire de Brescia était un moine de Mont Cassin. Ce dialogue sur la solitude orné d'une très belle marque d'imprimeur est imprimé en lettres italiques, sur un beau papier fin. Trois volumes reliés en un petit in-4, Impression XVI e, reliure contemporaine en plein veau orné, estampée à froid sur les plats supérieurs et inférieurs à motifs de losanges, contenus dans un compartiment rectangulaire, formés de fers à motifs végétaux (palmes). Le fleuron central et les fleurons d'angles sont argentés. Dos à cinq nerfs orné de fleurons dans les caissons, fleur de lys décorative en queue, coiffe supérieure absente, ranches rougies. Très belle réunion de textes du XVIe siècle, dans une belle reliure contemporaine. Le livre débute par une impression de Josse Bade (1461-1535) à Paris en , dont il porte la marque d'imprimeur représent … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: le.cil.de.neptune (la_moustache_de_zeus) [Paris, FR]
2019-01-29 16:30:33
ALAMANNI, Luigi
1548. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. EXTREMELY RARE Chanson de Geste Literature An incredibly rare and valuable first edition of Luigi Alamanni's famous romance poem "Girone il Cortese". This poem is said to have begun writing this poem at the request of Francis I. The romantic nature and style of this Italian poem made it extremely popular during its day. Alamanni took an existing French poem with a similar title and made very few changes from the original French but made the style his own. This book includes 24 shorter sections on chivalry. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, United States]
2019-01-29 16:05:48
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius (after 83 - ca 168 AD).
Venice: Niccolò Bascarini for Giovanni Battista Pederzano, 1548 [colophon dated October 1547]. 8vo (6 6/8 x 4 2/8 inches). Decorative woodcut side-borders to title-page, fine woodcut portrait of Ptolemy observing the heavens, 60 fine double-page copper-engraved maps by Giacomo Gastaldi, including 2 world maps (Shirley 87 and 88), embellished with sea-monsters, mermaids, ships, wild and unusual animals such as elephants and leopards, descriptive letterpress text and map numbers on rectos and versos of maps, woodcut illustrations and diagrams throughout, initials, and Pederzano's large woodcut device on colophon leaf 2D7r and verso of final leaf [Vaccaro Marche p.318, fig. 427]. With blank 2D8 (lacking the four leaves of index in the first signature, the first three leaves including title and blank tipped-in, two ownership inscriptions excised from title the whole backed with laid paper, resulting in minor gum stains to woodcut portrait of Ptolemy on proximate leaf, browning to sig. A, tear to top edge D7-E2, loss at lower corner of Y8, mild foxing and damp-staining throughout; maps with old restoration, some with later additions in pencil, centerfolds of many maps strengthened and restored, worming at upper gutter of no. 16-17 and 19-23 affecting maps, small hole to map 42 affecting "E" in the heading "ASIE, wormhole to h7-8, i.e. the final leaves, affecting a few words). 19th-century vellum over paste-board, title in manuscript on the spine, all edges blue. PROVENANCE: from the library of Bruce McKinney, founder of Americana Exchange/Rare Book Hub and bibliophile, on the fr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-01-24 04:43:58
FIRENZUOLA, Agnolo (1493-1543)
Giovanni Griffio ad istanza di Pietro Boselli, 1548. Tre opere in un volume in-12mo (mm. 132x73). Cc. 47; 28, [2], 11, [1]; 46, [2]. Segnatura: A-C12 D12 (-D12); A-B12 C6 2A12; A-D12. Ogni opera si apre con proprio frontespizio e si chiudo con colophon e marca editoriale. Capilettera xilografici. Piccole illustrazioni xilografiche nel testo della terza opera. Note manoscritte al risguardo anteriore "Giacomo Condotti", iniziali manoscritte ("V. B.") sbiadite a causa di un alone al margine inferiore del primo frontespizio. Note manoscritte al margine inferiore della c. 2A8r. Mezza pergamena del Settecento, piatti e risguardi rivestiti in carta colorata, tagli marmorizzati. Etichetta con segnatura al contropiatto. Piccoli fori restaurati al frontespizio della prima opera senza danno al testo, piccoli fori di tarlo alle carte A2 e A3 che lambiscono solamente il testo, lievi aloni marginali su poche carte, nel complesso buona copia genuina. GRAZIOSA RISTAMPA in-12mo della prima edizione data dai Giunta a Firenze nel 1548 delle opere in prosa del Firenzuola, che furono pubblicate postume per le cure di Lorenzo Scala e Lodovico Domenichi. La raccolta comprende: a) i Ragionamenti (o Discorsi) degl'animali, dedicati da Lorenzo Scala a Pandolfo Pucci, sono ispirati all'antica raccolta di novelle indiane Panciatantra o in arabo Kalilah wa Dimnah, conosciuta in Italia attraverso la versione quattrocentesca in spagnolo di Johannes de Capua. Furono composti nel 1541 come risulta dalla data della dedica del Firenzuola alle donne pratesi. In essi il filosofo Tiabono, invitato dal re Lutorc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2019-01-22 07:39:50
1548. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Colonna, Vittoria. Le rime spirituali della signora Vittoria Colonna marchesana di Pescara. Non piu stampate da pochissime infuori, le quali altrove corrotte, et qui corrette si leggono. Venezia, Comin da Trino di Monferrato "al segno di San Giorgio", 1548. 8°, circa 16 x 10,3 cm. 48 num. Bll., 4 Bll. Neueres Halbleinenbändchen mit den alten marmorierten Deckeln. - CNCE 12834; nicht bei Adams (hat die Valgrisi-Ausgabe vom selben Jahr); vgl. Gamba 1325 (empfiehlt die Valgrisi-Ausgabe). Seltene noch frühe Ausgabe der erstmals 1539 in Parma erschienenen Gedichte, die schon bald etwas irreführend als "rime spirituali" berühmt wurden, obwohl ein Teil in der Tradition Petrarcas der weltliche Liebe gewidmet ist. - Letztes Blatt mit grossem zusätzlich eingedrucktem Holzschnitt im unteren weissen Rand (zeigt eine Deckelvase). - Wenig gebräunt, gegen Ende im unteren Bereich etwas feuchtrandig, nur letztes Blatt mit kleinen Papierfehlern in der äussersten unteren Ecke (weit vom Text), sonst gut erhalten. - Complete text, early edition, minor browning, last leaves with small waterstains to lower white margin, only last leaf with small flaws in paper to the lower corner (not touching the text). Last page also with an old added woodcut showing a vase (?). Bound in simple modern half-cloth with older marbled boards preserved. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-01-18 23:02:03
Cicero
Lyon: 1548 Cicero 'Epistolae Ad Atticum' FINE PERIOD BINDING. Historical Literature 1548 Cicero 'Epistolae Ad Atticum' FINE PERIOD BINDING. Historical Literature Click images to enlarge Description 'M.T.Ciceronis Epistolae Ad Atticum, Brutum & Q.Fratrem. Ex Diversorum Exemplarium, Praecipue Victorii Ac Manutii, Collatione Diligentissima Castigatae...' Lvgdvni: Apud Seb.Gryphium. Dated: 1548. Small 16mo. [5.00'' tall x 3.00'' wide x 1.50'' thick]. Title with engraved printer's device. Collates complete 794, [46]p. A lovely, crisp & clean copy. Minimal light marks or blemishes only else a very nice copy indeed. Bound in a very early/contemporary gilt decorated polished calf binding. Finely re-backed in a matching period style with raised bands and gilt lines. Gilt lettering to the spine. Solid and very attractive restored period binding. Pictures sell! Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing.250+ Listing Templates! Auctiva gets you noticed! The complete eBay Selling Solution. Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter.
Bookseller: humber-books [Kingston Upon Hull, United Kingdom]
2019-01-16 06:18:04
PIETRO CRESCENZI
Henrichum Petri, Basilea, 1548. Materia: Manual de agricultura editado en el siglo XVI. Edad Media. Vinos Publicación: Basel, H. Petri, 1548 Descripción: Folio, (32 cm.) & hojas, 385 páginas (error de paginacion 393 páginas reales) Encuadernación pergamino de época. Estado de conservación: Buen estado general. Lomo de la encuadernación restaurado. Algún agujero de xilófago marginal y mancha de humedad en la esquina inferior sin afectar al texto de la pagina 127 - 136. Notas: Con dos marcas de imprenta, 1 hoja con orla xilográfica y 188 xilografías entre texto. Pietro Crescenzi (o Pier Crescenzi) (ca. 1230/35-ca. 1320) fue un jurista italiano de Bolonia, también conocido por ser escritor de un libro de agricultura y jardinería. Estudió en la Universidad de Bolonia en Lógica, Medicina, Ciencias Naturales y Derecho, Crescenzi ejerció como abogado y juez desde 1269 hasta 1299. Después de retirarse a su villa, la Villa Olmo, en el recinto periurbano en el exterior de la muralla de Bolonia, escribió un tratado agrícola basado, en gran medida, en las fuentes clásicas y medievales, así como en su propia experiencia como propietario de tierras. Su libro Commodorum Ruralium Liber (El Libro de los Beneficios Rurales) se completó entre 1304 y 1309, y fue dedicado a Carlos II de Nápoles. El rey Carlos V de Francia ordenó la traducción al francés en 1373. Después de circular por Europa en forma de numerosas copias manuscritas, el tratado de Crescenzi se convirtió en el primer texto impreso sobre la agricultura moderna, se publicó en Augsburgo por Johann Schüssler en 1471. Alrededor del 5 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA MARGARITA DE DIOS [MADRID, Spain]
2019-01-11 03:26:54
LUCIDARIUS
1548. Large woodcut on title of an astronomer studying an armillary sphere in front of a starry sky by Hans Burgkmair & nine woodcuts in the text. 40 unnumbered leaves. Small 4to, cont. limp vellum, title written in a contemporary hand on upper cover, with the orig. nine-link chain attached to the lower cover with the orig. chain swivel & ring at other end, orig. deerskin ties. Augsburg: V. Otmar, 1548. A fine copy of the "first German encyclopedia" of general knowledge, here bound in a very remarkable chained binding. Most surviving chained bindings are substantial folios; our example is a smaller format book with a chain, of which very few exist. Chained bindings were devised to secure books to shelving and to prevent them from being removed or stolen. The text of this book, which was one of the most widely read popular books of the 15th century, passed through many editions in the first 150 years of printing. It is a cosmographical, geographical, and astronomical compendium of science, largely based on Pliny, Solinus, Isidore of Seville, and Bede, and had its origins in the second half of the 12th century. Written in the form of a dialogue between master and pupil, the 25 chapters discuss a wide range of subjects: the creation, astronomy, meteorology, natural history, earthquakes, the countries of Europe and other lands including the Middle East and Asia (alluding to Portugal's discoveries of many faraway islands in Asia and, clearly, America), and theology. Our edition has been prepared for a Protestant audience. The text was translated into Low German, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-01-07 03:36:28
1548. Diese Psalmenausgabe wurde in Nürnberg gedruckt ( Vom Nürnberger Theologen und Reformer Veit Dietrich kommentierte Psalmenausgabe). sehr frühe Ausgabe dieses Buches (Erstausgabe von 1537) mit entsprechender Seltenheit. Die Initialen in schönem Altkolorit. Schöner aufwändig gestalteter blindgeprägter Schweinsledereinband. Maße 16,5:11 cm, Kollation: 12 Bll. 370 S. 6 Bll., ohne Schließen, sonst vollständig! Kontaktieren Sie uns über unsere Fachseite bibeldrucke Austria und erhalten Sie 10% Sonderkonditionen zu den meisten unserer Bibeln und Drucken! Dear customer! As I am collecting bibles for ages I am interested to give clear descriptions. If you need more photos or information on the bibles don't hesitate to ask. As a private seller I can't send an invoice beyond the eBay invoices. However, there is always the chance to give back the item within 14 days if you don't like your bible. Shipping to Austria or Germany is 7 EUR, for EU countries it is 18 Euros. Please ask me for other countries.
Bookseller: ike2012 [Ried im Innkreis, AT]
2019-01-05 15:13:28
PIETRO VETTORI
Giunta, Bernardo (Florencia) 1478-1551, Florencia. Materia: Libro antiguo del siglo XVI. Filosofía. Retórica. Comentarios. Aristóteles. Publicación: Florentiae : in officina Bernardi Iunctae, 1548. Primera edición. Descripción: Folio (32 cm.). 16 páginas incluida portada, 637 páginas, 3 páginas, 12 hojas de indice. Encuadernación holandesa piel (S. XVIII) con dorados y tejuelo en el lomo. Estado de conservación: Muy buen estado en general, encuadernación posterior siglo XVIII y con desgastes. En general papel muy limpio y fuerte, ultimas hojas con pequeña mancha y restauración marginal. Piero Vettori (Florencia, 1499 - 1585) Escritor, filólogo y humanista italiano. Trabajo en la edición de numerosos textos antiguos en temas como la agricultura, ciencia, retórica, filosofía moral. Su interés principal era el estudio de textos antiguos y especialmente los textos griegos. Notas: Texto Latín - Griego USS1 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRERIA MARGARITA DE DIOS [MADRID, Spain]
2018-12-20 23:39:52
Erasmus, Desiderius
London: 1548 Erasmus 'Paraphrase Upon Newe Testament' Contemporary Binding. Bible 1548 Erasmus 'Paraphrase Upon Newe Testament' Contemporary Binding. Bible Click images to enlarge Description 'The First Tome Or Volume Of The Paraphrase Of Erasmus Vpon The Newe Testamente' Desiderius Erasmus [?-1536] Enpriented At London : In Fletestrete At The Signe Of The Sunne By Edwarde Whitchurche, [The Last Daie Of Ianuarie. Anno. Domini. 1548] Small, thick folio [12.00'' tall x 8.25'' wide x 4.00'' thick]. ESTC ref 006196900. Darlow & Moule 73. Collates ii-cxxii, i-xcvii, i-cci, i-cxiii, i-xc leaves. Lacking the title, one leaf in Matthew & three blank leaves. A virtually complete copy of this work in a contemporary binding with oak boards. Very good, clean and solid condition in the main. Minor marks, light blemishes or reading wear commensurate with age else a lovely clean copy in the main. Last handful of leaves with some lower damp staining or wear. Last leaf with paper repair not affecting text. Printers device to the reverse of the final leaf. Overall a very nice copy indeed. Bound in full contemporary blind tooled calf with oak boards. Some upper & lower spine leather replaced with the original leather overlaid. Doesn't appear to have been fully re-backed, just repairs to the top and tail of the spine. An attractive contemporary binding. End papers not stuck down, oak boards visible at the front [as per image]. Pictures sell! Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing.250+ Listing Templates! Auctiva gets you noticed! The complete eBay Selling Solution. Track Page Views With … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: humber-books [Kingston Upon Hull, GB]
2018-12-11 14:57:04
ARIOSTO Lodovico
Venetia,: apresso di Francesco Bindoni et Mapheo Pasini, 1548. Venetia, apresso di Francesco Bindoni et Mapheo Pasini, 1548. In-24 gr. (mm. 149x97), p. pergamena antica, tit. ms. al dorso, 32 cc.nn., marca tipografica con due serpenti intrecciati. Cfr. Agnelli-Ravegnani,II, p. 11: “E' questa la più rara delle edizioni bindoniane delle "Satire". Citata dal Polidori e dal Tambara, in vano è stata da noi cercata presso le biblioteche italiane.. Uno, integro, era tra i libri del Conte Manzoni e così commentato: ‘Edition inconnue aux bibliographes et différant de l'autre du meme typographe de l'année 1544. Fort rare” - Manca all'Adams e alla British Library. <br> Con lievi aloni ma complessivam. un buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
2018-11-17 08:30:27
Francesco Berni
Florence / Firenze: Giunta. Condition: Very Good. Published 1548, in 19th century full vellum with yapp edges, ruddy morocco spine label, [16], 132, [128], 129-293, [2] pages (last page is a blank), very good copy, pp. 77-82 are suspiciously a little brighter than the rest of the pages, but appear to be letterpress pages on old laid paper, moderate occasional very old brown underlining, with the authors of some of the poems attributed in ink at the top of many pages, pp. 104-116 with what appear to be holograph corrections, but some of the ink has faded, title page with some wear and erasures, recornered at top right. Berni's work, satirical and fluid, inspired many poets, to the point that such work was called Bernesque. A rare edition, 4 copies in OCLC - Oxford, Princeton, an Italian library in Geneva, and Bibliotheque Nationale.
Bookseller: Caliban Books [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-11-10 19:12:04
BOCACE
Etienne Roffet.1548.In-12 en vélin à rabats.360 p.Page de titre avec encadrement fleuri.Planches in-texte.Brunet 1006.Brun 136.Graesse.I.453.. Bonne édition avec reliure postérieure.2 ex-libris.Rares brunissures.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Laurencier [France, Bordeaux]
2018-11-08 00:05:06
Alessandro PICCOLOMINI
In Venetia: For a book that is 470 years old, this book is in VERY GOOD condition. PICCOLOMINI, ALESSANDRO (1508-1578). DE LA SFERA DEL MONDO, LIBRI QUATTRO IN LINGUA TOSCANA... DE LE STELLE FISSE: LIBRO UNO CON LE SUE FIGURE E CON LE SUE TAVOLE... VENICE: [N. DE BASCARINI], 1548. Small 4to., (8 ¼ x 6 ¼ inches). 2 vignette title pages, historiated initials, 47 woodcut celestial maps, numerous in-text diagrams throughout, woodcut tables (some staining Second edition, first published in 1540. A "remarkable exposition of the Ptolemaic-Aristotelian geocentric cosmography, its appendix, 'De le stelle fisse,' represents THE FIRST PRINTED STAR ATLAS, containing maps of the stars as opposed to simple pictures of constellations, and introducing the practice of identifying stars by letter, a method later adopted and expanded by Bayer" (Norman). "De la sfera del mondo" is a discussion of the Ptolemaic cosmography, accompanied by it magnificent celestial atlas of 47 maps, one for each Ptolemaic constellation, with the exception of Equuleus. Unusually the constellations are shown without their corresponding Greek and Roman mythological figures. In each map Piccolomini shows the comparative size of each star, the position of the celestial pole and the direction of daily rotation of the celestial sphere. Map XLVII "La Corona Australe" is the constellation popularly known as the Southern Cross, having been identified by Andrea Corsali in 1515. "In 1501 the Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci (1454-1512) charted what seems to have been Alpha and Beta Centauri and the stars of Crux, but the mo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bflcwbk6 [Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-10-31 06:08:00
JOSEPH Flavius
Froben Basilae 1548 Petit in-folio ( 340 X 230 mm ) de [4]-886-[1]-[16]-[1] pages, veau fauve marbré, dos à nerfs orné de filets noirs, pièce d'auteur de maroquin framboise, pièce de titre de maroquin ébène ( Reliure du XVIIIe, dos refait au XIXe ). Très belle impression de FROBEN dont la marque se trouve sur le titre et sur le dernier feuillet. Nombreuses lettres ornées les bois utilisés pour les plus grandes de ces lettrines utilisées par FROBEN depuis 1515 sont gravés par FABER d'après les dessins de HOLBEIN Le Jeune. Exemplaire réglé, très pur, en bel état. D'autres photos sur www.cazitel.com
Bookseller: Librairie Tiré à Part [France, Marseille]
2018-10-23 17:49:20
Erasmus, Desiderius
London: RARE 1548/49 Vol 1 & 2 Erasmus 'Paraphrase Of The Newe Testament' Bible/Theology RARE 1548/49 Vol 1 & 2 Erasmus 'Paraphrase Of The Newe Testament' Bible/Theology Click images to enlarge Description A VERY RARE OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A TWO VOLUME SET OF THE PARAPHRASE UPON THE NEWE TESTAMENT BY ERASMUS. VERY RARELY SEEN ON THE MARKET ! 'The First Tome Or Volume Of The Paraphrase Of Erasmus Upon The Newe Testamente' By Desiderius Erasmus [?-1536] [Enpriented At London: In Fletestrete At The Signe Of The Sunne By Edwarde Whitchurche, The Last Daie Of Januarie. Anno Domini 1548] Small, thick folio. [11.50'' tall x 7.75'' wide x 3.50'' thick]. ESTC ref 006207175. STC 2854.4. A very nice, crisp & clean copy of the 16th.C. work by Erasmus. Almost impossible to find complete this copy is very close to being complete. Lacking title & prelims A1-B8. Matthew, Mark & John textually complete [Mark lacking final blank leaf only]. Acts lacking 6 leaves. Overall a very good copy, minimal marks, light blemishes or paper repairs. Half a dozen leaves with marginal losses or paper repairs else a very solid and clean, crisp copy. A few water marks/stains. Very hard to find in this condition. TOGETHER WITH: 'The Second Tome Or Volume Of The Paraphrase Of Erasmus Upon The Newe Testament: Conteyning The Epistles Of S.Paul, And Other Apostles. Whereunto Is Added A Paraphrase Upon The Revelation Of S.Iohn. By Desiderius Erasmus [?-1536] [Impriented At London: In Flete-Strete At The Signe Of The Sunne By Edwarde Whitchurche, The XVI Day Of August. Cum Privilegio Ad Imprimendum Solum. Anno Do. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: humber-books [Kingston Upon Hull, United Kingdom]
2018-10-20 20:14:48
Rare édition Original les flammes de Giovambattista GIRALDI CINZIO 1548 Venezia Cette fiche produit a été automatiquement traduite. Si vous avez des questions, n'hésitez pas à nous contacter. LES FLAMMES M. GIOVAM- BATTISTA GIRALDI CINTHIO NOBLE FERRARA. DIVISÉ EN DEUX PARTIES. DANS VINEGIA AU-DESSOUS DE GABRIEL GIOLITO DE ' FERRARI. MDXLVIII. Aimer poème de G.B. Giraldi (1504-1573). Rare édition originale de seizième-siècle, avec grandes lettres initiales gravées dans le texte seul. Lier le post. en plein vélin. Vol. In-8 °, mm. 160 x 105, cc. 87-[1]. Reliure en vélin complet. Titres au verso, une grande marque typographique à la page de titre. Lettrine, finement gravée. Manque les dernière cinq cartes, avec Notes à l'encre et lapis de pages et à la fin, dernière carte avec restaurations. (les photographies font partie intégrante de la description et peuvent montrer parfois fautes non décrits ; quelques défauts minimes jugés négligeables peuvent être omises dans la description ) MOINFO Pil TOUT Doute ou informations s'il vous plaît NOUS ÉCRIRE, le COMMUNIQUER AVEC NOUS À CE QUI SUIT numero : ( + 39) 0697279699 Nous invitons j'ai cher utilisateurs à lu Tout le temps Le DESCRIPTIONS DEGLIIN vente. sJ'ACCEPTE PLUSIEURS MODES DE PAIEMENT . Paiement est exigible dans les 7 jours suivant l'achat (avant de payer avant de recevoir l'objet). Possibilité de paiement différé accord préalable avant l'achat. Les marchandises voyagent aux risques de l'acheteur. Vous pouvez vous assurer La d'expédition avec des frais afférents à convenir. Nous sommes disponibles pour le règle … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes [Roma, IT]
2018-10-12 07:27:28
BOIARDO Matteo Maria
2 tomi in un volume in-4 (mm.219x145), ff.208: ff.154, (1, su due, manca ultimo foglio bianco), carattere corsivo su due colonne per pagina. Ottima legatura moderna in piena pergamena rigida, ornata in oro: doppia bordura a filetti e fregi agli angoli sui piatti, dorso con titolo e ricchi fregi. Impresa tipografica dello Scotto sui titoli delle due parti. Nel testo vi sono 102 belle figure in silografia su un terzo di pagina, nonché gran numero di grandi iniziali figurate. Terza edizione dell'Orlando Innamorato di Boiardo (conte di Scandiano, 1441-1494) rivisto da L. Domenichi, e aumentata dai tre Libri di Nicolo degli Agostini (la prima venne impressa da G.Scotto nel 1545). Fondamentale edizione del più importante romanzo cavalleresco italiano, opera in ottava rima la cui prima parziale edizione (libri I e II) fu di Reggio Emilia 1482-83. Gli studiosi cinquecenteschi ritennero il poema non perfetto nella forma come meritava l'importanza del testo letterario, e quindi circolò nelle ristampe curate e riviste dal Berni e dal Domenichi. La presente è molto rara. Bell'esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-10-09 07:20:28
Trismegisto.
[Torrentino],, In Firenze, 1548. In-8° (cm. 17), legatura del XIX secolo in m. pelle e angoli, titolo e filetti in oro al dorso, piatti marmorizzati; pp. [24] 119 [15] [2bb] in buono stato, con sporadiche fioriture e poche antiche glosse manoscritte; nota di possesso al risguardo del bibliotecario lucchese Leone Del Prete (1858). Edizione originale della prima traduzione italiana dell'opera maggiore di Hermes Trimegistus tratta da quella latina di Marsilio Ficino. «Bella edizione in carattere tondo, e la prima che abbia fatto di libri volgari l'elegante tipografo Lorenzo Torrentino» [Gamba 1515]. Testo cruciale nello sviluppo della cultura magico-esoterica del Rinascimento. «Très rare, superbe édition» [Caillet 5092]. Cfr. anche Bibliotheca Magica 599; mentre Ferguson I, 389 cita solo la seconda edizione del 1549. Esemplare molto buono. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi [Como, Italy]
2018-10-07 07:26:40
Johann STUMPF (1500-1578)
Rara carta geografica dell'Italia orientata con il nord a sinistra tratta dalla "Chronica" dello Stumpf, il primo atlante svizzero, pubblicato a Zurigo nel 1548 da Christoffel Froschover e successivamente ristampato nel 1552. La piccola mappa non presenta margine graduato o scale grafiche. Curiosa è la posizione della città di Brescia posizionata sulle Alpi vicino all'Istria e a nord di Trento lontanissima da Mantova e Bergamo. La carta presenta affinità cartografiche con i modelli del Coppo, Rosselli e Vavassori. Xilografia, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Rara. R. Borri "L'Italia nelle antiche carte..." (2011), scheda 34 (edizione del 1551).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-10-07 02:54:02
APOSTOLI (Pavli)
Antique old book. Please see all the photos. Shipping is with DHL. APOSTOLI (Pavli) Epistolas, Collatio Luxta Eruditorum Sententiam Sancta. Per S Theologiae Doctorem Claudiu Guillaudum Belliocesem. Apud insigne Eduoru Eclesia Praepositu Ecclesiastem. Omnia iudicio Eccleisae Submissa sunto. Ex recognitione autoris. Cump Privilegio regis. Publication Date: 1548 France, Paris. Apud Ioannem Roigny. 416p enc plena pasta española.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracay, VE]
2018-10-03 20:53:19
(BINDINGS - EARLY). MARTIAL D'AUVERGNE OU DE PARIS
Lyon: Sébastien Gryphe, 1546; Paris: Michel de Vascozan, 1548. 181 x 112 mm. (7 1/8 x 4 3/8"). 430 pp., [9] leaves (last blank); 155 leaves.First work edited and with Latin commentary by Benoît le Court; Second work translated from Italian by Jean Martin, secretary to Cardinal Lenoncourt. CONTEMPORARY BLIND-STAMPED CALF, COVERS WITH ESPECIALLY APPEALING ALLEGORICAL ROLL FRAME OF THE ROMAN DEITIES, each shown with the symbol of the astrological sign(s) ruled by their namesake planets, central panel with small three-plume stamp, panel on upper cover with early ink inscription, raised bands, small holes for two ties. Printer's device (Baudrier, Gryphe #6) on final page of first work.First work: Baudrier VIII, 200. Binding roll not in Fogelmark, Goldschmidt, Haebler, or EBDB. A little crackling and a couple of small abrasions to spine leather, tiny cracks at joint ends, extremities a bit rubbed, lower cover with small patch of lost patina from insect activity, hinges slightly open before first and last pages, revealing the bands firmly holding boards in place, a couple of tiny rust spots, but all of these defects minor, and quite clean, crisp, and bright internally, in a lustrous unsophisticated binding with tooling in sharp relief.Two Renaissance treatises on love are offered here in a particularly lovely contemporary binding adorned with classical figures well suited to its humanist content. A prose work by 15th century French poet Martial d'Auvergne (1430-1508), the satirical "51 Decrees of Love" applies laws and judicial procedures to questions of love; in th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
2018-10-02 07:59:40
STEVIN, Simon.
Bibl. Belg. V, p. 232; Bierens de Haan 4590; and 4591; cf. Dijksterhuis, pp. 104-105; Poggendorff 878. First German edition of Simon Stevin's (1548-1620) Van den Driehouck-Handel, originally published in the Wisconstige Gedachtenissen (1605-1608), augmented by the translator, Daniel Schwenter, with axioms on spherical angles by the German mathematician Bartholomeus Pitiscus. The second part consists of tables for sine, tangent and secants by Johann Praetorius. Stevin's writings are respected for their versatility, their ability to combine theory and practice, and the clarity of his argument. Name stamp on endpaper; slightly waterstained; a few wormholes. Good copy, with armorial bookplate.
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2018-09-30 07:41:53
Berni, Francesco
Florence / Firenze: Giunta, 1548.
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2018-09-23 08:11:24
CRUZ, Gaspar da.
Cordier, Sinica, col. 2063; Lach, Asia and the making of Europe I, p. 330 & 748; Porbase (5 copies, incl. 1 incomplete); R. Loureiro, " in: Christian-Muslim relations: a bibliographical history VI, pp. 369-375; USTC 346100 (5 copies); WorldCat (3 copies); cf. Boxer, South China in the sixteenth century. Very rare first edition of "the first European book devoted exclusively to China" (Lach). A highly important work, the first printed book published in the West on the subject, serving as the primary source on China for European authors and their readers -- most of whom never set foot in the East -- for many decades following its publication. Including an account of a chronicle of the kings of Hormuz, based on a Persian or Arabic manuscript now lost, and thus "an irreplaceable source for the early history of the kingdom of Hormuz" (Loureiro), and a chapter on the Chinese Islamic communities in China.In 1548 Gaspar da Cruz, along with ten fellow Dominican friars, departed for Portuguese India with the purpose of establishing a mission in the East. Cruz visited Goa, Chaul, Kochi, and Portuguese Ceylon. In 1554 Cruz was in Malacca and then left for Cambodia in a (failed) attempt to found a mission there. In 1556 he was in Canton bay on the island of Lampacao and later went to Canton itself to preach. Cruz left China in 1560, sailed to Hormuz and stayed there for three years. In 1565 he sailed back to Goa and returned home to Lisbon in the next year. His Tractado provides a highly unusual and remarkable eyewitness account of Ming China, including many details never before publish … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-09-22 08:46:20
CRUZ, Gaspar da.
Cordier, Sinica, col. 2063; Lach, Asia and the making of Europe I, p. 330 & 748; Porbase (5 copies, incl. 1 incomplete); R. Loureiro, " in: Christian-Muslim relations: a bibliographical history VI, pp. 369-375; USTC 346100 (5 copies); WorldCat (3 copies); cf. Boxer, South China in the sixteenth century. Very rare first edition of "the first European book devoted exclusively to China" (Lach). A highly important work, the first printed book published in the West on the subject, serving as the primary source on China for European authors and their readers -- most of whom never set foot in the East -- for many decades following its publication. Including an account of a chronicle of the kings of Hormuz, based on a Persian or Arabic manuscript now lost, and thus "an irreplaceable source for the early history of the kingdom of Hormuz" (Loureiro), and a chapter on the Chinese Islamic communities in China.In 1548 Gaspar da Cruz, along with ten fellow Dominican friars, departed for Portuguese India with the purpose of establishing a mission in the East. Cruz visited Goa, Chaul, Kochi, and Portuguese Ceylon. In 1554 Cruz was in Malacca and then left for Cambodia in a (failed) attempt to found a mission there. In 1556 he was in Canton bay on the island of Lampacao and later went to Canton itself to preach. Cruz left China in 1560, sailed to Hormuz and stayed there for three years. In 1565 he sailed back to Goa and returned home to Lisbon in the next year. His Tractado provides a highly unusual and remarkable eyewitness account of Ming China, including many details never before publish … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-09-22 07:05:32
CRUZ, Gaspar da.
Cordier, Sinica, col. 2063; Lach, Asia and the making of Europe I, p. 330 & 748; Porbase (5 copies, incl. 1 incomplete); R. Loureiro, " in: Christian-Muslim relations: a bibliographical history VI, pp. 369-375; USTC 346100 (5 copies); WorldCat (3 copies); cf. Boxer, South China in the sixteenth century. Very rare first edition of "the first European book devoted exclusively to China" (Lach). A highly important work, the first printed book published in the West on the subject, serving as the primary source on China for European authors and their readers -- most of whom never set foot in the East -- for many decades following its publication. Including an account of a chronicle of the kings of Hormuz, based on a Persian or Arabic manuscript now lost, and thus "an irreplaceable source for the early history of the kingdom of Hormuz" (Loureiro), and a chapter on the Chinese Islamic communities in China.In 1548 Gaspar da Cruz, along with ten fellow Dominican friars, departed for Portuguese India with the purpose of establishing a mission in the East. Cruz visited Goa, Chaul, Kochi, and Portuguese Ceylon. In 1554 Cruz was in Malacca and then left for Cambodia in a (failed) attempt to found a mission there. In 1556 he was in Canton bay on the island of Lampacao and later went to Canton itself to preach. Cruz left China in 1560, sailed to Hormuz and stayed there for three years. In 1565 he sailed back to Goa and returned home to Lisbon in the next year. His Tractado provides a highly unusual and remarkable eyewitness account of Ming China, including many details never before publish … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-09-21 15:40:32
STEVIN, Simon.
, . . Bibl. Belg. V, p. 232; Bierens de Haan 4590; and 4591; cf. Dijksterhuis, pp. 104-105; Poggendorff 878. First German edition of Simon Stevin's (1548-1620) Van den Driehouck-Handel, originally published in the Wisconstige Gedachtenissen (1605-1608), augmented by the translator, Daniel Schwenter, with axioms on spherical angles by the German mathematician Bartholomeus Pitiscus. The second part consists of tables for sine, tangent and secants by Johann Praetorius. Stevin's writings are respected for their versatility, their ability to combine theory and practice, and the clarity of his argument. Name stamp on endpaper; slightly waterstained; a few wormholes. Good copy, with armorial bookplate.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-09-20 12:00:44
Berni, Francesco
Florence / Firenze: Giunta, 1548. Hardcover. Very Good. Published 1548, in 19th century full vellum with yapp edges, ruddy morocco spine label, [16], 132, [128], 129-293, [2] pages (last page is a blank), very good copy, pp. 77-82 are suspiciously a little brighter than the rest of the pages, but appear to be letterpress pages on old laid paper, moderate occasional very old brown underlining, with the authors of some of the poems attributed in ink at the top of many pages, pp. 104-116 with what appear to be holograph corrections, but some of the ink has faded, title page with some wear and erasures, recornered at top right. Berni's work, satirical and fluid, inspired many poets, to the point that such work was called Bernesque. A rare edition, 4 copies in OCLC - Oxford, Princeton, an Italian library in Geneva, and Bibliotheque Nationale.
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2018-09-20 12:00:31
Berni, Francesco
Florence / Firenze: Giunta, 1548. Hardcover. Very Good. Published 1548, in 19th century full vellum with yapp edges, ruddy morocco spine label, [16], 132, [128], 129-293, [2] pages (last page is a blank), very good copy, pp. 77-82 are suspiciously a little brighter than the rest of the pages, but appear to be letterpress pages on old laid paper, moderate occasional very old brown underlining, with the authors of some of the poems attributed in ink at the top of many pages, pp. 104-116 with what appear to be holograph corrections, but some of the ink has faded, title page with some wear and erasures, recornered at top right. Berni's work, satirical and fluid, inspired many poets, to the point that such work was called Bernesque. A rare edition, 4 copies in OCLC - Oxford, Princeton, an Italian library in Geneva, and Bibliotheque Nationale.
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2018-09-20 12:00:18
Berni, Francesco
Florence / Firenze: Giunta, 1548. Hardcover. Very Good. Published 1548, in 19th century full vellum with yapp edges, ruddy morocco spine label, [16], 132, [128], 129-293, [2] pages (last page is a blank), very good copy, pp. 77-82 are suspiciously a little brighter than the rest of the pages, but appear to be letterpress pages on old laid paper, moderate occasional very old brown underlining, with the authors of some of the poems attributed in ink at the top of many pages, pp. 104-116 with what appear to be holograph corrections, but some of the ink has faded, title page with some wear and erasures, recornered at top right. Berni's work, satirical and fluid, inspired many poets, to the point that such work was called Bernesque. A rare edition, 4 copies in OCLC - Oxford, Princeton, an Italian library in Geneva, and Bibliotheque Nationale.
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2018-09-20 11:58:14
Berni, Francesco
Florence / Firenze: Giunta, 1548. Hardcover. Very Good. Published 1548, in 19th century full vellum with yapp edges, ruddy morocco spine label, [16], 132, [128], 129-293, [2] pages (last page is a blank), very good copy, pp. 77-82 are suspiciously a little brighter than the rest of the pages, but appear to be letterpress pages on old laid paper, moderate occasional very old brown underlining, with the authors of some of the poems attributed in ink at the top of many pages, pp. 104-116 with what appear to be holograph corrections, but some of the ink has faded, title page with some wear and erasures, recornered at top right. Berni's work, satirical and fluid, inspired many poets, to the point that such work was called Bernesque. A rare edition, 4 copies in OCLC - Oxford, Princeton, an Italian library in Geneva, and Bibliotheque Nationale.
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2018-09-20 11:58:01
Berni, Francesco
Florence / Firenze: Giunta, 1548. Hardcover. Very Good. Published 1548, in 19th century full vellum with yapp edges, ruddy morocco spine label, [16], 132, [128], 129-293, [2] pages (last page is a blank), very good copy, pp. 77-82 are suspiciously a little brighter than the rest of the pages, but appear to be letterpress pages on old laid paper, moderate occasional very old brown underlining, with the authors of some of the poems attributed in ink at the top of many pages, pp. 104-116 with what appear to be holograph corrections, but some of the ink has faded, title page with some wear and erasures, recornered at top right. Berni's work, satirical and fluid, inspired many poets, to the point that such work was called Bernesque. A rare edition, 4 copies in OCLC - Oxford, Princeton, an Italian library in Geneva, and Bibliotheque Nationale.
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2018-09-20 11:57:48
Berni, Francesco
Florence / Firenze: Giunta, 1548. Hardcover. Very Good. Published 1548, in 19th century full vellum with yapp edges, ruddy morocco spine label, [16], 132, [128], 129-293, [2] pages (last page is a blank), very good copy, pp. 77-82 are suspiciously a little brighter than the rest of the pages, but appear to be letterpress pages on old laid paper, moderate occasional very old brown underlining, with the authors of some of the poems attributed in ink at the top of many pages, pp. 104-116 with what appear to be holograph corrections, but some of the ink has faded, title page with some wear and erasures, recornered at top right. Berni's work, satirical and fluid, inspired many poets, to the point that such work was called Bernesque. A rare edition, 4 copies in OCLC - Oxford, Princeton, an Italian library in Geneva, and Bibliotheque Nationale.
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2018-08-25 15:15:33
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius (after 83 - ca 168 AD).
Venice: Niccol� Bascarini for Giovanni Battista Pederzano, 1548 [colophon dated October 1547]. Venice: Niccolò Bascarini for Giovanni Battista Pederzano, 1548 [colophon dated October 1547]. PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius (after 83 - ca 168 AD). La Geografia. Commentaries by Sebastian Münster, translated by Pietro Andrea Mattioli. Venice: Niccolò Bascarini for Giovanni Battista Pederzano, 1548 [colophon dated October 1547]. 8vo., (6 6/8 x 4 2/8 inches). Decorative woodcut side-borders to title-page, fine woodcut portrait of Ptolemy observing the heavens, 60 fine double-page copper-engraved maps by Giacomo Gastaldi, including 2 world maps (Shirley 87 and 88), embellished with sea-monsters, mermaids, ships, wild and unusual animals such as elephants and leopards etc., descriptive letterpress text and map numbers on rectos and versos of maps, woodcut illustrations and diagrams throughout, initials, and Pederzano's large woodcut device on colophon leaf 2D7r and verso of final leaf [Vaccaro Marche p.318, fig. 427]. With blank 2D8 (lacking the four leaves of index in the first signature, the first three leaves including title and blank tipped-in, two ownership inscriptions excised from title the whole backed with laid paper, resulting in minor gum stains to woodcut portrait of Ptolemy on proximate leaf, browning to sig. A, tear to top edge D7-E2, loss at lower corner of Y8, mild foxing and dampstaining throughout; maps with old restoration, some with later additions in pencil, centerfolds of many maps strengthened and restored, worming at upper gutter of no. 16-17 and 19-23 affecting maps, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-08-24 01:29:43
ALCIATI ANDREA.
Gulielmum Rovillium sub scuto Veneto, 1548. 2 tomi in 1 vol., in 16° cart. muta no coeva, Pp. 164 + cc. nn. 2 + 126 emblemi, ognuno dei quali è rappresentato da una inc. accompagnata da una breve poesia + 70 emblemi esposti solo con la poesia . Il secondo vol. non è altro che la traduzione in italiano del primo, del 1549. Lione. Per Masseo Buonhomo. Pp. 142 con 132 Emblemi accompagnati da inc. Alcuni emblemi in latino non hanno traduzione in italiano mentre alcuni di quelli in italiano presentano le inc. che mancano nel testo latino. Front. figurati. Tutte le pp. del vol. sono riccamente ornate. Rifilato. Il primo front. è mancante dello spigolo sup. sinistro su cui era presente la lettera "E" (inizio della parola Emblemata). Raro.
Bookseller: Libreria Cicerone M.T. [IT]
2018-08-23 13:00:15
PLINIUS Secundus Gaius
Alessandro Brucioli, Venezia. In-4 (205 x 140 mm.). pp. (40), 1068 (numerate romanamente), legatura in piena pergamena con unghie (sguardie rinnovate). Ex libris allegorico di privato possessore applicato al contropiatto; altro ex libris manuale sbiadito al frontespizio. Capilettera abitati, alcuni a fondo nero. Dedica del Brucioli a Leone Strozzi (questo primo quaderno si presenta più corto di tre millimetri). Bell'esemplare, pulito e marginoso per il resto. Prima edizione della volgarizzazione del Brucioli, che già nel 1543 aveva "corretto con somma diligentia" e poi mandato alle stampe il volgarizzamento landiniano. Come è noto, l'estrema rarità di questa edizione proviene dall'interdetto che i fratelli Alessandro e Francesco Brucioli, tipografi, patirono nel 1548 per la taccia di simpatie protestanti, con conseguente accusa di eresia e chiusura dell'impresa tipografica. L'intera opera del Brucioli venne posta definitivamente all'indice con decreto dell'Offizio del 1554. Bibliografia: STC, 1527. Adams P-1592. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2018-08-22 11:11:08
STEVIN, Simon.
Bierens de Haan 4584; Sarton, "Simon Stevin of Bruges (1548-1620)" in: Isis XXI, No. 2 (1934), pp. 267-268; Devreese & Vanden Berghe, "Magic is no magic" the wonderful world of Simon Stevin, passim; Dijksterhuis, Simon Stevin XIII; for Stevin: DSB XIII, pp. 47-51. First edition of the collected mathematical works (in French) of the renowned Dutch mathematician and engineer Simon Stevin. It was Stevin's most widely distributed publication and instrumental in propagating his ideas outside the Netherlands. They are here corrected, partly translated, enlarged and commented upon by Albert Girard (1595-1632), who was a notable mathematician himself. "A very convenient edition of Stevin's works, and probably the one which is used by most scholars" (Sarton).The work is divided into six parts, the first containing Stevin's educational work l'Arithmétique, the second three of his works on cosmography, geography and astronomy (translations of Driehouchandel, Eertclootschrift and Hemelloop), the third a translation of his Meetdaet on geometry, the fourth a translation of Weeghconst on weights, hydrostatics, etc., the fifth a translation of Deursichtighe on optics and perspective, and the sixth his treatises on fortification.With owner's inscription on flyleaf. Some wormholes in the outer margins of the first few quires and a stain in the lower margins of the first part and in the top margins of the second half, otherwise still good. Most sewing supports broken, but the binding is still good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-08-22 02:02:03
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius (after 83 - ca 168 AD).
Venice: Niccol� Bascarini for Giovanni Battista Pederzano, 1548 [colophon dated October 1547]. Venice: Niccolò Bascarini for Giovanni Battista Pederzano, 1548 [colophon dated October 1547]. 8vo (6-4/8 x 4-2/8 inches). Decorative woodcut side-borders to title-page, fine woodcut portrait of Ptolemy observing the heavens, 60 fine double-page copper-engraved maps by Giacomo Gastaldi, including 2 world maps (Shirley 87 and 88), embellished with sea-monsters, mermaids, ships, wild and unusual animals such as elephants and leopards etc., descriptive letterpress text and map numbers on rectos and versos of maps, woodcut illustrations and diagrams throughout, initials, and Pederzano's large woodcut device on colophon leaf 2D7r and verso of final leaf [Vaccaro Marche p.318, fig. 427]. With blank 2D8 (some occasional marginal soiling and spotting). Fine modern vellum over paste-boards, yapp fore-edges and green morocco lettering-piece on the spine by F.L. Wood. Provenance: Sir Leicester Harmsworth, his sale Sotheby's 9th of June 1952, lot 9239; anonymous sale Sotheby's 18th July 1961, lot 531; bought by Charles W. Traylen, Guildford, Surrey, for Christopher Henry Beaumont Pease, Lord Wardington (1924-2005), Library of Important Atlases and Geographies, with his bookplate on the rear paste-down. "THE VERY FIRST ATLAS OF THE NEW WORLD" (Nordenskiold). First edition in Italian of Ptolemy's Geographia, a compilation of what was known about the world's geography in the Roman Empire during his time (ca. 90-168 AD). The earliest known manuscripts of Ptolemy's Geographia date to about 1300. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-08-12 17:12:52
SALAZAR, Pedro de
Con privilegio en Napoles, al fin: Juan Pablo Suganappo, 1548. Folio (27 x 20,5 cm.) 4 h. inc. port., con gran escudo con el águila imperial grabado en madera al centro, 96 h. fol. Plena piel del XVIII, lomo con nervios, hierros dorados, y tejuelo. sala gue de al. Impresión en caracteres góticos, excepto portada en redonda, a dos columnas. Primera edición, rara. Existen dos variantes distintas, una en la que en portada dice “che” (como ésta, y otra en la que aparece corregido ya como “que”. Gran testimonio cronístico de las campañas militares de Carlos en Alemania contra sus opositores de la Liga Esmalcalda, que acabarían con la victoria de las tropas de los Habsburgo en la batalla de Mühlberg en 1547. Ejemplar en su estado original, con algunas manchas, portada reforzada, sin afectar texto. Palau, 286706; Salvá, 316. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2018-07-27 15:11:54
Symeoni Gabriello
Venezia Comino da Trino di Monferrato 1548 8° Pagine 2 carte bianche + 113 nemerate al solo verso + 28 non numerate + collophon + marca incisa in legno raffigurante due putti che sollevano una chiesa. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena. Piccola mancanza al dorso. Titolo manoscritto al dorso. Ritratto dell'autore inciso in legno al fontespizio. Tagli spruzzati. 3 alberi genealogici incisi fuori testo. Ottima e fresca copia. Rara seconda edizione. Gabriello Simeóni fu un poligrafo, nato a Firenze nel 1509 e morto forse a Torino dopo il 1572. Fu alla corte di Francesco I (1528) e di Cosimo de' Medici (1538). Si recò a varie riprese in Francia e v'introdusse l'erudizione antiquaria. Dal 1560 visse a Torino.
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Segni nel Tempo [IT]
2018-07-25 22:32:18
Flores, Juan de (Fiore, Giovanni di)
appresso Gabriel Giolito de'Ferrari, Vinegia (Venezia), 1548. 12vo, 40 ff. Printer's device on title page and woodcut initial letters, 13 blanks at the beginning and 15 to the end. Some light browning. Bound in old full vellum, with inked title on spine. Very nice and crisp copy. Second edition Giolithina, rare, of the vulgarization of the Historia de Cerisel y Mirabella with the dispute of Torellas y Braçayda (Seville, 1524), work of the diplomat and writer Juan de Flores (Seville, 1470 ca-1525 ca) destined to wide luck in all the course of the Renaissance. The novella, fully inscribed in the genre of the sentimental novel defined and studied by Menéndez y Pelayo, is influenced by Bocconi echoes and was widely used as a source of diegetics by various writers: from Ariosto for the episode of the Orlando of the Furioso, from Lope de Vega for La ley ejecutada, from John Fletcher for Women pleas'd and from Scudéry for Le prince déguisé. Bongi, I, 212: Rare edition no less than the other of 1543, hence it differs in that the dedicatory of the translator has been omitted.n Grisel and Mirabella, third-person narration is combined with debates that sustain the thematic structure and provide different points of view. The fate of the two lovers of the love fable depends on the result of a dialectical and public debate maintained by representatives of each sex. Mirabella, the only daughter of the King of Scotland, falls in love with her beauty to the knights of the kingdom, who die in the duels they elicit in order to obtain the love of the princess. The King, in fear of losing honor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Chaco 4ever Books [CABA, CABA, Argentina]
2018-07-24 06:29:05
STEVIN, Simon.
Bierens de Haan 4584; Sarton, "Simon Stevin of Bruges (1548-1620)" in: Isis XXI, No. 2 (1934), pp. 267-268; Devreese & Vanden Berghe, "Magic is no magic" the wonderful world of Simon Stevin, passim; Dijksterhuis, Simon Stevin XIII; for Stevin: DSB XIII, pp. 47-51. First edition of the collected mathematical works (in French) of the renowned Dutch mathematician and engineer Simon Stevin. It was Stevin's most widely distributed publication and instrumental in propagating his ideas outside the Netherlands. They are here corrected, partly translated, enlarged and commented upon by Albert Girard (1595-1632), who was a notable mathematician himself. "A very convenient edition of Stevin's works, and probably the one which is used by most scholars" (Sarton).The work is divided into six parts, the first containing Stevin's educational work l'Arithmétique, the second three of his works on cosmography, geography and astronomy (translations of Driehouchandel, Eertclootschrift and Hemelloop), the third a translation of his Meetdaet on geometry, the fourth a translation of Weeghconst on weights, hydrostatics, etc., the fifth a translation of Deursichtighe on optics and perspective, and the sixth his treatises on fortification.With owner's inscription on flyleaf. Some wormholes in the outer margins of the first few quires and a stain in the lower margins of the first part and in the top margins of the second half, otherwise still good. Most sewing supports broken, but the binding is still good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-07-21 16:44:34
Erasmus
London: 1548.
Bookseller: humber-books [Kingston Upon Hull, GB]
2018-07-18 16:06:38
Hippocrates
Venice: Heironymum Scotum, 1548. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks [Spencerport, New York, US]
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