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2017-11-18 08:17:40
MEIGRET, Louis. LE TRETTE DE LA GRAMMERE FRANCOEZE. Suivi de : LA REPONSE DE LOUIS MEIGRET A L'APOLOJIE DE JAQES PELLETIER. Suivi de : DEFENSES DE LOUIS MEIGRET TOUCHANT SON ORTHOGRAPHIE FRANÇOEZE, contre les censures e calônies de Glaumalis du Vezelet, e de ses adherans. Paris, Chrétien Wechel, 1550. 3 ouvrages en 1 volume in-4 de 144 ff. ; 10 ff. ; (18 ff.). Vélin souple à recouvrement, dos lisse, restes de liens de cuir. Reliure de l'époque. 232 x 157 mm. EDITION ORIGINALE EXTREMEMENT RARE DE LA PREMIERE GRAMMAIRE DE LA LANGUE FRANÇAISE, « rédigée en français » par Louis Meigret ; cette œuvre « étant de ces grands textes qui ne laissent pas indifférent » (Cendrine Pagani-Naudet). Louis Meigret (vers 1510-1558) était un grammairien lyonnais et un réformateur de la langue française. Charles-Louis Livet, dans son livre La Grammaire française et les grammairiens du XVIè siècle, 1859, disait de lui qu'il était « le père de la grammaire française » et non Dubois ou Henri Estienne. Il était le premier à penser qu'il fallait offrir à l'usage populaire des traités composés en français et mettre ainsi « la science au service du vulgaire ». L'ouvrage est divisé en 11 parties : l'abondance en voix de la langue françoise (voyelles, consonnes, syllabes, diction, langage, articles) - les noms - les pronoms - les verbes - la préposition - les adverbes - les conjonctions l'intersection - les accents ou tons des syllabes et les dictions - les poins d'amiracion, d'interrogation et l'apostrophe - les poins de soupir, de semi-poze le point final et la parenthèse. Dans la partie consacrée aux … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Amélie Sourget [France, Paris]
2017-11-18 06:39:59
Munster Sebastiano; C. S.
Silografia di mm. 247 x 386. Carta vergata. Edizione tedesca. Foglio in ottimo stato di conservazione. Marginalmente lungo il lato superiore, al di fuori del legno ed in caratteri romani, i numeri di pagina clxxxviii, clxxxix, il titolo:"Contrafehtung der furnemen statt Venedig sampt den umbligenden inseln". Nella pianta diversi nomi in latino ed italiano (in tedesco Teutsch-haus: Fondaco dei Tedeschi). In basso a sinistra il monogramma C. S. con sottostante il cavallo. A destra del monogramma due grandi riquadri con inserite due brevi descrizioni della città in caratteri tipografici tedeschi. "Die Statt Venedig hat 62 pfarkirchen und 41 closter. Sie hat so vil canalen/ oder wasser fluss als sie gassen hat. Es seind darin 400 offentlischer brucken und /steg on die besundere gezelt.Item schiff so man zu allen hantierungen brauchen/ mag findt do bey 8000. Im werckhaus Arsenal genant das mit einer mau/ren umbfangen ist seind stets 400 meister und gesellen dieon underlass grosse /morschiff bereiten undmachen. In der inseln Murano macht man die hubschen/ Venediger undcrystalliner glasser, die man haraus und in alle lender bringt./Es begreifft umsich die stadtt Venedig acht welcher eilen. Und wie wol sie gar-/im more light, ist siedoch beschirmrt vonn demongestimen more durchein naturlich/ gestad so sich umb die statt umbherzencht gleich als ein onberwegliche mauer,das/ dem more demsturm nimpt das es die statt niuberfallen mag. An funft ortern hat es / breite lucken, dardurch man faren mag besunder bey den zweien Castellen zu Latin/ Duo propugnacula genant und bey der bischiffich … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana [IT]
2017-11-18 06:00:36
Coimbra, Excudebant Ioannes Barrerius, & Ioannes Aluarus [i.e., João de Barreira and João Álvares], 1550.. FIRST and ONLY EDITION. 4°, late nineteenth-century or early twentieth-century half vellum over marbled boards (some soiling to vellum). Three small typographical vignettes on title page. Woodcut initial. Dedication in italic type. Occasional lines of text in Greek. Clean and crisp (but very light toning), with ample margins. In fine condition. Printed ticket of the Antiquarian bookseller José Rodrigues Pires, R. 4 de Infantaria, 34-1º Dto., Lisboa, with the manuscript price of sixty thousand Portuguese Escudos, on front pastedown endleaf. Penciled note on front pastedown endleaf: "Este exemplar perteneceu a // Guilherme J.C. Henriques // (Da Carnata) [illegible signature]." [20 ll.], signed A-B8, C4. *** FIRST and ONLY[?] EDITION of this early example of a humanistic oration in Latin recited at Coimbra University as a command performance before D. João III of Portugal. It is sprinkled with quotes from the classics, both in Latin and Greek. A neo-Latin poem appears on the verso of the title page. Fernandes, a skilled orator, goes through the subjects of the curriculum with a humanist’s emphasis on their interrelationships: astrology, music, arithmetic, geometry, grammar, poetry, history, dialectics, medicine, jurisprudence, and theology. He exhorts the students at the University of Coimbra to focus on their studies in the coming year. Pedro Fernandes was a native of Lisbon and page at the court of D. João III, where his father served the king's sister, the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old & Rare Books [US]
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2017-11-17 13:27:35
Antique Master Print, untitled. Architectural frame with three coats of arms. The lower two shields are sided by unicorns, and a unicorn is featured on the lower right shield. The crowned eagle from the upper shield is repeated above it. Etching on hand laid paper. Watermark: A fish crowned with a lily. Description: From the set architectural designs "Architectura und Austheilung.", which contains 12 grotesque plates and 2 portraits. State: Second state of 2. Ref: Hollstein 17. Nice impression with large margins.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Wendel Dietterlin the Elder' after own design. Wendel Dietterlin / Dieterlin the Elder, also called Wendel or Wendling-Grapp (1550-1599) was an Austrian painter, architect and etcher from Pallendorf. He was active in Strasburg and Stuttgart. Condition: Very good, given age. Large margins. A wormhole in the lower right margin corner. Marign edges a little soiled and with small stains. A small stain in the lower edge of the image. Left margin a little uneven, from binding (with a small strip of reinforcement on the rear). General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCLA-A5-39 The overall size is ca. 12.6 x 9.3 inch. The image size is ca. 9.9 x 7.2 inch. The overall size is ca. 32 x 23.5 cm. The image size is ca. 25.2 x 18.4 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-16 06:34:05
MUNSTER, Sebastian.
1550 - Basle, c.1550, German edition. Woodcut, image size 270 x 330mm. Decorative bird's-eye view of Parma, within a decorative border.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps
2017-11-15 17:24:48
Belg. Typ. 4036; KVK & WorldCat (1 copy); Picarta (same copy); UniCat (1 copy); not in Adams; Bibl. Belg.; Bohatta, Livres d'heures; Lacombe, Livres d'heures; Machiels. Extremely rare first and only edition (third copy located) of a Dutch-language book of hours, printed by Anthonis Marie de Bergaigne, or Bergagne, in Louvain, who received permission to print it on 10 November 1550 and completed it on 5 March 1551. He was active until about 1562, mainly publishing religious works. The present book contains meditations on the canonical hours of the day. Monday morning starts with a meditation on the Creation, and the work finishes on Sunday night, contemplating Jesus's death. It is set in four sizes of textura type.With the final leaf G4 lacking, but apparently blank (the colophon appears at the foot of G3v). The foot of the title-page has been restored with the loss of a few words in the imprint. Otherwise in good condition, with the title-page somewhat dirty and quires B and C slightly browned.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Netherlands]
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2017-11-12 20:11:44
Sebastian MUNSTER
Basilea, 1550. Veduta dell'odierna chittà di Cheb con il fiume Ohre, nel cuore della Boemia. Dalla Cosmographia di Munster, edizione tedesca. La "Cosmographiae Universalis" di Sebastian Münster (1488-1552), stampata per la prima volta Basilea nel 1544 da Heinrich Petri, è più volte aggiornata e aumentata di nuove carte georgafiche e rappresentazioni urbane nelle sue numerose edizioni che arrivano all’inizio del secolo successivo. Xilografia, bellissima coloritura a mano, in ottime condizioni. From Cosmographia. Double-page woodcut view of the Bohemian city of Eger, present-day Cheb. The view shows the city on the banks of the Ohre River, surrounded by protective walls, and dominated by the twin spires of the gothic church of St. Nicolas. Above the view is the coat of arms of Eger. Early decorative birdseye view of the Bohemian City of Eger from the 1German edition of Munster's Cosmography one of the most influential georgaphical works of the 16th Century. The "Cosmographiae Universalis" by Sebastian Münster (1488-1552), printed for the first time in 1544 by Heinrich Petri, has been updated and increased for several times with new geographic maps and city views in its many editions which extends until the beginning of the following century. 340 230mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-11-12 20:11:44
Bayern / Schwaben / Nördlingen
Basel 1550 (ca.). Frühe Karte von Schwaben zwischen Donau und Jagst, sowie Altmühl und Brenz, mit Nördlingen im Zentrum. - Im weissen Rand etwas rissig und gebräunt; Bildteil sauber und gut erhalten Altkolorierter Holzschnitt von Sebastian Münster aus Cosmographia
Bookseller: Buch & Kunst Antiquariat Flotow GmbH [Ottobrunn, Germany]
2017-11-12 20:11:44
Rheinland-Pfalz / Landau in der Pfalz
Basel 1550 (ca.). Frühe Ansicht von Landau in der Pfalz (17 x 38 cm), darunter Textteil über Landau, mit Holzschnittansicht (6,6 x 7,6 cm) eines Winzers mit Weinpresse. - Leicht gebräunt, sonst gut erhalten Holzschnitt von Sebastian Münster aus Cosmographia
Bookseller: Buch & Kunst Antiquariat Flotow GmbH [Ottobrunn, Germany]
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2017-11-12 20:11:44
Basilea, 1550. Silografia, dipinta a mano, mm 155x355 (l'immagine), su foglio (con testo) mm 360x440 raffigurante una fascinosa veduta della citt? svizzera. Nella parte inferiore del foglio c'Ë il testo in tedesco relativo alla citt? L'incisione Ë tratta dalla versione tedesca di "Cosmographia universalis", una delle prime descrizioni del mondo intero e la pi? importante opera geografica tedesca dopo la Cronaca di Norimberga del 1493. Buon esemplare con minime tracce di sporco superficiale.Woodcut, colored, mm 155x355 (engraving), mm 360x440 (sheet) featuring a nice view of the swiss town. From a german edition of "Cosmographia universalis" one of the most important geographical description of the XVI century after the Nuremberg Chronicle. Good condition. vedutistica.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2017-11-12 20:11:44
Basilea 1550 - Silografia, dipinta a mano, mm 305x360 raffigurante una fascinosa carta geografica della Slesia. L'incisione Ë tratta dalla versione tedesca di "Cosmographia universalis", una delle prime descrizioni del mondo intero e la pi? importante opera geografica tedesca dopo la Cronaca di Norimberga del 1493. Buon esemplare con minime tracce di sporco superficiale.Woodcut, colored, mm 305x360, illustrating Slesia. From a german edition of "Cosmographia universalis" one of the most important geographical description of the XVI century after the Nuremberg Chronicle. Good condition. cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini
2017-11-12 20:11:44
ohne Angabe, um 1550. - Kupferstich, wahrscheinlich Sebastian Münster, Cosmographia (?), Gesamtansicht der Stadt Meissen mit Wappen, Siegel und Beschreibung, Passepartout 54 x 46,8 cm, Ausschnitt 40,9 x 30,9 cm, oben jeweils seitlich und unten rechts leichte Feuchtigkeitsspuren, im oberen Teil einige wenige bräunliche Fleckchen, original Mittelfalz, für das Alter hervorragend erhalten, in Folie Gross Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1001
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2017-11-12 20:11:44
- Original engraving, titled: 'Beyde Staett Genff gross und klein mit einer Brucken zusammen gehenckt'. ('Both cities Geneva, large and small, brought together with a bridge'), a bird's eye view of of Geneva with its surroundings. On the rear a small woodcut map of France. Original woodcut on a verge type hand laid paper. Description: From one of the numerous editions of Sebastian Munster's 'Cosmographia', published from 1544 onward.Artists and Engravers: Sebastian Munster (1488 - 1552) was a German cartographer, cosmographer, and a Christian Hebraist scholar. His work, the Cosmographia from 1544, was the earliest German description of the world. It was issued in nearly 40 editions and 6 languages. M�nster was the first cartographer publishing each known continent on a separate map. His second important work was the 'Geographia', a new edition of Ptolemy's Geographia. Condition: Excellent, given age. Original middle fold, as issued. A small faint stain in the image. Ghosting from text on rear. Storage location: A77-07 The overall size is ca. 15 x 11.4 inch. The image size is ca. 14 x 6.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 38 x 29 cm. The image size is ca. 35.5 x 15.5 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
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2017-11-12 20:11:44
- Altkol. Holzschnitt aus Sebastian Münster, Cosmographia, n. 1550, 22 x 36 cm Deutsche Ausgabe mit breitem Textband unter der Darstellung. Fauser 13393. ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**
Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Goyert
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2017-11-12 20:11:44
Sebastian MUENSTER
Basilea 1550 - Tratta dalla Cosmographia di Munster, edizione tedesca. Xilografia, bellissima coloritura a mano, in ottime condizioni. Taken from Cosmographia by Munster, German edition. Woodcut, beautiful coloring by hand, in very good condition. Dimensioni 350 260mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-11-12 20:11:44
S.l, s.n, s.a [Sebastian Munster, Basilea, ca 1550] - Grabado xilográfico, 30x38 cm, papel tostado; GALERÍAS EN VARIOS PUNTOS, AFECTANDO. Cartela explicativa. Perteneciente a una de las ediciones renacentistas de la Cosmographia de Ptolomeo
2017-11-11 23:14:42
Sebastian MUENSTER
Basilea 1550 - Esemplare pubblicato nella "‘Cosmographia oder beschreibung Aller Lander.", edita a Basilea nel 1588. Per la realizzazione di questa mappa, Munster si basò su quelle di Mercator e Ziegler, arricchendola con numerose vignette. L’orientazione insolita della mappa vede l’Ovest in alto con la linea costiera che corre da sud-ovest a nord-est. la zona litoranea, è notevolmente accurata per il periodo, e va da Sidone e la terra dei Fenici nel nord, a Gaza nel sud. Gli ultimi nove accampamenti degli israeliti erranti durante l'esodo sono mostrati insieme con le divisioni tribali. Il cartiglio contiene un indice delle località che appaiono sulla mappa, con ogni voce in grassetto seguito dal corsivo per i nomi alternativi con cui il sito era conosciuto. Xilografia, finemente colorata a mano, in ottime condizioni. Published in ‘Cosmographia oder beschreibung Aller Lander.’, Basle 1588. Munster based this map of the Holy Land on maps by Mercator and Ziegler and filled it with numerous woodcut vignettes. The unusual orientation of the map places west at the top with the coastline running southwest to northeast. The shoreline is remarkably accurate for the period, covering from Sidon and the land of the Phoenicians in the north, to Gaza in the south. The last nine encampments of the wandering Israelites during the Exodus are shown along with the tribal divisions. The cartouche contains an index of place names that appear on the map with each boldfaced entry followed in italics by the alternative names by which the site was known. Woodcut, with fine … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-11-08 17:05:56
Lugduni, apud Balthazarem Arnolletum, 1550. - Petit in-8. 16pp. 235pp. Plein veau moucheté, filet doré encadrant les plats, dos à nerfs orné (charnières un peu fendues). Edition Originale. Charmant volume réunissant sous un format portatif les notices biographiques des empereurs romains et leur portrait gravé sur bois d'après les médailles. Petit accroc à un feuillet avec perte de quelques lettres. Trace de cachet à la page de titre et au dernier feuillet. Très rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Spain]
2017-11-08 10:46:40
Italy: np, 1550. Two large conjugate antiphonal leaves (bifolium) with later large miniatures of reclining monks. An exquisite rare bifolium with complementary reclining monks (added later) with large (approximately three-inch) floral border along the bottom and sides. With beautiful reds, greens, yellow, browns, and gold (including thick gold halos on the monks). With notes and text in black with red highlights. Also with two large initials, one in blue and gold with a red border, the other red and gold with a blue border.The monks are a full eight inches long; the one on the left reaches (with his hand) 6.25 inches high; the one on the right 4.25 inches. The leaves together are 27 inches wide and 18 inches tall. (Framed = 31.5 x 23 inches).Vellum, likely 16th century Spanish; float-matted in fine ornate frame. Note: The monks were added later, either in the 19th or 20th century. Stitched repair in border of right leaf, a few smudges.A beautiful set of leaves, very handsomely framed. Very Good.
Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company [USA]
2017-11-07 17:49:42
MACHIAVELLI, NICCOLO. ( Nicolo Machiavelli ).:
1550, small 4to, approximately 210 x 145 mm, 8¼ x 5¾ inches, vignette portrait of the author on title page, at the rear are 7 double page plans of battles and encampments, Italian text, pages: 1-185 plus [18] Figura unnumbered, collation: a-aa4, bb6, bound in modern quarter blue morocco over marbled sides, raised bands, gilt motif in compartments and gilt lettering to spine, marbled endpapers and silk marker. Corners very slightly worn, a few pages lightly age-browned, an occasional small pale damp stain to margins. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy. The present work is Part IV of an edition of Machiavelli's writings entitled "Tutte le opere di Nicolo Machiauelli cittadino et secretario fiorentino, divise in 5. parti, et di nuouo con somma accuratezza ristampate", all the volumes of which are dated 1550 on the title page with no place or printer (see Adams M9). Although Adams accepts the date of 1550, others believe that this edition was printed circa 1620 and possibly in Geneva (see Copac, copy held by Warwick University with identical collation). The Art of War (1521), one of only a few works of Machiavelli to be published during his lifetime, is a dialogue set in the Orti Oricellari, a garden in Florence where humanists gathered to discuss philosophy and politics. The principal speaker is Fabrizio Colonna, a professional condottiere and Machiavelli's authority on the art of war. The basis for the book is the creation of a modern army. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2017-11-07 14:36:40
Gesner, Conrad
Fol., Ledereinband VD 16, G 124. - Adams, G533. - Ley 26. - Nissen. ZBI 1550. - Rudolphi 438. - Vischer, C 489. - Wellish A24.1. Tl. 2 (Amphibien u. Reptilien) u. Tl. 3 (Vögel) in 1 Bd. Schweinslederband der Zeit mit reicher Blindprägung u. Schließen. Jeweils in erster Ausgabe. Teil 2 mit dem seltenen Appendix zu Tl. 1 u. 2. - Liber II: Titel, 2. Bll., 1 w. Bl. fehlt (ausger.) 110 S., 1 w. Bl., mit 1 Holzschn.-Druckerm. u. 15 Textholzschn. sowie zahlr. aufwendig verzierten Initialen. Appendix: Titel, 25 v. 2 (recte 26) S., es fehlt S. 15/16 (Bl. ausger.), mit 1 Holzschn.-Druckerm. u. 28 Textholzschn. sowie aufwenig verzierten Inizialen. Liber III: Titel, 16 Bll., 1 w. Bl., 201 S., S. 102 (recte 202), S. 203-616, S. 617/618 (recte 717/718), S. 719-779, mit 1 Holzschn.-Druckerm., 1 Holzschn.-Porträt Gesners, 220 Holzschn. u. zahlr. aufwendig verzierten Initialen. - Tlw. gebräunt u. etwas fleckig, stellenw. leicht wasserrändig, Vorsätze stark gebräunt, vorder. flieg. Vorsatzbl. mit größer Fehlstelle, innengelenke, Vorsätze sowie das 1. Bl. u. die 4 letzten Bll. mit Wurmspuren, die 2 letzten Bll. u. rückw. fileg. Vorsatzbl. knicksp., mehrere Bll. mit Einrissen (größ Einr. bei den Bll.: Tl. 2, S. 1/2 Tl. 3, S. 59/60, 129/130, 271/272, 359/360, 505/506, 593/594, 701/702, 743/744, 777/778), Titel v. Tl 2 im Bereich der Druckerm. mit 3 kl. Fehlstellen, Titel des App. im Bereich der Druckerm. mit Tintenfl., vereinzelt lat. Randanm. sowie Unter- u. Durchstreichungen mit schwarzer Tinte (betroffen sind: Tl. 2: S. 50-53, 64/65, 73, 77 App.: S. 7 Tl. 3: S. 257/258, 284, 286, 699), Tl. 3 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Uni München [Germany]
2017-11-02 23:59:21
Artist: Anonymus ; date: ca, 1550. technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 13 x 17; - description: Map shows total Asia with Asia minor, India, China and Southeast Asia.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-11-01 21:41:55
Calvin, Johannes / Jean (1509-1564). -
Genevae [Genf], per Ioannem Gerardum, 1549-1548-1548-1550-1550. 8° (21x14), [8] Bl., 215 S., 157 S., [1] wBl., [4] Bl., 323 S., 144 S., 42 S., [1] wBl, mit großen Druckermarken auf 4 Titelblättern, mehrere Metallschnitt-Initialen auf schwarzem Grund, brauner reich geprägter Rindslederband über Holzdeckeln, weiss gehöhter Rtitel zwischen den Bünden, gepräg Titel auf Deckel, Reste von Messingschliessen auf den Deckeln (Bänder fehlen), Kapitale bestossen, kleine Bezugsfehlstelle an der obEcke des VDeckels bzw untEcke des HDeckels, vordGelenk gebrochen und angelockert (stabil), leeres vordVorsatzblatt entfernt, Besitzvermerk des 19. Jh. auf Innenspiegel und 1. Titelblatt, Papier leicht gebräunt, sehr vereinzelte kleine Eckeabrisse im äussersten weissen Rand, etwa 10 Bl. mit alten Marginalien, wohlerhaltenes Exemplar im prächtigen originalen Renaissance-Einband, [Erichson, Bibliographia Calviniana, 9/8/8/10/11].- Sammelband mit 5 Erstausgaben von Johannes Calvins Genfer Drucker Jean Girard, Geneve.- Sprache: Latein. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Stiftskirche [Bad Waldsee, Germany]
2017-11-01 20:35:27
1550. Incisione in legno, mm 312x365, colorata. L'incisione è tratta da un'edizione tedesca, curata dall'erudito svizzera S. Münster, della "Cosmographia universalis", una delle prime descrizioni del mondo intero e la più importante opera geografica tedesca dopo la Cronaca di Norimberga del 1493. Buon esemplare con minimi difetti, piccoli strappetti restaurati al margine inf., aloni agli angoli in basso.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2017-10-30 15:35:36
VASARI GIORGIO (1511-1574).
Firenze, Torrentino, 1550. Tre parti in due volumi in - 4ø; 552 - 992 pp., 22 cc. compresi i due frontespizi allegorici incisi in legno e la grande marca del Torrentino in ovale alla fine dell'opera; legatura dei primi del '900 del legatore fiorentino Giulio Giannini (1853 - 1931) in tutta pergamena con titoli in oro ai dorsi, giglio in oro ai piatti, tagli dorati (minimi restauri al dorso). Firma di possesso I. Higginson (Aprile 1884), moglie di Henry Lee Higginson, grande mecenate americano, e figlia di Louis Agassiz, celebre scienziato; invio in dono a E. Forbes (1925). Risarcimento del margine esterno bianco del frontespizio del primo volume con un rinforzo in carta, strappetto restaurato all'angolo superiore bianco di p. 11, ultime pagine del secondo tomo restaurate (l'ultima Š controfondata). Antica firma di possesso cassata al frontespizio. Esemplare appartenuto a Edward Waldo Forbes (1873 - 1969) della prima edizione e prima tiratura di quello che Š considerato unanimemente il testo che fonda la moderna storiografia artistica, opera di riferimento, ancora oggi imprescindibile, per le notizie sulle vite dei pittori, scultori e architetti dal XIII al XVI secolo: "di fatto questa prima edizione Š opera di un sol getto?, un capolavoro" (Schlosser). La stampa del 1550 ebbe due tirature: la prima, rappresentata in questo esemplare, presenta una frase errata nel capitolo della scultura (a p. 57) e vari altri errori minori, poi corretti nella seconda tiratura (cfr. Simonetti). "The Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors and Architects' is the first modern history o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-29 15:25:31
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2017-10-29 15:11:33
Du Tillet, Jean, Editor
1550. Paris, 1550. 1st edition. A Landmark in the Recovery of Early Medieval Law Du Tillet, Jean [d. 1570], Editor. Libelli Seu Decreta a Clodoveo, Et Childeberto, & Clothario, Prius Aedita, Ac, Postremum a Carolo Lucide Emendata, Auctaque Plurimum, In Quibus Haec Habentur. Capitula ex Isidori Junioris Hispalensis Episcopi Etymologiarum Lib. V. Pactum Pro Tenore Pacis DD. Childeberti & Clotharii Regum Decretio Clotharii Regis. Sententiae de Septem Septenis. Lex Salica. Decretem Childeberti Regis. Recapitulatio Legis Salica. [Paris: Charlotte Guillard, 1550]. [ii], [3]-127; [1], 70; [1], 95; [1], 56; 15; [2], 119, [1] pp. Six parts one, each preceded by divisional title page. Octavo 4-1/4" x 3-1/4" (10.8 x 8.2 cm). Contemporary limp vellum, title panel and blind ornaments to spine. Light soiling, spine darkened, corners bumped, small recent owner bookplate to front pastedown, front hinge cracked. Light toning to text, light soiling to title page of first part, later owner annotations in pencil to front pastedown. An appealing copy of a rare title. $3,000. * First edition. An important landmark in the recovery of early medieval law, this volume contains critical editions of the principal texts of Frankish, Burgundian, Germanic, Saxon, Salic and Ripuarian law (Lex Alemannorum, Antiquae Burgundionum Leges, Ripuariorum Leges a Theodorico Rege Francorum Latae, Antiqua Baivuariorium Lex and Vetus Lex Saxonum.) The list of topics treated in these codes includes commerce, land ownership, inheritance, criminal procedure and civil procedure. A French humanist jurist and associate of C … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2017-10-28 16:01:03
Franck, Sebastian.
- Darinn bede Gottes vnnd der welt lauff/ händel/ art/ wort/ werck/ thun/ lassen/ kriegen/ wesen/ vnnd leben ersehen vnd begriffen wirt. Mit vil wunderbarlichen gedechtniß wirdigen worten vnd thaten/ gutten vnnd bösen Regimenten/ Decreten/ [et]c. Von allen Römischen Keysern/ Bäpsten/ Concilien, Kätzern, Orden und Secten/beyder der Juden und Christen . Summa hierinn findestu gleich ein begriff . der Chronickwirdigsten/ außerleßn? Historien . in drey Chronick oder Hauptbüher/ verfaßt. Durch Sebastianum Francken von Wörd/ vormals in Teutscher Zungen/ nit gehört noch gelesen. 3 Teile (in 1 Bd.). (6), CCLXXIIII; CCLVI, (14) Bl. In-4 (33 cm ) Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln auf 4 Bünden mit Platten- und Rollstempeln. und 5 (von 8) Messingecken. S.l. (Bern, Mathias Apiarius) 1550-1551. - -British Museum, German Books S. 316. VD16 F 2070. 3. Ausgabe: Hauptwerk des Humanisten, Pazifisten, Mystikers, Geographen, Druckers Sebastian Francks (1499-1552). Auf Betreiben Erasmus' von Rotterdams wurde das auf Schedels Weltchronik fußende, vom Radikalismus der Straßburger Wiedertäufer (Schwenckfeld) und Antitrinitarier (Servet) inspierierte Werk verboten und sein Verfasser verfolgt. "Seine Einsicht in das historische Werden geht über das Geschichtsdenken seiner Zeit weit hinaus. Gewiß wird man seine Chronik, wie seine Geschichtswerke überhaupt, beurteilt man sie vom Standpunkt der heutigen Geschichtswissenschaft, als Kompilation bezeichnen, doch wohnt ihr so viel originaler Geist und selbständiges Denken inne, wie wir es in jener Zeit sonst nur schwerlich finden" ( … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bernard Richter [Germany]
2017-10-28 10:17:57
Mathematics, ballistics, artillery - Tartaglia, Niccolo:
Venezia, Niccolo Bascarini for the author, 1550. 4°, circa 21,5 x 15,3 cm., 4, 32 num. ff., title with a full-page woodcut, numerous illustrations in the text. Newer half-calf with marbled boards Edit16 31855; Riccardi 496; Adams T 190. Second edition of the first printed treatise on ballistics by the leading mathematician and military engineer Tartaglia (1499-1557) who laid the ground for discoveries that Galileo made a few decades later. It contains the important statement, based on Tartaglia's own experiments, that the path of a projectile is curved, but that the curve at the beginning and end differs very little from a straight line. It was not until Galileo that the curve was shown to be a parabola. The nice large woodcut on the title shows Euclid who lets mathematicians into a walled circle where the liberal arts are represented. A second smaller walled circle with Aristoteles and Plato at the entrance is presided by philosophy. - Minor browning, few leaves with light stains, but mostly clean, pages bound anew and a little irregular, but still nice. [10 Warenabbildungen bei]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2017-10-28 08:26:16
ALBERTI, Leandro.
Per Anselmo Giaccarelli, In Bologna, 1550. [4] [28] c., 466 p. (di cui le prime 7 in numeri romani e l'ottava bianca), 30 cm, perg. Esemplare medio con difetti marginali. Legatura coeva ma un pò consunta. Ex libris al frontespizio. Esemplare scompleto, infatti mancano le pg da 466 a 469. Si tratta di un esemplare ricomposto privo del ritratto dell'A. e dei versi di Giovanni Philoteo Achillino nel v. del frontespizio, e con marca (Z495) a carta [ast]3r che precede i versi dedicati dal Giaccarelli "Herculil Atestio II illustriss. Ferrarien. duci IIII". Prima rara e ricercata edizione di questo libro a carattere geografico-etnologico-storico. Nel corso del '500 vennero stampate numerose edizioni, a conferma dell'interesse suscitato da questa bella opera. Nel libro si trovano anche informazioni sulle bellezze delle contrade, sulle distanze, i costumi, le curiosita' ed i piu' importanti monumenti di citta' e paesi. Alla fine del libro, un breve trattato sulla "molto magnifica citta' di Vinegia". Insomma, una vera e propria guida per i viaggiatori! Effettivamente, a partire dall'edizione del 1568, l'Alberti includera' anche la parte relativa a Sicilia, Sardegna, ecc.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige [IT]
2017-10-28 07:50:37
- S.n. [Genève], S.l. 1550 (ca.1620), 16x22,5cm, (4) 441pp. et (4) 140pp. et 364pp. [i.e. 362] et 185pp. (14-1 bl.) (2f. Pl.) et (4) 189pp., 5 volumes reliés. - Una delle cinque edizioni chiamato "Alla testina" (a causa del ritratto di Machiavelli ripetuto in titoli), stampato a Ginevra agli inizi del XVII, intorno 1620. Questa è né il primo né il secondo numero dei quali caratteristiche sono noti, ma gli ultimi tre, che differisce spuntino. Leganti moderno cartone marrone punteggiati la bradel. indietro liscia. parti del titolo in marocchino rosso. Perfetto stato. Copia di freschezza. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première des cinq éditions dite « alla testina » (en raison du portrait de Machiavel répété sur les titres), imprimée à Genève au début du XVIIème, vers 1620. Impression du texte en caractères italiques, typographie et mise en page typiques des éditions de la Renaissance italienne. Le matériel typographique proviendrait des caractères dessinés par Ludovico degli Arrighi, célèbre typographe mort en 1527. Cette première édition est la plus rare, on ne la trouve que très difficilement, contrairement aux suivantes. Une planche sur double page pour L'Arte della guerra. Les cinq éditions ont été répertoriées et chiffrées de A à E par Gerber, par ordre chronologique. Cette première édition « alla testina » serait la seule à ne pas avoir été éditée à Genève (elle est très repérable par sa collation qui diffère de toutes les autres), le lieu d'édition étant seulement une suggestion et une origine parisienne ne serait pas à exclure. Les éditeurs des autres éditions « alla tes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2017-10-28 06:55:13
[BODENSTEIN (Adam von)] GORDON (Bernard de)
Lyon, Guillaume Rouillé, 1550. 8vo, 910 (ie 920) and (16) pages ; XVIIe calf (spine restored). Exceptionnal copy of this influencal medieval medical works from the library of one of the earliest paracelist, Adam von Bodenstein, early editor and translator of Paracelcius's corpus. The copy bears his autograph signature on title page, different mottos in latine and greek ("Discendo ac ducente deo", "Nihil sine numine faustum prosperumque" and "anerou kai aperou"), and the date of 1557. "Following a stay in Vienna in 1551 Bodenstein was, at least until 1559, in the service of Count Palatinate Ottheinrich, a sovereign favorably disposed toward alchemical Paracelsianism. He appointed Bodenstein in 1553 to the position of "servant by order of the house" and "admonished" him several times around 1556 to read Paracelsus. In part because of certain successful therapies with Paracelsian medicine in Basel in 1556, Bodenstein became, about this time, receptive to the medicina nova of Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim (Paracelsus). Whether he was already disseminating "Paracelsian thinking and writings" in the "1550s" (Nutton, 1995, p. 112) remains uncertain; there are no testimonies or proofs of documents. However, undoubtedly Bodenstein's "Paracelsian turn" combined with an orientation toward transmutational alchemy. Encouraged by an itinerant alchemist (possibly Denis Zecaire) and two friends from Basel, the councillor of the margrave Ludwig Wolfgang of Habsburg and the university mathematician Johannes Acronius. Bodenstein made himself out to be an expert on the philosopher's … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Zograscope [France, Paris]
2017-10-28 01:29:22
Np, Np. Nd. [Nuremberg, in officina Ioannis Montani et Ulrici Neuberi 1554-5] (and) Nuremberg, in officina Ioannis Montani et Ulrici Neuberi, 1550. FIRST EDITIONS. Oblong 4to. 7 vols in one. 1) ff. [54], [52], [68], [38], [57], [60]. [AA2, BB-OO4; AA-NN4; AA-RR4 (RR4 blank); AA-II4, KK2; AA-OO4, PP2 (PP2 blank); AA-PP4 (PP4 blank), lacking MM1-2 in second work) ff. [30], A-G4, H2. Prefaces in Roman letter, text in Italic. Part titles within ornate woodcut frame, woodcut initials in various sizes, woodcut musical notation, "Summus M. Johannis Brigman [?] 1599" at head of title, "M Joannis Dietrich Summus 1578" in lower margin, another illegible beneath dated 1608, extensive contemporary marginal notes to outer blank margin of second leaf, C19 Jesuit library stamp to blank margin of first title, remains of tabs to each title page. First title fractionally dusty, minor light marginal waterstaining to lower margin and at gutter in places, the odd marginal thumb mark, last two leaves loose. A very good, clean copy in contemporary pigskin over boards, covers triple ruled to a panel design, outer panel with a fine blind-stamped roll of Biblical figures, inner panel with triple ruled lozenge filled with blind-stamped floral roll, fleurons to center and corners, 'Discant' stamped in black on upper cover, spine with raised bands blind ruled in compartments, remains of ties, upper corners worn, some rubbing. Rare and important liturgical part-books containing a huge collection of sacred motets covering the entire church year, remarkably complete with all six parts, including compositi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2017-10-27 23:14:39
ALBERTI, Leandro (1479-1552)
Anselmo Giaccarelli. In folio; pergamena rigida del Settecento, dorso con tassello e titolo in oro, tagli marmorizzati (come nuova); cc. (4), I-VII, 9-469, (28). Mancano le carte bianche A8 e IIII6. Con il ritratto dell'autore inciso in rame nel testo. Marca tipografica sul frontespizio. Al verso del titolo e nelle carte preliminari figurano componimenti di Giovanni Philoteo Achillini, Andrea Alciati, Lilio Gregorio Giraldi, Sebastiano Corradi e molti altri. Titolo e prime carte lievemente ingiallite nel margine interno, strappo anticamente restaurato alla carta 219 senza perdita, alone nel margine interno di un gruppo di carte all'inizio e al centro del volume, ultima carta con margine interno rinforzato e piccolo foro restaurato che comporta un'insignificante perdita di poche lettere, ma complessivamente ottima copia fresca e ben rilegata.PRIMA EDIZIONE, dedicata dall'autore ad Enrico II di Francia e a Caterina de' Medici, sua consorte (Bologna, 19 gennaio 1550), di questa importante guida storica, artistica e geografica dell'Italia che, nonostante l'ingente mole, andò incontro ad uno straordinario successo editoriale e fu consultata fino a Seicento inoltrato da molti stranieri desiderosi di affrontare il Grand Tour della penisola.Dopo la prima edizione bolognese, nella quale l'autore si scusa di non aver potuto stampare la promessa aggiunta sulle Isole pertinenti ad essa, per non aver voluto procrastinare ulteriormente l'uscita del ponderoso volume che già da anni attendeva di essere pubblicato, l'opera andò incontro tra il 1551 e il 1596 a ben dieci edizioni, quasi tutt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2017-10-27 22:16:37
Florence: Lorenzo Torrentino, 1550. Quarto (215 x 140 mm). Contemporary limp vellum, manuscript title inked to spine. Contemporary Italian ownership inscription, inked annotation and underlining to pp. 301 & 311. Vellum lightly marked, shallow chip to fore edge of front cover, quires t, M and Ff lightly foxed, pale tide-mark to lower outer corner of a few gatherings and very occasionally to head of gutter. An excellent copy. Wood-engraved vignette title page incorporating the Medici arms, 12 allegorical initial figures, frequent line diagrams to the text. First Segni edition, the first "full vernacular interpretation of Aristotle, including both translation and chapter-by-chapter commentary" (Lines, "Rethinking Renaissance Aristotelianism", in Renaissance Quarterly, 66.3, Fall 2013, p. 838). "Practically unstudied, Segni's work represents an important moment in the evolution of vernacular Aristotelianism (and philosophy more generally) in the Renaissance" (idem, p. 824). Segni (1504-1558) was a Florentine humanist best known for his Istorie fiorentine and the Vita de Niccolo Capponi. He entered the service of Cosimo II de Medici, the Duke of Florence, in 1535, and was sent on a number of diplomatic postings in Europe. In his introduction Segni exalts the Tuscan language and underlines the need for vernacular editions of Greek and Latin texts; he quotes frequently from Dante throughout his commentary. He also draws extensively on the earlier commentary tradition, including the works of Byzantine scholar Eustratius (c.1050-1121), English scholastic philosopher Walter Burley ( … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-10-26 16:11:34
Iciar (Juan de), c. 1522-after 1572
Saragossa, Pedro Bernúz, 1550 (23 July). The Arte subtilissima is the revised second edition of the first calligraphy and handwriting manual published in Spain. The woodblocks of the first edition (1548) are re-employed, except for three; twenty-four "Tablas mas estudiadas y mas esmeradas que antes" are added, and these enlarge the book by two gatherings (sixteen leaves). One of the new blocks is dated 1547, seven are dated 1550, and sixteen are undated. J.P.R. Lyell's complaint that Iciar's writing books were "thumbed out of existence" is validated by modern bibliographical tools: ten copies of the 1548 first edition, some just fragments, are recorded in public collections worldwide. Our 1550 second edition is less rare, but equally difficult to find complete and in good condition: twelve copies are recorded public collections, of which at least four are incomplete. Fig. 1. A monument of the Spanish Renaissance ( height of binding 197 mm) Iciar, Juan de Durango (Viscaya) circa 1522-after 1572 Logroño? Arte subtilissima, por la qual se enseña a escrevir perfectamente, hech o y experimentado, y agora; de nuevo añadido. Saragossa, Pedro Bernúz, 1550 (23 July) quarto (194 × 133 mm), (86)ff. signed A 6 B-L 8 , not foliated or paginated. Woodcut compartment on title-page incorporating insignia of the dedicatee Philip (later Philip ii, King of Spain), fine woodcut portrait of the author aged 25 (folio A4 verso), each letterpress text page enclosed by a four-piece woodcut border (of which there are four designs), full-page woodcut writing samples (some cut white-on-bla … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Robin Halwas | Rare Books [United Kingdom]
2017-10-26 14:36:37
CARDANO Girolamo [Hieronymi] 1501-1576
In fill contemporary calf, double ruled boxed tooling, gilt decorative corners, some marks, blind tooling to edges, some repairs to tips. New spine to style, raised bands, blind and gilt tooling, no title. Internally, contemp ink notes to fpd, lacking portrait and titlepage, begins Aii, with a small oval stamp at base, [32], [2], 371 pp, [1], numerous illustrations, printers devices, professional repair to 1 leaf in index, last 5 leafs with repair to edges, name and title to text block edge by hand, occasional underlining, some very light browning at page edges.
Bookseller: Madoc Books [UK]
2017-10-26 03:10:25
Colon, Hernando.
1550. Spanish ms. on vellum. 247 x 285 mm (written space 160 x 210 mm). 2 cols. 16 lines. With a large initial "L" in red, green, and blue on gold. Large illuminiation with rich gold and coloured tendril designs on reverse. The "Historia del Almirante", the story of the life of Christopher Columbus, is said to have been written around 1530 by his son Hernando Colón (1487-1539). The original manuscript is lost. The work was first printed in 1571 in Italian. The 1749 Spanish edition is merely a re-translation (cf. Sabin 14674) and thus contains many departures from the present ms. copy, which is obviously based on the original version. Judging by the style of the tendril initial (strongly rubbed), this ms. probably was created in the mid-16th century. The text begins, "Los rebeldes perseverando en su mal animo el Almirante resolvio enviar contre essos al Prefecto su hermano que con buenas palabras sgredviese a juicio y arrepentimento pero con compania hastante para que si quisiesen onfendere oudiese resistirlos" (the later printed version has: "Perseverando los rebeldes en su mal ánimo y propósito, llegaron hasta un cuarto de legua de los navíos, a un pueblo de indios llamado Maima, donde después edificaron los cristianos una cuidad llamada Sevilla.") - It could not be established whether the illumination on the reverse belongs to the original composition or is a later addition in contemporary style. The image does not fit the text well: it depicts three legendary scenes of the conquest of Brittany by a commander of Charlemagne in 799 (Brittany, personified by a female allego … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
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2017-10-25 14:29:22
per Giovan Padoano, a instantia di Curtio di Navò, 1550. In 8°(211x155); carte non num. 8, numerate 167, una non numerata che riporta la marca editoriale in silografia; ottantaquattro silografie nel testo ad un terzo di pagina raffiguranti strumenti e metodi per la lavorazione dei metalli, per la produzione di vetri, campane per la distillazione ed altro; frontespizio incorniciato da ricca bordura silografica con il trionfo di Venezia in alto ed il leone di San Marco in basso attorniati da alambicchi, campane, fornaci ed altri strumenti vari, capilettera entro vignette silografiche. Legatura in pergamena rigida posteriore rimontata, titolo manoscritto su etichetta cartacea, filetti rossi al dorso. Seconda edizione, tipograficamente superiore alla prima del 1540, concordemente al parere di Smith & Gnudi, traduttori dell'edizione inglese (1942). Riporta dedica al verso del frontespizio a Guidotto Napio boemo; nel proemio dedica al M. Bernardino Moncellese da Salò. Questo celebre trattato sulla tecnica della lavorazione a fuoco si compone di dieci libri suddivisi in capitoli: descrive i metalli, la metodologia per formare le leghe e per la lavorazione dei metalli stessi, tratta della calamita e sue proprietà, delle miniere, delle fornaci, dell'artiglieria, della distillazione, della fusione, delle campane ed anche dei fuochi artificiali; fu pubblicato postumo nel 1540, tre anni dopo la morte del Biringuccio e riscosse immediatamente successo, dimostrato dalle numerose edizioni di metà Cinquecento. Biringuccio (Siena 1480 - Roma 1537), chimico, mineralogista e metallurgista, pr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2017-10-25 14:27:16
Venezia, G. Padovano per C. di Navò, 1550. in-4, ff. (8), 167, (1, con marca tip.). Legatura coeva p. pergamena molle, titolo ms. al dorso e al piatto anteriore. Dedica dello stampatore a Guidotto Napio, boemo. Titolo racchiuso da bordura silogr. e marca tip. in basso, illustrato da 84 interessantissime figure silogr. n.t. riproducenti strumenti e fasi della fusione dei metalli, fornaci, alambicchi, ecc. Seconda edizione, con lo stesso numero di fogli e le stesse figure della prima edizione del 1540, di questa celebre opera sulla metallurgia e la mineralogia, la lavorazione a fuoco, con riferimenti anche all'alchimia. Biringuccio (nato a Siena nel 1480 e morto a Roma nel 1537), grande amico di Benedetto Varchi, si occupò della costruzione di fornaci e mantici, della direzione di miniere e della fabbricazione di artiglierie in varie parti d'Italia. Bell'esemplare (lievi difetti in qualche margine bianco, leggere ingialliture).. Hoover Coll. 129-30: « of the classics in the history of science and technology». Duveen 79:«famous book on metallurgy and mining, containing interesting chapters on alchemy and illustrated by very fine woodcuts». Mieli, Scienziati ital. I, pp. 20-24: «Il trattato di Biringuccio si può qualificare come la prima opera organica relativa a tutto un gruppo di scienze applicate che sia stata pubblicata nel Rinascimento». Per notizie bio-bibliogr. cfr. Diz. Biogr. degli Ital. X, 625-631..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-25 14:21:32
Apollonios von Rhodos
Basel, Johannes Oporinus, Februar, 1550. (32), 226, (28) SS., l. w. Bl. Mit 2 figuralen Initialen in Holzschnitt. Pergamentband der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. 8vo. Erste lateinische Ausgabe; die einzige lateinische Versübertragung des 16. Jhs. Das bedeutendste, einzig vollständig überlieferte Epos des alexandrinischen Hellenismus in der Nachfolge Homers war von großen Einfluß, auch auf Vergil. - Der Philologe J. Hartung (1505-79), der sein Studium der Theologie, Philosophie und Jurisprudenz in Heidelberg aus finanziellen Gründen wiederholt unterbrechen und sich als Lehrer, Begleiter des Grafen von Falkenstein und Soldat in Ungarn verdingen mußte, erhielt 1537 eine Gräzistikprofessur in Heidelberg. 1546 folgte er "einem Ruf als Professor der griechischen und hebräischen Sprache an die Universität Freiburg/Br., wo er zeitweise auch Poesie lehrte" (DBE). - Hartungs Widmung richtet sich an den Freiburger Juristen Johann Venator: Hartung habe "beim Übersetzen oft an den Nägeln kauen, sich den Kopf kratzen müssen, bis er verderbte Stellen wiederhergestellt, Dunkles verstanden habe. Er möge das Werk dafür umso mehr schätzen; zudem habe er diesen Dichter schon lange geliebt und beherrsche die griechische Sprache so gut, dass er sie schon öffentlich mit grossem Erfolg gelehrt habe. Was wenige Vertreter seines Faches vermöchten" (Hieronymus). Mit Widmungsgedichten von Joachim Mynsinger, Jacob Micyllus und Balthasar Acanthius; auf diese folgen "griechische Textverbesserungen gegenüber der Aldina und der Frankfurter Ausgabe mit lateinisc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2017-10-23 20:34:32
Sebastian Münster
Basel Offizin Heinrich Petri. Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, koloriert, um 1550. Von Sebastian Münster. 16,2 x 37,8 cm (Darstellung ) / 28 x 38,9 cm (Blatt). Aus: Sebastian Münster, Cosmographei oder beschreibung aller länder, herschafften, fürnemsten stetten, geschichten, gebreüche[n], hantierungen etc. (Basel: Offizin Heinrich Petri 1550). - Mittig oberhalb der Darstellung mit "Beschreibung des Lands Pomern / sampt allen hertzogthumben / graveschafften und fürnemen stetten darinn gelegen" betitelt. Drunter mit neun beschrifteten Wappen der Grafschaften. Innerhalb der Darstelung mit topographsichen verweisen. Oben mit "Das dritt Buch / Von dem Teütschenland" überschrieben. - Die Landkarte stellt Pommern von Damgarten und Rügen bis Danzig dar, mit dem "pomerisch mare" mit Seeungeheuer. Unten rechts eine Kartusche mit dem beschreibenden Text "Pomerellen zu beiden seiten der Wixeln gelegen / vor zeiten der Hertzogen von vndern Pomern ein erblich lad / auch nach dem sie den Christen Glauben angenommen. Nach irem abgag haben die Polender / der Teutschorden / vnnd die Marggrauen / ein ieder was er hat gemöcht daruonn gezuckt" versehen. - Blatt eng beschnitten. Verso mit deutschem typographischen Text. Mit geglätteter Verlagsbugfalte. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Sebastian Münster (1488 Nieder-Ingelheim - 1552 Basel). Bedeutender deutscher Schriftsteller und Humanist. Verfasste neben seinem Hauptwerk, der "Cosmographia", zahlreiche Werke auf dem Gebiet der Hebraistik, der Naturwissenschaften, der Geographie, der Theologie und der Bibelwissenschaft. Sprache: Deutsch
Bookseller: Graphikantiquariat Koenitz [Leipzig, Germany]
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2017-10-23 20:34:32
Sebastian Münster
Basel Offizin Heinrich Petri 1550 - Historische Ortsansicht. Holzschnitt, 1550. 22,3 x 38,1 cm (Darstellung ) / 33,5 x 40 cm (Blatt). Aus: Sebastian Münster, Cosmographei oder beschreibung aller länder, herschafften, fürnemsten stetten, geschichten, gebreüche[n], hantierungen etc. (Basel: Offizin Heinrich Petri 1550). - Oberhalb der Darstellung betitelt. In der Darstellung bezeichnet und mittig blindes Wappen von Putte getragen. Darunter und verso deutscher Text. - Panoramaansicht der Stadt Ulm über die Donau hinweg. Im Zentrum das Münster und im Vordergrund Flößer bei der Arbeit. - Altersbedingt knickspurig, minimal verbräunt und leicht stockfleckig. Mittig Bugfalte im unteren Bereich mit hinterlegter Fehlstelle. Rechts unten Einriss ebenfalls hinterlegt. Sonst recht gut erhalten.
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2017-10-22 15:00:20
[Biblia graeco-latina - VT].
1550. 3 Bde. (2), 829 SS. 1100 SS, 1 w. Bl. 666 SS., 2 w. Bll. Mit der wiederholten Druckermarke in Holzschnitt sowie einem halbseitigen Textholzschnitt zu Beginn. Schweinslederbände der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit reicher Blindprägung (darunter Humanistenrolle sowie Einzelstempel Lilie), jeweils auf drei Doppelbünden und mit zwei intakten Messingschließen. 8vo. Schöne, zeitgenössisch gebundene Reihe, den vollständigen Text des Alten Testaments im zweisprachigen Paralleltext umfassend. "Apart from the Complutensian Polyglot, this is the earliest edition of the Bible in both Greek and Latin" (Darlow/M.) - "Einzige alte zweisprachige griechisch-lateinische Ausgabe [...] des Alten Testaments, zumindest im deutschen Sprachgebiet, bei der es dem Drucker in erster Linie um den griechischen Text gegangen ist, wie wir seiner Vorrede an den Leser entnehmen können, u. er die lateinische Übersetzung nur für die mediocriter docti beigefügt hat. Das neue Testament [...] scheint [...] getrennt erschienen zu sein, da wohl eine solche Ausgabe, hingegen kein Exemplar der Biblia mit diesem [...] bekannt ist [...] Den Beginn der Genesis schmückt eine Darstellung der Erschaffung Evas, ein anonymer Holzschnitt nach Darstellungen Hans Holbeins d. J." (Griechischer Geist aus Basler Pressen, Kat. d. Ausst. Basel etc. 1992-93, Nr. 383, mit Abb.). - Ohne den vierten Band mit den Apokryphen. Der Titel zu Band 2 wurde ebenfalls entfernt, der Text des AT jedoch komplett vorliegend. Aus dem Besitz des Caspar Lentzkovius (Lentzkow) mit dessen eigenh. Besitzvermerk sowie seinen eigenh. Marginalien (die Vors … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2017-10-22 12:25:26
CICERO, M Tullius
Paulus Manutius, Venice, 1550. 12mo. M Tullii Ciceronis Orationum Pars III. Corrigente Paulo Manutio, Aldi Filio. Venetiis, MDL. Ff [1] (title) 271. Large dolphin and anchor device surrounded by cherubs and cornucopia on title page and last leaf. Latin text, printed in italic type throughout (invented by Aldus Manutius). Bound in 18th century polished calf, raised bands gilt, red title label, sprinkled edges. Old drawing to verso of title, where someone has outlined the dolphin and anchor, light staining to top corners of first half dozen leaves, else a very clean, tight copy. Paulus Manutius was the son of Aldus, and the second of three generations of Venetian printers. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: C R Moore [Telford Shropshire, SAL, United Kingdom]

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