The viaLibri website requires cookies to work properly. You can find more information in our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Displayed below are some selected recent viaLibri matches for books published in 1550
2017-10-16 11:12:26
BIRINGUCCIO, Vannuccio.
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: «...one 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]
2017-10-15 09:38:55
M?NSTER SEBASTIAN
Basilea, 1550. Woodcut, mm 250x340, colored. Very attractive early map of Scandinavia. Second state of Munster's map, published first in 1545, based upon the Olaus Magnus map of 1539. Good condition, some water stains in bottom margin. From a latin edition of ìCosmographia universalisî, a milestone in cartography, first published in 1544, the earliest German description of the world. About 40 editions of the Cosmographia appeared between 1544 and 1628. cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2017-10-15 09:38:55
Sebastian MUENSTER
1550. Veduta a volo d’uccello di Venezia, tratta dalla "Cosmographiae Universalis." edizione in tedesco, Basilea fine del XVI secolo. "Taken from Meunster's "Cosmographia Universalis ", german edition of the second half of the XVI century." G. Moretto (a cura di) "Venetia - Le immagini della Repubblica", s. 13 410 345mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-10-14 17:35:33
BEMBO PIETRO
Vinegia, per gli figliuoli di Aldo nel mese di ottobre ad istanza di Carlo Gualteruzzi . 1550. In 8°, legatura settecentesca in pergamena rigida con titolo in oro al dorso, tagli colorati in blu. Cc 8 nn. + 170 cc. + 1 carta di errata + 1 carta bianca + 1 carta per il registro e, al verso, l’ancora aldina+ 1 carta bianca. Edizione non comune di questo testo del quale il Gamba fornisce una lunga descrizione al n° 138: il primo volume di questa opera fu stampato dai Fratelli Dorico nel 1548 a Roma; il secondo è questo che presentiamo, il terzo e il quarto furono impressi nel 1552 a Venezia da Gualtiero Scoto. Il testo è in lingua volgare con alcuni passaggi in latino ed una pagina in greco ( carta 55). Il testo è suddiviso in 12 libri con solo 81 destinatari delle lettere e una ad un anonimo. Copia in buono stato di conservazione, una leggera gora d’acqua alle prime carte. Gamba 138, Renouard sotto Paul Manuce a pag. 149
Bookseller: Libreria SEAB srl (socio Alai/Lila) [Bologna BO, BO, Italy]
2017-10-14 09:45:54
1550 - Royal House Accounts - King Edward VI
Bookseller: Voyager Press Rare Books & Manuscripts [UK]
Check availability:
2017-10-12 23:06:09
Franck, Sebastian
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bernard Richter [DE]
2017-10-12 23:05:47
Biblia graeco-latina - VT].
Basel, Nicolaus Brylinger, 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 ei … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-10-11 17:56:32
Caesar Augustae (Zaragoza), (à la fin:) Bartholomei a Nagera, 1550. - Petit in-8. 222ff. non chiffrés. Plein maroquin brun doublé, dos à nerfs orné, double filet doré sur les plats, doublure de maroquin havane guilloché à froid et encadré de filets et d'une guirlande dorée (reliure espagnole postérieure, vers 1950?). Précieuse édition de ce recueil des chants liturgiques qui étaient vocalisés pendant les processions des cisterciens espagnols. Elle fut imprimée à Saragosse avec la musique notée et peut être considérée comme la première édition complète du processionnal cistercien, car elle ne fut précédée que par un petit livret de 64 pages imprimé dans la même ville en 1516. Les processionnals sont des livres liturgiques contenant les paroles et la musique des chants qui accompagnaient les processions religieuses: essentiellement des répons, des antiennes et des hymnes. Il s'agit habituellement d'ouvrages manuscrits mais c'est principalement en Espagne, pays fortement attaché à la tradition des processions, que se développa au 16e siècle une activité éditoriale autour des processionnals. Le présent volume est rarissime. Nous n'avons pu en localiser que deux exemplaires complets (British Library et Washington University Pullman Library). En Espagne, les collections patrimoniales n'en répertorient que 4 exemplaires seulement, tous incomplets. Ordiozola, notamment, n'en connaissait aucun exemplaire complet. Belle impression gothique aux encres rouge et noire, avec la musique notée à chaque page. La gravure au verso du titre est légèrement épidermée avec d'infimes manques. Très … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2017-10-11 15:58:29
BIRINGUCCIO, Vannuccio
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-10-11 15:54:02
GIOVIO Paolo.
Excudebat Laurentius Torrentinus Ducalis Typographus, Florentiae, 1550. Prima edizione. Testo latino. Cm.30,2x20,7. Pg.60. Legatura moderna in mz.pergamena con piatti marmorizzati. Marca tipografica la frontespizio e capilettera ornati. Le pagine 21-28 sono interessate da diffuse bruniture, e svariate lettere risultano evidenziate ad inchiostro per garantirne la fruibilità. Menda cartacea alla pg.57. Stimata biografia di Alfonso I d'Este (Ferrara, 1476-1534), terzo Duca di Ferrara, Modena e Reggio e rinomato mecenate rinascimentale, opera, dell'erudito lariano Paolo Giovio (Como, 1483 - 1552), personaggio eclettico che fu medico, storiografo e vescovo. Discendente della famiglia nobile degli Zobii, latinizzò il proprio cognome in Giovio. Esercitò la professione medica a Pavia, Como, Milano e Roma, ove fu al servizio di Giulio II e Leone X. Passò poi sotto la protezione di Clemente VII, che nel 1528 lo nominò Vescovo di Nocera dei Pagani, e infine di Ippolito dei Medici e di Alessandro Farnese. Scrisse anche numerosi trattati storici e biografici. La presente opera vide la prima edizione italiana tre anni dopo, tradotta da Giovan Battista Gelli. > Adams, I, G-683. Cigogna, "Delle iscrizioni veneziane", III, 329, "Rarissimo". Lozzi, I, 1697. Graesse, III, 490. 450 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
2017-10-11 03:53:46
Sébastien MÜNSTER
Petri, Bâle 1550 - vue de RUFFACH gravure sur bois originale colorisée, (35.5 cm x 41.8 cm) (24 cm x 35 cm au trait) par Sébastien MÜNSTER - tirée d'une édition Allemande de la "Cosmographey" , édité par Petri, Bâle, 1550 titre "die Stadt Rufach mit dem Stampt Schloß Isemburg / auffs fleissigest nach jetziger Gelegenheit contrafehtet" Excellent état (sous cadre bois verni, (41 cm x 47.5 cm) sous verre)
Bookseller: Liseronsblancs
2017-10-10 23:44:19
Ryd, Valerius Anselmus
Bookseller: Ketterer Kunst GmbH, vorm. F. Dörling GmbH [DE]
2017-10-08 13:05:27
Hieronymus HOPFER (Ausburg 1500 ca. - Nurenberg 1536)
1550. Acquaforte su ferro, monogrammata in lastra in alto al centro. Esemplare nel secondo stato di tre con il numero 12 aggiunto in alto a sinistra. Magnifica prova, particolarmente nitida e contrastata, impressa su carta vergata priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame o con sottilissimi margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Questo lavoro deriva dall'analogo capolavoro inciso al bulino dal Durer, rispetto al quale è in controparte. Timbro di collezione al verso non identificato. Etching on iron, monogrammed on plate at top centre. Example in the second state of three with the number 12 added at upper left. Magnificent proof, with good contrast and sharp details, on laid paper, no watermark, trimmed at the platemark or with very narrow margins, in very good conditions. This print derives from Durer's engraving bearing the same name, of which this work is a mirror-image. Unknown collector' stamp on verso. Bartsch, Hollstein 1, II/III. Dimensioni in mm. 158 X 223
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-10-08 13:03:00
HEINRICH ALDEGREVER (1502 - 1561)
Kupferstich von Heinrich Aldegrever, in der Platte oben links monogr. und dat. 1550, 9,5 x 6,5 cm. New Hollstein german, 84; Bartsch 1802-1821, 84. - Unterhalb der Darstellung mit lat.Text. - Verso kl. Sammlerstempel. - Bis an die Darstellung beschnitten. Bereits sehr flacher Abzug. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Künstlergraphik, Mythologie
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
2017-10-08 13:03:00
HEINRICH ALDEGREVER (1502 - 1561).
Kupferstich von Heinrich Aldegrever, in der Platte oben links monogr. und dat. 1550, 9,5 x 6,5 cm. New Hollstein german, 84; Bartsch 1802-1821, 84. - Unterhalb der Darstellung mit lat.Text. - Verso kl. Sammlerstempel. - Bis an die Darstellung beschnitten. Bereits sehr flacher Abzug. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Künstlergraphik, Mythologie
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl
2017-10-07 06:55:49
CHAUCER, Geoffrey
Robert Toye, 1550. Folio. ff (viii) 354 lacking final blank. Black letter, double column, general title within four piece architectural compartment, two heads in architrave (McKerrow and Ferguson 38) repeated on section title for the Romaunt of the Rose, woodcut portraits of the Knyght (before castle) and richly attired squire, ornate white on black woodcut initials, 'A' monogrammed 'I.R' General title slightly browned, upper and outer edge frayed just touching a couple of letters and corner repaired with a little text loss, marginal tear to last leaf of prologue. Margins cut a little close, very occasionally shaving running title else well clear of text, the odd ink or oil spot or small splash. A good clean copy, very clearly printed on thick paper. 'liber John Caliston [?]' in Tudor hand on t-p and verso of last. C19 armorial bookplate of the Earl of Rosebery on pastedown. In C19 polished mottled calf, spine gilt. Third edition of the collected works of the inimitable Chaucer, a rare and handsome book. It was published, Paris fashion, jointly by four London booksellers: Bonham, Kele, Petit, and Toye, any one of whose names may appear on the colophon which was adjusted in the course of printing. This edition is mostly a reprint of the 1542 with some rearrangement of the material and consequent minor textual amendment (the woodcuts differ from both earlier editions); it is the last publication of William Thynne's original version of the 'Workes' (1st 1532); the next (1561) was revised by John Stow. It is the earliest edition now available, at least complete. Thynne was the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2017-10-07 00:27:51
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2017-10-03 19:12:29
IBN SINA (AVICENNA), Raymond LULL (LULLIUS) and ARISTOTLE.
Duveen, p. 11 ("excessively rare"); Ferguson, Bib. chem. I, p. 18; MacPhail I, 20; for Ibn Sina: DSB XV, pp. 494-500. First edition of a collection of nine alchemical tracts, including De tinctura metallorum by Ibn Sina, known in Europe as Avicenna. Ibn Sina was one of the most significant thinkers and writers of the Islamic golden age and his bibliography comprises nearly 270 titles. "Ibn Sina studied the philosophical and scientific foundations of this subject [alchemy] and even undertook alchemical experiments. His conclusion regarding its validity, however, is negative" (DSB). It also includes two works by Raymond Lull, one of the most interesting scholars of the Middle Ages, one by Aristotle; and five anonymous ones. A second part was published in the same year containing only one work: the famous Rosarium philosophorum. It can be regarded as a separate publication and is not included here.With contemporary manuscript annotations in the margins, underscoring throughout, an early owner's inscription (struck through) and some other notes on the title-page. The annotations slightly shaved, somewhat browned throughout and waterstains in the first half of the book, but otherwise in good condition. Binding very good.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
Check availability:
2017-10-03 15:19:22
Cornelis Willem BOS
Bulino, circa 1550, privo di firma. Della serie "Gli amori di Giove", da soggetti di Michile Coxie. Magnifica prova, impresse su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "mano con fiore e scritta Pinette" (Briquet 11314, Troyes metà del XVI secolo), rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'opera è parte di una serie di dieci incisioni tratta dai disegni di Michiel Coxie, attribuita per motivi stilistici a Corneli Bos. La serie completa, estremamente rara, si trova a Parigi, al British Museum di Londra ed al Rijks Museum di Amsterdam. Opera di grande rarità. Jupiter, in the form of a speckled serpent, making love to Proserpina. Engraving, 1550 circa, without signature. From the set called "The Loves of Jupiter", aftre Michiel Coxie. A fine impression, printed on contemporary laid paper with "hand with flower and the inscriptio Pinette" (Briquet 11314, Tryes half of XVI century), trimmed to the platemark, very good condition. This engraving is a part of set made aftre drawings by Michiel Coxie, today at the British Museum. They are ascribed to Cornelis Bos. A very rare work. Schéle, Cornelis Bos, doubtful attributions, 254-234. 135 175mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-10-02 22:35:07
N.MACHIAVELLI
CHOUET, 1550. DISCRETO STATO DI CONSERVAZIONE
Bookseller: Trovalibri - Roma [IT]
2017-10-02 15:36:16
FALCANDUS HUGO.
FALCANDUS HUGO. Historia Hugonis Falcandi Siculi de rebus gestis in Siciliae regno, iam primum typis excusa, studio et beneficio Reverendi D. Domini Matthaei Longogei Suessionù pontificis et regni Galliae ab interiore ac penitore consilio. Parisis, apud Mathurinum Dupuys, excudebat Guil. Morelius, 1550. In 8vo; cc. 16n.nn., pp.191, 1 n.nn. con il colophon. Pergamena molle. Fori da tarlo al front. Edizione originale. Adams F, 123; Giustiniani, Bibl. Storica, pag. 135: "L'autore scrisse il periodo della storia di Sicilia dal 1146 al 1169, che comprende il regno di Guglielmo I e parte di Guglielmo II". Notizie sulle industrie manifatturiere e agricole dell'isola. Mira I, pag.335; Narbone I, 173.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella [IT]
2017-10-02 06:16:17
Straparola, Giovanni Francesco (Gianfrancesco).
1550. This clearly has been extracted from a 16th-century edition of Straparola's Le tredici piaceuolissime notti di m. Gio. Francesco Straparola da Carauaggio, but which is yet undetermined. Straparola (d. ca. 1557) was a poet and "story teller" and native of Caravaggio who was born in the last twenty years of the 15th century. The present tale of a father condemned to death but shown the path to righteousness by his son is printed in italic on pp. [2-6] and roman on pp. [7-8]; p. [8] bears => a graphic large woodcut of one man stabbing another ensnared in his own cloak. The title-page bears an even larger woodcut, being a border surrounding a bust of Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus! All of the hints are here -- sensational subject matter, vernacular language, poor typography, and poor printing mixed with inattention to composition and a sensational woodcut -- that this was => a cheap production for a popular reading audience. Provenance: Undeciphered early signature on title-page; later in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2017-09-30 20:15:44
Planudes, Maximus, comp.
Apud Aldi filios. Third Aldine edition of the Greek anthology originally compiled by Maximus Planudes (ca. 1260 - ca. 1305) and edited by Andreas Joannes Lascaris (1445-1534). Hutton believes that this edition and that published by Nicolini in 1550 are virtually identical. He also notes that the ten leaves immediately after fol. 288 (and before the blank leaf preceding the final leaf with the printer's device) are printed in => Paolo Aldus's new Greek type, which is larger than the type of the main text. "The Greek anthology," as it is commonly known among Hellenists, contains poems, mostly in form of epigrams, spanning the Classical and Byzantine eras of Greek literature. It had its origins in the collection of epigrams that Constantine Cephalas compiled around 900, which in turn used compilations made by Meleager of Gadara (first century B.C.), Philip of Thessalonica (ca. A.D. 50), and Agathias of Myrina (A.D. 567/568). Those three sources are now lost. Next in the chain is the Palatine Anthology, the work of an unknown scholar, which expanded the number of epigrams to about 3700. Offered here is the "Plaundian" anthology that Byzantine monk Maximus Planudes produced ca. 1301: It is a reduced version of the Palatine Anthology, but does add some epigrams not included by the Palatine version. The Planudean Anthology was => the Greek anthology of the Renaissance and it exerted a huge influence. While the title-page gives the publication date as 1550, the colophon is dated 1551. Binding: Brown pigskin, top and bottom of round spine with a gilt hash design repeated on … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2017-09-30 20:15:44
Planudes, Maximus, comp.
Venetiis: Apud Aldi filios, 1550–51. Small 8vo (16.5 cm, 6.5"). 288, [12] ff. Third Aldine edition of the Greek anthology originally compiled by Maximus Planudes (ca. 1260 – ca.?1305) and edited by Andreas Joannes Lascaris (1445–1534). Hutton believes that this edition and that published by Nicolini in 1550 are virtually identical. He also notes that the ten leaves immediately after fol. 288 (and before the blank leaf preceding the final leaf with the printer's device) are printed in => Paolo Aldus's new Greek type, which is larger than the type of the main text.    “The Greek anthology,” as it is commonly known among Hellenists, contains poems, mostly in form of epigrams, spanning the Classical and Byzantine eras of Greek literature. It had its origins in the collection of epigrams that Constantine Cephalas compiled around 900, which in turn used compilations made by Meleager of Gadara (first century B.C.), Philip of Thessalonica (ca. A.D. 50), and Agathias of Myrina (A.D. 567/568). Those three sources are now lost. Next in the chain is the Palatine Anthology, the work of an unknown scholar, which expanded the number of epigrams to about 3700. Offered here is the “Plaundian” anthology that Byzantine monk Maximus Planudes produced ca. 1301: It is a reduced version of the Palatine Anthology, but does add some epigrams not included by the Palatine version. The Planudean Anthology was => the Greek anthology of the Renaissance and it exerted a huge influence.    While the title-page gives the publication date as 1550, the colophon is dated 1551.    Binding: Brown pigskin, top a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
Check availability:
2017-09-29 13:33:46
Planudes, Maximus, comp.
Venetiis: Apud Aldi filios, 1550–51. Small 8vo (16.5 cm, 6.5"). 288, [12] ff. Third Aldine edition of the Greek anthology originally compiled by Maximus Planudes (ca. 1260 – ca.?1305) and edited by Andreas Joannes Lascaris (1445–1534). Hutton believes that this edition and that published by Nicolini in 1550 are virtually identical. He also notes that the ten leaves immediately after fol. 288 (and before the blank leaf preceding the final leaf with the printer's device) are printed in => Paolo Aldus's new Greek type, which is larger than the type of the main text.    “The Greek anthology,” as it is commonly known among Hellenists, contains poems, mostly in form of epigrams, spanning the Classical and Byzantine eras of Greek literature. It had its origins in the collection of epigrams that Constantine Cephalas compiled around 900, which in turn used compilations made by Meleager of Gadara (first century B.C.), Philip of Thessalonica (ca. A.D. 50), and Agathias of Myrina (A.D. 567/568). Those three sources are now lost. Next in the chain is the Palatine Anthology, the work of an unknown scholar, which expanded the number of epigrams to about 3700. Offered here is the “Plaundian” anthology that Byzantine monk Maximus Planudes produced ca. 1301: It is a reduced version of the Palatine Anthology, but does add some epigrams not included by the Palatine version. The Planudean Anthology was => the Greek anthology of the Renaissance and it exerted a huge influence.    While the title-page gives the publication date as 1550, the colophon is dated 1551.    Binding: Brown pigskin, top a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
2017-09-26 02:39:12
AGRIPPA VON NETTESHEIM (Heinrich Cornelius)
Lugduni, per Beringos fratres, s.d. [Lyon, Marcellin et Godefroy Beringen, ca 1550]. 2 volumes in-8 plein maroquin rouge, dos à nerfs ornés de caissons cloisonnés et fleuronnés, pièces de titre et de tomaison de maroquin, triple filets d'encadrement sur les plats avec fleurons d'angle, tranches dorées (rel. du XVIIIe s., petits accrocs aux mors et coif.), [24], 592 p. et [593] à 1193 (mal chiffré 1139), 44 p. d’index (dern. f. doublé), portrait de l'auteur au verso du titre, lettrines, figures gravées sur bois, lég. rouss. uniformes. "Operum Pars Posterior", seconde et dernière série, en deux volumes, des œuvres collectives d'Agrippa von Nettesheim, livrée indépendamment de la première. "Edition rarissime, de toutes la meilleure et la plus complète. Imprimée en caractères italiques, elle ne porte point de date d'impression et a, au verso du titre, un portrait gravé sur bois de Corn. Agrippa" (Caillet, I, p. 12-13, n°84). Selon la savante étude de Auguste Pros ('Corneille Agrippa: sa vie, ses œuvres', note XXXI, p. 519-521), cette édition serait la plus ancienne des éditions d'Agrippa et "le prototype" des éditions postérieures. Le premier volume renferme, entre autres, 'De Incertudine', suivi de 'In Artem brevem Raymundi Lulli commentaria' illustré de figures sur bois, 'Liber de triplici ratione cognoscendi Deum' ainsi que 'De Nobilitate & Praecellentia Foeminei sexus', ouvrage fondateur dans l’histoire du féminisme des temps modernes. Le second volume est occupé par les 'Epistolarum ad Familares' en sept livres, suivis de discours, poésies et courts traités. Humaniste poly … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL [PARIS, France]
Check availability:
2017-09-25 13:12:50
Sebastian MUENSTER
1550. Tratta dalla "Cosmographiae Universalis.", edizione in tedesco, Basilea fine del XVI secolo. Silografia inserita in un foglio che contiene anche parte descrittiva, bella coloritura a mano, in buone condizioni Taken from the "Cosmographiae Universalis.", edition in German. Basle, end of the XVI century.Woodcut inserted in a page of text , fine colour, in good conditions. 155 125mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-09-18 03:06:13
Rouen, Henry Mareschal, vers 1550. In-8 de (24) ff., signatures f-h8, maroquin havane, plats ornÈs d'un double encadrement de triple filets dorÈs avec chiffres couronnÈs aux angles, large rosace centrale poussÈe aux petits fers, dos ? nerfs finement ornÈ et dorÈ, coupes et bordures dÈcorÈes, tranches dorÈes (Lortic). Belle impression rouennaise en lettres de somme. Ce petit livret fut imprimÈ ? quinze reprises entre le dÈbut du XVIe siËcle (vers 1520) et 1617. Il fait partie de ces ouvrages d'Èducation religieuse que les Èditeurs joignaient (ou non) ? leurs livres d'heures. Vignette ? la crucifixion gravÈe sur bois au titre, une autre, au mÍme sujet, de petite dimension, horizontale, au feuillet f7 verso, rÈpÈtÈe au feuillet g8 recto, et vignette de la Vierge ? l'Enfant au feuillet h7recto. Un des plus cÈlËbres textes d'instruction religieuse du XVIe siËcle : un religieux Ècrit ? sa súur, "une femme sÈculiËre", pour lui indiquer le chemin du salut. Il faut prier, lui dit-il, et ne pas passer son temps "en plaisances mondaines", mais faire "bonnes paroles et bonnes úuvres". Suivent les textes de plusieurs oraisons et offrandes ? prononcer. Exceptionnelle reliure dÈcorÈe de Lortic d'une finesse remarquable. Elle a ÈtÈ exÈcutÈe pour Charles-Louis de Bourbon-Parme, comte de Villafranca (1799-1883) avec son chiffre couronnÈ aux angles des plats. L'exemplaire est citÈ par Guy Bechtel, Catalogue des gothiques franÁais 1476-1560, n? I-30.
Bookseller: Laurent COULET [Paris, France]
2017-09-16 22:05:01
Gabriele Giolito de' Ferrari e Fratelli, 1550. Due opere in un volume in 8vo. Legatura del XVIII secolo in piena pelle, dorso a cinque nervi con titolo in oro, tagli rossi, risguardi in carta marmorizzata (piccola macchia sull'angolo inferiore del piatto anteriore). Qualche lieve alone, ma nel complesso bella copia. (I) PRIMA EDIZIONE, dedicata a Caterina de' Medici, della più completa raccolta di componimenti neolatini del Valeriano apparsa durante la sua vita. Ogni sezione dell'opera si apre con una breve introduzione del tipografo Gabriele Giolito, che alla carta 33v conferma la partecipazione attiva dell'autore nella cura editoriale della collezione: "Quae quidem opuscula Pierius iuvenis admodum ediderat, mox diligentius recognoverat, putavi ea non abiicienda atque, ita ut recognita erant, aliis adiungi iussi". Il volume si apre con un lungo componimento georgico, De milacis cultura, dedicato ad Alessandro de' Medici, che tratta della coltivazione della smilace indiana. In vari versi egli commemora poi gli amici e i colleghi conosciuti a Venezia, Roma e Padova: innanzitutto i membri della famiglia Medici; quindi il suo insegnante a Belluno Giosippo Faustino; il poeta latino Pietro Corsi; il nobile protettore romano di umanisti Pietro Mellini; il celebre umanista veneziano Ermolao Barbaro; il poeta Andrea Marone; Andrea Gritti; l'umanista veronese Dante il Terzo Alighieri; Alberto Pio di Carpi; Giovanni Francesco e Giovanni Battista della Rovere; il cardinal Bernardo Dovizi da Bibiena; l'umanista veneziano Marcantonio Sabellico; il cardinal Girolamo Aleandro; i poeti Gir … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2017-09-15 23:03:56
Lübeck.-
1550 - Darstellung eines Ritters mit Fahne in den Lübecker Farben rot und weiß, im Hintergrund Häuser. Blatt Nr. LIII mit 'Lübeck' betitelt.- Unter Passepartout montiert.- Verso mit altkoloriertem Holzschnitt eines Ritters mit Dinkelbühler Fahne mit dem Wappen der Stadt Dinkelsbühl.- Im weißen Rand jeweils stärker fleckig. Gewicht in Gramm: 500
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.
Check availability:
2017-09-15 23:03:56
LÜBECK:
- Holzschnitt aus Münster ( 1. lat. Ausgabe ), 1550, 8,8 x 32,6 Das ganze Doppelblatt aus der ersten lat. Ausgabe mit der Stadtbeschreibung in lat. Sprache.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
Check availability:
2017-09-15 23:03:56
Lübeck.-
1550 - Im oberen Drittel, unter dem Bildtitel, ist der eine Ansicht Lübekcs doppelblattgroß abgebildet, darunter folgt, letztlich zweispaltig, eine 15 cm lange Beschreibung der Geschichte Lübecks. Gewicht in Gramm: 500
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.
Check availability:
2017-09-15 15:46:36
AGRICOLA, Giorgio
Venice: Michelle Tramezzino, 1550. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. . . Colophon: , , . 8vo., (28) ff., the last blank, 467 (1) ff., including 1 full-page woodcut on verso of f. 142. Bound in early vellum over boards, lightly soiled, title stenciled in ink on spine along with decorative flower. Old shelf-mark above printer's device on final leaf. Tiny wormhole in blank margin of title, with some minor staining; elsewhere some occasional finger-soiling; extreme right margin (blank) of final leaves gnawed, no loss of printed surface. Rare first Italian edition and first edition in any vulgate language of "the first handbook of modern systematic mineralogy" (Grolier & Horblit on Latin 1546). According to Dibner, the work showed a decisive turn away from scholastic and folkloric views about the origin and properties of minerals: "Agricola parted from the general view of Aristotle that stones, metals and gems had their origin in the influence of the heavenly bodies. He rejected with equal emphasis the theory of Albertus. Instead, he looked to natural causes, to the solution of minerals in liquids and their precipitation by gravity, heat, cold and evaporation. the break from speculation to observation was clean and definite" (Dibner).Hoover considered the present work offered here (in the original Latin edition, 1546) Agricola's most important work after De re metallica, and describes its component sections (by their Latin titles) as follows: "de Natura Fossilium... was the first systematic mineralogy. The De Ortu et Causis Subterraneorum is co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. [U.S.A.]
Check availability:
2017-09-15 07:33:00
Vergil, Polydore, 1470?-1555.
Basileae: Ex Officina Io. Bebelii, Mense Martio, Anno M. D. XXXII. [Bebel, Johann, d. ca. 1550, printer.] 1532 : , 1550. RETIREMENT SALE. Price halved from £980.00 on 12/08/2017. Octavo, 156x95mm. In early dark-brown calf with two simple, blind-ruled panels on both boards and decorative corner-pieces blind-stamped. Pretty gilt roll on edge of boards. Four raised bands on spine, gilt outlined, with single floral decoration gilt in the compartments and burgundy lettering-piece. Binding rubbed, hinges cracking. [20], 543, [1] pages; signatures: *10, A-Z8, 2A-2L8. Inscription on front free end-paper: 'The gift of John Shaw of | Brazon-Nose Colledge in | Oxon' and, just beneath, 'Joseph Whittell pr-o-o-8 | binding'. Lower down the page is a further ownership inscription: 'William Dick | his book | 7 July 1897'. Signatures 'Henricus Sovereign[?]' and 'H... Shaw', both crossed through on title-page with 'John Bolton' below and '12 | o-2-o' beneath publication date. Includes index. Printer's device with 'Palma Beb' on verso of final leaf. Attractive initials. Old repair to top foredge corner of *8 without loss. Occasional light, neat, underlining in sepia ink. Crisp, clean and tight. (Additional information and photographs available on request.) .
Bookseller: Collectable Books [GB]
2017-09-12 15:03:34
DÜRER (Albrecht) / RAIMONDI (Marcantino)
1550. Suite de 16 planches sur 17 gravées au burin en beau tirage ancien. La Vie de la Vierge a été gravée par Raimondi d’après les bois d’Albrecht Dürer (Bartsch, 621 à 637). Cette remarquable suite de 16 planches (sur 17, il manque la planche 8 représentant la Visitation) gravées au burin (environ 210 x 290 mm) en très beau tirage ancien a été montée dans un recueil in-4 en plein vélin à l’imitation des vélins estampés du XVIe siècle. Elles sont monogrammées et numérotées, légères rousseurs sur certaines d'entre elles, elles sont rognées au trait carré et montées sur un feuillet réglé à l'encre brune, chacun monté sur onglets. Marcantino Raimondi est le premier contrefacteur d'Albrecht Durer, car c'est de son vivant qu'il s'arrogeât le droit de copier les gravures sur cuivre du maitre et de les signer de son monogramme "AD". Il est né près de Bologne, et suit une formation d'orfèvre, graveur. Il est élève de Francesco Raibolini, et signe ses premières productions en 1505. D'après Vasari, Albrecht Dürer furieux de ces copies porta plainte contre Marcantontonio, cependant cette version, n'est crédité par aucun autre historien. Vers 1510, Vasari fréquente l'entourage de Raphaël et crée en compagnie de celui ci une imprimerie à Rome. L'établissement se transformera par la suite en une école de gravure dirigée pas Raimondi. Marcantionio Raimondi et ses élèves continuèrent de graver l'oeuvre de Raphael, jusqu'aux années 1520. On retrouve sa trace en 1524 en prison pour avoir imprimer et diffuser des gravure érotiques d'après Giulio Romano. Chassé de Rome en 1527 il meurt dans l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: L'Oeil de Mercure [Paris, France]
2017-09-11 20:24:21
(BIBLES). A GROUP OF NINE DEVOTIONAL WORKS, INCLUDING
1550-1748. n. This group of nine items includes an important illustrated Bible in Latin, a German Bible, and four in English, representing two different Protestant translations (brief descriptions of these and the other three books follow). (1) The oldest Bible for which we know a certain date is Christopher Barker's 1584 printing of the Geneva Bible, the so-called "Breeches Bible" because the translators chose the (imprecise) word "breeches" to describe the coverings Adam and Eve fashioned for themselves out of fig leaves. (2) First printed in 1547, the Louvain Bible (in Latin) was the standard Catholic Bible for the second half of the 16th century. We cannot positively identify our edition, as its title and colophon are lacking, but it is one of several octavo printings from the period (the 1547 edition was in folio); whatever printing it is, it has very attractive woodcuts. (3) Our King James Bible printed in London in 1649 has an attractively gilt binding, with repeating vase and floral tools framing the covers and floral tooling on the spine. Its endleaves contain handwritten birth, marriage, and death records for John and Martha Peer and their children, dated from 1798 to 1885. (4) Our 1679 English Bible with Book of Common Prayer and Psalms has an intriguing set of statistics: early owner William Francis counted and recorded the number of books, chapters, words, syllables(!), and letters (3,139,429) in the Bible, and he also noted that a verse in Ezra contains all the letters of the alphabet. (5) The folio 1717 "Vinegar Bible" published … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
Check availability:
2017-09-06 22:58:44
Munster, Sebastian
Basel, Adam Petri, 1550. 64x28,5cm , Holzschnitt, koloriert, Ansicht von Worms über den Rhein, 3fach gefaltetes Blatt leicht vergilbt, etwas fleckig und an eine Rand restauiert, guter Zustand woodblock, colored, City view of Worms, 3 times folded, papaer yellowed and a little stained, marginal restores, good condition
Bookseller: Antiquariat Liber Antiqua [Austria]
2017-09-06 13:24:47
Bonifacio da Sebenico, Natale (1537-1592) after Guerra, Giovanni (1544-1618), Fontana, Domenico (1543-1607)
One from a series of prints illustrating the moving of St Peter's obelisk carried out by the architect Domenico Fontana, showing the cross-section of the lifting machines. Lettered throughout the print, in key at bottom left 'Pianta de sito della piazza falta per alzaare ...' beneath 'Romae apud Bartholomaeu Grassium cum privilegio' bottom right 'Natalis Bonifacius Sibenicensis Fecit'. This plate might be a later state as long as a number has been added on the bottom right within the decorative frame in Roman letters: 'LII' Etching on laid paper with margins; plate mark: 499 x 366 mm; total: 568 x 438 mm; second state; tears long the margins, especially the top and the left; top and bottom right corners reinforced with paper, same for the fold in the middle; some soil along the margins; series discussed by Michael Bury, 'The Print in Italy 1550-1620', (London: The British Museum, 2001), no. 64.
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
Check availability:
2017-09-01 19:27:15
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.
2017-09-01 19:27:15
MACHIAVELLI, NICCOLO ( Nicolo Machiavelli ) :
No place or printer, 1550.. 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 Machiavellis 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
Check availability:
2017-08-25 18:39:52
1550. Holzschnitt- Landkarte v. Sebastian Münster aus "Cosmographia, Das Sechst buch der weldt", 1550, 12,5 x 15,8 cm. Dekorative Darstellung des afrikanischen Kontinents.- Rückseite mit Text. JPEG-Bilder auf Anfrage möglich. "Africa mit seinen besundern Ländern" / Africa with its special countries. Wood engraved map by Seb. Muenster published in "Das sechste Buch der weldt"/ the 6th book of the world in 1550. 12.5 x 15.8 cm. JPEG pictures upon request. Decorative depiction of the African continent.- Printed verso.
Bookseller: Gertraud Bracker [Weilheim i. Ob., Germany]
2017-08-24 22:55:36
LAMPRIDIO Benedetto - AMALTEO G.B.
Giolito,, Venezia, 1550. in-16 (mm.160x100), pp.84, leg. cart. dec. settecentesca. Marca tipogr. in legno al front. Capilett. animate inc. in xilogr. Rara raccolta di 50 elegie dedicate a vari personaggi, mentre la prima è dedicata a Cremona, città natale del Lampridio (Cremona 1478 - Mantova 1539) colto umanista letterato legato a Pietro Bembo. Fu anche dal 1536 alla corte di Mantova come precettore di lettere classiche di Francesco Gonzaga, forse su raccomandazione di Baldassare Castiglione, e la nomina a "praeceptor perpetuus" gli conferì la cittadinanza onoraria di Mantova, dove rimase fino alla morte (è sepolto in Sant'Andrea). Giambattista Amalteo invece è letterato veneto, originario di Oderzo (1525-1573), attivo a Roma dove partecipò alla fondazione dell'Accademia delle Notti Vaticane con lo psedonimo di "Sollecito". Rara cinquecentina in edizione originale per entrambi gli autori, ma pubblicata postuma nel caso del Lampridio e curata da Ludovico Dolce. Una lunga chiosa manoscritta di calligrafia antica accompagna al margine bianco il primo carme del testo. Belliss. esempl. [036]
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2017-08-24 13:32:12
BRUSANTINO, Vicentio.
(In fine:) Impresso in Venetia per Francesco Marcolini il mese di Dicembre M.D.L: (1550). in-4, ff.240, carattere corsivo italico su due colonne, impresa tipogr. sul titolo e in fine, numerose grandi iniziali silografiche figurate. Legatura 700sca mezza pelle, titolo e fregi oro al dorso. Edizione originale, dedicata a Ercole d'Este di questo poema cavalleresco in ottava rima, dedicato a Ercole d'Este, che ambiva continuare l'Orlando Furioso dell'Ariosto, riannodando alle vicende di Angelica, divisa da Medoro per intervento della maga Alcina, quelle di Ruggero e di Bradamante. Il Brusantino (Ferrara inizio XVI sec. - 1570), amico dell'Aretino, ebbe vita travagliata e trovò una sistemazione solo quando trovò adeguata protezione entrando nella corte di Ercole II d'Este. Assai raro testo poetico, in esemplare genuino. Melzi e Tosi, III, 101. Agnelli-Ravegnani, II, 205. Casali, 178. Passano 12. Brunet, I, 1302. Olschki, Chois, 18936. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-08-24 13:27:22
FRANCESCO MARCOLINI
MARCOLINI FRANCESCO, 1550. Seconda edizione delle Sorti del Marcolini: apparsa dopo dieci anni l'opera venne ripensata nella sua impaginazione, fornendo un sistema di consultazione e gioco semplificato, poiche' i responsi vengono inseriti subito dopo ogni singola sezione dei quesiti. Le silografie vengono fedelmente riutilizzate dall'edizione precedente ad eccezione del ritratto del Marcolini, che appare curiosamente invecchiato, e di sette nuovi legni della sezione dei filosofi che nell'edizione del 1540 erano invece ripetuti. Precede l'opera dedica a Ercole d'Este, duca di Ferrara (p. III) e proemio esplicativo ai lettori (pp. IV-V). Titolo, ad opera di Francesco Salviati, inciso da Marco Dente, raffigurante un gruppo di uomini e donne intenti a discorrere e a consultare il libro del Marcolini nel "Giardino di pensieri"; Al verso del titolo ritratto dell'autore a piena pagina racchiuso entro cornice architettonica sorretta da due cariatidi. Alle pp. VI-VII elenco dei 50 quesiti che si possono rivolgere al libro (suddivisi tra uomini, donne e per uomini e donne) e rimando alle 50 tavole relative. La prima sezione del libro contiene 50 silografie poste nella parte superiore del recto di ogni foglio raffiguranti immagini simboliche, vizi e virtu', accompagnate da 90 carte da gioco che circondano l'incisione e da altre 45 carte disposte nel verso della carta a fronte disposte a forma di croce. In base al responso delle carte il giocatore deve andare a consultare una delle cinquanta sezioni dei filosofi: nel margine superiore sinistro di ogni doppia pagina compere una silograf … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Sabraro Book [IT]
2017-08-23 21:45:26
Herberstain [Sigismund zu Herberstein];
In Venetia, In Venetia, per Gioan Battista Pedrezzano. Cum Privilegio del Illustries Senato Venetiano Peranni, MDL [], 1550. Zeitgenössischer oder etwas späterer Pergamenteinband, Rückenschildchen, 8°, 8 Bl, 90 paginierte Doppelseiten, 4 Bl, 1 kolorierte Titelillustration, 6 kolorierte Holzschnittillustrationen, 26 in Holz geschnittene Initialen; -Rückenschildchen etwas beschädigt, montierter Katalogausschnitt auf dem Vorsatz, Gelenke etwas angeplatzt, einige Seiten fleckenspurig, Karte fehlt. Herbersteins wichtiger, erster Bericht über seine Reisen nach Russland wurden 1549 zuerst in lateinischer Sprache veröffentlicht und dann hier in der italienischen Übersetzung in Venedig herausgebracht. Die Holzschnitte sind Nachschnitte der ersten Ausgabe von Augustin Horschvogel, sie zeigen Waffen, Kostüme und Trachten aus Rußland sowie Basil III., Großfürst von Moskau. [Orig.-Titel: Rerum Moscoviticarum Commentarii; dtsch.: Reise zu den Moskowitern]. Provenienz: Hamburger Privatsammlung.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Atlas, Einzelunternehmen [Hamburg, Germany]
2017-08-22 14:08:29
Waiblinger, Wilhelm
Orig.-Leinenbände mit SU, 682 / 859 / 792 / 797 / 1140 (5.1 und 5.2 durchgängig paginiert) / 1550 (Tagebücher durchgängig paginiert) Seiten, 8. Komplette Edition: sieben Bände in acht Büchern. Textkritische und kommentierte Ausgabe (1980-1993). Veröffentlichungen der deutschen Schillergesellschaft Band 34-39 und 45-46. Schutzumschläge etwas berieben und teilweise mit kleinen Randläsuren. Seiten papierbedingt leicht gebräunt. Sonst sehr gut erhaltene Exemplare. Band 1 (ISBN 3-7681-9917-7): Gedichte. Band 2 (ISBN 3-7681-9918-5): Erzählende Prosa. Band 3 (ISBN 3-7681-9919-3): Verserzählungen / Vermischte Prosa. Band 4: (ISBN 3-7681-9920-7): Reisebilder aus Italien. Band 5.1 (ISBN 3-7681-9921-5): Sämtliche Briefe. Band 5.2 (ISBN 3-7681-9950-9): Sämtliche Briefe / Textkritik und Kommentar / Lebenschronik. Tagebücher 1821-1826 Band 1 (ISBN 3-7681-9985-1): Hugo Thorwalds Lehrjahre - Erster bis Achter Teil. Tagebücher 1821-1826 Band 2 (ISBN 3-7681-9986-X): Akademische Jahre - Erster bis Zweiter Teil. Herausgegeben von Hans Königer.
Bookseller: nebenmond
2017-08-21 20:37:28
CORPUS IURIS CIVILIS].
Voll. 2 legati in 1, in-folio, leg. coeva in piena pergamena (mancanze e scuriture alle pergamena che riveste i piatti). Testi interamente impressi in rosso e nero. Danneggiate (con mancanze alla cornice del primo frontespizio e a poche parti di testo) le prime 6 carte del primo volume e le ultime 2 del secondo (in queste sono presenti alcuni fori nel campo del testo). Mancanza al margine bianco di c. B1 del primo volume e a c. l1 del secondo. Strappo senza mancanze a c. B2 del primo volume. Qualche alone. Due volumi d'una magnifica edizione del Corpus Iuris. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc [Firenze, Italy]
______________________________________________________________________________


      Home     Wants Manager     Library Search     563 Years   Links     Contact      Search Help      Terms of Service      Privacy     


Copyright © 2019 viaLibri™ Limited. All rights reserved.