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2020-08-06 14:22:47
ZENOI (Duco).
108859 ZENOI (Duco). Constantinopolis citi principale del gran Turcho. S.l, 1551. Dimensions: 15x20 Cm. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image. Très rare vue de Constantinople du seizieme siècle gravée sur cuivre. La gravure est due au cartographe Vénitien d'origine Greque, Domenicus Zenoi. L'espace maritime est décoré de nombreux vaisseaux. Les monuments et lieux principaux de Constantinople sont accompagnés de leurs noms. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-08-05 12:00:09
1551. Bitte schauen Sie in meine detaillierte Beschreibung, vielen Dank! Please look to my detailed description! Thank you! Anno 1551: Originale Zeichnung mit Portrait und eigenh. Widmung des Georg Fabricius (1516-1571) Achtung: Museumsstück! Historisch von unwiederbringlichen Wert!! Porträt des Georg Fabricius (1516-1571) mit gegabeltem Bart und Barett, aus dem Bild nach links blickend. In weichen, nicht besonders klaren Linien sind Barett, Bart und Renaissance-Gewand leicht verwaschen skizziert. In starkem Kontrast hierzu sind die Konturen von Augen, Brauen, Nase und Mund beinahe scharf, in jedem Fall aber sehr klar umrissen. Sie lassen keinen Zweifel an den physiognomischen Merkmalen des Mannes. Unterhalb der Zeichnung befindet sich eine fünfzeilige, in brauner Tinte geschriebene Inschrift, wie sie auf Porträts der Zeit oft zu finden ist. Die ersten beiden Zeilen sind ein in Latein verfasster Spruch von Fabricius, (Ich, im Alter von 35 Jahren) darunter eine weitere Zeile in Alt-Griechisch, gefolgt von zwei Zeilen mit Datumsangabe Anno 1551. Da die Bildunterschrift in der 1. Person Singular gehalten ist (meae ... vitae; Talis eram), zeigt, dass sie von Georg Fabricius selbst stammt; auch die Altersangabe passt genau auf Fabricius: Septem lustra = 35 Jahre; Fabricius ist 1516 geboren, war 1551 also 35 Jahre alt. Letztlich bestätigt der Schriftvergleich, dass es sich eindeutig um einen Autographen des Georg Fabricius handelt. Der Dargestellte kann somit als der protestantische Epigraphiker und Dichter Georg Fabricius identifiziert werden, der im Umfeld von Cranach, Luther u … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: punzinachtigall [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2020-08-01 20:21:02
1551. THE WORKS OF XENOPHON IN TWO VOLUMES: 1st) Xenophontis Philosophi Excellentissimi opera, quae quidem extant omnia. Doctissimorum hominum diligentia in Latinam linguam conversa. [Lyon] : Apvd Seb. Gryphivm Lvgdvni 1551 2nd) Xenophon Operum Tomus Secundus. Eorum Catalogum sequens continet pagella. [Lyon] : Apvd Seb. Gryphivm Lvgdvni 1551 1st vol. : 701, [3 blanks] pages in Latin (sig. a-z8, A-X8) ; 2nd vol. : 859, [35 (last two blanks)] pages in Latin (sig. aa-zz8, AA-ZZ8, Aa-Hh8, *-**8). Completes. 2 volumes in 16mo (7,5 x 12 cm). Contemporary bindings in full leather with ornaments on boards. Beautiful chiseled cuts. Bindings with lacks but still solid (see photo). Good conditions. First volume with light water stains more marked on final pages. Second volume with some pages browned and some water stains more marked on first and last pages. Notes: Printer's device on t.p. Italic type ; historiated initials. Includes "Index rerum memorabilium" in Tomus Secundus Cited in Adams X19 Cited in Baudrier, H.L. Bib. lyonnaise, VIII, 256. Contents: Xenophontis vita ex Raphaele Volaterrano. -- Filelfo, Francesco, trad. de : De Paedia Cyri (t. I, p. 5-384). -- Amaseo, Romolo, trad. de : De Cyri minoris expeditione (t. I, p. 384-701). -- Pirckheimer, Willibald, trad. de : De Rebus Graecorum (t. II, p. 11-331). -- Filelfo, Francesco, trad. de : De Republica, Agesilai laudes (t. II, p. 332-398). -- Bessarion, Jean, cardinal, trad. de : De Factis et dictis Socratis (t. II, p. 399-569). -- Bruni, Leonardo dit Aretino, trad. de : Apologia pro Socrate (t. II, p. 570-579). -- Leoniceno, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: savonarola1958 [Tradate, Italy]
2020-07-28 09:03:01
Vives, Joannes Ludovicus:
Lyon Jean Frellon, 1551. 8vo. (20) ff., 613 pp., (1) f., 1 blank. Late 17th c. calf, rubbed along edges, upper joint starting at foot. Leather defective at foot of spine. Gilt edges.- Estelrich 169; Adams V 948. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Dinter [Köln, Germany]
2020-07-23 13:06:08
CASTANHEDA, Fernão Lopes de (LOPES DE CASTAÑEDA).
“220” [= 225], [6], [1 blank] ll.First edition in Spanish of an essential source for any study of Portuguese India, first published in Portuguese at Coimbra in 1551, here including the author's prologue and the publisher's dedication to the Spanish historian Luis de Ávila y Zuniga (ca. 1490-ca. 1560) in Rome. It is the first of eight "books", often published as separate volumes, on the history of Portuguese voyages of discovery and military conquests in India. It was written by Fernão Lopes de Castanheda (ca. 1500-1559), born in Santarém, north of Lisbon. As a young man he accompanied his father, a judge at Goa, to India and probably the Moluccas, living there from 1528 to 1538. During that decade he collected information about Portugal's exploration and conquests in India, from both documentary and oral sources and from events and circumstances he witnessed himself. In that way he amassed an extraordinary knowledge on the subject, much of it not available in any other source. On his return to Portugal he took a minor administrative post at the University of Coimbra and began writing his monumental history. The present first book covers the history to 1505. Its first edition, in Portuguese, is extremely rare, supposedly because it caused great offense to King João III and other prominent figures in Portugal. As a result, Castenheda had to rewrite it and most sets of the eight books in Portuguese include his revised 1554 edition of book I. The present first Spanish edition follows the 1551 edition, so that it gives us the author's uncensored views that were suppressed in mos … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 06:12:37
[ULLOA, Alfonso de].
[7], [1 blank], 88, [4] ll.Second edition (first dated), of Alfonso de Ulloa's account of the Siege of Tripoli (1551), the Battle of Djerba (1560) and the Great Siege of Malta (1565): a series of conflicts between a large Christian Mediterranean Alliance and the Islamic Ottoman Empire for control of the Mediterranean. The Ottomans attacked and took Tripoli (modern day Libya) in 1551, held since 1530 by the Christian military order known as the Knights Hospitaller. A powerful naval force was sent to recapture Tripoli in 1560, but that force was defeated near the island of Djerba. The climax of the conflict was the Great Siege of Malta, when the Ottomans unsuccessfully attacked the island defended by the Knights Hospitaller, whom they had earlier defeated at Tripoli.With early 19th-century manuscript bibliographical note on flyleaf. First few leaves foxed (especially the title-page, which has some stains as well), some occasional minor spots and the edges of a few leaves slightly tattered. A good copy. Binding rubbed along the extremities, otherwise very good.l Gay 1494; Palau 343401; Göllner 1134; not in Blackmer; Atabey.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 06:12:10
ZENOI (Duco).
108859 ZENOI (Duco). Constantinopolis citi principale del gran Turcho. S.l, 1551. Dimensions: 15x20 Cm. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image. Très rare vue de Constantinople du seizieme siècle gravée sur cuivre. La gravure est due au cartographe Vénitien d'origine Greque, Domenicus Zenoi. L'espace maritime est décoré de nombreux vaisseaux. Les monuments et lieux principaux de Constantinople sont accompagnés de leurs noms. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-07-23 05:43:47
[MARITIME LAW].
[8], 158, [8]; [22], [2 blank] pp.Ad 1: enlarged and corrected edition of a collection of texts regarding maritime law. The work incorporates two other works with their own differently dated title-pages, but they belong to the edition, with the three always published together. It contains the laws of Wisby, the laws of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V of 1551, the laws of Philip II of Spain of 1563 (including articles on the equipment of ships, the rights of sailors and merchants, and insurance), the laws of the Hanse, and the regulations of the city of Amsterdam (including regulations for voyages to Rotterdam, Utrecht, Antwerp, Rouen, London and Hamburg). It was first published in 1532 and followed by numerous editions well into the 18th century.Ad 2: enlarged edition of a merchant's guide on the insurance of ships and merchandise at sea by Quintyn Weytsen, and here enlarged and corrected by the Dutch legal scholar Simon van Leeuwen. It was first published in 1617, followed by several editions, and was translated into Latin, French and Italian. With two library stamps. Two small chips in general title-page, not approaching the text. Binding slightly soiled. Good copy.l Ad 1: STCN (7 copies); cf. Cat. NHSM, p. 941-944; ad 2: STCN (6 copies); cf. Cat. NHSM, p. 942-943; Kress 841, 2407, 3093 & S.1384.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-18 19:51:05
Platonis Opera omnia divini - Basilea 1551 Libro con copertina in pergamena, nervature al dorso, presenta evidenti abrasioni in costola e ai margini, altre lievi ai piatti, macchie sparse anche sul taglio. All'interno frontespizio in nero, risulta di dimensioni minori rispetto al testo, capilettera in nero, bruniture e fioriture sparse. Altri difetti presenti all'interno: prima bianca parzialmente slegata, parte di testo del frontespizio cancellato, fori di tarlo in due punti diversi nelle prime pagine, intaccano leggermente il testo, pieghe agli angoli su diverse pagine del tomo, sottolineatura a pag.417 Pag. frontespizio + 5 + 952 + 48 indice Dimensioni: 34x24 cm ca. AP/01/2020/7 Condizioni come da foto, per ulteriori informazioni o immagini contattare prima di effettuare un'offerta. Grazie. CONDIZIONI GENERALI DI VENDITA Le spedizioni avvengono esclusivamente via posta raccomandata o corriere postale. In nessun caso spediamo per posta ordinaria, nemmeno per ordini di importo esiguo, tenetene conto se desiderate acquistare oggetti di basso prezzo. Le spese per ogni spedizione,SOLO PER L'ITALIA, indipendentemente dall'importo complessivo dell'ordine, sono calcolate al momento dell'aggiudicazione, e comunque possono essere comprese tra i 6.50 e gli 14,50 euro (per spedizioni fino a massimo 2,00 Kg). Per spedizioni superiori a 2,00 Kg e massimo fino a 20 Kg. l'importo di spedizione sarà di euro 20,00 euro. I costi di spedizione sono validi fino a modifiche di nuove tariffe da parte delle Poste Italiane o del Corriere. Un adeguato imballo è sempre compreso nel contributo rich … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Collezionando1998 (collezionando.firenze) [firenze, FI, Italy]
2020-07-17 17:43:23
1551. Codicis domini Justiniani sacratissimi Principis ex repetitu praelectione Libri Novem Priores... Lyon, Hugonem à Porta et Antonium Vincentium, 1551; fort in 4, reliure plein cuir de l'époque très usée. Intérieur en bon état excepté 3 pages d'index avec déchirures parfois avec manques. Petits trous de vers sur plusieurs pages en fin d'ouvrage surtout, sans gravité. Bien complet des deux planches dépliantes. Superbe impression en rouge et noir. VOIR LIEN PHOTOS CI-DESSOUS:Description en photos ici: https://photos.app.goo.gl/B5ibgoMfhvrSGsjNA.
Bookseller: livresducomte [Bourg en Bresse, France]
2020-07-17 06:50:06
1551. THE WORKS OF XENOPHON IN TWO VOLUMES: 1st) Xenophontis Philosophi Excellentissimi opera, quae quidem extant omnia. Doctissimorum hominum diligentia in Latinam linguam conversa. [Lyon] : Apvd Seb. Gryphivm Lvgdvni 1551 2nd) Xenophon Operum Tomus Secundus. Eorum Catalogum sequens continet pagella. [Lyon] : Apvd Seb. Gryphivm Lvgdvni 1551 1st vol. : 701, [3 blanks] pages in Latin (sig. a-z8, A-X8) ; 2nd vol. : 859, [35 (last two blanks)] pages in Latin (sig. aa-zz8, AA-ZZ8, Aa-Hh8, *-**8). Completes. 2 volumes in 16mo (7,5 x 12 cm). Contemporary bindings in full leather with ornaments on boards. Beautiful chiseled cuts. Bindings with lacks but still solid (see photo). Good conditions. First volume with light water stains more marked on final pages. Second volume with some pages browned and some water stains more marked on first and last pages. Notes: Printer's device on t.p. Italic type ; historiated initials. Includes "Index rerum memorabilium" in Tomus Secundus Cited in Adams X19 Cited in Baudrier, H.L. Bib. lyonnaise, VIII, 256. Contents: Xenophontis vita ex Raphaele Volaterrano. -- Filelfo, Francesco, trad. de : De Paedia Cyri (t. I, p. 5-384). -- Amaseo, Romolo, trad. de : De Cyri minoris expeditione (t. I, p. 384-701). -- Pirckheimer, Willibald, trad. de : De Rebus Graecorum (t. II, p. 11-331). -- Filelfo, Francesco, trad. de : De Republica, Agesilai laudes (t. II, p. 332-398). -- Bessarion, Jean, cardinal, trad. de : De Factis et dictis Socratis (t. II, p. 399-569). -- Bruni, Leonardo dit Aretino, trad. de : Apologia pro Socrate (t. II, p. 570-579). -- Leoniceno, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: savonarola1958 [Tradate, Italy]
2020-07-17 06:19:24
ZENOI (Duco).
108859 ZENOI (Duco). Constantinopolis citi principale del gran Turcho. S.l, 1551. Dimensions: 15x20 Cm. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image. Très rare vue de Constantinople du seizieme siècle gravée sur cuivre. La gravure est due au cartographe Vénitien d'origine Greque, Domenicus Zenoi. L'espace maritime est décoré de nombreux vaisseaux. Les monuments et lieux principaux de Constantinople sont accompagnés de leurs noms. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-07-14 09:19:02
Peurbach, Georg von
Petrum de Nicolinis Sabiensis & Melchioris Sessae, 1551. Vellum. Sm. 8vo. ff.40. Fine woodcut on title and text with 48 large and small woodcut diagrams. Final verso with the cat & mouse woodcut device of Sessa. Early vellum, rear hinge neatly repaired. Both covers with pinhole worming, which does not go into the text. Some old soiling to the bottom margin of the final leaves. Very good. Perhaps the most popular textbook on planetary theory in its day. The editions edited by Peter Apian begin in 1528. The 1551 edition is uncommon, not in Adams or BL Italian STC. OCLC currently records 7 copies, 4 in the U. S.
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-07-11 10:55:56
BEMBO, Pietro.
Lutetiae Paris Ex officina Michaelis Vascosani. FIRST PARIS PRINTING 1551 of the Aldine edition printed in the same year, Latin text, approximately 235 x 150 mm, 9¼ x 6 inches, large folding table dated 1539, LACKING A SECOND FOLDING TABLE, woodcut headpieces and initials, leaves: [20], 311, [1]; collation: [fleuron]6 ([fleuron]6 blank), A-B4, C6 (C6 blank), A- C8, D-Z8, Aa-Qq8 (Qq8 blank), bound in full early calf, decorative gilt border to both covers, gilt raised bands, richly gilt in compartments, gilt lettered brown morocco label, all edges red. A few minute puncture holes to spine caused by excess pressure when gilt tooling, 1 or 2 minor marks to covers, armorial bookplate of William Constable, F.R.S., F.A.S., (1721-91), an 18th century naturalist and scientist, a few small brown smudges to title page, neat signature at top, another larger in the middle, a few tiny pale ink splashes to margin of page 188, small piece torn off lower corner of Ccv and Mm7, no loss of print, many early small neat scholarly Latin marginalia in old ink, a few neat underlinings, small pale stain to a few margins, early mss notes on final blank. A very good clean copy. The folding table in our copy contains an Epitome of the History of the Republic, a 5 line text by Joannes Boschaeus (Jean Du Bosc), and a complete list of the Doges up to 1539. At the foot is printed "Parisiis, Ex officina Michaelis Vascosani, 1539". Adams, European Books 1501-1600, Volume I, B598; Brunet, I, 767. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: Firs … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2020-07-10 07:10:08
1551. Fort volume in-4, sans page de titre, 1509 pages, reliure très usée, une déchirure importante à l'index avec manque sinon bon état intérieur (minuscules galeries parfois) Texte imprimé en rouge et noir. Bien complet de la planche dépliante. VOIR LIEN PHOTOS CI-DESSOUS. TRES RARE OUVRAGE de 469 ans!Description en photos ici: https://photos.app.goo.gl/byzybwn8vEhgLveP6.
Bookseller: artemisland [Bourg en Bresse, France]
2020-07-08 21:30:37
ZENOI (Duco).
108859 ZENOI (Duco). Constantinopolis citi principale del gran Turcho. S.l, 1551. Dimensions: 15x20 Cm. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image. Très rare vue de Constantinople du seizieme siècle gravée sur cuivre. La gravure est due au cartographe Vénitien d'origine Greque, Domenicus Zenoi. L'espace maritime est décoré de nombreux vaisseaux. Les monuments et lieux principaux de Constantinople sont accompagnés de leurs noms. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-07-08 14:14:22
JESUITS - BRAZIL - INDIA].
1551. [8], 1-280, 273-286 [= 294], [2 blank] ll.A collection of letters by Jesuit missionaries, covering the years 1551-1558. After the preliminaries (*1-8: title, approbations by Pope Pius IV and the Duke Carolus Berengus, Tramezzino’s dedication to Vittoria Farnese dalla Rovere, and contents), follow letters by Mastro Gasparo (Ormuz, 1551-52), Manuel da Nobrega (Brazil, 1552), from Pernambuco (Brazil), by Emanuel di Morales (India, 1551), Baldassar Nugnez (Regno di Tranancor, 1548), Henrico Enriquez (Bombay, 1548), from Goa (1551), by Christophoro Ribero, Nicolao Lancilotto da Caulano (1552), Melchior Gonzalez (Cochin, 1551), Anonio Gomez (Cochin, 1550), Francisco Xavier (Japan: 2 letters), Francesco Perez (Malacca, 1549), Giovan d'Abra (Malucco, 1549), Baldassar Gago (1553), Melchior Nugnez (on his journey from Goa to Japan, 1554), Pietro d'Aliacena (Goa, 1554) Fernando Mendez (Malacca), Baldassar Diez (Goa, 1555), Antonio Fernandez and a letter about his death by Vincenzo Petera (1554), an extensive account of the conditions in China written to Melchior Nugnez at Malacca, Aeres Brandon (Goa, 1554-56), Antonio di Quadros (Goa, 1555), Gonzalo Rodriguez (Goa, 1555), Pietro Correa (S. Vincensio, 1554), Ambrosio Perez (Brazil, 1555), Duarte di Silva (Bongo, Japan, 1555), Baldassar Gago (Firando, 1555), Melchior Nugnez (China, 1555), Luigi Frois (Malacca, 1555-56), Gonzalo di Silvera (Cochin, 1557), etc.First half with wormholes (skilfully repaired but sometimes with loss of some letters), title somewhat soiled, with an erased owner's inscription, but still a fair copy.l Adam … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2020-07-07 06:28:49
ZENOI (Duco).
108859 ZENOI (Duco). Constantinopolis citi principale del gran Turcho. S.l, 1551. Dimensions: 15x20 Cm. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image. Très rare vue de Constantinople du seizieme siècle gravée sur cuivre. La gravure est due au cartographe Vénitien d'origine Greque, Domenicus Zenoi. L'espace maritime est décoré de nombreux vaisseaux. Les monuments et lieux principaux de Constantinople sont accompagnés de leurs noms. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-07-04 21:30:19
Soccini Bartolomeo
Excudebat Petrus Fradin, Lugduni, 1551. Habes lector studiose, hoc in volumine quartam partem Consiliorum excelsi iuris utriusque luminis D. Bartholomaei Socini a proprio autoris originali excerpta, ac diligenter revisam per eximium doctorem D. Ioannem Thomam Stradellam Pontremulensem - Cum summarijs quibusuis consilijs antepositis: necnon cum tabula quotata per numeros & folia & nouissime in lucem per ipsum eximium doctorem calchographis tradita pro uniuersali omnium studentium utilitate - In folio - pp.174 (numerazione solo sul recto) + 20 cc. nn. - Pergamena - Incisione al frontespizio, capilettera - Tagli spruzzati, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Testo su due colonne - Libro usato
Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl [San Gregorio di Catania, CT, Italy]
2020-07-04 14:26:31
1551. Bitte schauen Sie in meine detaillierte Beschreibung, vielen Dank! Please look to my detailed description! Thank you! Anno 1551: Originale Zeichnung mit Portrait und eigenh. Widmung des Georg Fabricius (1516-1571) Achtung: Museumsstück! Historisch von unwiederbringlichen Wert!! Porträt des Georg Fabricius (1516-1571) mit gegabeltem Bart und Barett, aus dem Bild nach links blickend. In weichen, nicht besonders klaren Linien sind Barett, Bart und Renaissance-Gewand leicht verwaschen skizziert. In starkem Kontrast hierzu sind die Konturen von Augen, Brauen, Nase und Mund beinahe scharf, in jedem Fall aber sehr klar umrissen. Sie lassen keinen Zweifel an den physiognomischen Merkmalen des Mannes. Unterhalb der Zeichnung befindet sich eine fünfzeilige, in brauner Tinte geschriebene Inschrift, wie sie auf Porträts der Zeit oft zu finden ist. Die ersten beiden Zeilen sind ein in Latein verfasster Spruch von Fabricius, (Ich, im Alter von 35 Jahren) darunter eine weitere Zeile in Alt-Griechisch, gefolgt von zwei Zeilen mit Datumsangabe Anno 1551. Da die Bildunterschrift in der 1. Person Singular gehalten ist (meae ... vitae; Talis eram), zeigt, dass sie von Georg Fabricius selbst stammt; auch die Altersangabe passt genau auf Fabricius: Septem lustra = 35 Jahre; Fabricius ist 1516 geboren, war 1551 also 35 Jahre alt. Letztlich bestätigt der Schriftvergleich, dass es sich eindeutig um einen Autographen des Georg Fabricius handelt. Der Dargestellte kann somit als der protestantische Epigraphiker und Dichter Georg Fabricius identifiziert werden, der im Umfeld von Cranach, Luther u … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: punzinachtigall [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2020-07-03 16:54:40
1551. Pour voir une vidéo sur YouTube où je présente ce livre : cliquer ici Charles de BOVELLES [ou Bouelles] Géométrie practique composée par le noble philosophe maistre Charles de Bouelles et par luy reveue, augmentée et grandement enrichie. Paris, Regnaud Chaudière, 1551 Troisième édition de ce manuel de géométrie pratique. L'illustration est d'Oronce Finé, qui a aussi supervisé l'impression. Elle se compose de 157 bois gravés. Les plus jolis bois se trouvent dans les derniers feuillets : ils illustrent des problèmes de mécanique, montrent des machines hydrauliques, des balances, des charrettes, des cloches, des bâtiments et les proportions du corps humain. Encadrement gravé sur la page de titre, le verso est occupée par un avis : "Au lecteur. Amy lecteur qui cherche les mesures..." et trois bois gravés d'instruments de mesure. Nombreuses lettrines à fond criblé. Cette édition est augmentée de 16 bois gravés sur la première donnée par Simon de Colines en 1542. Dans les gravures nouvelles, on remarquera un moulin à vent susceptible d'être dirigé dans le sens du vent et deux alphabets, reproduits p. 64, où toutes les lettres peuvent facilement se réduire "au quarré & au rond." Parmi de très sérieux problèmes de géométrie, on trouve p. 63 un poème facétieux sur le "ramon" ou balai, comme instrument de punition. On voit par ce poème, que Charles Bouelles aimait aussi s'éloigner de ses problèmes de mathématiques . Que nous dit il ? : "A housser cul sert le menu Des bons enfants criant bu bu Le manche à bien frotter les os Du gros varlet dessus son dos..." Housser le cul, c'es … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude (robinier) [Avignonet Lauragais, France]
2020-06-30 07:28:36
Olivier [Oliver] van Noort / B[enjamin] W[right] [engr.]
published in Amsterdam by Cornille Claessz [Cornelis Claesz (1551-1609)]., c1602. hand-coloured copper engraving, on full page with text, laid down on paper, with professional restorations, some stains on text and image, with text on verso. EXTREMELY RARE. A dramatic view from van Noort's book "Description du penible voyage fait entour de l'universe ou globe terrestre..." First (?) French edition of this classic exploration narrative published in Amsterdam by Cornille Claessz [Cornelis Claesz (1551-1609)]. This is the story of the fourth ship (and the first Dutch one) to circumnavigate the world (1598-1601), after Magellan, Drake, and Cavendish. It is the translation of the original "Beschryvinghe vande voyagie om den geheelen werelt cloot", published in 1602. In November and December 1600, Oliver van Noort (1568-1611) occupied the area around Corregidor Island. His ships 'Mauritius' and 'Eendracht' were engaged in pirate activities on the commercial traffic sailing to and from Manila. The Spanish dispatched a party to engage van Noort at Corregidor, which resulted in a battle fought on December 14, 1600. Plate shows the sinking Spanish flagship of Antonio de Morga, the 'San Diego" and its drowning crew off Manila Bay near Fortune Island; it was retrieved only 1992-1995 as nobody suspected the battle area to extend this far South of Manila Bay. Reference: UNRECORDED French edition - not in Quirino, Pardo de Tavera and Phillips; book: Borba de Moraes, page II:103&617; Tiele 806. European Americana 610/79 (different imprint); Sabin 55436&55438. Howgego N37; Suarez, Shedding … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-24 20:48:39
Justinian I, Emperor of the East
1551. A Collection of Texts from the Corpus Juris Civilis in Handsome Uniform Contemporary Paneled Pigskin Bindings Justinian I [483-565 CE], Emperor of the East. Accorso, Francisco (Accursius) [c.1182-c.1260], Glossator. Gaius [Active 130-180 CE]. Institutionum D. Iustiniani Sacratissimi Imperatoris Libri Quatuor: Ad Vetustissimorum Simul et Emendatissimorum Exemplarium Fidem Summa Diligentia Recogniti, Emendati. Cum Scholiis Accursii. Adiecimus Pluribus Locis Annotationes ex Doctissimorum Hominum Commentariis, Ex Quibus non Parum Lucis ac Dignitatis his Iuris Civilis Elementis Accedit. Accessit Corpus Legum, Antea non Impressum, Ac Caii Institutionum Libri Duo. Lyon: Apud Hugonem a Porta, 1553. Pp. [24], 290, [2] pp. Large woodcut image of Justinian surrounded by his court. Main text in parallel columns with linear gloss. [Bound with] Justinian I, Emperor of the East. Accorso, Francisco (Accursius), Glossator. Volumen hoc Complectitur (Sic Enim Peculiari Vocabulo Vocant) Novellas Constitutiones Iustiniani Principis Post Repetitam Codicis Praelectionem Aeditas: Authentica Vulgo Appellant. Tres Item Posteriores Libros Codicis; Feudorum seu Beneficiorum Duos; Constitutiones Friderichi Secundi Imperatoris; Extravagantes duas Henrici Septimi Imperatoris; & Tractatum De Pace Constantiae. Omnia ad Vetustissimorum Simul & Emendatissimorum Exemplarium Fidem Recognita, Emendata. Accesserunt nunc Primum, & Nunquam Antehac Aediti, Iustiniani Novellarum Constitutionum Libri Duo, Cum Multis Annotationibus ex Doctissimorum Hominum Commentariis, Quae non Parum Lucis ac Dignitatis Huic Vo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2020-06-22 16:04:04
Rupert of Deutz
Arnold Birckmann, Leuven, 1551. A near very good useable copy of this sixteenth century volume. In early binding with leather spine, 4 raised bands and gilt decoration, gilt titles on red leather label; brown paper covered boards; engraved decorative bookplate on front pastedown. Birckmann's device on t.p., within architectural frame, with name of printer on slab. Same device on the last page of the volume. The whole in crisp good clean condition. Full title; "Ruperti abbatis Tuitiensis, uiri undecunque doctissimi, summique inter ueteres theologi, Libri XLII. De operibus sanctae Trinitatis, cum luculentissimis capitulorum argumentis, cunctisque scripturarum locis, nunc demum diligenter recogniti & pristinae integritati restituti. Tresprimi Commentariorum Libri, Patri in diuinis attribuuntur: triginta subinde, Filio: Reliqui uero IX. sancto Spiritui. Librorum ordinem ac numerum, Folium sequens indicabituersa indicabit" Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" Tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rickaro Books BA PBFA [Wakefield, United Kingdom]
2020-06-18 22:49:38
Cicero 106 B.C.-44 B.C.
Coloniae : Apud Viduam Marini Gymnici, 1551. With numerous early interlinear glosses and marginalia across fourteen pages, a few of the annotations rather extensive. Beyond working through grammar and syntax--and there is plenty of that--the scattered use of first-person pronouns suggests more personal engagement with the text. Responding to the editor's summary of a letter to Nigidius Figulus on p. 134, for example, our annotator begins, "recordabor bene" ("I will remember well..."). On p. 133, he notes in the margin, "I will better move myself toward these ways" ("Incia[m] mihi conversatione[m] eoru[m]"). ¶ Ownership inscription on title page of Franz Christoph Khevenhüller, Graf zu Frankenburg (1588-1650), a published historian (Annales Ferdinandei) and official of high rank during the Thirty Years War.Gymnich first issued his edition of Cicero's Epistolae ad familiares in 1538, including, as here, the commentary of Philipp Melanchthon. Also includes notes by Christoph Hegendorph (Hegendorf) and Gisbert Longolius (Gilbert de Longueil), which Gymnich added to his 1542 edition. ¶ Cicero's Epistolae ad familiares easily ranks as one the most popular and influential works of the early modern West, and certainly one of the most frequently assigned in school. "Written rather than oral texts, apparently personal and informal rather than public and theatrical, these offered the student a vast range of models of prose rather than the highly formal one of Cicero's oratory. They also seemed more appropriate models for young men whose future tasks would involve far more document … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-18 21:46:09
Valla, Lorenzo und Thomas Linacre:
Luduni, Apud See Gryphium. 8°, 522 (36) Seiten, Original-Ledereinband der Zeit - guter Zustand - 1551. c98377 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 400
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2020-06-15 10:36:17
JORIS, David.
T'Wonder-boeck: waer in dat van der wereldt aen versloten gheopenbaert is.[Vianen, printed by Dirck Mullem and distributed via a merchant in Emden, 1584]. 4 parts in 1 volume. Folio. With a half-page engraving of the Lamb of God in part 1, a spectacular full-page engraving of the nude bride of Christ in part 3 (by Hieronymus Wierix) and an engraved landscape with the way to eternal life in the sky in part 3. Blind-tooled calf over wooden boards (ca. 1645), each board in a panel design with three ornamental rolls, 2 brass clasps and catchplates with engraved decoration. [9 of 10], 125, [3]; [5 of 6], 164, [2]; [4], 50, [2]; [2], 34, [1], [1 blank] ll. Second edition of David Joris's famous Wonderboeck (Book of miracles), extensively revised and enlarged by the author in 1551 but not printed until almost thirty years after his death. One of the most important and most extensive works of the well-known Dutch Anabaptist David Joris, it was revered like a Bible by his followers. The present second edition was not only extensively revised and expanded but also took on a new graphic form, Dutch textura types rather than the German fraktur, rotunda and schwabacher types of the first edition, and most of the larger woodcuts were replaced by engravings made for this edition. The stunning full-page bride of Christ by Hieronymus Wierix, a nude female figure, winged and crowned with a sword and a heart in her hands and two captive serpants and a skeleton at her feet, is a high point of the engraver's art. Lacking 2 leaves, each containing only an illustration, and with a small piece of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-10 14:31:17
JORIS, David.
T'Wonder-boeck: waer in dat van der wereldt aen versloten gheopenbaert is.[Vianen, printed by Dirck Mullem and distributed via a merchant in Emden, 1584]. 4 parts in 1 volume. Folio. With a half-page engraving of the Lamb of God in part 1, a spectacular full-page engraving of the nude bride of Christ in part 3 (by Hieronymus Wierix) and an engraved landscape with the way to eternal life in the sky in part 3. Blind-tooled calf over wooden boards (ca. 1645), each board in a panel design with three ornamental rolls, 2 brass clasps and catchplates with engraved decoration. [9 of 10], 125, [3]; [5 of 6], 164, [2]; [4], 50, [2]; [2], 34, [1], [1 blank] ll. Second edition of David Joris's famous Wonderboeck (Book of miracles), extensively revised and enlarged by the author in 1551 but not printed until almost thirty years after his death. One of the most important and most extensive works of the well-known Dutch Anabaptist David Joris, it was revered like a Bible by his followers. The present second edition was not only extensively revised and expanded but also took on a new graphic form, Dutch textura types rather than the German fraktur, rotunda and schwabacher types of the first edition, and most of the larger woodcuts were replaced by engravings made for this edition. The stunning full-page bride of Christ by Hieronymus Wierix, a nude female figure, winged and crowned with a sword and a heart in her hands and two captive serpants and a skeleton at her feet, is a high point of the engraver's art. Lacking 2 leaves, each containing only an illustration, and with a small piece of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-09 01:07:14
1551. THE WORKS OF XENOPHON IN TWO VOLUMES: 1st) Xenophontis Philosophi Excellentissimi opera, quae quidem extant omnia. Doctissimorum hominum diligentia in Latinam linguam conversa. [Lyon] : Apvd Seb. Gryphivm Lvgdvni 1551 2nd) Xenophon Operum Tomus Secundus. Eorum Catalogum sequens continet pagella. [Lyon] : Apvd Seb. Gryphivm Lvgdvni 1551 1st vol. : 701, [3 blanks] pages in Latin (sig. a-z8, A-X8) ; 2nd vol. : 859, [35 (last two blanks)] pages in Latin (sig. aa-zz8, AA-ZZ8, Aa-Hh8, *-**8). Completes. 2 volumes in 16mo (7,5 x 12 cm). Contemporary bindings in full leather with ornaments on boards. Beautiful chiseled cuts. Bindings with lacks but still solid (see photo). Good conditions. First volume with light water stains more marked on final pages. Second volume with some pages browned and some water stains more marked on first and last pages. Notes: Printer's device on t.p. Italic type ; historiated initials. Includes "Index rerum memorabilium" in Tomus Secundus Cited in Adams X19 Cited in Baudrier, H.L. Bib. lyonnaise, VIII, 256. Contents: Xenophontis vita ex Raphaele Volaterrano. -- Filelfo, Francesco, trad. de : De Paedia Cyri (t. I, p. 5-384). -- Amaseo, Romolo, trad. de : De Cyri minoris expeditione (t. I, p. 384-701). -- Pirckheimer, Willibald, trad. de : De Rebus Graecorum (t. II, p. 11-331). -- Filelfo, Francesco, trad. de : De Republica, Agesilai laudes (t. II, p. 332-398). -- Bessarion, Jean, cardinal, trad. de : De Factis et dictis Socratis (t. II, p. 399-569). -- Bruni, Leonardo dit Aretino, trad. de : Apologia pro Socrate (t. II, p. 570-579). -- Leoniceno, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: savonarola1958 [Tradate, Italy]
2020-06-06 03:29:02
1551. This is a large lot of Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) 3.0 & 3.5 roleplaying books along with a few third-party books. The books generally have only very minor handling wear to the covers and occasional price stickers, and all are free of interior markings/writing/highlighting/etc. All have spines firmly intact. Please see photos for further details as the items pictured are the items you will receive. This lot includes: ~Dungeon Master's Guide 3.0 (ISBN: 0-7869-1551-X) ~Monster Manual 3.5 (ISBN: 0-7869-2893-X) ~Monster Manual II (ISBN: 0-7869-2873-5) ~Psionics Handbook (ISBN: 0-7869-1835-7) ~Unearthed Arcana (ISBN: 0-7869-3131-0) ~Deities and Demigods (ISBN: 0-7869-2654-6) ~Epic Level Handbook (ISBN: 0-7869-2658-9) ~Arms and Equipment Guide (ISBN: 0-7869-2649-X) ~Defenders of the Faith (ISBN: 0-7869-1840-3) ~Masters of the Wild (ISBN: 0-7869-2653-8) ~Song and Silence (ISBN: 0-7869-1857-8) ~Stronghold Builder's Guidebook (ISBN: 0-7869-2655-4) ~Sword and Fist (ISBN: 0-7869-1857-8) ~Tome and Blood (ISBN: 0-7869-1845-4) ~Complete Arcane (ISBN: 0-7869-3435-2) ~Complete Scoundrel (ISBN: 0-7869-4152-0) ~Races of the Dragon (ISBN: 0-7869-3913-3) ~Races of Stone (ISBN: 0-7869-3278-3) ~Races of the Wild (ISBN: 0-7869-3438-7) ~Fiendish Codex I: Hordes of the Abyss (ISBN: 0-7869-3919-2) ~Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting (no map included) (ISBN: 0-7869-1836-5) ~Magic of Faerun (ISBN: 0-7869-1964-7) ~Player's Guide to Faerun (ISBN: 0-7869-3134-5) ~Lords of Darkness (ISBN: 0-7869-1989-2) ~Monsters of Faerun (ISBN: 0-7869-1832-2) ~Shadows of the Last War (ISBN: 0-7869-3276-7) ~AEG Publish … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-04 09:09:03
Camerarius, Joachim
1551. Basel, Johann Herwagen, 1551. Folio. 21 (von 22) nicht nummerierten Bl. (es fehlt das Titelblatt), 498 Spalten, (20) Bl. Etwas späterer Halbpergamentband mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. VD 16 C 371. – Adams C 416. – Wellcome I, 1221. – Griechischer Geist 87. – Ein anatomisch-medizinisches griechisch-lateinisches Fach- und Begriffslexikon, angelegt nach den Gliedern des menschlichen Körpers. – Titelblatt fehlt. Erstes und letztes Blatt fleckig und gebräunt. Vorsatz beschrieben. Einband beschabt, Kanten bestossen.
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2020-06-03 06:33:18
ZENOI (Duco).
108859 ZENOI (Duco). Constantinopolis citi principale del gran Turcho. S.l, 1551. Dimensions: 15x20 Cm. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image. Très rare vue de Constantinople du seizieme siècle gravée sur cuivre. La gravure est due au cartographe Vénitien d'origine Greque, Domenicus Zenoi. L'espace maritime est décoré de nombreux vaisseaux. Les monuments et lieux principaux de Constantinople sont accompagnés de leurs noms. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-06-02 22:17:07
BOCCACIO, GIOVANI
Repario and Cesano, 1551. vellum. 393 pages. Engraved title page. Full vellum binding with red leather spine label. Thick 12mo [4.5x6.5cm]. Vellum shows soiling, edgewear and some stains. Front hinge cracked but binding sound. Spine label dulled and chipped. Most of the inside paste down pulled out leaving residue and border. Some rippling to rear pastedown. Title page foxed, otherwise clean with mild toning. Good. Boccacio's first major work, preceding the DeCameron. A retelling of the 12th Century French romance. In Italian.
Bookseller: ezra9 [Eugene, Oregon, United States]
2020-06-02 16:16:05
Musculus, Wolfgang
Basel, Johann Herwagen, 1551. (12) 1676 (118) p. 18th century Vellum, Folio (Several single wormholes in the text and margins until page 60, front hinge of the binding split and/or restored at the ends. With some annotations with references in the margins, mostly at the end of the work by an old hand, small bookplate on the front-pastedown of W. Jackson. First edition of this Biblical commentaries on the book of Psalms by south German Reformer Wolfgang Musculus (1497-1563). Musculus was one of the foremost commentators on Scripture in the age of the Reformation. During his career he published ten biblical commentaries among which this extensive volume on the 150 Psalms, being his largest exegetical work. His exegetical writings were reprinted multiple times and translated in various languages during the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. The commentary on the Psalms was one of Musculus' popular, going through six Latin editions by the end of the century along with another published in 1618.) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
2020-05-30 09:19:07
1551. Bitte schauen Sie in meine detaillierte Beschreibung, vielen Dank! Please look to my detailed description! Thank you! Anno 1551: Originale Zeichnung mit Portrait und eigenh. Widmung des Georg Fabricius (1516-1571) Achtung: Museumsstück! Historisch von unwiederbringlichen Wert!! Porträt des Georg Fabricius (1516-1571) mit gegabeltem Bart und Barett, aus dem Bild nach links blickend. In weichen, nicht besonders klaren Linien sind Barett, Bart und Renaissance-Gewand leicht verwaschen skizziert. In starkem Kontrast hierzu sind die Konturen von Augen, Brauen, Nase und Mund beinahe scharf, in jedem Fall aber sehr klar umrissen. Sie lassen keinen Zweifel an den physiognomischen Merkmalen des Mannes. Unterhalb der Zeichnung befindet sich eine fünfzeilige, in brauner Tinte geschriebene Inschrift, wie sie auf Porträts der Zeit oft zu finden ist. Die ersten beiden Zeilen sind ein in Latein verfasster Spruch von Fabricius, (Ich, im Alter von 35 Jahren) darunter eine weitere Zeile in Alt-Griechisch, gefolgt von zwei Zeilen mit Datumsangabe Anno 1551. Da die Bildunterschrift in der 1. Person Singular gehalten ist (meae ... vitae; Talis eram), zeigt, dass sie von Georg Fabricius selbst stammt; auch die Altersangabe passt genau auf Fabricius: Septem lustra = 35 Jahre; Fabricius ist 1516 geboren, war 1551 also 35 Jahre alt. Letztlich bestätigt der Schriftvergleich, dass es sich eindeutig um einen Autographen des Georg Fabricius handelt. Der Dargestellte kann somit als der protestantische Epigraphiker und Dichter Georg Fabricius identifiziert werden, der im Umfeld von Cranach, Luther u … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-28 04:04:59
Justinian I, Emperor of the East
1551. An Attractive Collection of Texts from the Corpus Juris Civilis with Contemporary Annotations Justinian I [483-565 CE], Emperor of the East. La Porte, Hugues de, Compiler. Vincent, Antoine, Compiler. Volumen: Complectitur hoc Volumen (Sic Enim Peculiari Vocabulo Vocant) Novellas Constitutiones Iustiniani Principis Post Repetitam Codicis Prelectionem Editas, Authentica Vulgo Appellant, Tres Item Posteriores libros Codicis, Feudorum seu Beneficiorum Duos, Constitutiones Friderici II. Imper., Extravagantes Duas Henrici II. Imper. & Tractatum de Pace Constantiae.... Lyon: Apud Hugonem a Porta, & Antonium Vincentium, 1551. [xx], 359, [1], 226, [2], 145, [3] pp. Main text in parallel columns, glosses in margins. [Bound with] La Porte, Hugues de, Compiler. Vincent, Antoine, Compiler. Institutiones: Imperatoris Semper Maximi Divi Iustiniani Elementa Civilis Facultatis Prima ac Velut Iuris Ipsius Candidatorum Nutritiae Cunae, Cum his Haud Dubie Omnibus, Quae Etiamnum Coeundi, Simulque Excudi Contigit. Diectis Praeterea ad Marginem Observationibus Annotationibusque.... Lyon: Apud Hugonem a Porta, & Antonium Vincentium, 1551. [xxxviii], [2], 383, [1] pp. Woodcut folding table of consanguinity. Main text in parallel columns, glosses in margins. Folio (9-1/2" x 6-1/2"). Seventeenth-century speckled sheep, gilt spine with raised bands and lettering piece, gilt tooling to board edges, speckled edges to text block, marbled pastedowns. Light rubbing and light scuffing to boards, minor worming to rear board, moderate rubbing to extremities, small chip to head of spine, corners bumped … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-26 06:33:58
ZENOI (Duco).
108859 ZENOI (Duco). Constantinopolis citi principale del gran Turcho. S.l, 1551. Dimensions: 15x20 Cm. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image. Très rare vue de Constantinople du seizieme siècle gravée sur cuivre. La gravure est due au cartographe Vénitien d'origine Greque, Domenicus Zenoi. L'espace maritime est décoré de nombreux vaisseaux. Les monuments et lieux principaux de Constantinople sont accompagnés de leurs noms. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-05-25 05:49:58
DOMENICHI, Lodovico (1515-1564)
Venezia: Gabriel Giolito di Ferrarii e Fratelli, 1551. SECONDREVISEDEDITION(the first was printed by Giolito in 1549) of the first title. 8vo. (8), 275, (1) leaves. With the printer's device on the titlepage and at the end. (Bound with:) FRANCO, Niccolò (1515 -1570) DIALOGO ... DOVE SI RAGIONA DELLE BELLEZZE. 8vo, 120 leaves. With the printer's device on the title -page. Venezia, Antonio Gardane, 1542. Bound in contemporary limp vellum, later added title labels on spine, a few tiny wormholes in the first three leaves of the second work and on the inner margins of the first work, some very light dampstains, but a very good copy. Bookplate of plate of Franz Pollack, Parnau. See Erdman 29 for the first edition of the Domenichi. The two works bound together. In Lodovico Domenichi's dialogues, the female speaker, Violante Bentivoglio, thanks God exclaiming that finally a man undertook to defend the female sex when one of the male speakers begins to argue for female superiority. It's an exception to the rule when the author permits female speakers to develop forceful argumentations in defense of their own sex (L. Prelipcean, Dialogic Construction and Interaction in Lodovico Domenichi's 'La nobiltà delle donne', in: "Renaissance & Reformation", 39/2, 2016, pp. 61.- Of great interest is the fifth dialogue, inwhicharelistedcontemporarywomen (from Italy and France) noteworthy for their beauty, virtue or learning (e.g. Laura Terracina) with short biographical details. Domenichi's work was strongly influenced by … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-24 07:02:03
DOMENICHI, Lodovico (1515-1564)
Venezia: Gabriel Giolito di Ferrarii e Fratelli, 1551. SECOND REVISED EDITION (the first was printed by Giolito in 1549) of the first title. 8vo. (8), 275, (1) leaves. With the printer's device on the titlepage and at the end. (Bound with:) FRANCO, Niccolò (1515 -1570) DIALOGO ... DOVE SI RAGIONA DELLE BELLEZZE. 8vo, 120 leaves. With the printer's device on the title -page. Venezia, Antonio Gardane, 1542. Bound in contemporary limp vellum, later added title labels on spine, a few tiny wormholes in the first three leaves of the second work and on the inner margins of the first work, some very light dampstains, but a very good copy. Bookplate of plate of Franz Pollack, Parnau. See Erdman 29 for the first edition of the Domenichi. The two works bound together. In Lodovico Domenichi's dialogues, the female speaker, Violante Bentivoglio, thanks God exclaiming that finally a man undertook to defend the female sex when one of the male speakers begins to argue for female superiority. It's an exception to the rule when the author permits female speakers to develop forceful argumentations in defense of their own sex (L. Prelipcean, Dialogic Construction and Interaction in Lodovico Domenichi's 'La nobiltà delle donne', in: "Renaissance & Reformation", 39/2, 2016, pp. 61.- Of great interest is the fifth dialogue, in which are listed contemporary women (from Italy and France) noteworthy for their beauty, virtue or learning (e.g. Laura Terracina) with short biographical details. Domenichi's work was strongly infl … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-24 07:02:03
DOMENICHI, Lodovico (1515-1564)
Gabriel Giolito di Ferrarii e Fratelli, Venezia, 1551. 8vo. (8), 275, (1) leaves. With the printer's device on the titlepage and at the end. (Bound with:) FRANCO, Niccolò (1515 -1570) DIALOGO . DOVE SI RAGIONA DELLE BELLEZZE. 8vo, 120 leaves. With the printer's device on the title -page. Venezia, Antonio Gardane, 1542. Bound in contemporary limp vellum, later added title labels on spine, a few tiny wormholes in the first three leaves of the second work and on the inner margins of the first work, some very light dampstains, but a very good copy. Bookplate of plate of Franz Pollack, Parnau. See Erdman 29 for the first edition of the Domenichi. The two works bound together. In Lodovico Domenichi's dialogues, the female speaker, Violante Bentivoglio, thanks God exclaiming that finally a man undertook to defend the female sex when one of the male speakers begins to argue for female superiority. It's an exception to the rule when the author permits female speakers to develop forceful argumentations in defense of their own sex (L. Prelipcean, Dialogic Construction and Interaction in Lodovico Domenichi's 'La nobiltà delle donne', in: "Renaissance & Reformation", 39/2, 2016, pp. 61.- Of great interest is the fifth dialogue, in which are listed contemporary women (from Italy and France) noteworthy for their beauty, virtue or learning (e.g. Laura Terracina) with short biographical details. Domenichi's work was strongly influenced by Agrip- pa's De nobilitate et praecellentia foeminei sexu (1529), of which Giolito had published an Italian translation in 1544 (cf. F. Daenens, Superiore … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Second Life Books, Inc. [Lanesborough, MA, U.S.A.]
2020-05-22 22:52:02
1551. Bitte schauen Sie in meine detaillierte Beschreibung, vielen Dank! Please look to my detailed description! Thank you! Anno 1551: Originale Zeichnung mit Portrait und eigenh. Widmung des Georg Fabricius (1516-1571) Achtung: Museumsstück! Historisch von unwiederbringlichen Wert!! Porträt des Georg Fabricius (1516-1571) mit gegabeltem Bart und Barett, aus dem Bild nach links blickend. In weichen, nicht besonders klaren Linien sind Barett, Bart und Renaissance-Gewand leicht verwaschen skizziert. In starkem Kontrast hierzu sind die Konturen von Augen, Brauen, Nase und Mund beinahe scharf, in jedem Fall aber sehr klar umrissen. Sie lassen keinen Zweifel an den physiognomischen Merkmalen des Mannes. Unterhalb der Zeichnung befindet sich eine fünfzeilige, in brauner Tinte geschriebene Inschrift, wie sie auf Porträts der Zeit oft zu finden ist. Die ersten beiden Zeilen sind ein in Latein verfasster Spruch von Fabricius, (Ich, im Alter von 35 Jahren) darunter eine weitere Zeile in Alt-Griechisch, gefolgt von zwei Zeilen mit Datumsangabe Anno 1551. Da die Bildunterschrift in der 1. Person Singular gehalten ist (meae ... vitae; Talis eram), zeigt, dass sie von Georg Fabricius selbst stammt; auch die Altersangabe passt genau auf Fabricius: Septem lustra = 35 Jahre; Fabricius ist 1516 geboren, war 1551 also 35 Jahre alt. Letztlich bestätigt der Schriftvergleich, dass es sich eindeutig um einen Autographen des Georg Fabricius handelt. Der Dargestellte kann somit als der protestantische Epigraphiker und Dichter Georg Fabricius identifiziert werden, der im Umfeld von Cranach, Luther u … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: punzinachtigall [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2020-05-21 20:18:11
Del Rio [auch: Delrio], Martin
1551. 4 (36 x 24 cm), gestochenes Titelbl., 25 Bl. Zueignung u. Inhaltsverz. etc., 468 S. mit einigen Vignetten u. Initialen, 10 Bl. Elenchus Locorum u. Elenchus Auctorum, 18 Bl. Repertorium Generale, Neue HLdr. m. gold. Rückenpräg., Titelbl. neu aufgezogen u. m. winzigen Randverlusten, letzte Hälfte mit Wasserfleck im Bund oben, 1 Bl. mit Eckriss, 1 Eckabriss im Register (ohne Textverlust), 1 Bl. am Seitenrand eckknittrig, sehr vereinzelte Seiten etw. druckschwach, tlw. an den Stegen min. stockfl. allg. gutes Ex. (Die S. 325 bis 336 und 342 f. fehlpaginiert.) Caillet 2967. Zweispaltiger Druck. Das Titelblatt zeigt elf Abbildungen aus dem Buch Exodus, gestochen/gezeichnet von J. de Fornazeris. - Martin Anton Delrio SJ, lateinisch Martinus Antonius Delrius, spanisch Martín Antonio del Río, französisch Martin Antoine del Rio (1551 in Antwerpen - 19. Oktober 1608 in Löwen) war ein Jesuit spanischer Herkunft, der insbesondere als Hexentheoretiker hervortrat, sowie Jurist und Philologe. - Delrios Hauptwerk sind die Disquisitionum magicarum libri sex. Dieser Hexentraktat wurde von 1599 bis 1600 in drei Teilen gedruckt. Obwohl das Werk über 20 Auflagen erlebte (der letzte Nachdruck wurde 1755 in Köln veranstaltet), beschränkte sich seine Wirkung auf den des Lateinischen mächtigen Teil der Gesellschaft, insbesondere den Klerus. Delrio lieferte mit dieser Schrift ein annähernd umfassendes Kompendium aller wichtigen, bisher erschienenen Hexentraktate, darunter der Hexenhammer und das Werk von Jean Bodin. Damit lieferte er seinen Lesern zugleich ein umfassendes Bild der Entwicklung d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2020-05-21 06:34:20
ZENOI (Duco).
108859 ZENOI (Duco). Constantinopolis citi principale del gran Turcho. S.l, 1551. Dimensions: 15x20 Cm. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image. Très rare vue de Constantinople du seizieme siècle gravée sur cuivre. La gravure est due au cartographe Vénitien d'origine Greque, Domenicus Zenoi. L'espace maritime est décoré de nombreux vaisseaux. Les monuments et lieux principaux de Constantinople sont accompagnés de leurs noms. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-05-20 01:09:04
Parisiis : Apud Galeotum a Prato, 1551. Pope Leo X visited Bologna from 8 December 1515 through 18 February 1516, where he held negotiations with King Francis I of France. Their talks resulted in the abrogation of the French Pragmatic Sanction and the conclusion of a new Concordat between the Papacy and France, the Concordat of Bologna (1516). The groundwork was laid in a series of personal meetings of king and pope in Bologna, 11-15 December 1515. The concordat was signed in Rome on 18 August 1516. This book was published in Parisiis in 1551 by Galliot du Pre' (Galliotus a Prato), a 16th century Parisian bookseller, with the permission of King Henry II of France. The book in Latin with an alphabetical index. The book has been re-cased in black leather with marbled liner prior to 1933 It is in good condition. Title on the spine in gilt reads, Concordat entre Leon X et Francois I, or The Agreement Between Leon X and Francis. Condition issues: The right upper corner missing from the title page, as shown in the photographs. All pages of the original 16th century body of the book are clean, there are two names and minimal notes on the fly leaf pages. Please inspect the photographs carefully before purchase, and do email any questions to cnestatesales@earthlink.net
Bookseller: CN Estate Services [United States]
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2020-05-18 16:59:16
AUGUSTINIANS
Rome: Antonio Blado, 1551. 18th-century vellum over boards, flat spine and blue morocco label gilt, yellow edges. First Edition. These articles governed every aspect of the lives of the members of the Hermits of St. Augustine (est. 1256).  This splendid folio has five main parts. The first gives the Rule with the commentary of Hugh of St. Victor (d. 1141). Second are the fifty-three guidelines, or Constitutions (1290), which concern, i.a., the administration of the Order, the conduct and daily routines of its members, BOOKS FOR THE CHOIR, grounds for expulsion, care of the sick, PENALTIES FOR FORGING OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS, and so on. Third is the beautiful liturgical calendar. Fourth are instructions for the Mass with the Ordinary and its music. Last is Onofrio Panvinio's tabular chronicle of the Order.  This luxurious volume ranks among Blado's earliest music books. It is certainly the most impressive. I have located two examples in the U.S. A good copy (a few blank margins with a pale stain, the first two blank lower margins neatly supplied). ¶Fumagalli & Belli, Catalogo delle edizioni...di Antonio Blado 122; EDIT16 CNCE 472.
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-17 14:51:09
INTERIANO Paolo
Lucca,: per Lo Busdrago, 1551. Lucca, per Lo Busdrago, 1551. In-16 gr. (mm. 197 x 148), p. pergam. settecentesca, tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli gialli, 233 cc.num., compreso il bel frontespizio inquadrato in ricca cornice figurata, con stemma di Genova, inc. in rame; grande marca tipografica al verso dell’ultima carta. Rara "prima edizione" di questa interessante storia di Genova. Paolo Interiano, storico e astronomo genovese, tratta dettagliatamente delle origini delle città e ne descrive tutte le vicende storiche fino al 1506. I primi 4 libri sono dedicati alla storia di Genova fino al 1400, “fino a quando la città nella grandezza sua si mantenne” - dal quarto all’ottavo (e ultimo libro) l’esposizione dell’Interiano riguarda le vicende dal 1400 al 1506, vicende che si svolsero “poco felicemente” per la città. Cfr. Adams, I-146 - Lozzi,I, p. 347: “Raro, e ora assai ricercato anco dai collettori di libri antichi sull’America, contenendo in fine sotto il titolo "Glorie di Cristoforo Colombo" i cenni biografici di lui e quelli della scoperta del nuovo mondo”. Frontespizio corto al marg. infer., alone all’angolo infer. bianco su 5 cc., altrim. fresco esemplare ben conservato, su carta distinta.
Bookseller: Bottega delle occasioni [Italy]
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2020-05-16 06:32:13
CHARISIUS, Flavius Sosipater. late 4th century
Basle: H. Froben and N. Episcopius, 1551. Late 16th-century gilt-ruled green morocco (spine faded, small ink spot), GILT ARMS OF JACQUES AUGUSTE DE THOU in the center of both panels, the manuscript cote Soubise in the upper right corner of the front panel. Second Edition of this basic Latin grammar. Georg Fabricius (1516-71) edited the text and corrected numerous errors in the first printing (1531). Particularly valuable for its source identification, the work was composed in Constantinople and the text rediscovered by book hunter J.A. Parrhasius (1470-1534) at Bobbio in a 7th/8th-century manuscript (now Codex Neapolitanus IV A/8).  From the library of the French statesman, historian and bibliophile J.-A. de Thou (1553-1617), then of his heirs who sold the printed books en bloc to J.-J. Charron, marquis de Ménars (1643-1718); he in turn sold en bloc to Card. Gaston de Rohan (1674-1749), whence by inheritance to Charles de Rohan, prince de Soubise (1715-87). With the bookplates of the Euclid bibliographer Charles Thomas-Stanford (1858-1932) and of the refined Argentine collector of early books Eduardo J. Bullrich (1895-1951); initials of Robert Birley. In nice condition. ¶Schweiger, Handbuch der...lateinische Schriftsteller I: 102; Sandys, A History of Classical Scholarship I: 35; VD 16 C 2059; Brunet I: 1802.
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-14 06:28:29
ZENOI (Duco).
108859 ZENOI (Duco). Constantinopolis citi principale del gran Turcho. S.l, 1551. Dimensions: 15x20 Cm. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image. Très rare vue de Constantinople du seizieme siècle gravée sur cuivre. La gravure est due au cartographe Vénitien d'origine Greque, Domenicus Zenoi. L'espace maritime est décoré de nombreux vaisseaux. Les monuments et lieux principaux de Constantinople sont accompagnés de leurs noms. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-05-07 14:34:09
ZENOI (Duco).
108859 ZENOI (Duco). Constantinopolis citi principale del gran Turcho. S.l, 1551. Dimensions: 15x20 Cm. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image. Très rare vue de Constantinople du seizieme siècle gravée sur cuivre. La gravure est due au cartographe Vénitien d'origine Greque, Domenicus Zenoi. L'espace maritime est décoré de nombreux vaisseaux. Les monuments et lieux principaux de Constantinople sont accompagnés de leurs noms. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques plis légers et une miniscule déchirure sur la marge en bas de l'image.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-05-06 07:04:47
Plutarco - Plutarchus
per Comin Da Trino di Monferrato, 1551. Perduto il frontespizio
Bookseller: Libreria Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [Italy]
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