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2014-09-25 15:29:47
Montanus, Giovanni Battista da.
Vienna, Aegidius Adler f. Franz Emerich, 1552. - 4to. (156) pp. Disbound. "Mainly an elucidation of part of the second book of the Prognostica of Hippocrates" (Durling). From fol. O1r onwards, this contains Emerich's treatise "an urinarum vel pulsum observatio certiores notas salutis vel mortis medico praebeat". The Verona physician Giambattista da Monte (1498-1551) was one of the most famous practical medical men of his time (cf. Hirsch IV, 271). - Insignificant edge defects to final leaf; a clean and wide-margined copy. Very rare; no copy in the trade since 1950 internationally. VD 16, M 6260 (E 1053). Durling 3256 (not: "[2], 52 ll."). Wellcome 4410 (not: "86 ll."; Emerich's "Oratio de re medica" is a separate work). Not in Waller.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
2014-09-08 10:27:29
CASAS, Bartholomeo de las.
Alden & Landis 657/17; Medina BHA,1085n; Sabin 11247. Third edition of the Italian translation by Marco Ginammi, with new dedicatory material, of the famous defense of the rights of Indians and condemnation of the Spanish cruelties in the West Indies and South America written by Bartolomé De Las Casas. The first edition of the 'Tratado... sobre la materia de los Yndios', the sixth of the famous Nine Tracts relating to Indian rights was published in Seville, 1552. Bartholomeus de Las Casas (1474-1566), priest in San Domingo from 1510, and bishop of Chiapa, Mexico from 1544 to 1550, was a warm defender of Indian rights against the Spanish oppression. With vigour, he took actions against slavery and colonisation of the Indians and intended to transport black slaves from Africa to replace the weaker Indians, but the Spanish colonists successfully obstructed these plans. The original Spanish text and the Italian translation are printed in two parallel columns. The tract contains arguments citing judicial authority as well as scriptural reasoning as to why natives should be restored to freedom.Fine, uncut copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2014-08-09 19:22:01
MACROPEDIUS, Georgius.
Ad 1: STCN (2 copies); Typ. Batava 3285; USTC (4 copies, incl. same 2 copies); cf. Bibl. Belg. IV, p. 12; ad 2: this edition not in Belg. Typ.; Bibl. Belg.; USTC; ad 3: cf. Belg. Typ. 8269 & 8677; Vandeweghe, p. 238. Ad 1: Very rare first edition of Macropedius's Adamus, a popular school drama on the history of mankind since the fall of man until the birth of Jesus. It later appeared in the equally rare collection of Macropedius's plays Omnes fabulae comicae, published by the same Utrecht publisher in 1552-1553.Macropedius's comedies and tragedies, inspired by the plays of Plautus and Terence, are outstanding specimens of Renaissance Latin school drama. These school dramas had an instructive function in humanistic education as well as the added advantage of familiarizing the pupils with Latin metrics and language through their participation in the performance.Ad 2: Unrecorded third or fourth (?) edition of a very popular collection of proverbs and sayings from Greek poets translated in Latin. The work was first published in 1540 (Paris), a second edition appeared in 1541 (Antwerp), another at the same time as the present (Paris, 1844), and numerous editions followed throughout the 16th century.Ad 3: Erasmus's catechetical poem Institutum hominis Christiani, (G1-4), Isocrates's Paraenesis ad Demonicum (G5v-H3v) with a preface by Erasmus referring to Agricola (G4v-5), and the Greek Dicta Periandri, explained by Erasmus (H3v-4), followed by the publisher's device (H4v). These are complete works extracted from an edition that included others before them. The large woodcut publi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-08-01 09:11:22
(Gesner, Konrad).
Basel, (Hieronymus Curio für Henric Peter, 1552).. Folio. Titel mit breiter Holzschnitt-Bordüre, Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schluß und einigen Holzschnitt-Init. 534 nn. Bll. Blindgepr. Schw.-Leder d. Zt. mit Streicheisenlinien und Rollenwerk (lädiert, fleckig beschabt, angestaubt, Schließen fehlen).. VD 16, G 1756. Adams G-548. Erfolgreiches Erstlingswerk des Universalgelehrten Conrad Gesner, das ihm Ruhm einbrachte. Die Erstausgabe erschien 1537 bei Johann Walder in Zürich. Er war es, der den erst 21-Jährigen ermunterte, das griechisch-lateinische Wörterbuch auf der Basis von Ambrosius Calepinus und auf der Grundlage von neuen Quellen zusammenzustellen. Die vorliegende Ausgabe erweitert von Johann Hartung. Conrad Gesner (geb. 1516 in Zürich; gest. 1565 ebenda; auch: Konrad Gessner) war Arzt, Naturforscher und Altphilologe. Er gilt als einer der berühmtesten und wichtigsten Naturforscher und Gelehrten der Schweiz. Er war nach dem Studium der Medizin erst Lehrer, später, ab 1537, Professor der griechischen Sprache in Lausanne und ab 1541 Professor der Physik. 1554 wurde er Oberstadtarzt in Zürich als Nachfolger des Handwerkschirurgen und Theatermachers Jakob Ruf. Der Höhepunkt seines Lebens war die Erhebung in den erblichen Adelsstand durch Kaiser Ferdinand I. 1564. Im Jahr darauf wurde der durch ständige Ãœberarbeitung geschwächte Gessner von der Pest dahingerafft.- Das vord. Vorsatzblatt rissig und lappig, sowie mit zeitgenöss. hs. Bes.-Vermerk und kleinem Bes.-Stempel. Das Titelblatt ebenfalls etw. rissig. Unterschiedlich gebräunt und braunfleckig, tlw. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-06-24 00:52:51
SANTAREM, Pedro de.
Venice: Balthazar Constantini, 1552. Small octavo, ff. 52, [7]; printer's device to title; a little light spotting in places, else a fine copy in recent vellum, ink lettering to spine. Housed in a black solander case. First edition of the first printed book on insurance. The work was frequently reprinted in the 16th century with Stracca's De Mercatura and further separate editions appeared well into the 17th, but the first edition is extremely rare, RLIN locating the Harvard copy only, to which OCLC adds another, at the University of Sassari, Italy. This legal treatise by the Portuguese lawyer, Pedro de Santarem (Petrus Santerna) is "a clear example of how a regulatory and juridical work may provide an answer to the practical needs of a historical period. The renewal of mercantile activities, the increasing number of vessels in transit, the poor conditions in which they sometimes sailed (poorly stowed or excessive cargo), the increasing frequency of shipwrecks arising human or natural causes, in short the uncertainty and unpredictability inherent in ocean crossings, fully justified the widespread, rationalised practice of an insurance activity" (Antonio Almodovar & Jose Luis Cardoso, History of Portuguese Economic Thought, 2002). Maritime insurance contracts predated Santarem's treatise, having been developed in the mid-14th century in Genoa, as well as Portugal. "Santarem laid down with remarkable precision the principal foundations of the assurance contract: that it is a contract drawn in complete good faith and that it is not a way for the assured to get rich, but only f … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-05-10 12:42:35
Lossius (Lotze), Lucas.
Frankfurt, Christian Egenolff d. Ä., (1552).. 429, (7) Bll. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln auf 3 erhabenen Doppelbünden mit 2 intakten Schließen. Hs. Rückenschildchen. Kalligraph. Schnittitel am Kopfschnitt. 8vo.. Erste Ausgabe der Erläuterungen zu den Sonntags-Episteln, eines der zahlreichen Lehrwerke, die Lossius zum Gebrauch am Lüneburger Gymnasium ausarbeitete. Wie alle Werke des Verfassers selten; dieses nicht im JAP. - Lossius (1508-82), Schüler und enger Bekannter Luthers und Melanchthons, kaum auf deren Empfehlung 1532 als Sekretär von Urbanus Rhegius nach Lüneburg; Hermann Tulich holte ihn 1533 an sein Gymnasium. "Vermutlich 1542 wurde Lossius Konrektor; er blieb es bis zu seinem Tode. In den Jahren 1540-42 erhielt er einen Ruf an die Universität Wittenberg, den er ausschlug. Um 1552 lehnte er einen Ruf als Professor der Theologie an die Akademie in Kopenhagen ebenfalls ab" (NDB XV, 202f.). Lossius' bleibendes Verdienst besteht insbesondere auf dem Gebiet der protestantischen Kirchenmusiktheorie. "Von ähnlich weitreichendem Einfluß waren auch seine Werke zur Kirchengeschichte. Die große Liste bedeutender Widmungsträger, denen Lossius seine Werke zueignete, die noch vorhandenen etwa 40 Briefe von ihm und ca. 300 an ihn zeigen, daß er zum Kreis der bedeutenden Humanisten des 16. Jh. gehörte" (ebd.). - Der gut erhaltene Einband zeigt innerhalb einer Jagdrolle (fliehender Hirsch und Hunde) ein Knospenstempelmuster im Binnenfeld, der innere Rahmen mit Rosettenstempelung. Zahlreiche Anstreichungen von zeitgenö … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2014-04-24 23:37:09
Petrarca, Francesco (Petrarch)
Venice: Domenico Giglio, 1552. Venice: Domenico Giglio, 1552. Hard cover. Very Good/A typical mid-century edition of Petrarch, with the humanist commentary of Alessandro Velutello, and woodcut illustrations of the Triumphs featuring allegorical figures of love, death, fame, and so on, in their chariots, surrounded by their attendants. In 1595, the literary critic Pope Clement VIII issued a ban on the three sonnets in which Petrarch likens Avignon (the Papal residence at the time). For several years, printers were forbidden from including them in editions of Petrarch’s Canzoniere, and it was expected that the sonnets would be eliminated from existing manuscripts and printed books. In this copy, an early owner complied by fiercly inking over each line and letter of those three sonnets. Interesting!. Octavo (15cm); [8], 317, [3] leaves. Woodcut device on title page, six woodcut illustrations, one at the head of each of the "Trionfi." Bound in early 20th century stiff vellum in period style (dated 1910), lettered in manuscript on spine. Text block mildly toned, but clean and free of blemishes, save the vigorous censorship of the three "Babylonian Sonnets," which are heavily crossed out in iron-gall ink, which has burned away some of the paper on two leaves (a milder example is shown in the Yale University Library's online "Petrarch Gallery," #7).
Bookseller: Rodger Friedman Rare Book Studio
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2014-04-06 12:47:30
Speed, John:
. John Speed, geboren 1552 in farndon, gestorben 1629 in London. Kartograph und Verleger.. Altkolorierter Original-Kupferstich von John Speed, Seite 17 und 18 aus "The Description of the Kingdom of Bohemia". Mit Titelkartusche, in der Kopfleiste 7 kolorierte Stadtansichten von Prag, Laun u. a. sowie in den Randleisten 10 Abbildungen zu Personen bzw. Trachten "Kinge", "Queene", "Marchant" u. a. Rückseitig Text in Englisch. Kupferstich gerahmt im vergoldeten Holzrahmen mit rückseitigem Sichtfenster. Maße Platte: 41,0 x 52,5 cm. Blattgröße: 41,5 x 54,5 cm. Rahmen: 52,5 x 62,0 cm. Wenig sichtbare Mittelfalz. Sehr gutes Exemplar. Colored original-copper engraving by John Speed from about 1626. Backside english text. Copper engraving framed in wooden frame, backside with viewing window. Measure plate: 41,0 x 52,5 cm. Measure sheet: 41,5 x 54,5 cm. Measure frame: 52,5 x 62,0 cm. Lightly visible middle fold. Fine condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR
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2014-03-30 19:29:50
BATHORY, Sigismund, Fürst von Siebenbürgen (1572-1613), eroberte 1595 die Walachei, trat 1598 vorübergehend das Fürstentum an Kaiser Rudolf II. ab
. An Alfonso Visconti (1552-1608), Bischof von Cervia, seit 1595 päpstl. Gesandter in Ungarn und Siebenbürgen, begleitete den Fürsten im folgenden Jahr zu Verhandlungen nach Prag). Über eine dringend erwartete Geldsendung. "Sigismundus Dei gratia Transyluaniae Moldauiae, Walachiae transalpinae et Sacri Romani Imperij Princeps, partium Regni Hungar[iae] dominus Siculorum Comes. ... Etsi ... antea quoq[ue] de pecuniarum S. D. N. ad nos transmissione scripsivimus: tamen cum plane oportunum tempus ear[um] usus nunc adsit. ... velit curare, ut quamprimum ad nos deferantur; interest enim nobis plurimum si eas nempestim acceperimus ...". Adressblatt mit gedecktem Siegel, Dorsalvermerk. Einzelne kleine Papiermängel.. SEHR SELTEN.
Bookseller: Wiener Antiquariat Ingo Nebehay GmbH
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2014-03-16 00:42:31
Firenzuola Agnolo
Firenze (Florence): Giunti, 1552. Firenze (Florence): Giunti, 1552. Early Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Very Good Condition. Early Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Later leather backed marbled boards. Old signature to title page, scattered light browning and foxing, heavier to endpapers. Printer's mark on title and final page. Bookplates of Leo Olschki and Bernadine Murphy. There was a Venice edition the same year. One of two comedies written by the celebrated Florentine, most famous for his "On the Beauty of Women" and his adaptation of The Golden Ass. The first edition was 1549 but less attractive and less accurate. 44 leaves. Adams F496; Graesse II, 584; Brunet II, 1269; Pettas 318. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Theatre & Plays; Inventory No: 043595.
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2014-03-03 15:16:45
Diodorus Siculus:
Lyon, Gryphius, 1552.. circa 12,8 x 8 cm. 1117 SS. mit Druckermarke Lyoneser Lederband d. Zt. mit Goldprägung auf dem Rücken und den Deckeln. Adams D 471; Baudrier VIII, 259; Hoffmann I, 560. Hübsche kleinformatige Ausgabe in dekorativem Einband. Lateinischer Text, druchgehend regliert. Am Ende alter Vermerk: "hic liber attinet ad me Claudium Coquard scholasticum Castllionensem 1643". - Etwas gebräunt, wenig fleckig, Einband bestossen, Rücken mit kleinen Restaurierungen, dennoch dekorativ.
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2014-03-01 21:29:35
Montanus, Giovanni Battista da.
Wien, Aegidius Adler f. Franz Emerich, 1552.. (156) SS. Geheftet. 4to.. "Mainly an elucidation of part of the second book of the Prognostica of Hippocrates" (Durling). Ab Bl. O1r Emerichs Abhandlung "an urinarum vel pulsum observatio certiores notas salutis vel mortis medico praebeat". Der Veroneser Mediziner Giambattista da Monte (1498-1551) "gehört zu den Vertretern der medicinischen Philologie des 16. Jahrhunderts und war einer der berühmtesten Praktiker seiner Zeit" (Hirsch IV, 271). - Letztes Blatt mit unbedeutenden Randläsuren; im ganzen sauber und recht breitrandig. Sehr selten; seit 1950 international kein Exemplar im Handel nachweisbar. - VD 16, M 6260 (E 1053). Durling 3256 (falsch: "[2], 52 ll."). Wellcome 4410 (falsch: "86 ll."; Emerichs beigebundene "Oratio de re medica" ist selbst. Werk). Nicht bei Waller.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2014-02-23 21:38:50
BEMBO, Pietro
Venezia, (Apud Gualterium Scottum, al colofon), 1552. 1552 In 8°, c.nn. 8, p. 398,cb;(2) 543, b, (24). Le lettere familiari appaiono qui nella prima edizione curata da Carlo Gualteruzzi. Bel marchio tipografico al frontespizio.Tracce di tarlo al margine interno di poche pagine, ma ottimo esemplare. Legatura coeva in pergamena con unghie. (Graesse, I, 33).
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marisa Meroni
2014-02-20 20:36:00
Vitruv, M. P. (u. Christi Geburt, vgl. Teuffel/Schw. I 621 ff Nr. 264 - dtv-Kl. Pauly V 1309 ff)
Lyon b. Joh. Tornaesius (Jean de Tournes) 1552 in 4to (24 x 17 cm).. Titelbl. mit Viper-Dr.-Marke u. Prismen-Marke in fine, viele große u. kleine Holzschn.-Init. a fonds cribles. Zahlreiche Zierleisten u. etwa 90 Holzschn. von Bernard Salomon (etwa 1510-1560, vgl. B IX 253 - Nagler Lex. XVI 82 ff - ThB XXIX 354). Einschl. Tit.: 8 ungez.Bl, 447, (1) pp u. 28 ungez. Bl, einsp. Dr. (Indices: 3-spalt.) m. vielen griech. Texteinschüben, vereinz. etw. braunfl. u. einige unbedeut. Wurmsp. (im Anfang). Zeitgenöss. flex. Pgtbd (leicht fleckig); im übrigen kplett u.wohlerhalten. - De Tournes-EA u. berühmte Provenienz: Dr.iur. Jo. Friedr. Heinr. Schlosser (1780-Frkf-1851, vgl. ADB 31/541 f - Buchb. IX 275), Freund Goethes u. der Neckar-Romantik. (v. Stift Neuburg aus), der mit Ehefrau Sophie du Fay 1814 in Wien zur kathol. Kirche konvertiert.- Cartier I p 339 Nr. 237 - Kat. B. Ebhardt (1918) p 71, 41 (Kollat. unbrauchbar) - Mortimer-French II Nr. 550 - Brunet V 1327 - Kat. Berl. Ornam. I p 240/1 Nr. 1813 - Re I Nr. 159 m. Abb. = Re Bu 15/15. - Weiter zu Vitruv: ThB XXXIV 433 ff - Nagler Lex. XII 383/84..
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2014-02-14 14:39:35
Bibliander, Theodor (= Buchmann, Th., 1504/09- 1564, Schweiz.ev.Theol., Bibelübers.u.Professor)
Basel 1552 bei Oporin in 8vo (16 x 10 cm). Einspalt. lat. Textdr., laufend mit griech. Worten durchsetzt, vereinz. Holzschn.-Init. Einschl. Tit.: 410, (2) pp, 1 f weiß. - Zeitgenöss. flex. Pgtbd m. schwarzem schriftl. Rtitel, in den Außenrändern wasserfl., sonst gut; lt. Notiz auf vorder. Vorsatz: Expl komme aus der Samml. Dr. Thommaso de Lucca mit Hinweis auf gedr. (Auctions-?) Katalog (wann? wo?) p '176 Zeile 13+14.- Es geht um das 'herausragendste opus' Theod. Biblianders, des Nachfolgers Zwingli's (1484-1531) in der theolog. Professur u. des Sprachgenies der Zürcher Kirche, nicht zuletzt wegen der lat. EA des 'Protevangelium Divi Jacobi' nach einem griech. Manuskript aus dem Orient, mitgebr. von Guill. Postel, u. von demselben in die lat. Sprache übersetzt. In dem brill. Widm.brief (pp 3-12) an Joh. Gast (um 1500-1552, vgl. DBE III 580 - Jöcher II 876), den Basler Pfarrer u. Freund, schildert er die Umst. seiner Arbeit u. stellt unmißverständl. klar, daß die lat. Übersetzung des 'Protevangeliums' von Postell, dem 'vir doctissimus', stammt, Oporin ihm die Arbeit vorgelegt habe u. er es für richtig befunden habe, noch einiges - mit kleinen Zusätzen - für die Studenten hinzu zu schreiben (transcribere annotatiunculis studiosis; Vorw. 6/7); dann folgt d. wissenschaftl. Bericht (censura et iudicium, pp 13-23) über das apocryphe Jacobs-Evg., darauf folgt der Textabdruck der Postell'schen lat. Übers. (pp 24-50), dann wird der lat. Text des kpl. Marcus-Evgl. wiedergeg. (pp 51-128), darauf folgt die v. Bibliander gefert. Vita des Evang. Marcus (pp 128-164) u. das separate Vorw. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-13 18:10:48
MAFFEI, Raffaelo
Lugduni Sebastianum Gryphium 1552. Folio. pp. [36], Cols. 1-1218, pp. [3]. With printer's device on title page. The colophon (verso of final leaf) reads "Sebastianus Gryphius excudebat Lugduni, anno M.D.LII." and contains a large woodcut griffin device. Dual column text with fine decorative initials. Several diagrams are included with the text illustrating Bound in full period vellum (rubbed). Title and shelf number are written on the spine in an early hand. An old ownership or institutional stamp is present on the title page, the second leaf, leaf T5, and also on the colophon page. Interior pages contain mild to moderate age-toning and periodic scattered foxing and spotting. Some pages are more uniformly toned. Raffaelo Maffei (1451-1522) was an Italian humanist, historian and theologian. His "Commentariorum urbanorum" (first published in 1506) is an encyclopedia of all subjects known at the time. The work is particularly notable for the importance given to geography and to biography. Maffei writes extensively on the discoveries of the Spanish and the Portuguese explorers including Christopher Columbus and the discovery of the New World (in this edition mentioned in column 368). The encyclopedia is divided into three parts: Part I. Geographica (in 11 books); Part II. Anthropologia (biography in 11 books) including lives of illustrious men, popes and emperors; Part III. Philologia (in 15 books) which discusses natural science (animals, plants, metals, gems, stones), grammar and rhetoric, mathematics, geometry, optics, astronomy, astrology, Aristotelian thought etc. [See Cat … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-12 13:16:29
Parisio, Pier Paolo
1552. Impressive (and Scarce) Collection of Consilia Parisio, Pier Paolo [1473-1545]. Prima [-Quarta] Pars Consili[orum] Petri Pauli Parisii Pontificii Caesareique Iur. Consultissimi, Ex Innumeris Quibus Scatebat Mendis, Olim Purgata, Nunc Vero Maiore Cura Pristino Candori Poenitus Restituta, Necnon Argumentis Locupletissimis Illustrata. Ac Praeter Locupletissimum Indicem Elementario Ordine Confectum, Accedunt Multa, Quae in Cocteris Voluminibus non Reperies, None Sine Maxima Studiosorum Utilitate. [And] Repertorium in Quatuor Volumi Consiliorum Petri Pauli Parisii. Venice: S.n., 1552. Five volumes, each with title page and individual pagination, bound in two books. Main texts in parallel columns. Folio (17" x 11-1/2"). Contemporary vellum, early repairs to spine of first volume using early manuscript leaf, early hand-lettered titles to spine and bottom edges of text blocks. Some soiling, edgewear and worming, pastedowns loose, hinges cracked or starting, a few partial cracks to text blocks. Title pages printed in red and black within impressive woodcut architectural frames, handsome large woodcut vignettes and decorated initials. Light soiling to title pages at beginning of each volume, minor edgewear to following few leaves. Toning, light browning and dampspotting in a few places, internally clean. * Second edition. With indexes. Parisio was a professor of law, later the Bishop of Nusco and an influential cardinal. These impressive volumes collect over 500 of his consilia on a variety of topics. Other editions were published in 1543, 1570-71, 1573, 1580 and 1593. All are … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-10 22:23:48
Sarpi Paolo, 1552-1623
Sarpi Paolo, ,. Sarpi Paolo 1552-1623, Opere, VI volumes, 1624-1685 Sarpi, Paolo, 1552-1623. SIX VOLUMES Opere del padre Paolo dell'ordine de'Servi. In Venetia, Appresso Roberto Meietti, 1677- Paolo Sarpi; Fulgenzio Micanzio Each work has separate pagination and special t.p. The title-pages are dated 1673-1677, irregularly. (vol. 1 has a general t.-p., vols. 2-6 collective half-titles only). Kl 8°, 15 cm. Vol. I. Vita del padre Paolo [da Fulgenzio Micanzio] ... 1677. Trattato dell'interdetto della santita di papa Paolo v. Composto da frà Paolo, dell'ordine de'Servi. Ed altri theologhi di sotto nominati. Pietr'Antonio ... f. Bernardo Giordano ... f. Michael'Agnolo ... f. Marc'Antonio Capello ... f. Camillo ... f. Fvlgentio ... 1673. Theologorvm venetorum Joan. Marsilii. Pauli Venti, fr. Fulgentii ad excommunicationis, citatiouis, & monitionis romanae, sententiam in ipsós latam responsio ... 1673. VOLUME II: Paolo da Venetia (Paolo Sarpi). Considerationi sopra le censure della Santita di Papa Paolo V. contra la serenissima Republica di Venetia. Venedig Meietti 1673. (Opere del Padre Paolo II,1). 141 pp., Trattato et resolutione sopra la validita delle scommuniche Jean Gerson, Paolo Sarpi Appresso Roberto Meietti, 1675, 42 pp., Apologia per l'oppositioni fatte dall'illustriss. & reuerendiss. signor cardinale Bellarmino alli trattati, & risolutioni di Gio. Gersone, sopra la validita delle scommuniche Paolo Sarpi Appresso Roberto Meietti, 1675, 332 pp.. VOLUME III: Discorso dell'origine, forma, leggi ed uso dell'ufficio dell'inquisitione nella citta e dominio di Vene … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat
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2014-02-10 18:44:06
. Holzschnitt v. Sebastian Münster n. Claudius Ptolemaeus aus Geographia Universalis Vetus et Nova ... b. Heinrich (Henri) Petri in Basel, 1552, 29,5 x 37,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Hellwig-Reiniger-Stopp 5.5. - Zeigt die Pfalz. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste. - Diese Karte jetzt zusätzlich mit allseitig fortlaufenden Koordinatennummern. - Zeigt den Rheinlauf von Straßburg bis Hammerstein mit dem Gebiet bis Luxemburg u. Lothringen
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2014-02-08 09:43:04
Robert Estienne/Stephanus (1503-59) Humanist, Drucker u. Hrsg, vgl. NBG XVI 480, 485 ff.
1552 (Genf - verlegt u. gedruckt - bei) Robert Estienne in 8vo (14,5 x 10 cm).. 2-spalt. nt-Bibeldr. mit kleiner Type im schmaleren Spalt zum Falz für die lat. Version u. mit größerer Type im breiteren Spalt jeweils z. Rand für die franz. Version, dazwisch. die erst im Vorjahr v. Drucker eingef. Verszähl., jeweils am Rand die Parallelverweisungen u. im Kopfbereich jew. der Name des Bibelbuches. Auf 3 Titelbl. befindet sich die kl. Steph.-Dr.-M. (Heitz 89 = Renouard MT 295 = Silvestre 958) mit dem Bibelwort (Röm. XI 20) 'Noli altum sapere' (sed time). Der Aufbau des NT gestaltet sich wie folgt: a) 16 ungez. Bl (*8 **8): Einschl. Tit., verso: Reihenf. der bibl. Bücher - Grußw. des Druckers 'herbeisehnend d. Herrschaft Jesu Christi' - Zusammenst. d. proph. Zeugnisse im AT auf Jesus Christus, 'das Ende des Gesetzes' - Die 'Summe' (Le Sommaire) d. AT u. NT. b) 235 (de facto: 234, a1=Bl 1 -weiß- fehlt) gez. Bl (a-z8 aa-ff8 gg3): Evgl. Matthaeus-Johannes. c) 68 gez. Bl (A-H8 J4): Acta apost. d) 152 gez. Bl (AA-TT8): Einschl. Tit., verso: weiß - es fehlen DD1+8+PP8, also d. 3 Textblätt. Nr. 25, 32 u. 120: Epist. Römer-Hebr. e) 61 gez. Bl (Aa-Gg8 Hh5): Kathol. Briefe-Apocal.; es geht weiter mit f) gez. Bl 62-88 (Hh6-8 Ll8) mit Abhdl. - einschl. Hinweis an den Leser - 'Recueil d'aucuns mots' u. dem 3-spalt. Sachverzeichn. (36 pp). g) 38 ungez. Bl (a-d8 e6 - nur wenigen Expl beigebunden, vgl. Chambers I Nr. 167 in fine=p 191) mit 2 separaten Abhdlgen: aa) Claire declaration du contenue au VT & NT 'Christ est la fin de la Loy', d. i. eine 'Summe' d. Christl. Glaubens, u. bb) Sommaires … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-08 00:20:33
Augustinus, Aurelius:
Venedig, Johannes Gryphius, 1552.. 3 Teile in 1 Band. 12°. 168 (4) Bl. Mit 1 Holzschnitt-Titelvignette, 1 ganzs. Holzschnitt und 1 ganzs. Holzschnittdruckermarke. Pergamentband der Zeit (fleckig und leicht verzogen).. Diese Ausgabe nicht bei Adams, Index Aurelianus und British Museum. - Mit handschr. Eintragungen auf Vorsatz und Titel. Rücken vom Buchblock gelöst und der vordere innere Falz angebrochen.
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2014-01-08 19:56:56
VITRUVIUS, MARCUS POLLIO. Edited by Guillaume Philander or Philandrier.:
Lugduni, apud Joan. Tornaesium, 1552.. omnibus omnium editionibus longe emendatiores, collatis veteribus exemplis. Accesserunt, Gulielmi Philandri Castilionii, civis Romani annotationes castigatiores, & plus tertia parte locupletiores. Adiecta est Epitome in omnes Georgii Agricolae de mensuris & ponderibus libros, eodem autoter, cum Graeco pariter & Latino indice lucupletissimo. FIRST JEAN DE TOURNES EDITION OF VITRUVIUS 1552, Latin text. 4to, approximately 235 x 155 mm, 9¼ x 6¼ inches, printer's device of vipers on title page, a different De Tournes device on verso final page, 83 woodcut illustrations, 1 folding plate of an inscription, portrait of Philandrier the editor on final page of prelims, arabesque headpieces to the 10 books and historiated initials throughout, pages: [16], 447, [57]- including index, bound in modern full blind panelled calf, raised bands, blind rules and gilt lettered morocco label to spine, all edges red, new endpapers. Small repair to inner edge of title page plus 2 ink names, pages lightly age-browned, tiny chip to fore-edge of 1 prelim page, small closed tear to 1 margin, repaired neatly, some early mostly neat ink marginal notes, some small corrections to text and a little neat underlining, a couple of small ink stains and smudges, text still easily legible, very light foxing to a few margins. A good tight copy. This edition published in Lyon by Jean de Tournes was the second edited by Guillaume Philandrier, the first was published in Strasbourg in 1550 as a 16mo. As the secretary to the bishop of Rodez the French humanist Philandrier, fr … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-23 17:48:20
COMMYNES Philippe de.
1552 - In-folio, veau brun granité du XVIIe siècle, dos à quatre nerfs, cloisonné et orné aux petits fers, encadrement "à la Duseuil" sur les plats, tranches jaspées, [6]-CLXIX-[4] feuillets, titre dans un encadrement gravé sur bois. (Quelques rousseurs éparses, petit manque marginal en pied du feuillet VI, le dernier feuillet portant l'achevé d'imprimer manque, une garde remplacée, grattage au titre.) Première édition de la version donnée par Denis Sauvage, imprimée par René Avril pour le compte des librairies Galliot du Pré et Jean de Roigny. Bien plus correcte que les précédentes, cette version fera autorité pendant près d'un siècle. Oeuvre morale et politique à l'usage des puissants, donnant un portrait pessimiste de l'homme et du prince, les Mémoires de Philippe de Commynes fixaient, avant Machiavel dont il est souvent proche, les règles de la résussite politique et l'art d'arriver à ses fins. Bel exemplaire, BRUNET II, 191. TCHEMERZINE, 462. 1272 g.
Bookseller: Librairie PICARD
2013-10-03 04:09:46
MUNSTER, Sebastian
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2013-09-29 16:34:53
MUNSTER, Sebastian
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2013-09-29 16:34:53
MUNSTER, Sebastian
Basel, 1552. unbound. Map. Uncolored woodcut. Image measures 11.5" x 14.75". Unusual early woodcut map of the Transylvanian Alps showing part of the Carpathian mountains, including part of Moldova, and Bulgaria. Features great mountain renderings as well as many rivers in this beautiful region including Olt, Mures and the Bistrita river. According to L. Grof, this map was based on Johannes Honter's 1532 map of the region which was the first separate issue map of the area. Professor Sebastian Munster (1488-1552) was a German cosmographer, humanist, theologian and scholar. This map was not in every edition of Munster's seminal work "Geographia Universalis" and is therefore extremely rare. Light scattered foxing and toning along original centerfold. Three worm holes near the top of the map and a stain in the title. Full original margins.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2013-09-21 05:21:54
BURCHIELLO DOMENICO.
Appresso i Giunti,, In Firenze, 1552. Cm. 15,5, cc. (8) 83 + 1 cb. Bel marchio tipografico al frontespizio e in fine all'opera del Burchiello, dalla carta 73 hanno inizio i "Sonetti" di Antonio Alamanni, che hanno frontespizio indipendente. Elegante carattere corsivo. Solida legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida con nervi passanti e titoli in oro impressi al dorso. Esemplare genuino e marginoso, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Prime carte di guardia fittamente manoscritte e con ex libris. Prima edizione di questa versione curata dal Lasca. Cfr. Gamba, 257: "Assai raro. ha a car. 54 un Sonetto. che manca nella ristampa dell'anno 1568, e non ha quelle lacune con puntini che s'incontrano in essa". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2013-08-23 14:36:53
PHINOT, Dominique ca. 1510-ca. 1556
Venice: Antonio Gardano. 1552. 3 volumes. Oblong quarto. Cantus, tenor and quintus parts, each a total of 20 leaves consisting of [i] (title with pictorial woodcut printer's device depicting a lion and a bear), 38 pp. typeset music printed in diamond-head notation, [1] (index). & & A collection of 27 motets for 5 voices. Provenance: The collection of André Meyer (1884-1974).& & Disbound. Slightly worn, browned and stained; some signatures detached; worming to small portion of blank upper margin of tenor part; small wormhole to blank outer margin of quintus part. . Lewis 173. RISM P2016 (2 complete copies only; one incomplete copy only in the U.S.). & & "A new edition" (see RISM P2015 [1547], Lyons: Godefroy and Marcellin Beringen). While the contents are the same, Gardano has changed the order of the motets. Lewis: Gardano, Vol. 2, p. 238. & & A Franco-Flemish composer, "Phinot was celebrated in his day for finely crafted five-voice motets such as Non turbetur cor vestrum, in which typically Netherlandish imitative counterpoint predominates... Writers such as Luis Venegas de Henestrosa, Cornelius Blockland and Pietro Pontio (Ragionamento, Parma, 1588) cited Phinot’s work as being worthy of emulation. Hermann Finck (Pratica musica, 1556) ranked him with Gombert, Crecquillon and Clemens non Papa, while Pietro Cerone (El melopeo y maestro, Naples, 1613/R) claimed that Palestrina composed in Phinot’s style." Roger Jacob in Grove online & & The Meyer collection, formed over a period of some 75 years, was one of the most important collections of printed music, music … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-08-16 19:38:02
apud Io. Antonium Castellionaeum impensis D. Io. Baptistae et fratrum de Serono,, Mediolani, 1552. In-folio (cm. 31), cc. (77) 162 (2) 164. Frontespizio con bella bordura decorativa e marchio tipografico centrale. Solida legatura del tempo in piena pergamena rigida con titoli ms. al dorso. Frontespizio un po' brunito e leggermente scentrato con rifilatura al margine destro. Qualche macchietta e nota ms. coeva, una lacuna al margine interno della carta D2 dove alcune lettere risultano completate a mano. Un piccolo indebolimento all'angolo inferiore delle ultime carte con qualche mancanza, peraltro esemplare assai marginoso e genuino. Due pagine ms. aggiunte tra le preliminari. Come riporta il censimento Iccu ed in tutti gli esemplari da noi confrontati i primi due quaderni d'indice si presentano ricomposti con carattere tipografico diverso dal resto dell'indice. La seconda parte presenta nell'autonomo occhietto il titolo "Novissima Mediolani statuta". Prestigiosa edizione degli statuti milanesi postillata da Catelliano Cotta. Non comune e ricercato. Cfr. Iccu; Sapori, 1922; Fontana II, 186. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2013-08-13 06:53:27
MAFFEI RAFFAELLO (Volerranus)
apud Seb. Gryphium,, Lugduni, 1552. Cm. 34,5, pp. (36) 1218 (colonne) + pp. (3). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio ed al verso dell'ultima carta, alcune figure in xilografia nel testo. Solida legatura antica in piena pergamena rigida ricoperta da un manoscritto, dorso a quattro nervi. Qualche arrossatura sparsa ma complessivamente bell'esemplare, genuino, marginoso, in buono stato di conservazione. Leggiadra edizione di questa celebre compilazione enciclopedica che rappresenta lo stato del sapere pre-rinascimentale in vari campi della scienza, della geografia e della medicina. I primi 13 capitoli trattano di geografia e nel tratto intitolato: "Loca nuper reperta" si parla di un viaggio di Cabral all'Insula S. Crucis (Brasile); anche i viaggi d'esplorazione di portoghesi, spagnoli e Cristoforo Colombo vengono citati. Cfr. Adams , Sabin e Harrisse. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2013-07-28 17:34:29
BEMBO (Pietro).
Venice, 1552. 398 p., 1 f. (blanc) ; 544-[28] p Pp. Bembo's private and official letters Full vellum soiled and binding coming away from text. Front paste-down removed with portion of book plate remaining. Pieces of spine label missing. Interior very good. Full vellum with red calf spine label
Bookseller: Schooner Books Ltd.(ABAC/ALAC) [Halifax, NS, Canada]
2013-07-26 11:46:56
Agnolo Firenzuola
Giunti, Firenze (Florence), 1552. Early Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Very Good Condition. Later leather backed marbled boards. Old signature to title page, scattered light browning and foxing, heavier to endpapers. Printer's mark on title and final page. Bookplates of Leo Olschki and Bernadine Murphy. There was a Venice edition the same year. One of two comedies written by the celebrated Florentine, most famous for his "On the Beauty of Women" and his adaptation of The Golden Ass. The first edition was 1549 but less attractive and less accurate. 44 leaves. Adams F496; Graesse II, 584; Brunet II, 1269; Pettas 318. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Theatre & Plays; Inventory No: 043595. .
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
2013-07-26 11:46:56
Agnolo Firenzuola
Giunti, Firenze (Florence), 1552. Early Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Very Good Condition. Later leather backed marbled boards. Old signature to title page, scattered light browning and foxing, heavier to endpapers. Printer's mark on title and final page. Bookplates of Leo Olschki and Bernadine Murphy. There was a Venice edition the same year. One of two comedies written by the celebrated Florentine, most famous for his "On the Beauty of Women" and his adaptation of The Golden Ass. The first edition was 1549 but less attractive and less accurate. 44 leaves. Adams F496; Graesse II, 584; Brunet II, 1269; Pettas 318. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Theatre & Plays; Inventory No: 043595. .
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2013-07-23 20:17:14
Honter, J.
Honter's famous Rudimentorum, here only the maps present, all in contemporary color, very rare. A very popular 16th century cosmography, first published in 1546, it went through a number of editions in the years that followed. The maps include Honter's famous cordiform projection of the World "The heart-shaped world map is a reduced version of Waldseemuller´s and similar to the previous two world maps by Honter" (Shirley, World, 108); Spain, Hungry, Portugal, Italy in a rare orientation, North Africa, Arabia, amongst others. Alden L, 552/26.
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2013-06-14 19:33:33
BEMBO, Pietro (1470-1547). -
Venezia, (Scotto), 1552.In-4. Solida legatura del '700 in mezza pergamena con angoli, titolo impr. in oro sul dorso. Marca tipografica sul frontespizio ripetuta in fine e diverse graziose iniziali istoriate inc. in legno. (14), 179, (1) ff.; timbretto del ?700 nel margine inferiore bianco del frontespizio; buon esemplare. Prima edizione in italiano di quest'opera, pubblicata originariamente in latino l'anno precedente e tradotta in volgare dal Bembo stesso. Continua il lavoro del Sabellico e tratta la storia "moderna" di Venezia, dal 1487 al 1513. Cicogna 570. Gamba 130. Lozzi 5906. Adams I, 110.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport
2013-06-12 16:05:09
ROSINUS, Johann [ ROSZFLED, Johann ] ; WALDKIRCH, Conradum ; RHENANUS, Beatus ; GELENIUS, Sigismundus ; ALCIAT, André
Petri Pernae Froben Nicolas Episcopius 1552 Romanarum Antiquitatum Libri Decem Exvariis Scriptoribus Summa fide singularique diligentia collecti, a Ioanne Rosino Bartholomaei F., cum indicibus locupletissimis, [suivi de : ] Notitia Utraque cum Orientis tum Orientis ultra arcadii honoriique Caesarum tempora, illustre vetustatis monumentum, ensemble en 1 vol. in-folio reliure de l'époque anciennement restaurée demi-basane marron, dos à 6 nerfs, Ex Officina Haeredum Petri Pernae, Basileae, 1583 , 12 ff. n. ch., 491 pp. et 32 ff. n. ch. (tables), collation : ()6, ()()6, a8, b-z6, A-O6, P4, Q-Y6, Z8 et Apud Hieronymum Frobenium et Nicolaum Episcopium, Basileae, 1552, 108 ff. n. ch. collation : *8, a-o6, p4, q-r6 avec plus de 100 bois gravés Edition originale pour chacun des deux titres. Le premier ouvrage propose notamment plusieurs illustrations de Rome, dont un plan en double page, une vue des thermes de Dioclétien ou le plan d'un camp romain en double page. Très richement illustré, le second ouvrage propose, en édition originale, un répertoire illustré du personnel de l'administration impériale d'orient et d'occident. With the "Notitia Utraque", in the first complete and illustrated edition of the Notitia dignitatum, a list of high officials of the Roman empire in about 400 A.D. Etat satisfaisant (sans pages de garde, le dernier feuillet débroché, exemplaires collationnés et bien complets, dos abîmé, coupes frottées, travail de vers en marge intérieure sur 3 cahiers, affectant notamment le plan de Rome). Brunet, IV, 1398 ; Adams N 354 Latin
Bookseller: Librairie Du Cardinal
2013-06-11 11:28:25
Polibio - Eliano - Cavalcanti Bartolomeo
in Fiorenza, Appresso Lorenzo Torrentino, 1552. 1552 2 opere in un vol. in-8° antico (160x100mm), pp. (16), 184. Segue: Eliano, De' nomi et de gli ordini militari. Tradotto di greco per M. Lelio Carani, ibidem, pp. 127, (10). Legatura settecentesca p. pergamena rigida con unghie e con titolo in oro su tassello in pelle bicolore al dorso. Tagli azzurri, sguardie marmorizzate policrome. Numerosi schemi di disposizioni militari n.t. Sporadiche fioriture e gore. Etichetta di libreria antiquaria. Ex-libris. Un antico timbro di appartenenza nobiliare. Bell'esemplare. Prima edizione in volgare. Elegante edizione cinquecentesca dei volgarizzamenti di queste opere militari di Polibio e di Eliano. "...Racchiude quest'opera due scritture di Bartolomeo Cavalcanti, ed una scelta degli Apoftemmi di Plutarco, traduzione dello Strozzi. Scrisse il Colombo, che "anche Lelio Carani reggiano fu colto scrittore, e questa sua traduzione somministra molte voci aconce ad esprimer cio' che concerne la tattica antica" (Gamba). Il Cavalcanti (Firenze, 1503-Padova, 1562), dell'illustre famiglia fiorentina che dette i natali a Guido, scrittore politico e di arte oratoria, fu di sentimenti antimedicei ed esulò volontariamente a Padova dopo l'ascesa al reggimento di Firenze di Cosimo de'Medici. Il Carani, nativo di Reggio Emilia, fiorì nella prima metà del XVI secolo; fu epigrammista e autore di traduzioni dai classici. Filippo Strozzi (Firenze, 1488-ivi, 1538) fu letterato, linguista e filosofo. Adams, R-635 e R-636. Gamba, 588: "Bella e rara edizione". Paitoni, III, p. 178-179: ?Bella edizione?. Argel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-06-07 19:38:11
BRUNSCHWIG, H.
Franckfurt am Mayn, Gülfferich, 1552. Folio (302 x 195mm). Leaves (22), 200, including ornamental title, large printer's device on last leaf and over 200 large woodcuts. Contemporary limp vellum, new endpapers. A fine edition of Brunschwig's distilling book, the first and only one to include the large botanical woodcuts, taken from Brunfels herbal. Egenolph had previously utilized plagiarized copies, cut on a much smaller scale, of the Weiditz/ Brunfels blocks for this edition of Brunschwig, but this is the first appearance of the full cuts accompanying Brunschwig's text. It contains the first two books of Brunschwig's Kleines Distilierbuch, first published in 1500. This was the first work devoted to the extraction by steam distillation of the essential oils of plants (and to a lesser extent animal substances and minerals). It was immensely popular and went through numerous editions in various formats. The charming woodcut title shows distilling apparatus and 2 men working amidst rich foliage of trees and birds. Tiny needle marks of one initial through six leaves. Nissen 270; Benzing 36.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk B.V.
2013-06-07 10:10:08
BOCK, H.
scripserunt, catalogum complectens: altera ipsius Authoris, herbariae cognitiones laudes... Adiectus est Benedicti Textoris Segusiani de stirpium differentiis... Strassburg, Wendel Rihel, 1552. 2 parts bound in 2 volumes. 4to (200 x 150mm). pp. (lxviii), 1200, (64), with handcoloured woodcut portrait of Bock and 568 fine handcoloured woodcuts in the text. Recent blindstamped pigskin over bevelled wooden boards, with clasps. A fine contemporary handcoloured copy of the first Latin edition, translated by David Kyber, with 38 new woodcuts which appear for the first time, and the first edition to include the Gesner and Tessier material. The first illustrated German edition of Bock, was published in 1546, and contained 468 woodcuts (enlarged to 530 in the 1551 edition) by David Kandel. Kandel for the most part based his woodcuts on those of Fuchs and Brunfels, but some one hundred are entirely original, and include several with charming genre scenes accompanying the plant depictions, many with his initials. Bock was one of the 'Fathers of German Botany', the triumvirate that included Brunfels and Fuchs. As a botanist Bock was their decided superior. He was not shackled to the classical authority of Dioscorides and Pliny, and therefore could recognise new plants without his perception being clouded by supposed classical precedents. He pioneered descriptive botany, giving a detailed developmental history of each plant in its stages of growth, and was the first to discuss plant communities, thus foreshadowing the science of ecology. Gesner's contribution to this edition comprises a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk B.V.
2013-06-07 10:10:08
BOCK, H.
scripserunt, catalogum complectens: altera ipsius Authoris, herbariae cognitiones laudes... Adiectus est Benedicti Textoris Segusiana de stirpium differentiis... Strassburg, Wendel Rihel, 1552. 4to (218 x 165 mm). pp. (lxviii), 1200, (64), with woodcut portrait of Bock on d10 recto and 568 woodcuts in the text. Contemporary blindstamped pigskin over bevelled wooden boards, with clasps (catches gone). A very fine copy of the first Latin edition, translated by David Kyber, with 38 new woodcuts which appear for the first time, and the first edition to include the Gesner and Tessier material. The first illustrated German edition of Bock, was published in 1546, and contained 468 woodcuts (enlarged to 530 in the 1551 edition) by David Kandel. Kandel for the most part based his woodcuts on those of Fuchs and Brunfels, but some one hundred are entirely original, and include several with charming genre scenes accompanying the plant depictions, many with his initials. Bock was one of the 'Fathers of German Botany', the triumvirate that included Brunfels and Fuchs. As a botanist Bock was their decided superior. He was not shackled to the classical authority of Dioscorides and Pliny, and therefore could recognise new plants without his perception being clouded by supposed classical precedents. He pioneered descriptive botany, giving a detailed developmental history of each plant in its stages of growth, and was the first to discuss plant communities, thus foreshadowing the science of ecology. Gesner's contribution to this edition comprises a preface to the work and a 50-page bibliograp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk B.V.
2013-06-07 06:04:51
Venetiis, Apud Aldi Filios, 1552. 1552 In-folio antico (320x210mm), cc. (3), col. 1405 (la numerazione è per colonne), (14) di indice tricolonne e di registro, bella legatura del secolo decimottavo in m. pelle marmorizzata e angoli. Dorso a 4 nervi decorati con greche in oro, con duplice tassello bicolore, uno rosso e uno verde, con titolo e decori impressi in oro. Fitta decorazione a greche in oro entro scomparti. Tassellino rosso alla cuffia inferiore con decori dorati. Piatti in cartone marmorizzato. Tagli rossi. Impresa aldina entro cornice ornamentale incisa su legno al frontespizio. Testo bicolonne. Capilettera istoriati in xilografia. L'impresa aldina è ripetuta al verso dell'ultima carta bianca. Bell'ex-libris di Sir Walter Becker, K. B. E. (Knight of the British Empire), noto diplomatico inglese vissuto tra il 1855 e il 1927, con emblema, imitato dall'impresa aldina, con un'ancora cui sono appesi due campanelli e un delsino attorto con un canapo all'ancora stessa; il motto entro cartiglio è: "Ring true". Qualche usuale brunitura, alcuni minimi aloni marginali. Numerosissimi errori di paginazione. Bell'esemplare. Pregiata edizione aldina di questa monumentale raccolta di commenti alle orazioni di Cicerone, primi tra tutti quelli del grammatico romano Quinto Asconio Pediano (Padova, 9 a.C.-ivi, 76 d.C.), corredati delle correzioni di Paolo Manuzio. Renouard, p. 153, n. 4. Adams, C-1903. S.T.C. Italian Books, p. 180. Manca allo Schweiger e al Moss.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-04-20 10:36:01
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Folio. 108 n.n. Bl. Mit je einer Druckermarke im Druckvermerk und Titel und 88 ganzseitigen und 33 Textholzschnitten. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. VD16 N 1884. - Adams N 354. - Lonchamp 1164. - Erste vollständige Ausgabe der "Notitia dignitatum" herausgegeben und mit anderen Texten von Beatus Rhenanus, Andreas Alciati und einer anonymen Schrift "de rebus bellicis" erweitert. Die eindrücklichen Holzschnitte zeigen Kriegsmaschinen u.ä. Die Notitia entstand am Ende des 4. Jahrhunderts und ist ein Verzeichnis der römischen Hof-, Civil- und Militärämter, deren Insignien bildlich dargestellt werden. Vorgebunden ist eine illustrierte, kurze Geschichte der Städte Roms und Konstantinopels. Der Herausgeber Sigmund Gelen widmete das Werk Andreas Vesal, "Gelen gehörte zum Kreis jener hochgebildeten Gelehrten, die mit ihrem Bienenfleiss die Basler Buchproduktion des 16. Jahrhunderts in ihrer Vielfalt und Fülle möglich machten" (NDB VI, 173). - Wenige Blätter leicht gebräunt sonst jedoch extrem breitrandiges Exemplar. Buchblock vom Einband gelöst.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat
2013-04-03 08:48:02
Petrarca, Francesco
Kl.-8°, 8 Bl., 317 S., 3 Bl., einige figürliche Initialen, 6 Textholzschnitte im letzten Teil ., Perg. m Stehkante., Vorderer Deckel partiell erneuert, Einige Seiten mit Wurmfrass a. Steg, minimal fingerfleckig, einige Seiten eselohrig «Die kommentierte Ausgabe des Canzoniere von Alessandro Vellutello ist die berühmteste und erfolgreichste des 16. Jahrhunderts. Sie ist 1525 zum ersten Mal erschienen. Die massgebliche Ausgabe ist aber die von Vellutello überarbeitete, die 1528 veröffentlicht wurde. Vielen Lesern war die Anordnung der Gedichte im Canzoniere nicht klar. In ihm sind die Gedichte über die Liebe zu Laura mit Gedichten anderen (politischen, kirchenkritischen) Inhalts vermischt. Vellutello hat den Canzoniere neu geordnet, so dass sich die Liebesgeschichte zwischen Petrarca und Laura - in vita (prima parteI) und in morte (seconda parte) - Schritt für Schritt verfolgen lässt. Die Gedichte, die mit diesen Ereignissen nicht in Verbindung stehen, hat er in einer Parte terza ,seines' Canzoniere zusammengestellt. Vellutello war davon überzeugt, dass es die Liebesgeschichte zwischen Petrarca und Laura wirklich gegeben hat. In der ausführlichen Einleitung stellte er dazu alle Informationen zusammen.» (Petrarca-Ausstellung, Strauhof, Zürich, 2004). Alessandro Vellutello (1473 - nach 1550), wirkte ab 1515 in Venedig. 1544 publizierte er seinen berühmten Kommentar zu Dantes «La Comedia».
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej
2013-03-09 14:22:57
Tartagni Alessandro.
Sette parti legate in tre volumi in-folio (cm. 41), cc. 202; 105; 85 (1); 89 (1); 134; 167 (1); 124. Con sei stupendi frontespizi in rosso e nero inquadrati entro cornice xilografica (il secondo volume non deve possederlo), molti capilettera ornati e testo in semi-gotico. Solida legatura settecentesca in piena pelle, dorsi a nervi con ricchi fregi e titoli in oro. Bell'esemplare, fresco, genuino ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Verosimilmente apparve un ottavo volume di indici qui non presente. Alessandro da Imola (1424-1477), commentatore di grandissima fama ed allievo di Paolo di Castro, insegnò a Pavia, Bologna, Ferrara e Padova; figura completa per la versatilità ed originalità della dottrina, Tartagni commentò infatti il corpus giustinianeo e le Decretali di Gregorio IX e compilò inoltre una monumentale serie di consilia che lo portarono ad essere considerato giureconsulto di primissimo livello nel panorama quattrocentesco europeo. Raro.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-01-15 22:47:52
SPERONI Speron
In-16 p. (mm. 151x103), p. pergam. coeva, 144 cc.num. (in effetti 152: la numeraz. delle cc. 57/ 64 è ripetuta due volte, non il testo), marca tipograf. al frontesp. e al fine, testo in corsivo. Cfr. Renouard, p. 126: ?livre que les Aldes ont imprimé jusqu?à sept fois? (a partire dal 1542) - Adams,II, S-1570 - Gamba,930 per l?ediz. 1550. ?Il padovano Sperone Speroni (1500-1588), famoso in patria e fuori come grande erudito, filosofo e oratore, godé per circa un quarantennio di grandissima autorità nel mondo delle lettere. Dei molti scritti ricordiamo i discorsi sulla Commedia, sul Furioso e sull?Eneide, i Dialoghi "Della retorica. Del tempo del partorire delle donne. Della cura familiare. Della dignità delle donne, Dell?amore" (in cui campeggia la figura di Tullia d?Aragona)?. Così Diz. Treccani,XI, p. 551. Solo utime 20 cc. con aloni margin., ma certamente un buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-01-15 16:27:21
PULCI Luigi
In-16 gr, (mm. 192x135), p. pergam. antica (risg. rifatti), tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli rossi, 196 cc.nn.; al frontespizio, con titolo in rosso e nero, grande vignetta che raffigura il gigante Morgante e il mezzo gigante Margutto; al recto del Canto Primo altra grande vignetta con l?immagine di Carlo Magno circondato dai suoi baroni; il testo, a due colonne, è illustrato da 93 piccole vignette copiate da varie edizioni, il tutto inc. su legno. Al verso del frontesp. le due ottave di Nicolò Masseti nelle quali dice che ?Molti versi ho corretti e molte rime, e redrizzati alle sententie prime?. In aggiunta al poema la ?Confessione de Luigi Pulci?, posta al fine del volume; al recto dell?ultima carta una marca con l?immagine di una donna che riempie d?acqua una brocca, pure silografata. ?Poema cavalleresco in 28 canti in ottava rima di Luigi Pulci (1432-1484), iniziato, a richiesta di Lucrezia Tornabuoni (madre di Lorenzo il Magnifico), nel 1461 e composto in due tempi (la prima redazione era in 23 canti: da ciò il titolo di "Morgante Maggiore" dato alla redazione definitiva dell?opera per distinguerla dalla prima). Fu definito dal Croce uno dei libri più riccamente geniali della nostra letteratura? (così Diz. Opere Bompiani,IV, pp. 813-14). Cfr. Gamba,789 che precisa: ?Nel secolo XVI un Niccolò Masseti modenese ebbe la temerarietà di farsi correttore o piuttosto corruttore del poema nelle ediz. di Venezia: Sessa, 1502; M. Bono, 1507; A. de Bindonis, 1515 e I. Padoano (la ns.), 1552? - Sander,II, p. 1034 - Ferrario ?Bibl. Antichi Romanzi Cavalleria?, p. 146. Rara. Il n … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-01-03 17:42:14
MUNSTER, Sebastian
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2013-01-03 15:06:21
Sigismund Gelenius (Sigmund Gelen); Albrecht Durer; Joachim Camerarius; Chretien Wechel; Andrea Alciati
Basel, Paris: Froben; Christiani Wecheli. 1552, 1535. Good. Two volumes bound into one, dated 1552 and 1535. Full limp vellum, tall quarto, 13 x 8.5 inches (33 x 23 cm). Notitia utraque: [108] leaves, collated complete. Copious woodcut illustrations throughout. Durer: [41] leaves, collated complete, with five folding plates, four double plates, and three regular plates. Unfortunately, one of the folding plates is only half there. An earlier folding plate has a one by one-half inch tear/hole, but it does not affect the engraved area. The volume is generally good, binding quite wrinkled and stained, mild ex-library with old library bookplate and withdrawn stamp to the verso of the front cover, perforated stamp to the Notitia title page and ink number stamp to the following page. Soil and waving to the vellum, with a circumscribed on the cover as well as a faded decorative motif; knife splice, mostly closed, to the rear panel with old script writing in Latin. Faint tidemark to the last three pages, flyleaves worn and with loss, rear pastedown shows wear and tears, occasional dampstain to margins, Notitia has old ink rules to margins, and very long repaired tear to page with plate 'Dux Phoenices.' FULL TITLES: Notitia utraque cum Orientis tum Occidentis ultra Arcadii Honoriique Caesarum tempora... Praecedit autem D. And. Alciati libellus, de magistratibus civilibus ac militaribus officiis... Cui succedit descriptio urbis Romae, quae sub titulo Pub. Victoris circumfertur: & altera urbis Constantinopolitanae incerto authore, nunquam antehac typis excusa ... Subiungitur no … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-01-01 22:59:46
CICERO Marcus Tullius
In-16 p. (mm. 158x98), 2 voll., p. pergam. antica, tit. oro su tassello al dorso (con manc.), 4 cc.nn.,147 cc.num.,9 cc.nn.; 3 cc.nn., 2-213 cc. (mal numer., le cc. da 150 a 157 e la c. 194 sono saltate),16 cc.nn.; con ancora aldina, in cornice decorata, silografata al frontesp. e in fine; testo in corsivo. L?opera è così composta: ?"Prima Pars", id est, Academicarum quaestionum editionis primae liber secundus, editionis secundae liber primus - De finibus bonorum & malorum, libri V - Tusculanarum quaestionum, libri V? - ?"Volumen Secundum", id est, De natura deorum, libri III. - De divinatione, libri II. - De fato, liber I. - De legibus, libri III. - De universitate, liber I. - Q. Ciceronis de petitione Consulatus ad Marcum fratrem, liber I.?. "Manca la seconda parte del primo vol." che contiene le ?Tuscolane? (titolo, cc. 148-251, 7 cc.nn.). Cfr. Renouard,154: ?.. voyez l?édition de 1546, dont celle-ci est une seconde réimpression? - Adams,C-1757. Solo prime 2 cc. del I vol. con alone, altrim. esemplare molto ben conservato.
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