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2020-08-03 19:07:17
1553. .RARISSIMA OPERA. FRANCISCI BRUNI de S. SEVERINO & GUIDONIS de SUZARIA & BALDI de PERIGLIS TRACTATUS DE INDICIIS ET TORTURA CUM ADDITIONIUBUS LUDOVICI BOLOGNINI BONONIEN. NUNC MULTIS IN LOCIS EMENDATI & RESTITUTI IN GRATIAM EORUM, QUIBUS AD REGIMEN REIPUBLICAE VIVIERUNT INDICEM COPIOSISSIMUM IN CALCE REPOSUIMUS LUGDUNI, Guliel. Rovillium sub scuto Veneto, 1553 ************ In 8° (cm 15x10,5) Pp. 266 + [30] + 1 c.b. Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena rigida; tassello in marocchino rosso, con titoli in oro, al dorso; grandi capolettera figurati e finemente incisi; tagli rossi; minime tracce d'uso. Eccellente stato di conservazione OPERA RARISSIMA.
Bookseller: epizefiri3 [Italia, Italy]
2020-08-03 02:53:08
Jacques De Srada
Jacques de Strada et Thomas Guerin / Glielmo rovillio, 1553. Condition: Bon état. Epitome du trésor des Antiquités;C'est à dire portraits des Vraies Médailles des EMPP. tant d'Orient que d'Occident traduit par Jean Louueau d'Orléans.D. Mems .Prima Parte DEL PRONTVARIO DE LE MEDAGLIE DE PIV ILLV.In Lione appresso GV Glielmo Rovillio Editeur:Jacques de Strada et Thomas Guerin / Glielmo rovillioAuteur:Jacques De SradaDate d'impression:1553Reliure:ReliéPages:394 +31+172+4+247+7 pagesÉtat: Bon étatDétail de l'état:Bon EtatRéférence20539Disponibilité En stock Description le prix comprends l'expédition en colissimo contre signature ou colissimo international contre signature Ouvrage réunissant les 3 livres cités plus haut les deux volumes "prontvario" sont illustrés des médaillons avec un etat du papier excellent le reliure est pleine peau mais avec un dos frotté et un haut avec un début de manque sur la charniere un titre doré dans une vignette bordée de liserés dorés et une vignette contenant des fleurons dorés un bas de dos frotté sur le bord avec un petit manque un plat est en partie restauré sur le milieu de la peau avec une entaille de quelques millimètres sur la peau les coins sont frottés et émoussés le haut la coiffe du dos est en partie manquant sur le haut de la tranche mais sans atteinte à la solidité de l'ouvrage papier jauni intégrité des textes et des illustrations en excellent etat complet de la pagination le papier est en tres bon etat pas de rousseurs ni de vrillettes marges larges d'autres images sont disponibles nquant sue Images Autres livres de notre catalogu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie dans mon garage (ngawangdansmongarage) [Aubignosc, France]
2020-07-23 18:17:02
STUCKI, Johann Wilhelm.
79, [1] ll.First and only edition of a comparison of the Frankish King Charlemagne (742-814) and the French King Henri IV (1553-1610), written by the Swiss theologian Johann Wilhelm Stucki (1542-1607). The work resembles Plutarch's Parallel lives, comparing the two kings on different aspects of their lives: politics, warfare, court life, religion, and even eating and drinking habits. Stucki states that Charlemagne's wars and conquests were more impressive than Henri IV's. The work opens with a dedicatory letter to the Elector Palatine of the Rhine, Frederick IV (1574-1610), and some laudatory poems.With some restorations in the head margins of the first three leaves, some water stains in the gutter, slightly browned. Binding rubbed along the extremities. Overall in good condition.l Morissey, Charlemagne and France: a thousand years of mythology, p. 333; VD16 S9772.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 09:40:04
ALPINI, Prosper and Jacob BONTIUS.
[11], 150, [25]; 39, [1] ff.Somewhat later edition of the first important work on the history of Egyptian medicine. Alpini (1553-1617) was an Italian physician and botanist who spent three years in Egypt studying botany and hygiene as a companion to the Venetian Consul Giorgio Emo. This work is considered "one of the earliest European studies of non-western medicine. Alpini's work dealt primarily with contemporary (i.e. Arabic) practices observed during his sojourn in Egypt. These included moxibustion - the production of counter-irritation by placing burning or heated material on the skin - which Alpini introduced into European medicine [...] Alpini also mentioned coffee for the first time in this work" (Norman). Jacobus Bontius (Jacques de Bondt, 1592-1631), whose work on Indian medicine is included, was a Dutch physician and botanist. He travelled to Persia and Indonesia to study the botany of the area. He was the first to study cholera on the island of Batavia in 1689, before it was known in Europe, and died on Java. His botanic and medical works were published after his death by Pisonius. He "was probably the first to regard tropical medicine as an independent branch of medical science. He spent the last four years of his life in the Dutch East Indies, and his book incorporates the experience he gained there. It is the first Dutch work on tropical medicine and includes the first modern descriptions of beri-beri and cholera" (Garrison/M. 2263, citing the 1642 first edition).Binding slightly brownstained in places. Small tear to 3rd leaf, not affecting text; occasional br … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 08:28:02
[Cartari, Vincenzo].
Vinegia. : Gualtero Scotto., 1553. Contemporary limp vellum, ink title to spine and lower edge.. Good, lacks front endpapers, binding mostly detached, a small marginal wormhole to title page and first page of text, very limited worming a the gutter of the last 4 sheets, very good clean tight contents.. 8vo., 15.3x11 cm. . Italian text. weight: 0.6 lb.
Bookseller: Zephyr Books [United States]
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2020-07-22 16:57:02
Rouille, Guillaume
Appresso Guglielmo Rovillio, 1553. First edition thus. Vellum. 4to. 2 parts in 1, each with a title page. (8),172,(4);248,(8)pp. Indices (of medallions). Illustrated with 828 medallion woodcut portraits. Title pages with woodcut vignettes. Cont. vellum, lightly soiled, hand lettering on spine partly effaced.Old water stain at top fore-corner of a few final leaves. Text leaves lightly browned & some old soiling. One leaf with a horizontal tear repaired. Bookplate on front pastedown. Housed in a blue cloth slipcase. Very Good -. Three editions of this work (in French, in Italian and in Latin) were printed in 1553. Baudrier IX p. 204-205. BMC French p. 386. Harvard, French #465. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-07-21 16:17:26
BELON, P.
Paris, E. Corrozet, 1553. 4to (198 x 148mm). ff. (8), 32 with 8 woodcuts in the text. Recent marbled boards. First edition. The first work on coniferous trees and one of the first botanical books to cover a single species. Belon was the first to name all cone-bearing trees 'coniferae' a term which was followed by Gesner. Descriptions are given of the various species, including their locations, and he cites authorities such as Dioscorides. The work contains illustrations of Cedrus major, Picæ arboris figura, Pinus, Icon Pinastri, Laricis figura, Sapini arboris delineatio, Abies foemina, and Cupressus.Pierre Belon (1517-1564) was one of the most orginal naturalist of the Renaissance. "He was one of the first explorer-naturalists; and between 1546 and 1550 he undertook long voyages through Greece, Asia, Judaea, Egypt, Arabia and other foreign countries. Belon's observations were generally correct. He looked at the world as an analyst devoted to detail. He succeeded in winning the confidence of the great and was famous during his lifetime" (DSB). The woodcuts are excellent. Inner and outer margin with wormhole not affecting the text.Three issues appeared, the other two with imprint of Cavellat or Benoît Prevost.Johnston 73; Nissen BBI, 141. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
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2020-07-18 18:51:13
Parisio Pietro Paolo
Apud Dionysium de Harsy, 1553. Pontificii Caesareique Iur. Consultissimi ex innumeris quibus scatebat mendis olim purgata, nunc vero maiore cura pristino candori penitus restituta, necnon argumentis locupletissimis illustrata - Ac praeter locupletissimum Indicem elementario ordine consectum, accedunt multa, quae in caeteris voluminibus non reperies, non sine maxima studiosorum utilitate - In folio - pp.200 (numerazione solo sul recto) - Pergamena - Incisione al frontespizio, ritratto dell'Autore inciso a p. 2, capilettera, marca tipografica all'ultima p. - Tagli spruzzati, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Testo su due colonne - Forellini al margine delle pp. 67/78, rari segni a inchiostro in poche pagine
Bookseller: Libri Moderni / Antica Libreria Srl [Italy]
2020-07-18 18:51:13
Parisio Pietro Paolo
Dionysium Harseum, 1553. In folio - pp.111 cc. nn. - Pergamena - Incisione al frontespizio, capolettera, marca tipografica all'ultima p. - Tagli spruzzati, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Testo su due colonne - Aloni in qualche pagina
Bookseller: Libri Moderni / Antica Libreria Srl [Italy]
2020-07-17 02:34:25
ROUILLÉ, Guillaume (circa 1518-1589)
Lyons: printed for the author, 1553. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. Two parts in one volume, 4to (243 x 168 mm). First title-page illuminated in gold and colors incorporating the coat of arms of Philip II and Mary I (slightly rubbed). 828 medallion portraits, vignettes and initials equally illuminated. Ruled in red. Contemporary beige velvet. Binding worn at extremities; lacking final leaf of text qq4, title with small loss at lower corner and some flaking of pigment, some marginal worming to last few leaves.Provenance: KING PHILIP II (1527-1598) and QUEEN MARY I (1516-1558), (arms on title); Maurice Kyffin (d.1599), Welsh poet and translator, author of The Blessedness of Brytaine (1588), pupil of John Dee (signatures on title and a2 dated 1592 [cropped]); Sir Henry Palmer (circa 1623-1706), 3rd Baronet of Wingham, Kent (29 June 1703 ex dono inscription to:) John Battely (?his manuscript list of names on rear endleaf); Thomas Robinson (1738-86), 2nd Baron Grantham, British Foreign Secretary from 1782-83 (armorial bookplate); purchased from Marlborough Rare Books, 1981. FIRST EDITION IN LATIN, issued the same year in French and Italian, of Rouillé's comprehensive work of human iconography. Philip's marriage to 37-year-old Queen Mary of England was arranged by his father and took place on 25 July 1554, two days after their first meeting. Under the terms of the Act for the Marriage of Queen Mary to Philip of Spain, Philip was to enjoy Mary I's titles and honors for as long as their marriage should last. All official documents, including Acts of Pa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [United States]
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2020-07-15 16:41:13
Parisio Pietro Paolo
Dionysium Harseum, Lugduni, 1553. In folio - pp.111 cc. nn. - Pergamena - Incisione al frontespizio, capolettera, marca tipografica all'ultima p. - Tagli spruzzati, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Testo su due colonne - Aloni in qualche pagina - Libro usato
Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl [San Gregorio di Catania, CT, Italy]
2020-07-15 07:31:01
1553. .RARISSIMA OPERA. FRANCISCI BRUNI de S. SEVERINO & GUIDONIS de SUZARIA & BALDI de PERIGLIS TRACTATUS DE INDICIIS ET TORTURA CUM ADDITIONIUBUS LUDOVICI BOLOGNINI BONONIEN. NUNC MULTIS IN LOCIS EMENDATI & RESTITUTI IN GRATIAM EORUM, QUIBUS AD REGIMEN REIPUBLICAE VIVIERUNT INDICEM COPIOSISSIMUM IN CALCE REPOSUIMUS LUGDUNI, Guliel. Rovillium sub scuto Veneto, 1553 ************ In 8° (cm 15x10,5) Pp. 266 + [30] + 1 c.b. Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena rigida; tassello in marocchino rosso, con titoli in oro, al dorso; grandi capolettera figurati e finemente incisi; tagli rossi; minime tracce d'uso. Eccellente stato di conservazione OPERA RARISSIMA.
Bookseller: epizefiri3 [Italia, Italy]
2020-07-02 05:27:05
Parisio Pietro Paolo
Apud Dionysium de Harsy, 1553. Pontificii Caesareique Iur. Consultissimi ex innumeris quibus scatebat mendis olim purgata, nunc vero maiore cura pristino candori penitus restituta, necnon argumentis locupletissimis illustrata - Ac praeter locupletissimum Indicem elementario ordine consectum, accedunt multa, quae in caeteris voluminibus non reperies, non sine maxima studiosorum utilitate - In folio - pp.200 (numerazione solo sul recto) - Pergamena - Incisione al frontespizio, ritratto dell'Autore inciso a p. 2, capilettera, marca tipografica all'ultima p. - Tagli spruzzati, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Testo su due colonne - Forellini al margine delle pp. 67/78, rari segni a inchiostro in poche pagine
Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl [Italy]
2020-07-02 05:27:05
Parisio Pietro Paolo
Dionysium Harseum, 1553. In folio - pp.111 cc. nn. - Pergamena - Incisione al frontespizio, capolettera, marca tipografica all'ultima p. - Tagli spruzzati, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Testo su due colonne - Aloni in qualche pagina
Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl [Italy]
2020-07-01 19:12:18
BELON, P.
Paris, E. Corrozet, 1553. 4to (198 x 148mm). ff. (8), 32 with 8 woodcuts in the text. Recent marbled boards. First edition. The first work on coniferous trees and one of the first botanical books to cover a single species. Belon was the first to name all cone-bearing trees 'coniferae' a term which was followed by Gesner. Descriptions are given of the various species, including their locations, and he cites authorities such as Dioscorides. The work contains illustrations of Cedrus major, Picæ arboris figura, Pinus, Icon Pinastri, Laricis figura, Sapini arboris delineatio, Abies foemina, and Cupressus.Pierre Belon (1517-1564) was one of the most orginal naturalist of the Renaissance. "He was one of the first explorer-naturalists; and between 1546 and 1550 he undertook long voyages through Greece, Asia, Judaea, Egypt, Arabia and other foreign countries. Belon's observations were generally correct. He looked at the world as an analyst devoted to detail. He succeeded in winning the confidence of the great and was famous during his lifetime" (DSB). The woodcuts are excellent. Inner and outer margin with wormhole not affecting the text.Three issues appeared, the other two with imprint of Cavellat or Benoît Prevost.Johnston 73; Nissen BBI, 141. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2020-06-29 08:00:08
1553. .RARISSIMA OPERA. FRANCISCI BRUNI de S. SEVERINO & GUIDONIS de SUZARIA & BALDI de PERIGLIS TRACTATUS DE INDICIIS ET TORTURA CUM ADDITIONIUBUS LUDOVICI BOLOGNINI BONONIEN. NUNC MULTIS IN LOCIS EMENDATI & RESTITUTI IN GRATIAM EORUM, QUIBUS AD REGIMEN REIPUBLICAE VIVIERUNT INDICEM COPIOSISSIMUM IN CALCE REPOSUIMUS LUGDUNI, Guliel. Rovillium sub scuto Veneto, 1553 ************ In 8° (cm 15x10,5) Pp. 266 + [30] + 1 c.b. Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena rigida; tassello in marocchino rosso, con titoli in oro, al dorso; grandi capolettera figurati e finemente incisi; tagli rossi; minime tracce d'uso. Eccellente stato di conservazione OPERA RARISSIMA.
Bookseller: epizefiri3 [Italia, Italy]
2020-06-15 11:18:02
SERENUS SAMMONICUS, Quintus.
De medicina, praecepta saluberrima, ... . Item Q. Rhemnii Fannii Palaemonis, De ponderibus & mensuris, liber utilissimus.Paris, Simon de Colines, 1533. 8vo. With a woodcut decorated initial and a vine leaf ornament. Set in a chancery italic with headings and shoulder notes in roman with an occasional word of Greek in 2 sizes. Modern half dark brown sheepskin. 30, [2 blank] ll. A rare collection of remedies intended for the use of the poor, in the form of a poem of 1115 hexameters in 65 chapters, written early in the third century by either the elder or the younger Quintus Serenus Sammonicus, here printed and published by the great Paris printer Simon de Colines: the second edition to be edited by the Cologne physician Johannes Caesarius (1468?-1550). De Colines's typography and presswork are stunning and the paper is of the highest quality. The earlier chapters contain medicinal recipes for ailments of various body parts, arranged from head to foot. The later chapters provide remedies for wounds, fever, broken bones, dislocated bones, insomnia, lethargy, epilepsy, jaundice, warts, etc. It mixes traditional herbal medicines, many now back in fashion, with incantations and other magic now regarded as superstitious or bizarre. It is followed, beginning on the verso of leaf 24, by De ponderibus & mensuris, a shorter poem attributed to Quintus Remmius Palaemon (fl. ca. 48 AD), but now believed to have been written in or around the fifth century. It is largely a memory aid for weights and measures and introduced the word "gramma" (gram) as a unit of weight.With an occasional cont … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 11:18:01
[BRABANT - TAXES].
Instructie gemaect byden Staeten van Brabant, achtervolgende der welcker men tellen sal allen de heerden van allen schouwen, ovens, asten, fournaisen, met den ploegen binnen den voirs. lande van Brabant bevonden, ende innen ende collecteren de imposicie vanden selven schouwen, ovens, asten, furnaysen ende ploegen, achtervolgende den consente by den Staeten van den voirs. lande van Brabant gedaen, blijckende byder acten daer af zijnde.Antwerp, Jan Mollijns, [1553]. Small 4to (18.5 x 13.5 cm). With the woodcut arms of the Emperor Charles V on title-page. Disbound. [12] pp. Rare first and only edition in Dutch (two editions in French were published simultaenously) of a regulation by the States of Brabant, stating the taxation of all chimneys, ovens, hearthstones ("asten"), furnaces and forges. The taxation was 20 stuivers in the cities and 15 stuivers in the country, where even smoke holes were taxed. The fine of 3 guilders was imposed for a hidden chimney. Only the mendicant orders were exempted.The taxation formed part of a larger group of special taxations in the territory of Brabant, which included the important cities of Brussels, Antwerp, Leuven and 's-Hertogenbosch, to raise a sum of 600,000 guilders to fund the war against France. A similar taxation in the territory of Holland, which only had to raise 400,000 guilders, led to numerous problems with cities having to pay for the poorer inhabitants and the Prince of Orange and the Count of Horn even refusing to pay (cf. Wagenaar V, pp. 371-377). The heavy taxation during these years led to a growing unrest and political r … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 02:09:20
1553. .RARISSIMA OPERA. FRANCISCI BRUNI de S. SEVERINO & GUIDONIS de SUZARIA & BALDI de PERIGLIS TRACTATUS DE INDICIIS ET TORTURA CUM ADDITIONIUBUS LUDOVICI BOLOGNINI BONONIEN. NUNC MULTIS IN LOCIS EMENDATI & RESTITUTI IN GRATIAM EORUM, QUIBUS AD REGIMEN REIPUBLICAE VIVIERUNT INDICEM COPIOSISSIMUM IN CALCE REPOSUIMUS LUGDUNI, Guliel. Rovillium sub scuto Veneto, 1553 ************ In 8° (cm 15x10,5) Pp. 266 + [30] + 1 c.b. Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena rigida; tassello in marocchino rosso, con titoli in oro, al dorso; grandi capolettera figurati e finemente incisi; tagli rossi; minime tracce d'uso. Eccellente stato di conservazione OPERA RARISSIMA.
Bookseller: epizefiri3 [Italia, Italy]
2020-06-11 19:43:09
Jean Crespin, Geneva, 1553. 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" in 8s. [1-2] 3-796 pp. [2] blank & errata. The first Greek testament issued by Jean Crispin (or Crespin) from the third edition of R. Stephanus's 1550 edition, title with verso blank, preface by Joannes Crispinus Pietatis Studiosis. Printer's device present but publisher's information has been rubbed out. Crespin left his position as Advocate for the Parliament of Paris branded as a heretic and joined his friend Jean Calvin in Geneva. For a fuller biography of him, read Jeannine E. Olson's, "Jean Crespin, Humanist Printer Among the Reformation Martyrologist" in Manfred P. Fleischer (ed) The Harvest of Humanism in Central Europe; Essays in Honor of Lewis W. Spitz, p. 317-340. Darlow and Moule, (4626) 590-591 note: "The first Greek Testament issued by Jean Crispin (or Crespin) the French printer of Geneva, who went on to publish many editions of the Scriptures in various languages including the second quarto English Geneva Bible of 1570." The British and Foreign Bible Society copy lacks all matter after p. 474 (end of Acts). A copy in the Austrian National Library. This copy precedes the work of Theodore Beza in 1565 by a dozen years and it would appear to be the Greek text Calvin would have used in the last decade of his life and studies. Bound in full contemporary mottled calf, raised bands, red morocco spine label gilt, other compartments fully gilt decorated, marbled endpapers, some chipping to spine ends, small piece of lower margin of page 175 torn away without loss of text. A very good copy in a very nice, early binding.
Bookseller: Alcuin Books, ABAA [Scottsdale, AZ, U.S.A.]
2020-06-10 14:12:15
SERENUS SAMMONICUS, Quintus.
De medicina, praecepta saluberrima, ... . Item Q. Rhemnii Fannii Palaemonis, De ponderibus & mensuris, liber utilissimus.Paris, Simon de Colines, 1533. 8vo. With a woodcut decorated initial and a vine leaf ornament. Set in a chancery italic with headings and shoulder notes in roman with an occasional word of Greek in 2 sizes. Modern half dark brown sheepskin. 30, [2 blank] ll. A rare collection of remedies intended for the use of the poor, in the form of a poem of 1115 hexameters in 65 chapters, written early in the third century by either the elder or the younger Quintus Serenus Sammonicus, here printed and published by the great Paris printer Simon de Colines: the second edition to be edited by the Cologne physician Johannes Caesarius (1468?-1550). De Colines's typography and presswork are stunning and the paper is of the highest quality. The earlier chapters contain medicinal recipes for ailments of various body parts, arranged from head to foot. The later chapters provide remedies for wounds, fever, broken bones, dislocated bones, insomnia, lethargy, epilepsy, jaundice, warts, etc. It mixes traditional herbal medicines, many now back in fashion, with incantations and other magic now regarded as superstitious or bizarre. It is followed, beginning on the verso of leaf 24, by De ponderibus & mensuris, a shorter poem attributed to Quintus Remmius Palaemon (fl. ca. 48 AD), but now believed to have been written in or around the fifth century. It is largely a memory aid for weights and measures and introduced the word "gramma" (gram) as a unit of weight.With an occasional cont … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:14
[BRABANT - TAXES].
Instructie gemaect byden Staeten van Brabant, achtervolgende der welcker men tellen sal allen de heerden van allen schouwen, ovens, asten, fournaisen, met den ploegen binnen den voirs. lande van Brabant bevonden, ende innen ende collecteren de imposicie vanden selven schouwen, ovens, asten, furnaysen ende ploegen, achtervolgende den consente by den Staeten van den voirs. lande van Brabant gedaen, blijckende byder acten daer af zijnde.Antwerp, Jan Mollijns, [1553]. Small 4to (18.5 x 13.5 cm). With the woodcut arms of the Emperor Charles V on title-page. Disbound. [12] pp. Rare first and only edition in Dutch (two editions in French were published simultaenously) of a regulation by the States of Brabant, stating the taxation of all chimneys, ovens, hearthstones ("asten"), furnaces and forges. The taxation was 20 stuivers in the cities and 15 stuivers in the country, where even smoke holes were taxed. The fine of 3 guilders was imposed for a hidden chimney. Only the mendicant orders were exempted.The taxation formed part of a larger group of special taxations in the territory of Brabant, which included the important cities of Brussels, Antwerp, Leuven and 's-Hertogenbosch, to raise a sum of 600,000 guilders to fund the war against France. A similar taxation in the territory of Holland, which only had to raise 400,000 guilders, led to numerous problems with cities having to pay for the poorer inhabitants and the Prince of Orange and the Count of Horn even refusing to pay (cf. Wagenaar V, pp. 371-377). The heavy taxation during these years led to a growing unrest and political r … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-09 09:23:49
APIANUS, Petrus; GEMMA, Frisius
Paris: Vivantium Gualtherot, 1553. "Cosmographia is About the World, Which Consists of Four Elements: Earth, Water, Air, and Fire" APIANUS, Petrus. Cosmographia Petri Apiani, per gemmam Frisium apud Lovanienses Medicum & Mathematicum insigne, iam demum ab omnibus vindicata mendis, ac nonnullis quoque locis aucta, figurisque novis illustrata: Additis eiusdem argumenti libellis ipsius Gemae Frisii. Paris: Vivantium Gualtherot, 1553. Second Paris Edition dated 1553. Quarto (9 1/8 x 6 5/8 inches; 230 x 167 mm.). [iv], 74 (i.e. 70 leaves). Woodcut Globe on title-page, double-page map of the world "Charta Cosmographica, cum ventorum propria natura et operatione" and engraved plate showing the world as a globe inserted after folio 30. Woodcut illustration on verso of folio 8 with two movable 'volvelles', woodcut illustration on verso of folio 9 with original yellow 'lead line', woodcut illustration on verso of folio 11 with four movable volvelles and two original yellow 'lead lines', woodcut illustration on recto of folio 30 also with four movable volvelles, and woodcut illustration on recto of folio 57 with one movable volvelle and original 'lead line'. Forty-three astronomical woodcut illustrations in the text and many diagrams and historiated woodcut initials throughout. The title vignette, with legend "L'inferieure partie de la sphere" is the same as that in the first Paris edition of 1551, and the colophon is actually dated 1551. Contemporary mottled calf, smooth spine decoratively tooled in gilt in compartments. later green morocco label lettered in gilt. Early ink name? on … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc. [United States]
2020-06-04 22:31:04
1553. Lievissime tracce d'uso alla rilegatura, carte leggermente brunite, piccoli restauri (angolini bianchi) alle pagine 34, (4), 16, 17, 18, 19, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 34, 41, 68, 76, 98, 99, 108, 110,162, 176, 180, 227, 230, 231, 236, 240, 244, nel complesso buon esemplare. Guillaume ROUILLE - Prima parte del Prontuario de le medaglie de pii illustri, & fulgenti huomini e donne, dal principio del Mondo insino al presente tempo, con le lor vite in compendio raccolte / La seconda parte del prontuario delle Medaglie, la quale ha principio da la natività del nostro Salvatore Giese Christo, & continova insino al Christianissimo Rè di Francia, Henrico secondo, di nome, il quale al presente regna felicemente - 1553. In Lione, appresso Guglielmo Rovillio. Piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti al dorso, tagli colorati; 8°, cm 24,7; pagg. (8) + 172 + (4), 248 + (10); lievissime tracce d'uso alla rilegatura, carte leggermente brunite, piccoli restauri (angolini bianchi) alle pagine 34, (4), 16, 17, 18, 19, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 34, 41, 68, 76, 98, 99, 108, 110,162, 176, 180, 227, 230, 231, 236, 240, 244, nel complesso buon esemplare. Duplice frontespizio (ognuno con propria marca tipografica, capilettera (anche parlanti) incisi, centinaia di medaglie riprodotte nel testo. Vecchio ex-libris applicato alla carta di guardia anteriore, qualche nota manoscritta nel testo.
Bookseller: kolimam [Copparo, Italy]
2020-06-01 16:48:33
Bucer, Martin
Geneva, Robert Estienne, 1553/1554. 2 works in binding, (8) 311 (11) folia., (16) 584 (23) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with raised bands, Folio (Wanting ties, hinges of the spine split at both sides. Provenance: From the Amsterdam Mennonite congregation's Library with their bookplate on the front paste down and library stamp on the first titlepage. Bucer's Commentaries on the Synoptic Gospels bound with his Commentaries on the Psalms. Martin Bucer (1491-1551) was a man of many callings, he was pastor, ecclesiastical negotiator, ecumenical statesman and along with Jacob Sturm the main architect of the Reformation in Strasbourg. He served as a professor in the Strasbourg Gymnasium and from his earliest days on his lectures were expositions of biblical books. Many of these lectures later formed the substance of his biblical commentaries among which these two works on the Synoptic Gospels and Psalms.)
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
2020-05-30 04:49:02
1553. .RARISSIMA OPERA. FRANCISCI BRUNI de S. SEVERINO & GUIDONIS de SUZARIA & BALDI de PERIGLIS TRACTATUS DE INDICIIS ET TORTURA CUM ADDITIONIUBUS LUDOVICI BOLOGNINI BONONIEN. NUNC MULTIS IN LOCIS EMENDATI & RESTITUTI IN GRATIAM EORUM, QUIBUS AD REGIMEN REIPUBLICAE VIVIERUNT INDICEM COPIOSISSIMUM IN CALCE REPOSUIMUS LUGDUNI, Guliel. Rovillium sub scuto Veneto, 1553 ************ In 8° (cm 15x10,5) Pp. 266 + [30] + 1 c.b. Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena rigida; tassello in marocchino rosso, con titoli in oro, al dorso; grandi capolettera figurati e finemente incisi; tagli rossi; minime tracce d'uso. Eccellente stato di conservazione OPERA RARISSIMA.
Bookseller: epizefiri3 [Italia, Italy]
2020-05-16 09:42:25
BRÈCHÉ, Jean. c. 1514-c. 1583
Tours: J. Rousset for G. Bourgeat, 1553. Mid-19th-century gilt red morocco, wide border of small partly pointillé tools, gilt spine and title, all edges gilt, green silk marker. Only Edition. Brèché adopts the order, article by article, of the statutes of his native Touraine for the Promptuaire, at once commentary on and concordance to the competing, complementary and conflicting customary laws of a dozen major jurisdictions across France. He points out differences among them and closes with the Tours coutumes. The work was not superseded until the 1780s. A nice copy, a couple of lower margins uncut, manuscript notes on a half dozen leaves, early signatures of JM Gerard Const-, Jacques Gerard, G. Parrie?t, D. leblant and armorial stamp in red of Giuerzic s[eigneu]r de Gerard. ¶Gouron & Terrin, Bibliographie des coutumes 2074; Camus, Bibliothèque...des livres de droit 116; Répertoire bibliographique des livres imprimés en France au XVIe siècle VII: 28,9.
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2020-05-13 17:21:03
Luther, Martin
Wittenberg, Georg Rhau Erben, 1553. Mit einem Titelholzschnitt. 8 nn. Bll., 594 Bll. Blindgeprägte Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln. 31,5 x 21 cm. Dritter Teil der zweiten deutschen Ausgabe. ? VD16 L 3320. ? Der Titelholzschnitt zeigt Luther und Kurfürst Johann Friedrich unter dem Gekreuzigten. ? Einband fleckig, Rücken mit Signaturschildchen, etwas berieben und bestoßen, kleine Fehlstellen im Bezug, ohne Schließen. Titelblatt lose. Die ersten fünf Blatt mit kleinen Randfehlstellen, wenig gebräunt und wenig fleckig, die letzten Blätter mit vereinzelten Unterstreichungen und wenigen kleinen Wurmlöchern. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2020-05-13 13:14:04
SABINUS, Georg
Veit Kreutzer. 1553 Sabinus Catalog of Roman & German Emperors ROME Charlemagne Augustus Caesar Georg Sabinus was a 16th-century German poet and historian who published an important catalogue of the emperors of Rome. Curiously, Sabinus supplemented the lists of Roman rulers with lists of German leaders. Each entry features a short description of the figure including some of which are written in poetic verse. It includes all the known Roman and German rulers such as Charlemagne, Otto the Great, Charles V, Constantine, Julius Caesar, Nero, and Augustus Caesar. This fascinating Latin edition was published in Wittemberg, Germany in 1553 by Kreutzer Item number: #10777 Price: $599 SABINUS, Georg Catalogus Romanorum Imperatorum. Additi sunt et Germanici Imperatores descripti versibus Wittemberg : [Veit Kreutzer], 1553. Details: Collation: Complete 40 leaves References: USTC 619698 Publisher information from USTC Language: Latin Binding: Vellum; tight & secure Size: ~6in X 4in (15cm x 10cm) Quite rare Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 10777 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2020-05-13 12:19:04
Possevino, Giovanni Battista
appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari et fratelli, 1553. in 4°, rilegatura ottocentesca in mezza pergamena, tit. in oro su tassello al dorso, p. (8), 322, (42), grande marca tipografica giolitiana al frontespizio e al colophon, belle iniziali animate e incipit decorati, antico timbretto privato alla base del frontespizio. Esemplare fresco e bello
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI-ILAB) [Italy]
2020-05-09 22:40:15
Luther, Martin:
Wittenberg, Georg Rhau Erben 1553.. Mit einem Titelholzschnitt. 8 nn. Bll., 594 Bll. Blindgeprägte Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln. 31,5 x 21 cm. Dritter Teil der zweiten deutschen Ausgabe. – VD16 L 3320. – Der Titelholzschnitt zeigt Luther und Kurfürst Johann Friedrich unter dem Gekreuzigten. – Einband fleckig, Rücken mit Signaturschildchen, etwas berieben und bestoßen, kleine Fehlstellen im Bezug, ohne Schließen. Titelblatt lose. Die ersten fünf Blatt mit kleinen Randfehlstellen, wenig gebräunt und wenig fleckig, die letzten Blätter mit vereinzelten Unterstreichungen und wenigen kleinen Wurmlöchern.
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2020-05-09 03:27:07
Petrarca, Francesco - Gesualdo, Giovanni Andrea
per Domenico Giglio, 1553. in-4° (204x148 mm), leg. coeva in pergamena rigida, con dorso a quattro nervi, titolo manoscritto al dorso, tagli marmorizzati; 2 parti; carte [22], 346, [72]. Frontespizio xilografico della prima parte riccamente decorato con i busti di profilo del Petrarca e di Laura all'interno di cornici ovali entro bordura di figure allegoriche; in fondo al titolo è riportato solo lo stampatore, mentre i dati editoriali completi sono al colophon. Il frontespizio della seconda parte, uguale al precedente, riporta invece solo la data di stampa (1553). Iniziali xilografiche finemente decorate, presenza di sei grandi vignette xilografiche come testate dei Trionfi. Testo in carattere corsivo racchiuso dal commento. Terza edizione (la prima fu pubblicata a Venezia, dal Nicolini, nel 1533) del Canzoniere suddiviso in due parti e commentato dal Gesualdo. Il testo della prima parte, intitolato "I sonetti et le canzoni del Petrarcha, colla spositione del Gesualdo", inizia a carta 1 ed è preceduto dalla dedicatoria "Al magnifico messer Bernardino Priuli, fu del magnifico M. Giacomo, patron suo honorandissimo Domenico Gigli", seguito poi da "La vita del Petrarcha", quindi da "La vita di Madonna Laura", poi da "I luoghi del Petrarcha, onde lo spositore ha raccolto quanto ha qui scritto di lui", e infine da "La tavola de sonetti e de le canzoni". A c. 278 inizia la seconda parte, intitolata: "I sonetti, et le canzoni del Petrarcha, in morte di Madonna Laura"; a seguire: "I trionfi" ("Del trionfo d'amore", "Il trionfo de la castita", "Del trionfo de la morte", "Del trionfo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Collezionando [Italy]
2020-05-06 19:10:01
Patrizi, Francesco
[eredi di Aldo Manuzio] (In Vinegia: in casa de' figliuoli di Aldo, 1553). in-8°, 150x104 mm, leg. successiva in pergamena, titolo a caratteri dorati su tassello al dorso, titolo manoscritto a due colori al taglio superiore; [24], 368 carte. Marca aldina sul frontespizio e in fine. Iniziali xilografiche istoriate. Seconda edizione (ma la prima in questo formato; era già stata pubblicata in-4° dal Comin de Trino nel 1547), di questa traduzione dell'opera di Francesco Patrizi (1413-1492) "De regno et regis institutiones", a cura di Giovanni Fabrini (1516-1580; erudito e retore toscano), il cui nome figura nella dedica, a c. *2r; cfr. anche: British Museum, Catalogue of Italian books, p. 493. Testo in corsivo. Prov.: Scritte non leggibili al taglio inferiore. Rif.: IT\ICCU\TO0E\008822. CNCE 27185. OCLC, 165823554 e 563857459. Cond.: Legatura rifatta in epoca successiva, con riutilizzo di una pergamena per il dorso e un'altra per i piatti. Qualche alone marginale di umido, occasionali arrossamente e fioriture alle carte. Nel complesso, trattasi di esemplare in condizioni generali molto buone.
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Collezionando [Italy]
2020-05-06 13:04:03
BURCHIELLO (DOMENICO di Giovanni)
Vinegia,: per Francesco Marcolini, 1553. Vinegia, per Francesco Marcolini, 1553. In-16 p. (mm. 155x95), p. pelle ottocentesca, dorso a cordoni (restaur.) con decoraz. a secco e tit. oro, pp.num. 209,(1), 7 cc.nn., incluso il frontespizio con marca tipografica; avanti le rime e al fine del vol. si trova replicato un bel ritratto del Burchiello silografato a p. pag. con l’epigrafe “Il Burchiello poeta Fiorentino”; altra marca al recto dell’ultima carta. "Prima edizione con il commento del Doni". Cfr. Brunet,I,1400: “Le commentaire du Doni donne prix à cette édition où se trouve une épitre du commentateur à "Jacopo Tintoretto pittore unico" - Gamba,1371 - Short-Title Cat. British Library, p. 223 - Manca all’Adams che cita un’ediz. del 1597. “Le poesie di Domenico di Giovanni, detto il Burchiello (1404-1440) non sono soltanto un oggetto di curiosità erudita o una piacevole lettura per chi ama le facezie, ma presentano un interesse più vasto sia come documento di un gusto non spentosi con l’età dell’autore, sia per quel che è in esse di veramente poetico. Una vena di autentica poesia era infatti in quel barbiere fiorentino, che conobbe malanni, vizi e miserie, e la cui bottega fu un circolo di letterati, semi-letterati e capiscarichi e una fucina di critiche mordaci e di beffe”. Così Diz. Opere Bompiani, VI, 262. Qualche lieve alone ma certamente un buon esemplare.
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2020-05-06 07:04:47
Boccaccio Giovanni (1313-1375)
al segno del diamante (Nel colopho per Comin da Trino di Monferrato), 1553. Capilettera ornati e figurati, busto ritratto del Boccaccio a fine volume
Bookseller: Libreria Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [Italy]
2020-05-01 09:02:16
DOLCE Lodovico
Venezia,: Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari e F.lli, 1553. Venezia, Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari e F.lli, 1553. In-24 gr. (mm. 128x70), mz. pelle settecentesca, fregi e tit. oro su tassello al dorso, pp. 502. "Manca l’ultima carta" che contiene la “Tavola degli autori”. Al frontespizio marca tipografica, ornato da testatine e grandi capilettera xilografati. Tra gli autori ricordiamo: Luigi Tansillo (Il Vendemmiatore), Claudio Tolomei, Ludovico Martelli, Francesco Maria Molza, Pietro Aretino, Vittoria Colonna e Veronica Gambara. "Prima edizione" “di una raccolta assai apprezzata, la quale contiene i più insigni poemetti in ottava rima che avesse allora la letteratura italiana. Ne fu editore il Dolce, che la dedicò, con lettera del 6 settembre 1553, a.. Silvio di Gaeta.. E’ notevole, e ciò attesta della molta rarità del presente volume, che questa edizione originale non fu ricordata dal Cicogna nelle sue "Memorie" sulla vita del Dolce". Così Bongi “Annali del Giolito..”, I, p. 410. Frontesp. con antico restauro per manc.; lieve alone margin. solo su alc. cc., altrimenti un buon esemplare.
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2020-04-28 11:14:49
1553. .RARISSIMA OPERA. FRANCISCI BRUNI de S. SEVERINO & GUIDONIS de SUZARIA & BALDI de PERIGLIS TRACTATUS DE INDICIIS ET TORTURA CUM ADDITIONIUBUS LUDOVICI BOLOGNINI BONONIEN. NUNC MULTIS IN LOCIS EMENDATI & RESTITUTI IN GRATIAM EORUM, QUIBUS AD REGIMEN REIPUBLICAE VIVIERUNT INDICEM COPIOSISSIMUM IN CALCE REPOSUIMUS LUGDUNI, Guliel. Rovillium sub scuto Veneto, 1553 ************ In 8° (cm 15x10,5) Pp. 266 + [30] + 1 c.b. Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena rigida; tassello in marocchino rosso, con titoli in oro, al dorso; grandi capolettera figurati e finemente incisi; tagli rossi; minime tracce d'uso. Eccellente stato di conservazione OPERA RARISSIMA.
Bookseller: epizefiri3 [Italia, Italy]
2020-04-23 19:25:04
GIOVIO Paolo
Rossi, Venice, and Firense, 1553. Two 16th century italian historical works bound together in a 19th century cardboard binding with gilt title on spine; binding tight, slightly rubbed at corners and edges; LA VITA DI SFORZA: 136, XV (tables) pages, upper edge cut a little short when it was bound, visible on title page; good condition inside with a water stain in a great part of the book; LA VITA DI ALFONSO DA ESTE DUCA DI FERRARA, tradotta in lingua toscana da Giovanbatista Gelli Fiorentino; 208 pages, very good condition; copper engraving on title page of the venetian book; engraved capitals; [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Magnus [Paris, France]
2020-04-22 04:15:05
1553. .RARISSIMA OPERA. FRANCISCI BRUNI de S. SEVERINO & GUIDONIS de SUZARIA & BALDI de PERIGLIS TRACTATUS DE INDICIIS ET TORTURA CUM ADDITIONIUBUS LUDOVICI BOLOGNINI BONONIEN. NUNC MULTIS IN LOCIS EMENDATI & RESTITUTI IN GRATIAM EORUM, QUIBUS AD REGIMEN REIPUBLICAE VIVIERUNT INDICEM COPIOSISSIMUM IN CALCE REPOSUIMUS LUGDUNI, Guliel. Rovillium sub scuto Veneto, 1553 ************ In 8° (cm 15x10,5) Pp. 266 + [30] + 1 c.b. Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena rigida; tassello in marocchino rosso, con titoli in oro, al dorso; grandi capolettera figurati e finemente incisi; tagli rossi; minime tracce d'uso. Eccellente stato di conservazione OPERA RARISSIMA.
Bookseller: epizefiri3 [Italia, IT]
2020-04-21 10:09:21
CRESCENTIIS, Petrus de
In Venetia: Per li heredi di Ioanne Padouano, 1553. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Ruralia Commoda An exceedingly rare 16th-century edition of Petrus Crescentiis's history of agriculture. Crescentiis (or Crescenzi) was a 13th-century horticulturist known for his famous writings on agriculture. 'Ruralia Commoda' was written between 1304-09 and would become the first printed text on agriculture in 1471. It would see nearly 60 editions throughout the next century. (Anderson). This work was an important aid to gardeners in the 16th-century century for providing information on care for plants, astronomers and their research on the skies, and even bizarre instances of 'man-plants'! Crescenzi also discussed husbandry, hunting and trapping, and wine making. Incredibly rare and important - only one copy of this book is found in institutional libraries in the United States!
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2020-04-16 21:10:05
CRESCENTIIS, Petrus de
In Venetia: Per li heredi di Ioanne Padouano, 1553. 1553 Crescenzi Agriculture HERBAL Botany Hunting Italian Wine Ruralia CommodaAn exceedingly rare 16th-century edition of Petrus Crescentiis's history of agriculture. Crescentiis (or Crescenzi) was a 13th-century horticulturist known for his famous writings on agriculture. 'Ruralia Commoda' was written between 1304-09 and would become the first printed text on agriculture in 1471. It would see nearly 60 editions throughout the next century. (Anderson).This work was an important aid to gardeners in the 16th-century century for providing information on care for plants, astronomers and their research on the skies, and even bizarre instances of 'man-plants'! Crescenzi also discussed husbandry, hunting and trapping, and wine making. Incredibly rare and important - only one copy of this book is found in institutional libraries in the United States! Item number: #10042Price: $1950CRESCENTIIS, Petrus deOpera di agricoltura: nellaqual si contiene à che modo si debbe coltiuar la terra: seminare, inserire gli alberi, gouernar li giardini e gli horti: la proprieta di tutti e frutti, & herbe: la natura di tutti li animali; & uccelli come amplame︣te nella tauola per ordine posta si potra uedereIn Venetia: Per li heredi di Ioanne Padouano, 1553.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso 335, [8]· References: USTC 824573; Anderson, Illustrated History of Herbals· Language: Italian · Binding: Vellum; tight & secure· Size: ~6.25in X 4.25in (15.5cm x 11cm)· Very rare and desirable with auction records and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-01 02:46:30
CRESCENTIIS, Petrus de
In Venetia: Per li heredi di Ioanne Padouano, 1553. 1553 Crescenzi Agriculture HERBAL Botany Hunting Italian Wine Ruralia CommodaAn exceedingly rare 16th-century edition of Petrus Crescentiis's history of agriculture. Crescentiis (or Crescenzi) was a 13th-century horticulturist known for his famous writings on agriculture. 'Ruralia Commoda' was written between 1304-09 and would become the first printed text on agriculture in 1471. It would see nearly 60 editions throughout the next century. (Anderson).This work was an important aid to gardeners in the 16th-century century for providing information on care for plants, astronomers and their research on the skies, and even bizarre instances of 'man-plants'! Crescenzi also discussed husbandry, hunting and trapping, and wine making. Incredibly rare and important - only one copy of this book is found in institutional libraries in the United States! Item number: #10042Price: $1950CRESCENTIIS, Petrus deOpera di agricoltura: nellaqual si contiene à che modo si debbe coltiuar la terra: seminare, inserire gli alberi, gouernar li giardini e gli horti: la proprieta di tutti e frutti, & herbe: la natura di tutti li animali; & uccelli come amplame︣te nella tauola per ordine posta si potra uedereIn Venetia: Per li heredi di Ioanne Padouano, 1553.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso 335, [8]· References: USTC 824573; Anderson, Illustrated History of Herbals· Language: Italian · Binding: Vellum; tight & secure· Size: ~6.25in X 4.25in (15.5cm x 11cm)· Very rare and desirable with auction records and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2020-03-31 22:49:26
JOHANNES LUCIUS PARISIENSIS. (JEAN DE LUC or DU LUC).
Paris Charles Etienne Apud Carolum Stephanum Typographum Regium. FIRST EDITION, 1553, Latin text. Folio, 335 x 235 mm, 13¼ x 9¼ inches, large pictorial device of the printer Charles Estienne on title page, Printer's privelege on verso of title page, woodcut headpiece and large initial to first page of text, pages 216, (2) - errata, with 12 pages of prelims included in the pagination and only partially numbered, rebound in full modern calf, gilt lettered morocco label to spine, blind decoration to covers. Extra old paper leaf inserted before the title page with a very early 5 line note in French on the author, ex libris inscription on title page (one word crossed out), title page slightly dusty in the margins, 1 very small closed tear to lower edge, very pale brown stain to lower inner edge of first 4 leaves, larger slightly stronger damp stain in same position, still affecting margin only, from page 133-161, and again paler and smaller from page 193 to the end, occasional very slight pale foxing, very small ink mark to a couple of margins, otherwise clean and bright. Apart from the already mentioned dampstains a very good copy A compendium of condensed decisions ('placita'), mixed with commentary, made by the supreme court in France (the Parisian Parliament) on ecclesiastical matters, the king and the nobility, the courts and the practice and implementation of law, civil life, and criminal justice. The "placita," dated (from 14th century to the author's time) but not quoted verbatim, are organised by subject and cover such miscellany as the ban on selling masks, the rights … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2020-03-31 08:41:59
1553. .RARISSIMA OPERA. FRANCISCI BRUNI de S. SEVERINO & GUIDONIS de SUZARIA & BALDI de PERIGLIS TRACTATUS DE INDICIIS ET TORTURA CUM ADDITIONIUBUS LUDOVICI BOLOGNINI BONONIEN. NUNC MULTIS IN LOCIS EMENDATI & RESTITUTI IN GRATIAM EORUM, QUIBUS AD REGIMEN REIPUBLICAE VIVIERUNT INDICEM COPIOSISSIMUM IN CALCE REPOSUIMUS LUGDUNI, Guliel. Rovillium sub scuto Veneto, 1553 ************ In 8° (cm 15x10,5) Pp. 266 + [30] + 1 c.b. Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena rigida; tassello in marocchino rosso, con titoli in oro, al dorso; grandi capolettera figurati e finemente incisi; tagli rossi; minime tracce d'uso. Eccellente stato di conservazione OPERA RARISSIMA.
Bookseller: epizefiri3 [Italia, IT]
2020-03-30 09:53:07
1553. buone condizioni legatura moderna fatta con materiale antico in piena pergamena. In Venetia per Domenico Giglio 1553, 1553. Condizione: molto buono. in-4, ff. (22), 346; legatura moderna in piena pergamena. Bel frontespizo con ritratto di Petrarca e Laura entro bordura con figure allegoriche; in fine impresa editoriale, numerose ill. silogr. n.t. Terza edizione (la prima Venezia, Nicolini, 1533) del Canzoniere commentato dal Gesualdo; comprende nella prima parte Sonetti, Canzoni e le Canzoni in morte di Madonna Laura. Testo in carattere corsivo racchiuso dal commento, in finissimo car. sempre corsivo. Le opere sono precedute oltre che da varie dediche, esplicazioni e indici, dalle Vite di Petrarca e di Laura. Magnifica edizione, per la qualità dei caratteri, dei legni, dell'impaginazione e della carta; assai stimato il commento del Gesualdo: "Introdotto da una biografia del Petrarca con sezioni interne autonome, il commento prende il testo come occasione per affrontare questioni di diversa natura in forma di divagazione erudita.".
Bookseller: Antichita Beggio (antichitabeggio) [noventa padovana, Italy]
2020-03-28 03:03:04
Heinrich ALDEGREVER (Paderborn, 1502; Soest, Westfalia, 1555-61)
Bulino, 1553, datato e monogrammato in lastra nella parte superiore. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilato alla linea marginale, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Bellissimo esemplare. Etching, 1553, dated and signed with monogram at top. Very good work printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed on the marginal line, in excellent condition. A magnific example. The New Hollstein, p. 68 n. 53; TIB 52.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-03-27 20:17:37
Lautensack, Hans Sebald (ca. 1520-1566)
1553. Landschaft mit zwei Föhren und einer Kirche mit Einsiedelei rechts im Vordergrund, links eine Stadt mit Mühle und Steinbrücke im Hintergrund. Original Radierung von Hanns Sebald Lautensack. In der Platte monogrammiert "HSL" und datiert 1553. 11 x 17 cm. - Auf Trägerkarton montiert. - Bis zur Einfassungslinie beschnitten, rückseitig leicht Montagespuren, minimale Knickspuren, minimalst fleckig und gebräunt. - Nagler, Monogrammisten III, 1543. Bartsch 43. - Verso mit nicht identifiziertem Sammlerstempel "OV" (Lugt 2008 c). - Selten (Vergleichsexemplar in der Albertina in Wien) !
Bookseller: noprobleminhouston [Germany]
2020-03-25 07:34:02
1553. GENEALOGIA DE GLI DEI I QUINDICI LIBRI DI M. GIOVANNI BOCCACCIO SOPRA LA ORIGINE ET DISCENDENZA DI TUTTI GLI DEI DE' GENTILI ...... TRADOTTI ET ADORNATI PER M. GIUSEPPE BETUSSI DABASSANO. AGGIUNTAVI LA VITA DEL BOCCACCIO ....... IN VINEGIA AL SEGNO DEL DIAMANTE 1553 In 8°,pag. [18] 263 [35],legatura cartonata con tassello al dorso , frontespizio illustrato, tavola con ritratto di boccaccio in fondo al volume, capolettera ornati ad inizio capitolo. Mancanza alla parte superiore del dorso con piccolo interessamento del tassello. restauro al margine esterno inferiore alla prime quattro pagine, rifilatura al margine superiore. scritta a penna all'ultima pagina, sotto il ritratto del boccaccio.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Paolo Tonnarelli [Italy]
2020-03-25 00:37:27
1553. .RARISSIMA OPERA. FRANCISCI BRUNI de S. SEVERINO & GUIDONIS de SUZARIA & BALDI de PERIGLIS TRACTATUS DE INDICIIS ET TORTURA CUM ADDITIONIUBUS LUDOVICI BOLOGNINI BONONIEN. NUNC MULTIS IN LOCIS EMENDATI & RESTITUTI IN GRATIAM EORUM, QUIBUS AD REGIMEN REIPUBLICAE VIVIERUNT INDICEM COPIOSISSIMUM IN CALCE REPOSUIMUS LUGDUNI, Guliel. Rovillium sub scuto Veneto, 1553 ************ In 8° (cm 15x10,5) Pp. 266 + [30] + 1 c.b. Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena rigida; tassello in marocchino rosso, con titoli in oro, al dorso; grandi capolettera figurati e finemente incisi; tagli rossi; minime tracce d'uso. Eccellente stato di conservazione OPERA RARISSIMA.
Bookseller: epizefiri3 [Italia, IT]
2020-03-19 15:37:00
Nizzoli Mario (anche conosciuto come Nizolio)
Apud Septimum Viottum, 1553. In 4° (20,5x14,5 cm); (12), 360, (20) pp. Legatura coeva in cartoncino molle, in parte lento, difetti e aloni alla legatura. Bindelle interne realizzate con pergamena trecentesca a palinsesto. Numerose dotte note chiosate da mano coeva al margine esterno di varie pagine. Un leggero alone al margine esterno delle prime 4 carte e delle ultime 40 carte, sempre leggero e non intenso. Il volume è stato conservato sotto naftalina della quale conserva ancora un leggero sentore. All'interno in buone condizioni di conservazione. Bello stemma editoriale del celebre stampatore parmense Seth Viotti, al frontespizio con "Liocorno che affronta due serpenti e motto: Nasce da la virtù la sicurezza". I Viotti furono per due secoli, dalla fine del XV° secolo fino alla metà del XVII° secolo, una dinastia di noti stampatori parmensi. Alla metà del quattrocento I Viotti erano una famiglia di modesti librai ma sul finire del secolo, grazie ad all'investitura pontificia, divennero gli stampatori privilegiati dei Farnese e della ducale Camera cittadina. Seth stampatore ducale e camerale, figlio di Virgilio, subentrò prima al padre nella gestione della libreria in piazza del Comune e poi, allo zio Antonio nella direzione nella stamperia che si trovava in piazza dei Servi. Prima rara edizione della più importante opera del celebre umanista e filosofo di Brescello, Mario Nizolio o Nizzoli (Borreto borgo di Brescello, 5 marzo 1488 - Sabbioneta, 5 giugno 1567). Dopo aver studiato nei noti centri di cultura umanistica di Modena, Reggio Emilia e Parma, nel 1523 grazie alla su … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Zanfrognini Antonio [Italy]
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