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2013-01-02 03:20:01
Peuerbach, Georg von
Mit sehr zahlr. Textholzschnitten und 3 gefalt. Holzschnitt-Tafeln (wie praktisch immer ohne die vier beweglichen Teile). 8 unnum. Bll., 252 num. Bll. (Bl. Nr. 7 und 8 weiß; Bl. 201 fehlt). II.: Garcaeus, Johannes: Tractatus brevis et utilis, proponens methodum doctrinae eclipsium. Quomodo deliquia luminum praedicantur, tempora inueniantur figurentur in plano, & effectuum significationes inuestigentur. Wittenberg, Crato 1556. Mit wenigen Textholzschnitten und einer gefalt. Tabelle. 80 unnum. Bll. Schweinslederband d. Zt. auf Holzdecken, mit Platten- und Rollenstempeln und 1 (von 2) Schließen). VD 16 P 2062; Adams P 2276; Houzeau-L. I, 2252; Lalande 75; Zinner 2072: "Wenige Änderungen gegenüber der Ausgabe von 1542. Koppernick gelegentlich erwähnt". - VD 16 P 2062 - Adams P 2276 - Houzeau-L. I, 2252 - Lalande 75 - Zinner 2072: "Wenige Änderungen gegenüber der Ausgabe von 1542. Koppernick gelegentlich erwähnt". - Zweite oder dritte Ausgabe mit Einführung und Kommentaren des Kopernikus-Anhängers Erasmus Reinhold. - Peuerbach (auch Peurbach, Purbach; 1423-1461) lehrte in Wien, unter anderem war Johann Müller (gen. Regiomontanus) sein Schüler. Einen geradezu durchschlagenden Erfolg errang P. als didaktischer Schriftsteller durch seine "Theoricae novae planetarum..."; "das Büchlein ... erlebte fast unzählige Auflagen und ward noch lange Jahre ... als Grundbuch des akademischen Unterrichts in höherer Astronomie betrachtet" (ADB XXV, S. 560). - II. Zinner 2148 - nicht im VD 16 - "An astrologer, astronomer and meteorologist of some note... (he) referred to Copernicus as the `outstan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2012-12-23 22:32:11
HOMER - PANTALEON, HEINRICH (ed.).
2 volumes in one. Basileæ [Basel] per Nicolaum Bryling. & Bartholomæum Calybæum Anno 1553 and Basileae [Basel] 1551. Small folio: binding is 33,5 x 22,5 cm., paper is 31,7 x 20,5 cm and the printed text is 25,7 x 14,5 cm (h x w). With woodcut initials as well as printer's device on both title pages. (16)+292+(12)+317 pages. Bound in a contemporary blindstamped pigskin binding over wooden boards. Binding is richly decorated on both sides with miniture portraits of protestant thinkers (i.e. Melanchton, Luther, Erasmus of Rotterdam) and with a portrait of a prince in the center. Embossed is also the owner's initials (C.T.S.) and the year 1557. The leather is sligthly worn, leaving the decoration obscure in places, and the corners are worn through. With traces from two clasps. Old archival number in ink on the inner cover. Wormholes in some places, especially to the last pages, though no loss of text. Papers with a bit of edgewear, and one page has a corner torn off (no loss of text). Also with marginal notes and underlinings with old hand in a few places. Old name on title page. Newer stamp on the verso of the title page.. Text in Greek and Latin. Not in Brunet.** A finely printed edition of the Iliad and Odyssey in a wonderful North European renaissance binding. The text was established by the Basel born doctor and humanist Heinrich Pantaleon (1522-1595), who also published a great work with biographies of famous German men - incidentally with the first biography of Johannes Gutenberg
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat
2012-10-04 14:42:45
Straccha Benvenuto
. . Baudrier IV, 171 - Palgrave III, 480 - Kress 156: "Includes the first modern treatise on insurance."- Seltene, erste in Lyon gedruckte Ausgabe (erstmals Venedig 1553), erstmals mit dem mit eigenem Titelblatt beigedruckten Traktat von P. Santerna.- B. Stracca's ((1509-1578) "first and most significant work in the field of commercial law, treats of commerce in general, the merchant class, mercantile contracts, maritime law, bunkruptcy and mercantile practise" (ESS XIV, 415).- Leicht gebräunt od. tls. gering braunfleckig, Vorsatz mit hs. Ergänzungen u. etw. wasserrandig, gutes Ex.
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2012-06-27 15:35:01
CASTILLO DE VILLASANTE, Diego del
Guillermo de Millis, Medina del Campo (Valladolid). Methymnæ Campi. Ex typographia Guilielmi de Millis, M.D.LIII. [1553]. Folio. 266 fols. 30 h., 2 h. Plena piel. Portada con escudo xilográfico y marca tipográfica en el final. Texto a dos columnas. Las leyes en castellano y las glosas en latín. [Palau nº 48463; CCPB4684-1] [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Berrocal Libros Antiguos [Madrid, Spain]
2012-06-25 16:58:33
OBSEQUENS Julius.
Jean de Tournes et G. Gazeau, 1553 [colophon 1552], Lugduni [Lione]. in-24, pp. 367, bella leg. XIX sec. p. perg. con tass. e ricchi fregi oro al d., tagli rossi. Marca tipogr. in legno al front. Raccolta di fenomeni soprannaturali, cose mostruose e prodigi, avvenuti nell’antichità a Roma e descritti anno per anno, raccolti da Joachim Camerarius "Obsequens" (1500-1574) sulle fonti di Tito Livio, Dionigi di Alicarnasso, Eutropio etc. Questa edizione è curata da C. Woolfhart "Lycostenes" (1518-1561). Nella seconda parte è aggiunto il trattato sui prodigi di Polidoro da Virgilio (1470-1555). Rara ediz. Adams O-8. Lieve alone marginale all’angolo inf. nelle ultime 10 pp. circa, ma ottimo esempl. in elegante leg. [274]
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2012-06-24 10:19:19
Theocritus
Francofurti: Petri Brubacchii, 1553. Francofurti: Petri Brubacchii. [Classici] (cm.17,4) bella piena pergamena originale con unghie e tracce di lacci. -- cc. 104 nn. Carattere corsivo molto elegante con alcuni passi in greco. I 36 idilli sono preceduti dalla vita di Teocrito, prologo e argomento dello stesso E. Nesso. La prima edizione fu edita a Milano nel 1493 con soli 18 idilli. Questa nostra, ritenuta fra le migliori e segnalata da Federici, è una ristampa dell' edizione del 1545 del Camerarius che conteneva anche la parte greca. Nel 1553 fu separatamente stampata dallo stesso tipografo. Sguardie antiche rimontate, qualche lieve ombreggiatura ma esemplare molto bello, fresco, genuino e a grandi margini. * Federici " Scrittori Greci" 181; * Hoffman "Lexicon Griechen" III 477; * Bm. Stc. German 854; * Graesse VII 114; * Brunet V 782. Manca ad Adams.[f73] . in ottime condizioni. Rilegato. 1553.
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2012-06-15 20:56:13
LATIN NEW TESTAMENT.
NEW TESTAMENT, 1553, Latin text. Small 8vo, approximately 170 x 95 mm, 6¾ x 3¾ inches, 501 pages with side notes, ruled throughout in reddish brown, title lined in yellow on title page, decorated initials to each book with same early yellow colouring, bound in full contemporary calf, rebacked to style with gilt motif and title between raised bands, covers panelled in blind with gilt motif at corners and in centre, all edges gilt, original red ruled endpapers. Corners worn with slight loss of leather to tips, lower cover worn with some loss of surface and loss of leather on fore-edge, small scrape to upper cover also, inner paper hinges expertly repaired, small armorial bookplate on first pastedown, closed tear to 2 margins, 1 just affecting text, neatly repaired, all still legible, tip missing from 2 corners, a few marginal notes and a few underlinings, both in very pale ink, contents otherwise clean, binding tight and firm. A very good copy. The translator Sebastien Chateillon (1515-1563) was an associate of Calvin and an important figure in the early years of the Reformation. Through the influence of Calvin he was appointed rector of a school in Geneva, from which he was expelled on theological grounds in 1544. He subsequently became a professor of Greek in Basel and there published his famous Latin version of the Bible (1551). Calvin had refused permission for this in Geneva when he realised that Chateillon's translation threatened his authority on a number of points of theological interpretation. A separate edition of Chateillon's New Testament was issued also in 1551. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-15 20:56:13
NEW TESTAMENT. Latin text.:
Basel, Ioannes Oporinus 1553.. NEW TESTAMENT, 1553, Latin text. Second edition of Castalione translation, 8vo, approximately 170 x 95 mm, 6¾ x 3¾ inches, 501 pages with side notes, ruled throughout in reddish brown, title lined in yellow on title page, decorated initials to each book with same early pale yellow hand colouring, some capital letters lined in yellow throughout, bound in full antique calf, rebacked to style with gilt motif and title between raised bands, covers panelled in blind with gilt ornament at corners and in centre, all edges gilt, original red ruled endpapers. Corners worn with slight loss of leather to tips, lower cover worn with some loss of surface and loss of leather on fore-edge, small scrape to upper cover also, inner paper hinges repaired expertly, small armorial bookplate on first pastedown, closed tear to 2 margins, 1 just affecting text, neatly repaired, all still legible, tip missing from 2 corners, a few marginal notes and a few underlinings, both in very pale ink, contents otherwise clean, binding tight and firm. A very good copy of a Latin New Testament. The translator Sebastien Chatillon (1515-1563) was a French Protestant theologian and humanist. He was an associate of Calvin and an important figure in the early years of the Reformation. Through the influence of Calvin he was appointed rector of a school in Geneva, from which he was expelled on theological grounds in 1544. He subsequently became a professor of Greek in Basel and there published his famous Latin version of the Bible (1551). Calvin had refused permission for this in Geneva … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-08 22:17:28
Hieronymus:
Basileae / Basel Froben, 1553.. Sondereinband. Stark "zensiertes" Exemplar mit teils entfernten Seiten, teils nur überklebten Seiten, wenn der Zensor wohl die Rückseite für "unbedenklich" hielt. Diese "Überklebungen" wurden aber wohl auch wieder teils von wissbegierigen Lesern entfernt. Einband: Pergament der Zeit, Buchblock vom Einband fast kpl. gelöst Pergament von innen recht geschickt unterlegt, Vorsätze müssten erzgänzt werden. Die Heftung des Buchs perfekt. Handschriftlich Titel auf Vorderdeckel und Rücken, mit stärkeren Gebrauchsspuren, aber alles in Originalzustand! Index ca 200 S. Erste Seiten mit Mäusefraß am Rand ohne Textverlust. Druckermarke am Schluss (ohne Jahreszahl). Prachtvoller Druck auf sehr gutem Papier, nur einige Lagen stärker gebräunt, letzte Lagen mit deutlicheren Gebrauchsspuren, 1 Blatt mit Namenseintrag "del Luogo de Soncino de fratr. Cappucini." Nach Angaben der Vorbestitzer stammt das Werk aus einen aufgelösten Kloster in Latium in Cellino dem "Convento S. Giovanni Battista" das 1980 in ein Hotelzentrum umgewandelt wurde . Es scheint, als ob insbesondere die Briefe an Frauen des Hieronymus keine Gnade vor dem Zensor gefunden haben, aber auch das Kapitel "De virginitate seruanda" ,"de monogamia" und selbst das "de vita clericorum", meinte er "verbessern" zu müssen. In einer Randnotiz gibt er sich als Frater Andreas zu erkennen, erwähnt den Index libr. prohibit. aber wirklich nachvollziehbar wird sein Tun dadurch auch nicht. Interessantes Dokument trotz der sicherlich zu 10 % entfernten Seiten! LA214.6
Bookseller: Buchhaus Stern-Verlag e.K.
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2012-06-06 12:20:49
Luther, Martin & Georg Maior & Philipp Melancthon
Witteberg: Hans Lufft, 1553. [6] + 594 (of 622) pages; title page woodcut of Luther and Melancthon kneeling at the crucifixion of Christ, title printed in red and black; woodcut initial letters; German text throughout; old ownership inscription, indecipherable, on front paste-down as well as at page 172; large, heavy volume, approx. 13" x 9"; bound in the original vellum over wooden boards, four raised bands, blindstamp decorations in panels: central fleur-de-lys stylized floral piece, surrounded by blindstamps of the heads of philosophers Cicero, Virgil, etc.; this panel in turn surrounded by repeated half-body portraits of biblical worthies, one of King David with harp dated 1548; all this is surrounded by acorn and floral ornaments, rule lines, in the final surrounding border; evidence of old clasps, not present; vellum with a few pinhole size wormholes on back; back cover vellum very worn, tearing away at bottom corner and at bottom front cover corner as well; spine very rubbed, some loss to vellum; binding securely sewn; very soiled and darkened; no half-title or blank front or endpapers; the title page with a edge-chip at bottom margin, soiling & wear; old dampstain at top gutter for several quires; one leaf torn in half, the piece laid-in with the consequent loss of a few end-of-line words; one leaf's corner neatly trimmed away, no loss of text; one section with old underlining; occasional question marks or exclamation points in margins, seemingly some sections of much more interest to a previous owner than others; a little old pinhole worming evidence, no loss t … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-03 20:42:12
ALBERTI, Leon Battista.
Alcalá de Henares, Joan Mey Flandro, 1553. Small folio, [14], 71 ff. + one leaf; gothic letter, title printed in red and black within a composite woodcut border of renaissance ornament, printer's woodcut device in the centre, woodcut initials, headpieces, etc; last leaf (blank except for printer's device on recto) in deceptive facsimile; obtrusive wormhole in lower blank margins of three gatherings carefully filled in, one leaf (I1) remargined on three sides with loss of a few letters; some light browning; despite these defects a very sound and large copy with some uncut edges, in recent limp vellum wrappers.First edition in Spanish of Alberti's Momus [or De principe], translated by Augustín de Almaçan and with an introductory 8 pp. Exposición by the Toledo ascetic writer and scholar Alejo Venegas (1495?–1554?).An indispensable source for Alberti's political thought and a 'supremely interesting example of how the comic spirit of the early Renaissance expressed itself in literature' (Martini, below), Alberti's Momus is a political and social satire set in the form of an allegorical/ mythological fable. Its mood is that of a light-hearted humanist jeu d'esprit; its humorous and even farcical manner was intended, as Alberti states in his preface, to make readers laugh while at the same time confronting them with serious political/social issues: in particular, with the question of what makes a good ruler. Macchiavelli apparently derived the title of his Il Principe from Alberti, and Erasmus too seems to have read it. "It could be that Erasmus when he talks of Momus lately hurle … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2012-06-01 06:16:49
[ICHTHYOLOGY] -- ESTIENNE, Charles (printer, c 1504-1564) -- BELON, Pierre (c 1517- 1564) -- Petri Bellonii Cenomani
Paris: Apud Caroloum Stephanum, 1553. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good+. Oblong 8vo (95 x 157mm). [32], 448pp. Illustrated with 188 woodcuts figures, hand-colored, depicting species of fish, marine life, crustaceans and shells. Later mottled calf, marbled endpapers; (light browning, some margins trimmed close). First Edition. A French translation appeared two years later and the volume was reprinted in Frankfurt and Zurich. Pierre Belon, physician, polymath, traveler, artist and naturalist, obtained his medical degree at the University of Paris under the patronage of King Francis I. He was from the Le Mans region of France, and this copy has an early French inscription on the front endpaper ?"Sarthe/ Le Mans/ Pierre Belon a né au Le Mans en 15..?", possibly linking this book to a collection in Sarthe, near the author?'s home region. Another early French inscription on the rear endpapers, gives the ex-libris and name ?"C. Dupres,?" and writes Paris. After his formal education, Pierre Belon apprenticed himself to a botanist and wandered from France to Palestine, drawing careful sketches of all the living things he encountered. To his friend Ronsard this journey had all the importance of a general exploration of the globe, and he celebrated it appropriately in verse, glorifying Belon as if he had been one of the greatest of navigators in history. The accounts of his observations during this great tour were published in 1553 in the remarkable book known as ?"The Singularities.?" That same year the appearance of Belon?'s work ?'De Aquatilibus,?' on fish, mollusks and aquatic … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-14 15:42:24
(Welber, Jakob).
Ohne Ort, ohne Drucker, o. J. (1553).. 4°. 11 nn. Bll., Mod. HPgmt.. Erstausgabe; eine von zwei nur min. abweichenden Druckvarianten dieser seltenen Flugschrift des Jakob Welber aus Weinbach. - "Betrifft den Schmalkaldischen Krieg 1546-47, die Kämpfe Moritz' von Sachsen, Belagerung Magdeburgs 1550-51, den Zug Karls V. gegen Heinrich II. von Frankreich nach Lothringen und die Belagerung von Metz 1552" (Halle). - Wasserrandig u. etw. gebräunt bzw. fleckig. - VD 16, W 1729; Halle, Newe Zeitungen 319 (fälschlich "1552"); nicht bei Kuczynski u. Hohenemser.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
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2012-05-14 15:27:31
CUSPINIANUS, Johannes [Johann Spiessheimer, 1473-1529]
Bassel: Basileae, ex Officina Ioannis Oporini, per Ioannem Hervagium et Ioannem Oporinum, 1553. Folio; 725 pp., 22 hs. de índices, la última de las cuales con una ligera pérdida de texto. Ejemplar con manchas de humedad en el márgen interno superior. Encuadernación moderna en media piel. Excelente edición de las obras más importantes del gran humanista, historiador, poeta, médico y diplomático austriaco en la Corte vienesa de Maximiliano I. Hay que destacar su pasión de coleccionista de manuscritos antiguos y medievales, materiales que utilizó por vez primera en sus libros de Historia. Resulta muy interesante ver su retrato por Lucas Cranach de 1502 hoy en el Kunsthistorisches Museum de Viena.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
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2012-04-24 11:43:16
AUGUSTUS, Elector of Saxony, 1526-1586.
Dresden, 22 March, (15)70, 1553. Dresden,, 22 March, (15)70. 1 leaf (text 1/2 p.). With address on verso. Folio. Dresden, 22 March, (15)70. Augustus announces that his council will arrive at the abbey of St. George near Naumburg (Saale) on the second Sunday after Easter ("Misericordias domini") and that they will stay for a while. There is a shortage of veal, fowls, eggs, fish and other cooked foods (Kuchenspeise), as our "Schosser" at the abbey had informed him. He wishes Kronberger to help the latter to provide all this. The address reads: "Unserm Schosser zu Freiburgh unnd liben getreuen Andres Kronbergern"; endorsement: "Bestellung der kuchen speiss Ins Closter S Gorgen", with autograph signature "Augustus". The letter is written from Dresden, Freiberg is not far west of Dresden, but some way from Naumburg. There is a smaller place, Freyburg, near Naumburg. The abbey of Naumburg was suppressed and taken over by Johann Friedrich of Saxony earlier in the 16th century. Augustus the Pious, elector from 1553-86, was one of the best domestic rulers the country ever had; he devoted his long reign to the development of its resources. The signature on this letter is autograph (cf. examples in British Library Dept. of MSS., Cotton MS Galba B. XI, f. 376b and Add. MS. 21522, f. 92). - Remains of seal and ties, browned, a few stains, small pieces of margins missing. AUTOGRAPHS ; HISTORY (KULTURGESCHICHTE) ;
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2012-04-23 09:14:26
JOHANNES LUCIUS PARISIENSIS. (JEAN DE LUC or DU LUC).:
Paris, Charles Etienne, Lutetius, Apud Caroluim Stephanum, Typographum Regium, 1553.. 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, woodcut headpiece and large initial to first page of text, pages 316, (2) - errata, with 12 pages of prelims included in the pagination and only partially numbered, rebound in modern tan cloth, gilt lettered spine, new endpapers. 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, binding tight and firm. A very good copy of a rare French law book. 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 of bakers, commercial loans, Galli … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-04-18 20:30:22
Geneva: Jean Crespin, 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 wants 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 to page 175 torn away without loss of text. A very good copy in a very nice, early binding.
Bookseller: Alcuin Books [USA]
2012-04-13 10:00:58
GIUNTA, Tomaso (Editor). The most complete collection of early texts on balneology with descriptions of over 200 spas; illustrated with woodcuts of a natural bath at Pozzuoli, a water-wheel driven pump at Fideris in the Praetigau in eastern Switzerland, and a view of Plombieres-les-Bains in the Vosges showing visitors bathing and taking the waters
Venice, heirs of Lucantonio Giunta 1553 - Folio. 14 + 497 ff. Roman & italic letter with some Greek. Printer's woodcut device on title and on recto of leaf 488. With 5 full-page woodcut illustrations in the text and numerous woodcut initials. Contemporary limp vellum with stubs of ties preserved. The most complete collection of early texts on balneology charting the history of the subject and containing precise descriptions of over 200 spas. The individual contributions, of which some had never been published before and many appear not to have been reprinted, are presented in full or in extract as appropriate. Some 70 authors are cited ranging from classical antiquity (Aristotle, Avicenna, Hippocrates, Galen) to the Renaissance (Giralomo Cardano, Michael Savonarola, Conrad Gesner, Leonhardt Fuchs, Joachim Camerarius). Gesner's work on German and Swiss thermal springs is here first published. We are thus offered a unique picture of 16th century knowledge of what was then a very popular pastime. Balneo-therapy was a fashionable means of treating medical conditions, and there existed in Germany alone some 70 health spas. The striking full-page woodcuts include a plan of a natural bath at Pozzuoli, a representation of a waterwheel-driven pump used to raise water at the baths of Fideris in the Prätigau Valley of eastern Switzerland, and a fine view of the spa of Plombières-les-Bains in the Vosges, complete with tiny figures, some on crutches, bathing and taking the waters. The work was edited by Tomaso Giunta, the publisher's successor. Outer margins of last leaves lightly water … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [United Kingdom]
2012-04-08 12:22:21
Hyperius, Andreas (eigentlich A. Gerhard oder Gheeraerdts):
Marburg, Andreas Kolbe, 1553.. 8°. 135 num. Bll., 1 Bl., mit Druckermarke Halb-Leder d. 18. Jh. mit Rückenvergoldung. VD 16 G 1408; ADB XIII, 491; Herzog-H. VIII, 505: "Die Originaldrucke sind äusserst selten." Erste Ausgabe des bedeutenden Werkes zur protestantischen Theologie. Der Autor (1511-1564), nach seiner Heimat Ypern Hyperius genannt, behandelt Fragen des Gottesdienstes und der Auslegung der Bibel, die seiner Meinung nach in jeden Haushalt gehört und täglich auch von Laien studiert werden sollte. "Für die Homiletik der evangelischen Kirche hat er mit seiner Schrift "De formandis..." zuerst Bahn gebrochen" (ADB). - Gut erhalten, wenig gebräunt, nur Titelblatt etwas angestaubt, wenige alte Unterstreichungen, die ersten beiden Blätter mit kleinen Eckausbesserungen ohne Textberührung. Vorsatz mit altem Besitzvermerk (C. A. A. Fiedler). Der hübsche Einband etwas berieben.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek
2012-04-08 12:22:21
Hyperius, Andreas (eigentlich A. Gerhard oder Gheeraerdts):
Marburg, Andreas Kolbe, 1553. - 8°. 135 num. Bll., 1 Bl., mit Druckermarke Halb-Leder d. 18. Jh. mit Rückenvergoldung VD 16 G 1408; ADB XIII, 491; Herzog-H. VIII, 505: "Die Originaldrucke sind äusserst selten." Erste Ausgabe des bedeutenden Werkes zur protestantischen Theologie. Der Autor (1511-1564), nach seiner Heimat Ypern Hyperius genannt, behandelt Fragen des Gottesdienstes und der Auslegung der Bibel, die seiner Meinung nach in jeden Haushalt gehört und täglich auch von Laien studiert werden sollte. "Für die Homiletik der evangelischen Kirche hat er mit seiner Schrift "De formandis." zuerst Bahn gebrochen" (ADB). - Gut erhalten, wenig gebräunt, nur Titelblatt etwas angestaubt, wenige alte Unterstreichungen, die ersten beiden Blätter mit kleinen Eckausbesserungen ohne Textberührung. Vorsatz mit altem Besitzvermerk (C. A. A. Fiedler). Der hübsche Einband etwas berieben. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek
2012-03-26 09:12:53
CICERONE M. Tullio.
s.n. [colophon apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi Filium],, Venezia, 1553. in-8 antico, ccnn 4, cc 414, leg. ottocentesca m. pelle con tit. oro, piatti cart. marmorizz., tagli spruzzati. Ancora aldina al front. Renouard p. 157: "Copie de l’édition de 1547, avec quelques corrections, additions et retranchements". Bmc p. 413. Una lacuna foderata al front. interessa l’ancora aldina. Legg. corto il margine sup., ma bell’esempl. [163]
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2012-03-06 16:26:07
Sully, Maximilien De Bethune, Duc De (1559-1641). Lennox, Charlotte (Ca. 1729-1804) Tr.
Philadelphia; Edward Earle, 1553. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt-blocked titles. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional set - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 0 pages; With additional notes, some letters of Henry the Great, and a brief historical introduction. Subjects: Henry IV, King of France, 1553-1610. France--History--Henry IV, 1553-1610. 6 Kg. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-02-26 10:18:28
TITO LIVIO
[Al colofón:] acabose de imprimir, en la çiudad imperial de Colonia Agrippina, a costas de Arnoldo Byrckmanno librero 1553. [Köln, Arnold Byrckmann, 1553]. Un volúmen en folio, que va del folio CCCXLVI al DCVII en que finaliza la Quinta Década. Siguen 19 folios numerados LXXXV - CIII, que contienen el "Aviso notable para entender las cosas que se escriven en las hystorias de los Romanos y de los otros gentiles que parescen ser milagrosas, en favor de sus Dioses". Falto de las dos hojas finales, de tabla, y de la hoja de colofón. Numerosos refuerzos. Encuadernación en piel del siglo XVII, con lomera profusamente ornada.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros [Spain]
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2012-02-16 15:01:29
Camerarius, Joachim.
Joanne Montano & Ulrico Neubero, 1553. [bound with] Hessus, Helius Eobanus. Libellus alter, epistolas complectens Eobani et aliorum quorundam doctissimorum virorum, necnon versus varii generis atque argumenti.... Lipsiae: Ex officina Papae, 1557. 8vo. [79] ff. (last leaf of preface/errata lacking). [and the same author's]. [Tertius libellus epistolar. Eobani et aliorum.] [colophon:] Lipsiae: M. Ernesti Voegelini Constantiensis, 1561. 8vo. 150] ff. (title-page and final blank lacking). Three first editions, all uncommon: Joachim Camerarius the elder's life of the German neo-Latin poet Helius Eobanus Hessus (1488-1540), followed by books two and three of Hessus's correspondence as edited by Camerarius. All books were issued separately. The Protestant humanist Camerarius was a member of Hessus's circle and an associate of Melanchthon's, as was Johannes Crato von Crafftheim, the royal physician and friend of Martin Luther to whom Camerarius dedicated the final volume of letters; Melanchthon, Euricius Cordus, Justus Menio, Mutiano Ruffo, and others appear with letters sometimes wholly in Greek, others with extensive passages in that language. Binding: Contemporary alum-tawed pigskin, dated 1567 in blind; binding with bevelled edges, covers blind-embossed using rolls: faith, hope, justice, and charity. One metal clasp is present, the other perished.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2011-04-05 05:08:46
Sauvage Denis, de Fontenailles en Brie
au Palais en la boutique de Gilles Corrozet, à Paris, 1553. Legatura antica in piena pergamena (leggermente brunita ed increspata). Carte di guardia assenti. Lieve alone al margine inferiore delle ultime tre carte ma buon esemplare. Prima, non comune, edizione. 8vo (cm. 15,7), 16 cc.nn., 76 cc., 3 cc.nn. (manca l ultima bianca). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2010-10-25 07:52:07
CRESCENTIO, Pietro
Venice: [Li heredi di Joanne Padouano], 1553. With historiated woodcut initials, printer's device on recto of last leaf. Later vellum, manuscript title on spine; minor paper repairs throughout, one leaf restored. Contemporary annotations. An extremely rare edition (only five copies located) of what was the first agronomic treatise of the middle ages, the original printing of which appeared in Augsburg in 1471. Crescentio was "seventy years of age when he undertook to write, in Latin, a sort of Gentleman's Recreation or Maison Rustique, in twelve books, crammed with information of all kinds likely to be of use to the gentleman farmer." His compendium of agriculture and husbandry provide the botanical background needed for raising crops, and includes topics ranging from water supply, apiculture, the building of granaries and the cultivation of grains. In addition, he discusses arboriculture and horticulture, the hunting and trapping wild animals, the medicinal uses of plants, as well as the diseases of animals, and domestic hygiene. Chapter IV, is devoted to viticulture, wine and the preservation of grapes and raisins. Chapter VIII, which covers gardens, served as a model for many sixteenth and seventeenth century gardening books. The final chapter is a well organized manual of procedure, detailing everything that needs to be done monthly in the orchard, farm and field. The immense value of this work was recognized immediately; Charles V, King of France, first ordered this book to be translated into French in 1373. Since then, it has gone through numerous editions and tran … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
2010-04-26 19:23:23
Terence, Publius.
Lugduni: Apud Sebastian Gryphius, 1553.. Octavo. 310, [ii] pages. Italic letter. With the printer's device on the title-page. Last leaf with printer's device on verso lacking. a8-t8, u4 [-u4]. In an eighteenth-century calf binding, spine gilt. Front and rear free endpapers lacking. Some old staining. A tear on title-page, repaired. From the library of Joseph Sadony, with his bookplate. Baudrier VIII, p. 266.
Bookseller: Sam Gatteno Books [Grosse Pointe, MI, U.S.A.]
2010-04-17 16:22:04
RUSCELLI, Girolamo [d. 1556]
Venice: [Plinio Pietrasanta], 1553., 1553. small 4to. pp. 1 p.l., 287. woodcut printer's device on title. woodcut initials. A wide-margined copy in contemporary limp vellum (some marginal dampstaining). some old marginal ms. notes. signature on title of Scottish patriot & bibliophile Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun [1655-1716]. First Edition of Ruscelli's scathing attacks and counter-attacks on three works by Lodovico Dolce. The first and most important contains Ruscelli's critique of Dolce's edition of Boccaccio's Decamerone, of which Ruscelli himself had published a rival edition at about the same time (1552). The second discorso consists of an attack on Dolce's treatise on the vernacular, Osservationi della lingua volgare, while the third is an attack on Dolce's translation of Ovid's Metamorphoses, which was still in the press. Among other things, Ruscelli criticizes the use in Dolce's Decamerone of woodcut illustrations which were clearly designed for his translation of Ovid. Adams R959. BM STC Italian p. 593. See Mortimer, Harvard Italian 16th Century Books, 72n & 342n.. 1st Edition.
Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB)
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2010-04-12 19:55:46
NEGRI GIROLAMO
Venetiis, M. D. LIII: (1553). [Orazione funebre-Raro] (cm. 15,5) cartonato recente, in carta marmorizzata del XVIII sec.-- cc. 8. Carattere corsivo, capolettera figurati. Rarissima orazione funebre, veneta, stampata senza il nome del tipografo, che non siamo riusciti a identificare. Manca ad Adams, Bm. Stc., e a molta bibliografia consultata.Il Census nazionale Iccu, registra solo 3 copie, nelle bilioteche italiane. Esemplare molto bello e nitido.[f48]. Libro. Book Condition: buono. Binding: Rilegato
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2010-04-10 00:44:26
Camerarius, Joachim
Norimbergae: Joanne Montano & Ulrico Neubero, 1553. 8vo (16.3 cm, 6.4"). [200] ff. [bound with] Hessus, Helius Eobanus. Libellus alter, epistolas complectens Eobani et aliorum quorundam doctissimorum virorum, necnon versus varii generis atque argumenti.... Lipsiae: Ex officina Papae, 1557. 8vo. [79] ff. (last leaf of preface/errata lacking). [and the same author's]. [Tertius libellus epistolar. Eobani et aliorum.] [colophon:] Lipsiae: M. Ernesti Voegelini Constantiensis, 1561. 8vo. 150] ff. (title-page and final blank lacking). Three first editions, all uncommon: Joachim Camerarius the elder's life of the German neo-Latin poet Helius Eobanus Hessus (1488–1540), followed by books two and three of Hessus's correspondence as edited by Camerarius. All books were issued separately. The Protestant humanist Camerarius was a member of Hessus's circle and an associate of Melanchthon's, as was Johannes Crato von Crafftheim, the royal physician and friend of Martin Luther to whom Camerarius dedicated the final volume of letters; Melanchthon, Euricius Cordus, Justus Menio, Mutiano Ruffo, and others appear with letters sometimes wholly in Greek, others with extensive passages in that language. Binding: Contemporary alum-tawed pigskin, dated 1567 in blind; binding with bevelled edges, covers blind-embossed using rolls: faith, hope, justice, and charity. One metal clasp is present, the other perished. Narratio: Adams C436; Brunet, II, 1009; VD16 C480 / VD16 C408. Libellus: Brunet, II, 1009; VD 16 C409; not in Adams. Tertius libellus: Brunet, II, 1009; VD16 C410. B … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
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2009-09-12 18:51:40
Dietrich, Veit
Nürnberg, VomBerg 1553. 33 cm. 2 Teile in 1 Band. (170); (178) Blatt mit 2 Schlußvignetten in Holzschnitt, Titel rot und schwarz gedruckt. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Messingschließen - VD16 D 1646 - Realenz. IV, 656 (vgl.) - Bedeutendes Lehrbuch für Jugend und Volk, Einleitung von Melanchthon: Vom unterschied des Alten und Newen Testaments. Der Anhang enthält von Melanchthon: Fürneme unterscheid zwischen reiner Christlicher lehre des Evangelii unnd der abgöttischen Papisten leere; Christlicher und kurtzer unterricht, Von vergebung der sünden, und seligkeyt. Der dritte Teil des Anhangs von Johannes Brenz "Kurzer Begriff und inhalt der gantzen Heiligen Schrifft" ist in dieser Ausgabe erstmals mit abgedruckt. Dietrich (1506 - 1549), Prediger in Nürnberg, war als Vertrauter Luthers Herausgeber von dessen Predigten. Sein am weitesten verbreitetes Werk, das auf Grund seiner vollständigen, lehrhaften Art dem Bedürfnis entgegenkam und und noch bis in die neueste Zeit neu aufgelegt wurde (Realenz. IV, 656). Gut erhaltenes Exemplar, Kanten stellenweise Schabspuren, Vorsätze angestaubt, im Text tadellos. -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-09-05 17:39:56
Sarcerius, Erasmus
Leipzig, Bärwald 1553. 31 cm. (16), 232, (1) Blatt mit 1 blattgroßen Holzschnitt. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln, mit Rollen- und Plattenstempeln (datiert "1553", monogrammiert "M H H") und 2 Schließen. - VD16 S 1669 - Hayn / Gotendorf VII, 87 - Realenz. XVII, 484 - BBKL VIII, 1361-1363 - "Besonders große Verbreitung fand sein "Buch vom hl. Ehestand", in dem er neben Eigenem auch eine reichhaltige Zusammenstellung aus der evangelischen Litteratur (aus Luther, Melanchthon, Major, Brenz, aber auch Bullinger) über die verschiedenen Kapitel der Ehematerie bot" (Realenz.). Die (wiederholten) Holzschnitte zeigen den "Baum der angebornen Mageschaft und des angebornen Geblutes nach gemeiner sächsischer Sprache". Inhalt: Lob und Preis der Ehe; Von Blut und Schwegerschafft; Wie die Ehe anzufahen, und zu volziehen sey; Von der Ehescheidung. Sarcerius (1501 - 1559) wurde 1553 Superintendent in der Grafschaft Mansfeld. In seinen Ehetraktaten entwirft Sarcerius ... das Modell der reinen Ehe, die sich dem Schutz und den Bestimmungen der weltlichen Obrigkeit zu unterwerfen hat (BBKL). Gut erhaltenes und weitgehend fleckenfreies Exemplar, Einband stellenweise abgegriffen, Schließhaken ersetzt, wenig sichtbare Wurmlöcher, im Schnitt stellenweise schwach wasserrandig, Titelblatt in Faksimile auf altem Papier, der entnommene Beiband durch farblich passendes Büttenpapier ersetzt. -
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