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2019-11-02 10:17:06
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. Bücher de
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2019-11-01 00:36:59
CHATILLON, Sebastien (translator).:
Basel, Ioannes Oporinus, 1553.. NEW TESTAMENT 1553, Latin text by Sebastien Chatillon. 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, engraved bookplate of John Ord on first pastedown. John Ord was a member of the Horticultural Society, and from 1780 a Fellow of the Royal Society he had apples named after him "Ord's Apple". See Wikipedia. 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton [United Kingdom]
2019-10-31 02:07:46
HENRI IV
HENRI IV (1553 – 1610), roi de France Pièce manuscrite signée « Henry » et contresignée. Fontainebleau, 30 septembre 1604 ; 1 page in-8° oblong sur velin. Ordre de paiement [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Manuscripta [LYON, France]
2019-10-31 00:33:26
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. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [Germany]
2019-10-27 02:32:45
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 Books and collectibles di Paolo Cadeddu [IT]
2019-10-25 19:43:02
IUVENCI, COELII SEDULII, ARATORIS (Arator Juvencus Sedulius).-
Apud Ioan. Tornarsium et Guilk. Gazeium,, Lugduni, 1553. 316pp. Muy rara edición lionesa de esta también rara obra.
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Els Gnoms [Sedó, Spain]
2019-10-24 10:20:16
TARAFA (Francesc).
94057 TARAFA (Francesc). De Origine, ac rebus gestis Regum Hispaniae liber, multa 1553 TARAFA (Francesc). De Origine, ac rebus gestis Regum Hispaniae liber, multarum rerum cognitione refertus. Antverpiae, Joannis Steelsii, 1553. in-8. 201pp. 11ff. Plein vélin de l'époque (restaurations sur les coupes, plats tachés). Edition Originale du principal ouvrage de l'historien barcelonais Francesc Tarafa i Savall (c.1495-1556), dont c'est le seul livre publié de son vivant. Traduit en espagnol en 1562 et inséré dans plusieurs compilations historiques sur l'Espagne ('Hispania illustrata' en 1603-08, et 'Rerum Hispaniarum memorabilium' en 1577), ce panorama de l'histoire d'Espagne couvre la période allant des origines légendaires de Tubal, petit-fils de Noé, jusqu'au règne de Charles-Quint. Il contient des références aux grands personnages de l'Eglise et de la littérature, avec notamment d'intéressantes mentions sur la découverte de l'Amérique. "Contains on p.182 reference to new island of the Atlantic and on p. 196 an account of the discovery of America by Columbus" (Sabin).Francesc Tarafa fut l'un des principaux humanistes catalans de la Renaissance et cet ouvrage constitue notamment la première histoire d'Espagne écrite par un historien catalan.Portrait de l'auteur gravé sur bois en médaillon sur la page de titre, avec au verso les armoiries du roi d'Espagne également gravées sur bois.Tache marginale aux derniers feuillets avec de petits manque de papier en marge, sans atteinte au texte. Bon exemplaire par ailleurs, portant sur le titre la signature de "Joannis Cavalcatis u Amicor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
2019-10-19 22:40:09
PETRARCA, Francesco.
(In fine:) In Venetia per Domenico Giglio 1553. 2 parti in 1 vol. in-4, ff. (22), 346; (72), legatura coeva in pergamena (un po' usurata ma genuina), titolo ms. al piede. Due bei frontespizi con ritratti di Petrarca e Laura entro bordura di 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; nella seconda, con proprio frontespizio, i Trionfi. 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. Ognuno dei sei Trionfi (d'Amor, de la Castità, de la Morte, de la Fama, del Tempo, de la Divinità overo de l'Eternità) presenta una bella vignetta silogr. inerente al testo. 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..." (DBIt 53, pp. 505-506.) Complessivamente buon esemplare (tracce di polvere al primo titolo, bruciature al margine esterno dei primi 3 ff., piccolo restauro al frontespizio che sfiora la parte figurata; antica nota di possesso manoscritta cancellata alla dedica).. Gamba 722, note. Adams P-820. STC 505..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-10-18 20:21:40
TARAFA (Francesc).
Antverpiae, Joannis Steelsii, 1553. in-8. 201pp. 11ff. Plein vélin de l'époque (restaurations sur les coupes, plats tachés). Edition Originale du principal ouvrage de l'historien barcelonais Francesc Tarafa i Savall (c.1495-1556), dont c'est le seul livre publié de son vivant. Traduit en espagnol en 1562 et inséré dans plusieurs compilations historiques sur l'Espagne ('Hispania illustrata' en 1603-08, et 'Rerum Hispaniarum memorabilium' en 1577), ce panorama de l'histoire d'Espagne couvre la période allant des origines légendaires de Tubal, petit-fils de Noé, jusqu'au règne de Charles-Quint. Il contient des références aux grands personnages de l'Eglise et de la littérature, avec notamment d'intéressantes mentions sur la découverte de l'Amérique. "Contains on p.182 reference to new island of the Atlantic and on p. 196 an account of the discovery of America by Columbus" (Sabin). Francesc Tarafa fut l'un des principaux humanistes catalans de la Renaissance et cet ouvrage constitue notamment la première histoire d'Espagne écrite par un historien catalan. Portrait de l'auteur gravé sur bois en médaillon sur la page de titre, avec au verso les armoiries du roi d'Espagne également gravées sur bois. Tache marginale aux derniers feuillets avec de petits manque de papier en marge, sans atteinte au texte. Bon exemplaire par ailleurs, portant sur le titre la signature de "Joannis Cavalcatis u Amicor[um]" et l'ex-libris manuscrit ancien d'un couvent. Sabin, 94389. Adams, T-131; Bibl. Belgica, p.311. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-10-13 06:53:18
Vincenzo Cartari
Venice: Gualtero Scotto, 1553. VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Limp vellum ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically buckled and soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology POB#47831 TITLE: Il Flauio intorno a i Fasto AUTHOR: Vincenzo Cartari PUBLISHER: In Vinegia: Appresso Gualtero Scotto. [Venice: Press of Gualtero Scotto] DATE: M D LIII [1553] EDITION: First Edition. Adams C783. DESCRIPTION: xxiv, 438, [2] 16cm CONDITION NOTES: VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Binding ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. BINDING: Period limp vellum. Inscribed spine title. . Vincenzo Cartari (c.1531-1569) was an Italian mythographer and diplomat of the Italian Renaissance. Here he comments on the Fasti of Ovid. An index begins the volume, pointing to many references to Roman gods and heroes: Apollo, Aphrodite, Achilles at Troy, Pomona, Hermes, Minos, and Medusa. Written in Italian during the Italian Renassiance, Cartari's work in Italian influenced painters, artists, and other cultural leaders who used classical imagery … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, US]
2019-10-11 19:25:03
Leandro, Alberti
In Vinegia, per Giovan Maria Bonelli [Venetien, bei Giovanni Mari, 1553. Condition: Akzeptabel. Descrittione di tutta Italia di F. Leandro Alberti Bolognese, nella quale si contiene il sito di essa, l'origine, et le Signorie delle Citta, et de i Castelli, co i nomi antichi, et moderni, i costumi de popoli, le conditioni de i paesi. Et piu gli huomini famosi che l'hanno illustrata, i monti, i laghi, i fiumi, le fontane, i bagni, le minere, con tutto l'opere marauigliose in lei dalla natura prodotte. von Leandro, Alberti: Autor(en) Leandro, Alberti:Verlag / Jahr In Vinegia, per Giovan Maria Bonelli [Venetien, bei Giovanni Maria Bonelli] 1553.Format / Einband 4° (22 x 16,5 cm). Einfacher Pappband der Zeit. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. (4), (34), 464 Blätter und (3) Seiten. Mit schöner gestochener Titelvignette "Virtuti omnia parent", Holzschnitt-Initialen und einer Druckermarke Bonellis auf dem Kolophon.Sprache ItalienischGewicht ca. 1490 gBestell-Nr 2083457Bemerkungen Adams I, 473; Graesse I, 52; STC I, 27. - Albertis Beschreibung Italiens mit detaillierten Angaben zu Städten und Dörfern, Moden und Kostümen, antiken Namen, Bädern, Bergen, Flüssen, Bergwerken uvam. in der ersten Ausgabe aus Venetien. - Pappband am oberen Kapital mit Leinen verstärkt, obere Bezugsschicht des Rückens fehlt. Einband deutlich berieben, angestaubt und leicht bestoßen. Titelblatt mit Besitzvermerk alter Hand in Tinte. Innen wenige Unterstreichungen mit Buntstift im Text sowie lagenweise Wurmgänge am unteren Steg ohne Textverlust. Trotz des deutlich gealterten Einbandes insgesamt ordentliches, innen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bibliotheca-Theologica (bibliotheca-theologica_de) [Kirchhain, DE]
2019-10-11 18:48:29
BELON, Pierre
Paris, Corrozet, 1553. ______ Format : In-4. Collation : (8), 54, (4) ff. Reliure : Basane brune, dos orné, trois encadrements dorés sur les plats, tranches rouges. (Reliure du XVIIIe.). ____ Première édition. Ce curieux ouvrage traite des différentes cérémonies funéraires des anciens et des modernes, de l'embaumement des corps, de l'usage de la "momie" comme médicament, et de divers autres médicaments ou substances (cèdre, "naphta", nitre...) Il a précisé l'utilisation du bitume, que les anciens Egyptiens utilisaient pour la momification des cadavres. Son action contre la putréfaction a incité les médecins à l'utiliser en thérapeutique. Apothicaire du Cardinal de Tournon, Pierre Belon a voyagé de 1546 à 1550 en Grèce, en Turquie, en Egypte, en Judée et en Arabie. Il en rapporta un grand nombre d'observations sur l'histoire naturelle. Marque de Gilles Corrozet sur le titre et jolies lettrines foliacées, parfois à fond criblé. Provenances - Alexis-Ferreol Perrin de Sanson, bibliophile de Marseille, (17..-1836) (exlibris armorié gravé). - Raspail (sa griffe sur le titre). François-Vincent Raspail (1794-1878) a été médecin, chimiste et homme politique. Comme l'indique une note probablement de la main de Perrin de Sanson : "Tous les ouvrages de Belon sont savants, curieux et exacts." Reliure frottée, une auréole d'humidité en coin des feuillets, plus marquée en début du volume. Renouard, fascicule Cavellat N°54. *-------* Pierre Belon was one of the first explorer - naturalists; and between 1546 and 1550 he undertook long voyages through Greece, Asia, Judaea, Egypt, Arabia, and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2019-10-05 21:55:20
OBSEQUENS Julius
Lyon, Jean de Tourne et Guillaume Gazeau. JULIUS OBSEQUENS - PRODIGIORUM LIBER - LATIN 1553 Référence :14638 Ad Urbe condita usq.... - Polydori Vergilij urbinatis de Prodigijs libri III - Louchimi Camerarij Paberg de Ostentis libri II. Jolie édition, élégamment imprimée. Elle suit celle de Bâle, chez Oporin, 1552, la première à contenir la restitution élaborée par Conrad Lycosthène (1518-1561) d'après Tite Live, Denys d'Halicarnasse, Eutrope et Orose pour compléter les lacunes de la première partie perdue de l'oeuvre de Julius Obsequens. Le traité de Prodigiis, composé par le théologien et érudit italien Polydore Vergilius (1470-1555), est une réfutation de la prétendue science divinatoire. L'ouvrage de l'érudit allemand Joachim Camerarius (1500-1574), de Ostentis fut publié pour la première fois à Wittenberg, par G. Rhau, en 1532, sous la forme de dialogues. Il traite essentiellement de l'apparition des comètes et de leur signification. Lyon, Jean de Tourne et Guillaume Gazeau, 1553. 367 pages. Reliure plein-veau marbré du XVIIIè siècle. Dos à nerfs orné de fleurons au soleil et oiseau en queue. Tranches rouges. Bords et 2ème plat restaurés. Pas de rousseur. Bon état. Format in-16°(12×8). OBSEQUENS Julius 1553.
Bookseller: LE GRENIER D'HOMERE (philcomm) [Sèvres, FR]
2019-09-30 04:33:15
Blasius de Viegas
1553. * Rareté introuvable à la vente. Commentaire intégral du Livre de l'Apocalypse réalisé par le savant jésuite portugais Blasius de Viegas (1553-1599). Lecture passionnante puisque ce livre décrypte les différentes périodes de la fin des temps, avec des détails surprenants au sujet du chaos général et de la décadence globale sur terre qui symbolisent la venue de l'Antichrist, avant le Jugement dernier. * Ouvrage bien complet pour le commentaire, avec 894 pages & l'Index. Manquent la page de titre et six pages de dédicace, avant la dernière dédicace et le début du commentaire. La date d'impression probable figure juste avant le commentaire, à la fin de l'imprimatur, après la dernière dédicace : 5 Novembre 1613, à Lyon (Datum Lugduni die 5. Novemb., 1613). La page de titre a été refaite sur un exemplaire de 1608. * Bon état général, reliure d'époque usagée mais solide, en cuir brun pourpre décoré de filets d'or fin; intérieur légèrement vieilli, avec des auréoles sur plusieurs pages mais sans gravité pour la lecture; papier généralement propre, bel exemplaire de ce livre rarissime. *.
Bookseller: odusseus333 [Meaux, FR]
2019-09-22 02:22:35
Vincenzo Cartari
Venice: Gualtero Scotto, 1553. VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Limp vellum ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically buckled and soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology POB#47831 TITLE: Il Flauio intorno a i Fasto AUTHOR: Vincenzo Cartari PUBLISHER: In Vinegia: Appresso Gualtero Scotto. [Venice: Press of Gualtero Scotto] DATE: M D LIII [1553] EDITION: First Edition. Adams C783. DESCRIPTION: xxiv, 438, [2] 16cm CONDITION NOTES: VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Binding ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. BINDING: Period limp vellum. Inscribed spine title. Vincenzo Cartari (c.1531-1569) was an Italian mythographer and diplomat of the Italian Renaissance. Here he comments on the Fasti of Ovid. An index begins the volume, pointing to many references to Roman gods and heroes: Apollo, Aphrodite, Achilles at Troy, Pomona, Hermes, Minos, and Medusa. Written in Italian during the Italian Renassiance, Cartari's work in Italian influenced painters, artists, and other cultural leaders who used classical imagery i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, US]
2019-09-16 21:45:39
Viti Creutzer, 1553. Very Rare and Scarce Edition book. Read full details below. A CATALOGUE OF GERMANIC & Roman EMPERORS 1553 Military Ancient Rome 1st Edition -Published in 1553 as a first edition in Latin by Viti Creutzer -Features 80 pages of readable content and serves as a catalogue reference for Ancient Roman History of Knowledge of Emperor Marshals during Ancient Rome and shortly thereafter. Pages are in great condition for their age. - Errors and things to note: Features restoration on the outside covers and on the title page showing the ancient rug. Most likely the restoration work was done in the 18-19th century. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: socialblossum-1 [Nashville, Tennessee, US]
2019-09-16 16:33:51
Eike von Repgow
Dresden: Nicolaus Wolrab, 1553. Guter Gesamtzustand. Kräftiger, breitrandiger Druck. Papier gleichmäßig gebräunt und in den Rändern braunfleckig. Blätter 30 bis 100 im oberen Rand mit mehr oder weniger starkem Braunfleck. Blätter vorn und hinten etwas wurmstichig, teilweise mit geringem Buchstabenverlust. EIKE VON REPGOW Sachsenspiegel PRACHTVOLLER MEISTER-EINBAND NIKOLAUS WOLRAB DRESDEN, 1553 VOLLSTÄNDIGES EXEMPLAR EIKE VON REPGOW SACHSENSPIEGEL IM NÜRNBERGER MEISTEREINBAND - ANNO 1553 ______________________________________________________________________________ TITEL Sachsenspiegel Auffs new fleissig corrigirt, an Texten: Glossen: Allegaten: Auch mit vermehrung des ernendirten Repertorij, und vieler newen nützlichen Additionen DRUCKER / VERLAG Nicolaus Wolrab, Dresden, 1553 BESCHREIBUNG Wohlerhaltener Sachsenspiegel im Nürnberger Meistereinband der Werkstatt von Michael Endner (monogrammiert mit „ME"). Zweite Auflage der von Wolfgang Lose bearbeiteten Fassung. Hochdeutscher Text mit lateinischem Paralleltext. Der Sachsenspiegel des Eike von Repgow wurde zum Vorbild für die Rechtsprechung in Westeuropa. Bereits im Jahre 1498 lebte ein Drittel der deutschen Bevölkerung nach den Grundsätzen des Sachsenspiegels, die in Sachsen noch bis ins Jahr 1900 gültig waren. Der Sachsenspiegel beeinflusste maßgebend andere Rechtsbücher und wurde erstmals im Jahre 1474 in Basel gedruckt. Die hier vorliegende frühe Ausgabe von 1553 enthält neben den drei Büchern des Sachsenspiegels die „Bulla Gregorii", die „Schöffen zu Magdeburg", „von Lehengericht", „Process von der Acht", „Process in B … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-09-11 22:44:53
Cartari, Vincenzo].
Gualtero Scotto., Vinegia, 1553. Italian text. weight: 0.6 lb. 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. [16], 438, [4] pp. Contemporary limp vellum, ink title to spine and lower edge.
Bookseller: Zephyr Books [Reno, NV, U.S.A.]
2019-09-07 02:05:08
Synesius of Cyrene [ca. 370-414 A.D.]; Turnebi, Adriani [editor]
Parisiis: Adriani Turnebi, 1553. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Folio. Synesii Episcopi Cyrenes De regno ad Arcadium imperatorem : Synesiu Episkopu Kyrenes Peri basileias, eis ton autokratora Arkadon. Dion, siue de suae vitae ratione. Caluitij laudatio. De prouidentia, seu aegyptius. Concio quaedam panegyrica. De insomnijs, cum Nicephori Gregorae explicatione. Eiusdem Synesij epistolae. Editio Princeps. Printed in Greek, parallel title only in Latin. Bound in contemporary vellum with spine label, gilt tooled lettering to spine. Blind eschutcheon to boards with bend featuring fleur-de-lis. Custom black cloth slip case. Speckled edges. [4], 134 p.p., [2], 100 p.p., [4]. Errors in pagination of the first sequence, several pages misnumbered but text is continuous and correct per catchwords. Collation: (*2), A-K6, L8, a-h6, [i4], [1 blank]. Turnebi's basilisk device as king's printer for Greek on title page. Foliated and grotesque headpiecs and initials, one B&W diagram to p. 98. "[Synesiou Epistolai]" (caption title) begins new pagination and register. Colophon: Excudebatur Lutetiae M.D. LIII. cal. Aug. [By Lutetiis, 1553, August]. Tall copy. Binding is tight. Some discolouration, darkening, and small spots of staining to boards. Front board bowed. Warping to text block. Ink annotations to title page. Chip to top corner of p. 1, creasing to a few pages. Damp staining to foot at outer margin (text not affected) and to foot of p. 39, small perforation to p. 50. Foxing and age toning thoughout. Included is companion volume, "Synesii Cyrenensis: Hymni et Opuscula" by Nicolau … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Minotavros Books [Canada]
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2019-09-04 13:45:30
Vincenzo Cartari
Venice: Gualtero Scotto, 1553. VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Limp vellum ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically buckled and soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology POB#47831 TITLE: Il Flauio intorno a i Fasto AUTHOR: Vincenzo Cartari PUBLISHER: In Vinegia: Appresso Gualtero Scotto. [Venice: Press of Gualtero Scotto] DATE: M D LIII [1553] EDITION: First Edition. Adams C783. DESCRIPTION: xxiv, 438, [2] 16cm CONDITION NOTES: VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Binding ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. BINDING: Period limp vellum. Inscribed spine title. Vincenzo Cartari (c.1531-1569) was an Italian mythographer and diplomat of the Italian Renaissance. Here he comments on the Fasti of Ovid. An index begins the volume, pointing to many references to Roman gods and heroes: Apollo, Aphrodite, Achilles at Troy, Pomona, Hermes, Minos, and Medusa. Written in Italian during the Italian Renassiance, Cartari's work in Italian influenced painters, artists, and other cultural leaders who used classical imagery i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, US]
2019-08-22 11:56:11
HENRI IV (1553 - 1610), roi de France Lettre manuscrite signée « Henry » avec 2 lignes autographes à Louis de Saligné, seigneur de la Lardière et de Badiolle, lieutenant du roi en Haut-Poitou. (Avril 1589) ; 1 page in-4° avec adresse au dos. Il annonce à son correspondant son prochain passage en Loire et le prie de venir le rejoindre. Henri IV rassemble ses troupes pour attaquer celles de la Ligue emmenée par le duc de Mayenne qui se soulève contre le roi en avril 1589. Cette guerre civile dure jusqu'en 1592.
Bookseller: Autographes Manuscripta (cyril2472) [LYON, Rhône-Alpes, FR]
2019-08-17 00:56:00
Vincenzo Cartari
Venice: Gualtero Scotto, 1553. VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Limp vellum ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically buckled and soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology POB#47831 TITLE: Il Flauio intorno a i Fasto AUTHOR: Vincenzo Cartari PUBLISHER: In Vinegia: Appresso Gualtero Scotto. [Venice: Press of Gualtero Scotto] DATE: M D LIII [1553] EDITION: First Edition. Adams C783. DESCRIPTION: xxiv, 438, [2] 16cm CONDITION NOTES: VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Binding ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. BINDING: Period limp vellum. Inscribed spine title. Vincenzo Cartari (c.1531-1569) was an Italian mythographer and diplomat of the Italian Renaissance. Here he comments on the Fasti of Ovid. An index begins the volume, pointing to many references to Roman gods and heroes: Apollo, Aphrodite, Achilles at Troy, Pomona, Hermes, Minos, and Medusa. Written in Italian during the Italian Renassiance, Cartari's work in Italian influenced painters, artists, and other cultural leaders who used classical imagery i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, US]
2019-08-16 20:44:45
Blasius de Viegas
1553. * Rareté introuvable à la vente. Commentaire intégral du Livre de l'Apocalypse réalisé par le savant jésuite portugais Blasius de Viegas (1553-1599). Lecture passionnante puisque ce livre décrypte les différentes périodes de la fin des temps, avec des détails surprenants au sujet du chaos général et de la décadence globale sur terre qui symbolisent la venue de l'Antichrist, avant le Jugement dernier. * Ouvrage bien complet pour le commentaire, avec 894 pages & l'Index. Manquent la page de titre et six pages de dédicace, avant la dernière dédicace et le début du commentaire. La date d'impression probable figure juste avant le commentaire, à la fin de l'imprimatur, après la dernière dédicace : 5 Novembre 1613, à Lyon (Datum Lugduni die 5. Novemb., 1613). La page de titre a été refaite sur un exemplaire de 1608. * Bon état général, reliure d'époque usagée mais solide, en cuir brun pourpre décoré de filets d'or fin; intérieur légèrement vieilli, avec des auréoles sur plusieurs pages mais sans gravité pour la lecture; papier généralement propre, bel exemplaire de ce livre rarissime. *.
Bookseller: odusseus333 [Meaux, FR]
2019-08-13 13:33:55
Antonio LAFRERI (Salins, Giura 1512 - Roma 1577)
"Bulino, 1553, firmato e data to in lastra in basso. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rfilata al rame ed applicata su antico supporto di collezione, leggere abrasioni in alto, per il resto in ottimo sttao di conservazione. Nel 1540 Antonio Lafreri, originario di Besançon trapiantato a Roma, ha iniziato la pubblicazione di mappe e altre immagini stampate che raffiguravano principali monumenti e delle antichità di Roma. Queste immagini erano legate al gusto per l'antichità classica che ha alimentato l'evento culturale che chiamiamo Rinascimento. Dopo che il Lafreri pubblicò una pagina di titolo, verso il 1573, le collezioni di queste stampe assunsero il nome di "" Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae""." "Engraving, 1553, signed and dated at lower right. A fine impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the platemark and laid down on antique paper, a light abrasion at the upper edge, otherwise, very good condition. In 1540 Antonio Lafreri, a native of Besançon transplanted to Rome, began publishing maps and other printed images that depicted major monuments and antiquities in Rome. These images were calculated to appeal to the taste for classical antiquity that fueled the cultural event we call the Renaissance. After Lafreri published a title page in the mid-1570s, collections of these prints came to be known as the Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae, the ""Mirror of Roman Magnificence."" Tourists and other collectors who bought prints from Lafreri made their own selections and had them individually bound. Over time, Lafreri's title page served as sta … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-08-10 21:44:22
Petrarch
Venice: Domenico Giglio, 1553. The parchment cover (app. 6" x 8.5") is darkened, creased and with edge tears. The spine lacks the parchment, although the binding and three raised bands are secure. The front inside cover has the bookplate of the scholar and pop-fiction writer, Samuel Shellabarger. There are no other attachments. The first two end leaves are missing. The title page is the first page now in the book (see photo). There are no other missing and no loose pages. There are a few margin notes, but almost all pages have none. The final, otherwise blank, leaf has several notations - a name, references as to purchase, and some crossed-out text. Most pages are stained to the bottom and outside bottom borders. None of this obscures the text or the art, all of which is unfaded and clearly legible. There are shallow curls or edge creases to many pages. These, also, don't interfere with the text or art. The accompanying photos are of this copy. This is the Domenico Giglio 1553 publication of Il Petrarca, con la Spositione di M. Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo, a short biography of Petrarch, followed by a collection of his sonnets and canzoni (346 pages), with inset engravings at the head of each segment, and with extensive comments by Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo. This is followed by Petrarch's poem, "I Trionfi" (70 pages), with engraved headings at the beginning of each of the six chapters. The parchment cover (app. 6" x 8.5") is darkened, creased and with edge tears. The spine lacks the parchment, although the binding and three raised bands are secure. The front inside cover has the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: timelytales (neznib) [Sherman, Connecticut, US]
2019-08-07 16:56:38
APIANUS, Peter
Antverpiae: G. Bontius, 1553. 1553 Peter Apianus Cosmographia Astronomy Navigation Map Mathematics AMERICAPeter Apian was a 16th-century humanist who is remembered for his studies in astronomy and mathematics. His best and most-known work was his book on cosmography which was extremely influential into the 17th-century. In this work, Apian discusses navigation by use of astronomy and was filled with woodcut illustrations depicting aspects of astronomy and navigation. Other illustrations include zodiac characters, planets, maps, and navigational instruments.But perhaps the most important aspect of this book is that it is one of the earliest works relating to America. In 1507, Martin Waldseemuler printed a map which included the word 'America' for the first time. 'Cosmographiae Introductio' was published as an accompaniment to that map.This 1553 edition was annotated by Gemma Frisius, a famed Dutch cartographerItem number: #8019Price: $3500APIANUS, PeterCosmographia Petri Apiani, per Gemmam FrisiumAntverpiae: G. Bontius, 1553.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso iv, 66o Numerous woodcut engravings throughout· References: USTC 150456; Aureliensis 106445; Pettegree 53588· Language: Latin· Binding: Manuscript vellum; tight & secure· Size: ~9.25in X 6.25in (23.5cm x 16cm)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!8019Photos available upon request.
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2019-08-07 14:57:22
PICCOLOMINI, Alessandro (1508-1579).
Venice: Appresso Bartholomeo Cesono, 1553. Venice:: Appresso Bartholomeo Cesono, 1553., 1553. Sm. 4to. 58; 122, [4] ff. Large historiated woodcut initials, figs., 48 star maps, 48 tables; small tear on title, minor worming at rear, short tear Pt. II Giiii [f.52]. Nineteenth century quarter dark green gilt-stamped calf, marbled boards, calf tips; corners showing. Inked signature on title of Fr-- Georgius Rainoldi. Very good. Third edition. Two of the most important texts in the history of popular astronomy. "Piccolomini's first astronomical work was De la sfera del mondo, a cosmographical work in which he defends the Ptolemaic universe. Though there are a few inferences in later editions that hint at a sympathy with the Copernican system, Piccolomini constantly supported the Ptolemaic viewpoint throughout his life. . . .Piccolomini's best-known astronomical work is undoubtedly De le stele fisse . . ., his companion volume to De la sfera del mondo. De le stele fisse is famous as being the very first star atlas and contains a series of woodcut star maps that seem particularly suited to the casual stargazer. The two books were dedicated to Laudomia Forteguerri, and designed so that she, and any other reader, would be able to recognize the different constellations and find them in the sky. . . .Unlike previous depictions of the constellations, he did not draw in the mythological images associated with them, and so they appear as simple star patterns. Piccolomini included stars from Ptolemy's first through fourth magnitudes, omitting the fainter fifth magnitude stars, and used … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2019-08-07 09:45:41
Petrarch
Venice: Domenico Giglio, 1553. When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay.This is the Domenico Giglio 1553 publication of Il Petrarca, con la Spositione di M. Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo, a short biography of Petrarch, followed by a collection of his sonnets and canzoni (346 pages), with inset engravings at the head of each segment, and with extensive comments by Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo. This is followed by Petrarch's poem, "I Trionfi" (70 pages), with engraved headings at the beginning of each of the six chapters. The parchment cover (app. 6" x 8.5") is darkened, creased and with edge tears. The spine lacks the parchment, although the binding and three raised bands are secure. The front inside cover has the bookplate of the scholar and pop-fiction writer, Samuel Shellabarger. There are no other attachments. The first two end leaves are missing. The title page is the first page now in the book (see photo). There are no other missing and no loose pages. There are a few margin notes, but almost all pages have none. The final, otherwise blank, leaf has several notations - a name, references as to purchase, and some crossed-out text. Most pages are stained to the bottom and outside bottom borders. None of this obscures the text or the art, all of which is unfaded and clearly legible. There are shallow curls or edge creases to many pages. These, also, don't interfere with the text or art. The accompanying photos are of this copy. TERMS OF PAYMENT US bidders Media or priority insured shipping within the US … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: timelytales (neznib) [Sherman, Connecticut, US]
2019-08-06 10:44:39
STOEFFLER, Johann
Lutetiae: Gulielmum Cauellat, in pingui gallina ex aduerso, 1553. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Johannes Stöffler was a 15th-century German astronomer and mathematician who is best-remembered for his works on teaching astronomy, horology, and geography. While he had several popular books, his 'Elucidatio Fabricae Usuque Astrolabii' served as the standard work for astronomers and surveyors of the 16th-century. (Kern). This impressive 16th-century printing of Stoffler's work features impressive woodcut engravings navigational and astronomy tools.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-08-06 06:46:28
APIANUS, Peter
Antverpiae: G. Bontius, 1553. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Peter Apian was a 16th-century humanist who is remembered for his studies in astronomy and mathematics. His best and most-known work was his book on cosmography which was extremely influential into the 17th-century. In this work, Apian discusses navigation by use of astronomy and was filled with woodcut illustrations depicting aspects of astronomy and navigation. Other illustrations include zodiac characters, planets, maps, and navigational instruments. But perhaps the most important aspect of this book is that it is one of the earliest works relating to America. In 1507, Martin Waldseemuler printed a map which included the word 'America' for the first time. 'Cosmographiae Introductio' was published as an accompaniment to that map. This 1553 edition was annotated by Gemma Frisius, a famed Dutch cartographer.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-08-04 18:44:29
PEREGRINIS, Bartholomaeus de [Bartolomeo Peregrino].
Brixiae,: apud Ludovicum Britannicum, 1553., 1553. Small 8vo. cc. (6) 55 (8) ff. [some misnumbering of leaves]. Collation: A8,A-B8, C6, D8, E8, F8, G4, H8, I4, K8. [lacking 8 leaves]. Woodblock vignette on title, representing the St. Barnabas preaching, a Bergamascan apostle, and some fine historiated woodcut initials. LACKS [1 leaf, unnumbered, in first gathering], A2, A4, A6-7, A8, B3, B6. Dark stain affecting top margin throughout. Original calf-backed speckled boards; boards scuffed. Very good. [NOTE: as is]. "A very scarce book." [Dufresnoy]. Rare original (and unique) edition of this ecclesiastical history of Bergamo whose curiosity is also the metaphor for wine and the vineyard. Translation of the title: Being an account of the lives of the Bishops and other principal ecclesiastics of Bergamo. Nicolas Lenglet Dufresnoy, A New Method of Studying History, Geography and Chronology, 1730.
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2019-08-03 21:46:29
PEREGRINIS, Bartholomaeus de [Bartolomeo Peregrino].
apud Ludovicum Britannicum, 1553., Brixiae. Small 8vo. cc. (6) 55 (8) ff. [some misnumbering of leaves]. Collation: A8,A-B8, C6, D8, E8, F8, G4, H8, I4, K8. [lacking 8 leaves]. Woodblock vignette on title, representing the St. Barnabas preaching, a Bergamascan apostle, and some fine historiated woodcut initials. LACKS [1 leaf, unnumbered, in first gathering], A2, A4, A6-7, A8, B3, B6. Dark stain affecting top margin throughout. Original calf-backed speckled boards; boards scuffed. Very good. [NOTE: as is]. "A very scarce book." [Dufresnoy]. Rare original (and unique) edition of this ecclesiastical history of Bergamo whose curiosity is also the metaphor for wine and the vineyard. Translation of the title: Being an account of the lives of the Bishops and other principal ecclesiastics of Bergamo. Nicolas Lenglet Dufresnoy, A New Method of Studying History, Geography and Chronology, 1730. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA [Carlsbad, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-07-30 23:22:22
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 [IT]
2019-07-29 07:14:44
Guillaume GUEROULT (1507-1569)
1553. "Guillaume Guéroult (1507-1569) dirigeva a Lione la stamperia del cognato Balthazar Arnoullet (1517-1556), presso il quale stampò nel 1552 il ""Premier livre des figure set pourtraitz des villes plus illustre set renommées d'Europe"", contenente 9 immagini urbane, perlopiù copiate dalla ""Cosmographia"" di Sebastian Muenster. Questo esemplare proviene dall'opera che il Guéroult e Arnouellet pubblicarono l'anno seguente, nel 1553, con il titolo di ""Epitome de la Corographie d'Europe, illustré de pourtraitz des villes plus renomées d'icelle"". Le vedute urbane furono incrementate a 21 e aggiunte alcune carte geografiche. Le matrici furono ristampate poi da Bonhomme (1557), Dupinet (1564) e Belleforest (1575). Xilografia, in buono stato di conservazione. Rarissima." "Taken from the very rare ""Epitome De la Corographie d'Europe, illustre des pourtraitz des Villes plus renommees d'icelle"" published by Arnoullet in 1553. The plate are copied form the Munster's Cosmographia and was reprinted by Dupinet (1564) and Belleforest (1575). Woodcut, good condition. Very rare."
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-29 07:14:44
Guillaume GUEROULT (1507-1569)
1553. "Guillaume Guéroult (1507-1569) dirigeva a Lione la stamperia del cognato Balthazar Arnoullet (1517-1556), presso il quale stampò nel 1552 il ""Premier livre des figure set pourtraitz des villes plus illustre set renommées d'Europe"", contenente 9 immagini urbane, perlopiù copiate dalla ""Cosmographia"" di Sebastian Muenster. Questo esemplare proviene dall'opera che il Guéroult e Arnouellet pubblicarono l'anno seguente, nel 1553, con il titolo di ""Epitome de la Corographie d'Europe, illustré de pourtraitz des villes plus renomées d'icelle"". Le vedute urbane furono incrementate a 21 e aggiunte alcune carte geografiche. Le matrici furono ristampate poi da Bonhomme (1557), Dupinet (1564) e Belleforest (1575). Xilografia, in buono stato di conservazione. Rarissima." "Taken from the very rare ""Epitome De la Corographie d'Europe, illustre des pourtraitz des Villes plus renommees d'icelle"" published by Arnoullet in 1553. The plate are copied form the Munster's Cosmographia and was reprinted by Dupinet (1564) and Belleforest (1575). Woodcut, good condition. Very rare." Sconosciuta al Borri.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-29 07:14:44
Guillaume GUEROULT (1507-1569)
1553. "Guillaume Guéroult (1507-1569) dirigeva a Lione la stamperia del cognato Balthazar Arnoullet (1517-1556), presso il quale stampò nel 1552 il ""Premier livre des figure set pourtraitz des villes plus illustre set renommées d'Europe"", contenente 9 immagini urbane, perlopiù copiate dalla ""Cosmographia"" di Sebastian Muenster. Questo esemplare proviene dall'opera che il Guéroult e Arnouellet pubblicarono l'anno seguente, nel 1553, con il titolo di ""Epitome de la Corographie d'Europe, illustré de pourtraitz des villes plus renomées d'icelle"". Le vedute urbane furono incrementate a 21 e aggiunte alcune carte geografiche. Le matrici furono ristampate poi da Bonhomme (1557), Dupinet (1564) e Belleforest (1575). Xilografia, in buono stato di conservazione. Rarissima." "Taken from the very rare ""Epitome De la Corographie d'Europe, illustre des pourtraitz des Villes plus renommees d'icelle"" published by Arnoullet in 1553. The plate are copied form the Munster's Cosmographia and was reprinted by Dupinet (1564) and Belleforest (1575). Woodcut, good condition. Very rare."
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-29 07:14:44
Guillaume GUEROULT (1507-1569)
1553. "Guillaume Guéroult (1507-1569) dirigeva a Lione la stamperia del cognato Balthazar Arnoullet (1517-1556), presso il quale stampò nel 1552 il ""Premier livre des figure set pourtraitz des villes plus illustre set renommées d'Europe"", contenente 9 immagini urbane, perlopiù copiate dalla ""Cosmographia"" di Sebastian Muenster. Questo esemplare proviene dall'opera che il Guéroult e Arnouellet pubblicarono l'anno seguente, nel 1553, con il titolo di ""Epitome de la Corographie d'Europe, illustré de pourtraitz des villes plus renomées d'icelle"". Le vedute urbane furono incrementate a 21 e aggiunte alcune carte geografiche. Le matrici furono ristampate poi da Bonhomme (1557), Dupinet (1564) e Belleforest (1575). Xilografia, in buono stato di conservazione. Rarissima." "Taken from the very rare ""Epitome De la Corographie d'Europe, illustre des pourtraitz des Villes plus renommees d'icelle"" published by Arnoullet in 1553. The plate are copied form the Munster's Cosmographia and was reprinted by Dupinet (1564) and Belleforest (1575). Woodcut, good condition. Very rare."
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-29 07:14:44
Guillaume GUEROULT (1507-1569)
1553. "Guillaume Guéroult (1507-1569) dirigeva a Lione la stamperia del cognato Balthazar Arnoullet (1517-1556), presso il quale stampò nel 1552 il ""Premier livre des figure set pourtraitz des villes plus illustre set renommées d'Europe"", contenente 9 immagini urbane, perlopiù copiate dalla ""Cosmographia"" di Sebastian Muenster. Questo esemplare proviene dall'opera che il Guéroult e Arnouellet pubblicarono l'anno seguente, nel 1553, con il titolo di ""Epitome de la Corographie d'Europe, illustré de pourtraitz des villes plus renomées d'icelle"". Le vedute urbane furono incrementate a 21 e aggiunte alcune carte geografiche. Le matrici furono ristampate poi da Bonhomme (1557), Dupinet (1564) e Belleforest (1575). Xilografia, in buono stato di conservazione. Rarissima." "Taken from the very rare ""Epitome De la Corographie d'Europe, illustre des pourtraitz des Villes plus renommees d'icelle"" published by Arnoullet in 1553. The plate are copied form the Munster's Cosmographia and was reprinted by Dupinet (1564) and Belleforest (1575). Woodcut, good condition. Very rare." G. Moretto (a cura di) "Venetia - Le immagini della Repubblica", s. 14
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-27 12:44:50
Gian Jacopo CARAGLIO (Verona 1505 - Cracovia 1565)
Bulino, 1553, firmata e datata in lastra in basso a sinistra 'AENEAS VICVS PARM RESTITVIT/MDLIII, nel margine inferiore iscrizione latina 'AVSAE CVM MVSIS COMMITERE PROETIA VOCE VICTAE NVNC VOLITANT IMMITANTES OMNIA PICAE'. Esemplare nel sesto stato finale, re-inciso da Enea Vico e con l'indirizzo di Lafrery aggiunto in basso a destra 'Ant. Lafrerij exc.' Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "scudo con tre monti e corona", rifilata al rame, applicato su antico supporto cartaceo, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Giorgio Vasari menziona questa stampa come il terzo lavoro inciso da Jacopo Caraglio a Roma su disegno, oggi perduto, di Rosso Fiorentino. Carroll ritiene, invece, che l'opera possa essere basata sui disegni preparatori di Raffaello per il Paranso, che Rosso probabilmente conosceva tramite le incisioni di Marcantonio Raimondi. L'iscrizione latina nel margine si riferisce all'episodio narrato da Ovidio nelle Metamorfosi (V, 294 - 678). Si conoscono sei stati della lastra di cui l'ultimo re-inciso da Enea Vico. Engraving, 1553, lettered in the margin: 'AVSAE CVM MVSIS COMMITERE PROETIA VOCE VICTAE NVNC VOLITANT IMMITANTES OMNIA PICAE', signed and dated lower left: 'AENEAS VICVS PARM RESTITVIT/MDLIII', and inscribed with publisher's address lower right: 'Ant. Lafrerij exc.' Example of sixth state of six. A very good proof printed on contemporary laid paper with watermark "triple mount in shield with crown", trimmed close to platemark, very good condition. Giorgio Vasari mentioned this print as Jacopo Caraglio's third work engraved in Rome aft … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-16 10:12:39
Vincenzo Cartari
Venice: Gualtero Scotto, 1553. VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Limp vellum ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically buckled and soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology POB#47831 TITLE: Il Flauio intorno a i Fasto AUTHOR: Vincenzo Cartari PUBLISHER: In Vinegia: Appresso Gualtero Scotto. [Venice: Press of Gualtero Scotto] DATE: M D LIII [1553] EDITION: First Edition. Adams C783. DESCRIPTION: xxiv, 438, [2] 16cm CONDITION NOTES: VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Binding ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. BINDING: Period limp vellum. Inscribed spine title. Vincenzo Cartari (c.1531-1569) was an Italian mythographer and diplomat of the Italian Renaissance. Here he comments on the Fasti of Ovid. An index begins the volume, pointing to many references to Roman gods and heroes: Apollo, Aphrodite, Achilles at Troy, Pomona, Hermes, Minos, and Medusa. Written in Italian during the Italian Renassiance, Cartari's work in Italian influenced painters, artists, and other cultural leaders who used classical imagery i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, US]
2019-07-03 06:11:11
Hieronymus
Wittenberg: Hieronymus: Omnes quae extant... Part 4 and 5 in one volume Published: Basel, Froben, 1553 Size: 39 x 27 cm Condition: please see photos - Leather over wood boards (rubbed, some wear, without clasps). 391 pages, 609 pages. Pages 3 to 11 partly censored. Shipping-costs: see description Payment: Paypal or Banktransfer.
Bookseller: print-forum (odetowhitman*) [Berlin, DE]
2019-06-26 18:23:38
Vincenzo Cartari
Venice: Gualtero Scotto, 1553. VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Limp vellum ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically buckled and soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology POB#47831 TITLE: Il Flauio intorno a i Fasto AUTHOR: Vincenzo Cartari PUBLISHER: In Vinegia: Appresso Gualtero Scotto. [Venice: Press of Gualtero Scotto] DATE: M D LIII [1553] EDITION: First Edition. Adams C783. DESCRIPTION: xxiv, 438, [2] 16cm CONDITION NOTES: VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Binding ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. BINDING: Period limp vellum. Inscribed spine title. Vincenzo Cartari (c.1531-1569) was an Italian mythographer and diplomat of the Italian Renaissance. Here he comments on the Fasti of Ovid. An index begins the volume, pointing to many references to Roman gods and heroes: Apollo, Aphrodite, Achilles at Troy, Pomona, Hermes, Minos, and Medusa. Written in Italian during the Italian Renassiance, Cartari's work in Italian influenced painters, artists, and other cultural leaders who used classical imagery i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, US]
2019-06-12 23:33:49
Demosthenis, Aeschines
1553. Demosthenis & Aeschines. Orationes atq epistolae. Translated by Hieronymus Wolf. Basel Opinorum. [1553]. Editio princeps of the complete works of Demosthenes and Aeschines. Volumes 1 and 2 (of 4) bound in 1 volume. Octavo [64], 523, [1], 326 pages. Thin, textured parchment-like material covering boards, much chipped from spine; front board cover nearly detached, generally sound internally, but small paper repair on title page. Wolff's preface to the Demosthenes section, on the recto of leaf gamma 6, is dated 1553. The libraries around the world that have the books all ascribe dates of 1553 or 1554. "Previously to the year 1572, there was another edition in 2 vols. large octavo, without date, containing the orations.Goetz thinks it was published in 1553, and it is so cited in Bibl. Thott." - Dibdin I, page 478; Adams D270. These two volumes are mostly Demonsthenes,but include two of Aeschines' orations. (See phot of table of contents) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: South Willington Book Cartel [WILLINGTON, CT, U.S.A.]
2019-06-05 15:56:17
Petrarch
Venice: Domenico Giglio, 1553. The parchment cover (app. 6" x 8.5") is darkened, creased and with edge tears. The spine lacks the parchment, although the binding and three raised bands are secure. The front inside cover has the bookplate of the scholar and pop-fiction writer, Samuel Shellabarger. There are no other attachments. The first two end leaves are missing. The title page is the first page now in the book (see photo). There are no other missing and no loose pages. There are a few margin notes, but almost all pages have none. The final, otherwise blank, leaf has several notations - a name, references as to purchase, and some crossed-out text. Most pages are stained to the bottom and outside bottom borders. None of this obscures the text or the art, all of which is unfaded and clearly legible. There are shallow curls or edge creases to many pages. These, also, don't interfere with the text or art. The accompanying photos are of this copy. This is the Domenico Giglio 1553 publication of Il Petrarca, con la Spositione di M. Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo, a short biography of Petrarch, followed by a collection of his sonnets and canzoni (346 pages), with inset engravings at the head of each segment, and with extensive comments by Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo. This is followed by Petrarch's poem, "I Trionfi" (70 pages), with engraved headings at the beginning of each of the six chapters. The parchment cover (app. 6" x 8.5") is darkened, creased and with edge tears. The spine lacks the parchment, although the binding and three raised bands are secure. The front inside cover has the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: timelytales (neznib) [Sherman, Connecticut, US]
2019-06-05 15:56:17
Petrarch
Venice: Domenico Giglio, 1553. When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. This is the Domenico Giglio 1553 publication of Il Petrarca, con la Spositione di M. Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo, a short biography of Petrarch, followed by a collection of his sonnets and canzoni (346 pages), with inset engravings at the head of each segment, and with extensive comments by Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo. This is followed by Petrarch's poem, "I Trionfi" (70 pages), with engraved headings at the beginning of each of the six chapters. The parchment cover (app. 6" x 8.5") is darkened, creased and with edge tears. The spine lacks the parchment, although the binding and three raised bands are secure. The front inside cover has the bookplate of the scholar and pop-fiction writer, Samuel Shellabarger. There are no other attachments. The first two end leaves are missing. The title page is the first page now in the book (see photo). There are no other missing and no loose pages. There are a few margin notes, but almost all pages have none. The final, otherwise blank, leaf has several notations - a name, references as to purchase, and some crossed-out text. Most pages are stained to the bottom and outside bottom borders. None of this obscures the text or the art, all of which is unfaded and clearly legible. There are shallow curls or edge creases to many pages. These, also, don't interfere with the text or art. The accompanying photos are of this copy. TERMS OF PAYMENT US bidders Media insured shipping included within the US. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: timelytales (neznib) [Sherman, Connecticut, US]
2019-06-03 07:55:30
Vincenzo Cartari
Venice: Gualtero Scotto, 1553. VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Limp vellum ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically buckled and soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology IL FLAVIO INTORNO A I FASTO Vincenzo Cartari 1553 1st Ed. Ovid Fasti Mythology POB#47831 TITLE: Il Flauio intorno a i Fasto AUTHOR: Vincenzo Cartari PUBLISHER: In Vinegia: Appresso Gualtero Scotto. [Venice: Press of Gualtero Scotto] DATE: M D LIII [1553] EDITION: First Edition. Adams C783. DESCRIPTION: xxiv, 438, [2] 16cm CONDITION NOTES: VERY GOOD. Complete with all issued endpapers in original binding. Binding ties perished. A few period annotations and underlines...about 15 pages. A few spots of worming on the tail margin without loss of text or major loss of paper. Covers typically soiled. Some cracking to spine in center of the inscription. BINDING: Period limp vellum. Inscribed spine title. Vincenzo Cartari (c.1531-1569) was an Italian mythographer and diplomat of the Italian Renaissance. Here he comments on the Fasti of Ovid. An index begins the volume, pointing to many references to Roman gods and heroes: Apollo, Aphrodite, Achilles at Troy, Pomona, Hermes, Minos, and Medusa. Written in Italian during the Italian Renassiance, Cartari's work in Italian influenced painters, artists, and other cultural leaders who used classical imagery i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, US]
2019-05-28 09:45:54
Sachs, Hans.
Nürnberg, Georg Merkel, 1553. 4°. Mit einem Titelholzschnitt, einem Textholzschnitt u. 2 Holzschn.-Leisten mit dem Monogramm „GH“. 8 nn. Bll., Heftstreifen. Der voll ausgerüstete Haushalt braucht neben der Bibel „andre bücher mehr, Zu kurtzweyl und sitlicher lehr“. - Der Titelholzschnitt zeigt den jungen Gesellen, der zum Dichter kommt, während dieser mit seiner Familie beim Frühstück sitzt. Der Textholzschnitt (nach Virgil Solis verkleinert) stellt einen alten weisen Mann dar, der am Tisch sitzt, im Vordergrund reitet ein kleines Kind auf einem Steckenpferd, der junge Geselle schaut zu. - Leicht gebräunt. Ränder schwach angestaubt. - VD16, S 280 (nur drei Nachweise); Goetze 202d; vgl. Weller, Sachs 68. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Sachs, Der gantz Haußrat, bey dreyhundert stücken, so ungefehrlich inn ein jedes Hauß gehöret
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2019-05-27 10:22:38
Jacques De Srada
Jacques de Strada et Thomas Guerin / Glielmo rovillio, 1553. Condition: Bon état. Bon Etat.
Bookseller: Librairie dans mon garage (ngawangdansmongarage) [05000 Gap, FR]
2019-05-25 07:22:25
Pétrarque
Venise: Domenico Giglio, 1553. Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. Il Petrarca, Con la Spositione Di M.Giovanni Gesualdo 1553 Italien Poésie Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. Il s'agit de la publication de Domenico Giglio 1553 de Il Petrarca, con la Spositione di M. Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo, une courte biographie de Pétrarque, suivie d'un recueil de ses sonnets et de son canzoni (346 pages), avec des gravures incrustées en tête de chaque segment et des commentaires détaillés de Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo. Vient ensuite le poème de Pétrarque "I Trionfi" (70 pages), avec des titres gravés au début de chacun des six chapitres. La couverture de parchemin (env. 6" x 8,5") est obscurcie, froissé et avec des larmes de bord. La colonne vertébrale n'a pas le parchemin, bien que la liaison et trois bandes surélevées sont sécurisés. La couverture à l'intérieur de la couverture comporte le catalogue du savant et écrivain de fiction populaire, Samuel Shellabarger. Il n'y a pas d'autres pièces jointes. Les deux premières feuilles d'extrémité sont manquantes. La page de titre est la première page maintenant dans le livre (voir photo). Il n'y a pas d'autre page manquante et aucune page volante. Il y a quelques notes de marge, mais presque toutes les pages n'en ont pas. La dernière feuille, sinon vierge, comporte plusieurs ann … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: timelytales (neznib) [Sherman, Connecticut, US]
2019-05-23 21:29:43
Petrarca Francesco
In Vinegia Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari 1553. 4°, 150x220 mm, cc. (26), 16, pp. 17-667, (1). Rilegatura settecentesca in piena pelle, titolo su tassello in oro e fregi dorati sbiaditi al dorso, tagli colorati. L'opera consiste nella raccolta del canzoniere e dei Trionfi, riccamente commentati dall'umanista Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo. Frontespizio allegorico inciso con marca tipografica alla base, i Trionfi hanno un proprio frontespizio con grande marca tipografica: Fenice ad ali spiegate con fiamme ai piedi e motto Semper Eadem. Iniziali animate, una grande incisione rappresentante la Valclusa, con Avignone alla fine dell'introduzione. Nei Trionfi sono presenti alcune incisioni all'inizio di ogni capitolo. L'opera comprende una introduzione con la vita e gli studi del Poeta. All'interno del Canzoniere vi sono 3 etichette manoscritte che correggono il testo sottostante. Segno di tarlo alla base del volume lontano dal testo per 13 carte, la prima carta bianca ha una mancanza all'angolo e una firma anonima. Esemplare nell'assieme fresco di quest'opera celebre stampata più volte nel corso degli anni.
Bookseller: Libreria Spalavera [IT]
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