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2017-10-16 11:29:20
Scepper, Cornelius Duplicius).
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-16 11:11:26
GRATAROLI (Guglielmo)
Lyon, Eustace Barricat, 1555. 1 vol. in-16, veau blond glacé, dos à nerfs orné de doubles filets dorés, pièce de titre et date en veau rouge, encadrement d'un triple filet doré sur les plats, filet doré sur les coupes, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées. Reliure du XIXe siècle. Bel exemplaire. (8) ff., 223 pp. Signatures : *8 [A-O]8. Petits raccommodages au f. de titre et au dernier f. Edition originale de la traduction française du De memoria reparanda, l'un des premiers traités complets sur la mnémonique publiés à la Renaissance. la science de la mémoire avait déjà été étudiée dans l'antiquité (entre autres par Simonide), mais l'ouvrage de Grataroli fait un point plus approfondi sur le sujet, propose des remèdes médicaux aux mémoires défaillantes, des conseils d'hygiène alimentaire pour la conserver et des moyens techniques pour accroître la mémoire artificielle. Publié en latin à Zürich en 1553, il fut aussitôt traduit en français et en anglais et fut réimprimé plusieurs fois. La seconde partie de l'ouvrage concerne plutôt la physionomie et propose la prédiction des caractères humains par l'observation de diverses parties du corps. C'est la traduction d'un autre ouvrage de Grataroli, paru en 1554, le De praedictione morum. Grataroli, médecin né à Bergame en 1516, fut l'un des auteurs les plus singuliers de son temps. Proche de Pomponazzi qu'il avait fréquenté à l'Université de Padoue, de Zanchi et de Théodore de Bèze, on l'a suspecté d'avoir embrassé la Réforme. Il a écrit des traités fort curieux sur un grand nombre de sujets originaux, mais son approche médicale est … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2017-10-16 11:06:48
Belon, Pierre.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-16 09:00:47
Dionysius Halicarnasseus
Sigismundo Gelenio, 1555. 1 volume (2 tomi) in 8°, pp 619-1b, 459-(79), marca tipografica ai frontespizi, qq iniziali xilografate, bella legatura mezza pelle verde 8ooesca, dorso con 3 nervetti, tassello rosso, fregi e titoli dorati, lievi bruniture, bell esemplare 1 volume (2 parts) in 8°, pp 619-1b, 459- (79), typographic mark on frontispieces, engraved initials, nice eighteenth-century green leather binding, 3 ribbed back, red piece, gilt ornaments and titles, marginal brownings, fine copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Redaelli Alberto [Milano, Italy]
2017-10-13 01:14:29
Luther, Martin
Jena, Christian Rödinger, Donatus Richtzenhain, Thomas Rebart, 1555-1562 4°; jeweils die Titelblätter in rot und schwarz m. Holzschnitt-Vignette, zahlreiche 4- bis 7-zeilige Initialen u. einige Vignetten in Holzschnitt; Bd. 1: 11 Bl., 588 pag. Bl., 4 Bl., 2 Bl. m. je 1 Holzschnitt, 2 Bl.; Bd. 2: 6 Bl., 523 pag., 2 Bl., 2 Bl. m. je 1 Holzschnitt; Bd. 3: 6 Bl.,1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt, 534 pag. Bl. m. 1 Abb. in Holzschnitt; Bd. 4: 4 Bl. m. 1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt, 547 pag. Bl. m. 3 Holzschnitten, 2 Bl.; Bd. 5: 7 Bl., 1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt, 536 pag. Bl., 2 Bl.; Bd. 6: 7 Bl., 1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt, 546 pag. Bl., 2 Bl.; Bd. 7: 5 Bl., 1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt, 449 pag. Bl., 1 Bl.; Bd. 8: 5 Bl., 1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt, 391 pag. Bl., 1 Bl., Pgt. (Unerschiedlich gebräunt) auf Holzdeckeln mit 9 (von 16) metallenen Schliessen., Innen etw. (stock-)fleckig, tlw. gebräunt, einige Randverluste u. -risse. zahlr. Marginalien u. Unterstreichungen in Tinte von alten Händen (ebenso Notizen auf den Vs.), gesamthaft gutes Exemplar. Komplettes und kollationiertes Exemplar der berühmten Jenaer Gesamtausgabe. Bde. 1 und 2 in erster Auflage. (VD16/L 3323. L 3324. L 3348. L 3349. L 3350. L 3351. L 3353. L 3354). Alle Bände mit Titelholzschnitt (Friedrich der Weise und Luther unter dem Kreuz knieend). die Bde. 1 und 2 jeweils mit 2 Holzschnitten (Luther und Melanchthon bzw. Georg III.. Fürst von Anhalt-Dessau sowie dessen Wappenschild). die Bde. 3 bis 8 jeweils mit einem Holzschnitt der Herzöge von Sachsen (Joh. Friedrich II.. Joh. Wilhelm I. und Joh. Friedrich III.) auf Tafeln; im Bd. 3 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej [Switzerland]
2017-10-13 01:13:44
Luther, Martin
Jena, Christian Rödinger, Donatus Richtzenhain, Thomas Rebart, -1562 1555 - 4°; jeweils die Titelblätter in rot und schwarz m. Holzschnitt-Vignette, zahlreiche 4- bis 7-zeilige Initialen u. einige Vignetten in Holzschnitt; Bd. 1: 11 Bl., 588 pag. Bl., 4 Bl., 2 Bl. m. je 1 Holzschnitt, 2 Bl.; Bd. 2: 6 Bl., 523 pag., 2 Bl., 2 Bl. m. je 1 Holzschnitt; Bd. 3: 6 Bl.,1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt, 534 pag. Bl. m. 1 Abb. in Holzschnitt; Bd. 4: 4 Bl. m. 1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt, 547 pag. Bl. m. 3 Holzschnitten, 2 Bl.; Bd. 5: 7 Bl., 1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt, 536 pag. Bl., 2 Bl.; Bd. 6: 7 Bl., 1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt, 546 pag. Bl., 2 Bl.; Bd. 7: 5 Bl., 1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt, 449 pag. Bl., 1 Bl.; Bd. 8: 5 Bl., 1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt, 391 pag. Bl., 1 Bl., Pgt. (Unerschiedlich gebräunt) auf Holzdeckeln mit 9 (von 16) metallenen Schliessen., Innen etw. (stock-)fleckig, tlw. gebräunt, einige Randverluste u. -risse. zahlr. Marginalien u. Unterstreichungen in Tinte von alten Händen (ebenso Notizen auf den Vs.), gesamthaft gutes Exemplar. Komplettes und kollationiertes Exemplar der berühmten Jenaer Gesamtausgabe. Bde. 1 und 2 in erster Auflage. (VD16/L 3323, L 3324, L 3348, L 3349, L 3350, L 3351, L 3353, L 3354). Alle Bände mit Titelholzschnitt (Friedrich der Weise und Luther unter dem Kreuz knieend), die Bde. 1 und 2 jeweils mit 2 Holzschnitten (Luther und Melanchthon bzw. Georg III., Fürst von Anhalt-Dessau sowie dessen Wappenschild), die Bde. 3 bis 8 jeweils mit einem Holzschnitt der Herzöge von Sachsen (Joh. Friedrich II., Joh. Wilhelm I. und Joh. Friedrich III.) auf Tafeln; im Bd. 3 zusätzl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
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2017-10-13 01:13:02
Luther, Martin
Christian Rodinger, Jena 1555 - Pp. (27), 588, (8). Vol. 1 of the first edition of Luther's writing. Leather over timber boards. Red & black title page with engraving. Lacking clasps. Hinges cracked. Occasional worm holes, annotation and stains.Else good overall. Rare. Size: Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Dublin Bookbrowsers [Ireland]
2017-10-12 11:56:54
CICERON (Marcus Tullius).
Parisiis, apud Carolum Stephanum, 1551-1555. - 4 volumes : 1). 24 pages non chiffrées + 172 pages 2). 762 pages + 2 pages non chiffrées 3). 572 pages 4) 670 pages + 2 pages non chiffrées (25x38cm). Reliure ancienne Cuir armoriée, usagée. Coins émoussés. Plats, mors et dos frottés. Rousseurs. Papier bruni. Petites réparations sommaires à la page de titre du tome 2. Très Belle Edition de Charles Estienne. Reliure Intéressante du XVIIe siècle malgré ses défauts (Dos à nerfs ornés, Encadrement à la Du Seuil avec armoiries dorées au centre des plats). Ex-libris. Petites annotations anciennes dans les marges. t.
Bookseller: Último Capítulo S.C.P.
2017-10-11 15:57:08
BOCCHI, Achille (1488-1562).
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-10-10 21:19:54
REBUFFI PETRUS
Parisiis, apud Galeotum a Prato 1555 - Due parti (con autonomi frontespizi) in un volume di cm. 16,5, pp. (16) 779 (3); (90) 427 (5) [Tractatus nominationum - Tractatus de pacificis possessoribus]. Alcuni bei capilettera figurati, due splendidi marchi tip. a p. pag. nei due colophon. Affascinante legatura coeva in piena perg. molle con titoli ms. lungo tutto il dorso. Antica nota di possesso ms. al frontespizio. Cerniere internamente disunite senza mancanze alla leg. Lieve ma uniforme alone. Esemplare genuino e in buono stato di conservazione. Pierre Rebuffi (1487-1557), giureconsulto di Montpellier, insegnò diritto canonico a Montpellier, Tolosa, Cahors, Bourges e Parigi. Oltre all'attività di canonista, culminata con la chiamata di Paolo III ad uditore della Rota romana, Rebuffi ebbe modo di distinguersi anche come civilista, commentando alcuni titoli del Digesto giustinianeo e compilando numerose monografie. Rarissima edizione che raccoglie il testo del concordato tra papa Leone X ed il re di Francia Francesco I con l'imponente commento dell'A.; seguono il Tractatus nominationum ed il Tractatus de pacificis possessoribus. Cfr. Kvk, non in Sapori. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio
2017-10-09 10:12:17
ALFONSO X, Rey de Castilla.
Impresso en Salamanca por Andrea de Portonaris, Impressor de su Magestad, 1555. - 9 tomes en 4 volumes in-folio. 151ff. chiffrés. + 116ff. chiffrés. + 186ff. chiffrés. + 73ff. chiffrés. (1f.blanc) + 112ff. chiffrés. + 116ff. chiffrés. + 102ff. chiffrés. + 20ff. 31ff. + 68ff. 8ff. 237ff. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs ornés (reliure espagnole du 18e siècle). Edition Originale de la version de référence des fameuses "Siete Partidas", texte fondamental pour l'histoire du Droit. Il exerça une influence considérable, dès son apparition au 13e siècle, sur tout l'Occident chrétien et, plus tard, sur les pays de l'Amérique latine auxquels il servit de base à l'élaboration de leur propre juridiction et où il fut en application jusqu'au 19e siècle et parfois même jusqu'au début du 20e siècle. Rédigé entre 1256 et 1265 par plusieurs juristes sous l'égide du roi de Castille Alfonso X, l'ouvrage aborde tous les aspects du savoir juridique à travers 7 grandes sections ("Partidas") que la qualité de leur rédaction en espagnol, place parmi les grands textes écrits dans cette langue. La présente édition, éditée par le juriste Gregorio López avec ses commentaires qui paraissent pour la première fois, constitue l'édition de référence, et un remarquable monument typographique à ce texte fondateur. Intéressant exemplaire enrichi d'un tome additionnel constitué des index et répertoires de l'édition de 1576, parue chez le même imprimeur. Traces d'humidité aux 60 premiers feuillets du premier tome, dues à un accident ayant déformé le plat supérieur du premier volume. Quelques défauts ici ou là, mais … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2017-10-05 06:45:12
GESNER, Conrad; pseud.:) EUONYMUS PHILIATER.
- Zürich, A. u. J. Gessner, 1555. 4to. 4 Bl., 390 S., 9 Bl. (davon das 1. weiß). Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel u. 37 kl. Textholzschnitten. Neuer Halbpergamentband unter Verwendung alten Materials. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. - Conrad Gesner (1516-65) war zugleich Philologe, Mediziner, Botaniker und Zoologe und in all diesen Fächern hat er Hervorragendes geleistet. "There is no more notable man in the history of learning and of science in the 16th century than Gesner" (Ferguson). Als ausgezeichneter Kenner der Arzneimittellehre der Alten war er bemüht, neben den durch Paracelsus empfohlenen metallischen Arzneimitteln die pflanzlichen wieder mehr in Aufnahme zu bringen. Er scheute sich auch nicht, die Wirkung neuer Mittel, auch giftiger, an sich selbst zu erproben. "In seinem äußerst beliebten 'Arzneischatz' wusste er auf galenischer Grundlage viele neue Ratschläge zu erteilen" (Fueter in NDB VI, 345; vgl. Hirsch/Hüb. II, 732). "The book is interesting as a record of the Chemistry known by Gesner, the greatest naturalist, polyhistor and bibliographer of his time . It gives an account of plants to be destilled, of furnaces and other apparatus, and the methods of getting the virtues out of plants, animals, and minerals, and their uses in effecting cures. It evinces considerable knowledge of practical pharmaceutical chemistry as than practised" (Ferguson). Die Abbildungen zeigen chemische Geräte wie Destillationskolben und -öfen. - Durling 2084; Ferchl 182; Schoene, Gesch. d. Weines 4368; VD16, G 1808; Schelenz 410. - Gebräunt u. fingerfleckig, fast durchgehend mit Feu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip
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2017-10-05 03:47:16
GESSNER, Conrad.
plerique in Germania antehac non editi, nunc primum in unum coniuncti volumen. Tiguri, Andrea et Jac. Gessner, M.D.LV (Zurigo, 1555). in-folio, ff. (10), 408 (ma in effetti 406 per inesistente numeraz. dei ff. 227-8), (22, incluso l'ult. bianco), leg. secentesca m. perg., tit. ms. al dorso. Marca tip. sul tit., ripetuta in fine, 260 figure in silografia n.t. Prima edizione di questa raccolta di testi di chirurgia, scelti ed editi dal Gessner, il quale vi inserì il proprio trattato ''De medicinae chirurgicae praestantia et antiquitate''. Essa costituisce una sorta di straordinaria storia e bio-bibliografia della chirurgia e dei chirurghi, una delle prime sulla materia, raccogliente circa 150 autori. Oltre il trattato di Gessner, il volume contiene versioni di Guido Guidi da Galeno, Oribasio ed Eliodoro; il ''De chirurgia institutione'' di Jean Tagault; opere di Houllier, Jacopo Dondi, Mariano Santo, Angelo Bolognini, Michelangelo Biondo e Hans Lange; ed inoltre i trattati di Bart. Maggi ed Alfonso Ferri sulle ferite da arma da fuoco. Le silografie includono figure di scheletri tratte da Vesalio, ferri chirurgici da Gersdorff e riproduzioni rimpicciolite dalla ''Chirurgia'' del Guidi. tutte incise da Jos Murer. Buon esempl. (con qualche lieve alone d'umido ed il foglio di dedica accuratamente restaurato nei margini estremi).. Durling 960 (con elenco competo delle opere). Garrison-Morton 5562. Waller 1959. Wellcome 1460..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-09-29 02:54:11
Grouchy, Nicolas de, (ca 1509-1572)
Lutetiae [Paris] ex Officina typographica Michaelis Vascosani [Vascosan] 1555 120 ff. 4 bandeaux et 19 lettrines, index feuillets 111-120, errata au dernier feuillet, signature A1-R 6, S4, T4, V 6, X 4 in-folio Plein vélin, titre à la plume au dos : "Nic. Gruchii de comit. romanor." Bel exemplaire Vignette ex-libris de la bibliothèque Pierre Lambert[Nicolas de Grouchy]Haag, La France protestante, V, p. 373. Edition originale rare. Nicolas de Grouchy, sieur de la Rivière, né à Rouen ou dans les environs vers l'année 1509, mort en 1572 à La Rochelle, était le second fils de Jean de Grouchy, écuyer, fils de Colard de Grouchy, seigneur de La Cauchie et panetier du duc de Guyenne. Il commença ses études à Rouen, puis les compléta au collège Sainte-Barbe à Paris, où il devint, au bout de peu de temps, professeur. Il s'y lia avec plusieurs savants portugais qui y professaient comme lui. L'un d'eux, André de Gouvéa (Andreus Goveanus), appelé à Bordeaux pour y prendre la direction du collège de Guyenne, l'emmena avec lui pour y être un des régents ou professeurs du collège et participer à sa réorganisation. André de Gouvea fut principal pendant treize ans, de 1534 à 1547, et pendant le même temps, Nicolas de Grouchy fut maître de dialectique. Tous deux eurent Montaigne pour élève et leurs deux noms se trouvent mentionnés dans un chapitre des Essais (I, XXVI). Grouchy fut un des "précepteurs domestiques" de Montaigne qui écrit : "quant à moy, j'avoy plus de six ans, avant que j'entendisse non plus de françois ou de perigordin, que d'arabesque... Et Nicolas Grouchy, qui a escript de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jean-Denis Touzot Libraire [France, Paris]
2017-09-28 04:39:05
Mattioli, Pietro Andrea.(Matthioli)
Venetia, Valgrisi, 1555. 0 Con gratia & priuilegio del Sommo Pontefice, dell` Illustrisssimo Senato Viniti` Folio. [44] Bl., 741, [1] S., reich illustr. m.Textholzschnitten von Pflanzen, Titelvignette, späterer Pergamenteinb., Rü-Schild m. vergold. Titel, Pergam. im ob. Gelenk u.in Bünden etwas angeplatzt. Titelbl. am Rand m.papierhinterlegt. 2 Kleine Löcher ohne Textverlust, Fleck, Seiten tls. gebräunt o.wenig fleckig, sonst altersgemäß sehr gut erhalten. Sehr seltene Ausgabe in italienischer Sprache. Versand D: 5,00 EUR illustr. Bücher 16. Jahrh.; Kräuterbücher; Lateinische Schriften; MEDIZIN; Medizingeschichte; Pflanzendarstellung; Pflanzenheilkunde
Bookseller: Neusser Buch & Kunst Antiquariat [Neuss, NRW, Germany]
2017-09-24 10:47:05
Lactantius, Lucius Coelius Firmianus [Erasmus]
1555. Inbunden bok. L. Coelii Lactantii Firmiani Divinarum Institutionum libri VII. DE Ira Dei Liber I. De Opificio Dei Liber I. Per D. Erasmum Rot. recognitus & scholiis illustratus. Epitome in libros suos, Liber Acephalos. Carmen de Phoenice, Passione Domini, Resurrectione Dominica. Ne interim LEctoris alacritas, Græcorum, quæ passim ispersa sunt carminum occursu reprimatur, Latina suo quæq[ue] loco apposuimus. Præterea, eorum quæ in tot hoc opere ntatu digniora visa sunt, indicem præposuimus. Antuerpiæ apud Ioannem Gymnicum, Anno M.D.LV. Mense Ianuar [Antwerp, January 1555]. 8vo [11,3 x 16,8 cm]. (40), (1-)592 (593-94), (5 errata) pp. With a few pagination errors: pages 78-79 are paginated as 81-82, pages 363/362 have changed place, and page 565 is paginated as page 545. Bound in a contemporary, worn, calf-binding with four raised bands, covers with blind-tooled decoration and fleur-de-lis. Front cover loose, and rear cover and spine almost loose. Some of the leather has come of from the spine and the covers The first sheet (title and following six pages) is loose. Otherwise a tight binding. Textblock with a few stains and some dampstains in the outer margin, and some contemporary annotations and underlining, otherwise a nice copy. Nice print, mostly italics and some greek. Title page with previous owners' annotations: 'Lugdunum Batavorum 1642 in Auctione' and an inscription in Latin. Outer edge with owner's signature: Cartann9 [Cartannus].
Bookseller: Henning Hansen Antikvariat [Sweden]
2017-09-20 09:07:38
VESALIUS, Andreas
Johannes Oporinus, Basilae [Basel]. [1555 (second folio edition)]/ 1543. Folio, with the engraved title page, woodcut portrait of the author, around 200 woodcut text illustrations, the full complement of plates (23 full-page and 2 folding), but lacking the 23 index leaves and colophon; the highly influential, elegant and scientific anatomical illustrations and the portrait of Vesalius are printed from the blocks of the 1543 first edition. Contemporary full vellum over oak boards with five raised bands, sides panelled and elaborately tooled in blind with filigrees and important historical figures; vellum discoloured and occasionally marked; clasps missing, with the leading edges a little worn, exposing the boards; minor loss to the head and foot of the spine, with the joints just starting to split; endpapers no longer present; the title leaf has a blank 45 mm strip at the foot restored, and the blank leading margin heavily thumbed, slightly chipped and wormed, with a small hole; occasional worming, confined to pinholes rarely extending onto the text beyond the wide leading margin (apart from three leaves with minimal loss of a few words); long tears to two leaves (and a few tiny edge tears elsewhere) expertly sealed; light tidemarks to the inner top corners of the first portion, and to some top margins (and a few bottom margins) elsewhere; old pressed flower stains in a number of places, with associated cockling to adjacent leaves; a few other minor signs of use and age (old ink stains to a few leaves; one page very dusty; occasional creases, light marginal stains and chips; … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Treloar Booksellers ANZAAB/ILAB [Adelaide, SA, Australia]
2017-09-16 00:05:57
VICENTINO, Nicola (1511-1572)
Roma: Antonio Barré for Nicola Vicentino, 1555. Folio (287x194 mm). 146, [6] leaves and [8] woodcut folding plates. Signatures: A-Z6 AA6 BB8. On the title page printer's device, showing Orpheus under a tree playing the viola. Author's portrait, at the age of 44, printed on title-page verso. Beautiful woodcut decorated initials. Music notation in text. Later polished calf gilt, marbled edges. Contemporary ownership's inscription on the title page: 'Est S. Petri de Perusio'; below the initials 'D.d.M.' and the date '1857'. Small marginal tear to l. D4 with no damage to the text, title page slightly soiled, a nice copy printed on a fine, crispy paper.A beautiful copy, complete with all the eight plates, of the extremely rare first edition, first issue, of one of the most influential music theory books of the sixteenth century. The book is dedicated to Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este.Unlike most early theorists, Vicentino, who was a pupil of the Flemish-Venetian composer Adrian Willaert, did not simply summarize the practice of his time, but also attempted to adapt the Greek musical modes to the purpose of modern harmonic singing and instrumental performance. His major contribution is the adaptation of the ancient Greek chromatic and enharmonic genera to modern polyphonic practice. Anticipating Vincenzo Galilei and Claudio Monteverdi, Vicentino also expressed avant-garde's views on the relation between music and text. He stated that, in order to better express the feelings of a verbal text, music should be sometimes allowed to break the strict rules of counterpoint."This tre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Govi Rare Books LLC [U.S.A.]
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2017-08-30 01:47:41
DU CHOUL, Guillaume.:
Lyon, de l'imprimerie de Guillaume Rouille, 1555. FIRST EDITION 1555, French text, folio in fours, approximately 310 x 210 mm, 12 1/8 x 8¼ inches, large pictorial device of Du Choul on title page, 5 headpieces and 5 large pictorial initials, 37 very good almost full page woodcuts plus 1 double page folding plan of a Roman camp with 7 small illustrations in La Castrametation, 6 large woodcut illustrations in Des Bains, leaves: 55, (1 - blank); 20, (5 - Index), collation: a-o4; A-E4, F6, A1 is a half-title to Des Bains, De La Religion mentioned on the title page was planned by Du Choul for this volume but it was actually not printed until 1556 and therefore does not appear in our book. Bound in antique leather, rebacked with original gilt decorated and lettered backstrip laid on, raised bands, board edges gilt, edges speckled red. Boards rubbed, corners slightly worn, backstrip darkened and gilt very worn, neat name at top of title page, large pale damp stain to fore-edge and small repair to lower corner of title page, no loss of print, damp stain recurs on a4, 2 small old paper repairs on reverse of folding plan, 2 small closed tears to top and bottom folds and 1 more to lower edge of vertical central fold. A very good clean tight copy. The Castrametation plates show various soldiers of the Roman army, 2 holding enemy heads, others with slings, bows, catapults, 1 shows the testudo, another the battering ram, 3 show trumpeters and horn blowers, some soldiers chop wood for the camp which they then build, 2 bring a barrel of wine by boat to the camp, 6 illustrations show cavalr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2017-08-29 13:29:12
Michele Grechi LUCCHESI
1555 - "Bulino, 1550 circa, privo di dati editoriali, impresso su un foglio di carta vergata coeva, ampi margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Della serie "Prospettive et Antichità di Roma". Dedicata al cardinale Guido Ascanio Sforza, la serie è il risultato di una raccolta di disegni fatta dall'autore. Il numero di tavole che compone l'opera varia, a seconda dei diversi esemplari, da un minimo di venti ad un massimo di quarantasette. Le prime venti tavole che seguono il frontespizio, senza data, e la dedica rappresentano architetture immaginarie composte da archi, portici classicheggianti, spesso con pavimentazione quadrettata. In alcuni casi, le scene sono arricchite da piccoli personaggi. Queste vedute fantastiche non sono creazioni orginali di Michele Lucchese ma si basano sulla serie Vue d'optique, pubblicata nel 1551 ad Orléan dall'architetto e incisore Androuet du Cerceau. Rispetto al modello francese, il Lucchese apporta una serie di rilevanti modifiche, a cominciare dal formato che da circolare diventa rettangolare. Circa la datazione della serie del Lucchese, un sicuro terminus post quem è il 1551, anno della pubblicazione delle Vues d'Optique. M. Bury data, invece, la serie al 1563-64 Probabilmente le prime 20 tavole furono realizzate tra il 1554 e il 1557, poiché nella dedica al cardinale Sforza l'autore fa riferimento a "la superba fabrica ch'ella fa hora". Si tratterebbe del palazzo Sforza di Proceno, unico edificio che il cardinale abbia fatto costruire e i cui lavori furono avviati nel 1554, mentre nel 1557 una parte dell'edificio risultava abitabile. L … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-08-28 00:19:05
Belon, Pierre
Paris, for Gilles Corrozet (by Benoist Prevost), 1555. Folio. (28), 381 (but: 379, lacking blank pages 275-276), (1) pp. Ruled throughout in red. With woodcut publisher's device on general title-page, variant woodcut publisher's device on the 6 part-titles, and 161 woodcuts in the text, including a portrait of the author, 2 skeletons, and 158 large cuts of birds, all in contemporary hand colour. 18th century calf with richly gold-tooled spine and red edges. First and only early edition of one of the first books devoted solely to birds, with contemporary hand-coloured woodcuts by Pierre Gourdelle and others. It was intended as a compendium of ornithology and includes an important comparison of human and avian skeletons, which became the foundation of the science of comparative anatomy. The work is divided into seven parts: the first on the anatomy and physiology of birds; the second on birds of prey; the third on swimming birds; the fourth on coastal birds; the fifth on galliformes; the sixth on crows and similar species; and the seventh on songbirds. The second part also includes a chapter on falconry. - The work was published in two issues, with variant title-pages of the publishers Gilles Corrozet and Guillaume Cavellat. - Lacking blank pages 275-276 and the final blank leaf. Title page soiled and restored, with later owner's inscription; lower corners thumbed throughout; occasional stains and minor foxing. Still in good condition, with contemporary hand-coloured illustrations. Anker 9-10. Mortimer (French) 50. Nissen, IVB 86. Ronsil 189. Schwerdt I, 59. Zimmer 52. Brunet … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
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2017-08-28 00:18:26
BELON du MANS, Pierre.
Paris, Guillaume Cavellat, 1555. First edition. Cavellat issue. 7 parts in one volume, Folio (34 x 22 cm). xxviii, 382 pp., Hand-coloured woodcut printer's device on title and six sectional titles, woodcut portrait of Belon on title verso, two woodcuts of human and bird skeletons and 158 large woodcuts in text of birds by Pierre Gourdelle and others, numerous 11-line and smaller ornamental woodcut initials and head-pieces, light soiling to title, with 17th century ownership inscription to head, occasional trivial foxing and old staining, nineteenth century vellum, edges stained red, overall a fine clean copy with excellent contemporary hand-colour. A beautiful copy of the rare first edition. One of the first ornithological texts based on direct observation and illustrated from original drawings. "Belon described approximately 230 species (including the bat), most of them European, but including some foreign species observed from his sojourns in Asia Minor and Egypt" (Norman). Though much of this work is based on Aristotle and Pliny, Belon provided many novel observations as to the appearance, habits and distribution of birds. In addition, he made an important and original contribution to comparative anatomy by comparing in detail the skeletons of birds and man and showing them to be fundamentally identical in structure. "Belon was born in Le Mans, France, and studied medicine in Paris. In 1540 he went to Germany to study botany, becoming a leading figure in the sixteenth-century revival of natural history that followed the great voyages, the invention of printing, and the n … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Shapero Rare Books [GB]
2017-08-27 21:52:42
BOCCHI, Achille (1488-1562).
Bologna: Novae Academiae Bocchianae, 1555. 4to (180 x 112 mm). Pagination: 204 leaves; [16], I-CCCXLVII, [40]. Signatures: *(8); A-Z(4); AA-VV(4); A-E(4). Woodcut emblem of bull's skull “Victoria ex labore, honesta et utilis, ” engraved oval portrait of Bocchi, and series of 150 emblematic engravings by Giulio Bonasone. Woodcut initials. Text in Latin and Greek. Dedicated to Cardinal Alexander Farnese. 19th-century green morocco, gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt edges; (intermittent very faint spotting, edges shaved close in table, otherwise good). From the collection of Charles Butler of Warren Wood Hatfield (bookplate) and William S. Hecksher (bookplate and signature). First edition of this major emblem work the Symbolicarum quaestionum de Universo genere by the socially ambitious Italian humanist writer Achille Bocchi; reprinted 1574. Bocchi's moralistic and philosophical emblem book is celebrated for its structure, sophisticated content, and its well-articulated picturae conceived by Bolognese painter Giulio Bonasone (d. 1574). Each symbol in the book consists of a title, dedication, epigram, poem and engraving, some of which include Latin, Greek, and Hebrew inscriptions. The purpose of the emblem book can be gleaned from one of its inscriptions, “The significance of weighty things is shown by a picture. Whatever is hidden deeper becomes more apparent. ” Through likenesses, Bocchi produced a seemingly infinite chain of correspondences across the emblem book, whereby one symbol could be read as commentary of another. Bocchi's emblems are notable for their genre-like setting … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-08-19 17:24:40
D'AFFLITTO, MATTEO (e BALDO degli UBALDI da Perugia).
Venetiis, 1555. In 8vo, front. con marca tip. "Al segno della Fontana" (fontana zampillante a forma di anfora sorretta da puttini), cc. 118, (10 cc. n. n. di cui 2 c. b., 6 di indice bicolonne, 2 c. b.), scenetta xil. alla p. 4 che illustra un'assemblea di giureconsulti guidati da "Matth. De Afflict." (come risulta dal nome in bs. a sn.), capilett. incisi e ill., indice con il primo capilettera inciso e istoriato e gli altri grandi e in neretto, marca tip. in fine (fontana zampillante a forma di anfora con in cima una donna e intorno teste di puttini sostenute da satiri; sulla seguente c. b. si riflette, chiaramente inchiostrata, questa marca; sull'ultima c. b. si riflette invece, chiaramente inchiostrata, la marca iniziale con il testo del front.), leg. orig. in p. perg. floscia con tit. ms. lungo il dorso, unghie, tracce di laccetti (mancanti). Trattazione giuridica primamente impressa nel 1539 e ristampata fino al 1699 e oltre (la data della prima edizione è tarda, ma si riferisce forse alla prima comparsa dei due Autori insieme, poiché il "De Jure Prothomiseos" del D'Afflitto ci risulta essere uscito per la prima volta a Venezia presso Bernardinus de Vitalibus per Alovisius & Franciscus de Rubeis il 27 luglio 1499). Gli autori: Matteo (o Mazzeo) D'Afflitto ("il Giovane") (Napoli, 1448 ca. (secondo il Savigny) o 1443 (secondo il Novissimo Digesto Italiano) - Napoli, 1528 ca. (o 1523 secondo alcune fonti), discendente di una delle più antiche famiglie di Amalfi, giureconsulto feudista, fu chiamato a leggere diritto civile, canonico e feudale nell'Università di Napoli e fu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte Galleria Kú [IT]
2017-08-14 12:32:01
Campeggi Tommaso
1555. In-8 (15 cm) (12) c. 223 c. Al frontespizio Ancora con delfino e la scritta: Aldus. Numerosi capilettera figurati. Mezza pelle con piatti marmorizzati e tasselli in pelle colorata al dorso e caratteri in oro. Piatti con tracce d'usura e lieve asportazione a quello inferiore. Frontespizio con piccolo strappo restaurato. Ex-libris Franz Pollack-Parnau. Prima edizione. Campeggi, Tommaso, vescovo di Feltre, nato a Pavia nel 1481, prof. di diritto canonico a Bologna, morto a Roma nel 1564. Partecipò attivamente al Concilio di Trento, propugnando soprattutto modifiche interne alla Chiesa in campo etico. Infatti, oltre a quest'opera tesa a sostenere la assoluta autorità del Pontefice sul Concilio, Campeggi divenne celebre per un volume dal titolo "De coelibatu sacerdotum non abrogando ", nel quale dimostra come le fonti cristiane sostengano l'obbligo del celibato per gli ecclesiastici, regola al tempo non ancora comunemente acquisita dalla Chiesa. Renouard 164.
Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana [IT]
2017-08-14 12:30:08
Mattioli, Pietro Andrea
I Discorsi nei sei libri della materia medicinale di Pedacio Dioscoride Anazarbeo. Con i veri ritratti delle piante & de gli animali, nuovamente aggiunti dal medesimo. Mattioli, Pietro Andrea. In Vinegia, nella bottega d' Erasmo, appresso Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1555. In - folio, bellissima legatura recente in piena pelle, uso antico, dorso a 5 nervi con impressioni a secco e fregi in oro sui piani. (88), 741, (3) pp. con 506 illustrazioni incise in legno. Insegna tip. nel front. ed in fine. Celebrato erbario cinquecentesco che ebbe numerose edizioni successive oltre il seicento. Hirsch, IV, p. 119. Pritzel, 5987. Nissen, Botan Buchillustration, I, 1304. Arber, Herbals, pp. 92 - 97. The success of the work was phenomenal... The title does not do the book justice, for it contains an account of all the plants known to Mattioli... Anderson, Illustrated history of the herbals, pp. 163 - 72.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari [Italy]
2017-08-13 05:07:17
Groot, Hugo de
Folio, geheel perkamenten band uit de tijd, (44)+591+(76)+19+(6)+74 pag. Geillustreerd met titelprent door A. Blooteling en vele portretten en gravures. Mooi exemplaar. B2233.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR
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2017-08-11 16:08:54
Vaenius [Van Veen], Otto / Tempesta, A.
1555. Oblong, half leren band uit de tijd, (2)+27 pag. tekst en 36 gravures, elk met 6 of 8 regels onderschrift in het Nederlands en Latijn, gesigneerd A. Tempesta. De platen van Antonio Tempesta (1555-1630) tonen de gevechten tussen de Hollanders en de Romeinen, gebaseerd op de verhalen van Tacitus. Plaat 1 is gedateerd 1611. De achterzijden van de 36 prenten zijn blanco. Er bestaan ook edities waarbij de tekst van Van Veen op de achterzijden van de prenten is gedrukt. De prenten in ons exemplaar zijn goed van druk. Funck 404. B1829.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2017-08-08 10:13:35
Magini G. Antonio ( 1555 - 1617 ) Venedig
Artist: Magini G Antonio ( - 1617 ) Venedig; issued in: Venice; date: ca 1596, 1555. - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 13 x 16,5; - description : Map shows in trapezoid total eastern Europe with Romania, Dalmatia, Bulgaria, Makedonia and partly Turkey; - vita of the artist: Giovanni Antonio Magini was an italian Astronomer and Mathematician. In 1592 he issued "De Planis Triangulis" by describing the Quadrant. Magini also maufactured an atlas of Italy which has been issued by his son in 1620. The moon craterMagnius was named after Magini.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-07-12 16:20:52
Atanagi Dionigi
Lodovico Avanzo, 1555. capilettera ornati buon es.
Bookseller: Libreria Minerva
2017-07-08 20:19:32
Rocca, Vicente
First and only edition of the best 16th century work on the Turks. During the greater part of century of discoveries, Soliman the Magnificent's expansion through the Mediterranean and across central Europe threatened Europe and Spain to the point only a large-scale invasion could. Valencian-born Rocca narrates the campaigns, battles and privateering activities of the Bereberes on the coasts of Valencia and Andalucia. The Hystoria is divided into three parts, the first deals with the crusades done to Jerusalem, the second with victories of Charles V and Venice over the Turks at the African coasts, and the third deals extensively with the way of life and customs of the Turks -which allows us a glimpse of Spanish perception of what was one of the greatest nations of the 16th century. The work has been considered rare and important from the date of Salva. It is considerably rare, no copies are traced at auction in over 30 years. It is handsomely printed in two columns, with large engraved device to title page, gothic types. Salva, 3388. Palau, 271434.
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2017-07-03 13:21:55
Saracco G.B.
(Lettera Autografo) Saracco G.B. Poeta Diplomatico al servizio dei Duchi di Ferrara. 18 Marzo 1555. Parole e firma. Ben conservata.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2017-06-28 15:47:58
Michele Grechi LUCCHESI
1555 - "Bulino, 1550 circa, privo di dati editoriali, impresso su un foglio di carta vergata coeva, ampi margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Della serie "Prospettive et Antichità di Roma". Dedicata al cardinale Guido Ascanio Sforza, la serie è il risultato di una raccolta di disegni fatta dall'autore. Il numero di tavole che compone l'opera varia, a seconda dei diversi esemplari, da un minimo di venti ad un massimo di quarantasette. Le prime venti tavole che seguono il frontespizio, senza data, e la dedica rappresentano architetture immaginarie composte da archi, portici classicheggianti, spesso con pavimentazione quadrettata. In alcuni casi, le scene sono arricchite da piccoli personaggi. Queste vedute fantastiche non sono creazioni orginali di Michele Lucchese ma si basano sulla serie Vue d'optique, pubblicata nel 1551 ad Orléan dall'architetto e incisore Androuet du Cerceau. Rispetto al modello francese, il Lucchese apporta una serie di rilevanti modifiche, a cominciare dal formato che da circolare diventa rettangolare. Circa la datazione della serie del Lucchese, un sicuro terminus post quem è il 1551, anno della pubblicazione delle Vues d'Optique. M. Bury data, invece, la serie al 1563-64 Probabilmente le prime 20 tavole furono realizzate tra il 1554 e il 1557, poiché nella dedica al cardinale Sforza l'autore fa riferimento a "la superba fabrica ch'ella fa hora". Si tratterebbe del palazzo Sforza di Proceno, unico edificio che il cardinale abbia fatto costruire e i cui lavori furono avviati nel 1554, mentre nel 1557 una parte dell'edificio risultava abitabile. L … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-06-28 15:47:58
Michele Grechi LUCCHESI
1555. "Bulino, 1550 circa, privo di dati editoriali, impresso su un foglio di carta vergata coeva, ampi margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Della serie ""Prospettive et Antichità di Roma"". Dedicata al cardinale Guido Ascanio Sforza, la serie è il risultato di una raccolta di disegni fatta dall'autore. Il numero di tavole che compone l'opera varia, a seconda dei diversi esemplari, da un minimo di venti ad un massimo di quarantasette. Le prime venti tavole che seguono il frontespizio, senza data, e la dedica rappresentano architetture immaginarie composte da archi, portici classicheggianti, spesso con pavimentazione quadrettata. In alcuni casi, le scene sono arricchite da piccoli personaggi. Queste vedute fantastiche non sono creazioni orginali di Michele Lucchese ma si basano sulla serie Vue d'optique, pubblicata nel 1551 ad Orléan dall'architetto e incisore Androuet du Cerceau. Rispetto al modello francese, il Lucchese apporta una serie di rilevanti modifiche, a cominciare dal formato che da circolare diventa rettangolare. Circa la datazione della serie del Lucchese, un sicuro terminus post quem è il 1551, anno della pubblicazione delle Vues d'Optique. M. Bury data, invece, la serie al 1563-64 Probabilmente le prime 20 tavole furono realizzate tra il 1554 e il 1557, poiché nella dedica al cardinale Sforza l'autore fa riferimento a ""la superba fabrica...ch'ella fa hora"". Si tratterebbe del palazzo Sforza di Proceno, unico edificio che il cardinale abbia fatto costruire e i cui lavori furono avviati nel 1554, mentre nel 1557 una parte dell'edificio risultava abitabi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-06-23 17:32:27
Quintilianus Marcus Fabius
Lyons. Seb Gryphus.: Lyons. Seb Gryphus., 1555. Book measures 6 3/4 x 4 3/8 inches.Complete with all pages, 741,[91],269,[1] pages, lacking last leaf of second work. Last leaf has the printers devise, ( so lacking no text ).Bound in early full vellum, full coloured edges. Vellum dust or dirt marked. Binding in very good firm condition. Internally, gutter, showing in a few places, ( i. e. inner margin where pages edges join binding ), second work has some staining, moderate to slightly heavier for about 100 pages. Pages in good condition throughout.A very nice copy, in an early printed work.A14. Very Good Plus. 8vo.
Bookseller: George Jeffery Books
2017-06-23 16:47:54
Marcus Tullius Cicero
Venice: Apud Paulum Manutium, 1555. Vellum Binding. Good binding. The second volume of Cicero’s Philosophy, this volume “On the Nature of the Gods, etc.” Full contemporary limp vellum; with relatively significant worming to preliminary and final leaves (as well as the covers) though with little text affected; early moisture damage, tidelines and discoloration throughout. Collated against the printer's register, the book is complete. The printer's register and colophon are on the verso of k7, k8 is blank. The Aldine device is on the title page.
Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc.
2017-06-22 01:39:09
Martin Luther
Martin Luther, Der Erste Teil aller Schriften, 1555 Book Description: Christian Rödinger , Jena, 1555. Book Condition: Good. Der Erste Teil aller Bücher und Schrifften . Leather over timber boards, clasps missing, hinges weak, book complete with all plates, text complete. Volume one of the first edition of Martin Luthers writings, published in Jena.
Bookseller: Avoca Antiquarian Books
2017-06-21 14:52:27
BELON Pierre
Paris: Benoît Prévost se vend chez Gilles Corrozet, 1555. Fine. Benoît Prévost se vend chez Gilles Corrozet, Paris 1555, in-folio (21,5x32cm), (28) 381pp. Sig.: ã6 ~e4 ~i4 a-f6 g4 h-m6 n4 o-t6 v4 x-z6 A6 (A6 blanc) B-E6 F4 G-I6 K4 L3, relié. - The first edition, rare and attractive. Six separate title pages : Anatomie et De la physiologie des oiseaux [Of the Anatomy and Physiology of Birds], Oiseaux de proie [Birds of Prey], Oiseaux nageurs [Aquatic Birds], Oiseaux de rivages [Birds of the Shore], Gallinacés [Galliforms], Corbeaux (et espèces semblables) [Ravens and similar species], Petits oiseaux chanteurs [Small songbirds].  This edition is illustrated with a magnificent printer's device to title, a portrait of the author at the age of 36 to verso, two plates of human and bird skeletons and 158 large cuts within the text (of various formats). The cuts were executed after drawings by the Parisian painter Pierre Goudet (but really Gourdelle) and other, anonymous, artists. The portrait and seven figures of birds were attributed to Geoffroy Tory by Auguste Bernard (in Geoffroy Tory Peintre et graveur, premier imprimeur royal, Paris, 1865). Numerous historiated initials and attractive borders. An enormous table of all the birds. Later, 18th century, binding in half brown sheep over paper boards, the spine in six compartments with gilt dentelle to head and filets and tools in gilt, as well as a red morocco title label and gilt birds to foot of spine. Very skilful, discreet restorations to spine. Lacking the last blank (L4). One very skilful restoration to upper margin of title … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2017-06-18 00:00:00
[GUILLAS, Denis].
Polak 4478 & 10297; USTC 29853 (3 copies); cf. Graesse III, p. 288 (Regnault issue); for the authorship: Thieury, ed., Combat naval-1555 (1861); not in JCB. Rare issue of one of the first editions (priority uncertain) of an account of a ferocious sea battle in the Habsburg-Valois Wars (also known as the Italian Wars): 18 small French ships from Dieppe, mostly only 15-60 tonne though some are nevertheless described as galleons, defeated 23 larger Flemish ships. The battle, which took place in August 1555, was one of the fiercest of the day putting both sides in great danger. It was recently the subject of a Discovery channel television documentary. The book gives a remarkably detailed account, especially from the French side, with the names, captains and capacities of all the French ships. Our undated issue of the book, with a Paris imprint must be one mentioned by Polak: "J'ai vu un autre exemplaire avec le même titre, imprimé à Paris chez Estienne Denise, s.d." The small owner's label of J.-A.-H. Dupré, printed letterpress on blue paper, is 19th-century in style, as are the binding and endpapers, but René Aussour appears to have been active to 1931 so the binding and label cannot be earlier than late nineteenth-century. With an early manuscript date "1555" on the title-page. Trimmed close to the text but with no loss and in good condition, with minor water stains.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-18 00:00:00
GUILLAS, Denis].
1555. Polak 4478 & 10297; USTC 29853 (3 copies); cf. Graesse III, p. 288 (Regnault issue); for the authorship: Thieury, ed., Combat naval-1555 (1861); not in JCB. Rare issue of one of the first editions (priority uncertain) of an account of a ferocious sea battle in the Habsburg-Valois Wars (also known as the Italian Wars): 18 small French ships from Dieppe, mostly only 15-60 tonne though some are nevertheless described as galleons, defeated 23 larger Flemish ships. The battle, which took place in August 1555, was one of the fiercest of the day putting both sides in great danger. It was recently the subject of a Discovery channel television documentary. The book gives a remarkably detailed account, especially from the French side, with the names, captains and capacities of all the French ships. Our undated issue of the book, with a Paris imprint must be one mentioned by Polak: "J'ai vu un autre exemplaire avec le même titre, imprimé à Paris chez Estienne Denise, s.d." The small owner's label of J.-A.-H. Dupré, printed letterpress on blue paper, is 19th-century in style, as are the binding and endpapers, but René Aussour appears to have been active to 1931 so the binding and label cannot be earlier than late nineteenth-century. With an early manuscript date "1555" on the title-page. Trimmed close to the text but with no loss and in good condition, with minor water stains. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Houten, Netherlands]
2017-06-15 11:31:09
Coornhert, Dirck Volckertsz (1522-1590):
(Verlegt bei Cornelis Bos, 1555). Blattgröße: 202 x 252 mm (bis auf oder nahe an die Plattenkante beschnitten). Alt auf Leinen aufgezogen und montiert auf bläuliches Untersatzpapier. *Originaler Kupferstich aus der 1555 verlegten Folge \"Das Lob der tüchtigen Frau\". - Rechts oben minimal gebräunt, insgesamt sauber und ansonsten ordentlich erhalten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun
2017-06-07 10:05:38
POKORNY, Alois.
gr.-4. XXVIII, 524 S. Zahlr. Blattabdrucke nach Naturselbstdrucken auf 11(v. 79) Taf. sowie 1 Maßstabtafel, zahlr. Blattabdrucke im Text. Tit. fehlt. Vorhanden sind die Taf.: 1, 2, 3, 14, 27, 41, 42, 47, 56, 79, 80. Mehrere Lagen verbunden. Ln. d. Zt., Rücken erneuert. Einige Bll. m. Klebespuren. Nissen, BBI 1555 Pritzel 7241 - Einzige Ausgabe.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
2017-06-05 14:32:56
HAYMON OF AUXERRE (d.865); Haymo Halberstattensis* (formerly attributed to) [Haymon of Halberstadt] (ca.778-853); Johannes Trithemius (1462-1516).
Paris: Mauricii Menier, 1555..Paris:: Mauricii Menier, 1555., 1555. 16mo. 393 ff. Woodcut initial letters; some curling of leaves, some dust soiling & chipping to final leaf. Old full calf, raised bands, rebacked; extremities worn. Rubber stamp on final leaf: Collegium et Seminarium St. Hyacinth - Granby, Mass. - Fund anno 1927; earlier signature on title of "Cornelio Januce[scucci]". These Homilies on the Gospels have apparently some question as to their authorship. They were printed by Maurice Mernier in Paris. The title page of this work points to Haimo of Halberstadt, but Eduard Riggenbach has given proof that the similarly-sounding Haymon of Auxerre is the true author. From a misunderstanding, in particular, of Jean Trithème, this work was long confused with another homonymous religious figure of the Carolingian era, Haymon of Auxerre, who died ca. 865. An abundant amount of work was attributed to him, including commentaries on biblical texts. That equivocation was lifted in particular by the Swiss theologian Eduard Riggenbach (1861-), a professor at the University of Basle, with his book, Die älteste lateinischen Kommentare zum Häbräerbrief, Leipzig: A. Deichert, 1907. Presently the prevailing position is that, "Haymon d'Halberstadt semble n'avoir exercé aucune activité." - André Rayez. See also: Ian Levy, The Letter to the Galatians, Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans, 2011: "For many years Haimo of Auxerre's biblical commentaries had circulated under the name of Haimo of Halberstadt and were so classified in Migne's Patrologia Latina (116-18). However, in 1907 Ed … [Click Below for Full Description]
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