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2016-08-21 17:18:42
VALVERDE DE HAMUSCO Giovan
1558. in - folio (315x205 mm.), ff.(18), 154. Legatura antica piena pergamena, dorso rifatto, con titolo e fregi oro. Frontispizio inciso entro bella bordura a motivo architettonico con figure anatomiche, grandi iniziali istoriate. Classica opera, illustrata da 42 belle figure anatomiche a piena pagina nel testo, disegnate da Gaspar Becerra e incise in rame da Nicolas Beatrizet, le medesime già apparse nell'edizione spagnuola del 1556. Il testo è diviso in sette libri o sezioni (ossa, muscoli, vene, nervi, etc.) ed è ricco di indici e richiami. Prima edizione italiana, rara prima tiratura con data 1558, tradotta da Anton Tabo con la supervisione di Valverde, assai stimata e importante in campo scientifico - medico, illustrata con belle tavole ispirate da quelle del Vesalio e migliorate rispetto a quelle. Valverde, la cui opera apparve in spagnolo nel 1556, è considerato uno dei più importanti anatomisti del XVI secolo. Esemplare assai bello, con ampi margini.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-08-20 14:38:11
CASA Giovanni della
1558. in - 4, ff 6 nn. (il sesto è bianco ad accezione del titolo delle Rime al verso), pp.170, 2 nn. (con il solo colophon e il lungo privilegio al recto), bel car. tondo, iniziali istoriate. Legatura secentesca in pergamena rigida, titolo in oro al dorso. Edizione originale, di notevole rarità ed importanza: nelle presenti Rime e Prose del Della Casa figura in prima edizione il famoso Galateo. Inizia a pag.82 con il titolo: ''Trattato di Messer Giovanni della Casa, nel quale sotto la persona d'un vecchio idiota ammaestrante un suo giovanetto, si ragiona de modi, che si debbono o tenere, o schifare nella comune conversatione, cognominato Galatheo overo de Costumi''. Scritto con eleganza di lingua, non è solo un trattato di buone creanze ma un compendio di insegnamenti morali e pratici dettati da una lunga esperienza e da una raffinata cultura e rimane un prodotto significativo dell'Umanesimo. Ebbe questo nome perché fu suggerito all'autore da Galeazzo (Galateo) Florimonte vescovo di Sessa. Impressa con gli stessi caratteri e capilettera utilizzati da Paolo Manuzio per l'Accademia Veneziana; è citato da Renouard, Aldo (''bien exécuté et peu commun''). Fu ristampato a sé nel 1559. Esemplare assai bello e ampio di margini, ex - libris Giacomo Manzoni.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-08-19 15:19:31
Heinrich Petri, 1558 marzo. In folio (cm 31,5), legatura coeva in pelle di scrofa su assi di legno con ricche impressioni a secco, dorso a sei nervi scoperti (fermagli solo in parte conservati, piccole mancanze e spellature), pp. (24), 14 carte geografiche su doppia pagina, 1237 [i.e. 1259], (1). Con circa 930 figure in legno nel testo (in parte ripetute), tra cui un mappamondo sul frontespizio, il ritratto dell'autore al verso del titolo, 38 vedute e piante su doppia pagina e 3 vedute su quattro pagine più volte ripiegate. Marca tipografica al verso dell'ultima carta. Piccoli timbri sul margine inferiore del frontespizio, buco di ca. 2 cm a p. 172 con perdita di parte incisa, leggero alone nel margine superiore al centro del volume, per il resto bellissima copia genuina e marginosa in legatura strettamente coeva.RARA PRIMA EDIZIONE IN ITALIANO della più importante e celebre cosmografia del Rinascimento, un'opera che dalla sua prima apparizione nel 1544 fino all'ultima edizione del 1628, ebbe una straordinaria influenza in tutta Europa, venendo ristampata per ben 35 volte e tradotta in cinque lingue diverse.EDIZIONI. La prima edizione della Cosmographia uscà&not, nel 1544 dai torchi di Heinrich Petri con testo tedesco. Nuove edizioni aumentate apparvero nel 1545, 1546 e 1548, tutte sempre in lingua tedesca. Risale invece al 1550 la versione definitiva dell'opera prodotta da Münster prima di morire. Questa edizione, uscita contemporaneamente in latino e tedesco e considerevolmente aumentata nel testo e nell'apparato iconografico, costituà&not, la base di tutte le successive … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto
2016-08-19 08:33:43
Ruscelli Girolamo
Giovanni Battista & Melchiorre Sessa, 1558. 8vo. (24), 608 [i.e. 624], (56) pp. With the printer's device on the title - page. Contemporary limp vellum with manuscript title on the spine, lacking ties, new endpapers, a fine copy with the book plate of Franz Pollak Parnau.FIRST EDITION (issue B with the title - page and the first two gatherings reset). This important verse anthology is usually considered volume eight in the fifteen volumes series published by various Venetian printers between 1545 and 1560. It was reprinted in 1569, 1579 and 1586 (cf. L. G. Clubb W. G. Clubb, Building a Lyric Canon: Gabriel Giolito and the Rival Anthologists, 1545 - 1590, in: &ldquo,Italica&rdquo, 68/3, 1991, p. 338).Ruscelli's Fiori was different in kind from the earlier Giolito anthologies: it was a selective and retrospective anthology, consisting mostly of poems published in previous anthologies that were held out to be the cream of the crop. It also marked something of a change in poetic taste, for the Fiori abounds in contemporary Neapolitan poets, such as Rota, Tansillo, Caraffa, and Di Costanzo, these poets revived the earlier flamboyant style (condemned by Bembo) made popular by Tebaldeo, Chariteo, Serafino, and, of course, Sannazaro, the latter of whom is mentioned, it will be remembered, by Ruscelli (and Cinzio) as an appropriate lyric model. In an act of mutual self - promotion, Ruscelli refers explicitly in his treatise to his anthology as a work full of potential models, just as he had done in that volume's preface. Ruscelli's theoretical and editorial work are thus complementa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto
2016-07-07 00:41:47
de Longueil, Christophe ( Christopherus Longolius):
Basilieae: Episcopius 1558. 8°. Titelblatt und Schlussblatt je mit Holzstichdruckermarke. 16 Bl., 350 S., 1 Bl. Pergamentband d.Z. auf 3 Bünden. Erste Auflage dieser Baseler Ausgabe VD 16 L 2397. Briefsammlung u.a. mit Beiträgen von Reginald Pole, Konrad Wolfhart, Pietro Bembo und Germain de Brie . Der in Mechelen geborene belgische Humanist de Longueil ( 1488-1522) war Jurist und Autor , die hier vorliegende Briefsammlung erschien erstmals 1524 in Florenz. Sein Schreibstil orientierte sich stark an den Briefen Ciceros. Leichte Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, einige Marginalien im Text und auf dem Nachsatzblatt von alter Hand , der Einband leicht fleckig, berieben und vor allem am Rücken nachgedunkelt. ExLibris auf Innendeckel. Intereressanter Renaissanceeinband mit Rollen- und Plattenstempeln mit figürlicher Darstellung von Heiligen, die beiden zentralen Platten zeigen auf dem Vorderdeckel die Justitia mit Waage und Schwert , auf dem hinteren Deckel findet sich die Selbstmordszene der Lukretia , die sich gerade einen Dolch in die Brust stösst. Im Begleittext zu diesem Bild mit Einbanddatierung 1561. Versand D: 6,00 EUR
Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Primavera
2016-06-29 12:37:58
DU BREUIL (Guillaume)] ; DU MOULIN (Charles) [éd.]
Paris, Galliot Du Pré, 1558. - In-4, reliure ancienne demi-basane blonde, dos lisse, pièces de titre et de date basane saumon et vert pâle, initiales "S.M." frappées en queue, roulettes dorées, gardes renouvelées, [10] ff., 435 pp., bandeaux et initiales gravés sur bois, grande marque de Galliot Du Pré gravée sur bois au v° du dernier f. Légère épid. au dos, qq. frottements aux plats, coupes et coins, petit trav. de vers en queue d'un mors, et un autre touchant qq. lettres de la glose des 15 premiers f., mouillure angulaire pâle en marge, du cahier L. à la fin, bonne condition. Composé vers 1330 et paru pour la première fois au tout début du XVIe siècle, ce précieux "Style du Parlement de Paris" témoignant de la vie judiciaire médiévale, est l'oeuvre de Guillaume Du Breuil, avocat de Robert d'Artois. Cette nouvelle édition fut établie par le juriste Charles Du Moulin, qui a totalement revu, et surtout recomposé l'ouvrage. Elle est publiée par Galliot Du Pré, l'un des rares libraires installés au Palais, dans le quartier où siégeait le Parlement de Paris (contrairement à la plupart de ses confrères exerçant dans le quartier de l'Université), et qui s'était fait une grande réputation en matière de publications à caractère juridique. Provenance : Henri d’Arbois de Jubainville (1827-1910), archiviste-paléographe, directeur des Archives de l’Aube, spécialiste de littérature et d’histoire celtiques (étiquette ex-libris). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Trait d'Union sarl.
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2016-06-07 10:27:54
(Bible, Latin, New Testament)
Lugduni: Apud Haered. Seb. Gryphi, 1558. 478 p.; 333, [1], [16] pp. 108 woodcut vignettes by repetition of 78 blocks, by Jacques Le Fevre. Printer's griffin device on title-page. 2 vols. 16mo. 19th-century polished calf; joints starting, spine of first volume chafed; vol. I title soiled, worn and remargined at gutter, some toning and soiling to text throughout. 478 p.; 333, [1], [16] pp. 108 woodcut vignettes by repetition of 78 blocks, by Jacques Le Fevre. Printer's griffin device on title-page. 2 vols. 16mo. Published by Sebastian Gryphius, a German bookseller and printer who settled in Lyon in the 1520s. Described by Febvre and Martin as the "Prince of the Lyon book trade" in the 1540s, he supported local humanist culture and used the italic type developed by Aldus Manutius to print compact, beautiful books. A famous illustrated New Testament, important "chiefly because of its influence on Bernard Salomon's New Testament cuts". Baudrier VIII, 290; Mortimer, French 16th Century Books, 90 (edition of 1560); OCLC: 551931968 (locates one copy)
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2016-06-06 19:53:25
Paradin, Guillaume [d. 1590]. Borluyt, Gulielmus. [Guillaume Borluyt.]
Lugduni, Apud Ioan. Tornaesium, M. D. LVIII. [Lyon]. [Tornaesius] 1558 1558. Octavo, 145x100mm. In early vellum binding, dusted, with title manuscript on spine. From the library of Thomas Rawlinson (1681-1725) the 'Leviathan of book-collectors during nearly the first thirty years of the eighteenth century' (Dibdin, 458).Due to some disatrous investmenets parts of his library were sold in six sales took place between 4 December 1721 and his death.According to De Ricci it was 'the largest library as yet sold in England' comprising of some 200.000 volumes. His books are easily recognised by the mark 'c. & p.'. All edges speckled brown. Front paste-down now free, with Rawlinson's mark on the verso; vertical tear near foredge, without loss, now repaired with archival tape. Both titles in this volume within elaborate scrolled border, close trimmed at head. 'Historiarum Memorabilium ex Genesi descriptio, per G. Paradin': [96] pages, signatures a-f8; title-page dusted and minimally browned; with 94 woodcuts by Le Petit Bernard [Salomon Bernard, 1520-1570]; British Library Shelfmark 676.b.31.(1.). BOUND WITH: 'Historiarum Memorabilium ex Exodo, sequentibusq; libris descriptio, per Gulielmum Borluyt', Apud Ioan Tornaesium, 1558, [144] pages, signatures A-I8; A1-3 ('Candido Lectori') and C2-C3 close-trimmed at foredge, just touching text and woodcuts respectively; foredge of leaves H5-I8 quite close-trimmed and minimally chipped; small tear at foredge of I2 touching woodcut illustration; final leaf dusted and browned with small piece missing from lower foredge corner, wel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Collectable Books
2016-05-16 07:25:21
CASA, Giovanni della.
Impresse in Vinegia per Nicolo Bevilacqua, nel mese d'Ottobre. M.D.LVIII. (Venezia 1558). in-4, ff 6 nn. (il sesto è bianco ad accezione del titolo delle Rime al verso), pp.170, 2 nn. (con il solo colophon e il lungo privilegio al recto), bel car. tondo, iniziali istoriate. Legatura secentesca in pergamena rigida, titolo in oro al dorso (la cerniera anteriore della sola pergamena è restaurata,  la cerniera del cartone è invece perfetta).  Edizione originale, di notevole rarità ed importanza: nelle presenti Rime e Prose del Della Casa figura in prima edizione il famoso Galateo. Inizia a pag.82 con il titolo: ''Trattato di Messer Giovanni della Casa, nel quale sotto la persona d'un vecchio idiota ammaestrante un suo giovanetto, si ragiona de modi, che si debbono o tenere, o schifare nella comune conversatione, cognominato Galatheo overo de Costumi''. Scritto con eleganza di lingua, non è solo un trattato di buone creanze ma un compendio di insegnamenti morali e pratici dettati da una lunga esperienza e da una raffinata cultura e rimane un prodotto significativo dell'Umanesimo. Ebbe questo nome perché fu suggerito all'autore da Galeazzo (Galateo) Florimonte vescovo di Sessa. Impressa con gli stessi caratteri e capilettera utilizzati da Paolo Manuzio per l'Accademia Veneziana; è citato da Renouard, Aldo (''bien exécuté et peu commun''). Fu ristampato a sé nel 1559. Esemplare assai bello e ampio di margini, ex-libris Giacomo Manzoni. Gamba, Testi di Lungua, n.278: ''Prima, bella ed originale edizione''. Adams C-806. UCLA Aldine coll., 454. Govi, Classici, 98. [Attributes: Hard C … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-05-16 07:25:21
CASA, Giovanni della.
Impresse in Vinegia per Nicolo Bevilacqua, nel mese d'Ottobre. M.D.LVIII. (Venezia 1558). in-4, ff 6 nn. (il sesto è bianco ad accezione del titolo delle Rime al verso), pp.170, 2 nn. (con il solo colophon e il lungo privilegio al recto), bel car. tondo, iniziali istoriate. Legatura secentesca in pergamena rigida, titolo in oro al dorso (la cerniera anteriore della sola pergamena è restaurata,  la cerniera del cartone è invece perfetta).  Edizione originale, di notevole rarità ed importanza: nelle presenti Rime e Prose del Della Casa figura in prima edizione il famoso Galateo. Inizia a pag.82 con il titolo: ''Trattato di Messer Giovanni della Casa, nel quale sotto la persona d'un vecchio idiota ammaestrante un suo giovanetto, si ragiona de modi, che si debbono o tenere, o schifare nella comune conversatione, cognominato Galatheo overo de Costumi''. Scritto con eleganza di lingua, non è solo un trattato di buone creanze ma un compendio di insegnamenti morali e pratici dettati da una lunga esperienza e da una raffinata cultura e rimane un prodotto significativo dell'Umanesimo. Ebbe questo nome perché fu suggerito all'autore da Galeazzo (Galateo) Florimonte vescovo di Sessa. Impressa con gli stessi caratteri e capilettera utilizzati da Paolo Manuzio per l'Accademia Veneziana; è citato da Renouard, Aldo (''bien exécuté et peu commun''). Fu ristampato a sé nel 1559. Esemplare assai bello e ampio di margini, ex-libris Giacomo Manzoni. Gamba, Testi di Lungua, n.278: ''Prima, bella ed originale edizione''. Adams C-806. UCLA Aldine coll., 454. Govi, Classici, 98. [Attributes: Hard C … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-05-16 07:25:21
CASA, Giovanni della.
Impresse in Vinegia per Nicolo Bevilacqua, nel mese d'Ottobre. M.D.LVIII. (Venezia 1558). in-4, ff 6 nn. (il sesto è bianco ad accezione del titolo delle Rime al verso), pp.170, 2 nn. (con il solo colophon e il lungo privilegio al recto), bel car. tondo, iniziali istoriate. Legatura secentesca in pergamena rigida, titolo in oro al dorso (la cerniera anteriore della sola pergamena è restaurata,  la cerniera del cartone è invece perfetta).  Edizione originale, di notevole rarità ed importanza: nelle presenti Rime e Prose del Della Casa figura in prima edizione il famoso Galateo. Inizia a pag.82 con il titolo: ''Trattato di Messer Giovanni della Casa, nel quale sotto la persona d'un vecchio idiota ammaestrante un suo giovanetto, si ragiona de modi, che si debbono o tenere, o schifare nella comune conversatione, cognominato Galatheo overo de Costumi''. Scritto con eleganza di lingua, non è solo un trattato di buone creanze ma un compendio di insegnamenti morali e pratici dettati da una lunga esperienza e da una raffinata cultura e rimane un prodotto significativo dell'Umanesimo. Ebbe questo nome perché fu suggerito all'autore da Galeazzo (Galateo) Florimonte vescovo di Sessa. Impressa con gli stessi caratteri e capilettera utilizzati da Paolo Manuzio per l'Accademia Veneziana; è citato da Renouard, Aldo (''bien exécuté et peu commun''). Fu ristampato a sé nel 1559. Esemplare assai bello e ampio di margini, ex-libris Giacomo Manzoni. Gamba, Testi di Lungua, n.278: ''Prima, bella ed originale edizione''. Adams C-806. UCLA Aldine coll., 454. Govi, Classici, 98. [Attributes: Hard C … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-05-16 07:25:21
CASA, Giovanni della.
Impresse in Vinegia per Nicolo Bevilacqua, nel mese d'Ottobre. M.D.LVIII. (Venezia 1558). in-4, ff 6 nn. (il sesto è bianco ad accezione del titolo delle Rime al verso), pp.170, 2 nn. (con il solo colophon e il lungo privilegio al recto), bel car. tondo, iniziali istoriate. Legatura secentesca in pergamena rigida, titolo in oro al dorso (la cerniera anteriore della sola pergamena è restaurata,  la cerniera del cartone è invece perfetta).  Edizione originale, di notevole rarità ed importanza: nelle presenti Rime e Prose del Della Casa figura in prima edizione il famoso Galateo. Inizia a pag.82 con il titolo: ''Trattato di Messer Giovanni della Casa, nel quale sotto la persona d'un vecchio idiota ammaestrante un suo giovanetto, si ragiona de modi, che si debbono o tenere, o schifare nella comune conversatione, cognominato Galatheo overo de Costumi''. Scritto con eleganza di lingua, non è solo un trattato di buone creanze ma un compendio di insegnamenti morali e pratici dettati da una lunga esperienza e da una raffinata cultura e rimane un prodotto significativo dell'Umanesimo. Ebbe questo nome perché fu suggerito all'autore da Galeazzo (Galateo) Florimonte vescovo di Sessa. Impressa con gli stessi caratteri e capilettera utilizzati da Paolo Manuzio per l'Accademia Veneziana; è citato da Renouard, Aldo (''bien exécuté et peu commun''). Fu ristampato a sé nel 1559. Esemplare assai bello e ampio di margini, ex-libris Giacomo Manzoni. Gamba, Testi di Lungua, n.278: ''Prima, bella ed originale edizione''. Adams C-806. UCLA Aldine coll., 454. Govi, Classici, 98. [Attributes: Hard C … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-05-08 21:26:31
Guillaume Rondelet, docteur régent en médecine de l'Université de Montpellier
Notre blog : https://librairie-trois-plumes.blogspot.fr/ Notre mail : benoit@troisplumes.fr Guillaume Rondelet, docteur régent en médecine de l'Université de Montpellier, La Première [La Seconde-] partie de l'Histoire entière des Poissons. Lion [Lyon], Macé Bonhome, 1558. 2 tomes petit in-folio en 1 volume, [12]-418-[14]-[4]-181-[1bl.]-[10]p. Portrait de l'auteur à la 4e page non chiffrée du tome 2 (face à la page 1). Edition originale en français de plus important travail sur les poissons du 16e siècle. Dans son livre, Rondelet présente des généralités sur les poissons (morphologie, anatomie, physiologie, mouvement, reproduction, etc.), les caractères qui permettent de les identifier, leurs vertus thérapeutiques et leur emploi dans la gastronomie. Sa tentative de classification des poissons, soit à partir de la forme des animaux, soit en tenant compte de leur milieu de vie, est très novatrice pour l'époque. L'illustration comprend un portrait de l'auteur dans un cadre à enroulement, attribué à Pierre Vase, répété en tête de la seconde partie, et plus de 450 remarquables figures gravées sur bois par l'artiste lyonnais Georges Reverdy représentant de très nombreux poissons de mer et d'eau douce, des crustacés, mollusques, batraciens, zoophytes et même des monstres marins. Brunet dit cette édition recherchée pour la belle exécution des bois. On pourra remarquer les représentations de monstres comme le « Monstre marin en habit de Moine » ou le « Monstre marin en habit d'évêque » (p.361-362). L'ouvrage était paru en latin d'abord, en 1554-1555, Libri de piscibus marinis. L'aute … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Trois Plumes [France, Angers]
2016-05-08 15:00:48
VALVERDE DE, HAMUSCO Giovan.
Roma, per Ant. Salamanca et Antonio Lafreri, M.D.L.VIIIl (1558. In fine:) In Vinegia, apresso Nicolò Builacqua Trentino, s.d. (dedica al Re Filippo datata 1559). in-folio (315x205 mm.), ff.(18), 154. Legatura antica piena pergamena, dorso rifatto, con titolo e fregi oro. Frontispizio inciso entro bella bordura a motivo architettonico con figure anatomiche, grandi iniziali istoriate. Classica opera, illustrata da 42 belle figure anatomiche a piena pagina nel testo, disegnate da Gaspar Becerra e incise in rame da Nicolas Beatrizet, le medesime già apparse nell'edizione spagnuola del 1556. Il testo è diviso in sette libri o sezioni (ossa, muscoli, vene, nervi, etc.) ed è ricco di indici e richiami. Prima edizione italiana, rara prima tiratura con data 1558, tradotta da Anton Tabo con la supervisione di Valverde, assai stimata e importante in campo scientifico-medico, illustrata con belle tavole ispirate da quelle del Vesalio e migliorate rispetto a quelle. Valverde, la cui opera apparve in spagnolo nel 1556, è considerato uno dei più importanti anatomisti del XVI secolo. Esemplare assai bello, con ampi margini. Cushing VI-D-35. Mortimer n.513:( Tiratura del 1560). Wellcome 6476 (id.). Choulant-Frank 205-208. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-04-10 17:26:12
POLYBE;
par Jean de Tournes, A Lyon, 1558. In-folio de (16)-335-(17) pp., v?lin souple ? petits rabats (reliure de l'?poque). Belle impression en lettres romaines et beau papier. Titre orn? d'un encadrement grav? sur bois avec portrait de Polybe, orn? de figures all?goriques ; 1 planche hors texte grav?e, lettrines, bandeaux, culs-de-lampe grav?s sur bois, ainsi qu'une marque typographique ? la fin du volume (avec la devise : Son art en Dieu). ?Le titre est suivi d'une Ep?tre du traducteur, Louis Maigret (i.e. Meigret), adress?e ? la Noblesse de France, du plan d'un camp romain sur une page d?pliante, et d'une Ode par Marc-Antoine de Muret au signeur Lou?s Maigret Lionnois. Maigret avait d?j? donn? une ?dition des cinq premiers livres d?s 1542 (Paris, Denys Janot) puis, avec des fragments en 1552 (Paris, Groulleau), mais celle de de Tournes est plus ample, comme l'on voit, puisqu'elle contient de nouveaux fragments pour les livres IX ? XV et XVII. D?s 1545, Maigret avait publi? ? Paris, chez Marnef Deux restes du sixiesme livre de Polybe, avec un extrait touchant l'assiette du camp Romain. De la biblioth?que Grand d'Hauteville avec deux ex-libris dont un armori? Tr?sorier du roi de France ? Amsterdam et banquier de la Cour de Su?de - lui-m?me issu d'une famille de banquiers influents en Europe, Daniel Grand de la Chaise (1761-1828) ?pousa Anne-Philippine-Victoire de St-L?gier et prit le nom de Grand d?Hauteville h?rit? du ch?teau vaudois de Saint-L?gier-La Chi?saz en Suisse. Parmi les am?liorations apport?es au domaine, Daniel Grand d'Hauteville enrichit consid?rablement la bibliot … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2016-04-08 09:38:09
Hendrik GOLTZIUS (1558-1617). Haarlem, 1589. Kupferstich, Blattmaße ca. 14,5 x 10,5 cm; Papier an den Rändern leicht gebräunt, knapp beschnitten, sonst sehr gut erhalten.
- Kunstvoller Stich des bedeutenden niederländischen Kupferstechers Hendrik Goltzius (1558-1617) mit dem Apostel Jakobus in einer Landschaft sitzend. Es handelt sich um das dritte Blatt einer Folge von insgesamt 14 Blättern mit den 12 Aposteln, Christus und dem Heiligen Paulus. Jedes Blatt ist nummeriert und mit einem Teil des Apostolischen Glaubensbekenntnisses in Latein versehen. Das vorliegende Blatt nennt den dritten Vers des Glaubensbekenntnisses „QVI CONCEPTVS EST DE SPIRITV SANCTO, NATVS EX MARIA VERGINE" (Der durch die Kraft des Heiligen Geistes empfangen und von der Jungfrau Maria geboren wurde.). Die Darstellung des Heiligen Jakobus mit seinen typischen Attributen, wie einem Pilgerhut, Jakobsmuscheln, einem Pilgerstab und einem Beutelbuch für die Reise, besticht durch eine virtuose Stichmanier und die elegante Haltung der Figur. Hendrik Goltzius (1558-1617) ist einer der bedeutendsten niederländischen Kupferstecher am Ende des 16. Jahrhunderts, d.h. am Übergang zwischen Manierismus und Frühbarock. Sein Werk zeichnet sich durch eine virtuose Stichmanier mit an- und abschwellenden Taillen aus, deren Schwung sich den jeweiligen Konturen der Objekte und Figuren so anpasst, dass eine besonders plastisch-dynamische Wirkung der Motive entsteht. Sein Schaffen gliedert sich in drei Phasen: die durch manieristische Formensprache geprägten 1580er Jahre, die – nach einer Italienreise – durch klassisch-naturalistische Formen bestimmten 1590er Jahre sowie eine letzte Phase ab 1600, in der sich Goltzius vorrangig dem Medium der Malerei widmete. Das vorliegende Bla … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-03-22 12:36:13
Cyprian, Thascius Caecilius, Bishop of Carthage, Saint.
Basel: Per Ioannem Hervagium, et Bernardum Brand, 1558. Folio (29.4 cm, 11.6"). [8] ff., 368, [8] pp. St. Cyprian was Bishop of Carthage between 249 and 258, when he was martyred upon return from exile in Curubis for his part in the baptismal controversy (255–57). His writings "give => a vivid picture of Christian life in Carthage, especially during the persecutions, and throw light on the organization of the Church not only in Africa from Mauretania to Tripolitania, but also in Spain, Gaul, and Rome itself. At the same time they reveal the character and activities of Cyprian, a bishop often in peril of his life but totally dedicated to his flock, and while a leader of men, beloved and respected by Christian and pagan alike, yet the object of slander and opposition from a handful of his clergy" (NCE). The text is in Latin, printed in roman and italic, enlivened by handsome woodcut initials of various design and size; the printer's large device of a three-headed Hermes holding a caduceus appears on both the title-page and final verso. Printer Hervagius (Johann Herwagen, 1497– ca. 1558) moved to Basel from Strasbourg in 1528 to marry the widow of Johann Froben and take part in Froben's famous printing firm there; in 1531, he established his own press at the Nadelberg, Froben's house and the former residence of Erasmus. Some of the first products of Herwagen's press were works by Erasmus, who also edited the present text for the first edition by Froben in 1520. Provenance: Contemporary ink monogram JCP expanded to "Joh: Chr: Pychey"(?) on title-page. VD16 C6516; … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-03-19 20:59:50
DU BELLAY Joachim
- En la boutique de Federic Morel, s.l. 1558, in-4 (16,5x23cm), (12p.), relié. - Édition originale, une seconde édition est parue, chez le même éditeur, l'année suivante. Marque de l'imprimeur, à l'arbre, sur la page de titre. Exemplaire à toutes marges, entièrement réglé de rouge. Privilège à la date du 17 janvier 1557. Reliure de réemploi en plein vélin crème probablement du XVIIème siècle. Dans son Hymne au Roy, du Bellay fait l'éloge du duc de Guise qui reprit Calais aux Anglais, le 8 janvier 1558, après une semaine de siège et la mort de deux cents Anglais. Rappelons que Calais était en mains anglaises depuis 1347. D'autres poètes décriront les succès de cette entreprise dans des odes, comme Jean Dorat (1505-1588) ou encore Michel de l'Hospital (ca. 1506-1573). À la suite de l'hymne, on trouve un poème patriotique : « évocation des dieux tutélaires de Guynes ». Cette dernière était une petite place forte qui défendait Calais et qui tomba avec cette ville. La plaquette se termine par « Exécration sur l'Angleterre, et un Sonnet à la Royne d'Escosse ». Bel exemplaire de cette publication dans laquelle, à l'instar d'autres poètes de la Pléiade, Joachim Du Bellay s'élève au rang de poète de cour militant. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] edition originale (12p.) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2016-03-19 12:53:42
BOUSSUET, Francois (1520-1572)
Lyon: M. Bonhomme, 1558. 2 parts in 1, small 4to. (7 3/4 x 5 3/8 inches). Bonhome's woodcut Perseus device on both titles, woodcut portrait of the author, 466 large woodcut illustrations of fish and marine life. One folding leaf with illustration in the second part. Late 19th century brown morocco by De Samblanx and Weckesser, covers panelled with gilt rules, gilt fleuron cornerpieces, spine with five raised bands, lettered in the second compartment, the others with gilt fleurons, gilt edges, marbled endpapers First and only edition of Bossuet's pictorial history in verse of fishes and aquatic animals. Based on Guillaume Rondelet's authoritative work on fishes and marine life, each illustration is captioned by epigrammatic verses in Latin by Boussuet, a medical doctor, with much information about the taste and nature of fish meat and shells. The first part deals with fish only, the second part largely deals with shells. Although Baudrier attributes the woodblocks to Georges Reverdy, Mortimer states that the series of fishes, shells and various sea creatures had been cut for Rondelet's Libri de piscibus marinis , printed by Bonhomme in Lyon in 1554-55 and in French in the same year as this publication. Among the extraordinary illustrations is a depiction of a "monk" sea monster, a drawing of which was supposedly given to Rondelet by Margurite d'Angoulme, Queen of Navarre. Brunet I, 1184; Baudrier X, p. 257; Durling 660; Nissen ZBI 511; Mortimer/Harvard French Sixteenth Century Books I, 118; Petit 253.
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-02-21 02:18:27
Calepino, Ambrogio:
Basel, ex officina Hieronymi Curionis, impensis Henrichi Petri, 1558. 23 x 14,5 cm. 824 nichtnumerierte Blatt. Geprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit 2 Schließen, Einband mit punzierten Zeichen auf den Deckeln, datiert 1560. *VD16 C 252.- Ambrogio Calepino (1440-1509), war ein italienischer Lexikograph der Renaissance. Sein im Geist des Humanismus verfasstes Latein-Wörterbuch erschien erstmals 1502. Mit dem Dictionarium schuf Calepino das erste lateinische Wörterbuch im annähernd modernen Sinne. Es fand schnell große Verbreitung in vielen Auflagen. - Vorliegend eine noch recht frühe Ausgabe aus der Mitte des 16. Jahrhunderts. - Einband mit leichten Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, aber insgesamt recht gut erhalten. Titelblatt aufgezogen und mit 2 etwa münzgroßen Ausrissen. Text ansonsten durchgehend sauber und gut erhalten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
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2016-02-17 15:13:25
Dordracenoelmo Lindano / Polanco, Juan:1.DE OPTI. MO SCRIPTVRAS interpretandi genere LIBRI III.Avtore Reveren.D. Vuilh.
Besitzerstempel der Augustiner Bibliothek in Prag. 1558 / 1560, Prag. 15x10x4 cm, 152 / 145 S. 1 Vignette. Geprägter OPergament der Zeit, dieser etwas gebräunt,3 Bünden, 2 Schließen, wie kleine Krallen, daduch innen fast keine Flecken. Insgesamt sehr guter Zustand für das Alter. . Sprache: de
Bookseller: Buecherstube Eilert [Ludwigsburg, LB, Germany]
2016-02-15 21:57:35
JACQUINOT (Dominique)
1558 - in-8 de (8), 101 [pour 99] et Paris, Guillaume Cavellat, 1558, , in-8 de (8), 101 [pour 99] et (1) feuillets, vélin souple de l'époque aux coutures surjetées, dos lisse portant un titre manuscrit, restes de lacets de cuir (premier plat un peu court), Seconde édition, augmentée d'une "Amplification de l'usage de l'Astrolabe" par Jacques Bassentin. La première avait paru en 1545. L'édition originale du texte de Bassantin fut publiée en 1555 à Lyon chez Jean de Tournes sous le titre "Paraphrase de l'Astrolabe". L'auteur décrit méthodiquement et avec un grand souci du détail, dans une première partie et en 43 propositions, les usages astronomiques et astrologiques de l'astrolabe ; et dans une seconde partie, qui compte 12 propositions, son utilisation pour connaitre les hauteurs et longueurs. 48 figures en bois dans le texte représentent le système astrologique pré-Copernicien établit par Jacquinot, puis de nombreux détails des différentes parties dont se composent un Astrolabe, enfin les diverses méthodes pour l'utiliser en tant qu'outil permettant de mesurer les distances, les hauteurs et les profondeurs : ces dernières figures montrent des personnages en train d'établir des mesures. Bel exemplaire, enrichi, sur les premières gardes, des deux jolis croquis d'une main du XVIe siècle. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
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2016-01-10 13:05:38
[Piedmont; Medical; Cosmetics; Culinary; Early English Printing] Alexis of Piemount [Alexius Pedemontanus, Girolamo Ruscelli]
London: John Kingstone for Nicolas Inglande, 1558. The rare first edition in English of the famous book of medical, cosmetic, culinary and household recipes and the FIRST BOOK on Confectionery. With Provenance. Handsome gothic type, with many large (7 or 8 line) historiated initials throughout, many smaller engraved initials as well. Small 4to, in very attractive full 19th century brown tree calf, the covers paneled in gilt, the spine elaborately gilt decorated in compartments between gilt ruled and stippled raised bands, one compartment with a red morocco spine label gilt lettered, ruled and decorated, marbled endpapers. [7ff], 123ff, [10ff]. Complete but for two blanks, one before "to the reader" and the other between the final leaf of text and the start of the table. A very handsome and proper copy, the text clean and very fresh, top edge trimmed close but only barely effecting the headlines on only a handful of pages, final leaf of the table with a neatly repaired tear with no loss, the binding very handsome with only minor wear and a small chip at the head of the spine, unobtrusive marks of previous owners indicating fine provenance. RARE, THE FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH of this famous book of medical, cosmetic, culinary and household recipes, PRINTED ONLY A FEW YEARS AFTER THE FIRST ITALIAN EDITION. Only two copies have appeared in auction since 1975. "The work... became very popular as a treasury of medical and other knowledge in all the countries of Europe" (DNB). An immensely popular book, "The Secrets of Alexis of Piedmont", would eventually be published in more than … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-01-03 16:21:08
Pausanias
Lyon, Junta, 1558. 624 S., 136 nn. Bl.; 606 S., 49 nn. Bl. 11,2 x 7,5 cm. Halblederbände (18. Jahrhundert) mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung (etwas berieben, Ecken und Kanten leicht bestoßen). Adams P525. – Handlicher Druck von Jacques Faure (Excudebat Iacobus Forus) für Junta. – Band 2 mit dem Titel: “Quinque regionum veteris Graeciae descriptio.” – Im oberen Rand etwas eng beschnitten. Schönes, nahezu fleckfreies Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: A la Recherche [Bonn, Germany]
2015-12-19 22:49:09
ZARLINO, Gioseffo
Venice: Francesco Senese, 1558. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (306 x 207 mm), [12], 347 [1] pp., including numerous woodcut diagrams (many full page), including a keyboard instrument, extensive type-set music (including pieces illustrating imitative counterpoint), and historiated 5- & 8-line initials, italic letter. Early 19th-century half vellum (soiled, spine darkened with short crack at top of front joint), red morocco lettering piece to spine. Internally only very little age-toned, a few annotation in contemporary hand, ink stain on fore edge slightly showing internally, faint marginal dampstains to a few pages, contents otherwise bright and clean. Provenance: Thomas Mauritus(?), signature on title-page, modern ownership inscriptions on front pastedown. An outstanding, wide-margined copy. ---- PMM 81; RISM Écrits, p.907; Censimento 16 CNCE 25277; Gregory & Bartlett, i, 296; Ricardi II, 661; Hirsch, i 623; not in Adams. - FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE of arguably the most important and influential book in the history of music theory. Gioseffo Zarlino (1517-1590) laid down the theoretical basis for almost all aspects of modern music, for which he was cited as the ultimate authority for the next two hundred years. He codified the contrapuntal techniques of the great composers of his time and was the first to explain the modern tonal system of major and minor modes. In the terza parte Zarlino treats counterpoint in a conservative manner, particularly regarding the treatment of dissonances, provoking widespread attacks by Vincenzo Galilei and others. Art … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2015-12-19 22:49:09
ZARLINO, Gioseffo
Venice: Francesco Senese, 1558. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (306 x 207 mm), [12], 347 [1] pp., including numerous woodcut diagrams (many full page), including a keyboard instrument, extensive type-set music (including pieces illustrating imitative counterpoint), and historiated 5- & 8-line initials, italic letter. Early 19th-century half vellum (soiled, spine darkened with short crack at top of front joint), red morocco lettering piece to spine. Internally only very little age-toned, a few annotation in contemporary hand, ink stain on fore edge slightly showing internally, faint marginal dampstains to a few pages, contents otherwise bright and clean. Provenance: Thomas Mauritus(?), signature on title-page, modern ownership inscriptions on front pastedown. An outstanding, wide-margined copy. ---- PMM 81; RISM Écrits, p.907; Censimento 16 CNCE 25277; Gregory & Bartlett, i, 296; Ricardi II, 661; Hirsch, i 623; not in Adams. - RARE FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE of arguably the most important and influential book in the history of music theory. Gioseffo Zarlino (1517-1590) laid down the theoretical basis for almost all aspects of modern music, for which he was cited as the ultimate authority for the next two hundred years. He codified the contrapuntal techniques of the great composers of his time and was the first to explain the modern tonal system of major and minor modes. In the terza parte Zarlino treats counterpoint in a conservative manner, particularly regarding the treatment of dissonances, provoking widespread attacks by Vincenzo Galilei and others … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2015-12-12 18:00:43
Galliot du Pré, Paris 1558 - In-12 de (8)-152 ff., maroquin rouge, dos orné à nerfs, triple filet doré sur les plats, tranches dorées (reliure du XIXe siècle). Deuxième et dernière édition de cette histoire populaire des relations du comté de Flandres avec les rois de France. Publiée en 1558, l'année où François de Guise prend Calais et Guines restées pendant plus de deux siècles sous domination anglaise, l'épître placée en tête d'ouvrage est adressée « au Peuple François » et l'invite à prendre connaissance des origines de ses « prochains voisins ». Le récit anonyme puise à de nombreuses sources antiques et contemporaines citées en tête d'ouvrage. La première édition fut publiée par Regnault à Paris en 1522. Galliot du Pré auquel fut accordé le privilège en décembre 1557, a substitué aux lettres gothiques de la première édition l'élégante typographie romane qui fit sa réputation, ornée de lettrines. On trouve sa marque au verso du dernier feuillet. Très bel exemplaire. Brunet III, 938 ; De Backer, 160.
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2015-12-01 21:41:55
LOREDANO, Bernadino. [SIGONIO Carlo]
apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi f, Venice, 1558. 4to. pp. 297, [iii]. A-2O?, 2P . Roman letter, some Greek. Woodcut Aldine device on title, capitals spaces with guide letters, bookplate of Baron Landau on pastedown. A very good copy, crisp clean and wide margined in contemporary limp vellum, later but old endpapers. First Edition of this interesting commentary on Cicero’s orations on land reform spoken against the tribune of the plebs P. Servilius Rullus, beautifully printed by the Aldine press. Cicero opposed Rullus’ bill, which proposed to use money from foreign conquests to purchase land in Italy for the establishment of colonies of the poor, as he was instinctively opposed to what he saw as calculated bribery of the Roman electorate, and politically he was a supporter of Pompey who also opposed this bill. Cicero delivered 4 speeches, of which 3 are still extant, although the first is mutilated. The second is the most important; nothing is known of the fourth. Very little enthusiasm was shown towards the bill by the Roman people, who preferred the distribution of doles in the city to the prospect of distant allotments. The work had important resonance in renaissance Italy and Europe especially when it came to redistribution of land and wealth, particularly in what was public land or private land. "The most forceful Roman opponent of the agrarian movement was, however, Marcus Tullius Cicero. . In short, Cicero characterizes the agrarian movement as seditious, dangerous, and violently unjust. For what is an agrarian law, he asks in De officiis, but an initiative "to rob one man … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-27 00:13:44
Luther, Martin:
Gedruckt zu Jena durch Christian Rödingers Erben, M.D.LVIII 1558. Titelblatt in Rot- und Schwarzdruck mit Titelholzschnitt (der sächsische Kurfürst Friedrich der Weise und Martin Luther, zu beiden Seiten vor dem gekreuzigten Jesus kniend), ganzseitiger Holzschnitt mit Monogramm \"PG\" (die drei sächsischen Fürsten über einer Brüstung mit Wappen), [2] Blatt Register, 476 Blatt, [1] Blatt. Folio, Ledereinband auf Holzdeckeln mit sechs Bünden und Schliessen, beide Deckeln vollflächig mit dekorativer Blindprägung, Größe ca. 22,5 x 33 x 6,5 cm, Einband alterstypisch abgedunkelt und fleckig, Kanten berieben und bestossen, Leder an den Kanten an einigen Stellen bis zum Holz duchgewetzt, Schliessen fehlen, fester Block, innen etwas fleckig (allgemeine Gebrauchsspuren), durchgehend mit Textanstreichungen und Randanmerkungen in roter und schwarzer Tinte von alter Hand (nicht besonders störend). am Vorsatz handschriftlicher Besitzervermerk \"Ex libris M.Leonhardi Engelhart, Epinta acguifitis; Anno Domini 1578\" - Detailfotos auf Anfrage. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Martin Luther (* 10. November 1483 in Eisleben, Grafschaft Mansfeld; † 18. Februar 1546 ebenda) war der theologische Urheber der Reformation. Als zu den Augustiner-Eremiten gehörender Theologieprofessor entdeckte er Gottes Gnadenzusage im Neuen Testament wieder und orientierte sich fortan ausschließlich an Jesus Christus als dem „fleischgewordenen Wort Gottes“. Nach diesem Maßstab wollte er Fehlentwicklungen der Christentumsgeschichte und in der Kirche seiner Zeit überwinden. Sein … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Deinbacher
2015-11-25 13:58:39
MATTHIOLI, Petrus Andreas.
Venedig, Vincent. Valgrisi 1558. gr.-4°. 49 nn. Bll., 776, 50 S., 1 Bl. Mit 2 Holzschnitt-Druckermarken und ca. 700 Textholzschnitten. HPgmt.-Bd. d. späten 18. Jhdts. m. Rückengoldpräg. Kl. Fehlstelle am Titelbl. hinterlegt. Vereinz. wasserrand., sonst in sehr gutem Zustand.Nissen 1305; Wellcome I, 4139; Adams D-667; Pritzel 5985; Grasse IV, 342 - Zweite lateinische Ausgabe des berühmten, vielfach aufgelegten Kräuterbuchs. Matthiolis Kommentar zu Dioscorides gehört zu den erfolgreichsten Werken über Heilpflanzen. Die erste lateinische Ausgabe war 1554 bei Valgrisi in Venedig erschienen, die vorliegende ist erstmals in zwei Teile geteilt und mit einem Zwischentitel versehen. Neben den Abbildungen von Pflanzen finden sich auch einige Tierdarstellungen. - Second and enlarged Latin edition translated by Dioscorides of the \"Discorsi\" by Matthioli (1500-1577), botanist and chief physician to Archduke of Austria. Dioscorides Materia Medica is the earliest European work with medical plants. His commentarii represent one of the most interesting editions of Dioscorides. The book contains also an expensive chapter on wine. The figures are of great importance in the history of botanical illustration. Woodcut illustr.: Initials, large woodcut printer`s mark on title and last page., ca. 700 illustr. of plants and animals. Text of Dioscorides printed in roman, commentary of Matthioli in italics. Includes 133 more woodcuts than appeared in the first Venice edition of 1554. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Naturwissenschaften, Botanik
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2015-11-18 00:37:27
BRABANT:
- Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Jacob Bos (Bossius) aus Lafreri-Atlas b. Michele Tramezzino in Venedig, dat. 1558, 52 x 39,5 Tooley in Imago Mundi 3 (1939): Tooley, Maps in Italian Atlases of the Sixteenth Century, pp. 12-47, Nr. 143; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 287 (Michele Tramezzino , died 1579. Venetian printer and publisher with two workshops, one in Rome with his brother Francesco and one in Venice 'all Insegna della Sibille'. .); Nicht bei Meurer - The Strabo Illustratus Atlas 1545 - 1571 (siehe Nr. 12 Comocio / Forlani). - Von der vorliegenden Karte gibt es nur zwei Zustände (der einzige Unterschied liegt in der Datierung 1556 u. 1558) - Der 1. Zustand ist extrem selten (2 Nachweisexemplare in Rom / Vatikan u. Paris sind bekannt). - Insgesamt gibt es 3 verschiedene italienische Karten von Brabant aus der sogenannten Lafreri Reihe: 1. Tramezzino-Bos (vorliegende Karte in 2 Zuständen) 2. Camocio-Bertelli in 4 Zuständen (Meurer kennt nur drei Zustände) 3. Zaltieri-Olgiato in 2 Zuständen (mit Name des Stechers Olgiato und mit den Namen des Stechers Olgiato und des Herausgebers Bolognoni Zaltieri . - Die Karte zeigt das Herzogtum Brabant. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche mit Verlegerverzeignis; unter der Kartusche Stechersignatur; unten links Meilenzeiger mit Zirkel; oben im Kartenhimmel 3 große Wappen. - 2. Zustand des sehr seltenen italienischen Einblattdrucks. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)
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2015-11-17 23:11:47
STRASBOURG (Straßburg) / Elsaß (Alsace) / Frankreich / France):
- Holzschnitt v. Sebastian Münster aus Cosmographia. Oder Beschreibung der gantzen Weltt. . b. Sebastian Henric-Petri in Basel, 1628, 29 x 39 Fauser, Repertorium älterer Topographie. Druckgraphik von 1486 bis 1750, Bd. II, S. 762, Nr. 13517. - Zeigt eine Gesamtansicht der elsässischen Hauptstadt Strasbourg. - Oben mittig Girlande mit Ansichtentitel; rechts u. links daneben Wappen; über der Ansicht Kopftitel ('Straßburg der fürnehmen und in aller Welt weitbekandten Statt Abcontrafactur.'); unten links Kartusche mit Erläuterungen zur Stadt; unter der Ansicht Erklärungen von A - Z und von 1 - 24. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)
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2015-11-11 18:17:12
Georgiewitz, Bartholomaeus.
Lyons, J. de Tournes, 1558. - 12mo. 184, (8) pp. With woodcut printer's device to t. p. and 6 woodcuts in the text. 18th-century calf. Second edition (first published in 1553) of this occasional work on the customs of the Turks, a popular subject in mid-16th century Europe. Contains details as to the religious rites and ceremonies of the Muslims, military and agriculture in the Ottoman Empire, the fate of the Christian captives, etc. Several woodcuts show scenes of torture. - Slightly browned throughout; hinges repaired. Title has 18th century ownership stamp of "Sir Richard Betenson, Bart." (the 4th Baronet Betenson, of Bradburn Place, Sevenoaks, Kent, d. 1786). Later in the library of Thomas Perczel de Bonyhad (his 1960 engr. bookplate on pastedown); last in the Ottoman collection of the Swiss industrialist Herry W. Schaefer. Rare: a single copy in America (Harvard Univ. Library, not in OCLC). BM-STC French 200. Adams G 456. Göllner 983. Apponyi 1779. Estreicher VIII, 102. Szabó III, 454. Cartier 405. Németh H 633. OCLC 257552046. Cf. Blackmer 671 (ed. 1566).
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2015-11-11 01:15:40
Cock, Hieronymus (1518-1570) after a drawing by Cock, Matthys (c. 1505-1548)
1558. Mountainous landscape with a harbor on the right. On the left on a road Tamar and Judah. Tamar seduces her own father-in-law Judah. Inscribed lower left corner 'Iudas nurum suam Thamar comprimit' and bottom right 'Cum privilegio COCK FE.' Print out a series of 14 landscapes with biblical and mythological scenes entitled 'Variae Variarum'."Etching on paper, trimmed on platemark; total:224 x 320 mm; only state. Watermark. Small stains in the sky to the right. Rare. Hollstein 9, Riggs 39. OM 5 (Cock) / PL2"
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2015-11-09 03:58:33
AMATO Lusitano (RODRIGUEZ Juan di Castelbianco) -
- Ludguni, apud Matthiam Bonhomme sub Clava Aurea, 1558, 8° leg. coeva in piena pergamena con tassello in pelle rossa al dorso, tagli rossi, marca tipografica xil. al front. testatine e capilettera pure xil. pp. (78 )-807-(16) con oltre 400 inc. xil. n.t. Tracce d'umidità ma comunque buono lo stato di conservazione. Amato (Coimbra 1511 - Salonicco, 1562, a causa di alcune critiche qui contenute fu dal Mattioli ferocemente attaccato ed accusato di plagio, oltre ché di essere non cristiano e di origini giudaiche. Ciò valse l'intervento dell'Inquisizione e la messa al bando delle opere del botanico portoghese la cui imperitura memoria rimase proprio legata alle circa 100 pagine a mò di lettera e colme di violentissime ingiurie che il grande senese pubblicò inserendole in più edizioni delle sue opere (Apologia contra A.L. .) . Pritzel, 124 - Burdet (Genève) n. 43 -
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica Snc
2015-11-03 21:58:53
ARCHIMEDES
apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi f., Venice 1558 - RARE FIRST EDITION FIRST EDITION thus. Folio. Two parts in one. ff. [iv], 55, [i]; [ii], 63, [i]. *?, A-O?; [a] , b-r? First work in Roman letter in two sizes, larger for the theorems, second in Italic and Roman. Woodcut anchor and dolphin device with floral wreath on title and verso of last in both parts, fine large historiated woodcut initials, numerous woodcut diagrams in text, two small armorial blindstamps in outer blank margin of title of R. Grosvenor Bartelot F.S.A. Title dusty, small tear from blank upper outer corner of title, retored, small oil stain and very light marginal waterstain in upper and outer margin of last few leaves, very occasional marginal mark or spot. A very good copy, crisp and clean with good margins, in contemporary limp vellum remains of ties, two tears to spine, vellum a little soiled. First edition of the works of Archimedes with the commentary of Commandino and the second Latin edition of Archimedes works, first printed at Basle in 1544. This edition is far superior to its predecessor as in Frederic Commandino it had an editor who was a noted scholar and scientist in his own right and who had access in Venice to an accurate ms. of the Greek text which had not previously been available. His edition and commentary on this work became the basis for virtually all subsequent editions, as did his commentaries on many other mathematicians of antiquity. He considerably advanced Renaissance learning in mathematics. The second work in this edition comprises Comandino’s commentary on Archimedes text. " … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB
2015-10-30 16:53:10
Bronkhorst, Johannes van (1648 Leiden Hoorn 1727)
Pinsel in Grau, grau laviert, über schwarzer Kreide, mit schwarzer Tuschlinie umrandet, auf Bütten mit Fragment eines Wasserzeichen, links unten von alter Hand bezeichnet J. Bronkhorst", auf alten Untersatz montiert, dort oben bezeichnet Haerlem" (sic!). 14,5:19,8 cm. - Etwas braunfleckig. Provenienz: Sammlung E. B. (herzförmig eingefaßt) sowie No 43", nicht bei Lugt. Johannes van Bronkhorst, Sohn und Schüler von P.A. van Bronkhorst (1558-1661), zunächst erlernte er, nach dem frühen Tod seines Vaters, in Haarlem bei einem Cousin das Pastetenbäckerhandwerk und bildete sich autodidaktisch als Zeichner weiter. Erst als er 1670 nach Hoorn übergesiedelt war, betätigt er sich parallel zu seinem Brotberuf auch als Maler. Er spezialisierte sich auf die Darstellung von Vögeln, Insekten und Pflanzen, die er in Aquarell auf Pergament oder Papier malte. Es ist davon auszugehen, daß unsere kleine Landschaftszeichnung aus des Künstlers frühen Jahren in Haarlem stammt.
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH [Oberursel im Taunus, Germany]
2015-10-25 10:52:37
ROSSO, Giulio Raviglio
1558 - Impreso NELLA ACADEMIA VENETIANA, M.D.L.VIII. (1558). En 8º, enc. en holandesa. La boda de Felipe II fue en 1554 y nuestro impreso, tanto en portada como en colofón dice 1558. Se trata más de la noticia de un suceso inmediato que de la Historia elaborada del mismo. Exlibris y abundantes anotaciones autógrafas de Antonio Canovas del Castillo. Destaca D. Antonio: "P. 30 Conversacion al catolicismo" - "41-42 (Matrimonio)" - "50 Sublevaciones en contra. Llegada a Inglaterra de Felipe 2º. 59". - "Traje del Rey. 60-63 vuelto" - "Sequito de D. Felipe 62 a 63 y 64" - "Ceremonia del matrimonio. 65". El texto de esta historia casi coetánea, está también anotado por Cánovas. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: C.M.Garrido
2015-09-27 19:18:54
QUINTILIANO Marco Fabio.
Apud Theobaldum Paganum 1558 "Summa diligentia ad fidem vetustissimorum codicum recogniti, ac restituti, cum rerum verborumque Indice locupletissimo". "Declamationum Liber eiusdem". Testo latino. Cm.17x10,6. Pg.742, (38). In fine è aggiunto, con frontespizio autonomo, "M.Fabii Quintiliani Oratoris Eloquentissimi Declamationes undeviginti". Lugduni, Apud Theobaldum Paganum, 1558. Pg.214. Legatura in piena pergamena molle, con unghie, con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Ai due frontespizi marche tipografiche con figura orientale posta sotto un albero da frutta ed il motto "Virtutes sibi invicem adhaerent". Ex libris nobiliare "E' l'opera maggiore di Quintiliano (Calagurris, oggi Calahorra, I secolo d.C.) ed è a noi pervenuta nella sua integrità. Quintiliano vi attese negli ultimi anni della sua vita, quando già era libero dall'insegnamento, un po' dopo l'anno 90, e la dedicò a Vittorio Marcello, valente avvocato del tempo di Domiziano, perchè servisse all'educazione del suo giovane figlio Geta, destinato a diventare egli pure oratore" (Giacomo Sasso). Stimata edizione, realizzata dallo stampatore lionese Thibaut Payen
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2015-09-13 09:00:10
Gesneri, Conradi ( Conrad Gesner )
Christopher Froschoverum, Tiguri ( Zurich ) 1558 - 1st ed of Volume Four. Folio. Recent cloth with gilt spine title and date, new end papers though one original blank end paper is present in both front and rear. (ii), (viii), (ix), (iii), (iv), (xi), 1297 pp, over 660 woodcuts of ocean life. Lacks title page though curiously the lower half of the title page for volume five, published in 1578, is present as well as a somewhat crude manuscript copy of the original title page on what seems to be an original blank end paper. The tiny gilt date on the spine is 1578 which is incorrect as this is the 1558 first edition of this volume and there is no 1578 edition of this volume. The leaves and plates have no foxing, a few are lightly tanned, a few words or sentences have some old underlining, a tiny, light stain starts on the upper fore corner of page 841 and gradually gets larger as it goes back, at times it is just a tide line. A small light stain at the bottom fore corner starts on page 1087 and gradually gets larger but it is much lighter than the one at the top of the page eventually gets. The dedication leaf right after the "title page" has been repaired with a loss of about ten percent of the text on it and the verso. Two tiny museum stamps at the top of that page. Covers Fine, very tight, a large, massive volume with many more woodcuts than any other volume in the work, the great majority of the famous illustrations are in lovely condition. Ownership signature dated 1678 on end paper. A great book that can be used with no fear of binding wear or weakness. This book, before … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: JOSEPH NATALE - BOOKS
2015-09-05 04:05:08
Lando, Ortensio].
Venice: Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1558 (colophon: 1559). First edition, variant with dedication to Niccolò Alberti. Boards. Very Good/Although the title of this collection indicates funeral orations for animals by "various authors," all eleven pieces are by Ortensio Lando (1505?-1555?), the eccentric, peripatetic, uncomfortable humanist who seemed to gravitate toward the far edge of every society he entered. While many humanists traveled, Lando traveled more. A native of Milan, he can be found at various times in Rome, Venice, Naples, Lyon (where he worked for Sebastian Gryphius and alongside Etienne Dolet), Basel, Geneva, Lucca, Trento, Paris, Strasbourg, Tubingen and Augsburg, remaining in Venice after 1545 but probably in Naples when he died, sometime in the later 1550s. He changed his name more than once, and he preferred to publish pseudonymously, cryptically, or anonymously, creating a burden for his biographers. (Ironically for such an unquiet soul, he often referred to himself in print as "il Tranquillo.") He stopped short of the priesthood, flirted seriously with reformers, wrote several protestant-leaning works, yet he was present at the opening of the Council of Trent. He translated More's Utopia into Italian, and wrote a fantastical funeral oration on Erasmus, both praising and condemning him, that still puzzles Erasmus scholars. Starting with "I Paradossi" (Lyon, 1534), he published a series of learned dialogues, travelogues, and arguments, all of them characterized by an odd sense of humor, and all of them landing on the local indices in Mila … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rodger Friedman Rare Book Studio, ABAA [Tuxedo, NY, U.S.A.]
2015-09-03 08:57:35
BOUSSUET, FRANCOIS [1798-1889]:
in universam Gulielmi Rondeletii doctoris medici, & medicinae in schola Monspeliensi professoris regii, quam de piscibus marinis scripsit historiam. Cum vivis eorum imaginibus, opusculum nunc primum in lucem emissum. 2 vols. Lyon: apud Matthiam Bonhome, sub clava aurea 1558. With small portrait, title-vignette and textual vignettes throughout, together with 466 woodcut illustrations of fish, shells and sea creatures, one on folding leaf. [20] + 240 135 pp. Bound in worn contemporary full vellum, spine partly loose, endpaper torn lower right corner. Some leaves weakly browning or stained. With handwritten register on last page and blank leaf. First edition of Bossuets pictorial history of fishes, each cut being explained by short Latin epigrammatic verses. Although Baudrier attributes the woodblocks to Georges Reverdy, Mortimer states that the series of fishes, shells and various sea creatures had been cut for Guillaume Rondelets Libri de piscibus marinis, printed by Bonhomme in two folio volumes, 1554-55. One of the most extraordinary illustrations is of a monk sea monster, a drawing of which was supposedly given to Rondelet by Margurite dAngoulme, queen of Navarre. Adams B2607. Brunet I, 1184. Durling 660. Nissen ZBI 511. Waller 11789. Wellcome I, 1018. Baudrier X, p. 257. Mortimer/Harvard French Sixteenth Century Books I, 118. Petit 253.
Bookseller: Grosells Antikvariat [DK]
2015-08-26 20:29:11
(Paradin, Claude, und Charles Fontaine).
Lyon, Jean de Tournes, 1558. Format: 8°.. [246] S. (le. Bl. weiß); [112] S.. Mit breiter Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre, Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schluss von Teil I und 232; 94 Holzschnitten von Bernard Salomon.. Geglätteter dunkelbrauner Kalbslederband der Zeit über 4 Bünden mit kleinen Goldstempeln auf dem Rücken, Blindfileten, goldenen Eckfleurons und blindgeprägter Mittelarabeske kleine Gebrauchsspuren, gering beschabt und berieben, an wenigen Stellen sorgfältig alt restauriert.. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Komplettausgabe. Eine der reizendsten Holzschnitt-Taschenbibel im Prachtband*** Komplettausgabe der beiden die Bibel begleitenden emblematischen Holzschnitt-Illustrationen von dem französischen Malers und Graphikers Bernard Salomon (um 1506-1561), dem sogenannten "Petit Bernard", der aus einer lyonneser Familie von Gürtelmachern und Schmieden entstammt und im Auftrag des Königs Henri II. für den Hof arbeitete. In Zusammenarbeit mit dem Drucker Jean de Tournes illustrierte er mehrere Bücher mit szenischen Darstellungen. Seine Illustrationen zum Alten und Neuen Testament gehören zu den schönsten seines OEuvres. Die reizenden, anatomisch gut beobachteten Figuren meist in zauberhafter Landschaft oder vor prachtvoller Architekturkulisse verraten schon ganz den Stil des französischen Manierismus - sie sind auch nachweislich von der Schule von Fontainebleau geprägt worden. Den Holzschnitten beigegeben ist jeweils ein vier- bis sechszeiliges Gedicht des geistlichen Schriftstellers und Kanonikers Claude Paradin (1510 -1573) bzw. des Dichters Charles Fontaine (1514- 1570), in denen diese … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-08-12 17:22:35
Simeoni Gabriele.
par Ian de Tournes 1558 In - 4° (cm. 22,2), legatura coeva in p. pergamena floscia (lievi tracce d'uso); pp. [16], 134 con numerose illustrazioni n.t. in xilografia (epitaffi, scene mitologiche, vedute, tombe, medaglie, ecc.); bella vignetta con ritratto al frontespizio, deliziose testatine e capilettera in xilografia. Qualche segno d'uso, in specie in fine (ultima carta con margine riparato), antiche note ms. al front. e in fine, mancanza dell'ultima carta sicuramente bianca. Edizione originale del resoconto di un viaggio compiuto dall'umanista Simeoni (1509 - 1575), che dopo i mesi di reclusione per eresia, accompagnò il duca di Guisa in Italia. Libro di potente immaginazione cinquecentesca, ricco di erudizione e insaporito da «le favole e le sciocchezze astrologiche che vi ha sparse per entro» [G. Tiraboschi. Storia della Letteratura italiana IV, 78]. Cfr. Graesse VI, 409; Admas S, 1161. Buon esemplare genuino.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2015-07-10 16:39:31
Caro Annibal.
in casa di Seth Viotto 1558]. In - 4° (cm. 2,1), legatura settecentesca in p. pergamena rigida con titolo in oro al dorso (lievi segni d'uso), tagli rossi; pp. 268, [16] in ottimo stato, freschissime, con suggestiva impresa xilografica al frontespizio e un'altra differente al colophon, nonché capilettera e finalini xilografici nel testo. Prima edizione, tra l'altro nella più rara tiratura, di un libro famosissimo: «Qualche esemplare [..] ha nel frontispizio una diversa impresa, ora intagliata in legno, ed ora in rame, portante un Acciarino da fucile» [Gamba 276 in nota]. Gli autori del titolo «sono Academici ideali usciti dalla fantasia di Annibal Caro» [Melzi I, 5], il quale nascosto sotto la finzione letteraria combatte un'aspra polemica con Ludovico Castelvetro, citata anche dal Manzoni ne I Promessi Sposi. La vicenda, condita da infamanti accuse, costò al Castelvetro un processo del tribunale dell'Inquisizione che lo costrinse a lasciare Roma. Cfr. Olschki, Choix, 16639; Brunet, I, 1588; Adams, C - 739; Graesse, I, 9. Ottimo esemplare.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2015-06-19 23:17:48
PICCOLOMINI, Alessandro
appresso di Giovann' Antonio de gli Antonii 1558 (Piccolomini, Alessandro). Milano, appresso di Giovann' Antonio de gli Antonii, 1558. Al segno del Leone. (In fine:). In Milano, imprimevano i Fratelli Meda, 1558. In - 8° ant., legatura recente in pergamena, stile coevo. 43, (1) ff. Silografia allegorica nel front. ripetuta in fine. Rara edizione milanese. Lancetti, Pseudonimia, p. 259. Brunet, II, 667. Gay - Lemonnier, I, 894: Satire libre et meme licentieuse contre les femmes...
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2015-06-16 21:42:31
QUINTILIEN (Marcus Fabius Quintilianus)
1 volume grand in-12° pleine reliure parcheminée d'époque, lacets présents, titre à l'encre sur dos lisse, 741 p. + 38 f. nchf + 214 . Mouillures claires éparses sans gravité. Quelques annotations d'époque, bel état d'ensemble.
Bookseller: Mesnard - Comptoir du Livre Ancien [Ruelle-sur-Touvre, France]
2015-06-01 19:08:07
BOUSSUET, FRANCOIS [1798-1889]:
. in universam Gulielmi Rondeletii doctoris medici, & medicinae in schola Monspeliensi professoris regii, quam de piscibus marinis scripsit historiam. Cum vivis eorum imaginibus, opusculum nunc primum in lucem emissum. 2 vols. Lyon: apud Matthiam Bonhome, sub clava aurea 1558. With small portrait, title-vignette and textual vignettes throughout, together with 466 woodcut illustrations of fish, shells and sea creatures, one on folding leaf. [20] + 240; 135 pp. Bound in worn contemporary full vellum, spine partly loose, endpaper torn lower right corner. Some leaves weakly browning or stained. With handwritten register on last page and blank leaf. * First edition.<br>Adams B2607. Brunet I, 1184. Durling 660. Mortimer, French Books I, 118. Nissen ZBI 511. Waller 11789. Wellcome I, 1018..
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