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2014-09-29 11:55:35
Giovio, Paolo.
Guillielmo Roville,, Lión: 1561 - 8 hojas, 263 folios. Magnífica encuadernación moderna en plena piel marroquen con ruedas doradas en cantos y contracantos, firmada Brugalla 1941. Cortes dorados. Supra-libros dorado en ambos planos. Ejemplar suavemente lavado y con algunas restauraciones que no afectan. Ilustrado con 136 grabados emblemáticos a media página de preciosa factura. Palau 123415. Praz 353. Landwehr, Romanic, 343 Mortimer, French, 250. Segunda edición de esta importante obra de la emblemática en español.Los 136 magníficos emblemas grabados en madera por el "Maître à la Capeline" fueron utilizados inicialmente en la edición italiana de Rouillé de 1559, y aqui en la primera versión española. En la página 161 empieza el Razonamiento de Ludovico Domeniqui, en el qual siguiendo la materia del precedente Dialogo se habla de las empresas Militares, y Amorosas. Nuevamente traduzido del Thoscano Idioma, en el Castellano Romance, por el S. Alonso de Ulloa.La obra de Jovio es "one of the most significant and important in the whole of emblem literature" según Salloch. La traducción de Alfonso de Ulloa apareció por vez primera en Venecia en 1558.
Bookseller: Els Llibres del Tirant [Barcelona, Spain]
2014-09-29 11:20:28
UBALDI ANGELO (Angelo da Perugia)
Ex. Servanius,, Lugduni, 1561 - Due opere in due volumi in-folio (cm. 38), cc. 249 (98); 281. Bei frontespizi interamente figurati e molti, eleganti capolettera nel testo. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida, dorsi a nervi con titoli manoscritti. Qualche foro di tarlo non grave, peraltro esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Edizione rara e pregiata di questo commento al codice di Angelo da Perugia (Perugia 1328 - ivi 1407), fratello di Baldo e di Pietro. Fu lettore e professore nelle università di Perugia, Bologna, Padova e Firenze; ebbe incarichi politici e ambascerie. Oltre ai commentari dei codici scrisse Consilia e alcune opere minori. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-27 12:00:20
MESSAGER, J. (ca. 1580 - Paris - 1649) & PICQUET, J. (Troyes ca. 1600 - ca. 1650 Paris).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-09-26 14:20:23
Lodovico Collado
Ex Tipografia Ioannis Mey Valencia. 307 Pág + 2h. 15x10. Por Luis Collado. 1561. Médico Galeno, el mas importante de la antigüedad despues de Hipócrates. El supremo inicia del cuidado en la medicina. Manchas humedad (fotos). Una Obra Rarísima. Ref 5.5 Biblioteca AD. N° de ref. de la librería ABE-12401994310. 1ª Edición. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Bien.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
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2014-09-26 14:20:23
Lodovico Collado
Ex Tipografia Ioannis Mey Valencia. 307 Pág + 2h. 15x10. Por Luis Collado. 1561. Médico Galeno, el mas importante de la antigüedad despues de Hipócrates. El supremo inicia del cuidado en la medicina. Manchas humedad (fotos). Una Obra Rarísima. Ref 5.5 Biblioteca AD. N° de ref. de la librería ABE-12401994310. 1ª Edición. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Bien.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
2014-09-26 14:20:23
Guillermo Rovilio/ Juan Martin Cordero
En Lion en casa de Guillermo Rovilio, 1561. 2 edición, 4to. Dos partes en un volumen: texto en castellano. 8 hojas, 168 pgs; 250 pgs, 3 hojas de tablas.Con una media de dos grabados calcográficos representando medallas por página; apostillas manuscritas marginales de época.Encuadernación en pergamino original algo rozado, mancha de tinta antigua en tapa delantera,internamente ejemplar en muy buen estado. La primera edición de esta obra es de 1558,siendo extremadamente rara y no aparece referenciado ejemplar alguno en el CCPBE. Ex libris manuscrito en portada de Andrés benito de Llanes y Cienfuegos( s XVI o XVII) Martín Cordero,autor valenciano es un traductor activo de mediados del s XVI que traduce “Quejas y llantos de Pompeyo” Amberes 1556.afincado probablemente en Lovaina( era doctor en teología). Muere a final de siglo en Valencia, ciudad donde fue parroco de San Martín. Rare edition in spanish of this influential book on medals and coinage. With biographical list of emperors,kings depicted on coins. Ref Salvá 3590 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Pontes [Madrid, Spain]
2014-08-25 07:07:46
Chaucer, Geoffrey
London: John Kyngston for Jhon Wight. Very Good. 1561. Fifth edition, first issue; First. First issue of the Stow Edition with Chaucer's arms dated 1560 and before the second issue woodcut additions. There are two theories regarding the precedence of issues of the 1561 Stowe edition depending on presence of woodcuts in the Prologue; one issue without woodcuts and one with. David R. Carlson ("The Woodcut Illustrations in Early Printed Editions of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales," in Chaucer Illustrated: Five Hundred Years of The Canterbury Tales in Pictures [British Library, 2003]) states (challenging the old orthodoxy of Pforzheimer) "The most plausible explanation seems to be that the printer and publisher of the [Stowe] edition, came into possession of the woodcuts belatedly after most of the press work for the edition had been done. After obtaining the blocks, they ran up a new issue of the beginning of the book, incorporating a "General Prologue" illustrated with woodcut. In all documented cases, the unillustrated [i.e. first]"General Prologue" occurs with a title page showing the Chaucer arms, dated 1560 at the top of the shield. A different title-page, dated 1561, is found in copies incorporating the [woodcut] illustrated General Prologue…." (v. also David R. Carlson, "Woodcut Illustrations of the Canterbury Tales, 1483-1602). More specifically a recent Robert Temple Catalogue adds: "The first three gatherings [in the 1561 second issue] … were entirely reprinted, this being done to permit the inclusion of twenty-two wood-cut illustrations in the Prologue … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-08-22 19:35:08
Chaucer, Geoffrey
London: John Kyngston for Jhon Wight. Very Good. 1561. Fifth edition, first issue; First. First issue of the Stow Edition with Chaucer's arms dated 1560 and before the second issue woodcut additions. There are two theories regarding the precedence of issues of the 1561 Stowe edition depending on presence of woodcuts in the Prologue; one issue without woodcuts and one with. David R. Carlson ("The Woodcut Illustrations in Early Printed Editions of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales," in Chaucer Illustrated: Five Hundred Years of The Canterbury Tales in Pictures [British Library, 2003]) states (challenging the old orthodoxy of Pforzheimer) "The most plausible explanation seems to be that the printer and publisher of the [Stowe] edition, came into possession of the woodcuts belatedly after most of the press work for the edition had been done. After obtaining the blocks, they ran up a new issue of the beginning of the book, incorporating a "General Prologue" illustrated with woodcut. In all documented cases, the unillustrated [i.e. first]"General Prologue" occurs with a title page showing the Chaucer arms, dated 1560 at the top of the shield. A different title-page, dated 1561, is found in copies incorporating the [woodcut] illustrated General Prologue…." (v. also David R. Carlson, "Woodcut Illustrations of the Canterbury Tales, 1483-1602). More specifically a recent Robert Temple Catalogue adds: "The first three gatherings [in the 1561 second issue] … were entirely reprinted, this being done to permit the inclusion of twenty-two wood-cut illustrations in the Prologue … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Virginia Book Shop, Inc.
2014-08-20 18:04:20
LAUTERBECK, Georg,
Leipzig, Durch Jacobum Berwaldt. 1561.. Fol. Kollation: Ttlbl. in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, (15), 369, (6) gez. Bll. Druckersignet auf der letzten Seite: einen Bär im Wald darstellend. (Letzte Seiten etwas beschädigt) Halbpergamentband im Stil der Zeit.. Das Regentenbuch des Juristen und Verwaltungspraktiker Lauterbeck (ca.1510-1578) kann in die Reihe der im Mittelalter weit verbreiteten Fürstenspiegel gestellt werden. Im Sinne der klugen und gottgefälligen Ordnung des Gemeinwesens werden diese an die Territorialfürsten gerichtete Ratschläge entworfen. Im Sinne der "guten Policey" geht es um Aufbau, Verwaltung und Überwachung des jeweiligen Herrschaftsgebietes, sei es das Territorium, sei es die Stadt. Aus retrospektiver Sicht kann von einem praktischen Lehrbuch zum Jus publicum gesprochen werden.
Bookseller: Antiquariat + Verlag Klaus Breinlich
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2014-08-20 06:07:17
. Ausgabe 1561, 12,5 x 25. Shirley 110 ( Abb. plate 94, with ommitted title). - Die erste moderne Weltkarte von G. Ruscelli in 2 Hemisphären. Amerika und Asien sind als zusammenhängende Landmasse dargestellt und mit "Terra incognita" bezeichnet. Die Antarktis ist nicht dargestellt. Im Gegensatz zu der Abbildung bei Shirley besitzt unsere Karte den Titel "Orbis Descriptio". - Gerahmt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2014-08-18 08:35:47
MOGGE, Jacob.
Ad 1: Bierens de Haan 3286; Crone Library 283; Houzeau 11524; ad 2: Bierens de Haan 2676; Crone Library 281; Houzeau 11499; V.d. Aa V, p. 282 (Mogge); NNBW II, cols 775-782 (Lansbergius). Reissue with a new title-page by Goeree of these two works on sundials. It was printed by Thomas Berry for Zacharias Roman and issued together with the work by Lansbergius. Mogge opens his work with a general introduction to geometry and astronomy and proceeds with a description of sundials on a flat surfaces.It deals with sundials on flat surfaces. Philips Lansbergen (1561-1632) worked as physician and pastor in Middelburg, Zeeland, and has several publications in the field of astronomy to his name. Both works are richly illustrated. Ex-libris of A. de Kluijs, two small ownership stamps on the endleaves, small ownership entry on title-page, and small slip from a catalogue pasted on endleaf; parts of spine missing and hinges slightly damaged. Good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2014-07-20 18:36:05
PICCOLOMINI, Alessandro
Venice: Giordano Ziletti, 1561. Small quarto, with woodcut diagrams in the text; minor staining to last (colophon) leaf and a few margins towards end; a very good copy in later patterned boards. The water and the land. A treatise on the globe and a survey of contemporary cosmographical knowledge and methodology by a well-known Italian astronomer and cosmographer. A senior figure in the church, a poet, and a writer on philosophy and science, Piccolomini (1508-1578) was appointed archbishop of Patrasso in 1557 and later archbishop of Siena. Piccolomini's Trattato is of interest to the history of antipodean theories: it was in this book that he most strongly argued his views about the make-up of the earth, contradicting the views associated with Aristotle and Ptolemy that there must be more water than land. His belief that the land mass must be greater than the oceans was more than just a disagreement with the classical writers, as it became a controversy played out in print between Piccolomini and his contemporaries Antonio Berga and Giambattista Bennedetti. Several of the 14 chapters here are devoted to the debate (the last, for example, is headed 'Digressione contra una vana imaginatione d'uno scrittore moderno, con laquale si pensa salvare la terra minore dell'acqua…'). The work contains several substantial references to newly-discovered lands, mentioning the Straits of Magellan along with several other references to the Americas, and discusses the Southern Ocean. Alden notes the 1558 edition of this work, but does not mention this one which has … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books
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2014-07-05 17:20:26
Lodovico Collado
. Zustand: Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa blanda 1 Edicion. Valencia. 307 Pag + 2h. 15x10. Por Luis Collado. 1561. Medico Galeno, el mas importante de la antigüedad despues de Hipocrates. El supremo inicia del cuidado en la medicina. Manchas humedad (fotos). Una Obra Rarisima. Ref 5.5 Biblioteca AD. N° de ref. de la libreria ABE-12401994310
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
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2014-06-26 14:11:54
Bruni, Leonardo [or Leonardo Aretino]
Venice: [Francesco Sansovino, , 1561]. Venice: [Francesco Sansovino, 1561] Contemporary stiff vellum with gilt red morocco label, edges stained blue. . Quarto. Woodcut device on title. Originally published in Latin, the translator is Donato Acciaiuoli (1429-1478), whose Italian version was first published in Venice in 1476. Leonardo Bruni (1370-1444) was an Italian scholar and statesman, who served as chancellor of Florence and as spostolic secretary to four popes (1405-1414). His Florentine history has been called the first modern history book (James Haskins in his edition of History of the Florentine People, Harvard University Press, 2010). He was the first historian to write using the three-period view of history: Antiquity, Middle Ages, and Modern, and though his dates were a bit different from those used by modern historians, he laid the foundation for this tripartite view of history, which is secular in nature, even though that may not have been what Bruni intended. He used the phrase studia humanitatis, meaning the study of human endeavors, as distinct from theology and metaphysics. This is where the term humanist comes from. Bruni also translated into Latin many works of Greek philosophy, such as Aristotle and Procopius.
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I
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2014-06-23 18:59:02
Colli Hippolyt von (d. i. J. W. Gebhart)
. . VD 17, 3:311630Y - ADB IV, 407 - nicht in BL, German Books.- Gesamtausgabe der vier wichtigsten politischen Schriften des Juristen Hippolyt von Colli (1561-1612) herausgegeben mit Anmerkungen von Martin Naurath (1628-1680).- Mit einem Gesamtindex.- Colli war Professor in Basel u. Heidelberg. 1589 kehrte er als Syndikus nach Basel zurück und war seit 1591 für Christian I. von Anhalt-Bernburg tätig, erst als Kanzler, dann als Gesandter an verschiedenen europäischen Höfen. "Seine hauptsächlich politischen Schriften erschienen zum Theil unter erdichteten Namen, wie Sinibaldus Ubaldus, Pompejus Lampugnanus. Häufige Auflagen erlebten der "Nobilis" (1588), der "Princeps" (1593) mit dem "Palatinus sive Aulicus" und der "Consiliarius" (1596), welche alle auch mehrfach zusammen, zuletzt von Mart. Naurath, 1670, herausgegeben wurden." (ADB).- Vorsätze mit alten hs. Eintragungen, etw. gebräunt, Ebd. etw. fleckig und berieben.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2014-06-19 13:30:35
Bruni, Leonardo [or Leonardo Aretino]
Venice: [Francesco Sansovino, 1561] Contemporary stiff vellum with gilt red morocco label, edges stained blue. . Quarto. Woodcut device on title. Originally published in Latin, the translator is Donato Acciaiuoli (1429-1478), whose Italian version was first published in Venice in 1476. Leonardo Bruni (1370-1444) was an Italian scholar and statesman, who served as chancellor of Florence and as spostolic secretary to four popes (1405-1414). His Florentine history has been called the first modern history book (James Haskins in his edition of History of the Florentine People, Harvard University Press, 2010). He was the first historian to write using the three-period view of history: Antiquity, Middle Ages, and Modern, and though his dates were a bit different from those used by modern historians, he laid the foundation for this tripartite view of history, which is secular in nature, even though that may not have been what Bruni intended. He used the phrase studia humanitatis, meaning the study of human endeavors, as distinct from theology and metaphysics. This is where the term humanist comes from. Bruni also translated into Latin many works of Greek philosophy, such as Aristotle and Procopius.
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I
2014-06-09 19:31:50
Chaucer, Geoffrey
London: John Kyngston for Jhon Wight. Very Good. 1561. Fifth edition, first issue; First. There are some conflicting theories regarding the precedence of issues of the 1561 Stowe edition depending on presence of woodcuts in the Prologue; one issue without woodcuts and one with. David R. Carlson ("The Woodcut Illustrations in Early Printed Editions of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales," in Chaucer Illustrated: Five Hundred Years of The Canterbury Tales in Pictures [British Library, 2003], edited by William Finley and Joseph Rosenblum) suggests (challenging the old orthodoxy of Pforzheimer) "The most plausible explanation seems to be that the printer and publisher of the [Stowe] edition, came into possession of the woodcuts belatedly after most of the press work for the edition had been done. After obtaining the blocks, they ran up a new issue of the beginning of the book, incorporating a "General Prologue" illustrated with woodcut. In all documented cases, the unillustrated "General Prologue" occurs with a title page showing the Chaucer arms, dated 1560 at the top of the shield. A different title-page, dated 1561, is found in copies incorporating the illustrated 'General Prologue….'" (v. also David R. Carlson, "Woodcut Illustrations of the Canterbury Tales, 1483-1602). A past Robert Temple Catalogue notes a second issue 1561 edition was "…issued with a different title-page, bearing the date 1561, using at head and side borders a wood-cut of King Henry VIII and his court. The first three gatherings in fact were entirely reprinted, this being done to permit the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Virginia Book Shop, Inc.
2014-06-09 19:31:50
Chaucer, Geoffrey
London: John Kyngston for Jhon Wight, 1561. London: John Kyngston for Jhon Wight. Very Good. 1561. Fifth edition, first issue; First. There are some conflicting theories regarding the precedence of issues of the 1561 Stowe edition depending on presence of woodcuts in the Prologue; one issue without woodcuts and one with. David R. Carlson ("The Woodcut Illustrations in Early Printed Editions of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales," in Chaucer Illustrated: Five Hundred Years of The Canterbury Tales in Pictures [British Library, 2003], edited by William Finley and Joseph Rosenblum) suggests (challenging the old orthodoxy of Pforzheimer) "The most plausible explanation seems to be that the printer and publisher of the [Stowe] edition, came into possession of the woodcuts belatedly after most of the press work for the edition had been done. After obtaining the blocks, they ran up a new issue of the beginning of the book, incorporating a "General Prologue" illustrated with woodcut. In all documented cases, the unillustrated "General Prologue" occurs with a title page showing the Chaucer arms, dated 1560 at the top of the shield. A different title-page, dated 1561, is found in copies incorporating the illustrated 'General Prologue….'" (v. also David R. Carlson, "Woodcut Illustrations of the Canterbury Tales, 1483-1602). A past Robert Temple Catalogue notes a second issue 1561 edition was "…issued with a different title-page, bearing the date 1561, using at head and side borders a wood-cut of King Henry VIII and his court. The first three gatherings in fact were enti … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-04-03 17:04:52
Curione, Celio Secondo
[Frobenium et Episcopium], Basileae, 1561. First edition, 3 volumes, folio; text in double column; full contemporary blind-tooled pigskin (darkening along edges and spine) dated 1564, later armorial supralibros stamped in gilt on upper and lower covers, manuscript spine titles, remnants of clasps and hasps; textblocks fine. A very good, sound set. Curione (1503-1569) was an Italian humanist, grammarian, Protestant theologian, and a suspected antitrinitarian. He studied at the University of Turin, and in 1536-39 he was Professor at the University of Pavia. Persecuted for his sympathies toward the Reformation, he first tried to find refuge in Venice, Ferrara and Lucca (where he met Pier Martire Vermigli, Celso Martinengo, and Girolamo Zanchi). In 1542 he fled from Italy in order to escape the Inquisition, and settled in Switzerland. From 1542 to 1546 he taught at the University of Lausanne, before moving to the University of Basel, where he would remain 23 years, until his death, as Professor of Theology and Classical Studies, during which time the present Thesaurus was composed. Adams C3094; Vancil, p. 65; not in BM-STC German. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2014-03-28 21:28:12
Lodovico Collado
Ex Tipografia Ioannis Mey - Valencia. 307 Pág + 2h. 15x10. Por Luis Collado. 1561. Médico Galeno, el mas importante de la antigüedad despues de Hipócrates. El supremo inicia del cuidado en la medicina. Manchas humedad (fotos). Una Obra Rarísima. Ref 5.5 Biblioteca AD. N° de ref. de la librería ABE-12401994310 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
2014-03-21 22:10:07
(Johannes Michael Brutus, Hrsg.)
Lugdunum (Lyon), Sebastien Gryphius 1561.. 8°. 8 Bll., 445 S., 1 Bl. 17 S., 2 Bll. Pergament d. Zt. mit durchgezog. Bünden. - Schriftzüge von alter, zeitgenössischer Feder auf Vorsatz, Titel mit Besitzeintrag: Sum Balthasar ab Hessu (von Dernbach?) Junioris Anno 1566. Wohl aus gleicher Feder wenige Anstreichungen und Notizen.. Sammlung zeitgenössischer Briefe z. Tl. bedeutender europäischer Humanisten u.a.: Juan Gines de Sepulveda, Paulus Manutius, Petrus Angelius Bargaeus, Gaspar Cardinal Contarenus etc.
Bookseller: Antiquariat K. Schöneborn
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2014-03-19 19:55:13
Lodovico Collado
Ex Tipografia Ioannis Mey. 1561 - Valencia. 307 Pág + 2h. 15x10. Por Luis Collado. 1561. Médico Galeno, el mas importante de la antigüedad despues de Hipócrates. El supremo inicia del cuidado en la medicina. Manchas humedad (fotos). Una Obra Rarísima. Ref 5.5 Biblioteca AD [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
2014-03-17 17:14:58
[GRATAROLI, Guglielmo], ed
8 p.l., 244, 299 pp. Folio, cont. limp red-dyed vellum (upper outer corner of lower cover somewhat mouse-eaten), ties gone, yapp edges. Basel: H. Petri & P. Pernam, 1561. First edition of this very uncommon book and a lovely crisp copy in contemporary red-dyed limp vellum. "One of the earliest collections of alchemical writers, containing 53 texts, a full list of which is given by Ferguson. It includes works by Geber, Roger Bacon, Arnaldus de Villanova, Albertus Magnus, Raymundus Lullius, Joa. de Rupescissa, Gugl. Gratarolo (the editor), and many others."-Duveen, p. 268. "Gratarolo was a native of Bergamo, where he was born in 1516. He went through the customary training, and then turned his attention to medicine. Having acquired a liking for Protestantism he settled in Basel in 1555, and remained there till 1562, when he was summoned to Marburg as professor of medicine. He, however, remained only a year there, and returned to Basel, where he practised medicine and wrote several works."-Ferguson, I, p. 342. A fine copy. Occasional light browning or very faint dampstaining. ❧ Hirsch, II, p. 634. Thorndike, V, pp. 600-16. .
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2014-03-09 19:21:53
Joostens, Pâquier
Basileae: Ioannem Oporinum, 1561. First edition, 8vo, pp. 136, [15]; a-t4; woodcut initials; 20th-century mottled calf, red gilt lettering piece, marbled endpapers; very light wear to boards, bottom half of textblock quite dampstained, 17th- and 19th-century ownership inscriptions and rubberstamps to preliminaries; very good. An early treatise on gambling and games of chance by a Flemish doctor, whose work greatly influenced Jean Baptiste Thier's own Traité des jeux et des divertissements, qui peuvent être permis ou qui doivent être défendus aux chrestiens (Paris, 1686). An Elzevierian edition would be published in Amsterdam in 1642. Not in Adams, Brunet, BM-STC German, or Graesse; see Willems 988 for the Elzever edition.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
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