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2018-10-10 06:03:58
Thomas Powell
London: Thomas Powell. Condition: Good. Circa 1563. Quarto, bound in vertically striped modern boards, 24 leaves printed on both sides, blackletter font with large woodcut initials. Typical age-toning to the pages given its age, light creasing or wear to some pages. Apparently part of an edition of the statutes of Henry VIII, years 3-7; it collates 2 leaves, F-H6, If. Contains numberous interesting Acts, such as those regulating 'crosbowes and handgonnes'; archers and bowstaves; woolen cloths; etc. No Powell edition of these years is recorded in Proctor, 'Statutes', Beale, or STC. The woodcut title border (McKerrow and Ferguson 26) is an English version of the one of Tory's 'Champ Fleury', 1529. This book was purchased for $45 in 1970 out of an H. P. Kraus catalog and the purchaser retained the original Kraus catalog, the invoice for purchase, etc., and those papers are included here. In fact, the Kraus catalog 'List No. 200' uses as its cover illustration the border on the title page of the book in hand. OCLC cites a similar copy (only one) in the University of Michigan Law Library that is 33 leaves and collates as [E5]-[E6], F-G6, H3. As ours begins with a title page, catchwords align, and ends with 'God sayve the kynge' it appears complete and possibly the copy housed by Michigan is another portion of the statutes. Slight basement mustiness. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Caliban Books [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-10-09 22:46:35
Thomas Powell
London: Thomas Powell. Condition: Good. Circa 1563. Quarto, bound in vertically striped modern boards, 24 leaves printed on both sides, blackletter font with large woodcut initials. Typical age-toning to the pages given its age, light creasing or wear to some pages. Apparently part of an edition of the statutes of Henry VIII, years 3-7; it collates 2 leaves, F-H6, If. Contains numberous interesting Acts, such as those regulating 'crosbowes and handgonnes'; archers and bowstaves; woolen cloths; etc. No Powell edition of these years is recorded in Proctor, 'Statutes', Beale, or STC. The woodcut title border (McKerrow and Ferguson 26) is an English version of the one of Tory's 'Champ Fleury', 1529. This book was purchased for $45 in 1970 out of an H. P. Kraus catalog and the purchaser retained the original Kraus catalog, the invoice for purchase, etc., and those papers are included here. In fact, the Kraus catalog 'List No. 200' uses as its cover illustration the border on the title page of the book in hand. OCLC cites a similar copy (only one) in the University of Michigan Law Library that is 33 leaves and collates as [E5]-[E6], F-G6, H3. As ours begins with a title page, catchwords align, and ends with 'God sayve the kynge' it appears complete and possibly the copy housed by Michigan is another portion of the statutes. Slight basement mustiness. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Caliban Books [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-10-08 01:15:29
Calvin, John
Geneva: 1563. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: kingstonrarebooks [Hull, GB]
2018-10-07 05:57:27
(COUNTER-REFORMATION). LINDANUS, WILHELMUS [LINDT, WILLEM VAN DER]
Coloniae Agrippinae [Cologne]: Maternus Cholinus, 1563. Third Edition. This is an important work by a leader of the Counter-Reformation in Holland, offered in a binding by a well-known Augsburg artisan. Lindanus (Willem van der Lindt, 1525-88) was a Dutch Catholic theologian during the period when Calvinist belief was sweeping through the Low Countries. Loyal to Philip II, the Spanish monarch of Holland, Lindanus supported the cause of Catholicism through his many books and in his offices as chief inquisitor of Holland, bishop of Ruremonde, and bishop of Ghent. First published in 1560, this examination of the gospels is one of his major works. Haebler documents the binder Simon Thumm in Augsburg as early as 1528, and notes that he was still in business there through the middle of the 16th century. The rolls used on our binding have also appeared on works published in 1554 and 1564.. 333 x 206 mm. (13 x 8"). 14 p.l., 720 pp., [12] leaves. Third Edition. CONTEMPORARY BLIND-STAMPED PIGSKIN over bevelled wooden boards BY SIMON THUMM (medallion roll signed with initials "S. T."), covers with multiple blind rolled frames, including palmettes, Thumm's David / Saint Paul / Saint John / Salvador Mundi roll (Haebler #2) and the signed medallion role with helmeted and laurel-wreathed heads (Haebler #5), central strip with repeating acorn stamps, raised bands, later tan morocco label, two original brass clasps. Title page with early ink owner inscriptions; occasional contemporary marginalia; modern bookseller's description laid onto rear pastedown. Adams L-720; VD16 L 1941. For the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [US]
2018-10-07 02:36:52
AGRICOLA GIORGIO
Basilea, Hieronimo Frobenio Episcopio, 1563. In folio, perg. dell’inizio del sec. XX con stemma araldico impresso in oro ai piatti; pp. (12), 542, (10), con due tavv. f. t. (inserite tra le pagine 112 e 113) e 292 illustrazioni in xilografia tratte dai legni dell’edizione originale pubblicata a Basilea nel 1556. Prima edizione in lingua volgare italiana della prima opera monografica sulla metallurgia e sull’estrazione dei minerali. Dibner, Heralds of science, 88 (ed. 1556). “Printing and the Mind of Man”, 79 (id.). Ferguson, Bibliotheca chemica, I, pag. 9. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Docet di Rabiti Loris [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2018-10-06 23:15:43
Lyon: Guillaume Rouillé, 1563. Antique, authentic, original edition, POST INCUNABULA BIBLE. Shipping is with DHL.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracay , VE]
2018-10-06 09:02:24
PAESE ORTENSIO - ORTENSIO LANDO
ANDREA ARRIVABENE VENEZIA, 1563. Vol. in 16°, legatura piena pelle coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso. PARADOSSI cc. 86 + 1 n.n. marca tipografica in xilografia %Pria che le labbra bagnerai la fronte"; CONFUTATIONE cc. 24. marca xilografica. Iniziali in xilografia. Antiche note manoscritte agli sguardi dei piatti. Copia molto buona.
Bookseller: Hobbylibri [IT]
2018-10-06 07:00:33
Giovanni Francesco CAMOCIO (Attivo a Venezia tra 1558 - 1575)
La carta raffigura parte del Friuli, la Slovenia, la Croazia e parte della Bosnia. Cartograficamente deriva dalle mappe dell'Italia e dei Balcani compilate da Giacomo Gastaldi. Fu copiata solo due anni dopo da Ferrando Bertelli; una copia pressochè identica. Il Woodward attribuisce la paternità di entrambe le incisioni a Paolo Forlani. La rarità di questo esemplare è nella data di edizione: si tratta di una ristampa del 1591 a cura di Donato Bertelli, che inserisce il suo indirizzo nel cartiglio al luogo di quello posto dal Camocio "in Venetia appresso Gioan Francesco Camotio al segno della Piramide". Della carta del Camocio fino a questo momemto erano conosciuti solo tre edizioni (o meglio stati); la prima del 1563, una ristampa del 1566 ed una senza il nome dell'editore. Questa edizione risulta sconosciuta a tutte le bibliografie, rappresentando quindi il quarto stato della carta del Camocio. Incisione in rame, con inusuali margini coevi, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rarissima. Bibliografia: Tooley 189/191. Dimensioni 410x270. - THE ONLY KNOWN EXAMPLE OF THE FOURTH STATE - Map illustrated by Bifolco/Ronca, Cartografia Rara, p. 198, 73. The map depicts part of Friuli, Slovenia, Croatia and part of Bosnia. It derives from the maps of Italy and the Balcans engraved by Giacomo Gastaldi. Two years later, Ferrando Bertelli realized an almost identical copy. Woodward ascribes both engravings to Paolo Forlani. The peculiar charcteristic of this plate is the date; it is a reissue of 1591 edited by Donato Bertelli, who added his address in the cartouche where Camocio had engra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-10-05 18:37:44
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1563. Ordinance of Philips II, restricting the hunt on the Veluwe and fixing the game laws, in order to protect the royal hunting prerogatives (privileges) in this district of Guelders. Dutch.Issued in the city of Arnhem on the 29th of March, 1563. [Deventer]: [Steenbergen (I), Simon], [1563]. Rare, with interesting typography. H 405 x 295 mm, in-plano, one sheet. Poor condition. Large reinforced hole. Horizontal and vertical creases. Discolouration, especially around middle lacuna and vertical centre crease, tear in latter. Fraying on bottom edge of sheet. Handwritten on verso side in dark brown ink is twice: ‘Quartier van Arnhem Anno xv [ ].’ (contemporary handwriting?) and ‘1568’ (later hand?). With additional information identifying the anonymous printer as Simon Steenbergen. PAM071.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2018-10-03 23:19:40
(COUNTER-REFORMATION). GARET, JEAN
Antverpiae [Antwerp]: Apud Martini Nutii viduam, 1563. The masterpiece of Counter-Reformation writer Jean Garet (or Garetius), this defense of transubstantiation is in an attractive binding that offers us insight into the world of making books in the 16th century. Garet (d. 1571) was an Augustinian canon in Belgium who worked tirelessly to defeat Protestantism, writing and preaching in passionate defense of traditional Catholic teachings. In this work, first published in 1561, he cites patristic texts to prove the real presence of Christ in the bread and wine of the Eucharist. Our binding is decorated with rolls by one of the most prolific stamp cutters in 16th century Germany: known as the Meisters NP for the monogram with which they signed their tools, they were active in Germany from 1549 to the mid 1560s. Haebler and other scholars have identified 30 rolls with this monogram that were used by binderies in Switzerland, the Low Countries, and various parts of Germany; however, they have been unable to uncover the identity of the artisan[s] or the place where the business was located. As Goldschmidt observes, "although we know nothing about N. P.'s name, personality, or domicile, his activity is proof of the far-reaching specialisation that had developed in the production of binders' tools by the middle of the 16th century. Obviously, the yearly Frankfurt Fair and other similar institutions helped to secure a world-wide sale for books as well as for the accessories of the book trade.. 180 x 105 mm. (7 x 4 1/4"). 8 p.l., 227, [12] leaves. VERY FINE CONTEMPORARY BLIND-STAM … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [US]
2018-10-03 07:09:12
1563. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-01 08:03:56
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Condition: Très bon état. TYPOGRAPHIA ANTONII IULLIERON. 1563. In-8. Relié plein cuir. Très bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. Bel ouvrage post-incunable. d'environ 700 / 800 pages. Reliure plein veau fauve. Pièce de titre bordeaux. Titre et caissons dorés sur le dos. Tranches rouges. Gouttière régulière.. . . . Classification Dewey : 93-Incunables. sku : RO80069043.
Bookseller: Le-livre.com [FR]
2018-09-27 08:24:18
1563. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-26 21:43:33
JOANNES ACTUARIUS
p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 8.0px 0.0px; line-height: 28.0px; font: 17.0px Helvetica; color: #000000; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 8.0px 0.0px; line-height: 21.0px; font: 17.0px Helvetica; color: #000000; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} span.s1 {font-family: 'Helvetica'; font-weight: normal; font-style: normal; font-size: 17.00pt; font-kerning: none} Very rare 16th century medieval medical book; JOANNES ACTUARIUS. De Urinis. . . Libri VII. Ambrosio Leone Nolano interprete. . . Antonii Thylesii Cosentini de Coloribus. [8] leaves; 447, (1) pages. Woodcut printer's device on final leaf. 8vo, old limp vellum; worn, head of spine chipped, some soiling, foxing, minor stains, worming, etc., generally a sound, unsophisticated copy. Basileae: Haeredes Andreae Cratandri, [1563] Not dated Exterior acceptable Interior fair Second Cratander edition of the "most complete medieval treatise on urinoscopy."-Garrison-Morton 2666, citing the 1529 Cratander edition; Durling 2579; not in Wellcome. Author: Johannes Zacharias Actuarius (c. 1275 - c. 1328 son of Zacharias, was a Byzantine physician in Constantinople. He practiced with some degree of credit, as he was honored with the title of Actuarius, a dignity frequently conferred at that court upon physicians. Very little is known of the events of his life, and his dates are debated, as some reckon him to have lived in the eleventh century, and others place him as recently as the beginning of the fourteenth. He probably lived towards the end of the thirteenth century, as one of his works is dedicated to his tutor, Joseph … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-09-25 22:41:43
Petrarca, Francesco
Venetia / Venice: Appresso Nicolo Bevilacqua, 1563.
Bookseller: Caliban Books [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-09-21 07:12:45
Pfintzing, Melchior) (+ Freidank)
Frankfurt, Chr. Egenolffs Erben 1563. Kl.-Folio. (4), 110 Bll. Mit Wappenholzschnitt und 117 halbseitigen Textholzschnitten von H. Burgkmair (13), L. Beck (77), H. Schäufelein (20) und anderen. Sie stammen überwiegend von den Originaldruckstöcken der Erstausgabe. (Angeb.:) Freidank: (Von Bescheydenheyt). Worms, S. Wagner (1539). Kl.-Folio. (3 [statt 4: ohne 1 weißes]), 39 (statt 40: ohne das letzte Bl.[Schluß des Registers und Druckver merk]) Bll. Mit Titelholzschnitt und Holzschnittbordüre sowie 50 halb- oder drittelseitigen Textholzschnitten; sie sind den Produktionen Grüningers in Straßburg verwandt. Lederband d. 18. Jahrhunderts (berieben, etwas bestoßen, Vordergelenk leicht angerissen) mit reicher Rückenvergoldung und goldgeprägtem Rückenschild. I: Fünfte Ausgabe; Überarbeitung des Textes durch B. Waldis. II: Fünfte Ausgabe, die zweite Wormser. Der "Theuerdank", von Maximilian I. initiiert und von S. v. Dietrichstein, M. Treitzsaurwein und M. Pfin(t)zing ausgearbeitet, hat die Werbung Maximilians um Maria v. Burgund als historischen Kern. Die Brautfahrt wird mit einer großen Anzahl von Erlebnissen und Abenteuern zu einer "allegorischen Darstellung des Ritterlebens" (H. Rupprich) gemacht. "Das Lebenswerk des Kaisers wird als siegreicher Kampf mit der bösen Welt um menschliche und göttliche Ehre dargestellt, wobei . die mittelalterliche Kreuzzugsidee eine Verherrlichung findet." (Ders.). Während der Text in seiner rückwärtsgewandten Mittelalterverherrlichung eher von Anfang an sperrig gewirkt hat, sind die Illustrationen und die Stimmigkeit der Bild - Text - Kompo sition … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur [Winnenden, Germany]
2018-09-20 04:31:04
FICINO, Marsilio
Venezia, Gabriel Giolito di Ferrari 1549, 1563. 2 Bde. in 1 geb. 8°. 12 nn. Bll., 320 Bll.; 16 nn. Bll., 213 Bll., 1 nn. Bl. Pgtm. d. Zt. m. hs. Rückentit. Mit je 1 Titelvign., Initialen u. gr. Druckermarke a. d. Schlußbl. Einzelne Bll. feuchtigkeitsrand. bzw. gebräunt. Vorderdeckel beschabt. Schließbänder fehlen. BM STC Italian Books 250; Nicht in Adams, Machiels - Seltene italien. Übersetzung der "Lettere" des Humanisten und Neo-Platonikers Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499), gewidmet Cosimo de Medici. Mit dem oft fehlenden zweiten Band.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2018-09-19 06:00:34
Judaica- Rare Hebrew printing of the Book of Psalms and the Pentateuch.
Basel, H. Froben & Nic. Episcopius, 1563. 12 x 9 cm. 377 (von 379), [5] S. Mit wiederholter Holzschnitt-Druckermarke. Modernes Halbpergament unter Verwendung eines Inkunabelblattes. Papier gebräunt, wasserrandig, gegen Ende stärker. Titelblatt faksimiliert. VD16 B 3108 . Prijs, Die Basler hebräischen Drucke 1964, Nr. 110. Darlow/Moule 5098. Vinograd, Thesaurus of the Hebrew book , Basle 107. Burmeister, Münster 133. Siebte und letzte Ausgabe, herausgegeben von Sebastian Lepusculus. Erstmals 1516 in Basel gedruckt und bis zur fünften Ausgabe von Sebastian Münster herausgegeben. Selten. Nur zwei erwähnte Exemplare bei Prijs, davon fehlt auch beim Ex. der Bodleian (wie hier) das Titelblatt. The first Basel edition dating from 1516 was edited by Sebastian Münster. This, the seventh and last of the Basel editions of the Sefer tehillim (Book of Psalms), together with the Chumash (Pentateuch), was edited by Sebastian Lepusculus. Title page in facsimile on old paper.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2018-09-10 09:30:48
Petrarca, Francesco; Alessandro Vellutello, commentary
Venetia / Venice: Appresso Nicolo Bevilacqua, 1563. Hardcover. Very Good. Published 1563, small quarto (8.3 inches; 21.2 cm) very good in embossed vellum binding dated 1564 on front cover, supplied flyleaves, bookseller's note in French affixed to pastedown, contents very good, with occasional woodcut head- and tail-pieces, (24) 213 leaves (i. e. 426 pp) (6 pp. table, register and endpiece). Contents complete, with prefatory biography of both Petrarca and his great love Laura, with an account of where they met and the course of their time together, plus Vellutello's valuable commentary on Petrarca's verse. Rare in a contemporary binding. Light varnishing to binding, 3 inch repaired split to spine, pages almost all clean and bright - two or three pages with small stains to fore edges.
Bookseller: Caliban Books [U.S.A.]
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2018-09-08 17:28:04
ALBUM AMICORUM
1563-1566. ______ Format : In-16. [105 x 73 mm] Collation : Reliure : Veau brun, plats entièrement ornés d'un décor à entrelacs et grotesques, dos orné, tranches dorées et ciselées, liens d'attaches. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ Bel album amicorum de Zénon Muilert, un étudiant ayant séjourné à Douai, Paris, Bourges, Orléans, Angers, Poitiers et Genève de 1563 à 1566. On y compte environ 80 contributions d'amis étudiants. Ils sont allemands, néerlandais ou français. 50 ont illustré leur contribution par un blason colorié. On y trouve : - l'humaniste Janus Dousa, [Johan van der Does], (f. 71) (Noordwijk, 1545-1604), magistrat, poète et patriote néerlandais qui a puissamment contribué à l'indépendance des Provinces-Unies. Il a inscrit d'une belle écriture cette sentence : "On se repent trop tard quand on est embarqué", daté de Paris 15 Décembre 1564. - Jean Aymini de Tarascon avec une longue note en français (f. 32). "Par amitié & grande courtoisies / M'avez prié d'avoir mes armoiries / Cher donc ami Mulert de noble race / Souvenez vous d'Aymini en toute place / Jean Aymini de Tharascon en Provence." Il a reproduit les armes des sa famille à la page précédente. Cette famille originaire d'Avignon est connue dès le XIIIe siècle. - On relève les noms de : Johan van Mathenesse, Johannes Palant, Remmer Benigha de Grimersum, Conrad Lemick de Gand, Henricus de Sternbergen, Albertus Buschius, Hen. a Briemen, Lucas Fruterius de Bruges, Hadrianus à Reede, Johannes W. Honburgensis, Adrianus Rapporda, Johannes van Schagen, Georgius de Renesse, Eustachius Unlnerius... De l'ouvrage de Parad … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2018-09-02 07:31:00
SAINT THOMAS D'AQUIN.
Parisiis, apud Joannem de Roigny, 1563. n-folio de (16)ff., 345ff. Plats d'époque conservés, dos à nerfs orné refait postérieurement (XIXeme), filets à froid encadrant les plats, fleuron doré au centre des deux plats, gardes renouvelées. (petites usures aux plats, restauration à la p. de titre, qqs. rousseurs) Ex-libris ancien sur la page de titre, marque au titre, lettres ornées. Belle impression. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Jardin des Muses [Saint-Pierre du Val, NORMA, France]
2018-08-19 07:39:45
AESOP
1563 Aesop’s Fables Greek Mythology Planudes Life of AESOP Illustrated Woodcuts “A doubtful friend is worse than a certain enemy. Let a man be one thing or the other, and we then know how to meet him.” Aesop, Aesop's Fables Aesop’s fables have been printed for centuries and include some of the most famous fables and tales of all time. Originating sometime in the 6th- to 7th-century BC, these tales have appeared in popular culture for well over 2000 years in the form of books, plays, songs, and visual media. Sixteenth-century examples of Aesop are increasingly rare, and this 1563 printing is no exception. The contents of this edition are the same as those from the 1535 Lyon edition with one addition; the inclusion of the Fables of Gabrias or Babrius. Like printings before it, this edition features a ‘Life of Aesop’ by Planudes’ and contributions by other authors such as, (per the title page verso), Laurentius Valla, Gulielmus Gudanus, Hadrianus Barlandus, Gulielmus Hermannus, Rimicius, Angelus Politianus, Petrus Crinitus, Plinius Secundus Nouocomensis, Aulus Gellius, and Laurentius Abstemius In addition to the popular and highly desirable contents, this edition features many in-text woodcut engravings throughout. This rare example is not found for sale elsewhere, and is also known to only exist in eight libraries across Europe! Very rare indeed! Item number: #4292 Price: $1500 AESOP Æsopi Phrygis et aliorum fabulæ quorum nomina sequens pagella indicabit, elegantissimis iconibus in gratiam studiose ivuentutis illustratae pluribusque cum indice locupletissimo Venetiis: apud D. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-08-09 14:04:53
Gesner (Gessner), Conrad:
Zürich, Froschauer, 1563,1557,1563. 4 Bl., fol. 171 (von 172), 6 Bl., fol. 263, 1 Bl., 6 Bl., fol. 202 (recte 201), 1 Bl.. Mit ca. 1000 teils halb- oder blattgroßen Holzschnitten, einige wenige davon ankoloriert. Folio. Schweinslederband d. Z. auf schweren Holzdeckeln, mit reicher Blindprägung, 5 Bünden und 2 intakten Leder-Messing-Schließen. Für die historische Einordnung des Universalgelehrten Conrad Gesner (1516-1565) und seines zoologischen Hauptwerkes "Historia animalium" (1551-87), dessen ersten vier Teile hier in der ersten deutschen Übertragung vorliegen (zusammengefaßt in 3 Büchern), rekurrieren Carter/Muir (PMM 77) auf die größten Namen dieser Wissenschaft: Aristoteles, Plinius, Ray und Linné. Hinzuzufügen wäre noch Buffon, der im enzyklodädischen Impetus und der Exaktheit der Abbildungen erst Gesner überholte. Gesner zog für die Abfassung der Texte die gesamte überlieferte Literatur ebenso wie Mythologie und das Fachwissen seiner zeitgenössischen Gelehrten heran auch benutzte er neben eigens für das Werk in Auftrag gegebene Abbildungen bereits vorhandene Holzschnitte wie den des berühmten Nashorns von Dürer. Nissen (Ill. Vogelbücher. S. 35) fügt hinzu: "In einem Brief (...) beklagt er Gessner sich z. B. lebhaft über den von seinem Verleger und Drucker Froschauer beschäftigten Kolorierer (...). Und in der Tat sind die unkolorierten Exemplare in der Regel vorzuziehen." Tenschert (Kat. 34/35, #71) nennt die Illustratoren: "An den Vorzeichnungen und den Holzschnitten des Werkes waren zahlreiche Künstler beteiligt, namentlich bekannt sind der Straßburger Maler Luka … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2018-08-09 11:16:30
Gesner (Gessner), Conrad:
Zürich, Froschauer, 1563,1557. 4 Bl., fol. 171 (von 172), 6 Bl., fol. 263, 1 Bl., 6 Bl., fol. 202 (recte 201), 1 Bl.. Mit ca. 1000 teils halb- oder blattgroßen Holzschnitten, einige wenige davon ankoloriert. Folio. Schweinslederband d. Z. auf schweren Holzdeckeln, mit reicher Blindprägung, 5 Bünden und 2 intakten Leder-Messing-Schließen. Für die historische Einordnung des Universalgelehrten Conrad Gesner (1516-1565) und seines zoologischen Hauptwerkes "Historia animalium" (1551-87), dessen ersten vier Teile hier in der ersten deutschen Übertragug vorliegen (zusammengefaßt in 3 Büchern), rekurrieren Carter/Muir (PMM 77) auf die größten Namen dieser Wissenschaft: Aristoteles, Plinius, Ray und Linné. Hinzuzufügen wäre noch Buffon, der im enzyklodädischen Impetus und der Exaktheit der Abbildungen erst Gesner überholte. Gesner zog für die Abfassung der Texte die gesamte überlieferte Literatur ebenso wie Mythologie und das Fachwissen seiner zeitgenössischen Gelehrten heran; auch benutzte er neben eigens für das Werk in Auftrag gegebene Abbildungen bereits vorhandene Holzschnitte wie den des berühmten Nashorns von Dürer. Nissen (Ill. Vogelbücher. S. 35) fügt hinzu: "In einem Brief (...) beklagt er <Gessner> sich z. B. lebhaft über den von seinem Verleger und Drucker Froschauer beschäftigten Kolorierer (...). Und in der Tat sind die unkolorierten Exemplare in der Regel vorzuziehen." Gesners Zoologie markiert, wie die Wissenschaft in der Renaissance überhaupt, den Schnittpunkt von Altertum und Moderne, Mytholgie und Empirie. Wissen durch Hörensagen steht neben eigener Anschauung, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2018-08-09 08:26:48
1563. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-08-09 07:32:47
Spiegel, Jakob und Matthias Wesenbeck
Basel, Herrwagen / Oporinus, 1564, 1563. [gestochenes Titelblatt 275] Bl., 344 Sp., [3] Bl. / [10] Bl., 405, [1] S., [20] Bl. Folio Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit mit Beschägen und Schliessen (Reformatoreneinband mit blindgeprägten Porträts von Luther und Melanchton auf den Deckeln. 1: VD16 S 8314; Stintzing-L. 1, 579 f.; ADB XXXV, 156; Kaspers 126-127; Frühe Ausgabe bei Herwagen. Frühes und erfolgreiches, erstmals 1538 in Straßburg erschienenes juristisches Lexikon, das den spätmittelalterlichen "Vocabularius utriusque juris" ablöste. Spiegel, Neffe Wimphelings, zählte zum elsässischen Humanistenkreis. Der originelle Titelholzschnitt besteht aus einer geschmückten "Justinians-Säule", daran aufgehängt die Titelkartusche, darunter Lehrer und Schüler. 2:VD16 W 2157. Stintzing-Landberg I, 355 ? Matthias Wesenbeck (1531-1586) gehörte zu den bedeutendsten Juristen seiner Zeit und beeinflusste die juristische Literatur fast ein ganzes Jahrhundert lang. "Seine historische Bedeutung liegt hauptsächlich in seinen Paratitla oder dem Comment. in Pandectas und in Codicem" (Stintzing-Landberg I, 355). Einband sehr wohl erhalten, Buchblock etwas wurmstichig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Germany]
2018-08-06 21:09:01
(Wolffhart, Conrad) - Conradius Lycosthenes:
Lugduni (Lyon), Antonium Vincentium, 1563. 12 n.n. Bll. + 1130 S. + 11 n.n. Bll. Priv. Ld. im Stile der Zeit. Neu aufgebunden in flexiblen Leder und mit neuen Vorsätzen, mit restauratorischen Eingriffen der 70ziger Jahre (?). - Stärker fleckig, Gbrsp., tlw. Fehlstellen m. Buchstabenverlust (geschlossen m. Japanpapier: Bl. 1-3 sowie die letzten drei Blatt des Register). Druckermarke am Titel teilkoloriert. Besitzsign. u. St. a. T., tlw. m. zarten hds. Anm. in den Marginalien. - Der Verleger und Buchhändler Antoine Vincent lebte sowohl in Genf als auch in Lyon. In der Entstehungszeit dieses Buch hatte er mit Jean Frellon eine Geschäftsbeziehung, deswegen haben alle über das KVK zu erreichenden Exemplare als Verleger Frellon - und nicht wie hier Vincent - angeführt. - Wolffhart, (um 1518 - 1561), studierte Geschichte, Theologie und Philosophie in Heidelberg und schloß 1539 mit der Promotion zum Dr. phil. ab. Er lebte seit 1542 als Prof. von einer Diakonspfründe in Basel und widmete sich dem Verfassen enzyklopädischer Werke unterschiedlicher Sachgebiete Unter anderem veröffentlichte Wolffhart die vielfach aufgelegten und weit verbreiteten Apophthegmata, ex probatis Graecae Latinaeque linguae scriptoribus collecta (1555). Sein umfangreiche Historiensammlung mit Beispielen für alle Lebenslagen, Theatrum vitae humanae (1565, 1571, 1586/87), wurde erst von seinem Schwiegersohn Theodor Zwinger abgeschlossen, herausgegeben und erweitert. Die von dessen Sohn 1604 herausgebrachte umfassendste Ausgabe war der Grundstock des Magnum theatrum vitae humanae, das unter der Leitung des Antw … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek [Austria]
2018-08-06 10:42:41
Calvin, John
1563 J.Calvin 'Harmony Of Evangelists' BINDING. Latin Christian Bible Theology 1563 J.Calvin 'Harmony Of Evangelists' BINDING. Latin Christian Bible Theology Click images to enlarge Description 'Harmonia Ex Tribus Evangelistis Composita, Matthaeo, Marco, Et Luca: Adjuncto Seorsum Johanne, Quod Pauce Cum Allis Communia Habeat' ​By John Calvin [1509-1564] ​Excud. Nicolaus Barbirius & Thomas Courteau. ​Dated: M.D.LXIII. [1563] Octavo [7.50'' tall x 5.00'' wide x 1.50'' thick]. Collates [xxxii], 688p as per Worldcat. A good, solid copy of this work. Marginal paper repair to the title [not affecting any text] and a little wear/soiling. Light reading wear in the odd place otherwise a solid and mainly clean copy. A few scattered light water marks. Some early marginal annotations. ​Overall a very nice copy of the 16th.c. imprint of this work by John Calvin. Bound in a fine new tan calf binding. Raised bands, blind lines and borders. Hand tooled gilt-lettered label to the spine. Solid and very attractive new binding. ********************************************** Buy with confidence. At Humber Books we have been retailing 17th.C. theology and Bibles worldwide since 1972. ********************************************** Images sell! Get Supersized Images & Free Image HostingCreate your brand with Auctiva's Customizable Templates. Attention Sellers - Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva.com. Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter.
Bookseller: Humber-Books (humber-books) [Kingston Upon Hull, GB]
2018-08-05 23:31:12
Malaspina
Venice: Somascum, 1563. Fair-good antiquarian condition, some damage to vellum at top spine, see listing for complete details. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: greekdrama [Toronto, Ontario, CA]
2018-07-31 07:04:07
Concile de Trente). CHARLES IX.
Patavii, Apud Christophorum Cryphium, 1563, petit in-4 de 4 ff. n.ch. ; demi-percaline bradel XXe. -Très bel exemplaire. Exigences gallicanes de Charles IX lors du Concile de Trente (1562-1563).Rare. Le CCFr. et l'U.S.T.C. ne localisent qu'un seul exemplaire en France, celui de la B.N.F..Au début de l'année 1563, les ambassadeurs de France présentent au Pape les 34 articles de réformation voulus par Charles IX.Après lecture, le Pape estima que ces articles visaient à saper l'autorité religieuse : il adressa un courrier à Charles IX pour lui indiquer qu'il souhaitait que le concile prît en compte une partie seulement de ces articles. Le Pape adressa ces 34 articles au concile : ils furent au centre de violents débats.
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE PHILIPPE SERIGNAN [AVIGNON, France]
2018-07-25 22:53:49
BERTELLI Ferdinandus
1563. in-4, legatura post. in cuoio, tit. oro al dorso a cinque nervi. Il vol. si compone di: frontespizio inc. con figure allegoriche e 64 tavole finemente incise da Bertelli (delle quali 60 num. e 4 n.n.), raffiguranti uomini e donne di diverse popolazioni. Le incisioni furono anticamente rimarginate con carta forte alla battuta del rame ed elegantemente presentate in volume. Prima edizione estremamente rara. Incisore, calcografo, cartografo e mercante di stampe con bottega "all'insegna di San Marco", Bertelli fu attivo dal 1561 al 1572. Svolse un ruolo di straordinaria importanza nel diffondere a Venezia carte geografiche di autori italiani e stranieri, pur con adattamenti e riduzioni. Di notevole interesse furono le stampe a carattere popolare, ora rarissime, che uscirono dalla sua bottega, e quelle di genere profano, tra le quali spicca per eleganza ed importanza documentale questa serie di costumi, evidentemente influenzate da quelle di Cesare Vecellio, ma di gran lunga superiori per finezza di tratto e rarità; le ultime 4, fuori numeraz., sono copie in controparte da Enea Vico. Ottimo e pregiato esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-07-20 05:45:59
Ziletti, Giovanni Battista
Venice: (Apud Cominum de Tridino Montisferrati), 1563. Vellum. Very good. 4to. ff.(68),416. Double column text. Title with large woodcut "fountain" device. Text with 32 woodcut portraits, one larger one and 31 smaller (approx. 2" x 2") of legal scholars. Large & small woodcut initials. Cont. vellum, with morocco spine label, lightly chipped. Vellum with some soiling and discoloration. Overall a very nice copy with the elaborate engraved bookplate, dated 1771, of Jacobus Maximilianus, Count of the Holy Roman Empire, engraved by Italian engraver Teodoro Viero. A handbook on criminal law (Roman law) with contributions by many contemporary legal scholars, edited and compiled by Ziletti. Not in Adams. BL Italian STC (Supplement) p. 83. The first printing under this title is 1556, the second printing is 1563, with the editor's further revisions. Later editions appeared in 1570 and 1580.
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2018-07-19 18:27:33
Ovidius Publius Naso
Francesco de' Franceschi, In Venetia, 1563. In-8° (205x145mm), ff. (6), 266, (1), legatura settecentesca in pieno vitello con doppio filetto a secco lungo il perimetro dei piatti. Dorso adorno di titolo in oro su tassello granata e di ricchi motivi fitomorfi in oro. Tagli rossi, unghie decorate in oro, sguardie pavonate policrome, segnacolo. Impresa tipografica in xilografia al titolo con allegoria della Pace in forma di donna seduta accanto a una colonna, con ramo d'olivo nella sinistra e il braccio destro poggiato su una cornucopia, il tutto entro cornice figurata con motto Per me qui si riposa e in ciel si gode. Capilettera xilografici figurati. In principio di ogni canto una testatina xilografica figurata con scene mitologiche ispirate al poema ovidiano. Dedicatoria di Giuseppe Orologi a Margherita di Valois, duchessa di Savoia e di Berri. Indici e annotazioni in fine di ogni canto. Registro al colophon. Testo su due colonne. Annotazione ottocentesca al verso del risguardo anteriore con indicazione di prezzo dell'epoca nel commercio antiquario. Qualche sporadica brunitura e alone. Bell'esemplare, leggermente corto di margini. Riedizione veneziana (prima edizione commentata da Giuseppe Orologi) della più importante versione italiana cinquecentesca delle Metamorfosi, dedicata ad Enrico II, con gli argomenti di Francesco Turchi. L'edizione originale della traduzione era apparsa a Parigi nel 1555. Il Dell'Anguillara, nativo di Sutri, fu poeta e correttore di stamperia a Roma e a Venezia. S.T.C. Italian Books, p. 482. Graesse, V, 94, note. Schweiger, II, 689. Ebert 15509. Ma … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2018-07-07 08:38:42
Antonio LAFRERI (Salins, Giura 1512 - Roma 1577)
Acquaforte e bulino, 1563, datata in lastra in basso a destra. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "aquila nel cerchio con corona" (Woodward 55), rifilata al rame e con margini coevi aggiunti, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Prima rappresentazione a stampa del porto di Valletta, stampata a Roma e probabilmente opera della tipografia Salamanca & Lafrery, nel periodo in cui il Lafrery collaborava con il figlio di Antonio Salamanca, Francesco. L'opera è basata sul manoscritto di Bartolomeo Genga del 1558, il progetto originale per la città fortificata. Della mappa venne subito realizzata una replica a Venezia nello stesso anno e successivamente fu il prototipo di diverse mappe dell'assedio del 1565 di Zenoi, Lafrery stesso e Glaser. Nel 1566 il Lafrery usò la lastra e la aggiornò cambiando il disegno della cittadella fortificata che seguiva il progetto di Genga ed aggiornandolo con quello di Francesco Laparelli. Rarissima prima pianta del porto di Valletta. Le vicende dell'isola di Malta, della costruzione della città fortificata, la guerra contro i Turchi e il celebre assedio dell'isola costituiscono motivo di grande interesse nella civiltà rinascimentale europea, tanto da produrre una relativa cospicua letteratura e soprattutto una notevole produzione iconografica del susseguirsi degli eventi. Il Grande Assedio di Malta del 1565 rappresenta una pietra miliare nella storia delle isole maltesi, e anche un punto di svolta nella guerra tra i cristiani contro le forze dell'Impero Ottomano, conclusa con la celebre battaglia di Lepanto nel 1571. Nonos … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-07-04 06:41:08
Pietro Andrea Mattioli; Petrus Matthiolus
Lyon: Gabriel Coterius, 1563. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Bound in old gilt ruled calf. Rebacked, with original spine retained. 4to, 25 cm. Wood cut printer's devices, as well as botanical illustrations throughout the text. Collated: [55], 837, [2], 69, [3]. Mattioli's Apologia is bound at the end and has a separate title, dated 1562, and pagination. <br> Mattioli (1501-1577) was a Siennese doctor and naturalist. His Commentarii described more than one hundred new plants and contributed to the development of medical botany. This, his most important work, was first printed in 1544 in Italian, 1554 in Latin, French in 1561, Czech in 1562, and in German in 1563. The wood cuts in his work were accurate and standardized enough to allow for easy identification. While nominally a commentary on the work of the botanist Dioscordies, Mattioli significantly expanded the work by adding major new contributions. He relied in part on the contributions of the Turkish diplomat, Buscecq, his doctor, Quakelbeen, and the famed botanist, Luca Ghini, who founded the botanical garden in Pisa. In this work, Mattioli significantly provided the first known observation of a tomato being grown and eaten in Italy. He states that the tomato is fried in oil with salt and pepper. A description that was dutiful copied (and not doubt prepared) by a multitude of later authors. McCue, George Allen. "The History of the Use of the Tomato: An Annotated Bibliography." Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden (Missouri Botanical Garden Press) 39, no. 4 (November 1952): 291-2. Provenance: Kenn … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2018-06-18 07:13:11
CALVIN, Jean.
A Genève, De l'Imprimerie de Michel Blanchier, 1563, 1 volume de 350x225 mm environ, (1) f., (8) ff. ( titre, préface, table, argument), 850 pages-(1) fb.-369 pages-(1) fb.- (9) ff. (table), reliure plein vélin crème de l'époque, dos 5 nerfs portant titres manuscrits, reste un lien de fermeture sur 4. Notes manuscrites anciennes et tampon d'appartenance sur la première garde. Dernier plat en partie détaché, des rousseurs pages brunies et mouillures dans les marges, coins et coupes émoussés, fréquentes erreurs de pagination, sans manque de pages (confirmé par les signatures et réclames), petites galeries marginales et taches sur les derniers feuillets (30 derniers feuillets), petits défauts de marge. Jean Calvin (né Jehan Cauvin ; 10 juillet 1509 - 27 mai 1564) était un théologien et un pasteur français durant la Réforme protestante. Il fut le principal responsable du développement d'un courant de pensée théologique qui fut par la suite appelé calvinisme. Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène SARL [Lyon, France]
2018-06-11 20:54:11
Nizolio, Mario
Basel, Johannes Herwagen, 1563 4°, Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel., 5 Bl., 3095 [2194] Spalten (Paginierungssprung von 2099 auf 3000, danach falsch weiter paginiert. Ebenfalls Paginierungssprung 3092 auf 3094), 5 Bl. (Index). Fehlend: Impressum und Bl. m. Druckermarke, ansonsten komplett, Perg. d. Zeit., Kleiner Fehlstellen auf Deckel. Titelblatt neuer aufgezogen (Mit Fehlstelle, minimalen Textverlust), Namenszug a. Vorsatz. Innen etwas fleckig, min wasserrängig, einige Tuschflecken, 5 Bl.(Index mit min. Wurmfrass, kaum Textverlust.). Trotzdem ein gutes, breitrandiges Exemplar. (VD16 N 1791). Das Vorrede von Bonifacius Amerbach (1495-1562) mit der Jahreszahl von 1548. - Mario Nizolio (latinisiert Marius Nizolius (1498 in Brescello; + 1576 in Sabbioneta). italienischer Philosoph und Humanist. Nizolio lehrte an den Universitäten Parma und Sabbioneta. Berühmt wurde er durch seinen Thesaurus Ciceronianus. eine vielgelesene Verteidigung und Cicero-Charakteristik. die erstmals 1553 unter dem Titel De veris principiis et vera ratione philosophandi contra pseudophilosophos erschien und im 17. Jahrhundert unter dem Titel Antibarbarus philosophicus von seinem großen Bewunderer Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz mit einem eigenen Vorwort versehen zweimal neu herausgegeben wurde. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Alte Drucke - nach 1550 Altphilologie - Römer
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2018-06-10 07:20:42
DOLCE LODOVICO-ZACCHIA LAUDIVIO
Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, Venezia. In 16? (mm 150x100); pergamena rigida coeva, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Prima edizione della traduzione italiana del Dolce di questa celebre raccolta di lettere a vari sovrani europei, attribuite a Maometto ma in realt? composte da Laudivio Zacchia. Fu stampata la prima volta nel 1473 a Napoli e divenne molto popolare, considerato il grande interesse per l'espansione turca nel periodo che coincise con la scoperta della stampa a caratteri mobili; vennero stampate una ventina di edizioni nel Quattrocento. Cfr. Blackmer 955; Bongi II, 163; Graesse VI, 501. 192 pp. 16?(mm 150x100); contemporary vellum with manuscript tile on the back; Italian text, little light water stain in outer margin at the beginning; first edition of the Italian translation of the Dolce of this famous collection of letters written by Laudivio Zacchia, even if attributed in title to Muhammad; these very short letters were printed for the first time in 1473 in Naples and have about 20 incunabula editions, mainly addressed to the new public of books interested in the fall of Constantinople in 1453. Blackmer 955 for 1563 edition. letteratura. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2018-06-09 15:56:55
COVARRUVIAS, Didaci [Diego de Covarrubias y Leyva, 1512-1577]
NULL. Soft cover Salmanticae: Apud Ioannem à Canova, M. D. LXIII. [1563].- [10 h.], 155 folios, [1 h.]: Portada ornamentada con un grabado en madera de corte arquitectónico, el interior con bastantes letras capitales xilográficas. [SIGUE]: COVARRUVIAS, Didaci.- Sub Carolo. V. Romanorum Maximo Imperatore, primo Hispaniarum Rege. / [por] Didaci Covarruvias Toletani, olim ex Insigni dei maximi Salvatoris Collegio, in totius orbis celebratissimo Salmanticensi gymnasio, Iura Pontificia publico munere prositentis, nunc verò Episcopi Segobiensis in librum Quartum Decretalium Epitome, ex Quarta autoris recognitione aucta ac locuperata.- Salmanticae: Apud Ioannem à Canova, 1566.- [6 h.], 180 folios, [10 h.]: La portada con un gran escudo real xilográfico en el centro. Las dos obras formando un solo volumen encuadernado en pleno pergamino época, en 4º (28,5 x 21 cm.).- La primera de las obras con la portada algo sucia y con pequeñas marcas de pliegues en la misma, tambien tiene unos pocos párrafos subrayados de la época a tinta y el segundo libro con algunos párrafos subrayados de época a tinta y unas pocas notitas marginales manuscritas de la época a tinta. Por lo demás en excelente estado. Este autor toledano nace en 1512 y muere en Madrid en 1577. Estudió en la Univ. de Salamanca Derecho Canónico con Martín de Azpilicueta donde llegó a ser Catedrático de dicha meteria. Tambien en la Universidad de Salamanca conoció al P. Francisco de Vitoria y a Domingo de Soto, que fueron sus profesores de teología. Carlos V lo mandó como Obispo A Santo Domingo, más tarde lo fue de Ciudad … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda [ES]
2018-06-08 15:46:10
Commendone, Giovanni Francesco, cardinal (1524-1584).
No place or date. Oblong 12mo. 1 p. A catchphrase of radical Lutheranism, apparently quoted ironically by the Cardinal to expose the extremism of his opponents: "Incipit hareticus fieri, qui scripta Lutheri / Carpit, et infernum, ni resipiscat, adit" ("He who attacks Luther oversteps the threshold of heresy, and, unless he repents, goes to hell"). The Strasbourg Protestant theologian and Hebrew scholar Tobias Speccer (1563-1622) quoted the lines (in a slightly more extensive version, with variation) in his essay, "De vera Iesu Christi Ecclesia & Pontificia Romana opposita", published in 1617 in an academic volume celebrating the centenary of the Ninety-Five Theses, the primary catalyst for the Protestant Reformation. In this context, they give evidence of the extreme reverence Luther enjoyed among his disciples more than seven decades after his death. - Cardinal Commendone had performed various papal missions to the courts of Protestant rulers. The numerous letters which he wrote during his 1560/61 mission to Germany to invite the Catholic and Protestant Estates to the re-opened Council of Trent present a picture of the ecclesiastical conditions in the country during those times. - Some worming. 18th-century authentification note ("Autographum Cardinalis Commendone") in red ink at the foot of the clipped page.
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2018-06-03 07:25:23
CALVIN, Jean.
A Genève, De l'Imprimerie de Michel Blanchier, 1563, 1 volume de 350x225 mm environ, (1) f., (8) ff. ( titre, préface, table, argument), 850 pages-(1) fb.-369 pages-(1) fb.- (9) ff. (table), reliure plein vélin crème de l'époque, dos 5 nerfs portant titres manuscrits, reste un lien de fermeture sur 4. Notes manuscrites anciennes et tampon d'appartenance sur la première garde. Dernier plat en partie détaché, des rousseurs pages brunies et mouillures dans les marges, coins et coupes émoussés, fréquentes erreurs de pagination, sans manque de pages (confirmé par les signatures et réclames), petites galeries marginales et taches sur les derniers feuillets (30 derniers feuillets), petits défauts de marge. Jean Calvin (né Jehan Cauvin ; 10 juillet 1509 - 27 mai 1564) était un théologien et un pasteur français durant la Réforme protestante. Il fut le principal responsable du développement d'un courant de pensée théologique qui fut par la suite appelé calvinisme. Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène SARL [Lyon, France]
2018-06-01 07:20:09
PARACELSUS, Theophrastus Philippus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim
Georg Rabe and heirs of Weygand Han, Frankfurt, 1563. Three parts in one vol., 4to (182 x 144 mm), ff. [12], 115,[ 1]; [12, including final blank], 129, [1]; [74, including terminal blank], title to each part printed in red and black and with a fine woodcut illustration, and two large woodcut illustrations in the first part; small wormhole in blank margins of a few gatherings in third part, a very clean, attractive copy in contemporary German vellum with yapp edges on upper and lower edges as well as fore-edges, ruled in blind, yellow-green silk ties. FIRST EDITION OF PARACELSUS' GREAT SURGERY TO CONTAIN THESE FINE TITLE WOODCUTS, AND THE WOODCUT OF SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. The Wundartzney is Paracelsus’ most important medical work, and one which had immense influence on the practice of medicine. Besides surgery, it contains the first presentation of his radical medical ideas. ‘The most original medical thinker of the sixteenth century, Paracelsus was perhaps the first to apply chemistry to practical medicine . Paracelsus taught that medicine could not advance solely by clinging to established ideas but that there must also be "experimentation controlled by authoritative literature". His first book on surgical techniques . dealt with the complete treatment of wounds caused by piercing, shooting, burning, animal bites, bone fracture, and other injuries. Advocating sound surgical techniques, he also recognized the natural power of the body to heal’ (Le Fanu, Notable medical books p. 25). ‘Among Paracelsus’ practical achievements was his management of wounds and chronic ulcers. T … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Detlev Auvermann Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2018-05-27 05:41:26
PLINY the Elder
1563 Pliny the Elder Natural History Astronomy Magic Miracles Gemology Rome “The only certainty is that nothing is certain” – Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia, book II Pliny the Elder was one of the most important 1st-century Roman authors who is remembered for his encyclopedic work ‘Naturalis Historia’ which would become the model for encyclopedias. ‘Natural History’ is oft thought to the be single largest work surviving the Roman Empire and covers a vast field of knowledge including astronomy, meteorology, geography, zoology, botany, agriculture, medicine, as well as magic, alchemy and gemology. Pliny also notes some miraculous events in this book including floating islands on Lake Vadimo and gives special attention to magic, declaring that magic originated out of medicine and should have flourished alongside the developments in medicine. Item number: #3335 Price: $1750 PLINY the Elder C. Plinii Secundi Historiae mundi libri XXXVII : maiore, quàm hactenus vnquam, studio, fide, religione à vitiis quibus multiplici olim impressione contaminati fuerant, vindicati : adiectis ad marginem non minus doctis quàm succinctis castigatiunculis, partim è vetustissimorum codicum collatione erutis, partim grauissimorum scriptorum autoritate, doctissimorúmque hominum iudicio aptè appositis : quas ad syncerioris lectionis indagationem, velut in tenebris accensa face, non parum lucis confidimus allaturas : vnà cum indice totius operis copiosissimo, non pœnitenda rursus accessione locupletato, locísque propemodum innumeris, quæ cum autoris … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-05-17 19:08:22
PICTORIUS GEORGIUS
Henricum Petri, Basilea (Basel). Basilea (Basel) (1563) - Petri. 1 ff bb (non coevo), 87 pp, 8 pp nn, 1 ff bb(non coevo). Alcune incisioni xilografiche nel testo. Legatura novecentesca in piena pergamena con bel titolo calligrafato lungo tutto il dorso. Interno in ottimo stato di conservazione (qualche brunitura). Piccola macchia sbiadita sulle ultime due carte. Libro di estrema rarità scritto da George Pictorius da Villingen (Germania), 1500 - 1569 circa, sulle creature demoniache che infestano il mondo sublunare, quello cioè caratterizzato da tutte le forme di mutamento e costituito dai quattro elementi (terra, aria, acqua e fuoco). Il mondo sublunare è ben distinto da quello sopralunare o celeste (formato da etere) che non è soggetto né a mutazione né a corruzione. La prima parte del volume ("isagoge") è un dialogo tra Castore e Polluce sulle creature demoniache (Dæmones vertiginis, Dæmones meridiani, Dæmones ignei, ecc.) e sulla loro natura; la seconda parte ("epitome") descrive in dettaglio le varie numerose forme di magia ("De Necromantia", "De Leconomantia", "De Gastromantia", "De Captomantia", "De Onimantia", ecc.). Molto curiosa la figura relativa alla coscinomanzia, una tecnica di divinazione praticata osservando i movimenti di un setaccio posto in equilibrio sulla punta di un paio di forbici. La coscinomanzia veniva utilizzata nell'antica Grecia per determinare il colpevole di un crimine. Il Pictorius, professore di medicina a Friburgo (Germania), praticò la sua professione ad Ensisheim, un villaggio dell'Alsazia. Scrisse molte opere mediche, tuttavia mantenne se … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARCHETYPON STUDIO BIBLIOGRAFICO [Susa, TO, Italy]
2018-05-15 05:03:58
MEXIA (Pedro).
A Lyon, a l'Escu de Milan par Gabriel Cotier, 1563 (colophon: A Lyon, achevé d'imprimer par Jean d'Ogerolles, aux dépens de Gabriel Cotier, le XX de mars 1561). in-8. 946pp. 9ff. Plein maroquin havane janséniste, toutes tranches dorées sur marbrure (Duru 1857). Première traduction complète en français (second tirage avec titre de relance à la date de 1563), contenant la cinquième et dernière partie de cet ouvrage célèbre. Best-seller dans toute l'Europe dès sa parution en 1540, la "Selva" de Pedro Mejía (1497-1551) est une collection d'articles curieux sur les sujets les plus divers, qui reflétait de manière pittoresque le savoir et les croyances des humanistes de son époque. Elle laissa une empreinte significative chez ses contemporains (Shakespeare, Montaigne et Cervantes notamment) et elle servit de modèle à diverses imitations comme celle de Boistuau. "La première édition française, tout comme la première édition en espagnol, ne contenait que trois parties. Le volume des éditions françaises augmenta au fur et à mesure que que de nouvelles parties furent ajoutées aux éditions espagnoles. Ainsi à partir de 1556 les éditions françaises comprirent une quatrième partie, parue en Espagne en 1547. Dès 1561 elles offrirent une cinquième partie, publiée en espagnol en 1555 mais considérée comme apocryphe - en effet, explique Sylvie Cantrelle, Pedro Mejía était mort en 1551. Ce sont autant de preuves du grand succès que les Divers Leçons connurent en France" (Losada-Goya). Le titre s'inscrit dans un charmant encadrement typographique ornementé. Bel exemplaire soigneusement établi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-05-14 15:11:53
MIRANDOLA (Octaviano).
Anvers, Ioannem Bellerum, 1563. in-16. 687pp. 3ff. Veau, dos à nerfs orné, décor doré et à froid sur les plats (Reliure de l'époque). Rare édition de poche anversoise de cette curieuse anthologie des poètes latins classée par ordre alphabetique des sujets. Intéressant exemplaire contenant des annotations d'une écriture de l'époque (y compris sur le titre qui de ce fait est un peu taché). Reliure d'origine un peu restaurée. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-04-24 20:06:49
DOLCE LODOVICO-ZACCHIA LAUDIVIO
Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, Venezia, 1563. In 16? (mm 150x100); pergamena rigida coeva, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Prima edizione della traduzione italiana del Dolce di questa celebre raccolta di lettere a vari sovrani europei, attribuite a Maometto ma in realt? composte da Laudivio Zacchia. Fu stampata la prima volta nel 1473 a Napoli e divenne molto popolare, considerato il grande interesse per l'espansione turca nel periodo che coincise con la scoperta della stampa a caratteri mobili; vennero stampate una ventina di edizioni nel Quattrocento. Cfr. Blackmer 955; Bongi II, 163; Graesse VI, 501. 192 pp. 16?(mm 150x100); contemporary vellum with manuscript tile on the back; Italian text, little light water stain in outer margin at the beginning; first edition of the Italian translation of the Dolce of this famous collection of letters written by Laudivio Zacchia, even if attributed in title to Muhammad; these very short letters were printed for the first time in 1473 in Naples and have about 20 incunabula editions, mainly addressed to the new public of books interested in the fall of Constantinople in 1453. Blackmer 955 for 1563 edition. Nr.cat: Reg 154/17 [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2018-04-19 08:09:23
POMPE VAN MEERDERVOORT, Johan Lidius Cathrinus.
Cordier, Japonica, col. 588; Lipperheide 1563; Tiele, Bibl. 873. First edition of a rare and famous account of the Japanese Empire during the years when Japan slowly and cautiously opened up to the West. It pays particular attention to the relations between Japan and the European nations from the 15th century to the 1850s, when Japan concluded treaties with the Kingdom of the Netherlands, England and the United States. It ends with the complete texts of the treaties concluded by Japan after Perry's expedition: with the United States of America (March 1854), with Great Britain (October 1854), and finally with the Kingdom of the Netherlands (November 1855 and August 1858). With inscription and library stamp. The errata leaf bound at the beginning (upside-down), frontispieces heavily foxed, spots throughout and a large tear in the map professionally restored. Rebacked, as noted, with some wear to the extremities. Reasonable copy. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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2018-04-11 07:17:22
POMPE VAN MEERDERVOORT, Johan Lidius Cathrinus.
Cordier, Japonica, col. 588; Lipperheide 1563; Tiele, Bibl. 873. First edition of a rare and famous account of the Japanese Empire during the years when Japan slowly and cautiously opened up to the West. It pays particular attention to the relations between Japan and the European nations from the 15th century to the 1850s, when Japan concluded treaties with the Kingdom of the Netherlands, England and the United States. It ends with the complete texts of the treaties concluded by Japan after Perry's expedition: with the United States of America (March 1854), with Great Britain (October 1854), and finally with the Kingdom of the Netherlands (November 1855 and August 1858). With inscription and library stamp. The errata leaf bound at the beginning (upside-down), frontispieces heavily foxed, spots throughout and a large tear in the map professionally restored. Rebacked, as noted, with some wear to the extremities. Reasonable copy. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-04-08 20:19:19
Impressas en Alcala de Henares en casa de Sebastián Martinez. A costa de Iuan Escobedo librero en corte. Año de.M.D.LXIII. (1563). En folio, XVIII p., incluida portada con gran escudo imperial con águila bicéfala (pág. VI numerada por error como VII). Letra gótica con apostillas marginales en romana. PALAU, 235151 . [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: C.M.Garrido [madrid, Spain]
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