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2012-06-18 00:02:45
FORLANI, Paolo (fl. 1560-1571)
Venice: Bolognino Zaltieri, 1566. . Venice: Bolognino Zaltieri, 1566. Single sheet, float-mounted and framed (10 4/8 x 15 6/8 inches). EXCEPTIONALLY FINE engraved map of North America. THE EARLIEST PRINTED MAP DEVOTED TO THE CONTINENT OF NORTH AMERICA, AND THE FIRST MAP TO SHOW THE STRAIT OF ANIAN WHICH SEPARATES AMERICA FROM ASIA The modest dimensions of Paolo Forlani's rare and finely engraved map of North America belie its signal importance in the history of New World cartography. It is the earliest printed map devoted solely to North America, the first to portray that landmass as a separate continent and the first to show the so-called Strait of Anian separating America from Asia at the approximate location of the Bering Strait (in a purely coincidental instance of early geographical myth dovetailing with the discoveries of later exploration). North America "began to take shape geographically in the printing shops of Venice during the middle decades of the sixteenth century. The first depictions of the American continent appeared on early world maps as the eastern component of the Asian land mass" (Cohen). Entitled "Il Disegno Del Discoperto Della Nova Franza, il quale s'e hauuto ultimamente dalla nouissima nauigatione de' Franzesi in quel luogo" (or, 'The Drawing of the Discovery of New France, recently derived from the Newest Voyage of the French in that Region") Forlani based his rendering largely on the western part of a world map published by his colleague, the great Venetian cartographer Giacomo Gastaldi, several years before. Gastaldi had been t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
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2012-06-17 15:10:03
HOGENBERG, Franz (fl. ca.1540-1590)
[Cologne: Franz Hogenberg, 1566-1581]. 4 parts in one volume. Oblong 4to., (10 2/8 x 13 4/8 inches). 89 fine engraved plates composed of four series, numbered 1-13, 15-20; 1-27 (plate 6 torn with early repair affecting the image); 1-8, 13-20; and 1-12, 14, 21, 23, 24, 26-32, 34 and [35], mostly numbered and captioned in German in the plate, most with additional letterpress captions in French on slips laid down in the lower margin, blank versos (some creasing, one or two pale marginal stains). Contemporary limp vellum, yapp fore-edges, two pairs of new green silk ties (small abrasion to yapp fore-edge on the lower cover with loss, some staining). A RARE collection of four series of plates by Franz Hogenberg which graphically illustrate the Spanish atrocities of the 80 Years War, the war fought between Catholic Spain and the Protestant Netherlands which resulted in the independence of the Netherlands from Spain, the separation of the Southern part of the Netherlands (Flanders) from the Northern part; and the formation of the United Provinces of the Netherlands, as the Dutch Republic. These plates were subsequently collected by Michael von Eytzinger (ca 1530 - 1598), and published under the title "Novus ad Hispaniae et Hungariae reges ter maximos de Leone Belgico" in 1583. That first collected edition contained the famous map of the United Provinces as "Leo Belgicus" and 112 plates, but between then and 1588 several issues were published with the final plate-count exceeding 200. The opening plate shows the "Compromise of Nobles", the gentlemen of Brabant demanding religious … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries [United States]
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2012-06-08 10:30:00
AD SALAMENDRAE IN VICO MARCATORIO, LYON, 1566. Used. R260128226. COMMUNES SENTENTIAE SIVE OPINIONES IURIS CONSULTORUM E IVRIS CAESA-REI.. 1566. In-4. Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage, Plats abîmés, Dos abîmé, Mouillures. 384 pages. Plein cuir marron, dos à 6 nerfs, titres, caissons ornés dorés. Texte en latin sur 2 colonnes. Nombreux manques sur le revêtement des plats at au dos. Petits trous de passage de vers sur quelques pages n'altérant pas la lecture. Ecritures à l'encre sur la page de titres. Quelques trits de crayon rouge en marge du texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 870-Littératures des langues italiques. Littérature latine.
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2012-06-03 12:24:04
[LE MOYNE, Jean].
Lyon Benoist Rigaud 1566.. Nouvellement revue &augmente. 16°. Tit., 112 S. Pgmt. d. Zt. Fleckig. Ecken restaur.. BM French Books S. 409 - Beigeb.: [SIGNOT, Jacques]. La Division du monde, Contenant la declaration des provinces regions d'Asie, Europe, & Afrique. Ensembles les passages, par lesquelz on peut passer des Gaules es parties d'Italie: Traitant de olusieurs belles matieres par lesquelles on pourra facilement avoir la description de la carte Gallicane. Les noms des Archeveschez, Eveschez, Abbayes du Royaume de France... Ebda. Rigaud & Jean Saugrain 1557. 160 S. (BM French books S. 33)
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2012-06-03 12:24:04
[LE MOYNE, Jean]
Lyon Benoist Rigaud 1566.. Nouvellement revue &augmenté. 16°. Tit., 112 S. Pgmt. d. Zt. Fleckig. Ecken restaur. BM French Books S. 409 - Beigeb.: [SIGNOT, Jacques]. La Division du monde, Contenant la declaration des provinces regions d'Asie, Europe, & Afrique. Ensembles les passages, par lesquelz on peut passer des Gaules es parties d'Italie: Traitant de olusieurs belles matieres par lesquelles on pourra facilement avoir la description de la carte Gallicane. Les noms des Archeveschez, Eveschez, Abbayes du Royaume de France... Ebda. Rigaud & Jean Saugrain 1557. 160 S. (BM French books S. 33)
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2012-05-23 16:24:26
Acciaiuoli, Donato
Venice: Apud Vincentium Valgisium, 1566 First edition of the uncommon commentary on Aristotle's Politics. OCLC notes ten copies in North America. . Contemporary stiff vellum with gilt paste-paper label on spine, edges mottled in brown and red. Octavo. With the final blank. Woodcut printer's device of a T-bar with snake and hands on title-page and last leaf, attractive woodcut historiated initial letters. Several contemporary marginal annotations in the beginning of the text, a little light dampstaining at lower margin at end, never intruding into text. A very good, attractive copy. Donato Acciaiuoli (1429-1478) was an Italian scholar, humanist, and statesman, and a member of the powerful Florentine Acciaiuoli family. He studied under the Byzantine scholar John Argyropoulos and was renowned for his abilities in Greek nd mathematics. He wrote Latin translations of some of Plutarch's ''Lives'' (Florence, 1478); a commentaries on Aristotle's Ethics, as well as this one on Politcs, and lives of Hannibal, Scipio and Charlemagne, and a translation of Bruni's history of Florence into Italian. He was also an important diplomat. He died at Milan in 1478, when on his way to Paris to ask the aid of Louis XI on behalf of the Florentines against Pope Sixtus IV.
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I
2012-05-22 16:00:48
Apud Hieronymum Wallaeum ad intersigne Diamantis,, Lovanii, 1566. Cm. 15,5, cc. (14) 294. Bei fregi e capolettera nel testo. Legatura strettamente coeva in pergamena floscia con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Qualche segno d'uso, ma esemplare genuino e marginoso. Timbro di biblioteca religiosa estinta. E' inoltre presente un foro di tarlo che interessa le ultime carte con perdita di lettere. Edizione non comune, non in Adams. Collazione conforme ad Iccu.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2012-05-05 11:36:24
(Riederer Friedrich)
. . VD 16, R 2341 - Benzing 1566 (= Schmidt 136) - Stobbe 1, 160 - Stintzing-L. I/1, 84 - Kaspers 178 - Goedeke I, 444.5 - Nickisch, Briefsteller 14.- Fünfte (4. rechtmäßige) Ausgabe (sehr selten, fehlt in der Brit. Library u. bei Adams.- Das Original druckte der Autor 1493 in Freiburg selbst.- Keine eigentliche Übersetzung Ciceros (dennoch die erste Übertragung eines Textes von Cicero ins Deutsche), sondern ein gerichtliches Formularbuch, das auf diesem u. auf anderen antiken Autoren beruht. "Besteht aus drei Teilen. Vom ersten Teil zur Theorie der Rhetorik sagt der Verfasser, daß er sie aus Ciceros Rhetorik zusammengestellt und 'uß latein zu Tütsch geleitet' habe. Anschließend wird die Abfassung von Urkunden und Briefen behandelt mit einer Musterbriefsammlung. Im 3. Kapitel werden Kontrakte u. a. Rechtsgeschäfte erläutert. Weitgehend berücksichtigt wird bereits das römische Recht" (Kaspers). - "Zwar für die Praxis bestimmt, aber zugleich eine theoret. Belehrung" (Stintzing-L.). Einer der frühesten Briefsteller überhaupt in deutscher Sprache.- Tls. etw. fleckig u. mit kl. Randläsuren, Ebd. leicht verzogen, berieben u. bestoßen, Rücken gering aufgeplatzt, Schließbänder fehlen, insges. gutes, sehr breitrandiges Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2012-04-27 09:43:43
Rauscher, H. M.
(Nürnberg, Knorr), 1566. 87 (statt 88, ohne das letzte weiße) Blatt. Einfacher Halbleinwandeinband Ende 19. Jahrhunderts. VD 16, R 418. Jöch.-Gel.-Lex. III, 1983. Will, Nürnb. Gel.-Lex. III, 269. ADB XXVII, 448. Titel in Rot und Schwarz. Rauscher, von Goedeke (II, 485) als Vorläufer Fischarts bezeichnet, starb 1569. Geburtsort, Geburtsjahr und Todestag sind unbekannt. Er war 1548 Diakonus an der Lorenzkirche zu Nürnberg, verlor aber seine Stellung weil er gegen das Augsburger Interim - einen vorläufigen Kompromiss zwischen protestantischen und katholischen Landesfürsten bzw. dem Kaiser - opponiert hatte, wurde Prediger zu Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, dann zu Kemnat, zuletzt Hofprediger zu Amberg. Neben Predigten "hat er sich besonders durch polemische und satirische Schriften wider die römische Kirche sich bekannt gemacht, aber auch heftige Angriffe sich zugezogen." (ADB). Es sind ein zeytlang viel frommer Christen / hin und wider auff den Landtägen, in sonderheit von irer Oberkeit / so sich Catholisch rhuemen / und doch nie gelernet haben / auch nicht wissen was wahrhaftig Catholisch sey" (Aus der dem Grafen zu Salm gewidmeten Vorrede)- Selten. Einband teils beschabt und bestoßen. In den Blatträndern teils fingerfleckig. Titel mit kleinem angesetztem Eckabriss, sonst ausgesprochen sauber und gut. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: A la Recherche [Bonn, Germany]
2012-04-27 09:43:43
Rüxner, Georg
Frankfurt, Feyerabend 1566. 31 cm. 3 Teile in 1 Band. (6), 243, (3) Blatt; (4) Blatt, Blatt 1-64; Blatt 65-81. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt, 120 Textholzschnitten (teils wiederholt) , 1 doppelseitigen Holzschnitt und Druckermarke von Jobst Amman sowie über 300 Wappenholzschnitten, Titel rot und schwarz. Pergamentband der Zeit - VD16 R 3544 - Becker, Amman 8a - Lipperheide 1965 Tb10 - Hollstein, German II, 28 und 44 - Die erste von Amman illustrierte Ausgabe. Teil 2 mit besonderem Titel: Francolin, Johannes von: TurnierBuch. Warhafftige Beschreibung aller kurtzweil und Ritterspil, so der ... Fürst und Herr, Herr Maximilian ... dem Allerdurchleuchtigsten ... Herrn Ferdinand, erwehlten Römischen Keyser ... zu gehorsamsten wolgefallen, und zu frölicher ankunfft deß Hochgebornen Fürsten und Herrn, Herrn Albrecht in Beyern ... bey und in der weitberümpten Statt Wien, zu Rossz und Fuß, auff Wasser und Land, mit sonderer verwunderung und frolockung lassen halten. Teil 3 mit besonderem Titel (Blatt 65): Des Allerdurchleuchtigsten Großmechtigsten Keyser Carols deß fünfften ... fröliche Glückselige Ankunfft gen Bintz, den 22. Augusti deß 1549. Jars ... Die Holzschnitte in guten, kräftigen Abdrucken. Einband etwas fleckig, innen nur wenig störende Flecken, Blatt 2-5 (A2-A5) in Faksimile auf altem Papier. Exemplar aus der Bibliothek Schloß Dyck mit Namenszug des Grafen August Eugen zu Salm-Dyck. -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2012-04-01 17:42:53
Giambullari Pierfrancesco
Franc. Senese, 1566. [Storia- Europa](cm. 21) Piena pergamena originale, titolo al dorso. cc. 16 nn., cc. 166. Bella xilografia al frontis con al verso ritratto dell'autore, fregi e capilettera figurati. Edizione originale rara e pregiata di questa storia, dedicata a Cosimo De Medici ed edita da Cosimo bartoli dopo la morte dell'autore. Vecchio restauro al margine della pergamena, lieve tarletto al margine bianco interno di alcune carte, ma esemplare molto bello fresco e ben marginato. Ex libris manoscritto coevo alla sguardia: "Por Michi del S. MM de Agueda et de Juan." * Gamba 517; *Razzolini 165; * Poggiali I p.165; * Parenti 259; * Haym p. 141; * Graesse III 78; * Brunet II 1582: * BM.STC. 300, manca all'Adams.[f70] Libro
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Libri Antichi Arezzo di Massai C. [IT]
2012-03-16 07:58:59
o. O. [vmtl. Lpz., Voegelin] 1566. kl.-4°. 27 Bll. (A-Aiv, B-iv, C-Civ, D-Div, E-Eiv, F-Fiv, G-Giii). Pbd. d. 18. Jhdts. VD16 1252 - Kaiser Maximilian II. wurde am 31. Juli 1527 als Sohn Kaiser Ferdinands I. in Wien geboren. Er wurde am spanischen Hof seines Onkels Karl V. erzogen und begleitete Karl V. in den Schmalkaldischen Krieg, sympathisierte aber trotzdem schon früh mit der Reformation. 1548 wurde er mit seiner streng katholischen Cousine Maria von Spanien, einer Tochter Karls V., verheiratet, und von 1548 bis 1550 war er Statthalter in Spanien. Nach seiner Rückkehr aus Spanien bemühte er sich um einen Ausgleich zwischen den Konfessionen; 1562 musste er, um für die Nachfolge seines Vaters als Kaiser in Frage zu kommen, aufgrund seiner Neigung zur lutherischen Lehre schwören, immer katholisch zu bleiben. 1564 wurde er nach dem Tod seines Vaters zum römisch-deutschen König und Kaiser gewählt. Maximilians Regierungszeit war eine Zeit der relativen Ruhe: Zwar gelang es ihm nicht, die konfessionellen und politischen Gegensätze im Reich auszugleichen, er konnte aber den Augsburger Religionsfrieden von 1555 aufrechterhalten, und er tolerierte in seinen habsburgischen Ländern das protestantische Bekenntnis. - Nach Typen und Ausstattung ist es ein Druck von Ernst Vögelin in Leipzig. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Geschichte, Spanien, Austriaca, Flugschriften
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Wien, Austria]
2012-03-08 10:33:54
MEDINA, Pedro de
Pedro de Robles y Juan de Villanueva, Alcalá de Henares 1566 - Impressas en Alcalá de Henares en casa de Pedro de Robles y Iuan de Villanueva. Año de 1566. Vendese en casa de Luys Gutierrez en Alcala. Folio, CLXXXVII folios. El folio LXXVII en facsímil. Vuelta figura: Libro de grandezas y cosas memorables de España. Agora de nuevo hecho y copilado por el Maestro Pedro de Medina vezino de Sevilla. Dirigido al serenissimo y muy esclarecido Señor don Philipe Principe de España &c. Nuestro Señor. M.D.XLVIII. Encuadernación en plena piel de época plateresca, restaurada, nervios. Tercera edición. 1ª Portada a dos tintas, rojo y negro, con el mapa de España, una 2ª portada con escudo y 123 grabados con siluetas de ciudades españolas, Mapa de América y otros. No se publicaron los grabados, que figuran en la 1ª y 2ª Edc., de la Villa de Clavijo en el folio CX - vuelto, Capítulo CVIII, el de Roncesvalles en el folio CXXXV, Capítulo CXXXI - y de Orcejo en el folio CXXXVI, Capítulo CXXXII, con lo cual está completa sin ellos. Texto orlado. Rarísimo. [Palau nº 159685; CCPB 17407-6/17408-4] [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Berrocal Libros Antiguos
2012-03-04 22:29:57
MEDINA (Pedro de)
- Libro de grandezas y cosas memorables de España. Agora de nuevo hecho y copilado por el Maestro Pedro de Medina vecino de Sevilla. Dirigido al Serenísimo y muy esclarecido Señor don Philipe Príncipe de España. &c. Nuestro Señor.- (Al fin) en Alcalá de Henares, en casa de Pedro de Robles y Ivan de Villanueva, Año del Señor de 1566; en folio (30,5 x 20,5 cm.) pergamino, frontis con mapa grabado de la península a dos tintas, portada con escudo grabado y 8 hojas de preliminares, 187 folios. Con 122 grabados xilográficos en el texto. Capitulares. Texto impreso en letra gótica a una columna, en marcado, algunos párrafos escritos en letra romana y con algunas notas marginales.Tercera edición, ampliada en relación con las dos primeras edicidones sevillanas, la primera no vista en comercio por Palau es de Sevilla 1548. En la portada consta como fecha 1548, recogido en la bibliografía, pero la fecha real de edición es 1566. Nuestro ejemplar tiene restaurado el frontis y unos 15 folios. Alguna rasgadura y manchas en el papel. Palau nº 159685. Muy raro impreso gótico castellano.
2012-03-04 22:29:57
MEDINA (Pedro de)
Libro de grandezas y cosas memorables de España. Agora de nuevo hecho y copilado por el Maestro Pedro de Medina vecino de Sevilla. Dirigido al Serenísimo y muy esclarecido Señor don Philipe Príncipe de España. &c. Nuestro Señor.- (Al fin) en Alcalá de Henares, en casa de Pedro de Robles y Ivan de Villanueva, Año del Señor de 1566; en folio (30,5 x 20,5 cm.) pergamino, frontis con mapa grabado de la península a dos tintas, portada con escudo grabado y 8 hojas de preliminares, 187 folios. Con 122 grabados xilográficos en el texto. Capitulares. Texto impreso en letra gótica a una columna, en marcado, algunos párrafos escritos en letra romana y con algunas notas marginales.Tercera edición, ampliada en relación con las dos primeras edicidones sevillanas, la primera no vista en comercio por Palau es de Sevilla 1548. En la portada consta como fecha 1548, recogido en la bibliografía, pero la fecha real de edición es 1566. Nuestro ejemplar tiene restaurado el frontis y unos 15 folios. Alguna rasgadura y manchas en el papel. Palau nº 159685. Muy raro impreso gótico castellano.
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2011-11-26 23:46:21
Camerarius, Joachim.
Leipzig, (Ernst Voegelin, 1566).. (20), 424 (falsch: 423) SS., 1 w. Bl., (18) SS. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit (Köpfe- und Reformatorenrolle; Plattenstempel; die Riegel am Vorderdeckel monogrammiert "I.V.S | 1566". Bindebänder fehlen. Gr.-8vo.. Erster Druck der ersten Ausgabe dieser ersten und zugleich bedeutendsten Melanchthon-Biographie (Unterscheidungsmerkmal: Kustode auf Bl. A2r "stißi-"; die Variante "stißimum" wird von Hammer als zweiter Zustand beschrieben). Camerarius gründete seine Darstellung auf umfangreiche Korrespondenzen, was dem Werk bis heute seinen hohen Quellenwert erhielt. - Breitrandig, mit Temoins. Gering gebräunt, am oberen Rand unbedeutender Wasserrand. Titel mit kl. hinterlegter Wurmspur und hs. Vermerk am unteren Rand (angeschnitten); im Text zahlreiche Marginalien der Zeit. Der attraktive zeitgenössische Prägeband (vorne Patientia-Platte, hinten das württembergische Wappen, jeweils in kl. innerer Einfassung mit sächsischem Wappen und Portraitmedaillons sowie größerer äußerer Einfassung mit Reformatorenbüsten) stammt aus der Werkstatt des in Stuttgart und Tübingen wirkenden Buchbinders Wolfconrad Schwickart (vgl. Goldschmidt, Gothic & Renaissance Bookbindings 227). - Einband etwas berieben und fleckig; der vordere Spiegel erneuert. Vorderes Vorsatzblatt mit Eintrag von späterer Hand. - Exemplar aus der Bibliothek auf Schloss Neidstein in der bayerischen Oberpfalz. - VD 16, C 502. IA 130.520. Hartfelder 624, 43. Schottenloher 15023. Ebert 3391.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2011-11-15 08:17:44
MEDINA, Pedro de.
- Alcalá, Pedro de Robles y Iuan de Villanueva, 1566, 29,5 x 21 cm., pergamino, 9 hojas incluso dos portadas, la primera con un grabado en madera con una vista con una escena de navegación y una segunda portada con el título, un escudo grabado y la fecha de 1548 + CLXXXVII folios impresos en caracteres góticos y romanos con el texto enmarcado, algunas apostillas marginales y numerosos grabados xilográficos de ciudades españolas. (Ejemplar falto de los folios 64, 118 y 181 que se encuentran facsímilados en papel de época. Primera portada y 5 hojas restauradas por el margen exterior con alguna leve pérdida de texto y en las dos últimas hojas de de índices donde afecta al tercio exterior de cada página y al colofón en varias palabras).
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos
2011-10-30 14:19:52
ORANTES, Francisco de.
Parisiis, Iacobum Macem, 1566, 17,5 x 11,5 cm., perg. suelto y rasgado por el lomo, 34 h. + 338 folios + 245 folios + 9 h. (El autor, teólogo franciscano natural de Cuellar provincia de Segovia, participó en el Concilio de Trento, fue confesor de D. Juan de Austria y Obispo de Oviedo; escribió esta obra en 1563, en donde se refutan las teorías de Calvino)
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos [Malaga, Spain]
2011-10-21 09:09:42
TOPIARIUS (Dominicus Aegidius)
Michaelem sonnium, Paris, 1566. 16x10'5, 4h, 236h, firma y anotaciones manuscritas época, corto de márgenes. Pasta española, tejuelo y dorados en lomo.
Bookseller: Escalinata, librería [Navalcarnero, Madrid, Spain]
2011-10-19 13:06:18
Camerarius, Joachim.
Leipzig, (Ernst Voegelin, 1566). Large 8vo. (20), 424 (not: 423) pp., 1 bl. f., (18) pp. With woodcut printer's device on t. p. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin, monogrammed and dated "I.V.S | 1566". Wants ties. First edition, first printing, of this first and most important biography of Melanchthon. Camerarius was able to consult a large amount of personal correspondence, a fact which makes this work a valuable source to this day. - Wide-margined copy, slightly browned with insignificant waterstain near upper edge. Slight worming to t. p. repaired; numerous contemp. marginalia. The appealingly blindstamped binding can be attributed to the Swabian bookbinder Wolfconrad Schwickart (cf. Goldschmidt, Gothic & Renaissance Bookbindings 227). Somewhat rubbed; modern front pastedown. From the library of Neidstein castle in in the Oberpfalz region of Bavaria. VD 16, C 502. IA 130.520. Hartfelder 624, 43. Schottenloher 15023. Ebert 3391. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2010-10-20 12:50:56
MANUTIUS, Aldus, the Younger
Venetiis: Aldus, 1566. Hardcover. Very Good. Early vellum over boards, red and blue morocco spine labels gilt. 800, 167, (7), (30)pp. A small horizontal tear, and a small shelf label on the spine, bookplate removed, a tiny nick at the corner of the first several leaves, very good. Contains commentary and letters from Aldus the Younger to Francsco Morandi and Aurelio Porcellaga (Portulaca). The *Catalogue of the Ahmanson-Murphy Collection* at UCLA cites a copy and references *Renouard* 201:12, *Adams* M453; *BMSTCI* 412; *HRHRC* 458.
Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [United States]
2010-08-30 08:52:41
Clement, of Alexandria, Saint.
Per Thomam Guarinum, 1566. [also bound in] Vermigli, Pietro Martire. In selectissimam D. Pauli priorem ad Corinthios Epistolam. Tiguri: apud C. Froschouerum, 1567. Folio. [6], 242, [17] ff. (lacks final blank). Wonderful large folio volume containing the Works (in Latin translation) of St. Clement of Alexandria (ca. 150 - ca. 215), here in the second edition as edited by Gentian Hervet (1499-1584); the first was in 1556 from Isengrin's press. In this edition, Isengrin's device appears on the title-page and the verso of the final leaf. As with the first edition, this has scholia at the end, notes (including sidenotes), and an index. The contents are Liber adhortatorius adversus gentes, qui Protrepticus inscribitur; Paeagogi libri tres; and Stromaton sive Commentariorum, de varia multipliciq[ue] literatura, ad instituendum Christianum philosophum, libri octo. The second work is Peter Martyr's commentaries on Corinthians, here in the second edition. It has a full-page woodcut => portrait of him on the recto of leaf aa6. The printer's woodcut device is on the title-page and there are numerous woodcut initials. The sidenotes are printed in italic while the text proper is in roman. Peter Martyr (8 September 1499 - 12 November 1562), was an Italian theologian who began his religious life as an Augustinian friar, converted to the Protestant cause, was closely associated on the continent with Ochino, Bucer, and some prominent Lutherans, and, while in England where he held the Regius Chair of Divinity at Oxford, was an intimate of Thomas Cranmer and Bishop Jewel. Both w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2010-07-28 02:54:45
- apud Guliel. Rovillium, Lugduni (Lyon) 1566, in-8 (16,7x11,5cm), (14) 364 pp., relié. - La prima edizione di questi tre trattati Mesuè commentati da Silvio apparsa a Parigi nel 1542 in un cristiano Weschel vol. in Folio. Edizione ha attraversato diverse edizioni nel 1544 e 1548. Brunet III, 1675. Lembo flessibile Velina tempo pieno con tracce di lacci. Mancano alcuni dei lembo superiore. Abu Yahya Ibn Zakariya Masuyah ha detto Jean Mesuè, medico cristiano nato in Khuz vicino a Ninive nel 776 e morto a Baghdad nel 855, dove ha praticato e pratica della medicina, ed è stato il medico personale del califfo Harun al-Rashid. Oltre al ruolo di primo piano ha suonato in medicina araba, che riflette il numero di testi greci, il suo libro di aforismi (assiomi medici) ha avuto un notevole successo in Occidente, alcuni dei quali sono ancora in uso oggi. Ha anche scritto il primo trattato sulla dieta basata sulle proprietà alimentari di Gallien, analizzando gli effetti del cibo sul corpo 140. Inoltre, la medicina araba ha iniziato a influenzare in maniera significativa in Europa nel XV secolo, come arabo aveva commentato e tradotto molti testi greci, tra cui alcuni grandi accademie come Montpellier e Parigi, è qui che troviamo il nostro commentatore, un grande medico del suo tempo, Jacobus Sylvius o Jacques Dubois (1478-1554), che officiava a Parigi e Montpellier, guidato da Parigi perché non era MD e portava troppo ombreggiatura sua onore (sono venuti da tutta Europa a consultare). Gli arabi sono soprattutto i padri farmacopea ed è proprio l'interesse di questa edizione, incontro di … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2010-07-21 00:00:00
Giunta's device on title-page, several passages in Greek letter.4to. [20], 152ff. 17th century vellum.
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2010-04-26 19:23:23
PARADIN de Cuyseaulx, Guillaume.
Lyon, Antoine Gryphius, 1566. With engr. richly figured title, several large and many smaller metalcut figured intitials, crowned coat of arms on *6 verso. Pp. III-X, 1 unn. leaf, 995 pp., 17 unn. leaves index and errata. Folio. Contemp. vellum, spine painted dark brown and richly gilt (rubbed, several holes in vellum of front cover, crack in upper front hinge). Lyon, Antoine Gryphius, 1566. First edition of an important early French local history. Paradin's chronicle of Burgundy has remained of fundamental importance to this day. G. Paradin (c. 1510-1590) was a canon at Beaujeux, he travelled widely in France and the Netherlands, and wrote on the history of France, Savoy, Burgundy, and Belgium. Like all his contemporaries, he relied on the writings of other authors. There are three parts to the present work, the first a general treatise on the name and the antiquities of Burgundy, followed by an account of the Dukes descendant of Hugo Capet up to Duke Philipp I, and the history of the four Duke's descendant of King Jean de France of the house of Valois, ending with Duke Charles I and with the battle of Nancy. - Engraved title mounted with some pieces missing, cropped at foremargin, and browned, some browning throughout, some light waterstaining towards the end. - STC, (French), 336; Adams P-298; Brunet IV, 359. FRANCE ; [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2010-04-19 20:13:20
St. Basil the Great] Gillot, Jean (ed.)
Paris, 1566. Used - Very Good. Parisiis, Apud S. Nivellium, 1566. Collation: [54] 1,043 pp. ã6, ˜e6, ˜I6, õ6, ˜u4, A-Z6, Aa-Zz6, Aaa-Zzz6, A*-S*8. Old polished calf, much worn at extremities. Boards also scuffed and worn. Spine in six compartments, with raised bands, gilt-tooled. Not listed in Adams. (Subject: Medieval, Early Printed Books & Cartography.)
Bookseller: Powell's Bookstores Chicago, ABAA [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2010-04-17 10:00:09
Frankfurt am Main: [Georg Raben with Sigismund Feyerabend & Simon Huter], 1566., 1566. 3 Parts in 1, with variant titles, the last 2 with continuous pagination. folio. ff. [6], 243, [3]; [4], 81. large woodcut on title of the Emperor’s Court, large woodcut of Victory on )(6, large woodcut printer’s device at end, 2 folding woodcut plates, & 120 large woodcuts (incl. repeats), most by Jost Amman. 291 woodcut coats of arms. woodcut initials. title in red & black. old vellum over paste-board (bit worn & spotted, head of spine defective, ties wanting, bookplate removed from paste-down & verso of title, scattered stains & light foxing, 1 plate partly split along fold with no loss, tears & repairs to lower blank margin of title). Third Edition, Considerably Enlarged, the first to be illustrated by Jost Amman. One of the major sources for the history of the medieval tournament, from the first, which Rüxner incorrectly claims was held at Magdeburg about 990 by the Emperor Henry I, known as Henry the Fowler, to the last, held at Worms in 1487. It is now generally acknowledged that the tournament, properly so called, did not appear in Europe before the 11th century. The first and second editions were both printed at Simmern, in 1530 and 1532. Two additional sections have been added to this third edition, the first giving an account of the tournaments, processions and other amusements which took place at Vienna from May 2 to June 24 in the 1560’s, with the names of the participants, and the second providing an account of festivities connected with the entry of Charles V … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-02-10 09:21:26
Nonio, Tobia; Constantini, Fulvio
1566. Nonio, Tobio [1528-1570]. Constantini, Fulvio [d. 1590], Editor. Interpretationes in Nonnullos Institu. Titulos Primis Annis in Gynnasio Perusino Explicatae. Nunc ab Omnibus Erroribus Maxima Diligentia Emendatae per Fulvium Constantinum. Additis Novissime Enarrationibus in Quosdamalios Titulos per Eundem Fuluium Eodem in Gynnasio Anno Secundo Exaratis. Venice: Apud Cominum de Tridino, Montisferrati], 1566. [x], 164 fols. Main text printed in parallel columns. Folio (12" x 8-1/2"). Contemporary vellum, raised bands and early hand-lettered title to spine, ties lacking. Some rubbing to extremities, faint staining and a few minor scuffs to boards, early annotation to front. Later vellum repairs to backstrip, joints and hinges partially cracked but secure, cords exposed, minor worming to pastedowns. Large woodcut title vignettes, woodcut decorated initials. Toning, light browning in a few places. Early underlining, check marks and ink stains to a few leaves, interior otherwise clean. A nice copy. * First edition. Based on a series of lectures, this analysis of various points from the titles "De Testamentis," "De Exheredatione Liberorum," "De Obligationibus," "Quibus Modis Re Contrahitur Obligatio" and "De Verborum Obligatione" of the Institutes. It went through three subsequent editions, the final in 1586. Nonio was a lawyer and professor at the University of Perugia. Censimento Nazionale Delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo (EDIT16) CNCE 41448.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2009-05-10 09:18:01
Hocker, Jodokus
Frankfurt, Feyerabend 1566. 14 cm. 51 Blatt (ohne das letzte weiße), am Schluß Druckermarke von Jobst Amman. Halbmaroquin--Band um 1850 mit Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung - Goed. II, 481, 11 - Grimm, Teufelbücher Nr. 13 c - O'Dell, Amman f 45 - VD16 H 4018 - Dritte Ausgabe der zuerst 1564 erschienen Schrift, gedruckt bei Martin Lechler, Druckvermerk datiert 1565. Jodocus Hocker (auch: Hieronymus Höcker, geb. um 1510 in Osnabrück, gestochen 1566) war lutherischer Prediger zu Lemgo. Er widmete das Werk den Behörden seiner Vaterstadt mit dem Appell, gegen den Schwindler Simon Möller (Meller) aus Nürnberg vorzugehen: "... der heylose blinde Teuffelische Tropff, der in kurtzen Jaren in ewrer Ehrentreiche Stadt ... unterm Schafspeltz ist hinein geschliechen, und sich daselbst ... mit schrecklichem Mißbrauch Göttliches Worts und Namens, die Teuffel auß den besessenen leiblich unterstehet außzubannen ..." - Papierbedingt gebräunt und durchgängig Feuchtigkeitsrand. -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-03-14 23:11:02
Venetia: FRANCESCO SANESE ET ZUANE KRUGER, 1566. Venetia: FRANCESCO SANESE ET ZUANE KRUGER. [ARCHITETTURA] (cm. 24,7) buona mz. pergamena recente, tassello al dorso in pelle e oro.-- cc. 207 numerate (di 219) e cc. 7 (di 52) moltissime belle incisioni in xilografia. i libri hanno frontis proprio compreso nella numerazione. Prima edizione in ottavo dell' opera del Serlio, le incisioni di Krugher sono copie ridotte dall' edizione originale in folio, il testo risente dell' influsso di Piero della Francesca, Durer, Peruzzi e Viator ed ebbe un immediato successo internazionale con ristampe in tedesco francese inglese e fiammingo. Purtroppo scompleto: il primo libro è costituito solo da 8 carte numerate da 9 a 16, seguono da carta 17 gli altri libri fino a carta 219 e mancano solo 4 carte numerate (185-6-7-8). Il libro "Estraordinario2 è legato all' inizio dell' opera ed è costituito solo dal frontis architetonico con luogo tipografo e data e da altre 7 carte con le celebri porte. opera sempre importante per lo straordinario apparato iconografico. Alcune macchiette a due carte interne, qualche pagina un pò ombreggiata peraltro esemplare molto bello fresco e nitido con xilografie in ottima tiratura. FOWLER 327; CICOGNARA 668; BERLIN CATALOG 2570; RICCARDI II 441; SCHLOSSER-MAGNINO 418; BRUNET V 305; GRAESSE VI 370.[f40] . ottimo. Rilegato. PRIMA EDIZIONE IN OTTAVO. 1566.
2009-03-11 19:12:54
s.n.,, S.l. (ma Paris), 1566. Cm. 17,3, pp. (72) 680. Marchio tipografico inciso al frontespizio. Solida legatura (seicentesca?) in piena pergamena rigida con unghie. Una mancanza al tassello, lievissime fioriture. Esemplare genuino e marginoso, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Si tratta di una delle due ristampe dell'originale, impresse con gli stessi dati tipografici di quest'ultimo; il presente si distingue per la grandezza dei caratteri ed il diverso numero di pagine. Cfr. Brunet II, 1076-77. Celebre opera in cui Estienne, con l'intento di denunciare i controsensi linguistici nella traduzione di Erodoto, ci offre un efficace panorama della vita sociale del Cinquecento. Una sorta di requisitoria contro varie forme d'abuso utilizzate da commercianti, medici, giuristi ed ecclesiastici. Si noti inoltre che ".Henri Estienne dans l'Apologie pour Hérodote s'étonne de l'étrangeté, du merveilleux du travestissement de femme en homme (acte moins vilain que la zoophilie), acte qui n'a rien de commun avec celui commis par quelques vilaines qu'on appelait anciennement tribades". Nel presente testo appare inoltre per la prima volta nella lingua francese il termine "tribade". Contro questo scritto si scatenò la censura e le varie ristampe dovettero spesso variare i passaggi più audaci. Interessante e non comune. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2008-12-17 08:07:54
[Edinburgh: Robert Lekpreuik, 28 November, 1566. folio. ff. [14], ii-cxxii, cxxiiii-cxlv, [1], cxlvi-clviii, [2], clix-clxviii, [2], clxix-clxxxii. lacking initial blank & blank c4. woodcut title. woodcut initials. black letter. 19th century russia, gilt centre ornaments, gilt inside dentelles (joints repaired, head & foot of spine chipped, some of first few leaves apparently supplied from another copy, title cropped & repaired at corners with part of lower outer corner supplied in facsimile, marginal repairs to other prelims, occasional light soiling, light dampstaining in second part). a few old marginal notes. First Edition, variant issue, of the earliest collection of Scottish acts and statutes, compiled by James Balfour and others, and edited by Edward Henryson. The commission to compile and publish the laws, known as the ‘Black Acts’, was appointed by Queen Mary largely through the advice of John Leslie, Bishop of Ross. The work, covering the period from the accession of James I in 1424, to the current reign of Mary, 1564, is an important source for the political history of the period. Also of interest here are the early printed references to the game of golf. This copy corresponds to STC 21876, which combines elements of STC 21875 and 21876A, with cancels for folios 113, 118, 132, and 145, the latter followed by an unnumbered leaf; 2 unnumbered leaves following 158 and 168; 181 replaced by 2 leaves, including the new colophon dated 28 November; and 133 cancelled and not replaced, but with the earlier state of the title-page, line 3 ending with the word ‘the’. Aldis 5 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: D & E LAKE LTD. (ABAC/ILAB) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2008-11-28 18:07:10
[Genève]: Excudebat Henricus Stephanus illustris veri Huldrichi Fuggeri typographus, 1566. Fine. Excudebat Henricus Stephanus illustris veri Huldrichi Fuggeri typographus, [Genève] 1566, in Folio (34,7x23cm), (16) 256pp., 14pp. (4pl.) (22)., relié. - First edition produced by Henri Estienne translation of the original Greek into Latin. Beautiful print in Roman characters, clear, with notes in margins. 'Beautiful and correct edition. Brunet, III, 122. Illustrated with 4 folding plates showing the tower of Babylon, the gardens of Semiramis, the palace and the city of Semiramis of Babylon. These boards are often lacking. Half Calf emerald second half of the nineteenth, smooth small irons and rollers back. Red part of title. Very fresh copy. Restoration of the joints. The book begins with an apology for the story of Herodotus Henri Estienne (from the 3rd generation of Estienne, illustrious family famous for its Greek and Latin editions publishers), which he wrote in response to some ecclesiastical authorities who criticized the story of Herodotus. The translation is the work of the Italian humanist Lorenzo Valla (1406-1457), Latinist and Hellenist recognized, he began the translation in 1450. Life of Homer is itself the work of a German humanist Conrad Heresbach . One who has been called the father of history interested in the Persian Wars and Egypt, but more remarkable for us is its contemporary method that earned him his nickname, he wrote nothing before visiting places where history had been conducted. His books are so rich a wealth of observations from … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
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2008-10-15 14:51:12
Lugduni |(Lyon): apud Guliel. Rovillium, 1566. Fine. apud Guliel. Rovillium, Lugduni (Lyon) 1566, in-8 (16,7x11,5cm), (14) 364 pp., relié. - The first edition of these three treaties Mesue commented by Sylvius appeared in Paris in 1542 into a Christian Weschel Vol. in Folio. Edition went through several editions in 1544 and 1548. Brunet III, 1675. Vellum Full time flexible flap with traces of laces. Lack some of the top flap. Abu Zakariya Yahya Ibn Masuyah said Jean Mesue, Christian physician born in Khuz near Nineveh in 776 and died in Baghdad in 855, where he practiced and practiced medicine, and was the personal physician of the Caliph Harun al-Rashid. Besides the prominent role he played in Arabic medicine, reflecting number of Greek texts, his book of aphorisms (medical axioms) had considerable success in the West, some of which are still in use today. He also wrote the first treatise on diet based on boards properties of Gallien, analyzing the effects of boards on the body 140. Furthermore Arab medicine began to influence in a significant way in Europe in the fifteenth century, as the Arab had commented and translated many Greek texts, including some great academies such as Montpellier and Paris, it is here that we find our commentator, a great physician of his time, Jacobus Sylvius or Jacques Dubois (1478-1554), who officiated in Paris and Montpellier, driven from Paris because he was not MD and wore too much shading his fame (they came from all over Europe to consult). Arabs are especially fathers pharmacopoeia and it is precisely the interest of this edition, m … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2008-07-24 07:52:35
HESSELS , ( Joannes or John or Jean or Jan ).(1522-1566 )
Christophori Plantini, Antverpiae / Anvers, 1566. 2 books bound and published together with their own title pages & both dated M.D.LXVI. i.e.1566. 139 +3 pages & 165 pages + antique manuscript page by early owner to back of last page. Later Binding looks Victorian. quarter material & mottled paper hardback. . Binding in good condition with minor edge ware, title of 1st. book (only) to spine. & has Victorian handmade end papers, Contents Good for age, most pages good, clean & tight with some minor odd staining, a very few antique Latin notes within., a very few corner tip folds. tiny hole to one page, poss. made during manufacture in 1566. Originally published together, , some have been split into 2 separate books, and now is Very Rare to find together. Johannes Hessels, was a professor at the Faculty of Theology of the University of Leuven and colleague and friend of Michael Baius, Hessels propagated a positive, biblical and patristic theology. Belgium. Size: 11 x 16.5cm Approx [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Malcolm Books [Thetford, United Kingdom]
2008-02-28 21:59:01
Claro, Giulio
1566. Venice, 1566. Popular Sixteenth-Century Study of Topics in Roman Law Claro, Giulio [1525-1575]. Tractatus de Testamentis, De Feudis, De Donationibus, De Iure Emphiteotico: Nunc ab Omnibus Erroribus Maxima Diligentia Emendati: Cum Summariis, & Repertoriis Omnium Quaestionum, Ac Incidenter Dictorum. Venice: Apud Franciscum Laurentinum, 1566. 8, [32], 243 ff. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, faint early hand-lettered title to spine, later signature (Romatelli) to front cover, ties lacking. Light soiling, rubbing to extremities, insect damage to rear cover, front joint cracked, pastedowns loose. Large woodcut printer device to title page, woodcut decorated initials. Occasional early annotations and underlining. Toning, dampstaining in a few places, interior otherwise clean. $500. * Second edition. With indexes. First published in 1565, this popular work on wills, gifts, feudal writs, usury and other topics in Roman criminal and civil law went through numerous editions throughout Europe well into the eighteenth century. These four tracts were books 3-4 of the author's unfinished Sententiae Receptae. Claro was a Milanese jurist. OCLC and KVK locate one copy of this edition in North America (at the Library of Congress). Another copy located at Harvard Law School. This edition not in Adams. Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE 12641.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2007-05-22 00:00:00
Large woodcut elephant printer's device on title, a few woodcut initials.Sm. 4to. [16]ff. 852pp. 18th century vellum
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]

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