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2017-10-16 11:57:17
GIRALDI CINTHIO, Giov. Battista.
Vinegia, Girolamo Scotto, 1566. 2 vol. in-4, pp. (16), 500; (12), 464; leg. moderna in mezzo marocch., tit. e filetti oro ai dorsi a nervi. Impresa tipogr. sul frontesp. di entrambe le parti (ove l'indicazione "prima" e "seconda" è ritoccata a penna); grandi e belle iniz. silogr. istoriate, testo in car. corsivo, note a stampa nel margine. Le due parti sono rispettivamente dedicate ad Emanuele Filiberto Duca di Savoia e ad Alfonso d'Este Duca di Ferrara; alle dediche seguono un proemio ed un'introduzione nella prima parte ed i "Tre Dialoghi della vita civile" nelle prime 137 pagine della seconda. Seconda edizione, da tutti i critici considerata molto più corretta della prima (apparsa l'anno precedente a Mondovì, presso Leonardo Torrentino) di questa raccolta di novelle, che ricalca vagamente la struttura del Decamerone. Le novelle sono distribuite in dieci "deche", ciascuna preceduta da una dedica a vari personaggi, molti dei quali piemontesi. Una brigata di novellatori e novellatrici, che fuggono per mezzo di una nave da Roma a Marsiglia, a causa del sacco delle soldatesche di Carlo V, per distrarsi passano il tempo narrando vari racconti. Com'è noto, si tratta di un'importantissima fonte per il teatro di Shakespeare: due di queste novelle ispirarono le trame di "Otello", di "Misura per Misura", e della "Notte dell'Epifania". Benché considerata per lungo tempo un esempio di letteratura controriformista, l'opera fu messa all'Indice nel 1580 ed è recente la sua rivalutazione critica per l'originalità nell'ambito dei canoni novellistici cinquecenteschi. Buon esempl. (primo ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:56:17
APOLLONIUS Pergaeus
Bologna: Alessandro Benacci, 1566. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (310 x 210 mm). [4], 114; [2], 36 leaves, several mis-paginations. Signatures: +4, A-Z4 a-e4 f2; X2, a-i4, G1 missigned F1. Numerous woodcut diagrams in the text, decorative initials. Contemporary vellum, ink-lettered spine with calf raised bands (restored, boards and extremities rubbed, new front endpapers), blue-dyed edges, housed in a modern morocco-backed cloth clamshell box. Title somewhat soiled, light dampstains to margins of next 5 leaves, otherwise crisp and clean. Provenance: two old ink stamps to lower title. A very attractive, wide-margined and well preserved copy in original binding. ---- Horblit 4; Dibner 101; Norman 57; Adams A1310; Honeyman; Riccardi i 361; DSB I, p.193. - Important early edition, translated by Federico Commandino, of the classic works on conic sections. It was preceded by an inferior Latin translation by Giovanni Battista Memo, published at Venice in 1537. The first four books are all that survive in the original Greek; books 5-7 were discovered in an Arabic manuscript in the early seventeenth century and first printed in 1661. The present edition also contains the first complete Latin translation of the works of the fourth-century mathematician Serenus. "The most influential early edition of this classic work on conic sections, one of the great scientific books of antiquity, in which Apollonius introduced the terms parabola, hyperbola and ellipse" (Honeyman). Near Fine.
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2017-10-16 11:44:59
PLINE L'ANCIEN
Lyon Senneton 1566 -in-folio plein-veau 2 tomes, reliure d'époque plein veau brun in-folio (binding full calfskin in-folio), dos à nerfs (spine with raised bands), le cuir du dos est absent, les plats sont à restaurer, reliure à restaurer entièrement, pour ce qu'il reste de la reliure, le plat est orné d'un fer central doré de forme ovale (7 x 5 cm) avec au dessus Me IACQUES en lettres dorées et dessous PINEAU en lettres dorées dans un premier encadrement à triple filets à froid avec fleurons dorés aux angles, le tout dans un encadrement à triple filets à froid, toutes tranches lisses (all edges smoothes), sans illustrations (no illustration) sauf une grande vignette marque de l'Editeur (marque de Charles Pesnot) "à la Salamandre" gravée sur bois (engraving-wood) en noir en bas de la page de titre et sur toute la dernière page avec la devise : "DURER, MOURIR ET NON PERIR"+ Bandeaux historiés gravés sur bois (engraving-wood) en noir + lettrines ornées superbes gravées sur bois (engraving-wood) en noir(dropped initial), quelques pages avec légères mouillures claires en marge au Tome I, manque la page de titre du Tome II et un manque important au texte des 10 premières pages en bas sur 15 x 8 cm, [(16)-xxxi-(1 bl.)-678-(2 bl.)-(156)] + [(32)-745-(3 bl.)-(104)] pages, 1566 Lyon : C. Senneton Editeur,Titre conventionnel : [Histoire naturelle][français moyen)] ..Autre(s) auteur(s) : Du Pinet, Antoine (1510?-15..). Traducteur ...La traduction d'Antoine du Pinet s'imposa de suite de part sa qualité et son érudition. Elle fut souvent rééditée. Le texte de Pline constitue la premi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard [France, Nantes]
2017-10-16 11:43:29
BRANDLIGT, Laurens.
Bierens de Haan 558; Kemper 1566; STCN 160106095. First and only edition of a work on navigation around the Dutch island Texel, written by the sea merchant Laurens Brandligt. Due to alluviation the stream velocity in the waters around Texel had decreased. Brandligt suggests several ways to improve the navigability of these waters, which was important since Dutch warships often took refuge in them. Brandligt also tries to promote Den Helder as a new harbour for both war and merchant ships, stressing the poor accessibility of Amsterdam. Small tear in first free endleaf, restored, title-page slightly browned. Binding rubbed along the extremities, spine damaged at the top and front hinge partly cracked. Overall in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 11:40:11
HERODOTE
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 the field. And thanks to him we know the manners and habits of the Egyptians. Less known that befriended Sophocles who wrote him a poem. It is Herodotus lived in the golden age Greece fifth century BC) and his style is pleasant, attractive (he was a great admirer of Homer … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2017-10-16 11:33:51
Chemnitz Martin
Georg Rab. Folio. Four parts in one volume. (I:) (12, including one blank), 172, (6) leaves; (II:) (6), 220, (8) leaves; (III:) (8), 176, (8) leaves; (IV:) (12), 130, (8) leaves. Text printed in two columns. Title printed in red and black with a woodcut vignette by Jost Ammann (repeated twice) and with the printer's device on the title-page of Part II. Contemporary blind stamped calf, back with five raised bands, back panel with three small repairs (at the place of the clasps and part of the joint), clasps missing, old entries of ownership on the front fly-leaf, a few contemporary marginal annotations and underlining, otherwise a superb and genuine copy.RARE FIRST GERMAN EDITION. This evaluation and rebuttal of the decrees of the Council of Trent was originally published in Latin in four volumes between 1566 and 1573. The work had ten more editions until the end of the century, and numerous reprints later, the last, dating from 1861 (Berlin). The work had greater impact, greater readership, and brought Chemnitz greater fame than anything else he produced in his life."The preparation of the Examen absorbed Chemnitz' leisure for the next nine years. By the end of March 1565 he had worked out the first part sufficiently to send it to a colleague in Frankfurt/M., Martin Ritter, with the request to find a publisher. On Christmas Eve of that year Chemnitz was still reading proof and finding "manifold and most horrible errors'. The following spring the first part came out, dedicated to Duke Albert Frederick [of Prussia], the youthful son of Duke Albert the Elder. The second part f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2017-10-16 11:20:45
BULLINGER, Heinrich (1504-1575)
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2017-10-16 11:20:44
BIRKOWSKI (BIRKOWSKIEGO), Fabian.
Cf. Hoskins, Early and rare Polonica in Am. Libr., 87; not in BMC. Original and only edition of two sermons against unbelievers and heretics, in defence of the holy Roman-Catholic church by Fabian Birkowsky (Léopol 1566 - Krakow 1636), a famous Dominican priest, philosopher and professor of Theology in Krakow who had a very extensive influence on religious and spiritual life in Poland. Collections of his important sermons have been printed in successively 1620, 1624, 1628 and - the present collection of sermons - in 1632. Some occasional soiling and a few annotations. Good copy of this very rare Polish book.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 11:12:38
SERLIO, Sebastiano (1475-1554). -
Venezia, Senese e Krugher, 1566. In - 4. Legatura del '600 in pergamena, titolo ms. sul dorso. Con 6 frontespizi architettonici, diagrammi e numerose illustrazioni silografiche n.t., moltissime a piena pagina, incise da Giovanni Chrieger (Krugher) e derivate dalle edizioni originali in - folio. 219, (1 bianco), 52 ff.; antica firma di appartenenza sulla prima carta e nel margine inferiore del frontespizio; alcune carte leggermente ingiallite e lievi aloni marginali su poche carte. Prima edizione in quarto della celebre opera dell'architetto bolognese. I vari libri furono originariamente pubblicati in ordine irregolare e in città diverse (Venezia, Parigi, Francoforte) tra il 1537 e il 1575 (settimo libro). Fu il primo trattato di architettura il cui scopo fosse più pratico che teorico, ed il primo a codificare i cinque ordini. Si distingue per il tono pragmatico, per l'intento didattico e per la grande importanza data alle immagini, risultando un passaggio importante ed anticipatore non solo nella storia della trattatistica di architettura, ma anche nella storia della stampa, in generale. Ebbe un notevole successo, testimoniato dalle numerose ristampe e traduzioni in varie lingue (francese, tedesco, inglese, fiammingo). Cicognara 668. Berlin Kat. 2570. Fowler 327. First quarto edition of Serlio's influential and finely illustrated work. "The first genuine advance in architectural illustration seems to have been made by Serlio, and his Libro Terzo set the type of architectural illustration in Italy for the rest of the century" (Fowler 308). With 6 architectural titles, vari … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport [IT]
2017-10-13 18:04:47
Jan Collaert
Johannes Stradanus (Jan van der Straet), nach. Äthioper verjagen einen Satyr. Kupferstich von Jan Collaert (1566-1628), Verlegeradresse Philipp Galle. 19,7 : 27 cm. New Hollstein (Collaert) 1519, I (von III). - Mit Textrand, von alter Hand in Franz. beigeschrieben, vor Bildkante beschnitten, altmontiert auf Bütten, vertikale Faltspur, geglättet.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dietrich Schneider-Henn [Seefeld bei München, Germany]
2017-10-13 17:48:55
CELSUS, Aurelio Cornelio.
Lugduni, Guliel. Rovillium, sub Scuto Veneto, 1566, 17,5 x 11 cm., piel del Siglo XVII, con adorno dorado en ambos planos, com pérdida de piel en la parte superior del lomo, 8 hojas incluso portada con escudo grabado + 499 págs. + 7 h. CIENCIAS MEDINIC
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos [Malaga, Spain]
2017-10-13 17:47:11
CELSO, Aurelio Cornelio.
Lugduni, Guliel. Rovillium, 1566, 17?5 x 11 cm., p.e. con un desgarro en la parte superior del lomo, 8 h. ? 499 págs. ? 7 h.
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos [ES]
2017-10-11 14:47:49
Fitzherbert Sir Anthony
London: Richard Tottill, July 13, 1566. An early printing of the translation of 1544, the work first published in French in 1534 Printed in black letter hand ruled in red. 8vo, antique full calf, the boards paneled with double ruled gilt with small corner embellishments around a large central gilt arabesque tool, the spine with tall raised bands ruled in blind between compartments featuring a central gilt clover tool. 176 ff. A very handsome and well preserved copy in antique calf, the text very clean and fresh, the binding sturdy and attractive, final leaf laid onto rear board as endpaper, title-page with light staining, ownership inscriptions on title of J. Andrews (1723) and J. Crawley Boevy, additional ownership notations on front endpaper.
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2017-10-11 12:10:47
Romae, apud Antonium Bladum impressorem cameralem, 1566. Cm. 31, pp. (4). Stemma entro doppia colonna ai lati. Marginale alone, peraltro ben conservato. Bolla di Pio V dedicata alla disciplina della clausura e alla formazione delle monache. Raro. Cfr. Iccu. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2017-10-10 17:09:25
APOLLONIUS PERGAEUS.
Bologna, Alessandro Benacci, 1566. Due parti in un volume in - folio; 4, 114, 2, 36 cc. con numerosi diagrammi e figure schematiche nel testo. Legatura coeva in tutta pergamena morbida, titolo manoscritto al taglio inferiore. Trascurabili macchie al margine bianco interno delle carte 113 - 115. Buon esemplare genuino Fondamentale edizione delle Coniche di Apollonio, la prima nella traduzione latina del noto matematico Federico Commandino (1509 - 1575). Le edizioni curate dal Commandino di Apollonio, Archimede, Euclide, Erone e altri matematici greci costituirono un significativo contributo allo studio della matematica nella seconda metà del '500. Una prima versione latina a cura di G. Memmo era apparsa a Venezia nel 1537, ma si trattava di un testo inaccurato e inaffidabile. Il volume contiene i primi quattro libri delle Coniche di Apollonio, l'unica sezione ad essere sopravvissuta nell'originale greco: "The work on which Apollonius' modern fame rests, the Conics, was originally in eight books. Books I - IV survive in original Greek, Books V - VII only in Arabic translation. Book VIII is lost, but some idea of its contents can be gained from the lemmas to it given by Pappus" (DSB). "The basic treatise on conic sections. Apollonius recognized and named the ellipse, parabola, and hyperbola" (Horblit) Il volume include anche i lemmi di Pappo, il commentario di Eutocio e due trattati di Sereno (IV sec. d.C.), entrambi stampati qui per la prima volta. Dibner, Heralds of Science 101. Riccardi I, 361: "rare". Sarton I, pp. 173 - 175. DSB I, pp. 179 - 193. Stillwell 139. Horblit 4
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-10 15:07:29
Romae, apud Antonium Bladum impressorem cameralem, 1566. Cm. 31, pp. (4). Stemma pontificio al frontespizio e capolettera xil. Marginale alone, peraltro ben conservato. Moto proprio di Pio V dedicata alla rigida disciplina della residenza per vescovi e arcivescovi. Cfr. Iccu. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2017-10-07 10:33:10
FRACANZANI Antonio
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-07 10:32:39
Centorio degli Hortensi, Ascanio.
1566. 4to. 2 vols. in 1. (40), 266, (2) pp. (32), 298, (2) pp. With woodcut printer's devices on both titles, and different device on reverse of final leaf. Contemp. limp vellum. First edition (part 1: second issue) of Centorio's memoirs, here complete with both parts, comprising the years until 1553 (pt. 1) and then continued to 1560 (pt. 2). The author's principal work. Centorio lived in Milan around the middle of the 16th century. "Commentaries on the wars against the Turks from Mohács in 1526 onwards. Offers a detailed account of the conflict between Ferdinand and John Zápolya, as well as of the battles of Castaldo. Although the title of pt. 1 mentions 'Re Lodovico XII', this is about Louis II of Hungary, who drowned after the Battle of Mohács, not about Louis XII of France" (cf. Göllner). Dedications to Ottavio Farnese, duke of Parma and Piacenza, and Consalvo Ferrante di Cordova, duke of Sessa. Includes four sonnets by the author and Lodovico Dolce. "Fine woodcut initials and headpieces" (cf. Apponyi). - Slight waterstain near beginning; front pastedown stamped by the Madrid bookseller Gabriel Sanchez. Edit 16, CNCE 10794/10799. Göllner 1061 (pt. 1 only). Adams C 1269. BM-STC Italian 165. Atabey 211. Jöcher I, 1804. Cf. Apponyi 381 (pt. 1, 1st issue only). Not in Blackmer.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-09-23 15:37:42
DODOENS Rembert
Plantin, Christophe, 1566. in-8, pp. 271, (9), leg. coeva piena perg. rigida, titolo ms. al dorso. Carattere corsivo, greco e rom.; riccamente illustrato da 84 silografie di piante, per la maggior parte a piena pagina, realizzate da Gerard Janssen van Kampen, Cornelis Muller e Arnold Nicolai su disegni di Pieter van der Bocht; marca al tit. (compasso retto da una mano che esce dalle nuvole con motto ''Labore et constantia''), iniziali istoriate. Precede il testo la dedica a ''D. Viglio Zuichemo, S. Bavonis Gandavensis praeposito'' datata 1565 e la prefazione dell'autore al lettore. Prima edizione di questo interessante trattato sui cereali e su varie specie di piante palustri ed acquatiche realizzato da Dodoens, medico e botanico olandese (1517-1585) che compì numerosi viaggi in Francia, Inghilterra ed Italia; divenne medico dell'imperatore Massimiliano II (1574) ed in seguito professore a Leida. Raro, censito in sole 5 biblioteche italiane. Buon esemplare (lievi ingialliture, alone d'umido al margine esterno degli ultimi dieci ff.). Ex-libris di Maurice Villaret.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-09-21 19:06:23
Senza note tipografiche (1566). [Agricoltura - statuti] (cm. 20.8) Piena pergamena originale con tracce di lacci. -pp. 101 (ma numerate 103 per errore) + pp. 3 nn., al frontis tre grandistemmi in xilografia: Papa Pio V, città di Roma, arte dell'agricoltura. Capilettera a fondo nero, e spazi bianchi con letternia guida. Edizione originale di grande rarità. Manca a Choix, Manzoni, Platner, Lozzi, Coleti, BM.STC ed Adams. Opera di grande interesse per le cosuetudini agrarie dell'agro Romano, nonchè per le relazioni delle leggi statutarie in confronto del diritto comune. Esemplare particolare, appartenuto a De Sanctis Girolamo del quale si legge alla sguardia e al frontis, l'ex librismanoscritto dell'epoca: " Dns. Hier. Romaninus De Sanctis Rom. Pos." Nulla abbiamo trovato circa questo antico possessore. Lieve ombreggiature marginali, macchiette, tracce d'uso e di polvere ma esemplare buono genuino e ben completo, stampato senza note tipografiche. * Chelazzi "Cat. Statuti della Biblioteca del Senato" Vol. VI p.145 con ampia descrizione.[f68] Libro
Bookseller: Libri Antichi e Rari Francesco&Claudia [IT]
2017-09-21 18:03:56
Chroniken, Karl der Grosse - (Schard, Simon):
Frankfurt, Corvin, Feyerabend und Gall Erben, 1566. Folio, circa 32 x 21 cm., 10, 224 (recte 222) num., 10 Bll., mit grossem Titelholzschnitt und Druckermarke am Schluss. Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. mit figürlichen Mittelplatten und grünen Bindbändern VD 16, S 2277. Adams G 488; ADB XXX, 582. Erste Sammelausgabe der vier wichtigsten mittelalterlichen Chroniken, herausgegeben von dem Juristen Simon Schard: Johannes Turpinus de vita Caroli Magni et Rolandi - Rhegino Abbas Prumiensis Diocesis Treviren. - Sigebertus Gemblacensis eiusque continuator Robertus de Monte. - Lambertus Schaffnaburgensis, alias Hirsfeldensis dictus. - Reich geprägter Einband, vorne mit Iustita, hinten mit Lucretia. - Wenig gebräunt und kaum fleckig, nur die letzten Blätter wasserrandig. Einband berieben, etwas wellig, Bänder ausgefranst, am Rücken eine kleine Platzstelle. Insgesamt mit berücksichtigten Gebrauchsspuren, aber immer noch recht dekorativ. [11 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2017-09-17 14:56:11
PLINE, Second - DU PINET, Antoine.
A Lyon, A la Salamandre Par Claude Senneton, 1566, 2 volumes in-folio de 365x230 mm environ, tome I : (1) f., (6) ff. (titre avec grande vignette gravée de l'imprimeur, épistre, ode, privilege)-xxxj-678 pages-(1)fb-(78) ff. de table avec 2 feuillets manuscrits dans le cahier H, (1) f. de colophon à la marque de l'imprimeur, (1) fb, - tome II : (1) fb, (16) ff. (titre avec grande vignette gravée de l'imprimeur, épistre, sommaires, table)-745 pages- (1) fb, (51) ff. (table), (1) f. de colophon à la marque de l'imprimeur, plein veau cognac, dos à nerfs portant titres et tomaisons dorés, pi-ces de titres en maroquin bordeaux, ornés de caissons à petits fers dorés, plats encadrés d'un double filet doré, tranches mouchetées de rouge. Les Tables des noms et matières des deux tomes ont une page de titre particulière. Bandeaux historiés. Lettrines ornées gravées sur bois. Belle marque de Charles Pesnot au titre et en colophon : une salamandre dans les flammes à la devise "Durer, mourir et non périr". Fréquentes erreurs de pagination sans manque de page (confirmé par les réclames et signatures), des mouillures et rousseurs, taches p. 350-351 et déchirure dans la marge p.357-358 du tome I, manque de matière sur les coins et coiffes mors fendus, frottements et épidermures. Pline l'Ancien (en latin Gaius Plinius Secundus), né en 23 ap. J.-C. à Novum Comum (l'actuelle Côme) dans le nord de l'Italie et mort en 79, à Stabies (Stabia en latin), près de Pompéi, lors de l'éruption du Vésuve, est un écrivain et naturaliste romain du Ier siècle, auteur d'une monumentale encyclopédie intitulée … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène SARL [Lyon, France]
2017-09-12 08:56:19
Francesco Guicciardini, (1483-1540)
Basileae : Excudebat Petrus Perna suis & Heinrici Petri impensis 1566 - Complete and in very good condition, folio, (20--index) 737, (3), 212 pages. . , 1566. First edition in this format. Missing blank pages at front and rear else complete. Very nice historiated initials. Old very light water satins in gutter from page 1 to page 20 and the margins from pages 21 to 47. Overall text is clean and legible with nice full margins of an inch and a half. Old name written in ink along lower edge. Rebound in modern buckram covered boards. The first Latin edition of this classic history of Italy by the famed Renaissance author and political theorist. Editions published in the same year and later where in the 4to format and are rather common--including the English translation. This folio formatted edition seldom appears on the market. On this book, International shipping is free [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Mark Scott Sieling [U.S.A.]
2017-09-12 00:09:09
Stefano d'Amico Maurizio Tabucchi
historische Dokumentation aller AR Modelle in typischer italienischer Edition. Texte in English und Italienisch 1566 Seiten in 2 Bänden Einbände minimal berieben, Schuber minimal berieben Eine bibliophile Rariät und ein Must für jeden AR Liebhaber.
Bookseller: alfalancia
2017-09-09 20:06:18
GREEK ANTHOLOGY
4to (250 x 155mm. )[4], 539 (=545, pp.283-288 bis), [35]pp., device on title-page, later Dutch vellum over pasteboard, yapp edges [Geneva]: E. Estienne, H. Fuggeri typographus,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2017-09-06 19:46:27
Bandi toscani
(Firenze bandi) CAPITOLI, ORDINI, PRIVILEGII della militia et bande di S.E. Illust. di nuovo ampliati. Con la aggiunta di nuovi Capitoli, et Privilegii concessi da l' Illustrissimo, et Eccell. S. Principe di Fiorenza, et Siena alla nuova militia de cavalli armati alla leggiera. Il dì primo di Maggio, 1566 con la sua tavola. In Fiorenza nella Stamperia Ducale, 1566. In - 4° antico, cop. muta recente. 30, (2) pp. Arme ducale nel front., postille a penna di antica mano nel margine di alcune pagine. Pacco 1 opuscoli Uff.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2017-09-05 19:38:23
Chemnitz Martin
Georg Rab. Folio. Four parts in one volume. (I:) (12, including one blank), 172, (6) leaves; (II:) (6), 220, (8) leaves; (III:) (8), 176, (8) leaves; (IV:) (12), 130, (8) leaves. Text printed in two columns. Title printed in red and black with a woodcut vignette by Jost Ammann (repeated twice) and with the printer's device on the title-page of Part II. Contemporary blind stamped calf, back with five raised bands, back panel with three small repairs (at the place of the clasps and part of the joint), clasps missing, old entries of ownership on the front fly-leaf, a few contemporary marginal annotations and underlining, otherwise a superb and genuine copy.RARE FIRST GERMAN EDITION. This evaluation and rebuttal of the decrees of the Council of Trent was originally published in Latin in four volumes between 1566 and 1573. The work had ten more editions until the end of the century, and numerous reprints later, the last, dating from 1861 (Berlin). The work had greater impact, greater readership, and brought Chemnitz greater fame than anything else he produced in his life."The preparation of the Examen absorbed Chemnitz' leisure for the next nine years. By the end of March 1565 he had worked out the first part sufficiently to send it to a colleague in Frankfurt/M., Martin Ritter, with the request to find a publisher. On Christmas Eve of that year Chemnitz was still reading proof and finding "manifold and most horrible errors'. The following spring the first part came out, dedicated to Duke Albert Frederick [of Prussia], the youthful son of Duke Albert the Elder. The second part f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto
2017-09-04 09:29:52
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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 [Salzburg, Austria]
2017-08-24 14:29:05
(RUEXNER, GEORG AND JOHANNES VON FRANCOLIN).
Frankfurt am Main, (Georg Rab for Sig.(mund) Feyerabend and Simon H�ter), 1566. Frankfurt am Main, (Georg Rab for Sig.(mund) Feyerabend and Simon Hüter), 1566. First title printed in red and black (small piece cut out from upper and lower part of title, re-margined) with numerous large woodcuts (some repeated) of tournaments and other festivities, 2 large double-page cuts (203 x 348 mm) of a tournament (dated 1565) 2 small and 2 large woodcut printer's devices (repeated), and c. 290 woodcut coats of arms by Jost Amman. 6 unn. leaves, CCXLIII leaves, 3 unn. leaves index; 4 unn. leaves, LXXXI leaves,. Small folio (297 x 192 mm). Late 19th vellum with gilt spine label, t.e.g. Library ticket of the American Type Founders Company on front paste-down, and exlibris Ambroise-Firmin Didot (1790-1876), famous collector, type founder and publisher (his sale 1879), and bookplate of the well-known library of C. Fairfax Murray (his sale 1917). Frankfurt am Main, (Georg Rab for Sig.(mund) Feyerabend and Simon Hüter), 1566. First Frankfurt edition, here with the fine woodcuts newly cut by Jost Amman (reprinted in 1578-79 at Frankfurt), and with Johannes von Francolin's appendix, and third edition of the text. Part one contains the description of 36 tournaments which had taken place in German and Swiss towns from the 10th to the 15th century. Part two consists of an account of the tournaments, skirmishes, processions, festivities, and other amusements which took place at Vienna from May 2 - June 1563, with the names and coats of arms of all persons taking part therein. Part 3 is concerned … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Switzerland]
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2017-08-24 14:28:47
(RÜXNER, Georg and Johannes von FRANCOLIN).
Frankfurt am Main, Georg Rab for Sig.(mund) Feyerabend and Simon Hüter. First title printed in red and black (small piece cut out from upper and lower part of title, re-margined) with numerous large woodcuts (some repeated) of tournaments and other festivities, 2 large double-page cuts (203 x 348 mm) of a tournament (dated 1565) 2 small and 2 large woodcut printer's devices (repeated), and c. 290 woodcut coats of arms by Jost Amman. 6 unn. leaves, CCXLIII leaves, 3 unn. leaves index; 4 unn. leaves, LXXXI leaves,. Small folio (297 x 192 mm). Late 19th vellum with gilt spine label, t.e.g. Library ticket of the American Type Founders Company on front paste-down, and exlibris Ambroise-Firmin Didot (1790-1876), famous collector, type founder and publisher (his sale 1879), and bookplate of the well-known library of C. Fairfax Murray (his sale 1917). Frankfurt am Main, (Georg Rab for Sig.(mund) Feyerabend and Simon Hüter), 1566. First edition with the new cut fine woodcuts by Jost Amman (reprinted in 1578-79 at Frankfurt), and with Johannes von Francolin's appendix, and third edition of the text. Part one contains the description of 36 tournaments which had taken place in German and Swiss towns from the 10th to the 15th century. Part two consists of an account of the tournaments, skirmishes, processions, festivities, and other amusements which took place at Vienna from May 2 - June 1563, with the names and coats of arms of all persons taking part therein. Part 3 is concerned with the tournaments held in celebration of the entry of Emperor Charles V into Bintz on August 22, 1549 wi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hellmut Schumann [CH]
2017-08-16 12:53:44
More Thomas
Leuven: Joannes Bogardus, 1566. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Later but old paneled calf, worn, rebacked, library marks to base of spine, small perforated stamp to title, library bookplate inside front cover, old catalog entry on endpaper, scattered notes in an early hand, small contemporary drawing of a book on the title, browning and soiling at page edges early on and at the end, small tear to last page not touching text, scattered staining, heavier to a few pages early on; clean overall and still about very good. An early issue of the 1st collected Latin edition of the complete works, first published in 1565 and appearing in a few states with either Bogardus or Petrus Zangrius as the publisher. Lacking the portrait (which may have appeared in a small number of copies) as usual. In a clamshell box. (6), 136 leaves. Front and rear blanks intact. Contains Utopia, History of Richard the Third, and other works. Printed in columns. Brunet III 1892 (stating that Utopia does not appear). Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Literature & Literary; Philosophy. Inventory No: 046451.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
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2017-08-16 12:53:44
More Thomas
Leuven: Joannes Bogardus, 1566. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Later but old paneled calf, worn, rebacked, library marks to base of spine, small perforated stamp to title, library bookplate inside front cover, old catalog entry on endpaper, scattered notes in an early hand, small contemporary drawing of a book on the title, browning and soiling at page edges early on and at the end, small tear to last page not touching text, scattered staining, heavier to a few pages early on; clean overall and still about very good. An early issue of the 1st collected Latin edition of the complete works, first published in 1565 and appearing in a few states with either Bogardus or Petrus Zangrius as the publisher. Lacking the portrait (which may have appeared in a small number of copies) as usual. In a clamshell box. (6), 136 leaves. Front and rear blanks intact. Contains Utopia, History of Richard the Third, and other works. Printed in columns. Brunet III 1892 (stating that Utopia does not appear). Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Literature & Literary; Philosophy. Inventory No: 046451.
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2017-08-07 16:26:21
JUNIUS, Hadrianus (1511-75)
Antwerp: Christophe Plantin, 1566. 8vo (167 x 111 mm). 58 woodcut emblems by Gerard Janssen van Kampen and Arnaud Nicolai after Geffroy Ballain and Pieter Huys. Contemporary limp vellum. Upper hinge cracked; some mostly marginal dampstaining. Provenance: purchased from Goodspeed's Book Shop, 1959. Second edition of this celebrated emblem book by the Dutch physician and classicist Hadrianus Junius (Adriaan de Jonge). It contains a letter to Sambucus, and the emblems have some iconography in common with those invented by Johannes Sambucus and Alciatus. This edition does not have the elaborate borders of the first, which had been published the previous year. Adams J-445; Landwehr, Low Countries 400; Praz, 17th-Century Imagery II, p. 385. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts
2017-08-06 09:02:16
JUNIUS, Hadrianus (1511-75)
Antwerp: Christophe Plantin, 1566. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. 8vo (167 x 111 mm). 58 woodcut emblems by Gerard Janssen van Kampen and Arnaud Nicolai after Geffroy Ballain and Pieter Huys. Contemporary limp vellum. Upper hinge cracked; some mostly marginal dampstaining. Provenance: purchased from Goodspeed's Book Shop, 1959. Second edition of this celebrated emblem book by the Dutch physician and classicist Hadrianus Junius (Adriaan de Jonge). It contains a letter to Sambucus, and the emblems have some iconography in common with those invented by Johannes Sambucus and Alciatus. This edition does not have the elaborate borders of the first, which had been published the previous year. Adams J-445; Landwehr, Low Countries 400; Praz, 17th-Century Imagery II, p. 385.
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts
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2017-08-03 12:26:12
Tausend und ein Tag.
Vier Bände. Zus. 1566 S., HLdrbde. (die Rücken minim. verblaßt). Sonst tadelloses Exemlar im Leinenschuber. Sarkowski 1725. * Dieses Exemplar in signierten Meistereinbänden von Roland Meuter: Halbfranzbände mit nachtblauem Maroquinleder, die Rücken mit Stempel- und Bogensatzdekor handvergoldet, die Kopfschnitte ebenfalls handvergoldet u. mit gepunztem Dekor. Jeder Band wurde mit einem anderen handoleographierten Papier überzogen, die Kapitale in passenden Farben von Hand gestochen.
Bookseller: Matthias Loidl
2017-07-21 13:32:21
Chemnitz, Martin.
Fol. Mit 4 (wiederh.) Holzschn.-Titelvignetten von Jost Amman sowie einigen Holzschn.-Vignetten u. -Initialen. Zus. ca. 930 S., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. durchzogenen Bünden u. handschriftl. Rückentitel. Spätere Ausgabe von Chemnitz' erstmals 1566-1573 erschienenem Hauptwerk, in dem er die Beschlüsse des Konzils von Trient einer sorgfältigen und für alle Zeiten epochemachenden Kritik unterzog (ADB IV, 117). - Einband etw. berieben, bestoßen u. fleckig. Vorsatzbl. m. altem Besitz- u. Schenkungsvermerk. Hinteres Vorsatzbl. m. umfangreicher, alter Anmerkung nach Matthias Hoë von Hoënegg. Etw. gebräunt, stockfleckig bzw. wasserrandig. - VD16, C 2173 IA 136.266 Adams C 1442.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2017-07-15 12:49:34
JUVENAL, PERSE.
Antverpiae, Ex officina Christoph. Plantini, 1566. Privatverauf wegen Teilauflösung meiner Bibliothek 192 Seiten 16 Originalledereinbnd kleine Fehlstellen,insgesamt jedoch ist das Buch für das Alter in sehr gutem Zustand ohne Stockflecken
Bookseller: urtica [Germany]
2017-07-10 20:35:09
[Anonymous] [Turkish wars].
One of three slightly differing issues printed by Zimmermann, with woodcut of fighting cavalry on title. Quite interesting news from June 1566: Arshan, Pasha of Ofen, a drinker and opium-smoker, had opened the siege of Palota. The imprint describes his escape after having been fooled by 400 peasants´ cars simulating an Imperial army. Suleyman the Magnificent had Arslan strangled in Harsany, in August 3. After Palota the Imperial forces regained Vessprim which had been held by the Turks since 1546. Simultaneously, Zrinyi defeated Sandshak Mohammed of Tirbala, his son and whole army causing Suleyman´s revenge and the siege of Szigeth. The Augsburg issues also contain an appendix of the re-ocuppation of Totis on July 21. Gollner, 1143, variant issue. Apponyi, Hungarica, 400.
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2017-07-09 20:54:00
MARCONVILLE, Jean De
Paris: Lean Dallier, 1566. Exceedingly scarce second edition. (First published in 1564). 8vo, 76, (1) page. Bound in contemporary full limp vellum, handwritten title on the spine, previous owner's name on top of the title page, dated 1580, 20th May. Binding a bit discoloured. Very light dampstain to top of last 15 pages, otherwise a fine copy. Printed in Roman lettering with italic side notes. BM STC, Fr. Supplement"p. 53. Adams (lists editions of 1571, 1586), Not in Gay; Brunet III, p. 1407; Tchemerzine or Hull, Chaste, Silent & Obedient. Kanner, The Women of England, p. 176; OCLC lists just the 1586 edition (at Rutgers). A country gentleman, born in 1540, Marconville was a prolific writer of popular philosophical works. In this obscure work, he discusses female virtues and vices and their consequences for man, with the aid of examples drawn from history. This is one of the few works that provide an accurate picture of the attitude of men towards women during the French Renaissance. ."Jean de Marconville's paradox On the Goodness and Badness of Women, 1564, devotes a whole chapter to the 'Excellence of women and their ingenious inventions'. He starts out by praising life in a community, the invention of letters, the creation of law and the invention of the clock. He isolates the invention of letters as the most important one because it allowed the preservation of ideas: things that happened a thousand years ago are present to us'. He asks: but who was the inventor of such great benefit to humankind? Was it the philosophers and wise men of times past?'. Marconville singl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Second Life Books, Inc. [Lanesborough, MA, U.S.A.]
2017-07-09 20:54:00
MARCONVILLE, Jean De.
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