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2020-07-30 23:53:02
Cuchalon, D. Hieronymi
ITALY, 1568 Published by ANTONIUM VINCETIUM Binding: HARD BACK TAN Size: 4X6 375 Pages Overall Condition is: GOOD Tan Vellum Bound Hard Back Cover. Has Red Spotted Edges. A Latin Book written in 1568. Written Completely in Latin. Pages have tanning and markings. Text is clear. Overall in good condition.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States]
2020-07-24 16:04:25
MARKHAM, Gervase.
[16], 88; [4], 264 (=244); [4], 84; [4], 57, [1 blank]; [4], 58; [4], 67, [1 blank]; [4], 86; [4], 37, [1 blank] pp.Second edition of an important manual of riding, breeding, hunting, farriery and veterinary matters, by one of the earliest western owners of, and dealers in, Arabian horses: the English writer and poet Gervase Markham (1568-1637). Markham praises the virtues of Turkish and Barb horses in particular: "They are to be knowne before all horses by the finenesse of their proportions, especially their heades and necks, which nature hath so well shap'd, and plac'd, that they commonly save art his greatest labour: they are swift beyond other forraigne horses, and to that use in England we only imploy them [...]". Besides the breeding of these horses, Markham gives information on saddles and bits, etc., as well as numerous cures for horse ailments.With bookblate and several owner's inscriptions. First quire detached from bookblock, browned, marginal waterstains, some occasional spots or smudges and a few wormholes in some of the last quires. Binding slightly rubbed along the extremities. In good conditionl ESTC S112112; Poynter 19.2; cf. Dejager 137; Huth 15; Podeschi 18.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-24 13:24:37
Usuardus, Sangermanensis, Radulfus Jean Hessels u. a.
Leuven : Welleus, Hieronymus, 1568. [272] Bl. Mit wiederholter Druckermarke auf dem Titel und Zwischentitel sowie einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen. STC 201. Adams U 97. - Vgl. LThK X, 462. - Enthält im zweiten Teil von Radulfus de Rivo "Calendarius ecclesiasticus generalis" und von J. Hessels "Censura de quibusdam Sanctorum historiis". - Usuardus "verfaßte im Auftrage Karls des Kahlen zwischen 863 und 869 ein neues Martyrologium . Es fand rasch in Benediktinerklöstern und Kirchen des Abendlandes Eingang, verdrängte als liturgisch trefflichstes die früheren Matyrologien aus dem Chorgebrauch, hatte auf die späteren einen großen Einfluß und bildet die Grundlage des heutigen Martyrologium Romanum" (LThK). - la Gewicht in Gramm: 1200 Ganzpergament-Einband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. (Rücken etwas sperrend und leicht eingerissen, Vorsätze erneuert, sonst sehr wohl erhalten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Münster, NRW, Germany]
2020-07-23 09:40:04
RENOU (RENODAEUS), Jean de.
10, [18], 195, [1 blank], 257, [1 blank], [42], [2 blank], [24], 320, [24] pp.First edition of a comprehensive and influential medical work, written by the Parisian physician Jean de Renou (1568-1620). "Of particular influence on the practice of French pharmacy were the writings of Jean de Renou (1608), providing a formulary, a textbook, and a guide to the preservation of drugs, the use of pharmaceutical equipment and to the rules of professional ethics" (Sonnedecker). The work is divided into two parts, each with its own engraved part-title. The first part starts with some general chapters on the principles of pharmacology and what a proper apothecary is like. Several chapters follow on different types of medicines, their characteristics, how to compound them and when to prescribe them. Three large chapters cover the different ingredients and their medicinal powers, distinguishing between plants, minerals and parts of animals. Whereas the first part is more introductory and informative, the second part is more like a pharmacopoeia. It gives many recipes for medicines, with comments on the diseases or ailments they're supposed to cure.With an owner's inscription on the back of the title-page. Somewhat browned throughout, with some marginal water stains, minor thumbing, a few small spots and a few marginal annotations in ink. Binding restored and rebacked, as noted above, hinges slightly cracked.l Krivatsy 9564; G. Sonnedecker, Kremers and Urdang's History of Pharmacy (1976) p. 424.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-22 16:21:10
Usuardus, Sangermanensis, Radulfus Jean Hessels u. a.
Leuven : Welleus, Hieronymus,, 1568. 3 Teile in einem Band. [272] Bl. Mit wiederholter Druckermarke auf dem Titel und Zwischentitel sowie einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Ganzpergament-Einband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. (Rücken etwas sperrend und leicht eingerissen, Vorsätze erneuert, sonst sehr wohl erhalten. STC 201. Adams U 97. - Vgl. LThK X, 462. - Enthält im zweiten Teil von Radulfus de Rivo "Calendarius ecclesiasticus generalis" und von J. Hessels "Censura de quibusdam Sanctorum historiis". - Usuardus "verfaßte im Auftrage Karls des Kahlen zwischen 863 und 869 ein neues Martyrologium ... Es fand rasch in Benediktinerklöstern und Kirchen des Abendlandes Eingang, verdrängte als liturgisch trefflichstes die früheren Matyrologien aus dem Chorgebrauch, hatte auf die späteren einen großen Einfluß und bildet die Grundlage des heutigen Martyrologium Romanum" (LThK). - Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Germany]
2020-07-22 15:21:04
Ost- und Westfriesland
mit altem Grenz- und Flächenkolorit, dat. 1568, 1603, 34,2 x 50,5 "Van den Broecke, Nr. 80. ( lat. Ausgabe 1603 ); Koemann Ort. 9. - Mit 2 ausgemalten Rollwerkskartuschen, Windrose und maritimer Staffage. - Im Zentrum der Karte die Stadt Emden und der Dollart."
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Germany]
2020-07-22 10:24:17
Jean Crispin, Geneva
Geneva: Jean Crispin, 1568. Good condition. Rebound. Lacks preliminaries & OT title page. Minus two leaves 108-109 in Hebrews. 1568 Geneva Bible. Scarce. 1st Edition with Psalter. Printed by Jean Crispin, Geneva. Inscription & markings throughout. See pictures. 1568 Geneva Bible. Scarce. 1st Edition with Psalter. Printed by Jean Crispin, Geneva. Good condition. Rebound in dark brown leather blind decorative design on on covers. Gold gilt title on spine. Spine has 4 raised ribs. Lacks preliminaries & OT title page. Complete Old Testament beginning with Genesis 1 (two leaves in Ezekiel replaced with smaller period leaves from another printing, bound in). Includes complete Apocrypha, Table of Names, NT Title present, & New Testament complete minus two leaves 108-109 in Hebrews. Complete table, treatise by Athanasius, complete 1st of Psalter, lacks title & Catechism by John Calvin, through page 72 - lacks 10 leaves: 410, 94, 9, 1, 129, 10, 58 & 72. There are also various woodcuts/inserts found throughout, though trimmed with loss over the years. Inscription & markings throughout. Size: 6 3/4" x 9" x 3" thick. See pictures. Store - front bookcase Geneva Bible. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: rarebiblesandmore [Lynchburg, Virginia, United States]
2020-07-08 15:47:51
1568. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Vergilius Maro, P.. L'opere di Vergilio. Cioè la Buccolica, Georgica, Eneida. Nuovamente da diversi eccellentissimi auttori tradotte in versi sciolti. Venezia, Domenico Farri, 1568. 8°, circa 15,6 x 11 cm. 8 ff., 28, 67 num ff., 1 blank f., 280 num ff., with two printer's devices and many woodcuts in the text Contemporary vellum with 19th cent. label to spine. - ITICCUBVEE�11647. Pretty illustrated Italian edition of the works of Vergil, translated by humanists. Here with a new dedication by the printer Farri to Angela Bonamini from september 1567. With a biography of the poet by Tommaso Porcacchi, the Bucolica translated by Andrea Lori, the Georgica by Bernardino Daniello and each book of the Eneid by a different translator, including Lodovico Domenichi who in other Farri editions is mentioned as general editor (not here). - Some browning, only little spotting but mostly clean inside. Title with small owner s inscription on the back, last white endpaper with a tavke of the translators in a modern hand. Binding a little dusty and just slightly rubbed, altogether nice. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: embasi [München, Germany]
2020-07-04 16:58:05
GUICCIARDINI, Francesco
Vinegia [Venice]: Appresso Gabriel Giolito, 1568. 4to, (lxxviii), 819, (1, xxiv), 173, (3) pp. Woodcut portrait frontispiece. Worming and some loss to the lower corner of the fly leaf and first 16 leaves, the final two leaves of the Life of Guicciardini misbound in the middle of the previous gathering, bookplate of Thomas de Grey, Baron Grantham, with a small associated manuscript library label to the foot of the paste down. Late 18th century speckled calf, blind rules to covers, "Newby Hall" in gilt to the upper cover, red morocco spine label, rebacked retaining the original backstrip. An early edition of Guicciardini's account of Italian history in the late 15th and early 16th centuries. De Grey inherited Newby Hall, near Ripon in North Yorkshire, from his cousin in 1792, adapting the dining room designed by Robert Adam to be his library. Later Earl de Grey, he was Lord Lieutenant of Ireland from 1841-44.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB) [Lewes, United Kingdom]
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2020-07-01 19:44:50
ESTIENNE, Robert [edit.]
Lvtetiae [Paris]: officina Roberti Stephani, 1568. 1568 BIBLE Robert Estienne Greek New Testament O Mirificam Paris Erasmus RARERobert Estienne's 16th-century Paris Bibles are some of the most famous Greek versions of scripture. According to Wordsworth, through Darlow and Moule, Estienne's "Biblical work had perhaps more influence than that of any other single man in the 16th-century."The text Estienne used, for the most part, comes from that of Erasmus and the Complutensian Polyglot. First published in 1546, 'O Mirificam' Estienne Bibles are some of the most important and rare 16th-century Bibles in the world. Like the original, this 1568 edition features the iconic printer's device associated with these bibles of a serpent intertwined with a branch and spear.Item number: #10716Price: $1500ESTIENNE, Robert [edit.]Tēs Kainēs Diathēkēs apanta. = Nouum Testamentum. Ex bibliotheca regiaLvtetiae [Paris]: Ex officina Roberti Stephani..., 1568.Details: · Collation: Complete; 2 volumes in 1o [32], 494, [2]o 342, [42]· References: Darlow & Moule 4620; USTC 140582· Language: Greek / Latin (title)· Binding: Leather; tight & secure· Size: ~5in X 3in (13cm x 8cm)· Exceedingly rare and desirableOur Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!10716Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2020-06-29 07:31:09
1568. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Explicationes in Acta Apostolorum concise ac breviter ex Patribus collectae, Graece nunc primum editae ex Bibliotheca Ioannis Sambuci... cum interpretatione Latina Laurentii Sifani Prunsfeldii. His accesserunt orationes quinque diversorum Patrum, nempe Gregorii Nysseni, Amphilochii, Iconii, Ioannis Chrysostomi, Cyrilli et Timothei Hierosolymorum presbyteri. Item Gregorii Nysseni oratio de Deitate Filii & Spiritus sancti... 2 in 1 Band. Köln, Cervicornus für Birckmann, 1568. Folio, circa 30,8 x 21 cm. 4 Bll., 212 SS., 2 w. Bll.; 2 Bll., SS. 213-272 (recte 274), 1 w. Bl., mit 2 Druckermarken auf den Titeln Pergament d. Zt. - VD16 B 4946; Adams 598 u. 599; Hoffmann III, 541. Seltene erste Ausgabe des Kommentares zur Apostelgeschichte von dem byzantinischen Theologen und Erzbischof von Ohrid Theophylakt (2. Hälfte 11. Jh.). Griechischer Text nach einem Codex, den der ungarische Humanist Johannes Sambucus entdeckte. Die parallele lateinische Übersetzung stammt von dem Juristen und Philologen Laurentius Sifanus (1510-1579). - Es gibt von dieser Ausgabe offenbar mindestens drei verschiedene Varianten, Adams datiert eine bereits 1567, die jedoch den zweiten Teil nicht enthält (und auch dem VD 16 unbekannt ist). Nach Seite 212 beginnt mit eigenem Titel eine ebenfalls zweisprachige Sammlung von Reden "De occursu Domini nostri Iesu Christi..." Dabei Texte von Gregor von Nyssa, Amphilochius Cappadox, Johannes Chrysostomus, Cyrillus Hierosolymitanus und Timotheus Antiochenus. - Erster Titel mit kleiner Spur von entferntem altem Stempel und unten im I … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: embasi [München, Germany]
2020-06-26 23:36:04
TOSCANELLA Oratio & PLUTARQUE
- Apresso appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, In Vinegia 1568, In-4 (14,5x21cm), (20) 268pp. ; (20) 121pp. (3) Sig : *4 **6 A-Q8 R6; *6 **4 A-O4 P6., 2 parties en un volume relié. - Neuauflage. Spezifische Titelseite für den zweiten Teil. Druckermarke auf der Titelseite. Ziemlich geschichtsträchtige Drop Caps, einschließlich der von Laocoon. Drucken in Kursiv- und Romanschrift für die Vorbereitungen. Einband aus weichem Pergament des 18. Jahrhunderts mit Klappen. Glatter Rücken. 2 Titelstücke: eines in beige Marokko, das zweite in schwarzem Marokko. Rücken verschmutzt und getrübt. Flecken auf dem Geschirr. Erstes Titelblatt diskret am unteren Rand restauriert. Besonders frische Kopie. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Seconde édition, réimpression de l'originale de 1567 chez le même éditeur. Certains bibliographes donne cette édition pour l'originale, avec un titre de relais à la date de 1568. Page de titre spécifique pour la seconde partie. Marque de l'imprimeur sur les pages de titre et sur le recto du dernier feuillet. Jolies lettrines historiées, dont celle du Laocoon, ornements. Impression sur 2 colonnes, en caractères italiques et romaines pour les préliminaires. Belle édition bien imprimée. Reliure en plein velin souple du XVIIIe à rabats. Dos lisse. 2 pièces de titre : une en maroquin beige, la seconde en maroquin noir. Dos sali et assombri. Taches sur les plats. Premier feuillet de titre restauré discrètement en marge basse. Exemplaire particulièrement frais. Edition réalisée par Oratio Toscanella. Chapitres préliminaires très intéressants sur les fêtes dans l'Antiquité, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [France]
2020-06-26 07:22:39
Biblia Sacra
Lugduni: Vincentius, 1568. 1568 Holy Bible Biblia Sacra Vulgate Woodcuts Illustrated MAPS Lyon VincentAn incredibly rare and valuable 16th-century Holy Bible. This 1568 Latin edition is from Bartholomew Vincent who included stunning woodcut engravings throughout - full-page, folding, and in-text illustrations. And while the illustrated figures are of intrigue, the folding maps included in this Bible, make this work one of the best 16th-century Bibles.Item number: #10778Price: $1500Biblia SacraBiblia Sacra: Ad veritatem Hebraicam & probatissimorum exemplarium fidem summa diligentia castigata: Cum figuris & descriptionibus etiam chorographicis, quibus variorum aedificiorum ac operum structurae, atque regiones ob omnium oculus ponuntur ; Accesserunt praeterea, Hebraicorum, Chaldaeorum, Graecorum nominum interpretationes & copiosissimi IndicesLugduni: Vincentius, 1568.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso [8], 1170, [39]· References: FB 57426; USTC 140530; not in D&M· Language: Latin· Binding: Leather; tight & secure· Size: ~7.25in X 5in (18cm x 13cm)Our Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!10778Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2020-06-24 05:05:02
Wittenberg
"Kupferstich aus Bertelli, ""Civitatvm aliqvot insigniorvm .."", 1568, 17,5 x 24" "Bifolco/Ronca (2018) Taf. 353.1 (von 2); nicht bei Meurer, Strabo. - Sehr seltene Ansicht im 1. Zustand (von 2) mit den beiden Monogrammen ""F.F."" und ""F.B."" unten links."
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Germany]
2020-06-23 05:42:03
Usuardus, Sangermanensis, Radulfus Jean Hessels u. a
Leuven, Welleus, Hieronymus, 1568. [272] Bl. Mit wiederholter Druckermarke auf dem Titel und Zwischentitel sowie einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Ganzpergament-Einband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. (Rücken etwas sperrend und leicht eingerissen, Vorsätze erneuert, sonst sehr wohl erhalten. STC 201. Adams U 97. - Vgl. LThK X, 462. - Enthält im zweiten Teil von Radulfus de Rivo "Calendarius ecclesiasticus generalis" und von J. Hessels "Censura de quibusdam Sanctorum historiis". - Usuardus "verfaßte im Auftrage Karls des Kahlen zwischen 863 und 869 ein neues Martyrologium ... Es fand rasch in Benediktinerklöstern und Kirchen des Abendlandes Eingang, verdrängte als liturgisch trefflichstes die früheren Matyrologien aus dem Chorgebrauch, hatte auf die späteren einen großen Einfluß und bildet die Grundlage des heutigen Martyrologium Romanum" (LThK). -
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Germany]
2020-06-22 18:33:11
Hyperius, Andreas
Basel, Johannes Oporinus, 1568. (8) 768 (22) folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with raised bands and clasps on straps, 8° (Bottom outer corners slightly worn. The boards of the binding are decorated with a large central panel-stamp surrounded by other ornamental stamps and rolls, with on the front cover the year 1573 in a horizontal panel. Provenance: From the library of German Protestant theologian Albrecht Ritschl (1822-1889), who wrote extensively on Christian doctrine and lectured on systematic theology, with his name and the year 1870 on the titlepage. The Reformer Andreas Hyperius (1511-1564) or Andreas Gerhard, named Hyperius after his place of birth Ypern, was a theologian originating from the Southern Netherlands and for many years an influential professor of both theology and philosophy at the University of Marburg. His Methodus Theologica, a dogmatic which came out posthumously was prepared for the press by Heinrich Vietor, his colleague at the Marburg Academy. Initially Hyperius envisaged the work in six parts but he died before being able to complete it thus resulting in a 3-part work treating resp. God, Man and Church. (The unfinished parts would have been Law and Gospel, the Sacraments and the End Times.) His dogmatic textbook is composed in a very simple and clear manner which was not only addressing the mind but also the heart.)
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2020-06-21 19:27:05
Condition: Buone condizioni. ZONCA, Vittorio (1568-1602), Novo teatro di machine et edifici per varie et sicure operationi. Co le loro figure tagliate in rame e la dichiaratione, e dimostratione di ciascuna Padova Francesco Bertelli In folio (mm. 300x206). Pp. [8], 115, [1] e [2] carte fuori paginazione, poste tra le pp. 88-89, recanti 3 incisioni firmate "Ben. W. fe." (Benjamin Wright). Diversi errori di numerazione. Segnatura: p2 A2 2A-O4 P2. Bel frontespizio architettonico e 42 tavole calcografiche a piena pagina nel testo. Capilettera xilografici. Pergamena semirigida coeva (minime mancanze al dorso e lievi macchie ai piatti). Al verso del risguardo anteriore ex-libris a stampa "Bibliothèque de Gabriel Koenigs Professeur à l'Université de Paris"; più sopra nota manoscritta di carattere bibliografico firmata "Guidicini, 28 agosto 1826". Lievi aloni marginali, piccolo strappo verticale al margine inferiore della c. B1 senza danno. Alcune tavole un po' sbiadite, ma nel complesso ottima copia marginosa. SECONDA EDIZIONE (reimpressione della prima del 1607, sempre del Bertelli, salvo che per una nuova dedica dell'editore a Nicolò de Lazara) di uno dei grandi classici tra i libri di macchine del tardo Rinascimento italiano. Insieme al Branca, al Ramelli, al Veranzio, al Biringuccio, al Cardano, Zonca rappresenta uno degli esponenti di spicco di quella che da A. P. Usher (A History of Mechanical Inventions, New York, 1929) è stata definita la «scuola degli ingegneri italiani», tutti in qualche modo debitori, direttamente o indirettamente, dell'opera di Leonardo. Con essi lo Zo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-06-21 16:49:02
ZONCA, Vittorio (1568-1602), Novo theater of machines and buildings for various and safe operations. With their copper-cut figures and the declaration, and demonstration of each Padua Francesco Bertelli In folio (300x206 mm). Pp. [8], 115, [1] and [2] off-pagination cards, placed between pp. 88-89, bearing 3 engravings signed "Ben. W. fe. " (Benjamin Wright). Several numbering errors. mark: p2 TO22AO4 P2. Nice architectural frontispiece and 42 full page chalcographic plates in the text. Woodcut letterheads. Coeval semi-rigid parchment (minimal shortcomings in the back and slight spots on the plates). On the reverse of the front flyleaf ex-libris printed "Bibliothèque de Gabriel Koenigs Professeur à l'Université de Paris"; above handwritten bibliographic note signed "Guidicini, 28 August 1826". Slight marginal halos, small vertical tear at the lower edge of the c. B1 without damage. Some boards a little faded, but overall an excellent marginal copy. SECOND EDITION (reimpression of the first of 1607, always by Bertelli, except for a new dedication by the publisher to Nicolò de Lazara) of one of the great classics among the machinery books of the late Italian Renaissance. Together with Branca, Ramelli, Veranzio, Biringuccio, Cardano, Zonca represents one of the leading exponents of the one that from AP Usher (A History of Mechanical Inventions, New York, 1929) has been defined as the "school of Italian engineers", all of whom are in some way directly or indirectly indebted to Leonardo's work. With them, Zonca shares the superb quality and copious quantity of the figures, the p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-06-16 03:37:03
Usuardus, Sangermanensis, Radulfus Jean Hessels u. a.
Leuven : Welleus, Hieronymus, 1568. [272] Bl. Mit wiederholter Druckermarke auf dem Titel und Zwischentitel sowie einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen. STC 201. Adams U 97. - Vgl. LThK X, 462. - Enthält im zweiten Teil von Radulfus de Rivo "Calendarius ecclesiasticus generalis" und von J. Hessels "Censura de quibusdam Sanctorum historiis". - Usuardus "verfaßte im Auftrage Karls des Kahlen zwischen 863 und 869 ein neues Martyrologium . Es fand rasch in Benediktinerklöstern und Kirchen des Abendlandes Eingang, verdrängte als liturgisch trefflichstes die früheren Matyrologien aus dem Chorgebrauch, hatte auf die späteren einen großen Einfluß und bildet die Grundlage des heutigen Martyrologium Romanum" (LThK). - la Gewicht in Gramm: 1200 Ganzpergament-Einband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. (Rücken etwas sperrend und leicht eingerissen, Vorsätze erneuert, sonst sehr wohl erhalten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Münster, NRW, Germany]
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2020-06-15 17:27:07
CHARLES IX
Paris: Robert Estienne, 1568. Edict of LongjumeauScott H. Duvall, in his citation for the copy of Lettres patentes at Brigham Young University, crystallizes in a sentence the message of the pamphlet: "Because many towns, and even Parlements, had not published the latest Edict of Pacification, the King orders them to do so, and to follow its contents."1 An edict of pacification was, essentially, a sovereign order ostensibly permitting freedoms in the Reformed Church. Edicts were issued in 1562 and 1563, and then again in 1568; this last, termed the Edict of Longjumeau, which ended the second of the French Wars of Religion, is the subject of present pamphlet. Charles IX revoked all the edicts of pacification a few months later with the Edict of Saint Maur, and the Third War began. Charles's order to publish in Lettres patentes was evidently heeded--the edict soon appeared in printings at Lyon, Troyes, Orléans, Rouen, and Paris; even an English translation materialized, published in London by William Seres the same year. The pamphlet is uncommon, with American holdings at BYU and Newberry. Octavo, 159 x 97 x 1 mm; A4, [8] pp. Binding of old, heavy, fawn paper wraps, slightly worn. Leaves toned, small hole in tail gutter margin, not near text, evidence of guarding to gutter margins. At one time a member of a Sammelband; ink numbering to first and last pages: 169 and 176.Provenance: Albert A. Howard,2 whose monogrammatic ex-libris occurs inside lower cover; green label of J. L. Beijers3 inside front cover; ex-libris of Paul Schmidt4 inside front cover; contemporary init … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: W. S. Cotter Rare Books [United States]
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2020-06-15 10:48:04
GRÉVIN, Jacques.
Deux livres des venins.Antwerp, Christoffel Plantin, 1568 (colophon: October 1567). With Plantin's woodcut device on the title-page and 52 woodcuts in the text, made for this edition by Jehan de Gourmont after drawings by Geoffroy Ballain, both in Paris.With: (2) NICANDER of Colophon (translated by Jacques GRÉVIN). Les oeuvres de Nicandre.Antwerp, Christoffel Plantin, 1567. With the same Plantin device. 2 works in 1 volume. 4to. French calf (ca. 1780?), gold-tooled spine, gold fillets on the boards and board edges. [8], 333, [6], [1 blank]; 90, [2] pp. First edition (the only edition in the original French) of a detailed and well-illustrated account of poisonous animals and plants and their venoms, along with the treatments for their poisoning, whether from bites, stings, contact or ingestion, by the Paris playwright and physician Jacques Grévin (ca. 1538/39-1570). The excellent illustrations include snakes, lizards, toads, frogs, a salamander, scorpians, spiders, various insects, centipedes, a leech, skates and other sorts of fish, a rabid dog, a mongoose (for its role in killing snakes), a dragon[!], poisonous plants, including mushrooms, and even a shrew, though its bite is not poisonous. It gives the names of the animals and plants in Greek, Latin and French. It was clearly designed to be issued together with the work that follows: the first French edition (in Grévin's verse translation) of the two surviving works of the Greek poet and physician Nicander of Colophon (active ca. 135 BCE; frequent later dates appear to be errors): Les theriaques (Theriaca, on poisonous an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:36:17
ROGEL, Hans the elder.
Capital und Versal Buech, allerhanndt grosser und kleiner Alphabeth, zue den Hauptschrifften und Büechern, dessgleichen in Canntzleyen unnd gemein, zuegebrauchen ganntz zierlich geordiniert. Augsburg, Johann Jacob Schönig, [1680/94, printed from the woodblocks of 1568]. Oblong folio (21 x 34 cm). With a richly calligraphic woodcut title-page (18 x 28 cm), with text in white fraktur lettering on black, with a white panel at the foot with the letterpress imprint in a fraktur type; and 9 (of 10) full-page woodcuts (about 17 x 25.5 cm) showing alphabets in white on black, one dated 1568: 8 with decorated gothic capitals (versals: 22-150 mm) and 1 with textura capitals, textura lowercase and roman capitals, all versos blank. With a small and perhaps fragmentary manuscript on parchment (2 ll., 11.5 x 13.5 cm, written on both sides): a Protestant copybook written (soon?) after 1557, probably in Basle or vicinity, with 7 writing samples, including alphabets of capitals and minuscules, the first two pages in fraktur gothic styles, and the last two in humanistic styles. Vellum (ca. 1985?), in a cloth slipcase. [10 (of 11)] ll. Sixth known copy of Johann Jacob Schönig's edition of a stunningly decorative Augsburg writing master's woodcut copybook, devoted primarily to decorated gothic capitals (versals), printed in the period 1680-1694 from the original woodblocks of the first edition of 1568. Hans Rogel the elder (1532-1592), writing master, school teacher, poet, wood-block cutter, engraver, printer and publisher at Augsburg cut the woodblocks and probably executed the lettering hims … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-11 09:29:13
Alamanni, Antonio
Unbranded. Condition: Bon état. I Sonetti Del Burchiello Alamanni Antonio Joints 1568 Cette fiche produit a été automatiquement traduite. Si vous avez des questions, n'hésitez pas à nous contacter. LA SONETTI DEL BURCHIELLO ALAMANNI ANTONIO GIUNTI 1568 Titre: Les sonnets de Burchiello Auteur: Alamanni, Antonio Éditeur: Giunti Année: 1568 Statut: 5000 Pages de condition: 66 Conditions de couverture: 35 Volumes: 1 Langue: 8 Couverture: 2 Nombre de pages: 126 Notes: signes normaux de vieillissement Code interne: LBRBRV_0000001033 La boutique Book of Face est spécialisée dans les livres abandonnés ou les reliquats. Au fil des ans, il s'est imposé comme l'une des réalités les plus importantes d'eBay dans le domaine de la vente de livres. Dans l'onglet livre, vous trouverez les conditions des mêmes que celles que nous avons classées dans Neuf et Utilisé La catégorie Utilisé est à son tour divisée en sous-catégories suivantes: Très bon état: beaux livres. Bon état: livres usagés, sans déchirures ni soulignements, papier et couverture de bonne qualité. État passable: livres usagés qui portent des signes de vieillissement, mais qui sont complets avec toutes les pages. Mauvais état: livres avec des traces évidentes d'humidité, des larmes et une couverture en ruine. À relier: livres usagés très abîmés nécessitant une reliure. Indiquez toujours une adresse habitée pour la livraison et votre numéro de téléphone, vous apporter le livre sera simple et immédiat Acheter avec Paypal est absolument gratuit, rapide, pratique et sûr. etc. Les livres sont expédiés dans les 24 heures ouvrables su … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libro_di_faccia [15040 Pietra Marazzi (AL), Italy]
2020-06-10 14:14:55
ROGEL, Hans the elder.
Capital und Versal Buech, allerhanndt grosser und kleiner Alphabeth, zue den Hauptschrifften und Büechern, dessgleichen in Canntzleyen unnd gemein, zuegebrauchen ganntz zierlich geordiniert. Augsburg, Johann Jacob Schönig, [1680/94, printed from the woodblocks of 1568]. Oblong folio (21 x 34 cm). With a richly calligraphic woodcut title-page (18 x 28 cm), with text in white fraktur lettering on black, with a white panel at the foot with the letterpress imprint in a fraktur type; and 9 (of 10) full-page woodcuts (about 17 x 25.5 cm) showing alphabets in white on black, one dated 1568: 8 with decorated gothic capitals (versals: 22-150 mm) and 1 with textura capitals, textura lowercase and roman capitals, all versos blank. With a small and perhaps fragmentary manuscript on parchment (2 ll., 11.5 x 13.5 cm, written on both sides): a Protestant copybook written (soon?) after 1557, probably in Basle or vicinity, with 7 writing samples, including alphabets of capitals and minuscules, the first two pages in fraktur gothic styles, and the last two in humanistic styles. Vellum (ca. 1985?), in a cloth slipcase. [10 (of 11)] ll. Sixth known copy of Johann Jacob Schönig's edition of a stunningly decorative Augsburg writing master's woodcut copybook, devoted primarily to decorated gothic capitals (versals), printed in the period 1680-1694 from the original woodblocks of the first edition of 1568. Hans Rogel the elder (1532-1592), writing master, school teacher, poet, wood-block cutter, engraver, printer and publisher at Augsburg cut the woodblocks and probably executed the lettering hims … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-01 13:52:16
Hyperius, Andreas
Basel, Johannes Oporinus, 1568. (8) 768 (22) folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with raised bands and clasps on straps, 8° (Bottom outer corners slightly worn. The boards of the binding are decorated with a large central panel-stamp surrounded by other ornamental stamps and rolls, with on the front cover the year 1573 in a horizontal panel. Provenance: From the library of German Protestant theologian Albrecht Ritschl (1822-1889), who wrote extensively on Christian doctrine and lectured on systematic theology, with his name and the year 1870 on the titlepage. The Reformer Andreas Hyperius (1511-1564) or Andreas Gerhard, named Hyperius after his place of birth Ypern, was a theologian originating from the Southern Netherlands and for many years an influential professor of both theology and philosophy at the University of Marburg. His Methodus Theologica, a dogmatic which came out posthumously was prepared for the press by Heinrich Vietor, his colleague at the Marburg Academy. Initially Hyperius envisaged the work in six parts but he died before being able to complete it thus resulting in a 3-part work treating resp. God, Man and Church. (The unfinished parts would have been Law and Gospel, the Sacraments and the End Times.) His dogmatic textbook is composed in a very simple and clear manner which was not only addressing the mind but also the heart.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
2020-05-15 20:15:03
Cuchalon, D. Hieronymi
ITALY, 1568 Published by ANTONIUM VINCETIUM Binding: HARD BACK TAN Size: 4X6 375 Pages Overall Condition is: GOOD Tan Vellum Bound Hard Back Cover. Has Red Spotted Edges. A Latin Book written in 1568. Written Completely in Latin. Pages have tanning and markings. Text is clear. Overall in good condition.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States]
2020-05-13 11:21:02
Firenze,: senza nome di stampatore (ma Bartolomeo Gamba), 1568 (ma 1810 ca.). Firenze, senza nome di stampatore (ma Bartolomeo Gamba), 1568 (ma 1810 ca.). In-8 p. (mm. 228x162), lussuosa legatura in p. pelle (dorso restaur.), cornici dorate ai piatti con al centro (in cartiglio decorato) Madonna con Bambino impressa in oro (al piatto anter.) e fontana di colore rosso su fondo verde, al piatto poster. Testo: 31,(2) cc.num. (ma carte 42, per i frequenti errori nella numeraz.); al frontespizio la bella e grande vignetta xilografata col ballo delle ragazze; in fine la data: Firenze L’Anno M.D.LXVIII. Contraffazione della rarissima seconda edizione fiorentina del 1568, realizzata da Bartolomeo Gamba da Bassano, Accademico della Crusca e bibliografo, stampata in 100 esemplari. Così infatti il Gamba,266 precisa: “leggesi in quest’edizione qualche componimento che manca nelle antecedenti, quantunque più copiose. Sono ormai circa trent’anni da che m’è venuto il capriccio di contraffare quest’edizione, e di farne imprimere oltre cento esemplari, stando attaccato possibilmente all’originale, da cui ho ricopiato gli errori..; come non meno l’intaglio in legno che adorna il frontespizio. A fine di distinguere questa contraffazione si osservi la prima lettera iniziale con cui cominciano le Canzoni; la quale lettera nell’originale rappresenta due persone azzuffate, una dall’altra atterrata; e nella copia rappresenta un paesetto con fabbriche”. Esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Bottega delle occasioni [Italy]
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2020-05-11 16:25:29
ALEXANDRIA (Al-Iskandariya / El-Iskandariya) / Ägypten (Egypt):
1568. Holzschnitt v. Johannes Helfferich aus Kurtzer vnd wahrhafftiger Bericht von der Reise aus Venedig nach Hierusalem, Von dannen in Aegypten, b. Joh. Beyer in Leipzig, 1568, 18,8 x 29,5 (29,5 x 31,1) Zeigt die ägyptische Mittelmeerstadt Alexandria aus der Vogelschau. - Über der Ansicht Vedutentitel; unter der Ansicht Legende in 3 Spalten von A. - Z. u. von AA. - KK. - Sehr seltene frühe Vedute der ägyptischen Hafenstadt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2020-05-09 14:11:47
ARIOSTO Lodovico
Venetia,: appresso Domenico & Gio. Battista Guerra, 1568. Venetia, appresso Domenico & Gio. Battista Guerra, 1568. In-24 p. (mm.132x70), 2 volumi, p. pergamena coeva, cornici e decoraz. a secco ai piatti, pp. 431; 1027 (numeraz. continua), 13 cc.nn., frontespizio inquadrato in cornice figurata con al centro l’impresa dello stampatore (ripetuta al recto dell’ultima c. con il motto: “Ivventus (sic) renovata”); testo in carattere romano (eccettuati gli "Argomenti" e la "Vita" che sono in corsivo); ognuno dei 46 canti di cui è composto il poema è introdotto dall’Argomento (in cornice ornata) ed è ben illustrato da una vignetta inc. su legno. In fine: le “stanze del S. Luigi Gonzaga, detto Rodomonte”, la “Vita dell’Ariosto descritta da Simon Fornari”; e con la tavola di tutti i nomi proprii e di tutte le materie principali contenute nel Furioso. Cfr. Agnelli / Ravegnani “Annali edizioni ariostee”,I, p. 133: “Ediz. in-12, assai rara. Per la prima volta compaiono gli argomenti in ottava rima del Dolce. Il Guidi cita 4 ediz. del Guerra, impresse tutte nel 1568 (in-4, in-8, 2 in-12. Di queste ultime, l’una conterrebbe il solo testo del poema; l’altra anche le stanze del Gonzaga e la vita dell’Ariosto) - Brunet,I,436 - Graesse,I,199. Leggerm. corto del margine super., prime 3 carte restaur. per piccola manc., con uniformi ingialliture e lievi aloni interc. nel t. ma certamente un buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Bottega delle occasioni [Italy]
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2020-05-09 03:29:03
1568. Trixum Hessels, Joannes. 1. Confutatio novitiae fidei, quam vocant specialem. Adiunctus est & tractatus de cathedrae Petri perpetua protectione & firmitate... Tertia editio. Louvain, Bogard, 1568. Circa 16,8 x 12 cm. Titel, 88 num., 7 Bll. Geglättetes Kalbsleder d. Zt. mit Rückenvergoldung, Eckfleurons und goldgeprägten Mittelstücken, Monogramm DM und Datum 1573. - Adams 495; Wetzer/W- V, 1930f. Kontroversschrift des bedeutenden Theologen Hessels (1522-1566) aus Louvain, der sich in zahlreichen Schriften mit der protestantischen Lehre kritisch auseinandersetzte. - ANGEBUNDEN: 2. ders. Tractatus pro invocatione Sanctorum, contra Ioannem Monhemium & eius defensorem Henricum Artopaeum. Huic autem tractatui praemittitur succincta confutatio erroris, quo idem Monhemius cum Brentio asserit... Editio tertia. Louvain, Bogard, 1568. Titel, 81 num., 2 Bll. Adams 503. Beide Werke mit grossem Holzschnitt-Bandwerkornament. - Titel mit längerem Schenkungsvermerk von 1580 eines Dominus Simpertus Morhaubt, für den offensichtichlich der Einband gemacht worden war (Initialen DM). Er scheint eine recht umfangreiche Bibliothek besessen zu haben, die er testamentarisch dem Augustiner- Chorherrenstift Heiligkreuz in Augsburg vermachte. Der Vermerk findet sich in zahlreichen alten Drucken und Inkunabeln, die inzwischen über Bibliotheken in der ganzen Welt verstreut sind. - Nur gering gebräunt. Der an sich hübsche Einband berieben, an den Ecken bestossen, am Rücken angeplatzt und am unteren Kapital mit Bezugsfehlstelle. Bilder XXL Bilder und mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen bei www.trixum.d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: embasi [München, Germany]
2020-04-30 16:21:15
TOSCANELLA Oratio & PLUTARQUE
- Apresso appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, In Vinegia 1568, In-4 (14,5x21cm), (20) 268pp. ; (20) 121pp. (3) Sig : *4 **6 A-Q8 R6; *6 **4 A-O4 P6., 2 parties en un volume relié. - Seconde édition, réimpression de l'originale de 1567 chez le même éditeur. Certains bibliographes donne cette édition pour l'originale, avec un titre de relais à la date de 1568. Page de titre spécifique pour la seconde partie. Marque de l'imprimeur sur les pages de titre et sur le recto du dernier feuillet. Jolies lettrines historiées, dont celle du Laocoon, ornements. Impression sur 2 colonnes, en caractères italiques et romaines pour les préliminaires. Belle édition bien imprimée. Reliure en plein velin souple du XVIIIe à rabats. Dos lisse. 2 pièces de titre : une en maroquin beige, la seconde en maroquin noir. Dos sali et assombri. Taches sur les plats. Premier feuillet de titre restauré discrètement en marge basse. Exemplaire particulièrement frais. Edition réalisée par Oratio Toscanella. Chapitres préliminaires très intéressants sur les fêtes dans l'Antiquité, l'organisation militaire, les bagnes, la marine, les mesures, les mois, les couleurs, les prénoms. Chaque vie de Plutarque est introduite et commentée. L'ensemble constitue un répertoire analytique des Vies de Plutarque. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition. Specific title page for the second part. Printer's mark on the title page. Pretty historiated drop caps, including that of Laocoon. Printing in italic and roman characters for the preliminaries. Binding in full soft vellum of the 18th century with flaps. Smooth ba … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2020-04-29 10:26:10
1568. Good hardback w/no DJ, as issued. Bookplate on front pastedown else, NO marks or writing and NOT ex-library. NOTE: Domestic Book(s) may be returned for full credit for any reason if received within 14 days from customer receipt. Shipping charges will be included ONLY if the book(s) are NOT as described. Shipping is $6,00 in the continental USA via USPS Media Mail. All other shipping methods and overseas orders will ship at cost via eBay's Global Shipping Services. NOTE: Domestic Book(s) may be returned for full credit for any reason if received within 14 days from customer receipt. Shipping charges will be included ONLY if the book(s) are NOT as described.
Bookseller: Copper Street Books (cu501) [Albuquerque, New Mexico, US]
2020-04-28 15:42:17
not given
Bartholomaeum Vincentium, Vicenti. Excudebat (pri, 1568. Condition: Good. Book Condition: Good Condition; Dustjacket: No Dust Jacket. not given Biblia Sacra, Ad veritatem Hebraicam, & probatissimorum exemplarium fidem summa diligentia castigata: Cum figuris & descriptionibus etiam choragraphicis, quibusvarioremedificiorum ac operum structure, atque regiones ob omnium oculos ponuntur. etc. Early Edition Hardcover Bartholomaeum Vincentium, Vicenti. Excudebat (printed) Joannes Marcorellius, 1568 Good Condition For more pictures of this item scroll down to bottom .... Book Publishing Details Author: not given Full title:Biblia Sacra, Ad veritatem Hebraicam, & probatissimorum exemplarium fidem summa diligentia castigata: Cum figuris & descriptionibus etiam choragraphicis, quibusvarioremedificiorum ac operum structure, atque regiones ob omnium oculos ponuntur. etc.Publisher:Bartholomaeum Vincentium, Vicenti. Excudebat (printed) Joannes Marcorellius, 1568Edition:Early EditionBinding:HardcoverISBN:No ISBNBook ID:70217121013 Comments & Item Features Early Edition. Category: Christian, Religion and Theology. Language: English. ISBN: No ISBN. Full title: Biblia Sacra, Ad veritatem Hebraicam, & probatissimorum exemplarium fidem summa diligentia castigata: Cum figuris & descriptionibus etiam choragraphicis, quibus variorem edificiorum ac operum structure, atque regiones ob omnium oculos ponuntur. Accesserunt praeterea, Hebraicorum, Chaldaeorum, Graecorum nominum interpretationes, & copiosissimi Indices 13 pages, non paginated, between title and main text containing: Ordo Librorum Veteri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bailgate Books Ltd [Doncaster, United Kingdom]
2020-04-25 20:20:09
Alemannen, Antonio
Gelenke. Condition: Gut. I Sonette der Burchiello Alemannen Antonio Kupplungen 1568 Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. DER SONETTI DEL BURCHIELLO ALAMANNI ANTONIO GIUNTI 1568 Titel: Die Sonette von Burchiello Verfasser: Alamanni, Antonio Herausgeber: Giunti Jahr: 1568 Zustand: GEBRAUCHT (GUTER ZUSTAND) Zustandsseiten: Durch Feuchtigkeit befleckt Bezugszustand: getragen Volumen: 1 Sprache: Italienisch Cover: schwer Anzahl der Seiten: 126 Anmerkungen: normale Zeichen des Alterns Interner Code: LBRBRV_0000001033 Der Book of Face-Shop ist auf abgekündigte Bücher oder Restposten spezialisiert. Im Laufe der Jahre hat es sich als eine der wichtigsten Realitäten von eBay im Bereich des Buchverkaufs etabliert. In der Registerkarte "Buch" finden Sie die Bedingungen derselben, die wir in "Neu" und "Gebraucht" kategorisiert haben Die Kategorie Gebraucht ist wiederum in folgende Unterkategorien unterteilt: Sehr guter Zustand: gute Bücher. Guter Zustand: gebrauchte Bücher, ohne Risse oder Unterstriche, gute Papier- und Umschlagqualität. Guter Zustand: gebrauchte Bücher, die Altersspuren aufweisen, aber mit allen Seiten vollständig sind. Schlechter Zustand: Bücher mit offensichtlichen Spuren von Feuchtigkeit, Rissen und beschädigtem Einband. Zu binden: Sehr beschädigte gebrauchte Bücher, die eine Bindung benötigen. Geben Sie immer eine bemannte Lieferadresse und Ihre Telefonnummer an, damit Sie das Buch schnell und einfach erhalten Der Kauf mit Paypal ist absolut kostenlos, schnell, bequem und sic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libro_di_faccia [15040 Pietra Marazzi (AL), IT]
2020-04-25 13:28:06
TOSCANELLA Oratio & PLUTARQUE
In Vinegia: Apresso appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1568. Fine. Apresso appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, In Vinegia 1568, In-4 (14,5x21cm), (20) 268pp. ; (20) 121pp. (3) Sig : *4 **6 A-Q8 R6; *6 **4 A-O4 P6., 2 parties en un volume relié. - 43937 - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Seconde édition, réimpression de l'originale de 1567 chez le même éditeur. Certains bibliographes donne cette édition pour l'originale, avec un titre de relais à la date de 1568. Page de titre spécifique pour la seconde partie. Marque de l'imprimeur sur les pages de titre et sur le recto du dernier feuillet. Jolies lettrines historiées, dont celle du Laocoon, ornements. Impression sur 2 colonnes, en caractères italiques et romaines pour les préliminaires. Belle édition bien imprimée. Reliure en plein velin souple du XVIIIe à rabats. Dos lisse. 2 pièces de titre : une en maroquin beige, la seconde en maroquin noir. Dos sali et assombri. Taches sur les plats. Premier feuillet de titre restauré discrètement en marge basse. Exemplaire particulièrement frais. Edition réalisée par Oratio Toscanella. Chapitres préliminaires très intéressants sur les fêtes dans l'Antiquité, l'organisation militaire, les bagnes, la marine, les mesures, les mois, les couleurs, les prénoms. Chaque vie de Plutarque est introduite et commentée. L'ensemble constitue un répertoire analytique des Vies de Plutarque.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
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2020-04-14 16:56:08
1568. Splendido esemplare della ricercata prima edizione della Fiera di Michelangelo Buonarroti il Giovane pubblicata con lusso ed eleganza a Firenze nel 1726, grazie alla munificenza granducale. BUONARROTI Michelangelo (il giovane), 1568 - 1646 L A F I E R A COMMEDIA DI MICHELAGNOLO BUONARROTI IL GIOVANE E L A T A N C I A COMMEDIA RUSTICALE DEL MEDESIMO C O L L'A N N O T A Z I O N I DELL'ABATE ANTON MARIA SALVINI GENTILUOMO FIORENTINO E Lettor delle Lettere Greche nello Studio Fiorentino. Un volume in folio (cm. 30 x 21) di pagine XVI, 603, (1), oltre al ritratto dell'autore a piena pagina in antiporta, inciso in rame da Vincenzo Franceschini, da un ritratto di Cristofano Allori. Frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero, con una vignetta calcografica; iniziali, frontalini e finalini xilografici. BELLA LEGATURA COEVA in piena pergamena dealbata con il titolo dorato su un tassello in pelle marrone applicato al dorso liscio; sguardie in carta goffrata e dorata; tagli marmorizzati in rosso e giallo. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE con grandi margini; alcune carte lievemente brunite. Collazionato completo. L'autore, nipote ex fratre del grande Michelangelo, fu uno dei maggiori collaboratori della prima edizione del Vocabolario degli Accademici della Crusca, e uno dei redattori della celebre edizione della Divina Commedia edita dagli Accademici nel 1597 per il Manzani. Grande conoscitore della lingua toscana, ne raccoglieva modi e vocaboli dalla viva lingua del popolo, ma non fu solo un erudito, e grazie alla capacità di guardare e partecipare al mondo reale,riprodusse vivacemente quel mondo nell … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, IT]
2020-04-09 17:11:05
1568. [Nouveau Testament] Της Καινης Διαθηκης ἁπαντα. Novum testamentum. Ex bibliotheca regia. Paris, Robert II Estienne. 1568. 2 volumes in-16, I :(16)ff., 494 pp. ; II : 342 pp., (21) ff., reliés. Plein maroquin noir, dos à nerfs orné de caissons dorés, filet doré en encadrement des plats, tranches dorées (reliures de la fin du XVIIème siècle). Réédition par Robert II Estienne, fils du grand imprimeur Robert Estienne de la célèbre édition du nouveau testament imprimée avec les caractères grecs « du Roi », parue initialement en 1546. Robert Estienne (père) fut nommé en 1539 imprimeur du roi François Ier et fit graver par Claude Garamont une police de caractères appelés « grecs du Roi », c'est le plus petit des types grecs qui servit à cette édition. La présente édition de 1568, n'est pas une copie de l'édition princeps. Elle bénéficie des notes critiques de l'édition de 1550 et des 12 corrections de l'édition de 1549 sans intégrer cependant de la division en versets de celle de 1553. Bel exemplaire complet malgré des défauts d'usage à la reliure.
Bookseller: livres&tableaux (galeriedesarts) [PARIS, France]
2020-04-09 10:19:18
1568. Splendido esemplare della ricercata prima edizione della Fiera di Michelangelo Buonarroti il Giovane pubblicata con lusso ed eleganza a Firenze nel 1726, grazie alla munificenza granducale. BUONARROTI Michelangelo (il giovane), 1568 - 1646 L A F I E R A COMMEDIA DI MICHELAGNOLO BUONARROTI IL GIOVANE E L A T A N C I A COMMEDIA RUSTICALE DEL MEDESIMO C O L L'A N N O T A Z I O N I DELL'ABATE ANTON MARIA SALVINI GENTILUOMO FIORENTINO E Lettor delle Lettere Greche nello Studio Fiorentino. Un volume in folio (cm. 30 x 21) di pagine XVI, 603, (1), oltre al ritratto dell'autore a piena pagina in antiporta, inciso in rame da Vincenzo Franceschini, da un ritratto di Cristofano Allori. Frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero, con una vignetta calcografica; iniziali, frontalini e finalini xilografici. BELLA LEGATURA COEVA in piena pergamena dealbata con il titolo dorato su un tassello in pelle marrone applicato al dorso liscio; sguardie in carta goffrata e dorata; tagli marmorizzati in rosso e giallo. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE con grandi margini; alcune carte lievemente brunite. Collazionato completo. L'autore, nipote ex fratre del grande Michelangelo, fu uno dei maggiori collaboratori della prima edizione del Vocabolario degli Accademici della Crusca, e uno dei redattori della celebre edizione della Divina Commedia edita dagli Accademici nel 1597 per il Manzani. Grande conoscitore della lingua toscana, ne raccoglieva modi e vocaboli dalla viva lingua del popolo, ma non fu solo un erudito, e grazie alla capacità di guardare e partecipare al mondo reale,riprodusse vivacemente quel mondo nell … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, IT]
2020-04-06 15:42:14
Pietro GIOVANNELLI
1568. Pietro GIOVANNELLI - Cantus Novi Thesauri Musici Liber Primus Quo Selectissime Planeque Novae, Nec Unquam In Lucem Editae Cantiones Sacrae (Quas Vulgo Moteta Vocant) Continentur Octo, Septem, Sex, Quinque; Ac Quatuor Vocum, A Prestantissimis Ac Huius Aetatis, Precipuis Symphoniacis Compositae, Quae In Sacra Ecclesia Catholica, Summis Solemnibusque; Festivitatibus, Canuntur, Ad Omnis Generis Instrumenta Musica, Accomodatae: Petri Ioannelli Bergomensis De Gandino, Summo Studio Ac Labore Collectae, Eiusque Expensis Impressae. Venetis, apud Antonium Gardanum, 1568. Piena pergamena con nervi a vista grande lettera G manoscritta in carattere gotico al piatto anteriore; 8°, cm 24; ottimo e freschissimo esemplare. Cinque frontespizi, uno per ogni libro, con minime variazioni di titoli, tutti in cornice architettonica con stemma Imperiale di Massimiliano II dAsburgo in alto e in basso due leoni che sorreggono una rosa con motto Concorde Virtute et Naturae Miraculis del Gardano; centinaia di capilettera xilografati; dedica allImperatore Massimiliano II; ritratto di Ferdinando I a pagg. (8) e 405, stemma di Massimiliano II a pagg. (10) e 413, stemma di Ferdinando I a pagg. (12) e 423, stemma di Carlo Arciduca dAustria a pagg. (14) e 427 e stemma di Pietro Giovannelli a pag. 459, tutti ad opera di Donat Hubschmann (e non di Daniel Hopfer come riportato in alcune bibliografie); notazioni musicali su pentagramma; indici. Rarissima prima edizione di questa sorta di antologia della musica al tempo degli asburgo. Vi si contengono, tra le tante, composizioni di jacob regnart, jacobus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di Francesco Magnani [Italy]
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2020-04-06 11:04:04
AERSSEN, Cornelis van].
, . . A proclamation by the Dutch States General banning the export of goods that might be used for military purposes or shipbuilding from the Dutch Republic to regions under control of the King of Spain or his allies, specifically mentioning saltpeter, gunpowder, ammunition, fuses, muskets, halberds, copper, cables, rope, masts of 16 palms (about 49 cm) or thicker, five different sorts of grain, etc. The text is signed at the end by the clerk of the States General, Cornelis van Aerssen. Although the revolt of the Low Countries against Habsburg Spain had begun already in 1568 and the former Habsburg provinces united under the Union of Utrecht in 1579, it was not until 1589 that the States General took on the role of a formal governing body independent of any monarch.In very good condition and wholly untrimmed. An early proclamation of the States General banning the export of military goods to the Spanish enemy.STCN (2 copies); Typ. Batava 6733 (3 copies)..
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2020-04-05 01:08:29
MOLANUS (Ioannis).
Louvain, Hieronymum Wellareum, 1568. 2 parties en 1 volume in-8. 540pp. Veau brun, dos lisse orné (Relié vers 1820). Edition Originale de cet ouvrage du théologien et érudit belge Jean Ver Meulen (en latin Molanus) né à Lille en 1533, mort à Louvain en 1585. Il fut professeur, censeur des livres et directeur d'un séminaire à Louvain. Cet ouvrage est un traité sur le calendrier de l'Eglise et la célébration des saints et martys. La seconde partie contient le calendrier élaboré par Rodolphe de Breda, dit de Rivo, doyen de Tongres près de Liège, ainsi que le commentaire du théologien de Louvain, Ioannes Hessels. Exemplaire du théologien hollandais Balthazar Lydius, né dans la seconde moitié du XVIs., mort à Dordrecht en 1633. Il porte sa signature autographe sur le titre et plusieurs feuillets comportent des annotations de sa main. Quelques mouillures claires. Bon exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-04-04 15:35:39
1568. Pietro GIOVANNELLI - Cantus Novi Thesauri Musici Liber Primus Quo Selectissime Planeque Novae, Nec Unquam In Lucem Editae Cantiones Sacrae (Quas Vulgo Moteta Vocant) Continentur Octo, Septem, Sex, Quinque; Ac Quatuor Vocum, A Prestantissimis Ac Huius Aetatis, Precipuis Symphoniacis Compositae, Quae In Sacra Ecclesia Catholica, Summis Solemnibusque; Festivitatibus, Canuntur, Ad Omnis Generis Instrumenta Musica, Accomodatae: Petri Ioannelli Bergomensis De Gandino, Summo Studio Ac Labore Collectae, Eiusque Expensis Impressae. Venetis, apud Antonium Gardanum, 1568. Piena pergamena con nervi a vista grande lettera G manoscritta in carattere gotico al piatto anteriore; 8°, cm 24; ottimo e freschissimo esemplare. Cinque frontespizi, uno per ogni libro, con minime variazioni di titoli, tutti in cornice architettonica con stemma Imperiale di Massimiliano II dAsburgo in alto e in basso due leoni che sorreggono una rosa con motto Concorde Virtute et Naturae Miraculis del Gardano; centinaia di capilettera xilografati; dedica allImperatore Massimiliano II; ritratto di Ferdinando I a pagg. (8) e 405, stemma di Massimiliano II a pagg. (10) e 413, stemma di Ferdinando I a pagg. (12) e 423, stemma di Carlo Arciduca dAustria a pagg. (14) e 427 e stemma di Pietro Giovannelli a pag. 459, tutti ad opera di Donat Hubschmann (e non di Daniel Hopfer come riportato in alcune bibliografie); notazioni musicali su pentagramma; indici. Rarissima prima edizione di questa sorta di antologia della musica al tempo degli asburgo. Vi si contengono, tra le tante, composizioni di jacob regnart, jacobus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di F. Magnani, IOBA [Copparo, FE, Italy]
2020-04-02 16:42:24
Herrera, G. A. de
Venedig, F. Sansovino, 1568. Artikeldetails Agricoltura tratta da diversi antichi et moderni scrittori. Et tradotta di lingua spanguola in volgare italiano da Mambrino Roseo da Fabriano. Herrera, G. A. de: Venedig, F. Sansovino 1568. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke und zahlr. Textholzschnitten. 8 unnum., 288 num., 4 unnum. Bl. (letztes weiß). Prgt. d. Zt. 21,5 x 16 cm. Sprache: Italienisch Bestell-Nr: 24091 Bemerkungen: EDIT 16 CNCE 22801; STC 326. - Nicht bei Adams. - Zuerst 1513 auf Spanisch erschienen. - Die Textholzschnitte zeigen Pflanzen und Werkzeuge. - Kapital und Ecken des Einbandes etw. lädiert. Titel (mit Randabschnitt ohne Textverlust) aufgezogen und mit Besitzvermerk, die letzte Lage lose, wasserrandig, etw. fleckig, leicht gebräunt.EUR 850,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2020-03-21).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2020-03-30 17:12:11
Cuchalon, D. Hieronymi
ITALY, 1568 Published by ANTONIUM VINCETIUM Binding: HARD BACK TAN Size: 4X6 375 Pages Overall Condition is: GOOD Tan Vellum Bound Hard Back Cover. Has Red Spotted Edges. A Latin Book written in 1568. Written Completely in Latin. Pages have tanning and markings. Text is clear. Overall in good condition.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, US]
2020-03-20 21:27:42
BARBARO, Daniele.
Venice, Camillo & Rutilio Borgominieri, 1568 [-69]. Two works in one vol., folio, pp. I: 195, [1 (blank)], [12], II: [12], 143, [1]; both works copiously illustrated with numerous large woodcuts in text (approx. 220 in the first, 160 in the second, including several full-page illustrations); light marginal dampstain to final leaves, subtle early repair to upper outer blank corner of R3 of first work, not affecting text; very good copies in early eighteenth-century Italian vellum over boards, spine lettered directly in gilt, all edges blue; eighteenth-century manuscript shelf-marks and early twentieth-century private collector's armorial bookplate to front pastedown.First edition of Barbaro's important treatise on perspective, bound with the first edition of Rusconi's translation of Vitruvius, both works strikingly illustrated. Building on the work of earlier authors, including Euclid, Dürer, and Serlio, and also on Piero della Francesca's unpublished De prospective pingendi, Daniele Barbaro (1514–1570) produced the first systematic treatise on the practical applications of perspective, which includes the first description of the use of a convex lens in the camera obscura. The work is illustrated by striking woodcuts of polyhedra in perspective, architectural woodcuts taken from Barbaro's own edition of Vitruvius, the three well known theatre scenes from Serlio's Architettura (1566), and the famous 'copying of the lute' from Dürer's Unterweysung der Messung (1525). The final chapter describes several perspective machines, beginning with the well-known frame used by Dürer, bu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2020-03-20 10:08:03
Lyon: Apud Ioannem Frellonium (Jean Frellon), 1568. 6th edition. 8vo (19cm). [15],1170pp. [78]. [11 folding plates, maps and charts]. Brown leather covers with blind tooling, 5 raised bands with gilt title to black leather label on spine. Wear to edges (all stained red) and corners. Later endpapers. Printer's device of Frellon on title-page with a butterfly with its wings caught by the claws of a crab with motto MATURA. PO signature to title page (1672). Text block printed in two columns, tight with light wear and occasional added marginalia. Multiple woodcut illustrations. Colophon: Exudebat Ioannes Marcorellius. OCLC 28307226, French books before 1601, roll 457, item 1. Very good +.
Bookseller: Liberty Book Store [USA]
2020-03-20 07:58:03
Alighieri, Dante; Daniello, Bernardino (commentator)
Pietro da Fino, Venice, 1568. Strikingly illustrated sixteenth-century edition of Dante's Comedia, composed in the early fourteenth century and first published in 1472. Hardened by exile, Dante created a relentless, vividly realized moral universe, populated by characters who transcend their immediate allegorical purpose: Virgil, Francesca, Ulysses, Ugolino, Beatrice, and dozens more. The stark opening, in which Dante finds himself lost in the wood, remains one of the most quoted passages in all of Western literature -- "Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita / Mi ritrovai per una selva oscura; / Che la diritta via era smarrita" - as is the final evocation of the love that moves the stars: "L'amor, che muove il sole & l'altre stelle." This edition features three detailed full-page engravings, one for each section of the work, tracing the complicated cartography of the afterlife. This edition also marks the first publication of the Renaissance commentaries of Bernardino Daniello (c. 1500-1565). Daniello was a student of the humanist scholar Trifone Gabriele, "the Socrates of Venice," who was Pietro Bembo's closest friend and advisor: Daniello's commentaries were for some time mistakenly attributed to Gabriele. Like his teacher, Daniello attended closely to questions of language and style; his analysis here was the final commentary on Dante to appear in print in the sixteenth century, and would not be reprinted until a modern critical edition (Hollander and Schnapp, 1989). Text in Italian. Adams D104; Mambelli 41; Mortimer 149; Brunet II, 504. A near-fine copy of a handsome and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Honey & Wax Booksellers, ABAA [Brooklyn, NY, U.S.A.]
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2020-03-19 07:58:46
Biagio Buonaccorsi / Niccolo Valori
Fiorenza (Florence/Firenze): 1568. Overall condition is Very Good. See description for full details and photos. Diario de' Successi Piu Importanti Seguiti in Italia, & particolarmente in Fiorenza dall'anno 1498 in sino all'anno 1512 Raccolto da Biagio Buonaccorsi in que' tempi coadiuatore in Segreteria de Magnifici Signori Dieci della Guerra della citta di Fiorenza. Con la vita del Magnifico Lorenzo de' Medici il Vecchio. Scritta da Niccolo` Valori, Patrizio Fiorentino. Nuouamente posti in luce. By Biagio Buonaccorsi / Niccolo Valori Fiorenza (Florence/Firenze):I Giunti (Jacopo Giunta)1568 (1st Edition) Approx Size: 6.25 x 8.75 inches (16 x 22 cms) Hardback. 4to. [54], 184, [8] printed pages Later half calf leather binding with marbled boards. Retaining earlier spine with 5 raised bands, gilt lettering and decoration. Rubbing to boards. A few worm holes to foot of spine - worming to upper and lower ends of both endpaper joints, also affecting margins of first and last few pages. Good solid binding with no cracking to joints. Old paper repair to lower corner of colophon. Light browning and slight soiling to title page. Woodcuts to title page, colophon and two capitals. Owner inscription to front pastedown endpaper and first blank, note in old ink to lower margin of title page. Clean text throughout. Italian language. An important primary source on the history of Florence from the fall of Savonarola in 1498 to the return of the Medici in 1512. Also includes a life of Lorenzo de Medici, by Valori. Buonaccorsi was a Florentine official during this period, and a close friend of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Tarrington Books (cakemonster_yumyum) [Tarrington, Herefordshire, GB]
2020-03-15 19:11:06
Alighieri, Dante; Daniello, Bernardino (commentator)
Pietro da Fino, Venice, 1568. Strikingly illustrated sixteenth-century edition of Dante's Comedia, composed in the early fourteenth century and first published in 1472. Hardened by exile, Dante created a relentless, vividly realized moral universe, populated by characters who transcend their immediate allegorical purpose: Virgil, Francesca, Ulysses, Ugolino, Beatrice, and dozens more. The stark opening, in which Dante finds himself lost in the wood, remains one of the most quoted passages in all of Western literature -- "Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita / Mi ritrovai per una selva oscura; / Che la diritta via era smarrita" - as is the final evocation of the love that moves the stars: "L'amor, che muove il sole & l'altre stelle." This edition features three detailed full-page engravings, one for each section of the work, tracing the complicated cartography of the afterlife. This edition also marks the first publication of the Renaissance commentaries of Bernardino Daniello (c. 1500-1565). Daniello was a student of the humanist scholar Trifone Gabriele, "the Socrates of Venice," who was Pietro Bembo's closest friend and advisor: Daniello's commentaries were for some time mistakenly attributed to Gabriele. Like his teacher, Daniello attended closely to questions of language and style; his analysis here was the final commentary on Dante to appear in print in the sixteenth century, and would not be reprinted until a modern critical edition (Hollander and Schnapp, 1989). Text in Italian. Adams D104; Mambelli 41; Mortimer 149; Brunet II, 504. A near-fine copy of a handsome and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Honey & Wax Booksellers, ABAA [Brooklyn, NY, U.S.A.]
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