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2013-06-10 07:29:32
Abraham ORTELIUS (1528 - 1598)
Frontespizio del Theatrum Orbis Terrarum di Ortelius. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva, in buono stato di conservazione. Anversa Antwerpen 245 390
Bookseller: Supergulp di Rem Srl
2013-06-08 15:03:18
VARCHI Benedetto
Nella stamperia di Filippo Giunti 1570 In 4, pp. (6) + 340 + (24). Gora all'ang. sup. delle ultime 12 cc. P. pg. coeva con scritte al d. Piccola manc. al d. Antica firma di propr. all'occhiello e al contropiatto. Edizione originale, pubblicata postuma sopra un manoscritto emendato e corretto dal Varchi negli ultimi suoi giorni di vita e poi raccomandato ai suoi amici Razzi e Lenzi. Nello stesso anno venne fatta un'altra edizione, sia in Firenze che a Venezia dagli stessi Giunti. Gamba, 1000. Camerini, I Giunti..., 417. ITA
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2013-06-08 09:22:31
Ferentilli Agostino
Gabriel Giolito di Ferrarii 1570 COMINCIANDO DAL PRINCIPIO DEL MONDO, SINO ALL'ANNO MDLXIX. Aggiuntavi la Creatione del Mondo descritta da Filone Hebreo, & tradotta dal medesimo Ferentilli - in 8° - pp.1 ff bb (non coevo), 8 ff nn, 244 pp, 28 ff nn, 1 ff bb (non coevo) - Pergamena - 10 xilografie n.t., 56 bei capilettera istoriati - Legatura non originale ma antica. Ingialliture soprattutto al margine inferiore delle prime pagine. Complessivamente buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl
2013-06-07 14:47:38
Mora Domenico
in Vinetia, Aperesso Gabriel Giolito di Ferrari, 1570 (colophon 1569).In-4° antico (200x139mm), pp. (16), 254, (2), legatura settecentesca p. pergamena rigida con titolo in oro su doppio tassello in pelle rossa al dorso. Sguardie marmorizzate policrome. Al frontespizio, una testatine istoriata e un'impresa editoriale giolitina incise in xilografia. Dediche a stampa (la prima del Mora, la seconda del Porcacchi) a Ottavio Farnese e a Lodovico Malaspina. Testatine, iniziali e finaletti istoriati xilograficamente. Indice bicolonne ed errata preliminari. Una xilografia a p. pag. raffigurante un cavaliere e il suo cavallo armati di tutto punto. Inoltre, 13 tavv. xilografiche n.t. Una piccola macchia al frontespizio. Antica annotazione con citazione dell'Haym in fine. Minime bruniture. Esemplare leggermente corto di margini, in bello stato conservativo. Seconda tiratura della prima edizione, quarta "Gioja" della Collana istorica del Giolito. Il quarto libro discorre di fortificazioni, compendiando le teorie in merito del Castriotto e del Maggi. Annota il Bongi: "Per accordi passati fra' librai o coll'autore, o per qualche altra ragione di commercio che non è saputa, della edizione di questo libro eseguita da Giovanni Grifio si fecero tre parti. Poche copie ne metteva in commercio sso Grifio col proprio nome e coll'anno 1569 sul fronrespizio; altre, e queste sono le più, passavano nelle mani del Giolito, che vi ristampava i fogli preliminari, aggiungendovi una dedica del Porcacchi, la soscrizione e l'insegna giolitina sul frontespizio, coll'anno 1570.". Il Mora, nato a Bologna nel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-05-05 16:40:52
Ambrosius (Ambrogio) Calepinus (Calepino)
Lyon, 1570. Early Edition. Hardcover. Later pebbled cloth and leather, worn, front cover detached, spine perished but sewing and cords intact, soiling wear and old notes to title page, light dampstaining to last few pages and lacking the final two pages. A few old library marks, scattered browning and light stains, trimmed a bit close along top edge in spots touching the running title. No printer or place on title page but Adams locates it as Lyon (Adams 213). One of a number of 7 language editions of Calepino; Latin,. Hebrew, Greek, French, Italian, Spanish and German. (4), 1372 (of 1374). Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Reference; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 043025. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
2013-03-30 06:02:36
BARTOLUS A SAXOFERRATO.
Venetiis, apud Iuntas, 1570, volumi tre legati in due tomi, in-folio pergamena coeva. Bella edizione con grandi marche tipografiche incise, ripetute in fine; frontespizi stampati in rosso e nero. Bell?esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini
2013-03-26 13:21:07
ÆSOPI PHRYGIS:
Regivm. 1570. 8mo. With 62 woodcuts by B. Salomon. Contp. full vellum. Page 236 is missing upper corner but without loss of text. Page 319 with a little hole with loss of a few letters. Some browning. Old name on titelpage.. Most of the illustrations are taken from the 1549 edition also published by Jean de Tournes. Ulrike Bodemann 27,1 and 29,2. Brunet I, 88
Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat
2013-03-07 10:18:05
ORTELIO, ABRAMO.
Dal "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", Anversa, 1570 circa. Incisione in rame, colore d'epoca, cm 34,2 x 48,2 (alla lastra). La carta del lago di Como deriva da quella di Paul Jovio. Esemplare a pieni margini e in bellissima coloritura, ottimo stato di conservazione.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-02-10 23:57:27
GIUNTINI Francesco
apud Haeredes Iacobi Iunctae In-16 p. (mm. 161x108), p. pergam. molle antica con legacci (risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso, 227 cc.num., 1 c.b., con alc. disegni astronomici nel t. "Edizione originale" di questa rara opera del carmelitano Francesco Giuntini (Junctinus o Junctin) (1523-1590), maestro di teologia, letterato e uno degli astrologi più famosi della seconda metà del Cinquecento. Fu tra i primi a ripudiare le antiche tavole astronomiche e ad usare quelle di Copernico, pur non accettandone la riforma. Cfr. Cantamessa, ?Astrologia?, I,1838: ?Autore, 3 anni più tardi, dell?enorme "Speculum astrologiae" nel quale quest?opera è riprodotta, il Giuntini anche qui scrive di astrologia, sia pure esclusivamente riguardo alle cosiddette Rivoluzioni, cioè agli oroscopi per ciascun anno o per anni determinati, calcolati e tracciati sulla base dell?oroscopo di nascita, o radicale ("Radix").. Giuntini, come tutti gli astrologi dei secoli XVI e XVII, ha l?irresistibile tentazione di drammatizzare?. Cfr. anche Adams,I,J-439 - Caillet,II,5694: ?Junctin était correcteur de l?imprimerie où a été édité cet ouvrage? - Non citata dal Riccardi. Qualche lieviss. uniforme arross. altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-01-27 19:47:22
Gremp von Freudenstein
1570. A Scarce Sixteenth-Century Commentary on the Institutes Bound With an Essay on the Art of Writing Letters Gremp von Freudenstein, Ludwig [1509-1583]. Analysis, Seu Resolutio Dialectica Quatuor Librorum Institutionum Imperialium: Una cum Quarundam Utilium Quaestionum Iuris Explicatione, Recognita, & Nitidior in Lucem nunc Iterum Emissa. Strassburg: Excudebat Theodosius Rihelius, [1570]. 393, [5] ff. [Bound with] Trachelaeus Statius, Franciscus. Ars Epistolica. Venice: Apud Petrum Bosellum, 1558. 14 ff. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, ties lacking. Light soiling, spine somewhat darkened, front free endpaper lacking. Large woodcut printer devices to title pages. Light toning. Annotations and underlining in some places, interior otherwise clean. $1,950. * Analysis: third edition; Epistolica: only edition. Gremp von Freudenstein was a lawyer and state official who spent his professional life in Tubingen and Strassburg. A well-regarded commentary first published in 1567, Analysis, a study of the Institutes of Justinian, is a textbook commentary in question-and-answer form, following Justinian's Institutes book by book and title by title, paraphrasing, abridging, or adapting the text. It is equally interesting for its insights into the reception of Roman law at the end of the sixteenth century. Ars Epistolica is an essay on the art of writing letters. OCLC locates no copies of either title in North America. Analysis: Das Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts ZV552; Epistolica: Censimento Nazional … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2013-01-08 11:19:52
STERN (Jeffrey) [series editor, with introductions by]:
complete set of facsmile reprints of milestone texts, each with an historical introduction, first published between 1570-1912, green cloth gilt lettered, an excellent complete set, Bristol, Thoemmes Press, 1994-7. PHOTOGRAPHS AND MORE DETAILS CAN BE PROVIDED ON REQUEST. "Key texts from undoubtedly the most important and distinguished resource for the study of the history of education."
Bookseller: Jeffrey Stern Antiquarian Bookseller
2013-01-08 10:00:23
Bembo Pietro.
Cm. 22,5, cc. (38) 179. Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e bei capolettera istoriati. Interessante legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle con decorazioni in oro ai piatti e piccolo stemma centrale. Qualche arrossatura alle carte preliminari, tracce d'uso alla legatura e timbro di biblioteca religiosa estinta. Manca inoltre l'ultima carta (bianca?). Esemplare peraltro complessivamente genuino e marginoso.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-01-05 15:27:37
Diogenes Laertius:
(Genf), Stephanus, 1570.. 8, 494 S.; 40, 432 S. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln auf 4 Bünden mit handschriftl. Rückentitel. Vorderdeckel mit blindgepr. Monogramm B D L und Jahr 1572. 19 x 14 cm.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2013-01-05 15:27:37
Diogenes Laertius:
(Genf), Stephanus, 1570.. 8, 494 S.; 40, 432 S. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln auf 4 Bünden mit handschriftl. Rückentitel. Vorderdeckel mit blindgepr. Monogramm B D L und Jahr 1572. 19 x 14 cm.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2013-01-05 03:40:04
Italien
Dekorative Graphik des Königreiches Neapel nach Nordosten ausgerichtet, eingefasst in einem leuchtenden goldgelben ornamentalen Rahmen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm
2012-12-30 18:06:19
SANSOVINO Francesco
Cm. 15x10, p. pergam. antica, tit. ms. al dorso, 8 cc.nn., 158 cc.num., 1 c.nn. che porta al recto un ritratto silograf. dell'A.; marca tipograf. al frontesp., ornato da testat. e capilettera figur. a vignetta, con silografie a piena pag. nel t. che raffigurano: la "Collana della Gartiera - Collana di Savoia - Collana del Tosone - Collana di San Michele". Nell'opera "si contiene l'inventione, l'ordine, & la dichiaratione di tutte le sorti de Cavalieri. Con gli statuti & leggi della Gartiera, del Tosone di San Michele, & della Nuntiata. Di nuovo ristampati con nuova giunta". "Seconda edizione" (la I è del 1566). Cfr. Choix de Olschki,V,5272 - Adams,II, p. 180 - British Library, p. 608 - Graesse,VI,267. Solo qualche lieve e uniforme arross. interc. nel t. , ma certam. un buon esempl.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2012-12-29 12:35:43
DIOGENES LAERTIUS.
(geneve), Henricus Stephanus (Henri Estienne), 1570. 8vo. Nice recent sprinckled hcalf, back gilt. Red, gilt titlelabel. (8),494,1 blank,40,432 pp. Very light dampstained in upper inner corners on the first ab. 40 leaves and in margins of the last 30 leaves, otherwise clean. Some underlinings and marginal notes in a small fine contemporary hand. A good copy. Old name on title.. Brunet II:719. Graesse II:396. Second greek edition, and the first Estienne-edition, famous for its critical text made after the manuscripts found by Estienne and with the original Greek text
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2012-12-28 17:50:13
Hogenberg / [ Bol, Hans?]
[Ca. 1570-1590] Sheet size 34 x 51,5 cm. Cut inside the plate mark. Lacks the eight printed text lines below the image. Gilt frame 42,5 x 58 cm. Creases, stains and a few pinholes. A tape mark and some very small losses and tears to the edges. Some short repaired tears. Frame somewhat worn with a few small losses of plaster.. This is a separetly issued plate titled "The Wordly Life of Mary Magdalen" engraved by Franz Hogenberg, probably after Hans Bol. A wonderful engraving showing a typical flemish setting, eventhough there are added mountains in the background. A fine and gentle engraving style is applied, executed by a master. Hans Bol was a flemish miniature and landscape painter of the finest order. Frans Hogenberg was a painter and engraver foremost known for "Civitates orbis terrarum" published in collaboration with Georg Braun, a great work in five volumes depicting the cities of the world. Hogenberg also executed several of the maps to Abraham Ortelius great atlas "Theatrum orbis terrarum". A scarce plate
Bookseller: Hammarlunds Antikvariat
2012-12-23 15:14:36
TELESIO, BERNARDINO [BERNARDINUS TELESIUS]. - [PAVING THE WAY FOR EMPIRICISM]
Napoli, Apud Iosephum Cacchium, 1570. 4to. Bound in 18th century marbled boards. Completely fresh and clean copy. Two small marginal holes to last two leaves, far from affecting text. Good, wide margins. Telesio's woodcut title-device (a beatiful naked woman, all alone, far from the troubles of the world, illuminated by the sun, surrounded by a border carrying the saying in Greek: "mona moi fila" - presumably depicting the goddess of Truth), and 11 lovely, illustrated woodcut initials. 12 ff. ¶ The rare first edition of one of Telesio's smaller scientific treatises, his treatise on the sea, which was based on purely empirical knowledge. The work constitutes a corrective to Aristotle and a continuation of his magnum opus on the things of nature, the important second edition of which was printed in the same year, also by Cacchium. The empiricism that Telesio propounds in his novel, empirically based scientific treatises, like the "De Mare", caused him to be to be considered "the first of the moderns" (Francis Bacon),"Bernardino Telesio (1509-1588) belongs to a group of independent philosophers of the late Renaissance who left the universities in order to develop philosophical and scientific ideas beyond the restrictions of the Aristotelian-scholastic tradition. Authors in the early modern period referred to these philosophers as 'novateurs' and 'modern'. In contrast to his successors Patrizzi and Campanella, Telesio was a fervent critic of metaphysics and insisted on a purely empiricist approach in natural philosophy-he thus became a forerunner of early modern empiricism. He … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2012-12-23 12:53:56
SHAKESPEARE SOURCE]; BANDELLO, Matteo; BELLEFOREST, François de; BOISTEAU, Pierre
"Romeo, Oh, Romeo! Where for Art Bill Shakes Found Us?'"Here, Dear Juliet, Here."The Earliest Obtainable Edition in Contemporary Binding[SHAKESPEARE SOURCE]. BANDELLO, Matteo, and BELLEFOREST, François de, and BOISTEAU, Pierre. XVIII Histoires Tragiques. Extraictes des oeuvres Italiennes de Bandel, & mises en langue Françoise. Les six premieres, par Pierre Boisteau, sur nommé Launay, natif de Bretaigne. Les douze fuiuans, par Franc. de Belle Forest, Comingeois. Turin: Cesar Farine, 1570. Fourth collected edition in (originally published in Lyon, 1560, and Paris 1563 and 1564; all scarce) containing the source material for Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Small octavo (4 3/4 x 3 in; 120 x 76 mm). [1,blank], 436, [3], [1, blank] ff. Contemporary full vellum. Yapp edges. Inked title to spine. Bookplate of Mandelle Memorial Library (Kalamazoo, Missouri), with its embossed stamp to titlepage. Vellum soiled, as expected. Small half-inch split to upper joint. A wonderful copy of an extremely rare book. Housed in a quarter black morocco clamshell case.OCLC/KVK record only one copy in libraries worldwide; institutionally rarer than the 1560 (3 cc) and 1563 (2 cc) editions. Only one copy has come to auction within the last thirty-six years, at Christie's-NY, May 22, 2001, lot 288 (with foxing, ink and damp stains); it sold for $9,600 ($8,000 plus 20% premium). No copies of the prior editions have been seen at auction during the same period. There are only two known copies of the 1564 edition, one of which has been rebound. The volume under notice is the earliest available edition in a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc. [Calabasas, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-12-23 12:53:56
SHAKESPEARE SOURCE]; BANDELLO, Matteo; BELLEFOREST, François de; BOISTEAU, Pierre
Turin: Cesar Farine, 1570. "Romeo, Oh, Romeo! Where for Art Bill Shakes Found Us?' "Here, Dear Juliet, Here." The Earliest Obtainable Edition in Contemporary Binding [SHAKESPEARE SOURCE]. BANDELLO, Matteo, and BELLEFOREST, François de, and BOISTEAU, Pierre. XVIII Histoires Tragiques. Extraictes des oeuvres Italiennes de Bandel, & mises en langue Françoise. Les six premieres, par Pierre Boisteau, sur nommé Launay, natif de Bretaigne. Les douze fuiuans, par Franc. de Belle Forest, Comingeois. Turin: Cesar Farine, 1570. Fourth collected edition in (originally published in Lyon, 1560, and Paris 1563 and 1564; all scarce) containing the source material for Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Small octavo (4 3/4 x 3 in; 120 x 76 mm). [1,blank], 436, [3], [1, blank] ff. Contemporary full vellum. Yapp edges. Inked title to spine. Bookplate of Mandelle Memorial Library (Kalamazoo, Missouri), with its embossed stamp to titlepage. Vellum soiled, as expected. Small half-inch split to upper joint. A wonderful copy of an extremely rare book. Housed in a quarter black morocco clamshell case. OCLC/KVK record only one copy in libraries worldwide; institutionally rarer than the 1560 (3 cc) and 1563 (2 cc) editions. Only one copy has come to auction within the last thirty-six years, at Christie's-NY, May 22, 2001, lot 288 (with foxing, ink and damp stains); it sold for $9,600 ($8,000 plus 20% premium). No copies of the prior editions have been seen at auction during the same period. There are only two known copies of the 156 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc. [Calabasas, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-12-22 17:25:49
EUSEBIUS/EUSEB.
Ex officina Eusebii Episcopii, & Nic. Fratris Haeredvm, Basileae 1570 [Basel: Eusebius Episcopius und des Bruders Nicolaus Episcopius]. Folio. Woodcuts on titlepage, endpage and vignettes. (16)+672+(60) pages. Bound in contemporary full vellum with ribbed spine and blindtooled front and back cover. Binding professionally restored with later boards under the vellum, which is somewhat worn. Upper right part of the old vellum cover missing (c. 5-7 cm.). Traces of clasps. Old name on titlepage, dated 1637. First two pages repaired, but no loss of text. Inside minor brown stains and a few wormholes.. Eusebius is the father of church history and his work »Ecclesiastica Historia« was written c. 300. It is a major source of the first three centuries of the Christian Church and early christianity. Socrates (ca.380-ca.450), a Constantinopolitan lawyer, continued Eusebius' ecclesiastical history, covering the years 305-439. Theodoret (ca.393-466), covered the era of Constantine up to 428. Sozomen (d. ca.450), yet another Constantinopolitan lawyer, wrote his history of the Church to cover the years 324-439. This edition is an early work by the young theologian from Basel Johann Jacob Grynaeus, who lived 1540-1617
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat
2012-12-22 16:08:13
TELESIO, BERNARDINO [BERNARDINUS TELESIUS]. - [THE MANIFESTO OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY - DEFINING "SPACE" FOR THE FIRST TIME PROPER]
Napoli, Apud Iosephum Cacchium, 1570. 4to. Contemporary limp vellum with handwritten title to spine. Remains of old paper-labels to top and bottom of spine. Spine with loss of ab. 3x2 cm. of vellum to middle, not affecting the book block, which is sound and fine underneath. Some soiling to binding, but all in all fine and unrestored, albeit a bit loose. Some brownspotting to title-page (not heavy), otherwise just a bit of scattered brownspotting. All in all internally very nice and clean, and with good, wide margins. Old owner's name (Juliani Riccii) to front free end-paper and title-page, which also has his inventory number in neat hand: "no/ 634"). Telesio's woodcut title-device (a beatiful naked woman, all alone, far from the troubles of the world, illuminated by the sun, surrounded by a border carrying the saying in Greek: "mona moi fila" - presumably depicting the goddess of Truth), and numerous lovely, illustrated woodcut initials throughout. 95 ff. ¶ The rare and important first edition thus, being the much enlarged (by treatises on specific questions of natural philosophy) and revised second edition and the first edition under the canonical title "De Rerum Natura" (clearly referring to Lucretius's great work), of Telesio's revolutionizing main work, which established a new kind of natural philosophy and earned him the reputation as "the first of the moderns" (Francis Bacon). The work is a manifesto for natural philosophy emancipated from peripatetic rationalism, expressed clearly in the subtitle to the first book of the work: "the structure of the world and the natu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-12-22 16:08:13
TELESIO, BERNARDINO [BERNARDINUS TELESIUS]. - [THE MANIFESTO OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY - DEFINING "SPACE" FOR THE FIRST TIME PROPER]
Napoli, Apud Iosephum Cacchium, 1570. 4to. Contemporary limp vellum with handwritten title to spine. Remains of old paper-labels to top and bottom of spine. Spine with loss of ab. 3x2 cm. of vellum to middle, not affecting the book block, which is sound and fine underneath. Some soiling to binding, but all in all fine and unrestored, albeit a bit loose. Some brownspotting to title-page (not heavy), otherwise just a bit of scattered brownspotting. All in all internally very nice and clean, and with good, wide margins. Old owner's name (Juliani Riccii) to front free end-paper and title-page, which also has his inventory number in neat hand: "no/ 634"). Telesio's woodcut title-device (a beatiful naked woman, all alone, far from the troubles of the world, illuminated by the sun, surrounded by a border carrying the saying in Greek: "mona moi fila" - presumably depicting the goddess of Truth), and numerous lovely, illustrated woodcut initials throughout. 95 ff. ¶ The rare and important first edition thus, being the much enlarged (by treatises on specific questions of natural philosophy) and revised second edition and the first edition under the canonical title "De Rerum Natura" (clearly referring to Lucretius's great work), of Telesio's revolutionizing main work, which established a new kind of natural philosophy and earned him the reputation as "the first of the moderns" (Francis Bacon). The work is a manifesto for natural philosophy emancipated from peripatetic rationalism, expressed clearly in the subtitle to the first book of the work: "the structure of the world and the natu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-12-22 16:08:13
TELESIO, BERNARDINO [BERNARDINUS TELESIUS]. - [THE MANIFESTO OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY - DEFINING "SPACE" FOR THE FIRST TIME PROPER]
Napoli, Apud Iosephum Cacchium, 1570. 4to. Contemporary limp vellum with handwritten title to spine. Remains of old paper-labels to top and bottom of spine. Spine with loss of ab. 3x2 cm. of vellum to middle, not affecting the book block, which is sound and fine underneath. Some soiling to binding, but all in all fine and unrestored, albeit a bit loose. Some brownspotting to title-page (not heavy), otherwise just a bit of scattered brownspotting. All in all internally very nice and clean, and with good, wide margins. Old owner's name (Juliani Riccii) to front free end-paper and title-page, which also has his inventory number in neat hand: "no/ 634"). Telesio's woodcut title-device (a beatiful naked woman, all alone, far from the troubles of the world, illuminated by the sun, surrounded by a border carrying the saying in Greek: "mona moi fila" - presumably depicting the goddess of Truth), and numerous lovely, illustrated woodcut initials throughout. 95 ff. ¶ The rare and important first edition thus, being the much enlarged (by treatises on specific questions of natural philosophy) and revised second edition and the first edition under the canonical title "De Rerum Natura" (clearly referring to Lucretius's great work), of Telesio's revolutionizing main work, which established a new kind of natural philosophy and earned him the reputation as "the first of the moderns" (Francis Bacon). The work is a manifesto for natural philosophy emancipated from peripatetic rationalism, expressed clearly in the subtitle to the first book of the work: "the structure of the world and the natu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-12-22 16:08:13
TELESIO, BERNARDINO [BERNARDINUS TELESIUS]. - [THE MANIFESTO OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY - DEFINING "SPACE" FOR THE FIRST TIME PROPER]
Napoli, Apud Iosephum Cacchium, 1570. 4to. Contemporary limp vellum with handwritten title to spine. Remains of old paper-labels to top and bottom of spine. Spine with loss of ab. 3x2 cm. of vellum to middle, not affecting the book block, which is sound and fine underneath. Some soiling to binding, but all in all fine and unrestored, albeit a bit loose. Some brownspotting to title-page (not heavy), otherwise just a bit of scattered brownspotting. All in all internally very nice and clean, and with good, wide margins. Old owner's name (Juliani Riccii) to front free end-paper and title-page, which also has his inventory number in neat hand: "no/ 634"). Telesio's woodcut title-device (a beatiful naked woman, all alone, far from the troubles of the world, illuminated by the sun, surrounded by a border carrying the saying in Greek: "mona moi fila" - presumably depicting the goddess of Truth), and numerous lovely, illustrated woodcut initials throughout. 95 ff. ¶ The rare and important first edition thus, being the much enlarged (by treatises on specific questions of natural philosophy) and revised second edition and the first edition under the canonical title "De Rerum Natura" (clearly referring to Lucretius's great work), of Telesio's revolutionizing main work, which established a new kind of natural philosophy and earned him the reputation as "the first of the moderns" (Francis Bacon). The work is a manifesto for natural philosophy emancipated from peripatetic rationalism, expressed clearly in the subtitle to the first book of the work: "the structure of the world and the natu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-12-05 06:52:09
MORA, Domenico. Treatise on Renaissance warfare by a Bolognese author in the service of Ottavio Farnese, Duke of Parma; with a splendid frontispiece woodcut of a mounted condottiere in full armour resembling Titian's equestrian portrait of the Emperor Charles V
Venice, Gabriel Giolito di Ferrara, 1570 (colophon: Venice, Giovanni Griffio, 1569). Small 4to. [8]f + 254p. Without last blank leaf. Roman & italic letter. Title with Giolito's phoenix device incorporated in cartouche and ornamental head-piece, a full-page woodcut of a condottiere on a war horse, 13 textual woodcuts, 26 letter diagrams showing troop formations (1 full-page), decorative woodcut initials and ornaments at beginning. 18th century vellum. First edition, second issue. A general treatise on the art of war by a Bolognese author in the Parman service. Book I is devoted to the duties of a commander and his senior officers; book II treats infantry tactics and battle orders - the author advocates separate formations of pike-men and arquebusiers, each made up in rows of six, marching in parallel order for mutual support; book III on fortification appears to be largely based on Maggi & Castriotto's Fortificatione delle città (- see Jähns 820); book IV instructs on drawing up plans for siege craft and on guarding a conquered city. The splendid full-page woodcut of a mounted condottiere in full armour facing the first page of text is thought to be based on Titian's equestrian portrait of the Emperor Charles V, although the fleur-de-lys decor of the caparison would suggest a French king. Published by Giolito as part of his historical series 'Collana historica' under the editorship of Tommaso Porcacchi. Mora's dedication to Ottavio Farnese, Duke of Parma, is dated 23 June 1569; most of this edition printed by Griffio was acquired by Giolito, who added a preface by Tommaso P … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-10-02 20:13:25
Einband:
Basel, Eusebius und Nicolaus Episcopius, 1570. 8 Bll., 672 S., 30 Bll., 1 w. Bl. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titel und einer weiteren unterschiedlichen auf dem letzten Blatt sowie einigen Holzschnittinitialen. Folio. Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln, mit reicher Rollen- und Plattenstempelprägung, silbergepr. Supralibro auf beiden Deckeln, 2 intakten Messing-Lederschliessen und Rotschnitt; Einband etwas berieben, fleckig und bestoßen; Silberprägung oxydiert; zahlr. winzige Wurmlöcher auf den Deckeln; Innendeckelbezug beider Deckel erneuert; Vordervorsatz herausgetrennt; Bll. durchgehend mit zahlr. winzigen Wurmlöchern (geringer Buchsstabenverlust); erste Bll. mit kleinen Wasserflecken im weissen Rand; Titel und erste sowie letzte Bll. etwas angerändert; Titel etwas angestaubt; gering stockfleckig und gebräunt; alter Namenszug und 2 Stempel auf dem Titel; Stempel auf Blatt 2. Exemplar aus der Biblitothek des Peter Wok von Rosenberg, der bedeutendsten böhmischen Privatbibliothek des 16. Jahrhunderts; hinterer Deckel mit dem Wappensupralibro Wok von Rosenbergs in einem Lorbeerkranz, datiert 1585, mit den Initialen von ihm und seiner Frau. Das Supralibro auf dem Vorderdeckel zeigt einen Ritter in voller Rüstung mit gezogenem Schwert auf einem galoppierenden Pferd; die Darstellung befindet sich in einem Sechspaß umgeben von einem Lorbeerkranz und mit dem Schriftband: "Petr Wok Wolff z Rozmberka M.D.XXC.V."; Peter Wok von Rosenberg (1539-1611) besaß in seinen Schlössern Rosenberg und Wittingau (Adalbert Stifters "Witiko") eine der bedeutendsten böhmischen Biblio … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-27 20:05:16
[SHAKESPEARE SOURCE]; BANDELLO, Matteo; BELLEFOREST, François de; BOISTEAU, Pierre
Turin: Cesar Farine, 1570. "Romeo, Oh, Romeo! Where for Art Bill Shakes Found Us?' "Here, Dear Juliet, Here." The Earliest Obtainable Edition in Contemporary Binding [SHAKESPEARE SOURCE]. BANDELLO, Matteo, and BELLEFOREST, François de, and BOISTEAU, Pierre. XVIII Histoires Tragiques. Extraictes des oeuvres Italiennes de Bandel, & mises en langue Françoise. Les six premieres, par Pierre Boisteau, sur nommé Launay, natif de Bretaigne. Les douze fuiuans, par Franc. de Belle Forest, Comingeois. Turin: Cesar Farine, 1570. Fourth collected edition in (originally published in Lyon, 1560, and Paris 1563 and 1564; all scarce) containing the source material for Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Small octavo (4 3/4 x 3 in; 120 x 76 mm). [1,blank], 436, [3], [1, blank] ff. Contemporary full vellum. Yapp edges. Inked title to spine. Bookplate of Mandelle Memorial Library (Kalamazoo, Missouri), with its embossed stamp to titlepage. Vellum soiled, as expected. Small half-inch split to upper joint. A wonderful copy of an extremely rare book. Housed in a quarter black morocco clamshell case. OCLC/KVK record only one copy in libraries worldwide; institutionally rarer than the 1560 (3 cc) and 1563 (2 cc) editions. Only one copy has come to auction within the last thirty-six years, at Christie's-NY, May 22, 2001, lot 288 (with foxing, ink and damp stains); it sold for $9,600 ($8,000 plus 20% premium). No copies of the prior editions have been seen at auction during the same period. There are only two known copies of the 156 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-25 06:35:21
GRAHAME, Simion
Woodcut headpiece on title, text within decorative woodcut borders. Tipped in before the title is a leaf with 2 pages of nineteenth-century manuscript dealing with the history of this book. Title lightly browned, but a handsome copy in nineteenth-century russia, rebacked, gilt edges; preserved in a half-calf clamshell box. From the libraries of Charles Tennant, Henry Cunliffe and Abel Berland with their bookplates. First edition of the original printed treatise, exceedingly rare, with no known copies. This work, consisting of prose interspersed with verse, describes the melancholy or humors of man. Like so many other writers on the subject, including Bright and Burton, Grahame's inducement was due in great part to his own experiences with depression and melancholy. It is interesting to note that many historians feel that this book was the major source of inspiration and indeed the original suggestion for Burton's Anatomy of melancholy, which is considered the greatest medical treatise ever written by a layperson. & Grahame (1570-1614) was born in Edinburgh. He is described as a traveler, soldier, courtier, and a great scholar who spent some time in exile on the continent (under unknown circumstances) where he wrote this work. According to the Dictionary of National Biography, Grahame was" licentious, and given over to all manner of debordings, but was an acute observer on human character and in lessons of practical wisdom." He spent his last years as an austere Franciscan, indicating that he had possibly struggled with spiritual, in addition to physical conflicts, m … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-23 10:59:27
PARACELSUS
Woodcut port. of Paracelsus on verso of title & two woodcuts in the text. 36 unnumbered leaves. 4to, cont. blind-stamped pigskin over boards (recased with new endpapers, final leaves with some mostly marginal dampstaining). Munich: A. Berg, 1570. First edition of these four tracts by Paracelsus which were also added to the new edition of his Archidoxa, published later in the same year. Of particular interest is the first tract which deals with the magnet and its use in the treatment of different diseases; the second tract, on occult philosophy (including a chapter on imagination and one on possessed people) is of interest for medical psychology; the third one deals with the administration of medicines, and the last one with snakes and other poisonous animals. Edited by Johann Albert von Wimpenaeus (fl. 1568-70). Good copy. Rare. Sudhoff 128. .
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2012-06-23 06:50:38
"[ROGER, of Wendover and Matthew Paris.]"
London: ex officina Thomae Marshij, 1570. London: ex officina Thomae Marshij. 1570. "Folio, pp. [10], 440, 466 (i. e. 468 - a single unsigned leaf inserted between 3T1 and 3T2), [22], including the genuine blank leaf [4Q6] at the back; title within architectural border (McKerrow & Fergusson, 132), 14- line woodcut arms on A1r, 2 7-line pointille woodcut initials; contemporary full calf, blindstamped panel with fleurons in the corners enclosing a monogram, double-ruled border on covers, 18th century morocco label; joints cracked, small chips out at the top and bottom of the front cover at the joint; internally clean but with some light pencil erudite marginalia; a good copy with an interesting Irish provenance: the title-p. with an 18th century inscription ""Ioannes Carpenter Archepus Dublin et Hibernia Primus 1770"" and with a further inscription on the verso of the title-p. in Gaelic: ""Do leabhnaibh ,,,"" beneath which is Carpenter's engraved bookplate. A further inscription at the top of the second leaf reads: ""Th. Mackie, June 28, 1823, Troy's sale, Shrp., Rtnd. a. £497916"" as well as another inscription in Gaelic on [¹5r]. & & The existence of Matthew of Westminster (""Matthaeum Westmonasteriensem"") is held to be fictitious, and the name a probable allusion to Matthew Paris. In fact, the work is a compilation from several authors and chronicles. Book 1, covering up to the year 1066, follows closely the Chronica major of Matthew Paris. Book 2 is an abridgment from the same work, with additions partly compiled and composed by various writers at St. Albans an … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-15 02:39:01
Cicero, Marcus Tullius. -
Lugdunum (Lyon), Gryphius 1570,. 12 x 7,7 cm., 536 S. + 70 S. beigeb. Erläuterungen, Pergamentbd. auf 3 Bünden. - minimale Bräunungen, Schnitt stellenweise bestoßen, Einband fleckig, insgesamt wohlerhalten - enthält u.a. De Oratore ad Quintum fratrem libri III
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2012-06-14 20:13:36
Mathesius, Johannes:
Nürnberg, Johann von Bergs Erben 1570.. 8°. 7, 212 num. Bll., späterer Kupferstich mit Luthers Porträt auf Einband innen montiert. Blindgepr. Lederband über Holzdeckeln auf 3 Bünden. (Einband stark berieben, 1 Schließe fehlt, Besitzervermerke und einige wenige Marginalien von alter Hand, zu Beginn und am Ende im Bug leicht wasserrandig, durchgängig etw. braunfleckig, kräftiger Druck und insgesamt altersgemäß in gutem Zustand). Auflage:0. Mathesius, Johannes (* 24. Juli 1504 zu Rochlitz a.d. Mulde, + 7. Oktober 1565 zu (Sankt) Joachimsthal in Böhmen). Theologe und Reformator, M. studierte nach dem Besuch der Nürnberger Lateinschule 1523/24 zunächst in Ingolstadt. Als Erzieher auf Schloß Odelzhausen an der Glonn 1526/27 las er Luthers "Sermon von den guten Werken" und schloß sich bald darauf der Reformation an. Nach einem Theologiestudium in Wittenberg (1529/30) wurde er Lehrer in Altenburg. 1532 zum Rektor der Joachimsthaler Lateinschule berufen, baute er die dortige Schulbibliothek auf. 1540-42 studierte er nochmals in Wittenberg, vornehmlich bei Luther und Melanchthon ("Analecta Lutherana et Melanthonia", hrsg. v. G. Loesche, 1892). Als häufiger Gast im Haus Luthers schrieb er zahlreiche Tischreden nach (separat hrsg. v. E. Kroker 1903 sowie in der Weimarer Lutherausg., Abt. "Tischreden" IV, 1916, V, 1919). Nach seiner Ordination durch Luther im März 1542 folgte M. einem erneuten Ruf nach Joachimsthal, nunmehr in das Predigtamt, und wurde 1545 Pfarrer der jungen Bergbaugemeinde, die er in konfessionellen Wirren (namentlich mit Täufern), wirtschaftlichen Krisen (Rückgang de … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-12 09:29:09
Abraham Ortelius
EuropaeAbraham OrteliusAntwerp: c.1570Hand-colored copperplate engraving, beautiful original colorSheet size: 16 1/2" 21"Accompanying Latin text on versoAbraham Ortel, or Ortelius (1527-1598), was born in Antwerp in 1527 and was educated in Greek, Latin and mathematics. Ortelius began his career in cartography as a map colorist, and worked as a map and book dealer. Ortelius evolved into a keen and discerning expert on contemporary geographical knowledge and its expression in cartography, even traveling through Italy and France with Gerard Mercator (1512-1594), his friend and rival. In the 1560's Ortelius conceived of the project that would win him international acclaim, the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, widely considered the first modern atlas. Ortelius collected the best contemporary maps available, and had each re-engraved by the talented Flemish artist Frans Hogenberg (1535-90) into a standard format and graphic style, appended scholarly text to their versos, and published them as a uniform edition. He maintained the highest quality of paper, engraving and coloring, resulting in some of the most beautiful maps ever produced. The Theatrum proved to be a landmarkadvancement over previous collections of maps. Suddenly, curious Europeans truly seemed to have
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2012-06-03 22:36:32
Farnese, Alessandro (1545-1592), Herzog von Parma, Feldherr
Parma, 2. Dezember 1570. Gebräunt, an den Rändern etwas angestaubt. Die Hälfte des zweiten Blattes mit der Adresse wurde abgetrennt.. An einen unbekannten Empfänger (Adressteil ist nicht mehr vorhanden),dem er einen Gesandten empfiehlt. Mit beiliegendem, montierten Kupferstichporträt. Farnese war ein Enkel von Kaiser Karl V. und ein Neffe des spanischen Königs Philipp II. Er war als Diplomat auf den großen europäischen Bühnen ebenso talentiert wie als Militär und Stratege. Bereits in jungen Jahren zeichnete er sich in der Seeschlacht von Lepanto (1571) aus und bewies seine herausragende militärische Befähigung im Kampf um die spanischen Niederlanden, wo er Don Juan als Generalgouverneur nachfolgte. Nach dem Tod seines Vaters übernahm er 1586 auch die Herrschaft im Herzogtum Parma. Er starb 1592 als einer der begnadetsten Feldherren seiner Zeit.
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2012-06-03 21:50:17
VALÈRE MAXIME, Gaius) VALERIUS MAXIMUS, Gaius.
Hieronymum de Marnef 1570 - Parisiis (Paris), apud Hieronymum de Marnef, 1570. In 16 de 487-[23]pp. (index sur deux colonnes), reliure en plein parchemin rigide de l'époque, dos à 2 petits nerfs avec quelques petits trous de vers, salissures et petites taches sur les plats, impression typographique sur la page de titre représentant un aigle nourrissant ses petits dans son nid comportant autour de cette gravure la devise suivante: "In me mors, In me vita", "Val Max" écrit à l'encre noire sur la première page de garde, cachet et signature d'appartenance anciens sur la page de titre, lettrines historiées, certaines marges supérieures un peu courtes, au verso du dernier feuillet de la page d'index se trouve une gravure représentant un griffon prenant appui sur un socle enchainé à un globe ailé, avec comme devise: "Virtutis, et gloriae comes invidia", rousseurs éparses, quelques trous de vers notamment dans la marge latérale externe de nombreux feuillets ne touchant pas le texte, quelques annotations à l'encre noire de l'époque dans la marge latérale de quelques feuillets sans gravité, bon exemplaire. Rare édition parisienne du XVIème siècle. Ce ''Factorum et dictorum memorabilium libri" de Valère Maxime, est un recueil d'exempla historiques émanant principalement de Cicéron, Salluste et Tite Live. L'oeuvre eut un immense succès tout au long de l'antiquité et du Moyen- âge, elle fut une importante source de travail pour des auteurs tels que Pline, Plutarque, Frontin, Gelle, Lactance et d'autres. Elle servit de modèle à Francesco Petrarca (François Pétrarque) pour la composition … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Scritti
2012-06-01 10:10:05
TOMMASO d'AQUINO [SANTO].
Romae, 1570 (Romae, apud Iulium Accoltum, 1570), in-folio, leg. seicentesca in piena pergamena, dorso a 5 nervi, carte [1], 233, [1], 48. Con ritratto del santo in ricca cornice xilografica al frontespizio. Marca editorialele su c. FF10r. Piccole iniziali xilografiche. Due colonne, 82 linee di commento che circondano il testo. La lettura sulle espistole di San Paolo e i Sermoni sono completi, ma si tratta di un volume di "Divi Thomae Aquinatis [...] Opera omnia. Romae, 1570-1571". Bell'esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2012-05-29 06:46:17
Tartagni Alexandri Imolensis.
Venetiis, Apud Nicolaum Bevilaquam, & Socios, 1570, volumi 4 legati in uno, in-folio br. Belle marche tipografiche incise sui frontespizi. Mancano la rilegatura e le sguardie. Il volume secondo termina alla pagina 167.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2012-05-13 14:57:15
PERRISSIN, Jean (before 1546-1617), [and Jacques TORTOREL (fl: 1568-1575)].
[Geneva: Nicholas Castellin], 1570 (but 1569). Sheet size (14 4/8 x 19 2/8 inches), matted. Fine etching signed "Perrissim. Fecit. 1570" within the platemark, woodcut title above and legend beneath. Provenance: The Paul and Marianne Gourary Collection of Illustrated Fete Books "Splendid Ceremonies". The third plate in the celebrated series "Premier volume contenant quarante tableaux ou histoires diverses qui sont memorables touchant les guerres, massacres et troubles advenus en France en ces dernieres annees. Le tout recueilli selon le tesmoignage de ceux qui y ont este en personne" first published in Geneva in 1569 - 1570. The publisher's preferred etched issue found in the earliest editions of 30 plates. This fine and dramatic scene depicts the tragic moment at the tournament of June 1559 when Henri II (1519-1559), King of France was ousted from his horse by Gabriel de Lorges, Count of Montgomery (1530-1574) when a lance splintered, went into his eye and shot upwards into his brain, causing a subdural hemorrhage. In spite of this horrific injury,."the king managed to get to his chambers, where all of his physicians gathered in the hope of curing him. Initially, his surgeons cleaned the splinters out his eye, purged him with rhubarb and other purgatives, and bled him - as was the practice of the day - of 12 ounces (34 centilitres) of blood. The king's injuries were so serious that many famous physicians were sent for, including Andreas Vesalius. While the courtiers waited for Vesalius to arrive, the physicians who were at the king's bedside made several experiments, includ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-05-09 20:54:01
AESOPI PHRYGIS:
. Regivm. 1570. 8mo. With 62 woodcuts by B. Salomon. Contp. full vellum. Page 236 is missing upper corner but without loss of text. Page 319 with a little hole with loss of a few letters. Some browning. Old name on titelpage. * Most of the illustrations are taken from the 1549 edition also published by Jean de Tournes. <br>Ulrike Bodemann 27,1 and 29,2. Brunet I, 88..
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2012-04-13 11:49:10
Plutarco.
- In Venetia, appresso Iacopo Sansovino il giovane, 1570, in-4, leg. coeva in piena pergamena floscia (scurita), carte [4], 154, [2], 391. Con marca tipografica al front. e belle iniziali xilografiche (formate dall'intreccio di animali e piante). Manca l'ultima carta della prima parte CCC8, bianca. La seconda parte delle vite precede la prima. Questa edizione comprendeva anche una terza parte che qui non è presente. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc
2012-04-07 21:58:15
Ortelius, Abraham
Antwerp:: Ortelius,. 1570 (but 1595).. Copper engraving with period hand coloring, 141 1/2 x 20". Magnificent sea battle in the Indian Ocean and sea monsters in the Atlantic. Laid on board. This fine early image of the African continent is based on the Gastaldi wall map of 1564. First published in a Latin edition of Ortelius's ground-breaking atlas Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, the drawing of the far eastern coast of Brazil, shown as well below the Equator, differs significantly from the World and America maps. Van den Broecke 8; Norwich Maps of Africa map 10, pp. 48-49.
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2012-04-05 13:53:55
XENOPHON
Folio. pp. [12], 790, [44]. Title page with large woodcut printer’s device. Dual column Greek and Latin text with decorative initials. Latin text in italic. Interior contains light age toning as well as mild scattered foxing / spotting; minor worming is present in the bottom marginal corner of early gatherings. An early faded shelf number [?] is written on the title page next to the printer’s device; occasional segments of text are underlined in a neat early hand throughout; several leaves contain spots of early marginalia. A small marginal tear on p. 605 is carefully sealed. Minor printing flaw on leaf D2 – some text printed over a small wrinkle. Bound in period alum tawed pigskin over wooden boards; tooled in blind with small portrait panel stamps on front and rear covers. The binding is dated 1570 and bears the initials IAZK. Both fore-edge clasps are present and intact. Rubbing and wear to extremities and corners. This copy contains an index (see Adams). The complete works of Xenophon (428-354 b.c.e.), the Greek historian and philosopher, covering numerous subjects – i.e. his “Historia” describes events in Greek history from 411-362 b.c.e.; the “Anabasis” provides a first hand account of the disastrous Greek military expedition to Persia (401-399 b.c.e.); The “Memorabilia,” and the Socratic dialogues discuss philosophy, politics, economics and education; “De Re Equestri” is the first extant work on horsemanship and the “De Magistri Equitum Officio” describes the duties of a cavalry officer. Text is co … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-04-04 19:20:16
BEMBO PIETRO.
per Giordano Ziletti,, In Vinetia, 1570. Cm. 22,5, cc. (38) 179. Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e bei capolettera istoriati. Interessante legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle con decorazioni in oro ai piatti e piccolo stemma centrale. Qualche arrossatura alle carte preliminari, tracce d'uso alla legatura e timbro di biblioteca religiosa estinta. Manca inoltre l'ultima carta (bianca?). Esemplare peraltro complessivamente genuino e marginoso. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2012-03-31 21:59:00
. Kolorierte Radierung aus Braun-Hogenberg, Civitatis orbis terrarum., um 1570, 35x47cm.. Kartusche mit dem Titel in der linken unteren Bildecke, im linken oberen Bildteil ein Wappen. - Klose-Martius I, 148.
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2012-03-02 16:04:29
BARRIENTOS, Bartolomé
Simonis a Portonariis, Salmanticae, 1570. 2 Obras en un vol. 14x9, 16h, 80f - 3h, 28f, 1h, leve polilla en margen superior (sin afectar). Pergamino época (buen estado). Palau 24772 "Buen trabajo filológico. Contiene un diccionario latín-castellano que constituye un documento precioso para indagar los orígenes de la Lengua vulgar". Palau 24774.
Bookseller: Librería Sagasta [Madrid, Spain]
2012-02-28 21:29:01
Anonimo
Appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, In Vinegia, 1570. Timbro di provenienza al frontespizio e sull'ultima pagina di testo, lieve usura ai bordi delle prime carte, esemplare leggermente rifilato, vecchie tracce di tarli ai contropiatti Marca tipografica con Fenice rivolta al sole ad ali spegate su fiamme che si sprigionano da globo alato recante le iniziali GIF. Motto Semper eadem. Riccamente ornato da capilettera istoriati e vignette raffiguranti scene dei Vangeli. (32) + 512 con numerose ill.n.t. p. in-8 p.tela ottocentesca con applicazioni ai quattro angoli del piatto anteriore e stemma centrale raffigurante la Beata Vergine in preghiera in argento
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2012-02-20 13:44:57
LONGUEIL CHRISTOPH (Longolius).
per Eusebium Episcop.,, Basileae, 1570. Cm. 16, pp. (32) 374 (10). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio ed al colophon. Legatura coeva in pergamena floscia con unghie. Una reintegrazione di pergamena alla base del dorso, peraltro esemplare fresco, marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Le pagine preliminari contengono la vita dell'autore scritta verosimilmente dal Cardinal Polo, suo intimo amico.
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