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2018-10-02 14:41:42
ISTANBUL (Konstantinopel) / Türkei (Turkey):
Kupferstich v. Giacomo Franco aus Lafreri-Atlas b. Claudio Duchetti in Roma, dat. 1570, 30 x 43,5 Alberti (2010): n. 105; Borroni Salvadori (1980): n. 242; Destombes (1970): nn. 136-136a; Edwards (1933): n. 91; Ganado (1994): VI, n. 49 & p. 215, n. 81; Phillips (1914): n. 87; Shirley (2004): II, n. 15; Alberti (2009): p. 130, n. A. 87; Pagani (2012): p. 82; Tooley (1939): nn. 156-157. - Zeigt eine Gesamtansicht von Istanbul aus der halben Vogelschau. - Unter der Ansicht Erklärungen von 1 - 58. - Unten rechts Stechersignatur und Datierung. - Über der Ansicht Titel "Costantinopoli". - 1. Zustand von 2. Zuständen. - Extrem seltener italienischer Einblattdruck aus einem Lafreri-Atlas! Shows a general view of Istanbul from the half bird's eye view. - Below the view explanations from 1 - 58. - Bottom right engraver signature and dating. - Above the view title "Costantinopoli". - 1st state of 2nd states. - Extremely rare Italian single-leaf print from a Lafreri atlas! Zustände (states): 1. state: Signatur "Claudio Ducheto 1570. IAF" 2. state: unten rechts wurde die Adresse "Ioannes Orlandi formis romae 1602" hinzugefügt. Exemplare (copies): 1. state: Birmingham, Public Library; Firenze, Biblioteca Nazionale; Londra, British Library; Londra, Royal Geographical Society; Malta, National Library; Milano, Raccolta Bertarelli; Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale (2); Roma, Biblioteca Nazionale (2); Washington, Library of Congress. 2. state: Copenaghen, Universitetsbibliotekets; Fano, Federiciana; Malta, National Library; Paris Bibliothèque Nationale.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2018-10-02 00:59:38
M T Ciceronis
Venitiis Venice: Aldus Iunio Aldus. Manutius. Paulli, F. Aldi N, 1570. Condition: Very Good binding. Octavo. Full contemporary limp vellum binding with manuscript title on the spine and the bottom edge of the textblock; some soiling to the covers; ties are missing; textblock sound and interior is relatively clean; a very readable copy; with Aldine imprint on title page; book is collated against the printer's register noting that the last signature signed as "qui est duernio" in the register has only 3 leaves (1 signed rr and 2 unsigned), the last leaf contains the printer's register on recto and blank on the verso; perhaps lacking a leaf; the bookplate of Harvard College Library on pastedown [happily stamped Duplicate, as is the verso of the title page, so we can assume it was honorably deaccessioned]; digital photgraphs are available upon request.
Bookseller: Black Swan Books Inc [Richmond, Virginia, US]
2018-09-29 07:49:41
Henri Estienne
Parisiis: excudebat Henri Stephanus, 1570. Folio, pp. [16], 194, [2], 278 (i.e. 288), [4]; printer's device on title page; contemporary full paneled calf, the panel surrounded by triple blindstamped borders incorporating small medallion portraits and floral devices, the whole neatly rebacked, blindstamped spine in 5 compartments, gilt-lettered in 2, endpapers renewed; original brass hasps but clasps not preserved, some dampstaining to bottom margin of the title page, occasional spots and stains, and a touch or worming towards the back, but overall a very good copy. Collection of Greek speeches with Latin translations and Latin speeches edited, annotated, published and printed by Henri Estienne, mainly from Livy, others from Sallust, Tacitus, Herodotus, Thucydides, and Quintus Curtius. This copy with the uncorrected state of p. 288 which is numbered 278. Adams C-2486; Renouard, p. 133-4; Schreiber, 176.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-09-29 07:49:41
Henri Estienne
Parisiis: excudebat Henri Stephanus, 1570. Folio, pp. [20], 288, 194, [4]; printer's device on title-p.; old embossed stamp in margin of title-p. and the following leaf; leaves Cc3-4 (index to the first part) are bound in at the back; old orange-stained sheep laid down over contemporary vellum; the calf is rotting in places but the underlying vellum is sound; very clean internally. Collection of Greek speeches with Latin translations and Latin speeches edited, annotated, published and printed by Henri Estienne, mainly from Livy, others from Sallust, Tacitus, Herodotus, Thucydides, and Quintus Curtius. This copy with the corrected state of p. 288 which is so numbered. Adams C-2486; Renouard, p. 133-4; Schreiber, 176.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-09-29 07:49:41
Henri Estienne
Geneva: Henri Stephanus, 1570. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power [San Marino, California, US]
2018-09-28 07:54:48
When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. 1570 CANON LAW & Catholic Church & Luther Heretics Sborzzi Paolo Donati 3 Books A collection of rare 16th-century episcopal works on papacy, catholic church, & canonic law. Main author: Sborzzi, Lancellotti Giovanni Paolo, Donati Giovanni Paolo Title: see below Published: see below Language: Latin Notes & contents: · 3 works o Tractatus de vicario episcopi... § Giacomo Sborzzi § Venetiis : Apud Iulium Somaschum, 1592. § Signatures: a-c⁸ d⁶ A-V⁸ X⁴. o Institutiones iuris canonici... § Lancellotti Giovanni Paolo § Venetiis: impensis Marci Amadori, 1570. § Collated: *10, a-b8, c4, A-Mm8, Nn4 o Brevis tractatus de iure eligendi ministros Ecclesiae... § Donati Giovanni Paolo § Ferrariae: apud Victorium Baldinum, 1582. § Collated: A-K12 · Title page vignettes FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Venetiis : Apud Iulium Somaschum, 1592. Size: ~in X in (cm x cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $750 Language Latin Subject Religion & Spirituality Special Attributes First Edition Special Attributes 1st Edition Special Attributes Illustrated Binding Vellum Year Printed 1570 Original/Facsimile Original Original/Reproduc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-28 07:54:48
1570. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-28 07:46:18
ALL PAGES AND TITLE PAGE ARE TOTALLY COMPLETE AND ALL ARE ORIGINAL 1570! $$$ EXTREMELY VALUABLE $$$ TWO OTHER 1570's LISTED FOR SALE WORLDWIDE AT $52,000 & $47,000! THIS FAMOUS MUSEUM PIECE IS 100% ORIGINAL 1570 AND 100% COMPLETE! IN GOTHIC BLACK LETTER EARLY ENGLISH!!! "STULTIFERA NAVIS OR THE SHIP OF FOOLES" London, John Cawood, 1570. Second English Edition after the First of 1509 which is unavailable on the market. In Early English & Latin. Folio measuring 11" x 7.50" (25,8 x17,6 cm.). Beautiful Brown 1800's Gilt tooled morocco leather binding, gilt fillets, floral borders and centre-piece on covers; spine gilt in compartments, all lettered in gold ('Barclay's Ship of Fooles'), and Dated ('1570') in center spine compartment, floral gilt inner dentelles, and the bottom of the inside front cover is lettered in Gold with the Binder's name "Bound by W. Pratt for H. Sotheran & Co." Gilt page edges, there are a few scattered light stains and a couple of pages with clean professional marginal repairs (NAT), and a repaired tear and corner. The Original 1570 Title Page has been Professionally Washed and flattened with resized margins and several small repaired holes and professionally tipped in. The Pages are Remarkably Clean, Crisp and Fresh with Original Wide Margins!!! Blank End papers are replaced. There is a Large woodcut with four ships filled with Fools (15,6 x 10 cm) on the Title Page, 116 woodcuts (ca. 11 x 8 cm) in text, 8 of which are repeated twice and one woodcut once. The woodcuts are placed between a floral woodcut border to the left and to the right. Interesting w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: THE-WORD Antiquarian Books [Albuquerque, NM, US]
2018-09-28 06:31:04
: Pope Gregory VIIII
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. 1570 Pope Gregory IX Decretales Catholic Church Canon LAW & Papal Inquisition A rare 16th-century printing of 13th-century Catholic Canonic Law by Pope Gregory IX. Pope Gregory IX Latin: Gregorius IX (c. 1145 - 1241), was Pope from 19 March 1227 to his death in 1241. He is known for issuing the Decretales and instituting the Papal Inquisition, a mechanism that severely punished people accused of heresy, in response to the failures of the episcopal inquisitions established during the time of Pope Lucius III through his papal bull Ad abolendam issued in 1184. Main author: Pope Gregory VIIII Title: Epistolae decretales summorum pontificum, a Gregorio nono, pontifice maximo Published: Parisiis, apud Iacobum Puteanum sub insigni Samaritanae, 1570. Language: Latin Notes & contents: · 1st edition - Puteanum · vellum binding FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 911 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Parisiis, apud Iacobum Puteanum sub insigni Samaritanae, 1570. Size: ~7in X 4.5in (18cm x 12cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $950 Pope Gregory IX Latin: Gregorius IX (born Ugolino di Conti; c. 1145 - 22 August 1241), was Pope from 19 March 1227 to his death in 1241. He is known for … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-27 13:58:17
: Pope Gregory VIIII
When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. 1570 Pope Gregory IX Decretales Catholic Church Canon LAW & Papal Inquisition A rare 16th-century printing of 13th-century Catholic Canonic Law by Pope Gregory IX. Pope Gregory IX Latin: Gregorius IX (c. 1145 - 1241), was Pope from 19 March 1227 to his death in 1241. He is known for issuing the Decretales and instituting the Papal Inquisition, a mechanism that severely punished people accused of heresy, in response to the failures of the episcopal inquisitions established during the time of Pope Lucius III through his papal bull Ad abolendam issued in 1184. Main author: Pope Gregory VIIII Title: Epistolae decretales summorum pontificum, a Gregorio nono, pontifice maximo Published: Parisiis, apud Iacobum Puteanum sub insigni Samaritanae, 1570. Language: Latin Notes & contents: · 1st edition - Puteanum · vellum binding FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 911 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Parisiis, apud Iacobum Puteanum sub insigni Samaritanae, 1570. Size: ~7in X 4.5in (18cm x 12cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $950 Pope Gregory IX Latin: Gregorius IX (born Ugolino di Conti; c. 1145 - 22 August 1241), was Pope from 19 March 1227 to his … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-26 05:56:24
Paracelsus
Stratzburg: Christian Müller, 1570. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: antiquarian-collections [Charleston, South Carolina, US]
2018-09-23 01:54:55
URRETA, Luis de.
Finger & Piccolino, p. 117; Palau 345993; cf. Gay, Bibl. de l'Afrique et l'Arabe 2690. First and only edition, in Spanish, of an early work on Ethiopia by the Spanish Dominican monk Luis de Urreta (ca. 1570-1636), who wrote two volumes glorifying his own order's accomplishments in Ethiopia while diminishing those of the Jesuits. In the present work, the second of the two, he deals specifically with the Dominican presence in Ethiopia and the history of the Ethiopian saints. Like the first work, the Historia ecclesiastica published in 1610, it is a late example of a stream of geographical fantasies where Ethiopia was presented as the wondrous utopian kingdom of Prester John, and Urreta makes the case for an ancient Dominican presence in the country, arguing that they should thus be given precedence over the Jesuits as Catholic missionaries in that country. With information on two Dominicans who entered Mecca around 1580.From the library of Pierre Seguier, Lord Chancellor of France from 1635 to 1672, best known for his appearance in The three musketeers, with his arms and monogram stamped in gold on the binding. And with an owner's inscription on title-page. With a faint water stain in the lower margin of four leaves in the introduction, a tiny corner torn from the title-page, otherwise in very good condition. Binding heavily restored, but with the gold-tooled coat of arms still very clear.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-09-22 07:31:06
Ortelius, Abraham
Flandria, kopergravure uitgegeven door Abraham Ortelius 1570-1575 te Antwerpen. In de tijd met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 38,7 x 50,3 cm. Dit was de eerste van drie platen van Vlaanderen vervaardigd door Ortelius voor zijn monumentale Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, de eerste 'moderne' wereldatlas. Deze rijk versierde kaart is vervaardigd naar een kaart uit 1540 van Gerard Mercator. In de Noordzee zien we schepen in een vuurgevecht en ook een zeemonster verbeeldt het immer loerende gevaar. Een allegorische vrouwenfiguur toont in haar ene hand graan, in de andere het wapen van Vlaanderen. In Ortelius' tijd bestaan er nog geen atlassen zoals wij die kennen. Wel losse kaarten voor zeelui en samengestelde atlassen die op bestelling worden gemaakt. Meestal bestaan die uit kaarten van verschillend formaat en ook de schaal varieert. Ortelius krijgt waarschijnlijk van cartograaf Gerard Mercator de suggestie om de geografische kennis en kaarten van de hele wereld uit allerlei bronnen te verzamelen en te verspreiden onder een brede groep mensen. Zo ontstaat het idee van een 'moderne' atlas: een verzameling kaarten gebundeld in een boek, van gelijk formaat en op dezelfde schaal, die speciaal voor de uitgave (opnieuw) in koper gegraveerd worden. Het boek wordt door de uitgever in meerdere exemplaren op de markt gebracht, ook dat is nieuw. De productie van de atlas is een flinke onderneming. Ortelius zoekt voor de eerste druk het beste materiaal bij elkaar dat hij kent. Hij tekent alle 53 kaarten zelf over op standaardformaat en zet er beschrijvingen bij van landen en plaatsen. Ten slotte zet hij … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE [Netherlands]
2018-09-20 00:39:50
Dictys, Cretensis; Dares, Phrygius; Porcacchi, Tommaso, trans.
Appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrarii, 1570. First Italian edition of Tuscan historian, philologist, and poet Porcacchi's translations of Dictys Cretensis' and Dares Phrygius' works on => the Trojan War, with supplementary materials. The text starts with a dedication from Porcacchi to Silvio Torelli; a detailed index; and introductory material on the importance of historical study, past Greek historians, and a publication history, before moving on to Cretensis' Ditte candiotto della Guerra Troiana; a letter from Cornelio Nepote to Crispo Sallustio on Phrygius' work; Phrygius' Historia di Darete Frigio della ruina di Troia; three of Libanius' declamationes discussing Helen of Troy, Medea, and Andromache; and the Vite di tutti gl'historici antichi greci, with biographies of Herodotus, Thucydides, Xenophon, Plutarch, and others. The work is beautifully printed in single columns with shouldernotes using italic and roman type; Giolito has added numerous head- and tailpieces plus an array of lovely, variously sized historiated initials, with his sizable printer's device appearing on the title-page. Provenance: A shelfmark has been added on the top edge and title on the bottom edge in ink, with the shelflabel of Domenico Olivieri di Parma on the front pastedown; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2018-09-18 21:39:42
Lucas Lossius
LOSSIUS, Lucas. Erotemata Musicae Practicae, ex probatissimus quibusque hujus diuinae & dulcissimae artis scriptoribus accurate et breviter selecta, & exemplis ad puerilem institionem praecipue accommodates illustrata ad usum scholae Luneburgensis Saxoniae aliarumq; puerilium, olim a Luca Lossio in lucem edita. . . Noribergae, Theodorici Gerlatzeni, 1570. [Here is the Google Translation of the above, if your Latin is as rusty as ours
Bookseller: big_six [Salem, Oregon, US]
2018-09-17 06:54:13
PETRARCA, Francesco.
Et diligentemente corretto. In Venetia, apresso Nicolò Beuilacqua. 1570. In 12º [10,9 x 6 cm] com 357 (aliás 346), [13] págs. A colação apresenta um erro tipográfico na numeração entre as páginas 182 e 193. Encadernação da época em pergaminho flexível, com o título e o nome do autor manuscritos na lombada. Edição em miniatura, ilustrada com emblemática, tendo uma vinheta na folha de rosto (xilogravura alegórica com o mote «Superanda omnes fortuna»), gravura com Petrarca e Laura no verso da folha de rosto, tarjas decorativas xilográficas no início dos capítulos e capitulares decorativas no início do texto dos mesmos. Apresenta 6 vinhetas alegóricas historiadas com "emblemata" no início de cada capítulo na última parte da obra (pág. 267 em diante), representando respectivamente o Triunfo do Amor (pág. 267), o Triunfo da Castidade (pág. 289), o Triunfo da Morte (pág.296), o Triunfo da Fama (pág.309), o Triunfo do Tempo (pág. 322) e o Triunfo da Divindade (pág.328). Exemplar com leves vestígios de tinta e humidade no exterior do corte das folhas e com breves sublinhados e anotações marginais da época no texto e no cólofon. De resto exemplar belo e bem preservado. Rara edição em miniatura, ilustrada com emblemática, publicada no ano de 1570, verificando-se a existência no Museu Britânico de uma cópia (on line Refª 240C72). No entanto, quando comparada com a nossa, a paginação e impressão a partir da página 320 (exclusive) são diferentes da nossa cópia. A partir desta página, e até ao cólofon inclusive, a referida cópia do Museu Britânico tem idêntico arranjo gráfico, mas com num … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2018-09-06 19:06:39
Ariosto, Ludovico
Condition: Acceptable. Orignal book from 1570. Small book with nibbled edges and loss of the margins on the first 200 pages. 1148 pages plus index. A binding/reading copy only. Ludovico Ariosto (8 September 1474 ? 6 July 1533) was an Italian poet. He is best known as the author of the romance epic Orlando Furioso (1516). The poem, a continuation of Matteo Maria Boiardo's Orlando Innamorato, describes the adventures of Charlemagne, Orlando, and the Franks as they battle against the Saracens with diversions into many sideplots. Ariosto composed the poem in the ottava rima rhyme scheme and introduced narrative commentary throughout the work.
Bookseller: Ziern-Hanon Galleries Antique Store [Saint Louis, Missouri, US]
2018-09-04 00:57:14
BERNARD, of Clairvaux Saint
1570 Saint Bernard of Clairvaux Medieval Monasticism Cistercian Crusades Templar “The road to hell is paved with good intentions.” Bernard of Clairvaux Bernard of Clairvaux was an 11th-century Cistercian monk who helped shape the Rule of the Knights Templar. His sermons were numerous and hundreds of them survived in written form. Amongst his other known writings are letters, apologies, dogmas, defenses of the Catholic Church, and treatises designed for teaching young believers. This rare 1570 edition of the works of Saint Bernard was published in Lyon and bound in 19th-century leather. Item number: #4477 Price: $550 BERNARD, of Clairvaux Saint Flores opervm D. Bernardi abbatis Clarevallensis, : cum Sacræ Scripturæ professoribus, tum cæteris omnibus vtilissimi: com indici singularium rerum locupletissimo Lugduni : Apud Guliel. Rouillium, 1570. Details: • Collation: Complete with all pages o [1 blank], 774, [26], [1 blank] o Signatures: A-Zz8 2Aa-2D8 • References: USTC 158296; Pettegree FB, 56947 • Language: Latin • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~4.75in X 3in (12cm x 7.5cm) 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! 4477 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-09-04 00:57:14
BERNARD, of Clairvaux Saint
1570 Saint Bernard of Clairvaux Medieval Monasticism Cistercian Crusades Templar “The road to hell is paved with good intentions.” Bernard of Clairvaux Bernard of Clairvaux was an 11th-century Cistercian monk who helped shape the Rule of the Knights Templar. His sermons were numerous and hundreds of them survived in written form. Amongst his other known writings are letters, apologies, dogmas, defenses of the Catholic Church, and treatises designed for teaching young believers. This rare 1570 edition of the works of Saint Bernard was published in Lyon and bound in 19th-century leather. Item number: #4477 Price: $550 BERNARD, of Clairvaux Saint Flores opervm D. Bernardi abbatis Clarevallensis, : cum Sacræ Scripturæ professoribus, tum cæteris omnibus vtilissimi: com indici singularium rerum locupletissimo Lugduni : Apud Guliel. Rouillium, 1570. Details: • Collation: Complete with all pages o [1 blank], 774, [26], [1 blank] o Signatures: A-Zz8 2Aa-2D8 • References: USTC 158296; Pettegree FB, 56947 • Language: Latin • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~4.75in X 3in (12cm x 7.5cm) 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! 4477 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-08-24 19:52:55
DICTYS CRETENSIS [with] DARES PHRYGIUS et Alii.
DICTYS CRETENSIS [with] DARES PHRYGIUS et Alii. Ditte Candiotto et Darete Frigio Della guerra troiana, tradotti per Thomaso Porcacchi da Castiglione Arretino, il quale v’ha aggiunto l’ordine, che s’ha da tener nella Concatenation dell’historie, & le Vite di tutti quelli historici antichi Greci, Venice, appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrarii, 1570. £1000 4to, pp. (xxxii) 180, a-d4 A-X4 Y6. Italic letter, some Roman. Large Giolito de’ Ferrari device on title page, head- and tailpieces, and large historiated initials (printer’s initials “G G F” within vignette of an eagle standing on a round jar emanating flames, mottos in cartouches “de la mia morte eterna vita io vivo” and “semper eadem”, the latter repeated also in headpiece on recto of second leaf. Upper corners of first two quires skilfully repaired; little wormholes on a2, repaired, affecting also a3 with minimal affection of a few letters. Tiny worm tracks running through the lower blank margin (reinforced with paper repairs at times, especially on last two gatherings where a few letters are slightly damaged, though still easily readable). Light age yellowing and very occasional mild spotting. Bookplate of the duke of Northumberland with the Percy coat of arms, dated 1867, on front pastedown. Bound in late C18th/early C19th vellum over boards, gilt spine with lettering on two red morocco labels. Overall an excellent copy. First and only edition of this work which is part of an editorial enterprise called “Collana historica”, or “Collana historica dei Greci” (“historical series of Greek authors”), sprang from the collabora … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2018-08-18 05:50:21
Taverner, Richard?
An uncommon edition of one of the most popular of 16th century English law books, seemingly the first work designed to convey in layman's terms (and in English) the essence of English private law in all aspects; two copies in ESTC in North America. Modern brown calf, gilt, two library stamps, else very clean and fresh with considerable red underlining throughout; the Taussig copy. Imprinted . . . within Temple Barre . . . by Rycharde Tottyl, London, 1570.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-08-18 05:50:06
Taverner Richard?
Imprinted . . . within Temple Barre . . . by Rycharde Tottyl, London, 1570. Modern brown calf, gilt, two library stamps, else very clean and fresh with considerable red underlining throughout; the Taussig copy An uncommon edition of one of the most popular of 16th century English law books, seemingly the first work designed to convey in layman's terms (and in English) the essence of English private law in all aspects; two copies in ESTC in North America [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-08-11 08:23:41
CARDANUS Girolamo (1501-1576)
(Colophon) EX OFFICINA HENRICPETRINA, ANNO SALUTIS M.D.LXX, MENSE MARTIO, 1570. Legatura moderna in pergamena con titolo e filetti in oro al dorso; guardie sostituite. 15-(1 bianca) pagine non numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo e nota di possesso manoscritta che accerta la provenienza da una Società Gesuitica; 271-(1bianca). 163-(1bianca) pagine numerate, compreso frontespizio per Artis Magnae; 7 (1 bianca) pagine non numerate, compreso frontespizio per Operis Perfecti sui sive Algebraicae Logisticae; 111 pagine numerate; al verso dell'ultima pagina, marca tipografica a silografia; 1 carta bianca finale. Prima edizione dell'Opus Novum, contenente il grande contributo di Cardano alla meccanica e la seconda revisione della Artis Magnae, il contributo algebrico più importante del XVI secolo. ("Nel suo Opus novum de proportionibus, Cardano osservò problemi inerenti la meccanica, con l'obiettivo principale di applicare metodi quantitativi allo studio della fisica. Il suo uso del concetto di momento di una forza nel suo studio sulle condizioni di equilibrio e del suo tentativo di determinare sperimentalmente il rapporto tra le densità dell'aria e dell'acqua sono degne di nota».) (DSB). 'In his Opus novum de proportionibus, Cardano turned to problems of mechanics, with the principal aim of applying quantitative methods to the study of physics. His use of the concept of moment of a force in his study of the conditions of equilibrium in balance and his attempt to determine experimentally the relation between the densities of air and water are noteworthy'. (DSB). Esemplare … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-08-10 07:53:33
ROMOLI Domenico
In-16 p. (mm. 150x96), p. pergamena coeva (risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso, 16 cc.nn., 376 cc.num., marca tipografica xilografata al frontespizio (entro cornice figurata, la Sibilla seduta tiene un libro con il braccio sinistro e un altro sulle ginocchia; in basso la scritta: Sibylla). Privilegio del Senato Veneto, datato 3 marzo 1560. Al recto dell'ultima carta "in Venetia, per Michele Tramezzino, MDLXX". Questa opera di gastronomia, tra le più importanti del Cinquecento, è suddivisa in XII libri: nel 1° si tratta dello scalco, suoi dipendenti e camerieri - nel 2° della stagione più opportuna per l'uso delle varie carni - nel 3° dei pesci - nel 4° delle liste di vivande, distinte per mesi - nel 5° del condimento dei cibi, del modo di cucinare frattaglie, pesci, ecc., di fare arrosti, delle varie maniere di cuocere le uova, di far minestre, torte, dolci, di preparare salse e sapori - nel 6° della varia qualità delle carni, loro bontà e loro effetti sulla salute dell'uomo, a seconda dell'età - nel 7° della qualità del latte e suoi derivati, qualità e varietà dei pesci di acqua dolce - nell'8° dei cibi grossi e delicati, loro effetti sulla salute - nel 9° delle diete da osservare, degli esercizi fisici e ordine del mangiare - nel 10° delle erbe, verdure e maniere di cucinarle - nell' 11° dei frutti e loro natura - nel 12° della natura delle spezie, acque e vini e della regola da seguire nell'uso delle bevande. Nel fine "un breve e notabile "trattato del reggimento della sanità" ridotto dalla sostanza della medicina di Roberto Groppetto". Il fiorentino Romoli, detto il Pano … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2018-08-04 08:01:58
CUJACIUS JACOBUS (J. CUJAS).
Coloniae Agrippinae (Köln), Fabricium et Gymnicum, 1570. Small8vo. Contemp. full limp vellum, remains of ties. Decorations to spine and covers in black. Some spots to frontcover.printers large wood-cut device on titlepage. 88),425,(12) pp. Internally clean and fine. ¶ First edition of some of Cujacius' importent expositions of the Justinian codex. "Jacques Cujas, Cujas also spelled Cujaus, Latin Jacobus Cujacius, or Cuiacius (born 1522, Toulouse, Franc - died Oct. 4, 1590, Bourges), French jurist and classical scholar whose work on Roman law was part of the humanist revival of classical culture. A teacher at the universities of Valence and Bourges, Cujas attracted outstanding students from all over Europe, among them the Dutch classical scholar Joseph Justus Scaliger. In jurisprudence Cujas specialized in Justinian; his Paratitla, or summaries of Justinian's Digest and Codex, expresses in short, clear axioms the elementary principles of Roman law. He also edited the Codex Theodosianus". (Encycl. Britannica).
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-08-03 05:50:28
STATUTES. HENRY VIII - ELIZABETH I
In ædibus Richardi Tottelli. Cum priuilegio, 1570. Folio. 35 works in 2 vol., black letter, many titles within decorative woodcut borders, large and small historiated initials throughout. Light age yellowing, the very rare mark or spot. Fine copies in wonderful contemporary London blindstamped calf bindings by Oldham's "F.D. binder" (English Blind-stamped Bindings, p.32 and pl.XXIX), covers triple blind ruled to a panel design, outer panel filled with a double quatrefoil diaper roll (Oldham DI a (10) 600), middle panel with Protestant heads in medallion roll signed F.D. (Oldham HM. b (3) 795), spine with triple blind ruled raised bands, lower compartment hatched a tail, clasps renewed with original brass catches, endpapers renewed Beautiful copies in a fine contemporary bindings, seemingly remarkably complete, covering most of the Tudor period, of thirty five volumes of statutes, in fine contemporary bindings by the London binder F.D. These works are each listed separately by ESTC but may have been intended to be bound together as collections, either per reign (eg Henry VIII) or as here in a complete set. However they are almost never found complete. They were probably all printed by Richard Totell, the official law printer in the reign of Elizabeth I. It is not clear why Tottell printed these statutes with false dates and printers information, maybe he wanted them to look original to give them an air of authenticity. The second volume contains a remarkable collection of 18 sets of statutes, and a table, covering most of the reign of Henry VIII but omitting the years 1516-2 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-08-01 15:21:15
STATUTES. HENRY VIII - ELIZABETH I
[London] : In ædibus Richardi Tottelli. Cum priuilegio, 1570. Folio. 35 works in 2 vol., black letter, many titles within decorative woodcut borders, large and small historiated initials throughout. Light age yellowing, the very rare mark or spot. Fine copies in wonderful contemporary London blindstamped calf bindings by Oldham’s “F.D. binder” (English Blind-stamped Bindings, p.32 and pl.XXIX), covers triple blind ruled to a panel design, outer panel filled with a double quatrefoil diaper roll (Oldham DI a (10) 600), middle panel with Protestant heads in medallion roll signed F.D. (Oldham HM. b (3) 795), spine with triple blind ruled raised bands, lower compartment hatched a tail, clasps renewed with original brass catches, endpapers renewed Beautiful copies in a fine contemporary bindings, seemingly remarkably complete, covering most of the Tudor period, of thirty five volumes of statutes, in fine contemporary bindings by the London binder F.D. These works are each listed separately by ESTC but may have been intended to be bound together as collections, either per reign (eg Henry VIII) or as here in a complete set. However they are almost never found complete. They were probably all printed by Richard Totell, the official law printer in the reign of Elizabeth I. It is not clear why Tottell printed these statutes with false dates and printers information, maybe he wanted them to look original to give them an air of authenticity. The second volume contains a remarkable collection of 18 sets of statutes, and a table, covering most of the reign of Henry VIII but omitting the y … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-07-26 16:57:39
TELESIO Bernardino (1509-1588)
APUD IOSEPHUM CACCHIUM, 1570. Elegante legatura novecentesca in stile in pieno marocchino verde con, al piatto anteriore, filetti a secco e filetti in oro a formare un rettangolo e un rombo incrociati con autore e titolo brevi al centro, stessa filettatura al piatto posteriore. 7-(1b.) carte numerate, compreso il bel frontespizio con titolo, ampia marca tipografica a silografia di Truth con all'interno di ovale una donna nuda che guarda il sole di lato, in mano regge un fiore che è stato disegnato da antica mano, a destra al centro, nota di possesso "dei gi ortia"; all'interno, alcuni capolettera ornati. Prima rara edizione di questo piccolo opuscolo di filosofia naturale sui colori, un soggetto trattato anche nella parte 6 del "Varii de naturalibus". Bernardino Telesio fu un grande filosofo e scienziato cosentino che ebbe grande influenza su Giordano Bruno e sul conterraneo Campanella. Alla contrapposizione aristotelica di materia e forma, contrappose materia e forza, formata da caldo e freddo che, agendo sulla materia inerte, genera la vita. Esemplare in buone condizioni, qualche traccia di sporco, in particolare al frontespizio, lievi fioriture e ossidazioni, un piccolissimo foro di tarlo in alto della carta 3 con perdita di una lettera per fronte pagina. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-07-25 07:21:33
Bull, Henry] c. 1575?
(Henre Middleton)? [1570-72], (London]. An unrecorded copy, not in ESTC, probably the earliest known 16mo, of the important work known as "Elizabeth's Prayer Book" because it was so common during her reign. Missing the title and first few leaves of the Calendar, starts with June (July is missing). All present from then on until page 216 (Gg8). Calendar is printed in red and black, Black Letter textura almost entirely throughout except for the headers which are Italic. Text within double filet borders. In quite good condition, printing dark and crisp, a few pages have missing corners very occasionally affecting the border but not the text. The book appears to have been rebound in full leather with gilt to the spine early in its life and there did not seem to be room in this binding for missing Lidyley's Prayers but it impossible to know. The binding has been refreshed and tightened, end papers are old but probably not original. The book was dated as the earliest 16mo by a scholar of English bibliography who compared the use of Textura as well as page compression to date this copy before STC 4029.5 (1574). Collation is: (missing A1-A8), B8 (B2 missing), C8, D8, E8 (out of order), F8, G8, H8, I8, K8, L8, M8, N8, O8, P8, Q8, R8, S8, T8, U8, X8, Y8, Aa8, Bb8, Cc8, Dd8, Ee8, Ff8, Gg8. Missing Hh8 (the end of the Litany). If Lidley's Prayers were originally included, then this copy is missing Ii8-Ll8. If Lidley's Prayers were not originally included (which the bibliographer thinks quite likely), the book is only missing the one quire at the end. A very attractive unrecorded and im … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Leaf and Stone Books (nee Greekdrama) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2018-07-23 07:44:35
CASAS, Christoval de las
En La Casa de Alonso., Sevilla, 1570. 8vo, (12), 248, pp, with one printed device in the colofon, bound in contemporary full vellum, blind frame on the boards, inked title on spine, red edges, fresh copy in nice condition. First edition of the second Spanish vocabulary, after that of Antonio de Nebrija. Cristóbal de las Casas (Sevilla, c., 1530-1576) was a humanist, lexicographer and translator from Seville Renaissance. His work was highly praised by Miguel de Cervantes, in his Journey to Sannio (book V). Fernando de Herrea also dedicated a beautiful lyric letter. As a translator, he poured Spanish wonderful things of the world, by Cayo Julio Solino. His editor was the Sevillian Alonso Escrivano, and his work was marketed Francisco de Aguilar, "merchant of books." He is considered the precursor of bilingual dictionaries in Spain [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Chaco 4ever Books [CABA, BS AS, Argentina]
2018-07-12 06:35:21
FERENTILLI, Agostino (nato a Terni).
In Vinetia, appresso Gabriel Giolito di Ferrarii, 1570. Opera completa in due parti, ciascuna con proprio frontespizio, editorialmente in unico volume, in-4° antico (cm. 20,7x14,8), pp. (16), 244 + (56) con 10 XILOGRAFIE (di cm. 10,7x6,4 circa) e 56 pregevoli CAPILETTERA figurati (di cm. 3,6x3,6 circa). Legatura settecentesca in cartone ricoperto di carta decorata (interno staccato alla cerniera posteriore). Tracce da tarli alle piegature dei fogli, piccola gora marginale delle prime 7 carte lontano dallo stampato, 3 firme antiche d'appartenenza e lievi ombre al primo front. e una firma ripetuta alla sguardia anteriore. Ecco il titolo integrale: "DISCORSO UNIVERSALE, nel quale, discorrendosi per le sei età et le quattro monarchie, si raccontano tutte l'historie & l'origine di tutti gl'imperij, regni & nationi, cominciando dal principio del mondo, sino all'anno MDLXIX. Nel fine del quale si mostra con diligente calcolo de' tempi, quanto habbia da durare il presente secolo, seguitando in ciò l'opinione di Elia Rabino & di Lattantio Firmiano". Al primo front. bella marca editoriale dell'Araba Fenice (coi motti "De la mia morte eterna vita io vivo", "Semper eadem"). La metà inferiore del secondo front., che recava la stessa marca editoriale, fu asportata e reintegrata già in antico con altra fenice giolitina. A p. 244 curioso calcolo che fissa la fine del mondo al 2001: "deve havere a durare sei mila anni" e "mancano al compimento CCCCXXXI" (ma le due frasi qui sono censurate con inchiostro antico e furono rimosse dopo l'ed. del 1572). Alla stessa pagina una nota a penna e una … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Le Colonne [IT]
2018-07-11 07:57:43
Giacomo Paulini
1570. [scaffale Q] In-4° oblungo; 20 tavole. Rara ed elegante suite completa con le venti lettere dell'alfabeto incise da I. Paulini. In pieno stile manierista, le maiuscole formate da figure di uomini, donne e satiri, campeggiano in ameni paesaggi finemente dettagliati, in cui si aprono scene tratte dalla mitologia classica, riassunte da un titolo che ha per iniziale la lettera rappresentata. Cornici architettoniche animate da grottesche, personaggi, animali e eclettici motivi ornamentali inquadrano le lettere. Unica edizione, esemplare completo a quanto risulta dalle fonti da noi consultate.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2018-07-08 06:38:57
FERENTILLI Agostino (nato a Terni).
In Vinetia, appresso Gabriel Giolito di Ferrarii, 1570. Opera completa delle due parti editorialmente in unico volume, ciascuna con proprio frontespizio. In-4° antico (cm. 20,7x14,8), pp. (16), 244; (56) con 10 XILOGRAFIE (di cm. 10,7x6,4 circa) e 56 pregevoli CAPILETTERA figurati (di cm. 3,6x3,6 circa). Legatura settecentesca in cartone ricoperto di carta decorata (interno staccato alla cerniera posteriore). Tracce da tarli alle piegature dei fogli, piccola gora marginale delle prime 7 carte lontano dallo stampato, 3 firme antiche d'appartenenza e lievi ombre al primo front. e una firma ripetuta alla sguardia anteriore. Ecco il titolo integrale: "DISCORSO UNIVERSALE, nel quale, discorrendosi per le sei età, et le quattro monarchie; si raccontano tutte l'historie & l'origine di tutti gl'imperij, regni & nationi, cominciando dal principio del mondo, sino all'anno MDLXIX. Nel fine del quale si mostra con diligente calcolo de' tempi, quanto habbia da durare il presente secolo, seguitando in ciò l'opinione di Elia Rabino, & di Lattantio Firmiano. Al primo front. bella marca editoriale dell'Araba Fenice (coi motti "De la mia morte eterna vita io vivo", "Semper eadem"). La metà inferiore del secondo front., che recava la stessa marca editoriale, fu asportata e reintegrata già in antico con altra fenice giolitina. A p. 244 curioso calcolo che fissa la fine del mondo al 2001: "deve "havere a durare sei mila anni" e "mancano al compimento CCCCXXXI (ma le due frasi qui sono censurate con inchiostro antico e furono rimosse dopo l'ed. del 1572). Alla stessa pagina una nota a penna e un … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Le Colonne [IT]
2018-07-08 01:48:53
Pope Boniface VIII
Charlotte Guilliard. Two 16th century works bound together. Pope Boniface VIII. Sextus Decretalium Liber, Per Bonifacium octavum pontificem in concilio Lugdunensi æditus: .... Paris: Ex officina Carolæ Guillard, via ad divum Iacobum, sub Sole aureo, 1541. Pope Boniface claims authority over King Phillip of France. This is the work of famous female printer Charlotte Guillard. (bound after) Pope Gregory IX. Epistolæ Decretales Summorum Pontificum, A Gregorio nono Pontifice Maximo collectæ. Antwerp: Christopher Plantin, 1570. Pope Gregory emphasis his power over the Universal Church. Octavo. Two works in one volume. 911 pages; Thick vellum, warped and soiled, lacking ties, chipped manuscript paper title label at head of spine, lower front joint split exposing spine. Textblock trimmed and swollen. Title page soiled, pen marks, holograph writing, paper loss affecting text on both sides; hole and track from biopredation in inner margin of pages 17- 65, not affecting text; old inscription on Guillard title page, scored; holograph notes and drawings in margins, pages dampstained, cockled and soiled. Free shipping.
Bookseller: thegeorgiabookscout [Douglasville, Georgia, US]
2018-07-04 06:30:53
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]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-07-04 06:30:53
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: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-07-03 07:37:01
ALAMANNI, Luigi
nella stamperia di Filippo Giunti, e fratelli, In Firenze, 1570. In 4º, pp. [8], 325, [3]. Con il ritratto calcografico dell’autore a c. A4v. Marca tipografica Giuntina incisa sul frontespizio e sull’ultima carta. Leg. piena pergamena semifloscia. Poema cavalleresco composto sulla falsariga dell’Iliade di Omero, ma con soggetto e ambientazioni Arturiane. Intitolata Avarchide da Avaricum, l'odierna Bourges in Francia, descrive l'assedio di questa città, capitale del Berry, dove si immagina nel 500 d.C. un conflitto tra i Celti cristiani e i Germani pagani; per l'elemento romanzesco il poema si ispira al Lancelot du Lac. Alamanni dedicò gli ultimi anni della sua vita a quest’opera. Disperando di non riuscire a terminare la revisione del testo, pregò il figlio Battista di pubblicarla dopo la sua morte. Prima Edizione a cura di Battista Alamanni, autore della dedica a Margherita di Francia, duchessa di Savoia e Berri. Cfr. Gamba, 20; Haym, p. 197; Melzi-Tosi, p. 9. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Atlantis (ALAI-ILAB) [Torino, Italy]
2018-06-24 03:36:09
ANONYME
- Joannes Stelcius, Antverpiae (Anvers) 1570, in-16 (6,5x11cm), (12f.) 319ff., relié. - Nuova edizione della Bibbia, con il privilegio sul retro del frontespizio del 20 gennaio 1558. A cura di Johannes Hentenius. il marchio di stampanti in frontespizio. Bound in piena marocco XVII rosso. Torna liscio decorato con quattro pinnacoli, con la supervisione di ferri da stiro a piccoli punti. titoli dorato. riccamente decorato rettangolo piatto con un medaglione centrale e scorre nei pennacchi; angolari e molteplici reti di coaching. bordi dorati. protezione della coda annerito con 2 piccoli wormholes. Attrito. Copia leggermente deformato. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition de cette bible, portant le privilège au verso de la page de titre du 20 janvier 1558. Préface de Johannes Hentenius, et sans doute établissement du texte. Marque de l'imprimeur en page de titre. Lettrines. Colophon au verso du dernier feuillet : Excudebat Antverpiae Amatus Tavernerius, anno M.D. LXIX. Le texte se trouve dans la version de la Vulgate de la très célèbre édition de Louvain de 1547 ; Charles Quint avait en effet expréssément demandé une nouvelle version plus correcte de la Bible et celle-ci fut faite d'après les textes grecs, araméens et hébreux. Cet Ancien Testament comprend le Pentateuque : Genèse, Exode, Lévitique, Livre des nombres, Deuteronome, et Josué ainsi que le Livre des juges et Ruth. Tous les autres textes ont été exclus de cette édition : soit Livre de Job, Psaumes, Proverbes, Ecclésiaste, Cantique des Cantiques, Sagesse de Salomon, Ecclésiastique, mais également les prophète … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
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2018-06-21 14:42:08
Damhouder, Josse de [Jodocus]; Jost de Damhouder
1570. Antwerp, 1570. 70 large woodcut illustrations. Classic Illustrated 16th-Century Treatise on Criminal Law Damhouder, Josse (Joost) de [1507-1581]. Praxis Rerum Criminalium: Praetoribus, Propraetoribus, Consulibus, Proconsulibus, Magistratibus, Reliquisque id Genus Iustitiariis ac Officiaiis, Apprime Utilis & Necessaria. Antwerp: Ioannem Bellerum, 1570. [xxxii], 508, [64] pp. Latin text printed in double columns. 70 large woodcuts in text. 68 depict criminal acts, 2 depict types of torture. Large armorial woodcuts at beginning and end of book. Quarto (8-1/2" x 6-1/2"). Contemporary limp vellum with yapp edges, early hand-lettered title to spine, ties lacking. Light soiling, somewhat heavier to spine, a few minor stains, moderate wear to extremities, wear to bottom edge and corner of front cover with some loss, front pastedown loose and worn, rear pastedown loose, recent owner bookplate to front free endpaper, minor, gradually diminishing dog-earing to lower corners of first 16 leaves. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, occasional, and negligible, minor dampstaining to bottom edge of text block, faint inkstains to a few leaves. An appealing copy. $3,500. * First published in 1554, this was the first comprehensive study of criminal procedure published in northern Europe. A synthetic work drawn mostly from Roman-Dutch sources, it was based on Philip Wielant's Practycke Crimineele (c.1510) and other earlier treatises. Published in Latin, Dutch and French, it was standard authority throughout the continent for many years. This Belgium edition from 1570 is i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-06-21 10:44:50
CICERONIS, MARCI TULLII.
Ex Bibliotheca Aldina, Venezia 1570. In 8vo, pp. 152, (6 di indici e registro), doppia marca tipografica dell'ancora aldina con delfino, impressa al front. e all'ultimo foglio bianco, leg. in tutta pergamena. Composta in breve tempo, dall'ottobre al dicembre del 44 a. C., durante gli spostamenti tra Roma, Pozzuoli e Arpino, causati dalla lotta contro Antonio, il "De Officis" fu l'ultima opera di Cicerone. Strutturato come un trattato di etica pratica legata all'azione politico - sociale, diviso in in tre libri e scritto in forma di lettera al figlio Marcus (e non in forma di dialogo come avviene in molti altri suoi scritti), in esso Cicerone espone la sua concezione sul miglior modo di vivere, comportarsi, e osservare quei doveri morali ai quali ogni uomo deve attenersi in quanto membro dello stato. L' "Officium" di Cicerone, pur avendo un fondamento filosofico, è in vero un concetto prettamente politico, e infatti già nel titolo del trattato è implicita tutta la sua valenza politica: risponde alla volontà di indicare l'azione adeguata a un determinato ruolo e fa riferimento, in generale, agli atteggiamenti della vita pratica. In una lettera ad Attico l'autore scrive: "Perché dubiti che il termine si attagli perfettamente anche alla vita pubblica? Non parliamo forse di officium dei consoli, del senato, di un generale?". Antiche e brevi annotazioni a margine del testo. Legatura non distesa con usuali difetti del tempo, fogli di guardia, front. e ultima carta (recante arca ma incollata al contropiatto) con una leggera patina di sporco, un paio di forellini di tarlo al margine … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte Galleria Kúpros [IT]
2018-06-18 19:41:02
Kaerius Pieter (1570 - 1630)
Artist: Kaerius Pieter ( - 1630); issued in: Amsterdam; date: ca 1628. - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 42 x 55; - description: map of Bohemia - vita of the artist: Pieter van den Keere, or Petrus Kaerius (1570-1630)He was born in Ghent, and in 1584 moved with his family for religious reasons to London. From his time in England there is a map of Ireland from 1592, Hyberniae novissima descriptio. It was published by Hondius and served as a model for later editions of the Theatrum of Abraham Ortelius. Keere also contributed to John Norden's Speculum Britanniae of 1593.He also worked with Petrus Bertius, Cornelis Claesz, Petrus Plancius, the House of Visscher, and Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer. In 1595, there appeared a large wall map of Europe in 10 sheets, Nova totius Europae descriptio.From 1603, Keere began creating large urban panoramas, including Utrecht, Cologne, Amsterdam, and Paris. Around 1604, he was preparing the publication of the atlas Germania Inferior id est Provincuarum XVII. This first appeared in 1617, with a foreword by Petrus Montanus.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-17 08:30:06
SANSOVINO FRANCESCO
HEREDI DI MRCHIO SESSA VENEZIA, 1570. Vol. in 24° (mm 150 x 95), cc. 7 n.n. + 158, frontespizio con marca tipografica in xilografia, iniziali e fregi in xilografia; 4 xilografie a piena pagina raffiguranti stemmi di ordini cavallereschi. Fori di tarlo con perdita di testo nel frontespizio e nella prima carta, vecchie note e sottolineature a penna nel testo, la xilografia a c. 82 ripresa in antico a china, manca la c. 87, dovrebbe mancare una quinta xilografia di stemmi e il ritratto del Sansovino, errore di numerazione dopo c. 44 si passa a c. 47 e subito a c. 56 ma il testo è continuo. Copia abbastanza buona.
Bookseller: Hobbylibri [IT]
2018-06-14 15:45:04
[Sebaldus Mayer, Dilingae], 1570. Quarto. Title in red; fleuron, rule, and date in black, text printed in red and black throughout, with musical staves printed in red; Finely printed on heavy paper. )( )( 4, A-I4 K-U4 X-Z4 a-i4 k-o4 [o4 is a blank] (*3). Quite scarce liturgical text with much musical notations. WorldCat lists only one copy of this edition, at the Zentral- und Hochschulbibliothek Luzern StandortSempacherstrasse in Lucerne, Switzerland. Karl Young noted also that there were copies also at the British Library and the Quarr Abbey Library on the Isle of Wight. In honor of Cardinal Marcus Siticus whose uncle Pope Pius IV had made him a cardinal deacon before his formal appointment and becoming a chief legate to the Council of Trent. Bound in blind stamped alum-tawed pigskin over wooden boards, finely rebacked and recornered in calf, raised bands with original pigskin spine laid down, two fine, functional and early metal clasps that seem to have replaced the originals. Very nice.
Bookseller: Alcuin Books [USA]
2018-06-06 09:12:02
ZIMMERMANN, Heinrich.
Beddie 1570; Forbes 154; Howes 11435; Strathern, Navigations 631 (vii); cf. Holmes 40 (first German ed.). Extremely rare second Russian edition, revised and augmented, of Heinrich Zimmermann's valuable account of Cook's third and final voyage, with a description of Cook's death at Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii. Zimmermann's account is followed by articles on Tahiti, a life of James Cook, and an essay on America in general, abridged from the Akademicheskiia izviestiia for 1781 and not included in the first Russian edition of 1786. Though Cook famously discovered Hawaii during his third voyage, Russian interest centred on his explorations of the American Northwest coast, where Russian fur traders had tried to establish permanent posts since the 1770's. Indeed, the first permanent Russian settlement was established only four years prior to the present publication.Zimmermann's account was first published in Germany in 1781; it was the earliest account of Cook's final voyage to appear on the continent. It has an "ingenuousness and charm which differentiates it from the other accounts. His appreciation of Cook's character deserves to rank with that of Samwell" (Holmes). Foot of title-page with owner's entry (in Russian), back of title-page with stamp of the Russian book collector V.A. Krylov, last page and flyleaf with owner's stamps. Inner front hinge cracked, some smudges, binding chafed, spine damaged at head and foot, some wormholes. Overall a very good copy of an extremely rare Russian edition of Zimmerman's account.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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2018-05-18 22:00:28
Roseo da Fabriano, Mambrino (comp.)
Appresso Francesco Ziletti.Venecia, 1570. Italiano. Encuadernación en pergamino original antigua. 15x10 cm. Incluye Vita di Alessandro Magno descritta da Plutarco.Anotaciones al margen de época. Estado de conservación Bueno.Capitales y viñetas. Cortes decorados. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: LLIBRERIA RODES [BARCELONA, Spain]
2018-05-09 09:20:22
Ulloa Alfonso de
In Venetia, appresso Bolognino Zaltieri, 1570. 4°, mm 205x155, pp. 16, 99, 1, legatura coeva in pergamena floscia, titolo manoscritto al corso, pergamena un poco sofferta, quasi slegata dal corpo del volume, impresa tipografica di Bolognino Zaltieri al frontespizio, dedica "All'illustre Signore il Conte Giulio Capra", bei capilettera istoriati; eccetto una gora al margine alto del frontespizio che segue lievemente anche nelle carte di dedica e di indice, esemplare in buono stato di conservazione, ex libris nobiliare Biblioteca Sommi Picenardi al contro-piatto. Seconda edizione italiana di questo importante resoconto della ribellione dei Paesi Bassi contro la Spagna e della terribile disfatta di Guglielmo d'Orange ad opera del Duca d'Alva. La prima tradizione italiana venne pubblicata  l'anno precedente a Torino presso Johann Criegher mentre la princeps a Venezia in spagnolo nel 1568. Palau, VII, 83. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Spalavera [Verbania, Italy]
2018-04-27 06:36:51
Stazio (Statius Publius Papinius), Erasmo di Valvasone
Franceschi Francesco, de'. 4° [cm. 20,5 × 14,5]; ff. 1 di guardia" 4 n.n. + 160. Gamba 1719: lodata traduzione di Stazio pubblicata in Venezia Franceschi 1570 in 4.° . Capilettera incisi a ogni libro. Cuciti male i ff. 91-94 e 137-144. Strappo al quarto f. n.n. e al f. 153. Testo su due colonne al termine di ciascun libro le annotazioni di Pietro Targa disposte a piena pagina. Segnalibro in stoffa rosso. Leg. sette/ottocentesca in perg. rigida con cartellino in pelle sul dorso e titoli in oro. Toccato dai tarli il margine superiore fino al f. 6. Tagliata la metà inferiore di f. 160 restaurato incollandolo su uno bianco prima della rilegatura. Venezia Franceschi Francesco de' 1570
Bookseller: Casa Editrice Salerno Editrice Srl [IT]
2018-04-26 00:46:51
ZIMMERMANN, Heinrich.
Beddie 1570; Forbes 154; Howes 11435; Strathern, Navigations 631 (vii); cf. Holmes 40 (first German ed.). Extremely rare second Russian edition, revised and augmented, of Heinrich Zimmermann's valuable account of Cook's third and final voyage, with a description of Cook's death at Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii. Zimmermann's account is followed by articles on Tahiti, a life of James Cook, and an essay on America in general, abridged from the Akademicheskiia izviestiia for 1781 and not included in the first Russian edition of 1786. Though Cook famously discovered Hawaii during his third voyage, Russian interest centred on his explorations of the American Northwest coast, where Russian fur traders had tried to establish permanent posts since the 1770's. Indeed, the first permanent Russian settlement was established only four years prior to the present publication.Zimmermann's account was first published in Germany in 1781; it was the earliest account of Cook's final voyage to appear on the continent. It has an "ingenuousness and charm which differentiates it from the other accounts. His appreciation of Cook's character deserves to rank with that of Samwell" (Holmes). Foot of title-page with owner's entry (in Russian), back of title-page with stamp of the Russian book collector V.A. Krylov, last page and flyleaf with owner's stamps. Inner front hinge cracked, some smudges, binding chafed, spine damaged at head and foot, some wormholes. Overall a very good copy of an extremely rare Russian edition of Zimmerman's account.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-04-21 00:03:29
CICERONIS, MARCI TULLII.
Ex Bibliotheca Aldina, Venezia 1570. In 8vo, pp. 152, (6 di indici e registro), doppia marca tipografica dell’ancora aldina con delfino, impressa al front. e all’ultimo foglio bianco, leg. in tutta pergamena. Composta in breve tempo, dall'ottobre al dicembre del 44 a. C., durante gli spostamenti tra Roma, Pozzuoli e Arpino, causati dalla lotta contro Antonio, il "De Officis" fu l'ultima opera di Cicerone. Strutturato come un trattato di etica pratica legata all'azione politico – sociale, diviso in in tre libri e scritto in forma di lettera al figlio Marcus (e non in forma di dialogo come avviene in molti altri suoi scritti), in esso Cicerone espone la sua concezione sul miglior modo di vivere, comportarsi, e osservare quei doveri morali ai quali ogni uomo deve attenersi in quanto membro dello stato. L' "Officium" di Cicerone, pur avendo un fondamento filosofico, è in vero un concetto prettamente politico, e infatti già nel titolo del trattato è implicita tutta la sua valenza politica: risponde alla volontà di indicare l'azione adeguata a un determinato ruolo e fa riferimento, in generale, agli atteggiamenti della vita pratica. In una lettera ad Attico l'autore scrive: "Perché dubiti che il termine si attagli perfettamente anche alla vita pubblica? Non parliamo forse di officium dei consoli, del senato, di un generale?". Antiche e brevi annotazioni a margine del testo. Legatura non distesa con usuali difetti del tempo, fogli di guardia, front. e ultima carta (recante arca ma incollata al contropiatto) con una leggera patina di sporco, un paio di forellini di tarlo al margine … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: BOTTEGHINA D'ARTE GALLERIA KÚPROS [Rosignano Solvay, LI, Italy]
2018-04-20 20:29:28
Braeckle, Jacques de
No place, c. 4to (210 x 135 mm). French manuscript on paper. 90 ff. Flemish Bastarda in black ink, 26 lines. Bound with 16 strictly contemporary specimens of Turkish marbled paper, a series of 28 watercolours, heightened in gilt and two extensive, early 19th century manuscript additions (complete transcript of the the travelogue and a biography of the author). Slightly later vellum with ms. title. Unique, fascinating and unpublished manuscript containing the account of a diplomatic journey to the Ottoman Empire in 1570. Braeckle (1540-71), a Flemish physician, "assisted Charles Rym Baron de Bellem, Ambassador of Maximilian II in Constantinople, probably as a secretary. He wrote an account of his journey, which contains interesting details about the places he visited, the manners and customs of the inhabitants, incidents, etc." (Aug. Vander Meersch, in: Belgian National Biography II, 903). Leaving Prague on 13 March 1570, the mission passed through Vienna and then Hungary and Czechoslovakia before entering Ottoman territory, visiting the mosques and caravanserais of Sokollu Mehmed Pasha (c. 1505-79), Grand Vizier of Sultan Selim II (1524-74) who ruled the Turks at the time of Rym's and Braeckle's journey. Their stay in Constantinople lasted from 31 May to 12 August 1570, permitting the author to describe several monuments and works of art. During the journey back they travelled through Bulgaria, Serbia (they were held in Belgrade for nearly a month), and Hungary. The mission ended with their return to Germany on 23 October 1570. Jacques de Braeckle died shortly afterwards, i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
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