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2014-02-17 01:05:57
Dedekind, Friedrich:
(Franckfort, Egenolff), 1572. 247 (recte 248) Bl. mit einem Titelholzschnitt (im Text dreimal wiederholt) Titelblatt leicht gedunkelt, guter fleckenfreier Zustand, letztes nummeriertes Bl. mit handschriftlicher Korrektur 248 (Bleistift) Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1500 16 cm, geprägter Pergamenteinbandmit handschriftlichen Rückentitel 2. Auflage der Übersetzung von Wendelin Helbach. (Goedeke II, 456,4).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Rump [Münster, Germany]
2014-02-15 19:09:04
. Vienna Austriae Metropolis, Urbs Toto Orbe Notissima Celebratissima...Kupferstich aus Braun u. Hogenberg "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" Köln 1572 ff. 15 x 47,5 cm - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Nebehay-W. 108 / 42 a
Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Johannes Müller
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2014-02-15 19:09:04
Georg Braun - Frans Hogenberg
1572 oder später. Kupferstich, Darstellung: 47,5 x 15 cm. Gesamtansicht aus 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum'. Leicht gebräunt, unten knapp beschnitten mit kleinem Einriss im Rand. Winziges Loch (Papierfehler) in der Kartusche. Nebehay / Wagner 108, Band 1, 42a. view of Vienna from 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum'. Slightly age toned, narrow lower margin with a short tear, a tiny hole in the cartouche. Nebehay / Wagner 108, Band 1, 42a.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor
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2014-02-15 19:09:04
"Vienna Austriae Metropolis ... contra saevissimum Turcam invicxtum propugnaculum / Buda, vulgo Ofen, prima & regia Ungarici civitas...".-
Köln 1572 ff.. Ca. 31 x 46 cm.. Nebehay-W. 108 I, 42.- Die zwei dekorativen Gesamtansichten von Wien (mit genauen Gebäudebezeichnungen) und Budapest auf einem Blatt. Die Ansicht von Wien in kräftigem Abzug. Die Ansicht von Budapest durch einen Fehler in der Kupferplatte in der linken unteren Ecke mit kleiner Fehlstelle in der Darstellung. In der Mitte der Darstellung ebenfalls kleine Fehlstelle (diese alt hinterlegt).- Text verso in Französisch. Leicht gebräunt, in den Rändern (tls. auch etw. in die Darstellung reichend) braunfleckig. Mittelfalz.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Meindl & Sulzmann OG
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2014-02-15 19:09:04
. Vienna Austriae Metropolis,... Buda, vulgo Ofen,... 2 Kupferstich - Ansichten auf 1 Bl. aus Braun u Hogenberg "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" Köln 1572 ff. 31 x 47 cm - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Nebehay-W. 108 / 42
Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Johannes Müller
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2014-02-14 17:41:52
Frankfurt a.M., Oporinus, Johann (Nachfolger): Schmidt, Peter, 1572.. 4°. (8) Bl., 855 S., (14) Bl. (Register). Mit 1 Holzschnitttitelvignette. Späterer Halblederband mit Rückenschild.. VD16 E4291. - VD16 H929. - VD16 S7114. - Drei Werke in einem Band. - Titelblatt mit alten handschr. Bestizereinträgen. Papier durchgehend leicht gebräunt und vereinzelt stockfleckig. Der Schnitt angestaubt. Einband stärker berieben und bestossen. Rücken mit Fehlstellen. Beide Kapitalbänder fehlen.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz
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2014-02-13 01:34:55
Braun und Hogenberg.
Köln, 1572.. Altkolorierter Kupferstich. 34,5 x 46. Gerahmt (Berliner echt silber, z.T handpoliert, goldgefirnißt, 2xverziert). Ränder tlw. hinterlegt.. Georg Braun, (gest. 1622). Hrsg. u. Autor desTextes zu "Civitates orbis terrarum" gemeinsam mit Hogenberg, Frans (*vor1540 Mecheln - um 1590 Köln). Maler und Kupferstecher Bibl. Erfurtina 428/8.
Bookseller: Altstadt Antiquariat Beata Bode
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2014-02-13 01:34:55
Georg Braun - Frans Hogenberg
1572. Kupferstich, Blatt: 52,5 x 40,5 cm, Darstellung: 46,5 x 30,5 cm. Ansichten von München, Freising, Nördlingen, Staubing und Regensburg auf einem Blatt. Äusserst seltener Zustand mit 5 statt 6 Ansichten und verwechselten Titeln der unteren Ansichten, aus der ersten Ausgabe von 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum' gedruckt 1572. Leicht fleckig in der Darstellung links unten und im Rand, alt hinterlegter winziger Riss in der Falte, insgesamt gut erhalten. Verso lat. Text. Views of Munich, Freising, Noerdlingen, Staubing and Regensburg on one sheet. Extremly rare first state with a blank space in the upper right corner and with mixed titles of the lower views, corrected in the second state. Published only in the first edition of 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum' in 1572. Slightly stained in the lower left view and in white margins, short old repaired tear in the fold, in general in a good condition. Verso Latin text without page number.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor
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2014-02-13 01:34:55
Braun/ Hogenberg.
1572.. Kupferstich. 34,5x46.. Georg Braun, (gest. 1622). Hrsg. u. Autor desTextes zu "Civitates orbis terrarum" gemeinsam mit Hogenberg, Frans (*vor1540 Mecheln - um 1590 Köln). Maler und Kupferstecher Bibl. Erfurtina S. 428/8
Bookseller: Altstadt Antiquariat Beata Bode
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2014-02-13 01:34:55
Prag, Praha, Eger, Cheb, Bohemica, Böhmen, Tschechien, Braun Hogenberg -:
Köln, Braun und Hogenberg, 1572.. ca. 33 x 47 cm (Bild), 40,5 x 52 cm (Blatt). 1 Doppelblatt verso lateinischer Text. Intaktes Doppelblatt mit zwei Gesamtansichten aus halber Vogelschau von Prag und Eger aus Braun-Hogenberg : "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" mit Titelkartuschen: "Praga, Bohemiae Metropolis Accvratissime Expressa." und "Egra urbs a fluvio...". - Gut erhalten, Mittelfalte, nur in der unteren Ansicht zwei unbedeutende Flecken; leuchtendes Altkolorit.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek
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2014-02-13 01:34:55
Braun/Hogenberg "Civitates ...."
Granada, ,1572. Granada,Spain,anno 1572,Braun/Hogenberg,old colours Etching, edited by Braun/Hogenberg, Civitates orbis terrarum, latin edition, part I, anno 1572, old coloured, mounted behind passepartout. size: 46 x 62 cm., and 32 x 51 cm.. Centerfold partly restored, good condition.
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat
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2014-02-12 22:42:08
Mizauld (Mizaldus), Antoine.
Köln, Birckmann, 1572.. (13,5 x 7,5 cm). 54 (2w) 245 Bll. Blindgeprägter Lederband der Zeit.. Sehr seltene erste Kölner Ausgabe des 1566 erstmals in Paris erschienenen Werkes. Es enthält Beiträge über Astronomie, Astrologie, Kosmetik, Gartenkunst, Medizin und über Heilmittel. Von besonderem Interesse ist, dass hier erstmals chemische Texte von griechischen Autoren wie z.B. Democrit und Synesius in lateinischer Sprache veröffentlicht werden. In dieser Kölner Ausgabe ist zudem das Vorwort des Verfassers durch das des Verlegers ersetzt. - Vorsätze leicht fleckig. Ohne das letzte weiße Blatt am Schluss. Einband etwas berieben und bestoßen. Unteres Kapital mit Wurmspuren. Ohne die Bandschließen. Insgesamt nahezu fleckenfrei und gut erhalten. - Ferguson, Book of Secrets IV, 6 (ausführlich); Durling 3187; Wellcome I, 4363 (unvollständig); Brüning 449; VD16 M5694; vgl. Duveen 407 (Ausgabe von 1574) There were two editions printed in Cologne in 1572 and 1573. "These are of such excessive rarity that the edition of 1572 is mentioned only by one or two writers, and its very existence has been doubted.... The special interest of these editions lies in their being possibly the first in which the Latin translations of the chemical writings of Democritus and Synesius, and some other Greek authors, made their appearance" (Ferguson, Secrets). - Without final blank. A fresh copy in contemporary blindstamped calf, slightly worn, ties lacking
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber
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2014-02-11 06:47:50
Italien.-
1572. . Zeigt in 6 einzelnen Darstellungen die Inseln: Sardinien, Sizilien, Korfu, Zerbi, Elba, Malta.- Karte insgesamt gebräunt.- Im Aussenrand fleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm
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2014-02-10 12:47:25
Manutius, Paulus. -.
Venedig, [Aldus Manutius], 1572.. Titel mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke, 808 S., 30 Bll. Mit 2 Vign. Kl.-8vo. Flexibles Pgt. d. Zt. auf 2 Bünden.. Einband beschäd./unvollständig und lose; innen stellenw. wasserrandig, einige Bll. mit kl. Randläsuren. - Kommentar zu den 16 Büchern des Cicero an den Freund Titus Pomponius Atticus (109-32 v.Chr.) sowie Manutius' Scholien zur Vita des Atticus von Cornelius Nepos. - Paulus Manutius (Paolo Manuzio) (1512-1574), Sohn des Venediger Verlegers Buchdruckers Aldus Manutius d. Ä. u. dessen Nachfolger, "verstand die Lateinische Sprache nach ihrer Reinigkeit und Zierde aus dem Grunde, und war mit der Feder sehr geschickt", besonders seine Ausgaben des Cicero wurden von den Zeitgenossen hochgeschätzt (Jöcher, Comp. Gelehrten-Lex., Tl. 2, Sp. 45). Als er 1561 zum Leiter der Päpstlichen Buchdruckerei im Vatikan ernannt wurde, übernahm sein Sohn Aldus (d. J.) die Offizin in Venedig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Pabel
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2014-02-09 21:56:36
Alchemie - Thurneisser, Leonhardt.
Frankfurt/Oder, J. Eichorn, 1572.. Mit 2 wiederholten Holzschnitt-Bordüren (eine als Einfassung des typographischen Titels, eine mit Porträt-Holzschnitt in der Mitte) und etlichen kleinen Textholzschnitten. 10 Blatt, 420 Seiten, 27 Blatt. 30 x 19 cm. Perfekt restaurierter Lederband im Stil der Zeit mit altem Material, mit Rückenschild, reicher Rücken- und Deckelgoldprägung, Innenkantenvergoldung. Im Pappschuber.. Erste Ausgabe. VD 16 T 1206. - Thurneisser gibt er einen Überblick über die bekannten Thermalquellen und formuliert erstmals quantitative Methoden zur Analyse der Wässer. Zudem beschreibt er ganz im Stile der Signaturenlehre die medizinische Kraft der neben den Gewässern wachsenden Pflanzen und Kräuter. - Die geplanten drei Ergänzungsbände sind nicht mehr erschienen. - Titel etwas knapp beschnitten, ein Blatt mit kleinem Loch, etwas Buchstabenverlust, leicht gebräunt. Mit einigen Annotationen eines kenntnisreichen Lesers aus der Zeit. Bemerkenswert gut erhaltenes, schönes Exemplar in einem prächtigen Einband. - First edition. Thurneisser gives an overall view of the known thermal springs and formulates for the first time quantitative methods for the analysis of waters. According to the style of the doctrine of signatures he also describes the medicinal power of plants and herbs growing next to lakes and rivers. Slightly browned, partly a little closely trimmed, generally well preserved and in a professionally restored leather binding in the style of the period.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Mertens & Pomplun
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2014-02-09 20:46:40
Braun/Hogenberg "Civitates ...."
Toledo+Valladolid, ,1572. Etching, edited by Braun Hogenberg, in Civitates Orbiss Terrarum, latin edition, part I, anno 1572. Size of the leaf: 40x54 cm...
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat
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2014-02-08 19:10:23
[Köln] 1572.. Altkolor Kupfertstich aus: Braun und Hogenberg, "Civitates Orbis Terrarum", Bd. 1. 11,5 x 48,5 cm. Unter Passep. Bugfalte.. Fauser 12945
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
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2014-02-08 00:24:23
Maximilian II. der Andere, Kaiser des Heiligen Römisches Reiches, Erzherzog von Österreich, König von Böhmen, Ungarn und Kroatien (1527-1576):
[Prag] s.i. [1572].. Einblattdruck (31 x 42 cm), (1) S. mit Schmuckinitiale. oben und unten mit geringem Textverlust alt beschnitten, verlorener Text in geschweiften Klammern, minimal fleckig, sonst schönes, repräsentatives Exemplar - zum Zeitpunkt der Recherche in keinem online zugänglichen Bibliothekskatalog verzeichnet - eine zeitgenössische "Copi der Kayserlichen Mayestat Mandats / die Müntzordnung betreffen / den XX. Januarij" als Digitalisat in der Staatsbibliothek München unter der Nummer BV019586303 - gedruckt unterzeichnet mit "Maximilianus.", "Vt. Jo. Bap. Weber." und "ad Mandatum Sacrae Cäsariä Maiestatis proprium. " - Mit der Verordnung versucht Maximilian, das Geldwesen zu stabilisieren. Schon 1566 hatte er versucht, den Renaissance-Euro einzuführen, doch die Landstände legen sich quer. Hochwertige Münzsorten fliessen ungehindert in die Schweiz, nach Italien und in die Niederlande ab, schlechtes Geld ("frembde böse und Inlendische geringe Müntz") überschwemmt das Heilige Römische Reich, das zwar nicht von Griechenland, aber von Dalmatien bis Burgund reicht. Die schleichende Geldentwertung läßt die Preise insbesondere für Nahrungsmittel steigen. Deshalb sollen "kein ander Silberne Müntzsorten" geduldet und "alle dergleiche Müntz verfelschung" verboten werden. Die ehrgeizige Reichsmünzpolitik scheitert aber. Schon 1573 setzt Maximilian die Verordnung außer Kraft. - sehr seltenes Dokument zur Wirtschaftsgeschichte der Renaissance
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dr. Wolfgang Rieger
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2014-01-26 22:36:17
"Hesychius, of Miletus"
Antverpiæ: Christophori Plantini. 1572. "Small, slim 8vo, pp. 48, 78; A-[gamma]8, A-E8; woodcut title page vignette, initials; 20th-century half calf over marbled boards, black gilt morocco spine label; early owner's incomplete ownership markings on fore- edge implies that this was, at one point, bound with other works; very occasional early underlining; 20th-century owner's address label fixed to back pastedown; a near fine copy. & & The second section with separate title page, ""Hesychii Milesii, illustrii cognomento, de his qui eroditionis fama claruere, Liber: Hadriano Iunio""; although presented as separate publications, these were usually sold together. Adams H-512; Voet 1323. "
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2014-01-26 22:36:17
Hesychius, of Miletus
Christophori Plantini, Antverpiæ 1572 - Small, slim 8vo, pp. 48, 78; A-[gamma]8, A-E8; woodcut title page vignette, initials; 20th-century half calf over marbled boards, black gilt morocco spine label; early owner's incomplete ownership markings on fore- edge implies that this was, at one point, bound with other works; very occasional early underlining; 20th-century owner's address label fixed to back pastedown; a near fine copy. The second section with separate title page, "Hesychii Milesii, illustrii cognomento, de his qui eroditionis fama claruere, Liber: Hadriano Iunio"; although presented as separate publications, these were usually sold together. Adams H-512; Voet 1323. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)
2013-12-09 20:34:15
DOLCE Lodovico
Gabriel Giolito De' Ferrari 1572 In-8 p. (mm. 210x150), cartonato rustico antico, tit. ms. al dorso, 8 cc.nn., 212 pp.num., grande marca tipografica al frontespizio; nelle cc. preliminari bel ritratto del Dolce al centro di una elaborata cornice architettonica figurata; ciascuno dei 25 canti del poema è molto ben illustrato nel t. da una grande composizione racchiusa in elegante bordura istoriata, come pure gli Argomenti. Testo in corsivo su due colonne, ornato da testatine, grandi capilettera figurati a vignetta e finalini. Veramente ricca e rimarchevole è tutta la parte illustrativa, inc. su legno. "Rara prima edizione postuma" di questo noto e pregiato poema epico-cavalleresco. Cfr. Bongi,II, pp. 323-324: ?E? questo un altro poema che il Dolce morendo lasciò inedito, e che venuto, o per compra o per eredità, in mano del Giolito, fu da lui pubblicato postumo, e dedicato mediante una lettera del suo giovine figliuolo Giovanni, del 1 Aprile 1572, al Principe d?Urbino. Se crediamo al Ferrario, questo sarebbe il migliore fra i poemi scritti da lui.. L?edizione del 1572 è veramente, se non rarissima, effettivamente rara; il che del resto è privilegio comune dei romanzi di cavalleria? - Adams,I, p. 361 - Bibl. Romanzi e poemi cavallereschi.., p. 35: ?Questo poema è chiamato dal Quadrio ?curioso in uno, e poco comune?? Leggerm. corto del margine super., qualche lieve traccia d?uso altrim. esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-11-21 00:00:00
CONTI Natale
4to (200 x 150mm.) [6], 301, [1]ff. italic letter throughout except foe final leaf, printer's woodcut device on title-page, large historiated woodcut initials, contemporary (?Austrian) blind-panelled pigskin, central panel filled with decorative rolls, wide outer roll-tooled borders composed of stamps of Salvator, David, SS. John and Paul with captions (225 x 22mm), spine painted over (upper joint weak, a few surface marks)Venice: (G. B. Sessa for) G. Varisco,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2013-11-13 13:04:14
LIVIUS, Titus (59 a.c. 17 d.C.)
Bookseller: Libreria Brighenti [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2013-11-12 10:16:16
Braun & Hogenberg
Europe: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. Copper engraved birds eye view of Ghent from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. Dark impression; a few light stains, mainly to blank margins; darker waterstain to upper corners. Centrefold split at lower margin with old repair, tear from lower edge into blank margin. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris Hoefnagel[1542-1600] who travelled with Ortelius through Italy and also made extensive travels through France Spain and England Followi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-12 10:16:16
Braun & Hogenberg
Europe: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. Copper engraved birds eye view of Lyon from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. Good impression; a few spots and stains to blank margins, but well away from image; centrefold split from lower edge in to plate [14cm in total]. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris Hoefnagel[1542-1600] who travelled with Ortelius through Italy and also made extensive travels through France Spain and England Following the death of Frans Hogenberg the plates … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-12 10:16:16
Braun & Hogenberg
Asia & Australasia: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. 4 copper engraved views of Portuguese ports and trading cities in India and Africa from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. The views are of Calicut in South West India, Ormuz on the Straits of Hormuz, : Kannur in Kerala, India; and the Portuguese fort of St George at Mina, now Elmina in Ghana. Good impression; some staining staining. light extensive waterstain to upper view of calicut. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-12 10:16:16
Braun & Hogenberg
Europe: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. !3 copper engraved views of theof the original 13 Cantons of the Swiss confederacy from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. 13 views on 1 plate. The views are: Suicia- Schwytz; Sylvania- Underwalden; Tugium-Zug; Glarona- Glaris; Basilea- Basell; Tygurum-Zurich; Civitas Ursina-Bern; Lucerna-Lucern; Ursella-Uri; Fiburgum- Fryburg; Civitas Soluterensis -Solothurn; Shaphusia- Schaffhussen; Appencella- Appenzell. Each gives the date of joining the confederacy. Good impression; a few light stains, mainly to blank margins; tear at lower centre fold [4cm]; red ink doodle to right margin. View of Basle with full old colour; Glaris and Zurich with old colour to roofs. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-12 10:16:16
Braun & Hogenberg
Europe: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. 4 copper engraved views of the cities of Nuremberg, Ulm, Lindau & Saltzburg from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. 4 views on1 plate. Good impression; occasional spotting & a few light stains, mainly to blank margins. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris Hoefnagel[1542-1600] who travelled with Ortelius through Italy and also made extensive travels through France Spain and England Following the death of Frans Hogenberg the plates were … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-12 10:16:16
Braun & Hogenberg
Europe: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. 3 copper engraved views of the historical cities of Heidelberg, Speyer (Spires) & Worms from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. 3 views on 1 plate. Good impression; occasional spotting & a few light stains. Old repairs to upper corners, just touching image. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris Hoefnagel[1542-1600] who travelled with Ortelius through Italy and also made extensive travels through France Spain and England Following the de … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-07 08:35:29
Braun & Hogenberg
Asia & Australasia: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. 4 copper engraved views of Portuguese ports and trading cities in India and Morocco from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. The views are of Goa and Dui in India; Anfa the historic centre of Casblanca & Azaamurum on the Atlantic coast of Morocco Good impression; a few light stains, mainly to blank margins. Short tear at lower centrefold. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris Hoefnagel[1542-1600] who travelled with Ortelius … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-02 20:10:44
2013-10-25 10:42:57
Braun & Hogenberg
Europe: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. Copper engraved birds eye view of Rome from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. Keys to principal monuments and buildings. Dark impression; light toning and spotting; minor centrefold split at lower marginrepaired tear[12cm] from lower margin through key, into plate. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris Hoefnagel[1542-1600] who travelled with Ortelius through Italy and also made extensive travels through France Spain and England Follo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-25 10:42:57
Braun & Hogenberg
Europe: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. Copper engraved birds eye viewof Naples from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. Key to principal buildings. Dark impression; clean centrefold split from lower margin[15cm]. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris Hoefnagel[1542-1600] who travelled with Ortelius through Italy and also made extensive travels through France Spain and England Following the death of Frans Hogenberg the plates were engraved by Abraham Hogenberg, believed to be … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-25 10:40:43
Braun & Hogenberg
Middle East: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. Copper engraved birdseye view of Cairo from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. The view shows the city of Cairo on the Nile. on the opposite bank are the Pyramids and the Sphynx. Good impression; a few light stains, mainly to blank margins. Short tear at lower centrefold, . The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris Hoefnagel[1542-1600] who travelled with Ortelius through Italy and also made extensive travels through France Spain and E … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-25 10:40:43
Braun & Hogenberg
Europe: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. Copper engraved view of Utrecht from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. Good impression; a few spots and stains to blank margins; larger stains within plate and waterstains to upper corners, which will no doubt fade with washing. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris Hoefnagel[1542-1600] who travelled with Ortelius through Italy and also made extensive travels through France Spain and England Following the death of Frans Hogenberg the … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-25 10:40:43
Braun & Hogenberg
Europe: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. Copper engraved birds eye view of Bruges from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. Dark impression; a few light stains, mainly to blank margins; darker waterstain to upper corners. . The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris Hoefnagel[1542-1600] who travelled with Ortelius through Italy and also made extensive travels through France Spain and England Following the death of Frans Hogenberg the plates were engraved by Abraham Hogenberg, believ … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-25 10:40:43
Braun & Hogenberg
Europe: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. 2 copper engraved views of the Dresden & Leipzig from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. 2 views on 1 plate. Good impression; occasional spotting & a few light stains to blank margins; ink blot to lower blank margin. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris Hoefnagel[1542-1600] who travelled with Ortelius through Italy and also made extensive travels through France Spain and England Following the death of Frans Hogenberg the plates were e … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-25 10:40:43
Braun & Hogenberg
Europe: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. Copper engraved birdseye view of Frankfurt am Main from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. Good impression; occasional spotting & a few light stains. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris Hoefnagel[1542-1600] who travelled with Ortelius through Italy and also made extensive travels through France Spain and England Following the death of Frans Hogenberg the plates were engraved by Abraham Hogenberg, believed to be his son. Jacob Hoefnag … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-25 10:40:43
Braun & Hogenberg
Africa: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. 4 copper engraved views of Portuguese trading ports in Africa: Aden in Yemen: Mombasa, Kenya; Kilwa, Tanzania & Sofala in Mozambique from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. 4 views on 1 plate. Dark impression; a few light stains, mainly to blank margins. Centrefold split at lower margin. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans Hogenberg and Simon Novellanus after the original drawings of Joris Hoefnagel[1542-1600] who travelled with Ortelius through Italy and also made extensive travels through France Spa … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-19 22:22:19
Braun & Hogenberg
Europe: Cologne Theodori Graminæi. 1572. 2 copper engraved views of the Hanseatic cities of Hamburg and Lübeck from the first volume of Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitas Orbis Terrarum. " Latin text to verso. First state. Hamburg was granted Free staus in 1189 by Frederick I " Barbarossa"; it was a free city state. not included in the surrounding administrative area. having tax free staus for its trade. Lübeck was granted "Free" staus by FrederickII in 1226, and became capital of the Hanseatic League in the 14th century Good impression; a few light stains to blank margins. The "Civitas Orbis Terrarum" of Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg was the first systemstic city atlas, possible intended to compliment the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum "of Abraham Ortelius published in 1570. There is strong evidence that Braun, Hogenberg and Ortelius discussed the planned work, although some scholars believe it was influenced by Sabastien Munster's "Cosmographia" R A Skelton in his introduction to the facsimile edition [ 1965] puts the case f for the "Theatrum " of Ortelius being the model for the work ( "(it) is made abundantly clear by the similarity between the two works in title, in format and in the layout and serial order of the plates and text" First publishe in 1572 in Cologne just two years after Ortelius' " Theatrum" it was published in six volumes in the years between 1572 and 1617. Georg Braun [1541-1622], Canon of Cologne Cathedral wrote the preface for all but the last volume and also the text accompanying each plan or view on the verso. The plates were engraved by Frans H … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-09-03 15:58:47
LIVIUS, TITUS (59 A.C. 17 D.C.)
VENETIIS, IN AEDIBUS MANUTIANIS. 1572 1572 ... CAROLI SIGONII SCHOLIA, QUIBUS IIDEM LIBRI, ATQUE EPITOMAE PARTIM EMENDATUR, PARTIM ETIAM EXPLANANTUR, AB AUCTORE MULTIS IN PARTIBUS AUCTE. 3 PARTI IN 2 VOLUMI IN-FOLIO, LEGATURA SETTECENTESCA, TAGLIO MACULATO IN ROSSO. IMPRESSA ALDINA INCISA IN LEGNO SUI FRONTESPIZI. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE DI QUESTA PREGEVOLE E RARA EDIZIONE ALDINA. MONUMENTALE STORIA DI ROMA "AD URBE CONDITA", DELLA QUALE SONO GIUNTI A NOI SOLO 35 LIBRI (LA PRIMA, LA TERZA, LA QUARTA E METÀ DELLA QUINTA DECADE) MENTRE L' OPERA COMPLETA ERA SUDDIVISA IN 142 LIBRI. PIÙ CHE UNO STORICO NEL SENSO MODERNO DELLA PAROLA, TITO LIVIO È UN NARRATORE DELL' EPOPEA DEL POPOLO ROMANO LA SUA IMPARZIALITÀ, TUTTAVIA, FU TRA GLI ALTRI RICONOSCIUTA DA TACITO. IL COMMENTARIO DI CARLO SIGONIO È UNO DEI PIÙ STIMATI. SCHWEIGER, I, P. 531. RENOUARD, ANNALES DES ALDE, P. 214. ADAMS, CAMBRIDGE LIBRARIES, 1346. B.M.C.., S.T.C. OF ITALIAN BOOKS, P. 390.
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2013-08-22 10:22:47
Braun, Georg and Hogenberg, Frans:
Cologne, c. 1572. Copper engraving, 32.5 x 44 cms, second state with privilege, recent hand-colour, numbered in an old hand top-right, Latin text on verso. Magdeburg, Germany; the cartouche refers to the ancient worhip of Venus. Map
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2013-08-19 17:09:23
CONTI, Natale
1572 - The rare first edition of this contemporary history, written in ten books which covered the years 1545 to 1557; this was a joint production between Giovanni Variso and the Sessa press whose name appears on the imprint of some copies. A second edition appeared in 1581 in which the work was expanded to 30 books taking the history up to the present day.Dedicatory preface adressed to the natural son of Emperor Charles V, Don Juan of Austria, whose military exploits against the Ottoman Empire are highly praised; in the previous year Don Juan had finally put an end to the Turkish threat at the battle of Lepanto. The narrative is filled with accounts of engagements with the Turks, but there are accounts of relations with England, the discovery of places in the New World, while the final event to be described is the great flood of the river Tiber in 1557.An excellent roll-tooled pigskin binding with a roll-tool composed of four large stamps, which is very similar to two rolls described by Haebler I, p. 214/5, nos. 15 and 17, on bindings in the Graz Universitätsbibliothek, on books dated 1566 and 1569 respectively.Provenance. Ownership note on title-page of the Jesuits of Innsbruck, dated 1619, later stamps on title.Censimento CNCE 13167. Not in Adams.
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2013-08-09 12:40:17
LASSUS, Orlande de 1532-1594
Paris: Adrian le Roy & Robert Ballard. 1572. Oblong quarto. 1f. (recto title within elaborate woodcut border incorporating musical motifs, verso a fine full-page woodcut portrait of the composer aged 39 dated 1560 within an oval border incorporating musical instruments, etc.), [1] (poem to Lassus by Paul Melissus), [2]- [43] pp. typeset music in diamond-head notation, [44] (index, [45] (privilege), [46] (fine full-page woodcut printer's device depicting a winged horse within an oval border). With decorative headpieces, fine historiated initials of varying sizes and additional decorations incorporating musical instruments, fruit and figures throughout. & & A collection of 28 motets for 8 voices. & & Provenance: The collection of André Meyer (1884-1974).& & Disbound. Slightly worn and browned; lightly stained at upper margins; irregular pagination. . First Edition. Rare. RISM L850 (1527a) (one complete copy only, in Madrid). Lesure and Thibault 160 (3 copies only of the tenor part and only 2 complete sets of parts, one at the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris and the other at the Conservatory in Madrid). Portrait reproduced in Messmer, p. 9. & & Includes first printings of "Beati pauperes spiritu," "Beatus vir qui timet Dominum" and "Inclina Domine aurem tuam." & & "[Lassus] was one of the most prolific and versatile of 16th-century composers, and in his time the best-known and most widely admired musician in Europe...." & & The motets of Lassus were admired in their own day not only for their beauty and technical perfection but also for their rhetorical power – their … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-08-04 19:41:05
Braun, Georg and Hogenberg, Frans:
Cologne, c. 1572. Copper engraving, 32.5 x 39.5 cms, recent hand-colour, numbered in an old hand top-right, Latin text on verso. Aachen, or Aix-la-Chapelle, Germany. Map
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2013-07-26 19:21:19
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2013-07-26 16:21:05
Guicciardini, Francesco and Plantedio, Manilio
Roma: Appresso Gioseppe De Gi Angioli, 1572. First Edition. Leather Bound. ______ Condition Summary: (Good) A generally presentable copy. ______ All notable faults: Some wear on the corners and edges, moderate browning on the pages, some heavy marks, heaviest from C1 to D2, ink marks on D3 and G2 and heavy foxing throughout. 17496. <b> Bibliographical Details: </b> First Edition.
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2013-07-22 15:37:08
Plutarch; Estienne, Henri
[Geneva]: Estienne, Henri, 1572 v. 1-3 Opuscula varia (Moralia) in Greek, 16,778, 779-1381, 1387-2101pp v. 4-6 Vitae (Lives), in Greek, 579, 581-1213,1217-1923pp v. 7-9 Opuscula varia (Moralia), in Latin, 731, 683, 695 + 216 pp. This scarce set is in good antiquarian condition. The 9 volumes are bound in beautiful dark red morocco with gilt ruling, gilt page edges. They are ex-library with all normal library marks including pockets, remains of library marks on the spines. A few of the spines have "pull" marks at the top edge with some general rubbing at spine tips and joints. Some of the joints are tender although everything is tightly bound. Spines are darkened as are the joints, a few of the volumes have dark spots on the red boards. Interiors have marbled end papers. There is the bookplate of Thomas S. McClelland who apparently donated the books to his Belloit College which he attended before going off to fight for the Union in the Civil War. Blanks all have old handwritten notes, including on some of the half titles, but the interiors are otherwise clean and unmarked. The first edition of the Complete Works of Plutarch, the Editio Princeps, published by the great Henri Estienne (1528-1598). It is the first 9 volumes of this famous edition, including the Lives and the Moralia, which Brunet praised for its "beautiful execution and accuracy." The first volume contains the title page for the first six volumes, with Estienne's famous olive tree. The first three volumes contain the Moralia in Greek. The next three contain the complete Lives for which Plutarch is most famo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-22 15:37:08
Plutarch; Estienne, Henri
[Geneva]: Estienne, Henri, 1572 v. 1-3 Opuscula varia (Moralia) in Greek, 16,778, 779-1381, 1387-2101pp v. 4-6 Vitae (Lives), in Greek, 579, 581-1213,1217-1923pp v. 7-9 Opuscula varia (Moralia), in Latin, 731, 683, 695 + 216 pp. This scarce set is in good antiquarian condition. The 9 volumes are bound in beautiful dark red morocco with gilt ruling, gilt page edges. They are ex-library with all normal library marks including pockets, remains of library marks on the spines. A few of the spines have "pull" marks at the top edge with some general rubbing at spine tips and joints. Some of the joints are tender although everything is tightly bound. Spines are darkened as are the joints, a few of the volumes have dark spots on the red boards. Interiors have marbled end papers. There is the bookplate of Thomas S. McClelland who apparently donated the books to his Belloit College which he attended before going off to fight for the Union in the Civil War. Blanks all have old handwritten notes, including on some of the half titles, but the interiors are otherwise clean and unmarked. The first edition of the Complete Works of Plutarch, the Editio Princeps, published by the great Henri Estienne (1528-1598). It is the first 9 volumes of this famous edition, including the Lives and the Moralia, which Brunet praised for its "beautiful execution and accuracy." The first volume contains the title page for the first six volumes, with Estienne's famous olive tree. The first three volumes contain the Moralia in Greek. The next three contain the complete Lives for which Plutarch is most famo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-22 09:33:30
BENZONI, Girolamo
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