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2012-06-01 17:22:39
Curtius, Rochus; Cittadini, Paolo; Nilsson, Jens
1573. Curtius, Rochus [fl. 1470-1515]. Cittadini, Paolo [d. 1525]. Nilsson, Jens [1538-1600]. Iurispatronatus Tractatus et Flores: In Quibus Continentur Omnia ea Quae ad Illam Materiam Spectant. Lyons: Apud Petrum Landry, 1573. [lxxxvi], 879 pp. Octavo (7" x 4-1/2"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, recently re-cased, early hand-lettered title to spine. Light rubbing to extremities, light soiling and a few minor stains, spine darkened. Large woodcut printer device, woodcut decorated initials. Some toning to text, faint dampstaining to head of text block in a few places. Early owner signature to title page, early markings in pen to a few leaves, interior otherwise clean. * Only edition (in this form), one of two issues from 1573 (the other printed by Charles Pesnot). This volume collects three notable canon-law treatises dealing with ecclesiastical patronage. All three were published previously, but our copy appears to be the only one to collect all three. OCLC locates 8 copies of both issues, 1 in North America (at the Library of Congress). Adams, Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe, 1501-1600 C3116..
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2012-06-01 17:22:39
Curtius, Rochus; Cittadini, Paolo; Nilsson, Jens
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2012-05-30 21:13:33
o. O., Hogenberg, [], 1573. Altkolorierter Kupferstich. ca. 9,5 x 22,5 cm. Im Passepartout, hinter Glas. Beschnittenes Blatt, rückw. hds. Notiz. Sprache: deutsch.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek [Salzburg, Austria]
2012-05-26 09:51:16
Cyrill von Alexandria, Hl.
Paris, Michel Sonnius, 1573. 2 Bde. in einem. (8) SS., 1074 Spp., (1) S., l. w. Bl. 762 Spp., (53) SS. (ohne das l. w. Bl.). Mit 2 Holzschnittdruckermarken am Titel. Lederband des 17. Jhs. (stark lädiert) auf 5 Doppelbünden mit Resten von Rückenvergoldung. Folio. Zweite lateinische Ausgabe bei Sonnius (zuvor kollationsgleich im Vorjahr erschienen), aus dem Griechischen übersetzt und ediert von Gentian Hervet (1499-1584; vgl. Gamillscheg/Harlfinger: Repertorium der griechischen Kopisten 800-1600). - Beide Deckel stark berieben (Oberschicht des Leders abgerieben); Kapitale defekt; Ecken und Kanten stärker bestoßen mit kl. Fehlstellen im Lederbezug. Innen insgesamt sauber und wohlerhalten; Titel unbedeutend fingerfleckig; vereinzelte hs. Anstreichungen und Notizen des 17. Jhs. Am vorderen Vorsatz verso kl. Provenienzvermerk: "Ex biblioth. P. Fabri". Recht selten; lt. OCLC kein Exemplar in USA (Nachweise für Nijmegen, Maastricht, Utrecht); ferner in Berlin, München, Köln (nicht in BnF). Adams C 3171. OCLC 63813114. Nicht bei BM-STC French. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-05-18 14:25:02
Argentorati [i.e. Basel]: [Peter Perna], 1573. - 2 works in 1 volume (the first in 2 parts), small folio, 6 leaves, pp. 223, (1) blank), (27); 1 leaf, pp. 250, (36); 1 leaf, pp. 263, (5). Separate title-pages to the second part and second work, woodcut initials. Some foxing (mostly light but worse in signature L) and paper a little browned, first title dust-soiled and with two creases. Eighteenth century English calf, rebacked and corners repaired. Armorial bookplate of Clement Archer on front pastedown; small old library stamp on title and one preliminary page. FIRST EDITION IN LATIN of the Grosse Wundartzney, Paracelsus? most important medical work, published together a reprint of Gerard Dorn?s Latin editions of the Chirurgia Minor and Chirurgia Vulnerum. This is an important edition, as it was through this Latin edition, and not the earlier vernacular editions, that Paracelsus? medical writings were disseminated throughout Europe. The Grosse Wundartney was one of the few, and easily the most important, of Paracelsus? writings to be published in his lifetime. ?Among Paracelsus? practical achievements was his management of wounds and chronic ulcers. These conditions were overtreated at the time, and Paracelsus? success lay in his conservative, noninterventionist approach, which was based upon his belief in natural healing power and mumia, an active principle in tissues. He thus continued the tradition of Theodoric Borgognoni of Lucca and his pupil Henry of Mondeville, both of whom had advocated, in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, aseptic and pus-preventing treatme … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips ABA ILAB [United Kingdom]
2012-04-26 09:53:04
Vinegia (Venise), appresso Giovanni Vidali, 1573. In 4 de 1100pp., reliure en plein parchemin souple de l'époque, plats et dos froissés et salis, manquent les lacets, avec 36 grandes lettrines historiées, portrait de l'auteur sur la page de titre, réparée dans l'angle inférieur externe, les deux pages suivantes sont aussi réparées sans gravité, manque de papier d'origine aux pages 247 et 249 réparé, affectant deux lignes en bas du texte, ex-libris de l'époque manuscrit à l'encre noire sur la page de titre, verso de la page de titre entièrement recouverte d'un texte manuscrit à l'encre noire, rousseurs éparses, papier bruni à certains feuillets, mouillures et petites taches de graisses dans les marges, bon exemplaire. Cette importante somme est une encyclopédie des Sciences Naturelles, une étrange combinaison de perspicacité, d'érudition et de connaissance populaire. Mais la grande valeur de cet ouvrage réside dans le fait qu'il révèle les connaissances que possédaient les contemporains de l'auteur aussi bien que celles de ses prédécesseurs, surtout parce que le plus souvent dans ses ecrits, Pline n'hésite pas à révéler ses sources. Le volume se décompose comme suit: après l'introduction, le livre 2 traite de la Cosmologie, les livres 3 à 6 traitent de la Géographie, le livre 7 d'Anthropologie, 8 à 11 de Zoologie, les livres 12 à 19 abordent la Botanique, les livres 20 à 32 traitent de la Médecine, enfin les livres 33 à 37 sont dediés à la minéralogie et la Sculpture, incluant le plus ancien compte rendu connu sur l'Art des anciens. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Scritti [Paris, France]
2012-04-22 20:23:53
Llwyd, Humphrey
Antverpy, Ortelius, Abraham, 1573. "Cambriae Typvs Auctore Hvmfredo Lhvydo Denbigiense Cambrobritano". Orig. copper-engraving after H. Llwyd map of Wales. Published by A. Ortelius, 1573. Coloured. With ornamental title cartouche, sea-monsters, a ship and the scale of map ("Scala Miliarium Anglicorum") with cartographic compasses. 37:49,5 cm.. V. d. Broecke, map 21, ed. 1595 (Latin), state 21.1; Koeman III, map 5500:31. - Very decorative map of Wales.
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2012-04-21 09:05:35
Empedocles [and other Greek philosophers, edited by Henri Estienne (1531-1598)]
Geneva]: Henr. Stephanus, 1573. Hardcover. Very Good. Stephanus' printer's mark with motto "Noli altum sapere" on Titlepage. Small octavo early 19th century half red morocco with pebbled cloth sides 5 raised bands gilt (tips rubbed) 222pp (p37 misnumbered 73). Text complete, but lacks 5 blank un-numbered leaves (4 between authors, and final blank). Pencil note on flyleaf "From the Broad Hall Collection, ex dono E.G.", bookplate of Robert J. Hurst on rear endpaper, neat early underlining on one page, text otherwise remarkably clean and crisp throughout. *First edition, and editio princeps, of these fragments of pre-Socratic philosophers. Stephanus (Estienne) gives his own editorial notes to the Reader at pp220-2. Printed in Stephanus' fine Greek typography - text in Greek with prefatory matter in Latin (Adams P1682).
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2012-04-02 10:43:57
Sigonio, Carlo (or, Sigonius, Carolus)
Allardum Julianum, Paris. 8vo. 2 parts in 1. (8),154,(36);(10),120,(14). Indices. With the final blank. Each part with its own title page, each with a large woodcut device. BOUND WITH; Sigonio, Carlo. ORATIONES. Paris: Allardum Julianum. 1573. ff.59,(1). With the final blank. Title with woodcut device. Both works bound in cont. brown paneled calf with gilt tooling, including a small central ornament on both covers. Bottom of spine with an old neat repair, top of spine with a small chip. A few minor worm pinholes. An attractive copy overall. I. A study of Roman law and the history of Italian law which first appeared in 1560. Adams S1098. II. 7 scholarly "orations" on history, linguistics, etc. The first edition is 1560. Not in Adams. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-03-26 09:27:47
Ihna (Jena), Rebarts Erben (und Thobiam Steinmann), 1573-1598. Folio. Bound in 8 contemporary full pigskin, richly blindtooled. Luther portrait in center of the blindtooled decorations. 5 raised bands. Contemp. ms. titles on spines. Various grades of wear to spines and covers, but all intact. Some vols. with repairs to cornes and edges. With 53 (of 64) cornerpieces and 8 (of 16) clasps. Nearly all vols. having some wormholes to the first ca 10 leaves a. to the last ca. 5 leaves. Lower right corners of the first 10 leaves in nearly all vols. frayed. Volume 4 with some loss to these first ca. 10 leaves.. All titlepages printed in red/black and with a large woodcut (showing Luther praying before Christ) All 8 vols. having the large woodcut (as fol 2) with Luther sitting in the middle. In all ca. 8.800 pp. ¶ A complete set of the so-called Jena-edition with Index and Register, bound together with vol. 8. - Index a. Register having its own titlepage dated 1592.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2012-02-26 01:54:55
Venedig, J. M. Bonelli Erben 1573.. Gr. 4°. Titelbl., 7 nn. Bll., 154 Bll., 3 nn. Bll. (Index u. Impr.), 2 unbedr. Bll., mit e. großen Druckerm. am Titelbl., sowie mit zahlr. schönen Holzschnittinit., e. mehrf. in den Text eingef. Holzschnitt, den schreibenden Sallust darst., u. e. Holzschn. am lzt. bedr. Blatt verso. Biegs.Pgmtbd. d. Zt., mit abger. RüBeschr. v. alter Hd. u. e. aufgekl. NrSchi., fleckig, berieben u. zerkratzt, Rü. nachged., Ktn. rissig u. aufgepl., etw. Wurmfr. Vors.beschädigt, braun- u. stockfl., Schließbd. fehlen. Mit e. kl. Riß im Titelbl., d. Rd. etw. fleckig, Buchss. teilw. weiß u. fleckenlos, teilw. braunfl., einige Ss. starkgebräunt, mit e. gr. braunen Fleck a. d. Oberkt. der Schlußss. u. d. hi. Vors. Mit Besitzereintr. v. alter Hd. (mit Bleistiftstr. überm.), sowie mit e. handschr. Nr. u. e. kl. Stempel am Titelbl., am vord. fl. Vorsatzbl. versch. Anm. mit Tinte, Blei- u. Buntstift.. Seltene Werkausg. d. röm. Volkstribuns u. Historikers. Mit den Erklärungen d. Jodocus Badius Ascensius (1461-1535), Philologen, Editors zahlr. klass. Werke, Buchdruckers u. -händlers in Paris. Nicht bei BM Italian Books. Adams. Graesse. Brunet.
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2012-02-23 10:38:28
Dionysius Carthusianus.
Venedig, Bartholomäus Rubinus, 1573. 4°. Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette. 6 Bll., 415 (recte 418) S., 1 weißes Bl., Flex. Pgmt. d. Zt. m. handschriftl. Rückentitel. Der niederländische Kartäuser Dionysius, aufgrund seiner häufigen visionären Zustände „doctor exstaticus“ genannt, gilt zugleich als „der letzte Scholastiker“ (gest. 1471 in Roermond). In strengster Askese schuf er ein Lebenswerk, das „den Ertrag der mittelalterlichen Mystik, Exegese und Scholastik zusammenfasste. Von ihm wurde gesagt: Qui Dionysium legit, nihil non legit“ (RGG II, 202). - Einband fleckig, wellig u. mit kl. Wurmspuren bzw. Fehlstellen. Buchblock fast gänzlich vom Einband gelöst. Titel m. altem Besitzvermerk. Die ersten u. letzten Bll. m. Wurmspuren. Durchg. etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Diese Ausgabe nicht bei Adams u. im BM STC, German Books. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Dionysius Carthusianus, In omnes beati Pauli epistolas commentaria, Paulus
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2012-02-08 08:52:22
De Afflictis M. et Baldi de Perusio.
Venetiis, Apud Camillum Francischinum, 1573, in-16, mezza pergamena e cartone coevo. Fregi xilografici al frontespizio ed in fine e capilettera incisi. Piccola gora d'acqua sul margine superiore delle ultime 23 carte.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [Italy]
2012-01-30 11:12:29
Vieri, Francesco De
Florence: Appresso Giorgio Marescotti, 1573. Florence: Appresso Giorgio Marescotti. Very Good. 1573. First Edition; First Printing. Vellum. The first edition of the first comments on the first three books of "Meteorologica" of Aristotle in in the Italian language. Adams V714. Includes index and errata leaf, errori occorsi nello stampare. Original limp vellum, minor worming and soiling. Spine handlettered; With his commentary on the first three books of Aristotle's "Meteorologica", Francesco de Vieri, Professor at the University of Pisa studied not only comets and meteors but also rainbows, earthquakes, the evaporation of water, and the phenomenon of tides. The later edition in 1582 was enhanced with commentary on the fourth book on the inorganic material of the terrestrial sphere; Woodcuts .
Bookseller: Books Tell You Why - ABAA/ILAB [Summerville, SC, U.S.A.]
2012-01-30 11:12:29
Vieri, Francesco De
Florence: Appresso Giorgio Marescotti, 1573. Florence: Appresso Giorgio Marescotti. Very Good. 1573. First Edition; First Printing. Vellum. The first edition of the first comments on the first three books of "Meteorologica" of Aristotle in in the Italian language. Adams V714. Includes index and errata leaf, errori occorsi nello stampare. Original limp vellum, minor worming and soiling. Spine handlettered; With his commentary on the first three books of Aristotle's "Meteorologica", Francesco de Vieri, Professor at the University of Pisa studied not only comets and meteors but also rainbows, earthquakes, the evaporation of water, and the phenomenon of tides. The later edition in 1582 was enhanced with commentary on the fourth book on the inorganic material of the terrestrial sphere; Woodcuts .
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2011-12-23 00:12:41
Caesarius, Johannes
Venice: Apud Ioannem Mariam Lenum, 1573. Later printing. Vellum. Very Good. Sm. 8vo. ff.189 (i.e. 179, last 10 leaves mis-numbered). Lacking the final blank. Title printed within a woodcut headpiece. Large woodcut device on title-page. Cont. limp vellum, soiled. Small tear at top fore-corner of rear cover. Minor faded water stain in blank bottom margin of title page and a few gatherings. A late but rare edition of German scholar Caesarius' (1460-1550) DIALECTICA, a schoolbook based largely on the precepts of Cicero. Not in BMC or Adams. OCLC locates 1 copy in Germany.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-10-28 16:31:06
Eisengrein, Martin.
1573. (16), 759, (1) SS. [Dabei:] Aurea postilla evangeliorum, quae festivis diebus per totius anni cursum in ecclesia Dei leguntur. Ebd., 1573. 332, (4) SS. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit abgeschrägten Deckelkanten auf 3 Doppelbünden mit zeitgenöss. hs. Rückenschildchen. 2 intakte Schließen. 8vo. Erste Ausgabe des berühmten Predigtenwerks. Der Stuttgarter Theologe Martin Eisengrein (1535-78), 1558 unter dem Einfluß seines Onkels Jakob Jonas zum Katholizismus konvertiert, wurde 1560 Priester und Domprediger in Wien und folgte 1562 einem Ruf als Prof. der Theologie nach Ingolstadt, wo er mehrmals als Rektor wirkte und auch die dortige Universitätsbibliothek gründete. "1571 erhielt er als erster Propst von Altötting die bischöflichen Insignien. Eisengrein führte zahlreiche kirchenpolitische Aufträge Herzog Albrechts V. von Bayern aus, u. a. trat er 1563/64 in Wien für Laienkelch und Priesterehe ein. Als kaiserlicher Hofprediger in Wien (1568/69) war er für seine volkstümlichen Predigten bekannt. Eisengrein hatte entscheidend Anteil an der katholischen Restauration in Bayern" (DBE). - Der bemerkenswert schön erhaltene Einband zeigt außen eine schmale Rankenwerksrolle, die ihrerseits eine Figurenrolle umschließt; darin im Mittelfeld, oben und unten von kurzen, leeren Querriegeln begrenzt, ein knapper Bogenfries. VD 16, ZV 5580. BM-STC German 117. Nicht bei Adams.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2011-08-03 21:33:54
ERNEST, Archduke (1553-95)
1573. Known in the German-speaking world as "Ernst von Osterreich," this son of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II and Maria of Spain was educated with his brother, Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II; in 1573 and 1587 he was a candidate for the throne of Poland; from 1576 on he served as governor of the Archduchy of Austria in 1590 he was named governor of Inner Austria; from 1594 until his death he served as governor of Spanish Netherlands. ALS in Italian, 1p lettersheet, 7½" X 12", Vienna, Austria, 1579 March 26. Very good. Slight bit of age toning and quite minor foxing; inconspicuous small paper loss at left margin (¼" X 2¼") bears old but expert replacement. Overall attractive, boldly written and easily legible. Writing to his cousin, the Duke of Savoy (Emmanuel Philibert, 1528-80, Duke of Savoy 1553-80), it reads (translation): "Sir: Mr. de la Cruz, your ambassador, gave me a letter from you several days ago, and although I wanted to answer it before this, I have been kept from it by various things, and I hope you will not take offense at my delay. You may be sure that I shall always endeavor to do for you all that I can, as I have often told Mr. de la Cruz, who has probably so informed you. He has told me of the warmth and good will that you feel for me, which I feel certain of, and I do not know how to repay you except in kind as you may always find in everything that I can very well do you for. May God keep you as I would wish." Signed simply "Ernesto" with a flourish. Integral address leaf present, on which Ernest notes "Al Señor duque de Saboya my primo," with a small de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Main Street Fine Books & Mss, ABAA [Galena, IL, U.S.A.]
2011-03-30 02:56:34
Ex Officina Heruagiana Per Susebium, Basileae, 1573. Printers mark on title page and at rear of final pageRear colophon states: "Basileae, Ex Officina Hervagiana, Per Evsebium Episcopium, Anno Salutis humanae M.D.LXXIII. Mense Septembri." Crudely rebound, 8 3/4 X 10 1/2 inches,(4)(1)2-582 pages + index (20). Believed to be lacking foreword. Title page with repaired holes. Pages browned,several single several words have been eradicated and replaced with penciled in words. See all photos to understand condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: The Bookstall [Richmond, CA, U.S.A.]
2010-06-03 12:41:21
1573. leicht gebräunt, sonst gut erhaltenes Blatt, Ansicht von Tunis in Tunesien mit reicher Militär- und Schiffstaffage. Zeigt die Schlacht um Tunis im Jahr 1573. Rückseitig Text in deutscher Sprache, Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1000
Bookseller: Antiquariat Werner Steinbeiß [München, Germany]
2010-02-27 15:25:24
MERCURIALIS, Hieronymus:
Venetiis apud Iuntas, 1573. (12),308,(28)pp. 23 Full size woodcuts. Contemporary sligtly damaged limp vellum, small loss of vellum at the upper 2 centimeters of the spine. Pp. 54-66 with small wormhole in outer margin. Stain in mostly outer magin of pp.285 until the end. pp 125-126 a little browned
Bookseller: Antikvariat Thomas Andersson
2010-02-02 23:30:56
D' Afflito, Matteo
1573. Afflito's Principal Treatise D' Afflito, Matteo (Afflictis, Matthias de) [c.1443-c.1523]. Baldus de Ubaldus, Petrus [1327-1406]. Tract. de Iure Prothomiseos. Hac Postrema Editione a Pluribus Quibus Scatebat Erroribus Vindicatus. Cum Commentariolo Gravissimi Iuris Interpretis, Marci Mantuae Benavidii Patavini, ad L. Dudum, C. de Contrahen. Empt. Summarioq, ac Elementario Indice Super Additis, Diligentissime Exornatus. Venice: Apud Christophorum Zanettum, 1573. [iii], 4-108, [8] ff. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary limp vellum. Light soiling, central section of spine, half of front cover and all of front free endpaper lacking, rear pastedown loose, binding secure. Attractive woodcut printer device, head-piece, tail-piece and decorated initials. Occasional light foxing, light browning in a few places, internally clean. * Later edition. D'Afflito was an important Italian jurist and royal official. Tractatus de Jure Protomiseos, a treatise on preemption, purchase and sale is a commentary on the Constitutio de Jure Protomiseos of Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I (Barbarossa) [1122-1190]. One of his principal works, it was first published in 1544 and went through several issues and editions into the eighteenth century. In Zennetti's 1573 edition offered here D'Afflito's treatise is followed by a discussion of the same topic by the great Bolognese commentator Baldus de Ubaldis. KVK locates 3 copies of this edition, OCLC locates 2 (Library of Congress and Penn State University). Adams, Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe, 1501-1600 A318.
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2009-09-08 07:54:36
Frankfurt, Egenolffs Erben 1573. 17 cm. (8), 280, (4) Blatt mit 2 Initialen und 66 Textholzschnitten. Blindgeprägter Lederband der Zeit mit Rollenstempeln über Holzdeckeln - VD16 R 582 - Gambacorta /Giordano S. 82 - Durling 3814 - Richter, Egenolff 352 - 4. Auflage bei Egenolffs Erben, Neuauflage der Frankfurter Ausgabe von 1557 mit Hinzufügung von Camerarius, Joachim d.Ä.: Victus et cultus ratio; Diocles: Epistola praeservativa; Fernel, Jean: Emissi sanguinis observatio; Melanchthon, Philipp: De moderatione cibi et potus; Polybus: De salubri diaeta. Curios Bearbeitung des von der Schule von Salerno entwickelten Diätkochbuches, dem König von England gewidmet. Johann Curio (Curion), geboren in Rheinberg im Kurfürstentum Köln, studierte Medizin in Erfurt und starb 1561. Die Holzschnitte zeigen Heilpflanzen, Essen und Trinken, Badeszenen, Charaktere, Behandlungsmethoden, und a. Werkzeuge zur Zahn-Extraktion. Die Rollenstempel auf beiden Deckeln (Salvator - Johannes - Paulus - David) sind beschrieben bei Haebler II, 288, 11. Kanten stellenweise Schabspuren, Rücken und Ecken restauriert, erste 40 Blatt und letzte 20 Blatt im Rand Feuchtigkeitssspur, Titel und das letzte Blatt (Index T-Z) in Faksimile auf altem Papier. - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -
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2009-03-13 03:14:22
Florence: Guinti, 1573. hardcover. very good. Small 4to, full contemporary vellum (well-worn; very light staining on the right margin of the title page and the following 3 leaves, not affecting the text; 7 leaves have small pieces torn from bottom margins, with no loss of text; light stains to the "Tavola" with a repair to one initial letter). Fiorenza: de'Guinti, 1573. Very good. Italian edition of the "Optica". The Prospettiva di Eliodoro Larisseo has a separate title page. Despite condition flaws, a very good copy, with the ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-03-12 01:13:15
Estienne, Henri
Geneva: Excudebat Henr. Stephanus, 1573. Sm. 8vo. (5" x 3"). (32), 256pp. Text in Greek & Latin. Woodcut vignette printer's device on title. Cont. calf, worn (corners of covers worn down), rebacked, fragments of orig. calf labels laid down. Title page a bit soiled. Armorial bookplate on front pastedown. Renouard; p. 140, # 10.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2008-12-22 23:12:26
CHARPENTIER, Jacques [1524-1574].
Paris: Jacques Du Puys, 1573. 2 Parts in 1. 4to. pp. 28 p.l., [31], 177 [i.e. 476], [1], [blank leaf]; 4 p.l., 328 [i.e. 329], [1], [3]errata. woodcut device on titles. woodcut ornaments & initials. An appealing copy, bound in contemporary blind-stamped pigskin over wooden bds., brass catches & 1 (of 2) clasps (stain on upper cover). First Edition. Jacques Charpentier [Jacobus Carpentarius] achieved a high reputation as a teacher of philosophy at the Collège de Bourgogne for sixteen years before pursuing medical studies at Paris. In 1566 he obtained the chair of mathematics at the Collège de France, and he served as physician to Charles IX. As a partisan and commentator on Aristotle he wrote several discourses against Pierre Ramus. Adams C759. BM STC French p. 9 [vide ALCINOUS]. Schwab 267. Rand I 85. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: D & E LAKE LTD. (ABAC/ILAB) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2008-09-23 00:52:27
GIRARD Bernard de (Seigneur du Haillan)
- chez Pierre l'Huillier, à Paris 1573, in 16 (12,3x8cm), (40) 375pp. (66), (1bc) 30ff., relié. - Nouvelle édition après l'édition originale de 1570 (privilège de 1572), l'histoire sommaire des comtes d'Anjou possède sa propre page de titre. L'édition comporte un portrait de l'auteur. Bien que ce livre fut plusieurs fois réédité, les éditions du XVIème sont aujourd'hui bien peu courantes. 4ème édition 'd'un ouvrage qui a eut beaucoup de succès et qui est encore bon à consulter.' Brunet II, 1612. Reliure en pleine basane brune première moitié XIXème, dos à nerfs avec filets et date en queue. Exemplaire rogné court. Bernard de Girard (1535-1610) est né et mort à Bordeaux, après avoir été le secrétaire de François de Noailles et s'être fait connaître comme poète et historien, il fut nommé par Charles IX en 1571 historiographe de France, puis généalogiste de l'ordre du saint esptit par Henri III. Il est le premier écrivain français à avoir composé un corps d'histoire nationale, et s'il a adopté certaines fables, il a rejeté de nombreuses traditions généralement reçues. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition after the original 1570 edition (1572 privilege), summary history of the Counts of Anjou has its own title page. The edition includes a portrait of the author. Although this book was reprinted several times, sixteenth editions are now well uncommon. 4th edition 'of a work which has had great success and is still good to see.' Brunet II, 1612. Full Sheepskin brown first half XIX, back nerves with nets and date line. Copy cropped short. Bernard Girard (1535-1610) … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2008-09-20 11:07:20
Lazius, Wolfgang
Antwerps, Ortelius, A., 1573. "Rhetiae alpestris descriptio, in qua hodie Tirolis Comitatus." und "Goritiae, Karstii, Chaczeolae, Carniolae, Histriae, et Windorum Marchae descrip.". Kol. Kupf.-Ktn. von W. Lazius (bei A. Ortelius, 1573). Zwei Karten auf 1 Blatt. 34:50 cm.. V. d. Broecke Nr. 116a,b; Koeman III, map 2780+7170:31, ed. 31:051 (1595 Latin)- Karten von Tirol und Istrien (Kroatien und Slowenien). - Tirol mit Titelbandrole und kl. Kart. unten links. Istrien mit Titelkart. oben.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Karel Krenek
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2008-07-09 08:23:58
1 pièce signée sur vélin 1 12,5 x 26,5 cm 15/04/1573 petits trous d'enliassage Pièce signée par Nicolas Le Grand «conseiller et médecin ordinaire du Roy», qui reconnaît avoir reçu la somme de cent livres tournois «par messieurs les prévost des marchands et eschevins de lad. ville [Paris] à prendre sur vingt cinq mil livres tournois de rente assignées sur l'entrée des drogueries et espisseries de Marseille [.]». [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [Paris, France]
2008-01-21 01:31:36
excudebat Henr. Stephanus, [Geneva], 1573. First edition, folio, 2 parts in 1, as issued; pp. [8], 664 columns; [8], 13-247; printer's woodcut device on title; generally a very good, sound and useable copy in 17th century calf, neatly rebacked, red morocco label (slightly chipped) on spine. Estienne's critical edition of two manuscript glossaries (ca. 2nd-3rd century A.D.) discovered by him, the first Latin-Greek, the second Greek-Latin. The former "is among the best glossaries we have, full of rare, ancient learning." The two glossaries are followed by Estienne's treatise on Greek dialectology in the form of a commentary on Johannes Gramaticus's and Corinthus's De dialectis, followed by large appendix in which Estienne ranges over a number of subjects not covered by them. This volume grew out of Estienne's research during his compilation of the Thesaurus linguae gracae, and hence is sometimes regarded as a supplement to the same. But actually "this important work . is, in fact, an independent work" (Schreiber). "By far the greatest achievement of Henri Estienne was his truly monumental Thesaurus Graecae Linguae, which had been initiated by Robert Esteinne; the publication of this pioneer work marked the great event of Henri Estienne's career, as well as a highpoint in the annals of European scholarship. The Thesaurus has not yet been replaced, remaining to this day one of the essential instruments for the study of Greek" (Schreiber, p. 128). "Even more than with [Robert Estienne's] Thesaurus Latinus, there has to this day been no substitute for the Thesaurus Graecus" (see … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]

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