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2009-02-02 08:11:43
Gomez, Luis
1575. Lyons, 1575. 3d ed. Trial Practice in Canon Law Gomez, Luis [d. 1545]. [Milles de Souvigny (16th. c.)]. Commentarii in Iudiciales Regulas Cancellariae. Ioannis Millaei, Ac Aliorum Doctissimorum Virorum Adnotationibus Illustrati. Eiusdem, Utriusque Signaturae Compendium. Lyons: Apud Carolum Pesnot, 1575. [civ], 474 [i.e. 472] pp. Octavo (7" x 4-1/2"). Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin, early hand-lettered title to spine, early owner monogram black-stamped to front board, 1583 black-stamped to rear, edges rouged. Some soiling, minor wear to spine ends and corners, small scuff to front board, front hinge starting. Toning, faint dampstaining in a few places, chip to p. 254 with minor loss to text, internally clean. $1,950. * Third edition. With indexes. Gomez was the Bishop of Sarno, Italy. First published in 1540, Commentarii is a treatise on trial practice in canon law. Also a practical work, it describes the rules of practice in detail. All editions are scarce. OCLC locates 3 copies of the 1575 edition in North America (Harvard Law School, Library of Congress, University of Texas). Not in Adams. Palau, Manual del Librero Hispanoamericano 103.620.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2009-01-16 09:11:03
Munster, Sebastian
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2008-12-06 22:17:17
KRANTZ, Albert.
regnorum Aquilonarium, Daniæ, Sueciæ, Noruagiæ, chronica. Quibus gentium origo vetustissima, & ostrogothorum, wisigothorum, longobardorum atq. normannorum, antiquitus inde profectorum, res in Italia, Hispania, Gallia & Sicilia geste, præter domesticam, narrantur. Accessit, supplementi cuiusdam instar, Dithmarsici belli historia, christiano Cilicio Cimbro autore. Item Iacobi Ziegleri Schondia, id est regionum & populorum septentrionalium, ad Krantzianam historiam perutilis descriptio. Cum præfatione ad illustrissimum principem Ludovicum ducem Wirtembergensem, Ioan. Wolfii I.C. Addito indice locupletissimo. Frankfurt, And. Wechelum, 1575. Folio. (19),+ (blank),+ 505,+ (40) pp. Last page with printer's device. Minor spotting, especially on pp. 289 and 499-500. Together with: KRANTZ, Albert. Wandalia. De wandalorum vera origine, variis gentibus, crebris è patria migrationibus. regni item, quorum vel autores vel euerfores fuerunt. Cum indice locupletiss. Adiecta est appendicis instar, Polonici regni, & Prussiæ, tum regiæ tum ducalis descriptio, nunquam antehac visa. Frankfurt, Andreæ Wecheli, 1575. Folio. (2),+ 338,+ (24) pp. Lacking the preliminaries Aa2-3. Title leaf with minor tear and folding, minor spotting and some foxing in margins. A few contemporary underlinings and marginal notes in ink. [New title:] KRANTZ, Albert. Poloniæ, gentisque et reipublicae Polonicæ descriptionibus libri duo. Quorum prior Poloniæ & vicinarum regionum descriptionem, hominum mores, vectum & ingenium: alter reipublicæ administrandæ formam complectitur. Opus nunquam antea visum. Frankfurt, Andreæ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2008-11-29 21:13:28
(Catherine de Médicis) [Estienne, Henri]
N.P. [Geneva? Henri Estienne], 1575. First Latin edition of the Discours merveilleux de la vie, actions, et déportemens de Catherine de Médicis (1575). A-G8H3 (without final blank H4). 116 [i.e., 117] pp. (page no. 110 repeated). 1 vols. Sm. 8vo. First Latin edition of this satire (published the same year as the French original), also attributed to Théodore de Bèze or Jean de Serres. "On attribue cet écrit à Henri Estienne, et rien ne parait plus vraisemblable. Le caustique auteur de l'Apologie pour Hérodote étoit bien homme à produire l'outrageux pamphlet, dont, au reste, la grave et sévère histoire a confirmé, sinon approuvé, presque toutes les rudes et souvent brutales affirmations" (Renouard, 143). Adams S-1754; Barbier, I, 1020; Brunet II, 751; cf. Renouard p. 143; Schreiber, 196, n.1. Early 20th-century tan polished calf, marbled endpapers, red leather spine label, a.e.g.; Joints and edges rubbed, upper joint starting, title lightly foxed.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2008-11-28 19:11:13
Guevara, Antonio de (1481-1545).
Venice: Francesco Portonaris, 1575. Leather. Good/In the 16th century, Antonio de Guevara was more famous in Europe than any other Spanish writer. His "Marco Aurelio con el reloj de príncipes," first published 1529, achieved extraordinary success, appearing in more than 40 editions in several languages before 1600. The "Marcus Aurelius" portion pretends to be a translation of a biography of the Emperor discovered in manuscript in the Medici library. The "Dial of Princes" (to use the 16th-century English title) belongs to the tradition of counsel and instruction to heads of state to lead just, courteous and well-rounded lives. This Italian edition by Francesco Portonaris da Trino includes the fourth book (absent in some editions) which deals with sobriety, dipsomania and gluttony. It has several charming illustrations.. 4to (21 cm); 4 parts in one volume, each with separate title page and pagination: [24], 88; [4], 96; [4], 112; [4], 59 leaves. Publisher's woodcut device on title pages. Woodcut historiated and decorated initials, and head- and tailpieces. Eight woodcut medallions and two woodcut illustrations in text.Marginal notes. Bound in later (c17?) calf, with double gilt rules on both boards and gilt-tooled panels on spine. Covers somewhat worn, with upper joint cracked but holding. Not in standard bibliographies (Adams, BM STC Italian).[Attributes: In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Rodger Friedman Rare Book Studio [United States]
2008-11-25 20:38:18
. Radierung v. Braun und Hogenberg, um 1575, 33 x 48,6 cm Dantzigk. Etching by Braun and Hogenberg, ca. 1575, 33 x 48.6 cm (14.9 x 19.1 in.) JPEG pictures upon request.. Besonders dekoratives Blatt. Mit genauen Gebäudebezeichnungen in der Ansicht. Unten links kleine Kartusche mit erklärendem Text: Gedanum, Krantio, in sua Wandalia Gdanum; ... JPEG-Bilder auf Anfrage möglich. Very decorative. With names of buildings in it.
Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Beisler
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2008-11-24 10:56:04
BRAHE, TYCHO. - [TYCHO BRAHE'S ORIGINAL HANDWRITTEN SIGNATURE]
(Uranienborg, Denmark, between 1575 and 1600). The signature is written on 16th cent. paper, cut out from one of Brahe's books, measuring 8,3 x 14,4 cm. This piece of paper is mounted on a 19th cent. piece of paper, measuring 17,4 x 21,9 pp., on which is written in 18th cent. hand in German: "... (?) Unterschrift der hochberühmten Astronom Tÿcho Brahe-/ vorn in einer von seine auf Uranienburg gedrückte Schriften, die er jemand überreicht hat, stand obenstehender EIGENHÄNDIG von ihm geschrieben -/ es sit/ d:dt:/ Tÿcho Brahe" ("...(?) signature of the highly famous astronomer Tycho Brahe-/ at the front of one of his works printed at Uranienburg, which he has given to someone, the above was written by him in HIS OWN HAND -/ that is/ d:dt:/ Tÿcho Brahe").Over the signature, "Tycho Brahe", Brahe has written d:dt: (i.e. d[ono] d[edit], meaning "[Tycho Brahe] gave [this] as a gift).. Exceedingly scarce original handwritten dedication with signature by the illustrious Danish astronomer, the founder of modern observational astronomy, taken out from one of Brahe's works printed at his printing press located at his observatory Uranienborg on the island of Hven.Signatures by Brahe are of the greatest scarcity
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2008-11-17 20:50:20
Ortelius, A.
Ortelius, A., 1575. "Franciae Orientalis (vulgo Franckenlant) Descriptio" und "Monasteriensis et Osnabrugensis Episcopatus". Altkol. Kupf.-Ktn. von S. Rotenhan u. G. Maschop (bei A. Ortelius, um 1575). Zwei Karten auf 1 Blatt. 36,5:51 cm. V. d. Broecke Nr. 100a,b - lat. Ausg. 1584 - Zeigt Franken und die beiden Bistümer Münster u. Osnabrück. - Die Frankenkarte mit kl. ausgem. Rollwerkskart., die Münsterkarte mit gr. ausgem Rollwerkskart. u. Windrose.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Karel Krenek
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2008-10-08 15:33:25
Pagninus
LUGDUNI(1575). Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. ROYAL FOLIO. PRINTED 1575. ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT HEBREW GRAMMARS EVER COMPILED AND AT THE DISPOSAL OF THE TRANSLATORS OF THE KING JAMES BIBLE From the esteemed 18th century library of Thomas Peckitt, himself the author of Hebrew Grammar and other theological works, with his fine bookplate and signature. It should be noted that this is a very important volume in the Biblical Studies; The Trinitarian Bible Society in their April - June 1979 Quarterly Record cites this volume as being at the disposal of the translators for the KING JAMES BIBLE. The Book: Pagninus, "Thesaurus Linguæ Sanctæ", Lugduni, 1575. Large Folio Orginal soft calf with blindstamping, sympathetically rebacked, internally clean. From the famed library of Henry Peckitt, well known 18th century scriptural scholar with his siganture and handsome bookplate. Pagninus was perhaps the greatest of Christian Lexicographers and whose work was fundamental as an aid to 16th-century scriptural translators. A highly important work, only one copy of this 1575 edition in 30 years of auction records and that copy was a very poor one lacking a leaf. (A Finer 1548 Edition of this work Christies June 26, 1996, lot 113 $9240.00) As a measure if Pagninus' importance, it should be noted that that the first printed Bible divided into verses was an Old Testament Latin edition by Pagninus.. Latin, Hebrew. Book Condition: Very Good+. Binding: Half-Leather. Jacket: None
Bookseller: M. Benjamin Katz [Canada]
2008-08-16 13:28:14
Titus Livius.
Venice, Giunta, 1575. - Folio. (4), 18, 537 (but: 523) ff. Woodcut printer’s device on t. p. and last f. verso and several woodcut initials and tailpieces. 18th-c. vellum with gold-stamped label to spine. Second Giunta edition, "la più pregevole di tutte" (Paitoni). Transl. by Jacopo Nardi (b. 1476), the "Supplimento della II. deca" by Francesco Turchi, both of which are praised by Brunet. No historical work was held in higher esteem during the Renaissance; the present edition remained the most complete Italian translation for decades. - Worming to spine. Binding loosened at the beginning and end, otherwise a very nice copy. Edit 16, CNC 34172. Gamba 1480. Poggiali II, 303: "Edizione stimatissima". Haym 19/1. Paitoni II, 213: "La più pregevole di tutte". Cf. Brunet III, 1112. Cf. BM-STC Italian 390.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
2008-07-23 14:42:39
VERGILIUS, POLYDORUS.
Basileæ, Th.Quarinum, 1575. Small 8vo. Cont.full vellum. Small incision in title, repaired. (32),578 pp. + Index.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2008-04-29 18:14:07
Braun, Georg and Hogenberg, Frans:
Cologne, c. 1575. Copper engraving, 29.5 x 49 cms, fine original hand-colour, German text on verso. Views of two towns on the Bay of Naples, Pozzuoli and Baia, on one sheet. Map
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2008-01-27 12:03:36
Laureto, Fratre Hieronymo:
Venetiis, Gasparem Bindonum, & Petrum Lon gum, focios, 1575. Zweiter Band. S 570 - 961, mit gestochenen Vignetten, 23 cm, Pergamenteinband, Erstmals 1568 erschienenes Werk mit Wortkonkordanz zur Bibel.Einband etwas fleckig. Deckel leicht gewölbt. Versand D: 4,50 EUR Theologie, Alte Drucke,
Bookseller: Mephisto-Antiquariat [Germany]
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