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2014-02-24 13:56:14
Magna Carta; Tottell, Richard
1576. 1576 Tottel Edition of Magna Carta [Magna Carta]. Magna Charta, Cum Statutis, Tum Antiquis, Tum Recentibus, Maximopere, Animo Tenendis Nunc Demum ad Unum, Tipis Aedita, Per Richardum Tottell. Anno Domini 1576. [Imprinted at London in Fleetestrete Within Temple Barre at the Signe of the Hand and Starre, By Richard Tottell, The 8. Day of March, 1576]. [viii], 247 ff. Following leaf, a blank, lacking. Octavo (5-1/4" x 3-1/2"). Nineteenth-century calf, gilt rules to boards, raised bands, gilt title, rules and ornaments to spine, gilt board-edge rules, inside dentelles and edges, marbled endpapers. Some rubbing to extremities, corners bumped, rear hinge just starting at ends, armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Some toning to text, occasional faint browning or dampstaining to outer margins, occasional annotations in contemporary court hand, some affected by trimming, contemporary and later signatures to rear endleaf. An attractive copy. * Text in Latin, English and Law-French. With two tables of statutes, one alphabetical. This edition offers one of the earlier printings of the Magna Charta. (The first was printed around 1508 by Richard Pynson.) It also includes corrections to earlier editions, the Charta de Foresta of Henry III, the Statutes of Merton and Marlebridge and additional information useful to "studentes of the lawe" and "practisers of the same." A valuable window on English society in the sixteenth century, the statutes deal with women, wills, leases, forcible entry, "Fraudulent Deedes" and many other topics. The annotations are mostly glosses and interpreti … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-21 18:32:36
Schoppe Caspar
. . VD 17 23:280656Y (nur 1 Ex. in Wolfenbüttel) - Dünnhaupt 3749, 34 - Graff 262.- Erste Ausgabe dieser seltenen gegenreformatorischen Schriften.- "Die Teile scheinen auch einzeln zu existieren." (Dünnhaupt).- Caspar Schoppe (* 27. Mai 1576 in Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz; 19. November 1649 in Padua) war der größte deutsche Propagandist der katholischen Gegenreformation. "Als "consiliarius" Ferdinand's wohnte er 1608 dem Regensburger Reichstage bei, wo seitens der Katholiken die Restitution der säcularisirten geistlichen Güter von den Protestanten verlangt wurde, verfaßte auch eine ganze Reihe religionspolitischer Schriften und besuchte im Auftrage des Erzherzogs eine große Zahl deutscher Fürsten, um den Boden für die Pläne Ferdinand's vorzubereiten." (ADB XXXIII, 481f.).- Titel etw. wasserfleckig u. mit kl. Randläsuren, leicht braun- od. wasserfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2014-02-17 21:12:42
Ursilli, Cesare; D'Afflito, Matteo
1576. Ursilli, Cesare [16th. Cent.]. [D'Afflito, Matteo (c.1450-c.1529)]. Aureae Iurium Addictiones, Annotationes, & Quaedam Advertentiae, Cum Quibusdam Novis Decisionibus Casibusque in Facto Contingentibus ad Decisiones Sacri Consilii D. Matthei de Afflicto. Assito Repertorio Amplissimo Rerum Omnium per Ordinem Alphabeti. Cum Privilegio Anno XV. Venice: Expensis D. Iacobi Anelli de Maria, 1576. [viii], 612, [96] pp. Main text printed in parallel columns. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary quarter patterned paper over contrasting paper boards, early hand-lettered title to bottom edge. Some rubbing with light wear to extremities, front hinge starting. Large woodcut printer device to title page, woodcut initials. Early owner annotation to front pastedown, early signature to title page, a few brief underlinings and check marks to text. Inkspots to edges, faint finger smudges and stains to a few leaves, interior otherwise fresh. * Second edition. With index. First published in 1568, this is a digest of Neapolitan cases decided by Matteo D'Afflito, an important jurist, royal official and author of notable Tractatus de Jure Protomiseos (1544). KVK locates 2 copies of this edition, 4 copies of all editions. 1 copy located in North America (at Harvard Law School). Not in Adams or the British Museum Catalogue..
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2014-02-15 22:10:22
Brant, Sebastian
1576. Brant, Sebastian [1458-1521]. Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista [c.1420-1496]. Titulorum Omnium Iuris, Tam Civilis, Quam Canonici Expositiones. His Accessit Modus Studendi in Utroque Iure, Per Ioannem Baptistam Caccialupum. Omnia ad Vetustorum Exemplarium Fidem nunc Demum Diligentissime Repurgata. Venice: Apud Bartholomaeum Rubinum, 1576. 255, [17] ff. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, early hand-lettered paper title label to spine, thong ties. Light soiling, moderate rubbing to extremities with some minor chipping to spine ends, some wear to spine exposing cords and small section of front joint, small chip to rear cover, front hinge cracked. Light toning to text, minor worming to final 9 leaves with very minor loss to text. Early owner inscription to front free endpaper, later signature and faint stamp (from a monastery library) to title page, interior otherwise clean. * Remembered today as the author of the moral and satirical Narrenschiff (The Ship of Fools), Brant was also a noted legal scholar and humanist. He studied at Basel, where he completed a doctor of laws degree. After serving on Basel's law faculty he moved to Strasbourg, his birthplace, where he became city clerk and enjoyed a position of great prominence. Brant was later appointed imperial councilor by the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I, who elevated him to the nobility. Expositio Titulorum is a renowned textbook devoted to complex passages in Roman and canon law. First published while Brant was in Strasbourg, it summarizes his thoughts concerning Roman and Canon law and reflec … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-15 12:12:28
Staphylus, Friedrich.
Ingolstadt, Alexander Weissenhorn (III), 1576.. 8, 175, 1 Blätter. Holzdeckelband der Zeit mit blindgeprägtem Schweinslederbezug (16,5 x 21 cm).. VD 16, S 8605. - Das erstmals 1565 erschienene "geistige Vermächtniß" (ADB XXXV, 461) des 1512 in Osnabrück geborenen protestantischen Theologen und späteren Konvertiten, der 1564 als herzoglich bayerischer Rat und Professor in Ingolstadt starb. - Dekorativer zeitgenössischer Einband. Innen anfangs minimale Feuchtigkeitsspuren, sonst sauber. Die "HW" und "V" signierte figürliche Rolle auf beiden Deckeln des attraktiven zeitgenössischen Prägebands wird von Haebler (I, 484, 2) einem Stuttgarter Meister zugeordnet. Dabei handelt es sich vermutlich um Hans Wieland (Helwig, Handb. d. Einbandkunde II, 51). - Vordere Längskante mit leichten Feuchtigkeitsspuren, sonst wohlerhalten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Mertens & Pomplun
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2014-02-13 14:33:10
Krantz, Albert (1448-1517, Theol., Jurist u. Poly- Histor): Vgl. ADB XVII 43-DBE VI 71-Jöch.II 2160
Frankf./M. 1576 bzw 1580 bei Andreas Wechel in folio (35 x 22 cm). Einschl. jeweils der Tit.bl.: 6 ungez. Bl, 337, (51) pp u. 12 ungez. Bl, 354 pp, 17 ungez. Bl. Überwieg. einspalt. Dr. mit vielen Zierleisten u. Init. in Holzschn. u. dazu jew. Dr.-Marke mit dem spring. Pegasus über dem Füllhorn, u. zwar die kl. Variante m. den geschwärzt. Dr.- u. Verl.-Init. auf dem Tit. v. 'Metropolis' (Heitz Taf. 61 Nr. 97) u. im übrigen auf Tit. v. 'Saxonia' u. jeweils in fine die größere Var. m. den weiß gehalt. Init. (Heitz Taf. 62 Nr. 98). - Wohlerhalt., sehr schöner zeitgenöss. Blindprägebd - auf 5 erhab. Bünden - m. floralen, figürl. u. geometr. Rollen, das große ornament. Mittelfeld einfass., Ecken etwas gestaucht, Äußeres leicht fleckig u. beschabt, vorder. Vorsatz m. Papierverl. u. Besitzverm. ('Wolter') auf d. Titel, in den ersten 8 ff v. 'Saxonia' minimal. Wurmgang im weißen Rand (kein Textverlust), sonst tadell.! - Krantz bedeutende Geschichtswerke erschienen alle postum. Das wichtig. ist 'Metropolis' (EA: Basel 1548), die Kirchen- Geschichte Hamb. u. Bremens mit den damit verbund. Bistümern in Niedersachsen u. Westfalen betr. die Zeit von 780 bis 1504, hier in der wichtigen Neubearbeitung (insoweit EA) des Juristen (J.C.) und Historikers Joh. Wolf (1537-1600, vgl Jöcher IV 2051) u. mit dessen berühmter Widm. an den Würzburger Fürstbischof Julius (Echter v. Mespelbrunn, 1545/73-1617; vgl ADB XIV 671 ff - NDB X 655f - DBE V 376 - RE IX 628 ff - WW VI 2009 ff) vom März 1576 und in fine befindet sich das Nachwort des Druckers u. die 'Confutatio legendae fabulosae', deren autor bi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-12 13:36:00
Albuquerque, Afonso de.
Lisbon, Joao de Barreira, 1576.. Folio (271 x 200 mm). 578 pp. With woodcut coat-of-arms on title page and two small woodcuts in the text. Recent full vellum binding with gilt borders on sides and gilt compartments on spine.. Second edition, excessively rare and "plus correcte et plus estimee que la premiere" (Palha). Afonso d' Albuquerque (1453-1515), the Great, was one of the most striking personalities in the history of Portuguese discovery and colonialism and is the founder of the Portuguese Empire in the East Indies. "Albuquerque advanced the three-fold Portuguese grand scheme of combating Islam and securing the trade of spices and the establishment of a vast Portuguese Asian empire. He was the first European to enter the Persian Gulf, led the first voyage by a European fleet into the Red Sea" (Wikipedia) and was also the first Westerner to reach the coast of South-Eastern Arabia: "In 1506 Albuquerque was despatched from Lisbon on an expedition, intended to consolidate Portuguese supremacy in the Indian Ocean. His instructions were to monopolize trade with East India for portugal, and to exclude both Venetians and Saracens from Indian waters [...] Attacks were made on the Arab ports at Malindi, Hoja, Lamu and Brava, before continuing to Socotra [...] Sailing from Socotra with six ships, Albuquerque coasted the Arabian peninsula, sacked Muscat and Sohar, and then launched an attack on Hormuz during the months of September and October 1507. In spite of the overwhelming forces assembled against him by the island's twelve-year-old ruler, Albuquerque mounted a successful si … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-11 20:00:14
LOBEL, M.
1576. Antverpiae, ex officina Christophori Plantini, 1576. Folio (298 x 195mm). pp. 671, (1). Title within architectural woodcut border and 1441 woodcuts (together with:) PENA, P. & LOBEL, M. Nova Stirpium Adversaria. Perfacilis vestigatio luculentaque accessio ad Priscorum, praesertim Dioscoridis, & Recentiorum, Materiam Medicam ... Antverpiae, apud Christophorum Plantinum, 1576. Folio. pp. (2), 471, (1), 15, (1), 24, (25-36), (4), Title within architectural woodcut border, with 273 woodcuts. Contemporary calf, gilt ornamented spine in 5 compartments (some old repair, hinges splitting but firm). The 'Plantarum seu Stirpium Historia' is the first edition of the companion volume to Pena and Lobel. 'One of the milestones of modern botany' (DSB). The first edition of Pena & Lobel's work appeared in London 1570-71 and Plantin bought sets of these sheets, gave them a new title page, added 36 leaves of new material at the end and published the whole as 'Nova Stirpium Adversaria' in Antwerp in 1576. These two volumes contain Lobel's effort towards developing a system of plant classification, which was far in advance of other systems then in use. Plants in herbals had until then been arranged either alphabetically or by the symptoms they were appropriate to or other medical characteristics. Lobel sought to classify plants according to botanical criteria only; the system he alighted on was one based on leaf form. This resulted in a formative distinction of monocotyledons and dicotyledons, and some other approximations of natural taxa. Athough his system was not satifactory, and did … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-10 12:47:25
Appianos (Appian).
Lugduni, apud Ant. Gryphium / Lugdunum (Lyon), Anton (Antonius, Antoine) Gryphius 1576.. 16° (ca. 12.8 x 9.6 x 4.6 cm). 8 Bll., 1012 SS., 78 Bll. Titel mit gest. Druckermarke (Devise: Virtute duce, & comite fortuna), letztes Blatt verso mit variierter Druckermarke in Holzschnitt (Antonius Gryphius). Bedeutender Schweinslederband d.Zt. (Rücken grau gefasst u. mit hs. Titel) über Holzdeckeln mit blindgepr. Dekor u. Supralibros, 2 feine Messingschliessen d.Zt. Seiten unterschiedlich gebräunt (einige Lagen stärker), im Kopfsteg stellenweise etwas fleckig (ausserhalb Text). Alters- und Lagerungs-, kaum eigentliche Gebrauchsspuren, Titel mit zeitgenöss. hs. Bibliotheksvermerk. Gesamthaft recht gutes und gepflegtes Exemplar, das leichte Papier recht fest.. Graesse nennt vorrangig diese vorliegende Übersetzung und erwähnt in der Fussnote dazu 3 weitere Lyoner Ausgaben der 2. Hälfte des 16. Jahrhunderts. - Die Druckerei wurde von dem aus Reutlingen stammenden Sebastian Gryphius (Greyff; geboren 1493) gegründet, der von 1520 bis zu seinem Tode 1556 in Lyon gedruckt hat, seit 1528 selbständig. "Seine Ausgaben klassischer Autoren wetteiferten mit denen von Aldus und Estienne." (S. H. Steinberg, Die Schwarze Kunst, 1961, p. 93; vgl. auch H. Barge, Geschichte der Buchdruckerkunst, 1940, p. 181 u. 184). Anton od. Antoine Gryphius dürfte wohl der Sohn des Firmengründers gewesen sein. Für den Druck des vorliegenden Werkes wurde eine feine Kursive in kleinem Schriftgrad gewählt. - Inhalt: De bellis Punicis, Syriacis, Parthicis, Mithridaticis, civilibis, Gallicis seu potius epitome [Omnia per … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Franz Kühne Antiquariat und Kunsthandel
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2014-02-10 01:21:21
Codex Iustinianus, schöner Schweinslederband, Georg von Bleichenbach - Justinian I:
Antwerpen, Philipp Nutius, 1576.. Folio, circa 34,5 x 24 cm. 32 Bll., 2136 Spalten, mit Druckermarke Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. mit figürlichen Platten und Datierung 1577. " VD 16, J 522; nicht im STC. Grosse, reich kommentierte Ausgabe in schöner Typographie mit dem Text in zwei Spalten ringdum von Kommentar umgeben. Folgt der Plantin-Ausgabe vom Vorjahr. - Der hübsche Prägeband mit Portraitrollen und vorne wie hinten jeweils eine Platte, die Frauen mit einem Schwert zeigt (wohl Justitia und Judith). - Titel mit Besitzvermerk Georg von Bleichenbach (Frankfurter Jurist um 1600). "
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2014-02-08 09:45:48
Luther, Martin
. Haus Krafft, Wittenberg, 1576. 14 Bl./392/447 S. mit 2 gestochenen Titeln, 1 Brustportraittafel des Herzogs zu Sachsen, Churfürst/Landgraff in Döringen/Marggraff zu Meissen/und Burggraff zu Magdeburg sowie 290 Holzschnitte von Hans Brosamer. Original Lede. - Hans Brosamer (1495 in Fulda - 1554 in Erfurt) war deutscher Maler, Kupferstecher und Formschneider, nach Lucas Cranach dem Älteren, bei dem er Schüler war, war er der zweite Illustrator der Luther-Bibel. Die Holzschnitte in der Ausgabe von 1576 sind id
Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat
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2014-01-08 06:38:47
PORCACCHI Tomaso
appresso Iacomo Vidali 1576 in 8 piccolo, pp. 8 nn., 471, bella leg. coeva in p/perg., ds, a nervi con tit. in oro, tagli blu, marca tip. al front., capil. e finalini, carattere corsivo. Edizione giudicata dal Gamba (1465) una delle pi ricche. Magnifico esempl. 245/19
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria La Fenice
2013-12-28 21:57:48
INGRASSIA, Giovanni Filippo
Palermo: G. M. Mayda, 1576. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Two parts in one. 4to (203x147 mm). [8], 312, [32] pp.; 205, [15] pp., woodcut device of Justice on title and on QQ6r, printer's device on cc4r, 3 full-page engravings in part 1 on t4v, S2v, CC2v, very minor browning and spotting. Contemporary vellum. An excellent copy of a rare work. ---- Durling 2547; Waller 5068; Wellcome I, 3417; Hirsch-H. III, 374. - First edition. Important account of the outbreak of the plague in Sicily in 1575/76 and the medical countermeasures introduced by the author. Ingrassia (c. 1510-1580) was an important anatomist, teaching at Naples, and a clinician: his work in Palermo was of great value in containing the outbreak of plague there. A Pars quinta was published in 1577 (see Wellcome I 3417), but this is not present here, nor in the British Library copy. It is similarly neither in the Waller copy, nor that described by Durling. Fine.
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2013-11-05 20:06:35
[SAXO GRAMMATICUS]. SAXONE GRAMMATICO. - [THIRD AND LAST 16TH CENTURY LATIN EDITION]
Frankfurt am Main, And. Wechel, 1576. Folio. Bound in contemporary blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards with the two original brass clasps. Hinges with grey coloured repair. Lower part of spine with traces after having been coloured red and blue. A very fine and clean copy. [Saxo:] (8), 342, (24) pp + 1 blank leaf + [Germanicarum Rerum Quatuor... :] (10), 224, (10) ff.]. ¶ Third and last 16th century Latin edition of Saxo's "History of Denmark", edited by Philip Loncier, rector of the Frankfurt Gymnasium.Saxo Grammaticus (ab. 1150-1220) was probably a secular clerk or secretary to Absalon, Archbishop of Lund, the great Danish churchman, statesman and warrior. Saxo is remembered today as the author of the first full history of Denmark, in which he modeled himself on the classical authors (e.g. Virgil, Plato, Cicero) in order to glorify his fatherland. The work dates from the end of the 12th century and was edited by Christiern Pedersen, a Canon of Lund, and printed by Jodocus Badius Ascendius in Paris in 1514 (the editio princeps) with 16th century re-issues following in 1534 (Basel) and 1576 (the present). Only with the first printing of this seminal work did the work become known throughout academic circles. The work soon received international fame and is to this day renowned as not only being immensely important historically, but also being extremely well written (Saxo is praised by Erasmus, for instance, for possessing great power of eloquence). The work consists of sixteen books that cover the time from the founders of the Danish people (Dan I of Denmark) till Saxo' … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [Denmark]
2013-10-25 19:00:44
HOLLERIUS, Iacobus
Lugduni, apud Guilielmum Rovillium, 1576. 1576 Prima edizione di questo celebre commento all'opera di Ippocrate. In folio, c.nn. 16, p. 1130, cb, c.nn. 35 (manca l'ultima, bianca). Testo greco, traduzione latina in carattere corsivo, seguita dal commento, in tondo. Tarli, che non toccano il testo, alle prime due carte. Frontespizio rinforzato ai margini, leggermente lacunosi. Alcuni interventi marginali di antica mano a penna. Leggera brunitura diffusa in tutto il volume. Legatura ottocentesca in pergamena con impressioni in oro e tassello al dorso. (Durling, 1576; Graesse, III, 282).
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marisa Meroni
2013-09-28 20:24:31
HOLLERIUS, Iacobus
Lugduni, apud Guilielmum Rovillium, 1576. 1576 Prima edizione di questo celebre commento all'opera di Ippocrate. In folio, c.nn. 16, p. 1130, cb, c.nn. 35 (manca l'ultima, bianca). Testo greco, traduzione latina in carattere corsivo, seguita dal commento, in tondo. Tarli, che non toccano il testo, alle prime due carte. Frontespizio rinforzato ai margini, leggermente lacunosi. Alcuni interventi marginali di antica mano a penna. Leggera brunitura diffusa in tutto il volume. Legatura ottocentesca in pergamena con impressioni in oro e tassello al dorso. (Durling, 1576; Graesse, III, 282).
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marisa Meroni
2013-09-20 16:53:56
BRAHE, Tycho.
First trade edition of one of Brahe's most important works, a description of his famous astronomical instruments (the most advanced in the world for their time), his globe, and his observatory on the island of Hven. Brahe's observations formed the basis upon which Kepler established his three laws of planetary motion.<br/><br/> ❧Sparrow, Milestones of Science 29; Norman 320.<br/><br/> "In 1576, King Frederick II conferred upon Brahe the lifelong use of the island of Hven in the Danish Sound. There the astronomer constructed the most advanced astronomical observatory of his time, which he christened Uraniborg (heavenly castle); in 1584 he added a second observatory, Stjerneborg, with additional instruments in 5 subterranean rooms and a study with only the vaulted roof and the tops of the walls above ground. Brahe's brass-encased globe was housed in the library of the main building: 'On this globe, over the years, Tycho marked the exact positions, referred to the year 1600, of the fixed stars that he observed... In the southwest room on the ground floor at Uraniborg... was Tycho's most famous instrument, the mural quadrant [for measuring the altitude at which celestial bodies crossed the meridian], with a radius of about six feet... Inside the quadrant's arc, for ornamental purposes, was painted a life-size portrait of Tycho seated at a table, with arm outstretched as though pointing to a cylinder...' (DSB). <br/><br/> "The two observatories and principal instruments, including the great globe, now preserved in Copenhagen, are illustrated and fully described in the pre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophia Rare Books
2013-08-23 04:53:14
Brant, Sebastian
1576. Brant, Sebastian [1458-1521]. Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista [c.1420-1496]. Titulorum Omnium Iuris, Tam Civilis, Quam Canonici Expositiones. His Accessit Modus Studendi in Utroque Iure, Per Ioannem Baptistam Caccialupum. Omnia ad Vetustorum Exemplarium Fidem nunc Demum Diligentissime Repurgata. Venice: Apud Bartholomaeum Rubinum, 1576. 255, [17] ff. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, early hand-lettered paper title label to spine, thong ties. Light soiling, moderate rubbing to extremities with some minor chipping to spine ends, some wear to spine exposing cords and small section of front joint, small chip to rear cover, front hinge cracked. Light toning to text, minor worming to final 9 leaves with very minor loss to text. Early owner inscription to front free endpaper, later signature and faint stamp (from a monastery library) to title page, interior otherwise clean. * Remembered today as the author of the moral and satirical Narrenschiff (The Ship of Fools), Brant was also a noted legal scholar and humanist. He studied at Basel, where he completed a doctor of laws degree. After serving on Basel's law faculty he moved to Strasbourg, his birthplace, where he became city clerk and enjoyed a position of great prominence. Brant was later appointed imperial councilor by the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I, who elevated him to the nobility. Expositio Titulorum is a renowned textbook devoted to complex passages in Roman and canon law. First published while Brant was in Strasbourg, it summarizes his thoughts concerning Roman and Canon law and re … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-08-10 08:49:14
Magna Carta; Tottell, Richard
1576. [Magna Carta]. Magna Charta, Cum Statutis, Tum Antiquis, Tum Recentibus, Maximopere, Animo Tenendis Nunc Demum ad Unum, Tipis Aedita, Per Richardum Tottell. Anno Domini 1576. [Imprinted at London in Fleetestrete Within Temple Barre at the Signe of the Hand and Starre, By Richard Tottell, The 8. Day of March, 1576]. [viii], 247 ff. Following leaf, a blank, lacking. Octavo (5-1/4" x 3-1/2"). Nineteenth-century calf, gilt rules to boards, raised bands, gilt title, rules and ornaments to spine, gilt board-edge rules, inside dentelles and edges, marbled endpapers. Some rubbing to extremities, corners bumped, rear hinge just starting at ends, armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Some toning to text, occasional faint browning or dampstaining to outer margins, occasional annotations in contemporary court hand, some affected by trimming, contemporary and later signatures to rear endleaf. An attractive copy. * Text in Latin, English and Law-French. With two tables of statutes, one alphabetical. This edition offers one of the earlier printings of the Magna Charta. (The first was printed around 1508 by Richard Pynson.) It also includes corrections to earlier editions, the Charta de Foresta of Henry III, the Statutes of Merton and Marlebridge and additional information useful to "studentes of the lawe" and "practisers of the same." A valuable window on English society in the sixteenth century, the statutes deal with women, wills, leases, forcible entry, "Fraudulent Deedes" and many other topics. The annotations are mostly glosses and interpretive comments. Beale, A Bibliography … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-08-09 19:05:15
INGRASSIA, Giovanni Filippo
Palermo: G. M. Mayda, 1576. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Two parts in one. 4to (203x147 mm). [8], 312, [32] pp.; 205, [15] pp., woodcut device of Justice on title and on QQ6r, printer's device on cc4r, 3 full-page engravings in part 1 on t4v, S2v, CC2v, very minor browning and spotting. Contemporary vellum. An excellent copy of a rare work. ---- Durling 2547; Waller 5068; Wellcome I, 3417; Hirsch-H. III, 374. - First edition. Important account of the outbreak of the plague in Sicily in 1575/76 and the medical countermeasures introduced by the author. Ingrassia (c. 1510-1580) was an important anatomist, teaching at Naples, and a clinician: his work in Palermo was of great value in containing the outbreak of plague there. A Pars quinta was published in 1577 (see Wellcome I 3417), but this is not present here, nor in the British Library copy. It is similarly neither in the Waller copy, nor that described by Durling. Fine. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
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2013-08-09 12:40:17
LASSUS, Orlande de 1532-1594
Paris: Adrien le Roy & Robert Ballard. 1576. 2 volumes. Oblong quarto. Tenor and bass parts, each a total of 16 leaves consisting of 1f. (recto title within elaborate woodcut border incorporating musical motifs, verso full-page armorial woodcut), [1] (dedication to Wilhelm V, Ferdinand and Ernest de Bavière, Palatine Counts), + 26 pp. typeset music in diamond-head notation with text + [1] (index) + [1] fine full-page wooduct device incorporating a winged horse within decorative oval border, [1] (blank) pp. With fine historiated woodcut initials throughout. & & A collection of 24 motets for 3 voices. Provenance: The collection of André Meyer (1884-1974).& & Disbound. Some browning and dampstaining; several leaves detached; traces of adhesive tape to spines. Two parts of three (lacking the cantus firmus part). . Second Edition of Lassus's motets for three voices. Rare. RISM L886 (only two complete sets recorded); the first edition was published In Munich in 1575, a year before the present edition (copies in Madrid only). Lesure & Thibault no. 194. & & "[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...." & & "A distinguishing feature of Lassus’s ceremonial pieces honouring the Wittelsbachs is their personal tone, evident proof of the composer’s close relationship with his employers. This is seen in Multarum hic resonat, addressed to Wilhelm on his name day in 1571, and in Haec quae ter triplici [present in this collection], the dedicatory piece of a collectio … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-24 16:32:36
Mercati, Michele
Romae: Vincentio Accolto, 1576. (24) + 143 pages; (title page continued): "Nella quale si contengono i piu eletti & approuati rimedij, con molti nuoi e potenti secret cosi da preseruarsi come da curarsi. Aggiuntevi tre altre instruttioni Sopra: Veleni occutamente minstrati Podagra & Paralisi..."; Italian work on medicine, various cures for disease and the plague by Mercati; title with elaborate printers' ornament; woodcut initials & small ornaments; binding approx.. 9" x 6 3/4" (22.75 x 17 cm); a couple of small contemporary marginal annotations in the text; previous owner name of Josephebus Hieronymus Gerardus at bottom margin of title page; bound in much later polished paper covered boards, with decoratively hand-written spine titles in black and red on spine; title page with a small oval ink stamp bearing the initial "N" with a crown above & a tiny armorial blind stamp at top right corner; some soiling and wear to covers, paper spine covering chipped away at base 1", splitting at edges; text block solidly sewn; some light spotting to leaves, mostly marginal, some offsetting; front endpaper, title & next leaf with a bit of worming at front edge margin, unobtrusive; endpaper with closed edge-tear; in very good condition; there is a group of biographical material on Mercati (1541 - 1593) by the Indiana University scholar of early science Richard S. Westfall in his Galileo Project database online, which notes that Mercati took doctorates at Pisa in medicine & philosophy and states that Mercati owed his position in the Vatican botanical garden to the patronage of successi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-22 10:52:17
Cartaceo coevo, cm 21,5x15, pp 4, 4 carte bianche. Stemma mediceo al front., bel capolett. figurato. Due pagine recano, al verso, con segnatura coeva a penna, i numeri 69 e 70. Ottimo esempl., nitido e con ampi margini.
Bookseller: Editoriale Umbra
2013-07-20 09:56:44
Franck, Caspar:
Ingolstadt, D. Schneider 1576.. 8 Bll., 529 S., 48 Bll. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln, 1 Schließe (v. 2); Rücken schwarz übermalt und mit neueren Papierrückenschildern. VD 16 F 2037; Stalla 1321. - Erste Ausgabe. Alphabetisches Verzeichnis von Ketzern von Abelonius zu Zeno. Franck war lutherischer Prediger in Haag/Obb. und konvertierte 1568 zum katholischen Glauben. - Teilw. fleckig, gering gebräunt, erste Bll. mit kl. Wurmspur im unteren Rand. Innendeckel mit Stempel u. Exlibris, Titel mit altem Besitzvermerk.
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2013-07-18 17:44:28
HENTEN, Jean (editor). Henten, Johannes.:
Venetiis, Apud Haeredes Nicolai Bevilaquae, & socios, 1576.. Cum licentia superiorum. FIRST ISSUE 1576, Latin text, FOLIO, approximately 385 x 255 mm, 15 x 10 inches, elaborate engraved architectural title page with vignette of St Jerome and the lion below title (repeated on *4r,) the borders with scroll work and grotesques, the words "Biblia ad vetustissima" zylographic, woodcut pictorially decorated headpieces, large historiated initials, numerous small decorated initials, tailpieces and other decorations, 610 very interesting woodcut illustrations including 42 repetitions (the St Jerome already noted), text printed in 2 columns, Roman letter and small Roman marginalia, pages: [16], 792, 16 of 62, LACKING PAGES 655/656 and INDEX PAGES 17-62 PLUS COLOPHON LEAF, collation: *8, A-Ccc8 (-Ss8), Ddd4, A-D8 (-2nd B-2nd D8), bound in modern dark blue morocco grain leather, raised bands to spine, gilt title and date, 4 new endpaper leaves. Spine darkened and covers unevenly darkened, a touch of rubbing to head of spine and top corners, title page slightly darkened in fore-edge and upper margins, very little pale browning within border, very slight wear to lower half of fore-edge, similar darkening to following 7 leaves, large pale brown damp stain to lower corners of *3-C1 diminishing in size and intensity, tiny worm track in top margin from *4-*7, another from Yy4-Zz6, and in fore-edge margin from Aaa1-to (2nd)A8, no loss of text, a little pale foxing to upper margin, occasional small stains or marks to margins, small light stain on 4 pages, no loss of legibility, small closed te … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-06-11 20:44:21
AQUINO, Tomás de.
Amberes: Antverpiae, apud Viduam & Haeredes Ioannis Steelsij, 1576 Gran folio; 22 hs., 416 pp., 288 pp. Encuadernación en piel gofrada en seco sobre tabla, de la época, con pérdidas en lomera.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
2013-06-10 14:09:17
Johannes van der Straet detto STRADANUS (Bruges 1523 - Firenze 1605)
Il più importante impegno dello Stradano per l?arazzeria medicea fu l?esecuzione dei cartoni per il ciclo di 28 arazzi con scene di caccia destinati alla villa di Poggio a Caiano (1567). Queste incisioni appartengono al più antico gruppo di illustrazioni incise su disegno dello Stradano, ideate da Hieronimus Cock. Con grande lungimiranza egli intuì la fortuna che l?opera avrebbe riscosso, stipulando con lo Stradano un contratto per un numero cospicuo di disegni. La serie più antica consta di 6 tavole con la bordura incise a partire dal 1570. Successivamente alla morte di Cock la vedova publicò altre due serie da 6 tavole, una nel 1574 e l?altra, quella che proponiamo, nel 1576. Magnifiche prove, impresse su carta vergata coeva con filigrana ?p gotico? (Briquet 8892 ove presente), con sottili margini, leggeri segni di usura nell?angolo inferiore destro di alcune tavole, piccoli interventi di restauro perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. Dimensioni circa 292x215. Hollstein IV p. 190, 512-514; A. Baroni Vannucci, pp. 354 /355, 685, 7/12. The most important work Stradano produced for the Medicean tapestry was the realization of the cartoons for the 28 arrases cycle with hunting scenes, which were intended to be hung in the Poggio a Caiano Villa (1567). These engravings belong to the most ancient production after Stradano?s drawings, realized by Hieronimus Cock.He had the farsightedness to understand that this work would have had great success, so he signed a contract with Stradano to have a considerable amount of drawings. The most ancient ser … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-09 18:52:08
Arnigio Bartolomeo
In Brescia, Francesco e Pietro Maria fratelli de'Marchetti, 1577 (colophon 1576). 1576 In-4° (215x150mm), pp. (12), 700, (12) di indici ed errata (l'indice, su due colonne, è riquadrato tipograficamente), (2) bianche, legatura antica p. pergamena rigida con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Ancora aldina al frontespizio. Dedicatoria dell'autore a Girolamo Bonelli, Marchese di Cassano. Testatine e capilettera figurati incisi in xilografia. Carattere italico. Registro al colophon. Una firma di possesso al margine superiore del titolo. Sparsi aloni e arrossature leggere. Buon esemplare. Prima edizione di questo trattato di morale ripartito in dieci "veglie", che si fingono tenute fra amici nella casa bresciana di Orrensio Domizio; l'opera fu anche tradotta in francese da Pierre de Larrivey (Troyes, 1608). I conversari hanno per oggetto i più vari temi legati alla morale: la ricerca del bene e della felicità, l'ignoranza come fattore di inclinazione al male, l'ubriachezza, gli effetti dell'ira e dell'impazienza, l'eccesso di curiosità, i giochi leciti e illeciti, la vera religione, la vergogna, la temperanza, il matrimonio, la menzogna, etc. L'Arnigio (Brescia, 1523-ivi, 1577) fu letterato, poeta di intonazione petrarchesca e medico, membro dell'Accademia degli Occulti. STC Italian, p. 56. Adams, A-1990. Brunet, I, p. 491. Graesse, I, p.225. Passano, Novellieri, I, p. 28. B.I.N.G., 95. Olschki, Choix, 1752. Sull'Arnigio: Rossi, Elogi istorici de' Bresciani illustri, pp. 390-392; Cozzando, Libraria Bresciana, pp. 49-51; Mazzuchelli, Gli Scrittori d'Italia, I, 2, pp. 1109-1112.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-06-09 16:07:57
Zosimo - Procopio di Cesarea (et alii)
Basileae, Ex Officina Petri Pernae, (1576). 1576 In-folio (322x218mm), pp. (36), 700, (36) di indice su tre colonne, legatura settecentesca m. pelle e angoli con titolo in oro su tassello e filetti in oro al dorso. Piatti cartonati. Tagli colorati a spruzzo. Impresa allegorica editoriale incisa in xilografia al frontespizio. Dedicatoria del curatore, Johannes Leunclavius (1533 ca-1593), a "Ioan. Sambucum Pannonium". Capilettera istoriati in xilografia. Una brunitura al frontespizio toccante l'impresa editoriale. Diffusi aloni e fioriture, brutti strappi al margine inferiore delle pp. 535-546, senza però perdita di testo. Discreto stato. Rara cinquecentina di Basilea (la data è desunta dall'Adams) di questa raccolta di opere storiche dell'antichità classica e dell'Umanesimo. Comprende: uno stralcio su Zosimo dalla "Bibliotheca" di Fozio, "De Agathia ex ipsius Historiarum Proemio", l'"Apologia Pro Zosimo", "Agathias interpolatus", le "Historiae Novae" di Zosimo, il "De Bello Persico" di Procopio di Cesarea, il "De Bello Vandilico" dello stesso Procopio, il "De Bello Gothorum", ancora di Procopio, "De Iustiniani Ceasaris aedificijs Orationes sex", il "De Bello Gothorum" di Agazia (poeta e storico bizantino del VI secolo, la cui opera è di estrema importanza per lo studio del regno di Giustiniano), "De Regnorum ac Temporum successione liber" del vescovo Jordanes (o Jornandes), il "De Bello Iatlico adversus Gothos" di Leonardo Bruni (Leonardo Aretino). Fra gli autori raccolti hanno speciale rilievo Zosimo e Procopio di Cesarea. Zosimo, storico bizantino del V secolo noto unicam … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-06-08 09:11:49
BACCI Andrea.
(Aldo il Giovane). 1576 In-4° antico (cm 22,3 x 15,4), leg. coeva in piena pergamena molle, pp. n.n. 16, pp. n. 309(1), 1 c. bianca. Capilettera, testatine e finalini xilografici. Importante opera del naturalista marchigiano (S. Elpidio a Mare, 1524 - Roma, 1600). Seconda edizione, sulla prima: Roma, 1558. Foro alla pergamena del dorso. Macchiolina al margine esterno da p. 73 a p. 90, a scemare. Leggermente rifilato al margine superiore. Buon esemplare. (LOZZI, II, 5313; GAMBA, 1220; GRAESSE, I, 270 'La première édition (...) est moins complète.').
Bookseller: Daris
2013-02-10 23:57:27
GIRARD (DE) Bernard
Pierre l'Huillier In-4 gr. (mm. 362x228), p. pergam. antica (restaur. per manc.), dorso a cordoni con tit. ms., 20 cc.nn., 1302 pp.num., 35 cc.nn., marca tipograf. al frontesp. e al fine inc. su legno, ritratto dell'A. in medaglione (silografato al verso del frontesp.), ornato da elaborate testat. e grandi iniziali a vignetta, pure inc. su legno. Storia dei 53 re di Francia da "Pharamond premier Roy des Francons, Francs, ou François à Charles VII fils de Charles sixième". "Prima edizione", rara. Cfr. Brunet,II,1612 - Adams,I,732 - Biographie Universelle,XIX,316: "L'ouvrage de Bernard de Girard, seigneur de Haillan (1535-1610) est remarquable en ce que c'est le premier corps d'histoire de France qui ait paru dans notre langue". Con uniformi arross. più o meno pesanti, fiorit. e lievi aloni margin.; frontesp. restaur. per fori di tarlo, ma complessivam. esempl. in buono stato di conservazione.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-01-03 18:04:17
Vergilius, Polydorus:
Rom, Bladius Erben, 1576.. 23, 1 w. Bll., 478 S Prgt. mit handschriftl. Rückentitel.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2013-01-01 10:32:28
[Holy Bible]. Beza, Theodore [1519 - 1605] - Translator
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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2013-01-01 10:32:28
[Holy Bible]. Beza, Theodore [1519 - 1605] - Translator
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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2013-01-01 10:32:28
[Holy Bible] Beza, Theodore [1519 - 1605] - Translator
Heidelbergae [Heidelberg]: Excudebat Iacobus Mylius, impensis Matthaei Harnisch, 1576. 1st edition thus. Not in Adams, nor in Darlow & Moule [though see 6162, for a 1574 edition of this translation]. Period C. full brown calf with centerpiece arabesque, bracketed by initials "H D", stamped in blind to both boards. Bookplate. 2P1 lacking lower corner (affects text of printed gloss on 2P1r). Extensive prior owner marginal notes to E7v, O6v, O7r, 2C5v, 2D3v & 2D4r. Withal, a VG copy of a rare 16th C New Testament.. [5], 302, [1 (blank)] ll. Printer's device to t.p. Tailpieces. Printer's device to last page. 8vo: A - 2Q^8 [2Q8 a blank]. 6-14" x 3-7/8" The blindstamped arabesque on this binding strongly supports a 16th C. origin [cf. Gibson. EARLY OXFORD BINDINGS]. OCLC records 4 holdings, of which just one is in the United States [St. Mark's Library]. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2012-12-30 20:08:41
VINCHEBONS, DAVID.
Incisione in rame all'acquaforte, b/n, cm 41,7 x 68 (il foglio). Autore di origine fiamminga (Olanda, 1576 ca. - 1629 ca.). Fu pittore, incisore e disegnatore di storia e di paesaggi; in alcuni suoi quadri le figure furono realizzate da Rottenhammer e da Bruegel il Vecchio, del quale sub? notevole l'influenza. Bella scena realizzata con un minuzioso lavoro dell'inciso. Purtroppo rifilata su tutti i lati e con piccole mancanze ai margini del foglio e su alcuni particolari dell'inciso.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2012-12-29 13:06:34
Maranta Bartolomeo.
Cm. 15, cc. (12) 251 (10) di cui la penultima con i dati tip. completi e l'ultima bianca. Bella legatura d'inizio '800 realizzata con un manoscritto quattrocentesco. Ex libris. Carte appena un po' brunite e con qualche nota manoscritta coeva. Esemplare fresco, marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Copia appartenuta al celebre storico della medicina Ludwig Choulant (1791-1861) di cui appare la firma di possesso datata Dresda 1829. Si tratta della prima edizione latina che segue l'originale italiano del 1572. Opera prevalentemente divulgativa, indirizzata agli speziali ed in cui il Maranta espone i poteri curativi e prodigiosi della theriaca. Cfr. Durling, 2949 e Wellcome I.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2012-12-25 14:47:50
SAXO GRAMMATICUS.
Andreas Wechel, Frankfurt am Main 1576. Lille folio. (8)+342+(24) sider. Komplet med det blanke sidste blad. Træskåret bogtrykker-bomærke på titelbladet og på sidste side. Samtidigt hellæderbind. Ydre false delvis sprængt og med noget uskøn reparation (bør og kan restaureres). Forsatse fornyet. Indvendige false forstærket mellem 2 ark (aII-aIII & aIII-A). I øvrigt et rent og velbevaret eksemplar med brede margener.. Bibliotheca Danica III,9. Lauritz Nielsen 1450. Thesaurus I,190. Tredje trykte udgave af Saxos Danmarkskrønike - forgængerne udkom hhv. i 1515 og 1534. ** The last issue (of three) to appear in the 16th century of the most important medieval chronicle on Danish history and culture. Among Saxo´s tales, Shakespeare found the account on the ancient prince Hamlet. Contemporary calf. Outer hinges partly broken and with old repair (that should and could be redone). Inside a clean and well-preserved copy with wide margins
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat
2012-12-24 19:58:49
TOLETUS, FRANCISCUS. - [TOLETUS' GREAT "DE ANIMA"-COMMENTARY]
Colobne, Arnoldus Birckmannus, 1576. 4to. Lovely contemporary full richly blindstamped pigskin binding over wooden boards. Raised bands to spine and rich ornaments to baords. With the original brass/leather clasps fully preserved. Spine a bit worn, and with contemporary hand-written title. Lower edge of front board a bit sooted and a black stain to front board. Internally very fine and clean with only very minor occasional browning. A single, small, non-disturbing wormhole fron beginning to end. A few old underlinings. Woodcut title-vignette and woodcut initials throughout. (8), 179, (1) pp. ¶ The extremely scarce second edition of Toletus' hugely important commentary, with the equally important questions, on Aristotle's "On the Soul", being one of the most important Renaissance commentaries on one of the most influential and commented on philosophical works of all times. The work was of great importance to late Renaissance thought and the theories presented here widely influenced seventeenth-century scholasticism.<br><br>This highly influential and extremely popular work originally appeared in 1575 and was reprinted twenty-two times by 1625. The 1570'ies editions of the work are of the utmost scarcity. No auction records have been noted within the last 40 years, the only one being the 1583-edition, which is also the most commonly found in library-holdings; only two copies of the first edition from 1575 are in libraries worldwide, and likewise merely two copies of this second edition. Apart from those four copies, the earliest edition listed by OCLC is that from 1580. <br> … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2012-11-12 20:24:39
Iansenii. Cornelii, Episcopi Gandavensis (Cornelius Jansenius).
- Lovaina ( Flandes - Belgica ). Apud Petrum Zangrium Tiletanum. 1576. 34x22 cm. portada con Emblema +3 folios dedicatoria a Phipippo II+8 folios de Índices+1123 págs.+7 folios de Indices, 3 portadas con Emblema, en las páginas 231 ¿ 479 ¿ 748. Letras Capitulares ilustradas, Gran Encuadernación en plena piel época, sobre tabla, nervios, planos gofrados con figuras humanas y texto debajo, encuadradas en pasillos, cantoneras metálicas en puntas inferiores y canto, falto de algún trocito de metal, lomo roto y faltando un trozo entre nervio y nervio, marca de cierres que no tiene, cortes tintados, al verso de la tapa superior manuscrito en Vitela de época anterior al libro, utilizado como refuerzo de la tapa, en guarda posterior manuscrito de la época. Exlibris de anterior propietario. Jansenius fué el primer obispo de la diocesis de Gante en 1568, nombrado por Felipe II, participo como doctor de Teologia en el concilio de Trento, siendo presidente del colegio de teologia de la Universidad de Lovaina entre 1562 - 1568. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Torreón de Rueda
2012-06-26 16:58:11
Kempis Tommaso da
apud Iuntas, Venetijs 1576 - In-8° piccolo (125x76mm), ff. (1), 360, (7), (2) bianche, legatura antica p. pergamena con titolo manoscritto in antico al dorso. Tagli a spruzzo. Impresa giuntina al frontespizio. Testatine e capilettera ornati in xilografia. Registro al colophon. Dedica a stampa di Filippo Giunti a Sante Cini. Una firma di antica mano al margine inferiore del titolo. Lunga annotazione ottocentesca al verso del risguardo anteriore. Ottimo stato. Raccolta di opuscoli mistico-devozionali del presunto autore dell'Imitatio Christi. Si tratta di una ristampa dell'edizione stampata a Firenze da Filippo Giunti del 1568. EDIT16 CNCE 27497. STC Italian, p. 323. Camerini, I, 2, n. 784. Non in Adams.
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)
2012-06-25 20:17:27
Fayser,J.
Augsburg Manger für Willer 1576 - Die vorliegende verbesserte Neubearbeitung gab Fayser erstmals 1570 heraus (wie Vorgebunden: (Federico Grisone. Künstlicher Bericht und allerzierlichste beschreybung wie die Streitbarn Pferdt . zum Ernst und Ritterlicher Kurtzweil geschickt und volkommen zumachen. In . wolverstendlichem Teutsch . dermassen in druck verfertiget . durch J. Fayser). 118 num. (statt 150) Blatt. Mit 70 (statt 89) blattgroßen altkolorierten Holzschnitten. Weißer, geglätteter Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln. Es fehlen unter anderem der Titel mit breiter Holzschnittbordüre und - wie so oft - der doppelblattgroße Holzschnitt. - Durchgehend stärker fleckig und gebräunt, meist mit Farbabklatsch, mehrere Blätter mit hinterlegten Randläsuren, teils mit ergänzten Eckabrissen (mit Bild- und Textverlust), geklebten und vereinzelt unschön reparierten Randausrissen. Insgesamt schönes Exemplar. VD 16, F 670. STC 299. Wellcome I, 2183. Zachert-Zeidler II, 529. Wohl erste und einzige Ausgabe. Fayser war Stallmeister des Herzogtums Franken und des Bistums Würzburg VD 16, G 3372. Becker, Amman 127. Vgl. Lipperheide Tc 3 und Menessier de la Lance I, 579f. Freie und erweiterte deutsche Bearbeitung eines der schönsten Pferdebücher überhaupt, das italienische Original erschien 1558, ins Deutsche erstmals 1566 übersetzt. Die vorliegende verbesserte Neubearbeitung gab Fayser erstmals 1570 heraus (wiederholt dann 1573). Die Holzschnitte wurden früher zu Unrecht Jost Amman zugeschrieben (Becker 127) in Wahrheit dienten sie ihm nur als Vorlage für seine "Ritterliche Reutter-Kunst" von … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Neusser Buch & Kunst Antiquariat [Germany]
2012-06-24 20:55:32
Bernardus, Clarevallensis [Sanctus Bernardus]
Lugduni: Gulielmo Rovillium, 1576. Early edition [1576], first published in 1556. In Latin. Early binding with decorative blindstamped subralibros on both covers, raised spine bands, cover piercings for ties or clasp, about 12cm tall, 774, [26] pages. Most of spine covering chipped away, front cover holding by two of three binder's cords, corners worn to rounded, ties or clasp no longer present, text block sound, front free endpaper detached but present, minor insect damage to outer margins of last few leaves, notes on front free endpaper and verso of title page, occasional old notes and underlining, name of J. Davey on title page. Hard Cover. Fair. 32mo-over 4"-5" tall. Fair. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Resource Books, LLC [U.S.A.]
2012-06-16 14:56:42
NICOLAY
Guillaume Silvius 1576 - Petit in-4 de (8) ff., 325 pp. (nombreuses erreurs de pagination), (15) ff., 60 planches de costumes à pleine page. Relié en plein vélin rigide à recouvrement de l'époque, dos lisse avec le titre manuscrit. Reliure de l'époque. PREMIERE EDITION EN ITALIEN, TRADUITE SUR L'EDITION FRANÇAISE PUBLIEE A LA MEME DATE PAR LE MEME IMPRIMEUR. LA PRESENTE EDITION EST ORNEE DE 60 SUPERBES PLANCHES GRAVEES SUR BOIS DE COSTUMES. BEL EXEMPLAIRE GRAND DE MARGES CAR CONSERVE DANS SA PREMIERE RELIURE EN VELIN A RECOUVREMENT DE L'EPOQUE. *** FIRST EDITION IN ITALIAN, TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH EDITION PUBLISHED AT THE SAME DATE AND BY THE SAME PRINTER.THE PRESENT EDITION IS ILLUSTRATED WITH 60 SUPERB WOOD ENGRAVED PLATES OF COSTUMES. A NICE WIDE-MARGINED COPY PRESERVED IN ITS ORIGINAL OVERLAPPING VELLUM BINDING. *** [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Camille Sourget
2012-06-12 20:33:45
Vergilius, Polydorus:
Rom, Bladius Erben, 1576.. 23, 1 w. Bll., 478 S Prgt. mit handschriftl. Rückentitel.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2012-06-01 15:13:59
LUCANI, M.Annei
Felipe Nuncio. Amberes. 1576 - Portada con escudo de impresor y firma de propietario. Algún subrayado en texto y anotación manuscrita en página 5 y 97. 270p. Encuadernación en piel moderna.
Bookseller: MUNDUS LIBRI- ANA FORTES [Spain]
2012-05-22 19:02:41
FROBISHER, MARTIN:
. De Eerste na China ondernoomen, om derwaards een Straat, of Doortogt te vinden. In 't Jaar 1576. De Tweede, om het Noord-Westen een nieuwe Doorgang na Cataya, China en Oost-Indien, te vinden. In het Jaar 1577. De Derde na Cataya, om derwaards, een onbekende Straat, naar het Noord-Westen, te ontdekken. In het Jaar 1578. Leyden: Pieter van der Aa 1706. With engraved title vignette, one folding engr. map and 2 folding engr. plates. Sm. 8vo. 72 + (8) + (2, blank) pp. Later full calf, boards and spine richly tooled in gilt. Binding executed by Brent Gration- Maxfield. * First edition in Dutch. Sabin 25998. The first edition of the first voyage appeared in English in 1578, and was translated into several languages. All these editions are rare.<br>Martin Frobisher was born around 1535 and died in 1594. He was one of the first English explorers to find and navigate the Northwest passage that led to the Orient. Frobisher was placed in command of an expedition to the New World in 1576, this was the first attempt by an Englishman to search for the Northwest Passage. Frobisher set sail on June 7, 1576, with three small ships named: the Gabriel, the Michael, and a Pinnace, unfortunately the Pinnace was sunk in a storm. Soon afterwards the Michael deserted and the Gabriel was left to sail onward alone. The Gabriel sighted the mouth of a bay, now that bay is known as Frobisher Bay, located on Baffin Island. Frobisher accidentally mistook this for the entrance to the Northwest Passage. This voyage and the following voyage were both unsuccessful in locating and establishing new colonies. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller
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2012-05-17 08:43:25
Porcacchi, Tomaso
Venice, 1576. Fine. A copper engraved map of the Caribbean island of Jamaica, showing the island with Cuba above, and "Spagnola" (Haiti) to the east. From Porcacchi's 'L'Isole Piu Famose Del Mondo ', the map appears at page 175; included here are text pages 173 to 175. With cities, rivers, mountains and smaller islands shown. With a compass rose, strap work cartouche, and two sea monsters. Image size: 5 1/2 x 4 1/4". Page size: 8 x 11 1/2"
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints [U.S.A.]
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2012-05-09 08:05:31
1576. 96735 COUSTUMES (Les) du Pays de Saintonge, au siège et ressort de Saint Jean d'Angeli. A Bourdeaux, Millanges, 1576. 35 pages (13x19cm). Broché. Déchirures avec atteinte au texte à la page de titre. Feuillets en partie déreliés et un peu écornés. Mouillures dans la marge supérieure de l'ensemble des feuillets. Exemplaire abîmé. Rare Impression de Bordeaux. Marque à la page de Titre. Saintonge. St-Jean-d'Angély.
Bookseller: Último Capítulo S.C.P. [Barcelona, Spain]
2012-04-18 16:05:29
AQUINO, Tomás de
Amberes: Antverpiae, apud Viduam & Haeredes Ioannis Steelsij, 1576 Gran folio; 22 hs., 416 pp., 288 pp. Encuadernación en piel gofrada en seco sobre tabla, de la época, con pérdidas en lomera.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
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