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2019-08-18 10:16:02
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-08-18 01:33:30
GOOD CONDITION. ANTIQUE 1577 BOOK ADRIANTI TUR- NEBI PHILOSOPHIAE, ET GRAECARUM LITERARUM REGII profefforis, commetarius in libru primum carminum Horatij. M.ANTONII MURETI ET Aldi Manuty in eundem Horatium annot. Printed in Paris in 1577. 1ST EDITION, Leather binding. 419 pages Size: 6,25'' x 4,25'' x 1'' REF: db090203. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: normanfinearts [Tallinn, EE]
2019-08-12 17:01:20
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-08-10 20:56:07
CHYTREUS, David:
Frankfurt am Main, (Georg Rab d. Ä.), 1577. (4), 172 Bl., Bl. clxxiij-clxxvj, 173-188, clxxxix-ccxxxiiij, 189-262, [5] Bl. VD 16, C 2605.Nicht in der British Library und nicht bei Adams. - 2. Auflage, erstmals im Jahr davor erschienen. Erste Geschichte der Confessio Augustana, des grundlegenden Bekenntnis der lutherischen Reichsstände zu ihrem Glauben. Sie wurde am 25. Juni 1530 auf dem Reichstag zu Augsburg Kaiser Karl V. von den Reichsständen der lutherischen Reformation dargelegt. Sie war Basistext der Religionsgespräche, Grundlage des Schmalkaldischen Bundes, Toleranzgrundlage des Augsburger Religionsfriedens und gehört noch heute zu den verbindlichen Bekenntnisschriften der lutherischen Kirchen, in der Fassung von 1540 auch der reformierten Kirchen.Das Buch erlebte zahlreiche Auflagen in Deutsch, Lateinisch und Französisch. Enthält den Wortlaut der Confessio von 1640 wider und der späteren Apologien, Erklärungen, Widerlegungen usw. - Titelbl. in Rot- u. Schwarzdruck., Titelholzschnitt., Druckermarke. Spiegel und Vorsätze erneuert, Titel fleckig und mit Eckabriss, Besitzeintrag von alter Hand, innen teils etwas braunfleckig. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1550 Geprägtes Schweinsleder der Zeit mit acht Messing-Eckbeschlägen, massive Messingschließe, handschriftlicher Rückentitel
Bookseller: Antiquariat Werner Steinbeiß [München, Germany]
2019-08-08 06:44:24
Cornelis CORT (Hoorn, nr Alkmaar, 1533 - Roma, prima del 22 Aprile 1578)
Bulino, 1577, firmato e datato in lastra in basso al centro. Da un soggetto di Jacopo Zanguidi detto il Bertoja. Esemplare nel secondo stato di quattro con l'indirizzo dell'editore Lorenzo Vaccari. Bellissima prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'opera traduce in rame un dipinto del Bertoja andato perduto, come descritto da De Grazia. In precedenza, l'errata attribuzione dell'iscrizione Iacobus parmen. Inven, aveva fatto risalire l'opera ad un dipinto di Jacopo Palma. Manfred Sellink descrive un solo esemplare di primo stato, a Berlino, andato perduto durante la seconda Guerra Mondiale. Engraving, 1577, signed and dated at lower center. After Jacopo Zanguidi called Bertoja. Example of the second state of four with the address of the publisher Lorenzo Vaccari. A fine impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the platemark, in very god conditions. The work translates a lost painting of Bertoja, as described by De Grazia. Previously, the erroneous attribution, had traced the work after a painting by Jacopo Palma. Manfred Sellink describes a single copy of the first state, in Berlin, that was lost during the Second World War. The New Hollstein, II, p. 145, 113 II/IV; TIB 52, 131; Witcombe, Print Publishing in Sixteenth-Century Rome, p. 343, 5.37.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-08-05 10:15:21
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-08-05 09:48:02
Matthew Parker
London England: Richard Jugge. Bishop's Bible, in English, 1577 Large Folio THE HOLY BYBLE, CONTEYNING THE OLDE TESTAMENT AND THE NEWE. London: Richard Jugge, 1577. Folio, 13.75" x 9" This Bishops Bible includes the the entire Old Testament, the Apocrypha, and the New Testament. The Bible begins with the first page of Genesis, so missing the title page and any other preliminary material. It does also appear to be missing the final15 leaves, from 1 Peter 4:4 through the end of the New Testament, and any final material. But it does contain The Mornyng and Evenyng Prayer, and 'The Collectes' at the end of the book. Sold as-is with all faults. Printed in black letter Gothic. Early calf boards re-backed, worn and scuffed. Contents with a variety of defects including various stains and soiling in places throughout, first two leaves browned, light toning, approx. 35 to 40 leaves with marginal paper repairs without loss, approx. 12 leaves with chips and loss (several being significant loss of several lines or verses), 4 instances of old tape repairs as shown, approx. 10 leaves near end of the NT reinforced with silk. In all, an example rather typical of an early Bible which has seen significant use. AN EARLY EDITION OF THE BISHOP'S BIBLE PRINTED 1577, first printed in (1567.) It best corresponds to Herbert #150, 1577 edition of the Bishops Bible. The New Testament title page is present, but does not contain a printing date. The 1577 date is found in many of the block prints introducing chapters, especially in the Psalms. Sales & shipping only within the United States. See all photo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: tomfriend2014 [Arlington, Texas, US]
2019-08-05 08:28:20
1577. Template | Trixum Beschreibung 1. Liebault, Jean. Thesaurus sanitatis paratu facilis. Selectus ex variis authoribus... 2. Le Bon, Jean. Therapia puerperarum. Paris, Jacques du Puys, 1577. Circa 12,8 x 9,5 cm. 16, 422 (recte 392) num. Bll. - 32 num. Bll. Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt., mit Wappenprägung auf beiden Deckeln. - 1. Adams L 644; Durling 2817; Hirsch/H. III, 778; Waller 5786; Wellcome I, 3799. Erste Ausgabe dieser Sammlung medizinischer Schriften mit Abhandlungen über Essen, Fasten und Diät von Jacob Sylvius (Jacques Dubois) und von demselben einem Traktat über die Pest, dem Hausschatz einfacher Hilfsmittel für arme Leute von Petrus Hispanus, einer Studie über Gift und Gegengift vom Herausgeber Liebault, einem Buch über Geschlechtskrankheiten von Auger Ferrier etc. - Angebunden ist das Werk zur Geburtshilfe von Jean Le Bon, das häufiger mit dem ersten Titel zusammengebunden auftritt - beide finden sich aber auch separat; hier beide in erster Ausgabe. - Exemplar aus der berühmten Bibliothek des kaiserlichen Rates und grossen Bibliophilen Franz Gottfried von Troilo von Lessotho (ca. 1580-1650), auf dem Titel und letzten Blatt sein eigenhändiger Besitzvermerk, auf dem Vorsatz sein Wappen-Exlibris im Holzschnitt mit dem Motto "nasci pati mori". - Etwas gebräunt, kaum fleckig, die ersten Blätter oben leicht ausgefranst (weit vom Text), Einband berieben und etwas angestaubt, dennoch dekorativ. Die Wappen auf den Deckeln zeigen wohl den Reichsadler und böhmischen Löwen. - Hübscher Band mit schönem Exlibris und interessanter Provenienz. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-07-31 23:41:21
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-07-29 04:11:19
ANTIQUE 1577 BOOK ADRIANTI TUR- NEBI PHILOSOPHIAE, ET GRAECARUM LITERARUM REGII profefforis, commetarius in libru primum carminum Horatij. M.ANTONII MURETI ET Aldi Manuty in eundem Horatium annot. Printed in Paris in 1577. 1ST EDITION, Leather binding. 419 pages Size: 6,25'' x 4,25'' x 1'' REF: db090203. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: normanfinearts [Tallinn, EE]
2019-07-28 00:22:25
HOLINSHED, Raphael
George Bishop [and] John Hunne, 1577. First Edition of Holinshed's Chronicles, an Important Shakespeare Source Book HOLINSHED, Raphael [and others]. The First [-Laste] Volumes of the Chronicles of England, Scotlande, and Irelande. London: George Bishop [and] John Hunne, 1577. First edition. Two median folio volumes (11 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches; 289 x 197 mm). Titles with woodcut borders (McK. 147a), numerous woodcut initials and vignettes of various sizes throughout, many repeated. Blank *b*6 lacking in I:2; second leaf of errata lacking from I; several leaves supplied (G5-8, I2-3 in I:3; 4S2 in II, and probably others) from another genuine copy; map of Edinburgh remargined and with other minor repairs; several paper repairs to the titles and text with occasional loss; some printed marginal notes shaved as usual. A made-up copy, "as many copies have been made-up by later owners who combined parts having different imprints" (Pforzheimer). This copy with the George Bishop title in Vol. I and the remaining titles with the John Hunne imprint. Early nineteenth-century full tan calf over thick boards, gilt wide fillet bordering on covers, gilt-ruled board edges, spines gilt in compartments, with six raised bands. Yellow endpapers. All edges gilt. A little rubbed; a few scuffs. Hinges and joints just becoming tender. Overall, a very good copy of this important work. Housed in a custom quarter brown morocco clamshell, gilt-stamped. While in the employ of London printer/publisher Reyner Wolfe (King's Printer in Greek, Latin and Hebrew), Raphael Holinshed began planning the Ch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, LLC [U.S.A.]
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2019-07-24 13:33:21
ARGOLICO.
Manoscritto cartaceo, Marche, metà XVII secolo, 1577. in-4 (mm 270x200), pp. (18), 140, (4), legatura in pergamena antica, titolo manoscritto lungo il dorso. Titolo entro bella bordura a carattere architettonico con figure, stemma della famiglia Peretti e trofeo d'armi. Al foglio 4 v. n.n. grandi armi del Papa Sisto V. Vergato con elegante grafia di un'unica mano, il manoscritto, diviso in 19 capitoli, è arricchito da numerosi capilettera ornati, 5 disegni schematici, 12 graziosi clus-de-lampe (alcuni a piena pagina) a carattere floreale o militare. Il testo è inoltre illustrato da 21 disegni a mezza pagina raffiguranti cannoni e traiettorie di sparo; il tutto realizzato a penna con precisione e gusto. Interessante manoscritto figurato di artiglieria, dedicato a Michele Peretti (1577-1631), valente uomo d'armi, Generale di Santa Chiesa e Principe di Venafro. Seguono dediche al fratello Alessandro (1571-1623), Cardinale di Montalto, e a Papa Sisto V (al secolo Felice Peretti, 1521-1590), zio dei precedenti e Pontefice dal 1585. Il trattato, sicuramente inedito, fu composto verso il 1590; la presente è una copia secentesca, ad uso di qualche militare o discendente della famiglia Peretti. Freschissimo e marginoso, in perfetto stato di conservazione. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2019-07-21 16:52:18
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the posting of the Ninety-Five Theses, we offer one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a mom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-07-18 14:28:56
MENAVINO, Giovanni Antonio.
Franckfurt am Mayn, (Georg Raben in Verlegung Sigmund Feyrabendt), 1577. 3 volumes in 1. Folio. Contemporary blindstamped pigskin, wide decorative border around an inner panel (sl. soiled). With title-page printen in red and black, 3 woodcut printer’s devices, woodcut coat of arms, woodcut initials and 63 woodcut illustrations in the text after Jost Amman. (4),74,(3); 71,(2); 23 lvs.This work is one of the most important contemporary descriptions of Turkish life, of particular interest because Manavino himself spent 10 years in the Seraglio as an içoglan or page of the Sultan. At the age of 12 he had been captured by pirates and presented as a gift to the Sultan. He was enrolled among the tribute-children and in his book describes their education in detail and speaks with authority of the inner life of the great palace (Blackmer p.235).Atabey Collection 801 (ed.1570); BlackmerCollection 1112 (Latin edition 1551); Göllner 1681; Angus O’Neill, Koç Collection, 8a; Cf. Weber 676-677.Bound with:Marino BARLEZIO. Scanderbeg. Warhaffte eigentliche und kurtze Beschreibung aller namhafften Ritterlichen Schlachten und Thaten, so der aller streytbarst und theurest Fürst und Herr, Herr Georg Castriot, genannt Scanderbeg, Hertzog in Epiro und Albanien, etc. wider beyde Türckische Keyser, Amurath und Mahometh . vom jar 1444 biss auff das jar 1466 mannlich und glücklich bey seinem Leben gethan und erhalten.Franckfurt am Meyn, (Georg Raben in Verlegung Sigmund Feyrabendt), 1577. With woodcut portrait on title-page, woodcut coat of arms and 70 woodcut illustrations in the text by Jost Amman. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books (ILAB) [Vianen, Netherlands]
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2019-07-16 10:12:56
COMMINES (Philippe de)
Paris: 1577. voir descriptif. COMMINES (Philippe de). Les Mémoires de messire Philippe de Commines, Chevalier, seigneur d'Argenton: sur les faits & gestes de Loys onzième, & de Charles huitième son fils, rois de France. De nouveau reveus & corrigez pour la seconde fois, auquel est adiousté une Epistre de Jean Sleidan en la recommandation de l'Autheur. Avec la vie de messire Angelo Cattho, archevesque de Vienne auquel ce présent livre est dédié. A Paris, chez Claude Micard, 1577. Fort in-16 de 3ff. (titre encadré et prologue), 490 pages, 18 feuillets (vie de Messire Angelo Cattho et table), un feuillet (A Rouen, de l'Imprimerie de George l'Oyselet). Bon état intérieur. La page 487 mal chiffrée 477. Demi-basane postérieure du XIXème, dos lisse orné de roulettes dorées, date en pied. Usures au papier des deux plats, le dos est en bon état. Les envois en France se font soit : en Colissimo avec suivi sans signature, en Colissimo recommandé avec signature sans assurance, en Colissimo recommandé avec signature et assurance (autre mode d'envoi). Pour toute commande supérieure ou égale à 500 euros, le Colissimo recommandé est obligatoire. Le Colissimo recommandé avec signature et assurance est vivement conseillé (autre mode d'envoi), si toutefois l'acheteur ne choisit pas ce mode de livraison, aucune réclamation ou demande de remboursement ne pourra être faite au vendeur en cas de perte du colis par la poste. Pour les commandes supérieures à 2500 €, l'assurance est obligatoire. Demandez le prix du port pour l'envoi à l'étranger et les achats groupés. Merci de nous faire parvenir le … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE BERTRAN (livresanciens76) [Rouen, FR]
2019-07-13 23:40:59
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the posting of the Ninety-Five Theses, we offer one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a mom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-07-07 23:55:06
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the posting of the Ninety-Five Theses, we offer one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a mom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-06-27 15:26:42
CICERO.
N.pl. (Geneva), Excudebat Henr. Stephanus, 1577. 8vo. 2 parts in 1: VIII,231,(1 blank);205,(1 blank) p. Vellum 16.5 cm (Ref: GLN-6033; Renouard, Estienne, 144; Schreiber, Estiennes, no. 15; Dibdin 1,423) (Details: The vellum that the binder used comes from a once sumptuously calligraphed manuscript leaf with Psalm 118 vss 17/21 written in six lines: 'Retribue servo tuo vivifica me et custodiam sermones tuos./ Revela oculos meos et considerabo mirabilia de lege tua./ Incola ego sum de (sic!) terra, non abscondas a me mandata tua./ Concupivit anima mea desiderare iustificationes tuas in omni tempore./ Increpasti superbos maledicti qui declinant a mandatis tuis'. The letter is the gothic 'textura', used for liturgical texts in the 14th & 15th century, and the example for the first typeface. The margins are ample. The first R is a huge capital; several smaller capitals have traces of gilt; the text is partly faded by wear, but readable. Printer's Olive tree device of the Stephanus family on the title page, motto: 'Noli altum sapere', short for 'Noli altum sapere, sed time', in English 'Donot be high-minded, but fear'. (Epistola Beati Pauli ad Romanos 11,20) (Condition: Vellum worn & soiled. Front hinge cracking. Ownership entry on the title page. On the title also in old ink: 'Liber non adeo frequens'. Small name cut out of the title, leaving a tiny hole of 2 mm x 23 mm. Printer's mark on the title skillfully handcoloured. Some old ink underlinings and annotations in the text. No flyleaves) (Note: For centuries the Roman orator, author and politician Cicero retained a central p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2019-06-25 23:06:43
Raphael Holinshed
(by Henry Bynneman) for George Bishop,, London, 1577. "Raphael Holinshed, The firste volume of the Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland. [and] The Laste volume of the Chronicles of Englande, Scotlande and Ireland., together 2 volumes, one of 4 imprint variants of this edition [London (by Henry Bynneman) for George Bishop, 1577] second and third parts of vol. 1 with engraved titles, woodcut vignettes, initials and head- and tail-pieces throughout, numerous wood engraved portraits and illustrations in the text, lacking titles to part 1 of vol. 1 and the second vol. (the first volume provided in facsimile and the "laste volume" provided in manuscript facsimile, both bound at the front of the second volume), lacking 18 leaves at the end of "the table" (at the end of the second volume) and one blank, margins of first 8 leaves to vol. 1 repaired (with some occasional loss to text mainly affecting first 2 folios), preface of vol. 2 mounted on stub, occasional marginal repairs, some stains and ink smudges, a few edges with slight chips or tears (rarely affecting text), a few contemporary ink annotations, modern calf bindings, covers ruled and decorated in blind, spines lettered in gilt with raised bands, outer extremities slightly rubbed overall excellent condition, folio [STC 13568a; Pforzheimer II 494] Provenance: repeated ex libri annotations of "Simon Seward" one dated 1645 and another 1653, "Thomas Hinton" in 17th or 18th c hand and pentrials, "The gift of Mrs Lloyd of Aber[***]mar / to the Revd Tho. Morgan, Curate / of Cardigan / May 7 1813", "Thomas Pughe" in 17th or … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Stockdale [Stroud, United Kingdom]
2019-06-25 16:55:09
Matthew Parker
London England: Christopher Barker. Bishop's Bible, in English, 1577 Large Folio THE HOLY BIBLE, THE OLD TESTAMENT AND THE NEW. London: Christopher Barker, 1577. Folio, 13.75" x 9" Sales & shipping only within the United States. See photos as to condition. Paypal only, with payment required within one day of purchase.
Bookseller: tomfriend2014 [Arlington, Texas, US]
2019-06-25 05:34:12
HOLY BIBLE, BISHOPS' VERSION.:
London, R. Jugge, Printer to the Queenes Majestie, 1577.. Bishops' version, 1577, LACKS FIRST TITLE PAGE. small 4to, approximately 205 x 155 mm, 8 x 6 inches, title page to New Testament and divisional titles to the second and third parts of the Old Testament, and to the Apocrypha have a patterned border with a small royal coat of arms at the top and a pelican feeding its young at the bottom, publisher's device on colophon with pelican and 2 allegorical figures, 1 half page woodcut of the Garden of Eden, 1 full page of the 12 tribes and the Tabernacle, 3 maps in the text and 2 full page maps, historiated initials, pages ruled in red, leaves: [36 of 40], 1-103, [1 - blank]; title page to 2nd part, 106-252; title page to 3rd part, 254-500, 581-592; New Testament, leaves: title leaf, 2-127; Psalmes: title page, pages: [4], 1-99, page 99 misplaced in final section; Final section (Veni Creator, Song of 3 Children etc): [14 of 16], lacks A1. In the first section it LACKS THE GENERAL TITLE, 2 FOLLOWING PRELIM LEAVES (Preface), and the 2nd leaf of "List of Bookes to Old Testament", the jump in pagination (500-581) is in all copies, nothing is missing; collation: pi6 (-pi1-3 and pi6), ***6, (***2 misnumbered ***3), [cross]4, AI-C8, A-Z8, Aa-Hh8, Ii4, KK-Zz8, Aaa-Sss8, Ttt4; A-P8, Q6. The NT is followed by The Metric Psalms printed in London by John Daye 1577. Bound in old panelled calf, rebacked with raised bands and gilt title and date, boards cornered in decorated brass with a single boss, small central decorated brass lozenge with single boss to both boards, decorated brass … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton [United Kingdom]
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2019-06-24 22:47:24
HOLY BIBLE, BISHOPS' VERSION.
London R. Jugge Printer to the Queenes Majestie. Bishops' version, 1577, LACKS FIRST TITLE PAGE. small 4to, approximately 205 x 155 mm, 8 x 6 inches, title page to New Testament and divisional titles to the second and third parts of the Old Testament, and to the Apocrypha have a patterned border with a small royal coat of arms at the top and a pelican feeding its young at the bottom, publisher's device on colophon with pelican and 2 allegorical figures, 1 half page woodcut of the Garden of Eden, 1 full page of the 12 tribes and the Tabernacle, 3 maps in the text and 2 full page maps, historiated initials, pages ruled in red, leaves: [36 of 40], 1-103, [1 - blank]; title page to 2nd part, 106-252; title page to 3rd part, 254-500, 581-592; New Testament, leaves: title leaf, 2-127; Psalmes: title page, pages: [4], 1-99, page 99 misplaced in final section; Final section (Veni Creator, Song of 3 Children etc): [14 of 16], lacks A1. In the first section it LACKS THE GENERAL TITLE, 2 FOLLOWING PRELIM LEAVES (Preface), and the 2nd leaf of "List of Bookes to Old Testament", the jump in pagination (500-581) is in all copies, nothing is missing; collation: pi6 (-pi1-3 and pi6), ***6, (***2 misnumbered ***3), [cross]4, AI-C8, A-Z8, Aa-Hh8, Ii4, KK-Zz8, Aaa-Sss8, Ttt4; A-P8, Q6. The NT is followed by The Metric Psalms printed in London by John Daye 1577. Bound in old panelled calf, rebacked with raised bands and gilt title and date, boards cornered in decorated brass with a single boss, small central decorated brass lozenge with single boss to both boards, decorated brass clasps, not ma … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-06-24 08:54:23
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the posting of the Ninety-Five Theses, we offer one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a mom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-06-23 06:27:22
John SETON
1577. [Philosophy] ~ SETON, John Dialectica Joannis setoni cantabrigiensis, annotationibus Petri Carteri, ut clarissimis ita breuissimis explicata. Huic accessit, obartium ingenuarum inter se cognationem, Guilielmi Buclaei Arithmetica Londini [i.e. London]. Apud Thomam Marsh, 1577. 8vo. [318]pp. With a linen-backed folding table. Handsomely bound in later gilt-tooled calf, contrasting black morocco lettering-piece. Lightly rubbed and marked. Marbled endpapers, small paper repairs to text of initial five gatherings - with some slight loss of sense, very occasional contemporary faded inked annotations and underlining, paper repair to lower corner of terminal leaf, some spotting/browning. A reissue of the annotated edition of Roman Catholic priest John Seton's (1508/9-1567) treatise on logic, with notes by fellow logician Peter Carter (1530?-1590), initially printed in 1563. Dedicated to Bishop Gardiner as Chancellor of Cambridge, Dialectica, when first printed in 1545, concisely communicated emergent humanist Aristotelianism (though some remnant of medieval logic theory remained). Divided into sections, the book consists of brief statements followed by densely printed prose exposition. Carter's contribution was to reorganise the text for the purposes of teaching; adding definitions and rules after each section. Seton claimed to have been persuaded to publish by his colleagues John Cheke and Thomas Watson, though the work was widely circulated amongst his students in manuscript form prior to printing and remained the standard textbook on scholastic logic for more than a centur … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquates Fine and Rare Books (antiquates) [Corfe Castle, GB]
2019-06-18 08:01:54
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the posting of the Ninety-Five Theses, we offer one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a mom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-06-14 14:55:42
COMMINES (Philippe de).
A Paris, chez Claude Micard, 1577. Fort in-16 de 3ff. (titre encadré et prologue), 490 pages, 18 feuillets (vie de Messire Angelo Cattho et table), un feuillet (A Rouen, de l'Imprimerie de George l'Oyselet). Bon état intérieur. La page 487 mal chiffrée 477. Demi-basane postérieure du XIXème, dos lisse orné de roulettes dorées, date en pied. Usures au papier des deux plats, le dos est en bon état.
Bookseller: Librairie BERTRAN [ROUEN, France]
2019-06-11 14:24:07
Paris: GOOD CONDITION. ANTIQUE 1577 BOOK ADRIANTI TUR- NEBI PHILOSOPHIAE, ET GRAECARUM LITERARUM REGII profefforis, commetarius in libru primum carminum Horatij. M.ANTONII MURETI ET Aldi Manuty in eundem Horatium annot. Printed in Paris in 1577. 1ST EDITION, Leather binding. 419 pages Size: 6,25'' x 4,25'' x 1'' REF: db090203. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: normanfinearts [Tallinn, EE]
2019-06-07 15:12:21
LUTHER, MARTIN - "LUTHERS HUSPOSTIL"
Kiøbenhaffn, Matz Vinggaard, 1577. Folio. Samtidigt hellæderbind over træ. 2 messinbeslag efter 2 lukkestroppe. Ryg med ophøjede bind. Ryg fornyet i ældre tid. Kapitælslid. De rigt blindtrykte permsider kun delvist bevarede, panelleret med rullestempler. Hjørner restaurerede. En nyere, på permens inderside, indklæbet beskrivelse, hævder, at bindet er udført af P. Knufflack.(14),171,155,114 blade. 4 blade i faksimile (A1-2 og B4-5). En del blade kantflossede. Nogle skjolder, brugsspor. Enkelte blade defekte med lidt tab af bogstaver. Spredte kantreparationer og mindre revner i marginer. De to deltitelblade med bred træskåren ramme. Gennemillustreret med store bibelske træsnit som er kopier af Hans Brosamers illustrationer til en tysk bibel, trykt i Frankfurt 1548-49. ¶ Det yderst sjældne re-issue af førsteudgaven der blev trykt af Lorentz Benedicht i 1564. Thesaurus anfører, at der kun har været to eksemplarer på markedet siden 2. Verdenskrig.Extremely scarce re-issue of the first Dansih edition of Luther's "Hauspostille" with only af few copies still on private hands.Thesaurus I, 104. - Birkelund, 24 (1564-udgaven) - Lauritz Nielsen, 1085.
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2019-06-03 07:45:35
Livre ancien 1577 - Epitome Geographiae Epitome Geographiae Veteris et Novae et Pomponivs mela de sitv orbis Edita in Lucem , cum indice, omnium locorum tam veterum quam recentium secundum seriem literarum nomenclaturam continente vtili acnecessario Georgii Henischii Medici & Mathematici Augustani studio &labore Avgustae Vindelico rum excudebat Michael Manger M.D.LXXVII La couverture en cuir en état d'usage. Interieur en bon état.(taches,humidité) Preface 12 + 236 pages + index 68 Format 15,5 cm x 9,5 cm Complet Nombreux tableaux,figures, Pomponii Melae Cosmographi de sitv orbis Mundi in partes Qvator divisio Mots Ancien,1500,1550,1600,Incunable,inkunabel,geographie,Deutschland,Allemagne, Amerique,Europe,Carte,longitudinem, oceanus,septentrionem,meridiem,Europa.Africam,Asiam,Limes,America,Australem,old, book,antique,geography.
Bookseller: 2015frvelic [Bagnolet, FR]
2019-06-02 22:21:54
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the posting of the Ninety-Five Theses, we offer one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a mom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-05-29 06:44:28
MENAVINO, Giovanni Antonio.
Franckfurt am Mayn, (Georg Raben in Verlegung Sigmund Feyrabendt), 1577.3 volumes in 1. Folio. Contemporary blindstamped pigskin, wide decorative border around an inner panel (sl. soiled). With title-page printen in red and black, 3 woodcut printer's devices, woodcut coat of arms, woodcut initials and 63 woodcut illustrations in the text after Jost Amman. (4),74,(3); 71,(2); 23 lvs.This work is one of the most important contemporary descriptions of Turkish life, of particular interest because Manavino himself spent 10 years in the Seraglio as an içoglan or page of the Sultan. At the age of 12 he had been captured by pirates and presented as a gift to the Sultan. He was enrolled among the tribute-children and in his book describes their education in detail and speaks with authority of the inner life of the great palace (Blackmer p.235).Atabey Collection 801 (ed.1570); BlackmerCollection 1112 (Latin edition 1551); Göllner 1681; Angus O'Neill, Koç Collection, 8a; Cf. Weber 676-677.Bound with:Marino BARLEZIO. Scanderbeg. Warhaffte eigentliche und kurtze Beschreibung aller namhafften Ritterlichen Schlachten und Thaten, so der aller streytbarst und theurest Fürst und Herr, Herr Georg Castriot, genannt Scanderbeg, Hertzog in Epiro und Albanien, etc. wider beyde Türckische Keyser, Amurath und Mahometh .. vom jar 1444 biss auff das jar 1466 mannlich und glücklich bey seinem Leben gethan und erhalten.Franckfurt am Meyn, (Georg Raben in Verlegung Sigmund Feyrabendt), 1577. With woodcut portrait on title-page, woodcut coat of arms and 70 woodcut illustrations in the text by Jost … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gert Jan BESTEBREURTJE Rare Books [Netherlands]
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2019-05-28 14:05:05
MENAVINO, Giovanni Antonio.
Franckfurt am Mayn, (Georg Raben in Verlegung Sigmund Feyrabendt), 1577. 3 volumes in 1. Folio. Contemporary blindstamped pigskin, wide decorative border around an inner panel (sl. soiled). With title-page printen in red and black, 3 woodcut printer's devices, woodcut coat of arms, woodcut initials and 63 woodcut illustrations in the text after Jost Amman. (4),74,(3); 71,(2); 23 lvs.This work is one of the most important contemporary descriptions of Turkish life, of particular interest because Manavino himself spent 10 years in the Seraglio as an içoglan or page of the Sultan. At the age of 12 he had been captured by pirates and presented as a gift to the Sultan. He was enrolled among the tribute-children and in his book describes their education in detail and speaks with authority of the inner life of the great palace (Blackmer p.235).Atabey Collection 801 (ed.1570); BlackmerCollection 1112 (Latin edition 1551); Göllner 1681; Angus O'Neill, Koç Collection, 8a; Cf. Weber 676-677.Bound with:Marino BARLEZIO. Scanderbeg. Warhaffte eigentliche und kurtze Beschreibung aller namhafften Ritterlichen Schlachten und Thaten, so der aller streytbarst und theurest Fürst und Herr, Herr Georg Castriot, genannt Scanderbeg, Hertzog in Epiro und Albanien, etc. wider beyde Türckische Keyser, Amurath und Mahometh .. vom jar 1444 biss auff das jar 1466 mannlich und glücklich bey seinem Leben gethan und erhalten.Franckfurt am Meyn, (Georg Raben in Verlegung Sigmund Feyrabendt), 1577. With woodcut portrait on title-page, woodcut coat of arms and 70 woodcut illustrations in the text by J … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books (ILAB) [Vianen, Netherlands]
2019-05-26 08:19:22
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the posting of the Ninety-Five Theses, we offer one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a mom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-05-24 13:34:04
Paris: GOOD CONDITION. ANTIQUE 1577 BOOK ADRIANTI TUR- NEBI PHILOSOPHIAE, ET GRAECARUM LITERARUM REGII profefforis, commetarius in libru primum carminum Horatij. M.ANTONII MURETI ET Aldi Manuty in eundem Horatium annot. Printed in Paris in 1577. 1ST EDITION, Leather binding. 419 pages Size: 6,25'' x 4,25'' x 1'' REF: db090203. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: normanfinearts [Tallinn, EE]
2019-05-19 08:34:54
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the posting of the Ninety-Five Theses, we offer one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a mom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-05-18 03:44:50
Euripides.
Straßburg, Nikolaus Wiriot, 1577. Wohl erste gedruckte Einzelausgabe. - Griechisch-lateinische Parallelausgabe von Euripes‘ Tragödie „Phoinissai", einer dramatischen Darstellung des griechischen Sieges über die persische Seemacht im Jahre 480 v. Chr. bei Salmis. Die lateinische Übersetzung besorgte Georg Calaminus. - Dibdin, der diese Ausgabe nicht kennt, merkt zu einer Pariser Ausgabe von 1630 irrig an: „This appears to be the earliest separately printed text of the Phoenissae". - Schwach gebräunt u. vereinzelt leicht wasserrandig. - VD16, E 4255 (nur drei Nachweise); Adams E 1060; BM STC, German Books 290; Hoffmann II, 76; nicht bei Dibdin u. Schweiger (führt ebenfalls die Ausgabe von 1630 als älteste an). gr Gewicht in Gramm: 350 8°. Mit einer Holzschn.-Druckermarke a. Titel. 76 nn. Bll., Mod. Ppbd. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2019-05-18 03:44:47
Euripides.
Wittenberg, [Johann Krafft d. Ä.], 1577. Vermutlich erste Einzelausgabe dieser durchgehend in Griechisch gedruckten Ausgabe von Euripides‘ Tragödie über Orestens Muttermord und seine Freisprechung durch Apollon. „Das Stück ist wie ein einziges Furioso" (Latacz, 382f.). - „Harles places this as the first separately printed edition of the Tragedy of Orestes, but I cannot persuade myself that it is so [.]" (Dibdin, der jedoch, wie auch Hoffmann, keine frühere Einzelausgabe anführt). - Über den KVK kein Exemplar ausserhalb Deutschlands nachweisbar. - Schwach gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - VD16, E 4253 (nur drei Nachweise); Dibdin 543; Hoffmann II, 76; nicht bei Adams; BM STC, German Books u. Schweiger. gr Gewicht in Gramm: 350 8°. Mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke a. Titel u. einigen Holzschn.-Initialen. 40 nn. Bll., Mod. Ppbd. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2019-05-16 15:59:48
Euripides.
Straßburg, Nikolaus Wiriot, 1577. 8°. Mit einer Holzschn.-Druckermarke a. Titel. 76 nn. Bll., Mod. Ppbd. Wohl erste gedruckte Einzelausgabe. - Griechisch-lateinische Parallelausgabe von Euripes‘ Tragödie „Phoinissai“, einer dramatischen Darstellung des griechischen Sieges über die persische Seemacht im Jahre 480 v. Chr. bei Salmis. Die lateinische Übersetzung besorgte Georg Calaminus. - Dibdin, der diese Ausgabe nicht kennt, merkt zu einer Pariser Ausgabe von 1630 irrig an: „This appears to be the earliest separately printed text of the Phoenissae“. - Schwach gebräunt u. vereinzelt leicht wasserrandig. - VD16, E 4255 (nur drei Nachweise); Adams E 1060; BM STC, German Books 290; Hoffmann II, 76; nicht bei Dibdin u. Schweiger (führt ebenfalls die Ausgabe von 1630 als älteste an). Versand D: 9,80 EUR Euripides, Phoenissae Euripidis tragoedia latino metro versa a M. Georgio Calamino Silesio, Phoinissai, Calaminus
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2019-05-14 09:10:45
GIRARD Bernard de, Seigneur du Haillan, Hiftoriographe de France en 2 volumes
Pierre de Saint-André, 1577. Reliure restaurée. Intérieur frais avec lettrines et bandeaux. Qqes galeries de vers en marge et, débordant un peu sur le texte, n'altérant pas la lecture. Tome I: 1073p (du 1er au 12e livre)+ 64p (Introduction et préface) + 56p (table des matières). Tome II: Pages 4 et 5 réunies par une bande de scotch transparent. 1038p (livre 13e au livre 24e) + 40p ( Table des matières). ENVOI EN RECOMMANDE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Le Petit Livraire [FRONTIGNAN, France]
2019-05-11 11:35:21
SALINAS (Francisco)
Mathias Gastius, Salmanticae, 1577. 8 h. incl. portada con escudo heráldico grabado sobre madera, 438 pp. 9 h. de índice, al vuelto de la misma el colofón con la marca del impresor también grabada sobre madera. Diagrama grabado sobre madera plegado y un estado tambien plegado (falto de toda la parte superior del mismo) Primera edición, de este obra, muy rara y estimada, todos los bibliografos coinciden en calificarla como tal además de interesante y muy bien impresa.En esta célebre obra, Francisco Salinas (1513 - 1590), conocido músico y humanista de méritos singulares. que quedó ciego, a consecuencia de una grave enfermedad, a los 10 años) analiza la música bajo las modalidades diatónica y cromática, también se ocupa en el libro de las formas musicales y del ritmo; pero, la característica principal de la obra es que, junto a la parte teórica, reúne una riquísima serie de ejemplos en la cual Salinas anotaba cuantas melodías españolas y no españolas le interesaban.Salvá habla de la necesidad de que este libro tenga grandes márgenes, ya que algunas hojas se excedían en el límite de las páginas y eran cortadas, nuestro ejemplar está intacto, con todos sus márgenes, excepto la pp. 95 que lleva un estado plegado (estando este falto de toda su parte superior).La portada con alguna pequeña mancha y anotación manuscrita, el resto en muy buen estado de conservación, con alguna pequeña mancha de óxido sin importancia.El Catálogo Informatizado del Patrimonio Bibliografico Español, recoge tán solo tres ejemplares de esta edición, uno de ellos en la Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid. Heredi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Bardon [Madrid, Spain]
2019-05-10 08:14:56
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the posting of the Ninety-Five Theses, we offer one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a mom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-05-07 13:12:03
BELLEFOREST (François de)
Paris: 1577. BELLEFOREST (François de) L'Histoire universelle du monde, contenant l'entiere description & situation des quatre parties de la terre, la division & estendue d'une chacune Région & Province d'icelles. Paris, Gervais Mallot, 1577. In-4 (230x150mm), veau fauve, dos à nerfs orné de caissons à fleurons dorés. Exemplaire revêtu d'une reliure de l'époque, travail de vers sur la couverture, page de titre avec manque de papier. Frontispice (portrait de l'auteur) - 10ff. - 421pp. - 11ff. Le livre quatrième est sur l'Amérique, quelques mouillures claires, renforcement de pages en fin d'ouvrage sur les bords (table des Nations). L'édition originale de cet ouvrage fut donnée en 1570. Cette édition ne figure pas dans les collections de la BnF. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: docteur_ramirez [Antibes, FR]
2019-05-03 07:42:42
Granada, Luis de (or, Luis, de Granada)
Venice: Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1577. Firdt Italian trans., 2nd issue. Vellum. Very good -. 4to. (20),267,(1)pp. Large woodcut device on title and verso of final leaf. Text illustrated with 28 text woodcuts, most within a decorative woodcut border. Cont. vellum, part of the bottom edge and one corner rat gnawed, exposing the boards under the vellum; some light text soiling. Still a decent copy. The first Italian translation, second issue (with the 1577 date rather than 1576) of contemporary theologian Luis de Granada (1504-1588). See Bonghi. GIOLITO DE'FERRARI II, pp. 357-358.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2019-04-28 07:44:10
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the posting of the Ninety-Five Theses, we offer one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a mom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-04-28 07:22:55
Paris: GOOD CONDITION. ANTIQUE 1577 BOOK ADRIANTI TUR- NEBI PHILOSOPHIAE, ET GRAECARUM LITERARUM REGII profefforis, commetarius in libru primum carminum Horatij. M.ANTONII MURETI ET Aldi Manuty in eundem Horatium annot. Printed in Paris in 1577. 1ST EDITION, Leather binding. 419 pages Size: 6,25'' x 4,25'' x 1'' REF: db090203. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: NormanFinearts (normanfinearts) [Tallinn, EE]
2019-04-26 15:37:05
Sixtus Fabri
Rom: 1577. Original in noch guter Erhaltung. Pergamentbedingt gebräunt. Farben und Schrift partiell verwaschen. Die angeheftete Urkunde in sehr guter Erhaltung. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS ILLUMINIERTE URKUNDE DER ROSENKRANZBRUDERSCHAFT - SIXTUS FABRI - ROM - ANNO 1577 Lateinische Handschrift auf Pergament in Gold & Farben Aufnahmeurkunde der Rosenkranzbruderschaft für Laurent Chalon ILLUMINIERTE URKUNDE DER ROSENKRANZBRUDERSCHAFT SIXTUS FABRI ROM 1577 _____________________________________________________________________ Aufnahmeurkunde der Rosenkranzbruderschaft für Laurent Chalon. Lateinische Urkunde auf Pergament. VERFASSER Sixtus Fabri (1540-1594) Fabri war von 1580-1583 Hoftheologe von Papst Gregor XIII. und 1583-1589 Generalmagister seines Ordens (vgl. Jöcher II, 478). ENTSTEHUNG Konvent Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rom, 1577. BESCHREIBUNG Aufnahmeurkunde der Rosenkranzbruderschaft, ausgestellt im Namen und eigenhändig unterzeichnet von Sixtus Fabri. Interessantes Zeugnis dieser von Dominikanern im 15. Jahrhundert gestifteten Laienbruderschaft. Ihr Ziel ist die Vertiefung der Frömmigkeit breiter Volksmassen durch das Rosenkranzgebet. AUSSTATTUNG 23-zeilige, kursive Kanzleischrift in brauner Tinte. Hervorhebungen in goldenen Versalien. Eingangszeile in Gold, Rot und Blau. An drei Seiten eingefasst von breiter, handgemalter, figürlicher Bordüre in Gold und Farben. Die reich ausgestattete Bordüre zeigt links und rechts ein Wappen, in der Kopfleiste die Heiligen Laurentius von Rom und Agatha von Catania, zentral eine von Laien und ki … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-04-19 17:57:06
Calvin, John
London: Imprinted by Thomas Dawson for John Harison and George Byshop, 1577. First edition in English of John Calvin's commentaries on the Pauline Epistles. Octavo, bound in full speckled calf with raised bands to the spine, all edges red, rebacked. Title within architectual woodcut border, woodcut initials. In very good condition. First editions are rare. One of the earliest extant Christian documents, the Pauline Epistles constitute thirteen books of the New Testament and are largely attributed to Paul the Apostle. As part of the canon of Christian theology and ethics, the Epistles offer an unprecedented insight into the beliefs and controversies of early Christianity. The Pauline epistles are usually placed between the Acts of the Apostles and the general epistles in modern editions of the New Testament. Most Greek manuscripts, however, place the General epistles first, and a few minuscules place the Pauline epistles at the end of the New Testament. French theologian and reformer John Calvin produced commentaries on most of the books of the Bible. He devoted four years in compiling his commentaries on the Pauline epistles before turning his attention to the general epistles which he dedicated to Edward of England.
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books [US]
2019-04-19 10:55:32
Alciatus Andreas ( Alciati Andreae )
Christophe Plantin. Antverpiae, (Antwerp), ex Officina Christophori Plantini, 1577, octavo ( 17,8 x 12 cm), 197 emblematical woodcuts (58 x 58mm) printed within a border of typographical fleurons and 14 full page illustrations with reproductions of trees, ornating the emblems of the section devoted to the trees. Very nice contemporary calf binding with gold stamps (spine restaured). Complete. Provenance: from the library of G. O'Brien (ex-libris 1899). Voet 27. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sanderus Antiquariaat [Gent, Belgium]
2019-04-13 07:32:27
PINGONIUS, Philibertus.
Taurini, apud Haeredes Nicolai Bevilaquae, MDLXXVII (Torino 1577). in-folio (cm.33x22), pp. 133, (15 nn.), caratt. romano, corsivo e greco, tutte le pagine entro filetti. Legatura posteriore piena perg. rigida. Bordura silografica al titolo con al centro grande stemma di Torino. Opera illustrata da 11 medaglie silogr. n.t. e da una grande pianta di Torino a volo d'uccello ripieg. f.t. (mm. 358x450 e margini bianchi), titolo su nastro che sormonta lo stemma sabaudo, a sinistra stemma del Piemonte e a destra quello della città , in basso a sinistra dedica a Carlo Emanuele I entro cartiglio, lungo il lato destro leggenda con 39 richiami. Vari capilettera e finalini figurati. La pianta topografica di Torino, incisa in legno da Giovanni Crigher dal disegno di Giovanni Caracha, è la più antica pianta o veduta, reale e non di fantasia, della città , straordinario documento di enorme importanza storica ed urbanistica e di notevole rarità. Emanuele Filiberto Pingone, Barone di Cusy (Chambéry 1525 - Torino 1582), nominato da Em. Filiberto Consigliere di Stato, Referendario, Gran Cancelliere e Riformatore dell'Università , fu figura di grande spicco nella vita culturale e politica torinese del Cinquecento. Bell'esemplare, assai marginoso, di quest'opera di leggendaria rarità, completo della preziosa pianta di Torino nitidamente inchiostrata e impressa, lievi macchie d'unto e antica nota di mss. possesso al titolo.. Bersano Begey n. 420 (10 esempl. conosciuti). British Museum Cat., p. 520. Adams P-1253. Manno-Promis, I, 165. Per la carta cfr. Peyrot, Torino nei secoli n. 10 e p.X ''Tor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-04-13 07:32:27
PINGONIUS, Philibertus.
Taurini, apud Haeredes Nicolai Bevilaquae, MDLXXVII (Torino 1577). in-folio (cm.31x22), pp. 133, (15 nn.), carattere romano, corsivo e greco, tutte le pagine entro filetti. Legatura coeva piena perg. rigida con riquadri impressi a secco ai piatti, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Bordura silografica al titolo con al centro grande stemma di Torino. Opera illustrata da 11 medaglie silogr. n.t. e da una grande pianta di Torino a volo d'uccello ripieg. f.t. (mm. 358x450 e margini bianchi), titolo su nastro che sormonta lo stemma sabaudo, a sinistra stemma del Piemonte e a destra quello della città , in basso a sinistra dedica a Carlo Emanuele I entro cartiglio, lungo il lato destro leggenda con 39 richiami. Vari capilettera e finalini figurati. La pianta topografica di Torino, incisa in legno da Giovanni Crigher dal disegno di Giovanni Caracha, è la più antica pianta o veduta, reale e non di fantasia, della città , straordinario documento di enorme importanza storica ed urbanistica e di notevole rarità. Emanuele Filiberto Pingone, Barone di Cusy (Chambéry 1525 - Torino 1582), nominato da Em. Filiberto Consigliere di Stato, Referendario, Gran Cancelliere e Riformatore dell'Università , fu figura di grande spicco nella vita culturale e politica torinese del Cinquecento. Bell'esemplare, assai marginoso, di quest'opera di leggendaria rarità, completo della preziosa pianta di Torino nitidamente inchiostrata e impressa, perfettamente conservata. Lievi aloni d'umido nel margine superiore esterno bianco degli ultimi 20 fogli, antico restauro a piccola porzione del margine inferiore del fog … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
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