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2018-11-09 09:08:34
CARTARO, Mario
Rome, 1577. Rome,, 1577. 1577. The terrestrial: 158mm diameter and composed of 12 engraved gores laid down onto a solid wooden sphere, signed in the engraved cartouche, the equatorial graduated in degrees, the meridian of Ferro (Hierro) graduated in degrees, tropics and polar circles marked. The celestial: 158mm diameter and composed of 12 engraved gores laid down onto a solid wooden sphere, signed in the engraved cartouche, the equatorial graduated in degrees, the ecliptic graduated in degrees and divided into the houses of the zodiac, marked with their respective symbols, the equatorial tropics and polar circles marked, stars shown to six orders of magnitude with nebulae, the constellations depicted pictorially and identified by their Latin names. The globes are mounted in modern metal stands, total height on stand 315mm, gores with small areas of surface loss skillfully infilled. Publication This extremely rare set of late Renaissance Italian globes was the work of the cartographer, engraver, publisher and print merchant Mario Cartaro (1540-1620). In 1560, Cartaro was working in Rome, where he produced his first known engraving, a print in reverse after a drawing by Heinrich Aldegrever. In the following years Cartaro was associated with the celebrated cartographer and publisher Antonio Lafreri (1512-1577), and his engravings may be found in two of Lafreri's composite publications: 'Speculum romanae magnificentiae' and 'Tavole moderne di geografia'. In 1586 Cartaro moved to Naples, and in 1589 he was appointed cartographer to the Giunta de Regi Lagni, holding the positi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-06 22:26:38
SALOMON BERNARD, detto ''Petit Bernard''.
In Lione, per Gio. di Tornes, MDLXXVII (1577). in-8 (175x125 mm), ff. 52 nn. Ottima legatura 800sca d'amatore in marocchino rosso cupo, filett. a secco e dorati. fiori agli angoli sui piatti, dorso a nervi ornato, tagli dor., titolo e data sui due piatti. Bel carattere corsivo per i versi in italiano di Damiano Maraffi, car. tondo per il titolo e la dedica a Margherita di Francia duchessa di Berry. Famosa serie di 95 incisioni in legno di Bernard Salomon, pittore, illustratore, incisore (Lyon 1510-1561), di grande finezza, già apparse in alcune precedenti edizioni lionesi in latino, francese e italiano, dal De Tournes a partire dal 1554. Il titolo del delizioso volumetto è racchiuso in una bordura arabescata assai bella. I legni sono impressi uno per pagina, sopra le 8 linee di testo; le silografie dell'Apocalisse sono copie ingrandite di quelle di Janot, "but the cumulative effect of Salomon's carefully detailed scenes is that of an individual contribution to Bible illustration" (Mortimer). Raro, bell'esemplare marginoso. Praz, p. 271. Mortimer, Harvard Frech, I, p.1099. Bénézit, XII, 224-225. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-11-02 09:18:58
Feucht, Jakob - 54 Textholzschnitte von Hans Burgkmair - Kein trockenes Kirchenbuch, sondern Beschreibung des damaligen Lebens.
Postilla Catholica Evangeliorum de Tempore totius Anni, Das ist: Catholische Außlegung aller Sontäglichen Evangelien durch das gantze Jar Darinnen vber jede Euangelien zwo Predigen begriffen. Deren allwegen die erste, das Euangelium in dreyen Stücken abgehandelt: In der andern aber, wirdt ein fürnemer Punct jeder Euangelien, je den Glauben, je das Leben betreffend, in zweyen Theilen außgefürt ... : Getheilt in Zwen Theil / Geprediget, nun aber ... in offentlichen Druck verfertiget. Durch Jacobum Feuchthium, Episcopum Naturensem, Bambergischen Weyhebischoff, der H. Schrifft Doctorn &c. Der Erste Theil begreift alle Euangelien vom Aduent biß auff das H. Pfingstfest Der ander Theil begreift alle Euangelien vom H. Pfingstfest biß auffs Advent Teil 1 + 2 in 1 Band komplette Ausgabe Köln, Calenius u. Quentel 1577. Folio. Blindgeprägter Ledereinband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 kompletten Schließen. 2 alte Bibliotheksaufkleber, Titel auf Rückenschild und im Buchschnitt von alter Hand. VD 16, F 841. Jöcher 6, 1073. Wetzer/W. 14. Mit 54 Textholzschnitte von Hans Burgkmair und 2 Wappenholzschnitte Kein trockenes Kirchenbuch, sondern Beschreibung des damaligen Lebens. Jeder Sonntag wird beschrieben. Titel war mal mit fliegendem Vorsatz verklebt, wohl durch Feuchtigkeit und wurde deshalb nicht ganz fachmännisch hinterlegt. Papier und Holzschnitte im sehr schönen festen/kräftigen Zustand, teils mit Unterstreichungen und Marginalien von alter Hand. Buch durchgehend mit Feuchtigkeitsrand in unterschiedlicher Größe. Exlibris. [12] Bl., 543 S. + 536 S., [4] Bl. 3000 Gramm, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HGomoll [Germany]
2018-10-23 19:28:09
Catullus
Lvtetiae Paris: Apud Mamertum Patissonium, in officina Rob. Stephani. Condition: Very Good binding. 16mo. A First Edition copy of Joseph Scaliger's controversial nova edition of Catullus, Tibullus, and Propertius. According to Jacob Bernays "this was Scaliger's most methodical edition, the one which marked his complete triumph over the vanity and incompetence of Italian correctors... Timpanaro has argued that this edition of Catullus is the most remarkable anticipation of Lachmann's method before the eighteenth century." One volume, printed in two parts, with separate title page, pagination, and register; woodcut engraved vignettes on the title pages. [16], 274, [2], 252, [16] pp. Final leaf blank; E7 and S2 also blanks, all present. Spot of staining affecting the fore edge of about the last thirty pages. Attractive full calf, with raised bands; lettering and decoration stamped in gilt in compartments. Joints cracked but holding tight. Very Good. (Grafton, Anthony T. "Joseph Scaliger's Edition of Catullus (1577) and the Traditions of Textual Criticism in the Renaissance." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, vol. 38, 1975, pp. 155-181. JSTOR, JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/750952. ).
Bookseller: Black Swan Books Inc [Richmond, Virginia, US]
2018-10-23 08:13:32
HAY, John.
Alden & Landis 605/57; Alt-Japan Katalog 646; Cordier, Japonica, cols. 246-248; Medina, Bibl. Hispano-Americana II, 498. First edition, in Latin, of a very important collection of about 55 letters and other documents written between 1577 and 1601, the largest part concerning Jesuit activities in Japan, with a smaller but substantial part devoted to Korea, several concerning China and India and single items concerning the missions in Peru, Mexico and the Philippines. It was compiled by John Hay (1546-1607), who translated some of the items himself and added prefaces to some.Included are some rare accounts written by Japanese Christians, such as Michael Chijiwa Seizayemon, Sanico Nobuaki, Protasius, the Daimyo of Omura, the Daimyo of Arima and others. There are several accounts by the Jesuit missionary Luís Frois, including an extensive letter on Japan and a letter from Nagasaki. Also included is a short general history of Japan. The letters and reports give a general overview of Jesuit mission activities, especially in the 1590s.With a 17th century ownership inscription of the library of the famous Benedictine monastery Benediktbeuern Abbey in Bavaria, and the bookplate of the 18th-century Radcliffe Library in Oxford, and with the Bodleian's library stamps and deaccession stamps. Lacking the blank leaf 3S4. With a few worm holes, but otherwise in good condition, with a few leaves slightly browned. The binding lacks the clasps, as noted, is slightly worn and has a few small worm holes, but is also still in good condition, with the tooling clear.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-10-21 01:41:59
SIMLER, Josias
Pour Antoine Chupin & François le Preux, 1577. 1 vol. petit in-8 reliure pleine basane marron, dos à 5 nerfs dorés orné, Pour Antoine Chupin & François le Preux, 1577, 16 ff., 562 pp., 13 ff., avec 3 médaillons (dont un en titre) rehaussés en couleur, Titre complet : La République des Suisses. Comprinse en deux livres, contenans le gouvernement de Suisse, d'estat public des treize Cantons & de leurs Confèderez en général & en particulier, leurs bailliages & iurisidctions, l'origine & les conditions de toutes leurs alliances, leurs batailles, victoires, conquestes & autres gestes mémorables, depuis l'Empereur Raoul de Habsbourg iusques à Charles le Quint, Descrite en Latin par Josias Simler de Zurich Edition originale de la traduction française du "Republica Helvetiorum" de Josias Simler (1530-1576), établie par Innocent Gentilet. "Cet ouvrage, qui conciliait le droit public confédéral et l'histoire, remporta un grand succès et connut de nombreuses rééditions, enrichies par la suite d'illustrations ; traduit en allemand, français et hollandais, il constitua jusqu'au XVIIIe s. un ouvrage de référence sur la structure de l'Etat suisse" (DHS). Intéressant exemplaire de ce grand classique (sans la première garde blanche, un coin plié, fortes mouillures intérieures, bon état par ailleurs). Lonchamp 2712 Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [GRADIGNAN, France]
2018-10-20 01:33:21
Lopes de Castanheda, Fernão
Venice: Giordano Ziletti, 1577. Two volumes. [17],518,[1]; [13],365 leaves. Contemporary vellum, manuscript title on spines. Front joint of first volume cracked, other joints worn. Early bookplate on front pastedowns. Internally remarkably clean. A beautiful copy. Lopes de Castanheda is considered one of the definitive chroniclers of Portuguese activity in Asia. With the majority of the narrative focused on Persia, Arabia, China, and Molucca, this work is enhanced by the inclusion of details regarding the Portuguese exploration of Brazil. That Book One of the present work was first translated into French by Nicolas de Grouchy, Montaigne's instructor at the Coll�ge de Guyenne, shows that it had a least a partial impact on Montaigne's understanding of the New World, shedding some light on some of the source material for his numerous ESSAYS. Most of the HISTORIA... is devoted to the great Portuguese thrust into Asia in the early 16th century, chronicling their epic expansion to India, the East Indies, and China between 1497 and 1525. Castanheda himself spent some two decades in the Portuguese colonies in the East, and so was well equipped to write this account. It is one of the primary sources for the early Portuguese trading empire, a model that the British were beginning to emulate at the time of publication. Penrose says of the author: "...He wrote an impartial book of outspoken sincerity which was the fruit of years of residence in the East." However, this work is equally important for its American content, being the first to describe in detail the voyage of Cabral … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-10-19 22:17:08
1577. Condition: Very good. When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. DISCOURS SUR LES MOYENS DE BIEN GOUVERNER anti-Machiavelli 1577 Politics History 36561Gentillet, Innocent DISCOURS SUR LES MOYENS DE BIEN GOUVERNER ET MAINTENIR EN BONNE PAIX UN ROYAMUE...CONTRE NICOLAS MACHIAVEL FLORENTIN Subtitle36561, _3,2 Saved Gentillet, Innocent VG Hardcover Pages841, 1, 14, 6 woodcut title and colophon Jacob Stoer Geneva 1577 2nd Edition [Geneva : Jacob Stoer ], 1577." Seconde Edition Reveue." Sm 8vo, contemporary vellum; minmal wear, sound and straight. Contents clean. Engraved colophon. Speeches on how to govern well (1576) , known as the Anti-Machiavelli, is a reformed treaty Innocent Gentillet. The title is: Speech on how to govern well & keep peace a Kingdom, or other Principality [...] Against Machiavelli Nicolas Florentin. Montaigne alludes to this and puts it alongisde of the "Discoureses of Machiavelli..." . "The Prince was held responsible for French political corruption and for widespread contribution to any number of political and moral vices. Gentillet's interpretation of The Prince as advocating statecraft by ruthlessness and amoral duplicity was disseminated throughout Britain through the works of such popular, highly influential dramatists as William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe...." 950.00 We do not sell print on demand books- only originals. View My Feedback View My Other Items For Sale View My About Me page Visit My eBay Store Add me to your Favorite Sellers Payment by PayPal, C … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poor Man's Books Kenny Parolini [Vineland, New Jersey, US]
2018-10-08 13:42:04
ALBERTI, Leandro
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Leandro Alberti was a 15th-century Italian historian who gained his fame from his work 'Description of Italy'. This work includes descriptions of geographical and topographical aspects of Italy, in fact the 1917 Catholic Encyclopedia notes that this work "contains many valuable topographical and archaeological observations." This 1577 edition was the first edition following the first edition in 1550. It was a popular work throughout Italy, especially in Bologna where Alberti was from; a place in which he wrote extensively about in 'Descrittione'. This work also contains important descriptions of Venice and Sicily; treatises describing them as 'magnificent'. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-06 08:15:56
Horatius Flaccus Quintus
Andrea Wechel, 1577. Volume in folio legato in pergamena (tracce di manoscritto), sguardie, frontespizio con marca silografica dello stampatore, 5 carte, 313 pp., 9 carte d'indici, frontespizio, 383 pp., 12 carte d'indici, al verso dell'ultima ripetuta la marca dello stampatore. Magnifica edizione delle opere d'Orazio col commento di quello che è definito "uno dei più eccellenti commentatori di classici ... diede nuova ed inusuale forza alla critica sull'opera oraziane, universalmente applaudito" Importante e raro, il volume raccoglie i due tomi dell'edizione. Il primo di essi presenta traccia di gora per tutto il corpo dell'opera, particolarmente notanda nelle prime 40 carte per poi attenuarsi notevolmente tanto che nel secondo tomo a malapena si nota. Fatta salva questa segnalazione, l'opera è in più che buono stato, in edizione assai scarsamente reperibile, apprezzata e ricercata. Notevole
Bookseller: Libreria Accademia degli Erranti [IT]
2018-10-06 01:35:00
Bruyner, Abrah. & H. Daman [Abraham de Bruyn & Hadrian Damman]
Koln: Rutus, 1577. 4to. Complete text followed by 44 of 50 gatefold plates. An additional plate believed from another source is tipped between text and plates. Original or contemporary hand tooled full leather binding. Covers are very worn, with portions missing from three of the six spine compartments. Front end leaf with book plate of the Waldesovo Waldes Museum, Prague, is detached. Title page with inked notations along upper edge. Late text leaf with small open tear from lower edge affecting a few words. Several of the plate leaves near rear of volume with older repairs, and the last plate with paper loss entering border of illustration though not affecting images. Paper is a bit brittle and fragile, and most leaves show non-intrusive edge wear and chips. Poor+ No Dust Jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lloyd Zimmer, Books and Maps [Chanute, KS, U.S.A.]
2018-10-04 07:15:35
MELANCHTON (Philipp)
,Parisiis, Apud Michaëlem Julianum ad montem Diuf Apud Michaëlem Julianum ad montem Diuf 1577, (11 f.)-546 feuillets pp., 1 vol. in 8 relié plein vélin à rabats (reliure de l'époque), traces de mouillures anciennes, ex-libris manuscrits anciens et cachet sur page de titre, coins legerement roules en début d'ouvrage. Philipp Swarzerdt, dit Melanchthon (1497-1560) professeur de grec a l'universite de Wittenberg est un humaniste et des le debut adhere à la Reforme ; il devient le collaborateur et l'ami de Luther et les Loci Communes publies pour la première fois en 1521 sont un premier expose systematique de la pensee de Luther , a la mort de ce dernier en 1546, il deviendra le principal chef du lutherianisme.
Bookseller: Librairie Lecrocq livres anciens [France, Merfy]
2018-10-04 06:43:10
PROTESTANTISME
à Reims: de l'imprimerie de Jean Martin. Second edition, after the original from 1577, but more valuable because it is increased 100p. Rare. Brunet V, 871. Half burgundy morocco signed Lortic tail. Back to Jansenist nerves with gilt. Nice copy. Particularly violent pamphlet against the organizers of the massacre of St. Bartholomew. Queen Mother suffered a violent attack while Charles IX is cleared of involvement in any killing. The book urges the nation, the French princes and the Queen of England to deliver France from the Queen Mother. Astrologers predicted that "it will ruin the house which it takes covenant." The book presents the history of Saint-Bathelemy and exhibits historical parallels, not to mention a strong political message to the address of the rulers. Hauser. The sources of the history of France, 2156 Stroelin Cat II, 1140. "Very rare Work, containing an account of all the evil that the Protestants were the victims and who made our France a Turkey. "Stamp library to Arms: Palatine Library Vindobon on the back of the last leaf. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!.
Bookseller: Paris Rare Books and Manuscripts [France, FR]
2018-10-01 08:58:34
MIZAULD, Antoine
1577. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Antonio Mizauld was 16th-century French astronomer known for his treatises and studies on astronomy, astrology, and the effects of the heavens on human behavior. Thought to be his final book Mizauld published, 'Paradoxa Rerum Coeli' discusses the attributes of God in conjunction with seeking to provide answers to questions (or paradoxes) surrounding the unknown world, the movement of planets, and the behavior of celestial bodies. For instance; the first paradox discussed is Mizlaud describing how celestial bodies, such as the planets and stars give light to shine on their own. Mizauld also stated in this and other works that the moon, in combination with the Sun, and important repercussions for human procreation. He claims that in addition to effecting Animalia, the moon prepared female genitalia for generation and increased womanly characteristics in men and that constellations increased fertility! (Crawford, p.105). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-28 18:26:10
CORNELIUS JANSEN
1577.
Bookseller: MotkaCom [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-09-28 07:54:48
Martin Luther
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 moment, but first I want to draw your … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2018-09-25 14:27:02
Diether, Andreas.
Köln, Johannes Gymnich 1577. 8°. [8] Bll., 542 S., [1] Bl. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zt auf 3 Bünden mit hs. Rückentitel, Schließen, Rotschnitt. Einband leicht altersfleckig, Rücken mit grauer Lasur, 2 kl. Wurmlöchlein. Hs. Besitzeintrag von 1646 am Titel. Teils minimal gebräunt. 2 Stempel (Exventarisierung) am hinteren Spiegel. Gutes Exemplar dieser Ausgabe, redigiert von Hannard van Gameren. - VD 16 C 2840 (online). Diether, tätig in Augsburg, wird von Scherer geführt als `lateinischer Dramatiker` (ADB V.164). Versand D: 4,50 EUR Drucke - Druckwerke - des 16. Jahrhunderts; Lateinisch - Latin; Lateinische Literatur
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schmetz am Dom [Germany]
2018-09-22 20:53:22
Catullus; Tibullus; Propertius | Joseph Scaliger (Editor)
Lvtetiae [Paris]: Apud Mamertum Patissonium, in officina Rob. Stephani, 1577. Full Leather. Very Good binding. 16mo. A First Edition copy of Joseph Scaliger's controversial nova edition of Catullus, Tibullus, and Propertius. According to Jacob Bernays "this was Scaliger's most methodical edition, the one which marked his complete triumph over the vanity and incompetence of Italian correctors... Timpanaro has argued that this edition of Catullus is the most remarkable anticipation of Lachmann's method before the eighteenth century." One volume, printed in two parts, with separate title page, pagination, and register; woodcut engraved vignettes on the title pages. [16], 274, [2], 252, [16] pp. Final leaf blank; E7 and S2 also blanks, all present. Spot of staining affecting the fore edge of about the last thirty pages. Attractive full calf, with raised bands; lettering and decoration stamped in gilt in compartments. Joints cracked but holding tight. Very Good. (Grafton, Anthony T. "Joseph Scaliger's Edition of Catullus (1577) and the Traditions of Textual Criticism in the Renaissance." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, vol. 38, 1975, pp. 155-181. JSTOR, JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/750952. ). Very Good binding.
Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc. [United States]
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2018-09-21 12:35:44
[JAMBLIQUE]
Lyon, Jean de Tournes, 1577 ; in-16 ; plein veau havane, dos à nerfs orné de fleurons et titre dorés, grand fer décoratif doré ovale au centre des plats dans un encadrement de filet doré (reliure de l'époque) ; 543 pp., (1) p. (Marque Prisme d) (signatures : a-z 8 ; A-L 8). Bas du dos et haut du plat restaurés dans l'esprit de la Bibliothèque Nationale ; bon exemplaire dans l'ensemble. Imprimée sur un beau vergé assez fin, cette édition est, avec la première de 1549, la plus belle des cinq éditions de Jamblique données par Jean de Tournes. Philosophe grec neo-platonicien, né à Chalcis (seconde moitié du IIIe siècle - circa 333), adepte des doctrines de Platon et Pythagore, il est un des principaux fondateurs de l'ecclectisme alexandrin, qui cherchait à s'opposer au Christianisme. Ses recherches le menèrent à l'étude des religions et philosophies chaldéennes et égyptiennes, ce qui le conduisit à faire grands cas des mystères et des initiations (Ferguson, 305).
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France, Lyon]
2018-09-20 22:30:17
Iacobum Keruer, Paris, 1577. 32x23, port. a 2 tintas con pérdida en parte inf. (reforzada), 32h, 234f. COMMUNE SANCTORUM: 44f (el 21 sustituido por hoja blanca), 19p índices, PROPIUM FESTORUM: 65f, ORATIONES DIVERSAE PRO DEFUNCTIS xcvii-cxp. MISSAE: port, 1h, 76p. - Corto de margen sup, manchas de humedad, 3 hojas con pérdida de texto sustituida por texto manuscrito de época, varias hojas remarginadas (algunas con pequeña pérdida de texto, alguna rasgadura. Plena piel deteriorada.
Bookseller: Escalinata, librería [Madrid, Spain]
2018-09-15 20:48:52
Holinshed, Raphael
London: Henry Brynneman for Lucas (Volume II Iohn) Harrison, 1577. First Edition. 2 folio volumes (280 x 190 mm). 17th century blind-ruled calf with later gilding to spine; rebacked with spines laid down and corners renewed. Black letter, double column, with Roman headlines and sidenotes, woodcut title border, printer's device, author's woodcut arms on title versos, numerous woodcuts. In Volume I, E6-8 are canceled and F7 is a cancel as usual; in Volume II, L7 and Xxxx1 are cancels, Oooo3 is uncancelled. Scattered stains including waterstain in quire P of Volume I, headlines, sidenotes, and page numbers occasionally shaved. In Volume II page 1385 are 18 lines of verse in a contemporary hand, beginning, "A tyme their was when sillie bees could speake" (variously attributed to John Lyly or to Shakespeare). In all a very desirable copy, housed in two full morocco pull-off cases. Provenance of Henry Mellor (16c inscription on title), Edward Saunders (inscription in Volume II), Kendrick Francis Saunders (bookplate), Frank Brewer Bremis (bookplate), Harold Greenhill (bookplate), and H. Bradley Martin (bookplate and sale at Sotheby's, 30 April 1990, Lot 2917). This copy last selling at auction in 2005 for over $31,000. First edition of the major Elizabethan chronicle that served as one of Shakespeare's most important sources for his histories and tragedies. Though the ambitious project was initially outlined by Reynor Wolfe, it was his assistant Raphael Holinshed who took over the tome and finished the project following his master's death. Following its release, the universal h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2018-09-14 09:19:20
Holinshed, Raphael
London: Henry Brynneman for Lucas (Volume II Iohn) Harrison, 1577. First Edition. 2 folio volumes (280 x 190 mm). 17th century blind-ruled calf with later gilding to spine; rebacked with spines laid down and corners renewed. Black letter, double column, with Roman headlines and sidenotes, woodcut title border, printer's device, author's woodcut arms on title versos, numerous woodcuts. In Volume I, E6-8 are canceled and F7 is a cancel as usual; in Volume II, L7 and Xxxx1 are cancels, Oooo3 is uncancelled. Scattered stains including waterstain in quire P of Volume I, headlines, sidenotes, and page numbers occasionally shaved. In Volume II page 1385 are 18 lines of verse in a contemporary hand, beginning, "A tyme their was when sillie bees could speake" (variously attributed to John Lyly or to Shakespeare). In all a very desirable copy, housed in two full morocco pull-off cases. Provenance of Henry Mellor (16c inscription on title), Edward Saunders (inscription in Volume II), Kendrick Francis Saunders (bookplate), Frank Brewer Bremis (bookplate), Harold Greenhill (bookplate), and H. Bradley Martin (bookplate and sale at Sotheby's, 30 April 1990, Lot 2917). This copy last selling at auction in 2005 for over $31,000. First edition of the major Elizabethan chronicle that served as one of Shakespeare's most important sources for his histories and tragedies. Though the ambitious project was initially outlined by Reynor Wolfe, it was his assistant Raphael Holinshed who took over the tome and finished the project following his master's death. Following its release, the uni … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [US]
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2018-09-13 14:17:24
Holinshed, Raphael
London: Henry Brynneman for Lucas (Volume II Iohn) Harrison, 1577. First Edition. 2 folio volumes (280 x 190 mm). 17th century blind-ruled calf with later gilding to spine; rebacked with spines laid down and corners renewed. Black letter, double column, with Roman headlines and sidenotes, woodcut title border, printer's device, author's woodcut arms on title versos, numerous woodcuts. In Volume I, E6-8 are canceled and F7 is a cancel as usual; in Volume II, L7 and Xxxx1 are cancels, Oooo3 is uncancelled. Scattered stains including waterstain in quire P of Volume I, headlines, sidenotes, and page numbers occasionally shaved. In Volume II page 1385 are 18 lines of verse in a contemporary hand, beginning, "A tyme their was when sillie bees could speake" (variously attributed to John Lyly or to Shakespeare). In all a very desirable copy, housed in two full morocco pull-off cases. Provenance of Henry Mellor (16c inscription on title), Edward Saunders (inscription in Volume II), Kendrick Francis Saunders (bookplate), Frank Brewer Bremis (bookplate), Harold Greenhill (bookplate), and H. Bradley Martin (bookplate and sale at Sotheby's, 30 April 1990, Lot 2917). This copy last selling at auction in 2005 for over $31,000. First edition of the major Elizabethan chronicle that served as one of Shakespeare's most important sources for his histories and tragedies. Though the ambitious project was initially outlined by Reynor Wolfe, it was his assistant Raphael Holinshed who took over the tome and finished the project following his master's death. Following its release, the universal hist … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [USA]
2018-09-13 00:11:43
Holinshed, Raphael
London: Henry Brynneman for Lucas (Volume II Iohn) Harrison, 1577. First Edition. 2 folio volumes (280 x 190 mm). 17th century blind-ruled calf with later gilding to spine; rebacked with spines laid down and corners renewed. Black letter, double column, with Roman headlines and sidenotes, woodcut title border, printer's device, author's woodcut arms on title versos, numerous woodcuts. In Volume I, E6-8 are canceled and F7 is a cancel as usual; in Volume II, L7 and Xxxx1 are cancels, Oooo3 is uncancelled. Scattered stains including waterstain in quire P of Volume I, headlines, sidenotes, and page numbers occasionally shaved. In Volume II page 1385 are 18 lines of verse in a contemporary hand, beginning, "A tyme their was when sillie bees could speake" (variously attributed to John Lyly or to Shakespeare). In all a very desirable copy, housed in two full morocco pull-off cases. Provenance of Henry Mellor (16c inscription on title), Edward Saunders (inscription in Volume II), Kendrick Francis Saunders (bookplate), Frank Brewer Bremis (bookplate), Harold Greenhill (bookplate), and H. Bradley Martin (bookplate and sale at Sotheby's, 30 April 1990, Lot 2917). This copy last selling at auction in 2005 for over $31,000. First edition of the major Elizabethan chronicle that served as one of Shakespeare's most important sources for his histories and tragedies. Though the ambitious project was initially outlined by Reynor Wolfe, it was his assistant Raphael Holinshed who took over the tome and finished the project following his master's death. Following its release, the universal hist … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [USA]
2018-08-30 06:14:37
HOLINSHED, Raphael.:
At London, imprinted for Iohn Hunne, 1577.. Conteyning, the description and chronicles of England, from the first inhabiting vnto the conquest. The description and chronicles of Scotland, from the first originall of the Scottes nation, till the yeare of our Lorde. 1571. The description and chronicles of Yrelande, likewise from the firste originall of that nation, vntill the yeare. 1547. Faithfully gathered and set forth, by Raphaell Holinshed. Arthur Satrey's ownership inscription in old ink dated 27 February 1577 on dedication leaf and John Harding's ownership inscription dated 1678 in upper margin of title to second part. FIRST EDITION, VOLUME I ONLY OF TWO, 1577, (Volume II continued the history of England to the reign of Elizabeth I). Small folio, slightly trimmed copy, 285 x 190 mm, 11¼ x 7½ inches, bound in eights, each of the 3 parts has its own decorated title page showing a mermaid, lion heads, fruit and plants, an angel at the top and beneath 1577, at the foot "God save the Queene", text in black letter in 2 columns, over 500 woodcuts in the text of various sizes, plus large historiated initials, leaves: [9], 1-126, (last page misnumbered 124), pages: 1-289, [1]; [8], 1-22, lacks blank, 1-518, [26] ; leaves: [4], 1-28; pages: 1-115, [8 of 9]; lacks page of faults, bound in full blind stamped calf, rebacked at sometime keeping early covers. Binding rubbed and with repairs, slight loss to head of spine, hinges cracked but covers still firmly attached, inner hinges strengthened with thick paper, first title page has margins neatly trimmed and is laid down on ol … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton [United Kingdom]
2018-08-29 23:49:54
HOLINSHED, Raphael.
At London imprinted for Iohn Hunne. Conteyning, the description and chronicles of England, from the first inhabiting vnto the conquest. The description and chronicles of Scotland, from the first originall of the Scottes nation, till the yeare of our Lorde. 1571. The description and chronicles of Yrelande, likewise from the firste originall of that nation, vntill the yeare. 1547. Faithfully gathered and set forth, by Raphaell Holinshed. Arthur Satrey's ownership inscription in old ink dated 27 February 1577 on dedication leaf and John Harding's ownership inscription dated 1678 in upper margin of title to second part. FIRST EDITION, VOLUME I ONLY OF TWO, 1577, (Volume II continued the history of England to the reign of Elizabeth I). Small folio, slightly trimmed copy, 285 x 190 mm, 11¼ x 7½ inches, bound in eights, each of the 3 parts has its own decorated title page showing a mermaid, lion heads, fruit and plants, an angel at the top and beneath 1577, at the foot "God save the Queene", text in black letter in 2 columns, over 500 woodcuts in the text of various sizes, plus large historiated initials, leaves: [9], 1-126, (last page misnumbered 124), pages: 1-289, [1]; [8], 1-22, lacks blank, 1-518, [26] ; leaves: [4], 1-28; pages: 1-115, [8 of 9]; lacks page of faults, bound in full blind stamped calf, rebacked at sometime keeping early covers. Binding rubbed and with repairs, slight loss to head of spine, hinges cracked but covers still firmly attached, inner hinges strengthened with thick paper, first title page has margins neatly trimmed and is laid down on old paper, with … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-08-24 06:56:24
Ascham, Roger (1515-1568).
Excusam Londini: Pro Francisco Coldocko, 1577. First edition. Small 8vo (14 cm.). (12), 296 pp. Title framed within a wide ornamental border. Colophon: "Londini, Ex typographia Henrici Middletoni, 1577." Written in 1547 but unpublished during Ascham's life, this anti-clerical work, an attack of the mass and the priesthood, appeared a decade after his death and is now recognized as an important contribution to the development of Protestantism during the reformation. With the 1903 printed book label of Frederick Duleep Singh (1968-1926), son of the last Maharajah of the Sikh empire, on the front pastedown. STC 825. ESTC S100257. A relatively uncommon Ascham title (OCLC locates 16 copies, six in the United States: Huntington, Yale, Newberry, Illinois, Harvard, Texas-Austin). Scarce in trade (two copies sold at auction in the past 40 years (1976-2017). In most copies, the imprint date has been altered to "1578" by hand; in this copy, a previous owner has returned the "7" in ink. Lacks the first and eighth leaves in the preliminaries (both blanks); with contemporary and near contemporary ink annotations, underlining, and markings throughout in several hands, a good copy. 19th-century polished calf (rubbed, spine ends and corners bumped, front board detached), all edges red. (9861).
Bookseller: Bartleby's Books [Chevy Chase, Maryland, U.S.A.]
2018-08-22 02:02:04
Mexican Mining]
[Mexico, 1577. [235] leaves. Contains four rough maps showing four mine sites in Taxco. Folio. Modern full vellum with ties. Some staining. Worming, only occasionally affecting text. Very good. In three-quarter morocco and cloth clamshell box. While the conquistadores came to Mexico largely in hope of finding vast mineral wealth, they were for the most part disappointed in the first two decades after the Conquest. It was not until the early 1540s that a great lode of silver was developed in Mexico, when a great bonanza was discovered by Don Luis Castilla at Taxco, near Mexico City. Little has been known previously of Castilla's career. He came to Mexico from Spain in 1530. In 1536 there is a record of an oath of allegiance by him to Nuno de Guzman. He became Alcalde Mayor of Taxco in 1542, apparently having made his great strike there several years earlier. The first record of mining at Taxco is a grant of Hernan Cortes, the conqueror of Mexico, to his sons, giving them the right to mine there. Castilla was related to Cortes through the latter's second wife, and it is probable that this is how he became involved in Taxco. The wealth of the mine Castilla developed was enormous. Some idea of its magnitude can be had from the description of Castilla's household given by Dorantes de Carranza: "He maintained a large household, because he was a great lord with such grandness, many horses, servants, arms, persons and retinue, that it was as brilliant as a household of any scale. And such were the riches that he took from the mine at Taxco, that he could make all this sho … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-08-19 13:11:02
MACHIAVELLI (Niccolo) ou MACHIAVEL (Nicolas)
Paris, Guillaume de la Noue, 1577. In-8, plein maroquin rouge, dos à 5 nerfs filetés or, pièce de titre et de date de maroquin olive, grandes armoiries mosaïquées au centre des plats sur pièce de maroquin olive ovale, filet sur les coupes, triple filet sur les chasses, tranches dorées (reliure moderne dans le goût de l’époque), (1) f. de titre, (22) p., 294 f., (20) p. de table Première édition de la première traduction française des 'Istorie fiorentine’, par le seigneur Yves de Brinon, qui la dédit à Catherine de Médicis dont il fut l'espion. Cette édition a été partagée entre G. De la Noue et J. Borel, qui obtinrent conjointement le privilège pour dix ans. Entre les deux émissions, seul le titre a changé: "Histoire de Florence" pour Borel et "Histoire Florentine" pour La Noue, comme indiqué dans le privilège. L'ouvrage a été composé à la demande du cardinal Jules de Médicis et publié à titre posthume. Machiavel analyse l’histoire du développement politique et économique de la cité qu’il saisit d’une façon magistrale. C’est également le laboratoire dans lequel les thèses exposées dans le 'Prince' et dans les 'Discours sur la première décade de Tite-Live' sont mises à l’épreuve du devenir historique. (Bertelli Innocenti, ‘Bibliographia Machiavelliana’, p. 60, n°160). Petite restauration au feuillet 9 sans atteinte au texte, qqs notes manuscrites anciennes dans les marges, petite auréole claire à qqs f. Provenance: le marquis de Villoutreys, au château de Plessis-Villoutreys (Maine et Loire), avec ses grandes armes dorées sur les plats et son ex-libris gravé. Bel exemplaire, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL [PARIS, France]
2018-08-13 06:20:56
Coelestinus, Georgius; Celestin, Georg (1525-1579)
Frankfurt an der Oder: Johann Eichorn, 1577. Frankfurt an der Oder: Johann Eichorn. Good with no dust jacket. 1577. 1st Edition. Half-Leather. [12] [2] ff; 142; [6] ff, 145-302 ff; [10], 139, [1], [8],136, [1] ff. Occasional erratic page numbering but catches and signatures agree, everything is present and in the proper spot. In 4 parts, each part with its own title page. Thick folio, 12.25" in handsome binding with modern leather spine with raised bands and gilt stamping in the compartments, dark brown morocco label, antique marbled heavy boards with a bit of rubbing to the corners. Interior has old reinforcement at gutters and end papers renewed a century ago with ink ownership inscription. Engraved first title page with some old markings, title page engraving shows various worthies coming to the Augsburg Diet. Mostly in Latin, although 151-168 are in black letter German. Wide margin paper, browned overall, a few pages have old neat repairs in the top margin, but otherwise clean and sturdy. USTC 663037 Celestin was a German Lutheran theologian from Plauen who wrote a history of the Augsburg Diet and Confession held in the year 1530, including the principles of religious deliberation, counsels and answers, " the means of peace and concord between the papists, the Epistles, the gospels." Includes letters from Melanchthon, Luther, Johan Brentium and many others. Quite scarce, only one copy recorded at auction in the last 50 years, and only 3 copies in North American libraries, this one very handsomely and impressively bound by a master binder. ; Folio 13 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Leaf and Stone Books (nee Greekdrama) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2018-08-09 18:34:03
Mexican Mining]
[Mexico, 1577. [235] leaves. Contains four rough maps showing four mine sites in Taxco. Folio. Modern full vellum with ties. Some staining. Worming, only occasionally affecting text. Very good. In three-quarter morocco and cloth clamshell box. While the conquistadores came to Mexico largely in hope of finding vast mineral wealth, they were for the most part disappointed in the first two decades after the Conquest. It was not until the early 1540s that a great lode of silver was developed in Mexico, when a great bonanza was discovered by Don Luis Castilla at Taxco, near Mexico City. Little has been known previously of Castilla's career. He came to Mexico from Spain in 1530. In 1536 there is a record of an oath of allegiance by him to Nuno de Guzman. He became Alcalde Mayor of Taxco in 1542, apparently having made his great strike there several years earlier. The first record of mining at Taxco is a grant of Hernan Cortes, the conqueror of Mexico, to his sons, giving them the right to mine there. Castilla was related to Cortes through the latter's second wife, and it is probable that this is how he became involved in Taxco. The wealth of the mine Castilla developed was enormous. Some idea of its magnitude can be had from the description of Castilla's household given by Dorantes de Carranza: "He maintained a large household, because he was a great lord with such grandness, many horses, servants, arms, persons and retinue, that it was as brilliant as a household of any scale. And such were the riches that he took from the mine at Taxco, that he could make all this sho … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-08-09 06:07:39
Simler, Josias.
Zürich, Christoffel Froschouwer, 1577. 16,5x10,5 cm. 259 Bl. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln, mit 2 Metallschliessen. VD16 S 6514. - Leemann-van Elck, Offizin Froschauer S.149. - Barth 23679. - Haller IV, 409. - Hauptwerk des Theologen Josias Simler (1530-1576) in der wichtigeren 2. Verbesserten und ergänzten deutschen Ausgabe. Die deutsche Ausgabe erschien erstmals 1576 im Jahr der Erstausgabe in lateinischer Sprache. - Das Werk erlebte zahlreiche Auflagen und Übersetzungen und blieb bis zur Helvetik das vollständigste Handbuch des schweizerischen Staatsrechts. Feller/Bonjour 162 schreibt: «Cromwell studierte diese Systematik der Schweizergeschichte beim Aufbau des britischen Staates. Kein Werk aus schweizerischer Feder ist so oft aufgelegt worden; es schwang sich über den Glaubenshass der Zeit hinweg». - (Eine Metallschliesse ohne den Steg zum Einhaken. Kleiner Besitzerstempel auf Innendeckel. Vorderes fliegendes Vorsatzpapier mit herausgeschnittenem Name. Blatt 137 mit kleinem Randeinriss. Nur vereinzelte kleine Flecken, schönes Exemplar). Sprache: deutsch. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat [Zürich, ZH, Switzerland]
2018-07-14 22:17:56
Römischer Katechismus - Markus Sittikus [Bischof von Konstanz]
Ingolstat Sartorium : Sartorium,, 1577. [Titelblatt in rot/schwarz gedruckt und Wappenholzschnitt 5] Bl., 841 S. 4° Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln mit reichlicher onramentaler Rollenprägung VD16 K 2061; Dritte deutsche Ausgabe des Catechismus Romanus, des Katechismus des Konzils von Trient, erstmals mit der Vorrede von M. Sittich von Hohenems, Bischof von Konstanz. - "Nicht ein Katechismus im heutigen Sinne des Wortes, sondern ein katechetisches und homiletisches Handbuch für die Pfarrgeistlichen." (Wetzer/W.). Eintragungen von alter Hand auf den Innendeckeln, Innen etwas fleckig, Schliessen fehlend, Stempel auf Vorsatz, Einband nachgedunkelt. Versand D: 2,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Germany]
2018-07-05 06:59:30
(Kayser Karl V)
Frankfurt /M., Johann Schmidt in Verlegung Sigmund Feyerabends, 1577. 5 Blatt, 30 Seiten mit einem gestochen Titelbild u. 6 Holzstichen im Text u. Druckermarke von Tobias Stimmer, Pappband des 19. Jahrhunderts, quart, (gering fleckig u. gebräunt / Exlibris auf Vorsatz / alter Besitzername auf Titel) --- - Constitutio criminalis carolina / seltene frühe Ausgabe der Carolina. Nicht bei Sauer. -
Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat [Germany]
2018-07-05 06:27:15
PLAUTUS, M. ACCIUS. - [THE EXCELLENT LAMBINUS-EDITION]
Lugduni (Lyon), Expensis Gulielmi Hertman, 1577. Folio. Nice later (ab. 1800) half calf w. gilt title-label to back. Corners a bit worn. Title-page repaired from verso, no loss. Marginal annotations in cont. hand, some shaved. A nice copy w. only occasional minor brownspotting and a damp stain to top of first four, and a few later, leaves, not affecting text. Also a damp stain to lower margin of about 30 leaves, mostly towards end, barely affecting text. Last leaf soiled and w. repair to bottom, not affecting text. Owner's inscription to title-page stating that Stephanus Johannes from Copenhagen, Denmark, bought the book in Wittenberg in June 1622, inscription shaved. (8), 792 pp., ff. (28, -Index). ¶ The rare counterfeit-edition of the excellent Lambinus-edition of Plautus' works, which originally appeared in 1576. A counterfeit-edition also appeared in Cologne in 1577, and they are both of as great value to Plautus-scholarship as the 1576-edition, all three being of about equal scarcity.The work is especially esteemed for its commentaries, emendations and notes by Lambinus. "The celebrity of Lambinus in almost every classical work which he edited, has already been frequently noticed. Of this admirable edition, Lambinus lived to finish only the first twelve comedies; but his colleague, Helius, professor of Greek, completed the work, partly by transcribing what remained in Lambinus's hand-writing on the subsequent comedies, and partly by the insertion of his own notes, and emendations of the text. In forming the edition, many MSS. And ancient publications were consulted. "I … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-29 20:38:56
Godefroy, Henri.
1577. 8vo. (32), 382, (2) pp. Fine printer's mark on title and several decorated initials. Contemporary limp vellum, spine with traces of former calf reinforcement. First and only edition. A rare treatise against usury written "for all Christians and particularly for the people of Paris". The author launches a vehement attack on luxury in general and on the taking of interest as one of the greatest of all sins, forbidden by all laws, and against the law of nature. He discusses the prohibitions by Mosaic law, the Prophets, Jesus Christ, the Apostles, canon law and civil law and quotes from the proclamations against usury and usurers issued by the Paris parliament in 1565, by Charles IX in 1567 and by Henry III in 1577. The second part of the book provides more detailed information about the various types of usury, how to approach them, how to treat usurers, etc. As an example of God's hatred of luxury and usury, the author reminds the reader of the dreadful fate of the city of Antwerp, "one of the richest and most prosperous cities in all Christianity", which was sacked in the "Spanish Fury" only a year before the publication of this book, causing the end of Antwerp's prosperity. Godefroy calls himself "Parisien, profez en l'Abbaye S. Denis en France, & docteur en la faculté de Theologie à Paris". - Binding worn, both covers nearly detached. Upper margin of first and last leaves stained, some leaves spotted. Old ownership to title-page (dated 1681); additional early annotations to verso of final leaf. Very rare. OCLC 492381754. Not in Adams or BM-STC French. Not in Kress, Go … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2018-06-29 08:13:46
SMID, HENRICK. (HENRIK SMITH).
1577. Kiøbenh., (Peter Hake) 1650. 3 helldrbd. fra omkring 1800. Komplet med fællestitelbl. og alle 6 dele.Medindbd.: En kort Underviisning om Skiørbug, hvorledis...kand forekommis oc Cureris. Aff Facultate Medica. K., 1645. (30) pp. ¶ Gennemgående et velbevaret ekspl. af den sjældne 1650-udgave.
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-29 08:13:46
SMID, HENRICK. (HENRIK SMITH).
1577. Kiøbenhaffn, (Kolophon: Peter Haake paa Joachim Moltkens Bekostning), 1650. Lille 8vo. Senere hldrbd. med glat ryg og uden rygtitel. Marmoreret sidepapir. Fællestitelbladet i rødt/sort og med alle 5 deltitelblade. Vignetter i træsnit på titelblade. Fællestitelbladet med reparationer i hjørner og et mindre hul i midten. 7 af de første blade med reparationer i hjørner, uden tab af tekst. Fællestitelbladet med brugsspor, men ellers ganske ren og velbevaret. (16),569,(5);(2),165,(4);(4),256,(2);(12),73,(1);(8),37,(1);(7),368,(10) pp. ¶ Sidste udgave af Henrik Smiths berømte lægebog. Dette eksemplar er varianten med kolofon: Paa Joachim Moltkens Bekostning.Bibl. Danica I:799.
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-29 08:13:46
SMID, HENRICK. (HENRIK SMITH).
1577. Kiøbenhaffn, (Peter Haake paa Joachim Moltkens Bekostning), 1650. Lille 8vo. Nyere hpergamentsbind med titlen i kalligrafi på ryg. Originalt marmorert snit. Fællestitelbladet trykt i rød/sort. Med alle 5 deltitelblade.(16),569,(5);(2),165,(4);(4),256,(2);(12),73,(1);(8),37,(1);(7),368,(10) pp. Lidt ormehuller i margin af 1. del. Titebladet kantrepareret og forstærket på bagsiden. Lettere brugsspor, men et ganske velbevaret eksemplar. ¶ Sidste udgave af Henrik Smiths berømte lægebog. Dette eksemplar er varianten med kolofon: Paa Joachim Moltkens Bekostning. - Bibl. Danica I:799.
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-29 08:13:45
SMID, HENRICK. (HENRIK SMITH).
Kiøbenhaffn, (Andrea Gutterwitz), 1577. 4to. Indbundet i et smukt pastichebind af flammet kalv med rig rygforgyldning med anvendelse af gamle stempler og forgyldt skindtitel. Her og der lidt tæt beskåret men uden tab. Fællestitelbladet trykt i rød/sort. Med træskårne sammensatte rammer. Her og der med gl. tilskrifter. Enkelte bladhjørner reparerede. ¶ Komplet eksemplar af 1577-udgaven, som faktisk er en samlet udgave af Smids medicinske værker. I komplet stand er bogen nu efterhånden en sjældenhed.Laur. Nielsen, 1508. - Thesaurus I, 269.
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-28 21:47:10
LUTHER, MARTIN - "LUTHERS HUSPOSTIL"
Kiøbenhaffn, Matz Vinggaard, 1577. Folio. Senere udekoreret hellæderbind over træ (fra omkr. 1750), 2 lukkestroppe med messingspænder. Ryg med ophøjede bind og enkel blindtrykt rullestempel i rygfelterne. Kanter lidt slidte. Mindre revner i false ved nederste rygfelt. (14),171,155,114 blade. To blade i faksimile (titelbladet og sidste blad). Enkelte blade defekte med lidt teksttab, men blad I (A1) mangler ca. 1/4 (nederste højre del). En del blade brunplettet, ca. 15 blade lidt kantflossede, 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]
2018-06-12 07:28:15
HOLY BIBLE, BISHOPS' VERSION.:
London, R. Jugge, Printer to the Queenes Majestie 1577.. Bishops' version, 1577, 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, title page, 2-127, Psalmes, title page, pages: [4], 1-99, page 99 misplacedin last section, [14 of 16], lacks A1. 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 matching and partially renewed at sometime, ornate gilt monogram to both boards: "C C", early endpapers r … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton [United Kingdom]
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2018-06-11 21:35:23
HOLY BIBLE, BISHOPS' VERSION.
London R. Jugge Printer to the Queenes Majestie. Bishops' version, 1577, 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, title page, 2-127, Psalmes, title page, pages: [4], 1-99, page 99 misplacedin last section, [14 of 16], lacks A1. 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 matching and partially renewed at sometime, ornate gilt monogram to both boards: "C C", early endpapers retained. Inner … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-06-11 12:49:56
MACHIAVELLI (Niccolo) ou MACHIAVEL (Nicolas)
Paris, Guillaume de la Noue, 1577. In-8, plein maroquin rouge, dos à 5 nerfs filetés or, pièce de titre et de date de maroquin olive, grandes armoiries mosaïquées au centre des plats sur pièce de maroquin olive ovale, filet sur les coupes, triple filet sur les chasses, tranches dorées (reliure moderne dans le goût de l'époque), (1) f. de titre, (22) p., 294 f., (20) p. de table Première édition de la première traduction française des 'Istorie fiorentine', par le seigneur Yves de Brinon, qui la dédit à Catherine de Médicis dont il fut l'espion. Cette édition a été partagée entre G. De la Noue et J. Borel, qui obtinrent conjointement le privilège pour dix ans. Entre les deux émissions, seul le titre a changé: "Histoire de Florence" pour Borel et "Histoire Florentine" pour La Noue, comme indiqué dans le privilège. L'ouvrage a été composé à la demande du cardinal Jules de Médicis et publié à titre posthume. Machiavel analyse l'histoire du développement politique et économique de la cité qu'il saisit d'une façon magistrale. C'est également le laboratoire dans lequel les thèses exposées dans le 'Prince' et dans les 'Discours sur la première décade de Tite-Live' sont mises à l'épreuve du devenir historique. (Bertelli Innocenti, 'Bibliographia Machiavelliana', p. 60, n°160). Petite restauration au feuillet 9 sans atteinte au texte, qqs notes manuscrites anciennes dans les marges, petite auréole claire à qqs f. Provenance: le marquis de Villoutreys, au château de Plessis-Villoutreys (Maine et Loire), avec ses grandes armes dorées sur les plats et son ex-libris gravé. Bel exemplaire, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Hatchuel [FR]
2018-06-10 06:14:10
GEUFFROY, Antoine.:
Basileae: Per Sebastianum Henricpetri, Anno Salutis nostrae instauratae, 1577.. deinde per Guilhelmum Godeleuaeum Latine reddita ; postremo nunc aucta, Mahometicaeque sectae refutatio utilissima addita. Pars II. Solymanni XII. & Selymi XIII. Turcar. Impp. contra Christianos: vicissimque Christianorum contra hos, sub auspicijs trium potentis. Rom. Imppp.[sic] Caroli V, Ferdinandi & Maximiliani II, res gestae, bella, prælia & expeditiones, ab anno M.D.XX. usque in praesentem annum M.D.LXXVII. peractae; ex varijs auctoribus in unum opusculum collectae: per, N. Honigerum .. ; cum gemino indice rerum ac verborum locupl. 2 volumes, complete set, SECOND EDITIONS 1577, printer and date from colophons, at head of title page in Volume I is "Pars I", "Pars 2" at head of title page in Volume II, Latin text, 8vos, approximately 160 x 95 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, large printer's pictorial device on final blank page of each volume, a few historiated initials, pages: Volume I, [88], 1-509, (3), prelims include Epistola and index, collation: a-e8, ?4, A-II8; Volume II, [2 of 8], 1-728, [24] - index, LACKING 8 PRELIM LEAVES INCLUDING TITLE PAGE, title page now supplied in pale facsimile, collation: ):(8 (- ):(1-8), Aa-Zz8, aa-Aaa8, bound in full modern blind panelled speckled calf, gilt raised bands to spine, richly gilt in compartments, contrasting gilt lettered morocco labels, edges speckled red, new endpapers, housed in sturdy custom made cloth bound slipcase. Volume I: title page faintly foxed in margins, 2 names in margin, 1 crossed out, slightly chipped at inner margin and now laid down … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton [United Kingdom]
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2018-06-07 01:00:22
MACHIAVELLI (Niccolo) ou MACHIAVEL (Nicolas)
Paris, Guillaume de la Noue, 1577. In-8, plein maroquin rouge, dos à 5 nerfs filetés or, pièce de titre et de date de maroquin olive, grandes armoiries mosaïquées au centre des plats sur pièce de maroquin olive ovale, filet sur les coupes, triple filet sur les chasses, tranches dorées (reliure moderne dans le goût de l’époque), (1) f. de titre, (22) p., 294 f., (20) p. de table Première édition de la première traduction française des 'Istorie fiorentine’, par le seigneur Yves de Brinon, qui la dédit à Catherine de Médicis dont il fut l'espion. Cette édition a été partagée entre G. De la Noue et J. Borel, qui obtinrent conjointement le privilège pour dix ans. Entre les deux émissions, seul le titre a changé: "Histoire de Florence" pour Borel et "Histoire Florentine" pour La Noue, comme indiqué dans le privilège. L'ouvrage a été composé à la demande du cardinal Jules de Médicis et publié à titre posthume. Machiavel analyse l’histoire du développement politique et économique de la cité qu’il saisit d’une façon magistrale. C’est également le laboratoire dans lequel les thèses exposées dans le 'Prince' et dans les 'Discours sur la première décade de Tite-Live' sont mises à l’épreuve du devenir historique. (Bertelli Innocenti, ‘Bibliographia Machiavelliana’, p. 60, n°160). Petite restauration au feuillet 9 sans atteinte au texte, qqs notes manuscrites anciennes dans les marges, petite auréole claire à qqs f. Provenance: le marquis de Villoutreys, au château de Plessis-Villoutreys (Maine et Loire), avec ses grandes armes dorées sur les plats et son ex-libris gravé. Bel exemplaire, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL [PARIS, France]
2018-06-06 20:51:56
BRUYN, Abraham de
Rutus, [Köln], 1577. In-folio. Collation : (24) ff., 49 planches. Vélin doré, dos orné, grand fleuron azuré doré au centre, filet doré d'encadrement, tranches dorées. (Reliure de l'époque). ____ Première édition. Elle est illustrée d'un titre gravé et 49 planches (sur 50) gravées sur cuivre par Abraham de Bruyn. Toutes sur double pages elles montrent 206 personnages dans des costumes différents. On y trouve représentés les costumes des divers peuples de l'Europe, de la Turquie, de l'Inde. Abraham de Bruyn (Anvers 1540 - Cologne 1587) à la fois graveur et peintre, s'est fait un nom dans les arts. "Les estampes qu'il a publié, bien qu'elles laissent voir des duretés et des négligences, sont recherchées des amateurs qui aiment un burin élégant et une main des plus sûres. La dernière planche du recueil manque, mais selon Vinet, "Les exemplaires de ce recueil ne sont jamais complets." Vinet, Bibliographie méthodique et raisonnée des beaux-arts 2087. Petit accroc en haut de la page de titre. Très bel exemplaire en vélin doré. *-------* First edition. Illustrated with an engraved title and 49 copper plates (on 50) engraved by Abraham de Bruyn (Anvers 1540 - Cologne 1587). All on double page, they show 206 characters showing the costumes of the various peoples of Europe, Turkey, India . The last plate of this serie is missing. According to Vinet, ( Bibliographie méthodique et raisonnée des beaux-arts 2087) this serie is never complete. Very rare. Magnificient contemporary binding. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [Paris, France]
2018-06-03 20:51:51
GEUFFROY, Antoine.:
Basileae: Per Sebastianum Henricpetri, Anno Salutis nostrae instauratae, 1577. deinde per Guilhelmum Godeleuaeum Latine reddita ; postremo nunc aucta, Mahometicaeque sectae refutatio utilissima addita. Pars II. Solymanni XII. & Selymi XIII. Turcar. Impp. contra Christianos: vicissimque Christianorum contra hos, sub auspicijs trium potentis. Rom. Imppp.[sic] Caroli V, Ferdinandi & Maximiliani II, res gestae, bella, prælia & expeditiones, ab anno M.D.XX. usque in praesentem annum M.D.LXXVII. peractae; ex varijs auctoribus in unum opusculum collectae: per, N. Honigerum .. ; cum gemino indice rerum ac verborum locupl. 2 volumes, complete set, SECOND EDITIONS 1577, printer and date from colophons, at head of title page in Volume I is "Pars I", "Pars 2" at head of title page in Volume II, Latin text, 8vos, approximately 160 x 95 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, large printer's pictorial device on final blank page of each volume, a few historiated initials, pages: Volume I, [88], 1-509, (3), prelims include Epistola and index, collation: a-e8, ?4, A-II8; Volume II, [2 of 8], 1-728, [24] - index, LACKING 8 PRELIM LEAVES INCLUDING TITLE PAGE, title page now supplied in pale facsimile, collation: ):(8 (- ):(1-8), Aa-Zz8, aa-Aaa8, bound in full modern blind panelled speckled calf, gilt raised bands to spine, richly gilt in compartments, contrasting gilt lettered morocco labels, edges speckled red, new endpapers, housed in sturdy custom made cloth bound slipcase. Volume I: title page faintly foxed in margins, 2 names in margin, 1 crossed out, slightly chipped at inner margin and now laid down on pap … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2018-06-02 14:53:18
GEUFFROY, Antoine.
Basileae: Per Sebastianum Henricpetri Anno Salutis nostrae instauratae, 1577. deinde per Guilhelmum Godeleuaeum Latine reddita ; postremo nunc aucta, Mahometicaeque sectae refutatio utilissima addita. Pars II. Solymanni XII. & Selymi XIII. Turcar. Impp. contra Christianos: vicissimque Christianorum contra hos, sub auspicijs trium potentis. Rom. Imppp.[sic] Caroli V, Ferdinandi & Maximiliani II, res gestae, bella, prælia & expeditiones, ab anno M.D.XX. usque in praesentem annum M.D.LXXVII. peractae; ex varijs auctoribus in unum opusculum collectae: per, N. Honigerum . ; cum gemino indice rerum ac verborum locupl. 2 volumes, complete set, SECOND EDITIONS 1577, printer and date from colophons, at head of title page in Volume I is "Pars I", "Pars 2" at head of title page in Volume II, Latin text, 8vos, approximately 160 x 95 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, large printer's pictorial device on final blank page of each volume, a few historiated initials, pages: Volume I, [88], 1-509, (3), prelims include Epistola and index, collation: a-e8, ?4, A-II8; Volume II, [2 of 8], 1-728, [24] - index, LACKING 8 PRELIM LEAVES INCLUDING TITLE PAGE, title page now supplied in pale facsimile, collation: ):(8 (- ):(1-8), Aa-Zz8, aa-Aaa8, bound in full modern blind panelled speckled calf, gilt raised bands to spine, richly gilt in compartments, contrasting gilt lettered morocco labels, edges speckled red, new endpapers, housed in sturdy custom made cloth bound slipcase. Volume I: title page faintly foxed in margins, 2 names in margin, 1 crossed out, slightly chipped at inner margin and now laid down on paper … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
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