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2020-08-04 13:25:09
Ariosto, Ludovico
Venice, Italy: Heirs of Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1580. Good condition. [ARIOSTO, LUDOVICO (1474-1533)]. Orlando furioso. Tutto ricorretto, & di nuove figure adornato. Con le annotationi, gli auvertimenti, & le dichiarationi di Ieronimo Ruscelli. La vita dell'autore descritta dal signor Giovan Battista Pigna. Gli scontri de' luoghi mutati dall'autore dopo la prima impressione. La dichiaratione di tutte le istorie, & favole toccate nel presente libro, fatte da m. Nicolò Eugenico. Di nuovo aggiuntovi li cinque canti del medesimo autore. Et una tavola de' principii di tutte le stanze. Con altre cose utili, & necessarie. In Venetia [Venice], appresso gli Heredi di Vincenzo Valgrisi. M. D. LXXX. [1580]. Hardcover. Reprint. Vellum-bound. Two parts in one volume, Quarto (4°) (250 x 180 mm), pp. [16], 654, [32]. Collation: *8, A-Z8, AA-UU8 (fol. UU8 blank). Later vellum over stiff boards; smooth spine with titles in gilt; red dyed page edges; initial and terminal blanks. Italian text in Italic and Roman type, the cantos printed in double columns. Title-page within an elaborate architectural woodcut border containing Valgrisi's serpent device and medallion portrait of Ariosto (a reverse copy of the one by Giolito), imprint set in type within a cartouche placed in the lower part of the border. Another Valgrisi device on the separate title-page of the second part ("I cinque canti"), which contains the Annotationi by Ruscelli. Many woodcut historiated initials, framed headings, and tail-pieces; fifty-one full-page woodcut illustrations (attributed to Dosso Dossi [Kupferstich & Holzschnitt", p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-08-02 19:51:07
1580. Condition: Ottime condizioni. I libri sono l'alimento della giovinezza e la gioia della vecchiaia.'' (Cicerone) Caratteristiche del Volume: Tiratura limitata di 1580 esemplari Volume 2 di formato cm. 38 × 27 x 4 Anno 2000 Volume di grande pregio Extra Lusso Due volumi di cm. 37. Il primo, di cc. 109, contiene la riproduzione anastatica del codice, il secondo, di pp. xlv (3) 322 (2), il commento e la traslitterazione dello stesso. legatura editoriale in piena pelle con decorazioni a secco e titoli in oro. Custodia originale in stoffa. Piccolo segno con penna sulla custodia.
Bookseller: edizioni2015 [Monza, Italy]
2020-07-31 18:42:11
Strandanus, Joannes (Jan van der Straet) 1523-1605; Engraver: Hendrik Goltzius (1558-1617) or Hieronymus Wierix (1553-1619)
Antwerp: Theodoor Galle, ca 1580. Engraving. 20 x 26 cm. Trimmed to borderline; mounted on an old rag support sheet. One stain below the horse. Without the Plate 31 in lower right corner. OCLC Number: 549 49249; The New Hollstein X, 125 ff., 2196-2209; Huth 10; Mennessier de la Lance II, 537; Lipperheide Tc 13; Hollstein VII, 81, 484-423 (Galle) and VIII, 113, 334-348 (Goltzius).Stradanus's series depicts the horses of Don Juan of Austria, Governor-General of the Netherlands from 1576 to 1578. His designs were executed between 1578 to 1580 by several prominent engravers including Adriaen Collaert, Hieronymus Wierix, and Hendrik Goltzius. Don Juan of Austria was the illegitimate son of Charles V and a half-brother to Philip II (1555-1598), King of Spain and the Netherlands. He lead Spanish troops to their decisive victory against the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Lepanto (1571) and became Governor-General of the Netherlands in 1576. He died of the plague in 1578. It was in the Netherlands that Stadanus drew Don Juan's collection of horses from the different regions of Europe. Mennessier, p. 537.Strauss lists an additional 11 engravings not signed by an engraver as by Goltzius and Mauquoy-Hendrickx adds 2 to those bearing Wierix's name.Jan van der Straet is given as draughtsman on most of the plates or in their legends, variations of "Théodore Galle excudit" on many. Three engravers are named: Adrian Collaert ([1], 12), Jeronimus Wierix (4-7, 9-11, 19, 22, 24, 28, 29), and Hendrik Goltzius (15, 17, 34, 39). "Ioan Galle excud." 38, 39 (previously bearing "Phls Galle excud.") … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-31 18:42:11
Strandanus, Joannes (Jan van der Straet) 1523-1605; Engraver: Hendrik Goltzius (1558-1617)
Antwerp: Theodoor or Johannes Galle, ca 1580. Engraving. 21 x 27 cm. Trimmed to borderline; mounted on an old rag support sheet. Plate 17 in lower right corner. .OCLC Number: 54949249; The New Hollstein X, 125 ff., 2196-2209; Huth 10; Mennessier de la Lance II, 537; Lipperheide Tc 13; Hollstein VII, 81, 484-423 (Galle) and VIII, 113, 334-348 (Goltzius).Stradanus's series depicts the horses of Don Juan of Austria, Governor-General of the Netherlands from 1576 to 1578. His designs were executed between 1578 to 1580 by several prominent engravers including Adriaen Collaert, Hieronymus Wierix, and Hendrik Goltzius. Don Juan of Austria was the illegitimate son of Charles V and a half-brother to Philip II (1555-1598), King of Spain and the Netherlands. He lead Spanish troops to their decisive victory against the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Lepanto (1571) and became Governor-General of the Netherlands in 1576. He died of the plague in 1578. It was in the Netherlands that Stadanus drew Don Juan's collection of horses from the different regions of Europe. Mennessier, p. 537.Strauss lists an additional 11 engravings not signed by an engraver as by Goltzius and Mauquoy-Hendrickx adds 2 to those bearing Wierix's name.Jan van der Straet is given as draughtsman on most of the plates or in their legends, variations of "Théodore Galle excudit" on many. Three engravers are named: Adrian Collaert ([1], 12), Jeronimus Wierix (4-7, 9-11, 19, 22, 24, 28, 29), and Hendrik Goltzius (15, 17, 34, 39). "Ioan Galle excud." 38, 39 (previously bearing "Phls Galle excud.").Several editions of varyin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-31 18:42:11
Strandanus, Joannes (Jan van der Straet) 1523-1605; Engraver: Hieronymus Wierix (1553-1619)
Antwerp: Theodoor Galle, ca 1580. Engraving. 20.5 x 26.5 cm. Trimmed to borderline; mounted on an old rag support sheet. Plate 18 in lower right corner. OCLC Number: 54949249; The New Hollstein X, 125 ff., 2196-2209; Huth 10; Mennessier de la Lance II, 537; Lipperheide Tc 13; Hollstein VII, 81, 484-423 (Galle) and VIII, 113, 334-348 (Goltzius).Stradanus's series depicts the horses of Don Juan of Austria, Governor-General of the Netherlands from 1576 to 1578. His designs were executed between 1578 to 1580 by several prominent engravers including Adriaen Collaert, Hieronymus Wierix, and Hendrik Goltzius. Don Juan of Austria was the illegitimate son of Charles V and a half-brother to Philip II (1555-1598), King of Spain and the Netherlands. He lead Spanish troops to their decisive victory against the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Lepanto (1571) and became Governor-General of the Netherlands in 1576. He died of the plague in 1578. It was in the Netherlands that Stadanus drew Don Juan's collection of horses from the different regions of Europe. Mennessier, p. 537.Strauss lists an additional 11 engravings not signed by an engraver as by Goltzius and Mauquoy-Hendrickx adds 2 to those bearing Wierix's name.Jan van der Straet is given as draughtsman on most of the plates or in their legends, variations of "Théodore Galle excudit" on many. Three engravers are named: Adrian Collaert ([1], 12), Jeronimus Wierix (4-7, 9-11, 19, 22, 24, 28, 29), and Hendrik Goltzius (15, 17, 34, 39). "Ioan Galle excud." 38, 39 (previously bearing "Phls Galle excud.").Several editions of varying numbers … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-31 18:42:11
Strandanus, Joannes (Jan van der Straet) 1523-1605; Engraver: Hieronymus Wierix (1553-1619)
Antwerp: Johannes Galle, ca 1580. Engraving. 19.6 x 26.4cm. Trimmed to borderline; mounted on an old rag support sheet. Plate 19in lower right corner. OCLC Number: 54949249; The New Hollstein X, 125 ff., 2196-2209; Huth 10; Mennessier de la Lance II, 537; Lipperheide Tc 13; Hollstein VII, 81, 484-423 (Galle) and VIII, 113, 334-348 (Goltzius).Stradanus's series depicts the horses of Don Juan of Austria, Governor-General of the Netherlands from 1576 to 1578. His designs were executed between 1578 to 1580 by several prominent engravers including Adriaen Collaert, Hieronymus Wierix, and Hendrik Goltzius. Don Juan of Austria was the illegitimate son of Charles V and a half-brother to Philip II (1555-1598), King of Spain and the Netherlands. He lead Spanish troops to their decisive victory against the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Lepanto (1571) and became Governor-General of the Netherlands in 1576. He died of the plague in 1578. It was in the Netherlands that Stadanus drew Don Juan's collection of horses from the different regions of Europe. Mennessier, p. 537.Strauss lists an additional 11 engravings not signed by an engraver as by Goltzius and Mauquoy-Hendrickx adds 2 to those bearing Wierix's name.Jan van der Straet is given as draughtsman on most of the plates or in their legends, variations of "Théodore Galle excudit" on many. Three engravers are named: Adrian Collaert ([1], 12), Jeronimus Wierix (4-7, 9-11, 19, 22, 24, 28, 29), and Hendrik Goltzius (15, 17, 34, 39). "Ioan Galle excud." 38, 39 (previously bearing "Phls Galle excud.").Several editions of varying numbers o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-31 18:42:11
Strandanus, Joannes (Jan van der Straet) 1523-1605; Engraver: Hieronymus Wierix (1553-1619)
Antwerp: Theodoor Galle, ca 1580. Engraving. 20.2 x 26.2 cm. Trimmed to borderline; mounted on an old rag support sheet. Plate 22 in lower right corner. OCLC Number: 54949249; The New Hollstein X, 125 ff., 2196-2209; Huth 10; Mennessier de la Lance II, 537; Lipperheide Tc 13; Hollstein VII, 81, 484-423 (Galle) and VIII, 113, 334-348 (Goltzius).Stradanus's series depicts the horses of Don Juan of Austria, Governor-General of the Netherlands from 1576 to 1578. His designs were executed between 1578 to 1580 by several prominent engravers including Adriaen Collaert, Hieronymus Wierix, and Hendrik Goltzius. Don Juan of Austria was the illegitimate son of Charles V and a half-brother to Philip II (1555-1598), King of Spain and the Netherlands. He lead Spanish troops to their decisive victory against the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Lepanto (1571) and became Governor-General of the Netherlands in 1576. He died of the plague in 1578. It was in the Netherlands that Stadanus drew Don Juan's collection of horses from the different regions of Europe. Mennessier, p. 537.Strauss lists an additional 11 engravings not signed by an engraver as by Goltzius and Mauquoy-Hendrickx adds 2 to those bearing Wierix's name.Jan van der Straet is given as draughtsman on most of the plates or in their legends, variations of "Théodore Galle excudit" on many. Three engravers are named: Adrian Collaert ([1], 12), Jeronimus Wierix (4-7, 9-11, 19, 22, 24, 28, 29), and Hendrik Goltzius (15, 17, 34, 39). "Ioan Galle excud." 38, 39 (previously bearing "Phls Galle excud.").Several editions of varying numbers … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-31 18:42:11
Strandanus, Joannes (Jan van der Straet) 1523-1605; Engraver: Adriaen Collaert,(1560- 1618)
Antwerp: Theodoor Galle, ca 1580. Engraving. 20 x 26 cm. Trimmed to borderline; mounted on an old rag support sheet. Plat 12 in lower right corner.OCLC Number: 54949249; The New Hollstein X, 125 ff., 2196-2209; Huth 10; Mennessier de la Lance II, 537; Lipperheide Tc 13; Hollstein VII, 81, 484-423 (Galle) and VIII, 113, 334-348 (Goltzius).Stradanus's series depicts the horses of Don Juan of Austria, Governor-General of the Netherlands from 1576 to 1578. His designs were executed between 1578 to 1580 by several prominent engravers including Adriaen Collaert, Hieronymus Wierix, and Hendrik Goltzius. Don Juan of Austria was the illegitimate son of Charles V and a half-brother to Philip II (1555-1598), King of Spain and the Netherlands. He lead Spanish troops to their decisive victory against the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Lepanto (1571) and became Governor-General of the Netherlands in 1576. He died of the plague in 1578. It was in the Netherlands that Stadanus drew Don Juan's collection of horses from the different regions of Europe. Mennessier, p. 537.Strauss lists an additional 11 engravings not signed by an engraver as by Goltzius and Mauquoy-Hendrickx adds 2 to those bearing Wierix's name.Jan van der Straet is given as draughtsman on most of the plates or in their legends, variations of "Théodore Galle excudit" on many. Three engravers are named: Adrian Collaert ([1], 12), Jeronimus Wierix (4-7, 9-11, 19, 22, 24, 28, 29), and Hendrik Goltzius (15, 17, 34, 39). "Ioan Galle excud." 38, 39 (previously bearing "Phls Galle excud.").Several editions of varying numbers of th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-31 18:42:11
Strandanus, Joannes (Jan van der Straet) 1523-1605; Engraver: Hendrik Goltzius (1558-1617) or Hieronymus Wierix (1553-1619)
Antwerp: Theodoor Galle, ca 1580. Engraving. 20 x 26 cm. Trimmed to borderline; mounted on an old rag support sheet. Plate 31 in lower right corner. .OCLC Number: 549 49249; The New Hollstein X, 125 ff., 2196-2209; Huth 10; Mennessier de la Lance II, 537; Lipperheide Tc 13; Hollstein VII, 81, 484-423 (Galle) and VIII, 113, 334-348 (Goltzius).Stradanus's series depicts the horses of Don Juan of Austria, Governor-General of the Netherlands from 1576 to 1578. His designs were executed between 1578 to 1580 by several prominent engravers including Adriaen Collaert, Hieronymus Wierix, and Hendrik Goltzius. Don Juan of Austria was the illegitimate son of Charles V and a half-brother to Philip II (1555-1598), King of Spain and the Netherlands. He lead Spanish troops to their decisive victory against the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Lepanto (1571) and became Governor-General of the Netherlands in 1576. He died of the plague in 1578. It was in the Netherlands that Stadanus drew Don Juan's collection of horses from the different regions of Europe. Mennessier, p. 537.Strauss lists an additional 11 engravings not signed by an engraver as by Goltzius and Mauquoy-Hendrickx adds 2 to those bearing Wierix's name.Jan van der Straet is given as draughtsman on most of the plates or in their legends, variations of "Théodore Galle excudit" on many. Three engravers are named: Adrian Collaert ([1], 12), Jeronimus Wierix (4-7, 9-11, 19, 22, 24, 28, 29), and Hendrik Goltzius (15, 17, 34, 39). "Ioan Galle excud." 38, 39 (previously bearing "Phls Galle excud.").Several editions of varying numbers o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-31 18:42:11
Strandanus, Joannes (Jan van der Straet) 1523-1605; Engraver: Hendrik Goltzius (1558-1617) or Hieronymus Wierix (1553-1619)
Antwerp: Theodoor or Johannes Galle, ca 1580. Engraving. 20.6 x 27 cm. Trimmed to borderline; mounted on an old rag support sheet. Plate 20 in lower right corner. OCLC Number: 54949249; The New Hollstein X, 125 ff., 2196-2209; Huth 10; Mennessier de la Lance II, 537; Lipperheide Tc 13; Hollstein VII, 81, 484-423 (Galle) and VIII, 113, 334-348 (Goltzius).Stradanus's series depicts the horses of Don Juan of Austria, Governor-General of the Netherlands from 1576 to 1578. His designs were executed between 1578 to 1580 by several prominent engravers including Adriaen Collaert, Hieronymus Wierix, and Hendrik Goltzius. Don Juan of Austria was the illegitimate son of Charles V and a half-brother to Philip II (1555-1598), King of Spain and the Netherlands. He lead Spanish troops to their decisive victory against the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Lepanto (1571) and became Governor-General of the Netherlands in 1576. He died of the plague in 1578. It was in the Netherlands that Stadanus drew Don Juan's collection of horses from the different regions of Europe. Mennessier, p. 537.Strauss lists an additional 11 engravings not signed by an engraver as by Goltzius and Mauquoy-Hendrickx adds 2 to those bearing Wierix's name.Jan van der Straet is given as draughtsman on most of the plates or in their legends, variations of "Théodore Galle excudit" on many. Three engravers are named: Adrian Collaert ([1], 12), Jeronimus Wierix (4-7, 9-11, 19, 22, 24, 28, 29), and Hendrik Goltzius (15, 17, 34, 39). "Ioan Galle excud." 38, 39 (previously bearing "Phls Galle excud.").Several editions of varyi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-31 18:42:11
Strandanus, Joannes (Jan van der Straet) 1523-1605; Engraver: Hendrik Goltzius (1558-1617) or Hieronymus Wierix (1553-1619)
Antwerp: Theodoor or Johannes Galle, ca 1580. Engraving. 21 x 26.6 cm. Trimmed to borderline; mounted on an old rag support sheet. Plate 30 in lower right corner. OCLC Number: 54949249; The New Hollstein X, 125 ff., 2196-2209; Huth 10; Mennessier de la Lance II, 537; Lipperheide Tc 13; Hollstein VII, 81, 484-423 (Galle) and VIII, 113, 334-348 (Goltzius).Stradanus's series depicts the horses of Don Juan of Austria, Governor-General of the Netherlands from 1576 to 1578. His designs were executed between 1578 to 1580 by several prominent engravers including Adriaen Collaert, Hieronymus Wierix, and Hendrik Goltzius. Don Juan of Austria was the illegitimate son of Charles V and a half-brother to Philip II (1555-1598), King of Spain and the Netherlands. He lead Spanish troops to their decisive victory against the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Lepanto (1571) and became Governor-General of the Netherlands in 1576. He died of the plague in 1578. It was in the Netherlands that Stadanus drew Don Juan's collection of horses from the different regions of Europe. Mennessier, p. 537.Strauss lists an additional 11 engravings not signed by an engraver as by Goltzius and Mauquoy-Hendrickx adds 2 to those bearing Wierix's name.Jan van der Straet is given as draughtsman on most of the plates or in their legends, variations of "Théodore Galle excudit" on many. Three engravers are named: Adrian Collaert ([1], 12), Jeronimus Wierix (4-7, 9-11, 19, 22, 24, 28, 29), and Hendrik Goltzius (15, 17, 34, 39). "Ioan Galle excud." 38, 39 (previously bearing "Phls Galle excud.").Several editions of varyi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-31 18:42:11
Strandanus, Joannes (Jan van der Straet) 1523-1605; Engraver: Adriaen Collaert,(1560- 1618)
Antwerp: Johannes and Theodoor Galle, ca 1580. Engraving. 19.5 x 27.5 cm. Trimmed to borderline; possibly an early edition before the engraver's name is in the image.OCLC Number: 54949249.Stradanus's series depicts the horses of Don Juan of Austria, Governor-General of the Netherlands from 1576 to 1578. His designs were executed between 1578 to 1580 by several prominent engravers including Adriaen Collaert, Hieronymus Wierix, and Hendrik Goltzius. Don Juan of Austria was the illegitimate son of Charles V and a half-brother to Philip II (1555-1598), King of Spain and the Netherlands. He lead Spanish troops to their decisive victory against the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Lepanto (1571) and became Governor-General of the Netherlands in 1576. He died of the plague in 1578. It was in the Netherlands that Stadanus drew Don Juan's collection of horses from the different regions of Europe. Mennessier, p. 537.Strauss lists an additional 11 engravings not signed by an engraver as by Goltzius and Mauquoy-Hendrickx adds 2 to those bearing Wierix's name.Jan van der Straet is given as draughtsman on most of the plates or in their legends, variations of "Théodore Galle excudit" on many. Three engravers are named: Adrian Collaert ([1], 12), Jeronimus Wierix (4-7, 9-11, 19, 22, 24, 28, 29), and Hendrik Goltzius (15, 17, 34, 39). "Ioan Galle excud." 38, 39 (previously bearing "Phls Galle excud.").Several editions of varying numbers of the engravings, variously numbered, were issued prior to 1600 by Philip Galle, one in 1578 with the title: Equile Joannis Austriaci Caroli V .
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-31 18:42:11
Strandanus, Joannes (Jan van der Straet) 1523-1605; Engraver: Hendrik Goltzius (1558-1617) or Hieronymus Wierix (1553-1619)
Antwerp: Theodoor or Johannes Galle, ca 1580. Engraving. 21 x 25.5 cm. Trimmed to borderline; mounted on an old rag support sheet. Plate 14 in lower right corner. .OCLC Number: 54949249; The New Hollstein X, 125 ff., 2196-2209; Huth 10; Mennessier de la Lance II, 537; Lipperheide Tc 13; Hollstein VII, 81, 484-423 (Galle) and VIII, 113, 334-348 (Goltzius).Stradanus's series depicts the horses of Don Juan of Austria, Governor-General of the Netherlands from 1576 to 1578. His designs were executed between 1578 to 1580 by several prominent engravers including Adriaen Collaert, Hieronymus Wierix, and Hendrik Goltzius. Don Juan of Austria was the illegitimate son of Charles V and a half-brother to Philip II (1555-1598), King of Spain and the Netherlands. He lead Spanish troops to their decisive victory against the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Lepanto (1571) and became Governor-General of the Netherlands in 1576. He died of the plague in 1578. It was in the Netherlands that Stadanus drew Don Juan's collection of horses from the different regions of Europe. Mennessier, p. 537.Strauss lists an additional 11 engravings not signed by an engraver as by Goltzius and Mauquoy-Hendrickx adds 2 to those bearing Wierix's name.Jan van der Straet is given as draughtsman on most of the plates or in their legends, variations of "Théodore Galle excudit" on many. Three engravers are named: Adrian Collaert ([1], 12), Jeronimus Wierix (4-7, 9-11, 19, 22, 24, 28, 29), and Hendrik Goltzius (15, 17, 34, 39). "Ioan Galle excud." 38, 39 (previously bearing "Phls Galle excud.").Several editions of vary … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-31 13:41:03
1580. PREGIATA CINQUECENTINA MOLTO BEN CONSERVATA Importante opera storica innumerevoli, nella vastissima enciclopedia pliniana, i riferimenti agli usi alimentari della Roma augustea molti riferimenti interessarti e chiari sulla gastronomia medioevale Vengono ampiamente trattate le diverse coltivazioni agricole l'olio, la mela cotogna e innumerevoli altri prodotti agricoli Molto ampia anche la trattazione delle specie animali Historia Naturale di G. Plinio Secondo tradotta per M. Lodovico Domenichi con le postille in margine, nelle quali vengono segnate le cose notabili, e citati altri Autori, che della stesa materia abbiano scritto, o dichiarati i luoghi difficili In Venetia Alessandro Griffio 1580 Cm. 20,5, pp. 55 (1) 1188 Importante traduzione italiana, curata dal piacentino Lodovico Domenichi, della monumentale Historia naturalis di Plinio il Vecchio (23 d.C. - 79 d.C.), opera che vide per la prima volta la luce in lingua originale nel 1469 a Venezia, e destinata a immediata, e notevolissima fortuna editoriale. La prima edizione in volgare - curata dall'umanista Cristoforo Landino - apparve nel 1476, ma destinata a maggior diffusione fu la traduzione del Domenichi, proposta nel 1561 da Gabriele Giolito De Ferrari, della cui tipografia il piacentino fu assiduo collaboratore poligrafo piacentino Lodovico Domenichi (Piacenza 1515 - Pisa 1564) Nato a Piacenza nel 1515 si sposta nella città di Venezia dove la sua passione per le lettere diventa un vero e proprio lavoro: inizia qui, infatti, la sua attività di correttore e traduttore per Gabriele Giolito de' Ferrari. La fortu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: privato-collezionista [GRUMELLO, Italy]
2020-07-29 02:52:04
FRISIUS, Simon.
[12] ll.Series of 12 numbered plates of birds (11 plates) and butterflies (1 plate) set in beautiful landscapes, engraved by Simon Wynouts Frisius (ca. 1580-1629), in mirror image after the plates of the series by Marcus Gheeraerts I (not Marcus Gheeraerts II as catalogued by Hollstein), originally published by Hendrik Hondius in 1610.The Frisius series is here in its third state with "F. de Widt excudit" on the first plate, but with the monogram of Claes Jansz. Visscher, who acquired the plates from Hondius, still present on the other plates.Frederick De Wit was active in Amsterdam from 1654-1690 (Gruys & De Wolf, p. 199) and the paper is watermarked with a seven-pointed foolscap very similar to Laurentius II, 476, dated 1686, so the series was probably issued around that time.Minor stain on the first leaf not affecting the plate and the last leaf browned with a torn-off corner restored. Very good copy.l Burch 10; Hollstein (Dutch and Flemish) VII, p. 28 (Frisius 92-103).
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2020-07-27 06:57:04
Symmachus, Quintus Aurelius
Apud Nicolaum Chesneau [Exudebat Henricus Thierry, 1580. 4to. 2 parts in 1. (12),372;118,(18)pp. Indices. Large woodcut printer's device on title. Early mottled calf, some rubbing & very minor worming, head of spine nicely repaired, spine label rubbed. Text with some marginal notations in 2 early hands. Ownership signature on title page dated 1690. Another signature in bottom blank margin has been inked out. Very Good. Symmachus was a 4th century Roman Proconsul in Africa. This work, first published in 1577, was edited by Francois Juret, a French lawyer and diplomat to the Court of Queen Elizabeth I. Adams S2198.
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-07-26 07:08:28
J. Pacius (Hg.)
Genf/ Wittenberg: Vignon, 1580. Authenticae, seu novellae constitutiones DN. Iustiniani sacratissimi principis, notis locupletae, & recognitae, studio & diligentia Iul. Pacii I.C. Ecudebat Eustath. Vignon atrebat CI). I). LXXX Gr. 8° (20x13x4cm), 12 unn., 327 num. Blätter mit holzgeschnittener Titelbordüre, von J.Pacius besorgte Ausgabe, Vignon, Genf 1580, breitrandig, dreseitiger roter Schnitt, Unterstreichungen und Anmerkungen von alter Hand, bibliophile Ausgabe: blindgeprägter Schweinsledereinband der Zeit (G.Hegel, Wittenberg) auf vier erhabenen Bünden. Der schöne Einband (Haebler I, 176), datiert auf 1544, mit Hegels Initialen (G.H.) zeigt auf beiden Deckeln im Mittelfeld ein Porträt Melanchthons (vorne) und Luthers (hinten) samt lateinischen Devisen. Besonderheit: bei Restaurierung wurden die Pappdeckel in einzelne Blätter aufgelöst: 22 Blätter einer Bibel von 1569, Frankfurt/M. mit Holzschnitten und Text, die dem Buch beiliegen und Bestandteil des Angebots sind (siehe Fotos). 8° (20x13x4cm), 12 unnumbered and 327 numbered folios, with woodcut title border, edition by J.Pacius, Vignon, Geneva 1580, wide-margined, trilateral red edge, underlinings and notes from old hand, bibliophilic edition: blind stamped hogskin binding (G.Hegel, Wittenberg). The fine cover (Haebler I, 176), dated 1544, with Hegel's initials (G.H.) shows on both boards in the centrefield a portrait of Melanchthon (anterior) and Luther (posterior) with devices in Latin. One further feature of this book: while restoring the pasteboards have been dissolved into particular folios: 22 folios of an old Bi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: sejchl [Berching, Germany]
2020-07-23 23:31:02
[SCOTT, Thomas].
[28]; [6], 60 pp.Two rare popular pamphlets warning English and Dutch Protestants against the machinations of Spain, by the fervently anti-papist minister and pamphleteer Thomas Scott (ca. 1580-1626). Both pamphlets describe in detail how the Spanish Parliament under the direction of Gondomar, the Spanish Ambassador to England from 1613 to1622 (and influential thereafter), plotted against the English, greatly helped by the many high-placed Jesuits in England, over whom Gondomar also held his sway. Both parts claim to be translations of original Spanish reports, but they were in fact invented by Scott as pieces of political propaganda. There are several editions of both parts and the order of publication is unknown. First accepted by many as genuine history, the pamphlet caused a great stir and was immediately suppressed in England, but it was found to have been printed abroad, probably in the Netherlands. Of special interest in the present English edition are the fine engravings, which do not appear in the Dutch translation.With the bookplates of James Bindley (d. 1818), William Stirling (ca. 1895?) and Gordon W. Jones. Part 1 in very good condition, with some stains and repairs in the gutter margin of the 2 outermost leaves; part 2 slightly browned and a few leaves with waterstains, but still good. Part 1 has been trimmed slightly smaller than part 2. Two anti-Spanish political pamphlets, both of American interest.l Knuttel 3529 (part 2: cf. 3056: a similar ed. of part 1); Sabin 78376 & 78377; STC 22100.2 & 22103.3; STCN (3 copies of part 2: cf. 2 similar eds. of part 1).
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2020-07-23 15:31:52
PERS, Dirck Pietersz. [and Hadrianus DAMMAN].
[36] ll.Rare first edition of the most popular work of Dirck Pietersz. Pers (1580-1662), reformed bookseller/publisher and poet. For almost a century, Pers managed to reach a large audience with this work that was reprinted more than 15 times during the 17th century. This success can mainly be ascribed to the fine combination of edifying religious songs and enigmatic emblems. It was based on Hadrianus Damman's emblem book from 1578. Landwehr records 2 issues of this edition; with 5 (1st issue) respectively 4 (2nd issue) lines of errata on the verso of the last leaf and a repetition of emblem 3 as the first emblem. Our copy has 4 lines, and the correct emblem (no. 5) as first emblem, thus making this the second corrected issue.With bookplate. Spine rubbed, but binding otherwise good. Some occasional thumbing and spots and the gutter of the title-page restored. Very good copy.l Landwehr, Emblem Books Low Countries 618-619; Praz, pp. 450-451; STCN (5 copies); WorldCat (4 other copies).
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2020-07-23 13:06:08
ARGENSOLA, Bartolome Leonardo de.
(Integral?) engraved title-page + [10], “407” [= 411], [1 blank] pp.First edition of the author's principal work, in the original Spanish, dedicated to King Philip III of Spain, whose father had untied the Portuguese and Spanish crowns in 1580. It centres on the Philippines and the Moluccas, but also discusses China, Java, Sumatra and Ceylon, and even "los estrechos Persico y Arabico" (p. 12). The Portuguese naval commander Afonso de Albuquerque had conquered Malacca by 1511, a few decades after Arabic merchants introduced Islam there. This provided a base to quickly establish Portuguese influence over the islands of the region. "Few narratives are written with so much judgment and elegance ... One of the most important works for the history of the Philippine islands ... The book also contains matter relating to Sir Francis Drake and American voyages, and to the history of Spanish and Portuguese exploration in the Indies" (Cox). "For the compilation of this work, the author had the command of all authentic manuscript relations, which were either in official custody, or in private hands, besides the testimony of such persons then living as had been eyewitnesses to any part of what he delivers" (Griffin). With the engraved armorial bookplate of Jeremiah Hill (ca. 1820). Later in the celebrated library of Sir Thomas Phillips (1792-1872), then the library of Philip Robinson. The imprint of the engraved title-page appeared below the thin-rule border at the foot and is usually shaved or (as in the present copy) wholly lost, along with part of the foot border itself but the title- … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-07-23 09:35:04
FAULHABER, Johann.
28 pp.Very rare first and only edition of a catalogue of military and other instruments, models of machines, plans, etc., that Faulhaber displayed in the "Kunstkammer" in his house in Ulm. Johann Faulhaber (1580-1635), taught mathematics at Ulm, where his family moved around 1461, after serving as vassals of the Abbot of Fulda. He became the most important of the "Cossists", mathematicians concerned with algebra. After publishing his first arithmetic text, Faulhaber founded his own school in Ulm in 1600, which grew into an internationally famous educational institute for higher mathematical sciences. He later added an artillery and engineering school. Descartes came to study with him, and Faulhaber had a lively contact with Kepler. Applying mathematics to military engineering, the building of fortifications and the art of fire-arms, Faulhaber was also much in demand as fortification engineer, receiving commissions from the King of Sweden and many others. He published a large number of mathematical works, mostly in German, and invented a number of instruments and machines.Two different readers have checked off items in the catalogue, perhaps indicating those in their own collections. In very good condition.l Bircher A 4515; VD 17, 23:000295W (3 copies); not in Balsiger; Berlin Kat.; Jammes, Cabinets de curiosités; Murray; Sloos, Warfare and the age of printing; for Faulhaber: DSB IV, pp. 549-552.
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2020-07-23 06:11:53
[DRAWING - WATERCOLOUR - ISTANBUL]. [KING, Helena Caroline or Adelaide Charlotte].
A lively scene on the Tophane Quay in Istanbul, with the background dominated by the dome and minaret of the 1580 Kilic Ali Pasha Mosque. The tip of a second minaret, perhaps from a different mosque, is visible in the distance. On the quay, an opulently dressed black-bearded Ottoman (a high official in the Emperor's court or a wealthy merchant?) stands in the centre of the scene with his entourage. He wears red robes trimmed with gold and with black decorations, a white turban around a red fez, and a gold waistband with the hilts of two guns sticking out, and carries a walking stick in his left hand. His entourage includes a white-bearded Islamic holy man(?) with a green turban around a red fez, a Greek or Armenian man in a black hat, a dark-skinned woman in green robes, holding a bundle, and several other men, women and children. They appear to be preparing to depart in the boats that stand ready. Two more dark-skinned women, in white robes with red and blue stripes, follow the party deferentially. Several people appear in the boats in addition to their crews. Four more white-bearded Islamic holy men (each again with a green turban around red fez) sit in one with some women, while two Ottoman infantrymen with bayonets stand in another, one just stepping out. Other parts of the quay show various men busy with their trades or smoking long pipes. From the collection of Hooton Pagnell Hall in Yorkshire, England. With a 1.5 cm tear in the water at the foot of the scene, not approaching the boats, and otherwise in very good condition. A lively and fascinating scene on a quay in … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-07-23 05:43:50
Pardoux Duprat.
Lugduni [Lyon]. : Gulielmum Rouillium., 1580. Old quarter tree calf over mottled boards, raised bands, leather spine label, red speckled edges. . Good plus, covers worn, a little marginal worming to a few pages, second leaf is missing most of outer margin, some dampstaining and marginalia.. folio., 35x21 cm. . Latin text. Dictionary and commentary on Roman law. Heavy book, 4.2 lb. will require extra shipping. Woodcut title page.
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2020-07-23 05:43:49
AESOP.
134, [2] pp.Very popular Latin school book, edited by Daniel Heinsius (1580-1655), famous Dutch humanist and teacher, first published by order of the Dutch States in 1626, and beautifully illustrated with woodcuts by Christoph van Sichem II (ca. 1582-1658), a pupil of Jacques de Gheyn and a very popular book illustrator in the first half of the 17th century. The school book contains a short introduction on the life and work of Aesop with a charming woodcut portrait, and 40 fables by Aesop, each illustrated by an attractive woodcut, the text was printed parallel in two columns, in Greek and Latin, with the moral of the fable at the end. This is followed by the same number of fables in verse by Avianus, in Latin only, and the book closes the fable of the "War between the Mice and the Frogs", once ascribed to Homer. Here the text in Greek and Latin is printed parallel on facing pages, and lively illustrated with 6 more woodcuts. The book starts and ends with a poem in Greek by Heinsius, the first on the educational value of Aesop's fables and on the last on the "Batrachomyomachiam", or the "Battle of the Mice and the Frogs". Good copy; a few woodcuts partly coloured by a child's hand.l Bodemann 65.4; Cat. De Koning 254; Landwehr, Emblem & fable books, F023 (4 copies); Van Seters, in: Het Boek XXXIII (1958-1959), pp. 84-105, at p. 97 (2 of the same 4 copies); STCN (4 copies, incl. 2 of the same 4); cf. Fabula Docet 16 (1649 Arnhem ed.); Hollstein XXVII, Sichem II, 31 (1626 & 1632 eds.); Cat. Van Rijn 918 (1626 Utrecht ed., incompl.); Anne Stevenson Hobbs, Fables, pp. 52-53 (165 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-07-22 16:21:10
Plutarch
Frankfurt: Sigmund Feyerabendt, 1580. [4] Bl., 373 S., [16] Bl. Imp.-Fol. , Leder Mit zahlreichen Holzschnitten und Initialen ausgestattete frühe Plutarch-Ausgabe in lateinischer Sprache, in der Fassung von Wilhelm Xylander (1532 - 1576). Dekorativer blindgeprägter Pergamendband d Zt. Einband fleckig u. bestoßen, Stoffschließen fehlen. Papier nachgedunkelt. Vereinzelte kleine Anstreichungen im Text: Ansonsten sehr guter Zustand: Bindung fest, nur wenige Seiten minimal eckknittrig / randrissig, Satzspiegel in exzellentem Erhaltungszustand. --- VD16 ZV 24740
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bookfarm [Germany]
2020-07-22 05:42:56
BARDI, Giovanni de', conte di Vernio. 1534-1612
Florence: Giunta, 1580. Contemporary limp vellum, contemporary manuscript title on both covers, remnants of a paper title label on spine, evidence of four pigskin ties. First Edition. This describes the violent Florentine sport of calcio in which two teams of twenty-seven players square off, and, using hands and feet attempt to force the ball over the opposing team's goal line. The participants were local nobles, males ages 18 to 45, and MATCHES WERE ORGANIZED AS FESTIVALS, then as now, staged in the Piazza Santa Croce between January and March (now during June). In the 16th century, spectators were restricted to the nobility, the most important of whom were, obviously, the women the players hoped to impress. Netflix has just produced: Home Game: Calcio Storico. It's not often an old book gets its own episode.  Bardi wrote his Discorso to expand the game's reach. He sketches the historical antecedents of the game, explains its rules, gives field measurements, discusses strategies and recommends appropriate attire. He discourages fighting, while accepting the need for retaliation for certain offenses. The folding etched plate illustrates a match and shows the required distances between players and the original brick façade of Santa Croce prior to its 19th-century neo-Gothic renovation and addition of the new bell tower. Previous treatments of the game were cursory or partial.  The author organized festivals for the Medici and was also a music theorist, a member of the Accademia degli Alterati and a quarrelsome man of arms, who was thrice before the law for violenc … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-07-21 19:37:02
Ariosto, Ludovico
Venice, Italy: Heirs of Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1580. Good condition. [ARIOSTO, LUDOVICO (1474-1533)]. Orlando furioso. Tutto ricorretto, & di nuove figure adornato. Con le annotationi, gli auvertimenti, & le dichiarationi di Ieronimo Ruscelli. La vita dell'autore descritta dal signor Giovan Battista Pigna. Gli scontri de' luoghi mutati dall'autore dopo la prima impressione. La dichiaratione di tutte le istorie, & favole toccate nel presente libro, fatte da m. Nicolò Eugenico. Di nuovo aggiuntovi li cinque canti del medesimo autore. Et una tavola de' principii di tutte le stanze. Con altre cose utili, & necessarie. In Venetia [Venice], appresso gli Heredi di Vincenzo Valgrisi. M. D. LXXX. [1580]. Hardcover. Reprint. Vellum-bound. Two parts in one volume, Quarto (4°) (250 x 180 mm), pp. [16], 654, [32]. Collation: *8, A-Z8, AA-UU8 (fol. UU8 blank). Later vellum over stiff boards; smooth spine with titles in gilt; red dyed page edges; initial and terminal blanks. Italian text in Italic and Roman type, the cantos printed in double columns. Title-page within an elaborate architectural woodcut border containing Valgrisi's serpent device and medallion portrait of Ariosto (a reverse copy of the one by Giolito), imprint set in type within a cartouche placed in the lower part of the border. Another Valgrisi device on the separate title-page of the second part ("I cinque canti"), which contains the Annotationi by Ruscelli. Many woodcut historiated initials, framed headings, and tail-pieces; fifty-one full-page woodcut illustrations (attributed to Dosso Dossi [Kupferstich & Holzschnitt", p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-07-19 10:45:05
1580. Condition: Ottime condizioni. I libri sono l'alimento della giovinezza e la gioia della vecchiaia.'' (Cicerone) Caratteristiche del Volume: Tiratura limitata di 1580 esemplari Volume 2 di formato cm. 38 × 27 x 4 Anno 2000 Volume di grande pregio Extra Lusso Due volumi di cm. 37. Il primo, di cc. 109, contiene la riproduzione anastatica del codice, il secondo, di pp. xlv (3) 322 (2), il commento e la traslitterazione dello stesso. legatura editoriale in piena pelle con decorazioni a secco e titoli in oro. Custodia originale in stoffa. Piccolo segno con penna sulla custodia.
Bookseller: edizioni2015 [Monza, Italy]
2020-07-17 09:49:36
1580. Notre blog : https://librairie-trois-plumes.blogspot.fr/ Notre mail : benoit@troisplumes.fr Homère, Homeri Ilias, postrema editio. Cui originem & exitum belli Trojani addidimus, Coluthi Helenæ raptum: et Tryphiodori Ilij excidium. Latine omnia ad verbum exposita. Et a F. Porto Cretensi inumeris in locis emendata. [Genève], αφπʹ [Eustache Vignon], 1580. In-16, 921-[22]-79p. Nouvelle édition entièrement revue de la traduction latine de l'Iliade par François Portus (1511-1581) avec le texte grec en regard. Cet ouvrage est à replacer historiquement dans les travaux homériques de Genève au XVIe siècle. En effet, le texte grec y est clairement fixé et plusieurs traductions latines sont publiées. Cet ouvrage est, semble-t-il, la troisième édition de cette traduction, qui se différencie donc de la précédente (1570) par le soin apporté aux corrections, notamment les traductions trop littérales de certains termes. La traduction de Portus était, à la fin du XVIe siècle, la traduction de référence. Reliure d'époque en parchemin ancien, dos à nerfs, titre à l'encre effacé, petites mouillures claires anciennes, petit travail de vers dans le dos de la reliure, petit travail en marge sur quelques feuillets, une dizaines feuillets tachés à l'encre. Rare édition de cette bonne traduction de l'époque.
Bookseller: Librairie Trois Plumes (librairie_trois_plumes) [Angers, France]
2020-07-15 21:29:16
RARE ANTIQUE GERMAN RELIGIOUS BOOK 1580 CONCORDIA VELLUM BOUND. MEASURES 12.5" X 8.5" X 2.5". I HAVE HAD THIS FOR ABOUT THIRTY YEARS. I SUPPOSE IT IS IN GOOD CONDITION FOR BEING 440 YEARS OLD. IT SMELLS LIKE AND OLD BOOK. IN GERMAN AND LATIN. THERE MAY BE SEVERAL PUBLICATIONS BOUND TOGETHER. FEEL FREE TO ASK QUESTIONS.
Bookseller: wallyscrapforce [Chicago, Illinois, United States]
2020-07-15 17:51:09
1580. PREGIATA CINQUECENTINA MOLTO BEN CONSERVATA Importante opera storica innumerevoli, nella vastissima enciclopedia pliniana, i riferimenti agli usi alimentari della Roma augustea molti riferimenti interessarti e chiari sulla gastronomia medioevale Vengono ampiamente trattate le diverse coltivazioni agricole l'olio, la mela cotogna e innumerevoli altri prodotti agricoli Molto ampia anche la trattazione delle specie animali Historia Naturale di G. Plinio Secondo tradotta per M. Lodovico Domenichi con le postille in margine, nelle quali vengono segnate le cose notabili, e citati altri Autori, che della stesa materia abbiano scritto, o dichiarati i luoghi difficili In Venetia Alessandro Griffio 1580 Cm. 20,5, pp. 55 (1) 1188 Importante traduzione italiana, curata dal piacentino Lodovico Domenichi, della monumentale Historia naturalis di Plinio il Vecchio (23 d.C. - 79 d.C.), opera che vide per la prima volta la luce in lingua originale nel 1469 a Venezia, e destinata a immediata, e notevolissima fortuna editoriale. La prima edizione in volgare - curata dall'umanista Cristoforo Landino - apparve nel 1476, ma destinata a maggior diffusione fu la traduzione del Domenichi, proposta nel 1561 da Gabriele Giolito De Ferrari, della cui tipografia il piacentino fu assiduo collaboratore poligrafo piacentino Lodovico Domenichi (Piacenza 1515 - Pisa 1564) Nato a Piacenza nel 1515 si sposta nella città di Venezia dove la sua passione per le lettere diventa un vero e proprio lavoro: inizia qui, infatti, la sua attività di correttore e traduttore per Gabriele Giolito de' Ferrari. La fortu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: privato-collezionista [GRUMELLO, Italy]
2020-07-11 19:02:03
Altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg, um 1580, 37 x 50,5 cm. Fauser 1021. - In feinem Altkolorit. Gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt, schöner Druck.
Bookseller: Buch- und Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2020-07-10 18:40:08
Altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg, um 1580, 33 x 48 cm. Fauser 12682. - Dekoratives Blatt in schönem, kräftigen Altkolorit.
Bookseller: Buch- und Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2020-07-08 23:55:02
CASSIAN, Johan
Romae: typographia D. Basae, 1580. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Saint John Cassian was a 4th-century Ascetic monk who was notable for his writings of mysticism and early monasticism. One of his most important works is "De Institutis Coenobiorum." In this work, Cassian describes early Christian hermits and monks who wandered the Egyptian desert in the 3rd-century. He focused on the community and organizational properties of these monks - or Cenobitic monasticism. He also describes their clothing, prayers, rules to live by, how to deal with temptation, and solutions to cure the eight most common vices. Ultimately, Cassian presses the need for community amongst monastic living.
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2020-07-07 07:19:32
PLANTIN. Christoph Plantin Antwerpen Anno 1580 Biblia Latina Biblia Sacra. Quid in hac editione à theologis Louaniensibus praestitum sit, paulo post indicatur. Ex officina Christophori Plantini. Architypographi Regis. MDLXXX Kollation : 150 x 115 x 40 mm (ca.). Vorsatzblatt entfernt, Titelblatt und Folgeblatt gelockert. Titelei, 6 Blatt, 799 nummerierte Seiten, 3 Blatt. Angebunden sind 15 Blatt Johannes Harlemius „Index biblicus", ebenda, 1580. 1 Blatt weiss. Ganzledereinband aus dem 18. Jahrhundert. Vorsatz, Titel etc. mit mehreren alten Besitzervermerken. Titel mit Holzschnitt-Einfassung und Holzschnitt-Druckermarke. Hauptsächlich im angebundenen Indexteil rechts einige Blattdefekte (alt hinterlegt) mit min. Textverlust. Mäßige Fingerspuren). Insgesamt ordentlich und KOMPLETT ! Nachweis : Darlow / Moule II/2, 6170. Eine neue Ausgabe der Plantin-Edition von 1573/1574, die eine überarbeitete Version der Löwener Bibel darstellt ! Details zum Zustand entnehmen Sie bitte unseren Abbildungen welche einen wichtigen Bestandteil dieser Artikelbeschreibung darstellen ! Verfasser dieser Artikelbeschreibung : Lorenz Pistor Rechtliche Hinweise zum Markenrecht : Alle Angaben sind nach bestem Wissen und Gewissen gemacht worden. Irrtümer und Änderungen sind vorbehalten. Alle genannten Markennamen und geschützte Warenzeichen sind Eigentum ihrer jeweiligen Inhaber. Die Nennung von Markennamen und geschützter Warenzeichen hat lediglich beschreibenden Charakter. Sie dienen zu beschreibenden Zwecken und zur Identifikation von Produkt und Qualität und sollen keine Verletzung von Schutzrechten … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-07-02 08:42:09
Sadeler Egidius
1580ca. Bulino in tiratura coeva raffigurante la Sacra famiglia con sant'Anna e due angelo, tratta da un dipinto perduto di Hans von Aachen. Esemplare in discreto stato di conservazione, con evidente imbrunimento e poco margine. Formato: 310x225mm
Bookseller: LUX IN ART di Ermanno Bertelli [Verona, VERON, Italy]
2020-07-01 19:07:08
1580. PREGIATA CINQUECENTINA MOLTO BEN CONSERVATA Importante opera storica innumerevoli, nella vastissima enciclopedia pliniana, i riferimenti agli usi alimentari della Roma augustea molti riferimenti interessarti e chiari sulla gastronomia medioevale Vengono ampiamente trattate le diverse coltivazioni agricole l'olio, la mela cotogna e innumerevoli altri prodotti agricoli Molto ampia anche la trattazione delle specie animali Historia Naturale di G. Plinio Secondo tradotta per M. Lodovico Domenichi con le postille in margine, nelle quali vengono segnate le cose notabili, e citati altri Autori, che della stesa materia abbiano scritto, o dichiarati i luoghi difficili In Venetia Alessandro Griffio 1580 Cm. 20,5, pp. 55 (1) 1188 Importante traduzione italiana, curata dal piacentino Lodovico Domenichi, della monumentale Historia naturalis di Plinio il Vecchio (23 d.C. - 79 d.C.), opera che vide per la prima volta la luce in lingua originale nel 1469 a Venezia, e destinata a immediata, e notevolissima fortuna editoriale. La prima edizione in volgare - curata dall'umanista Cristoforo Landino - apparve nel 1476, ma destinata a maggior diffusione fu la traduzione del Domenichi, proposta nel 1561 da Gabriele Giolito De Ferrari, della cui tipografia il piacentino fu assiduo collaboratore poligrafo piacentino Lodovico Domenichi (Piacenza 1515 - Pisa 1564) Nato a Piacenza nel 1515 si sposta nella città di Venezia dove la sua passione per le lettere diventa un vero e proprio lavoro: inizia qui, infatti, la sua attività di correttore e traduttore per Gabriele Giolito de' Ferrari. La fortu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: privato-collezionista [GRUMELLO, Italy]
2020-07-01 18:07:02
Ortelius
1580. Incisione in rame con coloritura d'epoca. Magnifico planisfero raffigurante il mondo antico. Il cartografo tedesco Ortelius pubblica l'atlante di cui fa parte nel 1580. Esemplare con bellissime colorazioni vintage, margini pieni e perfetto stato di conservazione. Formato: 310x440mm
Bookseller: LUX IN ART di Ermanno Bertelli [Verona, VERON, Italy]
2020-07-01 15:39:02
1580. Notre blog : https://librairie-trois-plumes.blogspot.fr/ Notre mail : benoit@troisplumes.fr [Arnaud de Villeneuve / Arnau de Vilanova], Jean Curion, Jacques Crell, Georges Pictorius, De conservanda bona valetudine Opusculum Scholae Salernitanae, ad Regem Angliae : cum Arnoldi Novicomensis, Medici & Philosoph antiqui Enarrationibus utilissimis, denuo recognitis & auctis per Ioan. Curionem, & Jacob. Crellium [suivi de] Tuendae sanitatis ratio per sex rerum (vt medici vocant) non naturalium ordinem, ex graviorum medicorum scriptis diligenter congesta, opus futuro medico pernecessarium, nunc locupletius & fidelius quam antea editum. Paris, Jérôme de Marnef, 1580. In-16, 476-[11]p. Nouvelle édition, entièrement en latin, qui fut imprimé la première fois vers 1480, à Louvain, avec des notes attribuées à Arnaud de Villeneuve. Les sources de ces préceptes médicaux sont à chercher vers le XIe siècle. Il s'agissait de vers facilement mémorisables. La version la plus célèbre de ce texte est celle avec les notes de Curion et Cress, sur lesquels on ne sait presque rien, et qui fut imprimée la première fois en 1545, puis avec des commentaires plus étendus dès 1555. Il y eu plus une quarantaine d'éditions depuis 1545 jusqu'à la fin du XVIe siècle. Toutefois, malgré le nombre d'éditions, l'ouvrage est devenu rare. A la suite se trouve un ouvrage de Georges Pictorius qui fut ajouté au livre dès 1575. Ce sont sept dialogues, en latin, entre Théophraste et Polyloge faisant des liens sur les causes externes des maladies : air, nourriture, travail, sommeil, etc. Cartonnage bradel papier f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Trois Plumes (librairie_trois_plumes) [Angers, France]
2020-06-29 14:59:11
1580 opera iosephi viri inter ivdaeos doctissimi...antichità giudaiche e de bello 934 pagine + indice. Le note a sfavore del volume sono che presenta segni di umidità che non danneggiano la lettura. Alcune riparazioni del tempo e mancanze. Le note a favore del volume sono la rilegatura originale,le xilografie,alcuni appunti del primo proprietario,la presenza del primo laccio originale che chiude il volume. Nel complesso il volume è un pezzo molto raro, senza dubbio per veri collezionisti.
Bookseller: bibliofilando [Roma, Italy]
2020-06-26 15:49:39
Münster, Sebastian
Henricus Petri 1580-1620, Basel. Original woodcut, hand colored in outline and wash, published circa 1580-1620. A highly decorative antique map of Sumatra and the southern part of Malaysia, with Singapore named Cinglolo. Decorative inset with a woodcut illustration showing an elegant man riding an elephant. In very good condition. 310 by 362mm (12¼ by 14¼ inches).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK Inh. R.Berg [Regensburg, Germany]
2020-06-26 15:49:39
Luigi di Granata
Venice: appresso Fabio, & Agostino Zopini fratelli, 1580, woodcut to title, few woodcut initials and illustrations to text, late 19th/early 20th century armorial bookplate of Ricasoli Firidolfi to verso of title, page edges with later colouring and consequent light bleeding to margins, endpaper renewed, near contemporary limp vellum, lacking ties, 12mo. 427 pp., IV. Only one institutional location found (Sistema Bibliotecario Ticinese, Switzerland).
Bookseller: Rockingstone [Wageningen, GE, Netherlands]
2020-06-26 05:48:13
Lavater, Ludwig
Eustache Vignon, Geneva, 1580. [16],213 pp. In Latin. 19th-century plain paper-backed marbled boards. 19th-century German booksellers label in front pastedown. Small early inscription, crossed out in early ink, in title page, not affecting text, occasional early underlining and marginal notes. Two-inch vertical crease at head of title leaf, with half-inch closed tear at edge (tear not affecting text), faint dampstaining in first 24 leaves. Very good. Early Latin edition, after the first edition, in German, of 1569 and the first Latin edition of 1570. Known in English as "Of Ghostes and Spirites Walking by Nyght, and of Strange Noyses, Crackes, and Sundry Forewarnings, Whiche Commonly Happen Before the Death of Menne, Great Slaughters, & Alterations of Kyngdomes," from the 1572 English translation, this book is one of the most important demonological works of the Reformation era and was profoundly influential in Elizabethan literature. The author, Ludwig Lavater (1527-1886), was a Swiss Zwinglian minister and theologian based in Zurich. In the 16th and 17th-century Protestant world, new questions surfaced regarding the nature of ghostly apparitions—particularly their origins. In the Catholic understanding, ghosts were generally thought to be spirits of the dead on leave from Purgatory. With their rejection of the doctrine of Purgatory, Protestant philosophers and theologians were compelled to search for new answers. One (fairly unpopular) position was taken by Reginald Scot in his DISCOURSE UPON DEVILS AND SPIRITS, appended to his 1584 work, DISCOVERIE OF WITCHCRAFT, in whic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: W. C. Baker Rare Books & Ephemera, ABAA [Brooklyn, NY, U.S.A.]
2020-06-22 10:17:02
1580. TUTTE L'OPERE DI M. GIULIO CAMILLO DELMINIO IL CATALOGO DELLE QUALI S'HA NELLA SEGUENTE FACCIATA, NUOVAMENTE RISTAMPATE E RICORRETTE DA THOMASO PORCACCHI CON LA TAVOLA DELLE COSE NOTABILI E CON LE POSTILLE IN MARGINE 1580 IN VINEGIA APUD GABRIEL GIOLITO DE' FERRARI sporadiche tracce di umidita' In-12°; pp. (36), 322, (2); 155, (1) tre legni nel testo, al frontespizio e all'ultima pagina marca tipografica, capilettera incisi su legno. 2 tomi in un volume, ciascuno con un proprio frontespizio; legatura in piena pergamena con dorso mancante. Contiene: Discorso in mteria del suo theatro, L'idea del Theatro, Trattato delle materie (sull'eloquenza), Trattato della imitatione, Oration prima al re christianiss. di Francia per il vescovo palavicino, Oratione seconda, Rime, De verbi semplici (in cui parla anche della traduzione e delle figure retoriche), Lettere a Marc'Antonio Flaminio, Pietro Aretino, a una anonima Signora (con una tavola in alfabeto ebraico e una tavola di anagrammi del nome Lucretia); nel secondo: La topica overo dell'elocutione, Discorso sopra l'idee di Hermogene, La Grammatica, Espositione opra il primo e secondo sonetto di Petrarca. Giulio Camillo, detto Delminio, (Friuli nel 1480 circa - 1544) fu umanista, filosofo, letterato e scrittore; si interessò di retorica e oratoria, mnemotecnica e cabala. Tutte le sue opere furono pubblicate postume.
Bookseller: 411giorgio [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2020-06-19 12:35:20
Terence Marc Antoine Muret
1580. M. Antonii Mureti, Argumentorum et scholiorum in Terentium Liber. Par M. Antonii Mureto (Marc Antoine Muret). Antuerpiae, Ex officina Christophori Plantini, 1580. Livre en latin. In-8 (16,5 x 11). 272 et 123 pages. Poids 290 grammes. Dans une belle reliure en pleine basane brune. Dos à cinq nerfs avec auteur frappé or. Les caissons sont richement ornés de fleurons dorés. Des frises sur les nerfs et sur les coupes. Un manque de cuir sur une partie de la coiffe supérieure et sur le début du mors. Les coins sont légèrement frottés. Les tranches sont rouge et luisantes. Intérieur en bel état malgré des feuillets brunis ne gênant pas la lecture, des rousseurs éparses et des petites taches d'encre. Jolie vignette sur la page de titre et lettrines. Terentius A M. Antonio Mureto Emendatus & Antonii Mureti Argumentorum 1580 Terentius A M. Antonio Mureto Emendatus & Antonii Mureti Argumentorum 1580 Terentius A M. Antonio Mureto Emendatus, Et argumentis in singulas fabulas & scenas illustratus. Par Terentius (Terence). Antuerpiae Ex officina Christophori Plantini, 1580. M. Antonii Mureti, Argumentorum et scholiorum in Terentium Liber. Par M. Antonii Mureto (Marc Antoine Muret). Antuerpiae, Ex officina Christophori Plantini, 1580. Livre en latin. In-8 (16,5 cm x 11 cm), 272 et 123 pages. Poids 290 grammes. Dans une belle reliure en pleine basane brune. Dos à cinq nerfs avec auteur frappé or. Les caissons sont richement ornés de fleurons dorés. Des frises sur les nerfs et sur les coupes. Un manque de cuir sur une partie de la coiffe supérieure et sur le début du mors. Les coins so … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: toutesweet [Toulouse, France]
2020-06-18 18:11:50
Ariosto, Ludovico
Venice, Italy: Heirs of Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1580. Good condition. [ARIOSTO, LUDOVICO (1474-1533)]. Orlando furioso. Tutto ricorretto, & di nuove figure adornato. Con le annotationi, gli auvertimenti, & le dichiarationi di Ieronimo Ruscelli. La vita dell'autore descritta dal signor Giovan Battista Pigna. Gli scontri de' luoghi mutati dall'autore dopo la prima impressione. La dichiaratione di tutte le istorie, & favole toccate nel presente libro, fatte da m. Nicolò Eugenico. Di nuovo aggiuntovi li cinque canti del medesimo autore. Et una tavola de' principii di tutte le stanze. Con altre cose utili, & necessarie. In Venetia [Venice], appresso gli Heredi di Vincenzo Valgrisi. M. D. LXXX. [1580]. Hardcover. Reprint. Vellum-bound. Two parts in one volume, Quarto (4°) (250 x 180 mm), pp. [16], 654, [32]. Collation: *8, A-Z8, AA-UU8 (fol. UU8 blank). Later vellum over stiff boards; smooth spine with titles in gilt; red dyed page edges; initial and terminal blanks. Italian text in Italic and Roman type, the cantos printed in double columns. Title-page within an elaborate architectural woodcut border containing Valgrisi's serpent device and medallion portrait of Ariosto (a reverse copy of the one by Giolito), imprint set in type within a cartouche placed in the lower part of the border. Another Valgrisi device on the separate title-page of the second part ("I cinque canti"), which contains the Annotationi by Ruscelli. Many woodcut historiated initials, framed headings, and tail-pieces; fifty-one full-page woodcut illustrations (attributed to Dosso Dossi [Kupferstich & Holzschnitt", p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-06-16 01:06:01
DUBOIS, Jacques (Jacobus SYLVIUS), translated by André CAILLE.
La pharmacopee. Qui est la maniere de bien choisir & preparer les simples, & de bien faires les compositions: despartie en trois livres ...Lyon, Louis Cloquemin, 1580. 16mo (12.5 x 8 cm). With Cloquemin's woodcut device on the title-page. Recased in contemporary(?) sheepskin parchment. [26], 686, [6], [2 blank] pp. Rare second French edition of a pharmacopoeia first published in Latin and reaching more-or-less its completed form with the Latin edition published at Lyon in 1548, but with predecessors going back to 1541. The present first French translation was first published at Lyons in 1574. The book was compiled by the Paris Galenist physician and professor of anatomy, Jacques Dubois or Sylvius (1478?-1555), teacher of Vesalius, and translated by the Lyons physician André Caille (1515-1580). The three "libri" cover collecting simples, preparing simples and preparing compound medicines. The 1548 edition introduced the title Pharmacopoeae, which many later pharmacopoeia followed. With 2 early owners' inscriptions and an occasional contemporary ms note (1 extensive). With a minor water stain at the head of the page, occasionally touching the running heads, but still in good condition. The binding has been extensively reworked but is structurally sound. Durling 1248; USTC (8 copies); Waller 2588.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 14:20:23
Plinio Secondo G.
Appresso Alessandro Griffio, Venezia, 1580. Tradotta per M. Lodovico Domenichi. Con le postille in margine nelle quali, o vengono segnate le cose notabili, o citati altri auttori, che della stessa materia habbiano scritto, o dichiarati i luoghi difficili, o posti i nomi di geografia moderni - Et con le tauole copiosisime di tutto quel che nell'opera si contiene - in 8° - pp.55 + 1188 - Pergamena - Marca tipografica e cornice al frontespizio, testatine, finalini e capilettera - Piccole mancanze al dorso e al frontespizio, aloni e bruniture in alcune pagine, un fascicolo allentato - Indicazione al colophon: Appresso Fabio, & Augustin Zoppini, fratelli - Libro usato
Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl [San Gregorio di Catania, CT, Italy]
2020-06-15 13:33:16
VREDEMAN DE VRIES, Jan (Hans), Antonio LABACCO, Giacomo Barozzio da VIGNOLA and others.
[Collection of architectural and decoration prints including fortification plans, garden plans and architectural decoration].Antwerp, Venice, Rome, various publishers, [engraved] 1561-1585, [printed 1580-ca. 1600]. Large folio & small 1mo (38.5 x 27 cm). Collection of 4 separately published prints (3 large full-sheet & 1 small full-sheet), plus 67 prints from 9 series (including 3 double-page prints and a 1½-sheet plan of classical Roman ports printed from 2 copperplates). Contemporary or near contemporary limp sheepskin parchment (ca. 1600?). [77] engraved ll. containing [71] prints. An extraordinary collection of seventy-one 16th-century architectural prints and prints showing a wide variety of ornamental engraving intended for the use of architects and others. The present states of nearly all prints in the collection date from the period 1561 to 1585 and some plates were modified after the present printings, giving latest possible dates for their printing. In some series it is difficult to identify the watermarks, but most also point to a date around the 1580s. The prints from the four series by Vredeman de Vries (1527-1609) are especially notable not only for their artistic quality and the high quality of the engraving (mostly by Joannes and Lucas van Doetecum), but also for an extraordinary and detailed print showing about 40 musical instruments and another showing about 50 tools for gardening, farming and building (in wood, brick or stone) both in 1572. Also of special note are four prints that appear to have been separately published rather than forming part of a ser … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-13 23:12:02
1580. Condition: Ottime condizioni. I libri sono l'alimento della giovinezza e la gioia della vecchiaia.'' (Cicerone) Caratteristiche del Volume: Tiratura limitata di 1580 esemplari Volume 2 di formato cm. 38 × 27 x 4 Anno 2000 Volume di grande pregio Extra Lusso Due volumi di cm. 37. Il primo, di cc. 109, contiene la riproduzione anastatica del codice, il secondo, di pp. xlv (3) 322 (2), il commento e la traslitterazione dello stesso. legatura editoriale in piena pelle con decorazioni a secco e titoli in oro. Custodia originale in stoffa. Piccolo segno con penna sulla custodia.
Bookseller: edizioni2015 [Monza, Italy]
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