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2019-11-16 20:07:43
Dt. Druck Oberursel 1581: Christoph Irenäus, Spiegel der Hellen und Zustand der Verdampten
Oberusel, 1581. Schöner Halbpergament-Leder-Band (20,3 x 16,5 x 5 cm). (52) + 348 + (1) S. -- Auf dem Vorsatz handschriftliche Angabe des Kaufpreises (15 Gulden) und Geschenkwidmung: "Dies Buch hab ich Jacobus Francis Delitiasius meinen insonders gueten freunde Balthasar Siebelist Zue stetswerender freundschafft undt gedechtniß verehrt. Beschehen den 27. dag Julii des 1614 Jahres." -- Halbpergament-Bezug mit schöner Prägung (u.a. Initialen I.F.D. des Vorbesitzers sowie mehrere Porträtdarstellungen). -- Zustand: Einband etwas berieben, Seiten etwas fleckig, teils auch leicht wasserfleckig. Anfangs gering wurmstichig. Insgesamt sehr schönes Exemplar. Über den Verfasser (Quelle: wikipedia): Christoph Irenäus (* um 1522 in Schweidnitz, Herzogtum Schweidnitz; gest. um 1595 in Buchenbach) war ein lutherischer Theologe und Reformator. Leben: Obwohl seine Eltern in bescheidenen Verhältnissen lebten, besuchte er die berühmte Schule Valentin Trozendorfs in Goldberg und ging vermutlich von dort nach Wittenberg. Neben seinem Studium unterrichtete er und war von 1545 bis 1547 Rektor der Schule in Bernburg. Dann empfahl ihn Philipp Melanchthon nach Schweinfurt, er übernahm jedoch die Schule in Aschersleben. Hier heiratete er die Tochter des Superintendenten Petrus Plateanus, ließ sich 1552 von Johannes Bugenhagen ordinieren und übernahm ein Pfarramt. Aus seinen Predigten über das Glaubensbekenntnis erwuchs ein großes Werk, das in streng lutherischem Geiste gehalten war. Die Grafen von Mansfeld beriefen ihn dann nach Eisleben, wo er mit dem strengen Gnesiolutheraner Cyriacus Spangenberg b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Mertens [Germany]
2019-11-16 08:44:43
Florianus, Johannes
Antwerpen: Abraham Ortelius, 1581. Zeigt die Nordseeküste Ostfrieslands von Emden bis zum Oldenburger Land und die Ostfriesischen Inseln Borkum, Juist, Norderney, Baltrum, Langeoog, Spiekeroog und Wangerooge. Mit Aurich, Norden, Esens, Wittmund, Jever und Leer. Aus Abraham Ortelius "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", zuerst 1579 erschienen, hier aus der ersten französischen Ausgabe von 1581. Mit 2 Rollwerkkartuschen, einer Windrose und 3 Segelschiffen. Mittig links das Druckprivileg "Cum priuilegio Imp. | et Reg. Mts ad | decennium .1579". Rückseitig französischer Text. Vgl. Van Den Broecke 82; Lutz Albers 1-03. Die untere Knickfalte war beschädigt und ist vor langer Zeit restauriert (hinterlegt) worden. Insgesamt sehr schönes Exemplar. // Nice example of Ortelius' map East Friesland, from the 1581 french edition of his Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, the first modern atlas of the world. Includes a curious compass and three sailing vessels. A nice full color example with wide margins. / Unter Passepartout. /rahmenwerkstatt. Artikeldetails Frisiae orientalis descriptio. Ioes Florianus describ. Kolorierte Kupferstichkarte bei Abraham Ortelius.Florianus, Johannes: Antwerpen: Abraham Ortelius, 1581. Blatt ca. 55 x 43 cm, Karte 44 x 31 cm; Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 99356 Bemerkungen: Zeigt die Nordseeküste Ostfrieslands von Emden bis zum Oldenburger Land und die Ostfriesischen Inseln Borkum, Juist, Norderney, Baltrum, Langeoog, Spiekeroog und Wangerooge. Mit Aurich, Norden, Esens, Wittmund, Jever und Leer. Aus Abraham Ortelius "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", zuerst 1579 erschienen, hier aus der … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hecht (antiquariat-hecht) [Leer, DE]
2019-11-16 08:44:43
Florianus, Johannes:
Antwerpen: Abraham Ortelius, 1581. Blatt ca. 55 x 43 cm, Karte 44 x 31 cm; Zeigt die Nordseeküste Ostfrieslands von Emden bis zum Oldenburger Land und die Ostfriesischen Inseln Borkum, Juist, Norderney, Baltrum, Langeoog, Spiekeroog und Wangerooge. Mit Aurich, Norden, Esens, Wittmund, Jever und Leer. Aus Abraham Ortelius "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", zuerst 1579 erschienen, hier aus der ersten französischen Ausgabe von 1581. Mit 2 Rollwerkkartuschen, einer Windrose und 3 Segelschiffen. Mittig links das Druckprivileg "Cum priuilegio Imp. | et Reg. Mts ad | decennium .1579". Rückseitig französischer Text. Vgl. Van Den Broecke 82; Lutz Albers 1-03. Die untere Knickfalte war beschädigt und ist vor langer Zeit restauriert (hinterlegt) worden. Insgesamt sehr schönes Exemplar. // Nice example of Ortelius` map East Friesland, from the 1581 french edition of his Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, the first modern atlas of the world. Includes a curious compass and three sailing vessels. A nice full color example with wide margins. / Unter Passepartout. /rahmenwerkstatt Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2100 [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Altstadt-Antiquariat Nowicki-Hecht UG [Leer, NDS, Germany]
2019-11-16 07:48:18
Francesco Zabarella
Venetiis; [Venice]: Apud Ioannem Baptistam a Porta, 1581. Click here to see our other books! Consilia eminentissimi i.v. interpretis D. Francisci Zabarellae ... : quibus nunc recens accesserunt celeberrimorum Collegiorum Bononiensis, Paduani, & Ferrariensis, & Baptistae Cacialupi à S. Seuerino, de dignitate & praerogatiua Monacorum Consilia singula: unà cum dialogo in primis frugifero, & annotationibus eòdem pertinentibus, Bartholomaei Camerarÿ Beneuentani in causa matrimoniali consilium unum. Francesco Zabarella 1581 Apud Ioannem Baptistam a Porta : Venetiis; [Venice] 12" by 8" [26], 2-208pp [i.e. 416pp] SUMMARY A very scarce Catholic Latin work by Francesco Zabarella, being a collection of suggestions and advice for the reader relating to the Christian faith. First Edition,Leather Binding,Very Scarce Overall Condition: Good Only This book weighs 1.5 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 23.99 EU Postage: £ 18.99 European Postage: £ 19.99 Asia Postage: £ 31.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 32.99 DESCRIPTION A very scarce work. The first edition of this work. In Latin. This work is an octavo, with the signatures running as a-b6, A-T8, V6, X-Z8, Aa-Cc8. Collated, complete. Collated from WorldCat. Pagination is only to the recto of leaves. Some errors in pagination, with page 22 is numbered a duplicate 18 instead of 22, no page 63, and two pages 65. Text is continuous, no loss of leaves. This work is a collection of suggestions and consul on many aspects of life in terms of the Catholic religion and worship, containing a total of one-hundred and fifty-four articles of su … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2019-11-15 14:33:09
Año 1581. Ejecutoria a pedimento del reverendo Fernando de Bellosillo, obispo de Lugo y Gaspar de Arce y los demás hijos y herederos de Alonso de Gondaz difunto, en cuanto que a tratado con Pedro Feijó y Alvaro Marino y consortes vecinos de la villa de Monforte de Lemos. Manuscrito de 184 folios. Con sello de placa. Encuadernación en pergamino. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería García Prieto [Madrid, Spain]
2019-11-12 02:20:12
Christoph Irenäus
Oberursel: Nicolaus Henrici, 1581. Einband etwas berieben, Seiten etwas fleckig, teils auch leicht wasserfleckig. Anfangs gering wurmstichig. Insgesamt sehr schönes Exemplar. Spiegel Der Hellen und Zustand der Verdampten. Auss Gottes Wort, der Veter und D. Luthers Schrifften, mit schrecklichen Exempeln erklert und fürgestelt Zur Warnung Allen Gottlosen und Epicurern, wes Standes und Landes sie sind. M.Christophorus Ireneus. Anno MDLXXI (1581). Kolophon: Gedruckt zu Ursel, Durch Nicolaum Henricum, Anno 1581. Seltener, erstmals 1579 erschienener Druck (über Hölle und Verdammnis) des streitbaren luterischen Theologen und Reformators Christoph Irenäus (ca. 1522-1595), der bis 1590 ins. 7-mal vertrieben wurde; am Ende des Vorworts bezeichnet er sich als "Exul Christi". Er war unbeirrbarer Anhänger von Matthias Flacius. Der Verleger Nicolaus Henrici war von 1557 bis 1600 in Ursel / Oberursel tätig. Mit handschriftlicher Widmung von 1614 auf dem Vorsatz. Oberusel 1581. Schöner Halbpergament-Leder-Band (20,3 x 16,5 x 5 cm). (52) + 348 + (1) S. Auf dem Vorsatz handschriftliche Angabe des Kaufpreises (15 Gulden) und Geschenkwidmung: "Dies Buch hab ich Jacobus Francis Delitiasius meinen insonders gueten freunde Balthasar Siebelist Zue stetswerender freundschafft undt gedechtniß verehrt. Beschehen den 27. dag Julii des 1614 Jahres." Halbpergament-Bezug mit schöner Prägung (u.a. Initialen I.F.D. des Vorbesitzers sowie mehrere Porträtdarstellungen). Zustand: Einband etwas berieben, Seiten etwas fleckig, teils auch leicht wasserfleckig. Anfangs gering wurmstichig. Insgesamt sehr schönes E … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Thomas Mertens Antiquariat (winter10781) [Berlin, DE]
2019-11-11 19:23:42
Dt. Druck Oberursel 1581: Christoph Irenäus, Spiegel der Hellen und Zustand der Verdampten
Oberusel 1581. Schöner Halbpergament-Leder-Band (20,3 x 16,5 x 5 cm). (52) + 348 + (1) S. -- Auf dem Vorsatz handschriftliche Angabe des Kaufpreises (15 Gulden) und Geschenkwidmung: "Dies Buch hab ich Jacobus Francis Delitiasius meinen insonders gueten freunde Balthasar Siebelist Zue stetswerender freundschafft undt gedechtniß verehrt. Beschehen den 27. dag Julii des 1614 Jahres." -- Halbpergament-Bezug mit schöner Prägung (u.a. Initialen I.F.D. des Vorbesitzers sowie mehrere Porträtdarstellungen). -- Zustand: Einband etwas berieben, Seiten etwas fleckig, teils auch leicht wasserfleckig. Anfangs gering wurmstichig. Insgesamt sehr schönes Exemplar. Über den Verfasser (Quelle: wikipedia): Christoph Irenäus (* um 1522 in Schweidnitz, Herzogtum Schweidnitz; gest. um 1595 in Buchenbach) war ein lutherischer Theologe und Reformator. Leben: Obwohl seine Eltern in bescheidenen Verhältnissen lebten, besuchte er die berühmte Schule Valentin Trozendorfs in Goldberg und ging vermutlich von dort nach Wittenberg. Neben seinem Studium unterrichtete er und war von 1545 bis 1547 Rektor der Schule in Bernburg. Dann empfahl ihn Philipp Melanchthon nach Schweinfurt, er übernahm jedoch die Schule in Aschersleben. Hier heiratete er die Tochter des Superintendenten Petrus Plateanus, ließ sich 1552 von Johannes Bugenhagen ordinieren und übernahm ein Pfarramt. Aus seinen Predigten über das Glaubensbekenntnis erwuchs ein großes Werk, das in streng lutherischem Geiste gehalten war. Die Grafen von Mansfeld beriefen ihn dann nach Eisleben, wo er mit dem strengen Gnesiolutheraner Cyriacus Spangenberg be … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Mertens [Berlin, Germany]
2019-11-10 16:38:03
Venice: ORIGINAL 1581 LAW BOOK DIGESTUM INFORTIATUM EDITIO POSTREMA Measures: 7 x 9½ Inches Made in: Venice Italy Weights: 2 Kilos 250 Grams 2,250 1388 Pages Condition: Good.Hardcover Leather or Papirum bound. Has small bug holes in spine of book, also theres a small damage to the lower side (please see photos) Manuscript is in optimal condition, and the quality of the book is superb. Must have been a really expensive book at the time. And it would be today! It seems to contain "Corpus Juris Civilis" First editions are from Venice and then Printer moved to Lyon. Padua University in Venice was the Main one to teach with this book. Many Germans studying law there had this book as the referendum. please dont doubt in asking me all you want to know I have more photos of this piece! and have more! ATENTION: If you need some adittional information, do not hesitate to contact me through Ebay mail or at the bottom of this page by clicking in "Ask a question". Shipping: I Ship once a Week Every Friday 15 to 20 days is the usual Timeframe Shipping: I Ship once a Week Every Friday 15 to 20 days is the usual Timeframe PAYMENTS METHOD ACCEPTED: I certainly prefer payments through PAYPAL. You can also use your major credit cards through PayPal. Payment is appreciated within 10 days. Please contact me to set up extended payment terms. Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please include item numbers in all payments and correspondence to avoid delays. . HOW ITEMS WILL BE SHIPPED: I ship worldwi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: blackandwhitedreams [Capital, AR]
2019-11-09 20:47:06
Francesco Zabarella
ont> Apud Ioannem Baptistam a Porta: Venetiis; [Venice]. Ont> Apud Ioannem Baptistam a Porta: Venetiis; [Venice], 1581 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A very scarce Catholic Latin work by Francesco Zabarella, being a collection of suggestions and advice for the reader relating to the Christian faith. A very scarce work. The first edition of this work. In Latin. This work is an octavo, with the signatures running as a-b6, A-T8, V6, X-Z8, Aa-Cc8. Collated, complete. Collated from WorldCat. Pagination is only to the recto of leaves. Some errors in pagination, with page 22 is numbered a duplicate 18 instead of 22, no page 63, and two pages 65. Text is continuous, no loss of leaves. This work is a collection of suggestions and consul on many aspects of life in terms of the Catholic religion and worship, containing a total of one-hundred and fifty-four articles of suggestions. By Francesco Zabarella. This is one of his chief canonical writings, with his others being 'Lectura Super Clementinis', and 'Commentarius in Libros Decretalium'. Zabarella was an Italian cardinal and canonist, and was appointed the bishop of Florence in 1410, before becoming the Cardinal Deacon in 1411. His most important literary work was an ecclesiastic-political treatise. Two bookplates to the front pastedown, 'Ex Bibliotheca Seminarii S. Ioannis', and 'Ex libris D. David Lewis; quos Patres Oratorii Londinensis Seminario dono dederunt, 1896'. Stamp to the recto to the front endpaper, 'Library Reference Book'. Two stamps to the title page. A very scarce Latin work offering advice to the reader … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2019-11-09 15:18:42
PETRARCA Francesco.
Appresso Alessandro Griffio, In Venetia, 1581. Opera dedicata alla signora Marchesana de la Palude. Cm.19,8x14. Carte 56, 415 numerate solo al recto. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida. Limitata marginatura superiore, specie alle ultime carte. Fisiologiche bruniture non invasive. Vecchie notazioni a inchiostro al frontespizio. Il volume contiene la dedicatoria, il "Sonetto sopra le sacre ceneri del Petrarcha e di M. Laura" (con ritratto dei due), "La Vita del Petrarcha", "La Vita di Madonna Laura", "L'ordine e la divisione de l'opra", "I Luoghi del Petrarcha, onde lo spositore ha raccolto quanto ha qui scritto di lui", "La Tavola de Sonetti e de le Canzoni". Seguono il "Canzoniere" (diviso in due parti) e "I Trionfi". Frontespizio decorato con xilografia raffigurante la Fama, una donna alata con il piede poggiato su un globo che suona la tromba, con il motto "Io volo al ciel per riposarmi in Dio". Sei nitide xilografie (formato cm.8,4x10,7) ad ornare l'apertura di ogni "Trionfo". Capilettera, cartigli e finalini incisi. > Adams, 833. Gamba, 722, registra l'edizione 1553 della versione del Gesualdo. 850 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
2019-10-30 07:33:06
PETRARCA FRANCESCO
In Venetia, appresso Alessandro Griffio, 1581. Cm. 20,5, cc. (28) 413 (recte 415). Con marchio tipografico al frontespizio con titoli entro bordura ornamentale, numerosi capilettera, ritratto di Petrarca e Laura (nella pagina antecedente la Vita dell'Autore) e 5 magnifiche illustrazioni xilografiche a mezza pagina inerenti i Trionfi. Legatura antica in piena pergamena con titoli in oro su doppio tassello al dorso. Trascurabili fenditure a due cerniere, frontespizio anticamente controfondato, antiche firme di possesso al frontespizio e alcune antiche note manoscritte al margine di alcune pagine, alone chiaro più evidente nelle carte iniziali e finali, macchiette e fioriture sparse, piccoli segni di tarlo al margine superiore bianco di alcune carte. Esemplare un po' vissuto, ma completo e complessivamente in discreto stato di conservazione. Questa importante edizione veneziana si divide in tre sezioni: le prime due (cc. 1-276 e 276-346) sono dedicate al Canzoniere petrarchesco, la terza (cc. 346-413) è dedicata ai Trionfi (nella divisione canonica pensata da Bembo per Manuzio). Le bellissime incisioni xilografiche poste all'inizio dei Trionfi riprendono il tema del testo poetico stampato in un bel carattere corsivo, contornato dal commento dell'autore in un carattere più minuto. Il commento di Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo (1496-1586) all'opera petrarchesca godette di molta fortuna ed è considerato uno delle intepretazioni i più autorevoli del Cinquecento al Canzoniere. Il suo lavoro non si limitò solo al commento critico del testo poetico, ma anche all'espozione di problemi di ca … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2019-10-23 14:49:36
BARNAUD, Nicolas). Also attributed to Nicolas Froumenteau (possibly a pseudonym for Barnaud).
No place or printer. FIRST EDITION 1581, French text, small 8vo, approximately 160 x 95 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, pages: [16], 647, [13], collation: 8, a-z8, A-S8, T (T2 blank), bound in full red morocco, with 5 gilt raised bands, richly gilt in 4 compartments, 2 gilt lettered labels, bright decorative gilt dentelles (turn ins), triple gilt ruled borders to covers, all edges gilt, earlier marbling to edges slightly showing through the gilt, marbled endpapers. Manuscript notes in French filling one side of the original front endpaper, light browning to Preface pages, intermittent pale browning or light staining, some upper margins trimmed, tiny piece missing from top corner of pages 49, 59, and 481, another missing from lower corner of page 265 (paper flaw), small tear in fore-edge margin of page 294, just touching the first letters of 4 lines, neatly repaired. A very good copy. The work is a virulent satirical attack on the Catholic church and the clergy, the nobility, the government and politics and the management of the finances of France. The three "perles" are the Word of God, the Aristocracy, and the Third Estate. See: Brunet, Manuel Du Libraire, Volume 1, page 1441; Adams, Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe 1501-1600 in Cambridge Libraries, Volume 1, page 95, B 219; Kress Library, Volume 1, page 11, No. 143. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-10-21 21:14:07
Venice: ORIGINAL 1581 LAW BOOK DIGESTUM INFORTIATUM EDITIO POSTREMA Measures: 7 x 9½ Inches Made in: Venice Italy Weights: 2 Kilos 250 Grams 2,250 1388 Pages Condition: Good.Hardcover Leather or Papirum bound. Has small bug holes in spine of book, also theres a small damage to the lower side (please see photos) Manuscript is in optimal condition, and the quality of the book is superb. Must have been a really expensive book at the time. And it would be today! It seems to contain "Corpus Juris Civilis" First editions are from Venice and then Printer moved to Lyon. Padua University in Venice was the Main one to teach with this book. Many Germans studying law there had this book as the referendum. please dont doubt in asking me all you want to know I have more photos of this piece! and have more! ATENTION: If you need some adittional information, do not hesitate to contact me through Ebay mail or at the bottom of this page by clicking in "Ask a question". Shipping: I Ship once a Week Every Friday 15 to 20 days is the usual Timeframe Shipping: I Ship once a Week Every Friday 15 to 20 days is the usual Timeframe PAYMENTS METHOD ACCEPTED: I certainly prefer payments through PAYPAL. You can also use your major credit cards through PayPal. Payment is appreciated within 10 days. Please contact me to set up extended payment terms. Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please include item numbers in all payments and correspondence to avoid delays. . HOW ITEMS WILL BE SHIPPED: I ship worldwi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: blackandwhitedreams [Capital, AR]
2019-10-21 16:25:08
1581. Original - in sehr guter Erhaltung. DEKORATIVE STADTANSICHTEN, LANDKARTEN UND GRAFIKEN! - AMAZING TOWNVIEWS, MAPS & GRAPHICS! Kolorierte Stadtansicht AUGSBURG Braun & Hogenberg1581 Coloured townview of AUGSBURG Braun & Hogenberg1581 Bei unseren angebotenen Artikeln handelt es sich ausschließlich um ORIGINALE - wir verkaufen keine Reproduktionen, Kopien oder Faksimiles! We trade exclusively ORIGINALS - no reproductions, copies or facsimiles! ___________________________________________________________________________________ BESCHREIBUNG Prächtig altkolorierte Gesamtansicht der Stadt AUGUSTAM VINDELICORUM - AUGSBURG Äusserst dekorative und original altkolorierte Kupferstichradierung der Stadt Augsburg aus der Vogelschauperspektive. Im oberen Kartenbereich mit Titelband sowie zwei prächtigen Wappenkupfern. In den unteren Ecken Kartuschen, davon eine mit ausführlicher Legende und Bezeichnung der Gebäude. Rückseitiger Text in Latein mit kolorierter Anfangsinitiale. KARTOGRAPH / VERLAG Braun & Hogenberg, Köln, 1581 Georg Braun (1541-1622 Köllsche Jung) war Theologe, Kanoniker und Dekan. Er war der Initiator des umfangreichsten Städteansichtenwerks des 16. Jahrhunderts, der "Civitates orbis terrarum" Franz Hogenberg (1535-1590) war Kupferstecher und Radierer. Er gab 1572 zusammen mit Georg Braun das Städteansichtenbuch heraus. ABMESSUNGEN Blattgröße: 52 x 42 cm Ansicht: 48 x 34 cm ZUSTAND Sehr guter Erhaltungszustand. Kräftiger Druck, festes Bütten. Blatt gleichmäßig nur minimal gebräunt. Attraktives Kolorit im zeitgenössischen Stil. Ansicht sehr dekorativ. ERKLÄRUNGHiermit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-10-21 16:25:08
1581. Sehr gute Erhaltung - prachtvolles Kolorit. DEKORATIVE STADTANSICHTEN, LANDKARTEN UND GRAFIKEN! - AMAZING TOWNVIEWS, MAPS & GRAPHICS! Kolorierte Stadtansicht B A S E L Braun & Hogenberg1581 ATTRAKTIVE ANSICHT Coloured townview of B A S E L Braun & Hogenberg1581 Bei unseren angebotenen Artikeln handelt es sich ausschließlich um ORIGINALE - wir verkaufen keine Reproduktionen, Kopien oder Faksimiles! We trade exclusively ORIGINALS - no reproductions, copies or facsimiles! ________________________________________________ Prächtig kolorierte Ansicht von BASEL "BASILEA" aus dem Werk: "Civitates orbis terrarum." Äusserst dekorative, kolorierte Kupferstichradierung mit der ganzseitigen Stadtansicht von Basel aus der Vogelschauperspektive. Mittig mit Darstellung des Rheins. In der unteren Ecke mit Legende und Bezeichnung der Gebäude. In prachtvollem Kolorit im zeitgenössischen Stil. Rückseitiger Text in Latein mit kolorierter Anfangsinitiale. KARTOGRAPH / VERLAG Braun & Hogenberg, Köln, 1581 Georg Braun (1541-1622) war Theologe, Kanoniker und Dekan. Er war der Initiator des umfangreichsten Städteansichtenwerks des 16. Jahrhunderts, der "Civitates orbis terrarum" Franz Hogenberg (1535-1590) war Kupferstecher und Radierer. Er gab 1572 zusammen mit Georg Braun das Städteansichtenbuch heraus. ABMESSUNGEN Blattgröße: 52,3 x 42,0 cm; Ansicht: 38,0 x 38,0 cm ZUSTAND - sehr guter bis ausgezeichneter Zustand - Kräftiger Druck und schönes, detailreiches Kolorit - festes Bütten - Blatt gleichmäßig und nur minimal gebräunt - geglätteter Mittelfalz - Ansicht sehr sauber und besonders dekor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-10-21 16:25:08
1581. sehr gute Erhaltung - prachtvolles Kolorit. DEKORATIVE STADTANSICHTEN, LANDKARTEN UND GRAFIKEN! - AMAZING TOWNVIEWS, MAPS & GRAPHICS! Kolorierte Stadtansicht OXFORD & WINDSOR Braun & Hogenberg1581 GROSSBRITANNIEN / ENGLAND Coloured townview of OXFORD & WINDSOR Braun & Hogenberg1581 Bei unseren angebotenen Artikeln handelt es sich ausschließlich um ORIGINALE - wir verkaufen keine Reproduktionen, Kopien oder Faksimiles! We trade exclusively ORIGINALS - no reproductions, copies or facsimiles! ________________________________________________ BESCHREIBUNG Prächtig kolorierte Ansicht mit den Städten OXFORD - SCHLOSS WINDSOR "OXONIUM nobile Anglie oppidum ..." & "VINDESORIUM celeberrimum Anglie ..." aus dem Werk: "Civitates orbis terrarum." Äusserst dekorative, kolorierte Kupferstichradierung mit 2 Ansichten auf einem Blatt. In der oberen Blatthälfte mit Darstellung von Oxford mit prächtigem Wappenkupfer mittig. Untere Blatthälfte mit Ansicht von Schloß Windsor. Im Vordergrund jeweils mit Figurenstaffage. Alles in prachtvollem Kolorit im zeitgenössischen Stil. Rückseitiger Text in Latein mit zwei kolorierten Initialen. KARTOGRAPH / VERLAG Braun & Hogenberg, Köln, 1581 Georg Braun (1541-1622) war Theologe, Kanoniker und Dekan. Er war der Initiator des umfangreichsten Städteansichtenwerks des 16. Jahrhunderts, der "Civitates orbis terrarum" Franz Hogenberg (1535-1590) war Kupferstecher und Radierer. Er gab 1572 zusammen mit Georg Braun das Städteansichtenbuch heraus. ABMESSUNGEN Blattgröße: 52,0 x 41,5 cm Ansichten je: 48,5 x 18,5 cm. ZUSTAND - sehr guter bis ausgezeichneter Z … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-10-21 16:25:08
1581. In sehr guter Erhaltung. DEKORATIVE STADTANSICHTEN, LANDKARTEN UND GRAFIKEN! - AMAZING TOWNVIEWS, MAPS & GRAPHICS! Kolorierte Stadtansicht A L E X A N D R I A Braun & Hogenberg1581 Coloured townview of A L E X A N D R I A Braun & Hogenberg1581 Bei unseren angebotenen Artikeln handelt es sich ausschließlich um ORIGINALE - wir verkaufen keine Reproduktionen, Kopien oder Faksimiles! We trade exclusively ORIGINALS - no reproductions, copies or facsimiles! _____________________________________________________________ BESCHREIBUNG Prächtig kolorierte Gesamtansicht von ALEXANDRIA "ALEXANDRIA vetustissimum Aegypti emporium Amplisissima civitas ..." Äusserst dekorative und ansprechend kolorierte Kupferstichradierung aus der Vogelschau. Schöne große Ansicht, im Vordergrund der Zugang zum Mittelmeer mit einer Vielzahl an Schiffsfregatten und kleineren Booten. Kolorierte Titelkartusche. Rückseitiger Text in Latein mit kolorierter Anfangsinitiale. KARTOGRAPH / VERLAG Braun & Hogenberg, Köln, um 1581 Georg Braun (1541-1622 Köllsche Jung) war Theologe, Kanoniker und Dekan. Er war der Initiator des umfangreichsten Städteansichtenwerks des 16. Jahrhunderts, der "Civitates orbis terrarum" Franz Hogenberg (1535-1590) war Kupferstecher und Radierer. Er gab 1572 zusammen mit Georg Braun das Städteansichtenbuch heraus. ABMESSUNGEN Blattgröße: 52,0 x 41,5 cm Ansicht: 49,0 x 37,0 cm ZUSTAND - sehr guter Zustand - Kräftiger Druck und schönes, detailreiches Kolorit - festes Bütten mit Wasserzeichen - im Rand minimal fleckig - geglätteter Mittelfalz - Ansicht sehr sauber und besonders dekorativ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-10-19 19:21:40
Tasso, Torquato
Appresso Perin libraro, e Georgio Greco compagni, 1581. Edizione originale. Buona marginatura (178 x 130 mm); timbro ex libris al frontespizio "Marino Morelli"; leggera gora al taglio superiore delle carte dei primi tre fascicoli (a, A e B), che torna ancor più lieve nel fascicolo D. Per il resto fresco e pulito. Composto alla fine del 1578 e donato in esemplare manoscritto a Vincenzo Gonzaga, principe di Mantova, fu pubblicato per la prima volta all'insaputa dell'autore in questa edizione per le cure del perugino Lodovico Botonio, «a cui n'era avventurosamente capitata una copia» (Serassi). Probabilmente per evitare guai nel titolo compare l'indicazione «Nuovamente posto in luce». Epistola dedicatoria al «Signore Andrea Dandolo, & il Signore Andrea Giussoni» firmata «Perugia, il primo di Giugno. 1581». Botonio era l'«Agitato» presso l'Accademia degli Insensati del capoluogo umbro. Raimondi, Tasso: Dialoghi, I, passim; Prandi, Il forno (Firenze 1999), P81; Serassi, La vita di Torquato Tasso (Roma 1785), p. 308; Raccolta Tassiana Bergamo n. 1418; Brunet, Manuel, V, p. 674. Graesse, Tresor, VI, p. 38
Bookseller: Libreria Pontremoli [IT]
2019-10-12 13:08:07
Holy Bible
Londoni: Henricus Middletonus, 1581. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. An exceedingly rare and highly important 16th-century Holy Bible. This Bible is notable for a few reasons, but none more so than a 1581 Latin Bible printed in London! During this time, most 'Biblia Sacrae' were being published in Venice, Geneva, Paris, Antwerp, Lyon, and a myriad of other cities in conjunction with the Catholic Church. Protestant printer Christopher Barker, printer to Queen Elizabeth, printed Henry Middleton's 1580 Bible - the earliest complete Latin Bible printed in England. Another point of importance is that Middleton used Tremellius and Junius's version of the Old Testament, Junius's translation of the Apocrypha and Tremellius's translation of the New Testament, which was made from the originally Syriac. Curiously, in the second edition printed in 1581, Theodore Beza's version of the New Testament is substituted for Tremellius's translation. This Bible undoubtedly played an import role in the ongoing struggle between Protestants and Catholics in late 16th-century England. This 1581 edition is truly remarkable, blind stamped on the vellum cover with the armorial stamp of James Douglas of Lochleven, Commendator of Melrose Abbey.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-10-03 15:13:17
(BINDINGS - EARLY FANFARE-STYLE). SENECA, LUCIUS ANNAEUS
Paris: Robert le Mangnier, 1581. First Edition in French. This is a rare early edition of a small manual on the Stoic teachings of Seneca, in an early example of the fanfare binding style and with distinguished provenance. For our text, translator Ange Cappel (1537-1623), a lawyer and royal Secretary, compiled excerpts from Seneca's "Moral Essays" and "Letters to Lucillius" into four essays: the first on the Four Virtues of Stoicism (wisdom, justice, courage, and temperance); the second on the morality necessary for living a good life; the third on the value of an education in the liberal sciences; and the last on facing the vagaries of fortune, in particular one's own mortality. The work is dedicated to King Henri III's great favorite, Anne de Batarnay, duc de Joyeuse (1560-87), a leader in the crown's wars against the Huguenots and (despite his name) a (very male) star of the French court. Techener's sale catalogue of the library of our former owner, bibliophile and bibliographer Léopold Double, describes this as the duke's own copy. The binding here shows a relatively simple fanfare style, with the compartments formed by the entrelac either empty or containing a single tool--an appropriate level of ornamentation for a Stoic and a soldier. In this, it is rather like a 1584 binding done for Henri III (see Hobson, "Reliures à la Fanfare," Pl. XIX, Binding no. 225a). If, as Double believed, this copy did belong to the duc de Joyeuse, it is entirely possible it was bound for him by his patron the king, whose lavish gifts to his favorite roused no little jealous … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [US]
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2019-10-02 13:56:16
Bonfini, Antonio
Frankfurt a. M, Peter Schmidt für Sigmund Feyerabendt, 1581. Folio (etwa 34,5 : 22 cm). 6 nn., 382 num., 7 nn. Blatt. Mit Titelholzschnitt und 46 Textholzschnitten von Jost Amman sowie den Mongrammisten MB und MF. Schweinsleder-Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit Rollen und Plattenprägung sowie Bezeichnung »H. S. | 1600« und zwei intakten Messingschließen. VD16 B 6598. - IA. 121.930. - Apponyi 482. - Zweite deutsche Ausgabe, erste vollständige. - Das Werk erschien erstmals lateinisch 1543, die zweite lat. Ausgabe 1568. Eine erste dt. Ausgabe in Auszügen folgte (in zwei Drucken) 1545. - Bedeutende auch von den Illustrationen her Chronik und wichtige Quelle zur Geschichte der Türkenkriege: »In Ungarn wurde die humanistische Historiographie durch Bonfini eingeführt« (Eduard Fueter: Geschichte der neueren Historiographie. 1911, S. 243). - Wie seinerzeit üblich sind manche der eindrucksvollen Holzschnitte aus anderen Werken entnommen und hier wieder verwandt worden, aber »einige wie aus den ungarischen Trachten hervorgeht, [sind] für dieses Werk geschnitten«. (Apponyi). - Der Einband ließ sich von uns durch Haebler nicht zuweisen. Die Plattenstempel zeigen Judith und den abgeschlagenen Holofernes-Kopf. Die Vorderdeckel-Platte mit Untertitel aus dem Buch der Richter (Kapitel 5, Vers 31): »Sic pereant omnes inimici tui, Domine« (Also müssen umkommen, HErr, alle deine Feinde). Platte auf dem Hinterdeckel mit Auszug Psalm 144 Vers 19: »Voluntatem timencum (sic) se faciet Dominus« (Der HErr tut, was die Gottesfürchtigen begehren). Möglicherweise wird hier das Jaël-und Sisera-Motiv. - Titel m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Halkyone [Germany]
2019-10-01 07:22:38
(BINDINGS - EARLY FANFARE-STYLE). SENECA, LUCIUS ANNAEUS
Paris: Robert le Mangnier, 1581. First Edition in French. This is a rare early edition of a small manual on the Stoic teachings of Seneca, in an early example of the fanfare binding style and with distinguished provenance. For our text, translator Ange Cappel (1537-1623), a lawyer and royal Secretary, compiled excerpts from Seneca's "Moral Essays" and "Letters to Lucillius" into four essays: the first on the Four Virtues of Stoicism (wisdom, justice, courage, and temperance); the second on the morality necessary for living a good life; the third on the value of an education in the liberal sciences; and the last on facing the vagaries of fortune, in particular one's own mortality. The work is dedicated to King Henri III's great favorite, Anne de Batarnay, duc de Joyeuse (1560-87), a leader in the crown's wars against the Huguenots and (despite his name) a (very male) star of the French court. Techener's sale catalogue of the library of our former owner, bibliophile and bibliographer Léopold Double, describes this as the duke's own copy. The binding here shows a relatively simple fanfare style, with the compartments formed by the entrelac either empty or containing a single tool--an appropriate level of ornamentation for a Stoic and a soldier. In this, it is rather like a 1584 binding done for Henri III (see Hobson, "Reliures à la Fanfare," Pl. XIX, Binding no. 225a). If, as Double believed, this copy did belong to the duc de Joyeuse, it is entirely possible it was bound for him by his patron the king, whose lavish gifts to his favorite roused no little jealousy and gossip. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
2019-09-30 19:30:29
VERY RARE - ELIZABETHAN ERA - Council of Trent book from 1581 with a stunning binding. This is the same year that Drake was knighted by Queen Elizabeth I aboard the Golden Hind at Deptford. Amazing to get a top quality book from this era . The buy it now price is less than the last record of sale for this for a book in worse condition with only one broken clasp. Here is the description: Dated ********1581************ Description: Fabulous embossed vellum with clasps in full working order. A beautiful high status binding with lovely portraits. There is a charming woodcut device to the title page and a couple of other decorative devices throughout. There are 649 numbered pages, then 36 pages of 'Index" This edition was published only 15 years after the first Council of Trent Catechism. A superb volume measuring approx 16cmx11.5cm x4.5cm. Bound in full vellum over wooden boards. Complete with original clasps still in good working order. The vellum is intricately blind stamped with decorative portent ovals and floral panels. The are three raised bands to spine and bevelled effect sections. The vellum is naturally grubby and foxed with two small holes and bump. Internally, the endpapers are grubby and there is a previous owner's ex-library (bibliotheca Monasterii) sticker to the inside front board. There are several owner's previous annotations to the free endpaper and title (some scored away) and an ink stamp. The title page is torn to the inner edge at bottom. The contents have pale staining browning, heavier in places (all text is still very readable). There are several small … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: wa2016 [London, London, GB]
2019-09-28 08:44:39
Holy Bible
Londoni: Excudebat Henricus Middletonus, impensis C.B. [i.e. Christopher Barker], 1581. 1581 RARE London Biblia Sacra Protestant Junius Tremellius Beza BIBLE MiddletonAn exceedingly rare and highly important 16th-century Holy Bible. This Bible is notable for a few reasons, but none more so than a 1581 Latin Bible printed in London! During this time, most 'Biblia Sacrae' were being published in Venice, Geneva, Paris, Antwerp, Lyon, and a myriad of other cities in conjunction with the Catholic Church. Protestant printer Christopher Barker, printer to Queen Elizabeth, printed Henry Middleton's 1580 Bible -the earliest complete Latin Bible printed in England. Another point of importance is that Middleton used Tremellius and Junius's version of the Old Testament, Junius's translation of the Apocrypha and Tremellius's translation of the New Testament, which was made from the originally Syriac. Curiously, in the second edition printed in 1581, Theodore Beza's version of the New Testament is substituted for Tremellius's translation. This Bible undoubtedly played an import role in the ongoing struggle between Protestants and Catholics in late 16th-century England. This 1581 edition is truly remarkable, blind stamped on the vellum cover with the armorial stamp of James Douglas of Lochleven, Commendator of Melrose Abbey.Item number: #8330Price: $3500Holy Bible[Testamenti veteris] Biblia sacra sive libri canonici: priscae Iudaeorum Ecclesiae a Deo traditi, Latini recens ex Hebraeo facti, brevibúsque scholiis illustrati ab Immanuele Tremellio & Francisco Iunio. Accesserunt libri qui vu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-09-22 02:22:36
PLINE, Second - PINET Antoine du
Lyon, Par Charles Pesnot. PLINE SECOND HISTOIRE DU MONDE 1581 2 VOLUMES Référence :16800 L'Histoire du Monde de C. Pline Second, Collationnee & Corrigee sur plusieurs vieux exemplaires Latins, tant imprimez qu'escrits à la main & enrichie d'annotations en marge, servans à la conference & declaration des anciens & modernes noms des Villes, Regions, Simples, & autres lieux & termes obscurs comprins en icelle. A quoy a esté ajouisté un traité des poix & mesures antiques, reduites à la façon des François. Avec deux Tables, l'une fort ample des noms & matieres contenues en ceste histoire : l'autre servant au susdict traité des poix & mesures. Le tout mis en françois, par Antoine Du Pinet Seigneur de Noroy : & despuis en ceste troisieme impression & derniere edition augmenté de plusieurs nouvelles annotations fort utiles & necessaires, & revue en plusieurs lieux & endroits difficiles, & non encore expliquez. A Lyon, Par Charles Pesnot, 1581. T1. xxxi, 678 pages et 77 ff. T2. 13 ff, 745 pages et 50 ff. Reliure plein veau de l'époque. Dos à nerfs orné et doré. Tranches jaspées rouge. Coiffes usées. Nerfs usés sur le T1. Coins émoussés. Nombreuses mouillures au centre des pages, mais sans gène pour la lecture. Le papier est malgré tout bien conservé. Etat satisfaisant. Format in folio(35×23). Pline l'Ancien (en latin Gaius Plinius Secundus), né en 23 apr. J.-C. à Novum Comum (l'actuelle Côme) dans le nord de l'Italie et mort en 79, à Stabies, près de Pompéi, lors de l'éruption du Vésuve, est un écrivain et naturaliste romain du Ier siècle, auteur d'une monumentale encyclopédie intit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LE GRENIER D'HOMERE (philcomm) [Sèvres, FR]
2019-09-19 08:12:45
Biblia sacra 1581 rarissime.XVI SIECLE. 'BIBLIA SACRA, AD VETUSTISSIMA' LUGDUNI MDLXXXI (1581) 406 GRAVURES !!! ¡¡RARISIME !!! "BIBLIA SACRA, AD VETVSTISSIMA exemplaria nunc recens castigata, romaeque; cochez: Dans quibhus praterea, quae subsaques Praefatio indicat capita singulia versibus distinct sunt: ​​Adiectis elegantissimis figuris. LUGDUNI (LYON) Apud Gvlxm. 8 feuilles + 1214 pages + 49 feuilles d'index. Il contient 406 gravures de Jean Mori. C'est probablement la Bible la plus éclairée du 16ème siècle. Texte à deux colonnes avec lettres capitulaires.
Bookseller: noibeu45 [Achères la Forêt, FR]
2019-09-15 08:23:04
PASQUIER Étienne.
Gilles Robinot, 1581. In-12 (117 x 72 mm), 284 ff., mal chiffrés 246, 24 ff. n. ch. Veau crème, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, dos à nerfs orné à la grotesque, pièce de titre en veau noir, roulette dorée sur les coupes et les chasses, tranches dorées sur marbrures, réparation de papier sur le titre, trace de mouillure aux premiers feuillets (Closs). Édition originale du Pourparler de la Loy. Cette nouvelle édition de Des Recherches de la France fut faite sur celle de 1569, première édition réunissant les Livres premier et second. Elle est augmentée du Pourparler de la Loy, publié ici pour la première fois. Dans ce texte, Étienne Pasquier (1529-1615) donne à réfléchir sur la raison et la loi. Il y met en scène deux prisonniers; l'un pour avoir trop suivi ce que sa raison lui dictait; l'autre pour l'avoir trop dénigrée. La France comme objet historique. Les Recherches de la France constituent une première tentative d'histoire scientifique, enfin débarrassée du carcan des références mythiques ou théologiques. "Oeuvre surgie d'une époque de crise nationale aiguë ( ) les Recherches entendent réconcilier un peuple avec son terroir, la nation avec le sol qui l'a formée. Entreprise "réaliste", s'il en fut, où l'école positiviste du siècle dernier s'est reconnue" (Franck Lestringant). L'ouvrage n'est ni une synthèse ni une reconstitution chronologique, mais une somme de points de détail et de réflexions personnelles à l'instar des Essais de Montaigne; un prototype en quelque sorte parut vingt ans auparavant. L'un des livres-clef du combat pour la langue française au XVIe siè … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Pierre Adrien Yvinec [Paris, France]
2019-09-13 09:34:08
1581. « Les images des dieux des anciens, contenant les idoles, coutumes, cérémonies et autres choses appartenant à la religion des païens », Estienne Michel, Lyon, 1581. Couverture en parchemin. 16,1 x 21,8 x 4,9 cm, préface + 637 pages + [2] tables. Nombreuses gravures en noir et blanc in-texte. La première de couverture est tachée. Une partie du titre a été écrit au dos. Manquent la moitié de la surface du dernier plat ainsi qu'une petite partie de la couverture à la charnière du dos. La première page de garde est entièrement dé-reliée et comporte en tête deux lignes d'écriture anciennes. Présence d'une mouillure, forte à faible, dans les marges latérales, du début à la p. 51, puis de 57 à 74. Traits légers de soulignement à l'encre p. 5, 8 à 20, 22, 24, 27, 35 à 37. Annotations manuscrites dans les marges latérales des p. 15 et 24. Large manque au coin inférieur de la dernière page de texte, sans incidence sur celui-ci. Forts manques aux coins de la dernière page de garde. À l'exception des défauts signalés plus haut : reliure solide, pages propres. Toutes ont été vérifiées. FRAIS DE PORT, à votre choix (tarifs à destination de la France métropolitaine) : 3,95 euros par Mondial Relay / eBay, ou 8,80 euros en colissimo, 20,80 euros en colissimo recommandé. Merci d'ATTENDRE QUE JE PRENNE CONTACT AVEC VOUS AVANT DE PROCÉDER AU PAIEMENT.
Bookseller: krams1_fr [Nantes, France]
2019-09-05 14:56:58
En Alcala, Cafa de Iuan Iñiguez de Lequerica, 1581,folio pergamino, 350 folios (desde el folio 310 a falta de un pequeño trocito en la esquina superior, en los ultimos 6 folios afecta muy ligeramente al comienzo del texto) HISTORIA
Bookseller: Libreria Jimenez [Madrid, Spain]
2019-08-31 14:34:02
DOMENICHI Lodovico;
Domenico Fari, 1581. In-12 (146 x 87 mm), 19 ff. n. ch., 1 f. bl., 460 pp., 2 ff. bl. Veau moucheté, filet à froid encadrant les plats, dos à la grotesque, pièce de titre vieux-rouge, filet doré sur les coupes et les coiffes, tranches rouges, mors supérieur fragilisé, petits frottements et légère épidermure, petites rousseurs au titre, mouillures angulaires claires sur les derniers feuillets (reliure du XVIIIe siècle). Cet ouvrage lança la mode des recueils de dits et faits. Le traité de Domenichi dont l'édition originale a paru à Florence en 1548 a été augmenté d'un septième livre en 1564 puis assorti du recueil de Motti de Thomaso Porcacchi. De nombreux bons mots concernent les poètes, de Dante à Pontano et Sannazar. Lodovico Domenichi (1515-1564) est principalement connu pour ses traductions des Anciens. Il fut mêlé à des affaires politiques entre les Farnèse et les partisans de l'Empereur en Italie. On lui a fait une réputation de plagiaire; pour notre ouvrage, il reconnaît lui-même dans sa dédicace qu'il tire une partie de son information d'un recueil fait par son ami Giovanni Mazzuoli da Strata. Bel exemplaire dans une charmante reliure en veau à la grotesque. Ex-libris manuscrit ancien Maleteste au titre et sur la première page de la dédicace. Il s'agit peut-être de la famille dijonnaise; Claude Maleteste (1620-1690), conseiller au Parlement à partir de 1643, est l'auteur d'un journal sur la Fronde et des Anecdotes du Parlement de Bourgogne. Brunet, Manuel du librairie et de l'amateur, II, 800. Adams, Catalogue of Books printed in the continent of Europe , I, 780. [A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Pierre Adrien Yvinec [Paris, France]
2019-08-30 11:55:37
Heinrich BUNTING (1545 - 1606)
1581. "Carta geografica tratta dal celebre ""Itinerarium Sacrae Scriptura"" di Heirich Bunting. Bunting era un teologo di Hannover. La sua più celebre pubblicazione è l' Itinerarium Sacrae Scriptura"" per la prima volta edito nel 1581, e successivamente ristampato in ben dieci diverse edizioni. L'opera è corredata da diverse curiosità cartografiche decisamente insolite per l'epoca. Xilografia, testo tedesco al verso, parziale restauro costruttivo nella parte sinistra, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Rara." Henrich Bunting was theologian in Hannover. His most famous work is the tinerarium Sacrae Scriptura... , published for the first time in 1581 and aftewards re-issued in ten different editions. The work is furnished with several cartographic curios, definitely strange for the period. Woodcut, German text on verso, partial repair on the left part, otherwise in good condition. Rare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-08-29 13:45:18
Medici Sebastiano
1581. Condition: Buone condizioni. Medici Sebastiano, Summa omnium haeresum et catalogus schismaticorum, haereticorum, et idolatrarum. Authore Sebastiano Medice, Florent. D. equite S. Stephani, & proton. Apostol Florentiae in officina Sermartelliana 1581 8°, mm 170x100, pp. (8), 784, (16), frontespizio in cornice animata. Marca tipografica (tartaruga con una vela in bocca con giglio fiorentino e motto: Festina Lente), al frontespizio, alcune iniziali decorate. Legatura coeva in pergamena morbida, titolo ben manoscritto al dorso, rari e antichi appunti a penna. Esemplare molto buono, edizione originale. Sebastiano Medici provenne da un ramo laterale della Famiglia Medici, laureatosi in utroque iure nel 1568 nello studio pisano, divenne Cavaliere dell'Ordine di Santo Stefano nel 1569. Divenne vicario dell'arcivescovato di Firenze nel 1579, dedicandovi grande impegno, in conformità con i dettami della controriforma scrisse alcuni trattati, tra cui il soprascritto, finalizzati all'educazione di confessori, inquisitori e censori. La summa è un ottimo elenco indicizzato delle più importanti eresie, ed è un esempio della teologia morale dell'epoca post tridentina.
Bookseller: Libreria Spalavera [Verbania, Italy]
2019-08-27 01:22:11
Petrarch.
Alessandro Griffio., Venitia, 1581. Italian text. Set in a small attractive and very readable italic type. Leaf 415 erroneously numbered 413. Tightly bound in a handsome binding. weight: 2.1 lb. Very good, a few worm holes to cover, old repair to top edge of title page, scattered foxing. Engraved title page with decorated border and printer's device, historiated initials. 8vo., 21x15 cm. [56], 415 leaves numbered one side. 18th century? full brown leather, gilt floral borders, raised bands, gilt spine decorations, speckled edges, ribbon marker. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Zephyr Books [Reno, NV, U.S.A.]
2019-08-09 19:55:41
GUICHARD, CLAUDE
IEAN DE TOURNES, IMPRIMEUR DU ROY, LYON, 1581. FUNERAILLES & DIVERSES MANIERES D'ENSEVELIR DES ROMMAINS, GRECS, & AUTRES NATIONS, TANT ANCIENNES QUE MODERNES, DESCRITES PAR CLAUDE GUICHARD, DOCTEUR ES DROITS & DEDIEES A TRESHAUS , TRESPUISSANT, & TRESMAGNANIME PRINCE CHARLES EMANUEL DUC DE SAVOYE. AGGIUNTO FOGLIO VOLANTE CON ANNOTAZIONI ANTICHE SULL'IMPORTANZA DELL'OPERA: " LIVRE RARE ET CURIEUX, RECHERCHE' PAR LES BIBLIOPHILES". FORMATO IN-QUARTO PICCOLO (CM 24X16). LEG. IN T. PERG. FLOSCIA, MUTA. ANNOTAZIONI MANOSCRITTE A PENNA, IN ANTICO, SUL PIATTO INF. PP.: nn 8 - 546 - nn 22 - [ 2]. MANCANTI LE 2 CARTE BIANCHE E L'ULTIMA CARTA A STAMPA, QUEST'ULTIMA RIPRODOTTA IN FAC-SIMILE, DALLA SCANSIONE DI ALTRO ESEMPLARE, CONSERVATO PRESSO LA BIBLIOTECA CASANATENSE DI ROMA. ILLUSTRATO CON INCISIONI XILOGRAFICHE N.T., TESTATINE, CAPILETTERA, FINALINI. GLOSSE MARGINALI. ALCUNE MACCHIE D'INCHIOSTRO, LEGATURA ALLENTATA. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Gutenberg al Colosseo - ALAI-ILAB member [Roma, RM, Italy]
2019-08-08 06:44:31
Diana SCULTORI (Mantova ante 1530- Roma 1588)
Bulino, 1581, firmato e datato in lastra in basso a destra. Esemplare nel secondo stato di cinque, con l'indirizzo di Claudio Duchetti, sicuramente antecedente il 1585, anno della scomparsa dell'editore francese. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "rombo nel cerchio" (Briquet 6097), con margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'incisione riproduce senza significative varianti la statua di Ercole con la clava e i pomi delle Esperidi conservata a Roma nei Musei Capitolini. Il basamento invece è d'invenzione di Diana, ove ripete il motivo della clava. La statua è pertinente con l'undicesima fatica di Ercole, che consisteva nel portare ad Euristeo alcune mele d'oro delle Esperidi, custodite da Atlante e dal drago Ladone. Bibliografia: Bellini 52 II/V; Bartsch 38. "The gilt bronze statue of Hercules on a pedestal holding the golden apples of the Hesperides in his left hand, then in the Foro Boario, now in the Palazzo de' Conservatori. Engraving, 1581, lettered bottom right 'Diana in cidebat 1581', bottom centre 'Claudii Duchetti Formis'. Example of the second state of five, showeing the address of Claudio Duchetti, printed before 1585. A great example, printed on contemporary laid paper with ""rombo nel cerchio"" watermark (Briquet 6097), with margin, perfect condition. After a statue that is virtually the same as that in the print from the Capitoline Museum in Rome (Palazzo dei Conservatori). A very good work." Bellini 52 II/V; Bartsch 38; Huelsen 1921 119 .
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-08-01 11:56:12
Venice: ORIGINAL 1581 LAW BOOK DIGESTUM INFORTIATUM EDITIO POSTREMA Measures: 7 x 9½ Inches Made in: Venice Italy Weights: 2Kilos 250 Grams 2,250 1388 Pages Condition: Good.Hardcover Leather or Papirum bound. Has small bug holes in spine of book, also theres a small damage to the lower side (please see photos) Manuscript is in optimal condition, and the quality of the book is superb. Must have been a really expensive book at the time. And it would be today! It seems to contain "Corpus Juris Civilis" First editions are from Venice and then Printer moved to Lyon. Padua University in Venice was the Main one to teach with this book. Many Germans studying law there had this book as the referendum. please dont doubt in asking me all you want to know I have more photos of this piece! and have more! ATENTION: If you need some adittional information, do not hesitate to contact me through Ebay mail or at the bottom of this page by clicking in "Ask a question". Shipping: I Ship once a Week Every Friday 15 to 20 days is the usual Timeframe Shipping: I Ship once a Week Every Friday 15 to 20 days is the usual Timeframe PAYMENTS METHOD ACCEPTED: I certainly prefer payments through PAYPAL. You can also use your major credit cards through PayPal. Payment is appreciated within 10 days. Please contact me to set up extended payment terms. Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please include item numbers in all payments and correspondence to avoid delays. . HOW ITEMS WILL BE SHIPPED: I ship worldwid … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: blackandwhitedreams [Capital, AR]
2019-07-31 20:02:03
Claude Guichard; Jean de Tournes; Charles-Emmanuel, duc de Savoie)
A Lyon : par Jean de Tournes imprimeur du Roy. CIƆ. IƆ. LXXXI. Avec privilege, 1581. A Lyon : par Jean de Tournes imprimeur du Roy. CIƆ. IƆ. LXXXI. Avec privilege, 1581. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. [Thanatology] 1st ed. Quarto. Bound mottled calf, with gilt decorated spine compartments. Tail of spine chipped. Joint cracked. All edges speckled red. Engraved title page. Wood engravings of coins, grave markers, medals, ancient Roman chariot races, and an illustration of a body being prepared for burial. Printed in civilite type. Scattered dampstaining. [8], 546, [22] p. <br> Book 3, Chap. 9 contains one of the earliest known accounts of the funeral practices of Native Americans. (Des funerailles & sepultures des peuples des terres descouvertes de nostre temps, ausquelle on a donne le nom Nouveau monde). Refs: Brunet II, 1806. Waller 19695. Brun 21. Graesse 179. "Dans cet ouvrage Guichard interprete les lois romaines, les medailles et inscriptions antiques d'une maniere habile... Il a reproduit les diverses especes de couronnes militaires, avec de petites estampes tres gracieuses" (Hoefer). Provenance: From the library of the Oxford art historian, John Bernard Bury (1917-2017).
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2019-07-27 12:12:33
VERY RARE - ELIZABETHAN ERA - Council of Trent book from 1581 with a stunning binding. This is the same year that Drake was knighted by Queen Elizabeth I aboard the Golden Hind at Deptford. Amazing to get a top quality book from this era . The buy it now price is less than the last record of sale for this for a book in worse condition with only one broken clasp. Here is the description: Dated ********1581************ Description: Fabulous embossed vellum with clasps in full working order. A beautiful high status binding with lovely portraits. There is a charming woodcut device to the title page and a couple of other decorative devices throughout. There are 649 numbered pages, then 36 pages of 'Index" This edition was published only 15 years after the first Council of Trent Catechism. A superb volume measuring approx 16cmx11.5cm x4.5cm. Bound in full vellum over wooden boards. Complete with original clasps still in good working order. The vellum is intricately blind stamped with decorative portent ovals and floral panels. The are three raised bands to spine and bevelled effect sections. The vellum is naturally grubby and foxed with two small holes and bump. Internally, the endpapers are grubby and there is a previous owner's ex-library (bibliotheca Monasterii) sticker to the inside front board. There are several owner's previous annotations to the free endpaper and title (some scored away) and an ink stamp. The title page is torn to the inner edge at bottom. The contents have pale staining browning, heavier in places (all text is still very readable). There are several small … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: wa2016 [London, London, GB]
2019-07-24 10:22:10
Claudio DUCHET (Duchetti) (Attivo a Roma nella seconda metà del XVI sec.))
1581. Magnifico esemplare del primo stato (di tre) della pianta di Ostia incisa da Ambrogio Brambilla per l'editore Claudio Duchetti. In basso a sinistra, in un riquadro, il titolo: CLAUDII ET TRAIANI IMPP. ADMIRABILIUM PORTUUM OSTIENSIUM ORTHOGRAPHIA PER STEPHANUM DU PERACH ARCHITECTUM IUXTA ANTIQUA VESTIGIA ACCURATISSIME DELINEATA ROME CLADII DUCHETI FORMIS 1581. In basso al centro la firma Ambrosius brambila f. In alto a destra, nel mare, una rosa dei venti con il nord-est a sinistra. Acquaforte e bulino, dimensioni mm 300x520. Si tratta di una replica della pianta del Duperac - Lafreri, incisa da Ambrogio Brambilla per l'editore Claudio Duchetti. La lastra del Lafreri era stata assegnata, nella divisione ereditaria, a Stefano Duchetti. Questa probabilmente fu la ragione che indusse Claudio a realizzare una nuova lastra dedicata alla ricostruzione del porto di Traiano. L'opera è inserita nel catalogo della vedova di Giacomo Gherardi (n. 178 descritta come "il Porto d'hostia reale") e fu acquistata (1602) da Giovanni Orlandi e successivamente (1614) da Hendrick van Schoel. Bibliografia: Destombes (1970): nn. 88-88a; Ganado (1994): p. 213, n. 65; Hülsen (1921): p. 147, n. 25i; Marigliani (2016): n. II.2; Pagani (2012): p. 80; cfr. Rubach (2016): n. 282; Tooley (1983): nn. 426c-426d; Witcombe (2008): p. 319, n. 5.12. "Magnificent example of the first state (of three) of the Ostia map, engraved by Ambrogio Brambilla for the publisher Claudio Duchetti. At the bottom left, the title: CLAUDII ET TRAIANI IMPP. ADMIRABILIUM PORTUUM OSTIENSIUM ORTHOGRAPHIA PER STEPHANUM DU PERACH … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-23 21:20:46
Melchior MEIER (attivo in Svizzera tra il XVI ed il XVII secolo)
Bulino, 1581, firmato e datato nella tavoletta in alto a sinistra: FRANC.[ISCO] MED[ICEO]/MA. [GNO] ETRVR. [IAE] D.[UCI] II. P.[ATRONO] B.[ENE] M.[ERENTI]/ 15. D[e]D[ICAVIT] 81./ M. M. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni e ben contrastata, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con filigrana "cerchio con aquila, sormontato da corona", rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. La dedica è a Francesco de' Medici (1541 - 1587), II Granduca di Toscana, figlio di Cosimo I ed Eleonora di Toledo. In questa incisione, si trovano combinati insieme due contese musicali: quella tra Apollo e Marsia e tra Apollo e Pan. Le fonti classiche narrano, infatti, che il satiro Marsia diventato molto abile nel suonare il flauto, osò sfidare Apollo, dio della musica, certo di poterlo battere. Il dio accettò e chiamò le Muse a giudicare la contesa. Naturalmente ne uscì vincitore e punì il satiro in maniera atroce legandolo ad un albero e scuoiandolo vivo. Nella scena appare anche re Mida chiamato, secondo le fonti a giudicare un'altra contesa musicale, quella tra Apollo e Pan e punito dal dio con delle orecchie asinine per aver ingenuamente dato la vittoria al satiro, che è raffigurato in piedi alle spalle del re. Nelle fonti iconografiche, contrariamente a quelle letterarie, la figura di Mida e quella di Marsia sono frequentemente associate. L'accuratezza anatomica delle figure rispecchia in pieno il gusto tardo cinquecentesco e rivela la competenza dell'incisore rispetto alla materia. La figura di Apollo s'ispira chiaramente alla celebre statua di Apollo del Belvedere (Musei Vaticani) per quanto, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-23 17:34:10
Ambrogio BRAMBILLA attivo a Roma tra il 1579 ed il 1599
1581. " UNICO ESEMPLARE NOTO Sconosciuta prova di stampa della pianta giubilare, nota dalla letteratura solo per gli esemplari pubblicati con l'imprint di Pietro de Nobili. L'opera viene da noi attribuita all'incisore Ambrogio Brambilla. Acquaforte e bulino, priva di dati editoriali. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana ""scudo con lettera M e stella"", rifilata al rame, in eccellente stato di conservazione. La descrizione che segue (del secondo stato della lastra) è tratta da: S. Bifolco-F. Ronca, ""Cartografia e topografia italiana del XVI secolo. Catalogo ragionato delle opere a stampa"", dove la pianta sarà per la prima volta pubblicata, previsto per ottobre 2018. Titolo & iscrizioni In basso a destra, in un riquadro, è inciso il titolo: LE SETTE CHIESE DI ROMA. Per esser venuto lanno del Santo Iubileo concesso da Nostro Sig re Gregorio XIII secondo lanticho consueto e fatto questo disegno con il circuito de Roma, dove si vedeno dette chiese cavate dal naturale et se non sono poste nel suo luogo ogni persona iuditiosa conoscera depender la causa per non haver piu spatio di queste sette chiese quattro sono le pivilegiate segnate con li Santi a chi sono dedicate, et con una croce et in esse si piglia il Santo Jubileo il quale i Dio ci dia sua Santa pace per poterlo acquistare nel presente anno 1575 Romae. Opera priva di orientazione e scala grafica. Acquaforte e bulino, dimensioni mm 410x530. Notizie storico critiche Anonima replica dell'incisione di Etienne Duperac per l'editore Antonio Lafreri, raffigurante la pianta delle basili … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-19 14:26:06
Melchior MEIER
Bulino, 1581, firmato e datato nella tavoletta in alto a sinistra: FRANC.[ISCO] MED[ICEO]/MA. [GNO] ETRVR. [IAE] D.[UCI] II. P.[ATRONO] B.[ENE] M.[ERENTI]/ 15. D[e]D[ICAVIT] 81./ M. M. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni e ben contrastata, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con filigrana "cerchio con aquila, sormontato da corona", rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. La dedica è a Francesco de’ Medici (1541 – 1587), II Granduca di Toscana, figlio di Cosimo I ed Eleonora di Toledo. In questa incisione, si trovano combinati insieme due contese musicali: quella tra Apollo e Marsia e tra Apollo e Pan. Le fonti classiche narrano, infatti, che il satiro Marsia diventato molto abile nel suonare il flauto, osò sfidare Apollo, dio della musica, certo di poterlo battere. Il dio accettò e chiamò le Muse a giudicare la contesa. Naturalmente ne uscì vincitore e punì il satiro in maniera atroce legandolo ad un albero e scuoiandolo vivo. Nella scena appare anche re Mida chiamato, secondo le fonti a giudicare un’altra contesa musicale, quella tra Apollo e Pan e punito dal dio con delle orecchie asinine per aver ingenuamente dato la vittoria al satiro, che è raffigurato in piedi alle spalle del re. Nelle fonti iconografiche, contrariamente a quelle letterarie, la figura di Mida e quella di Marsia sono frequentemente associate. L’accuratezza anatomica delle figure rispecchia in pieno il gusto tardo cinquecentesco e rivela la competenza dell’incisore rispetto alla materia. La figura di Apollo s’ispira chiaramente alla celebre statua di Apollo del Belvedere (Musei Vaticani) per quanto, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-07-17 22:16:11
Zapata, Giovanni Battista; Giuseppe Scienza, comp. & ed.
Appresso gli heredi del Bevilacqua, Torino, 1581. EDIT16 says of the obscure author, "[m]edico romano, nato nel 1520 circa. Era ancora in vita nel 1586," and of the compiler of Zapata's teachings, the same source simply says "[m]edico trentino morto nel 1612." The title-page, however, tells us that Scienza was Zapata's "discepolo." This little pocket volume falls squarely in the genre of "books of secrets," that widely popular category of books that appeared in the 16th century and brought compilations of technical and medicinal recipes and magic formulae to the literate population at large. => Books of secrets constituted one of the most widely read genres in early modern scientific publishing and one that was aimed squarely at a general, nontechnical market. The formulae here involve chemical compounds, e.g., the use of rosemary-infused oils, etc., aimed at curing various ailments or alleviating pain or unpleasant conditions. Ferguson writes: "Though this book deals professedly with the treatment of a great number of ailments, and explains the preparation of the necessary remedies, it contains incidentally a good deal of chemistry as applied to pharmacy. This makes it valuable for the history of the science, for here we get the processes employed three hundred years ago for preparing certain well-known compounds, uncomplicated by any theoretical views about elements or transmutation." The work was first published in 1577 and had six more 16th-century editions; this is the third. Of this edition NUC and WorldCat locate only the copy at the University of Pennsylvania. 8vo ( … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2019-07-16 22:50:05
GISCAFERIUS
Parisii (Paris): 1581. GISCAFERIUS Gulielmius - Gulielmi Giscaferii medici belocarensis civis romani in romano gymnasio medicinam publicè profitensis. De febrium natura & curatione libri duo GISCAFERIUS Gulielmius Gulielmi Giscaferii medici belocarensis civis romani in romano gymnasio medicinam publicè profitensis. De febrium natura & curatione libri duo apud Michaëlem Clopeiau, Parisii (Paris) 1581, in-8 (16x11,5cm), (11) (1bc) 255pp., relié. Edition originale rare de ce traité des fièvres par un médecin italien.. Absent à Brunet.Reliure en plein Parchemin moderne. *** [Please note that the English version might contain errors of translation, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!] Rare first edition of this treatise about fevers by an Italian doctor. Not in Brunet. Full modern Parchment. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
2019-07-09 23:11:30
Francisci Petrarchae
Sebastianvm Henricpetri, Basileae. In Italian and Latin. Petrarca, Francesco, 1304-1374. Publication date 1581, after the first edition of 1554 by Henrich Petri in Basel, with few corrections. These two editions are still the only two ever to carry his Opera Omnia, which is a strange thing, considering the importance of Petrarca for European though. The love between Basel and Petrarca is old, the first book collecting all the Latin (only) works by Petrarch was printed in 1496 by Johannes Amerbach, Henrich Petri did put together all Latin and Italian works in 1544. Petrarca spent a few weeks in Basel and was impressed by his beauty, one month later, returning from Prague, he came to grief seeing it destroyed by an earthquake. Petrarca speaks about his time in Basel in his work De Otio Religioso. This is an extremely rare edition, the only one in ABe books and other websites. Binding: calf with ink lettering on the spine. Folio, heavy book, 4 books bound in one,Tomus 1: [28], 564 S.; Tomus 2: [2], 567-1131, [1] S.; Tomus 3: 118, [2] S.; Tomus 4: [2], 123-205, [3] With praises by Johannes Herold, Hieronymus Cardanus, Giovanni Boccaccio, Erasmus, Juan Luis Vives, Francesco Florido, Paulus Jovius und Girolamo Squarciafico.Colophon: "Basileae per Sebastianum Henricpetri, anno à virgineo partu M.D.XXCI. mense Martio.", extensive yellowing due to the kind of paper. Ex libris 1988 for the 50 years anniversary of the death of Italian poet Gabriele D'Annunzio. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Lascar Publishing Ltd. [Hong Kong, Hong Kong]
2019-07-06 07:00:20
Appresso Francesco Ziletti,, In Venetia, 1581. Tre volumi di cm. 19, cc. (6) 236; (6) 203 + 1cb., (8) 284. Marchi tipografici ai frontespizi e capolettera figurati. Legatura strettamente coeva in piena pergamena floscia con unghie, nervi passanti e titoli manoscritti ai dorsi. Esemplare genuino e fresco, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Ex libris. Contiene lettere di Alberto Pio da Carpi, Card. Bibiena, Card. Bessarione, Fr. Guicciardini, B Castiglione, Card. Sadoleto, Andrea Doria, il Medeghino, Sforza Pallavicino, Vida ecc. oltre a Capi, Principi e Re. Cfr. Gamba (1470): Raccolta pregevolissima ideata e incominciata dal Ruscelli nel 1562. La nostra ed. vien preferita ad ogni altra". [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2019-06-24 22:09:03
Caro Annibale
Venezia, Bernardo Giunta, 1581. Two parts in one volume, 4to (200x145 mm). [8], 176; [8], 272 pp. Collation: †4 A-L8; †4 A-R8. Printer's device on both title pages with the Medici-Cappello's coat-of-arms. Woodcut decorated initials. Contemporary or slightly later vellum, ink title on spine, blue edges (worn, worm holes on spine, panels and pastedowns). On the front pastedown armorial bookplate with motto "sic laeta quiesco". Foxing and staining, some leaves slighlty browned, worm holes to title page and following five leaves not affecting text, other worm holes to the inner lower corner of pp. 257-271 and to the last two leaves with loss of a few letters. FIRST GIUNTA EDITION, second issue. In the first issue the dedications of both volumes of the first Aldine edition, printed respectively in 1572 and 1575, have been maintained: volume I was dedicated by Giovanni Battista Caro, Annibal's nephew, to cardinal Girolamo da Correggio (Rome, March 1, 1572); volume II, by Annibal's brother, Lepido, to cardinal Tolomeo Gallio (Rome, November 12, 1575). In this second issue the first quires of both volumes have been completely reset. In volume I was printed a new dedication addressed by Bernardo Giunta to Francesco Tiepolo (Venice, August 25, 1581), whereas the dedication to Tolomeo Gallio in the second was maintained. Besides that, are found new capital letters at the beginning of the text in both volumes as well as all wrong numbering of the first issue was corrected. After this first edition, Giunta reprinted Caro's letters in 1582, 1587, and 1591/2. Volume I contai … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2019-06-24 22:01:57
Zapata, Giovanni Battista; Giuseppe Scienza, comp. & ed.
Appresso gli heredi del Bevilacqua, 1581. EDIT16 says of the obscure author, "[m]edico romano, nato nel 1520 circa. Era ancora in vita nel 1586," and of the compiler of Zapata's teachings, the same source simply says "[m]edico trentino morto nel 1612." The title-page, however, tells us that Scienza was Zapata's "discepolo." This little pocket volume falls squarely in the genre of "books of secrets," that widely popular category of books that appeared in the 16th century and brought compilations of technical and medicinal recipes and magic formulae to the literate population at large. => Books of secrets constituted one of the most widely read genres in early modern scientific publishing and one that was aimed squarely at a general, nontechnical market. The formulae here involve chemical compounds, e.g., the use of rosemary-infused oils, etc., aimed at curing various ailments or alleviating pain or unpleasant conditions. Ferguson writes: "Though this book deals professedly with the treatment of a great number of ailments, and explains the preparation of the necessary remedies, it contains incidentally a good deal of chemistry as applied to pharmacy. This makes it valuable for the history of the science, for here we get the processes employed three hundred years ago for preparing certain well-known compounds, uncomplicated by any theoretical views about elements or transmutation." The work was first published in 1577 and had six more 16th-century editions; this is the third. Of this edition NUC and WorldCat locate only the copy at the University of Pennsylvania.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-06-19 12:24:35
Martin LUTHER
1581. [Christianity, Religion] ~ LUTHER, Martin Special and chosen sermons of d. martin luther, collected out of his writings and preachings for the necessary instruction and edification of such, as hunger and seeke after the perfect knowledge and inestimable glorie which is in Christ Jesu, to the comfort and salvation of their soules Imprinted at London by Thomas Voutroullier. , 1581. Quarto. [16], 479pp, [1]. Contemporary limp vellum, title in manuscript to spine. Extremities worn and discoloured, binding secured to text-block by a single cord only. Without pastedowns, chipping to title-page fore-edge, small worm-trails to gutter throughout, damp-staining and worming to margins of latter half of text-block, burn-hole to centre of leaf I1 - with loss of text and sense, significant loss to final leaf effecting colophon. The second edition of this selection of 34 sermons by German priest and professor of theology Martin Luther (1483-1546), translated into English by William Gace (fl.1568-1580), first printed in 1578 and reissued under various titles into the eighteenth-century. Strongly disputing the claim that freedom from God's punishment of sin could be purchased with money, Luther confronted indulgence salesman Johann Tetzel with his Ninety-Five Theses in 1517. His refusal to retract all of his writings at the demand of Pope Leo X in 1520 and the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V at the Diet of Worms in 1521 resulted in his excommunication by the pope and condemnation as an outlaw by the emperor. ESTC S108935, STC 16994. ~ About Antiquates We're based in the heart of the Dors … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquates Fine and Rare Books (antiquates) [Corfe Castle, GB]
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