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2018-09-29 07:48:23
PARIS: JACOBI KERUER, 1582. SEE IMAGES TO CHECK REAL STATE.THE IMAGES ARE PART OF THE DESCRIPTION.WITH DAMAGE.WITH STAINS.FRONTISPICE SHEET LEAVED FROM THE REST.
Bookseller: art-collector-cat [Barcelona, ES]
2018-09-28 18:26:09
Bible
Condition: Good. The Nevv Testament of Iesus Christ, Translated Faithfvlly into English, out of the Authentical Latin.....in the English College of Rhemes, by Iohn Fogny. 1582. Cvm Privilegio. First edition of the first translation of the New Testament into English authorized by the Catholic Church. With the Old Testament published in two volumes in 1609 & 1610, it forms the complete Douay Bible. A quarto volume (8 ½" x 6 ½") in a full calf binding with elaborate blind-tooled covers and a spine in six panels offset by raised bands. Gilt leather label. Title page somewhat soiled and remargined at bottom with no loss of text. Slight hole above the "N" in the word Testament repaired. Following two preliminary leaves have slight loss at lower corners not affecting text. 15 preliminary leaves have slight hole at top margin, sometimes slightly affecting text. General browning of leaves. Collates complete with all preliminary and terminal leaves present: a - d(2); A - Eeeee(2). Rare copy with no shaved headlines, writing, underlining or highlighting. 745 pp. plus tables. Beautifully printed with ornate vignettes and with historiated initials beginning each chapter with a variety of decorative fonts. Final leaf of text includes unique "Explication" of unfamiliar words, many of which would later be adopted for everyday English use, e.g., acquisition, cooperate, etc. Overall, at attractive copy of this historically important volume, probably originally smuggled into England and used by a Catholic Recusant who could only practice his religion in secret due to Penal Laws established by … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: skodouay [Houston, Texas, US]
2018-09-28 01:17:52
see description. 1582 Exquisite RARE Beautifully Illustrated Dutch 'Bybelsche Figuren' - 'Figures de la Bible' - Biblical Illustrations by Petrus van der Borcht 1582: A very rare pre-1600 (very early) extensively illustrated Biblical Illustrations by Petrus van der Borcht. [Bible]. Petrus van der Borcht, illustrator. Bybelsche Figuren. 'Vertonende devoornaamfte Historien der Heÿlige Schrifture. Waar bÿgevoegt zÿn tot verklaringe van ider Figure, een kort Historich verhaal, Stichtelyke Aanmerkingen en Zinryke Vaerzen... Amsterdam: Jacob van Royen, 1582.' The Netherlands. Two parts in one volume. Quarto. [4], 184 pages. Text in both Dutch and French. Engraved title page, vignette on second title page, eighty-eight half page etched illustrations by Petrus van der Borcht, decorated initials and tail-piece. Professionally rebound in brown leather over paper covered boards. Remarkably well preserved. Genesis illustration from B1 partly cut off. Professionally/Antiquarian quality restored .See the MANY (57) pictures below. A very rare piece of Dutch Bible History! We offer one of the largest and most affordable collections of Antique Bibles on the internet, including Vintage 1500s-1700s Bibles, large Antique Family Bibles (including both Roman Catholic and Protestant Bibles) from the 1800s, Prayer- and Psalm Books and so on. You can visit our extensive Bible web stores at the Windmill Ministries website and/or you can call us with any questions at 360-631-9081. Published: 1582 Publisher: Jacob van Royen, Amsterdam Size: 8.5" x 10.5" x 1" thick. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Windmill Ministries [Port Townsend, Washington, US]
2018-09-27 11:07:56
Holy Bible
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. In 1566, French theologian Rene Benoit printed a French translation of Jerome's Latin Bible. Benoit was a Roman Catholic Bishop of Troyes; however, his Bible was highly criticized for being too Calvinistic in his interpretation. However, this accusation may have been warranted. Benoit was a close friend of Henry IV, a notable Protestant royal. According to Chambers, this 1582 French edition was shared by a number of printers including Crevel, Lescuyer, Mallard and Pavie, all of which were publishing in Rouen. It should be noted that the Crevel edition is the only printing not included in the USTC. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-23 08:11:24
RICCI, Matteo and Nicolas TRIGAULT.
De Backer & Sommervogel VIII, col. 240; Cordier, Sinica, col. 810; Löwendahl 58; Lust 839; cf. Hanotiau 14 (2nd French edition). The first French edition of "the most influential description of China to appear during the first half of the 17th century" (Hanotiau). Ricci, an Italian Jesuit missionary, arrived in China in 1582. Adopting Chinese dress and learning the language, he succeeded where other missionaries had failed. He served in Nanchang, Nanking, and received permission to establish a missionary post in Beijing in 1610. During these years, he kept a journal which presented the history of Jesuit mission in China from its beginning in 1582 to 1610, the year of his death. This manuscript was translated from the Italian into Latin by Ricci's successor Trigault, who tried to elicit support for the mission in China. Trigault, however, changed many passages of Ricci's journal and augmented it with information based on several Portuguese reports. "The resulting volume contains not only a history of the Jesuit mission but also includes a wealth of information about China in the chapters describing Chinese geography, people, laws, government, religion, learning, commerce and the like" (Hanotiau). Binding rubbed; folding plan with clean tear and slightly wrinkled; some occasional staining. Good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-09-22 07:05:32
RICCI, Matteo and Nicolas TRIGAULT.
De Backer & Sommervogel VIII, col. 240; Cordier, Sinica, col. 810; Löwendahl 58; Lust 839; cf. Hanotiau 14 (2nd French edition). The first French edition of "the most influential description of China to appear during the first half of the 17th century" (Hanotiau). Ricci, an Italian Jesuit missionary, arrived in China in 1582. Adopting Chinese dress and learning the language, he succeeded where other missionaries had failed. He served in Nanchang, Nanking, and received permission to establish a missionary post in Beijing in 1610. During these years, he kept a journal which presented the history of Jesuit mission in China from its beginning in 1582 to 1610, the year of his death. This manuscript was translated from the Italian into Latin by Ricci's successor Trigault, who tried to elicit support for the mission in China. Trigault, however, changed many passages of Ricci's journal and augmented it with information based on several Portuguese reports. "The resulting volume contains not only a history of the Jesuit mission but also includes a wealth of information about China in the chapters describing Chinese geography, people, laws, government, religion, learning, commerce and the like" (Hanotiau). Binding rubbed; folding plan with clean tear and slightly wrinkled; some occasional staining. Good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-09-21 17:36:56
MOLLIEN, Gaspard Théodore, comte de.
Lownes, English Literature, p. 1582; cf. Gay, Bibl. de l'Afrique et l'Arabe 2910 (French eds.); Kainbacher, Erforsch. Afrikas, p. 277 (German eds.). An account of a shipwreck at Cape Blanco on the African coast and a successful 1818 attempt to discover the sources of the rivers Gambia and Senegal, by one of the earliest explorers of the West African interior. Published in French, English and German editions in 1820, it gives much geographical and anthropological information in diary-style entries. At the end are an itinerary, an English-Iolof-Poule and an English-Serrere vocabulary, and a short list of African terms commonly used by Europeans in Africa. A very good copy, with a small tear in the map and some foxing in the other plates. A first-hand account of an early journey into the African interior.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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2018-09-05 00:13:19
LOPES DE CASTANHEDA, Fernão
London: Thomas East, 1582. Small quarto, printed in black letter with woodcut initials; a few contemporary marginal notes; nineteenth-century calf, very well rebacked. The first English edition of one of the most important works of the first great age of discovery, a rare and important source for the history of Portuguese expansion in the East. This first book of Castanheda's work, originally published in Coimbra in 1551, was translated by Nicholas Lichefield and, most appropriately, dedicated to Sir Francis Drake. Only this first book was published in English; as the Hill catalogue notes, 'the English edition is very rare'. Most of Castanheda's great book is devoted to the Portuguese thrust into Asia in the early 16th century, chronicling their epic expansion into India, the East Indies, and China between 1497 and 1525. Castanheda himself spent some two decades in the Portuguese colonies in the East, and so was well equipped to write this account. It is one of the primary sources for the early Portuguese trading empire, a model that the British were beginning to emulate at the time of publication. Penrose describes the book as 'an impartial book of outspoken sincerity which was the fruit of years of residence in the East.''In translating this history of Portuguese eastern imperialism to 1525, Nicholas Lichefield gave to English readers the accounts of Diaz, Covilhan, Da Gama, Cabral, the cousins Albuquerque, Pacheco and other Portuguese pioneers of eastern exploration, trade and conquest. In these narratives he set forth the navigations, battles, difficulties, and triumph … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books [Australia]
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2018-09-03 22:22:04
LUPICINI Antonio (1530?-1598)
APPRESSO GIORGIO MARESCOTTI, 1582. Copertina in pergamena coeva flosia priva della controfondatura di cartoncino, slabbrature e piccole mancanze; al contropiatto anteriore, ex-libris "Trinity College, Cambridge " con timbro di duplum. 53 pagine numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo e ampia marca silografica; 3 pagine non numerate compresa 1 carta bianca finale, mutila alla parte inferiore e con un disegnino a penna al verso. All'ultima pagina di testo, dati tipografici e ampia marca tipografica identica a quella del frontespizio; all'interno, 16 illustrazioni silografiche nel testo, delle quali 7 a piena pagina, raffigurano diagrammi, strumenti e scene di misurazione. PRIMA RARA E UNICA EDIZIONE di questo trattato sulla costruzione e l'uso delle nuove verghe astronomiche, dove vengono descritte le operazioni di uno strumento inventato da Lupicini stesso: le verghe potevano essere usate come archipendolo, squadra dei bombardieri, quadrante per la misurazione delle grandezze, squadra zoppa e nel rilevamento topografico; è descritta anche una bussola magnetica e se ne discute dell'applicazione alla balistica e alla cartografia. Lupicini fu un ingegnere militare coinvolto nel 1552 negli assedi di Montalcino e Monticchiello e, quale ingegnere idraulico, partecipò a dei lavori nella città di Venezia. Esemplare in modeste condizioni, segnalata fragilità della copertura in pergamena, leggermente allentato, tracce di sporco e fioriture lungo il volume; angolo inferiore esterno rosicchiato alle prime carte. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-08-22 07:44:22
ARISTOTELES.
Basle (Basileae), Eusebii Episcopii opera ac impensa, 1582. Folio. (XX),623,(12 index),(1 printer's mark) p. Modern calf 35.5 cm (Details: Nice copy, bound in modern full (red)brown calf, with 5 raised bands on the back. Spine short title in gilt: 'ARISTOTELIS / DE REPVBLICA'. Text in three columns, with the Greek in the centre flanked by the Latin translations of Piero Vettori and Denys Lambin respectively on each side. Large printer's woodcut device to the title and last page, depicting a bust of 'Hermes triceps' (three-headed Hermes) on a pillar; each of the heads wears a winged helmet; the middle Hermes holds in his right hand a caduceus, and in his left a bishop's staff (Episcopius!); from the pillar seems to hang a chopped off head. Large historiated woodcut letter on leaf a2, woodcut letters of various sizes throughout the text. Wide margins) (Condition: First and last leaf dust-soiled. Small and faint name on the title. Paper yellowing. Small bookplate on the front pastedown. 2 bookplates on the lower pastedown) (Note: The Greek scholar/philosopher Aristotle, 384-322 B.C., is one of the foremost names in the history of thought, and perhaps the most influential of all who have ever written. His influence on Werstern science and culture is immense. His boundless industry extended to most branches of higher learning. 74 treatises, genuine and spurious, have come down to us under his name. His 'Politics', literally 'the things concerning the polis', is among his best known and most widely read works. It embraces in 8 books the historical, theoretical and practical aspe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2018-08-08 07:34:08
PETRARCA Francesco
Basilea,: ad istanza di Pietro Sedabonis, 1582. Basilea, ad istanza di Pietro Sedabonis, 1582. In-8 p. (mm. 215x156), 2 parti in 1 vol., p. pergamena antica, tit. oro al dorso, 8 cc.nn., 447;396 (mal numer, 378) pp., 1 c.nn. (in cui si legge: si finì di stampare il 4 di maggio MDLXXXII). Dedica dell'A. ad Alfonso II, duca di Ferrara. Cfr. Gamba,727: “"Prima edizione del celebre commento del Castelvetro", il più applaudito tra gli antichi. Il testo è copiato, ma scorrettamente, dalla edizione Aldina, 1514. Il Menagio nelle sue ‘Mescolanze' chiama a buon diritto il Castelvetro ‘accuratissimo ed acutissimo'. I caratteri, la carta, gli errori dei quali è imbrattata ogni faccia di questo libro, fanno vero torto ad un lavoro letterario di tanta fatica; ed ottimo consiglio è stato quello di riprodurlo modernamente con attente cure e con magnificenza di stampa: e tale riuscì l'ediz. di Venezia, Zatta, 1756, vol. 2 con figure” - Adams,II,864, p. 67”. Testo con pesanti arross. nella parte superiore e con qualche fiorit.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
2018-08-04 15:13:49
1st English Language Catholic Old Testament. First Catholic Old Test in England. In Doway a seminary was established for English Catholic exiles. Combined with Rheims NT of 1582. thus Douay Rheims Bible, English speaking Catholic standard for 350 years. Full old leather. paneled spines in 6 compartments over raised spines. Rare with both matching volumes together. Printed at Doway by Lawrence Kellam, at the sign of the Holie Lamb. Charles Buttlar (owner's inscription). Foreedge margins trimmed slightly affecting text on verso of few leaves; incoherent scribbling in brown ink on blank verso of final text leaf. The general title to both volumes are facsimile. and final leaf of first volume is facsimile. Box - 1.
Bookseller: RareBiblesandMore [United States, US]
2018-07-26 05:53:13
CALENDARIO GREGORIANO
APUD IOANNEM BAPT. SESSA, & FRATRES. Legatura moderna in cartone beige. 36 carte non numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo in rosso e nero, testatina silografica a carattere religioso raffigurante Papa Gregorio XIII, marca silografata dell'editore; all'ultima carta, verso, dati di colophon e altra marca tipografica di Sessa; all'interno, alcuni capolettera silografati; testo in rosso e nero. Raro calendario, uno dei primi fondati sulla riforma gregoriana del 1582; nello stesso anno ne vennero pubblicati diversi da altri editori. La riforma del calendario gregoriano, intitolata al suo ispiratore papa Gregorio XIII, era stata richiesta dal Concilio di Trento. Trascorsero 10 giorni da giovedì 4 ottobre a venerdì 15 ottobre 1582, per superare il ritardo accumulato dal calendario Julien nell'anno astronomico. Il nuovo calendario fu applicato negli stati cattolici, poi nei paesi protestanti, e continuò ad estendersi alla maggior parte del mondo fino all'inizio del XX secolo. Esemplare in buone condizioni, alcune pagine in lieve ingiallimento, leggermente allentato ad alcuni quinterni. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-07-20 06:29:22
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London Christopher Barker, 1582. 4to Late nineteenth century renovation and full morocco rebind by Charles Tuckett 66 Great Russell street London (neat pen attribution dated 1878) Full brown morocco blind lined banded gilt lettered and tail dated . Handmarbled end papers. Contained in a ourpose built oak glass fronted, red lined case (lacks locking key) . Bound with prelims/title page missing. First page is A1 start of Book of Genesis. OT numbered to 366pp. Apocrypha [1]-77. Newe Testament title page. dated 1582. Map of Holie Land Text [1]-78pp-116. Order of the yeres 21pp. Book of Psalms Title page-imprinted at London by John Day 1583 [1}-78 couple of pages missing goes up to Psalm 135 but should be 148. The last few pages showing paper repairs to extremities with some text loss. Being late 19th Century the binding is in excellent condition. There are contemporary and 18th Century annotations and occasional marks throughout book giving family tree details There is a folding map with some staining and old repair to the start of the Acts of the Apostles [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Boz Books [Trallong, POWYS, United Kingdom]
2018-07-15 10:43:01
Spud Antonium de Harsy. EXCEPTIONALLY RARE POCKET NEW TESTAMENT. Early vellum cover with a defective signs. The leaves with obvious signs of wear - the last few leaves with very small marginal defect. Bible, 1582, Testamenti Novi Editio Vulgata (New Testament, Latin Vulgate) Incredibly Rare Pocket Bible - according to OCLA WorldCat there are NO copies in the U.S. and 3 copies in Germany, with no the copies worldwide except a few electronic reprints. I've never seen this Bible on sale in Ebay over the past 15 years. Tiny size and one of the smallest Bibles printed in the 16th-century - 11.5 x 8 cm - 5 cm thick (4.5 x 3.14 x 2 inches thick). 50 large woodcut illustration Publisher: Lugduni [Lyons, France] by de Harsy. LVGDVNI, Apud Antonium de Harsy, M.D.LXXII. 464 pages, 339 pages, plus 12 leaves. Complete with all text and index. Missing final leaf with a further colophon. Very early vellum cover with lovely patina. The leaves with obvious signs of wear - the last few leaves with very small marginal defect. A few running headlines and marginal glosses are shaved. All in all, a very solid and attractive copy of a very rare tiny pocket Bible - one ready for immediate display in a museum, art collection, or library. As avid collectors realize, most of these little Bibles were used so heavily that they did not survive. Most Bible collectors do not have this Bible or a Bible of similar size in their collections. Don't miss your chance to add this rare manuscript to your collection. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: oxbridgems [San Juan Capistrano, California, US]
2018-07-15 07:36:43
D.ANDREAE ALCIATI
THOMAM GUARINUM. Condition: Etat correct. 1582. In-Folio. Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage. Tâchée. Dos à nerfs. Mouillures. 1822 pages (deux paginations par page) + 11 pages (typographus lectori S) + environ 100 pages (Index locupletissimus) - lettrines en noir et blanc - dimension de l'ouvrage : environ 23 x 37 cm - ex libris Raymondus Houques burdigalensis sur le 1er contre plat - ouvrage essentiellement en latin - textes sur deux colonnes - dos à 6 nerfs - mouillures à l'intérieur de l'ouvrage sans réelle conséquence sur la lecture - coins très abîmés - dernière page de l'ouvrage déchirée altérant la lecture - 10 photos disponibles.. . . . Classification Dewey : 94.1-Livres anciens XVI ème. Andrea Alciato (ou Alciati) connu sous le nom d'André Alciat en français et d'Andreas Alciatus en latin. né à Alzate Brianza le 8 mai 1492 et mort à Pavie le 12 janvier 1550. est un jurisconsulte et écrivain italien de langue latine. émule d'Ulrich Zasius et de Guillaume Budé. Il est l'un des premiers représentants du courant dit de l'humanisme juridique - OUVRAGE ESSENTIELLEMENT EN LATIN.. SKU : R300125500.
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2018-07-07 22:59:37
Institoris, Heinrich [1430-1505]; Sprenger, Jakob [1435-1495] ; Nider, Johannes [1380-1438]
Francofurti : [sumptibus Nicolai Bassaei], 1582. [8] Bl., 806pp, [18] 3Bl.; 2 parties en un volume [8] Bl., 806pp, [18] Bl.; [3 l. In 8 plein vélin d’époque à recouvrements, traces de lacets, dos manuscrit, traces de rosaces dessinées sur le plat inférieur. Belle patine. Rare édition du XVIe siècle du Malleus Maleficarum de Jakob Springer et Heinrich Institoris accompagné du texte de Jean Nider, « Le traité des maléfices ». Cette édition constitue la seconde partie du Malleorum quorundam maleficarum, tam veterum quam recentiorum authorum. L’exemplaire, dans sa première reliure en vélin à recouvrement, a été annoté à différentes époques de prières, et conjurations. La contre-garde est illustrée d’un petit croquis représentant un sorcier- L’ouvrage qui ne porte pas d’indication de tomaison a été utilisé dans l’état comme c’est souvent le cas pour cette édition. Le Malleus Malleficarum de Sprenger et Institoris jouis d’une sinistre et hélas fort justifié réputation. C’est en effet le code auquel se référèrent durant deux siècles les chasseurs de sorciers pour mener a bien leur terrible besogne. Initialement commandé par le pape Innocent VIII, qui en 1484, par sa bulle « summice desiderantes affectibus » autorisait l’inquisition à agir en matière de sorcellerie, le texte parut en 1486 et marqua le début de la chasse aux sorcières en Europe. Au début simple propos théorique et compilation de procès mené par les deux franciscains, le texte devint vite une somme de références auxquelles tous les tribunaux se reportèrent faisant du Malleus, le véritable code pénal utilisé en matièr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: L'Oeil de Mercure [Paris, France]
2018-07-05 21:33:07
MAGINI, Antonio
Damianum Zenarium, 1582. Printers device on title-page and on last verso leaf of colophon. Woodcut borders and charts, text illustrations, diagrams and tables throughout. Each year has a separate title as well as pages dealing variously with the calculations of the movements of celestial bodies, planetary positions, solar and lunar eclipses, festivals, annual revolutions, fixed stars, and much more. Contemporary vellum; text browned with some sections waterstained, still generally, a very good copy from the library of Owen Gingerich with his bookplate. First edition of the Novae ephemerides, the second part of Magini's famous tables to 1620, his first published work containing the rare first ephemerides for the new Gregorian calendar. The first part (Ephemerides coelestium motuum), published the same year, only covered the years through 1600. In 1588 Magini (1555-1617) was chosen over Galileo to occupy the chair of mathematics at the University of Bologna after the death of Egnatio Danti. He was an outstanding astronomer and a correspondent of Tycho Brahe and Kepler. Indeed, Kepler, who referred to Magini as "summus in professione mathematica vir," invited him to help in the compilation of new astronomical tables (afterwards known as the Rudophine Tables). He made a thorough study of the writings of Copernicus, whose calculations of the celestial movements he considered far more exact than those of his predecessors. However, he defended the Ptolemaic system of astronomy, despite the fact that he did incorporate Copernicus' improvements of planetary theory in this work. Here … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg [US]
2018-07-01 14:57:08
Rauwolf, Leonhard.
(Lauingen Leonhart Reinmichel), 1582. 8 Bl., 487 S. Mit 3 Titelholzschnitten. 4° (19,5 x 16 cm). Marmorierte Pappe um 1830 mit zwei farbigen Rückenschildern. Erste Ausgabe. - "Enthält die früheste in Europa gedruckte Kunde vom Kaffee und eine Fülle von Beobachtungen, die Rauwolf als einen namhaften Arzt und Botaniker kennzeichnen" (Mueller). - "Highly influential travel account by the learned Augsburg physician and botanist who journeyed to Jerusalem in the yeras 1573 to 1576. The 8th chapter of part I contains the celebrated description of the coffee drink and of the coffee berry [.] Rauwolf's account of coffee as a social drink of the East is thought to be the earliest in a printed book [.] His book became the prime source on the subject of coffee for the reports of later western travelles to the Orient who usually copied from it, adding their own experiences [.] Rauwolf was the first modern botanist to collect and describe the preparation and consumption of coffee" (Hünersdorff/Hasenkamp). - 1583 erschien eine zweite Auflage, die noch um einen illustrierten vierten Teil vermehrt wurde. - Rauwolf (um 1540-1596) studierte in Wittenberg und Montpellier und praktizierte in Aichach und Kempten bevor er 1571 in seiner Heimatstadt Augsburg als Stadtphysicus angestellt wurde. Seine Orientreise unternahm er im Auftrag Melchior Manlichs d. Ä. "Als überzeugter Protestant gehörte R. zu den Gegnern des Augsburger Rates im Streit um die Einführung des Gregorianischen Kalenders und das Berufungsrecht der ev. Prediger und wurde daher 1588 seines Amtes als Stadtarzt enthoben" (NDB XXI, 2 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Christian Strobel (VDA/ILAB) [Irsee, Germany]
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2018-06-29 06:37:40
CATULLUS, TIBULLUS, PROPERTIUS.
Antwerpen, Aegidium Radaeum, 1582. 8vo. Contemp. full vellum. browning and some soiling to spine and covers. Some cracking of vellum at first hinge, but still firm and not loosing. Ms title on spine. (12),274,(1 blank),192,(6),(1 blank),240,(8) pp. A few old annotations. Some faint marginal brownspots. Scarce second edition of Scaliger's renowned edition of Catullus (the first 1577)."It must be allowed, says Sillig., that Scaliger, partly by the aid of MSS, and partly by his own divine talent, has often restored the true reading of Catullus, so that his merits in regard to that author, should be received with gratitude." (Dibdin I:375).Adams C 1156. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2018-06-25 06:13:57
BIBLE IN ENGLISH. (RHEIMS NEW TESTAMENT)
Rhemes [Rheims]: John Fogny, 1582. FIRST PRINTING IN ENGLISH OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC VERSION OF THE NEW TESTAMENT. 233 x 170 mm. (9 x 6 3/4"). 14 p.l., 745, [1] pp., [13] leaves (complete). FIRST PRINTING IN ENGLISH OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC VERSION OF THE NEW TESTAMENT. Contemporary calf, rebacked to style, new endpapers. In a fleece-lined brown cloth drop-back box with paper title label. Woodcut headpieces and tailpieces, decorative and historiated initials. Front pastedown with portions of early owner inscription; tail margin of a2 with early ink annotation regarding the Puritan divine William Fulke's refutation of the Rheims New Testament. Darlow & Moule 134; Herbert 177; STC 2884. Boards a bit rubbed and with small traces of insect activity, first two quires and last quire a little soiled, with minor marginal repairs (not affecting text), and mounted on stubs, three quires with faint dampstain to lower third of leaves, occasional minor ink stains, mild browning, or light foxing, otherwise an excellent complete copy, generally clean and fresh, in a sound, carefully restored binding. This first printing of the Roman Catholic version of the New Testament in English is notable for the beauty of the translation that Herbert notes "exerted a very considerable influence on the [King James] version, transmitting to it . . . numerous distinctive phrases and turns of expression" and for the scathing partisan commentary that reveals the anger and intolerance infecting the religious controversies of the day, leading to bloodshed and atrocities on both sides. This New Testament was … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2018-06-23 10:58:24
Argote de Molina, Gonzalo; [Alfonso XI of Castile]; [Gomez de Tapia, Luys]
Andrea Pescioni, Sevilla, 1582. First edition. With 35 woodcut illustrations, some recurring. Decorated with heraldic woodcut on the title page, numerous woodcut initials and a tailpiece, and woodcut printer's devices on 4 4 and on the last leaf. Text printed in two columns. In 19th century, empire style, red morocco binding, lavishly stamped in gilt and blind, signed on the spine (Durand). The blind stamped panels are decorated with large, gilt, oval ornament in the centre, and ruled with an inner floral and geometric blind frame and a thin gilt frame. Spine with five raised bands, four of the compartments are richly gilt with floral ornamentation, and two are lettered in gilt. Inner edges of the panels and the edges of the book are also gilt. With marbled endpapers. Collation: (?)6, 8, 2 -3 6, 4 4, A6, B-L8, M5; ff: (1 [title, verso blank]), (5), 25 [i.e. 23: 1-13, 9, 17-25], (1 [with woodcut printer's device]), First edition of the first Spanish book on hunting, with thirty-five woodcut illustrations, three of them representing hunting scenes in the Americas. Libro, de la Monteria is the first Spanish book on hunting, and also the earliest about hunting in the Americas. The core of the text was written in the 14th century by the commission of Alfonso XI of Castile (1310-1350). The present book is the first printed edition of it, which is considerably enlarged by the editor Gonzalo Argote de Molina (1548-1596), the Spanish humanist writer and historian. Argote de Molina added the section "Discurso" to the book, which - among other parts - contains a pastoral eclogue by Lu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Földvári Books [Budapest, Hungary]
2018-05-24 11:47:22
Vincentio Obsopoeo Germano; Matthaei Delij; D. Sebastiani Hamaxurgi
Frankfurt: Francoforti ad Moenum, 1582. Francoforti ad Moenum, Frankfurt, 1582. Early Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Title: De arte bibendi libri tres, autore Vincentio Obsopoeo Germano. Quibus adiunximus De arte iocandi libros quatuor Matthaei Delij Hamburgiensis, cum luculenta in eosdem praefatione ; D. Sebastiani Hamaxurgi apud fontes salutares frumentatoris, hexastichon. (The Art of Drinking and the Art of Joking). Leather blind-printed covers with linen covering only on spline, covers are well-rubbed with worn corners. There are splits on the front and rear hinges at both the head and base of the spine, cut red blocks. Sound internal binding with brown end-papers with bookplate (Samuel Bradshaw) on inside front cover. Red and black title-page is damaged on lower leading edge and corner, is well-rubbed leading to the loss of small areas of text and has been re-backed. Initial pages before the Praefatio are a little darkened and there is a sort tear and crease in the upper corner of the margin of the first page of the Paraefatio, pages are otherwise clean and free from tears but there is some very light transference of the red from the blocks onto occasional pages. The last short piece "In Ebrietatem" which follows the fourth book of De Arte Iocandi may have a page(s) missing as there is a trailing word (Vta) at the end, the last two lines are "Sic armis illud vestris circundate monstrum, Caedeq prostrata tingite tela ferae". The page facing this has a reverse image of part of a handwritten document with an apparent renaissance signature. Text is … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bailgate Books Ltd [Doncaster, United Kingdom]
2018-05-20 05:54:14
Sprenger, Jacob and Heinrich Institoris and Joannes Nider
Frankfurt: Nicolai Bassaei, 1582. Pigskin. Very good. 8vo. (16),806,(36)pp. Index. First volume of 2 (see below). Printer's device on title and verso of final leaf. The small woodcut initials throughout colored in red. Bound in original roll-tooled pigskin with a large central stamp on both covers. A dated binding. Front cover stamped "W, M. D. W." and "1583" in red. Pigskin a bit soiled. Later manuscript notes on front endleaves. This is volume 1 only, which consists of Sprenger's MALLEUS MALEFICARUM one of the key source books on sorcery and witches, Institoris' writing on the Inquisition, and Nider's "Liber Insignis de Maleficis." The second volume, not present, contained 7 miscellaneous occult treatises on magic, exorcism, owls and prophecies. See Caillet 7056. VD16 M399 (under title).
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. [US]
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2018-05-18 19:43:20
Hund, Wiguleus
David Sartor, Ingolstadt, 1582. First edition of this important work on Bavaria and northern Italy, covering the history of churches and monasteries in that region including Freising, Regensburg, Passau and Brixen. Adams H-1161. Folio, bound in contemporary vellum using a manuscript leaf, 168 leaves. Woodcut vignette on title. In excellent condition with some soiling and browning. Born in 1514, Bavarian historian and statesman Wiguleus Hund played an important role in the development of Bavarian policy throughout the mid 14th century, particularly in the establishment of the Landsberger Bund in 1556 which created a covenant between Duke Albrecht V of Bavaria, King Ferdinand Archduke of Austria, and the archbishopric of Salzburg. Early in his career as a historian, Hund discovered an early copy of the medieval hero epic Nibelungenlied, or Pruenner Codex, at the castle Prunn in Altmuhltal which would later be regarded as the national epic of the Germans. Hund published several works on the history of Bavarian nobility later in his career including Metropolis Salisburgensis and Bayrisch Stammen-Books I-III. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
2018-05-18 06:35:05
BODIN (JEAN)
1582. 4to, vélin de l'époque, trace de lacets. Deuxième édition, très rare. C'est dans ce fameux et virulent traité que Bodin développa pour la première fois la notion de pacte avec le diable et exprima son souhait de bruler lui-même des sorciers par centaines. On y trouve des descriptions particulièrement détaillées d'histoires de sorciers, la description d'un exorcisme public réalisé à Paris en 1552, un rapport sur les lycanthropes dans le Pays de Savoie, une description du cas d'une abbesse ayant confessé des relations sexuelles avec le diable trente ans durant etc... Bon exemplaire en reliure du temps. Brunet, I, 1025; Tchmerzine I, 721 Français
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookseller Oslo Rare Books [NO]
2018-05-15 06:02:37
AGRIPPA (Henricus Cornelius).
(Genève), Jean Durand, 1582. in-8. 8ff. 551pp. Plein veau glacé, dos à nerfs joliment orné aux petits fers, pièce de titre en maroquin grenat, coupes ornées, tranches mouchetées (reliure du 17e siècle). Edition Originale très rare. Première traduction française de cet ouvrage bien connu du célèbre kabbaliste allemand Henri Corneille Agrippa (1486-1538), qui professa la philosophie dans plusieurs villes d'Europe, fut notamment conseiller de Charles-Quint, et mourut à Grenoble. Des sciences en général, des Lettres, de la Grammaire, de la Poésie, de la Mémoire artificielle, de la Géomantie, des Jeux du hasard, de la Musique, de la Danse ou bal, de l'Astrologie, de la Physionomie de la chiromancie, de la Magie en général, de la Magie naturelle, de la Caballe, de la Métaphysique, des Images, etc. La traduction est due à Louis de Mayerne-Turquet (1550-1618), protestant lyonnais devenu citoyen de Genève, où fut imprimé l'ouvrage. Vignette gravée collée sur le contreplat supérieur avec la devise "Semper Audere" ("Toujours oser") et les initiales J.D. Petites réparations anciennes à l'angle de quelques feuillets d'un même cahier (pp.293-296), et découpure réparée dans le blanc du dernier feuillet, sans atteinte au texte. Bon exemplaire. Manque à Caillet et Dorbon qui ne citent que des éditions postérieures. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-04-24 10:24:24
GUIDETTI, Giovanni Domenico (1532-1592)
Roma, Robert Granjon. In-8° (mm 163x101). Pagine [16], 1-479, [1 bianca], 480-573, [2 bianche]. Collazione: A-Z8 AA-OO8. Bianche le carte HH8v e OO8. Rilegato con oltre 20 carte bianche al termine dell'opera. Interamente stampato in rosso e nero, annotazioni musicali su quattro righe stampate a caratteri mobili. Piccolo strappo al margine inferiore della carta MM3 senza perdita di testo, lieve alone al fascicolo B, fioriture marginali e aloni diffusi, ma nel complesso ottima copia genuina. Lussuosa legatura francese in marocchino rosso, probabilmente realizzata a Lione intorno al 1640, dorso riccamente decorato in oro, cornice in oro ai piatti che racchiude una ricca decorazione sempre in oro al cui interno è impressa l'iniziale 'L' circondata da quattro gigli di Francia (qualche macchia, minime mancanze alle cuffie, cerniere ed angoli un po' danneggiati). Prima edizione estremamente rara dedicata a papa Gregorio XIII. Tutte le edizioni cinquecentesche dell'opera di Guidetti sul canto liturgico (il libro fu ristampato nel 1589 e nel 1591, poi nuovamente nel 1604, 1615, 1619, 1624, 1641, 1665, 1730, e 1737) sono molto rare sul mercato: abbiamo rintracciato solamente un record d'asta per la prima edizione negli ultimi quarant'anni. "This is one of the most important books for the history of church music" (Lathrop Harper, 1970). Tra il 1575 e il 1581 Giudetti collaborò con il proprio maestro Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina e con Annibale Zoilo alla revisione della musica liturgica (graduale e antifonaria), con l'obiettivo di far rivivere il canto gregoriano nella sua integrit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-04-10 09:23:49
GERBI Lorenzo.
Appresso Rosato Tintinnassi, In Orvieto. Prima edizione. Dedicatoria al Boncompagni di Ascanio Giacobacci, curatore dell'edizione. Cm.19,3x13,7. Pg.(12), 320. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Stemma del Buoncompagno, figlio naturale di Papa Gregoprio XIII, impresso al frontespizio. Capilettera e fregi calcografici. Al verso dell'ultima carta marca tipografica con veduta di arbusti, alberi, fuoco, fumo, nuvole e il sole, il tutto in cornice allegorica con il motto "Et caelum terrena petunt". Doppio timbro al frontespizio, uno di biblioteca estinta, l'altro con l'indicazione "duplicato" (con successiva vendita all'asta). Le prime cinque carte e i fogli di guardia sono interessati da bruniture, forellini e antichi restauri. Per un chiaro errore del legatore non è presente il quaderno delle pg.176-184, per il resto esemplare genuino. Alla dedicatoria segue una "Tavola de' ragionamenti et Novelle che nell'opera si contengono". Il presente esemplare proviene dalla vebdita all'asta . Rara edizione originale di un articolato racconto, quasi un romanzo in accezione moderna, composto da Lorenzo Gerbi (San Marcello Pistoiese, 1530-1593), frate francescano, uso ad adoperare due pseudonimi, quello di Evangelista Marcellino e quello, appunto, di Lorenzo Selva. Prendendo dichiarato spunto dalle "Metamorfosi" di Apuleio, il testo narra in forma allegorica le vicissitudini di Acrisio, nato «vicino al fonte onde nasce il Reno», riferendosi alla zona circostante l'altopiano pistoiese delle Piastre. Considerato appunto un antesignano del mode … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
2018-04-10 09:03:42
FERRIER (Auger)
Lyon, Jean de Tournes, 1582. pl. maroquin orangé début XVIIIe, dos lisse orné, encadrement d'un triple filet doré sur les plats, tranches dorées. Rare en maroquin ancien. 3e édition de ce traité d'astrologie très rare dédié à Catherine de Médicis, qui avait fait d'Auger Ferrier son médecin ordinaire en raison de ses connaissances en astrologie. Ses talents en astrologie le firent en effet admettre dans la familiarité des personnages les plus illustres de son temps. Il fut en grande intimité avec Jules César Scaliger, médecin d'Agen, qui n'entreprenait aucune cure sans l'avoir consulté. Cet ouvrage est le premier traité de ce genre qui ne soit pas publié en latin. Il eut un immense succès et P. Christian dans son "homme rouge des tuileries" évoque son retentissement et son influence mais aussi sa rareté déjà au siècle dernier. Caillet n°3879 - Dorbon n°1617 "devenu à peu près introuvable." - Guaïta n° 320 - Thorndike VI. 478. in 16, de 181pp. 5ff. dont 3 figures pour thèmes astrologique à pl. page, un f. de marque et 1 f. blanc, 1 tableau à pleine page,
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [Saint Xandre - La Rochelle, --, France]
2018-04-01 01:35:28
GERBI Lorenzo.
Appresso Rosato Tintinnassi, In Orvieto, 1582. Prima edizione. Dedicatoria al Boncompagni di Ascanio Giacobacci, curatore dell'edizione. Cm.19,3x13,7. Pg.(12), 320. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Stemma del Buoncompagno, figlio naturale di Papa Gregoprio XIII, impresso al frontespizio. Capilettera e fregi calcografici. Al verso dell'ultima carta marca tipografica con veduta di arbusti, alberi, fuoco, fumo, nuvole e il sole, il tutto in cornice allegorica con il motto "Et caelum terrena petunt". Doppio timbro al frontespizio, uno di biblioteca estinta, l'altro con l'indicazione "duplicato" (con successiva vendita all'asta). Le prime cinque carte e i fogli di guardia sono interessati da bruniture, forellini e antichi restauri. Per un chiaro errore del legatore non è presente il quaderno delle pg.176-184, per il resto esemplare genuino. Alla dedicatoria segue una "Tavola de' ragionamenti et Novelle che nell'opera si contengono". Il presente esemplare proviene dalla vendita all'asta. Rara edizione originale di un articolato racconto, quasi un romanzo in accezione moderna, composto da Lorenzo Gerbi (San Marcello Pistoiese, 1530-1593), frate francescano, uso ad adoperare due pseudonimi, quello di Evangelista Marcellino e quello, appunto, di Lorenzo Selva. Prendendo dichiarato spunto dalle "Metamorfosi" di Apuleio, il testo narra in forma allegorica le vicissitudini di Acrisio, nato «vicino al fonte onde nasce il Reno», riferendosi alla zona circostante l'altopiano pistoiese delle Piastre. Considerato appunto un antesignano del … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
2018-03-27 19:55:06
MONTAIGNE Michel de
8vo (150 x 95mm.) [8], 806, [2] pp. French late 19th century green morocco, spine lettered in gilt, inner edges gilt, g.e. Second edition of one of the most famous books printed in the sixteenth century. The history of the early editions of Montaigne?s Essais is not straightforward. The early editions of the Essais are like the first three editions of Newton; they are all ?substantive?, i.e. they rewrite the text. The work acquires strength as it proceeds. But whereas in the case of the Principia, the rewrite consists of small additions or refinements, albeit important ones, with Montaigne the text only attains its full, but by no means final form, in the edition of 1588. The first edition, which appeared on 1 March 1580, is almost a trial run, the second edition being massively enlarged and improved. Both consist of two books only, and were printed in Bordeaux by Millanges. The second edition was published the year after Montaigne?s return from his tour abroad, mostly in Italy, which lasted from September 1580 until the very end of November 1581. It has 408 leaves (pp. [8], 806, [2]) with 30 lines to a full page plus headline. Catchwords are on the versos of each leaf (and occasionally on the rectos). The individual chapters are numbered in Roman numerals. The sonnets of La Boétie are not so well laid out, one indeed beginning with the first line on one page and the remainder on the verso. Sonnet 29 is printed on its own on p. [294]. It is however a vast improvement on the 1580 edition although there is still a list of corrigenda (in 2 columns), which (in the copy here off … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-25 06:26:05
BOURCHIER, Thomas [with] LEYDANUS, Florentius
Wolfgang Eder. FIRST EDITION of the second. 12mo. two works in one ff. [x] 178 [ii] : pp. 95 [i]. Roman and Italic letter. Woodcut printer's device on first t-p, small woodcut initials, woodcut and typographical ornaments, "Hic liber est B. Fratris Balthasari heillingmaris in obernaltach" in early hand on pastedown, "Monasterii obernaltain" on t-p. Light age yellowing, cropped a little close at outer margin shaving side notes in places, light occasional waterstaining, round library stamp to t-p. A very good copy in a charming South German? binding of half calf over boards using ms leaf from a C15th Bible [Mathew 21:15 on lower cover], calf blind ruled with decorative scroll, spine with blind ruled raised bands, headband worn, a little rubbed, small hole in lower cover edges blue. Very rare first edition of Florens van Leiden's work on Catholic martyrs in Belgium bound with the second edition, published a year after the first, of Thomas Bourchier's description of Catholic Martyrs under Henry VIII and under Elisabeth I. "Bourchier was probably educated at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, but there is no record of his having graduated in that university. When Queen Mary attempted to re-establish the friars in England, Bourchier became a member of the new convent at Greenwich; but on the queen's death he left the country. After spending some years in Paris, where the theological faculty of the Sorbonne conferred on him the degree of doctor, he travelled to Rome. He at first joined the convent of the Reformed Franciscans at the church of S. Maria di Ara Coeli, and taught at Genoa and Turi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-03-22 06:11:40
Il calendario Gregoriano perpetuo.
Venedig Sessa. (15,5 x 10,5 cm). 38 num., 10 (1w) nn. Bll. Mit großem Holzschnitt-Porträt auf dem Titel. Moderner flexibler Pergamentband. Eine von vier im Jahr der Kalenderreform erschienenen Ausgaben. "Publication officielle au sujet du calendrier réformé" (H.-L., gibt als Autor A. Lilio an). Der Band enthält den Text des päpstlichen Erlasses und das Privileg des Papstes für den Drucker, die Jahreskorrektur von 1582 und Anweisungen für den Fall, dass 1582 nicht umgestellt werden könnte ebenso wie verschiedene Kalendertabellen u.a. zu den Sonnenzyklen und den beweglichen Festen wie z.B. dem Osterfest. Das Porträt zeigt Gregor den XIII. - Vereinzelt gering fleckig, Titel angefalzt und mit hinterlegtem unteren Rand. Ein Blatt mit kleinem Eckabriss (ohne Textverlust). Insgesamt wohlerhalten. - EDIT16 CNCE 11276; Houzeau-Lancaster 13771
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
2018-03-22 01:11:44
PARÉ, Ambroise
Paris, Gabriel Buon, 1582. In-4 de (16) ff., 75 ff, Daim fauve, double encadrement de deux filets, dos à nerfs, étiquette au dos, reliure moderne à l imitation des reliures du XVIe siècle ; angle supérieur de quelques feuillets restaurés et marge latérale du feuillet final découpé sans atteinte au texte, mouillures marginales. 224 x 165 mm. RARE EDITION ORIGINALE D AMBROISE PARE ET LE DERNIER DE SES LIVRES IMPORTANTS, RELIE SANS LE PORTRAIT DE L AUTEUR. Adams, P-316 ; Brun, p.267 ; Brunet, IV, 366 ; J. Doe, n° 24 ; Tchemerzine V, 39. Elle est ornée de 12 gravures sur bois en premier tirage dont six à pleine page représentant licornes, rhinocéros, éléphants et autres animaux fabuleux. Very rare first edition of Paré s tract against ancient medicine, denouncing empirical practices and illustrated with 12 beautiful woodcuts. Ce recueil marque la fin du mythe de la licorne, qui perdurait depuis le début du Moyen-Age. EXEMPLAIRE NON LAVE, A BELLES MARGES. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Amélie Sourget [paris, France]
2018-03-21 14:55:43
BODIN, Jean
Lyon and Paris: Jaques du Puys, 1582. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (329 x 212 mm). [8], 779 [1], 60 pp. Title with large engraved device, ornamental and historiated headpieces and initials, index bound at end. 17th-century French mottled calf, spine with 5 raised bands, gilt lettering and gilt decoration; red-sprinkled edges (binding rubbed, upper hinge partially split but cords holding firm, spine ends and corners worn). A crisp and clean copy internally with only very little even browning, occasional faint ink annotations and text markings in contemporary hand, a few pages with light dampstain at top gutter. Provenance: Jacq. Segers (Dutch address sticker to first flyleaf), shaved old signature to top title with a second line motto "audio, fero, spero" preserved, a loosely inserted contemporary manuscript leaf mentions Zeelst Merefelthoven, which is a Dutch province of North Brabant, assuming that our copy has been in a private Dutch collection for long time. An exceptionally fresh copy in untouched binding. ---- Adams B2228; PMM 94 (first French edition). FIRST LATIN EDITION of Bodin's most significant work The Six Books of the Commonwealth (Les Six livres de la République) first published in French in 1576, which represents the summation of legal and political thought of the French Renaissance. It is "the first modern attempt to create a complete system of political science. Its basis was the Politics of Aristotle .., and it was through Bodin that Aristotle's work came to exercise the influence on modern political thinking which has made him … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2018-03-21 00:00:28
BODIN, Jean
Jaques du Puys, Lyon and Paris, 1582. Folio (329 x 212 mm). [8], 779 [1], 60 pp. Title with large engraved device, ornamental and historiated headpieces and initials, index bound at end. 17th-century French mottled calf, spine with 5 raised bands, gilt lettering and gilt decoration; red-sprinkled edges (binding rubbed, upper hinge partially split but cords holding firm, spine ends and corners worn). A crisp and clean copy internally with only very little even browning, occasional faint ink annotations and text markings in contemporary hand, a few pages with light dampstain at top gutter. Provenance: Jacq. Segers (Dutch address sticker to first flyleaf), shaved old signature to top title with a second line motto "audio, fero, spero" preserved, a loosely inserted contemporary manuscript leaf mentions Zeelst Merefelthoven, which is a Dutch province of North Brabant, assuming that our copy has been in a private Dutch collection for long time. An exceptionally fresh copy in untouched binding. ---- Adams B2228; PMM 94 (first French edition). FIRST LATIN EDITION of Bodin's most significant work The Six Books of the Commonwealth (Les Six livres de la République) first published in French in 1576, which represents the summation of legal and political thought of the French Renaissance. It is "the first modern attempt to create a complete system of political science. Its basis was the Politics of Aristotle ., and it was through Bodin that Aristotle's work came to exercise the influence on modern political thinking which has made him the father of modern democracy. Bodin was not conten … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2018-03-19 09:08:03
SANSOVINO Francesco.
Salicato, 1582. gr. vol. in-4 antico, ccnn 8, cc 504, leg. perg. molle coeva con tit. mss al d. Tracce di legacci. Marca tipogr. al front. Con incis. in legno n.t. raff. costumi dei Turchi. Celebre e fondamentale opera storica dell'umanista e letterato F. Sansovino (1521-1586). Legg. consunta la perg., ma bell'esempl. a larghi margini. [326]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Scriptorium [IT]
2018-03-18 18:22:01
MONTAIGNE Michel de
8vo (150 x 95mm.) [8], 806, [2] pp. French late 19th century green morocco, spine lettered in gilt, inner edges gilt, g.e.
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2018-03-16 21:22:04
Jules César ; Blaise de Vigenère
Paris, Nicolas Chesneau, 1582 (1581 al colophon). In 4° (cm 17 x 23); legatura coeva, del terzo quarto del secolo XVI, in piena pelle marrone, abilmente restaurata, dorso rifatto con cinque nervi rilevati, piatti delimitati da cornice di filetto dorato, al centro dello specchio spicca medaglione ovale con decorazioni in oro a volute di filetti e fogliate, disposte simmetricamente così da circoscrivere altro minuscolo ovale vuoto al centro; dorso rifatto in pelle marrone a 5 nervi rilevati; pp (32), 388, (1), 389-659, (67); grande impresa al front. del Chesneau; frontespizio restaurato con applicazione di velina al verso per integrare mancanza di cm 7 x 4 circa, piccola perdita di testo nel Privilegio al verso della carta, minuscoli tarli a sette cc iniziali. In testa al frontespizio, firma di François Caron d'Annonay, della celebre dinastia di medici dei secoli XVI e XVII. Due ritratti a piena pagina entro ovali di Giulio Cesare e Enrico III, quest'ultimo datato MDLXXXI, carta geografica a piena pagina della Gallia, con le città di Verona, Genua, Mediolanum, e il "Padus flu."; diciotto incisioni silografiche n. t., di cui tre a piena pagina; due raffigurano le città di Alesia (Alise) e Uxellodunum (Cadenac en Quercy), quest'ultima assai animata, ; particolari di fortificazioni illustrate con dovizia di dettagli tecnici e didascalie; schemi geometrici delle mura a scacchiere eretti dai Galli; e poi l'uro, l'alce, il bisonte, e il favoloso Unicorno, bizzarro bestiario che popola la "Selva Ercinia"; l'A. si ispira per le descrizioni degli animali ai "Commentarii della Moscovia … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Bosio Giovanni [IT]
2018-03-16 15:28:39
PINDAR (LE SUEUR, Nicolas)
PINDARUS (Le Sueur, Nicolas, Tr.). Opera omnia, videlicet, Olympia, Pythia, Nemea, et Isthmia Paris, Ex officina Federici Morelli Typographi Regij, 1582. £4850 8vo, ff. (viii) 36, 50, 77 (iii), *8 A-I4 A-M4 N2 A-S4 T8. Italic and Roman letter, a little Greek. Each ode with title-page, of which only the Nemean bears the printer’s device (a fountain). Woodcut headpieces and decorated initials. Ownership inscription on verso of rear flyleaf: “Ex libris P. Clerici 10 Jul. 1655”; C19th handwriting: “rare” on t-p and extensive notes on verso of front endpaper: “une inscription placée à l’avant-dernière garde constate que ce charmant volume a appartenu à P. de Clerc, le savant commentateur du XVII° siècle”; beneath, a long passage by the same hand reports Abel-François Villemain’s judgment on the translator of this book, Le Sueur, plus two Greek couplets written by him in praise and imitation of Pindar; on the side, in vertical, a French bookseller label. Light marginal browning throughout, occasional underlining and marginalia in red, blue, and black ink, or pencil. In late C19th brown morocco and paper over boards, gilt-tooled title to spine and marbled pastedowns, a.e.r. A fine copy. This beautiful edition of Pindar’s Odes was translated into Latin by Nicolas Le Sueur (Nicolaus Sodorius), who presided over the Inquisition of Paris, as one can gather from the title-page. According to the C19th politician and writer Abel-François Villemain, Le Sueur was a magistrate within the Parliament of Paris, whose Latin translation of Pindar shows great eloquence and linguistic skills. Le S … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-13 06:29:47
Ambrogio BRAMBILLA
Magnifico esemplare della seconda edizione della rarissima pianta archeologica incisa da Ambrogio Brambilla per l'editore Claudio Duchetti. Esemplare di secondo stato, con indirizzo di Giovanni Orlandi e la data 1602. Descrizione tratta da S. Bifolco- F. Ronca, "Cartografia e Topografia Italiana del XVI secolo. Catalogo ragionato delle opere a stampa" che sarà pubblicato nel 2018. Titolo & iscrizioni A sinistra al centro Atiquae Urbis perfecta imago accuratissime delineata, iuxsta antiqua vestigia Ambrosius Brambilla pictor in banc formam reduxit, et aeneis tijpis incidit: Anno Domini 1582. A destra in basso in un cartiglio legenda numerica di 100 rimandi a luoghi e monumenti notabili, distribuita su tre colonne, cui segue CLAUDII DUCHETI FORMIS ROMAE MDLXXXII. Orientazione nei quattro lati al centro con il nome dei punti cardinali SEPTENTRIO, MERIDIES, ORIENS, OCCIDENS, il nord a sinistra. Carta priva di scala grafica. Acquaforte e bulino, dimensioni mm 380x484. Pianta archeologica a proiezione verticale con elevazione dei soli monumenti antichi, incisa da Ambrogio Brambilla per l’editore Claudio Duchetti. Si tratta di una fedele replica della pianta del Duperac-Lafreri del 1573. Con la divisione ereditaria della tipografia Lafreri del 1581, la lastra incisa da Duperaca viene in possesso di Stefano Duchetti, come risulta nell’inventario del 1581 (n. 31) dove è descritta come "Roma con li monti dif.o Imperaiale". Da qui probabilmente nasce l’esigenza per Claudio Duchetti di far incidere una nuova lastra che rappresenti la pianta archeologica di Roma. Il Brambilla implementa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2018-03-11 02:59:38
Alessandro Canobbio
in Roma per Francesco Zanetti, e ristampata in Firenze per il Sermartelli, 1582. 16 p. in-12°
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-03-08 01:30:47
BODIN (JEAN)
1582. 4to, contemporary leap vellum, evidences of previous straps. Second edition, very rare, of Bondin's famous Of the Demon-mania of the Sorcerers. Perhaps the most comprehensive and striking description of witchcraft and its repression by state and religious authorities during the 16th century, Bodin was instrumental in elaborating the influential concept of "pact witchcraft" based on a deal with the Devil. He wrote in extreme terms about procedures in sorcery trials, opposing the normal safeguards of justice and arguing in favor torturing and burning sorcerers by the hundreds. His treatise also relates in great details histories of sorcerers, accounts of werewolves in Savoie, gives report of a 1552 public exorcism in Paris, discusses the case of Magdalena de la Cruz who had confessed to sexual relations with the Devil over three decades etc... Very good specimen , in a pure condition and contemporary binding. Brunet, I, 1025; Tchmerzine I, 721 Français
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookseller Oslo Rare Books [NO]
2018-03-05 01:34:02
PARE, Ambroise (1510-1590).
Parisiis,: Apud Iacobvm Dv-pvys, 1582., 1582. Folio in sixes (351 x 208 mm) [12], 884, [22] pp. Collated complete: ã6, A-Z6, Aa-Zz6, AA-ZZ6, AAa-DDd6, EEe4, FFf-GGg6, index, errata leaf, woodcut of Pare, aged sixty-eight, on verso of a4, 362 woodcuts; lightly foxed, title-page and 2 ff. following re-margined, a few repairs, not affecting text or images, some damp-staining, occasional early in k underlining and marginal notes showing early evidence of reading the text. Contemporary limp full vellum, m.s. spine title. Very good. FIRST LATIN EDITION; third edition overall. "No third French edition appears to have been published, its place supposedly being taken by the first Latin translation in 1582... This, the first Latin edition, has been long regarded as taking the place of a third French edition, since no third has ever been found and since this one lies between the second, 1579, and the fourth, 1585, edition of the Oeuvres... I think we can take it as conclusive that the 1582 Opera represented to Pare his third edition. It must at least have been planned as early as 1577, when he failed to include, among those he gave to Viart as a wedding gift, the books which were still to be published 'as well in Latin as in French'" [Doe]. "The reputed translator-editor, Jacques Guillemeau, was an excellent classical scholar and the lifelong friend of Pare... But although Pare's Opera is known as Guillemeau's translation, and is so indicated on the title-page, it was in reality the work of someone else, unidentified, Guillemeau states, in his dedication to Miron, that the translati … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2018-03-04 20:33:20
[Du Fouilloux, Jacques, et al.].
1582. Folio. 2 parts. (4), 73, (1) pp. 103, (1) pp. 92, (2), 20 ff. With two title-pages (the first printed in red and black), the first illustrated with a woodcut hunting scene and the second with a woodcut of a falconer, with his equipment, hawks and hounds; 172 attractive woodcuts, mostly after Jost Amman, a few signed with the initials of Christoph Maurer, Ludwig Frig, and the unidentified M.B. and H.S.; and two different large printer's devices. All illustrations beautifully coloured by a contemporary hand. (Bound with) II: The same. New Jägerbuch: [...]. (Includes): Clamorgan, Jean de. Wolfsjagt. Strasbourg, Bernhard Jobin, 1590. 2 parts. With two title-pages, each with a woodcut illustration, the first showing a dedicational sculpture, and the second a hunting scene, and 69 attractive woodcuts by Tobias Stimmer and Christophe Maurer. All illustrations beautifully coloured by a contemporary hand. 2 works (both in 2 parts) in 1 volume. Near contemporary gold- and blind-tooled calf over wooden boards, with the years "1607" and "1629" on the front board together with the title "Jager buch" and the initials "B.V.", brass corner pieces, brass catches and anchors and traces of strap fastenings. I: First edition of this German adaptation of Du Fouilloux's charmingly illustrated classic on hunting, "La venerie" (first published ca. 1560), with attractive, newly cut illustrations by the celebrated woodcut artist Jost Amman (1539-91). All illustrations are beautifully coloured by a contemporary hand, apparently by the first owner of the book: the German painter Sebastian Schede … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2018-03-02 11:15:05
GIOVANNI BOCCACCIO
casa editrice: NELLA STAMPERIA DE' GIUNTI anno: 1582 città: FIRENZE. LEGATURA SETTECENTESCA IN MEZZA PELLE MARRONE CON TASSELLO TITOLI CON SCRITTE E FREGI IN ORO AL DORSO, PIATTI MARMORIZZATI. AL FRONTESPIZIO INCISIONE CON GIGLIO DI FIRENZE SORRETTO DA DUE PUTTI. MOLTO BELLI I CAPILETTERA numero pagine: 32 INIZIALI + 585 + 76 formato: 22.1X16.2 stato conservazione: DISCRETO, ALONI AL MARGINE PER LE PRIME PAGINE, E ALONI ALL'AGGIUNTA DEL VOLUME (PROEMIO) ALLA FINE. QUALCHE FORO DI TARLO AI MARGINI E RARE MACCHIOLINE edizione: SECONDA
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria e antichità Onofri [Roma, RM, Italy]
2018-03-02 11:15:04
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni.
Printer's woodcut device on title, large historiated woodcut initials, a different printer's device on last leaf. In Italics. 16 leaves, 585 pp., (1), (38) leaves. 4to (c. 210 x 145 mm). 18th century half calf (rep.). Florence, Filippo & Iacopo Giunti, October 1582. An important edition of this classic of Italian literature by Giovanni Boccaccio (1331-1375). This literary ten-day odyssey became the emblem of creative expression in the Italian Renaissance about the human experience, its nature and psyche. Boccaccio's epic is edited here by Leonardo Salviati (1540-1589), a Florentine nobleman, who was a founder member of the Accademia della Crusca. Its avowed aim was to uphold the purity of the Tuscan language as it had been in the fourteenth century. The Accademia Florentina, founded in 1540, was dedicated to the same purpose and Salviati was active in both bodies. In 1584 Salviati published his "Degli Avvertimenti della Lingua sopra il Decamerone", a detailed discussion about the language used by Boccaccio. In this edition of the Decameron Salviati returned to the old texts, and dedicated the work to Jacopo Buoncompagni, one of his patrons. The text includes many beautiful historiated initials. - A very well printed and rare edition. - Ind. Aur. 120.402; Adams B-2158; STC (Italian), 110; Brunet I, 1002; Gamba, Serie dei testi di lingua, p. 59, no. 181. LITERATURE:ITALIAN ; EROTICA ; GRAPHIC ARTS:GIUNTA ;
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2018-03-02 11:12:04
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni.
Printer's woodcut device on title, large historiated woodcut initials, a different printer's device on last leaf. In Italics. 16 leaves, 585 pp., (1), (38) leaves. 4to (c. 210 x 145 mm). 18th century half calf (rep.). Florence, Filippo & Iacopo Giunti, October 1582. An important edition of this classic of Italian literature by Giovanni Boccaccio (1331-1375). This literary ten-day odyssey became the emblem of creative expression in the Italian Renaissance about the human experience, its nature and psyche. Boccaccio's epic is edited here by Leonardo Salviati (1540-1589), a Florentine nobleman, who was a founder member of the Accademia della Crusca. Its avowed aim was to uphold the purity of the Tuscan language as it had been in the fourteenth century. The Accademia Florentina, founded in 1540, was dedicated to the same purpose and Salviati was active in both bodies. In 1584 Salviati published his "Degli Avvertimenti della Lingua sopra il Decamerone", a detailed discussion about the language used by Boccaccio. In this edition of the Decameron Salviati returned to the old texts, and dedicated the work to Jacopo Buoncompagni, one of his patrons. The text includes many beautiful historiated initials. - A very well printed and rare edition. - Ind. Aur. 120.402; Adams B-2158; STC (Italian), 110; Brunet I, 1002; Gamba, Serie dei testi di lingua, p. 59, no. 181. LITERATURE:ITALIAN ; EROTICA ; GRAPHIC ARTS:GIUNTA ;
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2018-03-02 11:12:04
GIOVANNI BOCCACCIO
casa editrice: NELLA STAMPERIA DE' GIUNTI anno: 1582 città: FIRENZE. LEGATURA SETTECENTESCA IN MEZZA PELLE MARRONE CON TASSELLO TITOLI CON SCRITTE E FREGI IN ORO AL DORSO, PIATTI MARMORIZZATI. AL FRONTESPIZIO INCISIONE CON GIGLIO DI FIRENZE SORRETTO DA DUE PUTTI. MOLTO BELLI I CAPILETTERA numero pagine: 32 INIZIALI + 585 + 76 formato: 22.1X16.2 stato conservazione: DISCRETO, ALONI AL MARGINE PER LE PRIME PAGINE, E ALONI ALL'AGGIUNTA DEL VOLUME (PROEMIO) ALLA FINE. QUALCHE FORO DI TARLO AI MARGINI E RARE MACCHIOLINE edizione: SECONDA
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria e antichità Onofri [Roma, RM, Italy]
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