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2017-10-10 19:33:40
Lopes de Castanheda, Fernao:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2017-10-09 19:54:02
PARE, Ambroise (1510-1590).
Apud Iacobvm Dv-pvys, 1582., Parisiis. 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 ã4, 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 translatio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA [Carlsbad, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-10-08 18:33:19
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni.
Florence, Filippo & Iacopo Giunti, October 1582. 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]
2017-10-08 18:33:08
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 [Italy]
2017-10-07 15:01:17
KOMULOVIC (Alexandre)]
- Dottrina Christiana per la Natione illirica nelle propria lingua. Roma, Francesco Zanetti, 1582, 2 ouvrages en 1 vol. petit in-8, vélin ivoire souple à recouvrement, dos lisse avec trace de titre manuscrit, lacets, menus défauts int., un lacet manquant. 126 pp. et 1 f.n.ch., avec un frontispice gravé au verso de la page de titre. Édition originale du premier catéchisme catholique édité en langue "illyrique". Rare. 2 exemplaires seulement au Worldcat. Alexandre Komulovic (1548-1608), natif de Spalato (actuelle Croatie) avait été admis en 1576 dans la Confrérie de Saint Girolamo près l'Hospice des Illyriens. Passé en 1580 au service du cardinal Giulio Santori, responsable des relations avec les églises orientales et protecteur de l'Illyrie, il sera nommé par le pape Grégoire XIII "visiteur apostolique de l'Église latine dans la péninsule des Balkans". C'est ainsi qu'on lui doit ce premier catéchisme en langue croate. L'oeuvre, proposée par Santori au pape Grégoire XIII lors d'une audience de novembre 1579, ne reçut pas l'approbation du Saint Père qui préféra consulter l'évêché de Dalmatie. Celui-ci optera pour le Catéchisme de Canisio, publié en 1583 dans la traduction de S. Budinic [Simon Budineo], imprimée en caractères latins et cyrilliques. Les frais d'impression du catéchisme de Komulovic furent supportés par la Confrérie de San Girolamo qui confia dans le même temps à Zanetti l'impression de la traduction du Breve directorium. du Jésuite J. A. Polanco, réalisée par le même Budinic. Relié avec (en tête de volume): [Simon BUDINEO]. Ispravniich za erei ispovidniici i za … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [France]
2017-10-05 18:06:23
PARE' Ambroise (ca. 1510-150)
IACOBUM DUPUYS, PARIS 1582 - Legatura antica in piena pergamena; al dorso, autore e tiolo anticamnete manoscritti, monogramma PB manoscritto in epoca recente e piccolo tassello in pelle moderna con monogramma PB in oro; al contropiatto anteriore, doppio ex-libris della biblioteca di Piergiorgio Borio; carte di guardia anteriori sostituite con carte antiche.12 pagine non numerate, compresi il frontespizio con titolo e bella scena della samaritana al pozzo, quest'ultimo realizzato in una elegante sruttura architettonica, e, alla pagina 8, grande ritratto silografico di Paré con versi sottostanti; 884 pagine numerate; alle pagine 869 e 872, ampi ritratti silografici di Hyppocrate e Galeno; 22 pagine non numerate di indici; 2 pagine bianche. Testo in latino, all'interno, numerosissime incisioni silografiche raffiguranti animali, particolari anatomici, fasciature e protesi, strumenti chirurgici, operazioni, persone e animali mostruosi etc., molto interessante, ad esempio, il testo e la relativa illustrazione sull'invenzione di Parè di una mano artificiale mossa da congegni meccanici che permettevano l'articolazione delle dita artificiali e ai cavalieri che ne erano dotati di afferrare le briglie del loro cavallo. Terza edizione in assoluto, la prima a Parigi nel 1575 e prima rara edizione latina della celebre opera di Paré, contenente oltre al suo trattato più celebre sulla chirurgia anche altri importanti trattati: sono ben 26 i titoli che compongono l'opera; tra questi citiamo: De humani corporis anatome; De contusionibus et gangraenis; De arthritide, De lue vene … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [Italy]
2017-10-02 15:28:57
Zürich. Stadtplan. Ansicht der Stadt - ZÜRICH - Braun, Georg und Franz Hogenberg.
Köln, aus Braun-Hogenberg's Städtebuch "Civitates Orbis Terrarum", (ca. 1582). - Bildgrösse: 36,3x48,5 cm. Blattgrösse: 40,8x53m5 cm. Kupferstich mit zeitgenössischem Kolorit, verso lateinischer Text. Frans Hogenberg (1535 Mecheln - 1590 Köln) Kupferstecher und Radierer von Landkarten und Städteansichten und Georg Braun (1541 Köln - 1622) Geograph und Verleger, gaben zusammen den ersten umfassenden Atlas mit Plänen und Ansichten von Städten aus aller Welt heraus. Die Sammlung 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum' erschien 1572-1618 in 6 Bänden mit ca. 500 Kupferstichen. - (Seitenränder sauber mit Papier hinterlegt. Kleiner Einriss (ca. 2 cm) am Plattenrand oben rechts. Ränder ausserhalb der Platte etwas fleckig). - Zurich. Town Plan. View oft he City in ca. 1570. - Braun, Georg (1541-1622) and Hogenberg, Franz. Zurych. Tigurum, sive Turegum, Caesaris, ut pleri que existimant, Tigurinus Pagus, vulgo Zurych, urbs in Helvetijs. Bird's eye view of 16th centuryZurich (ca. 1570). With coatofarms of the city upper left. Copper engraving with contemporary hand-coloring. 363x485 mm (sizeofengraving). - Published in „Civitates Orbis Terrarum". Cologne, Braun/Hogenberg, 1585. The Dutch painter and etcher of maps and townviews Franz Hogenberg (1535-1590) and the Cologne born cleric, geographer and publisher Georg Braun (1541-1622) published together the first comprehensive atlas with plans and views of cities from all over the world. Their collection appeared as ‚Civitas Orbis Terrarum' from 1572 to 1618 in six volumes and eventually contained almost 550 prospects.
Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat
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2017-10-02 03:34:26
BARTOLI, Cosimo.
[Antonio Roccatagliata], In Genoua. Opera non comune. Marca tip. xil. al front. (V88), con motto: "Hinc quoque hoc auspice gemmae". Nelle cc. preliminari la dedicatoria di Scipione Metelli di Castelnuovo di Lunigiana a Giulio Pallavicino, datata "Genova, a di’ 28 d’agosto 1582". L’op. contiene 39 discorsi con consigli per chi aveva uffici di comando, civile o militare, tra cui: Di quanto danno e di quanto utile sia cagione il sospetto; Che la paura divide la città, il più delle volte fa che i popoli non stimano i pericoli e alcuna volta non riceve consiglio; Quanto sia instabile il volgo e la plebe; Che cose si ricerchino nel consiglio e che non è bene che nasca dalla paura, ne’ persone appassionate; Quanto sia cosa prudente a ogni potentato non si condurre in necessità di denari e come si possa rimediare a simile disordine; Chi va dietro all’ambitione perde spesso l’onore e alcuna volta la vita; Che bisogna essercitare i soldati e che dall’otio nascono il più delle volte gli abbottinamenti; Che la celerità, il lume della luna, il vento, la qualità delle armi, il modo d’adoperarle, una voce sola da’ e toglie le vittorie; Che la severità è necessaria e utile a chi ha a reggere sudditi o a maneggiar soldati e dannosa la troppo licentia e la intemperantia; Di alcune considerationi che debbono aver i principi o i capi delle repubbliche circa il governo degli stati; Delle congiure quanto sieno nocive non tanto a coloro contro a chi si fanno quanto a congiurati"; etc. BMC, Italian books, p.73 indica come edit. S. Metelli e tip. A. Roccatagliata. Gamba 1250 cita l’ed. orig. Venezi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige [TRENTO, Italy]
2017-09-29 23:00:17
DELL'UVA Benedetto
All'Eccellentissima Signora Felice Orsina Vicereina di Sicilia. In Firenze, nella stamperia di Bartolomeo Sermartelli, MDLXXXII (1582). 2 opere in 1 vol. in-4, pp. (8), 198, (2); (8), 40, leg. moderna in mezza pergamena, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Prima edizione di questi scritti del monaco benedettino Benedetto dell'Uva (poeta, nato nel 1540 a Capua, morto ivi forse nel 1582), spesso rilegati insieme. Impresa dello stampatore (tartaruga con insegna del giglio fiorentino) ai due titoli, il secondo dei quali prevede anche larga bordura architettonica; iniziali istoriate e testatine. Si tratta di due composizioni poetiche in ottava rima di argomento religioso: la prima è una descrizione del martirio di cinque Sante (Agata, Lucia, Agnese, Giustina e Caterina), mentre la seconda è una riflessione sul tema della morte dedicata a Geronima Colonna, duchessa di Monteleone. Il tipografo Bartolomeo Sermartelli fu attivo a Firenze tra 1553 e1591. Ottimo esempl. Gamba 1746. STC 706. Manca ad Adams. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-09-28 20:30:21
HOMERUS.
Basel (Basileae), Ex Officina Brylingeriana, 1582. - 8vo. (XXXVIII), p. 23-827,(1 blank),(1 woodcut),(1 blank). Calf 16 cm (Ref: VD16 H 4698; Graesse 3,381/82; Hoffmann 2,317, Ebert 9961; not in Brunet) (Details: Also published as volume II of the 'Homeri quae extant omnia' edition published by Brylinger in 1582. (Homeri quae extant omnia, praeter operam Seb. Castalionis, nunc ad postremam H. Stephani ac aliorum quorundam editionem collata) The Odyssea was, according to VD16 also published separately. § Back with 5 raised bands. Gilt oval ornament on both boards. Woodcut printer's mark on the title, depicting 3 lions, one of which holds an hour glass. On the flyleaf at the end in old ink: 'Si quis hunc furto/ Rapiat libellum/ Nec suo reddat/ Domino petenti/ Horrida poena./ Crucietur ille'. Greek text with opposing Latin translation) (Condition: Binding scuffed, corners bumped. Front joint split, but strong. Title soiled and worn. Scriblings and names on the worn endpapers) (Note: Round 1540 the Latin prose translations of Homer of Lorenzo Valla and Raffaele Maffei were eclipsed by the translation 'ad verbum' of the Renaissance scholar Andreas Divus of Capodistria. Divus published his translation, which was more a reading aid, first in Venice in 1537. His translation was adopted in the first (bilingual) Homer edition, which was published by Brylinger, in Basle in 1551. Brylinger's target group was, as the title states, 'Graecae linguae tyronibus', beginners. This edition in folio was produced by Heinrich Pantaleon, 1522-1595, professor of Greek & Latin in Basel. It was repea … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [Netherlands]
2017-09-26 20:09:58
Cicerone Marco Tullio
Sessa, Venetia, 1582. In folio, pp(4) 451,66, (2) con grande marca tipografica incisa in legno al frontespizio, legatura moderna, in piena pergamena con legacci, minimi accurati restauri In folio, pp (4), 451. 66, (2) with a large typographic mark wooden engraved on the frontispiece, modern full parchment binding with ties, minimal accurate restorations [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Redaelli Alberto [Milano, Italy]
2017-09-23 20:41:16
VERONA -
Sebastiano Dalle Donne,, Verona. Verona, Sebastiano Dalle Donne, 1582. Quart. Titelblatt mit schönem Druckersigent, 366 S. Späterer Halblederband mit Buntpapierüberzug auf den Buchdeckeln. Manzoni I/545. *VERONA, Stadt in Venetien, zu beiden Seiten der Etsch an deren Austritt aus den südlichen Voralpen, Hauptstadt der gleichnamigen Provinz, Bischofssitz. 1976: 271.000 Einwohner (1881: 60.768 E.). Verona, vermutlich eine keltische Gründung, wurde 89 v.Chr. römische Colonia, dann 49 v.Chr. Munizipium. Heimat des Catullus. Seit dem 3. Jhdt. Bistum, 489 wurde hier Odoaker von Theoderich dem Großen besiegt. nach der longobardischen Herrschaft war Verona Herzogtum, seit 774 in der fränkischen Zeit Hauptstadt einer Grafschaft. Seit dem 12. Jhdt. freie Kommune, 1222 bis 1259 stand Verona unter der Herrrschaft von Kaiser Friedrich II. Ab 1259 unter der Herrschaft der Familie della Scala (Saliger), unter der die Stadt eine Blütezeit erlebte, kam sie 1387 an die Visconti in Mailand. 1405 gelangte Verona unter die Herrschaft von Venedig, nach 1797 mit der Unterbrechung der napoleonischen Zeit war Verona österreichisch. Die Statuten sind unterteilt in 5 Büchern unterteilt Liber primus: De officio potestatis, iudicum et aliorum offitialium communis Verone Liber secundus: De iure reddendo Liber tertius: De causis criminalibus Liber quartus: De officio procuratorum et iudicum appellationum Liber quintus: De milicia et populo Späterer Halblederband mit Buntpapierüberzug auf den Buchdeckeln. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Vico Verlag und Antiquariat Dr. Otto [Frankfurt am Main, Germany]
2017-09-17 15:53:14
GELDERN:
Kupferstich v. Braun & Hogenberg, 1582, 36,5 x 48,5 Meurer, Topographia Geldriae, 5. - Zeigt vier Ansichten auf einem Blatt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2017-09-17 15:53:14
GELDERN:
altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Braun & Hogenberg, 1582, 36,5 x 48,5 Meurer, Topographia Geldriae, 5. - Zeigt vier Ansichten auf einem Blatt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2017-09-16 16:28:50
Plantin, Christopher, publisher) [Borcht, Petrus van der (illustrator), and Hendrik Janssen Barrefelt (commentary)]
Christopher Plantin, [Antwerp 1582 - First edition. [3], 60 [of 61] leaves. Engraved title and fifty-nine (of sixty) engraved plates (19 x 25 cm plus margins) affixed at gutters to tabs. Text in triple columns on versos in Latin, Dutch and French. 1 vols. Oblong 4to (19 x 25 cm plus margins). Engraved Scenes from the Old Testament. First edition of this collection of fine engravings of scenes from the Old Testament, executed by one of the most prominent and productive of Plantin's artists. The production does not bear a formal imprint and the letterpress on the engraved title is affixed on slips within small panels within the overall engraving. A fourth panel includes a quotation in Latin from Isaiah: the entry in OCLC derived from the copy at the British Library suggests that copy may have a slip bearing an imprint, albeit fictitious, in its place: "Exprimebat Iacobus Villanus, Anno Domini M.D. LXXXI." After the engraved title, each of the following rectos bears a full-plate engraved scene, with explanatory text in three languages printed on the verso of the preceding leaf in triple columns. The three preliminary leaves print tri-lingual prefatory notes, recto and verso. The author of the explanatory text, was the spiritual leader of the religious sect that split off from Henrik Niclae's "Family of Love." The new group was christened by later scholars as the "second Family of Love," and Plantin and members of his circle entertained associations with its membership. Its leader was referred to as "Hiël" (Life of God) and assumed the occasional pseudonym "Renatus Christianus. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [U.S.A.]
2017-09-10 15:45:40
BRAUN, Georg (1541-1622) and Frans HOGENBERG (fl. c. 1540-1590).
Cologne: G. von Kempen, 1582. - Single sheet (15 6/8 x 20 4/8 inches; 12 x 14 4/8 inches to the neat line). Fine engraved image of the city of Rouen on the River Seine, the title and key within fine mannerist cartouches, decorated with the Royal arms and the arms of the city, all with exceptionally fine deep, rich original hand-colour in full, with German text on the verso (short marginal tear and one or two pale stains). A exceptionally fine and detailed view of the City of Rouen, from the very rare German edition of George Braun and Frans Hogenberg's landmark "Civitates orbis terrarium", completed in Cologne between 1572 and 1618, and among the most beautiful and important images of Renaissance cities. This magnificent view of Rouen shows the city during the reign of Henri IV of France. Building and roads are depicted in minute detail, including the famous cathedral which had been extensively damaged by the Calvinists and lightening on a number of occasions in the recent past. Henri IV often laid siege to the city, notably during the siege of December 1591 to May 1592, with the help of a Spanish army led by the Duke of Parma. The "Civitates " was the first extensive series of town views that treated its subject matter in an accurate and meaningful way. Earlier collections of town views were far more limited in scope, and often made no real attempt to render the subject city with any degree of realism being simply a record of the existence of a town. Certainly the striking beauty and accuracy of Braun and Hogenberg's production was entirely unprecedented. Earlier collectio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [U.S.A.]
2017-09-08 14:15:15
Braun/Hogenberg "Civitates ."
Braun/Hogenberg "Civitates .". Autun/Nevers, Braun Hogenberg, anno 1582 Etching, edited by Braun/Hogenberg, in Civitates Orbis Terrarum, german edition, part III, anno 1582. Size of the leaf: 40x52 cm. To see Autun and Nevers in Burgund. little restoration on upper centerfold, small crac on upper centerfold, outside of the view. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2017-09-04 18:50:43
DU BELLAY, Martin;
Thomas Brumen Paris 1582 - In-folio, (12 feuillets), 616 pages, (6 feuillets de table). Plein veau, dos très orné. Reliure de la fin du XVIIème siècle. Exemplaire entièrement réglé. (Très habiles restaurations aux coiffes et aux mors). Bel exemplaire de la troisième édition in-folio. Elle est partagée entre Abel L’Angelier(voir Balsamo et Simonin, Abel L’Angelier et Françoise de Louvain, n°68, page 171).Ces mémoires estimés, œuvre des trois frères Du Bellay, Guillaume, Martin et Jean, oncles de Joachim du Bellay, furent publiés pour la première fois en 1569 par René du Bellay, baron de La Lande (15 .-16.), gendre de Martin du Bellay. Ils sont les premiers à embrasser le règne de François Ier dans son entier, et sont très précieux pour l’étude de cette période. C’est Guillaume du Bellay, Seigneur de Langeais (1491-1543), à la fois diplomate et homme d'épée, vice-roi du Pièmont, qui entreprend cette histoire, composée à l'imitation des Décades de Tite-Live. Les trois premiers livres et le début du quatrième sont de lui. Martin du Bellay (1495-1559) complète l’ouvrage, de la fin du livre IV au livre X, mort de François Ier. Martin du Bellay, historien, habile négociateur, prince d’Yvetot et grand capitaine avait combattu auprès de son frère Guillaume à Novare, Marignan, Pavie puis en Provence et en Pièmont, campagnes dont il donne un récit précis et vivant. Il utilise abondamment la correspondance et les notes de Jean du Bellay, (1492-1560), le troisième frère, prélat humaniste, ami et protecteur de Rabelais. La personnalité des auteurs, leur … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Veyssière Sigma [France]
2017-09-04 15:49:53
Guicciardini, L.
31,5x23 cm. Liberiae et Hanseaticae Urbis Daventriesis Delineato. Cloured Copperengraving. L. Guicciardini. Antwerp 1582.
Bookseller: Luïscius Books
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2017-09-03 12:38:06
Alessandro Canobbio
in Roma per Francesco Zanetti, e ristampata in Firenze per il Sermartelli, 1582. 16 p. in - 12°
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2017-08-31 13:09:40
BIBLE]
John Fogny, Rhemes, 1582. Complete with errata and tables. Decorative and historiated woodcut initials, head- and tailpieces throughout. Contemporary calf, rebacked, red morocco spine label; corners worn, insignificant worming, some minor intermittent discoloration, but generally in excellent condition. Contemporary annotations in English and Latin. First edition, complete, of the first Roman Catholic New Testament in English. A lengthy prologue addresses moral and practical concerns a reader might have in regards to a translation of holy scripture. The authors claim to have produced the most authentic interpretation of the Vulgate Latin with close attention paid to the Greek text. The impetus behind translating the Bible into a vernacular tongue was not to simply claim a scholarly triumph, but to make the word of God accessible to lay-people and combat heretical and "impious translation put forth by sundry sectes" (ie., Lutherans and Protestants). This translation is the work of several English priests, including Thomas Worthington (1549-1627), Richard Bristowe (1538-1581),JohnReynolds (or Rainolds (1549-1607), and William Allen (1532-1594), and lead principally by Gregory Martin (c. 1542-1582). A brilliant young scholar, Martin studied at Oxford and taught in Dublin before taking the post as tutor to the sons of Thomas Howard, fourth duke of Norfolk. After Norfolk's imprisonment, Martin left for France where he could practice his Catholicism freely. Before his confirmation to the priesthood in 1573, Martin studied with Dr. (later, Cardinal) William Allen, founder of the E … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-26 11:49:59
D Andreae Alciati (Andrea Alciati)
BASILEA: Apud Thomam Guarinum, 1582. rilegato. BUONO. 27,5 41. USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele
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2017-08-25 18:55:10
BIBLE. ENGLISH
First Edition. 4to. [Text: 215 x 155 mm]. [28], 745, [27 (Table of Controversies, etc.)] pp. Title within woodcut typographic border. Woodcut initials and ornaments. Title and following leaf somewhat soiled and browned and repaired on the verso along the inner margin, text lightly browned throughout with some minor dampstaining, minor grubby marks and soiling in places, inner margin of the final leaf repaired. Late 17th-century calf, covers with a gilt rule border and gilt panel with a small fleuron at the corners, spine with six panels, the 2nd and 3rd panels with early 19th-century contrasting morocco labels; early 19th-century wove paper endleaves; sprinkled edges. Woodcut title from an early 17th-century Geneva Bible bound-in as a frontispiece.   [WITH:] OLD TESTAMENT. The Holie Bible faithfully translated into English, out of the authentical Latin. Diligently conferred with the Hebrew, Greeke, and other Editions in divers languages. With Arguments of the Bookes, and Chapters: Annotations: Tables: and other helpes, for better understanding of the text: for discoverie of Corruptions in some late translations: and for clearing Controversies in Religion. By the English College of Doway. Doway: by Laurence Kellam, at the signe of the holie Lambe, 1609 - 1610   First Edition. 2 vols. 4to. [Text: 210 x 160 mm]. [20], 1115, [1 (blank)pp; 1124 [i.e. 1128 (pp. 1001-1004 are repeated in the numbering)], [2 (errata / verso blank) of 4 (lacking the final blank)] pp. Titles and last few pages pages a little dusty, occasional small marks, minor worming in the fore-margin of Vol. 2 i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2017-08-22 21:40:51
Guicciardini, Lodovico (1521-1589)
Hand coloured copperplate engraving of the Dutch city of Maastricht, as seen from above. With explanatory title (Maesricht) at the top of the print and a cartouch in the bottom right corner saying:'TRAIECTVM ad Mosan.'. The crest of Luik in the upper left, and that of the King of Spain in the upper right corner. ca. 1582. Overall size: 24,7 x 33,7 cm; plate size: 24 x 32,2 cm. Good/fair state. Some age related discolouration. Roughly coloured. The top of the print is damaged due to the fact that the left side of the print got stuck to the right while folding. This results in torn-off pieces of print. Handlaid paper pasted to contemporary paper. This print originates from 'Lodovico Guicciardini, Descrittione di tutti i Paesi bassi (...), Antwerpen, Plantijn, 1582'. This was an influential account of the history and the arts of the Low Countries, accompanied by city maps by various leading engravers. Deys 2001.
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-08-22 21:40:51
Guicciardini, Lodovico (1521-1589)
Hand coloured copperplate engraving of the Dutch city of Haarlem, as seen from above. With explanatory title (Har-lem ) in the upper rightcorner, above the city crest. In a cartouche in the bottom left corner: 'Harlemum siue Her:lemum vrbs Hollan:diae situ, et aedisiciorum pulchritudine perameana.'. ca. 1582.Overall size: 29,5 x 37,5 cm; plate size: 26,8 x 34 cm. Good/fair state. Some age related discolouration and light damp stains. Roughly coloured. The top of the print is damaged due to the fact that the right city crest of the print got stuck to the right while folding. Handlaid paper pasted to contemporary paper This print originates from 'Lodovico Guicciardini, Descrittione di tutti i Paesi bassi (...), Antwerpen, Plantijn, 1582'. This was an influential account of the history and the arts of the Low Countries, accompanied by city maps by various leading engravers. Deys 2001.
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-08-22 21:40:51
Guicciardini, Lodovico (1521-1589)
Hand coloured copperplate engraving of the Dutch city of Sluis, as seen from above. With explanatory title (Sluys) at the top of the plate and written in a cartouche in the bottom right corner: 'SLVSA teutonicae Flan:driae opp: admodum elegans'. The city crest of Sluis in the top left corner and a crest in the right. ca. 1582. This print is copied after Braun and Hogenberg (1581). Overall size: 29,5 x 36,5 cm; plate size: 23,7 x 32,3 cm. Good state. Some age related discolouration. Pasted to a piece of contemporary paper. Roughly coloured. Handlaid paper with a fold in the middle. The painted crests overflowed into each other in the folding of the print. This print originates from 'Lodovico Guicciardini, Descrittione di tutti i Paesi bassi (...), Antwerpen, Plantijn, 1582'. This was an influential account of the history and the arts of the Low Countries, accompanied by city maps by various leading engravers. Deys 2001.
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-08-22 21:40:51
Guicciardini, Lodovico (1521-1589)
Hand coloured copperplate engraving of the Dutch capitol of Amsterdam, as seen from above. With explanatory title (Amstel-redamum) at the top of the plate, intersected by the city crest. Plate description by numbers in a cartouche in the upper right corner. ca. 1582. This print is copied after Cornelis Anthoniszoon (1544). Overall size: 26,5 x 38 cm; plate size: 24 x 33,8 cm. Fair state. Some age related discolouration. Pasted to a piece of contemporary paper. Roughly coloured. Handlaid paper with a torn fold in the middle. This print originates from 'Lodovico Guicciardini, Descrittione di tutti i Paesi bassi (...), Antwerpen, Plantijn, 1582'. This was an influential account of the history and the arts of the Low Countries, accompanied by city maps by various leading engravers. Deys 2001.
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-08-22 21:40:51
Guicciardini, Lodovico (1521-1589)
Copperplate engraving of the Dutch city of Kampen, as seen from above. With explanatory title (Campen) above the city and written in a cartouche on the top of the plate: 'Vrbis Campensis ad iso: lam Fluuium icon'. A cartouch with the description of the city in the bottom left corner. The city crest of Kampen in the top left corner and a blank crest in the right. ca. 1582. This print is copied after Braun and Hogenberg (1581). Overall size: 30,2 x 38 cm; plate size: 23,8 x 32,3 cm. Good state. Some age related discolouration (brown spots). Handlaid paper with a fold in the middle. This print originates from 'Lodovico Guicciardini, Descrittione di tutti i Paesi bassi (...), Antwerpen, Plantijn, 1582'. This was an influential account of the history and the arts of the Low Countries, accompanied by city maps by various leading engravers. Deys 2001.
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-08-22 21:40:51
Guicciardini, Lodovico (1521-1589)
"Hand coloured copperplate engraving of the Dutch city of Hoorn, as seen from above. With explanatory title (Hoorn in Hollandt ) in the upper left corner and the crest of Hoorn, held up by Poseidon, in the upper right corner. ca. 1582. Overall size: 29,5 x 35,5 cm; plate size: 23,8 x 33,3 cm. Fair state. Some age related discolouration. Roughly coloured. The top of the print is damaged due to the fact that the left side of the print got stuck to the right while folding. This results in torn-off pieces of print. Handlaid paper pasted to contemporary paper.".This print originates from 'Lodovico Guicciardini, Descrittione di tutti i Paesi bassi (...), Antwerpen, Plantijn, 1582'. This was an influential account of the history and the arts of the Low Countries, accompanied by city maps by various leading engravers. Deys 2001.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2017-08-22 21:40:51
Guicciardini, Lodovico (1521-1589)
Copperplate engraving of the Dutch city of Zwolle, as seen from above. With explanatory captions throughout the city and written in a cartouche on the right of the plate: 'Swolla diu celebris meruit virtitubus Arma: Quae Populum sortem nobilitare solent. Inde salutisera vetere pietate fedique In Tripolim recepi foedere digna fuit.'. The city crest of Zwolle is depicted in the top right corner. ca. 1582. This print is copied after Braun and Hogenberg (1581). Overall size: 29 x 38 cm; plate size: 23,6 x 32 cm. Good state. Some age related discolouration. Handlaid paper with a fold in the middle. This print originates from 'Lodovico Guicciardini, Descrittione di tutti i Paesi bassi (...), Antwerpen, Plantijn, 1582'. This was an influential account of the history and the arts of the Low Countries, accompanied by city maps by various leading engravers. Deys 2001.
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-08-22 13:50:54
Tasso Torquato.
apresso Bernardo Giunti e fratelli, 1582. In-4° (cm. 20), legatura successiva in cartoncino, cc. [8] in buono stato, con armi gonzaghesche al frontespizio e un capolettera figurato in silografia; gora all'angolo superiore e lievi fioriture. Prima edizione di un famoso trattato sulle qualità della donna, sia come moglie (femminili) sia come single (donnesche). «It also shows how persistent the distinction between royal grandeur and bourgeois modesty had come to be» [Ardmann 30]. Cfr. Camerini II, 465. Buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2017-08-22 07:04:06
Rivander (Bachmann), Zacharias
Wittenberg, Simon Gronenberg, 1582. (40), 323, (1) SS. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mit einem ganzseitigen Wappenholzschnitt. Hübscher Pergamentskriptband der Zeit. 4to. Frühe Polemik des sächsischen Geistlichen und Dramatikers Rivander (1553-94), nach Jöcher gerichtet gegen seinen Intimfeind (und nachmaligen Mörder), den Sorauer Superintendenten Peter Streuber. Rivander, ein "strenger Lutheraner", stritt mit "Eifer [... gegen die] Calvinisten und Philippisten für die lutherische Orthodoxie." Auch in seinem Hauptwerk, dem Lesedrama "Lutherus redivivus", verteidigte er den Reformator und die Konkordienformel gegen alle, die er des Kryptokalvinismus verdächtigte. "Rivander hatte ein tragisches Ende. Er starb erst 41 Jahr alt an Gift, das ihm nebst seiner Frau und seinem Sohn auf Anstiften des Superintendenten Peter Streuber in Sorau, mit dem er sich über dogmatische Fragen verfeindet hatte, durch einen als Hauslehrer bei ihm lebenden Studenten [in einem Karpfengericht] beigebracht sein soll" (ADB XXVIII, 706). - Am Titel. hs. Monogramm und Datierung "1588". Einige Wurmspuren im w. Rand. Papierbedingt durchgehend gebräunt. Am vorderen Innendeckel gest. Exlibris des Fürstbischofs von Wien, Siegmund Graf von Kollonitz (auch: Kollonitsch; 1676-1751), der 1722 mit Hilfe Karls VI. die Erhebung Wiens zum Erzbistum erreichte und 1727 Kardinal wurde. - VD 16, B 41. BM-STC German 742. ADB XXVIII, 705. Jöcher III, 2121. Nicht bei Adams.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2017-08-21 08:34:41
BOCCACCIO GIOVANNI.
Nella Stamperia de' Giunti,, In Firenze. Cm. 22, pp. (32) 585 (77). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e molti capolettera figurati. Legatura strettamente coeva in piena pergamena semirigida con titoli elegantemente manoscritti al dorso. Ex libris nobiliare inciso. Qualche piccola gora marginale, peraltro esemplare genuino, marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Importante stesura del Decameron con il testo curato dal Salviati. Si tratta della seconda edizione apparsa pochi mesi dopo la prima dell'aprile 1582. Secondo il commento del Gamba (181): "In questa stanno aggiunti varii Privilegi di Principi per la stampa, e secondo l'asserzione del Poggiali, è anche più corretta della prima, onde deve riguardarsi come l'ottima fra quelle del Salviati". [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2017-08-15 00:11:46
1582 - Aus dem Städteansichtenbuch "Civitates Orbis Terrarum". UnterPassepartout. Knapp beschnitten, Mittelfalte teils angeplatzt und restauriert. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 Orig. Kupferstich Braun/Hogenberg, koloriert.
Bookseller: Plesse Antiquariat Minzloff
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2017-08-14 12:25:27
Lopes de Castanheda, Fernao
London: Thomas East, 1582. 170 leaves. Titlepage with woodcut border device, woodcut initials throughout the text. Small quarto. 19th-century calf, ruled in blind, gilt Pegasus device on front board, spine gilt, leather labels. Binding lightly rubbed and shelfworn. Small closed tear in upper margin of titlepage. Ex-Inner Temple Library, with their bookplate on front pastedown, two ink stamps on titlepage (below ornamental border), one on first page of text and another on verso of colophon. Very good. The first English edition of one of the most important historical works of the first great age of discovery, translating the first book of Castanheda's work, originally published in Coimbra in 1551. Translated by Nicholas Lichefield, this edition is appropriately dedicated to Sir Francis Drake. Most of the ...HISTORIE... is devoted to the great Portuguese thrust into Asia in the early 16th century, chronicling their epic expansion to India, the East Indies, and China between 1497 and 1525. Castanheda himself spent some two decades in the Portuguese colonies in the East, and so was well equipped to write this account. It is one of the primary sources for the early Portuguese trading empire, a model the British were beginning to emulate at the time of publication. Penrose says of the author: "...he wrote an impartial book of outspoken sincerity which was the fruit of years of residence in the East." "A most interesting and rare book" - Sabin. This work is equally important for its American content, being the first to describe in detail the voyage of Cabral and his discovery … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [US]
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2017-08-14 12:09:39
Bodin, Jean
Jacques du PuysParis 1582 Volume in-4, [14]-252 ff., Paris, Jacques du Puys, 1582, reliure XIXème, demi-cuir, dos lisse à titre et fleurons dorés, gardes intérieures et tranches marbrées XIXème, marque d'imprimeur sur la page de titre. Seconde édition. L'édition originale date de 1580. L'ouvrage de Jean Bodin (1529-1596) "contre les sorciers", réimprimé à de nombreuses reprises, est un des principaux traités au sujet de la sorcellerie. Bodin rappelle dans sa préface que sa participation au procès de Jeanne Harvillier à Ribemont en 1578 et l'accès à des pièces dautres procès de sorcellerie instruits dans le bailliage de Vermandois l'ont "poussé à mettre la main à la plume". La démonstration est articulée autour de quatre chapitres : Bodin définit le sorcier, les notions de divination et de prophétie (I). Il se fait historien de la magie, de la lycanthropie (II). Il décrit les pouvoirs illicites des sorciers (III) et enfin argumente sur l'inquisition des sorciers. L'ouvrage se termine par la "Réfutation des opinions de Jean Wier", "qui soutient que les sorciers et les sorcières ne doivent pas être punies", médecin humaniste et auteur du "de Praestigiis Daemonorum - des illusion des démons". Belle marque d'imprimeur sur le titre qui comporte une notation manuscrite en tête "Elie de Mathieu" et un nom manuscrit (Demale ??) raturé, quelques soulignements anciens de la page 1 à 6, marques de légères mouillures sur certaines pages en tête et en bord droit (pp. 242 et suivantes), mais sans gravité. Rare. PHOTOS NUMERIQUES DISPONIBLES PAR EMAIL SUR SIMPLE DEMANDE-DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPS … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Histoire et Société [Bordeaux, France]
2017-08-13 19:40:24
F. Bartholomeo Sibilla
Apud Ioan Antonium Bertanum - Venetiis, 1582. LATINO 0,39 Cinquecentina in 8°, stato discreto, coperta semifloscia in pergamena, titolo manoscritto sul dorso, pochi segni del tempo, piatto anteriore poco imbarcato, tracce di fioritura sparsa, tagli leggermente bruniti, cerniera danneggiata, pagine ben conservate, punta inferiore di pagina 515-516 consumata, pagina 563-564 con strappo su margine di piede, fogli di guardia finali con pieghe. Su risguardia talloncino adesivo "Ex libris Johannis Capasso Torre di Caprara Comitis Pastinarum". Frontespizio con magnifica marca tipografica incisa in nero, una firma d'appartenenza visibile, altre cancellate, scritta "Ad usum ... a Tropea". Presenta Indice alfabetico, Registro, Lettera dedicatoria, segnatura dei fascicoli e richiami. Elegante testatina e bei capilettera incisi in nero, ne arricchiscono la veste tipografica. USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele
2017-08-08 02:36:07
BÜNTING, Heinrich and Matthias HASAERT.
STCN (3 copies); WorldCat (1 copy); cf. Laor, Maps of the Holy Land 139-146, 968 (maps in other eds., 1582-1648); F.T. Noonan, The road to Jerusalem: pilgrimage and travel in the age of discovery (2007), pp. 158-160. Rare eighth(?) edition of the Dutch translation of a work on Biblical travels, written by the German Protestant pastor and theologian Heinrich Bünting (1545-1606), first published in German in 1581 and translated by Matthias Hasaert (1578?-1663). The work proved extremely popular and appeared in almost 80 editions up to the 18th century. "However much a work of the study, this book could be easily taken and read as a travel book. Bünting, although he had never actually visited Palestine, produced an original work by recasting Sacred Scripture into a Reissbuch" (Noonan). The work is divided into four parts. The first deals with the travels from the Old Testament, starting with a description and a woodcut plan of Jerusalem. Two other woodcut folding plates show the Temple of Solomon and the route the Jews took from Egypt to the Holy Land. The second part explains the Biblical currencies and units of measurement. The third part resembles the first, but deals with the journeys from the New Testament. The work closes with a short theological treatise on the four Evangelists. With an owner's inscription on flyleaf. Browned throughout, some marginal smudges, some occasional small spots and one plate slightly torn along the fold. Binding somewhat soiled, spine restored. Overall a fair copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2017-08-06 12:20:52
BEAUJOYEULX, Baltasar de (circa 1535-87)
Paris: Adrien Le Roy, Robert Ballard and Mamert Patisson for Jacques Patin, 1582. 4to (231 x 165 mm). Collation: a4 e4, A-T4, including 53 pages of typographical musical notation; 8 full-page etchings of the entertainment and 18 large etchings of pictorial medallions, designed by Jacques Patin, one full-page engraving of the Queen's arms, printers' woodcut device on title, woodcut initials and head-pieces. 18th-century mottled calf, gilt spine; red cloth slipcase. Joints partly split, repairs to spine; the full-page etchings slightly cropped along fore-margin or at bottom, as often. Provenance: Thomas Jolley (1846 owner's inscription on pastedown); Alfred Cortot (1877-1962), Franco-Swiss pianist and conductor (bookplate, small inkstamp on title and several text leaves); Parmenia Ekstrom (1908-1989), ballet historian, author of The Ballerinas: from the Court of Louis XIV to Pavlova, 1972; purchased from Ximenes, 1991. FIRST EDITION. This famous early dramatic fusion of ballet, opera and poetry was commissioned by the Queen Consort of France, Louise de Lorraine (1553-1601), and was performed on 15 October 1581 as part of the festivities celebrating the marriage of her sister, Marguerite de Vaudémont (1564-1625), to Anne, Duc de Joyeuse (1561-1587), King Henri III's favorite. The Italian dancing-master Baltazarini, called Beaujoyeulx, conceived the production, Jacques Patin designed it; La Chesnaye, Salmon and Beaulieu composed the music and poetry. The novelty was manifested in the dancing - the dancers' steps measured and performed in synchronicity with the accompanying musi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [USA]
2017-08-05 19:49:45
Goltzius, Hendrick (1558-1617)
"Mary Magdalene, half figure kneeling in front of the Bible; a vase on the left and a skull on the right; on the right background the Magdalene kneeling at the feet of the cross; signed and dated on the bottom left: 'Henricus Goltzius / inuen. & sculp. / Imprime a Haerlem / 1582', (r in Haerlem superimposed). Ab van der Steur suggested: 'inspired by one of Titians Magdalens, probably via an engraving by C. Cort (Hollstein 143) and with Lucas van Leydens influence' "."Engraving on paper, trimmed within plate mark, oval; total: 173 x 132 mm; state I/2; traces of old mounting on the verso, small damage on the right border, yellowed paper; New Hollstein 49, Bartsch 57 "
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR
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2017-08-05 19:49:45
Goltzius, Hendrick (1558-1617)
"Mary Magdalene, half figure kneeling in front of the Bible; a vase on the left and a skull on the right; on the right background the Magdalene kneeling at the feet of the cross; signed and dated on the bottom left: 'Henricus Goltzius / inuen. & sculp. / Imprime a Haerlem / 1582', (r in Haerlem superimposed). Ab van der Steur suggested: 'inspired by one of Titians Magdalens, probably via an engraving by C. Cort (Hollstein 143) and with Lucas van Leydens influence' "."Engraving on paper, trimmed within plate mark, oval; total: 173 x 132 mm; state I/2; traces of old mounting on the verso, small damage on the right border, yellowed paper; New Hollstein 49, Bartsch 57 "
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2017-08-04 18:08:01
Corvinus, Johannes Arn. [pseud. voor Joh. Arn. Ravens]
12°, geheel perkamenten band, (22)+714 pag. C0423."Willems 1005; Dekkers pag. 141-1; Roberts pag. 96. Ravens (1582/3-1650) was o.a. advocaat bij het Hof van Holland, rechtsgeleerde te Amsterdam en docent aan het Athenaeum Illustre aldaar. Dit is de tweede druk van het in 1640 voor het eerst verschenen 'Enchiridium'."
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Netherlands]
2017-08-04 09:27:22
Guicciardini, Lodovico (1521-1589)
"Hand coloured copperplate engraving of the Dutch city of Rotterdam, as seen from above. With explanatory title above the city and a blank cartouche on the top left of the plate. The city crest of Rotterdam is depicted in the top middle. ca. 1582. Based on a print by Jacob van Deventer (1501/2-1575). Overall size: 29,5 x 37 cm; plate size: 25,4 x 34,3 cm. Fair/good state. Some age related discolouration. Pasted to a piece of contemporary paper. Roughly coloured. Handlaid paper with a fold in the middle (tear in the original fold).".This print originates from 'Lodovico Guicciardini, Descrittione di tutti i Paesi bassi (...), Antwerpen, Plantijn, 1582'. This was an influential account of the history and the arts of the Low Countries, accompanied by city maps by various leading engravers. Deys 2001.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2017-08-04 09:27:22
Guicciardini, Lodovico (1521-1589)
"Copperplate engraving of the Dutch city of Kampen, as seen from above. With explanatory title (Campen) above the city and written in a cartouche on the top of the plate: 'Vrbis Campensis ad iso: lam Fluuium icon'. A cartouch with the description of the city in the bottom left corner. The city crest of Kampen in the top left corner and a blank crest in the right. ca. 1582. This print is copied after Braun and Hogenberg (1581). Overall size: 30,2 x 38 cm; plate size: 23,8 x 32,3 cm. Good state. Some age related discolouration (brown spots). Handlaid paper with a fold in the middle. ".This print originates from 'Lodovico Guicciardini, Descrittione di tutti i Paesi bassi (...), Antwerpen, Plantijn, 1582'. This was an influential account of the history and the arts of the Low Countries, accompanied by city maps by various leading engravers. Deys 2001.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR
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2017-08-04 09:27:22
Guicciardini, Lodovico (1521-1589)
"Hand coloured copperplate engraving of the Dutch city of Sluis, as seen from above. With explanatory title (Sluys) at the top of the plate and written in a cartouche in the bottom right corner: 'SLVSA teutonicae Flan:driae opp: admodum elegans'. The city crest of Sluis in the top left corner and a crest in the right. ca. 1582. This print is copied after Braun and Hogenberg (1581). Overall size: 29,5 x 36,5 cm; plate size: 23,7 x 32,3 cm. Good state. Some age related discolouration. Pasted to a piece of contemporary paper. Roughly coloured. Handlaid paper with a fold in the middle. The painted crests overflowed into each other in the folding of the print.".This print originates from 'Lodovico Guicciardini, Descrittione di tutti i Paesi bassi (...), Antwerpen, Plantijn, 1582'. This was an influential account of the history and the arts of the Low Countries, accompanied by city maps by various leading engravers. Deys 2001.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR
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2017-08-04 09:27:22
Guicciardini, Lodovico (1521-1589)
"Hand coloured copperplate engraving of the Dutch capitol of Amsterdam, as seen from above. With explanatory title (Amstel-redamum) at the top of the plate, intersected by the city crest. Plate description by numbers in a cartouche in the upper right corner. ca. 1582. This print is copied after Cornelis Anthoniszoon (1544). Overall size: 26,5 x 38 cm; plate size: 24 x 33,8 cm. Fair state. Some age related discolouration. Pasted to a piece of contemporary paper. Roughly coloured. Handlaid paper with a torn fold in the middle.".This print originates from 'Lodovico Guicciardini, Descrittione di tutti i Paesi bassi (...), Antwerpen, Plantijn, 1582'. This was an influential account of the history and the arts of the Low Countries, accompanied by city maps by various leading engravers. Deys 2001.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR
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