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2008-11-17 14:49:54
Boccaccio, Giovanni
Venice: Presso Gio. Battista Bonfadio, 1586 Popular edition of The Nymphs of Fiesole, edited by Francesco Sansovino (1521-1586), esteemed author, who was edited many great Italian literary works (including Cento novelle scelti de' più nobili scittori della linga volgare) and translated many classical works into Italian. An uncommon edition; OCLC lists six copies in America. [Together with:] Groto, Luigi. Luigi. Delle rime di Luigi Groto. Novamente ristampate, & ricorrette dal medesimo Auttore. Venetia: Agostino Zoppini, & Nepoti, 1598. Twelvemo. 190, [2, blank] pp. Later edition of the poems of Groto (1541-85), called "The Blind Man of Adria"—but also a rare edition—not listed in OCLC or RLIN. [and:] Groto, Luigi. La Calisto nova favola pastorale. Nuovamente stampata. Venetia: Agostin Zopini [sic], & Nepoti, 1599. Twelvemo. 81, [1, colophon], [2, blank] leaves. Later edition. OCLC notes for copies. [and:] Divizio, Bernardo, da Bibbiena, Cardinal. Calandra comedia…Di nuovo con somma diligenza corretta & ristampata. Venetia: Lucio Spineda, 1600. Twelvemo. 54 leaves. Later edition of Cardinal da Bibbiena's (1470-1520) most famous and admired literary work. This edition not in OCLC or RLIN. The four works are bound together in full stiff vellum, with the title of the first in manuscript on the spine, ties lacking. . Twelvemo. Endpapers from an old Spanish printed text. Some light browning to first and last work at lower margin, occasional contemporary ink underscoring. Generally a very good, clean copy. Four Italian literary works, in a pocket-sized volume, testament … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/ILAB [US]
2008-10-15 13:39:30
Gonzalez de Mendoza, Juan:
Madrid: En casa de Pedro Madrigal, 1586 [but dated 1587 on the colophon page].. Two parts bound in one volume. [12],116; 244,[12] leaves, including one full-page plate. Small octavo. Contemporary calf, rebacked with original gilt backstrip laid down, gilt red morocco label. Binding edgeworn and rubbed, foredge of front board gnawed. Trimmed close, affecting the first work of the title and the running headline in the preliminary material. Ex- lib., with a small ink stamp on the verso of the titlepage and on the colophon page. Faint old stain in upper margin of second part, else quite clean internally. About very good. In a half morocco box. An early edition of Gonzalez de Mendoza, following the first of 1585, and the second and best edition to contain the Espejo narrative of early exploration in the American Southwest. Antonio de Espejo began his exploration of New Mexico in 1583, in the company of Fray Beltran and fourteen soldiers. The ostensible reason for his expedition was to find Fr. Agustin Rodriguez, who had disappeared in that region the previous year, but much more was accomplished than merely establishing the sad fate of the martyred Franciscan. A true wealth of new information about the traversed territory was garnered, and this is the first publication to include notice of that expedition (found in this edition beginning on leaf 165 of the second part). Most editions of this work do not contain the information about Espejo's New Mexican adventure, and Wagner says that the present edition is only the second with the Espejo narrative, following a Madrid editio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2007-11-19 15:25:59
DOLCE Lodovico
In Venetia |(Venise): apresso Giambattista Sessa & fratelli, 1586. Fine. apresso Giambattista Sessa & fratelli, In Venetia (Venise) 1586, in-12 (15,3x10cm), 11ff., relié. - New edition after the original from 1562. Rare. Brunet II, 789. Edition italics illustrated twenty figures in and out of curious objects including text combining letters. A copy in the library of Manchester, we have found nothing in France and Germany. Vellum full time, smooth back and as long manuscript pen. A tear on the back (1 cm). Pages restored custody, title page has been reinforced by two small pieces of paper on the back. Lodovico Dolce (1508-1568), man of letters and Venetian humanist, busied editions of classic Italian texts (Dante, Petrarch ...) in collaboration with Ferrari publisher and renewed the genre that bears his mark. He translated the metamorphoses Italian and wrote several dialogues on which a painting featuring Vasari and Aretino, and another on the color properties. He wrote such plays. The general theme of this dialogue is the occult, astrology. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition après l'originale de 1562. Rare. Brunet II, 789. Edition à caractères italiques illustrée d'une vingtaine de figures in et hors texte curieuses associant notamment des objets aux lettres. Un exemplaire à la bibliothèque de Manchester, nous n'avons rien trouvé en France et en Allemagne. Reliure en plein vélin d'époque, dos lisse et titre manuscr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]

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