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2012-05-11 16:19:58
Corbulo A. (Urbinate) et Gaudentii.
Urbini, Jacobus Chriegher, 1586, in-4, mezza pergamena e angoli. Bel frontespizio architettonico, decorazioni e capilettera incisi in legno.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [Italy]
2012-05-11 11:55:26
Heshusen, Tileman
Helmstedt, Lucius 1586. 33 cm. (8, das letzte weiß), 657 (irrig 665), (1) Blatt mit Titelholzschnitt. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln - VD16 B 3250 - Adams H-458 - Realenz. VIII, 14 - Husung 346 mit Abbildungen - Erstausgabe, erschienen bei dem Helmstedter Erstdrucker Jakob Lucius d. Ä. Tileman Heshusen (Hesshus, 1527 - 1588), 1571 - 1577 Bischof von Samland und anschließend Professor Primarius in Helmstedt, "ist der streitbarste unter den Verfechtern des strengen Luthertums im nachreformatorischen Zeitalter" (BBKL II, 789ff). Der Titelholzschnitt des Monogrammisten G S zeigt den Harfe spielenden König David. Zeichner war vermutlich Lucius (Husung). Auf dem Titel Besitzeintrag: "Liber petri Laurentii decem marcis danicis emptus XVIII feb. anno d. 1594"; Innendeckel Schenkungseintrag: "Ex donatione Dom(ini) Sigfridi Petri Ahlsedensis transit in Possesionem D. Haraldi Akhovii Anno 1660. 15. Decemb." Einband Schabspuren, Bezugsmaterial des Vorderdeckels und Rückens zu 4/5 durch neues Material ergänzt; Vorsätze stockfleckig; erste 10 Blatt am Bund Feuchtigkeitsrand und zeitgenössische Randnotizen, Blatt 140 und 143 zeitgenössisch durch Handschrift ersetzt - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2012-05-06 10:37:10
Petrarca Francesco
appresso Giorgio Angelieri, in Venetia, 1586. Legatura 800 in mz. pelle con fili e titolo oro al ds. (segni di abrasione al ds. e alle cerniere). Tagli azzurri. Poche note marginali di antica mano. Buon esemplare. In questa edizione non erano stati pubblicati, lasciando spazi bianchi, i sonetti 106, 107 e 108 nei quali il Petrarca criticava i costumi della Chiesa del tempo. I tre sonetti sono poi stati trascritti in questi spazi da antica mano. Adams, P835. 16mo (cm. 12), 62 cc.nn., 588 pp., 23 cc.nn. (di cui l ultima bianca). Ritratto di Petrarca e Laura, vignette xilografiche e capilettera fig. all inizio di ciascun trionfo. Segue con proprio frontis. Tavola di tutte le rime de Sonetti e Canzoni del Petrarca.Venetia, Angelieri 1586, 232 pp. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2012-05-03 20:37:01
(PLANTIN PRESS). MURET, MARC ANTOINE
Antverpi� [i.e., Leyden]: Christophorum Plantinum, 1586. Antverpiæ [i.e., Leyden]: Christophorum Plantinum, 1586. Second Plantin Edition. An intelligent and scholarly reader of the classics, Marc Antoine Muret (1526-85) makes suggestions in these "Various Readings" for emendations and interpretations of a number of ancient authors, principally Cicero, Horace, Plautus, and Aristotle. Within each of the 15 books are typically 20 different sections, with no discernible pattern in their arrangement; Muret seems to have written them down as the observations struck him. The first eight books were published originally in 1559 by Zilleti in Venice, and the final seven books appeared for the first time in the 1580 Plantin edition, of which this is a reprint done (despite what the title page says) in the Plantin office in Leyden. Voet indicates that Plantin and Muret were introduced by the Netherlandish Jesuit Joannes Gravius and that they began correspondence in 1574 about the publication of the "Readings." After many delays, impatient letters, and indecision over the proper dedicatee, the text finally was printed some six years later. A professor of literature at Bordeaux, Muret taught the young Montaigne. Harried in France on charges of Protestantism and homosexuality, Muret fled to Italy, where he was befriended by the publisher Paulus Manutius. Christopher Plantin (1520-89) set up shop in Antwerp as a bookbinder in 1549, but he turned to printing in 1555 and soon rose to the top of his trade, both as a printer and type designer. He produced, among a great many things, the celeb … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-04-18 12:02:44
Sadeler
Anversa: (1586). [Sadeler - Incisione](cm.30,5 x 27 complessivi di margini) Incisione originale su rame con passepartout decorato a mano tratta dal Sadeler "Bonorum et Malorum".Completo di frontis riprodotto in fotocopia. Ampi margini.Ottima. Stampa. Book Condition: ottimo. Binding: senza rilegatura
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2012-04-13 09:27:53
BRAUN (Georgio Agrippinate BRAUNIO)
.- - Fechado en 1586. Vista de la ciudad desde el este, a la ribera del Isar, en la que aparecen representados y nombrados 38 edificios y lugares singulares. En primer término poema neolatino de 24 versos en loa de Munich y bello motivo decorativo.
Bookseller: Escalinata, librería [Navalcarnero, Madrid, Spain]
2012-04-12 22:14:53
MASSIMO, Valerio
Tradotto da M. Giorgio Dati. Con due Tavole, una de i Capitoli, l'altra delle cose degne di memoria. In Venetia, Apresso Marc'Antonio Zaltieri, 1586, 11x16, 16 hojas, 320 hojas. Portada con viñeta grabada con un avestruz. Letras capitulares. 7 primeras hojas con ligeras manchas producidas por algo de humedad pero sin desperfectos. Encuadernación en holandesa lomera y puntas en pergamino con margen de lomera en contratapa algo abierto. (52311).
Bookseller: Librería J. Cintas [Madrid, Spain]
2012-04-09 15:56:57
Tomaso Garzoni
Ferrara: Appresso, Giulio Cefare Cagnacini, & Fratelli, 1586. 24mo. Vellum. 4 bands, 5 compartments down spine. 107 pages. Italian. Tight binding and unmarked pages. Minimal wear to cover. Published simultaneously in Venice, Ferrara and Piacenza, the story takes the reader on a tour through a mental hospital, depicting various forms of psychological illness throughout the ages. The work opens with a dedication, followed by two sonnets. Examples of historical. Very Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2012-04-07 10:56:32
ACOSTA, Manuel (1540-1604), MAFFEI, Giovanni Pietro (1533-1603).
Ingolstadt: David Sartorium, 1586. 2 parts in one volume. 8vo., (6 2/8 x 3 6/8 inches). Title-page printed in red and black. (some marginal and persistant worming to early gatherings). Contemporary blindstamped pigskin over bevelled wooden boards, brass catches, remnants of clasps (a bit rubbed). Provenance: contemporary ownerhip inscription on the title-page, and one or two marginal notes; presented to the Long Island Historical Society by J. Carson Brevoort, with their bookplate recording the bequest on the front paste-down; with the small library label of Wolfgang A. Herz, on the front paste-down, his sale Important Voyages and Travels, 9th December 2009, lot 140. First edition in German, first translated from the manuscript entitled 'Historia dos Missiones de Oriente ate o anno de 1568' by the Portuguese Jesuit historian, Manuel Acosta, who taught at Coimbra, then translated into Latin and augmented by Maffei and published in 1571. Often reprinted, translated, and further augmented, this edition has been translated into German by Johann Georg Go tze, and includes accounts of Jesuit Missions in Etheopia, the East Indies, Goa, but mainly Japan, by Cosmus Turrianus, Emmanuel Nobrega, Ferdinandus Mendozius, Franciscus Xaverius, Gaspas Belga, Henricus Henriquez, Ioannes de Beyra, Ioannes Ferdinandez, Paulus Iaponius, and Petrus Alcaceuas. Cordier Japonica 60; Sabin 43781. Catalogued by Kate Hunter [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-03-22 12:03:49
Vitruvius Pollio, M.
Lugd. (Lyon), J. Tornaesius (De Tournes), 1586. With nice architectural woodcut title-border, medallion portrait of Philander, ca. 85 woodcuts in the text, among which a cut of the Roman circus, the amphitheatre, lifting machines, the various orders; one folding table with the text of an inscription; many fine ornamental initials, some of them in the dotted matter; large printer's mark at the end, words in Greek and civilité. 8 lvs., 460 pp., 18 lvs. 4to. Contemporary limp vellum (ties gone).*Fowler No. 414. Cicognara No. 721. Cf. Cartier, De Tournes, No. 664 (variant issue with Geneve on title-page). Not. in Kat. Orn. Berl. Rare second edition (first 1552) of Vitruvius' famous work on architecture, with Philander's annotations, to be printed in France. The fine illustrations are attributed by Cartier to Bernard Salomon (Le Petit Bernard), Dinsmoor (op. cit. No. 492; p. 76) considers the possibility of an attribution to Sebastiano Serlio. Philander had studied under Serlio. In any case the book is very well designed with beautiful De Tournes' initials. - Slightly browned, otherwise a good copy.[(4381)]
Bookseller: Ludwig Rosenthal's Antiquariaat [Leidschendam, Netherlands]
2012-03-06 09:14:02
Concilium Tridentinum.
Antwerpen: Plantin, 1586. [7] Bll., 268 S., [42] Bll. Leder d.Zt. über Holz mit reicher verblasster Blindpräg., im Gelenk etwas gelockert, schwach wasserandig. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Konzilien, Synoden; Tridentinum
Bookseller: Antiquariat von Matt [Stans, Switzerland]
2012-02-26 14:34:46
Littleton, Thomas
1586. Littleton, Sir Thomas [1402-1481]. Littletons Tenures in English. [London: Imprinted...in Fletestrete Within Temple Barre...by Rycharde Tottill, 1586]. 142, [2] ff. Octavo (5" x 3-1/2"). Contemporary calf, large central arabesques to boards, raised bands and later lettering piece to spine, ties lacking. Rubbing with considerable wear to spine ends and edges, front pastedown and free endpaper lacking, rear endleaves renewed, a few cracks to text block, several signatures loose, wear to corners of some leaves. Light soiling to title page, faint dampstains in places. Brief early annotations to title page and a few leaves, interior otherwise clean. * Written during the reign of Edward IV [1442-1483] and first published around 1481, Littleton's Tenures is probably the most revered treatise in the history of the common law. Much admired for its learning and style, it is concerned with tenures and other issues relating to real property. This venerable work, which Coke called "the ornament of the Common Law, and the most perfect and absolute work that ever was written in any humane science," is considered a landmark because it renounced the principles of Roman law (and Latin) in favor of guidelines and doctrines drawn from the Year Books and, when necessary, hypothetical cases. OCLC locates two copies in law libraries (Harvard, Library of Congress). Holdsworth, A History of English Law II:573. English Short-Title Catalogue S108671. Beale, Bibliography of Early English Law Books T56.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2012-01-19 21:15:35
Erstenberger, Andreas
M�nchen: Adam Berg, 1586. München: Adam Berg, 1586. Hardcover. Very Good +. Title continued: "darinnen werden die vermainte unnd in dem andern Thail angezogne Argumenta unnd grunduesten, oder Freysteller, ein jedes in seiner Ordnung, Abgelainet." Volume 3 only (of 3 volumes): [4], 276, [8] leaves [i.e. 576 p.]; 22 cm. Signatures: A-Z4 a-z4 2A-3C4 (4to). Remains of contemporary leather binding showing five cords intact. All page edges blue. Printed on both sides but numbered by leaf not page. Last leaf is blank. Title page printed in red and black. Woodcut tail-pieces and initials. Includes errata and index. Inscribed in an old hand on title page: "Sum ex Libris Friderici Forneri The. D. Canci. S. Stephani Bamb. Concionat. Eccl. Cathedr. & Vicarij in Spiritualibus." In another hand: "Ex Eius Testamento Collegy Societa. Jesu Bamb. 10 Janu. 1631." The former owner, Friedrich Förner (1568-1630), led the Catholic Reformation in Bamberg, Germany. He was the author of a collection of sermons on witchcraft, Panoplia Armaturae Dei (1625), and initiated the Bamberg witch hunts and trials, which resulted in the deaths of perhaps one thousand people from 1595 to 1631. Duke Wilhelm V of Bavaria, influenced by the Jesuits, ordered his private secretary, Andreas Erstenberger, to write this work (issued under the name of the recently deceased Roman Catholic apologist Burckhard). Most of original or early binding lacking; otherwise in Very Good+ Condition: hinges are tight; occasional creasing to fore-edges or corners; light soiling; otherwise clean and tight.
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2011-12-15 20:31:49
Fioretti Carlo
Padovani, Firenze, 1586. Legatura ottocentesca in pelle spugnata con fili oro al ds. (angoli usurati). Timbretto ex libris al frontis. (Landau-Galletti). Edizione originale di questa piccola opera attribuita generalmente a Leonardo Salviati. Gamba, 450. Cat. Raccolta tassiana di Bergamo, 3455. 12mo (cm. 13,1), 152(1) pp., 1 c. bianca (assente). Stampa in carattere corsivo. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2011-10-04 20:32:16
MATTIOLI, Pietro Andrea
Title, printed in red & black, with large woodcut border by Jost Amman, ca. 1000 woodcuts in the text, & printer's device on colophon leaf, also by Amman. 8 p.l., 460, [38] leaves (the last a blank). Large folio, cont. blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards (for more on binding, see below), orig. brass clasps & catches. Frankfurt: [S. Feyerabend, P. Fischer, & H. Dack], 1586. First edition, and a superb copy, of the first edition of Camerarius's version of Mattioli's great herbal. The first German edition had appeared in 1563 in Prague, translated by Georg Handsch (1529-78). For our edition, Joachim Camerarius (1534-98), took Handsch's translation and added his own extensive commentary; these passages are marked by asterisks. This edition contains the celebrated Gesner/Camerarius suite of woodcuts. Gesner had been preparing material for a massive Historia plantarum but died before finishing the task. Camerarius acquired the material, utilized the woodcuts in the present work and supplemented them with his own. They are remarkable in their scientific detail, especially the enlarged depictions of floral structure, seeds, and fruit. This is the first time that such representation was consistently followed, and marks the beginning of what only much later became a convention in scientific botanical illustration, when the taxonomic importance of these details was fully appreciated. They also appeared in Camerarius' recension of Mattioli, De Plantis Epitome utilissima of the same year (which is a different text from the above, and not merely a Latin version of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2011-09-18 09:17:56
Livy (Titus Livius); Jacopo Nardi (trans)
Bernardo Giunti, 1586. Two volumes, bound in 20th century full brown leather, spines in five compartments with gilt lettering in two and gilt decoration in the remaining three, gilt decoration and medallions on all boards. An extremely rare edition of the Decades of Livy translated into the vernacular Tuscan by Jacopo Nardi (1473-1563) of Florence and published in Venice in 1586, beautifully rebound in very elegant full leather. First published in 1540, this revised edition of 1586 includes an index of the Decades, a table of the Kings and Consuls of Rome, an index of Tuscan words used by the translator, and finally a collection of "Judgments" and notable extracts from Livy. IN ITALIAN (Tuscan).. The new binding is in perfect, pristine condition, there are some notations in an elegant antique Italian hand on the title pages; some very old staining, some light foxing, and a few very old worm-holes in the original text block (not affecting any text). An extremely beautiful set. VERY GOOD. . Fine Binding. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. (cxxxiv), 522; 305 (pages 524-829) pp
Bookseller: Round Table Books, LLC [Glenview, Illinois, US]
2011-08-01 00:00:00
CAMILLI Camillo
Engraved architectural border for each part and 108 emblematic engravings by Girolamo Porro, who is cited on the title-page.Sm. 4to. 3 parts in two vols. [4]. 182pp. (lacking final blank); 95pp.; 56pp. 19th century Italian vellum over paste-boards, flat spines decorated in gilt, brown morocco labels.
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2010-08-09 10:32:22
GÓMEZ, Antonio.
Venetiis, Damián Zenari, 1586, 23 x 16,5 cm., perg., 28 h., la última blanca + 439 folios + 1 h. blanca. (Rara edición italiana de la obra de este jurista y catedrático de Derecho de Salamanca, que tuvo gran influencia por su tratamiento sistemático de problemas legales).
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos [Malaga, Spain]
2010-07-23 13:43:32
Augsburg].
Ohne Ort [Augsburg], ohne Drucker, 1586. 8°. Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette. 15 nn. Bll., Heftstreifen. Erste u. einzige Ausgabe dieser „Publication“, welche die Pflichten und Rechte der Pfarrer und Kirchendiener regelt. Wichtige Sammlung zur (Kirchen-) Geschichte Augsburgs im 16. Jahrhundert. - Gutes Exemplar. - VD 16, D 1294. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Augsburg
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2010-07-04 14:34:23
Zarrabini O.
In Venetia, appresso Francesco de' Franceschi, senese, 1586, in-4, cartonatura antica con dorso rinforzato nell'Ottocento, carte, [16], 79. Con marca xilografica sul front. Manca l'intero quaderno P (4 carte) e la carta V1. Opera con front. proprio, ma che costituisce la seconda parte di: "Della nobilta civile et christiana libri quattro. Et de gli stati verginale, maritale, et vedovile". [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2010-05-02 15:40:58
Euclide (Euclides-Tartaglia)
Venetia: Heredi di Troian Navo, alla Libraria dal lione, 1586. Venetia: Heredi di Troian Navo, alla Libraria dal lione. [Fig. Matematica] (cm.21,2) piena pergamena originale con unghie e tracce di lacci, con vecchi restauri per strappi e difetti reintegrati. Sguardie antiche.-- cc. 315 (mal numerate) + 1 c. nn. con al verso il registro e il leone rampante in xilografia. Marca tipografica al frontis e centinaia di figure geometriche nel testo. importante contraffazione dell' edizione del 1585 e di questa assai più rara, manca a Graesse, Capponi, Bm. Stc. ed Adams. Celebre trattato che contiene i teoremi fondamentali della geometria tradotta e commentata per la prima volta dal Tartaglia. Le due traduzioni riferite nel titolo sono quelle del Campano e dello Zamberto. Taglio al margine bianco di due carte interne che in una intacca all' angolo il testo, e taglio di due millimetri vicino alla cerniera in alto e in basso a scomparire nell' ultimo quaterno. Peraltro esemplare molto bello e genuino con antica nota di possesso al frontis manoscritta e una chiosa a c. 175. Al taglio inferiore titolo elegantemente calligrafato d' epoca. * riccardi II 498; * Riccardi " Saggio di bibliografia Euclidea " p.425; * Thomas-Stanford 45.[f52] . ottimo. Rilegato. 1586.
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2010-04-30 14:54:34
COLLADO, Luigi
Venice: Pietro Dusinelli ad instantia del proprio Auttore, , 1586. Nellaquale si tratta della inventione di essa, dell'ordine di condurla, & piantarla sotto à qualunque fortezza, fabricar mine da far volar in alto le fortezze, spianar le montagne, divertir l'acque offensive à i Regni & provincie, tirar co i pezzi in molti & diversi modi, far fuochi artificialii, con altri bellissimi secreti all'essercito dell'arteglieria appartenenti. Folio (340 × 225 mm). Contemporary limp vellum, title inked to the spine, upper cover somewhat wormed, overall slightly stained, spine with a number of splits and slight loss towards the head. Housed in a black quarter morocco solander box made by The Chelsea Bindery. Title page with superb wood-cut border of caryatids and putti enclosing the arms of the Duke of Aragon, 6 full-page and 29 smaller wood-cut illustrations to the text, 2 plates bound in on separate leaves, blank verso, unpaginated but signed as S2 and T2. Some marginal staining throughout, heavier on G1, small piece torn from the corner of M3 no loss of text or image, small paper flaw to *3, the second leaf of the Dedicatory Epistle, costing part of two letters, a few scattered worm-holes, largely marginal and similarly costing only parts of letters, indistinct early armorial ink stamp to the title page and a quantity of marginal notes in a later Italian hand. Remains an attractive, unsophisticated copy. First edition. Foundation text for the practical application of scientific principles to artillery, "the first really detailed, well-illustrated technical manua … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-14 16:40:55
Luzi, Horatio
Placentiae [Piacenza]: Ex officina Jo[hannem] Bazachi[um], 1586. Vellum. Very Good +. 4 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches. [16] + 420 + [74] + 2 blank pages + [60] + 1 rfep. Contemporary ink inscriptions to title, last page and contemporary notes on rfep. Some pages misnumbered, scattered staining and small worming, mostly at margins. Page 324 with ink "S" in margin. Bound in contemporary limp vellum with expert recasing. A very good early copy of the proceedings of the Council of Trent and the Index of Forbidden Books with all the expected Protestant listings.
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2010-03-24 08:37:28
1586. in Spanish. Illuminated Manuscript on Vellum. Valladalid, 2 October 1586. 308 x 222 mm. 48 Vellum leaves., One beautiful full page illumination incorporating the grantee's arms 36 lines written in black ink, multiple ruled red ink border, 12 headlines in blue and red lettered in liquid gold, six decorative rulings to upper margin, lower margin with one ruling and flourishes. Contemporary Spanish goatskin over paste boards tooled in gilt and blind, central panel decorated with eagle tool and four floral tools in corners, three medallion-head blind roll-tooled borders, central braided silk cord (four silk ties vanished, some wear to corners, worming to paste-boards).. Book.
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2009-06-26 21:16:01
Altkolorierter Kupferstich von Georg Hoefnagel aus Braun-Hogenberg 1586. 28.5x48.8 cm. - Duvigneau 1971 16 - Die schöne grosse Ansicht. Unten in der Mitte Widmungskartusche mit seitlich zwei Löwen, die in den Vorderpranken ein Wappenschild halten, links und rechts Textkartuschen mit jeweils einem Wappenschild oben."Hoefnagels Ansicht gehört zu den genauesten Stadtwiedergaben, die jemals in einem frühen großangelegten topographischen Werk erschienen sind. Sein Standort ist der gleiche, wie ihn noch die Vedutisten des 19. Jahrhunders für ihre Gesamtansichten bevorzugt haben: die Gegend am Gasteig, südlich des Maximilianeums. Auffällig sind die zur Isar gehördenen Flöße und die damit verbundenen Holzlagerplätze an der Floßlände südlich der damals noch hölzernen Isarbrücke.
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2009-06-26 21:16:01
Kolorierter Kupferstich von Georg Hoefnagel aus Braun-Hogenberg 1586. 28.8x48.8 cm. - Duvigneau 1971 16 - Die schöne große Ansicht mit Löwenkartusche unten. "Hoefnagels Ansicht gehört zu den genauesten Stadtwiedergaben, die jemals in einem frühen großangelegten topographischen Werk erschienen sind. Sein Standort ist der gleiche, wie ihn noch die Vedutisten des 19. Jahrhunders für ihre Gesamtansichten bevorzugt haben: die Gegend am Gasteig, südlich des Maximilianeums. Auffällig sind die zur Isar gehördenen Flöße und die damit verbundenen Holzlagerplätze an der Floßlände südlich der damals noch hölzernen Isarbrücke."Einriss im Bug restauriert.
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2009-03-14 06:21:28
MENGO, Hieronymo (Mengus, Menghi)
1586. Short thick 8vo, title page in red and black, [16], 253, [3], 84, [18], 327 pages, old calf-backed marbled boards with red spine label. Bononiae: Apud Joannem Rossium, 1586. Very good condition. Scarce in any edition--a very early copy of this work which was republished numerous times. Very good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-03-10 04:11:16
PLANTIN PRESS). MURET, MARC ANTOINE
Antverpiæ [i.e., Leyden]: Christophorum Plantinum, 1586. Second Plantin Edition. An intelligent and scholarly reader of the classics, Marc Antoine Muret (1526-85) makes suggestions in these "Various Readings" for emendations and interpretations of a number of ancient authors, principally Cicero, Horace, Plautus, and Aristotle. Within each of the 15 books are typically 20 different sections, with no discernible pattern in their arrangement; Muret seems to have written them down as the observations struck him. The first eight books were published originally in 1559 by Zilleti in Venice, and the final seven books appeared for the first time in the 1580 Plantin edition, of which this is a reprint done (despite what the title page says) in the Plantin office in Leyden. Voet indicates that Plantin and Muret were introduced by the Netherlandish Jesuit Joannes Gravius and that they began correspondence in 1574 about the publication of the "Readings." After many delays, impatient letters, and indecision over the proper dedicatee, the text finally was printed some six years later. A professor of literature at Bordeaux, Muret taught the young Montaigne. Harried in France on charges of Protestantism and homosexuality, Muret fled to Italy, where he was befriended by the publisher Paulus Manutius. Christopher Plantin (1520-89) set up shop in Antwerp as a bookbinder in 1549, but he turned to printing in 1555 and soon rose to the top of his trade, both as a printer and type designer. He produced, among a great many things, the celebrated Antwerp Polyglot Bible of 1569-72 and a stead … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2009-03-05 22:19:41
RUSCELLI G.
Venetia: MARCHIO SESSA, 1586. Venetia: MARCHIO SESSA. [Poesia] (cm.13) piena pergamena originale con unghie e tracce di lacci, lievi usure. -- cc. 24 nn., cc. 290, cc. 14 nn. + 1 carta bianca. Elegante carattere corsivo, fregi e capilettera xilografici. Dedica ad Aurelio Porcelaga. La prima edizione rarissima è del 1558; opera assai fortunata della quale Scipione Maffei scrisse: " Sarà sempre atta, fra le altre, per se sola ad invaghir di poesia chiunque avrà fior d' ingegno". Rara edizioncina mancante al BM. STC. Tracce di polvere al frontis e lieve alone marginale alle prime carte, altrimenti buon esemplare. ADAMS R 952.[f28] . buono. Rilegato. 1586.
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2009-03-05 00:13:16
CICERONE MARCO TULLIO - VICTORIUS PETRUS - MANUTIUS PAULUS - FERRARIUS HIERONYMUS - FAERNUS GABRIEL - LAMEINUS DIONYSIUS - MURETUS MARC. ANT. - HOTOMANUS FRANCISCUS - AUGUSTINUS ANTONIUS - PANTAGATHUS OCTAVIUS - GRUCHIUS NICOLAUS - SIGONIUS CAROLUS
Gryphium Ant., Lugduni (Lione), 1586. Pagine: 540+44 . Illustrazioni: Marca tipografica all'ultima pagina . Formato: 24° . Rilegatura: Cartonato pelle . Stato: Discreto . Caratteristiche: 28 orazioni. Tarlo non troppo invasivo a 50 pagine.Bei disegni calligrafici nell'ultima pagina ad inchiostro. Bruniture. Firme d'appartenenza e scritte. Copertina guasta. Da restaurare.Foto disponibili .
Bookseller: Libreria Scripta Manent [ALBENGA, SV, Italy]
2009-02-20 02:19:24
Piotto Giovanni Battista
In Aedibus Franc. Sexalli, 1586. 2 opere in un vol. in-4° (212x155mm), pp. 180 nn. di indice bicolonne, 434, (2). Segue: Giovanni Battista Piotto, "De Blasphemia Tractatus... Continensetiam plures declarationes Constitutionum Dominij Mediolani", Novariae, in aedibus Francisci Sexalli, 1586, pp. 71. Legatura coeva in p. pergamena molle con legacci e titolo manoscritto in antico al dorso. Fresco esemplare in ottimo stato conservativo. Ex-libris moderno. Seconda edizione del "Tractatus de in Litem Iurando" (la prima era stata impressa dallo stesso Sesalli nel 1557) ed edizione originale del "Tractatus De Plasphemiis" (richiamato nel frontespizio della prima opera), pubblicato postumo per le cure del figlio dell'autore (Novara, 1518-ivi, 1570). Le opere del Piotto conobbero notevole diffusione anche fuori dall'àmbito strettamente locale e contengono molti riferimenti alle Constitutiones Dominii Mediolanensis del 1541 promulgate da Carlo V, sistematica codificazione delle norme giuridiche relative al Ducato di Milano e alle terre ad esso appartenenti. Copiosissimo l'indice analitico preliminare, che, lungi dall'essere una mera compilazione, comprende al proprio interno diverse piccole disquisizioni, come nella voce "Novaria Civitas", lunga ben 18 pp. e costituente una compendiosa storia della città di Novara. Bersano Begey, nn. 2141 (le cita come opere a se stanti). Argelati, 1475. Manca a STC Italian Books e all'Adams. Latino
Bookseller: Gilibert [Italy]
2008-12-02 21:08:11
Cochem - Münstermaifeld -
Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg, 1586. Ca. 37 x 42 cm. Oberer Blattrand etwas wellig beschnitten, kl. Rostfleck in der Darstellung von Münstermaifeld. Zwei detailreiche Ansichten auf einem Blatt. Die älteste Ansicht von Cochem zeigt die Stadt mit der Burg und der Pestkapelle, der Ort wird beherrscht von der Pfarrkirche St. Martin. Rechts, nordwestlich von Cochem über dem Endertbachtal, auf einem Felskegel die Winneburg. Münstermaifeld wird aus der Vogelschau gezeigt. Die Stadt wird umgeben von einer Stadtmauer und einem Graben. Daran angrenzend sind Felder dargestellt. Links und rechts oben sind Wappen abgebildet. Rechts unten befindet sich eine Legende, daneben ein Meilenzeiger mit Zirkel. Das Blatt erschien in den "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" von Braun und Hogenberg. Mit lateinischem Rückentext.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2008-11-17 14:49:54
Boccaccio, Giovanni.
Venice: Presso Gio. Battista Bonfadio, , 1586. 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson Books, A.B.A.A. [Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.]
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
- apresso Giambattista Sessa & fratelli, In Venetia (Venise) 1586, in-12 (15,3x10cm), 11ff., relié. - Neue Ausgabe nach dem Original von 1562. Rare. Brunet II, 789 dargestellt. Ausgabe kursiv zwanzig Figuren in und aus neugierig Objekte einschließlich Text kombiniert Buchstaben. Ein Exemplar in der Bibliothek von Manchester, haben wir nichts in Frankreich und Deutschland gefunden. Pergament Vollzeit, glatt zurück und so lange Manuskript Stift. Eine Träne auf dem Rücken (1 cm). Seiten wieder das Sorgerecht hat Titelseite durch zwei kleine Stücke von Papier auf der Rückseite verstärkt. Lodovico Dolce (1508-1568), Gelehrter und Humanist venezianischen beschäftigte Ausgaben der klassischen italienischen Texten (Dante, Petrarca ...) in Zusammenarbeit mit Ferrari Verleger und erneuert das Genre, das seinen Stempel trägt. Er übersetzte die Metamorphosen italienischen und schrieb mehrere Dialoge, auf dem ein Malerei Vasari und Aretino, und ein anderer auf den Farbeigenschaften. Er schrieb, wie Theaterstücke. Das allgemeine Thema des Dialogs ist das Okkulte, Astrologie. - [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 manuscrit en long à la plume. Une déchirure sur le dos (1 cm). Pages de garde restaurées, la page de titre a été renforcée de deux petits b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [France]
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