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2017-11-23 02:11:54
Hendrick van CLEEVE
1587 - Veduta inserita nella raccolta "Ruinarum varii prospectus, ruriumque aliquot delineationes". Hendrick van Cleve o Cliven III, figlio e allievo di William van Cleve, si trasferisce in Italia nella metà del XVI secolo; oltre ad un dipinto raffigurante una veduta di Roma, datato 1550, realizza un cospicuo numero di disegni che serviranno come modelli per l’opera incisa, realizzata al ritorno ad Anversa e pubblicata da Philip Galle nel 1587. Le vedute, che raffigurano principalmente Roma ma anche altre città europee, recano in basso l’iscrizione "Henri. Cliven. inven." o "Henri Cliven pingebat" che ne attestano la derivazione ma non l'autografia. Incisione al bulino, bella impressione su carta vergata coeva, in ottimo stato di conservazione. A nice view taken from the rare "Ruinarum vari prospectus ruriumq. Aliquot delinationes series". Hendrick van Cleve or Cliven III, son and pupil of William van Cleve, moved to Italy in the second half of the XVI century; besides a painting depicting a view of Rome (1550), he realized a considerable amount of drawing which he afterwards used as preparatory for the engravings he realized in Antwerp and published by Philip Galle in 1587. The views, whose main subject is Rome but there are also other European cities, bear the inscription "Henri. Cliven. inven." or "Henri Cliven pingebat" on lower part, which testify their origin, but not necessarily the fact that he realized them. Engraving, good impression on contemporary laid pape, very good conditions. Hollstein 36 Dimensioni
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-11-22 21:19:05
CASAS, CRISTOBAL DE LA
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
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2017-11-22 21:18:41
CASAS, CRISTOBAL DE LA
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2017-11-22 21:07:49
VIERI Francesco de.
Florence, Giorgio Marescotti, 1587 ; in-8 de 157-[1] pp., vélin souple de l'époque. Édition originale de toute rareté. L'ouvrage est dédié au grand-duc de Toscane François de Médicis, qui avait commandé le jardin de Pratolino. Ce jardin extraordinaire symbolisait par sa conception les vicissitudes de la vie : labyrinthes, fabriques, grottes, automates, etc. Vignette héraldique sur le titre et nombreux ornements gravés sur bois. Ex-libris manuscrit daté 1590 Hieronymus Hoffman. Quelques petites perforations peu graves et piqûres. La couverture de vélin est assez abîmée, avec des manques. Quelques traces de coups de couteau dans la marge inférieure font penser à une lacération volontaire par décision de justice. Absent de Graesse et de Brunet. Inconnu au catalogue OPAC SBN des bibliothèques italiennes.
Bookseller: Anne Lamort Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2017-11-22 20:32:10
Pisanelli Baldassarre
In Bergamo, Per Comino ventura e Compagni, 1587. In 8°, pena pergamena coeva, tit. manoscritto al dorso, pp.(8nn)-152. Marca tipografica xilografata al front. con motto "Bona fortunae". Numerosi capilettera xilografati. Disamina accurata delle virtù e difetti dei più comuni cibi, frutte e liquori. Insegnamenti per la preparazione e la cottura. Consigli per la scelta degli alimenti. Di ogni cibo é riportata la storia e la considerazione di esso presso antichi medici. Pisanelli, medico attivo a Bologna nel XVI Secolo, descrisse natura, usi e qualità di frutta, liquori, carni, pesci, formaggi, ecc. e dedicò un ultima sezione del suo lavoro al vino. La carta L3 è erroneamente segnata A3. Antica firma di appartenenza al foglio di guardia anteriore, piccola mancanza rimarginata al margine biuanco inferiore del front. (parzialmente si intravete antica firma di possesso asportata). Paleari Henssler p. 579; Westbury p. 174.
Bookseller: TABERNA LIBRARIA - ALAI - ILAB [Pistoia, Italy]
2017-11-22 20:32:10
ALBERGATI Fabio
per Comino Ventura, 1587. cm.13x19. pp.(32) 318. bella marca tip. xil. al front. con la Fortuna in piedi su un pesce. in ricca cornice architett.. con motto: "Bona fortuna". numerosi capilett. xil. P. perg. coeva. Forellini di tarlo al marg. bianco del front. e di un paio di carte successive e delle ultime 2 carte: nell'ultima carta sono interessate anche alcune lettere al marg. Arross. e lievi fioriture. Le cc. preliminari. oltre alle tavole degli indici. contengono la nota edit. "A' Lettori": "Il comporre le paci e il riconciliare gli animi nemici. benigni lettori. è non solamente opera virtuosa. ma eziandio tanto christiana. che l'istesso autore della salute nostra. Gesù Christo. ci ha più volte predicato questa s. pace... Fra quali hora si sente a celebrare molto da gli intendenti di questa professione il sig. Fabio Albergati. gentilhuomo bolognese. come quello che in questo suo trattato ha non solo tenuto in ordine distinto. ma... ha elevato ancora dall'opinione de gli huomini molti pareri che forse non troppo benintesi havevano...". L'op. è divisa in 4 libri: Libro I: Che cos'è la pace?; Dell'offese che si possono fare ai beni humani; Da quale offesa nascono i contrasti fra privati e che nascono da quella dell'honore; Della cagione dell'honore; Che cosa sia la felicita; Come l'offesa dell'honore noccia alla felicità;... Libro II: Chi possa offendere altri ne gli honori de' beni del corpo; Chi possa offendere altri ne gli honori de' beni esterni; Chi possa offendere altri ne gli honori de' beni dell'animo; Se possa cadere fra 'l padre e il figliuolo offesa che debba p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Magnanet [IT]
2017-11-22 20:27:25
HUTTER, ELIAS
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Spinoza [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
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2017-11-22 20:16:49
CASAS, CRISTOBAL DE LA
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
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2017-11-22 19:54:09
SENEQUE [Sénèque le rhéteur]
parisDupuys 1587 -in-folio plein-veau 2 Parties en 1 volume, reliure d'époque plein veau brun in-folio (binding full calfskin in-folio), dos à nerfs (spine with raised bands), le cuir du dos est absent, les plats quasiment inexistants sont à restaurer, reliure à restaurer entièrement, toutes tranches lisses (all edges smoothes), signature Ex-Libris manuscrite à l'encre brune en bas de la marque de l'Editeur : Mgr Franciscus Delommeau, texte en latin, sans illustrations (no illustration) sauf une grande vignette marque de l'Editeur "à la Fontaine" gravée sur bois (engraving-wood) en noir en bas de la page de titre sur la moitié de la page + Bandeaux historiés gravés sur bois (engraving-wood) en noir + lettrines ornées superbes gravées sur bois (engraving-wood) en noir(dropped initial), Trés Bon Etat Intérieur, [ XXVIII-2 fnch.-668 p.-31 fnch. (index)-668 ] + [ 216 p.-11 fnch.] Pages, 1587 Paris Apud Iacobum Dupuys et apud Dionysium Duvallium Editeurs,Note(s) : La 1re partie contient le texte des Oeuvres du Philosophe, avec, en plus, les "Epigrammata", précédé des mêmes pièces que dans l'édition précédente, en tête desquelles le "De Seneca judicium" d'Érasme, et suivies des "Castigationes" de F. Pincianus, des "Scholia in Ludum de morte Claudii" de Beatus Rhenanus, des "Annotationes in eunden" de Hadrianus Junius, des "Annotationes in Senecam" d'Érasme, et des "Collectanea et Notae" de J. Opsopoeus. La 2e partie, contenant les Oeuvres du Rhéteur, ayant titre, adresse et pagination propres est décrite séparément à l'article de cet auteur .....Autre(s) auteur(s) : Le Fèvre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard [France, Nantes]
2017-11-22 19:30:17
CASAS, CRISTOBAL DE LA
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
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2017-11-22 19:26:04
Ortelius, Abraham
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints [U.S.A.]
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2017-11-22 19:21:12
HOLINSHED, Raphael
John Harrison, George Bishop, Rafe Newberie, Henrie Denham and Thomas Woodcocke, 1587. Folio, 3 vols, [vol. 1] pp. (viii) 250, (viii) 9-61, (xi) 183 (iii) 3-464 (xxxviii). [vol. 2] (iv) 202 (xvi) : (vi) 798. [vol. 3] (ii) 799-1592 (lviii). - Vol.1: A5(lacking first blank), B-X6, Y4, A-E6, A-Q6, R2, A-V6, 2A-2N6, 2O4, 2P-2Q6, 2R5 (with original cancel), 2S-2T6. A6, *6, ¶7 (lacking blank). Vol 2: Y5+6, A-Q6, R5 (lacking blank), B8 (all assembled from vol I). A6, B-V6, 2A-2V6, 3A-3V6, 4A-4G6, 4H1. Vol 3: *1, (lacking third title, replaced here with part title) 4H2-6, 4I-4V6, 5A-5V6, 6A-6V6, 7A-7N6, 7O3 (lacking blank). C-F6, G5 (Lacking last blank). Cancel leaves replaced, from the 1723 edition, in vol. I on 2Q3-4 and 2S2-5 and in vol. 3 on 7A-7I6, 7l 2-5, G3-5. Mostly Black letter, double column. general title within vine and tendril architectural woodcut border inscribed N.H. (supposedly the miniaturist Nicholas Hilliard, McKerrow & Ferguson 148), part title (repeated) within architectural woodcut border comprising arch, termini, figures and fruit and satyrs at sides (copied from the frame of Holbein's portrait of Erasmus) McKerrow & Ferguson 122, part-title (repeated) within elaborate woodcut cartouche with fruit and flowers (McKerrow & Ferguson 147), vol. 3 t-p, replaced with part title, some large ornate woodcut initials and ornaments, printer's woodcut device on verso of last, pencil inscription on vol. I front free endpaper: "From Lord Londesbrough's Library", (Londesbrough was one of the richest peers in England) armorial bookplates of Theod. H. Broadhead on front past … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2017-11-22 19:12:41
Bünting, Heinrich:]
Ambrosius Kirchner, Wittenberg, 1587. Holzschnitt, 26,5 x 33,5 cm, Blattgröße 31 x 38 cm. Darstellung von Afrika, am oberen Blattrand die Inseln Sardinnien, Sizilien, Malta und Kreta. - Das Blatt stammt aus: Bünting, Itinerarium Sacrae Scripturae: Das ist, Ein Reisebuch; uber die gantze heilige Schrift, in zwey Bücher getheilet. - Heinrich Bünting, 1545 - 1606, lutherischer Theologe. Seine Reisebeschreibung erschien bis ins 18. Jahrhundert hinein in mehr als 60 Auflagen. - Papier altersbedingt gebräunt. Einige Flecken und Wurmlöcher. An der linken und rechten Blattseite leicht ausgerissener Rand. Gleichmäßiger, kräftiger Abdruck. Ausdrucksstark in dieser plakativen Strichführung mit den geographischen Ungenauigkeiten und Abstraktionen sowie den teilweise naiv anmutenden Illustrationen. 202 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn [Lübeck, Germany]
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2017-11-19 15:16:13
POLIDORO Virgilio -
Firenze, Filippo e Iacopo Giunti, 1587, in-4to (cm. 23,5 x 16,5) legatura in mezza pergamena non recente, anticamente applicate al dorso alcune belle etichette ed incisioni, pp. (24)-426-(46 di indici, di 48, manca l'ultima carta con il registro). Marca tipografica al frontespizio. Frontespizio e diverse pagine brunite. Prima versione italiana, di questo opera del grande umanista urbinate sui primordi delle arti e delle scienze, e degli inventori di ogni cosa; particolarmente interessante la parte dedicata alle scienze ed ai vari mestieri: agricoltura, tessitura, medicina, enologia, metallurgia, aritmetica, architettura, astrologia, navigazione, geometria, musica, arte del vetro, monetazione, ecc. Gamba, n. 1745; Razzolini, p. 272; Olschki, Choix, XII/n. 19787. Ex libris Gustavo Tassoni.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già  Naturalistica [Italy]
2017-11-18 09:57:52
Polidoro Virgilio-
Used. Firenze, Filippo e Iacopo Giunti, 1587, in-4to (cm. 23,5 x 16,5) legatura in mezza pergamena non recente, anticamente applicate al dorso alcune belle etichette ed incisioni, pp. (24)-426-(46 di indici, di 48, manca l'ultima carta con il registro). Marca tipografica al frontespizio. Frontespizio e diverse pagine brunite. Prima versione italiana, di questo opera del grande umanista urbinate sui primordi delle arti e delle scienze, e degli inventori di ogni cosa; particolarmente interessante la parte dedicata alle scienze ed ai vari mestieri: agricoltura, tessitura, medicina, enologia, metallurgia, aritmetica, architettura, astrologia, navigazione, geometria, musica, arte del vetro, monetazione, ecc. Gamba, n. 1745; Razzolini, p. 272; Olschki, Choix, XII/n. 19787. Ex libris Gustavo Tassoni.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA PIANI [Italy]
2017-11-15 12:05:00
1587. Antique print, titled: 'Tabula Ducatus Brabantiae.' - Detailed map of the southern part of The Netherlands and the northern part of Belgium with Antwerp and Brussels. In the corner top left in Holland with Rotterdam partly on the map. Small cartouche with a coat of arms. Copperplate engraving / etching on hand laid paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Nicolaes Visscher' after an anonymous artist. The Visscher family were art and map dealers in Amsterdam during the 17th century. Funded by C. J. Visscher (1587-1652), the business was continued by his son and grandson both named Nicolas. Nicolas Visscher I was born 1618 in Wenns, Austria. He died 1679 in Linz. After the death of Nicolas II, his widow passed the business to Pieter Schenk. Condition: Good, given age. Margins cropped close to the platemark. A few light creases. Sheet backed with a thin Japanese paper (to reinforce margins). Original middle fold as issued. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-P1-19 The overall size is ca. 22.2 x 19.1 inch. The image size is ca. 21.8 x 18.6 inch. The overall size is ca. 56.5 x 48.5 cm. The image size is ca. 55.4 x 47.3 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-14 08:22:25
January 13, 1587. <div><br></div>Decorative 16th Century Printed Decree, in Latin, one page, 11" x 16", January 13, 1587, with three coats-of arms at the top. The initial <i>"I"</i> of the text bears an engraving of Icarus descending. Partially and roughly translated: <i>"Decreed Over All Military Branches...D. Henricus Card[inal] Caetanus of Good qualities Appoints a Deputy...to lead out colonists... to be classed among , and elected upon...Especially according to the order..."</i>. With a lengthy untranslated manuscript addition on the verso. Minor wear and soiling as expected. About fine.
Bookseller: University Archives [U.S.A.]
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2017-11-13 10:47:42
Tradel, Georg] (Mitwirkung).
Augsburg: Valentin Sch�nigk, 1587. Augsburg: Valentin Schönigk, 1587. hardcover. Gut. 8vo. (ca. 21 x 16 cm). Moderner Pappband, 104 n.n. Bll. VD 16, A 4123 u. ZV 875. - Stellungnahmen des (katholisch dominierten) Augsburger Rates zu der im Jahr zuvor erschienen Schrift "Augspurgische Handel, So sich daselbsten wegen der Religion..." von Georg Mylius (Müller, 1548-1607), dem ehemaligen Superintendenten und Pfarrer von St. Anna. Mylius hatte sich 1584 gegen das umstrittene Vorgehen des Rates bei der Einführung des Gregorianischen Kalenders gestellt und mußte im Zuge der Auseinandersetzungen die Stadt verlassen. Zur Eskalation des Kalenderstreits und den Hintergründen vgl. Schurak, Sebastian. Der Augsburger Kalenderstreit: Ausdruck religiöser Zerwürfnisse oder politische Revolte ? München, 2008. - Der einfache Einband aus dem 20. Jh. nur geringfügig berieben. Buchblock am Anfang und am Ende mit schwachem Wasserand, die ersten und letzten Seiten etwas angeschmutzt, Ecken teilweise fleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dr. Wolfgang Wanzke [Augsburg, Germany]
2017-11-10 10:14:36
Vredeman de Vries, Hans:
Amsterdam, [?], 1587. Folge von 11 Kupferstichen. 26 x 35 cm. 6 Bl. mit 11 Kupferstichen. Es handelt sich um die Stiche 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8. Auf den Rückseiten der ersten 5 Stiche sind weitere Stiche aufgeklebt: "Dorica", "Ionica" (2 verschiedene), "Corintha" (2 verschiedene) . Neuer Kartoneinband (Softcover) in Einschlagmappe. Nach sorgfältiger Restaurierung (Protokoll wird mitgeliefert) stabiler sauberer Zustand. Seiten teils stärker angefleckt, teils mit kl. angefaserten Fehlteilen., wenige im Bereich der Abb. Vorgebunden ein Blatt mit Schrift und Geheimschriftübungen in rot von alter Hand in französischer Sprache, mit Datum 1609. Von dieser Hand sind alle Blätter verso rechts oben durchgehend röm. nummeriert. Wohl aus der Auflage 1587, die von Theodor Galle 1587 in Antwerpen veröffentlicht wurde. Die Kupferstiche zeigen Entwürfe zu typischen Renaissancegärten. [Hortorum Formae Vredemann Johannes] Sprache: Latein. Bitte beachten: Die angegebenen Versandkosten gelten für den Versand als Büchersendung (bis 1 kg). Wiegen Buch und Verpackung mehr, können die Versandkosten innerhalb von Deutschland 5,00 Euro. Sie werden von uns vor Versand nochmals darauf hingewiesen. [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Bibliotheca Botanica [Adendorf, Germany]
2017-11-06 16:24:09
TASSO TORQUATO.
Ad Istanza di Giulio Vassalini,, In Venetia, 1587. Cm. 19,5, cc. (4) 108. Grande vignetta al frontespizio, capolettera e testate in xilografia. Legatura del tempo in piena pergamena rigida, dorso a nervi con titoli manoscritti. Qualche macchietta limitata al frontespizio, peraltro esemplare assai genuino e ben conservato. Edizione originale di questo importante trattato di poetica. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2017-11-06 16:24:09
TASSO TORQUATO.
Ad Istanza di Giulio Vassalini, 1587. Cm. 19,5, cc. (4) 108. Grande vignetta al frontespizio, capolettera e testate in xilografia. Legatura del tempo in piena pergamena rigida, dorso a nervi con titoli manoscritti. Qualche macchietta limitata al frontespizio, peraltro esemplare assai genuino e ben conservato. Edizione originale di questo importante trattato di poetica.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2017-11-05 22:53:22
Hendrick van CLEEVE
1587 - Veduta inserita nella raccolta "Ruinarum varii prospectus, ruriumque aliquot delineationes". Hendrick van Cleve o Cliven III, figlio e allievo di William van Cleve, si trasferisce in Italia nella metà del XVI secolo; oltre ad un dipinto raffigurante una veduta di Roma, datato 1550, realizza un cospicuo numero di disegni che serviranno come modelli per l’opera incisa, realizzata al ritorno ad Anversa e pubblicata da Philip Galle nel 1587. Le vedute, che raffigurano principalmente Roma ma anche altre città europee, recano in basso l’iscrizione "Henri. Cliven. inven." o "Henri Cliven pingebat" che ne attestano la derivazione ma non l'autografia. Incisione al bulino, bella impressione su carta vergata coeva, in ottimo stato di conservazione. A nice view taken from the rare "Ruinarum vari prospectus ruriumq. Aliquot delinationes series". Hendrick van Cleve or Cliven III, son and pupil of William van Cleve, moved to Italy in the second half of the XVI century; besides a painting depicting a view of Rome (1550), he realized a considerable amount of drawing which he afterwards used as preparatory for the engravings he realized in Antwerp and published by Philip Galle in 1587. The views, whose main subject is Rome but there are also other European cities, bear the inscription "Henri. Cliven. inven." or "Henri Cliven pingebat" on lower part, which testify their origin, but not necessarily the fact that he realized them. Engraving, good impression on contemporary laid pape, very good conditions. Dimensioni 242 178mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-10-30 16:24:08
Tasso Torquato
appresso Giulio Vassalini, 1587. 12mo (cm. 13), 1 c.nn., 203 cc. con il ritratto del Tasso al verso della seconda carta. Legatura posteriore in piena pergamena antica. Frontespizio con un restauro che elimina le ultime frasi del titolo (da noi inserite in parentesi, v. sopra), altrimenti ottimo esemplare. Edizione molto rara in cui sono pubblicati, oltre al Dialogo della Poesia toscana, il Dialogo dell’Amore, il Dialogo della Nobiltà, il Dialogo della Dignità, il Secretario (questo,presumibilmente, in prima edizione) ed il Discorso del maritarsi. Non in Adams, né in Br. Libr.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.
2017-10-28 12:49:20
(RASTELL, W.) (W. RASTAL).:
London, printed for Christopher Barker, Printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, 1587. France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. VVith marginall notes, and a table of necessarie vse newlie added herevnto. Volume I and a small part of Volume 2, 1587 edition, 4to in eights, approximately 270 x 195 mm, 10½ x 7½ inches, broad decorative border to title page, elegant pictorial head- and tailpieces, historiated initials, printed in black letter, pages: [28], 1-1043, [1], 1-198 of 786 of Volume 2, finishing ANNO SEPTIMO, bound in full old calf, triple blind ruled border to covers, raised bands to spine, blind rules, ink hand lettered title to spine, stamped initals "H A" to upper cover. Boards slightly stained and slightly worn on edges and corners, upper hinge starting to crack next to some raised bands, very small crack at top of hinges, tiny chip at top of lower hinge, front pastedown missing, 2 early inscriptions on front endpaper which is browned at edges and is laid down on paper, initial blank present with a repaired closed tear, some upper margins trimmed, no loss of print, small pale damp stain to some upper margins and to a few fore-edge margins, closed tear on page 1013, neatly repaired without loss, a little brown spotting to lower inner margin of pages 2 and 3 (second sequence). A very good clean, tight, sturdy copy, lacking most of Volume 2I as noted. The Statutes begin with Henry III and Magna Carta, and continue to the reign of Henry VIII, followed in Volume II to the seventh year of the reign of Edward VI. Sweet and Maxwell, Volume I, page 352, No. 18. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2017-10-28 11:15:17
1587. Antique print, titled: 'Americae Septentrionalis ampla insula ; a Christophoro Columbo detecta, in suas gubernationes peraccurate distincta' - Large and detailed map of the island divided in thirteen precincts. Great detail of the topography, settlements, and plantations. With stunning title cartouche, compass rose and scale. Etching / engraving with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Nicolaes Visscher' after an anonymous artist. The Visscher family were art and map dealers in Amsterdam during the 17th century. Funded by C. J. Visscher (1587-1652), the business was continued by his son and grandson both named Nicolas. Nicolas Visscher I was born 1618 in Wenns, Austria. He died 1679 in Linz. After the death of Nicolas II, his widow passed the business to Pieter Schenk. Condition: Good, given age. Some vertical creases. Neatly repaired paper separation lower middle fold. A few small spots. Original middle fold as issued. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: Overasselt-Lade 10-15 The overall size is ca. 24.3 x 21.1 inch. The image size is ca. 23.3 x 20.3 inch. The overall size is ca. 61.8 x 53.6 cm. The image size is ca. 59.1 x 51.5 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-28 09:28:55
CHOLIERES, (Jean Dagoneau, Seigneur de) Also NICOLAS DE CHOLIERES.:
Paris, Jean Richer, 1587. SECOND EDITION 1587 (first was 1585), French text. 12mo, approximately 135 x 80 mm, 5¼ x 3 inches, printer's pictorial device on title page, a few woodcut head- and tailpieces and initials, leaves: (8), 291, (1), numbered on rectos only, bound in full crushed olive green morocco, triple ruled gilt borders to covers with tiny gilt flower at corners, gilt rules to spine with small gilt lozenge in compartments, gilt titled red morocco label, all edges gilt, ornate gilt decoration to inner dentelles (turn ins), deep pink endpapers. Spine sunned to a tan colour, otherwise binding in very good state, small armorial bookplate of John Chamier on front pastedown, 2 small pale ink marks on title page, some upper margins trimmed not affecting running title, a few pages lightly age-browned, tiny worm track to lower margin from fo. 93-119, small dark spot to fo. 140, no loss of text. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy. Details about the life of Le Sieur de Cholieres (1509?-1592?) has been the subject of considerable research with little outcome. His family name may have been Dagoneau or Dagonneau and he may have been a lawyer at the parliament of Grenoble. He was certainly an erudite "gentilhomme" and poet who devoted himself to the study of science, literature and art. The discussions he embarks on in Les Apres-Disnees, which are full of information on the customs and manners of his day, are a vehicle for his humour and non-conformism which he claims show him to be a modest pupil of the great Rabelais. In this volume he tackles 9 subjects: 1. Du veiller … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2017-10-28 08:17:12
GODEFROY Denis - LAIMARIE Guillaume - THEOPHILUS (Antecessore)
Institutiones Theophilo antecessore, Graeco interprete. Imper. Iustiniani Institutionum libri IIII. Paratitla & notae ad eundem Theophilum Graecum, Latinúmque ipsis Institutionibus Latinis hek parallēlou coniunctum commissúmque. Graeca titulorum de verborum significatione, et de regvlis iuris fragmenta hinc & inde collecta. S. l. (Genève), Apud Guillelmum Laemarium - 1587. 2 parties en 1 volume. 308 et 329 pages suivi d'un Index. Grec ancien et latin. Bandeaux, lettrines ornés. Ex-libris aux armes. Reliure hollandaise plein vélin souple à débordement. Dos muet. Impression grecque et latine sur 3 colonnes et glose. Titre sur la tranche de tête. Petites attaques de vers sans gravité. Mouillures. Pas de rousseur. Bon état. Format in-4°(25x17).Théophile dit "Le Professeur" (Antecessor) vivait au VIe siècle. Il enseignait le droit à Constantinople et fut chargé par Justinien de rédiger un ouvrage élémentaire de droit romain ou institutes dont il donna également une paraphrase grecque. Redécouvert au début du XVIe siècle, cet ouvrage connut la faveur des commentateurs. Une des plus importante de ses éditions fut celle de Denis Godefroy, dont la présente édition qui se singularise par la présence de deux finales sur le vocabulaire (De verborum significatione) et les règles de droit (De regulis juris). Empereur d'Orient (de Byzance) de 527 à 565. - Neveu et principal collaborateur de Justin Ier, il fut associé à l'Empire en 527 avant d'accéder au trône la même année. - Originaire d'une famille grecque romanisée d'Illyrie, ou d'une famille illyrienne romanisée e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres et Collections P. Commerot [France, Sèvres]
2017-10-28 07:52:48
Romei, Annibale
Vittorio Baldini. 8° (148x95 mm). [8], 108, [4] pp. Woodcut printer?s device on title; woodcut head- and tailpieces; historiated initials. Cartonnage d?attente, manuscript title on spine. Leaves somewhat toned, otherwise an excellent copy. From 1571 to 1587 a large corpus of earthquake treatises, mostly vernacular, were written and published in and around Ferrara. The very rare Dialogo by the Ferrarese courtier Romei ? only seven copies known in the Italian institutional libraries and only one recorded in OCLC (Illinois) ? is the latest to have been printed in the 16th century, and represents a relevant source, devoted to the history and causes, from an Aristotelian standpoint, of earthquakes in general.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-28 01:29:22
[Tradel, Georg].
1587. (104) Bll. Titel in rot und schwarz. Schwarz gefärbter flexibler Pergamentskriptband der Zeit auf 3 durchzogenen Bünden mit goldgepr. Deckelfileten, Eckfleurons und Ornamentstempel an den Deckeln sowie hs. Rückenschildchen. Bindebänder fehlen. 4to. Seltene Druckvariante der Erstausgabe mit rot-schwarz gedrucktem Titel. Über VD 16 nur 3 Exemplare dieser Variante nachweisbar (Göttingen, Jena, ÖNB). - Offizielle Gegendarstellung des Augsburger Rates zur im Vorjahr erschienenen Schrift "Augspurgische Händel" des ehemaligen Augsburger Pastors und Superintendenten Georg Mylius (eigtl. Müller, 1548-1607). Die Stadt wehrt sich gegen die darin erhobenen Vorwürfe und rechtfertigt die Ausweisung des protestantischen Theologen: Mylius hatte sich, als Papst Gregor XIII. 1582 den gregorianischen Kalender verordnete und Augsburg aus Kaisertreue die Reform übernahm, an die Spitze der örtlichen protestantischen Widerstandsbewegung gestellt, die den neuen Kalender zumindest für das Kirchenjahr boykottierte. "Darüber erbost, ließ der [Augsburger] Senat [Mylius] durch Bewaffnete aus der Stadt bringen, aber die Bürger befreiten ihn und führten ihn im Triumph zurück. Doch wurde er gezwungen, am 28. Mai 1584 die Stadt zu verlassen. Mylius wandte sich nach Ulm, wo er freundliche Aufnahme fand [...] Im Juni 1585 [folgte er] einem Rufe als Prediger und Professor in Wittenberg" (ADB 23, 143). Verfasser ist lt. Holzmann/B. der Augsburger Jurist Georg Tradel (1530-98; vgl. Jöcher IV, 1291). - Hinterdeckel und letzte Bll. mit kl. Wurmgang. Titel mit alter hs. Datierung "1637". Rücken mit Spuren al … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-10-27 03:02:42
ORTELIUS, Abraham (1527-1598).
[Amsterdam]: Abraham Ortelius, 1587. Original copperplate (12 4/8 x 19 inches). UNIQUE AND EXCEPTIONALLY FINE ENGRAVED COPPERPLATE of America on an oval projection, with the title in an elaborate cartouche lower left, and the ocean decorated with many ships and a sea-monster, surrounded by a decorative border (Some scratches and scuff marks, old repair to top left of the cartouche). EXTREMELY RARE ORIGINAL COPPERPLATE FOR ORTELIUS'S IMPORTANT MAP OF THE AMERICAS. First issued in 1570, Ortelius's America 'was widely sold throughout Europe and had a great influence on the future cartography of the New World'. In the present copperplate, the outlines of South America are considerably improved and, without the bulge in Chili, are much closer to those recognised today. It almost but not entirely corresponds to the third issue of the map [Burden 64], which was the first to carry the cartographer's name. The small differences lie in an error to '270' degrees longitude here engraved '70', and in the historiated ornament at the corners. No antiquarian map issued from this plate is known. However the map published in the 1579 edition of Theatrum orbis terrarum contains the same error in numbering, and this error was presumably copied. The use of two different plates in the printing of maps is not unusual, but the differences are generally more important. We are grateful to Marcel van den Broecke for his help with this catalogue description (see also his article on this copperplate, published in Map Forum, 2005, VII, pp. 28-32). Catalogued by Kate Hunter.
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-10-26 08:10:17
1587. Antique print, titled: 'Sluys.' - The siege of the town of Sluis by the Duke of Parma in 1587. Etching on hand laid paper. Watermark: Gothic P. Description: This original antique print is one of the 'Geschichtsblatter' by Frans Hogenberg, published in Cologne, c. 1560-1623. First published in 1560 and continuously expanded account of the events in the Dutch war from the Dutch point of view.This particular print was also used in 'De Leone Belgico' by Aitzinger, but without the 12-line poem below. State: Second state of 2. Ref: FMH 413/289. Very good impressionArtists and Engravers: Made by 'Frans Hogenberg' after an anonymous artist. Frans / Franz Hogenberg (1535-1590) was a cartographer from Brabant. He drew maps for Dutch, German and English publishers. He was probably trained by his father-in-law, Hendrik Terbruggen. Hogenberg also made a large group of newsprints concerning the tumultuous second half of the 16th. century. Condition: Very good, given age. Ample margins General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCLA-A9-06 The overall size is ca. 12.9 x 9.8 inch. The image size is ca. 10.8 x 8.3 inch. The overall size is ca. 32.7 x 25 cm. The image size is ca. 27.5 x 21.1 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
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2017-10-24 15:41:40
SANGRINUS Angelus [FAGGI Angelo].
Roma, 1587. In 4to, 52 tavole (compreso il frontespizio) finemente incise in rame su disegni di Bernardino Passeri. Leg. coeva in piena pergamena floscia. Millimetriche mende all'angolo inferiore bianco delle prime 3 tavole e una firma cancellata al margine inf. bianco del frontespizio, ma per il resto genuino esemplare della raccolta delle sole tavole. Cicognara, 2138, cita un lavoro analogo con 50 tavole, sempre del Passeri, e la data 1578 (ma forse è un errore). 28.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Vecchi Libri s.a.s. [IT]
2017-10-24 14:10:05
GUICCIARDINI, Francesco.
In Venetia appresso Domenico Farri 1587 - Small 4to, ff. [xlvi], 9, [i]; 488; 111; seventeenth century English calf, worn, label missing, but cords intact. Provenance: Rowland Woodward (1573-1636), close friend of John Donne, with his characteristic signature and motto on the title page. Later in the possession of Matthew Lock - just possibly Matthew Locke (c. 1622-77), court composer to Charles II. Rowland Woodward was born in London, the son of John Woodward, a vintner; he entered Lincoln's Inn in 1591, where he was joined the following year by John Donne. Donne and Woodward - and his brother Thomas (b. 1576) - were close friends, and they exchanged verses: no fewer than nine of Donne's verse letters of 1597-1608 are addressed to the two brothers, including five to Rowland. From one of Donne's poems ('Kindly I envy thy songs perfection') it is clear that this was a two-way traffic, but none of Rowland's poems survives. As well as poetry, John Donne and Rowland Woodward shared an interest in book collecting. They were perhaps not bibliophiles in the truest sense, but the care they took to inscribe their books shows that these were prized possessions. Donne's library is reasonably well-known, although newly-identified books do occasionally appear; Woodward's is less celebrated, but it is not without interest even apart from the connexion with his famous friend. Like Donne, he chose a motto for his books, not one in English or Latin but in a modern foreign language: where Donne took his from Petrarch, Woodward used a Spanish tag, 'De juegos el meyor es con la hoja', which me … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Christopher Edwards ABA ILAB [United Kingdom]
2017-10-24 06:06:15
Francesco Guicciardini
Domenico Farri, 1587. Triplice frontespizio con marca tipografica xilografata (al frontespizio principale seguono il frontespizio del Giudicio di Thomaso Porcacchi da Castiglione Aretino sopra l'Historia di M. Francesco Guicciardini Gentil'huomo Fiorentino nel quale si discopron tutte le bellezze di questa Historia, e Dell'Historia d'Italia di M. Francesco Guicciardini Gentil'huomo Fiorentino, gli ultimi quattro libri, tre parti con numerazione delle cc indipendente). Dopo la dedica al Conte Leonardo Almarana troviamo le tavole indicate nel titolo (raccolta delle Sententie, degli autori usati da Porcacchi per il commento e delle cose più notabili), un sonetto del Porcacchi e la dedica a Cosimo de' Medici; seguono la Vita del Guicciardini di Remigio Fiorentino e il Giudicio del Porcacchi. Rara edizione cinquecentesca: la Storia del Guicciardini fu pubblicata in prima edizione nel 1561 a Firenze da Lorenzo Torrentino; la nostra edizione risulta corredata dal commento di Tommaso Porcacchi (1530-1585), storico, geografo, poeta e grecista, commento pubblicato per la prima volta a Venezia da Giorgio Angelieri nel 1574: il commento vero e proprio al testo compare nella nostra edizione come note al margine. In ottavo
Bookseller: Di Mano in Mano
2017-10-23 13:37:11
de Valencia, Gregorio:
Ingolstadii, Ex Officina Typographica Dauidis Sartorii, 1587. III Blätter, 264 Seiten und IV Bl. 8°. Geprägter Ganzledereinband der Zeit. Der Einband weist Reste von Schließen auf. Der Einband ist insbesondere am Rücken stark beschädigt, hauptsächlich durch alten Wurmbefall. Der Buchblock selber ist nur geringfügig, aber fast durchgängig, befallen, fast immer außerhalb des Satzbildes. Das relativ großzügige Format und der saubere Satz mit zahlreichen Randnoten deuten auf den Studiencharakter des Buches hin. Allerdings scheint es nicht sehr stark gebraucht geworden zu sein, da es kaum Gebrauchsspuren aufweist. Der Einband weist in seiner Prägung zahlreiche pflanzliche Ornamente auf. Das Buch weist einen gefärbten Ganzschnitt auf. Das Buch sebst befindet sich in einem relativ guten Zustand. Siehe Fotos. Versand D: 5,90 EUR
Bookseller: BerlinAntiquariat
2017-10-23 07:37:35
Hieronymus Polus excudebat, 1587. In-4° antico (207x148mm), pp. (24), 1126, legatura settecentesca p. pelle con titolo e decori floreali e fitomorfi in oro su dorso a 5 nervi. Tagli a spruzzo. Frontespizio con titolo entro elaborata bordura architettonica figurata incisa in xilografia con scene sacre. Circa 600 xilografie intercalate n.t. a un terzo di pagina, da invenzione di Holbein, Salomon ed Eskrich. Testo bicolonne. Registro al colophon. Lievemente rifilato. Annotazione di possesso in data 1832 al contropiatto. Macchia d'inchiostro marginale alle ultime decine di cc. Buon esemplare nel complesso. Cinquecentina veneziana profusamente figurata della Vulgata. STC Italian, p. 93. Adams, B-1093. EDIT16 CNCE 5801. Latino
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2017-10-21 20:23:58
CIGNANO, Ludovico.
USTC 822630 (citing Edit 16); not in Atabey; Blackmer; Howgego (neither real nor "invented and apocryphal"); Mortimer. Rare first and only edition of Italian literary musings concerning merchant voyages, including information about commerce with the Ottoman Empire, Egypt, Syria, Arabia, Persia, India and China, with references to Mecca, Constantinople, Cairo and other cities. There are seven numbered chapters (each called a "Spatio"). One discusses a voyage to the East Indies and many refer to real places, but some of the other destinations, as well as the names of some of the people and ships, seem to be allegorical. Chapter one argues for the benefits of travel abroad in general. Chapter 2, discusses the voyage of two ships to the East Indies and mentions many real places along the way and beyond. Chapter 3 concerns the ship Pistri. Chapter 4 describes a voyage to "Tana" by "Mandrilio" (a baboon?), "Quintilius" (the unfortunate Roman general?) and "Fausto" (Doctor Faustus?). Chapter 5 concerns the voyage of the ship Castorea and mentioning Mecca and Arabic and Persian merchants. Chapter 6 offers advice in the form of ten rules "che gli furno date da Medici". Chapter 7 names ten (fictitious?) academic doctors and (satirically?) presents the "elegantissime conclusioni con loro dottrina".Washed by the 19th-century binder but book and binding in very good condition. A charmingly bound copy of a rare and curious work on the Near and Far East.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Netherlands]
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2017-10-20 09:52:37
Lupicini A.
In Firenze, appresso Giorgio Marescotti, 1587, in-4, privo di brossura, pp. 15, [1]. Con marca editoriale in xilografia sul frontespizio. Esistono anche esemplari con data 1586 (stesso formato, stessa paginazone e stessa impronta). Riccardi 1/II 59. 10 esemplari censiti in Edit16.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2017-10-20 09:30:07
Hieronymus Polus excudebat, Venetiis 1587 - In-4° antico (207x148mm), pp. (24), 1126, legatura settecentesca p. pelle con titolo e decori floreali e fitomorfi in oro su dorso a 5 nervi. Tagli a spruzzo. Frontespizio con titolo entro elaborata bordura architettonica figurata incisa in xilografia con scene sacre. Circa 600 xilografie intercalate n.t. a un terzo di pagina, da invenzione di Holbein, Salomon ed Eskrich. Testo bicolonne. Registro al colophon. Lievemente rifilato. Annotazione di possesso in data 1832 al contropiatto. Macchia d'inchiostro marginale alle ultime decine di cc. Buon esemplare nel complesso. Cinquecentina veneziana profusamente figurata della Vulgata. STC Italian, p. 93. Adams, B-1093. EDIT16 CNCE 5801. Latino [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)
2017-10-16 14:43:32
GREISER, Daniel (1504-1587)
[G. Bergen], Dresden, 1587. 4to (193 x 156mm). 52pp. (of 57), unnumbered. Title printed in red and black with two heraldic devices printed about Psalm 37, all within border. Full-page engraved portrait frontispiece of Grieser in profile. 35 woodcut illustrations (views, portraits and emblems, including double-headed eagle of Holy Roman Empire) in text, engraved tail-pieces. Printed in Old German type between identical decorative band borders. Modern marbled wrappers; (browned, light marginal dampstains, edges somewhat curled, hinge weak and split in some areas, leaves lacking at end). First Edition. Daniel Grieser was an influential 16th-century Lutheran priest and pastor of Dresden in 1531. He wrote this Historia, his vitae, as a description of his own life experiences beginning in childhood, including his school and study, rise into canonical life, family history and certain disease claims. Grieser’s finely and numerously illustrated vitae includes several views of 16th-century German towns (including Dresden, Naumberg, Leipzig) and portraits of Griesen throughout his life accompanied by in-text descriptions and dates. There is also an illustrated section for prayer and several depictions of Christ’s life, Apostles and biblical scenes. Notably, Grieser relayed many important observations of his theological contemporaries, including Philip Melanchthon and Martin Luther, and messages in Church History through his autobiography. It remains an illuminating record of an individual life in 16th-century Dresden. Scarce. BM/STC German p. 370. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cove … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 14:27:04
Andreae, Jakob (1528-1590)
Tubingæ [Tübingen] Georgium Gruppenbachium 1587 [24] , 575 p. vignette gravée au feuillet c4 à la fin de la préface avec la légende " Agnus Dei qui Tollit Peccata Mundi", lettrines, notes marginales imprimées et manuscrites in-4, 17,2 x 20 cm Reliure en parchemin ivoire légèrement postérieure (début du XVIIème siècle), passants de couture et de tranchefile visibles sur les mors, titre manuscrit au dos, tranches mouchetées de bleu Exemplaire en excellent état Vignette ex-libris héraldique "South Library", avec la cote manuscrite "153, C 25", timbre héraldique à sec (celui de la " South Library"), au titre (feuillet a1), et au feuillet suivanr (a2) Nombreuses annotations manuscrites anciennes en latin dans les marges (certaines un peu atteintes par le ciseau du relieur)[Jakob Andreae, Théodore de Bèze, Comte Frédéric de Wurtemberg, Eglise de la Confession d'Augsbourg d'Alsace et de Lorraine]Édition originale de ce colloque qui se tint du 21 au 29 mars 1586 à Montbéliard afin de tenter d'y élaborer une forme de dogme commun à l'Église réformée et à la confession d'Augsbourg. Théodore de Bèze et Jacques Andreae furent les représentants des deux parties. Le Comte Frédéric (1557-1608), avait pris possession, en septembre 1577, du comté de Montbéliard. Son premier acte administratif fut de publier dans ses États la formule de Concorde, qui fixait le corpus doctrinaire luthérien; il ralluma ainsi les dissensions dans les églises montbéliardes. Ce sont ces dissensions qui rendirent nécessaire le colloque de 1586. Frédéric accédera par la suite au trône de Wurtemberg (1593). Montbéli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jean-Denis Touzot Libraire [France, Paris]
2017-10-16 14:05:04
SEISSEL (Claude de)
Paris, Chez Jacques Dupuys, 1587. Petit in-8 de de (8) ff., 73 p. mal chiffré 75 : maroquin rouge, dos à nerfs fleurdelisé, plats dorés "à la Duseuil", double encadrementde filets et fleurs de lis dorés aux angles, coupes filetées, bordures intérieures ornées d'une large dentelle dorée, tranches dorées sur marbrures (Lortic). Réimpression de l'édition de 1548 de cet ouvrage qui valut à l'auteur l'évêché de Marseille.Edition inconnue à Adams.Elégante reliure de Lortic. Graesse, Trésor de livres rares et précieux, VI, 379.
Bookseller: Librairie Tal [France, Bordeaux]
2017-10-16 13:24:53
TAILLEPIED, Noël (ca. 1540-1589)
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
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