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2020-01-17 01:06:24
Geneva Bible
Christopher Barker, 1589. Leather-bound. WITH TITLE PAGES. Geneva (Breeches) Bible Leatherbound, with hand-painted gilt around all edges of the leather. 8 1/4" x 6 3/8" WITH title pages. In English, two central columns of text, with two outer columns of notation and commentary. Essentially the first "Study Bible". Black letter edition with commentary in Roman text. Nice rebinding, probably (but not certainly) 18th century boards. As was often the case, shows trimming on top. Pages browned, some staining, some practicing of penmanship on blank pages, with one or two stray cross-out/corrections of words by owners. Owned successively by members of two families in Birmingham, England, with several pages of handwritten family history: 1673-1777, just after concusion of Revelations, on the verso of "Two Right Profitable and Fruitfull Concordances, or Large and Ample Tables Alphabetical); 1773-1777 at the conclusion of the Apocrypha, on the verso of the New Testament title page. 1832-1860 just before title page;. Very Good. The Geneva Bible is one of the most historically significant translations of the Bible into English, preceding the King James Version by 51 years.It was the primary Bible of 16th-century English Protestantism, The Puritans, and was used by William Shakespeare,Oliver Cromwell, John Knox, John Donne, and John Bunyan, author of The Pilgrim's Progress (1678).It was one of the Bibles taken to America on the Mayflower... and was the very first bible printed in Scotland. This version of the Bible is significant because, for the very first time, a mechanically printed, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ezra9 [Eugene, Oregon, US]
2020-01-16 11:46:11
1589. BOLOGNA - SILK MANUFACTURE & COMMERCE, Ordini provisioni e dichiarationi intorno alle sete, lavori, & uso di esse, cosi nell'opera bianca, come nella tinta, e drapperie, et altri particolari al detto esserciito appartenenti. Riformate, stabilite, & accomodate per benefitio della Città di Bologna dalla Santità di N.S. Papa Sisto Quinto di suo moto proprio. Pubblicate in Bologna alli 20. & reiterate alli 21. di Novembre MDLXXXIX Bologna Vittorio Benacci In 4to (mm. 225x155). Pp. 16. Segnatura: A8. Frontespizio entro cornice tipografica con al centor lo stemma in legno di papa Sisto V. Iniziale xilografica a c. A1v. Bell'esemplare in barbe. Piccolo restauro al margine inferiore della prima carta che tuttavia rimane ben distante dal testo. Lievi fioriture. Sciolto e senza legatura. La data "1589" è vergata al margine superiore del frontespizio. FIRST EDITION of these ordinances regulating the manufacture and trade of silk in the territory of Bologna, at that time belonging to the States of the Church. Indeed, among Sixtus's V (Felice Peretti, 1521-1590), first concerns after assuming the papacy, was to optimize industry and trade in the Pa- pal States. In the bull Cum sicut accepimus (May 28, 1586 - Bullarium Romanum, Turin, 1863, vol. VIII, no. XLIX, pp. 711-719) he ordered that mulberry trees had to be planted throughout the States of the Church in all gardens and vineyards, in every field and wood, over all hills and in every valley, whenev- er no corn was growing (cf. G. Tomasetti, L'arte della seta sotto Sisto V in Roma, in: "Studi e documenti di storia e diritto", 2 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-01-16 04:15:11
1589. Leggere scheda tecnica. Astronomica veterum scripta isagogica Graeca & Latina. Auct. Graeci, Procli Sphaera. Arati Solensis Phaenomena, & Prognostica. Leontius Mechanicus de constructione Arateae Spaerae ... Latini. Aratea Phaenomena com poetica interpretatione. M.T. Ciceronis, Festi Rufi Auieni, Germanici Caes., cum commentariis incerti auct. Veterum poetarum Fragmenta astronomica. C. Iuli Hygini Poeticon astronomicon. Opus non astronomiae solum, sed & poeseos studiosis apprime vtile. In officina Sanctandreana, 1589 Completo delle 48 incisioni su legno a carattere astrologico. Testo in Latino e Greco antico. Copertina rigida in cartonato con segni di usura agli angoli e al taglio esterno. Internamente buone condizioni generale con leggera brunitura delle carte. Formato 17 x 10,5 pagine 170 + 302 + 2.
Bookseller: pagineantiche (leantichecarte) [Carelli, IT]
2020-01-15 21:26:17
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer) (1512 - 1594)
1589. "ESEMPLARE DALLA PRIMA EDIZIONE DEL ATLANTIS PARS ALTERA. Interessante mappa dei Balcani orientali con le divisioni geografiche e politiche della Dalmazia, Croazia, Slavonia, Bosnia, Serbia, ecc. (attualmente Croazia, Bosnia ed Erzegovina). Acquaforte e bulino. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, meravigliosa coloritura coeva, piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Per la prima volta pubblicata nel ""Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabula geographice"" nel 1589, questa mappa proviene dalla prima edizione dell'atlante mercatoriano, ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", pubblicato nel 1595, dopo la morte del Mercator, dall'altro figlio Rumold. Successivamente è inserita in alcuni degli atlanti di Hondius fino alla sua ultima apparizione nell'edizione francese del 1633 del Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Bibliografia: Koeman p. 299/301, Me 13A." "EXAMPLE FROM THE FIRST EDITION OF ATLANTIS ALTERA PARS. An attractive map of the Eastern Balkans with the geographical & political divisions of Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Bosnia, Serbia, etc. (currently Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina). Etching and engraving. Magnificent impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, wonderful contemporary coloring, small rust, otherwise in good condition. For the first time published in ""Italy, Sclavoniae et Graeciae geographice tabula"" in 1589, this map comes from the first edition of ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", published in 1595, after the death of Mercator, the other son Rumold. Subsequently inserted in some of the Hondius atlases until h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-15 18:22:33
[MAYENNE].
[Tours]: Prins sur la copie imprimée à Paris, 8 mai 1589. In-12; 15p.; bandeau et lettrine. Reliure de Capé en demi-maroquin à coins à grain long, dos à nerfs, avec titre et date finement inscrits, plats et gardes marbrés. Pendant longtemps, Tours fut considérée comme la cité loyaliste par excellence. En 1589, durant les troubles de la Ligue, elle offre l'abri de ses murs à Henri III, en quête d'un asile sûr depuis l'assassinat du duc de Guise, et devient la capitale du royaume de France, ravagé par la guerre civile. Le 8 mai, les ligueurs, le duc de Mayenne et son armée s'emparent du faubourg Saint Symphorien sur la rive droite de la Loire. Malgré le titre optimiste de cet opuscule, qui est en réalité un écrit de propagande, l'objectif d'investir la ville et de s'emparer du roi Henry III ne fut pas atteint. Après de lourdes pertes de part et d'autre, le blocage des accès aux ponts, et l'arrivée du roi de Navarre en renfort, Mayenne dut retirer ses hommes. Henri III périra cependant le 1er août sous le couteau de Jacques Clément, et la reconquête du royaume sera faite par Henri IV, qui défait les troupes du duc de Mayenne à Arques et à Ivry, avant de se convertir au catholicisme en 1593. Pallier, 458. (cf. François Caillou, Le pouvoir royal et les ligueurs de Tours, 1589-1598)
Bookseller: Librairie des Carrés [France, Gennes]
2020-01-14 13:09:42
Rare 1589 Bible. Printed by the deputies of Christopher Barker, printer to Queen Elizabeth I. For condition please see photos. A piece of history, 430 years old.
Bookseller: indalo1980 [Abbots Langley, GB]
2020-01-12 11:56:02
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer) (1512 - 1594)
1589. Carta geografica della Sicilia, per la prima volta inserita nella seconda parte dell' Atlas del Mercatore "Italia Sclavonia et Greciae Tabula Geographicae", 1589. Il grande Atlas del Mercator si compone di tre parti, tutte edite a Duisburg tra il 1585 ed il 1595 con il testo latino al verso. Successivamente le lastre furono acquisite da Jodocus e Hendrick Hondius e da Jan Jansson, i quali, tra il 1606 ed il 1666, diedero alla luce più edizioni dello stesso atlante con numerose aggiunte e varianti. Questo esemplare proviene da una delle edizioni a cura del Hondius, testo latino, circa 1630. La carta Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Map of Sicily, published for the first time in the second part of Marcator's "Italia Sclavonia et Greciae Tabula Geographicae", 1589. Marcator's Atlas is made of three parts, all published in Duisburg between 1585 and 1595, with Latin text on verso. Afterwards, the plates have been bought by Jodocus and Hendrick Hondius and by Jan Jansson, who published many edotions of the same atlas between 1606 and 1666, with some changes. This example comes from an edition edited by Hondius, with French text, 1630 circa. Engraving, contemporary colour, in excellent condition. L. Dufour - A. La Gumina, "Imago Siciliae", p. 94; Sicilia 1477-1861 - La collezione Spagnolo- Patermo, n. 54
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-12 11:56:02
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer) (1512 - 1594)
1589. "RARO secondo stato edito da Jannsonius La carta del Mercator della Sicilia appare per la prima volta nel ""Italia, Sclavonia e Graecia"" del 1589 ed in tutte le successive riedizioni della carte mercatoriane, comprese quelle di Hondius. Questo esemplare, di secondo stato con la modifica del cartiglio e l'aggiunta di elementi decorativi quali mostri marini e vascelli, è di paternità di Jan Jannsonius che modificò la lastra e la inserì nel suo raro atlante nautico. Databile al 1636. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara." RARE second state published by Jannsonius. L. Dufour - A. La Gumina, "Imago Siciliae", p. 115
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-11 23:44:18
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer) (1512 - 1594)
1589. "ESEMPLARE DALLA PRIMA EDIZIONE DEL ATLANTIS PARS ALTERA. Acquaforte e bulino. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, meravigliosa coloritura coeva, piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Per la prima volta pubblicata nel ""Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabula geographice"" nel 1589, questa mappa proviene dalla prima edizione dell'atlante mercatoriano, ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", pubblicato nel 1595, dopo la morte del Mercator, dall'altro figlio Rumold. Successivamente è inserita in alcuni degli atlanti di Hondius fino alla sua ultima apparizione nell'edizione francese del 1633 del Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas." "EXAMPLE FROM THE FIRST EDITION OF ATLANTIS ALTERA PARS. Etching and engraving. Magnificent impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, wonderful contemporary coloring, small rust, otherwise in good condition. For the first time published in ""Italy, Sclavoniae et Graeciae geographice tabula"" in 1589, this map comes from the first edition of ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", published in 1595, after the death of Mercator, the other son Rumold . Subsequently inserted in some of the Hondius atlases until his last appearance in the French edition of 1633 of Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas." Koeman p. 299/301, Me 13A.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-11 23:44:18
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer) (1512 - 1594)
1589. "ESEMPLARE DALLA PRIMA EDIZIONE DEL ATLANTIS PARS ALTERA. Acquaforte e bulino. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, meravigliosa coloritura coeva, piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Per la prima volta pubblicata nel ""Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabula geographice"" nel 1589, questa mappa proviene dalla prima edizione dell'atlante mercatoriano, ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", pubblicato nel 1595, dopo la morte del Mercator, dall'altro figlio Rumold. Successivamente è inserita in alcuni degli atlanti di Hondius fino alla sua ultima apparizione nell'edizione francese del 1633 del Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Bibliografia: Koeman p. 299/301, Me 13A." "EXAMPLE FROM THE FIRST EDITION OF ATLANTIS ALTERA PARS. Etching and engraving. Magnificent impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, wonderful contemporary coloring, small rust, otherwise in good condition. For the first time published in ""Italy, Sclavoniae et Graeciae geographice tabula"" in 1589, this map comes from the first edition of ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", published in 1595, after the death of Mercator, the other son Rumold . Subsequently inserted in some of the Hondius atlases until his last appearance in the French edition of 1633 of Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Bibliography: p Koeman. 299/301, Me 13A."
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-11 23:44:18
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer) (1512 - 1594)
1589. ESEMPLARE DALLA PRIMA EDIZIONE DEL ATLANTIS PARS ALTERA. Acquaforte e bulino. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, meravigliosa coloritura coeva, piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Per la prima volta pubblicata nel "Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabula geographice" nel 1589, questa mappa proviene dalla prima edizione dell'atlante mercatoriano, "Atlantis Pars Altera", pubblicato nel 1595, dopo la morte del Mercator, dall'altro figlio Rumold. Successivamente è inserita in alcuni degli atlanti di Hondius fino alla sua ultima apparizione nell'edizione francese del 1633 del Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Bibliografia: Koeman p. 299/301, Me 13A. EXAMPLE FROM THE FIRST EDITION OF ATLANTIS ALTERA PARS. Etching and engraving. Magnificent impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, wonderful contemporary coloring, small rust, otherwise in good condition. For the first time published in "Italy, Sclavoniae et Graeciae geographice tabula" in 1589, this map comes from the first edition of "Atlantis Pars Altera", published in 1595, after the death of Mercator, the other son Rumold . Subsequently inserted in some of the Hondius atlases until his last appearance in the French edition of 1633 of Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Bibliography: p Koeman. 299/301, Me 13A.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-11 23:44:18
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer) (1512 - 1594)
1589. "ESEMPLARE DALLA PRIMA EDIZIONE DEL ATLANTIS PARS ALTERA. Acquaforte e bulino. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, meravigliosa coloritura coeva, piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Per la prima volta pubblicata nel ""Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabula geographice"" nel 1589, questa mappa proviene dalla prima edizione dell'atlante mercatoriano, ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", pubblicato nel 1595, dopo la morte del Mercator, dall'altro figlio Rumold. Successivamente è inserita in alcuni degli atlanti di Hondius fino alla sua ultima apparizione nell'edizione francese del 1633 del Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Bibliografia: Koeman p. 299/301, Me 13A." "EXAMPLE FROM THE FIRST EDITION OF ATLANTIS ALTERA PARS. Etching and engraving. Magnificent impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, wonderful contemporary coloring, small rust, otherwise in good condition. For the first time published in ""Italy, Sclavoniae et Graeciae geographice tabula"" in 1589, this map comes from the first edition of ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", published in 1595, after the death of Mercator, the other son Rumold . Subsequently inserted in some of the Hondius atlases until his last appearance in the French edition of 1633 of Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Bibliography: p Koeman. 299/301, Me 13A."
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-11 23:44:18
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer) (1512 - 1594)
1589. "ESEMPLARE DALLA PRIMA EDIZIONE DEL ATLANTIS PARS ALTERA. Acquaforte e bulino. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, meravigliosa coloritura coeva, piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Per la prima volta pubblicata nel ""Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabula geographice"" nel 1589, questa mappa proviene dalla prima edizione dell'atlante mercatoriano, ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", pubblicato nel 1595, dopo la morte del Mercator, dall'altro figlio Rumold. Successivamente è inserita in alcuni degli atlanti di Hondius fino alla sua ultima apparizione nell'edizione francese del 1633 del Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Bibliografia: Koeman p. 299/301, Me 13A." "EXAMPLE FROM THE FIRST EDITION OF ATLANTIS ALTERA PARS. Etching and engraving. Magnificent impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, wonderful contemporary coloring, small rust, otherwise in good condition. For the first time published in ""Italy, Sclavoniae et Graeciae geographice tabula"" in 1589, this map comes from the first edition of ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", published in 1595, after the death of Mercator, the other son Rumold . Subsequently inserted in some of the Hondius atlases until his last appearance in the French edition of 1633 of Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Bibliography: p Koeman. 299/301, Me 13A."
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-11 23:44:17
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer) (1512 - 1594)
1589. "ESEMPLARE DALLA PRIMA EDIZIONE DEL ATLANTIS PARS ALTERA. Acquaforte e bulino. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, meravigliosa coloritura coeva, piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Per la prima volta pubblicata nel ""Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabula geographice"" nel 1589, questa mappa proviene dalla prima edizione dell'atlante mercatoriano, ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", pubblicato nel 1595, dopo la morte del Mercator, dall'altro figlio Rumold. Successivamente è inserita in alcuni degli atlanti di Hondius fino alla sua ultima apparizione nell'edizione francese del 1633 del Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Bibliografia: Koeman p. 299/301, Me 13A." "EXAMPLE FROM THE FIRST EDITION OF ATLANTIS ALTERA PARS. Etching and engraving. Magnificent impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, wonderful contemporary coloring, small rust, otherwise in good condition. For the first time published in ""Italy, Sclavoniae et Graeciae geographice tabula"" in 1589, this map comes from the first edition of ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", published in 1595, after the death of Mercator, the other son Rumold . Subsequently inserted in some of the Hondius atlases until his last appearance in the French edition of 1633 of Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Bibliography: p Koeman. 299/301, Me 13A." Istituto di Studi Romani, a cura di A. Frutaz, "Le Carte del Lazio", XVII.4 tav. 45
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-11 23:44:17
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer) (1512 - 1594)
1589. "ESEMPLARE DALLA PRIMA EDIZIONE DE ATLANTIS PARS ALTERA. Acquaforte e bulino. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, meravigliosa coloritura coeva, piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Per la prima volta pubblicata nel ""Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabula geographice"" nel 1589, questa mappa proviene dalla prima edizione dell'atlante mercatoriano, ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", pubblicato nel 1595, dopo la morte del Mercator, dall'altro figlio Rumold. Successivamente è inserita in alcuni degli atlanti di Hondius fino alla sua ultima apparizione nell'edizione francese del 1633 del Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas." "EXAMPLE FROM THE FIRST EDITION OF ATLANTIS ALTERA PARS. Etching and engraving. Magnificent impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, wonderful contemporary coloring, small rust, otherwise in good condition. For the first time published in ""Italy, Sclavoniae et Graeciae geographice tabula"" in 1589, this map comes from the first edition of ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", published in 1595, after the death of Mercator, the other son Rumold . Subsequently inserted in some of the Hondius atlases until his last appearance in the French edition of 1633 of Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas." Koeman p. 299/301, Me 13A; Sicilia 1477-1861 - La collezione Spagnolo- Patermo, n. 54
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-11 23:44:11
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer) (1512 - 1594)
1589. "ESEMPLARE DALLA PRIMA EDIZIONE DEL ATLANTIS PARS ALTERA. Acquaforte e bulino. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, meravigliosa coloritura coeva, piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Per la prima volta pubblicata nel ""Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabula geographice"" nel 1589, questa mappa proviene dalla prima edizione dell'atlante mercatoriano, ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", pubblicato nel 1595, dopo la morte del Mercator, dall'altro figlio Rumold. Successivamente è inserita in alcuni degli atlanti di Hondius fino alla sua ultima apparizione nell'edizione francese del 1633 del Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas." "EXAMPLE FROM THE FIRST EDITION OF ATLANTIS ALTERA PARS. Etching and engraving. Magnificent impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, wonderful contemporary coloring, small rust, otherwise in good condition. For the first time published in ""Italy, Sclavoniae et Graeciae geographice tabula"" in 1589, this map comes from the first edition of ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", published in 1595, after the death of Mercator, the other son Rumold. Subsequently inserted in some of the Hondius atlases until his last appearance in the French edition of 1633 of Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas." Koeman p. 299/301, Me 13A.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-11 17:53:11
Antonio TEMPESTA (Firenze 1555 - Roma 1630)
1589. Le due statue virili della piazza del Quirinale raffigurano i Dioscuri, mentre trattengono per le briglie i cavalli scalpitanti, ed appartengono probabilmente all'antico tempio di Serapide edificato da Caracalla sul monte nel 217 a.c.. Sotto papa Sisto V le statue furono collocate sulla nuova piazza, dopo un lungo restauro terminato nel 1585. L'incisione del Tempesta viene realizzata a pubblicizzare la nuova sistemazione antistante la residenza papale. L'opera è edita da belga Nicolas van Aelst, uno dei tanti tipografi trasferitosi a Roma nel XVI secolo, attirati dalla fiorente attività calcografica che si era sviluppata nella città. Incisione in rame, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "giglio e doppio cerchio", con margini, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Timbro di collezione sul verso. Molto rara. Bibliografia: Bartsch 557. The two male statues of the square of Quirinale depict the Dioscuri, holding wild horses by the reins; they were probably part of the antique temple of Serapide built by Caracalla on the hill in 217 b.C.. Under Sixtus V the statues have been placed on the new square after a long period of restauration ended in 1585. Tempesta's work has been realized to publicize the new placement before the Pope's residence. It has been printed by Nicolas van Aelst, a Belgian printer who had moved to Rome in the XVI century with many others; they were all attracted by the flourishing printing business that was developping in the city. Copperplate, printed on contemporary laid paper with "lily with double circle" watermark, with margins, in excel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-10 23:02:29
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer) (1512 - 1594)
1589. "ESEMPLARE DALLA PRIMA EDIZIONE DEL ATLANTIS PARS ALTERA. Interessante mappa dei Balcani orientali con le divisioni geografiche e politiche della Dalmazia, Croazia, Slavonia, Bosnia, Serbia, ecc. (attualmente Croazia, Bosnia ed Erzegovina). Acquaforte e bulino. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, meravigliosa coloritura coeva, piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Per la prima volta pubblicata nel ""Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabula geographice"" nel 1589, questa mappa proviene dalla prima edizione dell'atlante mercatoriano, ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", pubblicato nel 1595, dopo la morte del Mercator, dall'altro figlio Rumold. Successivamente è inserita in alcuni degli atlanti di Hondius fino alla sua ultima apparizione nell'edizione francese del 1633 del Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Bibliografia: Koeman p. 299/301, Me 13A." "EXAMPLE FROM THE FIRST EDITION OF ATLANTIS ALTERA PARS. An attractive map of the Eastern Balkans with the geographical & political divisions of Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Bosnia, Serbia, etc. (currently Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina). Etching and engraving. Magnificent impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, wonderful contemporary coloring, small rust, otherwise in good condition. For the first time published in ""Italy, Sclavoniae et Graeciae geographice tabula"" in 1589, this map comes from the first edition of ""Atlantis Pars Altera"", published in 1595, after the death of Mercator, the other son Rumold. Subsequently inserted in some of the Hondius atlases until h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-10 19:58:15
FOXE, John
Imprinted at London : by I. Windet, at the assignment of Master Tim Bright, and are to be sold at Pauls wharf, at the signe of the Crosse-keyes, 1589. Thick quarto. 20cm x 14cm x 6cm. General title in facsimile on old paper. Lacks the eight prelim leaves which includes the title. Colophon at the close. One leaf with text loss. One leaf with tear across. Small penetrating worm hole centre lower margin not affecting text. Two or three others for a short and later spell. Very slight upper inner marginal worming through a few pages. Minor stains, marks or minimal blemishes else a very good copy in the main. C18th (?) full calf. Rebacked over raised bands. Older label refixed. 504, 288, 64pp. In two parts. Abridgements of the two volumes. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Butler Rare Books [Milton Keynes, BUCKS, United Kingdom]
2020-01-08 05:38:35
Geneva Bible
London, England: Christopher Barker, 1589. Leather-bound. Very Good. WITH TITLE PAGES. Geneva (Breeches) Bible Leatherbound, with hand-painted gilt around all edges of the leather. 8 1/4" x 6 3/8" WITH title pages. In English, two central columns of text, with two outer columns of notation and commentary. Essentially the first "Study Bible". Black letter edition with commentary in Roman text. Nice rebinding, probably (but not certainly) 18th century boards. As was often the case, shows trimming on top. Pages browned, some staining, some practicing of penmanship on blank pages, with one or two stray cross-out/corrections of words by owners. Owned successively by members of two families in Birmingham, England, with several pages of handwritten family history: 1673-1777, just after concusion of Revelations, on the verso of "Two Right Profitable and Fruitfull Concordances, or Large and Ample Tables Alphabetical); 1773-1777 at the conclusion of the Apocrypha, on the verso of the New Testament title page. 1832-1860 just before title page;. The Geneva Bible is one of the most historically significant translations of the Bible into English, preceding the King James Version by 51 years.It was the primary Bible of 16th-century English Protestantism, The Puritans, and was used by William Shakespeare,Oliver Cromwell, John Knox, John Donne, and John Bunyan, author of The Pilgrim's Progress (1678).It was one of the Bibles taken to America on the Mayflower... and was the very first bible printed in Scotland. This version of the Bible is significant because, for the very first time, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-01-06 01:31:07
Justus Lipsius
Antwerp: Christoph Plantin, 1589. Justi Lipsi De Amphitheatro Liber. In quo forma Ipsa Loci Expressa, & ratio Spectandi. Cum aenis figuris. Antuerpiae, Apud Christophorum Plantinum, 1589 - 76 pages Justi Lipsi De Amphitheatris quae Extra Romam, Libellus. In quo Forma eorum aliquot & typi. Lugd. Batavorum, Ex Officiana Plantiniana, Apud Franciscum Raphelengium. 1589 - 24 pages, Justi Lipsi Saturnalium Sermonum Libri Duo. Qui de Galdiatoribus. Edito ultima auctior & ornatior. In quo quid distincte prestitum sit, pagina altera docebit. Lugduni Batavorum, Ex Officiana Plantiniana, Apud Franciscum Raphelengium. 1590- 165 pages. Ten pages of an index is also present in the back of the book. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Gladiator History started with the Use of Blood to Honor the Dead Junius Brutus Pera died in 264 BC and at his funeral his sons put on a show of slaves fighting to the death. This was done as a way to honor their father because blood was considered a gift to the dead and a sacrifice for the spirit world. As time went on gladiator fighting lost its religious significance and became more of a show of wealth, with emperors using the fights to display their own power and prestige. Most gladiators were prisoners of war, slaves, or criminals, and at a time in history when a lot of people did not live past their twentieth birthday, the value of life was greatly diminished. If a man was wounded in the fighting and unable to fight on, he would make a sign for mercy and the crowd would decide with a thumbs … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: biblio_emporium [Kissimmee, Florida, US]
2020-01-01 16:51:05
AMMIANI, Sebastiano
In Venetia: segno della Concordia, 1589. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. 1589 Ammiani Renaissance Preacher Manual anti-Lutheran Augustinian Italian Monks Sebastian Ammiani was a 16th-century Augustinian monk from Fano who made important contributions to the development of preachers in Italy. Ammiani, a hermit, was notably not a preacher himself, but he wrote a book entitled 'Discorsi Predicabili per Documento' in which he taught preachers how to better at giving their speeches. This book was also incredibly anti-Lutheran. Certain passages of this book included picturesque phrases and paragraphs detailing the devastation that Lutheran preachers had brought to the world. (Michelson, p. 63). Item number: #8691 Price: $599 AMMIANI, Sebastiano Discorsi predicabili per documento del viuer christiano. Da varij luoghi raccolti, per il r.p. m.ro Sebastiano Ammiani fanese, scrittore dell'Ordine de' frati eremitani di Sant'Agostino In Venetia: al segno della Concordia, 1589. Details: · Collation: Complete with all pages o [8], 215 · References: USTC 809096; Edit16 1562; Michelson, Pulpit and Press in Reformation Italy · Language: Italian · Binding: Vellum; tight & secure · Size: ~6in X 4in (15cm x 10cm) · Very rare with no other example for sale worldwide at present Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 8691.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2020-01-01 14:00:05
Geneva Bible
London, England: Christopher Barker, 1589. Leather-bound. Very Good. WITH TITLE PAGES. Geneva (Breeches) Bible Leatherbound, with hand-painted gilt around all edges of the leather. 8 1/4" x 6 3/8" WITH title pages. In English, two central columns of text, with two outer columns of notation and commentary. Essentially the first "Study Bible". Black letter edition with commentary in Roman text. Nice rebinding, probably (but not certainly) 18th century boards. As was often the case, shows trimming on top. Pages browned, some staining, some practicing of penmanship on blank pages, with one or two stray cross-out/corrections of words by owners. Owned successively by members of two families in Birmingham, England, with several pages of handwritten family history: 1673-1777, just after concusion of Revelations, on the verso of "Two Right Profitable and Fruitfull Concordances, or Large and Ample Tables Alphabetical); 1773-1777 at the conclusion of the Apocrypha, on the verso of the New Testament title page. 1832-1860 just before title page;. The Geneva Bible is one of the most historically significant translations of the Bible into English, preceding the King James Version by 51 years.It was the primary Bible of 16th-century English Protestantism, The Puritans, and was used by William Shakespeare,Oliver Cromwell, John Knox, John Donne, and John Bunyan, author of The Pilgrim's Progress (1678).It was one of the Bibles taken to America on the Mayflower... and was the very first bible printed in Scotland. This version of the Bible is significant because, for the very first time, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-12-31 15:42:22
MERCATOR.
Per Gerardum Mercatorem cum privilegio, Duisburg, 1589 - 1595 circa. Incisione in rame (cm. 34x46,7 e margini), testo francese al verso. Titolo in basso a sinistra entro cartiglio con volute e decori geometrici e un compasso con sottostante scala grafica di 24 miglia italiche, in basso al centro "Per Gerardum Mercatorem cum Privilegio", margine graduato su tutto il perimetro, senza reticolato, edizione francese con testo francese al verso. Rara edizione tratta da: Dall' "Atlas", parte II (Italiae, Sclavoniae, et Greciae tabulae geographicae". Bella e rara carta geografica che raffigura la Toscana col l' isola d'Elba e l'Argentario.. .
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Italy]
2019-12-31 03:10:13
Geneva Bible
London, England: Christopher Barker, 1589. WITH TITLE PAGES. Geneva (Breeches) Bible Leatherbound, with hand-painted gilt around all edges of the leather. 8 1/4" x 6 3/8" WITH title pages. In English, two central columns of text, with two outer columns of notation and commentary. Essentially the first "Study Bible". Black letter edition with commentary in Roman text. Nice rebinding, probably (but not certainly) 18th century boards. As was often the case, shows trimming on top. Pages browned, some staining, some practicing of penmanship on blank pages, with one or two stray cross-out/corrections of words by owners. Owned successively by members of two families in Birmingham, England, with several pages of handwritten family history: 1673-1777, just after concusion of Revelations, on the verso of "Two Right Profitable and Fruitfull Concordances, or Large and Ample Tables Alphabetical); 1773-1777 at the conclusion of the Apocrypha, on the verso of the New Testament title page. 1832-1860 just before title page; . The Geneva Bible is one of the most historically significant translations of the Bible into English, preceding the King James Version by 51 years. It was the primary Bible of 16th-century English Protestantism, The Puritans, and was used by William Shakespeare, Oliver Cromwell, John Knox, John Donne, and John Bunyan, author of The Pilgrim's Progress (1678). It was one of the Bibles taken to America on the Mayflower...and was the very first bible printed in Scotland. This version of the Bible is significant because, for the very first time, a mechanically printed, mass- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AARDVARK BOOKS, ABAA [EUGENE, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-12-30 10:11:34
1589. Aus meiner privaten Sammlung biete ich an Martin Luther - Die furnemsten und besten Schrifften von den beiden Sacramenten des Newen Testaments, nemlich von der heiligen Tauff, und dem Abendmal des Herrn (Verlegt von Voltz in Berlin, 1589) Extrem seltenes Luther Werk! Hier im Privat-Pergament-Einband von Kurfürst Joachim Friedrich, Markgraf von Brandenburg (1546-1608) und seiner Frau Katharina (1549-1602). Joachim Friedrich ist direkter Vorfahr vom Großen Kurfürst, dem Soldatenkönig und von Friedrich dem Großen. Dieses Werk stand somit in der Privatbibliothek des Markgrafen von Brandenburg und höchstwahrscheinlich stammen auch die handschriftlichen Anmerkungen im Text von ihm oder seiner Frau. Gepunzter Goldschnitt und filigrane Blindprägung zeugen von Bedeutung und Herkunft dieses Buches. Einmaliges Stück aus dem Luther-Jahrhundert! Luther, M. Die furnemsten und besten Schrifften von den beiden Sacramenten des Newen Testaments, nemlich von der heiligen Tauff, und dem Abendmal des Herrn. Berlin, N. Voltz, 1589. 4to (20:16,5 cm). 28 nn., 529 (recte 528) num. Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. mit reicher Blindprägung u. reich gepunztem Goldschnitt, recto und verso mit Wappensupralibros für Kurfürst Joachim Friedrich, Markgraf von Brandenburg und seine Frau Katharina; berieben u. beschabt, Rücken unter Verwendung alten Materials erneuert, Deckel mit Resten von Vergoldung, hs. Rsch. VD 16, L 3567. - Wichtige Sammlung der gegen die Sakramentierer gerichteten Schriften Luthers. - Vorderdeckel mit Wappen und Rückdeckel mit Kreuzigungsmedaillon. Jeweils mit Monogrammen F K (= Friedrich und Ka … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: doktor-mohr [Alfter, DE]
2019-12-27 15:40:23
Rare 1589 Bible. Printed by the deputies of Christopher Barker, printer to Queen Elizabeth I. For condition please see photos. A piece of history, 430 years old.
Bookseller: indalo1980 [Abbots Langley, GB]
2019-12-27 15:40:23
Rare 1589 Bible. Printed by the deputies of Christopher Barker, printer to Queen Elizabeth I. For condition please see photos. A piece of history, 430 years old.
Bookseller: indalo1980 [Abbots Langley, GB]
2019-12-23 20:23:17
BAUDIER, Michel.
Second edition of "the most complete treatment of Islam up to its time in France" (Atabey). Written by Micheal Baudier (ca. 1589-1645), historiographer to the Court of France. The book is presented as a history of the religion of the Turks, who controlled, at that time, a large part of the Islamic world, and gives a detailed description of Islam and its prophet Muhammad.Bottom of title-page restored, covering a fraction of a millimetre of the date in the imprint, and a small corner torn off, another corner torn from leaf K3, just touching the text. Further some thumbing, several wormholes and a few water stains. Still a good copy of a classic description of Islam.WorldCat (9 copies); cf. Atabey 73-74 (1625 & 1641 eds.); not in Blackmer..
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-12-17 19:37:03
[HENRI IV] - BRUNEAU, Jacques.Lettre signée "Bruneau / au nom du Conseil de sa magté", adressée àLouis de Saligné. Très intéressant courrier, écrit ede La Rochelle le 17 août 1589, dans lequel Bruneau, au nom d'Henri IV, prie Louis de Saligné de tenir rapidement prêt le plus grand nombre possible de soldats, pour le service du Roi . "Monsieur de la Lardière parce que nous avons du ? du Roy de vous fe entendre et au gentilhommequi sont en ces quartiers de deca tant en poictou qu'en xaintonge de fe quelque nombre de soldatz por les employer en un affaire qui importe son service et parce que nous savons que vous vous y estes tousiours démonstré des plus affectionnez vous avons bien voullu escrire la pnte pour vous prier d'en tenir de prestz le plus que vous pourrez pour marcher autemps et lieu qu'on vous fera scavoir dedans dix ou douze jours au plustard [...]". Complimentd'une autre main "Vostre plus affectionnez a vous obeyr". L'année 1589 futcelle de la fin du règne d'Henri IIIetcelle du début de règne d'Henri IV. Elle futempreinte par les guerres de Religion entre la puissante Ligue catholique et les protestants. Le chevalier Louis de Saligné (1535-?),seigneur de La Lardière et Badiolle, était totalement dévouéàHenri de Navarre, qui, lorsqu'il devint roi de France, le gardaauprès de lui, à son service, notamment commelieutenant, en Haut-Poitou. Jacques Bruneau, d'origine flamande, était le secrétaire de l'ambassadeur d'Espagne, successivement en France, puis à Londres ou encore en Autriche. Encre brune sur papier vergé. Adresse au verso "Monsr de la Lardiere".. Desti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [France, Paris]
2019-12-16 21:06:45
Andrew Fursland
London: 1589. See item description. Two original manuscript letters. Written in black ink and each signed 'Andrew Fursland'. Address panels on verso, with red wax seals. Size: 29.7cm x 20.2cm and 30.6cm x 20.6cm. Thick laid and watermarked paper. Note to overseas buyers: these letters will require an export licence. We are happy to do the paperwork and apply on your behalf to the Arts Council, but please bear in mind that this process can take 28 working days from submission to granting of the licence. Very Good to Near Fine condition. In entirely original states, with no repairs, restoration or other such later interventions. Both with folds commensurate with mailing. 4th September letter: Some age-toning to paper, with faint text offsetting. Light scattered foxing to address panel, and a faint stain next to seal. 21st September letter: light age-toning to paper. Small chip to paper on left edge of one letter, where seal has been opened. The same letter with slight bleed through of wax seal, partly across one word of text but still legible. Please ask if you require a more detailed condition report, or view gallery images. A pair of fine 16th century merchant's letters from Andrew Fursland in Fowey, Cornwall to the Corsini brothers in the City of London, both of which mention a ship called the Mayflower. These letters were originally sold by Christie's in October 1988 (lots 143 and 144) as part of the third tranche of Corsini correspondence. In the sale catalogue, Christies asserted that the Mayflower was one of the ships that took part in the Armada, and also proposed tha … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: kernoozers [Ascot, GB]
2019-12-15 15:27:08
1589. Aus meiner privaten Sammlung biete ich an Martin Luther - Die furnemsten und besten Schrifften von den beiden Sacramenten des Newen Testaments, nemlich von der heiligen Tauff, und dem Abendmal des Herrn (Verlegt von Voltz in Berlin, 1589) Extrem seltenes Luther Werk! Hier im Privat-Pergament-Einband von Kurfürst Joachim Friedrich, Markgraf von Brandenburg (1546-1608) und seiner Frau Katharina (1549-1602). Joachim Friedrich ist direkter Vorfahr vom Großen Kurfürst, dem Soldatenkönig und von Friedrich dem Großen. Dieses Werk stand somit in der Privatbibliothek des Markgrafen von Brandenburg und höchstwahrscheinlich stammen auch die handschriftlichen Anmerkungen im Text von ihm oder seiner Frau. Gepunzter Goldschnitt und filigrane Blindprägung zeugen von Bedeutung und Herkunft dieses Buches. Einmaliges Stück aus dem Luther-Jahrhundert! Luther, M. Die furnemsten und besten Schrifften von den beiden Sacramenten des Newen Testaments, nemlich von der heiligen Tauff, und dem Abendmal des Herrn. Berlin, N. Voltz, 1589. 4to (20:16,5 cm). 28 nn., 529 (recte 528) num. Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. mit reicher Blindprägung u. reich gepunztem Goldschnitt, recto und verso mit Wappensupralibros für Kurfürst Joachim Friedrich, Markgraf von Brandenburg und seine Frau Katharina; berieben u. beschabt, Rücken unter Verwendung alten Materials erneuert, Deckel mit Resten von Vergoldung, hs. Rsch. VD 16, L 3567. - Wichtige Sammlung der gegen die Sakramentierer gerichteten Schriften Luthers. - Vorderdeckel mit Wappen und Rückdeckel mit Kreuzigungsmedaillon. Jeweils mit Monogrammen F K (= Friedrich und Ka … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: doktor-mohr [Alfter, DE]
2019-12-15 01:37:53
Justus Lipsius
Christophe Plantin, Lyons, France, 1589. Justi Lipsi De Amphitheatro Liber. In quo forma Ipsa Loci Expressa, & ratio Spectandi. Cum aenis figuris. Antuerpiae, Apud Christophorum Plantinum, 1589 - 76 pages Justi Lipsi De Amphitheatris quae Extra Romam, Libellus. In quo Forma eorum aliquot & typi. Lugd. Batavorum, Ex Officiana Plantiniana, Apud Franciscum Raphelengium. 1589 - 24 pages, Justi Lipsi Saturnalium Sermonum Libri Duo. Qui de Galdiatoribus. Edito ultima auctior & ornatior. In quo quid distincte prestitum sit, pagina altera docebit. Lugduni Batavorum, Ex Officiana Plantiniana, Apud Franciscum Raphelengium. 1590- 165 pages. Ten pages of an index is also present in the back of the book. CONDITION: This 431-year-old book measures 8x6; it contains three books in one with a total page count of 282 pages. The cover is vellum with some faded writing on the back and front covers. The binding is still tight, and all pages appear to be present with the exception of some missing plates; there are a total of five woodcuts and three-fold out plates present. The former owner's signature and some drawings are present on the free front end page. Some light damp staining is present on some of the pages; it does not affect the text. Intermittent heavy foxing and toning are also present throughout the book. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: BiblioEmporium [Green Cove Springs, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-12-14 09:46:17
Cicero bei ALDUS - Cicero, Marcus Tullius und Paul Aldus (prew. and ed.)
Venetiis, Aldus, 1588, 1589. [4 mit Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titel], 332, [14 v.15] Bl. (die wiederholte Druckermarke auf dem letzten Blatt fehlt 8° Ganzpergamentband der Zeit mit rundem Rücken und spanischen Kanten und handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Ahmanson-Murphy 572; Renouard 174, 9; SBB, Anker und Delphin, Nr. 861 ; The Aldine Press (2001), Nr. 572; "Cette édition a un nouvelle préface de P. Manuce ad Carolum Pisaurium Leonardi filium, datée de 1558" Renouard ebd.. Gestochenes Wappen auf dem Innendeckel, Titelblatt unten hinterlegt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Germany]
2019-12-13 11:27:24
Feucht Jakob
1589. I) VD 16, F 830 - Stalla 495 - nicht in Adams u. STC.- Erste Ausgabe.- Jakob Feucht (* in Pullendorf; ? 26.4.1589 in Bamberg) war Rektor der Universität Ingolstadt, und Weihbischof des Fürstbistums Bamberg. Er setzte sich für die Durchführung der tridentinischen Reformbeschlüsse ein (vgl. NDB V, 105).- II) VD 16, S 8604 - Stalla 689 - Knaake III, 1004 - nicht in Adams.- Einer von zwei Drucken der ersten Ausgabe.- Das posthum erschiene "geistige Vermächtniß" (ADB XXXV, 461) in dem der Protestantismus in seiner Zerissenheit verurteilt wird.- Friedrich Staphylus, 1512 in Osnabrück geborenen war protestantischer Theologe und später Konvertit, der 1564 als herzoglich bayerischer Rat und Professor in Ingolstadt starb. Seine "Bedeutung als Theologe und Kontroverspublizist besteht in der Besonderheit seiner conversio im Kontext der innerreformatorischen Lehrstreitigkeiten. Sie stellt sich nicht als bewußter Entscheidungsakt dar, sondern als Prozeß in einer Zeit, in dem sich die konfessionellen Gegensätze erst herausbildeten und institutionalisierten" (NDB XXV, 62).- Etw. gebräunt u. wasserfleckig, erster Titel mit getilgtem hs. Besitzvermerk, tls. kl. Wurmspuren im Ramndbereich, Ebd. etw. angeschmutzt. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
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2019-12-12 10:21:20
Rare 1589 Bible. Printed by the deputies of Christopher Barker, printer to Queen Elizabeth I. For condition please see photos. A piece of history, 430 years old.
Bookseller: indalo1980 [Abbots Langley, GB]
2019-12-05 16:53:37
Conestaggio. (Girolamo Franchi di)
1589. Wie von Don Anthonio, der auch vermeymte König in Portugal zuwerden? Auss dem Italianischen, durch Albrecht Fürsten in das Hochteutsch gebracht. Munchen, Adam Berg. 1589. In fol. [xxv], 126, [i] folhas. Magnífica encadernação da época inteira de pele de vitela, com nervos e ferros a seco na lombada e nas pastas. Exemplar com ex-libris, de grandes dimensões, de Ferdinand Hoffmann, Freiherr von Strechau und Grünbühel, nobre da Estíria, colado no interior da encadernação e com o seu Super libris armoriado na pasta anterior. Ilustrado com duas gravuras abertas em placas de cobre representando a Batalha de Alcácer Quibir e a Batalha Naval nos Açores. Florão ao centro da folha de rosto. Obra muito importante para a história e a iconografia do reinado de D. Sebastião e o início da Monarquia Dual. Raríssima 1ª edição da tradução alemã (desconhecida a Inocêncio e a José dos Santos e a muitos outros bibliógrafos) da autoria de Albrecht Fürst, da célebre obra: Dell’unione del regno di Portogallo alla corona di Castiglia. Genova, Girolamo Bartoli. 1585. A obra conheceu grande difusão sendo reeditada em Itália várias vezes: Génova 1589, Veneza 1592, Milão 1616, Verona 1642 e traduzida para as principais línguas da Europa: Francês, 1595, reeditada em 1601, Inglês, por Edward Blount, 1600, Latim 1602, Espanhol, por Luís de Bavia, 1610 (com alterações nos passos em que Conestaggio se mostra hostil a Espanha) e novamente para francês em 1680 com reedição em 1695. Nela o autor descreve como o Rei de Espanha Filipe II, se tornou rei de Portugal como Filipe I. Conestaggio narra os antece … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2019-12-03 15:56:18
THOMAS de Aquino (TOMMASO d'Aquino)
Cum commentariis F. Francisci Ferrariensis, ordinis Praedicatorum Generalis Magistri. Hac nova editione plurimis in locis correctior. apud Haeredem Hieronymi Scoti, Venetiis, 1589. In-4 p. (mm. 325x215), p. pergamena antica, dorso a cordoni con titolo ms., 12 cc.nn., 535 cc.num., testo su due colonne, marca tipografica xilografata al frontespizio (le tre Grazie in un palmeto, entro cornice figurata; sopra la cornice due putti sostengono un nastro con il motto: Virtus In Omni Re Dominatur). La "Summa.. contra gentiles" divisa in 4 Libri che trattano rispettivamente: di Dio (I), della creazione, degli angeli e delluomo (II), di etica (III), della Trinit, dellincarnazione e dei sacramenti (IV), ed concepita per la preparazione dei predicatori e apologeti. Il carattere della "Summa" quello di unopera teologica - e teologica nel suo insieme - nonostante il fatto che solo il 4 Libro tratti direttamente di verit rivelate e nonostante le ampie prolungate argomentazioni filosofiche dei primi 3 Libri.Lunga nota anticamente mss. al risg.; solo una decina di carte con lievi uniformi arross. o fiorit. e ultime 10 resturate per mancanze al marg. bianco infer., altrimenti esempl. ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
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2019-11-29 14:31:19
SPECKLIN, Daniel.
[8], 110, [2] ll. plus plates.Third edition of a great and stunningly illustrated classic of the art of fortification, first published at Strasbourg in 1589 and expanded for the second and third edition. The plates, the frame of the title-page and the portrait are printed from the copper plates of the 1589 and 1599 editions. The 8 spectacular views of mountain-top fortresses on two double-page plates might have inspired designs for the Lord of the Rings films and other fantasy imagery. They include Château de Fleckenstein in Alsace, Schloss Pfirt (Ferrette) west of Basel, Salm, Hermannstein, Asserton, Hohenfels and others, now ruined or gone. Specklin had planned to write a second part on offence but died the year the present part on defence appeared. Daniel Specklin (1536-1589), "the century's most important German military architect" (Pollack), learned the art of fortification under the imperial engineer and Baumeister Hermann Schallantzer in Vienna.Lacking 1 single-page plate, as noted above. A previous owner abraded the bare breasts of the two female figures on the title-page. With a few mostly marginal water stains in the first 5 leaves and an occasional sheet slightly browned, but otherwise in good condition and only slightly trimmed, preserving a couple fore-edge deckles and leaving generous margins. A masterpiece not only of fortification but also of the art of illustration.l Berlin Kat. 3517; Jähns I, 120 note; VD17, 23:322156N (7 copies); cf. Pollack, Cities at war, p. 82.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-22 19:00:26
SAINTE-MARTHE
à Paris: 1589. SAINTE-MARTHE Scévole de - Les Oeuvres de Scevole de Sainte Marthe SAINTE-MARTHE Scévole de Les Oeuvres de Scevole de Sainte Marthe par Mamert Patisson au logis de Robert Estienne., à Paris 1589, in-4 (16x24,5cm), (6) 94 ff. 1 f. blanc ; 95-182 ff. (1 f. index), relié. Première édition complète, en partie originale, imprimée au format in-4, en caractères italiques et présentant la marque de Robert Estienne sur la page de titre. Ce recueil contient environ 80 pièces de plus que l'édition des Premières Œuvres de 1569. Seule notre édition est signalée par Tchemerzine. Notre exemplaire est bien complet du feuillet aii, souvent manquant.Reliure postérieure (début du XVIIème siècle) en plein veau brun moucheté, dos à cinq nerfs ornés de fers au griffon ainsi que de croix fleur-de-lysées, double filet doré en encadrement des plats frappés en leur centre des armes de Cauchon et d'Hesselin, toutes tranches mouchetées de rouge. Mors et coin supérieur intérieur du second plat habilement restaurés avec reprise de dorure. Petit travail de ver portant atteinte à la jointure du dernier nerf du premier plat. Trois jointures de nerfs du second plat légèrement frottées. Quelques petites mouillures et trous de vers allant en s'amenuisant en marge intérieure du volume. Une petite mouillure angulaire sans atteinte au texte en marge du feuillet 93. Une trace de colle probablement laissée par un ex-libris sur la première garde.Précieux exemplaire daté et signé de Louis Treslon-Cauchon dit Hesselin (1602-1662), conseiller de Louis XIII, maître de la Chambre aux deniers et surintenda … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, France]
2019-11-12 00:14:19
Fulke, William].
[London], [Christoph Barker], 1589. First Edition. 22 cm x 27 cm. Titlepage missing, [Only 13 leaves of the 23 leaves of "The Preface to the Reader" present], 496 leaves of the main text complete (!), [3 of 5] pages Table [Index]. Leaves 125 and 423 with a minor lesion. Leaves 282 and 305 slightly stained. Some wormholes in the outer margins only. Faded dampstain. Last 20 pages with some light staining and stronger fraying. Two pages of the Table [Index] missing. The remaining 3 pages of the Index with stronger fraying and some textloss. Leaves 493 - 496 with 9 x7 cm tear to top right corner with text loss (see images). Original full leather of a very likely contemporary 16th or early 17th century century binding. Binding with original endpapers in good condition, though a little shaky but really worth restoring. Spine NOT broken. The missing beginning and end of this rare publication sound dramatic but are worth to be restored. The textblock overall in very good condition and complete (see plenty of images). IMPORTANT: Numeration of textblock is often inaccurate but collation of the 496 leaves is complete. An extremely rare and important publication in any edition. The first edition scarce !! [Roman and italic in various sizes. The Rheims New Testament (1582) and the Bishops' version (1568) in parallel columns, with Rheims annotations and Fulke's confutations]. William Fulke D.D. (1538–1589), puritan divine, the son of Christopher Fulke, a wealthy citizen, was born in London in 1538, and is said to have been educated at St. Paul’s School. As a London schoolboy he was a con … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Inanna Rare Books Ltd. [Drimoleague, CORK, Ireland]
2019-11-10 16:38:02
Smith, Sir Thomas
LONDON, 1589 Published by JOHN WINDET Edition: FIRST Binding: LEATHERBOUND BROWN Size: 5.5X7.25 148 Pages Overall Condition is: VERY FINE GIFT QUALITY preserved in a slipcase, gilt on spine, all edges gilt, pages age toned but clean, ribbed spine, gilt line border on both boards, gilt floral patern on all three edges of boards, expertly rebound circa 1940 Very early and important description of the details of the mechanisms of government. Originally published 1589. It will be of value to anyone with an interest in Smiths writings and the nature of Elizabethan government. Smith was Chancellor of the Order of the Garter. The work was written from 1562 to 1565, when Smith was Elizabeths ambassador to France. Smith s pioneering study of the English social, judicial and political systems.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, US]
2019-11-09 08:23:03
AMMIANI, Sebastiano
In Venetia: segno della Concordia, 1589. 1589 Ammiani Renaissance Preacher Manual anti-Lutheran Augustinian Italian MonksSebastian Ammiani was a 16th-century Augustinian monk from Fano who made important contributions to the development of preachers in Italy. Ammiani, a hermit, was notably not a preacher himself, but he wrote a book entitled 'Discorsi Predicabili per Documento' in which he taught preachers how to better at giving their speeches. This book was also incredibly anti-Lutheran. Certain passages of this book included picturesque phrases and paragraphs detailing the devastation that Lutheran preachers had brought to the world. (Michelson, p. 63).Item number: #8691 Price: $599AMMIANI, SebastianoDiscorsi predicabili per documento del viuer christiano. Da varij luoghi raccolti, per il r.p. m.ro Sebastiano Ammiani fanese, scrittore dell'Ordine de' frati eremitani di Sant'AgostinoIn Venetia: al segno della Concordia, 1589.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso [8], 215· References: USTC 809096; Edit16 1562; Michelson, Pulpit and Press in Reformation Italy· Language: Italian· Binding: Vellum; tight & secure· Size: ~6in X 4in (15cm x 10cm)· Very rare with no other example for sale worldwide at presentOur Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!8691Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2019-11-08 02:12:15
AMMIANI, Sebastiano
segno della Concordia. 1589 Ammiani Renaissance Preacher Manual anti-Lutheran Augustinian Italian Monks Sebastian Ammiani was a 16th-century Augustinian monk from Fano who made important contributions to the development of preachers in Italy. Ammiani, a hermit, was notably not a preacher himself, but he wrote a book entitled ‘Discorsi Predicabili per Documento’ in which he taught preachers how to better at giving their speeches. This book was also incredibly anti-Lutheran. Certain passages of this book included picturesque phrases and paragraphs detailing the devastation that Lutheran preachers had brought to the world. (Michelson, p. 63). Item number: #8691 Price: $599 AMMIANI, Sebastiano Discorsi predicabili per documento del viuer christiano. Da varij luoghi raccolti, per il r.p. m.ro Sebastiano Ammiani fanese, scrittore dell'Ordine de' frati eremitani di Sant'Agostino In Venetia: al segno della Concordia, 1589. Details: Collation: Complete with all pages [8], 215 References: USTC 809096; Edit16 1562; Michelson, Pulpit and Press in Reformation Italy Language: Italian Binding: Vellum; tight & secure Size: ~6in X 4in (15cm x 10cm) Very rare with no other example for sale worldwide at present Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 8691 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-10-31 15:19:21
Luther, Martin
Gedruckt zu Berlin im Grawen Kloster durch Nicolaum Voltzen, 1589. 4° (21 x 18 x 8 cm). 27, 529 Bl. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit zwei funktionierenden Metallschließen. Insgesamt leicht berieben. Dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. Kopfschnitt etwas fleckig., 15151bb|15151bb 2 Vorsatzblatt entfernt, Innenspiegel etwas fleckig und mit Klosterexlibris, wenige Blatt mit unbedeutendem Wurmgang, letztes Blatt (529) fehlt, Innendeckel sowie hinteres Vorsatzblatt mit handschriftlichen Einträgen von alter Hand. Insgesamt ein gutes Exemplar. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Cassel & Lampe - METROPOLIS BOOKS BERLIN [Germany]
2019-10-21 10:45:08
Tacito (Publius Cornelius Tacitus)
appresso Bernardo Giunti, 1589. 8vo (cm. 22,8), 8 cc.nn., 250 cc., 4 cc.nn. Legatura '700 in mz. pergamena con titolo oro su tassello dipinto al ds. Carte di guardia leggermente usurate peraltro ottimo esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2019-10-15 18:04:18
OBSEQUENS (Julius) - COMBES (Jean de). [LYCOSThENES, Conrad].
[Genève], Jean de Tournes, 1589 & [Genève], acob Stoer, 1587. Deux ouvrages en un volume in-16 de 8 feuillets, 334 pp., 9 ff. d'index; 16 feuillets dont le titre des Apophtegmes de Comes, 477 pp. Annotations et soulignés anciens dans le texte d'Obsequens. Vélin ivoire à recouvrement d'époque, titre calligraphié au dos, parfait état. Le Livre des prodiges, restitué par Conrad Lycosthène, est suivi, comme dans l'édition de 1553, des traités de Polydore Virgile sur la science divinatoire et de Joachim Camerarius sur les comètes et leur signification. Le Prodigiorum Liber est consacré aux augures et événements étranges survenus à Rome entre l'an 249 av. J.-C. et 12 av. J.-C. L’édition de 1557 par Conrad Lycosthenes marque un tournant majeur dans la connaissance de l’œuvre d'Obsequens. Né à Rouffach, en Alsace, le philologue Conrad Wolffhart (1518-1561 - Conradus Lycosthenes), enseignait la grammaire et la dialectique à Bâle, où il était diacre de l'église de Saint-Léonard. Il avait donné en 1552 la première édition séparée de l'ouvrage sur les prodiges de Julius Obsequens, édiiton non illustrée, contrairiement à la nôtre. (Julii Obsequentis Prodigiorum liber, ab urbe condita usque ad Augustum Caesarem, cuius tantum extabat fragmentum, nunc demum Historiarum beneficio, per Conradum Lycosthenem Rubeaquensem, Bâle, 1552). Jolie édition genevoise ornée de 51 gravures sur bois attribuées à Bernard Salomon, représentant des monstruosités humaines et animales, des phénomènes atmosphériques, des illusions d'optique, etc. Suivi de l'Édition originale des Apophtegmes de Jean de Combes, r … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie BERTRAN [ROUEN, France]
2019-10-15 13:18:39
WIRTSUNG, Christophorus.
Dordrecht, Jan Canin, 1589. Folio (27,2x18,5 cm.). [xxiv],676,[107] pp. Blindgestempeld perkament met de oorspr.sluiting. (eerste bladen marginaal iets watervlekkig, gebruikssporen, een enkel brandgaatje; hier en daar wat smoezelig) Hs.aantekening op titel: "Sum Nicolai Hatteri (?), Daventriensis, Ao. Dni.1589." Marginale aantekeningen, m.n. betr. geneesmiddelen, in diens hand. First and rare edition of this translation of the 4th edition of the Arzney-Buch of Christopher Wirsung (1500-1571). The translator/editor was Carel Baten. Carolus Battus (Gent ca 1540 v - Amsterdam 1617) was een arts en schrijver van medische en niet-medische boeken. Zijn medische boeken waren de eerste in de Nederlandse taal. In Rostock promoveerde Baten tot arts in 1569. Van circa 1570 tot 1575 had hij een medische praktijk in Hamburg. Van 1575 tot 1585 was hij stadsarts te Antwerpen en van 1588 tot 1598 te Dordrecht. Tenslotte vestigde hij zich in Amsterdam (1598) waar hij een grote medische praktijk had. Hij stierf in 1617. Van Nicolaas Hatter uit Deventer is niets bekend. Uit zijn aantekeningen kan worden afgeleid dat hij eerder apotheker dan arts was. TB 5618; DMB 83; Not in Wellcome. 4 copies in STCN. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Brinkman, since 1954 / ILAB [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2019-10-06 16:33:11
Reusner, Nikolaus; Nicolavm Revsnervm; Tobias Stimmer; Theodor Zwinger; Conrad Von Waldkirch
Basilea [Basel]: Conr. Valdkirch, 1589. 12mo. 18th Century half roan and boards; , rubbed 352 unnumbered pages. 10 x 16 cm. [A series of portraits of notable men of the XVth and XVIth centuries (with a few earlier)--mostly after paintings in the portrait-gallery of Paolo Giovio, accompanied by epigrams and laudatory verses.]. Woodcut Portraits by Tobias Stimmer OCLC Number: 3488327; Brunet IV, 1255. Expertise by Yves Salmon, Pénestin, France. Icones sive Imagines viuæ, literis Cl. Virorum, Italiæ, Græciæ, Germaniæ, Galliæ, Angliæ, Ungariæ. Avec 91 portraits tirés au trait. 1 vol. in-12 relié veau à coins (post. ) dos lisse à liserés dorés. Basileæ Conr. Ex typis Valdkirchianis 1589. 1 coin frotté, sinon bel ex. Expertise by Yves Salmon, Pénestin, France. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts [U.S.A.]
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