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        Holla(n)dia integra comita. descript.

      1593. Incisione in rame, mm 338x480, colorata d'epoca. Tratta dal raro "Speculum Orbis Terrae", seconda edizione dell'atlante, curata dal figlio Cornelio con alcune varianti nel testo e nel numero delle tavole. De Jode (1509-1591) fu un cartografo, incisore, stampatore, editore attivo ad Anversa a metà del Cinquecento, nello stesso periodo di Ortelio, sebbene non sia stato in grado di uguagliare l'importanza dell'attività economica del rivale. Questo fece però si che le sue carte siano diventate decisamente più rare. Esemplare perfetto in rara coloritura antica.Copper engraving, mm 338x480, original color. Gerard De Jode was a competitor of Ortelius, active in the same period; but his atlas 'Speculum Orbis Terrarum' did not enjoy the same commercial success as Ortelius and now-a-days his maps are much rarer than Ortelius' ones.After the death of Gerard in 1591, the business was carried on by his widow and his son Cornelis, who re-issued the Speculum in 1593, most plates were newly engraved, and therefore making those of the first edition extremely rare. A very good example in its original antique color. "In 1578 Gerard de Jode published his Speculum Orbis Terrarum, an atlas aimed at competing with the Theatrum of Ortelius. However, the latter had first been issued in 1570 and had already built a commanding market presence, and so despite de Jode's longer standing reputation the atlas did not sell very well. Only a dozen or so examples have survived. Undeterred, he made plans for another expanded edition, and upon his death in 1591 it was taken on by his son Cornelis. The Speculum Orbis Terrae of 1593 likewise did not sell well and was never reissued. Although more examples than the first edition have survived, it too is very scarce. Many of de Jode's maps are judged to be superior to those of Ortelius, both in detail and style." (Burden)

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        Monachium regi sue corum certis conditionibus deditur

      Artist: Merian Matthäus ( - 1650) Frankfurt a M; issued in: ca1646 1593 - - technic: Copper print ; colorit: ; condition: Tears in the center perfectly restored ; size in cm : 23 x 32 - description: Map shows the city of Munich when king Gustav Adolf of Sweden is entering the city and receiving the city key - Vita of the artist: Matthäus Merian (1593 ? 1650) , born in Basel, learned the art of copperplate engraving in Zurich and subsequently worked and studied in Strasbourg, Nancy, and Paris, before returning to Basel in 1615. The following year he moved to Frankfurt, Germany where he worked for the publisher Johann Theodor de Bry. He married his daughter, Maria Magdalena 1617. In 1620 they moved back to Basel, only to return three years later to Frankfurt, where Merian took over the publishing house of his father-in-law after de Bry's death in 1623. In 1626 he became a citizen of Frankfurt and could henceforth work as an independent publisher. He is the father of Maria Sibylla Merian, who later published her the famous and wellknown studies of flowers, insects and butterflies.

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        Le cucine dei Sadeler

      1593. Cristo nella casa di Marta e Maria & L'uomo ricco e l'uomo povero & Cristo a Emmaus Serie completa di tre incisioni, che costituiscono la cosiddetta serie "Le cucine dei Sadeler", composta da due lavori di Johannes ed uno del fratello Raphael. Le opere derivano da soggetti di Jacopo Ponte da Bassano e sono datate dal 1593 al 1598. Esemplari di primo stato, avanti l'indirizzo di Dankerts. Buone prove, impresse su carta vergata coeva, con sottili margini, tracce di colore al verso parzialmente visibili al recto, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Hollstein 199, 200 (Johannes) e 43 (Raphael). Dimensioni 295x235 circa. A complete series of three engravings, the so - called "Sadelers' kitchens", made of two works realized by Johannes and one by his brother Raphael. These works have been realized after subjects of Jacopo Ponte from Bassano and have been engraved between 1593 and 1598. Examples in the first state, before the address of Dankerts was added. Good works, printed on contemporary laid papers with thin margins, light signs of colour on verso partly visible on recto, otherwise in good condition. Bibliografia: Hollstein 199, 200 (Johannes) e 43 (Raphael). Dimensioni 295x235 circa.

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        Güldener Brieff deß hochlöblichsten Fürsten und Herrn, Herrn Georgen, Hertzogen zu Sachsen, etc. an den theuren Mann Martin Luther geschriben. An jetzo aber allen und jeden, so wol Papisten, als auch evangelischen Christen [...] zu Gefallen in Truck verfertigt. No place or printer, 1593.

      1593. 4to. (2), 13, (1) pp. With woodcut title vignette. (Bound after) II: Valentia, Gregor de, SJ. (praes.) / Hendschele, Tobias (resp.). Disputatio theologica de theologiae necessitate et ratione [...]. Ingolstadt, David Sartorius, 1589. (6), 8 pp., l. bl. f. (Bound after) III: Rabe, [Johann] Jakob. In formulam concordiae Iacobi Andreae Schidelini [...] quam Sturmius impugnat, [anonymos]. Ingolstadt, Weissenhorn/Wolfgang Eder, 1580. 18 unn. ff. (last bl.). With woodcut title border. (Bound after) IV: Thyraeus, Petrus, SJ. (praes.) / Bickel, Philipp (resp.). Examen apologeticarum thesium Danielis Tossani [...]. Mainz, Caspar Behem, 1588. 50 unn. ff. With woodcut title border. (Bound after) V: Pistorius von Nidda, Johann. Epistolae duae [...] ad Ioannem Pappum, Lutheranae theologiae doctorem [...]. Freiburg, Abraham Gemperlin, 1592. 111, (1) pp. (Bound after) VI: Hänlin, Georg. Parallela confessionis augustinianae, et augustanae. Opposita parallelis Ioannis cuiusdam Pappi [...] Cum epistolis duabus ad eundem Pappum, scripis à Ioanne Pistorio Nidano. Freiburg, Abraham Gemperlin, 1592. (20), 122, (2) pp. (Bound after) VII: Stevart Leodius, Pierre (praes.) / Aedilis, Georg (resp.). Brevis explicatio, octo priorum capitum epistolae D. Pauli ad Romanos [...]. Ingolstadt, David Sartorius, 1586. (4), 42, (2) pp. (Bound after) VIII: Stevart Leodius, Pierre (praes.) / Rotbaur, Johann (resp.). Prioris epistolae D. Pauli ad Timotheum pars posterior, id est Tria posteriora capita [...]. Ingolstadt, Wolfgang Eder, 1587. (4), 35, (1) pp. With large woodcut on reverse of t.p. (Bound after) IX: Stevart Leodius, Pierre (praes.) / Kepser, Wilhelm Sixtus (resp.). Epistolae D. Pauli ad Galatas expositio [...]. Ingolstadt, Wolfgang Eder, 1592. (4), 13 pp., 14-39, (1) ff. With woodcut printer's device on t.p. (Bound after) X: Stevart Leodius, Pierre (praes.) / Schmidtner, Michael (resp.). Epistolae divi Pauli ad Hebraeos, septem priorum capitum brevis explicatio [...]. Ingolstadt, David Sartorius, 1588. (4), 47, (1) pp. (Bound after) XI: Stevart Leodius, Pierre (praes.) / Winzet of Glasgow, John (resp.). In canonicam D. Jacobi epistolam brevis commentarius [...]. Ingolstadt, David Sartorius, 1591. (4), 50, (2) pp. With woodcut title border. (Bound after) XII: Stevart Leodius, Pierre (praes.) / Melemius, Andreas (resp.). Exegesis in epistolam D. Pauli ad Ephesios ecclesiae [...]. Ingolstadt, David Sartorius, 1593. (4), 83, (1) pp. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin on 4 double bands. Wants ties. All edges loosely sprinkled in red. Fine sammelband, uniting twelve counter-reformatory pamphlets. Apart from the very rare first separate publication of the letter by Duke George of Saxony to Luther (previously printed only in collected editions), the volume contains eleven anti-Lutheran polemics, some printed as disputations or dissertations. The somewhat dusty binding shows roll-tools of the Saints Peter, Paul, and John. - Well-preserved collection of Catholic polemical writing in a contemporary blindstamped binding. I: Not in VD 16, Adams, BM-STC German. - II: VD 16, V 83. Stalla 1616. Not in de Backer/Sommervogel, Adams, BM-STC German. - III: VD 16, R 4. Stalla 840. Not in Adams or BM-STC German. - IV: VD 16, T 1244. Adams T 699. De Backer/Sommervogel VIII, 13, 9. Not in BM-STC German. - V: Adams P 1317. Not in BM-STC German or VD 16. - VI: VD 16, H 131 and P 3041. Adams H 4. Not in BM-German. - VII: VD 16, S 8953. Stalla 1564. Not in Adams or BM-STC German. - VIII: VD 16, S 8967. Stalla 1013. Not in Adams or BM-STC German. - IX: VD 16, S 8956. Stalla 1132. Not in Adams or BM-STC German. - X: VD 16, S 8957. Stalla 1607. Not in Adams or BM-STC German. - XI: VD 16, S 8961. Stalla 1693. Not in Adams or BM-STC German. - XII: VD 16, S 8959. Stalla 1739. Not in Adams or BM-STC German.

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        Madonna con Bambino

      1593. Bulino, 1593, firmato e datato in lastra in basso a destra. Da un soggetto di Annibale Carracci. Bellissima prova, riccca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Engraving, 1593, signed and dated at lower right. After Annibale Carracci. A fine impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the paltemark, good conditions. Wurzbach II, 542, 39. 108 158

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      - No Penedo das Fontes, no anno de 1593. E Itinerario da gente, que delle se salvou, athè chegarem a Moçambique. ESCRITA Por JOAÕ BAPTISTA LAVANHA Cosmografo mòr de Sua Magestade. No anno de 1597. [Aliás 1736] [In] Tomo II, pags. 215-313: HISTÓRIA TRAGICO-MARITIMA: em que se escreveram chronologicamente os Naufragios, depois que se poz em exercicio a navegação da Índia. Tomo Segundo [.] Por Bernardo Gomes de Brito [e outros]. LISBOA OCCIDENTAL: Na Officina da Congregação do Oratório. 1736. In 4º (de 18,5x13 cm) com [II], 98 pags. numeradas de [II], 217 a 313. Encadernação do séc. XIX com lombada em pele. Exemplar com ex-libris oleográfico da famosa biblioteca de Vieira Pinto na primeira página de texto. Separata da famosa e rara História Tragico-Maritima compilada por Bernardo Gomes de Brito. Trata-se da 4ª Relação apresentada no Tomo II, pags 215-313, contendo no pé da última página o reclamo tipográfico para a entrada da Relação seguinte. Esta Relação costuma aparecer no 2º volume da História Trágico Maritima, atribuindo o bibliógrafo Inocêncio a esta Relação o número 4 do dito segundo volume. Esta relação foi originalmente impressa no ano de 1597, em Lisboa, por Alexandre de Siqueira. Barbosa I, 532; Borba de Moraes I, 125-126. Inocêncio I, 306: «JOÃO BAPTISTA LAVANHA, Cavalleiro da Ordem de Christo, Cosmographo-mór do reino, e Chronista-mór de Portugal. ****** N. em Lisboa, de certo antes de 1555, por ser n"esse anno que faleceu seu pae. M. em Madrid em 1625, sendo então de edade mui provecta, segundo diz Barbosa. [.] 402) Naufragio da nau Sancto Alberto e itinerario da gente que d"ella se salvou. Lisboa, por Alexandre de Siqueira 1597. 8.º ****** Sahiu reproduzido no tomo II da Historia Tragico-maritima». Inocêncio I, 377: «BERNARDO GOMES DE BRITO, natural de Lisboa, e nascido a 20 de Maio de 1688. Barbosa nada diz do seu estado ou profissão, nem tão pouco da epocha da sua morte, talvez porque ainda vivia em 1759. Com louvavel curiosidade e diligencia reuniu uma ampla collecção de relações e noticias de naufragios, e successos infelizes, acontecidos aos navegadores portuguezes, dividindo ****** a em cinco volumes, de que todavia só publicou os primeiros dous, ignorando ****** se o destino que tiveram os restantes, os quaes Barbosa affirma acharem ****** se no seu tempo promptos para a impressão. Esta obra, assás conhecida, intitula ****** se: Historia tragico ****** maritima, em que se escrevem chronologicamente os naufragios que tiveram as naus de Portugal, depois que se poz em exercicio a navegação da India. Lisboa, na Off. da Congregação do Oratorio; o tomo I, 1735. 4.º de XVI ****** 79 pag. - O tomo II, 1736. 4.º de XVI ****** 538 paginas. [.] [.] No tomo II se incluem: [.] [.] 4. Relação do naufragio da nau Sancto Alberto no penedo das Fontes por João Baptista Lavanha. 1593. - Tinha sido impressa em 1597 ». Location/localizacao: 3-A4-B-50

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        Biturigum provinciæ quæ Berry Vulgo dicitur Chorographicæ descriptio. Pedemontanæ totius prope Italiæ fertilissimæ Regionis una cum suis finitimis elegantissimo description.

      1593 - Antwerp, 1593, Latin text edition. 345 x 500mm. Two maps on one sheet: Berry in France and Piemonte in Italy. Engraved by the van Doeticum brothers, c.1570, this example comes from the 1593 edition of De Jode's 'Speculum Orbis Terrae', published two years after his death by his widow and son. This was to be the last edition: after the death of Cornelis De Jode in 1600 the plates were bought by Vrients, then the owner of the Ortelius plates, merely to stop their re-issue. KOEMAN: Jod 2.

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        "Ordenliche Visch und Vischkhauffs ordnung" von Johannes Christophorus, "Abbte des Gotshaus Männsee". [Mondsee], 1. III. 1593.

      1593. Deutsche Handschrift auf Papier. 5 SS. auf 3 Bll. sowie das hintere Bl. des Umschlags mit Datierung. Roter Pappband unter Verwendung alten Materials. Folio. Entstanden unter dem Benediktinerabt Johannes Christophorus zu Mansee, regelt die vorliegende Fischereiordnung in 25 Punkten alle Belange des Fischfangs und -handels am Mondsee. - Der gegen Ende des 16. Jhdts. nachweisbare Abt war Verfasser des 1599 in Salzburg erschienenen "Berichts von S. Wolfgang, Bischofs zu Regensburg, Herkommen, Leben und Ableben" (vgl. Jöcher/Adelung II, 2301). - Das Wasserzeichen nicht bei Piccard, aber ähnlich zu Piccard IX/1, 508 (Ortenberg, Salzburg um 1575). - Aus der Privatsammlung von Michaela Gräfin Almeida, München, der bis ins Jahr 2007 Besitzerfamilie des Mondsee.

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        Testamenti Veteris Biblia Sacra

      Folio, [8], 177, [3]p., 104, [3], 75 [i.e. 73] leaves, 12 pages, 13 - 129, [1], 74, [3], 198, [1] leaves, six parts each with divisional title-page and separate pagination or foliation, divisional titles to part 4 and the Apocrypha dated 1592, occasional mispagination or foliation, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, title-page with note in a contemporary hand " Elizabeth Rna. obit. 24 Martii 1602", occasional brief marginalia in the same hand with a further 5 lines to the verso of the final leaf

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        DEL BEVER CALDO COSTUMATO DA GLI ANTICHI ROMANI. Trattato d'Antonio Persio. Nel quale si pruova con l'historia, & essempio de gli antichi, & con la ragione, che il bere fatto caldo al fuoco, e di maggior giovamente,

      In Venetia, Gio. Battista Ciotta, 1593.. & forse anche gusto, che non e il freddo hoggidi usato. FIRST EDITION 1593, Italian text, small 8vo, approximately 165 x 110 mm, 6½ x 4¼ inches, printer's pictorial device on title page, decorated woodcut initials, 1 full page woodcut of a heating apparatus, 2 small ones in the text, leaves: (8), 86, (1) - blank, collation: a8, A-L7 (L7 is a blank), lacking L8-M8 of which L8-M7 is an index and M8 another blank, but the index is not present in all copies and this copy may have been issued without. Bound in modern green patterned boards, no label or lettering, new endpapers. Spine just very slightly worn, tiny split at tail of spine, very light browning to title page, 2 tiny ink spots on printer's device, 2 more on pictorial headpiece at the top of the Contents table, in both cases it was done to hide the breasts on the figures, from page 9-86 the top quarter of the leaf has pale stain, otherwise contents clean. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy of a scarce work (possibly lacking index as noted). "The ancient Roman custom of adding ice to drinks was revived in the sixteenth century and caused division among medical practitioners as to the effects of this practice on health. Persio sought to discourage the habit by maintaining that the ancient Romans drank heated beverages" - Sotheby's Tore Wretman Catalogue No. 34; Katherine Bitting, gastronomic Bibliography, page 366 (no index); William R. Cagle, A Matter of Taste, page 844, No. 1166; G. Vicaire Bibliographie Gastronomique, column 676; Gerard Oberle, Les Fastes de Bacchus et de Comus, No. 916. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Gelriae ducatus descriptio nova.[Amsterdam, after 1629?]. Engraved map (41.5 x 57 cm) on paper (45 x 59 cm), with a title cartouche flanked by Minerva and Apollo at upper left, with a cartouche below with dedication, and a scale (ca. 1:345,999) at lower right. With illustrated borders showing 9 city views and 6 costumes. In a passepartout (67 x 76 cm).

      V.d. Heijden, Kaart en kunst 14B (first state); Schilder, MCN VI, 66.2 (7 copies); Vredenburg-Alink, Kaarten van Gelderland, p. 37 (no. 33c). Second state of an "exceptionally beautiful map" (V.d. Heijden: "bijzonder mooie kaart") of the Duchy of Guelders, or the present-day province Gelderland, the Netherlands, engraved and first published by the Dutch cartographers Jodocus Hondius the younger (1593-1629) and Johannes Janssonius (1588-1664). The names of Hondius and Janssonius have been removed from the cartouche below the title in the present state. "The map is framed on four sides by town views and costumed figures. The ducal coat of arms in the centre of the top border (with the two lions of Gelre and Gulik) is flanked on each sides by two town views in oval frames ... The side borders show costumed figures from the country's different social classes" (Schilder). The cities and towns depicted are Roermond, Arnhem, Harderwijk, Venlo, Bommel, Tiel, Gelder, Zutphen and Nijmegen. Reinforced on the back and expertly washed, but otherwise in very good condition, with only a few tiny restorations in the margins.

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        HISTOIRE DES GUERRES D'ITALIE, composée par M. FRANCOIS GUICHARDIN Gentilhomme Florentin, & traduite d'Italien en François, par Hierosme Chomedey Parisien. NOUVELLE EDITION, diligemment revue & corrigée, à laquelle ont été adioustees Les OBSERVATIONS Politiques, militaires & morales du SIEUR DE LA NOUE. Autres Observations recueillies des instructions & avis du mesme seigneur. Deux amples indices, contenant par ordre Alphabetique les Maximes de Guichardin & celle du sieur de la Noue.

      Par les heritiers d'Eustache Vignon, 1593. Deux volumes in-12 (130x198mm). Tome I page de titre, Epistre, Advertissement, 403pp. , Gnomologie (premier et second indice), Troisieme indice + tome II page de titre, 379pp., Gnomologie (premier et second indice du second volume), troisième indice du second volume Reliure tardive, plein cartonnage vert, pièces de titre rouge, lettres et filets dorés. Reliure frottée, coins et coiffes émoussés, mors épidermés. Tâches noires marginales au premier volume sans altération de texte. Tampons d'ex-libris. Exemplaire solide. Port gratuit pour la France métropolitaine, envoi en colissimo.

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        Abri§ der Dreyen, gegeneinander Correspondierenden Vestungen Monaco, Capo di Sant Spirito, und Niza die Provenza

      Artist: Merian MatthŠus - 1650 Frankfurt/M; Issued in: Frankfurt on Main; date: c 1660 1593 - Artist: Merian, MatthŠus, 1593 - 1650 Frankfurt/M.; Issued in: Frankfurt on Main; date: c. 1660; - Condition: Very good; Map shows Monaco, Capo di Sant Spirito and Nizza

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        Summae theologiae D. Thomae Aquinatis, Doctoris Angelici, tertia pars

      Venetiis, Apud Dominicum Nicolinum, & Socios Inconnu 1593 In-4 (24,5 x 35 cm), relié plein vélin, tranches marbrées, plusieurs sections non paginées puis 174 pages, Summae theologiae D. Thomae Aquinatis, Doctoris Angelici, tertia pars, cum commentariis Reverendiff. D. Thomae de Vio Caietani, Cardinalis tituli S. Sixti et Opusculis Eiusdem in tres tomos distinctis. Que autem in ipsis commentariis continuentur, unà cum Questionibus, & Articulis, Index, qui sequitur, facile ostendit ; 12e volume sur 18 des oeuvres de Saint Thomas d'Aquin (d'après la description de l'exemplaire de la bibliothèque de Lyon, 3e et dernière partie de la Somme théologique, titre en frontispice, belle pagination en deux colonnes, ex libris ; mors supérieur fendu en tête, coiffes et coins légèrement frottés, intérieur frais, bon état général. Nos envois des ouvrages de moins de 60 Euros se font par colissimo (tarif de La Poste), et en colissimo Recommandes au-dela sauf avis contraire de votre part.

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        De la Démonomanie des Sorciers. De nouveau reveu et corrigé oultre les precedentes impressions. Par J. Bodin Angevin.

      A Anvers chez Jehan Keerberghe 1593 In-8 (17 x 10,5) de 467-(1) pp., vélin ivoire à rabats, filets d'encadrement à froid, titre manuscrit sur le dos, capitales et date inscrites sur les plats (reliure de l'époque). Tirage anversois de la huitième éditon à l'adresse de Jehan Kerberghe avec la Réfutation des opinions de Jean Wie. Colophon : A Anvers de l'Imprimerie d'Arnould Coninx, 1593. La Démonomanie fut publiée en 1580 à Paris et mise à l'index le 1er septembre 1594. « Comment l'auteur de la République, un sommet de la pensée juridico-politique, peut-il être aussi celui d'une Démonomanie, où la cruauté le dispute à la crédulité (...) Toute son oeuvre ne révèle-t-elle pas une propension certaine à faire intervenir dans le comportement des hommes des forces occultes, bonnes ou mauvaises ? Il est traumatisé par les malheurs qui frappent la France et qui manifestent, selon lui, la colère de Dieu : l'origine de cette colère, il la voit dans un offensive générale des démons, qui ont trouvé dans les sorciers des alliés et des instruments ». Première marque d'imprimeur sur le titre qui porte la devise Labore et Industria ; seconde marque au verso de l'ultime feuillet encadrée de la devise Virtute et constantia. Quelques passages soulignés à l'encre du temps ; feuillets légèrement roussis. Bel exemplaire estampé à froid dont les capitales HWVB/HZK ornent le plat supérieur tandis que la date 16/29 est inscrite sur le second plat ; titre manuscrit sur le dos. Ex dono manuscrit sur la garde supérieure Dedit Hieroniumo Stephano de Barne Experrissimus Doctor Medicinae frienharys 17 julii 1736 - précédé d'une mention plus ancienne Anno 16. Bibiographie critique des éditions anciennes de Jean Bodin, F8c ; Caillet, I, 1270 ; Guaïta, Bibliothèque occulte, 568 ; Tchemerzine, I, 723.

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        (Lettera Autografo) Pomponio Torelli (Poeta) - Parma 7/12/1593

      7/12/1593. (Lettera Autografo) Pomponio Torelli (Poeta) - Parma 7/12/1593. In-4° grande, 4 pp. di cui la prima scritta e l' ultima con l' indirizzo e il timbro in ceralacca. Rarissima lettera firmata e datata. Il celebre Pomponio Torelli, parmigiano Conte di Montechiarugolo (1539 - Parma 1608), e nobilissimo cavaliere, allo splendore del sangue aggiunse ancor quello delle lettere. Fu egli figlio di paolo e di Beatrice Pico della Mirandola e nacque nel 1539. Studiò in Padova. Tornato in patria, prese dopo più anni a sua moglie Isabella Bonelli, sorella del Card. Bonelli, 5 figli, Paolo, Pio, Marsilio, Cav. di Malta, Francesco e Solinguerra. Il Duca Ottavio Farnese inviollo in suo nome in Ispagna nel 1584, affin di ottenere la restituzione della cittadella di Piacenza fino allora occupata dagli spagnuoli, e con qual festa fosse egli in questa città ricevuto nel giugno dell' anno seguente, quando egli vi recò il reale dispaccio perciò ottenuto, si puo vedere nella storia di Piacenza del Poggioli...

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        Evangelicae Historiae Imagines. Ex ordine Evangeliorum, quae toto anno in Missiae Sacrificio recitantur, In ordinem temporis vitae Christi digestae. Autore Hieronymo Natali Societatis IESU Theologo Antuerpiae Anno Dni M.D.XCIII.

      Anvers, Martinus Nutius, 1593, 1 volume in-folio de 340x235 mm environ, 7 feuillets blancs, (5) ff. ( titre, epistre, index, dédicace), 149 feuillets, (20) ff. blancs, reliure plein veau brun, dos à nerfs muet, vignette dorée au centre des plats encadrée de filets à froids et d'une frise dorée avec petits fers à chaque angle, dans un double encadrements de filets et frise à froid, fermeture par des liens de cuir. Petite galerie de ver sur le premier contreplat, restaurations sur le cuir, il manque les planches : 78, 129, 140 et 152, remplacées par des planches extraites d'une autre édition de l'ouvrage avec traduction française (de qualité inférieure), une planche supplémentaire de même origine se trouve au N° 9, mouillures claires sur les feuillets blancs du début et fin de l'ouvrage sans atteinte aux gravures, bel et rare ouvrage bien conservé. LEvangelicae Historiae Imagines est un recueil de gravures portant sur des thèmes religieux, réalisé par Jérôme Nadal en 1593 et gravé par plusieurs graveurs flamands et lui-même.Cest le recueil le plus ancien de ce type qui nous soit parvenu.Nadal se contentant de rédiger les légendes (en 1573-1574), il commanda les gravures à plusieurs artistes flamands, mais eut beaucoup de mal à en trouver. Finalement, Nadal mourut en 1580 sans voir son entreprise menée à bien.L'ouvrage ne fut ainsi publié de façon posthume que plus de 10 ans plus tard, en 1593, grâce au travail éditorial du père Diego Jiménez. L'éditeur, Martinus Nutius, reçut le privilège du pape Clément III, signé par Vestrius Barbianus le 14 août 1593, pour autoriser la publication des Modèle : Lant, les textes de Jérôme Nadal qui seront accompagnés des gravures.

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        Biturigum provinciae quae Berry vulgo dicitur.../Pedemontanae...Regionis...descriptio

      1593. L'opera proviene dalla seconda edizione dello Speculum Orbis Terrarum, pubblicata postuma dal figlio Cornelis nel 1593. Gerard de Jode, editore e cartografo con fervente attività in Anversa, nel 1578 pubblica la prima edizione del suo celebre Speculum Orbis Terrarum. L'atlante, che nella sua prima stesura risulta essere di incredibile rarità, venne successivamente ristampato nel 1593 dal figlio Cornelis, con alcune varianti nel testo e nel numero delle tavole. Incisione in rame, intagliata dai fratelli Johoannes o Lucas van Deutecum, bella coloriura coeva, in buono stato di conservazione. This work comes from the second edition of Speculum Orbis Terrarum, published by his son Cornelis in 1591 after his death. De Jode was born in Nuremberg and worked as publisher and printer in Antwerp as fiere rival of Abraham Ortelius. Copperplate, in good conditions. Anversa Antwerpen 515 360

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        Modelbuch aller Art Nehwens unnd Stickens. Mit etlichen newe, künstlichen, vormals vorhaltenen Stücken und Stahelen, Als: Venedische Stern unnd Gewirck. Auff der Laden and nach der Zal. Die Welsch Weiss Arbeit. Glattstich, Creuzstich, Stickwerck. etc.

      Frankfurt: heirs of Christoph Egenolff, 1593. 4to (184 x 137 mm). Collation: [A] B-C [D] E-H4. [64] pp. Title printed in red and black, with large woodcut initial M, woodcut headpiece, and woodcut illustration after Hans Sebald Beham, showing four seated women at work in a garden, weaving, embroidering, and spinning, and a standing man; no text, two hundred sixteen woodblocks of needlework designs, about 22 blocks including more than one design. Very minor and discreet marginal repairs in first and last leaves, otherwise in fine condition. 18th-century marbled endpapers preserved as wrappers, bound in modern burgundy morocco gilt, by Asper of Geneva.*** A superb sixteenth-century pattern book for lace and needlework, of the utmost rarity, and in fine condition. The 63 pages of designs, comprising geometric, arabesque, floral, figural, classical, and orientalizing imagery, run the gamut of popular sixteenth-century ornament. Many of the woodcuts are white-on-black. Except for two religious images at the end, the motifs are secular. Several are of Middle Eastern origin. One block, on fol. C2r, shows a gothic alphabet. Two circular interlace designs recall Dürer's copies of Milanese roundels, attributed to Leonardo da Vinci. Much of this edition copies designs from Heinrich Quentell's Cologne 1541 edition. Christoph Egenolff and his heirs were notorious imitators or plagiarizers of other publishers' successes, and their many editions of popular herbals, pattern books, and other illustrated books often reached a wider public than the books they were imitating. The Egenolff firm's signature characteristic, in all of their textile pattern books, was a helter-skelter but enchanting juxtaposition of widely varying popular designs, well exemplified here. In the case of pattern books, however, a publishing free-for-all was already well under way in Europe. The earliest known printed textile pattern book was printed by Johann Schönsperger circa 1523. Within a few years the genre had mushroomed. Rather than borrowing blocks, printers and publishers simply had them cut anew, with the result that, "in certain cases, at least five fairly similar blocks must have been in use across Europe at about the same time, alongside other iterations of the same, or similar, patterns. Over time. .. the web of exchange would become increasingly entangled, making it very difficult to establish where the patterns had originated, and it is therefore easy to understand why, to someone like William Ivins, the pattern books represented a bibliographic nightmare" (Speelberg, p. 22). Lotz lists nine Egenolff pattern books; this edition was the third to borrow from Quentell's 1541 edition, which in turn owed much to the books of Narcissus Renner. The title cut by Hans Sebald Beham had appeared in two earlier Egenolff editions, of ca. 1550 and 1564, according to Lotz. It was also used in Gülferrich's Modelbuch of 1553. The remarkable condition of this copy shows that it was never used. "As Metropolitan Museum curator Janet S. Byrne fittingly wrote, the pattern books `are apt to be incomplete and in poor condition because their sixteenth-century owners tore out pages, pasted or nailed them to workroom walls, fingered, folded, cut, scribbled on them, chalked and pricked them for transfer'" (Speelberg, p. 23, citing Byrne, 'Patterns by Master f,' Metropolitan Museum Journal 14 [1979], p. 106). Speelberg's spectacular recent exhibit at the Met reproduced a print depicting the several ways that designs from embroidery books could be transferred: they were often literally torn apart, and it is almost a miracle that any copies have survived at all. I locate one other copy of this edition, at the Bibliothèque nationale de France. VD16 M 5714; Arthur Lotz, Bibliographie der Modelbücher (Leipzig 1933) 20c, citing BnF copy only; cf. Femke Speelberg, "Fashion & Virtue, Textile Patterns and the Print Revolution," The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 2015; J. Byrne, Renaissance Ornament Prints and Drawings (NY 1981), p. 19; Gustav Pauli, Hans Sebald Beham (Strassburg 1901), 1222.

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        Primæ Partis Asiae.

      1593 - Antwerp, 1593, Latin text edition. Original colour. 300 x 505mm. The Ukraine, Turkey and Armenia, Cyprus, Palestine & upper Egypt, northern Arabia, Persia, the Caspian Sea with Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan & Afghanistan. Engraved c.1566-1570, this example comes from the 1593 edition of de Jode's 'Speculum Orbis Terrae', published two years after his death by his widow and son. This was to be the last edition: after the death of Cornelis De Jode in 1600 the plates were bought by Vrients, then the owner of the Ortelius plates, merely to stop their re-issue. Some of the most famous names in cartography of this period appear on this map: De Jode was the great rival of Ortelius, with whom he had a long-running feud; Gastaldi, De Jode's source, is best known for his maps in the 'Lafreri-type' atlases; and Lucas & Jan van Doeticum, the engravers, are renowned for the flair of their work for Waghenaer, Linschoten and Ortelius. KOEMAN: Jod 2.

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        Pedemontanae totius prope Italia fertilissimae regionis una cum suis finitimis elegantissimo descriptio.

      Anversa 1593 - Incisione in rame, colorata, mm 345x250. Tratta dal raro "Speculum Orbis Terrae", seconda edizione dell'atlante, curata dal figlio Cornelio. De Jode (1509-1591) fu un cartografo, incisore, stampatore ed editore attivo ad Anversa a metà del Cinquecento, stampando mappe nello stesso periodo di Ortelio, sebbene non sia stato in grado di uguagliare l'importanza dell'attività economica del rivale. Questo fece però si che le sue carte siano diventate decisamente più rare. Ottime condizioni con solo un segno verticale a sinistra in basso dovuto ad un rinforzo al verso. € 900

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        Codex medicamentarius, seu, pharmacopoea Tolosana, amplissimi senatus autoritate munita, ex mandato noblissimorum et vigilantissimorum capitolinorum in lucem edita.Toulouse, Arnaldus Colomerius, 1648. Small 4to (22 x 18 cm). With woodcut device on title-page, including the arms of Toulouse. Early boards, rebacked.

      Goldsmith, BMC STC French T478; Krivatsy 2541; WorldCat (7 copies). Rare first edition of the official pharmacopoeia of Toulouse by Pons-François Purpan (1593-1660). The pharmacopoeia starts with the "simple" medicaments, including plants, herbs, roots, minerals, animal products etc. and continues with the recipes of compound medicines, including waters, syrups oils, ointments, plasters etc., even including a chapter on the preparation of chemical medicines. The present copy lacks two engraved armorial plates, mentioned on WorldCat (Toulouse copy). They seem to be often lacking, since the other WorldCat copies don't mention them and they are also lacking in the two copies digitized on Google Books. With a stain on leaf C4, a small hole in leaf M2 affecting three letters, the title-page slightly browned, but otherwise still in good condition.

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        Die nach Osten ausgerichtete Karte zeigt das Saarland, Lothringen, Teile des Elsasses unf Burgunds, im Zentrum liegt etwa südlich von Remoncourt.

      - Kupferstich aus "Speculum Orbis Terrae" von Gerard de Jode, Anvers, 1593, 35x49 cm. *Schöner, kräftiger Abzug dieser frühen Karte, lediglich im Falz etwas leimschattig.

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        Promptuarium morale super euangelia dominicalia totius anni : ad instructionem concionatorum, reformationem peccatorum, consolationem piorum. Ex Sacris Scripturis, SS. Patribus & optimis quibusq[ue] authoribus studiose collectum ... / Authore Thoma Stapletono

      Antuerpiae : In Officina Plantiniana, apud viduam, & Ioannem Moretum. M.D.XCIII, 1593. Editio altera. Prelim & terminal page margins stained. Near contemporary limp vellum (dyed), good. Leather ties lacking. Hinges starting etc. The text block remains surprisingly well-prerserved. Scans and additional details on request. Includes indexes & bibliographical references as marginalia. Subjects; Catholic Church ? Doctrines - Early works to 1800. Bible. N.T. Gospels ? Commentaries ? Early works to 1800. Theology, Doctrinal ? Early works to 1800. Language; Latin.Printer's device beneath title. Contents: vol. 1. Pars aestivalis -- vol. 2. Pars hiemalis

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        Africae Vera Forma et Sitvs

      1593. Si tratta della seconda mappa dell'Africa realizzata dalla famiglia De Jode, nella fattispecie realizzata da Cornelis De Jode nel 1593. Suo padre, Gerard, nel 1578 aveva pubblicato l'atlante Speculum Orbis Terrarum, di cui intendeva probabilmente realizzare un'edizione riveduta e ampliata. A causa della sua morte, nel 1591, fu il figlio Cornelis a portarne a compimento il progetto nel 1593 con lo Speculum Orbis Terrae. Realizza così, dieci nuove mappe, tra cui questa carta dell'Africa. Cartograficamente la mappa deriva in parte dalla carta del mondo di Mercator del 1569, ed in parte da quella di Ortelius, pubblicata nel 1570. Incisione in rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Come tutte le carte della famiglia De Jode, anche questa mappa è molto rara. Infatti, dopo la prematura morte di Cornelis, nel 1600, tutte le lastre passarono a Jan Baptiste Vrients. La vedova di Vrients vendette poi le lastre a Moretus, ma non furono più utilizzate per successive tirature. "This is the De Jode family's second map of Africa, issued in 1593 by Cornelis de jode. His father, Gerard, in 1578 published the atlas Speculum Orbis Terrarum, and evidently he intended to issue a revisited and expanded edition. Due to his death, Cornelis realized the new edition and in 1593 published the atlas Speculum Orbis Terrae, adding ten new copperplates includind this map of Africa. The large title at the top is flanked by some intricate design work and the oceans are decorated with sailing ships and sea monsters. Cartographically, the map refers to Mercator for the river systems and Ortelius for other points. De Jode had originally intended his atlas to compete with Ortelius' ""Theatrum Orbis Terrarum"". The competition between De Jode and Ortelius had been intense, but the better - connected Ortelius was able to influence events - possibly even ensuring a denial of the necessary Royal Privilege for De Jode until 1577. De Jode's ""Speculum Orbis Terrarum"" was issued the next year. The ""Speculum ..."" had to compete against Ortelius' ""Theatrum Orbis Terrarum"", in its eighth year of publication and already in its sixteenth edition, and was unable to make any serious impression on the market - hold enjoyed by Ortelius. De Jode's maps are thus appreciably rarer than those by Ortelius and are often better engravings. A good impression of this finely engraved, rare and sought after map in overall good condition." Anversa Antwerpen R. L. Betz "The Mapping of Africa..." (2007), map 27; O. I. Norwich, "Norwich's Maps of Africa", map 19 450 325

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        Le grand miroir du monde

      Pour les héritiers d'Eustache Vignon, 1593. - Pour les héritiers d'Eustache Vignon, A Lyon 1593, in-8 (11,5x17,5cm), (22) 654pp., relié. - Seconda edizione, dopo il primo pubblicato nel 1587. Questa edizione è aumentata dal sesto libro dall'autore e commenti da Simon Goulart al termine di ognuno dei sei libri. Vincolanti pergamena completa. Indietro Dumb. Segni scritti a mano sulla piastra superiore. tracce lacci. Corpo del libro staccato di legarsi. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Seconde édition, très rare, après la première parue en 1587. Cette édition est augmentée du sixième livre par l'auteur et des commentaires de Simon Goulart à la fin de chacun des six livres. Texte en italiques. Reliure en plein parchemin. Dos muet. Traces manuscrites sur le plat supérieur. Traces de lacets. Travaux de vers au milieu de l'ouvrage, dans les marges, du feuillet 256 au feuillet 299 (perte parfois de lettres). Mouillure pâle en fin d'ouvrage en marge. Vaste poème didactique à carctère encyclopédique, dans le sillage de Du Bartas, dont Du Chesne était le disciple. Le sujet n'est rien moins que les merveilles du vaste univers : "J'ay prétendu en ce mien miroir, faire voir aux yeux d'un chacun les plus grandes merveilles, qui sont en tout ce grand univers." Le premier livre traite de Dieu, le second des actions de Dieu, les troisième des anges et des faux magiciens, prophètes et devins..., le quatrième s'occupe de la considération des oeuvres de Dieu, le cinquième du monde physique, le sixième des 4 éléments et notamment des oiseaux. A la fois Chimiste et alchimiste, Du Chesne était un célèbre médecin, disciple de Paracelse ; après l'Edit de nantes, il revint de Suisse pour devenir le physicien de Henri IV et prit une part active dans la guerre entre les médecins catholiques se réclamant de Galien et les protestants se réclamant de Paracelse. Ex-libris gravé du XIXe aux armes de De Verdon.  

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        Riposo durante la fuga in Egitto

      1593. Acquaforte, 1593, datata e firmata in lastra, in basso a destra. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con piccoli margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Stato unico. Quando Procaccini incide questa lastra, nel 1593 secondo la data riportata in basso a destra, era da poco giunto a Milano, perciò l'artista ricorda la sua città di origine nella firma Bol. bolognese. L'opera è tra le sue realizzazioni più celebri. Questa incisione rappresenta la terza versione del soggetto realizzata dell'artista. La scena è basata sul brano del Vangelo secondo Matteo 2: 13 - 15 I in cui si narra che un angelo apparve in sogno a Giuseppe e gli disse «Alzati, prendi con te il bambino e sua madre e fuggi in Egitto, e resta là finché non ti avvertirò, perché Erode sta cercando il bambino per ucciderlo». Il paesaggio è spesso una caratteristica importante nelle rappresentazioni della Fuga in Egitto, ma in questa incisione a dominare sono le figure che riempiono la scena quasi completamente. Il bambino, con l'aureola, è nel grembo di Maria, e guarda in direzione di Giuseppe che è appena dietro di loro, piegato in avanti. I volti di Giuseppe e Maria sono illuminati da una iridescenza che sembra irradiarsi dal bambino al quale guardano con espressione reverenziale. Etching, 1593, dated and signed on plate at bottom right. A good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with small margins, very good condition. When Procaccini engraved this plate, in 1593 according to the date shown on the bottom right, he had just arrived in Milan, so the artist recalls his hometown in the signature: Bol bolognese. This etching represents the artist's third version of the Rest. The motif is based on Matthew 2:13 - 15 I which Joseph, warned in a dream of Herod's murderous search for the prophesied King of the Jews, talking "the child and his mother with him, left that night for Egypt". Landscape is often an important feature in images of the Rest, but in this etching the massive figures fill the scene almost entirely. The haloed child reclines in Mary's lap, looking upward toward Joseph who looms over them, animating the scene as he leans forward with a citron in his hand. Forming sort of a protective cave for the baby Jesus, Mary and Joseph are each encased in a bulky carapace of draperies composed of a thick network of cross - hatching complemented by shorter strokes and a system of dots that modulate the chiaroscuro and suggest homespun textures. Their faces are lit by an iridescence that seems to radiate from the child on whom they gaze with awed expressions. The work is among his most famous creations. TIB, 39, p. 101 n.5; Bartsch, XVIII, p. 19 n. 2. 209 262

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        Annotazioni intorno alla vita, e morte della Sereniss. D. Maria Principessa di Parma.. Tradotte di lingua Spagnuola dal Cavaliere fra Giulio Zanchini da Castiglionchio.

      Filippo Giunti, 1593. In 8vo (cm 16), pergamena floscia coeva con titolo manoscritto lungo il dorso, pp. (8), 307, (11), 2 bianche. Marca tipografica sul titolo ed in fine. Alone nel margine inferiore delle carte centrali del volume, qualche fioritura sparsa, ma nel complesso ottima copia genuina nella sua prima legatura.RARA PRIMA EDIZIONE IN ITALIANO, dedicata dal traduttore Giulio Zanchini ad Olimpia Aldobrandini, delle annotazioni che il teologo spagnolo Diego Perez de Valdivia scrisse a commento della biografia di Maria di Portogallo (1538 - 1577, dal 1565 moglie di Alessandro Farnese duca di Parma e Piacenza), che il gesuita Sebastià£o Moraes (1534 - 1588), suo padre confessore, scrisse all'indomani della sua morte nel 1577 (Vita e morte della Serenissima Principessa di Parma e Piacenza, Bologna, 1578). L'operetta, che tramanda un'immagine stilizzata della personalità  di Maria, proponendola al pubblico delle lettrici come modello di virtù cattolica nel solco della tradizione delle Vite delle vergini devote, ebbe grandissimo successo, venendo riedita per ben sedici volte fino al 1612. Nel 1586 fu anche tradotta in tedesco dal teologo svizzero Sebastian Werro (Warhafftige Historie und Beschreibung vom Leben und Absterben der Durchleuchtigsten Hochgebornen Fürstin und Frauwen Maria, Freiburg i.B., 1586).«Fu, nel 1587 [Libro de la breve relacion de la vida y muerte exemplarissima de la princesa de Parma de felice memoria con anotaciones, Barcelona, 1587], il teologo spagnolo Perez ad aggiungere al testo originale della biografia delle annotazioni dettagliate, nelle quali ogni episodio della Vita viene discusso e inquadrato in un più ampio contesto morale e pedagogico allo scopo di esaltare, se possibile ancor di più, l'esemplarità  del comportamento di Maria. Le Annotazioni di Perez si spingono dunque più avanti nel processo di idealizzazione della principessa: il commento spezza il flusso del racconto biografico deducendone delle esplicite regole di vita. Che questo testo non sia pensato per una lettura da capo a fondo, lo si vede dalla scelta di Perez di compilare un indice dettagliato.. Il Corso aveva già  compiuto un tentativo simile di orientamento della lettura del pubblico femminile con le Esposizioni delle rime di Vittoria Colonna.. In merito alla lettura, Perez suggerisce di trarne conforto nei momenti di tristezza, dubbio o di tentazione della carne. Toccando esplicitamente il dibattito sul profitto e il danno della lettura spiega che le letture, se edificanti, non possono che avere risultati positivi, visto che impegnano ad una obbedienza maggiore. Affermando che si dovrebbe incoraggiare questo modo di trasmettere il sapere Perez trova così un ruolo alla stampa anche in un contesto, quale quello cattolico, che soffriva, a differenza di quello protestante, dell'incapacità  di cogliere in essa uno strumento utile ai propri fini propagandistici» (X. von Tippelskirch, «Con la lettura di questa santa operina, attenderà  ad infiammare se medesima»: annotazioni alla 'Vita' di Maria di Portogallo, principessa di Parma e Piacenza (1538 - 1577), in: "Alle origini della biografia femminile. Mélanges de l'École française de Rome"?, t. 113, 1, Roma, 2001, pp. 249 - 250).Sulla vita e le opere di Perez de Valdivia vedi J. Melgares Raya - P. Ayala Cañada, Diego Pérez de Valdivia. Rector de la Universidad de Baeza en el Siglo XVI, 1999, passim.Catalogo unico, ITICCUBVEE10778, L.S. Camerini, I Giunti tipografi editori di Firenze 1571 - 1625, Firenze, 1979, p. 105, nr. 191, A. Erdmann, My gracious silence, Luzern, 1999, p. 185.

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        Il cortegiano... riveduto, et corretto da Antonio Ciccarelli da Fumighi, dottore in teologia

      appresso la Minima Compagnia, 1593. Cm. 15, cc. (40) 212. Marchio tip. al frontespizio ed alcuni capolettera in xilografia. Leg. posteriore in piena pergamena rigida con unghie e titoli ms. al dorso. Qualche leggera arrossatura, ma esemplare ben conservato. Baldassarre Castiglione (1478 - 1529) è ritenuto uno dei più eleganti scrittori italiani della prima metà del Cinquecento. Questa celebre opera è dedicata alla figura del cortigiano; attraverso una prosa efficace l'A. mira a delineare l'arte di compiacere la corte e di rendersi graditi al principe. L'opera, a testimonianza ulteriore del grande successo raggiunto, ricevette numerose traduzioni in Europa e divenne un testo politico di riferimento. Cfr. Censimento, III, 2079.

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        Le Grand Miroir du monde.. Deuxièsme édition, reveue, corrigée & augmentée en divers endroits, & d'un livre entier, par l'Auteur, à  la fin de chaque livre sont de nouveau adjoustées amples annotations et observations sur le texte.. par S[imon].G[Goulart].S[enlisien].

      Heirs of Eustache Vignon, 1593. 8vo. (24), 654 pp. (lacking the last blank leaf). With the printer's device on the title - page. Old vellum, manuscript title on the spine, small repair to the inner margin of title - page and the outer margin of leaf Â&para,6, some insignificant wormholes on a few leaves that only in a few cases slightly touch the text, some occasional light dampstains, margins cut a bit short, but all in all a very good copy (especially considering the poor quality of the paper).FIRST EDITION AUGMENTED with a sixth book and the commentary by Simon Goulart. This metaphysical chemical cosmology is a poetical account of the universe that began with God and the creation and proceeded to describe the three worlds: intellectual, celestial and elementary. In his ambitious project Duchesne discusses the heavens, the stars, the angels, and the oceans, as well as the theory of sympathetic action. In the newly added sixth book, he promised in the preface another four books, which, however, he did not realize. The last of these would describe man and microcosm (cf. D. Kahn, L'interprétation alchimique de la Genèse chez Joseph Du Chesne dans le contexte de ses doctrines alchimiques et cosmologiques, in: "Scientiae et artes: Die Vermittlung alten und neuen Wissens in Literatur, Kunst und Musik"?, B. Mahlmann - Bauer, ed., Wiesbaden, 2004, pp. 641 - 692)The poem is dedicated to Henry of Navarre, and the dedicatory epistle expresses confidence that the poem will be well received, citing the warm welcome accorded to the poet by Navarre upon his last visit to Gascony as evidence that Navarre will also welcome his poem. This is an indication of Duchesne's attempt to gain a post with Navarre, he was successful in this attempt and thus able to describe himself in the 1593 edition of his poem as 'Adviser and Physician to the King'."In short, natural - philosophical poetry in the style of Du Bartas was one of those Renaissance discourses in which similarity was a central epistemological category, and the similarity between the natural and the societal or political was an important one. Indeed, while the representation of the natural world is justified for these poets by its status as an image of its Creator (as Du Bartas says explicitly and Duchesne's title suggests), it seems also to be validated by its ability to provide lessons for human society. The Grand Miroir was first published in 1587. Then, in 1593, when controversy concerning monarchy and Navarre had become extremely acute, an enlarged edition was published which made even greater use of commonplace analogies to form arguments about kingship. I would argue that the 1593 edition, in common with some apocalyptic poetry, bears witness to an increasing politicization of the genre popularized by Du Bartas, it also allows us to trace the representation of kingship - by a Huguenot in the service of Navarre - over the years during which the League most radically challenged royal authority while Navarre fought to conquer what, after 1589, he considered his own kingdom (K. Banks, Royal Authority and Commonplace Similitudes in French Natural - philosophical Poetry: Duchesne's 'Grand Miroir du Monde' and Du Bartas's 'Septmaine', in: "Commonplace Culture in Western Europe in Early Modern Period. I: Reformation and Counter - Reformation and Revolt"?, Louvain, 2011, p. 135).At p. 294 Du Chesne mentions Nicolaus Copernicus: "Fermes tes fondamens, Copernique, je voy,/ Mais ie suy le chemin plus batu, quant à moy"?.Joseph Duchesne, born in Armagnac, was the son of a physician. He studied first at Montpellier. He married a granddaughter of the humanist Guillaume Budé and, because of persecution of the French Protestants, spent many years away from his homeland. Duchesne received his medical degree at Basel in 1573 and for some time was settled at Kassel, the capital of the grand duchy of Hesse. At this time and later the grand dukes were noted for their patronage of the new Paracelsian - Hermetic medicine. Later Duchesne moved to Geneva where he was received as a citizen in 1584. After election to the Council of Two Hundred (1587), he was sent on several diplomatic missions. In 1592 he helped determine the peace terms which the Republic of Geneva made with its neighbors. The following year Duchesne returned to Paris, where he was appointed physician in ordinary to King Henry IV. In 1601 Nicolas Brà'gg lart de Sillery gave him a mission as envoy to the Swiss cantons. In 1604 he went to the court of Maurice of Hesse - Cassel, where he gave scientific demonstrations in a laboratory set up for him. Later he returned to Paris, where he died in 1609. Duchesne was not only a figure of some importance in science and medicine but also in French literature. His La morocosmie (1583, 1601) and Poesies chrestiennes (1594) have been commented on favorably by literary historians In addition, he ventured into tragicomedy with L'ombre de Garnier Stauffacher (1583), a work which took as its theme the alliance between Zurich, Berne, and Geneva (cf. P. Lordez, Jospeh du Chesne, sieur de la Violette, médecin du roi Henri IV, chimiste, diplomate et poète, in: "Revue d'histoire de la pharmacie"?, 35/17, 1947, pp. 154 - 158, and A.G. Debus, Jacques Duchesne, in: "Dictionary of Scientific Biography"?, 4, 1971, pp. 208 - 210).Simon Goulart was born at Senlis in northern France. He first studied law in Paris, then adopted the Reformed faith and became pastor at Geneva in 1566. He was called to Antwerp, to Orange, to Montpellier and to Nà&reg,mes as minister, and to Lausanne as professor, but later definitively settled at Geneva. In 1595 he preached aggressively against Gabrielle d'Estrées, the favorite of Henry IV of France. He was put in prison by order of the Council of Geneva, after eight days he was released, although the French ambassador had demanded a more severe punishment. After the death of Théodore de Bèze he was named by the Geneva City Council president of the 'Vénérable Compagnie des Pasteurs'. He wrote a number of books on history and theology and also was a skilled poet. He made additions to Jean Crespin's Histoire des Martyrs (Geneva, 1608), he wrote also Recueil contenant les choses les plus mémorables advenues sous la Ligue (1590 - 99), and Recueil des choses mémorables sous le règne de Henri IV (1598) (cf. L.C. Jones, Simon Goulart, 1543 - 1628, étude biographique et bibliographique, Genève Paris, 1917, passim). For his commentary on the Le Grand Miroir du monde see I. Pantin, Simon Goulart et Joseph Du Chesne. Les enjeux du commentaire, in: "Simon Goulart. Un pasteur aux intérêts vastes comme le monde"?, O. Pot, éd., (Genève, 2013), pp. 187 - 204.Adams C - 1014, Index Aureliensis, 156.789, GLN - 3613, L.C. Jones, Simon Goulart, 1543 - 1628, étude biographique et bibliographique, (Genève Paris, 1917), pp. 614 - 6125, no. 41, D. Kahn, Alchimie et Paracelsisme en France à la fin de la Renaissance, 1567 - 1625, (Paris, 2007), p. 636, A.M. Schmidt, La poésie scientifique en France au XVIe siècle, (Paris, 1938), pp. 294 - 303.

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        Tabula Aurea magistri Petri de Bergomo, Ordinis Fratum Praedicatorum, Doctoris celeberrimi, In omnia Opera Divi Thomae Aquinatis, eiusdem Ordinis. Cum additionibus Conclusionum, Concordantijs dictorum eius, ac Divinae Scripturae Auctoritabus.

      Dominicum Nicolinum, 1593. In 4°, p. perg. a codici, cc. nn. 5 + c. n. 298 + 107 di "Concordantiae Dictorum et Conclusionum, Divi Thomae de Aquino". Nervi. Front. figurato con ricca inc. a tutta p. e caratteri rossi e neri. Capilettera su piccole inc. Bruniture su alcune c. numerate. Lievi mende ai piatti. D. rinforzato. Il front. e le cc.nn. sono sciolti. Uno dei più importanti e autorevoli commenti all'opera di San Tommaso D'Aquino.

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        Pedemontanae totius prope Italia fertilissimae regionis una cum suis finitimis elegantissimo descriptio.

      1593. Incisione in rame, colorata, mm 345x250. Tratta dal raro "Speculum Orbis Terrae", seconda edizione dell'atlante, curata dal figlio Cornelio. De Jode (1509 - 1591) fu un cartografo, incisore, stampatore ed editore attivo ad Anversa a metà del Cinquecento, stampando mappe nello stesso periodo di Ortelio, sebbene non sia stato in grado di uguagliare l'importanza dell'attività economica del rivale. Questo fece però si che le sue carte siano diventate decisamente più rare. Ottime condizioni con solo un segno verticale a sinistra in basso dovuto ad un rinforzo al verso. € 900

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        Vera et simplex narratio colloquii inter viros delegatos habiti, tum, qui Ducis Meduani, Status ac Coronae Galliarum Locum - tenentis generalis, Principum etiam, Praelatorum, ac publicorum, quae Parisijs habita sunt, Regni Comitiorum: tum qui Principum, Praelatorum, Nobilium, caeterorumque Catholicorum, qui regi Navarrae adhaerent, nomine convenerunt.

      Fédéric Morel, 1593. In 8vo, bella legatura coeva in pergamena semirigida, piatti recanti al centro un ferro ovale (fatto di fronde e ghirlande finemente intrecciate) in oro entro filettatura dorata, dorso con fregi in oro e titolo manoscritto, tagli dorati, pp. 272. Marca tipografica al titolo (Renouard, 807). Foro di tarlo nel margine superiore di quasi tutto il volume, altro segno di tarlo nel margine inferiore ad inizio volume (in entrambe i casi senza alcun danno al testo), per il resto ottima copia in elegante legatura.PRIMA EDIZIONE IN LATINO, nella traduzione di Étienne Durand o Étienne Bernard, del Discours et rapport véritable de la conférence de Surenne.., solitamente attribuito a Honoré Du Laurens. L'opera è una testimonianza di prima mano della celebre conferenza che si tenne a Suresnes nel 1593, la quale portò all'adozione del Cattolicesimo da parte di Enrico IV. L'autore, benché cattolico, era un realista.Honoré du Laurens nacque a Arles da un'importante famiglia del posto. Il padre era un medico che godeva dei favori di Enrico IV. Egli fu membro della Ligue e avvocato generale nel parlamento della Provenza. Rimasto vedovo nel 1600, prese l'abito ecclesiastico. Poco dopo, Enrico IV lo nominò arcivescovo di Embrun, carica che egli in un primo momento rifiutò, scappando a Roma, ma che fu successivamente costretto ad accettare. Du Laurens morì a Parigi nel 1612.H. Hauser, Les sources de l'histoire de France au XVIe siècle, Paris, 1915, IV, nr. 3051, D. Pallier, Recherches sur l'imprimerie à  Paris pendant la Ligue, Genève, 1975, nr. 843, Barbier, I, col. 1016 e IV, col. 1400.

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        Les memoires de Messire Philippe de Commines, chevalier, seigneur d'Argenton : sur les faicts & gestes abbregees, de Loys xj. & Charles viij. son fils, rois de France: Auec la vie de mess. Angelo Cattho, archeuesque de Vienne: Plus, deux epistres de Iean Sleidan en la recommandation de l'autheur. Le tout reueu & corrigé de nouueau. Item, vn indice des choses plus remarquables

      Pour Jacques Chouet, 1593. - Pour Jacques Chouet, [Genève] 1593, in - 12 (8x14,3cm), (38) 854pp. (1f. bc.), relié. - Nuova edizione della versione riveduta da Denys Savage con le Epistole di Sleidan, che sembra essere apparso per la prima volta nel 1579 in Bonefons a Parigi. Aletta flessibile Velin tempo pieno. Come penna e il tempo. Tracce di lacci. Il primo strato bianco non era collegato. Umidità molto pallido p.280 a 330P. Buona copia nella vecchia vincolante. Padre della storia moderna, il libro Commynes, che stabilisce anche una regola di condotta politica del Grande Regno, è la più grande fonte di questo periodo. Dal 1472 - 1483, dopo essere stato il consigliere del duca di Borgogna (Carlo il Temerario), Commynes sarà al servizio di Luigi XI, allora Carlo VIII e Luigi XII. Non brillano attraverso le sue capacità diplomatiche, soprattutto in Italia; così memorie sono anche una storia d'Europa. Spesso dimentichiamo che la sua carriera esemplare goduto di una parentesi di vergogna opporsi al giovane Carlo VIII per le sue idee liberali, si unì alla causa del futuro Luigi XII (cospirazione per eliminare Carlo VIII). E 'stato pertanto arrestato e rinchiuso in una gabbia di ferro a Loches per cinque mesi nel 1488. Fino ad oggi, il lavoro è ancora studiato, Memorie Commynes mai riuscito a successo e l' interesse. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition de la version revue et corrigée par Denys Savage avec les épitres de Sleidan, laquelle semble avoir paru pour la première fois en 1579 chez Bonefons, à Paris. Reliure en plein vélin souple d'époque à rabats. Titre à la plume et date. Traces de lacets. Le premier feuillet blanc n'a pas été relié. Mouillure très pâle de la p.280 à 330p. Bon exemplaire dans sa reliure ancienne. Oeuvre incontournable engendrant l'histoire moderne, l'ouvrage de Commynes, qui fixe en outre une règle de conduite politique aux Grands du royaume, constitue la plus grande source de cette période. De 1472 à 1483, après avoir été le conseiller du Duc de Bourgogne (Charles le Téméraire), Commynes passera au service de Louis XI, puis de charles VIII et de Louis XII. Il y brillera par ses talents de diplomate, notamment en Italie ; de ce fait, les Mémoires sont aussi une histoire de l'Europe. On oublie trop souvent que sa carrière exemplaire connut un intermède de disgrâce : s'opposant au jeune Charles VIII par ses idées libérales, il rallia la cause du futur Louis XII (complot visant à enlever Charles VIII). Il fut en conséquence arrêté et enfermé dans une cage de fer à Loches durant cinq mois, en 1488. Jusqu'à aujourd'hui, l'oeuvre étant encore étudiée, Les Mémoires de commynes n'ont jamais failli au succès et à l'intérêt.

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        Promptuarium Morale. Super Euangelia Dominicalia totius anni. Ad instructionem concionatorum. Ad reformationem peccatorum. Ad consolationem piorum. Ex Sacris Scripturis, SS. Patribus, et optimis quibusque authoribus studiose collectum.

      Antwerpen, apud uiduam et Ioannem Moretum, 1593. Pars aestiualis. Editio altera, aucta et recognita. 7 Blätter, 640 Seiten, 8 Blätter. Klein 8°. Geprägter Pergamenteinband der Zeit. Gesamter Text auf dem Titelblatt: \"Promptuarium Morale super Euangelia Dominicalia totius anni. Ad instructionem concionatorum. Ad reformationem peccatorum. Ad consolationem piorum. Ex Sacris Scripturis, Sanctis Patribus, et optimis quibusque authoribus studiose collectum. Authore Thoma Stapletono, Anglo, Sacrae Theologiae Doctore, et Regio Professore Louanii. Editio altera, ab ipso Authore aucta et recognita. Pars aestiualis. Romae I. Euangelium uirtus Die est, in salutem omni credenti. Antuerpiae, in Officina Plantiniana, apud Viduam et Ioannem Moretum. MDXCIII. Cum gratia et priuilegio.\" Übersetzung: \"Moralische Sammlung (von Kommentaren) zu den Sonntags-Evangelien des ganzen Jahres. Zur Erziehung der Kongregation. Zur Reformierung der Sündiger. Zum Trost der Frommen. Aus den heiligen Schriften, den heiligen Kirchenvätern sowie aus anderen vortrefflichen Autoren sorgfältig erlesen. Vom Autor Thomas Stapleton, dem Engländer, Doktor der heiligen Theologie und königlicher Professor in Löwen (Leuven/Louvain). Zweite Auflage, vom selben Autor vermengt und überlesen. Sommerlicher Teil. Rom, I. Das Evangelium beinhaltet die Tugend Gottes, zum Wohle aller Gläubigen. Antwerpen, in der Werkstatt des (Christophe) Plantin, bei der Witwe und Johannes Moretus, 1593. Mit Befugnis und Privileg.\" Mit einem Signet auf dem Titelblatt (\"Labore et Constantia\"). Der Autor schrieb mehrere Kontroversen gegen die Reform. Die \"Pars Hyemalis\" würde einige Zeit später bei dem selben verleger erscheinen (hierbei nicht vorhanden). Mit Einträgen in alter Hand auf dem Titelblatt (unter anderem, \"Ad Sanctam Annam\"). Mit Verweisen auf die kommentierten Textstellen an den Seitenrändern. Mit rot gefärbten Ganzschnitt. Es sind noch wenige Reste von Buchschließen am Einband zu erkennen. Mit einem Titelschild auf dem Rücken. Sehr leichte, zeitbedingte Mängel an den Seitenrändern. Ansonsten befindet sich das Buch in einem guten Zustand. Buch vollständig. Siehe Foto. Versand D: 5,90 EUR

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        Kst.- Karte, Joh. v. Doetichum b. G. de Jode, "Bavariae vtrivsqve cvm inferioris tv svperioris vera et ad amvssim descriptio".

      - erschienen 1593, 34,7 x 45,5 Koemann Jod 2, Fol. 25. - Unten links die Titelkartusche, oben rechts Meilenanzeiger. Zeigt Ober- und Niederbayern.

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        C. Velleius Paterculus cum aldi manutii scholiis, justi lipsii animadversionibus

      Lyon: Francois le Preux, 1593. Printer's device, woodcut initials and ornaments. [xvi], 247, [blank] pp. 8vo. Contemporary vellum, covers stamped in gilt with arms of Queen Elizabeth I, incorporating her initials, on a semé field of small gilt-stamped leaf tools, gilt cornerpieces, a.e.g., endpapers renewed, a likely remboîtage. Covers rubbed, title-page worn and browned, dampstain to last few gatherings, worming. Printer's device, woodcut initials and ornaments. [xvi], 247, [blank] pp. 8vo. Rare. OCLC locates seven copies, none in the US. Provenance: Robert S Pirie (bookplate, acquired from H.D. Lyons)

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        Wahre abbildung, welcher gestalt die kšn. Hispanische Silberflotha, so von den HollŠndern erobert worden. Das Eylandt Cuba mit deroselbigen.

      Artist: Merian MatthŠus - 1650 Frankfurt/M; Issued in: Frankfurt on Main; date: 1628 1593 - Artist: Merian, MatthŠus, 1593 - 1650 Frankfurt/M.; Issued in: Frankfurt on Main; date: 1628; - Condition: Very good; Map depicts the conquest of the royal spanish fleet in the Patana Bay in Cuba, on inset map the island of Cuba. Rare map!!

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        Biblia Sacra Vulgatae Editionis Sixti quinti Pont. Max. Iussu recognita atque edita

      1593 - Impreso en Roma, Ex Typographia Apostólica Vaticana, M.D.XCIII. (1593). En 4º mayor ( 242x 183 mm), encuadernación en pergamino,., 10 h., incluso portada impresa en rojo y negro, 1088-20 p., 17 h. A la vuelta de la última, registro y colofón. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Il Trinciante Di M. Vincenzo Cervio, Ampliato, Et Ridotto a Perfettione Dal Cavalier Reale Fvsoritto Da Narni, Gia Trinciante dell' & Reuerendissimo Signor Cardinal Farnese. Con una bellissima aggiunta fatta nouamente dall'istesso Caualier Reale. Con Privilegio.

      In Venetia, Appresso gli Heredi di Giouanni Varisco.M D XCIII.[Venice]. 1593 1593. The rare second and enlarged Venice edition of one of the most important renaissance books on the art of carving.Identical to the first edition up to folio 44 with the addition of the ?Aggiunta? and an updated colophon.The first edition was published in Venice in 1581.The splendid armorial binding, possibly Venetian, is in chestnut morocco with a double gilt-ruled border and elaborate inner corner pieces, also gilt, incorporating lions rampant.There is a gilt armorial crest in the centre of both boards with a raised central medallion.Two pairs of purple silk ties at foredge of boards.Spine with three raised bands, gilt outlined, with gilt lion rampant in each compartment; minor loss at foot of spine.All edges gilt.Early floral patterned end-papers printed in burgundy and green.Octavo, leaf-size 199x 148mm.[4], 1-68 folios; signatures [dagger]4, A-H8, I4 plus three fold-out plates.There are four full-page plates within the text: carving tools (A6r); a diagram showing how to carve a bird (A6v); a plate showing a decorated table setting (G4r); and one illustrating a fishing scene (G4v).In addition there are three fold-out leaves of plates illustrating knives, forks and other carving implements.Title-page with vignette; very small hole near gutter edge of title-page where an ownership stamp might have been.Minor worming in foredge margin of first [4] leaves, with a little damp-marking at extremities.Minimal worming affecting a few letters between f.8-f.23, not affecting legibility.Manuscript note in sepia ink in foredge margin of f.12.Small singe mark on f.64 affecting a single word.Separate title-page, with vignette, on f.[45]: ?Aggivnta Fatta al Trinciante Del Cervio Dal Cavalier Reale Fvsoritto Da Narni, Trinciante Del?Illustriss. Et Rever. Sig. Cardinale Montalto?, In Venetia MDXCIII.Occasional minimal tanning.Handsome initial capitals and some tail-pieces.Exceptionally crisp and clean throughout.B.I.N.G. 455; Bitting, p.81, mentions only the 1603 edition; Paleari-Henssler p.178; Vicaire 159; Westbury p.46.We have been able to trace only about a dozen copies of this important edition in libraries worldwide.(Further information and photographs available on request.)

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        Beschreibung dero Reiß und Schifffahrt in die Türckey . Jetzt auffs new neben angehengter Summarischer anzeigung etlicher Namhafften Türckischen Geschichten, so etliche Jahren hero seind vorgelauffen.

      Köln, Joh. von Mertzenich 1593. - 6 Blatt., 315 (recte 312) Seiten, 4 Blatt und mit 61 ganzseitigen Holzschnitt-Tafeln. Blindgeprägter Halbleder-Band der Zeit 4to. Ca. 20 x 15 cm. Sehr seltener Kölner Druck des bekannten Turcicums. Die Originalausgabe erschien 1567, die erste deutsche Übersetzung 1572. - Der französische Geograph Nicolay (1517-83) begleitete 1551 den Gesandten Gabriel d'Aramamont als Kammerherr. Er beschreibt die Seereise über Algier, Malta und Tripolis bis nach Konstantinopel und hält seine Beobachtungen von Land und Sitten der Türken, Perser und Griechen fest. Die schönen Kostümholzschnitte sind Verkleinerungen der französ. Originalausgabe. Sie zeigen Janitscharen, Pilger, Kaufleute, Edelleute, Leibeigene, Bauern, Derwische, Einsiedler, Geistliche, Koch, Ringer, jüdischen Arzt, türkische und griech. Damen etc. - Titel mit gelöschtem Stempel und alten Besitzeinträgen (1 getilgt). Einband nur leicht beschabt und bestoßen, Deckel mit alter gekrönter Monogramm-Vignette in Aquarell ("MB"). - VD 16, N 1567. - Griep/Luber 1007. - Vgl. Chahine 3434 (EA) und Navari 1197 (erste engl. Ausg. 1585). - Nicht im BM STC und bei Adams sowie bei Göllner und Lipperheide. - Scarce Cologne edition of this famous work, published in several editions. With 61 woodcut plates. Contemp. Blindstamped half calf. - Here and there slightly stained, first and last leaves with small wormtraces in the white margins, title with erased stamp and old owner's entries (1 erased) . Binding slightly scraped and bumped, cover with small mounted vignette with monogram in aquarell. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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