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2013-06-11 20:06:05
Giuseppe ROSACCIO Pordenone circa 1530 ? Venezia 1621
Carta geografica tratta dal celebre "Teatro del cielo e della terra. Di Gioseppe Rosaccio nel quale si discorre breuemente. Del centro, e doue sia del terremoto, e sue cause. De' fiumi, e loro proprietà, de' metalli, e loro origine, del mondo, e le sue parti. Dell'acqua, e sua salsedine" edito a Venezia per la prima volta nel 1595. La carta è caratterizzata dal fatto di essere stampata da due matrici lignee, e quindi poi unita. La matrice viene usata per illustrare altre due opere del Rosaccio: "Le sei età del Mondo" e il "Mondo e sue parti", editi tra Treviso, Bologna, Firenze, Verona, Venezia e Viterbo tra il 1594 e il 1668. Solo l'ultima edizione, quella di Bologna del 1688, ha le tavole realizzate ex novo, in una sola matrice. Xilografia, applicata su antico supporto, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Non comune. Charming wood block map of by the Italian XVIth and XVIIth century writer, humanist and cartographer Giuseppe Rosaccio. Taken from one of the editions of "Teatro del cielo e della terra" and also insert in "Le sei età del Mondo" or "Il Mondo e sue parti", works by Rosaccio himself. The book was very popular and many edition where printed in Treviso, Bologna, Florence, Verona, Venice, Viterbo from 1594 and 1688. The maps are printed from two wood block except the last edition of 1688. Woodcut, laid down on antique mounting, in very good conditions. Venezia Venice 175 130
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-11 20:06:05
Giuseppe ROSACCIO Pordenone circa 1530 ? Venezia 1621
Carta geografica tratta dal celebre "Teatro del cielo e della terra. Di Gioseppe Rosaccio nel quale si discorre breuemente. Del centro, e doue sia del terremoto, e sue cause. De' fiumi, e loro proprietà, de' metalli, e loro origine, del mondo, e le sue parti. Dell'acqua, e sua salsedine" edito a Venezia per la prima volta nel 1595. La carta è caratterizzata dal fatto di essere stampata da due matrici lignee, e quindi poi unita. La matrice viene usata per illustrare altre due opere del Rosaccio, il "Le sei età del Mondo" e il "Mondo e sue parti", editi tra Treviso, Bologna, Firenze, Verona, Venezia e Viterbo tra il 1594 e il 1668. Solo l'ultima edizione, quella di Bologna del 1688, ha le tavole realizzate ex novo, in una sola matrice. Xilografia, applicata su avtico supporto, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Non comune. Charming wood block map of by the Italian XVIth and XVIIth century writer, humanist and cartographer Giuseppe Rosaccio. Taken from one of the editions of "Teatro del cielo e della terra" and also insert in "Le sei età del Mondo" or "Il Mondo e sue parti", works by Rosaccio himself. The book was very popular and many edition where printed in Treviso, Bologna, Florence, Verona, Venice, Viterbo from 1594 and 1688. The maps are printed from two wood block except the last edition of 1688. Woodcut, laid down on antique mounting, in very good conditions. Venezia Venice 65 130
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-11 20:06:05
Giuseppe ROSACCIO Pordenone circa 1530 ? Venezia 1621
Carta geografica tratta dal celebre "Teatro del cielo e della terra. Di Gioseppe Rosaccio nel quale si discorre breuemente. Del centro, e doue sia del terremoto, e sue cause. De' fiumi, e loro proprietà, de' metalli, e loro origine, del mondo, e le sue parti. Dell'acqua, e sua salsedine" edito a Venezia per la prima volta nel 1595. La carta è caratterizzata dal fatto di essere stampata da due matrici lignee, e quindi poi unita. La matrice viene usata per illustrare altre due opere del Rosaccio, il "Le sei età del Mondo" e il "Mondo e sue parti", editi tra Treviso, Bologna, Firenze, Verona, Venezia e Viterbo tra il 1594 e il 1668. Solo l'ultima edizione, quella di Bologna del 1688, ha le tavole realizzate ex novo, in una sola matrice. Xilografia, applicata su antico supporto, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Non comune. Charming wood block map of by the Italian XVIth and XVIIth century writer, humanist and cartographer Giuseppe Rosaccio. Taken from one of the editions of "Teatro del cielo e della terra" and also insert in "Le sei età del Mondo" or "Il Mondo e sue parti", works by Rosaccio himself. The book was very popular and many edition where printed in Treviso, Bologna, Florence, Verona, Venice, Viterbo from 1594 and 1688. The maps are printed from two wood block except the last edition of 1688. Woodcut, laid down on antique mounting, in very good conditions. Venezia Venice 165 130
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-11 20:06:05
Giuseppe ROSACCIO Pordenone circa 1530 ? Venezia 1621
Carta geografica tratta dal celebre "Teatro del cielo e della terra. Di Gioseppe Rosaccio nel quale si discorre breuemente. Del centro, e doue sia del terremoto, e sue cause. De' fiumi, e loro proprietà, de' metalli, e loro origine, del mondo, e le sue parti. Dell'acqua, e sua salsedine" edito a Venezia per la prima volta nel 1595. La carta è caratterizzata dal fatto di essere stampata da due matrici lignee, e quindi poi unita. La matrice viene usata per illustrare altre due opere del Rosaccio, il "Le sei età del Mondo" e il "Mondo e sue parti", editi tra Treviso, Bologna, Firenze, Verona, Venezia e Viterbo tra il 1594 e il 1668. Solo l'ultima edizione, quella di Bologna del 1688, ha le tavole realizzate ex novo, in una sola matrice. Xilografia, applicata su avtico supporto, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Non comune. Charming wood block map of by the Italian XVIth and XVIIth century writer, humanist and cartographer Giuseppe Rosaccio. Taken from one of the editions of "Teatro del cielo e della terra" and also insert in "Le sei età del Mondo" or "Il Mondo e sue parti", works by Rosaccio himself. The book was very popular and many edition where printed in Treviso, Bologna, Florence, Verona, Venice, Viterbo from 1594 and 1688. The maps are printed from two wood block except the last edition of 1688. Woodcut, laid down on antique mounting, in very good conditions. Venezia Venice 170 130
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-11 20:06:05
Giuseppe ROSACCIO Pordenone circa 1530 ? Venezia 1621
Carta geografica tratta dal celebre "Teatro del cielo e della terra. Di Gioseppe Rosaccio nel quale si discorre breuemente. Del centro, e doue sia del terremoto, e sue cause. De' fiumi, e loro proprietà, de' metalli, e loro origine, del mondo, e le sue parti. Dell'acqua, e sua salsedine" edito a Venezia per la prima volta nel 1595. La carta è caratterizzata dal fatto di essere stampata da due matrici lignee, e quindi poi unita. La matrice viene usata per illustrare altre due opere del Rosaccio, il "Le sei età del Mondo" e il "Mondo e sue parti", editi tra Treviso, Bologna, Firenze, Verona, Venezia e Viterbo tra il 1594 e il 1668. Solo l'ultima edizione, quella di Bologna del 1688, ha le tavole realizzate ex novo, in una sola matrice. Xilografia, applicata su avtico supporto, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Non comune. Charming wood block map of by the Italian XVIth and XVIIth century writer, humanist and cartographer Giuseppe Rosaccio. Taken from one of the editions of "Teatro del cielo e della terra" and also insert in "Le sei età del Mondo" or "Il Mondo e sue parti", works by Rosaccio himself. The book was very popular and many edition where printed in Treviso, Bologna, Florence, Verona, Venice, Viterbo from 1594 and 1688. The maps are printed from two wood block except the last edition of 1688. Woodcut, laid down on antique mounting, in very good conditions. Venezia Venice 160 125
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-11 20:06:05
Giuseppe ROSACCIO Pordenone circa 1530 ? Venezia 1621
Carta geografica tratta dal celebre "Teatro del cielo e della terra. Di Gioseppe Rosaccio nel quale si discorre breuemente. Del centro, e doue sia del terremoto, e sue cause. De' fiumi, e loro proprietà, de' metalli, e loro origine, del mondo, e le sue parti. Dell'acqua, e sua salsedine" edito a Venezia per la prima volta nel 1595. La carta è caratterizzata dal fatto di essere stampata da due matrici lignee, e quindi poi unita. La matrice viene usata per illustrare altre due opere del Rosaccio, il "Le sei età del Mondo" e il "Mondo e sue parti", editi tra Treviso, Bologna, Firenze, Verona, Venezia e Viterbo tra il 1594 e il 1668. Solo l'ultima edizione, quella di Bologna del 1688, ha le tavole realizzate ex novo, in una sola matrice. Xilografia, applicata su avtico supporto, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Non comune. Charming wood block map of by the Italian XVIth and XVIIth century writer, humanist and cartographer Giuseppe Rosaccio. Taken from one of the editions of "Teatro del cielo e della terra" and also insert in "Le sei età del Mondo" or "Il Mondo e sue parti", works by Rosaccio himself. The book was very popular and many edition where printed in Treviso, Bologna, Florence, Verona, Venice, Viterbo from 1594 and 1688. The maps are printed from two wood block except the last edition of 1688. Woodcut, laid down on antique mounting, in very good conditions. Venezia Venice 125 85
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-10 09:32:43
Volumi tre in-4° cm. 28 composti di complessive pagine 1594-340. Legature in mezza pergamena con angoli e segnalibro in stoffa. Ottima la conservazione.
Bookseller: Libreria Gulla'
2013-06-10 08:26:15
BESSON, Jacques (?-1569). -
Lyon, Chouët, 1594.In-folio. Legatura moderna in marocchino marrone, titolo impr. in oro sul dorso. Titolo entro larga bordura silografica e 60 interessanti illustrazioni a p. pag. inc. in rame con invenzioni e macchine di vario genere: mulini, pompe, idranti, presse, carri, barche, strumenti musicali ecc., ognuna con una dettagliata descrizione stampata sulla pagina dirimpetto. (65) ff.; piccola macchia nel margine esterno, lieve uniforme brunitura della carta e qualche fioritura: discreto esemplare. Una delle più belle e famose opere francesi di tecnologia e meccanica del ?500 (prima edizione: 1569). Cf. Mortimer, Harvard, 56-58; Norman 227; Thorndike V, 594-595; Houzeau & L. 2655. One of the most beautiful and important French books on machinery and engineering, remarkable for its fine plates. Title within a large historiated woodcut border, and 60 etched plates with descriptive text facing. Mod. brown morocco. Small stain in outer margin, light uniform browning throughout and some occasional foxing.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport
2013-06-09 21:49:53
Ventura SALIMBENI detto Bevilacqua (Siena, 1568 - Siena, 1613).
Acquaforte, 1594, datata e firmata in lastra in basso a sinistra. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, tracce di riquadro a matita sanguigna, leggere abrasioni, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione.Bibliografia: Bartsch 4. Dimensioni 165x285 lastra centinata. Etching, 1594, dated and signed on lower left plate. Beautiful work, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark; signs of borders realized with sanguine pencil, light abrasions, otherwise in good condition. Bartsch 4. Dimensioni 165x285 lastra centinata.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-05-15 04:24:01
Apuleius, Lucius
Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel. 4 Bll., 182 S., 1 Bll. - Angebunden: Baudius, Dominikus: Libri tres de induciis belli belgici. Leiden, Ludwig Elzevier, 1613. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel. 14 Bl., 318 (recte: 218) S. Prgt. d. Zt. mit späterem Rückenschild und dreiseitig gepunztem Schnitt. 4°. 20,5 x 16,5 cm. I.: D 16, A 3173. - Erste Ausgabe der Verteidigungsrede des Apuleius, mit welcher er sich wortgewandt vor Gericht gegen den Vorwurf der Zauberei zur Wehr setzte. Der Handschriftenbefund legt die Vermutung nahe, dass der ursprüngliche Titel der Schrift daher auch "Pro se de magia" ("In eigener Sache über die Magie" ) lautete. Die Rede bildet eine wertvolle Quelle zur Geschichte der antiken Magie. Neben dem antiken Text enthält die Ausgabe im Anhang den Kommentar des Humanisten Isaac Casaubon (1559-1614). Der Heidelberger Drucker Hieronymus Commelinus (1550-1597) war bekannt für seine herausragenden Texteditionen antiker Klassiker und Kirchenväter (vgl. Benzing 184). - II.: Willems 78. Seltene erste Ausgabe, zugleich einer der frühesten Elzevier-Drucke in der Geschichte der Offizin (vgl. Willems 118). Nachdrucke erschienen ebenda 1617 und 1629. Der gelehrte Poet und Historiker Dominicus Baudius (1561-1613) war Professor an der Universität Leiden. - Leicht gebräunt, nur vereinzelt geringe Braunflecken. - - - Exemplar aus der Danziger Senatsbibliothek ("Ex Bibliotheca Senatus Gedanensis"). Das entsprechende gestochene Exliris auf dem Titel verso zeigt das Staatswappen (zwei übereinanderstehende Kreuze, über denen eine goldene Krone schwebt, flankier … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2013-04-20 10:36:01
(Khunrath, Conrad)
Klein-4°. 4 n.n. Bl., 122 Bl., 15 n.n. S. Register, 1 S. Errata. Pergamentband der Zeit mit mehrfacher blindgeprägter Deckelfiletierung, Deckelmdaillon und Eckfleurons. VDS 16, K877. - Ferguson 1, 461. - Zacher 5, 198. - Wellcome I, 3553. - Wahrscheinlich die erste Ausgabe. Die Datierung des Druckes erfolgt auf Grund der Jahreszahl am Ende des Vorwortes. Ferguson bezeichnet sie als "seems to be the first edition and it is said to have been published in 1596". Eine weitere Ausgabe mit dem datierten Vorwort 1594 erschien in Leipzig. Khunraths Destillierbuch erschien bis gegen Ende des 17. Jahrhunderts wiederholt in verschiedenen Fassungen. - Der Bruder des berühmteren Alchemisten Heinrich Khunrath wurde um 1555 in Leipzig geboren. Nach seiner Ausbildung zum Kaufmann lebte er in England und übernahm nach dem Tode des Vaters das elterliche Tuchgeschäft in Leipzig. Im Selbststudium wurde er zum medizinischen Praktiker und Pharmazeuten. Er vertrieb mit Erfolg spagyrische Heilmittel. Offenbar in Schleswig hat er "Medulla" verfasst. Ab 1606 wirkte er als Münzprüfer in Hamburg wo er 1613 starb. - Die "Medulla Destillatoria" ist ganz in der Tradition der von Paracelsus geprägten Chemiatrie verfasst. Neben den verschiedenen Materialen werden immer auch gleichzeitig die Anwendungenmöglichkeiten beschrieben. - Das 4. Blatt der Vorrede weiss. Papier durchgehend gebräunt. 7 Blatt mit Papierhinterlegungen durch Wurmspuren im Text und an den Rändern, mit minimalem Textverlust. Vorsatz, Titel und die letzten 4 Blätter angerändert. Der Einband der Zeit mit abgerundeter unteren Ecke. Mit dem M … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat
2013-04-09 20:25:45
CLENARDUS (Nicolaus)
Francofurti, Apud Andreæ wecheli heredes, Claudium Marnium & Ioannem Aubrium, 1594.. 8vo, printer's woodcut device on title and old paper repair on outer blank margin, old ink ownership inscriptions on fly-leaf and title, 2 folding tables at end, large woodcut on last leaf, 32, 590, [10] pp., contemporary blind embossed pigskin over wooden boards, blind embossed portrait panel (of Martin Luther?) in the centre of both boards, brass corner pieces to outer corners only, lacking the clasps, a good copy.This is a later edition of the popular Greek grammar first edited by Fredreich Sylburg in 1580. He son of a farmer, he was born at Wetter near Marburg. He studied at Marburg, Jena, Geneva, and, lastly, Paris, where his teacher was Henry Estienne (Stephanus), to whose great Greek Thesaurus Sylburg afterwards made important contributions. **** Underneath the embossed portraits are the words "NOSCITV. REX. SCRIPTIS. MENS: VIVA. HINC. FORMA. LVTHE."
Bookseller: Forest Books
2013-01-03 08:35:42
Aa.vv.
In-16° (cm 17,7 x 10,7), pp. (16), 572, (52), bella legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida, con fregi entro cornice a tre filetti ai piatti, dorso a 6 nervi con titoli manoscritti di mano coeva. Tagli rossi. Bella marca tipografica al frontespizio. Testatine e capilettera incisi nel testo. Al piatto posteriore, qualche piccolissimo segno di tarlo nella parte superiore. Differenti firme d'appartenenza, una al contropiatto, una al recto della carta di guardia anteriore, una al frontespizio. Note manoscritte, di mano settecentesca, al verso della carta di guardia anteriore, al frontespizio e nel margine esterno di alcune pagine. Monogramma, tracciato da antica mano, al verso del frontespizio. Qualche segnetto ai margini bianchi delle prime pagine e sporadiche sottolineature, anch'esse tracciate, con inchiostro di colorazione bruno tenue, da antica mano. Le sottolineature riguardano spesso singole parole o poche righe per pagina e sono presenti in un contenuto numero di pagine, concentrate all'inizio del volume. Piccolo foro, di pochi millimetri, nel bordo interno della carta di guardia anteriore e del frontespizio (vedi foto). Vecchia etichetta in carta, di forma circolare (diametro cm 3) applicata nell'angolo superiore destro del piatto anteriore. Piccoli restauri nei margine superiore delle ultime tre carte di indice. Manca la carta di guardia posteriore. Per il resto fresco esemplare, molto ben conservato. Si tratta della seconda edizione dell'opera: l'editio princeps uscì a Parigi, per i tipi di Claude Chappelet, nel 1588. La nota al frontespizio, vergata come detto, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mazzei
2012-12-29 16:44:49
LIVIUS, TITUS & LUCIUS FLORUS. - [A BEAUTIFUL COPY, EXCELLENTLY ILLUSTRATED]
[n colophon:] Strassburg, Theodosius Rihel, 1594. Folio. Contemporary full blindstamped pigskin-binding over wooden boards. Five raised bands to spine. Brass clasps to boards. Handwritten title to spine. Richly ornamented blindstamped borders to boards, with portrait of God and Jesus to the centre of front board and Jesus on the cross to back board. Corners and extremities a bit worn, but binding overall in excellent condition. Also internally very well preserved, with light browning to some leaves and a few marginal nicks to title-page, otherwise in very fine condition. Very neat handwritten additions to the "Chronica". Title in red and black within a large woodcut pictorial border, 131 fabulous woodcut illustrations, each measuring 10,8x14,5 cm, one (p. 152) with a small flaw in the paper, stemming from the printing of the work, one (p. 341) with a spot (seems like rust). A beautiful printing, with numerous woodcut initials. 28, 887, (1, blank) pp + 21 pp. of index + 1 p. colophon, with a large woodcut pictorial printer's device. ¶ An excellent copy, in a beautiful, very well preserved contemporary Renaissance binding, of this 1594-reprint of the first Strassburg-edition (1574), printed by Theodor Rihel. The excellent woodcut illustrations, all within an ornamental border, are by T. Stimmer, Bocksberger, et al. The translation is that of Zacharias Müntzer (which appeared for the first time in 1562). The work was extremely popolar, not least due to the rich illustrations, and it went through numerous editions throughout the 17th century also. Graesse IV:232.
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2012-12-27 03:40:29
Herodotus.
Illi ex interpretationes Laurentio Valle, hic ex interpretatione Conradi Heresbachi. Utraque ab Henri Stephano recognita. Francofurti. Apud Andreae Wecheli haeredes, Claudiun Marnium, & Ioan Abrium 1594. 8:o. 812,(100) pp. Contemporary vellum, decorated in blind. Front edge on front board gnawed by mouse. New endpapers and paste-downs. Last 15 pages with some water-soiling. Ex libris Christian Hammer. 12,5 x 8 cm
Bookseller: Antiquaria
2012-12-24 10:37:48
PERSIAN MANUSCRIPT - MOHAMED ASAR.
Persian love poem written on cream paper, with double opening pages illuminated in gold and colours, 5 illuminated miniatures, illum.seal on first page. Margins ruled in gold. Dated 1033=1594, but probably older according to the Nast'aliq script and style. 80 leaves. Incomplete at end, probably only lacking a few lvs. 18x11 cm. Leaves with repairs, some staining, no binding, but kept in a goldstamped leather cover
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2012-12-22 17:13:22
AESOP.
Lyons: 1594. Editio postrema, caeteris omnibus castigatior. [1-2], 3 -410, [6]pp. 61 woodcuts in text. Parallel Greek and Latin texts. 18th century calf gilt, expertly re-backed. Some water-staining; else a very good copy. First published by Jean de Tournes in 1570.
Bookseller: David Miles Books [GB]
2012-10-30 00:05:39
LIVIUS, TITUS & LUCIUS FLORUS. - [A BEAUTIFUL COPY, EXCELLENTLY ILLUSTRATED]
[n colophon:] Strassburg, Theodosius Rihel, 1594. Folio. Contemporary full blindstamped pigskin-binding over wooden boards. Five raised bands to spine. Brass clasps to boards. Handwritten title to spine. Richly ornamented blindstamped borders to boards, with portrait of God and Jesus to the centre of front board and Jesus on the cross to back board. Corners and extremities a bit worn, but binding overall in excellent condition. Also internally very well preserved, with light browning to some leaves and a few marginal nicks to title-page, otherwise in very fine condition. Very neat handwritten additions to the "Chronica". Title in red and black within a large woodcut pictorial border, 131 fabulous woodcut illustrations, each measuring 10,8x14,5 cm, one (p. 152) with a small flaw in the paper, stemming from the printing of the work, one (p. 341) with a spot (seems like rust). A beautiful printing, with numerous woodcut initials. 28, 887, (1, blank) pp + 21 pp. of index + 1 p. colophon, with a large woodcut pictorial printer's device. An excellent copy, in a beautiful, very well preserved contemporary Renaissance binding, of this 1594-reprint of the first Strassburg-edition (1574), printed by Theodor Rihel. The excellent woodcut illustrations, all within an ornamental border, are by T. Stimmer, Bocksberger, et al. The translation is that of Zacharias Müntzer (which appeared for the first time in 1562). The work was extremely popolar, not least due to the rich illustrations, and it went through numerous editions throughout the 17th century also. Graesse IV:232. [Attributes: Har … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2012-08-24 05:11:48
XENOPHON (Joannes Leunclavius)
Francofurti [Frankfurt, Germany]: Apud heredes Andre� Wecheli, 1594. Francofurti [Frankfurt, Germany]: Apud heredes Andreæ Wecheli, 1594. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. Two volumes in one. Folio. [12], 1158, [30]pp., illustrated with woodcut title vignettes and colophon, initials, and headpieces. Parallel text in Greek and Latin. Latin translation and commentary by Joannes Leunclavius. Contemporary full calf and leather spine label, all edges stained red. Early small signature blocked out in ink on the title page. Ex-library copy with small handwritten inventory number in ink and paper label on the rear free endpaper. The spine has a small piece of vellum at the foot and two chipped panels, the front board is detached (and held in place by the vellum strip), else very good. A sound clean copy. *OCLC* locates only 1 copy in the Netherlands. *Hoefer* 866, *Graesse* 483.
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2012-06-25 08:48:41
Paris SATYRE MENIPEE
S.l.: S.n., 1594. relié. In 8 (10,5x16cm). L’édition de 1593 donnée pour être l’originale est en fait de 1594, comme toutes les éditions à la date de 1593 (elles contiennent en effet toutes des événements se rapportant à la date de 1594). Le tirage de la première édition n’ayant pas été suffisant, il en fut fait de nombreuses réimpressions en 1594. Cependant le premier texte de la Vertu du Catholicon fut bien édité pour la première fois en 1593 à Tours mais il ne contenait que 15ff. Toutes les éditions avec plusieurs textes sont plus tardives. Brunet V, 143. Rare. Particularités de cette impression : le premier texte sur le Catholicon n'est pas paginé. Plein Parchemin d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume. Une mouillure pâle sur les premiers feuilllets, allant s'estompant. Notes du possesseur à la plume noire sur les pages de garde, qui donne notamment une table des matières. Travail de vers du feuillet 51 au feuillet 64, sans gravité. Très célèbre pamphlet, satirique, contre la ligue et les ligueurs, ses chefs et ses partisans, qui se réunirent à Paris en 1593. Cette édition se compose donc de la vertu du catholicon, de l’abrégé de la farce des estas de la Ligue, des 7 harangues, de l'épître du sieur d'd'Angoulvent, du trépas de l’asne ligueur, et enfin du discours sur l'explication du mot De Higuiero Inferno. On attribue le Catholicon à Pierre le Roy et les vers à Jean Passerat et Pierre Rapin, les Harangues à J. Gillot. Cette réunion d’insignes et talentueux lettrés confèrent une portée et une valeur très litt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2012-06-12 20:49:08
FERRARIIS (j p)
Genevae, Vignon, 1594.In-8 de 1182 pages, plus 237 pages de table. Complet (deux erreurs de pagination p. 783 et 787, et deux pages en doubles : 889 et 896). Pleine reliure d'époque, dos décoré de fleurs de lys. Etat correct. Des mouillures sur les pages.Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène SARL [Lyon, France]
2012-06-09 17:22:08
Montluc, Blaise de
Paris: Chez Abel L'Angelier , 1594. Two vols bound in one: title page to both vols, both with engraved vignettes and both dated 1594; several engraved headpieces; pp. [viii], 1-[342]; [ii], 343 - [628], + [26] Blasii Monluci Franciae Mareschalli Tumulus. 17th c.? binding of full calf with 5 raised bands to the boards with gilt decroation between and burgundy title label; marbled end papers tihe front end paper with the engraved bookplate of the Earl of Roden, all edges tinted red. Binding good and strong with some general wear and rubbing, leather chipped to the head/tail of the spine and rubbed through to the boards to the bottom edges, partially to the front fore-edge and the corners, joints with partial cracks at the head/tail but the binding remains firm and the boards strongly attached. Contents generally very good, clean and complete, with a few small faults: the title page to vol. I a little worn and marked with the lower corner tip missing but not affecting any lettering, a few pages very lightly stained; pp. 18-32 with a tear/chip at the base of the gutter with slight loss of a few letters; but lost letters replaced in contemporary autograph, this may have been a binding fault as these pages are not quite straight with a few marginal notes slightly shaved. Generally margins are very good with marginal notes present, slight worming to the head of pages 590-620 slightly affecting running title only, top corners/top foreedge of pages 113-116 singed, slightly affecting a couple of marginal notes. A very good copy of this very early reprint: the first edition was pu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-05 07:54:55
BRAUN, G. & HOGENBERG, F.
Colonia, c. 1594 - Imagen: 32 x 35,5. Papel: 39,8x51. Grabado al cobre. Color a mano original de época. Maravillosa vista de Santander, con personajes en primer plano, una característica de las vistas del Civitatis Urbis Terrarum. Muy buen estado.
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2012-05-19 10:56:23
Muret, Marc-Antoine [a.k.a. Muretus].
Apud haered. Gulielmi Rovillii, 1594. First edition of Muret's classical commentaries to include the Hymni. The Variae, first published complete in 15 books in 1580, include excerpts from and explanations of both Greek and Latin texts, especially Cicero. A separate title-page introduces the Hymni (verses recited on specific holy days), followed by poems about illustrious contemporaries of Muret's -- e.g., Raphael -- and an index to the previous 15 books. The French humanist Muret (1526-85) has long been recognized as the best Latin prose stylist of the Renaissance, and his works were used as a model for students. Greatly admired for his excellent understanding and interpretation of classical texts, he was dubbed "le meilleur orateur du temps" in Italy and France by Montaigne, whom he tutored; and Scaliger mused that Muret "satirised the Ciceronians and at the same time expressed himself in a thoroughly Ciceronian style." LIke most of Muret's published work, these Variae are based on his academic lectures; however the scholar Lambinus accused Muret of plagiarism, and indeed it seems Muret "borrowed" bits from his work without permission. (In retaliation, Lambinus published their personal correspondence.) Muret's personal life was fraught with tribulation stemming from multiple accusations of homosexuality in various cities where he resided. From 1559 till his death, however, he lived in Rome under the protection of at least one cardinal and a pope. The text is in Latin and Greek, printed in roman and italic, with decorative headpieces and floriated initials. A let … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-19 10:56:23
Muret, Marc-Antoine [a k a Muretus]
Lugduni [i.e., Lyon]: Apud haered. Gulielmi Rovillii 16mo (12.1 cm, 4.76"). 621, [67] pp., final leaf blank; 62, [26] pp., final leaf blank.. 1594 First edition of Muret's classical commentaries to include the Hymni. The Variae, first published complete in 15 books in 1580, include excerpts from and explanations of both Greek and Latin texts, especially Cicero. A separate title-page introduces the Hymni (verses recited on specific holy days), followed by poems about illustrious contemporaries of Muret's — e.g., Raphael — and an index to the previous 15 books. The French humanist Muret (1526?-85) has long been recognized as the best Latin prose stylist of the Renaissance, and his works were used as a model for students. Greatly admired for his excellent understanding and interpretation of classical texts, he was dubbed "le meilleur orateur du temps" in Italy and France by Montaigne, whom he tutored; and Scaliger mused that Muret "satirised the Ciceronians and at the same time expressed himself in a thoroughly Ciceronian style." LIke most of Muret's published work, these Variae are based on his academic lectures; however the scholar Lambinus accused Muret of plagiarism, and indeed it seems Muret "borrowed" bits from his work without permission. (In retaliation, Lambinus published their personal correspondence.) Muret's personal life was fraught with tribulation stemming from multiple accusations of homosexuality in various cities where he resided. From 1559 till his death, however, he lived in Rome under the protection of at least one cardinal and a pope. The text is in Latin … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-13 14:52:52
Herodotus of Halicarnassus (Annotations by Laurent Valla & Conrad Heresbach and edited by Henry Stephanus
Frankfurt: Heirs of Andreae Wechel, Claudius Marnius & Joan. Aubrius, 1594. Hardcover. Good+. Wechel's printer's mark of a winged horse, caduceus & cornucopia. 120x80mm ruled vellum over wooden boards laced through. Yapp fore-edge.(hinge splitting but well attached to covers and book inside) Lacks flyleaf. Titlepage with several inscriptions most erased with slight damage showing owner's dates 1641, 1680 & 1764. Verso of titlepage is numbered (page) 2 -812pp + [97]pp index +[2]pp +Wechel colophon woodcut with inscription above it. Rear fly leaf dusty and with neat early inscriptions
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2012-05-10 19:17:01
Tommaso d'Aquino [santo].
- Venetiis, apud Dominicum Nicolinum & socios, 1594 (sui tre frontespizi singoli dei volumi: 1593) voll. 3 legati in 1, in-folio, leg. di poco successiva in piena perg., dorso a 4 nervi (la pergamena sui nervi è consumata, qualche altro leggero difetto esterno), cc. [13], 73, [1] - [1], 133, [1] 68, 38 - [1], 61, [1], 54, 40. Con front. generale inciso in rame e tre frontespizi dentro grandi cornici architettoniche in xilografia. Manca il quaderno 2[croce]6 al primo volume, che conteneva parte della vita di Tommaso. Il commento ai quattro libri "De Coelo & Mundo" e "De Generatione & Corruptione" che editorialmente dovevano far parte del volume secondo sono legati in coda al terzo volume. Qualche traccia di tarlo marginale. Si tratta dei primi tre volumi delle opere complete (la collezione prevedeva 17 volumi).
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2012-05-07 13:53:35
Welser, Marx (Markus).
Venetis. (Aldus).1594.. 29x20 cm. 2 Bll., 277 (falsch 377) SS. Gesprenkeltes Leder des späten 17. Jahrhunderts mit Rückenvergoldung, goldgepr. Wappensupralibros Foucault auf beiden Deckeln. Gold. Titel auf Rückenschild. Leder wenig berieben u. bestoßen, vord. Gelenk leicht brüchig. Mit kl. Fehlstelle (Wurmfraßspur) am oberen Kapital, Ecken und Kanten etwas bestoßen. Vier Bünde. Das Gold der Supralibros mit geringen Ausbrüchen. Vorderer Vorsatz mit gestochenem Wappenexlibris Foucaults und gest. Wappenexlibris der North Library (Earl of Macclesfield), 1860, Kupfertitel u. Bl. 2 mit Trockenstempel Shirburn Castle. Vorsatzs. zu 2/3 gelöst. Seiten etwas knittrig. Sonst innen bis auf sporadische Gilbflecke sehr sauber. Rot-braun gesprenkelter Seitenschnitt rundum. Alle Kupfer in tiefem, frischen Druck.. Adams V 364; Aldinenslg. d. SB Bl.n. 1430; Andresen III, 380 77-79; Brunet V, 1117; Ebert 23961; Lentner 6598; Mortimer 553; Renouard II, 182, 4; STC 714; Veith II, 205ff., IV; nicht bei Pfister. Erste Ausgabe des schönen Werkes über die Stadt Augsburg im Altertum. "Die Arbeit, auf einer ungemein ausgebreiteten und gründlichen Kenntnis aller einschlägigen Quellen beruhend, ist als eine der besten dieser Art zu bezeichnen" (ADB XLI, 688). Der prächtige Kupfertitel mit Allegorien, Emblemen und (im unteren Rand) einer kleinen Gesamtansicht, SS. 16/17 mit einer Karte von Rätien (siehe Foto), zwei Kupfer zeigen Wappen, die übrigen Münzen, Grabmäler und andere Altertümer. - Die beiden auf Falzen montierten dpblgr. Kupfer gering, teils bis über den Plattenrand hinaus beschn. (dort minim. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-04-25 05:42:49
GUZMÁN, Fray Diego de.
M., Luis Sánchez, 1594, 19,5 x 15 cm., pergamino desprendido, 20 h. incluso portada con grabado + 591 págs. (Ejemplar con importante taladro de polilla principalmente en el margen interno y algo por el margen superior, aunque no afecta al texto. Última hoja rota faltando la mayor parte del texto, aunque se encuentra reproducido en facsímil en papel de época).
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2012-04-05 10:00:07
Gäbelkhovern, Oßwald:
Getruckt im Jar Christi 1594.. 691 S. Kl.-8°, Pergament-Einband, dekorativer Deckel mit Prägung M.P.H. 1594, 3 Bünde. Einband gebräunt. Ecken etwas bestoßen. Innengelenk etwas gelöst aber fest. Rücken seitlich aufgeplatzt. Schwarzer Schnitt. Papier altersbedingt gebräunt, stellenweise etwas fleckig. Stellenweise leicht löchrig. Titelblatt und einige Seiten mit Randläsuren. Stellenweise handschriftliche Bemerkungen.
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2012-03-22 15:55:02
Vives, Juan Luis.
Nürnberg, Paul Kauffmann, [1594]. - 302, (34) SS. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel und einigen ornamentalen Initialen in Holzschnitt sowie einer schematischen Holzschnittillustration. Pergamentband der Zeit auf 3 durchzogenen Bünden mit schöner Deckelblindprägung und hs. Rückenschildchen. 8vo. Eines der am häufigsten gedruckten Schulbücher; erstmals 1539 in Paris gedruckt; Estelrich zählt bis ins 18. Jh. über 200 Ausgaben. "25 Schülergespräche, die an Auflagenzahl, Kommentierungen und Übersetzungen gemessen, sich in ganz Westeuropa größter Beliebtheit erfreuten. [.] Das Werk ist Philipp II. gewidmet und soll Knaben zum Erlernen der lateinischen Sprache dienen, deren Kenntnis erst den Zugang zur Wissenschaft eröffne, wie es im Widmungsbrief des Verfassers heißt" (Brüggemann). Juan Luis Vives (1492-1540) war einer der berühmtesten spanischen Humanisten und Pädagogen; mit Erasmus und Budaeus bildete er das literarische Triumvirat seiner Zeit. 1523-28 war er Erzieher am Hof Heinrich VIII. von England und seit 1528 bis zu seinem Tode schriftstellerisch in Brügge tätig. "Seine Hauptbedeutung liegt in seinen pädagogischen Schriften. Im Allgemeinen lassen sich fast alle leitenden Principien der neuen Pädagogik auf Vives zurückführen, aber hoch überragt dieser die meisten Pädagogen durch die Betonung der Einheit von Unterricht und Erziehung" (Wetzer/W. XII, 1024ff.). - Die vorliegende Bearbeitung ist mit einem Kommentar und Worterklärungen (teils mit deutschen Übersetzungen) zu jedem Schülergespräch versehen von Johann Thomas Freige (1543-83), einem Philosophen und Anhänger des … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-03-12 15:56:10
Imp. Pedro Madrigal, Madrid 1594 - 4º M. 4 h. Holandesa puntas piel, tejuelos. Papel de hilo. Escudo grabado en la portada. [Palau pág. 131.] [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2012-01-27 19:05:03
ALVAREZ, Antonio.
Imp. Iuan y Andrés Renaut., Salamanca, 1594. 20x16. X+483+428+LVIIIp. PEDIDO MINIMO, 6.00 EUROS. ENVIO GRATUITO HASTA 1 KILO A LA PENINSULA SIN NUMERO DE SEGUIMIENTO. PARA OTRAS FORMAS DE ENVIO, LEA CONDICIONES. (PAYPAL +1,80€ HASTA 50€, RESTO +4%). EN ALMACEN. RELIGION LIBRO EN ESPAÑOL 2 tomos en 1 Vol. Anotación en portada. Enc. Pergamino.
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2012-01-26 01:14:26
Ortelius, Abraham
(1594) auf kräftigem Papier ohne Beschädigungen, mit schmalem Rändchen außerhalb der Einfassungslinie, bemerkenswert gut erhaltene Karte mit schönem Kolorit Versand D: 6,00 EUR
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2011-12-27 13:02:01
LENFANT JAQUES.
s.n.,, A Paris, 1594. Pp. 7 (1). Insieme a: Response au libelle intitule' Extraict des Registres des Estats, sur la reception du concile de Trente, au royaume de France. A Paris, s.n., 1614. Due volumetti di cm. 16,5, senza legatura (come d'origine?). Fregi xilografici ai frontespizi. Ben conservati.
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2011-11-22 08:23:53
[Francisco Pena, Inquisitor und Jurist (1540-1612)]
Rom, 14. November 1594.. Lateinische Handschrift auf Pergament, c. 29 x 19,5 cm. Falt- und Knickspuren, drei kleine Löcher (ohne Textverlust).. Als Auditor (Richter) der römischen Rota an den Prior von Amelia (Umbrien), den er mit der Untersuchung des Streitfalls um das Erbe von Ludovica Corrado subdelegiert, der ihm, Pena, vom Papst übertragen worden war. - Pena war aufgrund seines herausragenden Talents und seiner juristischen Kenntnisse vom spanischen König Philipp II. zum Rota-Auditor bestellt worden. In Rom wurde er nicht nur zentraler Mitarbeiter der offiziellen Ausgabe des "Corpus Iuris Canonici", des Grundlagenwerks der kirchlichen Rechtsprechung, sondern war auch der Neubegründer des rechtstheoretischen Fundamentes der Inquisition: Neben verschiedenen kleineren Traktaten legte er "De officio Inquisitionis" sowie eine Neubearbeitung des bisherigen Inquisitions-Handbuches seines Landsmannes Nicolas Eymerich vor, dessen Werk bis dahin die Grundlage der Inquisition gebildet hatte.
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2011-09-06 15:02:02
Vischer, Christoph
Schmalkalden, Schmuck 1594 -1595. 17 cm. 2 Teile in 1 Band; 1 Blatt Gesamttitel, (270); (239, ohne das letzte weisse) Blatt mit 71 Textholzschnitten (je ca. 4,5 x 5,5 cm) und 1 Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schluß. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Schließen und mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel "Kinderpostill - ADB VII, 52 - Kosch DLL V, 81ff (vgl.) - VD16 E 4608, E 4479 - Wendland, Signete 250 (Schmuck) - Früher schmalkaldischer Druck, Vorrede von 1565. Christoph Vischer (Fischer) verfasste die "Postilla" speziell für Kinder und "arme einfeltige Pfarrherrn". Im ersten Teil sind die meisten Auslegungen mit einem Holzschnitt illustriert. Jeder Auslegung sind 4 "Fragstücke" angehängt: Summe oder Inhalt dieses Evangelii; Was soll ich aus diesem Evangelio lernen? Was soll ich für einen Trost aus diesem Evengelio nehmen? Fasse mir die Lehren und Trost in ein Gebet. Vischer (1518 - 1597) war mit Luther befreundet. Auf Empfehlung Melanchthons wurde er 1555 als Generalsuperintendent der Grafschaft Henneberg nach Schmalkalden berufen. Seit 1583 war er Superintendent in Celle. Einbandbezug hat Reibespuren und ist an den Ecken restauriert; Schließhaken erneuert; auf der Titelseite zu Teil 1 fehlt die erste Zeile "Erster Theil"; die ersten 50 Blatt an der unteren Ecke schwacher Feuchtikgeitsrand, 9 Blatt im weißen Rand Fehlstellen (bis ca. 1 x 1 cm) restauriert, als Faksimile auf altem Papier ergänzt: Gesamttitel, Titel zu Teil 2. -
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2011-08-16 17:31:19
DIOGENE LAERCE
DIOGENE LAERCE.De vitis, dogm. et apophth. clarorum philosophorum, libri X.Hesychii ill. de iisdem philos. et de aliis scriptoribus liber. Pythagor. philosophorum fragmenta. Omnia graece et lat. ex editione II. Is Causaboni Notae ad lib. Diogenis, multo auctories et emendatiores.Sl., Henr. Steph., 1594, in-12, rel. pl. veau, coiffe abimée, dos lég. fendu. Relié à la suite: EUNAPIUS SARDINUS, De vitis philosophorum et sophistarum, Hadriano Iunio Hornano interpretate. Graecacum mss. Palatinis comparata, aucta, et emendata. Hieronymi Commelini opera, nunc recens accedunt eiusdem auctoris legationes è bibliotheca Andreae Schotti Antuerpiani. Coloniae Allobrogum (Genève), 1616.Ex libris manuscrit: G. Prousteau (et initiales sur les plats). Célèbre jurisconsulte né à Tours en 1628, mort à Orléans en 1715. Grand amateur de livres, il acheta la bibliothèque de Henri de Valois. 840 gr [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2011-03-07 11:51:17
AZPILCUETA NAVARRO, Martín de.
- Matriti, Ludovicum Sanchez, 1594, 10 x 6,5 cm., pasta española del Siglo XVIII algo rozada, 4 h. + 742 págs. + 44 h. (Rara edición de esta obra que alcanzó numerosas ediciones entre los años 1591 y 1608). NAVARRA
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2010-05-02 09:31:45
Goulart, Simon
Geneva: Jacobus Stoer, 1594. 8vo. (12), 491, (25)pp. Double column text. Indices. Title within an elaborate woodcut border and with a woodcut publisher's device. Early 17th c. vellum, hand lettered spine. In recent times a second work (as indicated on spine and which was of similar length) was removed from this binding, but to maintain its integrity, blank leaves now fill in the space at back. Goulart's (1543-1628) collection of excerpts from classical and contemporary writers which he uses to elucidate alphabetically arranged Latin terms. Adams G909. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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2010-04-17 04:34:21
Plancius, Petrus (1552-1622)
Amsterdam, 1594. ONE OF THE FIRST MAPS TO SHOW THE DOUBLE HEMISPHERICAL FORM AFTER RUMOLD MERCATOR'S WORLD MAP OF 1587 AND THE FIRST MAP TO USE DECORATIVE PICTORIAL BORDERS Engraving: 17" x 23" References: Rodney W. Shirley, The Mapping of the World (London, 1983), n. 187. At the time of its publication, Plancius's large-scale, overwhelmingly detailed and decorative map of the world represented innovations in mapmaking on several levels. A minister of the Reformed Church in Holland, Plancius became an expert on navigation and on Dutch explorations to the Indies. He was one of the first to appreciate the significance of earlier Portuguese charts, and in 1602 was appointed official cartographer to the Dutch East India Company. As such, he had access to privileged information regarding the latest geographical discoveries, information not available to many of his competitors. This world map was first issued separately in 1594 or shortly thereafter, engraved by Jan van Doetecum, a craftsman of great skill whose signature appears in the lower left-hand corner and who was associated with a number of Plancius's maps. The two main terrestrial hemispheres are based on those in Plancius's earlier world map of 1590, updated by geographical details and with the addition of two celestial spheres. Korea is drawn as a peninsula for the first time ever on a map, and Japan is shown with an improved, if still not entirely correct, outline. New Guinea, which had previously been represented as a separate island, is now joined to the southern continent named "Magallanica". The el … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-02-26 15:45:12
William Clerke
London: Adam Islip (printer), 1594. A Table of the Leuitical, English and Positiue Canon Catalogues, their Concordance and difference. Leather spine over marbled boards, gilt titles on spine, title page, dedication (2 pages), preface (9 pages), page in Latin (Gregor Nazian. de bono Conjugii), contents (2 pages), 82pp, handwritten title page for the three catalogues, handwritten first 2 page of the catalogues, 18 additional printed pages completing the concordance and difference of the catalogues. The three tables are included on 2 foldout sheets. Minor rubbing to covers, spine ends and spine joints. Gift sticker and inked line of text on front stuckdown, pencilled note re tables on front free endpaper, title page browned and faded, though still legible, closed tear in margin of first page of preface, tear in margin of third page of preface (no loss to text), faint watermark to top outer corners and margins of last few pages, some yellowing of pages. The handwritten pages are presumed to be a later replacement to lost original pages, as the "s" is written as "s" not "f". One table has a 2cm closed tear, the other a 5cm closed tear. An important work describing the legalities of marriage between related persons.. Half-Leather. Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.
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2009-09-10 23:41:44
Welser, Marx (Markus).
Ven.( Augsburg ). Aldus.1594.. Erste Ausgabe. 30 x 20 cm. Fol. Kupfertit. v. Al. Mair, 2 Bll., 277 (falsch 377) SS., mit 2 gest. Zierleisten, 34 (1 dpblgr., 5 blgr.) Kupf. u. 1 dpblgr. Kte. Hldr.d. 19 Jhdts. mit Rsch. Berieb., Rck. verblaßt.. Adams V 364; Andresen III, 380, 77-79; Brunet V, 1117; Ebert 23961; Lentner 6598; Renouard II, 182, 4; nicht bei Pfister. -Adams V 364; Aldinenslg. d. SB Bl.n. 1430; Andresen III, 380 77-79; Brunet V, 1117; Ebert 23961; Lentner 6598; Mortimer 553; Renouard II, 182, 4; STC 714; Veith II, 205ff., IV; nicht bei Pfister. Erste Ausgabe des schönen Werkes über die Stadt Augsburg im Altertum. "Die Arbeit, auf einer ungemein ausgebreiteten und gründlichen Kenntnis aller einschlägigen Quellen beruhend, ist als eine der besten dieser Art zu bezeichnen" (ADB XLI, 688). Der prächtige Kupfertitel mit Allegorien, Emblemen und (im unteren Rand) einer kleinen Gesamtansicht, SS. 16/17 mit einer Karte von Rätien (siehe Foto), zwei Kupfer zeigen Wappen, die übrigen Münzen, Grabmäler und andere Altertümer. - Durchgehend Wasserfleckig, Buchblock oben leicht gewellt. Kupfertitel mit zeitgen. hs. Eintrag. Vorderdeckel Innengelenk etwas brüchig.
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2009-08-10 07:31:04
Maius, Gulielmus
Köln, Keschedt 1594. 21 cm. (16), 844, (12, letzte 2 weiß) Seiten mit Wappenholzschnitt. Pergamentband der Zeit mit Blindprägung, monogrammiert "P V F", "1595 - Adams M-214 - BM STC German Books 588 - Rumpf 6822 - VD16 M 382 - Seltene, detailreiche Schilderung des niederländischen Freiheitskampfes gegen Philipp II. von Spanien. Einband etwas fleckig, papierbedingt schwach gebräunt, im Schnitt stellenweise Feuchtigkeitsspuren, Blatt 1 - 38 fehlt am rechten Rand bis zu 1/3 der Seite, vollständige Fotokopien der Seiten liegen bei. -
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2009-02-27 09:02:18
Crompton, Richard
First edition of Crompton's chief work, and the first to be devoted exclusively to the Royal courts, beginning with Parliament (as a court), Star Chamber and King's Bench; with a number of circuit reports of criminal cases not printed elsewhere. Early calf, rebacked, quite worn, browning, yet a good serviceable copy. In aedibus Caroli Yetsweirti Armig. [etc.], London, 1594.
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2009-02-08 22:13:57
PICCOLOMINI FRANCESCO
Franciscum De Franciscis Senensem, 1594. [Filosofia-Raro-Politica) Segue: Piccolomini Fr.-- Comes politicus, pro recta ordinis ratione propugnator.card. sarnano dicatus. Venetiis, Franc. Senensem. 1594. (cm. 32,5) ottima piena pergamena originale, titolo calligrafato al dorso.-- cc. 26 nn., pp. 507; 1 c. (frontis) + cc. 29, c. 1 nn. Le due opere in un volume. Bella e grande marca tipografica ai frontis. Fregi e capilettera in xilografia. Belle edizioni elegantemente impresse e molto rare. Mancano all' Adams, al Bm. Stc. Italian e a varia bibliografia. La seconda opera è in prima edizione, il "Comes politicus". Esemplare molto bello nitido e genuino. Per notizie biogr. sull' autore senese (1520-1604) vedi: Inghirami "Storia della Toscana" 1843-44, III 100. Ex libris manoscritto coevo alla sguardia "Monte S. Savino-Arezzo". E al frontis: "Ex libris domini Savini bulsij monaco Vallombrosano". * Moranti 2589 e 2591.[f42] Libro
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2009-01-21 03:14:41
PIERRE BENOIT.
Albin Michel. - RO20078152: 1594 + 1462 + 1596 + 1478 + 1498 + 1325 pages + 1371 pages. Reliés façon cuir rouge. Rhodoïds transparents. Ouvrages imprimés sur papier bible. Dos illustré de couleur doré. Tranche en tête dorée. Nombreuses illustrations en couleurs, hors texte. Illustration volante dans le tome 1. Quelques rhodoïds abîmés. In-8 Relié. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2008-11-16 17:30:55
CORTE-REAL, Jeronymo.
[Lisbon], Na Oficina de Simão Lopez, 1594. 4°, modern (early twentieth-century?) green quarter morocco over pebbled paper boards (corners worn; some other minor binding wear), smooth spine with fillets in gilt and blind, short author-title and date in gilt, pink endleaves. Title-page in red and black. Woodcut initials. Small repair to license leaf, affecting a few letters of privilege on verso; minor paper flaw touching 1 letter of catchword. Final 18 leaves with outer margins slightly shorter, possibly supplied from another copy. Some light browning. In good condition. Early monogram (?) in ink in lower blank margin of title page, scored. (4), 206 ll. *** FIRST EDITION of one of the most important epic poems in the Portuguese language, generally acknowledged to be second only to the Lusiadas of Camões. Contemporaries of the two poets were far from unanimous in ranking Camões above Corte Real.The poem's subject is one of the most celebrated events in Portuguese history: the shipwreck of the São João off the coast of Natal in 1552, which was followed by a trek through the wilderness of southeast Africa. The Naufragio was and continues to be by far the most popular of several peculiarly Portuguese contemporary accounts of maritime disasters, later collected under the title Historia tragico-maritima. This tragic, romantic drama is simply told, yet omits none of the more tawdry aspects of the journey. It is also of crucial importance as a source for the ethno-history of the tribes of southeastern Africa, giving a wealth of information concerning the Bantu and the Hottentots pri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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