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2013-10-21 02:20:37
Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel. 1595. Copper engraved map of Portugal from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Ships & monsters to the sea. Good dark impression. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: Ort29 17 [8]; van.de. Broecke:26. Europe Spain & Portugal Portugal Lusitania
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2013-10-20 20:25:49
Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map of the Roman Empire according to the description of Ammianus Marcellinus from "The Parergon " of Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. The map is adorned with various decorative cartouches, featuring two portraits of Romulus & Remus. The cartouches in the lower section of the map contain an account of Ancient Roman history including a detailed genealogical tree of the rulers of Rome. This is the second plate with a quote from Vitruvius along the top. Good dark impression; spot by left portrait; light dampstaining to lower blank, margin; rust hole [6mm] at centre fold above "Cyrene" Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-17 21:14:00
MONTAIGNE, Michel de
The Definitive Edition and First Folio EditionMONTAIGNE, Michel de. Les Essais...Edition nouvelle, trouvee apres le deceds de l'Autheur, reveue & augmentee par luy d'un tiers plus qu'aux precedentes Impressions. Paris: chez Michel Sonnius, 1595.The Definitive edition and the first folio edition. Folio. [24], 523, [1 blank], 231, [1 errata] pp.Modern maroon morocco. Morocco spine label, raised bands, old gilt edges. Contents skillfully washed and sized, a few marginal tears not affecting text, some scattered pencil marginalia. A very good copy.This edition, edited by the French bluestocking Marie de Jars, Demoiselle de Gournay (1566-1645), has some claim to be the definitive edition of Montaigne's Essais. Mlle de Gournay, who as a very young girl had travelled to Paris to meet her intellectual hero, was Montaigne's adopted daughter. After Montaigne's death, his widow presented Mlle de Gournay with the philosopher's copiously annotated copy of the 1588 edition of his Essais, the last issued during his lifetime and the first to include the third book. Having inserted Montaigne's additions, marked the alterations, and translated all the quotations, Mlle de Gournay sent the proofs to Bordeaux, where the poet Pierre de Brach collated them against another copy with Montaigne's annotations deposited in the convent of the Feuillants in Bordeaux. "The edition thus produced in 1595 has with justice passed as the standard, even in preference to those which appeared in the author's lifetime" (Ency. Brit.). Copies were also issued with the imprint of Abel l'Angelier.STC French Books, p. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, LLC [US]
2013-10-17 21:14:00
MONTAIGNE, Michel de
Paris Chez Michel Sonnius. The Definitive Edition and First Folio Edition MONTAIGNE, Michel de. Les Essais.Edition nouvelle, trouvee apres le deceds de l'Autheur, reveue & augmentee par luy d'un tiers plus qu'aux precedentes Impressions. Paris: chez Michel Sonnius, 1595. The Definitive edition and the first folio edition. Folio. [24], 523, [1 blank], 231, [1 errata] pp. Modern maroon morocco. Morocco spine label, raised bands, old gilt edges. Contents skillfully washed and sized, a few marginal tears not affecting text, some scattered pencil marginalia. A very good copy. This edition, edited by the French bluestocking Marie de Jars, Demoiselle de Gournay (1566-1645), has some claim to be the definitive edition of Montaigne's Essais. Mlle de Gournay, who as a very young girl had travelled to Paris to meet her intellectual hero, was Montaigne's adopted daughter. After Montaigne's death, his widow presented Mlle de Gournay with the philosopher's copiously annotated copy of the 1588 edition of his Essais, the last issued during his lifetime and the first to include the third book. Having inserted Montaigne's additions, marked the alterations, and translated all the quotations, Mlle de Gournay sent the proofs to Bordeaux, where the poet Pierre de Brach collated them against another copy with Montaigne's annotations deposited in the convent of the Feuillants in Bordeaux. "The edition thus produced in 1595 has with justice passed as the standard, even in preference to those which appeared in the author's lifetime" (Ency. Brit.). Copies were also issued with the imprint of Abel l'A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-10-06 09:58:06
ORTELIUS, Abraham
Antwerp: Abraham Ortelius, 1595. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 14 x 19.5". This lovely historical map of the Holy Land extends from Berytus (Beirut) to the Nile Delta and the map reaches south to the Red Sea. Dotted lines marked with numbers show the path of the Israelites out of Egypt over the course of 42 years, from the assembly of the tribes at Raemses to the crossing of the Red Sea, then the eventual journey across the Jordan River just north of the Dead Sea into Palestine. A text box in the upper left describes the region, and a cartouche in the lower left holds the title and scales. Both are elaborately decorated with scrolls, plants, and sculptural figures of animals and centaurs. This is the third edition of the map as recognized by the three ships (van den Broecke 172). It was published in Ortelius's famous "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum," which is historically considered the first modern atlas. It is in good condition with full margins. Some light staining in the margins and a crease to the lower corner. Latin text on verso. Abraham Ortelius (1527--1598), a Flemish cartographer and geographer, is widely regarded as one of the important and influential cartographers in history. He is known for his "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum," which was the first modern atlas.
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2013-10-05 10:19:33
Ruscelli Girolamo
Venetia: Appresso gli Heredi di Sessa,, In Venetia,, 1595. Collation, viii+59, alternately numbered pages, 116pp, illustrated throughout with text and 10 full page plates. Book measures 8 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches, ( 21.5x16mm ). Bound in later full vellum, with yap edges. Binding in excellent condition. Internally, some occasional spotting, light to moderate staining mostly to illustrations, occasional very minor worming. Pages in good condition throughout. A very nice copy.. Very Good. Large 8vo.
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2013-09-26 14:16:48
Vaudus, Johannes.
Hanoviae Guilielmum Antonium (Hanau: Antonius, Wilhelm), 1595. [12] Bll. 337 S. [1] S., [4] Bl., 150 S. mit zwei allegorischen Holzschnitvignetten auf den Titeln. zu 1: VD16 V433; umfangreicher Sammelband in reizvollem Einband. la Gewicht in Gramm: 750 Kl.-8° Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband über füng erhabene Bünde, Deckel mit zeitgenössischem Handschriftbezug
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Münster, NRW, Germany]
2013-09-12 06:51:53
Ortelius, Abraham:
Antwerp, 1595. Copper engraving, 38.5 x 49.5 cms, recent-hand-colour, Latin text on verso. First published in a 1573 edition of the ‘Theatrum', Philip Appian is credited as the source; Van den Broecke notes minor ornamental changes (horizontal cross hatching) which indicate that our map was printed from the plate in its third state. Map
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2013-09-12 06:51:53
Ortelius, Abraham:
Antwerp, 1595. Copper engraving, 36 x 50 cms, recent-hand-colour, Latin text on verso. First published in 1595, Ortelius' map, reduced from the two sheet version in the ‘Parergon', depicts the British Isles in antiquity, using information derived from Diodorus Siculus, Pliny, Appian, Tacitus, Caesar, Strabo and other ancient writers. Ortelius's Theatrum Orbis Terrarum is generally considered the first modern atlas of the world, originally published in 1570. Ortelius gathered the best available cartographic knowledge and presented it in a consistent style in a single volume, with text. The Theatrum was very decorative and hugely popular amongst the wealthy and educated, running into over forty editions in Latin and the major European languages. For Ortelius himself, however, his atlas of ancient geography, the Parergon, was a "personal work" (Koeman). He regarded himself as an antiquary and, rather than copying other people's maps, he drew the originals himself; they were subsequently engraved for him by the master engraver Jan Wierix. Van den Broecke 192; Shirley British Isles 186. Map
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2013-09-08 18:26:09
Ortelius, Abraham:
Antwerp, 1595. Copper engraving, 34.5 x 49 cms, recent-hand-colour, Latin text on verso. First published in the 1595 edition of the ‘Parergon’ (see below), this map of the eastern Mediterranean depicts wanderings of the legendary Trojan prince Aeneas after the fall of Troy, “according to the first six books of Virgil’s Aeneid”, the epic poem which served as Rome’s foundation myth. Ortelius's Theatrum Orbis Terrarum is generally considered the first modern atlas of the world, originally published in 1570. Ortelius gathered the best available cartographic knowledge and presented it in a consistent style in a single volume, with text. The Theatrum was very decorative and hugely popular amongst the wealthy and educated, running into over forty editions in Latin and the major European languages. For Ortelius himself, however, his atlas of ancient geography, the Parergon, was a "personal work" (Koeman). He regarded himself as an antiquary and, rather than copying other people's maps, he drew the originals himself; they were subsequently engraved for him by the master engraver Jan Wierix.
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2013-08-17 22:47:57
José de Sigüenza
Tomas Iunti, Madrid 1595 - Tomas Iunti, Madrid; 1595. 809 pág. Pergamino original, lomo con nervios en hierro. «La Vida de San Hieronymo Doctor de la Santa Iglesia. Copilada principalmente de sus obras.» [sic] Estado general: aceptable; puntos de carcoma en las cubiertas, inscripción de propietario anterior; alguna manchita de humedad. Faltan un par de páginas al inicio y al final. Corpus completo y en estado más que aceptable. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AB Libros Usados
2013-07-28 10:44:15
Blebel, Thomas:
Wittenberg, Johann Krafft 1595.. Mit zahlr. astronomischen Textholzschnitten. 16 Bll., 205 (falsch 105) S. Manuskriptprgt. d. Zt. 15,5 x 10,5 cm. VD16 B 5724; Zinner 3608. - Erstmals 1576 erschienen. - Einband etwas altersfleckig und wurmspurig, Rücken leseschief. Titel mit alten Eintragungen und am unteren Rand (ohne Textverlust) mit Ausschnitt und alter Hinterlegung.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2013-07-26 19:02:03
Leo Hebraeus (d. i. Jehuda ben Isaak Abravanel):
Lyon, Benoist Rigaud 1595.. Mit Titelvignette in Holzschnitt. 815 S., 24 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. mit Rückenschild. 12 x 8 cm. Brunet III, 984, Baudrier, Bibliogr. lyon., III, p. 441. - Hauptwerk des prominenten jüdischen Vertreter des Platonismus in der Renaissance, der oft kurz Abravanel oder Abrabanel genannt wird (geb. um 1460 in Lissabon; gest. nach 1521 in Neapel). - Titel mit kleinem Besitzvermerk. Mitunter etwas gebräunt und fleckig. Gegen Ende gering wasserrandig und im Oberrand etwas knapp beschnitten.
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2013-07-22 05:06:13
ORTELIUS, Abraham
Antwerp: Philippe Galle, 1595. unbound. very good(+). Miniature map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 3 1/8" x 4.25". Fantastic miniature map of northern Asia with parts of Europe, Tartary, China, Japan and the northwest of America, including the Baja Peninsula. Notes and descriptions mention Marco Polo's journey and discoveries. Notations within North America include the Sierra Nevada mountains and several rivers. From the 1595 pocket edition of Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", or "Epitome" with text by Pieter Heyns. With Latin text on verso. Chip to upper right corner, light staining to lower margin.
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2013-07-18 17:44:28
16TH CENTURY BIBLE - Geneva VERSION
London: Imprinted at London by the deputies of Christopher Barker, Printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie. Anno 1595. Cum privilegio. 0. A very good full leather binding. 4to., black letter (in double columns, with marginal references) 9.00" x 6.50" x 2.25". Plain brown calf covered boards. Spine with four raised bands. Plain endpapers (handmade paper). The general title page is absent. Text begins with Genesis. Misprint: Genesis i. 3. 'Then God sayde...' The Old Testament and Apocrypha are complete ending on f.434a . The New Testament title is dated 1495 ["It is assumed that the general title, which is wanting, was dated 1594, and that the date 1495 on the New Testament title-page is a misprint for 1594." - See Herbert p.109], the verso is blank except for some early doodles, followed by 3 preliminary leaves, ending with; 'The names and order of all the Books....' . The New testament is complete. Matthew begins on f. 441 and ends with revelation on f. 554b. Pages uniformly toned, blank spaces filled with doodles and names relating to the Skarratt family. Referenced by Herbert 219 / Darlow & Moule 168 / STC 2161 .
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2013-07-15 10:38:08
Damhoudere, Joost de:
Frankfurt, Basse 1595.. Mit auf den beiden Titel wiederholter Druckermarke und 9 größeren Holzschnitten von Jost Amman. 2 Bll. 150 (recte 149) S., 2 (von 3) Bll. Neuer Lederband. 31,5 x 20 cm. VD16 D 56 und D 68; Stintzing-L. I, 606. - Frühe Schrift über das Vormundschaftsrecht; die erste Ausgabe erschien 1576. Enthält auf den S. 110-129 mit eigenem Titel den wichtigen Beitrag zur Handelsgeschichte und zum Konkurs- und Versteigerungsrecht "De Subhastatione. Von Vergandten vnnd öffentlichem Verkauffen..." - Anfangs wenige Bll. am unteren Falz mit kleiner, unauffälliger Reparatur. Seitlich etwas knapp beschnitten, einige Bll. minimal wurmspurig im Rand, insgesamt mit wenigen Gebrauchsspuren. Es fehlt das letzte Registerblatt.
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2013-07-15 09:02:35
BENZONI, Girolamo (1518/19-1570). - Theodor DE BRY and Johann Theodor DE BRY (publishers)
Johann Feyrabend, 1594, Frankfurt. (13 x 9 1/8 inches). Title pages, and two section titles to both parts with pasted on paper panels bearing the titles, all within an engraved surround (as issued), 1 full-page engraving of arms. 2 folding engraved maps [the 1st: Burden 83], 1 half-page portrait of Christopher Columbus, 2 half-page engraved emblematic illustrations, 46 half-page engraved illustrations, woodcut headpieces, all with period hand colouring. Expertly bound to style in 16th century vellum First edition in German of the first two parts of Benzoni's noted history of the European conquest of America: this copy with extraordinary full period hand colouring. A very fine copy of the German edition of Parts IV and V of De Bry's celebrated Grand Voyages , here with the plates and title pages with remarkable contemporary hand colouring. In these two parts, De Bry reprints the first two sections of Girolamo Benzoni's work on the Spanish conquest of the West Indies, which was first published in Italian in Venice in 1565 under the title Historia del Mondo Nuovo . The De Bry edition is notable for its spectacular illustrations and its fine maps of the Indies. The illustrations are comprised as follows: Part IV with 24 coloured plates plus two half-page coloured plates in the text (one showing Columbus's landing), plus a coloured folding map of the Caribbean; Part V with 22 coloured plates plus a half-page coloured portrait of Columbus, plus a folding coloured map of Mexico. The three parts that make up De Bry's rendition of Benzoni (the first two of which are present here) re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2013-06-12 19:06:42
Abraham ORTELIUS (1528 - 1598)
Carta geografica del basso Lazio tratta dal Parergon, atlante storico di Ortelius. Sal punto di vista cartografico la carta deriva da Ignazio Danti, che inviò delle informazioni ad Ortelius nel 1592. Inserito nel cartiglio in basso a sinistra il particolare del Monte Circeo. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Anversa Antwerpen 460 360
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-12 19:06:42
Abraham ORTELIUS (1528 - 1598)
Carta tratta dal "Parergon" di Ortelius, edizione latina del 1595. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Anversa Antwerpen Van den Broecke 210. 480 345
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-12 19:06:42
Abraham ORTELIUS (1528 - 1598)
Carta geografica del basso Lazio tratta dal Parergon, atlante storico di Ortelius. Sal punto di vista cartografico la carta deriva da Ignazio Danti, che inviò delle informazioni ad Ortelius nel 1592. Inserito nel cartiglio in basso a sinistra il particolare del Monte Circeo. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Based on classical authors sources, specifically Virgilius, Plinius, Varro, Halicarnasseus, Festus and Ausonius. Philip Wingius in his letter to Ortelius from 1592 mentions Egnazio Dante as the source of a map of Latium which he copied surreptitiously in Rome and sent to Ortelius subsequently. Inset: Mount Circeo (Southeast of Rome), is the supposed dwelling place of the mythical goddess witch Circe, who enchanted Odysseus and turned his companions into swine. Anversa Antwerpen Van den Broecke, Ortelius Atlas Maps, 209 460 360
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-12 19:06:42
Abraham ORTELIUS (1528 - 1598)
Carta tratta dal " Parergon" del "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" edizione latina del 1624. Inciisione in rame, magnifica coloritura coeva, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Anversa Antwerpen Van den Broecke 210 475 340
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-11 11:41:34
LIPSIUS IUSTUS.
Ex Typ. Dominici Basae 1595 Cm. 17,5, pp. 125 (3). Con belle figure incise in rame nel testo, 8 delle quali a piena pagina. Legatura strettamente coeva in pergamena molle. Esemplare con qualche moderata traccia d'uso, alcune macchiette ed una gora chiara alle ultime carte, ma genuino e marginoso. Le affascinanti incisioni sono particolarmente ben impresse e raffigurano il supplizio della Crocifissione. Si tratta della prima edizione stampata in Italia. Non comune.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-06-10 17:05:23
Gerard MERCATOR junior (1565 - 1656)
Acquaforte e bulino, 1595, firmata in lastra in basso nel cartiglio. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, meravigliosa coloritura coeva, piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione.Questa classica ed importante mappa dell?Africa è direttamente basata sulle informazioni della mappa murale del mondo di Gerard Mercator (1512-1594). Gerard Mercator II (o junior come egli stesso si firma nel cartiglio col titolo) era il figlio grande del cosmografo, noto per la sua scrupolosa attenzione nella preparazione delle mappe, attività nella quale coinvolgeva tutti i membri della sua famiglia, in qualità di incisori, stampatori ed editori. Dal punto di vista cartografico la mappa contiene informazioni derivanti dalle mappe di Waldseemuller e Gastaldi, sia la carta murale del 1564 che le carte preparate per il celebre libro del Ramusio Della Navigatione e de Viaggi (1554). Dal Ramusio derivano anche numerose informazioni relative ai toponimi, soprattutto dell?interno del continente. La mappa è conosciuta in un solo stato dalla sua prima edizione nel Atlantis Pars Altera, pubblicato nel 1595, dopo la morte del Mercator, dall?altro figlio Rumold. Successivamente è inserita in alcuni degli atlanti di Hondius fino alla sua ultima apparizione nell?edizione francese del 1633 del Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Betz e Vand der Krogt confermano, in base al testo al verso, che questo esemplare è proprio della prima edizione del 1595. Meraviglioso esemplare. Etching with engraving, 1595, signed on plate at the bottom of the cartouche. Magnificent proof, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-10 12:52:23
Giovanni MAGGI (1566-1618)
Acquaforte, 1595, firmata e datata in lastra in basso. Magnifica prova di questa rarissima incisione, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, leggera macchia a sinistra in alto, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Disegnatore ed incisore romano, è autore della Bichierografia, una raccolta di 1600 disegni per vetri realizzata nel 1604 e dedicata al Cardinale Francesco Maria del Monte. Nel 1609 concluse un accordo di lavoro con l?editore Giovanni Orlandi, realizzando molte incisioni di chiese. Le sue lastre sono citate nell?elenco di vendita del Vaccari del 1614. Importante la sua opera di incisore di paesaggi e antichità, come la serie: Libro di tutte le guglie, (1600) e Ornamenti delle fabbriche antiche e moderne dell?alma città di Roma, 1600. Il Gandellini riporta sull'autore le seguenti parole: "romano, pittore di paesi fu buon disegnatore, e buon prospettivista, ed intagliò ad acquaforte molte vedute ben intese, e con buon gusto formate; molte facciate di chiese di Roma. Fece anche una prospettiva grandissima di Roma ricavata, e disegnata in piano, con tutte le strade, piazze, chiese, palazzi, e case private, la qual'opera non potendo quel pover'uomo finire per mancanza di denaro, ne ridurre a quella perfezione, a cui l'avrebbe ridotta , se avesse avuto commodo, fu poscia intagliata in legno da Paolo Maupin. Intagliò insieme con Domenico Barriera diverse fontane di Roma, di Tivoli, e di Frascati. Disegnò le nove chiese, che si visitano per l'Indulgenza, colla chiesa di S. Maria del Popolo, e loro Altari Privilegiati; ma da altri furono a bulino inta … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-09 21:49:53
Cerchia di Agostino CARRACCI (Bologna 1555 - Parma 1602)
Bulino, fine XVI secolo. Da un disegno di Agostino Carracci. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Il soggetto è già interpretato da Francesco Brizio nel 1595; e del tema esistono diversi disegni preparatori, nessuno dei quali sembra essere l?originale del Carracci. Questa incisione è nello stesso verso rispetto al disegno preparatorio e pertanto potrebbe essere stata realizzato guardando la stampa del Brizio. Non descritta nei repertori. Engraving, end of the sixteenth century. From a drawing by Agostino Carracci. Magnificent proof, rich tone, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the copperplate, in excellent condition. The subject is already played by Francesco Brizio in 1595, and the theme there are several preparatory drawings, none of which seems to be the original of the Carracci. This work is in the same direction with respect to the preparatory drawing and therefore may have been made by looking at the release of Brizio. Not described in the repertories. De Grazia R28 (Brizio); Bartsch 39. Dimensioni 150x193.
Bookseller: Libreria Yelets
2013-06-09 21:04:33
Cravetta Aimone
Spirae Nemetum, apud Bernhardum Albinum, 1595. 1595 In-8° antico (169x100mm), pp. (16), 689, (63) di indice, legatura coeva p. pergamena con unghie, tracce di legacci e titolo calligrafato in antico al dorso. Tagli azzurri (sbiaditi). Un capolettera ornato colorato anticamente a mano all'acquerello. Testatine e fregi tipografici in xilografia. Una "Praefatio" di Bernardo Albino dedicata a "Georgio Comiti ad Helffenstein, Baroni & Domino in Gundelfingen, & Gomegnies", seguito da due epigrammi latini di dedica ai lettori e da una dedica a stampa ad Ercole IV d'Este. Normali e lievi bruniture. Una firma antica al frontespizio. Antiche sottolineature in inchiostro rosso a svariate cc. Un indice manoscritto dei capitoli. Ottimo stato. Rara edizione cinquecentesca impressa a Spira di questa trattazione giuridica del Cravetta concernente il diritto romano, il diritto feudale e lo status giuridico delle donne sposate. Il Cravetta (Savigliano, 1504-Torino, 1569), giurista, senatore del duca di Ferrara, professore di diritto a Grenoble, Avignone, Torino, Ferrara e Pavia, era di famiglia oriunda dell'Inghilterra (Cravetta è italianizzazione del cognome originario). Cfr. Adams, C-2913. Manca a STC German Books e al Sapori.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-05-31 22:18:39
16TH CENTURY BIBLE - Geneva VERSION .:
London: Imprinted at London by the deputies of Christopher Barker, Printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie. Anno 1595. Cum privilegio.. A very good full leather binding. 4to., black letter (in double columns, with marginal references) 9.00" x 6.50" x 2.25". Plain brown calf covered boards. Spine with four raised bands. Plain endpapers (handmade paper). The general title page is absent. Text begins with Genesis. Misprint: Genesis i. 3. 'Then God sayde...' The Old Testament and Apocrypha are complete ending on f.434a . The New Testament title is dated 1495 ["It is assumed that the general title, which is wanting, was dated 1594, and that the date 1495 on the New Testament title-page is a misprint for 1594." - See Herbert p.109], the verso is blank except for some early doodles, followed by 3 preliminary leaves, ending with; 'The names and order of all the Books....' . The New testament is complete. Matthew begins on f. 441 and ends with revelation on f. 554b. Pages uniformly toned, blank spaces filled with doodles and names relating to the Skarratt family. Referenced by Herbert 219 / Darlow & Moule 168 / STC 2161
Bookseller: Beckham Books Ltd
2013-05-19 17:15:59
CHRISTIAN IV - PASSE, CHRISPIANI DE (1564 - 1637):
D.G. Daniae, Norwegiae, Wand. Goth. Rex; Slesv. Holsat. Storm et Dithm DVX, Comes in Oldenb. et Delmenh. Etc. Coloniæ 1595. Copperprint by Chrispiani de Passe. 14,5x11,5 cm. Framed.. Christian IV. 1577 - 1648. Danish King 1588 - 1648
Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat
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