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HUTTEN, Ulrich von
1518 1ed Froben Ulrich Hutten Protestant Reformation Martin Luther Thomas More
1518 1ed Froben Ulrich Hutten Protestant Reformation Martin Luther Thomas More “Servitude of any sort is distasteful to all men.” – Ulrich von Hutten Ulrich von Hutten was a 16th-century German Protestant reformer known for his dedication to the teachings and leadership of Martin Luther. His collection of writings begins with a period of Latin poetry and letters and, as his writing and devotion grew, he published a number of dialogues and lectures on humanism and Protestant reforms. This 1518 first Basel edition of Hutten’s ‘Dialogues’ features important, yet curious inclusions by Froben. It includes Froben’s letter to Thomas More and Hutten’s dedicatory letter to Heinrich Stromer. (Sebastiani, p.337). It should be noted that this edition was published in Latin, not German like many of Hutten’s previous works. Item number: #5006 Price: $1500 HUTTEN, Ulrich von Ulrichi de Hutten equitis Germani. Aula. Dialogus. Ad lectorem. res est nova, lector, rest est jucunda, lusas perurbanus et facetus, dispeream nisi legisse voles. Vale. [Basileae : Frobenius, 1518.] Details: • Collation: o 63, [1]  Lacking pages 19 / 20- 29/30 - 35 to 46 o Signatures: a-d8 o 23/32 lines o Colophon: Basileae ex officina nostra Mense Nouem bri. M.D.XVIII.  Cololphon found in Froben’s note to the reader • References: USTC 701575; VD16 H 6297; Basel edition not in Adams; Sebastiani, Johann Froben: Printer of Basel, no. 101 • Language: Latin • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~6in X 4.5in (15.5cm x 11.5cm) • Auction and price comparisons at $3,500 Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe … [Click Below for Full Description]
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