Book, Perkamenten band uit de tijd met goudstempeling op rug en platten met wapen van Amsterdam prijsband , titelgravure H. Spoelder, Novemberland Professional seller. Norwalk, Connecticut: Easton Press. Bound In full leather with hubbed spines. Catullus et in eum Commentarius M. Antonii Mureti. Tre frontesp. Adams C Renouard, , Studio Bibliografico Michelotti Professional seller. Catalogue: Aldina.
Antonii Cocii Sabellici Commentariis. Egnatii Scholia. Erasmi Roterodami. Libro, [Classici-Prima edizione] cm. Minimi ottimi restauri. Bellissimo frontis incorniciato da ricca bordura xilografica figurata con putti e figure mitologiche. Carattere rotondo e corsivo molto elegante, capolettera figurati. Prefazione di Angelo Poliziano. Prima edizione in piccolo formato segnalata dal Graesse come pregiata, col celebre commento del M. Egnatius e altri. Insignificante tarletto alla cerniera di 20 carte interne, lontano dal testo. Alcuni lievi aloni alle prime e ultime carte, alcuni nomi oscurati per censura ma leggibili.
Peraltro esemplare molto bello, fresco e nitido. Adams S ; Bm. Catalogue: Libri dal al Panegyricus liber, quem imp. Nervae Traiano optimo principi scripsit sive dixit, denuo editus Nunc vero praeside Matthia Berneggero Index , kleiner brauner Fleck im unteren Rand, wenige kleine Wurmspuren im Innenrand des Vorwerks und Vorderdeckels, teils ausgewischter runder Stempel, hs.
Konsul war unter Traian. Mit den Text der grossen Gelehrter J. Gruter Berneggers und die Dichtungen J. Boeclers und J. Frischmanns siehe Notiz im Graesse. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. Harteveld Rare Books Ltd. Professional seller. Lugduni, G. Beringorum Fratrum. Libro, Plinius Secundus GaiusHistoriae mundi libri triginta septem. XVIII, tassello con tit. Prima edizione del Beringen con la dedica di Erasmo dalla edizione di Basilea del I 37 libri comprendono matematica e fisica, geografia e astronomia, medicina e zoologia, fisilogia, storia e antropologia, agricoltura, mineralogia, lettere ed arti.
Antiche firme di appartenenza al frontis. De coniuratione Catilinae. Crispi Sallustii de Coniuratione Catilinae historia. Eiusdem de bello Iugurthino. Portij Latronis declamatio contra L. Ciceronis orationes quatuor in L. Crispi Sallustij in M. Ciceronem invectiva. Ciceroni responsio. Works Title Sources Des animaux? Item Caii Julii Solini Polyhistor ex veteribus libris emendatus.. Pline Second Naturalis historia Naturalis historia 10 Naturalis historia 11, Naturalis historia 11, Naturalis historia 18 Naturalis historia 19 Naturalis historia 2 Naturalis historia 33 Naturalis historia Naturalis historia 34 Naturalis historia 35 Naturalis historia 36,,4 Naturalis historia 7 Naturalis historia 8 Naturalis historia 8, Naturalis historia 9 Naturalis historia.
Liber 21 Naturalis historia. Liber Naturalis historia. Liber 7 Naturalis historia. Liber 8. Selections Naturalis historia. Liber 9. Naturalis historia. Slightly browned throughout, a few leaves stained; some marginalia by an old hand. A well preserved copy of a scarce edition. Libri VI. Woodcut title border no. I, p 49 , printer's device on title Renouard, Marques typogr. Luitprant came from a Langobard family; he had been educated at the court of Provenza in Pavia and was a favourite of King Hugo and at first also of his successor Berengar of Ivrea.
He attended the emperor Otto's II coronation in , and he belonged to the delegation who travelled to Constantinople one year later to win over Theophanu for matrimony with Otto II. It is, however, not certain whether he also was a member of the delegation that accompanied Theophanu to Germany. The "Rerum gestarurn per Europam" belong to the most important history sources of Ottonian time, especially as Liutprant processed much first-hand information; the focal points of his depiction thus are in spite of the title Northern Italy, Byzantium and the German empire.
The volume ends with the coronation of the emperor Otto I in Liutprant's subjective perspective - typical of his time - accounts for the particular charm of the book: He wants to take revenge on Berengar of Ivrea therefore in the preface to Book III he calls his work "Antapodosis" - "Retaliation" -, a term used in the newer editions as a title.
Probably Otto I commissioned him to write a summary of the emperor's Italy politics of the years , a survey which above all became a eulogy on the emperor; the current edition contains this text as ending of Book 6. Liutprant's report on the emissary delegation to Constantinople appeared as first printing in Marbled endpapers.
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Slightly browned and stained throughout, some leaves more heavily touched. Tears to margins of the first leaves restored text not affected , a few manuscript notes by an old hand. Front fly-leaf with an old library number. Reservd for the catalogue of the Stuttgart Antiquarian. In Psalterium expositio. In qua subiectae reperiuntur materiae Lyon, J. Moylin Woodcut title border. Blind-stamped calf over wooden boards rubbed, a few small leather defects to spine, head and foot of spine defective, front joint crashed , n , 8 metal bosses to edges and corners; lacking clasps.
Front cover has the addition of a later owner's embossed monogram and date. This commentary on the Psalms is, with the description of Christ's life, the second work of Ludolphus which was reprinted time and again since the incunabula period, although this work was reprinted less often than the first. The very well preserved binding has the same decoration on both front and back: the outer design is a roll of the Virtues which is dated "" Casta Lucr[etia] - Pruden[tia] - [Suavitas] - Justicia ; a narrow border decorated with two different floral stamps followed by a central panel in which is separated by rolled lines into four vertical rolls: the virtues reappear centrally in twoo bands and theseare supplemented in the two outer bands by two rollwork bands showing different figure.
The front cover has a second empty horizontal panel in which the date and ownership monogram BVCIW appear. The roll work is not illustrated in Haebler, the roll with virtues matches in size and consistency with the allegorical figures of another decoration, that Haebler dates to II, 13, No. It is extremely rare that allegorical figures receive such supplementary detail in this kind of inscription.
This special feature was covered in Issue 18 April of the magazine "Einbandforschung".
Lacking fly leaves, last leaf mounted. Slightly browned throughout, minor spotting. Title printed red and black, restored tear to title border affected but no loss. Old ownership inscription to title verso together with some more letters. Red edge coloring affecting the first 2 leaves. Adams L Leaf a 2 recto 39 lines each column and headline. Alternating blue and red initials throughout. Contemporary blind-stamped pigskin over bevelled wooden boards some rubbings, head and foot of spine and front hinge restored, worm holes.
Little has been handed down concerning Johannes Marchesinus' life story: he was a Franciscan monk in the Reggio Emilia area in the vicinity of Modena, living toward the end of the 13th and beginning of the 14th centuries. He wrote his work "Mammotrectus super Bibliam" freely translated as "A basis for understanding the Bible" as a guide to clerics; widely distributed during the late Middle Ages and the early modern era this work belonged to the most important of the Franciscan teaching texts. The ca. Explanations of difficult biblical terms or idioms; 2. Explanations on orthography and intonation of Latin words, on Bible tradition and council history, to basic principles concerning Bible interpretation and translation, to the old testament feast days and on priestly garments; 3.
Tracts on the liturgy and on further religious writings legends of saints etc. Erasmus v. Rotterdam subjected the work to a thorough critique, Luther and the protestant theology rejected it completely. This excellently preserved binding originated in Ulm, probably from one of Konrad Dinckmuts binding workshops. Front and back covers present the identical divisions: an outside plain margin is followed by a wide border, filled with individual stamping lilies in oval borders ; centrally there is a rectangular field, crossed diagonally by incised lines producing triangular fields which are decorated with one or two smaller stamps swan, round, framed.
The same die form decorates the corners of the frames containing the lilies. Breitenbruch: Inkunabeln der Stadtbibliothek Ulm, no. Die Illumination on leaf a1 recto was made by an Italian hand, the coat of arms represents the heraldic shield of an Italian family see for example Christie's "The Nakles Collection of Incunabula" [ On the rear end-paper there is preserved an entry of acquision from the year "Comparatus sum anno Domini M.
A 2 recto und n 6 verso show the ownership stamp of the Franciscanian Monastry Riva del Guarda. Without front fly-leaf. The endpapers have been renewed with old material, entries from the original endpapers are preserved see the provenances. The stiching of quires A and B new, the leaves 3 1,2 reinforced at joint. Leaf A 1 blank with restored loss of paper. Minor staining. A well preserved copy with a marvellous illuminated page in an superb binding. Berlin Basle, Michael Furter Three different printer's devices and 18 full-page woodcuts copies of the cuts in the incunabula-editions by the "Master of Haintz Narr".
Title printed red and black. New vellum slightly spotted. Forth edition, first in the postincunabula period. Text and woodcuts are about the parable of the Prodigal Son. Meder - a monk in Basle and a frend of Sebastian Brant - supervised the printing of the text and the realising of the illustrations himself. Title with an old monastic ownership entry. Slightly browned throughout, minor stained. A well preserved copy. Schramm XXII, p. Thome Articulisque Parisien. Gothic types, mostly printed in 2 columns.
Illuminated with three sizable initials one in shades of mauve, green, red and brown, filled in with foliage and tendrils and geometrical decor, two in mauve, green and blue -one of them gilded -, filled in with foliage as well and also leaves a 4 verso and A 2 recto with margin borders consisting of tendrils and blossoms in the same colours as the initials; the strip on leaf A 2 recto contains a burlesque figure sticking head first up to his hips in a blossom, kicking his legs. The volume is rubricated throughout in red, and the rubricator consistently - with the exception of one page - added red lombards.
Kessler's woodcut device is located above the colophon. Contemporary blind-stamped half leather pigskin over wooden boards rubbed, some worm-holes, foot of spine with restored leather defect , hand-written spine label, a newer library label, 2 later brass clasps. An entry surely by the rubricator's own hand on fol. Eodem anno fuit annus Iubileus In Spiez et in Krembs aliisq ue locis multis positus t em p or e d o m ini Innocentii pap a e Octavi". So it can be safely stated that this Lucas Swarzmullner was the rubricator and bookbinder alter et idem; whether he was also the illuminator cannot be decided due to lack of comparative material - however, it cannot be ruled out, either, as the instance of Ulrich Schreier from Salzburg proves.
The binding shows a South German Augsburg influence. On the front, there is a narrow marginal frame. A roll-stamp foliage with a rosette follows inwardly on each side length. These two rolls border an inner field of almost equal width stamped with undulating vertical script streamers with interlacing crests; the writing is hard to decipher, it is, however, highly probable that the text here is "maria". The reverse has the same outer frame, which here encloses two identical, divided "gothic arc frieze" roll-stamps set opposite each other with their short side.
The name of Lucas Schwarzmullner does not appear in the relevant literature, the whole area of the Wachau in Austria is not represented in the bookbinders' 1ists of the 15th century. In a Lucas Swarzmiller was recorded and mentioned as public notary and priest at Krems Austria. As a bookbinder he has up to now remained unknown, extensive entries on binders are extremely rare in incunabula editions. Our discovering of the binder Lucas Swartzmullner is presented and described in: "Einbandforschung", no. Book-block broken. Lacking flyleaves, quires T and V misbound, ownership entries.
Minor worming, title and fol. T1 soiled, some lvs. In placed with damp- or finger-stains. A fine copy with the important discovering of a 15th century bookbinder. P; GW online M Basle, A. Cratander Repeated printer's device on title and last leaf verso. Second Latin edition on Pindar's poems first: , the first one with commentary.
Only a small portion of the complete works of Pindar or - ca. These were often written on commission for aristocrats across the entire Greek-speaking world of the time, including Sicily.
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Pindar's works were highly regarded in the literature of Rome e. Horace and admired in England Milton , France Boileau and also in Germany, especially amongst the so-called Romantics e. Johannes Lonicer c. The embossing of the binding is identical on both sides: several different individual stamps within a rhombus-shaped grid: fan-like leafwork , a wanderer supporting himself on a staff and lilies; the half fields at the edges are filled with a beetle stamp surrounded by square frame.
The stamps of the wanderer and the beetle stamp are barely mentioned in the literature. The binding could have originated in the Rhine or lower Rhine areas. The flyleaf and endpapers are parchment. Title has larger piece missing at the side recto small amount, verso minimal text loss which has been reinforced, edge and fold strengthening, one worm hole also repaired.
Additionally several handwritten entries on title, two of which indicate church censorship: one that the author had been sentenced but that he had been reinstated; the second mentions Father Paulus Keuth who had corrected the book according to the Index of Forbidden Books one can see with what skepticism even an innocent work of the Luther supporter Johannes Lonicer was held in catholic circles, a series of whose polemic pamphlets landed in the Index ; a third entry from the 17th century mentions the Convent of the Birgitten Nunnery in Cologne as owner.
Front joint broken, last leaf of gathering reinforced. Both endpapers show old library entries.
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Light browning throughout, some water staining; some rubrication in red and blue. Page has two lines crossed out in the hand of the "Corrector" named on title page? There is some disagreement in the relevant bibliographies as to the exact number of editions of this work: the "Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke" lists five editions, but only refers to three reference examples; the ISTC limits itself to these three all undated : J.
Gensberg ca. Hain attributes the Gensberg-edition to J. Schurener; early bibliographic literature largely follows him. Of Johann Gensberg - according to F. Geldner - little is known of his biography. During the s he achieved in his first career, namely that as humanistically educated poet and politician, a high point: he spent several years at the court of the Emperor, Friedrich III, and was crowned by him as "poeta laureatus". He gave lectures at the University of Vienna on classical literature, and his influence on contemporary humanist circles is highly regarded. However, by his church career had already begun - he was appointed Bishop of Triest - and which reached its climax with his appointment to Pope in Piccolomini als Papst The conquest of Constantinople in by Mehmed II caused a form of shock wave throughout Europe: besides the political-military threats posed, many saw the cultural achievements of Europe in danger.
Pius II wanted to counter any further Osman expansion by way of a crusade. The recent introduction of the printed book proved to be the ideal medium for spreading his ideas. This text on the fall of Constantinople was a preliminary printing of a passage from "In Europam" finished in before Piccolomini's election to Pope and printed first time in by Kunne in Memmingen: fol.
Fol a 1 recto with armorial stamp of the collection Charles de L'Escalopier - This catalogue number was written by hand on fol. There is another handwritten number on fol a. In the beginning of the 20th century it in the ownership of a German owner see manuscript entree on front fly leaf. Other endpapers new. Throughout some damp-staining. Not in BMC, not in v. Arnim Coll. Basle, Hieronymus Froben und Nikolaus Episcopus Folio 36,1 x 24,5 cm. Printer's device 3 repetitions and numerous initials by Hans Holbein The Younger.
Edit by S. Gelenius and with his commentaries. Holbein the Younger and of which the first two are cut by J. Sigismundus Gelenius i. After having worked as editor on the printing of the B. The "Historia naturalis" of C. This work became a model for later works of this nature see DNP 9, Sp. This example presents an unusual binding consisting of a combination of late gothic and Renaissance elements. The front cover is decorated with a rectangular panel which is embellished with rhombus pattern of individual stamps surrounded by a narrow basket-weave band which border on three further rollwork designs, one of individual stamps similar to the diamond pattern, one with foliage pattern and finally an empty roll which has single designs in the corners and binding points.
The rear cover presents a similar division of panels although the stamps used are not always identical. One set of rollwork - also with the foliage decoaration - borders this, followed by a single pomegranate stamp and the roll of foliage from the front cover.
Finally one can see the empty rollwork in the corners and binding points ribs again using the individual stamp from the front cover. A striking detail is the where the central panel is surrounded by the next border ruled lines have been drawn to connect the outer corners with the inner corners thus creating new fields, and these have been decorated with the pomegranate stamp only partially visible. The organisation of the panels of the rear cover are similar to that which Schlechter see Augenweide und Schutz.
Koblenz illustrates under Number There are not as many roll stamps the binding in Schlechter is considerably smaller than this here and the rhombus and rectangles are decorated with other rolls. Schlechter illustrates only the front cover but claims that the back cover is identical. The period in which the two bindings were produced is the same: the two rolls in Schlechter are dated and , the binding applied to a work printed in Basle in As possible source of the binding Schlechter writes: "Southern Germany. Unknown workshop".
One could probably expand this somewhat: "Possibly Rhineland-Palatinate". Lacking front fly leaf. The same small stamp and a new ownership inscription to front fly leaf, rear end-paper with 2 short entries. Worm holes loss of letters. VD16 P ; Adams P incompl. Insgesamt ein gut erhaltenes Exemplar im originalen Zustand.
VD16 P ; Adams P unvollst. Quintilianus, M arcus F abius. Institutiones oratoriae. Repeated Aldus' - device Fletcher no. First Aldus-edition. Quintilian c. Based on the works of Cicero, he distances himself from the "Old School" Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus, Cato the Elder with their plain "dryness" and also from the mannerisms of several of his contemporaries e. Although only read by academics in the late classical period and more or less completely forgotten during the middle ages, since the Renaissance his work has spread and with it an enormous after-effect, subsequent to a copy of his "Institutiones" being discovered in St.
Gallen at the beginning of the 15th century. Title and 3 lvs. Title, first and last lvs. Renouard ,6; Cat. Laurenziana ; Fletcher p. Annales, non tam de Augustorum vitis, quam aliorum Germanorum gestis et docte et compendiose disserentes, ante sexingentos fere annos editi With woodcut title border, 2 full-page woodcuts Rotenhan's portrait and coat-of-arms and some woodcut initials.
New leather corners and edges slightly rubbed , both front and rear board covered by old blind-stamped leather heavily rubbed, leather defects. First edition of both Regino's chronicle and the continuation attributed to Adalbert of Weissenburg. Regino's text ends on page 50 verso. All the manuscrips of the tradition "A" contain both Regino and the continuation, regino's text probably revised by Adalbert see Frase p. Geck Mainzer Almanach. The title border has been used first time in Schoeffer's Livius edition in Regino's died chronicle starts with the birth of Christ and goes up to the year ; especially for the c.
Adalbert of Weissenburg later the first archbishop of Magdeburg wrote the continuation between - describing the time of the emperors Henry I, Otto I. By his hand a price inscription as well: 20 livres.
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Front paste-down and fly-leaf old, the rear ones renewed with old paper. Front fly-leaf with entries regarding this edition. In places marginal annotations and underlinings, 1 leaf with small loss of paper not touching text. Slightly browned throughout, a fresh copy of the rare edition Vogt in "Catalogus XIV; Schleidgen p. Rolewinck, Werner Fasciculus temporum omnes antiquorum chronicas complectens. With 10 smaller woodcuts and numerous genealogical diagrams. Woodcuts and diagrams in contemporary colouring. There are blue hand-painted initials throughout in the "tabula" there are alternating blue and red ones and rubricated in red.
Manuscript page numbering by rubricator's hand in red. Early 16th-century wooden boards with wide blind-stamped pigs leather spine this being shortened on the rear boards at some time in the past; both boards slightly rubbed, leather darkened and some staining , 2 intact clasps one of which has been repaired.
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Our copy represents the version GW M - probably the more original one we could compare our copy with photos of the variant from Herzogin Anna Amalia Library in Weimar. We have to thank Mrs. Arnhold for the photos. The attribution of this unsigned printing to Ludwig von Renchen, is in the meantime, virtually assured, the dating is provided by the sales entry in an example in Frankfurt see Ohly-Sack. The Rolewinck printing is considered to be one of the earliest products of the Renchen Press dated works of his are known from He specialized in theological and liturgical works.
Werner Rolewinck - , from Carthusian monk in Cologne achieved with Fasciculus one of the first "bestsellers" in the history of book writing: up to alone more than 10 editions were issued, before it rose to ca. With his survey of the history of the world from its beginnings to the current period he ended in the year Rolewinck did not simply write a theology of history in its more narrow sense such as numerous authors had done before following on from the examples of Orosius and Augustinus, but penned a more objective work, that collected together earlier chronicles to present the sum of knowledge of his time in the form of a lucid handbook "omnes antiquorum cronicas complectens" has been added to the title "Incipit" fol.
Another reason for the huge success of the book certainly lay in the large number of diagrams lines of succession , which attempt a synoptic presentation. It dealt with the problem of trying to narrate the historical chain of events on the one hand without losing sight of contemporaneous occurrences on the other.
The more one attempted the latter, the greater the need for some form of diagrammatic representation.