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         Syphilis sive morbus gallicus

      - [Senza dati tipografici, presumibilmente 1530]. In-24 (110x75 mm.), cc. n.n. 28 (prima bianca). Ex libris manoscirtto alla prima bianca di Stefano Biordi con nota di passaggio di proprietà da Francesco MariaBiordi, zio del medesimo. Timbretto ex libris al verso dell'ultima carta di Luigi Vismara. Bella legatura verde oliva, dorso a nervi con incise le iniziali dell'autore, piatti incorniciati da duplice filetto con armi (non identificate) incise in oro al centro della campitura. Tagli di rosso. Un lieve alone di trascorsa umidità, ma esemplare assai bello. Edizione della prima metà del '500, ma priva di dati tipografici, che corrisponde come dimensioni e collazione all'edizione di Basilea del 1536, pur differendo da essa tipograficamente. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         倭漢三才圖會 六十二巻本・末 中華地理 北京 南京 山東 山西 河南 陝西 湖廣 六十三巻 中華地理 江西 浙江 等. [Wakan Sansai Zue - Chūka Chiri]. Illustrated Japanese-Chinese Encyclopedia - Geography of China: Vol. 62 Parts 1 & 2, Vol. 63].

      大坂 [Osaka]. 大野木市兵衛. [Ōnoki Ichibe]. [正徳51715]. Two volumes, or juan, in three parts, of the comprehensive "Illustrated Japanese-Chinese Encyclopaedia" [Wakan Sansai Zue]. Woodblock printed folded leaves, four hole string bindings, black and white woodblock maps and illustrations. Seal on first leaf of contents and paper title labels on each volume insect damaged causing loss to the title. Contents generally very good.62本: 中華地理 北京、南京、山東、山西 62末: 中華地理 河南、陝西、湖廣 63: 中華地理 江西、浙江、福建、廣東、廣西、貴州、四川、雲南Vol 62 Part 1 (Lit. Beginning): Chinese Geography: Beijing, Nanjing Province, Shandong Province, Shanxi Province. 44 leaves, seal on first leaf of the contents page, 5 full page maps showing a map of ancient China and four provincial maps. Interestingly the map of Nanjing Province should not be confused with the modern day sense of the city as it roughly shows the modern day region of Jiangsu Province.Vol 62 Part 2 (Lit. End): Chinese Geography: Henan Province, Shaanxi Province, Huguang Province. 37 leaves, worming upper margins of 9 leaves not affecting text, 3 full page provincial maps. The map of Huguang Province referring roughly to the modern geographical areas of Hunan and Hubei provinces.Vol 63: Chinese Geography: Jiangxi Province, Zhejiang Province, Fujian Province, Guangdong Province, Guangxi Province, Guizhou Province, Sichuan Province, Yunnan Province. 67 leaves, 8 full page provincial maps. Including a map of Guangdong province during the Ming Dynasty divided into 9 lower level administrative regions called 府 [Fu]. Hong Kong, shown on the map under the name of 香山 [Xiangshang or literally fragrant mountain], is shown as under the government of 廣州府 [Guangzhou Fu]. 瓊州府 [Qiongzhou Fu], on the lower left corner of the Guangdong map, refers to the region of Hannan Province today. Terajima Ryōan (寺島良安), an Osaka doctor compiled the 105 juan or volume encyclopaedia from which these volumes on China come. Inspired by the Ming Dynasty Leishu 類書 (reference book) 三才圖會 "Illustrated Book of the Tree Realm" by Wang Qi 王圻 (1530-1615), the complete work is divided into 96 subject categories and subcategories with about 7,900 individual entries. This frequently referenced encyclopaedia, of which this volume is just one part, describes and illustrates a very wide range of topics of Japanese and Chinese interest. This encyclopaedia was reprinted many times over the years including through to the present day.As the title 倭漢三才圖會 suggests, the work was written in two languages - 倭 [Wa] meaning Japanese and 漢 [Kan] Chinese. The text is written in classical Chinese with Japanese reading marks, together with some terms in Japanese.This group of three volumes focus on the geography of China. As Terajima mentioned in the preface of volume 62, he included the fifteen Chinese administrative regions according to Ming Dynasty standards. The three books go into the detail about the historical development of the 15 provinces, famous people who were born in that region, culture and customs of the province, and special things produced or handcrafted in the region, etc. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 159538).

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         In Omnes C Plinii secundi naturalis historiae argutissimi Scriptoris libros, Stephani Aquaei Bituricensis, vire Equestiis, commentaria

      Parigi, apud Galliotum Pratensem, 1530, in folio (cm. 33 x 22,5) legatura recente in piena pelle (conservata parte dei piatti originali) tassello dorato al dorso, tagli rossi, cc. (16)-CCCLX con frontespizio inciso e titoli a due colori, con centinaia di graziosi capolettera xilografici figurati nel testo. Restauri al frontespizio ed alle pagine finali, numerose fioriture, qualche foro di tarlo sempre marginale, qualche antica gora. Diverse pagine, nella parte finale del volume, con forti restauri prevalentemente ai margini, causati da antica umiditˆ. Copia certamente vissuta e restaurata che non ha perso il suo fascino.

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         La Historia que escrivió en latín el poeta Lucano: trasladada en castellano por Martin Lasso de Oropesa, secretario de la excellente señora marquesa del Zenete, condesa de Nassou. Con privilegio que ninguno otro la imprima ni venda.

      Sans lieu, ni nom d'imprimeur ni date (Anvers?, c.1530). - in-folio. 8ff. 225pp. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs, plats ornés d'un encadrement à froid (Reliure moderne dans le goût de l'époque). Rarissime Edition Originale en Espagnol de la célèbre "Pharsale" du poète et historien Lucain (39-65), neveu de Sénèque et né comme lui à Cordoue. Cette traduction en prose, due à Martín Lasso de Oropesa, demeura jusqu'en 1684 la seule version espagnole de Lucain et elle fut réimprimée à diverses reprises dans le cours du 16e siècle. "Lucain se place dans la lignée des écrivains espagnols de Rome. D'une œuvre abondante, voire considérable, touchant les genres les plus divers, poèmes de fantaisie, tragédie, ballets-pantomimes., il ne reste qu'une épopée en dix chants, La Pharsale, récit de la guerre civile menée entre César et Pompée" (Encyclopædia Universalis). Exemplaire lavé, un peu court de marges avec quelques réparations marginales, taches et traces d'humidité. Il porte diverses marques d'appartenance anciennes: l'ex-libris manuscrit de Alonso del Rincón, avec quelques lignes autographes de sa belle écriture humanistique dans le corps de l'ouvrage; l'ex-libris manuscrit d'un docteur daté de 1600; et enfin celui d'un certain Bartolomé de Cardenas. Palau, 143291: "Primera edición castellana. Es en prosa y se supone impresa en Flandes hacia 1530. Ha figurado en antiguos catalogos madrileños pero actualmente es rara. Existe en el Museo Británico". Catalogue des livres de Laserna-Santander, 2987: "Edition très rare". Gallardo, no. 2617. Heredia, no. 1550. Morante, Cat., 4409. Peeters-Fontainas, Impressions, I, no. 728. Penney, p. 319. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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         Antique Master Print-LANDSKNECHT-SOLDIER-Solis-ca. 1530-1540

      - Antique print, titled: 'Ich bleib pei dem geschucz', Standing Landsknecht with an axe. Engraving, on laid paper. Description: From a series of soldiers. State: only state. Ref: Hollstein 134, Bartsch 273-293. Artists and Engravers: Made by V. Solis after own design. Virgil Solis (1514-1562) was active in Nurnberg as an engraver. He specialized. Like many of his contemporary German printmakers in small, but highly finished engravings. Condition: Very good, margins on two sides. Surface slightly soiled. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: R1-075 RCTPC The overall size is ca. 2.4 x 3.1 inch. The image size is ca. 2 x 3.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 6.2 x 7.9 cm. The image size is ca. 5 x 7.9 cm.

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         In Omnes C. Plinii secundi naturalis historiae argutissimi Scriptoris libros, Stephani Aquaei Bituricensis, vire Equestiis, commentaria.

      1530 - Parigi, apud Galliotum Pratensem, 1530, in folio (cm. 33 x 22,5) legatura recente in piena pelle (conservata parte dei piatti originali) tassello dorato al dorso, tagli rossi, cc. (16)-CCCLX con frontespizio inciso e titoli a due colori, con centinaia di graziosi capolettera xilografici figurati nel testo. Restauri al frontespizio ed alle pagine finali, numerose fioriture, qualche foro di tarlo sempre marginale, qualche antica gora. Diverse pagine, nella parte finale del volume, con forti restauri prevalentemente ai margini, causati da antica umidità. Copia certamente vissuta e restaurata che non ha perso il suo fascino.

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         Divi Avrelii Avgvstini Hipponensis Episcopi Meditationum sive Precationum secretarum libellus, planè piissimus. Hunc alij Anselmo Cantuariensi Archiepiscopo ascribunt Beigebunden: Divi Avrelii Avgvstini Hipponensis Episcopi Soliloqvia, in dei tum cognitionem, tum amorem saluberrime introducentia. Coloniae: Drucker Johann Soter, 1530. 86 S. + 1 handgeschriebene Seite. Außerdem: schöne handschriftliche Oratio schwarz/rot, ca. 30 Blätter.

      Anselm Coloniae Drucker: Johann Soter 1530 16°, 94 S. Auf Vorsatz handschriftlich: Picked up in Baron Schaesbergs chateau Marienberg Germany Pergament gering verzogen, handschriftliche Eintragungen, auf Titelseite wurde Jahreszahl handschriftlich verändert, altersgemäß guter Zustand Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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         Antique Master Print-ALLEGORY-JUSTITIA-JUSTICE-SCALES-SWORD-Van Leyden-1530

      - Antique Master Print, titled: 'Justitia' - Allegory of Justice. Engraving on laid paper paper. Watermark: Gothic P Description: Source unknown, to be determined. State: First state of 3. Ref: New Hollstein 131/Bartsch 131 Very good early lifetime impression!Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Lucas van Leyden' after own design. Lucas van Leyden (1494 - 1533), also named either Lucas Hugensz or Lucas Jacobsz, a Dutch engraver and painter, born and mainly active in Leiden. Lucas van Leyden was among the first Dutch exponents of genre painting and is generally regarded as one of the finest engravers in the history of art. Condition: Excellent, given age. Thread margins. Attached to Japanese paper in a museum-like manner for ease of handling. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCLA-Expo-P2-27 The overall size is ca. 4.3 x 6.6 inch. The image size is ca. 4.3 x 6.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 11 x 16.7 cm. The image size is ca. 10.8 x 16.5 cm.

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         Elogia veris clarorum virorum imaginibus apposita. Quae in Musaeo Ioviano Comi spectantur. Addita in calce operis Adriani Pont. vita. Venetiis, apud Michaelem Tramezinum, 1546. [Legato con:] NAUGERIUS A. Orationes duae, carminaque nonnulla. Impressum Venetiis amicorum cura [.] Praelo Ioan. Tacuini, 1530.

      - Due opere legate in un vol., in-4 antico, piena perg. seicentesca, mancante di un lembo di pergamena all'angolo del piatto posteriore. cc. [4], 102, [3] - [2], XLI. Con due belle marche tipografiche in xilografia ai frontespizi. Manca l'ultima carta (contenente la sola marca tipografica) agli Elogi del Giovio. Qualche erosione alla perg. dei piatti. Rari e leggeri aloni marginali. Buon esemplare. Edizione originale degli Elogi del Giovio. Edizione originale delle Orazioni del Naugerius, Brunet, IV, 23. Nota manoscritta datata 1712 al verso dell'ultima carta della seconda opera. Censurato, ma leggibile, il nome di Erasmo da Rotterdam, alla pagina 59. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Super feudis. Subtilissimi iurium Cesarei necnon pontificij enucleatoris domini Jacobi Alvaroti in libro feudorum clarissima lectura nodosas quasque difficultates haud penitendi viri ac doctoris eximij Oberti de Horto eiusdem libri autoris hactenus pre sui obscuritate nimia plerosque a lectione deterrentes ingeniosissime explanans. Cui novissime summaria notabiles materias sub breuiloquio amplectentia, repertorio alphabetico ordine distincto quo quid optes facilius reperias non omisso, subiecimus.[Lugduni, Vincentius de Portinariis; al colophon: Joannes de Cambray alias Moylim, 1530].

      [Lugduni, Vincentius de Portinariis; al colophon: Joannes de Cambray alias Moylim 1530 - Cm. 40, cc. clx (10). Magnifico frontespizio in rosso e nero con dati tipografici e marca tipografica Portinari entro splendida cornice architettonica, graziosi capilettera xil., testo in semi-gotico. Legatura coeva in pergamena con dorso e doppio tassello rifatti nella prima metà dell'Ottocento. Antico restauro all'angolo dell'ultima carta d'indice con lesione di testo, sporadici lavori di tarlo al margine bianco con interessamento di alcune lettere delle note a margine, qualche marginale alone limitato a poche carte. Esemplare nel complesso più che discreto. Iacopo Alvarotti il Vecchio (1385-1453), giureconsulto padovano ,fu professore sempre a Padova e autore di una raccolta di consilia oltre a questi celebri commentari Super feudis che furono stampati dagli anni Settanta del Quattrocento fino alla fine del Cinquecento. Rarissima edizione Portinari. Cfr. Iccu; Kvk; non in Sapori. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Il Philocolo... novamente corretto. MDXXX

      (at the end:) Stampato nella inclita Citta di Vinegia, appresso Santo Moyse...per Francesco di Alessandro Bindoni et Mapheo Pasyni compagni,1530. 8vo (mm 163x105) ff. 360, in a superb Bolognese binding in the style of the "Pflug e Ebeleben" atelier in light cream calf, entirely gilt with arabesque and interlaced decoration. Title on front cover, author's name on back cover, 20th-century brown cloth folding case. Title within fine woodcut border, small device on last page, nice edition of Boccaccio's most extended prose work, a version of the Flor and Blanchefleur. Some light waterstains.. For the binding, cfr De Marinis II, 311-1320-1327-1337. Sotheby"s June 1965, J.R. Abbey, Lot 584..

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         Historia Mundi, denuo sic emendata, ut in superiori aeditione, quae tamen fuit accuratissima, prae hac dormitatum uideri possit. In illa longo interuallo uiceramus caeteros, in hac longiore uicimus nos ipsos, potissimum adiuti tribus optimae fidei peruetustis exemplaribus, tum opera cuiusdam eruditi / qui sibi sumpserat hanc prouinciam, nonnihil etiam Beati Rhenani doctissimis annotationibus, quas utinam absoluisset ... Adiunctus est index copiosissimus

      In Officina Frobeniana, 1530. In-folio (340x230mm), pp. (36), 672, cc. (87) di indice tetracolonne, legatura seicentesca in p. pelle marmorizzata con dorso a 6 nervi decorati in oro adorno di titolo in oro su tassello, filetti e ricchi decori floreali entro scomparti, il tutto impresso in oro. Tagli rossi. Impresa tipografica al titolo (ripetuta al verso dell'ultima c.). Antiche note di possesso al titolo, di cui una rinascimentale ("Est Antonij Stephani.. Doct. Vesontini"). Qualche lieve e sporadica macchia d'inchiostro. Strappi marginali ininfluenti alle pp. 177 e 359. Ottima copia. Prima edizione frobeniana, con le annotazioni del Beato Renano, dell'"Historia Naturalis" di Plinio il Vecchio (Como, 23 d.C.-odierna Castellammare di Stabia, 79 d.C.), la più estesa ed importante trattazione lasciataci dall'antichità in merito di scienze naturali, autentica enciclopedia del suo tempo. Adams, P-1561. Brunet, IV, 716 (ed. 1545). VD 16, P3534. Latino

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         Vermanu(n)g an die geistlichen versamlet auff dem Reichstag zu Augsburg.

      Nürnberg, Georg Wachter 1530. Titel mit breiter Holzschnitt-Bordüre. 24 Bll. Rückenbroschr. 4°. VD 16, L 6918. Benzing 2783. Die vierte Ausgabe im Jahr des Erstdrucks, die zweite Nürnberger und erste bei Wachter. Die Vermahnung richtet sich an die geistlichen Teilnehmer des Augsburger Reichstages, dem Luther als Geächteter fernbleiben musste. Der Traktat enthält eine Zusammenfassung der Kritik an der Papstkirche und eine umfangreiche Gegendarstellung, wie die Kirche nach Luthers Auffassung aussehen müsse. Die Schrift wurde sofort von Karl V. verboten. Dennoch wurde die in 500 Exemplaren gedruckte erste Ausgabe in Augsburg verkauft und war sofort vergriffen, worauf es zunächst in Breslau bei Adam Dyon, dann in Nürnberg bei Georg Rottmaier und schließlich bei Georg Wachter zu Nachdrucken kam. Weitere Drucke folgten, so dass insgesamt elf Drucke und Druckvarianten nachweisbar sind. Die prachtvolle Titelbordüre gehört zur Gruppe der Puttenbordüren, auf denen zahlreiche große Putten meist in architektonischem oder linearen Rahmen den Titel umspielen (vgl. Johannes Luther Tafeln 24, 73 und 103): in der vierteiligen Bordüre turnen sieben Knäblein in einem üppigen Rosengeflecht mit Dornenranken und prallen Blüten herum, sie brechen die Rosen und werden gestochen, sie tragen Panzerhemd und Körbchen, in denen sie Rosenblüten sammeln. - Tls. gebräunt bzw. fleckig, durchgehend am Innensteg feuchtfleckig. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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         Chronica der Alten Christlichen Kirchen. - sampt andern trefflichen Geschiechten die zuvor in Teudtscher sprach wenig gelesen (ua.die letzte und brutalste Welle der römischen Christenverfolgung)

      Chronica der Alten Christlichen Kirchen von Eusebius Caesarensis + Socrates, Scholasticus Salaminius Hermias Sozomenus Theodoretus, Cyrrhensis Caspar Hedio Kein trockenes Kirchenbuch, sondern ein sehr Interessantes Geschichtswerk, dass ua. die Entstehung des Frühchristentums behandelt. Eusebius von Caesarea war ein spätantiker christlicher Theologe und Geschichtsschreiber und Zeitzeuge von Kaiser Diokletian, verantwortlich für die letzte und brutalste Welle der römischen Christenverfolgung. Hystoria ecclesiastica Eusebij Pamphili Caesariensis xj. Bücher. Hystoria Ecclesiastica Tripartita, Sozomeni, Socratis, vnd Theodoreti xij. Bücher. Hystoria Ecclesiastica, sampt andern trefflichen Geschiechten die zuvor in Teudtscher sprach wenig gelesen sind auch xij. Bücher. Von der zeyt an, da die Hystorj Ecclesiastica Tripartita auff höret, das ist, von der Jarzal an CCCC. nach Christi geburt, biß auff das Jar M. D. xlv. Durch Caspar Hedion verteüdtscht, zusamen getragen und geordnet. Fol. Mit Holzschnitt-Titeleinfassung und Textholzschnitt. 10 nn., 485 (recte 450) num., 8 nn. Bl. Blindgepr. Leder auf Holzdeckel d. Zt. ohne Schließen. STC 386. VD 16 E 4287 und ZV 21661. Ritter, Catalogue, 1175. Muller 288, 211. Nicht bei Adams. - Eine von drei im selben Jahr in Straßburg erschienenen Ausgaben. - Bedeutend erweiterte Fassung der erstmals 1530 erschienenen Kirchenchronik, welche sich im wesentlichen auf die Werke von Eusebius, Sozomenos und Theodoret stützt und von Hedio bis auf das Jahr 1545 fortgeführt wurde. - Die ausgesprochen reformatorische Tendenz machte Hedio zum ersten protestantischen Kirchenhistoriker. Sehr guter fester Zustand, nur oben durchgehender kleiner Wasserrand Kräftiges Papier. Deutschland kostenloser Versand

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         Practica Baldi. Perutilis ac vere aurea practica iuris.Venudantur Lugduni, a Jacobo Giunti in vico Mercuriali , 1530.

      Venudantur Lugduni, a Jacobo Giunti in vico Mercuriali 1530 - Unito a: LANFRANCUS DE ORIANO. Practica Lanfranci. Aurea et excellentes iudicibus advocatis/notariis/praticisque omnibus. Venudantur Lugduni a Jacobo Giunti in vico Mercuriali, 1534. Cc. (12) cxii (1). Due opere in un volume di cm. 17,5. Splendidi frontespizio bicromi con cornice xil. a circondare i dati tipografici; numerosi capilettera ornati. Testo in elegante carattere semi-gotico impresso su doppia colonna. Ottima legatura in perg. antica (posteriore) rigida con dorso a tre nervi. Lieve alone, più marcato nelle cc. iniziali, segno di tarlo limitato all'angolo alto delle cc. centrali, lievi bruniture, tipiche della carta lionese del tempo. Buon esemplare. 1) La prima opera, stampata e attribuita a Baldo degli Ubaldi a partire dal primo decennio del XVI secolo, non è in realtà di mano baldiana. La falsificazione editoriale fu posta in essere dal celeberrimo Celse Hugues Descousu (1480 ca. - 1540), canonista e artefice di numerose iniziative editoriali condotte all'insegna della mistificazione (si veda a questo proposito l'interessante saggio di Domenico Maffei, Giuristi medievali e falsificazioni editoriali del primo Cinquecento). Dopo gli anni Venti del Cinquecento, il titolo Practica Baldi fu comunemente adottato per tutte le edizioni di questo testo. 2) Lanfranco Oriano (1398-1488), celebre giureconsulto e commentatore bresciano, insegnò diritto civile a Padova. Fu autore di varie repetitiones utriusque juris e di un trattato De Probationibus, stampato appunto anche col titolo di Practica Iudiciaria, opera che godette di grande fortuna ed autorevolezza in ambienti giudiziari e notarili. Entrambe le edizione rare e ricercate. Cfr. Kvk; non in Sapori. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Luther, Martin. Der Hundert und eilffte Psalm

      H. Weiss, Wittenberg 1530 - First printing of the first edition of Martin Luther's commentary on the 111th Psalm, with a beautiful hand-colored woodcut title page comprising columns and an arched centerpiece with angels and candelabra and Adam and Eve on the pedestals. 64pp, and colophon. Bond in modern paper covered boards wtih 19th Century red leather label on spine. A wonderfully sound copy, near fine. Most scarce. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Historien Der Königreich Hispannien, Portugal und Aphrica, darauß dann zu sehen, in welcher Zeit sonderlich Portugal seinen Anfang genommen, von weme dasselbe zum Königreich erhaben, was dieselbigen Könige für Krieg und Gewerb zu Wasser unnd Land geführt. Dt. EA (übersetzt von Albrecht Fürst).

      27 Bl., fol. 126 (recte 217), 1 Bl.. Mit Holzschnitttafel (4 Porträts von Königen), einem großen Holzschnitt einer Hinrichtung, einer ganzseitigen Holzschnitt-Schlußvignette und Holzschnitt-Initialen Titelei in Rot und Schwarz 4 (29 x 19,7 cm). Moderner Lederband im Stil d. Z. mit Rückenschild, Blindprägungen von Fileten, Eckfleuros und zentralen Arabesken auf den Deckeln. Es fehlen die Tafel einer Seeschacht und die Karte. Einband min. berieben und am Rücken sehr schwach verblaßt Vorsätze erneuert auf vorderem Innenspiegel Reste des alten mit zeitgenössischen Glossen von 2 Händen erste Bl. mit Randläsuren (Titelei und Folgeblatt hinterlegt) stellenweise wasserfleckig und mit Wurmlöchern (mit geringem Buchstabenverlust) etwas fleckig und gebräunt fol. 38 und 185 mit kleinerem, fol. 124 mit größerem Einriss. Trotz der Mängel immer noch beeindruckendes Exemplar. Der Verfasser ist nicht zu verwechseln mit Jean de Silva, "comte de Portalegre, qui accompagna don Sébastien en Afrique ... et qui, dans cet écrit, a pris le masque de J. de Franchi" (Brunet II, 217, auch Palau II, 264)) es handelt sich um den Genueser Aristokraten und Kaufmann Conestaggio (Hier. de Franchi, 1530 - c. 1616 vgl. auch Jöcher I, 2046), der 1585 seine Darstellung des portugisischen Erbfolgekrieges von 1580 "Dell unione del regno di Portogallo alla Corona die Castiglia" herausbringt, welcher mit der Annexion Portugals durch Spanien endete. VD16 G4701.

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         Der Schwangerenn frawen und Hebammen Rosengarten

      Heinrich Steiner, Augsburg 1530 - 4to (190 x 143 mm). 47 unnumbered leaves, lacking final blank only. Collation: A-M4 (-M4). Title with large woodcut, several woodcut illustrations in text. Colophon on M3v: "Augsburg durch Heinrich Stayner am vi Julii. im M.D. und xxx Jar." Bound in 18th century half calf over marbled boards (corners heavily scuffed, extremities worn, boards heavily rubbed). Title page with later ink inscription at the place of an erased stamp, one repaired leaf with loss of a few letters at lower corner. Text little browned throughout and with occasional waterstaining and spotting. ---- VERY RARE EARLY EDITION of Rösslins' book on midwifery. According to COPAC with no copy in public libraries in the USA and only two copies outside Germany (Utrecht and Poland). No copy of this edition is recorded at auction in the past 50 years. Roesslin's book is based on the manuscripts of Soranus of Ephesus who wrote in the second century AD and the c. sixth-century Moschion Codex in the Royal Library at Brussels. In all probability Roesslin got his inspiration for the illustrations of the fetus in utero from the Heidelberg Codex in the Vatican Library. Martin Flach had them cut in wood by the noted Formschneider Erhard Schön and they continued to be used by Roesslin's successors until the 18th century. The twenty woodcuts in the text present for the first time illustrations of positions of the fetus in utero, a birth chair, and twins, including Siamese twins. The figures of the fetus were derived from those found in the manuscripts by Soranus and Moschion. For almost 200 years, these woodcuts were reprinted in editions of Roesslin's work or copied in the works of later writers, including Jacques Guillemeau and Jacob Rueff. Eucharius Roesslin was an apothecary of Freiburg im Breisgau in 1493. In 1506 he became physician to the city of Frankfurt am Main, and in 1508 he entered service at the court of Katherine. When he published the first edition of his Rosengarten, Roesslin had become town physician and a supervisor of midwives in Worms. In 1517, he returned to Frankfurt holding the post of town physician until his death in 1526. His son Eucharius the jounger, who published the first Latin translation of the Rosengarten in 1532, succeeded him as town physician of Frankfurt. (Norman, p.51). - Visit our website for additional images and information. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         De medicis et infirmis collectanae in ordinem centiloquii congesta. Insuper in vigintiocto mansiones Lunae, deq(ue) impedimentis eiusdem generalibus, Ioannis Schoneri

      Georgii Vuachter, Nurnberg 1530 - Published March, 1530. First edition of this collection of medical aphorisms by Jeronimo de Manfredi (died 1493), the author of the "De Homine" which was first published in 1474. These aphorisms on medical practice, here edited for the first time by the great astronomer and cosmographer Johann Schöner, seem to have been chosen by him for their astrological interest, and Schoner has added a few pages of his own observations on the moon. Thorndike adds that though Schoner lacked a medical degree, he was busy at this time publishing medical works for the German public that were highly influenced by astrological based medicine. 8vo (15 x 10.5cm), 23 leaves + blank. Title-page shaved at edge with slight loss of wood-cut border, some instances of staining throughout. Bound in modern boards. Rare. [VD 16, M 565; Zinner 4010; Durling 2924; Wellcome I, 4010; Hirsch-H. IV, 55; Waller 6211; not in Adams.]

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         Opera Omnia]

      Paris, Simon de Colines 1530 - Paris, Simon de Colins, 1530-1546 Veau fauve de l’époque, triples filets à froid d’encadrement avec petits fers centraux et en écoinçon (dos restaurés). Les Oeuvres complètes de Galien imprimées par Simon de Coline Mise en recueil constituée à l'époque Un ensemble absolument exceptionnel contenant Volume 1 (4 textes) De crisibus libri tres, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1530. In-folio de 65 et (3) pages [dernier feuillet blanc] Edition de Niccolò Leoniceno ; De crisibus libri tres, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1530. In-folio de 65 et (3) pages [dernier feuillet blanc] Edition de Niccolò Leoniceno [ce titre est en double relié à le suite] ; In librum Hippocratis De victus ratione in morbis acutis, commentarii quatuor, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1531. In-folio de (20), 90 et (2) pages. Edition de Johannes Vassaeus ; Varia Claudii Galeni Pergameni medicorum principis opera, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1534. In-folio de (12), 329 et (1) pages [saut de pagination, sans manque, entre 283 et 286, et feuillet X4 relié avant X3]. Edition de Johann Winter von Andernach. Quelques notes marginales de l’époque. Volume 2 (5 textes) De causis respirationis libellus. De usu respirationus liber unus. De spirandi difficultate libri tres, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1533. In-folio de (12) et 76 pages [feuillet b4 relié avant b3]. Edition de Johannes Vassaeus ; De antidotis libri duo [.] De remediis paratu facilibus liber unus, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1533. In-folio de (14), 3-94 et (2) pages [dernier feuillet blanc] Edition de Johann Winter von Andernach ; De Anatomicis administrationibus libri novem, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1531. In-folio de (12), 129 et (1) pages [saut de pagination entre les pages 46 et 49, sans manque] Edition de Johann Winter von Andernach ; Opera diversa, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1536. In-folio de (12) [dernier feuillet blanc et 172 pages [feuillet a5 relié avant a4]. Edition de Johann Winter von Andernach ; De simplicium medicamentorum facultatibus libri undecim, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1545. In-folio de (12), 265 et (1) pages. Edition de Theodoricus Gerardus. Quelques notes marginales. Auréoles d’humidité prononcées en fin de volume. Volume 3 (3 textes) De sanitate tuenda libri sex, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1530. In-folio de (8), 61 et (1) feuillets [dernier blanc] Edition de Thomas Linacre ; Opuscula aliquot, quorum sequentis paginae index te admonebit, Paris, Simon de Coline, 1546. In-folio de 304 pages ; Methodus medendi, vel de morbis curandis libri quatuordecim, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1530. In-folio de (44), 283 et (1) pages. Edition de Thomas Linacre. Annotations marginales sur l’ensemble du volume. Auréoles d’humidité marginales en fin de volume. Volume 4 (5 textes) In Hippocratis prophetici librum primum commentarium libri tres, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1535. In-folio de (8), 63 et (1) pages. Edition de Johannes Vassaeus ; De compositione medicamentarum kata genē, libri septem, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1530. In-folio de (28), 219 et (1) pages [feuillets b1 et b8 volants et rapportés d’un autre exemplaire plus court de marges] . Edition de Johann Winter von Andernach ; Affectorum locorum notitia, libri sex, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1539. In-folio de 150 et (10). Edition de Guilielmus Copus ; Hippocratis aphorismi, cum Galeni commentariis [.] Hippocratis praedictiones, cum Galeni etiam commentariis [.] Ad graecum codicem summa deligentia recognita, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1532. In-folio de (12), 174 pages et (2) pages. Edition de Niccolò Leoniceno pour les Aphorismes et de Lorenzo Laurenziani pour les Prédictions ; De pulsibus, Paris, Simon de Colines, 1532. In-folio de (16), 147 et (1) pages, puis 133 et (1) pages [manque certainement un dernier feuillet blanc]. Edition d’Hermann Cruser. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Conciliorum quatuor Generalium : Niceni, Constantinapolitani, ephesini et Calcedonensis - Tomus Secundus : Aliorum aliquot Conciliorum Generalium

      Pierre Quentell, Coloniae (Cologne) 1530 - Petit in-folio, reliure de vélin, plats recouverts de feuillets d'antiphonaire, page de titre imprimée en noir et rouge, belle gravure sur bois, à la fin de la première partie représentant l'Empereur Charles IV sur le trône avec les insignes du pouvoir. Belles lettrines gravées sur bois. Ex-libris manuscrit au titre du couvent de la sainte-Croix (?) à Bologne et à la fin de celui de Saint Dominique également à Bologne. 3600g.

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         Divi Avrelii Avgvstini Hipponensis Episcopi Meditationum sive Precationum secretarum libellus, planè piissimus. Hunc alij Anselmo Cantuariensi Archiepiscopo ascribunt.

      Beigebunden: Divi Avrelii Avgvstini Hipponensis Episcopi Soliloqvia, in dei tum cognitionem, tum amorem saluberrime introducentia. Coloniae: Drucker Johann Soter, 1530. 86 S. + 1 handgeschriebene Seite. Außerdem: schöne handschriftliche Oratio schwarz/rot, ca. 30 Blätter. Anselm Canterbury, Erzbischof, Heiliger Auf Vorsatz handschriftlich: Picked up in Baron Schaesbergs chateau Marienberg Germany

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         Sultan Soliman. Suleyman ain Kaiser der Tirckei.

      [Augsburg, ca. 1530]. - Portrait etched in iron. 152 × 217 mm. Mounted on backing paper. Bust-length etched portrait of Suleiman the Magnificent, shown in profile to right. Signed in the plate at centre left: "I.H.", Arabic lettering at centre right. Lettered in lower margin: "Umb unser und unserer vetter sind [.] Es wirt eylentz kumen der zersterer über euch, Hieremie VI". Suleiman, the tenth and longest-reigning sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1520 to his death in 1566, was a prominent monarch of 16th century Europe, presiding over the apex of the Ottoman Empire's economic, military and political power. He annexed much of the Middle East in his conflict with the Safavids and large areas of North Africa as far west as Algeria. Under his rule, the Ottoman fleet dominated the seas from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea and through the Arabian Gulf. - Minute glue traces at upper left, but a fine print. Hollstein 62 I (of II). Bartsch VIII.520.57. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         Middle English translation of John Bradmore d 1412 Philomena

      Includes the famous account of how he saved the life of the young Prince of Wales   [England, doubtless London, c.1530-35]  

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         Bekandtnuss vom hayligen Sacrament deß Leybs unnd Blüts Christi / auff frag und anntwurt gestellet.

      ohne Verlag (Silvan Otmar), Ohne Ort (Augsburg) 1530 - 8vo. (ca. 19 x 16 cm). Moderner Halbpergamentband mit Inkunabelpapier-Bezug, 14 n.n. Bll. (das letzte weiß). Datierung am Schluß: "Geendet auff den Fünfften tag May. M.D.XXX.". VD 16: S 4879. Pegg 3651. Schottenloher, Bibliogr. z. dtsch. Geschichte II, 19638. Nicht bei Adams und Knaake. Zweite Ausgabe (urspr. Quartformat), im Jahr der ersten erschienen. Eine der frühen Schriften Schwenckfelds (1489-1561) in der Auseinandersetzung um die Abendmahlslehre, in Straßburg verfaßt und vom Reformationsdrucker Otmar in Augsburg gedruckt. - Sauberes Exemplar, Titel im Bundsteg durch Anfaserungen restauriert. Innen durchgehend drei unauffällige Wurmlöcher. 310 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         De vita et moribus summorum Pontificum historia, cui aliorum omnium qui post Platinam viverunt ad haec usque tempora, Pontificum res gestae sunt additae : insertique sunt canones institutorum coenobitarum qui maximopere desiderabantur, adjecta etiam pontificum nomenclatura.

      [Paris], Joannis Parvi, 1530, plein vélin moderne, genre ancien. -Petites mouillures lég. dans les marges d'une cinquantaine de ff. -Très bon exemplaire. - in-8 de CCCLXVIII ff.-(8) pp. (Tabula) ; Marque de Jean Petit et encadrement à décor architectonique sur la page de titre.Moreau, Inventaire chronologique des éditions parisiennes du XVIe siècle 2246 ; Adams P : 1417 ; Brunet IV-692.Première histoire des papes rédigée, entre 1471 et 1475, par l'humaniste lombard Bartolomeo Sacchi (1421-1481) sur l'ordre du pape Sixte IV. Elle fut publiée pour la première fois à Venise en 1479."Les vies des papes de Platine sont écrites avec élégance, et elles renferment certaines particularités assez remarquables ; aussi ont-elles eu une grande vogue pendant près de deux siècles et on en compte un grand nombre d'éditions. "(Brunet).Platine fut désigné en 1478, par Sixte IV, pour diriger la bibliothèque vaticane.

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         ILLUMINATED INITIAL OF SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST

      ILLUMINATED INITIAL OF SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST Saint John the Baptist shown holding a lamb to symbolise his recognition of Jesus as the Son of God. When John baptised Jesus in the River Jordan he said 'Behold, the Lamb of God' (John 1: 36). The miniature is painted in full colour to inhabit a gilded initial "D" on vellum , clipped from a larger Antiphoner leaf. The miniature measures almost 10.5 cm square and is in near Fine condition, with minor loss of gilding to the top of the letter and small loss of paint to the head of the saint. A striking miniature , approaching 500 years old.

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         Vermanu(n)g an die geistlichen versamlet auff dem Reichstag zu Augsburg.

      Nürnberg, Georg Wachter 1530.. Titel mit breiter Holzschnitt-Bordüre. 24 Bll. Rückenbroschr. 4°. VD 16, L 6918. Benzing 2783. Die vierte Ausgabe im Jahr des Erstdrucks, die zweite Nürnberger und erste bei Wachter. Die Vermahnung richtet sich an die geistlichen Teilnehmer des Augsburger Reichstages, dem Luther als Geächteter fernbleiben musste. Der Traktat enthält eine Zusammenfassung der Kritik an der Papstkirche und eine umfangreiche Gegendarstellung, wie die Kirche nach Luthers Auffassung aussehen müsse. Die Schrift wurde sofort von Karl V. verboten. Dennoch wurde die in 500 Exemplaren gedruckte erste Ausgabe in Augsburg verkauft und war sofort vergriffen, worauf es zunächst in Breslau bei Adam Dyon, dann in Nürnberg bei Georg Rottmaier und schließlich bei Georg Wachter zu Nachdrucken kam. Weitere Drucke folgten, so dass insgesamt elf Drucke und Druckvarianten nachweisbar sind. Die prachtvolle Titelbordüre gehört zur Gruppe der Puttenbordüren, auf denen zahlreiche große Putten meist in architektonischem oder linearen Rahmen den Titel umspielen (vgl. Johannes Luther Tafeln 24, 73 und 103): in der vierteiligen Bordüre turnen sieben Knäblein in einem üppigen Rosengeflecht mit Dornenranken und prallen Blüten herum, sie brechen die Rosen und werden gestochen, sie tragen Panzerhemd und Körbchen, in denen sie Rosenblüten sammeln. - Tls. gebräunt bzw. fleckig, durchgehend am Innensteg feuchtfleckig.

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         L'ultima cena

      1530 - Bulino, privo di dati editoriali. Da un soggetto di Raffaello Sanzio. L'opera è una derivazione dell'incisione di Marcantonio (Bartsch 26) rispetto alla quale si segnala per la mancanza della finestra sullo sfondo. Non descritta. Engraving, without printing details. After Raphael. This wiork is ia derivation of the engraving by Marcantonio Raimondi (Bartsch 26, circa 1516). The main difference is the absence of the window in the background. Undescribed. Dimensioni 153 118mm

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         Autograph letter signed ("Philippus").

      [Wittenberg, 19 March] 1530. - Folio. 1 p. With autogr. address and traces of seal. To Johannes Weber, priest in Neustadt an der Orla, praising him for a decision in a matter of matrimony and giving him further advice: the marriage of Georg Jüngkling and Else Moser is declared invalid; Jüngkling must separate from her as long as the fate of her first husband remains uncertain. However, for the time being he must not remarry, and the marriage will become valid if it is proved that the first husband is dead: "S[alutem] D[ico] | Bene facis, quod con[s]tanter attingis controversias matrimoniales. De negocio d. georgii sic sencio[:] Quod illud matrimonium contractum, cum mulier incerta esset de vita, ac voluntate viri prioris, qui ipsa consenciente abiit, sit irritum. Est igitur liber georgius. Sed movet me scandali racio, ne statim concedam ei ducere aliam uxorem. Agendum prius est per magistratus, cum illa muliere, aut per nos cum amicis mulieris, ut res exploretur de vita prioris mariti certo. Si ipsa mulier volet abire ad priorem maritum, non detineas eam, quia hoc secundum coniugium non est iure contractum. Habes meam sentenciam, quam te rogo, ut ita modereris, ne plus offensionum ex hac re oriatur [.] Prohibebis etiam, ne georgius et illa mulier, re inexplorata, redeant ad se mutuo. Sed si consentit virum esse mortuum, scandali caussa, velim georgium hanc mulierem re[tin]ere". - The background is explored in Luthers Briefwechsel, vol. V, note to no. 1494: Else Moser had been married to the gunsmith Hieronymus Malter, who had fought in the service of King Louis of Hungary and had been taken prisoner at the Battle of Mohács in 1526. A letter written by Malter, requesting his wife to visit him in Hungary, where he was being held prisoner of war, arrived only in 1529, shortly after she had remarried. Thus, it had to be determined whether or not the first husband was still alive. - Slightly dust-soiled and some edge damage; slight tears to folds remargined. Melanchthons Briefwechsel (ed. H. Scheible), vol. IV (Stuttgart 2007), p. 878.

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         Cristo tra i dottori

      1530 - Bulino, circa 1530, monogrammato in lastra in alto al centro. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non meglio identificata, rifilata al rame, strappo di carta perfettamente restaurato in alto visibile al solo verso, tracce di inchiostro antico in alto, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rarissima opera. Engraving, 1530 approximately, signed with monogram on upper centre. Excellent work, printed on contemporary laid paper with unidentified watermark, trimmed to platemark, a perfectly repaired tear which can be seen only on verso, signs of ancient ink on upper part, otherwise in very good condition. A very rare work. Bibliografia: Bartsch vol. XV, pp.462, 2. Dimensioni 225x305. Dimensioni 225 305mm [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         Vue de la colonie Espagnole du Mississipi, ou des provinces de Louisiane et Floride Occidentale, en l'année 1802...Paris, Imprimerie expéditive, 1803. 8vo. With 2 folding engraved maps of the Louisiana territory by Alexandre Blondeau after Berquin-Duvallon, both coloured by hand. Modern red half morocco, richly gold-tooled spine.

      Leclerc, Bibliotheca Americana, 1038; Sabin 4962; Streeter coll. 1530; Howes 389. First and only edition in the original French, of a travel account of the territories of Louisiana and West Florida, then a French possession but administered by Spain. Pierre-Louis Berquin-Duvallon (1769-post 1814) was one of the many French plantation holders who had fled the Haitian Revolution on Saint-Domingue and settled in Louisiana. Embittered by his experience, he wrote an extremely negative report of Louisiana and its inhabitants, who had refused to admit the refugees' slaves. Nevertheless, after describing the geography and economy of the territories, Berquin-Duvallon gives a colourful account of the cities and their inhabitants, particularly of New Orleans. He found the latter to be a filthy place, unworthy to be titled a city, full of ramshackle buildings and streets that for the greater part of the year turn into open sewers. Its citizens fared no better, as he considered them to be noisy and amoral, they preferred drinking wine to conversation and only sought profit instead of education. The nightlife of New Orleans is particularly mentioned, with its gambling and endless dancing where the low orders indiscriminately mix: black and white, freeman and slave. In five specific chapters, the former plantation owner Berquin-Duvallon describes the various racial groups in the colony: white "creoles", white foreigners, freed people of colour and slaves. With some insignificant wear to the extremities of the boards and some offsetting of the colouring of the maps onto the header; a very good copy.

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         Santa Maria Maddalena

      1530 - Bulino, circa 1530/40, monogrammato in lastra in basso a sinistra. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. L’opera deriva da un disegno attribuito alla Scuola di Raffaello, di cui non si è arrivati all’attribuzione; dell’opera è conosciuto solo uno stato. Prova di grandissima qualità. Bibliografia: Bartsch, vol. XV, 13. Dimensioni 140x210 Dimensioni

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         M. Valerii Martialis Epigrammaton [Martial's Epigrams, 1530], bound with C. Valerii Catulli Veronensis [Poetry of Catullus], Alb. Tibulli equitis Romani, Sex. Aurelii Propertij Umbri, Cn. Cornelii Galli Fragmenta

      Apud Henricum Petrum Mense Augusto Excudebat Henri. LEATHER BOUND. B00JSZSO5G In Latin. Two 1530, post-incunable editions of classic Roman poetry bound together in a 4 1/8 x 6 1/4 inches tall x 2 1/2 inches thick black full leather bound volume, three raised bands and gilt-stamped purple leather label to spine, marbled endpapers, engraved Henricus Petrus printer's mark (a stone being smashed by a godlike hammer over which fire is blown by a heavenly face, a reference to Jer. 23:29) preceding and following the second work, paginated by leaf, 231 leaves and 192 leaves, respectively. A collection of classic Latin poetry in two 1530 Basel, Switzerland editions: (1) Martial's Epigrams (Apud Henricum Petrum Mense Augusto); and (2) Poetry of Catullus, Tibullus, Sextus Propertius and Cornelius Gallus (Excudebat Henricus Petrus, Mense Martiuo). Recently rebound in full leather, covering the original wood boards. A thick volume which splays open very slightly. Martial title page has two tiny holes, staining, prior owner names and other notations, some lined out. Light marginal dampstains to first 20 or so leaves. About a dozen instances of underlining or marginalia throughout the volume. Otherwise, apart from occasional foxing or light stains, a very good copy of these two scarce early imprints. Martial's Epigrams is preceded by a letter of Pliny and an introduction to the text by Ottmar Luscinius (also called Othmar or Otmar Nachtgall, 1487-1537), an Alsatian Catholic Humanist known for his Biblical commentaries. The text of the second volume is preceded by brief biographies of the four poets by Pietro Crinito (1475-1507), known as Crinitus, or Pietro Del Riccio Baldi, a Florentine humanist scholar. ~J~ The printer: Henricus Petrus (1508-1579), together with his son Sebastian Henric Petri (1546-1627) headed the printer shop of Basel, Switzerland, where they printed, among many other mainly academic works, the second edition of Nicolaus Copernicus' De Revolutionibus, in 1566. The two works for sale here were printed in 1530, the same year Petri's widowed mother married 'Cosmographia' author and cartographer Sebastian Munster. Petri went on to print most of Munster's later work. The poets: Marcus Valerius Martialis (known in English as Martial) (40 AD - between 102 and 104 AD), was a Roman poet from Hispania (the Iberian Peninsula) best known for this, his 14 books of Epigrams, published in Rome between AD 86 and 103, during the reigns of the emperors Domitian, Nerva and Trajan. In these short, witty poems he cheerfully satirizes city life and the scandalous activities of his acquaintances, and romanticizes his provincial upbringing. He wrote a total of 1,561, of which 1,235 are in elegiac couplets. He is considered to be the creator of the modern epigram. Gaius Valerius Catullus (circa 84-54 BC) was a Latin poet of the late Roman Republic who wrote in the neoteric style of poetry. His surviving works are still read widely, and continue to influence poetry and other forms of art. Albius Tibullus (circa 55 BC-19 BC) was a Latin poet and writer of elegies. His first and second books of poetry are extant; many other texts attributed to Tibullus are of questionable origins. Sextus Propertius was a Latin elegiac poet of the Augustan age. He was born around 50-45 BC in Assisium and died shortly after 15 BC. Propertius' surviving work comprises four books of Elegies. Gaius Cornelius Gallus (circa 70 BC-26 BC) was a Roman poet, orator and politician. Full Titles: (1) 'M. Valerii Martialis epigrammaton libri XIIII. : adiectum quoque est Graecarum dictionum, quibus autor utitur, interpretamentum' (Basileae : apud Henricum Petrum, mense Augusto, anno 1530) and (2) 'C. Valerii Catulli Veronensis liber I. Alb. Tibulli equitis Romani libri IIII. Sex. Aurelii Propertij Umbri Libri IIII. Cn. Cornelii Galli fragmenta' (Basileae : excudebat Henricus Petrus, mense Martio, Anno 1530) . Very Good. 1530.

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         De gli habiti antichi, et moderni di diverse parti del mondo, libri due, ..., & con discorsi da lui dichiarati.Venice, Damiano Zenaro, 1590. 8vo (19 x 12 x 4.5 cm). Title-page with an elaborately decorated woodcut scrollwork border, a divisional title with a 4-piece woodcut border, an emblematic woodcut medallion, 5 full-page woodcut views of Venice, and 413 full-page woodcut costume figures from around the world (each in a 4-piece woodcut border). Gold-tooled red goatskin morocco (Paris, ca. 1865) by the celebrated French binder C. Hardy and his partner, signed in the front turn-in "HARDY-MENNIL", each board with the crowned and supported arms of the Prince d'Essling, monogram AM (for Andr? Mass?na, Prince d'Essling), richly gold-tooled spine, gold-tooled turn-ins, double fillets on board edges, edges gilt over swirl marbling.

      Hiler, p. 873; Lipperheide Aa 33; USTC 862177; Vinet 2093; for the binder and arms: Flety, p. 89; Olivier et al., Reliures armoriées 2466 & 2467. First edition, in the original Italian, of a famous early woodcut book of ancient and modern costumes by Cesare Vecellio (ca. 1530-1600), a nephew of Titian and himself a gifted painter and ornament draughtsman. This edition shows the 420 fine woodcuts at their freshest, revealing many details of the costumes. The third edition attributes the drawing of the figures to Titian, but they are usually regarded as the work of Vecellio himself. They were cut in wood by Christoph Krieger, a Nürnberg woodblock cutter working in Venice, where he was known as Christoforo Guerra. The presswork is good, showing the woodcut illustrations and decorated initials to excellent effect. The work is divided into two "libri", the first devoted to the costumes of Europe with 349 beautiful ancient and modern figures and 5 charming views of Venice; the second devoted to costumes of Asia and Africa with 64 figures. Vecellio added explanatory text, not only for the ancient but also for the modern costumes, the first time anyone had provided this information, so that the text is also an important primary source for clothing of the period. The part on Europe includes several beautiful Russian and East European, as well as numerous Turkish/Ottoman and Greek costume figures. C. Hardy learned bookbinding under Jean-Edouard Niédrée and set up his own Paris bindery around 1850. The firm signed its bindings Hardy-Mennil from ca. 1865, but little is known about either partner. The Princes d'Essling had been Niédreé patrons and André Prosper Victor Masséna (1829-1898/99), Prince d'Essling, was also an early Hardy-Mennil patron. An anonymous writer in 1870 named Hardy-Mennil as one of the six "most celebrated French binders of modern times" and went on to single out [Marcellin I] Lortic, Hardy-Mennil and [Bernard] David, all in Paris, as standing out internationally "for delicacy and refinement of tooling" ("Book-binding", in: American bibliopolist , pp. 176-178, 220-222, 316-320, at p. 320). In very good condition. A small scrap of paper (about 14 x 35 mm) apparently fell on the type during the printing, masking a parts of a few words of text on P3. A couple endleaves nearly detached and slightly chipped, the hinges, board edges and gilt edges of the bookblock slightly worn, and with a few small spots, but the binding is otherwise fine. Beautifully bound copy of an important and extensive book of woodcut costume figures.

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         Veterinariae medicinae libri II

      Apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1530. (22 x 31,5) EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. Splendida legatura in marocchino rosso con impressioni a freddo, tagli dorati e cesellati. (16), 120 ff. Jean Ruel (1479 -1537) fu il primo a tradurre l' Ippiatrico, una raccolta di scritti di veterinaria di 17 autori greci (Absyrto, Ierode, Ippocrate, Theomnesto, Pelagonio, Anatolio, etc.). Il suo testo è preceduto da una sestina del grande umanista greco J. Lascaris, che loda le qualità di Ruel come traduttore. Quest'opera sontuosa, dedicata a Francesco I, è una delle più celebri opere di medicina veterinaria del Rinascimento. Stampata da Louis Blaudblom di Gand (che lavorò per s. Colines dal 1529 al 1536), fu composta con un nuovo tipo di carattere sulla miglior carta vergata. Brun 286; Chiodi, Storia della Veterinaria, p. 120; Mennessier de la Lance II-262; Mortimer 470; Osler 3851; Renouard 165.48

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         Bibliotheca Instituta et Collecta Primum?deinde in Epitomen redacta & novorum Librorum accessiones locupletata, iam vero postremo recognita, & in duplum post priores editiones aucta, per Josiam Simlerum?

      - Second edition of Gesner's Bibliotheca Universalis, issued for the first time with this title, and edited by the author's younger friend, Josias Simler (1530-76). Our edition has been greatly enlarged and revised; it now includes approximately 35,000 titles. "Gessner's Bibliotheca universalis is not only a bibliography in the true sense of the term, nor is it merely a more or less comprehensive description of books, listing title, place and date of publication, and publisher. What distinguishes this work over and against the later extracts (Epitomes) and makes it a unique document of the Renaissance resides in the indications relating to the work, life, and significance of the individual authors. The Bibliotheca is, e.g. in the case of Zwingli, Calvin, and Gessner himself, even today a biographical source of considerable value. Thus the Bibliotheca may be seen also as a work of universal biography, a lexicon of writers, such as had never previously existed?"-Hans Fischer, "Conrad Gesner (1516-1565) as Bibliographer and Encyclopedist" in The Library, 5th Series, Vol. XXI (1966), pp. 269-81. A nice and crisp copy. ? Besterman, The Beginnings of Systematic Bibliography, pp. 15-21. Grolier Club, Bibliography, 14-(1st ed. of 1545). Printing & the Mind of Man 73-(1st ed.). Wellisch A 16.5.a-d. Woodcut printer's device on title. 6 p.l. (last a blank), 691, [40] pp. Thick folio, cont. vellum over boards (binding a little soiled, 2nd-4th preliminary leaves with a mostly marginal stain, minor foxing). Zurich: C. Froschauer, 1574 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Concordantiae maiores Bibliae, recens, summo studio, ab innumeris erroribus uindicatae, emaculatae, & auctae. Complete

      Strassburg, Johann Schott 1530 - Pages unnumbered, app. 800 pages p. The titelleaf with a full page engraving picturing the fall of man. With old 1500 notes on titelpage, and a fine giftinscription inside frontboard 19 cent. Folio.Bound in a contemporary (1500) year beaytifull blindstamped pigskin with raised bands and wooden boards. The spine had been restored br reusing of the original binding so practically all the original binding is present. Last pages with waterstain [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Diogene

      1530 - Chiaroscuro a quattro blocchi, 1527 – 1530 circa. Da un soggetto di Parmigianino. È difficile determinare con esattezza lo stato di questo esemplare, perché il foglio ha subito restauri. Questa stampa, celebrata da Vasari come la "più bella stampa che alcuna che mai facesse Ugo" è considerata come il capolavoro di Ugo da Carpi, e una delle più note stampe del XVI secolo. Il filosofo cinico Diogene appare, in questa raffigurazione molto teatrale, simile al dio Poseidone: i capelli scompigliati dal vento, il mantello buttato all’indietro, teso come una vela. L’identità di Diogene è riconoscibile dai suoi attributi: la botte, nella quale scelse di vivere in assoluta povertà; il pollo spennato, simbolo del suo criticismo della dottrina metafisica di Platone che aveva definito l’uomo "animale bipede senza piume". È assorto nella lettura di un libro appoggiato per terra cui funge da leggio un altro volume, e accompagna con la torsione del busto il gesto del braccio destro che indica con una bastoncino la pagina aperta di un terzo libro ai suoi piedi. Il vigore pittorico dell’opera deriva dal fatto che Ugo da Carpi non distingue tra la piastra graduante nera, che generalmente descrive la struttura della linea, e la lastra di argilla per la finitura a colore. Il soggetto deriva da un'invenzione del Mazzola, degli anni 1526-1527, di cui esiste anche una versione incisa a bulino in formato ridotto e con varianti, di Caraglio (Bartsch XV, p. 94 n. 61). La questione della priorità tra il chiaroscuro di Ugo e l'incisione di Caraglio (Bartsch XV.94.61) è stata chiarita quando è stato scoperto in una collezione privata un disegno a sanguigna del Parmigianino, molto vicino alla stampa di Caraglio. Parmigianino probabilmente realizzò disegni preparatori diversi per i due incisori che hanno lavorato in stretta collaborazione con il pittore. Ci sono due studi presso la Devonshire Collection di Chatsworth (inv. N. 797B e 786), e un foglio di studi presso gli Uffizi, Firenze (inv. 13611F) relativi alla composizione. Secondo Johnson, l’opera fu realizzata al culmine della carriera di Ugo, sulla base della relazione del Vasari sul coinvolgimento del Parmigianino nella xilografia subito dopo la sua partenza da Roma verso Bologna nel 1527. Tuttavia, poichè il Vasari da due versioni differenti sulla realizzazione del Diogene, è necessario un riesame sulla dichiarata stretta collaborazione di Parmigianino e Ugo su questa stampa. Rossi, in Carpi 2009, afferma che le impressioni di secondo stato mostrano i segni dei danni del blocco. Naoko Takahatake. in Print Quarterly 2010, XXVII, 3, p. 321, sostiene l'esistenza di tre stati, e non due come fa Johnson: il primo stato, in precedenza non censito, ha un’ombreggiatura supplementare sulla coscia destra di Diogene 'stampata dal blocco di tono più scuro", e rappresentato dall’esemplare al Museum of Fine Arts di Boston (inv. n. 64,1085); nel secondo stato (il I/II per Johnson) l’ombra è rimossa; infine, nel terzo stato (II/II per Johnson), l’area solida alla sinistra della spalla di Diogene, del blocco più scuro, è eliminata. Ottimo prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, interventi di restauro ricostruttivo perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Chiaroscuro woodcut from four blocks in ochre, 1527 – 1530 circa. After a subject by Parmigianino. The plate shows the Cynic philosopher Diogenes of Sinope sits before a barrel with his gaze cast down to a book on the ground before him. He is represented here with some of his attributes: the barrel where he chose to live in absolute poverty and the chicken without feathers, symbolising his criticism of the metaphysical philosophy of Plato. He powerfully grips a stick in his right hand, directing our attention to the second open book. The phiposopher’s tensed and imposing form dominates the composition. A lengh of drapery that surges across his shoulders and falls heavily to the ground helps to animate the scene. The four block are wholly

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