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         Tractatus de inventario haeredis, secunda hac editione, ultra duplum auctus, ac locupletatus. Auctore Sebastiano Monticulo Vincentino.

      apud Franciscum Zilettum, Venetiis 1574 - Legatura coeva in pergamena floscia con unghie e tracce di legacci. Carte di guardia rinnovate. Esemplare assai fresco, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara seconda edizione, notevolmente aumentata. Adams, M-1719; non in Sapori. 4to (cm. ), 20 cc.nn., 296 cc. Testo interamente riquadrato. Marca tipografica al frontis., ripetuta alla fine dell Index e al colophon.

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         De domanio Franciae libri III

      apud Martinum Iuvenem, via S. Iannis Lateranensis ad insigne Serpentis, 1574. Cm. 22, pp. (20) 652 (52). Bel marchio tip. al frontespizio, graziose testatine, finalini e capilettera xil. Legatura del tempo in piena pelle, dorso a 4 nervi con titoli in oro su tassello, piatti inquadrati da filetto impresso a secco. Piccole mancanze alle cuffie e ai nervi, trascurabile mancanza (pochi mm. di spessore) all'estremità delle primissime carte, qualche sporadica macchietta e lieve alone limitato alle carte iniziali. Esemplare nel complesso ben conservato. René Choppin (1537-1606), celebre giureconsulto francese, dedicò buona parte delle sue attenzioni scientifiche ai rapporti tra potere del re e della chiesa nonché alle antiche consuetudini, centrali nell'evoluzione del diritto francese. Il contributo di Choppin è considerato rilevante anche nell'ottica dello studio delle dottrine politiche francesi tardo-cinquecentesche. Opera dedicata alla natura e all'esercizio della sovranità in Francia con l'Autore che sostenne apertamente i diritto del re contro quelli della chiesa. Rara prima edizione. Cfr. Kvk..

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         Asiae Nova Descriptio

      " Seconda versione della carta dell'Asia di Abraham Ortelius, inserita negli esemplari del ""Theatrum Orbis Terrarum"" di Ortelius a partire dal 1574. Deriva dalla mappa murale del continente dello stesso Ortelius, a sua volta basata sulle mappe di Giacomo Gastaldi (1559-1561). Esemplare tratto dall'edizione latina del 1603, edita da J. B. Vrients. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, fori di tarlo restaurati ai margini, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Suarez, T., Early Mapping of South-East Asia, p. 164-170. Lutz, W., Japan: A Cartographic Vision: European Printed Maps from teh early 16th to the19th Century, 11C. Quirino, C., Philippine Cartography,1320-1899, p. 76. Clancy, R., The Mapping of Terra Australis, 1.12. Yeo, J., Mapping the Continent of Asia, #5. Van Der Krogt, Peter C. J., Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, AN: 8000:31A. Cortazzi, H., Isles of Gold: Antique Maps of Japan, pl. 19." " Second version of Ortelius' map of Asia, pinted from 1574 in the ""Theatrum Orbis Terrarum"". Example from the latin edition of 1603. A fine example with fine later hand colour, showing perfectly repaired worm holes in the margins, otherwise, very good condition. Covers from Europe and Africa eastward to include all of Asia, the East Indies, Japan, and parts of New Guinea and Australia. From west to east, this map offers numerous elements worthy of further study. The Caspian Sea, according to the convention of the time, is presented on an east-west rather than north-south axis. Arabia is projected in a distended form. Further east in western China, Cayamay lacus is depicted. This mythical body of water was postulated by Ortelius to be the source great rivers of Southeast Asia. Indeed, Ortelius crisscrosses East Asia with a vast network of waterways advocating his belief that a water route existed through China to the North Sea and hence, via the Northeast Passage, to Europe. Still further east Japan appears in a distorted top heavy projection that resembles a tadpole. To the south Luzon is absent from the Philippine Islands. In the extreme southeast portion of the map Australia appears as 'Terrae Incognitae Australis.' East of China, two sailing ships ply the waters of the Pacific. A large decorative title cartouche adorns the lower left hand quadrant. Ortelius based this map on his own wall map of 1567. Literature: Suarez, T., Early Mapping of South-East Asia, p. 164-170. Lutz, W., Japan: A Cartographic Vision: European Printed Maps from teh early 16th to the19th Century, 11C. Quirino, C., Philippine Cartography,1320-1899, p. 76. Clancy, R., The Mapping of Terra Australis, 1.12. Yeo, J., Mapping the Continent of Asia, #5. Van Der Krogt, Peter C. J., Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, AN: 8000:31A. Cortazzi, H., Isles of Gold: Antique Maps of Japan, pl. 19."

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         Sigonio Carlo (Carolus Sigonius), Caroli Sigonij De antiquo iure populi romani libri undecim, ad illustriss. atq. excellentiss. D. Iacobum Boncompagnum Generalem S.R.E. Gubernatorem.Quorum alij renovati, alij prorsus novi eduntur, ut aversa pagella declarat. In eosdem rerum, et verborum index copiosus. Cum Privilegio Pont. [Marca tipogr.], Bononiae, Apud Societatem Typographiae Bononien., MDLXXIIII. Curiae Episc. et Inquisit. Concessu

      Fondamentale trattato di diritto romano del grande erudito modenese (1520 ca.-1584). Brunet, V 380 e Graesse, VI 403 citano l'ediz. di Venezia, 1560. Dorso scollato, guardie logore, nell'indorsatura compaiono frammenti di un manoscritto cartaceo gotico. Antico timbro di possesso sul frontespizio. Fregi e capilettera xilografici, carattere tondo e corsivo. ,Bologna,Società Tipografica Bolognese,1574,Cm. 31

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         Codicis DN. Iustiniani sacratissimi principis P.P. Augusti, repetitae praelectionis

      [Francesco de' Franceschi, Gaspare Bindoni, eredi di Nicolo Bevilacqua, Damiano Zenaro], 1574. Cm. 25, cc. (36), coll. 2640, cc. (28). Bel marchio tipografico al frontespizio bicromo, testo impresso in rosso e nero. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con titoli e filetti in oro al dorso. Antiche firme di possesso al frontespizio, sporadici e marginali aloni, qualche trascurabile e marginale segno di tarlo limitato a poche carte. Nel complesso buon esemplare. Bella edizione veneziana del Codice di Giustiniano con la glossa accursiana a corredo del testo romano classico. Cfr. Iccu..

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         Consilia sive iuris responsa Petri Ancharani iureconsulti clarissimi, nunc denuo accurata multorum locorum castigatione in communem iurisperitorum utilitatem edita ... Summarijs unicuisque Consilio adiectis, quibus res praecipue observandae brevi compendio complectuntur

      apud Hieronymum Polum, 1574. Cm. 31, cc. (14) 239 + 1 c.b. Bel marchio tip. a frontespizio e colophon. Affascinante legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titoli ms. a dorso, piatto anteriore e taglio di piede. Piatti ricavati da codice manoscritto medievale. Rinforzo settecentesco in pergamena al dorso e integrazioni di pergamena (sempre settecentesche) al piatto anteriore. Lievi tracce d'uso alla legatura, qualche trascurabile forellino, alcuni lievi aloni marginali e sporadiche macchiette. Esemplare nel complesso genuino e in buono stato di sonservazione. Pietro d'Ancarano (1330 ca. - 1416), giureconsulto nativo di Viterbo fu allievo di Baldo degli Ubaldi e quindi professore a Bologna. Commentò le Decretali di Gregorio IX e il Libre Sextus oltre a compilare un vasto repertorio di Consilia (per approfondimenti bio-bibliografici sull'Autore si veda la voce A. scritta da Orazio Condorelli in Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, volume 83). Raro e ricercato. Cfr. Iccu; non in Sapori..

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         Opuscule très-excellent de la vraye Philosophie naturelle des métaulx, traictant de l’augmentation & perfection d’iceux, Avec advertissement d’éviter les folles despences qui se font ordinairement par faute de vraye science. Avec le traicté de vénérable Docteur Allemand Messire Bernard Comte de la Marche Trevisane sur le mesme subject.

      Benoist Rigaud, Lyon 1574 - Plein maroquin vert du dix-neuvième siècle, dos à cinq nerfs portant le titre doré, tranches rouges, filets dorés sur les coupes, gardes en papier marbré. Un volume in-16 (11,1x7,7 cm) de 280-(4) pages . Très légèrement court de tête, petite déchirure restaurée à la page de titre Denis Zacaire a dépensé la fortune familiale dans la recherche de la pierre philosophale. Il avait noté dans un cahier des milliers de recettes extraites des textes alchimiques et avait engagé les fonds destinés à ses études de droit à l'achat d'un laboratoire. Après des années de recherches infructueuses il rencontra un vieux sage qui lui conseilla d'arrêter de se disperser dans des procédés donnés par des personnages douteux et d'étudier plutôt les écrits des maîtres. Peu de temps après avoir enfin réussi, il fut assassiné par un serviteur. Son opuscule très-excellent de la vraye Philosophie naturelle des métaulx est un des traités fondementaux du corpus alchimique. A partir de la page 170 se trouve le Livre de la Philosophie Naturelle des métaux de Bernard le Trévisan, autre alchimiste renommé, dont la persévérance n'a rien à envier à celle de Zacaire. La première édition a paru à Anvers en 1567. BEL EXEMPLAIRE EN MAROQUIN Caillet [III, 11570], Brunet [V, 1516], Baudrier [III, 312] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Nineteenth-century full green morocco, spine in six compartments lettered in gilt, red edges, single gilt fillet on edges, marbled endpapers. 16 mo (11.1x7.7 cm), 280-(4) pages . Slightly cropped. "Denis Zacaire or Dionysius Zacharius (1510?-1560 or 1570?) was born in Guyenne and sent by his parents first to Bordeaux and then to Toulouse, in order to study law. But his masters in both universities were alchemists; and by the time he got to Toulouse, Zacaire carried a notebook of thousands of recipes abstracted from alchemical texts and had committed the funds supplied for his legal studies to the purchase of a laboratory. When his tutor died of a fever contracted during alchemical endeavours, Zacaire's parents discovered his hermetic inclination and cut off his money. They conveniently died soon after, so that Zacaire, at his majority, let out their estate and devoted all of his income to a long series of processes suggested to him by an unknown Italian in Toulouse, an old abbe called the Philosopher. After raising more money from his relatives on the expectation of his going to Paris to seek a legal position, Zacaire executed some one hundred diverse experiments. After three years in Paris, he was commissioned by Antoine d'Albret, King of Navarre, to teach the secrets of alchemy for a very handsome fee. On his return after the completion of this assignment, Zacaire met, as seemed to be his wont, a stray old wise man who advised him to stop collecting processes and to study instead the writings of the masters. After two years he devised an entirely original experiment that, in 1550, yielded the Divine Tincture. Shortly after this success, his new bride murdered him in his sleep at Cologne and escaped with their servant and Zacaire's precious powder. He wrote but one work, Opuscule tres-excellent de la vraye Philosophic naturelle des metaulx (Lyon, Benoist Rigaud, 1574), which included commentaries on the Turba" (in "Alchemy a comprehensive bibliography of the manly P.Hall Collection") FINE COPY IN FULL MOROCCO BINDING Caillet [III, 11570], Brunet [V, 1516], Baudrier [III, 312] In 16 140g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         La Geografia di Claudio Tolomeo Alessandrino, Già tradotte di greco in italiano da M. Giero. Ruscelli: & hora in questo nuoua editione da M. Gio. Malomba ricoretta, & purgata d'infiniti errori: come facilmente nella Prefatione a Lettori può ciascuno vedere. Con L'Espositioni del Ruscelli...& sopra tutta la Geografia, o Modo di fare la descrittione del Mondo...Et con un Discorso di M. Gioseppe Moleto...3 Parts (all).

      Venetia (Venice), Giordano Ziletti, 1574-(73). 4to. Hcalf from ab 1820. Gilt back. Slight rubbing to spine. (78),350 pp. and 65 double-page engraved maps with text on verso of plates (130) pp,56,65 pp. 6 textlvs. at end with brownspots in right margin, sometimes a little browning to pages, few brownspots and a few textlvs. with minor wormtracts. Complete with all 65 maps called for, each measuring ab. 19 x 26 cm. A great part of the maps have some background shadowing from the printers ink, mainly due to the fact, that this is the third Ruscelli-edition, where the plates have been used before. 3 printer's wood-cut devices and 20 smaller and larger woodcuts in the text. 2 woodcuts with Ptolemy shown observing. ¶ Third edition of Ruscelli's translation from Venice, 1561. The maps are printed from the same plates, with the exception of Ptolemy's map of the world, for which Malomba had returned to the original conical projection of Ptolemy. Moreover, one map is added: the map of "Territorio di Roma". In general the maps are enlarged copies of Gastaldi's maps from the edition of 1548 which came out in 8vo. The Ruscelli translation contains an important innovation, namely the division of the world map into two parts, one for the Old World and one for the New, as seen on the plate "Tavola Universal", depicting the 2 hemispheres. The atlas contains 27 ptolemaic maps and 38 new. 1 World, 1 Hemisphere, 10 Europe, 4 Africa, 12 Asia and 38 others. 10 of the maps relate to America.Philipps I:380. Sabin 66505. Nordenskiöld Nr. 34 (p.27).

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         Opuscule très-excellent, de la vraye philosophie naturelle des metaulx, traictant de l’augmentation & perfection d’iceux, avec advertissement d’eviter les folles despences qui se font ordinairement par faute de vraye science . Avec le traicté de . Bernard Conte de la marche Trevisane sur le mesme subject. Lyon, Benoit Rigaud, 1574. Relié à la suite : De la transformation métallique, trois anciens traictez en rithme françoise: Assavoir, La fontaine des amoureux de science : autheur J. de La Fontaine. Les remonstrances de nature à l’alchymiste errant : avec la responce dudict alchym. Par J. de Mung. Ensemble un traicté de son Romant de la Rose, concernant ledict art. Le sommaire philosophique de N. Flamel. Avec la défense d’iceluy art, & des

      Benoit Rigaud, Lyon 1574 - Plein vélin de l'époque. Deux ouvrages en un volume In-16 (115x79 mm) de 280-(3) pages et 86-[2] feuillets. Reliure usagée, manque de cuir au dos Mouillures affectant le deuxième ouvrage. Pages cornées. Petit travail de vers en marge intérieure. Deux traités d'alchimie reliés en un volume. Le premier de Denis Zacaire est suivi d'un traité de Bernard le Trévisan. Denis Zacaire a dépensé la fortune familiale dans la recherche de la pierre philosophale. Il avait noté dans un cahier des milliers de recettes extraites des textes alchimiques et avait engagé les fonds destinés à ses études de droit à l'achat d'un laboratoire. Après des années de recherches infructueuses il rencontra un vieux sage qui lui conseilla d'arrêter de se disperser dans des procédés donnés par des personnages douteux et d'étudier plutôt les écrits des maîtres. Peu de temps après avoir enfin réussi, il fût assassiné par un serviteur. Son opuscule très-excellent de la vraye Philosophie naturelle des métaulx est un des traités fondementaux du corpus alchimique. A partir de la page 170 se trouve le Livre de la Philosophie Naturelle des métaux de Bernard le Trévisan, autre alchimiste renommé, dont la persévérence n'a rien à envier à celle de Zacaire. La première édition a paru à Anvers en 1567. Le deuxième ouvrage, "De la Transformation metallique" est un recueil de trois traités d'alchimie, "La fontaine de amoureux de sciences" de Jéhan de La Fontaine, "Les remontrances de nature à l'alchimiste errant avec la responce dudict alchymiste" de Jean de Meung et "Le sommaire philosophique" de Nicolas Flamel. L'ouvrage se termine par un intéressant texte : "Défense de la science vulgairement appelée Alchymie". La première édition a paru à Paris en 1561. Cette édition lyonnaise de 1589 chez Benoit Rigaud est de la plus grande rareté. Aucun exemplaire dans les bibliothèques françaises d'après le catalogue collectif CCFR. Baudrier ne cite que l'édition de 1590 (Un exemplaire, Cat. Coste n° 753). Un alchimiste a copieusement annoté (écriture ancienne) l'ouvrage, apportant quelques éclaircissements à ces textes hermétiques. Zacaire : Caillet [III, 11570], Brunet [V, 1516], Baudrier [III, 312]. Transformation metallique (ed. de 1590) : Caillet [III, 10811] : "Edition très rare de ces petits traités"], Brunet [III, 748] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contemporary full vellum binding. Two works in one 16mo(115x79 mm), 280-(3) pages and 86-[2] leaves. Binding chipped, lack on the tail of spine Waterstains marks touching the second work. Dog-eared pages. Small wormhole in inner margin. Two alchemical treatises bound in one volume. Rare editions of Lyon. The first of Denis Zacaire is followed by a treaty of the Bernard Trevisan. "Denis Zacaire or Dionysius Zacharius (1510?-1560 or 1570?) was born in Guyenne and sent by his parents first to Bordeaux and then to Toulouse, in order to study law. But his masters in both universities were alchemists; and by the time he got to Toulouse, Zacaire carried a notebook of thousands of recipes abstracted from alchemical texts and had committed the funds supplied for his legal studies to the purchase of a laboratory. When his tutor died of a fever contracted during alchemical endeavours, Zacaire's parents discovered his hermetic inclination and cut off his money. They conveniently died soon after, so that Zacaire, at his majority, let out their estate and devoted all of his income to a long series of processes suggested to him by an unknown Italian in Toulouse, an old abbe called the Philosopher. After raising more money from his relatives on the expectation of his going to Paris to seek a legal position, Zacaire executed some one hundred diverse experiments. After three years in Paris, he was commissioned by Antoine d'Albret, King [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Il Decameron di Messer Giovanni Boccaccio Cittadino Fiorentino. Ricorretto in Roma, et Emendato secondo l'ordine del Sacr Conc. di Trento, Et riscotrato in Firenze con Test Antichi & alla sua vera lezione ridotto da' Deputati di lora Alt. Ser. Nvovamente stampado.

      16 Bl., 578 S., 2 Bl.. Mit Druckermarke auf Titelei, 2 Holzschnitt-Porträts und zahlr. fig. Holzschnitt-Initialen. Kl.4 (20,5 x 13,5 cm). Etwas späterer Lederbd auf 5 Bünden und mit reicher Rückenvergoldung. Angebunden Vincenzo Borghini: Annotationi et discorsi sopra alcvni lvoghi del Decameron, di M. Giovanni Boccacci Fatte dalli molto Magnifici sig. Deputati da loro Altezze Serenissime, sopra la corretione di esso Boccaccio, stampado l'Anno MDLXXIII. Fiorenza, Giunti, 1574. 16 nn. B., 142 S., 12 nn. Bl.. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke und 2 -Porträts. Stärker berieben und bestoßen Außengelenke geplatzt Bezugsfehlstellen an Ecken und Kanten 1. Titelei zur Hälfte lose teils feuchtigkeitsrandig papierbedingt gebräunt Exlibris verso Vorsatz. 1. Titel in erster Auflage nach dem Trientiner Konzil, was zu einer Neubearbeitung führte deren Autoren waren Vincenzo Borghini, Sebastiano Antinori und Agnolo Guicciardini. 2. Titel in EA. BM STC 111 Adams B 2167.

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         Alexandria

      Artist: Braun/Hogenberg Franz/ Georg ca ; issued in: Cologne; date: ca1574 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: colored; - condition: Very good, printed on two sheets, joined together; - size (in cm): 37 x 48; - description: View of Alexandria; - vita of the artist: Frans Hogenberg (1535 ? 1590) was a Flemish and German painter, engraver, and mapmaker.Hogenberg was born in Mechelen as the son of Nicolaas Hogenberg In 1568 he was banned from Antwerp by the Duke of Alva. He travelled to London, where he stayed a few years before emigrating to Cologne. He is known for portraits and topographical views as well as historical allegories. He also produced scenes of contemporary historical events.George Braun (1541-1622), a cleric of Cologne, was the principal editor of the "Civitates Orbis Terrarum".The first volume of the Civitates Orbis Terrarum was published in Cologne in 1572. The sixth and the final volume appeared in 1617. This great city atlas, edited by Georg Braun and largely engraved by Franz Hogenberg, eventually contained 546 prospects, bird-eye views and map views of cities from all over the world. Braun (1541-1622), a cleric of Cologne, was the principal editor of the work, and was greatly assisted in his project by the close, and continued interest of Abraham Ortelius, whose Theatrum Orbis Terrarum of 1570 was, as a systematic and comprehensive collection of maps of uniform style, the first true atlas.

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         De vita, moribus, et rebus gestis omnium Ducum Venetorum.historia. - (Con:) CONTARINI, Gaspare. De magistratibus, and Repub. Venetorum.

      Francofurti ad Moenum, apud Paulum Reffeler, impensis Sigismundi Feyerabent, 1574 e Basileae, apud Frobenium e Episcopium, 1547 (per il Contarini), - 2 opere in un vol. in-8, bella leg d'inizio XIX sec. in p. vitello biondo, dorso a nervi con tit. oro, tagli dor. (cerniere deboli). - I) MARCELLO: ff. (7, mancando l'ult. bianco), 219 (per errore num. 218), (1). Piccola impresa tipogr. sul tit., fregi ed iniz. silogr., testo in car. corsivo. Con due prefazioni-dediche: di H. Kellner a Lodovico Conte di Leonstein e di A. Arrivabene a V. Grimani. Magnificamente illustrato da 103 figure silogr. di Jost Amman (83 ritratti di Dogi col proprio stemma e 20 monumenti sepolcrali). Rara edizione di questa raccolta di notizie sulla vita, i costumi e le imprese dei Dogi di Venezia tratte da opere di P. Marcello, S. Girello ed H. Kellner, curata da quest'ultimo. - II) CONTARINI: pp. 206, (2). Impresa tipogr. sul tit. ed in fine, spazi bianchi con lettera-guida, car. romano, dedica di Sigismondo Gelenio a Wiglio Zuichemo. - Interessante assieme di due opere concernenti la storia della Repubblica di Venezia; particolarmente pregevole la prima che è un bellissmo e raro figurato d'insigne artista. Esempl. molto bello, proveniente dalla biblioteca W. Beckford ed ex-libris di Henry J.B. Clements. I) BMC, German, 593. Adams M-532. Cicogna n. 2252. Fairfax Murray, German, 284. - II) Manca al BMC, German. Adams C-2567. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         De universo genere, quas serio ludebat libri quinque.

      Bologna, apud Societatem Typographiae Bononiensis, 1574, 8vo legatura in piena pelle grigia recente con cornici impresse in nero ai piatti, titolo in oro e impressioni in nero al dorso, pp. (48)-CCCLVII, frontespizio con marca tipografica xilografica con figura femminile allegorica della città di Bologna con 151 tavole incise in rame (da Giulio Bonasone da disegni di Prospero Fontana e del Parmigianino e ritoccati, in questa seconda edizione, da Agostino Carracci). Buona copia, non comune, leggermente rifilata al margine superiore. Antica abrasione al frontespizio per maldestro tentativo di asportazione di timbro, oramai irriconoscibile. Seconda edizione (ma primo libro pubblicato dalla Società Tipografica Bolognese, costituitasi nel 1572) di uno dei più fascinosi e celebri libri di emblemi del Rinascimento, pubblicato per la prima volta a Bologna nel 1555.

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         The Institution of Christian Religion

      London: Printed by the widowe of Reginalde Wolffe, 1574. Third English language edition, revised. Hardcover. f to vg. Quarto (9 x 6 3/4"). [7], 472, [55] leaves. Errors in foliation: Fol. 32, Fol. 46, Fol. 80, Fol. 95, Fol. 102, Fol. 115, Fol. 155, Fol. 159, Fol. 173, Fol. 254, Fol. 336, Fol. 339, Fol. 341, Fol. 375, Fol. 399, Fol. 406, Fol. 407, Fol. 421, Fol. 422, Fol. 425, Fol. 429, Fol. 450, Fol. 465 wrongly numbered Fol 31, Fol. 48, Fol. 89, Fol. 87, Fol. 104, Fol. 151, Fol. 147, Fol. 150, Fol. 166, Fol. 253, Fol. 335, Fol. 341, Fol. 343, Fol. 373, Fol. 407, Fol. 40, Fol. 40, Fol. 420, Fol. 224, Fol. 418, Fol. 229, Fol. 440, Fol. 473. Later blind-stamped full calf, with gold lettered leather title label to spine. Raised bands. Two metal clasps. Decorative woodcut initials. Book housed in a modern custom-made orange cloth covered clamshell box, with gold lettering to spine. Originally published in 1536, Jean Calvin's seminal work of Protestant systematic theology "Institutio Christianae Religionis" was highly influential in the Western World. The book was first published in Latin in 1536, and in its original French language in 1541, with the definitive editions appearing in 1559 (Latin) and in 1560 (French). The first English language edition of Calvin's "Institutio Christianae Religionis" appeared in London in 1561, and was prepared by Thomas Norton, the son-in-law of Thomas Cramner. The book was reprinted in 1562. In 1574, a new edition of Norton' s translation appeared, with three hundred errors corrected and various other revisions and updates. The 1574 Norton translation remained the standard English translation of Calvin's Institutes for two centuries, until its final printing in Glasgow in 1762. "The Institution of Christian Religion" was written as "an introductory textbook on the Protestant faith for those with some previous knowledge of theology and covered a broad range of theological topics from the doctrines of church and sacraments to justification by faith alone and Christian liberty. It vigorously attacked the teachings of those Calvin considered unorthodox, particularly Roman Catholicism, to which Calvin says he had been "strongly devoted" before his conversion to Protestantism." (For more information, see: Bruce Gordon's "John Calvin's Institutes of the Christian Religion: A Biography" (2016), Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press). Binding partly soiled and discolored. Closed tear along front joint. Head and tail of spine chipped. One decorative metal clasp detached but present. Ex-library bookplate on inside of front cover, and stamp along fore-edge of first leaf (not affecting lettering). Previous owner's name and address dated 1817 at upper margin of fly leaf. Missing title page and last leaf of the Table mentionning parts of I. Peter, as well as I. John and II. John. Contemporary previous owner's marginalia throughout (not affecting lettering). Burn hole at lower part of leaves 179 to 187 (partly affecting lettering). Clamshell box in overall very good, binding in fair, interior in good to very good condition. About the author: Jean Calvin (1509-1564) was a French theologian, pastor and reformer in Geneva during the Protestant Reformation. He was a principal figure in the development of the system of Christian theology later called Calvinism, aspects of which include the doctrines of predestination and of the absolute sovereignty of God in salvation of the human soul from death and eternal damnation, in which doctrines Calvin was influenced by and elaborated upon the Augustinian and other Christian traditions. Various Congregational, Reformed, Reformed Baptists and Presbyterian churches, which look to Calvin as the chief expositor of their beliefs, have spread throughout the world. (From Wikipedia).

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         Von Ankunfft vnnd Vrsprung des Römischen Reichs der alten Römer herkommen Sitten, Weiszheyt, Ehrbarkeyt, löblichen Regiment, Ritterlichen Thaten, Victori unnd Sig gegen ihren Feinden: Auch von allerley Händeln vnd Geschichten .....

      "Titus Livius und Lucius Florus/ Von Ankunfft und Ursprung des Römischen Reichs/ der alten Römer herkommen/ Sitten/ Weißheyt/ Ehrbarkeyt/ löblichem Regiment/ Ritterlichen Thaten/ Victori und Sig/ gegen ihren Feinden: Auch von allerley Händeln un Geschichten/ so sich in Frid und Krieg/ zu Rom/ in Italia/ un bei andern Nationen/ damit die Römer jeder zeit zu thuen gehabt/ fast innerhalb achthundert jaren/ von erbawung der Statt an/ Erstlich unter der Könige/ und volgends unter der Rathesmaister Regiment/ biß auff der ersten Römischen Keyser Regierung/ verlossen und zugetragen. Jetzund auff dass newe auß dem Latein verteutscht/ und mit ordentlicher verzeichniß der fürnemsten Historien/ Jarrechnung/ kurtzer Livische Chronica/ Register/ und schönen Figuren gezieret/ deßgleichen vorhin im Truck nie außgangen" TITUS LIVIUS (59 v. Chr. - 17 n. Chr.) römischer Geschichtsschreiber. aus dem Lateinischen ins Deutsche übersetzt durch Zach. Müntzer. Deutsche Livius-Ausgabe, welche aufgrund der zahlreichen Holzschnitt-Illustrationen der zwei bedeutendsten Illustratoren des 16. Jahrhunderts besondere Berühmtheit erlangte. Diese Ausgabe wurde von Zacharias Müntzer ins Deutsche übersetzt und gegenüber den früheren Ausgaben des 16. Jahrhunderts erheblich verbessert. So erstmals im Jahre 1574 erschienen. Einleitend mit der Widmungsvorrede an Kaiser Maximilian von 1574. Das Werk ist mit 131 Text-Holzschnitten von Tobias Stimmer und Virgil Solis reich illustriert. Die Holzschnitte finden sich in den typischen Holzschnitt-Bordüren. Auf über 800 Seiten findet sich eine ausführliche Schilderung der Römischen Geschichte, ihrer Köpfe und der Lebensweisen in deutscher Sprache. Sie erzählt vom Ursprung der Römer, von den Trojanern, von Romulus und Remus, den zahlreichen Schlachten zu Erde und zu Wasser, Kriegen, Triumphen und Niederlagen, vom römischen Kaiser Maximilian I. und von Hanibal. Weiterhin sind Burgen, Bauwerke, Kirchen, Stadtansichten, Schiffe und Landschaften bildhaft dargestellt. Das Werk ist absolut vollständig und befindet sich in einem sehr guten Erhaltungszustand. vollständiges Werk 14 nn. Blatt, incl. Titel, Vorrede und Livische Chronica 887 num. Seiten 11 nn. Blatt Register mit Druckermarke ganzseitiger Titelbordüren-Holzschnitt 131 Text-Holzschnitte in Bordüren von Tobias Stimmer und Virgil Solis (tlw. wiederholt) große Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Ende. Beide Vorsätze vorhanden. (Leerblatt) Papier leicht stockfleckig und gebräunt, Innendeckel hinten und fliegender Vorsatz vorn mit Text von alter Hand, Titel mit altem Besitzeintrag. 2 geklebte Einrisse, 1 cm hinterlegter Papierausriss im unteren weißen Rand. Die Holzschnitte in bemerkenswert guten und kräftigen Abdrucken. Festes Bütten. Blindgeprägter Ledereinband der Zeit auf Holzdeckel, leicht fleckig, beschabt und berieben. Schließhacken im Lauf der Zeit verloren. Buchblock fest und stabil. Groß Folio. Rückenschild. vgl. Literatur/Bibliographie: VD16 L 2117. BM STC 521. hier eine Digitale Ansicht des Werkes http://reader.digitale-sammlungen.de/de/fs1/object/display/bsb10140773_00001.html?numScans=250&zoom=0.05 kostenloser DHL Versand noch eine Livius Ausgaben von 1581 komplett vorhanden, eine Verkaufe ich, eine Behalte ich

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         EUCLIDIS ELEMENTORUM LIBRI XV. Accessit XVI de solidorum regularium comparatione. Omnes perspicuis demonstrationibus, accuratisq[ue] scholiis illustrati. - EUCLIDIS POSTERIORES Librisex ax.adXV. Accessit XVI. de solidorum Regularium comparatione.

      Apud Vicentium Accoltum 1574 - EUCLIDIS ELEMENTORUM LIBRI XV. Accessit XVI de solidorum regularium comparatione. Omnes perspicuis demonstrationibus, accuratisq[ue] scholiis illustrati. - EUCLIDIS POSTERIORES Librisex ax.adXV. Accessit XVI. de solidorum Regularium comparatione Omnes perspicuis demonstrationibus, accuratisq[ue] scholiis illustrati.2 ouvrages reliés en 1 volume fort in-12 carré ( 185 X 115 mm ) de 38 ffnch.-662 et 600 pages, plein veau fauve marbré, dos lisse orné de filets dorés, pièces de titre et de date de maroquin vieux-rouge, dentelle dorée d'encadrement sur les plats ( Reliure début XIXe ). Beaux titres placés dans un encadrement identique à portique. Nombreuses figures dans le texte. Edition originale de la traduction latine et des commentaires de Clavius sur le traité de géométrie d'Euclide. Professeur de mathématiques renommé au collège jésuite de Rome et maître d'oeuvre de la réforme du calendrier julien et de l'institution du calendrier grégorien dans les années 1580, Christophe Clavius ( 1538-1614 ) est surtout connu pour sa traduction et ses abondants commentaires sur le traité euclidien. Beaux titres placés dans un encadrement identique à portique. Mors supérieur fendu, tampon découpé sur la première page de titre, exemplaire pur. Bibliographie: Thomas-Stanford 19 Riccardi, Euclid 15742 Sommervogel II, col. 1213 no. 2 Adams E985 EDIT16 18360. Sciences Physique mathématiques Géométrie Algèbre [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Cairus, Aros ovae olim Babylon Aegypt.

      Artist: Braun/Hogenberg Franz/ Georg ca ; issued in: Cologne; date: ca1574 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 33 x 49; - description: Map shows the total view of Cairo; - vita of the artist: Frans Hogenberg (1535 ? 1590) was a Flemish and German painter, engraver, and mapmaker.Hogenberg was born in Mechelen as the son of Nicolaas Hogenberg In 1568 he was banned from Antwerp by the Duke of Alva. He travelled to London, where he stayed a few years before emigrating to Cologne. He is known for portraits and topographical views as well as historical allegories. He also produced scenes of contemporary historical events.George Braun (1541-1622), a cleric of Cologne, was the principal editor of the "Civitates Orbis Terrarum".The first volume of the Civitates Orbis Terrarum was published in Cologne in 1572. The sixth and the final volume appeared in 1617. This great city atlas, edited by Georg Braun and largely engraved by Franz Hogenberg, eventually contained 546 prospects, bird-eye views and map views of cities from all over the world. Braun (1541-1622), a cleric of Cologne, was the principal editor of the work, and was greatly assisted in his project by the close, and continued interest of Abraham Ortelius, whose Theatrum Orbis Terrarum of 1570 was, as a systematic and comprehensive collection of maps of uniform style, the first true atlas.

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         Cambriae typus autore Humfredo Lhuydo Denbigiense

      Copperplate engraving, 368 x 498 mm. Latin text on the verso. A fine example. [Antwerp :]

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         Histoire Memorable de la Ville de Sancerre

      1574 - Contenant les Entreprises, Siege, Approches, Bateries, Assaux & autres efforts de asiegeans: le resistances, faits magnamimes, la famine extreme & delivrance notables des asiegez, Le nombre des coups de Canons par journées distinguées. Le catalogue des morts & blessez a la guerre, sont a la fin du livre. First edition. Small 8vo. Contemporary calf, with gilt lozenge, restored, with one or two small blemishes internally with the loss off one or two letters. [viii], 254pp. Np, but [La Rochelle?], Published before both his own, and Thevet's, accounts of the French expedition to Brazil in 1555, this rare work describes the infamous siege of Sancerre where Léry was an eye-witness. At once harrowing and matter-of-fact, this is a brilliant account of the siege, (the last where trebuchets were used), peppered with references to Léry's experiences in the New World, in which he compares conditions in the Brazilian jungle to the less than noble savagery of Europe. It is thus one of the few works to draw from the experiences of the expedition and one of the rare few sixteenth century texts where the difference in Old and New World cultures is examined in counterpoint; the sonnet on the verso of the title being an example: Qui vouda voir une histoire tragique,Ne lise point tant les livres diversGrecs & Latins, semez par l'univers, Monstrans l'horreur d' Amerique & d'Afrique.Qu'il jette loeil sur Sancerre l'antique,Il y verra des ennemis pervers,Canons, assaux, coups a tors, a travers.Et tous efforts de la guerriere pique.Combat terrible, & plus cruelle faim,Ou de l'enfant la chair seruit de pain.O ciel ! o terre! o grand Dieu! quel ouvrage!Qu'en moins d'un an un seul lieu face voirPlus de pitiez, que ce que peut avoirTout l'univers de hideux en partage. This grisly reference to the occurence of infant cannabalism in Sancerre is later described and juxtaposed with the author's experiences in the New World at some length, with a particularly gruesome account of a Brazilian barbecue. There are a number of other references, some slight some more lengthy; for instance Lery acknowleges his debt to the Indians when designing a hammock. Borba describes the work as ?full of reminiscences of Brazil? ?Unlike so many other travellers he had no belief in European superiority and [he] establishes many paralells between Europe and the Americas, between Christians and pagans generally to the advantage of the latter? (Speake). This work is most uncommon and no copy is recorded to have been sold at auction since 1975. Alden (European Americana), 574/33; Borba I, p46/7 (?This work is very rare?); cf. Speake (Literature of Travel and Exploration) p709. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Funerali antichi di diversi popoli et nationi, forma ordine et pompa di sepolture, di essequie, di consecrationi antiche et altro. Con le figure in rame di Girolamo Porro.

      Venezia, appresso Simon Gallignani de Karera, 1574, 4to legatura in cartonato novecentesco con motivi floreali, pp. (8)-109-(2) bel frontespizio calcografico figurato architettonico e 23 incisioni in rame. Edizione originale di questo celebre figurato per la storia del costume e delle usanze. Pregevole per la ricca iconografia raffigurante i riti, spesso anche crudeli. Restauro al margine bianco esterno del frontespizio e rinforzo al margine interno, antico restauro al margine bianco interno delle pp. 43/46 senza perdita di testo, e strappo senza perdite alla pag. 43, vistoso strappo con mancanza riparata al margine bianco inferiore dell'ultima carta senza perdita di testo. Copia vissuta con diverse fioritute e qualche antico alone, ma che non perde nulla del suo fascino. Rara edizione originale. Cicognara, 1766. Brunet, IV, 820: Ouvrage recherché...

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         Londinum Feracissimi Angliae Regni Metropolis.

      1574 - Koln: c.1574. Fine original colour. 330 x 490mm. The earliest town plan of London to survive, a 'map-view' with the major buildings shown in profile, and no consideration for perspective. It was published in the 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum', the first series of printed town plans, inspired by the success of the 'Theatrum', the atlas compiled by Abraham Ortelius. This example is from the second state of the plate, issued two years after the first, with the spelling 'West Muster' and the addition of the Royal Exchange. The plan was engraved by Frans Hogenberg, copied from a 15-or-20-sheet printed map, probably commissioned by the merchants of the Hanseatic League, who had significant commercial interests in England. For over two centuries they had enjoyed tax and customs concessions in the trade of wool and finished cloth, allowing them to control that trade in Colchester and other cloth-making centres. Their base in the City was the Steelyard (derived from 'Stalhof'), named 'Stiliyards' by the side of the Thames on this map and described in the text panel lower right. They purchased the building in 1475; part of the deal was their obligation to maintain Bishopsgate, the gate through the city walls that led to their interests in East Anglia. The rump cities of the Hanseatic League sold the building in 1853 and it is now the site of Cannon Street Station. The map must have been drawn fifteen years or so before publication: in the centre is the Norman St. Paul's Cathedral, with the spire that was hit by lighting and destroyed in 1561 and not replaced before the Great Fire of London destroyed the building in 1666. HOWGEGO: 2 (2). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Macrobii Ambrosii Aurelii theodosii, viri consularis, & illustris, In Somnium Scipionis, Lib II Saturnaliorum Lib VII

      Venezia, apud Io. Gryphium, 1574, 8vo legatura in piena pelle moderna bianca con tassello, titoli e fregi dorati al dorso, pp. 567-(62) con marca xilografica al frontespizio e sette incisioni xilografiche nel testo. Qualche fioritura, alcune normali bruniture. Frontespizio rinforzato.

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         Fvnerali antichi di diuersi Popoli, et Nationi; Forma, Ordine, Et Pompa di sepolture, di eßequie, di Consecrationi antiche et d'altro.

      Venetia: Simon Galignani, 1574.(). Engravings by Girolamo Porro. [8], 110, [2] pp. Brunet IV, 820. 3/4 morocco on old marbled boards.

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         Funerali antichi di diversi popoli et nationi, forma ordine et pompa di sepolture, di essequie, di consecrationi antiche et altro. Con le figure in rame di Girolamo Porro.

      Venezia, appresso Simon Gallignani de Karera, 1574, 4to legatura in cartonato novecentesco con motivi floreali, pp. (8)-109-(2) bel frontespizio calcografico figurato architettonico e 23 incisioni in rame. Edizione originale di questo celebre figurato per la storia del costume e delle usanze. Pregevole per la ricca iconografia raffigurante i riti, spesso anche crudeli. Restauro al margine bianco esterno del frontespizio e rinforzo al margine interno, antico restauro al margine bianco interno delle pp. 43/46 senza perdita di testo, e strappo senza perdite alla pag. 43, vistoso strappo con mancanza riparata al margine bianco inferiore dellÕultima carta senza perdita di testo. Copia vissuta con diverse fioritute e qualche antico alone, ma che non perde nulla del suo fascino. Rara edizione originale. Cicognara, 1766. Brunet, IV, 820: Ouvrage recherchŽ...

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         THE LYUES OF HOLY SAINCTES, PROPHETES, PATRIARCHES, AND OTHERS, CONTAYNED IN HOLYE SCRIPTURE

      London: Henrie Denham and Richarde Watkins, 1574. FIRST EDITION. Attractively bound and from a distinguished collection, this biographical dictionary of figures from scripture contains not only the saints, prophets, and patriarchs, but also those who appear only in passing, like Damaris, a Christian woman in Athens mentioned in a Pauline epistle, and Asaph, a singer appointed by David to "the House of the Lord." The latter might have particularly resonated with Merbecke (also "Merbeck" and "Marbeck," ca. 1510-ca.1585), a musician and theologian who began his career as a choirboy in Saint George's Chapel, Windsor, where he later served as the organist for most of three decades. He cemented his place in the history of the Anglican Church by composing the first noted edition of the Book of Common Prayer. A strong Calvinist, he undertook the considerable project of preparing a concordance of the Bible, a feat for which he was tried and convicted of heresy. As evidence of his outstanding musical talents, Merbecke received a royal reprieve (while his three--no doubt less musically inclined--co-defendants died at the stake). He immediately went back to work on his concordance, which, when finally published in 1550, was the first complete such work in English. Our finely bound copy comes from the library of W. A. Foyle, co-founder with his brother of the famous Foyle's Bookshop in Charing Cross Road. The three large Foyle sales at Christie's held in 2000 were a bibliophilic highlight of the new century, and the sum of $19 million for which William Foyle's personal library sold in July set a record for private European collections. This work is rare in the marketplace: the last copy at auction seems to have appeared in 1982, and RBH and ABPC list only four copies since 1900.. 181 x 135 mm. (7 1/8 x 5 1/4"). 5 p.l., 328 pp. (lacking first blank). FIRST EDITION. Pleasing navy blue crushed morocco by Riviere (stamp-signed on verso of front free endpaper), covers gilt with frame of French fillets, fleuron cornerpieces, large and complex central lozenge of small tools, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments with fleuron centerpiece, volute cornerpieces, gilt titling, turn-ins densely gilt, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt.Front pastedown with morocco bookplate of W. A. Foyle, Beeleigh Abbey. STC 17303. A little rubbing to joints and extremities, first and last pages a little soiled, text lightly washed and pressed in keeping with the bibliophilic fashion of the day, but a clean, fresh copy, with leaves that crackle when turned, and in a lustrous binding.Attractively bound and from a distinguished collection, this biographical dictionary of figures from scripture contains not only the saints, prophets, and patriarchs, but also those who appear only in passing, like Damaris, a Christian woman in Athens mentioned in a Pauline epistle, and Asaph, a singer appointed by David to "the House of the Lord." The latter might have particularly resonated with Merbecke (also "Merbeck" and "Marbeck," ca. 1510-ca.1585), a musician and theologian who began his career as a choirboy in Saint George's Chapel, Windsor, where he later served as the organist for most of three decades. He cemented his place in the history of the Anglican Church by composing the first noted edition of the Book of Common Prayer. A strong Calvinist, he undertook the considerable project of preparing a concordance of the Bible, a feat for which he was tried and convicted of heresy. As evidence of his outstanding musical talents, Merbecke received a royal reprieve (while his three--no doubt less musically inclined--co-defendants died at the stake). He immediately went back to work on his concordance, which, when finally published in 1550, was the first complete such work in English. Our finely bound copy comes from the library of W. A. Foyle, co-founder with his brother of the famous Foyle's Bookshop in Charing Cross Road. The three large Foyle sales at Christie's held in 2000 were a bibliophilic highlight of the new century, and the sum of $19 million for which William Foyle's personal library sold in July set a record for private European collections. This work is rare in the marketplace: the last copy at auction seems to have appeared in 1982, and RBH and ABPC list only four copies since 1900.

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         Kraspoekol, of de droevige gevolgen van eene te verregaande strengheid, jegens de slaaven.Rotterdam, Reinier Arrenberg, 1780. 8vo. Contemporary marbled wrappers.

      KVK (1 copy); cf. Landwehr & V.d. Krogt, VOC 1574 ; Smith Diehl pp. 26-28, 145-148 (Batavia ed.). Second edition of Willem van Hogendorps very rare moral novel Kraspoekol , narrating the "sad consequences of being overly severe with one's slaves'' (Landwehr & V.d. Krogt) and the importance of treating them properly. The publication "originated in discussion among men then organizing the first secular society [the Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen] in the Orient'' (Smith Diehl). We have located only one other copy of this edition worldwide (at Cornell University). STCN and NCC record only 3 copies of the 1780 Batavia edition, which was printed by the state printer Lodewyk Dominicus.Willem van Hogendorp (1753-1784) was a lawyer, statesman, official of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) and one of the founders of the Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen. Some marginal foxing and water stains. A good copy of a very rare slavery item.

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         ANNONAE IMPORTATIO.

      On of a series of five plates describing the siege of Leiden on 3 October 1574 (Leids ontzet). In this plate soldiers enter the city via the canals on boats, handing food to the citizens that have gathered beside the canal. On the far right and left of the picture are two statues, one holding a tazza and the other weath. The series was used in Orlers: 'Beschrijving der Stadt Leyden', 1614."Engraving on paper with margins; plate mark: 166 x 262 mm, total: 185 x 285 mm; state I/3; evenly browned paper; top corners were employed for previous mountings; Hollstein 22-26; Muller 675, Th-Becker vol (15), nr. 434, Merlo p. 320, v. Stolk 537."

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         Gesamtansicht von Lübeck und Hamburg ('Lubec. - Hamburch Ein Vornemliche Hansestat.').

      - kolorierter Kupferstich v. Braun & Hogenberg, 1574, 32,5 x 46,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. IV-2, 2482. - Zeigt 2 Ansichten auf einem Blatt.

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         Pandectarum sev digestorum iuris civilis quibus iurisprudentia ex. veteribus iureconsultis desumpta, libris L continetur; Tomus Secundus, Quod Inportiatum vulgò appellant: Cum accusii commentarijs, & doctissimorum virorum annotationibus. Editio Postrema.

      Venetiis (Venice), s.n., M D LXXIIII, 1574, - in-4to, (collation in-8vo), titre en rouge et noir (bord extér. anciennement renforcé de papier) +. 32 ff. + 1388 p. + 8 ff (blanches) + 1 planche gravée dépl. ?Arbor substitutionum? , reliure en parchemin d?époque, tranches rouge. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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         Macrobii Ambrosii Aurelii theodosii, viri consularis, & illustris, In Somnium Scipionis, Lib. II. Saturnaliorum. Lib. VII.

      Venezia, apud Io. Gryphium, 1574, 8vo legatura in piena pelle moderna bianca con tassello, titoli e fregi dorati al dorso, pp. 567-(62) con marca xilografica al frontespizio e sette incisioni xilografiche nel testo. Qualche fioritura, alcune normali bruniture. Frontespizio rinforzato.

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         Stanze amorose sopra gli horti delle donne et in lode della menta. La Caccia d'amore del Bernia. Quarantadui stanze in materia d'amore nuovamente ritrovate et con diligentia corrette, et di vaghe historie adornate et date in luce

      s.d.t., Venezia [forse, Londra] 1574 - In-12 (147x81 mm); di cc. 45, (3). Con 19 deliziose silografie a mezza pagina risultanti dalla ripetizione di 4 legni. Bella legatura fine settecento in pieno marocchino granata, dorso a nervi ornato oro, tagli dorati, dentelle interna. Ex libris araldico a stampa al contropiatto. Edizione assai rara e ricercata, con ogni probabilità impressa non a Venezia ma da una tipografia clandestina londinese. Tutte le opere sillogizzate e citate al titolo iniziano con proprio frontespizio o occhietto. Di grande freschezza e vivacità, ma eccessivamente licenziose, le stanze del Tansillo sopra gli orti delle donne sono opera giovanile del poeta napoletano, note anche con il titolo de «Il Vendemmiatore», in cui la celebrazione dell'amore carnale si combina a motivi tipici della cultura rinascimentale. Bibliografia: Sander, 7183. Rhodes, Silent Printers, nn. 2 e 7. STC It., 639. Agnelli Ravegnani, II, 211. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico]
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         De domanio Franciae libri III.Parisiis, apud Martinum Iuvenem, via S. Iannis Lateranensis ad insigne Serpentis, 1574.

      Parisiis, apud Martinum Iuvenem, via S. Iannis Lateranensis ad insigne Serpentis 1574 - Cm. 22, pp. (20) 652 (52). Bel marchio tip. al frontespizio, graziose testatine, finalini e capilettera xil. Legatura del tempo in piena pelle, dorso a 4 nervi con titoli in oro su tassello, piatti inquadrati da filetto impresso a secco. Piccole mancanze alle cuffie e ai nervi, trascurabile mancanza (pochi mm. di spessore) all'estremità delle primissime carte, qualche sporadica macchietta e lieve alone limitato alle carte iniziali. Esemplare nel complesso ben conservato. René Choppin (1537-1606), celebre giureconsulto francese, dedicò buona parte delle sue attenzioni scientifiche ai rapporti tra potere del re e della chiesa nonché alle antiche consuetudini, centrali nell'evoluzione del diritto francese. Il contributo di Choppin è considerato rilevante anche nell'ottica dello studio delle dottrine politiche francesi tardo-cinquecentesche. Opera dedicata alla natura e all'esercizio della sovranità in Francia con l'Autore che sostenne apertamente i diritto del re contro quelli della chiesa. Rara prima edizione. Cfr. Kvk. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Codicis DN. Iustiniani sacratissimi principis P.P. Augusti, repetitae praelectionis.Venetiis, [Francesco de' Franceschi, Gaspare Bindoni, eredi di Nicolo Bevilacqua, Damiano Zenaro], 1574.

      Venetiis, [Francesco de' Franceschi, Gaspare Bindoni, eredi di Nicolo Bevilacqua, Damiano Zenaro] 1574 - Cm. 25, cc. (36), coll. 2640, cc. (28). Bel marchio tipografico al frontespizio bicromo, testo impresso in rosso e nero. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con titoli e filetti in oro al dorso. Antiche firme di possesso al frontespizio, sporadici e marginali aloni, qualche trascurabile e marginale segno di tarlo limitato a poche carte. Nel complesso buon esemplare. Bella edizione veneziana del Codice di Giustiniano con la glossa accursiana a corredo del testo romano classico. Cfr. Iccu. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         LONDINUM FERACISSIMI ANGLIAE REGNI METROPOLIS’. Birds-eye plan of London with decorative title cartouche, two large coats of arms, two tables of explanations, and four figures in the foreground. From

      Georg Braun & Frans Hogenberg’s Civitates Orbis Terrarum ca. 1574 - 33x49cm. French text verso. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. In this edition, ‘West Mester’ has been changed to ‘West Muster’ and the Royal Exchange has been added. Howgego 2 (2).

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         ANNONAE IMPORTATIO.

      - On of a series of five plates describing the siege of Leiden on 3 October 1574 (Leids ontzet). In this plate soldiers enter the city via the canals on boats, handing food to the citizens that have gathered beside the canal. On the far right and left of the picture are two statues, one holding a tazza and the other weath. The series was used in Orlers: 'Beschrijving der Stadt Leyden', 1614. Engraving on paper with margins; plate mark: 166 x 262 mm, total: 185 x 285 mm; state I/3; evenly browned paper; top corners were employed for previous mountings; Hollstein 22-26; Muller 675, Th-Becker vol (15), nr. 434, Merlo p. 320, v. Stolk 537.

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         Consilia sive iuris responsa Petri Ancharani iureconsulti clarissimi, nunc denuo accurata multorum locorum castigatione in communem iurisperitorum utilitatem edita . Summarijs unicuisque Consilio adiectis, quibus res praecipue observandae brevi compendio complectuntur.Venetiis, al colophon: apud Hieronymum Polum, 1574.

      Venetiis, al colophon: apud Hieronymum Polum 1574 - Cm. 31, cc. (14) 239 + 1 c.b. Bel marchio tip. a frontespizio e colophon. Affascinante legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titoli ms. a dorso, piatto anteriore e taglio di piede. Piatti ricavati da codice manoscritto medievale. Rinforzo settecentesco in pergamena al dorso e integrazioni di pergamena (sempre settecentesche) al piatto anteriore. Lievi tracce d'uso alla legatura, qualche trascurabile forellino, alcuni lievi aloni marginali e sporadiche macchiette. Esemplare nel complesso genuino e in buono stato di sonservazione. Pietro d'Ancarano (1330 ca. - 1416), giureconsulto nativo di Viterbo fu allievo di Baldo degli Ubaldi e quindi professore a Bologna. Commentò le Decretali di Gregorio IX e il Libre Sextus oltre a compilare un vasto repertorio di Consilia (per approfondimenti bio-bibliografici sull'Autore si veda la voce A. scritta da Orazio Condorelli in Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, volume 83). Raro e ricercato. Cfr. Iccu; non in Sapori. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Metamorphoseon libri XV

      Ioannis Gryphium, Venetijs 1574 - In 4°, legatura coeva in piena pergamena floscia,(8ccnn), 337pp, (3ppnn), bella marca tipografica al fronte: grifoe e motto "Virtute duce comite fortuna", testo in greco e romano, capilettera ornati in xilografie, rara ed importante edizione commentata da R.Regio di Volterra, con 61 vignette xilografate intercalate n.t. (cm 8x6), esemplare completo con errori nella numerazione delle pagine, gore marginali angolo sup. prime 100 pp, antiche annotazioni al frontis, ex-libro moderno al foglio di guardia anteriore. 1 volume in 4°, contemporary limp parchment binding, (8 cc nn), 337pp, (3 pp nn), very nice typographic mark at the front: grifoe and motto "Virtute duce comite fortuna", text in Greek and Roman, initial letters decorated with woodcuts, important and rare edition commented by R. Regio di Volterra, with 61 woodcut interleaved vignettes (cm 8x6), complete with errors in page numbering, marginal waterstains superior corner of the first 100 pp, old notes on the front, modern ex-libris on the endpaper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Asiae Nova Descriptio

      [Antwerp, Plantin, from the second version of the plate, re-engraved circa 1574]. A hand-coloured engraved map from Ortelius' groundbreaking 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum', considered the first modern geographical atlas, 'produced in thirty-one editions between 1570 and 1612' (David Parry: The Cartography of the East Indian Islands, 2005). Archivally mounted ready for framing; visible image size 370 x 490 mm; extensive hand-colouring; in fine condition. 'Terrae Incognitae Australis Pars' makes an appearance in the bottom right corner.

      [Bookseller: Michael Treloar Antiquarian Booksellers]
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         Oeuvres poëtiques

      Antoine de Harsy, Lyon 1574 - Plein veau glacé du dix-huitième siècle, dos lisse orné et doré, tranches dorées. Un volume petit in-8 (148x92 mm), (16)-253-(1 bl.) pages Petites restaurations quasi invisibles aux coiffes et aux coins Court de tête Première édition complète des Oeuvres de Mellin de Saint-Gelais (1491-1558), poète français de la Renaissance, qui eut les faveurs de François Ier et de Henri II. Il était considéré par ses contemporains comme l'un des meilleurs poètes de son temps, comparable au "Prince des poètes français", Clément Marot. De son vivant, il eut l'habileté de ne rien publier, afin de ne pas compromettre sa carrière de poète officiel du roi Henri II, d'où ses éditions posthumes Il avait ainsi pris soin de faire détruire une première édition de ses œuvres en 1547, dont deux exemplaires seulement subsistent. La seconde édition, celle-ci, est donc la première mise dans le commerce et est communément considérée comme l'originale. Bel exemplaire dans une reliure aux soleils dorés au dos, marque d'appartenance des Claret de la Tourette, grande famille de bibliophiles lyonnais. ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Eighteenth-century full polished calf, gilt flat spine, gilt edges. Small 8vo (148x92 mm), (16)-253-(1 bl.) pages Caps and corners with very fine repairs Cropped Second edition of the poetic works of Mellin de Saint-Gelais. Only two copies of the first edition of 1547 are known. In 8 / 8vo 187g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens]
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         Ornamenti della gentil donna vedova

      Christoforo Zanetti, 1574. fuori collana pp.133 rilegatura in mezza pelle non originale, bella impresa tipografica nel frontespizio e alla fine Lunga lettera-dedicatoria dell'autore alla nobildonna Ginevra Salviati de Baglioni, rimasta vedova. Prima edizione di questo trattato, interessante e molto raro, che dà istruzioni e consigli sui doveri che deve compiere una donna vedova, sul suo comportamento morale, sul modo più consono di vestirsi, sul come amministrare la casa, ecc. buono ( segni di usura del tempo, note a margine )

      [Bookseller: Libreria Ceccherelli]
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         Polybius Romische Historien

      A total of 21 maps as follows: 13 woodcut double page maps with letterpress titles including a world map (Shirley 92) and 3 half page maps, with duplicates of 5, (3 of which have changed titles). Folio. Continental nineteenth century half calf, back repaired, minor light staining throughout xl,521pp. Basle, Sebastian Henricpetri,

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         Die abcontrafactur der schönen und Edlen Statt Tours [view on Tours, France].

      Bird's eye view on the city of Tours from the 'Cosmographia' by Sebastian Münster with decorative frame; on the bottom letters with descriptions of the most important buildings to be seen on the view. From the thriteenth edition in German, published in 1574. Woodcut on laid paper; two pages joined together; total: 322 x 395 mm; middle joint repaired on the bottom; some foldings, minor tears along the margins. On verso text in letterpress.

      [Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste]
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         Artztgarten. Von Kreutern so in den Gärten gemeinlich wachsen/ unnd wie man durch dieselbigen allerhand kranckheitenund gebrächen leichtlich heilen sol. Durch Den hochgelehrten herren Anhonium Mizaldum auß Franckreich erstlich in Lateinischer sprach außgegangen. Jetzund aber neuwlich verteutschet durch Georgen Henisch von Bartfeld vormals in Teutscher sprach nie gesehen worden.

      Basel, Peter Perna, 1575/(1574). - [1. Ausgabe in deutscher Sprache] 16 cm. 6 (von 8) Bll., 349 (17) S./1 Bl., Tbl., (7) Bll., 124 (von 125) S. Mit 3 geschnitten Initialen Neuer Ledereinband auf echten Bünden (Hardcover), Fadenheftung. Noch gut. Es fehlt das Titelblatt, das letzte Blatt der Vorrede und das Blatt mit den Seiten 1 und 2. Durchgängig (feuchtigkeits)fleckig. Über die Jahrhunderte genutztes Exemplar in gutem stabilem Zustand. Beigebunden: Artztbüchlin. Neuwe unnd wunderbare weiß begreiffed/ wie man allerhand frücht/ gärten kreuter/wurtzel/beer und trauben artznen soll, daß man dieselb zum purgieren möge brauchen. Auch ein schöne weiß un kunst mancherley wein zu machen / sampt einer erzehlung ettlicher geartzneten wein/so für allerhand kranckheiten nützlich sein. Duch den hochgelehrten und berümpten Antonium Mizaldum inn Lateinischer sprach beschrieben. Jetzt aber aller erst allen hußhältern und liebhabern der artzney zu nutz verteutscht/ durch Georgen Henisch von Bartfeld. Basel, Perna, 1574. Titelblatt mit einem kleinen Fehlteil ohne Textverlust, Blatt mit den Seiten 1 und 2 zu etwa einem Drittel fehlend, mit Textverlust. Pritzel 6300 (Ausgabe 1577) Bitte beachten Sie, dass die angegebenen Versandkosten nur für Sendungen bis zu einem Gesamtgewicht von 1 Kg gelten. Bei schwereren Sendungen betragen die Versandkosten innerhalb Deutschands € 5,00. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Een corte waerachtighe beschrijvinge van alle Gheschiedenissen, Aenslaghen, Stormen, Schermutsingen, ende Schieten voor de vrome Stadt Haerlem in Hollandt gheschiet. Delft, [A. Hendricksz en wed. H. Schinckel], 1574.

      4°, zonder omslag, (52) pag. Met vignet op titelpagina. TB 2952.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR]
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