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Krantz, Albert R.; Byron, Basil Gordon; Coudert, Frederic Rene

Published by The Coslett Publishing Company, Inc., U.S.A. (1935)

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Item Description: The Coslett Publishing Company, Inc., U.S.A., 1935. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. Illustrated (illustrator). First Edition. 1935 Edition. 9.25 x 6.5 inches. 621 indexed pages. With speeches by Franklin D. Roosevelt, Frederick H. Eckler, Otto Hermann Kahn, Roscoe Pound, Woodrow Wilson and many more. Some cover spots and soil, tanned pages, edgewear. Bookseller Inventory # 118339

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Item Description: Frankfurt am Main, Wechels Erben, 1583. Mit 2 wiederholten Holzschnitt-Druckermarken auf Titel und am Ende. 10 (unpag.) Bll., 505 S., 19 (unpag.) Bll. Vorgebunden: Ders., Wandalia. De Wandalorum vera origine, variis gentibus, crebris e patria migrationibus (.) Ebda., 1580. Mit 2 wiederholten Holzschnitt-Druckermarken, 3 (unpag.) Bll., 338 S., 12 (unpag.) Bll. - Lateinische Ausgabe. I. BM, German Books, 477. Adams C 2874 (unter Crantz). Nicht im VD 16. - Berühmte Chronik Skandinaviens mit J.Zieglers "Schondia". - II. Adams C 2891. BM, German Books 477. - Dritte lateinische Ausgabe (Erstausgabe 1519). Enthält eine Geschichte der Wenden an der deutschen Ostseeküste bis zum Anfang des 16. Jhs. Durchgehend minimal Wurmfraß mit vereinzeltem, nur geringem Textverlust, 2 kleine Stempel auf Vorsatz u. Titel, Einband berieben u. mit Wurmlöchern, Besitzvermerk von alter Hand auf Vorsatz u. Titel (Kloster S. Petri in Obernaltaich, dat. 1611), einzelne Seiten gering randfleckig, sonst schönes Ex. / fine copy. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 4°, blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit zwei funktionstüchtigen Metallschließen. Bookseller Inventory # 133814

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1520 1ed Saxonia Krantz Holy Roman Empire: KRANTZ, Albert

KRANTZ, Albert

Published by Cologne: [Johann Soter, Maio], 1520. First edition. (1520)

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Item Description: Cologne: [Johann Soter, Maio], 1520. First edition., 1520. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. 1520 1ed Saxonia Krantz Holy Roman Empire Gypsy Charlemagne Saxony Saxons FOLIO Albert Krantz was a 15th-century German historian whose principal work was on the history of Saxony, entitled ‘Saxonia.’ With the help of fellow poet-Laureate Jakob Canter, Krantz wrote of the events, rulers, and cultures of Saxony. In 1520, when Krantz first published ‘Saxonia,’ Saxony covered the extent of the Hanseatic League, and Krants treaded on myth, rather than purely providing historical accuracies. (Tilg, Knight). Krantz also spoke profusely about Gypsies and Gypsy history. He referred to them as the scum of the nation who ‘lived like dogs’ without religion, and were a community of drifters, thieves, and beggars. (Willems). He also covers the rule of Duke Magnus and an extensive section on the reign of Charlemagne during the Holy Roman Empire. A beautifully bound 1520 first edition covering the complete history of Saxony and the Holy Roman Empire, complete with an extensive index. Item number: #2026 Price: $1750 KRANTZ, Albert Saxonia. Prooemium in Saxoniam. Alberti Krantz iuris canonici et sacrae paginate doctoris viri famosiss. Saxonia ex multis authoribus et analibus plurimis laboribus et vigiliis congesta incipit foeliciter. Cologne: [Johann Soter, Maio], 1520. First edition. Details: • Collation: Complete with all 255 folio leaves o Signatures: a8,b–z6, A-S6 • References: Adams C 2884; USTC 692133; VD16 K 2257; Tilg, Knight, Oxford Handbook, p.158; Wim Willems, True Gypsy, p.15; o Printer’s name comes from Adams • Language: Latin • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~12.5in X 8.5in (31.5cm x 22cm) • Exceedingly rare with no other example for sale worldwide Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2026 Photos available upon request. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-1510776918941

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Item Description: Book Condition: Very Good. Franckfurt, apud heredes Andreæ Wecheli, Claudium Marnium & Ioann. Aubrium, 1590. Folio. (8),+ 337,+ (51) pp. Last page with printer?s mark. Title page with cut away upper corner. Bound together with: KRANTZ, Albert. Wandalia. De wandalorum vera origine, variis gentibus, crebris è patria migrationibus, regnis item, quorum vel autores vel euerfores fuerunt. Cum indice locupletiss. Frankfurt, Andreæ Wecheli, 1580. Folio. (5),+ (blank),+ 338,+ (24) pp. Last page with printer?s mark. Nice contemporary blind tooled pig skin bindning with four raised bands and title in ink on spine. Red medges and preserved clasps, one of which is defective. Ink notations on the fly leaf. Old signatures of Petr. Olaus and Andreas Schartow on title page. From the library of Gustaf d?Albedyhll, with his bookplate, and from the library of Ericsberg Castle, with the bookplate of Carl Edvard Bonde covering that of d?Albedyhll. VD16 K2252 resp. K2268. Adams C2878 resp. C2891. Warmholtz 1641, for another edition and 1393 note. Third edition of Wolfius edition of Krantz? history of the dioceses in Niedersachsen and Westphalen, from ca 1780 to 1504.It was first published in Basel in 1548 and printer in numerous editions during the 16th century. The first Wolfius edition was published in 1574. Here bound together with the third edition of his work on the origins and history of the Vandal people, first published in 1518. Hardcover / Hardback. Bookseller Inventory # 60051

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Item Description: Argent (Strassburg), Ioannem Schottum, (Colophon: 1548) a. Basel, no printer, (1546). Folio. Bound in one fine contemp. full calf. Panelled covers with blindtamped broad double rolled borders, one with biblical motives, and inner panel richly blindtooled with ornaments and stamps. Spine with raised bands renewed to style. Edges and corners neathly restored. On top of inner panel the monogram N B. On bottom the year 1555. With brass clasps and catches. The Danish Coat of Arms in large woodcut on F 4. (Chr. III). Many woodcut initials. A few annotations in old hand. Old owners names on title-page crossed out. Clean and fine. A very fine German renaissance binding. From the library of Säfstaholm - engraved bookplate "Säfstaholms Bibliothek" på indersiden af forreste marmorerede forsats. Forsatse er af senere dato. First edition of the first printing of the original manuscript in Latin (Brunet III,696 - Adams, 2871). This work on the Northern countries was translated into German from the Latin manuscript and first published 1546. The second work of the Church history of Saxony is the first edition. - (Brunet III,695). Bookseller Inventory # 54643

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KRANTZ, A. (ALBERT).

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Item Description: Strassbourg, Hans Schotten, 1545. Folio. Later hcalf (mid 19th century). Gilt spine, raised bands and with gilt lettering. A large crowned monogram, stamped in gold, on frontcover. Title in red/black with large coat of arms in woodcut. (8), 504, (10) pp. Colophon-leaf with printed monogram in woodcut and with errata. many historical initials in woodcut. 10 first leaves waterstained in a small part of upper margins, 70 first and last 50 leaves with dampstaining on foot. First German edition. Brunet III:696. Bibl. Danica II, 593 . This is a separate edition of the Denmark part of the first edition of Krantz' important chronicle of the Nordic countries, with new title pages and with the arms of Frederick III. Albert Krantz (c. 1450 - December 7, 1517), German historian, was a native of Hamburg. He studied law, theology and history at Rostock and Cologne, and after travelling through western and southern Europe was appointed professor, first of philosophy and subsequently of theology, in the University of Rostock, of which he was rector in 1482. In 1493 he returned to Hamburg as theological lecturer, canon and prebendary in the cathedral. By the senate of Hamburg he was employed on more than one diplomatic mission abroad, and in 1500 he was chosen by the king of Denmark and the duke of Holstein as arbiter in their dispute regarding the province of Dithmarschen. As dean of the cathedral chapter, to which office he was appointed in 1508, Krantz applied himself with zeal to the reform of ecclesiastical abuses, but, though opposed to various corruptions connected with church discipline, he had little sympathy with the drastic measures of Wycliffe or Huss. With Martin Luther's protest against the abuse of Indulgences he was in general sympathy, but with the reformer's later attitude he could not agree. When, on his death-bed, he heard of the ninety-five theses, he is said, on good authority, to have exclaimed: "Brother, Brother, go into thy cell and say, God have mercy upon me!" Krantz died on the 7th of December 1517.Krantz was the author of a number of historical works which for the period when they were written are characterized by exceptional impartiality and research. The principal of these are Chronica regnorum aquilonarium Daniae, Sveciae, et Noruagiae (Strassburg, 1546); Vandalia, sive Historia de Vandalorum jerq origine, etc. (Cologne, 1518); Saxonia (1520); and Metropolis, sive Historia de ecclesiis sub Carolo Magno in Saxonia (Basel, 1548).Brunet III,696. - Bibl. Danica II, 593 . Bookseller Inventory # 54295

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