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Item Description: Eric Speeckaert, Brussels, 1990. toile éd. 465 pp., nomb. reproductions In-8. Bookseller Inventory # 115168

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SORGELOOS, Claude.

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Item Description: A Collection of 510 Editions Issued by Christopher Plantin from 1555 till 1589. Brussels, Speeckaert 1990. 465 S., OLeinenband. 800 copies. Bookseller Inventory # 100989

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DANIELSEN, AKSEL - NORDLUNDE, C. VOLMER m.fl.

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Item Description: Det Berlingske Bogtrykkeri, København 1953. 8°. 71 sider. Illustreret i s/h. Orig. kartonbind. Exlibris indsat (K.F. Plesner) samt forgyldt ejermærke på inderpermen. * Nr. 387 af 425 eksemplarer. Bookseller Inventory # 398899

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PLANTIN, Christopher - SORGELOOS, Claude:

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Item Description: Brussels. Eric Speeckaert., 1990. 465, (1) pages. With a lot of illustrations. Blue, * Christoph Plantin, niederländisch Christoffel Plantijn, lateinisch Christophorus Plantinus (* um 1520 in Saint-Avertin bei Tours; † 1. Juli 1589 in Antwerpen) war ein französisch-flämischer Buchdrucker und Verleger, der im 16. Jahrhundert zu den produktivsten und einflussreichsten Vertretern in seiner Zunft gehört hat. Nach einer Lehre bei Robert Macé in Caen ließ sich Plantin 1549 in der flämischen Stadt Antwerpen nieder, wo er 1550 Bürger der Stadt wurde. 1555 gründete er seine eigene Druckerei. Sie war einer der größten ihrer Zeit und gilt als erste industrielle Buchdruckerei. Sie zählte bis zu 16 Druckpressen, hatte über 80 Beschäftigte und brachte zu Plantins Lebzeiten über 1000 Schriften heraus. 1562 wurde Plantin angeklagt, eine ketzerische Schrift gedruckt zu haben, woraufhin er für ein Jahr nach Paris floh. Der Verdacht der Ketzerei wurde ausgeräumt, und er erhielt die Unterstützung des spanischen Königs Philipp II. zum Druck der berühmten Biblia Polyglotta, die den Bibeltext parallel in den fünf Sprachen Lateinisch, Griechisch, Hebräisch, Altsyrisch und Chaldäisch enthält (1567–1572). Plantin machte seinen Verlag zu einem Treffpunkt für bedeutende Humanisten wie Justus Lipsius. 1570 erhielt er vom streng katholischen spanischen König Philipp II. und der Kirche das Monopol, alle liturgischen Bücher für Spanien, die Spanische Niederlande und Spaniens Kolonien herstellen zu dürfen. Zugleich wurde Plantin offizieller Drucker der protestantischen niederländischen Generalstaaten. 1583 ging Plantin wegen Kriegswirren als Universitätsdrucker nach Leiden, was ihm ein Jahresgehalt von 200 Gulden sicherte. 1585 wechselte er nach Köln, wo 1588 auch der junge Crispin de Passe d.Ä. Kupferstiche für ihn fertigte. 1589 kehrte Plantin nach Antwerpen zurück; im selben Jahr starb er. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1200. Bookseller Inventory # 128848

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Sorgeloos, C. ; Speeckaert, E. ; Bibliotheca Wittockiana.

Published by Eric Speeckaert, Brussels, first edition, 1990 (1990)

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Item Description: Eric Speeckaert, Brussels, first edition, 1990, 1990. Edition of 800 copies of whch 400 were for sale. Cloth, gilt cover title and cover device, 8vo, 25 cm, 465 pp, ills. From the prospectus: "Published to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Christopher Plantin's death, this catalogue is the most important ever written on the great Antwerp printer, describing 513 printings issued from 1555 to 1589 by the Officina Plantiniana. The collection includes 441 different editions, 69 duplicate copies and 3 reprints. The catalogue is presented in the same manner using the same codes, etc. as the The Plantin Press by Dr. Leon Voet, Honorary Director of the Plantin-Moretus Museum, who wrote the introduction to Labore and Constantia. In Plantin's everlasting fame, Claude Sorgeloos gives a short biography on Plantin and dwells into the world of book-lovers who have collected Plantinian editions ever since the XVIth Century up until today. The catalogue itself gives a full description of each edition, including the title, the collation, the illustration, the binding, the former owners, comments about the work and the author, as well as bibliographical references. It reproduces all the printer's marks used by Plantin and includes in the illustrations all the variants not described before and discovered in the collection, such as editions unknown to Dr. L. Voet and not recorded in the Moretus-Plantin Museum archives, 'ghost' editions coming to light, complete copies, editions with a type-composition reset or with a variant in the illustration. The precious gilt bindings are illustrated too as well as several original bindings made in Germany and others in Belgium, France, England, etc. Lastly, there is a table of concordance between The Plantin Press and Labore et Constantia, which is followed by four indexes, the first one giving the authors, anonymous titles, editors, translators, co-publishers and Printers, the second the owners, the third the designers and engravers, and the fourth the binders." Covers a trifle rubbed, otherwise Very Good. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-44278

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PROF. DR. LEON VOET [INTROD.].|SORGELOOS, CLAUDE [ ED.].

Published by Brussels, Eric Speeckaert. (1990)

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Item Description: Brussels, Eric Speeckaert., 1990. Original publisher's blue cloth hardback, gilt lettering spine and frontcover, gilt printersmark Plantin frontcover, thick large 8vo: illustrated endpapers, frontispiece, 486pp, very richly illustrated, printers marks of Plantin, table of concordance, index authors, index owners, index designers & engravers, index binders. Very fine copy. Printed in 800 copies. Bookseller Inventory # 182023

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Leon Voet, SORGELOOS, CLAUDE.

Published by Bruxelles, Speeckaert, 1990. (1990)

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Item Description: Bruxelles, Speeckaert, 1990., 1990. Bound in cloth, 468 pp. w. 250 illus. A collection of 510 editions issued 1555-1589. Introd. L. Voet. Catalogue including 30 of bindings and 60 printer"s marks. 777 g. Bookseller Inventory # 15935

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Item Description: Brüssel, Speeckaert, 1990. 24,5 x 16,5 cm. Hardcover (gilt clothbound). With illustrations in b/w. 465 pages. FINE COPY [ ]. Bookseller Inventory # #97718

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Sorgeloos, C. ; Speeckaert, E. ; Bibliotheca Wittockiana.

Published by Eric Speeckaert, Brussels, first edition, 1990 (1990)

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Item Description: Eric Speeckaert, Brussels, first edition, 1990, 1990. Edition of 800 copies of whch 400 were for sale. Cloth, gilt cover title and cover device, 8vo, 25 cm, 465 pp, ills. From the prospectus: "Published to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Christopher Plantin's death, this catalogue is the most important ever written on the great Antwerp printer, describing 513 printings issued from 1555 to 1589 by the Officina Plantiniana. The collection includes 441 different editions, 69 duplicate copies and 3 reprints. The catalogue is presented in the same manner using the same codes, etc. as the The Plantin Press by Dr. Leon Voet, Honorary Director of the Plantin-Moretus Museum, who wrote the introduction to Labore and Constantia. In Plantin's everlasting fame, Claude Sorgeloos gives a short biography on Plantin and dwells into the world of book-lovers who have collected Plantinian editions ever since the XVIth Century up until today. The catalogue itself gives a full description of each edition, including the title, the collation, the illustration, the binding, the former owners, comments about the work and the author, as well as bibliographical references. It reproduces all the printer's marks used by Plantin and includes in the illustrations all the variants not described before and discovered in the collection, such as editions unknown to Dr. L. Voet and not recorded in the Moretus-Plantin Museum archives, 'ghost' editions coming to light, complete copies, editions with a type-composition reset or with a variant in the illustration. The precious gilt bindings are illustrated too as well as several original bindings made in Germany and others in Belgium, France, England, etc. Lastly, there is a table of concordance between The Plantin Press and Labore et Constantia, which is followed by four indexes, the first one giving the authors, anonymous titles, editors, translators, co-publishers and Printers, the second the owners, the third the designers and engravers, and the fourth the binders." Presentation copy inscribed by Eric Speeckaert to a fellow bookseller. "PLANTIN" written on spine, covers and top edge slightly duststained, otherwise Near Fine. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-36461

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Item Description: Brussel, 1990. 465 pp. Ills (b./w.). Cloth. Bookseller Inventory # 203739

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Item Description: Item 5054: This drawing depicts a book and compasses with the latin words 'Labore et Constantia' (Work and Perseverance), being the Plantijn publisher's mark / printer's sign. One and only item. Age c. 1900 Original pen and ink drawing. Description: This unique fine drawing probably served as a design for an illustration in a book or magazine. We acquired it as part of series by the same artist.Artists and Engravers: Condition: Excellent given age. General age related toning and light staining. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: C209-27 The overall size is ca. 2.8 x 3.9 inch. The image size is ca. 2.2 x 2.6 inch. The overall size is ca. 7 x 10 cm. The image size is ca. 5.5 x 6.5 cm. Bookseller Inventory # 32341

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Sorgeloos, C. ; Speeckaert, E. ; Bibliotheca Wittockiana.

Published by Eric Speeckaert, Brussels, first edition, 1990 (1990)

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Item Description: Eric Speeckaert, Brussels, first edition, 1990, 1990. Edition of 800 copies of whch 400 were for sale. Cloth, gilt cover title and cover device, 8vo, 25 cm, 465 pp, ills. From the prospectus: "Published to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Christopher Plantin's death, this catalogue is the most important ever written on the great Antwerp printer, describing 513 printings issued from 1555 to 1589 by the Officina Plantiniana. The collection includes 441 different editions, 69 duplicate copies and 3 reprints. The catalogue is presented in the same manner using the same codes, etc. as the The Plantin Press by Dr. Leon Voet, Honorary Director of the Plantin-Moretus Museum, who wrote the introduction to Labore and Constantia. In Plantin's everlasting fame, Claude Sorgeloos gives a short biography on Plantin and dwells into the world of book-lovers who have collected Plantinian editions ever since the XVIth Century up until today. The catalogue itself gives a full description of each edition, including the title, the collation, the illustration, the binding, the former owners, comments about the work and the author, as well as bibliographical references. It reproduces all the printer's marks used by Plantin and includes in the illustrations all the variants not described before and discovered in the collection, such as editions unknown to Dr. L. Voet and not recorded in the Moretus-Plantin Museum archives, 'ghost' editions coming to light, complete copies, editions with a type-composition reset or with a variant in the illustration. The precious gilt bindings are illustrated too as well as several original bindings made in Germany and others in Belgium, France, England, etc. Lastly, there is a table of concordance between The Plantin Press and Labore et Constantia, which is followed by four indexes, the first one giving the authors, anonymous titles, editors, translators, co-publishers and Printers, the second the owners, the third the designers and engravers, and the fourth the binders." A Presentation Copy inscribed and signed by 'Eric' [Speeckaert] on a preliminary leaf to the bookseller Patrick King. Small white spot to front board, otherwise Near Fine. Prospectus (1 folded sheet, 6 pp) for the book laid in. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-40704

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Item Description: Brüssel E Speeckaert, 1990. Gr.-8vo. 465 S. m. zahlr. teils ganzseitigen Abbildungen. OLwdbd m. Rücken- u. Deckelvergoldung. Ausführlich kommentierter Ausstellungskatalog der Speeckaert-Sammlung zum 500. Todestag Chr. Plantins, mit exakten Kollationen. Der Katalog verzeichnet u.a. "twenty variants or editions unknown to Dr. Voet, ten unique items and around fifty items not preserved in the Plantin-Moretus Museum" (Preface).- Beiliegend: SPEECKAERT, E. De constantia. Ex officina Christophori Plantini. A collection of 60 editions issued by Christopher Plantin. (Antiquariatskatalog). Brüssel, Speeckaert, 1991. (32) S. mit Abb. OKart.- Enthält u.a. 27 neue, nicht in "Labore et Constantia" beschriebene Titel. Sprache: Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 1319543

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SORGELOOS Claude - Leon VOET (introduction)

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Item Description: Brussels, Eric Speeckaert, 1990, in-8°, 465 pp, indices, b/w ills. original blue publisher's cloth. Bookseller Inventory # 38441

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SORGELOOS Claude, intro. Prof. Dr. Leon Voet

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Item Description: 1990 Brussels Eric Speeckaert, 1990. 24,5 x 15,5 cm - 465 pgs - original blue cloth with gold imprint - illustrated in b/wh with titlepages and printer's marks - fine copy. Bookseller Inventory # 02274

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Item Description: B., 1990.In-8, 468 pp. Pleine toile de l'éditeur. Bookseller Inventory # bfdfb143dfe61c2fcb590c60fba9f7eb

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Item Description: Antwerpen Plantin, 1565. 303 Seiten [S. 303 verso mit dem Druckvermerk: "Excvdebat Antverpiae Christophervs Plantinvs Anno M. D. LXV. Idibs Jvlii (d.i. der 15.7.1665)."] Marmorierter Pappband mit goldgeprägtem Titelschildchen, etwas Rückenvergoldung und allseitigem Goldschnitt. (16,6 x 11,2 cm) Kl.8°. - Jason und seine Argonauten, darunter auch Orpheus, rauben mit Medeas Hilfe das Goldene Vlies - Erste Ausgabe. Brunet V, 1046. Ruelens/ de Backer ("Annales plantiniennes") 17 (S. 49). Voet 2408. Sorgeloos ("Labore et Constantia", Collection Speeckaert) 435. Nicht in VD16. Auf dem vorderen Innendeckel von älterer Hand: "Ex libris J. G. L. Gericke", in der schweizerischen Stiftung Bibliothek Werner Oechslin ist ebenfalls ein Titel (223.2.11 1509) mit diesem Besitzvermerk vorhanden. CERL weist mehrere Gerickes nach, jedoch kein Eintrag mit allen Initialen ist passend. Auf dem Innendeckel auch das Exlibris des Barmener Elzevier-Sammlers Fritz W. Weddigen. Mit einem ornamentalen Titelrahmen und der bekannten Druckermarke Plantins mit Zirkel und der Devise "Labore et Constantia", beide gestochen. Die Kapitelanfänge jeweils mit hübscher Schmuckinitiale. Am Schluß ab Seite 189 die Scholien Carrions. Wenige Seiten mit Flecken, das später aufgebundene Bändchen mit leichten Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren. Die Argonautica sind ein Epos des römischen Dichters Gaius Valerius Flaccus (1. Jahrhundert n. Chr.) in acht Büchern über die Fahrt der Argonauten zur Erringung des Goldenen Vlieses. Es handelt sich um eine Nachdichtung der Argonautika des Apollonios von Rhodos, das den Römern in der Übersetzung des Varro Atacinus bereits vertraut war. Diese erste Ausgabe gab der flämische Philologe Louis Carrion (1547 - 1595) aus Brügge nach einem heute verschollenen, ihm jedoch seinerzeit zur Verfügung gestanden habenden Manuskript aus dem 10. Jahrhundert, den nach ihm benannten "Codex Carrionis", heruas. Mit einem Privileg, der mehrseitigen Widmung des Herausgebers an den "großzügigen und gelehrten" (". generoso et erudito viro .") Brüggener Kirchen-Adeligen Jakob Pamelius , einem kurzen Auszug aus einem Werk des Petrus Crinitus[ ] über die lateinischen Dichter und einem Widmungsgedicht eines Franciscus Martinius. Nur 800 Exemplare wurden gedruckt, davon nach Sorgeloos a.a.O. nur drei in belgischen Bibliotheken. Anmerkungen: [ ] Carrion, Louis (1547 - 1595) Datensatzkennung cnp01365749 Ansetzung Carrion, Louis [BNF] [BSB,VD16] [GyFmDB] [GyGoGBV] [plwro] Biographische Daten 1547-1595 Allgemeine Anmerkungen Philologue aus Bru?gge; Belg. Jurist u. Philologe Tätigkeit Intellectual/artistic responsibility: author Language: Latin aus Brügge Flamandzki humanista, prawnik; pochodzi? z Brugii. Geografische Anmerkungen Nationality: France Belgien Internetquelle Online Resource (Display at BnF Catalogue général) Link (h t tp : / /)thesaurus. cerl . o r g /record/cnp01365749 Letzte Änderung: 2014-09-23 Siehe auch Personen Busbecq, Ogier Ghislain de Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. DesAvenelles, Philippe Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Florus, Lucius Annaeus Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Leeuwen, Albert van Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Stadius, Hieronymus Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Stadius, Johannes Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Woutersz, Cornelis Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Quellen Nachgewiesen in [BN Cat. gén.] [Censorini ad. Q. Caerellium de Die natali / Lud. Carrione recensente., 1995 [document électronique : reprod. de l'éd. de 1583]] [Internet : (h t t p)://lcweb.loc. g o v, 1998-06-29] [Kp. Magni Avreli[i] Cassiodori [.] De Orthographia Liber [.]. - Antverpiae, 1589. : Wyd.] [BNF-NA] [LCA online] [Jöcher. - 1750.] [LoC-NA] [- VK-AK, Biogr. Ind. de Belgique] [LoC-NA; VK-AK, Biogr. Ind. de Belgique] [Not found in ABF. - DBF] Werke Busbecq, Ogier Ghislain de: De re militari contra Turcam instituenda consilium. 1595. [ VD16 B 9866 ] Carrion, Louis: Antiquae lectiones. - 1576 Carrion, Louis: Emendationes et observationes. - 1583 Carrion, Louis: Scholia in Sallustii historiarum libros. - 1579 Cassiodorus, Flavi. Bookseller Inventory # a300104045

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