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Schedel, Hartmann:

Published by Köln, Taschen Verlag (2001)

ISBN 10: 3822857254 ISBN 13: 9783822857250

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Item Description: Köln, Taschen Verlag, 2001. 680 Seiten. Mit sehr zahlreichen, farbig faks. Abbildungen. Brauner Velourleder-Einband mit halbseitigem Werbeschutzumschlag. 35x25 cm * Das vorliegende Faksimile der "Weltchronik" erfolgte auf Grundlage des Exemplars der Stiftung Weimarer Klassik/ Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000. Bookseller Inventory # 128128

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Dibner, Bern [notes by]

Published by Burndy Library, NY (1948)

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Item Description: Burndy Library, NY, 1948. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Good++. First Edition. Unpaginated stapled book, with the presentation card intact, binding tight. NO LABELS, INSCRIPTIONS, NOR MARKINGS. Covers sunned. In a protective mylar sleeve. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 005580

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Fragmento de hoja suelta del Liber Chronicarum

Published by Antonius Koberger, Norimbergae (1493)

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Item Description: Antonius Koberger, Norimbergae, 1493. 26x28 cm. Grabado madera (19x22 cm), en el texto, representando a la ciudad de Metz. A la vuelta, retrato de 6 personajes en ambos márgenes, representando, entre otros, a Ptolomeo, Josefo, Estacio, Juvenal, Marcial, etc. Texto en alemán En español. Book in spanish. El pago contrarrembolso lleva un recargo de 2 euros. Bookseller Inventory # 41875

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Liber Chronicarum. [Nuremberg Chronicle]. Single Leaf CCXXXVIII.: Schedel, Hartmann.

Schedel, Hartmann.

Published by Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg: (1493)

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Item Description: Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg:, 1493. First edition. Latin.. Single leaf. Original. Woodcuts of John Wycliffe, John XXIII of Naples, and Martin V, Pope. With some contemporary annotations to outer margins in old ink. Top slightly trimmed, with minor wear, lower edge with dampstains and wear to corners, very minor worm trail to inner margin, overall no affect to text or wooducts, still a nice leaf and suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490?s. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in Koberger?s shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer. Bookseller Inventory # 15202

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Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)

Published by Anton Koberger, Germany (1494)

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Item Description: Anton Koberger, Germany, 1494. Book Condition: Very good condition. First edition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text.This epic history divides human history into seven ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative.This print describes prophets and poets named: Anacharsis, Epimenides, Simonides, Tobias.The verso shows the lineage of Christ. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4" with margins around text, b & w, very clean. Bookseller Inventory # 21655

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Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)

Published by Anton Koberger, Germany (1494)

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Item Description: Anton Koberger, Germany, 1494. Book Condition: Very good condition. First edition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in German by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text.This epic history divides human history into seven ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative.This print shows images of the Emporers Maximinus, Gordianus, Philippus, Decius and describes their reigns. Verso describes the 6th persecution of Christians and lists names of martyrs during this time. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w, some slt marks on the page within the text not affecting legibility. Very clean. Bookseller Inventory # 21661

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Hartmann Schedel:

Published by Nürnberg Anton Koberger 12 Juli Type 9 16 (1493)

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Item Description: Nürnberg Anton Koberger 12 Juli Type 9 16, 1493. Einspaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit sieben Holzschnittportraits auf festem Papier. Blatt im unteren Rand etwas fingerfleckig. Blattgröße: 28,5 x 45,4 cm. Erstausgabe. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. Die Holzschnitte zeigen: Guilhemus placentinus medicus, Guilhelmus durandi Speculator, Nicolaus tercius, Joannes vicesimus, Rudolphus imperator, Conradinus und S. Hegwidis. Bookseller Inventory # 8686

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Hartmann Schedel:

Published by Nürnberg Anton Koberger 12 Juli Type 9 16 (1493)

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Item Description: Nürnberg Anton Koberger 12 Juli Type 9 16, 1493. Einspaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit acht Holzschnittportraits auf festem Papier. Blattgröße: 29 x 40 cm. Erstausgabe. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. Bookseller Inventory # 8332

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Hartmann Schedel:

Published by Nürnberg Anton Koberger 12 Juli Type 9 16 (1493)

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Item Description: Nürnberg Anton Koberger 12 Juli Type 9 16, 1493. Einspaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit sechs Holzschnittportraits auf festem Papier und Wasserzeichen. Blattgröße: 29 x 40 cm. Erstausgabe. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. Bookseller Inventory # 8333

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Schedel, Hartmann.

Published by Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg: (1493)

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Item Description: Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg:, 1493. First edition. Latin.. Single leaf. Minor edge tears, slight loss of corner, no affect. Recto shows text of ancient Rome, Belgica, and Africa. Verso illustrates Noah?s lineage. Suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490?s. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in Koberger?s shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer. Bookseller Inventory # 15093

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Schedel, Hartmann.

Published by George Alt. [Anton Koberger],, Nuremberg: (1493)

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Item Description: George Alt. [Anton Koberger],, Nuremberg:, 1493. First edition. Rare German edition.. Single leaf. Minor dampstain to outer edge, small paper tab on verso top corner, else very nice. Recto with small woodcut of John Wycliffe. Verso with two cuts of John XXII and Martin V. Suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490?s. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in Koberger?s shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer. Bookseller Inventory # 15096

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Liber Chronicarum. [Nuremberg Chronicle]. Single Leaf CCLV.: Schedel, Hartmann.

Item Description: Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg:, 1493. First edition. Latin.. Single leaf. Original. Recto with some minor wear to edges, few foxing spot, clean tear at lower left corner into woodcut, repaired on verso, no affect. Illustrates Johannes Konigsberger, German astronomer, and large cut of the Disturber Preaching against the church. Verso with archival repair tape and lower corner repair. Overall, still a nice leaf and suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490?s. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in Koberger?s shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer. Bookseller Inventory # 15203

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Item Description: Anton Koberger, Germany, 1494. Book Condition: Very good condition. First edition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text.This epic history divides human history into seven ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative.This print has images of martyrs and Popes in the Year of the World 5423/Year of Christ 224. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4" with margins around text, b & w, sml 1/4" closed tear at top of page, not affecting text, very clean. Bookseller Inventory # 21658

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Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)

Published by Anton Koberger, Germany (1494)

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Item Description: Anton Koberger, Germany, 1494. Book Condition: Very good condition. First edition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in German by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text.This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative.This print describes Saint Elizabeth and includes an image of her in the act of giving food and drink to a small emaciated man, who takes shelter under her cloak; and 4 scholars of canon and/or civil law Raymond, Accursius of Florence, Bartholomew of Brescia, Roffredus of Benevento. On the verso describes the antagonism between Pope Innocent the IV and Emperor Frederick, with an image of Pope Innocentius, and Pope Alexander who succeeded him. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w, very clean. Bookseller Inventory # 21672

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Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)

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Item Description: Anton Koberger, Germany, 1494. Book Condition: Very good condition. First edition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text.This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative.This print describes martyrs Policarpus, Praxedes, Felicitas, astronomer Ptolemy, grammarian Aulus Gellius, and heretics Montanus and Apelles and includes 7 small images. The verso describes the Popes Anicetus, Soter, Eleutherius, Victor, Zephyrinus, Calixtus from Year of Christ 174 through 222 with 6 small images. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w with red accents, tide mark at top of page into title not affecting text, otherwise very clean. Bookseller Inventory # 21673

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Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)

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Item Description: Anton Koberger, Germany, 1494. Book Condition: Very good condition. First edition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text.This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative.This page (continuation of page CCXLVII) describes the reign of Emperor Frederick and his son Maximilian in the years before 1486; describes the Franciscan Saint Bernardinus, the Roman jubilee in year 1450 where many people travelled to Rome for forgiveness of sins and the bridge over the river Tiber collapsed; a plaque, eclipse of the sun, earthquake and famine. The verso describes Alphonso, King of Aragon; Cardinal Julianus Cesarinus; Francesco Sforza, 4th duke of Milan; and an eclipse of the sun and includes 4 small images. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w, very clean. Bookseller Inventory # 21670

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Published by Lannoo NV (2004)

ISBN 10: 9020958917 ISBN 13: 9789020958911

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Item Description: Lannoo NV, 2004. Hard Cover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Black boards, silver titles in unclipped dust jacket. 222 pages, Illustrated with photos en texte and colour plates. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 035849

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Schedel, Hartmann.

Published by Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg: (1493)

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Item Description: Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg:, 1493. First edition. Latin.. Single leaf. Trimmed at top and bottom. Minor edge tears, dampstain top corner, pin hole touching one letter. Inner margin tipped on paper. Leaf mispaginated ?XIXX? instead of ?XXIX? Recto illustrates lineage of Greek kings, Isis, Queen of Egypt, The Deucalion Flood, and Job and the Devil. Verso illustrates large cuts of Moses and the Burning Bush and the death of Nadab and Abihu, sons of Aaron, brother to Moses. A highly sought after leaf in the Chronicle. Suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490?s. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in Koberger?s shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer. Bookseller Inventory # 15097

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Liber Chronicarum. Nuremberg Chronicle. Single Leaf. Folio: Schedel, Hartmann.

Item Description: Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg:, 1493. First edition. Latin.. Single leaf. Minor edgewear to inner margin, light dampstain to outer margin, no affect to print or illustrations. Recto shows Hieronymus, patron of theological learning, with other monks. Verso illustrates the SEcond Ecumenical Council hald at Constantinople, Radagasus, king of Goths, Alaric his successor, and Ataulf, realtive of Alaric. Suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490?s. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in Koberger?s shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer. Bookseller Inventory # 15500

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Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemut, Michael; Pörtner, Rudolf

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Item Description: Quantum Books. Gebundene Ausgabe. Das Buch weist keinerlei Mängel oder Gebrauchsspuren auf, gebundenes Buch Latein 5500g. Bookseller Inventory # 390720

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Hartmann Schedel:

Published by Nürnberg Anton Koberger 12 Juli Type 9 16 (1493)

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Item Description: Nürnberg Anton Koberger 12 Juli Type 9 16, 1493. Einspaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit 19 Holzschnittportraits auf festem Papier. Blattgröße: 30,5 x 43,5 cm. Erstausgabe. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. Bookseller Inventory # 9252

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Item Description: Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg:, 1493. First edition. Latin.. Single leaf. Minor wear to outer edges, with small edge tears, tiny ?D? in old ink below woodcut on recto. Recto illustration shows genealogy branches from Canaan (ancestor of Canaanites) and Cush (son of Ham), down to Dedan (descendant of Cush), who, even though the descendants symbolize Ethiopians, is the only one who has negroid features. Verso illustrations show more genealogy and the covering of Noah?s naked body by his sons. Suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490?s. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in Koberger?s shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer. Bookseller Inventory # 15083

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Liber Chronicarum. [Nuremberg Chronicle]. Single Leaf XXXI.: Schedel, Hartmann.

Schedel, Hartmann.

Published by Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg: (1493)

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Item Description: Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg:, 1493. First edition. Latin.. Single leaf. Original. Recto with wear and tear to corners, single contemporary ink note to outer margin, lower left large clean tear through woodcut, repaired. Top trimmed, with minor wear and small hole, no affect. Verso with tape repairs to clean tear (preserving the woodcut on front), also with paper repairs to outer margin. Overall, still a nice leaf and suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490?s. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in Koberger?s shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer. Bookseller Inventory # 15204

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Liber Chronicarum. Nuremberg Chronicle. Single Leaf. Folio: Schedel, Hartmann.

Item Description: Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg:, 1493. First edition. Latin.. Pagination: Single leaf. Minor foxing to outer edges, light dampstain to inner, lower margin corner, verso with repair tape to strengthen margin, no affect. Recto shows portraits of Poggio Florentino, Antonio de Butrio, Jacobus de Folvio, Barbara, queen of Emperor Sigismund and Countess of Cilli. Verso shows portraits of Eugenius IV and Felix V, with an illusration of a facial moon at lower left, representing an eclipse of the sun followed by a number of wars and rebellions. Suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490?s. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in Koberger?s shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer. Bookseller Inventory # 15466

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Item Description: Blattgröße des Holzschnittes: 44,5 x 31,5 cm ( Höhe x Breite ). Die Ansicht zeigt die Stadt Alexandria ( 14 x 23 cm ), Rückseite mit Darstellung von 11 Philosophen und Königen. Das Blatt stärker fleckig, leicht angeknickt, oberer Bereich wasserrandig, die Darstellung der Stadt Alexandria von recht guter Erhaltung. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ). Bookseller Inventory # 11697

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Giacomo Filippo Foresti (Jacobus Philippus de Bergamo):

Published by Venedig Bernardinus Rizus 15 Februar /93 Type 13 14 (1492)

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Item Description: Venedig Bernardinus Rizus 15 Februar /93 Type 13 14, 1492. Einspaltiges, 60-zeiliges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einem Holzschnitt "Troia civitas assyrie" (7,4 x 5,5 cm). 2 Reste von Papiermontagestreifen im Blattrand, Blatt etw. wellig und untere Ecke etw. fingerfleckig. Blattgröße: 20,8 x 30,2 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. Der Holzschnitt zeigt eine Ansicht der zerstörten Stadt Troja. Ein Bild des Inkunabelblattes wird gerne auf Wunsch per email zugesandt. Bookseller Inventory # 4658

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Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)

Published by Anton Koberger, Germany (1494)

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Item Description: Anton Koberger, Germany, 1494. Book Condition: Very good condition. First edition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text.This epic history divides human history into seven ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative.This print is of Papia (now Pavia) in Northern Italy. The image is a generic one used for several cities described in the Nuremberg Chronicle, and shows a walled city with churches on the left and in the background, another walled area or gate to the city up a hill to the right. The verso describes the great philosophers and king of this time: Hermes of Egypt or Mercury, Apuleius of Madaura in Africa, Plotinus, Diogenes of Sinop, Philip the twenty-third king of the Macedonians (father to Alexander the Great). Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w, slt. tide mark in left margin not affecting images. Remarkably clean crisp images. Bookseller Inventory # 21643

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Liber Chronicarum. Nuremberg Chronicle. Single Leaf. Folio: Schedel, Hartmann.

Schedel, Hartmann.

Published by Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg: (1493)

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Item Description: Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg:, 1493. First edition. Latin.. Single leaf. Some wear to outer margin, dampstain to outer margin and crease to lower corner, lower portion lightly trimmed, no affect. Recto shows large woodcut of fantasy view of England (Anglie Provincia). Verso shows genealogy of David with Solomon and Queen Sheba. Sutable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490?s. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in Koberger?s shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer. Bookseller Inventory # 15084

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Schedel, Hartmann.

Published by George Alt. [Anton Koberger],, Nuremberg: (1493)

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Item Description: George Alt. [Anton Koberger],, Nuremberg:, 1493. First edition. Rare German edition.. Single leaf. Minor edge tears, soiling. Bottom portion of leaf repaired lacks text on recto and corner of woodcut on verso, minor pin hole to outer margin. Recto text reads on a history of Nuremberg. Verso illustrates full page woodcut of Jesus Christ and His Apostles. Suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490?s. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in Koberger?s shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer. Bookseller Inventory # 15088

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Item Description: Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg:, 1493. First edition. Latin.. Single leaf. Trimmed at top and bottom. Edge tears at lower margins, just touching text on recto, but no affect. Contemporary ink notes at top corner of recto, paper repair at top corner, no affect, light dampstains at top. Recto is text about the history of Germany. Verso illustrates large woodcut of Pope Aeneas Silvio Piccolomini (Pius II) meeting Frederick III for coronation as Holy Roman Emperor in 1452. Suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490?s. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in Koberger?s shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer. Bookseller Inventory # 15098

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