Results (1 - 17) of 17

Show results for

Product Type


Refine by

Condition

Binding

Collectible Attributes

Seller Location

Seller Rating

About this Item: München, Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1975. 8°, weiße illustrierte OBrosch. Mit schwaez-weiß Abbildungen, 330 Seiten, Gutes Exemplar mit gestempeltem Besitzvermerk. Humanistische Bibliothek. Abhandlungen, Texte, Skripten. Reihe II: Texte Band 18 Sprache: Deutsch. Seller Inventory # 50288

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 1.

About this Item: Wilhelm Fink, München, 1975. Broschiert. Humanistische Bibliothek. Abhandlungen, Texte, Skripten. Reihe II: Texte Band 18. 330 S. Broschur. Mit schw.-w. Abb. gebräunt, Exemplar aus Raucherhaushalt. 600 Gramm. Buch. Seller Inventory # 44606

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 2.

Add to Basket
US$ 57.23
Convert currency
Shipping: US$ 9.26
From Germany to U.S.A.
Destination, rates & speeds

About this Item: Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink Vlg. 1988., 1988. 271 S. Br. Seller Inventory # 76107

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 3.

De remediis utriusque Fortunae libri duo. Eiusdem: Petrarca, Francesco:

Petrarca, Francesco:

Published by Rotterdam, Arnold Leers, 1649. (1649)

Used

Quantity Available: 1

From: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek (München, Germany)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add to Basket
US$ 238.47
Convert currency
Shipping: US$ 11.52
From Germany to U.S.A.
Destination, rates & speeds

About this Item: Rotterdam, Arnold Leers, 1649., 1649. 12°, circa 13,3 x 8,4 cm. 17 (st. 18) Bll., 824 SS., 13 Bll. Pergament d. Zt. "Graesse V, 235; Hortis 161. Spätere Rotterdamer Ausgabe des philosophischen Hauptwerkes von Petrarca (1304-1374) über den Umgang mit beiderlei (also widrigem, wie günstigem) Geschick. "In seinem unablässigen Grübeln über den rätselhaften Charakter des Lebens und in dem Verlangen, ihm durch virtus und ratio beizukommen, liegt der entscheidende Zug dieses ersten Handbuchs humanistischer Moralphilosophie" (Ueberweg III, 10). Hier ist zusätzlich der nicht für die Veröffentlichung gedachte Dialog "Secretum" abgedruckt, in dem Petrarca ein fiktives Gespräch mit Augustinus über das Böse wiedergibt und sodann seine eigenen Fehler, seine Acedia, seine Liebe zu Laura und seine Ruhmsucht diskutiert. - Nur mit Drucktitel, ohne Kupfertitel (im Preis deutlich berücksichtigt!), sonst komplett. Kleiner, alter Besitzvermerlk, wenig gebräunt oder berieben, nur zu Beginn schwacher Wasserrand, gut erhalten. - Rare Edition of two philosophic works by Petrarca. With typographic title only, lacking engraved title (price reduced accordingly), otherwise complete and well preserved. Small, old owner s inscription, little browning, light staining only for the first leaves, slightly rubbed, else fine. ". Seller Inventory # 18122

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 4.

Weidtz, Hans the younger (before 1500-1536).

Art / Print / Poster

Quantity Available: 1

From: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur (Den Haag, Netherlands)

Seller Rating: 4-star rating

Add to Basket
US$ 259.68
Convert currency
Shipping: US$ 16.79
From Netherlands to U.S.A.
Destination, rates & speeds

About this Item: Woodcut illustration from the 'De remediis utriusque fortunae' published in Augsburg 1532. The book is a collection of small tales by Francesco Petrarca. This plate would illustrate the 12th tale from the third book, representing a man losing his money. Woodcut on paper, on verso text in letterpress; total: 107 x 160 mm; in outstanding condition; Thieme Becker XXXV, p. 269. Seller Inventory # 62025

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 5.

About this Item: Officina Arnoldi Leers, Rotterdam, 1649. fester Einband. (LX), 824, (26) S. (14 cm) späterer schlapper, neutraler Pergamenteinband von laienhafter Hand. Eher schlechter Zustand: in der Titelei ein wiederholter alter Stempel der Bibliothek einer ungarischen Theol. Akademie; Seitenränder durch feuchteeinfluß schmal gebräunt; einige Seiten am Rand angeschmutzt, wenige ehem. verklebt, dadurch dort Textverlust (beiliegend ein handschr. Zettel, dem die verlorenen Wörter zur vollst. Lektüre zu entnehmen sind); sonst ordentlich. Seitenbestand vollständig. ///// Mittelalterliche Colloquien-Literatur; im ersten Buch unterhält sich die Ratio mit Gaudium und Spes, im zweiten mit dem Dolor. Das angehängte Buch De Contemptu Mundi ((Secretum meum)) ist ein Dialog zwischen D. Augustinus und Petrarca. Seller Inventory # 34678

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 6.

Petrarca -

Published by Genevae, Jacob Stoer. (1645)

Used

Quantity Available: 1

Add to Basket
US$ 286.16
Convert currency
Shipping: US$ 17.36
From Germany to U.S.A.
Destination, rates & speeds

About this Item: Genevae, Jacob Stoer., 1645. Editio quinta. Ca. 12 x 7,5 cm. [16] S., 728 S., [32] Seiten. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handgeschriebenem Rückenschild. Text in Latein. Paginierung teils fehlerhaft. Seiten etwas gebräunt und teils am oberen Rand knapp beschnitten (mit Anschnitt des Seitentitel bzw. der Paginierung). Sprache: latein. Seller Inventory # 36240AB

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 7.

Petrarca, Francesco.

Published by Budae: Verl LeopoldiFrancisci Landerer (1756)

Used

Quantity Available: 1

From: Kunst & Graphik Kabinett (Pfaffenhofen, Germany)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add to Basket
US$ 333.85
Convert currency
Shipping: US$ 11.52
From Germany to U.S.A.
Destination, rates & speeds

About this Item: Budae: Verl LeopoldiFrancisci Landerer, 1756. II/X/719 S., Gr. Kl.8°, Pergament (orig.), Zust. berieben und bestoßen. philosophischen Hauptwerkes von Petrarca (1304-1374) über den Umgang mit beiderlei (also widrigem, wie günstigem) Geschick. "In seinem unablässigen Grübeln über den rätselhaften Charakter des Lebens und in dem Verlangen, ihm durch virtus und ratio beizukommen, liegt der entscheidende Zug dieses ersten Handbuchs humanistischer Moralphilosophie" (Ueberweg III, 10). De remediis utriusque fortunae besteht aus zwei Teilen: einem Heilmittel für Wohlstand, und ein anderes für Widrigkeiten. Sein Argument ist, dass das, was allgemein anerkannt als Glück genannt wird in der Tat wertlos und elend ist, in der Erwägung, dass, was allgemein ein Unglück oder eine Katastrophe ist, ist eigentlich die vorbereiten für einen guten Tod, und eine Hilfe bei der Erreichung der Erlösung. Die Arbeit ist als Dialog aufgebaut, eine Form der Einleitung theologischer Bücher im Mittelalter. Grund Debatten Freude und Hoffnung in Teil Eins, Trauer und Angst in Teil Zwei. Weit über hundert Beispiele sind in jedem Teil aufgeführt, und es werden Aspekte des Glücks und des Unglücks im Detail diskutiert. De remediis utriusque fortunae (1354-66, Erstdruck 1468; dt. u. a. Heilmittel gegen Glück und Unglück) Späte in Budapest 1756 gedruckte Ausgabe. [2979] 1200 gr. Seller Inventory # B2979

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 8.

Francisci Petrarchae De remediis utriusque Fortunae Libri: Pétrarque, François

Pétrarque, François

Published by Roterodami, Ex Officina Arnoldi Leers. (1649)

Used
Hardcover

Quantity Available: 1

From: Calepinus, la librairie latin-grec (La Chèvrerie, France)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add to Basket
US$ 345.77
Convert currency
Shipping: US$ 11.00
From France to U.S.A.
Destination, rates & speeds

About this Item: Roterodami, Ex Officina Arnoldi Leers., 1649. Couverture rigide. Condition: Bon. Page de titre : Francisci Petrarchae Poëtae oratorique clarissimi, De remediis utriusque Fortunae, Libri duo, Ejusdem De Contemptu Mundi Colloquiorum Liber, quem secretum suum inscripsit. Editio nova ac melior. Cum indicibus duobus, altero Dialogorum, altero Rerum. Pétrarque (1304-1374). Dans l'Italie savante et cléricale du XIVe siècle, Pétrarque est à l'avant-garde de l'esprit humaniste renaissant. Très tôt initié aux textes classiques de Cicéron et d'Ovide, sa culture cléricale a su très tôt s'ouvrir aux grandes idées philosophiques. L'oeuvre de Pétrarque retentit de ces différents échos. Des ouvrages en latin tels que Africa (1338-1342), Secretum meum (1342-1358), De vita solitaria (1346-1356) et De otio religiosorum ont certes contribué à la célébrité de l'humaniste, mais sa postérité, Pétrarque la doit à son Canzoniere (Rerum vulgarium fragmenta). Le recueil, qui va marquer l'histoire du lyrisme pour très longtemps. Le De Contemptu Mundi ou Secretum est la plus ancienne (vers 1342). Il se compose de trois dialogues où le poète se fait reprocher par saint Augustin sa vanité, son ambition, son amour même pour Laure. Nul n'a mieux décrit que lui-même cette mélancolie sans cause qui venait assombrir ses plus beaux jours, ces vaines aspirations vers le bien. Dans le premier livre de De Remediis utriusque fortunae (écrit vers 1360-66) l'auteur fait connaître les remèdes contre la prospérité; dans le second, ceux contre l'adversité. Chaque livre se divise en un grand nombre de brefs dialogues entre des personnages allégoriques (Joie, Espérance et Raison, dans le premier livre. Douleur, Crainte et Raison dans le second). en latin [36] + 824 pages + [26] Plein vélin à rabats en bon état, dos lisse avec le titre écrit à la main. Etiquette de bibliothèque en bas du dos. Lacets apparents. Frontispice pleine page avec le titre inséré en cartouche dans le haut de l'illustration. Vignette gravée sur la page de titre. 8 x 14. Seller Inventory # EAL-240608-09

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 9.

PETRARCA, Francesco,

Published by Ex typographia Iacobi Stoer,, Genf, (1628)

Used

Quantity Available: 1

From: Vico Verlag und Antiquariat Dr. Otto (Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

Seller Rating: 4-star rating

Add to Basket
US$ 417.31
Convert currency
Shipping: US$ 11.52
From Germany to U.S.A.
Destination, rates & speeds

About this Item: Ex typographia Iacobi Stoer,, Genf, 1628. Editio quinta. Genf, Ex typographia Iacobi Stoer, 1628. Duodez. Ttlbl.mit Abbildung von Petrarcha, 12nn.Bll., 728, (32) S. Gut erhaltener, zeitgenössischer Pergamentband. Gut erhaltener, zeitgenössischer Pergamentband. Seller Inventory # 12614AB

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 10.

Petrach; Dobson, Mrs. [Matthew] [Susannah Dawson].

Published by John Stockdale, London (1791)

Used
Hardcover
First Edition

Quantity Available: 1

Add to Basket
US$ 425.00
Convert currency
Shipping: US$ 4.75
Within U.S.A.
Destination, rates & speeds

About this Item: John Stockdale, London, 1791. Hardcover. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Xiii [Including Half-Title], 15-359,+ 5 Pp Index At End. Original Speckled Calf, Possibly Tree Calf, With Surreal Central Portrait On Front And Back Covers, Elaborately Gilt Spine, Gilt Edges Of Boards, Black Morocco Title Label, Odd Gilt Heraldic Label At Top Of Spine (Head Held Aloft By Sword And Arm) , Apparently Lacking Front Endpaper As Book Begins With The Half Title. Binding Worn But Leather Recently Refreshed, Labels Intact And Gilt Bright, Fraying At Corners, Front Joint And Hinge Partly Cracked But Outer Leather Joints Recently Neatly Repaired, Traces Of Removal Of Large Bookplate On Front Pastedown, No Names Or Marks, Pages Clean With Just A Few Spots Of Foxing, Small Hand Colored Bookseller's Ticket Of Hunt Books/ 1928/ Southborough/ Kent England, 1 1/2" Tear At Spine Edge Of Half Title. Frances Burney Mentions That In 1780 Susannah Dobson (Circa 1742-1795) Was Ambitious To Get Into Mrs Thrale's Circle, But The Latter Was Not Keen: "Mrs Dobson. Persecutes Me Strangely As If With Violent & Undesired Friendship; Yet Mrs Lewis Says She Is Jealous." One Modern View Of What Thrale Wrote Is That It Implied Dobson Was A Lesbian. Burney Wrote Of Her, "Though Coarse, Low-Bred, Forward, Self-Sufficient, And Flaunting, She Seems To Have A Strong Masculine Understanding." Susannah's Husband, Dr. Matthew Dobson, Had Become Mrs Thrale's Physician. Samuel Johnson, However, Praised Her As "The Directress Of Rational Conversation". In 1775 Dobson Published In Two Volumes Her Life Of Petrarch, Collected From "Mémoires Pour La Vie De François Petrarch" (By Jacques-François De Sade). According To A Modern Account, In "Rendering Down The Abbé De Sade's Massive French Original, She Probes The Actions And Feelings Of Another Age." Among Her Contemporaries Who Praised It Were The Novelists Clara Reeve And Elizabeth Benger. It Was Reprinted In 1777, And Several Times Up To A Sixth Edition In 1805. She Claimed In 1780 That It Had Earned Her £400. Her Second Work Was A Translation Of Sainte-Palaye's Literary History Of The Troubadours, 1779. In 1784 She Translated The Same Author's Memoirs Of Ancient Chivalry, And In 1791 This Book, Petrarch's De Remediis Utriusque Fortunae, As "Petrarch's View Of Human Life.". Seller Inventory # 029595

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 11.

PETRARCA Francesco (Arezzo 1304 - Arquà 1374)

Published by LUTETIÆ, APUD GULIELMUM CAVELLAT, SB PINGUI GALLINA, EX ADVERSO COLLEGIJ CAMERACENSIS, 1557 (1557)

Used
Hardcover

Quantity Available: 1

Add to Basket
US$ 417.31
Convert currency
Shipping: US$ 46.30
From Italy to U.S.A.
Destination, rates & speeds

About this Item: LUTETIÆ, APUD GULIELMUM CAVELLAT, SB PINGUI GALLINA, EX ADVERSO COLLEGIJ CAMERACENSIS, 1557, 1557. coeva in piena pergamena. Condition: Buone. Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida, dorso a tre nervi rilevati con autore e titolo breve manoscritti a uno scomparto, tagli spruzzati. Antica nota manoscritta la recto del foglio di carta bianco; 811 pagine numerate, compreso il frontespizio che presenta una lacuna verticale di qualche millimetro (lontano dal testo) lungo il lato interno con riattaccatura mediante linguetta di carta; 1 pagina bianca; 11 pagine non numerate di indici; 1 pagina bianca con antiche annotazioni di possesso. All'interno, a pagina 428, angolo superiore destro riattaccato a seguito di lacerazione e rinforzo lungo il lato esterno mediante linguetta di carta. Testo in latino e carattere corsivo, inquadrato all'interno di filetti a penna con inchiostro  color mattone. " Consta di numerosi dialoghi divisi in due libri: il primo (122 dialoghi tra Ragione, Gaudio e Speranza) presenta i rimedi contro i pericoli che derivano dalla fortuna favorevole, il secondo (131 dialoghi tra Ragione, Dolore e Timore) quelli contro i mali della sfortuna. E' un'opera in cui è pressoché assente l'intento di sistematicità: in essa, ricollegandosi all'antica etica stoica, Petrarca precisa il senso di quel rapporto tra virtù e fortuna che avrà grande rilievo in tutta la cultura umanistica e che troverà una esemplare rielaborazione in Machiavelli." (Italica). Esemplare in buone condizioni complessive, salvo i due piccoli difetti segnalati al frontespizio e alla pagina 428, qualche lieve gora marginale a poche pagine, macchia di cera (?) al piatto  anteriore della legatura. 0. Seller Inventory # 1438

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 12.

Add to Basket
US$ 655.78
Convert currency
Shipping: US$ 31.26
From Italy to U.S.A.
Destination, rates & speeds

About this Item: Pesnot, Lugduni, 1584. . Iam denuo accuratius quam antea ab innumeris mendis repugnati et emendati. Un volume in 16mo (8X12 cm) di 884-(10) pagine. Piena pergamena coeva, tracce di legacci, titolo e data manoscritti al dorso. Firma di possesso alla pagina bianca di Costanzo Martinelli (poeta perugino del XVII secolo); la stessa firma al margine basso della pagina di titolo è parzialmente erasa. Bell'esemplare di questa stampa lionese "tascabile" del trattato petrarchesco. " Consta di numerosi dialoghi divisi in due libri: il primo (122 dialoghi tra Ragione, Gaudio e Speranza) presenta i rimedi contro i pericoli che derivano dalla fortuna favorevole, il secondo (131 dialoghi tra Ragione, Dolore e Timore) quelli contro i mali della sfortuna. E' un'opera in cui è pressoché assente l'intento di sistematicità: in essa, ricollegandosi all'antica etica stoica, Petrarca precisa il senso di quel rapporto tra virtù e fortuna che avrà grande rilievo in tutta la cultura umanistica e che troverà una esemplare rielaborazione in Machiavelli." (Italica). Seller Inventory # 009293

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 13.

About this Item: Rotterdam (Roterodami), Ex officina Arnoldi Leers, 1649., 1649. 12mo. (XXXVI),824,(26 index),(2 blank) p. Overlapping vellum. 14 cm (Ref: STCN ppn 840099045; Brunet 4,567; Graesse 5,235) (Details: 5 thongs laced through the joints. Woodcut printer's mark on the title, the motto reads 'Labore et Vigilantia'; the mark depicts a woman, Vigilantia, holding an open book in her left hand and an oil lamp in her right; At her feet a crane; the element 'labor' is represented by a ploughing farmer in the background. Leers used 8 different versions of this mark) (Condition: Short title in ink on the back. In smaller and fading type has been written on the upper board 'Sc. et Fort'. Bookplate on the front pastedown. Ownership entry on the front flyleaf. Stamp on the verso of this flyleaf, and 2 stamps on the title. Paper slightly yellowing) (Note: Petrarca, 1304-1374, is of course known as the father of the Renaissance and for his Italian poetry; still most of his writings were in Latin. His 'De remediis utriusque fortunae' is a collection of 254 Latin dialogues. 'The dialogues, completed towards the end of Petrarch's life, are treasure-chests of wisdom and humour which, despite the passing of six centuries, have not lost their relevance. They display remarkably lucid ideas that are cogently expressed. Drawing on classical sources, Petrarch expounded on refinement in taste and intellect, on finesse and propriety in speech and style. The writing is a bouquet of moral philosophy, set out to show how thought and deed can generate happiness on the one hand, or sorrow and disillusionment on the other. In a recurring theme throughout the dialogues, Petrarch advises humility in prosperity and fortitude in adversity'. (Wikipedia). Petrarca's model was Boetius' 'De philosophiae Consolatione'. § At the end of our edition has been added the 'Secretum', or 'My Secret', a dialogue between Petrarca and the Church Father Augustinus, which may considered to be an attempt to reconcile his Renaissance humanism with his christian faith. The 'De remediis' is preceded by a short biography. This biography contains a bibliographic riddle: page **1 recto of the preliminary pages, repeats partly in smaller type, part of the text of the preceding page *12 verso) (Provenance: This book is linked three times to the French city Lyon. The oval armorial stamp on the title, 'Ex bibliotheca J. Richard M.D.' belongs to Jacques Richard, 1744-1812, M.D (Medicus Doctor). 'Il fit ses études à Paris, où il fut reçu docteur en chirurgie. Il exerça à Montbard, Avignon, puis à Lyon. Sa bibliothèque fut vendue aux enchères en 1812'. (Source: 'Numelyo - bibliothèque numérique de Lyon', 'Collections', 'Provenance des livres anciens'). In an obituary published on the 10th of March 1812 in the 'Journal de Lyon' we read that this learned medicin spoke Latin fluently. § The bookplate on the front pastedown, 'Ex libris Joannis-Baptistae Marduel, ad S. Nicetium Lugdunensem Vicarii', belonged to Jean-Baptiste Marduel, 1762-1848, who was one of the most enthusiast book collectors in Lyon at the beginning of the 19th century. From 1803 he worked as 'premier vicaire' at Saint-Nizier, one of the main churches in Lyon. His private library, which filled the whole presbytery, consisted of 13 to 14000 volumes. In 1836 he sold his collection to two religious orders for a symbolic price, and on the condition that they would never sell them. (P. Woetmann Chistoffersen, 'French Music in the early sixteenth century', Copenhagen, 1994, p. 10/12) § A small oval stamp on the title, 'Domus Lugdunensis S(ocietatis)' indicates the next owner, the order of the Jesuits at Lyon. The order was banished again in France in 1880, and had to close its schools and institutions. § On the front flyleaf in ink the name of an earlier owner: 'Bartholomaeus B. Cromhout, Ao 1662, Octob.' Part of Cromhouts library was auctioned in 1703, in which year was published in Amsterdam: 'Bibliotheca Cromhoutiana sive Catalogus Elegantissimus, Rarissimorum and Curiosissimorum omnis Generis Libroru. Seller Inventory # 151898

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 14.

PETRARCA F.

Published by PER DOMINUM BERNARDINUM STAGNINUM DE TRIDINO MONTISFERRATI. ANNO DOMINI M.D. XXXVI, Venetiis (1536)

Used
Hardcover

Quantity Available: 1

Add to Basket
US$ 763.09
Convert currency
Shipping: US$ 37.04
From Italy to U.S.A.
Destination, rates & speeds

About this Item: PER DOMINUM BERNARDINUM STAGNINUM DE TRIDINO MONTISFERRATI. ANNO DOMINI M.D. XXXVI, Venetiis, 1536. Rilegato. Condition: ottimo. EDIZIONE MINUSCOLA. PETRARCA F. DE REMEDIIS UTRIUSQUE FORTUNAE. LIB. II. VENETIIS, PER DOMINUM BERNARDINUM STAGNINUM DE TRIDINO MONTISFERRATI. ANNO DOMINI M.D. XXXVI. 1536.[Minuscolo-Figurato] ( Cm. 11) tutta pergamena fine sec. XVI con unghie e tracce di lacci. Titolo al dorso, piatto posteriore con tarli. --- cc. 422 nnum. ( 2 bianche in fine, delle quali una manca e l' altra usata come sguardia) in fine bella, grande marca tipografica a fondo nero. Edizione minuscola rarissima. Manca all' ADAMS, MORANTI, BRUNET, ed ESSLING. Stampata con eleganti e nitidi caratteri. Al frontis bella xilografia ( cm. 4x6,5) con S. BERNARDINO, che è la stessa dell' edizione di Dante del 1512 ( CHOIX 4392), ma con la figura volta a destra anzichè a sinistra. La marca tipografica invece è a fondo nero mentre nel Dante è a fondo rosso. ( KRISTELLER 309 III ). Antico rinforzo al frontis per qualche tarlo, che interessa pure le ultime 6 carte, le ultime due delle quali, gravemente danneggiate dai tarli, ma restaurabili. Peraltro esemplare molto bello e nitido. --- CHOIX 5037;--- FERRAZZI p. 230;--- GRAESSE V 235;--- SANDER 5593;--- BM. STC. 506. Il CENSUS ICCU registra solo 6 copie presenti nelle biblioteche Italiane.[f14]. Seller Inventory # 000125

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 15.

De Remediis Utriusque Fortunae.: PETRARCA Francesco

PETRARCA Francesco

Published by (in fine, colophon:) Impressum Cremonae, Bernardinus de Misintis et Caesar Parmensis, anno incarnationis dominice 1492, die 17 mensis Novembris, (Cremona 1492), (1492)

Used
Hardcover

Quantity Available: 1

Add to Basket
US$ 8,942.45
Convert currency
Shipping: US$ 15.05
From Italy to U.S.A.
Destination, rates & speeds

About this Item: (in fine, colophon:) Impressum Cremonae, Bernardinus de Misintis et Caesar Parmensis, anno incarnationis dominice 1492, die 17 mensis Novembris, (Cremona 1492), 1492. Condition: molto buono. in-folio, ff. 164 (primo e ultimo f. bianchi mancanti; segn.: *3, a-b8, c-z6, A-B6, C7); leg. coeva in piena pergamena floscia (con antichi restauri). Carattere romano; spazi per lettere guida, impresa dei tipografi al verso del f. 164. Prima edizione impressa in Italia del ''De remediis utriusque fortunae'' (apparso per la prima volta a Colonia intorno al 1470); l'opera, composta da Petrarca tra 1345 e 1366 e dedicata ad Azzo da Correggio, ? un lungo dialogo a sfondo pessimista tra la Ragione, il Gaudio, la Speranza, il Timore e il Dolore. Precedono il testo una Tabula dei contenuti e una lettera al ''Marchisinum Stangham''. Importante opera stampata a Cremona dai prototipografi Bernardinus de Misintis e Caesar Parmensis; i due stampatori lavorarono insieme tra 1492 e 1493, della loro attivit? congiunta si conoscono solo sei opere. Buon esemplare a grandi margini (lievi aloni d'umido nel margine inferiore degli ultimi ff.); rare postille coeve marginali e due parole in inchiostro bruno al primo f.) Goff P409. HC 12793*. BMC VII 956. IGI 7578. Hortis 338. Vaticana Incunabuli, P171. Seller Inventory # 0000000002845

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 16.

PETRARCA Francesco

Published by (in fine, colophon:) Impressum Cremonae, Bernardinus de Misintis et Caesar Parmensis, anno incarnationis dominice 1492, die 17 mensis Novembris, (Cremona 1492), (1492)

Used
Hardcover

Quantity Available: 1

Add to Basket
US$ 8,942.45
Convert currency
Shipping: US$ 15.05
From Italy to U.S.A.
Destination, rates & speeds

About this Item: (in fine, colophon:) Impressum Cremonae, Bernardinus de Misintis et Caesar Parmensis, anno incarnationis dominice 1492, die 17 mensis Novembris, (Cremona 1492), 1492. Condition: molto buono. in-folio, ff. /1 bianco), 164 (ultimo bianco mancante; segn.: *4, a-b8, c-z6, A-B6, C7); legatura in pergamena, capitelli passanti, titolo ms. al dorso. Carattere romano; spazi per lettere guida, impresa dei tipografi al verso del f. 164. Prima edizione impressa in Italia del ''De remediis utriusque fortunae'' (apparso per la prima volta a Colonia intorno al 1470); l'opera, composta da Petrarca tra 1345 e 1366 e dedicata ad Azzo da Correggio, è un lungo dialogo a sfondo pessimista tra la Ragione, il Gaudio, la Speranza, il Timore e il Dolore. Precedono il testo una Tabula dei contenuti e una lettera al ''Marchisinum Stangham''. Importante opera stampata a Cremona dai prototipografi Bernardinus de Misintis e Caesar Parmensis; i due stampatori lavorarono insieme tra 1492 e 1493, della loro attività congiunta si conoscono solo sei opere. Esemplare a grandi margini, abilmente rinfrescato (lievi aloni d'umido, restauro al margine inferiore bianco del sestultimo foglio, alcune tracce di polvere). Goff P409. HC 12793*. BMC VII 956. IGI 7578. Hortis 338. Vaticana Incunabuli, P171. Seller Inventory # 0000000041327

More information about this seller | Contact this seller 17.

Results (1 - 17) of 17