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VERGILIUS MARO, PUBLIUS.

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Descripción: Paris, Nicolas Couteau pour Galliot du Pre, 1529. 1529 FIRST EDITION thus, ff. [ii], 232, I4 bound before I3. Lettre B‰tarde in double columns, Latin text in side notes, woodcut white on black and grotesque initials, title-page printed in red and black with large grotesque initial L in VŽrard style, Gailot du PrŽ's woodcut architectural title border in four parts, Gailot du PrŽ's name and shield with horse in lower block (Renouard 263 lower portion), two large half page woodcut illustrations with a further 30 woodcut illustrations in text in various sizes, 'Maurus de Gounel, Genus?' in contemporary hand on title, autograph 'Constantine' in slightly later hand beneath, C19 armorial bookplate of the Earl of Macclesfield on pastedown, Shirburn Castle blindstamp to head of first two ll. Title fractionally trimmed in lower and upper margins, title and verso of last slightly dusty, light waterstains to lower margins, heavier on last few leaves, a few ink stains and the occasional thumb mark. A very good copy in English early eighteenth-century speckled calf, covers bordered with triple gilt rule, large gilt fleurons to corners, spine gilt in compartments with central fleurons, raised bands, gilt tan morocco title label, all edges speckled red. Rare first collected edition of the works of Vergil in French, in the verse translation of Guillaume Michel de Tours for the Eclogues and Georgics and Octovien de Saint-Gelais for the Aeneid. The individual titles had been published in separate editions, all three of which are exceptionally rare; 'Les Eneydes' by Octovien de Saint-Gelais in 1509, 'Les Bucoliques' in 1516 and 'Les Georgicques' 1519 both by Guillaume Michel. This collection of the works was republished in 1532 and 1540. Both the translators were poets of some note, both Rhetoriqueurs, the name generally given to the group of poets active from approximately 1450 to 1530, between Villon and Clement Marot (including Chastellain, Meschonot, Molinet, Gringore, CrŽtin, Jean Lemaire de Belges, Jean Marot, and Jean Bouchet, who was still writing in 1550). St.-Gelais and Michel shared an intense preoccupation with rhetoric; it was as 'l'art de seconde rhŽtorique' that they classified poetry. Both were prolific and extremely influential translators of classical texts. Octovien de Saint-Gelais had considerable, knowledge of the literature of antiquity, and an eagerness to display it, sometimes leading to an excessive use of Latinisms in pursuit of a high style. His work in general concentrates on purely formal devices, such as elaborate rhyme schemes (rimes lŽonines, couronnŽes, encha"nŽes, ŽquivoquŽes), alliteration, puns, rebus, and other types of puzzles. All this is sometimes (inevitably) at the expense of clarity. The Rhetoriqueurs influence on Renaissance poetry, with all its formal experimentation, was considerable. Rabelais too, with his love of puns and lists, can be seen as a direct heir. There had been an earlier anonymous translation of The Aeneid published before Saint Gelais' but it was really a reworking of the text rather than a translation. "Influenced by the philological impulse of the earlier Humanists, sixteenth-century translators are almost universally concerned to demonstrate the fidelity and accuracy of their versions. The prose 'remaniement' of Vergil, close to a romance, which appeared anonymously in 1483 was challenged in 1509 by the posthumous publication of Octavien de Saint-Gelais' verse translation composed with the intention 'to translate this book from its lofty distinguished Latin word-for-word and as closely as possible'." The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism. The works of Vergil had been published numerous times in France but no edition was more influential on French Renaissance literature than this poetical translation that brought Vergil's work to a much wider audience. It was unequalled until Clement Marot's version was published in 1577.Most, if not all, of the woodcuts used in this volume are. Nº de ref. de la librería 15862

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Descripción: Jean Barbier for Franois Regnault, 1515. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Fine. Folio: 28.5 x 21 cm. [8], 106 ff; [8], 290, [7] ff. Collation: I. [ ]8, a-z8, &8, [con]6, [rum]6; II. [rum]8, A-Z8, Aa-Mm8, Nn10, aaa8 (lacking blank leaf aaa8) A rare Parisian Vergil, printed by Jean Barbier for Franois Regnault. The colophon reads: Ex officina Ioannis barbier: impendio Francisci Regnault .xi. Kal. Iulias Anni ab redemptione humana. M.DXV. As stated on the title page, this copy was part of the allotment of copies to be sold by Denis Roce. There is another state of the title page with Regnault's device and the notice Venundatur a Francisco Regnault sub signo divi Claudii. VERY RARE. This only the second complete copy that I have handled in 15 years. Renouard, Josse Badius Ascensius, III, p. 368 ; Mambelli, Gli annali delle edizioni Virgiliane, (Firenze, 1954), 131; Adams V-467 This copy is bound in its original binding of one-third alum-tawed pigskin over quarter-sawn, beveled wooden boards. The pigskin is ruled and tooled in blind with attractive vine-work rolls. The clasps are missing but the original brass catch-plates are preserved. Aside from some soiling, minor signs of wear and a few scattered wormholes to the boards, the binding is very well preserved. Internally, this is a fine, complete copy with wide margins and some deckled edges. The general title page and the divisional title page for the Aeneid are both printed in red and black, with historiated woodcut borders and Denis Roce's printer's device featuring two heraldic griffins. There are numerous white-on-black initials throughout the text. Two readers have annotated this copy. The first reader, presumably the first owner, has added notes, underscores, and marginal glosses in red throughout the first volume, with particular emphasis on some of the poems in the spurious poems. The second reader, a later owner, has annotated the second volume (Aeneid) in black in a similar fashion. Two clean tears to the first title page have been mended, without loss. There is a light stain to the outer margin of the first signature and a few worm holes (just pin-pricks, no trails) to the final few leaves. The lower blank margin of the second leaf has been neatly torn away, without affecting the text. Aside from these minor faults, a wonderful copy of a book rarely found complete, let alone in its original binding, unwashed, unpressed, and with wide margins. Nº de ref. de la librería 2115D

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Vergilius Maro, Publius - VIRGIL.] Ogilby, John

Editorial: Thomas Warren for the Author, London (1654)

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Descripción: Thomas Warren for the Author, London, 1654. Estado de conservación: Very Good. John Ogilby Ilustrador. Tall paper copy, early issue. Colombier quarto (443 x 288 mm overall, the pages 430 x 272 mm). Later mottled calf covers tooled in blind, outer frames of double rules with small palmette roll, polished inner panel framed with elaborate floral roll and large corner fleurons, rebacked spine in eight compartments, one gilt-lettered, the others with large gilt central device between gilt rules and rolls. Collates 2 ll. (portrait, frontispiece), 4 ll. (title, dedication, life of Virgil), 1 l. (first plate of Bucolicks, inserted before B1), B(4)-Dddd(4), 1 l. (plate inserted after Rr3), 2 ll. (map inserted after Pp1 rather than after Y1): pp. [vii], 1-586 (i.e., 576 pp., the pagination jumping from 488 to 499 between Qqq4 and Rrr1; Zzz2 plate bound after Zzz3 text; Ddd2 bound after Ddd3), complete with all leaves, with additional [2 ll.] front and [2 ll.] back (new binder's blanks and marbled endleaves in French curl design). Engraved portrait of Ogilby by William Faithorne after Peter Lely, engraved frontispiece by Pierre Lombart after Francis Cleyn, double-page etched map by Wenceslaus Hollar of Aeneas's route from Troy to Ostia and 101 full-page etched and engraved illustrations (19 without text on reverse), of which 42 are signed by Hollar, 29 by Lombart and one each by Faithorne and William Carter after Cleyn's designs (Lombart signed another seven alone; three are signed by Ludwig Richer alone; and 18 are unsigned). Fine etched or engraved initials, headpieces and tailpieces (many repeated), some by Hollar. Overall very good condition, sympathetically rebacked with older (not original) spine preserved on paper backing and loosely laid in, covers with old varnish, stains and scratches, darkening of inner margins of covers from old rebacking, corners restored, some edgewear, occasional browning, particularly to quire B, insect tracks in outer margin and gutter of Cc-Mm not touching any content, various mostly clean edge tears here and there, split on lower fold of map in lower text box, neatly repaired tear within content on B1, small piece of lower corner of last leaf torn off, infrequent negligible foxing, spots and soiling, ink manuscript owner's name crossed through on frontispiece, opening of Bucolicks and last page (accompanied by ink manuscript motto in latter two instances), the book block tight, square, strong and flat-opening, the pages generally bright, the plates overall very good to superb impressions, the letterpress printing incisively and deeply. The plates comprise the chief illustrated work of Cleyn (1582-1658), German painter and illustrator who became the chief designer of the Mortlake Tapestry Factory under Charles I and the Commonwealth. Pennington (infra) assessed that just the 42 large plates (all after Cleyn) and map signed by Hollar were executed wholly by him, along with inscriptive parts of 11 others and some mostly signed headpieces and initials. Recent investigations at the Folger Shakespeare Library using microphotography have suggested that Hollar also etched the landscape backgrounds of many of the plates signed by Lombart before Lombart added engraved foregrounds and staffage. See Richard Pennington, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Etched Work of Wenceslaus Hollar 1607-1677 (Cambridge, 1982), pp. 39, 43; Rachel Doggett et al., Impressions of Wenceslaus Hollar (Washington, 1996), pp. 35-39. This tall copy is printed on fine laid paper having at least four different watermarks (fleur-de-lis, IV, grapes on stem, bend) and represents an early issue with strong plates. Notably, the title has "adornd" for "adorn'd"; the pictorial "P" opening the Life, [A3]r, has the shepherd, dog and sheep; the headpiece on p. 29 shows putti with gardening tools; there are no cancel slips over words in the text or changes in the dedications of plates. Provenance: Sir Francis Burdett, ink inscription "Francis Burdett Booke [scribbled over in lighter ink] / Quisque suos patimur manes." ("We each bear our demons": Aeneid. Nº de ref. de la librería 000093

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Vergilius Maro, Publius.

Editorial: Gazar Venice (1845)

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Descripción: Gazar Venice, 1845. Octavo (23 x 15 cm). [2]pp., engraved frontispiece and title, [20], 631 pp. with three steel-engraved plates; very light spotting. Contemporary red morocco, richly gilt, all edges gilt; slightly rubbed. Superbly bound example of the first Armenian edition of the Aeneid with aristocratic provenance; the translation of the Vergilius's immortal work was done by Etvart Hiwrmiwz (Edward Hurmuzian, 1799-1876). The copy bears a manuscript birthday dedication on flyleaf: "From Percy Radcliffe to his father, June 5th 1848" (i.e., J. Percival Pickford Radcliffe, 1824-1908, later 3rd Baronet). ?Very rare; no copy traceable in Europe. Not in Nersessian. Nº de ref. de la librería 90275

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VIRGIL. VERGIL. PUBLIUS VERGILIUS MARO. Edited by Josse Badius.

Editorial: Lyon printed by J. Sacon Sachon (1517)

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Descripción: Lyon printed by J. Sacon Sachon, 1517. docte quide[m] Bucolica & Georgica a Servio Donato Mancinello & Probo nuper addito: cum adnotationib[us] Beroaldinis. Aeneis vero ab ijsde[m] praeter Mancinellum & Probu[m] & ab Augustino Datho in eius principio: opusculoru[m] praeterea q[uae]da[m] ab Domitio Calderino. Familiariter vero o[mn]ia ta[m] opera q[uam] opuscula ab Iodoco Badio Ascensio. . Expolitissimis figuris & imaginibus illustrata. . Date and imprint from colophon of first part, Lyon, printed by J. Sacon (Sachon), 1517. Latin text, folio bound in eights, approximately 315 x 215 mm, 12½ x 8½ inches, 2 parts in one, TITLE PAGE TO PART ONE LACKING, the title to the second part is present printed red and black with 4 part architectural pictorial border, "Aeneis Vergiliana", 199 of 207 superb large woodcuts in the text, 1 only is 60 x 65 mm (2¼ x 2½ inches), the rest range from 120 x 165 mm to 215 x 170 mm (4¾ x 6¼ inches to 8½ x 6¼ inches), decorated initials, text in roman letter, leaves: (8 of 10), CCV; (8), CCCXXIIII of CCCXXXIIII, collation: †10 (-†1 & 2), a-z, aa-bb8, cc6 (-cc6); ††8, A-Z, AA-QQ8, RR-SS6, TT10 (TT1-10), in part I leaf †2 was a full page woodcut, cc6 was a blank, SIGNATURE TT LACKING after the end of the Aeneid and contained the 13th book by Maffeo Vegio (see below), LEAF TT10 had the second colophon: "excussit Iacobus Sacon, impensas Ciriacus Hochperg, 1517". Bound in full modern calf with blind stamped decoration to covers, maroon gilt lettered label, new endpapers. 2 early armorial bookplates on original endpaper, that of Henry Mere Ormerod (19th cent.) on second original endpaper together with his gift inscription to his son George in 1868, this is followed by 2 inserted sheets, 1 with bibliographical notes on the book by George Ormerod, the other with an attempt in manuscript at the title and imprint of our book, inscription at top of dedication page (†3), slightly ragged at tip of lower corner and with a small chip to the inner margin, 2 corrections to index of first part, the final prelim (†10) is damaged along the edges and has been neatly reinserted on a tab, no loss of text or of the image on verso, some thumbing to lower corners, occasional damp staining, light soiling, 2 facing pages have large light ink smudges, all still easily legible, 2 small ink blots on 1 page with loss of a few letters, small pink stain to 1 page obscuring a few words, a few brief early ink notes, one crossed through, pale underlining to a few pages, a couple of woodcuts have a name or a word written on the background, small drawing in blank area of the Aeneid title page, crossed out, small hole in 1 leaf with loss of about 4 words, small closed tear to 4 margins, 1 just affecting text without loss, 120 mm (4¾ inch) closed tear to text on 1 leaf, carefully repaired with archival tape in blank spaces, no loss, 1 leaf torn across lower corner 60 mm (2½ inches) from tip affecting woodcut on recto with old paper repair to margin and archival tape repair to tear on verso, no loss of text, 1 tiny graze to image, final page is reinserted neatly on a tab, very slight loss to inner edge of ruled frame to image, page slightly creased and lightly browned, with some scribble on blank verso. Binding tight and firm. A good sturdy copy of a scarce profusely and splendidly illustrated post incunabula (lacking first title page, 1 prelim and 10 leaves at the end as noted). The ten final leaves contained a continuation of Virgil's story in Latin verse (13th book) by Maffeo Vegio a celebrated Italian poet who composed in Latin. His poem, completed in 1498, describes Aeneas's marriage to Lavinia and his eventual deification and contained 8 further woodcuts by the same artist. The wonderful illustrations were designed for the Strasburg printer Johann Gruninger who published his edition of Vergil in 1502 edited by Sebastian Brant. The woodcuts depict 15th century life: in the first part rural and pastoral life and farming, in the second magical voyages and adventures, with monsters. Nº de ref. de la librería 13747

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Publius Vergilius Maro. (= Vergil, 70-19 a.Chr.n.)

Editorial: Philippe Gonin,, Paris, (1951)

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Descripción: Philippe Gonin,, Paris, 1951. 33x25,5 cm. Paris, Philippe Gonin, 1951. 33x25,5 cm. 4 nn. Bl., 111, (5) S., 6 nn. Bl., Gonin-Maillol - Bütten mit der Meernixe als Wasserzeichen. Mit 4 Holzschnitt-Titeln. Lose Bogen in O-Bütten Umschlag in OHPgt.-Einband in O-Schuber. Eines von 200 numerierten Exemplaren. Unserem Exemplar liegt noch eine 2teilige Originalzeichnung bei zum Werk passend, welche wohl im Druck keine Verwendung fand. "Obige Zeichnung: Nackte Frau auf einem Stier liegend; Untere Zeichnung: Nackte Frau mit Krug (Wasser läuft aus) und 4 Schaffen". Unten eigenhändig von der Künstlerin signiert. Gezeichnet auf gleichem Bütten wie das Werk und 1 Doppelblatt-Bütten gelegt. Die ausdrucksstarken Umrißlinien-Holzschnitte im Stile Maillols stammen von der Malerin, Bildhauerin und Dichterin Lucile Passavant, einer Schülerin Maillols. Gedruckt bei Dumoulin unter Druckaufsicht von Philippe Gonin. Schönes Exemplar. Katalog Gonin 1976/77 Nr. 70 - Kat. - Kat. Luxemb. 1990 (Text.-Images) Nr. 17 m. Abb. - Hane Cailler, L. P., Genf 1968 (bei P. Cailler) - Benezit VIII 152. Lose Bogen in O-Bütten Umschlag in OHPgt.-Einband in O-Schuber. Nº de ref. de la librería 50371AB

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Vergilius Maro Publius

Editorial: In fine: impressum Venetiis. Per Bartolam De Zanis De Portesio. Sub anno domini M.CCCC.Lxxxxi die secundo decembris, Venetiis (1491)

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Descripción: In fine: impressum Venetiis. Per Bartolam De Zanis De Portesio. Sub anno domini M.CCCC.Lxxxxi die secundo decembris, Venetiis, 1491. Rilegato. Estado de conservación: in ottime condizioni. [Incunabolo] (cm. 31,3) bella legatura del XX secolo in mezza pergamena antica, piatti con foglio dalla Cronica di Norimberga del 1493, sguardie antiche. -- carte 317(di 328). Carattere romano, 61 linee, testo inquadrato dal commento. Molti capolettera ornati e figurati grandi e piccoli a fondo nero molto belli. Edizione assolutamente rarissima posseduta secondo I.G.I. da 1 sola biblioteca italiana: Fondazione Ugo da Como di Lonato (Brescia), che ne possiede un esemplare scompleto. Goff solo 2 copie in America, Sander nessuna vendita, Mambelli cita il solo esemplare della Nazionale di Parigi e Graesse lo cita senza descrizione. Manca ad Hain, Proctor, Polain, Oates, Harvard, Pellechet (Lyon), BMC e ai celebri Cataloghi come Baer N°585, Harper(1930), Rosenthal Monaco 1900, Olschki 1903 "Monumenta", Olschki 1915 "Incunabula" e a molti altri da noi consultati. Il nostro esemplare inizia con carta numerata 2 segnata b2 e termina con la carta numerata 319 che contiene al verso il colophon e il registro, la successiva carta che manca è bianca. L'opera termina con carta 319 ma in realtà sono 328. Mancano le prime 8 carte di cui la prima è bianca, segnate a8 e la carta 1 segnata b1, nonchè la carta 158 segnata x6, in fine manca l'ultima carta P8 che è bianca. Complesivamente mancano 9 carte a stampa e due carte bianche. Alcune lievi macchie marginali all' interno, alcuni aloni alle prime 15 carte e alle ultime 16. Ultima carta con vecchio restauro al margine bianco basso, peraltro esemplare bello fresco e genuino ben accettabile per la sua rarità con notazioni manoscritte dell' epoca ai margini. * Copinger 6062; * I.G.I. 10219; * Goff V 182; * Mambelli 65; * Kallendorf 30; * Panzer III 303; * Denis Suppl. 318; * Graesse VII 334; * Castan "Incunables" Besancon N° 955; * H. Walters (Olschki) Baltimore 1906 pag. 409 ha una copia scompleta priva delle prime 8 carte.[F80]. Nº de ref. de la librería 002253

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Vergilius Maro, Publius (70-19 v. Chr).

Editorial: Johann Knobloch,, Strassburg, (1512)

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Descripción: Johann Knobloch,, Strassburg, 1512. Strassburg, Johann Knobloch, 1512. 42, [3] Bl. [A8, B-C4, D8, E-F4, G8, H6]. Durchgehend rubriziert. [Mit 5 Dystichen auf dem Titel]. Mit schwarzgrundiger Schmuckinitiale B im Titel und schwarzgrundiger Holzschnitt-Initiale im Vorwort (Proemium) von Hermannus Torrentinus. Pergamentband des 19. Jhs. (Vorsätze erneuert). Von einer Humanistenhand sehr extensiv annotiertes Exemplar dieser ungemein seltenen Strassburger Ausgabe. Sie stellt den dritten Druck der "Bucolica" des aus Zofingen stammenden, seit 1500 in Strassburg wirkenden, Johannes Knobloch [eigentlich Cist (gest. 1528)] dar. Knoblochs erstem Druck von Vergils Zyklus in zehn hexametrischen Gedichten von 1508, basierend auf der Kölner Bucolica-Ausgabe von 1503, folgte 1510 ein geringfügig korrigierter Neudruck. Der Kommentar des aus Zwolle stammenden Grammatikers Hermannus Torrentinus [Herman van Beek oder van der Beeke (gest. 1520)] war erstmals 1495 gedruckt worden. Ausgerichtet ist Torrentinus' Text auf die Bedürfnisse des poetischen Anfangsunterrichts und gibt entsprechend häufig ganz elementare Erklärungen. In jedem Abschnitt des Kommentar wird zunächst eine kurze Einführung zur vorausgegangenen Textpartie geboten, an die sich die "Constructio" anschliesst, in der zum leichteren Verständnis die poetische Wortfolge in die in Prosa zu erwartende Abfolge gebracht wird. Dabei werden die einzelnen Wörter jeweils mit "id est" glossiert und paraphrasiert. Danach folgen die Worterklärungen. Torrentius' Kommentar wurde noch bis in die Mitte des 16. Jhs. hinein wiederholt abgedruckt. - Teilweise mit schmalem Wasserrand, die Marginalien stellenweise im Aussensteg etwas beschnitten. - VD 16, V-1446; Schmidt 79; Panzer VI, 55, 246; Ritter 2415; Muller 112; The Vergil Collections at Princton, Nr. 527; vgl. B. Schneider, Vergil (Ausstellungskat. HAB Wolfenbüttel 1982), D. 96 (Ausgabe 1510). Nicht in Mambelli und Leoncini. Very interesting copy, studiously and extensively annotated by a contemporary Humanist hand of this very scarce Strasbourg edition. It represents the third print of the "Bucolica" by the Swiss born Strasbourg printer Johann Knobloch (died 1528). After his first print in 1508, which is based on the Cologne edition of 1503, Knobloch reissued a slightly corrected edition of Vergilius' cycle of ten hexametric poems in 1508. The commentary of the Zwolle born Hermannus Torrentinus [Herman van Beek or van der Beeke (died 1520)] had appeared first in 1495. It was written for the use of elementary instruction in poetry in his school at Groningen and Zwolle and offers correlatively often elementary explanations. In every part of the commentary is given a short introduction to the previous section of the poem, followed by the "Constructio" and the explanations of the single words. The commentary of Torrentius, whose eyesight was failing around 1508 was reprinted up to the middle of the 16th century. - With narrow waterstain in parts, few marginalia minimally affected by slightly trimmed outer margin. - 19th century vellum (later endpapers and fly-leaves). Pergamentband des 19. Jhs. (Vorsätze erneuert). Nº de ref. de la librería 49597AB

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VERGILIUS MARO PUBLIUS (VIRGILUS VIRGILIO )

Editorial: Andrè Bocard, Paris (1497)

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Descripción: Andrè Bocard, Paris, 1497. Rilegato. Estado de conservación: ottimo. [Incunabolo-Rarissimo] (cm. 19,2) solida legatura del XX secolo in mz. vitello, 3 nervi e punte.-- carte 44 (di 46). Caratteri gotici, bei capolettera a fondo nero, 27 linee per il testo e 49 linee per il commento. Segnatura a8,b6,c8,d-g6 - a è minuscolo e non maiuscolo (A) come per errore riferisce Goff. Incunabolo veramente rarissimo. Manca ad Hain, Polain nonchè ad I.g.i., Oates e al Bmc. goff registra solo 3 copie in America e secondo I.g.i. non è posseduto da nessuna biblioteca italiana. Manca anche a Sander e a molti grandi cataloghi antichi di Baer, Rosenthal, Olschki, Maggs, Quaritch ecc. Per la bella marca tipografica vedi Polain "Marques des imprimers en France au XV siecle2 1926 n° 92. Manca la prima carta con il titolo (a1) e la corrispondente a8. Ambedue sono state inserite riprodotte in xerocopia. Esemplare molto bello, nitido e fresco con buoni margini. La carta a2 recto inizia: Tytire tupatule recubans. la carta b1 recto: Hec eadem ut sciret.la carta g1 recto: Cantando puerum.la carta G5 al verso chiude tutta l' opera con la riga: Auctori grates qui tibi pressit agas. Segue l' ultima carta che è bianca. * Goff V 213; * Harvard 3683; * Pellechet 11655; * Walsh 3683; * Cibn V-152.[f42]. Nº de ref. de la librería 000876

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VERGILIUS MARO, Publius.

Editorial: Venice: Giunta [the Heirs of Lucantonio Giunta, January], 1542. (1542)

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Descripción: Venice: Giunta [the Heirs of Lucantonio Giunta, January], 1542., 1542. folio. ff. [8], 475, [1]. ff. 4-5 present in duplicate. title in red & black with in architectural woodcut border. 23 woodcuts in the text (some full and half-page; some signed 'L'). woodcut printer's device on verso of last leaf. woodcut initials. old vellum, rebacked with part of spine mounted (covers very worn but solid, a few leaves embrowned, occasional marginal stains & soiling, edges of last leaves tatty, some wormholes in last (repaired) & first few leaves affecting some letters & small portion of title border, several old library rubberstamps on verso of title & on verso of last leaf). Mortimer describes a 1544 Giunta edition utilizing the same woodcut border, but illustrated with a fuller complement of woodcuts - 115 as opposed to the 23 found in the present edition. The Giunta woodcuts, first published in 1515, were copied from Johann Grúninger's Strasbourg edition of 1502. Not all of the cuts appeared in all of the Giunta editions. Adams V485. cfMortimer, Harvard Italian 16th Century Books, 525. Nº de ref. de la librería elala464

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Vergilius Maro, Publius.

Editorial: Venedig, Damianus de Gorgonzola, 15. Juni 1494. (1494)

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Descripción: Venedig, Damianus de Gorgonzola, 15. Juni 1494., 1494. Estado de conservación: 0. Das erste Bl. (a1) m. großem Ausriß (fehlt ca. das halbe Blatt; der gedruckte zweizeilige Titel auf diesem Blatt vorhanden, jedoch auf der Verso-Seite Textverlust). Titel ausserdem m. alten Besitzvermerken u. mont. Bibl.-Nummernschildchen. Die beiden folgenden Bll. m. größeren Ausrissen am unteren Rand (ohne Textverlust). Am Beginn zwölf Bll. mit jeweils vier Siegelwachsspuren (dienten wohl zur Befestigung wieder entfernter „Notizzettel"), dadurch einige Buchstaben überdeckt. Ecken bestoßen u. tlw. (bes. bei den ersten Bll.) m. Läsuren. Zahlr. alte Marginalien (tlw. intensiv, auch zwischen den gedruckten Textzeilen). Unterschiedlich, tlw. stärker gebräunt u. fleckig. Kopfsteg durchg. (und gegen Ende auch der seitliche Rand) wasserrandig. - Sehr seltene, bis auf das etwa zur Hälfte fehlende Titelblatt vollständige Inkunabel, jedoch mit stärkeren Gebrauchsspuren. - GW M49838; Copinger 6058; Proctor 5518; Madsen 4113; Oates 2144; ISTC iv00180400; IGI 10225; BSB-Ink V-130. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 Fol. 4 nn., 214 num. Bll. (Got. Typ., 66 Zeilen), Mod. HPgmt. Nº de ref. de la librería 38544

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Descripción: Luc' Antonio Giunta 's heirs, Venice, 1542. Modern vellum using original vellum laid over boards Folio . Scarce Giunta edition of Virgil illustrated with the printer's superb title-border (Barberi, Frontispizio, vol. II, plate CVI) and twenty-three large text woodcuts (both full and half-page), which are copies based on the Strassburg Grüninger edition of 1502.A well preserved and beautifully illustrated volume which is rather scarce. The only two copies listed in the OCLC are in Italy with none located in North American libraries [8], 479, [1] leaves. With woodcut architectural title border (with printer's initials and Florentine lily), printer's device on last page and 23 mostly large text woodcuts. Title printed in red and black; neat repair to long tear to leaf 426 (no loss); early inscription on title-page; blank corner of leaf 100 torn off (not affecting text or image); few tiny spots in top outer blank margins of some leaves; very nice copy. § EDIT 16, CNCE 26827; Adams V 485 (incomplete.); Camerini, Giunti, I.1, 458; see Mortimer 525 (1544 ed.) and Sander 7671. Nº de ref. de la librería 10232

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Vergilius Maro, Publius

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Descripción: heirs of Marchio Sessa, Venice, 1604. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. A-D8 E4 F-N8 A-Z8 2A 12 2B-2Q8 2R10. 322 II. Woodcut initials and illustrations. Folio (209 x 195 mm). 18th century morocco, spine gilt, gilt dentelles, a. e. g. A few minor paper flaws and 2 repairs at margins at end, else fine. A handsome edition in a very attractive and well-preserved binding. Nº de ref. de la librería D4449

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Descripción: Abraham Commelin, 1646. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Fine. Quarto. 23 x 18.6 cm. [16], 996, [56] p. Collation: *4, **4, A-Z4, Aa-Zz4, Aaa-Zzz4, Aaaa-Zzzz4, Aaaaa-Zzzzz4, Aaaaaa-Qqqqqq4, Rrrrrr2 With the Expanded Servian Commentary, 'Servius Auctus'. The text for this edition was edited by the Dutch classicist Cornelius Schrevel (1615-1665) using the collations of Nicolas Heinsius (1656-1718), whose own edition of Vergil, a corrected version of his father's Elzevir edition of 1636, did not appear in print until 1664. Schweiger, 1169-70. With a fine engraved title page illustrating the Georgics, Eclogues and Aeneid. This copy is bound in contemporary, blind-stamped Dutch vellum with ties. The binding is a little soiled and the upper joint is starting but is otherwise well preserved. The contents are in excellent condition with good margins and only a few stains and instances of foxing. Nº de ref. de la librería 1909D

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VIRGILE ; VERGILIUS MARO, Publius ;[ VERGIL ; VIRGIL ; DONATUS, Tiberius Claudius ; FABRICIUS, Georgius Chemnicensis ; POMPONIUS LAETUS, Julius ; VIVES, Juan Luis ; BARLANDUS, Adrianus ]

Editorial: Per Sebastianum Henricpetri (1586)

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Descripción: Per Sebastianum Henricpetri, 1586. rigide. Acesserunt iisdem Probi grammatici Pomponij Sabini, Phil. Beroaldi, Ion. Hartungi, Iod. Vvillichiij, Georg. Fabricij, Bonfinis, Ioan. Ludovici Viuis, Adriani Barlandi, & aliorum annotationes utilissimae, 1 vol. in-folio reliure ancienne (début XVIIe) pleine basane marron, dos à 5 nerfs orné, double filet d'encadrement sur plats, Per Sebastianum Henricpetri [HENRICPETRI, Sebastianus ], Basileae, Mense Martio 1586 (colophon), 12 ff. n. ch., 2174 pp. (sur deux colonnes), 24 ff. n. ch. (index, avec la belle marque d'imprimeur au verso du dernier feuillet). Signatures : alpha-bêta6, a-z6, 2A-4A6, 4B10 Intéressant exemplaire en reliure ancienne de cette imposante édition des Oeuvres complètes de Virgile, établie par Georges Fabricius et reprenant notamment les commentaires de l'humaniste espagnol Juan Vivès (petites restaurations anciennes à la reliure et aux deux premiers feuillets sans atteinte au texte, ex libris ms. "ex bibliotheca Joan. Defray Doct. Med. Monop." - avec son ex-libris gravé arraché -, mouill. angulaire aux premiers ff., la plupart des feuillets sont uniformément roux). Heckethorn, The Printers of Basle, 159 Langue: Latin. Nº de ref. de la librería 25813

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VERGILIUS Publius Maro

Editorial: Nicolò Zoppino, Venezia (1540)

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Descripción: Nicolò Zoppino, Venezia, 1540. In 8° (15,2 x 10). Cc. 24; 23+1 c.b; 20; 19+1 c.b.; 27+1 c.b.; 25+(6). Manca lultimo foglio bianco. Con numerose belle illustrazioni xilografiche a un terzo di pagina nel testo. Insignificanti fori di tarlo alla prima e ultima carta, per il resto un bellesemplare fresco in legatura coeva pergamena floscia. Bella e rara edizione illustrata. Ogni parte ha un frontespizio a sé e analogamente mutano dediche e traduttori. I traduttori sono Alessandro Sansedoni, Ippolito de Medici, Bernardino Borghesi, Bartolomeo Carli Piccolomini, Aldobrando nobile senese e Alessandro Piccolomini. Beautiful illustrated edition. Superb engraved title-page, each further part has his own separate title-page. The translation has been made by six different literates. Unobtrusive small wormhole in first and last leaf, otherwise a fresh copy in contemporary limp vellum. BRUNET, V-1308. BM-STC Italian, p. 731. SANDER, n. 7648. Nº de ref. de la librería 1424

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Maro, Vergilius, Publius (Vergil or Virgil) & Bartolomeo Pinelli Romano

Editorial: Luigi Fabri, Rome (1811)

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Descripción: Luigi Fabri, Rome, 1811. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Very Good. Illustrated by Bartolomeo Pinelli Romano Ilustrador. ; Half vellum; marbled boards; oblong folio: 35 x 46 cm (14 x 18 in). Fifty full page aquatints by Bartolomeo Pinelli Romano. Light water stain to lower right corner to later plates affecting image (see images 3,4,5), otherwise very good.; Oblong Folio; Additional images and further information provided upon request. Nº de ref. de la librería 202

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Vergilius Maro, Publius

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Descripción: Johannis Baskerville, Printer, Birmingham, 1757. Quarto. First Baskerville edition, early issue with (8)pp. subscriber's listing 20 additional names added, 432pp., with "J" of Johannis between the "B" and "I", the "M" of "MDCCLVII" slightly broken, headline of page 133 off spaced, page 143 numbered 341 with catch word corrected, the use of "wove mould" paper and "laid" paper interspersed throughout. Bound in contemporary calf handsomely rebacked with burgundy spine label, six compartments decoratively stamped in gilt, endpapers renewed. Internally very clean; title page darkened at gutter. In all, a very good copy of Baskerville's first printed work. Nº de ref. de la librería pb.3791

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Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro) / Robert Andrews (Trans.)

Editorial: John Baskerville, Birmingham (1766)

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Descripción: John Baskerville, Birmingham, 1766. Hardback. Printed pages: 536. Estado de conservación: Very Good+. 1st English Language Edition. 5.75 x 9 inches (14.5 x 22.5 cm). Very fine recent full leather binding. Five raised bands and red morocco title label to spine, Cambridge panels and blind decoration to boards. Page signature L is slightly proud of the page block, light marking to title page, numerous pages have a light crease to the top corner, text very clean throughout. A very attractive example of Baskerville's first English language edition featuring his distinctive typeface. Nº de ref. de la librería 1086E173

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Publius Vergilius Maro

Editorial: Londini, J. et P. Knapton (1750)

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Descripción: Londini, J. et P. Knapton, 1750. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Estado de conservación: Bien. 1ª Edición. Londini, J. et P. Knapton, 1750 - - 2 vol., 4.º(23,5 cm), vol.I= 25h., 239p., 1h., viñeta grabada en portada, retrato del principe Eduardo en frontis, 29grab. fuera de texto, 1 viñeta grabada de la sepultura de Virgilio entre el texto; vol.II= 1h., 288p.,27 grab., portadas a dos tintas. Encuadernado en plena piel, nervios, tejuelos, flores, recuadros y adornos dorados en lomera, triple filete dorado en planos, cantos dorados, cortes rojos. Alguna lámina desordenada pero completas. Pequeños roces en encuadernación pero muy limpio y sin faltas. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE-12560551876

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Descripción: 3 Volumes. Romae 1763-65. Numerous partial page copper plates including initials; map, 16.75 x 11.5", old polished calf with gilt spines; labels, xcii, 211; C, 336, XXIV; 343 w/index, EX-LIBRARY, bookplates only, hinges tender, spine labels defective,s pines well worn, covers worn with some leather peeling, some text soiling & spottind but mostly clean. Nº de ref. de la librería 96-0930

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VERGILIUS MARO, PUBLIUS.

Editorial: typis excudit J.F. Dove, veneunt apud Ricardum Priestley,, Londini (1821)

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Descripción: typis excudit J.F. Dove, veneunt apud Ricardum Priestley,, Londini, 1821. 4 volumes, royal 8vo (identified by Lowndes as the Large Paper issue), contemporary full tree calf, covers with ornate gilt borders, smooth spines in 6 compartments, red morocco labels in two, a.e.g.; joints starting, minor wear at the spine ends, but all in all a handsome set. Volume 1 is Bucolica et Georgica; vols. 2 & 3 comprise The Aenid; and vol. 4 the Carmina Minora and index. Lowndes IV, 2728. Nº de ref. de la librería 23965

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Virgil. Virgilio. [Vergilius Maro, Publius.] Caro, Annibal [1507-1566].

Editorial: In Padoa Per Pietro Pavlo Tozzi []. [Padua, Padova]., , No date printed. Dedication dated 'Di Padoua il di primo Maggio '. (1609)

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Descripción: In Padoa Per Pietro Pavlo Tozzi []. [Padua, Padova]., , No date printed. Dedication dated 'Di Padoua il di primo Maggio '., 1609. 32mo, 94x66mm. In contemporary, dark brown, speckled calf binding. Spine, slightly worn, with signs of an old repair at head; four raised bands with ornate gilt decorations in the compartments and black lettering-piece. Hinges cracked but firm. A small cutting from a French catalogue, undated and slightly chipped, affixed to front paste-down: ‘242. Virgilio. – Dell’Eneide di Virgilio del comm. Annibal Caro. In-32, rel. peau, 676 pagas, 12 gravures sur bois. In Padoa per Pietro Paulo Tozzi, 1609. - Voir Brunet, N. 8,216.’ [4], 5-676, [24] pages; signatures: A-Z8, Aa-Vv8, Xx6, with errors in pagination and in text of running heads. Woodcut title-page plus eleven full-page woodcut illustrations, all bright and sharp. The wood-cut illustration preceding Libro Decimo, which should have been printed on the verso of p.485, does not appear in this copy. Close-trimmed at head, mainly in Libro Decimo pp.495-521 (Hh8-Kk5). With attractive tail-pieces. A few minor paper faults, including foot of p.189 (M7). Includes Tavola at end. Text block exceptionally crisp and clean. This near-miniature Tozzi edition is extremely rare. After some considerable searching we have only been able to locate copies in Biblioteca Capitolare di Verona and Brown University Library. The Biblioteca Capitolare copy does have the wood-cut on the verso of p.485; we have not been able to ascertain whether the Brown University copy has the illustration. (Photographs available on request.). Nº de ref. de la librería 14149

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Virgilii; Virgil; Publius Vergilius Maro; (Pierre Didot)

Editorial: Dabam Petrus Didot Natu Major, Parisiis (Paris) (1791)

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Descripción: Dabam Petrus Didot Natu Major, Parisiis (Paris), 1791. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. No Jacket. First edition thus. Rare. 1791, First edition thus. This is copy #40 of 100 signed by the publisher, here, P. Didot, on the verso of the last page. 513 pp. Latin text. Hardcover, large 4to. (9.75 x 15"), 1840's rebinding in full deep blue morocco, gilt ruled, with 5 raised bands and gilt title on spine, marbled text-blocks. Some rubbing and scuffing to the boards and edges, and parts of the gilt-ruling have flaked off. Light wear to spine ends. Outer hinges show light to moderate cracking, but still securely attached. Sound inner hinges. The text is unmarked and the pages have remained a crisp, bright white. Occasional foxing to page margins, though slightly heavier toward the beginning and end of the text. The new endpapers are heavily soiled. The previous owner's name, Hugh Davids is stamped in gilt on the front cover. Davids' pencil signature and bookplate also appear on the front pastedown. A beautifully printed book; quite rare and signed by Pierre Didot, the famous printer and co-inventor of the Didot typeface. Digital images available upon request. Nº de ref. de la librería 0063715

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Descripción: Londini, 1774. [1] Bl., XV, 144 S., [2] Bl., XIII S., S. 2 - 141 zahlr. Ill., Frontispiez, Illustrationen und Text in Kupfer gestochen. Ganzleder, Rü.-Schilder., Durchgehend gebräunt bzw. auch stockfl. sonst guter Zust. 1,400 gr. Nº de ref. de la librería 61566AB

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VIRGILE - VERGILIUS MARO, Publius) VIRGILIO.

Editorial: Bernardo Giunti (1612)

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Descripción: Bernardo Giunti, 1612. Couverture souple. Estado de conservación: Bon. Venise, Bernardo Giunti, 1612. In 8 de 556pp., reliure en plein vélin souple de l'époque, quelques légères traces et usures du temps, nom de l'auteur et titre, avec la date manuscrits à l'encre noire sur la tête du dos, intérieur frais avec quelques petites taches brunes et beiges, notamment sur la page de titre, bon et bel exemplaire. Fondamentale et magistrale traduction, deuxième édition plus rare et bien meilleure que la première qui date de 1581. Annibal Caro (1507-1566), originaire de Civitanova dans les Marches, étudia d Florence où il fit la connaissance de Benedetto Varchi. Par la suite, il entra au service des Farnèse, il pu ainsi jouir de revenus conséquents lui assurant une vie matérielle aisée et lui permettant ainsi de se dédier totalement à son activité littéraire. Sa réputation est surtout liée à sa remarquable traduction de ''l'Eneide'' de Virgile publiée pour la première fois en 1581, traduction qu'il améliora amplement lors de la réédition de 1612. Cette oeuvre dans cette traduction restera un classique durant plusieurs siècles. En tant qu'auteur, Caro composera ses ''Rime" (1569) et ''Gli straccioni'' (1582). En 1563 Caro laissera son poste auprès des Farnèse et se retirera dans sa villa de Frascati, durant les dernières années de sa vie, il préparera l'édition de sa correspondance et peaufinera sa traduction de Virgile. 0.0. Nº de ref. de la librería 238

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Descripción: Pietro Paolo Tozzi, Padova, 1613. In-4°; cc. (4), pp.196.Front. incisosu rame ,12 ill. calcogr. raffiguarnti scene dell'Eneide e ritr. di Annibal Caro a piena pagina.legatura in piena pergamena. Nº de ref. de la librería 2008

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VERGIL, [Publius Vergilius Maro]:

Editorial: Bad Kissingen, (1965)

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Descripción: Bad Kissingen, 1965. 28 nn. Bl. mit 17 überwiegend ganzseitigen signierten und datierten Lithographien. Arbeit (Illustrationen und Buchgestaltung) des Malers Robert Kirchner mit zusätzlich beiliegender num. (12/66), sig. u. dat. Orig.Litho. in makellosem Zustand. Bei Bestellungen gegen offene Rechnung bitte Telefonnummer angeben. Danke! Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1200 Gr.-Fol., blindgeprägter OHbLd. mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel im Schuber. Druck auf Bütten, im Impressum sig. dat. und hs. num. (Nr. 79 von 98 Expl.). Nº de ref. de la librería 13534

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Descripción: Graesse VII, 341 - Ebert II, 23703 - Schweiger II, 1171 - Dibdin II, 549f.: ?This is called the best Variorum edition. The typography, which is extremely beautiful, and not inferior to the best Elzevier editions in octavo, is accompanied with elegant vignettes; and the edition may be considered as a very valuable and commodious one?.- Aus der Bibliothek von Karl Benjamin Lengnich (1743-1795) ?ein eifriger Numismatiker? (ADB XVIII, 257), mit dessen schönen gestochenen Exlibris am hint. Innendeckel d. 1. Bandes.- Die Kupferstiche gestochen v. G. Appelmans.- Meist leicht wasserrandig u. nur gering braunfleckig, Ebde. etw. fleckig u. tls. leicht verzogen, insges. gutes Exemplar. Nº de ref. de la librería B23856

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Vergilius Maro, Publius; Delille, Jacques

Editorial: A Paris, Chez C. Bleuet, Libraire, sur le Pont-Saint-Michel. MDCCLXX. (1770). (1770)

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Descripción: A Paris, Chez C. Bleuet, Libraire, sur le Pont-Saint-Michel. MDCCLXX. (1770)., 1770. Rilegato. Estado de conservación: in ottime condizioni. Un volume in-8° (225 x 142 mm), pp. (2), 345, (1). Splendida legatura coeva in vitello marmorizzato con ricchi fregi e titolo in oro sui riquadri al dorso; piatti con triplo filetto e motivo floreale agli angoli; tagli dorati; segnalibro in seta color oro. Antiporta di Casanova impressa da Longuel come le quattro tavole fuori testo (una per ciascun libro delle Georgiche) di Eisen. Testatine e finalini calcografici. Ottimo esemplare impresso in carta forte. Rara prima edizione (Cohen 1022, Brunet, IV, 492) della traduzione francese con testo a fronte curata da Delille. Nº de ref. de la librería LA147

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