Isolario di Benedetto Bordone nel qual si ragione di tutte le isole del mondo, con li lor nomi antichi & moderni, historie, favole, & modi del loro vinere, & in qual parte del mare stanno, & in qual parallelo & clima giaciono. Ricorretto et di nuovo ristampato con la gionta del Monte del Oro novamente ritrovato.

Bordone, Benedetto:

Editorial: Venedig, Francesco di Leno, (1547 ?).
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73 (of 74, missing AA4) ff. Title within large woodcut border, 3 double-page maps, 1 double-page birds-eyes view, and ca. 101 woodcut illustrations and woodcut initials. Folio (305 x 208 mm) Half-vellum (19th century) with label on spine. Adams B-2483 (?); Sabin 6420; Shirley 59; Mortimer 82 (1534 edition); Phillips 164. One of the many (?) undated editions of the famous "Isolario" of Benedetto Bordone, printed by Francesco di Leno in Venice. While many of the older reference works (Sabin, Adams) had dated this edition with 1537 (Sabin), or 1540/1547 (Adams), it has nowadays become very likely that this edition was printed later - although an exact date can still not be given. This is, however, an important geographical compendium with important New World maps and the earliest description in book form of Pizarro's conquest of Peru. The author, Benedetto Bordone, born in Padova, worked in Venice as a geographer, cartographer, illuminator and wood-engraver. It is believed that he was the creator of the first globe printed in Italy. First published by Zoppino in 1528 under the title "Libro di Benedetto Bordone nel qual si ragione de tutte l'isole del mondo" the second edition (1534) marked the appearance of the new title "Isolario" which made the work extremely popular. The three double-page maps depict the Mediterrenean Sea and Europe, the Agean Sea, and a world map (Shirley 59), the double-page birds-eye view depicts Venice. Other woodcuts include a plan of the city of Mexico ("Temistitan"), Hispaniola, Jamaica, and Cuba. The book is also important for one of the earliest European representations of Japan. Title-page with restorations on outer margins, binding renewed by a fromer owner, fly-leaves renewed, last page (LXXIIII) verso with old MS entry "P23 Isolario di Bordone". Our copy misses ff AA4 (last leaf of the introduction). Otherwise a fine and broad-margined copy of this rare and much sought after work. N° de ref. de la librería

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Editorial: Venedig, Francesco di Leno, (1547 ?).

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Bordone, Benedetto:
Editorial: Venedig, Francesco di Leno, (1547 ?). (1547)
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Descripción Venedig, Francesco di Leno, (1547 ?)., 1547. 73 (of 74, missing AA4) ff. Title within large woodcut border, 3 double-page maps, 1 double-page birds-eyes view, and ca. 101 woodcut illustrations and woodcut initials. Folio (305 x 208 mm) Half-vellum (19th century) with label on spine. Adams B-2483 (?); Sabin 6420; Shirley 59; Mortimer 82 (1534 edition); Phillips 164. One of the many (?) undated editions of the famous "Isolario" of Benedetto Bordone, printed by Francesco di Leno in Venice. While many of the older reference works (Sabin, Adams) had dated this edition with 1537 (Sabin), or 1540/1547 (Adams), it has nowadays become very likely that this edition was printed later - although an exact date can still not be given. This is, however, an important geographical compendium with important New World maps and the earliest description in book form of Pizarro's conquest of Peru. The author, Benedetto Bordone, born in Padova, worked in Venice as a geographer, cartographer, illuminator and wood-engraver. It is believed that he was the creator of the first globe printed in Italy. First published by Zoppino in 1528 under the title "Libro di Benedetto Bordone nel qual si ragione de tutte l'isole del mondo" the second edition (1534) marked the appearance of the new title "Isolario" which made the work extremely popular. The three double-page maps depict the Mediterrenean Sea and Europe, the Agean Sea, and a world map (Shirley 59), the double-page birds-eye view depicts Venice. Other woodcuts include a plan of the city of Mexico ("Temistitan"), Hispaniola, Jamaica, and Cuba. The book is also important for one of the earliest European representations of Japan. Title-page with restorations on outer margins, binding renewed by a fromer owner, fly-leaves renewed, last page (LXXIIII) verso with old MS entry "P23 Isolario di Bordone". Our copy misses ff AA4 (last leaf of the introduction). Otherwise a fine and broad-margined copy of this rare and much sought after work. Provenance: Fritz Molden, Vienna. Nº de ref. de la librería 24449

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