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TUTTE LE OPERE.: Ashendene Press] Dante

Ashendene Press] Dante Alighieri Fiorentino (1265-1321)

Editorial: Chelsea The Ashendene Press 1909 (1909)

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Descripción: Chelsea The Ashendene Press 1909, 1909. First Edition. One of 105 copies only, on paper of a total edition of 111 (6 on vellum). Subiaco type on specially-made Batchelor handmade paper with the watermark of a bugle and arrow above the printer’s initials. Full-page frontispiece and woodcuts throughout by Charles M. Gere, cut by W. H. Hooper. Large red initials by Graily Hewitt; headings and shoulder-notes in red; printed in double column (except for the Prefaces and the Index). Folio, 41.1 x 28.6 cm., original W. H. Smith binding of reddish brown niger morocco backed oak boards with metal clasps, leather richly braided with interlacing blind rules, solid gilt dots at the intersections, and a continuous vertical band at the outer side, made up of blind-tooled small dots and leaves. Inner side of both covers also decorated with leather as the outer sides, but without rules and dots. Spine in six compartments by five blind ruled raised bands (with raised head and tail-caps), title gilt in upper compartment, imprint at tail. Signed (monogram) in blind on the leather at the inner side of the front cover. Douglas Cockerell managed the W. H. Smith & Son bindery from 1905 to 1914. He later stated that all of the bindings signed with the 'WHS' stamp during those years were specially designed by him. xvi + 396. A very attractive copy. With the bookplate of James Curle, noted contributor to the Society of Antiquities of Scotland. Tutte le Opere stands as Ashendene’s crowning achievement, and one of the two or three greatest books of the fine-press movement (along with the Kelmscott Chaucer and the Doves Bible). Its quality was immediately apparent to one reviewer for the Times Literary Supplement, who raved, "Not perhaps since Boccaccio made with his own hand a copy of the ‘Divina Comedia,’ as a present for Petrarch, has such a labour of love been lavished on the works of Dante as in the sumptuous edition. which has just been issued from the Ashendene Press. No other country, not even his own Italy, has laid a more splendid tribute at the feet of the Florentine poet." The Ashendene Press was among of the most distinguished of the private presses which arose at the turn of the century, inspired by William Morris’ efforts to revive the moribund art of printing. Founded by C. H. St. John Hornby, managing director for a large British book distributor, the press was a highly personal project that produced works of great elegance and painstaking craftsmanship. Even more care than usual was lavished on this fine edition of Dante. As Hornby wrote in his bibliography of Ashendene, " This book was by far the most ambitious effort of the Press and took three years to complete. It was the first book for which a professional compositor was employed for setting up the type." Hornby’s dedication paid off handsomely. Nº de ref. de la librería 27258

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La Divina Comedia, con la Vita ed: DANTE ALIGHIERI

DANTE ALIGHIERI

Editorial: riveduto da Fra Piero da Fighino dell'Ordine de'Minori. (In fine, verso f.315, colophon:) ''Et fine del comento di Christoforo Landino . E impresso in Vinegia per Pietro Cremonese dito Veronese: adi. xviii. di novebrio. M.cccc.Lxxxxi. emendato per me maestro piero da fighino dell'ordine de frati minori''. (Venezia, Bernardino Benali e Matteo Capocasa da Parma, 3 Marzo 1491, (1491)

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Descripción: riveduto da Fra Piero da Fighino dell'Ordine de'Minori. (In fine, verso f.315, colophon:) ''Et fine del comento di Christoforo Landino . E impresso in Vinegia per Pietro Cremonese dito Veronese: adi. xviii. di novebrio. M.cccc.Lxxxxi. emendato per me maestro piero da fighino dell'ordine de frati minori''. (Venezia, Bernardino Benali e Matteo Capocasa da Parma, 3 Marzo 1491, 1491. Estado de conservación: molto buono. in-folio (mm 310x218), ff. 302, di cui i f. 12-301 sono numerati da II a CCLXXXXI (primo e decimo ff. n.n. da altro esemplare, anticamente rimarginati lungo il lato bianco inferiore), legatura in pergamena antica a capitelli passanti. Car. tondo, di corpo minore per il commento che incornicia il testo; gran numero di iniziali ornate su fondo nero. Illustrato da 97 silografie piccole e da 4 grandi a piena pagina (quella relativa al Purgatorio è ripetuta) all'inizio di ogni Cantica entro belle bordure con figure e animali. Precedono il testo un'Apologia e la Vita di Dante; lo seguono il Credo, i Dieci Comandamenti, i Sette Salmi penitenziali, il Pater Noster e l'Ave Maria ridotti in terze rime ed attribuiti a Dante. Benché sembri ormai chiarita la precedenza tra le due edizioni del 1491 endash; alcune varianti testuali fanno supporre che questa edizione, datata 3 Marzo, sia in realtà del 1492, iniziandosi l'anno veneziano il 1 Marzo endash; è considerata la prima edizione con le figure ad illustrare il Paradiso, e la prima con le revisioni di Pietro da Fighine al Commento del Landino. L'illustrazione dell'edizione di Brescia 1487 si fermava infatti al secondo canto del Paradiso. Il presente esemplare unisce alla straordinaria rarità dell'edizione una provenienza particolarmente interessante. Al al foglio XVIII verso, nel margine sotto la figura della porta dell'Inferno compare l'annotazione di mano del XVII secolo ''procul hinc adeste Profani''. Al f. CXXXIV recto, sempre della stessa mano, ''Pape Satan Aleppe - Phy Diabolo'' e al verso, nel margine sotto la figura di Lucifero (canto 34) ''E Millibus vix Uni''. Importante sottolineare che queste citazioni sono tratte dall'Amphitheatrum di H.Khunrath: significativo il fatto che abeste attestato sul frontone della porta dell'Anfiteatro del Khunrath venga modificato in adeste nella citazione vicino al Lasciate ogni speranza voi ch'entrate. Infine al f. CCLXII figurano un paio di sottolineature, la croce della silografia è iscritta in un triangolo tracciato a inchiostro, ad una delle stelle sono stati aggiunti dei raggi, e nel margine inferiore compare la scritta in greco ????????? = amante della verità. Chiaro è il riferimento di questa annotazione al testo: nel XVIII canto del Paradiso, Cacciaguida rincuora Dante e lo invita ha dire la verità, anche quando è scomoda: "Ma nondimen, rimossa ogne menzogna, / tutta tua vision fa manifesta; / e lascia pur grattar dov'è la rogna". Dunque questo esemplare appartenne nel XVII secolo ad un dotto conoscitore del Khunrath, ed "amante della verità", legato all'ambiente Rosacrociano, come testimonia il particolare uso della croce inscritta in un triangolo circondato di stelle (f. CXXXIV recto). L'Amphitheatrum Sapientiae Aeternae, Solius Verae, Christiano-Kabalisticum, Divino-Magicum, (edizione definitiva, Hanau, Gulielmus Antonius, 1609) è "un discorso ad alta temperatura mistica, corredato di invocazioni, esortazioni, interiezioni esorcistiche, spesso in elaborata composizione tipografica, che descrive sette gradi di ascesi e di scoperta della sapienza. è ricco di riferimenti all'alchimia, alla Cabbala, alla dottrina delle segnature e ad altri temi dell'ermetismo" (U.Eco). Il simbolo dei Rosacroce consisteva in una stella di dodici raggi, con al centro un triangolo che contiene una Croce con una Rosa; il tutto circondato da cinque Stelle a cinque raggi mentre un'altra con sette sorgeva sopra la punta del Triangolo. Infine la scritta in greco potrebbe costituire un riferimento al più importante adepto nella tradizione alchemica del moderno Occidente; Eirenaeus Philalethes (the peaceful lover of truth) fu lo pseudonimo utilizzato dall'alchimista George Starkey (1628 - 1665). I suoi trattati ''Lo Specchio della Verità'', ''L'Entrata Aperta al Palazzo Chiuso del Re" sono stati oggetto di studio da parte di tutti i cultori dell'arte ermetica, fino ad Isaac Newton, che li ha annotati e commentati. Il fatto che il primo f. ed il corrispondente prov. Nº de ref. de la librería 0000000000962

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Dante Alighieri

Editorial: In Venezia Antonio Zatta 1757-1758 (1758)

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Descripción: In Venezia Antonio Zatta 1757-1758, 1758. 5 volumes. (4 volumes bound in 5 as preferred). First Edition and first edition of the complete works. Magnificently and profusely illustrated in each volume with very fine full page copperplate engravings and exquisite decorations throughout, including a great profusion of finely executed large engraved head and tail -pieces. (See collation below). Also with engraved titles to each volume, the first of which is printed in red and black. 4to (285 by 205 mm), splendid and proper original bindings of Italian polished calf over marbled boards, the spines with raised bands bordered in gilt, central gilt ornamental devices within the compartments. Lettered in gilt on tan morocco lettering labels. Vol.I: half-title, frontispiece engraving, engraved title, portrait engraving of Elisabetta Petrowna, noble statement dedicatory, engraved portrait of Dante , 12 pp unnumbered, engraved portraits leaf, engraved scene with Dante, I -XLVIII; I - CCCCVIII (including Catalogo De’ Signori Associati) numbered, 35 very fine copperplate engravings, as called for. Vol.II: CCCCXIII numbered pages comprising the half-title, the engraved title-page, 33 other very fine copperplate engraving + Catalogo. . Vol.III: CCCCLII - (2 ff.) -103 pages numbered, (1), engraved title-page and 33 very fine copperplate engravings. Vol.IV: engraved title-page, half-title, XII - (1) - 408 numbered pages, 4 engraved plates. Vol.V: Engraved title-page, (1) - 264; (I) - LXXXIV - (1)pages numbered, + 3 engraved illustrated plates and an engraved folding plan. Collated complete textually and with the 114 plates. A fine and fresh set in an very pleasing state of preservation, the calf bindings attractive and in excellent original state, only light evidence of age, the text-blocks crisp, clean and unpressed, the engraved plates all in fine condition, bright and clean and with strong impressions. RARE AND IMPORTANT. THE FIRST EDITION OF THE COMPLETE WORKS OF DANTE AND THE GREATEST ILLUSTRATED DANTE EVER CONCEIVED. Zatta’s Dante, a supreme production of the press and one of the great Italian illustrated books of the 18th century, also represents the first complete offering of Dante’s work. It is considered the most perfect and complete of Dante ever printed. And generally speaking, it is considered the most beautiful edition of Dante ever produced. Most copies were bound in period vellum and have suffered significantly. This copy, bound in rare period calf over boards has survived in a fine state of preservation. "Dante’s theme, the greatest yet attempted in poetry, was to explain and justify the Christian cosmos through the allegory of a pilgrimage. To him comes Virgil, the symbol of philosophy, to guide him through the two lower realms of the next world, which are divided according to the classifications of the ‘Ethics’ of Aristotle. Hell is seen as an inverted cone with its point where lies Lucifer fixed in ice at the centre of the world, and the pilgrimage from it a climb to the foot of and then up the Purgatorial Mountain. Along the way Dante passes Popes, Kings and Emperors, poets, warriors and citizens of Florence, expiating the sins of their life on earth. On the summit is the Earthly Paradise where Beatrice meets them and Virgil departs. Dante is now led through the various spheres of heaven, and the poem ends with a vision of the Deity. The audacity of his theme, the success of its treatment, the beauty and majesty of his verse, have ensured that his poem never lost its reputation. The picture of divine justice is entirely unclouded by Dante’s own political prejudices, and his language never falls short of what he describes." PMM. Nº de ref. de la librería 23600

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OPERA] CON L'ESPOSITIONI DI CHRISTOFORO LANDINO, et: Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
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Descripción: Venice Giovambattista Marchio Sessa, & fratelli 1564, 1564. First of the Edition, First Sansovino edition, First edition with a portrait of Dante. With a fine woodcut title page and 96 woodcut illustrations, including three full-page, 77 large cuts in the text. Of the cuts, there are 37 for the Inferno, 24 for Purgatorio, and 27 for Paradiso, and numerous head- and tailpieces. Printer's woodcut device on the final leaf. Folio, very fine and handsome antique Italian calf, the spine with raised bands ruled in gilt, there is a single red/brown morocco label gilt lettered and ruled. [28 ff.), 163, [4 ff.], 164-393 pp. A very handsome and very well preserved copy in a very pleasing state of preservation. Rare in full antique calf. RARE FIRST EDITION OF THIS HISTORIC PRINTING OF ONE OF THE GREAT BOOKS IN THE MIND OF MAN. This is the first edition of Dante edited by Francisco Sansovino, incorporating two commentaries: that of Christoforo Landino, which first appeared in the Florentine edition of 1481, and the noteworthy commentary of Alessandro Velutello, first published at Venice in 1544. The volume includes extensive introductory matter by all three commentators, and a running commentary that virtually overwhelms the poem itself. The woodcuts in this edition are taken from those in Velutello's edition of 1544 and represent a departure, both iconographically and stylistically, from those in the Brescia, 1487 edition--they appear more accomplished and more confident in execution. Francesco Sansovino recovered Vellutello’s commentary, never printed in Italy again until this time (except for a Lyonese reprint of 1551). This edition, printed here first in 1564, is very important because it is richly illustrated with many woodcuts taken from the edition of 1544 printed by Marcolini. The portrait of Dante on the title-page, inspired in Vasari’s tradition, is quite famous and this edition is commonly known as ‘of the big nose’. The portrait most likely comes from two paintings by Vasari, now at the Oriel College of Oxford and at the Museum of Fine Arts in Cleveland. Nº de ref. de la librería 25175

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La Divine Comédie. Le Paradis. Le Purgatoire.: DANTE ALIGHIERI -

DANTE ALIGHIERI - DALI

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Descripción: Couverture rigide. Estado de conservación: Très bon. Paris : Les heures claires, s.d. (1959-1963). 12 volumes in-4 en feuilles (6 pour le texte et 6 pour les suites), sous couvertures imprimées et rempliées. Chemises et étuis décorés de l’éditeur. Illustré de 100 compositions originales en couleurs à pleine page de Salvador DALI, ayant nécessité la gravure de 3500 bois. Tiré à 4765 ex. numérotés. 1 des 150 premiers sur vélin pur chiffon de Rives, auquel il a été ajouté une suite en couleurs, une suite du traité sur cuivre de toutes les illustrations, et une décomposition des couleurs d’une illustration (dans chaque volume, 6 en tout donc). TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE, en 12 volumes. Nº de ref. de la librería 00462

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OPERA] CON L'ESPOSITIONI DI CHRISTOFORO LANDINO, et: Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
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Descripción: Venice Appresso Gio. Battista, & Gio. Bernardo Sessa, fratelli 1578, 1578. Second issuance of the first edition with a portrait of Dante. With a fine woodcut title page and 96 woodcut illustrations, including three full-page, 77 large cuts in the text, and numerous head- and tailpieces. Printer's woodcut device on the final leaf. Folio (320 x 218 mm), in a binding of handsome contemporary antique Italian vellum over boards. Original calligraphic titling on the spine panel in Renaissance style. [28 ff.), 163, [4 ff.], 164-393. A copy in a pleasing state of preservation. The text leaves are crisp quite clean, with just a few normal blemishes here and there. Some typical toning to a few of the quires as is normal with the printing of this book. Only the most occasional of the usual spotting of staining. Dante portrait outlined in pen. RARE 1596 EDITION OF THIS HISTORIC PRINTING OF ONE OF THE GREAT BOOKS IN THE MIND OF MAN. This is the highly important edition of Dante edited by Francisco Sansovino, incorporating two commentaries: that of Christoforo Landino, which first appeared in the Florentine edition of 1481, and the noteworthy commentary of Alessandro Velutello, first published at Venice in 1544. The volume includes extensive introductory matter by all three commentators, and a running commentary that virtually overwhelms the poem itself. The woodcuts in this edition are taken from those in Velutello's edition of 1544 and represent a departure, both iconographically and stylistically, from those in the Brescia, 1487 edition--they appear more accomplished and more confident in execution. Francesco Sansovino recovered Vellutello’s commentary, never printed in Italy again until this time (except for a Lyonese reprint of 1551). This edition, printed here first in 1564, is very important because it is richly illustrated with many woodcuts taken from the edition of 1544 printed by Marcolini. The portrait of Dante on the title-page, inspired in Vasari’s tradition, is very famous and this edition is in fact commonly know as ‘of the big nose’. The sources of the portrait have probably to be found in two paintings by Vasari, now at the Oriel College of Oxford and at the Museum of Fine Arts in Cleveland. Nº de ref. de la librería 23915

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OPER?E DEL? DIVINO | POETA DANTHE CON: DANTE ALIGHIERI

DANTE ALIGHIERI

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Descripción: RECORRECTI ET CON OGNE DI- LIGENTIA NOVAMENTE IN LITTERA CVRSIVA IMPRESSE. In Bibliotheca [Vinheta com S. Bernardo] S. Bernardini. [Colofón]: Impressa in Venetia per Mister Bernardino stagnino da Trino di Monferra. Del M.CCCCC.XX. [1520] A di. XXVIII. Marzo. In 4.º (19,5x14 cm). Col: [xii], 440 fólios. Encadernação do século xviii em pergaminho rígido, dentro de uma caixa de transporte moderna. Ilustrado com uma gravura no fólio a1 e dezenas de gravuras no texto. Folha de rosto com o titulo impresso a vermelho com cercadura tipográfica gravada, tendo ao centro um retrato de corpo inteiro de S. Bernardo. Marca do impressor na frente do último fólio. Exemplar um pouco aparado à cabeça e cortes carminados. Importante edição quinhentista com os comentários de Cristovão Landino impressos em caracteres cursivos à margem do texto dos versos de Dante. Obra muito rara e valiosa, que constitui uma reprodução da primeira edição de 1512, que pela primeira vez aparece com o título do divino poeta Dante. Nos primeiros 12 cadernos contém o 'Comentário do florentino Cristoforo Landino à Comédia de Dante Alighieri, poeta florentino.' Além da Divina Comédia inclui, no final do volume, o Credo, o Pai Nosso e a Ave Maria. 'Edição rara com a folha de rosto com o título impresso a vermelho, estampada com elegantes caracteres. O Comentário é impresso ao redor do poema em caracteres cursivos de menor dimensão. A primeira gravura é de página inteira, representando Dante na Selva. O impressor Bernardino Tinker (1483 - 1538), pertencente à família de Ferrari Giolito do Trino, nunca assinou com o nome de família, mas utilizou Stagnino como apelido. Por volta de 1483 mudou-se para Veneza e praticou a arte da impressão em nome de San Bernardino. Brunet II 501 'Edition assez recherchez'; Sander 2320; Mambelli 23; Harward Coll I 144; Prince D'Essling pag. 13 n.º 536. Binding: 18th Century hard parchment, inside a modern transport case. Illustrated with a picture and dozens of engravings in the text. Title page printed in 2 colors, having at the center a portrait of S. Bernardo. Printer?s device in the last folio. Copy slightly trimmed, and paper cuts carmine at edges. Important 16th Century rare edition with title page printed in 2 colors and elegant embossed characters. Contains the commentaries of Christopher Landino printed with cursive characters in marginalia. Very rare and valuable work, which is a reproduction of the previous first edition of 1512, and the first one to appear with the title ?divine poet Dante? Besides the Divine Comedy, includes at the end of the volume, the Creed, the Our Father and the Ave Maria. The printer Bernardino Tinker (1483 - 1538), belonging to the family of de Ferrari Giolito do Trino, never signed with the family name, but used Stagnino as a nickname. Around 1483 he moved to Venice as a printer working under the title of San Bernardino. Location/localizacao: 6-AF-C. Nº de ref. de la librería 1306JC009

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LA DIVINE COMEDIE. Enfer. Purgatoire. Paradis. ------------: DANTE ALIGHIERI /

DANTE ALIGHIERI / DALI

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Descripción: Editions Les Heures Claires. Couverture rigide. Estado de conservación: Très bon. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Très bon. Edition originale. Paris , Editions Les Heures Claires 1959 à 1963. Tirage limité et numéroté SUR FORT VELIN PUR CHIFFON DE RIVES ( Série complète des 12 Volumes ( 6 volumes de texte Enfer - Paradis - Purgatoire + 6 volumes des suites :). -- Avec 100 compositions pleine page de Salvador Dali - Format grand in-4° - Couvertures rempliées sous chemises et étuis dorés. --- pagination : 184(2ff) - 190 ( 4ff ) - 184(2ff) - 206(4ff) - 190(2ff) - 194(4ff) - + 100 et 362 planches ( décomposition des bois ). *************************** L'enfer 1: Texte et 17 illustrations L'Enfer 1: Suite des 17 planches et décomposition d'une planche L'Enfer 2: Texte et 17 illustrations L'Enfer 2: Suite des 17 planches et décomposition d'une planche Le Purgatoire 1: Texte et 16 illustrations Le Purgatoire 1: Suite des 16 planches et décomposition d'une planche Le Purgatoire 2: Texte et 17 illustrations Le Purgatoire 2: Suite de 17 illustrations et décomposition d'une planche Le Paradis 1: Texte et 16 illustrations Le Paradis 1: Suite des 16 planches et décomposition d'une planche. Le Paradis 2: Texte et 17 illustrations Le Paradis 2: Suite des 17 planches et décomposition d'une planche ****************************** En 1950, à la demande de la "Libreria dello stato" à Rome, Salvador Dali s'engage à réaliser 100 aquarelles illustrant les 100 chants de la Divine Comédie de Dante pour réaliser une édition de luxe. En 1951, une partie des aquarelles étant réalisées, elles sont exposées à Rome. Le travail du Maître se poursuit lentement et les gouvernements s'étant succédés, l'un d'entre eux décide que l'oeuvre de Dante doit être illustrée par un peintre italien et fait dénoncer le contrat entre la Libreria dello stato et Salvador Dali. Salvador Dali - dont l'oeuvre est très avancée - en redevient propriétaire. En 1958, Salvador Dali vient de terminer les lithographies de Don Quichotte pour Joseph Foret et lui propose de reprendre l'illustration de la Divine Comédie. Joseph Foret, engagé avec Salvador Dali dans la réalisation de l'Apocalypse n'est pas en mesure d'accepter cette proposition et il prend contact avec ses amis des "Heures Claires" qui sont en tous points en mesure d'accepter. En juillet 1959, le contrat est signé avec les Heures Claires qui achètent l'exclusivité et tous les droits de reproduction. Les 21 exemplaires sur Japon réservés à Joseph Foret et les 4 765 exemplaires sur Velin de Rives (texte et illustrations) sont gravés et imprimés ensemble sous la direction de Jean Estrade. **************************************. Nº de ref. de la librería fav-13-aa

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COMEDIA DI DANTHE ALIGHIERI: ALIGHIERI, Dante.

ALIGHIERI, Dante.

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Descripción: poeta diuino: cõl? espositione di Christophoro lãdino. Nuouame[n]te impressa: e con somma dilige[n]tia reunita & eme[n]data: & di nuouissime postille adornata. M D XXIX [1529]. [Colofon]: Stãpato in Venetia per IACOBI del BURGOFRÃCO, Pauese. Ad instãtia del nobile messere Lucantonio giu[n]ta, Fiore[n]tino. Nellano del nostro signor. M.D.XXIX. [Venezia: Lucantonio Giunta il vecchio, 1529]. In large 8º (29x20 cm). Col: [12], 295 folios. Encadernação tardia (século 17/18) em inteira de pele com restauro recente e profissional preservando uma boa apresentação. Ilustrado com frontispício arquitectónico com medalhões decorativos contendo as efigies dos poetas clássicos (Virgílio Horácio, Ovídio, Lucrécio, Terêncio, Petrarca, Bocácio e o próprio Dante; e no friso inferior as musas e as deusas da poesia clássica (Melpómene, Calíope, etc); no verso da folha de rosto encontra-se a gravura a página inteira com o busto de Dante; no último fólio inumerado encontra-se de novo uma portada idêntica ao frontispício contendo efigies de mais poetas clássicos e um quadro com Dante a comunicar com os mesmos poetas clássicos. Capítulos iniciados com maiúsculas decorativas e outras belas capitulares historiadas. Arranjo gráfico quinhentista com corpos de texto ao centro e ilustrações historiadas no inicio do texto de cada canto. Exemplar ligeiramente aparado; com oxidação e desgaste e recuperações marginais do papel, algumas anotações quinhentista nas margens; e com títulos de posse da época sobre a folha de rosto (De Diogo Gomes de Figueyredo). About the ownership title: here are two of the same name Diogo Gomes de Figueyredo and coeval to the ownwership of this book: a renowned Field Marshal and one of Portugal's national heroes, (vide história de Portugal Restaurado, by Luis de Meneses Conde da Ericeira, tomo pag. 789) and his son also a high rank military Sargento Mayor, both fougt in the wars of Independence in 1653. The Field Marshal and was a professor of fencing to the Prince Royal, wrote two works on the use of arms in 1628 to which Antonio Barbosa Bacellar dedicated a song, and Dom Francisco Manuel de Mello in his Tres Musas del Melodino in the part titled Tuba de Caliope has a sonnet entitled ?Eulogy to a Book of the Skill at Arms, composed by General Gomes de Figueiredo. Location/localizacao: 6-AF-D. Nº de ref. de la librería 1502JC016

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Opere di Dante Alighieri: Alighieri, Dante

Alighieri, Dante

Editorial: Antonio Zatta, Venezia (1758)

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Descripción: Antonio Zatta, Venezia, 1758. Four quarto volumes: L'Inferno, Il Purgatorio, Il Paradiso, Prose & Rime Liriche. (16), xlviii, ccccviii; ccccxiii, (3); cccclii, (4), 104; xii, 408, (4), 264, lxxxiv, (2)pp. Illustrated throughout with 114 engraved plates, by F. Giampiccoli, J. Magnini, F. Rizzi, and B. Crivelli, after works by Italian artists Francesco Fontebasso, Gaetano Zompini, G. Schiavoni, and G. F. Marcazzi. Also with numerous engraved illustrations, vignettes, and a folding genealogy. An elegant set of Dante's works dedicated to the Russian Empress Elizaveta Petrovna. The set opens with a stately engraved portrait of the Empress and a dedicatory page with a sonnet composed by the editor, Count Cristoforo Zapata de Cisneros. The text includes a biography of the poet and annotations by scholars P. Pompeo Venturi and Gio. Antonio Volpe. According to an 1852 catalogue from Bernard Quaritch, this set was considered by the Italian literati at the time to be the most correct version of Dante's works, and "the annotations by Venturi and Volpi are especially esteemed." Bound by Petit, who succeeded the famed Parisian bookbinder Simier in 1849, in gilt-ruled red morocco with marbled endpapers and gilt dentelles on the turn-ins. Spine in six compartments with raised bands, gilt-titled in two and richly ornamented with gilt tooling in the remaining four. Wear to corners and bottom edge, else a fine set. T.e.g. (Bernard Quaritch, New Series No. 61, April 25, 1852). Nº de ref. de la librería 23564

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Comedia del divino poeta Danthe Alighieri, con: Alighieri Dante

Descripción: ad instantia di M. Gioanni Giolitto da Trino 1536 (al colophon, in Vineggia per M. Bernardino Stagnino), in Vinegia, 1536. Ottima legatura primi 900 in mz. pergamena con nervi, fili e scritte oro su tasselli in pelle rossa e nera al ds. Tagli azzurri. Frontis. e ultima carta foderati, alcune macchie, leggeri aloni di umidità e poche annotazioni di antica mano, ma nel complesso bell esemplare molto ben conservato di questa cinquecentesca edizione illustrata della Commedia. Mambelli, 29; Adams, D93. 8vo (cm. 20,4), 28 cc.nn., 440 cc. Medaglione con ritratto di Dante al frontis., incisione in xilografia a piena pagina all inizio dell Inferno e altre, più piccole, al principio di ciascun canto. Nº de ref. de la librería 742

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DANTE ALIGHIERI.

Editorial: In Venegia nelle Case d'Aldo & d'Andrea di Asola [Venice: Aldus and Andrea di Asola]. Agosto, (1515)

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Descripción: In Venegia nelle Case d'Aldo & d'Andrea di Asola [Venice: Aldus and Andrea di Asola]. Agosto, 1515. Second Aldine edition and first illustrated edition. Octavo. pp [2]. 244. Double-page woodcut diagram of Hell; double- and single-page woodcut charts of the sins of Hell and Purgatory. Aldine device on title-page and on verso of final leaf. Early 19th century binding of full calf.From the library of William Rossetti with a gift inscription to him on the verso of the front free endpaper: ''William Rossetti from his friend Vernon Lushington. 18 June 1873''. Rossetti had published a translation in blank verse of the Inferno in 1865. Vernon Lushington (1832-1912) was a judge closely associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood of which William Michael Rossetti was a founder member. It was Lushington, a Cambridge Apostle, who first introduced Edward Burne-Jones to Dante Gabriel Rossetti in his college rooms. Lushington's daughter Kitty was supposedly the model for Virginia Woolf's Mrs Dalloway.Early inscription on title-page. Cover rubbed at edges and joints. Hinges cracking but tight. Very good. Nº de ref. de la librería DANTEALI027505

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Divina Comedia] Dante con l'Espositioni di Christoforo: DANTE Alighieri [1265-1321]

DANTE Alighieri [1265-1321]

Editorial: Appresso Gio. Battista, & Gio. Bernardo Sessa, Fratelli, In Venetia [Venice] (1596)

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Descripción: Appresso Gio. Battista, & Gio. Bernardo Sessa, Fratelli, In Venetia [Venice], 1596. Vellum. Estado de conservación: Very Good. , 1596., Folio. Ff. [28], 163, [4], 164-392. Woodcut medallion portrait of Dante within ornamental frame on title page, and 96 woodcut illustrations (3 full-page, including 12 repetitions). Grotesque and arabesque woodcut headpieces, historiated initials, Sessa cat device on verso of last leaf. Text in italic type set within double-column commentary in Roman type. Bound in later (18th century) vellum with 19th-century red leather label (partially eroded), page edges stained red (faded), with old ink manuscript title on lower edge of text block. Binding a little soiled with short split in lower front joint. Intermittent toning to leaves, occasional marginal foxing, and light marginal dampstaining toward rear, cobweb worming to upper portion of leaves 273-293 with some loss of text, but overall a nice clean copy in a handsome, well-preserved binding. The Third Sansovino Edition. First published by the Sessa brothers in Venice in 1564, the celebrated edition of Dante edited by Francesco Sansovino (1521-1583) brings together the commentaries of Christopher Landino, originally published in Florence in 1481, and Alessandro Vellutello, which first appeared in the edition published by Francesco Marcolini in Venice, 1544. The attractive wood cuts used by the Sessas in all three folio editions are from the original blocks cut for Marcolini's 1544 edition, though the number of illustrations was increased through repetition. Adams D111. BM STC Italian p. 210. Brunet II 504. Graesse II 3 30. Mortimer, Harvard Italian 16th Century Books, 148 (for 1564 ed.). Size: Folio. Nº de ref. de la librería 21525

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AMOROSO CONVIVIO DI DANTE, Con la Additione,: Dante [Alighieri]

Dante [Alighieri]

Editorial: Vinegia Marchio Sessa 1531 (1531)

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Descripción: Vinegia Marchio Sessa 1531, 1531. Rare and important edition, and only the fourth printing of Dante’s ‘Convivio’. This edition used by academics and especially by Salvini With a beautifully engraved titlepage featuring an illustrated and regal border depicting nymphs and animals amidst climbing vines, initial 7-line capital letter handsomely engraved, colophon leaf engraved. Small octavo, in an antique binding of soft vellum, probably of the 19th century, the spine with gilt decorations all over and the title and author printed in gilt. [xvi], 112 leaves A clean, fresh and well preserved copy of this scarce work, very little spotting, crisp and unpressed and unwashed. RARE AND IMPORTANT EDITION. All 16th century editions of the work are extremely elusive. Dante’s CONVIVIO, or Banquet, is an unfinished philosophical work by the great Italian poet. It was planned as a series of 14 treatises, each in the form of a prose commentary on one of Dante’s own CANZONI. The four completed treatises, written between 1304 and 1308, draw on numerous philosophical sources but most heavily on Aristotle. It is the first work of Dante to explore certain doctrines and meditations, politics and the political society and moral man. Nº de ref. de la librería 20542

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Descripción: Bernardo Sessa,, Venezia, 1596. In folio (315 x220 mm); carte (28), 163, (4), 164 - 392 (i.e. 396). Testo incorniciato dai commenti su due colonne. Ritratto di Dante entro ricco medaglione con putti e ghirlande in xilografia al frontespizio, marca editoriale dei Sessa al colophon, numerose illustrazioni incise in legno nel testo (tre delle quali a piena pag.) tratte dall'edizione Marcolini del 1544 e già utilizzate nelle edizioni del 1564 e 1578, di cui la nostra è la ristampa. Eleganti testatine (le prime che riprendono la marca editoriale di Sessa), capolettera parlanti. Legatura del secolo XVIII in piena pergamena con titolo in oro su tassello rosso al dorso. Nota di possesso di Ranuccio Pico, supra libros di Guido di Soragna.Importante e rara edizione di Dante curata con grande finezza dal celebre letterato Francesco Sansovino (1521 - 1586), e con i commenti del Landino e del Vellutello riuniti. Bell'esemplare che presenta lievi e marginali fioriture, (foro alla F8 che lede piccola parte di testo), saltuarie bruniture. Provenienza: copia con note (al frontespizio firma di possesso manoscritta, chiose al margine, sottolineature, correzioni a inchiostro bruno, del grande collezionista e bibliofilo Ranuccio Pico di Parma. Dottore in diritto, membro dei collegi dei notari e dei giudici, Pico fu segretario dei duchi di Parma Ranuccio I e Odoardo Farnese. Mambelli, n. 52; Adams, D111. Folio,(315 x220 mm); carte (28), 163, (4), 164 - 392 (i.e. 396) Third issue of the first edition with a portrait of Dante. With a fine woodcut titlepage and 96 woodcut illustrations, including three full-page, 77 large cuts in the text, and numerous head-and tailpieces.Rare 1596 edition of this historic printing of one of the great books in the mind of man.This is the highly important edition of Dante edited by Francesco Sansovino, incorporating two commentaries: that of Christoforo landino, wich first appeared in the Florentine edition of 1481, and the noteworthy commentary of Alessandro Vellutello, first published at Venice in the 1544. The volume includes extensive introductory matter by al three commentators, and a running commentary that virtually overwhelms the poem itself. Provenance: Manuscript ownership of Ranuccio Pico at bottom title page. Guido di Soragna, gilt notes of ownership on vellum, and ex libris inside. & riformato, riveduto, & ridotto alla sua vera lettura, per Francesco Sansovino Fiorentino. Nº de ref. de la librería 10305

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Dante Alighieri

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Descripción: Padua: Salmin, 1878. 64mo (550 x 350 mm, 2 1/4 x 1 3/4 ins.), 500 pp. Portrait frontispiece. Original printed wrappers, a perfect copy as issued in a new protective box. An impossibly fine copy as issued of this tiny fragile book. One of the most renowned of miniature books, Spielmann thought the type (known as "flies' eyes" and measuring about two-point) was "the smallest ever employed." The Grolier Club's "Miniature Books: 4,000 Years of Tiny Treasures" reports that working with this miniscule type, "is said to have injured the eyesight of both the compositor and corrector. It took one month to print 30 pages, and new types were necessary for every new form." Spielmann 114; Bondy p.95. Bromer and Edison: Grolier Catalogue, pp. 47-49 (rebound, illus.). The Hauck copy (rebound) fetched $5760 in 2006. Exceptionally scarce in trade. Fosberg, Multum in Parvo, p. 427 et seq. (BSA Papers Dec. 2016). Nº de ref. de la librería 107914

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La Comedia Del Divino Dante Alighieri Da: Dante Alighieri

Dante Alighieri

Editorial: Leo S. Olschki, Firenza (1912)

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Descripción: Leo S. Olschki, Firenza, 1912. Full-Leather. Estado de conservación: Very Good. Estado de la sobrecubierta: No DJ as Issued. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. A truly magnificent and rare handmade volume -- limited in this edition to 300 copies, of which this is #164 -- created on the 700th anniversary of the Divine Comedy. The book features beautifully reproduced woodcuts from the 1491 Venice edition, embossed leather over full wooden boards with brass clasps, bosses, a bust of Dante and handmade, watermarked paper. Last (but not least) this copy was inscribed (1926) by Giuseppe Garibaldi II, grandson of THE Giuseppe Garibaldi and himself a noteworthy Italian soldier/adventurer. Along with a gorgeous clamshell box, one leather strap and brass clasp were provided by the expert Lehmann Bindery. The condition is excellent, with only one boss missing and light scuffing at the boards. Inscribed by Author(s). Nº de ref. de la librería 006274

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Descripción: ad instantia di m. Gioanni Giolitto da Trino, In Vinegia, 1536. p.perg seicentesca. Scritte di antica mano di Ricasoli al frontespizio lievi aloni sparsi lieve rifilatura di testa Marca tipografica con cuore sormontato da croce al frontespizio. Busto di Dante Alighieri in xilografia ovale al frontespizio capilettera ornati illustrazione xilografica a piena pagina posta a inizio del primo canto seguono 98 vignette xilografiche intercalate nel testo. Terza edizione dello Stagnino (dopo quelle del 1512 e 1520) (28) + 440 c.c. p. - in-8. Nº de ref. de la librería 21290

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Alighieri Dante (1265-1321) - Dal" Salvador (1904-1989)

Editorial: Arte e Scienze Salani 355x280 mm, Firenze

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Descripción: Arte e Scienze Salani 355x280 mm, Firenze. La nostra copia fa parte della tiratura di 100 esemplari impressi dalla Stamperia Valdonega di Verona su carta a mano dei Fratelli Magnani di Pescia, e arricchiti di una seconda serie di tutte le tavole. Le incisioni e le 100 tavole a colori sono state eseguite a Parigi sotto la direzione del Maestro Raymond Jacquet su carta Rives. Confezione eseguita dalla Legatoria Torriani di Milano. Ns esemplare numero XCVII 159; 160-327; 163; 164-329; 163; 164-321 corredata da 100 tavv.a colori f.t. p. 6 voll + volume delle tavole in-folio a fascicoli sciolti conservati in brossura edit. con sovraccoperta, custodie cartonate e cofanetti. Nº de ref. de la librería 31358

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Alighieri, Dante

Editorial: Imago (Rimini) (2015)

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Descripción: Imago (Rimini), 2015. Edizione Facsimile del manoscritto miniato su pergamena SC-MS 1162 (D II 41). Esemplare n. 30 di 599, di cui 529 a numeri arabi, 50 in numeri romani, 20 HC fuori commercio. Miniature attribuite a Giacomo Gradenigo, ad un bolognese prossimo al Maestro delle iniziali di Bruxelles e al veneto Cristoforo Cortese. Rimini, 2015; ril. in pelle, pp. 252, ill. col., tavv. col., cm 20,5x28 (cofanetto). (Ars illuminandi). L'illustre codice gambalunghiano della Divina Commedia (Sc-Ms. 1162) è generalmente noto come Dante gradenighiano o gradonighiano dal nobile veneziano Giacomo Gradenigo (ca. metà XIV secolo-ante 1420), diplomatico letterato e fine poeta cortigiano, che copiò il poema dantesco, lo corredò di un commento che ripropone in forma accresciuta e più organica quello di Jacopo della Lana, e premise alle cantiche alcune epitomi in terzine di Menghino Mezzani, Jacopo Alighieri e Giovanni Boccaccio. Egli svela la propria identità e il proprio ruolo di copista nel sonetto caudato posto nel contropiatto superiore, dove così apostrofa il lettore: "Se saper vol letor cui il libro scrisse, gli capiversi il nome non fallisse". E in effetti le iniziali di ciascun verso, lette in acrostico, compongono il nome "IACOMO GRADONICO". Il codice (c. 2r) si fregia delle armi dei Sanudo accompagnate dagli emblemi di Giacomo Gradenigo: scudo con banda azzurra in campo d'argento, sormontato da due cartigli bianchi con motto ora illeggibile e da due elmi con padiglioni frangiati color rosso e cimieri rispettivamente a grifo coronato e a busto virile nudo e barbato con benda bianca svolazzante. Evidenti segni di manomissione indicano che lo stemma dei Sanudo fu eseguito sopra quello dei Gradenigo, di rosso alla banda d'argento scalinata. Le armi dei Sanudo figurano anche impresse sul piatto inferiore della coperta in pelle, che dunque è sicuramente antica ma forse non originale. Il manoscritto deve essere passato precocemente ai Sanudo e in quel momento dotato del loro stemma familiare. Certamente si trovava presso di loro già nei primi decenni del Quattrocento, perché alla Bodleian Library di Oxford si conserva un Inferno di Dante (Can. Ital. 115), datato 1422 e sottoscritto da Marino Sanudo, che ne ripete in maniera maldestra e parziale i disegni (quattordici su ventiquattro). Con buona probabilità pervenne ai Sanudo grazie agli stretti vincoli di amicizia e parentela che legarono Giacomo Gradenigo a Filippo Sanudo, la cui figlia Candiana nel 1390 aveva sposato Pietro, figlio di Giacomo. Il Dante gradenighiano è un codice membranaceo fortemente mutilo: mancano i canti XI (eccetto le prime due terzine)-XIII, XVII-XXIX e le prime quattro terzine del XXX dell'Inferno; i canti VI-XIV, i primi 20 versi del XV, i canti XX-XXIII, XXVIII (eccetto le prime venti terzine)-XXXIII del Purgatorio; le epitomi (?) e i canti XVI (eccetto i primi 19 versi)-XXXIII del Paradiso. È corredato da un originale e raffinato apparato illustrativo, che si interrompe ai primi otto canti dell'Infernoma che doveva coprire l'intero codice, come dimostrano gli spazi bianchi riservati a iniziali e vignette: a c. 2r, in sede di epitome, fregio a foglie d'acanto sui quattro margini con stemma dei Sanudo nel bas-de-page; da c. 2r a c. 22r, cioè all'inizio delle epitomi e dei primi 8 canti, 22 iniziali decorate, di cui le prime 5 conformi al fregio, le altre 17 di tipo diverso e qualità inferiore; a cc. 3r-23v, 24 vignette figurate che illustrano i primi otto canti dell'Inferno. Apre la serie la vignetta a tempera con "Dante e Virgilio nella selva oscura". Seguono 23 disegni a penna, acquerellati in tinte leggere e contornati da una sottile cornice rossa, accurati nei primi fogli poi via via più frettolosi e sommari. Si rileva la cancellatura per mano vandalica di alcune miniature e la totale campitura in nero delle raffigurazioni dei diavoli, forse per sovrapposizione successiva (cc. 8r, 13v, 16v, 18v, 20r, 23r-v). Dati preziosi sulla struttura originaria, la confezione. Nº de ref. de la librería 3042515

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Dante Alighieri

Editorial: Salani, Firenze (1964)

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Descripción: Salani, Firenze, 1964. Cartonato. Le tre cantiche sono illustrate da 100 tavv. a colori, create da Salvador Dali', incise e stampate da Raymond Jacquet a Parigi, su carta di Rives. Importante edizione impressa dalla Stamperia Valdonega di Verona, su carta a mano Magnani. Tiratura di 2900 esemplari.Le misure sono relative a tutti i 6 volumi assieme. Numero di tavole: 100 pp.326; 327; 319 altezza 35 larghezza 32 Esemplare in 6 volumi in ottimo stato. Ogni volume à in cofanetto. Nº de ref. de la librería NARCIT1000028-3717

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La Divina Commedia di Dante: ALIGHIERI Dante 1265-1321

ALIGHIERI Dante 1265-1321

Editorial: Ulrico Hoepli, Milano (1879)

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Descripción: Ulrico Hoepli, Milano, 1879. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Very Good Plus. 64mo - up to 3" tall. 1879, VG+, Hoepli Milano, Miniature. In full red morocco, contemporary upper cover decorative gilt tooling, corners brushed. New lower cover w doublure to style.Spine, relaid, raised bands, gilt titles and tooling. Internally, decorative board edges and turn-ins, red marbled endpapers, a.e.g, half title, portrait tissue guarded frontis, tp text in red and black, [6], [1], 2-499 pp, [1] limitation, 1 pl (frontis). Uncommon Milano Hoepli edition. 5*3cm. or 2*1.25 inches. (Welsh 2169. Mikrobiblion 76. Spielmann 114). The type for this microscopic edition was cast in 1850, when an attempt was made to set up the Divina commedia. The work was abandoned shortly, but was resumed in 1873. The colophon records the names of those concerned in the work. 1,000 copies were printed and the type destroyed. cf. Cornell Dante catalogue. Giuseppe Geche - typesetter. Luigi Baldan - printer. Nº de ref. de la librería 005818

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L Enfer. avec les dessins de Gustave: Alighieri Dante

Alighieri Dante

Editorial: Librairie de l Hachette et C.ie, Paris (1861)

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Descripción: Librairie de l Hachette et C.ie, Paris, 1861. Bella legatura coeva in mz. marocchino con nervi ed angoli. Ricchi fregi e titolo oro al ds. Taglio superiore dorato. Carte di guardia marmorizzate. Edizione originale con la prima tiratura delle splendide composizioni del Doré, incise in legno con particolare finezza. Rarissima. Mambelli, 321 (con collazione errata). Presente - secondo ICCU - in sole quattro Biblioteche italiane. Folio (cm. 43), 2 cc.nn. (occhietto e antiporta con ritratto di Dante), IV-194 pp., 1 c.nn. con LXXV tavv. f.t. ciascuna protetta da velina parlante . Testo in francese e italiano. Nº de ref. de la librería 5300

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DANTE URBINATE (IL) DELLA BIBLIOTECA VATICANA (: ALIGHIERI DANTE( 1265-

ALIGHIERI DANTE( 1265- 1321)

Editorial: Biblioteca apostolica vaticana - Fratelli Fabbri editori, Città del Vaticano (1965)

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Descripción: Biblioteca apostolica vaticana - Fratelli Fabbri editori, Città del Vaticano, 1965. A Cura: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana . Edizione: Prima edizione esemplare n°682 di 1990 . Pagine: 294 . Illustrazioni: Fotolitografie eseguite dalla Flam di Milano. . Formato: in folio . Rilegatura: Cartonato pergamena con nervature coperte ai dorsi. Cofanetto originale. Ai piatti e al dorso fregi dorati . Stato: Buono . Caratteristiche: Riproduzione fac-simile in occasione del settimo centenario della nascita di Dante. Carta fabbricata dalla Cartiera del Sole di Sora.Foto disponibili. Il volume era in vendita singolo. Successivamente fu stampato un volume introduttivo che però non faceva parte del codice. . Collana: Codices e Vaticanis Selecti . Nº de ref. de la librería 20922

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Dante con l'espositione di m. Bernardino Daniello: Alighieri, Dante (1265-1321);

Alighieri, Dante (1265-1321); Bernardino Daniello (ca. 1500-1565)

Editorial: In Venetia: appresso Pietro da Fino, MDLXVIII (1568)

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Descripción: In Venetia: appresso Pietro da Fino, MDLXVIII, 1568. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Estado de conservación: Muy bien. 1ª Edición. [i.e. 1568].- [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // 4º, (205x149mm.); [12], 727, [1] p.: il.; sign.: [*]6 A-4Y4; marca tipográfica en portada, motto 'Tota nocte excubo'; capitales xilografiadas; grabados a toda página del infierno en el centro de la tierra en verso de *6; del purgatorio en verso de Ff3 y del paraiso celestial en verso de Ppp; xilografía explicando el funcionamiento de un eclipse, en verso de Yyy; marca tipográfica de gran formato en el colofón.- // Encuadernación de época en pergamino, lomo rotulado 'Dante comentix'. Papel muy limpio, salvo algunas mínimas manchas leves muy esporádicas, con un pequeño punto de taladro en el margen inferior transversal a casi todo el libro. En verso de hoja de guarda: "Por particular comission del illmo sr. Cardenal de Toledo se espurgo este libro conforme al nuevo esPurgatorio en Burgos a 20 de Deciembre de 1613, d Francisco de Prado". Censuras someras y limpias que dejan leer el texto en p. 24, 127-128, 471-475 y 553. De todas ellas, solo una afecta al texto original de Dante, al canto 19 del Infierno.- // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Refs.: Refs.: Brunet II, 504; Colomb, I, p. 93; Graesse, II, 330.- // Impresión original póstuma de la edición de la 'Divina Commedia' comentada por Bernardino Daniello, bien completa de los tres grabados. Lo cuidado de la edición y la riqueza de los comentarios han hecho de esta la más célebre de las ediciones dantescas del XVI. Sobre los comentarios de Daniello, puede acudirse a Deborah Parker: 'Bernardino Daniello and the Commentary Tradition', en Dante Studies (1988) 106: 111-121, así como a Robert Höllander (ed.), L'espositione di Bernardino Daniello da Lucca sopra la Comedia di Dante, Hanover (NH): University Press of New England, 1989. Nº de ref. de la librería C-0371

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L'Enfer De Dante Alighieri: DANTE ALIGHIERI

DANTE ALIGHIERI

Editorial: Librairie De L. Hachette et Cie, Paris (1862)

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Descripción: Librairie De L. Hachette et Cie, Paris, 1862. Cloth. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. Gustave Dore Ilustrador. 1st Edition. Green textured cloth with gilt lettering and designs on spine. Multiple gilt frames on front panel with elaborate gilt title. Marbled endpapers. 194 pp with 75 full page tissue guarded engravings by Dore. Translated into French with the accompanying Italian text by De Pier-Angelo Fiorentino.Wear to the extremities. Hinges starting. Sporadic foxing but generally clean. Both Dante's and Dore's masterpieces in one volume. This is an impressive book. Size: Folio. Nº de ref. de la librería 20977

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The First Ten Cantos of the Inferno: Dante Alighieri and

Dante Alighieri and Thomas William Parsons (John Neal association copy)

Editorial: William D. Ticknor (privately printed), Boston (1843)

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Descripción: William D. Ticknor (privately printed), Boston, 1843. JOHN NEAL'S COPY, with his lightly-penciled annotations, OF THE FIRST AMERICAN EDITION OF ANY PART OF DANTE'S DIVINE COMEDY. 83 pp. + an engraved portrait frontispiece of Dante by David Claypool Johnston. The translator, Thomas William Parsons (1819-1892), was a leading Boston dentist (!), poet, and intellectual. A contemporary (and acquaintance) of Longfellow, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Emerson, Thoreau, and James Russell Lowell, this is his first published work. Although he was only in his early 20s when he composed this translation, he demonstrates a highly-developed poetic sensibility and the work has considerable literary merit (and doubtless played a role in encouraging Parsons' friend Longfellow to translate the entire Comedy a few decades later). Still, Dante was relatively unknown in America during the early 19th century, and so very few copies of this privately-printed edition were issued. This is AN OUTSTANDING ASSOCIATION COPY, with a presentation inscription from Parsons to JOHN NEAL, ESQ. Neal (1793-1876) was an intellectual who traveled in the same literary circles as Parsons. He is considered the first American author to use slang in his writing, and was an early proponent of women's rights (and a lawyer, boxer, and architect as well). Neal read this book carefully, as attested by several brief, lightly-penciled marginal annotations. Published by William Davis Ticknor (1810-1864), who went on to found Ticknor and Fields. Printed on fine wove paper. Large 8vo. BOUND IN THE ORIGINAL CLOTH-BACKED BOARDS, WITH THE ORIGINAL PAPER SPINE LABEL INTACT. Some wear to extremities of binding, but structurally solid. INTERNALLY FINE AND BRIGHT. Housed in a custom-made cloth folding case. Colomb de Batines I, 269 (not mentioning the frontispiece portrait present here); BAL 15518 (with note that this work is cited without being seen). A truly exceptional copy of an important and extremely rare book. Nº de ref. de la librería 38433

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Alighieri, Dante

Editorial: Salerno Editrice (2014)

ISBN 10: 8884029465 ISBN 13: 9788884029461

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Descripción: Salerno Editrice, 2014. Estado de conservación: new. Roma, 2014; ril., pp. 650, ill. col., cm 34x22,5. Nº de ref. de la librería 2918081

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La Commedia - Inferno - Illustrazioni di: Dante Alighieri -

Dante Alighieri - Introduzione, premessa e commenti di Lucia Battaglia Ricci

Editorial: FMR Gruppo ART'E', Bologna (2004)

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Descripción: FMR Gruppo ART'E', Bologna, 2004. Rilegato. Estado de conservación: in ottime condizioni. prima edizione. FMR Gruppo ART'E' - Collana: FMR Scripta, 2004. Introduzione, premessa e commenti di Lucia Battaglia Ricci. Illustrazioni di Mario Donizetti. Libro di grandi dimensioni cm 34x46x8. Esemplare n. 284 di 575. Il testo dantesco è tratto da Società Dantesca Italiana - Edizione Nazionale. Dante Alighieri - La Commedia secondo l'antica vulgata - A cura di Giorgio Petrocchi. Serigrafia di Mario Donizetti in copertina: Quivi le brutte Arpie lor nidi fanno. Serigrafia autografata originale in quindici colori su lastra di acciaio ricoperta in oro puro, formato cm 25x35, eseguita presso la Stamperia d'Arte L'Incisione in tiratura limitata a cinquecentosettantacinque esemplari numerati. Con 9 tavole a colori fuori testo a tutta pagina realizzate con tecnica litoserigrafica. Carta in puro cotone. Rilegatura in pelle di montone tinta in botte e rifinita a mano, con sei nervature sul dorso e iscrizioni in oro, realizzata a mano presso la legatoria L'Arte del Libro di Todi. Certificato di autenticità e provenienza. Custodia rigida con scritte in oro. FMR Group ART'E '- Book series: FMR Scripta, 2004. Introduction and commentary by Lucia Battaglia Ricci. Illustrations by Mario Donizetti. Large book 34x46x8 cm. Copy No. 284 of 575. The text is taken from Società Dantesca Italiana - Edizione Nazionale. Dante Alighieri - La Commedia secondo l'antica vulgata - Edited by Giorgio Petrocchi. Mario Donizetti screen printing on the cover: Quivi le brutte Arpie lor nidi fanno. Signed Original silkscreen in fifteen colors on steel plate coated in pure gold, 25x35 cm format, performed at the Stamperia d'Arte L'Incisione in a limited edition of five hundred seventy-five numbered copies. With 9 color plates created with litoserigrafica technique. Paper made of pure cotton. Leather binding finished by hand, with six cordbound and inscriptions in gold, made by L'Arte del Libro di Todi. Certificate of authenticity and origin. Hard case with gold writing. Worldwide delivery. copia autografata. Nº de ref. de la librería 003781

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Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)

Editorial: London Printed for Taylor and Hessey, Fleet Street 1819 (1819)

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Descripción: London Printed for Taylor and Hessey, Fleet Street 1819, 1819. 3 volumes. A LARGE PAPER COPY of the FIRST TRADE EDITION of the FIRST MODERN TRANSLATION of Dante into English in its complete form including all the parts of the trilogy. Preceded only by the privately printed edition issued by the author. Additionally, for this edition is affixed a Life of Dante, Notes and an Index. Tall 8vo, very handsomely and beautifully bound in three-quarter burnt-red morocco by Bayntun early in the last century, the covers with fine French marbled paper over boards and morocco at the corners, the spines decorated with raised bands ruled in blind, gilt lettered and numbered in two compartments of each volume, marbled end-leaves, t.e.g. lii, 303; xi, 309; 297, (28) index pp., with all three half-titles as called for. A fine and very handsome set in excellent condition, essentially as pristine. The bindings and text-blocks are in wonderful condition, very finely preserved. RARE FIRST EDITION AND COMPLETE SET IN A VERY HANDSOME EARLY BAYNTUN BINDING. ONE OF THE GREAT BOOKS OF ALL TIME. Cary’s famous translation has long been considered the first modern rendering of Dante’s timeless epic into English. While previous English translations prior to Cary’s had been accomplished in the 18th century, none were able to transfer into the English language, the beauty and richness of language for which Dante has forever been revered. It took Cary many years to make the complete translation. Indeed, the parts of the COMEDY were released over a number of years from 1805 on. Cary was influenced greatly by the Romantics and by Coleridge in particular. Though the text was finished in mid-1812, Cary was unable to secure a publisher and was, after some years, obliged even with his very modest means to publish the work at his own expense. It at first excited little attention, but it came under great notice primarily because of the applause of Coleridge whom Cary had met while pacing the beach reading Homer to his son. ‘Sir,’ said Coleridge, attracted by the sound of the Greek, ‘yours is a face I should know. I am Samuel Taylor Coleridge." "During the rest of the day, the wondrous stranger discoursed on Homer making young Cary ‘feel as one from whose eyes the scales were just removed,’ and inthe evening carried home the translation of Dante, of which he had never even heard. The next day he was able to repeat whole pages, and his winter course of lectures gave it celebrity. The new and first edition published by a general publisher was secured in 1819, and ever since,.it has remained the translation which, on Dante’s name being mentioned, occurs first to the mind." Cary’s translation allowed the rediscovery of Dante’s masterpiece by the British of the Romantic Era and it was praised not only by Coleridge, but by Shelley, Byron and Wordworth as well. Copies of this, the first generally published edition of the book in its original three-decker format are extremely scarce. This is a still more scarce large paper copy. As to Dante himself, "Dante’s theme, the greatest yet attempted in poetry, was to explain and justify the Christian cosmos through the allegory of a pilgrimage. To him comes Virgil, the symbol of philosophy, to guide him through the two lower realms of the next world, which are divided according to the classifications of the ‘Ethics’ of Aristotle. Hell is seen as an inverted cone with its point where lies Lucifer fixed in ice at the centre of the world, and the pilgrimage from it a climb to the foot of and then up the Purgatorial Mountain. Along the way Dante passes Popes, Kings and Emperors, poets, warriors and citizens of Florence, expiating the sins of their life on earth. On the summit is the Earthly Paradise where Beatrice meets them and Virgil departs. Dante is now led through the various spheres of heaven, and the poem ends with a vision of the Deity. The audacity of his theme, the success of its treatment, the beauty and majesty of his verse, have ensured that his poem never lost its reputation. The pictur. Nº de ref. de la librería 25390

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