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  • El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la: Cervantes Saavedra (Miguel

    Cervantes Saavedra (Miguel de)

    Publicado por Roger Velpius (1607)

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    Descripción: woodcut initials and ornaments, paper-flaw at lower outer corner of L2 (no loss to text), a bit of ink staining on R4r, occasional light browning, a few mild damp-stains in the margins, ?wax stain on front fly-leaf affecting the title-page slightly, pp. [xxiv], 592, [8], 8vo, contemporary calf, double gilt fillets on sides, arms (unidentified: Franco-Belgian?) blocked in gilt to both covers, that on the upper cover with a little loss of gilt, that on the lower good and bright, flat spine with a border of double gilt fillets, headcaps defective, cracking to joints, rear endpapers sometime renewed (not, apparently, very recently) preserved in a fine red morocco backed folding box by Trevor Lloyd. Rare, especially in commerce. A complete copy in a fine contemporary binding of the first Brussels (first extra-Iberian) edition of the novel "which is to Spanish literature what Shakespeare is to English" (Bloom). Ruiz notes that this edition was the most finely printed of the early versions to date. Don Quixote won immediate fame when first printed in 1605 for its "variety, liveliness, and gibes at the famous. "Its subdued pathos and universal humanity have assured it a place as "one of those universal works which are read by all ages at all times" (PMM). It quickly went through numerous editions,and translations. This edition is the seventh overall - all early editions are rare. Velpius's edition, which introduced the text to Northern Europe, is based on Cuesta's second of 1605, with many misprints and other textual infelicities corrected, and itself 'corregido con cuidado' (Palau). RBH and ABPC record only 3 other copies at auction in the last 30 years. In Maggs's 1927 catalogue a copy in a Zaehnsdorf binding (with the second part) was priced £52 10s. The second part, which Cervantes wrote in response to spurious sequels, appeared 10 years later. The arms feature as 'unidentified' at the end of vol. 15 of 'Manuel de l'Amateur de Reliures Armoriées Françaises' (with thanks to Dr Sara Trevisan pointing us there). (CCPB000042471-4; Palau 51981; Ruiz 7; USTC 5039050; cf. PMM 111). Nº de ref. del artículo: 64375

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  • El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la: Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel

    Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de.

    Publicado por Madrid, Don Joaquín Ibarra for the Real Academia, 1780. (1780)

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    Descripción: 4to (295 x 220 mm). 4 vols. including additional engraved title-pages, portrait of the author, 31 engraved plates after various artists, and 1 double-page engraved map. Bound in contemporary mottled sheep, richly gilt with tooled borders and spines and with red morocco title labels. Sympathetically restored with later endpapers. With the bookplate of the executed Emperor of Mexico, Maximilian, on pastedown. Additional bookplate of Laurent Veydt (1800-77, Belgian Minister of Finance), as well as letter recording the presentation of the these volumes to Jules Malou (1810-86, Belgian Prime Minister) in 1876. A large copy of the most famous edition of "Don Quixote" ever produced, with a remarkable provenance. The "Ibarra" edition of 1780 was described by Palau as "magnificent, superior in artistic beauty to all others produced in Spain or abroad"; Richard Ford declares that "no grand library should be without it". Undoubtedly it was on these merits that Ibarra's edition was famously cast in Roman Polanski's 1999 thriller "The Ninth Gate": in the exposition of that film, Johnny Depp's character (an enterprising if vulture-minded rare book dealer) swindles an unwitting couple, heirs to a library to be dispersed, out of what in fact was their pièce de résistance - a set of Ibarra's "Quixote" which he claims is worth "no more than four thousand dollars". - The present copy was purchased (for an unknown sum in pesos) by Emperor Maximilian of Mexico during his brief reign (1864-67) as part of what he hoped would become the nucleus of a National Library; after his execution by firing squad his books were salvaged and sent by mule-back to Vera Cruz, in order to be sold at public auction in Leipzig. - Among the thousands of books amassed by Don Maximiliano, his copy of Don Quixote holds a special place. Younger brother of the Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I, Maximilian was sent to Mexico at the tender age of 32 in order to provide a figurehead for the French invasion of that country begun in 1861. Dashing and charismatic, Maximilian would ride into battle in full Mexican regalia, with a large white sombrero, the Order of the Mexican Eagle around his neck, and two revolvers and a sabre. The picture was completed by his frisky horse Orispelo and his very own 'Sancho Panza', his secretary Jose Luis Blasio, who rode a tame mule beside him. It is easy to see why modern historians often call the Viennese-born, self-proclaimed Emperor of Mexico a 'Quixotic' figure; even during Maximillian's lifetime one of his critics in French parliament, Jules Favre, mercilessly derided him as a 'veritable Don Quixote'. Such comparisons were undoubtedly justified; yet the romance of Maximilian's tragic misadventure in Mexico is only heightened by the physical evidence that he once owned a personal copy of Cervantes' great novel - in a spectacular and highly sought-after edition, no less. - The Ibarra edition was prepared at great expense over the course of seven years for the Real Academia, printed on deluxe paper in a specifically-designed typeface and illustrated by the foremost Spanish artists of the time. To this day it remains a monument of Spanish printing, and a fitting tribute to what many regard as the first modern novel in the Hispanic tradition. - The dispersal of Maximilian's library itself forms a fascinating chapter in the present volumes' history. Rebels under the command of Benito Juarez captured and shot the emperor on the 19th June 1867. Likely at the instigation of the Mexican bookseller José Maria Andrade, who had yet to be paid for Maximilian's purchases, the books were packed onto mules and dispatched to Vera Cruz, from whence they sailed for Europe. Their sale in 1869 was one of the greatest of the 19th century - and perhaps the greatest sale of Spanish Americana of all time. Hubert Howe Bancroft was a strong buyer of early Mexican imprints at the sale; and thus many of Maximilian's books are today found in the Bancroft Library at Berkeley. Another major spender was J. F. Sabin. According to the results published later that year, the present volumes made 33 thalers - a very respectable sum, but by no means the highest price paid in those rooms. As the bookplates show, they soon made their way into the possession of the Belgian Minister of Finance, Laurent Veydt, who in 1876 presented them to his Prime Minister. We hope that the noble lineage of this set may be continued! Palau 52024. Cohen/de Ricci 218f. Ebert 3928 ("A masterpiece of typography"). Cf. also the sale catalogue by Andrade & Deschamps, Catalogue de la riche bibliothèque (Leipzig, List & Francke), no. 772. Nº de ref. del artículo: 45326

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  • Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de

    Publicado por Edward Blount, London (1620)

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    Vendedor: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB (Palm Beach, FL, Estados Unidos de America)

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    Descripción: Exceedingly rare first complete edition in English of Cervantes' masterpiece comprising the second edition of the first part and the first edition of the second part. Small octavo, 2 volumes bound in full calf with red morocco spine labels lettered in gilt, gilt turn-ins, frontispiece portrait of the author to Vol. I, engraved headpieces, tailpieces and initials. Translated from the original Spanish by Thomas Shelton, his first English translation published in 1612 was the first translation in any language, and took him only forty days to complete. The true first edition of Don Quixote was published in Madrid by Francisco de Robles in two parts in 1605 and 1614. The first part of Shelton's first English version was published in 1612 with the second part added in 1620, both published in quarto. The present edition is the first complete edition published in the English language with both the first and second parts published and sold simultaneously. Volume one is a second edition with the text block trimmed as usual, in very good condition. Volume two is a first edition, lacking the engraved title as with many copies, and believed to be indicative of an earlier state. "Duff suggested that the reason this plate is lacking in so many copies of the second part is because it was not prepared until after a good many copies had been sold without it" (Pforzheimer 140; Grolier Langland to Wither 213) Early ownership signature, most likely Herbert Lunsford located at the head of the errata sheet. Sir Herbert Lunsford (c. 1610-1664) was a military figure and brother to Thomas Lunsford, who is reputed to have been a ruthless pirate and fearless adventurer. There are some who believe that these brothers, along with their brother Henry, served as the models for the Three Musketeers. Catalog entry, handwritten note, and newspaper clipping containing bibliographical information affixed to verso of front board. An exceptional example of this rarity, very rare to find complete. Often cited as the first modern novel, Cervantes' masterpiece Don Quixote remains not only the most influential work of literature to emerge from the Spanish Golden Age, but the most important work of the entire Spanish literary canon. The Shelton translation is generally considered the English translation that "realizes Cervantes' manner more nearly than any successor." (DNB). "It is interesting to realize that the first modern novel was composed by a sick, aged and impoverished man, who believed that a satirical tale might produce more revenue than the poems and plays that he regarded as his more serious mission. Under the guise of a parody on romances of chivalry, Cervantes created a study of reality and illusion, madness and sanity, that links him with such acute 16th-century students of psychology as Erasmus, Rabelais, Montaigne, and Shakespeare" (Folger's Choice 30). Nº de ref. del artículo: 117895

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  • EL INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QUIXOTE DE LA: CERVANTÈS SAAVEDRA, Miguel

    Descripción: En Brucelas [Bruxelles]: Por Roger Velpius y Huberto Antonio [puis] Huberto Antonio, 1611-1616. Deux parties en deux vol. in-8: 10.5 x 17 cm. I/ 8 ff. n. chiff. [titre, épître, prologue], 583-[3] pp., 3 ff. n. chiff. [table, privilège]. II/ 7 ff. n. chiff. [titre, épître, prologue, approbation, table], 687 pp. EXCEPTIONNELLE RÉUNION DES DEUX PARTIES DEDON QUICHOTTE PUBLIÉES À BRUXELLES DU VIVANT DE CERVANTÈS (1547-1616). Seconde édition bruxelloise de la première partie de Don Quichotte, après celle de 1607, mais dixième édition du texte depuis l'originale de Madrid de 1605. Bien complète ici de la précieuse seconde partie du chef d uvre de Cervantès, en deuxième édition parue seulement quelques mois après l'originale madrilène. (Ruis, Cervantes, I, no. 10 & I, no. 13). On peut ainsi considéré cet ensemble comme la seconde édition complète de Don Quichotte. Il faudra en effet attendre l'année suivante pour que voit le jour à Barcelone, la première édition réunissant les deux parties à la même date. Reliure en veau brun. Dos à cinq nerfs avec pièce de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge, caissons ornés aux petits fers. Gardes recouvertes de papier marbré. Tranches mouchetées. Gouttière, coiffes et coins habillement restaurées. Passages surlignés en rouge au crayon. Rarissime et désirable édition parue du vivant de l'auteur!. Nº de ref. del artículo: 8016

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  • Segunda parte del ingenioso cavallero Don Quixote: CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel

    CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de.

    Publicado por Barcelona, Sebastian Matevat (1617)

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    Vendedor: Librairie Amélie Sourget (Paris, Francia)

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    Descripción: Couverture rigide. Condición: Très bon. CERVANTES Saavedra, Miguel de. [DON QUICHOTTE]. SEGUNDA PARTE DEL INGENIOSO CAVALLERO DON QUIXOTE DE LA MANCHA. Por Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, autor de su primera Parte. Dirigida a Don Pedro Fernandez de Castro. Barcelona, Sebastian Matevat, Ano 1617. In-8 de (6) ff., 357 ff., (9) pp. de table. Vélin ivoire à recouvrement de l époque, traces d attache, dos à deux nerfs, titre calligraphié au dos, tranches jaspées. Reliure de l époque. 145 X 97 mm. « Rarissime édition, la première dont les deux parties aient été imprimées dans la même ville et sous la même date. Navarette n en connut que le second volume, et Salva affirme n avoir jamais vu que son exemplaire de complet. » (Ricardo Heredia). Ricardo Hérédia, n°2518 ; Salva, n°2654 ; Palau, 51989 ; Brunet, I, 1749 ; Graesse, II, 106 ; Rahir, Bibliothèque de l amateur, 360. L exemplaire était en reliure très postérieure. PREMIERE EDITION BARCELONAISE DE LA SECONDE PARTIE DE DON QUICHOTTE parue deux ans après l originale de Madrid. De tous temps les deux parties se sont vendues séparément. Il suffit pour s en convaincre de consulter Salva, Ricardo Heredia ou Brunet. Cela s explique par les 10 années qui séparent la publication des deux parties et par leur faible tirage. LA SECONDE PARTIE DE DON QUICHOTTE EST BIEN PLUS QU UNE SUITE, C EST UN LIVRE COMPLET EN LUI-MEME « qui est en quelque sorte l illustration, l interprétation et la conclusion définitive de la première ». La renommée triomphale de la première partie encouragea Cervantès à produire un nouveau chef-d uvre. CETTE EDITION EST DECRITE DANS LA COLLECTION LA PLUS COMPLETE DES UVRES DE Cervantès REUNIE AU XIXE SIECLE PAR Ricardo Hérédia, comte de Benahavis dont la vente eut lieu à Paris en 1892. Celui-ci possédait les 10 premières éditions de la première partie, l originale de Madrid de la seconde partie, publiée en 1615, 2 exemplaires de la seconde édition imprimée à Bruxelles en 1616, puis celle de Barcelone de 1617, mais en reliure très postérieure. « Chef d uvre de la littérature mondiale, Don Quichotte a été pensé par son auteur comme un roman de chevalerie capable de se détacher de tous les autres. Après avoir fourbi les vieilles armes de ses ancêtres et s être fabriqué une visière en carton Alonso Quixano prend comme nom de bataille celui de Don Quichotte de la Manche. Un jour il monte à cheval et part à l aventure. L uvre entière est comme enveloppée d un sourire immatériel et translucide qui laisse percer secrètement une inépuisable richesse d humanité et d expériences réellement vécues. » (Dictionnaire des Oeuvres). « Within months Don Quichotte and Sancho Panza had become legendary. Don Quichotte is one of those universal books which are read by all ages at all times. » (PMM). L originale de Don Quichotte est, avec celle de Shakespeare, la plus recherchée de la littérature mondiale. MAGNIFIQUE EXEMPLAIRE, DE TOUTE PURETE, CONSERVE DANS SA RELIURE EN VELIN IVOIRE DE L EPOQUE. Nº de ref. del artículo: ABE-13136088316

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  • Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel De

    Publicado por Bautista Sorita, for Miguel Gracian, Barcelona (1617)

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    Descripción: The earliest extant Barcelona edition of Cervantes' masterpiece, and the first part of the first complete edition of Don Quixote. Small octavo, bound in full contemporary calf with gilt titles and elaborate gilt tooling to the spine, gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers, all edges red, illustrated title page. The second part of the first complete edition was printed simultaneously by Sebastian Matevad and sold as a complete set with the present volume by Miguel Gracian, Juan Simon and Rafael Vives. Small stamp and inscription to the title page. Bookplate to the pastedown. Scarce and desirable. "Cervantes' great, ironical, romantic story is written in a style so noble, so nervous, so humane, so branded with reality that, as the wise critic has said, the mere touch and impact of it puts courage into our veins. Not to have ever opened it. is to have missed being present at one of the 'great gestures' of the undying, unconquerable spirit of humanity" (Powys, 27). Widely regarded as "the first modern novel", Cervantes' masterpiece was first published in two parts in 1605 and 1615. This, the first known edition of the first part of Don Quixote printed in Barcelona, was printed by Bautista Sorita for three different Barcelona booksellers: Miguel Gracian, Juan Simon and Rafael Vives. The second part was printed simultaneously in 1617 by Sebastian Matevad for the same booksellers making the two parts combined the first complete edition of Don Quixote, though just as the two parts were usually bound separately, they are now found typically found separately when they seldom appear. Nº de ref. del artículo: 117012

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  • El ingenioso hidalgo don Quixote de la: CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel

    CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de

    Publicado por por Roger Velpius, inpressor de sus Altezas, en l'Aguila de oro, cerca de Palacio, Brusselas (1607)

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    Descripción: Hardcover. Condición: Very Good. 7th Edition. 8vo (161 x 104 mm). [24], 592, [8] pp. Signatures: *8 **4 (A-2O)8 2P4. Title with small typographic vignette, text with woodcut initials and tailpieces. The book was rebound in early 19th-century in plain calf with gilt-lettered morocco spine label, marbled edges and endpapers (light wear and bumping to corners). Page margins trimmed close but not touching headlines or text, little uneven browning, some brown-staining from lamp oil or water from p.470 onwards, a few insignificant dampstains at corners elsewhere, light pencil markings found until p.125, 4 pages with small rust stains, a few dog-ears. Provenance: from a French private library; illegible ownership signature of previous owner and inscription "Esta libro a mi dado por el Sr. Plisson a 26 de Marco año 1843" on final page. Still very good copy. ----RARE FIRST BRUSSELS EDITION OF THE FIRST PART OF DON QUIXOTE AND THE FIRST PRINTED OUTSIDE THE IBERIAN PENINSULA. Ruiz notes that this edition was the most finely printed of the early versions to date. Don Quixote won immediate fame shortly after its appearance in 1605 for its "variety, liveliness, and gibes at the famous." Its subdued pathos and universal humanity have assured it a place as "one of those universal works which are read by all ages at all times" (PMM). It quickly went through numerous editions, translations, and piracies. This edition is the seventh overall - all early editions are rare. Velpius' edition, which introduced the text to Northern Europe, is based on Cuesta's second (with many misprints and other textual infelicities corrected). References: Palau 51981; Rius, L. Bibliografia critica de las obras de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 7; USTC 5039050; cf. PMM 111; Bloom, Miguel de Cervantes's Don Quixote, p. 1.; Ford, J.D.M. Cervantes p. 5. Visit our website to see more images!. Nº de ref. del artículo: 003238

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  • Cervantes - Quijote - Cervantes, Miguel de.

    Publicado por Brvcelas, Roger Velpius, (1611)

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    Descripción: 16 : 10,5 cm. 8 pages, 583 numbered pages, 3 pages sin numerar, 3 leaves with 'Privilegio'. Contemporary boards. Early edition, extremly rare, concret the 10th, of the first part of this universal novel. The edition of the first part was printed, having in mind the 1605 edition of Juan de la Cuesta en Madrid. The text was carefully corrected, and thus it was one of the best and most appreciated editions which were made in the 17th century. - Some pages trimmed tight, title-page with almost invisible stains, pages 229/230 on the right side with a small whole missing various letters, a few pages with some underlining, very few pages with some small stains, pages 431 to 583 in the upper white part of the leaves with small demages, only in very few cases effecting the letters, only the last tree leaves are missing some letters in the extreme upper part, the last 20 leaves with some mildew spots, the last three leaves mounted, the text in parts somehow a bit difficult to read; binding is in a simple blue paper-cover. - Having in mind the rarity and the importance of this novel still nowadays, it is still an acceptable copy. - Ruis I, 10; Palau II, 143. Nº de ref. del artículo: 16657AB

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  • El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la: CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel

    CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de

    Publicado por Joaquín Ibarra, Madrid (1780)

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    Descripción: 4 volumes, large 4to (301 x 223 mm). Four engraved frontispieces, folding map, portrait and 31 engraved plates after A. Carnicero, J. del Castillo, J. Brunete, B. Barranco, P. Arnal, G. Gil and G. Ferro. Contemporary Spanish calf, stained green calf panels on the sides, within gilt-tooled borders, spines in seven compartments with six raised bands, git-lettered in two, an ornate floral gilt panel in the remaining, all edges gilt. Provenance: Ricardo Olivera (inkstamps on titles and some interior text leaves). The greatest illustrated edition of Don Quixote ever published, by the finest Spanish printer of the late eighteenth century. Joaquín Ibarra employed the best illustrators and engravers, including Del Castillo, Brunete, and Carnicero, and combined their superlative images with exquisite typographic work, resulting in one of the finest illustrated books produced anywhere in Europe at the time. "In 1780 the Royal Spanish Academy created a national treasure when it commissioned Joaquin Ibarra to print a deluxe edition of Don Quixote. Regarded as one of the most magnificent books of its kind, the Academy edition includes lavish engravings, careful editorial emendations to the text, a biography of Cervantes, and the first map to chart Quixote's itinerary. The most influential work of literature from the Spanish Golden Age, Don Quixote remained a cornerstone of the artistic imagination 175 years after its initial publication" ('Visions & Nightmares: Four Centuries of Spanish Drawings,' curated by Edward Payne, The Morgan Librtary & Museum, 2014). Palau also rightly preferred this edition of all thus far published, in any language. The type was specially designed for the book, and the text follows the 1605 first edition. Palau 52024 ("Magnifica edicion y superior en belleza artistica a todas las que hasta entonces se habian hecho en Espana y en el extranjero"); Cohen-De Ricci 218-19 ("Magnifique édition comme typographie et comme ornamentation"). See John Hartman, 'The History of the Illustrated Book,' p. 161. Bindings with some light wear at extremities, a few areas n sides peeled, some occasional pale foxing, but generally a very well-preserved set in a contemporary Spanish binding. Nº de ref. del artículo: 406862

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  • CERVANTES Saavedra, Miguel de

    Publicado por Madrid, Joaquín Ibarra (1780)

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    Descripción: Quarto (290 x 255 mm.), 4 volumes; [4], XIV, CCXXIV, 199 pages; [4], 418 pages; [2], XIV, 306 pages; [4], 346 pages. Engraved frontispiece in each volume, folding map of Spain charting Don Quixote's itineraries, a fullpage portrait of Cervantes and 31 plates, engraved head- and tail-pieces and opening initials, by F. Selma, M.L. Carmona, G.A. Gil, P. Moles, J. Fabregat, J. Ballester, J. de la Cruz, F. Montaner and J. Barcelo after A. Carnicero, J. del Castillo, J. Brunete, B. Barranco, P. Arnal, G. Gil and G. Ferro. Contemporary Spanish red sheep, covers with gilt-tooled frames, spines in compartments richly gilt with two green morocco lettering-pieces, marbled endpapers, gilt edges, red silk ribbon marker. A very fine set from Bibliothecae Heideggeriana (ex libris). First issue of this stupendous illustrated edition by the Spanish Royal Academy Printer Joaquín Ibarra. It is the most famous and the most beautifully produced of all Quixote's editions, and is commonly regarded as the very masterpiece of Spanish printing (Brunet, I 1749: "Cette édition est un vrai chef-d'oeuvre typographique"; Updike, I 7: «The finest edition of Don Quixote that has ever been printed» Right after its first edition in 1605 and 1615, Cervantes' novel met immediate success in Spain and all over Europe; at the same time, its rapid diffusion subverted the text, multiplying the orthographic mistakes and the variations from the original (so the Introduction to Ibarra's edition: "among the many editions that have been made of Don Quixote within and without the kingdom, it can truthfully be said that there is none that does not have substantial defects"). Due to this fact, in 1773 the Spanish Royal Academy commissioned and supervised an ultimate, perfect edition, philologically correct under every point of view and lavishly adorned, in an attempt "both to restore the original text and to frame the work in an edition physically more appropriate to its status as a classic. [?] This edition was monumental in an explicitly metaphorical sense: it erected the work of a founding author of Spanish literature as a national monument. As the writer of the academy's prologue points out, the paper was specially made in the factory of Joseph Llorens, a new typeface designed by Gerónimo Gil, and the printing undertaken by Ibarra; this edition, made of the best and by the best, was physically a completely Spanish monument to the author" (Schmidt 1999, 140). The rich iconographic set was accordingly realized with the cooperation of the most renowned artists of 18th century Spain. The illustrations were committed to Antonio Carnicero and José del Castillo and, in a lesser part, to Bernardo Barranco, Gregorio Ferro, Jerónimo Antonio Gil, José Brunete, and Pedro Arnal; the engravings were committed to the same Jerónimo Antonio Gil, to Manuel Carmona, Joaquín Fabregat, Rafael Ximeno and Fernando Selma. Since philological purity had to match with typographical perfection, the metal plates on which the images were engraved were to be bigger than the paper, in order to avoid the blank impression of the plate's shape. This edition also provides the first attempt to chart Don Quixote's itineraries, thanks to a map of Spain realized by the Royal Geographer Tomás López, with the help of the famous military engineer José de Hermosilla. In so doing, consistent with much of the intellectual enterprise undertaken by scholars in the reign of Charles III (1759-1788), Ibarra's edition was intended as an instrument of cultural politics: while proclaiming Don Quixote a national treasure and granting its author the memorial his contemporaries had failed to erect, it endeavoured to restore Spain's own glory. H.S. Ashbee, Iconography of Don Quixote, 72; Suñé Benages - Suñé Fonbuena, 60; Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid, Exposición Conmemorativa del Quijote, 52; J.C. Brunet, I 1749; H. Cohen - S. de Ricci, 218-19; J. Givanel Mas, Colección Cervantina, 365; A. Palau, 52024; PMM Fine Printing, 123; D. Nº de ref. del artículo: 0000000000029

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  • Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de; Dali, Salvador

    Publicado por Joseph Foret, Editeur D¿Art, Paris, (1957)

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    Descripción: Hardcover. Condición: Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. 1st Edition. Rare. First edition in French. Don Quichotte de la Manche,1957, folio of twelve lithographs printed in colours, with a title page, from a total edition of 197. A few additional unnumbered copies issued for presentation. Published for subscribers only, by special order. This copy for Mme.Harris.Blue cloth folio covers, chemise and blue cloth drop box. Please inquire for further details. Rare. PLEASE DO OBTAIN A POSTAGE QUOTE TO YOUR DESTINATION PRIOR TO ORDERING.We would like to avoid our ratings on ABE BOOKS affected by orders cancelled due to unexpected postage costs. Nº de ref. del artículo: ABE-1284941706

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  • Cervantes, Miguel De

    Publicado por By William Stansby For Ed: Blounte, London (1620)

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    Descripción: Rare second edition of the first part of Don Quixote in English. Octavo, bound in contemporary calf, engraved title page, woodcut headpieces and decorative initials. In very good condition with some wear to the binding, portion of upper spine. Translated by Thomas Shelton. Exceptionally rare and desirable. Don Quixote tells the tale of a man so entranced by reading about the chivalrous romantic ideals touted in books that he decides to take up his sword and become a knight-errant himself, with the aims of defending the helpless and warding off the wicked. With his somewhat confused laborer-turned-squire, Sancho Panza, they roam the world together and have adventures that have haunted reader's imaginations for nearly four hundred years. Don Quixote is generally recognized as the first modern novel. Over those years, it has had an incredible influence on thousands of writers, from Dickens to Faulkner, who once said he reread it once a year, "just as some people read the Bible". Vladimir Nabokov is quoted as saying, "Don Quixote is greater today than he was in Cervantes's womb. [He] looms so wonderfully above the skyline of literature, a gaunt giant on a lean nag, that the book lives and will live through [his] sheer vitality. He stands for everything that is gentle, forlorn, pure, unselfish, and gallant. The parody has become a paragon.". Nº de ref. del artículo: 74055

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  • Vida y hechos del ingenioso cavallero don: Cervantes Saavedra Miguel

    Cervantes Saavedra Miguel (de)[Cervantes Saavedra (de) Miguel]

    Publicado por Brussels Jan Mommart 1662 (1662)

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    Descripción: Two volumes, 8° (188x118 mm). I. Collation: †10, ††4, A-Z8, Aa-Pp8, Qq4. [28], 611, [5] pages. II. Collation: *8, A-Z8, Aa-Ss8. [16], 649, [7] pages (pages 529-576 misnumbered 525-572). Roman and italic type. Two engraved titles included in the foliation, and sixteen full-page engraved plates, in total. Uniformly bound in contemporary calf, over pasteboards. Spines with five raised bands, tooled in gilt; title lettered in gold. Marbled edges. Extremities of the spine and joints restored. Tooling and title on the spine somewhat faded. A very good, tall, and genuine copy. Leaves slightly and uniformly browned. In the first volume, skilful repair to the upper margin of the third plate with no damage to the engraving.An extremely rare and important edition of this masterpiece of world literature: the first illustrated edition in Spanish, and the second edition in any language – following the Dutch translation published in Dordrecht in 1657 – to feature illustrations. This is the first edition with the new title Vida y hechos, and one of the most important editions in the history of Cervantes novel. The sixteen engravings included in this edition are not signed, but are generally attributed to Frederik Bouttats (ca. 1610-1676) – who was active in Antwerp between 1643 and 1676 – after the Dutch edition of 1657. The text follows the 1637 edition for the first part, and the Madrid 1615 and Valencia 1616 editions for the second part. "The complete edition has 2 frontispieces and 16 chapter illustrations newly engraved by an unknown engraver after Savery's 24 illustrations (Dordrecht: Savery 1657). 8 illustrations from Savery's set have not been copied: 'Andrés' lashes', 'The galley slaves', 'DQ's penance', 'DQ hanged at the inn', 'The enchanted Dulcinea', 'Braying mayors squadron', "Washing beards episode', and "Sancho's judgement'. Cushing's copy has only the 1 frontispiece and 8 chapter illustrations from vol. 1. Río y Rico refers to two illustrations ('Don Quixote knighted' and 'Doña Rodríguez' night adventure') as if they appeared in this edition, but they don't" (Cervantes Collection, Cushing Memorial Library).Palau 51993; Rius, Bibliografia critica de las obras de Miguel de Cervantes, I, no. 20; Río y Rico, no. 42; Peeters-Fontainas 229; Bardon cat. 2005, no. 3 ("Primera ediciòn ilustrada en castellano de gran aprecio y rareza"); P. Lenaghan, Imágenes del Quijote: modelos de representación en las ediciones de los siglos XVII a XIX, Madrid 2003; Cervantes Collection, Cushing Memorial Library (accessed January 2018); Philobiblon, One Thousand Years of Bibliophily, no. 210. Nº de ref. del artículo: 0000000008086

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  • El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la: CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, MIGUEL

    CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, MIGUEL DE.

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    Descripción: Milan, Por el Heredero de Pedromartir Locarni y Iuan Bautista Bidello, 1610. 8vo. In contemporary full limp vellum with title in contemporary hand to spine. Extremities with wear. Repair and a small hole to front board and missing vellum on upper outer corner of back board. Previous owner's name in contemporary hand to title-page. First 8 leaves lightly washed. Damp stain throughout, however mainly affecting pp. 169-340. The paper is still good and solid. A good copy in its original binding. [Blank], 16 ff, 722 pp, [blank]. [mispaginated between pp. 704-707, as called for]. Scarce first edition of 'Don Quixote' to be printed in Italy, being the 10th overall printing of part one, preserved in its first binding. The editor changed Cervantes's dedication to the Duque de Bà jar for that of Vizconde Vitaliano, otherwise the text follows that of the second edition printed in Madrid by Juan de la Cuesta in 1605. This masterpiece, which established the genre novel in Western literature, was first published by Cuesta in Madrid in 1605 and became an instant success. The first edition, published in Madrid in 1605, was followed by three pirated editions later the same year and two further authorized editions. The first part of Don Quixote was revised by Cervantes up to and including the third Cuesta edition of 1608, the second part was not published until 1615. â The first part of Don Quixote came out in 1905. What had begun as a simple satire on the tedious chivalric romances of the time broadened into a sweeping panorama of Spanish society and it was this, the variety, the liveliness, and the gibes at the famous, which won it instant fame. Its larger claims, the subdued pathos, its universal humanity, were slower to be appreciated. But within months Don Quixote and Sancho Panza had become legendary [â ¦]. Don Quixote is one of those universal works which are read by all ages at all times, and there are very few who have not one time or another felt themselves to be Don Quixote confronting windmills or Sancho Panza at the inn.â (PMM 111) Brunet 1748 Palau 51983 Suñà 10 (PMM 111, being the first edition from 1605). Nº de ref. del artículo: 59480

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  • El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la: CERVANTES, Miguel de.

    CERVANTES, Miguel de.

    Publicado por Madrid: Don Joaquin Ibarra, Impresor de Cámera de S. M. y de la Real Academia, 1780 (1780)

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    Descripción: First printing of the celebrated Ibarra edition. Printed for La Real Academia Española (the Spanish Royal Academy) by Joaquín Ibarra y Marín, this edition was intended to be a supreme example of Spanish craftsmanship lavished on the nation's greatest literary work. This edition excels in beauty of type, design, paper, illustration and printing, as well as incorporating a carefully edited and corrected text. The illustrations and delightful ornaments were designed by the best Spanish artists of the day, the paper was milled expressly for this edition, and the type was specially cut. It contains the first map depicting the route taken by Don Quixote and Sancho Panza through Spain. The edition's fame among bibliophiles was thoroughly established throughout Europe within a few years. Cohen-De Ricci 218-19; Palau 52024; Updike II, 73-75. 4 volumes, quarto (302 x 222 mm). Contemporary Spanish green mottled calf, twin red morocco labels, gilt floral decoration to compartments, inset brown calf lozenge to covers with gilt borders, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. 4 engraved title pages, portrait of Cervantes, and 31 plates after Carnicero, Barranco, Brunette, Del Castillo, Ferro and Gil, engraved by Ballester, Barcelon, Fabregat, Gil, Mol, Muntaner, Salvador y Carmona and Selam, engraved map, engraved ornamental initials and head- and tailpieces. Lower margin of frontispiece of vol. I sometime renewed (not affecting image). Expert restoration to joints and extremities, inset calf repair to covers, light damp discolouration to endpapers, some foxing to contents, a few faint running peripheral minor stains, more substantial staining at end of vol. IV. A very good copy in a handsome contemporary Spanish binding. Nº de ref. del artículo: 137798

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  • Novelas Exemplares: Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel

    Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de

    Publicado por Nicolas de Assiayn, Impressor del Reyno de Navarra, Pamplona (1614)

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    Descripción: Second edition. Second edition. [xvi], 391, [3] pp. Collation: ^8 A-2Z^8 3A-3C^8. 8vo. The rare true second edition of Cervantes' Novelas Ejemplares, a collection of 12 novellas inspired by Boccaccio and first published by Robles in Madrid in 1613, between publication of the first and second parts of Don Quixote (1605, 1615). A Madrid edition of 1614, with the imprint of Juan de la Cuesta and Francisco de Robles was long thought to be the second edition, and is identified as such by Ruis. It is in fact a piracy, variously ascribed to the Lisbon printer Antonio Alvare (vide Astrana Marín) and more recently to the the Seville printer Gabriel Ramos Bejarano (vide Jaime Moll, "Novelas ejemplares, Madrid, 1614: edición contrahecha sevillana"). The present 1614 Pamplona edition is the true second edition, with the privilege from the kingdom of Navarre granted on 11 January 1614. Cervantes' Madrid publisher, Francisco de Robles, had obtained privileges from Castille and Arragón for the 1613 first edition, published in July of that year. He was determined to combat illegal reprintings and sued booksellers in Zaragosa intending to pirate the Novelas (Marín VII, p. 74). But he was unable to stop either the indignity of the 1614 piracy (which used his own name) or this authorized 1614 Pamplona edition, printed by Nicolas de Assiayn. This edition removes the sonnet of Juan de Solís Mexia printed in the first edition. Assiayn published a second Pamplona edition in 1617. The 1613 Madrid edition is rare, known only in a handful of copies, and we trace no copies at auction. The 1614 Pamplona edition is likewise uncommon, with OCLC locating 9 complete copies, only 2 of which are in the US (UPenn and University of Chicago), and the only recent auction record for an incomplete copy lacking its title-page. Rius 221; Palau 53401; Brunet I, 1754; BM STC Spanish and Portuguese, 1601-1700, 471 Early twentieth-century pigskin, spine titled in gilt. Light rubbing to extremities, some toning and spotting to text, small wormhole at inner margin of title-page and following two leaves, light dampstain to margins of first few gatherings. Contemporary inscription on title [xvi], 391, [3] pp. Collation: ^8 A-2Z^8 3A-3C^8. 8vo. Nº de ref. del artículo: 312731

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    Descripción: Couverture rigide. Condición: Très bon. Première édition de Pampelune, première édition de l'année 1614 et troisième édition générale après les deux de Madrid parues en 1613. En Pamplona, por Nicolas de Assiayn, Impressor del Reyna de Navarra, 1614.Petit in-8 de (8) et 392 feuillets, pte. déchirure à l'angle inf. de la p. 385 sans atteinte au texte. Plein vélin souple à petits rabats, dos lisse, traces de titre « Novellas » calligraphié sur le dos. Plaisante reliure de l'époque.141 x 93 mm. / First edition of Pampelona, first edition of the year 1614 and third general edition after the two of Madrid published in 1613. En Pamplona, por Nicolas de Assiayn, Impressor del Reyna de Navarra, 1614.Small 8vo [141 x 93 mm ] of (8) and 392 leaves, small tear at the lower corner of p. 385 which does not affect the text. Full limp vellum with small flaps, flat spine, traces of title "Novellas" calligraphed on the spine. Pleasant contemporary binding. Nº de ref. del artículo: LCS-17928

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  • EL INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QUIJOTE DE LA: CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel

    CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de

    Publicado por Joaquin Ibarra, Madrid. (1780)

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    Descripción: Encuadernación de tapa dura. Condición: Excelente. Por Joaquín Ibarra impresor de Cámara de S. M. Y de la Real Academia, EN MADRID, 1780. Folio (30 cms).- 4 tomos.- Encuadernado en plena piel, pasta española, de época, con papel de guardas igualmente contemporáneo (modelo plegado español) con ex-libris de John Milford, (lomera del tomo I ligeramente cuarteada, las del resto en muy buen estado). Lomos con doble tejuelo, filetes y semillado dorado; planos con ruedas doradas; cortes dorados. TOMO I.- 1 lámina frontis grabada.+ 1 hoja de Portada + XIV de Prólogo de la Academia. + 1 lámina grabada, retrato de Cervantes + CCXXIV páginas que comprenden: Vida de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, y análisis de Quijote + 199 pags. + retrato + mapa doble página + 6 láminas. Tomo II: Frontispicio + 2 hojas + 418 páginas + 9 láminas. Tomo III: Frontispicio + portada + XIV + 306 pags. + 7 láminas. Tomo IV: Frontispicio + 2 hojas incluyendo portada + 346 pags. + 9 láminas. Ilustrado por Carnicero, Selma, Salvador y Carmona. Excelente ejemplar, completo y muy limpio. Nº de ref. del artículo: 160801-4

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  • CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de

    Publicado por Joaquin Ibarra, Madrid (1780)

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    Descripción: Plena piel con nervios dorados, florones, dos tejuelos, cabeza y cortes dorados y estuche en plena piel 4 volúmenes. I: Frontispicio + 2 hojas incluyendo portada XIV páginas, 1 hoja + CCXXIV-199 pags. + retrato + mapa + 6 láminas. II: Frontispicio + 1 hoja + 418 páginas + 9 láminas. III: Frontispicio + XIV-306 pags. + 7 láminas. IV: Frontispicio + 2 hojas incluyendo portada + 346 pags. + 9 láminas. Ilustrado por Carnicero, Selma, Salvador y Carmona. Excelente ejemplar, completo y con bella encuadernación con firma de Brugalla 1948.Cortes dorados. Firma de Brugalla en 1948.4 petacas de cartone piel para los 4 volumenes. Nº de ref. del artículo: 100753

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  • The Life and Exploits of the ingenious: CERVANTES DE SAAVEDRA,

    CERVANTES DE SAAVEDRA, Miguel

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    Descripción: Engraved frontis. port. of Cervantes by Virtue, several engraved head-pieces, & 67 engraved plates. xxiii, [8], [xxv]-xxxii, vi, [2], 90, [14] (first leaf a blank), 355 pp.; xii, 388 pp. Two vols. Large 4to, cont. speckled calf (joints very expertly repaired), spines gilt, brown & green morocco lettering pieces on spines. London: J. & R. Tonson & R. Dodsley, 1742. First edition of this esteemed translation and a wonderful association copy; this set belonged to Edward Gibbon and bears his bookplate in each volume. Gibbon was known for the wide range of his reading and he refers to this work in several of his letters and writings. He clearly liked this text; he owned an Ibarra edition in Spanish (1782), two editions of Smollett's translation (1755 and 1770), and the present edition. Jarvis (1675-1739), was a portrait painter and translator. A part of the literary circle of Addison, Pope, and Swift, his stylized portraits of society ladies were very fashionable. Jarvis advised Sir Robert Walpole in forming his art collection and was appointed king's painter in 1723. "His major literary undertaking was an English translation of Cervantes' Don Quixote. Published posthumously in 1742 and frequently reprinted, it is generally acknowledged as being close in spirit to the original."-ODNB. The superb engravings are mostly signed by John Vanderbank (1694-1739), painter and draughtsman. They were first used in the 1738 quarto edition of Don Quixote issued by the Tonsons in the original Spanish. The 90 pages in Vol. I print the first English translation of Mayans & Siscar's important Life of Cervantes. Fine and handsome set with his fine armorial bookplate in each volume. Minor rubbing and wear to extremities. Nº de ref. del artículo: 5807

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  • El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la: Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel

    Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de

    Publicado por Don Joaquin Ibarra, Madrid (1780)

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    Descripción: The deluxe illustrated Ibarra edition of Cervantes' masterpiece. Quartos, 4 volumes. Bound in full 19th century green morocco with central motif and cornerpieces stamped in blind to the panels, gilt titles and tooling to the spine, elaborate double-ruled gilt borders, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, engraved frontispiece to each volume and 31 engraved plates throughout, 2-page folding engraved map of Don Quixote's travels to the rear of volume 1. Spanish printer Joaquin Ibarra made several important technical developments in press printing, book-making, typography and paper-making. In his printed work, Ibarra sought to achieve a perfect flow of harmonious type, inks, illustration, margins, and textures. He worked with the best painters and engravers of his time and, based on a secret formula he developed, the Ibarra ink gained a reputation for its exceptional quality and brilliance. The present volume was printed on "ex profeso" paper with melted types of "ex novo" on the pages, both of which Ibarra created in his Madrid workshop specifically for this project. In near fine condition. A superior example of Ibarra's best-known work. Don Quixote tells the tale of a man so entranced by reading about the chivalrous romantic ideals touted in books that he decides to take up his sword and become a knight-errant himself, with the aims of defending the helpless and warding off the wicked. With his somewhat confused laborer-turned-squire, Sancho Panza, they roam the world together and have adventures that have haunted reader's imaginations for nearly four hundred years. Don Quixote is generally recognized as the first modern novel. Over those years, it has had an incredible influence on thousands of writers, from Dickens to Faulkner, who once said he reread it once a year, "just as some people read the Bible". Vladimir Nabokov is quoted as saying, "Don Quixote is greater today than he was in Cervantes's womb. [He] looms so wonderfully above the skyline of literature, a gaunt giant on a lean nag, that the book lives and will live through [his] sheer vitality. He stands for everything that is gentle, forlorn, pure, unselfish, and gallant. The parody has become a paragon." Printed for La Real Academia Espanola (the Spanish Royal Academy) by Joaquin Ibarra y Marin, this edition was intended to be a supreme example of Spanish craftsmanship lavished on the nation's greatest literary work. This edition excels in beauty of type, design, paper, illustration and printing, as well as incorporating a carefully edited and corrected text. The illustrations and delightful ornaments were designed by the best Spanish artists of the day, the paper was milled expressly for this edition, and the type was specially cut. It contains the first map depicting the route taken by Don Quixote and Sancho Panza through Spain. The edition's fame among bibliophiles was thoroughly established throughout Europe within a very few years. The English bibliomane William Davis wrote in 1821 that "the celebrated Ibarra edition is so well known, that I need only refer to M. Paris's sale, 1791, where a copy sold for GBP16, 16 shillings, and Col. Stanley's, where a copy sold for GBP17, 6 shillings, 6 pence" (A Journey Round the Library of a Bibliomaniac). Nº de ref. del artículo: 97654

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  • El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la: Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel

    Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de

    Publicado por Don Joaquin Ibarra, Madrid (1780)

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    Descripción: The deluxe illustrated Ibarra edition of Cervantes' masterpiece "which is to Spanish literature what Shakespeare is to English" (Bloom). Quartos, 4 volumes. Bound in full contemporary Spanish tree calf with gilt titles and tooling to the spine, red and black morocco spine labels, elaborate double gilt-ruled borders, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, engraved frontispiece to each volume and 31 engraved plates throughout, 2-page folding engraved map of Don Quixote's travels to the rear of volume 1. Spanish printer Joaquin Ibarra made several important technical developments in press printing, book-making, typography and paper-making. In his printed work, Ibarra sought to achieve a perfect flow of harmonious type, inks, illustration, margins, and textures. He worked with the best painters and engravers of his time and, based on a secret formula he developed, the Ibarra ink gained a reputation for its exceptional quality and brilliance. The present volume was printed on "ex profeso" paper with melted types of "ex novo" on the pages, both of which Ibarra created in his Madrid workshop specifically for this project. In near fine condition with ownership inscriptions and some toning to the page edges, some loss to the edges of the license page. A very bright example of both Cervantes' and Ibarra's best-known works, rare and desirable in this condition. Often cited as the first modern novel, Cervantes' masterpiece Don Quixote remains not only the most influential work of literature to emerge from the Spanish Golden Age, but the most important work of the entire Spanish literary canon. First published in 1605, Don Quixote gained immediate popularity in Spain for its "variety, liveliness, and gibes at the famous" while Cervantes' universal portrayal of the human condition has cemented its status as "one of those universal works which are read by all ages at all times" (PMM). The Ibarra edition swiftly became the preferred edition in Spain when it appeared in 1780 (Palau, 52024). "It is interesting to realize that the first modern novel was composed by a sick, aged and impoverished man, who believed that a satirical tale might produce more revenue than the poems and plays that he regarded as his more serious mission. Under the guise of a parody on romances of chivalry, Cervantes created a study of reality and illusion, madness and sanity, that links him with such acute 16th-century students of psychology as Erasmus, Rabelais, Montaigne, and Shakespeare" (Folger's Choice, 30). Nº de ref. del artículo: 96554

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  • 1880.EL INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QUIJOTE DE LA: MIGUEL DE CERVANTES

    MIGUEL DE CERVANTES

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    Descripción: Encuadernación de tapa dura. Condición: Excelente. 1880.EL INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QUIJOTE DE LA MANCHA. MONTANER SIMON. 4 TOMOS. EXCLUSIVA. Barcelona. 1880. 4 Vol. En formato de 39 cm x 29 cm cada tomo. Encuadernación en Pergamino con dorados. Encuadernación por MIRALLES. Ilustrada por Don Ricardo Balaca y Don J. Luis Pellicer. La rareza y exclusividad de esta edición del Quijote de la editorial Montaner Simón es que sea en 4 tomos, y su estado de conservación, como salida de la imprenta. Es sin duda la más rara, y desconocida, reiramos, por ser en 4 tomos (y no en 2 tomos como la editorial imprimió de forma habitual el año 1880 y 1883). Seguramente es la más especial en cuanto a su belleza de todas las publicadas en el siglo XIX, y sin duda la más lujosa impresa en la época, por sus detalles en la encuadernación, en los materiales utilizados, el tipo de papel, por sus dimensiones, por su aparato tipográfico, sus 44 láminas en cromolitografía original de la época a todo color, y más de 250 imágenes grabadas al boj, formando cabeceras y colofones de capítulos. Es una obra irrepetible, por el material utilizado para su composición y por el trabajo de los oficiales que la crearon. La editorial y sus propietarios, al igual que los artistas que realizaron las labores de creación de este libro, desaparecieron, dejando un vacío enorme y muchas incógnitas, pero sobre todo dejaron obras de arte, como este quijote en 4 tomos. Es ampliamente conocido, que la editorial, produjo en 1880 varios ejemplares del Quijote en 2 tomos, que son de extremada belleza, y se encuentran con cierta facilidad en el mercado de libros usados y de colección. Pero de esta misma la obra en 4 tomos, solo se produjeron escasos ejemplares para bibliotecas muy selectas que pudieran permitirse el lujo de adquirirlo. Actualmente no se encuentra en el mercado de venta ni un solo ejemplar en 4 tomos, y mucho menos en buen estado, que es este que presentamos. El estado de conservación de estos 4 tomos hace de este ejemplar una pieza muy exclusiva. Emocionante resulta el pasar las hojas en excelente papel y mejor impresión, cuyos 4 volúmenes se adornan con 44 cromolitografías a toda página firmadas por Ricardo Balaca y Luis Pellicer y 252 cabeceras y remates xilográficos, grabados por maestros como J. Gómez, Smeeton, Tilly, Sadurní y Martí. La empresa editorial Montaner y Simón, fundada en Barcelona en 1861 por Ramón de Montaner y Vila y Francisco Simón y Fuente, se dedicó especialmente a publicar en castellano obras monumentales y de bibliófilo. Llegó a ser una de las más importantes de España, sobre todo durante la segunda mitad del siglo XIX y el primer tercio del siglo XX. A lo largo de sus 120 años de existencia elabora un extenso catálogo de publicaciones de mucha calidad y con un gran alcance de distribución. Uno de los ilustradores de este Quijote, Ricardo Balaca (Pintor español, naciodo en Lisboa, 1844; Aravaca, Madrid, 1880), no pudo ver terminado su trabajo en la ilustración del Quijote, puesto que le vino la muerte cuando tenía finalizadas la mitad de las estampas. El retrato de Cervantes que aparece al inicio de la edición es realizado por B. Maura, uno de los maestros grabadores más importantes del momento. Balaca era hijo del también pintor José Balaca y Carrión que en el momento del nacimiento de Ricardo estaba instalado transitoriamente en Lisboa tras haberse exiliado de España por motivos políticos. Su formación artística se inicia en el taller familiar, completándola en la Escuela Superior de Pintura, Escultura y Grabado de Madrid, siendo discípulo de Federico Madrazo. Desde muy joven destacó por sus capacidades para el arte y en 1858, con solo 13 años, participó por primera vez en la Exposición Nacional de Bellas Artes (España), obteniendo mención honorífica. Practicó el dibujo, la ilustración gráfica, el retrato y sobre todo la representación de escenas de batallas, género típico del siglo XVIII que alcanzó un nuevo auge con el romanticismo en el XIX. En la biografía del otro i. Nº de ref. del artículo: ABE-1618988149193

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  • El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la: Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel

    Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de

    Publicado por Don Joaquin Ibarra, Madrid (1780)

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    Descripción: The deluxe illustrated Ibarra edition of Cervantes' masterpiece "which is to Spanish literature what Shakespeare is to English" (Bloom). Quartos, 4 volumes. Bound in full contemporary Spanish tree calf with gilt titles and tooling to the spine, red morocco spine labels, gilt ruled borders, marbled endpapers, all edges green, engraved frontispiece to each volume and 31 engraved plates throughout, 2-page folding engraved map of Don Quixote's travels to the rear of volume 1. Spanish printer Joaquin Ibarra made several important technical developments in press printing, book-making, typography and paper-making. In his printed work, Ibarra sought to achieve a perfect flow of harmonious type, inks, illustration, margins, and textures. He worked with the best painters and engravers of his time and, based on a secret formula he developed, the Ibarra ink gained a reputation for its exceptional quality and brilliance. The present volume was printed on "ex profeso" paper with melted types of "ex novo" on the pages, both of which Ibarra created in his Madrid workshop specifically for this project. In near fine condition with bookplates to the pastedown of each volume from the Royal Military College, small library stamps. An excellent example of both Cervantes' and Ibarra's best-known works. Often cited as the first modern novel, Cervantes' masterpiece Don Quixote remains not only the most influential work of literature to emerge from the Spanish Golden Age, but the most important work of the entire Spanish literary canon. First published in 1605, Don Quixote gained immediate popularity in Spain for its "variety, liveliness, and gibes at the famous" while Cervantes' universal portrayal of the human condition has cemented its status as "one of those universal works which are read by all ages at all times" (PMM). The Ibarra edition swiftly became the preferred edition in Spain when it appeared in 1780 (Palau, 52024). "It is interesting to realize that the first modern novel was composed by a sick, aged and impoverished man, who believed that a satirical tale might produce more revenue than the poems and plays that he regarded as his more serious mission. Under the guise of a parody on romances of chivalry, Cervantes created a study of reality and illusion, madness and sanity, that links him with such acute 16th-century students of psychology as Erasmus, Rabelais, Montaigne, and Shakespeare" (Folger's Choice 30). Nº de ref. del artículo: 96763

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  • Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de

    Publicado por Bruselas, Pedro de la Calle. Link para imágenes: https://youtu.be/AMf5CwLxOLE (1671)

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    Vendedor: Alberto Casares (Buenos Aires, BUE, Argentina)

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    Descripción: Encuadernación de tapa dura. Condición: Excelente. In 8º, 616 y 656 pp Dos volúmenes. Ilustraciones en frontispicio de cada tomo y en el interior. Nº de ref. del artículo: af0dbc6128c1b3cc75fc5676cee7ffea

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  • EL INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QUIXOTE DE LA: CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel

    CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de

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    Descripción: Compuesto por. Nueva edición corregida por la Real Academia Española. Madrid, Ibarra, 1780, 31x23, 4 volúmenes, I- Frontis, Retrato, XIV-CCXXII-199 pp. 6 láminas y 1 mapa plegado (delineado por Tomás López). II- Frontis, 418 pp. 9 láminas. III- Frontis, 306 pp. 7 láminas. IV- Frontis, 346 pp. 9 láminas. Con 14 letras capitulares, 22 viñetas y 20 "culs de lampe". El tomo III tiene una ligera marca de agua en margen superior de primeras hojas, muy buen estado general, ejemplar limpio y con amplios márgenes. Encuadernados en plena piel de época con nervios, tejuelos, hierros en lomera, ruedas en planos y cantos, cortes dorados. Se trata de la mejor edición impresa en el siglo XVIII, adornada con grabados por Carmona, Fabregat, Ballester, Selma, etc., según dibujos originales de los mejores artistas de la época como Carnicero, Brunete, Barranco, etc. Para el texto se siguió el de la segunda edición de Juan de la Cuesta, 1605, cotejándola con otras y modificando algún pasaje. Contiene La Vida de Cervantes y el Análisis del Quijote de Vicente de los Ríos, trabajos muy documentados que dejan atrás todo lo que hasta entonces se había publicado. (35587). Nº de ref. del artículo: 35587

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  • El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la: Miguel de Cervantes

    Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

    Publicado por Madrid, por don Joaquin Ibarra, impresor de cámara de S.M. y de la Real Academia, 1780 (1780)

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    Vendedor: Arteclío S. L. (Pamplona, NA, España)

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    Descripción: 4 vols., 30 x 23 cm. Tomo I: [4] + XIV, [2] + CCXXIV +199 pp., [8] h. de láms. + mapa grabado por Tomás López; Tomo II: [6] + 418 pp., [9] h. de láms.; Tomo III: [4] + XIV + 306 pp., [7] h. de láms.; Tomo IV: [6] + 346 pp., [9] h. de láms. Encuadernación: pasta española de la época, con tejuelo en el lomo y filete dorado en los planos. Cortes dorados. Ligeramente rozada. Cada tomo está a su vez custodiado en caja a medida gris, con doble tejuelo en lomo. Procedencia: Bello exlibris con escudo heráldico, en cada uno de los tomos: "Julia Helena Acevedo de Martínez de Hoz", de Montevideo. Los tomos I y III presentan además otro exlibris (posiblemente posterior al anterior) que indica su pertenencia a "José Antonio Larrinaga Uribarrena". Descripción: El tomo I presenta puntos de óxido en el margen superior, sin afectar al texto más que muy ocasionalmente; El tomo II presenta igualmente puntos de óxido en el margen superior, sin afectar al texto más que muy ocasionalmente; El tomo III presenta también puntos de óxido en margen superior, pero en menor medida que en tomos I y II. El cuerpo del texto igualmente muy limpio excepto entre páginas 231-235, con puntos de óxido que afectan al texto. La lámina de p. 58 se insertó con posterioridad; El tomo IV presenta un pequeño taladro de polilla (menguante conforme avanzan las páginas) en esquina superior derecha, sin afectar en absoluto al texto. Presenta algunos puntos de óxido en el margen superior. Nº de ref. del artículo: 6816

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  • Primera parte del ingenioso hidalgo don Qvixote: Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel

    Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de.

    Publicado por Por Huberto Antonio, En Brucelas (1617)

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    Descripción: That momentous international success, Don Quixote, part I, appearing in Brussels within the first dozen years of its life ? this for the third time, following Brussels printings of 1607 and 1611. Part II was not issued in Brussels until 1616 and and then as a stand-alone volume. Overall this is the only 11th separate printing of part I. Scarce: We trace but seven copies in U.S. libraries (Harvard, University of California?Berkeley, Dartmouth, Huntington, University of Kansas, Texas A&M, Hispanic Society). Provenance: Late 17th-century ownership inscription at top of title-page of "T. Engle"; 18th-century ownership inscription below that of "E. Ward"; on endpaper, "December, 1787," with lines in French in an 18th-century hand. Contemporary purchase information: On recto of rear free endpaper, in an early 17th-century Spanish hand, "# 1618 # [new line] En 24 de marco [i.e., mar?o] Costo en Brusellas 20 placas." 8vo (16.8 cm; 6.625"). [8] ff., 583, [1] p., [3] ff. (one leaf in facsimile). Rius 11; Peeters-Fontainas 227; Su?? Benages 15; Palau 51988; Printing and the Mind of Man 111; Printing and the Mind of Man: Catalogue of the Exhibitions at the British Museum and at Earls Court 242. Contemporary limp vellum, soiled and beginning to separate, ties perished; Don Quixote inked on spine, faded. Lacking one leaf of text only, supplied in very good facsimile (pp. 575?76). => First and last gatherings guarded with strips of Renaissance vellum manuscript. Nº de ref. del artículo: 23423

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  • CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de.

    Publicado por Suivant la Copie, imprimée à Paris, Claude Barbin. (1681)

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    Vendedor: Librairie Amélie Sourget (Paris, Francia)

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    Descripción: Couverture rigide. Condición: Très bon. Suivant la Copie, imprimée à Paris, Claude Barbin, 1681. 5 volumes in-12 de : I/ (6) ff. dont le frontispice, 380 pp. et 10 figures ; II/ (1) f. pour le frontispice, 405 pp. et 5 figures ; III/ (4) ff. dont le frontispice, 400 pp. et 8 figures ; IV/(6) ff. dont le frontispice, 456 pp., et 8 figures ; V/ (4) ff. dont le frontispice, 501 pp., (3) pp. et 8 figures. Maroquin rouge, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, fleurons d angle, dos lisse finement orné de fleurons dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin olive, coupes ornées, roulette intérieure dorée, tranches dorées. Reliure ancienne. 128 X 75 mm. TRES RARE ET PRECIEUSE EDITION FRANÇAISE DE Don Quichotte TRADUITE PAR Filleau de Saint Martin. « Peu commune, elle comprend tout le Don Quichotte de Cervantès. Quelques curieux y ajoutent le 5eme volume de l édition d Amsterdam, P. Mortier, 1696 » (Willems). Brunet, I, 1751 ; Rius I, 472 et cp. II, 469 ; Palau 52709 ; Rahir, Bibliothèque de l amateur, 360 ; La Bédoyère, Catalogue, n° 1562 ; Willems, 1954. DE TOUTE RARETE EN AUSSI BELLE CONDITION, CONSERVE DANS SA FINE ET FRAICHE RELIURE EN MAROQUIN ROUGE ANCIEN. Nº de ref. del artículo: ABE-17805518240

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  • EL INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QUIJOTE DE LA: Miguel de Cervantes

    Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

    Publicado por Imprenta Josep Maria Viader

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    Vendedor: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques (Sabadell, BCN, España)

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    Descripción: Encuadernación de tapa dura. Condición: Excelente. Edición Especial. Sant Feliu de Guíxols. Imprenta Josep Maria Viader. 1955. Cubiertas de Cuero por Carlos Roca. 2 Tomos + Caja Corcho. XVI+163Pág+3h y IX+172Pág+3h. 26x21. Magna edición limitada de 250 ejemplares numerados(Nº54), impresa en tipos góticos sobre hojas de papel de corcho, ilustrada con 34 reproducciones, dibujadas u grabadas por los mejores artistas del siglo XVIII, de la suntuosa edición realizada por la Real Academia Española en el año 1780. Profusión de orlas e iniciales policromadas en oro y a todo color. Perfecto estado de conservación. Ref 10.2 Biblioteca SA. Nº de ref. del artículo: 10.2 Biblioteca SA.

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