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    New edition. Full, contemporary gilt-bordered aniline calf, worn. Hinges starting, gutters worn. Crudely re-cased with the original boards retained. Inner gilt dentelles. Prelim plates detached. All edges gilt. Wide margins with the text remaining in uncommonly good condition; scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. Physical description, plates : ill. ; fol.Notes; Added title-page, engraved; engraved head- and tail-pieces; initials; vignettes. Preliminary matter (v. 1, p. i-ccii) includes; Prólogo de la Academia; Vida de . Cervántes Saavedra y anälisis del Quixote [por Vicente de los Ríos]; Plan cronológico del Quixote; Pruebas y documentos que justifican la Vida de Cervántes. Plates by Antonio Carnicero, José del Castillo, José Brunete, Bernardo Barranco, Pedro Arnal, Gerónimo Gil, and Gregorio Ferro; engraved by Fernando Selma, Manuel Salvador y Carmona, Gerónimo A. Gil, Pedro Pasqual Males, J. Joaquín Fabregat, Joaquín Ballester, Juan de la Cruz, Francisco Muntaner, and Juan Barceló. Referenced by: Palau y Dulcet (2nd ed.) 52024. Language; Spanish. 1 Kg.

  • New edition. Full, contemporary gilt-bordered aniline calf, worn. Hinges starting, gutters worn. Crudely re-cased with the original boards retained. Inner gilt dentelles. Prelim plates detached. All edges gilt. Wide margins with the text remaining in uncommonly good condition; scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. Physical description, plates : ill. ; fol.Notes; Added title-page, engraved; engraved head- and tail-pieces; initials; vignettes. Preliminary matter (v. 1, p. i-ccii) includes; Prólogo de la Academia; Vida de . Cervántes Saavedra y anälisis del Quixote [por Vicente de los Ríos]; Plan cronológico del Quixote; Pruebas y documentos que justifican la Vida de Cervántes. Plates by Antonio Carnicero, José del Castillo, José Brunete, Bernardo Barranco, Pedro Arnal, Gerónimo Gil, and Gregorio Ferro; engraved by Fernando Selma, Manuel Salvador y Carmona, Gerónimo A. Gil, Pedro Pasqual Males, J. Joaquín Fabregat, Joaquín Ballester, Juan de la Cruz, Francisco Muntaner, and Juan Barceló. Referenced by: Palau y Dulcet (2nd ed.) 52024. Language; Spanish. 1 Kg.

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    Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

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

    Librería: Arteclío S. L., Pamplona, NA, España

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    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.

  • 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.

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    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).

  • CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de

    Publicado por Madrid, por don Joaquín Ibarra, impresor de Cámara de S.M., 1780

    Librería: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón, Madrid, España

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    Encuadernación de tapa dura. Condición: Excelente. Fol. (29,5 x 21,5 cm) 4 vols. Encuadernación de época en plena piel marmoleada, rueda dorada en ambos planos, lomos con nervios, hierros dorados en los entrenervios y doble tejuelo rojo: don quixote. I: Frontis, 2 h., XIV p., CCXXIV- 199 p., retrato, mapa y 6 láminas. II: Frontis, 1 h., 418 p., 9 láminas. III: Frontis, XIV-306 p., 7 láminas. IV: Frontis, 2 h., 346 p., 9 láminas. Sobra decir que se trata de la primera edición de la Academia Española, la más estimada de todas las ediciones del Quijote sin duda alguna, publicada por Ibarra con gran gusto, lujo y suntuosidad. Las láminas son obra de los mejores artistas del momento: Carnicero, Selma, Salvador y Carmona, Ballester. La Academia decidió que su primera edición sería la mejor jamás publicada. La impresión se encargó al taller de Ibarra, impresor de Cámara, se fundieron tipos especiales, se fabricó un papel especial y se convocó un concurso para su ilustración. Siete años después de iniciarse el proyecto la edición vería la luz. Palau, 52024; Rius, 53; Salvá, 1564; Cohen, 218-219.

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    Cervantes Saavedra, Miquel de

    Publicado por Joaquin Ibarra, Madrid, 1780

    Librería: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA, New York, NY, Estados Unidos de America

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    Nueva Edición Corregida por La Real Academia Española. With 4 engraved titles, portrait of the author by M. Salvador y Carmona after Joseph del Castillo, & 31 plates after Barranco, Brunette, Carnicero, Del Castillo, Ferro, and Gil by Ballester, Barcelon, Fabregat, Gil, Mol, Muntaner, Salvador y Carmona, and Selam, double-page engraved folding map of Spain showing Don Quixote's route outlined in red. [3], xiv, ccxxiv, 199, [1]; [4], 418; [2], xiv, 306; [4], 346 pp. Engraved head- and tail-pieces. 4 vols. 4to (11-5/8 x 8-5/8 inches). The finest edition of this landmark of world literature, with the text corrected by the Royal Academy of Spain, and illustrated with fine engravings. The celebrated Ibarra edition is noted as supreme example of 18th century Spanish printing, illustration and design. "The finest edition of Don Quixote that has ever been printed" (D. B. Updike). Palau III.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"); Updike II: 73-75 ("the finest edition of Don Quixote that has been printed"); Lasala 551; Henrich 54; Ashbee Iconography of Don Quixote 72; Ruis I, 53; Exposicion Conmemorativa del Quijote 52 ("Magnifica edition" ); Benages & Fonbuena, A Critical Bibliography of Editions of the Don Quixote 60 Contemporary speckled calf, spines gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt edges, minor bumps and wear, hinges reinforced with matching marbled paper. Provenance: armorial bookplate (Earls of Fife?) With 4 engraved titles, portrait of the author by M. Salvador y Carmona after Joseph del Castillo, & 31 plates after Barranco, Brunette, Carnicero, Del Castillo, Ferro, and Gil by Ballester, Barcelon, Fabregat, Gil, Mol, Muntaner, Salvador y Carmona, and Selam, double-page engraved folding map of Spain showing Don Quixote's route outlined in red. [3], xiv, ccxxiv, 199, [1]; [4], 418; [2], xiv, 306; [4], 346 pp. Engraved head- and tail-pieces. 4 vols. 4to (11-5/8 x 8-5/8 inches) Nueva Edición Corregida por La Real Academia Española.

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    Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de

    Publicado por Don Joaquin Ibarra, Madrid, 1780

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    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 DonÂQuixote's travels to the rear of volume 1. Spanish printer JoaquÃn 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). âIt 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 Shakespeareâ (Folgerâs Choice 30).

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    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.

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    Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de

    Publicado por Don Joaquin Ibarra, Madrid, 1780

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    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 DonÂQuixote's travels to the rear of volume 1. Spanish printer JoaquÃn 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 onÂ"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 Española (the Spanish Royal Academy) by JoaquÃn Ibarra y MarÃn, 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 £16, 16 shillings, and Col. Stanley's, where a copy sold for £17, 6 shillings, 6 pence" (A Journey Round the Library of a Bibliomaniac).

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    Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de

    Publicado por Don Joaquin Ibarra, Madrid, 1780

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    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 DonÂQuixote's travels to the rear of volume 1. Spanish printer JoaquÃn 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). âIt 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 Shakespeareâ (Folgerâs Choice, 30).

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    CERVANTES, Miguel de.

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

    Librería: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB., London, Reino Unido

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    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. Four 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.