Check List of Books Printed by Aldus Manutius in Venice. Selected from the Collection of Giorgio Uzielli. At the Grolier Club, 1962-1963.
New York: The Golier Club, 1963, First Edition. octavo, printed heavy paper wrappers. (12)pp., stapled. The Golier Club, Exhibition catalogue. With one tipped-in plate. "Addendum" slip laid in. Fine copy. Item #27112
New York: Sotheby's, Dec 12, 1991, quarto, boards. (x), (90)pp, illustrated with 64pp. of color plates. 45 items listed. Sotheby's, The Schoyen Collection began in 1955 with the acquisition of a printed book containing a manuscript fragment. Continuing to collect both incunables and manuscripts, the manuscripts soon outpaced the collecting... Item #3727
Source Material. Manuscripts from the IXth to the XVth Century, Original Documents of the XVIth to the XIXth Century, Some Early Monuments of Printing, Cartography and the Grahic Arts.
Leipzig: Karl W. Hiersemann, 1926, large quarto, printed wrappers. 94 pp. Karl W. Hiersemann, Hiersemann rare book catalogue New Series No. 1. 91 items offered, 22 are illustrated. With an alphabetic index and a systematic index. Wrappers dust soiled, two corners with small chips. Solid. Item #26530
ALEXANDER, Dorothy, in collaboration with Walter L. Strauss.
New York: Abaris, (1977), First Edition. quarto, grey pictorial cloth. 416pp. Abaris, Extensively illustrated. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS VOLUME 1 ONLY. Edges of text block dusty and a bit foxed, text clean. Item #27220
CAMPANUS, Johannes Antonius.
Rome: Eucharius Silber, for Michael Fernus, 1495, 12.25 x 8.5" single leaf, printed both sides. Eucharius Silber, for Michael Fernus, 56 lines of text printed single column with two five-line foliated woodcut initials. Campanus of Novara (c. 1220 – 1296) was an Italian mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, and physician who is... Item #26445
New Castle: Oak Knoll Press, 2016, Ninth Edition, completely revised and reset. small octavo, cloth in dust jacket. 264 pp. Oak Knoll Press, With additional information and illustrated with line drawings and color photographs. Shaken, Unsophisticated, Harleian Style, Fingerprint, E-book, Dentelle. Can you define these terms? If not, this is... Item #25731
COOK, Christopher D.
London: The Bibliographical Society, 2013, First Edition. octavo, blue cloth. 185 pp. The Bibliographical Society, Westminster Abbey is closely connected with the early history of printing in England: England's first printer, William Caxton, had his workshop within the monastery walls. Both the Abbey and the adjacent Westminster School have profited... Item #23062
GLENN, John and David Walsh.
(Cambridge): Brewer, (1988), First Edition. quarto, boards in dust jacket. xii, 82pp. Brewer, With nine plates of illustrations. In 1598 Francis Trigge, Rector of Welbourne in Lincolnshire, arranged for a library to be provided in St. Wulfram's church, Grantham, for the use of the clergy and inhabitants of the town... Item #7422
Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2015, "Collector's Edition" Limited to 350 numbered and signed copies. quarto, quarterbound in Nigerian goatskin with gold tooling and blind blocking on the spine and front cover, in a matching blocked, lined slipcase. 360 pp. Bodleian Library, Marks of Genius pays tribute to some of the most... Item #25322
Laserna Santander, M. de.
Mémoire historique sur la bibliothèque dite de Bourgogne, présentement Bibliothèque publique de Bruxelles.
Bruxelles: de l'Imprimerie de A. J. D. de Braeckenier, 1809, First Edition, Large Paper copy printed on laid paper. octavo, rebound in red marbled boards and red leather spine. [ii], iv, 216 pp. de l'Imprimerie de A. J. D. de Braeckenier, About ten leaves with water stain along edges, including... Item #26306
STILLWELL, Margaret Bingham.
New York: BSA, 1972, First Edition. octavo, cloth. xxviii, 112pp. BSA, A Chronological Survey of the Texts chosen for Printing during the First Twenty Years of the Printing Art. With a Synopsis of the Gutenberg Documents. A summary of the manuscript documents, 1420-1468, and a review of the printed statements... Item #6077
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1970, Revised Edition. quarto, original black buckram. (x), (262)pp. followed by LVI pp. of plates. Princeton University Press, Also illustrations in text. Neat name, address and date on front end paper. Near fine copy. Item #27219
Harvey Miller, 2017, First Edition. quarto, in dust jacket. 456 pp. Harvey Miller, The Gutenberg Bible is widely recognized as Europe's first printed book, a book that forever changed the world. However, despite its initial impact, fame was fleeting: for the better part of three centuries the Bible was virtually... Item #26247
WHITESELL, David R.
First Supplement to James E. Walsh's Catalogue of the Fifteenth-Century Printed Books in the Harvard University Library.
Cambridge, MA: Houghton Library, 2006, First Edition. octavo, cloth. 236 pp. Houghton Library, In 1994, the late James E. Walsh reported that the Harvard collection of fifteenth-century printed books, the third largest in North America, "comprises 3,517 editions in 4,187 copies." Ten years later the count has risen to 3,627... Item #17661