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1486 Anton Koberger INCUNABULA Holy Bible Nuremberg

Verlag: [Nürnberg : Koberger, Anton; 1486-1487, 1497]. Folio. (1486)

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Beschreibung: [Nürnberg : Koberger, Anton; 1486-1487, 1497]. Folio., 1486. Hardcover. Zustand: Near Fine. 1st Edition. 1486 Anton Koberger INCUNABULA Holy Bible Nuremberg Illustrated Lyra Commentary FAMOUS BIBLE / Entirely COMPLETE / EXQUISITE An exceedingly rare, COMPLETE collection of 4 volumes of the famous 15th-century Koberger Bible. This Greek and Latin Bible includes commentary of Nicolas de Lyra, a 13th-century doctor of theology at Paris, and, according to Darlow and Moule, “[Lyra] may be said to mark the first beginnings of a school of natural exegesis.” Lyra was the first printed biblical commentator and commentary was used by Martin Luther and influenced some of his writings. In fact, Luther is quoted as saying “Without Lyra we would understand neither the Old or the New Testament. Lyra’s influence was most important to the future of Bible commentary, as he took literal meanings of the text rather than inferring mystical or allegorical teachings. Anton Koberger, most-known for his monumental work “Nuremberg Chronicle,” printed this illustrated Bible set. He established the first printing press in Nuremberg in 1470 and went on to publish some of the most important printed works from the 15th-century. This collection includes uniformly bound tomes including one tome from the 1497 issue. One of the Frankfurt copies, part I only, made up with parts II-IV of the 1485 Koberger edition, was bought in 1486; the work must have been put in hand soon after the earlier edition (Ohly-Sack 561). Item number: #926 Price: $75,000 LYRA, Nicolaus de Biblia latina : cum postillis Nicolai de Lyra et expositionibus Guillelmi Britonis in omnes prologos S. Hieronymi et additionibus Pauli Burgensis replicisque Matthiae Doering [Nürnberg : Koberger, Anton; 1486-1487, 1497]. Folio. Details: • Collation COMPLETE with all pages; 4 volumes: o 468 p: a¹⁰b¹²c–h¹⁰ik⁸l–o¹⁰p⁶q⁸r–z⁊aa–dd¹⁰ee¹²ffgg¹⁰hhii–oo¹ ⁰ppqq⁶rr–vv¹⁰xx¹²yyzz⁊⁊¹&#8304 ;??⁶ o 338p: Da-Dz Ea-Es8 Et10 o 348p: AA-GG10 HH12 II-MM10 NN12 OO8 PP-TT10 UU XX6 YY ZZ AAA-FFF10 GGG HHH8 III-MMM10 NNN8 o 384p: 2a-l10 m8 n-q10 r8 s6 t-y10 z12 aa10 bb8 cc-ff10 gg12 hh-oo10 pp8 qq rr6, • Binding: Beautiful decorative vellum; tight & secure, v1 & v2 have functioning clasps • Provenance: Handwritten – Ex Brombac: Biblioth: • Language: Latin • References: Darlow & Moule 6085; Hain 3167; Copinger 77; Goff B614; ISTC ib00614000; GW 4289; Proctor 2060 • Size: ~12.75in X 9.25in (32.5cm x 23.5cm) • Exceedingly rare with no other example for sale worldwide (and likely not to be seen again on the market for decades) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 926 Photos available upon request. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers ABE-1499720316670

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Biblia Germanica. –

Verlag: Getruckt zuo Zürich, bey Christoffel Froschouer, im Jar als man zalt. (1531)

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Beschreibung: Getruckt zuo Zürich, bey Christoffel Froschouer, im Jar als man zalt., 1531. Folio. (13) Bl. (statt 14), CCCXLII, CCCXXII Bl. Mit zwei Titelblättern mit figürlichen Rahmen in Rot und Schwarz, 3 Druckermarken und 198 Textholzschnitten. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit ornamentalen Rollstempeln, 2 Metallschliessen, 4 metallenen Eck- und 2 Mittelstücken. VD 16 B 2690. – Vischer C 192. – Rudolphi 193. – Leemann-van Elck (Bibelsammlung) Nr. 5: "Im Mai 1531 veranstaltete Froschauer die für längere Zeit textlich sowie typographisch und illustrativ bedeutendste Ausgabe in Folio, die eine lange Reihe illustrierter Foliobibeln eröffnet und ein hervorragendes Erzeugnis der Buchdruckerkunst darstellt." Die seltene, reich illustrierte Vollbibel von 1531, mit den Holzschnitten nach Hans Holbein d. J., die ursprünglich für eine Lyoner Bibelausgabe bestimmt waren, hier zum Teil geschnitten von dem Monogrammisten V(eit) S(pecklin). Einige Schnitte werden Hans Asper zugeschrieben, vgl. Leemann-van Elck (Zürch. Buchillustr.), S. 32–34 mit Abb. Dazu kamen die 21 Holzschnitte zur Apokalypse, ebenfalls nach Holbein d. J., vermutlich geschnitten von Hans Lützelburger und Hans Herrmann, von Froschauer nur in dieser Ausgabe verwendet. Die Druckermarken (Heitz Nr. 8 und Nr. 5) sind nach Hans Baldung Grien und Hans Holbein d. J. Der Holzschnitt auf Bl. CCCXXI verso, das Himmlische Jerusalem darstellend, zeigt im Hintergrund die Stadt Luzern. In dieser Zeit lebte Holbein in Luzern, wo er mit seinem Vater tätig war. «Das Buch Job, die Psalmen, die Sprichwörter, der Prediger und das Hohelied sind ganz neu bearbeitet. In den historischen Büchern und besonders im Neuen Testament ist dagegen die Fassung Luthers noch wesentlich beibehalten» (Leemann-van Elck). – Der Vorbesitzer dieses Exemplars hat sich ausführlich mit dem Bildprogramm befasst und die Holzschnitte mit Bleistift nummeriert, ferner z. Tl. auch die Woltmann-Nummern angefügt. Cf. Woltmann, Holbein und seine Zeit (1874), Bd. I, Kapitel X, Hans Holbein und die Reformation, S. 213 ff; Bd. II, Abschnitt V. Holzschnittwerk, Altes Testament 1–91 und Offenbarung 150–170. Eine weitere ausführliche Abhandlung zu allen Aspekten dieser Bibel, verfasst von Hans Rudolf Lavater-Briner, findet sich in der Publikation «Die Zürcher Bibel von 1531», hrsg. von Christoph Sigrist, 2011. – Zustand: Erstes Titelblatt ausgeschnitten und aufgezogen, etliche Textblätter zu Beginn und am Schluss angerändert (kleiner Textverlust auf Bl. 5 der Vorrede), zweites Titelblatt angerändert. Einige Flecken und andere Gebrauchsspuren. – Mit Exlibris Paul Ad. Leemann. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 3335DB

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Biblia. Dat is, de gantsche H. Schrift,: BIBLE - DUTCH].

Beschreibung: Bibliasacra 1590.B.dut.BHS.c & AHa, b & c; Le Long, p. 748; Poortman, Bijbel en prent I, pp. 112-119, 184-187 & 215; STCN 336510985 & 054873002, 334453534; Typ. Batava 602; cf. Darlow & Moule 3293; for the panel-stamp: H. de la Fontaine Verwey, "Amsterdamse uitgeversbanden van Cornelis Claes en Laurens Jacobsz", in: Uit de wereld van het boek II, pp. 33-48, at pp. 41-43. An unrecorded issue (1 of at least 7) of a rare and important 1590 Bible edition, the corrected "deux aes" Bible, based on the first edition of 1562 (New Testament 1559), which remained the standard Dutch Reformed Bible until the official Dutch States translation, published in 1637. It was translated from Luther's German by Godfried van Wingen (the New Testament by Johannes Dyrkinus), after comparison with several other versions, and includes many notes, some also taken from Luther and some by Augustin Marlorat, as well as Petrus Danthenus's metric psalms with music notes. The Amsterdam bookseller Laurens Jacobsz. initiated the publication of the present corrected text of the "deus aes" Bible and the maps to accompany it, publishing the folio edition with maps himself, but sharing the quarto edition with four other publishers. Although Jacobsz.'s name does not appear in the present issue, he was originally trained as a binder, operated his shop at the sign of the gold-tooled Bible and Fontaine Verwey gives evidence to link him with the panel stamp on the present binding. He may therefore have bound copies (or had them bound) for the other publishers. Bibliasacra, Typ. Batava and the STCN together record only 8 copies of all issues combined, at least half of those lack leaves and some of the copies with all leaves have defective leaves or lack the maps, so that they record at most 2 other complete copies with maps.With a few leaves slightly browned, a water stain in the second half and the first preliminary quire of part 1 (faint outside a few quires), small tears in the maps and a few worm holes or other defects in the paper, mostly in the margins of the last few leaves, but still in good condition. The binding has been skilfully re-backed, probably in the early 19th-century, and is slightly rubbed, with a crack along the edge of the panel-stamp on the front board and a few minor cuts and scrapes, but also still in good condition and only slightly trimmed. A very rare complete copy of an important Dutch Reformed Bible, in an unrecorded issue and in a stunning contemporary gold panel-stamped and gold-tooled binding with engraved silver furnishings. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers A27E2B01U79O

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1569 "Bear" Bible; First Bible in Spanish

Verlag: THOMAS GUARINUS AND SAMUEL APIARIUS (1569)

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Beschreibung: THOMAS GUARINUS AND SAMUEL APIARIUS, 1569. Hardcover. Zustand: Fine. 1st Edition. 1569 BEAR BIBLE; First Complete Bible Printed in Spanish. Formerly owned by Oscar B. Cintas, Cuban Ambassador to the United States. LA BIBLIA, QUE ES, LOS SACROS LIBROS DEL VIEEIO Y NUEVO TESTAMENTO. TRASLADADA EN ESPAÑOL. [BASEL: THOMAS GUARINUS AND SAMUEL APIARIUS?], 1569. Title-page with woodcut printer's device of a bear cub raiding a beehive, one full-page woodcut plate and one woodcut text vignette, numerous woodcut initials. An extraordinary, complete copy. Clean and crisp. Full calf binding, gilt edges, hand marbled endpapers. La Biblia del Oso or the "Bear Bible," is the earliest edition of the complete Bible in Castilian Spanish. The translator was Cassisoro de Reina (ca. 1520–94) of Seville, who fled the Spanish Inquisition in 1557 and preached to Spanish Protestants in London, Antwerp, and Frankfurt-am-Main. The publisher and printer of his bible are not named within the book, but the copy Reina presented to the University of Basel in 1569 was inscribed with the name of the printer Thomas Guarinus and the printer's device is that which appeared in other books printed by the Apiarius family of Bern. Reina's "Bear bible" derives it nickname from the famous woodcut on the title, which shows a bear helping himself to honey from a hive. The bear was the emblem of Apiarius's native city state, Bern, and the bees are a reference to his family name. Other works printed by Apianus with this device also include the legend from Psalm 119: "how sweet are they words unto my taste! Yea, sweeter than honey to my mouth!" Here one finds instead the Hebrew and Spanish versions of Isaiah 40:8, a passage dear to Martin Luther: "The word of our God shall stand forever." A remarkable example. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 6

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EARLY BIBLE/LYRA, NICOLAUS DE

Verlag: Nürnberg, Anton Koberger (1493)

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Beschreibung: Nürnberg, Anton Koberger, 1493. 4 volumes, 424, 338, 317 (of 318), 350 (of 352) folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with 4 raised bands and clasps, Folio H. 34,5 x L. 23,5 x W. 6,5-9 cm. (The marigins of titlepage vol.1 are renewed, 3 pages of vol.1 in matching facsimile on contemporary paper, without the final blanco pages in vol. 3 and 4, waterstains at some places, some wormholes in both the wooden boards and the text blocks. With 44 woodcuts -some fullpage-, the capital letters in volume 2-4, and some in volume 1 are handcoloured with red and blue paint. With some old annotations in the margins. Incunable edition of the Latin Bible containing the Old and New Testament with the commentary of Nicolaus de Lyra. Besides De Lyra's Postillae the Additiones of the Spanish bishop Paul of Burgos c.1353-1435, followed by a reply on this Additiones the Defensarium or Responsiones from the Franciscan Matthias Döring c.1390-1469. Nicolaus de Lyra c.1270-1349, was a Franciscan teacher at the University of Paris. De Lyra was a very important biblical commentator who was known for his knowledge of Hebrew learning and the Latin (Church) Fathers. He gained his knowledge through studying the Hebrew language and other Jewish sources, among which the writings of Rabbi Solomon c.1040-1105. He studied with the Jewish rabbis of Évreux (North France), this city was one of the centres of Jewish learning during the Middle Ages. His knowledge was expressed in his massive Postillae, in which he commented extensively on the entire Bible according to mostly literal senses. This commentary was printed for the first time in 1471/1472 which makes it the first printed commentary on the entire Bible. The commentary of De Lyra is considered to be a mark in the field of exegesis, not only for its completeness (which was not common in medieval commentary tradition) but also because of its use of Hebrew exegetical scholarship and was used by generations of scholars, among which John Wycliffe and Martin Luther. John Wycliffe acknowledged his indebtedness to De Lyra in his translation of the Bible from around 1388. Luther consulted and used the Postillae regularly throughout his career, especially on his translation of Genesis. He saw the work as a good exegetical and practical resource which provided a better understanding of the historical sense of the text. In wrote in his Table Talk 'Lyra's Commentaries upon the Bible are worthy of all praise. I will order them diligently to read, for they are exceeding good, especially on the historical part of the Old Testament.' The publisher, Anton Koberger, was one of the largest publishers of the incunabula period, in this copy the Bible text was printed in the centre of the pages with the accompanying commentary of De Lyra around it, at the beginning of the paragraphs were blank spaces reserved for the capital letters, these were filled in by hand later.)4 delen, 424, 338, 317 (van de 318), 350 (van de 352) folia. Origineel Perkament met ribben, stempels en sloten, Folio H. 34,5 x L. 23,5 x D. 6,5-9 cm. (Nieuwe marges aangevijzeld bij titelpagina dl.1, 3 pagina's dl.1 in nette kopie op oud papier, zonder de laatste blanco pagina's in dl.3 en 4, plaatselijk vochtvlekken, enkele wormgaatjes in zowel de houten platten als in het boekblok. Met 44 houtgravures waarvan enkele paginagroot, de kapitalen van deel 2-4, en enkele van deel 1 zijn handgekleurd in zowel rood als blauw. Met enkele oude aantekeningen in de marges. Incunabel of Wiegendruk van de Latijnse Bijbel bestaande uit het Oude en Nieuwe Testament met commentaar van Nicolaus de Lyra. Naast de Postillae van De Lyra vind men in deze uitgave de Additiones van de Spaanse bisschop Paul of Burgos c.1353-1435, en als een weerwoord op deze Additiones de Defensarium of Responsiones van de Franciscaanse Matthias Döring c.1390-1469.Nicolaus de Lyra c.1270-1349, was een Franciscaanse leraar aan de Universiteit van Parijs. De Lyra was een zeer belangrijke bijbelcommentator die bekend was om zijn kennis. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 201530

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Beschreibung: Nuremberg, J. A. Endter, 1768. With engr. illus. title, 12 full-page engr. portraits by J. C. Claussner, 9 plates with portraits of biblical figures, 4 double-page maps with fine baroque cartouches and illustrations, 2 double-page plans, 21 engr. pictorial titles and plates (some double-page and folding), several woodcut initials and vignettes. 2 cols. Engraved title, (144), 740 pp.; (2), 512 pp.; 480, (16) pp. Royal folio (430 x 283 mm). Early 19th century decorated richly gold-tooled red morocco over wooden boards, spine on 5 raised bands, richly gilt rococo ornamentation inside and with stamped citations from Corinthians I, 18 and Luke XIV, 27 on front cover with mounted crucifix, the black cross in metal frame (280 x 135mm) and the corpus carved from ebony, 2 solid cast openwork brass clasps, t.e.g. (sig. Carl Lehmann). In an acryl glass box. Nuremberg, J. A. Endter, 1768. Royal presentation copy in a precious de luxe binding made by the Royal Court binder Carl Ernst Lehmann III (1787-1848). Enclosed is a dedication letter with autographed word "wohlgeneigter" and autographed signature "Friedrich Wilhelm" with place and date "Berlin, Nov. 1833" by King Frederick William III of Prussia (1770-1840). widower of Queen Louise of Prussia (1776-1810). She was probably the most famous and well-loved Queen consort in German history. Recipient of this present royal gift was Baron Carl Ritschl von Hartenbach (1783-1858), composer in Pomerania and bishop of Stettin. This is a splendid example of the richly illustrated "Kurfürsten Bible" in Luther's version, also known as "Weimar Bible" or "Ernestinian Bible", named after Ernest Duke of Saxe-Weimar, here present in the 14th and last edition, and according to Jackson the best and most sought-after edition. Editors were Johann Gerhard (1582-1637), theologian at Jena, and his successor Salomon Glass (1593-1656), and others. This was the most popular German Bible of its time, using Martin Luther's text of his 1545 edition including the Book of Ezra. The glossary, and each chapter is accompanied by texts from S. Glassius' "Biblisches Handbüchlein" (Nuremberg, c. 1654), meant as a help for the lay reader. A detailed history of the conception and printing of this epochal Bible is given in the preliminaries. This present edition contains a wealth of pictorial matter. The engraved title shows Moses and Jesus Christ on the left side and to the right the pillars of a temple, which bears the coat of arms of the Duke. It is followed by the portraits of the Saxon Electors with their coat of arms, four of these coat of arms include small views of Jena, Wittenberg, Utrecht, and Würzburg. One plate shows Luther in full figure, 9 full-page plates show scenes or biblical characters from the Old Testament like Moses, Isaiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, Noah's ark, 2 double-page engr. plans of Jerusalem, 4 maps, 1 folding plate showing camps of the Israelites, etc. The New Testament has verious plates to illustrate these books with scenery in 12 small compartments. The last illustration is the double-page picture of the presentation of the Confessio Augustana to Charles V (1530), the full text is printed on the following pages. - Minimally browning or foxing in parts, all engravings in dark impressions. Otherwise an extraordinarily tall, fresh and fine richly illustrated German Bible in a remarkable beautifully decorated unique binding and in an excellant condition. - Bibelsammlung Stuttgart E 1552 (incomplete); cf. Darlow/M. 4234 (1736 ed.); Jahn 91ff.; Jackson 9; cf. Graesse I, 379; cf. Sonnenberg, L. Königliche Bücher. Exhibition Catalogue SB Berlin 1986; Ebert 2191. This edition not in Lüthi, or BMC. BIBLES ; RELIGION / THEOLOGY ; ILLUSTRATED BOOKS (BEFORE 1900) ; Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 33074-1305

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Bible] Biblia Das is, Die gantze Helige: Amman, Jost (1539

Beschreibung: George Raben, Sigmund Feyrabend [Feierabend or Feyerabend], Weygand Hanen Erben 1564-5, 1569, Frankfurt am Mayn [Main], 1564. Calf. First Edition. A mid-sixteenth century Luther bible containing 137 woodcuts Swiss artist Jost Amman, including four full page, all hand-colored. Folio, 33 by 23 cm. (11 lbs.) Collation: )(3-8, a3-6, b1-7, A2-3, A5-6, B1-3, B5-6, C-E6, F1-5, G-Z6, a-z6, aa-ff6, 4 blank leaves, A-Z6, a-n6, o2-6, p-z6, aa-qq6, A-Q6, R8, S-V6, X8. Lacking [*]1-2)(1-2, b8, A1, A4, B4, F6, o1 (NT title). To simplify this collation, preliminaries are unpaginated, then leaves numbered, 317, 370, 129 unpaginated leaves. The missing leaves are the general title, four prelim or prefatory leaves, three from Genesis: numbers 1, 4, 10, one from Exodus: 36, and the New Testament Title. Numerous closed tears, a few large, scattered through the bible, with only two woodcuts touched, but suffering no loss of imagery. These two are in Revelations, which was clearly thumbed through more frequently. Generally the woodcuts are unscathed, and the color remains vibrant. A few other leaves with marginal note losses, and a few instances of paper repair in the margins (but no facsimilization of margin text loss). One leaf, 193 (OT) with corner chunk loss. Dampstaining in bottom and inner margins of most pages. As with chipping and loss, the soiling is heaviest in the early leaves. The core is generally free of heavy blemishing. Calf, probably at least eighteenth century, heavily worn, dry and scuffed, and spine strip is gone. First and last half dozen leaves chipped and heavily worn along edges, with some loss of text. A few other leaves with marginal note losses, and a few instances of paper repair in the margins (but no facsimilization of margin text loss). Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 003264

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Casiodoro de Reina

Verlag: Basilea (1569)

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Beschreibung: Basilea, 1569. Cuero. Zustand: Bien. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Bien. Original Biblia del Oso de 1569, Basilea Swiss, esta es la primera edición de la Biblia al castellano. En excelente estado de conservacion, completa y en un magnifico estado. Solo se imprimieron en 1569, 260 ejemplares. Rarisimo ejemplar, practicamente imposible de encontrar. Cuando uno estudia su historia, las numerosas persecusiones y obstáculos que tuvo Casiodoro de Reina en traducir esta bella Biblia, a uno no le queda otro remedio que concluir que esta clásica obra no es otra cosa sino un mismo milagro de Dios. La Biblia tiene todos sus grabados y paginas. La Biblia de Casiodoro de Reina (Nacido en Montemolín hacia 1520 - fallecido en Francfort en 1594) es la primera Biblia completa impresa en lengua española (y también, es la única traducción cristiana con tanto arraigo para las mayorías hispanas, en existencia desde 1569 hasta el día de hoy), pues en la mal llamada Biblia de Cipriano de Valera (Amsterdam 1602), el nuevo editor Valera se limitó, como abajo explicaremos, a cambiar el orden de los libros y a añadir o quitar notas marginales, con alteraciones cuantitativamente mínimas del texto bíblico traducido por Casiodoro, cuyo nombre viene además ostentosamente silenciado en la portada. Este silencio se explica por la enemistad de más de treinta años que el superortodoxo calvinista Cipriano de Valera sintió por su antiguo maestro en el convento jerónimo de San Isidro del Campo extramuros de Sevilla, por haberse negado Casiodoro a someter su traducción de la Biblia a la censura de los eclesiásticos de Ginebra (es decir, Calvino y los suyos) . Casiodoro de Reina (propiamente, en español antiguo, habría que escribir Reyna, como él mismo firmaba y como Valera le nombró) era considerado en Sevilla como el maestro indiscutido de la naciente comunidad evangélica. De todos los frailes de San Isidro del Campo que en 1557 huyeron de Sevilla, y se dirigieron a Ginebra, fue Casiodoro de Reina el único que no tuvo que hacer estudios suplementarios de teología bajo Théodore de Bèze en Lausanne, y también el único (aparte de Juan de Sosa, un joyero anabaptista de Sevilla, fallecido en Amberes en 1560), a quien los Inquisidores sevillanos en el Auto de Fe del 23 abril de 1562 dieron el honorable título de 'heresiarca', es decir, maestro de herejes. bávaro Mattias Apiarius. VERY GOOD CONDITION, ORIGINAL PIECE OF HISTORY. FIRST SPANISH BIBLE. Genuine 1569 The first Bible in Spanish BEAR BIBLE. Printed in the year 1569 in Basel Swiss. La Biblia del Oso por Casiodoro de Reyna. Impresa en el año 1569 en Basilea (Suiza). Esta es una de las pocas copias que quedan en el planeta de la primera edición de la Biblia traducida al Español, y perseguida por la inquisición Española y su gran mayoría quemadas por la misma en la persecución. La Biblia se encuentra en excelente estado de conservación, tenga presente tiene 445 años, y esta muy cuidada. Una de esas oportunidades únicas en la vida de tener parte de la historia de la conservación y persecución de la Biblia. It is the first time translated and published the complete Bible into Spanish, this is one of those few copies left in the world. Printed in 1569. The book is on very good condition, is complete. No foxing.This is a historical book for the spanish language and literature. One of those unique opportunities in life to have part of the story conservation and persecution of the Bible. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 000002

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La Biblia, que es, los sacros libros: Bible

Bible

Verlag: [T. Guarinus], [Basel] (1569)

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Beschreibung: [T. Guarinus], [Basel], 1569. First Edition. First edition of the first complete Biblie in Castillan Spanish. Bound in mordern full brown morocco with intricate stamping in gilt and blind on the boards and spine. Minor restoration to the first and last few leaves, inner margin of the title page extended. Matching dates of 1569 on the title and the colophon leaf at the end. Dampstaining to the inner margin of the last 35 leaves. Two small worm-tracks through the lower margin of the New Testament, no text affected. Upper margin trimmed a bit close, almost touching the headers on a few leaves. Quarto (pages 231 x 164 mm) collating: [15 leaves], 1438, 544, 508, [2]; complete with the exception of two blanks and the three leaves of 'Annotationes' at the end (usually lacking). Woodcut illustration on the title page, two more in the prelimiary leaves. Mostly clean internally with the occasional small stain or bit of foxing, but nothing objectionable. A rare and important work. The first complete Bible printed in the Spanish language, it is known as the "Bible of the Bear" on account of the printer's mark on the title page. The bear was the well-known device of Samuel Apiarius who played an important role in this edition's production, although Thomas Guarinus was responsible for the greatest part of this book. Cassiodoro de Reina served as the translator of this important work, which provided Spanish speakers access to the Bible in their own vernacular; and his version of the Old Testament originated largely from the Hebrew, following the Latin translation of St. Pagninus and using the Ferrara version alongside a variety of other translations and commentaries. His version of the New Testament, meanwhile, was based on the Greek. In all, the creators of this work were diligent in providing the best possible Spanish text, seeking to keep the Bible's language as true to the original as possible. The ability to access scriptures in the vernacular was still a new phenomenon at the time of the Bear Bible's release. Only three decades before, Martin Luther had published the first German vernacular complete Bible in order to wrest control of faith from the hands of priests and into those of the people. Thus, the Bear Bible was part of a larger evolution in attitudes toward faith and religious authority. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 2322

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Biblia, Det er den gantske Hellige Scrifft,: BIBLIA DANICA. -

BIBLIA DANICA. - - [EDITIO PRINCEPS THE ENTIRE BIBLE IN DANISH]

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Beschreibung: Københaffn, Ludowich Dietz, 1550. Folio. Senere helpergamentsbind. Kalligraferet rygtitel. Fællestitelbladet trykt i rødt og sort. 552 blade, inclusiv de to blanke. Med alle deltitelblade. Christian III' træstukne portræt (udført af hofmaler Jacob Binck). Rigsvåbnet i helsides træsnit. Ca. 25 blade, forrest og bagerst, omkantede og reparerede. En del reparationer af smårifter. En del kantforstærkninger som i nogle tilfæde medfører tab af bogstaver i marginalnoterne. Nogle blade med lidt teksttab. Forreste titelblad repareret i nederste højre hjørne. Rigsvåbnet repareret i ydre margin med rekonstruktion af rammen. Spredte skjolder i marginer. Spredte brugsspor. Enkelte blade antageligt indsatte fra et andet eksemplar. En del gl. ejernavne (præster). Gennemillustret med træsnit af Erhard Altdorfer i teksten og helsides.Folio. A bit later full vellum binding with title in contemporary to spine. 552 leaves, including the two blanks. With all the half-titles (rarely seen). 25 leaves in front and back with repairs. Several smaller repairs. Several marginal inforcements. A few leaves with loss of text. A few leaves presumably supplied from another copy. Scattered damp stains. Several name from previous owners (presumably priests). Complete. Første danske helbibel og Reformationstidens største danske bogværk, trykt af den til arbejdets udførelse indkaldte bogtrykker, Ludwig Dietz fra Rostock. Yderst sjælden i komplet stand.The first Danish folio bible: "The editio princeps of the Bible in Danish", very rarely seen complete."This first translation of the entire Bible stands as a monument of the Danish Reformation, and the influence it excercised, both at the time and subsequently, cannot be overemphasized. The translation was commanded by King Christian III, and nothing was spared in order to make it as perfect as possible. The best danish theologians worked on the translation, but it was not until 1548 that the work had progresses so far that a printing could be implemented. A German printer, Ludwig Dietz from Rostock, was therefore summoned. Already in 1534 he had printed a complete Bible in Low german, and in 1548 he came to Copenhagen with his printing material. It is copies from the Lübeck 1534 edition of Luther's German Bible, and is illustrated with many woodcuts by Erhard Altdorffer." (Thesaurus). - The copy has some defects, leaves remargined, recornered, marginal losses, textual repairs, some leaves shaved etc.Birkelund, 19. Darlow & Moule 3155. - Lauritz Nielsen, 15. - Thesaurus I,75. - Christian Bruun II, p. 324 ff. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 55412

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Biblia, das ist: Die gantze heilige Schrifft,: Dos-à-dos-à-dos binding]. Biblia

Dos-à-dos-à-dos binding]. Biblia germanica.

Verlag: Lüneburg, Johann Stern, 1685. (1685)

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Beschreibung: Lüneburg, Johann Stern, 1685., 1685. 12mo (70 x 130 x 65 mm). (8), 664 pp. 423, (1) pp. 302, (5), 5, 8 pp. With engr. frontispiece and 3 engr. title pages. Contemp. brown calf. Marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. Pretty Lüneburg-printed Luther Bible in small pocket format, bound as a "dos-à-dos-à-dos binding", a superlative triplet version of the dos-à-dos binding. The latter is described as "a binding structure in which two separate books are bound together such that the fore edge of one is adjacent to the spine of the other, with a shared lower board between them serving as the back cover of both". Von Arnim states that "this gimmick first seems to have appeared in the 1560s [.] Gruel noted that these curious bindings almost exclusively contain Protestant functional writings. It would seem that sober Protestantism here yielded to a luxurious whim, as it were, a substitute for the Catholics' bibliophile Books of Hours. Dos-à-dos bindings were particularly popular in England, especially for the small-format editions of the New Testament and Psalms so common there [.] Of nine dos-à-dos bindings in the British Museum, six are embroidered" (Bibl. Otto Schäfer, no. 79). "These twin bindings, or dos-à-dos bindings, were used frequently for religious books of the 17th and 18th century, but very few have survived" (Sonntag, Boerner Cat. 21, no. 63: an embroidered English dos-à-dos binding). Bound between the first and second parts (Genesis through Song of Solomon; Prophets) is the third part (New Testament), with shared inner boards. A few old ms. notes; first part wants flyleaves. Some professional repairs to the binding's extremeties. VD 17, 23:672727F. Darlow/Moule 4221. Württ. Bibelslg. E 906 (dos-à-dos binding; Josias Lorck copy). Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 36969

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BIBLIA LATINA. - Biblia breves in eadem
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Beschreibung: Antwerp: A. Goinus, 1540. Hardcover. Zustand: Good. Antwerp, A. Goinus, 1540. [8p], 416p, [31p], 60p. RARE ANTWERP BIBLE. Remarkable German binding; contemporary blind-rolled pigskin over wooden boards with the portraits of the prince-elector Johann Friedrich von Sachsen, the emperor Charles V, the reformers Luther, Melanchton and Erasmus, two brass clasps. Black tooled text on the first cover: "Sacra Biblia 1541 Joannes v. Busck". First cover and first part (150p) of the book wormed. Folio. (39.5 x 27 cm) Nijhoff-Kronenberg, 356 (4 copies - 1 copy in Belgium (Westmalle, Cisterc.)); Bibles BN Paris, 837; Adams, B1023; Not in STC Dutch; Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 21480

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Biblia, Das ist die gantze Heilige Schrift,: Salomon Cyprian, Ernst

Beschreibung: In Verlegung der Johann Andrea Endterischen Handlung, Nürnberg, 1768. Hardcover. Zustand: vg. Folio (17 3/4 x 12"). [2] leaves (Half-title and title), [12]pp (Preface of the 1736 second edition), [2]p (Note to the Christian reader on this new 1768 edition), [16]pp (Preface to the 1640 [i.e. 1641] edition), [2]pp (List of Saxony's Electors), 11 leaves (Engraved portraits of the Electors), [1] leaf (Engraved portrait of Martin Luther), [8]pp (Short introduction and instruction regarding the Holy Scriptures), [2]pp (Calendar), [13]pp (Index), [26]pp (Name Index), [11]pp (Chronology), [1]pp (Personalities in Maccabee and Herodium), [7]pp (Explanations on the Old Testament), [5]pp (Charts of calendars, weight, money, measures and distance used in the Bible), [4]pp (Chronological order of the Books of the Bible), [7]pp (Register / Table of the Old Testament), [3]pp (Preface of the Old Testament by Martin Luther), [3] leaves (Engraved plates), 740pp (Old Testament). [1] leaf (Engraved title of the Prophets), [1]-328pp (The Prophets), [2] leaves (Engraved title for Apocrypha, and plate), 329-512pp (Apocrypha), [4] leaves (Engraved title and three plates for The New Testament), 472pp (New Testament), 473-480pp (Constitution and harmony of the Gospels), [8]pp (Detailed plans of Jerusalem), [14]pp (Confessio). Richly gold-tooled calf with spectacular foredges stamped & tooled in gold. Foredge shows a sunburst with architectural motifs. Top and bottom edges with architectural motifs only. Front and back board with brilliant gold-tooling of a Greek temple, small motifs on top and bottom representing the seats for the bishops, all within amazingly detailed gold-tooled border. Rebacked, retaining original spine. Dentelles. Engraved half-title by J. C. Claussner, preceded by the printed title. Decorative head-, tailpieces and initials. In 1641 was published the first edition of the so-called "Weimar Bible" compiled under the auspices of Ernest, Duke of Saxony-Jülich-Cleves-Berg, by Johann Gerard, Salomon Glass and others. This striking 1768 copy is the third and last edition of the "Weimar Bible" also called "Kurfürstenbibel" (the Electors' Bible) as it features eleven full page engravings depicting Saxony's Electors from Friedrich III to Bernhard der Große (plates numbered 1-11), followed by an engraved portrait of Martin Luther. (see Darlow & Moule 4217 for the 1641 edition and Darlow & Moule 4234 for the 1768 edition).This Bible was published with added in-text explanations of Luther's original translation to better facilitate the understanding of the biblical text. Illustrated with 49 plates (including 12 engraved titles and inter-titles), most of them are full-page engravings (29), with 4 double-page, as well as 4 double-page maps and plans. With the rare fold-out engraving at rear showing the royal entourage in the large reception hall during the "Confessio"* which took place in Augsburg in 1530. Individuals and parts of the architecture in the hall are identified on the actual plate with small numbers ranging from 1 to 47. The opposite page lists each number with the name and title of the person depicted as well as explanations of parts of the architecture. This plate is usually missing in most copies. Small area on rear of the plate has been expertly repaired. All engravings in this bible are by Clausner. Engraved titles and decorated initials throughout. Minor age wear to binding. Some staining to endpapers. Last page chipped on bottom edge not affecting text. Slight staining and foxing to few pages. Text in German, Gothic script. Tight copy in a stunning binding with exquisite illustrated page edges. In overall very good condition. Darlow-M. 4234 for 1736 edition.* The Augsburg Confession, also known as the "Augustana" from its Latin name, Confessio Augustana, is the primary confession of faith of the Lutheran Church and one of the most important documents of the Lutheran Reformation. The Augsburg Confession was written in both German and Latin and was presented by a number of German rulers and free-cities at the Diet of Aug. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 20419

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SAUR BIBLE].

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Beschreibung: 1743. (SAUR BIBLE). Biblia, Das ist: Die Helige Schrift Altes und Neues Testaments, Nach der Deutschen Uebersetzung D. Martin Luthers mit Jedes Capitels Furtzen Summarien, Ach Bengefugten Vielen und Richtigen Parallelen; Rebst dem Gewohnlichen Anhang des Dritten und Vierten Buchs Esra und des Dritten Buchs der Maccabaer. Germantown: Christoph Saur, 1743. 4to. [4], 995. [1], 277, [7] pp. printed in double columns. Ornamental capitals. Contemporary calf over bevelled wooden boards, tooled brass clasps, raised bands. Repaired, loss to foot of spine made up in matching leather; lower half of second column of one leaf expertly supplied in facsimile; boards rubbed; toning and light scattered foxing, else a very good copy. Evans 5127. Darlow & Moule 4240. Hildeburn 804. The first European language bible printed in America, and the second bible printed in America after John Eliot's Indian bibles of the 1660s. The text is based on Martin Luther's version by way of the 34th edition of the Halle Bible, with books three and four Esra and three Maccabees supplied from the Berlenburg Bible. Believed to have been printed in an edition of 1200 copies, of which slightly over one-tenth are known to have survived. Christoph Saur was a native of Wittgenstein, Germany, who settled in Germantown, Pennsylvania, and practiced medicine before turning to printing. A very nice copy of a landmark in American religious and printing history. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 53671

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Beschreibung: Haus Krafft, 1576. Hardcover. Haus Krafft, Wittenberg, 1576. 14 Bl./392/447 S. mit 2 gestochenen Titeln, 1 Brustportraittafel des Herzogs zu Sachsen, Churfürst/Landgraff in Döringen/Marggraff zu Meissen/und Burggraff zu Magdeburg sowie 290 Holzschnitte von Hans Brosamer. Original Leder-Einband mit 5 Schmuckbünden und 8 verzierten Kupferbeschlägen (Rücken restauriert/Einbanddecken mit Wurmlöchern/Schließer fehlen/alte Anmerkungen auf Vorsatz/Titeltafel und Portraittafel mit hinterlegtem Ausriss/20 Seiten mit kleinen Eckausrissen, dadurch wenige Seiten mit unerheblichem Textverlust/etwas fleckig/teils randfleckig/alte Marginalien) --- - Hans Brosamer (1495 in Fulda - 1554 in Erfurt) war deutscher Maler, Kupferstecher und Formschneider, nach Lucas Cranach dem Älteren, bei dem er Schüler war, war er der zweite Illustrator der Luther-Bibel. Die Holzschnitte in der Ausgabe von 1576 sind identisch mit der ersten illustrierten Auflage von Brosamer aus 1550 - 5995 Gramm. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 2j5116

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BIBLIA, DAS IST: DIE HEILIGE SCHRIFT ALTES: Bible in German]:

Beschreibung: Christoph Saur, Germantown, 1743. [4],995,277,[7]pp. Thick quarto. Contemporary calf over wooden boards, metal clasps. Clasps renewed, corners worn, head of spine expertly repaired. Contemporary and later manuscript notations on front pastedown and rear fly leaf. Titlepage with neat marginal repairs, some light stains. Very good. The first European language Bible printed in America, and the second Bible printed in America after John Eliot's Indian Bibles of the 1660s. The text is based on Martin Luther's version by way of the thirty-fourth edition of the Halle Bible, with Book Three of Edras, Book Four of Edras, and Book Three of Maccabees supplied from the Berlenburg Bible. Believed to have been printed in an edition of 1200 copies, of which slightly over one-tenth are known to have survived. Christoph Saur was a native of Wittgenstein, Germany who settled in Germantown, Pennsylvania and practiced medicine before turning to printing. There are three variant titlepages noted for this work, of which this is the second. A landmark in American religious and printing history. DARLOW & MOULE 4240. EVANS 5128. HILDEBURN 804. ARNDT 47. SEIDENSTICKER, p.20. NAIP w018551. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers WRCAM47841

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Beschreibung: Nuremberg, J. A. Endter, 1720. With engr. illus. title, 12 full-page engr. portraits by J. C. Claussner, 9 plates with portraits of biblical figures, 4 double-page maps with fine baroque cartouches and illustrations, 2 double-page plans, 21 engr. pictorial titles and plates (some double-page and folding), several woodcut initials and vignettes. 2 cols. Printed title in red and black; 67 unn. leaves, 664 pp.; 904 pp., 8 unn. leaves. Large folio. Contemporary calf in the style of Swedish gilt leather bindings, richly gold-tooled in a panel design with flowers and ornaments, flower tool in center and corners of frames, both covers lettered each with 2 Bible quotations, spine on raised bands with richly gilt rococo ornamentation in compartments, 2 brass clasps (new ties), goffered edges, marbled end- papers, all edges gilt (slightly restored). Nuremberg, J. A. Endter, 1720. A beautiful example of the so-called "Kurfürsten Bible", also called "Weimar Bible" or "Ernestinian Bible", Present here is a copy of the 12th edition, this Bible appeared until 1768. Its first printing, commissioned by Duke Ernest the Pious of Saxe-Weimar, was in 1641. Editors were Johann Gerhard (1582-1637), theologian at Jena, and his successor Salomon Glassius (1593-1656), a.o. It was the most popular German Bible of its time, using Luther's text of 1545 and including the Apocrypha. There is a glossary, and each chapter is accompanied by texts from S. Glassius' "Biblisches Handbüchlein" meant as a help for the lay reader. A detailed history of the conception and printing of this epochal Bible is given in the preliminaries. This edition contains a wealth of pictorial matter, the title showing Moses and Christ to the left and right of the pillars of a temple, which bears the coat of arms of the Duke. It is followed by the portraits of the Saxon electors with their coats of arms, and Martin Luther: some engravings include small views, More than 30 full-page plates show biblical characters like Moses, Isaiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, and the 4 evangelists, Noah's ark, 2 plans of Jerusalem, 4 maps, 1 folding plate showing camps of the Israelites. 18 plates serve as titles to various books of the Bible, with scenes from the following contents in 12 small compartments. The last illustration is the double-page picture of the presentation of the Augsburg Confession to Charles V (1530), the full text of which is included. - Slight browning or foxing in parts, some wormholes and tears repaired. Copy in a rare, nice binding, engravings in good impressions. - Bibelsammlung Stuttgart E 1198; Jahn 79ff.; cf. Graesse I, 379; this edition not in Darlow/Moule, Lüthi, etc. BIBLES ; RELIGION / THEOLOGY ; ILLUSTRATED BOOKS (BEFORE 1900) ; Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 33133-1260

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Beschreibung: Amsterdam, Jacob Lindenberg 1702/1703, 1702. 2 works in 1 binding, (frontispiece, 2, portrait, 15) 278, 112, 70, (frontispiece with explanation) 132 folia., De Hooghe: (frontispiece with explanation, 1) 69 folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Leather with 7 raised bands, 8 corner-pieces and 2 clasps, Folio H. 47,5 x L. 32 x W. 12 cm. (The spine has been restored in the past, slightly grazed at some places. In the middle of the covers a central ornament in gilt, illustrating a bust of Luther surrounded by the commandments, a songbook and a swan. Dutch Luther Bible containing the Old and New Testament and the Apocrypha. This edition is translated from the German by Nicolaes Biestkens and is revised by Adolf Visscher. Adolf Visscher revised the Mennonite translation of Biestkens and his translation became the standard Bible for the Dutch Lutherans. The Bible is interleaved with the work of Romeyn de Hooghe which contains a frontispiece with explanation, a titlepage, 5 maps and 69 folia with 2 engravings with marginal notes on each. This set of Bible illustrations was bound in a number of different translations and editions of the Bible during this period. The total work contains 3 frontispieces, a portrait, 5 maps and 138 engravings with ca. 800 illustrations on them. 3 frontispieces, 3 capital letters, 1 head-piece and 1 printersdevice are contemporary handcoloured and in case of the frontispieces heightend with gold. The colouring is beautifully done by hand in sharp and bright colours.) 2 werken in 1 band, (titelprent, 2, portret, 15) 278, 112, 70, (titelprent met verklaring) 132 folia., De Hooghe: (titelprent met verklaring, 1) 69 folia. Origineel Leer met ribben, stempels, 8 hoeken en 2 sloten, Folio H. 47,5 x L. 32 x D. 12 cm. (De rug is in het verleden gerestaureerd, plaatselijk licht geschaafd aan de randen. Op het midden van de platten is een centraal ornament gestempeld met goud met de buste van Luther omringd door de wet, een gezangbundel en een zwaan. Nederlandse Lutherbijbel bevattende het Oude en Nieuwe Testament en de Apocriefen. Deze uitgave is door Nicolaes Biestkens uit het Duits vertaald en werd bewerkt door Adolf Visscher. Adolf Visscher herzag de Doperse vertaling van Biestkens en zijn vertaling werd de standaard Bijbel voor de Nederlandse Luthersen. De Bijbel is doorschoten met het werk van Romeyn de Hooghe wat bestaat uit een titelprent met verklaaring, een titelpagina, 5 kaarten en 69 folia met op elk 2 gravures met bijschrift. Deze set van bijbelillustraties werd in een verschillend aantal van vertalingen en edities van de Bijbel gebonden rond deze periode. Met in totaal 3 titelprenten, een portret, 5 kaarten en 138 gravures met daarop ca. 800 afbeeldingen. 3 titelprenten, 3 kapitalen, 1 vignet en 1 drukkersimpressum zijn origineel handgekleurd en in het geval van de titelprenten opgehoogd met goud. De kleuring is fraai met de hand aangebracht en is zeer helder en uitgesproken.)Long, Isaac le (1764). Boek-Zaal der Nederduitsche Bybels, p. 664-703 / N.N. (2002). Sweeter Than Honey: The Bible in Print exhibit catalogue, p. 2 / Poortman, W.C. (1986). Bijbel en Prent. Deel I: Boekzaal van de Nederlandse Bijbels, p. 106-120 / Poortman, W.C. (1995). Kaarten in Bijbels, p. 224-229. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 201541

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BIBLIA DAS IST: DIE GANTZE HEILIGE SCHRIFFT.: BREMER PRESS.) BIBLE

BREMER PRESS.) BIBLE IN GERMAN

Verlag: Bremer Presse 1926-28, Munich (1926)

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Beschreibung: Bremer Presse 1926-28, Munich, 1926. No. 284 OF 365 COPIES. 360 x 250 mm. (14 1/4 x 10"). Five volumes. Edited by Carl von Kraus. No. 284 OF 365 COPIES. PUBLISHER'S REFINED BURGUNDY MOROCCO DECORATED IN BLIND, covers framed by nine blind rules, central panel of upper cover with large cross formed by 13 blind fillets, triple raised bands, brown morocco label, blind-ruled turn-ins, ivory watered silk endleaves, top edges gilt, other edges untrimmed. In (apparently later) morocco-lipped slipcases. With titles and initials drawn by Anna Simons. Eyssen 88; Ransom, p. 257. IN PRISTINE CONDITION. This is a superb copy of the signal achievement of the Bremer Press, in a restrained but impressive binding produced by their bindery. Printed on Zander handmade paper with a typeface specially cut by Louis Hoell and initials designed by Anna Simons, it was issued to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the completion of the Lutheran Bible. Rodenberg tells us that this work had for years been the highest goal of the press, and Eyssen proclaims, "a better and more textually reliable re-creation of this national monument is hardly conceivable." Colin Franklin noted in "The Private Presses" that the Gutenberg Museum in Mainz described the Bremer Press as "the Queen of the Private Presses." According to Ransom, the press offered the Bible in three different bindings: in boards for $310, in vellum for $420, and in morocco for $470. Because she was a woman, Anna Simons (1871-1951) was barred from studying at the Prussian Arts and Crafts School, so she travelled to England to learn from Edward Johnston at the Royal College of Art. Johnston's biographer Priscilla Johnston writes, "She was one of the best students Johnston ever had and certainly one of those who exercised the greatest influence afterwards, for she disseminated his teaching throughout Germany where it was perhaps more fruitful, even, than in England." She designed some 1,400 initials and title pages for the Bremer Press. While our stately bindings are unsigned, they were likely designed by Frieda Thiersch, who was running the Bremer Press bindery at the time. The design evokes strength, the materials are of the highest quality, and the level of execution is irreproachable. Our set shows absolutely no signs of wear, and looks much as it did the day it was issued. This is a superb copy of the signal achievement of the Bremer Press, in a restrained but impressive binding produced by their bindery. Printed on Zander handmade paper with a typeface specially cut by Louis Hoell and initials designed by Anna Simons, it was issued to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the completion of the Lutheran Bible. Rodenberg tells us that this work had for years been the highest goal of the press, and Eyssen proclaims, "a better and more textually reliable re-creation of this national monument is hardly conceivable." Colin Franklin noted in "The Private Presses" that the Gutenberg Museum in Mainz described the Bremer Press as "the Queen of the Private Presses." According to Ransom, the press offered the Bible in three different bindings: in boards for $310, in vellum for $420, and in morocco for $470. Because she was a woman, Anna Simons (1871-1951) was barred from studying at the Prussian Arts and Crafts School, so she travelled to England to learn from Edward Johnston at the Royal College of Art. Johnston's biographer Priscilla Johnston writes, "She was one of the best students Johnston ever had and certainly one of those who exercised the greatest influence afterwards, for she disseminated his teaching throughout Germany where it was perhaps more fruitful, even, than in England." She designed some 1,400 initials and title pages for the Bremer Press. While our stately bindings are unsigned, they were likely designed by Frieda Thiersch, who was running the Bremer Press bindery at the time. The design evokes strength, the materials are of the highest quality, and the level of execution is irreproachable. Our set shows absolutely no signs of wear, and looks much as. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers ST14861

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The Holy Bible, containing the Old and: Bible. English. Webster.

Bible. English. Webster. 1833.

Verlag: Durrie & Peck; Sold by Hezekiah Howe & Co., and by N. & J. White, New Haven (1833)

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Beschreibung: Durrie & Peck; Sold by Hezekiah Howe & Co., and by N. & J. White, New Haven, 1833. First edition of the Bible in English (Authorized Version) tailored for American readers by Noah Webster (1758?1843). "His purpose was to remove obsolete words and those offensive to delicacy" (Rumball-Petre), Webster himself further stipulating, "To avoid giving offense to any denomination of christian [sic], I have not knowingly made any alteration to the passages of the present version, on which the different denominations rely for the support of their peculiar tenets" (Preface, p. iv). Webster further explains that the purpose of his revisions is to make the language clearer and purer so as to not "divert the mind from the matter to the language of the scriptures, and thus, in a degree, frustrate the purpose of giving instruction" (Preface, p. xvi). Webster considered his work on the revision of the Bible more important than that on the dictionary and was sorely disappointed at the Bible's poor reception among all levels of readers. Provenance: 19th-century ownership signatures of Luther P. Hubbard (undated) and R.T. Hall (1894); after ca. 1954 in The Howell Bible Collection, Pacific School of Religion (properly released). 8vo (23 cm; 9"). xvi, 907 pp. Darlow & Moule 1793; Hills 826; Rumball-Petre 197. Publisher's sheep, spine dry and tending to flake; front board once detached and resecured with a cloth tape repair at the hinge (inside). Foxing as usual. Priced to encourage better repair to its binding, this is a complete, sound copy. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 33830

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BIBLE (German) – LUTHER, Martin (1483-1546)

Verlag: In Verlegung der Johann Andrea Endterischen Handlung [Endter], MDCCLXVIII [1748], Nuremberg (1748)

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Beschreibung: In Verlegung der Johann Andrea Endterischen Handlung [Endter], MDCCLXVIII [1748], Nuremberg, 1748. Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. Large format folio (424 x 274 x 125mm). [144], 740pp., [2], 512, 480, [16]pp. Additional engraved title of architectural motif with heraldry of Saxe-Gotha-Altenberg and the flanking figures of Moses and Christ, with their attributes in niches below, signed by J. C. Clausener. Illustrated with 45 plates (including title), most of them full-page (few double-page) engravings depicting biblical scenes and prophet portraits, as well as some double-page maps and plans (temples and Holy Land maps), most illustrations also signed by Clausener. With the rare double-page engraving in rear showing royalty and court members in a large reception hall (Bischöffliche oder Fürstliche Saal) during the "Confessio" which took place in Augsburg in 1530 under Charles V. This plate is usually missing. Persons and part of the architecture in hall are indicated on the actual plate with small numbers [1-47], opposite page lists each number with name and title of person depicted and explanations of parts of the architecture. Engraved titles and decorated initials throughout. Text in German. Gothic script. Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin over beveled boards with brass corner pieces and bosses, clasps and catches restored; (marginal soiling with age, few dampstains or light wear not overwhelming the large work in the least, engravings wholly intact with only minor folds or stains only map of Israel with wide marginal tear, otherwise an excellent survival). Formerly in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, early clippings of poetical quotations (c.1910) found in hinge of first quire. Endter’s "Kurfürstenbibel" of 1748, an influential Luther Bible with exceptional engravings produced by the Gotha court. First published in 1641 under the authorization of Duke (Kurfürst) Ernst I of Saxe-Gotha. This is the so-called "Kurfürstenbibel" or "Elector Bible" because some of the engravings show various Dukes from the 16th and 17th centuries. At the realization of this major project, prominent Lutheran theologians such as Johann Gerhard, Solomon Glassius, and Johann Michael Dilherr, among others, contributed to the work. This Bible was published with a glossary and added in-text explanations of Luther’s original translation for the enlightenment of "ordinary people." For nearly two centuries, from 1613 to 1792, the successful family of Endter of Nuremberg printed the text of Luther’s Bible. Specifically the "Kurfürstenbibel" was produced from 1641 to 1758 in fourteen editions. Today, the large-format folio expenditures are amongst the most commonly encountered family Bibles from the 17th, but especially the 18th, century. The Gotha court’s significant pool of sources, as well as favor of the market place in Nuremberg, gave rise to such an important project. Large-format and heavyweight (in every sense of the word), it remains a visually stunning work, with its numerous portraits of princes in woodcuts and engravings, this "Elector Bible" treated both theological aspects as well as those of the courtly self-understanding. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers D9092

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Biblia Mit Der Ausslegung. Das Ist: Die: Luther, Martin

Beschreibung: Johann Stern, Luneburg, 1711. Large Folio (16 1/2" x 11 1/2"). A magnificent pulpit size Bible, in contemporary full leather binding, with cast bronze corners, each showing a different biblical narrative (4 on front board and 4 on rear), 4 cast bronze studs for clasps (one lacking) and a cast bronze figure of Jesus on front board and a cast bronze figure of Moses on the rear board. Printed title and engraved title, with frontis for Old Testament (both mounted) and engraved title with New Testament; large folding BIRD'S EYE VIEW of the Jerusalem (42" x 16 1/2"), mounted; double page map of the Holy Land. [42]374[12],252[14],245[12] - includes the Apocrypha. Internally clean and bright, contemporary note on OT printed title page and small marginal loss to edge, obliterating the date (1711). Binding and ropes are strong, small loss at spine ends. A very good copy, indeed; not in Darlow and Moule. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 08253

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SAUR BIBLE].

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Beschreibung: 1763. [SAUR BIBLE]. Biblia, Das Ist: Die Heilige Schrift Ales Und Neues Testaments, Nach Der Deutschen Uebersetzung D. Martin Luthers Mit Jedes Capitels Furtzen Summarien, Auch Bengefugten Vielen Und Richtigen Parallelen. Germantown: Christoph Saur, 1763. [4],992,277,[3]pp. printed in double columns. Quarto. Contemporary calf, raised bands, spine in six compartments. Calf lightly worn. Minor chipping to head and foot of spine. Lacking the metal clasps, as usual. Light scattered foxing and browned throughout. Overall very good. SEIDENSTICKER, p.61. ARNDT 269. O'CALLAGHAN, P.25. EVANS 9343. HILDEBURN 1877. NAIP w018552. SABIN 5192.The second edition of the first European language Bible printed in America, after the first of 1743. The text is based on Martin Luther's version by way of the thirty-fourth edition of the Halle Bible, with books three and four Edras and three Maccabees supplied from the Berlenburg Bible. The present edition, rumored to be issued in 2000 copies, was printed by Christopher Saur II, son of Christoph Saur the elder, a native of Wittgenstein, Germany. The elder Saur emigrated to Germantown, Pennsylvania and practiced medicine before turning to printing. It was he who printed the 1743 first edition. A very nice copy of an important early American Bible. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 47615

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Biestkens, Nicolaes|BIJBEL

Verlag: Amsterdam, Kornelis van der Sys (1721)

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Beschreibung: Amsterdam, Kornelis van der Sys, 1721. (21) 448, (2) 146 p. Origineel Leer met ribben en stempels, Folio 44,5 x 29 x 12 cm. (Het register is aan het einde van het voorwerk gebonden in plaats van achterin. Boekblok heel licht gebruind, de eerste paar en verso laatste pagina wat donkerder gebruind, laatste pagina register kort afgesneden. Uiteinden rug gerestaureerd, beide sloten missen de klampen.) Mooi exemplaar van de laatste uitgave van de Biestkensbijbel, een doperse uitgave van de Bijbel bekend geworden door de uitgever Nicolaes Biestkens (van Diest), -1585. De tekst van de Biestkensbijbel is gebaseerd op de vertaling van Luther, met gebruik van andere vertalingen en was de eerste nederlandstalige Bijbel waarbij de verzen genummerd werden. Onder de doopsgezinden werd deze vertaling veelvuldig gebruikt en zelfs na de komst van de Statenvertaling werd deze nog herdrukt. De Bijbel bevat het Oude en Nieuwe Testament en de Apocriefen en is geïllustreerd met 6 origineel handgekleurde kaarten. De 6 kaarten zijn uitgegeven door Cornelis Danckerts II en zijn gegraveerd door Albert Schut, het betreft hier de eerste staat van deze kaarten-serie. Het geheel is gebonden in een aantrekkelijke blind-gestempelde band met in het midden van het centrale ornament op het voorplat de initialen 'GH'. Een mooie editie van deze invloedrijke Bijbel, al te meer door de gekleurde kaarten. (21) 448, (2) 146 p. Contemporary blind-stamped Leather with 7 raised bands, Folio 44,5 x 29 x 12 cm. (The index is bound after the prelims instead of being bound in the back of the text block. The text block is very slightly browned, the first few and verso of the final page a bit darker, final page of the index is cut short. The spine-ends are restored, both clasps are missing.) Beautiful copy of the last edition of the Biestkens Bible, a Mennonite Bible edition that became known through the publisher Nicolaes Biestkens (van Diest), -1585. The text of the Biestkens Bible is based on the Bible translation by Luther, also using other translations and was the first Bible in Dutch with numbered verses. This translation was frequently used among the Mennonites and re-published even after the States Translation (Statenvertaling) was published. The Bible contains the Old and New Testament and the Apocrypha and is illustrated with 6 contemporary hand-coloured maps. The 6 maps are published by Cornelis Danckerts II and are engraved by Albert Schut, here present the first state of this series of maps. The work is bound in an attractive, blind-stamped binding bearing the initials 'GH' within the central ornament of the front cover. A beautiful edition of this influential Bible-edition, even more so because of the coloured maps. Berg, A.J. van den/Thijs, B. (2010). Uitgelezen. Bijbels en prentbijbels uit de vroegmoderne tijd, p. 47-57 / Bruin, C.C. de (1993). De Statenbijbel en zijn voorgangers. Nederlandse bijbelvertalingen vanaf de Reformatie, p. 156-161 / Poortman, W.C. (1995). Kaarten in Bijbels, p. 230-236. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 10447

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Biblia, das ist: Die ganze G?ttliche heilige: Bible. German. 1776.

Bible. German. 1776. Luther.

Verlag: Gecruckt und zu finden bey Christoph Saur, Germantown (1776)

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Beschreibung: Gecruckt und zu finden bey Christoph Saur, Germantown, 1776. Popularly known as the "Gun Wad" Bible, this is the third edition of the first American Bible in a European language and it precedes the first American Bible in English by six years. It is known as the "Gun Wad" Bible from Isaiah Thomas's recounting of the sale of Saur's estate in 1778, wherein he says that during the Battle of Germantown the purchaser of the unbound sheets of the 1776 Bible "sold a part of [them] to be used as covers for cartridges, proper paper for the purpose being at that time not to be obtained" in the dislocations of the Revolution ? well, maybe. What is not open to question is the fact that this is the first Bible printed from type cast in America. There are several variants of the edition: In this copy the main title-page is printed in black only and on the New Testament title-page the place of printing is given as "Germantown." Provenance: On a front blank, "Joseph Price junr his Bible"; on front pastedown, "Abraham Price was born the 22. Day of June 1770." 4to. 2 pts. in 1 vol. [2] ff., 992 pp,; 277, [1] pp., [1] f. Evans 14663; Hildeburn, The Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania, 1685?1784, 3336; Arndt & Eck, German Language Printing in the U.S., 475; O'Callaghan, p. 29; Rumball-Petre 162; Thomas, History of Printing in America, pp. 411?13. Contemporary calf, very plain in style with minimal tooling and no spine label ever; rebacked and old spine reattached. One leather and metal clasp remaining. Hinges (inside) strengthened and free endpapers reattached. The usual foxing, staining, and browning only; perhaps somewhat less than usual ? a clean, untattered copy. Now housed in a quarter brown leather folding slipcase. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 27227

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Beschreibung: Tadellos erhaltenes, sauberes Exemplar der ersten lateinischen Ausgabe mit den Holzschnitten von Jost Amman. Die Entwürfe dieser Holzschnitte gehen auf die "Biblischen Figuren" von Johann Bocksperger aus dem Jahr 1564 zurück. Jedoch hat Jost Amman in dieser Bibelausgabe auch eigene Illustrationen geliefert, die er teils auch selbst geschnitten hat. Die Bibel mit den Bildern von Bocksperger und Amman hat große Verbreitung gefunden. Die Auffassung der Propheten blieb bestehen, wie Luther sie geschaffen hatte. Die tiefe Verbundenheit des Künstlers mit dem Text offenbart sich besonders im Alten Testament auf Schritt und Tritt. Es ist ein echtes Suchen nach konkreter Vorstellung der heiligen Geschichte, die turmhoch über dem hohlen Pathos der späteren Bibelillustationen steht. - Becker, Amman S. 10. - Hollstein, I, S. 37. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 5645AB

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Verlag: Christopher Saur: Germantown, PA (1763)

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Beschreibung: Christopher Saur: Germantown, PA, 1763. 10.5 x 8, full calf over wooden boards with five raised bands, 992; 227 pp, binding somewhat rubbed, spine top chipping, piece of leather missing from top of front cover, clasps missing, some staining to prelims and first few pp, pp 109-248 of New Testament loosening, pp toned, usual wear to page edges. Printed by the son of the original Christopher Saur, who printed the first foreign language Bible in America (1743), this too is an important, early American printing. See Seidensticker (p61), Evans 9343, Sabin 5192. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 97-2150

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Beschreibung: Wittenberg, Christian Schrödtern 1681-1682, 1681. 3 volumes, (52) 1189 (2378 columns) (28) 601 (1202 columns) (1), (32) 524 (1048 columns) (28) 688 (1376 columns) (1), (48) 602 (1204 columns) (26) 751 (1502 columns) (96) (1) p. Blind-stamped Leather with 5 raised bands, each board equipped with 5 brass studs, Folio (Fine facsimile-edition of the famous Bach Bible in 3 volumes, all kept in a perfectly fitting wooden case decorated with gilt. The set contains a true and complete reprint of Bach's Bible, being a German Bible with extensive commentaries by Abraham Calov(ius) founded on the writings of Martin Luther. This is the first complete facsimile-edition of Bach's Bible published by the Dutch publisher Uitgeverij Van Wijnen after the original being preserved in Concordia Seminary Library, St. Louis. Each volume contains Bach's handwritten monogram on the titlepage and the set contains a total of 348 additions by Bach. Among which many underlined passages -both in red and black ink-, various corrections of typographical and grammatical errors, but most importantly his comments in the margins. A unique glimpse into Bach's personal beliefs and how he understood his vocation.). Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 10510

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Biblia, das ist: Die Heilige Schrift Altes: Bible. German. 1743.

Beschreibung: Gedruckt bey Christoph Saur, Germantown, 1743. 1743 saw the first complete Bible in a European language printed in the New World, in ? of all places ? Germantown, Pa., and in ? of all languages ? German. The colonial powers had granted monopolies for Bible printing to "home" publishers and their products were priced sufficiently low to discourage illegal printing by colonial printers, which left it to German-Americans ? a people here as independent settlers, not "colonists" ? to first print a Bible of their own. Christopher Saur (or Sower, as he Englished it) was something of a renaissance man, university educated and a physician, and he used his connections in Germany to obtain the gift of the fraktur type used in this Bible. It was printed in an edition of 1200 copies, and cost 18 shillings. Another complete American Bible did not follow until Saur's son, also Christopher, published a further edition in 1763. Arndt lists three states for this edition, of which this appears to be C, based on the absence of a two-leaf addendum giving a short history of Bible translation ? that a buyer could choose to have bound in or not. 4to (26.3 cm, 10.375"). [2] ff. (supplied in facsimile), 995, [1 (blank)], 277, [1] pp., [1] f. Evans 5127?28; Sabin 5191; Arndt, The First Century of German Language Printing in the United States of America, 47C; Hildeburn 804; Rumball-Petre, Rare Bibles, 159; Darlow & Moule 4240; O'Callaghan 22; Wright, Early Bibles of America, 24?44. Contemporary calf over bevelled boards; binding scratched and abraded with tears to spine leather, hinges (inside) open. First two leaves lacking (i.e., main title-page and preface) and title-page supplied in facsimile. A printed poem has been affixed to the front pastedown, over a strip of cloth. Ownership inscriptions in German (in gothic cursive) and English on endpapers. Pp. 1?2 with loss of part of margins, some text, and part of headpiece, repaired with paper. Lightly age-toned with darker brown-spotting, some waterstaining, occasional dog ears, and some holing or chipping in the margins ? some of the latter repaired with paper. The New Testament title-page is present. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 5689

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BIBLIA, DAS IST: DIE HEILIGE SCHRIFT ALTES: Bible in German]:

Beschreibung: Christoph Saur, Germantown, 1763. [4],992,277,[3]pp. printed in double columns. Thick quarto. Contemporary calf over wooden boards, clasps lacking. Boards scuffed, light foxing and dampstaining. Title page and first few leaves loose. Family names and dates inscribed on front and rear fly leaves. A few small tears at foredge; larger tear in p.274. Typical browning to pages and light edge wear. Overall quite nice in original condition. The second edition of the first European language Bible printed in America, after the first of 1743. The text is based on Martin Luther's version by way of the thirty- fourth edition of the Halle Bible, with Book Three of Edras, Book Four of Edras, and Book Three of Maccabees supplied from the Berlenburg Bible. The present edition, rumored to have been issued in 2000 copies, was printed by Christopher Saur II, son of Christoph Saur the elder, a native of Wittgenstein, Germany. The elder Saur emigrated to Germantown, Pennsylvania and practiced medicine before turning to printing. It was he who printed the 1743 first edition. A very nice copy of an important early American Bible. SEIDENSTICKER, p.61. ARNDT 269. O'CALLAGHAN, p.25. EVANS 9343. HILDEBURN 1877. NAIP w018552. SABIN 5192. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers WRCAM35899A

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