Aktuelle Inkunabel-Angebote

Hugues de Latude bietet in seinem Katalog 57 an:


Nr. 3 CARACCIOLUS, Robertus. Sermones de adventu.
[avec] Dominicus Bollani. Questio de conceptione Virginis
Mariae. Lyon, Nicolaus Philippi, Marcus Reinhart, (1479).
In-folio de (78) ff. Basane marbrée, dos à nerfs orné.
(Reliure du XVIIIe.) 5000 €

Provenienz: Windsheimer Chorherren zu Böddeken : “Liber canonicorum Regularum Monasterii Sancti Meynulfi in Bodeken paderbornen diocesi”

Nr. 5 BAYSIO, Guido de. Rosarium decretorum. Venise,
Reynaldus de Novimagio, 1480. Fort in-folio de (415) ff. (sans
le dernier blanc). Peau de truie estampée sur ais de bois,
armes aux centre, fermoirs d’attaches en laiton. (Reliure de
la fin du XVIe.) 15000 €

“Belle reliure estampée de beaux encadrements historiés,
armes de l’abbaye bénédictine de Saint-Michel de Metten au
centre du premier plat, Saint-Michel terrassant le Dragon
au second.”

Bei Bruce McKittrick kann man für 16.000 Dollar einen Stuttgarter Druck erwerben:


CYPRIANUS, Thascius Cæcilius. Saint, Bp. of Carthage. d. 258.
[Opera:] Libri et epistole.
[Stuttgart, Printer of the Erwählung Maximilians] c. 1486.

PETER VON NEUMAGEN SIGNED THE TITLE, AND THE ANNOTATIONS ARE LIKELY HIS. He (c. 1450-1515) was copyist, cleric and, by 1482 archiepiscopal secretary at Trier. From 1488 to 1515 he served as the Chaplain at St. Leonhard’s in Zürich and choirmaster and chapter notary at the Zürich Cathedral. His library contained canon law, theology and natural history.”

Die Geschichte des Zisterzienserordens betrifft ein anderes Angebot des gleichen Antiquariats.


“PRIVILEGIA Ordinis Cisterciensis.
[Incipit:] Quam tibi Cisterci placeat sanctissimus ordo.
Dijon, Petrus Metlinger 4 July 1491.

4to (218 x 153 mm.). [ii blank], [ii], [392], [4 blank]p. Gothic types. TWO FULL-PAGE WOODCUTS. On the title, the Virgin Mary shelters Cistercian nuns and monks. On the verso, with Cîteaux Abbey at the center, Paschal II grants papal legitimacy to the Cistercian Order as obeisant founders and members look on; three series of large “rather restless” woodcut initials (BMC VIII: 409).

Gilt-ruled dark brown morocco with light brown morocco inlaid Renaissance scrollwork (E. Vignal), inlaid spine compartments, gilt-lettered title and date, blind-ruled turn-ins.

 A bastion of civil and canon law against attacks on the Cistercians. As abbot of Cîteaux and head of the Cistercians, Jean de Cirey (1434-1503) commissioned the publication of these one hundred fifty secular and ecclesiastic privileges granted to the Order. He also summarized each document and added commentary on the most important.
 He brought Petrus Metlinger — the first to print in Besançon and in Dôle — to Dijon and installed him in Petits-Cîteaux, the Cistercian guest house, where he produced this beautiful quarto. THE BOOK WAS “TO BE KEPT SECRET AND NOT TO BE COMMUNICATED, GIVEN, OR SOLD UNLESS TO CISTERCIAN CONVENTS” (Claudin).
 Cirey’s secretary and THE BOOK’S EDITOR, HUMANIST CONRADUS LEONTORIUS (1460-1511), AUTHENTICATED EACH COPY BY SIGNING THE FINAL PRINTED LEAF AND ADDING HIS PARAPH. The present example subsequently belonged to the Cistercian nuns of Nôtre-Dame de Fontaine-Guérard in Normandy (title inscription).”

Price: $45,000.00

Digitalisat der Ausgabe: http://digital.ub.uni-duesseldorf.de/ink/content/pageview/10494672

Nachtrag: Wer 600.000 Dollar übrig hat, kann ein Catholicon kaufen bei


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Klaus Graf (2021, 23. Februar). Aktuelle Inkunabel-Angebote. Archivalia. Abgerufen am 24. Juni 2024, von https://doi.org/10.58079/cdcy

Autor: Klaus Graf

Historiker und Archivar, Blogger

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