MURRAY, Margaret Alice.
The Witch-Cult in Western Europe. A Study in Anthr ...Libraire:
Peter Harrington. ABA member, London, United Kingdom$ 629 Acheter sur: ZVAB
LA PIERRE ET LE SEIGLE : Histoire des habitants de ...Libraire: $ 45 Acheter sur: Maremagnum
Erasmus (von Rotterdam), Desiderius.
De recta latini graecique sermonis pronuntiatione ...Libraire:
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Illuminated. Prints 1480 - 1600
London, 2019. English text. 164 pages, 109 illustrations. With an essay by Truusje Goedings.
This catalogue focuses on black and white prints and their role as a support. It examines samples of works ranging from the very beginnings of the hand-colouring of early printed books before 1500 to the so-called transition copies that begin to modify prints towards the end of the 16th century.
This catalogue is preceded by a small number of publications addressing our topic of illuminated and hand-coloured manuscripts: Gremlin who, in 1993 was the first to fully address the topic, and Dackerman, whose ground-breaking book from 2002 offers an overview until 1600, as well as Truusje Goedings, whose book from 2015 surveys 250 years. Goedings has made a substantial contribution on the maker of the prayer books, published here for the first time, and her discovery adds much to the understanding in this field that is included in our catalogue.
Catalogue 94: Books, Manuscripts & Ephemera on Law and Related Fields
We are pleased to offer a preview of our latest quarterly catalogue. It includes:
- a verse epitome of a classic penitential manual (Item 1)
- a 1538 edition of the Institutes illustrated with 23 woodcuts (Item 59)
- a 1625 study of Roman laws concerning gambling (Item 81)
- a 15th-century guide to the sacraments with interesting material on marriage (Item 49)
- a 19th-century Arkansas justice’s docket book with unusually detailed entries (Item 65)
2019 commemorates the 500th anniversary of da Vinci, institutions worldwide have launched events and exhibitions.
Le SALON LIVRES RARES & OBJETS D’ART qui s’est tenu sous la nef du Grand Palais du 12 au 14 avril réunissait 181 libraires dont 55 étrangers venant de 14 pays différents, et 52 experts en objets d’art.