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Memo 1 Liber Chronicarum cum figuris et imaginibus ab Inicio Mundi.[Buy it!]

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SCHEDEL, Hartmann.  134513.81 Abebooks Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco  [publisher: (In fine, colophon:) Antonius Koberger Nuremberge impressit. duodecima mensis Julii. Anno salutis 1493 (Norimberga, Koberger,1493),] in-folio gr. (448x305 mm), ff. 326 (su 328, mancano 2 fogli bianchi in fine presenti il f. CCLXI bianco con la sola indicazione del numero di pagina in alto a destra, e il f. bianco n.n. corrispondente al 326); così disposti: ff. (20), CCLXVI, (5), CCLXVII-CCXCIX, (1). Sontuosa legatura del XVIII secolo in marocchino granata, ricca bordura ai piatti e dentelle interna, il tutto impresso in oro; al piatto anteriore armi reali di Francia sormontate da corona e circondate da rami d'alloro, al dorso gigli di Francia e ricchi fregi, (conservata entro elegante astuccio e scatola). Testo su due colonne in car. gotico, iniziali a pennello in inchiostro rosso e blu nella "Tabula operis", grande iniziale filigranata al foglio I. Prima edizione (una seconda, con il testo tedesco, uscì nell'Ottobre dello stesso anno) della celebre Cronaca di Norimberga, il più grande figurato del Quattrocento: la sua straordinaria illustrazione si compone di ben 1809 silografie di vari formati (molte a piena pagina ed alcune su doppio foglio, alcune ripetute) opera di Michael Wohlgemuth, il noto maestro di Dürer e di Wil. Pleydenwurff. Studi recenti confermano che il giovane Albrecht Dürer lavorò ad alcune delle illustrazioni dell'opera. Soggetti sono tratti dal Vecchio e Nuovo Testamento, dalla storia ...  
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Schedel, Hartmann  119070.00 Abebooks Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.  [publisher: Nuremberg. Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister] First Edition The Nuremberg Chronicle. Folio. Size of binding: 12 in. x 17 ¼ in. (30.48 cm x 43.8 cm); Size of pages: 11 7/8 in. x 16 9/16 in. (30.16 cm. x. 42.06 cm.) [20 ff.] 300 ff. (last one unnumbered); 6 ff. numbered by hand in pencil. The six folios following the 300 are unnumbered, and consist of one blank folio and five folios with the printed Supplement. This is a tall copy with wide margins on all edges. First Latin edition with two contradictory colophons, the second of which gives the date of July 12, 1493 as the date of completion. This copy begins with an index (table) of 19 leaves, preceded by an impressively lettered title page printed by xylography. The book contains 1809 picture-prints (645 individual woodcuts and 1164 repetitions). There are 26 double-page engravings of views of cities; some of these were apparently based upon sketches made on the spot. Sixty-nine other views of cities are based upon 22 woodcuts. Prints of individuals number 598, based on 96 different woodcuts. (This copy includes, unmarked, the famous portrait of "Pope Joan," which was removed from or defaced in many copies. It appears on the verso of leaf CLXIX [169]). There is no indication on individual prints identifying the artists, but Michael Wolgemut, the well-known teacher of Albrecht Durer, and his stepson, Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, are mentioned in the second colophon (folio ...  
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SCHEDEL Hartmann  110250.00 ABAA Heritage Book Shop, LLC  First Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle [SCHEDEL, Hartmann. Liber chronicarum. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister, 12 July 1493]. First edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle, preceding the German language edition (23 December 1493) by just over five months. Large folio (16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches; 415 x 290 mm.). 324 leaves [1], [19, table], CCLXVI, [5], CCLXVII-CCXCIX, [1, colophon] leaves. This copy contains the three numbered leaves CCLVIIII, CCLX, and CCLXI, blank except for headlines, and the five additional unnumbered leaves containing the description of Poland, De Sarmacia regione, and the laudatory verse on Maximilian, bound between leaves CCLXVI and CCLXVII. Lacking the blank leaf following the De Sarmacia regione and the two final blank leaves. Gothic type, sixty-four lines plus headline. Table and parts of the text in double columns. Woodcut title and 1,809 woodcut illustrations, of which 1,164 are repeats, from 645 blocks (Sydney Cockerellís count in Some German Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century (Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1897), pp. 35-36) by Michael Wolgemut, Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, and their workshop, including (supposedly) the young Albrecht D¸rer, including double-page maps of the world and of Europe. The portrait of Pope Joan (ìJohannes Septimus,î verso of leaf CLXIX), usually missing, is present and unmutilated. With numerous rubricated initials. One large (fourteen-line) initial supplied in blue and ...  
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Schedel, Hartmann  110250.00 Alibris Heritage Book Shop, LLC via Alibris  Nuremberg|Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister... First Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle [SCHEDEL, Hartmann. Liber chronicarum. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister, 12 July 1493]. First edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle, preceding the German language edition (23 December 1493) by just over five months. Large folio (16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches; 415 x 290 mm.). 324 leaves [1], [19, table], CCLXVI, [5], CCLXVII-CCXCIX, [1, colophon] leaves. This copy contains the three numbered leaves CCLVIIII, CCLX, and CCLXI, blank except for headlines, and the five additional unnumbered leaves containing the description of Poland, De Sarmacia regione, and the laudatory verse on Maximilian, bound between leaves CCLXVI and CCLXVII. Lacking the blank leaf following the De Sarmacia regione and the two final blank leaves. Gothic type, sixty-four lines plus headline. Table and parts of the text in double columns. Woodcut title and 1, 809 woodcut illustrations, of which 1, 164 are repeats, from 645 blocks (Sydney Cockerell"s count in Some German Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century (Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1897), pp. 35-36) by Michael Wolgemut, Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, and their workshop, including (supposedly) the young Albrecht Drer, including double-page maps of the world and of Europe. The portrait of Pope Joan (Johannes Septimus, verso of leaf CLXIX), usually missing, is present and unmutilated. With numerous rubricated ...  
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SCHEDEL, Hartmann  110250.00 Abebooks Heritage Book Shop, ABAA  [publisher: Nuremberg Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister] First Edition First Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle [SCHEDEL, Hartmann. Liber chronicarum. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister, 12 July 1493]. First edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle, preceding the German language edition (23 December 1493) by just over five months. Large folio (16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches; 415 x 290 mm.). 324 leaves [1], [19, table], CCLXVI, [5], CCLXVII-CCXCIX, [1, colophon] leaves. This copy contains the three numbered leaves CCLVIIII, CCLX, and CCLXI, blank except for headlines, and the five additional unnumbered leaves containing the description of Poland, De Sarmacia regione, and the laudatory verse on Maximilian, bound between leaves CCLXVI and CCLXVII. Lacking the blank leaf following the De Sarmacia regione and the two final blank leaves. Gothic type, sixty-four lines plus headline. Table and parts of the text in double columns. Woodcut title and 1,809 woodcut illustrations, of which 1,164 are repeats, from 645 blocks (Sydney Cockerell’s count in Some German Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century (Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1897), pp. 35-36) by Michael Wolgemut, Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, and their workshop, including (supposedly) the young Albrecht Dürer, including double-page maps of the world and of Europe. The portrait of Pope Joan ("Johannes Septimus," verso of leaf CLXIX), usually missing, is present and ...  
Memo 6 LIBER CHRONICARUM. THE NUREMBERG CHRONICLE [Buy it!]

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SCHEDEL HARTMANN  77968.80 ABAA Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts  Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister, 12 July 1493. FIRST EDITION. This is a very handsome copy, with royal provenance, of the most extensively illustrated book of the 15th century, issued by the most successful German printer of the era. A history of the world from the biblical creation to the late 15th century, the "Chronicle" was written in Latin by physician, humanist scholar, and book collector Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514), who drew heavily on works of ancient and Medieval history from his extensive personal collection. (Schedel's library in 1498 contained 370 manuscripts and 670 printed books.) His chronicle was by far the most richly illustrated and technically demanding work to be printed in the 15th century. Its planning took five years and the printing took 20 months. The "Chronicle" is also one of the best-documented incunables, as the contracts between the printer, his financial backers, and the artists have survived in the Nuremberg city archive. Merchants Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister funded the project, advancing 1,000 gulden for the production and distribution of the book; artists Wolgemut and Pleydenwurff agreed to do the woodcuts and layout; and Koberger contracted to print and distribute it. Koberger (ca. 1440-1513) established the first printing shop in Nuremberg in 1470, and steadily grew and expanded the business, eventually operating 24 presses and employing 100 workers. ...  
Memo 7 LIBER CHRONICARUM. THE NUREMBERG CHRONICLE [Buy it!]

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SCHEDEL HARTMANN  77968.80 Biblio Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts  Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister, 12 July 1493. FIRST EDITION. This is a very handsome copy, with royal provenance, of the most extensively illustrated book of the 15th century, issued by the most successful German printer of the era. A history of the world from the biblical creation to the late 15th century, the "Chronicle" was written in Latin by physician, humanist scholar, and book collector Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514), who drew heavily on works of ancient and Medieval history from his extensive personal collection. (Schedel's library in 1498 contained 370 manuscripts and 670 printed books.) His chronicle was by far the most richly illustrated and technically demanding work to be printed in the 15th century. Its planning took five years and the printing took 20 months. The "Chronicle" is also one of the best-documented incunables, as the contracts between the printer, his financial backers, and the artists have survived in the Nuremberg city archive. Merchants Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister funded the project, advancing 1,000 gulden for the production and distribution of the book; artists Wolgemut and Pleydenwurff agreed to do the woodcuts and layout; and Koberger contracted to print and distribute it. Koberger (ca. 1440-1513) established the first printing shop in Nuremberg in 1470, and steadily grew and expanded the business, eventually operating 24 presses and employing 100 workers. ...  
Memo 8 LIBER CHRONICARUM. [THE NUREMBERG CHRONICLE][Buy it!]

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SCHEDEL, HARTMANN  77968.80 Abebooks Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA)  [publisher: Anton Koberger, for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister 12 July 1493, Nuremberg] First Edition 450 x 310 mm. (17 5/8 x 12 1/8"). 20 p.l., 299, [6] leaves (without the final blank). Single column, 64 lines and headline in a clean gothic type. FIRST EDITION. IMPRESSIVE 18TH CENTURY BRICK RED MOROCCO, GILT, COVER WITH SUPRA-LIBROS OF PHILIPPE II, DUC D'ORLÉANS, raised bands, spine densely gilt in compartments with central oval containing interlocked initials "PP" surmounted by a coronet, gilt titling, gilt-rolled turn-ins, all edges gilt With 1,809 woodcut illustrations from 645 blocks (Sydney Cockerell's count) by Michael Wolgemut, Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, and their workshop, including the young Albrecht Dürer; the illustrations include 29 double-page town views, eight full-page cuts, and double-page maps of the World [Shirley 19] and of Europe by Hieronymus Münzer after Nicolas Khrypffs. Front pastedown with bookplate and library label of William G. Mather and monogram bookplate of George John Warren, 5th Baron Vernon. Goff S-307; BMC II, 437. Joints and extremities a bit rubbed (leather missing from a few places where the bands meet the covers), front hinge cracked (but a cosmetic, not a structural problem, with the board firmly attached), minor staining and chafing to covers, but the stately royal binding entirely solid and very beautiful despite its flaws. Title page cut round and mounted (without loss), the ...  
Memo 9 Liber Chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicles. [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann  66150.00 ABAA Raptis Rare Books  Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1493. First and only Latin edition of the most fully realized illustrated book of the fifteenth century and one of the most impressive volumes ever published. Tall folio, bound in full blind-tooled calf, metal clasps, raised bands, copiously illustrated with more than 1,800 woodcuts throughout with the xylographic title and double-page map of Europe present and hundreds of splendid illustrations depicting the beginning of the world as told in the biblical narrative up until the establishment of the major cities and towns of the fifteenth century. Text complete with 20 unnumbered preliminary leaves with leaves 1-299 each numbered and present, 6 unnumbered leaves at rear. Minor wear and contemporary marginal notes and a few small repairs. A near fine example of this monumental achievement in the history of printing which has survived over five centuries. Hartmann Schedel was a medical doctor, humanist and book collector. He earned a doctorate in medicine in Padua in 1466, then settled in Nuremberg to practice medicine and collect books. According to an inventory done in 1498, Schedel's personal library contained 370 manuscripts and 670 printed books. He compiled this elaborate history of the world from "the first day of creation" to his own time in an effort to correct what he felt was a slight to German history by other chroniclers. He divided his work into the usual six ages of the history of mankind, adding a seventh in which he ...  
Memo 10 Liber Chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicles. [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann  66150.00 Biblio Raptis Rare Books  Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1493. First and only Latin edition of the most fully realized illustrated book of the fifteenth century and one of the most impressive volumes ever published. Tall folio, bound in full blind-tooled calf, metal clasps, raised bands, copiously illustrated with more than 1,800 woodcuts throughout with the xylographic title and double-page map of Europe present and hundreds of splendid illustrations depicting the beginning of the world as told in the biblical narrative up until the establishment of the major cities and towns of the fifteenth century. Text complete with 20 unnumbered preliminary leaves with leaves 1-299 each numbered and present, 6 unnumbered leaves at rear. Minor wear and contemporary marginal notes and a few small repairs. A near fine example of this monumental achievement in the history of printing which has survived over five centuries. Hartmann Schedel was a medical doctor, humanist and book collector. He earned a doctorate in medicine in Padua in 1466, then settled in Nuremberg to practice medicine and collect books. According to an inventory done in 1498, Schedel's personal library contained 370 manuscripts and 670 printed books. He compiled this elaborate history of the world from "the first day of creation" to his own time in an effort to correct what he felt was a slight to German history by other chroniclers. He divided his work into the usual six ages of the history of mankind, adding a seventh in which he ...  
Memo 11 Liber Chronicarum (Nuremberg Chronicles).[Buy it!]

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Schedel, Hartmann  66150.00 Alibris Raptis Rare Books, ABAA, ILAB via Alibris  Nuremberg Anton Koberger First and only Latin edition of the most fully realized illustrated book of the fifteenth century and one of the most impressive volumes ever published. Tall folio, bound in full blind-tooled calf, metal clasps, raised bands, copiously illustrated with more than 1, 800 woodcuts throughout with the xylographic title and double-page map of Europe present and hundreds of splendid illustrations depicting the beginning of the world as told in the biblical narrative up until the establishment of the major cities and towns of the fifteenth century. Text complete with 20 unnumbered preliminary leaves with leaves 1-299 each numbered and present, 6 unnumbered leaves at rear. Minor wear and contemporary marginal notes and a few small repairs. A near fine example of this monumental achievement in the history of printing which has survived over five centuries. Hartmann Schedel was a medical doctor, humanist and book collector. He earned a doctorate in medicine in Padua in 1466, then settled in Nuremberg to practice medicine and collect books. According to an inventory done in 1498, Schedel"s personal library contained 370 manuscripts and 670 printed books. He compiled this elaborate history of the world from "the first day of creation" to his own time in an effort to correct what he felt was a slight to German history by other chroniclers. He divided his work into the usual six ages of the history of mankind, adding a seventh in which he foretold ...  
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Schedel, Hartmann  66150.00 Abebooks Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB  [publisher: Anton Koberger, Nuremberg] First Edition First and only Latin edition of the most fully realized illustrated book of the fifteenth century and one of the most impressive volumes ever published. Tall folio, bound in full blind-tooled calf, metal clasps, raised bands, copiously illustrated with more than 1,800 woodcuts throughout with the xylographic title and double-page map of Europe present and hundreds of splendid illustrations depicting the beginning of the world as told in the biblical narrative up until the establishment of the major cities and towns of the fifteenth century. Text complete with 20 unnumbered preliminary leaves with leaves 1-299 each numbered and present, 6 unnumbered leaves at rear. Minor wear and contemporary marginal notes and a few small repairs. A near fine example of this monumental achievement in the history of printing which has survived over five centuries. Hartmann Schedel was a medical doctor, humanist and book collector. He earned a doctorate in medicine in Padua in 1466, then settled in Nuremberg to practice medicine and collect books. According to an inventory done in 1498, Schedel's personal library contained 370 manuscripts and 670 printed books. He compiled this elaborate history of the world from "the first day of creation" to his own time in an effort to correct what he felt was a slight to German history by other chroniclers. He divided his work into the usual six ages of the history of mankind, adding ...  
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SCHEDEL Hartmann  48510.00 ABAA Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.  More than 1800 woodcuts in the text including a Ptolemaic world map, & one folding woodcut map of northern & central Europe. CCCXXXVIII leaves, 25 unnumbered leaves (without the two blanks). Small folio (300 x 204 mm.), fine smooth 18th-cent. vellum over boards (title with a few very light stains & a very faint old stamp, first & final two leaves with tiny marginal wormholes). Augsburg: J. Schoensperger, 1 Feb. 1497. A very lovely copy, complete with a fine example of the often-missing folding map of northern and central Europe, of the first edition of the "Small Schedel," a reduced version of the large folio of 1493, entirely reset and with the famous illustrations re-cut. Originally published by Anton Koberger in Nuremberg in 1493, the Chronicle is a biblical account of the Creation of the World, ending with the Last Judgement. The many city views, some imaginary, include those of Augsburg, Nuremberg, Cologne, Mainz, Wurzburg, Munich, Strasbourg, Ulm, Prague, Vienna, Milan, Genoa, Rome, Pisa, Florence, Venice, Paris, Lyon, Bratislava, Cracow, Athens, Constantinople, Cairo, Damascus, and Jerusalem. Also included is a reduced Ptolemaic world map. The hundreds of portraits illustrate biblical figures, kings and queens, popes, philosophers, poets, and other figures of historical interest. Interspersed are passages on disastrous events and portents, monsters and other curiosities. Originally the work of the famous woodcutters Michael ...  
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SCHEDEL Hartmann  48510.00 Biblio Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.  More than 1800 woodcuts in the text including a Ptolemaic world map, & one folding woodcut map of northern & central Europe. CCCXXXVIII leaves, 25 unnumbered leaves (without the two blanks). Small folio (300 x 204 mm.), fine smooth 18th-cent. vellum over boards (title with a few very light stains & a very faint old stamp, first & final two leaves with tiny marginal wormholes). Augsburg: J. Schoensperger, 1 Feb. 1497. A very lovely copy, complete with a fine example of the often-missing folding map of northern and central Europe, of the first edition of the "Small Schedel," a reduced version of the large folio of 1493, entirely reset and with the famous illustrations re-cut. Originally published by Anton Koberger in Nuremberg in 1493, the Chronicle is a biblical account of the Creation of the World, ending with the Last Judgement. The many city views, some imaginary, include those of Augsburg, Nuremberg, Cologne, Mainz, Wurzburg, Munich, Strasbourg, Ulm, Prague, Vienna, Milan, Genoa, Rome, Pisa, Florence, Venice, Paris, Lyon, Bratislava, Cracow, Athens, Constantinople, Cairo, Damascus, and Jerusalem. Also included is a reduced Ptolemaic world map. The hundreds of portraits illustrate biblical figures, kings and queens, popes, philosophers, poets, and other figures of historical interest. Interspersed are passages on disastrous events and portents, monsters and other curiosities. Originally the work of the famous woodcutters Michael ...  
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SCHEDEL, Hartmann  48510.00 Abebooks Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc.  First Edition More than 1800 woodcuts in the text including a Ptolemaic world map, & one folding woodcut map of northern & central Europe. CCCXXXVIII leaves, 25 unnumbered leaves (without the two blanks). Small folio (300 x 204 mm.), fine smooth 18th-cent. vellum over boards (title with a few very light stains & a very faint old stamp, first & final two leaves with tiny marginal wormholes). Augsburg: J. Schoensperger, 1 Feb. 1497. A very lovely copy, complete with a fine example of the often-missing folding map of northern and central Europe, of the first edition of the "Small Schedel," a reduced version of the large folio of 1493, entirely reset and with the famous illustrations re-cut. Originally published by Anton Koberger in Nuremberg in 1493, the Chronicle is a biblical account of the Creation of the World, ending with the Last Judgement. The many city views, some imaginary, include those of Augsburg, Nuremberg, Cologne, Mainz, Wurzburg, Munich, Strasbourg, Ulm, Prague, Vienna, Milan, Genoa, Rome, Pisa, Florence, Venice, Paris, Lyon, Bratislava, Cracow, Athens, Constantinople, Cairo, Damascus, and Jerusalem. Also included is a reduced Ptolemaic world map. The hundreds of portraits illustrate biblical figures, kings and queens, popes, philosophers, poets, and other figures of historical interest. Interspersed are passages on disastrous events and portents, monsters and other curiosities. Originally the work of the famous woodcutters Michael ...  
Memo 16 Liber Chronicarum. Historia del mundo desde la creacion hasta 1492. Facsimil de Nuremberg 1493 impreso por Antonius Koberger. 2 Volúmenes. Facsímil[Buy it!]

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Hartmann Schedel  4656.25 Abebooks LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA EPOPEYA  [publisher: Editorial Siloé, Burgos] piel con cierres muy bien conservado más de 1800 xilografías coloreadas, dibujadas por el maestro de Durero, Michael Wolgemuth. volumen de estudio con la primera traducción del Liber Chronicarum al castellano por Jaume Casamitjana Costa, edición limitada a 898 ejemplares numerados, Premio Ministerio de Cultura 2003, estudio histórico y bibliográfico por Juan Jose Vallejo Penedo. 658 págs. [Zaragoza, Spain]  
Memo 17 God, Adam & Eve in the Liber chronicarum- Nuremberg Chronicle, an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Eve's creation, Plate No. VI[Buy it!]

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Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)  1212.75 Abebooks Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA  [publisher: Anton Koberger, Germany] First Edition This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text.This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative.The folio side is all text with the following headings: The Distinction Between Celestial and Elementary Orbits; The Distinction of the Celestial Hierarchies; Of Time or Of the Ages. The verso depicts the First Age of the World with a large image of the Creator kneeling near Eve who is emerging from Adam's right side. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w, slt ruffled at lower edge, not affecting text, slt dusty. [Garrison, NY, U.S.A.]  
Memo 18 Konstantinopel . Originalblatt m. Holzschnitt aus: Liber chronicarum oder Schedelsche Weltchronik.[Buy it!]

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Schedel, Hartmann  1108.74 Abebooks antiquariat peter petrej  42 x 54 cm, unter Passepartout gerahmt., 55 x 68 cm, Min gebräunt, tadell. Doppelblatt CXXX aus der lateinischen Ausgabe der Schedelschen Weltchronik die 1493 in Nürnberg bei Anton Koburger erschien. Die Nürnberger Chronik ist eine illustrierte Darstellung der Weltgeschichte. Sie ist das Hauptwerk des deutschen Historikers Hartmann Schedel und erschien erstmals 1493 in Nürnberg in einer lateinischen und einer deutschen Fassung. Sie ist die bedeutendste illustrierte Inkunabel. Mit über 1800 Holzschnitte ist die Schedel Chronik ein bedeutendes Zeugnis deutscher Buchdruckkunst des Spätmittelalters. Die Holzschnitte stammen von Michael Wolgemut und Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. 2200 gr. Schlagworte: Alte DruckeGrafik - vor 1800 [Zürich, Switzerland]  
Memo 19 God Adam & Eve in the Liber chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicle an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Eve's creation Plate No. VI [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann; Wolgemuth Michel and Pleydenwurff Wilhelm ills  1102.50 ABAA Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints  Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative. The folio side is all text with the following headings: The Distinction Between Celestial and Elementary Orbits; The Distinction of the Celestial Hierarchies; Of Time or Of the Ages. The verso depicts the First Age of the World with a large image of the Creator kneeling near Eve who is emerging from Adam's right side. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w, slt ruffled at lower edge, not affecting text, slt dusty. 1494. Anton Koberger US  
Memo 20 God Adam & Eve in the Liber chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicle an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Eve's creation Plate No. VI [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann; Wolgemuth Michel and Pleydenwurff Wilhelm ills  1102.50 Biblio Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints  Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative. The folio side is all text with the following headings: The Distinction Between Celestial and Elementary Orbits; The Distinction of the Celestial Hierarchies; Of Time or Of the Ages. The verso depicts the First Age of the World with a large image of the Creator kneeling near Eve who is emerging from Adam's right side. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w, slt ruffled at lower edge, not affecting text, slt dusty. 1494. Anton Koberger US  
Memo 21 Four full page woodcut leaves from the Liber chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicle [Buy it!]

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HARTMAN SCHEDEL 1440 1514 ANTON KOBERGER c. 1440 1513  1058.40 ABAA Sanctuary Books  Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1493. Paperback. Very Good+. Four illustrated leaves, uncolored (one mounted). 1) One leaf from chapter “Tercia etas mundi” (fol. XXVII) depicting in woodcuts the lineage of Christ (Linea Christi) and the Kings of Egypt (Reges Egipti) and vignette of Joseph interpreting dreams before the Pharaoh. On verso, kings and lineage continued and a vignette of an imaginary view of Athens or Minerva. The earliest obtainable view of this period. Three leaves from chapter “Sexta etas mundi” 2) (fol. CV) depicting authors, Seneca, Lucanus, Persius, and the martyrdom of Apostle Philip. On verso, bust portraits of the Popes Linus, Anacletus, and Appollinaris and the martyrdom of Apostle Bartholomew. 3) (fol. CXL) bust portrait of Euthices hereticus and right portion of view of Strassburg. On verso, bust portraits of Popes Simplicius, Felix, Helasius, Anastasius and bishops, Mamercus and Remigius. 4) Mounted (fol. CCLIII). Verso only visible, circumcision of Simon the Sellig child of Trent. One of the most anti-semitic illustrations of the entire book, Simon of Trent was at the center of a suspicious kidnapping case where the Jewish community of Trent was subsequently severely punished. The woodblock engravers of the famous ‘Liber chronicarum’ were Michael Wolgemut, the famed teacher of Albrecht Dürer, and his stepson Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. Recent scholarship has shown that Albrecht Dürer may also have collaborated on this ...  
Memo 22 Four full page woodcut leaves from the Liber chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicle [Buy it!]

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HARTMAN SCHEDEL 1440 1514 ANTON KOBERGER c. 1440 1513  1058.40 Biblio Sanctuary Books  Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1493. Paperback. Very Good+. Four illustrated leaves, uncolored (one mounted). 1) One leaf from chapter “Tercia etas mundi” (fol. XXVII) depicting in woodcuts the lineage of Christ (Linea Christi) and the Kings of Egypt (Reges Egipti) and vignette of Joseph interpreting dreams before the Pharaoh. On verso, kings and lineage continued and a vignette of an imaginary view of Athens or Minerva. The earliest obtainable view of this period. Three leaves from chapter “Sexta etas mundi” 2) (fol. CV) depicting authors, Seneca, Lucanus, Persius, and the martyrdom of Apostle Philip. On verso, bust portraits of the Popes Linus, Anacletus, and Appollinaris and the martyrdom of Apostle Bartholomew. 3) (fol. CXL) bust portrait of Euthices hereticus and right portion of view of Strassburg. On verso, bust portraits of Popes Simplicius, Felix, Helasius, Anastasius and bishops, Mamercus and Remigius. 4) Mounted (fol. CCLIII). Verso only visible, circumcision of Simon the Sellig child of Trent. One of the most anti-semitic illustrations of the entire book, Simon of Trent was at the center of a suspicious kidnapping case where the Jewish community of Trent was subsequently severely punished. The woodblock engravers of the famous ‘Liber chronicarum’ were Michael Wolgemut, the famed teacher of Albrecht Dürer, and his stepson Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. Recent scholarship has shown that Albrecht Dürer may also have collaborated on this ...  
Memo 23 Four Full-Page Woodcut Leaves From the Liber Chronicarum (Nuremberg Chronicle)[Buy it!]

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Hartman Schedel (1440-1514)--Anton Koberger (C. 1440-1513)  1058.40 Alibris Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. via Alibris  Nuremberg Anton Koberger 1493 Paperback Very Good+ Four illustrated leaves, uncolored (one mounted). 1) One leaf from chapter Tercia etas mundi (fol. XXVII) depicting in woodcuts the lineage of Christ (Linea Christi) and the Kings of Egypt (Reges Egipti) and vignette of Joseph interpreting dreams before the Pharaoh. On verso, kings and lineage continued and a vignette of an imaginary view of Athens or Minerva. The earliest obtainable view of this period. Three leaves from chapter Sexta etas mundi 2) (fol. CV) depicting authors, Seneca, Lucanus, Persius, and the martyrdom of Apostle Philip. On verso, bust portraits of the Popes Linus, Anacletus, and Appollinaris and the martyrdom of Apostle Bartholomew. 3) (fol. CXL) bust portrait of Euthices hereticus and right portion of view of Strassburg. On verso, bust portraits of Popes Simplicius, Felix, Helasius, Anastasius and bishops, Mamercus and Remigius. 4) Mounted (fol. CCLIII). Verso only visible, circumcision of Simon the Sellig child of Trent. One of the most anti-semitic illustrations of the entire book, Simon of Trent was at the center of a suspicious kidnapping case where the Jewish community of Trent was subsequently severely punished. The woodblock engravers of the famous Liber chronicarum" were Michael Wolgemut, the famed teacher of Albrecht Drer, and his stepson Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. Recent scholarship has shown that Albrecht Drer may also have collaborated on this work given his associations, and since ...  
Memo 24 Four full-page woodcut leaves from the Liber chronicarum (Nuremberg Chronicle)[Buy it!]

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HARTMAN SCHEDEL (1440-1514) -- ANTON KOBERGER (c. 1440-1513)  1058.40 Abebooks Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A.  [publisher: Anton Koberger, Nuremberg] Four illustrated leaves, uncolored (one mounted). 1) One leaf from chapter "Tercia etas mundi" (fol. XXVII) depicting in woodcuts the lineage of Christ (Linea Christi) and the Kings of Egypt (Reges Egipti) and vignette of Joseph interpreting dreams before the Pharaoh. On verso, kings and lineage continued and a vignette of an imaginary view of Athens or Minerva. The earliest obtainable view of this period. Three leaves from chapter "Sexta etas mundi" 2) (fol. CV) depicting authors, Seneca, Lucanus, Persius, and the martyrdom of Apostle Philip. On verso, bust portraits of the Popes Linus, Anacletus, and Appollinaris and the martyrdom of Apostle Bartholomew. 3) (fol. CXL) bust portrait of Euthices hereticus and right portion of view of Strassburg. On verso, bust portraits of Popes Simplicius, Felix, Helasius, Anastasius and bishops, Mamercus and Remigius. 4) Mounted (fol. CCLIII). Verso only visible, circumcision of Simon the Sellig child of Trent. One of the most anti-semitic illustrations of the entire book, Simon of Trent was at the center of a suspicious kidnapping case where the Jewish community of Trent was subsequently severely punished. The woodblock engravers of the famous ‘Liber chronicarum’ were Michael Wolgemut, the famed teacher of Albrecht Dürer, and his stepson Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. Recent scholarship has shown that Albrecht Dürer may also have collaborated on this work given his ...  
Memo 25 Konstantinopel . Originalblatt m. Holzschnitt aus: Liber chronicarum oder Schedelsche Weltchronik.[Buy it!]

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Schedel, Hartmann  973.45 ZVAB antiquariat peter petrej  42 x 54 cm, unter Passepartout gerahmt., 55 x 68 cm, Min gebräunt, tadell. Doppelblatt CXXX aus der lateinischen Ausgabe der Schedelschen Weltchronik die 1493 in Nürnberg bei Anton Koburger erschien. Die Nürnberger Chronik ist eine illustrierte Darstellung der Weltgeschichte. Sie ist das Hauptwerk des deutschen Historikers Hartmann Schedel und erschien erstmals 1493 in Nürnberg in einer lateinischen und einer deutschen Fassung. Sie ist die bedeutendste illustrierte Inkunabel. Mit über 1800 Holzschnitte ist die Schedel Chronik ein bedeutendes Zeugnis deutscher Buchdruckkunst des Spätmittelalters. Die Holzschnitte stammen von Michael Wolgemut und Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. 2200 gr. Schlagworte: Alte DruckeGrafik - vor 1800 [Zürich, Switzerland]  
Memo 26 Schedel Weltchronik Ulm kolorierter Holzschnitt, Stadtansicht Vlma Liber chronicarum.[Buy it!]

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H. Schedel  957.12 AbebooksDE Antiquariat Vlma  [publisher: Anton Koberger, Nürnberg] First Edition VLMA Kolorierte Ansicht von Ulm aus Schedels Weltchronik 1493. Dies ist die erste authentische Ansicht Ulms von der Erstauflage aus der Weltchronik von Hartmann Schedel 1493: Das buch der Croniken (Liber chronicarum.). Holzschnitt, altkoloriert in kräftigen Farben. Künstler: Michael Wolgemut and Hanns Pleydenwurff Drucker: Anton Koberger in Nürnberg. Albrecht Dürer hat in dieser Zeit in der Werkstatt gelernt und wohl an der einzigartigen Chronik mitgearbeitet. Das Blatt ist 50cm x 20cm groß. Mit Rahmen 75cm x 45cm. Zu sehen ist Ulm im Panorama von Süden aus gesehen. Im Vordergrund die Donau ( vom heutigen Neu-Ulm aus) mit Flössen, denn ab hier wurde die Donau schiffbar, und die begehbare 1480 erbaute Stadtmauer. Im Stadtmauerzug von links zu sehen: Turmpaar beiderseits des dreibogigen Auslassbauwerks des von der Blau gespeisten Kobelgrabens. Der linke Turm steht außerhalb des Stadtgrabens. Die Stauschleuse (Auslassbogen) verbinden ihn mit dem Fischerturm ( heute Wilhelmshöhe). Die rechts folgenden zwei spätgotischen Türme mit reicher Bauzier, zunächst der Einlassturm und der Dicke Turm, in Backstein 1480 erbaut.Sie hatten grünglasierte Ziegeldächer. Der Einlassturm ist proportional zu groß und zu hoch über die Stadtmauer emporragend dargestellt.Er ragte eig. nur mit dem Dach knapp über die Stadtmauer, vgl. hierzu auch Merian" ...  
Memo 27 Liber Chronicarum. The Nuremberg Chronicle. 2 Facing Leaves Leaves XC & XCI [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann  877.59 Biblio Thomas J. Joyce And Company  Nuremberg, Germany: Anton Koberger, 1493. First edition. Very Good. Woodcuts by the Workshop of Michael Woldgemut & Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. Folio, conjoined leaves measuring approximately 455mm by 320mm, very minor breaks at fold, minor soiling, matted but not glazed or framed. LIBER CHRONICARUM is the most famous travel book of the 15th century, and the most exhaustively illustrated book of the incunable era. The complete work contains 1809 woodcuts, of which only 29 are double-page town views:: these conjoined leaves is one of those 29 town views, specifically "Colonia", i.e. Cologne, Germany. The verso of leaf XCI is a half-page view of "Augusta", i.e. Augsburg, Germany, with descriptive text. Also smaller portraits of historical personages including Cleopatra, Alexander the Great, Herodias, L. Pomponius, Leoneus, and M. Agrippa. et alios (Notes: this is from the Latin edition. The German-language edition, DAS BUCH DER CHRONIKEN, has different woodblock portraits for Pomponius, Leoneus, and Agrippa. Also, the view of Augsburg is only the left half of the scene, which is one of the double-page views). [Goff S-307; Hain - Cop 14508x; Klebs 889.1; Oates 1026; Procter 2084; BMC II, 437 ]. Woodcuts by the Workshop of Michael Woldgemut & Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. 1493. Anton Koberger US  
Memo 28 Liber Chronicarum. ( The Nuremberg Chronicle). 2 Facing Leaves Leaves XC & XCI[Buy it!]

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Schedel, Hartmann  877.59 Abebooks Thomas J. Joyce And Company  [publisher: Anton Koberger, Nuremberg, Germany] First Edition Folio, conjoined leaves measuring approximately 455mm by 320mm, very minor breaks at fold, minor soiling, matted but not glazed or framed. LIBER CHRONICARUM is the most famous travel book of the 15th century, and the most exhaustively illustrated book of the incunable era. The complete work contains 1809 woodcuts, of which only 29 are double-page town views:: these conjoined leaves is one of those 29 town views, specifically "Colonia", i.e. Cologne, Germany. The verso of leaf XCI is a half-page view of "Augusta", i.e. Augsburg, Germany, with descriptive text. Also smaller portraits of historical personages including Cleopatra, Alexander the Great, Herodias, L. Pomponius, Leoneus, and M. Agrippa. et alios (Notes: this is from the Latin edition. The German-language edition, DAS BUCH DER CHRONIKEN, has different woodblock portraits for Pomponius, Leoneus, and Agrippa. Also, the view of Augsburg is only the left half of the scene, which is one of the double-page views). [Goff S-307; Hain - Cop 14508x; Klebs 889.1; Oates 1026; Procter 2084; BMC II, 437 ]. Woodcuts by the Workshop of Michael Woldgemut & Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]  
Memo 29 LIBER CHRONICARUM (facsimil bibliofilia)[Buy it!]

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HARTMANNUS SCHEDEL  842.27 Abebooks Librería Maestro Gozalbo  [publisher: Biblioteca Nacional y Vicent García Editores S.A., Valencia] Sin paginar Tapa dura, pergamino Muy buen estado La presente edición facsímil del libro "Liber Chronicarum" de Hartmannus Schedel, impreso en Nuremberg por Anton Koberger el 12 de julio de 1493, ha sido realizada conjuntamente por la Biblioteca Nacional y Vicent García Editores S.A., se acabó de imprimir en los talleres del Oficio Gráfico bajo el cuidado de Ricardo J. Vicent, el día 24 de octubre de 1993, festividad de San Rafael. Valencia, 1994. Publicación de interés Biblíofilo Vicente García Editores. Colección Incunables y Libros Antiguos Bajo la dirección bibliográfica de Manuel Bas Carbonell. Colección 1993-94. Impreso en los Talleres del Oficio Gráfico bajo el cuidado de Ricardo J. Vicent. Refelbuñol-Valencia. Lleva firma de atentificación del maestro Impresor y Editor, y lleva autentificación notarial y se le asigna a este ejemplar el nº 1699/3160. Pergamino, Sin paginar, 43,5x36 cm., Ilustraciones. Xilografías. Sello de la Biblioteca Nacional Raros. [Valencia, Spain]  
Memo 30 Schedel Weltchronik Ulm kolorierter Holzschnitt, Stadtansicht Vlma Liber chronicarum.[Buy it!]

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H. Schedel  815.85 ZVAB Antiquariat Vlma  [publisher: Anton Koberger, Nürnberg] First Edition VLMA Kolorierte Ansicht von Ulm aus Schedels Weltchronik 1493. Dies ist die erste authentische Ansicht Ulms von der Erstauflage aus der Weltchronik von Hartmann Schedel 1493: Das buch der Croniken (Liber chronicarum.). Holzschnitt, altkoloriert in kräftigen Farben. Künstler: Michael Wolgemut and Hanns Pleydenwurff Drucker: Anton Koberger in Nürnberg. Albrecht Dürer hat in dieser Zeit in der Werkstatt gelernt und wohl an der einzigartigen Chronik mitgearbeitet. Das Blatt ist 50cm x 20cm groß. Mit Rahmen 75cm x 45cm. Zu sehen ist Ulm im Panorama von Süden aus gesehen. Im Vordergrund die Donau ( vom heutigen Neu-Ulm aus) mit Flössen, denn ab hier wurde die Donau schiffbar, und die begehbare 1480 erbaute Stadtmauer. Im Stadtmauerzug von links zu sehen: Turmpaar beiderseits des dreibogigen Auslassbauwerks des von der Blau gespeisten Kobelgrabens. Der linke Turm steht außerhalb des Stadtgrabens. Die Stauschleuse (Auslassbogen) verbinden ihn mit dem Fischerturm ( heute Wilhelmshöhe). Die rechts folgenden zwei spätgotischen Türme mit reicher Bauzier, zunächst der Einlassturm und der Dicke Turm, in Backstein 1480 erbaut.Sie hatten grünglasierte Ziegeldächer. Der Einlassturm ist proportional zu groß und zu hoch über die Stadtmauer emporragend dargestellt.Er ragte eig. nur mit dem Dach knapp über die Stadtmauer, vgl. hierzu auch Merian" ...  
Memo 31 LIBER CHRONICARUM [Nuremberg Chronicle] ~ Single folio leaf from the 1493 edition - PARIS [Parisium] Half-page Woodcut - Folio XXXIX - Incunabulum/Incunable/France[Buy it!]

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Hartmann Schedel  749.70 Abebooks Seacoast Books  [publisher: Anton Koberger, Nuremberg] 12" x 17" [30cm x 43cm] incunabulum folio leaf, museum framed. Highly desirable leaf from the 1493 Latin 'Liber Chronicarum', featuring a half-page woodcut of Paris [Parisium], in Near Fine condition. Deaccessioned from the Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art, Cornell University. In a handsome ruby red and gilt wood frame [13.25" x 18"] with museum notes taped to the back. Leaf appears to be laid on, unmounted (frame is sealed at back). Wonderfully preserved with just a bit of age-toning to the extreme edges and minor waviness to the surface (unmounted). Woodcut by Pleydenwurff and Wohlgemut, Latin text by Hartmann Schedel. Recto is half-page woodcut of Mainz [Megundio] with Latin text above. The Liber Chronicarum, bound, fetches $150,000 or more at auction; the Paris leaf, with its stylized view of the city, the Seine, and a 1400s caravel ship in the foreground, is a particularly sought-after leaf. Note: There are artists specializing in applying period-style watercolor to such woodcuts, greatly enhancing their visual appeal. I have included a sample of a colored version for reference. *Photos may show distortions (lens curvature, angled view, reflections, etc.) as the item is under glass. [Portsmouth, NH, U.S.A.]  
Memo 32 Liber chronicarum- Nuremberg Chronicle, an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Constantinopolis or The Siege of Constantinople in the Year 1453, Plate No. CCXLIX[Buy it!]

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Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)  727.65 Abebooks Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA  [publisher: Anton Koberger, Germany] First Edition This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text.This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative."So much blood was spilled that it ran through the city in rivulets." This print describes the taking of Constantinopole by the Turks. The image is of a large city with water (or blood) flowing from it and around it. The verso has text and three small images of Suncassianus, King of Persia; John Capistrano; Francesco Filelfo of Ancona, and text only of religious man Leonardo de Utino. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w, ruffled on one edge not affecting text. Very clean. [Garrison, NY, U.S.A.]  
Memo 33 Liber chronicarum- Nuremberg Chronicle, an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Thrace and Turkey, Plate No. CCLXXI[Buy it!]

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Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)  727.65 Abebooks Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA  [publisher: Anton Koberger, Germany] First Edition This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text.This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative.This page has two beautiful images on front and verso - too difficult to decide which is more interesting. Recto side describes Thrace or Thracia which "is a vast province or country. To the East is the Euxine Sea, to the South the Aegean, the river Strymon and the Macedonian plains; to the North is the Danube, and to the West the Paeonian Mountains, Hungary and the Save." The image is very detailed with a twisted tree in the foreground and many buildings in three walled clusters separated by hills. Text continues on the verso describing the heresies against the ...  
Memo 34 Liber chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicle an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Thrace and Turkey Plate No. CCLXXI [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann; Wolgemuth Michel and Pleydenwurff Wilhelm ills  661.50 ABAA Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints  Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative. This page has two beautiful images on front and verso - too difficult to decide which is more interesting. Recto side describes Thrace or Thracia which "is a vast province or country. To the East is the Euxine Sea, to the South the Aegean, the river Strymon and the Macedonian plains; to the North is the Danube, and to the West the Paeonian Mountains, Hungary and the Save." The image is very detailed with a twisted tree in the foreground and many buildings in three walled clusters separated by hills. Text continues on the verso ...  
Memo 35 Liber chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicle an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Constantinopolis or The Siege of Constantinople in the Year 1453 Plate No. CCXLIX [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann; Wolgemuth Michel and Pleydenwurff Wilhelm ills  661.50 ABAA Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints  Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative. "So much blood was spilled that it ran through the city in rivulets." This print describes the taking of Constantinopole by the Turks. The image is of a large city with water (or blood) flowing from it and around it. The verso has text and three small images of Suncassianus, King of Persia; John Capistrano; Francesco Filelfo of Ancona, and text only of religious man Leonardo de Utino. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w, ruffled on one edge not affecting text. Very clean. 1494. Anton Koberger US  
Memo 36 Liber Chronicarum. Nuremberg Chronicle. Single Leaf. Folio CCLXX. Wallachia City View Mentions the Dragulari aka Dracul and Vlad Tepes Army. Hand Colored. [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann.  661.50 Biblio Dark Parks Books & Collectibles  Nuremberg:: Anton Koberger,, 1493.. Single leaf. . Contemporary hand colored leaf, rubricated letters on verso, very minor edge wear, no affect, overall a beautiful leaf, highly sought after not only for the city view, but especially the text content. Recto text is of Matthias and King Ladislaus, sons of Hunyadi, thievery and war, Hungarians and Germans, Sabinians and Wallachia. Verso is the history of Wallachia and a large woodcut of the an imaginary city view. Stated to be at beginning of Sienenburgen and extending to the Euxine Sea, it is south of the Danube and to the north are the Russians - and across the river Tyrus are the nomadic Scythians, called the Tartars. A brief history of Wallachia and also the mention of its modern times with two revolts, one by the Dacians, the other by the Dragulari (the family of Vlad Dracul). The City view is contemporary hand-colored. ÒThe ruling dynasty of Wallachia was founded by Basarab I and was henceforth known as the House of Basarab. Succession to the Wallachian throne, however, was not guided by the right of the firstborn to inherit an entire estate, as in Western European tradition; instead, the boyars retained the right to select which Basarab voivode, or prince, they saw fit for accession to the throne... BY the end of the fourteenth century, the House of Basarab had split in two; the descendants of the voivode Danesti constituting one line, while the progency of the voivode Mircea the Elder comprised the other ...  
Memo 37 Liber chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicle an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Thrace and Turkey Plate No. CCLXXI [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann; Wolgemuth Michel and Pleydenwurff Wilhelm ills  661.50 Biblio Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints  Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative. This page has two beautiful images on front and verso - too difficult to decide which is more interesting. Recto side describes Thrace or Thracia which "is a vast province or country. To the East is the Euxine Sea, to the South the Aegean, the river Strymon and the Macedonian plains; to the North is the Danube, and to the West the Paeonian Mountains, Hungary and the Save." The image is very detailed with a twisted tree in the foreground and many buildings in three walled clusters separated by hills. Text continues on the verso ...  
Memo 38 Liber chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicle an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Constantinopolis or The Siege of Constantinople in the Year 1453 Plate No. CCXLIX [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann; Wolgemuth Michel and Pleydenwurff Wilhelm ills  661.50 Biblio Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints  Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative. "So much blood was spilled that it ran through the city in rivulets." This print describes the taking of Constantinopole by the Turks. The image is of a large city with water (or blood) flowing from it and around it. The verso has text and three small images of Suncassianus, King of Persia; John Capistrano; Francesco Filelfo of Ancona, and text only of religious man Leonardo de Utino. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w, ruffled on one edge not affecting text. Very clean. 1494. Anton Koberger US  
Memo 39 Liber Chronicarum. Nuremberg Chronicle. Single Leaf. Folio CCLXX. [Wallachia City View, Mentions the Dragulari , aka Dracul and Vlad Tepes Army]. Hand Colored.[Buy it!]

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Schedel, Hartmann.  661.50 Abebooks Dark Parks Books & Collectibles  [publisher: Anton Koberger,, Nuremberg:] Contemporary hand colored leaf, rubricated letters on verso, very minor edge wear, no affect, overall a beautiful leaf, highly sought after not only for the city view, but especially the text content. Recto text is of Matthias and King Ladislaus, sons of Hunyadi, thievery and war, Hungarians and Germans, Sabinians and Wallachia. Verso is the history of Wallachia and a large woodcut of the an imaginary city view. Stated to be at beginning of Sienenburgen and extending to the Euxine Sea, it is south of the Danube and to the north are the Russians - and across the river Tyrus are the nomadic Scythians, called the Tartars. A brief history of Wallachia and also the mention of its modern times with two revolts, one by the Dacians, the other by the Dragulari (the family of Vlad Dracul). The City view is contemporary hand-colored. ?The ruling dynasty of Wallachia was founded by Basarab I and was henceforth known as the House of Basarab. Succession to the Wallachian throne, however, was not guided by the right of the firstborn to inherit an entire estate, as in Western European tradition; instead, the boyars retained the right to select which Basarab voivode, or prince, they saw fit for accession to the throne. BY the end of the fourteenth century, the House of Basarab had split in two; the descendants of the voivode Danesti constituting one line, while the progency of the voivode Mircea the Elder comprised the other (the House of ...  
Memo 40 Constantinople, Bologna and a Chess Player in the Liber chronicarum- Nuremberg Chronicle, an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Bisantium (Byzantium, now CONSTANTINOPLE) and Bononia (BOLOGNA), with Chess Player (Plate No. LXII)[Buy it!]

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Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)  630.63 Abebooks Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA  [publisher: Anton Koberger, Germany] First Edition This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text.This epic history divides human history into seven ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unprecedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints.This 4th age print is of Bizantium, with a smaller wood block of a man playing chess. Bononia (now Bologna) is on the verso. Bizantium is a walled city by the water with King Solomon's Temple prominent, with insets of kings on the left, including Nebuchadnezzar & Xerxes along with latin text. Bononia on verso sports many buildings and sailing ships. Approximately 11 1/2 x 17", b & w, slt dusty at edges and scant fox spotting on right edge, just barely touching right edge of image. Some marks at top of page by text. [Garrison, NY, U.S.A.]  
Memo 41 Liber chronicarum- Nuremberg Chronicle, an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Sabatz, the Turkish fortress, Plate No. CCLIII[Buy it!]

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Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)  630.63 Abebooks Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA  [publisher: Anton Koberger, Germany] First Edition This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text.This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative.The Latin text describes the taking of the city of Liege by the Duke Charles of Burgundy, and the King of Hungary Matthias who took the Turkish fortress of Sabatz. A very detailed image of the fortress shows, '[the] fortress [.] was protected with wood and earth works, surrounded with towers and moats, and manned with many people. It was surrounded with wooden hedges and sharp posts, and the walls were built of wood.' The verso describes Pope Sixtus IV of the Year of Christ 1471, and Pope Innocent VIII of the Year of Christ 1484 with two small images. Approximately ...  
Memo 42 Liber Chronicarum. Faksimile der Ausgabe A. Nürnberg, Koberger 1493. Puchheim 1970. Im Originalformat 33,0 x 44 cm. 636 S. mit ca. 1800 Holzschnitten von Michael Wolgemut (1434 - 1519) & Wilhelm Pleydorff.[Buy it!]

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SCHEDEL, Hartmann:  620.83 AbebooksDE Antiquariat Bergische Bücherstube Mewes  Halbleder-Einband. *Schedels umfangreichstes und künstlerisch bedeutendste Holzschnittwerk des 15. Jh. Es enthält eine Übersicht d. Weltgeschichte nach den Ansichten der christlichen Humanisten des. 15. Jh. und ist damit eine bedeutende kulturgeschichtliche Quelle. Die Weltchronik gilt als das größte Buchunternehmen der Dürerzeit und als bilderreichstes Werk der Frühdruckzeit. Für die vorliegende, hochwertige Faksimile Edition dienten die Originale der Klöster Melk und Metten als Vorlage] *Neupreis 2950,-* [Overath, Germany]  
Memo 43 Liber Chronicarum. Incunable impreso en Nuremberg por Anton Koberger en 1493. Ilustrado con 1.821 xilografías. Edición facsímil.[Buy it!]

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SCHEDEL (Hartmann).  610.49 Abebooks Berceo (Libros Antiguos)  [publisher: Valencia, Vicent García Editores / Biblioteca Nacional, Colección de Incunables y Libros Antiguos,] De 31 x 44 cm., consta de 326 hs. (652 págs.) Rarísimo incunable compuesto con letra gótica. Magníficamente ilustrado con 1.821 bellos grabados xilográficos dibujados por Michael Wolgemuth, maestro de Durero. Bien impreso sobre excelente papel verjurado. Tirada limitada y numerada con acta notarial. Encuadernación en pergamino sobre tabla con rótulo en el lomo en letra gótica con tinta sepia. (IMPECABLE.) [Madrid, Spain]  
Memo 44 Liber chronicarum. (Nachdruck der Ausgabe 1493). Hrsg. von der Bibliothek der Abtei Niederalteich. Nachdruck der lateinischen Erstausgabe,[Buy it!]

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Schedel , Hartmann:  605.31 AbebooksDE Chiemgauer Internet Antiquariat  [publisher: Puchheim, Marczell] Nummer 48 einer kleinen Auflage. Hrsg. von der Bibliothek der Abtei Niederalteich. Nachdruck der lateinischen Erstausgabe, Handgebundener Original-Ganzpergament-Band mit blindgeprägtem Deckeltitel. Gr.-Folio. IM Originalschuber. 35 cm FRISCHES, SEHR schönes Exemplar der REPRINT-Ausgabe. Sprache: Deutsch. Gewicht in Gramm: 8000 [Altenmarkt, BAY, Germany]  
Memo 45 Constantinople Bologna and a Chess Player in the Liber chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicle an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Bisantium Byzantium now CONSTANTINOPLE and Bononia BOLOGNA with Chess Player Plate No. LXII [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann; Wolgemuth Michel and Pleydenwurff Wilhelm ills  573.30 ABAA Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints  Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Otherwise very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into seven ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unprecedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. This 4th age print is of Bizantium, with a smaller wood block of a man playing chess. Bononia (now Bologna) is on the verso. Bizantium is a walled city by the water with King Solomon's Temple prominent, with insets of kings on the left, including Nebuchadnezzar & Xerxes along with latin text. Bononia on verso sports many buildings and sailing ships. Approximately 11 1/2 x 17", b & w, slt dusty at edges and scant fox spotting on right edge, just barely touching right edge of image. Some marks at top of page by text. 1494. Anton Koberger US  
Memo 46 Liber chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicle an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Sabatz the Turkish fortress Plate No. CCLIII [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann; Wolgemuth Michel and Pleydenwurff Wilhelm ills  573.30 ABAA Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints  Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative. The Latin text describes the taking of the city of Liege by the Duke Charles of Burgundy, and the King of Hungary Matthias who took the Turkish fortress of Sabatz. A very detailed image of the fortress shows, '[the] fortress [...] was protected with wood and earth works, surrounded with towers and moats, and manned with many people. It was surrounded with wooden hedges and sharp posts, and the walls were built of wood.' The verso describes Pope Sixtus IV of the Year of Christ 1471, and Pope Innocent VIII of the Year of Christ 1484 with ...  
Memo 47 Constantinople Bologna and a Chess Player in the Liber chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicle an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Bisantium Byzantium now CONSTANTINOPLE and Bononia BOLOGNA with Chess Player Plate No. LXII [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann; Wolgemuth Michel and Pleydenwurff Wilhelm ills  573.30 Biblio Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints  Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Otherwise very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into seven ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unprecedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. This 4th age print is of Bizantium, with a smaller wood block of a man playing chess. Bononia (now Bologna) is on the verso. Bizantium is a walled city by the water with King Solomon's Temple prominent, with insets of kings on the left, including Nebuchadnezzar & Xerxes along with latin text. Bononia on verso sports many buildings and sailing ships. Approximately 11 1/2 x 17", b & w, slt dusty at edges and scant fox spotting on right edge, just barely touching right edge of image. Some marks at top of page by text. 1494. Anton Koberger US  
Memo 48 Liber chronicarum Nuremberg Chronicle an individual page from the Chronicle featuring Sabatz the Turkish fortress Plate No. CCLIII [Buy it!]

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Schedel Hartmann; Wolgemuth Michel and Pleydenwurff Wilhelm ills  573.30 Biblio Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints  Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative. The Latin text describes the taking of the city of Liege by the Duke Charles of Burgundy, and the King of Hungary Matthias who took the Turkish fortress of Sabatz. A very detailed image of the fortress shows, '[the] fortress [...] was protected with wood and earth works, surrounded with towers and moats, and manned with many people. It was surrounded with wooden hedges and sharp posts, and the walls were built of wood.' The verso describes Pope Sixtus IV of the Year of Christ 1471, and Pope Innocent VIII of the Year of Christ 1484 with ...  
Memo 49 Liber Chronicarum (Book of Chronicles)[Buy it!]

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SCHEDEL, Hartmann  529.98 Abebooks Anah Dunsheath RareBooks ABA ANZAAB ILAB  [publisher: Koberger, Nuremberg] A rare original double printed leaf of incunabula printed in 1493 from Hartmann SCHEDEL'S. Liber Chronicarum (Book of Chronicles) known as the Nurenberg Chronicle. The Chronicle was first published in Latin on 12 July 1493 in the city of Nuremberg. The publisher and printer was Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer, who in the year of Durer's birth in 1471 ceased goldsmithing to become a printer and publisher. He quickly became the most successful publisher in Germany, eventually owning 24 printing presses and having many offices in Germany and abroad, from Lyon to Budapest. Albrecht Durer was an apprentice with Wolgemut from 1486 to 1489, so may well have participated in designing some of the illustrations for the specialist craftsmen (called "formschneider"s) who cut the blocks onto which the design had been drawn, or a drawing glued. From 1490 to 1494, Durer was travelling. A drawing by Wolgemut for the elaborate frontispiece, dated 1490 is in the British Museum. Any examples of works pre-1500 incunables are extremely rare. [Auckland, NZ*, New Zealand]  
Memo 50 Liber Chronicarum. Faksimile der Ausgabe A. Nürnberg, Koberger 1493. Puchheim 1970. Im Originalformat 33,0 x 44 cm. 636 S. mit ca. 1800 Holzschnitten von Michael Wolgemut (1434 - 1519) & Wilhelm Pleydorff.[Buy it!]

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SCHEDEL, Hartmann:  529.20 ZVAB Antiquariat Bergische Bücherstube Mewes  Halbleder-Einband. *Schedels umfangreichstes und künstlerisch bedeutendste Holzschnittwerk des 15. Jh. Es enthält eine Übersicht d. Weltgeschichte nach den Ansichten der christlichen Humanisten des. 15. Jh. und ist damit eine bedeutende kulturgeschichtliche Quelle. Die Weltchronik gilt als das größte Buchunternehmen der Dürerzeit und als bilderreichstes Werk der Frühdruckzeit. Für die vorliegende, hochwertige Faksimile Edition dienten die Originale der Klöster Melk und Metten als Vorlage] *Neupreis 2950,-* [Overath, Germany]  

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