Sale: 509 / Rare Books, Nov. 30. 2020 in Hamburg Lot 117

 
117
Gaius Plinius Secundus
Naturalis historiae. + 1 Beigabe, 1516.
Estimate: € 1,000 / $ 1,170
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Lot description
Caecilius Plinius Secundus
Naturalis historiae libri XXXVII. Paris, N. Des Prez, P. Le Preux, J. Petit und F. Regnault, 5. Aug. 1516.

Schöner Pariser Druck von Plinius' Naturgeschichte in der Bearbeitung von Alexander Benedict.

EINBAND: Späterer Pergamentband. Folio. 29 : 20,5 cm. - ILLUSTRATION: Mit figürl. Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und Schrotschnitt-Druckermarke von Jean Petit auf dem Titel sowie zahlreichen Schrotschnitt-Initialen, Textspiegel ferner regliert. - KOLLATION: 18 nn. Bll., 262 röm. num. Bll. - ZUSTAND: Letztes Fünftel mit geringen Wurmspuren, Titel leicht fleckig, letztes Bl. mit Knitterspuren, sonst gutes, innen sauberes Exemplar. - PROVENIENZ: Titel mit 2 durchgestr. alten Besitzvermerken. - Gestochenes Wappenexlibris des Kanonikers Philip de Coigniou (18. Jh.), Titel ferner mit Namenszug O. de Coigniou. - Sammlung Eckhard Günther (Exlibris und Kaufvermerk von 1975).
LITERATUR: Moreau II, 1457. - Adams P 1555. - BM STC, French Books S. 356.
1 Beigabe (reglierter Scholiendruck von Plinius d. J., Libri epistolarum, Venedig 1519, aus der Slg. E. Günther).
Fifth edition. With figurative woodcut border and metalcut printer's device of Jean Petit on title as well as numerous metalcut initials in text, text area ruled throughout. Later vellum binding. - Last fifth with small wormtraces, title slightly stained, last leaf creased, otherwise clean copy on the inside. - 1 addition. - Collection Eckhard Günther.

 


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