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veiling / Auction 26 Session I. Children's books, Paper Toys, School Plates, Literature, Manuscripts, Old Books / 320-339 Old Books before 1600
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kavel: 324 verkocht € 180.00

Anton Francesco Doni. Mondi celesti, terrestri et infernali,

de gli academici Pellegrini: Composti dal Doni; Mondo piccolo, grande, misto risibile, imaginato, de Pazzi, & de Massimo. Inferno, de gli scolari, de malmaritati, delle puttane (...). Venice, Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1562, (16),430 p., woodcut printer's mark on title and large device at the end, woodcut initials and book decoration, contemporary limp Italian overlapping vellum w. old manuscript title on spine, sm. 8vo.
Partly waterst.; a few quires wormholed in upper margin (hardly affecting the running title/pagination). Bookblock loosening. A fair copy with a number of interesting owner's marks on upper pastedown and title page: 2 manuscript entries of Girolamo Mariani, dated 1586 and '91, also a verse from Terentius quoted by Mariani, his initials on the title p.; owner's stamp of the Italian editor Gustavo Camillo Galletti (1805-1868), as often together with the bookplate of Baron Horace de Landau (1824-1903) (his library was sold at auction in 1885/1890). Anton Francesco Doni (1513-1574), writer, musician, painter, and printer and the first Italian bibliographer.
Our edition is the first combined edition of Doni's Mondi (1552) and Inferni (1553) comprising dialogues on imaginary worlds and various types of hell, and a utopian society inspired by Thomas Moore.
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