Sale: 521 / Rare Books, Nov. 29. 2021 in Hamburg Lot 113

 

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Oppianus
Alieuticon, 1534.
Post auction sale: € 700 / $ 812
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Oppianus
Alieuticon, sive de piscibus. Libri quinqu(e). Straßburg, J. Cammerlander 1534.

Seltene Straßburger Ausgabe der berühmten Halieutica des Oppianus, eine der frühesten Monographien zur Fischerei.

Sammlung der drei wichtigsten Texte aus Antike und Renaissance zur Fischerei. "The Halieutics is much superior in style and poetical embellishment. It contains much fable and absurdity together with considerable zoological knowledge." (Westwood/Satchell)

Einband: Moderner Halbpergamentband mit Rückentitel in Schwarz. Kl.-4to. 20,5 : 15,5 cm. - ILLUSTRATION: Mit großer Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Ende. - KOLLATION: 4 nn. Bll., 152 num. Bll. - ZUSTAND: Tlw. etwas gebräunt, insgesamt gutes Exemplar. - PROVENIENZ: Aus der Sammlung Waldemar Schwalbe.

LITERATUR: VD 16, O 803. - Adams O 202. - Muller II, 348, 25. - Benzing (Cammerlander) 85. - Agassiz IV, 45.

Rare Strasbourg edition of the "Halieutica", one of the earliest monographs on fishery. With large woodcut printer's device in the end. Modern half vellum with title on spine. - Partly somewhat tanned, overall good copy. - Collection Waldemar Schwalbe.




 

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