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New Online Catalogue Fascicule XXII

Fascicule XXII consists fo 47 Early books on various and interesting subjects! Follow the Link  and Please Enjoy            HERE Fascicule XXII Fascicule XXII Fascicule XXII

Mediavilla, on Lombards Sentences and Demonology! 1477

957G Richard [Middleton], d. 1302/3 Commentum super quartem Sententarium.. Venice: Christophorus Arnoldus, [circa 1476-7]   $22,000 THE WEBSITE LINK           Folio 12 1⁄4 9 1⁄4 inches. a-z10 [et]10 [cum]10 [per]10 A 10 B-D8 (D8v blank and... Continue Reading →

Tomorrow is The JULY Virtual book Show

My New Web site :https://www.jamesgraybookseller.com

  Having some how ending up with a vow of Silence now for the last 100 Days  (of the 29,000 days I expect to live)  I have not rested or thought deeply about much, rather I have tried to Insert... Continue Reading →

Book show this week starting tomorrow!

This week there are two book shows and both are virtual! The first is the ABAA show  It begins Thursday tomorrow at 10 AM! The next is the London 'Firsts" show (ABA/Ilab) begins Friday   Email_preview-18 Link to  ABAA Book... Continue Reading →

1496 Theologia naturalis: Raymundus de Sabunde First dated edition 1496

384J Raymundus de Sabunde -1436 Theologia naturalis, sive, Liber creaturarum : specialiter de homine et de natura eius inquantum homo, et de his que sunt ei necessaria ad cognoscendum seipsum [et] deum et omne debitu[m] ad quod homo tenetur et... Continue Reading →

Tromp l’oeil of a Dead fly,( quite charming) in the Liber creaturarum 1496

384J Raymundus de Sabunde -1436 Theologia naturalis, sive, Liber creaturarum : specialiter de homine et de natura eius inquantum homo, et de his que sunt ei necessaria ad cognoscendum seipsum [et] deum et omne debitu[m] ad quod homo tenetur et... Continue Reading →

Welcome to my office!

Today I would like to invite new friends from last weeks book show  into my sacro spatio, I have decided to give everyone a look! My office is small and packed full of books to sell...in other parts of the... Continue Reading →

Fasciculus temporu[m] 1485 “The first book printed on history of the world, it is also one of the earliest and greatest of illustrated incunabula.”

Of particular interest is a reference to the invention of printing (in 1454) on the verso of Folio 64. 8) 359J  Werner Rolewinck    1425-1502 Fasciculus temporu[m] omnes antiquo[rum] chronicas strictim complectens felici numine incipit. Prologus. Venice : Erhard Ratdolt, 8 Sept.... Continue Reading →

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