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JUNIUS, Hadrianus

Lot 922: NOMENCLATOR, OMNIUM RERUM, PROPRIA NOMINA, SEPTEM DIVERSIS LINGUIS EXPLICATA [...].

Est: €150 EUR - €200 EURSold:
Arenberg AuctionsJune 13, 2020Brussels, Belgium

Item Overview

Description

In-8° : [8]-545-[78] pp. (nombreuses rouss. ayant entraîné le brunissage du vol. excepté à qqs ff., qqs taches ou grosses piqûres éparses). - Dictionnaire systématique donnant, par ordre de matières, les termes particuliers à chaque profession et touchant à tous les domaines du savoir et de l'industrie (la première section portant sur les livres). Les termes latins et leurs équivalents grecs sont empruntés aux auteurs classiques tandis que leurs traductions en langues modernes (allemand, néerlandais, italien, anglais et espagnol) ont été tirées des dictionnaires de Joannes Frisius, Robert Estienne, etc. Junius (Hoorn 1511- 1575 Middelburg), est considéré par Juste Lipse comme "le plus érudit hollandais après Érasme". L'une de ses propositions les plus célèbres concerne l'origine de l'art typographique qu'il attribue à Laurens Jz. Coster de Haarlem. - Réf. Brunet III:600 (autres éd.). - Biogr. univ. XXI:332/333. - NNBW VII:92. - Paisey J-305.

Artist or Maker

JUNIUS, Hadrianus

Date

1620

Condition Report

Vélin de l'ép. à couture apparente et petits rabats, dos lisse titré à la plume, tr. rouges (rares pet. taches, dos lég. noirci).

Payment & Shipping

Accepted forms of payment: Wire Transfer

Shipping

Extra costs for packaging, payment, insurance and/or mailing are at the buyer's expense. Packing and handling is at the entire risk of the buyer. The auctioneer is not responsible for any accidents or faults or omissions by the postal or carrier services.

Auction Details

Books & Prints - Day 2

by
Arenberg Auctions
June 13, 2020, 01:00 PM CET

Wolstraat 19/2, Brussels, Brussels-Capital Region, 1000, BE

Terms

Buyer's Premium

25.0%

Bidding Increments

From:To:Increment:
€0€49€5
€50€199€10
€200€399€20
€400€999€50
€1,000€1,999€100
€2,000€3,999€200
€4,000€9,999€500
€10,000€19,999€1,000
€20,000€69,999€2,000
€70,000+€5,000

Auction - Terms of sale

The purchaser shall pay, strictly cash, the hammer price, in €, together with a premium of 25 %, eventually plus the resale tax, if applicable: 4 % for hammer prices from € 2000 on, only for original art and if the author died less than 70 years ago.
The auction follows the order indicated by the catalogue. The biddings start at about 80 % of the lowest estimate and each bid must be +/? 10% higher than the previous one. In case of a dispute the lot will be called again.
The auctioneer has the right to refuse a bid, and this without further explanation.
Each buyer by making a bid acknowledges the conditions of sale and the fact that he has inspected the purchased item.
The auctioneer has the right to split a lot or join several lots.
Lots with two or more titles, series or periodicals, or lots with a mention "n.c." and 'sold w.a.f.'are not collated and cannot be returned.
Each buyer is supposed to buy for his own account and cannot claim any commission. Each bidder should inspect the lots during the exhibition. Under no circumstances can an item, once sold, be returned. For lots bought via a bidding order remarks or complaints, also concerning the authenticity of the items, should be formulated within 2 weeks after the auction. After that delay no item can be returned.

Shipping Terms

Extra costs for packaging, payment, insurance and/or mailing are at the buyer's expense. Packing and handling is at the entire risk of the buyer. The auctioneer is not responsible for any accidents or faults or omissions by the postal or carrier services.