2 edition of 1462 Fust & Schoeffer Bible found in the catalog.
1462 Fust & Schoeffer Bible
|Other titles||1462 Fust and Schoeffer Bible, Fourteen sixty-two Fust and Schoeffer Bible|
|Statement||by Eberhard Koenig ; introduction by Christopher deHamel ; with an original leaf from the 1462 Bible.|
|LC Classifications||Z241.B585 K66 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||95148478|
Evanston, Illinois, Hamill & Barker, Limited Edition. Hardback. One of unnumbered copies. Two parts: an original leaf from the bible and an essay (by Koenig). All in fine condition as issued. The commentary is an oversized hardback bound in quarter morocco. All presented in a large cloth drop-spine box. Publisher's announcement laid in along with original receipt. The present. Peter Schoeffer of Gernsheim and Mainz; with a list of his surviving books and broadsides by Hellmut Lehmann-Haupt (Book) Die Buchkunst Gutenbergs und Schöffers, mit einem einleitenden Versuch über die Entwicklung der Buchkunst von ihren frühesten Anfängen bis auf die heutige Zeit by Paul Gottschalk (Book).
a leaf from the bible. MAINZ: JOHANN FUST AND PETER SCHOEFFER, 14 AUGUST Royal folio ( × mm), a single paper leaf in fine condition with Bull’s Head watermark, being volume II fo. (17/4) containing Luke 2 columns, 48 lines; initial space. Title: Leaf from the Fust and Schoeffer Bible Author: ** Description: One leaf from the Fust and Schoeffer Bible. x30 cm. (15¾x11¾"). Printed in double columns, 48 lines. Three hand-executed decorative initials in blue or red; headline on both sides added by hand in alternate red and blue Pentateuch leaf from the Mainz Bible printed by Fust & Schoeffer, the.
In , when Mainz was sacked Fust's workmen were scattered, and they carried with them to various countries the printing process which had been guarded as a secret in Mainz. Fust continued the business, however, until , when he is thought to have . Johann Fust, (born c. , Mainz [Germany]—died Oct. 30, , Paris, France), early German printer, financial backer of Johann Gutenberg (the inventor of printing in Europe), and founder, with Peter Schoeffer, of the first commercially successful printing firm.. Fust, a prominent goldsmith, lent Gutenberg guilders in to perfect his movable-type printing process.
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This edition is a beautifully illuminated, iconic early printed Bible. It retains its original leather binding, complete with a metal boss and chain. It is also the first 1462 Fust & Schoeffer Bible book Bible to include a printer’s mark—here, two inscribed shields hanging from a branch.
provenance. Printed in by Johann Fust and Peter Schöffer, Mainz, Germany. Fust and Schoeffer’s two-volume Latin Bible, datedwas the fourth edition of the holy scriptures. The end of each volume featured Fust and Schoeffer’s printer’s mark, which quickly became the most recognized trademark in fifteenth-century printing.
In this handsome edition, Fust and Schoeffer continued their tradition of printing in black, red, and blue. At the same time Schöffer’s bible from is the first printed bible that specifies the printer and the date of printing, additio-nally, it is the first book ever with a printer’s device.
The alliance signet of the two business partners Johann Fust and Peter Schöffer is the oldest European printer signet. Gutenberg, Fust and Schöffer. This deluxe production contains one leaf from the Fust and Schoeffer Bible, the first dated bible and the first bible with a Colophon.
Printed on the paper left over from the stock for the famous Gutenberg bible, won from Gutenberg in a lawsuit won by Fust and Schoeffer, 15 7/8 x 11 5/8 inches. Fust & Schöffer Issue the First Explicitly Dated Bible, with the First Printer's Mark 8/14/ CE On Aug banker Johann Fust and printer Peter Schöffer at Mainz issued the fourth printed Bible, and the first explicitly dated Bible, sometimes called the Biblia pulcra because of the new Gotico-Antiqua typeface which Schöffer developed specially for the edition.
Title: Single leaf from the Bible printed by Johann Fust & Peter SchoefferAuthor: **Description: 48 lines, 2 columns, in Latin. With 2 rubricated initials (1 red, 1 blue), 2 chapter numbers in red.
16x11¾.Original printed leaf from the first dated Bible, printed in The leaf contains primarily Chapters XIII and XIIII from the Book of g: (Incunabula - Bible Leaf)Place. Peter Schoeffer’s distinguished career in that “buch und lesen kultur” which began with the publication of the Gutenberg Bible can be divided into two definitive periods.
In the first, from to aroundhe worked with Gutenberg and then in partnership with Fust until the latter’s death. In the Library published a catalog listing important desiderata.
The desiderata included 77 incunabula. In addition to a Gutenberg Bible and any fifteenth-century edition of the Columbus letter that announced the discovery of the New World, the list indicated the Library's need for a Mainz Psalter, the Fust and Schoeffer Bible, the Jenson Bible, editiones principes of Tacitus.
The Mainz Psalter was the second major book printed with movable type in the West; the first was the Gutenberg is a psalter commissioned by the Mainz archbishop in The Psalter introduced several innovations: it was the first book to feature a printed date of publication, a printed colophon, two sizes of type, printed decorative initials, and the first to be printed in three colours.
The best-surviving examples of his craftsmanship are the Mainz Psalter and the line Bible. The Psalter was the first printed book to give the date and place of printing and the printers’ names.
Schöffer cast the first metallic type in matrices and used it for the second edition of the Vulgate Bible. By the time of his death he had printed more than books.
Like the Gutenberg Bible, copies were printed both on paper and on vellum. At least 80 copies survive, evidencing the edition’s wide distribution in Germany, France, Italy, Bohemia, and England.
The exhibited vellum copy was illuminated by the anonymous “Fust Master,” whose brilliant workmanship enhances numerous early Mainz publications. Heading: (Bible in Latin - leaf on vellum) Author: Title: Leaf from the Fust and Schoeffer Bible printed on vellum Author: Place: [Mainz] Publisher: [Johann Fust & Peter Schoeffer] Date:  Description: Leaf printed in vellum from the Fust and Schoeffer Bible.
38x cm (15x11¼"). Printed in double columns, 48 lines. One hand-executed initial in red, initial headlines in. mainz: johann fust and peter schoeffer, 14 august Royal folio ( × mm), a single vellum leaf with folds and stains contingent on it having been used as a book or document wrapper, being volume I fo.
(22/2) containing Esther 2 columns, 48 lines, the chapter numbers “XII” and “XIV” and the initial H of chapter. Ketterer Kunst Rare Books - Fust-Schöffer-Bibel Biblia latina.
2 Bände. Mainz, Johann Fust und Peter Schöffer, August Auktion am https:/. Of particulary interest is their Rare Book Auction scheduled for 25th November which will feature, among other treasures, a Fust-Schöffer Bible from which will be. Fust & Schoeffer's line Bible of -- 3.
The involvement of the artist in the completion of the Bible -- 4. The present copy of the line Bible -- 5. Early printed Bibles in England. Rolling off the same printing press as Johannes Gutenberg’s celebrated production ofthis two-volume Biblia latina, published in Mainz by Gutenberg’s direct successors (and former associates), Johannes Fust and Peter Schöffer, is headed to auction in Hamburg later this month, where it is expected to reach €1 million—or about million American dollars.
Original printed leaf from the Mainz Bible printed by Fust & Schoeffer, the earliest Bible with a printed date and essentially the earliest Bible leaf obtainable after Gutenberg. The present leaf contains the conclusion of Judges and the opening chapter of Ruth.
Fust and Schoeffer Bible Fourteen sixty-two Fust and Schoeffer Bible Limited ed. of copies, issued in a drop-spine box. Six copies, lettered A-F, are reserved for the publishers; 15 copies, lettered G-U, contain a Bible leaf with a decorated initial. The first book they printed together was the Psalterium Moguntinum, or Mainz Psalter, in – which was the first book to include a colophon and printer’s mark.
Fust and Schoeffer are also known for having printed Pope Clement V’s Constitutiones (), a line bible (. The Fust & Schoeffer Bible: An essay Unknown Binding – 1 Jan.
by Eberhard Konig (Author)Author: Eberhard Konig.the Sixth Book of Decretals, with Andreae's gloss, Decemfolio leaves; Cicero. De officiis, 88 leaves. Fust and Schöffer. Johann Fust and Peter Schöffer carried on a partnership after Fust sued and won a case against Johann Gutenberg in for the right to take back his loans that he offered Gutenberg years earlier.Three hand-executed decorative initials in blue or red; headline on both sides added by hand in alternate red and blue leaf from the Book of Esther, from the Mainz Bible printed by Fust & Schoeffer, the earliest Bible with a printed date and essentially the .