Your message has been sent.
We cannot guarantee the accuracy of translations through Google Translate and disclaims any responsibility for inaccurate translations.
by TimeLine Auctions
May 30, 2015, 10:00 AM BST | London, United Kingdom    Live Auction

Lot 1836: Books Mento Gogreve - Elegia de Misera et Filibi Specie (190 views)

Books Mento Gogreve - Elegia de Misera et Filibi Specie
Estimate: £80 - £120
Description: Published 1575 AD. A printed tract by Mento Gogreve (Mento Gogrevius), 'Licentiatus Theologus' of Saxony titled Elegia de Misera et Flebili Specie ac Perturbato Admodum Statu.......' (Elegy to the misery and tearful and confused state.....), plus quotes from Psalms 17 and 92, verses from books of the Bible and Proverbs 28; bearing a manuscript dedication inscription 'Venerando Clarissimo et humanissimo dn dotori jeremiae hamburgero pastoritissimo dns amiro collega et fratri curissimo et fidelissimo' in the hand of the author; [4 leaves], later cloth binding; an apparently unrecorded/unpublished work by this author; other works published during period 1564-1581. See Knauer, G. N., The Curriculum Vitae of Mento Gogrevius Or: the Life and Opinions of a Mediocre German Scholar and Protestant Theologian in the Latter Part of the 16th Century, 1979. Walter Steinberg has been a well-known figure at fairs, sales and events for many years. Born in 1922 in Philadelphia, Walter has had a life-long passion for collecting. A long-time resident in London, he has now retired to New York and decided that the time has come to pass on the antiquities and coins he has collected over his lifetime. Walter acquired coins and artefacts that interested him, so his collection, although containing many lovely examples, also contains many affordable specimens. Much of the material has been unavailable to the market for 30 to 50 years. Walter hopes that the items he collected will now find new homes with the next generation of collectors. 51 grams, 16 x 10cm (6 1/4 x 4"). Ex Walter Steinberg collection; acquired London, 1970s. [No Reserve]
  • Condition: Fine condition; later outer binding soiled. Extremely rare; an unlisted work, no copy in British Library.
Payment
Terms
Shipping

Accepted Forms of Payment

MasterCard, Personal Check, Visa, Wire Transfer

Terms and Conditions

You agree to pay a buyer's premium of up to 27.0% and any applicable taxes and shipping

View full terms and conditions

Shipping

Liability for Goods:
The Buyer is fully responsible for all Goods purchased, from the time the Hammer falls and must make their own provision for full insurance cover, including while in transit or storage. TimeLine Auctions Ltd does not insure goods after the hammer falls or while being shipped and the Buyer must make arrangements for cover for loss or damage howsoever caused. Any Goods not collected from the Sale venue on the day of Sale will be removed by TimeLine Auctions Ltd to a place of storage, at their discretion. Storage Charges may become payable for uncollected Goods. Unless noted in the Catalogue as being for 'collection only', shipping costs may be quoted and must be paid, together with all sums due, before Goods will be released.

Collection of Goods:
For printed catalogue sales, most Lots will be present at the Sale venue and may be collected immediately after the Hammer falls, on full payment being made. Certain Lots, by virtue of size or other difficulty, may not be present at the Sale venue and any Buyer will be required to make prompt arrangements for collection from a storage location designated by TimeLine Auctions Ltd. For eAuctions and for those not attending printed catalogue sales, shipping can be arranged through Mail Boxes Etc a specialist company and details are given on invoices. Shipping costs are in no cirumstances refundable.



Shipping Insurance:

On occasions where TimeLine Auctions Ltd directly arranges shipping and by prior arrangement we are able to offer shipping insurance for purchased lots, through our commercial insurance policy, at a fee of 6% of the full invoice amount (minimum charge £10.00) inclusive, with a fixed excess of £200. In all other cases, responsibility for insuring purchases in transit rests solely with the Buyer.

Storage:

Buyers should note that all lots are moved into storage seven days after the issue of invoices for any sale and TimeLine Auctions Ltd reserves the right to make an initial transfer charge of £12.00 inclusive per lot with a storage charge of £3.60 inclusive per day per lot stored.

Your bid status
Lot 1836: Books Mento Gogreve - Elegia de Misera et Filibi Specie
TimeLine Auctions
Antiquities & Coins: Day 4
May 30, 2015, 10:00 AM BST