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         [Das Kapital, in Russian] Kapital. Kritika politicheskoi ekonomii

      Petersburg: N. P. Poliakov,, 1872. [Translated by Lopatine and Danielson], vol. I. [all published hitherto]. Octavo (236 × 153 mm). Contemporary Russian black half calf, blue pebble-grain cloth sides, spine with double gilt rules. Housed in a black quarter morocco solander box made by The Chelsea Bindery. Russian ownership inscription dated 1898 to front free endpaper. Joints rubbed, corners worn, two small pieces of stamp paper to half-title, an excellent copy. First edition in Russian, the first foreign translation, of "the Bible of Marxism." This is the first translation to appear in any language, and the impact of it was greatest on the history, society, government, politics, culture, and psyche of that country. The publication of the first volume of Karl Marx's Das Kapital was the result of nearly 25 years of economic studies, mostly in the Reading Room of the British Museum. His biting critique of the capitalist system had developed from his previous publication of Zur Kritik der Politischen Oekonomie (1859). "Nobody before him had so clearly shown the role of the productive agencies in historical evolution; nobody so masterfully exhibited their determining influence on the form and idealogies of social organisms… If he has been justly compared with Darwin, it is in these respects that he ranks with the great genius" (Ency. Brit.) "By an odd quirk of history the first foreign translation of Das Kapital to appear was the Russian, which Petersburgers found in their bookshops early in April 1872. Giving his imprimatur, the censor, one Skuratov, had written, 'few people in Russia will read it, and still fewer will understand it.' He was wrong; the edition of three thousand sold out quickly; and in 1880 Marx was writing to his friend F. A. Sorge that 'our success is still greater in Russia, where Kapital is read and appreciated more than anywhere else'" (PMM). The printing of a second edition was forbidden in Russia and so in 1890 a New York publisher brought out an nearly identical reprint of the first edition: that second edition is distinguished from the first in that the misplaced comma opposite "p. 73" in the table of contents is replaced by a full stop; and the "e" at the end of l. 40, p. 65, is replaced by a "c".

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         Les PETITS BOLLANDISTES, VIES DES SAINTS DE L'ANCIEN ET DU NOUVEAU TESTAMENT des martyrs, des pères, des auteurs sacrés et ecclésiastiques, des vénérables et autres personnes mortes en odeur de sainteté, notices sur les congrégations et les ordres religieux, histoire des reliques, des pèlerinages, des dévotions populaires, des monuments dus à la piété depuis le commencement du monde jusqu'aujourd'hui . (complet en 17 tomes et 3 suppléments, donc 20 volumes au total)

      Bloud et Barral, Paris 1872 - Paris, Bloud et Barral, 7e édition, 10e tirage, sans date (mais la préface à la septième édition est daté de1872, belles reliures uniformes demi-cuir à cinq nerfs, titre et tomaison dorés au dos, environ 25.5 X 16.5 cm, entre 650 et 750 pages par volumes. Au total 20 volumes constitués de 17 tomes + les 3 suppléments des volumes 1, 2 et 3. Comme on peut le voir sur les images les reliures sont en excellent état, très propres et solides, sans usure vraiment digne de mention sauf une petite tache au dos du volumes 1er. Les intérieurs sont en excellent état aussi ; très propres, solidement cousus, d'une belle fraîcheur, sans marques, annotations ou soulignements au texte. Nous noterons seulement quelques petits dommages à quelques premières pages du volumes 7 (voir image), ce dommage se limitant aux marges droites et étant constitué de petites déchirures et pliures (jamais le texte n'est affecté). Ce même problème apparait à quelques pages de la fin du volume 1er mais avec moins d'importance. Autrement nous avons là un très bel ensemble, rare dans son intégrité et surtout dans cet état. À ne pas manquer. ATTENTION ; Un supplément pour les frais d'envoi sera inévitablement nécessaire pour le Canada ou les USA. Demandez avant de commander s.v.p. Pour l'international les frais d'envoi donnés par Abebooks sont erronés, ne pas vous y fier !!! Étant donné le poids excessif de l'ensemble un envoi en dehors de l'Amérique du Nord semble impensable à moins que vous soyez prêt à débourser une centaine de dollar ou plus pour l'envoi. Demandez-moi directement les frais d'envoi AVANT de commander si vous êtes tout de même intéressé. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         More Nonsense, Pictures, Rhymes, Botany Etc.

      London, John Bush. 1872 - 4to (175 x 215mm, 6 3/4 x 8 1/2 ins) publisher’s pictorial mustard yellow cloth, gilt, tightly recased, a little dusty. pp viii, 138 plates in Lear’s characteristic cartoon style with text beneath, each section with separate letter press title - Nonsense Botany, One Hundred Nonsense Pictures and Rhymes, Twenty Six Nonsense Rhymes and Pictures. First Edition. "The contents of this third or present volume were different intervals in the last two years." ""Nonsense", pure and absolute having been my aim throughout." (Intro.). And in spite of their nonsensical aim and the speed of execution Lear describes in the introduction, the hand of a master draftsman can be seen in many plates, especially of course, illustrating animals. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      New York. 1872.. [33] chromolithograph leaves. Lacking titlepage. Folio. Original black publisher's cloth. Covers lightly mildewed. Titlepage has been excised. Some light scattered foxing and mildewing; occasional offsetting. Verso of first leaf pasted with contemporary newspaper clippings. Images still quite bright and lovely. Good. "Some of the most elaborate chromolithographic works were trade catalogues. The high cost of producing such material, often in full-scale books, illustrates the degree to which consumer product makers were willing to spend on advertising even in the 19th century. This handsome Colgate catalogue contains thirty- four full- page chromolithographs in glowing color by the lithographers, Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann of New York, advertising vrious toiletry articles and soaps. Such catalogues were aimed mainly at the buyers for dry goods and department stores rather than the final consumer" - Reese. Not in OCLC. REESE, STAMPED WITH A NATIONAL CHARACTER, 98.

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      Libreria Spithover Di Guglielmo Haas 1872-1899, Rome, Italy - Rome; RELIGION; Churches; Art, Italian; Art, Religious; Mosaics; chroma lithographs chromolithographs; Elephant Folio 23" ; MUSAICI CRISTIANI E SAGGI DEI PAVIMENTi DELLE CHIESE DI ROMA ANTERIORI SL DECOLO XV TAVOLE CROMO-LITOGRAFICHE CON CENNI STORICI E CRITICI DEL COMMENDATORE GIO. BATTISTA DI ROSSI CON TRADUZIONE FRANCESE [MOSAICS IN THE CHURCHES OF ROME]. First published in series of 27 fascicle monographs between 1872 and 1899. A collection of 58 sheets of plates about 21 x 27" on heavy paper, uncollated. Appears at least substantially complete. Some toned, some shallowly frayed edges, generally VG. Also the text volume [ includes some sepia plates], unpaginated, Italian Language, very bright white rag paper, VG about 150pp. This apparently describes the plates, appears complete but not collated, Library of Congress copy has 53 plates. Loose in a worn folder with ties as published. This is a massive book both In size and weight [about 40-50lb shipping wt]. No other copies found in auction records or for sale. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Gareth and Lynette Etc

      London: Strahan 1872 London: Strahan, 1872. First Edition. 12mo. . Original green cloth, a little rubbed and shaken . With an Autograph Note from Tennyson tipped in, dated 7 March, 1872: "I want a revise of these sheets. I will send them back by return of post." According to Wise, the "trial edition" of this book was printed in the July of 1872 -- this note very probably refers to that trial printing

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         Currier & Ives - FROZEN UP - 1872

      Currier & Ives, New York 1872 - id#: mbf012H Title: Currier & Ives - FROZEN UP - 1872 Author: ; Currier & Ives Size: 11x 15 in Date: 1872 Publisher: Currier & Ives medium: Hand colored lithograph Listed by Ilsoon Han condition: very good condition, no tears, very good color, slight specking and browning of margins Currier & Ives - FROZEN UP - 1872 A lithograph by Currier and Ives, publishers (American, 1857 to 1907). Frozen Up, 1872, (Conningham, 2155). Identified in inscriptions in the matrix. Small folio lithograph with hand-coloring on paper. Note: This lithograph ranks no. 18 in the "New Best 50," small folio. The publishing firm of Currier & Ives created the most popular and highly regarded lithographs of quintessentially American scenes ever produced. The quality, vast scope and engagingly populist style of their works have made their names synonymous with an idealistic vision of 19th-century American promise and optimism. Currier & Ives' broad productivity was accompanied by consistently high standards of printing and hand-coloring, and their ability to draw on original works by many of the finest American genre painters of the times, including (among many others) Fanny Palmer, Louis Maurer, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait and George Durrie. Even (or perhaps especially) today, Currier & Ives prints are paragons of Americana. Indeed, to most Americans over forty years of age, their firm¿s name has the ring of a household word or familiar brand name, perhaps as recognizable as Proctor & Gamble or Arm & Hammer. It is a name that conjures up a particular view of America¿s past. When we speak about the art of Currier & Ives, we are talking of cultural patrimony, a vital part of this nation¿s identity, on a par with the Empire State Building, the Grand Canyon, and the Star-Spangled Banner. When Currier & Ives emerged onto the popular scene, the public¿s appetite had been whetted by what amounted to a media boom that took place in the United States during the 1840s and 1850s. The introduction of photography, more rapid methods of picture printing (including lithography), and the rise of illustrated journalism exploited, among the urban bourgeoisie of the period, a strong interest in topical information, fine art, and plain amusement. Currier & Ives produced an unprecedented inventory of titles for this audience, a move that dramatically lifted the firm above its competition, and elevated their imagery iconic status. Currier & Ives was founded in New York in 1835 by Nathaniel T. Currier, who had been apprenticed as a youth to the Boston lithographic firm of William S. & John Pendleton. In 1857, James Merritt Ives, the company's bookkeeper and Currier's brother-in-law, was made a partner. Generally, Currier supervised production while Ives handled the business and financial side. Currier & Ives prints were decorative and inexpensive, ranging in price from 20¢ to $3. Their subject matter ranged from rural life, ships, trains, animal and sporting scenes to religious images and spectacular news events. The firm produced more than 7000 titles and became the largest and most successful American lithographic publishing company of the 19th century. Vigorous marketing through published catalogues, a sales staff and agents throughout the USA, as well as in London, enabled Currier & Ives to capture approximately three-quarters of the American print market in the peak years of the firm's popularity. Both black-and-white and colored prints were sold; color was usually applied by a staff of women working in a production line from a model, although some prints were sent out for additional hand-coloring. Although many of the large number of artists employed by Currier & Ives simply copied the designs of others on to the stone, original works were also commissioned. These occasionally included pictures by well-known artists, such as Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait and George Henry Durrie, but more

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         Fairy Tales. Illustrated By Twelve Large Designs in Colour After Original Drawings By E.V.B. Newly Translated By H.L.D. Ward and Augusta Plesner

      Sampson Low, Marston, Low, and Searle, London 1872 - Bound in red cloth with ornate black and gilt decoration, gilt title and black rule to spine, bevelled edges, all edges gilt, black endpapers. Colour wood-engraved frontispiece and plates, signed "Leighton Bros.", with protective printed interleaves. Wood-engraved initial letters and printer's ornaments. Lacking one plate (11 of 12). Minute rubbing to cloth at head, heel and corners, as well as edges of spine, some light dust soil overall to cloth, a few minor spots of darker soil, some light foxing to endpapers, a few creased corners and spots of speckles or smudges to interior, plates have offset a faint tan to printed guards only. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      - First Edition, pamphlet 8vo, original printed wrappers (these with slight chipping at edges), a very good copy, Oxford, Parker, 1872. WMGC, 88. Carroll's sustained satire on the architecture of the new bell-housing at Christ Church, Oxford - the most amusing of his Oxford "squibs." Though put to a local semi-political purpose, these pieces are wholly Carrollian in their use of comic word-play and surreal invention. Photograph available on request.

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         Daphnis et Chloe. Traduction d'Amyot

      Paris, Jouaust; 1872 - In-12 de 195 pages, vignettes, culs-de-lampes et lettrines de Lévy et Giacomelli. Couverture conservée. Plein maroquin bleu dos à 5 nerfs, caissons ornés d' un semi de fleurs de lys répétées en écoiçon su les plat avec filet périphérique à chaud Double filet sur les coupes large roulette sur les chasses. Non rogné et doré en tête. Un des 500 Hollande après 50 chine. Très bel exemplaire, malgré des rousseurs éparses, parfaitement établi par le relieur Anglais Ramace ( Bound by Ramace ). De la bilbiothéque du Dr Richir avec son ex libris.

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         Skånska Folkdrägter. Tecknade af O. Wallgren. Urgifna med Text af Arvid Kurck.

      Stockholm, Ivar Hæggströms Boktryckeri, 1872. Stor Folio. (51x41 cm.). 16 pp. tekst samt 22 store farvelitograferede plancher af folkedragter. Tekst samt plancher ubeskårede i løse ark, som udkommet. (Lithogr. och tryckt hos A.J. Salmson).. Originaludgaven. - Colas nr. 1678

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         By-Laws of Cyrus Chapter No.2 of Royal Arch Masons, Under the Jurisdiction of the General Grand Chapter of the United States of America

      The Owyhee Avalanche Printing Establishment, Silver City, Idaho Territory 1872 - A smart First Edition in Very Good condition with edgewear, damp staining, soiling, and letter 'R' written to top margin of pages 6 and 9. Original pink printed wrappers ; The By-Laws of the Cyrus chapter of the Royal Arch Masons. Rare imprint, unrecorded in American Imprints Inventory [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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         Le tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours

      Bibliothèque d'éducation et de récréation J. Hetzel et Ce 1872 - Edition originale de ce célèbre roman, première impression avec "1124-72" mentionné après l'adresse de l'Imprimerie Gauthier-Villars au bas du verso du faux titre et de la page 312, la liste des oeuvres de l'auteur ne mentionne pas "Le tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours" et annonce que "Le pays des fourrures" est en préparation, sans date (1872), in-18, demi-percaline noire d'époque, couvertures non conservées, titres dorés sur le dos, iv-312 pages, très bon état, avec pages de garde passées,(Piero Gondolo della Riva, Bibliothèque analytique de toutes les oeuvres de Jules Verne n°19). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Deutschlands Kunstschätze. Eine Sammlung der hervorragendsten Bilder der Berliner, Dresdner, Münchner, Wiener, Casseler und Braunschweiger Galerien, mit erläuterndem Text von Adolph Görling und eine Reihe von Portraits der bedeutendsten Meister. Mit biographischen Notizen von Alfred Woltmann und Bruno Meyer, 4 Bände, 1872.

      Leipzig, Verlag von A. H. Payne, 1872. - Großformatiges Tafelwerk zu den Bilderbeständen führender deutscher Galerien. Mit 920 Textseiten, 240 Stahlstichtafeln sowie 79 Holzschnittporträts. Alle Bände mit Textteil und zugehörigen Stahlstichen sowie Biographischem Theil mit zugehörigen Porträttafeln. Bd. 1: IV, 160 S., 60 Stahlstich-Tafeln, 80 S., 19 Porträts. Bd. 2: 3 Bl., 148 S., 60 Stahlstich-Tafeln, 80 S., 19 Porträts. Bd. 3: 155 S., 60 Stahlstich-Tafeln, 72 S., 14 Porträts. Bd. 4: 140 S., 60 Stahlstich-Tafeln, 85 S., 27 Porträts. de 10000 Die großformatigen Bände in sehr gutem, sauberem Zustand, allenfalls minimal berieben; sehr gute, robuste Lederqualität. Tafelseiten von der Materialqualität her durchaus gut, allerdings an den Rändern größerenteils fleckig, partiell etwas stärker, Tafeln selbst aber kaum oder nur in sehr geringem Maße betroffen. Seidenhemdchen partiell mit Randläsionen, ein Hemdchen mit Ausriß. Sehr schönes, äußerlich fast tadelloses Exemplar dieses gesuchten Werkes, das sich durch die Präzision und hohe Qualität seiner Stahlstich-Tafeln auszeichnet. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (Rubrik: Einzeldarstellungen: Kunst- und Literaturgeschichte) Vollständiges Werk in vier Bänden im Großformat 32 x 24 cm. Braune Original-Halblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln sowie goldgeprägten Ornamentbändern; Buchdeckel in mehrfarbiger bräunlicher Marmorierung; marmorierter Buchschnitt; farbige Vorsätze.

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         The Deerslayer; Or, The First War-Path. A Tale. Two Additional Books in the Series Also Available.

      D. Appleton and Company, New York 1872 - Very scarce and valuable laid-in autograph of J. Fenimore Cooper (1789-1851) will come with this book. Cooper wrote a check to "Self" (common practice in his day to get ready cash at the bank) for $15 on June 24th, 1843 to the Cashier of the Otsego County Bank in Cooperstown, New York. The check is 6 inches long x 2-1/4 inch high. It features a bird (presumably the Biblical dove) with a branch (presumably the olive branch foretelling the lessening of the flood to those on Noah's Ark) in flight. The check has a circular red stamp reading "Paid at the Otsego Co. Bank," Cooper's signature, which matches all his autographs offered for online sale, is in ink, boldly written, with an artistic feather-type device beneath. Also in his own hand are the date, a correction to the preprinted date of "183_" (changing the 3 to a 4), the word "self," the word "Fifteen" and the number "15." Both "self" and "Fifteen" are followed by long single lines. The "15" is followed by three short dashes, the first and third on the same lower level as the number and the center dash at the upper level of the number. The check blank has preprinted wavy lines running nearly the whole length of the check at top and bottom and an elliptical series forming a decorative device along the vertical left margin. The previous owner of this check and book (who lived near Cooperstown) pinned the check to the second blank front free end paper. The check has been carefully removed and placed in a plastic envelope, but the original common pin has been reinserted in the original two holes. The check has the matching holes near its left margin, but not penetrating any writing or preprinted decorations. A similar check is selling for $1,500 online (at the time of writing, 2011). Turning to the book itself, it is in very good condition. The boards are in a purplish cloth with elaborate blindstamping of a variety of decorative and floral devices over most of the front and back board surfaces. A gilt tomahawk being held with hand and forearm is centered over blindstamping at the front board center. The board cloth and gilt tomahawk are no doubt faded a bit from the original. The board edges are beveled and there is a 1/2 inch x 1/8 inch ink spot about 1-1/2 inch from the spine and the same distance from the bottom edge. The corners are rounded. The spine has gilt lettering of the title and author's last name. A quiver of arrows forms the main decorative device. There are three horizontal bands of floral decorations at the spine heel and crown. The other band is approximately 5-1/2 inches from the spine heel. All are in gilt. The board edges have modest shelf wear. The binding is tight. The endpapers are in a creamy yellow paper. The previous owner has very neatly signed her name in green ink at the center of the front free endpaper. The book contains 7 full-page black-and-white illustrations, with one as a frontispiece. A half-page illustration is found on the facing title page. These dramatic illustrations are separated by an intact tissue guard. There are no tissue guards for the other illustrations. There is no significant foxing or soiling on any of the pages, including those with illustrations. The pages are slightly toned as would be expected with a book of this vintage. The text is presented in two columns per page. Some of the 239 pages have a slight wrinkle, apparently original from the bindery, since there is no evidence of dampstaining. Interestingly, the title page lists the author as James Fenimore Cooper rather than J. Fenimore Cooper, the more common identification. Two additional books in approximately the same condition and from the same Appleton series, owned by the same previous owner, can be purchased with this volume at an additional cost of $500. They are "The Prairie. A Tale" (1872) and "The Pathfinder: Or, The Inland Sea" (1872). The two additional books each have holiday gift inscriptions dated 1873, one book each to two brothers from a sister. These a [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      St. Peterburg, 1872 - Folio, 846 pp (double column pagination). Cont. paper wrappers, front wrapper torn. Internally fine, uncut. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Madame et Monsieur Cardinal

      Michel Levy Freres, Editeurs, Paris 1872 - Full page pen & ink drawing with water-color before title page signed Ulysse-Roy. Two other black and white illustrations; one is signed in the plate J[ean].Massard and the other is unidentified, both tipped in between the half-title and title page, with two more black & white illustrations by Massard tipped into the text. 256(1) with the 12 original engraved vignettes by Edmond Morin. The first six chapters of this volume are the result of the first two chapters of the volume entitled: (Madame et Monsieur Cardinal (Mr. and Mrs. Cardinal) published in 1872. OCLC records a limited edition of 25 copies of this work with the original 12 vignettes on Chine and tipped in as opposed to only printed above the text. An additional two copies of an unidentified illustrator with tipped in plates between half-title and tile page, although none are included in collation and does not make mention of a color illustration by Ulysse-Roy. Bound in 1/2 blue-gray morocco over decorative paper covered boards, spine lettered and stamped in gilt, decorative endpapers, top edge gilt, original green printed wrappers bound in. some rubbing and minor nicks to boards. A unique collection of artist illustrations.

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         Dictionnaire historique, éthymologique et anecdoticque de l' Argot Parisien. Sixiéme édition des exentricités du langage mise à la hauteur des révolutions du jour. Illustrations de J; Férat et Rychebusch.

      Paris.F. Polo. 16 rue du Croissant ( Au bureau du journal l’ Eclipse). 1872 - In 4 de 2, 236 pp, texte sur deux colonnes, entouré d' un double filet noir. Reliure demi chagrin vert, dos à cinq nerfs, caissons très richement ornés.Filet doré sur les plats. Doré en tête, non rogné. RELIURE DE L EPOQUE. PREMIERE EDITION sous titre et avec les illustrations sur bois de Ferat et Ryckebusch. Un des rares 100 EXEMPLAIRE SUR HOLLANDE justifé ( N° 62) et signé de l' éditeur. Très bel exemplaire ( Voir Brunet suplément 781 et Vicaire Tome V - 41 ). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         La Cuisine Classique Etudes Pratiques Raisonnees et Demonstratives De L'Ecole Francaise Appliquee Au Service a La Russe in Two Volumes

      E Dentu Editeur Palais-Royal, Paris 1872 - VERY HEAVY (5.5kg /10.5lb net) COMPLETE IN TWO VOLUMES FRENCH TEXT. Ouvrage Illustre. De 65 Planches Gravees Hors Texte Embrassant Dans Son Cadre Toutes Les Prescriptions culinaires, D'Apres L'Ordre Et Les Principes De La Grande Cuisine. lxiv, 272, 318 large pages, size 12 inches tall by 9.25 inches.With 63 Steel Engraved Plates as issued - though listed plate #2 'Royal Family' was never included in this edition as it was considered politically insensitive. Each book includes a full Index and List of Illustrations Books - in worn, original paper covered boards with black leather spine. Corners and edges of boards are worn as is the paper covering. Surface cracking to leather at hinges but binding still sound, small piece missing from top of spine, well above lettering and decoration volume I and repair to leather to foot of volume II. Original marbled endpapers. Contents, usual light grubbiness/marking throughout and some staining to first few pages in each volume, as might be expected in any book which has spent years in a busy kitchen. A couple of leaves have small closed tears now professionally repaired with archival tape. One plate is a little worn with a couple of small tears to edges now strengthened/repaired with archival tape. All plates are present -save for the one of the Royal Family which, though listed, was never included in this edition- An impressive, original set of this classic culinary work. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Inventory No: 001992. THESE BOOKS ARE HEAVIER THAN THE AVERAGE UPON WHICH CHARGES ARE BASED AND SO WILL INCUR AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR SHIPPING TO ADDRESSES OUTSIDE THE U.K.

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      London: Chapman & Hall 1872 - First edition, 19 x 12.5cm (8vo), in publisher's emerald fine linen-texture cloth w/gilt ruling & circular device to fr. cover & gilt title to spine, a.e. untrimmed, [i-viii], [1] 2-98, [99-104 publ. cat.] pp. w/frontis & 8 full-page wood engravings by the Dalziels after Hughes. Printed at the Camden Press, London. From the collection of Alan Clodd. Binding Very Good (extremities sl. rubbed, & small stain & vertical string-mark to rear cover); contents Near-Fine (recto of half-title & final page of adverts browned). White 171, Reid 92, Fredeman 48.6 & 93.33, Ray p.103 ("the decorated cover seems to be commoner than the plain cloth binding"--but he neglects to mention that the plain-bound issue, w/its untrimmed edges, is sl. larger in format), de Beaumont 123, Goldman 242. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Title in Japanese:] Eikan taiyaku daigaku. The great learning. Translated by Yoshitaka Seki.

      Yamatoya Kihe, Tokyo 1872 - First edition, 8vo (185 x 120 mm.), 120 double-fold pages, text in Chinese with Japanese reading marks together with an English translation with Japanese pronunciation guide (in Katakana); original yellow wrappers with printed paper label on upper cover, sewn in the Oriental manner; some soiling and wear but generally good or better. Designed as a schoolbook for the learning of the English language. University of Massachusetts at Amherst only in OCLC. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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         Over the Plains, on the Mountains; or, Kansas, Colorado, and the Rocky Mountains; Agriculturally, Mineralogically and Aesthetically Described

      Industrial Age Printing Co. St. Louis, MO: "Industrial Age" Printing Co.. Very Good. 1872. First Edition. Original cloth. A handsome First Edition in Very Good condition with cracked and soiled boards; this copy has two title pages, both with an embossed library stamp. Index. Two pages of advertisements at rear. Original brown cloth; Tice crossed the Great Plains and Colorado to observe the natural resources and agricultural capabilities of the area and to ascertain the state of the branches of industry to which they were adapted, the character of the soil and climate, and the culture. He traveled over the North Missouri, Kansas Pacific, the Colorado Central, the Denver Pacific and the Boulder Valley Railroads .

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         Through the Looking-Glass, and what Alice found there. With. Illustrations by John Tenniel.

      London: Macmillan and Co. but 1871 1872 - First edition, first issue, 8vo, (xii), 224, (4) pp. Black and white illustrations, some occasional light browning, inscription dated "Xmas 1871" to half title, marbled endpapers. Recently rebound in full red morocco, a.e.g., gilt titled spine and ruled borders. A handsome copy. Williams, Madan, Green & Crutch pp.61-8.

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         Dramatists of the Restoration. [Edited by James Maidment and W.H. Logan].

      William Patterson, Edinburgh 1872 - Fourteen volumes. Edinburgh: William Patterson, 1872-79. 1st. 450 small paper copies (of a total issue of 634), printed for subscribers. §Collects the plays of Sir William Davenant, John Crowne, Sir Aston Cokain, John Wilson, Shakerley Marmion, John Lacy, & John Tatham. Still unsuperseded as a source for most of the included authors. Handsomely bound in contemporary half-calf, matching cloth boards, contrasting labels, t.e.g. A very good, bright set, seldom seen. (**PLEASE READ CAREFULLY** - This set will require special carriage arrangements. PLEASE CONTACT US for further details prior to ordering). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         OBRAS MEDICO-QUIRURGICAS. Economia de la salud del cuerpo humano (2 tomos)

      - Ed. Lib. Juan Mariana y Sanz; Valencia. 1872. Castellano. Holandesa con lomo de piel con nervios y decoraciones doradas. 1 vols. 20x14 cm. 388+467 pags. 2 tomos en 1 volumen. Prontuario de secretos caseros, faciles y seguros, sacados y comprados de los Medicos y Cirujanos mas famosos de toda la Europa, con la solicitud y caudales de la dicha insigne Madrona, para curar por si misma en los pobres todo genero de males, aun los que hasta ahora han sido tenidos por incurables. Traducidos conforme a la impresión correcta del frances a la lengua castellana por Francisco Monroi y Olaso. Aumentados con esquisitas recetas miscelaneas, igualmente faciles y seguras. Aun cuando mantiene ligeras manchas de oxido en algunas paginas que no afectan a la lectura, el estado de conservacion es muy bueno. Palau destaca: "Esta traduccion castellana tiene valor comercial, por la buena fama de que goza entre las clases populares y los amigos de la medicina casera.". MEDICINA.

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         De l'électrisation localisée et de son application à la pathologie et à la thérapeutique par courants induits et par courants galvaniques interrompus et continus. 3° édition entièrement refondue.

      P., Baillière, 1872, fort vol. in 8°, de XII-1120pp. ill. de 3 planches h. t. et 255 figures in t., demi-maroquin rouge à grain long moderne, qq. rousseurs sinon bel exemplaire. L'édition la plus complète de cet ouvrage rare rassemblant l'ensemble de ses travaux en électro-pathologie. Les découvertes de Duchenne en électrophysiologie, et leurs applications thérapeutiques font de lui le fondateur de l'électrothérapie. On y trouve la description de la thérapie par faradisation, et la première description de la paralysie des membres dûe à l'écrasement du plexus brachial pendant l'accouchement. ¶ Garrison-Morton 4543.

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         Through the Looking-Glass, and what Alice found there. With... Illustrations by John Tenniel.

      London: Macmillan and Co., 1872 [but 1871]. First edition, first issue, 8vo, (xii), 224, (4) pp. Black and white illustrations, some occasional light browning, inscription dated "Xmas 1871" to half title, marbled endpapers. Recently rebound in full red morocco, a.e.g., gilt titled spine and ruled borders. A handsome copy. Williams, Madan, Green & Crutch pp.61-8.

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         London. A Pilgrimage.

      London: Grant & Co., 1872. First edition, folio, xii, 191, (1) pp. Frontispiece, second title and 52 plates with captioned tissues, plus illustrations in the text, contemporary inscription to fly leaf verso. Original gilt titled maroon cloth with bevelled edges, rebacked retaining the original backstrip, some light rubbing. Very good.

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         Within the Maze. A novel. FIRST EDITION. 3 vols.

      Richard Bentley & Son. 1872 Orig. dark purple cloth, front boards blocked & lettered in black, spines blocked & lettered in black & gilt; spines a little faded, sl. cracking to front inner hinge vol. I.Sadleir 3367, in his first group for rarity; Wolff 7298. With Presentation Inscription from the Author, 'Henry Wood. From Mamma. 1872'.

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         Vergleichende Betrachtungen über neuere geometrische Forschungen.

      Erlangen: Deichert, 1872. First edition, first printing. A fine copy, unopened in original wrappers, of his famous unification of geometry through group theory - the ‘Erlanger Programm - which “was an outstanding landmark in the mathematics of the nineteenth century.” (Bell). Klein’s unification of projective and non-Euclidean geometry “brought full recognition at last to the neglected theories of Bolyai and Lobachevsky. Their logical consistency was now established.” (Struik). Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics, no. 54. “The conceptions grouped together under the name ‘Erlanger Programm’ were presented in 1872 in ‘Vergleichende Betrachtungen über neuere geometrische Forschungen’. This work reveals the early familiarity with the concept of group that Klein acquired chiefly through his contact with Lie and from C. Jordan. The essence of the ‘Erlanger Programm’ is that every geometry known so far is based on a certain group, and the task of the geometry in question consists in setting up the invariants of this group. The geometry with the most general group, which was already known, was topology; it is the geometry of the invariants of the group of all continuous transformations—for example, of the plane. Klein then successively distinguished the projective, the affine, and the equiaffine or principal group of the particular dimension; in certain cases the succeeding group is a subgroup of the previous one. To these groups belong the projective, affine, and equiaffine geometries with their invariants, whereby the equiaffine geometry is the same as the Euclidean elementary geometry. “The non-Euclidean geometries accounted for with the aid of the Cayley-Klein models, as well as the various types of circular and spherical geometries devised by Moebius, Laguerre, and Lie, could likewise be viewed as the invariant theories of certain subgroups of the projective groups. In his later years Klein returned to the ‘Erlanger Programm’ and, in a series of works, showed how theoretical physics, and especially the theory of relativity, which had emerged in the meantime, can be understood on the basis of the ideas presented there. The ‘Programm’ was translated into six languages and guided much work undertaken in the following years: for example, the analytic geometry of Lothar Heffter, school instruction, and the lifelong efforts of W. Blaschke in differential geometry. Only later in the twentieth century was it superseded.” (DSB VII: 397). Rosenfeld, A History of Non-Euclidean Geometry, pp. 338-44; Parkinson, Breakthroughs, p.381; Struik, A Concide History of Mathematics, pp.272; Boyer, A History of Mathematics, pp.592-94; Bell, The Development of Mathematics, pp.444-47; Gray, Worlds out of Nothing, pp.227-29; Klein, Mathematical Thought from Ancient to Modern Times, pp.917-20.8vo: 234 x 153 mm. Original yellow printed wrappers, lower corners slightly chipped, otherwise fine. Uncut and unopened. Rare in such fine condition. 48 pp.

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         Deduction of the Title to Harlem Commons, and Abstract of the Title of Dudley Selden

      New York: De Puy, Holmes & Company 1872. First edition. Contemporary flexible cloth boards. (73)pp. Attractive small broadside for rare bookseller R.D. Cooke, dated July 1886, and advertising this and other books tipped to front pastedown. Possibly Cooke took over the remainder from De Puy, Holmes & Company. Bottom corner a little bumped, tiny tears to the edge of a few pages, very good. OCLC locates a single copy, at AAS.

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         [KANGAROO] The Owl and the Pussy-Cat and other nonsense songs

      London : Cundall and Co., 1872. Oblong folio, original green cloth with gilt pictorial design, all edges gilt, [2], [28] pp, 12 mounted albumen print photographs reproducing Lord Ralph Kerr's illustrations. Re-cased; some restoration to fore-edges, and some still with small amount of loss. A very good copy. National Library of Australia holds the only copy recorded in Australian collections. Rare. The first and only edition of this photographically illustrated version, in all likelihood the earliest such volume for children which relates to Australia. It contains The Owl and the Pussy-Cat; The Duck and the Kangaroo; How the Beasts Got into the Ark. The first two poems are re-printed from "Nonsense Songs and Stories' (1871). See McLean, 'Joseph Cundall : a Victorian publisher', p 91; White, 'From the Mundane to the Magical', p 20.

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         Portrait of a young Chinese man, c 1872

      Albumen print photograph, carte de visite format (100 x 60 mm). The photographer's studio imprint verso gives the address as 324 George Street, Sydney. The company operated at these premises during 1872-73, but during 1872 Beaufoy Merlin also travelled to the New South Wales goldfields (Gulgong, Hill End and nearby towns) at the behest of Bernard Otto Holtermann, a highly successful gold miner and merchant, who had commissioned Merlin and Charles Bayliss to photographically document every aspect of life on the goldfields (see Burke, Keast. "Gold and silver : photographs of Australian goldfields from the Holtermann Collection". Sydney, 1973). Another copy of this photograph, bearing a derogatory, contemporary manuscript title 'All Right' was published in Masterpieces of Australian Photography (Josef Lebovic Gallery, 1989, no. 90)

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         [CIRCUS HISTORY] Caoutchouc, the Hairless Horse

      Albumen print photograph, carte de visite format (103 x 65 mm, loose within original album page window), early 1870s. The album page is inscribed in pencil in period hand: "Hairless Horse which I have handled in Melbourne. Knew the owner. A remarkable freak not a trace of hair even as an eyelash. Sepp. / India rubber Horse entirely Black and Smooth"; the back of the carte de visite is inscribed: "Ballone River Qld". A wood engraving of this horse - whose name was Caoutchouc - by Ebenezer and David Syme (dated July 16, 1872), is held in the collection of the State Library of Victoria, Melbourne. An entry in the Auckland Daily Southern Cross of November 28, 1873, advertises Caoutchouc's arrival and presentation there, as well as giving a brief history of the horse, which was allegedly discovered as a wild brumby near the Balonne River in southeast Queensland, and although used briefly as a working horse was soon sold to an entrepreneur for ten pounds. The article states that the owner will not sell the horse now - even for 1500 pounds - and that having been displayed in exhibitions and fairs in Australia, the horse is now bound for San Francisco, thence to be taken across the United States and ultimately to the United Kingdom. The British Library holds a poster which advertises an appearance of Caoutchouc at the Alexandra Palace, Muswel Hill, London (tentatively dated 1885 but most likely 1875), bearing an image of the horse and the caption " The marvellous equine phenomenon, Caoutchouc or hairless horse. Just imported from Queensland, Australia, and never before Exhibited in England, is on view daily. Admission threepence." The horse's name, deriving from the Tupi (an indigenous language of Brazil) word for "rubber", was clearly intended to describe the appearance and feel of the horse's coat.

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         London And Its Environs.

      London, 1872, original colour, dissected & laid on linen as issued, 1040 x 1300mm A very large and detailed folding map of London in fine original colour. Extending North to South from Crouch End to Norwood and East to West from Charlton to Chiswick, and also showing the railway lines and stations which were developing rapidly at this point. With tables in the border giving details about parishes. HYDE D. & H. No. 415

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         Zur Lehre vom Lichtsinne: 5 of 6 offprints from library of Ernst Mach plus 6 others

      1872-1903 Inscribed to Ernst MachHering, Ewald (1834-1918). Zur Lehre vom Lichtsinne. Erste [- sechste] Mittheilung. Lacking part 2 (Zweite Mittheliung). Offprints from Sitzb. k. Akad. Wiss. 66 (1872); 68 (1873); 69 (1874); 70 (1875). 8vo. 247 x 160 mm. Original wrappers or without wrappers as issued; see list below for details. Part 1 inscribed by Hering to Ernst Mach (1838-1916): "Herrn Prof. Mach Hochachtungsvoll d. V." With: 6 offprints on the physiology of vision, memory, etc., as listed below; probably all presented to Mach by Hering. In original wrappers or without wrappers as issued; see list below for details. Light toning & soiling, a few tiny chips, otherwise fine. With: Outlines of a theory of the light sense. Translated by Leo M. Hurvich and Dorothea Jameson. xxvii, 317pp. Cambridge: Harvard U. P., 1964. 235 x 157 mm. Original cloth, spine a bit faded.

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      New York Appleton (1872) Two folio volumes (10" x 12-1/4") bound in original decorated publisher's morocco. Illustrated with 49 beautiful steel engravings, all tissue guards present, and numerous wood engravings. Mild and typical age toning to the text. Minor rubbing and a few neat repairs to the binding, gilt very strong. Lovely set of this classic illustrated American book

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         The Daily Prayers for American Israelites, as revised in Conference 2) Select Prayers for various occasions in Life, including Burial Service

      Bloch & Co. Cincinnati Bloch & Co. 1872 Second printing vg 12mo. Blind embossed cloth with gilt lettering to spine. 48pp. 271ppp. 1) In Hebrew and English. In Hebrew direction. 2) Only English. In English direction. Pagination meets at intersection of 1) and 2). Original yellow endpapers. Sporadic foxing and some browning to inside of boards and book pages, not affecting text. In Hebrew and English. In very good condition. On the work: Minhag Amerika, which means the "American Rite," was intended to serve as the common prayer book for all of America's Jews. In fact, the community divided among a range of prayer books, traditional and liberal; none became predominant. On the author: Isaac Meyer Wise. (1819-1900)American Reform rabbi, editor, and author; born at Steingrub, Bohemia, March 29, 1819; died at Cincinnati, Ohio, March 26, 1900. He was the son of Leo Wise, a school-teacher, and received his early Hebrew education from his father and grandfather, later continuing his Hebrew and secular studies in Prague. He received the hattarat hora'ah from the Prague bet din, composed of Rabbis Rapoport, Samuel Freund, and E. L. Teweles A pioneer of Reform Judaism in America, Isaac Mayer Wise, a prolific writer, became its acknowledged leader and its institutional architect, organizing the Union of American Hebrew Congregations (1873), the Hebrew Union College (1875), and the Central Conference of American Rabbis (1889). The reforms that he instituted sought to adapt Judaism to modernity and to new conditions of life in a new land. This frontispiece portrait faces the title page of Wise's The Cosmic God, a philosophical work that had its origin in a series of lectures delivered by Wise in the fall and winter of 1874-1875. Wise was also an organizer and mover in the establishment of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, in 1889. Elected its president, he served until he died. This conference adopted the Union Prayer Book that would be used by all Reform congregations. Isaac Mayer Wise died on March 26, 1900. He was a pioneer Reform rabbi who tried to unite American Jewry, as well as a mover in establishing the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Hebrew Union College, and the Central Conference of American Rabbis.

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         Sing-Song, A Nursery-Rhyme Book

      George Routledge and Sons. London: George Routledge and Sons., 1872. First Edition, First Issue. 8vo. Original green cloth with charming gilt illustration and lettering front cover and spine, light yellow endpapers. Superb full-page frontispiece and illustrations every page by ARTHUR HUGHES. 130pp. Two page Routledge ads at back. Covers sl. wear with corners bumped, occasional thumbing, very good and tight internally. A very presentable copy of one of the classic illustrated books by the Pre-Raphaelite circle.

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         A bound collection of coloured botanical specimen plates

      - Rochester, N.Y.: D. M. Dewey, 1872. Oblong octavo. (5 1/4 x 8 3/4 inches). Mounted on guards throughout. 33 plates by Dewey (29 hand-coloured using the pochoir process, 4 printed in colours and finished by hand). Bound to style in brown morocco-backed contemporary red/brown pebble-grained cloth covered boards, the flat spine divided into five compartments by single gilt fillets, lettered in gilt in the second. A fine example of an early seedsman's sample book, containing plates from the publisher who invented the concept: D.M. Dewey. The colouring of the fruits and flowers is particularly strong. The album includes: 7 kinds of apples, 7 pear, 3 peach, 2 plum, 4 grape, 3 of different kinds of soft fruit, 1 chestnut, 3 trees, 1 decorative quince, 1 rose. Most plates place the subjects within a printed blue ornamental border, with the imprint, "Dewey's Pocket Series. Colored From Nature. Copyright secured 1872." Dellon Marcus Dewey "developed and promoted the nurseryman's color plate business in the late 1850s . Besides individual plates, he also carried a selection of ready-made plate books. In the mid-1870s, Dewey disposed of his bookstore to concentrate entirely upon color plates and other supplies for nurserymen. An 1881 volume on the industries of Rochester termed his a unique enterprise . His premises in the Reynolds Arcade were 'spacious and convenient, and here not less than thirty artists and others are employed in making drawings, paintings, etchings, photographs'" (K.S. Kabelac "Nineteenth Century Rochester Fruit and Flower Plates" in The University of Rochester Library Bulletin (1982), vol .XXXV. p.97). Cf. Karl Sanford Kabelac `Nineteenth-Century Rochester Fruit and Flower Plates' in The University of Rochester Library Bulletin (1982) vol. XXXV, pp. 93-114; cf. Sandra Raphael, An Oak Spring Pomona, 65; cf. W.S. Reese. Stamped with a National Character: Nineteenth Century American Color Plate Books 72. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         The WORKS Of CHARLES DICKENS. Household Edition.

      Harper & Brothers, Publishers. 1872 - 1877, New York: - Illustrated by divers artists, including the Americans Abbey, Frost, Nast, & Reinhart. This edition by Harpers modeled after the earlier Chapman & Hall/D. Appleton issue, but entirely reset by Harpers & utilizing many American artists to illustrate the works (cf. Gimbel D68). Modest dusting to top edges. Light shelf wear. Overall, a fresh & BRIGHT Nr Fine set. Original publisher's green highly decorative cloth with gilt stamped lettering & designs. 10" x 7". PP, OCS & ED are 1st printings of this edition. 16 volumes, complete. Text printed double column. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There

      Boston: Lee & Shepard; New York: Lee, Shepard, and Dillingham 1872 - 8vo., red cloth stamped in gilt, with pictorial devices of queens on covers; professionally rebacked with a touch of rubbing to the extremities. First American edition, first issue, with misprint "wade" on page 21; fifty woodcut illustrations by John Tenniel. From the library of Thomas Wentworth Higginson (1823-1911), with the Unitarian minister's ownership signature "Higginson" on the front flyleaf. One of abolitionist John Brown's secret backers, Higginson wrote numerous articles and books, publicly advocated disunion, commanded the First South Carolina Volunteers (the first government-authorized regiment of ex-slaves mustered into the Union army), and inspirited the reclusive poet Emily Dickinson. An extraordinary association copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Lemerre 1872 - - Lemerre, Paris _1872, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition parue la même année que l'originale. Précieux envoi de l'auteur à Hector Giacomelli. Infimes piqûres sans gravité en tête du dos et sur quelques feuillets, sinon agréable exemplaire. Autographes d'exception [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Rough Notes of a Journey through the Wilderness, from Trinidad to Pará, Brazil, by way of the Great Cataracts of the Orinoco, Atabapo, and Rio Negro. With Illustrations drawn on the spot by the Author.

      London: W.H.J. Carter, 1872. - First edition. 8vo; pp. xiv, (4), 301. Publisher's dark brown cloth with gilt titles and illustration to spine, same illustration blind stamped to centre of upper, blind stamped frieze to boards. Inscribed by the publisher, W.H.J. Carter, the Author's father in law, to his brother in law, dated June 30, 1873. Binding and gilt rubbed; recased; very light occasional markings. With a frontispiece and 15 lithographic plates. 'Sir Henry Alexander Wickham (May 29, 1846 – September 27, 1928) was an explorer, author, plant collector and planter, and a pioneer of the British and Colonial rubber industry in the 19th century. He was responsible for gathering 70,000 seeds from Brazil's rubber-bearing tree, Hevea brasiliensis, in 1876. These he accompanied to the Kew's Royal Botanic Gardens from where seedlings were dispatched to Malasia, Africa, Batavia, and other tropical destinations, thus dooming the Amazonian rubber boom. As a direct result Malaya (now Malaysia) was soon to become the biggest producer of rubber. An important and rare text - the first we have seen in 10 years - let alone with such an inscription. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Asher & Adams' New Commercial Topographical and Statistical Atlas and Gazetteer of the United States: With Maps Showing The Dominion of Canada, Europe and the World comprising a concise description and the location of cities, villages, post-offices, railroad stations etc., with populations of such as are officially reported by the latest government census, comprehensive statistical tables of the United States and the several countries of the world

      Asher & Adams, New York 1872 - First edition, 1872. Half leather folio, 253 + 54pp. Replete with hand coloured maps of geography around the globe, with focus on North America, with each state's description and amentities parsed into sections with accompanying map. With extra, unpaginated map of Rhode Island, not accountented for on contents page. Beveled boards with gilt ruling and title, 4 raised spine bands. Rubber wear the the raised bands and corner, small chip to the inner edge of the cover cloth were it meets the leather spine. Contents are in near fine condition, bright and unmarked, sturdy and firmly bound. An excellent copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Annali di Citeriore Calabria dal 1806 al 1811.

      Cosenza, Migliaccio, 1872. Due volumi in 8vo; pp. 676 ed errata. Esemplare a fogli chiusi. Cop. edit. Cat. Platneriana, pag. 78.

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         Under the Greenwood Tree a Rural Painting of the Dutch School (Very Early Printing 1876)

      Henry Holt & Company, New York 1872 - LEISURE HOUR SERIES. ORIGINAL BINDING. This is the "linen-duster" cover in which Messrs. Henry Holt & Co. bound their Leisure Hour series. The cloth is light drab linen, cool and inviting as a hammock, and is stamped in black, the title enclosed in a single border line, with a cobweb and a leisurely spider in the lower right-hand corner. This book was published in 1872, and since then the art of designing ornamental covers has flourished like a bay-tree; yet it is doubtful if any more popular cover has been made. It seems exactly suited to its use. shell, acorn and spider in each corner. . T. Hardy is on the front board. Copyright date is 1872, this is a very early printing for two reasons. There are two dates in the advertising pages in the front and back of the book both dated 1876, ALSO the list of Hardy's books gives the latest book "The Hand of Ethelberta" as the latest book he wrote up until then, which was published in 1876. Darkening to spine cover, some soiling to boards, rubbing to extremities. Printing very VIVID. BRIGHT. Interior Pages FINE with NO foxing, NO writing, NO tears. Red printing to ads on endpapers. Happy to send detailed photographs on request. 269 pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Alexander Moore Boston:: Alexander Moore,. 1872.. Royal 8vo. 10-3/4" x 2nd edition (Cowan II, p. 333 [for the 3rd & 1st editions, incorrectly stating the 1st published in 1872]; Currey & Kruska 225; Farquhar 10b). xii, [13] - 79, [1 (blank)] pp. Each page of text with a red-rule perimeter border.. Original publisher's purple cloth, with elaborate black & gilt stamping to front board & spine. Back board stamped in blind only. Bevelled edges. AEG. Yellow eps.. Spine & board edges sunned. Modern poi to ffep inked-out. Usual. light foxing to paper, though photographs clear & sharp. Withal, a. solid VG copy.. The work based on the author's first visit to Yosemite Valley. Per C & K, "one of the better early guide books to the Yosemite region." This second editon adds two additional chapters, "The Yosemite in 1872." and "The Recent Earthquake in Yosemite." not found in the first edition published the year prior. . Illustrated with 10 albumen photographs taken by John P. Soule. Image tissue guards. 2 maps. 3 intratextual cuts [pp 48-50]. NB. See C&K for a discussion on Soule as photographer... or perhaps not.

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