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für Bücher die in folgendem Jahr publiziert wurden 1769
2017-12-14 17:12:44
HANDEL, George Frideric 1685-1759
London: Printed for William Randall Successor to the late Mr. J. Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand, 1769. First complete edition. Smith no. 4. BUC p. 435. RISM H637. "Many of the pages are from the plates as issued in Walsh's [earlier] editions, but with extra bass figurings, and with the original pagination and singers' names cleaned off. The earliest copies of Randall's 'Judas Maccabaeus' contain the Houbraken portrait in untouched condition such as it was originally issued by Walsh with 'Alexander's Feast', the plate not being used for Randall and Abell's 'Messiah' (1767) but in later issues of that work and other Randall scores after 'Judas Maccabaeus'." Smith p. 114. Judas Maccabaeus was first performed in London at Covent Garden on April 1, 1747 to text by Thomas Morell based on biblical incidents. Composed to celebrate the English victory at Culloden and the return to London of the victorious general, the Duke of Cumberland, in celebration of his suppression of the 1745 rebellion, it contains the noted chorus 'See, the conquering hero comes'. "It was highly successful and proved to be one of the most enduringly popular of the oratorios, though the alterations made for later revivals tended to emphasize its jubilant and military elements rather than the pleas for reconciliation and peace which Morell had thoughtfully incorporated and Handel had carefully set. The early performances also included a concerto for orchestra with two wind groups, the first of three such works partly but very effectively arranged from earlier music (especially choruses). The seas … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC
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2017-12-14 17:12:44
HANDEL, George Frideric 1685-1759
Printed for William Randall Successor to the late Mr. J. Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand, London 1769 - Tall folio. Half dark brown calf with marbled boards, raised bands on spine in blind ruled compartments, dark red leather title label gilt. 1f. (recto blank, verso fine frontispiece portrait of Handel engraved by Houbraken), 1f. (recto title, verso blank), 1f. ("A List of the Subscribers"), 1f. (recto index, verso blank), 208 pp. List of subscribers and index typeset, title and music engraved. Subscribers included the King and Queen, Samuel Arnold, [Thomas] Attwood, Charles Burney, Thomas Greene, Dr. Hayes, Charles Jennens, and Thomas Linley. Binding slightly worn, rubbed, and bumped. Title with minor browning and foxing; very occasional soiling and light foxing to margins; edges slightly soiled; brief annotations in red ink to pastedown endpapers.An exceptionally attractive, fresh, wide-margined copy. First complete edition. Smith no. 4. BUC p. 435. RISM H637. "Many of the pages are from the plates as issued in Walsh's [earlier] editions, but with extra bass figurings, and with the original pagination and singers' names cleaned off. The earliest copies of Randall's 'Judas Maccabaeus' contain the Houbraken portrait in untouched condition such as it was originally issued by Walsh with 'Alexander's Feast', the plate not being used for Randall and Abell's 'Messiah' (1767) but in later issues of that work and other Randall scores after 'Judas Maccabaeus'." Smith p. 114. Judas Maccabaeus was first performed in London at Covent Garden on April 1, 1747 to text by Thomas … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS LLC
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2017-12-14 17:12:44
HANDEL, George Frideric 1685-1759
London: Printed for William Randall Successor to the late Mr. J. Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand, 1769. First complete edition. Smith no. 4. BUC p. 435. RISM H637. "Many of the pages are from the plates as issued in Walsh's [earlier] editions, but with extra bass figurings, and with the original pagination and singers' names cleaned off. The earliest copies of Randall's 'Judas Maccabaeus' contain the Houbraken portrait in untouched condition such as it was originally issued by Walsh with 'Alexander's Feast', the plate not being used for Randall and Abell's 'Messiah' (1767) but in later issues of that work and other Randall scores after 'Judas Maccabaeus'." Smith p. 114. Judas Maccabaeus was first performed in London at Covent Garden on April 1, 1747 to text by Thomas Morell based on biblical incidents. Composed to celebrate the English victory at Culloden and the return to London of the victorious general, the Duke of Cumberland, in celebration of his suppression of the 1745 rebellion, it contains the noted chorus 'See, the conquering hero comes'. "It was highly successful and proved to be one of the most enduringly popular of the oratorios, though the alterations made for later revivals tended to emphasize its jubilant and military elements rather than the pleas for reconciliation and peace which Morell had thoughtfully incorporated and Handel had carefully set. The early performances also included a concerto for orchestra with two wind groups, the first of three such works partly but very effectively arranged from earlier music (especially choruses). The seas … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC
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2017-12-13 20:49:20
Ziegler, Johann Heinrich aus Winterthur
Basel, Schweighauser. Disputatio: 1769-05-23; 1 Bl., 68 S., 2 Falttaf. mit Darstellung des Papinschen Dampfkochtopfes, 21 x 17,5 cm, bildhafte Vignette, florale Initiale, wiss. Anmerkungen, mehrere Tabellen, deutsche Einschübe, Staubrand, Bibliotheksstempel, papierbedingt leicht gebräunt, leicht stockfleckig. Ziegler (1738-1818) war Chemiker, Arzt, Unternehmer, Übersetzer und Prediger. Mitbegründer der ersten chemischen Fabrik in der Schweiz. Sprache: lat Erstausgabe. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Antiquar: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat Köln [Köln, Germany]
2017-12-12 14:45:07
Niccolò Macchiavelli
COSMOPOLI, 1769. ITALIANO 0,36 Volume della seconda metà del XVIII secolo in 8°, buono stato, coperta rigida in pergamena, sul dorso due tasselli in pelle con decorazioni e caratteri incisi in oro, macchie, bordo e punte leggermente consumati, tracce di fioritura sparsa, tagli, puntinati in rosso e nero, appena bruniti, pagine in ottimo stato, risguardia, fogli di guardia e controguardia bruniti. Presenta proemio dedicato a Lorenzo di Filippo Strozzi, segnatura dei fascicoli e richiami. Tra le pagine 220 e 221, I tavola, fuori formato e testo, ben piegata, intitolata "Figura che dimostra la forma del'alloggiamento". Con bel finalino ed elaborata testatina incisi in nero. USATO
Antiquar: Biblioteca di Babele
2017-12-12 14:33:16
lawrence sterne
gauguery. 2 tomes edition originale de 1769 Tres rare édition de ce roman romantique reliure plein cuir dos à 5 nerfs avec tranches rouges [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Antiquar: MBLIVRES [orleans, France]
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2017-12-10 17:51:37
mit beiden Geheimen Anhängen!:
Wien, Trattner, 1769 - berühmtes und bedeutendes Dokument der Rechtsgeschichte mit den berüchtigten Tafeln, auf denen Foltermethoden detailliert beschrieben werden. Mit den seltenen beiden Anhängen "Instruction zur Theresianisch-peinlichen Gerichtsordnung, für alle Teutsch-erbländische Hals- und Landgerichten, und überhaupt für alle Criminal-Richtere" und "Geheime Anmerkungen ad Constutitionem nostram criminalem Theresianam oder zu Unser neuen peinlichen Gerichtsordnung für Unsere Teutsch-erbländische Malefiz=Obergerichten, und die mit peinlicher Gerichtsbarkeit begabte unmittelbare Länderstellen". In der "Instruction." wird minutiös der Ablauf der einzelnen Foltermaßnahmen festgelegt, wobei genau darauf geachtet wird, welches Verfahren dem Inquisiten am meisten Schmerz bereitet, ohne ihn aber massiv gesundheitlich zu schädigen (bei der "Aufziehung auf die Leiter" sollen beispielsweise die Schultergelenke ausgerenkt, die Arme aber nicht gebrochen werden). In den "Geheimen Anmerkungen." werden Regeln zusammengefaßt, die ausschließlich für die oberen Gerichte bestimmt sind und in denen beispielsweise geregelt wird, dass ein zum Tode auf dem Scheiterhaufen verurteilter Täter vor dem Feuer vom Scharfrichter am Pfahl erwürgt wird; diese "Milde" soll aber weder dem Täter noch dem Publikum bekannt gemacht werden! - Sorgfältig gereinigt. Titel noch gering fingerfleckig, mit alter handschriftlicher Signatur u. 2 gelöschten Stempeln, 1 Bl. in der oberen Ecke gering fleckig. Insgesamt feines Exemplar von herausragender Qualität und mit den beiden geheimen Anhängen, die fast immer fehl … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Dr. Karl Böker
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2017-12-10 17:51:37
mit beiden Geheimen Anhängen!:
Wien, Trattner, 1769. Folio. Moderner Leder mit linearer Blindprägung u. blindgeprägtem Rückentitel (Rücken etwas verblaßt). 8 Bl., 282, LVI S. u. Bl.; 10 S. (Geheime Anmerckungen), 20 S. (Instruction). Mit 27 ganzseitigen Textkupfern u. 3 gefalteten Kupfertafeln berühmtes und bedeutendes Dokument der Rechtsgeschichte mit den berüchtigten Tafeln, auf denen Foltermethoden detailliert beschrieben werden. Mit den seltenen beiden Anhängen \"Instruction zur Theresianisch-peinlichen Gerichtsordnung, für alle Teutsch-erbländische Hals- und Landgerichten, und überhaupt für alle Criminal-Richtere\" und \"Geheime Anmerkungen ad Constutitionem nostram criminalem Theresianam oder zu Unser neuen peinlichen Gerichtsordnung für Unsere Teutsch-erbländische Malefiz=Obergerichten, und die mit peinlicher Gerichtsbarkeit begabte unmittelbare Länderstellen\". In der \"Instruction...\" wird minutiös der Ablauf der einzelnen Foltermaßnahmen festgelegt, wobei genau darauf geachtet wird, welches Verfahren dem Inquisiten am meisten Schmerz bereitet, ohne ihn aber massiv gesundheitlich zu schädigen (bei der \"Aufziehung auf die Leiter\" sollen beispielsweise die Schultergelenke ausgerenkt, die Arme aber nicht gebrochen werden). In den \"Geheimen Anmerkungen...\" werden Regeln zusammengefaßt, die ausschließlich für die oberen Gerichte bestimmt sind und in denen beispielsweise geregelt wird, dass ein zum Tode auf dem Scheiterhaufen verurteilter Täter vor dem Feuer vom Scharfrichter am Pfahl erwürgt wird; diese \"Milde\" soll aber weder dem Täter noch dem Publikum bekannt gemacht werden! - Sorgfältig g … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Versandantiquariat Am Osning
2017-12-09 23:00:00
(HARVEY, Gideon)
W. Nicoll. [1769] WITH: an Historical Narrative of the Great Plague at Lond, 1665. W. Nicoll. [1769]. [iv], 100; vii, 456pp. 2 vols in 1. Nineteenth century half calf, marbled boards; hinges weakening.ESTC t57203 & T127645. Both are quite scarce, the second title at BL, Birmingham & Wellcome only in the UK.
Antiquar: Jarndyce Rare Books [UK]
2017-12-09 21:29:03
Bielke Niccolò, de
Generoso Salomoni, 1769. 8vo (cm. 20,4), XVI-189(1) pp. con il ritratto f.t. dell’A. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titolo oro su tassello dipinto al ds. Fori di tarlo e piccole lacune al ds. Ottimi interni. Tagli colorati. Raro. Non in Rossetti.
Antiquar: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.
2017-12-09 12:23:27
HANDEL, George Frederic 1685-1759
London: Printed for William Randall Successor to the late Mr. J. Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand, [1769]. Tall folio. Half dark brown calf with marbled boards, raised bands on spine in blind ruled compartments, dark red leather title label gilt. 1f. (recto blank, verso fine frontispiece portrait of Handel engraved by Houbraken), 1f. (recto title, verso blank), 1f. ("A List of the Subscribers"), 1f. (recto index, verso blank), 208 pp. List of subscribers and index typeset, title and music engraved. Subscribers included the King and Queen, Samuel Arnold, [Thomas] Attwood, Charles Burney, Thomas Greene, Dr. Hayes, Charles Jennens, and Thomas Linley. Binding slightly worn, rubbed, and bumped. Title with minor browning and foxing; very occasional soiling and light foxing to margins; edges slightly soiled; brief annotations in red ink to pastedown endpapers. An exceptionally attractive, fresh, wide-margined copy. First complete edition. Smith no. 4. BUC p. 435. RISM H637. "Many of the pages are from the plates as issued in Walsh's [earlier] editions, but with extra bass figurings, and with the original pagination and singers' names cleaned off. The earliest copies of Randall's 'Judas Maccabaeus' contain the Houbraken portrait in untouched condition such as it was originally issued by Walsh with 'Alexander's Feast', the plate not being used for Randall and Abell's 'Messiah' (1767) but in later issues of that work and other Randall scores after 'Judas Maccabaeus'." Smith p. 114. Judas Maccabaeus was first performed in London at Covent Garden on April 1, 1747 to tex … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS [USA]
2017-12-09 03:57:40
MIRABEAU (Victor de Riqueti, marquis de)
A Amsterdam et se trouve à Paris, chez Lacombe. 1769, 1769, , deux parties en un volume in-12, VIII-XVI-366 (i.e. 310, les pages 305 à 310 étant numérotées 361 à 366), un feuillet blanc ; [4]-387 pages, basane havane de l'époque, Édition définitive, parue la même année que l'édition originale in-4 ; sans les parties 3 et 4 qui parurent en 1771. La réunion des 4 volumes est très rare et la plupart des exemplaires ne referment que les deux premiers volumes. Rare et important ouvrage économique du physiocrate Victor Riqueti, marquis de Mirabeau, auteur avec François Quesnay de L'Ami des Hommes (1756) : ce dernier a pris part à la révision des Économiques, comme à la plupart des textes publiés par Mirabeau. Le texte est conçu comme un dialogue entre L'ami Des Hommes et Antoine, enfant de 15 ans, et s'adresse à l'instruction de la classe productive et de la classe des propriétaires ; il s'inspire du Dialogues sur le commerce des blés de Galiani. Reliure restaurée. Quérard VI, p. 154. Tchémerzine IV, p. 754, b
Antiquar: Librairie Alain Brieux [FR]
2017-12-09 03:57:38
ROUBO (André-Jacob)
Chez Roubo. 1769-1775, 1769-1775, in-folio, 5 volumes de I : (2), 151 pp, 1 bl, 170 pl, 2bl. ; II : (2), de 153 à 452 pp. ; III : de 453 à 598 pp, pl. 171 à 221 pp, (2), de 600 à 762 pp, pl. 222 à 276 ; IV : de 763 à 1036 pp, pl. 277 à 337 ; V : IV, (1), de 1038 à 1312 pp, pl. 107 bis puis, 4 vol. en plein veau glacé, dos à nerfs orné de motifs floraux, 1 vol. demi-basane grenat à l'imitation, dos à caissons fleuronnés, pièces de titre et de tomaisons, Rare. Bel exemplaire de la première édition du «Roubo » considéré, encore aujourd'hui, comme le meilleur traité de menuiserie bois traditionnelle. Il développe et discute en détail les savoirs techniques des métiers de la menuiserie qui était, sous Louis XV, dans son âge d'or. En quatre parties, dont la troisième est la plus développée, il traite de Menuiserie dormante et ouvrante, du Carrossier, du Fabricant en meubles, de l'Ébéniste et du Treillageur. Le traité de Roubo est de facto le gardien des « règles de l'art ». Déchirure en tête p.139 du premier tome, sans manque de texte. Fortes rousseurs sur la planche 82. Tâches d'humidité. Lacune à la page 215-216 (tome II) sans atteinte au texte, trou de vers en fin du second volume, en bas de page. Reliure hétérogène, néanmoins un bel exemplaire. Quelques coiffes de tête abîmées, coins du volume à l'imitation usés. Rare
Antiquar: Librairie Alain Brieux [FR]
2017-12-08 23:32:25
Lyttelton, Lord George
J. Dodsley, London, 1769. Gouveneur Morris's copy, EACH signed by Morris on the front free end paper and with his armorial bookplate each of the front paste downs. Morris was a signatory to the Articles of Confederation and the United States Constitution. He also wrote the Preamble to the United States Constitution and has been called the "penman of the constitution." James Madison explained that "the finish given to the style and arrangement of the Constitution fairly belongs to the pen of Mr. Morris." Four volumes, viii, 487, & [iv],517, & [iv], 496, & [iv], 476 pp. Octavo, leather, text slightly darkened and bindings dry & rubbed or scuffed with several hinges partly or fully severed, minor library markings. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Antiquar: Nelson Rare Books, IOBA [Haddonfield, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-12-08 12:39:04
John Bush, of Tunbridge Wells]
W. Flexney, London 1769 - [1769], First UK Edition. xvi, 143 pp. This copy includes 4 of the 6 folding plates. The fold-out frontis of Dublin is included, as is one of the causeway images, the Powerscourt Waterfall and the plan of Lake Kilarny. Text is complete. Hardcover, 8vo., contemporary 1/2 leather, gilt title. Good. Front board detached but present; loss to leather spine; lacks front blank. Old ink notes to title page and less than 5 pages; edges likely trimmed; minor foxing. Frontis plates with 4-inch split along one of the folds, but secure and complete. A worn and incomplete copy of a rare book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Antiquar: Caliban Books Pittsburgh PA, ABAA
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2017-12-08 12:39:04
[John Bush, of Tunbridge Wells]
London: W. Flexney, 1769. First UK edition. Hardcover. Good. [1769], First UK Edition. xvi, 143 pp. This copy includes 4 of the 6 folding plates. The fold-out frontis of Dublin is included, as is one of the causeway images, the Powerscourt Waterfall and the plan of Lake Kilarny. Text is complete. Hardcover, 8vo., contemporary 1/2 leather, gilt title. Good. Front board detached but present; loss to leather spine; lacks front blank. Old ink notes to title page and less than 5 pages; edges likely trimmed; minor foxing. Frontis plates with 4-inch split along one of the folds, but secure and complete. A worn and incomplete copy of a rare book.
Antiquar: Caliban Books [U.S.A.]
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2017-12-08 11:48:07
ANONYM)
Wien, Trattner, 1769. In-4, Titel, 7 nn Bll, 282 pp, LVI mit 30 ganzseitigen (davon 3 mehrfach gefalteten) Kupferstichen, 20 pp. Lederband der Zeit auf 7 Bünden. Einband beriebenund angestaubt. Rückenkanten mit kleinen Einrissen. Leicht gebräunt, Titel des Anhanges mit Ausschnitt am unteren Rand. Hayn-Gotendodf V,451; Lipperheide Pi 7. Slg. Mayer 2711. Mit dem ersten (von 2) Anhängen. Die Kupfer in starken Abdrücken. Bücher [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Antiquar: Antiquariat Mag. Michael Bauer [Wien, Austria]
2017-12-08 09:47:08
Gandini, Carlo
per Adamo Scionico sulla piazza di S. Lorenzo, In Genova, 1769. 4to (190x136 mm), contemporary full vellum binding with gilt title at spine (partially lacking), blue sprinkled edges; pp. VII, [1], 296, [2] leaves of folding plates. Xyl. head-letters. Uncommon first edition of an important source for the history of the examination of the wrist, written by Carlo Gandini, a Genoese doctor, who applied himself with passion to the physical studies. In this discussion on the doctrine of the wrist there are ample references to the Chinese and Asian medicine, the diagnostic methods and to alteration of each internal organ characteristics. References: IT\ICCU\TO0E\008496. OCLC, 776778183. Cond.: Traces of use to the binding (lack of a little portion of the spine). Overall, a very good copy. 405g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Antiquar: Books and collectibles di Paola Suaria [Villafranca di Verona, VR, Italy]
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2017-12-07 21:48:45
GLUCK, Christoph Willibald 1714-1787
Vienna: Giovannni Tomaso de Trattnern, 1769. Folio. Early marbled paper boards. 1f. (recto title, verso blank), 1f. (recto half-title, verso blank), 1f. (recto "Mutazioni di Scene," verso "Balli Pantomimi," and "Balli Balati"), 233, [i] (blank) pp. Printed typographically throughout. Text in Italian with underlying German translation in pencil to first approximately 30 pp. With a long inscription signed by the Italian conductor Tullio Serafin (1878-1968) in blue ink to fellow-conductor and vocal coach Luigi Ricci (1893-1981) dated Rome, January, 1950 to lower portion of half-title. Boards somewhat worn, rubbed, and bumped. Minor wear and soiling; pp. 24 and 25 mispaginated; small circular collection stamp to lower outer corners throughout carefully removed but with resulting slight paper damage. First Edition. Hopkinson 37A. Wotquenne 37 (pp. 207-208). Hirsch II 261. Sonneck: Dramatic Music p. 55. Hoboken Vol. 5, 2. Lesure p. 236. BUC p. 385. RISM G2661. Alceste, an opera in three acts with text by R. de Calzabigi and a ballet by Noverre, was first performed on December 26th 1767 at the Burgtheater in Vienna. It was revised by Gluck for a performance in Paris on April 23rd 1776. "Alceste, as it stands in the first [present] version, is the pinnacle of Gluck's achievement in purely Italian opera." Cooper: Gluck, p. 136. "Gluck himself stressed the nature of Alceste as a `reform opera' by providing, in the preface dedicating the printed score to the Grand Duke Leopold, a discussion that goes far beyond the conventional...That key document, at once a manifesto and a de … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS [USA]
2017-12-07 20:08:39
Harington, John.
1769. London: W. Frederick, 1769. 2 vols. 12mo: [1] folding frontis, 210, [22] appendix pp; [1] folding frontis, [1] dedication, [3] to the reader, [4] contents, 263, [3] ads pp. Volume 1 contains folding plate opposite p. 134. Marbled boards in half calf, slightly worn. Gilt ruling on boards, paneled backstrip with title and decorations in gilt. Armorial bookplate of sir Edward W. Watkin in front pastedown of each vol. Headcap of vol. 2 damaged, front joints of each show some wear. § A posthumous collection of the writings of Sir John Harington (1561-1612) compiled and published here by one of his descendants, the Rev. Henry Harington (1727-1816). "[Harignton] wrote easily, and certainly was not a hero to himself. The most intimate facts of his domestic life afforded him materials for an epigram, and his frankness was entire. Hence he gives a living picture of life and society in his times, and abounds in incidental stories which throw great light upon many prominent persons". (Dictionary of National Biography).
Antiquar: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [U.S.A.]
2017-12-07 18:31:33
Ohne Autor.
Bayreuth. Georg Friedrich Langbein (Drucker).(1769). 34 x 19 cm. 48 Seiten. Zeitgenössischer Pappband. Gut erhalten. Titel mit Vignette, mit mehreren Tabellen und Listen. - Die Jagdordnung wurde erlassen und unterzeichnet von Alexander, Marggraf zu Brandenburg. Enthalten sind ausserdem Modelle für "Wildprets - Rechnung" " Pürsch - Verzeichnung" und " Wildprets - Tax ", eine Verordnung zur Bestrafung von Wildbahn - Frvel sowie den Jägern zustehende Diaeten. -- Exlibris; Hans Dedi. -- Beiliegt die Original Rechnung aus dem Jahre 1981 (DM 1200,00) der Firma Kistner, Nürnberg. Versand D: 3,00 EUR 18. Jahrhundert; Ansbach-Bayreuth (Fürstentum); Brandenburg; Jagd; Sachsen
Antiquar: P. u. P. Hassold OHG [Dinkelscherben, Germany]
2017-12-07 18:31:33
Ohne Autor.
Bayreuth. Georg Friedrich Langbein (Drucker).(1769). 34 x 19 cm. 48 Seiten. Zeitgenössischer Pappband. Gut erhalten. Titel mit Vignette, mit mehreren Tabellen und Listen. - Die Jagdordnung wurde erlassen und unterzeichnet von Alexander, Marggraf zu Brandenburg. Enthalten sind ausserdem Modelle für \"Wildprets - Rechnung\" \" Pürsch - Verzeichnung\" und \" Wildprets - Tax \", eine Verordnung zur Bestrafung von Wildbahn - Frvel sowie den Jägern zustehende Diaeten. -- Exlibris; Hans Dedi. -- Beiliegt die Original Rechnung aus dem Jahre 1981 (DM 1200,00) der Firma Kistner, Nürnberg. Versand D: 6,00 EUR 18. Jahrhundert; Ansbach-Bayreuth (Fürstentum); Brandenburg; Jagd; Sachsen
Antiquar: P.u.P. Hassold OHG
2017-12-07 12:38:55
LA GUERINIERE - ROBUCHON de La GUERINIERE, François, Ecuyer du Roy( 8 mai 1688,2 juillet 1751 - Obtint en 1715 son brevet d' Ecuyer du Roy, vint à Paris diriger son Académie d' Equitation. Sa réputation d' écuyer et de professeur hors pair lui valut, en 1730, d' être nommé directeur du Manège des Tuileries par le Grand Ecuyer de France, le prince Charles de Lorraine, Comte d' Armagnac).
PARIS, Par la Compagnie - 1769 - Complet en 2 volumes - In-8 - Reliures plein veau d'époque (légères épidermures) - Dos à 5 nerfs à caissons fleuronnés dorés - Pièces de titre & tomaison cerise - Toutes tranches rouges - Filets sur les tranches - Gardes marbrées - Frontispices - 4 planches dépliantes (dont 1 déchirée mais complète), illustrations hors texte - 319 & 299 pages - Très propres, Bel exemplaireEnvoi rapide et soigné -Les tarifs postaux sont indiqués à titre indicatif.
Antiquar: A l's.p.rance [France, Saint-Derrien]
2017-12-07 12:38:55
GLUCK, Christoph Willibald 1714-1787
Vienna: Giovannni Tomaso de Trattnern, 1769. First Edition. Hopkinson 37A. Wotquenne 37 (pp. 207-208). Hirsch II 261. Sonneck: Dramatic Music p. 55. Hoboken Vol. 5, 2. Lesure p. 236. BUC p. 385. RISM G2661. Alceste, an opera in three acts with text by R. de Calzabigi and a ballet by Noverre, was first performed on December 26th 1767 at the Burgtheater in Vienna. It was revised by Gluck for a performance in Paris on April 23rd 1776. "Alceste, as it stands in the first [present] version, is the pinnacle of Gluck's achievement in purely Italian opera." Cooper: Gluck, p. 136. "Gluck himself stressed the nature of Alceste as a `reform opera' by providing, in the preface dedicating the printed score to the Grand Duke Leopold, a discussion that goes far beyond the conventional...That key document, at once a manifesto and a defense...is a sharp repudiation of the theory, practice and conventions of the old "opera seria" represented in its final phase by Metastasio and his favourite composer, Hasse." Grove VI, Vol. 7, pp. 463 and 467. The document referred to above is one of the most important statements in the history of opera; it appears on both sides of the sixth leaf of the score (see Grove for a more detailed discussion of this document's significance).. Folio. Early marbled paper boards. 1f. (recto title, verso blank), 1f. (recto half-title, verso blank), 1f. (recto "Mutazioni di Scene," verso "Balli Pantomimi," and "Balli Balati"), 233, [i] (blank) pp. Printed typographically throughout. Text in Italian with underlying German translation in pencil to fir … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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2017-12-07 08:30:13
GLUCK, Christoph Willibald 1714-1787
Giovannni Tomaso de Trattnern, Vienna, 1769. Folio. Early marbled paper boards. 1f. (recto title, verso blank), 1f. (recto half-title, verso blank), 1f. (recto "Mutazioni di Scene," verso "Balli Pantomimi," and "Balli Balati"), 233, [i] (blank) pp. Printed typographically throughout. Text in Italian with underlying German translation in pencil to first approximately 30 pp. With a long inscription signed by the Italian conductor Tullio Serafin (1878-1968) in blue ink to fellow-conductor and vocal coach Luigi Ricci (1893-1981) dated Rome, January, 1950 to lower portion of half-title. Boards somewhat worn, rubbed, and bumped. Minor wear and soiling; pp. 24 and 25 mispaginated; small circular collection stamp to lower outer corners throughout carefully removed but with resulting slight paper damage. First Edition. Hopkinson 37A. Wotquenne 37 (pp. 207-208). Hirsch II 261. Sonneck: Dramatic Music p. 55. Hoboken Vol. 5, 2. Lesure p. 236. BUC p. 385. RISM G2661. Alceste, an opera in three acts with text by R. de Calzabigi and a ballet by Noverre, was first performed on December 26th 1767 at the Burgtheater in Vienna. It was revised by Gluck for a performance in Paris on April 23rd 1776. "Alceste, as it stands in the first [present] version, is the pinnacle of Gluck's achievement in purely Italian opera." Cooper: Gluck, p. 136. "Gluck himself stressed the nature of Alceste as a `reform opera' by providing, in the preface dedicating the printed score to the Grand Duke Leopold, a discussion that goes far beyond the conventional.That key document, at once a manifesto and a defense.is a … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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2017-12-07 01:19:39
GLUCK, Christoph Willibald 1714-1787
Vienna: Giovannni Tomaso de Trattnern, 1769. First Edition. Hopkinson 37A. Wotquenne 37 (pp. 207-208). Hirsch II 261. Sonneck: Dramatic Music p. 55. Hoboken Vol. 5, 2. Lesure p. 236. BUC p. 385. RISM G2661. Alceste, an opera in three acts with text by R. de Calzabigi and a ballet by Noverre, was first performed on December 26th 1767 at the Burgtheater in Vienna. It was revised by Gluck for a performance in Paris on April 23rd 1776. "Alceste, as it stands in the first [present] version, is the pinnacle of Gluck's achievement in purely Italian opera." Cooper: Gluck, p. 136. "Gluck himself stressed the nature of Alceste as a `reform opera' by providing, in the preface dedicating the printed score to the Grand Duke Leopold, a discussion that goes far beyond the conventional...That key document, at once a manifesto and a defense...is a sharp repudiation of the theory, practice and conventions of the old "opera seria" represented in its final phase by Metastasio and his favourite composer, Hasse." Grove VI, Vol. 7, pp. 463 and 467. The document referred to above is one of the most important statements in the history of opera; it appears on both sides of the sixth leaf of the score (see Grove for a more detailed discussion of this document's significance).. Folio. Early marbled paper boards. 1f. (recto title, verso blank), 1f. (recto half-title, verso blank), 1f. (recto "Mutazioni di Scene," verso "Balli Pantomimi," and "Balli Balati"), 233, [i] (blank) pp. Printed typographically throughout. Text in Italian with underlying German translation in pencil to first approximately … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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2017-12-06 22:40:45
GLUCK, Christoph Willibald 1714-1787
Vienna: Giovannni Tomaso de Trattnern, 1769. First Edition. Hopkinson 37A. Wotquenne 37 (pp. 207-208). Hirsch II 261. Sonneck: Dramatic Music p. 55. Hoboken Vol. 5, 2. Lesure p. 236. BUC p. 385. RISM G2661. Alceste, an opera in three acts with text by R. de Calzabigi and a ballet by Noverre, was first performed on December 26th 1767 at the Burgtheater in Vienna. It was revised by Gluck for a performance in Paris on April 23rd 1776. "Alceste, as it stands in the first [present] version, is the pinnacle of Gluck's achievement in purely Italian opera." Cooper: Gluck, p. 136. "Gluck himself stressed the nature of Alceste as a `reform opera' by providing, in the preface dedicating the printed score to the Grand Duke Leopold, a discussion that goes far beyond the conventional...That key document, at once a manifesto and a defense...is a sharp repudiation of the theory, practice and conventions of the old "opera seria" represented in its final phase by Metastasio and his favourite composer, Hasse." Grove VI, Vol. 7, pp. 463 and 467. The document referred to above is one of the most important statements in the history of opera; it appears on both sides of the sixth leaf of the score (see Grove for a more detailed discussion of this document's significance).. Folio. Early marbled paper boards. 1f. (recto title, verso blank), 1f. (recto half-title, verso blank), 1f. (recto "Mutazioni di Scene," verso "Balli Pantomimi," and "Balli Balati"), 233, [i] (blank) pp. Printed typographically throughout. Text in Italian with underlying German translation in pencil to first approximately 3 … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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2017-12-06 04:15:27
Martini, Friedrich.
Nuremberg., 1769. Tab IV. Size: 290 x 222 mm. Copper engraving. Original hand colour. Good condition. Attractive shell print from Conchylien Cabinet. Martini (1729-1778) began first at the University of Jena a study of Theology, changes then however to Medicine. In 1757 Martini gain his doctorate from the Universitty of Frankfurt an der Oder. From 1758 to 1764 Martini worked as a physician in Artern and then settled as a practicing physician in Berlin. Martini founded in Berlin in 1764 the Learned Journal Society of Pharmacology, Economics and Natural History, the first scientific-medical society. In 1773 he was the founder of the Friends Society Nature of Research in Berlin. Engraved by Andreas Happe. Martini began in 1769 publication of the New systematic Conchylien Cabinet, from that date to its death three volumes appeared. The further publication of the work took place through Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz. Engraved by Andreas Happe.
Antiquar: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-12-06 04:15:27
Martini, Friedrich.
Nuremberg., 1769. Tab VI. Size: 290 x 222 mm. Copper engraving. Original hand colour. Good condition. Attractive shell print from Conchylien Cabinet. Martini (1729-1778) began first at the University of Jena a study of Theology, changes then however to Medicine. In 1757 Martini gain his doctorate from the Universitty of Frankfurt an der Oder. From 1758 to 1764 Martini worked as a physician in Artern and then settled as a practicing physician in Berlin. Martini founded in Berlin in 1764 the Learned Journal Society of Pharmacology, Economics and Natural History, the first scientific-medical society. In 1773 he was the founder of the Friends Society Nature of Research in Berlin. Engraved by Andreas Happe. Martini began in 1769 publication of the New systematic Conchylien Cabinet, from that date to its death three volumes appeared. The further publication of the work took place through Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz. Engraved by Andreas Happe.
Antiquar: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-12-06 04:15:27
Martini, Friedrich.
Nuremberg., 1769. Tab XLIX. Size: 290 x 222 mm. Copper engraving. Original hand colour. Good condition. Attractive shell print from Conchylien Cabinet. Martini (1729-1778) began first at the University of Jena a study of Theology, changes then however to Medicine. In 1757 Martini gain his doctorate from the Universitty of Frankfurt an der Oder. From 1758 to 1764 Martini worked as a physician in Artern and then settled as a practicing physician in Berlin. Martini founded in Berlin in 1764 the Learned Journal Society of Pharmacology, Economics and Natural History, the first scientific-medical society. In 1773 he was the founder of the Friends Society Nature of Research in Berlin. Engraved by Andreas Happe. Martini began in 1769 publication of the New systematic Conchylien Cabinet, from that date to its death three volumes appeared. The further publication of the work took place through Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz. Engraved by Andreas Happe.
Antiquar: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-12-06 04:15:27
Martini, Friedrich.
Nuremberg., 1769. Tab CVI. Size: 290 x 222 mm. Copper engraving. Original hand colour. Good condition. Attractive shell print from Conchylien Cabinet. Martini (1729-1778) began first at the University of Jena a study of Theology, changes then however to Medicine. In 1757 Martini gain his doctorate from the Universitty of Frankfurt an der Oder. From 1758 to 1764 Martini worked as a physician in Artern and then settled as a practicing physician in Berlin. Martini founded in Berlin in 1764 the Learned Journal Society of Pharmacology, Economics and Natural History, the first scientific-medical society. In 1773 he was the founder of the Friends Society Nature of Research in Berlin. Engraved by Andreas Happe. Martini began in 1769 publication of the New systematic Conchylien Cabinet, from that date to its death three volumes appeared. The further publication of the work took place through Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz. Engraved by Andreas Happe.
Antiquar: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-12-06 04:15:27
Martini, Friedrich.
Nuremberg., 1769. Tab C. Size: 290 x 222 mm. Copper engraving. Original hand colour. Good condition. Attractive shell print from Conchylien Cabinet. Martini (1729-1778) began first at the University of Jena a study of Theology, changes then however to Medicine. In 1757 Martini gain his doctorate from the Universitty of Frankfurt an der Oder. From 1758 to 1764 Martini worked as a physician in Artern and then settled as a practicing physician in Berlin. Martini founded in Berlin in 1764 the Learned Journal Society of Pharmacology, Economics and Natural History, the first scientific-medical society. In 1773 he was the founder of the Friends Society Nature of Research in Berlin. Engraved by Andreas Happe. Martini began in 1769 publication of the New systematic Conchylien Cabinet, from that date to its death three volumes appeared. The further publication of the work took place through Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz. Engraved by Andreas Happe.
Antiquar: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-12-06 04:15:27
Martini, Friedrich.
Nuremberg., 1769. Tab LI. Size: 290 x 222 mm. Copper engraving. Original hand colour. Good condition. Attractive shell print from Conchylien Cabinet. Martini (1729-1778) began first at the University of Jena a study of Theology, changes then however to Medicine. In 1757 Martini gain his doctorate from the Universitty of Frankfurt an der Oder. From 1758 to 1764 Martini worked as a physician in Artern and then settled as a practicing physician in Berlin. Martini founded in Berlin in 1764 the Learned Journal Society of Pharmacology, Economics and Natural History, the first scientific-medical society. In 1773 he was the founder of the Friends Society Nature of Research in Berlin. Engraved by Andreas Happe. Martini began in 1769 publication of the New systematic Conchylien Cabinet, from that date to its death three volumes appeared. The further publication of the work took place through Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz. Engraved by Andreas Happe.
Antiquar: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-12-06 04:15:27
Martini, Friedrich.
Nuremberg., 1769. Tab XXIII. Size: 290 x 222 mm. Copper engraving. Original hand colour. Good condition. Attractive shell print from Conchylien Cabinet. Martini (1729-1778) began first at the University of Jena a study of Theology, changes then however to Medicine. In 1757 Martini gain his doctorate from the Universitty of Frankfurt an der Oder. From 1758 to 1764 Martini worked as a physician in Artern and then settled as a practicing physician in Berlin. Martini founded in Berlin in 1764 the Learned Journal Society of Pharmacology, Economics and Natural History, the first scientific-medical society. In 1773 he was the founder of the Friends Society Nature of Research in Berlin. Engraved by Andreas Happe. Martini began in 1769 publication of the New systematic Conchylien Cabinet, from that date to its death three volumes appeared. The further publication of the work took place through Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz. Engraved by Andreas Happe.
Antiquar: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-12-06 04:15:27
Martini, Friedrich.
Nuremberg., 1769. Tab I. Size: 290 x 222 mm. Copper engraving. Original hand colour. Good condition. Attractive shell print from Conchylien Cabinet. Martini (1729-1778) began first at the University of Jena a study of Theology, changes then however to Medicine. In 1757 Martini gain his doctorate from the Universitty of Frankfurt an der Oder. From 1758 to 1764 Martini worked as a physician in Artern and then settled as a practicing physician in Berlin. Martini founded in Berlin in 1764 the Learned Journal Society of Pharmacology, Economics and Natural History, the first scientific-medical society. In 1773 he was the founder of the Friends Society Nature of Research in Berlin. Engraved by Andreas Happe. Martini began in 1769 publication of the New systematic Conchylien Cabinet, from that date to its death three volumes appeared. The further publication of the work took place through Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz. Engraved by Andreas Happe.
Antiquar: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-12-06 02:30:50
1769. Antique Master Print, titled: 'A cottager going to Market' - This print shows a cottager preparing to to depart for the market with his horse and carriage. Before he leaves he gets a drink from his wife. Mezzotint engraving, plate coloured (a-la-poupee), with some hand colouring on wove (vellin) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined. Published by James' brother, William Ward.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'James Ward' after own design. James Ward (1769-1859) was a British painter and engraver, mainly of animals. He was the brother of William Ward. Condition: Very good, given age. Plate edge lower left corner thinned. Two small tears in right margin and in lower margin, reinforced using contemporary paper backed with acid free archival tape. Several worm holes in bottom margin, backed. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPC-P4-01 The overall size is ca. 26.3 x 21.7 inch. The image size is ca. 21.7 x 18.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 66.7 x 55 cm. The image size is ca. 55.2 x 46 cm.
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2017-12-05 17:35:12
GRÉTRY, André-Ernest-Modeste 1741-1813
[Paris]: [Castaud] [without PN], 1769. First Edition. Loewenberg 307. Sonneck p. 69. lesure p. 263. BUC p. 405 Hirsch II, 362. RISM G4466. First performed in Paris at the Comédie-Italienne (Hôtel de Bourgogne) on September 20, 1769. The originality of Grétry's opera, emphasized by Grimm in the Correspondance littéraire, is founded on its witty approach to the characters: the music dovetails sudden changes in their feelings and, in particular, captures ironic and self-ironic expressions... The farcical side of the opera is counterbalanced by lyrical, amorous duets between the two couples." Michael Fend in Grove Music Online. Grétry's operas, which enjoyed such a vogue in France... cannot be judged without the contribution of his librettists. Nevertheless, full credit must be given to his own contributions to the planning (partly revealed in his Réflexions d'un solitaire), as well as his unrelenting desire to extend the scope of both opéra comique and opéra. Grétry's very attractive melodic gift was an essential ingredient and helps justify the occasional revival of his music. With his librettists he brought to life a range of splendidly imagined characters, ranging from bumpkins to monarchs, or from a rebellious female warrior to the murderous Bluebeard. His best scores had wide currency, especially in Germany: it is hard to imagine the evolution of opéra comique, and Romantic opera in general, without the part played by his works." David Charlton in Grove Music Online.. Quarto. Dark brown leather-backed marbled boards, marbled endpapers. 135, [i] (blank) pp. Apparently … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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2017-12-05 17:35:12
GRÉTRY, André-Ernest-Modeste 1741-1813
[Castaud] [without PN], [Paris] 1769 - Quarto. Dark brown leather-backed marbled boards, marbled endpapers. 135, [i] (blank) pp.Apparently a performance copy, with annotations in lead pencil throughout and occasionally in red pencil. With occasional annotations and additions to notation in ink; pp. 73-75 with additional manuscript text in ink in a 19th century hand mirroring printed text. "Le Tableau Parlant Comédie en un acte, en vers, mélée d'ariettes paroles d'Anseaume. représentée aux "Italiens" de 20 Septembre 1769 Pierrot Clairval Columbine Mme Laruette" in contemporary manuscript to verso of front flyleaf. Early ownership signature to upper margin of verso of free front endpaper. Binding quite worn, rubbed, and bumped; spine lacking; shaken; split at hinges. Slightly worn, soiled, and browned; occasional foxing and small stains; some dampstaining; early tape repairs to several leaves; circular handstamp to some leaves with ownership erased, some borders heavily inked; label over stamp of the New York Public Library Astor and Tilden Foundation to verso of front flyleaf; some leaves slightly trimmed, just affecting pagination, annnoations, and, occasionally text; some leaves loose; small rectangular hole to pp. 63-64, just touching text; first page of music with annotation in black ink dated 1841 and another in light purple ink "No. 166;" additional line of manuscript erased. Lacking title. First Edition. Loewenberg 307. Sonneck p. 69. lesure p. 263. BUC p. 405 Hirsch II, 362. RISM G4466.First performed in Paris at the Comédie-Italienne (Hôtel de Bourgogne) on Septembe … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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2017-12-05 17:35:12
GRÉTRY, André-Ernest-Modeste 1741-1813
[Paris]: [Castaud] [without PN], 1769. First Edition. Loewenberg 307. Sonneck p. 69. lesure p. 263. BUC p. 405 Hirsch II, 362. RISM G4466. First performed in Paris at the Comédie-Italienne (Hôtel de Bourgogne) on September 20, 1769. The originality of Grétry's opera, emphasized by Grimm in the Correspondance littéraire, is founded on its witty approach to the characters: the music dovetails sudden changes in their feelings and, in particular, captures ironic and self-ironic expressions... The farcical side of the opera is counterbalanced by lyrical, amorous duets between the two couples." Michael Fend in Grove Music Online. Grétry's operas, which enjoyed such a vogue in France... cannot be judged without the contribution of his librettists. Nevertheless, full credit must be given to his own contributions to the planning (partly revealed in his Réflexions d'un solitaire), as well as his unrelenting desire to extend the scope of both opéra comique and opéra. Grétry's very attractive melodic gift was an essential ingredient and helps justify the occasional revival of his music. With his librettists he brought to life a range of splendidly imagined characters, ranging from bumpkins to monarchs, or from a rebellious female warrior to the murderous Bluebeard. His best scores had wide currency, especially in Germany: it is hard to imagine the evolution of opéra comique, and Romantic opera in general, without the part played by his works." David Charlton in Grove Music Online.. Quarto. Dark brown leather-backed marbled boards, marbled endpapers. 135, [i] (blank) pp. Apparently … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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2017-12-05 09:37:00
1769. Antique print, titled: 'Le nom & la situation des parties exterieures du cheval', exterior anatomy of the horse, with several figures around the horse pointing at the different parts. Etching/engraving on hand laid (verge) paper, with watermark. Watermark not visible on every sheet. Description: This print originates from the 8vo (octavo) edition of Fancois Robichon de Guerniere's 'Ecole de Cavalerie contenant La Connoissance, l'Instruction, et la Conservation du Cheval'. This edition was published in 1769 in Paris. We also stock plates from the earlier (1733) quarto edition of the same work.Artists and Engravers: Drawn and engraved by C. Parrocel. Charles Parrocel (1688-1752) was a French painter and engraver, specialised in battle and hunting scenes. Condition: Very good, given age. Two original folds, as issued. Right margin uneven from binding. Margins minimally soiled. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: C279-16 The overall size is ca. 10 x 7.7 inch. The image size is ca. 8.9 x 6.7 inch. The overall size is ca. 25.5 x 19.5 cm. The image size is ca. 22.5 x 17 cm.
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2017-12-04 21:08:54
Alexander Kincaid; M. Carey; Eyre and Spottiswoode, Edinburgh; Philadelphia, London 1769 - These 3 Bibles represent 3 generations of the Buel Family with each Bible having family records. The 1769 Bible belonged to David Buel (1747-1836) and his wife Rachel McNeile (McNeil) Buel (1753-1826) of Troy, N.Y. This Bible is in poor, incomplete condition, with the first page being Gen. Chap. 37, Line 9, and lacking pages after Psalm 125. Both worn leather covers are detached with a worn spine, and some pages torn and pieces missing. There are 2-1/3 pages of family records written on blank pages around the New Testament title page. David and Rachel's 1771 marriage is recorded, as are 7 birth dates and 5 death dates of their 7 children who were born between 1778 and 1792: Mary Harvey Buel, Sally Buel, Alexander McNeile Buel, David Buel Jr., Samuel Buel, Charlotte Buel, and Mary Delia Buel. The deaths of 2 relations and a grandchild, and the birth of another grandchild in 1807 are also recorded. The 1814 Bible belonged to David Buel's son David Buel Jr. (1784-1860) and his wife Harriet (Hillhouse) Buel (1792-1866) of Troy, N.Y. The front cover is detached and the spine is chipped. Both preliminary and ending pages have browning / smoking to the edges. The inner front cover is signed by David Buel Junr. There are 9 full pages of family records. The 1814 marriage of David and Harriet is recorded as well as the marriages of 5 of their children which took place between the years of 1838 and 1860. The births of their 9 children are recorded in detail, with the time of birth, baptism date, … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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2017-12-04 16:52:30
Algarotti, Francesco Graf von:
Paris: Merlin 1769. (4), 337, (1) Seiten. Mit einer floralen Titelvignette und etwas arabeskem Buchschmuck. 8° (18 x 10 cm) Lederband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Titel auf grünem Lederrückenschild, blaugefärbtem Schnitt und Kammarmor-Vorsätzen. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. Francesco Graf von Algarotti (1712-1764) war italienischer Schriftsteller, Kunstkritiker und Kunsthändler. Er trug maßgeblich dazu bei, die vormals elitären Bereiche der Wissenschaft und Kunst einem breiteren Publikum bekannt zu machen. Algarotti gehörte zum engeren Kreis um Friedrich II. von Preußen, mit dem er zeitlebens in engem Kontakt stand. Seine sorgfältige Nachvollziehung, Dokumentation und Aufbereitung der Experimente Newtons einerseits (etwa durch sein Werk \"Il Newtonianismo per le dame\" / \"Newton für die Dame\") sowie die Tagebuchaufzeichnungen seiner Russlandreise anläßlich der Hochzeit der Zarennichte andererseits brachten ihm breite Rezeption und Anerkennung unter den Zeitgenossen. Ein Jahr vor dessen Regierungsantritt lernte Algarotti Friedrich II. kennen und freundete sich mit dem Kronprinzen an. Dieser war es auch, der ihn in den Grafenstand erhob und den Italiener in die \'Tafelrunde von Sanssouci\' einführte. Algarotti war, neben Voltaire, einer der wenigen zivilen Empfänger des Kriegsordens Pour le Mérite und erhielt nach seinem Tode durch Friedrich ein Grabmal mit der Inschrift „Algarotto Ovidii Aemulo / Newtoni Discipulo / Fridericus Magnus“. - Leder geringfügig berieben und Ecken leicht bestoßen. Widmung mit Tinte auf dem fliegenden Vorsatz. Papier leicht gewellt mit unmerklichen … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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