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2019-04-04 17:37:12
1771. Click here to see our other books! A Collection of Decisions Of The Court of King's Bench Upon the Poor's Laws Down to the Present Time In Which are Contained Many Cases Never Before Published Extracted from the Notes of a Very Eminent Barrister Deceased The Whole Digested in a Regular Order Edmund Bott 1770/1 W Strahan and M Woodfall et al : London 9" by 6" [33], II-LXXIII, 291pp, [2] SUMMARY A scarce work on the Poor's Laws of England. First Edition,Leather Binding Overall Condition: Good This book weighs 0.75 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 19.99 EU Postage: £ 15.99 European Postage: £ 16.99 Asia Postage: £ 21.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 25.99 DESCRIPTION The first edition of this work. This work is undated, with much contention as to its actual publication date. Many believe the work to be 1770. The errata leaf prior to title page is dated January 9 1771. With scarce errata leaf. This work was compiled by Edmund Bott. CONDITION In full calf binding. Externally, worn to the boards and to the spine. Patches of rubbing to the spine. Rubbing has resulted in loss at the head and tail of spine. Further patches of rubbing to the boards has resulted in small areas of loss. Marks to the boards and black deposit, possibly paint. Joints are starting but firm. Rear hinge is strained but firm. Front hinge is tender. Rear endpaper is lacking top half due to a tear. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are generally bright. Light spots to endpapers and the odd spots throughout. Overall Condition: Good GLOSSARY OF TERMS Overall Condition (Dustwrapper condition rating is sh … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2019-04-04 16:58:04
Scott, Sir Walter (15 août 1771 - 21 septembre 1832)
1771. Condition: Très bon état. Dix (10) volumes. Reliure complète en cuir de veau bleu du début du XXe siècle avec bordure en ligne dorée sur les couvertures. Les épines ont quatre bandes surélevées plates avec des motifs dorés sur les bandes. Tous les volumes ont deux étiquettes en cuir marron avec la série intitulée en or sur l'étiquette supérieure. L'étiquette du bas contient le numéro de volume et le ou les principaux poèmes en lettres dorées. Conception estampée à l'aveugle dans d'autres compartiments. Tous les bords des couvertures ont un design roulé en cuir. Pages de garde grises avec un ex-libris héraldique derrière le capot. Les pages de titres ont chacune une vinette. Pages de titre, notamment rousseurs, rousseurs sporadiques ailleurs, avec la plupart des autres pages et planches généralement nettes et non piquées. Ces volumes sont en EXCELLENT état et constitueraient un excellent cadeau pour les amateurs de Sir Walter Scott. Sir Walter Scott, 1er baronnet (15 août 1771 - 21 septembre 1832) était un romancier historique et un poète écossais prolifique, populaire dans toute l'Europe à son époque. D'une certaine manière, Scott a été le premier auteur à avoir eu une carrière véritablement internationale au cours de sa vie, avec de nombreux lecteurs contemporains en Europe, en Australie et en Amérique du Nord. Ses romans et ses poèmes sont encore lus et nombre de ses œuvres restent des classiques de la littérature de langue anglaise et de la littérature écossaise en particulier. Parmi les titres célèbres figurent Ivanhoe, Rob Roy, La Dame du lac, Waverley et The Hea … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ziern-Hanon Galleries Antique Store (ziern) [Saint Louis, Missouri, US]
2019-04-04 12:19:54
Bucquoy, Jacob de.
Leipzig Hilscher, 1771. (18 x 10,5 cm). (24) 326 S. Mit 2 gefalteten Kupferkarten. Moderner Pappband im Stil der Zeit. Seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe seiner mannigfachen Erlebnisse auf der Reise vom Kap über Mosambik und Madagaskar nach Goa und weiter nach Kalkutta, einschließlich der Gefangennahme durch Piraten. - Der niederländische Hydrograph und Kartograph Jacob de Bucquoy (1693-1760) arbeitete ab 1720 für die Niederländische Ostindien-Kompanie am Kap der guten Hoffnung, in Ostindien und auf Java. - Papierbedingt gering gebräunt, sonst wohlerhalten. - Vgl. Poggendorff I, 333 (niederl. EA) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
2019-04-04 07:21:54
Riga 1771 - 1779, alphabetisches Register zu Anfang, Seite i,j,k,l,m des Registers herausgerissen, danach 492 durchnummerierte Seiten (vollständig!) und zwei unnummerierte Seiten am Ende mit 3 Eintragungen 1774 und 1775, alle Seiten mit der Überschrift Laus Deo Anno 177 (Gelobt sei Gott im Jahre 177...), vermutlich von: Peter Heinrich d.Ä. Blanckenhagen (17231794), da er aufgrund des Buches anscheinend wichtigster Stofflieferant an Händler in Mitau (an fast alle geliefert) und Libau war. Die Eintragungen wurden, wie an der unterschiedlichen Handschrift ersichtlich, von verschiedenen Schreibern getätigt, was ebenfalls auf eine Grosshandlung hindeutet. Das Buch ist in Ganzleder gebunden die zwei Verschlüsse fehlen, vorderes Vorsatzblatt und die 5 S. des alphabetischen Registers fehlen, Wasserzeichen vorne L&I Honig, mittendrin Pro Patria mit illustrierter Vignette, Format: 21,5 x 31,5 cm laut Buch (Eintragungen der einzelnen Positionen für die einzelnen Kunden mit jeweiligen Preisen wurden folgende Stoffe Produkte häufig verkauft): Schalong, Seyde (Seide), Flicknägel, Lochnägel, silberner Draht, Tuchnägel, Loft, Agramant, Jarmosin, Tumys, Plies, Jutt, Cattun, Zitz, Flonell, Brockatnägel, Carmosin, Paille, Zilz, Camlott, Blonden, Battist, Vorhangschloss, Schnallen, Blömirs, Tafft, Caffe Bohnen, goldene Frangen, Eggen, Coffe Mühle, Manchesten, Cordewaren, Cristallene Flaschen, rosa Strümpfen,Indigo, Camelgarn, Ring Drath, Calmanque, Flanell, Tapeten, Tücher, Plüsch Mütze, ordinair Cattun, Haarbeutel, roll silberner Draht, Bomseide, Messing laterne, Liller Tafft, Paraplü, u.a. M … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Windau Antiquariat [Erxleben, Germany]
2019-04-03 21:55:56
Bucquoy, Jacob de.
Leipzig Hilscher, 1771. (18 x 10,5 cm). (24) 326 S. Mit 2 gefalteten Kupferkarten. Moderner Pappband im Stil der Zeit. Seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe seiner mannigfachen Erlebnisse auf der Reise vom Kap über Mosambik und Madagaskar nach Goa und weiter nach Kalkutta, einschließlich der Gefangennahme durch Piraten. - Der niederländische Hydrograph und Kartograph Jacob de Bucquoy (1693-1760) arbeitete ab 1720 für die Niederländische Ostindien-Kompanie am Kap der guten Hoffnung, in Ostindien und auf Java. - Papierbedingt gering gebräunt, sonst wohlerhalten. - Vgl. Poggendorff I, 333 (niederl. EA) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
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2019-04-03 11:23:06
1771. *** See Main Description ***. This is a wonderful original copy of Le Microscope Bibliographique by P B Maximillien Malebranche, published in Amsterdam 1771. This is a fascinating book that was published as an act of revenge against Pierre Rousseau and his Journal Encyclopediaue. The book is bound in original leather binding. Condition: The condition is very good. It is unread as many of the pages are uncut. There is discolouration to the pages due to the nature of the paper. Postage: UK - £3 Rest of World - £7 Local pick up for free - No Paypal payment with this though We have a 30 day return policy. We accept returns if item is not as described or generally you are not happy with the item, buyer to pay return postage. Full refund of purchase price on safe return minus postage costs. This is only available within 30 days of receipt of the item. Any items that are picked up must be paid in cash. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Will always combine shipping if multiple items purchased. All items are described to the best of our knowledge, but we ask that you satisfy yourself regards any aspect of the item. We will always be happy to help. If there is ever a problem with the sale please contact us prior to leaving feedback, as know we can resolve any problem should it arise Happy bidding and thanks for looking.
Bookseller: rfd1974 [St.Albans, GB]
2019-04-02 23:22:32
Feuerwerk – Blümel, Johann Daniel:
1771. 2. verb. Aufl. Mit einem Anhange vermehret, in welchem von wohlriechenden Tafel-Feuerwerk, wie auch von besonders artigen Kunststücken gehandelt wird, nämlich: Feuerwerk in Blumen, in Nadelbüchslein, in Tabacksdosen, in Bäumen etc. abzubrennen. Alles dies ausgefertigt von Hr. Höckely. König, Straßburg 1771. 3 Bl., 180 S. mit 10 gefalt. Kupfertafeln. Gr.-8°. Ppbd. d. Zt. Berieben u. bestoßen. Gelenke gering locker, gegen Ende kleiner schwacher Wasserrand. Gutes Exemplar. – Der Verfasser war Königl. Württembergischer Artillerie-Hauptmann. Er beschreibt anschaulich u. sehr genau die chemischen Ausgangsstoffe, die Herstellung des Pulvers, verschiedener Raketen u. Feuerwerkskörper u. Organisationsabläufe der Feuerwerksereignisse. – Der Anhang von dem Königl. Feuerwerker zu Auxonne in Burgund ist besonders den kleinen Feuerwerken gewidmet. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Engel & Co GmbH [Stuttgart, Germany]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- Overall Very Good. There is a very light horizontal indention across the upper quarter of the engraving. There are a couple small, light f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There are a couple very light fox marks in the upper portion of the print. There may be a few … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There is a faint handling crease in the upper left corner of the print. There may be a few min … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There is a faint handling crease in the upper left corner of the print. There may be a few min … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. The right and left plate mark and image are cropped some due to the way the plate was printed … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:41
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There are a few small marks scattered on the paper. There may be a few minor marks or imperfec … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:40
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:40
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. The upper and lower nomenclature and plate mark are cropped due to how the plate was printed a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:40
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:40
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. The lowest part of the nomenclature is cropped slightly due to how the plate was printed and b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:40
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:40
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 12:33:40
Thomas Pennant
Paris, 1771. This originally hand-colored, folio bird engraving is from Thomas Pennant's The British Zoology or Zoologia Britannica. This is from the German edition published in Ausburg by Johann Jacob Haid & Sohn between 1771 and 1778. The drawings were by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. and the original etchings by P. Mazell. This edition featured the plates re-engraved by Haid with vibrant original hand-coloring.Thomas Pennant was a leading naturalist in England in the 18th century. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and counted amongst his confidants Carl Linnaeus and Sir Joseph Banks. Pennant's work was noted as the first to publish color illustrations of birds in a work that attempted to describe all of the British species, many life-size. The mammals included in the work was also a rare occurance for an 18th century work."The first coloured illustrations of birds in a book which attempted to list and portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. Peter Paillou contributed most of the designs and coloured the prints, the colour being extended to the trees, branches and foregrounds. These really splendid folio plates cost Pennant so much that the British charity school at Clerkenwell Green, for which the profits of the book were intended, came off rather badly, as did Pennant himself. Nevertheless they showed what could be done in the production of good, large pictures of British birds." (Jackson, Etchings, p.106) --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be a few minor marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-02 07:40:13
Carlsruhe, Michael Macklot, 1771. Artikeldetails Neues lehrreiches und vollständiges Magazin vor junges Frauenzimmer die ganze Koch-Kunst, und Zuckerbeckerei, samt allem, was damit verknüpft ist, vollkommen zu erlernen. Nach Art derer Magazins der Madame [Maire] le Prince de Beaumont, in Fragen und Antworten eingekleidet, und mit alphabetischem Register zum bequemen Aufschlagen derer darinnen enthaltenen mehr als 4500 Speisen auch einem Trenchir-Buch mit Figuren versehen. Mit 4 Falttafeln und 18 Textholzschnitten . 2 Bände. Carlsruhe, Michael Macklot, 1771/ 1770. 3 Bll., 1542 Seiten (gesamt); 76 Seiten mit Register. 8° , Pappbände der Zeit mit Rückeschild(etwas berieben und bestoßen). Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 8739 Bemerkungen: Bd. 1 in neuer Auflage (1771), Bd. 2 in erster Ausgabe. - Weiss 2752 - Horn/Arndt. 307. - Nicht bei Holzmann-Boh., nicht in den Sammlungen Dittmar, Walterspiel, Löchner, Schraemli usw. - Namenszug in Bleistift auf dem Vorsatzblatt. Im Band 1 Titelblatt nahezu lose, Band 2 mit Stempeln auf dem Innendeckel und auf dem ersten Blatt. Durchgehend leicht stockfleckig, insgesamt gut erhaltene Exemplare. B9-27EUR 1.000,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Sicheres Bestellen - Order-Control geprüft! Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-03-29).
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett (t.bcherwelt) [Berlin, DE]
2019-04-01 20:37:29
BLONDEL, Jacques François ; [ PATTE
9 vol. in-8 reliure de l'époque plein veau marbré, dos à 5 nerfs ornés, Desaint, Paris, 1771 - 1777 Vol. I : Tome Premier : xxxib-48 pp. et 1 f. ; Vol. II : Tome Seconde : 2 ff., lxiv-468 pp. et 2 ff. ; Vol. III : Planches pour le Premier [ - Second ] Volume du Cours : 3 ff., XXII planches, 1 f., XCIII planches (soit 115 planches pour le volume) ; Vol. IV : Tome Troisième : 2 ff., CIV pp., 1 f., 460 pp. ; Vol. V : Tome Quatrième : 2 ff., CXIV-431 pp. ; Vol. VI : Planches pour le Troisième [ - Quatrième ] Volume : 1 ff., LXXXIII planches (en fait 74 planches, le numéro XL apparaît deux fois), 1 f., LI planches (en fait 52, le numéro XXXIX apparaît deux fois) (soit 126 planches pour le volume) ; Vol. VII : Tome Cinquième... continué par M. Patte : XXXII-504 pp. ; Vol. VIII : Tome Sicième : XXVII-519 pp. ; Vol. IX : Planches pour le Cinquième [ - Sixième ] Volume : 1 f. blanc, 2 ff. (dont un avant la planche 86), CXXXVI planches (soit 136 planches pour le volume) Bon exemplaire en reliure d'époque, collationné et parfaitement complet des 377 planches gravées (dont de très nombreuses planches dépliantes), notamment par Eisen ou Marillier (petits accrocs et frott. en coiffes avec petits mq. en coiffe aux volumes 7 et 9, frott.en pièce de titre du tome 5, bel exemplaire par ailleurs). Ce très bel ouvrage, aussi connu sous le nom de "Petit Blondel" (par opposition aux 4 in-folio de l'Architecture Française connus sous le nom de "Grand Blondel") développe le cours donné par l'architecte Jacques François Blondel (1705-1774) à l'Ecole des Arts qu'il avait fondée en 1740. Complété à s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SARL Librairie du Cardinal [France, Gradignan]
2019-04-01 16:39:26
DESCARTES] || [QUETAN, François-Antoine].
1771. Plein maroquin vieux rouge de l'époque, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, fleurons aux angles, dos à cinq nerfs orné et doré portant le titre doré, tranches dorées, gardes en papier marbré. Chiffre au plat supérieur Un volume in-12 (167x105 mm), (2)-xxvi-154 pages Reliure légèrement frottée, coiffe supérieure abîmée. . Cours manuscrit basé sur les principes de Descartes, offert par François-Antoine Quétan (précepteur), à son élève Mr Lagarde d'Achère. Très beau manuscrit. François-Antoine Quétan, fils d'un employé au trésor Royal, naquit à Paris le 6 octobre 1733, et porta les dernières années de sa vie le titre de Doyen des gens de lettres. Il est l'auteur de nombreuses pièces de théatre et acquit ainsi une petite célébrité et une certaine fortune. A la suite d'une faillite, il ne vit que grâce à la pension de 1500 francs que lui payait la Maison Lagarde d'Achères (cf. Michaud), dont il avait élevé le fils et à qui s'adresse ce manuscrit. Michaud [in. Biographie universelle, T. 78. p. 226 à 228] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contemporary full red morocco, triple gilt fillet on covers, fleuron at corners, spine gilt in six compartments lettered in gilt, gilt edges, marbled endpapers. 12mo (167x105 mm), (2)-xxvi-154 pages Binding slightly rubbed, head of spine worn. . Handwritten course in french, based on the principles of Descartes. It was to Lagar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2019-04-01 14:29:18
[BEBESCOURT]
Londres, J. G. Galabin & G. Baker, 1771, 2 vol. in 8°, de 6ff. 431pp. 1f. d'errata, 2ff. 403pp. 1f. d'errata, ill. de deux beaux front. gravés, de 2 en-têtes et 2 culs-de-lampe gravés le tout par Gravelot, pl. peau de mouton retournée ocre d'époque, p. de t. rouge, dos à filets dorés, tr. dorées, qq. rousseurs claires sinon bel exemplaire. Edition originale très rare et recherchée, la seule illustrée. Très curieux ouvrage entièrement basé sur la Kabbale mais aussi sur une conception alchimique de l'Univers. Il est divisé en 2 parties, la première "dévelope l'histoire génésiale du monde, base des saints livres, qui constituent l'Ancien Testament des chrétiens", la deuxième "éclaircit les 3 grands mystères, ainsi que les 4 Evangiles de Jésus, base de nos 7 sacrements, de tous nos dogmes théologaux et de toutes les cérémonies de notre Loi-nouvelle." Avec de nombreux passages sur la numérologie, et des étymologies arabes chaldéennes et grecques... ¶ Dorbon 256 : "On ne connaît le nom de l'auteur de ce curieux traité que par la note portée sur l'exemplaire de Moët, le commentateur de Swedenborg. On trouve dans cet ouvrage, 40 ans avant Fabre d'Olivet, une explication de la Genèse et de l'énigme des 7 jours mosaïques et Bébescourt y commente la religion de Moïse en la rattachant à celle des Egyptiens, on y trouve aussi l'explication des hiéroglyphes ou chiffres consacrés par les Egyptiens à leurs dieux, lesquels sont aussi employés dans la mystique expression de nos dogmes. En résumé, ce traité est entièrement basé sur la kabbale dont, à chaque ligne, l'auteur prétend nous dévoi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [France]
2019-04-01 13:33:20
MILLER, Philip
printed for the author, London, 1771. Plein veau marbré de l'époque, dos à sept nerfs orné et doré portant les pièces de titre et de tomaison. Deux volumes in Folio (415x268 mm), vi-100 pages (1-100) et 150 planches (I-CL) / (2)-100-(4) pages (101-200) et 150 planches (CLI-CCC) Dos finement restaurés Petite déchirure à la planche 222 L'édition de 1771 des Figures of the most beautiful . de Miller est identique à l'originale parue en 50 fascicules contenant chacun 6 planches entre 1775 et 1760. Elle est illustrée d'une vignette allégorique en tête de la dédicace et de 300 planches coloriées à la main à l'époque, dont deux dépliantes, dessinées par G.D. Ehret, R. Lancake, J.Miller, Will. Houston . Philipp Miller (1691-1771) est un célèbre botaniste anglais. Nommé jardinier en chef du Chealsea Physic Garden, il transforma ce petit jardin de plantes médicinales en un jardin botanique le plus grand d'Europe grâce à son réseau de correspondants à travers le monde qui lui permirent d'échanger et intrduire de nouvelles espèces . tout au long du dix-huitième siècle. Linné le qualifiera de meilleur jardinier de son époque ("the greatest gardener of his time"). Nissen [1378], Hunt [II, 566], Pritzel [6241] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contemporary full mottled calf, spine gilt in eight compartments, title and volume number in gilt on lettering-pieces. Two Folio (415x268 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2019-04-01 10:46:01
NOLLET, Jean-Antoine
Durand, Paris, 1771. Plein veau marbré de l'époque, dos à cinq nerfs orné et doré portant les pièces de titre et de tomaison, tranches rouges, gardes en papier marbré. Six volumes in-12 (170x97 mm), (4)-cviii-379 pages / (4)-488 pages / (4)-512 pages / (4)-535-(1) pages / vi-(2)-592 pages / iv-524 pages, un frontispice et 118 planches dépliantes (sur 116, 2 planches sont en double au tome 2) Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques légères mouillures Jean Antoine Nollet (1700-1770) était un physicien expérimental membre éminent de l'Académie des sciences de Paris. Nollet a consacré beaucoup de temps sur l'électricité et est devenu l'une des autorités de son temps. ["Nollet became the chief of the European electricians" (DSB, X p. 146)]. Il conçu les premiers électromètres (1747). En 1745, il a développé une théorie de l'attraction et de répulsion électrique qui suppose l'existence d'un flux continu de matière électrique entre les organes chargés. Afin de démontrer que l'électricité se déplace à grande vitesse sur une grande distance, il réalisa l'une des expériences les plus impressionnante de l'époque. En présence du roi, il fit relié par un câble 180 gardes royaux qui formaient une ligne de plus d'un kilomètre. Il leur appliqua une décharge à l'aide d'une bouteille de Leyde (ancêtre du condensateur). Les gardes sautèrent et se contournèrent simultanément. Très intéressante édition augmentée d'un "discours sur les dispositions sur les qualités qu'il faut avoir pour faire des progrès dans l'étude de la physique expérimentale". Ce discours de 50 pages, qui ne figure pas dans tous … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2019-04-01 10:46:01
NOLLET, Jean-Antoine
Durand, Paris, 1771. Pleine basane de l'époque Six volumes in-12 (168x101 mm), (4)-civ-379 / (4)-488 / (4)-512 / (4)-535-(1 bl.) (les pages 121 à 144 sont en double) / vi-(2)-592 / iv-524 pages, un frontispice et 116 planches dépliantes Reliures un peu frottées. Petits travail de vers Jean Antoine Nollet (1700-1770) était un physicien expérimental membre éminent de l'Académie des sciences de Paris. Nollet a consacré beaucoup de temps sur l'électricité et est devenu l'une des autorités de son temps. Il conçu les premiers électromètres (1747). En 1745, il a développé une théorie de l'attraction et de répulsion électrique qui suppose l'existence d'un flux continu de matière électrique entre les organes chargés. Afin de démontrer que l'électricité se déplace à grande vitesse sur une grande distance, il réalisa l'une des expériences les plus impressionnante de l'époque. En présence du roi, il fit relié par un câble 180 gardes royaux qui formaient une ligne de plus d'un kilomètre. Il leur appliqua une décharge à l'aide d'une bouteille de Leyde (ancêtre du condensateur). Les gardes sautèrent et se contournèrent simultanément. Mélange d'éditions comme pour la plupart des exemplaires rencontrés en reliure de l'époque uniforme. DSB [X p. 145 : "Nollet's 'Cours de physique' was perhaps the most popular exhibition of this kind ever given. With carefully orchestrated demonstrations performed on some 350 different instruments, the abbé entertained his enthusiastic auditor as, in the spirit of th Enlightenment, he undertook to dispel their "vulgar errors, extravagant fears and faith in th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2019-04-01 10:03:56
MILLY, Nicolas Christiern De Thy
[Paris], 1771. Cartonnage moderne avec papier dominoté dans le style de l'époque Un volume in Folio (465x305 mm), xxxii-60-(2) pages, titre gravé et 8 planches dont 3 dépliantes . Exemplaire à toutes marges, relié sur brochure. Quelques salissures Rare édition originale. Milly avait découvert la fabrication de la porcelaine à l'usine de Ludwigsburg à Dresde et en a dévoilé les secrets - jusqu'ici bien gardé - dans cet ouvrage qui sera intégré dans la description des arts et métiers de Duhamel Du Monceau. Ouvrage joliement illustré avec des gravures sur cuivres montrant l'équipement et le travail effectué par les ouvriers dans une usine de porcelaine, typique du dix-huitième siècle ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Modern paper boards, antic style Folio (465x305 mm), xxxii-60-(2) pages, additional engraved decorative title with vignette of putti potters with a kiln and 8 engraved plates by N.Ransonette, (3 are oversized and folding). . Uncut copy a little soiled Rare first edition. Milly published here the secret of the process observed at the manufacture of hard-paste porcelain at the Ludwigsburg factory in Dresden. It was a part of Duhamel du Monceau’s Descriptions des Arts et Métiers. In folio / Folio 1185g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2019-04-01 10:03:56
BOSSUT, Charles
Chardon, Paris, 1771. Plein maroquin vieux rouge de l'époque, large encadrement de roulettes et guirlandes florales dorées autour des plats, fleurons aux aux angles, dos à cinq nerfs orné et doré portant les pièces de titre et de tomaison, tranches dorées, gardes en papier doré gauffré. Deux volumes in-8 (203x127 mm), (4)-xxxvii-(1)-394 pages et 9 planches dépliantes / (4)-444 pages et 7 planches dépliantes Deux coins émoussés, infimes traces de frottements. Défaut du cuir réparé lors de l'exécution de la reliure (sous la dorure) en haut du plat inférieur du second volume. . Édition originale. Superbe exemplaire, imprimé sur papier fort et relié en plein maroquin à large dentelle, condition rare, surtout pour un ouvrage scientifique Bibliotheca Mathematica [p.46 : "This work is essentially an outgrowth of the hydrodynamics part of Bossut's course in mathematics. The first volume provides an excellent picture of the state of knowledge at Bossut's time. The experimental data presented in the second volume were largely new, and noteworthy even today are his comments on the difficulty of large-scale experiments versus the falsity of those on too small a scale"]. ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contemporary full red morocco, gilt border on covers, spine gilt in six compartments, title and volume number in gilt on lettering-pieces, gilt edges, gilt and gauffered endpa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2019-04-01 07:21:13
1771. ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA OR A DICTIONNARY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES COMPILED UPON A NEW PLAN ILLUSTRATED WITH ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY COPPERPLATES BY A SOCIETY OF GENTLEMEN IN SCOTLAND VOLUME III 953 PAGES. 1771 FROTTEMENT ET USURE COUVERTURE TACHES DE ROUSSEURS SINON LES PAGES SONT VRAIMENT EN SUPERBE ETAT MALGRÉ LEUR AGE. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: HOUSE BOOK (hulome83) [la crau, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, FR]
2019-04-01 07:21:13
1771. ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA OR A DICTIONNARY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES COMPILED UPON A NEW PLAN ILLUSTRATED WITH ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY COPPERPLATES BY A SOCIETY OF GENTLEMEN IN SCOTLAND VOLUME II 1009 PAGES. 1771 FROTTEMENT ET USURE COUVERTURE HAUT DU DOS ABÎMÉ ( voir scan ) TACHES HUMIDITÉ SANS GRAVITE TRANCHES , CONTRE-PLAT ET PREMIÈRE PAGE BLANCHE ( voir scan ) TACHES DE ROUSSEURS SINON LES PAGES SONT VRAIMENT EN SUPERBE ETAT MALGRÉ LEUR AGE. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: HOUSE BOOK (hulome83) [la crau, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, FR]
2019-04-01 04:44:17
Moliere [Jean-Baptist Poquelin]
R. Taylor, 1771. Leather. Duodecimo size, 1773 pp. Very Good. Jean-Baptist Poquelin (1622-1673), known by his stage name of Moliere, was a playwright and actor who is considered to be one of the greatest masters of comedy in Western literature. Thirteen years as an itinerant actor helped him polish his comic abilities while he began writing, combining Commedia dell'arte elements with the more refined French comedy. Though conventional thinkers, religious leaders, and medical professionals in Moliere's time criticized his work, their ideas did not really impact his widespread success with the public (N.B. - above information from Wikipedia). ___DESCRIPTION: All six volumes, VG overall. Full tan leather, gilt ruling to both boards, five raised bands on spine, title in gilt in second compartment, volume number in gilt in third compartment, gilt pattern in other compartments, plain white endpapers. Contents: Vol. I (270 pp.), An Account of the Author, The Blunderer or the Counter-plots, The Amorous Quarrel, The Miser. Vol. II (298 pp.), The Romantic Ladies, Don Garcia of Navarre or the Jealous Prince, The School for Husbands, The School for Wives, The School for Wives Criticised, The Impromptu of Versailles. Vol. III (302 pp.), The Man-Hater, The Mock-Doctor, Don John or the Feast of the Statue, Love is the Best Doctor, The Imposter. Vol. IV (307 pp.), Squire Lubberly, Amphitryon, The Husband Outwitted, The Cuckold in Conceit, The Forced Marriage, The Magnificent Lovers. Vol. V (309 pp.), Psyche, The Gentleman Cit, The Impertinents, The Sicilian or Love Makes a Painter, The Lea … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Swan's Fine Books (laurellebks) [Walnut Creek, California, US]
2019-03-31 23:41:33
Beccaria, Cesare
Nella Stamperia di Giovanni Gravier. Published 1770-1771, 3 parts in 2 volumes, octavo, contemporary half vellum, marbled boards, morocco labels, very good tightly bound set with owner's blind embossed name stamp on flyleaves, minor shelfwear, some foxing to contents, complete with allegorical frontispiece and 6 folding tables in the second volume. 316 pp. (4 pp. index), 128 / 178 pp (1 pp. index). Very good, complete set. Very Good.
Bookseller: RareBookStore (rarebookstore) [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US]
2019-03-31 09:46:09
(Coaching) [Delisle de Sales]
Second work: De l'Imprimerie du Sacre College de la Propagande, 1771. pp. 287 [p 13 misbound at back of work]; 168. 1 vols. 8vo. The two bound together in contemporary sprinkled calf, red morocco labels, the first reading "Piece Divers." Some waterstaining of lower portion at the back, generally light, some light discoloration, else very good. Not in Rittenhouse. Delisle de Sales curious work on carriages. Maubert de Gouvest's work was first published under the title "Lettres Iroquoises" in 1752.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller (jamescumminsbookseller) [New York, New York, US]
2019-03-30 17:24:49
(Gray, Thomas)
London: J. Dodsley, 1771. First 8vo. illustrated edition. Hardcover. First 8vo. illustrated edition. Fine full black morocco binding, gilt spine title and Gray's initials on the upper board, both boards tooled in blind. Marbled endpapers separated by morocco hinges. Three engravings, which have lightly offset to the facing pages. A near fine text block in a fine binding. Northrup 516. ESTC T71239. Fine. Item #18194.
Bookseller: Thorn Books (focloir) [Tucson, Arizona, US]
2019-03-30 17:13:18
Joseph-Mathias Gérard de Rayneval,
1771. Notre blog : https://librairie-trois-plumes.blogspot.fr/ Notre mail : benoit@troisplumes.fr Joseph-Mathias Gérard de Rayneval, Institutions au Droit public en Allemagne. Strasbourg, Bauer & Cie, 1771. In-8, [XXIV]-496-[1]p. Seconde édition de cet ouvrage publié la première fois en 1766. Rayneval était diplomate. Il profita de la position de son frère, diplomate lui-aussi, pour obtenir une place de secrétaire interprète dans la légation près de la cour palatine. Le duc de Choiseul, informé de la connaissance approfondie qu'il avait du droit public en Allemagne, lui demanda de rédiger cet ouvrage. C'est aussi grâce Rayneval que fut signé un accord commercial avec la Grande-Bretagne en 1786 dit traité Eden-Rayneval. Intéressante provenance : Emmanuel-Armand de Vignerot du Plessis de Richelieu (1720-1788), duc d'Aiguillon, neveu de Richelieu avec ses armes sur les deux plats (OHR, 411, 5e fer). Cette provenance est cocasse quand on sait que l'ouvrage fut rédigé sur demande de Choiseul dont il est un ardent opposant. Notons d'ailleurs qu'au moment de la première édition Choiseul était secrétaire d'état aux affaires étrangères, poste qu'occupe Aiguillon au moment de la seconde édition. Reliure plein maroquin olive, dos à nerfs orné, plats aux armes, tranches dorées, joli papier à décor d'étoiles dorées en garde, dos refait au XIXe, premier mors fendillé. Rousseurs. Rare ouvrage, très intéressante provenance.
Bookseller: Librairie Trois Plumes [Angers, France]
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