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        EROTIC ALBUM: A Suite of Thirteen Erotic Woodblock Printed Prints.

      [Japan n.d. 1800-1830's]. An accordion folding album, blue. & gold floral pattern, silk brocade cloth covers,edges worn,. 1 pastel-colored print, plus a complete suite of 12 color. prints, album size 33.5 x 27.5 cm., gilt top & bottom edges.. The album is in its original and worn silk and gold brocade cloth and contains thirteen Oban [ca 38 x 24.5 cm] sized woodblock prints. * The first is a very early and most delicately colored pastel work and by far the most superior of the group. We estimate it to have been printed ca. 1778. It is finely drawn, with the most subtle and even faint pastel colors. His earliest works were often done in [Sumi outline] black & white, with out any color at all. As the technology and techniques of polychrome printing by woodblock improved, and grew in popularity, Utamaro also began to experiment with color. At first he experimented using the most subtle hint of color in shades of pastel, to slightly enhance his images. Utamaro did not want viewers to be distracted from the emotional and erotic subject, so kept he often kept his use of color to a minimum. * The first print clearly shows the beginnings of this concept to sparingly use color, as an after-thought for mild high- lighting. As an early work, Utamaro had yet to commit to the use of color. The balance of the suite containes some twelve later prints by him, done circa 1800-1806. This is composed of four prints with a matching border, eight others that match as a set. The whole work was likely assembled by a collector. * In the first series of four, Utamaro has now progressed and submitted to the popular trend of polychrome printing, but only using a few colors in pastel. The first four prints in the suite show conservative use of pastels, but left the human figures skin entirely uncolored. The second series begins with print five and shows again a bit later progres- sion of the artist's work. He begins a major change in his use of color. Now he has committed to the full use of color, employing a large number of vivid colors to enhance his work. * He has found that the use of pink on the genitals, facial lips and tongue are effective to show the true and real excitement of the moment. Utamaro knew that during sexual excitement, the lips of the vagina and as well as the penis would flush with pink, especially the head or glans penis area. * Being true to the original models, he employed these colors effectively. What makes this album special, is that it is a collection of Utamaro's works from his earliest period, the middle and later stage in his artistic development. One can compare the works and see how the artist progressed in his use of color, while keeping his drawing skills under the finest of control. * Each print shows a couple making love in various positions and forms. Mostly the lovers are clothed or partially clothed, while they share tender and private moments while making love. Some of the women are Joroh or prostitutes, elaborately clothed while their Kimono are urgently thrown open to reveal their genitals. A few show the woman nearly nude while succumbing to licentious pleasures. Completely nude figures engaged in love-making was not common in Japan, and they considered partially clothed figures to the most erotic of all. * THE ARTIST: Utamaro [1754-1806] was one of Japan's most celebrated and treasured artists of the late 18th century. His works are always elegant and finely drawn with the utmost skill. His style is unique. His studio name was Murasakiya [The Purple- shop], he lived in Edo [Old Tokyo], was influence by the famous Kitao Masanobu & Torii Kiyonaga, the major artists of the Primitive schools. He was a central figure in the Edo world of artist artists & writers, an Ukiyo-e painter and printmaker. He was actually arrested by the Shogunate government and imprisoned in 1804 for violating the laws on the prohibition against publishing erotic or "uncensored" prints or books. We are unsure just which of his many erotic works were the subject of his violation. Utamaro felt a strong need to express himself and to include erotic works as part of his genre. Utamaro was one of the very first Japanese woodcut artists to be known in Europe, his art even influence Toulouse-Latrec. In 1788 two of his most important works appeared, one of them was Uta Makura [Pillow Poems] a highly erotic book. Among the scenes depicted was a superb work showing the rape of a young girl by a middle-aged coolie. He was especially skilled at painting young courtesans and actors. He was best known for the drawing and painting of women both at home and in the brothels of Tokyo area or "gay" quarters. His women are always depicted in his distinctive style, showing their attractive, elegant look, with small features, tall and graceful. Utamaro spent a considerable amount of his time in the "gay" quarters, taking notes ! * The color works were always clear and fresh, with a marvelous appeal. His works dominated the Japanese world of prints for over a generation. Always highly coveted & collected, his works have continually brought solid prices at world auctions. World museums have actively collected his works, and he is well represented throughout the world. * Utamaro has been one of the most superb portrayers of Japan- ese womanhood, in sensual and beautiful terms, the "eternal female" is the theme which he has most successfully used to charm viewers. There has never been a Japanese artist more successful at this task than Utamaro. * THE ALBUM: Along with the prints are later and useful manuscript text showing the genealogy of the Utamaro & other Ukiyo-e pain- ter schools. This is a two-sided album: side one has the first and most impressive print plus six other color prints; side two has six color prints. * A RARE EXAMPLE ! * REFERENCES: L. Roberts: DICTIONARY OF JAPANESE ARTISTS, p.193 * R. Lane: IMAGES FROM THE FLOATING WORLD, pages 135-141, photo 140 shows the rape print. * Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not be the actual copy in stock for sale at any given time; if you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email and an image will be returned to you by attachment. * * * * BUY WITH .

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        Dem Andencken". Stammbuch.

      Meist Prag -1808 1800 - 98 Bl., davon 26 mit Eintragungen oder Zeichnungen. Mit aquarelliertem Titel und 15 Tusch- und Federzeichnungen. Qu.-8° (11,1 x 19,1 cm). Leder der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Bordüren und dreiseitigem Goldschnitt in marmoriertem Kartonumschlag und Pappschuber der Zeit. Reizend illustriertes Stammbuch aus der böhmischen Adelsfamilie der Malowetz (vgl. Kneschke VI, 95). Enthalten sind zwei signierte blattgroße Pinselzeichnungen (spielendes Kind mit Hündchen; Burgruine) von Emanuel Baron Malowetz (1779-1823), dem Wurzbach bescheinigt: "war k. k. Kämmerer und Major und ein geschickter Zeichner [.] Auch seiner Gemahlin Josephine einer gebornen Freiin von Menßhengen, wird das gleiche Talent nachgerühmt" (XVI, 340). Wohl von ihrer Hand findet sich ein Parkidyll, signiert "Josephine". Bemerkenswert zwei hübsche Ansichten des Malowetz-Schlosses Zwiestow ("Sweistow") und der zugehörigen Kirche von Schlapanow, beide signiert "Marie Malovetz" und datiert Prag 1801. Auch die weiteren graphischen Beiträge sind von guter Qualität: Landschaften, Freundschaftsdenkmale etc. sowie eine fein ausgeführte Allegorie "Genius and Beauty" mit dem kleinen Wappen der Malowetz unter der Darstellung. Anhaltspunkte zur genauen Identifizierung der Eignerin bieten: Marie und Louise Malowetz nennen sich Schwestern, Ernst und Many (= Emanuel?) Brüder, außerdem findet sich "ton fidel mari" Leopold (1808). Weitere Familiennamen: Auersperg, Freyberg, Lagransky, Ledebur, Wasmuth. - Die graphischen Blätter teils einmontiert. Kaum fleckig. Der Einband etwas berieben, Vorderdeckel mit kleiner Wurmspur, Rücken des Schubers fehlt, sonst nur minimale Gebrauchsspuren. Schön erhalten. 350 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Soldier's companion: containing instructions for the drill, manual, platoon, and rifle exercise, as commanded by His Majesty: intended for the use of the volunteers of this country. To which are prefixed a few observations on first forming a military corps. ornamented with figures of the various positions of a soldier under arms. Respectfully dedicated to His Royal Highness the Duke of York, Commander In Chief of the British Army.

      Printed at the Minerva Press, for Lane, Newman, and Co n.d.. The Forty-Fifth Edition, With Amendments and Improvements. Published circa 1800; a Seventy-Third edition held at the BL has a suggested date of 1802. With MANUSCRIPT JOURNAL bound in, written by a Royal Marine NCO. Booklet, pp.[42], with three engraved plated depicting manual and platoon excercise. Original sewn sections, interleaved with blank sheets for note-taking and recording, used here as a diary. Used, as expected from a service pocket-book, but complete A fascinating pocket-book which includes a written account of the navy career of James Lance (?), enrolling as a Private in 1803 and discharged as a Marine Sergeant in 1806. Entries are made in both long and short-hand, providing a compelling insight into Naval life during the Napoleonic Wars; The journal begins on 13 July 1803; 'I left home with an intention of never returning or acquainting my relations whither I was gone. Took the Guildford coach to London... spent the evening with my aunt ... informed of the step I was taking.. who tried to dissuade me therefrom. 15 July 1803 after many attendences to day and yesterday on several of the officers of the Marines who tried to prevent my inlisting and pointed out the many unpleasant duties of the service, I was sworn in to serve as a Private in the Chatham Division'. He leaves possessions and valuables with a Sergeant and was innoculated for smallpox. He describes various route marches to and across northern England and the billets, barracks and quarters taken. Ordered to do Corporal's duty on full pay, working in the recruitung service, then at the adjutant's office and infirmary. Undertakes Parade duty and promoted to Sergeant (73rd Company) in January 1804, drafted to HMS Repulse of 74 guns under Capt. Legge. Also mentions the ships Zealand (64 guns), Snipe Brigg (14 guns), HMS Heron (74 guns) and HMS Savage (16 guns). Lance embarks with the Repulse on 28th Jan 1804, 'cruising off the Texale' and remained on board until 23rd December 1805, dropping anchor at Saint Helens, Isle of Wight. The final entry reads '1806. 4 January. Received my discharge from the Marine Service. This booklet references two years service aboard HMS Repulse, a Royal Navy Ship of the Line during the Napoleonic Wars. The ship took part in the indecisive Battle of Cape Finisterre (22 July 1805), which led to spectacular victory at Trafalgar (21 October 1805).

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        Joseph Haydn\'s Oratorium: Die Schöpfung.. Im Klavierauszug von August Eberhard Müller.

      Breitkopf & Härtel Leipzig ( Ohne Erscheinungsjahr - laut KVK im Jahr 1800 gedruckt - siehe den Eintrag der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek ) Mit 118 in Kupfer gestochenen Notenblättern ( jeweils mit dem Text des Oratoriums ), neuerer Halblederband der Zeit mit gemusterten Buchdeckeln und goldgeprägtem schmalen Einbandrücken, Quer4° ( 27,5 x 34 cm ). Innen ist der alte Umschlag in Broschur miteingebunden. Einband gering berieben, innen das Titelblatt mit altem Besitzvermerk zur unteren rechten Ecke hin *G. E. Reichenbach, Cantor*, das Titelblatt stärker stockfleckig, untere rechte Ecke fachgerecht hinterlegt. Weitere Seiten teils etwas finger- oder stock- und braunfleckig, teils auch stärker Rechte untere Ecke oder rechter Außenrand teils beschädigt, aber fachgerecht hinterlegt. Wenige Seiten mit kleinem bzw. Textverlust. Die miteingebundene Original-Broschur etwas fleckig, mit Knickspuren sowie beschädigt. - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 1000 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) ( Lagerort: Richey ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Haydn, Joseph Haydn, Oratorium, Schöpfung, August Eberhard Müller, Klavierauszug, Klavier, Noten, Google

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      Washington, 1800. Foxed, else very good. A brief but interesting note in the hand of John Marshall and signed by him a year before he became the fourth Chief Justice of the United States. Although the note relates to the business of the Supreme Court, it was actually written by Marshall while he was Secretary of State, less than a month after he assumed that office. Marshall writes to a Mr. Temple: "If you will call at the office of the Prothonotary, I think the officers there will be pleased to show you any record of any case that has been disposed of by the Supreme Court. The case to which you seek access has been decided unanimously." Marshall had been a prominent jurist since the mid-1780s, and in 1798 he actually declined his first appointment to the Supreme Court, as an Associate Justice. Despite that he had argued before the Supreme Court, and was clearly well informed as to its workings, as is indicated by this note. This Marshall letter is not listed in THE PAPERS OF JOHN MARSHALL.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        The Ship Owner's Manual . . . Containing a General System of the Maritime Laws . . . with Several New Adjudged Law Cases, and Abstracts of the Most Important Acts; Among Which are the Navigation Acts, Smuggling Acts, Manifest Act [etc.]. Eighth Edition

      A rare, provincially printed, highly practical work (not to be confused with the London printed "Shipmaster's Assistant"), treating of demurrage, insurance, bottomry, salvage, average, and arbitration, inter alia, with much on law and legislation. Contemporary mottled sheep, rubbed, front joint cracked but holding, else quite clean and usable, the Taussig copy; no copy in ESTC, two in OCLC. Printed, in Gateshead, by and for D. Akenhead and Sons [etc.], Newcastle upon Tyne, 1800.

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
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        Ornamenti diversi [Ensemble] Alcune decorazioni di nobili sale ed altri ornamenti [Ensemble] 36 planches détails architecture Rome (Ca 1800)

      Edition originale de ces deux ouvrages dont le premier est paru en 1782 et le second en 1787.Ornamenti est illustré d'un titre et une dédicace gravés et de 24 figures sur 22 planches ; Alcune decorazioni contient 24 planches. Cet ensemble est suivi de 36 planches lithographiques éditées vers 1800 de détails architecturaux des édifices de la Roma antique, cet ouvrage se fonde sur le fameux livre de Desgodetz sur les édifices antiques de Rome. Toutes les gravures sont sur papier fort.binding en plein papier à la cuve, spine lisse, pièce de titre de maroquin noir, binding moderne. Rousseurs éparses. Une mouillure sur le second titre et en marge des premiers feuillets du premier volume. Le papier est bon dans l'ensemble.Fils d'architecte, Giocondo Albertolli était spécialisé dans l'exécution des décors en stuc, il conçut le décor du palais royal de Milan et celui des Offices et du palais Pitti à Florence ; la publication de ses ouvrages sur l'ornement s'inscrit dans le sillage de son enseignement. La plupart des planches proviennent de travaux effectués par l'architecte décorateur, dont le style peut être globalement qualifié de néo-classique et dont le travail de publication constitue une sorte de bréviaire de l'ornement et l'ornementation néo-classique. s.n. s.l. 1782 In plano (4) 22pl. ; (6) 23pl. ; (4) 36pl. relié

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      [Canton ca. 1800-1820, Lam-Qua?]. Red flax mat, six goauche. color paintings on pith paper, each 10 x 7 cm, two per mat,. very good, clean, two with marginal chips,image not affected. meticulously color drawn in much detail. R A R E. METICULOUSLY DRAWN WITH MUCH DETAIL IN FULL COLOR THE SUITE OF SIX COLOR GOAUCH PAINTINGS: Begins with the a painting of Imperial police bringing the accused to where he will be punished. He wears a cangue or a large wooden collar clamped around his neck, with his crime written on paper which is then glued to the wood. Image two shows the guilty on his knees being beaten with a leather strap by the punisher. Image three shows the policeman pulling a chain connected to a metal ring on the neck of the accused. The next shows the image of a large rock connected to a chain and the accused sitting on the rock with the chain fastened to his leg. The fifth shows the magistrate pointing his finger at the guilty as he while being admonished, the guilty is forced to kneel on small rocks while a policeman holds ears. The last image shows the executioner with a long sword at the ready, while the accused has a very sour look on his face, his hands tied behind his back, with his crime written on a long piece of wood at his side. It was common to parade the guilty through the streets for all to see the criminal as he was led to the execution grounds. * LAM-QUA, TING-QUA SCHOOL: The works are done in the Canton style of Lam-Qua and his brother, Ting-qua. See item #2 below for a link. * Ting-qua born ca. 1809; flourished 1840-70. He was the brother of Lam-Qua [1801-1860] and probably a close relation of Spoilum. Ting-qua's studio at 16 China Street, Guangzhou, was perhaps the most prolific source of Chinese export paintings of its time. Working in a manner influenced by Western artistic traditions, Ting-qua and the painters of his studio restricted themselves to gouache and water-colors, perhaps to avoid rivalry with Lam-qua's oil paintings. Their pictures, which were often sold in sets..." Quoted from item #2 below. * PITH PAPER: The paintings were done on pith paper. "Pith paper or rice paper," a misnomer as it is sometimes known, is made from the inner pith of the plant Tetrapanex papyrifera, which is a member of the Araliaceae family. The plant is a shrub native to Southern China and Taiwan. As well as a painting material, pith paper was used to make artificial flowers and surgical dressings." Cited from item #1 below. * THE LEGAL SYSTEM OF CHINA IN EARLY 19TH CENTURY: Justice was swift and usually done to make an example of the accused. If the accused pleaded guilty and confessed, his punishment was lessoned. If he persisted in innocence, even though he was not guilty, his punishment was more severe. Showing a cooperative attitude was of advantage. Nearly all people accused of a crime were assumed to be guilty. The punishment for various crimes were commonly known, and justice was meted out by the magistrate. * RARITY: Gouache pith paintings are now rare, most were damaged, cracked and brittle, rendering them useless. The few that survived are considered RARE and uncommon. The paintings were drawn with much skill and patience, and were for the most part drawn for and sold to foreigners in the treaty ports of China in the early 19th century. Drawn with a fine brush in vivid colors, the paintings depicted things that would fascinate foreigners, and encourage them to bring home as souvenirs. The current examples often caught the eye of foreigners who may have actually seen some form of public punishment or execution. * CONDITION: The work is remarkable clean and solid. As usual, when ever pith paper is fastened at the corners there is a reaction to moisture in the air and the paper will expand or contract and thus snap its connection. By and large these works are not damaged, except for two corners where there was some loss. Please see link #1 below on how to mount, and care for pith paintings. These can be re-matted per the link and preserved on acid-free paper and reframed for display. *** BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1: Please see this site for copious details on pith plant, and its uses. * 2. * 3. * C.L. Crossman: THE DECORATIVE ARTS OF THE CHINA TRADE, p.173-203 and the associated color and b.w. photo examples. * C.L. Crossman, THE CHINA TRADE, p.93-120, and the photos. * A. Chu: ORIENTAL ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES pp.62-67, photo #60. *** Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not be the actual copy in stock for sale at any given time; if you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email and an image will be returned to you by attachment. * * * * BUY WITH .

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      London 1800, Bulmer. 3/4 Brown leather over marbled boards,. 743p., 13 engraved plates, one after Stubbs, engraved. folding map, appendix, heavy stain p.80-200, 24 x 30.5 cm.. A L W A Y S R A R E. THE MAJOR EARLY BRITISH WORK ON TIBET & TIBETAN CULTURE SUBTITLE: cont.: Mineralogical & Medical, by Mr. Robert Saunders. * Turner was a Captain in the East India Service, he led an exhibition into Tibet in 1783-85, from which he wrote this present work. A very early primary account of Tibet. Cox has stated that "This is without comparison the most valuable work that has yet appeared on Tibet." A valuable primary early source. Covering his sojourn to Bootan frontier, Chong and to Arra, etymology, view of Buxadewar, Peachukom mountain, botanical notes, Sheenshilla, fatal accident. Chain bridge, Madwallahs Pauga, Patchieu, Noomnoo, Poes, Tassisudon and Daeb Raja, Zoompoon, tea, fashion, reception, Gylongs, Aubi. Palace of the Chief, Palace of Lam' Ghassaatoo, Mr. Saunders taken ill-incantations for his recovery. * With an account of the vegetable & mineral productions of Bootan and Tibet. Letter addressed to the Hon. J. Macpherson, Esq. Governor General of Bengal...journey of Poorungheer to Teshoo Loombo; the Inauguration of Teshoo Lama, the state of Tibet from 1783-1785. *** With rich appendices, translations & narratives. Richly illustrated with copper engravings by Basire. A primary source for the study of Turner's mission. * BIBLIOGRAPHY: J. Marshall: BRITAIN & TIBET 1765-1947 p.319 * Lust 208 * H. Cordier: BIBLIOTHECA SINICA vol. 4, col. 2090 recording the 2nd edition, 1806 * Kuloy & Imaeda 10458 * Yakushi T140. * JONES, W. Chambers: DISSERTATIONS AND MISCELLANEOUS PIECES RELATING TO THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES, THE ARTS SCIENCES AND LITERATURE OF ASIA. * Cox I, 346 **** Color scans can be sent by e-mail. Images displayed may not be the actual copy in stock for sale at any given time; if you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email and an image will be returned to you by attachment. * * * * BUY WITH .

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        Bowles's New One-sheet Map of the Independent States of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pensylvania [sic.], New Jersey. New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island. &c. comprehending also the habitations & hunting countries of the confederate Indians

      London: printed for the Proprietors Bowles & Carver, 1800. Copper-engraved map, with full original colour, overall in very good condition. A rare late issue of an important map by `the leading American geographer of his day' (Stephenson & McKee) This 'landmark map'(op.cit.) was first published in 1755 with the title A general Map of the Middle British Colonies in America. It was available either as a separate publication or bound into Evans' Geographical, Historical, Political. Philosophical and Mechanical Essays. The First Containing an Analysis of a General Map of the Middle British Colonies in America (Philadelphia: Benjamin Franklin and David Hall, 1755). `Evans was the leading American geographer of his day. He incorporated into his map a wealth of geographical information not previously available on other maps, especially for the Ohio country. Extending from Quebec to Virginia and from the Atlantic coast to the Ohio River, his map was published in numerous authorized and pirated editions throughout the remainder of the eighteenth century' (op.cit.). The Bowles piracy was one of the longest lived versions: John Bowles first issued a version of Evans' map in about 1760 and continued to do so for the rest of the century with alterations to the imprint and occasional changes of title. The present example shows the Bowles piracy in its final form, and appears to be considerably rarer than a number of the earlier issues: no copies of this issue are listed as having sold at auction in the past thirty years. Cf. Brown Early Maps of the Ohio Valley 41 (the original Philadelphia issue); cf. Degrees of Latitude 34 (Philadelphia issue); cf. Gipson Lewis Evans ; W. Klinefelter `Lewis Evans' in Transactions of the American Philosophical Society (1971) N.S., Vol.LXI, p.56; B. McCorkle New England 760.3 issue 6; cf. Schwartz & Ehrenberg The Mapping of America p.165 (Philadelphia issue); cf. Stephenson & McKee Virginia in maps p.82 (Philadelphia issue); cf. H.N. Stevens Lewis Evans His Map of the Middle British Colonies in America (1924) (does not include this issue); cf. Stevens & Tree 29 and 30 (does not include this issue); cf. Suárez Shedding the Veil 57 (Philadelphia issue).

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        Memoires of the Life and Administration of Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford, in Three Volumes. A New Edition. 1-3.

      - London, T. Cadell, jun and W. Davies, 1800. 8vo. Portrait,+ xl,+470,+ (1) pp.+ fold. genealogical table; (2),+ 505,+ (1); (2),+ 360,+ (34) pp. A few minor spots. Contemporary green morocco bindings, richly gilt spines with raised bands, gilt and blindstamped boards, gilt inner bordures and with inner paste downs and fly leafs in satin with gilt frames and gilt flowers, all edges gilt. Three volumes. Spines slightly faded. Presentation to Mr. Rosenstein from a William-Henry, London 1815, in ink in part one. First printed in 4to in 1798, this is the first 8vo-edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht ('Smyrna in Klein Asien').

      - Kupferstich b. Johann Gottfried Baumann, 1800, 16,5 x 26 Sehr selten! - Zeigt 2 Ansichten auf 1 Blatt. - Oben Ansicht von Ismir; unten Ansicht mit Napoleons Friedensvorschläge an den König von England überreicht von einem Französischen Abgeordneten am 4. Januar 1800. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Traitté des Fortifications. Französische Handschrift auf Papier.

       ( Frankreich um 1800 ) Umfangreiche französische Handschrift mit 388 Seiten auf Büttenpapier sowie 7 n.n. Blätter ( mit u.a. 1 Blatt Inhaltsverzeichnis ). Behandelt wird der Festungsbau u.a. nach dem Traktat des französischen Generals und Festungsbaumeister Ludwigs XIV. Sébastien Le Prestre Seigneur de Vauban (1633-1707) , der auf Seite 34 namentlich erwähnt wird: \"Construction de la Fortification de Mons. de Vauban\". Weiterhin behandelt wird: \"Des sciences nécessaires à un Oficier\", \"Des considérations qu\'on doit faire, avant que de construire une place de guerre\", \"Du commerce d\'une place\", es folgen die einzelnen Festungsformationen: \"Le Avarré\", \"Le Pentagone\", \"Le Hexagone\", \"L\'octogone\" etc., \"Des principales lignes de la Fortification\" und vieles, vieles mehr. Sehr ordentliche Schrift von mindestens zwei Händen, klar und gut lesbar, am Ende ein ausführliches Register mit Angabe von Kapitelüberschriften und den entsprechenden Seitenzahlen. Pergamentband der Zeit mit marmoriertem Buchschnitt,8° ( 21,5 x 16 cm ). Der Einband etwas fleckig ( Rückdeckel stärker fleckig ), Deckel leicht gebogen, der schmale Einbandrücken oben mit handschriftlicher Bezeichnung *Manuscriptum Fortificctoriu* sowie untenstehend Nummer *35*. Innen ist der Vorderdeckel gebrochen, der Rückdeckel oben angebrochen. Innen auf Vorderdeckel vorn mit 2 alten handschriftlichen Nummerierungen, wenige Seiten gering fleckig bzw. gering stockfleckig, erste Seiten oben schwach wasserrandig, wenige Seiten gering angeknickt. ( Gewicht 750 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Vauban, Festung, Festungsbau, Festungen, Google, Handschrift,. Manuskript, Manuscriptum, Fortifikation, Fortification

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        Anonyme Musikhandschrift mit Noten und Text.

      Ohne Ort, 1800 - Ohne Ort, Um 1800. 210 num. S. Priv. HLd. späterer Zeit. Wahrscheinlich norddt. Handschrift um 1800, mit Text und Notenzeilen. Das Datum ergibt sich aus den erwähnten Namen wie der Erwähnung "vom [Johann Adam] Hiller" (1728 - 1804) und [Christian] Kittel (1732-1809) und C[arl] P[hilipp] E[manuel] Bach, sowie einem gewissen Schwemner. Auch die Provinienz lässt sich damit erklären. Die Handschrift enthält Advents- und Neujahrslieder, sowie geistliche und religiöse Lieder, auch Volkslieder. Verzeichnet sind über tausend Lieder und ihre Spielweisen. - In der Forschung unbekannt. Deutsch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Blick von der Villa Costaguti vor Rom auf die Kirche St.Giovanni Laterano und St. Marie - Majeure, "Vue de l'eglisede St. Iean Lateran et celle de St. Marie Majeure . Porte Pie à Rome".

      - Kupferstich v. Francois Morel (Francesco Morelli) n. Jakob Philipp Hackert b. Georg Hackert, um 1800, 29,6 x 44,8 Mit folgender Dedication: "Dediée à Son Excellence Monsieur le Prince Youssoupoff . de la Cour Imperiale de Russie". - Das Blatt fachgerecht angerändert und mehrere kleine randliche Einrisse restauriert.

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        An original drawing with a Royal Navy warship firing her cannon out to sea, titled 'Pigeon Island from the Town of Gros Islet,' St. Lucia

      [St. Lucia, 1800. Pen, ink and wash drawing within an ink-ruled border, titled in the margin beneath in ink in a contemporary hand. Image size: 6 5/8 x 9 7/8 inches; sheet size: 7 5/8 x 10 5/8 inches. A fine early view recalling St. Lucia's turbulent past. The view includes a British ship-of-war in the foreground, with Pigeon Island behind, with Fort Rodney topping the smaller of the two peaks. The island was used as a look-out post to keep an eye on the French naval base on Martinique to the north. The image also includes two large ships in the background and these, combined with the fact that the ship in the foreground has just fired a broadside, may mean that this image was intended to act as a record of one of the many encounters that took place before Britain finally took control of St. Lucia in 1814.

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        La Corbeille de Fruits

      Paris: Tessari et Co, 1800. Engravings, printed in colours and finished by hand, by Duthé, after 'Huet fils'. A beautifully composed image recalling the bounty that the Fall brings, after an original by one of the three sons of Jean-Baptistse Huet The beautifully observed wicker-work basket bulges with the fruits of the harvest, their weight has made the container unsteady and some of the contents have spilled out onto the slate shelf on which this veritable cornucopia rests. A snail and a hornet investigate: apples, pears, grapes, chestnuts, cherries, tomatoes, white currents and a pomegranate are all available. This highly decorative image is from an original by 'Huet fils' (i.e. 'Huet son'). This narrows the field to three artists, all members of the highly talented French family whose members were active between about 1740 and 1830. Jean-Baptiste Huet (1745-1811) had three sons, all of whom are possible candidates: Nicolas Huet II, born in 1770, who flourished as an artist between about 1788 and 1827, François Huet, born 1772 and died in London in 1813 and finally, Jean-Baptiste Huet II who was born in Paris on 29 December 1772. Because of the use of 'fils' Jean-Baptiste the second is the most likely candidate. Until his father's death the easiest way to differentiate the two artists of the same name would have been to call the younger 'the son'.

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        Wood-Cock Shooting

      London: Colnagi, 1800. Aquatint, printed in colours and finished by hand, by Robert Dodd. Backed to restore losses to margin and to repair large tear in the upper right portion of the print, and to repair tear in bottom margin. A wonderful, rustic English shooting scene Julius Cæsar Ibbetson "was apprenticed to John Fletcher, a ship-painter at Hull. Ibbetson attracted public attention by his designs for ship decoration and by some scenery painted for the Hull Theatre, and his success encouraged him to seek his fortune in London in 1777. He was forced at first to work for Mr. Clarke, a picture dealer in Leicester Fields, but was able at the same time to acquire a thorough acquaintance with the works and methods of Dutch artists, besides learning all the tricks of the trade... In 1780 he married... In 1785 he exhibited at the Royal Academy A View of Northfleet, and continued to exhibit during succeeding years. Becoming acquainted with Captain William Baillie and others, he was introduced into good society, and was patronised by the nobility. In 1788 he accepted a post in Colonel Cathcart's embassy to China. Cathcart, however, died at Java during the voyage, and Ibbetson returned to England. He made many drawings during the voyage, and obtained nautical experience, which he afterwards turned to account in his pictures, but was not able to obtain any remuneration on his return... He sought relief from his misery in dissipation and convivial society, after the example of his friend, George Morland... This only led to further embarrassments, and in 1798 he quitted London for Liverpool to escape his creditors. Ibbetson lived quietly for some time near Ambleside in Westmoreland, visiting Scotland in 1800... A sign painted by Ibbetson for an inn at Troutbeck, near Ambleside, had some notoriety... He suffered further pecuniary losses through the defalcations of a friend, but the number of his commissions now enabled him to free himself to some extent from debt. At the invitation of one of his chief patrons, Mr. William Danby of Swinton Park, Ibbetson settled near that place in Masham, Yorkshire. Here he spent the remainder of his days... As a painter in oil of cattle and pigs Ibbetson has hardly been excelled in England, even by Morland... In his landscape-painting Ibbetson somewhat resembled Richard Wilson, R.A. He also painted small portraits in a neat and rapid manner. His paintings of animals were much prized, especially in Yorkshire, where they are often to be met with in private houses. Benjamin West called him the Berghem of England. He also painted in water-colour in the old tinted method with great success." (DNB). Snelgrove, p. 111.

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        The Blue Passion Flower

      London, 1800. Hand-coloured and colour-printed aquatint, stipple and line engraving by Caldwell. Sheet size: 21 1/2 x 16 1/2 inches. One of the most strikingly beautiful flower plates ever to be printed in England. "[Passiflora caerulea L.] The species of Passion Flower depicted in this plate, a native of Brazil and Peru and known in Europe since 1699, was the first discovered that was hardy in the cooler regions of the earth and could therefore, in Thornton's time, when glasshouses were less common, be more easily grown over a larger area of the world. Its flowers are only faintly scented and last but one day, but they are produced over several months, and plants flowering first in June often continue until October. In this plate both flowers and leaves have been depicted by the painter, Philip Reinagle, with life-like accuracy and engraved by Caldwell with a masterly fidelity. The delicate stipple of the flowers and their modelling, and that of the leaves is of a standard not often reached." (Ronald King, The Temple of Flora by Robert Thornton, 1981, p. 80) Thornton's The Temple of Flora is the greatest English colour-plate flower book. "...[Thornton] inherited a competent fortune and trained as a doctor. He appears to have had considerable success in practice and was appointed both physician to the Marylebone Dispensary and lecturer in medical botany at Guy's and St. Thomas's hospitals. But quite early in his career he embarked on his...great work. What Redouté produced under the patronage of L'Héritier, Marie Antoinette, the Empress Josephine, Charles X, and the Duchesse de Berry, Thornton set out to do alone... Numerous important artists were engaged...twenty-eight paintings of flowers commissioned from Abraham Pether, known as `Moonlight Pether,' Philip Reinagle, ...Sydenham Edwards, and Peter Henderson...The result...involved Thornton in desperate financial straits...In an attempt to extricate himself he organized the Royal Botanic Lottery, under the patronage of the Prince Regent...It is easy to raise one's eyebrows at Thornton's unworldly and injudicious approach to publishing...But he of the loveliest books in the world." (Alan Thomas, Great Books and Book Collecting , pp.142-144) Second state of three of this plate from The Temple of Flora . "Three very definite states...First state: the main stem and the stems of the bud and the leaf in the upper centre have a pronounced shadow with hard outlines. The dark patch of shading to the left of the base of the column has a hard upper edge. The part of the leaf to the right of the fruit is in aquatint only and so is the leaf projecting to the left beyond the column. The dark shading to the right of the column above the leaf has a jagged edge and the cloud above has an indistinct edge. Second state: the shadows of the stems of the upper centre are smaller and the edges are softer. The dark patch of shading is softened. The aquatint on the leaves mentioned above is strengthened with cross-hatched lines. There are added horizontal lines on the base of the column near the fruit. Third state...aquatint on the leaves and buds; the indistinct cloud has now a white edge, and there is...line rework[sic.] on many of the leaves. The flowers are no longer all printed in colours as before." (Handasyde Buchanan, Thornton's Temple of Flora , London, 1951, p.18).

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        Déportation et naufrage de J.J. Aymé, ex-Législateur, suivis du tableau de vie et de mort des déportés, a son départ de la Guyane, avec quelques observations sur cette colonie et sur les nègres.

      Paris, Chez Maradan, Libraire, (1800). - Large 8°, contemporary wrappers laid into dark-brown morocco folding case with pink moiré sides, spine with gilt letter. Uncut. Light foxing in 2 quires. In fine condition. Old signature ("S. Murray"?) on half title. 269 pp., (13 ll.). *** FIRST EDITION. Following the coup d'état on 18 Fructidor 1797, Aymé and many other deputies to the French legislature were deported to French Guiana - later site of the notorious penal colony that included Devil's Island, where Alfred Dreyfus was incarcerated. In this work Aymé (1752-1818) tells of the coup and recounts in detail the horrendous conditions in French Guiana. Pages 174-88 are devoted to a description of the blacks there, including their religious beliefs, their attitude toward white men, and their behavior following the abolition of slavery in Cayenne. The unnumbered leaves at the end contain a table of those deported from France with Aymé on @La Vaillante, with their professions, ages and fates on the trip. Mortality rates were appallingly high. In 1799, Aymé managed to escape on the American vessel @Gothenburg, but was shipwrecked off the Scottish coast. When he made his way back to France, Napoleon appointed him to @Directeur des droits réunis du départ for Gers.An English translation was published in London, 1800: @Narrative of the Deportation to Cayenne and Shipwreck on the Coast of Scotland.*** Sabin 2521. JCB III, ii, 443. Huntress 132C. Bell A381. Howgego I, 595 (L37): listing it as a source on French Guiana; I, 482 (H25), listing it as a source on Guiana. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Parte Meridionale Dell' Exalbia O Sia De Stati Uniti D'America - Siena presso Pazzini Carli 1800':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Pazzini Carli in Siena, dat. 1800, 30,7 x 22,7 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 392. - Zeigt die Ostküste von Nordamerika zwischen Florida und Philadelphia mit den Staaten Maryland, Virgina, South and North Carolina. - Oben links Meilenzeiger. - Sehr selten! (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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      London, 1800. Half title. Printed self-wrappers, not stitched. Light soiling and toning of half title. Minor soiling internally, a bit heavier on final leaf. About very good. Untrimmed and partially unopened. In a half morocco clamshell case. Of the scores of funeral orations delivered on the occasion of George Washington's death, that of Henry Lee (the official oration delivered in Congress) is the most famous and memorable. In it he coins and delivers the ringing phrase that Washington was "first in war - first in peace - and first in the hearts of his countrymen." Reprinted many times in many versions, this is the first London printing of Lee's oration. Lee, popularly known as "Light-Horse Harry" Lee, was personally summoned by Washington in 1776 to join the Continental Army, and he served Washington faithfully and well during the Revolution. Lee was a Federalist Representative from Virginia when Washington died in late 1799, and was assigned the task of drafting a congressional resolution commemorating the great leader. In that resolution, and a few days later in this address delivered to both houses of Congress in Philadelphia on Dec. 26, 1799, Lee pronounced his famous phrase, placing Washington firmly at the head of the pantheon of American leaders. Lee recalls Washington's military service in the French and Indian War, recounts his many triumphs in the Revolution, and his service as president. He declares: "...the founder of our federate republic - our bulwark in war, our guide in peace, is no more...[but] his fame survives! bounded only by the limits of the earth, and by the extent of the human mind. He survives in our hearts, in the growing knowledge of our children, in the affection of the good throughout the world; and when our monuments shall be done away; when nations now existing shall be no more; when even our young and far-spreading empire shall have perished, still will our Washington's glory unfaded shine, and die not, until love of virtue cease on earth, or earth itself sinks into chaos." Lee's pronouncement that Washington is "first in war - first in peace - and first in the hearts of his countrymen" is second only to the idea of Washington as "father of his country" in the popular lexicon and mythology of Washington. Lee's funeral oration is a fundamentally important document in the shaping of George Washington's image in American culture, and in the apotheosis of Washington. Also included in this London printing is George Minot's eulogy on Washington, delivered in Boston at the request of the town's "Committee of Arrangements." Minot's speech, urging his fellow citizens to carry on following Washington's example, is also highly regarded.

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        Education pratique

      1800 - 459 pp. Paris, Maginel, 1800, in-8, 459 pp, reliure de l'époque en veau moucheté, dos lisse orné de motifs dorés, tranches marbrées, Édition originale de la première traduction française de ce livre qui devait rénover l'éducation anglaise, elle est due au diplomate suisse Pictet. Maria Edgeworth occupe une place importante dans le renouvellement, à la fin du dix-huitième siècle, de la pédagogie. Sa carrière fut constamment contrecarrée par le despotisme de son père, dont elle était l'un des vingt et un enfants, circonstance qui favorisait en elle des réflexions sur l'éducation. La table du livre montre la finesse et l'étendue des explorations de Maria Edgeworth : jouets, attention domestique, maison, humeur, obéissance, vérité, récompenses, châtiments, vanité, fierté, ambition, sont analysés chez l'enfant avec autant de délicatesse que de perspicacité. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An album containing ten watercolour and gouache drawings of botanical arrangements

      1800. Oblong folio. (9 1/2 x 12 7/8 inches). 10 original watercolour and gouache drawings on Chinese pith paper (each approx. 8 x 11 1/2 inches), most with small areas heightened with gum arabic, each tipped onto a backing sheet at each corner and bordered by strips of pale blue paper that are also tipped to the backing sheet (four with insignificant splits to the pith paper, as usual). Original gilt-patterned paper over pasteboard, green cloth ties A lovely early album of fine Chinese flower paintings, in remarkably fine condition. Despite its entirely Chinese origins this album was almost certainly produced for a western patron: perhaps a gift from an East India Company employee to his wife, or a Yankee clipper captain for his daughter. It contains a very fine selection of watercolours executed on pith-paper: a material that rarely survives in anything approaching fine condition. The drawings are all of arrangements of sprigs from flowering plants together with individual blooms. The intention of these drawings was not to provide dry scientifically-accurate botanical drawings, but to produce designs that were pleasing and harmonious. Flowers include Hibiscus, Gardenia, Chrysanthemum, Quince, Morning Glory, Camellia and two butterflies. It later became the custom to instruct the Chinese artists in the art of western botanical drawing and also supply them with good quality western paper to work on. The apparent lack of any foreign materials or method suggest an earlier date for this album, although the style of drawing did remain popular through most of the 19th century.

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        PHYTOLOGIA; OR THE PHILOSOPHY OF AGRICULTURE AND GARDENING. With the Theory of Draining Morasses, and with Improved Construction of the Drill Plough.

      LONDON 1800 - Quarto, viii, 612,pp [12 index] twelve engraved plates some folding. Part the First. Physiology of Vegetation. sect.I. Individuality of the Buds of Vegetables. II. Their Absorbent Vessels. III. Their Umbilical Vessel. IV. Their Pulmonary Arteries and Veins. V. Their Aortal Arteries and Veins. VI. Their Glands and Secretion. VII. Their Organs of Reproductions. VIII. Their Muscles, Nerves, and Brain. Part the Second. Economy of Vegetation. IX. The Growth of Seeds, Buds, and Bulbs. X. Manures, or the Food of Plants. XI. Of draining and Watering Lands. XII. Aeration and Pulverisation of the Soil. XIII. Of Light, Heat, Electricity. XIV. Diseases of Plants. Part the Third. Agriculture and Horticulture. XV. Production of Fruits. XVI. Production of Seeds. XVII. Production of Roots and Barks. XVIII. Production of Leaves and Wood. XIX. Production of Flowers. XX. Plan for disposing a Part of the System of Linneus into more Natural Classes and Orders. Appendix. Improved Construction of the Drill Plough. Original Boards rebacked, uncut. Excellent clean copy. . [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Carey's General Atlas

      Philadelphia: M. Carey, 1800. Folio. (17 x 14 inches). 49 engraved maps, (including 26 double-page or folding, 'A Map of the part of the N.W. Territory of the United States' printed on heavy paper and coloured in outline in a contemporary hand.) (Occasional expert repairs to margins and folds). Expertly bound to style in half russia over contemporary speckled paper-covered boards, the flat spine divided into six compartments by double gilt fillets, red morocco lettering-piece in the second compartment Lovely copy of a rare edition of Carey's important and early General Atlas. Carey's "American Atlas," printed in 1795 with 21 maps, was the first atlas printed in America. Carey's "General Atlas" was first published in 1796 with 45 maps. Most of the present atlas is devoted to the Americas with 27 of the 49 maps being of the region. Of the 27, the majority concern the United States and its territories, and incorporate the latest geographical knowledge available by what was to become one of the premier mapping firms in the United States. Two additional important maps, not included in the 1796 edition, are map 46 Seven Ranges of Townships... laid out by Congress and map 47 Part of the North Western Territory by Samuel Lewis, dated 1796. Phillips Atlases 3535; not in Rumsey; cf. Sabin 10858.

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        Law Dictionary. c. 1800. 518 pages

      1800. English Manuscript Law Dictionary [Manuscript]. [Great Britain]. [Law Dictionary]. [Great Britain, c. 1800]. 518 pp. Quarto (9-1/2" x 8"). Contemporary reversed calf, blind fillets to boards, lettering piece (reading M.S.S. Notes Vol. 2) to spine, marbled endpapers. Rubbing to extremities with some wear, chipping to spine ends, a few scuffs and stains to boards, corners bumped. Text to 136 pages. Light toning to interior, dampstaining and minor to a few leaves. Early owner signature in different hand (of Edw. Jones, June 1803) to front pastedown. * With index. Probably compiled around 1800, this is the second volume of a manuscript law dictionary with entries from M to W. The eleven-page index lists the content of both volumes. The definitions reflect the practice of the late-eighteenth century. The inclusion of such entries as "Gavelkind," "Vicar" and "Waste" shows it is an English manuscript. The content appears to have been commonplaced from lecture notes. The handwriting, though perfectly legible, is not especially neat; it contains occasional cross-outs and changes. Some entries appear to be incomplete; other headings have no content at all. This manuscript and its companion volume may have been a set of working notes for a fair copy.

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        Theoretisch-praktisches Handbuch der Forstbotanik und Forsttechnologie von Dr. Moritz Balthasar Borkhausen. Erster Theil [und] Zweiter Theil (welcher nebst der fortgesetzten Holzbeschreibung zugleich den Nomenclator terminologicus und ein vollständiges Register über das Ganze enthält).

      Gießen & Darmstadt: Georg Friedrich Heyer 1800-1803. 2 Bände (vollständig). XVI, 866, (2); X, (6), 867-2070, (72) Seiten. 8° (17,5-22,5 cm). Dekorative Halblederbände der Zeit mit floraler Rückenvergoldung und zweifarbigen Rückenschildern sowie Kiebitzpapierbezügen und rot gefärbten Schnitten. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. Moritz Balthasar Borkhausen (1760-1806) war ein deutscher Naturwissenschaftler. Sein Hauptwerk \"Theoretisch-praktisches Handbuch der Forstbotanik und Forsttechnologie \"zerfällt in einen theoretischen und in einen praktischen Theil. Der erste verbreitet sich über das Grundsätzliche, die Terminologie, Systemkunde, Physiologie und Pathologie. Der [andere enthält] eine vollständige Naturgeschichte der Holzarten nebst Angabe über Cultur und Gebrauchswerth, geordnet nach seinem System (Ordnungen nach der Beschaffenheit der Frucht).\" (Quelle: ADB III, 160ff.) - Einbände leicht berieben und gering fleckig. Lederecken teils etwas beschabt. Ecken und Kanten teilweise mit stärkerem Abrieb. Schnitte etwas angestaubt und gering fleckig. Vorsätze leicht leimschattig. Handschriftliche Besitzvemerke in schwarzer Tinte auf den fliegenden Vorsatzpapieren (bei Band 2 zusätzlich auf dem vorderen Innendeckel). Wenige Seiten mit kleineren braunen Flecken. - Insgesamt sauberes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar des bekannten Standardwerkes (Mantel I, 21). Versand D: 5,50 EUR Borkhausen, Moritz Balthasar: Theoretisch-praktisches Handbuch der Forstbotanik und Forsttechnologie von Dr. Moritz Balthasar Borkhausen. Erster Theil [und] Zweiter Theil (welcher nebst der fortgesetzten Holzbeschreibung zugleich den Nomenclator terminologicus und ein vollständiges Register über das Ganze enthält). 2 Bände (vollständig). Gießen & Darmstadt: Georg Friedrich Heyer 1800-1803.

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        A Manual of a Course of Chemistry; or A Series of Experiments and Illustrations, Necessary to Form A Complete Course of That Science. Illustrated with Seventeen Plates. Translated from the French. To Which is Added, An Appendix, by the translator. Volume I.

      J. Cuthell and Vernor and Hood. London 1800 - First edition. xx, 448pp. + [19]pp. index. All 15 engraved sepia plates present as called for in Volume I. Bound in very attractive full tree calf, gilt, contrasting labels, small patch of rubbing to bottom corner of front cover. Some browning to pages o/w a remarkably clean and sound copy of a scarce and early chemistry volume. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Raskolnik. Livre liturgique.

      circa 1800 - In-8 de 86 feuillets non chiffrés, veau fauve estampé à froid sur ais de bois, dos à trois nerfs, pièce de titre en veau brun, décor d'entrelacs géométriques de filets droits et courbes à froid différent pour chaque plats, compartiment central du premier plat orné d'un fleurons et d'inscription à froid, fermoirs d'attache en laiton, quatre boulons de protections en émail blanc sur le plat inférieur (reliure fin XIXe siècle). Livre liturgique utilisé par les «vieux-croyants » orthodoxes appelés aussi Raskolniks. Les « vieux-croyants » forment un ensemble de groupes qui se sont séparés de l'Eglise orthodoxe de Russie par leur refus des réformes introduites par le patriarche Nikon en 1666. L'ouvrage imprimé en rouge et noir reproduit l'écriture manuscrite en slavon d'église des anciens textes avant la réforme. Bandeaux illustrés, culs-de-lampe et lettrines. « Le raskolnik dut chercher dans les vieux missels, dans les vieux manuscrits les traces de ces traditions dont il reprochait à l?église l?abandon ; ils savent lire, mais ils ne lisent que des livres de dévotion, ils ne lisent que de vieux livres. C?est ici surtout que se montre l?aveugle respect du raskol pour l?antiquité, et, de toutes les formes du culte du passé, le culte exclusif des vieux livres, des vieux auteurs, n?est pas le moins fatal au progrès. Chez les vieux-croyans, l?amour des vieux usages s?étend aux procédés de l?écriture comme aux formes des lettres et de la langue. Dans sa révolte contre l'autorité, il resemble moins au jacobin qu'au Vendéen. Le Vieux Croyant est le réfractaire moscovite persistant à travers les transformations de la Russie Nouvelle ». (A. Leroy-Beaulieu) Quelques feuillets défraîchis, trace de mouillure angulaire. Petit manque de cuir sur l'un des fermoirs.

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        Polizey von London. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt und mit erläuternden Anmerkungen versehen von J. W. Volkmann.

      Leipzig, in der Baumgärtnerschen Buchhandlung, 1800. 2 Theile (in 1 Band). 8vo. Zeitgenössischer Pappband mit Buntpapierbezug und schönem Rotschnitt. (St.a.Tbrückseite von Bd. 1). Goldsmiths 18053-54; Palgrave I, 334. - Seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe, mit dem 47 Seiten umfassenden seltenen Anhang zu Band I, der nicht allen Ausgaben beigegeben wurde. \"A mine of hard facts about the Port of London, its trade, regulations, problems and related crime at the end of the 18th century. The most comprehensive and reliable study of the subject published up to that time, it provides a detailed view of the daily workings of what was then the world`s busiest trading port\" (Amex Bank 103 zur englischen Originalausgabe von 1800). I. Ueber Londons Polizey besonders in Bezug auf Verbesserungen und Verhütungsmittel der Verbrechen. Nebst einem Anhange ähnlichen Inhalts, im Auszuge aus Briefen. Aus dem Englischen, nach der fünften Auflage, übersetzt und mit einigen Erläuterungen versehen. Leipzig 1800. LVI, 462, 47 S. II. Ueber Londons Fluß- und Hafen-Polizey besonders in Bezug auf Verbesserungen und Verhütungsmittel der Verbrechen, nebst Nachrichten vom Handel des Londoner Hafens. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt und mit einigen Erläuterungen versehen. Leipzig o. J. XVI, 382 S. Nebst einer (gefalt.) Kupfertafel und 5 gefalt. Tabellen. Versand D: 2,00 EUR

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        The Narrative of Mr. John Soren, a Native of the United States of America, piratically captured on the high seas, in requital for an act of humanity, in saving a British transport, with near 300 troops on board, from sinking. With an Appendix, containing the documents referred to in the narrative, a letter from the American Minister, and testimonials of the truth of the statement from Major Mansergh, the commanding officer of the troops, and Captain Davis.

      Printed, at the Oriental Press, by Wilson & Co. Wild Court, Lincoln's-Inn Fields. 1800 - [4], 74pp; 8vo. Bound without initial ad. leaf for J. Hatchard in 19thC half calf, spine lettered in gilt, plain paper boards. ESTC T147025; Sabin, 87138. In February 1796, The Enterprise set sail for Surinam with John Soren, described as a freighter, on board with his Captain, Wyatt St. Barbe. Finding a British Ship the Isabella in danger, Soren and St. Barbe offered to help the stricken ship to safety only for the Captain to seize the cargo and ?make prisoners of his benefactors? Soren failed to gain restitution for his losses: 'He is now stripped of everything (and) wasted four years of the prime of life in fruitless solicitation'. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die großen Schrecken des Krieges. 1633 (erschienen). Folge von 18 Radierungen in einem Halbledereinband. Vollständig. Von Leon. Schenk nach Jacques Callot. Bei Gerret van Schagen. \"De Droeve Ellendigheden van den Oorloogh seer aerdigh en konftigh afgebeeldt door Iaques Callot\".

       Um 1800. Alle in der Platte bezeichnet \"Callot in. et fe.\", meist mit \"Israel excud. cum Privil. Reg.\". Alle mit der gestochenen Nr. (Titel mit der Nr. 2, dann 2-18). Kräftige, teils gegensatzreiche Drucke auf festem Velin. Alle mit breitem Rand um die volle Plattenkante. Je ca. 8,3 x 19 cm (Darstellung). Vgl. Lieure 1339-1356, davon zwei gegenseitig gedruckt (1341, 1354). Lieure Kopie 4. Die Kopien tragen meist das Israel exc. (das nach Mariettes Tod gelöscht und durch Callot ersetzt wurde), insgesamt weichen die Bezeichnungen teils marginal von dem Originalzustand ab. Bildunterschriften identisch, ohne die bei Lieure erwähnten Modifikationen.Vorhanden sind: Titelblatt mit holländischem Text. Die folgenden Blätter tragen die gestochenen französischen Bildunterschriften des Abbé de Marolles: Die Anwerbung der Truppe. Die Schlacht (gegenseitig). Die Plünderung. Die Plünderung auf einem Bauernhof. Die Zerstörung eines Klosters. Zerstörung und Verbrennung eines Klosters. Der Überfall auf die Kutsche. Die Entdeckung der Übeltäter. Der Wippgalgen. Die Gehenkten Die Erschießung. Der Scheiterhaufen. Das Rad. Das Krankenhaus. Die Sterbenden am Straßenrand (gegenseitig). Die Rache der Bauern. Die Verteilung der Belohnung.Gegen Ende der 1620er Jahre besucht Callot Paris und die Niederlande und erhält Aufträge der Höfe von Frankreich, Spanien und Lothringen. 1633 produziert er - angeregt von seinen Erlebnissen bei der Invasion Lothringens durch Kardinal Richelieus Truppen - eine seiner bekanntesten Folgen \"Die großen Schrecken des Krieges\". Callot ist der erste Künstler, Grauen und Elend des Krieges darstellt und dabei auf die Verherrlichung und Heroisierung der Sieger verzichtet. Erst zweihundert Jahre später wird ihm Goya in seiner Auffassung folgen und den Radierzyklus \"Los desastres de la guerra\" herausbringen. - Überwiegend im Randbereich stockfleckig. Einband berieben, ein fliegender Vorsatz gelöst. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Callot, Altmeistergraphik, Druckgraphik 17. Jahrhundert, old master prints, Original Künstlergraphik

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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        Steel's Naval Remembrancer

      1800. STEEL, David. Steel's Naval Remembrancer. [4], 84 pp. Small square 8vo., bound in nineteenth-century blue morocco, gilt-lettered spine, original front wrapper preserved. London: H.L. Galabin, 1800. |~||~||~||~| The frontispiece shows the obverse and reverse of a medal for flag officers and captains who distinguished themselves at the engagements under Howe (1st June 1794), Duncan (11th Oct. 1797), Jervis (14th February 1797), and Nelson (1st August 1798). A treasure trove of information on the personnel and activities of the Royal Navy at the turn of the nineteenth century. A very good copy.

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        Les jeux et plaisirs de l'enfance, d'après Jacques Stella ; terminés par Chaponnier

      ( - in-8 à l'italienne, non Paris, Chez Chaise, (vers 1800), , in-8 à l'italienne, non paginé, [1] feuillet de titre, 12 gravures en couleurs avec autant de feuillets de texte, imprimés sur une seule face, en regard, veau granité de l'époque, dos lisse et fleuronné, pièce de titre verte, roulette en bordure des plats, tranches dorées, Rare édition du début du XIXe siècle, qui copie, en réduction, les gravures du XVIIe siècle : publiés en 1657, les Jeux et plaisir de l'enfance se composaient de 51 gravures sur cuivre de Claudine Bouzonnet Stella (1636-1697), nièce de Jacques Stella (1596-1657), réalisées d'après les dessins originaux du maître. Douze de ces figures ont été copiées, pour la présente édition, par Alexandre Chaponnier (1753-1830?), graveur parisien, spécialiste de la gravure au pointillé. Exemplaire colorié à l'époque à l'aquarelle ; les coloris sont frais et habillement posés. Ils apportent beaucoup de vie aux tableaux de chérubins, s'adonnant à des divertissements divers ; la danse, la poule et le cerceau, le palet, le ballon, le bâtonnet et la charrue, la fossette aux noyaux, la balançoire, le bain, les dés, la rangette ou les petits paquets, la fossette et le court bâton. Les textes en regard expliquent le principe de ces jeux ; en pied sont retranscrits les petits poèmes de l'édition de 1657. Il existe des exemplaires comprenant 24 figures. Charmant ouvrage. Rousseurs. Petites restaurations. Brunet V, 529, et Gumuchian n° 3413 pour l'édition de 1657. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fernsicht, i. Vgr, mittig Hardenstein, "Aussicht von einer Höhe bey Herbede an der Ruhr nach dem Hause Hardenstein und der Herrlichkeit Witten".

      - kol. Kupferstich v. D. Berger n. J.C. Huber, um 1800, 25 x 39 Westfalia Picta, Bd. II, S. 261. - Blick ins Ruhrtal von Herbede nach Witten. Mittig das schon ruinöse Haus Hardenstein, rechts daneben - in den Abhängen der Ruhr - zwei Stollenmundlöcher vom Kohlentageabbau.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Dale's Collection of Sixty Favorite Scotch Songs: Taken from the Original Manuscripts of the Most Celebrated Scotch Authors & Composers: Properly Adapted for the German Flute. [Books I-III]

      London: Printed for J. Dale No. 19 Cornhill, & the Corner of the Holles Street, Oxford Street, 1800. Hardcover. Good. [1], [2]-70, [2], [71]-125, [3], [127]-202p. No blanks or free endpapers present. Contemporary oblong 1/4 leather. 24 x 17cm. Lacks one leaf of music (pages 179/180 containing "Bonny Dundee" and "I'm o'er Young to Marry"). Cover intact but heavily rubbed and rather worn with a couple of corners cracked and head of backstrip chipped. Contents firmly bound and rather sound although a few pages are a bit grubby. OCLC lists only one holding of Dale's Collection adapted for the German Flute (and that of Book I only at Oxford with the inaccurate notation: "No more published").

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        Karte von dem Kurfürstlich= und Herzoglich= Saechsischen Laendern Nach astronomischen Beobachtungen und geometrischen Messungen neu entworfen und herausgegeben 1800 von der K.K. privileg. Schneider u. Weigelschen Kunst- u. Buchhandlung, in Nürnberg.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Schneider & Weigel in Nürnberg, dat. 1800, 54 x 74,5 Zeigt das Kurfürstentum Sachsen mit dem Fürstentum Anhalt, Thüringischer Kreis, Grafschaft Henneberg, Fürstentum Coburg, Erzgebirgischer Kreis, Vogtländischer Kreis, Meissnischer Kreis, Leipziger Kreis etc. zwischen Berlin, Fürstentum Eisenach, Görlitz und Eger in Böhmen. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche. - Oben links Maßstab und Erklärungen. - Seltene Karte! (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Stadtplan, umgeben v. 13 Detailansichten, "Grundriß von der Stadt Potsdam".

      - Kupferstich ( anonym ), um 1800, 35,5 x 43,5 Selten! Nicht bei Drescher/Kroll und Giersberg/Schendel. - Die Detailansichten zeigen: Garnisonkirche, St. Nicola Kirche, Heil. Geist Kirche, Französ. Kirche, Rathaus, Gewehrfabrik, Sanssouci, königl. Schloß (2x), Jap. Palais, Lazareth des 1. Bartailon Garde, Prediger- u. Schulhaus St. Nicolai und Garde du Corps Stall. - Der Plan ist alt auf Leinwand aufgezogen und auf ein Untersatzpaoier montiert. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        FRANKFURT. "Prospect der freyen wohl befestigten Reichs= Stadt Franckfurt in der Wetterau". Gesamtansicht mit dem Main rechts.

      - Kupferstich aus "Der Privilegierte Churfürstlich Sächsische Postillon", um 1800, 18 x 30 cm. Sehr selten. Über der Ansicht Legende und im Medaillon Porträt "Heraclius II.". - Mit schmalem Rändchen.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Cahier d`Arithmetique. Französische Handschrift auf Papier.

      St. Pierre de Champdieu 1800. 23 Blatt, ca. 40 x 26 cm, durch zwei alte Seidenbändchen verknüpft,. in einer neuen Klappkassette mit montierter Kopie des Titelblatts, Kassette 42,2 x 28,8 cm. (die Kassette leicht angestaubt, die Blätter teils etwas gebräunt, wenig fingerfleckig, die Seidenbändchen brüchig, im ganzen recht gut erhalten) Sehr prachtvoll ausgeführtes Rechenheft des Studenten Pierre Vacheu, mit seiner Unterschrift auf dem letzten Blatt. Vacheu scheint aus St. Pierre de Champdieu (Dept. Loire) zu stammen, da dieser Ort in Verbindung mit seinem Namen in Vertrags- und Quittungsvorlagen im Rechenbuch verschiedenlich genannt wird. Die Rechenbeispiele, Anleitungen und Beweise sind in Spalten geschrieben und in Rahmen eingefasst, die Leerstellen mit hübschen floralen Ornamenten in Grün, Rot und Braun geschmückt, alles mit der Feder gezeichnet. Das Zeitkolorit der Französischen Revolution leuchtet in den Mustertexten in Formulierungen wie \"Citoyen Philibert\" gelegentlich auf. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung [Beautiful, Rare and Special;Schönes;Seltenes;Kunst;Zeichnungen;Naturwissenschaften;Mathematik;Kulturgeschichte;Bibliophilie;Handschriften]

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        Der Wandelbach im Oberhaslital mit Scheidegg, Meiringen, Aareschlucht und Wasserfällen. Original-Aquarell und Gouache auf Papier.

      Feuerthalen Bildgröße: 42 x 59 cm, alt unter Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 64 x 80 cm ).verso am Bildunterrand von Heinrich Bleuler signiert und bezeichnet mit: \" Gez. und gem. von Joh. Hein. Bleuler in Feuerthalen bei Schaffhausen \", undatiert ( um 1800 ). Gezeigt wird rechts: Scheidegg mit Wandelbachfall - Talgrund Mitte: Meiringen - links dahinter: Dorf und Mühlibachfall - Bildhintergrund: Aareschlucht mit Dammastock und Sustenhorn. Guter Zustand. Der Rahmen etwas bestoßen, leicht beschädigt. >>> Johann Heinrich Bleuler (*1758 Zollikon bei Zürich - 1823 Feuerthalen). Literatur siehe Thieme-Becker, Allgemeines Lexikon der Bildenden Künstler, Band IV, Seite 115 <<< ( Bitte beachten: Da unter Glas gerahmt hier leider kein Versand möglich, bitte nur Selbstabholung in meinem Ladengeschäft ). ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Bleuler, Johann Heinrich Bleuler, Google, Oberhaslithal, Oberhaslital, Oberhasli, Wandelbach, Aare, Aareschlucht, Schweiz, Aargau, Scheidegg, Wandelbachfall, Meiringen, Mühlbachfall, Dammastock, Sustenhorn, Wasserfall, Original

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        Gesamtansicht von einer Anhöhe mit weitem Blick ins Aartal und die Berge.

       Gouache von Johann Heinrich Bleuler, um 1800, 23,5 x 33,5 cm. Originalgouache in den für Bleuler typischen lichten Grün- und Gelbtönen. Links neben dem großen Randbaum hübsche Personenstaffage. - Rechts wenige kleine, nicht störende Fleckchen. Alt auf Einfassungslinie geschnitten und gerahmt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Aquarell/Zeichnung, Europa, Schweiz

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        UNTERSEEN. Gesamtansicht von einer Anhöhe mit weitem Blick ins Aartal und die Berge.

      - Gouache von Johann Heinrich Bleuler, um 1800, 23,5 x 33,5 cm. Originalgouache in den für Bleuler typischen lichten Grün- und Gelbtönen. Links neben dem großen Randbaum hübsche Personenstaffage. - Rechts wenige kleine, nicht störende Fleckchen. Alt auf Einfassungslinie geschnitten und gerahmt.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Blumenbouquet mit Papagei-Tulpe. Aquarell und Tusche über Spuren von Bleistift.

       Um 1800. Signiert \"Julia [...] und datiert \"d. 4ten Febr.\". Auf Bütten mit angeschnittenem Wasserzeichen. 22,8 x 18,8 cm (blattgroß). Fein gemaltes Studienblatt einer zu einem Strauß gebundenen Papagei-Tulpe. Blattfüllende Arbeit und mit einem Tuschrand eingefaßt. Verso von alter Hand bezeichnet: \"gemalt um 1800 / Julia [...] 1786-1856/ Mühlhausen in Thüringen\". - Insgesamt schwach knittrig und mit Knickspuren in der rechten Blatthälfte. Am Unterrand unregelmäßig geschnitten und Signatur innerhalb der Darstellung aufgeklebt. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Tulpe, Papagei-Tulpe, Bouquet, Blumenbouquet, Originalhandzeichnung, um 1800

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        Voyage de la Propontide et du Pont-Euxin. Tome 2 (seul).

      Paris, Dentu, Imprimeur-Libraire, An VIII (1800), - in-8vo, 2 ff. (faux-titre et titre) + p. 169 à 416 + la grande carte dépl. ?Carte de Constantinople par F. Kauffer et J. B. Lechevalier l'an 1786? + la ?carte de la Mer Noire ou Pont-Euxin? dépl., entièrement non rogné, cartonnage original muet, pièce de titre en papier au dos. Manque le tome 1. Le tome 2 fait a dèscription de Constantinople (Istanbul, c'est la quatrième partie p. 169) avec l'Explication de la Carte de Constantinople suit la vue générale de Constantinople son intérieure, les bains et ces mosquées etc. Suit la cinquième parte les dimensions de la Mer Noir et la dèscription de ces côtes. Second volume only of 2 vols., with the description of Istanbul and the Black Sea, with a superbe folded map of Constantinople (Istanbul) and a smaller folded map of ?la Mer Noire? (Black Sea), untrimmed copy in cont. paperbinding.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A General Map of the Empire of Germany, Holland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the Grisons, Italy, Sicily, Corsica and Sardinia.

      London, Stockdale, 1800. - Mit Übersichtskarte, Widmungsblatt, 25 (22 doppelblattgross) gestochenen Karten, Halblederband der Zeit, 66 x 50 cm, Einband berieben und bestossen, die Karten gut erhalten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat H. Carlsen]
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        Die großen Schrecken des Krieges. 1633 (erschienen). Folge von 18 Radierungen in einem Halbledereinband. Vollständig. Von Leon. Schenk nach Jacques Callot. Bei Gerret van Schagen. "De Droeve Ellendigheden van den Oorloogh seer aerdigh en konftigh afgebeeldt door Iaques Callot".

      Um 1800. - Alle in der Platte bezeichnet "Callot in. et fe.", meist mit "Israel excud. cum Privil. Reg.". Alle mit der gestochenen Nr. (Titel mit der Nr. 2, dann 2-18). Kräftige, teils gegensatzreiche Drucke auf festem Velin. Alle mit breitem Rand um die volle Plattenkante. Vgl. Lieure 1339-1356, davon zwei gegenseitig gedruckt (1341, 1354). Lieure Kopie 4. Die Kopien tragen meist das Israel exc. (das nach Mariettes Tod gelöscht und durch Callot ersetzt wurde), insgesamt weichen die Bezeichnungen teils marginal von dem Originalzustand ab. Bildunterschriften identisch, ohne die bei Lieure erwähnten Modifikationen. Vorhanden sind: Titelblatt mit holländischem Text. Die folgenden Blätter tragen die gestochenen französischen Bildunterschriften des Abbé de Marolles: Die Anwerbung der Truppe. Die Schlacht (gegenseitig). Die Plünderung. Die Plünderung auf einem Bauernhof. Die Zerstörung eines Klosters. Zerstörung und Verbrennung eines Klosters. Der Überfall auf die Kutsche. Die Entdeckung der Übeltäter. Der Wippgalgen. Die Gehenkten Die Erschießung. Der Scheiterhaufen. Das Rad. Das Krankenhaus. Die Sterbenden am Straßenrand (gegenseitig). Die Rache der Bauern. Die Verteilung der Belohnung.Gegen Ende der 1620er Jahre besucht Callot Paris und die Niederlande und erhält Aufträge der Höfe von Frankreich, Spanien und Lothringen. 1633 produziert er - angeregt von seinen Erlebnissen bei der Invasion Lothringens durch Kardinal Richelieus Truppen - eine seiner bekanntesten Folgen "Die großen Schrecken des Krieges". Callot ist der erste Künstler, Grauen und Elend des Krieges darstellt und dabei auf die Verherrlichung und Heroisierung der Sieger verzichtet. Erst zweihundert Jahre später wird ihm Goya in seiner Auffassung folgen und den Radierzyklus "Los desastres de la guerra" herausbringen. - Überwiegend im Randbereich stockfleckig. Einband berieben, ein fliegender Vorsatz gelöst. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2100 Je ca. 8,3 x 19 cm (Darstellung).

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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