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2020-08-07 14:47:15
Paris: Chez H. Agasse, 1805. Hardcover. 7, 114 plates; G; bound in full period tree-calf, paneled spine with two labels with gilt titling, gilt to panels; patterned endpapers; Page 7 and 'Addidion a l'explication des planches' both excised, trimmed on all edges, and loose within; Composition et Expression 1 (planche double) excised but present, Dessin 13 excised but present, Dessin 38 excised and missing, Gravure 8 excised and missing, Sculpture en Bois 1 excised, cut into pieces, with some pieces present; with 114/116 plates; shelved case 4. Shelved Dupont Bookstore.
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2020-08-05 21:47:08
FRIEDRICH, Caspar David (Greifswald 1774-1840 Dresden) - und Johann Christian Adolf FRIEDRICH (Deutschland 1770-1843).
1805. Orig.-Holzschnitt auf Bütten. 6,7 x 25,5 cm, 30 x 23,4 cm (Blatt), Neudruck von 1927 (?). Unter Passep., gerahmt. Literatur: Ursula Meyer, Greifswalder Maler des späten 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts. Gemälde - Graphik. Museum der Stadt Greifswald 1963, Nr. 61 mit Abb. 7 - Werner Sumowksi, Caspar David Friedrich-Studien, Wiesbaden 1970, S. 136-138 - Helmut Börsch-Supan und Karl Wilhelm Jähnig, Caspar David Friedrich. Gemälde, Druckgraphik und bildmäßige Zeichnungen, München 1973, Nr. 74 Abb. (dort weitere Literatur) - Caspar David Friedrich und Umkreis, Ausst. Kat. Galerie Hans, Hamburg 2006, S. 34-37, Kat. 8-9 - Cornelia Reiter, Klaus Albrecht Schröder (Hg.), Ausst. Kat. Welten der Romantik, Ostfildern 2015, S. 112, Nr. 35. - Bei dem vorliegenden Holzschnitt handelt es sich um einen von bisher sieben bekannten Abzügen des um 1805 entstandenen Holzschnittes mit dem Selbstporträt von Caspar David Friedrich, welches kurz nach der größeren Version seines Selbstbildnisses von 1803 entstanden sein dürfte (Sumowski 1970, S. 136-138 Börsch-Supan und Jähnig 1973, Nr. 74). Laut Börsch-Supan ist das frühere Blatt nach einer Vorzeichnung Friedrichs von seinem Bruder Christian(1779-1843) in Holz geschnitten worden und steht möglicherweise in Verbindung mit der Produktion der drei Holzschnitte "Die Frau mit dem Spinnennetz zwischen den kahlen Bäumen (Melancholie, Die Spinne)", "Die Frau mit dem Raben am Abgrund" und "Knabe aufeinem Grab schlafend". Im späten 18. und frühen 19. Jahrhundert fand der Holzschnitt hauptsächlich als Buchschmuck Verwendung. Börsch-Supan geht daher davon aus, d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2020-08-05 19:03:11
Bible
1805. Condition: Acceptable. The Holy Bible, Translated from th Latin Vugate: Diligently Compared with the Hebrew, Greek, and Other Editions in Divers Languages. The Old Testament, First Published by the English College at Doway, A.D. 1609. And The New Testament, First Published by the English Colege at Rhemes, A.D. 1582. With Annotations, References, and an Historical and Chronological Index. First American, from the Fifth Dublin Edition. Newly Revised and Corrected According to the Clementin Edition of the Scriptures. Philadelphia: Published by Mathew Carey, No. 122, Market-Street. Oct. 15, M,DCCC.V. [1805]. Important early American Bible by the pioneering Catholic publisher Mathew Carey. A substantial 4to. volume in full leather with original covers and a later matching spine in six panels offset by functional raised bands and a gilt leather label. Collates complete except for the general title (supplied in expert facsimile), Subscriber List, and Approbaion leaf. All plates are present, although most have major tears with loss. Endpapers renewed. Corners worn with loss, esp. the upper corner of rear cover. Interior heavily browned and spotted; many leaves have marginal tears. All pagination errors called for in O'Callaghan are present, plus two additional errors: page 613 is misnumbered 316 and page 745 is misnumbered 743. Provenance: extensive family records between testaments indicate this belonged to a pioneering Pennsylvania family, Richard Adams (born 1776), married Margaret Marshall in 1796. 772; 214pp. plus tables. Herbert 1481; Hills 120 (text); Pope 720-2; Cotto … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: skodouay [Houston, Texas, United States]
2020-08-04 08:12:10
Berlin - Opernhaus
kol. Kupferstich v. P. Haas n. Serrurier b. Gaspare Weiss u. Co., um 1805, 17,5 x 26,5 "Kiewitz 1236: Ernst, Berlin in der Druckgraphik, Serrrurier, Nr. 37. - Selten! Der Betrachter steht auf der Straße ""Unter den Linden"" und blickt in Richtung Brandenburger Tor. Links die Staatsoper, rechts die Universität."
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Germany]
2020-08-03 19:41:03
Pallas, Peter Simon (1741-1811). J. P. Jacob, printer
Paris: Deterville, Librairie économique1805. Folio. New half orange goatskin and marbled boards by Sasha Mosalov; original spine preserved. 28 x 40 cm. 37 of 55 plates. Right part of plate 16 missing. Title page and a few others soiled. Brunet IV, col. 325; Cat. Russica 36; Stafleu & Cowan 7224; Wood, p. 511; DSB X, pp. 283-285. Russie - PALLAS (Pierre-Simon). (ATLAS des) Voyages entrepris dans les gouvernemens méridionaux de l'empire de la Russie dans les années 1793 et 1794 par Mr. le professeur Pallas. Paris, Deterville, 1805.In-4 oblong, demi-veau (reliure de l'époque). 37 planches (sur 55).partie droite de la carte 16 manquante. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-08-03 12:04:06
Berlin - Zeughaus
1805. BERLIN - ZEUGHAUS: 'Das Zeughaus und das Palais des Königs. - l'Arsenal et le Palais du Roi', Kupferstich v. P. Haas n. Serrurier b. Gaspare Weiss u. Co., um 1805, 17,5 x 27 Kiewitz 1241; Ernst, Berlin in der Druckgraphik, Serruier, Nr. 38. - Der Betrachter steht auf der Straße 'Unter den Linden' und blickt zum Schloß. Links das Zeughaus, rechts das Kronprinzenpalais. Mittig die Hundebrücke (heute Schloßbrücke). Artikelnummer: 65656.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Germany]
2020-08-03 00:39:50
LECOY, Francois
Paris: Duponcet, 1805. 1805 Surveying Method Topography COLOR Map Making Landscaping Construction LecoyFrancois Lecoy's 'Simple and Easy Methods for Surveying' is a fine, early 19th-century treatise on the systems used in construction and map preparation. Lecoy discusses the means by which French surveyors level land through the means of linear trigonometry. This 1805 first edition is an exception example of early 19th-century landscaping and topography. Note that this book includes impressive, folding color engravings of topographical examples and surveying tools. Item number: #11652Price: $599LECOY, FrançoisMéthode simple et facile pour lever les plans, suivie d'un traité du nivellement, d'un abrégé des règles du lavis et des élémens de trigonométrie rectiligneA Paris : Chez Duponcet ..., an XIII=1805. First edition.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso xxxii, 119, [1], 12o 12 folding plates· Provenance: Handwritten - Duponceto Signed by the publisher· Language: French· Binding: Leather; tight & secure· Size: ~7in X 4in (18cm x 10cm)Our Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!11652Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2020-08-02 18:53:10
DESAULT, P. J.
Fry & Kammerer, Philadelphia, 1805. First edition in English. 8vo., 413pp., 3 plates, foxed, re-backed full leather. Wherein his Opinion and Practice, in such Cases, are stated and exemplified. Edited by Xav[ier] Bichat. Translated by Charles Caldwell with Notes and an Appendix containing several late Improvements in Surgery [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Ohi Shoten [Fuchu-City, TOKYO, Japan]
2020-08-02 01:55:23
(Mexico) Mexici typis Sacrorum, 1805. FREE door to door worldwide shipping: 2/4 days to North America or Europe. Please check our feedback and see how quickly we ship. We are the leading antiquarian booksellers in Latin America & members of ILAB (International League of Antiquarian Booksellers, London) & ABA (Antiquarian Booksellers Association, London). We have been in business for more than 35 years. We are a general antiquarian bookstore with emphasis in rare books and manuscripts related to the Spanish speaking world. Five Rare Nineteenth-Century Breviaries, 4 of Them Printed in Mexico Officia sanctorum in breviario romano: ex mandato summorum pontificum novitèr apponenda tàm de praecepto, quàm ad libitum recitanda: et alia, quae generaliter in Hispania. Mexici typis Sacrorum Librorum apud D. Mariae Fernandez à Jauregui), 1805. Small 4to [6], 416 p. Engraved titlepage in red and black. Contemporary sheepskin, gold tooling on both covers, rubbed, lacking a piece on the spine. *Medina (Mexico) 9744; Palau 199071 [with] Officia propria sanctorum ordinis S.P.N. Augustini, ibidem, 1810, 127, [1] pp. *Palau 199103 Medina (Mexico) 10396 [with] In festo Sancti Ioanis Nepomuceni, Angelop (Puebla de los Ángeles), Typ. Gubiernationis, 1828 19 pp. 1h. [with] Die XXII Januárii in festo Sancti Vincéntii Levítae et martyris, duplex secúndae classis cum octáva, Matriti, Typis Regiae Societatis, 1819, 6p. 1h. [with] Officia propria sanctorum ordinis S.P.N. Augustini. Mexici, ex typographia Mariani Arevalo, 1841. 32p. (g.6807) RF 956. X99X001184.
Bookseller: antanobooks [Miami, Florida, United States]
2020-07-31 17:46:09
Linnaeus, Carl
London: Dr. Thornton, 1805. Linnaeus, Carl (1707-78). Linnaeus in his Lapland dress. Mezzotint portrait, hand-colored, by Robert Dunkarton after the painting by Martin Hoffman. London: Published by Dr. Thornton, 1 June 1805. 505 x 351 mm. (platemark); 565 x 459 mm. (sheet). A few small chips and marginal tears not affecting image, traces of former mounting in upper corners, but very good. Striking hand-colored mezzotint portrait of Linnaeus at age 30 from the 1737 painting by Martin Hoffman, engraved by Robert Dunkarton for inclusion in R. J. Thornton's Temple of Flora (1805). In the words of Linnaeus's early biographer, Dietrich Heinrich Stoever, the portrait showed Linnaeus "with boots of reindeer-skin, about his body a girdle, from which was suspended a Laplander's drum, a needle to make nets, a straw snuffbox, a cartridgebox and a knife; his neck was bare; his head was covered with a grey round hat [colored red in the present engraving]; his hair was of a stiff brown colour; over his hand he wore Laplander's gloves; and in his right hand he held a plant, red from within and white from without" (Stoever, The Life of Sir Charles Linnaeus [1794], quoted in Blunt, Linnaeus: The Compleat Naturalist, p. 117). The plant was twinflower, which Linnaeus observed while exploring Lapland and subsequently adopted as a sort of emblem. "[Linnaeus's] teacher Jan Frederik Gronovius took notice of his student's fondness for the plant and, perhaps because of Linnaeus's entreatment, renamed twinflower Linnaea borealis in honor of his student... Linnaeus reveals the story in his book Spec … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-07-30 11:01:03
FAIRBURN, John.
1805. London: Fairburn, 1798. Engraved map with original body colour, with letterpress text. Sheet 395 x 505mm. Slightly trimmed into maps on left, colour oxidised, a few worm holes, some pencil mss. A very scarce broadsheet celebrating the victory that gave Britain's navy undisputed control of south European waters during the Napoleonic Wars. The upper panel shows how the British swooped down on the French fleet anchored in Abukir Bay; the lower shows the position of the bay in relation to the Nile Delta and Alexandria. To the right is letterpress text copying Nelson's dispatches to Admiral John Jervis, Commander of the Mediterranean Fleet, as published in the London Gazette, a list of ships of both sides and the casualties of the British. Broadsheets such as these were the published to inform the general public about important events, sold in bookshops & stationers. Issued as loose sheets they were difficult to store, so surviving examples are rare
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
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2020-07-30 10:12:06
Heidelberg
Kupferstich v. u. n. Primavesi, um 1805, 29,2 x 41
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Germany]
2020-07-30 05:45:50
VERMEULEN, Adriaan Theodoor.
1; 1; 1 pp.Three original certificates (attestaties de vita) drawn up on Vermeulen's request by the “Raad van Justitie” (Council of Justice) at Semarang (1805), still under Dutch rule, and Soerabaya under French rule (1811 under Daendels) and under British rule (1814 under Raffles), the last two in the northeast district of Java].Ad 1: Manuscript certificate stating that Adriaan Theodoor Vermeulen, born at Rotterdam on 9 July 1766 as son of Hendrik Vermeulen, wine-merchant, and Ida Adelgonda Daaghoven [recté Bachooveen], was actually present in person as a “koopman” (merchant) living in Semarang and that the Raad has given him this “attestatie de vita” (life certificate) on his request. Dated: Saturday 3 August 1805.Ad 2: Manuscript certificate stating that Adriaan Theodoor Vermeulen arrived in the East Indies in 1783 on the ship “De Geregtigheid” as an ordinary seaman. After having served the VOC (Dutch East India Company) in several functions, Vermeulen was promoted to koopman (merchant) and he now lives in Soerabaya after having served the French Empire as vice-prefect of Sumanap (the eastern part of the Island Madura). He has declared that he was born at Rotterdam on 9 July 1766 as son of Hendrik Vermeulen and Ida Adelgonda Bachoven, that he is actually present in person and that the Raad, on his request, has therefore given him this “attestatie de vita” (life certificate), “door hem ook met ons te gelyk ... onderteekend” (“also signed by him at the same time as us”, but the space below “Door mij versogt: ...” remains blank!). Dated: at the Office of the Raad van Justit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-30 05:29:06
1805. HEIDELBERG: TA., Schloß v. Nordosten m. Blick auf Heidelb., 'Die nord-oestliche Ansicht des Heidelberger Schlosses', Kupferstich n. u. v. Primavesi, um 1805, 29 x 41,5 Schefold, Nr. 25633. - Blick zur Schloßruine, rechts Heidelberg und das Neckartal. Artikelnummer: 306129.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH (cpaulusch) [10178, Germany]
2020-07-30 05:29:06
1805. HEIDELBERG: TA., Schloß v. Südwesten, 'Die Süd Westliche Ansicht des Heidelberger Schlosses. - Vue de la ..', Kupferstich v. u. n. Primavesi, um 1805, 29,2 x 41 Artikelnummer: 317108.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH (cpaulusch) [10178, Germany]
2020-07-29 05:34:29
Linnaeus, Carl
London: Dr. Thornton, 1805. Linnaeus, Carl (1707-78). Linnaeus in his Lapland dress. Mezzotint portrait, hand-colored, by Robert Dunkarton after the painting by Martin Hoffman. London: Published by Dr. Thornton, 1 June 1805. 505 x 351 mm. (platemark); 565 x 459 mm. (sheet). A few small chips and marginal tears not affecting image, traces of former mounting in upper corners, but very good. Striking hand-colored mezzotint portrait of Linnaeus at age 30 from the 1737 painting by Martin Hoffman, engraved by Robert Dunkarton for inclusion in R. J. Thornton's Temple of Flora (1805). In the words of Linnaeus's early biographer, Dietrich Heinrich Stoever, the portrait showed Linnaeus "with boots of reindeer-skin, about his body a girdle, from which was suspended a Laplander's drum, a needle to make nets, a straw snuffbox, a cartridgebox and a knife; his neck was bare; his head was covered with a grey round hat [colored red in the present engraving]; his hair was of a stiff brown colour; over his hand he wore Laplander's gloves; and in his right hand he held a plant, red from within and white from without" (Stoever, The Life of Sir Charles Linnaeus [1794], quoted in Blunt, Linnaeus: The Compleat Naturalist, p. 117). The plant was twinflower, which Linnaeus observed while exploring Lapland and subsequently adopted as a sort of emblem. "[Linnaeus's] teacher Jan Frederik Gronovius took notice of his student's fondness for the plant and, perhaps because of Linnaeus's entreatment, renamed twinflower Linnaea borealis in honor of his student... Linnaeus reveals the story in his book Spec … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman & Co., Inc. [United States]
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2020-07-28 15:17:29
Paris: Chez H. Agasse, 1805. 7, 114 plates; G; bound in full period tree-calf, paneled spine with two labels with gilt titling, gilt to panels; patterned endpapers; Page 7 and 'Addidion a l'explication des planches' both excised, trimmed on all edges, and loose within; Composition et Expression 1 (planche double) excised but present, Dessin 13 excised but present, Dessin 38 excised and missing, Gravure 8 excised and missing, Sculpture en Bois 1 excised, cut into pieces, with some pieces present; with 114/116 plates; shelved case 4.
Bookseller: Second Story Books [United States]
2020-07-27 18:13:03
VERMEULEN, Adriaan Theodoor.
[Three original manuscript documents (Attestaties de Vita)]Serambang & Soerabaya (Indonesia) , 1805, 1811 & 1814. Folio & 4to. Three manuscript certificates, written in ink on paper, folded. 1; 1; 1 pp. Three original certificates (attestaties de vita) drawn up on Vermeulens request by the "Raad van Justitie" (Council of Justice) at Semarang (1805), still under Dutch rule, and Soerabaya under French rule (1811 under Daendels) and under British rule (1814 under Raffles), the last two in the northeast district of Java].Ad 1: Manuscript certificate stating that Adriaan Theodoor Vermeulen, born at Rotterdam on 9 July 1766 as son of Hendrik Vermeulen, wine-merchant, and Ida Adelgonda Daaghoven [recté Bachooveen], was actually present in person as a "koopman" (merchant) living in Semarang and that the Raad has given him this "attestatie de vita" (life certificate) on his request. Dated: Saturday 3 August 1805.Ad 2: Manuscript certificate stating that Adriaan Theodoor Vermeulen arrived in the East Indies in 1783 on the ship "De Geregtigheid" as an ordinary seaman. After having served the VOC (Dutch East India Company) in several functions, Vermeulen was promoted to koopman (merchant) and he now lives in Soerabaya after having served the French Empire as vice-prefect of Sumanap (the eastern part of the Island Madura). He has declared that he was born at Rotterdam on 9 July 1766 as son of Hendrik Vermeulen and Ida Adelgonda Bachoven, that he is actually present in person and that the Raad, on his request, has therefore given him this "attestatie de vita" (life certificate), "door he … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-07-27 08:46:02
1805. BERLIN - BÖRSE: Die alte Börse, 'Vue de la nouvelle Bourse à Berlin á gauche on voit l'une rangées d' arbres dent la place d'Armes est en tourée, au fond, et du meme cote le batiment de la Douane et à droite derrière la bourse, la petite Eglise de la Garnison', kol. Aquatinta b. Genty in Paris, um 1805, 23 x 34,5 Nicht bei Kiewitz; Ernst, Banken Nr. 2..- Selten! Blick vom Lustgarten zur alten Börse, mittig links der Packhof, daneben das Badehaus ( 1802 entstanden ). - Das Blatt tadellos und breitrandig. Oben rechts mit 'No. 15' bezeichnet. Artikelnummer: 71516.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH (cpaulusch) [10178, Germany]
2020-07-27 08:46:02
1805. BERLIN - BÖRSE: Die alte Börse, 'Vue de la nouvelle Bourse à Berlin á gauche on voit l'une rangées d' arbres dent la place d'Armes est en tourée, au fond, et du meme cote le batiment de la Douane et à droite derrière la bourse, la petite Eglise de la Garnison', altkol. Aquatinta b. Genty in Paris, um 1805, 23 x 34,5 Nicht bei Kiewitz; Ernst, Banken Nr. 2..- Selten! Blick vom Lustgarten zur alten Börse, mittig links der Packhof, daneben das Badehaus ( 1802 entstanden ). - Das Blatt tadellos und breitrandig. Oben rechts mit 'No. 15' bezeichnet. Artikelnummer: 310862.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH (cpaulusch) [10178, Germany]
2020-07-26 16:07:07
Gay de Vernon
Abraxas, 1805. Condition: Good. Two in-4 volumes (20.5 x 26.2 cm), full calf binding, smooth spine, 308 and 299 pages, complete with 20 plates in the first volume and 13 plates in the second; caps and cups worn, lower jaw split at the caps in volume 2, wetting on the edge of the boards in volume 1, otherwise good condition. Two in-4 volumes (20.5 x 26.2 cm), full calf binding, smooth spine, 308 and 299 pages, complete with 20 plates in the first volume and 13 plates in the second; caps and cups worn, lower jaw split at the caps in volume 2, wetting on the edge of the boards in volume 1, otherwise good condition.
Bookseller: abraxas-libris [Paris, France]
2020-07-25 10:25:09
HASTREL, Adolphe d'.
12 lithographed plates.Beautiful album, containing a series of 12 numbered tinted lithographs of sights in Argentina and Uruguay, including many ships and harbours, drawn by Adolphe d'Hastrel and lithographed by D'Hastrel himself, Cicéri, Muller, Bayot, Sabatier and Clerget. Each has a caption in Spanish and French. Adolphe d'Hastrel (1805-1874), born in Alsace, spent his youth in Tours and surroundings. He started drawing at an early age, concentrating on the Alsacian landscapes. Later he concentrated on America. The three plates that D'Hastrel lithographed himself are signed and numbered in the stone, 41-43. This series of lithographs is of great ethnological interest. In very good condition, with most plates slightly and 1 seriously foxed, some marginal water stains and 1 plate with a marginal abrasion, not affecting the images.l Benezit V, p. 428; Thieme & Becker XVI, p. 116; not in Sabin; Palau.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-24 07:04:08
[MAP - SINAI - EGYPT].
Large chromolithographed map of the Sinai desert and northeast Egypt, with the supposed route of Moses and the Israelites from Egypt to Canaan highlighted in red. An inset map at the lower right depicts "the migration of Terah and Abraham".Added in manuscript in red ink is the route of the expedition by the American explorer John Lloyd Stephens (1805-1852), with the manuscript note "Map accompanying Mr. Stephens' report", probably referring to Stephens' Incidents of travel in Egypt, Arabia Petraea, and the Holy Land, published in 1837. Only slightly browned, with some manuscript addition in red ink, as mentioned above, and a large letter D. added with blue pencil next to the map's title. Overall in very good condition.l Ibrahim-Hilmy, The literature of Egypt and the Soudan, p. 450.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-24 07:04:08
SACK, Baron Albert von.
[2], XII, 250; [2], II, 263, [1]; [2], II, 164 pp.First and only Dutch edition of the account of Sebastian Albert Freiherr von Sack's travels in Surinam. Count von Sack was a royal chamberlain, a knight of St. John, with an inquisitive mind and a great fondness for travelling. He made his first journey to Surinam in 1805, from where he travelled to North-America in 1807, calling at Providence, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington DC and Alexandria. He returned to Germany via New York and Lisbon and sojourned in Surinam a second time between 1810-1812. The account, written in the form of letters, contains detailed descriptions of the climate, topography and geography of Surinam, its inhabitants (including the Indians and 'bosnegers), the slave trade and the foreign trade. The first edition, comprising only the Baron's first voyage, appeared in English in 1810. The present Dutch edition was translated from the enlarged German edition and contains an appendix by A.J. Buirma with annotations on Von Sack's travels. Joints cracked. A good copy.l Cat. NHSM, p. 283; Muller, America 1487; Tiele, Bibl. 953; Sabin 74751.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 23:42:03
Mark ( Grafschaft ) und Waldeck
hrsg. 1805, 61 x 94 "Selten! - Über der Karte Kopftitel. Die Karte ist umgeben von einer gestochenen Bordüre. - Blatt 19 der Karte des westfälischen Kreises n. Le Coq. Mittig Schmalenberg. Gebiet: Meschede, Medebach, Olpe, Altena. - Literatur: Hans Kleinn: Nordwestdeutschland in der exakten Kartographie der letzten 250 Jahre; Walter Hostert: Historische Karten ...(von ) Ruhr, Lenne .., S. 136."
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Germany]
2020-07-23 18:55:07
n/a
Bialystok, 1805. Bialystok. Shaagat Ari, 1805, Bialystok. Author: n/a. Publisher: Aharon haLevi Horovits. Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. . Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1805.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-23 18:26:19
DODD, Robert.
London: Robert Dodd, 1805. Coloured aquatint. 265 x 365mm. A broadsheet print, showing the first moments of the Battle of Trafalgar (21 October 1805), with the British fleet under Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson splitting into two columns to break the crescent formation of the Franco-Spanish fleet. Robert Dodd (1748-1815), one of the leading marine painters of the day, published this broadsheet less than a month after the battle, with a letterpress text underneath, not present in this example. NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM: PAF4741.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2020-07-23 16:03:04
[MANUSCRIPT - SHIP'S JOURNAL]. MORSE, Edward George.
[191] ll. Including paste-downs and about 55 blanks.A manuscript ship's journal kept by Edward George Morse (Bromyard 1805?-Deal post 1850?), who no doubt served, among other functions, as the ship's surgeon. Morse made his earliest dated entries in April 1831 at the island Mauritius in the Indian Ocean and others at Madagascar and its surrounding islands from May to August 1831. Morse provides extensive notes on the natural history, topography and people of the Seychelles, Madagascar and the neighbouring islands, and provides detailed maps of many of the islands and coastal areas, along with a few coastal profiles. The two manuscripts are written in a single album of laid paper. Morse used it 1828 to take notes when he attended the London lectures on anatomy and blood circulation by the innovative surgeon Joseph Constantine Carpue, who had pioneered facial reconstructive surgery by introducing ancient Indian techniques. He was famous for illustrating his lectures with chalk drawings, which no doubt served as the models for the anatomical illustrations in Morse's notes. A few clippings and hand-written notes have been inserted.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 13:06:09
NEWHOUSE, Charles B.
First and only edition of a subtly humorous album on travel by horse-drawn carriage through the English countryside at the time of publication, beautifully illustrated with finely coloured aquatints after drawings by Charles B. Newhouse (ca. 1805-1877). Each of the 16 plates has a caption in English and most depict, often quite vividly, the mishaps that can occur underway, giving the book a touch of the ironic humour that Norman Thelwell was to capture in his horse cartoons more than a hundred years later. The plates have been coloured with great artistry and skill, with skies and clouds often executed wholly in watercolour, so that each plate almost becomes a painting in its own right.With a 19th-century armorial bookplate transferred from a previous binding, with the foot torn off, and the blind-stamped ex-libris of Henry Arthur Johnstone. With the illustrated title-page and all plates in very good or fine condition. With the extremities of the binding slightly worn, but still very good. A beautifully-coloured copy of a rare, beautiful and amusing book of views of travel by horse-drawn carriage.l Abbey, Life 407; Tooley, Coloured plates 346; WorldCat (7 copies).
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2020-07-23 06:00:58
DODD, Robert.
Very well-preserved broadsheet commemorating the Battle of Trafalgar (21 October 1805), including an attractive hand-coloured aquatint illustrating the commencement of the battle, where the British fleet led by Admiral Lord Nelson approaches the combines French and Spanish fleets in two columns to break the enemy formation into three. The broadsheet was published a month after the event and besides the aquatint plan, includes Vice-Admiral Collingwood's letters to the Admiralty describing the successful battle and the unfortunate death of Nelson, and a list of the ships in both fleets. Nelson successfully broke with military tradition by trusting his men to judge their situation and make tactical decisions, famously signalling as his instructions “England expects every man to do his duty”."From about 1783 Dodd himself engraved and published over 100 aquatints of his work. Of interest are his ... sets of engravings of the battles of the Nile ... and Trafalgar. In his engravings as in his paintings his strength lies in the depiction of water and in accuracy of the details of ships' rigging, masts, and sails in different conditions. ... His prolific work is significant as a historical record, along with that of several contemporary marine painters working on the same subjects" (ODNB).In very good condition, with only an old, clean fold.l For Dodd: L. Macfarlane, “Dodd, Robert (1748-1815)”, in: ODNB (online ed.).
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2020-07-23 05:43:47
[URQUHART, David].
XV, [1], 328 pp.First edition; flyleaf with presentation inscription from the author to "Mr ... Regnaudiu". Important overview of Turkish trade, resources, infrastructure and municipal organisation by the diplomat David Urquhart (1805-1877). After two and a half years fighting in the Greek war of independence, Urquhart was invited to accompany Sir Stratford Canning to Istanbul in November 1831 as an advisor during negotiations to settle the Greek boundary. In 1832 Urquhart was sent to Albania to cultivate the support of Rechid Pasha, leading advisor to the Turkish sultan. Urquhart became a great supporter of Turkey, spending most of 1834 in the country, and encouraged the British government to ally with Turkey against Egypt. The present substantial book was written to inform the British political class of the possible commercial benefits of an Anglo-Turkish alliance.Some negligible discolouration in first few leaves, light wear to extremities. In very good condition and untrimmed. Scarce, particularly in original condition as here.l Goldsmiths' 27883.
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2020-07-21 20:46:02
William Hayley, William Blake
Chichester: J. Seagrave for Richard Phillips, 1805. Very Good- antiquarian condition. Complete. [English Literature - Poetry] [Early Children's Books] [English Book Illustration - Georgian era] Printed in Chichester by J. Seagrave for Richard Phillips, 1805. With 5 plates designed and engraved by William Blake. RARE First Complete Edition of this uncommon book containing some of the most hauntingly beautiful examples of Blake's work as a commercial illustrator! William Hayley (1745 - 1820) was a prolific English writer, today remembered primarily for having been Blake's patron, and as the biographer of his friend William Cowper. The book is a series of fifteen didactic ballads for children, each devoted to a different animal, and offering states: "'Virginibus puerisque canto,' or in plainer English prose: - This book is intended for young readers." (being a quote from Horace's Ode 3.1.4: meaning literally "I sing to maids and youths"). Blake designed and engraved five plates for this book, which his patron "Hayley seems to have invented as a make-work project for Blake" (Morgan Library). It was originally meant to have been published in fifteen separate parts with illustrations by Blake, but the series was discontinued after only four parts in 1802. It was finally issued in book form in 1805 (as offered here), with 2 additional designs appearing here for the first time ("The Horse" and "The Hermit's Dog"). Blake entirely re-engraved the plates for the present edition, and he wrote that he "hope[d] that the public will approve of my rather giving a few highly laboured plates … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lux et Umbra Rare Books (lux-et-umbra) [Salt Lake City, Utah, United States]
2020-07-20 15:00:33
1805. A General Treatise On Cattle, The Ox, The Sheep, And The Swine BY JOHN LAWRENCE VERY RARE 1805 1st EDITION Comprehending Their Breeding, Management, Improvement And Diseases With Hints on the Economy of Feeding Stock, and Bettering their Condition CONDITION IS GOOD FOR AGE WITH WEAR AND FRAYING TO LEATHER COVER WHICH IS STARTING TO LIFT AT EDGES AS SHOWN IN PICTURES (probable recovered at sometime) CONTAINS BOOK PLATE FROM THE UNIVERSITY COLLGE READING WHO PURCHASED THE BOOK WAY BACK IN 1932, WHEN IT WAS ALREADY 127 YEARS OLD PLEASE CHECK MY OTHER LISTINGS DC.
Bookseller: nashkids57 [HEREFORD, United Kingdom]
2020-07-19 06:33:05
Johnson, Samuel
Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson, 1805. First US edition. hardcover. Good. First American edition of Johnson's dictionary, here printed in abridged (but not miniature) form, and based on the London octavos; thick 8vo, pp. xl, [2], unpaginated lexicon in double column; full contemporary calf, red morocco label on spine; sound; a good copy, or better. Contains the first appearance in the western hemisphere of Johnson's famous Preface and Grammar. The entries have been abbreviated, but bear considerable resemblance to the originals, and there are also brief etymologies; sources are cited, but citations are not. The first complete American edition did not appear until the 2-volume quarto edition of Philadelphia, 1818.[Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Bookbid [Beverly Hills, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-18 20:39:05
Mascagni, Paolo, Italian physician (1752/5-1815).
1805. Large 8vo. 2 pp. To Carlo (?) Lasicio: "Credo sicuramente di non offender essendo nella invariabil determinazione di fare eseguire preso di me i miei lavori per essere a partata di vedere ciò che occoresse e veder le persone che vi lavorano [...]". - With two small holes and slight paper defects.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [Austria]
2020-07-18 19:35:06
Bible
1805. Condition: Acceptable. The Holy Bible, Translated from th Latin Vugate: Diligently Compared with the Hebrew, Greek, and Other Editions in Divers Languages. The Old Testament, First Published by the English College at Doway, A.D. 1609. And The New Testament, First Published by the English Colege at Rhemes, A.D. 1582. With Annotations, References, and an Historical and Chronological Index. First American, from the Fifth Dublin Edition. Newly Revised and Corrected According to the Clementin Edition of the Scriptures. Philadelphia: Published by Mathew Carey, No. 122, Market-Street. Oct. 15, M,DCCC.V. [1805]. Important early American Bible by the pioneering Catholic publisher Mathew Carey. A substantial 4to. volume in full leather with original covers and a later matching spine in six panels offset by functional raised bands and a gilt leather label. Collates complete except for the general title (supplied in expert facsimile), Subscriber List, Approbaion leaf and frontispiece (map of Palestine). All plates except frontispiece are present, although most have major tears with loss. Endpapers renewed. Corners worn with loss, esp. the upper corner of rear cover. Interior heavily browned and spotted; many leaves have marginal tears. All pagination errors called for in O'Callaghan are present, plus two additional errors: page 613 is misnumbered 316 and page 745 is misnumbered 743. Provenance: extensive family records between testaments indicate this belonged to a pioneering Pennsylvania family, Richard Adams (born 1776), married Margaret Marshall in 1796. 772; 214pp. plus table … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-07-17 17:20:02
SCHILLER, Friedrich von.
New-York: Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery, 1805. Scarce first American edition. The advertisement on the rear wrapper here states that the second part is ‘in the press’, but the American Antiquarian Society catalogue confirms that ‘no copy of the second part is located or cited’. Coleridge’s translation (Wallenstein, London, 1800, which preceded the German original into print) was taken from a manuscript prepared by Schiller and sent to Bell, who sold it to Longman, who then commissioned Coleridge, and differs in various respects from the printed German play. Critics—even Morgan—have praised Coleridge’s version: ‘the high level of the style compensates for many defects; the play as thus presented to the English reader does not offend literary taste, and gives, if an incomplete and blurred, not a degraded idea of the original. And claiming this for it, is to claim for it a high place among translations’ (Stokoe, pp. 121–2). Coleridge’s own copy of his printed translation was sold at Christie’s in December 2018, fetching £24,000 hammer against an estimate of £7000–10,000. Morgan 8176 (a starred item); Shaw & Shoemaker 9321. For the first edition, see Borst 876 etc. Small 8vo (156 × 100 mm) in half-sheets, pp. 173, [1]; with an additional title-page (Wallenstein. A Drama in two Parts ); complete with the initial blank; waterstain to the lower corner of a couple of leaves; nineteenth-century marbled boards, preserving the original printed wrappers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Simon Beattie ABA ILAB [Chesham, United Kingdom]
2020-07-17 11:38:04
Nordsee ( North Sea ): Shetland Inseln -
dat. 1805, 64,5 x 98 Tooley, Dictionary of Mapmakers, Bd. 3, S. 41 - Gustav Klint ( 1771 - 1840 ), Hydrograph in Stockholm. Er war Hrsg. des Sveriges Sjö Atlas ( 1795 - 1820! ). - Seltene Karte! - Sie zeigt die nördl. Nordsee. Im Westen die Shetland - Inseln, im Osten die norwegische Küste mit Bergen im Mittelpunkt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Germany]
2020-07-17 10:26:54
Voltaire; Selected and Translated from the French by Mary Julia Young
London: Printed by D. N. Shury for J. F. Hughes , 1805. RARE. Twelvemo printing, 6 3/4" x 4 1/2", four volumes bound in two. In contemporary half vellum over marbled boards, the backs with red morocco labels lettered in gilt and richly ornate gilt tooled decorations, marbled end papers, top edges gilt. Very Good Plus, 3/8" chip to top edge of rear cover Vol. I & II, light soiling to vellum. Bindings tight, interiors clean and fresh. . First Edition. Half Vellum. Very Good Plus/No Jacket, As Issued. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2020-07-16 19:31:07
ROBERT DE VAUGONDY, Didier.
Paris, 1805. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen, as issued. total 960 x 1115mm, with hanging loops and slipcase. Some toning and wear, slipcase distressed. A large and detailed wall map of Europe, first published c.1767, but his example dated 1805, the year after Napoleon was crowned Emperor. France is shown with its acquisitions including Belgium, Piedmont and Liguria.
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2020-07-15 04:25:02
ROUSSEAU, Jean Jacques (1712-1778)
Paris: L. E. Herhan for Delachaussie et Garnery, 1805. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. Folio (506 x 332 mm).Half-title. Title with stipple-engraved vignette, 65 stipple-engraved plates by Bouquet, Jacques Chailly, Mlle. Delelo and others, after Redouté, printed in colors by Langlois. Contemporary marbled calf gilt, spine with red and tan morocco lettering-pieces gilt. Some light wear at extremities; some mostly marginal and pale spotting. Provenance: Starrenstein (bookplate); purchased from Biblion, 1969. FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION, FIRST STATE, before the plates were titled and with plate 54 misnumbered 62. The plates are of flowers, fruits, bulbs, leaves, etc. of flowering plants and trees, some showing whole plants and others showing details, sometimes cut to reveal anatomical details.The book was issued in 1805 in both folio and quarto format. It is not surprising that this folio edition best reflects Redouté's superb botanical art. John Ruskin was one of many admirers of the work, and in 1878 wrote to his bookseller, F. S. Ellis: "Please at once set your Paris agents to look out for all copies that come up, at any sale, of Rousseau's Botanique with coloured plates, 1805 - and buy all they can get."Rousseau's letters on botany were written from 1771 to 1773, but were not published in his lifetime. They first appeared in his Oeuvres in 1782. Exiled amongst the natural beauties of Switzerland in 1763 or 1764, Rousseau developed his interest in botany, and made various collections of plant specimens or herbaria. See Lawrence Redouteana 15 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-07-12 19:00:04
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von.
Erstausgaben -, Cotta, 1805. XVI,496 S. Pappband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschildchen. Erste Ausgabe, WG 63 vgl. Goed. IV/3, 376,125. - Sammelwerk verschiedener Autoren, das neben der Widergabe von Briefen Winkelmanns, versucht, seine Biographie und sein Lebenswerk in den Kontext des 18. Jahrhunderts zu stellen. - Das vorliegende Werk, das auf Goethes intensive Lektüre Winkelmanns zurückgeht, beinhaltet neben seiner Widmung an die Herzoginmutter Anna Amalia und seiner ausführlichen Vorrede zum Gesamtwerk, folgende vier Abschnitte: nach der Widergabe der 27 Briefe Winkelmanns an seinen früheren Schulfreund und zeitweiligen Hausgenossen Hieronymus Dieterich Berendis folgt der Entwurf einer Kunstgeschichte des achtzehnten Jahrhunderts von J. H. Meyer, ergänzt durch einen Kommentar von Karl Ludwig Fernow. Der dritte Teil ist überschrieben mit Skizzen zu einer Schilderung Winckelmanns Die Vorrede hierzu und der ganze erste Teil stammen von Goethe, die anschließenden Teile von Meyer und Friedrich August Wolf. Der abschließende vierte Teil beinhaltet ein von Goethe erstelltes Verzeichniß sämmtlicher Winkelmannischen Briefe in chronologischer Ordnung.- Weitere Fotos finden Sie auf unserer Internetseite.-
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2020-07-12 14:56:02
JUBÉ, August & SERVAN, Joseph
A Paris, chez Bernard, libraire, 1805. gr. in-8vo, 1 frontispice gravé 'A Napoléon, Empereur es Français' + VIII + 3 p. + 4-533 (1), (7) 4-578, (7) 4-299 (8) 302-635, (7) 4-363 (8) 366-624 et (7) 4-581 (1) 16 p. Reliures en d.-maroquin d'époque, dos richement orné, 2 pièces en maroquin verte pour titre et tomaison. Monogramme EA couronnée sur les plats (initiales d' Eugène de Beauharnais et de sa femme Amalie Auguste Luise de Bavière). Très bel exemplaire. Première édition, sans l'Atlas, les tomes III et IV sont composés de deux parties chaque. Portrait de Napoléon gravé par Tardieu d'après Isabey. Dekorative Reihe aus der Bibliothek von Éugene de Beauharnais, Herzog von Leuchtenberg (jeweils mit dessen goldgepr. Monogramm auf den Deckeln). Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Monglond VI, 1354.
Bookseller: Harteveld Livres Anciens SA [Switzerland]
2020-07-12 07:08:03
Orell, Füssli und Compagnie. Zürich, 1805. 22 x 18 cm. Marm. Halbleder der Zeit. Etwas berieben und bestoßen, oberes Kapital mit kleinem Einriss. Lonchamp 2199, Barth 9733 - Komplette erste Serie des Züricher Periodikums mit den schönen kolorierten Aquatinten. Jedes Heft mit einem gestochenen Portrait der jeweils biographisch vorgestellten Schweizer Persönlichkeit. "Die Neujahrsblätter der Künstler-Gesellschaft, die 1897 gegründet wurde, beginnt ab 1805 zu erscheinen. J.J. Horner bezeichnet die Reihe in seiner Geschichte der schweizerischen Neujahrsblätter als eine wahre Schatzkammer des Genusses. Tatsächlich gehören die Blätter, besonders in den frühen Jahrgängen, zu den schönsten Stücken im Kreise der verschiedenen Neujahrsblätter. Zugleich stellen sie eine materialreiche Dokumentation schweizerischer Kulturgeschichte dar (Rohr). ----- Die prachtvollen Aquatinten in leuchtenden Farben und nur am Anfang und am Ende minimal stockfleckig. Komplett mit 33 kolorierten und einer gefalteten Tafel von F. Hegi, H. Fuessli, A. Graff, S. Freudenberger u.a., sowie mit 36 Portraits. Sehr schönes Exemplar. Das Titelblatt handschriftlich ergänzt. deu 156666AB
Bookseller: avelibro OHG [Germany]
2020-07-11 23:52:03
RAINSFORD
London: 1805. RAINSFORD Marcus - An historical account of the black empire of Hayti : comprehending a view of of the principal transactions in the revolution of saint Domingo ; with its antient and modern state RAINSFORD Marcus An historical account of the black empire of Hayti : comprehending a view of of the principal transactions in the revolution of saint Domingo ; with its antient and modern state James Cundee, London 1805, 14x23,5cm, relié. Edition originale.Rousseurs éparses.Ouvrage orné de 2 cartes, 9 gravures dont 1 en frontispice et 1 fac-similé d'une lettre manuscrite de Toussaint Louverture.Reliure de l'éditeur en pleine percaline verte, dos lisse, coins légèrement émoussés. *** [English translation available upon request. Contact us for any information!]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, France]
2020-07-11 23:52:03
RAINSFORD Marcus
- James Cundee, London 1805, 14x23,5cm, relié. - Originalausgabe. Buch mit 8 Karten, 18 Gravuren und 1 Anhang verziert. Einband in halbschwarzer Chagrin mit Ecken, vier Nerven mit goldenen Ziermustern verziert: zwei Helme aus Poilus und ein haariges Ladebajonett mit dem Lauf, Rahmen aus goldenen Fliets auf den Papierplatten mit geometrischen Mustern, Schutzvorrichtungen und Gegenplatten aus marmoriertem Papier , Umschläge und Rücken erhalten, goldener Kopf, moderner Exlibris am Kopf einer Gegenplatte. Wir fügen eine Postkarte bei, die das Kriegsdenkmal von Verdun darstellt, und einen Prospekt des Beinhauses von Douaumont. Seltenes Handschriftliche Widmung von Philippe Pétain: "Jacques Braun, damit er weiterhin gut arbeitet. 14. Juli 1929". - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Rousseurs éparses. Ouvrage orné de 2 cartes, 9 gravures dont 1 en frontispice et 1 fac-similé d'une lettre manuscrite de Toussaint Louverture. Reliure de l'éditeur en pleine percaline verte, dos lisse, coins légèrement émoussés.
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [France]
2020-07-10 18:00:29
LE SAGE, George-Louis, de Genève (1724-1803) / PREVOST, Pierre
A Genève, Chez J.J. Pschoud, Imprimeur-Libraire, 1805. gr. in-8vo, VIII + 607 p., reliure en veau glacé, dos habillement remis, dos avec pièce de titre noir, filets dorés, plats avec encadrement de filets dorés. Bel exemplaire. ms. sur la première feuille blanche 'J.L. Prevost', Rare dans le commerce. Pierre Prévost, ancien professeur de physique à l'académie de Genève (1751-1839) /Jean-Louis Prevost 1838-1927 (cousin de l'auteur). Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.
Bookseller: Harteveld Livres Anciens SA [Switzerland]
2020-07-10 16:06:08
Ebel, Johann Gottfried
1805. Erste Auflage. 4 Bände. Zurich, Orell, Fussli et Compagnie, 1805. 8°. XVI, 346 S.; XII, 403 S.; 420 S.; 479 S. Mit 3 altkolorierten Aquatintatafeln, 1 gef. Karte vom Zürich-, Zuger- und Vierwaldstätter-See mit geologischem Profil und 1 gef. kolorierten Karte der Schweiz. 4 schlichte Pappbände mit montierten Rückenschildchen. Schönes unbeschnittenes Exemplar. Mit Gebrauchsspuren.
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2020-07-08 01:43:22
HERBIN (Pierre Etienne de Halle)
Paris: 1805. Librairie Koegui 21, rue vieille boucherie 64100 Bayonne Tél. +33 5 59 59 78 74 HERBIN (Pierre Etienne de Halle) - Statistique générale et particulière de la France et de ses colonies, avec une nouvelle description topographique, physique, agricole, politique, industrielle et commerciale de cet état... - 1805 1805 59647 HERBIN (Pierre Etienne de Halle) Buisson - 1805 Reliure demi-chagrin rouge à petits coins. Dos lisses avec titres et ornements dorés. Tranches marbrées. Belle qualité du papier. Sans l'atlas.
Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI (alphab64) [64100 Bayonne, France]
2020-07-07 13:34:36
MASON, Charlotte.
The ladys assistant for regulating and supplying the table; being a complete system of cookery. Containing the most select bills of fare, properly disposed, for family dinners of five dishes to two courses of eleven and fifteen ... likewise directions for brewing, making English wines ... the ninth edition, enlarged, corrected, and improved to the present time.London, printed by T. Gillet for Vernor and Hood [and many others], 1805. 8vo. Contemporary calf, rebacked. IV, [16], 422, 26, [19], [1 blank] pp. Tenth edition of Charlotte Mason's famous housekeeping book on cookery, supplying the table and managing the gardens around the house, first published in 1773. Although called the ninth edition on the title-page, Cagle calls it the tenth (the ESTC gives 8 entries to ca. 1800 and other sources add an 1801 edition). Charlotte Mason was a professed housekeeper. Her preface says she wrote this book because there were, next to all the cookery books, fewer books that prescribe how to regulate all these dishes on the table.The book opens with bills of fare, listing several dishes for one or more courses for (family) dinners, including a schematic view on how to supply the table. She made these bills of fare for up to fifteen dishes. A large section follows, comprising recipes, including some for soups, stews, sauces for fish, poultry and meat, a wide variety of pickled vegetables, pies, puddings, custards, cakes and other sweets. She also gives much attention to different kind of fruits and mushrooms and how to preserve and dry them, and she gives an extensive description of sever … [Click Below for Full Description]
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