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2020-05-26 16:07:07
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang
Tübingen, Cotta, 1808. 376 S. 19 x 12 cm, Halbleder der Zeit mit zwei Rückenschilden Einband berieben, bestoßen und mit etwas Verlust des Überzugspapiers. Innendeckel mit durchschlagenden Lederecken. Schnitt fleckig und angeschmutzt. Besitzerstempel auf fliegendem Vorsatz (Ferd. Aug. Ios. von Tuerckheim). Innen immer wieder etwas fleckig. Gelegentlich eselsohrig. Insgesamt recht guter Zustand. Enthält: Faust, Puppenspiel, Fastnachtspiel, Bahrt, Parabeln, Legende, Hans Sachs, Mieding, Künstlers Erdewallen, Künstlers Apotheose, Epilog zu Schillers Glocke, Die Geheimnisse. Hier vorliegend der Erstdruck des Faust I, des wohl bedeutentsten und meistzitierten Werks der deutschen Literatur. WG II, 66. "Ferdinand August Josef Freiherr von Türckheim-Altdorf (* 27. November 1789 in Straßburg; ? 4. April 1848 in Darmstadt) war ein Diplomat und Abgeordneter im Großherzogtum Hessen. Ferdinand von Türckheim war der Sohn des Diplomaten Johann von Türckheim aus dem elsässischen Geschlecht der Türckheim und dessen Ehefrau Johanna geb. Seufferheld. Er heiratete am 8. Februar 1832 in der Kartäuserkapelle in Freiburg Leopoldina Heinrica geb. Freiin Zweyer von Evenbach, die Tochter des Kurmainzischen Geheimen Rates und Fürstlich Eichstättischem Hofmarschalls Ignaz Franz Anton Freiherr Zweyer von Evenbach, und dessen Frau Maria Anna geb. Freiin von Rotberg. Eine Tante war Lili Schö … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Göppinger Antiquariat [Germany]
2020-05-26 11:56:30
Schauberg Joseph, später J. H. Gwalter (Hg.)
1808. 8, zus. ca. 25000 S., Monatschronik: Priv.-HLdr. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückenschildchen, Rundum-Rotschnitt Beiträge: Kart. d. Zt. Zeitschrift: Kart. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückenschildchen, Kanten beschabt, Kapitale meist m. Verlusten, Rücken tlw. läd., Deckel tlw. berieben, priv. (tlw. handschriftl.) Rückenchildchen, Name a. Vs., tlw. etw. stockfl. Komplette erste 40 Jahre der unter verschiedenen Titeln erschienenen Zeitschrift (fortgesetzt durch Zürcherische Zeitschrift für Gerichtspraxis und Rechtswissenschaft). - Joseph Schauberg, geboren 19.3.1808 Annweiler bei Dürkheim (Bayern), gestorben 14.3.1866 Zürich, kath., 1835 von Schwamendingen (heute Gem. Zürich) und 1850 von Zürich. [...] Rechtsstud. in Heidelberg, Jena und München (Promotion). Burschenschafter und Freimaurer. 1833 wegen angeblicher polit. Umtriebe denunziert und verhaftet. Übersiedlung nach Zürich, dort 1833-52 PD für Strafrecht, Kantonsprokurator und Rechtsanwalt. Mitarbeit an der von Friedrich Ludwig Keller begründeten "Monatschronik der zürcher. Rechtspflege", die S. 1841-54 als "Beiträge zur Kunde und Fortbildung der zürcher. Rechtspflege" und 1855-66 als "Zeitschrift für Kunde und Fortbildung der zürcher. Rechtspflege" weiterführte (HLS).
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2020-05-26 00:00:11
M.L. Weems
Philadelphia: R. Cochran, 1808. The Life of George Washington; with Curious Anecdotes, Equally Honourable to Himself, and Exemplary to His Young Countrymen, Published for the Author by R. Cochran, 1808, Original half leather, 216 pages, 12mo. In poor condition, leather worn on boards, bumped corners, spine label dull; gilt work is oxidized. Front end pages torn; title pages ahas been taped with non-archival materials. First 1-23 pages have poor repairs, various ink writing and foxing throughout. Previous owner's name on front end page--handed down from Issac Robert Smith (1808) to his son Robert Smith (1828), not illustrated. See photos. A work of fictional biography, our copy is a very hard to find early edition. The fabricated origin of George Washington cutting the cherry tree, "I cannot tell a lie, I did it with my little hatchet" originated from this book. Mason Locke Weems was an American book agent and author who wrote the first biography of George Washington upon his death. It was a best seller that depicted Washington's virtues and was intended to provide morally instructive tale for the youth of a young nation. RAREA1808ALOA.
Bookseller: robinrarebooks [Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States]
2020-05-23 22:48:04
n/a
Paris, 1808. Paris. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description : Russian language. Chateaubriands Genius of Christianity for youth, the first lifetime edition, volume one Paris 1808 We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. SKUmesh107136739 . Good. Hardcover. n/a. 1808.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [United States]
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2020-05-23 06:46:26
PALLAS Peter Simon & REUILLY Baron Jean de
A Paris: Chez Bossange, 1808. Fine. Chez Bossange, A Paris 1808, In-8 (13x20,5cm), xij, 89pp., relié. - 43955 - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, rare, traduite par le Baron Jean de Reuilly. Reliure en plein cuir de Russie rouge d'époque. Dos lisse orné de 5 fleurons et de filets. Titre doré. Large frise d'encadrement sur les plats avec aigles, serpents, lapins et étoiles dans les angles. Guirlande intérieure. Dos assombri, devenu rouge foncé. Taches sombres sur le plat inférieur. Une rayure sur le plat supérieur. Gardes ayant subi l'humidité avec décolorations. En marge basse, trace faible de mouillure sur l'ensemble du volume, plus étendu en fin de volume, avec des traces en marge externe et basse. Bel exemplaire en cuir de Russie d'épooque. Ex libris manuscri Sorlin d'origny, Constantinoples, 1882. Au-dessous, un notice biographique sur le Baron de Reuilly. Unique édition séparée du voyage de Pallas au Thibet, lequel n'avait pas été imprimé dans les éditions françaises. Elle a été traduite du premier et troisième volume de l'édition allemande du voyage de Pallas parue à St. Petersbourg de 1771 à 1776. Cette édition a été préfacée et annotée par Reuilly d'après les missions de plusieurs voyageurs (Bogle, Stewart, Georgi et Andrade) et d'après ses propres observations.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
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2020-05-22 19:45:02
MALCOLM James Peller.
London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Peternoster Row, 1808. Two volumes, the second volume covering the earlier history published 1811. Quarto. (27 x 23cm). Vol. I, pp. iv,490,8, with 50 plates, of which 12 hand coloured of costume; Vol. II, pp. iv,576, 18 plates, of which 12 hand coloured. The two volumes in contemporary morocco, gilt, with marbled boards, the second volume slightly scuffed, but quite sound. A clean & fresh set. With the engraved armorial bookplate of George Montgomery Traherne. Vg. [Adams 100; Lowndes 1456; Lib. Soc. Antiq. 402; Colas 1950; Lipperheide1021; Hiler 563; Graesse IV, 350]
Bookseller: Colin Page Books [Storrington, United Kingdom]
2020-05-22 14:46:39
PALLAS Peter Simon & REUILLY Baron Jean de
- Chez Bossange, A Paris 1808, In-8 (13x20,5cm), xij, 89pp., relié. - Edition originale, rare, traduite par le Baron Jean de Reuilly. Reliure en plein cuir de Russie rouge d'époque. Dos lisse orné de 5 fleurons et de filets. Titre doré. Large frise d'encadrement sur les plats avec aigles, serpents, lapins et étoiles dans les angles. Guirlande intérieure. Dos assombri, devenu rouge foncé. Taches sombres sur le plat inférieur. Une rayure sur le plat supérieur. Gardes ayant subi l'humidité avec décolorations. En marge basse, trace faible de mouillure sur l'ensemble du volume, plus étendu en fin de volume, avec des traces en marge externe et basse. Bel exemplaire en cuir de Russie d'épooque. Ex libris manuscri Sorlin d'origny, Constantinoples, 1882. Au-dessous, un notice biographique sur le Baron de Reuilly. Unique édition séparée du voyage de Pallas au Thibet, lequel n'avait pas été imprimé dans les éditions françaises. Elle a été traduite du premier et troisième volume de l'édition allemande du voyage de Pallas parue à St. Petersbourg de 1771 à 1776. Cette édition a été préfacée et annotée par Reuilly d'après les missions de plusieurs voyageurs (Bogle, Stewart, Georgi et Andrade) et d'après ses propres observations. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] 43955 xij, 89pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2020-05-20 05:10:04
Menzel, Karl Adolf
Breslau, Stadt- und Univ.-Buchhdl. Graß und Barth, 1808. 4°, zusammen 888 Seiten mit zusammen 18 ganzseitigen Kupfern komplett ! nachgebundene Ausgabe, Halbleinen, Exemplar in gutem Erhaltungszustand Band 1. Welcher die Geschichte von den ältesten Zeiten bis 1526 begreift. Band 2: welcher die Geschichte von 1526 bis 1740 begreift. / Band 3: welcher die Geschichte von 1740 bis auf unsere Zeiten enthält. Polen +++++ 25 Jahre Antiquariat Christmann in Wiesbaden +++++
Bookseller: Wiesbadener Antiquariat Christmann [Germany]
2020-05-19 22:13:08
CANDOLLE, A.P. DE.
Paris, (H. Agasse & Bernard), 1808. Folio (335 x 255mm). pp. viii, 16 with 50 engraved plates by Turpin (some by Poiteau) and engraved by Plée and Plée fils. Contemporary green half calf, spine with gilt lines and lettering (rubbed). The rare first edition, only one fascicle was issued. A reissue appeared in 1853. "Candolle's atlas of rare French plants was illustrated by Pierre Turpin, who modeled his style after van Spaëndonck and Redouté; Blunt calls him 'possibly the greatest natural genius of all French botanical painters of his day' and notes that 'his drawings of botanical details have rarily been surpassed'"(Norman 395).//Nissen BBI, 322; Stafleu & Cowan 989.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History Booksellers since 1899) [Netherlands]
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2020-05-19 14:58:08
Jean Racine
Jean Racine. Œuvres. Genets. Paris, 1808. 7 volumes in-8, reliés. Plein veau raciné, dos lisse orné à la manière néo-classique, roulette et filet dorés en encadrement des plats, tranches marbrées (reliure de l'époque). Bonne édition collective recherchée avec une vie de Jean Racine par J.L. Geoffroy. L'illustration comprend 3 portraits dont un de Jean Racine en frontispice, 12 figures hors-texte d'après Garnier ou Choquet et gravées par Choffard et Masquelier ainsi que 7 figures différentes sur chaque titre. Bien complet du facsimile de la lettre de Racine. Séduisant exemplaire conservé dans une belle reliure d'époque en parfait état, intérieur de l'ouvrage en parfait état également.
Bookseller: livres&tableaux (galeriedesarts) [PARIS, France]
2020-05-18 14:33:27
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang:
Tübingen, Cotta, 1808. 376 S. Einband berieben, bestoßen und mit etwas Verlust des Überzugspapiers. Innendeckel mit durchschlagenden Lederecken. Schnitt fleckig und angeschmutzt. Besitzerstempel auf fliegendem Vorsatz (Ferd. Aug. Ios. von Tuerckheim). Innen immer wieder etwas fleckig. Gelegentlich eselsohrig. Insgesamt recht guter Zustand. Enthält: Faust, Puppenspiel, Fastnachtspiel, Bahrt, Parabeln, Legende, Hans Sachs, Mieding, Künstlers Erdewallen, Künstlers Apotheose, Epilog zu Schillers Glocke, Die Geheimnisse. Hier vorliegend der Erstdruck des Faust I, des wohl bedeutentsten und meistzitierten Werks der deutschen Literatur. WG II, 66. "Ferdinand August Josef Freiherr von Türckheim-Altdorf (* 27. November 1789 in Straßburg; † 4. April 1848 in Darmstadt) war ein Diplomat und Abgeordneter im Großherzogtum Hessen. Ferdinand von Türckheim war der Sohn des Diplomaten Johann von Türckheim aus dem elsässischen Geschlecht der Türckheim und dessen Ehefrau Johanna geb. Seufferheld. Er heiratete am 8. Februar 1832 in der Kartäuserkapelle in Freiburg Leopoldina Heinrica geb. Freiin Zweyer von Evenbach, die Tochter des Kurmainzischen Geheimen Rates und Fürstlich Eichstättischem Hofmarschalls Ignaz Franz Anton Freiherr Zweyer von Evenbach, und dessen Frau Maria Anna geb. Freiin von Rotberg. Eine Tante war Lili Schönemann, „Goethes Lili", die Bernhard Friedrich von Türckheim geheiratet hatte. Ein Bruder war Johann von Türckheim, 1831–1835 großherzoglich badischer Staatsminister. Im Oktober 1807 begann er an der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen Rechtswissenschaft zu studieren. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Göppinger Antiquariat [Göppingen, Germany]
2020-05-18 11:27:04
FRIEDRICH WILHELM III. -
1808. "Zur mehreren Sicherheit wollen Seine Majestät, daß außer den Anstalten welche getroffen werden müßen, um bei etwaiger Annäherung der Franzosen die Brücke über die Oder abzubrennen, noch sogleich um einer jeden Ueberrumpelung zuvorzukommen, der Aufzug der Brücke so wie einige daran stoßende . sogleich abgenommen werden, und haben dieserwegen den Rittmeister von Dorville authorisiret dieses in Franckfurth auszurichten.". Die Stadt, die sich am 26. Oktober kampflos ergab, blieb bis November 1808 Garnison- und Etappenort der französischen Armee. -
Bookseller: Antiquariat Elvira Tasbach [Berlin, Germany]
2020-05-14 18:37:02
1808. Théorie des quatre mouvemens et des destinées générales. Prospectus et annonce de la découverte. Leipzig [Lyon], s.n. [Pelzin], 1808. In-8, [2] ff. n. ch. (titre, erreurs très-graves, introduction), 425-[3] pp., avec un tableau dépliant " (en regard de la p. 56), demi-basane, exemplaire très frais. Complet. Édition originale très peu commune du premier traité théorique de Charles Fourier, qui ne connut à l'époque pas le moindre écho, ce qui explique sa rareté. Toutes les idées ultérieures de l'utopiste (sur l'absurdité du " système industriel ", sur l'exploitation des femmes, sur la réforme de la famille) se trouvent déjà dessinées ou esquissées ici, de même qu'est inauguré un style extraordinairement difficile par l'enchevêtrement des considérations et des inférences, qui constitue la marque de l'auteur, et ne sera pas pour rien dans le discrédit dont il sera affecté auprès des théoriciens comme Marx. Exceptionnel exemplaire annoté par Fourier.
Bookseller: incuna99 [St Cyr sur le Rhône, France]
2020-05-14 16:48:05
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:05
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:05
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:05
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:05
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:05
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:05
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:04
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:03
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:03
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:03
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:03
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:03
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:03
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:03
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:03
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:03
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:03
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-14 16:48:03
Charles Hayes
London, 1808. This rich, original ornithological watercolor is by Charles Hayes. This is an exceptionally rare watercolor with only maybe 5 collections of his watercolors ever recorded. He completed these watercolors in London between 1808 and 1813.Charles Hayes was the son of noted bird illustrator, William Hayes. William Hayes work, "The Portraits of British Birds", listed that it was completed by him and "seven of his pupils." It is now acknowledged that his children and likely his wife, Anne, were responsible for the text, drawing, etching, stippling, and coloring of these plates. Charles Hayes specifically was named as one of William's sons on the title page of that work, and this watercolor was likely part of the production of his father's work. --- Each original watercolor is on thick card paper with an ink ruled border. They were each titled and signed by Charles Hayes, and often dated. The provanance of these watercolors based on the booklabel is William Leatham. This collection was likely intended to be a smaller edition similar to William Lewin's first issue of his "Birds of Great Britain" in original watercolors. --- Overall Very Good to Excellent. Some of the paper has some very light or faint foxing but generally the watercolors are exceptional and this does not detract from the overall appearance. There is a blind stamp at the tipping edge of the paper. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
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