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        THE HISTORY OF LITTLE FANNY, Exemplified in a Series of Figures

      S. and J. Fuller, London 1810 - Pp. [2], 15, [1], [2].Fifteen numbered pages of rhyming text, verso of final page blank, both front and rear original blanks present. Illustrated by accompanying hand-painted printed card doll figures; there are seven outfits; and a head (there are no removable hats in this copy - see note below). The book and figures are housed in a contemporary vellum slipcase with the title "Little Fanny" in manuscript to the front panel. The card wrappers of the book are in remarkably good condition, internally the book is very good, a little reading wear and minimal staining to the edges of a few pages, the original ribbon is not present, the figures are in very good bright condition, the top part of a dolls head being carried by Fanny is missing in one figure and the same figure has had a small part of the base replaced in hand-drawn facsimile with hand colouring (not recent). Overall a very good first edition copy. (Bibliographical note: we also have an 1811 (seventh edition) of this work and it has been useful to compare directly the two editions. It is interesting to note that whilst the figures are ostensibly the same the printing of them is quite different - the later edition is bolder with additional lines engraved; additionally the way the outline of the figures have been cut out differs too. One might suspect that the number of additional items such as hats etc. differed too between editions - and what the publisher had available at any one time.) Size: 16mo [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Picturesque Tour through Spain. Embellished with Twenty Engravings. By Watts, Medland, Angus, Mitan, &c.

      London, T. Bensley, for John Stockdale, 1810. Large folio-oblong. (44x58 cm.). Fine later full calf. 6 raised bands, richly gilt compartments. Titlelabel with gilt lettering. Broad gilt borders on covers. Engraved handcoloured frontispiece. (28),22 pp., 20 fine handcoloured engraved plates and 1 engraved handcoloured map. All plates with tissue-guards. Frontispiece with a repaired tear in lower left corner far from image. A closed tear in one plate, only marginal, not effecting image. A small piece of cornerpaper on one plate gone, far from image. Clean and fine. On heavy paper, and with broad margins.. Second edition but in a contemporary HANDCOLOURING. Swinburne's "Travels through Spain" were issued in a quarto volume by Peter Elmsly of London in 1779, then reprinted in a pirate edition in Dublin the same year; a second edition in two octavo volumes came out in 1787. The title was then turned into a picturesque set of engravings entitled Views in Spain, from the drawings of Henry Swinburne (1794), in turn recycled as the Picturesque Tour through Spain in 1806, 1810 and 1823, with brief texts in French and English facing the plates followed by a 22-page abridged version of the Travels. These edition are normally published uncoloured

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        Le conservateur de la vue, suivi du catalogue général des instruments d?optique...

      Chez l?auteur, à Paris, 1810. In / 12 reliure demi - basane rouge, dos lisse, 8 planches dépliantes in - fine, 163 p., xlvij de catalogue. Dos insolé et usures sur les mors. Il ouvrit une boutique à l?angle de Pont - Neuf. On lui doit de nombreux inventions et perfectionnements dans la fabrication d?une grande variété d?instruments d?optique. Description de l?oeil, de la différence des vues, des vues défectueuses, maladies de l?oeil, conservation de l?oeil (précautions, habitudes.), théorie sommaire de la marche des rayons de lumière, choix et travail des verres, du foyer des verres, des verres de couleurs, inconvénients des lunettes défectueuses, monocles et binocles, montures, lunettes de spectacle, verres achromatiques, microscopebesicles à la Franklin, ... relié Bon état

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        Gammer Gurton's Garland: or, the Nursery Parnassus. A Choice Collection of Pretty Songs and Verses, for the Amusement of All Little Good Children Who Can Neither Read Nor Run

      London: Printed for R. Triphook, by Harding and Wright, 1810. Small slim 8vo, (2), 46 pp. Full period-style purple morocco, richly gilt (by Dusel), a very good, well-margined copy. First Complete Collected Edition "A collection of 134 rhymes divided into four parts. The editor of the first two parts, which were published in 1784, was the literary antiquarian Joseph Ritson. Parts III and IV, here first published, contain many additional rhymes, collected by Francis Douce and others (possibly including Joesph Haslewood). The book is curious in that it is unillustrated and apparently for adults."- Opie 30. Among the early nursery rhymes that appear here for the first time are Little Bo-Peep, Humpty Dumpty, I love sixpence, a jolly, jolly sixpence, etc.

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        PLAUEN. "Vue prise près du Moulin dit Buschmühle dans la Vallée de Plauen près de Dresde". Blick auf die Buschmühle (bzw. Bienermühle oder Schweizermühle) rechts, auf dem Weg davor Kutsche, Reiter und mehrere Ausflügler.

      - Altkolorierte Umrißradierung von Johann Friedrich Bruder nach Johann Gottfried Jentzsch, um 1810, 37,5 x 53,5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. V, S. 96 (Bruder) und Bd. XVIII, S. 523 (Jentzsch). - "Seine Haupttätigkeit entfaltete er als Radierer. Für den Dresdner Kunsthändler Heinr. Rittner fertigte er kolorierte Umrißradierungen, Ansichten aus der Umgebung Dresdens und der Sächs. Schweiz, nach Joh. Gfr. Jentzsch, Casp. Dav. Friedrich und eigener Zeichnung" (Thieme-Becker über Bruder). - Im Ganzen minimal gebräunt. Aufwendig gerahmt.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        A Narrative of the Life of John Marrant, of New York, in North America: Giving an Account of His Conversion when only Fourteen Years of Age; His Leaving His Mother's House from Religious Motives, Wandering Several Days in the Desert without Food, and Being at Last Taken by an Indian Hunter among the Cherokees, where He Was Condemned to Die. With an Account of the Conversion of the King of the Cherokees and His Daughter, &c. &c. &c. The Whole Authenticated by the Reverend W. Aldridge

      Leeds: Printed by Davies & Co. at the Stanhope Press, Vicar-Lane, 1810. Paperback. Very Good. iv, [1], 6-24p. Recent marbled wrapper; portion of title-page reproduced on label mounted on the front cover. 20cm. Minimal foxing. Marrant, a free-born African American, became a Whitefield-inspired missionary among Native Americans, most notably the Cherokee, for a few years and was later impressed into the British navy for several years. There were several late 18th and early 19th century editions of Marrant's narrative -- all are now quite uncommon. The earliest editions of Marrant's narrative were titled: "A Narrative of the Lord's Wonderful Dealings with John Marrant, a Black, Born in New-York in North-America."

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        [Kitab al-ifadah wa-al-i'tibar fi al-umur al-mushahadah wa-al-hawadith al-mu'ayanah bi-ard Misr]. Relation de l'Egypte par Abd-Allatif, medecin arabe de Baghdad; suivie de divers extraits d'ecrivains orientaux, et d'un etat des provinces et des villages de l'Egypte dans le XIVe siecle [...].

      Paris, de l'Imprimerie Imperiale / Treuttel & Würtz, 1810.. Large 4to (262 x 202 mm). XXIV, 752 pp. WIth title vignette. Contemp. half calf over marbled boards, siltstamped title to gilt spine.. First French edition of this account of Egypt, translated and annotated by the orientalist Silvestre de Sacy, who added other significant texts, such as "Etat des provinces et des villages de l'Egypte, dresse en l'annee 1376, sous le regne du Sultan Melic-Alaschraf Schaban". Abd al-Latif (1162-1231), known as Ibn al-Labbad or Ibn Nukta, was a philosopher, physician, historian, and a literary man. He was one of the most prolific Arab writers, but of the numerous works ascribed to him, mostly on medicine, only his graphic and detailed account of Egypt has survived. In his edition Silvestre de Sacy provides many valuable notes to this text, the first translation into French. Abd al-Latif was educated in Baghdad, turned to philosophy and the works of Ibn Sina, visited Mosul and then Damascus and the camp of Salah al-Din outside Akka, where he met Baha' al-Din ibn Shadad and Imad al-Din al-Isfahani, the famous Arabic chroniclers of the Crusades. He went on to Cairo and travelled between there and Syria, especially Aleppo. His work was widely known in Europe and translated into Latin and German. Edward Pococke junior was responsible for a Latin version of part of the text, later issued with the Arabic by Thomas Hyde in a very scarce Oxford 1702 editio; the Latin version was continued by Joseph White in another bilingual edition (Tübingen 1789; Oxford 1800). A German version by S. F. Günther Wahl followed in 1790. The first Arabic edition did not appear until 1869 (Cairo, 1286 AH). - Boards slightly worn. Top corner of title page repaired (not affecting text) and small printed sticker with caution against blasphemy; near-contemp. ownership "Lindgren" on pastedown. Insignificant spotting and a few pencil annotations in margins. A good copy. - Brunet I, 9. Gay, 1908. Zarkali 4, p. 61. Ellis, Arabic Books in the British Museum I, 48. Cf. Garrison 1768 (cites White's bi-lingual Arabic/Latin Oxford edition of 1806). Ibrahim-Hilmy I, 3. Sarton II, 2, p. 599.

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        Die romantische Poesie. Stanzen zu Erklärung eines Maskenzuges aufgeführt den dreissigsten Januar.

      Weimar, 1810.. 16 SS. Broschiert. 4to.. Zweiter Druck, zuvor unter dem Titel "Maskenzug zum 30sten Januar 1810" im Oktavformat aufgelegt. Im Unterschied zu jenem verfügt der vorliegende Druck über eine Vorbemerkung und anstelle von Ziffern vor den Stanzen die Benennung der auftretenden Personen. Tatsächlich erst am 3. Februar aufgeführt. - Mittig gefaltet, gebräunt und mit Einrissen bzw. Faltspuren. - Kippenberg I, 432. Hagen S. 166, Nr. 334. Goedeke IV, 3, 394 (183). Hirzel A 281. Speck Nr. 2214. Brieger 710. WG² 91.

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        HEIDELBERG. "Ansicht von Heidelberg am Neckar". Gesamtansicht vom rechten Ufer aus, rechts der Weg zum Harlaß.

      - Aquatinta in Blau und Schwarz von Fr. Weber bei Tessari, Augsburg, um 1810, 32 x 43 cm. Schefold 25075. - Die seltene Ansicht in einem Exemplar mit ca. 5 cm Rand. Im Ganzen minimal gebräunt.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        KEMPTEN. Gesamtansicht die Iller entlang, im Mittelpunkt das Stift und die Lorenzkirche.

      - Altkol. Umrißradierung, um 1810, 36 x 51 cm. Nicht bei Schefold. - Alt auf getuschte Einfassungslinie geschnitten und auf Karton mit aquarellierter Linienumrandung montiert, unten mittig mit Wappen. Der Montagekarton gering fleckig. Frisches, sauberes Altkolorit. - Dekoratives und extrem seltenes Kapitalblatt. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        BAYERN. - Nazional Garde Almanach für das Königreich Baiern 1811.

      Attenkover, (1810)., Ingolstadt, - 19 x 12 cm. 8 Bl. Kalendarium, 274 S., 2 S. Inhalt. Mit gestoch. Titel und Porträt-Frontispiz, 4 gestoch. Tafeln mit Ansichten und 1 lithogr. Tafel, 1 gefalt. Tabelle. Köhring 75; Lipperheide II, Qdc 6; Pfister I, 532; vgl. Lentner 5647. - Mit den gesuchten dekorativen Ansichten (gestochen von J.G. Laminit, meist nach J.J. Dorner) von Eichstätt, Fürth, Kempten und Landshut. Die im Inhalt genannte Ansicht von Passau fehlt. Das Porträt-Frontispiz (gestochen von C. Schleich) zeigt den Finanzminister W. von Hompesch. Die Beiträge sind zumeist genealogischer, historischer oder militärischer Natur, so z.B. über die Städte Ansbach, Eichstätt und Bamberg, über das königliche bayerische Bürgermilitär, den Ursprung des Stadtwappens von Moosburg etc. - Einband etwas berieben, vorderes Gelenk angeplatzt. Innen nur gering stockfleckig und mit wenigen Untersteichungen, unbeschnitten. - Seltener Jahrgang dieses gesuchten, nur fünf Jahre lange erschienenen Almanachs! Marmor. Pp. d. Zt. mit Rsch. "1811".

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        BERCHTESGADEN. "Große Ansicht von d. Nordseite. Mit 2 Costümfiguren" (Lentner). Gesamtansicht mit Blick auf Watzmann und Hochkalter.

      - Altkolorierte Umrißradierung von Carl Rahl nach Carl Viehbeck, 1810, 35,5 x 53 cm. Lentner 7110; vgl. Karbacher, Schelle, Spiegel-Schmidt, Berchtesgaden, S. 26. - "Schöne sehr zart mit der Hand colorierte Radierung von ungemein dekorativer Wirkung" (Lentner). Unser Blatt alt auf getuschte Einfassungslinie geschnitten und lt. altem handschriftlichen Vermerk im unteren Rand von "J. Alt illuminirt".

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        BRAUBACH. "Vue de Braubach et du Chateau Liebeneck au Rhin". Gesamtansicht vom Rhein aus.

      - Altkol. Aquatinta von Joseph Ignaz Hörmann nach F. Frisch bei J. Carmine, Augsburg, um 1810, 39 x 56 cm. Mit einem Fischerpaar und einem Fischerboot staffagierte Ansicht. Tadellos erhaltenes, farbfrisches Kapitalblatt.

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        Zur Farbenlehre. Nebst einem Hefte mit sechzehn Kupfertafeln.

      Tübingen, J. G. Cotta, 1810. - 8vo and 4to. 2 vols. and volume of plates. XLVIII, 654 SS. XXVIII, 757 SS. With 17 plates (12 in colour; with the extra plate after no. II). Contemp. half calf with giltstamped Saxon arms on covers. Edges marbled. First edition of Goethe's principal scientific work, the "Farbenlehre", including the quarto-sized "Erklärung der zur Goethe’s Farbenlehre gehörigen Tafeln". "Goethe's first publication on optics culminated in his 'Zur Farbenlehre', his longest and, in his own view, best work, today known principally as a fierce and unsuccessful attack on Newton's demonstration that white light is composite" (DSB V, 445). The plates are of various sizes, showing this to be the earliest impression of the 17-plate set, but do not have the manuscript corrections present in some copies (cf. Hagen, p. 170). - Bindings somewhat rubbed; occasional brownstaining due to paper. A fine, complete copy in its first binding, originally in the library of the Dukes of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach: gilt Saxon arms on the marbled covers; armorial stamps to all titles. Most famously, Duke Karl August was Goethe's friend, lord, and benefactor. Hagen 347, 347 d. Goedeke IV 3, 583 (46). Kippenberg I, 386, 389. Hirzel A 288. Speck 2289/90. Schmid 55-58. Brieger 733. WG 79. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        OPERE. 1810-1812.

      Nel Seminario, a spese di Giannandrea Foglierini, Padova - Opera completa in 17 volumi. Cm.21x13. Pg.6054 complessive. Buone legature coeve in pelle con tasselli cartacei ai piatti anteriori. Doppi tasselli con titoli e fregi in oro ai dorsi. Tagli marmorizzati. Il testo è preceduto da "Studj ed opere del Metastasio", prefazione di Mauro Boni. I Drammi contenuti: I) "Didone, Siroe"; II) "Siface, Catone in Utica, Ezio"; III) "Alessandro nelle Indie, Semiramide"; IV) "Artaserse, Adriano in Siria, Issipile"; V) "Demetrio, Olimpiade, Demofonte"; VI) "La Clemenza di Tito, Achille in Sciro, Ciro riconosciuto"; VII) "Temistocle, Zenobia, Attilio Regolo, Ipermestra"; VIII) "Antigono, Il Re Pastore, L'Eroe cinese, Nitteti"; IX) "Il Trionfo di Clelia, Romolo ed Ersilia, Il Ruggiero, Giustino"; X) "Componimenti sacri"; XI) "Azioni e Feste teatrali da cantarsi"; XII) "Seguito delle Azioni e Feste teatrali da cantarsi"; XIII) "Casntate e ariette per musica, canzonette, complimenti, versetti, sonetti, epitalami, idilli, elegie, odi, etc."; XIV) "Traduzioni da Giovenale, Orazio e Aristotele"; XV) "Nota di alcune Ossevazioni sulle tragedie di Eschilo, Euripide e Sofocle; Dissertazione del Calsabigi; Sentenze e Massime; Descrizioni e Similitudini; Indice delle Arie, Cori e Duetti; XVI) "Lettere"; XVII) "Lettere ed Indice generale". Freschi esemplari 8600 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Prince. 'The Prince: Translated from the Original Italian of Niccolo Machiavelli. To Which is Prefixed an Introduction Shewing the Close Analogy Between the Principles of Machiavelli and the Actions of Buonaparte.'

      London: Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1810., 1810. FIRST EDITION. Large post octavo, pp. xcv; 211. Bound in full navy morocco with three-line gilt border adorning both boards, five raised bands with gilt borders surrounding the five panels to spine, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers, pastedown shows bookplate belonging to John A. Vietor, Jr., millionaire and army captain in WWII. Boards in excellent condition with very limited signs of wear, spine faded to green from sunlight, spine joints show some rubbing, corners a little bumped, all edges remain bright, minor age toning to text block, includes lengthy and compelling introduction. A fascinating history.

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        Signor Topsy-Turvy's Wonderful Magic Lantern; Or, The World Turned Upside Down

      London: Tabart and Co., 1810. First printing. 12mo. 71pp. The rare juvenile classic by the Taylors featuring 24 exquisite inserted plates, among the more proficient and technically detailed illustrations to appear in any children's books of the period. Attractively bound in modern black morocc-backed marbled boards. Lacks leaf C8 (pp. 47/48). All illustrations present.A few small repairs, slight foxing. Near fine. Extremely rare and sought-after title, rarely seen in first editioin.

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        HORTUS KEWENSIS, or A Catalogue of the Plants cultivated in the Royal Botanic Garden at Kew

      London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1810-1813.. SECOND EDITION 1810-1813 ENLARGED by WILLIAM TOWNSEND AITON, GARDENER TO HIS MAJESTY.. 8vo, approximately 215 x 135 mm, 8½ x 5½ inches, pages: xl, 1-407; 1-432; 1-432; 1-522; 1-568 including indexes, bound in contemporary half dark green calf, marbled covers, gilt lettered maroon labels, gilt decoration to bands. Bindings and hinges rubbed, shelf wear to edges and corners, 1 label chipped with slight loss, 2 lower corners have the tips missing, not affecting text, 1 page has a closed tear to margin neatly repaired, not affecting text, front inner paper hinges cracked in all volumes, endpapers foxed and age-browned, pale foxing and pale age-browning to text, small neat old ink name on the blank side of title page (Alex Spencer?) otherwise a good set, bindings tight and no loose pages. See: A Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume 2, page 21. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        [WRITING SHEET.] THE PROGRESS OF EDUCATION.

      A hand-coloured engraved writing sheet showing the education of a young boy as he progresses from a village school to grammar school, before successfully being placed in a Merchant's counting house, and eventually becoming a merchant himself. Surrounding the central section which has been completed by Frederick Bottrill of Cranbrook School, December 12th, are six engravings showing his 'progress; centrally placed at the head of the sheet is an engravings showing him as a merchant. One image shows the young student returning home for the Christmas holidays and showing his parents his 'Schoolpiece' [the completed writing sheet]. The sheet has been lain down at some time; it has some surface dust-soling and some short closed tears; small blank corner missing; but, overall, this is an excellent and highly attractive example of a scarce writing sheet; Sheet size: 48 x 38 [19 x 15 inches].

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        Göthe`s Garten bei Weimar. Kupferstich um 1810.

      Friedrich Campe, Nürnberg - Bildmaß der Darstellung 33 x 49,5 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt unter Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 62 x 80 cm ). Gezeigt wird der Garten Goethes in Weimar an der Ilm mit 4 Personen am Wegesrand sowie einem Schäfer mit seiner Herde. Das Goethesche Gartenhaus im Bildhintergrund, rechts fließt die Ilm. Das Bild am Unterrand betitelt sowie mit 4 Strophen: *Erhalte Du, gastfreundliches Asyl / Den Sänger uns am schön errungnen Ziel! / Laß ewig ihm, umgrünt von Lorbeerzweigen, / Aus deinem Schoß des Lebens steigen! / Erfreue sich der schöpferischen Hand, / Die bildend stets an Klopstocks Vaterland, / Zum Dienst Apolls uns Jünglinge verband. / Noch neigen wir als Männer unser Haupt / Vor ihm, an dessen Muse wir geglaubt./ Du Sänger mit der wunderbaren Flöte, / Du, Ordner jeder wirklichen Magie, / O führe Du noch lange, Vater Göthe, / Den Chor uns an der reichsten Harmonie! / Man darf der Welt nicht, was Du schufst, erzählen; / Wir alle sind ein Denkmal deiner Kunst; / ein Bildnis steht bekränzt in allen Seelen, Dich krönt das Volk wie deines Fürsten Gunst.* Das Blatt gebräunt, igering stockfleckig. im weißen Außenrand etwas stärker fleckig bzw. stockfleckig. ( Bitte beachten. Hier aufgrund der Abmessungen un Bruchgefahr kein Versand, hier nur Selbstabholung in meinem Ladengeschäft ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Rocca di mezzo, vicino a Civitella.

      1810 1810 - Radierung 1810. 17,1:22,5 cm. Blatt 6 aus der Folge von 20 Blatt „Römische Ansichten". Literatur: Andresen 6, III; Katalog „Joseph Anton Koch. Ansichten vor der Natur, Stuttgart, Staatsgalerie, 1989, aus Nrn. 83-92.- Vorzüglicher gleichmäßiger Abdruck mit der Schrift unten und der Nummer rechts oben. Mit breitem Rand. In einem vom 10. Juni 1810 datierten Brief an Robert von Langer in München schreibt Koch, er habe „ein Werk Italienischer Gegenden auf Assoziation zu radieren angefangen". Die für den Verkauf bestimmte Folge stellt Gegenden aus Rom und dessen Umgebung dar. Ursprünglich hatte der Künstler vor, die Suite über die 20 Blatt hinaus auszudehnen. Wegen fehlender Kupferplattenwurde das Projekt jedoch mit der Vollendung der zwanzigsten Platte eingestellt. Die „Römischen ansichten" sind die letzten druckgraphischen Arbeiten des Künstlers, der sich fortan nur noch der Ölmalerei widmete.

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        The New Practical Navigator; being a Complete Epitome of Navigation: to which are added, all the Tables Requisite for determining the latitude and longitude at sea: containing the different kinds of sailing, and necessary corrections for lee-way, variation, &c. exemplified in a Journal at Sea etc.

      F. and C. Rivington, G. Wilkie and J. Robinson etc, London. 1810 - Eighteenth edition, enlarged and carefully improved, by Joseph Dessiou. Octavo. pp.xvi, 336 + tables. 8 engraved plates including a frontispiece portrait, maps, charts, Hadley's quadrant and sextant, "a first rate ship of war"; at the rear are two folding planispheres of the stars. Quarter leather with marbled boards. The endpapers and blanks are densely filled with notes of a navigational nature, in Swedish, and in an exquisitely fine hand, such that they add to, rather than detract from, the book's condition. The majority of the notes date from 1867. The tables at the rear are unnumbered but an approximate guess would put them in the region of 200 pages - they concern difference of latitude and departure, logarithms, artificial sines, tangents, and secants, finding the latitude by two altitudes of the sun, high water, &c. One page has been extensively repaired but is complete. Very good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HORTUS KEWENSIS, or A Catalogue of the Plants cultivated in the Royal Botanic Garden at Kew.

      London Longman Hurst Rees Orme and Brown -1813 1810 - SECOND EDITION 1810-1813 ENLARGED by WILLIAM TOWNSEND AITON, GARDENER TO HIS MAJESTY. 8vo, approximately 215 x 135 mm, 8½ x 5½ inches, pages: xl, 1-407; 1-432; 1-432; 1-522; 1-568 including indexes, bound in contemporary half dark green calf, marbled covers, gilt lettered maroon labels, gilt decoration to bands. Bindings and hinges rubbed, shelf wear to edges and corners, 1 label chipped with slight loss, 2 lower corners have the tips missing, not affecting text, 1 page has a closed tear to margin neatly repaired, not affecting text, front inner paper hinges cracked in all volumes, endpapers foxed and age-browned, pale foxing and pale age-browning to text, small neat old ink name on the blank side of title page (Alex Spencer?) otherwise a good set, bindings tight and no loose pages. See: A Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume 2, page 21. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Ansicht der Stadt Steyer beym Zusam(m)enfluss der Steyer und En(n)s". Altkolorierte Umrissradierung von Johann Ziegler nach Ferdinand F. Runk. Aus: F. F. Runk, L. Janscha, J. Ziegler u.a., Vues de differens Bourgs Villages et Villes de Autriche sup. et inf., de Stirie, de Carinthie.

      Wien, Stöckl, ca. 1810.. Ca 32 cm x 42 cm.. Nebehay-W. 578, 43. - Die Umrissradierungen von Johann Ziegler zählen ohne Zweifel zu den schönsten Ansichten der Zeit. Die Umrissradierungen erhielten - nach Vorlage der Aquarelle - eine besonders prächtige Kolorierung. Durch den großen Erfolg wurden die Blätter ständig erweitert und dem veränderten Zeitgeschmack angepasst. - Auf Papier "Honig".

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        "Das Stift Ossiach. L' Abbay d' Ossiach". Altkolorierte Umrissradierung von Johann Ziegler nach Ferdinand F. Runk. Aus: F. F. Runk, L. Janscha, J. Ziegler u.a., Vues de differens Bourgs Villages et Villes de Autriche sup. et inf., de Stirie, de Carinthie.

      Wien, Stöckl, ca. 1810.. Ca 32 cm x 42 cm.. Nebehay-W. 578, 158. - Die Umrissradierungen von Johann Ziegler zählen ohne Zweifel zu den schönsten Ansichten der Zeit. Die Umrissradierungen erhielten - nach Vorlage der Aquarelle - eine besonders prächtige Kolorierung. Durch den großen Erfolg wurden die Blätter ständig erweitert und dem veränderten Zeitgeschmack angepasst.

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        Elegant Extracts from the Most Eminent Writers: Poetry in 6 Volumes; Prose in 6 Volumes; Epistles in 6 Volumes. (The Complete Set of 18 Volumes)

      John Sharpe & Hector McLean 1810 - No date, but c.1810. Lovely set of 38 (bound as 18) 13cm. volumes. Bound in full green morocco, with gilt to board edges, 5 compartments to spine, heavily gilt. All page edges gilt. In VG condition, with some wear and rubbing, spines a little faded. Internally clean, plain endpapers. With added engraved and illustrated title-page for each book. Will incur extra overseas postage; please enquire for shipping and insurance rates. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HYMNS FOR INFANT MINDS. By the Authors of Original Poems, Rhymes for the Nursery, &c.

      vii, [1 ad'], 100 pages. Engraved frontispiece. Original plain boards, sometime re-backed in green calf gilt. Binding: 14.3 x 9 cm. First edition. Series of inscriptions on front endpapers; boards rubbed and worn; inner joints repaired, but lacking rear endpaper; else a very good copy of a rare title.The work is comprised of seventy hymns, of which it is thought thirty-five are the work of Ann, and thirty-five the work of Jane.

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        HORTUS KEWENSIS, or A Catalogue of the Plants cultivated in the Royal Botanic Garden at Kew.

      SECOND EDITION 1810 - 1813 ENLARGED by WILLIAM TOWNSEND AITON, GARDENER TO HIS MAJESTY.. 8vo, approximately 215 x 135 mm, 8½ x 5½ inches, pages: xl, 1 - 407; 1 - 432; 1 - 432; 1 - 522; 1 - 568 including indexes, bound in contemporary half dark green calf, marbled covers, gilt lettered maroon labels, gilt decoration to bands. Bindings and hinges rubbed, shelf wear to edges and corners, 1 label chipped with slight loss, 2 lower corners have the tips missing, not affecting text, 1 page has a closed tear to margin neatly repaired, not affecting text, front inner paper hinges cracked in all volumes, endpapers foxed and age - browned, pale foxing and pale age - browning to text, small neat old ink name on the blank side of title page (Alex Spencer?) otherwise a good set, bindings tight and no loose pages. See: A Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume 2, page 21. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Relación histórica y moral de la portentosa imagen de N. Sr. Jesucristo crucificado aparecido en una de las cuevas de S. Miguel de Chalma, hoy real convento y santuario de este nombre, de religiosos ermitaños de N.G.P. y doctor S. Agustin, en esta Nueva España, y en esta provincia del santísimo nombre de Jesús de México. Con los compendios de las vidas de los dos venerables religiosos legos y primeros anacoretas de este santo desierto, F. Bartolomé de Jesús María, y F. Juan de San Josef

      [Mexico] : Casa de Arizpe Small 4to. [7] ff., 386 pp., plt.. 1810 One has here the sole edition of the standard and well-thought-of account of the Sanctuary of Jesus Christ at Chalma, the second most visited pilgrimage site in Mexico. The cave housing the Christ Crucified statue was a pre-Columbian sacred site and pilgrimage destination; miraculously the pre-Columbian statue with magical healing power morphed into the Christ image soon after it was visited by early Augustinian friars, who took over the cave and the surrounding area and build a church and religious compound. The original Christ statue was destroyed by fire in the 18th century. In addition to the wealth of information here about the origins of the cave as a site of miracles, its history throughout the colonial period, and accounts of miracles occurring there, this work also has important biographies of Augustinians of the 17th century who played important roles in the care and perpetuation of the site. The engraving shows the cave, the Christ figure, pilgrims, and Augustinian friars. 19th-century mottled sheep, abraded, missing spine label; spine is cracking down center, and volume may sometime split into two halves. Some brown stains, most notable in inner and upper or lower margins; lower outside corner of title–page neatly excised. Old ink notes and scribblings.

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        BADEWESEN. - Bayreuth. "Zeichnung von dem errichteten warmen Baade in dem Kaiserl. französischen Hospital zu Bayreuth".

      - 10 aquarellierte Tuschfederzeichnungen auf einem Blatt, signiert "Trips", um 1810, 44 x 59 cm. Dargestellt sind verschiedene Grund- und Aufrisse sowie Werkzeuge. Rechts oben "Beschreibung und Gebrauch des Ofens", darunter "Perspectiivscher Durchschnitt des Ofens zur Erwärmung des Wasseres im Magazin". Links oben "Stellung der Badegefässe nach der Länge", darunter Grund- und Aufriß sowie Durchschnitt des Wassermagazins, "Profil der Wasserröhre" sowie Grund- und Aufriß der Badewanne. Am unteren Rand ein Maßstab. - Hochinteressantes Zeitdokument zur Geschichte der Technik. - Bugfalte, sonst tadellos erhalten. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Librarian

      London: Printed by and for William Savage, 1810. First Edition. With 2 folding manuscript facsimiles. 286, [2, index] ; 286, [2, index]; 286, 48 pp. 3 vols. 8vo. Bound in later half brown calf and marbled boards. COMPLETE A complete run of 19 numbers of this interesting periodical edited and largely written by assistant librarian, under the celebrated scholar Richard Porson, of the London Institution.

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        MISSALE ROMANUM. Ex Decreto Sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini restitutum. Sancti Pii V. Pontificis Maximi jussu editum, Clementis VIII. et Urbani VIII. auctoritate recognitum, in quo Missae novissimae Sanctorum accuratè sunt dispositae. Imponente legatura in lamina d'argento sbalzata e velluto.

      Testo latino. Cm.40,4x27,5. Pg. (64), 536, CVIII. Stupenda legatura ottocentesca in velluto rosso rivestito con ricchissimo apparato di placche in argento sbalzato, finemente lavorate con ricchi motivi ornamentali, applicate alla coperta. Due apparati in argento vanno a formare una imponente bordura al piatto anteriore e al posteriore; due sono collocati al centro degli specchi, con due figure di santi raffigurate, ed infine un'ulteriore lastra va a rivestire il dorso, con al centro, in ovale, impressa una notazione di proprietà: "Joseph. Rospigliosi 1810". Fogli di guardia decorati. Tagli goffrati in oro. Doppio frontespizio, il primo inciso a piena pagina da Sebastiano Conca, e cinque incisioni a soggetto religioso, sempre a piena pagina, nitidamente incise da Carlo da Lovanio e da Antonio de Petris. Svariate parti musicali. Testo impresso in rosso e nero, su due colonne, con bordura a doppio filo. Capilettera e cartigli ornamentali incisi e marca tipografica, in formato cm.9,4x15,3, al secondo frontespizio. Numerosi segnapagina in seta rossa. In fine sono aggiunte quattro carte di feste mobili fiorentine. Il prezioso Messale è conservato in apposita custodia lignea, in formato cm.47,7 x 36 x 15,5. La scatola consta di una laccatura policroma alla parte esterna ed è internamente rivestira di velluto, in due lati apribili. Nessun marchio, che possa aiutare per l'individuazione dell'artista, compare sulla legatura. Bellissimo volume, in eccezionali condizioni di conservazione sia per la stampa, la legatura e la custodia. La notazione incisa al dorso del volume segnala la proprietà del medesimo, e di conseguenza la committenza della sontuosa legatura in argento, del Principe Giuseppe Rospigliosi, Duca di Zagarolo e Principe del Sacro Romano Impero (Roma, 11 novembre 1755 - Firenze, 1 gennaio 1833), che vantava una straordinaria discendenza genealogica (Carlo Magno, Ugo Capeto e Guglielmo I d'Inghilterra). Fu Presidente della Accademia dei Georgofili dal 1797 al 1801 e fu lui che il 1 maggio 1814 prese possesso della Toscana per conto di Ferdinando III dopo la restaurazione post - napoleonica.

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        The Book of Job translated from the Hebrew. With a Preface and Annotations by the Rev. F. Randolph, D.D

      8vo. Bath: Richard Cruttwell, 1810. 8vo, (4), xv, ?188? (i.e. 206)pp. Early calf, black label lettered in gilt, backstrip neatly repaired, a very good copy. First edition by the unsung genius Elizabeth Smith: ?Aside from a governess who taught her French and a little Italian, from six to eight years of age and again from ten to twelve, Smith was largely self-taught. In 1789 she became governess to her siblings and began an influential friendship with Henrietta Maria Bowdler. In 1794 she began learning Arabic and Persian from her brother's oriental dictionary; in 1796 she studied Hebrew from a Bible belonging to Henrietta Bowdler's mother. Between 1795 and 1799 she learned Spanish, German, Arabic, Persian, Greek, Latin, Hebrew, some Syriac, and Erse, as well as music, mathematics, and astronomy.? Biblical translations by women are very rare in general -- this book, though not rare, is of importance in that genre and it would be pleasant to imagine that she might have met William Blake who at this time was also teaching himself Hebrew in order to publish his ?Illustrations of the Book of Job?.

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        Reisen in Süd-Amerika in den Jahren 1781 bis 1801. Aus dem Spanischen mit Anmerkungen und Leben des Verfasser hrg. von Walkenaer. Nach dem Französischen bearbeitet von W.Lindau. Band 1-3 cpl.

      Hinrichs, Leipzig 1810 - ( Hier vollständig in 3 Bänden vorliegend - Band 1 sowie Band 2-3 in einem Bande ). Erster Band mit VI, 2 n.n. Blätter ( Karten und Kupfer / Inhaltsverzeichnis ), 144 Seiten. Band 2-3 in einem Bande mit 150 und 125 Seiten. Mit zusammen 1 gestochenen, ausfaltbaren Ansicht von Buenos Ayres, einem gestochenen, ausfaltbaren Plan ( Indianische Ansiedlungen = Plan der Reduction: Atira - Conception - Candelaria ), 5 Tabellen sowie 2 ausfaltbare, teilkolorierte gestochene Karten ( Südamerika und Antillische Inseln / Karte der Provinz Paraguay. Jeweils in neuerem Leinen gebunden, 8° ( 21,5 x 12,5 cm ). Inhalt Band 1: Nachrichten über Azaras Leben und Schriften von E.A. Walckenaer - Einleitung - Klima und Winde - Boden - Hauptflüsse und Häfen - Naturerzeugnisse und Anbau des Landes / Band 2: Von den wilden Indianern - Bemerkungen über die wilden Indianer - Von den Mitteln, welche die Eroberer von Amerika zur Unterwerfung der Indianer brauchten / Band 3: Über die Verfahrensart der Jesuiten bei der Unterwerfung der Indianer und die Art, wie sie dieselben beherrschen - Von den farbigen Menschen - Von den Spaniern - Übersicht aller Städte, Flecken, Dörfer und Kirchspiele im Gouvernement Paraguay - Übersicht aller Städte, Flecken, Dörfer, Ansiedlungen und Kirchspiele im Gouvernement Buenos Ayres - Geschichte der Entdeckung und Eroberung von dem Lande am Plata-Strome und der Provinz Paraguay. Einbände etwas berieben, Ecken und Kanten leicht bestoßen, gering fleckig. Innen Exlibris sowie Besitzstempel und einige handschrifliche Besitzeintragungen auf dem Titelblatt, verso Klebeetikett. Seiten teils gering angerändert, teils etwas stock- oder braunfleckig, einige Seiten mit kleinen Anstreichungen. Die Kupfer ebenfalls etwas stock- oder braunfleckig, 1 Tabelle mit Einriß. Insgesamt aber von recht guter Erhaltung. In diesen 3 Teilen vollständig vorliegend sehr selten. ( Gesamtgewicht 700 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Mysteries of the Forest

      Printed and Published by T. Gillet, Crown-Court, Fleet-Street, London 1810 - Not Seen Garside records this as published by Newman on the basis of the citation in Summers, while noting the presence of Gillett printer's imprint in each volume of the 1822 second edition.Very rare. Rebound in period half red morocco, spine gilt and original marbled boards. Small paper flaw at last leaf of vol. I (old adhesion masking a few letters), old paper repair to title of vol. III, paper repairs to F4 (vol. II), I2 (vol. III), loss of one corner of F5 (vol. III) costing one word, else fine iv, 284; [ii], 326; [ii], 324 pp. 3 vols. 12mo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Pleasures of Memory with Other Poems

      London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1810. New edition, first with these illustrations. Numerous vignette engravings by Clennell after Stothard. [vii], 167, [1] pp. T. Bensley Printer, printed entirely on INDIA PAPER. 1 vols. 8vo. Quarter contemporary morocco and marbled boards. Spine rubbed, some light foxing throughout. On India Paper One of only a few copies on India paper. Inscribed on the title-page "A Present / From the Author / to / T.J. Mathias." Thomas James Mathias (1754?-1835) was a poet and Italian scholar. Rogers writes of him in Table Talk.With an autograph letter, signed ("Saml Rogers"), from the author to Mathias, mentioning the India paper edition: "? wood-cuts, which poor Hoppner saw and admired exceedingly ? To do them justice I have printed off a few copies on India paper." Ray says of Stothard's illustrations for this work that "they are among the best wood engravings of the early nineteenth century." They were engraved by Luke Clennell, one of Bewick's most gifted students.With a note on the front pastedown that this copy was bought from Mathias' estate in Naples in 1836 by P. Faulkner.

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        A lecture on the plan which is proposed to adopt for improving the Royal Institution and rendering it permanent,

      Delivered at the Theatre of the Royal Institution, March 3d, 1810 … Printed by desire of the managers.A lecture by Sir Humphry Davy arguing for the improvement of the Royal Institution by documenting the history of inventions and the progress of the sciences and technology. He notes that the promotion of knowledge has to be supported by more public experiments and research and generally opening up the institution. ?'The diffusion and improvement of science may not be limited to those persons only who can personally attend the Institution … its objects are not private; but public … it is desirous of enabling all to profit by those novel objects which may be developed … and to be considered as the common property of all cultivated minds?' (pp. 24/5).Sir Humphry Davy (1778 ?-1829), chemist and inventor, is probably best remembered today for his discoveries of several alkali and alkaline earth metals, as well as contributions to the discoveries of the elemental nature of chlorine and iodine. 1810, the year of the present lecture, was to be a busy year for him: he gave Chlorine its current name and insisted it was in fact an element. He also showed that oxygen could not be obtained from the substance known as oxymuriatic acid (HCl solution) and thus overturned Lavoisier?'s definition of acids as compounds of oxygen.8vo, (ii) + 41 + (1)pp., advertisements, final page lightly smudged, recent marbled boards lettered on spine, a very good copy., [1810]. First edition.. Delivered at the Theatre of the Royal Institution, March 3d, 1810 … Printed by desire of the managers. A lecture by Sir Humphry Davy arguing for the improvement of the Royal Institution by documenting the history of inventions and the progress of the sciences and technology. He notes that the promotion of knowledge has to be supported by more public experiments and research and generally opening up the institution. ?'The diffusion and improvement of science may not be limited to those persons only who can personally attend the Institution … its objects are not private; but public … it is desirous of enabling all to profit by those novel objects which may be developed … and to be considered as the common property of all cultivated minds?' (pp. 24/5).Sir Humphry Davy (1778 ?-1829), chemist and inventor, is probably best remembered today for his discoveries of several alkali and alkaline earth metals, as well as contributions to the discoveries of the elemental nature of chlorine and iodine. 1810, the year of the present lecture, was to be a busy year for him: he gave Chlorine its current name and insisted it was in fact an element. He also showed that oxygen could not be obtained from the substance known as oxymuriatic acid (HCl solution) and thus overturned Lavoisier?'s definition of acids as compounds of oxygen. 8vo, (ii) + 41 + (1)pp., advertisements, final page lightly smudged, recent marbled boards lettered on spine, a very good copy.

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        Rules and Regulations for the Sword Exercise of the Cavalry

      London: T. Egerton, 1810. Reprint of 1810. Fine in a recent 1/4 brown morocco leather and marbled paper covered boards with gilt borders and text stamping on the spine. Without a dust jacket. The title page of this volume provides no indication as to the author; however, the last page of text bears the initials "J.G.L.M." which are the initials of John Gaspard le Marchant. Marchant was a cavalry officer, promoted to Major-General in the British Army, who lived from 1766 to 1812 when he was killed in the Napoleonic Wars at the battle of Salamanca. He is best known for having developed the British Light Cavalry Sword (Pattern 1796 or P1796). Additionally, he sponsored a standardized military training program for British officers. In that vein he wrote several training manuals for the cavalry this being one of them. An octavo measuring 8 3/16" tall by 5" deep containing 98 pages of text and illustrated with 29 fold-out plates. Originally published in December, 1796 this is a reprint of 1810 printed for the "War-Office and sold by T. Egerton, Military Library, Whitehall." A remarkably clean and bright copy with virtually no foxing or tanning of the pages. Very uncommon as such.

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        Porta Saracinesca Segni".

      - Bleistift, aquarelliert, auf festem Zeichenpapier, auf Untersatz montiert und dort rechts unten wohl signiert „Corrodi – Rom". 10,2:23 cm. Literatur: Chr. Steinhoff: Salomon Corrodi und seine Zeit 1810-1892. Ein Schweizer Künstlerleben im 19. Jahrhundert, Fehraltorf 1992, vgl. 5Z; hier zeigt der Künstler dieselbe Mauer von der entgegengesetzten Seite. Goethe zeichnete auf seiner italienischen Reise ein ganz ähnliches Zyklopenmauerwerk. Auch L Richter (1803-1887) und C. Wagner (1804-1867) studierten bei einer gemeinsamen Wanderung am 20. September 1824 dasselbe Motiv in Palästrina, nicht weit von Olevano gelegen (vgl. Kat. 87, Gemälde Ölstudien und Zeichnungen, Nr. 41 a & b, Galerie Joseph Fach, Frankfurt am Main 2005). Bereits 1832 erreichte Corrodi über Genua und Pisa Rom, wo er sich in F.L. Catels (1778-1856) Atelier ausbildete und bald auch zu der von ihm am meisten bevorzugten Malweise, der Aquarelltechnik, fand. In Rom, wo er fast sein gesamtes Leben verbrachte, wurde er von hochgestellten Persönlichkeiten wie z.B. Zar Nikolaus protegiert und war sehr erfolgreich. Auch das englische Königshaus kaufte zahlreiche seiner Werke. Corrodis Haus in Rom war bis zu seinem Tod beliebter Treffpunkt u.a. seiner Schweizer Landsleute.

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        The Compleat Angler Being a Discourse of Fish and Fishing Not Unworthy the Perusal of Most Anglers

      London: Samuel Bagster 1810. Engraved title and portrait, [xvi],,246, [2] pp, a contemporary dark green gilt decorated binding with fish designs to spine, and gilt clasp designs to both boards - some engraved illustrations in the text. 2 bookplates including that of W. Simonds Higgs, who creat is stamped in gilt on the rear board. Wear to spine and book edges and some foxing internally. . Very Good. Full Morocco. 1810. 12mo..

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        Igia ed Amore". Hygieia und Eros. Hygieia auf einem Stein sitzend und eine Schlange in der Hand haltend und Eros, neben ihr stehend, dieser eine Schale zum Trinken reichend.

      - Kupferstich, um 1810/11, von F. und J. Riepenhausen, nach einer Zeichnung von A. (sic!) Thorwaldsen, auf Velin. 27,1:19,5 cm. - Knickfalte im oberen Rand außerhalb der Darstellung geglättet. Literatur: Andresen III, 107, 10; British Museum, Prints & Drawings, London, Inv.-Nr. 1879, 1011. 1284; Ausst. Katalog: Antike – Zwischen Klassizismus und Romantik. Die Künstlerfamilie Riepenhausen. Stendal, Winckelmann-Gesellschaft im Winckelmann-Museum, 2001, S. 195; vgl. auch Thorvaldsen Museum, Kopenhagen (Inv. Nr. E96). Sehr selten!

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        Kst.- Karte, in 15 Blatt v. Josef Zutz und Andreas Müller. für den K.K. General - Quartiermeisterstab. "Charte des Herzogsthums Salzburg von dem kaiserlich königlich - oesterreichischen General - Quartiermeister Stabe in den Jahren 1806 und 1807 .. aufgenommen, und im Jahre 1810 reducirt und gezeichnet".

      . dat. 1810, 15 Blatt ( jeweils 26,5 x 39 cm.). Dörflinger, Österr. Karten des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts, S. 732. - Seltene Karte des K.K. Generalquartiermeisterstabes, vorliegend in 15 Teilen mit dem Or.- Schuber. - Gebiet: Zeigt das Herzogtum Salzburg. - Alle Karten in je 4 Teilen auf Leinwand montiert und sehr gut erhalten. - Der Schuber ohne den unteren Boden.

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        Landschaft mit großen Bäumen und einem links angeschnittenen Gutshaus im Waadtland in der Schweiz, mit Reiter und vierspänniger Kutsche.

      - Aquarell, über Bleistift, um 1810, auf Bütten mit Fragment des Wasserzeichens: C & I Honig. 56,5:68,5 cm. Links ein ca. 1,8 cm breiter Papierstreifen zur Vergrößerung der Darstellung angesetzt. Mit kleineren Restaurierungen. Provenienz: Schweizer Privatbesitz. Literatur: Ausst. Katalog: P.-A. Guerretta: Pierre-Louis De la Rive ou la belle nature. Vie et oeuvre peint (1753-1817), Genf 2002, Farbabb. 289, S. 267; Karl Viktor von Bonstetten. Bonstettiana XI 1811-1817. Historisch-kritische Ausgabe der Briefkorrespondenzen Karl Viktor von Bonstettens und seines Kreises (1753-1832), hrsg. von Doris und Peter Walser-Wilhelm, Heinz Graber, Göttingen 2007, S. 505. Die Tochter eines aus Rotterdam stammenden Pfarrers studierte seit 1793 in Genf bei P.-L. de La Rive (1753-1817) und G. Vanière (1740-1834). Um weiterhin am Zeichenunterricht von De La Rive teilnehmen zu können, folgte sie diesem nach Bex/Waadtland, wo später wohl auch das vorliegende, koloristisch eigenwillige, großformatige Aquarell entstand. Auf Reisen in Italien bildete sie sich weiter. 1802 heiratete sie den Physiker und Astronom Jacques Eynard (1772-1847). Befreundet war sie mit dem bekannten Schweizer Schriftsteller Karl Viktor von Bonstetten (1745-1832). Sie bevorzugte das Landschaftsbild, malte aber auch hervorragende Porträts und Historienbilder. 1835 beteiligte sie sich mit einem Landschaftsbild an einer Ausstellung im Genfer Musée Rath, das dieses anschließend erwarb.

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