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        Costume of the Lower Orders of London

      London: Published for T.L. Busby, by Messrs. Baldwin, Craddock, and Joy, 1820 - The London Working ClassBUSBY, Thomas Lord. Costume of the Lower Orders of London. Painted and Engraved from Nature, by T.L. Busby. London: Published for T.L. Busby, by Messrs. Baldwin, and Co., [1820].Quarto (11 3/8 x 8 15/16 inches; 289 x 227 mm.). iv, [24] pp. Twenty-four hand-colored etched plates. Text watermarked 1817, plates watermarked "J. Whatman 1819". Text leaf for "Mechanical Fiddler" with neatly repaired tear (no loss of text) and neatly repaired marginal tears to three plates - "Draymen", "Apple-Boy" and "Fireman". Some very light marginal foxing and staining and a few very small edge tears. Bound ca. 1910 by Lloyd of London (stamp signed on front free end-paper). Half red morocco over red cloth boards, spine expertly rebacked to style with five raised bands, decoratively tooled and lettered in gilt in compartments, gray end-papers, all edges gilt. A very good copy with early watermarks.The Plates:1. Frontispiece of Sandwich Man. No imprint.2. Billy Waters (the Dancing Fiddler). Nov. 1, 1819.3. Jemmy Lovel (the Tinker). Nov. 1, 1819.4. Mechanical Fiddler. Nov. 1, 1819.5. Owen Clancey (the Frost Bitten Sailor). Jan. 1, 1820.6. Milk Maid. Jan. 1, 1820. 7. Thomas Musto (the Mat-Man. Jan. 1. 1820. 8. Fortune-Teller. Unsigned: Jan. 1, 1820. 9. Pedlar. Feb 15, 1820. 10. Draymen. Feb. 15, 1819. 11. Joseph Hill (the Bell-Ringer). Feb. 15, 1820. 12. Fish Woman. Feb. 15, 1820.13. Rabbit-Seller. March 15, 1820.14. Water-Cresses. March 15, 1820.15. Apple-Boy. March 15, 1820.16. Watchman. March 15, 1820.17. May Day. May 15, 1820.18. Shoe-Black. May 15, 1820.19. Match-Girl. May 15, 1820.20. Dustman. May 15, 1820.21. Fireman. March 15, 1820.22. Chimney-Sweepers. Aug. 1, 1820.23. Postman. July 1, 1820.24. Pieman. Aug. 15, 1820.Abbey, Life 423. Colas 491. Hiler, p. 129. Lipperheide 1025. Tooley 123.

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        ATLAS: TARDIEU, LA HARPE (J.F). Abrégé de l'histoire générale des voyages, contenant ce qu'il y a de plus remarquable, de plus utile et de mieux avéré dans les pays où les voyageurs ont pénétré; les mœurs des habitants, la religion, les usages, arts et sciences, commerce et manufactures; par J.F. LAHARPE. Nouvelle édition, revue et corrigée avec le grand soin, et accompagnée d'un bel Atlas In-folio.

      1820 - Paris, Etienne Ledoux, 1820. 24 volumes in-8° (205x135) reliés demi-maroquin olive, dos ornés, tranches marbrées, belle série. 500pp. par volume, le dernier (XXIV) étant la table des matières. TARDIEU A., Atlas pour servir à l'intelligence de l'histoire générale des voyages de LA HARPE. In folio (455x295mm), couverture éditeur, coins écornés. Paris, Ledentu, 1825. 15 cartes géographique (595x460mm), contours couleurs dressés par AMBROISE TARDIEU. Mappemonde, Afrique, Asie (2), Indes, Océanie, Chine, Japon, Sibérie, Golfe du Mexique, Mexique, Amérique Méridionale, Pérou, Brésil, Amérique Septentrionale, Europe. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Essai sur les moyens de régénérer l'agriculture en France et plus particulièrement les départements du Midi

      chez Antoine Richard 1820-21, Marseilles - 3 vols. pages; Three volumes bound in contemporary half calf over marbled paper-covered boards with tiny vellum tips reinforcing the corners, flat spines -- each volume has a pair of green leather labels lettered in gilt. These three volumes once belonged to Dr. Arpad Plesch, with the great collector's impressive red leather book-label tooled and lettered in gilt mounted to the front paste-down of the first volume. The spine of the first volume has a small piece missing along the top edge and has recieved a minor repair, there is a surface scrape along the spine of the third volume, which is not particularly noticeable, and there is moderate worming to the blank margins (only) of 57 leaves towards the end of the volume. In general, this copy is handsome and sound. While these volumes would be of considerable interest as a representation of the state of agriculture in the south of France in 1820, the material at the heart of the third volume represents an important and early treatise on all aspects of the variety and cultivation of grapes, and winemaking. The text goes into significant detail -- how to build, support and work vineyards, the varieties of grapes and their suitability to the terrain and climate, diseases and problems ith grapes, wine bottles, corks, basements, cellars, tanks, vinegars, distillation and fortification, etc. Little is known about the author, J.-S. Lardier, but at least one reference relates that he was born in 1753 and that he was Provençal. Lardier's "Essai," while a classic work of French agriculture (and viticulture), is both rare and unusual in its form -- to the extent that various sources cannot agree, even, on just what constitutes a set. The Bibliothèque Nationale copy seems to have only the first two volumes [but as it does not specify pagination details, their catalogue description makes it impossible to say just what they have, or do not have]. Quérard, 4:557 (compiled just a decade after this publication appeared) cites only two volumes ("5 livraisons en 2 volumes"), and gets the dates a bit mixed up. Oddly, the title page to Vol. 2, has an imprint dated "1821;" vols. 1 and 3, title pages have the date: "1820." Some of the confusion seems to result from the evidence that this publication was issued in parts -- [called here "livraisons"]. Our copy has ten livraisons. The first leaf of each of the octavo gatherings, marked with a number at the foot of the page, also has the specification of the particular livraison number. At the end of our volume III, at the foot of the final paragraph of the text appears this note: "Fin de la dixième livraison." But it should be noted that we found only one record of an institution holding individual livraisons or issues of the parts of Lardier's "Essai" -- [Médiathèque Draguignan has 3 parts, broché] . Not many of the examples bound into volumes have survived, either. COPAC locates just a single example: [Senate House Libraries, University of London, apparently just volume I]. OCLC appears to have 8 different accession numbers, but this is highly misleading as 5 of the 8 describe only libraries reporting a modern microform facsimile reprint, which appears to have included volume I only: [Goldsmiths' Library, University of London./ Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 22806./ Electronic reproduction./ Farmington Hills, Mich. :/ Thomson Gale]. OCLC does locate five sets printed in the early 1820's on paper. (Northwestern University; Indiana University, Bloomington; Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris; Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon; and the aforementioned Bibliothèque Nationale set (2 vols. only). To confuse matters further, it appears that two sets recorded have four volumes -- [Northwestern University, and Bibliothèque Universitaire de Pharmacie. Both have the date "1821" on that fourth title page. Another set in four volumes appears to have been sold at auction in Paris at Alde, June, 2014]. Volume IV, missing in nearly all sets, including ours, was devoted [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gezicht op Antwerpen - ca. 1820.

      GEZICHT OP ANTWERPEN AAN DE VOORAVOND VAN DE INDUSTRI?LE REVOLUTIEAntwerpen gezien vanaf de Linkeroever ?Vue d?Anvers - Prise de la tete de Flandre?, lithografie uitgegeven te Parijs ca. 1820, in de tijd met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 35,4 x 54,6 cm.De Industri?le Revolutie in de 19de eeuw bracht Antwerpen een enorme uitbreiding van het handelsvervoer en de stad groeide uit tot een wereldhaven. Stoomkracht voerde de vaarsnelheid van schepen op en de nieuwe werelddelen zorgden nu voor de bevoorrading van grondstoffen en dienden tevens als afzetmarkt voor bewerkte goederen.De maritieme groothandel had zijn weerslag op de stad en het omliggende. Voor de ontwikkeling van de handel in de 16de eeuw moesten de oude poorten, bruggen en ruien uit de middeleeuwen verdwijnen. Zo werd ook in de 19de eeuw Antwerpen herschapen, maar op een veel grotere schaal. De stad trok werkkrachten van het land aan en de bevolking groeide. Rondom de stadskern werden allerlei straten en wijken gebouwd, zodat de stad snel uitbreidde. De oude fortengordel, de Spaanse vesten, moesten hiervoor afgebroken worden.De kunstenaar lijkt met de pastorale voorgrond, de koeien, het melkmeisje, de slapende boer, nog even de oude tijd te willen vasthouden. Op een afstand leggen de stoomschepen in de stad aan, terwijl het leven op de Linkeroever nog niet zo snel gaat. Nog even.Prijs: ?2.250,- (incl. lijst).

      [Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE]
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        Hand-Colored] A Picturesque Tour along the Rhine from Mentz to Cologne with illustrations of the scenes of remarkable events, and of popular traditions [Rheingegenden von Mainz bis Cölln]

      R. Ackermann 1820 [i.e. c. 1840], London - Translated from the German by John Black, from the Wiesbaden edition of 1819, Die Rheingegenden von Mainz bis Cölln. First English Edition, later issue, with all plates numbered, onJ. Whatman Turkey Mill paper watermarked 1839. (Catalog descriptions of this title often fail to mention watermarked dates on the paper; even when the title page correctly specifies first edition, dates of the plates can vary widely from copy to copy: the printing plates were not re-engraved, but later impressions were pulled.) Imperial 4to: xiv,[2],178pp, with 24 "highly finished" (Hardie) hand-colored plates (by R. Havell, T. Sutherland and others after M. Schuetz) and folding map hand-colored in outline, engraved by Bartlett. Very handsomely bound in three-quarter red morocco over marbled boards, spine richly gilt in six compartments (two of which lettered in gilt), all edges marbled, marbled end papers, linen slipcase. A splendid, wide-margined example, occasional offsetting from plates to facing text (original tissue guards browned but plates virtually pristine), else clean, fresh and bright, with beautifully colored aquatints. Abbey (Travel) 217. Tooley 234. Graesse III, 59. Hardie, pp. 107-08. Prideaux, p. 337. Originally issued in six monthly parts in wrappers. One of the most beautiful of all view books, with plates depicting, among other locales, Bornhofen, the Mice Tower, Pfalz Castle, the salmon-fishery at Lurley, and Godesberg and the Seven Hills. Hardie, typically contrary, comments, "Though finely produced, the volume fails to rise above the ordinary type of show-book for a drawing room. . . . the subjects are too German in character, too pretty, too lacking in breadth and atmosphere. The best, perhaps, is the view of Thurnberg, where the square turreted castle standing high above the Rhine lends its own dignity to the drawing." N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Life of Samuel Johnson, LL D

      1820. BOSWELL, James. The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. London: G. Walker, et al., 1820. Four volumes. Octavo, contemporary full straight-grain olive morocco gilt rebacked in brown morocco, marbled endpapers and edges. $1500.Later edition, with two facsimile documents in Volume I.“Everyone with an interest in Johnson is very much in debt to Boswell not only for the years of devotion he invested in the study of JohnsonÂ’s life, but for the uncanny skill with which he conveyed the quality of JohnsonÂ’s personality and his effect on the people about him. If there had been no Boswell, Johnson would have been one of the most famous names in English literature; but that he has become a household name, known to millions who will never read a line of his writing, is due to the chance that brought Boswell into his company” (Wain, 229). The first edition was published in 1791. Bookplate.Scattered light foxing, contemporary boards somewhat rubbed. An attractive set.

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        Robinson Crusoe

      London: T. Cadell and W. davies, Strand, 1820. Full leather. Very good. London: T. Cadell and W. davies, Strand, 1820. Full leather. Two volumes. Octavo. The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, embellished with engravings from design by Thomas Stothard. Bound Ramage binders in full navy blue morocco double gilt ruled lines to covers, spine gilt floral decorations, raised bands, gilt title, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers.

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        Ivanhoe; A Romance. By the author of "Waverley," &c.

      Printed for Archibald Constable and Co. Edinburgh; and Hurst, Robinson, and Co. 90, Cheapside, London., Edinburgh / London 1820 - Second Edition of "one of the most remarkable novels of the nineteenth century" (ODNB), with all press figures and two typographical errors (p. 89 of vol. II misnumbered 98; first press figure numeral on p. 132, vol. III, in wrong font and printed upside down) conforming to those specified by Todd & Bowden. Complete in three octavo volumes. [4],xxxiii,[1],306; [2],327,[1]; [2]371,[1]pp, including fly-titles but without half-titles and advertisements in vol. III. Beautifully bound in early black straight-grain morocco, covers elaborated framed in gilt and blind, flat spines richly gilt in six compartments (title and volume numbers stamped in gilt to second and fifth), all edges gilt, marbled end papers. A superb set, the handsome bindings tight and square; light, intermittent foxing (heavier to end papers), but generally clean and bright. Todd and Bowden 140Ad. Grolier English 100, 71. For nineteenth century readers, Ivanhoe was perhaps the most celebrated of Scott's novels (according to Leslie Stephen, it was "Scott's culminating success in a book-selling sense, and marked the highest point both of his literary and social prosperity."). Before Ivanhoe, Scott's plots were drawn from Scottish history, but Ivanhoe launched a major change, based on English history and set earlier than any novel Scott had yet written, at the time of the Crusades. First released 20 December 1819, but with 1820 on the title page, the first-issue printing of 6000 copies was increased to 10,000 for this second edition, issued sometime after 15 January 1820 (first edition, third issue) and before 2 March 1820, when Catharina Crawley (possibly Catharina Crawley Boevey, who married Samuel James Ballard on 21 November 1822, in Flaxley, Gloucestershire) singed and dated the title page of our vol. I. "Ivanhoe is essentially a moral work. It is an intense consideration of misogyny and racial oppression, in which the attempted rape of Rebecca the Jewess by the dominant figure of the Norman master race, Brian de Bois-Guilbert, is a powerful symbol of the themes of the novel. Ivanhoe may be set in a distant period, but it has a political modernity . . ." (ODNB) Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Modèles De Dessin Linéaire Appliques A L'Architecture Antique Et Moderne Ou Recueil D'Ornements, De Moulures, De Profiles

      Folio (464 x 310), Late nineteenth-century dark green gilt-ruled half morocco over cloth covered boards, rebacked preserving the original backstrip, t.e.g., marbled endpapers; half-title, title-page, 76 engraved plates; the upper corner of pl. 76 torn with small loss, not affecting the image, ex-libris the National Art Library V&A, with its ink stamp to the upper corner of the title-page and its de-accession ink stamp to the verso of the same, the small, neat ink stamp of the National Art Library to the verso of the plates, very light age toning to the margins of the plates, otherwise a clean copy.

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        Om Blåsrörets Användande i Kemien och Mineralogien.

      Stockholm, Henr. A. Nordström, 1820. (10), 302, (2)pp. Med 35 figurer på fyra utvikbara planscher. Samtida halvfranskt band. Synnerligen gott skick.

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        Swiss Scenery

      1820. First Edition . (SWITZERLAND) COCKBURN, James P. Swiss Scenery. London: Rodwell & Martin, 1820. Quarto, contemporary full blue pebbled morocco, elaborately gilt-decorated covers and spine, tan morocco inlays on covers, raised bands, watered silk endpapers, top edge gilt, uncut. $2200.First edition of this lovely survey of Swiss landscapes and scenery, with engraved title page, vignette, and 60 full-page engraved plates. Very handsomely bound in full morocco-gilt.As a young cadet, career military officer Major-General James P. Cockburn (1779-1847) was a pupil of Paul Sandby, who was many years professor of landscape-drawing at the Royal Military Academy. Cockburn “became a very accomplished artist. During periods of leaveÂ… he executed many drawings of continental scenery, which were engraved and published under the titles of Swiss Scenery (London, 1820), Views of the Valley of Aosta (London, 1822), et al.Â… These drawings supplied the continental ‘scenesÂ’ for illustrated editions, annuals, and similar works of various descriptions for long afterwardsÂ… Cockburn was in the habit of using the camera lucida to insure exactness of landscape detail” (DNB). Bookplate.Minor discoloration to front cover. A few spots of foxing to engraved title page and margins of several plates, images and text generally clean. A beautifully bound copy in extremely good condition.

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        The Eccentric Magazine [. . .]

      The Author [Alexander Laing] 1820 - Five separate books bound in one, each with its own title-page and pagination, as follows: The Eccentric Magazine, Aberdeen: 1820 (70 pages); The Eccentric Magazine, Aberdeen: 1821 (72 pages); The Lounger's Common Place Book, Aberdeen: 1822 (72 pages); Scarce Ancient Ballads, Many Never Before Published, Aberdeen: 1822 (36 pages); The Thistle of Scotland, Aberdeen: 1823 (108 pages). All five books scarce with none offered online anywhere and very few if any recorded at the main institutional libraries. Contemporary quarter calf and marbled boards, rubbed and worn but holding firm and showing well. Contents sound, just evenly age toned throughout. Size: 180mm x 110mm. Not from a library so no such stamps or labels. Tidy item in presentable condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Prior Books Ltd]
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        Gesamtansicht, Ehrenbreitstein üb. d. Rhein, Vignette auf einer Handwerkskundschaft.

      - Kupferstich ( anonym ), um 1820, 27 x 36 Stopp, Die Handwerkskundschaften m. Ortsansichten, Bd.2, Nr. 110. Unausgefüllter Handwerkskundschaft. In der oberen Hälfte Gesamtansicht von Ehrenbreitstein, darunter gest. Text: " Wir Geschworene Vor und Andero Meister . in der Chur Trierischen Residentz Thal Ehrenbreitstein bekennen . Anno 17 . ". Das Ganze eingefaßt in gest. Bordüre. Abzug Anfang des 19. Jahrh. leider flau im Druck. - Trotzdem ein sehr zu beachtendes und seltenes Blatt, da nur noch 8 weitere Exemplare bekannt sind.

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        Vedute Dresden, original Aquatintaradierung - Gottlob Hammer, vor 1820.

      Prachtvolle gro?e Vedute von Dresden gesehen vom K?nigsuferGestochen von Christian Gottlob Hammer. Ansicht der Elbe mit Lastkr?nen und Blick zur Silhouette der Dresdner Altstadt mit der Br?hlschen Terrasse im Zustand vor Anlegen des Terrassenufers in 1820 mit der Frauen-, Kreuz- und Hofkirche sowie dem Turm des Residenzschlosses. Verlegt von Rittners Kunsthandlung Dresden.Hammer (1779 - 1864) z?hlt zu den bedeutesten Dresdner Veduten-Stechern. Bekannt wurde er vor allem durch seine Ansichten aus Sachsen, Nordb?hmen und Schlesien. Mit zu seinen besten Arbeiten z?hlen die Dresdner Ansichten f?r den Verleger Rittner. Ein gro?er Bewunderer seines Schaffens war Goethe, der ihn 1810 in seinem Atelier besuchte.Altkolorierte Umrissradierung, neu angerandet. Abb.: 44,5 x 64 cm.Price: ?1.500,-.

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        Darstellung der fünf Welttheile durch Zufammenfetzung in eine Kugel aehnliche Gestalt, zur leichteren Vorstellung und Gebrauch beim geographischen Unterricht in Schulen über die Beschaffenheit & Eintheilung der Erde.

      Stuttgart: Friedrich G. Schutz, circa 1820. Handcoloured paper globe comprising six gores measuring 170 x 65 mm., wonderfully preserved with the original cord ties within the publisher's folding card case with printed onlays; accompanied by a folding suite of 15 handcoloured lithographic plates measuring 97 x 130 mm. depicting the peoples of the Earth, and a loose engraved card sheet detailing the orbit and poles of the earth. A splendid early nineteenth-century German handcoloured paper globe, here offered complete with the original publisher's ensemble containing a folding suite of 15 plates depicting native peoples of the earth and other educational aids. Two of the plates depict Australian Aboriginal subjects. The globe and its accompaniments are a fine example of late enlightenment publishing for the benefit of children. The publisher Schutz states his plan for a novel educational aid 'to facilitate the introduction and use of geographic education in schools about the nature and classification of the earth'. By presenting the countries of the world as a readily assembled globe to be handled by children, abstract geographical concepts could be grasped with relative ease.The paper globe is significant for the information that accompanies it, especially the suite of 15 folding plates illustrating the peoples of the world. Geographers and ethnologists of the early nineteenth-century were fascinated by the relationship between race, climate and environment. In this wonderful package Schutz presents the regions of the earth as a paper globe alongside skilfully lithographed depictions of its peoples. In this way geographical space is linked to costumes and appearances in a manner comprehensible for children. Two of the plates depict Australian Aborigines, one from Van Diemen's Land and the other from New Holland (specifically, Western Australia), who is curiously illustrated with a bow and arrow. The Pacific Islands are represented by a Tahitian warrior in a tapa wrap brandishing an axe.In addition to the paper globe and folding plates, the folding case contains a loose handcoloured engraved card sheet with several diagrams explaining the orbit and poles of the earth. The card is printed on both sides and includes delicate engravings of the sun's obit and the relationship between the tilt of the earth and her seasons. The card is attached to a printed letterpress sheet elucidating the diagrams in further detail.This example is a rarity, here offered complete in the original publisher's folding case with four detailed letterpress onlays. A folding flap protecting the ethnological portraits features a further fine lithographic plate titled "Künstlicher erd Globus" (reproduction earth globe). This lithograph is a humorous composite, featuring amongst other figures an Ottoman maiden reclining on a divan facing an African beauty flanked by a lion and a crocodile. Paper children's globes are rare by their very nature, and this example preserved in its complete, original condition is an unusual survival. In fine condition.

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        MEMOIRS OF GEORGE EDWARDS, Alias Wards, the Acknowledged Spy, and Principal Instigator in the Cato-Street Plot, From his early Life to the present Time.

      J. Tallis, London 1820 - 168 pages of text. Three quarter maroon leather binding (circa 1920) with rubbing to the extremities and minor fading to the spine and top edge. Illustrated with a double frontis, both of which are lightly foxed.The title page has a scuff which affects one word of the title. The title continues ".In which the various machinations of this desperate Character to entrap the unwary and inoffensive, are impartially detailed, and made public through the praiseworthy exertions of Alderman Wood, M.P. in his humane endeavours to bring this Miscreant to justice. To which is added, An Account of the Lives and Trials of the Five deluded Men, who were Beheaded on Monday, May1, 1." The newer endpapers have minor discoloration from old tape adhesive. The text is clean and unmarked. First edition. Size: Octavo (8vo) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Van geneeskunst naar geneeskunde - antieke kopergravure.

      VAN GENEESKUNST NAAR GENEESKUNDESkelet met spierstelsel, anonieme kopergravure vervaardigd rond 1820, later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. (papiergrootte) 180 x 67 cm.Deze levensgrote anatomische prent werd gebruikt in het onderwijs in een tijdperk waarin geneeskunst veranderde in geneeskunde. Het in kaart brengen van de anatomie van de mens werd in die tijd voltooid en verder gesystematiseerd. Hier zien we het menselijk skelet van de rugzijde, met links details van het spierstelsel en rechts van bottenstructuur, daarboven en onder halswervelkolom en voet.Tot laat in de 19e eeuw was kennis van genezen nog beperkt en de kundigheid van de arts hing af van intelligentie, inventiviteit en een portie lef. Onder de beoefening van de geneeskunst trof je alles wat onder de zon leefde. Mensen die oprecht, zorgvuldig en kritisch de kunst van het genezen beoefenden, mensen die met buitenissige ideeën experimenteerden en verrassende resultaten boekten, maar ook mensen die geloofden in hun eigen methoden en middelen, maar twijfelachtige resultaten bereikten: kwakzalvers.In Nederland krijgt geneeskunst pas in 1865 onder Thorbecke, een wetenschappelijke status en worden opleidingen geïnstitutionaliseerd. Lessen in de anatomie vinden dan al niet meer plaats in anatomische theaters, maar in klaslokalen en aan de hand van medische verzamelingen.Prijs: ?2.950,- (incl. lijst, incl. 21% BTW).

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        Gezicht op Antwerpen - ca. 1820.

      GEZICHT OP ANTWERPEN AAN DE VOORAVOND VAN DE INDUSTRIËLE REVOLUTIEAntwerpen gezien vanaf de Linkeroever ?Vue d?Anvers - Prise de la tete de Flandre?, lithografie uitgegeven te Parijs ca. 1820, in de tijd met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 35,4 x 54,6 cm.De Industriële Revolutie in de 19de eeuw bracht Antwerpen een enorme uitbreiding van het handelsvervoer en de stad groeide uit tot een wereldhaven. Stoomkracht voerde de vaarsnelheid van schepen op en de nieuwe werelddelen zorgden nu voor de bevoorrading van grondstoffen en dienden tevens als afzetmarkt voor bewerkte goederen.De maritieme groothandel had zijn weerslag op de stad en het omliggende. Voor de ontwikkeling van de handel in de 16de eeuw moesten de oude poorten, bruggen en ruien uit de middeleeuwen verdwijnen. Zo werd ook in de 19de eeuw Antwerpen herschapen, maar op een veel grotere schaal. De stad trok werkkrachten van het land aan en de bevolking groeide. Rondom de stadskern werden allerlei straten en wijken gebouwd, zodat de stad snel uitbreidde. De oude fortengordel, de Spaanse vesten, moesten hiervoor afgebroken worden.De kunstenaar lijkt met de pastorale voorgrond, de koeien, het melkmeisje, de slapende boer, nog even de oude tijd te willen vasthouden. Op een afstand leggen de stoomschepen in de stad aan, terwijl het leven op de Linkeroever nog niet zo snel gaat. Nog even.Prijs: ?2.250,- (incl. lijst).

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        Le conservateur de la vue suivi du manuel de l'ingŽnieur - opticien... Revue corrigŽe et presque totalement refondue...

      Paris, Chez l'Auteur, Madame Huzard, 1820, 8vo (cm. 14 x 21) brossura originale con cornice xilografica alle copertine, piccoli strappetti al dorso, antiporta incisa in rame, pp. XVI-514 + errata, 12 tavole incise in rame e ripiegate fuori testo. Chevallier, ingegnere ottico del Principe di CondŽ, divenne famoso per l'invenzione e il perfezionamento di una grande quantitˆ di strumenti. Becker Collection n. 78 (Prima ed.); Hirschberg Para 470; Wellcome II - 338.

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        Liberotti Impronte

      , 1820. 1820. (ART) LIBEROTTI, Giovanni. Liberotti Impronte, Opera Scelte. [Rome: Incisore di Camei Roma], circa 1820. Three double-sided clamshell boxes opening as books, containing 96 miniature plaster medallions in relief. Octavo, contemporary three-quarter vellum, elaborately gilt-decorated spines, red morocco spine labels, marbled sides and speckled edges. $2600.Beautiful collection of 96 miniature plaster medallions in three volumes by master carver Giovanni Liberotti, depicting famous works of art, both ancient and modern, in the collections of the Vatican, the Capitoline Museum, the Farnese Gallery, Palazzo Barberini, Villa Borghese, and other private collections in Rome, Florence, Naples, Milan, Paris, Dresden and Copenhagen. Mounted and captioned in three contemporary boxes bound as books, they comprise

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        Magnalia Christi Americana: or, the Ecclesiastical History of New-England from Its First Planting in the Year 1620, Unto the Year of Our Lord, 1689

      Hartford: Silas Andrus, 1820. First U.S. edition. later full brown calf, burgundy gilt lettered spine labels. Some rubbing and scuffing of covers, browning and some foxing throughout, top of title page excised, albeit a nice copy. Quarto. Two volumes, complete. 573 pp.; 595 pp The books were owned by Rev. Herman Landon Vail (1790-1870), each volume signed by him Cotton Mather, FRS (February 12, 1663 – February 13, 1728; A.B. 1678, Harvard College; A.M. 1681, honorary doctorate 1710, University of Glasgow) was a socially and politically influential New England Puritan minister, prolific author, and pamphleteer. Known for his vigorous support for the Salem witch trials, he also left a scientific legacy due to his hybridization experiments and his promotion of inoculation for disease prevention. He was subsequently denied the Presidency of Harvard College which his father, Increase, had held. Mather wrote more than 450 books and pamphlets, and his ubiquitous literary works made him one of the most influential religious leaders in America. Mather set the moral tone in the colonies, and sounded the call for second- and third-generation Puritans, whose parents had left England for the New England colonies of North America, to return to the theological roots of Puritanism. The most important of these, Magnalia Christi Americana (1702), comprises seven distinct books, many of which depict biographical and historical narratives. From his religious training, Mather viewed the importance of texts for elaborating meaning and for bridging different moments of history—linking, for instance, the Biblical stories of Noah and Abraham with the arrival of such eminent leaders as John Eliot, John Winthrop, and his own father, Increase. Highly influential, Mather was a force to be reckoned with in secular, as well as in spiritual, matters. After the fall of James II of England, in 1688, Mather was among the leaders of the successful revolt against James' governor of the consolidated Dominion of New England, Sir Edmund Andros. Mather was not known for writing in a neutral, unbiased perspective. Many, if not all, of his writings had bits and pieces of his own personal life in them or were written for personal reasons. In 1689, Mather published Memorable Providences, detailing the supposed afflictions of several children in the Goodwin family in Boston. Catholic washerwoman Goody Glover was convicted of witchcraft and executed in this case. Robert Calef, a contemporary critic of Mather, considered this book responsible for laying the groundwork for the Salem witch trials three years later: Mr Cotton Mather, was the most active and forward of any Minister in the Country in those matters, taking home one of the Children, and managing such Intreagues with that Child, and after printing such an account of the whole, in his Memorable Providences, as conduced much to the kindling of those Flames, that in Sir Williams time threatened the devouring of this Country. Nineteenth-century historian Charles Wentworth Upham shared the view that the afflicted in Salem were imitating the Goodwin children, but put the blame on both Cotton and his father, Increase Mather: They are answerable... more than almost any other men have been, for the opinions of their time. It was, indeed a superstitious age; but made much more so by their operations, influence, and writings, beginning with Increase Mather's movement, at the assembly of Ministers, in 1681, and ending with Cotton Mather's dealings with the Goodwin children, and the account thereof which he printed and circulated far and wide. For this reason, then in the first place, I hold those two men responsible for what is called 'Salem Witchcraft.' -wikipedia[Sabin 46393. Howes M391 "Most famous 18th century American book."].

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        Constitutional Law

      1820. (CONSTITUTION). Constitutional Law: Comprizing the Declaration of Independence; the Articles of Confederation; the Constitution of the United States; And the Constitutions of the Several States Composing the Union. Washington City: Gales and Seaton, 1820. Tall 12mo, original half tan and blue-gray paper-covered boards, uncut and partially unopened; pp. (iv), 1-409, (1). Housed in a custom folding chemise and half morocco slipcase. $4500.First expanded edition of this major compilation of AmericaÂ’s constitutions, featuring printings of the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, the federal Constitution, and the constitutions of 23 states—including the 1780 Massachusetts Constitution, the “oldest functioning constitution in the world”—the first collection with the most recent constitutions of Alabama (1819) and Maine (1820), scarce in original paper-covered boards, housed in a custom chemise, slipcase.“Independence destroyed the old legal foundation of the states, and made it necessary to provide a new oneÂ… As early as May 1775, colonies began to apply to Congress for advice to guide them” (Hinsdale, American Government, 64). On May 10, 1776 a resolution was proposed for the “Formation of Local Governments”—one whose preamble by John Adams was seen as directly “manufacturing independence” (Smith, 256). The importance of both the federal Constitution and state constitutions is strikingly evident in Constitutional Law, the first series devoted to fully documenting AmericaÂ’s ongoing constitutional revolution. Herein are printings of the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, the federal Constitution, and constitutions of 23 states—documents that “rested on a new foundation, adjusted to a new political system” (Hinsdale, 66). Significantly these state constitutions, where the initial article after the preamble is often a declaration of rights, are “‘a mine of instruction for the natural history of democratic communitiesÂ… The differences between state constitutions and the federal ConstitutionÂ… raise intriguing questions that go to the heart of American constitutionalism” (Tarr, Understanding State Constitutions, 4, 11). This volume contains the pre-revolutionary Charter of Rhode Island, the 1776 constitutions of Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina and Virginia, the Constitution of New York (1777) and the 1780 Constitution of Massachusetts, which was authored by John Adams and remains “one of the great enduring documents of the American RevolutionÂ… the oldest functioning written constitution in the world” (McCullough, 225). Also within are the 1790 constitutions of Pennsylvania and South Carolina, those of Delaware, Kentucky and New Hampshire in 1792, of Vermont in 1793 and Tennessee in 1796, of Georgia (1798), Ohio (1802), Louisiana (1812), Indiana (1816), Mississippi (1817), Illinois (1818), Connecticut (1818), Alabama (1819) and Maine (1820). Preceded by the 1819 edition with 21 state constitutions, this first expanded edition is the first to contain the “new 1819 Alabama constitution, and the new 1820 Maine constitution” (Matyas). Also featuring an appendix containing federal and state amendments enacted from 1808-16. Published by the “strong journalistic team” of Gales and Seaton, noted publishers of the National Intelligencer, “a leading American newspaper,” and of a major record of congressional proceedings (Mott, 178). Sabin 16133. Shoemaker 856. Matyas 19-02b. Cohen 3014. See Shaw & Shoemaker 47716. OCLC lists 29 copies; including the Library of Congress, American Antiquarian Society, British Library, Yale and Cambridge. Bookplates.Interior with light scattered foxing, slight soiling to boards, chips to spine ends. An extremely good copy of this important constitutional volume, most scarce in original boards.

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        Principles of Political Economy considered with a view to their practical application.

      London: John Murray, 1820 - Octavo (212 × 125 mm). Bound in contemporary full sprinkled calf, spine in elaborately gilt-tooled compartments with a new black morocco label, speckled edges. Contemporary bookseller's ticket and ownership inscription, with occasional neat pencil annotations to the text. Spine and corners rubbed, joints repaired, a few light scratches to covers, some light spotting throughout. A very good copy in a contemporary binding. First edition. The book was conceived as a series of tracts rather than a comprehensive and systematic treatise, though Malthus published it to establish his own position against that of Ricardo, with whom he had been having an ongoing debate about the nature of labour, demand and profit. "In his 'Principles of Political Economy', Malthus was proposing investment in public work and private luxury as a means of increasing effective demand, and hence as a palliative to economic distress. The nation, he thought, must balance the power to produce and the will to consume" (DSB). "The Principles had only a limited impact at the time, and was severely criticized by J. R. McCulloch and Ricardo; the latter prepared extensive critical notes. But more recently it has received greater recognition, largely as a result of the comments by J. M. Keynes in the 1930s. Keynes argued that Malthus's theory of effective demand provided a scientific explanation of unemployment, and that the hundred-year domination of Ricardo over Malthus had been a disaster for the progress of economics. Keynes believed that if economics had followed Malthus instead of being constrained by Ricardo in an artificial groove, the world would be a much wiser and richer place" (ODNB). From the library of Abel E. Berland, with his bookplate. Goldsmiths' 22767; Kress C.577. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        DIE TEMPEL Erstűrmung. Neues Gesellschaftsspiel.

      Hand-coloured engraved sheet dissected into 18 pieces and mounted on linen.; 6 hand-coloured engraved cards; folding sheet of rules in German and in French; all contained in the original box with printed label. Box splitting at sides; small tear in rule sheet; else a very good copy of a rare table game.

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        Topographisk-Statistisk Beskrivelse over Kongeriget Norge af -. I - VI. Deel. 1-3 Det Østenfjeldske Norge. 4: Det Vestenfjeldske Norge. 5: Det Nordenfjeldske Norge. [Bare Romsdal]. 6: Søndre Trh. + Sjette Deel: N. Trh. - Nordland - Finmark.

      Christiania , trykt hos Chr. Grøndahl 1820 - 1835. (4), 689 s. - (2), 900 s. - (4), 571 s. - (7), 962 s., og (5), 298 s. - (4),s. 299 - 790, (7), 624 s. Fraktur. Foldede tabeller. Samt. skinnryggbd. med fargete etiketter på rygg. Bd. 2 og 4 har en rift i falsen øverst på ryggen, men holder meget godt sammen. Et par av ryggetikettene litt avslitte. Flere navnetr. i alle bd. Bindene er faste og pene, materien har enkelte brune pl. og et par fagmessige rep., ellers et pent sett. Siste bind (Søndre Trh + Sjette Deel) i et enkelt sjirttryggbd. m. papiretikett. Siste bd. m. sign ded. fra J. Kraft. (1784-1853).Dette verket regnes som Krafts hovedverk. Tidlig på 1800-tallet var statistikk beskrivelse av en stat og dens ressurser, både naturgitte og menneskeskapte, ikke så mye rent tallmateriale. Kraft samlet inn og ordnet faktaopplysningene etter vide fullmakter og presenterte dem i [mange] ord og i [få] tabeller.

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        Le mérite des femmes et autres poèmes

      New edition. Bound in full red morocco with long grain, back with five nerves set with gold cross decorated with golden patterns and typographical cold, gilded head Length friezes, gold wheels on the caps, frames two nets and two wreaths, a golden, another Cold boards, slight traces of black friction on the first flat, golden ripple on the cuts, frame with golden lace on the guards, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, all edges gilt, Binding romantiqus of the time. Work of an engraved and five hors-texte engravings title. Few bites. Nice copy superbly set in a perfect romantic contemporary binding. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Louis Janet Paris s.d. ( circa 1820) 10,5x18cm relié

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        \"Der lange See mit dem feststehenden Schiff\". Ansicht aus dem Schlossgarten mit einem lang gezogenen Bassin, links ein Schiff mit Pavillon, im Vordergrund Angler und ein Jäger.

       Altkol. Aquatinta von F. Hegi nach Heideloff, um 1820, 24,5 x 32 cm. Nicht bei Schefold. - Mit schmalem Rändchen um die Einfassungslinie, minimal wellig. Schönes Altkolorit. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg

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        \"Ansicht der Stadt Freiburg vom Lorettoberge\". Gesamtansicht, links Randbaum, daneben führt ein Reiter gesatteltes Pferd.

       Aquatinta in Braun von Nilson nach Follenweider, um 1820, 17,5 x 22 cm. Schefold 23229. - Das schöne breitrandige Blatt in sehr guter Erhaltung, in braun gedruckt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg

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        \"Die Meinau am Constanzer=See\". Ansicht von Süden, im Vordergrund ruhender Hirte mit seiner Kuhherde.

       Altkol. Umrißradierung von Frommel bei Artaria, Mannheim, um 1820, 29 x 43 cm. Nicht bei Schefold und v. Gleichenstein \"Der Bodensee in alten Ansichten\". - Rare, dekorative Vedute, in zarten Farben koloriert. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg

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        \"Ansichten von Württemberg - Hall\". Gesamtansicht von Nordwesten, rechts Limpurg und Einkorn.

       Lithographie von Ekeman-Allesson nach Bodenhöfer (d.i. Bonhöfer) bei G. Ebner, Stuttgart, um 1820, 33 x 53,5 cm. Schefold 7277; nicht bei Winkler. - Im unteren Rand minimale, sorgfältig restaurierte Einrisse. Tadelloses Exemplar dieser raren Ansicht. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg

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        Picturesque Tour Along the Rhine

      , 1820. 1820. First Edition . (ACKERMANN, Rudolph) GERNING, Baron Johann Isaac von. A Picturesque Tour Along the Rhine, from Mentz to Cologne. London: R. Ackermann, 1820. Folio (11-1/2 by 13-1/2 inches), 20th-century full tan polished calf, raised bands, red morocco spine label. $11,000.First edition, first issue, of one of Ackermann

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        The Life and Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha...materially corrected from Jarvis's translation

      London: Hurst, Robinson and Co, Cheapside, 1820. A New Edition. With 20 engravings from Designs by Richard Westall, R.A. 4 vols. Small 8vo. Contemporary full mottled calf gilt, red and black morocco spine labels, raised bands, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. About fine. Westall, Richard. A New Edition. With 20 engravings from Designs by Richard Westall, R.A. 4 vols. Small 8vo. Don Quixote, Handsomely Bound and Illustrated. Lovely 1820 Don Quixote, illustrated with 24 full-page engraved plates after noted artist and illustrator Richard Westall. Attractive calf boards slightly crazed, spines fine and richly gilt. A lovely set, handsomly bound and illustrated.

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        An enquiry into the cause of the present distress of the people.

      8vo., vii + (1) + 324 + (4)pp., including the final Advertisement and errata leaves, contemporary half calf over marbled boards, spine simply gilt with a label. A very good copy from the early 19th century library of Bernard Edward Howard, 12th Duke of Norfolk (1765-1842), with his bookplate on pastedown.Publisher: London: printed for the author, and sold by J. Ridgway.Year: 1820Edition: First edition with this title (see further notes below).

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        The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent.

      A rare copy from the earliest stock of the first book edition. Blind stamped diamond design on leather boards, marbled edges and matching endpapers, re-backed in period style. Contemporary bookplate on front pastedown of Volume I, both half-titles with ink signature dated 1820. Internally quite clean with some scattered foxing. Very good. **** OCLC lists just one copy in the British Library***An important title and American classic that introduced iconic stories like Rip Van Winkle and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. The first four American installments were collected into a single volume and self-published by Irving in London, under John Miller's Burlington Arcade imprint, on February 16, 1820. Miller's April bankruptcy left those copies collecting dust. John Murray took over production, making these Miller title page copies extremely scarce. In July of 1820, Murray published the second volume with the final three American installments.

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        Liberotti Impronte

      1820. (ART) LIBEROTTI, Giovanni. Liberotti Impronte, Opera Scelte. [Rome: Incisore di Camei Roma], circa 1820. Three double-sided clamshell boxes opening as books, containing 96 miniature plaster medallions in relief. Octavo, contemporary three-quarter vellum, elaborately gilt-decorated spines, red morocco spine labels, marbled sides and speckled edges. $2600.Beautiful collection of 96 miniature plaster medallions in three volumes by master carver Giovanni Liberotti, depicting famous works of art, both ancient and modern, in the collections of the Vatican, the Capitoline Museum, the Farnese Gallery, Palazzo Barberini, Villa Borghese, and other private collections in Rome, Florence, Naples, Milan, Paris, Dresden and Copenhagen. Mounted and captioned in three contemporary boxes bound as books, they comprise “a minutely detailed cabinet of neoclassical knowledge and art.”When the opportunity to take the “Grand Tour” spread from the aristocracy to the new industrial and professional elites, tourist destinations such as Rome shifted their attention from the privileged class to meeting the travel needs of the monied middle-class, including a healthy souvenir trade. Souvenir engravings of tourist attractions began to appear everywhere. In addition to albums of engraved views, “the Grand Tour offered another very popular type of travel souvenir, the now nearly forgotten cameosÂ… The taste for these engraved antique gems was revived as part of the classical revival and later reproduced as miniature plaster castsÂ… Mounted in faux book bindings, these plaster cameos [provided] a minutely detailed cabinet of neoclassical knowledge and art” (Princeton University). This wonderful “cabinet” of 96 souvenir plaster medallions depicts famous works of art, from classical sculpture and portrait busts, to Renaissance paintings, to the works of neoclassicists Canova, Thorvaldsen and Gibson. Representative masterpieces include da VinciÂ’s “Last Supper,” BerniniÂ’s “Apollo and Daphne,” and TitianÂ’s “Flora.” Giovanni Liberotti promoted himself as a “Carver of Cameos and Purveyor of Gems Ancient and Modern.” The Italian word “impronte” on the spines of the boxes (meaning “stamp” or “impression”), refers specifically to plaster casts, as opposed to enamel relief medallions or actual shell cameos. They measure from 3/4 to 2-1/2 inches across. Mounted to the front and rear pastedowns are numbered keys in contemporary Italian manuscript, identifying each of the works. A rare and unusual set in nearly fine condition, with only a few tiny dust spots to medallions and minor rubbing to boxes.

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        Poésies

      Baudouin frères, et à la Librairie de l'Industrie, 1820. In - 16 (147 x 94 mm), demi - veau havane, dos lisse orné (reliure d'époque). Première édition séparée des Poésies. (quelques petits défauts et frottements, coins émoussés, rousseurs). / / 16o (147 x 94 mm), havana half calf, smooth spine tooled (contemporary binding). First separated edition of the poetry. (some little defects and rubbings, corners bumped, brownings).

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        Rural Employments; or, a Peep into village concerns Designed to instruct the minds of children. Illustrated by numerous copper-plates.

      William Darton: London 1820 - Covers very rubbed, front cover totally detached. Back hinge cracked and back flyleaf torn. Signature on inner cover. Coloured copperplates throughout, pages somewhat yellowed but clean and legible [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ALS. To Mr. Alfred Robert Freebairn (1794-1846) about an engraving or painting to be produced with dimensions of 3 x 3-1/4 inches and cost of £10.10

      Kensington, 1820. 1 page. Bifolium. 12mo. Very good , old folds. 1 page. Bifolium. 12mo. Reading in part:"You will be pleased to make the subject itself only 3 inches in height; or 3 inches 1/4 at most. The breadth with the necessarily proportionate.For the sum of £10.10, I trust you will execute it in a brilliant and spirited manner..."

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        The Life and Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha...materially corrected from Jarvis's translation

      London: Hurst, Robinson and Co, Cheapside, 1820. A New Edition. With 20 engravings from Designs by Richard Westall, R.A. 4 vols. Small 8vo. Contemporary full mottled calf gilt, red and black morocco spine labels, raised bands, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. About fine. Westall, Richard. A New Edition. With 20 engravings from Designs by Richard Westall, R.A. 4 vols. Small 8vo. Don Quixote, Handsomely Bound and Illustrated. Lovely 1820 Don Quixote, illustrated with 24 full-page engraved plates after noted artist and illustrator Richard Westall. Attractive calf boards slightly crazed, spines fine and richly gilt. A lovely set, handsomly bound and illustrated.

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