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        Flauat Spiritus tuus et submersi - sunt quasi plum - bum in aquisuehementibus

      Artist: Anonymus ; date: 1820 - - technic: Lithography; colorit: original colored; condition: Margins extended; size (in cm): 50 x 46 - description: Decorative and spledouful view of the battle of Belgrad at the river Donau. The Seventh Ottoman?Venetian War was fought between the Republic of Venice and the Ottoman Empire between 1714 and 1718. It was the last conflict between the two powers, and ended with an Ottoman victory and the loss of Venice's major possession in the Greek peninsula, the Peloponnese (Morea). Venice was saved from a greater defeat by the intervention of Austria in 1716. The Austrian victories led to the signing of the Treaty of Passarowitz in 1718, which ended the war.

      [Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG]
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        THARANDT., "Badehaus, Ruinen und Kirche Tharants". Gesamtansicht mit zahlreichen Biedermeierfiguren im Vordergrund.

      Altkol. Umrißradierung bei Beyer, Dresden, um 1820, 15 x 23,5 cm. Sehr feine, farbfrische Ansicht, die nur in den breiten weißen Rändern z.T. leicht fleckig ist. Sachsen und Sachsen-Anhalt

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        Sigmaringen. Gesamtansicht. Schifferkahn auf der Donau und Personen im Vordergrund.

      ohne Ort, ca 1820 - getönte Aquatinta, 20,5 x 28 cm, im alten Rahmen, bis zum Rand beschnitten seltenes Blatt, hübsches Blatt, +++Antiquariat seit über 25 Jahren+++

      [Bookseller: Der ANTIQUAR in LAHR, Werner Engelmann]
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        A Narrative of the Mission of the United Brethren among the Delaware and Mohegan Indians, From its Commencement in the year 1740 to the Close of the Year 1808

      xii+[17]+429 page with engraved frontispiece portrait, errata leaf. Octavo (8 3/8" x 5 3/8") Bound in contemporary leather with gilt lettering to spine. (Field 678; Howes H392; Sabin 31205) First edition. John Heckewelder was born in Bedford, England and came to Pennsylvania in 1754. After finishing his education, he was apprenticed to a cooper. Following a visit to Ohio with Christian F. Post, a colonial agent, in 1762 he began temporary employment in the Moravian missions at Friedenshütten and Sheshequin, Pennsylvania. In 1771, he entered upon his actual career as an evangelist to the Indians, being appointed assistant to David Zeisberger, in Ohio, where he remained for fifteen years. In 1792, at the request of the Secretary of War, he accompanied Gen. Rufus Putnam to Post Vincennes to treat with the Indians. In 1793 he was again commissioned to assist at a treaty with the Indians of the lakes. In his book, Heckewelder explained the beliefs of the Delaware (Lenape), that the creator "made the Earth and all that it contains for the common good of mankind; when he stocked the country that he gave them with plenty of game, it was not for the benefit of a few, but of all; everything was given in common to the sons of men. Whatever liveth on the land, whatsoever groweth out of the Earth, and all that is in the rivers and waters was given jointly to all and everyone is entitled to his share. From this principle hospitality flows as from its source."[1] Between 1797 and 1800 he remained mainly in Ohio, and was for a time in the civil service, being a postmaster, a justice of the peace, and an associate justice of the court of common pleas. He settled at Gnadenhütten, Ohio, in 1801, and devoted himself to the duties of his agency. In 1810 he resigned and engaged in literary pursuits in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, until his death. Heckewelder studied the languages, manners, and customs of American Indians, particularly the Delawares. While a member of the American Philosophical Society, at Philadelphia, several of his contributions were published in their transactions. He also published Account of the History, Manners, and Customs of the Indian Nations who once inhabited Pennsylvania and the Neighboring States (Philadelphia, 1818; German translation, Göttingen, 1821; French translation, Paris. 1822); Narrative of the Mission of the United Brethren among the Delawares and Mohegan Indians (Philadelphia, 1820); and a collection of Names which the Lenni Lenape or Delaware Indians gave to Rivers, Streams, and Localities within the States of Pennsylvania. New Jersey, Maryland, and Virginia, with their Signification (1822). Many of his manuscripts are in the collections of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.Condition:Ink name of Wm D Morgan to top of title page; inscription regards his ownership at top of p [17] (slightly shaved); old ink note regarding Morgan, and the book, laid in. Covers rubbed, front joint professionally repaired; some foxing and darkening to contents, bookplate, else very good.

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        Souimanga de Kuhl, mâle & femelle & Souimanga à ventre écarlate, mâle (= plate 376/388 from Temminck's Nouveau recueil de planches coloriées d'oiseaux .)]. [France], 1825. Watercolour of 3 birds on unwatermarked wove paper (ca. 48 x 35 cm), all standing on a branch, the upper branch signed: "JG Prêtre 1825". With the birds numbered in pencil, the plate number and bird names in pencil in the lower left corner, and the upper bird encircled and with added correct plate number.

      - For the published work see: Anker 502; Balis, Van diverse pluimage 75; Nissen, IVB 932; Zimmer, pp. 626-628. Original watercolour of a male and female White-flanked Sunbird (Aethopyga eximia) and a male Splendid Sunbird (Cinnyris coccinigastrus) by the prolific zoological artist Jean Gabriel Prêtre, produced for Temminck's Nouveau recueil de planches coloriées d'oiseaux. (Paris, 1820-1839). On the final published plate 376, the Splendid Sunbird was changed with a Purple-throated Sunbird and the Splendid Sunbird appeared on plate 388. Sunbirds make up a family of very small passerine birds. The White-flanked Sunbird is found in Indonesia and the Splendid Sunbird in West and central Africa. Temminck's lavishly illustrated Nouveau recueil de planches coloriées d'oiseaux. issued in 102 parts between 1820-1839, was published as a kind of continuation to Buffon's Histoire naturelle des oiseaux (1770-1786). In total it contains ca. 600 engraved plates with about 800 figures of birds by Nicolas Huet and Prêtre, and it's considered "the most monumental work of the post-Napoleonic period" (Balis).Paper slightly browned, a few minor spots and some working notes in pencil. A beautiful watercolour of three sunbirds.

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         Le tableau de la vie année 1820

      Ã  Paris, s.n. [Marcilly], 1820, minuscule (format 21 x 15 mm), de 60pp. de texte gravé, ill. de 8 fines gravures à pl. page, pl. maroquin rouge éditeur, dos orné, plats ornés d'un fleuron central et d'un encadrement doré, tr. dorées. Bel état. Recueil minuscule de chansons, très illustré, suivi d'un calendrier pour l'année 1820. Une des productions de Marcilly à Paris, texte entièrement gravé.

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        Gesamtansicht

      - altkol. Kupferstich b. Ebner in Stgt., um 1820, 7 x 13 Schefold. Nr- 10546. - Seltenes Blatt.

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        The Village Minstrel, and Other Poems Volumes 1 & 2 [and] Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery

      London: Printed for Taylor and Hessey, Fleet Street; and E. Drury, Stamford. [through 1821], 1820. Half-Calf. Near Fine+. Three volumes in one: First Edition of Village Minstrel (vols. 1 & 2); Second Edition of Poems. 12mo: xxviii,216; [8],211,[1]; viii,xxiv,220pp, with copper-engraved frontispiece portrait of John Clare by E. Scriven. Early half calf and marbled boards, flat spine in six compartments divided by double rules, black leather lettering piece gilt, marbled end paper, book plate of collector George Downing Hartley on front paste down. Light wear to extremities, previous owners' names on front fly leaf (dated 1948) and title page (1821); very occasional light spotting, else an excellent example, tight, clean and bright. Lowndes 466 (Regarding Poems: "An interesting little volume."). Hayward, p. 236. Clare was the son of a farm laborer who came to be known for his celebratory representations of the English countryside and his lamentation of its disruption. His poetry underwent a major reevaluation in the late 20th century, and he is often now considered among the most important 19th-century poets. His "first volume of poetry, Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery (1820), was the most popular of the four volumes Clare published during his lifetime, going through four editions by 1821 and selling more than 3,500 copies by 1829 . . . [The collection] contains some seventy poems, organised under three headings: poems, songs and ballads, and sonnets. As the title suggests, the poems generally describe rural life but they do so from the perspective of the rural labourer; as such, they may be seen as part of a genre of anti-pastoral verse in Britain that attempted to provide a more faithful depiction of rural life than was found in 'traditional' pastorals. . . . The two-volume collection The Village Minstrel, and Other Poems (1821) was the Northamptonshire Peasant Poet's second publication. The collection is divided into two sections: 'Poems', which makes up the first volume and part of the second, comprises seventy-one poems of various forms, opening with the long, semi-autobiographical 'The Village Minstrel'; the second section, which ends the second volume, is made up of sixty sonnets. Like their predecessors, the poems in The Village Minstrel are broadly 'descriptive of rural life and scenery'. Clare presents vignettes of rural work and leisure, describing the daily life of the village ('Rural Morning' and 'Rural Evening'), its pastimes ('Rustic Fishing'), and important weekly and annual events in the village?s calendar ('Sunday' and 'May Day'). These are supplemented by close observations of plants, animals and the effects of seasonal change on the landscape in poems like 'A Copse in Winter', 'Description of a Thunder-Storm', 'To an early Cowslip', and 'The Ants'?a poetic detailing of the natural world which had already come to be seen as Clare?s particular strength." (Literary Encyclopedia) 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.

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        Handbuch für Jäger, Jagdberechtigte und Jagdliebhaber.

      Leipzig, Brockhaus -22 1820 - Zweite vermehrte und ganz umgearbeitete Auflage. 3 Bände. 20,5 x 12,5 cm. CCCCLXIV, 477; XVIII, 813; XIV, 874 SS. Mit zwei gefalteten Kupferstichen, vier gefalt. Tabellen und 2 Bll. Noten. Zeitgenössische Halblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückenschildern. Gelenke teilweise sauber restauriert, etwas berieben. Teilweise leicht gebräunt. Vorsätze alt gestempelt. Lindner 11.279.02. Band 3 enthält ab S. 426 die Anhänge "Vom Schießgewehr" und "Teutsch-französisches Wörterbuch der Jägersprache, welches besonders die bei der Hirschjagd gebräuchlichsten Ausdrücke enthält" sowie "Zusätze und Verbesserungen" und das "Register über alle drei Theile". Gutes Exemplar des jagdlichen Klassikers.

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        Sir Ralph Willoughby. An historical tale of the sixteenth century, in which are inserted the dedicatory sonnets of Edmund Spenser, with sketches of character.

      I. Magheri 1820 - FIRST EDITION, occasional light foxing, pp. 298. [1], 8vo, contemporary ?English half burgundy calf, spine gilt in compartments, red lettering piece, red edges, a little worn, good, signature at head of title of Anna Jemima ?Ripley, dated 1843. The other book printed for Brydges in Florence in 1820, Alviae Regiae was in an edition of 60 copies for private use (see the Preface to his Letters from the Continent, Lee Priory, 1821: this limitation seems to apply only to Alviae Regiae only, but in any event the run of the present work was probably not much larger). 'Sir Ralph Willoughby is essentially a tour de force to introduce into a Gothic tale the personages honoured by the Dedicatory Sonnets to the Faerie Queene' (Mary Katherine Woodworth, The Literary Career of Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges (1935) 50.) ((Woodworth 80)

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        \"[Blumenstrauß-Ziehkarte]: \"\"Die schönste Blum` zerknikt die Zeit - Doch diese währt in Ewigkeit - [Ziehstreifen:] Die Freundschaft ists, Die uns in diesem Leben den Himel [sic] gibt, Zufrieden sind wir doppelt dan in unserm Streben, wen Liebe uns beglückt\"\".\"

      Wien, G. Gruber, ohne Nummerierung (um 1820). \"Streifenzugkarte. 7,5 x 9,2 cm; Ausziehstreifen: 2,2 x 5,7 cm. Handkolorierte Radierung. Papierbedingt etw. gebräunt, etwas fingerfleckig, verso m. Einriss.\" Hübsche Biedermeier-Glückwunschkarte. Das Hauptbild zeigt einen Blumenstrauß. Nach Herausziehen des Zugstreifens zeigt sich in einem kleinen Oval ein sich umarmendes Liebespaar und als Symbol für Freundschaft, reicht der Mann einem anderen die Hand. Versand D: 15,00 EUR Kunst, Graphik, Kunsthandwerk, Glückwunsch, Karte, Freundschaft, Liebe

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        Koran

      Arabia: Unknown, Circa .1820. Full leather. One volume. Small octavo. Koran double paged illuminated title, gold ink borders and highlights, hand coloured floral medallions in borders with six hundred and twenty-four pages of Nashki script. Twelve leaves detriorated borders. Original tooled binding with decorative gilt motif, Very good.

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        Ivanhoé, ou le retour du croisé

      ChezNicolle 1820 - - ChezNicolle, A Paris 1820, In-12 (11x18,7cm), (4) iij, 246pp. ; (4) 264pp. et (4) 239pp. ; (4) 263pp., 4 tomes en 2 volumes reliés. - Edition originale française, rare, traduite par Defaucompret, cité comme : "Le traducteur des Contes de mon hôte". La toute première édition anglaise date de 1819. Préface du traducteur. Reliures en cartonnage d'époque brique à la Bradel relié directement sur brochure et non rogné. Dos lisse orné de filets. Pièce de titre de chagrin brun. Dos légèrement éclaircis. Frottements. Piqûres éparses. Premier grand roman historique de Scott se déroulant au Moyen âge mettant en scène Richard Coeur de Lion et Jean sans terre et faisant parti de la série des Waverley Novels. Ivanhoé eut une influence certaine sur la génération romantique, non seulement dans la littérature, mais dans l'expression artistique en général (musique, peinture). L'oeuvre précède de 11 années le roman de Hugo se déroulant également au Moyen âge, Notre-Dame de Paris. La plus célèbre adaptation cinématographique demeure celle de 1952 avec Robert Taylor et Elisabeth Taylor. NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] French Edition, rare, resulted Defaucompret cited as: "The translator of the Tales of my host." Binders in contemporary cardboard brick at Bradel connected directly brochure and uncut. Back smooth decorated with nets. As shagreen brown piece. Back slightly thinned. Friction. Sunny bites. (4) iij, 246pp. ; (4) 264pp. et (4) 239pp. ; (4) 263pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Swiss Scenery from Drawings by Major Cockburn.

      London: Rodwell & Martin 1820 - First edition. Quarto. pp vii, 200. Engraved title page, and engraved plates as listed, a slight touch of foxing but very clean overall. BOUND IN CONTEMPORARY FULL RED STRAIGHT GRAINED MOROCCO, with gilt spine, all edges gilt and an intricate lattice gilt panel on front and back boards. A remarkably decorative binding that is in itself very attractive. Perhaps there is a hint of freemasonry in the diamonds and curved motifs chosen; perhaps also of a medieval pained glass window. Either way, an elegant and attractive design. Very slight rubbing to head and foot. Armorial bookplate of John Lees. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        COLLECTION GENERALE DES LOIS DECRETS ARRETES SENATUS CONSULTES AVIS DU CONSEIL D'ETAT ET REGLEMENS D'ADMINISTRATION PUBLIES DEPUIS 1789 JUSQU'AU 1ER AVRIL 1814 - EN 32 VOLUMES - VOIR LA NOTICE .

      CHEZ RONDONNEAU ET DECLE 1820 - R300109700: CXII + 528 + paginé de 529 à 944 + LX + 416 + paginé de 417 à 776 + CX + 400 + paginé de 401 à 868 + CCLX + 432 + paginé de 433 à 1104 + CII + 320 + paginé de 321 à 784 + CXI + 394 + paginé de 395 à 910 + LXXIV + 422 + paginé de 423 à 841 + LII + 374 + paginé de 375 à 954 + LXXXIII + 386 + paginé de 387 à 862 + CXII + 439 + paginé de 440 à 874 + XCVI + 360 + paginé de 361 à 852 + LXXIX + 363 + paginé de 364 à 850 + XLIV + 552 + LII + 536 + XLIV + 436 + LXIV + 525 + 574 + 547 + 548 + 504 pages - titre,tomaison,titre de la tomaison et ornements dorés sur le dos - quelques épidermures sur les plats - quelques coiffes abîmées - quelques pièces de titre absente - 8 photos disponibles. 1ER VOLUME : tome 1 première partie assemblée constituante mai 1789 février 1791 - 2E VOLUME : tome 1 deuxième partie assemblée constituante octobre 1790 février 1791 - 3E VOLUME : tome 2 assemblee constituante mars 19 septembre 1791 - 4E VOLUME : tome 2 deuxième partie assemblée constituante juillet 19 septembre 1791 - 5E VOLUME : tome 3 assemblée constituante 20-30 septembre 1791 assemblée législative 1er octobre 1791 20 septembre 1792 - 6E VOLUME : tome 3 deuxième partie assemblée législative mai septembre 1792 - 7E VOLUME : tome 4 convention nationale 21 septembre 1792 6 juin 1794 jusqu'a la fin 1re série du bulletin des lois - 8E VOLUME : tome 4 deuxième partie convention nationale juillet 1793 - 9 juin 1794 - 9E VOLUME : tome 5 convention nationale fév.1794-oct.1795 - 10E VOLUME : tome 5 deuxième partie convention nationale 20 avril 1795 26 oct. 1795 - 11E VOLUME : tome 6 gouvernement directorial 28 oct.1794 17 juin 1798 - 12E VOLUME : tome 6 deuxième partie gouvernement directorial 22 mars 1797 17 juin 1798 - 13E VOLUME : tome 7 gouvernement directorial 19 juin 1798 9 nov.1799 gouvernement consulaire 10 nov.1799 18 juin 1800 - 14E VOLUME : tome 7 deuxième partie gouvernement directorial 19 juillet 1799 9 nov 1799 gouvernement consulaire 10 nov 1799 18 juin 1800 - 15E VOLU [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Der Achenfall in Wildbaad Gastein". (Dabei: "Fall des Leiterbaches an der Pasterze"). Bad Gastein (und Leiterbach), um 1820.

      1820. Aquarell und Tusche auf Papier. Ca. 485 x 410 mm (Gasteiner Fall) bzw. 475 x 385 mm (Leiterfall), im Blattrand vom Maler bezeichnet. Unter Glas gerahmt. Schöne Ansicht des berühmten Gasteiner Wasserfalls um 1820, ausgeführt von einem unbekannten Künstler, der seinen Namen undeutlich mit "Johann Hiß[...]" ("Ziß[...]"?) signiert. Ebenfalls aus dem Gebiet der Hohen Tauern stammt dessen zweite, gleichartig gerahmte Arbeit, eine Ansicht der Leiterbachfalls unterhalb der Pasterze mit figürlicher Staffage. - Stellenweise etwas berieben, insgesamt jedoch wohlerhalten. Hübsche, seltene Dilettantenarbeit; Dokumente der Wasserfallromantik des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts.

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        Eperimenta cira effectum Conflictus elecrici in Acum magneticam (pp.275-281). + Neuere electro-magnetische Versuche von Oerstedt in Kopenhagen (pp.364-369, 1 Tafel.).

      - Schweigger's Journal, 29. - Nürnberg, in der Schrag'schen Buchhandlung, 1820, 8°, 520, (4), 2 Taf., Pappband der Zeit. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ivanhoé, ou le retour du croisé

      French Edition, rare, resulted Defaucompret cited as: "The translator of the Tales of my host."Binders in contemporary cardboard brick at Bradel connected directly brochure and uncut. Back smooth decorated with nets. As shagreen brown piece. Back slightly thinned. Friction. Sunny bites. ChezNicolle A Paris 1820 In-12 (11x18,7cm) (4) iij, 246pp. ; (4) 264pp. et (4) 239pp. ; (4) 263pp. 4 tomes en 2 volumes reliés

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        De la folie. Considérations sur cette maladie

      X, 511, (1bl.)pp. A Paris, chez Crevot, 1820, in-8, X, 511, (1bl.)pp, cartonnage bordeaux à la bradel, pièce de titre verte, PREMIÈRE ÉDITION, très rare de l'ouvrage principal de Georget. Exemplaire entièrement interfolié et très abondamment annoté de commentaires savants et judicieux, dont la paternité revient sans doute l'auteur lui-même ; Georget semble avoir pris ces notes en vue de préparer une réédition de son traité, qui ne verra pas le jour, probablement à cause de son décès prématuré à l'âge de 33 ans. Les commentaires complètent les définitions données, rapportent des cas observés, renvoient à des publications qui ont été consultées ultérieurement, etc... Etienne-Jean Georget (1795-1828) acquit sa réputation grâce à ce travail, publié la même année que sa thèse (Dissertation sur les causes de la folie), dont il reprend le sujet en le développant considérablement. L'auteur n'était âgé que de 25 ans au moment de cette publication. Élève de Pinel et d'Esquirol à la Salpêtrière, Georget a cherché à fixer le "siège" de la folie en remontant à la source des désordres produits, comme on le fait pour les autres maladies. Il divise la folie en cinq genres : la manie, la monomanie, la stupidité, la démence et l'idiotie. Coiffes, coins et charnières frottés. Lacune sur le feuillet de faux-titre. Semelaigne I, p. 188 et suiv.

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        [Titre en grec] Hypothèses et Époques des planètes de C. Ptolémée, et Hypotyposes de Proclus Diadochus, traduites pour la première fois du grec en français, sur les manuscrits de la bibliothèque du roi

      3 parties en un volume Paris, Merlin, 1820, , 3 parties en un volume, [6]-32-224-VIII-[3] pages, [2] ff. pour le titre pour les 2nde et 3e parties, 1 portrait, 2 pl. depl. gravées sur cuivre, 2 tableaux depl. ht, demi-basane maroquinée verte de l'époque, dos lisse orné de fers romantiques, tranches citron mouchetées, Plusieurs figures gravées dans le texte, dont une vignette au titre figurant le Qasr, deux vues du Mujelibè, des tablettes cunéiformes, un plan des ruines de Babylone, etc... Rare édition originale de la première traduction française de ces traités astronomiques de Ptolémée et de Proclus, donnée par le traducteur français de l'Almageste Nicolas Halma (1755-1828). Ce dernier signe deux dissertations figurant parmi les pièces liminaires : Dissertation III sur les Macédoniens et Dissertation IV sur le calendrier judaïque. La seconde partie de l'ouvrage contient les traités grecs, sur deux colonnes, le texte grec en regard de la traduction française ; et la troisième partie comprend les Mémoires traduits de l'allemand de Ludwig Ideler, sur les connaissances astronomiques des Chaldéens, sur le cycle de Méton et sur l'ère persique. Ouvrage dédicacé au duc de Bordeaux (Henri d'Artois, 1820-1883) ; en regard de la dédicace figure le portrait en médaillon de son père, le duc de Berry, assassiné peu de temps avant sa naissance, avec le vers tiré d'Horace "multis ille bonis flebilis occidit" apposé, à l'origine, sur les médailles frappées en 1793 en Angleterre en hommage à Louis XVI ("Il est tombé pleuré de beaucoup de gens de bien"). Selon Quérard, cet ouvrage, tout comme les diverses traductions de Ptolémée par Halma, aurait été tiré à 300 exemplaires, dont 200 auraient été pris par le gouvernement. De la bibliothèque Charles-René de Contamine, avec son ex-libris armorié au contreplat. Légères rousseurs éparses ; néanmoins, bel exemplaire. Quérard VII, p. 369

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        SEESHAUPT/Starnberger See., "Seeshaupt am Starenbergersee". Blick vom Ufer auf die Kirche mit Zwiebelturm und einige Häuser, im Vordergrund Ruderboot und hübsche biedermeierliche Personenstaffage.

      Altkol. Aquatinta, um 1820, 20,5 x 26,5 cm. Nicht bei Lentner und Schober, "Bilder aus dem Fünf-Seen-Land". - Alt auf getuschte Einfassungslinie geschnitten. Himmel etwas berieben und gering fleckig. Sehr selten! BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        Fort St. Philippe, au col de Balaguer en Catalogne.

      Artist: ; issued in: ; date: 1820 - - technic: Steel engraving; colorit: colored; condition: Very good; size in cm : 41 x 49 - description: Map shows the harbour of St. Philippe bei Mahon in Menorca ,a map and 3 views from different point of views,2 views from Cote Tortose and Tarragone

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        Ã„thiopische Bibel

      [Äthiopien ca. 1820-30].. Manuskript. 8°. (14, 3 x 9, 8 cm.). 140 Bll. Mit 8 Textornamenten u. 6 ganzseit. farb. Illustr. Durchgeh. beidseit. beschrieb. bzw. illustriert. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. m. farb. Stoffbezug u. Tragevorrichtung. 25-zeilige Handschrift in schwarzer, roter u. violetter Tusche auf Ziegenpergament. Stellenw. kl. Annotationen u. Illustr. v. fremder Hand m. Bleistift. 4 Bll. m. kreisrunden Löchern. Durchgeh. Braunrand im Fußsteg. - Die 6 ganzseit. Illuminierungen zeigen den Heiligen Georg als Drachentöter, versch. Darstellungen aus dem Leben und Leiden Jesu, eine Kreuzigungsszene, Jeus geht auf dem Wasser u. a.

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        The Village Minstrel, and Other Poems. Volumes 1 & 2. [and] Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery

      Printed for Taylor and Hessey, Fleet Street; and E. Drury, Stamford. [through 1821], London 1820 - Three volumes in one: First Edition of Village Minstrel (vols. 1 & 2); Second Edition of Poems. 12mo: xxviii,216; [8],211,[1]; viii,xxiv,220pp, with copper-engraved frontispiece portrait of John Clare by E. Scriven. Early half calf and marbled boards, flat spine in six compartments divided by double rules, black leather lettering piece gilt, marbled end paper, book plate of collector George Downing Hartley on front paste down. Light wear to extremities, previous owners' names on front fly leaf (dated 1948) and title page (1821); very occasional light spotting, else an excellent example, tight, clean and bright. Lowndes 466 (Regarding Poems: "An interesting little volume."). Hayward, p. 236. Clare was the son of a farm laborer who came to be known for his celebratory representations of the English countryside and his lamentation of its disruption. His poetry underwent a major reevaluation in the late 20th century, and he is often now considered among the most important 19th-century poets. His "first volume of poetry, Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery (1820), was the most popular of the four volumes Clare published during his lifetime, going through four editions by 1821 and selling more than 3,500 copies by 1829 . . . [The collection] contains some seventy poems, organised under three headings: poems, songs and ballads, and sonnets. As the title suggests, the poems generally describe rural life but they do so from the perspective of the rural labourer; as such, they may be seen as part of a genre of anti-pastoral verse in Britain that attempted to provide a more faithful depiction of rural life than was found in 'traditional' pastorals. . . . The two-volume collection The Village Minstrel, and Other Poems (1821) was the Northamptonshire Peasant Poet's second publication. The collection is divided into two sections: 'Poems', which makes up the first volume and part of the second, comprises seventy-one poems of various forms, opening with the long, semi-autobiographical 'The Village Minstrel'; the second section, which ends the second volume, is made up of sixty sonnets. Like their predecessors, the poems in The Village Minstrel are broadly 'descriptive of rural life and scenery'. Clare presents vignettes of rural work and leisure, describing the daily life of the village ('Rural Morning' and 'Rural Evening'), its pastimes ('Rustic Fishing'), and important weekly and annual events in the village’s calendar ('Sunday' and 'May Day'). These are supplemented by close observations of plants, animals and the effects of seasonal change on the landscape in poems like 'A Copse in Winter', 'Description of a Thunder-Storm', 'To an early Cowslip', and 'The Ants'—a poetic detailing of the natural world which had already come to be seen as Clare’s particular strength." (Literary Encyclopedia) 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; Hard Cover]

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        A VIEW OF THE POLICY OF PERMITTING SLAVES IN THE STATES WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI: BEING A LETTER TO A MEMBER OF CONGRESS

      Baltimore: Printed by Joseph Robinson, 1820. 47pp. Gathered signatures, string-tied, as issued. Uniform, light tanning. Vertical crease. Very good. Untrimmed. A scarce pamphlet arguing that the federal government has no right to interfere in the extension or prohibition of slavery into newly-admitted states of the Union. Rather, Learned maintains that the issue should be decided by the states themselves. Learned's tract, written at the height of the controversy over the admission of Missouri into the Union, which culminated in the Missouri Compromise, is in response to Daniel Raymond's THE MISSOURI QUESTION, published in 1819. Learned allows that slavery is a "moral evil," but argues that "the condition of the slave is better in a free Government, for his protection by the laws is more sure." He goes on to contend that spreading slavery into the new states is beneficial to the slaves, lessening the evil of slavery in the old states, and improving their condition in the new states. A scarce argument for states' rights, this is the first copy we have ever owned. HOWES L166a. SABIN 39538. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 1919. WORK, p.331. DUMOND, p.73.

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        Die erloschenen Vulkane in der Eifel und am Niederrheine. Ein Bericht an die Gesellschaft nützlicher Forschungen zu Trier. Und: Neue Beiträge zur Geschichte der rheinischen Vulkane Ein Bericht an die Gesellschaft nützlicher Forschungen zu Trier für 1820. Der erloschenen Vulkane in der Eifel und am Niederrheine zweiter Theil.

      Mainz, Kupferberg, -21 1820 - 2 Bände (in einem). 21 x 12,5 cm. [2] Bl., 180 S.; [2] Bl., 116 S. Mit insgesamt vier gefalteten Lithographien. Neues Halbleinen mit Lederrückenschild. Text stockfleckig. Mit einer alten handschriftlichen Nr. auf dem Titelblatt. Eine Tafel leicht angeschnitten. Poggendorff II, 998f. Frühe Arbeit des Trierer Geologen und Historikers Johann Steininger (1794-1874), der am Trierer Gymnasium Naturwissenschaften lehrte und unter anderem auch Lehrer von Karl Marx war. In zahlreichen Wanderungen und Studienreisen untersuchte er die Geologie und Mineralogie des mittelrheinischen Raumes, besonders des Trier-Luxemburger Gebietes und den Vulkanismus der Eifel. Seine Forschungen und Publikationen waren in der Frühzeit dieser Wissenschaftsbereiche grundlegend und wegweisend (Guido Groß in: Trierer Biographisches Lexikon, hg. v. Heinz Monz, Trier, WVT 2000, S. 450). Sehr selten, zuletzt 2003 auf einer deutschen Auktion.

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        Vue de la Ville de Londres.

      Se trouve chez l'Editeur, Rue Hauteville No. 28 et chez Rauland, Md. D'Estampes, Place des Victoires. [c.1820]., Paris, - Greenwich Park Engraving with aquatint, printed in colours, with hand-colour. A view of the capital from Greenwich Park. Greenwich is one of the oldest parks in London, enclosed for royal use in 1433. It was the site of the Royal Naval College and the Queen's House, built for Anne of Denmark. Although a popular place to escape from the hustle of the city, the area was still relatively rural at the time the print was made, as shown by the countryman resting with his sheep and cows in the foreground. However, a few decades after this print was made a railway line was built into Greenwich, bringing a corresponding rise in population. Image: 515 by 740mm (20.25 by 29.25 inches). Sheet: 585 by 805mm (23 by 31.75 inches).

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        Lehrbuch der Taktik. 4 Bände.

      XIV, 170 XVI, 212 S., 1 1 Bl., XIV, 138 S., 1 Bl. VIII, 202 S., 3 Bl. Mit 14 gefalteten Kupfertafeln. 8 (20,5 x 13 cm). Halbleder der Zeit mit geflammten Deckelbezügen, Rückentitel, Rückenblindprägung und -vergoldung. Erste Ausgabe des einflußreichen Lehrbuchs, komplett in vier Bänden. - I. Waffen-Lehre. 1820 II. Truppen-Lehre der Infanterie, Cavallerie und Artillerie. 1820 III. Terrain-Lehre. 1822 IV. Taktische Verbindungs-Lehre. 1823. - Xylander (1794-1854), zu der Zeit noch Oberleutnant, war seit 1818 Lehrer am Kadettenkorps in München, stieg später bis zum Generalmajor auf, saß in der Frankfurter Nationalversammlung und wurde bayerischer Bevollmächtigter bei der Bundesmilitärkommission in Frankfurt. Sein Lehrbuch wurde noch in den 1850/60er Jahren in dritter bzw. vierter Auflage veröffentlicht. - Teils leicht stockfleckig, alle Bände mit Schreibpapier durchschossen, die "Truppen-Lehre" mit einigen sauberen zeitgenössischen Eintragungen auf den Durchschußblättern. Die hübschen Einbände gering berieben und mit vereinzelten kleinen Wurmspuren an den Deckeln, am unteren Rücken jeweils mit kleinem Papieretikett. - Schönes Exemplar aus der Bibliothek der Wittelsbacher. *Pohler III, 641.

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        The great harbour from upper Baracca.

      Artist: ; issued in: ; date: 1820 - - technic: Lithography; colorit: original colored; condition: Perfect condition; size in cm : 19,5 x 26 - description: Decorative view of the Upper Barrakka Gardens in Valetta, the most beautiful viewpoint of Malta.

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        MAINZ-KOSTHEIM: Gesamtansicht mit der Mainmündung und Blick nach Hochheim

      - um 1820, Kupferstich, dekorativ koloriert, selten, 34x44 cm -*- ALTE ORIGINAL-GRAPHIK UND STÄDTEANSICHTEN DEUTSCHLAND

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        Teilansicht, Festung Königstein, ("Vue occidentale de la forteresse de Königstein en Saxe").

      - altkol. Umrißkupferstich ( n. u. v. C. G. Hammer b. Rittner in Dresden), um 1820, 46 x 63,5 Thieme - Becker, Bd. XV, 563. - Chr. Gottl. Hammer ( 1776 - 1864 ), Landschaftszeichner und Kupferstecher, war Schüler und später Prof. an der Dresdener Akademie und schuf zahlr. Vorlagen für Veduten aus der Umgebung von Dresden. - Blick aus den Bergen zur Festung, links eine Raststätte, i. Vgr. Spaziergänger. - Das Blatt ist allseitig bis zur Bildkante beschnitten ( ohne Bildverlust ).

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        Album with 60 mounted autographs by European rulers, noblemen and military men.

      Prob. assembled in Great Yarmouth, 1820s; contents date from c. 1525-1775. - 12 unnumbered ff. (1 blank), 60 numbered ff., 64 blank ff. With 56 armorial drawings in watercolors (1 in India ink) and 40 decorative grisaille cartouches washed in India ink. Late 18th c. calf with gilt spine, gilt-tooled border on boards and star-shaped center panel on both boards. Leading edges gilt. Oblong 12mo. Remarkable collection of autographs from the library of the English botanist and antiquary Dawson Turner (1775-1858) with his autogr. ownership entry on first leaf (dated 1825). Dawson, who had published on botany and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1802, turned his interests to antiquities in the 1820s. He and his children were taught to draw by their good friend, the renowned Norfolk artist John Sell Cotman, who resided in Yarmouth from 1812 to 1823. - The signatures, mostly clipped from letters and other documents, are from historic French, German and Dutch personages, including William, Prince of Orange (1533-84); Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663-1736); Johann Tserclaes, Count of Tilly, commander of the Imperial forces in the Thirty Years' War (1559-1632); Cornelius Jansen, theologian and later cardinal, founder of Jansenism (1585-1638); Philip de Montmorency, Count of Hoorn (1524-68), and Lamoral Count of Egmont (1522-68, opponents to Spanish rule in the Netherlands, executed); Johann Casimir, Duke of Saxe-Coburg (1564-1633); August the Younger, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, founder of Wolfenbüttel's Herzog August Library (1579-1666); Johann Wilhelm von der Pfalz, Elector Palatine (1658-1716); André-Hercule de Fleury, Cardinal (1653-1743); Fredrick, landgrave of Hesse-Eschwege (1617-1655); Floris van Pallant, Count of Culemborg (1537-98); Froben Ferdinand zu Fürstenberg-Mößkirch (1664-1741), and many more. Most names are accompanied by a skilled armorial illustration in full colour painted on the opposite page; forty of the signatures are bordered by decorative washed cartouches with specially designed figurated, landscape and allegorical ornaments, sometimes rather ingeniously incorporating the signature's pen flourishes and very likely prepared by members of the art-loving and gifted Turner family, possibly with help from Cotman. - Occasional slight brownstaining; book block loosened. Corners bumped; defects to upper spine end and lower third of spine. A remarkable (and remarkably presented) ensemble of autographs, forming a striking early 19th-century showpiece. [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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        Map of the County of Wilts, from an Actual Survey made in the Years 1819 & 1820

      Christopher & John Greenwood, Dec. 12th 1820., London, - Greenwood's large-scale map of Wiltshire Engraved map in fine original full-wash colour, dissected and mounted on linen, in green morocco pull-off slipcase. The maps by Christopher and John Greenwood set new standards for large-scale surveys. Although they were unsuccessful in their stated aim to map all the counties of England and Wales it is probably no coincidence that of the ones they missed, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Oxfordshire, all except Cambridgeshire were mapped by Andrew Bryant in a similar style and at the same period. From a technical point of view the Greenwoods' productions exceeded the high standards set in the previous century though without the decoration and charming title-pieces that typified large scale maps of that period.The Greenwoods started in 1817 with Lancashire and Yorkshire and by 1831 they had covered 34 counties. Their maps were masterpieces of surveying and engraving techniques, and in view of the speed at which they were completed, their accuracy is remarkable. They mark the boundaries of the counties, hundreds and parishes, churches and chapels, castles and quarries, farmhaouses and gentlemen's seats, heaths and common land, woods, parliamentary representatives and distances between towns. To the lower left f the map is an engraved view of Salisbury Cathedral. 1470 by 1150mm (57.75 by 45.25 inches). Roger, E.M., The Large Scale County Maps of the British Isles 1596-1850. Oxford 1970.

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        Poems descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery.

      Taylor & Hessey; & E. Drury, Stamford. 1820 - FIRST EDITION. Six-line errata slip following contents leaf; sl. spotting & two small tears to near margin of titlepage. Expertly & sympathetically rebound in half tan calf, vellum-tipped corners, spine ruled in gilt, maroon leather label. v.g. Bound without half title and advertisements. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ö Cs. Kir. Apostoli Felsége Magyar országi körutjának terve Heves Megyén keresztül T. Füredtöl Egrig, 's Egerböl Jyöngyös felé Jász Berényig.':.

      - aquarellierte Tuschefederzeichnung auf "Dios Györi Közep Regal" Bütten, um 1820, 46 x 60,5 Manuskript! - Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Eger, Tiszafüred, Jászberény und Gyöngyös. - Falkarte in acht Segementen auf Leinen im Schuber der Zeit mit Wappensupralibros. - Das ungarische Büttenpapier aus Diosgyor (Komitat Borsod) "Dios Györi Közep Regal" wurde ab 1770 dort hergestellt. - Perfekter Zustand. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        'Centraal Depôt - K.G. Barüch - Rotterdam'.

      Trompe l'oeil executed in colours devoted to C. Bergé i.a showing a map of Africa, 4 drawings representing swans, a castle with fisherman on foreground, sailing ships near a fortification & sailing ships offshore, 3 playing cards, a check written out at Rotterdam for 'Jean Rollot & Cie.', dated 8 of March 1820 + a declaration by 'Reine Marguerite', dated '1820' and 'Rotterdam', addressed to C. Bergé; depicted to a green background. Formerly folded; from the collection of Hein Bergé (1916-2010). Title engraved on bottom of the wooden frame. Trompe-l'oeil; Bergé, C..

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        Eufemio di Messina. Tragedia.

      dalla tipografia di Vincenzo Ferrario, 1820. In-8°, pp. 67, bella legatura in piena pelle verde, ai piatti una prima cornice lineare, una seconda a motivi geometrici e fitomorfici, al centro stemma dei Savoia, brossura superiore editoriale conservata all'interno. In alto al verso dell'occhietto dedica a penna: "dono del S. Luigi Pellico (primogenito di Silvio) a Cesare Balbo". Edizione originale di illustre provenienza. Parenti, Bibl. Pellico; 7: "fu presentata alla censura fin dal luglio 1819; nello stesso mese il manoscritto fu rimandato all'A. perché vi apportasse delle modifiche Finalmentre verso la metà di agosto (1820) poté ottenere la pubblicazione senza mutilazioni."

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        MEISSEN., "Ansicht von Meissen mit dem Schlosse, gegen Morgen". Gesamtansicht über die Elbe, am diesseitigen Ufer Fuhrwerk und Lastkähne.

      Altkol. Umrißradierung von J.C.A. Richter, um 1820, 15 x 22,5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXVIII, S. 294. - Johann Carl August Richter wurde 1785 in Dresden geboren wo er 1853 auch starb. Er war Schüler von Adrian Zingg. Seine Spezialität als Landschaftsmaler und Radierer waren kolorierte Umrißradierungen. - Lebendige, sehr fein kolorierte Gesamtansicht mit breitem Rand. Sachsen und Sachsen-Anhalt

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        MEISSEN. "Ansicht von Meissen mit dem Schlosse, gegen Morgen". Gesamtansicht über die Elbe, am diesseitigen Ufer Fuhrwerk und Lastkähne.

      - Altkol. Umrißradierung von J.C.A.Richter, um 1820, 15 x 22,5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXVIII, S. 294. - Johann Carl August Richter wurde 1785 in Dresden geboren wo er 1853 auch starb. Er war Schüler von Adrian Zingg. Seine Spezialität als Landschaftsmaler und Radierer waren kolorierte Umrißradierungen. - Lebendige, sehr fein kolorierte Gesamtansicht mit breitem Rand.

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        \"La Reichenau\". Blick aus der Gegend von Castel über den Bodensee zur Insel, im Vordergrund ländliche Staffage.

       Altgouachierte Aquatinta von J. Suter nach J.J. Wetzel bei Leuthold, Zürich, 1820, 19,5 x 27 cm. Schefold 32377. - Aus \"Voyage pittoresque au Lac du Constance\". - Mit breitem Rand in tadelloser, farbfrischer Erhaltung. Alt gerahmt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg

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        Istruzione provvisoria elementare per il corpo dei carabinieri reali

      Chirio e Mina, 1820. In 16, pp. VIII + 131 + (5) con 1 tav. f. t. inc. all'acquaf. piu' volte rip. (cm.  32 x 22). M. pl. coeva. Ottimo eemplare. Edizione originale molto rara. Nel 1820 venne redatta questa istruzione provvisoria divisa in due parti, la prima per i carabinieri che svolgevano il servizio a piedi e la seconda per il servizio a cavallo. Ne furono evidentemente fatte 2 versioni contemporanee: una relativa ai due servizi (a piedi e a cavallo) e una contenente solamente l'istruzione per il servizio a piedi. In effetti, nell'ordine del giorno premesso all'opera, datato 1 ottobre 1820, viene dato l'obbligo per ogni stazione di ricevere l'opera 'senza costo di spesa'. Gli uffiziali brigadieri, marescialli d'alloggio e brigadieri dell'arma a cavallo, erano tenuti a possederne una copia mentre i brigadieri dell'arma a piedi erano dispensati dal ricevere la parte seconda relitiva al servizio a cavallo. Lo stesso ordine del giorno recitava che: 'Il valore dell'intiero regolamento e' stabilito a prezzo di stampa a c. 84; quello per la sola fanteria a c. 42 che l'amministrazione fara' ritenere rispettivamente sulle paghe...'. Evidentemente questo esemplare rientra nella versione descritta per uso dei brigadieri dell'arma a piedi, contenente solo la prima parte. Raro documento testimone dei primi anni di vita dell'arma, in cui vengono descritte le manovre. la marcia, il riposo, il saluto, le manovre con le armi, ispezioni, evoluzioni del plotone oridini di battaglia, modalita' di scorta per i personaggi di casa reale, per i viaggiatori ecc.    ITA

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        LE DUC DE BERRY. OU VERTUS ET BELLES ACTIONS D'UN BOURBON

      Paris: de L'Imprimerie de Didiot le Jeune, 1820. Binding has very slight edge wear, contents with foxing concentrated around the plates. 4to. 72p, Illustrated with 13 full-page engraved plates after Fragonard, Colin, Chasselat, Pecheux, Martinet, Desenne, and Lordon . Bound by Joseph Thouvenin (not signed, but in his style and with his tools). Binding of full scarlet straight-grained morocco, sides and spine elaborately gilt, the spine in six uneven compartments heavily gilt including built-up pointelle areas, the upper cover with a series on ornamental frames in gilt and blind with a central window design in blind, the lower covers with elaborate gilt cornerpieces and ornamental ruled frames, the center section with a window and palmette cornerpieces inlaid in citron, red, green, black, dentelles, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Berry, Charles-Ferdinand de Bourbon, duc de, 1778-1820. "[Joseph] Thouvenin (1790-1834) was the outstanding binder of the French Restoration period. His fame was so universal that both Blazac and Stendhal mentioned him in their novels; it persists to the present day. Among his clientele he also counted English and Russian collectors. Although he did not invent the style 'a la cathedrale', as is often claimed on his behalf (the London binder Whitaker was its originator), he brought it to perfection, and became its principal practitioner in France." (Breslauer. Historic & Artistic Bookibindings from the Bibliotheca Bibliographia Breslaueriana. p. 66, entry 27). See also Miner. The History of Bookbinding 525 -1950 A.D., no. 584).

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        utg.) Musik journal för damer.

      Första årgången. Stockholm, Stentryck af C. Müller, (1820-21). 4:o. Litogr. titelblad,+ (blank),+ 3-64 litogr. s. Lätt lagerfläckig, första och sista bladet med bruntoning från omslaget. Nött samtida gult pappärmar med trasig brun papprygg. Äldre namnteckning på titelbladet. Ej i Fellinger. Allt som utkom. Ovanlig och tidig svensk musikperiodisk skrift. Carl Müller hade 1818 inlett ett samarbete med Franz Berwald om utgivandet av en svensk musiktidskrift, vilket resulterade i "Musikalisk journal", som utkom med sex nummer mellan 1818-19. Eftersom Berwald på våren 1819 reste till St. Petersburg tog utgivande en paus. Carl Müller tröttnade dock på att invänta Berwalds hemkomst utan tog istället kontakt med kammarmusikern Laur. Westerberg om en ny tidskrift. Berwald kom dock oförhappandes hem och Müller och Westerberg beslöt att skjuta på utgivandet för att istället låta Berwald fortsätta med sin tidskrift som nu fick namnet "Journal de Musique". Denna upphörde dock redan våren 1820 och istället startade Müller och Westerberg "Musik journal för damer", som utkom 1820-21, då även den upphörde. Marknaden för musiktidskrifter i Stockholm vid denna tidpunkt var nog inte så stor. "Musik journal för damer" innehåller ett blandat utbud för sång och klaver, bl.a. Romance och Choral ur Herman von Unna av Vogler, Finale ur Il flauto Magico och Recitativo & Aria ur Le Nozze di Figaro av Mozart.

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        Bad Ems. - Gesamtansicht. - "Vue de Bains d'Ems".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, koloriert, um 1820. 45,5 x 62,8 cm (Darstellung) / 51,5 x 65 cm (Blatt). Unterhalb der Darstellung mittig betitelt. - Idyllische Ansicht von Bad Ems aus einer leichten erhöhten Position. - Blatt etwas gebräunt, mit Lichtrand. Leicht fleckig. Unten rechts mit kleiner Fehlstelle. Im Blattrand oben mit kleinem Papierriss. Verso oben mit vormaligen Montageresten. Insgesamt in einem gutem Erhaltungszustand.

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