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        Neueste General- Post- und Strassen Karte der Oesterreichischen Monarchie mit politischer Eintheilung der einzelnen Provinzen derselben und Angabe der wichtigsten Bergwerke u. besuchtesten Mineralquellen nebst einer bildlichen Darstellung des Monarchie-Wappens, so wie sämmtlicher Provinzial-Wappen nach den neuesten Gränzbestimmungen und den besten Hülfsquellen entworfen von Max de Traux und Herrn Dr. Fried.

      Wien, Artaria & Compag. 1829. - Grenzkolorierte Kupferstichkarte gest. v. Jos. List. 75 x 110 cm. in 32 Segmenten auf Leinen gezogen. Ger. In ausgezeichnetem Zustand. vgl. Austria picta 42.3 u. Tafel 29 - Erste Ausgabe. Die Karte zeigt das gesamte Gebiet des Habsburgerreiches in seiner größten Ausdehnung. "Diese Werk erfreute sich großer Beliebtheit und wurde in verschiedenen Auflagen bis in die 1850er Jahre gedruckt. Das Blatt besticht durch sorgfältige Ausführung und dekorative Gestaltung. Eine attraktive Randbordüre, ein mit gotischen Spitzbogen verzierter Wappenfries sowie der erstklassige Stich tragen zum eleganten Aussehen bei. (Austria picta). Gewicht in Gramm: 3000 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
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        Das Königliche Landhaus auf der Pfaueninsel bei Potsdam. Le maison de campagne du Roi à l' ile des Paons prés de Potsdam".

      - Aquatinta v. Laurens & Thiele n. Calau b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12,9 x 17,6 Ernst, Calau, Nr. 176; Nicht bei Kiewitz. - Blick auf das, von Joh. Gottl. Brendel 1794 erbaute Schloß von Süden.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Schloß Bellevue, "Das Dampfschiff mit der Aussicht nach Bellevue. Le bateau à vapeurs, et la perspective de Bellevue".

      - in blau und schwarz gedrucktes Aquatinta v. ( Laurens et Dietrich n. Calau ) b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12,6 x 17,3 Kiewitz 296; Ernst, Calau, Nr. 162. - Blick über die Spree zum Schloß Bellevue. Im Vordergrund das erste in Deutschland fertig gestellte Dampfschiff, die "Prinzessin Charlotte".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Der Pariser Platz mit der Aussicht nach den Linden. - La place de Paris et vue de la promenade des tilleuls.

      - in blau und schwarz gedrucktes Aquatinta v. Laurens et Dietrich n. Calau b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12,5 x 17 Kiewitz 302, Ernst, Calau, Nr. 159. - Der Betrachter steht im Brandenburger Tor und blickt zur Straße "Unter den Linden". Rechts ein Teil der Wache am Brandenburger Tor, sowie der südl. Teil des Pariser Platzes mit der Akademie der Künste und Offizierskasino.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Schloß Bellevue, "Das Dampfschiff mit der Aussicht nach Bellevue. Le bateau à vapeurs, et la perspective de Bellevue".

      - Aquatinta v. Laurens et Dietrich n. Calau b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12,6 x 17,3 Kiewitz 296; Ernst, Calau, Nr. 162. - Blick über die Spree zum Schloß Bellevue. Im Vordergrund das erste in Deutschland fertig gestellte Dampfschiff, die "Prinzessin Charlotte".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Das Königliche Schloss in Charlottenburg. Le chateau Royal de Charlottenbourg.

      - Aquatinta v. Meyer et Dietrich n. Delkeskamp b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12,5 x 17 Ernst, Delkeskamp, Nr. 5; Nicht bei Kiewitz. Blick auf die Gartenseite des Schlosses.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Der Wilhelmplatz - La Place Guillaume.

      - in blau und schwarz gedrucktes Aquatinta v. Laurens et Thiele n. Calau b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12,4 x 17 Kiewitz 316, Ernst, Calau, Nr. 179 - Blick von der Wilhelmstraße aus, mit den Denkmälern von Keith, Seydlitz und Zieten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Der Opernplatz. La place l'Opera.

      - in blau und schwarz gedrucktes Aquatinta v. (Laurens et Dietrich n. Calau ) b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12,5 x 17,2 Kiewitz 301; Ernst, Calau, Nr. 161. - Blick von der Universitätsstraße zum Opernplatz m. d. Hedwigskirche im Hintergrund, links die Oper, rechts ein Teil der königl. Bibliothek. - Die Ansicht ohne Angabe von Stecher und Zeichner.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Otto Suhr Allee, "Die Berliner Straße in Charlottenburg - Rue de Berlin à Charlottenburg".

      - Aquatinta v. Laurens et Thiele n. Calau b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12,2 x 17,2 Kiewitz 314; Ernst, Calau 183. - Blick von der Höhe des heutigen Ernst Reuter Platzes durch die Otto Suhr Allee zum Charlottenburger Schloß.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Winter - Belustigung auf der Spree hinter den Zelten im Thiergarten bei Berlin. - Divertissment d'hyvor sur une partie de la Spree derriere les tentes.

      - in blau und schwarz gedrucktes Aquatinta v. Laurens u. Thiele n. Calau b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12,4 x 17,3 Ernst, Calau, Nr. 181; Kiewitz 318. - Blick auf die vereiste Spree in der Nähe der heutigen Moltkebrücke. Auf der Spree hunderte von Personen mit Schlitten, Schlittschuhen usw., rechts ein Kaffeehaus.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Das neue Wachtgebäude nebst dem Zeughause. Le grand Corps-de-Garde et l'Arsenal.

      - Aquatinta v. Laurens et Dietrich n. Calau b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12,5 x 17,2 Ernst, Calau, Nr. 165; Kiewitz 299. - Blick über die Straße "Unter den Linden" zur Neuen Wache. Rechts noch ein Teil des Zeughauses.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Storia Naturale di Buffon nuovamente ordinata e continuata per opera dl C. di Lacepede

      Tipografia Vignozzi - Fratelli Vignozzi e nipoti, 1829. ITALIANO 10,91 Importante opera in 102 volumi, brossure con coperte cartonate morbide come le pagine. Segni del tempo e di usura in particolare alle estremità, fioritura alle pagine, tagli non rifilati, alcune coperte con mancanze. Da segnalare le numerosissime tavole a tutta pagina o ripiegate all' interno dei volumi che ne caratterizzano l'interesse. Questi sono suddivisi in Terra 5 vol, Uomo 5 vol, Quadrupedi 12 vol, Uccelli 18 vol, Quadrupedi ovipari 2 vol, Serpenti 2 vol, Pesci 10 vol, Insetti 15 vol, Vermi 6 vol, minerali 6 vol, Botanica 21 vol. USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Opere del P Paolo Segneri

      FIRENZE: Per Leonardo Ciardetti, 1829-1833. brossura. DISCRETO. 15 23,5. 34 USATO

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        Storia Naturale di Buffon nuovamente ordinata e continuata per opera dl C. di Lacepede

      LIVORNO: Tipografia Vignozzi - Fratelli Vignozzi e nipoti, 1829-1841. brossura. DISCRETO. 10,5 16. 102 USATO

      [Bookseller: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBab]
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        Opere del P. Paolo Segneri

      Per Leonardo Ciardetti 1829-1833, FIRENZE - ITALIANO Opera in 34 volumi, brossure recanti titolo al solo dorso, cop. post. con dicitura prezzo e cop. ant. Con piccola figura a tema religioso. Tagli no rifilati, fioritura alel pagine. Al tomo 1 presente antiporta con ritratto del Segneri. Questa la suddivisione, 4 vol titolati Quaresimale, 1 vol Prediche al palazzo apostolico, 2 vol Panegirici, 3 vol L'incredulo senza scusa, 1 vol La fatica e la quiete, 2 vol (il tomo 13 e 14) argomenti vari, 10 vol Il cristiano istruito, 1 vol Il parroco istruito, 1 vol Il Parroco istruito e il confessore istruito, 1 vol Il penitente istruito e il divoto di Maria, 8 vol La manna dell' anima. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,00 euro.

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        SOUVENIRS DE GENES hommage rendu à Colombo et à Doria , costumes de Genes et des procession dites les Casacce

      Y. Gravier, 1829. Stampa antica di grande formato (cm75x58) margine poco oltre il cliché- incisione realizzata con tecnica all'acquatinta ad opera di D. Bonatti. Composizione di 11 particolari che fanno da cornice alla pianta topografica della città vecchia. Bella raffigurazione della celebre processione delle CASACCE ed elegante cartiglio con allegorie militari, al commercio ed alla navigazione . Lieve ombreggiatura al titolo- margini con lievi difetti che non riguardano la parte incisa- nel complesso buono stato di conservazione- RARA

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        Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea, in 1819-20-21-22 : with a Brief Account of the Second Journey in 1825-26-27

      London: John Murray, 1829. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Four volumes, [Complete] 23 plates and a map. Pocket-sized editions of the expeditions of Franklin. --------- The Coppermine Expedition of 1819-1822 had as its goal the exploration of the northern coast of Canada, which was accessed by way of the Coppermine River. The British expedition was organized by the Royal Navy as part of its attempt to discover and map the Northwest Passage. It was the first of three Arctic expeditions to be led by John Franklin, and also included George Back and Dr. John Richardson, both of whom would become notable Arctic explorers in their own right. [wiki] ------- 19th century full calf, red morocco spine labels spines rubbed. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. 24mo; 9cm by 13 cm 5 1/8 inches tall. xxi + 255pps. / vi + 268pps. / vi + 265pps. / (i) + 269pps. REF: Sabin, 25624; Graff, 1406; AB, 5194; Abbey, Travel 635 .

      [Bookseller: Blind Horse Books [ABAA - FABA]]
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        The World of Fashion and Continental Feuilletons, a Monthly Publication Dedicated to High Life, Fashionables, Fashions, Polite Literature, Fine Arts, the Operas, Theatres, Embellished with London & Parisian Fashions and Costumes of all Nations.

      London, Bell, 1829 - 1834. 157 kolorierte Modekupfer (nur Tafeln) 22 cm, Halbledereinband Einabdn von Vol. IX, Titelblatt von Vol. VI von 1829 sonst Tafeln, chronologisch nicht geordnet, Einband berieben, Innengelenk lose (müsste neu eingehangen werden), wenige Tafeln min. fingerfleckig Versand D: 3,00 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Rump]
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        Memoires sur les campagnes des armees du Thin et Morelle de 1792 jusqu q la paix de Campo Formio. 4 Volumenes. 1ª edicion

      Anselin, París 1829 - cartoné editorial bien conservado 15 mapas y estados plegados, Nota:comprende las guerras revolucionarias francesas de 1792 a 1797,hasta el Tratado de Campo Fermio. . 1832 págs.

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA EPOPEYA]
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        PFERDE. - Rumänien., "Siebenbürger Hengst". Reiter in Uniform zu Pferde, im Hintergrund eine Stadtansicht.

      Lithographie von Rudolf Kuntz, dat. 1829, 28,5 x 34,5 cm. Nagler Bd. VIII, S. 121. - Rudolph Kuntz (1797-1848) war Maler, Kupferstecher und Lithograph. Der Sohn von Carl Kuntz malte Landschaften und Tiere, und ein besonderes Studium war ihm das Pferd. Dekorative Graphik, Pferde, Tiere

      [Bookseller: Buch- und Kunstantiquariat]
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        TRAITE DE LA LUMIERE.

      Paris: La Librarie Scientifique - Industrielle de Malher, 1829 & 1833. Two volumes. First Edition Volume One & Reprint of Volume Two. With 15 folding plates, and a supplementary text by A. Quetelet. 8vo,, recent cloth with paper spine labels. Some minor spotting, but a lovely copy in attractive binding. HERSCHEL'S IMPORTANT TREATISE ON LIGHT. With Sections on photometry, refraction, the construction of the eye and lenses, achromatic telescopes, diffraction of light, colors, etc. Sir John Herschel was a scientist and astronomer like his father, Sir William Herschel. In 1809 he entered the University of Cambridge; in 1812 he submitted his first mathematical paper to the Royal Society, of which he was elected a fellow the following year. An accomplished chemist, Herschel also discovered the action of hyposulfite of soda on otherwise insoluble silver salts in 1819, which led to the use of "hypo" as a fixing agent in photography. In 1839, independently of William Henry Fox Talbot, Herschel also invented a photographic process using sensitized paper. It was Herschel who coined the use of the terms photography, positive, and negative to refer to photographic images.

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        Beknopte natuurlijke geschiedenis der zeldzaamste en meest belangrijkste in- en uitlandsche vogelen, met honderd zestien [= 117!] naauwkeurig naar het leven gekleurde afbeeldingen. Amsterdam, Gebroeders Van Arum, [1828]. 2 volumes. 8vo (text) & oblong folio (plates). With 117 figures on 21 engraved plates (16.5 x 24-29 cm), drawn by Jan Caspar Philips ca. 1762-1763. Coloured by a contemporary hand, as published. Modern cloth and half cloth.

      Saakes IX (1829), p. 3; WorldCat (1 copy); cf. Landwehr, Coloured Plates 82, plates 29-49; not in Anker; Ayer; Nissen, IVB etc. Third copy located of the first and only edition of an epitome of ornithology, with 117 hand-coloured illustrations newly printed from the 21 plates originally produced by Jan Caspar Philips (pre-1700-1775) for the ornithological parts of Martinus Houttuyn's great Linnean Natuurlijke Historie (vol. I, parts 4 & 5, 1762-1763). The title-page notes that the book covers the "rarest and most important domestic and foreign birds" with the plates "carefully coloured from life." In Houttuyn's natural history, the plates were coloured only in some copies.With a tear into one plate (II), but otherwise a good copy, with slight browning along a vertical fold in one plate, two vertical folds in each plate and a small marginal tear and a couple minor stains in the text volume. Manuscript annotations in ink. A very rare ornithological treatise and new printing of Houttuyn's ornithological plates.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        Anekdotenalmanach 1815-1829. 13 Bände (= komplett). Gesammelt und herausgegeben von Karl Müchler. Band 1: Anekdotenalmanach auf das Jahr 1817. Band 2: Anekdotenalmanach auf das Jahr 1818. Band 3: Anekdotenalmanach auf das Jahr 1819. Band 4: Anekdotenalmanach auf das Jahr 1820. Band 5: Anekdotenalmanach auf das Jahr 1821. Band 6: Anekdotenalmanach auf das Jahr 1822. Band 7: Anekdotenalmanach auf das Jahr 1823. Band 8: Anekdotenalmanach auf das Jahr 1824. Band 9: Anekdotenalmanach auf das Jahr 1825. Band 10: Anekdotenalmanach auf das Jahr 1826. Band 11: Anekdotenalmanach auf das Jahr 1827. Band 12: Anekdotenalmanach auf das Jahr 1828. Band 13: Anekdotenalmanach auf das Jahr 1829.

      12. 13 cm. X, 9 Blatt, 422, 376, 422, 363, 434, 404, 408, 450, 460, 499, 437, 411, 431 Seiten. Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln. 1. Auflage. Jeder Band mit einem gestochenen Frontispiz. Gute bis sehr gute Exemplare.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR]
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        Costumes 1830 (La Mode, Wiener Moden, Costumes Parisienes)

      Paris - Wien: 1829; 1830 LWd. der Zeit mit dekorativer Goldprägung, ohne Titelseite, Rückentitel „Costumes 1830“, insgesamt 108 Modebilder aus 3 Frauenzeitschriften zusammengebunden, d. h. 70 Bilder aus der Zeitschrift La Mode (50x Damenmode, 2x Hüte u. Frisuren, 14x Herrenmode, 3x Kutschen u. 1 Tafel mit Vignetten), 22 Wiener Moden aus Wiener Zeitschrift für Kunst, Literatur, Theater und Mode aus dem Jahre 1830 (18x Damenmode, 3x Herrenmode, 1x Kutsche), 16 Costumes Parisiens aus dem Journal des Dames et des Modes von 1829 (12x Damenmode, 4x Hüte), 105 kolorierte Bilder, 22 x 15 cm; Deckel abgeschürft u. oben am Rücken geplatzt, 3 Bilder eingerissen, 4 Bilder aus der Bindung gelöst, Rand eines Bildes in La Mode abgerissen, einige Bilder leicht abgegriffen, gebräunt oder befleckt, altersgemäß aber schön erhalten, guter Zustand.Zeitschriften, Frauenzeitschriften, Mode, Kostüme, Garderobe, Modebilder

      [Bookseller: Antikvariát Valentinská]
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        Nouvelle methode pour bien emboucher tous les chevaux suivie d'observations pour la cavalerie de la description d'un mors avec lequel le cheval peut manger .

      Madame Huzard libraire, Paris 1829 - In 8, cm 19 x 27, pp. 96 con 5 tavole piu' volte ripiegate e 1 tavola all'antiporta in litografia raffigurante l'autore a cavallo. Brossura editoriale figurata. Fresco e genuino esemplare in edizione originale. Testo dedicato ai miglioramenti del morso realizzati da questo intendente spagnolo espatriato in Francia. Il testo presenta lettere di elogio del nuovo sistema 'd'embouchement' da parte di Jules Pellier, I. Mathieu, M. Franconi, Vicomte D'Aure, le Duc De Polignac ecc. FRA

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        Narrative and Successful Result of a Voyage in the South Seas Performed by Order of the Government of British India, to ascertain the actual fate of La Pérouse's Expedition, Interspersed with Accounts of the Religion, Manners, Customs, and Cannibal Practices of the South Sea Islanders. 2 vols.

      London, Hurst, Chance, and Co., St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1829. 8vo. In two uniform a bit later half calf bindings with gilt lettering to spines. Three paper-labels pasted on to pasted down front free end paper in both volumes. Small stamp to front and back free end-paper, back of folded frontis-piece and title-page. Light wear to extremities. A fine copy. LXXVIII, (2), 302 pp. + 1 folded plate; (2), 436 pp.+ 3 folded plates (of which one is coloured). Lacking the half-titles in both volumes. ¶ First edition (the French and Dutch being published the year after) of Dillon's narrative of the expedition that discovered the two wrecks La Boussole and L'Astrolabe of the La Pérouse expedition. The final fate of the expedition led by Jean-François de Galaup, Comte de La Pérouse, has been a mystery ever since the frigates L'Astrolabe and La Boussole sailed out of Botany Bay in March 1788, vanishing, it seemed, into the vastness of the Pacific. "The Irish captain Peter Dillon finally solved the puzzle almost four decades later. In 1826 Peter Dillon saw European objects at Tikopia in the Solomon Islands, which locals told him came from a nearby island called Vanikoro. He suspected they were from La Pérouse's ships. Eventually, he was given command of the survey vessel Research and arrived at Vanikoro in 1827, going on to learn the awful fate of L'Astrolabe and La Boussole: both frigates had smashed against the island's fringing reef during a storm. Artefacts collected by Dillon were taken to Paris where they were identified as belonging to the expedition vessels." (Vidal, Tea at Trianon).Ferguson, 1255 Hill, 480 Sabin 20175.

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        Notizen zur Vorlesung über Bürgerliches Recht bei Professor [Heinrich] Dernburg. Berlin, Winter-Semester 1899/1900. [3 Teil in 1 Bd.].

      8, 141, 90 u. 27 S., Priv.-HLwd. m. handschriftl. Rückenschild, Etw. gebrauchsspurig. 3 Notizhefte mit Vorlesungsmitschriften in einem Band, sauber von einem Heinz Seelig, stud. jur. et cam.[?], Kassel, in Tinte (tlw. mit roten Randnotizen) geschrieben. Enthält ein Heft zu Bürgerlichen Gesetzbuch, Allgemeiner Teil, 1 - 240 und deren zwei zum Recht der Schuldverhältnisse, 241 - 853. Unikat. - Heinrich Dernburg, (* 3. März 1829 in Mainz + 23. November 1907 in Charlottenburg), war ein deutscher Jurist, Kronsyndikus, Politiker und ein bedeutender Vertreter der Pandektenwissenschaft. Dernburg studierte in Gießen und Berlin und habilitierte 1851 mit seiner Arbeit Über das Verhältnis der Hereditatis Petitio zu den erbschaftlichen Singularklagen als Privatdozent in Heidelberg, wo er die Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte Rechtswissenschaft mitbegründete. Er wurde 1847 Mitglied der Alten Gießener Burschenschaft Frankonia. 1854 wurde er außerordentlicher und kurze Zeit danach ordentlicher Professor der Rechtswissenschaften in Zürich. 1862 erhielt er einen Ruf an die Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg. 1866 kam er als deren Vertreter in das preußische Herrenhaus, in dem er als liberaler Politiker aktiv war und 1873 zum Mitglied auf Lebenszeit ernannt wurde. Im April 1873 wurde er an Adolf August Friedrich Rudorffs Stelle als Pandektist in die Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität (heute Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) nach Berlin versetzt, wo er Römisches Recht, preußisches und Zivilrecht lehrte. 1884 bis 1885 war er Rektor der Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität (Wikipedia).

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        Timbuctoo

      Cambridge. Typis Academicis Wxcudit Joannes Smith, Cantabrigiae (Cambridge), 1829. Full morocco with raised bands on the spine. Condition: VERY GOOD+ No Jacket. First Edition. Bookplate on inside board. Joints and raised bands are mildly rubbed, binding is firm. An early appearance by Alfred Tennyson, his poem is included in "Prolusiones Academicae Praemis Annuis Dignatae et In Curia Cantibrigiensi recitatae comitiis Maximis". The first publication of Tennyson's second published work, the FIRST under his own name. Accredited to A. Tennyson, of Trinity College. The poem is printed on nine pages. Other poems by C.R. Kennedy in Greek and by Charles Merivale. Overall: VERY GOOD + . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1829.

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        Wien, XIX. Bezirk] - Grinzing. A cecius hegynek es a Grintzingi nevezetes nek tekintete. [Hochformat].

      o. O., o. J. [um ] 1829 - OLithographie. ca. 15,5 x 11 cm. Im Passepartout. Nicht bei N/W. - Im Vordergrund Personenstaffage: Fischer, Landschaftsmaler, Soldat mit einem Bürger. - Beiliegend im gleichen Format eine Weintraube mit Stengel und Blatt. - Beides auf grünlich getöntem Papier gedruckt und in der Abbildung kombiniert. Sprache: Deutschutsch

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        A New System of Universal Geography; or, An Authentic History and Interesting Description of the Whole World, and its Inhabitants . . . Empires, Kingdoms, States, Republics, and Colonies, of Asia, Africa, America, and Europe. . . with Remarks on the Use of Globes, . . . [2 volumes].

      London:: Thomas Kelly, 1829., 1829. SPLENDID ENGRAVED MAPS & PLATES. Two volumes. Folio in 2s. [4], xx, [5]-774; [2], 1105, [1] pp. 2 engraved frontispiece plates in each vol., 1 frontis. folding engraved atlas of the world in each vol., 89 engraved plates including maps (many large folding) & scenes, index; light foxing, final blank torn (vol. II). Original full tree calf, gilt spines, gilt-stamped black calf labels; joints split, extremities rubbed. Very good. EARLY EDITION of this monumental survey of the world in a beautiful period tree-calf binding. Encompassing all areas of science, history, anthropology and geography, this extraordinary work attempts to capture the totality of human endeavor, and discovery. Richly illustrated with 95 engraved plates including many large folding maps, and scenes including: London from Waterloo Bridge, Stonehenge, Trajan's Column, ruins of Athens, the Copernican solar system, an armillary sphere, an offering before Captain Cook, Niagara Falls, the pyramids of Egypt, Rome, Paris, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dublin, and many more. REFERENCES: BMC (Microprint edition), vol. 13, p. 1107. [FULL TITLE: A New System of Universal Geography; or, An Authentic History and Interesting Description of the Whole World, and its Inhabitants: Comprehending a Copious and Entertaining Account of all the Empires, Kingdoms, States, Republics, and Colonies, of Asia, Africa, America, and Europe; as Consisting of Oceans, Continents, Islands, Promontories, Capes, Bays, Peninsulas, Isthmuses, Gulphs, Lakes, Rivers, Canals, Harbours, Mountains, Volcanoes, Deserts, &c. with Their Respective Situations, Extent, Latitude, Longitude, Boundaries, Climate, Air, Soil, Metals, Minerals, Vegetable Productions, and Every Curiosity, Natural and Artificial, Worthy of Notice Throughout the Face of Nature, Both by Land and Water. Likewise, An Exact Account of the Population, Military and Civil Governments, Revenues, Laws, Trade, Commerce, Arts, Sciences, Manufactures, Agriculture, Religion, Customs, Language, manners, Genius, Habits, Ceremonies, Amusements, and General Character and Pursuits of the Various Nations of the Earth. Including, Details of the Most Remarkable Battles, Sieges, Sea-Fights, and Revolutions, that have Taken Place in Different Parts of the Habitable Globe. With Faithful Accounts of all the new Discoveries that have Been Made by the Most Celebrated Navigators of Various Nations, from Columbus, the First Discoverer of America, to the Death of the Renowned Captain Cook, and Those Who Have Succeeded him, to the Present Time. Also, Interesting Extracts from the Most Authentic Narratives of Modern Travellers, and the Missionaries who have Been Sent Out by Different Societies; Forming a Complete Collection of Voyages and Travels, Illustrative of the Present State of the Known World. To Which will be Subjoined, a Useful Compendium of Astronomy, with Remarks on the Use of Globes, &c. The Whole Concluding with a Copious Index, upon a Plan Entirely New, and Designed to Form a General Gazetteer of the World. [2 volumes].]

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        COTTAGE DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Extracts from Cobbett and other Writers.

      Frome, printed by Crockers, 1829. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION, 1829. Small 8vo, in sixes, approximately 180 x 110 mm, 7 x 4¼ inches, 155 pages including title page, foreword, introduction and index, bound in quarter tan roan, with plain grey boards and no lettering to spine. Spine faded, small crack to top of upper hinge, title page and next 4 leaves lightly browned and spotted in fore-edge and lower margin, otherwise contents clean, binding tight and firm, no loose pages. A very good copy. OCLC locates 3 copies in the US libraries, 1 in New Zealand and 1 in the British Library, see Copac. The preface of the compiler is signed "I. B. from Longleat", that is Isabella Byng who married the 2nd Marquess of Bath in 1794. She addresses the work to the cottagers of her neighbourhood and regrets being unable to interest herself in their welfare at that time due to ill health. In fact she died a year later in 1830. The book is intended to assist her cottagers to manage their daily lives and to produce food and drink from the small plot of land they own. There are chapters on nutritious cheap beer versus useless expensive tea, on the art of brewing, making bread, making malt, keeping cows and pigs, making bacon, keeping bees, keeping poultry, pigeons, rabbits, goats and ewes, making rush lights, and pages 133-147 contain simple recipes. There is no indication in the text anywhere of the author's sources. Not in the bibliographies of Bitting, Vicaire, Cagle or A. W. Oxford, English Cookery Books to 1850. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Oeuvres complètes de Voltaire . (52 Bände von 54). . avec notes, prefaces, avertissemens, remarques historiques et littéraires.

      Paris, Armand-Aubrée, 1829-31. - 8°. 21 cm. ca. 24.000 Seiten. Halblederbände mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und marmorierten Deckelbezügen. 1. Auflage. Französischsprachige Ausgaben. Band 6 und 18 fehlen. Einbände mit Gebrauchsspuren. Vereinzelt Rücken mit kleinen Einrissen. Seiten fleckig. Gute Exemplare. First edition. French language editions. Volume 6 and 18 are missing. Cover with traces of usage. Several spines with small tears. Pages spotted. Good copies. Sprache: Französischanzösisch [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ansicht eines Theils des Gensd'armes Marktes mit der Aussicht nach dem Schauspielhaus. - Vue d'une partie de la place des Gend'armes regardie en face du Théatre".

      - Aquatinta v. Laurens & Thiele n. Calau b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12 x 17 Ernst, Calau, Nr. 185; Kiewitz 315. - Blick zum Schaupielhaus, die Ansicht ist rechts und links flankiert vom deutschen und franz. Dom. Dargestellt ist das 1818 - 21 nach Plänen von Karl Friedrich von Schinkel erbaute Schauspielhaus.

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        Plan of the City of Boston

      Copper engraving, 215 by 355 mm. In original wash colour, trimmed to the engraved border, with slight loss to the border, folded into the original gilt embossed leather cover, with embossed title 'Boston'. The plan is printed on paper watermarked 'Wilmot 1828', and has the ownership inscription in ink on verso "Crofton Vandeleur 34th Reg't". One small closed tear to fold (27mm), otherwise very good. Boston, Charles Stimpson jr.,

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        Revue de Paris. Tomes 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 (Juin - Juillet - Août - Septembre 1829) [Contient notamment : ] Tome 3 : Le carrosse du Saint-Sacrement de Prosper Mérimée [ Edition originale ] - Fragment, de Victor Hugo [ Edition originale des Fragments d'Histoire ] - Les Catacombes de Saint-Michan, par Philarète Chasles ; Tome 4 : Souvenirs et Portraits de la révolution Française par Charles Nodier Ve Partie - Portrait de Pie VII, de Sir Thomas Lawrence, par Eugène Delacroix - De Don Pèdre, roi de Castille, par Philarète Chasles - Vision de Charles XI, par Mérimée ; Tome 5 : De la littérature pendant la Révolution, par Charles Nodier - De l'Education par les Voyages, par Alexandre de La Borde - Recherches sur l"origine du recueil de contes intitulé Les Mille et une Nuits, par Sylvestre de Sacy - Fragment d'un Voyage aux Alpes par Victor Hugo - De l'Invention de l'Imprimerie par Legouvé et par Saintine - La mort d'un Ange par Jean-Paul ; Tome 6 : L'éloquence de la Tribune. Robespierre par Charles Nodier - Une représentation de Don Juan, par Hoffmann - Essais de Palingénésie sociale par Ballanche - La Fontaine par Sainte-BeuveLettre à M. le Comte de Laborde sur les Etats-Unis, par Réal - Du Style topographique, par Nodier - Mémoires sur Talma, par son jardinier

      4 vol. in-8 reliure de l'époque demi-veau bleu, dos lisse, Au Bureau de la Revue de Paris et chez Levavasseur (tome 2), Paris, 1829, tome 3 : 268 pp. ; Tome 4 : 276 pp. ; Tome 5 : 338 pp. et 2 ff. ; Tome 6 : 274 pp. et 2 ff. (avec fac-similé d'une lettre de Talma) [Contient notamment : ] Tome 3 : Le carrosse du Saint-Sacrement de Prosper Mérimée [ Edition originale ] - Fragment, de Victor Hugo [ Edition originale des Fragments d'Histoire ] - Les Catacombes de Saint-Michan, par Philarète Chasles ; Tome 4 : Souvenirs et Portraits de la révolution Française par Charles Nodier Ve Partie - Portrait de Pie VII, de Sir Thomas Lawrence, par Eugène Delacroix - De Don Pèdre, roi de Castille, par Philarète Chasles - Vision de Charles XI, par Mérimée ; Tome 5 : De la littérature pendant la Révolution, par Charles Nodier - De l'Education par les Voyages, par Alexandre de La Borde - Recherches sur l"origine du recueil de contes intitulé Les Mille et une Nuits, par Sylvestre de Sacy - Fragment d'un Voyage aux Alpes par Victor Hugo - De l'Invention de l'Imprimerie par Legouvé et par Saintine - La mort d'un Ange par Jean-Paul ; Tome 6 : L'éloquence de la Tribune. Robespierre par Charles Nodier - Une représentation de Don Juan, par Hoffmann - Essais de Palingénésie sociale par Ballanche - La Fontaine par Sainte-BeuveLettre à M. le Comte de Laborde sur les Etats-Unis, par Réal - Du Style topographique, par Nodier - Mémoires sur Talma, par son jardinier Rare ensemble réunissant l'édition originale des tomes 3, 4, 5 et 6 de la Revue de Paris (voir par ailleurs dans notre catalogue les tomes 1 et 2 ). On y trouvera de nombreuses premières publications de titre intéressants, dont "Le Carrosse du Saint-Sacrement" de Mérimée. Etat satisfaisant (petits accrocs en coiffes sup., petite mouill. marginale dans le tome 5, rares rouss.). Français

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        Table of Logarithms of the Natural Numbers from 1 to 108000. Stereotyped.

      London Fellowes 1829 - (25 x 15,5 cm). XX S., 201 (2) S. - Beigebunden: F. Callet. Table of Logarithms of sines and Tangents for every second of the first five degrees and of the sines, cosines, tangents and cotangents for every ten seconds. Paris. Didot. 1827. 186 Bll. Halbleinwandband um 1900. Exemplar aus der Bibliothek der Firma Carl Zeiss. - Zu I: Zweite Ausgabe der erstmals 1826 erschienenen Tabellen, gedruckt auf gelbem Papier. - Nach seinen Untersuchungen über Lebensversicherungen veröffentlichte Babbage das vorliegende Tafelwerk, das für viele Jahre zum Standardwerk wurde. - Zu II: Nachdruck der Ausgabe Paris 1795. - Diese Ausgabe wurde eigens für Babbage als Anhang zur ersten Ausgabe seiner Logarithmentafeln gedruckt, ebenfalls auf gelbem Papier. Callets Logarithmentafeln waren zu ihrer Zeit die exaktesten. - Gestempelt. Stellenweise leicht stockfleckig, sonst gut erhalten

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        Manuale del cuoco e della cuciniera

      Gaetano Nobile e C. Editori, 1829. (10 x 16) Mezza pelle coeva con tit. in oro al dorso. 2 voll. in uno. (4) pp. con occhietto e titolo, 192 pp. + 2 tavv. rip. f.t.; antiporta fig., 222, (2) pp. Westbury non menziona questa edizione.

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        Neues Palais, "Ansicht des neuen Palais in Potsdam am 13ten July 1829".

      - Lithographie a. a. Chinap. n. Eduard Gaertner, 1829, 22 x 39,5 Nicht bei Giersberg /Schendel. Drescher / Kroll, Nr. 417. Berndt. Märkische Ansichten, Nr. 1555. - Sehr seltene Ansicht, entstanden während des Festes "Der Zauber der Weissen Rose" durch Eduard Gärtner ( 2.6.1801 - 22.2. 1877 ). Anlaß des Festes war der Geburtstag der Kaiserin Alexandra Feodorowna von Rußland. Blick zum Neuen Palais. Vor dem Neuen Palais tausende von Menschen.

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        Mémoire sur la Résolution des Équations numériques et sur la Théorie de l'Élimination.

      Paris: de Bure Frères, 1829. First edition, very rare, of Cauchy's important memoir on the determination of the real roots of polynomial equations. As stated in the 'Avertissement', this is a (separately-paginated) offprint from Cauchy's Exercises de Mathématiques, Quatrième Année, 1829 (journal pagination 65-128). The problem of determining the real roots of an equation was a famous one with a long history, having been considered by Descartes (who gave an upper bound for the number of real roots in his famous 'rule of signs'), Newton (who gave an upper bound for the size of any real root), Lagrange and Fourier (who gave upper bounds for the number of roots by considering the sequence of derivatives), and others, but Cauchy was the first to give a complete solution in his paper 'Memoire sur la Détermination du Nombre des Racines réelles dans les Équations algébriques', published in 1815. The method was cumbersome and impractical, however, and Cauchy returned to the problem in 1829, giving a more straightforward procedure. The first step in the new method was to find an interval in the real numbers which contains all the real roots of a given equation: this was 'Cauchy's bound'. The next step was to show how to divide this interval into a finite number of subintervals each of which contains at most one real root of the equation. By examining the changes of sign of the polynomial at the endpoints of these subintervals, it is easy to determine which subintervals do in fact contain real roots. The roots themselves can then be determined approximately with any required degree of accuracy by a repeated bisection procedure. The second step in the method required a detailed study of the symmetric functions of the roots of a given equation, and as a by-product of this study Cauchy gives in the final section of the paper a simple solution of the problem of eliminating a variable between two given equations, one which had also exercised mathematicians since the 17th century. OCLC lists copies in US at Columbia, Harvard and MIT only. No copies in auction records. We have found no records of an offprint of the 1815 paper. Born in Paris in 1789, Cauchy entered the École Polytechnique in 1805, where he studied engineering. Because of his poor health, he was advised by Lagrange and Laplace to devote himself to mathematics. In the first months of 1813, Cauchy was hoping to gain election to the 'First Class' of the Institut. "... a week before the geometry section was to submit its list of candidates, Cauchy presented a new study on the theory of equations to the First Class. Thus he artfully caught the eyes of the members of the Institut. Cauchy expected to give verbally a concise account of the contents of this paper at the First Class' meeting of May 17. But other readings filled up the meeting. In this account, which he published a few days later, Cauchy intended to pay his respects to Lagrange, 'the great geometer whose passing has saddened learned circles everywhere in Europe as much as it has saddened us', and he presented his own work as a response to a problem that Lagrange had posed in his Traite de la Resolution des Equations Numeriques de tous les Degres. "Lagrange had published that work in 1798, and in it he examined Descartes' rule on the number of positive roots of an algebraic equation. This rule had been proved by De Gua in 1748, and Lagrange's work proceeded to pose - but not solve - the more general problem of the a priori determination of the number of real roots, whether negative or positive, of an equation. While there may no doubt be that Lagrange's research was the source of Cauchy's inquiries on the subject, as Cauchy himself declared in his account, it is at best only indirectly so, for it was Poisson who had suggested this research problem to Cauchy. Moreover, nowhere else in the memoir Cauchy published on the subject two years later [the offered extract] is Lagrange mentioned. The homage Cauchy paid to Lagrange thus appears to have been rendered with an eye on the coming election to the seat that Lagrange had left vacant" (Belhoste, Augustin-Louis Cauchy: A Biography, p. 37). Cauchy was unsuccessful in the election. "He was no doubt deeply hurt by these sharp checks on his ambitions, and being only partially recovered from his illnesses, he requested a six-months' leave of absence without pay to regain his health. This sick leave was granted on June 5, 1813. However, he had to wait until mid-July to be replaced by the engineer Denoël before enjoying his leave. "Cauchy took advantage of this new sick leave to resume his research on the problem of the a priori determination of the nature and number of roots of an algebraic equation. The method he had propounded in May 1813 had, in effect, turned out to be difficult and applicable only to equations with simple roots. Thus, on October 18, 1813, he submitted a new paper to the First Class of the Institut, stating: 'Two months ago, I had the honor of submitting to the Class a method by which I could determine a priori the real roots of a given equation. The Class decided to honor it with their approval. However, although that method is capable of yielding a solution to the problem when applied to equations of any given degree, one must take account of the number of equal roots and of the multitude of special situations that are prejudicial to the results obtained. The method I propose today does not have these drawbacks. It allows us to determine the number or roots, positive and negative, in a general way and that is independent of any considerations of equal roots and of other special cases that might arise.' "Cauchy first developed his ideas in geometric terms with no 'mathematical formulation', and then proceeded to develop an 'application to analysis of the preceding discussion' ... Cauchy wrote several supplementary notes, probably during the following months; and, at last, on November 22, 1813, he submitted a new study on this subject to the First Class of the Institut. "Cauchy had now spent many months working on this problem, and although Poisson's report was favorable, the undertaking was only partially successful. To be sure, he had shown for the first time that it is always possible -- at least in theory -- to determine a priori the nature and number of roots of an algebraic equation. In practice, however, this method led to long, complicated calculations and was accordingly almost unusable" (ibid., pp. 38-9). Cauchy's long 'Memoire sur la Détermination du Nombre des Racines réelles dans les Équations algébriques' contains, as stated at the beginning of the memoir, the substance of the various studies on the real roots of equations Cauchy had submitted to the Institut during 1813. Cauchy returned to the problem of determining the real roots in the 1829 memoir. He began by establishing what has become known as 'Cauchy's bound.' Suppose we have polynomial p(x) = xm + am-1xm-1 + .... + a1x + a0, where the coefficients a0, a1, ...., am-1 are real numbers. Let M be the greatest of the positive numbers in the list ±a0, ±a1, ...., ±am-1, and let A = M + 1. Then Cauchy proves (p. 29) that all the real roots of the equation p(x) = 0 lie in the interval of real numbers between -A and A. The next step is to find a small positive number Δ such that each of the subintervals -A to -A + Δ, -A + Δ to -A + 2Δ, ...., A - Δ to A, contains at most one real root (pp. 58-59). This is the most difficult part of the proof and is based on a detailed analysis of the 'symmetric' functions of the roots, i.e. functions of the roots that are unchanged when the roots are permuted in any way. It was well known that any such function of the roots could be expressed as a function of the coefficients of the polynomial. Once this is known it is easy to find which of the subintervals actually contain a root: if the polynomial p has a different sign at the two endpoints of a given subinterval, then that subinterval contains a root; otherwise it does not. This is essentially the 'intermediate value theorem' for continuous functions which, rather curiously, Cauchy seems to regard as being self-evident in the present work, although much of his Cours d'Analyse (1821) was devoted to developing a rigorous proof. Once a root has been localized within a subinterval, Cauchy shows, by a method that was then well known, how to determine it to any desired degree of accuracy. The subinterval is divided into two equal parts at the mid-point and one examines the sign of the polynomial p at that point. This tells one which of the two new subintervals contains the root. Iterating this procedure enables one to localise the root to any degree of accuracy. The final section 8 discusses the application to elimination theory. The problem is to find the condition on the coefficients in order for that polynomials xm + am-1xm-1 + .... + a1x + a0 and xn + bn-1xn-1 + .... + b1x + b0 have a root in common (this is the result of ‘eliminating' x between the two equations). Cauchy introduces the quantity U which is the product of the mn differences between each root of the first polynomial and each root of the second. This is a symmetric function of the roots of each polynomial, and can therefore be expressed in terms of the coefficients of the two polynomials. Cauchy indicates how this is done, thus giving an explicit solution to the elimination problem. As stated in the 'Avertissement' on p. [iii], this work is an offprint from Cauchy's Exercises de Mathématiques. Early in his career as a mathematician, Cauchy found that the volume of his research output could not be accommodated in the Memoirs of the Academy (for example, his great work on complex function theory was written in 1814 but not published in the Institute's Memoirs until 1827). He therefore started to publish his work in what was essentially his own mathematical periodical, the Exercices de Mathématiques, which appeared yearly starting in 1826. This continued until 1830, when Cauchy exiled himself to Turin following the July Revolution of 1830, which replaced Charles X with the Orléans King Louis-Philippe, to whom Cauchy refused to swear allegiance. Bound after: 'Memoire sur la Détermination du Nombre des Racines réelles dans les Équations algébriques; Extrait de plusieurs Mémoires lus à l'Institut, dans le courant de l`année 1813,' extracted from Journal de l'École polytechnique, XVIIe cahier, t. X, 1815. Two works bound in one volume, 4to (254 x 203 mm), [Résolution:] pp. [iv], 64; [Détermination:] pp. 457-548. Contemporary quarter-calf and speckled boards, some wear and rubbing.

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        Burgansicht, bei Mondschein.

      - Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Villeneuve n. Ring b. Engelmann, 1829, 20 x 29,5

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        Burgruine "Neuhewen", links Blick zu den Hegaubergen.

      - Lithographie v. Villeneuve n. Ring b. Engelmann, 1829, 20 x 29,5 Schefold, Nr. 31365.

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        Album d'un soldat pendant la campagne d'Espagne en 1823 .

      1829. . 1829 - Imprimerie de Cosson. París, Francia. . 1 Vol. . 118 pp.+40 láminas pp. Cuarto. Media Piel con Puntas. . Probablemente el libro más interesante y descriptivo sobre el conflicto entre España y Francia que desembocó en el episodio de los Cien Mil Hijos de San Luis, basado en las vivencias de un oficial francés que tomó parte en la campaña militar. Esta obra está magníficamente ilustrada con 40 litografías coloreadas a mano de los tipos populares y militares de la época, obra del artesano francés Langlumé, incluyendo varios ejemplos del País Vasco y Navarra. Buen estado de conservación.

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