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        Vue du Port Dieudonne

      C. L. F. Panckcoucke, Paris 1832 - A Selection from Vues des cotes de France dans l'ocean et dans la Mediterranee. Hand-colored aquatint engravings. Sheet size: 17" x 23 3/4". The marine artist Ambroise-Louis Garneray was born in February, 1783. He received his first lessons in painting and drawing from his father, Jean-Francois, who was a pupil of David. The younger Garneray went to sea at the age of thirteen, and for nearly eighteen years served on battle ships, slavers, whaling vessels and on expeditions to the Caribbean and throughout the Pacific Ocean. Garneray finally returned to Paris in 1814 after spending eight years in England, where he had been detained after being captured at sea. He established himself as a marine painter upon his arrival, and studied engraving under Philibert Louis Debucourt. In 1815 he was admitted to the Salon, and exhibited his first painting, View of the Port of London, in the following year. He continued to exhibit, winning a gold medal in 1819, and later earned the patronage of Louis XVIII, who commissioned him to paint several scenes of naval battles. In 1833, Garneray was appointed director of the Rouen Museum, a post he resigned in 1837 to work on designs for the Sevres porcelain factory. While Garneray's engravings of naval and whaling scenes were extremely popular, even in America, his greatest achievement was a series of views of the principal ports of France, Europe and the United States, supplemented by the elegant prose descriptions of M.E. Jouy, and published in Paris between 1823 and 1834. Inventory#: p545pmat.

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        Eine Biographie.

      Erfurt, Uckermann, 1832.. 8°. VIII, 278 S. Nebst einem ganzs., lith. Porträt und einem Facsimile. OBr.d.Zt. Unaufgeschnitten. Papier altersbedingt fleckig. Geringe Feuchtigkeitsspuren.. Friedrich Christian Adolph von Motz *18.11.1775 Kassel- 30.06.1830 Bln. Gründer des deutschen Zollvereins. 1817- 1821 Präsident der Erfurter Regierung. (Bewohnte das Haus in der Trommsdorffstr. 18). Oberpräsident der Provinz Sachsen. Königl.- Preuß. Geheimer Staats- und Finanzminister. Motz schuf die Vorraussetzungen für Spar- und Dahrlehenskassen in Preußen. Selten! Biereye 77.

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        Voyage de la corvette l'Astrolabe exécuté pendant les années 1826-1827-1828-1829 sous le commandement de Jules Dumont d'Urville capitaine de Vaisseau. Essai d'une flore de la Nouvelle-Zélande (AND) Sertum astrolabianum. Description des espèces nouvelles ou peu connues, recueillies par M. Lesson jeune, chirurgien de la marine royale, pendant la circumnavigation de la corvette l'Astrolabe

      Paris, J. Tastu, 1832-1834. 8vo (text) and folio (atlas; 52.0 x 35.3 cm). lvi, 167, xvi, 376 pp.; title page, plate explanation, one engraved title-vignette and 80 [41, 39] nicely engraved plates of which 12 are printed in sepia colour and four are hand-coloured. Contemporary uniform half red morocco over marbled boards. Spines with five raised, gilt-ornamented bands and gilt title. Marbled flyleaves.* The complete botanical section of the Dumont d'Urville expedition as published in two monographs. It is regarded as the finest work ever published on the flora of New Zealand, and includes a great number of new species. A. P. Lesson and Achille Richard jointly wrote the part on the botany of New Zealand, while Richard alone was responsible for the section describing the plants collected during the voyage at other stations, especially at "Tonga-Tabou ou Archipel des Amis". The artists of the fine plates are Delile and Vauthier and the engravers Massard, Legrand, Noiret, Schmelz, Visto and others. The first engravings on algae and a fern are tinted and very decorative. The text has been bound with the earlier (1832) part on New Zealand last. Some light scattered foxing in the text. A small old stamp on the title pages of the text volume. The title page, the list of plates and the first six plates of the atlas affected by a water stain in the right margin, not touching the image, however. First flyleaf of the atlas almost detached and text pages 21-22 with a large, but clean tear (no loss of text), otherwise a good, complete copy. DSB vol. VII p. 401. Nissen BBI, 555; Stafleu & Cowan, 1556 (under Dumont d'Urville).

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        Die Wundermappe oder sämmtliche Kunst- und Natur-Wunder des ganzen Erdballs. Treu nach der Natur abgebildet und topographisch-historisch beschrieben. 12 Lieferungen der Reihe (in 10 Bänden).

      Frankfurt, Verlagsmagazin für Literatur und Kunst, 1832-35. - Mit insges. 482 Kupfertafeln. Gr.8°. Marmorierte Verlagspappeinbände mit Rückenschild. Vorhanden sind: 1. Band - Italien (57 Tafeln); 1/II/1 - Ober-Italien (Venedig) (63 Tafeln); 1/III/1 - Unter-Italien (Neapel) (36 Tafeln); 2/1 - Frankreich (Paris) (72 Tafeln); 3/1 - Grossbritanien (London) (66 Tafeln); 4/1 - Süddeutschland (Wien) (38 Tafeln); 6/1 - Türkei (Konstantinopel) (24 Tafeln); 7/1 - Schweiz (24 Tafeln); 8/1 Belgien (18 Tafeln); 9 - Griechenland (30 Tafeln); 10/1 - Portugal und Spanien (36 Tafeln); 11/1 - Russland (18 Tafeln) Gering berieben; bei einigen Bänden an den Rückenkanten kleine Bezugpapier-Fehlstellen; teils etwas braun-, stock-, finger- oder wasserfleckig. Insges. eine repräsentavive Reihe; die Auflösung des Pseudonyms bei Eymer, S.97. DE

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        Voyage de découvertes de l'Astrolabe exécuté par ordre du Roi, pendant les années 1826-1829, sous le commandement de M.J. Dumont d'Urville: BOISDUVAL, J.A. Faune Entomologique de l'Océan Pacifique.

      Paris, J. Tastu, 1832. 2 text volumes & atlas. 8vo (text, 230 x 150mm) & folio (atlas, 490 x 330mm). pp. (6), 267; vii, 716 with 12 handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary half calf, gilt lettered spines (text) & contemporary half cloth, with gilt lettered spine. Complete entomological section of Dumont d'Urville's first expedition to the Pacific. "Among his most important papers are the entomological parts of the reports of the species collected during the voyages of the l'Astrolabe, 1826-29" (Harvey, Gilbert & Martin, A catalogue of manuscripts in the Entomological Library... 48). Jean Boisduval (1801-1879) was a French naturalist and physician and one of the most celebrated lepidopterists of France. He was the curator of the Dejean collection in Paris and even though he is known mostly for his work with Lepidoptera, we know him for describing new species of scarabs as well, especially those resulting from the voyages of the "Astrolabe" and the "Coquille." Last plate with some soiling at the outer margin. Old library stamp on title pages.//B.M.(N.H.)II, 603; Nissen ZBI, 1199.

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        HISTOIRE DE RASSELAS, PRINCE D'ABYSSINIE

      Paris: Chez Baudry, 1832. n. Hardcover. Owned, in turn, by the Final Dauphin, the Last King of France, and Michel Wittock. 219 x 156 mm (8 5/8 x 6 1/8"). 2 p.l., xxiv, 395 pp. Translated by Madame Du Fresne. FINE CONTEMPORARY GREEN STRAIGHT-GRAIN MOROCCO, GILT, BY HERING & MULLER (their ticket on front pastedown, and stamp-signed in gilt by Muller at tail of spine), covers framed by multiple gilt rules with decorative cornerpieces, center of each cover with large arms of Louis Antoine, Duke of Angoul?me, (the last) Dauphin of France (1775-1844); flat spine gilt in one long and one short panel tooled with a guilloche roll highlighted with rosettes and fleurs-de-lys; gilt titling, densely gilt turn-ins, textured pale yellow endpapers, all edges gilt. Text in French and English on facing pages. Front pastedown with the bookplate of the Comte de Chambord (calling himself Henri V of France and indicating--in print--that this volume was aquired from Maggs Brothers); front free endpaper with an ex-libris ticket without identification, and the octogonal black morocco bookplate of Michel Wittock; half-title and p. 71 with inked ownership stamp of Don Jaime de Bourbon, duc de Madrid. Fleeman 59.4R/TF/31. Faint foxing on the majority of leaves (first half dozen leaves a bit more affected), a few leaves with other minor discoloration, front free endpaper and first four leaves creased at lower right, spine slightly and uniformly sunned, covers with insignificant small abrasions, but generally A VERY APPEALING COPY, the text fresh and clean, and the binding with lustrous leather, bright gilt, and only very minor signs of use. This is an obscure French translation of Samuel Johnson's most popular narrative, our copy with distinguished provenance and in a lovely binding. Written in the evenings of a single week to help pay for the funeral of Johnson's mother, "Rasselas," first printed in 1759, became the most thoroughly translated and disseminated work by Johnson during his lifetime. Marked by wisdom, humanity, melancholy, and even humor, the novel accomplishes the impressive goal of being artistically successful, even uplifting, while demonstrating the somber truth that there is no genuine happiness in the world. Our edition is a new translation that, according to Fleeman, was done by one Mme. Du Fresne, of whom little is known except that she died at 20. With the death in 1831 of Charles Hering Jr., the Hering bindery was carried on by his brothers James and Henry, the former being head of the workshop. Frédéric Guillaume Muller (d. 1836) then joined the Herings from 1830 to 1834, after which he purchased the tools of the recently deceased Joseph Thouvenin, set up business for himself, and gained recognition on his own, earning the bronze medal for work shown at the 1834 exhibition. As can be seen here, the short-lived Hering & Muller portion of the business produced bindings characterized by the same elegance and care in execution evident in the work of earlier iterations of the Hering firm. The fact that our book's original owner was the last Dauphin of France suggests something of the high repute attached to the Hering name at the time, even outside England. After the Dauphin owned it, the volume came into the possession of the Comte de Chambord (1820-83), who, in the confused warp and woof of 19th century French politics, became (the disputed) King of France as Henri V for one week (2-9 August 1830), after his grandfather and uncle abdicated in the wake of the July Revolution. The 10-year-old Henri was himself forced into exile for some 40 years, after which he was invited to ascend to the throne; this elevation was aborted, however, (and the French monarchy came to its final end) when Henri insisted as a precondition the use of the older red fleur de lys design for the country's flag (as opposed to the tricolor adopted in 1794). There must have been at least one intermediary owner between the Dauphin, who died in 1844, and the Comte de Chambord, who could not have owned it before 1853, the year that Maggs Brothers was founded. Our volume was ultimately acquired by Michel Wittock, whose collection of European bindings, from the Renaissance down to the present day, was one of the grandest ever assembled. Reflecting 60 years of discriminating curation, the library was auctioned (in part) through a notable four-part sale at Christie's Paris in 2011.

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        A Texan Keeps His Slaves by Making Them Indentured Servants

      1832 - Manuscript Document Signed. Agreement to Indenture Eighteen Negroes to James Cox of Texas. [Austin, Texas?]. May 10, 1832. 4 pp., 8 x 13 1/2 in. Lacking the first leaf. A creative legal strategy allows this American colonist to Mexican Texas to retain his slaves despite Mexican law. All signatures are present. Witnesses: James Cox, Thos. H. Borden, Moses Lapham, Horatio Chrisman, and William Jack.Eleven slaves by their marks of "X": George, Jim, Nat, Haskles, William, Jacob for himself and his wife Damsel and child Jim, Thomas for himself and his wife Amy and child Martha, Rhoda, Jacob for two minors Rebecca and Sarah, Jacob for three minors Washington, Harriet, and Garrison, and Isabella.Partial TranscriptThe majority of the document lists the individuals and the alleged "debts" they incurred that justify their being bound as indentured servants."The same provisions and stipulations as those expressed for George and received the obligation of William in the same manner.-and Jacob for himself his wife Damsel and their male child Jim a minor under the age of puberty. declared that Eleven hundred & fifty dollars had been advanced for him & his family. that is for himself 450 dollars, for his wife 600 dolars and for his Child 100 dollars, besides the sum of fifty five dollars for their expenses and passage money. and that by this instrument he binds and obliges himself anc Consents and Concurs in the obligation of his Wife, and they jointly and severally as the parents and guardians of Jim their child bind and obligate themselves & him under the same Conditions and stipulations as those expressed for George.and the said James Cox binds and obligates himself unto Jacob, his wife Damsel, & their child Jim, as before expressed in the conditions & stipulations as mentioned for George and in the same manner admits their obligation."Concluding with:"In faith of all which the parties to this instrument in order to make it binding and effectual grant and Confer full power and authority to the Judges who may take Cognisance [sic] of it, to compel them in the most summary way to Comply with all its Conditions and provisions the same as if it was a definitive sentence of an adjudges case by a competent judge. passed and consented to, and as the first parties do not know how to write have made against their names as written a cross.Historical BackgroundAt the time of this indenture, Texas was part of Mexico. In 1822, Stephen Austin was the first U.S. citizen to receive a land grant from the Spanish, who controlled the region at the time. After Mexican independence, Americans continued to claim lands until 1830, when President Anastasio Bustamante banned American immigration, which led to the 1832 convention demanding immigrate rights, which in turn would lead to Texas independence a few years later.Slavery was prohibited under Mexican law, but contrary to policy, American colonists continued to bring their slaves into Texas. However, blacks could be indentured servants. This agreement demonstrates a creative legal strategy for owner James Cox to keep his slaves. It transformed them into indentured servants via a legal fiction. The hapless slaves were forced to agree to terms of indentures to repay Cox for "expenses and passage to this country." In supreme irony, the closing paragraph admits that the slaves could not write and would sign with their "X" mark but made no mention that they couldn't read the terms of their service.Individuals namedThe slaveholder is one of two possible James Coxes. Austin's Register of Families lists an Arkansan James Cox, age 26 and married to Sarah, living in Austin Colony in August, 1830. Texas land records also show a Character Certificate dated April 26, 1832, filed by Kentuckian James Cox, aged 33 years and married to Anne, requesting permission to become a Colonist. [Williams: STEPHEN F. AUSTIN'S REGISTER OF FAMILIES. VOL. I. 1984. Page 70; White: CHARACTER CERTIFI. (See website for full description)

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        Nippon. Archiv zur Beschreibung von Japan und dessen Neben- und Schutzländern: jezo mit den südlichen Kurilen, Krafto, Koorai und den Liukiu-Inseln, nach japanischen und europäischen Schriften und eigenen Beobachtungen bearbeitet.

      Leiden, Siebold, 1832-1852. 7 parts bound in 7 volumes. Folio (370 x 275mm). With 364 (of 365) plates, many folding or double-page. 19th century half morocco (2 text volumes bound to match). First and only edition of this magnificent publication depicting for the first time on a large scale the ethnography and geography of Japan. The present copy has 29 plates and 227 text pages in the Ernst Wasmuth Verlag reprint of 1930 and has one plate not called for in the collation made by Bernard Quaritch in 1869, however lacks the frontispiece to the first volume as well as the 'Schilling-Cannstadt Denkmahl' plate. The following text is lacking: Abtheilung I one leaf 'Inhalt des ersten Heftes'; Abtheilung V pp. 45-186; Abtheilung VI pages 65-72; Abtheilung VII pp. 165-328.//Not included in the total count of 365 plates are 19 appendix plates of Japanese text (1 plate in Abtheilung 5 and 18 numbered plates in Abtheilung 7), 25 numbered plates of Japanese text Wa Nen Kei "Annales Japonici" as well as 2 unnumbered plates belonging to this section and the lithographed title (Abtheilung 3). All these plates are listed in the Quaritch collation in the section plates 'Stein-tafeln' and for this reason there seems to be some confusion about the total number of plates. A few copies were issued on large paper, our copy is the normal issue.///The work remained unfinished and 7 parts were published dealing with the following subjects: Mathematical and physical geography of Japan, hydrographical and geological maps, views and tables; People and state, a description of the inhabitants of Japan, their manners and customs, government and administration, with illustrations; Contributions to the history of Japan: mythology, history, archaeology, numismatics, with chronological maps, illustrations and tables; Arts and sciences, in particular the Japanese language and literature, with excerpts from original texts and illustrations; Religion: description of the deities, deified rulers, temples and monasteries, priests, monks and nuns, religious monuments, utensils and dress in Shintoism and Buddhism; Agriculture, industry and commerce with descriptions of related natural products and illustrations of commercial crops, animals, machines and implements; Neighbouring countries of Japan: Ezo with the Southern Kurile Islands, Korea and the Ryukyu Islands.//Von Siebold was the most important European scientist who almost single handedly put Japanese studies on the European academic map. In 1823 he was posted to Japan as a surgeon to the Dutch factory on Deshima. He played a significant role in introducing Japan to the West and in his introduction of Western science to Japan. For the illustrations of the present work use was made of Siebold's large ethnographical collection, some 4700 items, which was opened to the public in 1831 and bought by the Dutch government in 1837./The Dutch were the only western nation to trade with Japan from 1639 until the opening of Japan by Perry. Von Siebold (1796-1866) was a German surgeon in service of the Dutch East India Company. 'Despite the restrictions imposed on the freedom of movement of the inhabitants, Siebold found life on the settlement quite comfortable... Since the late eighteenth century, when it had become easier to import and read books in Dutch, groups of scholars had started to engage themselves in the study of Western medicine. Dutch became the medium for these 'Dutch Studies', Rangaku. The main activities of these scholars, 'Rangakusha', were centered around the capital Edo, but all over the country was a growing interest in Western sciences during Siebold's time on Deshima... Soon, Siebold started teaching on a regular basis, mainly on the subjects of the natural sciences and medicine. In return, his students taught him Japanese and a little written Chinese. In addition, his students helped him with his botanical research... Siebold had secured the help of the Japanese painter Kawahara Keiga (1786-1865?) to make visual records of landscapes, buildings and other things which were physically impossible to collect" (K. Vos, 'Assignment Japan, Von Siebold pioneer and collector', pp. 10-13). During Siebold's stay in Edo he met the court astronomer Takahashi Sakuzaemon, the famous geographer Mogami Tokunai and Mamiya Rinzo, who provided Siebold with important information, maps etc. Siebold was expelled from Japan in the autumn of 1829 because maps were considered by the authorities as secret. Siebold had managed already to ship his collection to Batavia. However some of his Japanese friends were imprisoned. //Cordier 477-48; Assignment Japan, Von Siebold pioneer and collector pp. 22-25; Nipponalia 1135; Alt-Japan Katalog 1396.

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        The History of the Battle of Agincourt; and of the expedition of Henry the Fifth into France: to which is added, the roll of the men at arms in the English Army

      Published by Johnson & Co., 10, Brooke Street, Holborn, MDCCCXXXII, London 1832 - Second Edition. 8vo, collated and complete, with four hand-colored maps (three folding) and one hand-colored plate of the banners borne at the battle. Three-quarter calf over marbled boards, the spine label lacking. Text and plates clean and bright; one map with a two-inch closed tear skillfully repaired. Armorial bookplates to the front paste down and the FFEP. A fascinating history in highly collectible condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Red-capped Parrakeet. Platycercus Pileatus. (female).

      - Handsome lithographic print with original hand color from "Illustrations of the Family of Psittacidae or Parrots", published in London in 1832. 10 x 16" image size on paper 14 x 21". Very slightly dusty o/w very good condition.

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        Platycercus Barnardi. Barnard's Parrakeet

      [London: E. Lear, 1832. Hand-coloured lithograph, finished with gum arabic, by Lear, printed by Charles Hullmandel. Wove paper. A fine example of the work of "perhaps the greatest draughtsman of birds in European culture" (Philip Hofer). This image is from Lear's masterpiece Illustrations of the Family Psittacidae, or Parrots, a work which combines 'the most exacting scientific naturalism with a masterly sense of design and intuitive sympathy for animal intelligence" (Susan Hayman, Edward Lear's Birds 1980). This excellent image is from Lear's first published work, limited to 175 copies, and the first English ornithological work published in folio format with lithographic plates. Lear began work on this monograph when he was only eighteen and carefully supervised every step of the publication. He made many of his original sketches from the live specimens at the Regent's Park Zoological Gardens, and then prepared numerous preliminary lithographs. Many of these appear not to have satisfied him, for they were never published. Christine Jackson describes Lear's painstaking approach to his work: "Lear worked in great detail, outlining every feather and filling in the details with fine lines. This scientific accuracy extended to every part of the bird, from the beak to the claws... The colouring was done with opaque watercolours with touches of egg-white for parts of the feathers requiring sheen, and for the eye, to add that life-like touch" ( Bird Illustrators: Some Artists in Early Lithography, London: 1975). Cf. Anker 283; cf. Fine Bird Books (1990) p. 115; cf. Nissen IVB 536; cf. Ray The Illustrator and the Book 90; Zimmer pp.380-381.

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        Honey Buzzard

      1832 - John Gould (1804-1881) An illustration from The Birds of Europe London, 1832-1837 Original hand-colored lithograph 32 1/2" x 26" framed John Gould (1804-1881) was an English ornithologist, self-taught artist and naturalist. Gould first worked as a gardener under his father in the Royal Gardens of Windsor from 1818-1824, where he began his illustrations. He became an expert taxidermist, opening his own practice in London in 1824 and in 1827 he became the first Curator and Preserver at the museum of the Zoological Society of London. Through his work he was able to meet with the country's leading naturalists and view new collections of birds given to the Zoological Society. Gould's interest in birds was continually developing and in 1830 he published his first volume on birds, A Century of Birds From the Himalaya Mountains. For the next fifty years, Gould, his wife Elizabeth and artists working with them traveled around Asia, the East Indies and Australia. His wife and other artists were able to transfer his sketches to stone; hand print and hand-color them. One of the most accomplished and engaging natural history works of the 19th century, The Birds of Europe was also the first of Gould's works to feature plates by Edward Lear. A total of sixty-eight images bear Lear's name, and they are among the most remarkable bird drawings ever made. Lear endowed his illustrations with some measure of his own whimsy and intelligence, and his style is at once fluidly spontaneous and realistically precise. In this way, the images of The Birds of Europe are amazingly distinctive, while also highly realistic. Gould undertook this work partly in an effort to redress the imbalance between the study of local and foreign ornithology. Gould portrayed birds native to Europe in a manner that had only been thought appropriate for the colorful species of distant places. In this way he managed to draw much popular interest back to native European birds, which were suddenly considered equally beautiful to exotic species.

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        Bernicle Goose. Anser Leucopsis

      London 1832 - John Gould (1804-1881). A selection from Gould's Birds of Europe, published in London 1832-1837, printed by C. Hullmandel. Lithograph with original hand-coloring measuring 14 ½” x 21 ½”. Condition: Very good. John Gould was without question the most prolific natural history artist of the nineteenth century. He worked during a period of intense fascination with discoveries in natural history, especially regarding knowledge of the wildlife of exotic lands. Gould shared the romantic enthusiasm of his time for such subjects, as well as the popular impulse to catalogue exotic wildlife. He combined his passion for natural history with outstanding scientific, artistic, and entrepreneurial talents. Drawing on these abilities, he embarked on a series of projects that would eventually make him the leading publisher of ornithological illustrations in Victorian Britain. The preparatory drawings that he produced were passed on for completion to skilled illustrators, most notably his wife, Elizabeth, and Edward Lear. The plates which resulted from such partnerships were a splendid fusion of art and science, with a scope that remains unsurpassed. Stunning and at the same time highly accurate, Gould's illustrations linked beauty to science, and science to beauty, in and an unprecedented manner. Gould’s unparalleled career spanned five decades, and he produced a monumental series of books of birds throughout the world. Gould planned the Birds of Europe in an effort to redress the imbalance between the study of local and foreign ornithology. In his preface he stated his mission: “the Birds of Europe, in which we are, or ought to be, most interested, have not received that degree of attention which they naturally demand. The present work has been undertaken to supply that deficiency.” Gould portrayed birds native to Europe in a manner that had only been thought appropriate for the colorful species of distant places. In this way he managed to draw much popular interest back to native birds, which were suddenly considered equally beautiful to exotic species. Rich, vibrant color is an important attribute of the best 19th Century prints. Many prints by John Gould found on the market today have modern color that affects both the appearance and the value of these great works. John Gould died in 1881 still actively illustrating and producing fine bird books. His stock of unsold copies, unbound text and plates in various states, lithographic stones, drawings and paintings, amounted to nearly three tons. Many of the uncolored pulls from his monumental "Birds of Europe" have been re-colored in the last thirty years, and these are often found on the market. Fortunately, the difference between original and modern color can be discerned by looking carefully at the print. When modern color is applied to 180 year old paper, the application is inconsistent; the cellulose of the aged paper has begun to breakdown and can no longer evenly absorb the watercolors, resulting in a splotchy uneven appearance All of the Gould bird prints in Arader Galleries' inventory have exquisite original color. The vastly superior quality of original color can be clearly differentiated from new color by its smooth and even appearance. The inks have noticeably deeper, richer tones. The difference can also be seen in the lovely surface "sheen" that results from the application of gum arabic when the lithograph was first pulled. The hand coloring of engravings and lithographs reached its zenith in the 19th Century. Works that still display their original color are more rewarding to view, and will better hold their value in the years to come.

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        Tales and Novels

      London: Baldwin, Craddock, 1832. hardcover. near fine. 18 volumes. Engraved additional titles and frontispieces. Small 8vo, 3/4 blue calf over marbled boards, elaborately gilt spines, brown leather labels. London: Baldwin, Craddock, 1832. A beautiful and clean set.

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        3 eigenh. Briefe mit U. (&quote;Gau&quote;).

      Paris bzw. o. O., 12. Oktober [1832] bzw. o. D.. Zusammen (2+1+1=) 4 SS. auf 6 (= 3 Doppel-)Blatt. Kl.- bis gr.-8vo. Ein Brief mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief).. An den Architekten Gottfried Semper (1803-1879): &quote;In diesem Augenblicke erhalte ich, mein lieber Hl. Semper, [I]hren Brief vom 6ten d. aus München, und Alles was Sie mir darin melden ist mir fremd. Ich habe weder Schreiben noch Hefte von Ihnen erhalten, ebensowenig ein Manuscript [...]&quote; (a. d. Brief v. 12. Oktober [1832]). - &quote;Ich habe, mein lieber Semper, nur vier hundert franc in Bankzettel vorgefunden, die hier beifolgen. Morgen werde ich Ihnen das Fehlende zusenden [...]&quote; (aus einem undat. Brief). - Der dritte, auf Französisch verfaßte Brief mit der Mitteilung der Adresse einer &quote;Societe pour l'exploitation de cette couleur&quote;, die in der Rue Basse-du-Rempart 30 domiziliert sei. - Der aus Köln gebürtige Architekt Franz Christian Gau studierte Architektur in Paris, stand in Rom in Verbindung mit der deutschen Künstlerkolonie um Friedrich Overbeck und Peter von Cornelius und bereiste Süditalien, Griechenland, Palästina und Ägypten. Nachdem er 1821 die französische Staatsbürgerschaft erhalten hatte, &quote;trat er in die Dienste der französischen Nationalbank und der Stadt Paris, für die er u. a. Krankenhäuser und Kirchen (u. a. St. Clotilde, vollendet 1857) baute. Als seine wichtigste Publikation gilt das bereits 1819 französisch erschienene Werk Neuentdeckte Denkmäler von Nubien' (1822)&quote; (DBE). - Der Brief vom 12. Oktober mit stärkeren Gebrauchsspuren und kleinem Ausriß auf Bl. 2 durch Siegelbruch (keine Textberührung), sonst recht wohlerhalten.

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        Popular Tales

      London, for Baldwin and Cradock, and other proprietors,, 1832. Two volumes bound as one, octavo. Contemporary full brown morocco, title and decoration to spines gilt, raised band gilt decoration and blind tooling to boards, all edges gilt. Engraved frontispieces and title pages. Contemporary owner's name to front pastedown, top of spine and corners lightly rubbed With a split fore-edge painting showing landscape views of Boston and Philadelphia.

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        Persuasion

      Philadelphia: Carey & Lea. 1832. First. First American edition. Two volumes. Octavo. Original boards with muslin spines and printed paper labels, preserved in a custom folding box. Contemporary penciled name and gift inscription dated 1838 on the title pages, printed label of "Hosford's Circulating Library" on the front pastedowns, corners bumped, some slight scuffing to the boards, a few tears to leaves professionally mended, and modest wear to the labels. Despite some minor flaws a very attractive example of a book rarely found in the original binding. .

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        Iconografia della Fauna Italica per le quattro classi degli Animali Vertebrati. Tomo I. MAMMIFERI E UCCELLI.

      Roma, dalla tipografia Salviucci, 1832-1841. Folio (373 x 263mm). With 47 (of 48) fine hand-coloured lithographed plates and descriptive text. Contemporary green half calf, spine with 2 red gilt lettered labels. The complete section on mammals with 24 plates and text, the second section on birds lacks plate 35 Emberiza durazzi, Erythrospiza githaginea and the explanatory text to this plate. Three volumes were published of this monumental fauna of Italy. The second volume deals with amphibians and the third volume with fishes. The splendid plates were lithographed by Battistelli, most of them from drawings by Carolus Ruspi and Petrus Quattochi. Charles Lucien Bonaparte was the nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte. Despite his family connections and the disruptions that followed the Napoleonic era, he became a competent and highly respected naturalist. "Now he intended to increase the knowledge of all branches of the vertebrates by his researches and theoretical works; with his 'Iconografia della fauna Italica', begun in 1832 and completed in 1841, he added to the understanding of Italian mammals, reptiles, amphibia, and fishes, as well as birds' (Stresemann. Ornithology p. 158). The lacking plate and the explanatory text to this plate was never bound in. A fine copy.//Provenance: Armorial book plate of Frederick Du Cane Godman, famous English ornithologist and entomologist, as well as the book plate of Sir Giles Loder.//Nissen ZBI, 459; Wood p. 248; Anker 48.

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        Schriftstück mit eigenh. U.

      Prag, 11. Oktober 1832.. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-folio. Gefaltet; verso angestaubt.. &quote;[ ] Revers | über ein dem Hrn. Prof. D.or Hamernik gelehntes | grosses Mikroscop No. II, bestehend aus folgenden | Theilen: [es folgt eine 15zeilige Auflistung der Einzelteile]. Das Mikroskop samt Theilen befindet sich in einem verschließbaren Mahagoni Kasten [ ]&quote;. - Der vom Archivarium des physiologischen Instituts ausgestellte Lieferschein trägt die Sichtvermerke v. Purkinje u. H. Wallmann sowie die Unterschrift Hamerniks [Joseph Hamernik, Mediziner u. Parlamentarier, 1810-87]. Autographen Purkinjes sind selten.

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        Among the earliest examples extant! A leaf from the ledger of 27-year-old Andrew Johnson?s tailor shop listing 16 transactions!

      Autograph Document, 2p, 7? x 8.25? visible, front & verso. [Greeneville, Tennessee], June ?" July 1832. Not signed. Matted with engraved portrait. Overall size, 17" x 11". Framed under glass on both sides to display verso. Fine condition.In part, ?Henry Russell Dr [Debit] Making one o coat 3.50,? ?A Williams Dr Cuting suit for Son 1.00,? ?Henry Bakeen Dr Making pants,? ?Simpson Kilgore Dr Making one coat 2.50,? ?Cahamle Gillespie Dr Cuting pants .25,? ?John Hoy Dr mending one Coat,? ?H.B. Bakette Dr making one vest 1.50...?Having been apprenticed to a tailor when he was 13, in September 1826, 18-year-old Andrew Johnson procured work from a tailor in Greeneville, Tennessee. When the tailor closed his business six months later, Johnson opened a shop of his own. Quickly becoming involved in politics, he was elected an alderman of Greeneville (1828-1830) and served as Mayor of Greeneville (1834-1838).From the 1978 Sotheby?s sale of ?Highly Important American Histor

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        HISTOIRE DE RASSELAS, PRINCE D'ABYSSINIE

      Chez Baudry, Paris 1832 - Owned, in turn, by the Final Dauphin, the Last King of France, and Michel Wittock. 219 x 156 mm (8 5/8 x 6 1/8"). 2 p.l., xxiv, 395 pp. Translated by Madame Du Fresne. FINE CONTEMPORARY GREEN STRAIGHT-GRAIN MOROCCO, GILT, BY HERING & MULLER (their ticket on front pastedown, and stamp-signed in gilt by Muller at tail of spine), covers framed by multiple gilt rules with decorative cornerpieces, center of each cover with large arms of Louis Antoine, Duke of Angoulême, (the last) Dauphin of France (1775-1844); flat spine gilt in one long and one short panel tooled with a guilloche roll highlighted with rosettes and fleurs-de-lys; gilt titling, densely gilt turn-ins, textured pale yellow endpapers, all edges gilt. Text in French and English on facing pages. Front pastedown with the bookplate of the Comte de Chambord (calling himself Henri V of France and indicating--in print--that this volume was aquired from Maggs Brothers); front free endpaper with an ex-libris ticket without identification, and the octogonal black morocco bookplate of Michel Wittock; half-title and p. 71 with inked ownership stamp of Don Jaime de Bourbon, duc de Madrid. Fleeman 59.4R/TF/31. Faint foxing on the majority of leaves (first half dozen leaves a bit more affected), a few leaves with other minor discoloration, front free endpaper and first four leaves creased at lower right, spine slightly and uniformly sunned, covers with insignificant small abrasions, but generally A VERY APPEALING COPY, the text fresh and clean, and the binding with lustrous leather, bright gilt, and only very minor signs of use. This is an obscure French translation of Samuel Johnson's most popular narrative, our copy with distinguished provenance and in a lovely binding. Written in the evenings of a single week to help pay for the funeral of Johnson's mother, "Rasselas," first printed in 1759, became the most thoroughly translated and disseminated work by Johnson during his lifetime. Marked by wisdom, humanity, melancholy, and even humor, the novel accomplishes the impressive goal of being artistically successful, even uplifting, while demonstrating the somber truth that there is no genuine happiness in the world. Our edition is a new translation that, according to Fleeman, was done by one Mme. Du Fresne, of whom little is known except that she died at 20. With the death in 1831 of Charles Hering Jr., the Hering bindery was carried on by his brothers James and Henry, the former being head of the workshop. Frédéric Guillaume Muller (d. 1836) then joined the Herings from 1830 to 1834, after which he purchased the tools of the recently deceased Joseph Thouvenin, set up business for himself, and gained recognition on his own, earning the bronze medal for work shown at the 1834 exhibition. As can be seen here, the short-lived Hering & Muller portion of the business produced bindings characterized by the same elegance and care in execution evident in the work of earlier iterations of the Hering firm. The fact that our book's original owner was the last Dauphin of France suggests something of the high repute attached to the Hering name at the time, even outside England. After the Dauphin owned it, the volume came into the possession of the Comte de Chambord (1820-83), who, in the confused warp and woof of 19th century French politics, became (the disputed) King of France as Henri V for one week (2-9 August 1830), after his grandfather and uncle abdicated in the wake of the July Revolution. The 10-year-old Henri was himself forced into exile for some 40 years, after which he was invited to ascend to the throne; this elevation was aborted, however, (and the French monarchy came to its final end) when Henri insisted as a precondition the use of the older red fleur de lys design for the country's flag (as opposed to the tricolor adopted in 1794). There must have been at least one intermediary owner between the Dauphin, who died in 1844, and the Comte de Chambord, who could not have owned it b [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ALS - Eigenhändiger Brief mit Unterschrift.

      - Berlin 13.IX.1832. 1 Seite 8°. Verso schwache Montagespuren an den Rändern. Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859), Naturforscher. - An einen Pariser Buchhändler wegen der Bezahlung einer offenen Rechnung, die der Legationssekretär Weißkirch an der preußischen Botschaft übernehmen werde; ferner mit der Bestellung der neuesten Ausgabe von Malte-Bruns "Dictionnaire Géographique de Vosgien" per Diplomatenpost. - - "Je crains d'avoir oublié . de Vous faire payer par Mr Leo banquier le petit compte de livres qui monte en 285 Francs. Veuillez bien m'excuser et envoyer chercher ces 285ff Rue Bourbon Legat[ion] de Prusse, chez M. Weißkirch Sécretaire de Légation qui je prie de se charger de ce payement. J'ose aussi Vous importuner de la prière de m'envoyer par le courrier de la Légation sous mon adresse un exemplaire du petit Dict. geographique de Vosgien la plus nouvelle edition, je crois de Maltebrun 1831 ." - - "Mr Leo" : der aus Hamburg stammende, auch mit Heine bekannte Pariser Bankier August Leo.

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        Recueil de Planches d' Exemples et de Formules de la Nouvelle Methode de Musique inventee et developpee par Henry Heugel

      Heugel, Henry. Recueil de Planches d' Exemples et de Formules de la Nouvelle Methode de Musique inventee et developpee par Henry Heugel. Brest: Chez l'Auteur; Paris: chez Aulagnier, 1832. Large8vo, original marbled boards, printed blue title & subscription leaves laid down on both covers.[ii], 1-24, [23-26] 25-36, [ 2 (subscription list, printed on verso only)] pp. Printed cover & title page. Spine is pershing and protected by plastic which is giving the unusual coloring during scanning of the book covers.Author's signature authentication stamp on front cover & title page. Edges are rubbed; small snag on the title page, with no loss; some foxing; but a very remarkable survivor and an extremely rare book.First and Only Edition. This Volume of 26 brief lessons and explanatory diagrams was produced to accompany the author's 'Nouvelle Methode pour l'Enseignement de la Musique,' which was also issued in Brest & Paris in 1832. Heugel describes himself on the title page as a 'Marchand de Musique et d'Instruments.' The hiccup in the pagination is due to the insertion of a four page signature, printed on the interior pages only (and with one recto marked '25) with a large diagram of the transposition of keys. The book was offered for 5 francs to subscribers and 6 francs to non subscribers, and the lists on the rear cover and the final leaf of text provide the names and addresses of the subscription locations in Paris & Brest. OCLC locates but a single copy of the 'Nouvelle Methode...' and none of this work.The item is housed at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y. but there are not a single copy of this companion volume listed anywhere. Making it an exceptionally rare music book.

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        ALS - Eigenhändiger Brief mit Unterschrift.

      . Berlin 13.IX.1832. 1 Seite 8°. Verso schwache Montagespuren an den Rändern.. Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859), Naturforscher. - An einen Pariser Buchhändler wegen der Bezahlung einer offenen Rechnung, die der Legationssekretär Weißkirch an der preußischen Botschaft übernehmen werde; ferner mit der Bestellung der neuesten Ausgabe von Malte-Bruns "Dictionnaire Geographique de Vosgien" per Diplomatenpost. - - "Je crains d'avoir oublie ... de Vous faire payer par Mr Leo banquier le petit compte de livres qui monte en 285 Francs. Veuillez bien m'excuser et envoyer chercher ces 285ff Rue Bourbon Legat[ion] de Prusse, chez M. Weißkirch Secretaire de Legation qui je prie de se charger de ce payement. J'ose aussi Vous importuner de la priere de m'envoyer par le courrier de la Legation sous mon adresse un exemplaire du petit Dict. geographique de Vosgien la plus nouvelle edition, je crois de Maltebrun 1831 ..." - - "Mr Leo" : der aus Hamburg stammende, auch mit Heine bekannte Pariser Bankier August Leo.

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        American Ornithology or, The Natural History of the Birds of the United States

      Whittaker, Treacher, & Arnot: London. Good. 1832. B00085C1SG Good. (Binding: Hardcover, Jacket: No Jacket) Cloth. octavo. 3vols. With a continuation by Charles Lucian . B00085C1SG .

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        Mexico, Guatemala, and the West Indies.

      Thomas Bradford, Boston 1832 - Engraving with original line hand-color. From Comprehensive Atlas. P. 68. Sheet size: 8 3/4 x 11 3/8".

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        Commentaries on the Law of Bailments, With Illustrations from the Civil and the Foreign Law. Cohen 2451

      Hilliard and Brown, Booksellers to the University, Cambridge 1832 - Modern speckled calf, gilt, some foxing and browning and the occasional marking and notation, but a good copy First edition of Story's first commentary, as he began his effort to establish an American applied legal science, "[s]uperbly organized, lucidly written, comprehensive in breadth [and] rang[ing] from the Codes of Justinian to the American frontier" [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        EL INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QUIJOTE DE LA MANCHA

      - El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha, compuesto por . Segunda edición en miniatura por D. Joaquín María de Ferrer.- París, Imprenta de Julio Didot Mayor, 1832; 2 tomos en 16º (13 x 9 cm), 1º, 2 hojas, XX-351 páginas. Retrato, portadilla en color y 5 láminas. 2º, XII-377 páginas. Portadilla, 5 láminas y un mapa plegado. Palau nº 52059. Cuidada edición, la segunda en miniatura que financió Ferrer, la primera de 1827 fue en un solo tomo, esta al ser en dos permite espaciar el interlineado y se le añadieron 2 láminas. Las 10 bellas láminas y el retrato que adornan la obra están grabadas por Stakker. Ejemplar intonso con todos sus márgenes.

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        1832 NARRATIVE OF AN EXPEDITION TO THE EAST COAST OF GREENLAND) UNDERSOGELSES-REISE TIL OSTKYSTEN AF GRONLAND. EFTER KONGELIG BEFALING UDFORT I AARENE 1828-31

      J. D. Quist,, Kiobenhavn(copenhagen) 1832 - Danish Language; Color Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Xvii, [i], 216 pages; (1832 Narrative of an Expedition to the East Coast of Greenland) Undersogelses-Reise Til Ostkysten Af Gronland. Efter Kongelig Befaling Udfort I Aarene 1828-31. With all 8 color plates, but lacking most of the folding map which follows the text. Both the frontis and plate #7 became separated from the text in the past causing much soiling and tears and chips (mostly to the frontis) at the margins. These have been repaired at the margins and neatly reinserted. The ffep is lacking, repaired 3" horizontal tear to p. Vii, & related 2"x1 1/2" "bite" out of the margin, not affecting text, p. 21w/repair to 2" tear in margin and a 3"x1/2" half moon bite out of the lower margin, not affecting text, a 4" repaired horizontal tear to p. 55, a 4" repaired horizontal tear to margin of p. 188, a 1" repair at gutter of p. 215, a 2" repair at the gutter of pp. 212-213. There is no loss of text anywhere and the binding is the original . Leather spine w/ marbled boards. The spine is cracked, the marbled paper covered boards are no longer stiff and are rubbed, creased and with pieces missing, edges completely rubbed through. SABIN 28178. Early ownership of C. F. Petersen on title page. Text in Danish. Laid in is a book dealer's catalog description. Rare, WorldCat locates but 4 copies, all in Germany. ; 4 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mémoire sur la courbure des surfaces

      Paris, 1832. First Edition. Marbled boards. Very good. First Edition. Marbled boards. 4to (260 × 200 mm), pp. [2], 18; 1 plate; toned, but a clean, attractive text; repair to foot of title-page, slight soiling and spotting of first and last leaves; very good in modern marbled boards, cloth label to spine worn with loss. Original offprint of the Journal für die reine und angewandte Mathematik 8 (1832): 280-297.

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        DE LA MEDECINE OPERATOIRE.

      - Paris - Montpellier, Béchet Jeune - Sevalle et Castel, 1832. 13x21 cm. Ouvrage en 3 volumes, orné d'un portrait de l'auteur en tête du premier volume. Reliures de l'époque en demi-basane. Plats recouverts de papier marbré. Dos lisses ornés de bandes dorées. Nom de l'auteur, titre, et tomaison en lettres dorées. Rousseurs éparses et petite mouillure. Dos passablement frottés, cependant ensemble solide. Bon exemplaire de travail.

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        Nouveaux éléments de médecine opératoire. Accompagnés d'un atlas de 20 planches in-4 gravées représentant les principaux procédés opératoires et un grand nombre d'instruments de chirurgie.

      Paris, Baillière, 1832. - 3 vol. in-8 et atlas in-4; T.I : LIV, (2), 800 pp.; T.II : (4), 503, IV pp.; T.III : (5) pp., de 504 à 1044 pp.; atlas: 31 pp., 20 planches h.t. en noir ; volumes de texte en demi-chagrin brun de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné de fleurons à froid, rousseurs éparses ; atlas en demi-basane brune de l'époque, dos frotté, coins émoussés et dénudés, manque de papier (réparé) à la page de titre (avec manque de quelques lettres à l'adresse), rousseurs (surtout au niveau des premiers feuillets, rares au niveau des figures). Première édition, rare, de l'un des plus importants traités de médecine opératoire de cette époque, l'un des plus détaillés et l'un des mieux illustrés. Il existe d'importants chapitres de chirurgie plastique, avec des données historiques et une classification originale des principales interventions. Cet ouvrage est orné de 20 planches, dessinées par Antoine Chazal et gravées sur métal (certaines par Ambroise Tardieu), illustrant des instruments et les procédés opératoires (dont la méthode de staphylorraphie de Velpeau). Alfred Velpeau (1795-1868), né à Brèches (Indre-et-Loire), d'origine modeste, étudia la médecine à Tours (où il fut l'élève de Bretonneau), puis à Paris. Il devint professeur de clinique chirurgicale à la Charité, et succéda à Larrey à l'Académie des sciences. Il fut aussi membre de l'Académie de médecine. Garrison & Morton, 5592 ; Billings The history and literature of surgery, p. 97 : " the largest and most complete work on this subject which had yet apeared."; Zeis index and history of plastic surgery, 661 (2e éd.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'AIDE DE CAMP ou l'Auteur Inconnu, Souvenirs des Deux-Mondes

      Dufey et Vezard 1832 - In-8 de 404 pages, demi-reliure cuir, dos très frotté avec léger manque, papier des couvertures frotté. Page de garde (blanche) découpée. Bon intérieur. Marque (factice) de 2ème édition. Cet ouvrage exceptionnel décrit la libération de l'Amérique Latine par Simon Bolivar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Monumenti per Servire Alla Storia degli Antichi Popoli Italiani

      Firenze: Giuseppe Micali. 1832. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. First edition, 1832. Large folio. [2]pp. plus one engraved folding map and 120 engraved plates, several tinted or colored. Half title. Three-quarter morocco and boards, raised bands, spine gilt. Ex-lib. with stamped institutional label on front pastedown. Neat ownership inkstamp of collector Raymond C. Celli on front pastedown and titlepage. Contents free of markings. Joints and extremities a bit worn, mild foxing (images rarely affected). Very good plus. An extraordinary collection of large engraved plates relating to the antiquities of Italy, including maps, architectural and landscape views (including an aquatint of the Fiesolana Wall), and art and artifacts, including relief sculptures, painted vases, coins, and amulets. Several plates of murals are hand colored, and several otherwise uncolored plates include keys for coloring. The compiler and publisher, Giuseppe Micali (1768-1844), was an Italian historian and archaeologist. A scarce volume.

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        Cobbett's Two-Penny Trash; or, Politics for the Poor. Volumes 1 & 2, bound as one. July 1830 - July 1832

      London: William Cobbett. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Cover heavily rubbed with some loss to spine. 1832. First Edition. Brown leather cover. 180mm x 100mm (7" x 4"). 292pp; 288pp. .

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