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        Habitans du Port du Roi Georges. (Nelle. Hollande)

      Paris, 1833. First edition. Very good overall. Lithograph from the official report of the voyage, "Voyage de la Corvette L'Astrolabe..." under the command of Jules Dumont D'Urville. The voyage had a particular focus on the aborigines and ethnography they encountered, here illustrating a family group of Western Australian aborigines in Albany. Plate24, lithograph with tasteful later hand color, printed on laid paper with wide margins. 13 1/4 x 10 3/4" including captions. A little faint scattered foxing. With the blind stamp of the expedition in the lower margin.

      [Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints]
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        Transatlantische Streifzüge. Erlebnisse und Erfahrungen aus Nordamerika - Originalausgabe-

      Nordamerika-Schilderungen von Max von Versen (1833 - 1893) Oberstlieutenant und Commandeur des Thüringischen Husarenregiments No.12 [ verheiratet mit Alice geb. Clemens, Kusine Mark Twains]. -- Sehr rare Originalausgabe, auf dem fliegenden Vorsatz die eigenhändigen Eigentumsvermerke von 'Fr.v. Blücher' und 'Georg Friederici' --. 8 Halbleder mit erneuerten Deckeln, geprägter Rückentitel. Vorsätze und Schnitt gleichermassen bunt marmoriert. 428 Seiten und 3 gefaltene Karten, einige Blätter leicht fingerfleckig. Sehr schöne Ausgabe, sehr guter Zustand.

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        England and America. A Comparison of the Social and Political State of Both Nations.

      London: Richard Bentley, 1833. Two volumes, octavo, untrimmed, 2 pp. advertisements in volume II; half green crushed morocco by Sangorski. An excellent set, and the standard work on British colonisation throughout the world, written with the characteristic polemical style of Wakefield.'Important for social background and a discussion of the art of colonization (vol. II, pp. 61-262). There are important references to conditions in New South Wales in this chapter, see for example pp. 112-23. See also Appendix no. 3: Part of a correspondence between the English Government and a body of individuals wishing to found a Colony' (Ferguson). This appendix prints the extensive proposal forwarded to Viscount Goderich, then serving in the Colonial Office, by the South Australian Land Company on 4 June 1832.As might have been expected, and as Wakefield had always intended, a New York edition appeared in 1834. An excellent set.

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        Osculant Toucan [Channel-billed Toucan].

      John and Elizabeth Gould Osculant Toucan [Channel-billed Toucan]. An original lithograph with later hand-colour for Gould's 'A Monograph of the Ramphastidae, or Family of Toucans'. First edition, 1832-35 530 x 360 mm approx £1650

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        Die Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung in ihrer Anwendung auf das wissenschaftliche und practische Leben.

      Vienna: F. Beck, 1833. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Original printed wrappers, soiled; spine shipped; interior browned and foxed.First Edition, very rare. Littrow was astronomer and director of the Vienna Observatory. This copy is one of his few mathematical works which was intended to serve as supporting material to students for his lectures on pure mathematics.Da Littrow auch Vorlesungen über reine Mathematik zu halten hatte, verfaßte er für seine Lehrzwecke mehrere von pädagogischem Tacte zeugende Unterrichtsbücher, von denen die "Analytische Geometrie" (1823), die "Elemente der Algebra und Geometrie" (1827) und die "Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung" (1833) besonders hervorheben sind (Wikipedia). Very Good.

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        Broadside, begins: Himno patriotico.

      Mexico: Oficina de Valdés, 1833. Folio (30.5 cm; 12"). [1] p. Typographically embellished patriotic poetry: The hymn is written in quatrains and is printed within a "temple" created out of printers' ornaments, dingbats, and dashes. In the arch above the temple's pillars one reads, below the "Eagle and Serpent" logo, "Al glorioso recuerdo del Grito de Dolores."    Integral with this, on what might be considered pp. 3 and 4, was printed another verse paean: M. B. [drop-title] Hidalgo en Dolores e Iturbide en Iguala. [colophon: Mexico: Imprenta de Valdez, a cargo de Jose Maria Gallegos, 1833. Folio (30.5 cm; 12"). [2] pp.    The only institutions reporting ownership of this duo (the Spanish National Library, the British Library) catalogue them as separate items, not being in any way connected, but clearly, as this offering proves, they were printed at the same time, on the same press, on one single full folio sheet (i.e., 30.5 x 42 cm; 12" x 16.5").    Two examples of celebratory patriotic poetry and clearly very scarce. But one wonders, why were these printed in 1833, which was not a logical year for celebrating either the Grito de Dolores or the Plan of Iguala? Folded in fourths once upon a time with one blank-area rust(?) stain and soiling along the folds to the Himno patriotico, which also is lightly dust-soiled. The bifolium was once stitched lightly as per holes in the gutter. Very good.

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        Two Expeditions into the Interior of Southern Australia

      

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        Habitans du Port du Roi Georges. (Nelle. Hollande)

      Paris 1833 - Lithograph from the official report of the voyage, "Voyage de la Corvette L'Astrolabe." under the command of Jules Dumont D'Urville. The voyage had a particular focus on the aborigines and ethnography they encountered, here illustrating a family group of Western Australian aborigines in Albany. Plate24, lithograph with tasteful later hand color, printed on laid paper with wide margins. 13 1/4 x 10 3/4" including captions. A little faint scattered foxing. With the blind stamp of the expedition in the lower margin. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Lettres écrites d'Égypte et de Nubie en 1828 et 1829.

      Paris, Firmin-Didot, 1833, in 8°, de XV-472 pp., ill. de 7 planches litho. dont deux se dépl. (numérotées de I à VI dont une pl. II.bis), demi-veau gris XIXe, dos lisse à filets dorés, bel exemplaire frais. (ex-libris Pierre de Torcy) Edition originale. Lettres adressées à son frère par Champollion le jeune, durant son voyage Égypte et en Nubie, dans les années 1828 et 1829, pour une mission scientifique avec son collaborateur et ami Ippolito Rosellini. Elles donnent ses impressions sur le vif, au jour le jour. On sait que ce voyage, qui lui permit de vérifier que son système hiéroglyphique fonctionnait, lui fut pourtant fatal. Ayant contracté une tuberculose et une bilharziose, il rentra en France pour se faire soigner mais mourut en 1832, à l'âge de 41 ans. Son frère aîné Champollion-Figeac, bien que grand érudit, restera dans l'ombre pour mieux mettre en valeur le génie de son frère cadet, et éditera la majorité de ses travaux, auxquels il avait d'ailleurs contribué.

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        Die Grasmücken und Nachtigallen in Europa oder vollständige Naturgeschichte dieser vorzüglichsten Singvögel, nebst Zaunkönig und Goldhähnchen; mit besonderer Rücksicht auf Fang, Zähmung, Pflege, Wartung, Nutzen und Vergnügen. Ein unentbehrliches Handbuch für die Liebhaber dieser Meistersänger.

      Nördlingen, Beck 1833.. Mit 8 lithograph. Tafeln. XVI, 237 S., 1 Bl. Illustr. Orig.-Pappband. Lindner II, 1695, 01; Nicht bei Nissen. Erste Ausgabe. - "Diese interessante Schrift ist leider bisher kaum beachtet worden, obgleich ihr Verf. ein vorzüglicher Sachkenner u. origineller Schriftsteller war" (Lindner). - Die Tafeln zeigen Fallen und Fangeinrichtungen; der hübsch lithograph. Einband u. a. einen Herrn am Schreibtisch mit Vogelkäfigen. - Etwas bestoßen. Im Vorderdeckel Exlibris: Bibliotheca Doctoris J. B. Holzinger (Grazer Adcokat, ca. 1885), Titel gestempelt. Tls. etwas braunfleckig, insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar!

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        Mémoires sur les fortifications de Paris. Avec plans. Premier Mémoire. Comparaison du projet de Vauban avec celui des généraux Haxo et Valazé.

      Paris, Bureau du Journal des Sciences Militaires 1833 - Octavo. Pp. 60. Plus large folding engraved plate (ca. 42x52 cm) with handsome plan and profiles. Half-title present, with at verso "Imprimerie de Goetschy Fils et Compagnie". Hardcover, bound in contemporary half marbled calf and matching and marbled boards, 2 lettering-pieces in gilt in contrasting colours; old shelf ticket to spine, old military institutional stamps to title and prelims; spine rubbed, corner-tips chafed, some foxing. In a very good condition, fine folding plate. ~ First edition. Jordan 0702. Pierre Marie Théodore Choumara, (1787-1870). Sébastien Le Prestre de Vauban, (1633-1707). François Nicolas Benoit Haxo, (1774-1838). Éléonor Zoa Dufriche de Valazé, (1780-1838). Choumara was a prolific writer who made many important contributions to the study of fortifications, especially those of Paris. His ideas and the principles of his works were of influence on many fortification architects and authors of specialized works. He became Officer of the Legion of Honour and retired in 1845 at the rank of Colonel.

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        Experiments and Observations on the Gastric Juice, and the Physiology of Digestion.

      Plattsburgh, Printed by F. P. Allen, 1833. Gr.-8°. Mit 3 Textholzschnitten. 280 S., Mod. HLdr. m. goldgepr. Rückenschild. Erstausgabe dieser auf Kosten des Verfassers in 1000 Exemplaren gedruckten Schrift, von welcher mindestens die Hälfe später als Titelauflage neu herausgegeben wurde. - Beaumont erforschte die Verdauung des Menschen und kam zu dem Ergebnis, daß die Nahrung nicht durch „Lebenskraft“, sondern durch Magensaft verarbeitet wurden. - „[...] A cornerstone of modern physiology and a great American medical Classic“ (Heirs of Hippocrates). - „To the medical bibliographer there are few more treasured Americana than the brown-backed, poorly printed octavo volume of 280 pages with the imprint Plattsburgh, Printed by F. P. Allen, 1833“ (Osler). - „Most important American contribution to medical science“ (Howes). - Titel m. kl. alter Nummer. Ein Bl. mit Randeinriß. Papier etw. wellig u. vereinzelt m. Quetschfalten bzw. kl. Eckknicken. Tlw. etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Heirs of Hippocrates 1411; Garrison/M. 989; Osler 1972; Norman, 100 Books Famous in Medicine, 61; Horblit, 100 Books Famous in Science 10; Dibner, Heralds of Science, 130; Howes B-291; Cushing B 206; Grolier American 100, 38; Waller 805. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Beaumont, Experiments and Observations on the Gastric Juice, and the Physiology of Digestion

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        DE L'AMOUR.

      Bohaire, Paris, France 1833 - Two volumes bound in one. Both half titles present. Vol I: [iv], iii, [i] blank, 232 pages including a table. Vol II: [iv] 330 pages including a table. Starting at the beginning, about three-quarters (75%) of the pages have minor worming at the bottom margin, affecting edges of text on several pages. Title page of first volume with previous owner's name written twice in pen "L. Langlois-Longueville." Preliminary and final blanksheets are toned, as are both half-titles and title pages. Text is otherwise quite clean, with only an occasional presence of slight foxing. A few pages are starting to loosen. Hardcover; bound in marbled paper-covered boards and brown leather spine; hinges are moderately rubbed, and spine has slight creasing and wear, as do the extremities of the boards. Text is in French. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cinquante Fables pour les Enfants.

      Hamburg: Frederic Perthes, (c. 1833). Octavo. vi, (104), 32pp. French translation of German fables by Wilhelm Hey, printed on rectos only and accompanied by charming wood engravings by Otto Speckter. According to Hobbs, these fables "were originally devised not for publication but to cheer up [the author's] children, sick with measles." The German volumes were used in elementary schools, and this volume was intended for students learning French. In illustrated, lithographed paper-covered boards. Some toning and edgewear to original boards, else fine. (Hobbs 90).

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        A propos d'une intervention de Louis Napoléon auprès du Ministre de la justice, puis de Jacques Abatucci, au profit du cousin de François Arago. Il invite ce dernier à venir " un soir cela [lui] fait tant de plaisir ". Il n'oublie pas de saluer son père et son fils Emmanuel.

      - Lettre autographe signée Napoléon Bonaparte (futur Napoléon III) à François ARAGO. "A Paris ce 13 Vendredi " (1833). Lettre de jeunesse. Abatucci (Jacques, Pierre, Charles, 1792 - 1857), député de Corse sous Louis Philippe, Conseiller à la Cour d'appel, devint Ministre de la justice sous Napoléon III. Autographes [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Nouveau traité du jeu des échecs

      Paris: Au Cafe de la Regence, 1833. 2 parts bound in one. iv+167 with title chess diagram; 204+[3] with diagrams and errata. Octavo (8 1/4" 5 1/4") bound in marbled boards. (Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana: 673) First edition. Louis-Charles Mahe de la Bourdonnais was born into a noble family on Reunion Island, then called Bourbon Island, in the Indian Ocean. He was sent to Paris where he attended the Henry IV College and learned to play chess in 1814. From 1818 onwards he played seven days a week at the Café de la Regence, where he had his own table. In 1821 he defeated Alexandre Deschapelles and John Cochrane and in 1823 he defeated Lewis in London. In 1825 he visited England again and there he married Eliza Waller Gordon. In 1831 he lost the money that he had inherited from his father in a land speculation in Saint-Malo. From then chess was his only source of income. In 1833 he published Nouveau Traite du Jeux des Echecs and in 1834 he played a match against Alexander MacDonnell. The match consisted of six parts and La Bourdonnais. They didn't speak each others language and could only say 'check' to one another. MacDonnell took far more time to make his moves and in between them La Bourdonnais played quick chess against other players to earn some extra money. During the sixth and last part La Bourdonnais was recalled to France on urgent business matters and MacDonnell died before the match could be resumed. In 1836 he became one of the editors of the first chess magazine, La Palamede. In 1838 he suffered a stroke and then from dropsy. Things went downward from then. He had to sell his books, furniture and clothes and in 1840 he returned to London where he was employed at Simpson's Divan. He died in December of that year and George Walker, the organizer of his match against MacDonnell, paid for his burial. Condition: Tape to spine, edges chipped and rubbed, some foxing else a good copy.

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        An extensive, life-time collection of 409 watercolor drawings of animals, each captioned with Linnaean classification and other information

      [Dinton, Buckinghamshire, England], 1833. Each pen-and-ink and watercolour, on wove paper. Each measuring approximately 12 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches. All signed by Goodall. Housed in two blue cloth chemises and two cloth boxes with morocco labels on the upper covers.Extraordinary collection of over four hundred original late 18th and early 19th century watercolours of animals of the world by a little-known British naturalist.William Goodall was educated at Eton, became an ordained priest of the Church of England and served as absentee rector at All Saints Church, Marsham, near Aylsham in Norfolk from 1787-1844. In 1788, he married the sole heiress of Dinton Hall, Buckinghamshire, making him lord of the manor and a Justice of the Peace for Bucks. Painting was a life-long hobby. His brother Joseph Goodall (1760-1840), long-time Provost of Eton, was a noted collector of natural history drawings and friend of William Swainson. Their shared passion suggest that the Goodall brothers were educated at an early age in both natural history and the fine arts.The present collection of over four hundred watercolours would seem to be a nearly life-time collection, with watermarks dated as early as 1794 and as late as 1833. Drawings by Goodall, sometimes confused with the family of artists of the same surname, exist in various institutions, including the Fitzwilliam Museum. While other collections include watercolours of insects, fish, shells and other animals, the present collection is strictly comprised of mammals.The animals depicted include species from all over the world, including more exotic animals from Africa, Asia, Australia and the Americas. Many of the images are identified as derivative of printed sources, including the Zoological Journal, Shaw, Edwards, Pennant, Temminck, Ruppel, Leach and others; however, others are labelled as having been done from specimens at Dinton."William had no access to live whales or the larvae of foreign butterflies, so that he must have copied many of his paintings from printed works. This does not mean that he copied all of them. Some are probably original or partly original. Many paintings suggest observations on live or newly caught organisms ... Even paintings known to have been copied contain corrections or some new element to improve the presentation" (Locke & Collins)."William lived in a more leisurely age when the only way to create a visual archive was to paint, much as we might now collect photographs. His pursuit of images probably satisfied his inclination to paint, to collect and to study natural history combined in the one activity. He was following in the footsteps of Sir Hans Sloane ... He thus created his personal museum, a good part of which was a paper museum" (Locke & Collins).Locke, M. and Collins, J.V. (2001) "Who was W. Goodall?" in The Linnean 17: 28-47.

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        Russia: Or, Miscellaneous Observations on the Past and Present State of that Country and Its Inhabitants.

      London: Seeley & Sons, 1833. First edition. Quarto, bound in half calf over marbled boards, red morocco label. Lavishly illustrated with eight hand-colored costume plates. In near fine condition. In 1805 Robert Pinkerton was sent to the Edinburgh Missionary Society's mission in Karass in the North Caucasus, then in 1812 joined the British and Foreign Bible Society in St. Petersburg. In 1816 he "undertook a tour of some seven thousand miles that took him to Tver, Moscow, Tula, Voronezh, Novocherkask, Taganrog, and through the Crimea and on to Odessa before he crossed into Poland and on to Vienna and Berlin" (Cross). It was "compiled from Notes Made on the Spot, During Travels, at Different Times, in the Service of the Bible Society, and a Residence of Many Years." Abbey Travel, 230. Tooley, 380. Hiller, 712.

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        An extensive, life-time collection of 409 watercolor drawings of animals, each captioned with Linnaean classification and other information

      [Dinton, Buckinghamshire, England] 1833 - Each pen-and-ink and watercolour, on wove paper. Each measuring approximately 12 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches. All signed by Goodall. Housed in two blue cloth chemises and two cloth boxes with morocco labels on the upper covers. Extraordinary collection of over four hundred original late 18th and early 19th century watercolours of animals of the world by a little-known British naturalist. William Goodall was educated at Eton, became an ordained priest of the Church of England and served as absentee rector at All Saints Church, Marsham, near Aylsham in Norfolk from 1787-1844. In 1788, he married the sole heiress of Dinton Hall, Buckinghamshire, making him lord of the manor and a Justice of the Peace for Bucks. Painting was a life-long hobby. His brother Joseph Goodall (1760-1840), long-time Provost of Eton, was a noted collector of natural history drawings and friend of William Swainson. Their shared passion suggest that the Goodall brothers were educated at an early age in both natural history and the fine arts. The present collection of over four hundred watercolours would seem to be a nearly life-time collection, with watermarks dated as early as 1794 and as late as 1833. Drawings by Goodall, sometimes confused with the family of artists of the same surname, exist in various institutions, including the Fitzwilliam Museum. While other collections include watercolours of insects, fish, shells and other animals, the present collection is strictly comprised of mammals. The animals depicted include species from all over the world, including more exotic animals from Africa, Asia, Australia and the Americas. Many of the images are identified as derivative of printed sources, including the Zoological Journal, Shaw, Edwards, Pennant, Temminck, Ruppel, Leach and others; however, others are labelled as having been done from specimens at Dinton. "William had no access to live whales or the larvae of foreign butterflies, so that he must have copied many of his paintings from printed works. This does not mean that he copied all of them. Some are probably original or partly original. Many paintings suggest observations on live or newly caught organisms . Even paintings known to have been copied contain corrections or some new element to improve the presentation" (Locke & Collins). "William lived in a more leisurely age when the only way to create a visual archive was to paint, much as we might now collect photographs. His pursuit of images probably satisfied his inclination to paint, to collect and to study natural history combined in the one activity. He was following in the footsteps of Sir Hans Sloane . He thus created his personal museum, a good part of which was a paper museum" (Locke & Collins). Locke, M. and Collins, J.V. (2001) "Who was W. Goodall?" in The Linnean 17: 28-47. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Experiments and Observations on the Gastric Juice, and the Physiology of Digestion.

      Gr.-8. Mit 3 Textholzschnitten. 280 S., Mod. HLdr. m. goldgepr. Rückenschild. Erstausgabe dieser auf Kosten des Verfassers in 1000 Exemplaren gedruckten Schrift, von welcher mindestens die Hälfe später als Titelauflage neu herausgegeben wurde. - Beaumont erforschte die Verdauung des Menschen und kam zu dem Ergebnis, daß die Nahrung nicht durch Lebenskraft, sondern durch Magensaft verarbeitet wurden. - [...] A cornerstone of modern physiology and a great American medical Classic (Heirs of Hippocrates). - To the medical bibliographer there are few more treasured Americana than the brown-backed, poorly printed octavo volume of 280 pages with the imprint Plattsburgh, Printed by F. P. Allen, 1833 (Osler). - Most important American contribution to medical science (Howes). - Titel m. kl. alter Nummer. Ein Bl. mit Randeinriß. Papier etw. wellig u. vereinzelt m. Quetschfalten bzw. kl. Eckknicken. Tlw. etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Heirs of Hippocrates 1411 Garrison/M. 989 Osler 1972 Norman, 100 Books Famous in Medicine, 61 Horblit, 100 Books Famous in Science 10 Dibner, Heralds of Science, 130 Howes B-291 Cushing B 206 Grolier American 100, 38 Waller 805.

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        Voyages de Gulliver.

      Paris: Lebigre Freres, 1833. Six volumes in three, duodecimo, with six frontispiece plates; in contemporary French marbled calf. A French translation of Gulliver. Fine.

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        VOYAGES ROUND THE WORLD; WITH SELECTED SKETCHES OF VOYAGES TO THE SOUTH SEAS, NORTH AND SOUTH PACIFIC OCEANS, CHINA, etc....BETWEEN 1792 AND 1832

      New York, 1833. 499pp. plus five plates (two folding), including frontispiece. Modern half morocco and brown cloth, spine gilt. Bookplate on front pastedown. Ex-lib. with two ink stamps on titlepage and an occasional internal ink stamp. A bit of light foxing. Overall, a very good copy. Fanning, a native of Connecticut, set sail in 1792 for the South Seas in search of seal skins. During the following twenty-five years he made voyages around the world and to the Pacific, visiting Australia, south Georgia, Fiji, Tonga, and the Marquesas. He discovered a number of islands, one of which still bears his name. Included is a narrative of the first American naval exploring expedition to the southern hemisphere in 1829-30. HILL 581. FERGUSON 1643. HOWES F27, "aa." SABIN 23780. FORBES 839.

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        ITALIA SETTENTRIONALE 1833.

      1833. Carta dell'Italia settentrionale e centrale. Coloritura coeva. Interessante evidenziare la raffigurazione, in basso al centro, della pianta di Milano

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        Dictionnaire pittoresque d'histoire naturelle et des phénomènes de la nature, contenant l'histoire des animaux, des végétaux, des minéraux [...]. Avec planches gravées sur acier par M. Beyer, sur les dessins de M. Sainson [...].

      Au Bureau de Souscription, 1833. 9 vol. in 4 di circa p. 650 l'uno, con 689 tav. (su 720) quasi tutte finemente colorate, leg. coeva in mz. pl. e tela verde con tit. e fregi in oro al dorso, tagli spruzzati. Ottime condizioni

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        Dictionnaire pittoresque d'histoire naturelle et des phénomènes de la nature, contenant l'histoire des animaux, des végétaux, des minéraux [ ]. Avec planches gravées sur acier par M. Beyer, sur les dessins de M. Sainson [ ].

      Au Bureau de Souscription 1833-1834, Paris - 9 vol. in 4 di circa p. 650 l'uno, con 689 tav. (su 720) quasi tutte finemente colorate, leg. coeva in mz. pl. e tela verde con tit. e fregi in oro al dorso, tagli spruzzati.

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        MEYER`S UNIVERSUM oder Abbildung und Beschreibung des Sehenswerthesten und Merkwürdigsten der Natur und Kunst auf der ganzen Erde.

       Hildburghausen u. New York, Bibliographisches Institut 1833 ff. Bde. 1- 7 (Komplett). qu.-gr. 8°. Zus. 336 Stahlstichtaf. (dav. 4 doppelt vorh.) u. je 1 gest. Titelbll. 7 HLdr.-Bde. d. Zt. Einzelne Bll. stockfleckig. Rü. berieb.Nebehay-W. 411 - Erste Ausgabe eines der bekanntesten und umfangreichsten Ansichtenwerke des 19. Jahrhunderts von dem bis 1860, 21 Bände erschienen waren. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Graphik, Zeitschriften

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        Flora Regni Borussici. Flora des Königreichs Preussen oder Abbildung und Beschreibung der in Preussen wildwachsenen Pflanzen. Erster Band.

      Oehmigke Berlin 1833 . Halbleinen, 72 colorierte Abbildungen. ohne Paginierung. Neue Bindung und Vorsätze. Abbildungen sind hervorragend erhalten.

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        Neustes Taschenbuch für Reisende durch Bayerns und Tyrols Hochlande, dann durch Berchtesgadens und Salzburgs romantische Gefilde, nebst ausführlicher Beschreibung der Gastuna (Gasteins) und des Salzkammerguts; Als Fortsetzung seiner Beschreibung des Tegern- und Schlier-Sees, des Bades Kreuth, der Kaiserklause u. dgl. m. Humoristisch, topographisch und sttistisch bearbeitet von Adolph von Schaden. Mit einer präzisen Karte und fünf und zwanzig malerischen Ansichten.

      Lindauer, München 1833 - XIV,184S., Mit einem Stahlstich, 6 gefalteten Lithographien von Gustav Kraus, 1 Falttabelle und einer mehrfach gefalteten Karte. Illustr. Orig.-Pappband. Außentitel: Taschenbuch für Reisende durch Südbayern, Tyrol und das Salzburgische. - Einband etwas gebräunt und berieben; vorderes Außengelenk etwas angeplatzt; Ecken und Kanten berieben und bestoßen; durchgehend etwas gebräunt und stellenweise stockfleckig. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Plan du Port et de la Rade de Montevideo, dans le Rio de la Plata, levé en 1831.

      Paris: Dépôt Général de la Marine, 1833. Engraved map, two conjoined sheets measuring 655 x 988 mm. in total. Splendid map of the coastline of Uruguay - with detail of the original city grid of Montevideo - from the golden age of French scientific hydrography. The map was produced by the French navy and published by the Dépôt Général de la Marine. Like the Admiralty Office in London, the Dépôt served both as a depository for marine charts and a publishing firm. The intention was to provide accurate and up-to-date charts for the use of the navy and merchant marine.The present example is remarkable for its detail and finesse of execution. Fine.

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        Anatomia universale [...] rappresentata con tavole in rame ridotte a minori forme di quelle della grande edizione pisana per Antonio Serantoni.

      Florence: Batelli Vincenzo, 1833. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Large Folio. 2 parts. Large folio (470x335 mm). Loose sheets as issued in two modern folder boxes. Text volume: 292, [4] pp. including title page and index at end. Untrimmed, with slight occasional fraying to margins, light spotting throughout. Plate volume: 150 engraved plates, comprising 75 partly printed in color and hand-finished, and 75 uncolored duplicates in outline. Minor spotting and marginal soiling and fraying to a few plates. Protected in modern cardboard folder with red morocco label to vellum covered spine and boards covered with marbled paste paper.An outstanding, unsophisticated copy as issued. ----Garrison-Morton 409.1; Wellcome IV, p.73; Roberts & Tomlinson p. 390; Sappol, Dream Anatomy pp.126 and 130; DSB IX, p.154. - Small folio authorized edition of Masgagni's great Anatomia Universa. As incredibly spectacular as the images of the Anatomia Universa were, Antonio Serantoni, the artist responsible for the drawing, engraving, and hand-coloring of that enormous work, recognized that its great size made it excessively expensive and virtually impossible to use. Therefore, three years after completion of the elephantine edition he issued a new edition as a normal-sized folio from Florence, with reduced versions of the spectacular hand-colored plates, and many changes. It is from this version that the work is generally known. Very Good.

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        The Memorial and Justification of Mr. Barton ... [bound with] The Affairs of the Australian Agricultural Company.

      Cornhill [and] London: Pelham Richardson, 1832 &, 1833. Two works bound in one, octavo; the first 73 pp. with folding table; the second 33 pp.; tan half calf. Two very scarce works relating to the scandals that engulfed the Australian Agricultural Company, both written by the Company's agent William Barton, father of Sir Edmund Barton, the first Prime Minister of Australia. The Company was founded in London in 1824, with members of the Macarthur family actively involved in its establishment. On the advice of Commissioner Bigge, settlers with capital were encouraged to take up land in Australia: the Company took up a vast land grant in Port Stephens in early 1826 but despite huge support and investment, the venture initially struggled. During this period a quarrel between Barton, appointed as accountant in 1824, and the manager Sir William Parry, led to Barton's resignation.The first book, therefore, is literally Barton's "memorial and justification", and of great interest for the correspondence that is printed, especially that of Barton himself and also Sir William Parry's. Barton's detailed publication is one of the more significant early works relating to Port Stephens and the Company generally. The second book, published the following year, was also an integral part of the public defence and remuneration claim of Barton against the Company. Barton published this text of the company's accounts 'incontestably to prove that it is not attributable to my conduct' that the reports from New South Wales were so brief and unpromising. He also appends letters from key figures in the Company, notably one from John Macarthur who, amidst complaints of shattered health, asserts 'The Grant, with a very slight exception, is a barren waste.'Ferguson initially listed only the Mitchell Library copies of both of these works, but an additional copy of the Memorial and Justification (his own) and three of the Affairs appear in the Addenda volume. Very good, in modern binding.

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        Vue de L'Entrée de Port Jackson.

      Paris: Imprimerie Royale, 1833. Aquatint, 200 x 350 mm. This fine view shows French naval officers, perhaps crew of the Favorite elegantly positioned at the Heads.

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        "Emigration in Search of a Husband".

      London: J. Kendrick, 1833. Handcoloured etching from a scrapbook with abbreviated title, 240 x 195 mm., lower margin and caption title incomplete. A famous satirical cartoon, lampooning the fate of a prospective bride upon her departure for the Australian colonies. A shortage of women was a defining quality of colonial society from the foundation years through the 1840's. Only the mass emigration of the gold rush years finally equalized the gender imbalance.This cartoon was printed in 1833 whilst female emigration was, in part, subsidized by the government. Although intended to be humorous, it does reflect the possibilities for social and economic advancement on offer in New South Wales. It depicts a slender porter struggling to carry a heavy trunk for a portly woman wearing a large bonnet. The porter asks "What are you going to Sidney for, pray ma'am ?" and the lady replies: "Vy [why] they says as how theres lots of good husbands to be had cheap whereas the brutes in England can't see no charms in a woman unles she's got plenty of money to keep 'em in idleness". This dialogue is significant as the poor grammar of the woman reflects her low social status and aspirational intent. Bottom margin trimmed and cropped, lacking words from the original full caption title (only the word "Emigration" is retained), likewise lacking the printmakers details and address.

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        An Encyclopaedia of Cottage, Farm, and Villa Architecture and Furniture...

      London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longman, 1833. Thick octavo, half title including publishers advertisements to verso, almost 100 lithographs on thicker art pages (but with continuing pagination) as well as more than 2,000 wood engravings throughout, early owner's inscription,, very good; half dark blue morocco, original marbled boards, gilt. A very attractive copy of the first edition of this important historical architectural reference work, in a Sydney binding, and with a handsome gift inscription to a Mr Carr, 'on his leaving for Sydney' in 1835. It is also likely that the pencilled "Mort" in an early hand refers to the later owner of the work, the Sydney businessman Thomas Sutcliffe Mort.Broadbent wrote that this work was the 'principal architectural handbook for amateurs and professionals' in the 1830s and 1840s, and it evidently exerted a vast influence on the colonial architecture in New South Wales (Australian Colonial House, p. 205). The work is recognised as helping define Victorian architecture, a style that is very prominent in the history of Australian design.John Claudius Loudon (1783-1843), a Scottish botonist, horticultural designer and editor of The Gardner's Magazine is known well for his designs for the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Stradsett Hall in Norfolk and the Abbey Cemetery in Bath. With this work, Loudon established himself as an expert in the language of rural architecture: 'Loudon's involvement with architecture arose naturally out of his interest in landscape. He made himself a specialist in rural vernacular building types by writing his Encyclopaedia of Cottage, Farm, and Villa Architecture (1833). This work was unprecedented in that it was consciously addressed to the middle class rather than to an aristocratic audience' (Brittanica).A pencil note on the front pastedown makes the interesting comment that when this 'book was rebacked (actually rejointed) in 2004 the spine was found to be lined with an 1845 Sydney newspaper. So "Mr Carr" had the book rebound soon after arrival in Sydney.'. Some scattered foxing; spine with some cracking and skilfully re-jointed.

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        Nlle. Hollande (Port du Roi Georges).

      Paris: Tastu, 1833. Lithographic sheet measuring 340 x 540 mm. Original lithograph from the official account of the Dunont d'Urville expedition, comprising portrait studies of West Australian Aborigines.Louis de Sainson, the topographical draughtsman travelling with the expedition, made many detailed studies of the local inhabitants of King George Sound from 15 to 25 October 1826. King George Sound proved a perfect watering place for the expedition with an abundance of fresh water, firewood and a safe anchorage.A study was carried out involving overnight stays of Aborigines on board the Astrolabe as well as reciprocal visits ashore by members of the French contingent. This image was published as part of the official account of Dumont d'Urville's expedition in the Astrolabe.

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        Vue d'Un Etang pres la Baie du Roi Georges. (Nelle. Hollande.)

      Paris, 1833. First edition. Very good condition. Lithograph view of Albany harbor in the south west of Western Australia. Plate 15, from the official report of the voyage, "Voyage de la Corvette L'Astrolabe..." under the command of Jules Dumont D'Urville. The Astrolabe stayed in the Albany area for 18 days, assessing the Sound's suitability as a port and thought it would be a good place to establish a colony, and Dumont D'Urville was surprised that the British had not already done so. Printed on laid paper with wide margins. 14 7/8 x 11" including rule lines and captions. Later tasteful hand color. Sml. marginal tear just nicking upper rule line repaired archivally.

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        Vue des Caps du Port Jackson. Nouvelle Galles du Sud.

      Paris: Imprimerie Royale, 1833. Lithograph, 205 x 320 mm.; very good condition, mounted. This fine view shows ships of the Astrolabe voyage passing through Sydney Heads.The Astrolabe (Duperrey's old ship the Coquille, renamed in honour of La Pérouse) sailed from Toulon in April 1826. Dumont d'Urville was instructed to explore the principal island groups in the South pacific, completing the work of the Duperrey voyage, on which the commander himself had been a naturalist. Because of his great interest in natural history, huge amounts of scientific date and specimens were collected, described and illustrated in sumptuous folio atlases. The expedition sailed via the Cape of Good Hope, through Bass Straits, stopped at Port Phillip, and arrived at Sydney on December 1, 1828.The expedition sailed for New Zealand in January 1827, explored Tasman Bay, found a pass between an island in Cook Strait and the northern shore of South Island (the island consequently named d'Urville and the strait "French Strait") and worked up the coast of North Island, completing the "most comprehensive exploration of the islands since Cook's death". They made Tonga in April 1827, explored the Fiji archipelago, New Britain and New Guinea. In November, after a stop at Amboina, they coasted along the northwest coast of Australia and reached Tasmania. In 1828 they continued to Vanikoro in search of traces of La Pérouse, and stopped at Guam in the Marianas, before returning via the Cape of Good Hope, reaching Marseille on March 25, 1829. Some browning of the outer blank margins.

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        Aiguade de l'Astrolabe au Port du Roi Georges. (Nouvelle- Hollande.)

      Paris, 1833. First edition. Very good condition. Lithograph view of Albany harbor in the south west of Western Australia. Plate 10, from the official report of the voyage, "Voyage de la Corvette L'Astrolabe..." under the command of Jules Dumont D'Urville. The Astrolabe stayed in the Albany area for 18 days, assessing the Sound's suitability as a port and thought it would be a good place to establish a colony, and Dumont D'Urville was surprised that the British had not already done so.Printed on laid paper with wide margins. 13 x 10 1/4" including rule lines and captions. Later tasteful hand color. With blind stamp of the publisher in the lower margin.

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        Journal du Nivernais.

      Nevers, Imprimerie de Laurent, 1833. ____ Du N° 1, 14 Mars [i.e. Avril] 1833 au N° 75, 29 Décembre 1833. Tête de série de cette très rare revue bi-hebdomadaire. Chaque numéro de 4 pages. On y trouve des nouvelles locales et aussi nationales. (Des articles très critiques envers le roi Louis-Philippe. Des nouvelles de la Duchesse de Berry, qui accouche d'un enfant alors qu'elle est captive et veuve. Un article du grand mathématicien Cauchy appelé à Prague pour servir de précepteur au fils de Charles X en exil...) La BNF est la seule bibliothèque de Ccfr a posséder une collection de cette revue mais elle ne compte que 4 numéros, le dernier du 20 Février 1834. Le premier numéro porte par erreur la date du 14 Mars, qui a été corrigé à la plume en Avril. Note manuscrite de l'époque sur une garde : "Collection du Bureau". Dos frotté. *****. In-folio. [372 x 241 mm] Collation : (300) pp. Cartonnage, dos orné. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Observations of Nebulae and Clusters of Stars, made at Slough, with a Twenty-Feet Reflector, between the years 1825 and 1833. Offprint from the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London

      London: Richard Taylor, 1833. First edition, the very rare offprint issue, of Herschel's famous 'Slough Catalogue,' which includes 2306 nebulae and star clusters, 525 of which were discovered by Herschel himself. (Parkinson, Breakthroughs 296). He was awarded the gold medal of the Royal Astronomical Society in 1836 for this work. Herschel was, together with his father William, the greatest discoverer of nebulae and star clusters. Herschel explained his motivation for the present work in his Account of some Observations made with a 20-feet Reflecting Telescope (Memoirs of the RAS, Vol. II, 1826): 'The nature of nebulae, it is obvious, can never become more known to us than at present, except in two ways - either by the direct observation of changes in the form or physical condition of some one or more among them, of from the comparison of a great number, so as to establish a kind of scale or graduation from the most ambiguous, to objects of whose nature there can be no doubt.' The first way had been realised through his detailed observations of the Orion and Andromeda nebulae in his 1826 paper; the second was carried out in the years 1825-33, culminating in the present work. "For his observations John Herschel used a reflector with an aperture of 18¼", which was completed in 1820. It used two mirrors, one made by his father alone and another one cast and ground under his father's supervision. The telescope resembles William Herschel's famous 'large 20ft'. When John Herschel started observing, his intention was not so much the discovery of new nebulae and star clusters but rather he wanted to re-examine the three catalogues of his father. The main goals were identification and determination of exact positions... "John Herschel could observe a large fraction of his father's objects. Their data were partly confirmed, supplemented and corrected. Moreover, he discovered many new ones... John Herschel compiled a (pretty complete) catalogue of all non-stellar objects known up to 1833. The work meant real progress and became a great success, which was due to remarkable new features: absolute positions (for 1830), order by right ascension and new designation (h). The great homogeneity rests on the fact that all objects were observed and measured by John Herschel with the same telescope. The h-number got the new standard designation (e.g. h 50 = M 31)" (Steinicke, pp. 52-3). Soon after the present work was published, on 13 November 1833, John and his family set sail for Cape Town, where he carried out, over the next four years, a similar survey of the southern sky. This work was published as Results of astronomical observations made during the years 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837, 1838, at the Cape of Good Hope; being the completion of a telescopic survey of the whole surface of the visible heavens, commenced in 1825 (London, 1847), and did for the southern hemisphere what the present work did for the northern hemisphere: it described 4015 nebulae and star clusters. On his return to England, John continued his astronomical researches, which culminated in the General Catalogue of Nebulae and Clusters of Stars (1864), which contained 5,079 entries. In 1886, J. L. E. Dreyer was asked by the RAS to update the General Catalogue, leading to the publication of the New General Catalogue (NGC) in 1888. While engaged in the work leading to the Slough catalogue, Herschel discovered between three and four thousand double stars. These were catalogued and described in a number of papers published in the Memoirs of the RAS. Offprints of two of these papers are bound with the Slough catalogue in the present volume: Fifth Catalogue of Double Stars observed at Slough in the years 1830 and 1831 with a 20-feet Reflector; containing the Places, Descriptions, and measured Angles of Position of 2007 of those objects, of which 1304 have not been found described in any previous collection; the whole reduced to the epoch of 1830.0, pp. [ii], 81; 'Notice of the Elliptic Orbit of ? Boötis, with a second approximation to the Orbit of ? Virginis. To which is appended, a Notice of the Elliptic Orbit of ? Coronae', pp. [ii], 149-157 (both published in Memoirs of the RAS, Vol. VI, 1833). Provenance: Purchased at the sale of Edwin R. W. Wyndham-Quin (1812-71), third Earl of Dunraven, was styled Viscount Adare from 1824 to 1850. On his graduation from Trinity College, Dublin in 1833, Adare's "interest in astronomy [was such that] he decided to establish an observatory on his estate at Adare Manor... [He] studied for three years at Dunsink Observatory under Sir William Rowan Hamilton. He threw himself into astronomy with such intensity that he damaged his eyesight through overuse of the telescopes and had to abandon his plans to establish an observatory at Adare" (Dictionary of Irish Biography). He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1834. John Herschel (1792-1871) made a short journey to Ireland in 1827 where he met Hamilton, and it is probable that it was through him that Adare made Herschel's acquaintance. The closeness of their friendship is attested by a four-page letter from Adare to Herschel, dated 12 February 1833 and preserved in the Royal Society. Adare asks "whether your great work on the nebulae [i.e. the present work] will be published previous to your departure [to Cape Town]... I was reading lately with much interest your paper on double stars observed with the 7-foot equatorial, in which you have made remarks on the action of telescopes.' He goes on to discuss an improvement in his eye problems, observations that he and Thomas Romney Robinson had made with Mr. Cooper's telescope at Marktree in Co. Sligo ('when I begin about telescopes and stars I find it very difficult to stop'), and asks Herschel to congratulate Mrs. Herschel (whom he had obviously met) on the birth of a son. In later years Herschel sent Adare an inscribed and annotated copy of his translation of Schiller's Der Spaziergang. The present offprints must have been given to Adare by Herschel, but they are not inscribed. DSB VI: 325; Parkinson Breakthroughs 296; W. Steinicke, Observing and Cataloguing Nebulae and Star Clusters, CUP, 2010. Large 4to (275 x 218 mm), pp. [ii], 359-505, with eight engraved plates (with some spotting) drawn by Herschel and engraved by Js. Basire, each with a tissue guard. Bound with two other Herschel offprints (see above) in contemporary tan diced calf, sides with nesting blind double fillets and two different blind-ruled borders, area enclosed with an overall blind diced pattern, one spine panel with black morocco gilt lettering piece, another panel directly lettered in gilt, the remaining three panels with blind diced pattern, marbled endpapers. Pencilled shelf number 'C76' on verso of endpaper of Viscount Adare, of Adare Manor, Co. Limerick.

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        Flußlandschaft mit Storchen, rechts die Ruine eines alten Turms, im Hintergrund links auf einem Berg eine Burg.

      - Pinsel in Braun, Grau und Blau, blau, grau und braun laviert, auf Velin. 9,4:14,8 cm. Auf Sammlungsuntersatz montiert, mit Goldlitze und Tuschlinie in schwarz umrandet, auf dem Untersatz bezeichnet „Zimmermann Ab". Der Landschaftsmaler Albert Zimmermann war zunächst als Musiker tätig, wandte sich jedoch der Malerei zu und studierte an den Kunstakademien in Dresden und München. 1833 gründete er eine Malschule für Landschaftsmalerei. 1857-1860 im Auftrag der österreichischen Regierung Professor an der Mailänder Akademie, 1860-1871 folgte eine Lehrtätigkeit an der Wiener Akademie. 1885 zog er nach Salzburg 1885 erneut nach München. Zahlreiche deutsche Museen besitzen seine Werke. Der nicht mit Albert Zimmermann verwandte Alfred Zimmermann studierte an der Münchner Akademie bei W. von Lindenschmit d.J. (1829-1895), 1873 reiste er nach Paris. 1884 bildete er sich zum Bühnensänger aus, wandte sich jedoch bald wieder der Malerei zu. Das Freilichtstudium wurde fortan bestimmend. Seit etwa 1900 wohnte und arbeitet er auf seinem Landsitz in Gstadt am Chiemsee. Neben dem Landschaftsfach pflegte er Stilleben, vereinzelt auch das Porträt und Figurenbild. Daneben arbeitete er auch als Illustrator für die Münchner Zeitschrift „Jugend".

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        Le médecin de campagne

      Edition originale rare, un des plus recherchés parmi les grands romans de Balzac d'après Clouzot.bindings à petits coins en demi basane mouchetée, spine lisses ornés de filets dorés, plats de papier raciné, bindings de l'époque.Quelques rares rousseurs, exemplaire court de marge.Provenance: de la bibliothèque du château du Lac Tegern (Tegernsee), propriété du Prince Charles-Théodore de Bavière (1795-1875). Charles-Théodore de Bavière, fils du premier roi de Bavière Maximilien Ier, était  "Generalfeldmarschall" et conseiller privé du roi de Bavière (Tampon "S.K.H.D Prinzen Carl V. Bayern Güter Administration Tegernsee"). Rare exemplaire, de provenance princière, en bindings strictement du temps. Mame-Delaunay Paris 1833 12,5x18,5cm 2 volumes reliés

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