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        L'égyptologue Karl Richard Lepsius consulte les "Nuits Attiques".

      - 2 lettre autographe signée et pièce autographe signée 2 In-16 29 mai et 1er juin 1835 Documents conservés dans une chemise ancienne. bon Lettres écrites par Lepsius à l'époque où il étudie à Paris (il fut l'un des premiers élèves de Champollion qui l'initia au déchiffrement des hiéroglyphes). « Je prie M. le conservateur de vouloir bien remettre le livre demandé par moi le vendredi 29 mai au porteur de ce billet ». En effet, deux jours plus tôt, il avait rédigé cette simple note : « Aulus Gellius. Noctes Atticae ed. Gronorius. Le 29 mai 35. Dr Lepsius. 30 rue Hautefeuille ». [Il s'agit des Nuits Attiques du grammairien latin Aulu-Gelle]. Égyptologue et archéologue allemand. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Vue de Como prise de la route de Suisse

      1835 ca., Lago di Como - Como 1835 - Bella ed importante veduta panoramica della città. Restauro al margine nell'agolo alto di destra mm 240x377

      [Bookseller: Sergio Trippini]
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        Der Scherenschleifer." //

      1835 - (Hand-coloured Wood-engraving) kolorierter Holzstich von J. Jackson aus dem "Pfennig-Magazin" vom 17. Januar 1835; ca. 20 x 15 cm; (vermutlich: John Jackson, geb. Ovingham 1801 - gest. London 1848) // Gut erhaltenes Blatt. In good state

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Kurt Pflugmacher]
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        Zwei (insgesamt DREI) Zeichnungen, Mischtechnik (Aquarell, Kreide ) hinter Glas, gerahmt.

      1835 !!!!!!!!! 1835 - Auf dem einen Bild ist mit Bleistift nicht störend notiert "Valparaiso -- Santiago railroad in the plains between Quilpue a Quillota", dargestellt sind zwei Reiter in einer Palmen- und Gebirgslandschaft. Das andere Bild ist beschriftet mit "Valparaiso -- Santiago railroad between Valparaiso a Vina del Mar(?) along the " und zeigt eine Bahnbrücke und Menschen vor einem Abhang. UND ein drittes Bild, siehe im gleichen Stil und inder ähnlichen Lanschaft, aber reiches Aquarell, ABER mit der Signierung "AVE" ????????, siehe Fotos. Weitere Informationen auf Wunsch.!

      [Bookseller: BerlinAntiquariat, Karl-Heinz Than]
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        Beschreibung eines Reichenbach'schen Wiederholungs-Kreises, neu construirt von F. W. Breithaupt, des Heliotropen vom. Professor Ritter Gaus und des Hülfs-Heliotropen vom. Ritter Stierlin, nebst kurzer Anleitung zur Prüfung und Justirung, sowie über das Auseinandernehmen, Zusammensetzen und den Transport dieser Instrumente.

      Kassel Krieger 1835 - (28 x 21,5 cm). (4) 56 S. Mit 3 mehrfach gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Rückenbroschur in moderner Leinwand-Kassette. (Magazin von den neuesten mathem. Instrumenten). Einzige Ausgabe. - Breithaupt (1780-1855) wurde 1814 zum kurfürstlich hessischen Hofmechanikus und Münzmeister ernannt. Für die Konstruktion einer Kreisteilmaschine erhielt er 1824 die goldene Medaille des Kurfürsten von Hessen. "Die sinnreichen Constructionen der von ihm gelieferten Instrumente, verbunden mit solidem und gefälligem Bau derselben, verbreiteten seinen Ruf, führten ihm zahlreiche Aufträge zu und erhoben seine Werkstätte zu einer der geachtetsten ihres Faches und ihrer Zeit, welchen Rang sie unter seinem Sohne und Nachfolger fortwährend behauptet. Die mathematisch-mechanische Litteratur verdankt ihm ein mit Recht sehr geschätztes Werk, das "Magazin der neuesten . mathematischen Instrumente", worin eigene und fremde (durch ihn ausgeführte) Constructionen beschrieben und erläutert sind" (ADB III, 291). - Die erste Tafel mit einer dekorativen Darstellung des gesamten Instruments. - Stempel auf Titel. Anfangs etwas stockfleckig, sonst gut erhalten. - Poggendorff I, 288 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Picture of Nations or Perspective Sketch of the Course of Empire; To accompany Willard's Universal history in perspective

      F. J. Huntington, Hartford 1835 - Map. Engraved chart. 11 1/4" x 18 1/4" Map. Engraved chart. 11 1/4" x 18 1/4" Unusual pictogram flow chart map that shows the progressive geography of the World in ancient, middle and modern era graphic. Emma Hart Willard (1787-1870) was a geographer and the Principal of Troy Female Seminary, and author of other geographical and historical works. Hard to find.

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        The Anti-Slavery Record. Vol. I, for 1835

      New-York: Published by R. G. Williams, for the American Anti-Slavery Society, 144 Nassau Street, 1835. Good. Octavo. pp. [i-iii] iv, [1] 2-174. With 12 woodcut illustrations. A consecutive run of the first 12 issues (Vol. 1, nos. 1-12) bound together in one volume, with an index at the front and appendix at the back. The first seven issues (January-July) are first editions, unstated as issued; issue numbers 8-11 have "Second Edition" stated in letterpress; and issue no. 12 is stated "First Edition" in letterpress. Bound in publisher's beige cloth over boards, gilt spine, with a decorative centerpiece design stamped in blind on both boards. Early ink ownership name in manuscript on the front free endpaper. Fading and some staining to the boards, wear to the spine ends and board edges, the bottom right corner of the second front fly leaf is torn, scattered foxing, good.The groundbreaking first year of The Anti-Slavery Record, issued two years after the founding of the American Anti-Slavery Society in 1833 by William Lloyd Garrison and Arthur Tappan. The Society was "the single largest and most influential organization against slavery up to the end of the Civil War." Both Garrison and Frederick Douglass, who called Garrison the movement's "chief apostle," were its key leaders.Featured in this volume are reports on the slave trade and slave auctions; contributions by abolitionists (such as Timothy Weld, John Rankin, and Elizur Wright); excerpts from Seabrook's pro-slavery Essay on the Management of Slaves (1834); and eyewitness accounts of violence committed against slaves, including torture and murder. Of particular importance are the 11 dramatic woodcuts printed on the first page of each monthly issue (beginning with the February 1835 issue), and a 12th woodcut depicting the obverse and reverse sides of the British Abolitionist Commemorative Medal. Most of the images dramatize the evils of slavery, such as: "The Flogging of Females," and "The Desperation of a Mother" about to kill her two infant children rather than lose them. The caption underneath the latter illustration reads: "Why do you narrate the extraordinary cases of cruelty? These stories will not convert the cruel, and they wound the feelings of masters who are not so.' REPLY: Cruelty is the fruit of the system."Historically important and very scarce in the trade. OCLC locates only six copies. Afro-Americana 622; Slavery in the United States I:161.A list of the letterpress captions printed underneath the 12 woodcut illustrations follows.No. 1 (January) is not illustrated, as issued:No. 2 (February): "How Slavery Honors Our Country's Flag"No. 3 (March): "A punishment, practised in the United States, for the crime of loving liberty"No. 4 (April): "Toussaint L'Ouverture" / "Take them back, since it must be so; I am determined to be faithful to my brethren and to my God."No. 5 (May): "Cruelties of Slavery"No. 6 (June): "Scenes in the city prison of New-York"No. 7 (July): "Scenes in the city prison of New-York" / Stephen Downing"No. 8 (August): "The Generous Planter"No. 9 (September): "The Desperation of a Mother" / "Why do you narrate the extraordinary cases of cruelty? These stories will not convert the cruel, and they wound the feelings of masters who are not so.' REPLY: Cruelty is the fruit of the system."No. 10 (October): "The Flogging of Females" / "What!---the whip on WOMAN'S shrinking flesh!"No. 11 (November): "Persecution of Amos Dresser"No. 12 (December): "The Condition of American Slaves"Appendix (p. 162): "A Voice from Great Britain to America" [Depicts the obverse and reverse sides of the British Abolitionist Commemorative Medal].

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        L’italie, la sicicle,les iles éoliennes,l’ile de calypso,etc

      Audot, Paris 1835 - L’italie, la sicicle,les iles éoliennes,l’ile de calypso,etc-Hostein-Ed.Audot, Paris 1835. Encuadernación en piel con desperfectos. Contiene numerosos grabados en blanco y negro. Con algunas manchas de humedad en la Jonás. Tiene 368 páginas. Medidas: 26 cm x 17 cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Carte topographique et statistique des environs de Paris, donnant la population de chaque commune, avec des notes sur ce qu''il y a de plus curieux à y voir

      Early 19th century map of the suburbs of Paris, from Montmorency in the north to Vissons and Villeneuve in the south, and from St. Germain and Versailles in the west to Noisy-le-Grand in the east, with towns and sites including chateaux and parks marked with short captions and elevations. Very minor toning along creases. 16mo. Boards. Abrasions, rubbing, loss to paper along spine, some splitting to boards, pen notation to inside front cover. Paris (Rosselin) 1835. Not much is known about the biography of N.M. Maire. In 1808, he self-published "La topographie de Paris, ou, Plan détaillé de la ville de Paris et de ses faubourgs", a small city atlas of 20 maps and 104 pages of listings of streets, public offices, hotels, hospitals, and other points of interest. Circa 1821 he published the first edition of his "Atlas administratif de Paris", with fourteen copies of the same map of Paris, each devoted to a specific subject including lighting districts, markets, sewers, and firefighting districts. Very scarce; although WorldCat has listings for an earlier and later version of this map, as of December 2017 we were not able to locate a single listing for the 1835 edition.

      [Bookseller: F.A. Bernett Books]
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        Catalogo delle opere di Giuseppe Pisani dedicate a S.A.R. Francesco IV Arciduca d'Austria Principe Reale d'Ungheria e Boemia Duca di Modena, Reggio, Mirandola, Massa e Carrara.

      Modena, per Vincenzi e Compagno, 1835. In folio piccolo (cm.31); cartone coevo con carta azzurra originale; antiporta incisa con il busto di Francesco IV su disegno di S. Reggianini, Asioli incise e Pisani scolpì; pp. XI di dedica al Duca Francesco IV di Giuseppe Pisani + 7 pagine di Catalogo dei lavori ideati ed eseguiti dal Professore Giuseppe Pisani Scultore della R. Corte di Modena Direttore della Reale Accademia Atestina di Belle Arti. Commissioni avute in diverse epoche dallo Scultore Professore Direttore Giuseppe Pisani in Vienna, in Modena, in Roma + 10 grandi tavole più volte ripiegate: 1) Monumento in marmo di Carrara di S.A.R. Carlo Ambrogio d'Este Arcivescovo di Strigonia... 2) Monumento in marmo di Carrara di S.A.S. Ercole III Duca di Modena... 3) Monumento in marmo di Carrara del Professore Paolo Ruffini... 4) Monumento in marmo di Carrara di Federico d'Este... 5) Monumento in marmo di Carrara della Contessa Anna Seghizzi nata Campori... 6) Monumento in marmo di Carrara del Professore Giovanni Moreali... 7) Monumento in marmo di Carrara a Francesco IV eretto nel locale del Museo lapidario modenese. 8) Monumento in marmo di Carrara a Francesco IV eretto nella chiesa Abbaziale di Nonantola. 9) Monumento in marmo eretto a Giovanni Pico nella Chiesa di S. Francesco a Mirandola. 10) Decorazione in marmo di Carrara e riduzione esterna della Porta di S. Agostino ad Arco Trionfale in perpetua memoria del fausto ritorno di S.A.R. colla sua augusta famiglia dopo le vicende del 1831. Molto raro. Axs

      [Bookseller: Libreria Bongiorno Paolo]
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        Native American

      , 1835-1840. 1835-1840. Six Cards from a deck of 54 cards made by Abbot & Ely. Cards do not have numbers or letters (e.g. A, 2, 7, J, Q, K). (1) card picturing the company symbol, an eagle holding a banner in its beak: “American Manufacture,” and “Abbot & Ely,/successors to/Caleb Bartlett” printed at the bottom . (2) “Jack” of Diamonds picturing an Indian chief. (3) Ace of Hearts. (4) Deuce of Spades. (5) Three of Spades. (6) Seven of Spades. The complete deck of cards depicted U.S. Presidents as Kings (Washington, J. Q. Adams, Jefferson, and Jackson), symbolic figures as Queens, and Native Americans as Jacks (including Seneca Chief Red Jacket and Mohawk leader Joseph Brant). There were also two extra cards, the company card being one of them. The cards intact with light soiling. They are mounted on an Indian motif in an original 13” x 10.5” wooden frame, circa 1840s. White sticker affixed to glass identifies this item as being from the Guthman collection.

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        Nachricht über den Kometen von Halley und seine Zurückkunft im Jahr 1835. Nach einer von M. A. Bouvard. berechneten Ephemeride.

      Heidelberg Groos 1835 - (18 x 11 cm). X, 134 S. Mit 1 gefalteten lithographierten Karte. Bedruckte Original-Broschur, unaufgeschnitten. Einzige deutsche Ausgabe seiner "Notice sur la comète de Halley et son retour en 1835". - Stellenweise leicht stockfleckig, sonst gut erhalten. - Vgl. Brüning 2189 (frz.EA) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Stadtplan, umgeben von 14 Ansichten "Der vorzüglichsten Gebäuden neuerer Zeit.".

      - altkol. Lithographie n. Carl Graf Vasquez, 1835, 49 x 62 Nebehay-Wagner 775/I. Schöner Plan des mittelalterlichen Wiens ( 1147 ) mit den 14 Randansichten aus der berühmten Serie der Wiener Bezirkspläne von Vasquez. Die einzelnen Randansichten: 1. Pfarr Kirche S. Peter (Paulusch, Ikonografie Österreichs, W 1464), 2. Deutsche Ordens-Ritter-Haus Singer Strasse N°. 879 (W 329), 3. K.K. geheime Haus Hof u. Staatskanzley Ballhaus Platz No.19 [Bundeskanzleramt] (W 172), 4. Der Theseus Tempel (W 2167), 5. S.Ruprecht am Ruprechts Steig (W 1658), 6. Kirche der Kapuziner am Neuen:Markt (W 1122), 7. Magistrats-Gebäude, die Stadt Wien, Wipplinger-Strasse N°. 385 [altes Rathaus] (W. 1583), 8. Das Paradies-Gärtchen (W 2134), 9. Stift Schotten auf der Freyung N°. 136 [Schottenkirche] (W 1714), 10. Kohlmarkt (W 1187), 11. K.K. Burg [Leopoldinischer Trakt mit Karlskirche im Hintergrund] (W 831), 12. Die ehemalige Reichskanzeley ein Theil der k.k. Burg [Franzensplatz] (W 530), 13. Joseph's Platz (W 1042), 14. Graben (W 688); breitrandig und gut erhalten.

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        Mémoire Pour Servir À L'Histoire De La Société Polie En France COPY SIGNED

      Paris, Didot - 1835 - Grand in-8° relié, plein chagrin grenat de l'époque, encadrements sur les plats, tranches dorées, dentelle intérieure, 484 pages. Envoi autographe sur la page de garde de Roederer « A Madame la Comtesse Mollien, offert par l'auteur ». Belle association d'un des fondateurs de l'économie politique moderne et de l'épouse d'un célèbre ministre et financier. Cette édition hors commerce, tirée à très peu d'exemplaire fut réservée aux amis de l'auteur. Cette diffusion restreinte a pu être à l'origine du fait, que dans cette source importante d'analyse et de critique historique et sociale, les historiens ultérieurs des mentalités ont très peu puisé. Roederer se livre à partir de l'histoire de la société de l'hôtel de Rambouillet, à une revue historique, politique et littéraire de l'époque des « Précieuses Ridicules » jusqu'au triomphe de madame de Maintenon, qu'il estime dans sa conclusion celui de la société polie. Exemplaire magnifique en état absolument parfait [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Carte topographique et statistique des environs de Paris, donnant la population de chaque commune, avec des notes sur ce qu''il y a de plus curieux à y voir

      Early 19th century map of the suburbs of Paris, from Montmorency in the north to Vissons and Villeneuve in the south, and from St. Germain and Versailles in the west to Noisy-le-Grand in the east, with towns and sites including chateaux and parks marked with short captions and elevations. Very minor toning along creases. 16mo. Boards. Abrasions, rubbing, loss to paper along spine, some splitting to boards, pen notation to inside front cover. Paris (Rosselin) 1835. Not much is known about the biography of N.M. Maire. In 1808, he self-published "La topographie de Paris, ou, Plan détaillé de la ville de Paris et de ses faubourgs", a small city atlas of 20 maps and 104 pages of listings of streets, public offices, hotels, hospitals, and other points of interest. Circa 1821 he published the first edition of his "Atlas administratif de Paris", with fourteen copies of the same map of Paris, each devoted to a specific subject including lighting districts, markets, sewers, and firefighting districts. Very scarce; although WorldCat has listings for an earlier and later version of this map, as of December 2017 we were not able to locate a single listing for the 1835 edition.

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        Die Kirche St. Maclou zu Rouen." //

      1835 - (Wood-engraving/Xylographie) Holzstich; 23 x 15 cm // Gut erhaltenes Exemplar. In good state

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Kurt Pflugmacher]
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        24 breuvages de l'homme - Types Modernes et les Diables en lithographie

      Chez Neuhaus, Aumont & Charles Tilt - Recueil composite et incomplets de trois suites très rares de Grandville et de Poitevin. Dans une reliure d'époque au format in-4 (38 x 27 cm). Dos lisse orné d'un joli fer répété et du nom des auteurs, pas des titres, qques frottements, coins usés. Contient : 24 breuvages de l'homme, cachet de la bibliothèque du duc d'Orléans sur la 1er couv. 6 gravures sur les 7 qui ont été publiées. 36 x 27 cm, qques rss. pas méchantes suit une pl. double : les voyages - 50 x 37 cm - signé Adam ? dans la pl. rousseurs Après on a la seconde série de Grandville de ce portfolio qui provient de "Types Modernes", observations critiques. Le dedans de l'Homme expliqué par le dehors. Chez Neuhaus, 1835. La suite contenait 8 pl. + ft à l'origine, ici en 1er tirage car non numérotées : variété des cannes de Grandville - 37 x 27 cm - lég. rss. variété des priseurs - 37 x 25 cm - propre Études phrénologique et col-logique des français en 1834 Variété des pipes et de leur fumeur Chapellerie du XIXe s. tout ça même taille même auteur et même état, propre. Suit une gravure plus courte - 33 x 27 cm - sans vraiment de titre, si ce n'est bureau des cannes et bureau des parapluies, propre. Puis vient la très belle couverture des "Diables en lithographie" par le Poitevin, propre, avec de rares petites rss. pl. n° 1 dbl - 48 x 35 cm - qques rss. pl. n°2 idem pl. n° 3 dbl. - 48 x 36 cm - rss. pl. n° 4 dbl. on revient à 48 x 35 cm - mais bcp moins de rss. 5 & 6 idem juste un peu plus de rss. sur la 6, et pour finir deux pl. d'ombres fantastiques avec qques rss. Elles sont toutes montées sur onglet et en très bon état hormis les rss. Ce qui nous fait un total de 21 gravures et deux 1ères de couv. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Vocabulario de la lengua tagala, primera, y segunda parte.

      [Manila?]: Imprenta Real de D. Jose Maria Dayot, 1835. Folio (29 cm, 11.5"). [viii], 739, [1 blank], 118 pp. Palau gives the date of the first edition of this dictionary and grammar of the Tagalog language of the Philippines as 1703, with the next in 1794, followed by this in 1835. This conforms to the editions found via WorldCat; that same source finds only five U.S. libraries reporting ownership of this edition (NYPL, American Philosophical, Yale, Newberry, and Villanova). The earlier editions are even less well held.    => Printed on "rice paper," i.e., paper made using indigenous fibers.    Provenance: Bookseller's label of Deutsche Kunst und Antiquitäten Messe, München.         Palau 300543; Retana, Aparato bibliográfico, 637; Leclerc, Bibliotheca Americana, 2424; Blake, Philippine Languages, 330; Walsh, Philippine Linguistics, 1095. Recased in old limp vellum, recycled manuscript used for rear endpapers, spine lettered in an early hand; vellum yellowed and cockled. Booklabel as above. Title-page laid down and with old tape repair, closed tears to several other leaves, and some minimal foxing or staining; in fact, very good.

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        Paris, ou le livre des cent-et-un. (Paris moderne tel qu'il est: incertain, fantastique, colère, impatient, pauvre, ennuyé, encore avide d'art et d'émotion, mais difficile à émouvoir, absurde souvent,, quelquefois sublime). (Ce livre fut précédémment annoncé sous le titre du "Diable Boiteux à Paris").

      Bruxelles, Louis Hauman et Comp., 1831-1835. - 15 vols. complete. 12mo (15,5x10,5 cm). Contemporary darkgreen morocco, spine gilt and blindstamped in compartments, with ribbons; covers covered with marbled paper, marbled endpapers. - Many important 19th century French writers attributed to this series with unpublished contributions a.o. Chateaubriand, Delavigne, Halévy, Victor Hugo, Jacob, Jules Janin, De Lamartine, La Rochefaucould, Nodier, Regnier, Eugène Sue, etc., edited at the same time by Ladvocat at Paris. "Contrefaçon Belge", but of a smaller size, hard to find. In the last volume a large leaf (47x33 cm) with "fac-simile des signatures de tous ceux qui les ont apposées au bas de l'engagement original". (engagement to help the ruined editor Ladvocat). And also in the last volume a few contemporary press-cuttings added. With 2 illustrations: plan of a roulette table (vol. 10) and plan of a reading-room (vol. 9). - Nice complete series in nice interior condition in charming bindings. All the volumes with green ribbon-marker. 4000g [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D. Including A Journal of His Tour of The Hebrides (complete in 10 volumes)

      London: John Murray, 1835. Hardcover. Very Good+/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. C. Stanfield, R. A., C. SMith, S. C., et al. engraved by E. Finden, et al.. These 10 books are clean, tight, square with sharp corners and unmarked. They are bound in blue leather with gilt designs (thistles?) at the edges which continue over the edges to frame the marbled paste downs. The spine have 5 raised bands with gilt decorations and six of the resulting panels have further gilt decorations. The other two panels have red leather paste downs with gilt titles and volume information. The binding was done by Bayton Binders of Bath. They have blue marbled end papers and 325, 344, 323, 343, 341, 342, 381,431, 325, 376, bright, clear, minimally toned pages (gilt edged all around) illustrated with black & white engravings and facsimile hand written documents (some fold-out). Each book has two, purple cloth book marks. The red boxes for the volume information on the spine is missing on volume I, half gone on volume IX and chipped on volumes Vi, VII and X. There is faint damp stain in the lower front margin on a few volumes.

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        OCEANIC SKETCHES... WITH A BOTANICAL APPENDIX BY DR. HOOKER, OF GLASGOW.

      London: James Cochrane & Co. 1835. Large duodecimo, with an engraved frontispiece portrait of the author, a hand-coloured aquatint costume plate, and four sepia aquatint views; contemporary dark blue polished calf, sides bordered in gilt, spine gilt in compartments with green leather label, gilt edges, yellow endpapers; half-title and advertisements discarded by the binder. First edition. This quite uncommon book is a narrative of the author's travels in Chile and Peru, and at greater length subsequent travels in the Galapagos, Marquesas, Cook, Samoan and Society Islands. The botanical index, a descriptive list of the ferns collected by Nightingale in the Pacific islands, was compiled by the great botanist William Jackson Hooker, who at the time of this publication was Professor of Botany at the University of Glasgow. Not much seems to be known about Nightingale. The frontispiece portrait of the author shows an informally dressed young man with tousled hair. He writes nicely and is in favour of the missionaries' work in the islands, although the reviewer in The Eclectic Review for 1836 felt that 'from the mode in which he writes, we think it probable that at the time he projected his expedition, he scarcely knew that any thing like an attempt had ever been made to introduce the blessings of civilization and the promises of religion into the regions he was about to explore, and therefore it is, that his testimony is the more to be valued...'. In due course Nightingale speaks of 'the wonders--yes, I may call them the wonders--that have been already wrought in the way of moral reformation by the despised--at least, the too often despised and much disparaged--Missionaries'.Louisa Keenan, who was responsible for the portrait of Nightingale, was the (bigamous) wife of the celebrated natural history artist Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins. She was the daughter of John Keenan, portrait painter to Queen Charlotte, and Frances Keenan, a landscape artist and exhibitor at the Royal Academy. The very attractive and accomplished aquatint views here are all engraved by E. Clark after drawings by Nightingale himself. Provenance: Hannah Haffenden(?), April 25th, 1873 (signature on lower free endpaper). One plate caption slightly cropped; a very nice copy.

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        L'art de créer les jardins, contenant les préceptes généraux de cet art, leur application développée sur des vues perspectives, coupes et élévations, par des exemples choisis dans les jardins les plus célèbres de France et d'Angleterre, et le tracé pratique de toute espèce de jardins.

      Paris Roret Thiery Frères l'auteur 1835 - (51 x 32,5 cm). (4) 106 S. Mit 24 lithographierten Tafeln auf aufgewalztem China, davon 5 mit beweglichen Teilen. Roter Halblederband der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung und schmaler vergoldeter Deckelbordüre. Erste Ausgabe dieses sehr seltenen und für den Park- und Gartenstil der Romantik wichtigen Werkes. - Der Pariser Architekt Vergnaud tritt dafür ein, dass Gärten von Architekten und nicht von Gärtnern entworfen werden. - Die dekorativen Tafeln mit beweglichen Teilen zur Darstellung verschiedener Planungszustände zeigen Grundrisse und Ansichten der Gartenanlagen von Blenheim, Morfontaine, Buckingham, St. Leu, Beauregard, Palazzo Pitti, von Lord Pembroke in Wilton, Hyde Park, Regents Park und Bois de Boulogne jeweils mit französisch-englischen Erklärungen. - Stellenweise geringfügig gebräunt bzw. leicht braunfleckig und schwach feuchtfleckig. Einband leicht restauriert. Insgesamt schönes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - Ornamentstichkatalog 3313; Brunet V, 1138; Graesse 7, 284 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Souvenirblatt, Mittelbild umgeben von 18 Teilansichten, "Aussicht von der Bastey nach der Morgenseite".

      - Kupferstich a. a. China v. Ludw. Schütze n. Otto Wagner b. Morasch & Skerl in Dresden, um 1835, 33,5 x 46 Das Mittelbbild - mit weitem Blick in die Sächs. Schweiz - ist umgeben von 18 Teilansichten. Sie zeigen: Schandau, Kuhstall, grosser Winterberg, Rosenberg, Prebischtor, Herrnkretschen, Stiege und Kuhstall, Pfaffenloch, Hockstein, Hohnstein, Brand und Hohnstein, Lilienstein, Königstein, Lohmen, Pirna, Ottowaldergrund, Amselfall, Brücke und Bastei; unten eng beschnitten und restauriert.

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        Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and of a Residence in the Artic Regions during the years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833.

      Including the Reports of Commander, now Captain James Clark Ross and the Discovery of the Northern Magnetic Pole. + Appendix to the Narrative... In all 2 vols. London: Webster 1835. With 6 engraved maps, one of which is folded and handcoloured, 21 coloured lithographs and 23 engraved plates. Small 4to. [6] + XXXIIII + 740; XII + 120 + CXLIV + CII + [8] + [2] pp. Spines restored and hinges weak, otherwise nice copy with wide margin and chiseled edges bound in contemporary full leather with coloured labels and richly gilt on spines, boards and edges. * First edition. The unfortunate expedition, John Ross and his nephew James Clark Ross, was trapped in the ice of Boothia Peninsula for a year. In Septemper 1830 the ice began to melt, and they again were under sail. They advanced for three miles, the weather worsened, and they were stuck for another winter. A year later the same thing happened. Eventually they were forced to abandon the one remaining ship and set off through a narrow channel of water in search of rescue by artic whalers; amazingly enough they were not only picked up but by the 'Isabella' of Hull, once commanded by John Ross. In spite of the appalling difficulties of the trip, Captain Ross and his nephew made detailed and important studies of the Eskimo tribes of the region, their dress and identify the North Magnetic Pole. The illustrations by the author give a life-like picture of the Eskimos, sitting comfortably with the officers in the ships library, or standing on the ice holding their catch. The natural history supplement is also very important. Lande 1436. Staton & Tremaine 1808. Sabin 73381 + 73384. Abbey 636. Nuuk 290.

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        Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions during the Years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833. Including the Reports of Commander, now Captain, James Clark Ross, and The Discovery of the Northern of the Northern Magnetic Pole.

      First edition. London, A. W. Webster, 1835. 4to. (8) + XXXIII + (1) + 740 pp. 30 plates and maps, of which 9 plates are coloured mezzotints or lithographs and 1 large folding in colour. Original blue cloth. Corners bumped. Bookplate to front pastedown. Frontispiece and title-page with some spotting, otherwise occasional light spotting and offsetting. PP. 232-41 with small stains in margins. . . Sabin 73381. Arctic bibliography 14866

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        Vue de la place de l'Arsenal. Berlin ( handschriftlich auf der Rückseite.

      - altgoauchierte Lithographie m. Tonplatte ( v. ?? ) b. ( Sachse & Co.), um 1835, 16,2 x 25,6 Selten! Ernst, ( ?? ) - Wie bei altgouachierten Blättern üblich, ist das Blatt bis zur Bildkante beschnitten. - Blick von der Schloßbrücke aus in die Straße "Unter den Lilnden". Rechts das Zeughaus, links die Kommandatur

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        Meyer's Universum, eller Billeder og Beskrivelser af det seeværdigste og Mærkværdigste i Naturen og Kunsten paa den hele Jord. Oversat af (Adam) Oehlenschläger. 6 bind (ud af 9).

      København, Bianco Luno, 1835-1840. Tvær-8vo. Indbundet i 6 samt ensartede halvlæderbind med rig rygforgyldning. Permer med lidt brugsspor. Som altid, med lidt brunpletter og enkelte skjolder. Plancherne gennemgående i god stand. ¶ Første danske udgave med Oehlenschlägers tekstoversættelse.

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        Perspectivische Ansichten des Neuen Thors bei der Charité in Berlin, 2 Ansichten auf 1 Blatt.

      - Umrißradierungen n. Schinkel aus Sammlung architektonischer Entwürfe, um 1835, je 20 ( bzw. 25 ) x 36 Ernst, Bd. 2, S. 411 und 614.( = Schinkel Ent.- 24). - Dargestellt ist das Neue Tor am Ende der Invalidenstraße. Es war das letzte Stadttor, welches von 1832 -35 in Berlin ( nach Plänen von Schinkel ) errichtet wurde. Es wurde 1848 bei den Märzunruhen zerstört und wurde nicht wieder aufgebaut.

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        Danton's Tod. Dramatische Bilder aus Frankreichs Schreckensherrschaft.

      J. D. Sauerländer, Düsseldorf bzw. Berlin 1835 - 152 S. 4 Blatt Anzeigen. Kleinformatiger Leinenband mit fachgerecht erneuertem Leinenrücken unter Verwendung der ursprünglichen, zeitgenössischen leinenbezogenen Deckel und mit aufgezogenem altem Leinenrücken mit dem goldgeprägtem Rückentitel in schwarzer Schmuckkassette. Georg Büchner (1813-1837) schrieb "Danton's Tod" in nur fünf Wochen unter ständiger Furcht, aufgrund seines politischen Engagements verhaftet und wegen Hochverrats angeklagt zu werden. Im Februar 1835 sandte er das Manuskript an Karl Gutzkow, der den Verleger nur mit dem Zugeständnis von Kürzungen und Texteingriffen zum Druck des Dramas überreden konnte. Doch auch in dieser durch vorauseilende Selbstzensur "entschärften" Version bleibt festzuhalten: "Das von sehr realistischer Gesinnung erfüllte, alle deutschen veristischen Bestrebungen auf dem Gebiet des Dramas vor dem Ausbruch des Naturalismus übertreffende Stück "Danton's Tod" (Erstaufführung 1902 im Berliner Belle Alliance-Theater) hat trotz gewisser Unvollkommenheiten geniale Züge" (NDB II, 721). Es handelt sich um Büchners einzige selbständige literarische Veröffentlichung zu Lebzeiten, der lediglich die beiden anonymen Fassungen des "Hessischen Landboten" vorausgegangen waren und die Übersetzung zweier Dramen Victor Hugos sowie Büchners medizinische Dissertation in französischer Sprache folgten. Mit Buchbinderstempel des Restaurators. Das weiße Blatt vor dem Titel mit ergänzter Fehlstelle und auf Karton aufgezogen sowie mit (unvollständigem) altem Namenszug. Das Titelblatt ebenfalls mit altem Namenszug "Raeder". Die Seiten durchgängig braunfleckig sowie vereinzelt mit kleinen alten Wasserflecken am Seitenrand außerhalb des Textes sowie 2 älteren Bleistiftkommentaren auf den Seiten 27 und 69. Trotz der Gebrauchsspuren und des restaurierten Einbandes handelt es sich um ein insgesamt ordentliches, noch gut erhaltenes Exemplar des seltenen Bandes. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Horse Shoe Robinson, a Tale of the Tory Ascendency

      Carey, Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia 1835 - Two volumes bound together in leather and marbled boards. No author given on the title page. American novelist Kenndy's second novel, he was a leader in the effort to end slavery in Maryland and an advocate of religious tolerance. His friend and accociations included James Fenimore Cooper, Charles Dickens, Washington Irving (to whom there is a dedication page in this book), Edgar Allan Poe and William Gilmore Simms. BAL 11044 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CHAMBER'S INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE

      William and Robert Chambers, Edinburgh 1835 - Folio sized magazine bound in 1/4 leather over papered boards, edges rubbed and front joint 1/2 cracked but all holding. Contains issues #1 - #48 with an index up front. Many issues of this early magazine of travel, science and life contain articles of emigration to foreign countries such as; Canada, United States, New South Wales, Van Diemens Land and Nova Scotia all illustrated with in text maps. Additional issues are on domestic cookery (with over 130 recipes), B. Franklin, the dog, the horse, printing, The West Indies, The East Indies,China and the tea trade (with in text ill.), the steam engine, printing and the American war of independence and different scientific principles. Scarce as a collection. Binding G-, text NF or F.

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        Gesamtans., "Riedlingen an der Donau".

      - Aquatinta ( a.a. China ) v. Sperli n. Neukom, um 1835, 17 x 24,7 Schefold, Nr 9592. Blick gegen das Teutschbuch ( Schefold ).

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        Narrative Of A Second Voyage In Search Of A North-West Passage And Of A Residence In the Arctic Regions During the Years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833.

      A.W. Webster, London 1835 - Quarto, full contemporary leather, raised bands and gilt title on spine. Contemporary endpapers.Chipping to spine. Twenty illustrations, some hand colored. John Ross (1777-1856) was a British naval officer and arctic explorer. This imporant work recounts the voyage of John Ross to Arctic and discovery of the Magnetic North Pole. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De motu vibratorio animalium vertebratorum. Observationes recentissimas.

      Ohne Ort (Breslau/Bonn): ohne Verlag, 1835. hardcover. Gut. Originalartikel aus "Academia Caesareo-Leopoldina Naturae Curiosorum" Vol. XVII, P. II. (Acad. trad. d. XIII. Aprilis a. MDCCCXXXV.). Cum tabulis duabus / Mit zwei (lithogr., ausklappbaren) Tafeln. 4to. Neuer Pappband mit Bezug aus altem Buntpapier und gedrucktem Deckelschild, 1 Bl., S. (843) - 854, Tafeln. ADB 26, 717 ff. und ADB 39, 463 f. Gerlach: Geschichte der Mikroskopie, 283. - Berühmte, durch zwei lithographierte Tafeln illustrierte Arbeit zur Funktion der Kinozilien in der Schleimhaut von Wirbeltieren. Purkynes und Valentins Studien zur Bewegung des Flimmerepithels wurden durch den Kauf eines neuartigen achromatischen Mikroskops aus der Werkstatt von Georg Simon Plössl im Jahr 1832 ermöglicht. Im Laufe des Jahres 1835 erschienen mehrere Arbeiten der beiden Autoren zu dieser Entdeckung. - Breitrandiges und sauberes Exemplar der Originalarbeit in einem neuen, bibliophilen Buchbindereinband mit zeitgenössischem Butpapier. Tafeln am rechten Rand leicht schräg beschnitten, minimal gebräunt.

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        Prinsessans ABC bok.

      Johan Carl Hedboms förlag. Stockholm. 1835 Tryckt hos Carl Deleen. Bunden i ett samtida halvskinnband med söt bladdekor på pärmarna. Fyra upphöjda bind och sparsam förgyllning på rygg. 4:o. 1 graverat titelblad. [6], 82 sidor + 24 planscher. Bandet är renoverat vid bägge falsarna, pappersförluster på sid 2 utan att drabba texten, inlagan och planscherna är lätt solkade, inre falsar reparerade. Tecknaren och gravören är överstelöjtnant och kammarherren Fredrik Boije af Gennäs (1773-1857), har tecknat illustrationerna. Planscherna är fint handkolorerade. Denna fina barnbok är väldigt svårfunnen och rar.

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        Matthias and his impostures: or, the progress of fanaticism. Illustrated in the extraordinary case of Robert Matthews, and some of his forerunners and disciples

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1835. 347p. [+12p. ads], first edition, 6.25x4 inch green cloth boards lightly stained and frayed on corners and at head and tail of spine, patterned in blind, spine-titled gilt in narrow sansserrif, some foxing throughout and a few corners creased, otherwise a good copy of this remarkable book. Name and place in pencil to rear free endpaper. Small hole to top corner of same. The Kingdom of Matthias exemplified the wild religions of the second great awakening. Matthias, a self-proclaimed prophet, born Robert Matthew, embodied all of the religious contradictions of the period. Like many other self-proclaimed prophets, he mixed an eclectic batch of metaphors to fashion a message for the approaching millennium. Before his own conversion, he was an active anti-Mason and a fiery temperance advocate. His particular conversion experience caused him to believe that he was possessed with the spirit of God, and that he was one of many corporeal spirits running around the planet, some of which were good, some of which were evil.In the early 1830s, Matthias converted a wealthy NY businessman named Elijah Pierson, a Methodist social reformer who proselytized to the city's prostitutes. The Piersons, along with the family of another wealthy merchant, Benjamin Folger, established an upstate commune, Zion Hill, under Matthias' direction. Their small community, consisting of the two merchant families along with a smattering of other people - including a six foot tall former slave named Isabella von Wagenen, who had been a domestic servant before finding her calling as a Methodist preacher with a booming voice and who claimed to be influenced by spirit voices - was vegetarian, refused to drink alcohol, refused doctor's care for illness (sickness was a matter of possession by evil spirits), and practiced free love - all under Matthias's strict patriarchal direction. In 1835, Matthias was charged with murdering Pierson. Although he was acquitted, the sensationalism surrounding the trial and the accusations of free love against Zion Hill caused the community to collapse. Matthias moved west, first visiting Joseph Smith in Kirtland, then moving west across the Mississippi, where he tried to refound his community before falling into obscurity. Isabella von Wagenen, on the other hand, went in a very different direction. Implicated in the scandals, she sued the NY newspapers for libel based on their sensational reportage of her role in the Matthias sect. She wound up in the Millerite movement until shortly before its collapse, and her internal voices told her to become an itinerant minister. After preaching the gospel in NY and Connecticut for some months, she joined the utopian Northampton Association in western Massachusetts. While there, she became involved with the abolitionist movement, and changed her name, as her inner voices and her belief in Matthias told her - to Sojourner Truth.

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        Histoire universelle des voyages effectués par mer et par terre dans les cinq parties du monde, sur les divers points du globe [.]. Tome XXXII.

      Paris, Armand-Aubrée, [ca. 1835]. - 8vo. (2), 500 pp. With 3 engraved plates in original hand colour. Contemporary half calf with giltstamped spine. Edges marbled. Early French edition of the account of Burckhardt's travels in Arabia made during the years 1814-1817 ("Voyage en Arabie, comprenant une description des territoires du Hedjaz, regardés comme sacrés par les Mahométans"). The Lausanne-born Burckhardt (1784-1817) was a remarkable character, the first Westerner to visit the Holy Cities. In the guise of a pilgrim "he proceeded to perform the rites of pilgrimage at Mekka, go round the Kaaba, sacrifice, &c., and in every respect acquitted himself as a good Muslim. No Christian or European had ever accomplished this feat before; and the penalty of discovery would probably have been death. [.] Burckhardt possessed the highest qualifications of a traveller. Daring and yet prudent, a close and accurate observer, with an intimate knowledge of the people among whom he travelled, their manners and their language, he was able to accomplish feats of exploration which to others would have been impossible" (Stanley Lane-Poole, in: DNB VII, 293f.). - The first French edition was published by Bertrand in 1835 as a three-volume set; the present issue, released but a little later, appears in volume 32 of the monumental 46-volume set of travelogues edited by Montemont (1788-1861) between 1833 and 1837, volumes 31-37 of which formed the subset "Voyages en Asie". The final part of the volume (pp. 385 ff.) contains the account of Buckingham's "Voyage parmi les tribus Arabes qui habitent a l'est de la Syrie et de la Palestine" (1816). The three plates, engraved by Choubard after Massard, depict a Lady of Mecca, Bedouin Arab, and Turkish gentleman in their various costumes. Clean and well-preserved. OCLC 314051402. Cf. Macro 627. Howgego II, B76. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Entwurf für ein Monument Friedrich des Grossen in Berlin (4 Blätter).

      - Umrißradierungen v. Ferd. Berger n. Schinkel aus Sammlung architektonischer Entwürfe, um 1835, je 28,8 x 39,8 cm. Drei Entwürfe im Querformat zeigen unterschiedliche Reiterstandbilder auf Gebäuden. Ein Entwurf als Hochformat zeigt ein hohes Gebäude mit Siegesgöttin vor einem Park, darunter Grundrisse und Detaildarstellungen.

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        TA., Schloß Zeil, "Das fürstliche Schloss Zeil".

      - Lithographie v. Julius Moutoux n. Eduard Paulus, um 1835, 19,6 x 34,7 Schefold, Nr. 11515. - Sehr seltene Ansicht. Blilck von einer Anhöhe zum Schloß, im Hintergrund die Alpen. Das Schloss wird noch heute von der fürstl Familie von Waldburg-Zeil bewohnt.

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        System der analytischen Geometrie, auf neue Betrachtungsweisen gegründet, und insbesondere eine ausführliche Theorie der Curven dritter Ordnung enthaltend.

      Berlin Duncker & Humblot 1835 - (27 x 22,5 cm). XVI, 292 (1) S. Mit 6 gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Halblederband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe. "Plücker gave constructions for the cubics thus determined. A real affine classification based upon these constructions leads to 219 different types" (DSB). - Plücker (1801-1868) war Professor für Mathematik in Bonn und Halle. Seine Arbeiten waren durch den Neuaufbau der analytischen Geometrie für die projektive Geometrie von großer Wichtigkeit und bilden einen Meilenstein in der Überwindung der lange Zeit in Deutschland vorherrschenden synthetischen Geometrie. - Stempel auf Titel. Stellenweise leicht fleckig. Rücken etwas ausgebleicht und fleckig. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - DSB 11, 44 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        William Hogarth //

      1835 - Kolorierter Holzstich nach dem Selbstporträt von 1745; 18,5 x 14,5 (aus dem "Pfennig-Magazin" vom 24. Januar 1835) gestochen von John Jackson // Gut erhaltenes Exemplar. In good state

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        Voyage Dans L'inde Par Victor Jacquemont , Pendant Les Années 1828 à 1832. Publiée Sous Les Auspices De M. Guizot, Ministre De l'Instruction Publique. 6e livraison.

      Typographie De Firmin Didot Frères, Libraire, Paris 1835 - Cartonnage éditeur percaline verte, titres dorés sur premier plat. Couverture rose conservée, 424p non coupées, non rognées, suivies de 27 planches gravées hors texte, en pleine ou double page, sur les thèmes suivants: Rio de Janeiro, Cap de Bonne Espérance, Calcutta, Delhi, Ile Bourbon, Himalya, Tibet, lithographiées par Delsol, LeBlanc, Lemericer, etc.d'après des dessins de l'auteur. Size: In Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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