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2020-04-08 05:51:47
KLOSS (Dr. [George Franz Burkhard])
London: Sotheby & Son, 1835. 8vo (225 x 140 mm), xxiii, [1], [3]-343, [1]pp., , 8 lithographed plates (5 folding), later calf brown morocco, uncut, t.e.g. a nice copy. Scarce sale catalogue of the large celebrated collection of incunabula (mainly from German presses) and manuscripts gathered together by Professor Kloss, a physician from Frankfurt, built on the collections of Johannes von Dalberg, Bishop of Worms, Adelmann von Adelmannsted and the Church Library at Essligen. 4,682 lots. Provenance: From the reference library of E. P. Goldschmidt with initials stamped in gilt at base of spine. De Ricci, p.117.
Bookseller: Forest Books William Laywood [United Kingdom]
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2020-04-07 14:02:17
KLOSS (Dr. [George Franz Burkhard])
London: Sotheby & Son, 1835. 8vo (225 x 140 mm), xxiii, [1], [3]-343, [1]pp., , 8 lithographed plates (5 folding), later calf brown morocco, uncut, t.e.g. a nice copy. Scarce sale catalogue of the large celebrated collection of incunabula (mainly from German presses) and manuscripts gathered together by Professor Kloss, a physician from Frankfurt, built on the collections of Johannes von Dalberg, Bishop of Worms, Adelmann von Adelmannsted and the Church Library at Essligen. 4,682 lots. Provenance: From the reference library of E. P. Goldschmidt with initials stamped in gilt at base of spine. De Ricci, p.117. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Forest Books, ABA-ILAB [Grantham, LINCS, United Kingdom]
2020-04-06 19:46:09
FEARN, John].
London: B. Fellowes, Ludgate Street. 1835. FIRST EDITIONS. Two works bound in one, 8vo, pp. viii, 328; xiv, 232, without the half-title; some spotting and foxing in places throughout; in contemporary half calf, marbled boards, spine in compartments with title in black; joints cracked, slight loss to head of spine, and some wear. I. First edition of the third substantial work by the British Naval Office turned philosopher John Fearn (1768-1837). Fearn was heavily influenced by the work of Locke; in the present work, he examines what was known as the moral argument for immortality; anyone expecting from that a discussion of Kant's second Critique will find instead references to Tillotson, the discoveries made by Cook on his voyages, and the writings of Paley. He rejects the moral argument, but his reasons are human rather than philosophical. '[It] is not only defective in the eyes of some of those who profess to believe in a Deity; but, what is worse, the stronger it pleads its own cause, the stronger it urges the objection of the ATHEIST, and so defeats its own purpose whenever it attempts to eradicate infidelity'. Fearn was the author of a dozen books on philosophical subjects, most notably epistemology and visual perception. II. Uncommon first edition of the Rev. James Wills's Letters on the Philosophy of Unbelief, which gets a less than glowing 25 page review in The British Critic, Quarterly Theological Review (vol. XIX, 1836): '"The Philosophy of Unbelief," and "Philosophical Unbelief," in revealed religion, are not convertible terms. The former is the science of those c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pickering & Chatto [London, United Kingdom]
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2020-04-05 13:15:06
Lapie, M
chez Anselin, successeur de Magimel, libraire pour l'art, 1835. Fifth edition, revised and corrected; folio, pp. [8] plus 41 maps (8 double page, all hand-colored in outline, the map of the physical features of the world fully hand-colored) plus a plate of the armillary sphere uncolored; original roan-backed marbled paper-covered boards, yellow printed paper label on the upper cover; extremities worn, marbled paper peeling along the fore-edge of the upper cover, front hinge cracked, the binding a little shaken; the printed cover label touts this as the fourth edition, revised and corrected; complete and unrestored in the original binding. Many editions of this atlas appeared under various imprints and slightly different titles. No match for this exactly in OCLC, but another 1835 edition published by Anselin, but with a slightly different title, is at the Newberry.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (rulonmillerbooks) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2020-04-04 06:34:25
Thomas Boteler | [Captain William Fitzwilliam Owen]
Richard Bentley, London, 1835. Travel narrative by Thomas Boteler, of the survey expedition of HMS Barracouta and Leven as they survey the East African coast, and the River Gambia. Upon their return, they had surveyed 30,000 nautical mailes of coast, prepared 83 charts, and lost half their crew to tropical diseases. With four plates and few text illustrations. Wear to the joints, rubbing to the boards, surface loss to the edges of the boards, and spots of surface loss and creasing to the spine, especially one spot affecting the titling of Vol. II. Hinges feel fragile, though appear to be holding and are not cracked at the time of description. Half leather over marbled paper boards, with gilt lettering and designs along the spine. Good binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: BLACK SWAN BOOKS, INC., ABAA, ILAB [Richmond, VA, U.S.A.]
2020-04-04 06:04:04
Courier, Paul Louis:
Braunschweig, G. C. E. Meyer, 1835/36. 200, 252 Seiten. Einbände berieben und knickspurig. Unregelmäßiger Schnitt. Durchgehend, stellenweise stark stockfleckig. Einige Blätter nicht aufgeschnitten. Als Beilage: Ergebnis eines Roman-Wettbewerbs des Süddeutschen Verlages im Jahr 1959 und 1960. "Den dritten Preis erkannte die Jury Walter Staedtler zu für seine Biographie des französische Satirikers Courier de Mére (1772-1825).". Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1950 [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Neue Kritik [Frankfurt am Main, Germany]
2020-04-03 22:44:03
Strauß, David Friedrich
Tübingen (Osiander), 1835. XVI, 731 XII, 750 S. 1 Bl. Pappbände d.Zt. mit RSchild (Kanten beschabt innen teils etw. stockfleckig). * Erste Ausgabe. Ziegenfuß/J. II,652. Slg. Borst 1772. - Bedeutendstes Werk des zu den Junghegelianern zählenden Strauß. Es erregte gewaltiges Aufsehen, führte zu einer Kontroverse insbesondere mit den konservativen Althegelianern und markiert den Beginn der historisch-kritischen Jesusforschung
Bookseller: Antiquariat A. Suelzen [Germany]
2020-04-03 20:43:38
Gautier Théophile
Renduel Eugène, 1835. RARE ORIGINAL EDITION. Two in-8 volumes (13.7 x 21 cm), romantic half-calf binding, smooth back, without covers as often, 351 and 356 pages, ex-libris by Maurice Tézenas. "This capital work is perhaps the rarest of the romantics in good condition" (Carteret). Edition sought as much for the novel as for its preface, quite spicy satire of moral journalism; beautiful copy. RARE ORIGINAL EDITION. Two in-8 volumes (13.7 x 21 cm), romantic half-calf binding, smooth back, without covers as often, 351 and 356 pages, ex-libris by Maurice Tézenas. "This capital work is perhaps the rarest of the romantics in good condition" (Carteret). Edition sought as much for the novel as for its preface, quite spicy satire of moral journalism; beautiful copy.
Bookseller: abraxas-libris [Bécherel, FR]
2020-04-03 17:43:23
Anonymous
1835. First Edition. Softcover. Small 4to. Manuscript on paper. [2], 53 pp. Complete. Stitched (plain paper wrappers torn and frayed along spine, with loss), edges untrimmed. Minor blemishes to the text but unsophisticated. Preserved in a protective cloth case. Very good. Highly curious and apparently unpublished German Romantic play concerning the "Death of Lottchus" (in Part 1) and his ghost (in Part 2), "The Happiness of Marriage." The action takes place in Rubeland (Saxony-Anhalt). Other performers include Flanko, Wolf, Fritzus and his wife Perdestalla, Liebling, and Maloss. Despite extensive searching, we have been unable to find any reference to a play such as this. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books (nec-plus-ultra) [Lockhart, Texas, United States]
2020-04-03 01:03:06
Lyell, Charles
Published by John Murray, London, 1835. , Vol 1 - [8] xviii [2] 406 [4] pages; Vol 2 - [8] 465 [11] pages; Vol 3 - [8] 455 [5] pages; Vol 4 - [8] 456 [4] pages; 16 plates including 3 coloured plates, and 7 folding plates, finely bound Fourth Edition , the books are a little rubbed at corners and joints, book plate tipped to upper pastedowns, foxed at end papers, Vol 3 is foxed up to title page, textblock clear and tight in its binding, very good condition , navy blue diced calf, four raised bands with red title piece gilt blindstamping and gilt lettering to spine, gilt board edges, marbled endpapers, speckled edges , 12mo, 19cm x 11.5cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Keoghs Books [Stroud, United Kingdom]
2020-04-02 15:48:26
1835. as shown in the photos and described below. VIEW MY OTHER ITEMS ON EBAY Welcome to another Great item from SYOTTOYS and thanks for stopping by, after you have looked at this one, why not sit back, grab your favorite drink and spend some time checking out all the wonderful things I have to offer. just click above. but first look below and BID or BUY. NOTE: I will always combine items to save you shipping cost. HAVE A GREAT DAY! DESCRIPTION OF ITEM a great early book of maps called: Smith's Atlas, for schools, academise, and families. An Atlas, to accompany THE PRODUCTIVE GEOGRAPHY; by Roswell C. Smith. Containing: 1. a Map of the World 2. A Map of North America 3. A Map of the United States 4. A Map of the Easter States 5. A Map of the Middle States 6. A Map of the Southern States 7. A Map of the Western States 8. A Map of South America 9. A Map of Europe 10. A Map of Asia 11. A Map of Africa (wow has this changed) with a huge unexplored regions 12 A chart of the world. published in Philadelphia: W Marshall and co. and/or Hartford: daniel Burgess and co.---1835. you can see the cover has a bunch of ink lines, like it was used as a blotter. the front cover is almost no attached to the back cover, the maps are not connected to the covers and some maps are not attached to anything, but it is all here, so i am listing the entire book, VERY COOL. I PACK BETWEEN CARDBOARD FOR PROTECTION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: showmeyourpapers [Tilton, New Hampshire, US]
2020-04-01 18:45:05
Karl Joseph Brodtmann
Zürich, 1832, 1835. Original-Lithographie mit Portrait des Hofmalers Feodor Iwanowitsch auf festem und unbeschnittenem Büttenpapier. Blatt im unteren Rand mit wenigen Stockflecken. Portraitgröße: 13,3 x 16,6 cm; Blattgröße: 25,5 x 35,8 cm. - - - Carl Joseph Brodtmann hat zwischen 1832 und 1835 in Zürich verschiedene lithographische Portraits vergangener und gegenwärtiger Persönlichkeiten publiziert. Feodor Iwanowitsch war zu seiner Zeit ein gefeierter Künstler mit abenteuerlichem Lebenslauf. Als Nomadenkind aus der russischen Steppe verschleppt und von Zarin Katharina der Großen an die deutsche Verwandtschaft verschenkt, landete er als Page am Badischen Hof. Dort erkannte man sein zeichnerisches Talent und schickte ihn zur Kunstakademie. 1806 ernannte ihn Großherzog Karl Friedrich zum Hofmaler. F. Iwanowitsch scheint nicht mit jedermann Freund gewesen zu sein. So schrieb Goethe, der ihm 1815 begegnete, Feodor Iwanowitsch Kalmück sei ein mit vielen Talenten begabter Mann, der jedoch ins Naturalienkabinett erhöre und zwar ausgestopft. [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Germany]
2020-04-01 00:50:24
Benjamin Elliott; Martin Strobel
Good. Item #6129 Charleston: A.E. Miller, 1835. First Edition. Octavo; lxxxiv, 211 pp. Rebacked in brown leather with contemporary leather boards and red spine label with gilt lettering retained. Original leather scuffed and mottled, with rubbing along edges and corners. Dampstaining to text block, mostly to fore-edge margin though encroaching fairly deeply (but fairly lightly) into text in various sections. Text block rippled as a result and with some light foxing throughout, but text is all legible. Faint pencil ownership signature on front pastedown, else pages unmarked. Binding is sound. [Sabin 87704]. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: capitolhillbooksdc [Washington, District Of Columbia, US]
2020-03-31 14:29:29
Lemercier, Charles-Nicolas
Cuthbert [imprimé par Brioude], Paris. Paris, Cuthbert [printed by Brioude], nd, (1835). large lithograph in black (336 x 17.5 cm, 11' x 7") folded in 8 oblong formats. Large lithograph in black. SPECTACULAR AND RARE ALBUM. Link to additional photos available on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bibliophilia [Tampa, FL, U.S.A.]
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2020-03-31 07:25:44
1835. RARA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. NICCOLA NICOLINI AVVOCATO GENERALE DEL RE PRESSO LA CORTE SUPREMA DI GIUSTIZIA DI NAPOLI E PROFESSORE DI DRITTO PENALE NELLA REGIA UNIVERSITA' DEGLI STUDI QUISTIONI DI DRITTO TRATTATE NELLE CONCLUSIONI, NE' DISCORSI ED IN ALTRI SCRITTI LEGALI VOL. I - VI NAPOLI, dalla Tip. Salita Infrascata, Tip. Real Ministero dell' Interno, Tip. Dicesinia, 1835-41 ******** 6 Volumi In 8° grande (cm 22 x 14) Opera completa. Bella legatura coeva in piena pergamena; doppi tasselli bicromatici al dorso; titoli e fregi in oro; tomo 4 stampato dal Ministero dell'Interno e con dicitura 'seconda edizione'; minimi segni del tempo; peraltro, OTTIMO ESEMPLARE CARTE FRESCHE E CROCCANTI ******** Niccola Nicolini è considerato universalmente uno dei più grandi criminalisti italiani, lodato e definito dai giuristi d' oltralpe . "" L' aquila del Foro Napoletano "" ******** RARA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE.
Bookseller: epizefiri3 [Italia, IT]
2020-03-30 08:46:03
LODGE, EDWARD:
London, Harding, Mavor and Lepard. 1835.. 12 volumes. Hardbacks, Tall 8vo. 11 x 7.5 inches. Quarter bound in red morocco leather to spines and corners and marbled paper boards. Gilt edged boards, raised banding and gilt decoration and lettering to spines. Top page edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. In very good conditions. Some rubbing and general shelfwear to extremities; Edges rubbed corners bumped, paper chipped on edges, some rubbing to spines and ends. Rubbing to boards with some minor darkening. No previous owners bookplates or inscriptions. Some minor darkening to endpapers. Pages all very clean and tight. Some darkening to edges of plates, some with some mild foxing to edges, some more foxed than others but overall very clean and strong plates. Else a very clean and tight set. 12 vols: Illustrated with 240 copper plates, all with tissue-guards, by various hands after Hoppner, Van Dyke, Holbein, Kneller, Lawrence, Gainsborough, Copley and others. Preface (publ. with the first edition in folio), Appendix to Preface (letter from Sir Walter Scott, to the publisher, in which he expressed his obligation to Lodge's writings ). Letterpress is nice and large (easy to read). Portraits include: Elizabeth of York ,Cardinal Wolsey, Walter Scott, the Duke of Wellington, Henry 8th, etc., etc.;
Bookseller: The Antique Map & Bookshop [United Kingdom]
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2020-03-30 07:29:03
Le Cointe de Laveau, G
Moscou, Auguste Semen, 1835. 2eme Edition considerablement augmentee. 374 Seiten, 2 Abb. im Text. Mit einem großen, mehrf. gefalteten Plan, 2 Tafeln mit Ansichten und eine Tabelle. 8°, Schlichte Interimsbroschur der Zeit. [The 2nd volume only] - Dem Wesen einer Interimsbroschur entsprechend (gegen Ende) nicht allzufest geheftet. Unbeschnitten und entsprechend ungleiche Blattränder. Einband mit Lagerspuren, innen anfangs etwas braunfleckig, gegen Ende hin insgesamt 4 Seiten mit Randstrichen mit rotem Farbstift. Sonst sauber. Einzelband, Hier nur der 2. von 2 Bänden, jedoch mit dem großen Faltplan von Moskau. -In französischer Sprache. [9 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Cottage Antiquariat [Austria]
2020-03-30 06:36:04
Saint-Saens, Camille
French composer, organist, conductor and pianist (1835-1921), one of the greatest late-romantic composers. Large signed photo portrait of an old painting of the composer, inscribed and dated by him in 1917. Photo is mounted on a mat where he signs. Mat's size is 10.9 x 13.3 inches, photo is 8.25 x 10.5 inches, water stains over left border, otherwise in very good condition.
Bookseller: Tamino Autographs [United States]
2020-03-29 21:30:09
Schlegel, Julius Heinrich Gottlieb:
Hildburghausen, Kesselring'sche Hofbuchhandlung, 1835. EA, 127+302 S., OPbd. d. Zeit, Bibliotheksexemplar, gut erhalten [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Rüger [Frankfurt am Main, Germany]
2020-03-29 18:54:14
Buffon
1835. Belle reliure romantique très fraîche. + de 335 planches d'animaux (+900 animaux). Buffon. Histoire naturelle. Quadrupèdes et Oiseaux. Matières générales. Edition Duménil, 1835-1836. 9 volumes in-8. Belle reliure romantique. Plus de 336 planches. Georges-Louis Leclerc, comte de Buffon Oeuvres complètes de Buffon avec les suppléments, augmentés de la classification de G. Cuvier, et accompagnés de 700 vignettes gravées sur acier, représentant au moins 900 animaux. Paris, P. Duménil, 1835-1836 [Typographie de Firmin Didot frères, Paris] 9 volumes in-8 (21,5 x 13,5 cm) de 400 à 500 pages chaque environ (collationné complet), avec 148 planches pour les Quadrupèdes, 188 planches pour les Oiseaux et quelques autres planches dans les premiers volumes, soit plus de 336 planches en noir hors-texte avec le plus souvent deux animaux par planche. Collationné complet de toutes les planches requises. Reliure demi-veau rouge strictement de l'époque. Dos lisses orné doré "romantique", plats de papier marbré, petits coins de parchemin. Très belle série homogène. Rousseurs habituelles pour cette publication, plus ou moins importantes selon les feuillets, la majorité des feuillets sans rousseurs néanmoins, les planches sont bien fraîches avec peu de rousseurs pour la plupart. Quelques piqûres de vers sans gravité.Texte sur deux colonnes en petits caractères. Cet ensemble complet en 9 volumes comprend 4 volumes de Matières générales, 2 volumes pour les Quadrupèdes et 3 volumes pour les oiseaux. Buffon (1707-1788) est surtout notoire pour son Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière, a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2020-03-29 14:19:03
F.-E. GUÉRIN
.-E. Guérin : Dictionnaire pittoresque d'Histoire Naturelle et des phénomènes de la nature Paris, 1835, Imprimerie de Cosson. Contient l'histoire des animaux, des végétaux, des minéraux, des météores, des principaux phénomènes physiques et des curiosités naturelles, avec des détails sur l'emploi des production des trois règnes dans les usages de la vie, les arts et métiers et les manufactures. Rédigé par une société de naturalistes. 11 volumes dont deux de planches illustratives (certaines en couleurs). Bon état, coins frottés et coiffes frottés.
Bookseller: La Nuit des Rois [France, Bordeaux]
2020-03-29 13:38:05
Österreichische Monarchie
1835. Geschenkexemplar des österr. Kaiserhauses.- Statistisches "Tabellen- u. Kartenwerk" mit einer unglaublichen Fülle von Zahlen u. Daten über die Bewohner, Staatsverfassung und Verwaltung, Finanz-Verwaltung; Justiz-Verwaltung, Politische Verwaltung, Cultur (u.a. Landwirtschaft, Bergbau, Fabriken, Privatindustrie, Schiffahrt, Strassen- u. Wasserbau, Klerus, Zeitungswesen, Lehranstalten) der Monarchie im allgemeinen. Im anschließenden Kapitel "Provinzial - Uibersichten" werden dann die einzelnen Kronländer im speziellen behandelt.- Mit einem "Plan und statistische Uibersicht der Provinzial Hauptstadt Innsbruck für das Jahr 1835".- Ebd. etw. wasserfleckig u. berieben.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2020-03-29 06:13:18
Thomas Boteler | [Captain William Fitzwilliam Owen]
London: Richard Bentley, 1835. Half Leather. Good binding. Travel narrative by Thomas Boteler, of the survey expedition of HMS Barracouta and Leven as they survey the East African coast, and the River Gambia. Upon their return, they had surveyed 30,000 nautical mailes of coast, prepared 83 charts, and lost half their crew to tropical diseases. With four plates and few text illustrations. Wear to the joints, rubbing to the boards, surface loss to the edges of the boards, and spots of surface loss and creasing to the spine, especially one spot affecting the titling of Vol. II. Hinges feel fragile, though appear to be holding and are not cracked at the time of description. Half leather over marbled paper boards, with gilt lettering and designs along the spine. Good binding.
Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc. [United States]
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2020-03-28 23:18:03
LODGE, EDWARD:
London, Harding, Mavor and Lepard. 1835. 12 volumes. Hardbacks, Tall 8vo. 11 x 7.5 inches. Quarter bound in red morocco leather to spines and corners and marbled paper boards. Gilt edged boards, raised banding and gilt decoration and lettering to spines. Top page edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. In very good conditions. Some rubbing and general shelfwear to extremities; Edges rubbed corners bumped, paper chipped on edges, some rubbing to spines and ends. Rubbing to boards with some minor darkening. No previous owners bookplates or inscriptions. Some minor darkening to endpapers. Pages all very clean and tight. Some darkening to edges of plates, some with some mild foxing to edges, some more foxed than others but overall very clean and strong plates. Else a very clean and tight set. 12 vols: Illustrated with 240 copper plates, all with tissue-guards, by various hands after Hoppner, Van Dyke, Holbein, Kneller, Lawrence, Gainsborough, Copley and others. Preface (publ. with the first edition in folio), Appendix to Preface (letter from Sir Walter Scott, to the publisher, in which he expressed his obligation to Lodge's writings ). Letterpress is nice and large (easy to read). Portraits include: Elizabeth of York ,Cardinal Wolsey, Walter Scott, the Duke of Wellington, Henry 8th, etc., etc.; [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: PROCTOR / THE ANTIQUE MAP & BOOKSHOP [DORCHESTER, United Kingdom]
2020-03-28 12:26:09
MONRO, Vere.
London: Richard Bentley, 1835. 2 volumes, octavo (210 x 130 mm). Contemporary half calf by E. Burn of Brighton (with his ticket), smooth spines divided by gilt and blind fillets and a rope-twist roll, gilt decoration to first, third and fifth compartments, dark brown labels, Antique Spot pattern marbled paper sides, reddish-brown speckled edges, drab terracotta-coated endpapers. Bindings rubbed, endpapers foxed, front inner hinges cracked but sound. An attractive copy. Lithograph frontispiece to each volume, by C. Hamberger (vol. I) and Walton (vol. II) after C. E. Monro, printed by Charles Hullmandel. First edition of an uncommon and entertaining narrative, commended by the reviewer of The London & Westminster Review as of "more than ordinary merit"; Monro's "descriptions are spirited and graphic; his style is lively and idiomatic, devoid of stiffness or affectation" and "without making any pretensions to the higher qualities required of a traveller [he] possesses qualifications of another kind, in a degree not possessed by the majority of travellers; an adventurous and determined spirit, and great capability of enduring fatigue and privation" (Vol. XXV, June and July 1836). Monro graduated from University College, Oxford, took orders in 1825, and in 1826 was appointed curate of Stokesley, in the diocese of York, his contemporary reviewer remarking that he was proof that "the race of hard-riding parsons" was not extinct in England. The Egyptian leg of Monro's journey was written up by his travelling companion James Augustus St John - an odd fringe figure in the worlds of L … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
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2020-03-28 09:48:36
Rumohr, C. F. v
1835. Rümann 2494; Seebaß 1665; Ehmke-H. 10.- Erste Ausgabe.- LKJ III, 441: 'Speckters Tierliebe und die Genauigkeit im Erfassen der Kreatur zeigten sich vor allem in den Radierungen zur 'Kynalopekomachia' des Freiherrn von Rumohr, seines Gönners von Jugend auf ...' - Dezenter Namenseintrag 'Weymann' (?) auf Vortitel.- Schönes, frisches, breitrandiges Exemplar in einem schön gearbeiteten Einband aus der Werkstatt des Pariser Buchbinders Devauchelle. Kynalopekomachia. Der Hunde Fuchsenstreit. Lübeck, v. Rohdensche Buchhandlung, 1835. 1 w. Bl., Vortitel, Titel, 150 S., 2 w. Bll. Mit sechs Radierungen von Otto Speckter auf aufgewalztem China . Spät. Hldr. m. RVerg. u. marmor. Deckeln (Vorsatz mit Stempelsignatur 'Devauchelle'). von Rumohr, C. F. v. Autor(en) Rumohr, C. F. v.Verlag / Jahr 1835Sprache Gewicht ca. 500 gBestell-Nr 68987Bemerkungen Rümann 2494; Seebaß 1665; Ehmke-H. 10.- Erste Ausgabe.- LKJ III, 441: 'Speckters Tierliebe und die Genauigkeit im Erfassen der Kreatur zeigten sich vor allem in den Radierungen zur 'Kynalopekomachia' des Freiherrn von Rumohr, seines Gönners von Jugend auf ...' - Dezenter Namenseintrag 'Weymann' (?) auf Vortitel.- Schönes, frisches, breitrandiges Exemplar in einem schön gearbeiteten Einband aus der Werkstatt des Pariser Buchbinders Devauchelle.Unser Preis EUR 665,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2020-03-27).
Bookseller: Danckwerth (antiquariat-schramm) [Kiel, DE]
2020-03-28 00:58:13
William Apes
Boston Mass: Jonathan Howe. Rare Antique Native American History Book "THE MARSHPEE TRIBE" 1835 The Pretended Riot Explained. Antique Book by Author William Apes. Published by Jonathan Howe in Boston Mass. Book measures 7" X 4 1/2" See all pictures for Condition. Book was found in a underground NYC/Park Ave safe vault with a Picasso boy with pipe painting. William Apess (1798-1839, Pequot) (also known as William Apes before 1837), was an ordained methodist minister, writer, and activist of Mixed race descent, who was a political and religious leader in Massachusetts. After becoming ordained as a Methodist minister in 1829, he published his autobiography the same year. It is among the first autobiographies by a Native American writer. Apess was part Pequot by descent, especially through his mother's family, and identified with their culture. In 1833, while serving as an itinerant preacher in New England, Apess visited the Mashpee on Cape Cod. Hearing their grievances against white overseers and settlers who stole their wood, he helped organize what was called the Mashpee Revolt of 1833-34. Their attempt to regain civil rights was covered sympathetically by the Boston Advocate,but criticized by local journals on Cape Cod. Apess published a book about the experience in 1835, which he summarized as "Indian Nullification." Apess alienated many of his supporters before dying in New York City at age 41, but he has been described as "perhaps the most successful activist on behalf of Native American rights in the antebellum United States.
Bookseller: ecoolthings [Kissimmee, Florida, US]
2020-03-27 17:46:19
Gautier Théophile
Renduel Eugène, 1835. Condition: Ottime condizioni. RARA PRIMA EDIZIONE. Due volumi in-8 ( 13,7 x 21 cm), romantica associazione laterale, posteriore liscio, senza le coperture come spesso, 351 e 356 pagine, ex-libris di Maurice Tézenas. "Questo importante libro è forse il più raro dei romantici in buone condizioni" (Carteret). Edizione ricercata per il romanzo per la sua prefazione, piuttosto pungente satira del giornalismo morale; Bella copia.
Bookseller: abraxas-libris [Bécherel, FR]
2020-03-27 14:48:07
Thomas Boteler / [Captain William Fitzwilliam Owen
Richard Bentley, 1835. Half Leather. Travel narrative by Thomas Boteler, of the survey expedition of HMS Barracouta and Leven as they survey the East African coast, and the River Gambia. Upon their return, they had surveyed 30,000 nautical mailes of coast, prepared 83 charts, and lost half their crew to tropical diseases. With four plates and few text illustrations. Wear to the joints, rubbing to the boards, surface loss to the edges of the boards, and spots of surface loss and creasing to the spine, especially one spot affecting the titling of Vol. II. Hinges feel fragile, though appear to be holding and are not cracked at the time of description. Half leather over marbled paper boards, with gilt lettering and designs along the spine. Good binding.
Bookseller: Black Swan Books Inc (blackswan.books) [Richmond, Virginia, United States]
2020-03-27 14:47:10
GOZZADINI, Giovanni
Firenze: Tipografia all'Insegna di Dante, 1835. 1835 Life of Armaciotto Ramazzotti Italian Nobility Papacy Knight of Golden SpurArmaciotto de' Ramazzotti was a 15th-century Italian nobleman who held prestigious positions in high royal courts. He served in the ranks for Giovanni Bentivoglio as well as Pope Julius II and other popes into the 16th-century. However, his life's achievement is best summed up by his knighthood by the Order of the Golden Spur, an impressive feat in the Catholic Church.An ENORMOUS commentary and sketch of his life was published by Giovanni Gozzadini in 1835 - a huge piece!Item number: #10121Price: $795GOZZADINI, GiovanniMemorie storiche intorno alla vita di Armaciotto de' RamazzottiFirenze : Tipografia all'Insegna di Dante, 1835. 1st editionDetails:· Collation: Complete with all pageso 41, [2]o Some illustrations throughout o Some staining from water damage on all pages.· Language: Italian· Binding: Leather; tight and secure· Size: ~19in X 13in (48cm x 32cm)· Very rare and desirableOur Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!10121Photos available upon request
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2020-03-27 05:56:22
1835. RARA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. NICCOLA NICOLINI AVVOCATO GENERALE DEL RE PRESSO LA CORTE SUPREMA DI GIUSTIZIA DI NAPOLI E PROFESSORE DI DRITTO PENALE NELLA REGIA UNIVERSITA' DEGLI STUDI QUISTIONI DI DRITTO TRATTATE NELLE CONCLUSIONI, NE' DISCORSI ED IN ALTRI SCRITTI LEGALI VOL. I - VI NAPOLI, dalla Tip. Salita Infrascata, Tip. Real Ministero dell' Interno, Tip. Dicesinia, 1835-41 ******** 6 Volumi In 8° grande (cm 22 x 14) Opera completa. Bella legatura coeva in piena pergamena; doppi tasselli bicromatici al dorso; titoli e fregi in oro; tomo 4 stampato dal Ministero dell'Interno e con dicitura 'seconda edizione'; minimi segni del tempo; peraltro, OTTIMO ESEMPLARE CARTE FRESCHE E CROCCANTI ******** Niccola Nicolini è considerato universalmente uno dei più grandi criminalisti italiani, lodato e definito dai giuristi d' oltralpe . "" L' aquila del Foro Napoletano "" ******** RARA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE.
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2020-03-26 17:03:02
TOCQUEVILLE, ALEXIS: DE
Bruxelles: Luois Hauman et Comp., 1835. Due volumi. [3], XXVIII, 413; [3], 509 pagine. 15x10 cm. Rilegatura coeva in mezza pelle con impressioni e titoli in oro al dorso. Lievissime abrasioni ai margini. Interni molto buoni, con lievi bruniture e sporadiche fioriture. Collocazioni di precedenti biblioteche private manoscritte sui fogli di guardia. Una grande cartina ripiegata degli Stati Uniti nel primo volume. Ottimo esemplare, in cofanetto cartonato moderno. [M181] Rara edizione belga, pubblicata lo stesso anno della prima parigina, di questo classico del pensiero politico-filosofico ottocentesco.
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2020-03-26 00:45:11
MAZAUDIER.
Paris, Desauche, Didot, Bachelier, Lecointe, et Toulon, Bellue, 1835.1 vol. in-8, (21 x 13,5 cm) ; [2] ff., 492 pp. et 13 pl. dépl. Reliure en demi-basane, dos à faux-nerfs, pièce de titre. Dos passé et tacheté. Page de titre usée en pied. Mouillures. Avec un appendice sur les bâteaux à vapeur. Les treize planches ici reliées in-fine pouvaient être reliées à part dans un atlas in-4. Ouvrage très rare mais malheureusement ici incomplet : il manque les pages 315 à 324. Exemplaire de Gaston de Rocquemaurel, second de Dumond d'Urville, portant sa signature au premier contreplat et à la page de titre. Liste des chapitres : Établissement des cales de construction et des tins. / Description sommaire des principales pièces de la charpente des navires. / Des accessoires de la charpente des bâtimens de mer. / Du travail particulier à chacune des pièces de la charpente des navires, constituant ce qu'on appelle un vaisseau monté en bois tors. / Du travail particulier des pièces des ponts, du vaigrage, et du revêtement extérieur. / Des apparaux qui servent pour mettre en place l'étrave, les couples de levée, et l'arcasse. / Du perçage, du chevillage, du clouage, et des chevilles de manœuvre. / Du calfatage. / De quelques systèmes particuliers, dans certaines parties de la charpente des vaisseaux. / Des différentes classes de navires, et de la distribution de l'artillerie, à bord des bâtimens de guerre. / Dimensions principales des bâtimens de la marine royale. / Des différentes espèces de clous employés dans la mrine royale. / Des différentes essences de bois, et de la recette des bois … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-26 00:45:07
MAZAUDIER.
Desauche, Didot, Bachelier, Lecointe, et Toulon, Bellue,, Paris, 1835. 1 vol. in-8, (21 x 13,5 cm) ; [2] ff., 492 pp. et 13 pl. dépl. Reliure en demi-basane, dos à faux-nerfs, pièce de titre. Dos passé et tacheté. Page de titre usée en pied. Mouillures. Avec un appendice sur les bâteaux à vapeur. Les treize planches ici reliées in-fine pouvaient être reliées à part dans un atlas in-4. Ouvrage très rare mais malheureusement ici incomplet : il manque les pages 315 à 324. Exemplaire de Gaston de Rocquemaurel, second de Dumond d'Urville, portant sa signature au premier contreplat et à la page de titre. Liste des chapitres : Établissement des cales de construction et des tins. / Description sommaire des principales pièces de la charpente des navires. / Des accessoires de la charpente des bâtimens de mer. / Du travail particulier à chacune des pièces de la charpente des navires, constituant ce qu'on appelle un vaisseau monté en bois tors. / Du travail particulier des pièces des ponts, du vaigrage, et du revêtement extérieur. / Des apparaux qui servent pour mettre en place l'étrave, les couples de levée, et l'arcasse. / Du perçage, du chevillage, du clouage, et des chevilles de man?uvre. / Du calfatage. / De quelques systèmes particuliers, dans certaines parties de la charpente des vaisseaux. / Des différentes classes de navires, et de la distribution de l'artillerie, à bord des bâtimens de guerre. / Dimensions principales des bâtimens de la marine royale. / Des différentes espèces de clous employés dans la mrine royale. / Des différentes essences de bois, et de la recette des boi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-25 16:15:20
FÂRÎD AL-DIN ATTAR (Abû Hamîd bin Abû Bakr Ibrâhîm), (Attar of Nishapur), (1145-1221).
[Istanbul]: [AH 1251 Rubu'al-Avval], 1835. 1st Edition . Leather. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Original decorative dark brown full leather bdg. 44 p. Printed on a special paper with an early 18th century watermark. The Advice by Attâr includes 901 couplet in Persian. Attar Persian poet, Sufi, theoretician of mysticism, and hagiographer, born ca. 540/1145-46 at Nisapur, and died there in 618/1221. His name was Abû ?âmed Mo?ammad b. Abî Bakr Ebrâhîm or, according to Ebn al-Fowatî, b. Sa'd b. Yûsof. ?Attâr and Farîd-al-dîn were his pen-names. It seems that 'Attâr was not well known as a poet in his own lifetime, except at Nisâpûr. 'Awfî, who traveled widely, may have heard about him while staying there , or perhaps from Majd-al-dîn Bagdâdî if this Majd-al-dîn was their common Sufi mentor, though Awfî appears to have only known about Attâr's lyric poetry. Farid al-din 'Attar is one of the most famous spiritual poets of Persia. His works were the inspiration of Rumi and many other mystical poets. 'Attar, along with Sana'i were two of the greatest influences on Rumi in his Sufi views. Rumi has mentioned both of them with the highest esteem several times in his poetry. Rumi praises 'Attar as follows: "Attar roamed the seven cities of love... we are still just in one alley." 'Attar reached an age of well over 80 and died a violent death in the massacre which the Mongols inflicted on Nishapour in April 1221. The world depicted in 'Attar's works reflects the whole evolution of the Sufi movement. The starting point is the idea that the body-bound soul's awaited release and r … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-25 08:53:26
ANDRADE. (José Ignacio de)
1835. E da Entrada Violenta dos Inglezes NA CIDADE DE MACÁO Auctor José Ignacio Andrade. Segunda Edição. Na Typografia Lisbonense. Lisboa. 1835. In 8º de 18,7x12,4 cm. Com 161, [iii] págs. Encadernação inteira de chagrin, com nervos e com elaborados ferros a ouro na lombada e nas pastas, onde formam uma tarja com o super libros do Conde de Sucena na pasta anterior e um florão na pasta posterior. Cortes das folhas carminados. Exemplar com ex-libris do Conde de Sucena colado no interior da encadernação, ex-libris do Contra Almirante João Correia Pereira colado na flha de guarda e carimbo oleográfico brasonado na folha de rosto. A obra foi publicada em versão reduzida e anónima,em 1817, naMnemosine Lusitana.A 1ª edição em livro foi publicada em 1824. Esta rara segunda edição em livro é muito aumentada e corrigida. Obra consta de proémio, introdução, duas partes e erratas nas folhas finais. Esta obra como outros seus escritos são reflexo das suas viagens e demonstram, por um lado, a sua capacidade de observação e de relacionamento (foi admitido nos meios mais altos e mais cerrados aos europeus do Império Chinês) e, por outro, a sua enorme cultura geral na qual se encastravam algumas indeléveis marcas: uma antipatia indisfarçável pelos ingleses, uma não menos confessada simpatia por Napoleão e a aberta adesão às doutrinas dos Enciclopedistas. José Inácio de Andrade (Santa Maria, Açores 1780 - Lisboa 1863) comerciante e armador de navios, realizou várias viagens à Índia e à China. Foi vereador da Câmara Municipal de Lisboa a partir de 1837 e seu Presidente nos anos de 1838 e 1839 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-25 00:04:08
MACANZONI DOMENICO
Verona, 1835. Acquatinta, mm 355x410 incisa su proprio soggetto da Macanzoni, noto pittore veronese (1803-1873) figlio d'arte, che fu autore di importanti dipinti di genere vedutistico; da questi fu tratta l'importante serie di 12 stampe, dalla quale Ë tratta la presente. Splendido esemplare a pieni ed ampi margini. Nr.cat: L1000957
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2020-03-24 15:40:50
[ORTHOPAEDICS]. HUMBERT, François, and M.N. JACQUIER.
1835. Two volumes, 8vo text and large 4to atlas; pp. xiii, viii, 554; pp. [viii], and 30 lithographed plates (4 anatomical and 26 of apparatus, the latter accompanied by 15 leaves of explanation); some minor spotting to text with occasional marginal dampstaining, atlas volume a little foxed and browned; Rare first edition. Humbert was the first to make any progress on a problem unsolved since antiquity -- reduction of a dislocation of the hip. Taking advantage of the latest information on the anatomy of the hip presented by Dupuytren and Vrolik, Humbert developed manipulative techniques which he claimed succeeded in reducing both congenital and pathological dislocations in brief sessions. While successors such as Pravaz and Gerdy considered that he achieved a transposition and not a true reduction, both acknowledged that his innovative work was the impetus to the successful reductions achieved by Pravaz in the 1840s. "Humbert was one of the first who tried to correct congenital dislocations of the hip without operation. His book on this procedure (published together with Jacquier) and his other works are adorned with excellent, precisely detailed construction drawings of the apparatus invented by him..." (Valentin, Geschichte der Orthopädie, 120-121 and 205-206, in translation). This rare book is unusual and elegant both in its typography and illustration. Four of the plates illustrate the hip, and the remainder show precise details of the apparatus that Humbert and Jacquier devised. Humbert, who described himself as a "médecin-orthopédiste" opened one of the first orthopae … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-23 20:57:15
LUDLOW, William Andrew.
Day and Haghe, [ 1835]., London. First edition of a spectacular panorama made from drawings by a British serviceman on the long sea voyage home to England. It depicts members of the Bengal Native Infantry on the march with horses, camels and elephants and includes a Hindu priest, native officers, water-carriers, laundry-men, sepoys, a coffee party, a 'cart in which Native Females ride and 'Fakeers denouncing their flying Friends'. The Bengal Native Infantry, comprising mainly indigenous troops, originated with the East India Company's Bengal Army and was central to British power in India; it was only disbanded after the Indian Mutiny (1857). William Ludlow was one of their British officers, apparently with numerous postings over a relatively long period, notably in the suppression of 'Thuggee' violence against British interests in Bengal.This is also a very early British example of 'zincography', perhaps one of the earliest substantial projects in this media. In 1834, the Frenchman Breugnot obtained a 15 year patent for a new lithographic process in which zinc plates replace the more traditional lithographic stones. The Literary Gazette of 1834 contains a brief notice of specimen by Day and Haghe of this new process, the publishers of Ludlow's remarkable large scale prints the following year. Panorama (114 × 8820 mm) being 18 joined zincographed plates (each 114 × 490 mm), all with original hand colour, plus explanation plate and a letterpress review from the United Service Journal, April 1835. Original cylindrical box with lid, around which is mounted the original title pl … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-23 17:12:12
War of 1812]. Mitchell, John
1835. The Failure of British Forces in the War of 1812[War of 1812]. Mitchell, John.[Autograph Manuscript] British Troops in America: Colonel Napier's Speech at Bath.[London]: 1835. 6 pp. with integral address. Folio. 10.5 x 16.5 inches. Good. Separated at folds, edge worn and torn, a few chips, one affecting a few words at the end of about a dozen lines of text, light soiling. Item #44071 Manuscript with numerous corrections and additions concerning the failure of the British military in the War of 1812. In late 1835 then Colonel William Francis Patrick Napier (1785-1860) member of the British Army and a military historian, gave speech at Bath which the Sunday Times reported, claiming he had criticized the British soldiers in the War of 1812 as failing because they "stood as patriots and freemen, on less firm and less elevated ground than the Americans themselves" which John Mitchell notes at the very beginning of this article published in the January 1836 issue of "United Service Journal and Naval and Military Service Magazine" (pp. 84-92). Defending the soldiers, Mitchell goes on to launch an attack on Napier's speech and the British command and their tactics. "The failure of the British troops at New Orleans was as complete as possible; but patriotism or want of patriotism, had nothing to do with the business.... The military policy of England, guided by men, ignorant alike of the strength and the weakness of armies, swayed besides by the influence of philanthropic and economical patriots, whose evil counsel fell, like a death-bearing pestilence, on the ranks of the arm … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-23 15:27:04
Pugin, Augustus Welby.
1835. London: Ackermann, Weale, and Dolman, 1835-1851. 7 vols. in 2, large 4to, bound in full green and full red morocco, very richly stamped in gold and with onlays in green on the red volume, and the green volume with the Order of the Garter device on both covers; boards bevelled (red volume) or rolled (green volume), backstrips richly gilt, all edges on both volumes deeply gauffred. In virtually flawless condition. Full collations and plate counts as per Fowler (see below). § An absolutely astonishing collection of all but one of Pugin's major works, perhaps his own copies bound for him in unsigned bindings of the very highest quality and with his name stamped at the foot of the backstrip of the red volume. The later bookplate of Samuel Joshua Cooper is pasted in both volumes over an earlier bookplate (perhaps Pugin's?). The only significant volume not present is his controversial book "Contrasts", privately issued in 1836. For detailed descriptions of each volume see Fowler 264, 261, 263, 262, 266, 268, and 272. The Bookpress suggests that the first four works were in fact issued together; perhaps the remaining three also were, as they were certainly reprinted together later by Bohn. Weinreb confirms that in his monumental "The Arts Applied" (1975).
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [U.S.A.]
2020-03-21 19:08:06
LUDLOW, William Andrew.
London: Day and Haghe, [, 1835. Panorama (114 × 8820 mm) being 18 joined zincographed plates (each 114 × 490 mm), all with original hand colour, plus explanation plate and a letterpress review from the United Service Journal, April 1835. Original cylindrical box with lid, around which is mounted the original title plate/label (now rubbed and soiled), the lid with a gold band. Some light thumbing throughout, one or two plates slightly clumsily joined (obscuring a very narrow sliver of the image). Occasional expert marginal repairs. A remarkable survival, in rolled format, complete with all requisite parts. First edition of a spectacular panorama made from drawings by a British serviceman on the long sea voyage home to England. It depicts members of the Bengal Native Infantry on the march with horses, camels and elephants and includes a Hindu priest, native officers, water-carriers, laundry-men, sepoys, a coffee party, a 'cart in which Native Females ride and 'Fakeers denouncing their flying Friends'. The Bengal Native Infantry, comprising mainly indigenous troops, originated with the East India Company's Bengal Army and was central to British power in India; it was only disbanded after the Indian Mutiny (1857). William Ludlow was one of their British officers, apparently with numerous postings over a relatively long period, notably in the suppression of 'Thuggee' violence against British interests in Bengal. This is also a very early British example of 'zincography', perhaps one of the earliest substantial projects in this media. In 1834, the Frenchman Breugnot obtained a 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Justin Croft [United Kingdom]
2020-03-20 18:30:11
HUGO Victor
- Eugène Renduel, Paris 1835, 14x22cm, relié. - Erstausgabe im Gesamtwerk des Autors. Einband in vollrotem Marokko, Rücken mit fünf Nerven, marmoriertem Papierschalen, Papierschutz und Gegenplatten im Tank, Rahmung aus goldener Spitze auf den Gegenplatten, alle goldenen Scheiben, doppelte goldene Fäden an den Schnitten, sehr elegant signierter Einband von Cuzin. Sehr schöne Kopie perfekt etabliert. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale parue dans les oeuvres complètes de l'auteur. Notre exemplaire est enrichi de deux portraits gravés dont un en frontispice. Reliure en plein maroquin rouge, dos à cinq nerfs, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, encadrement d'une dentelle dorée sur les contreplats, toutes tranches dorées, doubles filets dorés sur les coupes, très élégante reliure signée de Cuzin. Très bel exemplaire, sans mention d'édition, parfaitement établi en pleine reliure de Cuzin.
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [France]
2020-03-20 11:15:11
Mennechet
Crapelet 1835 in4. demi veau. complet de toutes les planches en couleur
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2020-03-20 11:11:03
Boswell, James.
New York: 1835. ***********PLEASE CLICK ON THE DESCRIPTION IF YOU ARE ON YOUR PHONE TO SEE MORE PHOTOS AND READ THE DESCRIPTION****************Leather. Small 8vo. John Murray, London. 1835. 10 volumes. xxiv, 325 pgs; viii, 344 pgs; ix, 323 pgs; xii, 343 pgs; viii, 341 pgs; viii, 342 pgs; viii, 381 pgs; xi, 431 pgs, xv, 335 pgs; xii, 376 pgs. Illustrated with a hand-colored engraved frontispiece and an additional hand-colored vignette title, all engraved by Edward Francis Finden (1791-1857). In addition there are nineteen hand-colored plates, (portraits and views), a folding map of "The Tour through Scotland and the Hebrides. in 1773" (volume IV), a folding facsimile "Round Robin" (volume VI), and six folding facsimile letters. First Illustrated Edition, Croker's Second Edition. Bound in tree calf leather with gilt double-rule border on covers, spines decoratively tooled in gilt in compartments, with red maroon labels with gilt lettering and gilt board edges and turn-ins, all edges gilt, with some unc. Leather. Small 8vo. John Murray, London. 1835. 10 volumes. xxiv, 325 pgs; viii, 344 pgs; ix, 323 pgs; xii, 343 pgs; viii, 341 pgs; viii, 342 pgs; viii, 381 pgs; xi, 431 pgs, xv, 335 pgs; xii, 376 pgs. Illustrated with a hand-colored engraved frontispiece and an additional hand-colored vignette title, all engraved by Edward Francis Finden (1791-1857). In addition there are nineteen hand-colored plates, (portraits and views), a folding map of "The Tour through Scotland and the Hebrides. in 1773" (volume IV), a folding facsimile "Round Robin" (volume VI), and six folding facsimi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Last Exit Books (lastexitbooks) [Charlottesville, Virginia, United States]
2020-03-17 17:54:13
Historische Stadtansichten. Lithografie, koloriert und eiweißgehöht, um 1835. Von Friedrich August Fricke. 25,7 x 34 cm (Darstellung ) / 36 x 48,8 cm (Blatt). - Mittig unterhalb der Darstellung betitelt, ferner links mit "Nach der Natur gez. v. Act. Ranjie", mittig "Stdr. v. M. Bauer in Leipzig" und rechts "Auf Stein gez. v. F. A. Fricke" versehen. - Malerische Ansicht von Buchholz mit der evangelischen Stadtkirche Unser Lieben Frauen auf dem Berge und der Mulde im Vordergrund. - - -
Bookseller: Graphikantiquariat Koenitz [Leipzig, Germany]
2020-03-17 07:55:11
Historische Ortsansicht. Lithografie, um 1835. 39,5 x 61,0 cm (Darstellung) / 67,0 x 76,5 cm (Blatt). - Im Stein signiert und bezeichnet "Lith. v. F. Fischer, Verlag v. H. I. Gregor in Herrnhut". - - Im Ganzen gut erhalten. - [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Graphikantiquariat Koenitz [Leipzig, Germany]
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2020-03-16 06:22:11
ROSS, Sir John.
1835. London, A.W. Webster, 1835. Large 4to. Original dark-blue moiré cloth by F. H. Hall of Richmond (binder's printed label inside front cover), spine blocked in gilt with title within cartouche; uncut; pp. [8 (title, dedication, advertisement, and errata, versos blank)], xxxiii, [1 (list of plates)], 1-688, '*688'-'*689', 689-740; engraved frontispiece by E. Finden after Ross, retaining guard, 9 lithographic and engraved plates, partly printed in colours and partly hand-coloured, by J. Brandard and W. Say after Ross (3 retaining guards), 15 lithographic and engraved plates, by J. Cousen, W. Chevalier, J. Kernot, E. Finden, J. Radclyffe, J.C. Armytage, J.T. Willmore, J. Read, S. Fisher, W.S. Wilkinson, et al. after John Ross, printed by J. Yates, et al., 4 lithographic maps by Graf & Soret, one printed in light brown and black, one lithographic map after J.C. Ross, and one hand-coloured, folding engraved map, letterpress tables in the text; boards a little marked, spine with repaired horizontal tear, some steel-engravings a little spotted, otherwise a very clean and fresh copy, in the original cloth; provenance: engraved armorial bookplate Lady Augusta Kennedy Erskine. First edition. Following the failure of his first expedition to discover the Northwest Passage in 1818, the Admiralty refused to sponsor Ross' second expedition; therefore, Ross undertook it as a private venture in the small paddle-steamer Victory, sponsored by Felix Booth (the Sheriff of London) and accompanied by his nephew James Clark Ross. The expedition's purpose was to discover a Northwest Passage b … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-15 17:29:08
WAGRÉ, L.-J.
Paris: Chez l'auteur, Delaunay, et chez tous les marchands de nouveautés, 8 mai 1835. In-8; [ii], i - ix (Préface) - 230p. Reliure de la seconde moitié du XIXème siècle en demi-basane marbrée, dos à nerfs avec pièce de titre, plats et gardes marbrés. Papier légèrement et uniformément bruni sur la plus grande partie du volume, quelques rousseurs sur les premières pages, un bon exemplaire néanmoins. Rare récit du caporal de grenadiers Louis-Joseph Wagré, d'abord paru en 1833 sous le titre "Les adieux à Cabrera". Suite à la défaite de Baylen en Andalousie en 1808, l'armée française prisonnière fut retenue pendant six mois sur des pontons à Cadix, puis les prisonniers transférés sur l'île rocheuse de Cabrera dans les Baléares. Les officiers poursuivirent leur captivité en Angleterre, mais sur les quelque dix-neuf mille hommes retenus sur l'île dans des conditions très difficiles, près de seize mille succombèrent entre 1809 et mai 1814, date de leur retour à Marseille. Tulard 1511: "fit connaître le sort des prisonniers français en Espagne".
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE DES CARRÉS [Gennes-Val-de-Loire, France]
2020-03-15 16:57:24
LAMARTINE Alphonse de
Paris: Librairie de Carles Gosselin|& Librairie Furne, 1835. Fine. Librairie de Carles Gosselin & Librairie Furne, Paris 1835, Fort in-8 (13x21,5cm), 340pp. ; 429pp. et 388pp. ; 395 pp., 4 tomes en 2 volumes reliés. - 43893 - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Les faux-titre portent tous l'intitulé : Oeuvres complètes de Lamartine. Un portrait sur acier au frontispice, 2 cartes dépliantes de la Méditerranée et de la Syrie. Reliure en demi chagrin rouge légèrement plus tardif. Dos à nerfs orné de roulettes et filets gras à froid, ainsiq ue de filets dorés. Mors du tome 1 fendus en queue sur 2cm. Frottements, notamment sur les plats. Une cassure à un coin, sans manque. Piqûres éparses, sur les pages de titre et en marge. Sur le second volume, trace de mouillure pâle en marge haute sur l'ensemble. Le tableau dépliant des tribus arabes est déchiré sur une pliure, sans manque. Nom du possesseur en queue : M. Troulé. Remarquable par sa description des paysages et des sites, Le voyage de Lamartine est un texte capital dans la littérature des écrivains voyageurs. L'oeuvre marqua les débuts de Lamartine en prose et toute son écriture est comme un journal intime. Se présentant sous la forme d'un journal, l'oeuvre rassemble aussi des portraits, des notes, des poèmes, des dialogues. Dans son enthousiasme, Lamartine distingua nettement le Liban. L'ouvrage est un vaste panorama sur l'orient si chère aux romantiques, et même la vision politique n'en est pas absente.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
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