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        Galerie des femmes de Shakspeare

      H. Delloye, 1838. - H. Delloye, Paris s.d. (1838), 17x26cm, relié. - Edizione illustrato con ritratti 45 inserto incisi su acciaio e realizzati da i primi artisti a Londra. Legatura in pieno zigrino nero, torna liscia decorata con arabeschi dorati romantiche, piatti decorati una grande scena centrale raffigurante romantici arabeschi dorati che incorniciano catene d'oro romantico, e le guardie contreplats carta giallo paglierino, sezioni dorati, il grande romantico Binding tempo firmato Boutigny. Altri contributi letterari di Madame Amable tastu, Filaret Chasles, Jules Rességuier Evariste Boulay - Paty ... Alcuni foxing minore. Copia superbamente preparato da Boutigny. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale illustrée de 45 portraits hors - texte gravés sur acier et réalisés par les premiers artistes de Londres. Reliure en plein chagrin noir, dos lisse orné d'arabesques romantiques dorées, plats ornementés d'un grand décor central figurant des arabesques romantiques dorées encadrant des fers romantiques dorés, gardes et contreplats de papier jaune paille, tranches dorées, superbe reliure romantique de l'époque signée de Boutigny. Autres contributions littéraires de madame Amable Tastu, Philarète Chasles, Jules de Rességuier, Evariste Boulay - Paty... Quelques petites rousseurs. Exemplaire superbement établi par Boutigny.

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        Stello

      1838. H. Delloye & V. Lecou, Paris 1838, 13,5x22cm, relié sous étui. - H. Delloye & V. Lecou, Paris 1838, 13,5x22cm, relié sous étui. - Nuova edizione pubblicata nelle opere complete dell'autore. Bound in marocco pieno fiore lunghi limone, marrone torna a otto nervi per motivi ornato decorativo romantico aver portato fuori, pezzo di marocchino rosso, nome dell'autore del Marocco oliva, dorate tappi, cornici ricche ruote di bordi, ghirlande e dorata sulle copertine, gilt taglio in testa e le zampe dei tagli, con cornici dorate sulle guardie, guardie e contreplats di carta marrone, tutti dorati, moderno astuccio di marocchino foderato con piatti limone ghirlanda carta fatta a mano - covered, romantico contemporaneo vincolante. Precious dedica autografa firmata dall'autore: "... la prova di dedizione e di rispetto / nipote / Alfred de Vigny." Macchie rara che colpisce soprattutto le prime e le ultime pagine. Copia piacevolmente situato in un elegante romantico contemporaneo vincolante. [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition parue dans les oeuvres complètes de l'auteur. Reliure en plein maroquin à grain long citron, dos bruni à huit fins nerfs richement orné de motifs décoratifs romantiques s'étant estompés, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge, nom de l'auteur de maroquin olive, roulettes dorées sur les coiffes, riches encadrements de lisérés, guirlandes et filets dorés sur les plats, lisérés dorés en têtes et en pieds des coupes, encadrements d'une guirlande dorée sur les gardes, gardes et contreplats de papier marron, toutes tranches dorées, étui moderne bordé de maroquin citron, plats de recouverts de papier à la cuve, reliure romantique de l'époque. Précieux envoi autographe signé de Alfred de Vigny : "... témoignage de dévouement et de respect / son neveu / Alfred de Vigny." Rares piqûres affectant essentiellement les toutes premières et toutes dernières pages.Exemplaire agréablement établi dans une élégante reliure romantique de l'époque.

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        La peau de chagrin

      Delloye et Lecou, 1838. - Delloye et Lecou, Paris 1838, In 8 (16x26cm), relié. - Prima edizione illustrata, prima stampa, 100 vignette su acciaio Gavarni, Barone, Lange ... L'edizione contiene alcune buone caratteristiche prima bozza stipulati da Clouzot: Miniatura scheletrico che tira un uomo torna nella pagina del titolo, giardiniere miniatura è in p. Con 303 contro. Ritratti e Pauline Foedora sono stati sparati in più su montato porcellana; si trovano solo in alcune copie, senza essere specifiche rara Clouzot. Bound in metà vitello marrone epoca romantica. Smooth posteriore ornata con catene e un ferro lungo. Coda Roulette e la testa. Una fessura nella mascella superiore nel primo terzo di 6 cm. una fessura nella mandibola in testa di 1 cm. Una coda intoppo con mancante. Copia particolarmente fresco con pochissime rousserus margini pallidi, su una carta molto bianca, molto bello. Clouzot osserva: "Lavoro spesso dive, difficile da incontrare in belle condizioni." L'opera è nota molto bello e piccante e ben inchiostrata che si trattava di una prodezza quindi inserire incisioni su acciaio nel testo e che questa edizione è stata particolarmente accurata. Una delle opere più iconiche di romanzi di Balzac, nel quale illustra la sua teoria con forza di volontà e desiderio, dove un uomo consuma la propria vita per la potenza dei suoi desideri. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première édition illustrée, en premier tirage, de 100 vignettes sur acier de Gavarni, Baron, Lange... L'édition contient bien certaines caractéristiques du tout premier tirage stipulées par Clouzot : Vignette du squelette tirant un homme en arrière en page de titre, la vignette du jardinier se trouve en p. 303 par contre. Les portraits de Pauline et Foedora ont été tirés en sus sur chine monté ; ils ne se trouvent que dans certains exemplaires, sans être rares précise Clouzot. Reliure en demi veau brun romantique d'époque. Dos lisse orné de fers et d'un fer en long. Roulette en queue et tête. Une fente au mors supérieur dans le premier tiers sur 6 cm. une fente au mors inférieur en tête sur 1 cm. Un accroc en queue avec manque. Exemplaire particulièrement frais, avec quelques très rares pâles rousserus en marge, sur un papier bien blanc, très appréciable. Clouzot note : "Ouvrage assez souvent piqué, difficile à rencontrer en belle condition." L'illustration est fort belle et piquante et fort bien encrée, on notera que ce fut un exploit alors d'insérer des gravures sur acier dans le texte et que cette édition fut particulièrement soignée. Un des romans les plus emblématiques de l'oeuvre de Balzac, dans lequel celui - ci illustre avec force sa théorie de la volonté et du désir, où un homme consume sa propre vie par la puissance de ses désirs.

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        Ruy Blas - Les Burgraves

      1838. Delloye , Paris 1838 - 1843, 14x21,5cm, 2 volumes in - 8 reliés en 1. - Delloye , Paris 1838 - 1843, 14x21,5cm, 2 volumes in - 8 reliés en 1. - Prima edizione di Ruy Blas con il titolo a Parigi e Lipsia, edizione originale primo stato senza menzione per The Burgravi. Il legame di tempo biondo metà polpaccio, torna con quattro nervi decorate con reti dorate reti tratteggiate e freddo, con un fregio d'oro greca Lunghezza di contreplats posteriori guardie e reso carta. Alcuni foxing. L'invio autografo firmato da Victor Hugo a Madame Mareuil che ha creato il personaggio di Casilda a Ruy Blas. Firma del comico M. Montdidier (che ha creato il conte di Camporeal) nella prima pagina del testo. Provenienza: Biblioteca di Madame Mareuil. Copia preziosa e bella elegante tempo vincolante e con una dedica autografa di Victor Hugo per la sua attrice entourage [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de Ruy Blas avec le titre à l'adresse de Paris et Leipzig, édition originale en premier état sans mention pour Les Burgraves. Reliure de l'époque en demi veau blond, dos à quatre nerfs orné de filets, pointillés dorés et de filets à froid, frise à la grecque dorée en pied des dos, contreplats et gardes de papier à la cuve. Quelques rousseurs. Envoi autographe signé de Victor Hugo à Madame Mareuil qui a créé le personnage de Casilda dans Ruy Blas. Signature du comédien M. Montdidier (qui créa le Comte de Camporeal) sur la première page de texte. Provenance: de la bibliothèque de Madame Mareuil. Précieux et très bel exemplaire en élégante reliure du temps et comportant une dédicace autographe de Victor Hugo à une comédienne de son entourage  

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        (Oeuvres:) Du Pape. 2 volumi - Considérations sur la France. - Principe générateur de Constitutions Politiques. - Les Soirées de St.Petersbourg. - Examen de la Philosophie de Bacon. - De l'Eglise Gallicane. - Les Délais de la Justice Divine. - Lettres sur l'Inquisition Espagnole. - LYON, Pélagaud, 1830 a 1838

      1838. 9 volumi in - 8, bella legatura coeva piena pelle marbrée, dorsi ornati e con titoli oro, tagli mamorizzati. In edizione originale l'Examen de la Philosophie de Bacon. Importante raccolta postuma che permette una visione d'insieme della teorizzazione del pensiero controrivoluzionario del De Maistre, celebre scrittore e filosofo savoiardo (1745 - 1821). Come afferma nella sua opera Del Papa, edita per la prima volta nel 1819, solo la Chiesa cattolica e la figura papale sono in grado di poter garantire l'ordine sociale. Per le sue riflessioni è considerato il massimo teorico del pensiero politico e filosofico della Restaurazione. Ottimo esemplare.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco]
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        Bella oleografia originale raffigurante una scena dell'opera "Tosca" di Giacomo Puccini. inizi XX secolo.

      1838. Oleografia originale in formato cm.53x78, raffigurante la scena della morte di Scarpia per mano di Floria Tosca alla fine del secondo atto dell'opera pucciniana. Gradevole policromia, in cornice coeva lavorata a mano, in formato cm.74x99, con cimasa. Insieme di notevole impatto visivo. L'oleografia è una stampa eseguita da matrici di pietra litografica, generalmente marna calcarea, mediante l'utilizzo di inchiostri grassi che, una volta asciutti, mantengono una lucidità tipica del colore a olio. Il procedimento consiste nella sovrapposizione di più immagini di diversi colori tracciate su lastre di pietra diverse: il prodotto finito può dare quindi l'illusione di essere un vero dipinto. Nata nel 1838, la tecnica oleografica permetterà un'ampia diffusione di immagini religiose, storiche, operistiche o popolari, grazie ad una capillare distribuzione casa per casa, svolta principalmente da venditori ambulanti, soprattutto trentini. Codice libreria 127270.

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        Oliver Twist; or, the Parish Boy's Progress. By "Boz.

      London: Richard Bentley,, 1838. 3 volumes, octavo (186 × 116 mm). Bound in late 19th-century red half calf, marbled sides, black morocco labels to spines lettered gilt, decoration to spines gilt. 24 etched plates by George Cruikshank including the "Fireside" plate (facing p. 313 in vol. III). Half-titles to Vols. I and II, as issued; initial advert leaf to Vol. III. Ownership signature to title page of each volume. Spines faded, board edges bumped, extremities lightly rubbed and worn, sides a little scuffed, contents lightly foxed, repair to inner margin of first gathering of Vol. I. A very good set. First edition, first issue, with Boz title pages and the "Fireside" plate. Bentley rushed Oliver Twist out in book form before serialization was complete, forcing Cruikshank to hurry the last few plates. Dickens disliked the final "Fireside" plate and asked Cruikshank for a new design, the "Church" plate. He also decided that he no longer wished to be styled "Boz". The first issue, as here, was published on 9 November; the second, with cancel titles, omitting the sub-title and giving Dickens's name as the author, and with the "Church" plate at the end, was issued on 16 November.

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        Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi

      London: Richard Bentley, 1838. FIRST EDITION FIRST ISSUE. 2 vols., no border around the last plate in Vol 2 and 36 pp. of adverts, illustrated by George Cruikshank. Bound in the publisher's original pink floral patterned cloth, inner and outer hinges fine, head and foot of spine fine, spines slightly sunned, mild general handling, still a VERY GOOD copy.

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        China: its State and Prospects,

      London: John Snow,, 1838. With especial reference to the spread of the Gospel: containing allusions to the antiquity, extent, population, civilization, literature, and religion of the Chinese. Octavo (225 x 140 mm). Original vertically-ribbed green cloth, rolled bands to spine in blind, second and fourth compartments gilt-lettered direct, covers decoratively panel-stamped in blind, yellow surface-paper endpapers. Colour frontispiece, vignette title page, 5 wood-engraved plates, all by G. Baxter; folding area map. Contemporary bookseller's ticket of W. H. Dalton, Charing Cross to front pastedown. Tips lightly bumped, frontispiece and final plate supplied from a shorter copy, the images entirely retained, very occasional mild foxing, slightly stronger towards rear. A very good copy. First edition. Medhurst (1796-1857) left Britain for Malacca in September 1816, intending to work as a missionary at the Anglo-Chinese College. "Medhurst proved an efficient if independently minded missionary. He was too energetic to be confined to the college and, after a disagreement, left in September 1820 for Penang, and began his own mission station. At the end of 1821 he moved to Batavia, where his only surviving son, [noted consul] Walter Henry Medhurst, was born in 1822 ? In 1829?30 Medhurst journeyed in Java and Bali, and in 1835 along the Chinese coast and even to Shanghai, then still a closed port. In 1836 he returned to Britain, where he wrote China, its State and Prospects, published in 1838, with a view to stimulating interest in Chinese missions, and especially in a new translation of the Bible into Chinese, later known as the Delegates' Version, a work he accomplished with the co-operation of friends between 1847 and 1850" (ODNB). Provenance: inscribed to "T. J. Knowlys, from his affection friend, ?HS" on the front pastedown, and with the ownership inscription of H. B. Knowlys, dated 1886 to the front free endpaper. Thomas John Knowlys (b. 1803) was born to a minor London family and in married 1828 married Anna Hesketh, whose brother, the future Sir Peter Hesketh-Fleetwood (1801-1866) he had probably met while a student at Trinity College, Oxford. They settled at the Heskeths' Heysham Hall in Lancashire, and Knowlys seems to have thereafter led the life of unremarkable country squire, serving as a local magistrate, contributing to gardening journals and winning county archery competitions. One of their daughters was Florence Everilda Goodreve (1861-1915), who became a noted composer and lyricist.

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        THE MILITARY CODE OF THE STATE OF ALABAMA, WITH AN APPENDIX...

      Tuscaloosa: Ferguson & Eaton, 1838. 136pp. Modern half morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt with leather label. Ownership inscription on titlepage. Light foxing and soiling. Very good. The rare military code for the state of Alabama. The text includes constitutional provisions, organizational guidelines, training and exercises, regulations for war, duties and privileges, penalties and fines, information on courts martial, as well as oaths against dueling. Scarce, with about ten copies in OCLC, but none recorded in commerce. AII (ALBAMA) 271.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        The Military Code of the State of Alabama, with an Appendix.

      Ferguson & Eaton, Tuscaloosa 1838 - 136pp. Modern half morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt with leather label. Ownership inscription on titlepage. Light foxing and soiling. Military Code of Alabama in 1838 The rare military code for the state of Alabama. The text includes constitutional provisions, organizational guidelines, training and exercises, regulations for war, duties and privileges, penalties and fines, information on courts martial, as well as oaths against dueling. Scarce, with about ten copies in OCLC, but none recorded in commerce. American Imprints Inventory (Alabama) 271. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE MILITARY CODE OF THE STATE OF ALABAMA, WITH AN APPENDIX.

      Tuscaloosa: Ferguson & Eaton, 1838. - 136pp. Modern half morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt with leather label. Ownership inscription on titlepage. Light foxing and soiling. Very good. The rare military code for the state of Alabama. The text includes constitutional provisions, organizational guidelines, training and exercises, regulations for war, duties and privileges, penalties and fines, information on courts martial, as well as oaths against dueling. Scarce, with about ten copies in OCLC, but none recorded in commerce. AII (ALBAMA) 271.

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        Neueste topographisch-statistische Beschreibung des Tegern- und Schlier-Sees; des Wildbades Kreuth und dessen Umgebungen.

      Mchn., Lindauer, 1838. 2. Ausgabe. 20,5 x 12,5 cm. 4 Bl., IV, 104 S. Mit 1 lithographierten gefalt. Tafel und 1 gefalt. gestoch. Karte. Pp. d. Zt. mit Rsch. Lentner 10749 und 16624: \"Selten u. gesucht!\". - Es gab \"bisher durchaus keine specielle Beschreibung des ... Tegern- und Schlier-Sees aufzuweisen\", deshalb ließ sich der Verfasser \"um so mehr sehr in`s Detail\" ein (Vorwort). - Die Lithographie von Gustav Kraus zeigt eine Gesamtansicht von Tegernsee. Die Kupferstichkarte von C. Schleich umgeben von 17 kleinen Ansichten. - Einband berieben. Titel mehrfach gestempelt, die Karte auf Leinen aufgezogen. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern, Reisebeschreibungen, Volkskunde

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        Shipwreck of the Stirling Castle, containing a Faithful Narrative of the Dreadful Sufferings of the Crew, and the Cruel Murder of Captain Fraser by the Savages. Also, the Horrible Barbarity of the Cannibals Inflicted Upon the Captain's Widow, whose Unparalleled Sufferings are Stated by Herself, and Corroborated by the Other Survivors. To Which is Added, the Narrative of the Wreck of the Charles Eaton, in the Same Latitude. Embellished with Engravings, Portraits, and Scenes Illustrative of the Narrative.

      London: George Virtue 1838 - First edition. 8vo. pp. viii, vi, [7]-376; end. frontis., 6 plates, one chart, endpiece to final leaf; spotting, some browning to plates, small marginal tear to final leaf, good in contemporary half calf, gilt, rubbed. An account of the fate of the passengers and crew of the Stirling Castle, which ran aground on a coral reef off the coast of Australia en route to Singapore. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        L'Ecosse pittoresque, ou suite de vues prises expressement pour cet ouvrage par MM. T. Allom, W.H. Bartlett, et H. M'Culloch. Traduit de l'anglais par L. de Bauclas

      Virtue et Ferrier 1838 Deux volumes in - 4 (290 x 232 mm), demi maroquin vert foncé, coins, dos à nerfs orné, filet sur les plats, non rogné (reliure signée Champs). Orné d'une carte, deux titres gravés et 117 gravures par Allom, Bartlett, et M'Culloch, gravées par Griffiths, Varrall, Prior, etc. Ex - libris "Librorum flos illibatus". (dos passé, menus frottements aux coins et sur les coupes). / / Two quarto volumes (290 x 232 mm), dark green three quarter morocco, spine with raised bands tooled in gilt, fillet on covers, uncut (binding signed Champs). Illustrated with a map, two engraved titles and 117 engravings by Allom, Bartlett and M'Culloch engraved by Griffiths, Varrall, Prior, etc. Bookplate "Librorum flos illibatus". (spine faded, minor rubbings on corners and turns - in).

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        The Workwoman's Guide, containing Instructions to the Inexperienced in Cutting out and Completing those Articles of Wearing apparel, &c., which are usually made at Home; also Explanation on Upholstery, Straw-platting, Bonnet-making, Knitting, &c. By a Lady.

      London & Birmingham: Simpkin, Marshall, & Co.; Thomas Evans, 1838 - Quarto. Original green leaf-sprigged cloth, black leather label to the spine. A little rubbed, corners through, split to the cloth on the rear joint, spine sunned, neat repairs head and tail of the spine, light browning throughout, some foxing front and back, overall a very good copy. Engraved frontispiece and 24 other similar plates. First edition, uncommon, just 4 copies of the first on Copac, together with 4 of the second edition of 1840; only two copies traced at auction. "The Author of the following pages has been encouraged to hope, that, in placing them, after much deliberation, in the hands of a printer, she is tendering an important and acceptable, however humble, service to her own sex, who, in any condition of life, are engaged, by duty, or inclination, in cutting out wearing apparel in a family, or for their poorer neighbours. She trusts, in particular, that Clergymen's Wives, Young Married Women, School-mistresses, and Ladies' Maids may find, in the "Workwoman's Guide", a fast and serviceable friend" (Preface). Widely considered one of the most important needlework manuals of the nineteenth century; "The value of The Workwoman's Guide is that it provides in its text and illustrations the original nineteenth-century instructions for making and cleaning clothing and accessories. Described are hundreds of objects that were stitched from cloth, knitted from yarn, braided, dyed or otherwise converted into utilitarian and ornamental objects of clothing and household furnishing" (Caroline Sloat, American Antiquarian Society), Seligman notes that it also "includes instructions for drafting". But the present work is also set apart by the remarkable breadth of projects that are laid out in painstaking detail, with chapters on upholstery, household receipts, and straw-work. Intended as a practical guide for its contemporary readers, the book offers valuable insights to modern researchers, the section on upholstery, for example, is cited extensively in Edward P. Cooke's important survey Upholstery in America & Europe from the Seventeenth Century to World War I. An excellent copy of this elusive, and highly desirable, guidebook, offered here in publisher's attractive binding, extremely well-preserved. Not in Colas or Hiler; Seligman 1838.2 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Beauties of the Bosphorus.

      London: George Virtue,, 1838. Illustrated in a series of views of Constantinople and its environs, from original drawings by W. H. Bartlett. Quarto (257 x 195 mm). Contemporary green full morocco, gilt-tooled flat bands to spine forming compartments, second and fourth gilt-lettered direct, rolled borders to covers in gilt and blind, all edges gilt, inner dentelles gilt, yellow surface-paper endpapers, bound fabric page-marker. 80 engraved plates with tissue guards including portrait frontispiece and map, engraved vignette title page. Contemporary ownership inscription of J. W. Branche dated 1840 to title, later bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst to front pastedown. Title slightly foxed, occasional light marginal spotting to plates, the images rarely affected. An excellent copy in a handsome binding. First edition. "In 1835 Pardoe accompanied her father to Constantinople, and at the time it was felt that no woman apart from Lady Mary Wortley Montagu had acquired so intimate a knowledge of Turkey" (ODNB). The Beauties of the Bosphorus was published to capitalise on the great success of the author's City of the Sultan (1837), and to provide a text for Bartlett's engravings, "among the earliest of his Eastern series to appear" (Blackmer). William Bartlett spent most of the 1830s travelling across Europe, the Middle East and North America providing illustrations for travel books, most of which were published by Virtue.

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        Histoire et description de la Suisse et du Tyrol.

      Paris Didot freres 1838 - 3 Bll., 460 SS., 1 gefalt. Karte u. 92 Stst.- Tafeln, 8°, HLdr.- Bd. d. Zt. mit schöner Rvg. Mit 8 Trachtentaf., einigen Portraits und 80 Ansichten: Baden, Basel, Bern, Bregenz, Brixen, Einsiedeln, Freiburg, Genf, Innsbruck, Interlaken, Kufstein, Lausanne, Lugano, Luzern, Rapperswil, Sion, Thun, Zürich usw. - Schönes, gleichmäßig leicht gebräuntes Exemplar nahezu ohne Stockflecken. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Paul & Virginie - La chaumière indienne - Flore

      L. Curmer, Paris 1838 - Bernardin de Saint Pierre Jacques-Henri (1737-1814) ~ Paul & Virginie - La chaumière indienne - Flore. ~ A Paris, L. Curmer, 25 Rue Sainte-Anne, 1838. In-8, Ivi pp dont 2 faux-t, t. et dédicace, notice sur Bernardin de Saint-Pierre par Sainte-Beuve), 6ff de table des dessinateurs et graveurs, 458 pp, 1 f de table. Frontispice, 28 planches hors texte et environ 400 vignettes et 50 grands sujets gravées sur bois d'après Messonier, Tony Johannot*, Isabey, Steinhell etc, une carte coloriée de l'Ile de France et 7 portraits hors texte gravés sur acier , planche de la Jeune Bramine, à l'étoile. Les planches hors texte sont tirées sur chine sont protégées par des "serpentes" en papier de soie, sur lesquelles les légendes sont imprimées. Exemplaire de tout premier tirage. Plein maroquin rouge à la Du Seuil, dos richement ornés aux petits fers, titre doré, quintuple filet doré sur les plats avec fleurons centraux et de coins, double filet doré sur les coupes, roulette dorée sur les chasses (Rel. L. Claessens). Le plus fameux livre illustré et l'un des chefs-d'oœeuvre typographique du XIXe siècle. (Voir Vicaire VII, 42 à 68). *Tony Johannot est l'un des illustrateurs les plus féconds du livre romantique Description of the book: L. Curmer, Paris, 1838. Leather. State: Very good. Messonier, Tony Johannot, Isabey, Steinhell etc (illustrator). In-8. Bernardin of Saint Pierre Jacques-Henri (1737-1814) ~ Paul & Virginia - the Indian thatched cottage - Flora. ~ A Paris, L. Curmer, 25 Street Holy-Anne, 1838. In-8, Ivi pp including 2 false-T, T. and dedication, note on Bernardin of Saint-Pierre by Holy-Beuve), 6ff of table of the draughtsmen and engravers, 458 pp, 1 F of table. Frontispiece, 28 boards except text and approximately 400 labels and 50 great subjects engraved on wood according to Messonier, Tony Johannot*, Isabey, Steinhell etc, a colored chart of the Island of France and 7 portraits except text engraved on steel, board of the Bramine Young person, with star. The boards except text are drawn on China are protected by "curve" out of tissue paper, on which the legends are printed. Specimen of very first pulling. Full red morocco with Threshold, backs richly decorated with small irons, titrates gilded, quintuple net gilded on the dishes with central florets and of corners, double net gilded on the cuts, caster gilded on huntings (Rel. L. Claessens). The most famous illustrated book and one of the masterpieces typographical of the XIXe century. (See Vicar VII, 42 to 68). *Tony Johannot is one of the most fertile illustrators of the romantic book [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens Author of "The Pickwick Papers "

      London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, 1838. First Edition, second issue, with the "Rose Marylie and Oliver" plate facing p. 313 in Volume III. 24 etched plates by George Cruikshank. London, printed by Samuel Bentley Dorset Street, Fleet Street. 3 vols. 8vo. Half green calf and marbled boards, with label bound by Charles Cooper, Birmingham. Spines uniformly faded, else Very Good. Bookplate of Hams Hall, Warwickshire. Cruikshank, George. First Edition, second issue, with the "Rose Marylie and Oliver" plate facing p. 313 in Volume III. 24 etched plates by George Cruikshank. London, printed by Samuel Bentley Dorset Street, Fleet Street. 3 vols. 8vo. Later copies of Oliver Twist have the "Church" plate substituted (at Dickens' insistence) at p. 313 With the signature of "Charles Bowyer Alddersley (1814-1905) Hams (Hall) Decr. 1838." in each volume. He was a conservative politician and was the 1st Baron Norton. His mother was the daughter of the poet Chandos Leigh. Half-titles in Vols. I and II, as issued; initial advertment leaf in Vol. III. First state of volume III with "pilaster" instead of "pier" or "pedestal" on page 164. Smith 4

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        Specimens of Ancient Sculpture and Painting Now Remaining in England.

      Henry Bohn, London 1838 - Elephant folio. Cover scuffed and loose. There are 120 plates executed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century by the antiquarian John Carter. Though the title page and frontpiece are spotted, almost all of the prints are in fair condition; there is spotting occasionally, but this mainly occurs outside the margin of the prints. But, also, the folio contains many stunning and clean hand-coloured engravings, including a superb rendition of the killing of Thomas Beckett and the subsequent penance of King Henry II. Signature of previous owner: Ralph Wornum (Keeper and Secretary of the National Gallery, London). Because of size, shipping will be extra. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Musée de la caricature ou recueil des caricatures les plus remarquables publiées en France depuis la quatorzième siècle jusq'à nos jours.

      Paris, Delloye 1838 - Lipperheide Xb 4; Vicaire V, 1210. - Nous reviendrons à plusieurs reprises sur chaques de ces époques, selon le nombre de pièces remarquables qui existent. Chaque livraison ne comprendra que des sujets relatifs à une partie de l'histoire. (Vicaire). - Dieses seltene französische Journal, bis 1835 in 80 Lieferungen publiziert, stellt mit diesen Karikaturen und den satirischen Begleittexten bedeutender zeitgenössischer französischer Künstler die Gesellschaft in Frankreich vom 14. bis Mitte des 19. Jahrhundert eindrucksvoll vor. - Hier in den ersten 50 Lieferungen mit nahezu allen Tafeln und zugehörigem Text durchgängig komplett vorliegend. Die Tafeln 1 bis 156 sind durchnummeriert, einige doppelt nummeriert, es fehlen nur wenige Tafeln. Die Textblätter geringfügig stockfleckig, die Kupfertafeln jedoch überwiegend sauber Mit 148 Illustrationen, davon 35 kolor., 5 gefalt. Kupfertafeln und 206 Textseiten Halbleder der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung, Gr.4° [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Neuestes Panorama von Wien oder malerische Ansichten der vornehmsten und merkwürdigsten Plätze, Straßen, Paläste, Kirchen, Klöster, Gärten und anderen vorzüglicheren Gebäuden der k. k. Haupt- und Residenzstadt Wien, ihrer Vorstädte und Umgegend. Mit Beschreibung ihrer Merkwürdigkeiten und einem Ueberblicke ihrer Geschichte.

      Wien, Rudolf Sammer (1838).. 2. Aufl. Mit einer großen gefalt. gest. Ansicht der Stadt Wien, 1 Kupfertafel (Theseus von Canova) und 52 gest. Ansichten auf 26 Tafeln. Tit., 25 S. Bedruckter Orig.-Pappband. Nebehay-W. 817; Slg. Eckl 651; Slg. Mayer 795; Wurzbach LXXX, 265. - Mit einer Ansicht der Stadt Wien vom Belvedere aus (16 x 64 cm). - Berieben. Tls. stockfleckig.

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        Descizione di Cere antica. Ed in particolare del monumento sepolcrale scoperto nell\'anno MDCCCXXXVI da Vincenzo Galassi, Alessandro Regulini per servire di preliminare illustrazione degli Oggetti in esso rinvenuti e collocati nel nuovo Museo Gregoriano del Vaticano.

      Rom, Canina, 1838. Fol. (35,8 x 24,8 cm). Mit 10 doppelblattgr. Kupfertafeln. 95 S., Ppbd. d. Zt. Erstausgabe. - Die am Tyrrhenischen Meer gelegene Handelsmetropole Cere (Caere bzw. Cerveteri) war mit drei Häfen eine der bedeutendsten etruskischen Städte und Mitglied im Zwölfstädtebund mit engen Verbindungen zu Griechenland. - Die schönen Kupfertafeln mit Plänen sowie Darstellungen von Grabstätten usw. - Einband beschabt, bestoßen u. etw. fleckig. Vorderdeckel m. Nummernschild. Innendeckel u. Titelbl. gestempelt. Etw. stockfleckig, die Tafeln jedoch weitgehend sauber. Breitrandiges Exemplar. - Brunet I, 1540; Graesse II, 95; Vinet 1685. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Etrusker, Etruskologie, Caere, Cere, Cerveteri, Archäologie, Canina, Descizione di Cere antica

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        Dizionario delle scienze matematiche pure ed applicate. Prima versione italiana con numerose aggiunte e correzioni del D. Giuseppe Gasbarri e di Giuseppe Fran?ois.

      Firenze, per Batelli e figli, 1838/1845, nove volumi con legatura coeva in mezza pelle, titioli e fregi dorati ai dorsi, tagli marmorizzati (il volume IV ha la legatura originale in brossura), pp. XXXII-542-(2)509-(2)541-(2)471414-(2)616495 594-(4)253 tavole litografiche, anche ripiegate, raccolte in unico volume (oltre alle tavole CIII a CXXVI che sono doppie perche' presenti anche nel vol. IV)

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        MAP OF THE STATES OF KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE

      Philadelphia: S. Augustus Mitchell, 1838. Handcolored folding pocket map, 18 x 21 1/2 inches, in a. 16mo. morocco folder, cover stamped in blind and gilt. Lightly rubbed at extremities. Minor toning, a few small spots of foxing. A few small separations at corner folds. Colors fresh and bright. Very good. A nice pocket map of Kentucky and Tennessee, intended for travellers. The map includes charts with steamboat and stage routes through the states, as well as insets of the area around Nashville, Louisville, and Frankfort and Lexington. The census data for 1830 is pasted to the inside of the front cover. Not in Phillips or Rumsey; no copies of this edition in OCLC.

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        Alton Trials: Of Winthrop S. Gilman, Who Was Indicted with Enoch...

      1838. An Important Event in the History of Freedom of the Press in the United States [Trial]. Lincoln, William S., Reporter. Trow, John Fowler, Editor. Alton Trials: Of Winthrop S. Gilman, Who Was Indicted with Enoch Long, Amos B. Roff, George H. Walworth, George H. Whitney, William Harned, John S. Noble, James Morss, Jr., Henry Tanner, Royal Weller, Reuben Gerry, And Thaddeus B. Hurlbut; For the Crime of Riot, Committed on the Night of the 7th of November, 1837, While Engaged in Defending a Printing Press, From an Attack Made on It at That Time, By an Armed Mob. Written Out From Notes of the Trial, Taken at the Time, By a Member of the Bar of the Alton Municipal Court. Also, The Trial of John Solomon, Levi Palmer, Horace Beall, Josiah Nutter, Jacob Smith, David Butler, William Carr, And James M. Rock, Together with James Jennings, Solomon Morgan, And Frederick Bruchy; For a Riot Committed in Alton, On the Night of the 7th on November, 1837, in Unlawfully and Forcibly Entering the Warehouse of Godfrey, Gilman & Co., And Breaking Up and Destroying a Printing Press. Written out from notes taken at the time of trial, by William S. Lincoln. New York: Published by John F. Trow, 1838. [iv], [5]-158 pp. Lithographed frontispiece. Final leaf is a publisher's advertisement. 12mo. (4-1/4" x 7"). Original patterned cloth, gilt title to spine. Moderate rubbing to extremities, front joint partially cracked, some chipping to spine ends, corners bumped, hinges just starting at ends, faint bookplate residue to front pastedown, a few cracks to text block. Moderate toning, light foxing in places, internally clean. * First edition. The account of the trial of the rioters that burnt the abolitionist press of Elijah Lovejoy who died in the melee. An important event in the history of freedom of the press in the United States. In 1837 a mob destroyed a printing establishment in Alton, Illinois that produced abolitionist tracts. Elijah Parish Lovejoy, an important abolitionist, was killed while trying to defend his press. For many, Lovejoy was a martyr to the cause of free speech. Abolitionists said this event proved that slavery posed a danger to the liberties of all Americans. OCLC locates 11 copies in U.S. law schools. Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law 12163.

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        The Koran, commonly called Al Koran of Mohammed

      London Printed for Charles Daly 1838 8vo; xiv, [2], 133, 471, [1]pp, with all five plates present and in superb condition: frontispiece of a folding view and plan of the Temple of Mecca; three genealogical tables (2 folding), and a folding map of Arabia and the surrounding countries. Original green cloth, the sides stamped in blind with acanthus leaf designs and borders, the spine lettered in gilt, very expertly rebacked by Fitterer. Provenance: bookplate of Standish McCleary, bearing the motto, "Faciendi Plures Libros Nullus Est Finis," to the front fly leaf. A rare survival (WorldCat lists only six copies), the contents clean and bright, the binding tight and secure with no loose or missing pages. OCLC Number: 505118764. Near Fine

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        Aphoristische Bemerkungen, gesammelt auf seiner Reise nach Griechenland.

      Berlin, Reimer 1838. IV, 751 S. HLdr. d. Zt. mit Rückenschild und Rückenverg. Erste Ausgabe. - Engelmann 536; Weber I, 275; NDB XII, 45: \"Klenze nutzte die Reise, um den Schutz der Kunstdenkmäler Griechenlands, die ständigen Plünderungen ausgesetzt waren, sichern zu helfen.\" - \"Came to Greece in July 1834, sent on an official mission by Ludwig of Bavaria to draw up plans for the city of Athens, which were finally adopted, in part only. He also made the plans for the Roman Catholic Cathedral of St. Dionysios Areiopagites\" (Weber). - Ohne die in separater Mappe erschienenen 6 Lithographien. - Mit Exlibris Karl Sieveking (1787-1847), der als Senatssyndikus, Diplomat, Politiker, Kunstmäzen und Philanthrop die Stadt Hamburg prägte. - Etwas berieben und bestoßen. Titelblatt etwas braunfleckig. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Anteckningar om Ryssland, under ett vistande i Petersburg och en utflygt till Moskwa. (UND:) Utsigter af Petersburg och Moskwa. Hörande Till \"Anteckningar om Ryssland...\".

      Stockholm, L.J.Hjerta, 1838. 2 Tle. in 1 Band (Text) + Tafelband. Textband: Mit gest. gefalt. Karte. Tit., 218 S., 1 Bl.; 199 S., 1 Bl. - Tafelband: Titel, 8 lithograph. Tafeln (3 von Ad. Hårdh, 2 von J. H. Strömer, 1 von C. v. Scheel; gedruckt von Gjöthström & Magnusson). HLdr. d. Zt. mit Rückenverg. 17 x 11 cm. (Textband). - HLdr. d. Zt. 27 x 35,5 cm. (Tafelband). Svenskt biografiskt lexikon II, 608. - Mit dem Tafelband sehr seltener Bericht einer Russlandreise mit Kapiteln über St. Petersburg, Bergwerke in Sibirien, Sprache und Literatur, Bibliotheken, Galerien, Musik, Handel, Adels, Militär und der Reise nach Moskau. - Die schönen Tafeln mit 3 Ansichten von Moskau, 2 von St. Petersburg, Napoleons Begräbnis und 2 Tafeln mit je 2 Darstellungen von Kaufrufen (Glaser, Schlachter, Vogelfänger und ein Verkäufer von Grechneviki, Frikadellen aus Buchweizen). - Textband: Der hübsche Einband an den Gelenke etwas berieben und bestoßen. - Tafelband: Rücken und Kanten berieben, Einbandecken geknickt. Unterer Rand des Titelblatts alt angesetzt. Unterer weißer Rand der Tafeln tls. etwas knittrig und mit wenigen, ganz kurzen Einrissen. Eine der Tafeln mit Kaufrufen mit Eckabriss im weißen Rand. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Aphoristische Bemerkungen, gesammelt auf seiner Reise nach Griechenland.

      Berlin, Reimer 1838.. IV, 751 S. HLdr. d. Zt. mit Rückenschild und Rückenverg. Erste Ausgabe. - Engelmann 536; Weber I, 275; NDB XII, 45: "Klenze nutzte die Reise, um den Schutz der Kunstdenkmäler Griechenlands, die ständigen Plünderungen ausgesetzt waren, sichern zu helfen." - "Came to Greece in July 1834, sent on an official mission by Ludwig of Bavaria to draw up plans for the city of Athens, which were finally adopted, in part only. He also made the plans for the Roman Catholic Cathedral of St. Dionysios Areiopagites" (Weber). - Ohne die in separater Mappe erschienenen 6 Lithographien. - Mit Exlibris Karl Sieveking (1787-1847), der als Senatssyndikus, Diplomat, Politiker, Kunstmäzen und Philanthrop die Stadt Hamburg prägte. - Etwas berieben und bestoßen. Titelblatt etwas braunfleckig.

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        Die klassichen Stellen der Schweiz und deren Hauptorte.

      Artist: Winkles H; Issued in: Leipzig; date: c 1838 - Artist: Winkles H.; Issued in: Leipzig; date: c. 1838; - Condition: Very good; Book depicts and shows and depicts all important views of Swizerland on 423 pages. 2 bounds in one book, 86 hand colored steel engravings.

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        Lockport Daily Bulletin!

      No Binding. Very Good. Lockport, New York: January 8, 1838- February 3, 1838, issues No. 6 - No. 29, octavo, 23 issues, 27 pages, printed in double columns, issues crudely whip-stitched together, some defects, edges chipped and nicked, else a good run of the daily issues of the first month of this rare Lockport newspaper. The Lockport Daily Bulletin was the community's first daily and was published to keep the town informed about the progress of the Patriot War in Canada. Ink ownership signatures of M. L. Vantin. Lockport located in Niagra County, New York, was close to Canada and this paper contains frontline news, often noted as being "By this Evening's Cars," of the Patriot War which had just begun across the Niagra River in Canada. The contents of the paper exclusively concern breaking news about the war, from Buffalo, Niagra Falls and the Niagra River, Canada and, from further west in Michigan. The "Patriot War" of 1837 and 1838, had repercussions as late as 1841. The Patriot movement inducted between 40,000 and 160,000 men, mostly farmers and unemployed artisans, across the north-eastern states in support of the 1837 Rebellions in Upper and Lower Canada. The organization arose in Vermont among Lower Canadian refugees (the eastern division of Frères chasseurs, or Hunters) and spread westward under the influence of Dr. Charles Duncombe and Donald McLeod, leaders of the short lived Canadian Refugee Relief Association, and Scottish native William Lyon Mackenzie. Without the benefit of united and effective leadership and with inadequate and undisciplined ranks, they made three different extensive plans in 1838 for widespread coordinated attacks along the Canadian border, with a view to eventual joining of forces and establishment of a republic in Canada. With the failure of these plans, the movement came completely under the domination of the "Hunters". International complications were averted as a consequence of the co-operation and vigorous action of the British and American authorities. Congress passed a stronger neutrality act, and Federal troops were sent to the frontier. In the border states the militia was called out, and civil and criminal suits were instituted. On their side, the Canadian and British authorities used military and civil measures to prevent retaliatory attacks. The Lockport Bulletin began publication in January 1838, it was printed at the "Balance Office", the cost of a subscription was 50 cents per month. OCLC 17455242. The Rochester Historical Society holds three issues, 1838:1: 15,19,21

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        Sefer Bereshit min Chamisha Chumshai Torah im Haftorot kol hashana k'minchag kol kehillot hakodesh etc [Hebrew Pentateuch]

      Livorno: Shlomo Vilforti (Salomone Belforte), 1838. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. The five volumes of the Pentateuch in contemporary full leather bindings, modest wear at the edges, light fading, endpapers stained at edges, scattered minor foxing and browning, a few dog ears and temoins; an attractive and sound set. An early Pentateuch printed by S. Belforte (founded 1834), a printing house t Size: duodecimo (12mo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046066.

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        Neueste Dampfschiffahrt von Wien nach Trapezunt oder die grosse Donaustrasse zu einem der reichen Ursitze des asiatischen Welthandels.

      Wien, Gerold, 1838 - 1 Bl., 125 S. Mit einer mehrf. gefalt. grenzkol. gestochenen Karte (sektioniert und auf Leinwand aufgezogen). ÖBL XIII, 163. - Anton Steinbüchel von Rheinwall (1790-1883) war Direktor des Wiener Münz- und Antikenkabinetts. - Mit einer "Übersichts Karte der russischen Provinzen nördlich und südlich vom Kaukasus" (45 x 49 cm). - Sehr schönes Exemplar, nur zwei kleine Untersteichungen. - Die angegebenen Versandkosten gelten für Bücher bis 1000 Gramm. Bücher über 1000 Gramm kosten nach Deutschland EUR 5,30, nach EU-Ausland EUR 14.-, für andere Länder bitte nachfragen. - Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 8°, blindgepr. Leinwand der Zeit mit eingebundenem OUmschlag und RTitel.

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        A COMPLETE COLLECTION OF SØREN KIERKEGAARD'S WORKS - ALL FIRST EDITIONS. A beautiful and highly decorative set almost completely in contemporary and original state - and including a presentation-copy. Without doubt the most magnificent Kierkegaard-set that we have ever collected. Here, we have collected all of his works in first editions - which is not too easy a task (apart from two of the works, which were printed in ab. 250 and 100 copies respectively, the rest were printed in ab. 525 copies each) - and attempted to make the very best set that one could ever hope for. Søren Kierkegaard, the legendary founder of existentialism, who "is now generally considered to be, however eccentric, one of the most important Christian philosophers" (PMM), left nothing to coincidence in any of his writings, and they are all, in their many different ways, important to the understanding of this great thinker.

      København, 1838-59. Among the highlights of this spectacular collection, we can mention briefly: FROM THE PAPERS OF ONE STILL LIVING - his first published work, namely the work in which he sharply criticizes Hans Christian Andersen and ridicules the genre of fairy tales in general - in an unusually large copy, completely uncut, and in a very elegant paper binding in Kierkegaard's own preferred style. (nr. 1)ON THE CONCEPT OF IRONY - his thesis (about Socrates), being his second published work - here with the "Theses", which are often lacking, and which means that it's one of the fewer copies that was intended for colleagues at the university, not regular trade. The first page of the Theses has the day "XXIX" of September written in hand. (nr. 2)EITHER-OR (PMM 315) - his main work, one of the most important works of philosophy of modern times, which seminally influenced later as well as contemporary philosophy - in a stunning copy, one of the loveliest we have ever seen. (nr. 3)THE CONCEPT OF DREAD - which formed the basis for existential psychology, and in which Kierkegaard heavily attacks the philosophy of Hegel - in a beautiful pastiche-binding of the highest quality. The book is said to have appeared in merely 250 copies, which has not actually been verified, but it is a fact that it was issued in a significantly smaller number than the other works, apart from "Sexten opbyggelige Taler", which is the rarest of all of his books. (nr. 7)SEXTEN OPBYGGELIGE TALER - is of the utmost scarcity and is extremely difficult to come by. To our knowledge, it has never before been included in any collection of Kierkegaard works in first editions that has been for sale. The book consists of the popular Two, Three and Four Upbuilding Discourses. The unsold copies of these "Opbyggelige Taler" ("Upbuilding Discourses") were initially collected under the title "Atten opbyggelige Taler" (Eighteen Upbuilding Discourses) and published with a collected title-page; when "To opbyggelige Taler" ("Two Upbuilding Discourses") from 1843 was sold out, the remaining sixteen upbuilding discourses were published with the title-page "Sexten opbyggelige Taler", - hence the number of copies of this rare title is said to be well under 100 ! and is thus by far the rarest of all of Kierkegaard's books. (nr. 11a)CONCLUDING UNSCIENTIFIC POSTSCRIPT TO THE PHILOSOPHICAL FRAGMENTS - which, besides being one of the most philosophically important of Kierkegaard's publications, also reveals one of the most important "secrets" of this philosophical giant: The authorship of not only his main work and the main work of existentialism, "Either-Or", but also of all of his pseudonymous works - in a splendid copy in most excellent condition. (nr. 12)TRAINING IN CHRISTIANITY - which constitutes one of the most Kierkegaardian of all of his works. It is here that he treats his central problematic: How to become a Christian in Christendom. The work also constitutes a fierce attack on the Danish church and was extremely controversial - here in a magnificent presentation-copy, bound in Kierkegaard's signature gift binding, with an original handwritten presentation-inscription on the front free end-paper, reading: "Til/ højærværdige Hr./ Pastor Dr. Rudelbach/ Venskabeligt/fra/ Udgiveren." [For the honourable/Mr. Vicar Doctor Rudelbach/ With friendship/ from/ the publisher (because he mentions himself as the publisher, and not the author on the title-page, he also signs his presentation as the publisher, -the real author according to Kierkegaard is Anti-Climacus)]. (nr. 21)Andreas Gottlob Rudelbach (1792-1862) was a well known Danish theologian and writer. He studied theology, received his master's degree in 1820 and his doctor's degree in 1822 because of his dissertation on Greek and Christian ethics. He was an orthodox Lutheran theologian and thus naturally critisized the prevailing rationalism of the time. For a while, he sympathized with the views of Grundtvig, with whom he issued the "Thoelogical Monthly" (1825-28). Due to his views, he was not given a position at the University of Copenhagen, and in 1829 he was summoned to Sachsen in Germany as the Superintendent there. Here, he continued his attacks on the rationalists and he fought against the union of the Lutherans and the Reformists. In 1845, tired of fighting for his cause and breaking definitively with Grundtvig, he returned to Denmark, where in 1848 he became the parish priest of Slagelse. Rudelbach played a great role in the development of Christianity in Denmark in the Golden Age, and for Kierkegaard he was an important figure personally as well as officially. Rudelbach was a frequent guest in the Kierkegaard home on Nytorv (in the centre of Copenhagen, where Kierkegaard lived for many years) and he frequently discussed with him. He also officially considered and commented on the Christian views and opinions of Rudelbach, and does this especially around the time of his "Training in Christianity". Before 1845 and his relocation to Denmark, Rudelbach had opposed Grundtvig in propounding reformation of the church; Kierkegaard is against this reformation which suggests political means of reformation, and Kierkegaard instead insists that the church needs to be dismantled and be rebuilt anew on spiritual terms. He writes an article about this roughly at the same time that he is working on his "Training in Christianity", and there is no doubt that much of his thought is prompted by Rudelbach. In a famous quotation from his diaries from the same year that "Training in Christianity" appears, Kierkegaard states "Dr. Rudelbach and I. We will never understand each other. Although the two frequently discussed Christianity and Grundtvig's ideas of Christianity, there were many things that they did not agree upon. For instance, around the appearance of "Training in Christianity", Rudelbach openly accuses Kierkegaard for distinguishing between the true church and the Christianity of the State, wherto Kierkegaard openly answered that although he was a "hater of the habitual Christianity", he did not wish for reform on the outside, only on the inside. There are few contemporaries as important for Kierkegaard's ideas on Christianity and more specifically for his important work "Training in Christianity" as Dr. Rudelbach, and the present copy is thus one of the most interesting presentation-copies that one could wish for of the present work. In all, five intact presentation-copies, incuding the present one, are known from Kierkegaard to Rudelbach, and apart from those we know of a few presentation-leaves that are torn out of the works in which they belonged. ... and we could mention many more that have had a profound influence upon the development of philosophy and thought of the 19th and 20th centuries.. 1) Af en endnu Levendes Papirer. Udgivet mod hans Villie. Kjøbenhavn, 1838.Contemporary brown half calf with gilt lines to spine. A bit of wear to extremities, but nice and tight and internally exceptionally nice, clean, and fresh. Himmelstrup 6.2) Om Begrebet Ironi med stadigt Hensyn til Socrates. Kjøbenhavn, 1841. Nice contemporary brown half calf with gilt spine. A bit of wear to hinges. A very nice and clean copy. Bound with the "Theses", which are not always present. Himmelstrup 8.3) Enten-Eller. Et Livs=Fragment. Udgivet af Victor Eremita. 2 Dele. Første Deel indeholdende A.'s Papirer. Anden Deel, indeholdende B.'s Papirer, Breve til A. Kjøbenhavn, 1843. Two beautiful, contemporary, uniform half calf bindings with richly gilt spines. Hinges of volume one very neatly restored - restoration barely visible. A bit of light brownspotting due to the paper quality (less than usual). An unusually beautiful copy, with the often lacking half-titles.Himmelstrup 20. 4) Frygt og Bæven. Dialektisk Lyrik af Johannes de silentio. Kjøbenhavn, 1843. Very elegant contemporary brown full cloth with richly gilt spine. In near mint condition. Light browning due to the paper quality. Himmelstrup 48.5) Gjentagelsen. Et Forsøg i den experimenterende Psychologi af Constantin Constantius. Kjøbenhavn, 1843. Very nice contemporary, elegant brown half calf with richly gilt spine. Spine a bit worn. Light brownspotting, as usual. Himmelstrup 53. 6) Philosophiske Smuler eller en Smule Philosophi. Af Johannes Climacus. Kjøbenhavn, 1844.Very elegant contemporary brown full cloth with richly gilt spine. In near mint condition. Light browning due to the paper quality. Himmelstrup 62. 7) Begrebet Angest. En simpel psychologisk = paapegende Overveielse i Retning af det dogmatiske Problem om Arvesynden af Vigilius Haufniensis. Kjøbenhavn, 1844.Magnificent pastiche binding in green morocco with richly gilt spine. A beautiful copy with only very light brownspotting. Himmelstrup 68.8) Forord. Morskabslæsning for enkelte Stænder efter Tid og Leilighed af Nicolaus Notabene. Kjøbenhavn, 1844. Original blue paper binding ("Hollanderet") with the original printed title-label on the spine preserved. Uncut and in extremely fine original condition. Internally Light brownspotting, due to the paper quality. Himmelstrup 70.9) Tre Taler ved tænkte Lejligheder. Kjøbenhavn, 1845.Very nice later black half calf in the style of Kierkegaard, with double gilt lines and gilt lettering to spine. A marginal damp stain, far from effecting text, and some brownspotting, due to the paper quality. Himmelstrup 76.10) Stadier paa Livets Vei. Studier af Forskjellige. Sammenbragte, befordrede til Trykken og udgivne af Hilarius Bogbinder. Kjøbenhavn, 1845. Beautiful contemporary black half calf with richly gilt spine. A bit of wear to spines. Old owner's name to title-page. Only very light brownspotting. Himmelstrup 78. 11) Atten opbyggelige Taler. Kjøbenhavn, 1843 - 45. Contemporary half calf with richly gilt spine. A bit of fading to the gilding. Hinges and spine ends professionally repaired. With all separate title-pages as well as the joint one. A few minor brownspots otherwise exceptionally clean inside.Consists of: a) To opb. Taler, 1843. b) Tre opb. Taler, 1843. c) Fire opb. Taler, 1843. d) To opb. Taler, 1844. e) Tre opb. Taler, 1844. f) Fire opb. Taler, 1844. Himmelstrup 85.11a) Sexten opbyggelige Taler. Kjøbenhavn, 1843 - 45.Fine contemporary black full cloth binding with gilt spine. A small tear at top of spine, otherwise very nice, clean and fresh - also internally, with only very minor brownspotting. With all the separate half titles as well as the joint one. Consists of: a) Tre opb. Taler, 1843. b) Fire opb. Taler, 1843. c) To opb. Taler, 1844. d) Tre opb. Taler, 1844. e) Fire opb. Taler, 1844. 12) Afsluttende uvidenskabelig Efterskrift til de philosophiske Smuler. Mimisk=pathetisk=dialektisk Sammenskrift, Existentielt Indlæg af Johannes Climacus. Kjøbenhavn, 1846. Beautiful contemporary brown half calf with richly gilt spine. Minimal brownspotting. A splendid copy. Himmelstrup 90. 13) En literair Anmeldelse. To Tidsaldre, Novelle af Forfatteren til "en Hverdagshistorie," udgiven af J.L. Heiberg. Kbhv. Reitzel. 1845, Anmeldt af S. Kierkegaard. Kjøbenhavn, 1846. Nice contemporary brown half calf with gilt spine. Spine a bit worn, especially upper capital, but fine and tight. Internally some brownspotting and old owner's name and acquisition note (1847) on title-page. Himmelstrup 100. 14) Opbyggelige Taler i forskjellig Aand. K., 1847. Beautiful contemporary full black morocco with richly gilt spine. Almost no brownspotting. A lovely copy. With all the separate half titles as well as the joint one. Consists of: a) En Leiligheds=Tale. b) Hvad man lærer af Lilierne paa Marken og Himmelens Fugle. Tre Taler. c) Lidelsernes Evangelium. Christelige Taler. Himmelstrup 101.15) Kjerlighedens Gjerninger. Nogle Christelige Overveielser i Talers Form. Første - Anden Følge (all). Kjøbenhavn, 1847. Nice contemporary brown half calf with elegant line-gilding to spine. Leather with signs of wear. Some brownspotting.Himmelstrup 105.16) Christelige Taler. K., 1848. Beautiful contemporary full black morocco with richly gilt spine. A small chip to upper capital. A bit of light brownspotting. A lovely copy. With all the separate half titles as well as the joint one. Consists of: a) Hedningenes Bekymringer. b) Stemninger i Lidelsers Strid. c) Tanker, som saare bagfra - til Opbyggelse. d) Taler ved Altergangen om Fredagen. Christelige Taler.Himmelstrup 110.17) Lilien paa Marken og Fuglen under Himlen. Tre Gudelige Taler. Kjøbenhavn, 1849. Very nice contemporary black half calf with elegant geometrical gilding to spine and gilt lines to boards. Binding with a bit of wear. Internally very nice and clean. Himmelstrup: 113Bound with 20): Ypperstepræsten, Tolderen og Synderinden18) Tvende ethisk-religieuse Smaa-Afhandlinger af H.H. Kjøbenhavn, 1849. Near contemporary brown half calf with gilt lettering to spine. A bit of brownspotting, but a fine copy. Himmelstrup 116.19) Sygdommen til Døden. En Christelig psychologisk Udvikling til Opbyggelse og Opvækkelse af Anti-Climacus. Kjøbenhavn, 1849.Very nice later red half calf with elegant line-gilding and gilt lettering to spine. Internally completely clean. With the often lacking half-title.Himmelstrup 119.20) "Ypperstepræsten", "Tolderen", "Synderinden", tre Taler ved Altergangen om Fredagen. Kjøbenhavn, 1849.See: 17) - withboundHimmelstrup: 12021) Indøvelse i Christendom. Af Anti-Climacus. Nr. I. II. III. Kjøbenhavn, 1850. PRESENTATION-COPY in Kierkegaard's typical full paper gift-binding of black glitted paper with single gilt lines and gilt title to spine, all edges gilt. Capitals and front hinge, outer and inner, neatly restored. A bit of overall wear. Damp-staining to front pasted-down end-paper, also affecting free end-paper with inscription, but here much lighter. Back end-papers also with some damp-staining. Otherwise internally very nice and clean. On vellum-paper.Himmelstrup 121. 22) En opbyggelig Tale. Kjøbenhavn, 1850. Uncut in the original printed wrappers. Back wrapper loose, but fully intact. A splendid copy in completely original condition, which is rare. Himmelstrup 128. 23) To Taler ved Altergangen om Fredagen. Kjøbenhavn, 1851. Uncut in the original printed wrappers (scarce). Back wrapper loose, but fully intact. A marginal damp stain, far from affecting text. Himmelstrup 130.24) Om min Forfatter-Virksomhed. Kjøbenhavn, 1851.Very nice later black full cloth with gilt red leather title-label to front board. Bound with the rare original printed wrappers. A bit of brownspotting. A very nice copy. Himmelstrup 132.25) Til Selvprøvelse. Samtiden anbefalet. Kjøbenhavn, 1851.Contemporary brown half calf with some wear to spine. Lovely moiré-patterned paper over boards. Internally exceptionally nice and clean. Himmelstrup 136. Bound with extra copies of the first printings of: 22), 23), 24), all very fine and clean.26) Guds Uforanderlighed. En Tale. Kjøbenhavn, 1855.Very nice contemporary brown half calf with richly gilt spine. Spine with a bit of wear, but a lovely copy. Internally very nice, clean, and fresh. Himmelstrup: 177Bound with: 27), 28), and 29):27) Øieblikket. Nr. 1-9. Kjøbenhavn, 1855. All 9 numbers in first editions, contemporarily bound together, which is rare. Himmelstrup 180. 28) Dette skal siges; saa være det da sagt. Kjøbenhavn, 1855. Himmelstrup: 19929) Hvad Christus dømmer om officiel Christendom. Kjøbenhavn, 1855.Himmestrup: 200. 30) Bladartikler, med Bilag samlede efter Forfatterens Død, udgivne som Supplement til hans øvrige Skrifter af R. Nielsen. Kjøbenhavn, 1857.Nice contemporary green half cloth with gilt lines and gilt lettering to spine. A fine copy. Himmelstrup: 272.31) En Bladartikel, udgiven som Anhang til "S. Kierkegaards Bladartikler." K., 1859. Beautiful full marbled paper binding with gilt red morocco title-label to front board. Bound with the original grey printed wrappers. A mint copy. Himmelstrup: 287.32) Synspunktet for min Forfatter=Virksomhed. En ligefrem Meddelelse, Rapport til Historien. K., 1859.Lovely, elegant contemporary black half calf with richly gilt spine. A bit of wear to spine and corners. Light occasional brownspotting.Himmelstrup: 292."Søren Aabye Kierkegaard (b. 1813, d. 1855) was a profound and prolific writer in the Danish "golden age" of intellectual and artistic activity. His work crosses the boundaries of philosophy, theology, psychology, literary criticism, devotional literature and fiction. Kierkegaard brought this potent mixture of discourses to bear as social critique and for the purpose of renewing Christian faith within Christendom. At the same time he made many original conceptual contributions to each of the disciplines he employed. He is known as the "father of existentialism", but at least as important are his critiques of Hegel and of the German romantics, his contributions to the development of modernism, his literary experimentation, his vivid re-presentation of biblical figures to bring out their modern relevance, his invention of key concepts which have been explored and redeployed by thinkers ever since, his interventions in contemporary Danish church politics, and his fervent attempts to analyse and revitalise Christian faith." (SEP)

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        Cockney Adventures and Tales of London

      London: W.M. Clark, 1838. First Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Very Good Condition. Contemporary half leather, edges well worn, hinges rubbed, scattered mostly light foxing and staining internally. Bound up from the original 21 parts with an added title and table - sometimes a frontis was also added, but it is lacking here. Each issue with an illustrated first page, a few other illustrations throughout. Obviously inspired by Pickwick (Nicholson also wrote a parody of Dombey and Son a few years later), each issue has a story illustrative of common life in London. Nicholson - known as Lord Chief Baron" was a widely popular and visible figure in the London demi-monde - editor, author, pawnbroker and pub-owner. Old signatures on endpapers. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Inventory No: 046036.

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        Exposition and Defence of Earl Bathurst's Administration of the affairs of Canada, when colonial secretary, during the years 1822 to 1827, Inclusive. by the Right Honourable Sir Robert Wilmot Horton, Bart., G.C.H [Author Presentation Copy]

      John Murray, Albemarle Street. 1838 - Appendix A. A bill (as amended by the Committee) for uniting the legislatures of the provinces of Lower and Upper Canada -- Appendix B. Examination of the Right Hon. Robert John Wilmot Horton, a member of the committee -- Appendix C. Extracts from the evidence of Edward Ellice, esq., before the Select committee on the Civil Government of Canada -- Appendix D. The French Canadians. [Letter] to the editor of the Morning chronicle [signed M.] The two Canadas. (Second letter) To the editor of the Morning Chronicle [signed M.]. AUTHOR PRESENTATION COPY. 8vo. 106pp [2 adverts] rebound half calf over marbled boards. Sabin 33073. Rare Work. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Oliver Twist. Or, The Parish Boy's Progress. By "Boz". In Three Volumes.

      Richard Bentley, London, 1838. - FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE, with the later removed 'Fireside' plate to vol. 3, and "Boz" cited as author to title pages. 3 volumes; 12mo. Illustrated with 24 plates by Cruikshank. Light foxing, very occasional marking. Original publisher's brown cloth gilt, variant with Bentley's name at base of spine. Worn to extremities, professional and rather old repairs to spines. Old professional respine to volume I. Some staining and soiling to boards, a little chipping, a respectable, durable set. Half titles and ads present where called for. Internally clean, some minor toning and foxing here and there, glazed yellow endpapers, ink ownership to flyleaves. An affordable and strong first issue copy of a classic. Dickens' classic second novel, published one year after 'The Pickwick Papers', which publicised the various hypocrisies and contemporary social evils, including the workhouse, child labour and the recruitment of children as criminals. Full of greed and corruption, sarcasm and dark humour, 'Oliver Twist' featured a host of immortal characters including Fagin, Bill Sikes, The Artful Dodger and of course, Oliver. Eckel, p.59-62. Podeschi; Gimbel Catalogue [A27], Grolier Exhibition [69], Suzannet Catalogue [39]. BMC No.271, 'The Great Illustrators', Collins; Dickens and Crime (1962). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        WESH-CUBB / A CHIPPEWAY CHIEF. / / from History of the Indian Tribes of North America. (First edition)

      Philadelphia: [F.W. Greenough.] 1838 - Original coloured lithograph. 19 x 12.75 inch sheet size. Time staining; white streak in lower margin.Lower center:WESH-CUBB / A CHIPPEWAY CHIEF. / BEFORE the later publishing inscriptions: [BY F. W. GREENOUGH, PHILAD.A / Drawn Printed & Coloured at I. T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment No. 94 Walnut St: / Entered according to act of Congress in the Year 1838 by F. W. Greenough, in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Penn.a ]Alfred M. Hoffy (American, 1790-1860), After Charles Bird King (American, 1785-1862), Printer John T. Bowen Lithography, Philadelphia (American, about 1834-1844), Publisher Frederick W. Greenough (American, active in Philadelphia)

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        OLIVER TWIST;

      1838. or, The Parish Boy's Progress. By "Boz." In Three Volumes. London: Richard Bentley, 1838. 4 pp Vol I undated ads; 2 preliminary pp Vol III undated ads. Original purplish-brown fine-diaper cloth. First Edition, first issue, of this classic novel that has also been a hit as a Broadway musical. This is the "true first edition," not merely the "first edition in book form" -- as, unlike most of Dickens's novels, OLIVER TWIST was not first issued in monthly serial parts. It did appear in "Bentley's Miscellany" magazine from February 1837 through April 1839, but this three-volume edition was published in November 1838. (OLIVER TWIST was finally issued in ten serial parts in 1846 -- one of the scarcest "Dickens in parts.")~This copy is of the first issue -- with "Boz" on the title pages and with the "fireside" plate at the end of Vol III. Within a week after the first copies were issued, Dickens insisted that his name (rather than "Boz") appear on the title pages; he also insisted that the "church" plate replace the "fireside" plate at the end of the third volume.~This set is in the primary fine-diaper cloth (some copies are in horizontally-ribbed cloth of the same color, but with a different arabesque design -- precedence unknown). This copy does have the "London/Bentley" imprint at the foot of the spines, where some copies are blank; it has been surmised that the blank binding is earlier, if only because Bentley would have been more likely to add than to remove his name from the volumes -- though precedence is far from certain. Lastly, the list of illustrations in Vol I is present in this copy: again it is uncertain whether its absence or its presence was the earlier state, though it is possible that Bentley may have begun inserting it when he realized that George Cruikshank's name had otherwise been omitted from the publication. (Bear in mind that the second issue, with Dickens's name on the title pages, was out within a week of the first; therefore, all of these questions of precedence among issue points involve only a few days.)~Condition is very good, with minor edge-wear: the volumes appear to have been re-cased, and the (original yellow) endpapers are cracked despite the presence of early matching strips of paper in the gutters. Smith I pp 28-37; Gimbel A27; Eckel pp 59-61; Carter BV p. 107 and MBV p. 7. Housed in an open-back cloth case.

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