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        SKETCHES BY BOZ. Illustrative of Every-Day Life and Every-Day People. With forty illustrations by George Cruikshank. New edition, complete.

      Chapman and Hall, 186. Strand., London 1839 - FIRST COLLECTED EDITION. 8vo. 5.5 x 8.5 inches. viii + 526 pp. Lacking the half title, discarded by binder. Bound in contemporary half morocco; spine in compartments with raised bands, decorated gilt. Patterned endpapers. All edges gilt. The plates are clean with occasional foxing, mostly confined to extreme margins. otherwise a fine clean copy. Illustrated by [40] engraved plates, including engraved title and frontispiece. 'The following pages contain the earliest productions of their Author, written from time to time to meet the exigencies of a Newspaper or a Magazine. They were originally published in two series; the first in two volumes [1836-37], and the second in one [1837]. Several editions having been exhausted, both are now published together in one volume, uniform with the Pickwick Papers, and Nicholas Nickleby.' (Preface). The Sketches were the first published work by Charles Dickens. LITERATURE DICKENS LIT. FICTION ENGLISH 19TH CENTURY FIRST EDITION LITERATURE

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        Sketches By Boz

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1839. viii, 526pp, plates. Later half calf and marbled paper over boards, raised flat bands, spine in five panels, title label to second panel, gilt to bands, marbled endpapers. Rubbed to extremities, marbled paper over boards rubbed and scuffed. Inner joints reinforced, hint of foxing to edges of text block, occasional very light damp staining, a few plates are lightly browned, but generally fairly clean. Lacks half-title. The first collected edition with forty plates by George Cruikshank. Smith, page 16, Cohn 234. First Thus. Half Calf and Boards. Good. Illus. by Cruikshank, George. 8vo.

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        Florula Capraiae sive Enumeratio Plantarum in insula Capraia vel sponte nascentium, vel ad utilitatem latius excultarum, auctoribus Iosepho Moris et Iosepho De Notaris.

      Ex Regio Typographeo., Taurini. 1839 - In-4° (cm 31 x 23,5), leg. in mezza tela con le brossure originali applicate ai piatti, pp. 2 bianche - con invio autografo non firmato degli autori all'avvocato Luigi Colla -, 244 di testo ed indice; alla fine VI tavv. incise in rame, ed un ultimo foglio bianco. Prima delle tavole è rilegato un opuscolo del MORIS, di formato leggermente inferiore, dal titolo: 'Stirpes Sardoae novae aut minus notae' (stesso editore, senza data), di pp. 6 non numerate. Leggerissimo aloncino all'angolo superiore esterno delle pp. da 11 a 160 circa; per il resto ottimo esemplare di questa rarissima opera, abbastanza fresco e in barbe. Giuseppe DE NOTARIS (Milano, 1805 - Roma, 1877) si laureò in medicina all'università di Pavia, e immediatamente dopo la laurea si diede agli studi di Botanica; ottenne un incarico all'università di Torino e all'orto botanico del Valentino. Nel 1843 si trasferì alla Università di Genova come Professore di Botanica e Direttore dell'Orto botanico, e nel 1858 fondò nel capoluogo ligure il primo Sodalizio italiano di carattere prettamente botanico, la Società Crittogamologica Italiana. Dal 1863 fu rettore dell'Ateneo genovese. Su richiesta del Ministro della Pubblica Istruzione, nel 1872, si trasferì a Roma per istituirvi la cattedra di Botanica. Suo interesse botanico prevalente fu lo studio e le ricerche sulle Crittogame. Insieme agli allievi Francesco Baglietto e Vincenzo de Cesati fondò l'importantissima raccolta dell'Erbario Crittogamico Italiano. Dopo l'unità d'Italia insegnò a Napoli e, dal 1872, a Roma, dove tenne la cattedra di Botanica e fondò l'Orto botanico. Giuseppe Giacinto MORIS (Orbassano, 1796 - Torino, 1869) si laureò in Medicina presso l'Università di Torino nel 1815; allievo di Giovanni Battista Balbis si appassionò agli studi botanici. Nel 1822 si trasferì a Cagliari come Professore di Clinica medica e nel 1829 rientrò a Torino come Professore di Medicina, per essere infine nominato, nel 1831, Direttore dell'Orto Botanico, carica che mantenne fino alla morte. Nel maggio del 1848 era stato nominato Senatore del Regno di Sardegna. Luigi COLLA (Torino, 1766 - 1848) fu uno degli avvocati più noti della sua epoca; amico dei più autorevoli botanici del tempo, botanico appassionato egli stesso, acquistò un podere a Rivoli dove iniziò a coltivare le piante indagandone la struttura e definendone i sistemi di coltivazione.

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        ON COINS AND MEDALS, WITH A NOTICE OF THE MEDAL WHICH HAS BEEN RECENTLY STRUCK TO COMMEMORATE THE SETTLEMENT OF NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. The American Journal of Science and Arts. Vol. XXXVII, No. 2

      New Haven: Printed by B.L. Hamlin, 1839. Conducted by Benjamin Silliman. 8vo [23.5 by 15 cm], original printed light brown card covers. vi, 201-407 pages [Allan's article comprises pages 285-288]. Internal foxing, as seen in all copies we've encountered. Very good. A remarkable recent find, never before offered at auction in numismatic channels. John Allan (1777-1863) was an early American coin collector who, according to Q. David Bowers's American Numismatics before the Civil War, is "a candidate for being America's first rare coin dealer." A Scottish immigrant to New York City, he was active from at least the 1820s until his death at age 86 in 1863. Attinelli thought highly of him, saying that "Mr. Allan was so noted an antiquarian as to require no further mention from me"--and yet Attinelli himself didn't know of this publication, failing to include it in his 1876 Numisgraphics. The article, written at the request of Benjamin Silliman, the editor, consists of a general overview of the subject of numismatics, with a focus on the development of the medallic art since the Renaissance. After discussing the national medallic series of Europe, Allan makes note of the Comitia Americana series and mentions the medals commissioned for Commodores Truxton and Preble. The War of 1812 Naval medals are brought up, as is the Erie Canal medal. Allan closes by mentioning the medal struck in commemoration of the bicentennial of the founding of New Haven, Connecticut (home of the American Journal of Science and Arts, and the impetus behind Silliman's request of some words by Allan for the journal). Allan was involved in the design of that medal, which was struck by the U.S. Mint. Better known as a book collector than a coin collector, Allan was nonetheless a force to be reckoned with. The sale of his library was the most important book sale to have taken place in America at the time. Catalogued by the famous American bibliographer Joseph Sabin, the 5278 lots brought $37,698.26, a staggering sum. Over 200 lots of coins and medals were included near the end. Purchasers included Ten Eyck, Appleton, Woodward, Strobridge, Jewett and other notable numismatists of the day. Other material derived from his collections was sold in later years, including a coin collection auctioned by Cogan in 1870 (the subject of a plated catalogue). The present article is of considerable importance as one of the very few numismatic works published in this country in the 1830s and as perhaps the only numismatic work authored by Allan. See David Fanning's article on this work in the July-September 2015 issue of The Asylum for more information.

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        1840, auf das Schaltjahr,.

      Berlin Köni Preuss:Kalender Deputat 1839 - gest. Frontisp., gest. Titel, 12 Bll., 304 SS., 1 Bl., 98 SS., 109 SS. und 12 Kst.- Tafeln, kl.- 8°, HLdr.- Bd. d. Zt. m. reicher gold- u. blindgepr. Deckelverz., Rvg. und Ganzgoldschn. ( l. ber. u.best.). Enthält: Kalendarium, Teil 1 der Geschichte der Mark Brandenburg; eine Novelle: "Der rechte Erbe". Die Kst. mit Ansichten v. Potsdam, Paretz, Burg Hohenzollern, Crossen, Brandenburg, Märk. Schweitz, Prenzlau, Freienwalde, Neu Ruppin, Schwedt, 1 Portrait u. 2 weitere Stiche zur Novelle. - Vorbesitzerexlibris. - Sehr dekoratives, privat gebundenes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Hyaenen-Jagd am Nile" originale Farb-Lithographie ca.33x26cm (Darstellung/image size) auf festem Bütten-Papier (48x36cm) unterhalb der Darstellung typographisch betitelt und bezeichnet;

      - aus: "Malerische Ansichten aus dem Orient"; Weigel München 1839 [Das dekorative und seltene Blatt an den Rändern minimal stockfleckig.] In Folge des Napoleonischen Feldzuges nach Ägypten 1798 - 1801 begann die wissenschaftliche, wirtschaftliche, politische und kulturelle Aneignung des Orients durch den Okzident. Einer der frühesten war Heinrich von Mayr, der zunächst eine Ausbildung zum Genre-, Schlachten- und Pferdemaler bei seinem Stief vater Christian Friedrich Fues und bei Albert Reindel erhalten hatte, bevor er 1838 Kabinettmaler des reiselustigen Herzogs Maximilian von Bayern wurde, Vater der späteren österreichischen Kaiserin Elisabeth, gen. Sissi. Der Künstler begleitete ihn im gleichen Jahr auf eine achtmonatige Reise nach Nubien, Ägypten, Palästina, Syrien und Malta, aus der zwei Veröffentlichungen erwuchsen: „Malerische Ansichten aus dem Orient", 1839, und „Genrebilder aus dem Orient", 1846 – 50. Ihre lithographischen Illustrationen nach Zeichnungen Heinrich von Mayrs hatten dokumentarische Funktion, sollten aber auch dem Vergnügen und der Bildung dienen: Orientalische Landschaften und Sehenswürdigkeiten, Volks- und Straßenszenen, besondere Architekturen wie Tempel, Pyramiden oder Ruinen. (von: Annette Frese; Kurpfälzisches Museum der Stadt Heidelberg; 2010.)

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        \"Otto I. Koenig von Griechenland\". Der König zu Pferde in griechischer Nationaltracht mit Gefolge vor der Akropolis zu Athen.

       Altkolorierte Lithographie von Gustav Kraus, 1839, 54 x 43,5 cm. Pressler 594, II; Lentner 5000: \"Ungemein dekoratives seltenes Portrait, militärkostümlich von besonderem Interesse\". Aus der Serie der sog. \"Fürstenbilder\". - Auf braunen Karton aufgezogen, die Inschrift und das Wappen unten gesondert montiert. - Herrliches Altkolorit. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Porträts, Griechenland, Otto I. von Griechenland, Wittelsbacher

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        Thousand and One Nights, The

      

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        [Title in Arabic] Kitab tabaqat al-mufassirin.

      Leiden: at the shop of S. and J. Luchtmans,, 1839. Specimen e litteris orientalibus, exhibens Sojuiti librum de interpretibus Korani, ex MS. codice Bibliothecae Leidensis, editum et annotatione illustratum, quod ad publicam disceptationem proponit Albertus Meursinge. Quarto (280 × 220 mm). Original marbled card wrappers. Arabic and Latin types; dedication leaf to Hendrik Engelinus Weyers printed in Arabic. Spine rubbed, hinges a little tender in places, but a superb and entirely unsophisticated copy, largely unopened. First edition in the original Arabic of Suyuti's biographical dictionary of Qur'anic exegetes, edited by Dutch scholar Albert Meursinge from an incomplete manuscript: a most appealing publication, printed on large paper with deep impressions of the types; uncommon with just four copies on Copac (BL, Oxford, two in Cambridge); OCLC adds SOAS and some two dozen copies worldwide, mostly in Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands, none traced in North America. Albert Meursinge (1812-50) taught at the college for colonial administrators established by the Dutch government in Delft and is notable for having produced the first Dutch handbook of Islamic law, edited from a Malay manuscript. Suyuti was born in Cairo to Circassian and Persian heritage in 1445. Best remembered for his commentary on the Qur'an, he also wrote on Sufism, law and hadith: "his writings covered almost the entire gamut of the Islamic sciences. He was the most productive of all Islamic authors" (Leaman, ed., The Qur'an: An Encyclopaedia, p. 618).

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        Oliver Twist; or, The Parish Boy's Progress

      Paris: A. and W. Galignani & Co.,, 1839 . Octavo (130 × 121 mm). Near-contemporary green half calf, red morocco label to spine lettered gilt, marbled sides and endpapers, edges speckled black. Ownership signature to title page. Spine faded, tips and spine ends very slightly worn, a little mild foxing to contents. An excellent copy. First Galignani edition. Galignani's Paris editions were piracies, but carefully done. Wordsworth admitted that Galignani's edition of his poems "is printed with admirable accuracy, I have not noticed a single error that I am not myself answerable for".

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        Histoire d'Angleterre

      E. Houdaille 1839 - - E. Houdaille, Paris 1839, Grd. in-8 (16,5x26cm), 470pp. et 469pp. et 478pp. et 560pp., relié. - Edition continuée jusqu'en 1815 par Ch. Coote, et jusqu'à nos jours par Alexandrine Aragon, avec les notes de Barante, Norvins et Thiers. 4 cartes dépliantes et 27 figures sur acier hors-texte. Reliure en plein maroquin marine signée Boutigny (avec son étiquette de relieur). Dos lisses ornés de fers en long rocaille. Grande plaque dorée rocaille sur les plats avec oiseaux, dragon, animaux et fleurs. Tranches dorées. Gardes citrons. Frottements en coiffes et coins, bordures. Rayures sur le plat supérieur du tome 1. 4 coins émoussés. Dos ayant viré au bleu canard, uniformément. Planches souvent brunies, en raison des serpentes. Un cahier un peu ressorti au tome 1. Rousseurs éparses, parfois rares, parfois assez présentes, sur un papier demeuré blanc dans l'ensemble. Magnifique série, en dépit de légers défauts, dans une réalisation typique rocaille qui a fait la gloire du relieur Boutigny. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition continued until 1815 by Ch. Coote, and to this day by Alexabdrine Aragon, with notes of Barante Norvins and Thiers. Bound in full morocco navy signed Boutigny (with binder label). back smooth decorated with rock in long irons. Large gilded rococo plate boards with birds, dragon, animals and flowers. gilt edges. Guards lemons. 470pp. et 469pp. et 478pp. et 560pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Dix Commandements de Dieu [WITH 11 LITHOGRAPHIC PLATES]

      Edouard Rigo; Paulin; Goupil & Vibert; Anaglyphic Company (London), Paris; London 1839 - Elephant folio (20 6/8 x 13 6/8"). 72pp. Modern half brown cloth over printed paper covered boards. Lithographic title page. Decorative initials and tailpieces.Scarce first edition of Louis Judicis de Mirandole's "Les Dix Commandements de Dieu" (God's Ten Commandments), a striking work on the Decalogue, splendidly illustrated with 11 lithographic allegorical plates (10 for each commandment, and one for the Conclusion). Each of the ten Decalogue plates (size: 20 1/2 x 13 1/4; image: 14 x 9") is captioned in Latin, French, English, German, and Spanish. Book rebacked, but retaining its original boards. Corners heavily rubbed. Heavy foxing/sunning to covers. Pages moderately to heavily foxed throughout. Text in French. Captions in Latin, French, English, German, and Spanish. Binding in overall fair to good-, interior in good- to good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        Malerische Reise in Süd- und Nordamerika. Eine geordnete Zusammenstellung des Wissenswürdigsten von den Entdeckungsreisen eines Columbus, Las Casas...verfaßt von einer Gesellschaft reisender und Gelehrter unter der Leitung des Herrn Aleide d`Orbigny. Deutsch von Dr. A. Diezmann. Mit gegen 300 Abbildungen.

      Leipzig, Baumgärtner,1839. 26,5 x 22 cm. XVI, 320, 2 Seiten. Original Pappband der zeit mit Rückenschild. Gut erhalten, Ecken und Kanten minmal bestossen. Sehr schönes Exemplar und nur manchmal etwas fleckig in den Stichen. MIT BEIDEN, MEHRFACH GEFALTETEN KARTEN VON NORD- UND SÜDAMERIKA. Sehr schöne und reich bebilderte Reisebeschreibung von ganz Nord - und Südamerika. Versand D: 6,00 EUR 19. Jahrhundert; Amerika; Volkskunde

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        Wunderbuch für die reifere Jugend. Eine Galerie .

      Stuttgart Hoffmann 1839 - IV, 478 SS. mit 36 Abb. in Lithographie auf 18 Tafeln, gr.- 8°, Ppbd. d. Zt. ( beschabt und bestoßen) Seebaß I, 693, Stuck - Villa 116. Wegehaupt, Nr. 699. - Erste Ausgabe. - Unter den Abb. zahlr. Ansichten, u.a. Berlin ( Brandenb. Tor), Hamburg, Kassel, Schwetzingen sowie a. d. Ausland Athen, Bad Isch. New York, Salzburg usw. - Teilweise leicht fleckig. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Ein Mädchen, einen Ziegenbock an der Hand führend, einen Waldweg in einem Laubwald entlang spazierend.

      - Bleistift auf gelblichem Velin, links unten monogrammiert „TK.", verso Landschaftsstudie in roter Kreide, am Unterrand bezeichnet „Th. Kotsch." 25:19 cm. Verso an den Ecken Reste einer alten Montierung. Nach einem Studium als Zeichner am Polytechnikum seiner Geburtstadt bildete sich Theodor Kotsch erst autodidaktisch weiter. 1839 ging er nach München, um bei A. Zimmermann (1808-1888) zu studieren, als dessen begabtester Schüler er gilt sowie als einer der ersten Münchner Landschafter, die in Oberbayern, vor allem in Eberfing, Naturstudien betrieben. Bereits 1840 begann er im Münchner Kunstverein auszustellen und hatte schließlich 1845 mit dem Bild „Abend in Südtirol" Erfolg, was ihn zu seiner Rückkehr nach Hannover veranlaßte. Seine hier entstandenen Hügellandschaften des Harzes brachten ihm in Hannover großes Ansehen. Aufgrund freundschaftlicher Kontakte zu J. W. Schirmer (1807-1863) übersiedelte Kotsch 1855 nach Karlsruhe, wo er sich dessen Kreis anschloß. 1870 kehrte er nach München zurück, wo er bis zu seinem Tode lebte.

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        A Narrative Of The Greek Mission. Sixteen Years In Malta And Greece: Including Tours In The Peloponnesus, In The Aegean And Ionian Isles; With Remarks On The Religious Opinions, Moral State, Social Habits, Politics, Language, History, And Lazarettos Of Malta And Greece. - In the original cloth.

      John Snow, London 1839 - Substantial octavo volume bound in the original blue pebbled cloth decorated in black and gilt; all edges gilt. There is a little rubbing and the hinges are a bit strained but absolutely firm. (ii), xiii, 596pp.; with Baxter process coloured frontispiece and engraved vignette to first page of text; 3 illustrations in text. Attractive engraved plate on front paste-down states that this book was given as a Dancing prize at Over Hall Seminary, Mirfield in 1870! Uncommon. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht der Stadt mit der Burg Häme ('Vue De Tavastehus').

      - getönte Lithographie v. Lauvergne gedr. b. Lemercier in Paris n. Tirpenne aus Voyages en Scandinavie, en Laponie, etc. . b. Arthus Bertrand in Paris & Akermann in London, 1839, 28,5 x 42,5

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        Gesamtansicht ('Ville De Tammerfors').

      - getönte Lithographie v. Lauvergne gedr. b. Lemercier in Paris n. Sabatier aus Voyages en Scandinavie, en Laponie, etc. . b. Arthus Bertrand in Paris & Akermann in London, 1839, 31 x 43,5

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        Gesamtansicht über den Fluss auf Kirche und Stadt ('Ville De Ny-Carleby').

      - getönte Lithographie v. Lauvergne gedr. b. Lemercier in Paris n. Tirpenne aus Voyages en Scandinavie, en Laponie, etc. . b. Arthus Bertrand in Paris & Akermann in London, 1839, 28 x 43,5

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        Gesamtansicht mit Blick auf den Finnischen Meerbusen ('Vue De La Ville De Lovisa').

      - getönte Lithographie v. Lauvergne gedr. b. Lemercier in Paris aus Voyages en Scandinavie, en Laponie, etc. . b. Arthus Bertrand in Paris & Akermann in London, 1839, 29,5 x 44,5

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        Ansicht mit den Holzhäusern am Ufer des Flusses Porvoonjoki ('Vue De La Ville De Borga').

      - getönte Lithographie v. Lauvergne gedr. b. Lemercier in Paris n. Sabatier aus Voyages en Scandinavie, en Laponie, etc. . b. Arthus Bertrand in Paris & Akermann in London, 1839, 30,5 x 42,5

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        Nicholas Nickleby

      Chapman and Hall, London 1839 - Octavo. In two volumes. mixed state, 40 engraved illustrations by Phiz, 320, 321-624pp., text is clean, plated do display foxing as well as facing pages. Bound in contemporary 3/4 brown polished calf over marbled paper covered boards, red and black contrasting leather labels gilt, spines have changed to a lighter brown. A very good set. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Canon arithmeticus sive tabulae quibus exhibentur pro singulis numeris primis vel primorum potestatibus infra 1000 numeri ad datos indices et indices ad datos numeros pertinentes.

      Berlin Typis Academicis 1839 - (26 x 22 cm). XL, 248 S. Dekorativer Halblederband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe in einem Exemplar aus der Bibliothek von R. Dedekind, mit dessen handschriftlichem Namenszug auf dem Vorsatz und zahlreichen handschriftlichen Korrekturen von ihm. - Jacobi (1804-1851), Professor für Mathematik in Königsberg, erlangt besondere Bedeutung durch seine Arbeiten auf dem Gebiete der Differentialgleichungen und der Variationsrechnung. Sie bilden noch heute die maßgebenden mathematischen Grundlagen der modernen Physik. Hier eine seiner wenigen großen Monographien. - Vorsatz teils etwas leimschattig und im Falz gebrochen, sonst sauber und wohlerhalten. - DSB 7, 50; Poggendorff I, 1178 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott

      Edinburgh - Robert Cadell, 1839 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A complete set of this biography of renowned poet Sir Walter Scott. Second edition. This biography has been called the second most admirable in the English language, after Boswell's Life of Johnson. It was published a great number of Scott's letters. Lockhart's account of the business transactions between Scott and the Ballantynes and Constable caused an outcry; and in the discussion that followed he showed bitterness in his pamphlet The Ballantyne Humbug handled. The proceeds, which were considerable, Lockhart resigned for the benefit of Scott's creditors. Scott was the first English-language author to have a truly international career in his lifetime, with many contemporary readers in Europe, Australia, and North America. His novels and poetry are still read, and many of his works remain classics of both English-language literature and of Scottish literature. Famous titles include Ivanhoe, Rob Roy, The Lady of the Lake, Waverley, The Heart of Midlothian and The Bride of Lammermoor. With frontispieces and additional illustrated title pages to each volume. Complete in ten volumes. Condition: In half-calf bindings. Externally sound, though with some rubbing and marks to the spine. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are mainly bright and clean, though with some foxing to the first and last few pages. Overall: VERY GOOD. ?.

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        A catalogue of the shells, arranged according to the Lamarckian system; together with descriptions of new or rare species, contained in the collection of John C. Jay; illustrated by several plates. 3rd ed.

      1839 - Four editions of this catalogue were published, the first one in 1835. This very scarce book was the first illustrated catalogue of an American collection. "The shell collection of Dr. John Clarkson Jay was the first large, comprehensive collection 125 + 10 pp., 10 handcol. pls, gepr. Ln geb.4

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        Horn.

      - Getönte Federlithographie aus "Darstellung des Erzherzogthums Oesterreich unter der Ens .", Wien 1839, 9 x 15cm. Gesamtansicht der Altstadt mit Stadtmauer und drei barocken Türmen inmitten ländlicher Umgebung. Unten druckbedingt knapprandig; selten. Nebehay-Wagner 680/92.

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        Mühlenkamp Hamburg. Bleistifzeichnung.

       1839. Signiert, datiert und mit \"Mühlenkamp\" bezeichnet 30 x 42 cm. Der fein durchgearbeiteter Landschaftsausschnitt. - Haeselich war ein bedeutender Repräsentant der Hamburger Landschaftsmalerei im 19. Jahrhundert, vereinzelt auch mit Bildnissen, Interieurs und Genrebildern vertreten. Er war Schüler bei G. Hardorff d. Ä. und studierte an den Akademien in Berlin und Dresden. Nach seiner Rückkehr nach Hamburg bevorzugt Landschaften aus Holstein und dem Hamburger Umland. Haeselich war Mitglied des Hamburger Künstlervereins. - Oberer Rand etwas unregelmäßig geschnitten. Blattkanten mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Hamburg, Landschaftsstudie, 19. Jahrhundert, Original-Handzeichnung

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        The Thames Tunnel, Open to the Public Every Day

      1839. One of the Great Engineering Feats of the Nineteenth Century [Broadside]. [London]. The Thames Tunnel, Open to the Public Every Day (Except Sunday) from Nine in the Morning, Until Dark. Both Archways are Lighted with Gas; And the Descent to Them is by a New and Commodiuous Staircase. The Works are Now in Active Progress. [London]: Teape & Son, 1839. 15-1/4" x 10" broadside, mounted and matted, text in two columns between ruled borders, woodcuts below headline and above each column of text. Light toning, foxing in a few places, fold lines, repair to top half of vertical fold through center. An interesting piece. * The first tunnel constructed beneath a navigable river, the Thames Tunnel was one of the great engineering feats of the nineteenth century. It was the work of Marc Brunel and his son, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, it was built between 1825 and 1843. As this woodcut shows, it was a tourist attraction long before its completion. Designed for carriages and pedestrians, it remains in use today as a railway tunnel.

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        ON COINS AND MEDALS, WITH A NOTICE OF THE MEDAL WHICH HAS BEEN RECENTLY STRUCK TO COMMEMORATE THE SETTLEMENT OF NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. The American Journal of Science and Arts. Vol. XXXVII, No. 2

      New Haven: Printed by B.L. Hamlin, 1839. Conducted by Benjamin Silliman. 8vo [23.5 by 15 cm], original printed light brown card covers. vi, 201-407 pages [Allan's article comprises pages 285-288]. Internal foxing, as seen in all copies we've encountered. Very good. A remarkable recent find, never before offered at auction in numismatic channels. John Allan (1777-1863) was an early American coin collector who, according to Q. David Bowers's American Numismatics before the Civil War, is "a candidate for being America's first rare coin dealer." A Scottish immigrant to New York City, he was active from at least the 1820s until his death at age 86 in 1863. Attinelli thought highly of him, saying that "Mr. Allan was so noted an antiquarian as to require no further mention from me"--and yet Attinelli himself didn't know of this publication, failing to include it in his 1876 Numisgraphics. The article, written at the request of Benjamin Silliman, the editor, consists of a general overview of the subject of numismatics, with a focus on the development of the medallic art since the Renaissance. After discussing the national medallic series of Europe, Allan makes note of the Comitia Americana series and mentions the medals commissioned for Commodores Truxton and Preble. The War of 1812 Naval medals are brought up, as is the Erie Canal medal. Allan closes by mentioning the medal struck in commemoration of the bicentennial of the founding of New Haven, Connecticut (home of the American Journal of Science and Arts, and the impetus behind Silliman's request of some words by Allan for the journal). Allan was involved in the design of that medal, which was struck by the U.S. Mint. Better known as a book collector than a coin collector, Allan was nonetheless a force to be reckoned with. The sale of his library was the most important book sale to have taken place in America at the time. Catalogued by the famous American bibliographer Joseph Sabin, the 5278 lots brought $37,698.26, a staggering sum. Over 200 lots of coins and medals were included near the end. Purchasers included Ten Eyck, Appleton, Woodward, Strobridge, Jewett and other notable numismatists of the day. Other material derived from his collections was sold in later years, including a coin collection auctioned by Cogan in 1870 (the subject of a plated catalogue). The present article is of considerable importance as one of the very few numismatic works published in this country in the 1830s and as perhaps the only numismatic work authored by Allan. See David Fanning's article on this work in the July-September 2015 issue of The Asylum for more information.

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        Esquisses africaines dessinées pendant un voyage à Alger et lithographiées par Adolphe Otth Dr

      1839 - grand de (8) ff; 30 pl., 1 Berne, J.F Wagner (lithographe), 1839, in-folio, grand de (8) ff; 30 pl, 1 pl, demi-maroquin bordeaux à coins, dos lisse à nerfs dorés, tranches mouchetées, PREMIERE ET UNIQUE EDITION de cet ouvrage réunnissant 30 lithographies légendées de paysages algériens (Alger, l'Atlas, Bab-el-Oued, les caps Pescade, Gourayah, Constantine, etc.) dessinées et lithographiées par Adolphe Otth (1803-1839), médecin et un naturaliste suisse, qui a entrepris en 1836, un voyage naturaliste en France (où il visite le Dauphiné et la Provence) et en Méditerranée, notamment dans les îles Baléares, et, enfin, en Algérie. Il en rapporte ces fabuleux croquis rassemblés dans cet ouvrage, ainsi qu'une une grande collection d'insectes et de reptiles, dont des espèces nouvelles. En 1839, il entreprend un nouveau voyage au Proche-Orient mais il meurt de la peste à Jérusalem. A la fin de l'ouvrage, 1 planche a été rajoutée, représentant un paysage algérien sur papier encollé en couleur, daté de 1941 et légendé en allemand. 2 ex-libris sur les gardes (1 papier encollé ; 1 carte postale encollée, légendée alger 1516).Ex libris Hartmann sur le premier plat. Coins émoussés, rousseurs, quelques mouillures [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Oliver Twist. Second Edition. In Three Volumes.

      Richard Bentley, London 1839 - 331pp + 4pp of publisher's advertisements; 307pp; 315pp. Contemporary green half morocco over marbled boards, spines with raised bands, lettered and decorated in gold, top edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Illustrations by George Cruikshank. Light wear to the edges, small chip to the spine head of volume I. A very good+ set. ; Octavo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Statute Laws of the Territory of Iowa

      

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        Wang Keaou Lwan Pih Neen Chang Han or

      

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        Oliver Twist

      

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        Notes Taken During Travels in Africa by the late John Davidson, F.R.S. F.S.A., &c. Printed for Private Circulation only.

      J. L. Cox & sons, London 1839 - London, J. L. Cox & sons 1839. 28,5 x 23 cm. [4] Bl., 218 S. Mit insgesamt 3 lithographierten Tafeln. Zeitgenössisches schlichtes Ganzleinen mit Titel in Goldprägung am Rücken und auf dem Vorderdeckel. Kopfgoldschnitt. Einband berieben und bestossen, Bindung gelockert. Besitzeinträge. Schmutztitel und Frontispiz stockfleckig, gelegentlich fleckig. Browning, half title and frontispice spotted. Henze II, 22. Nicht in Abbey. John Davidsons (1797-1836) Tagebuchnotizen und Briefe, die sein Bruder drei Jahre nach seiner Ermordung in der Nähe des Wad Nun als Privatdruck herausgab. "He went to Egypt at the end of 1829, visited the Pyramids, and passed overland to Cosseir, where he embarked for India on his way to China and Persia. An attack of cholera, however, drove him back to Cosseir. He made an excursion through Arabia, and visited Palestine, Syria, the Greek Isles, Athens, and Constantinople, collecting much useful geographical information, which he afterwards communicated to the public in papers read at the meetings of the Royal Society and the Royal Institution of London. In 1831 he went to America, visiting Niagara and the Canadas, New York, New Orleans, Tampico, and Mexico. He visited the Pyramids of Choluteca and took their measurement. Elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1832 he settled down for a time to the study of Egyptology. On 13 July 1833 he delivered an address on embalming at the Royal Institution, when he unrolled a mummy in the presence of a deeply interested audience (Athenaeum, 1833, pp. 481-3). His craving for travel was, however, irresistible. He undertook to head an African expedition, of which he defrayed the whole expense himself, and proposed to proceed by way of Fez to Tâfilêlt, and thence, after examining the southern slope of Mount Atlas, to Nigritia, across the Sahara. He quitted England in August 1835, bound for Timbuctoo. Going to Gibraltar he crossed the straits into Morocco, and there his medical knowledge was so highly appreciated by the sultan and his officials that he obtained with great difficulty permission to depart. In a letter to his brother he states that no less than twelve hundred patients passed through his hands while in Morocco. When leaving he was obliged to plead that his stock of medicine was exhausted, and at his request a medicine-chest was forwarded to the sultan from England. He started for the great desert at the end of November 1836, but while stopping at a watering-place called Swekeza he was robbed and murdered on 18 Dec. 1836." Robert Harrison in Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 14, p. 127-28 Einband berieben und bestossen, Bindung gelockert. Besitzeinträge. Schmutztitel und Frontispiz stockfleckig, gelegentlich fleckig. Browning, half title and frontispice spotted. Zeitgenössisches schlichtes Ganzleinen mit Titel in Goldprägung am Rücken und auf dem Vorderdeckel. Kopfgoldschnitt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Title in Arabic] Kitab tabaqat al-mufassirin. Specimen e litteris orientalibus, exhibens Sojuiti librum de interpretibus Korani, ex MS. codice Bibliothecae Leidensis, editum et annotatione illustratum, quod ad publicam disceptationem proponit Albertus Meursinge.

      Leiden: at the shop of S. and J. Luchtmans, 1839 - Quarto (280 × 220 mm). Original marbled card wrappers. Spine rubbed, hinges a little tender in places, but a superb and entirely unsophisticated copy, largely unopened. Arabic and Latin types; dedication leaf to Hendrik Engelinus Weyers printed in Arabic. First edition in the original Arabic of Suyuti's biographical dictionary of Qur'anic exegetes, edited by Dutch scholar Albert Meursinge from an incomplete manuscript: a most appealing publication, printed on large paper with deep impressions of the types; uncommon with just four copies on Copac (BL, Oxford, two in Cambridge); OCLC adds SOAS and some two dozen copies worldwide, mostly in Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands, none traced in North America. Albert Meursinge (1812-50) taught at the college for colonial administrators established by the Dutch government in Delft and is notable for having produced the first Dutch handbook of Islamic law, edited from a Malay manuscript. Suyuti was born in Cairo to Circassian and Persian heritage in 1445. Best remembered for his commentary on the Qur'an, he also wrote on Sufism, law and hadith: "his writings covered almost the entire gamut of the Islamic sciences. He was the most productive of all Islamic authors" (Leaman, ed., The Qur'an: An Encyclopaedia, p. 618). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Essai médico-historique sur les possédées de Loudun

      1839 - grand in-8 de 59 et (1) pages Paris, Rignoux, 1839, , grand in-8 de 59 et (1) pages, demi-toile verte de l'époque, Impression pour la faculté de Paris de cette thèse présentée et soutenue à la Faculté de Médecine de Paris le 3 juillet 1839. L'auteur, originaire des Deux-Sévres, qui prend, sans s'en cacher, le parti pris de Grandier, souhaite relire les possessions décrites dans les narrations de l'époque à l'aune de la neurologie moderne et des affections psychiatriques connues en 1839. Ainsi il parvient à conclure, après avoir passé en revue l'opinion des médecins d'antan sur ces évènements du XVIIe et après avoir narré 10 observations, que "chez les religieuses de Londun, le trouble n'était pas unique ; loin de là, il était multiple. En thèse générale, nous disons qu'elles étaient atteintes de névroses et d'aliénation mentale". Leurs états mentaux mêlaient, pour Sauzé, hystérie, catalepsie, érotomanie, démonomanie, etc. Intéressante lecture neuro-psychiatrique d'un des procès pour sorcellerie les plus célèbres de la première moitié du XVIIe siècle. Cette courte étude est reliée au sein d'un recueil factice de 18 autres thèses soutenues entre 1836 et 1839, très majoritairement en 1839, à Paris. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Switzerland. Illustrated in a Series of Views taken on the spot and expressly for this Work, by W. H. BARLTETT, Esq. In Two Volumes.

      London. George Virtue & Co. 1839. 2 vols. Lg.4to. (approx 11 x 9 inches.) Hardbacks half bound in maroon morocco leather binding to spine and corners with matching pebbled cloth boards. With extensive gilt decoration, lettering and raised banding to spines. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. In very good conditions. Corners bumped, spines and edges rubbed. Cloths faded. Marks to cloth on v1. Some minor spots and light foxing. Map clean, sml tear at corner fold. Pages clean and tight. A clean and tight set. 188pp, 152pp text. 2 title-vignettes. 106 steel-engraved views by W.H. BARTLETT. Large fold out map in Vol II. Plates and map have tissue guards. Plates bound within text and not at rear of vols. With engraved plates of; Mont-Blanc (several), Geneva, Mer de Glace, St. Gervais, Glacier de Bosson, Vallais, Matigny, Sion, Visp & Monte Rosa, Mount Cervin (Matterhorn), Brieg, Gondo, Val Vedro, Magadino, Lake of Lugano, Via Mala, Airolo St.Gotard, Tell’s Chapel, Einsiedeln, Tamina Für Schweizer Kunden.

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        On the growth of the Salmon in Fresh Water. With six coloured illustrations of the fish, of the natural size, exhibiting its character and exact appearance at various stages during the first two years.

      London , John van Voorst, 1839. Oblong-folio (310 x 435mm). pp. (2), 3, (1), with 3 fine hand-coloured engraved plates showing 6 salmon. Publisher's printed wrappers, leather spine. William Yarrell (1784-1856) is best known for his 'The History of British Fishes' and 'A History of British Birds'. The present work on the salmon was issued in a small limited edition and is quite rare. The fine plates are drawn by C. Curtis and are beautifully hand-coloured.//Nissen ZBI, 4489.

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        Die Grundsätze und Bedingungen der Bewegung der Locomotiven auf Eisenbahnen, für den Zweck, die absoluten Transportkosten von Waaren und Passagieren mit Genauigkeit berechnen und dann verschiedene Eisenbahnlinien hinsichtlich der Vortheile, welche sie ihren Unternehmern und dem Publikum gewähren, mit einander vergleichen zu können. Entwickelt und erläutert von Navier, Ober-Ingenieur des Brücken- und Chausséebaues in Frankreich, und mit Zusätzen versehen von Macneill, Civil-Ingenieur. Ins Deutsche übertragen von Chr. Heinr. Schmidt.

      Quedlingburg und Leipzig, Gottfried Basse, 1839. 55 S., 1 S. Verlagsanzeigen 8°, moderner Kalbslederband, mit Zierbünden, goldgepr. RTitel, goldgepr. Deckelttitel und goldgepr. arabesker Umrahmung auf den Deckeln Extrem seltene Schrift! - Macneill (1793-1880) hatte 1836 das Werk Naviers (1785-1836) ins Englische übersetzt. - Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt. Versand D: 2,30 EUR

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        Songs of Innocence and of Experience, Shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul.

      - London: W. Pickering, Chancery Lane, and W. Newbery, 6, Chenies Street, Bedford Square, 1839. Small 8vo, xxi, (3), 74 pp. Original pebbled plum cloth, first state of the binding decorated in blind on both covers, the cartouche smaller than in the 2nd binding and with ruled lines in blind not present in the 2nd binding, "BLAKE'S POEMS." stamped in gilt on the spine (rather than on the front cover, as in the 2nd binding), ruled lines in blind on the spine (lacking in the 2nd binding). Upper joint just splitting but holding, similar split to the hinge. A remarkably fine copy, fresh and clean. First Typographical Edition, the issue with the poem "The Little Vagabond" not present - this has long been held to be the first issue (see Keynes) although others have claimed that it was present but cancelled due to content and thus this is the second issue. Either case is plausible; copies of this issue turn up more frequently in our experience, which is to say very rarely. The only other copy known in this binding is in the Essick collection and is inscribed on the front free endpaper: "James J. G. Wilkinson [the editor of the volume] / 13 Store Street / Bedford Square. / July 16. 1839." This date is one week after the printed date of the "Preface," page xxi. It was acquired Feb. 1997 from Quaritch through John Windle ($4000). The preface (by J.J. Garth Wilkinson) gives a mostly favorable account of Blake's life in the context of his work and concludes stirringly: "If the volume gives one impulse to the New Spiritualism which is now dawning on the world;-if it leads one reader to think, that all Reality for him, in the long run, lies out of the limits of space and time; and that spirits, and not bodies, and still less garments, are men; if it gives one blow, even the faintest, to those term-shifting juggleries which usurp the name of "Philosophical Systems," (and all the energies of all the forms of genuine Truth must be henceforth expended on these effects,) it will have done its work in its little day." Keynes, Blake, 135 (issue without "The Little Vagabond"). Bentley, Blake Books, 171 (this issue said by Bentley to have two leaves cancelled by the editor out of prudishness). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Oliver Twist In three volumes

      London: Richard Bentley 1839. In 3 volumes complete. Second edition. 331, (4); 307; 315 pp. Publisher's original blind-stamped brown cloth. Gilt lettering to spines. Chipping & wear to spine ends with a short tear. Boards rubbed and marked. Yellow endpapers. With 24 full-page plates by George Cruikshank, as called for. Spotting & browning to plates and scattered spotting & staining throughout. Hinges split in volume 2 only. With 'Charles Dickens' as author on the title pages and 'Boz.' on the spines. An unsophisticated set of the second edition in the original cloth. The cloth binding is the same as that of the first edition. A Good set. . Good. Blind-stamped Cloth. Second Edition. 1839. 8vo..

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        [drop-title] Carta dirigida por el Presidente de la Asamblea Constituyente, al Senor Arzobispo de Guatemala y su constestacion, recibida en esta fecha.

      [Guatemala]: Imprenta de la A. de Estudios Folio (31.5 cm; 12.25"). [1] f.. [1839] Both letters concern the reestablishment of the Conservatives' commitment to the Catholic Church, to religion in government, and to the return of the archbishop from exile. No copy traced via WorldCat, COPAC, CCILA, or METABASE. Light waterstain crisscrossing text; one pin-type wormhole in left margin and many, very small ones in lower margin, occasionally into lower four lines of text not costing any words. Good++ copy.

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        [K336b (344)]. Zaïde, Oper in zwei Acten... Klavierauszug. Deutscher Text. Subscriptionpreis fl. 7. = r[eichsthaler] 4. preuss Ct. Ladenpreis fl. 12. = r[eichsthaler] 6?16 ggr. Conv. M. [Piano-vocal score]

      Offenbach a/m: Johann André [PN] 5351, 1839. Scarce and attractive editions.. 1f. (title), [1] ("Vorbericht," dated 1838, by Anton André and Carl Gollmick), 2-8 (cast list and German libretto), [i] (blank), XII-XXV (overture for piano four-hands), 4-105, [i] (blank) pp. Lithographed with the exception of the "Vorbericht," cast list, and libretto, which are typset. Title with "Entfüh. a.d.Serail," Schauspieldirector," and "Cosi fan tutte" printed within the ascenders of Mozart's initials. Scattered, light foxing, somewhat heavier to several leaves; "Vorbericht" slightly browned. An attractive copy overall. First Edition, later issue (the first issue was published ca. 1831). Köchel p. 356. Hoboken 11, 103 and plate 9 (facsimile of title). Haberkamp, p. 426. RISM M 4186. Dated according to Constapel p. 297. Not in Hirsch. Zaide, a Singspiel to a libretto by Johann Andreas Schachtner after Franz Joself Sebastiani's Das Serail, was first performed in Frankfurt on January 27, 1866. Adding an overture and finale, and new text by Friedrich Carl Gollmick, Johann André completed the opera. Other versions followed, in German, French, and English, often with additional music from Thamos, König in Ägypten (K 345/336). "Although not viable as it stands, Zaide marks a striking advance and at its best reaches the level of Mozart's maturity." Julian Rushton in Grove Music Online. Bound with: - Mozart. [K66b (141)]. Te Deum für vier Stimmen mit Begleitung von zwei Violinen, Contrabass und Orgel... Clavierauszug. No. 7651. Pr. 20 Ngr. [Piano-vocal score]. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel [PN] 7651, [1846 or 1847?]. 1f. (title), 3-19, [i] (blank) pp. Title lithographed. Music engraved. Text in Latin and German. Possible First Edition of the piano-vocal score. Scarce. Köchel p. 93 (apparently composed at the end of 1769). Not in Hoboken, Hirsch, Haberkamp, or RISM. Title slightly foxed. A very clean, crisp copy on high quality paper. - Haydn, Franz Joseph (1731-1809). [H XXIIIc Nr. 2]. Te Deum für vier Singstimmen und Orchester... Clavierauszug. No. 7734. Pr. 25 Ngr. [Piano-vocal score]. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel [PN] 7734, (between ca. 1859 and 1874). 1f. (title), 3-21, [i] (publisher's catalog) pp. Engraved. Text in Latin and German. Occasional very light wear. A crisp, clean copy on high quality paper. Later issue. Scarce. Not in Hoboken Works or Collections Catalogs or RISM. OCLC no. 83443760 (1 copy only in the U.S.). Dated according to IMSLP, publisher's catalog on final page, and currency. Composed before October, 1800. The full score (minus trombones) was first published in 1802, by Breitkopf & Härtel. Oblong folio. Half red morocco with gilt rules and black textured boards, raised bands on spine in decorative compartments gilt with titling gilt, marbled endpapers. Contemporary manuscript table of contents in black ink in Danish to front flyleaf. Titles of all the editions with handstamp of the Danish vendor C.C. Lose to lower portion. Binding slightly rubbed and worn. Occasional light foxing and browning.

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        AUGSBURG. - Plan. "Plan von Augsburg mit seinen Umgebungen". Plan des Gebietes zwischen Kriegshaber und Oberhausen im Westen, Stätzling und Friedberg im Osten und Göggingen im Süden. Rechts unten Gesamtansicht von Augsburg von Osten nach Gustav Kraus.

      - Kupferstich von G. Mayer und C. Schleich für das "topographische Bureau des k.b. Generalquartiermeisterstabes", München, dat. 1839, 71 x 103 cm. Schefold 40204. - Hochinteressanter, sehr detaillierter Plan von imposantem Format. - Faltspuren (dort etwas gebräunt) hinterlegt und geringe Stockflecken, vor allem im Rand. Für ein Blatt dieser Größe gut erhalten.

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