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        TA., Marmorpalais, "Das Marmorpalais im neuen Garten".

      . gouachierte Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. X. Sandmann ( gedr. b. J. Rauh ) b. Janke in Potsdam, um 1840, 32 x 44. Nicht bei Giersberg/Schendel und Drescher/Kroll.. Malerische Ansicht bei Mondschein, rechts eine Bockmühle. Blick von der Berliner Vorstadt über den "Heiliger See" zum Marmorpalais, links im Hintergrund das Belvedere auf dem Pfingstberg.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        TA., Stadtschloß m. Paradeplatz, i. Hgr. links die Nikolaikirche, "Das königliche Schloss in Potsdam".

      . kol. Lithographie v. u. n. X. Sandmann b. Janke in Potsdam, um 1840, 30 x 44,5. Blick auf den Paradeplatz mit Truppenparade. Bildmittig das Stadtschloß, links dahinter die Nikolaikirche und der Turm des Rathauses. - Die Ansicht ist allseitig bis zur Bildkante beschnitten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Die St. Petri-Pauli-Kirche zu Nikolskoe.

      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. u. n. Sandmann ( Druck J. Rauh in Wien ) b. Janke in Potsdam, um 1840, 30 x 44,5. Sehr seltene, großformatige Lithographie. Der Betrachter steht etwas oberhalb der Kirche und blickt auf die Havel, Mittig die Pfaueninsel, im Hintergrund Sacrow.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Terriers Rabbiting

      Great Britain: George Armfield, 1840. GEORGE ARMFIELD'S TERRIERS RABBITING: AN EXCELLENT EXAMPLE OF NINETEENTH-CENTURY ANIMAL PAINTING Oil on canvas; canvas size: 28" x 36" Signed lower center: "Geo. Armfield" Ca. 1840 The genre of animal painting reached its height in Britain, during the nineteenth century, under the reign of Queen Victoria. The monarch and her family were enthusiastic proponents of the country life and during the years of mourning after the death of Prince Albert, Victoria often retreated to Balmoral Castle, located at the heart of the Scottish Highland Mountains. The Prince of Wales, later to become Edward VII, had a passion for country sports while his mother adored the company and companionship of her domestic animals. Painters such as Edwin Landseer, who specialized in such subject matter, found willing patronage from the royal family and the genre became popular amongst the wider public. . Book.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries]
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        Master Humphrey's Clock: The Old Curiosity Shop and Barnaby Rudge (Two volume set)

      London Chapman and Hall 1840 - Two volumes, large 8vo., bound in half calf, raised bands to spine with gilt lettering and decorations, marbled boards, edges and endpapers; Vol I: [iv] + 228pp, Vol II: [vi] + 426pp, both Vols with b/w frontis plus text illus throughout. Some rubbing to boards, edges a little scuffed, inner hinges stretched, Vol II title page becoming detached. Overall a Good set. NOTE: Heavy Set (2.4 kg+: postage outside the UK might incur a surcharge). **To see a scan of this set please visit our Home page ** The shop is open 7 days a week. Over 20,000 books in stock - come and browse. PayPal, credit and (UK) debit cards welcome. Books posted worldwide. For any queries please contact us direct. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Chaucer Bookshop ABA ILAB]
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        James K. Polk\'s personal copy of an 1840 Washington newspaper reporting the <I>\"Invasion of Texas\"</I> ? Four years later he successfully ran for President on an annexation platform which led to Texas statehood and the Mexican War

      James K. Polk\'s copy of the complete Tuesday, April 28, 1840 edition of Washington\'s \"National Intelligencer,\" four pages, 18\" x 23\", front and verso. Volume XLI, No. 5861, of the primary source of news in the nation\'s capital from 1800-1867. Handwritten in ink in an unknown hand at the upper right edge \"Gov JK Polk\". Polk had represented Tennessee in the House of Representatives from 1825-1839 (Speaker of the House, 1835-1839) and continued receiving his Washington newspaper when he moved to the state capital in Nashville to serve as Governor of Tennessee (1839-1841). The cost of a subscription, printed in the upper left of page one, was \"Daily paper ?" for a year - - $10.\" The lead story in the first column is headed \"Important From Texas,\" beginning, \"The Southern mail of yesterday brought us the following news from Texas, which has, to say the least of it, a very squally aspect.\" The news is entitled \"Invasion of Texas\" and reports about the victory of Mexican Centralist troops under

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        Panoramaansicht, "Roma".

      . altgouachierte Aquatinta ( anonym ), um 1840, 20 x 51,5. Prachtvolles, gouachiertes Aquatintapanorama. Blick auf Rom. Links der Vatikan, mittig die Engelsburg.

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        Speech of Sir William Molesworth, Bart. On Transportation

      London: H. Hooper, 1840. Slim octavo, 76 pp., title-page a little worn; very good in modern red half morocco, from the Webster collection with his small stamp on the rear endpaper, bound without final blank noted by Ferguson. Mutiny, corruption and violence in Australian prisons. An important early speech to the House of Commons by the British MP and parliamentary reformer Sir William Molesworth, summarising and presenting his work on the Select Committee on Transportation to Parliament for the first time. Molesworth (1810-1855) had chaired the Select Committee on Transportation, which had published its important report only two years earlier in 1838. The report had particularly focussed on the growing discontent from free settlers in Australia, as well as investigating Norfolk Island and Port Arthur, and here the report&#39;s author presents a succinct overview of his findings.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        Historia general del Reino de Mallorca escrita por los cronistas D. Juan Dameto, D. Vicente Mut y D. Geronimo Alemany. Segunda edicion corregida e illustrada con abundantes notas y documentos, y continuada hasta nuestros dias por el D. D. Miguel Moragues Pro y D. Joaquin Maria Bover,

      Palma, Juan Guasp y Pascual, 1840-41.. 2. Auflage. 3 Bände. XXXVIII, 1 Bl., 547 S., 2 Bl. (Inhaltsverzeichnis); S. 548-1306, 2 Bl. (Inhaltsverzeichnis); XXIII, 730 S., 1 Bl. (Übersicht der Tafeln in Bd. 3). Mit 3 illustrierten Titelblättern (davon 2 farbig lithographiert) und 31 (teils kolorierten) lithographischen Tafeln sowie diversen Textvignetten, 8°, Halblederbände der Zeit mit Rückengoldprägungen.. Palau 68213. Die Rücken teils beschabt, mit leichteren Stauchspuren, die Goldprägungen vereinzelt etwas verblasst, bei 2 Bänden an den Deckelrändern etwas oxidiert. Innen durchgehend gebräunt, teils auch fingerfleckig, die Tafeln meist etwas stockfleckig und einige mit etwas grösseren Wasserändern, die Seiten leichter wellig. Kleine kerbformatige Ausschnitte auf allen 3 Titelblättern unterhalb der Verlagsangabe, ohne Textverlust. - In Spanisch. - Die Lithographien zeigen einen Plan von Palma, Portrats, Ansichten und historische Szenen sowie eine Folterszene.

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Riepenhausen]
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        "Uslar im Solling". Gesamtansicht von einer Anhöhe, links Kapelle, rechts Burgruine.

      . Kolorierte Lithographie von E. Ritmüller in Göttingen, um 1840, 45 x 66 cm.. Prachtvolle Lithographie mit interessanter Staffage: links wird ein erlegter Hirsch auf einem Ochsen- und Pferdegespann transportiert, ein Jäger mit Gewehr und Hund folgt. Mittig auf einer Bank ein Herr mit seinem ruhenden Hund und rechts, über einem Bachlauf, zwei biedermeierlich gekleidete Damen. - Im Himmel sorgfältig restaurierter Einriss, der von vorne kaum mehr zu sehen ist. Sehr feines Kolorit. Kapitalblatt in einem für die Größe guten Zustand.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Pl. 99 Connecticut Wood Warbler The Birds of America, from Drawings Made in the United States and Their Territories

      New York & Philadelphia:: Audubon, J. J. & Chevalier, J.B.,, 1840-44.. First Royal Octavo. Matted and framed in silk/gold leaf- 1/2 inch neoclassical frame. . Fine condition with bright original hand-coloring/&#11;. A fine original hand-colored lithograph on paper. Sheet size: 6.5 x 10.25 inches. Drawn from nature by J. J. Audubon, FRS, FLS and lithographed, printed and colored by JT Bowen, Philadelphia from The First Royal Octavo Edition of John James Audubon&#39;s The Birds of America. Includes the text from Audubon&#39;s Ornithological Biography. &#11;The Royal Octavo Edition of The Birds of America represents John James Audubon&#39;s desire to create a democratic (affordable) work based his magnum opus; the Double Elephant Folio Edition of The Birds of America. Satisfied with his research, as well as his portrayals of North America&#39;s native and distinct bird species, J.J. Audubon here rendered a miniature yet unique version of The Birds of America.&#11;As is the case with prolific artists, Audubon continued to improve upon a body of work which was viewed as perfection. During the mid-19th century, there were no photomechanical means of reproduction, every composition was then redrawn by hand, with the aid of the Camera Lucida. For this Royal Octavo Edition Audubon and his assistants translated the 435 compositions of the Double Elephant Folio edition into 500 unique compositions of individual species. Previously documented groups of heretofore unrelated birds were now separated and divided according to species, and portrayed either on a new botanical perch or within a renewed landscape. &#11;Unlike the life-sized portraits of the Double Elephant Folio edition each bird was now sized to scale on the octavo-sized plate; approximately 6.5 x 10.25 inches. With this slight alteration, Audubon created a perfected composition, and thus offered a charming vignette view of the bird, or family of birds in its natural setting. &#11;For the Royal Octavo Edition, Audubon enlisted America&#39;s premier lithographers, JT Bowen and Co. in Philadelphia and Endicott in New York to produce the work. Every composition was drawn on a limestone tablet, inked, printed and then hand-colored with watercolor. In this format Audubon presented the undocumented birds discovered during his explorations of the American West, but not previously included in the Double Elephant Folio Edition of The Birds of America. &#11;As with the folio edition, the Royal Octavo Edition was sold by subscription. One hundred individual packets of five hand-colored lithographs and accompanying text; Audubon&#39;s Ornithological Biography, was sent to the subscriber. It was issued the first and fifteenth of each month for four subsequent years. The pagination of the Royal Octavo Edition was organized to be bound in seven volumes. This successful and popular work of American ornithology was produced in an eventual eight editions, the final edition of which was issued in 1870 by George Lockwood, New York. &#11;(Wood, Casey. An Introduction to the Literature of Vertebrate Literature. London: Oxford University Press, 1931. Tyler, Ron. Audubon&#39;s Great National Work. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1993. )

      [Bookseller: Lowry-James Rare Prints & Books, ABAA]
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        Costumes of British Ladies from the time of William the 1st to the reign of Queen Victoria

      Dickenson & Son, London - N.d., circa 1840. Folio, 48 hand-colored lithographed plates, some heightened in gilt, all mounted on card, as originally issued. Each accompanied by brief caption relating to authorities upon which illustration was based, and this caption is on separate leaf's verso, and there is a tissue guard sheet between this and the related plate. Title page with lovely hand-colored floral border. Followed by list of subscribers, which contains 171 names, and this must surely have been the extent of the entire issue since copies are extremely scarce. (Obviously the book has been mined many times as a breaker for plates.) The original gutta percha binding has been replaced with a sewn casing that is far more durable. Modern green full morocco and marbled endpapers. Gilt edges. Offsetting onto tissues. Small discreet library stamp on versos of plates -- otherwise no signs of ex-library whatsoever. Very occasional light fox marks.

      [Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        Speilvendt prospekt av Bergen.

      Berlin, . U. å. (ca. 1840). Folio. Billedflate . 36 cm X 29 cm. Originalt litografi med samtidig håndkolorering.. "Guckkastenbilder Nr. 17. Bei Winckelmann u. Söhne in Berlin". Et morsomt prospekt med båter for fulle seil inn på Vågen. Noe brunet i ytterkantene som følge av syreholdig bakkartong ved innrammingen

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        Displayable letter of Wordsworth, who helped launch the Romantic Age in English literature, signed shortly before Queen Victoria appointed him Poet Laureate

      Manuscript Letter Signed \"Wm Wordsworth,\" 1p, 4.5\" x 7.5\". Rydal Mount [Rydal, England], September 9, 1840. Unnamed recipient. Fine condition.In full, \"In reply to yr application for payment of a small debt to the estate of Henry Harrison, I have to inform you that the money was sent to a friend in London to discharge it on the 26 of Feby last - & I am at a loss to account, under these circumstances, for its remaining on the Bankrupt\'s books. I will however lose no time in making inquiry of the fr[ien]d to when the money was paid over, who will no doubt attend to the matter.\"Appointed Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom by Queen Victoria in 1843, Wordsworth served until his death in 1850.

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        The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. A New Edition in Six Volumes. 1840. Full leather signed binding from Zaehnsdorf.

      London, Edward Moxon, 1840.. Kl.-8°, Ledereinband. Full leather bindings. Bound in tan straight-grain morocco by Zaehnsdorf. Marbled endpapers, gilt top-edge. Shelf wear and rubbing to leather, with a few dents and scuffs. Very good. Size: about 7 x 4.5 inches.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Universität München]
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        George Simon Winters wohlerfahrner Pferde-Arzt, : welcher gründlich lehrt wie man die Complexion der Pferde, ihre Natur und Alter erkennen, alle innerlichen und äusserlichen Krankheiten heisen, so wie auch wie man dieselben vor bevorstehenden Vebeln verwahren könne, nebst einigen höchst seltenen, fur junge Fohlen vielfach bewährt gefundenen Arzenei-Mitteln

      Philadelphia: Herausgegeben von Edmund Y. Schelly, 1840 - First American edition of Winter's compendium of equine medicine, Hippiater Expertus, originally published in Latin and German in 1678 and reprinted through the eighteenth century First American edition. Thick 8vo. 44 folded leaves of plates by Valentin Trichter. 839 pp. Publisher's mottled calf, spine label. Lacking clasps, some plates roughly folded, else fine

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Pl. 385 Mallard (Males & Females) The Birds of America, from Drawings Made in the United States and Their Territories

      Audubon J. J. & Chevalier J.B. 1840-44, New York & Philadelphia - A fine original hand-colored lithograph on paper. Sheet size: 6.5 x 10.25 inches. Drawn from nature by J. J. Audubon, FRS, FLS and lithographed, printed and colored by JT Bowen, Philadelphia from The First Royal Octavo Edition of John James Audubon's The Birds of America. Includes the text from Audubon's Ornithological Biography. The Royal Octavo Edition of The Birds of America represents John James Audubon's desire to create a democratic (affordable) work based his magnum opus; the Double Elephant Folio Edition of The Birds of America. Satisfied with his research, as well as his portrayals of North America's native and distinct bird species, J.J. Audubon here rendered a miniature yet unique version of The Birds of America.As is the case with prolific artists, Audubon continued to improve upon a body of work which was viewed as perfection. During the mid-19th century, there were no photomechanical means of reproduction, every composition was then redrawn by hand, with the aid of the Camera Lucida. For this Royal Octavo Edition Audubon and his assistants translated the 435 compositions of the Double Elephant Folio edition into 500 unique compositions of individual species. Previously documented groups of heretofore unrelated birds were now separated and divided according to species, and portrayed either on a new botanical perch or within a renewed landscape. Unlike the life-sized portraits of the Double Elephant Folio edition each bird was now sized to scale on the octavo-sized plate; approximately 6.5 x 10.25 inches. With this slight alteration, Audubon created a perfected composition, and thus offered a charming vignette view of the bird, or family of birds in its natural setting. For the Royal Octavo Edition, Audubon enlisted America's premier lithographers, JT Bowen and Co. in Philadelphia and Endicott in New York to produce the work. Every composition was drawn on a limestone tablet, inked, printed and then hand-colored with watercolor. In this format Audubon presented the undocumented birds discovered during his explorations of the American West, but not previously included in the Double Elephant Folio Edition of The Birds of America. As with the folio edition, the Royal Octavo Edition was sold by subscription. One hundred individual packets of five hand-colored lithographs and accompanying text; Audubon's Ornithological Biography, was sent to the subscriber. It was issued the first and fifteenth of each month for four subsequent years. The pagination of the Royal Octavo Edition was organized to be bound in seven volumes. This successful and popular work of American ornithology was produced in an eventual eight editions, the final edition of which was issued in 1870 by George Lockwood, New York. (Wood, Casey. An Introduction to the Literature of Vertebrate Literature. London: Oxford University Press, 1931. Tyler, Ron. Audubon's Great National Work. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1993. ) Fine condition with bright original hand-coloring

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        Gesamtansicht über den Rhein aus einer Laube von der Mehlemer Aue auf Königswinter.

      . gouachierte u. eiweißgehöhte Lithographie v. C. Hohe b. Henry & Cohen in Bonn, um 1840, 23,5 x 30,5. (Romantisches Godesberg, S. 48) (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        "Vue d'Interlacken et d'Unterseen. Vers la Jungfrau". Gesamtansicht über die Aare, rechts Unterseen, im Hintergrund Bergpanorama.

      . Altkol. Lithographie, um 1840, 36 x 55 cm.. Prächtige Panorama-Ansicht mit ländlicher Staffage. - Alt auf getuschte Einfassungslinie geschnitten. Mit der gedruckten Titelei auf dunkelgrünen Karton montiert. - Sehr feines Altkolorit.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        THE BIRDS OF AMERICA, FROM DRAWINGS MADE IN THE UNITED STATES AND THEIR TERRITORIES

      New York & Philadelphia: Audubon and J.B.Chevalier, 1840-1844.. Seven volumes. 500 handcolored lithographed plates after Audubon by W.E. Hitchcock, R. Trembley, and others, printed by J.T. Bowen of Philadelphia (plates 1-135, 151- 500) or George Endicott of New York (plates 136-150); numerous wood-engraved anatomical figures in text. Royal octavo. Half titles. Period half black morocco and marbled boards, spines gilt. Spines a bit rubbed. Scattered foxing, generally to the tissue guards and text. Else very good. The first octavo edition of "Audubon&#39;s Great National Work." This is the first complete edition and the first American edition. The work is one of the "most beautiful, popular, and important natural history books published in America in the nineteenth century...[also] representing the best of pre-Civil War American lithography and giving Audubon the opportunity finally to display his scholarship and genius to a large American audience for the first time" (Ron Tyler). The plates, here accompanied by the text for the first time, were reduced and variously modified from the Havell engravings in the double elephant folio. Seven new species are figured, and seventeen others, previously described in the ORNITHOLOGICAL BIOGRAPHY but not illustrated, were also shown for the first time. Audubon may have been prompted to publish the reduced version of his double elephant folio by the appearance in 1839 of John Kirk Townsend&#39;s rival ORNITHOLOGY OF THE UNITED STATES; or, as he writes in the introduction to the present work, he may have succumbed to public demand and his wish that a work similar to his large work should be published, but "at such a price, as would enable every student or lover of nature to place it in his Library." The first edition of the octavo work is certainly the most famous and accessible of all American color plate books, and now represents the only realistic opportunity that exists for collectors to own an entire collection of Audubon images in a form that was overseen and approved by the great artist himself. The octavo BIRDS OF AMERICA was originally issued in 100 parts, each containing five plates executed by the Philadelphia lithographer, J.T. Bowen. The whole story of the production of the book, with detailed information about every aspect of the project, is told by Ron Tyler in AUDUBON&#39;S GREAT NATIONAL WORK (Austin, 1993). The story Tyler tells of the difficulties of production and marketing are revealing of the whole world of color printing in mid- 19th-century America. By combining detailed text with careful observations next to his famous images, Audubon proved that he was as good a scientific naturalist as the members of the scientific establishment who had scorned him. BENNETT, p.5. NISSEN 51. SABIN 2364. McGRATH, p.50. REESE, STAMPED WITH A NATIONAL CHARACTER 34. RIPLEY 13. ZIMMER, p.22. Ron Tyler, AUDUBON&#39;S GREAT NATIONAL WORK (1993), Appendix I. WOOD, p.208.

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        DIe Huldigung.

      . altgouachierte Lithographie v. Th. Hosemann n. Begas b. Sachse & Co., 1840, 38,5 x 49,9. In leuchtenden Farben altgouachiertes Blatt zum Huldigungs - Fest der Ritterschaft der Provinz Brandenburg 1840. - Äußerst dekoratives und Blatt Theodor Hosemanns ( Brieger S.138, Nr. 52 ). - Kleiner Knick und rasierter Stermpel unten rechts außerhalb der Darstellung, im Rand leicht fleckig. Die Darstellung sauber und farbfrisch. - Sehr selten.

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        Collection of ten original watercolors showing various falcons.

      Probably Scandinavia, c. 1840.. Various sizes, c. 14 x 22 cm to c. 20 x 25 cm. Mounted on backing paper.. Ten finely pen-and-ink drawings of different falcons in various poses, all captioned and vividly watercoloured by a mid-19th-century artist. Includes the Saker Falcon, Iceland Falcon, Greenland Falcon, Merlin, Lanner Falcon, Norway Falcon etc. - Well preserved.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        "Ansicht der Stadt Straubing, von der Pülmes-Seite". Gesamtansicht.

      . Aquarell von F. Xaver Mayer, um 1840, 15,5 x 24,5 cm.. Hübsche Aquarell mit fein ausgearbeiteter Stadtansicht. - Im Himmel rechts oben geschlossenes Löchlein. Im Ganzen leicht gebräunt. In altem Holzrahmen mit Goldstoß.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Gesamtans., "Ansicht der Stadt und des Schlosses Allstedt".

      . Lithographie, um 1840, 31,5 x 44. Seltenes Blatt. Blick von einer Anhöhe auf die Stadt, rechts das Schloß. - Zahlr. Wurmlöcher althinterlegt.

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