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        The Shores And Islands Of The Mediterranaean Drawn From Nature.

      . 1st edition. Contemporary half polished calf and marbled paper boards lettered in gilt, 156 pp., engraved title, one folding map and 64 full-page engraved plates. C. Bentley, Grenville Temple, W.L. Leitch, S. Prout, T. Allom, C. Bentley, S. Prout and J. Salmon are among the contributing artists. Text is clean and bright, light foxing to some of the plates, chipping at the head of the spine and rubbed through at the extremities. Very good condition.

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        The Works of Benjamin Franklin : Containing several Political and Historical Tracts not included in any former edition, and many Letters Official and Private, not hitherto published. With Notes and Life of the Author by

      Very Good- with no dust jacket Hardcover Seven volumes professionally rebacked with original spine remnants laid on. Random foxing, light wear. Solid copies. ; Ten of ten volumes, complete set. A Checklist of American Imprints for 1840, 40-2431. William Thomas Lowndes, The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature, volume 2, page 834. Joseph Sabin, A Dictionary of Books relating to America, 25606. Well regarded as a founder of the academic study of American history, later President of Harvard, Jared Sparks rescued much of the papers of key American leaders of the American Revolution. Bookplates of George Brinley and J Hammond Trumbull on pastedown of volume I. George Brinley, of Hartford, was a leading collector of American history, and the five auctions of his library 1878-1880 were landmark events. J Hammond Trumbull, state librarian of Connecticut, one of the founders and a President of the American Philological Association, and thirty years President of the Connecticut Historical Society, was given rights in Brinley's will to purchase a given value of books at the auctions without payment. Sparks' Works of Benjamin Franklin was the definitive nineteenth-century version, and this particular set has fascinating provenance and associations. ; 10 v pages

      [Bookseller: Mike's Library]
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        Etudes sur les glaciers. (Atlas). Dessinés d'après nature et lithographiés par Jph. Bettanier.

      47,5x31,8 cm. Titre lithogr., 18 planches lithogr. (nos. 1-18) et 14 planches sur papier de soie montrant les glaciers avec explications (nos. 1a-14a). Atlas seul. Lonchamp 14b. - Premier livre sur la glaciologie et géomorphologie glaciaire. - Couverture frottée. Rousseurs. [2 Warenabbildungen bei]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat]
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        American Scenery; or, Land, Lake and River Illustrations of transatlantic Nature. From Drawings by William Henry Bartlett.

      4°. 3 n.n. Bl., 140 S.; IV, 106 S. Mit gestochenem Porträt als Frontispiz, 2 Titelvignetten, 1 Karte und 117 Stahlstichtafeln, alles in leuchtendem Kolorit. Geprägte Ganzlederbände der Zeit mit Rautenprägung, doppelter Deckelfiletierung, schwarzen goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und reicher floraler Rückenvergoldung. 2 Bände. Sabin 3784. - Erste Ausgabe des berühmten Ansichtenwerkes. - Hier in einem durchgehend sorgfältig kolorierten Exemplar. - Papier leicht gebräunt. Einband beschabt, Rückenkanten angebrochen. Rückenschild des ersten Bandes mit Fehlstelle. - First edition of this famous book of views. This copy contains particularly wll coloured illustrations. Paper slightly browned. Binding scratched, Back edges broken, Spine of the first volume with default. [7 Warenabbildungen bei]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat]
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        Sämmtliche Werke.

      8°. Mit einem Porträt, gestochen von E. Eicher nach E. Förster. Grüne Halblederbände der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung. 33 Bände in 18 Bänden. Goedeke V, 466.38. - Zweite Gesamtausgabe. Wesentlich exakter als die erste Ausgabe. - Vorsätze jeweils leicht leimschattig. Nur sehr wenige Seiten fleckig. Papier schwach gebräunt. Abklatsch des Porträts auf dem ersten Titelblatt.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat]
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        Ansichten sämtlicher Burgen, Schlösser und Ruinen der Schweiz, nach der Natur gezeichnet von Joh. Fried. Wagner mit erläuterndem Text.

      23,5x17 cm. 179 getönte lithographierten Tafeln, 12 S. (Vorbemerkung, Unterwalden); 12 S. (Basel); 18 S. (Neuenburg). Leinwandband der Zeit mit Rücken- und Deckeltitel und eingebundener Originalbroschur des III. Heftes. Mit 179 Ansichten von: 3 Uri (1-3) - 12 Vaud (1-12) - 4 Wallis (1-4) - 5 Zürich (1-4, 6) - 16 Thurgau (1-16) - 6 Unterwalden (1-6) - 9 St. Gallen (1-9) - 5 Schaffhausen (1-5) - 13 Solothurn (1-13) - 20 Fribourg (1-20) - 6 Neuchâtel (1-6) - 19 Aargau (1-19) - 18 Basel (1-18) - 43 Bern (1-29, 31-44). - Einband berieben und etwas fleckig. Die meisten Tafelränder etwas stockfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat]
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        Erinnerung an München. 36, zum Teil handkolorierte Stahlstiche. Gestochen von Poppel, Schönfeld, L. Hofmeister, Riegel u.a.

      36 teils handkol. Stahlstiche. Roter, goldumrandeter Or.-Leineneinband. Quer 8vo. (16,5x24,5cm) Einband im Gelenk lose. Stiche z.T. in einer Ecke fingerfkleckig. Gezeichnet von Kolb, Poppel, Seeberger, J. Riegel, C.A. Lebsché u.a. Optisch vollständig. Ansichten: "München von der Ostseite", Basilika St. Bonifacii, Königsbau in München, Der Neue Flügel der k. Residenz in München, Wittelsbacher Pallast, Glyptothek, Pinakothek, Neue Pinakothek, Kunst- Ausstellungs- Gebäude, Das Isartor, Siegestor, Die Propyläen, Universität, Vestibule der Universität, Glasmalerei in München, Frauenkirche, Erzgieserei, Carolinenplatz und der Obelisk, Monument Maximilians I., Ruhmeshalle bei München, Hofkirche zum Heil. Michael, Die Feldherrnhalle und die Theatinerkirche, Ludwigsstrasse nach Norden und nach Süden, Protetantische Kirche, Das K.. Hof- und Nationaltheater, Nymphenburg u.a. (Farbfotos der Ansichten auf Anfrage)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Karel Marel]
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        The Pictorial Flora; or, British Botany Delineated, in 1500 lithopgraphic drawings of all the species of flowering plants indigenous to Great Britain, illustrating the descriptive works on English botany by Sir J.E. Smith, Lindley, Hooker, Withering, and other authors. By Miss Jackson

      Longman Orme Brown Green and Longmans London: Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1840 First edition. Contemporary green vellum, gilt burgundy spine label, metal clasp and catch. . Octavo. iv, 42 pp. plus 131 lithographed plates, mostly with twelve figures to a page. Also with an appendix, including about 300 extra figures. Binding has a few light spots, light foxing throughout. Still, a very good copy. This exhaustive work was designed to be portable and inexpensive enough to be within the means of young people. Little is known of the author, who was from Litchfield, though Desmond's Dictionary of British and Irish Botanists and Horticulturists states that she was probably the daughter of John Jackson (fl. 1740s-1790s), who with Erasmus Darwin and Sir Brooke Boothby formed the Botanical Society at Lichfield. She is also likely related to Maria Elizabetha Jackson (1755-1829), friend of Maria Edgeworth and author of Botanical Lectures (1804), Sketches of the Physiology of Vegetable Life (1811), and The Florist's Manual (1822), who is often erroneously cited as the author of this work.

      [Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I]
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        Napoleon with the sick at Jaffa or in Egypt, lithograph by Champion after Gros. c. 1840?

      C. Motte Paris: C. Motte, 1840.

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        The Progress of a Water-coloured Drawing: Wherein is Represented to the Reader the Various Graduations Through which a Drawing Passes, from the Outline to Its Finished State.

      London: Printed for the author by E. Spragg, 1840 (circa). [1] + 4pp + 14 hand coloured plates + 22pp + tipped in errata slip. 1st ed., mostly clean in original boards retaining original label. Re-backed with modern spine and end papers. A rare work.

      [Bookseller: Pennymead Books]
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        "What cheer Brother? Mayhah you'r taking an Observation. No bless you I'm only taking a bit of a sketch!"

      England ca. 1840 England, ca. 1840. Image 12 x 7-3/4 inches, matted and framed to 18-1/4 x 14-1/4 inches overall. Pen and ink and watercolor on paper, initialled "HH".

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        Vue De New York. Prise de Weahawk, A View of New-York, taken from Veahawk./ Garneray pinx.t/ Himely sulp/ A Paris chez Hocquart Succr. de Basset rue St. Jacques No. 64./ Depose'

      New York, 1840. No Binding. Very Good. 14 ½ x 17 5/8 inches. Aquatint with fine hand color; excellent condition. Rare. An exquisite aquatint view of New York City and Harbor as seen from Weehawken, New Jersey, a popular vantage point for early views of the city. In the foreground are picnickers in a sylvan setting on the heights overlooking a ship-filled harbor and busy port city. The view evokes the majestic sweep New York's spacious, double-bayed harbor, and the subtle shading effects of the aquatint process are can be seen in rendering of cloud formations, in the delicacy of the large tree in the foreground, and in the play of light on the water. In the view the steeples of churches still dominate the skyline of the city. The appearance of the dome on the Merchants' Exchange seen in the southern extreme of the city, however, helps date the depiction. It was completed in 1827 but destroyed by fire in December 1835. Further, there is no trace on the view of the tower of the Presbyterian Church on Wall Street, which was destroyed by fire in September 1834 but rebuilt in 1835.Stokes, I.N.P. Iconography, III, p. 614, pl. 110; Deak, G.G. Picturing America, no. 433; Stokes & Haskell American Historical Prints, c.1834-E-38, pp. 78-79.

      [Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. ]
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        On the Minute Structure and Movements of Voluntary Muscle, WITH: Additional Note on the Contraction of Voluntary Muscle in the Living Body.

      First Editions, extracted from The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, respectively vol.130 for 1840, pp., 457-501 and vol.131 for 1841, pp. 69-72, complete with a total of 5 lithographic plates, with general title-page to vol 130, (this and plates with small and neat embossed unlinked library name), disbound, large quarto, very good copy, London, [The Royal Society], 1840, 1841. * "Classical description of the striated muscle" (GARRISON MORTON, 542). "Bowman's classic description of the anatomy and contracility of striated muscle fibrils was hardly improved upon until the advent of the electron microscope. He was the first to give a complete description of the fascicular tunic, which he named sarcolemma." Haskell Norman Library. The first part of William Bowman's professional career (up to 1842) concentrated on histological studies which resulted in the publication of 'Physiological anatomy and physiology of man' (1843-1856) published with Robert Bentley Todd (1809-1860). This work was an important landmark and displayed Bowman's accurate eye and descriptive pen, and artistic pencil which produced masterly accounts of histology. New and detailed descriptions were made of skin, muscle, nerves, sense organs, kidney, bone, and cartilage. On 18 June 1840 the paper "On the minute structure and movement of voluntary muscle" was communicated to the Royal Society by Todd. It resulted in Bowman's election to fellowship at the age of twenty-five. Striated muscle fine structure began to be really understood following a comprehensive survey of the matter carried out by William Bowman in the late 1830s. The publications resulting from such a study, the first of which earned for the author a precocious election as Fellow of the Royal Society. DSB, II, pp. 375-376; Fulton, History of physiology, pp. 226-228; Garrison and Morton 542; Haskell Norman Library 294.

      [Bookseller: Jeffrey Stern Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        The Caricaturist's Scrap Book.

      Quer-4°, 60 Bl., durchgeh. Radierungen, OLwd. m. Goldpräg., Rücken fachmännisch erneuert, Ecken berieben u. geleimt, einige Bl. am Fusssteg etw. fleckig, Vs. etw. fingerfleckig. Alle Abb. in (Kupfer-)Stichen. Enthält: «Omnium-Gatherum»: Titelblatt u. [First Series:] No. 1 - 7; Second Series: No. 1 - 6; «Demonology & Witchcraft», No. 1 - 6; «Old Way's & New Way's»: Titelblatt u. No. 1 - 6; «Nautical Dictionary»: Titelblatt u. No. 1 - 6; «The Art of Tormenting»: Titelblatt u. S. 1 - 6; «Scenes in London», No. 1 - 20 auf 5 Bl., die No. 21 bis 47 ungenau verteilt: anstelle der Nr. 21 des Serie wurde versehentlich die Nr. 25 der «Sporting Sketches» montiert - die No. 21 wurde am Ort der Nr. 48 nachgetragen; «Sayings & Doings», No. 1 - 6.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej]
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        Morrison's North River Traveller's Companion Containing a Map of the Hudson or North River, with a Description of the adjoining Country; the Names and Distances of the different Towns, the Names and Heights of the surrounding Mountains, &c

      Philadelphia. hardcover. very good(+). Case map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Page measures 8.75" x 22.25". Fantastic pocket map following the path of the Hudson River from New York City to Hadley Falls, circa 1840. Each county the river passes through has been differentiated with color and notable towns and cities are marked along the way. As a "Traveller's Companion" the map provides lists of distances between various U.S. cities, hotels, and lengths of U.S. canals. A map of New York City and its environs is printed on the inside cover. Title in decorative scroll motif with an uncolored view of a waterfall. Minor scattered foxing and adhesive stain to inside cover.

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        The rise, progress, and termination of the Maroon War,

      Wigan: Printed by C.S. Simms, 1840. xlviii + 259pp. 1st ed., very fine in original rather faded blind stamped cloth with slight damage to head of spine. A rare work.

      [Bookseller: Pennymead Books]
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        The Newgate Calender Improved; Being Memoirs of Notorious Characters, Who have been convicted of offences against the Laws of England, during the Seventeenth Century; and continued to the present time, Chronologically Arranged

      London: Printed for Thomas Kelly 17 Paternoster Row by W. Clowes nd c. 1840 London: Printed for Thomas Kelly 17, Paternoster-Row by W. Clowes, nd (c. 1840). (NEWGATE PRISON) 5 vols., 8vo. Illustrated. Bound in later Ninetenth century three quarter green calf, red leather title labels, marbled boards. A nice set. Bookplates of Charles B. Driscoll and his collection at Wichita City Library

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        Der Tunnel.

      Ziehharmonikaförmig gefaltetes Diorama in 6 Teilen (davon eines die Rückwand). In kolorierter Lithographie. 11,5 x 14 cm, voll entfaltet ca. 55 cm. Mit marmoriertem Pappschuber d. Zt. Zeigt einen Blick durch den zwischen 1825 und 1843 gebauten Themsetunnel; die zwei "Durchschaulöcher" ermöglichen einen perspektiver Blick durch zwei Gänge, die von Säulen getrennt und mit kleineren und größeren Figuren gefüllt sind. Peepshows dieser Art wurden in England in verschiedenster Ausführung für den europäischen Markt produziert um damit die überwältigende technische Leistung auch in der Ferne nachvollziehbar zu machen. - Durch die Griffaussparung am Schuber ist der Vorderdeckel mittig oben und unten fingerfleckig. Die erste Ebene ist an der oberen Befestigung unauffällig mit einem dünnen Klebstreifen verstärkt, unten mit etwas Papierverlust am Boden (außerhalb der Darstellung). Mit kleineren Gebrauchsspuren, aber so weit wie feststellbar mit allen Figuren komplett. Der Schuber ist berieben und bestoßen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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        50 Bilder zu Virgils Heneide. Gestochen unter der Leitung von C. Frommel.

      Carlsruhe, bei Aug. Klose und C. Frommel, s. d. (ma 1840 ca.). In 12esimo oblungo, pp. n. n., front. in delineato, 1 cartina con parte dell'Italia, l'Internum Mare e la Grecia, il Campus Troiae in delineato con 19 didascalie, 50 incisioni in rame f. t. in b/n finemente incise raffiguranti vedute di citt? e siti greci e italiani compongono il volumetto e sono intervallate da qq. pp. di testo, leg. in t. percallina verde con titolo in oro al dorso. Carl - Ludwig Frommel (Birkenfeld nel 1789 - Inspringen 1863) (Scuola Tedesca). Pittore e incisore. Dopo aver visitato l'Italia, si ferma in Germania e diventa professore di pittura e di incisione a Carlsruhe. In seguito, si reca in Inghilterra dove apre un atelier di incisione. Interessante guida che racconta del viaggio dell'Eneide. Buon esemplare.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G]
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        Monument Eleve a Hawaii au Capitaine Cook. Iles Sandwich

      Akermann & Co Paris:: Akermann & Co,. 1840.. View of Karakakoa Bay in Hawaii, scene of Captain Cook's death. The view is from the voluminous 'Voyage Autour du Monde Execute Pendant les Annees 1836,1837 sur la Corvette La Bonite'. Black and white lithograph, plate 47. 12.5 x 9" plus wide margins, very good condition. Borba de Moraes, 874; Nissen, ZBI, 4208; Sabin, 98298; Stafleu, 1969; Wood, 609, referring to the book.

      [Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints ]
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        Volumes 1 to 45 of Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages . . edited from original manuscripts and scarce publications. - The Percy Society Numbers 1 to 45 of The Percy Society, bound in 12 volumes.

      Printed for the Percy Society, by T. Richards, 1840. Numbers 1 to 45 of the Percy Society reprints of Early English Poems and Ballads bound in 12 volumes. Victorian 1/2 green morocco, gilt lettering, marbled boards and edges. Some rubbing, but a very good run. 38a

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        L'Avocat De La Republique, 1798

      1840. Gillray, James [1756/57-1815]. [Erskine, Thomas, First Baron Erskine (1750-1823)]. L'Avocat De La Republique. London: Hannah Humphrey, 21 May 1798. Reissue. London: Thomas McLean, 1840. Attractively glazed and matted 10" x 7-1/2" colored lithograph in handsome 18" x 15-1/2" wooden frame, small brass plaque to center of bottom. Light toning to margins, image vivid. An attractive piece. * Second issue. Plate 7 from the series French Habits. Gillray, a British caricaturist and printmaker, was famous for his political and social satires. Most of his work was published from 1792 to 1810. French Habits is a 12-plate folio depicting leading members of the Whig Party as leaders of France's revolutionary government.

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        Geometrische Untersuchungen zur Theorie der Parallellinien.

      Mit 2 gefalt. Tafeln. 1 Bl., 61 S. HLdr. des späten 19. Jhdts. PMM 293 Anm.; Poggendorff I, 1482; Engel/Stäckel, Urkunden zur Geschichte der nichteuklidischen Geometrie I, 448, 13; DSB VIII, 432 f. - Erste Ausgabe, aber wohl anastatischer Nachdruck der Zeit. Bekannt ist ein auch als solcher gekennzeichneter bei Mayer & Müller, Berlin aus dem Jahr 1887; die hier vorliegende, den Bibliographen und Bibliotheken völlig unbekannte Ausgabe hat keinerlei gedruckten Verweise auf einen Nachdruck, ist aber als solcher, recht zeitnaher erkenntlich. - Lobatschewskis erste Veröffentlichung in Buchform über die nichteuklidische Geometrie, gleichzeitig eines seiner wenigen selbständigen Werke, von ihm in deutscher Sprache verfasst. Die vorliegende Schrift ist eine eigenständige Zusammenfassung seiner 1829-30 in russischer Sprache im Kasaner Universitätskurier erschienenen Aufsätze über "Die Anfangsgründe der Geometrie". Die darin entwickelte nichteuklidische Geometrie revolutionierte unsere Vorstellung vom Wesen der Mathematik. Nachdem Gauss von Lobatschewski ein Exemplar seiner "Geometrischen Untersuchungen" erhalten hatte, begann er, einzig um dessen frühere Arbeiten im Original zu lesen, mit dem Studium der russischen Sprache. Er war selbst schon zu ähnlichen allgemeinen Schlussfolgerungen wie Lobatschewski gekommen, ohne jedoch etwas darüber zu verüffentlichen, und bewertete dessen Arbeiten ausgesprochen positiv. - Vorderdeckel und Titelblatt mit Nameneintrag Dr. Henry Taber (1860-1936), am Titel datiert 1889. Taber war Professor der Mathematik an der Clark University (Worcester, Massachusetts) 1888-1921. - Etwas bestoßen, Rücken lädiert. Vorderer Spiegel mit Exlibris einer amerikanischen Bibliothek. Das Titelblatt etwas knittrig und eng eingebunden. Eine Tafel mit kurzem, hinterlegtem Einriss.

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        The Landscape Gardening and Landscape Architecture of the late Humphry Repton, Esq. Being his entire works on these subjects. A new edition: with an historical and scientific introduction, a systematic analysis, a biographical notice, and a copious alphabetical index. By J. C. Loudon

      London: printed for the editor, and sold by Longman & Co. and A. & C. Black of Edinburgh, 1840. Octavo. (8 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches). Uncut and unopened. Half-title, 4pp. publisher's advertisements at end. Engraved portrait frontispiece, numerous wood-engraved illustrations, some full- page. Original green cloth by Westleys & Co. of London, covers blocked in blind, spine blocked in blind and lettered in gilt (small neat repair to head of spine, and inner hinges). An excellent copy in the original cloth binding The first collected edition of Repton's writings, containing reprints of all his published works and illustrated with wood-engraved reductions of the original plates. Two issues of this work were published: one as here with the illustrations uncoloured, and a second with the illustrations coloured by hand. The work is edited by John Claudius Loudon (1783-1843), one of the best known gardening authorities of his generation, and he also provides an overview of the history of landscape gardening in the introduction. In addition there is a valuable biographical essay on Repton by a 'member of [his] family'. Lowndes III, p.2073

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        Works of Shakespeare (The Pictorial Edition). 8 Vols: Comedies I & II; Histories I & II; Tragedies I & II; Biography; Doubtful Plays &c.

      Charles Knight and Co. . [c. 1840] 8 vols, all fully vellum-bound with leather title labels on the gilt-stamped spine. All edges gilt. The vellum has darkened on the spines and there is general light scratching and marking on the covers. Tragedies II has a large stain - looks like a wine stain on the rear cover which affects the spine edge for about 2 inches. Overall it is a handsome, imposing set; each volume is illustrated with numerous steel engravings, a pleasing mixture of real, topographical or art-historical images with the fantastical and the imagined. 37b

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      1840. MOVEABLE. (ABC) IMPROVED MOVEABLE ALPHABET. no pub. info., circa 1840. There is a charming (7 1/2 x 6") hand colored illustration showing a mid- 19th century family together in their game room. There is a small hole cut in the picture and when the wheel is turned, different letters of the alphabet are shown. Rare.

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      Acquatinta (mm. 164 x 214 più grandi margini), incisa da Cherbuin. La veduta fa parte della bella serie ?Recueil des vues principales de Milan, exécutées d?après le daguerréotype et gravées par L. Cherbuin. In questa raccolta, al disegno proprio o altrui, da cui l?incisore traeva la stampa, fu sostituita l?impressione meccanica della lastra fotografica allora inventata dal Daguerre. Cfr. Arrigoni ?Milano nelle vecchie stampe?,I, n. 193/9. Esempl. sotto passe-partout, con qualche fiorit. ai soli margini bianchi.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi]
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        A Plan of London and its Environs, Shewing the Boundaries of the Cities of London and Westminster, Metropolitan Bouroughs and Parishs and Distances in Miles & Quarters of the Principal Roads from the General Post Office.

      [London: S. Lewis & Co., c.1840].. Map dimensions 92.5 x 110.5 cm, overall dimensions 96 x 113.5 cm. A very attractive large folding plan of London, showing the extents from Stamford Hill down to Dulwich and North Greenwich across to Hammersmith. Original colour in block and outline, the plan edged with a decorative printed border. Dissected into 45 sections and mounted on linen, folds between original morocco boards with elaborate gilt tooled borders, gilt lettered to spine, buff coloured paper to inner cover and to the folded end section. The map and the covers in excellent condition. Howgego, 373a, (2).

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        On the Heat Evolved by Metallic Conductors of Electricity and in the Cells of a Battery During Electrolysis

      Richard and John E. Taylor London: Richard and John E. Taylor. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. FIRST EDITION of the derivation of Joule's Law, one of the fundamental laws of electricity. Joule, "in the paper now under consideration, was the first to announce the definite law that 'when a current of voltaic electricity is propagated along a metallic conductor, the heat evolved in a given time is proportional to the resistance of the conductor multiplied by the square of the electric intensity,' i.e. electric current. In the same paper he showed that the law applies, when proper allowance is made for certain disturbances, to heat produced in electrolytes. The paper also contained the first reference to a 'standard of resistance;' this consisted of a coil of ten feet of copper wire .024 inch in thickness."These experiments contained the germs of Joule's second great discovery, the equivalence of heat and energy, which he fully developed later. But he had already made it clear that the energy set free in the battery is also proportional to the resistance of the circuit and to the square of the current" (Dictionary of National Biography).NOTE: Joule had originally announced his experimental results in a speech before the Royal Society on December, 17,1840, but the Royal Society did not deem the paper worthy to be printed in their respected Philosophical Transactions; an abstract, instead, was printed in their Proceedings of the Royal Society.In: The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, vol. XIX, no.124, pp.260-277. London: Richard and John E. Taylor, 1841. Octavo, contemporary three-quarter calf, marbled boards. Occasional light foxing, some rubbing to boards. A handsome copy in contemporary binding.

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        Ansichten von Tyrol, nach T. Allom's Zeichnungen, und Johanna v. Isser geb. Grossrubatscher's Skizzen.

      London, Tombleson & Co., n.d. (ca. 1840). 8vo. Contemp. hcalf. Richly gilt spine, marbled covers. A paperlabel pasted on lower part of spine. Corners a bit bumped. Stamp on titlepage and first leaf. 127,(1) pp., 45 fine steel-engraved plates all with tissue-guards and 1 folded engraved map. Text as well as plates clean and fine

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        Bref och dagboks-anteckningar.

      Utgifna efter hans död. I-II. Uppsala, Leffler & Sebell, 1840-42. 8:o. (6),417 + (6),LXIV,(2),246 s. Två marmorerade pappbd med sparsamt guldornerade ryggar, röda titeletiketter av skinn och guldpräglade delnummer (Johanna Röjgård). De tryckta främre omslagen medbundna. Sporadiska lagerfläckar. Smala mörka fläckar i hörnen i början av del I och i slutet av del II. I del I fuktränder i nedre marginalen från s. 369 till slutet. Enstaka marginalnoteringar i blyerts. Med G. Björkmans namnteckning daterad 1878 och handskrivna tillskrifter till G. W. Gumælius. I del I står: "in memoriam amici dilectissimi amicus" och i del II står: "till vänkär åminnelse af författaren, minnestecknaren och utgifvaren".. Utgiven av Erik August Schröder vars redigering på tidstypisk manér var något självsvådlig. Atterbom, som var gammal vän till Törneros, har författat Törneros biografi i andra delen. Gustaf Wilhelm Gumælius (1789-1877) var präst, riksdagsman och författare. Han studerade i Uppsala där han var medlem av Götiska förbundet och umgicks med många av de unga intellektuella som då vistades i staden. Där blev han även vän med Törneros och de brevväxlade livet ut samt reste tillsammans. Ett stort antal brev av Törneros till Gumælius har tryckts i Nils Afzelius utgåva av Törneros brev, men även brevet i del I på s. 401 i denna utgåva om Geijers avfall är till största del hämtat ur ett brev till Gumælius (det inleds: "Älskade broder"). Uppenbarligen hade Gumælius hjälpt Schröder och Atterbom i arbetet med brevutgåvan och var sedan länge god vän med bägge. Gumælius var även i början utgivare för tidskriften "Svea" i vilken Törneros 1831 publicerade en essä om estetik och året därpå medverkade som biträdande redaktör

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        On the Critical Values of the Sums of Periodic SeriesCambridge: John W. Parker, 1847. First edition.

      An offprint of the paper in which he inaugurated the fundamental notion of 'uniform convergence'. "An understanding that the convergence of a series of functions needs to be carefully handled developed only in the late 1840's, simultaneously but independently in the work of Phillip Seidel, a former pupil of Dirichlet, and George Stokes in Cambridge. Both realized that for an infinite sum of continuous functions to be continuous, convergence must be of a particular kind, which Seidel (in 1848) described as not 'arbitrarily slow' and Stokes (in late 1847) as not 'infinitely slow'. Such ideas foreshadowed the later idea of uniform convergence, where a series of functions not only converges at every point, but does so at a uniform rate over a range of values. Stokes' paper of 1847 was entitled 'On the critical values of the sums of periodic series'. His discussion of continuity in §1 shows that even by 1847 the Eulerian definition of a continuous function as one that can be expressed by a single formula had not entirely fallen out of use, but Stokes himself adopted the Bolzano-Cauchy definition: 'f(x) is called continuous when, for all values of x, the difference between f(x) and f(x&plusminus;h) can be made smaller than any assignable quantity by sufficiently diminishing h'. In the same opening section, Stokes separated convergent series into two classes, either 'essentially' or 'accidentally' convergent; in modern terms absolutely or conditionally convergent. His definition of 'infinitely slow' convergence came only much later in the paper, in §38. ... The modern definition of uniform convergence was formulated a few years after the appearance of Stokes' paper, by Weierstrass in Berlin." (Stedall: Mathematics Emerging, A Source Book 1540-1900, pp. 527-528).. Large 4to: 286 x 226 mm. Offprint from the Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, Vol. VIII, Part V, 1847. Dated 1848. Contemporary plain wrappers; upper right corner of title soiled, otherwise fine and unopened. 53 pp

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        Original-Ansichten der historisch merkwürdigsten Staedte in Deutschland nach der Natur aufgenommen von verschiedenen Künstlern in Stahl gestochen von Louis Hoffmeister, Joh. Poppel, Gust. Ad. Müller, F. Abresch und andern. Mit einem artistisch topographischen Text.

      'Sämmtliche Ansichten sind an Ort und Stelle von den geschicktesten Künstlern ihres Faches ... aufgenommen und in gleich ausgzeichnet Weise durch die kunstgeübte Hand ... in Stahl gestochen worden. Der Text wurde stets nach authentischen Notizen von verschiedenen Gelehrten ausgearbeitet.' (Vorwort). Der gestochene Titel zeigt eine Ansicht Salzburgs vom Capuzinerberge aus. Die 54 Stahlstich-Tafeln zeigen: Wiesbaden und Bieberich (mit 7 Tafeln), Darmstadt (3), Heilbronn und Weinsberg (2), Eßlingen (2), Baden-Baden (5), Stuttgart (3), Ulm (7), Salzburg (4), Wien (15), Innsbruck (3), Triest (3). Einband berieben und ausgeblichen, Rücken geklebt. Seiten und einige Tafeln im Bild stockfleckig, restliche Tafeln im weißen Rand stockfleckig.

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        Manners and Customs of the New Zealanders; With Notes Corroborative of their Habits, Usages, Etc., and Remarks to Intending Emigrants

      (Lon.), 1840.. b/w ills., folding map. “Illustrations and observations valuable and original, with copious details of all that relates to the native race. Numerous notes and references compare the usages of the New-Zealanders with those of other nations, the Jews especially. In the appendix is a good account of the forest timbers, edible plants, introduced cereals and fruit, animal life, kauri-gum, flax, &c.” - Hocken p. 85. An important book, bound in original cloth with new spine labels. VG. 2 vols,

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        Wanderungen durch Tyrol und Steyermark

      Leipzig, Wigand (1840 - 1846).. 2 Bände. Mit zus. 60 Stahlstichtafeln. 303 S.; 235 S. Roter Maroquin d. Zt. mit reicher Rückenverg.

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        Illustrations to the Hand-Book for Travellers on the Continent contained in a series of maps of the most frequented Roads thorough Holland, Belgium and Germany and with plans of the principal towns on the continent.

      London 1840, John Murray and Son. 1 map for survey, 21 route maps partly in colour, 6 maps of local regions and 42 town plans. Text in English and German. Green cloth with lettering in black.. Worn with some small bumps and renewed back in suitable linen. Partly some stains. Maps overall in good condition

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        Palazzo vecchio dagli Uffizi a Firenze.

      Firenze - Roma, 1840 circa. Incisione in rame all'acquatinta, b/n, cm 31, 3 x 39,3 (alla lastra), disegnata dal Corrodi e incisa dal Ruff. Bello scorcio prospettico animato da personaggi e carrozze in primo piano. Non comune. Ottimo esemplare in margini. .

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        The Pictorial Flora; or, British Botany Delineated, in 1500 lithopgraphic drawings of all the species of flowering plants indigenous to Great Britain, illustrating the descriptive works on English botany by Sir J.E. Smith, Lindley, Hooker, Withering, and other authors. By Miss Jackson

      London: Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1840 First edition. Contemporary green vellum, gilt burgundy spine label, metal clasp and catch. . Octavo. iv, 42 pp. plus 131 lithographed plates, mostly with twelve figures to a page. Also with an appendix, including about 300 extra figures. Binding has a few light spots, light foxing throughout. Still, a very good copy. This exhaustive work was designed to be portable and inexpensive enough to be within the means of young people. Little is known of the author, who was from Litchfield, though Desmond's Dictionary of British and Irish Botanists and Horticulturists states that she was probably the daughter of John Jackson (fl. 1740s-1790s), who with Erasmus Darwin and Sir Brooke Boothby formed the Botanical Society at Lichfield. She is also likely related to Maria Elizabetha Jackson (1755-1829), friend of Maria Edgeworth and author of Botanical Lectures (1804), Sketches of the Physiology of Vegetable Life (1811), and The Florist's Manual (1822), who is often erroneously cited as the author of this work.

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      London:: Chapman & Hall,. 1840-41.. Bound in 6s. 10-3/8" x 6-3/4". 1st edition (Eckel, pp. 67- 70; Smith I, p. 47). 3 volumes (306; 306; 426 pp).. Original publisher's brown cloth with Smith's primary binding design, i.e., a gilt clock motif with the hands pointing to the time that corresponds to the volume number.. Volumes I & III professionally rebacked. Volume II slightly cocked.. Bookplate, usual bit of foxing & average wear; overall VG.. Contains first appearance of Dickens' popular 'Old Curiosity Shop' & his first historical work, 'Barnaby Rudge'. . Frontis in each volume & 195 intratextual woodcut illustrations [primarily] by Phiz and George Cattermole.

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        The Comic Latin Grammar & The Comic English Grammar

      Charles Tilt - Richard Bentley, London, 1840. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. 2 volumes both in full red morocco with leather inlays depiciting a figure on each board by the Guild of Women Binders. Spines darkened and slightly dry, but still an attractive pair of bindings. Endpapers darkened, armorial bookplates to pastedowns (J. Barton Townswed). Text is clean, tipped in plates in Latin Grammar are darkened. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Humour; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 042000. .

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        The Pathfinder; Or, The Inland Sea By the Author of "The Pioneers," ...

      London: Richard Bentley, 1840. First edition. Hardcover. Near fine. Yes. First edition, preceding the US printing. Three volumes. viii,320; (ii),348; (ii),339pp. + printer's imprint on p. (340). Original tan boards. The Preface (pp. [v]-viii, appears to be single inserted leaves, as noted by Blanck, perhaps to correct an improper imposition. Sometime nicely rebacked in blue cloth with new printed spine labels. Armorial bookplate of Sir Gilbert Greenall in each volume. A near fine set. The English edition was advertised as 'just ready' on Sept 21, 1839, and announced for February, 1840; the American edition was deposited in April, 1840. BAL 3891.

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        The Pathfinder; or, The Inland Sea

      Richard Bentley, London, 1840. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition. 3 volumes in 1/4 cloth over paper covered boards. Rebacked in black cloth with added endpapers, original spine labels reattached but heavily worn and chipped. Modest wear at corners. Occasional light foxing and age toning, esp. in the gutter, but generally clean and bright internally. A bit of wear and browning to endpapers. With the half title in volume I, but not the others. Published a few months before the American edition. The fourth book published in the Leatherstocking series, though the third chronologically. BAL 3891 Size: Octavo (8vo). 3-volume set (complete). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Fiction; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 041595. .

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        "Kan Menneskets frie Villie bevises af dets Selvbevidsthed?" En med det Kongelige Norske Videnskabers=Selskabs større Guldmedaille belønnet Priis=Afhandling. [In: Det Kongl. Norske Videnskabers=Selskabs Skrifter i det 19de Aarhundrede. 3die Binds 2det Hefte]. ["Lässt die Freiheit des menschlichen willens sich aus dem Selbstbewusstsein beweisen?"].

      Trondhjem, Tønnes Andreas Høeg, 1840. 4to. Entire volume present. Later very nice brown hcalf w. gilt spine (Anker Kyster). Pp. (1) - 100. Entire volume: (2), 127, (3) pp. With the general title-page for the volume, title-pages and prefaces for the two works contained in the present volume, and the contents-leaf. The other work is: "Den Constitutionelle Statsform, betragtet i dens Forhold til Samfundets høiere Interesser. Tale holden i det Kongl. Norske Videnskabers=Selskab paa hans Majestæt Kongens Fødselsdag den 26de Januae 1838, af Frederik Moltke Bugge, Selskabets Præses.". The scarce first printing of Schopenhauer's "Prize Essay", "On the Freedom of Human Will", which constitutes one of Schopenhauer's greatest successes, one of the works of which he was the most proud, and the work that was awarded the large gold medal from the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences, being an answer to the proposed question from the Society "Is it possible to demonstrate human free will from self-consciousness?". The following year, Schopenhauer wrote his "On the Foundations of Morality" ("Über die Grundlage der Moral"), which he sent to the Royal Danish Society of Sciences, but which was not honoured with an award, although it was the only submission to the competition. It is these two works that together constitute his "Two Fundamental Problems of Ethics" ("Die Beiden Grundprobleme der Ethik"), which was published in 1941. The title-page and the preface are in Norwegian, but the essay itself is in German, "partly because a translation would undoubtedly be superfluous, even unwelcome by anyone who possesses enough scientific education to lead the treatise with interest and knowledge, partly because the copies that would be given to the author would probably lack all interest to him, if they were printed in the Norwegian language, and finally partly because the esoteric nature of the contents seem to make it preferable that the treatise, as far as possible, would not be made accessible to others than those, who due to fairly thorough education are able to avoid misunderstandings as well as being able to properly appraise the value of the treatise, with regards to its reality, in general and partially [own translation - Introduction, pp. (2) - (3).].Schopenhauer's work is generally accepted as being one of the most brilliant and elegant treatments of free will and determinism. He clearly and elegantly distinguishes between the freedom of acting and the freedom of willing. His conclusion is that human beings do have the freedom of acting, whereas they do not have the freedom of willing, since they are completely determined by the way that their bodies react to outside stimuli and causes. From the libraries of the two notable collectors Ejnar Christiansen and Esli Dansten

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      1840. hardcover. THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP and BARNABY RUDGE in the original 20 monthly parts Dickens, Charles. MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK. With Illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, 1840-41. 20 monthly serial parts, in original pictorial light blue-green wrappers.20 parts: $3,250.00 First Edition of THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP and of BARNABY RUDGE. After the publication of NICHOLAS NICKLEBY in monthly parts in 1839, Dickens decided to create a weekly serial named MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK, within which he would issue his future novels. The first issue, beginning THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, was issued on April 4, 1840. When that novel was completed 44 issues later, Dickens started right in with BARNABY RUDGE (the 45th part is a transition part). W" When that novel was completed in the 88ºth' (November 27, 1841) issue, Dickens terminated the MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK publication and, beginning with MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT, reverted to his standard monthly serialization. These weekly parts are quite different from Dickens's monthly ones: each weekly part consisted of one large sheet folded to create sixteen pages (twelve of text, plus a front and rear "wrapper"), without any of the myriad inserted advertisements common to the monthly parts. In addition, the illustrations are woodcuts within the text, rather than separate steel-engraved plates.After every fourth or fifth weekly part, they were also available bound together in twenty monthly parts (as here), trimmed down a bit and with added advertisements and colored wrappers -- making them similar to Dickens's other novels. Also, MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK was available in (three) clothbound volumes, each published at intervals of about seven months -- for which the preminary leaves are provided in monthly parts VI, XII & XX. Finally, simultaneous with the publication of Vol III, MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK was divided and issued as two separate one-volume novels titled THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP and BARNABY RUDGE. This set is in remarkably near-fine condition. A few parts (such as the first and last) have minor cover soil or edgewear, but most are in close-to-fine condition. The upper margin of some front wrappers bears the signature of initial subscribers. The inserted ads are all present with the exception of the Rippon & Burton and Tyas ads for Part 1 (almost always lacking), plus some ads in Parts 7, 10 and 13; the final part does contain the Virtue ads, often lacking. In our experience these monthly parts are scarcer than either the weekly parts or the three-volume edition. Gimbel A49; Hatton & Cleaver pp 161-182 (monthly parts); Smith I pp 44-57 and Wolff 1804 (three volumes). Housed in a morocco-backed pull-off case (showing wear) with inner cloth chemise.(Sumner & Stillman Code:12322)

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        A Map of England and Wales.......showing the Principal Roads, Railways, Rivers and Canals.Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, with the Distance of each Town from the General Post Office, London.

      London: S. Lewis, circa 1840.. Projected from the Triangulation for the Survey made under the Direction of the Honorable Board of Ordnance on a Scale of Five Miles to an Inch, and Corrected to the Present Time. Drawn by R.Creighton. Engraved by J.Dower. A very large hand coloured engraved map of England and Wales overall 70 x 83 inches, in 4 sections, each sheet 35 x 41.5 inches, dissected and mounted on linen. Large calligraphic title, explanation, large engraved view of the General Post Office, table of Dioceses with crests, all within an engraved border. Each of the 4 sheets folding to 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 1/4 inches) and bound full dark green grained calf, elaborate gilt borders to sides, spines with ornamental gilt bands and lettered in gilt "Map of England - Lewis - North West" & "North East", "South West" & "South East". The lower joint of the South East case split, one other joint rubbed, else the bindings fine and attractive. The map fresh and bright. An impressive large map in very good condition. With the private bookplates of the map dealer P. J. Radford on front pastedowns.

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        Tombleson's Thames: La Thames, Die Themse

      Tombleson & Company; Greuzbaner, London and Germany, 1840. Early Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Good Condition. Undated, ca. mid 1830s to 1840. Quarter green, stamped leather over marbled boards. Wear at corners, some rubbing to boards. Scattered foxing, mostly in the margins but onto some images, heavier in some cases, many plates completely clean. A few finger smudges in margins, occasional wear to page edges, one or two marginal tears, plate tissues present but creased and foxed in many cases. Tear to "Cliefton" plate just onto the plate area. 79 plates with the large panoramic map of the Thames that was also issued separately. One old tape repair to the verso of one fold with a touch of damage to the map, one long crease near a fold - still quite attractive. 84 text pages in German. Size: Octavo (8vo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Travel & Places; Inventory No: 040557. .

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        The Ingoldsby Legends or Mirth and Marvels. First, Second, and Third Series

      Richard Bentley , London, 1840. First Edition. Full Calf. Near Fine. Illustrator: Cruikshank, George Etc. 3 volumes, all first editions, in full brown calf by Riviere. 1840, 1842, 1847, respectively. Light rubbing and cracking at hinges, and light rubbing to spine lettering on the third volume. Previous owners embossed armorial plate to added endpaper of each volume. Otherwise a lovely set with 5 raised bands, inner dentelles, gold filigree to spines, etc. Page 236 blank in volume 1, lacking slip. Slight dampstain to edge of text block in volume 3. Illustrations by Leech, Cruikshank, others. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Text is clean and unmarked. Illustrator: Cruikshank, George Etc.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Myths, Legends, Folklore; Inventory No: 033011. .

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        Naturgeschichte der europäischen Schmetterlinge. Bearbeitet von Friedrich Treitschke. 2 Theile. (1. Tagfalter. 2. Schwärmer und Spinner). Pesth, C.A. Hartleben, 1840-41.

      Small 8vo. 2 orig. blue boards. Uncut. Printed titlelabels on back. Slightly rubbed. First inner hinge loose. 2 printed and 2 engraved titles. 2 engraved portraits. (12),XIV,188,(8),XIV,222 pp. and 64 handcoloured engraved plates with tissue-guards. First printed title dampstained. Ocassional slightly brownspotted. (Naturgeschichtlicher Cabinet des Thierreiches von William Jardine. Vol. VIII-IX

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        Original Autograph Display

      Hardy, Thomas, OM (2 June, 1840 - 11 January, 1928), 1943 Hardy, Thomas, OM (2 June, 1840 - 11 January, 1928). English author of the naturalist movement. Far from the Madding Crowd (1874), The Return of the Native (1878), Tess of the d'Urbervilles (1891). Elegantly framed & glazed Autograph Display, n.p, n.d. To an overall size of 15" ¼ x 19", Scalloped burnished bronze frame, gold filets, double matted in windows combining fabric & board. A clean original & authentic signature [1" ¾ x 3" ¼] with a fine digital photo print image of an elegant Hardy portrait.. Signed by Author. Autograph Display. Framed & Glazed.

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        Audience donnee aux savans. Hand-colored lithograph by Boulanger after Aubry

      C. Motte Paris: C. Motte, 1840. No Dust Jacket.

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