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        Das Nibelungen Lied or Lay of the Last Nibelungers. Translated into English verse after Professor Carl Lachmann's collated and corrected text by Jonathan Birch.

      Berlin: published by Alexander Duncker, bookseller to His Majesty the King of Prussia, 1848 - Octavo (218 × 150 mm). Near-contemporary Italian vellum over boards, red morocco label, spine richly gilt in compartments, sides bordered in gilt and with title in gilt to front cover, marbled endpapers. Spine label just a little worn at rear joint, a few minor spots, an excellent copy attractively bound and extra-illustrated. This copy extra-illustrated with a suite of 35 photographic plates, mounted on card and bound in on stubs. First edition in English of the Nibelungenlied, published in Berlin at the behest of Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia; this copy suitably extra-illustrated with plates reproducing the fresco paintings of the Nibelungenlied by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld (1794-1872) in the royal palace at Munich. The translator Jonathan Birch (1783–1847), a personal friend of the Prussian king, based his work on the edition of the philologist Karl Lachmann (1793–1851), who had proposed genealogical groups for the entire range of available manuscripts. Birch had moved from England to Prussia but died while the work was still in the press. The great German national epic, the Nibelungenlied had fallen into obscurity after the medieval era and was only rediscovered in 1755. The popularization of the Nibelungenlied over the course of the 19th century reached its apotheosis in Wagner's Ring Cycle. With an original autograph letter from Miss Sophie L. McAlpine, dated 4 January 1913, explaining the circumstances of the book's binding, and a few other pieces of associated manuscript material. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Oriental Album

      1848. First Edition . PRISSE DÂ’AVENNES, Emile. Oriental Album: Characters, Costumes, and Modes of Life in the Valley of the Nile. London: James Madden, 1848. Elephant folio (15 by 22-1/2 inches), contemporary cloth boards rebacked and recornered. $18,500.First trade edition of this beautifully illustrated survey of Egyptian “modes of life,” with lithographic frontispiece portrait of botanist George Lloyd, to whom the work is dedicated, additional chromolithographic title page, and 30 large tinted lithographs finished by hand of contemporary Egyptian dress.“Few 19th-century Orientalists possessed so prodigious an intellect, such a trove of talents, so insatiable a curiosity or so passionate a commitment to record the historical and artistic patrimony of ancient Egypt and medieval Islam as Emile Prisse dÂ’Avennes. Prisse succeeded brilliantly, yet he failed to achieve the stature to which his successes entitled him. He remains, as arts writer Briony Llewellyn calls him, ‘a shadowy figure in the history both of Egyptology and of European response to Islamic artÂ… Over time, PrisseÂ’s exposure to ancient Egypt awakened him to the perishability of human inventions and led him to a more profound purpose, later extended to Islamic culture: to reproduce the finest examples of arts and architecture and to set them, through the study of original documents, in their historical, social and religious context. With the science of Egyptology still in its infancy and much of Arab or Islamic art history still hidden, these were formidable tasksÂ… During his early years in Egypt, wherever his work took him, the insatiably curious young man eagerly tramped through ruins, drew maps and plans, sketched and wrote descriptive accounts of ancient cities and modern villages” (Mary Norton). PrisseÂ’s Oriental Album is a visual documentary, in 30 magnificent folio tinted lithographs finished by hand, of the people, costumes and way of life in the Nile Valley, with commentary by the noted Orientalist James Augustus St. John. This edition was published simultaneously with a deluxe issue, containing hand-colored plates with additional coloration, mounted on heavy card-stock. See Colas 2427; Hiler, 724, 772; Blackmer 1537; Brunet IV:885; Graesse V:449. Plates expertly cleaned. A beautiful copy in fine condition.

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        Report of the Secretary of War Communicating

      Washington: 1848 - 8vo, pamphlet, later brown cloth with gilt title on spine, folding map, 24 lithograph plates, 32 pp. Some wear to cloth, bookplate on front pastedown, lacks wrappers, foxing to plates and map, darkening to text block, some creasing to map, which makes it hard to open (but in very nice shape); otherwise very good. This work appears to include the first mapping of New Mexico of the newly acquired territory. The pamphlet also contains 24 lithograph plates attributed to Abert, which show scenes of Native Americans and locations in New Mexico, including Santa Fe, San Felipe and the Pueblos. Abert (1820-1897) was a soldier, naturalist, and artist who served in the Civil War. The text describes Abert's trip from Fort Leavenworth over the Santa Fe Trail. Abert's map appears to have been the most detailed of the New Mexico Territory up to that point. Graff 5. Howes A11. Sabin 57. Wagner-Camp 143.Streeter 168. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Nicholas D. Riccio Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Narrative of a Mission to Bokhara, in the Years 1843-1856. To Ascertain the Fate of Colonel Stoddart and Captain Conolly.

      Edinburgh & London, William Blackwood & Sons, 1848. - 8vo. XXV, (1), 429, (1) pp. Publisher's original cloth. Fifth edition. The German-born oriental scholar and traveller Wolff (1795-1862), who knew both Arabia and Muslim Asia, brought the first authentic account of the fate of the two officers Stoddart and Conolly to England (having been commissioned to do so by a committee headed by Captain John Grover): they had been beheaded at the command of the Emir of Bukhara (Usbekistan), Nasrullah Khan, in 1842. Their executioner had been instructed to dispose of Wolff in the same way, but he escaped after a series of remarkable adventures. "A Jew who converted to Christianity, he spent much of his life attempting to persuade other Jews to follow the same course. His travels were often beset by extraordinary difficulties, but his enthusiasm and vitality enabled him even to endure, after rescue from slavery in Khorassan, a walk of six hundred miles through Bokhara to Kabul, having been robbed of everything including his clothing" (Blackmer). Between 1845 and 1852 his account of his mission went through seven editions. - Inscribed by the author in English and Arabic to the Victorian historical writer Agnes Strickland (1796-1874): "To Miss Agnes Strickland / from her admiring / friend Joseph Wolff" (dated May 14, 1849). Wilson 246. OCLC 1823836. Cf. Blackmer 1833 (1845, first American ed.). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MEMOIR OF A TOUR TO NORTHERN MEXICO, Connected with Col. Doniphan's Expedition, in 1846 and 1847. 30th Congress, 1st Session. Senate. Miscellaneous. No. 26.

      Tippin & Streeper, printers, Washington 1848 - 141 pages of text. Rebound in modern three-quarter leather with marbled paper-covered boards and new endsheets. Complete with three folding maps. Minor bump to top corner of text. Howes W597. Wagner/Camp 159:1. Dr. Wislizenus traveled as a private citizen to Mexico, returning with Doniphan's expedition. Wheat, #572 & 573, "A tour from Independence to Santa Fe, Chihuahua, Monterrey and Matamoros": "Many routes.are shown in Texas and the author's route is displayed in detail.a map of cosiderable value." Very tiny tears to maps. As stated on title page "Ordered that 5,000 copies be printed for the use of the Senate, and 200 additional for Dr. Wislizenus." First edition. Size: Octavo (8vo) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA]
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        Positions of the Upper and Lower Gold Mines on the South Fork of the American River, California, July 20th, 1848. [Plus]. Upper Mines. Nos 1&*. Lower Mines or Mormon Diggings.

      [Washington, DC]: 1848 - Two lithograph maps, 9 1/2" x 18", and 9" x 6 1/2", with folds as issued. A couple of margin tears on the larger map, and a small corner margin piece missing, not affecting image, extra crease in one corner; smaller map one small margin chip, both with slight aging and scattered foxing; otherwise both maps are in really nice condition.These are two rather scarce early maps of the California gold discoveries covering Sacramento, the American River, South Folk and Webers Creek. The smaller map presents the precise locations of the earliest discoveries, the first showing Sutter's Mill. These maps were issued in U.S. House Ex. Doc. No1, 30th Congress Second Session, which accompanied the Report of Col. Richard B. Mason, published with President Polk's Message to Congress of December 5, 1848. According to Wheat, Mason actually sent small pieces of gold with his report, and there are numbers printed on the map to indicate where the gold came from. The actual drawing of the maps has been credited to William T. Sherman, who was a young lieutenant at the time. Wheat, p. 64 and Gold Region 51 & 52. OCLC.

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        Report of the Secretary of War, Communicating, in Answer to a resolution of the Senate, a report and map of the examination of New Mexico

      Washington 1848 - 8vo.Bound in full, dark blue leather, spine with 4 raised bands and title in bright gilt. Minimal wear to bds. New eps. Minimal scattered foxing. All 24 plates in very good cond., incl. one of the earliest views of Santa Fe. Lg. fold-out map at rear. pp. 132+plates and map. The first free-standing edition of this detailed study of New Mexico. Howes A-11, Wagner-Camp 143, Graff 5, Rittenhouse 2, Flake 726 1st edition, 30th Congress, 1st Session, Exec., No. 23 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MEMOIR OF A TOUR TO NORTHERN MEXICO, Connected with Col. Doniphan's Expedition, in 1846 and 1847. 30th Congress, 1st Session. Senate. Miscellaneous. No. 26.

      Washington: Tippin & Streeper, printers, 1848. 141 pages of text. Rebound in modern three-quarter leather with marbled paper-covered boards and new endsheets. Complete with three folding maps. Minor bump to top corner of text. Howes W597. Wagner/Camp 159:1. Dr. Wislizenus traveled as a private citizen to Mexico, returning with Doniphan's expedition. Wheat, #572 & 573, "A tour from Independence to Santa Fe, Chihuahua, Monterrey and Matamoros": "Many routes...are shown in Texas and the author's route is displayed in detail...a map of cosiderable value." Very tiny tears to maps. As stated on title page "Ordered that 5,000 copies be printed for the use of the Senate, and 200 additional for Dr. Wislizenus." First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good+ condition. Octavo (8vo).

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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        JUAN MARIA FLOREZ y TERAN, GOBERNADOR del Distrito federal, á sus habitantes sabed: Que. [Mexican War Broadside].

      Mexico [City]: [Juan Maria Florez], 1848. Broadside. 18-3/4" x 12-1/2" Vertical and horizontal fold lines, with few short splits/tears; chipping and some loss to lower edge; small hole to left margin, not affecting text; faint occasional discoloration from handling. VG.

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books]
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        Wuthering Heights

      1848. First Edition . BRONTE, Emily. Wuthering Heights. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1848. 12mo (5 by 7-1/2 inches), early half sheep rebacked with original spine laid down, blue boards. Housed in a custom clamshell box. $15,000.Extraordinarily important and rare first American edition (published less than five months after the virtually unobtainable London first edition) of Emily Brontë's passionate masterpiece.""Like Poems, Wuthering Heights was presented to an uncomprehending public without preface, introduction or explanation and it was left to Charlotte, ever her sister's apologist, to insist that it was simply a tale of 'the wild moors of the north of England'… There was a constant litany of complaint about the brutality and violence of some of the scenes [particularly involving Heathcliffe] and about the use of expletives, which, contrary to custom, Emily had written out in full rather than indicated by a dash… An American reviewer wrote in the Literary World: 'Fascinated by strange magic we… are made subject to the immense power of the book. We are spell-bound, we cannot choose but read'"" (Barker, 502, 539-40). G.W. Peck wrote of it that ""if the rank of a work of fiction is to depend solely on its naked imaginative power, then this is one of the greatest novels in the language."" One year after her only novel's publication, Emily Bronte was dead of consumption. ""Wuthering Heights stands alone as a monument of intensity owing nothing to tradition, nothing to the achievement of earlier writers. It was a thing apart, passionate, unforgettable, haunting in its grimness… Bronte has a sure and certain place for all time"" (Britannica). Although the title page of the 1848 Wuthering Heights states, ""By The Author of 'Jane Eyre,'"" it was, of course, Emily's older sister, Charlotte, who authored Jane Eyre. Not until the famous ""Biographical Notice of Ellis and Acton Bell, by Charlotte Bronte,"" in 1850 did Charlotte clearly address the matter of the pseudonyms and the true authorship of the works: ""It has been thought that all the works published under the names of Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell were, in reality, the production of one person…[O]n [this] occasion…I am advised distinctly to state how the case really stands."" The first London edition, was published December 4, 1847; this edition was published April 21, 1848, simultaneously as two parts in wrappers and as a single, clothbound volume. Smith, 74-75. Evidence of front free endpaper (blank) having been removed. Light foxing to text, with a few dozen leaves having been expertly cleaned. Some light rubbing to early sheep and boards. A very good copy in early sheep and boards.

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        Jane Eyre: An Autobiography.

      London: Smith, Elder & Co.,, 1848. By Currer Bell. 3 volumes, octavo. Original purple-brown vertical fine-ribbed cloth, titles to spines gilt, geometric design and rules to covers in blind, cream endpapers. Binder's ticket to rear pastedown of Vol. I, ownership signature to half-titles of vols I and III. Spines rolled and faded to brown, edges of covers faded, very minor wear to tips, evidence of bookplate removal to front pastedowns of vols I and II, rear hinges cracked but holding, text blocks sound, light foxing to contents. An excellent set. Third edition (lacking the "9" in pagination on p. 279 of volume I, Gothic letters "n" inverted in "An" and "h" instead of "b" on title page of volume II (all points listed by Smith)). The author's powerful and highly influential novel was first published around 19 October 1847; owing to the work's immense immediate success among critics and the reading public alike, it was quickly followed by the second and third editions on 22 January 1848 and around 15 April 1848 respectively. With a 16-page publisher's catalogue (dated May 1848) at the rear of volume I and eight pages of reviews to the rear of volume III.

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        Deutscher Verein. Sammlung von 5 Gr

      In diesem Umfang seltene Zeugnisse f

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Sander]
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        Révolutions Politiques et Sociales de 1848, prédites en 1843. Le Hachych.

      Paris: Comptoir des Imprimeurs-Unis, 1848. Octavo, uncut and mostly unopened; in the original printed yellow wrappers, Author's presentation copy of the second edition of Lallemand's rare tale of the coming society, and the first to attribute authorship. First published as Le Hachych in 1843, its new title here is more explicit as to its intents. This was the first European work to use the drug hashish as its basic plot device.The work purports to be a translation from an Arabic manuscript which the author has discovered in his cabin whilst sailing for Marseille. It veers between the sensational and the doctrinal, particularly in its fundamental conceit that hashish not only provides consolation for the present, but an intimation and aspect of the future.In the early 1840s the French psychiatrist Moreau had begun studying the possible therapeutic applications of hashish, in the process installing himself as purveyor to the famous Club des Hachichins, an elegant coterie presided over by author and dilettante Gautier. But it fell to the well-known surgeon and republican socialist Lallemand to write the first European work to use the drug as its basic plot device. This copy is inscribed by Lallemand "A mon ami Lougian [?sp]" in his distinctive sepia ink. Some foxing, becoming loose at gutters else a good copy.

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        Description générale et particulière du duché de Bourgogne, précédée de l'abrégé historique de cette province

      Second edition partly original because increased various statements and documents. Binders half black sheepskin, back smooth decorated with gilt fillets and cold, slight traces of friction on the back, flat black cardboard, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, corners bumped, yellow sections, binders of the time. Good book full of his 3 cards and its 2 shots flyers inset. Two small ink stains affecting marginally slightly some pages of the fourth volume, few foxing. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Victor Lagier & Décailly Dijon 1848 13,5x22cm 4 volumes reliés

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        Jahrbuch für Pferdezucht, Pferdekenntniß, Pferdehandel, die Militärische Campagne, Schul- und Kunstreiterei und die Roßarzneikunst in Deutschland und den angrenzenden Ländern. 12 Jahrgänge der Reihe in 12 Bänden. Mit 6 (1 getönte und kolr.) lithogr. Tafeln.

      Weimar, Voigt 1823-1848. - 16°, ca. 7000 SS., Lithographierte Orig.-Broschuren (Erster Jahrgang Pappbd. der Zeit mit vergold. Rückentitel), Rücken mit mont. Bibl.-Sign., Einbände wenig berieben, Kirchener 3135, Schrader-H. 1779. - Vom Jahrbuch, das seit 1823 in 29 Jahrgängen bis 1857 schien, sind folgend Bände vorhanden: I (1823), VII (1830), IX (1833), XI-XII (1835-1836), XV (1839), XVIII-XIX (1842-43) und XXI-XXIV (1845-48). Die Tqafeln zeigen den Plan einer Rennbahn, einen Badeapparat für Pferde, ine Zirkusreiterin; Derbysieger von 1846 Pyrrhus I.; Charis, Glanzrappe, Graditzr Gstuets, geb. 1824, vom Feodor u. Bleaksuss; Pferdeauftrieb (getönt), [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Werner Steinbeiß]
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        The Illustrated Handbook, A New Guide for Travelers through the United States of America: Containing a Description of the states, cities, towns, villages, watering places, colleges, etc., etc., with the railroad, stage and steamboat routes…

      Sherman & Smith,, New York: 1848 - 16mo, original red cloth, decoratively stamped in gilt and blind, illustrated with 125 engravings, 234 pp., and folding map 52 x 67 cm (20 1/2" x 26 1/4") plus decorative border. Old ink name on front pastedown, with catalogue entry glued in, some light foxing within, map slightly darkened, a few short splits at folds; otherwise very good. Smith was a prominent mapmaker in the mid 19th century. He competed with the likes of Colton and Mitchell, and was associated with John Disturnell back in the 1840s.He published a number of city maps around that time. In 1843 Smith published a large map of the United States, and three years later in 1846 he published the first edition of this map. Considered a really good map, it basically covers the eastern and midwestern part of the U.S. California and Oregon are featured in an inset, and part of Texas is also shown. Some railroad and canal routs in the northeast are also highlighted. Ristow: American Maps. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Nicholas D. Riccio]
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        Nouveau traité général astronomique et civil d'horlogerie théorique et pratique. D'après les plus habiles auteurs et les progrès récents de l'art.

      Paris chez l'Auteur rue Meslay 1848 - 2 volumes in-4, Titre, frontispice (placé à la fin du texte), pp. V-XII. (prospectus de publication), 432 pp., planches I à XVIII - (4) ff., 544 pp., (4) ff., planches XIX à LI. Reliure demi veau havane époque, dos orné de filets.(une coiffe usée). Rare édition originale, une seconde édition fut publiée chez Dutertre en 1853 puis une troisième en 1875. Ouvrage illustré d'un frontispice et 51 planches dépliantes. L'un des plus grands horlogers de son temps, Louis Moinet (1768-1853) est l'inventeur du chronographe en 1815 ou 1816, qu'il baptise "compteur de tierces". Ami intime d'Abraham-Louis Breguet, Moinet est le créateur des mécanismes les plus fins et les plus perfectionnés et réalise de prodigieuses horloges pour les têtes couronnées de son temps. Son traité d'horlogerie, fruit de 20 années de travail, est le plus estimé pour le XIXe siècle. Le prospectus de publication (pp. VI à XII) a été conservé dans le tome 1 et suit le titre. L'"Avis pour le brocheur" à la fin premier volume précise : Les typographes insistant pour ne livrer les titres qu'à la fin de l'impression, à cause des changements que le cours de l'ouvrage peut y nécéssiter, le prospectus en tête de cette première partie continuera de servir de titre provisoire. On placera d'abord, à gauche, la planche du frontispice en regard du titre du prospectus, après lequel vient la préface." Les tables des chapitres des deux volumes ont été imprimées à la fin du second volume. Selon les quelques exemplaires repérés les 4 feuillets non chiffrés (Tables d'équation moyenne) placés ici en tête et fin du second volumes ont pu être reliés dans le premier. C'est le cas de l'exemplaire de la N.Y.P.L., qui lui n'a pas conservé le prospectus de publcation. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Jane Eyre: An Autobiography. By Currer Bell.

      London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1848 - 3 volumes, octavo. Original purple-brown vertical fine-ribbed cloth, titles to spines gilt, geometric design and rules to covers in blind, cream endpapers. Binder's ticket to rear pastedown of Vol. I, ownership signature to half-titles of vols I and III. Spines rolled and faded to brown, edges of covers faded, very minor wear to tips, evidence of bookplate removal to front pastedowns of vols I and II, rear hinges cracked but holding, text blocks sound, light foxing to contents. An excellent set. Third edition (lacking the "9" in pagination on p. 279 of volume I, Gothic letters "n" inverted in "An" and "h" instead of "b" on title page of volume II (all points listed by Smith)). The author's powerful and highly influential novel was first published around 19 October 1847; owing to the work's immense immediate success among critics and the reading public alike, it was quickly followed by the second and third editions on 22 January 1848 and around 15 April 1848 respectively. With a 16-page publisher's catalogue (dated May 1848) at the rear of volume I and eight pages of reviews to the rear of volume III. Smith 2.

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        Téhéran

      Original pencil drawing heightened with watercolor on pink paper, captioned on the top right, showing a view of the cemetery and the walls of Tehran.Joseph Auguste Jules Laurens was born in Carpentras (1825-1901) was a French painter and lithographer. From 1846 to 1849, he toured Eastern Europe, Greece, Turkey and Persia as a cartoonist, as part of a scientific mission led by geographer Xavier Hommaire Hell. Despite the failure of the mission (death Hommaire Hell in Isfahan, non-payment of work), he brought hundreds of sketches (historical monuments and daily life of the inhabitants of these regions), drawings and watercolors, which will serve its business artistic. This drawing dates undoubtedly from that era. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! S.n. S.l. 1848 43x57cm (dimensions du cadre) 42,19,5cm (dimensions du dessin) une feuille sous marie-louise et cadre de bois ancien

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        Révolutions Politiques et Sociales de 1848, prédites en 1843. Le Hachych.

      Paris: Comptoir des Imprimeurs-Unis, 1848. Octavo, uncut and mostly unopened; in the original printed yellow wrappers, Author's presentation copy of the second edition of Lallemand's rare tale of the coming society, and the first to attribute authorship. First published as Le Hachych in 1843, its new title here is more explicit as to its intents. This was the first European work to use the drug hashish as its basic plot device.The work purports to be a translation from an Arabic manuscript which the author has discovered in his cabin whilst sailing for Marseille. It veers between the sensational and the doctrinal, particularly in its fundamental conceit that hashish not only provides consolation for the present, but an intimation and aspect of the future.In the early 1840s the French psychiatrist Moreau had begun studying the possible therapeutic applications of hashish, in the process installing himself as purveyor to the famous Club des Hachichins, an elegant coterie presided over by author and dilettante Gautier. But it fell to the well-known surgeon and republican socialist Lallemand to write the first European work to use the drug as its basic plot device. This copy is inscribed by Lallemand "A mon ami Lougian [?sp]" in his distinctive sepia ink. Some foxing, becoming loose at gutters else a good copy.

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        The Saint's Tragedy; or, the True Story of Elizabeth of Hungary . . .

      London: John W. Parker, 1848. Small 8vo, original dark blue cloth and printed paper label. Eight-page publisher's terminal catalogue. ¶ The first book by Charles Kingsley (1819-1875), Victorian novelist and controversial socialist clergyman, a life of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary (1207-1231), which Kingsley wrote, in part, to impress a woman he wished to marry. Cloth a little worn; fine copy of a book that is not rare but is difficult to obtain in collector's condition, as here. Enclosed in a chemise and quarter morocco slipcase.

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        Oeuvres complétes de Buffon avec des extraits de Daubenton et la classification de Cuvier.-

      Paris: chez Furne et Cie., 1848-1853.-6 vols. [ (4), 782 ; (4), 775 ; (4), 726 ; (4), 784 ; (4), 653 ; (4), 732 ]p.: 1 retr.: 5 mapas, 122 estampas; 26cm.-EApreciada edição das obras de Buffon, hoje um clássico da história natural, ilustrada com um retrato do autor, 5 mapas e 122 estampas em separado que figuram muitas espécies de animais. Aquelas são bonitas gravuras finamente abertas em aço, todas aguareladas á mão e de bonito efeito estético. Algumas vêm assinadas pelo desenhador (Traviés) e pelo gravador (Pardinel). O texto composto a duas colunas é muito informativo.Conjunto revestido por bonitas meias-encadernações de chagrin, da época. Folhas iniciais de alguns volumes com acidez. Conjunto estimado e atraente.

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        Junge Frau mit Federhut

      - Technik: Aquarell mit reichlicher Verwendung von Deckweiß auf Papier, auf Papier aufgezogen, stellenweise sind Entwurfslinien in Bleistift zu sehen. Beschriftung: verso in Bleistift von fremder Hand bezeichnet mit "Bruno Piglhein 1848-1894". Grösse: 34,9 x 25,7 cm (Darstellung). Zustand: Sehr guter Zustand. Das Blatt ist minmal verfärbt und gewellt. Vereinzelt sind minimale puntkförmige Verschmutzungen zu erkennen. Entlang der Kanten sind Verfärbungen und geringfügige Beschädigung durch eine ehemalige Rahmung festzustellen. Die Darstellung macht einen tadellosen Eindruck. Die Farbigkeit ist frisch erhalten. Beschreibung: Brustbild im Halbprofil einer jungen Dame mit hellblauer Bluse und einem rötlichen Hut mit extravaganten Federn. Unter dem Hut lockt sich das blonde Haar der jugnen Schönheit, die den Betrachter mit klaren hellblauen Augen anblickt. Auf der Brust der Dame liegt ein aufwendiges Schmuckstück aus Edelmetall und Glas. Zustand: Sehr guter Zustand. Das Blatt ist minmal verfärbt und gewellt. Vereinzelt sind minimale puntkförmige Verschmutzungen zu erkennen. Entlang der Kanten sind Verfärbungen und geringfügige Beschädigung durch eine ehemalige Rahmung festzustellen. Die Darstellung macht einen tadellosen Eindruck. Die Farbigkeit ist frisch erhalten.

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        The Reformer's Almanac for 1848 [and] The Reformer's Companion to the Almanacs.

      8vo., 32 + 384pp., occasional soiling and browning, 4 leaves of one issue rather cropped with loss of letters, contemporary black half calf over marbled boards, sympathetically rebacked with gilt lines and lettering.Publisher: [Wortley near Leeds: printed by Joseph Barker],Year: 1848Edition: Harrison and Thompson p.32. Goldsmiths 36009 (but issues nos. 1-6 only). Not in Stammhammer.

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        [Op. 73]. Lauda Sion für Chor und Orchester componirt für die Kirche St. Martin in Lüttich zur Feier des 11ten Juni 1846... Klavierauszug von Julius Rietz (nach der Originalpartitur) No. 1 der nachgelassenen Werke Op. 73. [Full score]

      Mainz Antwerpen und Brüssel bei B. Schott's Söhnen: [PN 9916], [1848-49]. Folio. Modern red half morocco with marbled boards, gilt titling to spine, with original publisher's red printed upper wrapper trimmed and mounted to front endpaper. 1f. (title within decorative border printed on a yellow ground), [ii] (text in three columns: Latin, German, and, with numbering and indication of performing forces, in English), 77, [i] (blank) pp. Title lithographed; text typeset; music engraved. Signature of former owner, "Ferd. ?Mesch...[illegible]," in ink to lower right corner of upper wrapper and title; additional annotations to lower edge of upper wrapper; movement numbers added in pencil in roman numerals to Latin column of text page. Some soiling and offsetting; edges browned; text leaf and first page of music dampstained; annotations to wrapper trimmed and mostly illegible; price to upper wrapper erased; professional repairs to upper outer corner of title leaf An uncut copy. First Edition. MWV A 24. Hoboken 10, 256. Krause 63. Mendelssohn Papers III, 427. The publisher's number to the title, 9917, contrasts with the actual plate number, 9916. The present edition does not include the sixth movement, a choral fugue (not published until 1996, by Carus-Verlag). Mendelssohn composed this work on commission. The Latin text, Lauda Sion Salvatorem, is the sequence for the feast of Corpus Christi, traditionally ascribed to Thomas Aquinas. While the German text is a translation, the English text, while fitting the music, is newly written and unrelated to the original; the specifically Roman Catholic liturgical text was apparently considered unacceptable.

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        Muséum d'histoire naturelle. Leçons de zoologie générale pour servir d'introduction à l'étude de l'ornithologie publiées sous les auspices d'Isidore Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire par M. Alphonse Blanc.

      Paris, Baillière, 1848. ____ Première édition. Alphonse Blanc donne un exposé des leçons - qui n'ont jamais été publiées - d'Isidore Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire au Muséum. Son travail a été revu par le professeur. La classification et les m

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Wien, 22. II. 1848.

      1848. 1 S. mit Siegelresten und Adresse verso (Faltbrief). Gr.-4to. An Müller, den langjährigen Kapellmeister am Leopoldstädter Theater und am Theater an der Wien, bekannt als Nestroys Schlagerkomponist: "Da dieser Tage mein Stück '4 Wochen in Ischl' zur Aufführung kommen wird, und heute schon die zweyte Probe war, so bitten Frau von Bekmann, und ich wegen der Instrumentirung des Liedes welches sie, nach bereits genommener Rüksprache und gänzlichem Einverständnisse mit Herrn Kapellmeister Lorzing, in 3 Acte einlegen will - und bittet selbes so schnell als möglich an Frau v. Bekman erfolgen zu lassen. - Beyliegend folgt der Paradisische Apfel in den Adam gewiß nicht gebissen hätte, o wie wäre uns Allen da so gut da wäre auch obige Posse von mir vollkommen! - ich hätte dann nicht nöthig die Tage der Angst, den Abend der Gefahr zu erleben [...]".

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        Notes of a Military Reconnoissance, from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, Including Part of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila Rivers

      Wendell and Van Benthuysen, printers 1848 - 8vo., completely rebound in brown leather with title and date in gold on spine. Essentially no wear to exterior. New eps. and tight hinges. Mild age toning and minimal scattered foxing. This volume includes the Report of J. W. Abert of His Examination of New Mexico as well as the Report of St. George Cooke of His March from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to San Diego, Upper California and the Journal of Captain A. R. Johnston, First Dragoons. This volume is complete with all plates. In a pocket at rear are two folding maps (of six), one, the map of part of the route by Col. Cooke,and a larger one of New Mexico by Abert and Peck.Both maps are in excellent condition. Lacking is the large Emory map which is frequently absent from the 1st printing and 3 other smaller ones. pp. 614. Page 468 has a printing defect which makes the upper portion difficult to read, although most of the print can be made out. This is an opportunity to secure four of the most important records of western exploration in good condition in one volume. Although lacking some maps, the other two maps are in very good condition and are difficult to obtain, and the plates are all in good shape. Howes E-145, Graff 1249, Wagner-Camp-Becker 148:2, Zamorano 80-33. 1st (House) printing, 30th congress - first session, Ex. Doc. No. 41 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Principal dutch colonies. In the Indien Seas. Java / Borneo

      Artist: Swanston GH ; issued in : London; date: 1848 - - technic: Steel engraving; colorit: colored; condition: Upper Left margin perfectly replaced; size (in cm): 45 x 31,5 - description: Map shows java and Borneo on two seperate maps with 9 representations of inhabitant and fauna / View shows river Sarawak und Town of Kuchin

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        Dombey and Son, in the Original Monthly Parts

      London: October1846 - April 1848: Bradbury and Evans. First Edition. Original Wrappers. Octavo. In the original 20 parts in 19, with 40 inserted plates by Hablot K. Brown (Phiz), who also designed the green wrappers. The present set has all the correct wrappers and collates nearly complete, according to Hatton & Cleaver, lacking only these few scarce ads: Part X: Lacks rear ads "Letts, Son & Steer" and "Gilbert's Dictionary" and in part XI, lacks the rear ad "Letts, Son & Steer." Part IX has the 4 page variant of the "Gilbert's Dictionary" ad, which we have seen in other copies. All other ads called for by Hatton & Cleaver, are present. Part XIII has the early state of the "Advertiser" with date "October, 1847" printed without error. In part XIV, page 431 has the page number present, which is the second state; page 426, line 9, the word "if" is absent (first state). Part XIX/XX has the 8 line errata and the title page erroneously shows Captain Cuttle's hook on his left hand. Part XI, page 324, in last line the word "Captain" is spelled correctly. Spines are expertly renewed on some parts. Light soiling to front wrap of part I. Plates are very good to fine. There are a couple of "firsts" in Dombey and Son. The plate "On the Dark Road" in part XVIII is the first of what became known as the "dark plates." Dombey and Son is also the first appearance of the "horizontal plates" on which the subject is rotated 90 degrees. Altogether a superior set, appealing to the eye and very nearly complete. Housed in a custom green quarter leather slipcase, with chemise. Hatton & Cleaver, pp. 227-250.

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        DEALINGS WITH THE FIRM OF DOMBEY AND SON

      Bradbury & Evans 1848 - First edition. Finely bound by Bayntun in recent full red morocco, with raised bands, gilt borders to covers and titles to spine. Gilt cartouche depicting Dickens in an oval frame to the upper cover and his signature embossed in gilt to the lower cover. All edges gilt. A fine, clean copy in a handsome binding. Thirty-nine full page steel engravings by H. K. Browne. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church..... Together with The Psalter or Psalms of David.... and the Form and Manner of Making, Ordaining, and Consecrating Bishops, Priests, and Deacons.

      London: G.E. Eyre and W. Spottiswoode 1848. 16mo. Finely bound in heavy black papier-mache boards intricately detailed in compartments with floral designs, central figure of Christ within an archway, later leather spine with title in relief; all edges gilt with gauffered decoration, coated black endpapers (with some minor marks). Generally a fine example.

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        MÜNCHEN. - Maximiliansplatz. "6. Merz. Feierliche Beeidigung des gesammten Militair's zur Staats-Verfassung, auf dem Maximilians-Platze in München." Maximiliansplatz von Norden gesehen, seitlich die Bebauung, das Militär im Karée angetreten vor dem berittenen Offizierskorps, vorne zahlreiche Zuschauer, unten Inschrift.

      - Lithographie, im Stein monogr. "R", 1848, 18,5 x 29 cm. Slg. Maillinger Bd. IV, Nr. 772; Abb. in: F.X. Vollmer, Der Traum von der Freiheit, S. 50. - Mittelbug, im breiten Rand gering stockfleckig. Lebhaft staffagierte Ansicht.

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        Universalità dei mezzi di previdenza, difesa, e salvezza per le calamità degli incendi

      1848. In 4°, pp (10), VIII, 387, (3). 19 tavole fuori testo più volte ripiegate. Esemplare in barbe in brossura editoriale. Ottimo. Francesco del Giudice, Direttore del corpo dei Vigili del Fuoco della città di Napoli, ha contribuito con quest'opera a codificare le regole fondamentali per ladifesa dagli incendi. Di grande valore documentario le tavole che riproducono fedelmente ed in scala tutte le attrezzature e le macchine che servivano a contrastare le fiamme.

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        Oeuvres complétes de Buffon avec des extraits de Daubenton et la classification de Cuvier.-

      Paris: chez Furne et Cie., 1848-1853.-6 vols. [ (4), 782 ; (4), 775 ; (4), 726 ; (4), 784 ; (4), 653 ; (4), 732 ]p.: 1 retr.: 5 mapas, 122 estampas; 26cm.-EApreciada edição das obras de Buffon, hoje um clássico da história natural, ilustrada com um retrato do autor, 5 mapas e 122 estampas em separado que figuram muitas espécies de animais. Aquelas são bonitas gravuras finamente abertas em aço, todas aguareladas á mão e de bonito efeito estético. Algumas vêm assinadas pelo desenhador (Traviés) e pelo gravador (Pardinel). O texto composto a duas colunas é muito informativo.Conjunto revestido por bonitas meias-encadernações de chagrin, da época. Folhas iniciais de alguns volumes com acidez. Conjunto estimado e atraente.

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        The Haunted Man. FIRST EDITION.

      Bradbury & Evans. 1848 Front., engr. title & illus., initial ad. leaf. Orig. horizontal-grained red cloth, blocked & lettered in gilt; spine v. sl. dulled, tiny nick at tail of following hinge. A v.g. bright copy.Smith II 9. The last of the Christmas Books, with illustrations by the ever-present Leech, as well as Stanfield and two newcomers: Frank Stone and Lewis Carroll's illustrator John Tenniel.

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        The British Colonies; Their History, Extent, Condition and Resources.

      London and New York: J. and F. Tallis, n.d., but, 1848. Eight volumes, large octavo, with numerous plates and maps, some hand-coloured; a very fine, bright set in the original red cloth, spines and front boards richly decorated in gilt. A set in particularly fine condition. First published in 1834 and extensively revised and extended over the next twenty years, Martin's comprehensive account of the British Colonies encapsulates the remarkable growth of the British Empire under Queen Victoria. A former Colonial Treasurer at Hong Kong, Martin's constantly revised and expanded book is "a work of extraordinary research, reference, and completeness" (Hocken), although it is perhaps now most notable for the fine series of highly decorative handcoloured Tallis maps that illustrate it.This set, complete in eight parts, is not recorded in Bagnall, Ferguson, or Hocken, although Ferguson's 4822a describes what we take to be a prospectus for this edition.

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        The Judges of England; With Sketches of their Lives, and Miscellaneous Notices Connected with the Courts at Westminster from the Time of the Conquest. Nine Volumes [complete]

      Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans [and] John Murray. Still the standard treatise on the English judiciary's history, in Holdsworth's words "a great work . . . throughout based on the best authorities" with over 1,500 biographies covering the course of eight centuries, from the Norman Conquest to 1864. Original brown embossed cloth, gilt, the spines lightly sunned, the occasional blemish here and there, a very little foxing; a very good clean set. Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans [and] John Murray, London, 1848-64.

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        Ether and chloroform: a compendium of their history, surgical use, dangers, and discovery

      David Clapp, Boston 1848 - 8vo, pp. [2], 27, [1]; bound with, as issued: Bigelow, Anaesthetic agents, their mode of exhibition and psychological effects [drop title]; pp.18; this the first edition in which both this article and its extention appear together; Ether and chloroform had been published previously in the Boston medical and surgical journal. Disbound, original printed pink front wrapper preserved; very good in a new clamshell box. Bigelow's championing of ether as an anesthetic led to its widespread adoption. (Garrison-Morton). Neither Garrison-Morton, nor Fulton & Stanton cite the combined publication, although a number have surfaced in the trade. See Garrison-Morton 5730 for Ether and chloroform independently issued. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Royal South Australian Almanack and General Directory for 1848.

      Adelaide: J. Stephens, 1848. Duodecimo, 126 (last blank), xxiv, xvi (advertisements), title cropped at top and bottom edges, otherwise an excellent copy in original patterned green cloth with printed paper label (rubbed) on front board. With George McEwin's "Horticultural and Botanical Sketch of the Colony" (pp. 25-30), the extensive "Mines and Mining Companies in South Australia" (pp. 40-60), and a note on the "Boundary Line of the Province" (pp. 114-117).

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        Principles of Political Economy with some of their applications to social philosophy.

      London: John W. Parker, 1848. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo (224 x 140 mm). xvi, 593 [1], [2], [4]; xv (i.e. xiii) [1],549 [1], [2] pp. Including advertisements at end of each volume. Original publisher's green cloth with blind-stamped borders and printed paper spine labels (spine slightly discoloured, boards little rubbed, corners bumped), original yellow endpapers. Paper block untrimmed, few pages crudely opened, few gatherings unopened. No foxing or spotting. A fine, unusually well preserved copy. ----Einaudi 3907; Schumpeter p. 450; Goldsmiths 35525; Kress C7500; PMM 345 (note). - The most widely read work on economics of its time. Mill followed many of the free market ideas of Adam Smith, although with a utilitarian focus. Herein can also be found a basis for environmentalism in economics and politics. John Stuart Mill (1806-1873) was an English philosopher and economist and all-round publicist. The present work became the standard for the next 50 years in the field of political economy. The first volume discusses production, the second volume distribution, the third exchange and the fourth and final volume discusses the effects of the progress of society on production and distribution. "He aimed in fact at producing a work which might replace in ordinary use the Wealth of Nations, which in his opinion was 'in many parts obsolete and in all imperfect'... His book is very far indeed from being a 'modern Adam Smith'. It is an admirably lucid, and even elegant, exposition of the Ricardian economics, the Malthusian theory being of course incorporated with these...' (Encyclopaedia Britannica). Near Fine.

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        Condon's Creek.

      Exeter: W.Spreat, 1848. Handcoloured lithograph, 180 x 235 mm. A fine Australian view by Robert Marsh Westmacott (1801-1870) from his Sketches in Australia, a series of tinted lithographic plates of Sydney and Harbour areas, mountains and southern coastal regions of New South Wales, "drawn from nature".Little is known of Westmacott, except that he was a captain in the 4th (King's Own) Regiment, and that he spent the early 1840s in Australia. His published views represent the last in the chronology of work by military or naval officers in the romantic landscape tradition of the early 19th century. Fine.

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        Sydney in 1848: Illustrated by copper-plate engravings...

      Sydney: D. Wall, 76 York Street, n.d. but, 1848. Quarto, with full page copper plate engravings throughout, owner's name "Alfred C. Johnson"; a good copy in the original pink papered boards, preserved in a blue folding quarter morocco book-form box, lettered to the spine. First edition, first issue of Australia's first work devoted to architecture, showing the Georgian heritage of Sydney at a time when it was a city of just 50,000 inhabitants: 'invaluable for the early topography of Sydney' (Ferguson).Joseph Fowles arrived in Sydney in 1838 and this is without doubt his most important work, providing remarkably detailed information on the buildings of mid-nineteenth-century Sydney. As Morton Herman puts it, 'the Sydney he records was a lovely colonial town of clean, chaste Georgian architecture. Whole streets were pleasant compositions of harmonious buildings, few of them over three stories high, all clearly designed, well mannered and an orderly delight to the eye... ' (Foreword to the facsimile edition of 1963).Published by subscription, this work consists of forty "Copperplate Engravings of the Principal Streets, Public Buildings, Churches, Chapels, Etc.". Fowles stated that its express purpose was 'to remove the erroneous and discreditable notions connected with the Colony'. It is one of the rarer Australian illustrated books whilst its importance to architectural history is without rival. No further such detailed study appeared for at least fifty years. The handful of small illustrations of printers establishments used in this list all derive from this work.This work was re issued in 1878 with the text reset, and has been reprinted many times over. This first edition is greatly enhanced by its forty fine copper-engravings produced in Sydney. It was first issued in parts (an almost impossible rarity today; we offered such a set in a recent catalogue): this is its first appearance in bookform, here in the first issue (with a sheet of reviews and advertisements, omitted from later issues, following the title-page). These illustrations were engraved by W. Harris from original drawing done by Fowles and were well received by the press as "superior to any previous attempts at representing Sydney as it really is... " (Bell's Life in Sydney).Throughout his life Fowles taught as well as practised art. He was in charge of the training and examination of art teachers for the National Board of Education from 1854 until 1867 when the board was succeeded by the Council of Education. It was largely through his efforts that drawing was being taught in every government school in New South Wales by the surprisingly early date of 1869. He was also drawing master at a number of private schools, including The King's School, Sydney Grammar, Sydney High and Camden College, as well as at the Sydney Mechanics School of Arts (lessons £1 a quarter). Boards stained and spotted.

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        Téhéran

      S.n.. Original pencil drawing heightened with watercolor on pink paper, captioned on the top right, showing a view of the cemetery and the walls of Tehran.Joseph Auguste Jules Laurens was born in Carpentras (1825-1901) was a French painter and lithographer. From 1846 to 1849, he toured Eastern Europe, Greece, Turkey and Persia as a cartoonist, as part of a scientific mission led by geographer Xavier Hommaire Hell. Despite the failure of the mission (death Hommaire Hell in Isfahan, non-payment of work), he brought hundreds of sketches (historical monuments and daily life of the inhabitants of these regions), drawings and watercolors, which will serve its business artistic. This drawing dates undoubtedly from that era. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! S.n. S.l. 1848 43x57cm (dimensions du cadre) 42,19,5cm (dimensions du dessin) une feuille sous marie-louise et cadre de bois ancien

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