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        Aussee.". Kolorierter Stahlstich von W. Knocke nach Johann Fischbach. Aus: Johann Fischbach, Malerische Ansichten von Salzburg und Ober-oesterreich.

      Salzburg, Baldi, o. Jahr (um 1850). - Nebehay-W. 173, 47. - Schöne Gesamtansicht von Bad Aussee. - Kaum fleckig oder gebräunt. - *** Matthäus TRUPPE * Stubenberggasse 7 * A-8010 GRAZ *** - Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0

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        \"Erinnerung an Cassel\". Gesamtansicht \"Cassel von Wolfsanger\" (21 x 37,5 cm), umgeben von 16 Teilansichten.

       Altkolorierte Lithographie von Tempeltei nach A. Nay bei W. Zawitz, Berlin, um 1850, 38 x 55 cm. Die Teilansichten zeigen den Friedrichsplatz, die St. Martinskirche, kurfürstliches Schloss, Orangerie-Schloss, Schauspiel- und Ständehaus, Museum, Löwenburg, Riesenschloss und Cascaden, die Station Wilhelmshöhe sowie Fontänen, Wasserfälle und den Aquädukt. - Mit schmalem Rändchen um die Einfassungslinie, an drei Seiten angerändert. - Herrlich altkoloriertes Souvenirblatt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Hessen, Souvenir-Blätter

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        \"Cassel, vom Wolfsanger aus\". Gesamtansicht (23 x 39 cm), umgeben von 12 Teilansichten.

       Lithographie mit Tonplatte von Wilhelm Pfaff nach Euler, um 1850, 42,5 x 59 cm. Die Teilansichten zeigen den Friedrichsplatz, die St. Martinskirche, kurfürstliches Schloss, Orangerie-Schloss, Löwenburg, Riesenschloss und Cascaden, die Station Wilhelmshöhe sowie Fontänen, Wasserfälle und den Aquädukt. - Zwei Einrisse bis in die Darstellung sehr fachmännisch restauriert und von vorne nicht sichtbar. - Kapitales, sehr dekoratives Souvenirblatt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Hessen, Souvenir-Blätter

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        \"Cassel\". Gesamtansicht von einem Bachlauf mit gemauerter Bogenbrücke aus gesehen, vorne Wanderer und zwei Kühe, im Hintergrund links Schloß Wilhelmshöhe.

       Lithographie mit Tonplatte, um 1850, 28 x 41 cm. Die seltene Ansicht mit ca. 5 mm Rand alt auf dunkelblaues Papier montiert und mit handschriftlichem Titel versehen. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Hessen

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        THE RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF MASTERS. A SERMON PREACHED AT THE DEDICATION OF A CHURCH, ERECTED IN CHARLESTON, S.C., FOR THE BENEFIT AND INSTRUCTION OF THE COLOURED POPULATION

      Charleston, S.C.: Walker & James, 1850. 51pp. Original printed wrappers. Wrappers somewhat soiled, with slight paper loss. Dampstaining and foxing throughout. Some further paper loss to several interior leaves, not affecting text. Vertical fold. Card attached to final leaf verso with author's gift inscription. Good. A religious and scriptural justification of slavery from a widely read South Carolina pastor. James Henley Thornwell was a Presbyterian minister in Columbia, S.C., who also served as the president of South Carolina College before the Civil War, and edited the "Southern Presyterian Review." Through the use of Christianity to justify slavery, he became known by some as the "Calhoun of the Church," and was one of the more well-known religious defenders of slavery in print. "The conservative, southern, Christian belief system was well represented in the philosophy of James Henley Thornwell. A brilliant scholar, well-loved teacher, and influential churchman, Thornwell became the acknowledged spokesman for his colleagues, producing sermons and essays respected not for the newness of the ideas so much as for the erudition, clarity, and persuasiveness of argument." - Westerkamp. The sermon contained in this pamphlet emphasizes the benevolent nature of the relationship between Christian master and slave, and asserts slavery as a religious necessity: "It is a natural evil which God has visited upon society, because man kept not his first estate, but fell, and, under the Gospel, is turned, like all other natural evils, into the means of an effective spiritual discipline." SABIN 95649. Merilyn J. Westerkamp, "James Henry Thornwell, Pro- Slavery Spokesman within a Calvinist Faith," SOUTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE, Vol. 87 No. 1, p. 49.

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        Nijmegen panorama - Pieter Caspar Christ, ca. 1850.

      GROOT PANORAMA VAN NIJMEGEN?De stad Nijmegen ? La ville de Nimegue?, lithografie op 4 bladen vervaardigd ca. 1850 door C.A. Vieweg naar een tekening van Pieter Caspar Christ. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 16 x 194 cm.De Nijmeegse kunstenaar Pieter Caspar Christ (1822 - 1888) maakte schilderijen, tekeningen en prenten van landschappen en stadsgezichten. Hij woonde en werkte aan de zuidelijke Veluwezoom (eerst in Nijmegen, daarna in Arnhem).Zijn bekendste werk is dit panorama van Nijmegen gezien vanaf het aan de overzijde van de Waal gelegen Lent.Het complete Waalfront van de stad is weergegeven. Van links naar rechts zien we de Belv?d?re toren; het Valkhofpark en de Heidense Kapel (uit de 11de-eeuw); De Veerpoort; de kantoren van de Verenigde Nijmeegse Stoomboot Maatschappijen; de Kraanpoort aan de Grotestraat; de stedelijke hijskraan waarmee schepen werden geladen en gelost, aangedreven door een tredmolen; de Sint Stevens Kerk; de Meipoort; de Sint Stevenspoort; en de haven met molen. Op de rivier zijn de gierpont, zeilschepen en raderboten nauwkeurig afgebeeld.De stedelijke verlichting bestond tot midden negentiende eeuw uitsluitend uit olielantaarns, vanaf 1850 gaat men over op straatverlichting op uit steenkolen bereid pijp-gaz. De stad barstte in die tijd uit haar voegen. Er was geen ruimte voor uitbreiding en er waren weinig middelen van bestaan terwijl het inwonertal bleef groeien. De roep om afbraak van de wallen en aansluiting op het landelijke spoorwegnet werd steeds luider. De spoorwegverbinding naar Kleef kwam er in 1865. In 1874 wordt de vesting opgeheven en er werd rigoureus gesloopt. Van de middeleeuwse wallen bleven slechts enkele stukken muur, twee bastions en de kruittoren gespaard. Het aangezicht van de stad zoals we dat hier zien, verandert dan sterk.Prijs: ?6.500,- (incl. lijst).

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        The Scarlet Letter, A Romance

      Boston: Ticknor, Reed and Fields, 1850. First edition, first issue, of Hawthorne's historical romance, one of 2500 copies published in March 1850. In his opening essay, "The Custom-House," Hawthorne invokes the "persecuting spirit" of his Puritan ancestors, and imagines a tightly plotted revenge fantasy set in the wilderness of seventeenth-century Massachusetts: "By thy first step awry, thou didst plant the germ of evil; but, since that moment, it has all been a dark necessity." Hester Prynne on the scaffold, branded with her scarlet A, remains one of the immediately recognizable icons of American literature. When Hawthorne read the final chapter aloud to his wife Sophia, he reported: "It broke her heart and sent her to bed with a grievous headache - which I look upon as triumphant success!" He was pessimistic, however, about the novel's prospective sales, and was taken aback when The Scarlet Letter exhausted its first print run in only ten days. The publishers had already redistributed much of the original type, and had to reset the final third of the book for the second edition, which appeared in April. BAL 7600. A near-fine unrestored copy of an American classic, with all first issue points, much brighter than usually found. Octavo: 1-4, i-iv, 1-322, [3]. Original blind-stamped brown cloth, spine lettered in gilt, cream endpapers. Four pages of publisher's advertisements dated March 1, 1850, inserted before title page. Title printed in black and red. Offsetting from bookmark to pages 8 and 9, lightest edgewear and spotting to binding. Housed in a custom clamshell box.

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        Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie with forty-five ,engravings on wood [Fine Binding]

      Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1850. Small 4to. Tooled red morocco with floral motifs, aeg. [viii][, 102 and 2 pages of ads. Binding skillfully repaired with elegant endpapers. First illustrated edition. Art nouveau bookplate of Charles Walker Andrews. Provenance: from the collection of Charles Walker Andrews (1861-1946) an attorney in Syracuse, whose father Charles Andrews (1827-1918) was the Chief Judge of the New York State Court of Appeals.

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        History of the United States of America, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. Mvolumes I,II, IV, and V.

      J. & F. Tallis, London, Edinburgh and Dublin 1850 - Four volumes of this fragile and beautiful history of the United States. Volume I : 288pp., plus 9 leaves of engraved plates and three two-page handcolored maps. Volume III: pp. 577-864pp., plus eight engravings and two 2-page hand-colored pictorial maps. Volume IV: pp.865-944, and 1-208 (Topography of the United States) plus 12ff. plates. Volume V: pp. 209-495 plus ten plates and one pictorial two-page hand-colored map. Handsomely bound in navy-blue publisher's cloth, with elaborate pictorial gilt-stamping to spine and boards. The flaws: Most plates are lightly foxed; Wear to extremities, including small chips and tears to heads and tails of spines; inner front hinge of Volume III cracked, resulting in ffep and fp being detached; Volume I shows a light, small dampstain to edge of rear endpapers and a half-inch chip to spine head, plus small abraded area to back; Volume IV has cracked inner hinge and detached, torn endpaper and detached fp; Volume Valso shows cracked inner hinges and missing rear free endpaper. On the whole a handsome set, bright and shiny, very good to near fine. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The British Colonies: Their History, Extent, Condition and Resources

      J. and F. Tallis, London and New York 1850 - 4to(12"tall)red cloth with gilt decoration and titles. Nine of ten volumes. Missing number 9. All maps accounted for except Volume 5 has 3, not 4. All good but with some tears to cloth of backstrip to three and some heavy wear to top and bottom of backstrips. Volume One has tape over the backstrip and Volume 7 has stain to 1/5 of lower edge affecting the maps. SCARCE. **NOTE: A large and heavy set that will require extra packing and postage.** [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Harlot's Progress

      Ernst Ludwig Riepenhausen 1850 - Six engravings. Image 6.5 x 8.5". Sheet measures 10.5 x 14.75" Determined to prove that eighteenth-century society could witness tragedy and moral catharsis in their own time and city, rather than only in paintings of Ancient Greece or the New Testament, William Hogarth created this modern moral series about a naïve young woman who is seduced into prostitution and suffers the terrible consequences for her transgressions. Throughout the series, Hogarth meant to highlight the many temptations and hypocrisies prevalent in urban life. No one is without blame, neither the protagonist nor the city and religious authorities who are in charge of regulating crime and sin, and therefore, all of these figures appear and are critiqued in Hogarth's renowned satire. In the first plate, young Moll Hackabout has recently arrived from the country and is immediately praised for her fresh beauty by a prosperous-looking matron. Unfortunately for her, the matron is Mother Needham, a notorious bawd in eighteenth-century London. Moll's prospective fallen virtue is foreshadowed by the minister's horse knocking over some buckets as two men--a rake and a pimp--watch the scene. The second plate shows Moll as a pampered courtesan and mistress to a wealthy Jewish merchant. Unbeknownst to Moll's benefactor, her lover is sneaking out the backdoor struggling to carry his sword and clothing. Moll attempts to distract the merchant by knocking over the table sending the tea-set crashing to the floor. In the third plate, Moll now works as a common prostitute in Convent Garden. All around the room are scattered souvenirs of Moll's various lovers, which include a wig box above Moll's bed belonging to James Dalton, a well-known highwayman who was eventually hanged in 1730. In the background, Justice John Gonson, a social reformer and famous raider of disorderly houses, enters with his bailiffs to arrest Moll for prostitution. During the time that "A Harlot's Progress" was published, there was a new civil enthusiasm for cracking down on prostitution and here, Hogarth mocks the inept system which did not prevent Moll's seduction but still punishes her for her misdeeds. The fourth plate finds Moll in prison, forced to beat hemp for rope-making. Another woman fondles Moll's fabric and winks at the viewer while Moll also gazes at us in despair. Many of the other prisoners have been incarcerated for prostitution and debt.The fifth print finds Moll released from prison and now dying of syphilis in a dingy room beside her young son. All seems lost as her physicians dumbly argue over their prescriptions while Moll's attendant attempts to protect her from any more of their purgative treatments. In the final plate of the series, all of Moll's "friends" gather around her coffin. However, most of the mourners are more preoccupied with themselves or each other than with their friend's unfortunate passing. Here, Hogarth gives the viewer little comfort, as a young prostitute looks upon Moll in her casket in a clear allusion to her own fate. The series was first displayed as oil on canvas and later engraved by Hogarth for wider publication in 1732. This edition is after Hogarth and engraved by Ernst Ludwig Riepenhausen circa 1850 for a German collection of Hogarth's works, "Erklärung Hogarthischen." Although the prints are stained and foxed, this wear still doesn't distract from the beautiful quality of the engraving of the Riepenhausen edition. William Hogarth (1697-1764) is considered by many scholars and print enthusiasts as the grandfather of English graphic satire, but he was also an accomplished oil painter, portraitist, engraver, and draughtsman. Hogarth mastered the art of depicting human nature and all of its hypocrisies in society with graphic satire. The universality of his humor and the all-too-human characters featured in his works make Hogarth's satires remarkable. This print represents the epitome of Hogarth's skills as an artist and as a conscientious observer of hu

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        Public Squares, Parks, and Places in the City of New York

      D.T. Valentine, 1850. unbound. Map. Lithograph. Image measures 8 3/4 x 21 7/8" This map, compiled by Francis Nicholson in 1838, assembles 17 squares, parks, and public places in New York onto a single sheet. Locations include Battery, Bowling Green, Duane Park, The Park [at City Hall], Hudson Square, Five Point Park, Abingdon Square, Washington Square, Tompkins Square, Union Place, Stuyvesant Square, Bloomingdale Square, Gramercy Park, Madison Square, Hamilton Square, Manhattan Square, Observatory Place and Mount Morris. Each map shows the layout of the surrounding streets ad give's the place's dimensions and acreage. This edition of the map was lithographed by H.A. Robinson in the mid 19th-century and published in the 1850 edition of the "Manual of The Corporation of the City of New York." It is in good condition with minor browning at the folds. The left outside margin is incomplete but does not interfere with the image. D.T. Valentine (1801-1869) served as the Deputy to the Clerk of the Common Council for thirty-seven years and began publishing the Manuals in 1841. The Manuals were directories of extensive historical and contemporary records of New York, richly illustrated with maps, lithographs, and engravings. This unusual yet charming maps serves as a reminder of the rapid taming of nature that accompanied New York's 19th century industrialization and development.

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        The Harvest Home. A Romance

      Printed and Published by E. Lloyd, London 1850 - Bound from 51 penny parts. Illustrated with 51 wood-engravings to text. [ii], 406 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Ono 210; James & Smith 487; Summers, p. 348; Medcraft 181 (1852 ed. in 42 pts.) Nineteenth-century three-quarter tan morocco and boards. Contemporary owner's signature excised from top edge of title page, a few small paper repairs, else near fine Illustrated with 51 wood-engravings to text. [ii], 406 pp. 1 vols. 8vo

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        Gesamtansicht, mit Blick in die Umgebung, im Vgr. eine Gruppe von Personen ( keine Studenten!) an einem Tisch beim Bier- und Weintrinken.

      - Lithographie v. Emil Hochdanz, um 1850, 31 x 42 Selten! - Das Blatt im Stein sign. allerdings nicht einwandfrei lesbar. Das Blatt allseitig knapprandig und ohne Legende.

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        Five Years of A Hunter's Life in the Far Interior of South Africa.

      Harper & Brothers, New York 1850 - After a military career, Cumming took to Africa, where he hunted springbok, gemsbok, oryx, wildebeest, roan, kudu, buffalo, rhinoceros, eland, elephants, lions & hippopotami; also encountering Dr. Livingstone, with, we presume, no shots fired. "One of the classics of African big game hunting and exploration.a necessary title in the big game library." (Czech, page 43) Two volume set, hardcover, original blue cloth, gilt titling. Light wear, corners bumped; small insect holes in the outer hinges; some foxing & minor staining inside. Text clean; 326, 303 pages + 8 pages publishers ads; illustrated half-titles. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Trattati complessivi della Scuola Fisiocratica (Quesnay, Mercier de La Rivire, Turgot, Dupont de Nemours, Baudeau, Le Trosne). Preceduti da un Ragguaglio storico e seguiti da un Discorso critico sulla dottrina de' Fisiocrati del Prof. Francesco Ferrara

      Cugini Pomba e comp., Torino 1850 - XCIV + 863 + (1) p. in-8

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        COLLECTION DE VUES DE PARIS PRISES AU DAGUERREOTYPES. Gravures en Taille Douce sur Acier par Chamouin.

      Paris: Dutot Editeur, No date (circa 1850s). Paris: Dutot Editeur. No date (circa 1850s). y First edition. Boards. Very good. Oblong folio. Unpaginated. Engraved title page. Illustrated with 25 engraved plates (most with a tissue guard). Some soiling and foxing. Modern plain calf spine over the original patterned paper covered boards, front cover stamped in gilt.

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        Rapport sur les ètudes du chemin de fer de Chambery à Turin et de la machine proposée pour exécuter le Tunnel des Alpes entre Modane et Bardonnéche par le Chevalier Henri Maus Inspecteur Honoraire du Génie Civil et Rapport rédigé au nom de la Commission chargée de l'examen de ces études par M. Le Chevalier Pierre Paleocapa...

      1850. Turin, Imprimerie Royale, 1850. In folio piccolo (cm. 31,4); mezza tela coeva; pp. 56 + una grande carta generale delle strade ferrate eseguite e progettate a nord e a sud della catena delle Alpi (cm. 60x90 circa); altra carta ripiegata (cm. 60x90): Chemin de fer Chambery à Turin section de Modane a Suse + 7 carte ripiegate (cm. 30,5x46): Entrata nord della Galleria delle Alpi, Entrata Sud, Edifizio delle ruote idrauliche, Officina di riparazione, Macchinata destinata per il traforo... Axs

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        MEMORIA DA EXPEDIÇÃO A CASSANGE

      - COMMANDADA PELO MAJOR GRADUADO Francisco de Salles Ferreira. EM 1850. ESCRIPTA PELO CAPITÃO MOVEL D?AMBRIR ? Na Imprensa Silviana. 1854. De 22x14 cm. com 129 págs. Encadernação com lombada e cantos em pele. Preserva as capas de brochura. Primeira e única edição muito rara. Inocêncio tem a data de edição errada. Fonte muito importante para o estudo da etnologia, da antropologia, da história de Angola e da presença dos portugueses neste território durante o século XIX. Relatório da expedição militar a Cassange, que partiu de Pungo-andongo em 28 de Novembro de 1850 para restaurar os direitos de Portugal e punir a revolta do Jaga Cassange Pascoal Machado, que entretanto tinha assassinado o novo Jaga imposto pelas autoridades portuguesas e várias outras pessoas. A expedição voltou ao ponto de partida em 13 de Abril de 1851, tendo destruído acampamentos dos rebeldes, provocado numerosas baixas, apoiado a escolha de outro Jaga fiel a Portugal e aprisionado apoiantes e familiares do chefe rebelde, que, no entanto, conseguiu fugir e voltaria a provocar graves incidentes logo no ano seguinte. A obra inclui um prólogo em que o autor revela que a sua motivação para publicar o presente trabalho foi ter lido um artigo no Nº 2878 de A Revolução de Setembro, de 22 de Outubro de 1851, com grandes imprecisões, que julga ser seu dever corrigir. Segue-se a Memória propiamente dita até à página 67 e o Diário até à página 95, que descreve a perseguição ao rebelde em fuga, executada pelo autor no comando da sua divisão, que para esse fim se separou do corpo principal. Inclui uma história dos Cassanges, recolhida de tradições orais, minuciosas descrições dos seus costumes, das cerimónias pelo falecimento e eleição dos chefes e a cerimónia do baptizado do novo Jaga e dos seus nobres. René Pélissier. História das Campanhas de Angola. Vol. 1. páginas 110, 111, 112 Inocêncio, I. 299. ANTONIO RODRIGUES NEVES, que no frontispicio do opusculo seguinte se intitula Capitão movel no presidio de Ambriz. - Nada mais sei de suas circumstancias individuaes. - E 3131) Memoria da expedição a Cassange, commandada pelo major graduado Francisco de Sales Ferreira em 1850. Lisboa, na Imp. Silviana 1851. 8.º gr. de 129 pag. Location/localizacao: 3-A5-D-21

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        Recherches sur l'Agriculture et l'Horticulture des Chinois ...

      Paris: Allouard et Kaeppelin, 1850. First Edition.. orig. printed wrappers.. A good copy with some light foxing and wear to the wrappers.. 8vo. There is one plate. An analysis of agriculture and horticulture of China based on the great 18th century Chinese encyclopaedia of agriculture and botanical science. In addition the author has embraced the idea and project of introducing various Chinese plants into Europe and Northern Africa for cultivation. The introduction to the text offers a brief history of oriental studies in France. The text is supplemented with translated excerpts from the encyclopaedia that serve as a guide to the whole book.

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        Paris Et Ses Environs

      Paris: Lemercier, 1850. Hardcover. Orig. dark red cloth, front cover lettered in gilt. Very good. Landscape 4to, 17 x 25 cm. Thirty hand-finished color lithographs with tissue guards printed recto only. Landmark Paris sites --Le Palais Royal, Place Vendome, L'Arc de Triomphe de L'Etoile, Hotel de Ville, Place de la Concorde, Boulevard des Capucines et Grand Hotel, Lac du Bois de Boulogne et al. Front hinge cracked but firm, small dark spot front cover, plates clean and bright.

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        A Harlot's Progress

      Ernst Ludwig Riepenhausen, 1850. Six engravings. Image 6.5 x 8.5". Sheet measures 10.5 x 14.75". Determined to prove that eighteenth-century society could witness tragedy and moral catharsis in their own time and city, rather than only in paintings of Ancient Greece or the New Testament, William Hogarth created this modern moral series about a naïve young woman who is seduced into prostitution and suffers the terrible consequences for her transgressions. Throughout the series, Hogarth meant to highlight the many temptations and hypocrisies prevalent in urban life. No one is without blame, neither the protagonist nor the city and religious authorities who are in charge of regulating crime and sin, and therefore, all of these figures appear and are critiqued in Hogarth's renowned satire.In the first plate, young Moll Hackabout has recently arrived from the country and is immediately praised for her fresh beauty by a prosperous-looking matron. Unfortunately for her, the matron is Mother Needham, a notorious bawd in eighteenth-century London. Moll's prospective fallen virtue is foreshadowed by the minister's horse knocking over some buckets as two men--a rake and a pimp--watch the scene. The second plate shows Moll as a pampered courtesan and mistress to a wealthy Jewish merchant. Unbeknownst to Moll's benefactor, her lover is sneaking out the backdoor struggling to carry his sword and clothing. Moll attempts to distract the merchant by knocking over the table sending the tea-set crashing to the floor. In the third plate, Moll now works as a common prostitute in Convent Garden. All around the room are scattered souvenirs of Moll's various lovers, which include a wig box above Moll's bed belonging to James Dalton, a well-known highwayman who was eventually hanged in 1730. In the background, Justice John Gonson, a social reformer and famous raider of disorderly houses, enters with his bailiffs to arrest Moll for prostitution. During the time that "A Harlot's Progress" was published, there was a new civil enthusiasm for cracking down on prostitution and here, Hogarth mocks the inept system which did not prevent Moll's seduction but still punishes her for her misdeeds. The fourth plate finds Moll in prison, forced to beat hemp for rope-making. Another woman fondles Moll's fabric and winks at the viewer while Moll also gazes at us in despair. Many of the other prisoners have been incarcerated for prostitution and debt.The fifth print finds Moll released from prison and now dying of syphilis in a dingy room beside her young son. All seems lost as her physicians dumbly argue over their prescriptions while Moll's attendant attempts to protect her from any more of their purgative treatments. In the final plate of the series, all of Moll's "friends" gather around her coffin. However, most of the mourners are more preoccupied with themselves or each other than with their friend's unfortunate passing. Here, Hogarth gives the viewer little comfort, as a young prostitute looks upon Moll in her casket in a clear allusion to her own fate. The series was first displayed as oil on canvas and later engraved by Hogarth for wider publication in 1732. This edition is after Hogarth and engraved by Ernst Ludwig Riepenhausen circa 1850 for a German collection of Hogarth's works, "Erklärung Hogarthischen." Although the prints are stained and foxed, this wear still doesn't distract from the beautiful quality of the engraving of the Riepenhausen edition. William Hogarth (1697-1764) is considered by many scholars and print enthusiasts as the grandfather of English graphic satire, but he was also an accomplished oil painter, portraitist, engraver, and draughtsman. Hogarth mastered the art of depicting human nature and all of its hypocrisies in society with graphic satire. The universality of his humor and the all-too-human characters featured in his works make Hogarth's satires remarkable. This print represents the epitome of Hogarth's skills as an artist and as a conscientious observer of humanity.

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        A Narrative of the Peninsular War

      John Hearne, London 1850 - Octavo, 451pp., illustrated. A very good copy in the original 3/4 brown calf and marbled boards, recently rebacked in matching brown calf. Marbled edges. Some wear to the edges of the boards. Contents quite tight and clean. 20 engravings and a fold-out map with errata slip (typically found opposite the title page, the map has been re-bound into the verso of the first page of Chapter 1). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Cleveland Book Company]
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        Die Aeronautik früher und jetzt, nebst theoretischen und practischen Vorschlägen zu einer vervollkommneteren Luftschiffahrtskunst und Benutzung des Luftballs für technische und industrielle Zwecke. VIII, 190 S., 1 Bl. Mit 1 mehrfach gefalt. lith. Tafel. Neuer Kleisterpapierpappbd.

      Altona, Schlüter, 1850. - Seltene einzige Ausgabe. Vorträge, die im Winter 1849/50 im Altonaer Bürgerverein gehalten wurden. Sie enthalten historische Exkurse, vor allem über die Ballonfahrten von Charles und Robert, ferner den Bericht über einen eigenen Ballonaufstieg im Jahr 1849, technische Ausführungen über Höhenmessungen mit dem Barometer und über Steinkohlengas zur Füllung von Aerostaten, um schließlich "Luftreisen nach Amerika" zu ermöglichen. Dieses Thema wird ausführlich und visionär erörtert. Heinrich Zeise (1793-1863) war Apotheker und befasste sich mit diversen naturwissenschaftlichen Fragen; u. a. bemühte er sich um die Einführung der Gasbeleuchtung in Altona. – Etwas gebräunt, teils leicht stockfleckig bzw. schwach wasserrandig. Vereinzelt Buntstiftanstreichungen, insgesamt gutes Exemplar. – Brockett 13154. Hein/Schwarz 771. Slg von Brug 190. Vgl. Schröder 4541 Anm.

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        A NEW UNIVERSAL ATLAS CONTAINING MAPS OF THE VARIOUS EMPIRES, KINGDOMS, STATES AND REPUBLICS OF THE WORLD, EACH WITH A SPECIAL MAP OF EACH OF THE UNITED STATES, PLANS OF CITIES, ETC.

      Philadelphia: S. Augustus Mitchell, 1850. Folio atlas. Title page with vignette, a hand-colored frontispiece with "Lengths of the Principal Rivers of the World" and "Heights of the Principal Mountains". Followed by 72 leaves of hand-colored lithographic maps and city plans: "With a special map of each of the United States, plans of cities &c., Comprehended in seventy sheets and forming a series of One Hundred and Seventeen Maps, Plans and Sections". While this is indeed a "Universal Atlas", the emphasis is on the United States. Precedes the Cowperthwait imprint of the same year. A neatly rebacked copy; marbled boards with leather title onlay.

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        Le Printemps. The Spring. / L' Ete. Summer. / L' Automne. Il Autunno. / L'Hiver. Winter.

      Artist: Dubreuil ; issued in : Paris; date: 1850 - - technic: Lithography; colorit: original colored; condition: browning; size (in cm): 23,5 x 29,5 - description: Decorative set of the 4 seasons with figurative scenes. Such as harvest and Ice scating.

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        Carte routière et vicinale de l'arrondissement de Lodève dressée sous l'administration de Monsieur Balland, Préfet de l'Hérault, de Monsieur Alazard sous Préfet par Blanc, Agent Voyer ordinaire et Duviol, Agent Voyer conducteur, dessinateur

      - Vers 1850. Superbe carte monumentale entoilée manuscrite, encre et aquarelle, de 6 feuilles mesurant en totalité 1, 20 mêtre sur 1,32 mètre. Chaque feuille de 60 x 44 cm. L'ensemble replié dans un étui cartonné, titre sur une vignette contrecollée. Echelle de 23 dix millième de mètres pour 100 mètres. On notera une grande précision dans le dessin quant aux chemins vicinaux, à l'habitat, aux noms des Hameaux, Mas, Lieux dits, Riviéres ou Ruisseaux, Moulins ou Usines, Auberges, Relais de Poste, Eglises, Ponts, Ruines, Bergeries avec noms des propriétaires etc. Etui un peu frotté, vignette contrecollée tachée. Très bel état de la carte. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HONEST GABRIEL : or, The reward of Perseverance

      Perkinpine & Higgins, Philadelphia - 216 pages to this rare title by the early 19th century author noted for her Swedish translations, including Hans Christian Anderson, in addition to the classic SPIDER AND THE FLY as well as 40+ other original woks. This title is missing from all the bibliographies we have seen of her works. undated, it is circa 1850. A charming tale of a woodsman's son in rural England. An apparent First, without ads at rear. . Moderate shelfwear with some rubbing/spotting to emerald green cloth covers, with light corner bumping. Spine tips have thin bands of fraying. Pastedown inscribed "1882 Ebenezer SS No 40" . Very light dampstain on bottom, most notable at bottom of one engraved plate. Scattered minor small foxing/spotting, with occasional corner creases. Please see or request pics or additional information. Size: 16mo - 5¾" - 6¾" Tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Manuscript Articles of Agreement, Linden (or Lincoln?) May 11th, 1850

      1850. handwritten. Very Good. Manuscript. quarto, one page docketed in ink on verso, sixteen lines on light blue sheet of paper. Old creases and folds, few ink smears, else a very good clean copy. Articles of agreement between Christian and Jones: "Wherein the said Christian agrees to furnish team and hall [sic] the outfitt [sic] to California for the said Jones Wilson W. Jones and Wilson P. Jones. The said Jones agrees that himself and W. W. Jones and W. P. Jones will do their proportionall [sic] part of the labor while on the journey and the said Marvel Jones further agrees to pay the said Christain the sum of three hundred and twenty five dollars when they arrive in California.." Rare contract for transport on the overland journey to California during the second summer of the Gold Rush. The document suggests that Linden, possibly in Indiana, is the origin of the document, however it is more likely that a Missouri point would be the more likely starting point for the journey, perhaps Lincoln, Missouri.

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        Manuscript, Signed of "Children's Hymn for Independence 1850...(Old Hundred)" Fair Copy

      Medford, [Mass.], 1850. 5 quatrains. 1-1/2 pp. 8vo. Fine. 5 quatrains. 1-1/2 pp. 8vo. An anti-slavery hymn for freedom for Children by J.P. Morgan's abolitionist maternal grandfather.With pencil note beneath the poem saying this copy was used at Faneuil Hall July 4th 1850.Pierpont was an important influence on reform-minded antebellum poets. Along with John Greenleaf Whittier's verse, Pierpont's poems were frequently recited at public antislavery meetings. Oliver Johnson, a leading antislavery publisher and Garrison associate, published Pierpont's Anti-Slavery Poems in 1843. The collection contains poems that had appeared mostly in the poetry columns of The Liberator and The National Anti-Slavery Standard. Pierpont's writings were also anthologized widely in antislavery poetry collections, such as William Allen's Autographs of Freedom (1853).

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        Geologische Skizze.

      Braunschweig 1850 - \\\\\\\"Frederick Adolphus Wislizenus, M.D., last heard of in 1840, headed for Chihuahua in 1846, and after being exiled for six months joined Doniphan\\\\\\\'s expedition on its trip home. In 1848, the Senate published his \\\\\\\'Memoir of a tour to Northern Mexico\\\\\\\'. [.] \\\\\\\'Geological Sketch\\\\\\\' .recalls[s] the author\\\\\\\'s route from Independence to Santa Fe, thence to Paso del Norte and Chihuahua, and home by way of Saltillo, Monterrey and the Rio Grande at Reynosa. It has legends [concerning] various rocks along the way. [.] A German edition, with the same maps (titles translated) was published at Braunschweig in 1850, the text having been translated by George M. Von Ross.\\\\\\\" (Wheat, vol 3, 10), Size : 305x270 (mm), 12x10.625 (Inches), Hand Colored in Outline, 0 Very Good, lower left margin has been extended.

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        SPLENDID DAGUERREOTYPE MINIATURES, TAKEN IN EVERY STYLE, BY E.S. HAYDEN.HIS MINIATURES ARE WARRANTED NOT TO BE SURPASSED BY ANY, FOR THEIR RICHNESS OF TONE AND LIFE-LIKE APPEARANCE.[caption title and text].

      Waterbury, Ct.: American Office, [ca. ]. 1850 - Broadside, 12 x 10 inches. Printed decorative border. Two tiny chips in right border. Very good. A handsome, boldly printed broadside announcing the limited-time services of daguerreotypist E.S. Hayden. Spaces for town and location of rooms are left blank. A nice display piece, utilizing a variety of typefaces. OCLC locates only four copies, at the Connecticut Historical Society, New York Historical Society, Harvard, and SMU. OCLC 19697373.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        SPLENDID DAGUERREOTYPE MINIATURES, TAKEN IN EVERY STYLE, BY E.S. HAYDEN...HIS MINIATURES ARE WARRANTED NOT TO BE SURPASSED BY ANY, FOR THEIR RICHNESS OF TONE AND LIFE- LIKE APPEARANCE...[caption title and text]

      Waterbury, Ct.: American Office, 1850. Broadside, 12 x 10 inches. Printed decorative border. Two tiny chips in right border. Very good. A handsome, boldly printed broadside announcing the limited-time services of daguerreotypist E.S. Hayden. Spaces for town and location of rooms are left blank. A nice display piece, utilizing a variety of typefaces. OCLC locates only four copies, at the Connecticut Historical Society, New York Historical Society, Harvard, and SMU. OCLC 19697373.

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        Manual of the Corporation of the City of New York for 1850

      New York: McSpedon & Baker. 1850. First. First edition. Publisher's pale green cloth stamped in blind and gilt. 552pp. Illustrated with duotones, color plates, and engravings. Many foldout maps and facsimiles. One map detached but present, a couple of small repairs to folding plates, light stain on rear board, else a nice, very good or better copy. Two bookplates (one reads: "Bequeathed to Robert Sterling Clark by his father Alfred Corning Clark 1896"), and a gift inscription. Alfred Corning Clark, the son of the founder of the Singer Sewing Machine Company, built the first gymnasium in Cooperstown, New York, on the site of what is now the Baseball Hall of Fame. His son Robert, withdrew from the business and donated or sold his holdings in Cooperstown, becoming a noted art collector. .

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        Schrecklicher Kinder- u Selbstmord, Zu Holzkirchen am 25ten Februar...

      , 1850. 1850. Lurid German Broadside Commemorating a Mother Who Killed Her Children, then Committed Suicide [Broadside] [Murder/Suicide]. [Bavaria, Germany]. Schrecklicher Kinder- u. Selbstmord, Zu Holzkirchen am 25ten Februar 1850. [Holzkirchen, Germany], 1850. 10" x 8-1/4" broadside. Verse text in two columns divided by vertical black rule, large woodcut vignette of murder scene below large woodcut title. Light toning and minor edgewear, otherwise fine. * Using a kitchen knife, a distraught mother killed her two children, one 6 months old, the other 4. She then stabbed herself fatally. The bodies were found in the woods near Holzkirchen, a small city in Upper Bavaria. The text recounts the event without any explanation of the mother's motive. It is simply "a terrible child-murder and suicide." Pfister, who recorded this broadside, identifies the woman, Therese Pitzer, a schoolteacher in Holzkirchen. Pfister, Kunstsammlung Pfister Munchen: Verzeichniss einer Collection Monacensia, Bavarica u.A II:3253.

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        Grundelsee bei Aussee.". Tonlithographie von Alexander Kaiser nach Carl v. Kratzer. Gedruckt bei J. Höfelich. Aus: Große Serie der Ansichten und Landschaften aus Österreich.

      Wien, Paterno, (ca. 1850). - Nebehay-W. 476, 27. - Die Aufnahme der Tonlithographie von Alexander Kaiser ("Unter den Wiener Lithographen der ersten Periode dieser Kunsttechnik nimmt er eine hervorragende Stelle ein" Josef Wastler) zeigt den Blick über den Grundlsee zum südwestlichen Rand des Toten Gebirges mit dem Backenstein, dem Grundlseer Hausberg. - *** Matthäus TRUPPE * Stubenberggasse 7 * A-8010 GRAZ *** - Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0

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        Oesterreichischer Heldensaal.

      Wien, Paterno, ca. 1850. - Bildliche Darstellung der Tapferkeit und des Muthes oesterreichischer Krieger. Mit 12 kolorierten lithographischen Tafeln lose in Originalumschlag, 37 x 55 cm, Umschlag mit Randläsuren, angestaubt und teils knitterig, die Tafeln teils angestaubt und stockfleckig. Die Tafeln zeigen Ereignisse der Aufstände 1848/49 gegen die Herrschaft der Habsburger in Norditalien, Ungarn und Galizien. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nijmegen panorama - Pieter Caspar Christ, ca. 1850.

      GROOT PANORAMA VAN NIJMEGEN?De stad Nijmegen ? La ville de Nimegue?, lithografie op 4 bladen vervaardigd ca. 1850 door C.A. Vieweg naar een tekening van Pieter Caspar Christ. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 16 x 194 cm.De Nijmeegse kunstenaar Pieter Caspar Christ (1822 - 1888) maakte schilderijen, tekeningen en prenten van landschappen en stadsgezichten. Hij woonde en werkte aan de zuidelijke Veluwezoom (eerst in Nijmegen, daarna in Arnhem).Zijn bekendste werk is dit panorama van Nijmegen gezien vanaf het aan de overzijde van de Waal gelegen Lent.Het complete Waalfront van de stad is weergegeven. Van links naar rechts zien we de Belv?d?re toren; het Valkhofpark en de Heidense Kapel (uit de 11de-eeuw); De Veerpoort; de kantoren van de Verenigde Nijmeegse Stoomboot Maatschappijen; de Kraanpoort aan de Grotestraat; de stedelijke hijskraan waarmee schepen werden geladen en gelost, aangedreven door een tredmolen; de Sint Stevens Kerk; de Meipoort; de Sint Stevenspoort; en de haven met molen. Op de rivier zijn de gierpont, zeilschepen en raderboten nauwkeurig afgebeeld.De stedelijke verlichting bestond tot midden negentiende eeuw uitsluitend uit olielantaarns, vanaf 1850 gaat men over op straatverlichting op uit steenkolen bereid pijp-gaz. De stad barstte in die tijd uit haar voegen. Er was geen ruimte voor uitbreiding en er waren weinig middelen van bestaan terwijl het inwonertal bleef groeien. De roep om afbraak van de wallen en aansluiting op het landelijke spoorwegnet werd steeds luider. De spoorwegverbinding naar Kleef kwam er in 1865. In 1874 wordt de vesting opgeheven en er werd rigoureus gesloopt. Van de middeleeuwse wallen bleven slechts enkele stukken muur, twee bastions en de kruittoren gespaard. Het aangezicht van de stad zoals we dat hier zien, verandert dan sterk.Prijs: ?6.500,- (incl. lijst).

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        Rotterdam, Oude Haven - Sabatier, ca. 1850.

      DE OUDE HAVEN TE ROTTERDAM.?Rotterdam Le Port?. Lithografie gemaakt door L?on Jean-Babtiste Sabatier, uitgegeven rond 1850 door Jacomme voor Bulla & Jouy te Parijs, Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 39,5 x 57 cm.Rond 1850 heeft Rotterdam nog de kenmerkende driehoeksvorm, die begrensd wordt door de vestinggrachten aan Coolsingel en Goudsesingel en door de Maas.Rotterdam is een kleine maar aardige stad, die op menige buitenstaander indruk maakt. Het welgestelde deel van de Rotterdammers woont bezuiden de Hoogstraat, waar de havens zijn. In dit buitendijkse deel van Rotterdam, de ?Waterstad? (op de prent links), houden eb en vloed de grachten schoon. In het binnendijkse deel van de stadsdriehoek, benoorden de Hoogstraat, wonen dichtopeengepakt de arbeiders die in de haven en de industrie werken. Dit overbevolkte deel van de stad stinkt omdat menselijk en dierlijk afval (illegaal) in het nagenoeg stilstaande water in sloten en grachten wordt gestort.Halverwege de negentiende eeuw veranderde het karakter van de Rotterdamse haven. Lange tijd had het accent gelegen op de zogeheten ?eigenhandel?: handelaren kochten goederen in, sloegen die op in pakhuizen en verkochten ze weer. Rond 1850 werd de ?transitohandel? belangrijker: de klanten in het (veelal Duitse) achterland kochten hun handelswaar direct bij de producent en lieten ze in Rotterdam, eventueel na bewerking, alleen nog maar overslaan op binnenvaartschepen.Op de prent zien we in de Oude Haven, tussen Geldersche kaai en Spaansche kaai, zee- en binnenvaartschepen in de weer. In de verte torent de Laurenskerk.L?on Jean-Babtiste Sabatier (? - 1887) was een Franse schilder, graveur en tekenaar die meerdere schilderachtige stadsgezichten maakte. Hij exposeerde in de Salon te Parijs van 1827 tot 1870 en kreeg een bronzen medaille in 1839. Een ander stadsgezicht gemaakt door Sabatier vindt u hier.Prijs: ?2.250,- (incl. lijst).

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        Théâtre Akademique der rühmlichst bekannten Geschwister Bäse, verbunden mit der weltberühmten Somnambüle, Nachfolgerin der Madame Lenormand, welche auf ihrer Durchreise, während ihres Hierseins einige Vorstellungen geben wird. (.) Die berühmte Somnambüle, Nachfolgerin der Mad. Lenormand, welche durch magnetischen Schlaf die Kunst besitzt, das Glück des Menschen von der Wiege bis zum Grabe auf das Deutlichste zu prophezeihen. (Unterzeichner:) Henry Bäse aus Braunschweig.

      (Dresden), Blochmann und Sohn, ca. 1850. - Plakat mit typograph. Text und 5 Holzschnitten. Blattgr.: 58 x 42 cm. Sehr berühmt oder erfolgreich mögen die Geschwister Bäse nicht gewesen sein, zumindest konnte ich keine weiteren Auftritte nachweisen. Als Nachfolgerinnen der berühmten französischen Wahrsagerin Marie Anne Lenormand (gest. 1843) bezeichneten sich zahlreiche Gauklerinnen auf europäischen Jahrmärkten. - Neben diesem Auftritt gab es u. a. noch: Ikarische Sylphiden-Gespiele der vier Brüder Bäse, Japanische Spiele und "La Trapez volonta" mit Rudolph Düsterhoff und "Dispensations adriennes" mit Frl. Linna Bäse. - Die hübschen Holzschnitte zeigen u. a. die Wahrsagerin mit verbunden Augen und einen feinen Herrn, dem wohl gerade die Zukunft vorhergesagt wird. Linke Ecken mit etwas Abschnitt, der obere linke Rand auf ca. 7 cm etwas beschnitten.

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        CARTA POSTALE DEI QUATTRO LAGHI

      1850 ca., Lago di Como - Maggiore 1850 - Rara carta postale dei laghi lombardi nel primo stato di due, applicata su tela a stacchi. La mappa è incorniciata da una serie di 18 vedutine (mm 67x93) incise all'acquatinta, raffiguranti località del lago Maggiore e Como: Lecco, Domaso, Cadenabbia, Borgo Bellaggio, Villa Melzi, Villa Sanazaro a Blevio, Gravedona, Borgo Vico, Villa Tanzi presso Torno, Villa d'Este, Villa Sommariva, Pliniana, Palanza, Canobbio, Intra, Villa detta La Torre, Luino, Isola Bella. La stessa lastra venne poi ristampata successivamente, con modifiche ed aggiornamenti, da Francesco Pagnoni. Ottima conservazione mm 465x640

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        \"Kirchberg\". Gesamtansicht von Hornberg aus, im Mittelpunkt das Schloß.

       Lithographie mit Tonplatte von B. Höfling nach G. M. Eckert bei Chr. Fr. Müller, um 1850, 26,5 x 35,5 cm. Schefold 3856. - Sehr breitrandig und tadellos erhalten. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg

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        Representative Men. Seven Lectures

      Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Company 110 Washington Street, 1850. First and Second America Issues and the First English Issues. 3 vols. 12mo. All in original brown cloth. In brown cloth box with brown leather label and individual cloth chemises. First and Second America Issues and the First English Issues. 3 vols. 12mo. First English is published by John C. Chapman, Strand, 1850. BAL 5219; Myerson A22.1.,; Binding A

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