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        Les Cimetieres de Paris

      1850. QUAGLIA, [Fernando]. Les Cimetières de Paris. Recueil des plus Remarquables Monuments Funèbres avec leurs Inscriptions. Plus de Dux Cents Monuments Gravés par Collette. [4] pp. Illustrated with 24 double-spread lithographic plates designed by Quaglia and cut on the stones by Collette. Folio, 390 x 290 mm, bound in French nineteenth-century brown cloth spine with red morocco spine label, over brown marbled paper. Paris: Librairie d"Architecture de A. Levy, [ca.1850]. |~||~||~||~| A rare pictorial survey of the remarkable tombs, sepulchres and funeral monuments to be found in the cemeteries of Paris. The lithographs contain up to ten monuments per plate; they were selected not only for the ornament and architectural design features of the monument, but also for the renown of the deceased and/or the distinctive (at times humorous) quality of the epitaph. Fernando Quaglia (1780-1823), an Italian painter of portraits, graphic artist, and sculptor of funeral monuments, was active in the first years of the nineteenth century, connected mainly with the court of the Empress Josephine. His other publication was entitled: Le père Lachaise ou Recueil de dessins des principaux monuments de ce cimetière, Paris 1854. Some occasional spotting throughout. OCLC records only 4 copies in America.

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        Eldorado, or, Adventures in the Path of Empire: Comprising a Voyage to California, Via Panama; Life in San Francisco and Monterey; Pictures of the Gold Region; And Experiances of Mexican Travel.

      Henry G. Bohn, London - 1850, later Printing. () Very good. (2),360 pp. Octavo. Two volumes bound as one with separate title page at page 188. Original orange decorated cloth boards. Original endpapers with printed advertising. With no plates as issued. A clean attractive copy. The second British edition, issued the same year as the first, but reset on a smaller format and without the plates. The present copy is in the original boards as one volume which perhaps was a remainder issue of some sort. Scarce especially in this condiiton. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bound album of 34 drawings (20 by Corbould, 14 by Unwins)

      England, 1850. Pen and ink, watercolor, and wash drawings mounted; one signed by Corbould, 3 signed by Unwins. Double-matted and handsomely bound on hinges in full brown morocco. A few drawings show minor foxing, but overall beautifully preserved. Pen and ink, watercolor, and wash drawings mounted; one signed by Corbould, 3 signed by Unwins. The English illustrator HENRY CORBOULD (1787-1844), studied at the Royal Academy (with among others, Fuseli) and he quickly developed a taste for neo-classical historical painting. He soon concentrated "his efforts ? on perfecting a delicate, rather feminine, neo-classical style which suited the purposes of refined Regency book illustration. During the remainder of his career he was 'extensively employed by publishers to make drawings for engravings, and the number of his designs, which adorn many books amount to several hundreds' (J. Britton, The autobiography of ?, 2.172). This is also reflected in those works he continued to send to the Royal Academy exhibition, which were predominantly compositions of a sentimental and literary genre, commissioned to illustrate the novels of Walter Scott or the poetry of Byron and Crabbe. As was the case with J. F. Dove's edition of Fanny Burney's Cecilia, or, Memoirs of an Heiress (1825), many of Corbould's illustrations were turned into steel-engravings by his cousin Charles Heath; in other instances they were reproduced in fashionable media such as lithography and stipple engraving ?" (ODNB).The 20 small Corbould drawings in this album (one of which is signed), are typical of his book work: his portrait of William Shenstone, possibly for Samuel Johnson's LIVES OF THE POETS; the design for the engraved title-page of "THE GRACES, OR LITERARY SOUVENIR ?London | Printed for Hurst and Robinson, 1824"; an illustration for Hugh Kelly's, MEMOIRS OF A MAGDALEN ("Sir Robt Harold coldly endeavouring to console Miss Mildmay | Vol. 1, p. 48"); and numerous illustrations for various adventures and romances, as yet to be identified.Corbould's contemporary, THOMAS UWINS (1782-1857), also was able to enter the Royal Academy Schools, where he exhibited miniature portraits, and contributed illustrations to Rudolf Ackermann's Westminster Abbey (1812), Oxford University (1814), Cambridge University (1815), and Public Schools (1816). Eventually, Uwins evolved to larger forms and while living for several years in Rome, Venice, and Naples, began to paint in larger forms in oil. His illustration work includes Shakespeare, Virgil, Horace, King Arthur and the Round Table, Robinson Crusoe, etc. The 14 exquisite drawings displayed here amply display his skill and mastery of the small, watercolor illustration.

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        "Berneck. Molken-Kurort im Fichtelgebirge". Gesamtansicht von einer Anhöhe mit Blick auf Burgruine und Kirche.

      . Farblithographie von Heinrich Stelzner bei C. Giessel, Bayreuth, um 1850, 17,5 x 25 cm (sehr breitrandig)..

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        Sammelblatt, 2 Gesamtansichten und 9 Teilansichten auf einem Blatt.

      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. X. Sandmann b. Rauh in Wien, um 1850, 34 x 46. Mittig Gesamtansicht von Franzensbad, darunter Gesamtansicht von Eger. Die anderen Ansichten zeigen: Waldsassen, 2 weitere Ansichten von Eger ( die Kirche und das alte Schloß ) sowie 6 Ansichten von Franzensbad ( Kirche, Salzquelle, Kaiserstraße, Neue Kolonnade, Franzensbrunn, Luisenbrunn ).

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        The Scarlet Letter.

      - Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1850. 8vo, iv, 322 pp. lacking publisherÕs ads. Full scarlet morocco gilt by Popelin, lightly rubbed at joints, closed tear in margin of pp.255/6. A very good copy of an American classic in an attractive binding. First edition of Hawthorne's first novel, his first publication for Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, and generally recognized as Hawthorne's masterpiece. The Scarlet Letter probed the nature of sin, guilt, repentance, and salvation in a story of love and hypocrisy in Puritan America. BAL 7600. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Algues Côtes de Bretagne

      Bretagne, [1850]. Contemporary pebbled green morocco. Very Good. Collection of 119 expertly pressed, mounted and labeled marine algae from Bretagne coast (circa. Mid 1800?'s). Small 4to(24.5 x 17.2 cm). Contemporayry green morocco binding. Collation: 119 lv, each leaf mounted on stub with single labeled specimen. Each specimen is identified with earlier Latin name in black ink and later additions in red ink. All specimens are well preserved and beautifully displayed on the page. Binding has raised bands; title in gilt in upper panel. There is sunning on the spine and along the hinges and edges of boards, less so for the later. Minor wear to ends of spine. Monogram ?"SB?" in calligraphic style in gilt in each corner of boards. The inner covers are elaborately detailed in gilt dentils and additional inner borders. Pastedowns and free end papers in fine marble paper. This private collection is the most elaborate that we have had and represents a personal collection of ?"SB?" who has made the presentation of the algae growing along the coast of Britany most appealing and scientifically important.

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        Wah-to-Yah and the Taos Trail; or Prairie and Scalp Dances, with a Look at Los Rancheros from Muleback and the Rocky Mountain Campfire

      Cincinnati, OH: H. W. Derby and Co. , 1850. First Edition, First Printing 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Seventeen year-old Lewis Garrard joined up with a caravan traveling the Spanish Trail and spent ten months out west, where he was witness to Cheyenne culture and goings-on at Bent's Fort and Taos, including an execution of prisoners from the Mexican-American War. Upon his return, he put his observations into publishable form at the behest of his brothers. This association copy is inscribed on the first free endpaper: "To Kenner Garrard, from his brother the author." Typo on page 269 where it is mistyped as 26. Some foxing to text, especially on first and last few pages. Edges of black cloth boards are rubbed, corners are bumped and starting to fray. Interior otherwise free of markings, binding intact. Howes G-70.

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        Personal Adventures in Upper and Lower California, in 1848-9, with the Author's Experience at the Mines

      London: William Shoberl, 1850. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. Two volumes, 8vo, pp. 4 (ads), [iii], iv-vii, [viii], 347; [ii], 413, with twenty-three plates from drawings by the author. A handsome set in three-quarter leather and marbled boards, with red and black spine labels, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, extensive gilt decoration on the spines. Rubbing to the joints and lower corners, very occasional minor foxing, small bookplate (Anne Ford) on a front blank of Volume II. Near fine. "Ryan, an Englishman with a taste for adventure, enlisted in 1847 in Stevenson's First Regiment of Californian Volunteers [and] reached Monterey in February 1848. When the regiment was disbanded in August 1848, he went to the Stanislaus River for an unsuccessful try at mining, returning to Monterey in the winter of 1849. He gives a gossipy but quite readable account of his travels and life in California, much of it being trivial but all adding up to a picture of the time" (Streeter 2646). Kurutz (548) says the plates in this work "furnish the reader with some of the best contemporary views of mining, cities, pueblos, and daily life in California." Sabin 74532; Graff 3626; Howes R-558; Cowan p 547, noting "his descriptions are among the best of his time.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Hal, 8. VII. 1850. - 2¾ SS. 4to. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Permettez moi, mon illustre maître, de vous adresser deux de mes amis et compatriotes. Monsieur Guffens et Swerts, artistes peintre, qui malgré leur jeune âge jouissent de déjà d'un belle réputations. Ces messieurs vont faire un voyage artistique en Italie et désirent, en passant Berlin, présenter leurs hommages au grand artiste, qui toute l'Europe admire [ ]". - Der Belgier Servais, der "Paganini des Violoncellos", galt als der namhafteste Cellist seiner Zeit. Während seiner zahlreichen Tourneen mit über 10.000 Konzerten in ganz Europa standen regelmäßig seine eigenen Kompositionen auf dem Programm. Seine Reisen führten ihn unter anderem nach Russland, wo er von einer Prinzessin Jussopow ein Stradivarius-Cello zum Geschenk erhielt. Godefried Guffens (1823-1901) bildete sich in Gemeinschaft mit Jan Swerts (1820-79) auf der Akademie zu Antwerpen unter Nicaise de Keyser, ging dann mit Jan Swerts nach Italien.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Eigenh. Mitteilung mit U.

      O. O., 7. VIII. 1850 (Datierung von fremder Hand). - ½ S. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. Leopold I., der auf vorliegendem Blatt eine Madame Nothomb seiner Aufmerksamkeit versichert, war von 1831 bis 1865 der erste König der Belgier. Seit 1832 mit Prinzessin Marie Louise von Orléans (1812-1850), einer Tochter von König Ludwig Philipp von Frankreich verheiratet, wurde Leopold Vater von vier (zwei uneheliche miteingerechnet sechs) Kindern, darunter Marie Charlotte von Belgien (1840-1927), die spätere Gattin Kaiser Maximilians von Mexiko. Er veranlaßte u. a. den Bau der ersten Eisenbahnlinie auf dem europäischen Kontinent (zwischen Brüssel und Mechelen), die am 5. Mai 1835 eröffnet wurde. MEGA III/2, 81, 451; III/3, 413; III/4, 224;

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        Berner-Oberland. - Vorort Bern. (Unspunnen) Szene eines Älplerfestes mit Schwinger (Interlaken), der Jungfrau im Hintergrund und Scharen von Zuschauern; umgeben von Ansichten sowie Trachten- und Wappendarstellungen. Altkol. Lithographie von L. v. Hohbach aus 'Malerische Länderschau'.

      Kempten, Tob. Dannheimer, o. J., um 1850,. 32 x 37,5 cm. Dekoratives Blatt in leuchtendem Altkolorit: nicht nur die Ansicht in der Bildmitte ist koloriert, sondern auch die Wappenschilder und die vier Trachtenpaare in den Ecken. 1 Blatt / 1 feuille.. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Dresden, 16. VI. 1850.. 1¾ SS. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief). 4to.. An den Miniaturmaler August Grahl (1791-1868): "Gleichzeitig mit Ihrem freundschaftlichen Briefe empfing ich gestern noch einen anderen von der Haude und Spenerschen Buchhandlung, der auch noch von der Schlesingerschen Buch und Musikhandlung unterzeichnet war. Sie schreiben mir das aehnliche was Ihre Güte mir bereits mitgetheilt. Ich nehme keinen Anstand weiter, gegen ein baares Drittheil meiner Forderung an die Luderitzsche Kunsthandlung, Herrn Mattsche eine Quittung auszustellen so dass ich nichts weiter an ihn zu fordern habe. Es wäre gewissermaßen undankbar von mir, liebster Grahl, wenn ich, nachdem Sie meine schwebenden Berliner Angelegenheiten in das beste Gleis gebracht haben, Ihnen nicht auch die nach Beendung derselben verdanken würde. Daher lege ich die Quittung über 18 Ldr. bei, wogegen die Haude und Spenersche Buchhandlung sogleich zu zahlen versprach [...]". - Steinla war Schüler an der Akademie Dresden, bildete sich von 1826 bis 1830 in Rom und Florenz weiter und war von 1838 bis kurz vor seinem Tod Prof. der Kupferstechkunst an der Dresdner Akademie. Neben einem Selbstbildnis (1826) gehören meisterliche Stiche nach Cranach, Dürer und Raffael zu seinen Werken.

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        Chinesisches Musterbuch einer Seidenstickerei. 14 Papierheftchen mit verschiedenfarbigen Proben von Seidenfäden.

      Um 1850.. Kl. 8° (Format ca. 17x13,5 cm). Zwischen 2 marmorierten Pappdeckeln.. Die Heftchen sind mit drei unterschiedlichen Aufdrucken (chinesische Schriftzeichen) versehen, scheinen aber dieselbe Farbpalette zu enthalten. Es sind immer mehrere Proben pro Farbton (ca. 16 unterschiedliche) vorhanden.- In keinem der Hefte scheinen alle Proben vorhanden zu sein. - 1 Heft leicht wasserrandig, etwas braunfleckig. Der Einband beschabt und mit gestauchten Ecken. - Sample book of a Chinese silk weaving mill. 14 booklets with samples of differently coloured silk threads. Covers of booklets with Chinese printing. - None of the booklets seems to be totally complete. - 1 booklet with minor waterstaining, somewhat browned.

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        Manuscript Book for The Village Doctor, translated from the French [of The Countess D'Arbouville,] by Anthony North Peat. [Author of, Gossip from Paris during the Second Empire : correspondence (1864-1869) of Anthony B. North Peat, attach? au Cabinet du Ministre de l'int?rieur and, later, attach? au Conseil d'?tat]

      No Publisher No Place 1850 - Original ink handwritten Manuscript translation, contained in a quarter leather bound notebook, gilt lettering at spine, raised spine bands, pebbled cloth over boards, approx. 200 pages. Signed by North Anthony Peat at title page and dedication page, dated 1848 at title and 1850 at dedication page. Scarce translation of The Village Doctor, by The Countess D'Arbouville, predating the published English translation in 1853 by Maunsell B. Field. The introduction for Peat's Gossip from Paris during the Second Empire tells us that Peat's letters were sent daily from Paris during the years 1864 to 1870, and that he died from the effects of an accident during the early days of the siege of Paris. The letters were addressed mainly to the readers of the Morning Star, a daily London paper, the organ of the Manchester school of politics, but several appeared elsewhere, notably in The Yorkshire Post. As Attache, Peat saw every morning the telegrams which passed through the Home Office, and thus was enabled to test the accuracy of current reports. The natural objection to a Government Attache being the correspondent of a foreign paper was waived shortly after the correspondence began and were sanctioned by His Excellency, the Marquis de Lavalette.The authorial introduction to the 1853 translation of D'Arbouville's tales states that "The Village Doctor has already been done into English in this country for an Eastern periodical, although he has never happened to see the book in question." This unknown translation was perhaps the present version provided by Peat. There were only fifty copies of the original French version. A Very Good volume, some minor cracking to leather spine spine ends. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD

      London Bradbury & Evans 1850 - First edition. With 39 illustrations by H. K. Browne 8vo, contemporary three-quarter black-green morocco over marbled boards, very handsomely tooled in gilt on the raised bands of the spine, lettered in gilt in two compartments. xiv, 624. A very handsome copy, quite fine, and with only some mild, unobtusive evidence of age to the covers and with much, much less than the usual toning to the plates. FINE FIRST EDITION. For many lovers of the author's works, DAVID COPPERFIELD ranks as the finest of his writings. "Of all my books," Dickens wrote, "I like this the best; like many fond parents I have my favourite child, and his name is David Copperfield." It is certainly Dickens’ most personal and autobiographical work, especially in the remarkable early chapters describing David’s provincial upbringing and his experiences in the bleak warehouses of London. Abounding in vivid characters such as Uriah Heep, Betsy Trotwood, Mr. Micawber, the Pegottys and Mr. Dick, DAVID COPPERFIELD continues to rank among Dickens’ most popular and critically acclaimed works. In this work, Dickens displays his talents well: "his inordinate gift of observation, his sympathy with the humble, his power over the emotions and his incomparable endowment of unalloyed human fun.It gave what were then universally referred to as ‘the lower orders’ a new sense of self-respect, a new feeling of citizenship. Like the defiance of another Luther, or the Declaration of a new Independence, it emitted a fresh ray of hope across the firmament." [EB] In this way, Dickens’ work is significant on many levels. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Arabes de Constantine

      Paris 1850 - Image Size : 377x305 (mm), 14.875x12 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : 560x390 (mm), 22x15.375 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring, Lithograph Very good, some scattered foxing on the margin

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        Set of letter blocks

      England: circa 1800-, 1850. Alphabet set of 179 pieces of bone, each approx. 15 x 18 mm., letters incised and filled in with black ink by hand; original cedar box with 18 internal compartments and a sliding lid, 256 x 153 mm.; the set in fine, original condition. Spelling set. A fine, early alphabet set, consisting of rectangular bone letter tiles in a well made wooden box; used in education and for drawing-room word games.

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        Erinnerungsblätter an Gastein.

      Wien und München, Libay und Löhr, ca. 1850.. 35 x 47 cm. Mit 18 (von 19?) kolorierten eiweißgehöhten lithographischen Tafeln. Blindgeprägte Leinwand der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Deckeltitel (Gastein).. Nebehay-Wagner 369. - Beschriftung auf Deutsch und Französisch. - Fehlt wohl das Titelblatt. - Einband berieben, bestoßen und fleckig, Rücken restauriert, meist im Rand stockfleckig, teilweise im Rand mit Wasserfleck (weit außerhalb der Darstellung), wenige kleine Randeinrisse.

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        "Calesso sulla strada di Portici fuor di Napoli".

      . Aquarell, mit schwarzer Tuschlinie umrandet, auf Velin, aufgezogen. 15,5:21,7 cm. Leicht wellig. Verso auf dem Untersatzkarton alter Besitzvermerk und mit Zuschreibung an Eugene Burnand (1850-1921), auf einem beigefügten Blatt von alter Einrahmung betitelt sowie bezeichnet "Souvenir de Naples. E. D. 1845"..

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        Mariazell.

      Wien, Bermann, um 1850.. Altkolorierte Lithografie mit Tonplatte von und nach L. Waage, Bildausschnitt 36 x 49,5 cm, Blattgr. 46,5 x 60,5 cm.. Nebehay-Wagner 892/3/7; aus der sehr seltenen bei J. Bermann erschienenen Serie "Ansichten der Oesterreichischen Monarchie, von den besten Meistern nach der Natur aufgenommen u. gestochen."; detailreiche und aufs äußerste genaue Darstellung von Mariazell, der Blick richtet sich von Süden auf die Stadt mit der Basilika in der Mitte, im Hintergrund der Ötscher; der Maler und Lithograf Carl Waage (1820 - nach 1885) wurde von seinen Zeitgenossen aufgrund seiner großen Genauigkeit in der topografischen Darstellung geschätzt und abgelehnt zugleich, so schreibt Wurzbach im Biographisches Lexikon des Kaiserthums, LII p. 39: "Was nun die Ansichten dieses Lithographen betrifft, so sind dieselben die trockenste Wiedergabe der Wirklichkeit, ohne eine Hauch idealen Anschauens" breitrandig und gut erhalten, selten!

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        Dactylologie et langage primitif restitués d’après les monuments

      Paris: 1850. Large 4to (308 x 230 mm). [8], 360; 35 pp.Large-paper issue on heavy wove paper (papier vélin). Includes Greek printing. 61 plates of pen-and-ink lithographs with text, lithographed by Lalanne, printed by Lemercier, including one double-page plate and two chromolithographs with gold-printed captions. Occasional light foxing. presentation binding commissioned by the author for the royal pretender the comte de chambord as ?"henri v?": elaborately gold-tooled contemporary green polished morocco, covers tooled to a fanfare design incorporating fleurs-de-lys and royal crowns, central oval cartouche containing the crowned initial H flanked by two roman V?'s, smooth spine similarly gold-tooled, red morocco doublures gold-tooled with a semis of crowned fleurs-de-lys, pair of vellum free endleaves and flyleaves at front and back, gilt edges (a few small scratches to lower copver, scuffing to hinges at head and foot); folding cloth case. Provenance: Henri-Charles-Ferdinand-Marie-Dieudonné d?'Artois, duc de Bordeaux, Comte de Chambord (1820-1883), pretender to the throne of France: supra-libros; with an autograph letter of presentation from the author on a vellum leaf bound in between title and half-title; Don Jaime de Bourbon, duc de Madrid (1870-1931, Chambord?'s legatee), red inkstamp on vellum dedication leaf; with Maggs Bros, catalogue 661 (1938), 172; Bernard Breslauer (Bibliotheca Bibliographica Breslaueriana, 33).*** first edition, magnificent ?"royal?" presentation copy, of a treatise on the origins of language, written and published by a wealthy collector, dealer in stolen manuscripts, and ardent Royalist. Joseph Barrois (ca. 1785-1855) was an erudite but eccentric and indeed crooked bibliophile who became fatally involved with the notorious and unpunished book thief Guglielmo Libri, who, in his capacity of inspector of public instruction, traveled throughout France surveying libraries and pillaging them. Barrois is known to have taken in ?"Libri?'s?" manuscripts and had them rendered unrecognizable through rearrangement of quires, rebinding, mutilation, etc. The unsigned binding was confidently attributed by Bernard Breslauer to the Parisian binder Thompson, who assisted Barrois in these fraudulent activities. Barrois also compiled his own valuable manuscript collection, about a tenth stemming from compromised sources (cf. Delisle). Foreseeing Libri?'s conviction, he had the collection discreetly shipped to England in 1849, and sold to the Earl of Ashburnham (cf. Delisle, pp. xl-xlii; most but not all were eventually repurchased by the French government). Convicted in 1850, Libri himself remained comfortably in England, where he was wined and dined by the likes of Panizzi, Keeper of Printed Books at the British Museum. In the present work, published the year of Libri?'s conviction, Barrois explores the origins of language in gesture and phonetics, postulating an original universal (Indo-European) language shared by Assyria, India, and China. He traces its roots through cuneiform, hieroglyphics, and classical Greek, and declares the Phoenician digital or finger-alphabet to have been the source of many other writing systems, including Lap, Sanskrit, Chinese, Aztec and other Amerindian languages. The work contains chapters on classical mythology, the mnemonics of Homer, theatrical pantomime in Terence and Vergil, sacred letter symbolism in various religions, and detailed analyses of symbols and letterforms. A 35-page glossary of Greek words concludes the treatise. The lithographs reproduce lapidary inscriptions and relevant details from manuscripts and other works of Antiquity or the Middle Ages found in the Louvre, the museums of Berlin and other largely French collections. Maxime Lalanne, who executed the lithographs, was the author of a manual on etching; he may have been related to the Ludovic Lalanne who worked with Henri Bordier on the commission charged with documenting Libri?'s thefts, a thankless task, honorably fulfilled, which led to Libri?'s conviction in 1850. In the inserted autograph letter, written on vellum, Barrois presents this large-paper copy to the pretender to the title of Henri V (?"whose unfortunate insistence upon his divine rights and upon the scrapping of the Tricolore in favour of the white standard of the Bourbons probably cost him the throne... ?"- Breslauer, BBB), having had it regally attired in a sumptuous neo-fanfare binding, probably by Thompson, a Parisian binder of English origin who signed very few of his bindings. The technically impeccable gold-tooling may have been the work of Thompson?'s finisher Marius Michel père. Ramsden notes that Thompson?'s ?"passion for book-collecting is said to have dissipated his earnings as a binder.?" Brunet VI (Table méthodique) 640, 10551; Bernard Breslauer, Historic and Artistic Bookbindings from the Bibliotheca Bibliographica Breslaueriana, 33. On Barrois and Libri, cf. Léopold Delisle, Catalogue des manuscrits des fonds Libri et Barrois (1888), pp. xxxviii ff.; on Bordier?'s commission see André Jammes, Libri vaincu: Enquêtes policières & secrets bibliographiques (2008).

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        The Book of the Salmon: in two parts etc.etc.

      Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, London. 1850 - Small 8vo. Pp xvi. 242. Frontis and 8 plates of which 8 are hand coloured. Half calf by Bowes & Bowes, Cambridge, raised bands, gilt. Teg. Slight rubbing. Scattered foxing to text and plates.A tight copy - attractive. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Das Großherzogthum Baden in malerischen Original-Ansichten in Stahl gest. von Joh. Poppel und Andern. Begleitet von einem historisch topographischen Text von Dr. Eugen Huhn.

      Darmstadt, Druck und Verlag von Gustav Georg Lange, 1850.. Gr.-8°. Gest.Titel,LXXVI,224,16 S. + 100 Stahlstichtafeln. Priv. Halbpergamentband mit Seidenbezug.. Nach dem Titel ist die Original-Subscriptions- u. Empfangs-Bescheinigung des Erstkäufers miteingebunden. - Mit dem Anhang Frankfurt. - Bis auf vereinzelt auftretende Stockflecken sehr sauberes Exemplar; möglicherweise fehlen am Anfang 12 S., da die Einleitung mit S. (1)/XIV beginnt; die Stiche fleckenfrei; sehr schönes Exemplar.

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        The House Decorator and Painter's Guide; Containing a Series of Designs for Decorating Apartments, Suited to the Various Styles of Architecture

      London: Thomas Kelly, 1850. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Complete with 120 pages and 61 plates of which 25 (including the frontispiece) are hand-colored. Sound binding with intact hinges. Clean pages. Quarter-leather with original marbled boards; spine label replaced. Minor wear to cover. Discussed in J.R. Abbey's Life in England (page 3), which is noted in pencil inside the front cover: "This compendium of tasteful adaptations from Greek, Roman, Arabesque, Pompeian, Gothic, Cinque Cento, Francois Premier, and Elizabethan styles was published to counter the misuse of them which was being made at that time." The Arrowsmiths were decorators to Queen Victoria. Held at a number of institutions and appears at auction about every five years per AmericanaExchange, yet a very highly sought title amongst collectors and designers. A very attractive classic design reference.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Hal, 8. VII. 1850.. 2¾ SS. 4to.. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Permettez moi, mon illustre maitre, de vous adresser deux de mes amis et compatriotes. Monsieur Guffens et Swerts, artistes peintre, qui malgre leur jeune age jouissent de deja d'un belle reputations. Ces messieurs vont faire un voyage artistique en Italie et desirent, en passant Berlin, presenter leurs hommages au grand artiste, qui toute l'Europe admire [ ]". - Der Belgier Servais, der "Paganini des Violoncellos", galt als der namhafteste Cellist seiner Zeit. Während seiner zahlreichen Tourneen mit über 10.000 Konzerten in ganz Europa standen regelmäßig seine eigenen Kompositionen auf dem Programm. Seine Reisen führten ihn unter anderem nach Russland, wo er von einer Prinzessin Jussopow ein Stradivarius-Cello zum Geschenk erhielt. Godefried Guffens (1823-1901) bildete sich in Gemeinschaft mit Jan Swerts (1820-79) auf der Akademie zu Antwerpen unter Nicaise de Keyser und ging dann mit Jan Swerts nach Italien.

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        Souvenirblatt, mit einem Mittelbild und 10 Randansichten, "Erinnerung an Bamberg zum Vortheil der Stadtarmen".

      . Lithographie v. Zinck, E. in Offenbach n. Carl Baron Buseck, dat. 1850, 32 x 43,5. Seltenes Blatt! Das Mittelbild zeigt Bamberg von Nord Ost. Die Randansichten zeigen Rathausbrücke, Markt, Maximiliansplatz, Kranich, Dom, Kettenbrücke, Buch, Altenburg, Theresienhain und die Frauenkirche.

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        Praktische Naturgeschichte der Vögel. Für Gebildete aller Stände. Text- und Tafelband.

      . Mit in Stahl gestochenen und naturgetreu colorirten Abbildungen auf 89 Tafeln, (komplett), Leipzig, Verlag von Gebhardt & Reisland, 1850, (2 Blätter), 740 Seiten und 89 Tafeln, 26,5x18,5, Original-Halblederbände mit Rückentitel, bei beiden Bänden Name und Jahreszahl 1869 auf Vorsatz, Rücken etwas beschabt, Textband fast durchgehend leicht stockfleckig, Tafelband: Vorsatz mit kl. Randeinriß, Tafel 48 fast lose, sonst nur geringe Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren, zusammen 2 Bände,.

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        Neueste Volks-Naturgeschichte des Thierreichs für Schule und Haus. Zweiten Bandes erste und zweite Abteilung: Reprilien, Fische, Muscheln. Zweite, stereotypirte Schulausgabe

      Prag: Calve'sche Buchhandlung 1850 - 2 Bände, 1. Band: Textteil, 2. Band: Abbildungen, OHLdr. mit Rückengoldprägung, 441 Seiten und 118 farbigen Tafeln (Nr. 143-261), gr. 8°; beide Bände mit dem Schildern auf Vorderdeckel, Deckel leicht abgeschürft, am Vorsatz mit Unterschrift des Vorbesitzers, Papier leicht stockfleckig, altersgemäß guter Zustand. * Our books are stored in a warehouse, not in the shop. If you want to visit us and see a specific book, please notify us in advance. Unsere Bücher werden nicht in unserem Geschäft, sondern in einem Lager am Stadtrand Prags verwahrt. Bitte teilen Sie uns vorher mit, wenn Sie uns besuchen und ein bestimmtes Buch ansehen wollen. * Book Language/s: de [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Volks-Naturgeschichte [Volksnaturgeschichte].

      Leipzig, E. Pönicke & Sohn. (um 1850).. 353 - 559 Textseiten, plus 45 Tafeln m. wunderschön kolorierten Lithographien, meist Vögel, diese montiert in grüne lithographierte Bordüre. Privater Halbleinen-Einband. (Seiten stellenweise l. fingerfleckig) Auflage:0. (Bibliographisch leider nicht zu ermitteln!). Vermutlich handelt es sich hierbei um einen Subskriptionsband. Vorne eingebunden: "Prospectus" mit ausführlicher Beschreibung der Bücher bzw. der Hefte. Rückseitig finden sich die Subscriptions- Bedingungen. Geplant war demnach ein Umfang von 60 Heften. Der Band enthält die Tafeln 103 bis 140 mit Abblidungen von Vögeln, außerdem die Tafeln 31, 32a, 45 und 46 mit Abbildungen von Säugetieren. Wobei sich der Text des Buches nur auf Vögel bezieht.

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        Autograph letter signed.

      No place, 7. IV. 1850.. 4to. 1 p.. In French: "I am nothing but an honest man, and among humanity, I have no other passion than Justice and Truth. I am with those who suffer, with those who love, with those who work. I am filled with disgust with all forms of tyranny and I have only one wish in the world: to do away with weapons and chains. Your letter, so noble and painful touched my heart deeply. If I had to be rewarded, your thanks will reward me beyond the little I ve done and the little I am worth. Tell the one you love, and whose absence causes you to suffer, that I hold out to him a fraternal hand. Alas, why, in our France, there still are prisons and chains! Please receive, Madame, my deepest respect". - Mounting remnants on verso.

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        "Lohr a/M. mit seinen Hauptgebäuden". Gesamtansicht mit Eisenbahn im Vordergrund, umgeben von 18 Teilansichten.

      . Altkolorierte Lithographie, um 1850, 22 x 38,5 cm.. Die hübschen kleinen Ansichten zeigen Pfarrkirche, Spital, Bezirksgericht, Bezirksamt, Kloster, Hotel Gundlach, Rathaus, Bahnhof, Schulen und Klöster sowie mehrere Fabriken (Papier, Kunstwolle, Eisen). - Gut erhaltenes, sehr rares Souvenirblatt.

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        View of New Orleans Early Nineteenth Century

      [New York 1850 - Steel printing plate (7 1/16 x 9 3/4 inches), with engraved image (5 3/16 x 8 1/8 inches), above lettered title 'View of New Orleans Early Nineteenth Century' with no engraver or publisher's name. A fascinating example of an original printing plate engraved with a wonderful view of early-nineteenth century New Orleans from the Mississippi The present image shows Jackson Square in New Orleans in its ante-bellum heyday, viewed from the Mississippi. A number of ships ply to and fro, including an early example of a paddle-boat powered by steam. The phrase 'early nineteenth century' suggests that the plate should be dated to at least the middle of the century. A 'circa 1850' date seems likely as steel-engraving as a method of illustration for topographical works was already on the wane by the late 1850s.

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        Veduta di Trento con il suo fiume.

      1850 - Si vende in cornice. Formato: Disegno a carboncino e biacca di cm 23,4x34,6 Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Charles Darwin").

      Down, Farnborough, Kent, 3. III. [1850].. 3 SS. auf Doppelblatt mit Siegel und eh. Adresse verso (Faltbrief). 8vo.. Unveröffentlichter Brief an den deutschen Paläontologen und Malakologen Wilhelm Bernhard Rudolf Hadrian Dunker (1809-85) am Polytechnikum in Kassel: "Sir / I hope that you will forgive the very great liberty I take in addressing you. - I have been for some time employed on a monograph on recent & fossil Cirripedia: I applied to my friend Mr. J[ohn] Morris to know to whom I could apply for any fossil specimens from Germany, & he tells me that you of all others are most likely to be willing & able to help a stranger. - Owing to the kindness of Prof. [Johannes] Steenstrup of Copenhagen I have the loan of some Pollicipes Hausmanni (& I know some perfectly accurate drawings & descriptions) & of P. Bronnii & P. carinatus of [Rudolf Amandus] Philippi, but I am most curious to see the species described by [Friedrich Adolph] Roemer, viz. P. uncinatus, gracilis, glaber, asper, &c. &c. &c.; or any undescribed specimens. - Can you aid me with regard to Roemer's species? I would carefully return them, & pay carriage both ways, as fas as may be possible. - As my name will probably be unknown to you, I may mention, as a proof that I am devoted to Natural History, that I went as Naturalist in the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle round the World & collected in all branches of Nat. History. I trust to your kindness to forgive my intruding myself on you, & beg to remain, with much respect / Sir / Your faithful servant / Charles Darwin / Any parcel ought to be directed to C. Darwin Esq., 7 Park St., Grosvenor Sq., London". - Dunker antwortete am 6. Juni und ließ Darwin über John Morris die erbetenen Präparate sowie Stücke aus den Sammlungen von Roemer, Philippi und Friedrich C. L. Koch zukommen; die Sendung erreichte Darwin am 20. September in London. Darwins "Fossil Cirripedia of Great Britain" erschien im April 1851; im Vorwort dankt Darwin seinen Korrespondenten auf dem Kontinent: "Having applied to Professor W. Dunker, of Cassel, for some of the species described by various German authors, he not only sent me many specimens out of his own collection, but procured from Messrs. Roemer, Koch, and Philippi, other specimens of great value; and to these most distinguished naturalists I beg to return my very sincere thanks." Erst 1950 waren die drei anderen Briefe Darwins an Dunker bekannt geworden: die sich an diesen Brief anschließenden Schreiben, die A. Portman im schwedischen wissenschaftsgeschichtlichen Jahrbuch "Lychnos" erstmals abdruckte. Der vorliegende Auftakt zur Korrespondenz war dagegen bislang unbekannt. - Faltspuren, Dunkers Empfängernotiz in Bleistift: "Beantw. d. 6ten Juni mit Beifügung der Arten, Pollicipes von Römer, Phil. & Koch". - Nicht in The correspondence of Charles Darwin, Bd. 4: 1847-1850 (Cambridge 1988). Vgl. Arne Portman, "Three unknown Darwin letters", in: Lychnos 1948/49, 206-210 (zur folgenden Korrespondenz).

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        Niagara Falls [General View 23 - not titled)

      [New York]: [published by Goupil, Vibert & Co.], 1850. . Good. Hand-coloured lithograph, New York & Paris [probably printed in the latter]. 1849-1851. Title ["The Rapids at Niagara" 18] and other description line trimmed off thus the paper size is much smaller than was originally printed. Paper size: 8-3/4 x 12-1/8 inchesImage size: 7-3/8 x 11 inchesCondition: Some light soiling and wear, a couple of old fold lines on the top left side in border, clouds in sky a pinkish colour, otherwise image is very good. The "General View" shows the sweep of the falls as seen from afar, with small figures in the foreground enjoying the sites. A lovely image of the famous falls. Lane, Impressions of Niagara 216. Kollner was a prolific and long-lived Philadelphia artist (he lived until 1908), working with most of the major firms in the city before striking out on his own. He produced a large series of views of American cities between 1848 and 1851, and these views of Niagara are among his works from that period. "At mid-century August Köllner produced an ambitious portfolio of fifty four lithographs, entitled Views of American Cities, which included eight images of the Niagara River. Though small in size, these lovely prints were of finer quality than the mass-produced popular lithographs. Whether sold as a set in the portfolio or as separate prints, they would have appealed to those who wanted top quality works of art" - Lane.

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        Colomba suivi de La mosaïque

      New collective edition original part because the author made corrections to these two textes.Rare sending autograph signed by the author on page false titre.Dos restored and blankets and lined marginal restoration on the half-title page .A clear and light marginal wetting the top of the last page of the volume, copy almost free of copy rousseur.Notre is presented in a full canvas jacket chocolate beige felt inside. Charpentier Paris 1850 11,5x18,5cm broché sous chemise-étui

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        Le chariot d'enfant

      First edition, printed 500 copies of the French translation of this Indian tale established by Gerard de Nerval and Gustave Mery on current paper, he would have been fired only two colored paper in large sheets. Bound in half roan raspberry, flat spine decorated with typographic designs and quintuple gilt, slightly rubbed dishes containing small missing paper, lower corner slightly rubbed, contemporary binding. Some minor foxing. Rare. D. Giraud & J. Dagneau Paris 1850 11x18cm relié

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        La Bretagne ancienne et moderne

      First edition, first printing of engravings.large 8vo, navy blue half-roan, smooth spine tooled false nerves and gold palette, paper plates embossed decorated with plants and flowers (the time of binding); 2 sheets and 648 pages, 40 full-page engravings that illustrated title and seven boards emblazoned in chromolithography, a color map. Vignettes wood cut. ORIGINAL EDITION, first printing prints, consistent with Vicar VI-692. Formidable richly illustrated book, but was printed on different paper resulting in areas with freckles or brown paper for woodcuts inset steel engravings in number 19 are printed on better paper; heraldry boards are wonderful. Binding good time with some light rubbing. W. Coquebert Paris s.d. (circa 1850) 18x27cm relié

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        Die Werdersche Kirche.

      . kol. Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Loeillot b. Sachse & Co., um 1850, 18 x 28. Selten. Ernst, Loeillot, Nr. 63. Hier vorliegend im 2. Zustand mit Nummerierung (17) und 3-facher Bordüre. Dek. Ansicht mit dem Verlegertrockenstempel.

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        Grande Album ottocentesco contenente 15 disegni policromi di scorci di fortificazioni militari.

      - Album con imponente legatura, databile prima metà del XIX secolo, contenente 15 disegni a colori raffiguranti particolari di fortificazioni militari. La legatura è in pelle bruna, con bordure a triplo filo oro ai piatti. Fregi decorativi in oro al dorso a sette nervature. Tagli in oro. L'album è composto da 25 carte, in formato cm.48,8x33. La prima carta è bianca; nelle successive compaiono 15 disegni stilizzati, acquarellati a mano, piuttosto gradevoli, raffiguranti degli esempi di fortificazioni militari in pianta: le prime tre con sezioni complete, le rimanenti 12 con particolari di bastioni e di struttre difensive. Alcune carte bianche, con bruniture. Alcune ulteriori carte sono state rimosse. Fogli di guardia marmorizzati. Abrasione al capitello superiore. Album di buon effetto visivo. Non si ha alcuna notizia circa il possibile autore dei disegni, nè alcuna indicazione scritta compare ad esplicare le immagini. 1850 gr.

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        The principles and practice and explanation of the machinery of locomotive engines

      London: John Weale, 1850-1853. Tredgold, Thomas (1788-1829). The principles and practice and explanation of the machinery of locomotive engines . . . [Vol. II: The principles and practice and explanation of the machinery used in steam navigation . . .; Vol. III: The principles and practice and explanation of the construction of the steam engine . . .]. 3 vols. in 4, 4to. Multi-volume set. 227 plates, mostly folding, plus folding table. London: John Weale, 1850-53. 310 x 235 mm. Half maroon vellum, cloth sides ca. 1853, light wear & staining, spines faded. Tears along folds of some plates, light toning, fore-edges a bit frayed, otherwise very good, elegantly bound. Stamp of the Oxford & Cambridge University Club on verso titles. Third edition of Tredgold's The Steam Engine, revised and considerably expanded from the one-volume first edition (1827) and two-volume second (1838). Tredgold's work on the steam engine was long considered the best and most complete work of its kind. Tredgold died shortly after the publication of the first edition; the later editions, issued by the well-known engineering publisher John Weale, were prepared by different editors and augmented with contributions from other authors describing recent technological advances. The three editions trace the progress of steam power from the time of Watt to the mid-nineteenth century, and illuminate the development of two new practical engineering sciences: thermodynamics and machine design. The third edition of Tredgold's work is divided into three volumes: Vol. I is devoted to locomotive engines, Vol. II (consisting of separate text and atlas vols.) is on steamship engines, and Vol. III discusses the construction of steam engines, boilers and the turbine wheel. DNB. Finch, Engineering Classics, pp. 104-110 (discussing the first edition).

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        Salzburg) - Wiesbachhorn.

      Tonlithographie. Salzburg, J. Schoen, o.J. [um 1850] ca. 21,5 x 27 cm. ca. 32 x 42 cm. N/W 502.74. - Aus: Pezolt, Georg: Salzburg und seine Angrenzungen. - Beschriftung in Deutsch, Englisch u. Französisch. - Leichte Gbrsp. Deutsch

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        Salzburg) - Ansicht der Stadt Salzburg vom Kapuzinerberge.

      Tonlithographie. Salzburg, Schön, o.J. [um 1850]. ca. 20 x 28,5 cm. ca. 31 x 42 cm. N/W 502.94. - Aus: Pezolt, Georg: Salzburg und seine Angrenzungen.Beschriftung in Deutsch, Englisch u. Französisch. - Leichte Gbrsp. Deutsch

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        Salzburg) - Gaisberg.

      Altkolorierte Lithographie. Salzburg, J. Schoen, o.J. [um 1850] ca. 21,5 x 27 cm. Gerahmt, mit entspiegeltem Glas. N/W 502.32. Aus: Pezolt, Georg: Salzburg und seine Angrenzungen. - Beschriftung in Deutsch, Englisch u. Französisch. - Leichte Gbrsp., etw. stockfleckig. Deutsch Gerahmt, mit entspiegeltem Glas.

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