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        Gesamtansicht über den Neckar gesehen ('Schillers Geburtsstadt Marbach').

      - Farblithographie v. Eberhard Emminger gedr. v. G. Küstner b. H. Müller in Stuttgart, um 1850, 24 x 38,5 Schefold, Alte Ansichten aus Württemberg, Nr. 4970. - Eberhard Emminger war Lithograph und Landschaftszeichner (1808 - Biberach - 1885). - Seine Lehre absolvierte er bei der Ebnerschen Kunsthandlung in Stuttgart. - Emminger gehört zu den bedeutesten Lithographen des 19. Jahrhunderts. - Perfekter Zustand!

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        WEINSBERG., Gesamtansicht von einer Straße aus, links die Burg Weibertreu, in der Ferne Hügellandschaft.

      Altkol. Lithographie mit Tonplatte von Eberhard Emminger nach Läpple, gedr. von J. Adam, um 1850, 14 x 19,5 cm. Schefold 10996. - Mit ca. 2 cm Rand beschnitten und mit geklebter Goldbordüre altmontiert. In zauberhaftem Altkolorit, im oberen weißen Rand etwas fleckig. Baden-Württemberg

      [Bookseller: Buch- und Kunstantiquariat]
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        Vue d'Odessa prise du port la Quarantaine.

      Nitche Odessa s 1850 - Lithograph (45 x 57 cm). Marginal repairs, some light waterstains. Fine lithographed view of Odessa by the Simferopol born artist. Born in 1822 in the family of a German colonist and artist Johann Ludwig, Friedrich (Feodor) Gross, moved to Odessa in the 1840s, where he started working at the printmaking studio of Alexander Braun. Despite the competitive environment of the capital of the Novorossiysk region, which was home to many prominent painters, works of the young artist got noticed and received recognition from the demanding public. Such support enabled him to publish an album titled "Vidy Krima" [Views of Crimea] in 1846, which included 54 plates that he lithographed himself after his paintings. Another artist's project was a series of views of Odessa that included "Richelieu Lyceum", "View on the Prakticheskaya harbour", "Quarantine", "Boulevard" and many more. In 1854-55 a local publisher Frantsev & Nitchean issued an album with his fifteen selected views of Odessa. In 1857 Gross returned back to Crimea and settled in Kerch, where he worked at the local museum of antiquities eventually becoming its director. "The name of Feodor Ivanovich Gross has only recently been recovered from the oblivion. Now he can be rightfully called one of the first native Crimean artists, who dedicated his life to celebrating the beauty of his native land " (M.R. Malgina, "Zhivopisnaya Tavrida. Litografii XIX veka" [Picturesque Tavrida. Lithographs of XIX century]. Sonat, 2011).

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        Jena, von seinem Ursprunge bis zur neuesten Zeit, nach Adrian Beier, Wiedenburg, Spangenberg, Faselius, Zenker u. A.

      Jena, Schreiber 1850. - Mit mehrfach gefalt. gest. Frontispiz, 12 (6 gest., davon 5 kol.; 4 lith.) teilw. eingefalt. Tafeln, 1 eingefalt. kol. gest. Stadtplan sowie 1 ganzs. Textholzschnitt. IV S., S. (III)-VI, 432 S. HLwd. d. Zt. mit Rückenverg. Engelmann S. 591. - Erste Ausgabe der seltenen Stadtgeschichte, ursprünglich in 4 Heften erschienen. Mit großer Gesamtansicht der Stadt (als Frontispiz eingebunden). Die Tafeln mit Gesamtansicht und Teilansichten sowie je 2 Porträts und humoristischen Darstellungen. Titel mit etwas verblassten Eignerstempel des Verlagsbuchhändlers, Kunsthändlers, Ingenieurleutnants und Leiter des Geographischen Instituts im weimarischen Landesindustriekomptoir, Carl Gräf (1822-1897/98). - Etwas berieben und bestoßen, Kapitale leicht ausgefranst. Etwas fleckig, gelegentlich Unterstreichungen. Tafeln teilw. etwas gebräunt, Frontispiz mit hinterlegtem Falzeinriss bis in das Bild, 1 Kupf. mit kl. hinterlegtem Riss in der Bildecke, Stadtplan stärker gebräunt und mit kl. rep. Randeinriss. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
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        A Complete and Universal Dictionary of Signals for Boats of Her Majesty's Fleet:

      London: W.J. Cleaver,, 1850. Well Adapted for Yachts, the Merchant Service, Military Posts, Signal Stations and Railroad, either in Communication with each other, or in Connection with the Royal Navy of England. Containing New and Simple Modes of Signalizing. Compiled and Invented with the Sanction and under the Especial Patronage of the Admiralty. Duodecimo (146 × 86 mm). Contemporary polished calf presentation binding, green morocco label to the spine, low flat bands with gilt dotted roll, compartments attractively gilt with drawer handle tools, paired double fillet panels, gilt and in blind to both boards, gilt block of a sailor employing the "homograph" system of signalling gilt to the front board, foliate edge-roll, edges and endpapers marbled. First 24 pages entirely lithographed with diagrams of semaphore, homograph and flag signalling, 11 of them with hand-colouring. Externally just a little rubbed, overly heavy front free endpaper loose, but hinges entirely sound, pale browning, a very good copy indeed. First edition, this a prepublication presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the first blank; "Mrs. Holt with the author's most affectionate love, November 1849". The recipient was possibly Jemima Arabella, the author's aunt who married Sir John Holt. Extremely uncommon, OCLC shows just 6 locations for this first edition - BL, NLS, Oxford, Cambridge, NMM, Texas A & M - there were three subsequent editions which are equally as uncommon. Eardley-Wilmot was the fourth son of Sir John Eardley Eardley-Wilmot, Bart., MP for Warwickshire and Governor of Van Diemen's Land, present day Tasmania, by his first wife Elizabeth Emma, sister of the Arctic explorer Admiral Parry. He entered the Royal Naval College in 1828, and first embarked as First Class Volunteer on the Wolf, 18, Capt. William Hamley, in 1830, sailing for the East Indies "where we find him engaged, in unison with a fleet of Siamese proas, in various operations against Malay pirates, and present in particular at the blockade of the fortress of Quedah. He was also at Canton in the early part of 1832, when the Chinese first displayed symptoms of insolence and aggression" (O'Byrne). Subsequently saw service in the Miguelite Wars; in the Pacific "affording protection to to British property in the Sandwich Islands, [and] security to missionary interests at the Marquesas"; with Napier on the coast of Syria and at the blockade of Alexandria; and in China towards the end of the First Opium War. He rose to the rank of Rear Admiral, retired 1873, died 1881. He also published a guide for young officers, The Midshipman's Friend; or, Hints for the Cockpit, 1845, and a contribution to the manning debate, Manning the Navy - a Statement in which the Evils and Losses of the Present System are set forth, 1849. A highly attractive copy of this rarely encountered, compendious publication, an excellent source for signalling techniques of the period.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        JAHRESZEITEN. "Frühlings. Sommer. Herbst. Winter.". Die vier Jahreszeiten in vier allegorischen Darstellungen auf insgesamt vier Blättern.

      - 4 altkol. Lithographien mit je zwei Tonplatten von Bülow bei Carl Nöhring, um 1850, je ca. 26,5 x 35,5 cm. Die dekorativen Blätter zeigen den "Frühling" als alpenländische Landschaft mit einem Bauernhof, Kühen und Schafen im Vordergrund, rechts ein junges Pärchen. Der "Sommer" eine Ernteszene mit Familie, Hund und Esel im Vordergrund. Der "Herbst" zeigt an einem See Mädchen und Kinder mit Weinreben im Haar die ein Weinfaß tragen, links im Hintergrund ein tanzendes Paar. Und der "Winter" einen gefrorenen See an zwei Windmühlen mit Schlittschuhläufern und einer hübschen Personenstaffage im Vordergrund. Die Darstellungen mit Umrahmung. - Nur in den Rändern gering fleckig.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Der Thiergarten zu Lilienthal. Ein unterhaltendes naturgeschichtliches Bilder- und Lesebuch für die Jugend.

      Wesel, Bagel, [ca. 1850]. - (2) Bl., 44 S., XII Bl. mit 12 großen und 82 kleineren Abbildungen in schönem Farbendruck Einband berieben, bestoßen, angeschmutzt und fleckig. Vorsätze erneuert. Durchgehend fleckig und angeschmutzt. Wenige handschriftliche Eintragungen. Doderer LKJ Ergänzungsband S. 56. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 21 x 17 cm, Halbleder mit aufgezogenem Titelbild [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nineveh and its Remains. (And:) Discoveries in the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon With an account of a visit to the Chaldean Christians of Kurdistan, and the Yezidis or Devil-worshipers: and an enquiry into the manners and arts of the ancient Assyrians

      Two works in 3 volumes, octavo (215 x 136 mm). 19th-century tan calf, spines richly gilt in compartments, twin morocco labels, 2-line gilt frame to sides, comb-marbled edges and endpapers. Pencilled "all plates present"in 3rd vol. Joints and extremities lightly rubbed, tips very lightly bumped, a few mild scuffs to sides. Discoveries frontispiece fore edge very slightly foxed. Volumes 1and 2 fifth edition 1850 and 3rd volume first edition 1853. Internally clean overall, a very attractive set. Nineveh and its Remains with 1 single-tint lithographic frontispieces, 3 further lithographic plates, of which one double-page, one double-page and folding, 20 engraved plates including 4 folding plans, wood-engravings to the text, folding map to rear. maps and Discoveries with engraved folding frontispiece, 4 similar plates (one only not folding), 8 single-tint lithographic plates, one further lithographic plate of inscriptions, 2 folding maps to rear. Fifth editions of Layard's path-breaking first two books, a handsomely bound set. Apart from the archaeological value of his work in identifying Kouyunjik as the site of Nineveh, and in providing a great mass of materials for scholars to work upon Layard's works are among the best written books of travel in the language. Layard spent some time among the tribes of the Bakhtiari Mountains, and became proficient in Arabic and Persian. He returned to Constantinople in 1842 and entered the employment of British ambassador Stratford Canning, whom he persuaded to support his excavations at the mount of Nimrud, near Mosul. His archaeological achievement was remarkable. He uncovered three palaces, most importantly that of Ashurnbanipal II, and many notable objects including the Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III and several pairs of human-headed winged lions and bulls . In the last few weeks of this period Layard began excavations at Kuyunjik, nearer Mosul, and quickly discovered the largest Assyrian palace, that of Sennacherib" (idem). After publication he realised that Nimrud was not the site of ancient Nineveh, as he had claimed, but that Kuyunjik was. He rejoined the embassy staff at Constantinople in 1849, and from then until 1851 undertook further excavations at Kuyunjik, which "yielded further important trophies and discoveries, including the cuneiform library of Sennacherib's grandson Ashurbanipal. These have all been destroyed by ISIS and these books have the best description of Nineveh to this day

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        11 eigenh. Briefe m. Unterschrift.

      Besancon, 1849-1850. - Der in Paris geborene Mathieu „trat nach der Elementarausbildung eine Ausbildung zum Kaufmann in Lyon an. Darauf bildete er sich in Paris zum Staatsbeamten und Advokaten aus. Trotz einer Berufung durch die Familie Montmorency, trat er 1819 ins Seminar von St. Sulpice ein und wurde 3 Jahre später zum Priester geweiht. Als Sekretär des Bischofs von Evreux sollte er Seminare gründen, es fehlte jedoch am nötigen Geld, worauf Mathieu 1828 Priester und schon bald Großvikar in Paris wurde. Nach verschiedenen ungünstig ausgegangenen Wahlen wurde er 1832 zum Bischof von Langres erwählt und im folgenden Frühling geweiht. Vehement wehrte er sich gegen die von der Regierung geplante Aufhebung von vielen Bistümern. Durch seine Ernennung zum Erzbischof von Besançon (1834) trat er eine schwieriges Amt an. Denn durch die Haltung seines Vorgängers in der Julirevolution war der Klerus gespalten und Mathieu mußte dessen Einigkeit wieder herstellen. Sein Temperament, seine autoritäre Art und seine gallikanische Ausrichtung führten zu verschiedenen Spannung zwischen ihm und seinem Klerus, der in ländlichen Gebieten eher ultramontan gesinnt war. Die Freiheit des Unterrichts verlangte Mathieu für die bestehenden und neuerrichteten Ausbildungsstätten - darunter St. Francois in Besançon - seines Sprengels. Er unterstützte viele Kongregationen von Frauen, die in der Ausbildung oder in Pflegeberufen tätig waren. Um das verbreitete Simultaneum in Montbéliard zu verdrängen, ließ Mathieu 11 Kirchen für die Katholiken bauen. Mathieu war dem Papst sehr ergeben; trat im Senat für die weltliche Macht des Papstes ein, widersetzte sich aber dennoch lange Zeit der Einführung der römischen Liturgie. Sein Rat war trotzdem oft erfragt worden, so vor allem von Nuntius Garibaldi in Bischofsernennungen. Nicht zuletzt deshalb erhielt er 1850 die Kardinalswürde. Als Teilnehmer am Vatikanischen Konzil gehörte er zu den Gegnern der Infallibilität, unterwarf sich aber uneingeschränkt. Nach der Konzilsperiode nahm sein Einfluß in politischen Angelegenheiten rasch ab. - Mathieus Bedeutung lag in seiner politischen und kirchenpolitischen Rolle innerhalb Frankreichs" (Biographisch-bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon V, 1013f.). - Der Empfänger der auf Französisch abgefassten Briefe ist Jacques (Jacob) Mislin (1807-1878). Der aus ärmlichen Verhältnissen stammende Mislin konnte dank seines Onkels an der berühmten Lehranstalt von Porrentruy im Schweizer Kanton Bern studieren, wo er nicht viel später auch selbst unterrichten sollte. Der 1830 zum Priester geweihte kath. Theologe wurde 1836 auf Vermittlung des Grafen von Bombelle an den Wiener Hof berufen, wo er einer der Lehrer der Söhne von Erzherzog Franz Karl und Erzherzogin Sophie wurde und damit sowohl den zukünftigen Kaiser Franz Joseph wie auch Erzherzog Ferdinand Maximilian (später Kaiser Max von Mexiko) unterrichtete (u.a. auch in Erdkunde). Vor der Revolution von 1848 unternahm Mislin eine Pilgerreise von Wien über Budapest und Konstantinopel nach Jersusalem. Der danach erschienene Reisebericht wurde in mehrere Sprachen übersetzt und mehrfach nachgedruckt. In den folgenden Jahren leitete er die Bibliothek am Hof der Herzogin von Parma, Erzherzogin Marie Louise, wurde zum Abt von St. Maria von Deg (Ungarn), geheimer Kämmerer u. Hausprälat Papst Pius' XI., Apostolischer Pronotar, Kanoniker der Kathedrale von Großwardein, Träger zahlr. Orden (u.a. von Spanien, Parma u. des Ritterordens vom Heiligen Grab zu Jerusalem) sowie Mitglied zahlr. Akademien. Der Verfasser zahlr. Publikationen und Vertraute des belgischen Königs und des Grafen von Chambord blieb nach der Rückkehr von seiner Pilgerreise in Wien, wo er weiterhin in persönlichem Kontakt mit dem Kaiserhaus stand. - In einem numerierten, von Mislin eigenh. beschrifteten Papierumschlag. - Sprache: Französisch Gewicht in Gramm: 500 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Memorials of the Sea My Father Being records of the adventurous life of the late William Scoresby Esq of Whitby 

      First edition. Lacks frontispiece portrait. 12mo. Contemporary cloth, boards stamped in blind, spine with pictorial gilt titles. Occasional spotting, one carelessly opened page affecting margin only, otherwise very good. viii,232pp. London, Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans, 1851. BOUND WITH: Memorials of the Sea. Sabbaths in the Arctic Region. Second edition. 12mo. viii,155,[1ads]pp. London, Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans,

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        Memorials of the Sea. Sabbaths in the Arctic Regions.

      London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1850. Undetermined. very good. 2nd Edition. viii,155,(1)pp. Octavo. Original blind stamped green cloth. Spine a bit faded. Original coated yellow endpapers. Corners a bit bumped. A touch of mild foxing mainly at the front and rear of the text. Arctic Biblio. 15616 the first edition was originally published in 1835 and contained 5 memorials of which this title was one. Very scarce. 1850

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        Scripture Conversation Illustrative of the OLD TESTAMENT. Calculated to instruct Youth in the first principles of SACRED HISTORY.

      London. No imprint or date, but circa 1850. Comprising 24 question cards, printed in red, and 24 answer cards printed in black, all contained in a card box with a pictorial pastedown label. Box restored, but with the original label. Scarce, no copy traced.

      [Bookseller: David Miles Books]
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        Portrait, Dreiviertelfigur vor gebirgiger Landschaft stehend nach halblinks, die rechte Hand hält er einen Bleistift über einem Blatt Papier, die linke ist in die Hose eingehackt, am Hals den "Pour le Mérite".

      Lithographie, Verlag u. Eigenthum des literarischen Instituts,ca. 1850, Gem. von C.Begas, Lith. von C.Wildt, 360 x 290 auf 530 x 309 mm die Lithographie auf dem aufgewalzten China frisch und flecken frei, Trägerpapier etwas gebräunt. Seltenes Blatt, feines Exemplar.

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        The Cartoons of Raphael

      England: BRADSHAW & BLACKLOCK, Licensees, 1850. VG, see details below. Presented between two boards covered in brown cloth, 1/2 leather (spine gone, boards thus are loose) the front cover being gilt-embossed with the title. 7 Color plates. Boards measure 10.25" wide by 12.625" high, sheets measure 10.25" x 11.75" and images measure 7.35" x 4.57" Titles of the seven prints are as follows: "The Beautiful Gate of The Temple", "Sacrifice at Lystra","Elymas Smitten Blind", "ST. PAUL, PREACHING AT ATHENS", "MIRACULOUS DRAUGHT OF THE FISHES", "DEATH OF ANNANIAS", "CHRIST'S CHARGE TO ST. PETER." All of these are produced by Bradshaw & Blacklock, Licensees, Manchester by Baxter's Patent (this informaqtion, as well as the title of each of the seven plates being delicately embossed in fancy border underneath the center of each image). YCFBA calls the prints " Aquatint, etching, stipple engraving and color woodcut on thick, smooth cream wove paper mounted on contemporary cream card." Others call them "Baxter's Process print made by Bradshaw and Blacklock of England." Bradshaw and Blacklock licensed the Baxter's process from Baxter in 1850's. These studies were produced soon after as far as we can determine. These are very rare items and were colored by aligning a block for each color used and impressing it over the engraving. These seven prints are exquisite in their composition, delicacy and vibrancy. While the cardstock they are printed upon shows signs of yellowing and age-toning at the perimeters, and a few plates have small folds or chipping at the corners and edges, the prints themselves are bright and clean. No text is present, and I believe none was issued with these, except perhaps a title-page or cover sheet. There is no printed text material present with this item, and research does not reveal further information on the printing or bibliographic history of these. The prints may be related to: "The cartoons of Raphael, London, New York, London Print. and Pub. Co., [18--?]," which is described as having 7 prints, each with letterpress guards and a few pages of text, but the measurements of this book do not align with the measurements of this book or contents, and no mention is made of the prints being in color. The closest reference to this portfolio can be found in an 1870 auction catalogue titled "Catalogue of the Library Belonging to Mr. John A. Rice...of Chicago to be sold by Auction...1870 by Bangs, Merwin." wherein there is an item (#2666) titled "The Cartoons of Raphael. A Series of Seven Colored Plates."

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        Eigenh. Musikmanuskript mit Namenszug im Titel.

      [Hannover?, um 1850]. - 2 SS. Folio. Recto die ersten 16 Takte zu "Vorgefühl von Jul. v. Rodenberg", hier noch als op. 176 bezeichnet, später als op. 173 bei André in Druck gegeben. - Verso ein 22taktiges Scherzo (Allegretto) für Violine und Klavier, partiturmäßig aufgeschrieben, sowie 56 Takte unbezeichnete melodische und akkordische Skizzen. - Julius von Rodenberg, von dem der Text zu "Vorgefühl" stammt, gehörte zum engsten Freundeskreis des älteren Komponisten. - Etwas fleckig und mit einigen kleinen ausgebesserten Randläsuren.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        [Ukiyoe Album of Kabuki Actors].

      (circa1850). A beautiful Japanese colour woodblock concertina album of actors. 28 leaves featuring 16 full page woodblocks, 5 diptychs and 2 leaves with 2 images on each. 18.2 x 12.5cm. Some occasional insect damage and joins at fore edges professionally repaired with wheat starch paste. A little insect damage on covers. A very attractive album. Utagawa Hirosada, or Gosotei Hirosada as he was also known, was an exceptional printmaker active in the period 1826 - 1863 in Osaka. He is believed to have died in 1865. In this album are 20 of his own prints, with the others attributed to the other artists. Fans of kabuki eagerly sought his prints which, in some cases, as shown in this album include the names of the actors. On others, due to the restrictions placed on actors by the authorities at the time, the actors remained unnamed.This album features images from the story Hakkenden (The Tale of the Eight Dogs) while others are from Chukoden (Tales of Loyalty and Filial Piety, or Biographies of Respectful Loyal Men).A most desirable album the colours are bright and strong with many striking compositions. Each actor is portrayed in three quarter profile a style which Hirosada was well known for. This album was almost certainly put together by a keen 19th century theatre fan who would have enjoyed the leafing through the images of their favourite stars of the Japanese stage much as any film star fan might do today. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 136632).

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        Narrative of an Expedition to the Shores of the Arctic Sea in 1846 and 1847

      Two large folding hand-coloured maps. 8vo. Original green publisher's cloth, stamped in blind and gilt, neatly rebacked with original spine laid down. Light wear to spine ends and corners. Bookplate on front paste down, embossed stamp on title-page and corner of one map. Very good. viii, 247, [1], 4,9-12 ads.pp. London,

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        Venezia.

      Italia, 1850 circa. Gouache, colore d'epoca, cm 19,7 x 58 (la parte figurata) più margini in nero, titolo in rosso al margine inferiore. Veduta generale della città di Venezia in bella e piacevole coloritura. Una leggera perdita di colore in alcune zone, difetti marginali, nell'insieme discreta conservazione.

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        Nizam. ( Vollblutt ).

      - Lithographie m. Tonplatte b. Felgner in Berlin, um 1850, 27 x 35 Sehr schöne Darstellung eines schwarzen Araberhengstes am Ufer eines Sees. - Restaurierter Einriß im unteren Rand.

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        The Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles in Hindustání.Calcutta (Kolkata), The Bible Translation Society, American and Foreign Bible Society, 1850. 12mo. With the title in Hindustani (Urdu) and English, and the text in Urdu only. The pages procede from right to left like a normal book in Arabic type. Set in 2 sizes of Arabic type with the English title in roman capitals. Contemporary dark brown cloth.

      Wesleyan Missionary notices, VIII (London, 1850), p. 199 (this edition?); WorldCat (2 copies). Rare Gospel of St Luke and Acts of the Apostles in the Hindustani (Urdu) language, in the Arabic script, printed by and for the Protestant Bible and missionary societies for free distribution in southern India. While India probably had more than 100,000 Urdu speakers at this date, few could read, so the book was published in an edition of 1500 copies (the edition size, with the year 1849, is printed at the foot of the first page of the main text: it was probably printed toward the end of 1849 for distribution in 1850, the year in the imprint).With a bookplate and an embossed stamp on the title-page and last two text leaves. Very slightly browned, but in very good condition. The binding cloth is cracked at the hinge and the backstrip damaged and secured with tape, but the binding is otherwise good. A rare Urdu missionary Bible text, in Arabic type.

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        Representative Men: Seven Lectures.

      Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Company, 1850. First edition, second state with the ads at end. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "Signor Gajani - with the respects of RW Emerson." Emerson attended lectures by the visiting Professor Guglielmo Gajani at the Concord Lyceum in 1856 and 1857. Gajani had served in Mazzini's first government, and the earlier of the two lectures was on the failure of Republicanism in Italy; his book The Roman Exile, published in New York in 1856, was on this subject too. Mazzini spent much time in London in the 1850s and was a regular visitor to Emerson's friend Thomas Carlyle. Octavo, original brown cloth, spine gilt-lettered. An excellent example with light rubbing and crown of the spine chipped. Housed in a cloth chemise and a half morocco clamshell box. Representative Men is a collection of seven lectures by Ralph Waldo Emerson, published as a book of essays in 1850. The first essay discusses the role played by "great men" in society, and the remaining six each extoll the virtues of one of six men deemed by Emerson to be great. They included: Plato ("the Philosopher"), Emanuel Swedenborg ("the Mystic"), Michel de Montaigne ("the Skeptic"), William Shakespeare ("the Poet"), Napoleon ("the Man of the World") and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ("the Writer").

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        Hekiryu insai ha sha teki shu. [The book of Heki-Ryu Insai ha school archery target shooting] - illustrated manuscript in Japanese.

      [Kyoto?: Yamazaki (compiler),, c.1850. Octavo-size (232 × 150 mm). 158-page manuscript, unpaginated, in a crisp, clear late Edo-style script, red and black inks, fukuro-toji, pocket-bound, in tendril-embossed blue paper wraps, calligraphic title label to front panel. Over 80 hand-coloured pen and ink illustrations throughout, many full-page, all with excellent detail, and with explicatory captioning. Some stripping and worming to the wraps, some very slight worming to head margin front and back, but remains a remarkable, bright exemplar. Wonderful late Edo-period manuscript on the archery of the Heki-ryu insai ha school, a branch of kyujutsu tracing its origins to the teachings of the semi-legendary master Heki Danjo Masatsugu (c.1440-1505). It is told that when HJeki Danjo was around forty "he had a revelation about the working of the bow which he called 'Hi, Kan, Chu' (Fly, Pierce, Centre). After experimenting with various ways of holding and drawing the bow, Heki Danjo discovered a new and devastatingly accurate method of shooting that completely revolutionised the course of Japanese archery. Prior to Heki Danjo, shooting styles varied greatly and there was little in the way of formalised teaching, especially in the case of battlefield technique. Archers mostly trained on their own, adopting whatever methods they felt were most effective. The samurai were quick to recognise the potential of Heki Danjo's shooting style, however, so it did not take long for the method to spread" (Onuma, De Prospero and De Prospero, Kyudo: The Essence and Practice of Japanese Archery, p.16). With the advent of firearms in the mid-sixteenth century, and the pacification of the warring factions under the Tokugawa shogunate in the early seventeenth century, the practical usefulness of archery waned, but its practice was encouraged with the development of kyudo as a "martial way", as opposed to the battlefield techniques of kyujustsu, with various schools, or ryu, forming, many claiming direct transmission from Heki Danjo . The present manuscript represents the teachings of the Hekiryu insai ha school, founded by Toshida Insai - who was Tokugawa Ieyasu's archery master, having himself been taught by Heki Danjo - and still extant today, and offers detailed guidelines on all aspects of archery: the creation of a kyudojo, similar to the famous Sanjusangendo (Hall of Thirty-three Bays) in Kyoto, still used for an annual Toshiyo, or archery contest; the types of target used; varieties of bow and arrow; the specifics of feathers for fletching; target areas for the hunting of boar and deer; the correct nocking of arrows; and the knotting of the bowstring. A richly-illustrated, and highly attractive, but entirely practical Japanese archery manual from the nineteenth century, such documents are far from common, particularly when so well-preserved.

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        Miniature book] Luakh Taf Reish Yud Alef lepkuda Ktana. Vom 7ten Sept. 1850 bis den 26ten Sept. 1851. Rodelhim

      I Lehrberger u. Comp., Roedelheim 1850 - 20 leaves. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Habitants de Manille [Manila]

      1850 - Fascinating watercolor of Manila inhabitants. S.l. [c. 1850]. (216 x 173 mm). Watercolor on paper, signed F. J. C. Samll foxing spots, overall very good. 7,000 $ A beautiful original watercolor drawing of Manila costumes, signed by François Jules Collignon; the scene portrays three inhabitants of Manila, in local attires, two men and one woman, smoking a cigar in the city of Manila. The artist captured a moment of relax between the inhabitants of Manila, with the city on the background, showing the bridge of Manila. Collignon (c.1800-1850) was a French artist, an accomplished painter and lithographer, his work was included in the prestigious Salon de Paris in 1835; in 1839 he began working with etching and lithography. The scene was later engraved, and published in Lafond´s Voyages author du Monde et Naufrages celebres (1851).

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        Astronomischer Bilder-Atlas (Atlas-Mappe + Textheft).

      Stuttgart, Wilhelm Nitzschke, o. J. (ca. 1850). - Braune verschließbare Original-Ganzleinenmappe im Format 32 x 26 cm mit goldgeprägtem Deckeltitel sowie ornamentalen Blindprägungen. Außerdem zugehöriges Textheft (2. Aufl., 84 S., 1 Bl.). Sehr seltenes Atlaswerk des Augsburger Mathematikers und Kosmographen Ludwig Preyssinger, enthaltend 12 ganzseitige, überwiegend kolorierte lithographische Tafeln auf Karton, welche folgende Himmelskonstellationen abbilden: Taf. I: Die Central-Sonne und die Ansicht von der Fixsternenwelt. Taf. II: Himmels Karte mit den Sternen welche während des ganzen Jahres sichtbar sind. Taf. III: Darstellung des Sonnensystems, die Planeten mit ihren Bahnen, wie sie bis heute bekannt sind. Taf. IV: Vergleichende Darstellung der Grösse der Planeten. Taf. V: Die Sonne und verschiedene Erscheinungen derselben. Taf. VI: Der Mond durch das Fernrohr gesehen. Taf. VII: Transparente Darstellung der Mondphasen. Taf. VIII: Finsternisse (Mondfinsterniss - Sonnenfinsterniss; niedrige Fluth - Springfluth) Taf. IX: Ansicht von den Jahreszeiten nebst den Zeichen des Thierkreises. Taf X: Die Erde und ihre Atmosphäre. Taf. XI: Kometen und Aerolithen. Taf. XII: Mathemat. Geographische Begriffsversinnlichungen. Das Besondere an den kunstvoll gestalteten Tafeln sind unter anderem zahlreiche kleine oder größere, mit transparentem Buntpapier hinterlegte Ausstanzungen, so daß die betreffenden Areale, sobald die Tafeln ins Licht gehalten werden, aufleuchten und zum Beispiel die Himmels-Karte als leuchtender Sternenhimmel erscheint. Alle Tafeln mit erklärenden Texten. Mit enthalten ist ferner das zugehörige Textheft (Ergänzungs-Text zum Astronomischen Bilder-Atlas) mit den jeweiligen Tafeln zugeordneten astronomischen und kosmographischen Erläuterungen. Ludwig Preyssinger lehrte als Professor für Mathematik, Chemie, Physik, Kosmographie und Naturgeschichte am Königlichen Lyceum Augsburg und fungierte zugleich als Leiter des Augsburger Observatoriums. Mappe am unteren Rand etwas aufgehellt bzw. lichtrandig, eine Ecke leicht bestoßen. Sonst sehr gutes, frisches Exemplar; alle Tafeln vorzüglich erhalten. Sehr gutes Exemplar dieses sehr seltenen, bis ins Detail aufwendig gestalteten astronomischen Atlanten. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben).

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        Imitation De Jésus-Christ

      Gruel Engelmann, Paris - traduit par Lamennais, sans date (1850), reliure signée THIERRY, succr de PETIT-SIMIER, en maroquin brun à grain long, intérieur velours violet, dos à 5 nerfs portant en lettres gothiques dorées le titre de l'ouvrage et "Paris, Gruel" au bas du dos, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées. Reproduction d'un manuscrit ancien, avec 102 pages enluminées par Robert Engelmann, puis un historique de l'ornementation des manuscrits et une explication des planches par H. Michelant (122 pp), et en fin d'ouvrage, la liste des souscripteurs; texte avec encadrements, rinceaux et figurines empruntés au "rosario de la virgine maria, Venice, 1556". Très bel ouvrage. (374 x 780 mm). Rare. Size: In Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        \"Der Leuchtthurm. Wochenschrift für Politik, Literatur und gesellschaftliches Leben. Redigirt von Ernst Keil und L. Vogel. 4. Jahrgang 1849, No. 1-17, 31-48. 5. Jahrgang 1850, No. 1-12. u. Jahrgang 1851, No. 1-25. Fortgesetzt unter dem Titel Die Wartburg\"\". Ab 1850 jeweils mit den Beiblättern \"\"Die Wespe\"\", später \"\"Schildwacht\"\", dann \"\"Spitzkugeln\"\". (Beigegeben 4. Jahrgang, 1849, 10 Hefte u. einige Beiblätter).\"\"\"

      Leipzig, Ernst Keil & Comp. 1850 - 1851. 4°.Zus. Ca 2.000 Seiten mit zahlreichen Textillustrationen in Holzstich sowie vielen lithogr. Porträttafeln. 4 rote uniforme Halblederbände der Zeit mit Rückengoldprägung, Rückenschildchen. Gut erhalten, im Text frisch und nahezu fleckenfrei. Jahrgang 1848 in Pappband d.Zt., stärker berieben. Innen fleckig. \"Estermann 8,104; Kirchner 11066. - Umfangreiches Konvolut der letzten Jahrgänge dieses demokratischen Oppositionsblattes des Journalisten und Verlegers Ernst Keil, des späteren Gründers und Leiters der \"\"Gartenlaube\"\", der aber schon während seiner Buchhandelszeit schriftstellerisch für das \"\"Junge Deutschland\"\" tätig war. \"\"Der Leuchtthurm\"\", von 1846 bis 1850 in 5 Jahrgängen erschienen, 1850-1851 unter dem Titel \"\"Wartburg\"\" mitdurchgehender Seitenzählung fortgeführt, gilt als \"\"ein Organ, bemerkenswerth in der Geschichte des bis dahin ... dürftig gewesenen vormärzlichen Journalismus, dessen Eintritt als ein Ereigniß ersten Ranges und eine eingreifend bedeutsame Wendung hervorragt und ein journalistisches Unternehmen, welches eine für die damaligen Verhältnisse ganz ungewöhnliche Verbreitung fand\"\" (ADB). - Beigebunden (vor S. 665) ein Flugblatt des Verlages v. 1. October 1850, in dem die Umbenennung auf Wartburg erläutert wird. Angebunden: Illustrirter Dorfbarbier .. Von Ferdinand Stolle. 1. Jahrgang 181, Heft 1. u. Heft 11. Je 8 S.\" Versand D: 15,00 EUR Geschichte, Revolution 1848/1849, Deutschland, Österreich, Der Leuchtthurm, Die Wartburg

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        Münster mit Vorplatz ('Facade de la Cathédrale d'Ulm. - Ansicht des Ulmer Doms.').

      - kolorierte Lithographie v. Deroy n. Aug. Mathieu gedr. b. Lemercier in Paris b. Goupil & Cie in Paris, London und Berlin, um 1850, 42,5 x 28,5 Schefold, Alte Ansichten aus Württemberg, Nr. 9954. - Zeigt das Münster mit Rathaus und Fischkasten.

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        BADEN-BADEN., Schöner Rundblick auf die Stadt und die umliegenden Berge vom Häßlich aus.

      Stahlstich von E. Willmann, um 1850, 35 x 53 cm. Sauberes und sehr breitrandiges Blatt in gutem Druck. Baden-Württemberg

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        Virginia B. Pickett's Bound-Volume of Printed and Manuscript Sheet Music, circa 1850s -- 1860s

      (Richmond, Virginia), 1850. Very Good. Folio. Quarter bound in contemporary blind-tooled morocco and marbled paper over boards, with Virginia Pickett's name stamped in gold on a red leather label on the front board, edges mottled red. Spine professionally re-backed with part of the original leather spine laid-down, overall surface abrasions, scattered foxing and staining, with intermittent tears to some scores, very good.A custom-bound volume of 18 early/mid-19th century piano-vocal sheet music scores and one manuscript score belonging to Virginia Beverley Pickett, sister of Confederate General George Pickett. With Virginia Picket's ownership signature in pencil on the front paste-down, and written in ink elsewhere throughout the volume on a few scores: "Jenny Pickett, Richmond, Va." Bound in at the back are two manuscript leaves of music with lyrics of a song by Thomas Moore: "Tell Me Not of Joys Alone", likely written in Pickett's hand. Also included are lyrics from Stephen Foster's song: Old Folks at Home written in manuscript (with interesting variations) on the back of a score, and manuscript lyrics of three other Irish songs by Thomas Moore.The printed scores and manuscript date from the early 1850s-1860s. An interesting association: Gen. George Pickett may well have enjoyed listening to his sister sing and play from this volume at the piano. Both are buried together in Hollywood cemetery, Richmond. A detailed list of the scores in the order in which they are bound follows, together with the manuscript lyrics:Manuscript Lyrics. Robin Adair song lyrics written in manuscript on a sheet pinned in at the front. (A traditional Irish song by Lady Caroline Keppel, referenced by Jane Austen in her 1815 novel Emma when Jane Fairfax plays it on the piano).1. Giuseppe Verdi. Il Tramonto. Illustrated lithographic cover. Milano: Francesco Lucca (plate no. 5640): pp. [2 (lithographic cover)] 1-5 [6 (blank)].2. Gioachino Rossini. At Length a Brilliant Ray. Cavatina from Semiramide. Philadelphia: A. Fiot. pp. [1-2 (cover)] 3-9 [10 (blank)].3. (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart). "E Susanna non vien!" Recitative and Aria (No. 19) from Le Nozze di Figaro. (Paris: chez Brandus et Cie. pp. [155 (front cover recto)] 156-160 (music) [161-162 (back cover).4. Giovanni Pacini. "Flutto che muggi ... Teco dall'are pronube" Aria Finale (No. 4) from Saffo. Paris: Edmond Mayaud / chez Bernard Latte (plate no. B.L. 2564). pp. [2 (cover)] 1-10 [2 (back cover)]. A variant/custom version of lyrics from the song: Old Folks at Home are written in manuscript (in pencil) on the last page:Way down upon the Swanee ribber,Far, far away!There's where my heart is turning ebber,There's where the old folks stay!All round about the whole creation,Sadly I roam!Still longing for the old plantation,And for the Old folks at home!All the world am sad and dreary,Every where I roam!Oh! Darkies how my heart grows weary,Far from the Old folks at home!One little hut among the bushes,So dear to me!Note: Old Folks at Home (also known as "Swanee Ribber") is a minstrel song written by Stephen Foster in 1851. Since 1935 it has been the official state song of Florida, although in 2008 the original lyrics were expurgated.5. Vincenzo Bellini. "Qui La Voce" from I Puritani. Boston: Oliver Ditson 115 Washington St. (plate no. 2294). pp. [1 (front cover)] 2-9 [10 (blank)]. Signed in ink on the front cover: "Jenny Pickett, Richmond, Va."6. Carl Maria von Weber. "Come una volta il sonno soleami" Scena ed Aria nell opera Il Franco Arciero (Der Freyschutz). Paris: Maurice Schlesinger (plate no. M.S. 339). pp. [2 (cover)] 61-69 [70 (blank)].7. Just. Geraldy. La Festa (Canzonette). Wien: Pietro Mechetti (plate no. 4210). pp. [1-2 (front cover)] 3-7 [8 (blank)]. Three stanzas of: I Saw From the Beach (Thomas Moore/Irish Melody) neatly copied in manuscript on a blue sheet laid-down on the last blank page. I Saw From The BeachI saw from the beach, when the morning was shining, A bark o'er the waters move gloriously on; I came when the sun o'er that beach was declining, The bark was still there, but the waters were gone. And such is the fate of our life's early promise, So passing the spring-tide of joy we have known; Each wave that we danced on at morning ebbs from us, And leaves us, at eve, on the bleak shore alone.Ne'er tell me of glories, serenely adorningThe close of our day, the calm eve of our night; -Give me back, give me back the wild freshness of morningHer clouds and her tears are worth evening's best light.8. Vincenzo Bellini. "Care compagne e voi teneri amici" Recitative and Cavatina (No. 4) from La Sonnambula. Paris: chez Mme. Vve. Launer / Milan: chez G. Ricordi (plate no. (2782). Pp. [2 (front cover)] 1-11 [12 (blank)].9. Gaetano Donizetti. The Wild Flowers Soon Will Shed Their Bloom ("Fra poco a me"). Philadelphia: J.E. Gould, Successor to A. Fiot. pp. [2 (front cover, verso blank)] [1 (front cover, repeated on recto)] 2-9 [10 (blank)].10. Giacomo Meyerbeer. "Nobles seigneurs, salut!" Cavatine (No. 5) from Les Huguenots. Paris: Maurice Schlesinger (plate no. M.S. 2137 5?). pp. [1 (cover)] 2-5 [6 (blank)].11. Giacomo Meyerbeer. Roberto il Diavolo Aria (No. 5). Paris: Brandus et Cie. (plate no. 5372 (5)). pp. [1 (front cover recto)] 2-11 [12 (blank)].12. Gioachino Rossini. Now With Grief No Longer Bending. The Admired Air with Variations as sung in Cinderella. (Italian lyrics interlined in pencil). New York: Dubois & Stodart, No. 167 Broadway. Pp. [2 (front cover)] 2-6 [7 (blank)].13. D. Rubini. Rondinella. Paris: chez Flaxland. pp. [2 (front cover)] [1 (blank)] 2-5 [6 (blank)].14. Verdi. La Donnae Mobile / Woman is changeable. Canzone (No. 12) from Rigoletto. Boston: Oliver Ditson, 115 Washington St., J.B. Bufford's Lith., Boston. (Plate no. 6293). Front cover: "The Beauties of Rigoletto" illustrated with a lithograph by J.B. Bufford. Pp. [1-2 (front cover)] 3-5 [6 (blank)]. Signed in ink on the front cover: "Jenny Pickett, Richmond, Va." (her signature is partially trimmed along the top).15. Gaetano Donizetti. Duetto ("Faliero oh dimie pene" / "Di vergogna"). Duetto (No. 10) from Marino Faliero. In German and Italian. Mayence, Anvers et Bruxelles: chez les fils de B. Schott. (Plate no. 4496.10). pp. [81 (front cover recto)] 82-93 [94 (blank)].16. Vincenzo Bellini. Duetto ("Sai come arde in petto mio"). Duetto (No. 2) from I Puritani. In Italian and German. Mayence, Anvers et Bruxelles: chez les fils de B. Schott. (Plate no. 4229.2). pp. [9 (front cover recto)] 10-29 [30 (blank)]. Two stanzas of:Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms (Thomas Moore/Irish Song) neatly copied in manuscript on a blue sheet laid-down on the last blank page:Believe me, if all those endearing young charmsWhich I gaze on so fondly today,Were to change by tomorrow, and fleet in my arms,Like fairy gifts fading away,Thou wouldst still be adored, as this moment thou art,Let thy loveliness fade as it will,And around the dear ruin each wish of my heartWould entwine itself verdantly still.It is not while beauty and youth are thine own,And thy cheek unprofaned by a tearThat the fervor and faith of a soul can be knownTo which time will but make thee more dear;No, the heart that has truly loved never forgets,But as truly loves on to the close,As the sun-flower turns on her god, when he sets,The same look which she turn'd when he rose.1856 / 187917. Fly My Skiff Amid the Roses (Die Erwartung) / J. Schuberth's edition of Vocal Gems of all Nations for voice and piano-forte. Pp. [1-2 (front cover)] 3-9 [10 (blank)]. Signed in ink on the front cover: "Jenny Pickett, Richmond, Va."18. Music Manuscript (piano-vocal score). "Tell me not of joys above" 4pp. (last page blank). Lyrics by Thomas Moore, from the poem Lalla Rookh.19. Anton Diabelli. Variazionen von Rode ("A dolce canto del Dio d'amore"). Wein, bei A. Diabelli et Comp. Oblong quarto. pp. [2 (front cover)] 3-7 [8 (blank)]. Signed in ink on the front cover: "Jenny Pickett, Richmond, Va." Condition note: damaged: with creasing and lacking part of right margins.

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        \"Erinnerung an die Sächsische Schweiz\". Gesamtansicht von der Bastei aus mit reicher, origineller Personenstaffage (Mittelstück ca. 22 x 35 cm), umgeben von etwa 27 weiteren Ansichten aus der Sächsischen Schweiz in üppiger ornamentaler Verzierung.

       Lithographie mit Tonplatte von A.C. Haun, gedruckt bei W. Korn im Verlag von W. Zawitz um 1850, 39 x 53 cm. Die Hauptansicht mit schönem Blick ins Elbtal in frischem Altkolorit. Die Ansichten zeigen u.a. Schandau, Herrnketschen, Tetschen, Pirna, Pillnitz, Königstein, Hohnstein, Lohmen, Lilienstein, Basteifelsen. - Oben knapprandig, kleinere Randdefekte. - Kapitalblatt von enormer dekorativer Wirkung. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Sachsen und Sachsen-Anhalt, Souvenir-Blätter

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        Gesamtansicht, "Wien von den Anhöhen bei Nussdorf.".

      - Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Sandmann, F.X. b. Paternos Witwe & Sohn Wien, 1850, 41 x 65 Nicht bei Nebehay-Wagner, Paulusch, Ikonografie von Österreich, W5694. Pachtvolle Ansicht von Wien, wir blicken die Eichelhofstraße gen Süden, hinter dem alten Steintor sieht man die damaligen Vororte Nußdorf und Heiligenstadt; im Bildmittelpunkt die Fernsicht der Stadt Wien, seltenes, großes Blatt; wenige kleine Randeinrisse professionell restauriert, von sehr guter Erhaltung

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        LANGENSALZA., Gesamtansicht von der Ostseite (15,5 x 29 cm), umgeben von 10 weiteren Ansichten.

      Kol. Lithographie mit Tonplatte "Nach der Natur gezeichnet u. gemalt v. W.F. Schneemann Maler", lithographiert bei Arnz, Düsseldorf, verlegt bei J.W. Klinghammer, um 1850, 34 x 47 cm. Die hübsch staffagierten Ansichten zeigen das Rathaus, Schulberg, Schützenhaus, Bonifatius- und Stephanskirche, Schloß Dryburg, Bad, Böhmen, Weissen's Garten und Ette's Haus. - Im Rand gering fleckig, einige kleine Einrisse hinterlegt. Aufwendig in Echtgoldleiste gerahmt. Thüringen

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        MARIENBAD., "Erinnerung an Marienbad". Schöne Gesamtansicht (15 x 21 cm) von einer Anhöhe aus mit biedermeierlicher Personenstaffage, umgeben von 16 Teilansichten (u.a. Schloß Königswart, Stift Tepl, Gasthof Schönau, Hammerhof, Hirtenruhe, Podhorn, Friedrichstein, sowie diverse Brunnen und Quellen).

      Altkolorierte Lithographie mit Tonplatte von J. Stark bei Höfelich, Wien, um 1850, 27 x 38 cm. Kleinere Randdefekte sorgfältig restauriert. - Sehr schönes, zeitgenössisches Kolorit. Europa, Tschechoslowakei (ehem.)

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        MARIENBAD. "Erinnerung an Marienbad". Schöne Gesamtansicht (15 x 21 cm) von einer Anhöhe aus mit biedermeierlicher Personenstaffage, umgeben von 16 Teilansichten (u.a. Schloß Königswart, Stift Tepl, Gasthof Schönau, Hammerhof, Hirtenruhe, Podhorn, Friedrichstein, sowie diverse Brunnen und Quellen).

      - Altkolorierte Lithographie mit Tonplatte von J. Stark bei Höfelich, Wien, um 1850, 27 x 38 cm. Kleinere Randdefekte sorgfältig restauriert. - Sehr schönes, zeitgenössisches Kolorit.

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        BAD TÖLZ., Gesamtansicht vom Kalvarienberg im Norden aus mit schönem Blick ins Isartal und die Berge im Vordergrund Heuernte, auf der Isar Flößer.

      Lithographie mit Tonplatte von Hohbach, um 1850, 18 x 27 cm. Nicht bei Lentner. - Sehr seltene, mit einer Ernteszene im Vordergrund und Flößern hübsch staffagierte Ansicht. BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        Andenken an Helgoland'.

      - gouachierter u. eiweißgehöhter Stahlstich v. Gray n. Laer b. Berendsohn, um 1850, 36 x 51,5 Souvenirblatt mit 17 Ansichten. - Mittig Gesamtansicht von Helgoland umgeben vom Leuchtturm, Mormersgat (2x), Stadt London, Treppe, Strand, 'Das Pferd', Oberland, Landungsplatz, Unterland, Konversationshaus, Kirche, Queen of England und Felshöhle.

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        A Narrative of the Peninsular War

      London: John Hearne, 1850. Fourth Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 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).

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        Heraldic manuscript with municipal coats-of-arms of The Netherlands.

      The Netherlands, ca. 1850. Folio, full modern vellum, in modern green linen cassette. 105 pages. Illustrated with hand coloured coats-of-arms. With a restoration report by F.P.T. Götz, 1998. Ex-libris Daniel de Bruin. This manuscript may have been intended for the first printed book with municipal coats of arms by W.J. d'Ablaing van Giessenburg dating from 1862. The manuscript deals with the following provinces: Noord-Brabant, Noord-Holland, Zuid-Holland, Zeeland, Overijssel, Groningen and Limburg and all the municipalities that were included in those provinces at the time. Some coats-of-arms with full heraldic regalia, some only the shield. H183.

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        Gecostumeerde voorstelling van den intogt van Maurits, Prins van Oranje, Graaf van Nassau enz. en Willem Lodewijk, Graaf van Nassau, binnen Groningen in den jare 1594, door H.H. Studenten der Groninger Hoogeschool bij gelegenheid der inwijding van het nieuwe Academiegebouw.

      Groningen, J.H. van de Weijer, 1850. Oblong, in original decorated cloth, spine worn. Large leporello, first two parts loose. First fold has a tear. Title page loose and some damage in the margin. One long coloured lithographed plate folded many times, showing a costumed 'masquarade' parade. B2308.

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        Jane Eyre: An Autobiography. In Two Volumes (bound as one)

      Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1850. Book. Very Good. Half-Leather. 16mo - over 5¾ - 6¾" tall. Very early edition of this masterpiece novel printed in English in Leipzig, Germany, in 1850, only three years after the first edition was published in London in 1847. Copyright Edition. Two volumes bound as one with separate title pages both dated 1850 and separate pagination. xi + 314 and 344 pages. "Collection of British Authors. Volume CXLVI" appears only before the second title page. Original-period red half-leather binding with gray cloth boards and gilt lettering and ruling on the spine, which includes the title "Jane Eyre." at the top and the initials "A.J.B." at the bottom. Book measures approximately 6 1/4" x 4 3/4" x 1 1/4". Contains the "Preface to the Second London Edition" and the "Note to the Third London Edition" by Charlotte Bronte. In VERY GOOD condition. Book is bright and clean, tightly bound, straight and square, with only slight sunning to the spine. The gilt lettering remains bright and unworn. Light rubbing to the spine ends and leather corner tips. Moderately heavy sun-fading to the gray cloth boards, or else light staining. Faint foxing to the outer edges of the text block. Leather joints and inner hinges remain strong, firm and secure. Excellent interior except for a small closed tear at the top edge of the front endpaper, a small open tear at the top blank margin of four consecutive pages, Vol. I 75-77 and 91-93, without loss of text, a small open tear at the side blank margin of two consecutive pages, Vol. II 221-223, with loss of two letters "li" in the word "like" on page 224, and a small open tear to the top corners of two consecutive pages, Vol. II 237-239. Also light foxing to the endpapers and first title page and some very sporadic faint foxing to a few of the text pages. Otherwise the pages are bright, very clean, supple and unmarked with no looseness or sense of fragility. Previous owner's signature on front pastedown dated 1939..

      [Bookseller: Odysseus Books]
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        STUNNING ORIGINAL GLAZED OFFICE DISPLAY CASE FROM THE FAMOUS COTTON MILL.

      Preston ;- Horrockses Miller & Co. N.D. Circa 1850 - An amazing and most unique survival from the heyday of the Victorian Textile industry. Measuring 23" x 19" x 4" deep. Containing original Cotton samples with descriptive labels. A little rubbed and age-toned but nonetheless a QUITE SUPERB Museum piece ! ( N.B. Buyer collects as the item is very heavy and being glazed would defy posting !) Horrockses was founded in Preston in 1791 as a Cotton manufacturer and became one of the most famous in the country with a world wide reputation. In 1946 the company started Horrockses Fashions Limited and the Horrockses label was born. The clothing was designed by designers in London, using cotton that was designed and produced by the Horrockses Mill in Preston. It is from here that this Display Cabinet would have graced the wall of the entrance lobby or main office.

      [Bookseller: HALEWOOD AND SONS ABA ILAB Est. 1867.]
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        Hekiryu insai ha sha teki shu. [The book of Heki-Ryu Insai ha school archery target shooting] - illustrated manuscript in Japanese.

      [Kyoto?: Yamazaki (compiler), c.1850 - Octavo-size (232 × 150 mm). 158-page manuscript, unpaginated, in a crisp, clear late Edo-style script, red and black inks, fukuro-toji, pocket-bound, in tendril-embossed blue paper wraps, calligraphic title label to front panel. Some stripping and worming to the wraps, some very slight worming to head margin front and back, but remains a remarkable, bright exemplar. Over 80 hand-coloured pen and ink illustrations throughout, many full-page, all with excellent detail, and with explicatory captioning. Wonderful late Edo-period manuscript on the archery of the Heki-ryu insai ha school, a branch of kyujutsu tracing its origins to the teachings of the semi-legendary master Heki Danjo Masatsugu (c.1440-1505). It is told that when HJeki Danjo was around forty "he had a revelation about the working of the bow which he called 'Hi, Kan, Chu' (Fly, Pierce, Centre). After experimenting with various ways of holding and drawing the bow, Heki Danjo discovered a new and devastatingly accurate method of shooting that completely revolutionised the course of Japanese archery. Prior to Heki Danjo, shooting styles varied greatly and there was little in the way of formalised teaching, especially in the case of battlefield technique. Archers mostly trained on their own, adopting whatever methods they felt were most effective. The samurai were quick to recognise the potential of Heki Danjo's shooting style, however, so it did not take long for the method to spread" (Onuma, De Prospero and De Prospero, Kyudo: The Essence and Practice of Japanese Archery, p.16). With the advent of firearms in the mid-sixteenth century, and the pacification of the warring factions under the Tokugawa shogunate in the early seventeenth century, the practical usefulness of archery waned, but its practice was encouraged with the development of kyudo as a "martial way", as opposed to the battlefield techniques of kyujustsu, with various schools, or ryu, forming, many claiming direct transmission from Heki Danjo . The present manuscript represents the teachings of the Hekiryu insai ha school, founded by Toshida Insai - who was Tokugawa Ieyasu's archery master, having himself been taught by Heki Danjo - and still extant today, and offers detailed guidelines on all aspects of archery: the creation of a kyudojo, similar to the famous Sanjusangendo (Hall of Thirty-three Bays) in Kyoto, still used for an annual Toshiyo, or archery contest; the types of target used; varieties of bow and arrow; the specifics of feathers for fletching; target areas for the hunting of boar and deer; the correct nocking of arrows; and the knotting of the bowstring. A richly-illustrated, and highly attractive, but entirely practical Japanese archery manual from the nineteenth century, such documents are far from common, particularly when so well-preserved.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        An Arctic Voyage to Baffin's Bay and Lancaster Sound, in Search of Friends with Sir John Franklin.

      1850 - First edition. Frontispiece and folding map. 12mo. Later blue cloth, stamped in blind, spine gilt. Very clean. Near fine. viii, 152pp. London, John Van Voorst, Narrative of the author's eight-month journey in search of his brother, who had sailed with Sir John Franklin in his final (and fateful) expedition. Goodsir, a medical doctor and lately the president of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, sailed twice to the Arctic in search of his brother, Harry, who was assistant surgeon and naturalist to the Franklin Expedition. This work recounts his first such journey. Extracted from the author's journal, the tale includes interactions with Eskimos, an excursion to hunt polar bears, and a whale hunt; likewise, a thorough description of arctic scenery, wildlife, and landscape, with which the author was quite smitten.Arctic Bibliography, 5919; Sabin, 27931. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA]
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        Borneo. Remarks on a Recent ?Naval Execution?.

      1850 - First edition. Folding, partly coloured map & lithograph plate. 8vo. Modern binding of quarter calf with cloth boards and leather spine label, gilt on black, map is very slightly torn at the margin, without loss, very good indeed. 47pp. London, Effingham Wilson, Scarce. Napier's strident attack on James Brooke, the first Raja of Sarawak. Brooke's rise to power was partly due to the favour he gained through an ongoing campaign against the Dayaks who had formed alliances with the sultan of Brunei's sherifs and were assisting in pirate raids as far north as Sumatra. The most notorious of these occured on the night of 31 July 1849, when Brooke engaged Captain Arthur Farquhar's ships to attack the Dayaks of the Saribas. The battle of Beting Marau at the mouth of the Saribas resulted in the killing of over 1000 Dayaks. Napier wrote out of concern that Brooke's actions weren't attracting sufficient notice in the English press. As such he outlines Brooke's ascent to power and various qualifications that he sought to overcome in his campaign. He reprints notices from Thomas Cochrane condemning piracy in the region and cites articles from the Illustrated London News, Journal of the Indian Archipelago and the Singapore Free Press. Napier minutely examines the accounts of the punitive expedition and questions Brooke's actions at every point. The maps is titled: ?Sketch chart of part of the north west coast of Borneo exhibiting the relative positions of the British settlement of Labuan the territory of Sarawak and the precise locality of the surprise and massacre of the Sarebas and Sakarran Dyaks, on the Night of July 31st 1849.? The plate illustrates the massacre. A number of tip-in slips with Donald Hawley's manuscript notes are inserted. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA]
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        Poems...New Edition.

      Two vols. London: Chapman & Hall, 1850. Two vols., 8vo., xii, 362; vii, 480 pp. Original slate-blue fine-ribbed cloth, blocked in blind with floral border and center medallion to both boards, and title in gilt to backstrip. Housed in a brown half-morocco and buckram slipcase, with matching four-fold buckram folders for each volume. Covers are slightly scuffed, backstrip with a hint of sun-toning, early owner signature in ink to first endpaper of volume two; a very good set. With the bookplate of H. Bradley Martin to the folder encasing volume one. The second, revised and expanded edition, in the secondary binding (with "London" on the backstrip). It includes a new advertisement by the author, the true first appearance of "Sonnets from the Portuguese," an entirely new version of "one early failure," being a translation of Prometheus of Aeschylus titled "Prometheus Bound," and other poems "hitherto unprinted." One of T. J. Wise's most audacious forgeries was a "pre-print" of the Sonnets, dated "Reading, 1847," corroborated by Edmund Gosse with an anecdote about its origin (Critical Kit-Kats, 1896). Tinker 399. Wise, Ashley Library, I, 95. Barnes A6.

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller]
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