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        Lettre autographe signée (1914) à Maximilien Luce

      - GRAVE Jean (1854-1939). Militant anarchiste et écrivain français. Lettre autographe signée, Clifton, 21 octobre 1914, au peintre Maximilien Luce, 4 pages in-8. Très intéressante lettre en vue d’un mouvement pacifiste quelques semaines après le début de la Première Guerre mondiale. « Leur démontrer l’imbécillité des guerres, l’intérêt qu’ont les peuples de vivre et travailler en paix » « Mon cher Luce, ( ) Ceux que j’aurais voulu remuer d’abord, ce sont ceux qui sont le plus écoutés du public, France, Séverine, Mirbeau, quelques autres, les autres, je pense, sont d’avance acquis. Mais, jusqu’à présent, sauf France, par Hermann-Paul, aucun ne donne signe de vie. Sans doute, il est bien trop tôt de parler des conditions de paix, alors que les Allemands sont encore en France ; de plus, pour que la paix so it ce que nous voulons, une réconciliation avec le peuple allemand, il faut que son militarisme soit écrasé. Mais cette campagne demandera du temps, des hommes et de l’argent ( ) Ici en Angleterre, nombre de socialistes et de libéraux, ont déjà commence la campagne en publiant des manifestes pour exposer leur programme : travailler l’opinion publique pour empêcher les diplomates de brouiller les cartes, lors de la conclusion de la paix ( ) De plus, il y aurait une autre campagne du même ordre à mener de suite, et qui aurait dût être favorisée par le gouvernement, s’il n’avait pas si peur des idées d’émancipation, si Guesde et Sembat n’étaient pas des moules ( ) S’il est vrai comme on nous dit, qu’ils ont été trompés, il serait bon et profitable de leur ouvrir les yeux. De leur démontrer l’imbécillité des guerres, l’intérêt qu’ont les peuples de vivre et travailler en paix, que les alliés ne veulent nullement attenter à leurs droits, à leur liberté ni à leur bien-être ( ) J. Grave ».

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        Un seigneur et son écuyer regardant trois femmes à l'éventail près de l'eau

      1854. - 1854, 23x35cm, Format Oban, une feuille. - stampa originale stampata tra il 1847 e il 1854. Cut dopo un margine di cm. il coaching moderna eseguita in Tokyo con l'etichetta posteriore: Jinbocho Kanda. Giappone. Kingyokudo & co. cornice mogano lucido. Il timbro porta un adesivo su un margine piccolo che collega al tappeto. Una lastra di polistirene e un pannello di legno giapponese sul retro. Piccoli rivetti girevoli permetent un rapido accesso alla incisione. Un tessuto del midollo rimovibile Snaps bruciare. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Estampe originale imprimée entre 1847 et 1854. Coupée après une marge d'un cm. Encadrement moderne réalisé à Tokyo avec l'étiquette au dos : Jinbocho Kanda Tokyo. Japan. Kingyokudo & co. Cadre en acajou verni. L'estampe porte un minuscule adhésif sur une marge qui la relie au passe-partout. Une plaque en polystyrène et un panneau de bois japonais au dos. De petits rivets pivotants permettent d'accéder rapidement à la gravure. Un cordon en tissu amovible permet d'accrocher la gravure. L'ensemble se trouve dans un emboîtage en carton. Estampe imprimée sur papier de riz ou de murier. Un pli vertical. Dimension du cadre : 35x50cm. Estampe : 23,5x35cm. Très belle estampe à la mise en scène et aux couleurs raffinées. Sous un cerisier en fleurs, un seigneur et son écuyer observent trois femmes au bord de l'eau agitant des éventails ; elles portent toutes un sabre. Les tissus des kimonos sont particulièrement complexes et très différents. Utagawa Kunisada est l'un des artistes les plus célèbres et les plus populaires du XIXe siècle, et également l'un des plus prolifiques ; il domine le marché d'estampes durant plusieurs décennies.

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        Book of Mormon - 1854

      F. D. Richards 1854 - Smith, Joseph, Jr. Book of Mormon - 1854. Liverpool: F. D. Richards, 1854. 5th European edition. 563pp. 16mo. Book condition: Very good with lightly bumped, rubbed and soiled edges. Spine ends are intact and hinges are solid. Endsheets are attractively discolored and former contemporary owner's name is ink-stamped on front flyleaf. A few gatherings are loosening. A very nice copy of a scarce edition. Of 2975 printed, 2475 copies were bound in five different designs of sheepskin. Flake #603. Crawley #928.

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        Central Route to the Pacific

      1854 - HEAP, Gwinn Harris. Central Route to the Pacific, from the Valley of the Mississippi to California: Journal of the Expedition of E.F. Beale". and Gwinn Harris Heap, from Missouri to California, in 1853. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo, 1854. Octavo, original dark green cloth, printed endpapers with publisher's advertisements. Housed in a custom clamshell box. $11,000.First edition of this fundamental exploring narrative, with large folding map (present in only some copies) and 13 tinted lithographic plates. One of the first works to show the Middle Rocky Mountain region and to indicate the 1849 Death Valley pioneer route.This 1853 expedition was under the command of Edward Fitzgerald Beale, the legendary frontiersman and close friend of Kit Carson and John Fremont. Heap was a cousin of Beale's; he kept a journal of the march, which was serialized in the National Intelligencer in November and December of 1853. The expedition was to explore the central route to the Pacific Coast. Leaving Westport, Missouri, in May, with twelve riflemen, Beale went first to Council Grove. From there he passed up the Arkansas River to the mouth of the Huerfano, about twenty miles east of present-day Pueblo, Co, and thence to the San Luis Valley, and from there to the coast (Blackmar). "Of all the journals and diaries telling of the crossing of the Mojave Desert, none in our opinion is comparable to the Heap (journal) in sheer readability and in picturesque descriptive quality" (Edwards). "Some of the areas explored are here described for the first time" (Graff 1837). "Heap accompanied his journal with a very interesting map". This map was not issued with all copies of Heap's book, and has received less attention than it deserves". This is the first attempt on a published map to show the 1849 Death Valley pioneer route" (Wheat 808). Of interest are Heap's notes in the appendix regarding the usefulness of camels for desert expeditions. Because of his advocacy, Beale was commanded to take 25 camels with him in a later expedition to California in 1857, which he did reluctantly; this was the source of the famous "Camel Corps." Plate VIII, Coochatope Gate, mislabeled "Coochatope Pass," as issued. With 32 pages of publisher's advertisements bound at rear, as issued. Howes H378. Sabin 31175. Graff 1837. Wagner-Camp 235. Eberstadt 121:138. Cowan, 107. Faint dampstain affecting corner of plates. Skillful repair to spine ends. An extremely good copy in the original cloth. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Preussens alte und neue Landwehr und das nationale Krieger Denkmal im Invalidenpark zu Berlin.

      - Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. u. v. Nordmann ( Druck J. Hesse in Berlin) b. Hollstein in Berlin, 1854, 44,7 x 34,5 (H) Ernst, Nordmann, Nr. 5. - Blick zum Denkmal im Invalidenpark. Im Vordergrund zahlreiche berittene Soldaten der preuss. Landwehr.

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        Rules for Conducting Business in the House of Representatives

      1854 - UTAH TERRITORY. Rules for Conducting Business in the House of Representatives of the Territory of Utah. No place: Joseph Cain, [1854 or 1855]. Octavo, one folded sheet as issued, uncut; pp. 4. $2200.Printed by Utah pioneer Joseph Cain in 1854 or 1855, one of only 100 copies of this pamphlet outlining the procedural rules of the territorial House of Representatives. Extremely rare."The Utah Territory was created by an act of the United States Congress on 9 September 1850. The act provided the structure of the territorial government and within that structure a legislative assembly and governor would hold the legislative power in the territory. The Territorial Assembly first met on 22 September 1851". [and] continued to meet and make laws until 1896 when the dream of statehood became a reality" (Utah History Research Center). One of the Latter-day Saints who followed Brigham Young to the Great Salt Lake Valley in 1847, printer Joseph Cain was the brother-in-law of John Taylor, who succeeded Young as President of the LDS Church. According to the Latter-day Saints' Biographical Encyclopedia, "Brother Cain possessed rare literary abilities, and many productions of his facile pen graced the columns of the Deseret News at an early day". [He] was the first postmaster in Salt Lake City to be appointed by the government. He joined the Church in opposition to his relatives' wishes, and was one of the most faithful and consistent members, enjoying the confidence and esteem of the community amongst which he lived." "Cain was public printer in 1854 and 1855" (Graff 4450). McMurtrie, Utah 25. Previous owner's light pencil annotations to page [1] attesting to the exceeding rarity of this piece.Small marginal closed tear to page 3. About-fine condition, uncut. A most rare piece of Western Americana. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Brief mit eigenh. U. ("Meyerbeer"). Berlin, 6. XI. 1854.

      1854. 1½ SS. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-8vo. An den Sänger Ludwig Cramolini (1805-1884): "Das Manuscript Ihres Operngedichts, welches Sie die Güte hatten, mir zur Ansicht zu schicken, habe ich die Ehre gehabt zu empfangen. Ich danke Ihnen sehr für das Zutrauen, welches Sie in mich schwaches Talent setzen, indem Sie mir dasselbe zur Composition anbieten. Das Gedicht habe ich mit viel Interesse durchgelesen, es enthält eine anziehende, geschickt geführte Handlung, und scheint mir sowohl im Allgemeinen als in den einzelnen Singstücken sehr günstig für die musikalische Behandlung angelegt zu sein. Leider, was mich betrifft, habe ich mich zu so vielen Arbeiten für die Zukunft verpflichtet, daß es mir zu meinem großen Bedauern unmöglich ist, die Composition desselben zu übernehmen, weshalb ich die Ehre habe, Ihnen das Manuskript beifolgend zurückzusenden [...]".

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        Besuche in den Klöstern der Levante. Reise durch Aegypten, Palästina, Albanien und die Halbinsel Athos. Zweite mit einem Register verm. Ausgabe.

      Leipzig, Dyk 1854.. Zweite mit einem Register versehene Ausgabe. Mit 12 Kupfern und 2 Musikbeilagen. X, 237 S., 1 Bl. HLdr. d. Zt. Blackmer 436. - Gering bestoßen. Fehlt vorderer fliegender Vorsatz.

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        A Child's History of England. Early editions. 3 vols.

      Bradbury & Evans. 1854/55/55 Half titles, fronts by F.W. Topham, final ad. leaves; some light damp marking in prelims & outer margins. Orig. pink vertical-grained cloth, spines lettered in gilt, boards blocked in gilt & blind, marbled e.ps & edges; carefully rebacked & with some expertly executed minor repairs, a little dulled.

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        [From printed upper cover]: Die neuen Glasgemälde im Dome zu Köln, Weihegeschenk Seiner Majestät des Königs Ludwig I. von Bayern. Photographieen von Johann Franz Michiels. Directions-Mitglied der Königl. Academie zu Brügge

      Five plates each with a mounted orig. salt print within gilt borders forming lancet windows. One leaf of printed text in German, French, and English. Folio, orig. publisher's printed boards (extremities a bit worn), cloth spine. Cologne: F.C. Eisen, 1854. First edition of this early photographically illustrated book depicting the new stained-glass windows, created by J. Fischer and Hellweger, and donated by King Ludwig I of Bavaria. In the mid-19th century there was a great effort to complete the Cathedral of Cologne, begun in 1248 and finally finished in 1880. "From the mid-1850s the photographically illustrated books, with widely differing subject matter including paintings, engravings,…sculpture, architecture, and the decorative and minor arts, were being produced in modest but ever increasing numbers throughout Europe. This type of publication mirrored the art book illustrated with engravings or lithographs which was prevalent during this period. In some cases photographic publishers ambitiously aimed at a European market which was being developed through burgeoning tourism. One such publisher was Franz Carl Eisen of Cologne who from 1853, in collaboration with the photographer J. F. Michiels produced a series of trilingual (in German, French and English) photographically illustrated publications. Most of these were on works of art and architecture."-A. J. Hamber, A Higher Branch of the Art. Photographing the Fine Arts in England 1839-1880, p. 155. Each of the plates are framed and printed in bright gold. Michiels was a Belgian photographer from Bruges. In nice fresh condition. Text leaf and versos of plates with a small and inoffensive library stamp. Release stamp on verso of text leaf. ? See The Truthful Lens. Neite, "Der Verkauf photographischer Bilder in den frühem Jahren der Photographie" in Silber und Salz. Zur Frühzeit der Photographie im deutschen Sprachraum 1839-1860 (1989), pp. 548-73.

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        Los Héroes y las Grandezas de la Tierra. Anales del mundo, formacion, revoluciones y guerra de todos los imperios desde la creacion hasta nuestros dias. Completado el conjunto, hasta el dia de la terminacion de la obra por el Doctor Don Manuel Ortiz de la Vega.

      Madrid - Barcelona, Librería de Cuesta - Imprenta de Cervantes a cargo de A. Sierra, 1854 - 1856. Ocho tomos contenidos en seis volúmenes en 4to. mayor : 496 pp. + 504 pp. +512 pp. + 496 pp. + 528 pp. + 638 pp. + 660 pp. + 812 pp. Impresión a doble columna. Con un total de 503 láminas Encuadernación de época, uniforme, en piel marbreada, con tejuelos y lomera ornada.

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        Los Héroes y las Grandezas de la Tierra. Anales del mundo, formacion, revoluciones y guerra de todos los imperios desde la creacion hasta nuestros dias. Completado el conjunto, hasta el dia de la terminacion de la obra por el Doctor Don Manuel Ortiz de la Vega.

      1854. Madrid - Barcelona, Librería de Cuesta - Imprenta de Cervantes a cargo de A. Sierra, 1854 - 1856. Ocho tomos contenidos en seis volúmenes en 4to. mayor : 496 pp. + 504 pp. +512 pp. + 496 pp. + 528 pp. + 638 pp. + 660 pp. + 812 pp. Impresión a doble columna. Con un total de 503 láminas Encuadernación de época, uniforme, en piel marbreada, con tejuelos y lomera ornada.

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        Wild Scenes and Song-Birds. With twenty illustrations, printed in colours, from Drawings by Mrs. C. W. Webber and Alfred J. Miller.

      New York: George P. Putnam, 1854. First edition. Chromolitho. frontispiece and 19 chromolitho. plates (15 ornithological plates after Mrs. Webber and 5 scenes of Native American life after Alfred Jacob Miller; all lithographed by the Rosenthal firm in Philadelphia). 8vo (10 x 6 1/2 inches), pages: x:(1):347. Publishers superior de luxe binding of full black morocco blocked in blind and with sunken central lozenge to each cover containing a gilt blocked southern mocking bird, all edges gilt, spine lettered gilt direct within raised bands; some rubbing/bruising to corners but overall the binding in remarkably good and attractive order. Some marginal browning or foxing within. Contemporary gift inscription on front free endpaper. Paper to inner joints cracked, half inch crack to upper joint, but joints totally firm. Overall an outstanding copyFirst edition, early issue; the plate of Indian Girl Swinging shows her bare-breasted. ?In the first edition, she appears, as in the Miller watercolor, bare-breasted. In at least some of the later printings, she has been provided with a blouse, probably in the name of nineteenth-century modesty? (Ron Tyler, editor, Alfred Jacob Miller: Artist on the Oregon Trail, Amon Carter Museum, 1982, p. 449). The five chromolithographic plates of Native Americans scenes by Alfred Jacob Miller are the most important feature of this book. Miller (1810-1874), an early American artist in the Rockies.

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        Les Papillons. Metamorphoses terrestres des peuples de l'air. Texte par Eug. Nus et Antony Meray. (2 Tomos)

      Gabriel De Bonet, Editeur, Paris - S/f. (aprox. 1854). Litografias en color y b/n. ilustraciones en b/n en texto. Puntos de óxido en algunas páginas sin afectar texto, por lo demás buen estado general. Size: 8º Mayor. 232 Pp. 20 Litografias. 258 Pp. 14 Litog [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Taisei shichikin yakusetsu [trans.: A Study of the Seven Metals of the West]

      Three double-page & one full-page illus. 37; 17; 25; 30; 26 folding leaves. Five vols. 8vo, orig. blue wrappers (a little rubbed), orig. block-printed title labels on upper covers, new stitching. [Japan]: 1854. First edition of this very rare work; it is "probably the first Japanese book on modern metallurgy" (Iida, see below); WorldCat describes only the 1977 reprint and a manuscript of the text at Harvard. "Taisei Shichikin Yakusetsu, the first Japanese literature representing the local understanding of modern European metallurgy, was written by Baba Sadayoshi (1787-1822), a scholar of western learning in the late Edo period, who first served as a Dutch interpreter in Nagasaki and later made important contributions to translation (from Dutch, Russian, English and so on) at the Temmon-kata [astronomy office] of the Bakufu [Shogunate] as bansho wage goyogakari [translator of western literature into Japanese]. The book was published in a limited issue of 200 copies in 1854, 33 years after Sadayoshi's death. Printed with wooden type, it is also regarded as an important landmark in the history of modern printing in Japan… "As its title indicates, the book consists of translated accounts of 'seven metals,' supplemented at the beginning with seven drawings illustrating western processes of smelting them. The whole work consists of five volumes, the first on gold, second on silver, copper and iron, third on tin and lead, and fourth and fifth on mercury, and states where, how and in what varieties each metal is yielded, how it is smelted, what properties it has and what purposes it is used for… "Perhaps because of Sadayoshi's own knowledge of and interest in medicine or because its compilation was supervised by Shibue Chohaku, a well-known herbalist of the day and Bakufu-retained physician, the book dwells in particular detail on the pharmaceutical effects and uses of the metals. Thus it is less a book on metallurgy than one on chemistry and pharmacy. I would like to note the fact that, in this first comprehensive book in Japan to introduce western knowledge on metals, the significance of the seven metals was primarily grasped as they related to the basis of people's everyday life, and above all the role of iron was given a due position."-Ken'ichi Iida, "Origin and Development of Iron and Steel Technology in Japan," on-line resource under the auspices of the Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization. Fine set. Occasional minor worming in margins, neatly mended.

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        5 autogr. letters signed. Halle a. d. S., 1854 to 1861.

      1854. Large 8vo. Altogether 8¼ pp. on 10ff. Each with autogr. address. Friendly correspondence with botanist August Garcke (1819-1904), including happy new year wishes, the announcement of the January issue of an unnamed monthly, and his plans to compile a geognostical repertory ("4000 slips of paper are already inscribed, and another 6000 are written. I guess there will be a bunch of 16000 articles and books, and hope to find an editor who is willing to pay 500 thaler for this trial of patience", transl. from German) - Christian Giebel was professor of zoology at Halle and director of the museum there. Giebel's chief publications were "Palaeozoologie" (1846), "Fauna der Vorwelt" (1847-1856), "Deutschlands Petrefacten" (1852), "Odontographie" (1855), "Lehrbuch der Zoologie" (1857), and "Thesaurus ornithologiae" (1872-1877).

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        Europa in 16 fogli disegnata ed incisa sotto la direzione del capitano Ferd. Arrigoni. 1: [Islanda]; 2: [Mar ghiacciale artico]; 3: [Penisola di Kola]; 4:[Siberia]; 5: Prospetto dei fogli componenti la carta dell'Europa alla scala di 1:2500000 del vero; 6: [Mare del Nord o Mar Germanico]; 7: [Russia occidentale]; 8: [Russia orientale]; 9: [Oceano]; 10: [Francia]; 11: [Impero]; 12: [Mar Caspio]; 13: [Sahara o Gran deserto]; 14: [Algeria]; 15: [Grecia]; 16: [Deserto d'Arabia].

      Civelli e C., Milano, 1854. Carta geografica dell'Europa pubblicata in 16 fogli composta da 16 tavole piegate e telate d'epoca per una misura finale di mm 1940x2520. UsatoBuono Anno pubblicazione: MDCCCLIV [1854]. 31 ...

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        Grandmamma Easy's Pretty Stories about the Camel. [London], Dean & Co., [1854].

      1854. Large 8vo. (16) pp. (including original illustrated wrappers; 6 leaves printed on one side only). With 8 hand-coloured woodcut illustrations and a woodcut tailpiece. Sewn. Children's book about the various types of camels, their habits and uses, issued within the series of "Grandmamma Easy's new pictorial colored toy books". Includes pictures of a Bedouin camp, a desert caravan, the Holy Camel bearing the Qur'an on the pilgrimage to Mecca, a camel fight, and a two-humped camel exhibited on the streets of London. - Sewn with large stitches; tear to front cover mended by stiching; slight edge defects. Rare. OCLC 16800959.

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        HISTORIA DE LA MARINA REAL ESPAÑOLA DESDE EL DESCUBRIMIENTO DE LAS AMÉRICAS HASTA EL COMBATE DE TRAFALGAR

      Imprenta de José María Ducazcal, Madrid 1854 - Tomo I de 1856, (segunda edición) y Tomo II de 1854 (Primera Edición). Tomo I: Portada + 669 págs. + numerosas ilustraciones en el texto y 8 láminas fuera de texto, entre las cuales un retrato de Colón, otro de Magallanes y 6 litografías de Urrabieta. Tomo II: Anteportada + Litografía a página entera de Urrabieta en los talleres de J.J. Martínez + Portada + 835 págs. + numerosas ilustraciones en el texto y 11 láminas fuera de texto, entre litografías de escenas y retratos. Estado del papel desigual en el Tomo I: algunas hojas tostadas y moteadas de óxido (foxing). El Tomo II presenta un papel más homogéneo pero también con algunas manchas de óxido. Bella encuadernación en Holandesa de pergamino con tejuelo y planos de tela. 30,5 x 22 cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mémoires et Correspondance politique et militaire du Roi Joseph. EN 10 TOMES

      PERROTIN. 1854 - 1855. In-8 Carré. Relié. Etat passable. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos abîmé. Rousseurs. 364 + 446 + 475 + 492 + 439 + 522 + 519 + 476 + 478 + 480 pages. Quelques plans dépliantq en noir et blanc. Epidermures sur les dos. Etiquette de code sur la coiffe en-tête et tampons de bibliothèque sur la page de titre et dans quelques marges. Dos renforcé avec une bande transparente adhésive sur le 1er tome. Quelques accrocs et petits manques sur les dos des Tomes 2, 3, 7 et 8. Dos absent sur le Tome 4. Mors fendus sur les Tomes 2, 3, 5,

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        Deutsches Wörterbuch. Abgeschlossene Erstausgabe 1854 - 1971. (Komplett, 33 Bände in 32). Mit Bd. 33 "Quellenverzeichnis". Exlibris der Familie Siemens.

      Leipzig, Hirzel, 1854 - 1961 und 1971. - Format: 19,2 x 26,5 cm, Originalausgabe. 33 Bände mit zusammen 34.824 lexikalisch gedruckten Seiten. Band 1-32 Wörterbuch; Band 33 Quellenverzeichnis. Die Ausgabe besteht aus 12 Halblederbänden (1854 - 1905) und 20 Halbleinenbänden, die beiden ersten (noch von den Gbr. Grimm vorgelegten) Bände in Halbleder mit schön marmorierten Deckeln nachgebunden. Jeweils dekoratives Titelbild; gestochenes , seidenpapiergeschütztes Frontispiz-Porträt in Bd. 1, >> Die Halbleder-Bände 1 - 4, I.2 und 4.2 - 10.1 zeigen am festen Vorsatz das Familienwappen-Exlibris von Georg Siemens (1839- 1901) deutscher Bankier. Gründungsdirektor der Deutschen Bank ). << Sämtliche Bände gut bis sehr gut erhalten, leider allerdings, dem Erscheinungsjahr geschuldet, in unterschiedlichen Materialien gebunden (s.o.) und daher kein Pracht-Rückenanblick im Regal. Dennoch: Als EA so komplett eher selten. * Das Deutsche Wörterbuch kann als Lebenswerk der Brüder Grimm bezeichnet werden. Sie legten die Grundlagen für eine deutsche Philologie als Literatur und Sprachwissenschaft. Das Wörterbuch enthält den Wortschatz der geschriebenen deutschen Sprache aus der Zeit vom 15. bis zum 20. Jahrhundert. Jedes aufgenommene Wort wird bis zu seinem frühesten Auftreten zurückverfolgt, also auch in den Hauptzügen seiner Entwicklung im Mittel- und Althochdeutschen dargestellt. Alle Grundwörter werden etymologisch erläutert; ebenso die abgeleiteten, soweit die Beziehungen nicht eindeutig sind. Nach dem Tode der Brüder Grimm führte eine Vielzahl von Sprachforschern das Werk weiter. 1961 wurde mit dem Band 32 die Originalausgabe abgeschlossen; 1971 folgte als Band 33 das Quellenverzeichnis. LITERATURWISSENSCHAFT Erstausgabe [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Genealogical & Historical Sketch of the Stuarts of the House of Castlestuart in Ireland - SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR

      Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1854. viii, [2], 274pp, with the armorial frontis-piece with tissue-guard intact, and folding linen-backed Genealogical Table, bound in 3/4 maroon leather and red cloth, raised bands on spine, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, binding and hinges tight. Small ownership label of A.B.W. MacEwen, the author and genealogist. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR on the half-title page, with that persons signature on the title page, appears to be "G.H.F.Stuart, 1898". The linen-backed, folding Genealogical Table shows light foxing and a few closed tears, the book shows occasional light foxing, covers show occasional edge nick, with small stain.. BOOK SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. First Edition. Hard Cover. VERY GOOD +. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Etudes médico-psychologiques sur l'aliénation mentale

      1854 - (4), 811 pp. Paris J.-B. Baillière, 1854, in-8, (4), 811 pp, demi-basane marron dos orné de filets dorés, Première édition. Principal ouvrage de Renaudin, directeur de l'asile de Maréville, élève de Fodéré, où il expose sa théorie psychico-somatique. Ouvrage de grand intérêt dans l'histoire de la psychiatrie française notamment pour son utilisation du terme de psychose et son introduction des notions de psychose et de psychosomatique. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        New Sectional Map of the State of Illinois

      New York: J. H. Colton. Very Good. 1854. Hardcover. An early and detailed pocket map of Illinois, in rare fine condition. Black decoratively stamped binding with bright gilt imprint is heavily rubbed and front board is detached with parts of the spine missing. The hand-colored map measures 41 1/2"" x 27 1/2". Engraved by S. Stiles, New York. Two insets show the Alton and St. Louis region and the Galena lead district, and prairies, swamps, and railroads are marked. John Mason Peck, one of the map contributors, traveled Illinois as a Methodist preacher and wrote comprehensive early travel guides of the state. ; 5 3/4" x 3 1/4" .

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        Aankomst van stoombooten met feest-vierenden aan het Oude-Hoofd. (Rotterdam, 10 julij 1854).

      Rotterdam, Gebr. Voorn Boers, (1854).Lithographed view by Maurits Frederik. Hendrik de Haas from the city of Rotterdam from the Nieuwe Maas, with sailing and steam ships. Ca. 33 x 47,5 cm.Fine view from the water of the Ooster Oude Hoofdpoort in Rotterdam, the east side of the old harbour. Scheen p.423-424.

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        Walden; or, Life in the Woods.

      Boston, Ticknor and Fields, 1854 - 357 pages and 8 pages of advertisements dated April 1954; 1 plan; 1st Ed. All four corners are rubbed and frayed, particularly the lower two. Small chip to front edge of rear corner. The lable to the spine is gilt, but cracked and partly missing affecting the words &#145;Walden&#145; and &#145;Life&#145;. The covers themselves are dulled and somewhat rubbed. The title page has a damp stain which continues decreasingly through the first 30 pages. The hinges to the content page are weakened and loosened at the top though the page is still intact. A previous owner has pasted a newspaper cutting to the top of the first page proper &#145;Economy&#145;, dealing with living in the ascetic conditions prevailing around Thoreau&#145;s house in the woods. The stitching between the advertisement pages is visible. Inside the front cover is a book plate, ex libris, of Anne Bradstreet Stedman depicting lake and mountain surrounded by a border of flowers, books, an owl, a squirrel and an anchor. - Additional pictures (jpg files) available on request. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 440 8°, original brown cloth covers, pale yellow endpapers [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Broadside. Begins: Acta de la Junta Gral. de Autoridades ... en que se aclamo Presidente perpetuo de la Republica de Guatemala al ... Don Rafael Carrera.

      [Guatemala]: Imprenta de la Paz Folo extra (42.5 cm; 16.75"). [1] f.. 1854 Handsomely printed on yellow paper, this is the decree of 21 October 1854 making Carrera "president for life." The move to make Carrera the "perpetual" president began early in 1854 and was carefully orchestrated so as to bring one governmental department after another, all of the political districts, and the various elements of the military and the clergy into agreement. By October the critical mass was achieved and this document made it official. Searches of NUC, WorldCat, and COPAC fail to locate any copies. Fine, as issued.

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        Gesamtans., "Prospect af Kjobenhavn seet fra Batteriet Trekroner".

      - Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Tegner & Kittendorff n. Bruun, dat. 1854, 41 x 67

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        Handley Cross; or, Mr Jorrock's Hunt

      ondon- Bradbury and Evans, 1854 Book. VERY GOOD INDEED. Hardcover. A beautifully bound copy of this work by Robert Smith Surtees. In an attractive hunting themed morocco binding by Hatchards. Robert Smith Surtees was an English editor, novelist and writer who wrote particularly on sporting subjects. Handley Cross is one of his 'Jorrock' novels, following the vulgar though good natured sporting grocer Jorrock. With 17 hand coloured plates by John Leech. Leech was a prolific caricaturist and illustrator who worked on many of Surtees's later novelsCondition: In a straight-grained morocco binding by Hatchards with gilt detailing depicting horse and hunting devices. Externally, very smart with some rubbing and wear to the spine. Ink signature to front blank. Original cloth binding bound to rear. Internally, firmly bound. Pages bright and generally clean with some light spotting to first and last few pages. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED.

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        Au bord de la Bièvre. Impressions et Souvenirs.

      Bry aîné, Paris 1854 - Un volume in-12 (19 cm x 12,5 cm), 107 pp. Ex-libris de P.Lorain. 1/2 chagrin, pièce de titre. Couvertures conservées. Tête dorée. Coins légèrement usés. Bon exemplaire de la rare édition originale. Pour plus de détails sur cet ouvrage, consultez notre blog Paris-Libris et pour accéder à la totalité de notre offre, consultez notre site Paris-Libris. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Révolution dans les Moeurs. *

      La Famille - Le Monde - La vieille femme - Les jeunes Gens - Le Mariage - Les Demoiselles à marier - Les Gens riches - Les Lettres et les Arts - La Pudeur sociale - Le Catholicisme. EDITION ORIGINALE. Paris, E. Dentu 1854.Belle reliure demi maroquin vert à coins signée David. Dos à 5 nerfs orné de petits fers dorés. Filet doré bordant les plats. Tête dorée. Couverture conservée. Quelques pales rousseurs. Bel exemplaire. Bon état. Format in-12° (19x12).

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        France No.4.

      Dickinson Bros. London. [ 1854]. - Color lithograph with some hand-color, 13 1/2 x 19 inches on sheet size 16 3/4 x 23 inches. With accompanying text sheet. Light scattered foxing to lower margin and lower right corner, single fix mark to upper left corner (just outside image), adhesive tape to corners of verso (not affecting front image), overall very good bright condition. A beautiful view of the interior architecture of the Crystal Palace and of a section of the French exhibition inside the Crystal Palace from the first international World's Fair that took place in Hyde Park, London, England, from 1 May to 15 October 1851. From: Dickinson's Comprehensive Pictures of the Great Exhibition of 1851 From the Originals Painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert by Messrs. [Joseph] Nash, [Louis] Haghe, and [David] Roberts. At the left is the display of bronze manufactures of Le Rolle Freres; at right what appears to be a ceramic display by Ed. Honore, at the centre a display of silver by C. Christopher.

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        Octagonal Room".

      Dickinson Bros. London. [ 1854]. - Color lithograph with some hand-color, 13 1/2 x 19 inches on sheet size 16 3/4 x 23 inches. With accompanying text sheet. A few faint spots to lower left margin (outside image area), adhesive tape to corners of verso (not affecting front image), overall very good bright condition. Attractive view of the "Octagonal Room" showcasing art from the German States inside the Crystal Palace from the first international World's Fair that took place in Hyde Park, London, England, from May 1 to October 15 1851. This lithograph, printed in rich colors, was published as one of the folio plates for "Dickinson's Comprehensive Pictures of the Great Exhibition of 1851 From the Originals Painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert by Messrs. [Joseph] Nash, [Louis] Haghe, and [David] Roberts." The accompanying text states: "There was perhaps no portion of the Foreign Department of the Great Exhibition which received a greater number of separate visits of inspection from each individual composing the many thousands of persons who daily crowded the crystal avenues, than that octangular space in which were so tastefully displayed the best productions of art which the German States composing the Zollverein could assemble together."

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        Zollverein.

      Dickinson Bros. London. [ 1854]. - Color lithograph with some hand-color, 13 1/2 x 19 inches on sheet size 16 3/4 x 23 inches. With accompanying text sheet. Adhesive tape to corners of verso (not affecting front image). Very good bright condition. An attractive view by Joseph Nash of the "Zollverein" exhibition showcasing German art, inside the Crystal Palace from the first international World's Fair that took place in Hyde Park, London, England, from 1 May to 15 October 1851. From: Dickinson's Comprehensive Pictures of the Great Exhibition of 1851 From the Originals Painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert by Messrs. [Joseph] Nash, [Louis] Haghe, and [David] Roberts. "The Zollverein, or 'Great Customs' Union,' is the most extensive of the three commercial groups into which Germany may be divided." Although the dominant feature of this image is the sculpture of the Amazon by Professor A. Kiss of Berlin, other interesting items include: "a Globe [ by M. Kummer] in relief, 4 feet in diameter, on a pedestal. It was constructed of papier-mache; and in the execution regard was not only paid to the summits of the mountains, but to all highlands, rives, and towns."In the gallery was placed an Organ, by Messsrs. Schulze."

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        Minerals.

      Dickinson Bros. London. [ 1854]. - Color lithograph with some hand-color, 13 1/2 x 19 inches on sheet size 16 3/4 x 23 inches. With accompanying text sheet. A couple of faint foxed spots to outer margins (outside image area), light toning to upper and lower right edge, adhesive tape to corners of verso (not affecting front image), short edge tear well outside image. Very good bright condition. An interesting view of the Mining display, highlighting the architecture of the Crystal Palace which was the venue for the first international World's Fair that took place in Hyde Park, London, England, from 1 May to 15 October 1851. From: Dickinson's Comprehensive Pictures of the Great Exhibition of 1851 From the Originals Painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert by Messrs. [Joseph] Nash, [Louis] Haghe, and [David] Roberts. The displays included "specimens of lead ore exhibited by the Arkansas Mining Company."

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        Sweden & Denmark.

      Dickinson Bros. London. [ 1854]. - Color lithograph with some hand-color, 13 1/2 x 19 inches on sheet size 16 3/4 x 23 inches. With accompanying text sheet. A couple of faint foxed spots, light toning to left and lower edge, adhesive tape to corners of verso (not affecting front image). Very good bright condition. A richly colored view of the Sweden & Norway exhibition and the Denmark exhibition inside the Crystal Palace from the first international World's Fair that took place in Hyde Park, London, England, from 1 May to 15 October 1851. From: Dickinson's Comprehensive Pictures of the Great Exhibition of 1851 From the Originals Painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert by Messrs. [Joseph] Nash, [Louis] Haghe, and [David] Roberts. The text states: "When first the contributions from these countries were talked of, we confess to having confined our expectations to seeing tons of iron and steel, suggested by the name of Sweden, and bushels of wheat and other agricultural produce from Norway. There were of course many specimens of both.but articles to attract the fancy and please the eye were by no means wanting, and the jurors thought fit to reward with a prize medal a collection of wooden vessles for vaious domestic purposes, ornamented with carfvings done by the native peasantry." The Swedish exhibit includes a framed display of botanical art.

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        Annali d'agricoltura. In continuazione del Giornale Agrario Lombardo - Veneto.

      Ed. ri Annali Universali, 1854/1856. 8 tomi su 6 voll. in 8° , m. pelle. Ogni vol. è di ca. 500 pp. Disponiamo degli anni 1854, 1855 e 1856. L' Opera è dotata di 9 fig. e di 64 cromolitografie. Le pp. 23 / 26 del 4° vol. , 6° tomo, sono sciolte. La p. 81 / 82 del 2° vol. presenta uno strappo che lede ma non impedisce la lettura del t.

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        The Social Orchestra for Flute or Violin. A Collection of Popular Melodies Arranged as Solos, Duets, Trios, and Quartets.

      Firth, Pond & Co., New York 1854 - 4to. 83, [i] pp. Cloth-back original publisher's printed boards. Boards heavily scraped and and worn, front free endpaper and title separated from the block, verso front endpage with two lines of music in an unknown hand, stray ink marks to title, ownership signatures on inside front board, inner front hinge split, occasional foxing but internally very good. Whittlesey and Sonneck, p. 47-48. OCLC 6979477. Howard, p. 395. "The 'Social Orchestra' is a notable volume. Its eighty-three pages of music present various instrumental arrangements of popular airs of the day, melodies from well-known operas, arrangements of Foster's own songs, and several new instrumental works composed by himself." (Howard, p. 237).With this publication, Foster turned his hand to instrumental music aimed very specifically for the parlor. The Social Orchestra, published in 1854 by Firth, Pond, & Co., was a compendium of 73 arrangements for flute, violin, piano, and other instruments. The selections ranged from the operatic, including thirteen tunes by Donizetti, and the classical, Jullien, Abt, Mozart, and Schubert, and finally to popular airs, including his own. The collection was ideal for informal home entertainment. The arrangements lent themselves to various combinations and numbers of instruments and included many tunes for dancing, a favorite parlor pastime. The collection proved to be very popular, but for Foster it was not a money-maker. He received a flat fee of only $150 from the publisher, which may explain why this was his only venture into instrumental arranging. Foster occasionally composed piano pieces, but song writing was his forte, and he returned to it once the Social Orchestra was completed.

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        Autograph letter signed ("J. Hellmesberger"). Vienna, 27. I. 1854.

      1854. 8vo. 2¾ pp. Bifolium with integral address panel. One addendum (s. b.). To Legal Councellor Veith in Prague, thanking for being honoured. - Together with an autograph musical quotation signed by Ferdinand Hiller (5 bars for piano, with autogr. envelope).

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        Narrative of a Voyage to TheNorthwest Coast of America in the Years 1811, 1812, 1813, and 1814 or,the First American Settlement of the Pacific. Translated and edited byJ.V. Huntington.

      New York. Redfield, 1854.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Book 12mo. 18.5cm, the FirstEdition, 376,[8]p., book ads., with 3 wood engraved plates., in theoriginal dark blue green diamond grain cloth, blind stamped borders onthe boards, gilt spine titles, expertly restored, small thumb sized dampstain on the frontis and some foxing throughout, a very good to finethus. (cgc) Lande 1180. TPL 985 Wagner-Camp 16. Cowan p90. Field 558.Howes F-310. Sabin 25432. Smith 3244. Strathern 194. Gabriel Franchere,1786-1863. First English language edition, with an additional chapter andan appendix, the latter providing further information regarding the fateof other members of the expedition. The first edition was published inFrench in Montreal in 1820. The book is the most important source onJohn Jacob Astor's attempt in 1811 to establish the first Americansettlement on the Pacific Coast. FranchŠre, then in the employ of thePacific Fur Company, was attached to Astor's expedition to the ColumbiaRiver to found a trading post at Astoria. His narrative describes thedifficult voyage out in the Tonquin, by way of Cape Horn, and presentsa faithful chronicle of events at Astoria from its founding until itssurrender to the Northwest Company in 1813. It includes an account of theauthor's five month overland return journey three years later, up theColumbia River, through the Rockies and across the Canadian prairies toMontreal It was the basis for Washington Irving's more famous novel,Astoria. .

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        Les metamorphoses du jour. acompagnees d'un texte par M.M. Alberic Second, Louis Lurine, Clement Caraguel, Taxile Delord, H. de Beaulieu, Louis Huart, Charles Monselet, Julien Lemer. Precedees d'une notice sur Grandville par M. Charles Blanc

      Gustave Havard, Libraire, Paris, 1854 - Cortes dorados. Puntos de oxido. Firma antiguo propietario. Size: 8º Mayor. 283 Pp. LXX Láminas Litografias Color [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hard Times

      London: Bradbury & Evans,, 1854. For these times. Octavo (184 × 110 mm). Late 19th-century red crushed morocco, title and decoration to spine gilt, decorative border to covers gilt, turn-ins and all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Small bookplate to front pastedown. Neatly repaired small tear to half-title, short closed tear to head of title page, tear to head of p. 269 not affecting text, the odd spot of light foxing; an excellent copy, attractively bound. First edition in book form (originally serialised in Household Words April?November 1854), first issue with all of Smith's internal flaws uncorrected: p. 12, line 27 "vir tually", line 29 "su itable"; p. 16, line 17 raised point at the end of the line; p. 60, line 10 comma rather than full stop after "her"; p. 86, line 27 "to" dropped slightly in "into"; p. 108, last line "t" missing in "[t]hese"; p. 122 last line "s he"; p. 147, line 18 undotted "i" in "in"; p. 231, line 32 "l ong"; p. 244, page number reads "44"; p. 265, line 21 no quotes at the beginning of the line.

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        HARD TIMES

      1854. From Dickens' "Household Words." New-York: Published by T.L. McElrath & Co., 1854. Original light tan wrapper with the imprint of Fetridge & Co., Boston. First American Edition, published on August 8, 1854. HARD TIMES first appeared in America in twenty weekly issues of Household Words, in May to September 1854. In an 1857 issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, there is a brilliant account of the 1854 McElrath and Harper editions of HARD TIMES that had come out three years earlier; we quote it here with the kind permission of our friend Walter Smith, bibliographer of Dickens's American editions.~When young McElrath,... a beginner in the business, succeeded in securing the right to the advance sheets of Dickens's "Hard Times," by paying fifteen hundred dollars -- a price which the Harpers would not pay -- they, the Harpers, determined to oppose him... The only advantage that could accrue to him from his heavy outlay was the receipt of the few last chapters two or three weeks in advance of their publication in London. These he received, printed the whole in book form, and expected to remunerate himself by the sale of a large edition before other publishers could get out the English copy. He trusted to the courtesy and honor of the other publishers to secure him in the possession of his honorably purchased right. But the Harpers were waiting for him. They had kept pace with the publication chapter by chapter, and on the day that McElrath issued the book complete, they probably secured the first copy, set up the last chapters, and the next day came out with an edition at half the price, sold a large edition at cost price, entirely stopped the sale of McElrath's book, robbed him of the profits of his enterprise, and literally crushed the young rival out of existence.~Though the title page of this copy reads "New-York: Published by T. L. McElrath & Co., 1854," the front wrapper reads "Boston: Fetridge & Co., 1854." Fetridge was not a publisher, but rather a retailer who had arranged to be a distributor of McElrath's edition; this is one of several binding variants of the first edition. (This copy does have the 25-cent price on the wrapper, so it may have been an earlier copy sold; other copies, most likely those sold at a discount after Harper had killed their sales, bear no price.)~This copy is in good-to-very good condition -- quite collectible for such a fragile volume (some wear to the wrapper edge, about half of the wrapper's plain spine chipped away, light damp-stain at the foot of the last few leaves). Smith pp 323-328, binding C (Fetridge); Podeschi A138 (third and sixth copies); not in the VanderPoel collection.

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