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        Die neue Wache und das Zeughaus in Berlin. - Le nouveau Corps du Garde et le Arsenal a Berlin.

      . Farblithographie m. Tonplatte v. Lütke b. Schröder in Berlin, um 1855, 17 x 23,5. Kiewitz 800; Ernst, Bd. 1 Lütke, Nr. 9. - Der Betrachter steht auf der Höhe der Universität und blickt zur Neuen Wache, dahinter das Zeughaus. - Mit Verlegertrockenstempel.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Die neue Wache und das Zeughaus in Berlin. - Le nouveau Corps du Garde et l' Arsenal a Berlin.

      . kol. Lithographie m. Tonplatte u. n. v. Lütke b. Schröder in Berlin, um 1855, 17 x 23,5. Kiewitz 800; Ernst, Bd. 1. Lütke, Nr. 9. - Der Betrachter steht auf der Höhe der Universität und blickt zur Neuen Wache, dahinter das Zeughaus. - Mit Verlegertrockenstempel.

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        Freight Engine. New York & Erie R.R. An original drawing

      Susquehanna Depot 1855 - Pencil, pen and ink. Signed in ink: "Theodore Krausch. Susquehana [sic] Depot. N.Y. and Erie Railroad. October 13, 1855." A very handsome drawing of a locomotive by a prominent inventor and engineer Theodore Krausch, dates unknown, was employed by what was then known as the New York and Erie Railroad at Susquehanna Depot where railway cars and locomotives were designed, built and repaired. The town in northeastern Pennsylvania, just below the New York border and Binghamton, came into existence with the coming of the railroad. Krausch, who obtained several patents during his life, (one for innovations in railway chair design), also received a Silver Medal from the American Institute of the City of New York for a drawing of a locomotive, no doubt similar to this one. During the 1850's, when railway lines and companies were spreading out across the country, each railroad customized its engines and cars to its specific needs. There was a large degree of standardization, and this Krausch drawing is a perfect rendition of the 4-4-0 wheel arrangement and overall design that was used almost universally in 19th century America. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        ohne Legende ("Die Linden in Berlin. - Les Tilleuls a Berlin").

      . altgouachierte Lithographie v. Lütke b. Schröder in Berlin, um 1855, 15 x 22. Kiewitz 803. - Blick vom Brandenburger Tor zur Straße "Unter den Linden". Rechts das Palais Redern ( heute steht dort das Hotel Adlon ). - Wie bei altkol. Ansichten häufig, das Blatt bis zur Bildkante beschnitten.

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        Vogelschau, "Berlin".

      . Stahlstich ( m. Bordüre ) v. Elsner ( = A. Eltzer ) n. Payne b. Payne, um 1855, 23 x 35. Kiewitz 418; Ernst, Adolf Eltzner, Nr. 2. - Der Betrachter befindet sich über dem Nikolaiviertel und blickt über das Schloß hinweg zum Brandenburger Tor. Links der Gendarmenmarkt, rechts im Vgr. die Museumsinsel, i. Hgr. die Charite. Ansicht ohne Mittelfalte !

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        "Die Linden in Berlin. - Les Tilleuls a Berlin".

      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. u. v. Lütke ( Druck Königl. lith. Institut ) b. Schröder in Berlin, um 1855, 16,5 x 23,5. Kiewitz 803. - Blick vom Brandenburger Tor zur Straße "Unter den Linden". Rechts das Palais Redern ( heute steht dort das Adlonhotel ), links das Palais Gröditzberg.

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        ("Krolls Wintergarten in Berlin. - Etablissement de Kroll a Berlin").

      . altgouachierte Lithographie n. u. v. Lütke b. Schröder in Berlin, um 1855, 16,5 x 23,5. Kiewitz 807; Ernst, L.E. Lütke, Nr. 36. - Blick vom Königsplatz ( jetzt Platz der Republik ) zum 1852 von Titz erbauten Krollschen Etablissement. - Hier vorliegend in prachtvollem Altkolorit, bis zur Bildkante beschnitten und montiert.

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        Unter den Linden in Berlin. - Sous les Tilleuls a Berlin..

      . kol. Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. u. v. Lütke b. Schröder in Berlin, um 1855, 17 x 23,5. Kiewitz 802; Ernst, L.E. Lütke, Nr. 35. - Blick auf die Kunst- und Buchhandlung Schröder ( Unter den Linden 23 ). Links davon das "Cafe Prince Royal" (Tietz ) und das Caffee Kranzler. Rechts "Cafe National von W. Mielenz Traiteur".

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        The Story of the Campaign of Sebastopol, Written in the Camp

      fair to good William Blackwood and Sons Edinburgh 1855 339, illus. (some in color), fold-out map, board corners slightly bumped, cloth worn & sm pcs missing at top & bottom spine edges some foxing to text, minor damp staining on plate at p. 282, some weakness to front board, slight soiling to boards. This early work, by one of the finest mid-nineteenth-century British military authors, is increasingly difficult to find in any condition. Some believe that this work was particularly foundational to the author's later masterpiece, The Operations of War.

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        Magnalia Christi Americana; or, the Ecclesiastical History of New England from Its First Planting in the Year 1620, Unto the Year of Our Lord 1698

      Hartford; 1855 & 1853: Silas Andrus and Son Second American edition. Besides his involvement in the Salem witchcraft debacle (1692-93), his most famous legacy is his Puritan epic "Magnalia Christi Americana" which was first published in 1702, an ecclesiastical history of New England in the contemporary tradition of providence literature. In seven books Mather commemorates virtually every aspect of New England's formative period (1620-1698). Mather's Plutarchan biographies of New England's governors and ministers (book 2) are of great interest. In two volumes, (seven parts) portrait frontispieces of Mather, 626 and 681pp., bound in 3/4 brown morocco over brown cloth, raised bands, title gilt, all edges marbled, early owner's bookplate, small newspaper clipping about Mather on front pastedown, faint marginal damp stain to first few leaves of volume two. A very nice set showing general rubbing along spine. This work has become increasingly scarce.[Howes-391) . Octavo.

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        Die Königliche Bau-Akademie in Berlin. - L' Academie de architecture a Berlin.

      . kol. Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Lütke b. Schröder in Berlin, um 1855, 17 x 23,5. Kiewitz 804; Ernst, Lütke, L-E., Nr. 46. - Blick über die Spree zur Bauschule, zugleich Ansicht des Schinkel - Platzes. Im Hgr. die Kirchtürme der Friedrichwerderschen Kirche, rechts das "Hotel Russie".

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        Westward Ho!

      Cambridge: Macmillan, 1855. Three volumes, octavo, with three half-titles, volume I with single leaf advertisement at beginning and 16 pages of publishers advertisements (dated April 1855) at end, neat old paper repairs to bottom corner of some pages, not affecting text; a bright copy in three quarter blue polished calf by Bayntun, spine with raised bands, double crimson morocco labels, gilt. First Edition. A very good copy of the story of Amyas Leigh's journey to the Caribbean by Charles Kingsley. 'A patriotic tale of adventure, Jesuit intrigue, and naval enterprise of the time of Queen Elizabeth' (OCEL). This copy in an attractive Bayntun binding, the original Cambridge blue cloth binding being known as notoriously fragile and perishable. Sadleir himself implied that this is a difficult book to acquire in original condition. Sadleir's copy had publisher's advertisements dated February 1855, not April, as here.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        Alfred Ross, Melbourne

      London: Leighton Brothers, n.d., but circa, 1855. Engraving, 545 x 400 mm. (sheet size), laid down on publisher's light card, some staining to the card but the image very good and clear. Fine and rare large format engraving of Alfred Ross, Australian merchant, partner of William Westgarth, and eminent member of the Royal Society of Victoria. Alfred Ross (1816-1896) started his career working for the merchant Duncan Dunbar, and in March 1842 arrived in Sydney to work as a representative in Australia. He soon went into business with the Sydney trader Alexander Campbell, but just as quickly dissolved the partnership, setting up on his own in both Sydney, Launceston, and later Melbourne (see his obituary in the Argus, 20 July 1896). Ross was for many years an associate of William Westgarth, and it is therefore particularly significant to note that Ross is here seen seated with a copy of Westgarth's Australia Felix in hand (1848). Ross was also very proud of his involvement with the Royal Society, a private association which encouraged scientific research and the dissemination of new information. Its members included scientists, self-educated enthusiasts, and professional men interested in the advancement of knowledge. The Society funded the the ill-fated Burke and Wills expedition, and also convened the first Australian Antarctic Exploration Committee in 1885. The lithograph is by Charles Blair Leighton (1823-1855), a noted early Victorian portrait and landscape painter who exhibited at the Royal Academy, and a partner in the firm Leighton Brothers of Lambs Conduit Street in London. This is a particularly rare image: we have certainly never handled another copy, and it does not appear to be recorded in any Australian collection. Intriguingly, it is not clear why the lithograph was printed, but given that Westgarth was in England from 1853 until 1855, it is quite possible that he was involved in the production of this image.

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        The Seat of the War in the East.

      Day & Son for Colnaghi London -6 1855 - Two series in one volume folio (57.3 x 38 cm). Lithographed title, lith. dedication leaf, [12] pp., 39 pl.; lith. title, [12] pp., 41 pl. -- in all 81 tinted lithographed plates by Walker and Needham among others after Simpson incl. title pages, printed keys on verso of tissue facing the appropriate plates, all captioned and numbered; tears to 2 plates neatly repaired, right margin of one plate slightly creased without affecting the image, very light ocassional browning. Contemporary red half morocco over red cloth, gilt lines to covers, spine with raised bands gilt in compartments, gilt lettering to one, gilt edges; slightly rubbed. Attractively bound copy of the second issue of this celebrated work, with tinted plates, all numbered, and the keys facing the appropriate plates. At the outbreak of the Crimean War, Simpson was engaged upon views of the Baltic battles for Colnaghi and when that firm decided to publish a large illustrated work on the Crimean campaign from sketches made on the spot Simpson was selected for the work on Day's recommendation. He started on short notice, arrived at Balaclava in November 1854, and remained with the British army till the fall of Sebastopol. Simpson was thus a pioneer war-artist, and received several commissions to paint incidents in the war for the Queen. Abbey Travel 237. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Seat of War in the East

      London: Colnaghi, 1855-, 1856. Two volumes, folio, lithographed title and dedication, and 39 tinted or coloured lithographs and 20 sketch keys in the first part and lithograph title and 40 tinted or coloured lithographs and 16 sketch keys in the second part - a total of 81 plates (the title of the second part is plate 37) and 36 sketch keys; a particularly good copy in contemporary half crimson hardgrain morocco, matching cloth sides (stamped with the Spottiswoode crest), all edges gilt. Pioneering war art. First edition of this pioneering work of war art. In 1851 William Simpson moved to London and joined Day and Sons, the first London house to use pictorial lithography. Although he had served his apprenticeship in Glasgow, the techniques were so different, and standards so high, that Simpson felt that he had learnt his profession over again. On Day's recommendation, he was selected to cover the Crimean War, and arrived at Balaclava in November 1854. He immediately set to work on the illustrations that would establish his reputation. His wonderful depictions included highly detailed views of the military actions as well as the people and places of the region. In muted colours, Simpson managed to demonstrate the cycle of boredom and terror that we have come to recognise as warfare. Abbey confirms: 'These plates are indeed an impressive piece of work, not only artistically and technically, but also as pictorial reporting…'. Indeed, the rare quality of his images was such that Queen Victoria commissioned him to paint several pieces illustrating the conflict. Simpson's career culminated in the publication of his India ancient and modern in 1867. He had spent three years touring India, and four subsequent years developing his sketches into watercolours. By 1866 he had delivered two hundred and fifty images to Day and Sons. Heartbreakingly, the firm declared bankruptcy and his work was retained as property of the firm. The publication of the book was bittersweet for Simpson, not least because it contained only fifty of his images. Its proper publication would, no doubt, have resulted in a work on a par with both Hodges and the Daniells. This is a fine copy in its original binding.

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        GA aus halber Vogelschau, "Bremen aus der Vogelschau".

      . Stahlstich n. u. v. Adolph Eltzner b. Hornemann in Hannover, um 1855, 36,5 x 54. Sehr seltene Ansicht von Bremen. Der Betrachter schaut von Süden auf die Stadt. Die Ringmauern sind nicht mehr vorhanden.

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        The Tour[s] of Doctor Syntax: . In Search of the Picturesque; In Search of Consolation; In Search of a Wife. Illustrated with eighty-one plates by Thomas Rowlandson. [Ninth edition.]

      Nattali and Bond 1855 - 3 vols., with 80 hand-coloured plates by Rowlandson (see below), a little offsetting occasionally, a few scattered spots, pp. [iv], 272, [8, ads]; [iv], 277; [iv], 279, 8vo, original green ripple-grain cloth by Edmonds & Remnants (ticket in vol. i), sides with an elaborate panel blocked in blind, spines gilt, spines faded, attractive book stamp of T. Barber on the front free end-papers, the name within a wreath, very good This is not the ninth edition and it doesn?t have eighty-one plates - it would have 81 if there were an additional engraved title in vol. ii, but none is called for in the list of plates. The true ninth edition, which is very scarce, appeared 1819-21. The engraved titles here state ?ninth edition with new plates?, but the printed title make no such claim. There are two issues of this edition, with the date, as here, and without.

      [Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA]
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        in Schwarz, Blau und Rot aquarellierte Tuschfederzeichnung von Karl Bobics ( K. K. Ingenieur Strom Assistent zu Comorn ), "Karte des Komorner Comitats und der im Pressburg und Comorner Comitat liegenden Insel Schütt Mit Bezug auf die Regulirung derselben. ... 1855".

      . dat. 1855, Blattgröße 45 x 63. Rarität !! Das Gebiet der Insel Schütt mit der näheren Umgebung. - Die Karte zeigt nicht nur die Insel Schütt, sondern im Osten auch noch die Bezirke Muzsla und Perbete. Gebiet Bratislava ( Pressburg ) - Neuhäusel - Gran ( Esztergom ) - Komorn. Mit Einzeichnung kleinster Orte. - Alte Faltstellen wurden geglättet. Löcher in den Faltsellen restauriert.

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        Der Lustgarten in Berlin. - Le Jardin de plaissance a Berlin.

      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. u. v. Lütke b. Schröder in Berlin, um 1855, 16,5 x 23,5. Kiewitz 794; Ernst, Bd. 1. Lütke, nr. 54. - Blick vom Schloß aus. Der Lustgarten mit dem Alten Museum, rechts der Berliner Dom.

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        Gesamtansicht von der oberen Neckarhalde, links am Weg rastender Weingärtner.

      . Lithographie von Eberhard Emminger nach J. Braungart, 1855, 11 x 17cm.. Schefold 1547; Henning/Maier S. 146. - Geglättete Faltspuren. Hübsche kleine Ansicht.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Otto Theodor Freiherr von Manteuffel (Lübben/Spreewald 03. 02. 1805 - 26. 11. 1882 Gut Krossen/Landkrs. Luckau). Preuss. Politiker. Am 19. Dezember 1850 erfolgte seine definitive Ernennung zum Präsidenten des Staatsministeriums und Minister der auswärtigen Angelegenheiten, in welcher Eigenschaft er auch 1856 am Pariser Kongress teilnahm. Ganzporträt sitzend, "Minister Manteuffel als Herr Müller in der Schluder'schen Weißbierschenke ( Linienstr. 44 ).

      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. u. v. Burger b. Leopold Schlesinger ( Druck v. C.W. Ehrentraut ), um 1855, 23,6 x 30,1 Blattgr. 34 x 47cm. Manteuffel bei einem abendlichen Treffen in der Bierstube. Hier wohl als Redner in einer großen Runde seiner Anhänger. - Unten links im Stein signiert. Sehr seltenes und auch gut erhaltenes Blatt.

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        Mitte und Tiergarten, "Berlin".

      . Stahlstich v. Metzeroth b. Bibliogr. Institut, 1855, 25 x 34. Schulz, Stadtpläne von Berlin, Nr. 465. Sarkowski, Das Bibliogr.Institut, S. 214. Nicht bei Kiewitz. 2. Zustand. aus Meyer's Handatlas.- Stadtplan von Berlin, darunter Gesamtansicht mit dem Denkmal auf dem Kreuzberg in der Bildmitte. Die Ansicht wird von 2 kleinen weiteren Teilansichten flankiert: a) Das Bülowdenkmal und b) das Scharnhorstdenkmal. Oben rechts kleine Umgebungskarte von Berlin.

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        Münster und seine nächsten Umgebungen in malerischen Original-Ansichten nach der Natur aufgenommen in Stahl gestochen von verschiedenen Künstlern. Mit historisch-topographischen Texte.

      Münster / Friedrich Regensberg. 1855. 8°. 178 S. HLdr. d. Zt; 2. vermehrt. & verbess. Aufl.. Mit allen Stahlstichen! Fleißprämie von Rektor Josephus Frey an den Schüler Josephum Uppenkamp in lateinischer Sprache auf Vorsatzblatt! - Einband an den Kanten teilweise leicht berieben; wenige Seiten minimal stockfleckig; sonst wohlerhaltenes Exemplar!

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        Nach dem Rennen. ( Berliner Rennen 1853 ).

      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. Kaiser b. L. Sachse Co. in Berlin, um 1855, 48 x 64,5. Menschenmenge, die um das siegreiche Pferd steht, rechts der Jockey." - Bis auf die Abbildung beschnitten, ohne die typographische Untertitelung und auf einen Untersatzkarton montiert. - Sehr selten!

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        Rennen der Landwehr - Cavallerie - Pferde. ( Berliner Rennen 1853 ).

      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. Kaiser b. L. Sachse Co. in Berlin, um 1855, 48 x 64,5. In vollem Galopp, ein Reiter kann sich kaum auf dem Pferd halten. - Sehr selten!

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        Rennen auf freier Bahn. ( Berliner Rennen 1853 ).

      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. Kaiser b. L. Sachse Co. in Berlin, um 1855, 47 x 64,4 ( Blattgr. 60,5 x 79,7 cm ). Reiter in vollem Galopp auf der Bahn. - Herrliches Blatt, breitrandig und tadellos erhalten. Sehr selten!

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        Blackerís Art Of Flymaking, &c. Comprising Angling & Dyeing O Colours With Engravings Of Salmon & Trout Flies Shewing The Process Of The Gentle CraftÖWith Descriptions Of Flies For The Season Of The Year As They Come Out On The WaterÖ

      London: 1855. Third and Best Edition, rewritten, revised and enlarged. First published as Art of Angling, and Complete System of Fly-making and Dyeing of Colours in 1842 (pp. 32), and again as Blackerís Catechism of Fly-making, Angling, and Dyeing in 1843. "Strange medley of practical usefulness and rhapsodical extravagance. The instructions for fly-making are peculiarly concise and clear." Blacker provides instructions for making the palmer, or double-hackle fly, the gaudy salmon fly, winged larva, and other flies, information on the best flies to use in each of the months from March to August, and for various named rivers and lakes, descriptions of different kinds of fish, and detailed instructions on dying the various colours. Slater p. 10. Starkman & Read p. 64. Westwood & Satchell p. 33. cfBlakey p. 306. cfRobb p. 207. 18mo. pp. xi, [1], 259. engraved title & 21 engraved plates (incl. frontis. & 17 hand-coloured plates of flies). original blind-stamped cloth (front flyleaf defective)

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        Kiel mit 10 Randansichten. Lithographie von C. Blunck, um 1855. 13,5 x 21 cm.,

      1855 - Klose-Martius 181.- Mittig Kiel von Süden mit der Eisenbahn (6 x 12 cm), flankiert von Ansichten mit Marktplatz, Bade-Anstalt, Bahnhof, Tivoli, Aussicht bzw. Ansicht von Bellevue, Felsenhalle, Hornheim, Schlossgarten sowie Kiel von der Wilhelminenhöhe.- Mit floraler Rand- und Innenbordüre. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Brief mit eigenh. U.

      Nymphenburg bei München, 8. XII. 1855.. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. 4to.. An den Sänger Ludwig Cramolini (1804-1884): "Die Widmung Ihrer Lieder-Composition hat mich sehr erfreut, weshalb ich Sie auch ersuche anliegenden Ring als schwache Aeußerung Meiner Huldigung der Tonkunst und Meiner vollsten Anerkennung Ihrer würdigen Leistungen auf diesem Gebiete zu betrachten [...]". - Adalbert war ein Sohn von König Ludwig I. von Bayern. Nach ihm ist in München die Adalbertstraße benannt. - Etwas gebräunt und mit kleinen Randeinrissen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        The Imperial Gazetteer: A General Dictionary of Geography, Physical, Political. Statistical and Descriptive. Compiled from the Latest and Best Authorities. (Two Volumes, Complete)

      Glasgow, Edinburgh, & London: Blackie and Son. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1855. First Printing. Hard Cover. First Edition. Half dark green morocco over marbled boards, spines in six compartments separated by raised bands, gilt lettering in two compartments, gilt borders on spines and covers. Illustrated with 700 illustrations, views, costumes, maps, plans, etc. Each volume has a steel engraved frontispiece (Glasgow and Rio de Janeiro). Volume Two includes the Abstract of the 1851 Census of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. . Both volumes are in excellent condition, tight, square and clean; both show only very mild shelf-wear along the edges; hinges strong. A very handsome set. NEAR FINE. These are large and heavy volumes - additional postage may be necessary. . B&W Woodcuts and Steel Engravings. 4to 11" - 13" tall. xii, 1308; (iii), 1288, 61 pp .

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        TA., Nikolaikirche, "Die Nicolai Kirche in Potsdam".

      . kol. Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. F. Meyer ( Druck J. Hesse ) b. Schröder in Berlin, um 1855, 16,5 x 23,8. Nicht bei Drescher/Kroll. - Blick zur Nikolaikirche. Rechts das alte Rathaus.

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        The Dead Sea, A New Route to India: With Other Fragments and Gleanings to the East. 2 volume set

      London Longman, Browbn, Green, and Longmans 1855. G : in Good condition. Cover lightly rubbed. Spotting to prelims. Lacks frontispiece to volume I. Ex.-lib. with embossed stamps. Plates bright First Edition Blue hardback embossed cloth cover 210mm x 130mm (8" x 5"). xvi, 374pp; vii, 384pp. 2 folding maps [one in colour], and 8 [of 9] tissue guarded lithographed plates by Hullmandel & Walton.

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        A New Universal Atlas Containing Maps of the various Empires, Kingdoms, States and Republics of the World. With a special map of each of the United States, Plans of Cities &c

      Charles DeSilver, Philadelphia 1855 - Publisher's red half morocco with green marbled paper-covered boards, morocco title label elaborately tooled and lettered in gilt on upper cover. Modern red cloth box, dark red morocco lettering piece A fine copy of this famous atlas, with hand-coloured maps of all the individual States and Territories. The first edition to have DeSilver as publisher, and here including 'A New Map of Nebraska, Kansas, New Mexico & the Indian Territories' for the first time: present here as an additional map, un-numbered and not called for in the contents list Despite its title, the Atlas concentrates to a marked degree on the American continent with a city plan of Washington, D.C. and 42 maps of the area, including a fine double-page coast-to-coast map of the United States, and 30 maps of the States and Territories. The un-numbered map of Nebraska, Kansas, etc. is here bound between sheets numbered 37 and 38. S. Augustus Mitchell and his sons were the leading publishers of maps in the United States during most of the nineteenth century. Mitchell had come to Philadelphia around 1830 with the intention of improving the standard of geography textbooks, Philadelphia then being the leading city in America for cartographical publications. A New American Atlas , published in 1831, was his first work. In 1845 he acquired the rights to Tanner's New Universal Atlas (first published in 1836), and in 1846 he published his first edition of the present work. Mitchell continued to publish the atlas until 1850, when he sold the copyright to Cowperthwait & Co. of Philadelphia. Thomas, Cowperthwait & Company published it until the mid-1850s, when it was purchased by Charles De Silver. The Cowperthwait company continued to add, edit, alter and hand-colour the maps. Phillips Atlases 6118; cf. Ristow pp. 311-313; Rumsey pp.240-241. Folio. (17 x 14 inches). Chromolithographic title with large vignette, hand-coloured frontispiece of the heights of the principal mountains and lengths of the principal rivers, contents list printed in red, black and gold, 71 hand-coloured lithographed maps and charts (3 double-page) and 1 city plan. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Madrid. 1855. 67Pag+5Planos. 32X22. Continua: Madrid. 1853. Proyecto de Ferrocarril de Tarragona a Reus. 39Pag+1Plano. Obra extremadamente rara por su contenido. Ref 8.5 Biblioteca A.

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        Das Brandenburger Tor in Berlin. - La porte de Brandebourg a Berlin.

      . Aquatinta v. Hausheer n. Schröder ( Wilhelm ) b. Hübenthal & Comp., um 1855, 19 x 28. Kiewitz 1187; Ernst, Wilh. Schröder, Nr. 1. - Blick vom Pariser Platz aus. Schöne und stimmungsvolle Ansicht.

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        On the constitutional and local effects of disease of the supra-renal capsules

      London: Highley, 1855. <p>&#147;The Perfect Description of an Endocrine Disease&#148;</p><p>Addison, Thomas (1793-1860). On the constitutional and local effects of disease of the supra-renal capsules. 4to. viii, 43, [1]pp. 11 hand-colored lithograph plates. London: Samuel Highley, 1855. 327 x 250 mm. Original green cloth stamped in gilt and blind, slightly worn, skillfully recased retaining original endpapers, preserved in a half morocco drop-back box. A little light foxing, stamp on title, but a very fine, bright copy.</p><p>First Edition. &#147;The perfect description of an endocrine disease&#148; (Medvei, p. 226), and one of the most important rarities of 19th century medical literature. Addison&#146;s monograph inaugurated the study of diseases of the ductless glands and the disturbances in chemical equilibrium known as pluriglandular syndromes; it also marks the beginning of modern endocrinology. The present monograph focuses on diseases of the suprarenal capsules and contains the classic description of the endocrine disturbance now known as &#147;Addison&#146;s disease,&#148; and also includes his superb account of pernicious anemia (&#147;Addison&#146;s anemia&#148;), in which he suggested that the existence of anemia together with supra-renal disease was not coincidental. Addison was the first to suggest that the adrenal glands are essential for life, and his monograph inspired a burst of experimental research that led, among other things, to Vulpian&#146;s discovery of adrenalin in 1856. Garrison-Morton 3864. Norman / Grolier Medical Hundred 60c. Heirs of Hippocrates 1502. Goldschmid, Bibliographie der pathologisch-anatomischen Abbildung, p. 194. McCann, pp. 87-89. Medvei, pp. 225-230. Norman 8.</p>

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        Map of Australia, Compiled from the Nautical Surveys, Made by Order of the Admiralty and other Authentic Documents.

      1855 - London: James Wyld, c.1855. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen, edged in green silk, publisher label pasted on verso. 600 x 870mm. Some wear to folds of linen. edging frayed. Australia map, detailing the burgeoning English colonies in the south of the continent. Insets show Tasmania and the world with the British Empire in red. The rivers that have gold deposits for panning are marked

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        Mecklenburgisches Album. (Eine Sammlung in Stahlstich ausgeführter Ansichten der Städte, Architecturen und Denkmäler von Mecklenburg).

      Hamburg, Berendsohn, 1855 - 1856.. Titelblatt ( in Farblithographie ), Inhaltsverzeichnis ( in Kopie ), Subcribentenverzeichnis und 60 lose Stahlstichtafeln mit Ansichten, qu.-gr.- 4°, Originalschmuckkassette mit seitlichen Holzteilen und blauem Papierbezug und goldgeprägtem Papierbesatz ( Bordüren, Eckfleurons und Schriftzug auf dem Deckel ). - Besatz mit kleinen Fehlstellen, Deckel fleckig und 2 Seitenteile restauriert.. Engelmann, Bibliotheca Geographica, Bd. II, Seite 670/71. Mit Ansichten ( nach J. Gottheil, gestochen von Poppel und Kurz ) aller wichtigen Orte Mecklenburgs, darunter Güstrow (2x ); Neubrandenburg ( 5x); Neustrelitz ( 2x); Rostock (4x), Schwerin (11x), Wismar (3x) usw. - Mecklenburg - Schwerin ( 47 Ansichten), Mecklenburg - Strelitz ( 13 Ansichten )

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      New York: G. P. Putnam & Co., 1855. - Original deep blue cloth, decorated in blind, lettered in gilt. Endsheets tanned, small, shallow, marginal tidemark at fore-edge of pp. 249-76, a bit of light soiling to cloth, otherwise a very good, or perhaps slightly better, copy, with the gilt leather Brackenburn bookplate of Hugh Walpole. Enclosed in a full morocco folding case. First edition, first printing, with the requisite readings on pp. 141 and 237-9, in the first binding, with ornamented pendants in the spine lettering. The blue cloth binding is very uncommon on this title. For the inspiration for this fictional work, Melville turned to the LIFE AND REMARKABLE ADVENTURES OF ISRAEL R. POTTER (1824). Potter was captured at Bunker Hill and taken to Britain. He escaped and joined in the circle of rebel agents, and saw involvement in many subsequent major events. BAL 13667. WRIGHT II:1700.

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        Flower Fables [with a Presentation Inscription by Edward Everett Hale]

      Boston: George W. Briggs & Co., 1855. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. A Near Fine copy of the first edition, first printing, of Louisa May Alcott&#39;s debut book, a collection of short stories and poems written by her in 1849 -- at age 16 -- for her dear friend, Ellen Emerson, the daughter of Ralph Waldo Emerson, and not published until six years after their writing. [Note: Alcott also wrote "The Inheritance" in 1849, but it was not published until 1997.] This is a Near Fine copy with only tiny bits of wear to the spine ends and tiny rubs to the board corners and a small light area to the front board. The front free endpaper has a small loss at the upper edge. The decorative cloth remains unusually vibrant and bright with the spine being only lightly darkened --- altogether a considerably better copy than we usually see. The front free endpaper also bears a presentation inscription from Edward Everett Hale giving this copy a noteworthy Association. The inscription reads: "Alice Miller,- // With the best wishes of her / old friend E.E. Hale / for the New Year / Jan 1, 1856." Edward Everett Hale was a noted Author, Historian, and Unitarian Minister whose father (Nathan Hale) was the nephew of American Revolutionary War Hero Nathan Hale. Among other works, Hale authored the short story "The Man Without a Country". Hale retired from his ministry in 1899 -- and was succeeded in the pulpit was Edward Cummings, father of E. E. Cummings -- at which time he as considered to be one of the nation&#39;s most important men of letters. Unsurprisingly, Hale and Alcott knew one another and corresponded, and it is thought that Hale, as editor of the "Christian Examiner, Old and New", sought to publish some of Alcott&#39;s work. A statue of Hale by Bela Pratt graces the Boston Public Garden. An altogether Near Fine copy of Louisa May Alcott&#39;s debut book with an excellent Association.

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