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        Madame Bovary

      First edition with all the characteristics of the first impression, including the error to "Sénart" on the dedication leafElegant half purple morocco over marbled paper boards by Georges Huser, spine in six compartments with triple blindruled frames with gilt floral motif in centre, gilt dates to foot of spines, marbled pastedowns and endpapers, covers preserved, top edges gilt, ex libris pasted inside upper coversRetaining the publisher's catalogue at the end of the first volumeA fine and desirable copy handsomely bound, retaining its rare covers, by Georges Huser. Michel Lévy frères Paris 1857 12x18,5cm 2 volumes reliés

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        Little Dorrit.

      8vo, sometime bound by Gilbert Brothers in full dark blue calf gilt, boards with elaborate floral borders within triple-ruled gilt fillets enclosing blind roll-tooled floral borders within triple-ruled blind fillets, spine gilt in compartments, one with contrasting morocco lettering piece, others richly decorated in gilt, gilt roll-tooled board edges, gilt roll-tooled turn-ins, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt; engraved frontispiece, additional engraved title-page and engraved plates by H.K. Browne; a handsome copy. First edition. No half-title, but not called for by Smith (Charles Dickens in the Original Cloth).

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        [Japanese Colour Woodblock Historical Atlas of China] ??????????. [To?do rekidai shu?gun enkaku chizu]....

      [Edo]. [Circa1857]. Thirteen colour double page woodblock maps in excellent condition, bound in Japanese accordion binding, 36 x 24.5cm, map size 36 x 48.5cm. Blue and black paper title label upper cover, subtly patterned yellow paper covered boards lightly marked and rubbed at corners, occasional worming in margins, a very good copy in modern Japanese cloth covered case. This Japanese historical atlas of Chinese maps traces Chinese history from the early times through to the Qing Dynasty. First published in 1789, two editions of this atlas were published in 1835. This handsome atlas was very popular and was published in at least seven different editions between 1789 and 1857.The maps in this atlas are: 1. ?????? [Dai Shinkoku do?teizu] [Map of The Broad World of Great Qing] 2. ????? [Uko? kyu?shu?zu] [Yugong Map of the Nine Provinces] 3. ????? [Shu? Shokuho?-shi zu] [Map of the Nine Provinces of Zhou Dynasty] 4. ????? [Shunju? rekkokuzu] [Map of Five Nations of Chunqiu Period (Eastern Zhou Dynasty)] 5. ????? [Sengoku shichiyu?zu] [Map of Seven States of Zhanguo Period (Eastern Zhou Dynasty)] 6. ????????? [Shin sanju?rokugun narabi ni Etsu shigun] [Map of Thirty-six Administrative Regions of Qin Dynasty] 7. ????? [Seikan shu?gunzu] [Map of Administrative Divisions and subdivisions of Western Han Dynasty] 8. ????? [To?kan shu?gunzu] [Map of Administrative Divisions of Eastern Han Dynasty] 9. ????? [Sangoku teijizu] [Map of Tripartite Confrontation of the Three Kingdoms] 10. ???????? [Ryo? Shin Nanbokucho? shu?gunzu] [Map of Administrative Divisions and Subdivisions of Two Jin Dynasties, Southern and Northern Dynasties (A.D.265-5890] 11. ???? [To? ju?do?zu] [Map of Ten Prefectures of Tang Dynasties] 12. ?????????? [Dai Min itto nikei ju?sansho?zu] [Map of Thirteen Provinces of Great Ming] 13. ??????? [Ajia sho ?To?yo?zu] [Map of Asia and Little Eastern Ocean] (When referring to this item please quote stockid 156681)....

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         Traité des dégénérescences physiques, intellectuelles et morales de l'espèce humaine et des causes qui produisent ces variétés maladives.

      Paris, Londres, & New-York, Baillière, 1857, 1 vol. de texte in 8° et 1 atlas in folio, de XIX-700pp., et 23pp. & 12 planches lithographiques pour l'atlas, soit 2 vol. demi-basane brune époque, dos lisse à filets dorés, pièce de titre rouge, rousseurs pour le texte sinon bel exemplaire très frais pour l'atlas. Très rare édition originale de cet ouvrage majeur du Dr. Morel qui approfondit les problèmes de l'hérédité morbide. "Dès 1856 Morel ne songe plus qu'à la dégénérescence, passe son temps à circuler de côté et d'autre pour étudier les types et vérifier les lois qu'il a formulées". Car pour lui les aliénés enfermés dans les asiles sont, dans la presque généralité des cas, des dégénérés, qui présentent sous leurs dissemblances des typologies morbides héréditaires ou acquises. Les lithographies représentent 37 adultes ou enfants dégénérés. ¶ Semelaigne pionniers psychiatrie I. 342 - Brierre de Boismont maladies mentales p.698 - Garrison-Morton n°2297 " The atlas reproduces by lithography some of the earliest photographs of the insane" - Heirs of Hippocrates n° 1721 - Norman n° 1545.

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        Les fleurs du mal

      Poulet-Malassis & De Broise. First edition on vélin d'Angoulême paper, complete with the six censored parts. A superb Jansenist binding by Semet & Plumelle in deep red morocco, spine in six compartments, date gilt at foot of spine, gilt roulettes to head- and tail-pieces, black morocco pastedowns framed with gilt fillet, purple moiré silk endpapers, covers and spine preserved (upper cover and spine with traces of restoration work), gilt fillet to edges of covers, all edges gilt; slipcase edged with deep red morocco, marbled paper boards, lined with brown cloth. An exceedingly rare copy of the first issue, which as well as all the usual typographic errors of the first edition ("Feurs du mal", pagination error and so on), also has a printing error on p.12 ("s'enhardissent" for "s'enhardissant"). Corrected from the start of the print run, this printing error only remains in an absolutely tiny number of copies.  This copy is enriched with a manuscript correction by Baudelaire, who has crossed out the "e" and added an "a" in the margin, as if correcting proofs.This printing error, not in the corrected proofs in the collection of the Bibliotheque National de France, was due to the printers, who introduced a number of errors into this first quire, most of which were spotted before printing by Baudelaire, as this letter to Poulet-Malassis attests: "I have just received the first leaf. I hope it's not been printed, because your workmen have introduced new faults into it, like for example 'points' for 'poings', and so on."The error in "s'enhardissant" must have escaped his notice in the first instance and was not corrected till after printing had commenced.Baudelaire immediately corrected this error on the first copies he received - in pencil, as was his habit - before having the type corrected. After they had finished printing, he went on to find seven other faults one after the other, which he also corrected by hand on some copies as and when he found them.The bibliographies generally have "s'enhardissant" as the only error corrected during the printing process itself, but our copy also has other particularities which do not appear in most of the 1,300 copies of the first edition.For instance, on the verso of the half-title, there are four elements that are present on our copy which were successively to disappear during the course of printing:- "Les Editeurs" has an accent on the 'E'.- There is a space between "Ils poursuivront" and the comma that follows it.  - "toutes contrefaçons et toutes traductions" would later become "toutes contrefaçons et traductions".- "Les traits" does not yet have a capital letter.   The typographic corrections did not appear all at the same time. Thus, some copies have all these characteristics except the space before the comma, while others are entirely corrected, but with the space reinstated and another space inserted after "Lois" (which serves to order the typographic layout of the page).The title page also has several more or less marked variants:- The absence of the full stop and final bracket after "Les tragiques, liv.II", which characterizes this copy, was corrected on many others.- The space between the "4" and the comma in Poulet-Malassis' address is not yet present in this first impression, but would appear in other copies independently of the previous correction.- Finally, the spacing of the characters in the publisher's name differs according to title page. On ours, "libraires-éditeurs" ends level with the final "B" of "Broise"; while on other title pages, it finishes before the "B" or, by contrast, halfway along the "R".   The other copies we have consulted do not show a homogeneity of corrections, and one can see several states of the title page, with one or more corrections.A thorough analysis of these changes remains, therefore, to be undertaken. Let us merely say that the copies on Hollande that we have seen show the same typographic characteristics as ours, except for the error in "s'enhardissant".Let us also add that, contrary to the bibliographical information in current usage, the covers do not show differences other than the ones described by Carteret, first and foremost. Some of the errors that have appeared on the title page of this copy are indeed found on some covers, mostly on those of the so-called "third state", which seems always to be present on first impression copies, like those on Hollande (whose only difference with this "third state" is the price - 6fr instead of 3fr - marked on the back).   The covers having been printed after the main body of the work - if Baudelaire's letters are to be believed - it is hard to draw conclusions about this correlation between the first issue and the third state of the cover; but it does open the way to certain hypotheses.Might we suppose that the succession of states is not as we believe it to be and that, like the first quire, the errors were not corrected during printing but, quite the contrary, "introduced" by the workers at the press?A number of questions remain up in the air surrounding the printing and distribution of this work, despite its important place within French literature. Thus, non-expurgated copies are often presented as copies sold before Poulet-Malassis' "ridiculous surgical intervention" (to borrow a phrase from Baudelaire) on the 200 copies still available. In actual fact, Baudelaire's correspondence, like that of Poulet-Malassis, reveals that sales were far less galloping and most of the copies were quite simply pulled and "put away somewhere safe" by the author and the publisher. "Quick, hide - but hide well! - the whole of the edition; you must have 900 copies still unbound. There are another hundred at Lanier's; they seemed quite taken aback that I wanted to save 50; I put them in a safe place... There are 50 left, then, to feed Justice, that Hound of Hell!" Baudelaire wrote to Poulet-Malassis on the 11th July 1857. The publisher, too, swung into action by spreading his stock around various "accomplices", including Asselineau, to whom he wrote on the 13th July: "Baudelaire wrote me an urgent letter that I received yesterday, in which he informed me of the seizure. I want to see him before I believe it, but in any event we've taken some precautions. THE COPIES ARE SAFE and thanks to your good will, we will be sending by rail today a case with 200 copies still unbound, which I would ask you to keep until my next visit... "We have found no trace of these copies, placed in storage, then being brought back into commercial circulation. Could one draw a link between these unbound copies and the various states of the cover, for which we do not really know the reason (corrections being almost entirely insignificant)? Could these copies have been put back into circulation intact, despite the verdict?The rarity of copies of the first edition of les Fleurs du Mal would lead one to suspect that the unsold copies that were not subjected to censure disappeared, at least in part. That said, the enormous importance of this work has made it, right from the start, one of the most universally sought-after bibliographical items (a note on Poulet-Malassis' copy reveals that the prices of copies on Hollande multiplied by six in barely a few months) and therefore most difficult to acquire.Copies of the first impression - ours with an error corrected by the poet himself - in prestigious signed bindings are, after the few on Hollande and inscribed copies, the rarest and most prestigious state of this founding work of modern poetry.  Poulet-Malassis & De Broise Paris 1857 122x195mm relié sous étui

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        Madame Bovary

      Michel Lévy frères. Original edition.Binding open eggplant sorrow, back with four nerves purposes set with triple gilt fillets decorated with cold boxes, cold rollers on caps and cuts, framing quintuple gold striping and a wide net on the cold dishes, lace golden framing of contreplats, guards and contreplats silk moiré cream, light freckles on minor contreplats and guards, all edges gilt, bookplate pasted on a contreplat a clear wetting minor in the first foot slips the book, elegant contemporary binding (which occurs just as Clouzot).Very rare autograph signed by the author Alfred Guerard, close friend of Bouilhet which is dedicated to the book:"Alf. GuerardRemember friendshipGustave Flaubert "(The last letters of the word friendship and Flaubert's name was trimmed by the bookbinder).Autographs shipments are rare on Flaubert Madame Bovary. (See Clouzot).Alfred Guerard was with Gustave Flaubert closest friend Bouilhet. This large industrial Rouen was also a friend of the arts and a true patron Bouilhet who dedicated several works. Flaubert, as evidenced by his correspondence, was not wanting to invite him to his literary or artistic dinners. It will include, in 1863, one of the very few listeners Castle hearts, magic aborted knew that this "solemn reading before an Areopagus" Flaubert selects among his friends from high society: "We wanted to have a bourgeois public to judge the effect of the naive work "(see the letters to his niece Caroline in December 1863).Nice copy with autograph sending richly established contemporary binding. Michel Lévy frères Paris 1857 10,5x17cm 2 volumes reliés en 1

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        Géographie du moyen Age, étudiée par Joachim Lewelel.

      Bruxelles: Pilliet, 1852-1854-, 1857. Four parts text bound in one volume, with epilogue and atlas volumes, the latter oblong folio; 18 plates (some folding) in the text volumes, 50 plates (see note) in the atlas volume, excellent impressions of all the plates; the three volumes differently bound: recent quarter morocco with green boards (text); early crimson pebbled cloth, modern half green morocco over marbled boards (atlas). First edition, with the full suite of lithographic plates, depicting any number of famous and important early maps, by a 'pioneer writer on cartography' (Tooley). This is one of the most important - and eccentric - early studies of the geography of the Middle Ages and early Renaissance, and is only rarely seen complete with its folio atlas and the particularly uncommon epilogue volume of 1857.Lelewel's comprehensive intensive study of classical Greek, Latin and Arab sources, with each of the intricately engraved plates prepared by the author himself, includes the accounts of navigators, pilots and voyagers, and his scholarship makes it a significant source for cartography and the history of travel. The work is wide in scope, and whether Lelewel is discussing the foundations of modern Ptolemaic geography, the peregrinations of the Jewish scholar Benjamin of Tudele, or the great fourteenth-century Arab expeditions of Ibn Battuta, his synthesis of the field is magisterial.Lelewel was a Polish historian, educated at the Imperial University of Vilna. Although of Prussian descent, he became an ardent nationalist and his lectures on Polish history galvanised the country. One of the rebels of the November Uprising against the Russian authorities in 1830, he went into exile in Paris soon after the rebellion was suppressed, and was soon after forced to leave France for Brussels at the explicit request of the Russian Ambassador. A friend of Marx and Engels, he was a political agitator throughout his life.The plate count is complex, but the present example has the full complement. The folio atlas has 50 plates, as required: 49 are full page lithographs, while the remaining map (plate 47) is tipped on to the title-page, as instructed in the plate listing (this has caused some confusion among bibliographers; Howes, for example, lists "49" plates only). The question of the smaller plates for the text volumes has also been confused: Graesse calls for 12 plates, but the listing does not include the epilogue volume; Leclerc, who does notice the epilogue, calls for only 14 plates in total; Sabin does not list the smaller plates; and lastly, Howes lists 18 plates. This example with 18 & 50 plates, then, corresponds to the largest number of plates recorded by any of the bibliographers. A little frayed at spine epilogue.

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        Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa Including a Sketch of Sixteen Year' Residence in the Interior of Africa and a Journey from the Cape of Good Hope to Loanda on the West Coast; Thence Across the Continent, Down the River Zambesi, to the Eastern Ocean.

      London: John Murray, 1857. Undetermined. near fine. 1st edition, later Issue. ix, 687, [8]pp. Thick octavo. Original brown boards with decorative blind stamp. Rebacked, retaining original backstrip. Gilt title on spine. Bookplate on front paste down endpaper. 47 wood engraved illustrations, including folding engraved frontis and portrait plate. 2 folding maps, one in pocket inside back cover. Abbey, Travel, 347. David Livingstone is one of the most famous nineteenth-century explorers who traveled to Africa. His first published narrative was a bestseller. Livingstone made contributions to geography, medicine and science, the abolition of the slave trade, as well as in missionary work. 1857

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        SECTIONAL MAP OF THE SURVEYED PORTION OF MINNESOTA AND THE NORTH WESTERN PART OF WISCONSIN

      Boston, 1857. Folding color map, 32 x 24 inches. 16mo. Original printed wrappers. Spine split and repaired with old tape. Map color bright and clean. Very good. A rare early map of Minnesota. Like other Minnesota maps of this period, the present map is most valuable for showing nascent development along the northern shore of Lake Superior. "A beautiful map, showing the country in great detail" - Eberstadt. This issue was published in locally printed wrappers by D.D. Merrill, Randall & Co. in St. Paul. CHECKLIST OF THE PRINTED MAPS OF THE MIDDLE WEST (MINNESOTA) 0715. EBERSTADT 107:265. RUMSEY 2381 (another ed). PHILLIPS MAPS (another ed).

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        THE EVIDENCES AGAINST CHRISTIANITY

      New York: Calvin Blanchard, 1857. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good/Very good. Two volumes. New York: Calvin Blanchard, 1857. Second edition, revised and expanded. Born in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, Hittell (1825-1901) graduated from Miami University (Ohio) and practiced law before joining a company of adventureres en route to the gold fields of California. He spent the winter of 1849-50 in the mines of Reading's Diggings, then worked on Cottonwood Creek. After moderate success, he gave up the gold hunt in May 1850 and settled in Sonoma. In 1852, he moved to San Francisco and joined the editorial staff of Alta California, where he remained employed for the following 25 years. He also wrote several important books on California, including Yosemite: Its Wonders and Its Beauties (1868) and A History of the City of San Francisco, and Incidentally of the State of California (1878), as well as this controversial work in which Hittell employs "pantheistic evidence" against the supersitions of Christianity. Though widely condemned, it elicited praise from those associated with Transcendentalism and the Freethought movement. Nevertheless, Hittell later regretted the work and actively worked to suppress it. Presentation copy, inscribed and dated in the year of publication by Hittell to his brother, Theodore H. Hittell, a prominent San Francisco attorney whose History of California (four volumes, 1885-97) is considered the first serious and orderly study of the Golden State, on the front flyleaf in the first volume. Octavo. Original brown cloth bindings, with blind-stamped decorations and gilt titles. Light toning and justa hint of foxing to the contents, with some minor edgewear to the boards; otherwise very good.

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        A Two Year's Cruise off Tierra del Fuego, The Falkland Islands, Patagonia and in the River Plate: A Narrative of Life in the South Seas in 2 volumes. Volume I & II

      Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, & Roberts, London, 1857.. 8vo. orig. cloth hardcovers. pp.376,368. colour frontis' colour plates with tissue guards, 2 folding maps at rear of volume 1, folding map at rear of volume 2. Very good set, some foxing mainly to prelims and verso of plates, small tear on one map. Small tear to cloth at top of spine on volume 1. Small news clipping pasted in on top edge, at end of volume 2. Title on spine..."Snow's Voyages to the South Seas and Tierra del Fuego. .

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        Autograph letter, signed, to Heinrich Barth (?)].[London], 9 December, 1855. Folded leaf (18.5 x 11.4 cm). In English.

      - Cf. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society vol. 1 (1857), nr. 1, pp. 12-13. Letter by Frederick William Beechey (1796-1856), Arctic explorer and from 1855 president of the Royal Geographical Society. The author discusses a paper on the geography of Central Africa which will be read at the Society "tomorrow evening". The paper referred to was James MacQueen's "Notes on the Geography of Central Africa", read on 10 December.The first page of the letter bears the name of "Dr Barth", possibly the German Africa explorer Heinrich Barth. Beechey mentions the possibility of arranging a meeting between the addressee and Sir Roderick Murchison, one of the founders of the Royal Geographical Society and Beechey's successor as president. In fine condition.

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        PROSTITUTION, CONSIDERED IN ITS MORAL, SOCIAL & SANITARY ASPECTS, IN LONDON AND OTHER LARGE CITIES WITH PROPOSALS FOR THE MITIGATION AND PREVENTION OF ITS ATTENDANT EVILS

      John Churchill, London 1857 - FIRST EDITION. 8vo. ix, (1), 190, (2), 40 pp. Dark brown grained cloth, gilt title to spine, head and tail of spine a touch worn. Orig yellow pastedowns, with bookplate mounted inside the front cover. A Light spotting to prelims and title-page. A near-Fine copy. Scarce. William Acton (1813-75) was a British medical doctor and writer well known for his views on moral issues. On the subject of prostitution Acton concluded that "Vanity, giddiness, greediness, love of dress, distress, hunger, mark women prostitutes, but not general sensuality." Following publication of this major work, Acton spent the rest of his life trying to teach upper-class English citizens how to manage the idea of child masturbation. This was referred to as "masturbation hysteria" at the time, and people had several beliefs, such as that masturbation could lead to blindness. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Life and Times of Alexander Hamilton

      J.W. Bradley, Philadelphia 1857 - Beautiful leather binding with gilt designs. 7.5 inches tall, about 5.5 inches wide. All page blocks in red. Great engraved frontispiece of Hamilton. Condition: Very Good condition. Binding is solid and tight. Hinges and joints are sturdy, with no cracking or tears. Hinges have been professionally strengthened. No missing pages. Some light corner/edge wear to cloth, leather. Some foxing mainly to the first few pages and portrait of Hamilton. This copy is unique in that it is inscribed to an attorney by the publisher himself.Alexander Hamilton (January 11, 1755 or 1757 - July 12, 1804) was an American statesman and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. He was an influential interpreter and promoter of the U.S. Constitution, as well as the founder of the nation's financial system, the Federalist Party, the United States Coast Guard, and The New York Post newspaper. As the first Secretary of the Treasury, Hamilton was the main author of the economic policies of the George Washington administration. He took the lead in the funding of the states' debts by the Federal government, as well as the establishment of a national bank, a system of tariffs, and friendly trade relations with Britain. His vision included a strong central government led by a vigorous executive branch, a strong commercial economy, with a national bank and support for manufacturing, plus a strong military. This was challenged by Virginia agrarians Thomas Jefferson and James Madison who formed a rival party. They favored strong states based in rural America and protected by state militias as opposed to a strong national army and navy. They denounced Hamilton as too friendly toward Britain and toward monarchy in general, and too oriented toward cities, business and banking. Hamilton was among those dissatisfied with the weak national government. He led the Annapolis Convention, which successfully influenced Congress to issue a call for the Philadelphia Convention in order to create a new constitution. He was an active participant at Philadelphia, and he helped achieve ratification by writing 51 of the 85 installments of The Federalist Papers which, to this day, are the single most important reference for Constitutional interpretation. Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr tied for the presidency in the electoral college in 1801, and Hamilton helped to defeat Burr, whom he found unprincipled, and to elect Jefferson despite philosophical differences. Hamilton continued his legal and business activities in New York City, and was active in ending the international slave trade. Vice President Burr ran for governor of New York State in 1804, and Hamilton crusaded against him as unworthy. Burr took offense and challenged him to a duel. Burr mortally wounded Hamilton, who died the next day. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Arabischer Circus auf dem Paradeplatz, von der rühmlichst bekannten Gesellschaft des Rudolph Knie.

      (Frankfurt) Druck von Rudolf Baist, (1857). Einblattdruck mit Holzschnitt-Illustration, zwei tanzende Artistinnen im Kostüm zeigend (14 x 21 cm). Blattgr.: 41 x 27 cm. In insgesamt 8 Abteilungen wurden u. a. aufgeführt: Tänze auf dem englischen Seile; Die Leiter-Promenade; Böhmische Polka, Slowaken-Tanz getanzt von Frl. Knie und Frl. Brask (dazu wohl die Illustration), Herr Hesselbach auf der rollenden Kugel und Die französischen Trapeze, aufgeführt von Herrn Samson. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Madame Bovary

      Michel Levy Freres 1857 - First edition, first trade issue with "Senart" for "Senard" on the dedication page. Two volumes, in contemporary half leather binding with a bit of restoration, bound without publisher's catalog at rear. Owner names at front of each volume, sporadic age spotting to pages. A charming copy of the author's debut novel, a breakthrough in the craft of literary narration that helped create the modern novel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Istituzioni di Gajus commentarj quattro. Testo, versione e note. Con introduzione e appendici. Volume primo e secondo. Biblioteca giuridica teorico-pratica pubblicata per cura dell'avv. Giuseppe Tedeschi

      Libreria alla Minerva Editrice, 1857. In 8, pp. XXXVIII+200, VIII+205. Rilegatura coeva m. tela con impressioni in oro sul dorso. Testo latino a fronte. Rare fioriture sperse. Un alone all'angolo inf. delle prime 58 pagine e delle ultime 20 del vol. 2. Timbro di possesso sul frontesp. del vol. 1.

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        Souvenir de Constantinople. (= Einbd.tit.).

      Quer-8. 15 Kartonbll. auf Leinenfälzchen m. 30 mont. Orig.photgr. m. hs. Bildunterschriften (Albuminabzüge, Bildformat ca. 16,5 x 12 cm, meist in der Platte betitelt, teils mit Fotografenangabe und Nummerierung). Roter OHalblederbd. m. goldgepr. Deckeltitel (in arabischer u. lateinischer Schrift), blindgepr. Deckelrahmen u. umseit. Rottschnitt. Einbd. angestaubt u. an den Kapitalen etw. abgerieben, die Kartonbll. etw. gebräunt u. stockfl. Souvenir-Album von Konstantinopel für den sich seinerzeit etablierenden Orient-Tourismus mit 30 photographischen Aufnahmen aus dem bedeutenden Fotostudio Sébah & Joailler. Das Fotostudio wurde 1857 in Istanbul von Pascal Sébah (1823-1886), einem der führenden Photographen im osmanischen Reich, gegründet. Nach dem Tod des Gründers wurde der französische Photograf Policarpe Joaillier (1848-1904) 1884/85 zum Partner und führte das Unternehmen schließlich unter dem Namen Sébah-Joaillier weiter. Stilistisch fotografierte er in der Tradition des Ateliergründers weiter und es entstand eine groß angelegte Serie von Landschafts- und Monumentalfotografien von Instanbul. Die Firma erhielt das Recht, den Titel Photographen des Sultans zu tragen. Die Fotografien wurden unter anderem zur Illustration von wissenschaftlichen Werken über den Orient verwendet. 1890 übernahm der nun 18-jährige Sohn des Gründers, Jean-Pascal Sébah, das Geschäft. Die lange und komplexe Firmengeschichte macht es schwierig, die Urheberschaft der einzelnen Aufnahmen eindeutig nachzuvollziehen. Hinweise geben die Signaturen: Jean Pascal Sébah hatte die Signatur seines Vaters P. Sebah um seine Initialen auf J. P. Sebah erweitert, Joaillier wiederum signierte mit Sebah & Joaillier. Bei unserem Album sind 15 Aufnahmen mit Sebah & Joaillier u. nur eine Aufnahme m. P. Sébah gezeichnet, die übrigen sind nicht signiert. - Die Aufnahmen zeigen Typen, Straßenszenen und Bauwerke. - DIESES OBJEKT UNTERLIEGT DER DIFFERENZBESTEUERUNG.

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        Autograph letter signed. Berlin, 1. III. 1857.

      1857. 8vo. 4 pp. on bifolium. To Mr. Brendel, apologizing for sending an article with delay .

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        Little Dorrit.

      London: Bradbury and Evans,, 1857. With illustrations by H. K. Browne. Octavo (210 x 135 mm). Contemporary brown half calf, marbled boards, black morocco label, elaborate gilt decoration to spine, blind stamping to boards, marbled endpapers and edges. Frontispiece, vignette title page, and 38 plates. Bookplate to front pastedown. Some wear and rubbing to extremities, boards a little scuffed, oxidisation to plates as usual, a few small tears to pp. 313-316, a very good copy. First edition, bound from the parts. Dickens's errata on p. 317 ("William" instead of "Frederick") and pp. 469-74 ("Rigaud" instead of "Blandois") have been neatly supplied by hand.

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        HISTORY OF CHIVALRY AND ANCIENT ARMOUR

      Willis & Sotheran 1857 - This famously illustrated work comes bound in the publishers blue cloth, stamped in gilt and blind, in an oblong 8vo format (11 3/4" X 9 1/4"). The binding shows some wear and scuffing with a bubble in the cloth on the rear board, ever so slightly cocked. The work is complete with 62 very attractive hand colored plates many of which are folding double page. Plate #30 is bound as a frontis. Plates are from very good (only a hand full with light toning and some with transfer as no tissue guards were used) to fine (virtually no faults) with most being the latter.Bookplate and pencil inscription inside front board/fly. The text describes the Feudal system, knighthood and its importance to the history of the middle ages. Translated from the German edition which precedes this edition. Often broken up and scarce in the trade. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Little Dorrit. With illustrations by H. K. Browne.

      London: Bradbury and Evans, 1857 - Octavo (210 x 135 mm). Contemporary brown half calf, marbled boards, black morocco label, elaborate gilt decoration to spine, blind stamping to boards, marbled endpapers and edges. Bookplate to front pastedown. Some wear and rubbing to extremities, boards a little scuffed, oxidisation to plates as usual, a few small tears to pp. 313-316, a very good copy. Frontispiece, vignette title page, and 38 plates. First edition, bound from the parts. Dickens's errata on p. 317 ("William" instead of "Frederick") and pp. 469-74 ("Rigaud" instead of "Blandois") have been neatly supplied by hand. Smith I.12. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Nederlandsche Kleederdragten, naar de natuur geteekend door Valentyn Bing en Braet Von Ueberfeldt. Costumes des Pays-Bas, dessinés d'après nature par V. Bing et Braet Von Ueberfeldt

      1857 - Précieux exemplaire du tirage de luxe, imprimé sur grand papier, avec les 74 lithographies entièrement en couleurs. Amsterdam, Frans Buffa en Zonen, [1850]-1857.Soit 2 parties en 1 volume in-folio de I/ (2) ff., (14) ff., 56 planches à pleine page en couleurs numérotées ; II/ (6) ff. et 18 planches à pleine page en couleurs numérotées. Pte. déchirure restaurée dans la marge de 2 planches sans manque, dernier f. de texte plus court et restauré sans manque. Reliure romantique en demi-maroquin brun, cadre décoratif frappé or sur les plats composé de filets et d'un motif floral, dos à nerfs orné dans les caissons d'un motif frappé à froid. Qq. taches et frottements, restauration en queue du dos. Reliure de l'époque.540 x 385 mm. / Precious copy from the deluxe issue, printed on large paper, with the 74 lithographs entirely in color. Amsterdam, Frans Buffa en Zonen, [1850]-1857.That is 2 parts in 1 folio volume [540 x 385 mm] of : I/ (2) ll., (14) ll., 56 full-page numbered plates in color; II/ (6) ll. and 18 full-page numbered plates in color. Small tear restored in the margin of 2 plates without loss, last l. of text shorter and restored without loss.Romantic binding in brown half-morocco, gilt decorative frame stamped on the covers composed of fillets and a floral pattern, spine ribbed and decorated with a blind-stamped pattern. A few stains and rubbings, restoration on the foot of the spine. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TIERSOT Julien Danses Populaires Françaises Orchestre ca1903

      - TIERSOT Julien Danses Populaires Françaisespour Orchestrepar Julien Tiersot(1857-1936)1. Branle Carré et Pastourelle2. Marche de Noce (Berri)3. Branle de Savoie4. Intermède (Légende Bretonne)5. Farandole et Danses ProvençalesConducteur : 144 pagesMatériel d'Orchestre : 1er Violons x6, 2e Violons x4, Altos x3, Violoncelles x3, Contrebasses x3, Flutes, Hautbois et Cor Anglais, Clarinettes, Bassons, Cors, Trompettes, 1er et 2e Trombones, 3e Trombone, Timbales, Tambourin, Triangle, HarpeParis, Henry Lemoine & Cie 19357 & 19358 HLDébut XXe siècle ca1903 (Edition originale)Très bon état014317 Orchestre [Attributes: First Edition]

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        [Autograph letter, signed, to Heinrich Barth (?)].[London], 9 December, 1855. Folded leaf (18.5 x 11.4 cm). In English.

      Cf. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society vol. 1 (1857), nr. 1, pp. 12-13. Letter by Frederick William Beechey (1796-1856), Arctic explorer and from 1855 president of the Royal Geographical Society. The author discusses a paper on the geography of Central Africa which will be read at the Society "tomorrow evening". The paper referred to was James MacQueen's "Notes on the Geography of Central Africa", read on 10 December.The first page of the letter bears the name of "Dr Barth", possibly the German Africa explorer Heinrich Barth. Beechey mentions the possibility of arranging a meeting between the addressee and Sir Roderick Murchison, one of the founders of the Royal Geographical Society and Beechey's successor as president. In fine condition.

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        Die Insel Mainau und der Badische Bodensee. Mit Berücksichtigung der angrenzenden Gebietstheile. Im Allerhöchsten Auftrage Seiner Königlichen Hoheit des Regenten Friedrich von Baden bearbeitet von Lucian Reich. Mit zehn Ansichten, auf Stein gezeichnet von J.N. Heinemann.

      8. Lithographierter Titel, VIII, 1 Bl. 289 S. Mit 10 lithographierten Tafeln. Hellblauer Orig.-Pappband mit lithographischer Deckelzeichnung . Gutes Exemplar der Originalausgabe, im Originalverlagseinband sehr selten. Vollständig mit allen zehn Tafeln. Vorsatzblatt mit Bibliotheksstempel von Freiherr Hugo v. Babo ( 1857 - 1924 ) der seinen Lebensabend auf Schloss Egg am Bodensee verbrachte . Geringe Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, teils etwas braunfleckig , insbesondere die ersten drei Blätter und meist im Randbereich der Tafeln, Einband etwas angestaubt und berieben , schwacher Buntstiftkrakel im oberen Rand des Vorderdeckels , insgesamt guter Zustand. Schneller Versand auf Rechnung ( Vorauszahlung vorbehalten ) . Versand mit der Post bzw. DHL ( Lieferzeit : D ca. 3-5 Tage, EU ca. 5 - 12 Tage ) .

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        Carlo Alberto a Pastrengo (Aprile 1848). Il titolo si ripete a destra in francese

      1857. Grande e bella veduta, colorata, della carica dei Carabinieri a Pastrengo. Stampata a Torino dai F.lli Doyen per l'Editore P. Ferrobraje. Sotto al titolo 8 righe di descrizione della battaglia. Evidenti restauri mm 482x612

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        Bad Gleisweiler,das obere Haardtgebirge und die pfälzische Schweiz

      Ein Führer und Erinnerungsbuch für Kurgäste und Touristen. Vlg.v. A.H.Gottschicks Bh. Neustadt/Haardt. 1857. 71 S. m. 15 Stahlstichen: Wasser- und Molkenheilanstalt, Dorf Gleisweiler vom Curgarten aus gesehen, Aussicht vom Curhause, Landau(Rhein-Pfalz), Ludwigshöhle bei Edenkoben, Edenkoben, Maxburg(Hambacher Schloss), Scharfeneck, Irren-Anstalt zu Klingenmünster, Trifels, Der Jungfernsprung bei Dahn, Altdahn und Grafendahn, Drachenfels, Berwartstein, 1 Situationskärtchen und 1 Stahlst.-Panomrama (160x41 cm Falze etwas geklebt)v. 2 Platt. gedr. farb. Pp. d.Zt. m. Aufdr.(untere Ecke gering bestoßen und insgesamt mit schwachen Flecken, Papier etwas gebräunt. Pp.-2)Insges. gut erh. Selten! Bild einer Tafel.

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        Reise der Österreichischen Fregatte Novara um die Erde in den Jahren 1857, 1858, 1859 unter den Befehlen des Commodore B. von Wüllerstorf-Urbair. Zoologischer Theil. 2. Band. 3. Abtheilung.

      4. Tit., 1 Bl. (Nebentit.), 280 S. mit 25 Tafeln 1 Bl. (Nebentit.), 46 S. mit 4 Tafeln 1 Bl. (Nebentit.), 16 S. mit 2 Tafeln. Dünkelgrüner OLeinenbd. m. goldgepr. Rü.titel u. Deckelvign. (Expeditionsschiff) sowie blindgepr. Deckelrahmen. Ecken berieben, lädierter Rücken fachgerecht restauriert, papierbed. leicht gebräunt u. im Text vereinz. fingerfleckig. Die 3. Abteilung des zweiten Bandes des in 2 Bänden (Band 2 in 3 Abteilungen) erschienenen, zoologischen Teils des wissenschaftlichen Reisewerks der Novara-Expedition (1857-59), der ersten und einzigen groß angelegten Weltumsegelungsmission der Österreichischen Kriegsmarine, die international anerkannte Ergebnisse brachte. Bei ihrer Rückkehr hatte die Novara u. a. 26.000 zoologische Objekte an Bord, darunter 320 Säugetiere, 1.500 Vögel, 950 Amphibien, 2.000 Fische und etwa 13.000 Insekten. Allein von den 1.868 mitgebrachten Fliegenarten waren 467 noch nicht bekannt. - Umfasst 3 Tle.: 1 - Heller, Camil. Crustaceen. / 2 - Grube, Ed. Anneliden. / 3 - Frauenfeld, Georg Ritter v. Mollusken. - Die wissenschaftlichen Resultate der Reise wurden in einem 21-bändigen Werk der Wiener Akademie der Wissenschaften (1861-1876) veröffentlicht.

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        Iconographie des perroquets non figurés dans les publications de Levaillant et de M. Bourjot Saint-Hilaire? ? Histoire naturelle des perroquets.

      1857 - ?A most important, systematic, and well-illustrated contribution to the literature of the Parrots? (Wood). Paris, P. Bertrand, 1857-1858.In-folio de (4) ff., (48) pp. de texte et 48 planches en couleurs numérotées, (1) f. de table. La dernière planche est chiffrée par erreur LXXIX au lieu de XLVIII. Relié en demi-percaline verte, dos lisse orné du titre en lettres dorées. Reliure de l'époque.358 x 270 mm. / ?A most important, systematic, and well-illustrated contribution to the literature of the Parrots? (Wood). Paris, P. Bertrand, 1857-1858.Folio [358 x 270 mm.] of (4) ll, (48) pp. of text and 48 numbered color plates, (1) l. of table. The last plate is numbered by mistake LXXIX instead of XLVIII. Bound in green half-buckram, flat spine with title in gilt letters. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Zeitschrift für rationelle Medicin. Dritte Reihe: Bericht über die Fortschritte der Anatomie und Physiologie. Jahrgänge 1 bis 16

      C.F. Winter, Leipzig und Heidelberg 1857-1871. in 16 Bänden, je Band durchschnittlich 400 S. und wenige lith. Tafeln, 8°, marmoriertes Halbleinen mit Rückentitel, Bibliotheksexemplar (ordnungsgemäß entwidmet) mit kleinem unscheinbarem Papier-Rückenschild, mehrfach gestempelt, gelegentlich geringe Papierbräunung, einige Bände innen mit sich fein abzeichnender Feuchtigkeitsspur (nur am Seitenrand), Einbände teils abweichend voneinander gebunden, kaum beriebenes, insgesamt sehr sauberes Exemplar,Versand D: 5,00 EUR Anatomie, Medizin, Physiologie, Zeitschriften

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        Silhouettenalbum der sächsischen kulturtragenden Oberschicht des 19. Jahrhunderts aus dem Umfeld der Familien Bause, Löhr und Keil].

      um 1835-1857, Leipzig, Dresden - 123 Blätter mit 79 getuschten Silhouetten, davon 7 koloriert. Die meisten Silhouetten sind unten rechts mit Bleistift bezeichnet, einige sind überdies datiert. Fast alle Silhouetten sind in Passepartouts mit dreifacher Goldumrahmung montiert (Größe der Pa. Die vorliegenden Silhouetten zeigen einen Querschnitt der sächsischen Oberschicht aus dem engen Umfeld der Familien Bause, Löhr, Keil, Boxberg und Rayski. Vermutlich wurde das Album mit den 79 getuschten Silhouetten in den 1850er Jahren von Adelheid von Boxberg (geb. Keil; 1817-1901), der Urenkelin des Leipziger Kupferstechers Johann Friedrich Bause (1738-1814) angelegt oder zusammengestellt. Sicher ist, dass das Album aus dem Umfeld der Leipziger Familien Bause, Löhr und Keil stammt. Dafür spricht, dass die ersten nicht datierten Silhouetten des Albums von ihren Vorfahren sowohl aus der mütterlichen Linie (Bause und Löhr) als auch aus der väterlichen Linie (Keil) stammen. Die erste Silhouette des Albums zeigt "Großmutter Keil", danach folgen Darstellungen von Johann Friedrich Bause (1738-1814), seiner Ehefrau Henriette Charlotte Bause, geb. Brunner (1742-1818) und der gemeinsamen Tochter Juliane Wilhelmine (1768-1837). Juliane heiratete den kunstsinnigen Leipziger Bankier Carl Eberhard Löhr (1763-1813), mit dem sie eine Tochter Henriette (1794-1848) hatte. Diese heiratete 1814 den Leipziger Dichter Johann Georg Keil (1781-1857). Keil beschäftigte sich mit der ererbten Kunstsammlung seines Schwiegervaters Löhr und mit der Kunstsammlung des Großvaters seiner Frau, J. F. Bause. - Deren gemeinsame Tochter Adelheid Keil (1817-1901) heiratete 1841 den königlich sächsischen Oberstleutnant Ottomar Robert von Boxberg (1811-1884). Aus Adelheids engstem Familienkreis stammen etliche Abbildungen: Ihre Schwester Oswine (1829-1906) und deren Ehemann Friedrich August von Boxberg (1816-1871), ihr Bruder Adolph Keil (1822-1890), möglicherweise in memoriam ihre bereits verstorbene Schwester Klothilde (1815-1839). Weiter sind abgebildet Adelheids Kinder Alfred (1841-1896) und Kurt (1846-1913) im Kindesalter und weitere Mitglieder der Familie von Boxberg: Emil Bernhard (1808-1866), Ida (1806-1893), Philippine (geb. von Sichart), Clara (geb. von Broizem) und Hans. Ida von Boxberg gilt als erste Archäologin Sachsens, die u.a. auch in Frankreich Ausgrabungen durchführte. Eine Silhouette ihrer französischen Gönnerin Madame de la Rochelambert befindet sich im Album. - Durch die Heirat Adelheid Keils mit Ottomar von Boxberg war eine familiäre Verbindung zu Ferdinand von Rayski (1806-1890) hergestellt, aus dessen engem Umfeld ebenfalls etliche Personen dargestellt sind: Seine Mutter, seine Schwester Minna Pompila (= Mimi; 1809-1879), Mitglieder der Familien von Sichart, von Broizem, von Einsiedel, von Schönberg, von Zezschwitz. - Die Silhouetten des Albums entstanden in einer Zeit, in der in Leipzig vielfach gesellige Zirkel und Salons abgehalten wurden. Hier fand einerseits ein reger intellektueller Austausch statt, überdies wurden auch künstlerische Fähigkeiten der Mitglieder gefördert und geschult. So sind auch Silhouetten von Leipziger Kunstmäzenen und Politikern, z.B. von Johann Gottlob Quandt, dem Gründer des Dresdner Kunstvereins und großem Förderer der Nazarener um Schnorr von Carolsfeld, und seiner Ehefrau Bianca vorhanden. Weiter sind abgebildet: Heinrich Dörrien und Frau, Heinrich und Ernestine Haase, Ludwig Berti und Frau, A. von Lehmann, Frederik und Caroline von Kiel (geb. Grammann), Louise von Lengerke (geb. Wessin), Jenny Gottleber, E. Friederici, von Ampach, Graf von Holtzendorff, Luise Emilie Küstner (geb. Rothe), Fr. Otto (geb. von Bastineller), Ferdinand Otto, Auguste Jauch, Minna Meurer (geb. Küstner), Emma Preusser (geb. Gutschmidt), Gustav Ludwig Preusser, Karl von Mangoldt, Emilie von Mangoldt (geb. Reiboldt), Graf und Gräfin Hohenthal-Dölkau, Louis von Hausen, Marie von Tempsky (geb. von Broizem), Hermann von Broizem, Marie Fiedler, etc. - Zu den Familien Bause, Löhr . 1202 G [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chirurgie des Gehirns und Rückenmarks nach eigenen Erfahrungen.

      2 Bde. 4. XII, 176 XXXVI, (1) S. 177-828 S.. Mit 63 Fig. im Text, 24 farb. Taf. u. 1 Lichtdrucktaf. Bd. 2: Mit 185 Fig- im Text, 60 farb. Taf., 1 Lichtdrucktaf. u. 1 schwarzen Taf. HLdr. d. Zt. Rücken berieb Namenstempel a. d. flieg. Vors. Sonst in sehr gutem Zustand EA. Garrison/Morton 4880.1 - Fedor Krause (1857-1937), deutscher Neurochirurg. Krause gilt als Begründer der modernen Neurochirurgie, dessen Operationstechniken zum Teil noch heute grundlegend bei Operationen am Frontallappen, dem Ganglion Gasseri oder im Bereich der Augennervenkreuzung. - Krause was a pioneer in the field of neurosurgery.

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        NOBILIARIO DE LOS REINOS Y SEÑORÍOS DE ESPAÑA. Contiene las armas y blasones de los Reinos, Provincias, Ciudades, Villas y principales pueblos de España, con todos los apellidos que se encuentran en los Tratados de Heráldica y Nobiliarios mas autorizados, como son El Libro Becerro de Castilla, Gracia-Dei, Mejía, Barcelós, Mendoza, Argote de Molina, Vitales, Haro, Aponte, Guardiola, Madera, Berni, Moya, Garma, Vargas Avilés, etc. Ilustrado con un Diccionario de Heráldica. Adornado de mas de dos mil Escudos de Armas por acreditados artistas, heraldos y profesores de bellas artes. 2ª edición. Presentación del autor. Revisado -a partir del IIIº- por D. Cronista y Rey de Armas de su Magestad. VI volúmenes

      1857 - Madrid. Imprenta de M. Minuesa. En la Redacción (Francisco Piferrer). 1857 (I y II)-1858-1859-1860. Seis volúmenes. In 4º mayor, frontis en lámina a vuelta de portada, 203pp y vuelta, 2h-24 láminas, frontis en lámina a vuelta de portada, 312pp-24 láminas, frontis en lámina a vuelta de portada, 321pp y vuelta, 3h-20 láminas, 238pp-1h-18 láminas (de 22), frontis en lámina a vuelta de portada, 217pp y vuelta 20 láminas, frontis en lámina a vuelta de portada, 256pp-2h-25 láminas. Con un total de 136 bellas láminas cromoligráficas grabadas de J. Donón, de 140. Bonita holandesa piel época repujada en lomera, hierros en frío y tipos dorados. El cuarto volumen debería contener 22 láminas y presenta 18, también aparece un error en la colocación de dos láminas, guardas nuevas en papel ahuesado verjurado, papel protector de todas las láminas de nueva factura. Bastante buen ejemplar, en general sólido y limpio impreso sobre buen papel y con todos sus márgenes. Nobiliario de recopilación que relaciona familias ilustres y linajes de alta notoriedad con otras familias emergentes de la moderna burguesía, sobre todo catalana. Imprescindible para el estudio de la genealogía y heráldica española, no sólo -y principalmente- por el impresionante aparato gráfico con más de dos mil reproducciones a color, sino también por la alta calidad de los grabados en cromolitografía. CCPB000368003-7. Palau 225710. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PRAG., Gesamtansicht aus der Ferne, am Flußufer lagert eine Gruppe Frauen in Tracht.

      Lithographie von Fr. Hohe nach Haushofer, 1857, 42 x 65 cm. Kunstvereinsblatt aus dem Jahre 1857. - Von sehr dekorativer Wirkung durch die hübsche Personenstaffage. Europa, Tschechoslowakei (ehem.)

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        James Buchanan Presidential Free Frank to wine importers in New York

      Washington, DC, April 19 1857/1858. 5.25" x 3". "Envelope Free Franked ""Free / James Buchanan"" as President, 5.25"" x 3"", flap torn open on verso, no paper loss. Red wax Seal of the President, chipped at edges, at back flap. Addressed by President Buchanan to ""Messrs. T.W. Bayaud & Co. / Commission Merchants / New York."" Circular ""WASHINGTON CY D.C. FREE"" postmark ""APR 19,"" indecipherable year, but 1857/1858. Light soiling. Fine condition.Circular ""WASHINGTON CY D.C. FREE"" postmark. According to Phillips American Stampless Cover Catalogue, this type Washington Free postmark with a ""Y High"" in CY (City) and straight line FREE was used from 1856-1858. T.W. Bayaud & Co., Commission Merchants, were located at 100 Pearl Street, New York. They advertised in newspapers as General Agents for North America importing wine from France. According to former White House chef Francois Resavy in A Treasury of White House Cooking, at Buchanan's Inaugural festivities, ""Guests danced, dined and wined. The wine alone was said to have cost $3,000."" According to vivino.com, President Buchanan preferred ""Spanish wine made from white grapes (sherry) and very robust Portuguese wine (Madeira)."""

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        Das Buch der Welt, ein Inbegriff des Wissenswürdigsten und Unterhaltendest aus den Gebieten der Naturgeschichte, Naturlehre, Länder- und Völkerkunde, Weltgeschichte, Götterlehre etc.

      Mit vielen colorierten und schwarzen Abbildungen. Stuttgart, Hoffman'sche Verlags-buchhandlung, 1857. 4to. Lith. extra title,+ (4),+ 380 pp.+ 36 coloured plates,+ 13 steel engr. plates. Foxing, larger spot in lower corner between pp. 77-84. Contemporary half calf, gilt spine with gilt lettering, green edges. (Das Buch der Welt 1857.).

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        Exemples De Decoration Appliques a L'Architecture Et a La Peinture Depuis L'Antiquite Jusqu'a Nos Jours

      Paris : Bance, 1857, Hardback, Premiere Partie (First edition). Finely bound quarter morocco over marble boards, and with marble end papers. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 120 pages; Description: 6 p. L. , front. , 120 plates ; 36 x 30 cm. Subjects: Decoration and ornament --Architecture --Details. 120 pages. Inventory No: 140363.

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        Autograph telegram draft with initials. [Udine, 7 March 1857].

      1857. Large 4to. ¾ p. Informing his mother Sophie of their safe arrival at Udine. - Slightly browned due to paper and some small defects to edges.

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        Die Malereien der Katakomben Roms.. Text u. Tafelband (2 Bde., compl.).

      2, XIX (1) 596 S.., 54 Textabb. 2 Bl., 267 teilw. farb. Abb., Kart. u. HLwd.-Mappe, Bibliotheksschild a, Rücken. Titelbl. m. Stempel u. Sign., min fingerfleckig, jede Tafel ebenfalls gestempelt, einige Taf. mit kleine Randläsuren, insgesamt gebrauchspurig, min. fingerfleckig - gutes Exemplar. Erste Ausgabe des seltenen und bis heute nicht überholten Grundlagenwerks. - Joseph Wilpert (1857-1944 in Rom), Priester, Christlicher Archäologe. Schon zu Beginn seiner Arbeit in den Katakomben erkannte Wilpert die Unzulänglichkeit der bis dahin umlaufenden Abbildungen, die er als Ursache der von ihm als falsch angesehenen Deutungen ausmachte. So stellte er sich die Veröffentlichung zuverlässiger Abbildungen als eine seiner Lebensaufgaben. In der Folgezeit nahm er daher über Jahre hinweg alle Strapazen auf sich, um in den engen Gängen der Katakomben vor den Originalen Fotografien und zuverlässige Kopien der Malereien herzustellen. Nachdem er eine Reihe von Einzeluntersuchungen, Fallstudien und grundsätzlichen Überlegungen vorab veröffentlicht hatte, konnte er 1903 das Ergebnis in zwei Foliobänden mit Abbildungen in einer bis dahin unerreichten und auf lange Zeit nicht übertroffenen Qualität, gleichzeitig in einer deutschen und einer italienischen Ausgabe, vorlegen. Wilpert hat sich stets um eine Deutung der Darstellungen bemüht, die sich streng an die erkennbaren Spuren hielt. Hierin hat er gegenüber seinen Vorgängern beachtliche Fortschritte erzielt. Doch blieb seine Interpretation frühchristlicher Kunstwerke als unmittelbare Verbildlichungen von kirchlichen Glaubensvorstellungen, die er wohl schon aus dem Unterricht an der Innsbrucker Universität mitgenommen hatte, davon unberührt. Dies und seine mit dem Gros der damaligen Christlichen Archäologen geteilte Tendenz, auch alltägliche Szenen einer biblischen Erzählung oder einem kirchlichen Brauch zuzuordnen, wurde schon zu seinen Lebzeiten von vielen Forschern abgelehnt. Seine viel zu frühe Datierung vor allem der Katakombenmalereien hatte ihn zu der Überzeugung gebracht, dass der Ursprung aller christlichen Kunst in Rom zu suchen sei. Diese Überzeugung führte ihn zu einer Abwertung der Kunsterzeugnisse der östlichen Reichshälfte, die, wie seine Datierungen auch, schon von manchen seiner Zeitgenossen korrigiert wurde.

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        Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa; including a sketch of sixteen years' residence in the interior of Africa

      John Murrary, London 1857 - First edition, Bradlow's Variant No. 7. Folding engraved frontispiece, 2 folding maps (one in rear pocket), 23 plates, 1 folding section plus numerous illustrations to text. [x], 688, [8ads (dated November 1, 1857] pp. 8vo. A BEAUTIFUL COPY. "Livingstone's services to African geography . are almost unequalled . he explored vast regions of central Africa, many of which had never been seen by white men before" (PMM).One of the great classics of African travel. When Livingstone returned to England after sixteen years in Africa, he was immediately awarded the Royal Geographical Society's gold medal. These years saw him seek to fulfil his obligations to the London Missionary Society, he made two long journeys north try to find a better station for the mission to operate from. He later travelled to Lake Ngami and, most importantly, in the years 1854-6, he made his great crossing of Africa from Luanda on the west coast to Quelimane on the east. All of this is recorded in his account. He set the standard that the likes of Stanley, Speke and Burton all tried to attain. His account not only set out his adventures and experiences, but it filled with notes on natural history, anthropology, tropical medicine, and religion. Furthermore, Czech notes that the work also contains sporting interest: "There are numerous sporting incidents with hunts after lions, buffalo, elephants and a variety of plains game, even though Livingstone did not consider himself a sportsman" Abbey Travel 347; F.R. Bradlow, "The Variants of the 1857 edition" in Lloyd ed. Livingstone 1873-1973; Czech p. 168; Howgego L39; Mendelssohn I, pp. 908-910; PMM 341 A fine copy in publisher's blindstamped brown cloth, spine gilt, contemporary gift inscription to front free endpaper, four newspaper clippings announcing Livingstone's death tipped on to verso of title-page and dedication Folding engraved frontispiece, 2 folding maps (one in rear pocket), 23 plates, 1 folding section plus numerous illustrations to text. [x], 688, [8ads (dated November 1, 1857] pp. 8vo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        ROMANZO STORICO Prima versione dal tedesco di Gustavo Strafforel

      GUIGONI e PAGNONI 1857. Anno di edizione:1857 - Pagine:658 - Lingua:Italiano - Altezza cm:16,5 - Larghezza cm:10 - Tipologia illustrazioni:disegni, in bianco e nero, a piena pagina, fuori testo - Tipo copertina:Cartonato - Condizioni del prodotto:Buone - Segni particolari:RARO, Prima Edizione - Note:OPERA COMPLETA CON INCISIONI ALL'ANTIPORTA DEI TRE VOLUMI COLLAZIONE : Capitolo 1 mancano pagine da 2 a 9 Testo in piu' che buone condizioni , legatura lenta ma coeva - Pos:ANT01 - RARISSIMA PRIMA EDIZIONE REALIZZATA DA DUE EDITORI IN COLLABORAZIONE, GUIGONI  Torino e  PAGNONI Milano TRE VOLUMI IN UNO VOLUME 1 PAGINE 246 VOLUME 2 PAGINE 214 , VOLUME 3 PAGINE 198  = TOTALE PAGINE 658 OPERA COMPLETA

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        THE PROFESSOR a Tale. Two Volumes

      London: Smith, Elder & Co, 1857. First Edition. Half Leather. Very Good. Octavo. TWO VOLUMES. 294pp, 258pp. Half-title in volume one, lacking ads, bound in contemporary half calf over cloth, raised bands, red and black morocco spine labels gilt with remaining compartments stamped in gilt; spine tips and corners show wear with light chipping to head, light foxing on title page of volume 1, previous owner's bookplate. A very good set housed in a custom case.

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        Das Königreich Sachsen, Thüringen und Anhalt, dargestellt in malerischen Ansichten ihrer interessantesten Gegenden, Städte, Badeorte, Kirchen, Burgen und sonstigen ausgezeichneten Baudenkmäler alter und neuer Zeit. Mit historisch-topgraphischem Text.

      Verlag von Gustav Georg Lange, Darmstadt 1857 - 360 (st. 564) S. 2 Bände. OHldr. Mit 65 (von 73) Stahlstichen sowie 55 Stahlstichen aus Band 3, zus. 119 Stahlstichen. Seltene Prachtausgabe auf chinesischem Papier, im Vergleich zur Originalausgabe in erheblich größerem Format 31x24cm und mit aufgewalzten Stahlstichen. Band 1 ist tetxseitig komplett (288 S.) und enthält 39 von 41 Stahlstichen (Dresden, Sächsische Schweiz, Pirna, Bautzen, Löbau, Zittau, Oybin, Meißen, Riesa und Strehla, es fehlen C.M. von Webers Denkmal in Dresden und Das Belvedere in Dresden. Band 2 enthält den Text S. 289-360 (Leipzig komplett, von 564 S.) sowie 25 von 30 Stahlstichen (Leipzig, Wurzen, Oschatz, Freiberg, Oederan, Annaberg, Bad Wolkenstein Schloß Lichtenwalde Schwarzenberg, Chemnitz, Zwickau, Plauen. Es fehlen Das Schillerhaus in Gohlis, Zschopau, Glauchau, Reichenbach und Eisenbahnviadukt im Göltschtal. Zusätzlich sind 55 Tafeln aus dem dritten Band eingebunden (Weimar, Jena, Eisenach, Gera, Orlamünde, Schwarzburg, Ruhla, Gotha, Schloß Reinhardtsbrunn, Coburg, Altenburg, Meiningen, Hildburghausen, Saalfeld, Bad Liebenstein, Rudolstadt, Dessau, Zerbst, Ebesdorf, Schleiz, Blankenburg, Saalburg, Lobenstein, Burgk, Hirschberg, Paulinzella, Harz. - Einbände etwas berieben und bestoßen, Band 1 nahezu fleckenfrei, Band 2 Tafeln im Randbereich außerhalb der mit Seidenhemdchen abgedeckten Ansichten schwach stockfleckig, letzte Tafeln mit kleinem Wasserrand am äußeren Rand. Schönes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth in six Volumes

      London: Edward Moxon & Co. 1857. (1857) 6 volumes in a full red morocco by Sotherans. All edges gilt. Dated at the base of the spines as 1838, but actually an 1857 edition according to the date at the end of the advert in volume 1. A very good set, with just a little rubbing to extremities. Minor foxing to prelims, marbled endpapers and a brief gift inscription in volume 1 dated 1858. The leather in the top compartment of volume 4 is a little rougher, so may well have undergone a repair at some point. . Very Good. Full Morocco. New Edition. 1857. Small 8vo..

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