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        The BIRTHPLACE Of PODGERS. An Original Domestic Sketch in One Act

      London:: Thomas Hailes Lacy, 89, Strand.. (n. d.).. 12mo. 7-1/4" x 4-1/4". 16 pp. With leaf bound-in after p. 2 providing cast for "performance at the Queens Theatre Edinburgh on Sept 7th, 1859".. Modern brown quarter calf over marbled paper boards. Black leather author & title labels to spine ["Oliver Twist" "Dickens"]. Volume with 17 August 1921 Maggs Brothers receipt tipped-in to volume's front eps.. Binding - Fine. Text - VG+.. The second title in a sammelband volume including 16 other 19th C. dramatic works. Price is for the entire volume of 17 titles.

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        Colton's Iluustrated Cabinet Atlas and Decriptive Geography

      New York:: J.H. Colton,, 1859. Folio, original cloth and leather spine and corners, gilt title on front cover, 52 colored maps. Back hinge is cracked, front hinge a little weak, some extremity wear and tears, a little creasing to preliminaries, minor foxing; maps generally bright and clean. Of the 52 maps in this atlas, only one is double page. Fifteen relate to the U.S. There is considerable detail in the text, which includes many illustrations, and while the maps may not be as colorful as some atlases, they do pack a lot of detail. The maps of Texas, South America, Asia and the Roman Empire (double page) are very attractive. Phillips 4341.

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        Clipper Ship Sailing Card. Wild Rover

      This 1859 clipper card presents an iconic “sail beats steam” image - an increasingly desperate illusion propagated by the clipper ship industry. A fleet horseman (representing a speedy clipper ship) outpaces and even lassos the driver of a lumbering coal wagon (symbolizing a coal-fired steamship). Alas, the voyage advertised here was anything but speedy. Four times the Wild Rover passed Cape Horn, only to be blown back and forced to try again. She finally arrived in San Francisco almost six months after leaving New York. This card measures 6 3/8 x 4 1/8 inches and is printed by Nesbitt & Co. of New York. Save for a minor spot of discoloration in the upper left margin, it is in fine condition.

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        Self-Help; With Illustrations of Character and Conduct.

      London John Murray 1859 - The First Self-Help Book, And A "Printing And The Mind Of Man" Title SMILES, Samuel. Self-Help; With Illustrations of Character and Conduct. London: John Murray, 1859. First edition of this scarce PMM title. Small octavo. xii, 343, [1, blank], [4, publisher’s ads] pp. Original purple cloth, covers paneled and ruled in blind, with blind floral central motifs. Original brown coated endpapers. Skilfully rebacked to style in the nineteenth-century (with period bookseller’s label on rear pastedown), later bookseller’s sticker on front pastedown, many pages roughly opened (with no loss of text, the worst being on the bottom of pp.167/168), and four pages with minor staining near gutter (215-218) pp. Overall, a near fine copy of a real rarity; only one other copy appeared at auction in the last twenty-five years (Bloomsbury, October 27, 1983, lot 66), and that copy had a marking that it had been in the PMM exhibition. Samuel Smiles (1812-1904) "author, businessman, journalist and social reformer, is the epitome of that energetic probity which characterizes the best side of Victorian society. in 1859 his publisher, John Murray, issued the first of the innumerable editions of Self-Help. Its success was immediate and then unequalled: twenty thousand copies were sold in the first year, fifty-five thousand by 1864 and two hundred and seventy thousand by the end of the century. It was translated into almost every foreign language, but the proof of its success which most delighted Smiles was the number of letters attesting to its usefulness which he received from artisans - the class to whom it was directed - all over the world." (PMM, p. 346) Printing and the Mind of Man 346. HBS 66787. $2,500 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The elements of perspective. Arranged for the use of schools and intended to be read in connexion with the first three books of Euclid

      Smith, Elder and Co., London 1859 - First edition, 8vo, pp. xii, [2], 144; diagrams and figures throughout the text; a fine, unopened copy in original blindstamped green cloth, gilt lettering on spine.This copy inscribed by Stephen Spender "24 April '96 / To Kitaj, with thanks and best wishes from Stephen."The recipient is Ronald Brooks Kitaj (1932-2007), the American-born artist who spent much of his life in England. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Narrativa de servios no libertar-se o Brazil da dominao portugueza.

      Londrs: James Ridgway, 1859.. xv, 321 pp. 8vo. (23 cm). Blue pebbled cloth paneled in blind, gilt titles on spine, yellow endpapers. First edition. See Sabin 21274 (English Version). Phillips p. 34. Borba de Moraes I, 235. The Portuguese translation of the second volume of "Narrative of services on the liberation of Chili, Peru and Brazil" by Thomas Cochrane, Earl of Dundonald (1775-1860), the commander of the Chilean navy from 1818-1823, and of the Brazilian navy from 1823-1825. "Arrogant, ill-tempered, cantankerous, bellicose, Cochrane was one of the most daring and successful frontline frigate captains of his day.. [and he] and other British naval officers, entirely unofficially, had made a note inconsiderable contribution to the cause of Brazilian independence and, more important, Brazilian unity, " Leslie Bethell, Brazil: Empire and Republic 1822-1930 (Cambridge Univ Press, 1989) p. 35-36. Boards lightly rubbed, nick to rear edge, else a very good+ unopened (uncut) copy, scattered foxing, bookseller label on rear pastedown, one removed from front pastedown. A beautiful bright copy.

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        REMINISCENCES OF AULD LANG SYNE [manuscript title, including a chapter of adapted California Fiction entitled "WESTWARD HO"]

      "Camp Nusseerabad, India." 1859-1860.. [121]pp. of manuscript text, about 15,500 total words. Original three- quarter calf and marbled boards. Boards edgeworn and lightly rubbed. Internally quite clean, neat, and legible. Very good. An interesting unpublished manuscript, this is a novel in the form of an autobiography, purportedly written by an American-born soldier in the British Army stationed in India in the late 1850s and early 1860s. The author describes his youth and early adulthood, culminating with an account of his adventures hunting grizzlies in Gold Rush-era California. The chapter on Grizzly hunting in California, called "Westward Ho," is copied (with a few small adaptations) from an article that appeared in the November 1857 issue of HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, called "The Grizzly Bear of California." The remainder of the text develops several themes over the course of the work, including the author's strained relationship with his wealthy father, his youthful disillusionment with a career as a lawyer, his friendship with a charming rogue named "Twadle," and his unsuccessful pursuit of love. The work also gently lampoons the character of the idle rich. It is unknown whether these other portions of the manuscript are also adapted from other published works, or whether they are the product of the author's own imagination. Either way, this manuscript is a very interesting example of mid-19th- century imaginative fiction and literary adaptation, and worthy of further study. According to prefatory material, this text was written in 1859-60 by Douglas D. Lindsay, who identifies himself as a member of Company 7 of Her Majesty's 83rd Regiment, stationed in East India at "Camp Nusseerabad." On a preliminary page he writes that "these 'Reminiscences of Auld Lang Syne' were written and presented by the author to his friend and gossip, Thomas Smith of Her Majesty's 83rd Regiment and who, in times to come, as he glances over these pages, will recall to mind the writer and 'wish him well, wherever fate may have led him'; and he, in turn, will often think of his quondam friend, while far at sea or in the deep piney woods of his native land." At several instances in the text, Lindsay disrupts the narrative to offer asides to Smith, providing a sort of post-modern authorial commentary on the proceedings. In a letter at the end of the text, dated July 23, 1860, Lindsay promises Smith that he will write a second volume "in which I propose giving you a few more passages from my experience in America - North - West and South, intermixt with some jottings about the sea, slavers, smugglers, etc. etc." It is not known whether "Lindsay" ever wrote this second volume. In the prefatory chapter Lindsay gives a sketch of his early life, claiming to have been born "of a very ancient family who are said to be descended in right line from the Prodigal Son." He writes that he did not have a good relationship with his father, and most of the assistance in his life was given to him by his deceased mother's brother. Lindsay says he eventually went to "the law school of old Y..." [revealed later to be Yale], from which he graduated with a lofty idea of the law and jurisprudence. These beliefs were quickly deflated when he moved to the unnamed state's capitol city and set to work as a lawyer. Finding himself quickly in debt and unhappy, he quit the law and moved back home. The next chapter in the book is entitled "A Screw Loose" and begins with Lindsay arguing with his father and being kicked out of the house. He departs, leaving behind him most of his expensive wardrobe, and ventures out in search of a friend named Twadle: "A young literary gentleman who was continually occupying the handsomest apartments he could find which he invariably vacated after a month of luxury. He was of a sanguine temperament and I will do him the justice to say that he always intended at the time of taking his rooms to pay for them. But so many extraordinary and unforeseen circumstances intervened between the day of his induction and pay-day, that when that period arrived he regularly found himself in a state of unprecedented pecuniary depletion." Twadle was living in New York at the time, and he and Lindsay decide to have a meal at Delmonico's. Of course, they do not have enough money to pay the bill, but Lindsay is rescued by his ever-helpful uncle, who just happened to be dining there that evening. His uncle then takes Lindsay to his home, welcomes him as a part of the family, and gives him a job in his engineering firm. In the next chapter, titled "Love Struck by Lightening," Lindsay describes his landlady's attempts to introduce him to eligible young women, and his courtship with Sophia Walter, daughter of a former governor. The romance fails when Lindsay discovers that his love has false teeth, which horrifies him. The penultimate chapter (comprising forty- one pages of the manuscript), entitled "Westward Ho," is set in California during the Gold Rush era, and is largely copied or adapted from a HARPER'S article of November 1857 called "The Grizzly Bear of California." Large portions of the manuscript are copied verbatim from the published article, while in other places Lindsay makes adaptations or particularizes the story to himself. For example, he mentions a "Hindoo Bear" in one passage, and changes the name of the Grizzly hunter from "Colin Preston" in the published article to "Nathan Walker" in his manuscript. He also intersperses original passages which add to the story, among the copied text. The section begins with Lindsay and a friend leaving Manhattan aboard a steamer bound for Chagres, and then crossing the Isthmus of Panama. Lindsay then goes up the coast to Acapulco, where he "secured passage in a crazy old polacca rigged schooner which was bound direct to San Francisco." The schooner is wrecked off the California coast, with Lindsay as the only survivor. Next comes a long discussion of the California Grizzly, and the "coastal range" in which it dwells, followed by a recounting of Lindsay's providential escape from the shipwreck. He is rescued by a bear hunter called "Nathan Walker" ("Colin Preston" in the original HARPER'S story), a native of Arkansas, who is described at great length. The rest of the chapter is filled with tales of Walker's bear- hunting exploits, discussions of the nature of the Grizzly, and the recollection of bear hunts in which the author participated with Walker, often at great risk to his own life. In the final chapter (comprising twelve pages and called "The Man in the Drab Coat") Lindsay tells a story of meeting an old Yale classmate of his in the Russian River gold diggings. His friend, Robert, had been quite successful in the mines, saving some $5000, but was gravely ill and soon died. Lindsay promises him that he will collect all his money and deliver it to Robert's mother in the East. On his way home, Lindsay stops in New Orleans and loses all of his own money in the gambling halls, and leaves the city saddled with debt. Back in Troy, New York he considers drawing on his friend Robert's money, using it as a gambling stake to win back the money he lost in New Orleans. Late one night, cold and seemingly hallucinating, he is visited by a devilish figure, "the man in the drab coat," who so frightens Lindsay that he resolves to give all Robert's money to his family, as he had promised. An interesting work of adaptive and imaginative fiction, meriting further research.

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        EVERYBODY'S FRIEND, An Original Comedy, N [sic] Three Acts

      London:: Thomas Hailes Lacy, 89, Strand.. (n. d.).. 12mo. 7-1/4" x 4-1/4". 54 pp. With pink paper leaf bound-in after p. 2 providing cast headed by the note, "First performed at the Queens Theatre Edinburgh, 25th June, 1859".. Modern brown quarter calf over marbled paper boards. Black leather author & title labels to spine ["Oliver Twist" "Dickens"]. Volume with 17 August 1921 Maggs Brothers receipt tipped-in to volume's front eps.. Binding - Fine. Text - VG+.. The 11th title in a sammelband volume including 16 other 19th C. dramatic works. Price is for the entire volume of 17 titles.

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        PLUTO And PROSERPINE; or, The Belle and the Pomergranate. An Entirely New and Original Extravaganza or Sicilian Romance of the 0th Century, in One Volume

      London:: Thomas Hailes Lacy, 89, Strand.. (n. d.).. 12mo. 7-1/4" x 4-1/4". 36 pp. With leaf bound-in after p. 2 providing cast for "performance at the Queens Theatre Edinburgh on Friday, 8th July, 1859".. Modern brown quarter calf over marbled paper boards. Black leather author & title labels to spine ["Oliver Twist" "Dickens"]. Volume with 17 August 1921 Maggs Brothers receipt tipped-in to volume's front eps.. Binding - Fine. Text - VG+.. The third title in a sammelband volume including 16 other 19th C. dramatic works. Price is for the entire volume of 17 titles.

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        Freundschaftsalbum

      Zwickau, 1859 -1863. 14 x 23 cm. 34 Blatt (davon 27 weiß). Mit 4 Bleistiftzeichnungen von Georg Altrichter (2) und Sören Lorenz Rodzkou (2). Festeinband, Halbledereinband der Zeit mit Blindprägung und dreiseiigem Goldschnitt

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        Catalogue of Fruit & Ornamental Trees, Shrubbery, Vines, Roses, & C. , cultivated and for sale at the Morris Nurseries, West Chester, Pa

      West Chester, Pa: Printed for the Proprietors, 1859. (DARLINGTON, J.L. & CO) 8vo. [title page 1, [2, blank, 7-36 pp. Blue printed wrappers; pencil marks to title page, foxing throughout. Romaine p. 325, (Phi). OCLC [1], (EHF, lacking front printed wrapper.) . The tenth edition of Morris Nurseries' catalogue. In the second half of the 19th-century West Chester, Pennsylvania became known for its nurseries. With easy access from a branch line to the Pennsylvania Main Line, nurseries in the area could service much of the east coast and Canada. Morris Nurseries was founded in 1849, and as of the printing of this catalogue had "70 acres devoted to tree culture". J.L. and Jasper Darlington, proprietors of the Morris Nurseries, were from the distinguished West Chester Darlington family that included famed horticulurist William Darlington An interesting record of the unprecedented abundance and choice of gardening and farming products that railways made available to consumers in the 19th-century

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        Fondation de la République des Provinces-Unies. La Révolution des Pays-Bas au XVIe siècle. 4 volumes.

      Bruxelles, Rozez 1859-1860 - Par John Lothrop Motley. Traduit de l'anglais par Gustave Jottrand et Albert Lacroix. Bruxelles, Rozez - 1859-1860. Belle reliure demi chagrin orange de l'époque. Dos à nerfs avec pièces de titre bleue et de tomaison verte. Fleurons à froid et dorures. Fers en pied. Non rogné. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état. Format in-8°(22x15). 1ère Edition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Early Voyages to Terra Australis, now called Australia: a Collection of Documents, and Extracts from early Manuscript Maps, illustrative of the History of Discovery on the Coasts of that vast Island, from the Beginning o

      London: Printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1859, 1861.. xi, cxix, 200 pp; 13, [3 blanks], 8vo. Original blue cloth stamped in blind, gilt vignette of ship on front board, spine ruled in blind, gilt titles, yellow endpapers; supplement in wrappers. First editions. Illus. with 5 maps (4 folding); supplement with 1 folding map. Hakluyt Society, First series: No. 25. Eberstadt 107-152. Ferguson 12195 and 12198. Cox I: 26. From Spanish and Dutch sources and relating to Spanish and Dutch enterprises. Includes the extremely scarce supplement printed by the author and distributed privately to members of the Hakluyt Society: Extract from a letter addressed to Sir Henry Ellis, K.H., "On the discovery of Australia by the Portuguese in 1601..communicated to the Society of Antiquaries, by Richard Henry Major.."[London. 1861]. Spine sunned, chip to head, nick to joint, small institutional bookplate to front pastedown, owner's nautical bookplate opposite, otherwise a very good unopened (uncut) copy; supplement also unopened, wrappers offset, edges browned, nick to fore edge.

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        Recuerdos de Africa. Historia de la plaza de Ceuta describiendo los sitios que ha sufrido en distintas epocas por las huestes del imperio de Marruecos. Obra original, escrita, corregida y aumentada en esta segunda edicion, bajo los auspicios de S. M .

      Nieto y Compañía, Madrid 1859 - holandesa epoca sobada, conserva cubierta original, cortes tintados lámina grabada con la vista de Ceuta por la cara Norte y mapa plegado. .El Rey Don Francisco de Asis , por . 251 págs.

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        Sloan's Constructive Architecture; A Guide to the Practical Builder and Mechanic. In Which Is Contained A Series Of Designs For Domes, Roofs And Spires, etc

      Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1859. First edition. Hardcover. Orig. publisher's cloth rebacked; decorated in blind with front cover gilt decoration bright and clean. Near fine./No Dust Jacket. 148 pp. 4to, with sixty-six plates, 32 are colored or tinted lithographs. Glossary. Geometrical Definitions. KARPEL B295. "Before this work appeared in 1859, the standards for carpentry and building construction were largely set by foreign publications, most notably those of Peter Nicholson and Thomas Tredgold. Sloan filled a great need by documenting current American developments, many of which have made contemporary European practices obsolete. He covers domes, roofs, spheres, carpentry, joinery, and the five orders. HITCHCOCK 1198. A lovely copy, clean throughout., but with one caveat; discrete ex-library stamp at lower margin of the Preface page -- no other ex-library marking.

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        Memoirs Of Benjamin Franklin. Two Volumes.

      Published by Derby & Jackson, N. Y. 1859.. Published in 1859, this is the Memoirs of Benjamin Franklin, written by Franklin himself and continued by his grandson and others. Both volumes have been professionally restored with marbled end papers and one-quarter tan leather and matching cloth binding. Marbled edges on each volume. Illustrated. 6 1/2 in. x 9 1/4 in. Volume I, 624 pages; Volume II, 517 pages. Age foxing to free end papers and to some of the borders of the illustrations. Each volume is clean and tightly bound with no names or writing. Due to restoration books are in Near Fine condition. 1859 printing. ISBN: B0006RILBC. Book condition: Near Fine (NF). Book issued without a jacket. Binding is: 1/4 Leather. 6 1/2 in. x 9 1/4 in.

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        Memorias de los vireyes que han gobernado el Perú: durante el tiempo del coloniaje Español

      Libreria Central de Felipe Baily, Lima 1859 - 6 volumes. xxx+379+[index] pages; 426+[index] pages; 388+[index] pages; 516+[20 tables and index] pages; 393+[17 tables and index] pages; 394+[56 tables and index] with large fold out map at back and 12 plates. Folio (12 1/4" x 8 1/4") bound in original publisher's dark brown pebbled cloth, ruled in blind with front boards with armorial gilt device. New spines with original title in gilt laid on. (Palau 95426, Sabin 26119) First editions. These memoirs, prepared by ten of the viceroys, were intended to apprise each successor of the nature and duties of his post, of the distribution of offices and presidencies, of the privileges of the natives, their hereditary, customs and character. The work forms a glorious monument of statesmanship; and it may be conjectured that if the Spaniards had always formed their conduct according to these Memorias, they would never had lost their colonies in the New World. (Bibliographico-Linguistica 312, part III) The series was edited under the direction of the Ministerio de Hacienda. Some foxing in all volumes, some water staining varying in degrees in volumes, worming to some volumes in varying degrees, a few affecting text but all readable. Spine replaced with original spine labels affixed else a good set of a scare colonial item. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memorias de los vireyes que han gobernado el Per, durante el tiempo del coloniaje espaol [Six Volumes].

      Lima: Libreria Central de Felipe Bailly, 1859.. xxx, 379, 2 l.; pp. 428; 391; 540; 392, 1 blank l., pp. 17, 1 l.; pp. 394 pp. 4to. Original publisher's dark brown pebbled cloth, ruled in blind, gilt titles on spine and front board with armorial device. First edition. Illus. with one folding map and 12 plates. Palau 95426. Sabin 26119. Ticknor p. 458. Spain & Spanish America II, 452. Griffin 2980. Gift copy with note on official letterhead dated 1867 tipped-in from Felipe Masas, Director of Administration of the Ministerio de Hacienda and later Finance Minister of Peru to Diego Henry, who was appointed to serve with him in 1867 on the High Council of Finance during the Prado administration's far reaching program of constitutional reform. "A work of extreme interest, " Sabin. These memoirs, prepared by ten of the viceroys, were intended to apprise each successor of the nature and duties of his post, of the distribution of offices and presidencies, of the privileges of the natives, their hereditary customs and character?"in short, statistics of everything that could be needed. The work forms a glorious monument of statesmanship; and it may be conjectured that if the Spaniards had always formed their conduct according to these Memorias, they would never have lost their colonies in the New World" (Bibliotheca Geographico-Linguistica #321 part III, 1879, 12235). The series was edited under the direction of the Ministerio de Hacienda by M.A. Fuentes. Contents: t.1. J. de Mendoza y Luna, marqus de Montesclaros [1615]; F. de Borja y Aragon, principe de Esquilache [1621]; Baltasar de la Cueva, conde de Castellar [1681]; M. de Lian y Cisneros [1681]; t. 2. M. de Navarra y Rocaful, duque de la Palata [1689]; t. 3. Armendaris, marqus de Castel-Fuerte [1736]; J. A. de Mendoza, marqus de Villagarcia [1745]; t. 4. J. A. Manso de Velasco, conde de Superunda [1761]; M. Amat y Yunient [1773]; t. 5. Teodoro de Croix [1790]; t. 6. F. Gil de Taboada y Lemos [1796]. Good or better, boards rubbed, a few joints split but quite solid, corners heavily worn, spines chipped, especially at the heads with repairs, cloth separating from boards on one volume, free endpapers heavily offset, pencil notations in last volume, otherwise contents clean and very good, plates sharp, and map fine but for a tiny marginal tear along a crease line.

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        A Tale of Two Cities

      London: Chapman and Hall,, 1859. With Illustrations by H. K. Browne. Octavo (220 × 140 mm). Early-20th century tan calf, spine gilt in compartments, brown and green morocco labels, marbled endpapers, French fillets, turn-ins, and top edge gilt. Original upper wrapper to volume V retained. Frontispiece, engraved title, and 14 plates by H. K. Browne. Spine tanned, boards a little rubbed at extremities, some spotting and scuffs to lower board, contents spotted. A very good copy. First edition, bound from parts. The first issue, with page 213 incorrectly numbered 113 and the signature "b" in the contents list.

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        Historical and Descriptive Memoir on the Town and Environs of Jerusalem To Accompany the Ordnance Survey

      John W. Parker. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1859. First. Hardcover. Cloth embossed boards, gilt cover design, spine lettering. 1/2" of spine paper professionally restored. Binding tight, inner pages unmarked. Library bookplate of Newton Theological Seminary to inner pastedown, Bookplate from London publisher Sampson Low, Son & Co. Please contact for international shipping information. ; 164 pages; This document follows the first official ordnance survey of Jerusalem conducted by Sir Charles William Wilson and released in 1865. .

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        TO THE VOTERS OF THE 1st CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT/ [followed by dense text, printed in five columns on both sides of a single sheet].

      July 9th, 1859, Palestine, Texas - Printed broadsheet, 23 1/2 x 17 3/4 inches, the title in a single small (3/8 inch) display type. This political circular prints Judge Reagan's response to election-campaign disagreements with his opponent Judge William B. Ochiltree (1811-1867). The two were candidates for Congress from Texas's First Congressional District. Ochiltree apparently made claims in a circular of his own that Reagan supported re-opening the slave trade, that he had denounced states rights and filibustering, having supported the arrest of William Walker and his men, had voted both for the appropriation that would have paid for returning the "cargo" of the slave ship Echo to Africa and against the pension bill for War of 1812 veterans, as well as other issues. Reagan's defense of his positions on various issues given here are reasoned and relatively free of campaign vitriol. A short paragraph, signed in type by B. Graham and W.G.W. Jowers, follows the text and attests that the two candidates have agreed to correct the record in their campaign literature regarding Ochiltree's claims that Reagan was "appealing to anti-slavery sentiment in the northern counties." The incumbent, Reagan (1818-1905; U.S. House of Representatives, 1857-1861 and 1875-1887, U.S. Senator, 1887-1891, Postmaster General of the C.S.A., 1861-1865), won re-election handily; during the Civil War he served as Postmaster General of the Confederate States, and, after the war, he played a large role in helping Texas regain admission to the Union. Winkler 1202 (Texas-Austin only): "Appended to the circular is a statement by B. Graham and W.G.W. Jowers, dated July 14, 1859, to the effect that that amicable relations had been established between John H. Reagan and W.B. Ochiltree." Apparently not recorded on OCLC. One archival repair at the center, affecting a few words, some printing imperfections, but a very good copy of a rare ante-bellum Texas political broadsheet. Folded. (#6219)

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        IF The CAP FITS. A Comedietta in One Act

      London:: Thomas Hailes Lacy, 89, Strand.. (n. d.).. 12mo. 7-1/4" x 4-1/4". 19, [1] pp. With paper leaf bound-in after p. 2 providing cast headed by the note, "First performed at the Queens Theatre Edinburgh, 19th Oct. 1859". Last page a publisher advert.. Modern brown quarter calf over marbled paper boards. Black leather author & title labels to spine ["Oliver Twist" "Dickens"]. Volume with 17 August 1921 Maggs Brothers receipt tipped-in to volume's front eps.. Binding - Fine. Text - VG+.. The 15th title in a sammelband volume including 16 other 19th C. dramatic works. Price is for the entire volume of 17 titles.

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        Ahiman Rezon: Prepared Under The Direction of The Grand Lodge of Georgia

      Savannah: Grand Lodge of Georgia, 1859. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo. xiii, 404 pages, Illustrated. Brown cloth hardcover with gilt embossed symbol and blind stamped cloth on front cover. Gilt stamped title and decoration on spine. Illustrated with 33 numbered plates. Very light edge wear to cloth. Brown spot on lower foredge. A few tiny sopts on rear cover. A few spots on title page. Inscription on front free endpaper is Constantine Chapter No. 4 Macon, Geo Jan 1860.

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        Kaplica Potockich, widok od strony wejscia z bocznej poludniowej nawy na sciany: poludniowa i zachodnia].

      - Typ: rycina; Haslo: Krakow-Wawel; Przyn. adm.: wojewodztwo malopolskie (krakowskie); Sygnatura: Rycina sygnowana na plycie: "FS".; Technika: Chromolitografia na kartonie; Format: 222x308 (tablica 359x549).; Pochodzenie: Z: Ludwik Letowski: Katedra krakowska na Wawelu. Krakow. Nakladem litografii "Czasu" 1859 (ryciny odbijane w Brukseli), tabl. po s.32.; Inf o autorze: F. Stroobant (14.06.1819 Bruksela-1.06.1916 Bruksela) wziety belgijski malarz krajobrazu i architektury, ilustrator, rysownik i grafik (litograf i akwaforcista), zalozyciel i dyrektor akademii rysunku i malarstwa w Molenbeeck-St.-Jean, widoki z Krakowa sporzadzil z natury w latach 1857-1858 w akwareli, litografowal je potem w Brukseli, zob. Th. B. t.32 s.206.; Literatura: Jerzy Banach: Krakow malowniczy. O albumach z widokami miasta w XIX wieku. Krakow Wyd. Literackie 1980, ss.120-136; Jerzy Banach: Ikonografia Wawelu. T.1-2. Krakow Panstwowe Zbiory Sztuki na Wawelu 1977 t.1 s.34 i in., opis i il. ryciny t.2 ss.140-141.; Uwagi: Zachowana cala tablica. Chromolitografia pochodzi z tablic, ktore sprzedawano luzem. Przyjeto tytul ryciny wg: Jerzy Banach: Ikonografia Wawelu. T.1-2. Krakow Panstwowe Zbiory Sztuki na Wawelu 1977 t.1 s.34 i in., opis i ilustracja ryciny t.2 ss.140-141.; Kategorie tematyczne: architektura katedry koscioly, architektura detale architektoniczne wnetrza / Architektur Kathedralen/Kathedrale Kirchen/Kirche, Architektur architektonische Details/architektonisches Detail nnere/Inneres / architecture cathedrals/cathedral churches/church, architecture architectural details/architectural detail interiors/interior / Chromolithographie / chromo-lithography; Chromolitografia w ladnym stanie, bardzo nieznacznie zabrudzone marginesy tablicy.

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        Log of the Proceedings of the HMS Mersey, 40 Guns, Captain J. Caldwell, C.B

      “Commencing 21 April 1859, ending 23 March 1861. Kept by Naval Cadet Crawford Caffin...” This journal sees Caffin through his tour on the "Mersey,” at that time the largest auxiliary steam frigate in the Royal Navy, on to the “Victory,” the “Fisgard,” the “Wanderer,” the “Eimouth,” and the “Doris” - all frigates, most of them touring the Mediterranean. Typical of its era, this log features over 1000 precise entries, two hand drawn charts and seven pencil recognition views of views of ships. Nearly all the British journal keepers in the Royal navy were excellent draftsmen, probably because mechanical drawing was a required course. Caffin’s charts and views are smartly done. VG in quarter leather over boards.

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        "[Manuscript in Japanese and English:] National school series. The school primer, or, the child's eibst stebs [sic] in reading and spelling, dbsignbd [sic] as introductory to Parker's school readers. [With:] Sargents Standard school primer..."

      "n.p., n.d. [but Japan". after 1859. "2 volumes in 1, oblong 8vo, approx. 198 french-fold pages sewn in the Japanese manner in contemporary and almost certainly original brown paper wrappers; minor working and wear, but in all a very good and striking example of a Japanese student's workbook for the attainment of English& & The book has apparently been copied from American primers published by A. S. Barnes in New York in 1857, and Sargent's School Primer, Boston, 1859; both contain a variety of reading and spelling lessons ""especially adapted to the capacity and taste of young children. It is hoped that it will proved [sic] valuable introduction to the national series of school readers prepared by Richard G. Parker.""& & Both Parker's and Sargent's primers were available in bi-lingual editions in the Japanese market. Might this be the manuscript from which a printer might have used to publish the Japanese editions?& & Throughout, the English text, which has been carefully written in ink, is often translated interlinearly in red ink with Japanese characters creating an attractive visual appearance on the page. Included are 3 pages of alphabets, simple sentences, often in rhyme (""A cart for me / to ride and see / A ship at sea / with you and me.""& & An interesting and instructive look at how the Japanese learned English in the generation following Admiral Perry's opening of Japan."

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        LOS VALENCIANOS PINTADOS POR SI MISMOS. Obra de interes y lujo.

      - Imp. de La Regeneración Tipográfica. Valencia. 1859. 396pp. Il. B/N. Falta un pedazo en la anteportadilla. 22 x 16 cm. Enc. holandesa piel rozada. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Complete Guide to Spinning & Trolling Shewing How & Where to Take Pike & Jack, with Instructions in the Art of Spinning for Trout & Perch, By Otter. Written from Actual Experience and Embellished with Numerous Illustrations

      London: Alfred & Son. Very Good. 1859. First Edition. Hardcover. 16mo 6" - 7" tall; Publisher's dark green tectured cloth, gilt title running full length of spine, all edges tinted, 75p., illustrated, two pages of publisher's ads. **With the armorial bookplate of William Keale Heseltine. .

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        The GIPSY FARMER; or, Jack and Jack's Brother. A Drama, in Two Acts

      London:: Thomas Hailes Lacy, 89, Strand.. (n. d.).. 12mo. 7-1/4" x 4-1/4". 36 pp. With leaf bound-in after p. 2 providing cast for "performance at the Queens Theatre Edinburgh on Monday, 5th Sept, 1859".. Modern brown quarter calf over marbled paper boards. Black leather author & title labels to spine ["Oliver Twist" "Dickens"]. Volume with 17 August 1921 Maggs Brothers receipt tipped-in to volume's front eps.. Binding - Fine. Text - VG+.. The 4th title in a sammelband volume including 16 other 19th C. dramatic works. Price is for the entire volume of 17 titles.

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        Diccionario da Linguagem das Flores

      Imprensa Nacional, Lisboa 1859 - Imprensa Nacional, Lisboa, 1859. De 236 + indice. 32 estampas.20,5cm. Ilust. Enc. Ôrnado com Estampas contendo todas as Flores e Plantas empregadas na mesma Linguagem. Primeira edição, sem capas de brochura. Com dedicatória de El-Rei D.Luis. Raro. Encadernação inteira de pele francesa azul, casas fechadas, dourado por folhas com seixas trabalhadas. Good copy. Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquário do Chiado]
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        The ARTFUL DODGE. A Farce in One Act

      London:: Thomas Hailes Lacy, 89, Strand.. (n. d.).. 12mo. 7-1/4" x 4-1/4". Ca 1850s (cf. NCBEL III, 1145). 23, [1] pp. With paper leaf bound-in after p. 2 providing cast headed by the note, "As performed at the Queens Theatre Edinburgh on Oct. 17th 1859". Last page a publisher advert.. Modern brown quarter calf over marbled paper boards. Black leather author & title labels to spine ["Oliver Twist" "Dickens"]. Volume with 17 August 1921 Maggs Brothers receipt tipped-in to volume's front eps.. Binding - Fine. Text - VG+.. The author's first work, and the 17th title in a sammelband volume including 16 other 19th C. dramatic works. Price is for the entire volume of 17 titles.

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        Poems

      London: Smith, Elder and Co. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Boards marked and bumped. Spine ends rubbed and spine darkened. Inner hinges cracked but binding intact. Previous owner's dedication (1859) on fep. Minor marking and browning within. Errata slip present. 1846. First Edition, second issue. Green hardback cloth cover. 180mm x 120mm (7" x 5"). iv, 165pp. .

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        NEGROES FOR SALE [caption title]

      Lewisburg, Tn: Southern Messenger Print, March 28, 1859.. Broadside, 12 x 17 inches. Old fold lines. Repaired with tissue at folds on verso. Lightly foxed. Some splitting at folds, repaired with tissue, minor losses at fold corners. About very good. A rare slave sale broadside for a sale in Lewisburg, Tennessee, a town directly south of Nashville, about half way to the Georgia border. The broadside continues: "By virtue of a decree in Chancery Court at Lewisburg at its February Term 1859, in there case of Moses Thompson et als vs Allen McDaniel et als; I will on the 4th day of April next, (being County Court day) at the Court House door in Lewisburg sell a negro woman and her two children, sold as belonging, to the estate of Francis McDaniel. Full particulars made known on the day of sale." Terms are provided below, offering credit "except 35 or 40 Dollars to be paid in cash." By their very nature, slave sale broadsides are ephemeral and thus scarce - such pieces were hung in public places and then torn down and discarded when the sale was over. Not in Hummel, and evidently unrecorded.

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        An OLD OFFENDER. A Comic Drama in Two Acts

      London:: Thomas Hailes Lacy, 89, Strand.. (n. d.).. 12mo. 7-1/4" x 4-1/4". 40 pp. With pale pink paper leaf bound-in after p. 2 providing cast headed by the note, "First performed at the Queens Theatre Edinburgh, Septemr 6th, 1859".. Modern brown quarter calf over marbled paper boards. Black leather author & title labels to spine ["Oliver Twist" "Dickens"]. Volume with 17 August 1921 Maggs Brothers receipt tipped-in to volume's front eps.. Binding - Fine. Text - VG+.. The 16th title in a sammelband volume including 16 other 19th C. dramatic works. Price is for the entire volume of 17 titles.

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        Holsteen & Lauenborg. 1 lithogr. Titel, 21 Textblätter und 16 (von 30) teils getönte, (4 kolor.) Lithographien von A. Nay bei Baerentzen. Kopenhagen, 1859. Je ca. 20 x 28 cm. Lose in Hldr.-Mappe (bestoßen).

      Enthalten sind folgende Lithographien: Heiligenstedten, Hessenstein, Itzehoe, Böschhaus, Neustadt, Büchen, Mölln, Büsum zur Zeit der Flut, Büsum zur Zeit der Ebbe, Bordesholm, Neumühlen, Rastorfer Mühle, Blomenburg, Gremsmühlen, Ahrensburg und Warverort.- Teils leichte Einrisse am weißen Außenrand, vereinzelt stockfleckig oder mit Knickspuren.

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        The Story of New Zealand; Past and Present – Savage and Civilised

      John Murray, London 1859 - 2 Vols, pp.ix,331; vii,368, 18 plates Maps Plans Bibliography, Index. Original blindstamped cloth. Thomson was surgeon with the 58th Regiment in New Zealand and is regarded as our first historian. Contains the first bibliography of New Zealand works, an excellent well written work. This rare re-issue includes a supplement of Land Regulations of the Province of Auckland and a flyer offering free Emigration to Auckand NZ With "Free Grants of Land" [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        POEMS

      London: Edward Moxon & Co. 1859 - Unstated second edition, 21.5 x 15cm (4to), sumptuously bound in dark green & brown morocco w/elaborate tooled black & gilt decorations & title to covers & spine, 5 raised bands, silk ribbon marker, a.e.g., gilt tooled turn-ins, marbled ep.s, [i-v] vi-xiii [xiv-xvi], [1] 2-375 [376] cardstock pp. w/tissue-guarded frontis portrait medallion by Thomas Woolner & 54 wood engravings by the Dalziels, W.J. Linton, etc. after D.G. Rossetti, J.E. Millais, W. Holman Hunt, etc. Printed by Bradbury & Evans, London. With the armorial bookplate (Spem Sequimur) of Richard G. Ellison to fr. pastedown, & small bookseller's embossed stamp (Hale & Roworth, Manchester) to fr. ep. Binding Good (joints & hinges cracked, & extremities bumped & worn); contents Very Good (1st & final leaves moderately foxed w/only occas. lt. foxing elsewhere). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Manuel de conchyliologie et de paleontologie conchyliologique.

      Subject: (Malacologia). Paris, 1859/1862, due vol. in uno, 8vo bella leg. in m.pelle ep. con angoli rinf. pp. VII-508 + 327 con 4943 belle inc. n.t. (79 delle quali finemente colorate)

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        The West Indies and the Spanish Main

      London - Chapman and Hall, 1859 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. The West Indies and the Spanish Main is a travel book by Anthony Trollope. Illustrated with a fold out colour map of the West Indies and the Spanish Main to frontispiece. First edition. Anthony Trollope (1815 - 1882) was one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era. Shaded by his literary success, his travel works are well informed and this is the first and rarest of them. Bound as expected without the publisher's adverts. Condition: Rebound in quarter morocco with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, smart but with minor wear to extremities and occasional marks. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with occasional spots andhandling marks the odd slight tidemark andthe odd slight closed tear. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        Mélange économique : recueil d'articles et d'ouvrages économiques sur le statut des sociétés et les opérations de bourse publiés entre 1859 et 1862.

      Paris, multiples 1859 - in-8° relié, demi-chagrin de l'époque titre gravé, dos à 4 nerfs, 410 pages. Sommaire : --- Pétition au sénat. Projet de réforme de la loi du 17 juillet 1856 sur les sociétés en commandite par actions précédé d'une préface par M. J. GOIN. Paris, Paul Dupont, 1861. 28 pages. --- Cour de cassation. Audience de rentrée du 4 novembre 1861. Discours prononcé par M. A. BLANCHE, avocat-général. De la loi commerciale; Paris, Cosse, 1861. 67 pages. --- Étude sur la réforme de la législation commerciale: sociétés. Paris, Dans les Bureaux du conseiller, 1862. 80 pages --- Une réforme de législation commerciale. Les transactions financières. Extrait de la revue des deux mondes, juin 1862. Paris, Claye, 1862. 16 pages --- Le discours de M. Blanche, les agents de change et les jeux de bourse. Du droit de s'associer pour l'exploitation des charges d'agent de change. Etat de la jurisprudence. Paris, au bureau du conseiller, gazette des chemins de fer, 1862. Extraits du journal financier et politique "le conseiller, gazette des chemins de fer" no des 22 et 29 juin 1860, 16 et 23 novembre et 21 décembre 1861, 11 janvier 1862. 54 pages. --- Pétition au Sénat pour modifier et régulariser l'autorisation de négocier en France les titres des sociétés étrangères, adressée le 14 janvier 1862, par M. SOURIGUES. Paris, Castel, 1862. 15 pages. --- Le devoir des agents de change et la compagnie du chemin de fer de Barcelone à Saragosse, par M. SOURIGUES. Paris, Imprimerie centrale des chemins de fer de Napoléon Chaix, 1861. 16 pages. --- Le traité de commerce et le libre échange par Aimé BOUTAREL. Paris, Guillaumin, 1862. 30 pages. --- Influence du traité de commerce avec l'Angleterre sur l'industrie nationale et sur le travail. Lettre à un industriel de l'Aube, par Auguste CASIMIR-PÉRIER. Troyes : impr. de Dufour-Bouquot, 1862. 16 pages. Fils du "grand" Casimir Périer, ayant fait ses études à Grenoble, Auguste-Victor-Laurent Périer dit Casimir-Périer (1811-1876), député de l'Aube à l'Assemblée législative, fut un des opposants au coup d'Etat de décembre 1851. Incarcéré quelques jours au Mont-Valérien, il fut ensuite rendu à la vie privée, mais chercha à retrouver un rôle politique. Conseiller général de l'Aube en 1861, il chercha donc à reconquérir un siège de député. Naturellement, il fut en butte à toutes les manoeuvres gouvernementales et préfectorales (le préfet de l'Isère fit une vigoureuse campagne en faveur de son concurrent). Il dut attendre la fin du Second Empire et les élections de 1871 pour être enfin pourvu d'un siège : il choisit l'Aube. --- Les Deux propriétaires, dialogue en vers par Auguste GALIMARD. Paris, Dentu, 1859. 47 pages. --- Rapport fait au nom de la commission chargée d'examiner le projet de loi portant modification des articles 74, 75 et 90 du code du commerce, par M. LARRABURE, député au corps législatif. Corps Legislatif no 188, session 1862. Paris, imprimerie du corps législatif, Poupart-Davil, 1862. 40 pages. Raymond Larrabure fit son droit à Paris, fut reçu avocat et dirigea des sociétés industrielles. Le 13 mai 1849, il fut élu député des Basses-Pyrénées. Le 25 octobre 1857, « candidat officiel », il fut élu dans la 2ème circonscription des Basses-Pyrénées (Orthez et Oloron) député au Corps législatif. Il prit part à de nombreuses discussions, intervint dans l'examen du budget et se plaignit en 1860 de l'insuffisance des attributions financières du Corps législatif. Il fut réélu le 1er juin 1863 dans la même circonscription. Rapporteur de la commission de l'emprunt de 300 millions de 1864, il signala l'aggravation constante de la dette publique. Il se présenta dans la 1ère circonscription des Basses-Pyrénées (Pau), vacante, et fut élu le 4 novembre 1865. La même année, il devint maire de Pau. La chute de l'Empire le rendit à la vie privée. Il se retira dans son château d'Argagnon, qu'il avait acquis en 1845. Sources : Dictionnaire des Parlementaires Français (1789-1889) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Acadia; or, A Month with the Blue Noses

      New York: Derby & Jackson, 1859 - With the Anderson auction bookplate of the sale of the Library of Mark Twain, signed by Albert Bigelow Paine. A fine association copy, linking the name of Twain with that of one of America's most popular humourists of his day, F.S. Cozzens, author of THE SPARROWGRASS PAPERS (1856) (CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE) First edition. 8vo. 2 engraved frontispieces. 329 pp. Original brown cloth; spine ends slightly frayed, but sound. With a bookplate on the lower pastedown, inscribed "From Samuel L. Clemens' personal library I Alan Gribben I Austin, Texas 1890;" and with the monogrammed bookplate of William Inglis Morse and his blind stamp on flyleaf. Gribben, I, p. 162; BAL 4001 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        BATAILLES ( BATALLAS DE LA HISTORIA DE FRANCIA.DEL AÑO 496 AL 1859 )

      Gavard, Goupil et Cie, Paris - Editado en el Siglo XIX, Circa 1860. 6 Tomos, 1º 79 grabados, 2º 107 grabados, 3º 106 grabados, 4º 109 grabados, 5º 74 grabados, 6º 63 grabados. Total 528 grabados autenticos al cobre, a la piedra y al acero de los más importantes artistas de su época ( G. Dore, Guerrard, S.Cholet, Tavernier, Bein, Rebel, Blanchard, Lechard, L.Massard, Boulay, Thibault, Frilley, Delannoy, Monnin, Dien, S.Cholet, Goujon, Devilliers, Noel, Masson, E.Lerouge, Boilly, E.Chavane, Nargeot, Audibran, Colin, A.V.Fontaine, J.De Marc, Thomas, Augert, Schroeder, Huet, Doherty, J.M.Fontaine, P.Brunelliére, A. Raffet, etc ). Unico, ejemplar privado de coleccionista - bibliofilo amante de la obra grafica de militaria. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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