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        Eigenh. musikalisches Albumblatt mit U. ("V Lachner").

      Mannheim, 20. IX. 1860. - ¾ S. Qu.-4to. 16 Takte für Klavier aus einem unbezeichneten Werk. - Als Komponist war Lachner mit zahlreichen Männerchören bekannt geworden, die sich großer Beliebtheit erfreuten; daneben schuf er u. a. die Ouvertüren zu Schillers "Turandot" und "Demetrius" sowie Orchester-, Kammermusik- und Klavierwerke, darunter 12 Johannes Brahms gewidmete Ländler.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Sir Ninian

      Printed For Private Circulation, London 1860 - For extra pictures of the more valuable books, please press the 'Ask Bookseller A Question' button. This book was printed for private circulation and is in generally excellent condition overall. Internally mostly very clean with some foxing to the fist few pages. Large sections of poetry. One excellent plate. There is an inscription to the dedication page - the signature is not decipherable. The covers have been re-cased and are in excellent bright condition. Blind stamp gilded on the front cover. Excellent bright spine A.e.g. with some slight chipping to corners. Click Bianco Library to see what we mean by condition. For our terms, please click on 'Bianco Library' below. Buying more than one book will save on postage costs. To help our customers, we have split our books into 70 + categories. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Sketch-Book by an American in Venice

      N.p., [Venice] 1860 - First edition thus. 4to. Etched title page and 48 full page etchings of Italian street vendors, signed in the plate, by Eugenio Bosa (1807-1875), Italian sculptor & painter. Blue-grey wrappers housed in folding cloth & paper covered portfolio. Light foxing to some pages; wear and rubbing to portfolio; a very good copy. 23 etchings depict Venetian costumes; 24 depict Triestini costumes; and 1 plate not indicated. An unusual collection of etchings by Bosa, showing, in excellent detail, Italians in Venice and Trieste wearing picturesque clothing particular to their trade, each one wielding the necessary tools for daily use. No copies found in institutions of this title with the 48 etchings. Bosa (1807-1875) was a Venetian artist, best known for his illustrative work of daily life, often ".humorous, curious, even satirical, full of whimsical details that earned him the title of Goldoni of Venetian painting." [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        St Peter's].

      c. 1860 - Albumen print. Good tonal range and in good condition. Dimensions: 265 by 410mm. (10.5 by 16 inches).

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        Sketches of Camp Boone. The First Encampment of the Kentucky State Guard; held near Louisville, from August 23rd to August 30th, 1860. Also, photographic views of the camp, and Portraits of the General's Staff

      Published by G. T. Shaw for Garrett & Nickerson, Photographists, Louisville 1860 - (10 x 7 3/4 inches). 27, [1]pp. plus 9 oval salt paper print photograph portraits mounted on one sheet with printed captions, 11 salt paper print photograph views of the camp, with rounded corners mounted on 11 sheets. Contemporary half red morocco over marbled paper covered boards, rebacked to style, original patterned paper endpapers. Housed in a black morocco box. Provenance: William J. Adams (pencil signature on title dated 1860) Very rare early photographically-illustrated work, depicting military camp life on the eve of the Civil War in Louisville Kentucky. On March 5th, 1860, fore-seeing the coming of an armed conflict, the Kentucky State Legislature organized the Kentucky State Guard. By early spring the officers had received their commissions, with Simon Bolivar Buckner named Inspector-General with the rank of Major General. On August 23, 1860 the Kentucky State Guard assembled for the first time on the grounds of the South-Western Agricultural Association in Louisville, naming their camp for famed Kentuckian Daniel Boone. Seeing a commercial opportunity, Louisville photographers Garrett & Nickerson captured the week-long event. The preliminary text in this work gives a detailed record of all the orders given during the first encampment, as well as a complete roster of the officers. The illustrations within the work are all salt paper prints from collodion glass negatives by Louisville photographers C. Alfred Garrett and George H. Nickerson. The nine officers depicted on the first page of photographs are: Major General S. B. Buckner, Colonel Frank Tryon, Colonel Benjamin Hardin Helm, Colonial Isaac W. Scott, Colonel Charles D. Pennebaker, Colonel Samuel Gill, Major James A. Beattie, Captain Philip Vacaro and Rev. James Craik. The views comprise (titles as per captions listed on the final page of text): 1) First View of Camp Boone, looking North 2) Second View of Camp Boone, looking North-East 3) Dress Parade 4) Guard Mounting 5) Visit of the Governor to Major Hunt 6) Street Scene after Parade [#1] 7) Visit of Commissioned Officers to Capt. Hayes 8) Street Scene after Parade [#2] 9) Visit of the Governor to Col. Frank Tryon 10) Meeting of Officers after Parade 11) Street Scene after Parade [#3] At the start of the Civil War, border-state Kentucky vowed to stay neutral. It was not long, however, before the state legislature moved to side with the Union. Nevertheless, many of its citizens, and many of the soldiers in the Kentucky State Guard, sided with the Confederacy. Indeed, the Confederates formed their own Camp Boone in Tennessee to attract the well-trained Kentucky militiamen. This included Buckner, as well as Captain John Hunt Morgan, the infamous leader of the Morgan Raiders. Interestingly, the final image within the work would seem to depict Morgan's men, as one of the crates in the foreground is labelled "Lex. Rifles", after the name of Morgan's company (the Lexington Rifles). Thus the present work, depicting the Kentucky State Guard in August of 1860, inadvertently captures the images of many soon-to-be soldiers in the Confederate Army. Photographically-illustrated works from this early period were seldom printed in large quantities. That fact, coupled with the destruction caused by the Civil War in the years immediately following the publication has made this work very rare. OCLC cites but two known examples (University of Chicago and University of Kentucky); an additional example is held in the Gilder-Lehrman Collection at the New York Historical Society. This example with provenance to William J. Adams, who would go on to serve as a private in company A of the 3rd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry during the Civil War. A significant photographic incunable. Not in Truthful Lens. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nouveau Plan Illustre de la Ville

      Paris 1860 - Size : 1110x700 (mm), 43.625x27.5 (Inches), Hand Colored

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        Hoffy's North American pomologist,:

      HOFFY, A. Hoffy's North American Pomologist, Containing numerous finely colored Drawings, accompanied by letter press Descriptions, &c., of Fruits of American Origin. Edited by William D. Brinckle. vi, 361 pp. Illustrated with a frontispiece portrait and 36 hand-coloured lithographs. 4to., bound in publisher's gilt-stamped blue cloth. Philadelphia: A. Hoffy, 1860. A fine copy of Hoffy's North American Pomologist, produced to promote fruit culture in America. This volume represents the third of the Journals he issued on Pomology; the first was The Orchardist's Companion, published from 1841 to 1843, and the second was The American Pomologist which came out in 1851. The thirty-six hand-coloured plates are comprised of fourteen pears, eleven apples, eight peaches, seven plums, three grapes, two cherries, two strawberries and an apricot. All three journals are extremely rare, and because of the attractive colour plates, most copies have been segmented and framed. This is an unusually fine copy in extremely fresh condition. See: Raphael, An Oak Spring Pomona No. 59.

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        "München". Hübsche Gesamtansicht von Osten mit Blick über die Isar, links Maximilianeum und Haidhauser Kirche.

      . Lithographie mit Tonplatte nach Eberhard Emminger, um 1860, 13 x 20,5 cm.. Nicht bei Lentner und Slg. Probst. - Sauber und frisch.

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        Lives of the Archbishops of Cantebury. 12 volume set

      London Richard Bentley 1860. G: in Good condition without dust jackets as issued. Covers rubbed and scuffed First Edition Brown hardback leather cover 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). xx, 530pp; xviii, 761pp; xv, 518pp; xvi, 535pp; xvi, 524pp; viii, 509pp; viii, 419pp; viii, 447pp; xvi, 592pp; xviii, 307pp; xx, 436pp; 258pp, . Published 1860 - 1876. Telford's Legacy, Westerkirk Library. Volumes 6-8 numbered 1-3 New Series on spine.

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        Poems ? Selected and edited by Robert Aris Willmott

      London: Routledge, Warne & Routledge, Farrington Street, 1860. First edition thus. One hundred wood engravings by Pickengill, Birket Foster, J. Wolf, John Gilbert, William Harvey, Duncan, and others, engraved by the Dalziel Brothers. 4to. Publisher's presentation binding of full green morocco, covers with bevelled edges, gilt, a.e.g. Some rubbing to binding retouched, else fine. Inscribed by the Daziel Brothers on Christmas Eve to the Publisher's Widow A pretty copy in a publisher's deluxe presentation binding, with a Christmas inscription by the engravers the Daziel brothers to Mrs William Warne, the widow of the publisher William Warne (d. 1859).

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        The Universal Decorator

      1860. GIBBS, William [Illustrator]. The Universal Decorator. A complete guide to ornamental design including designs for cabinet makers, wood carvers, metal workers, Birmingham, Sheffield and the Potteries, Scrolls, panels and general ornament, alphabets, initials and Monograms. Edited by F.B. Thompson and J.W. Ross. xii, 512 pp. Illustrated with a chromolithographic frontispiece and 238 plates, a mixture of lithography, chromolithography, and wood engravings, plus extensive illustrations in-text. Thick 4to., 270 x 210 mm, bound by Saunders in elaborate contemporary three-quarter speckled red morocco, spine with geometric designs in different colour leather with elaborate gilt stamping, upper board morocco with stenciled design of a finger pointing to the word "decorator" followed by a star picked out in gilt. London: Houlston & Wright, [1860]. |~||~||~||~| First Edition. A fine and unusual copy of this compendium of Victorian design featuring over two hundred plates on ornament, architectural elements, metalwork, alphabets, etc., all printed in different colours, some in chromolithography. Most striking, however, is the binding by "Saunders" of Tunbridge Wells with its handsomely tooled spine that appears vertically on the front of the spine piece. We could find nothing further on Saunders, but it is clear they were skilled binders with an eclectic design sensibility. Some rubbing to the corners.

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        Catlin the celebrated Indian traveller and artist, firing his Colt's Repeating Rifle before a tribe of Carib Indians in South America

      Day & Son, London 1860 - Hand-finished colour-printed lithograph, drawn on stone by J. M'Gahey of Chester after George Catlin, printed by Day & Son, within a lithographed thin single line border printed in ochre, with lithographed title printed in black beneath. Sheet size: 18 x 25 1/8 inches. A scarce print from the rarest of Catlin's pictorial publications. When the United States Senate rejected an 1852 bill proposing the purchase for the nation of George Catlin's "Indian Gallery," the artist was bankrupted and lost virtually all of the paintings and drawings that he had used in his exhibitions. In order to raise funds, Catlin proposed an expedition to market Samuel Colt's firearms. Colt was eager to publicize his new revolving pistols and rifles and to have them adopted by the United States Army, and he commissioned Catlin to "paint a series of twelve pictures showing Colts being employed in the field. The terms of their agreement are unclear, but Catlin completed the order by 1857, and the Colt Patent Fire-Arms Manufacturing Company subsequently used the paintings in its advertising" (Dippie). "Six of the paintings were turned into lithographs, but few sets seem to have been made" (Miles & Reese). The set, all drawn in Catlin's distinctive style, show the artist using Colt firearms in the wilds of both North and South America. The plates were printed in London by Day & Son, the best known British lithographic printers of the period; Catlin's images were drawn on stone by J. M'Gahey of Chester, England. These prints are not in any of the standard bibliographies and the only other recorded holdings are in the Colt Firearms Collection (Connecticut State Library in Hartford), the Amon Carter Museum, Yale University (the Paul Mellon set) and the Wadsworth Athenaeum. Text beneath the image reads: "It having been been reported by one of my party that I had a Medicine Gun, which would fire all day without reloading, the Men, Women & Children, assembled in front of the Chief's Lodge to get a sight of it, - when I found it necessary to make an exhibition - and arranged a target at a suitable distance whe[re I to]ok my position / in front of the crowd rapidly discharging all the chambers, and cocked the piece for a continuation, but the chief advanced and assured me they were all satisfied, and I had better save my powder and balls, as I might want them, on a very long journey." George A. Miles and William S. Reese, America Pictured to the Life 69; cf. Dippie, Catlin and his Contemporaries: The Politics of Patronage , 1990.

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        Proof illustrations on India paper to Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. [Preface by the Rev. Charles Kingsley]

      London: Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts, 1860. 127 engravings on INDIA PAPER, mounted on 91 leaves of thick paper, engraved by Joseph Swain. Accompanied by a printed list of illustrations and Kingsley's preface. 4to. Near fine, in a custom green cloth box. Proofs on India Paper A possibly unique set of proofs on India paper to Charles Bennett's humorous and penetrating illustrations to the 1860 Longman edition of Pilgrim's Progress.

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        Cours elementaire d'Astronomie. Concordant avec les articles du Programme official pour l' enseignement de la Cosmographie dans les Lycees

      Paris, 1860. Troisième édition. 644 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary quarter black morocco and marbled boards. Slight rubbing to extremities. INSCRIBED TO BECQUEREL Inscribed on half-title "à M. Becquerel de l'[auteur], témoignage de respectueuse affection Ch. Delaunay." The recipient is likely Antoine César Becquerel (1788-1878), a pioneer in the study of electricity and first in a line of distinguished scientists (his grandson, Henri Bequerel, won the Nobel prize in physics in 1903). Charles- Eugène Delaunay (1816-1872) was an astonomer and mathematician, and member of the French Académie des Sciences.

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        Bildnis eines Knaben, Büste im Dreiviertelprofil nach rechts.

      . Bleistift, weiß gehöht, auf graugrünem Papier, rechts unten signiert, bezeichnet und datiert "Preller fe. Roma, d. 2. Januar 1860", links unten bezeichnet "Domenico Antonio Murgiotti di Picinescu.", unten mittig alter handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk mit zartem Bleistift "Elise Sigismund. Weimar d. 6. Sept. 1881". 44,5:35 cm. Entlang des linken Randes leichte Papierverfärbung, wahrscheinlich ein Wasserrand.. In Begleitung seiner Frau Marie, seines Sohnes Friedrich und der Freundin Olinda Bouterweck brach Preller am 25.09.1859 nach Italien auf. Als Standquartier in Rom wurde eine Wohnung bei dem Maler J.M. Wittmer (1802-1880) in der via delle quatro fontane später in der via Porta Pinciana bezogen, von dort aus erfolgten Reisen in die Umgebung von Olevano und nach Neapel (vgl. I. Weinrautner: Friedrich Preller d.Ä. (1804-1878). Leben und Werk, Münster, Diss., Univ. Bonn, 1996, S. 74). Hauptzweck dieser fast eineinhalbjährigen Italien-Reise war, Studien für seinen zweiten berühmten Zyklus der Odyssee-Wandbilder anzufertigen, ein Auftrag des Weimarer Großherzogs Karl Alexander. In seinen Tagebuchaufzeichnungen erwähnt Preller diesen Knaben wie folgt: "Am Morgen des heutigen Tages hatten wir einen schönen Knaben gezeichnet, der so reizend ist, daß wir Alle in ihn verliebt sind. Wo träfe man bei uns auch eine so noble Erscheinung. Der Bengel ist zwölf Jahre alt, lieblich und liebenswürdig zum Entzücken und dabei geweckt und gescheit. Er ist aus den neapolitanischen Bergen, trägt sein schönes Kostüm, aber könnte auch jeden Augenblick einen Prinzen vorstellen, denn Alles an ihm trägt den Stempel seltener Noblesse." (zit. aus: O. Roquette: Friedrich Preller. Ein Lebensbild, Frankfurt a.M. 1883, S. 214 f.). Das auf der Zeichnung erwähnte Dorf Picinesco liegt im Bergzug Ciociaria, der sich von Frosinone Richtung Nordwest nach Latium hinzieht. Er gehörte zum Zeitpunkt der Entstehung der Zeichnung zum Königreich Neapel. Elise Sigismund (1860 Scheibe/Kreis Rudolstadt - Weimar 1938) gehört nicht in das nähere Umfeld von Preller. Wahrscheinlich ist sie verwandt mit Ernst Sigismund, der in den 20er und 30er Jahren des letzten Jahrhunderts Quellenmaterial zu den Dresdener Malern des 19. Jahrhunderts besaß und zahlreiche Beiträge zum Thieme/Becker lieferte. "Wenig bekannt ist Prellers umfangreiches Schaffen als Porträtist. Bereits sein erstes eigenständiges Gemälde, der Eislauf auf dem Schwansee, erregte mit den lebensnahen Bildnissen seiner Freunde das Interesse der Betrachter. Aus seiner Studienzeit in Antwerpen sind einige Bildniszeichnungen seiner Kommilitonen überliefert, besonders aber in Italien war sein Talent gefragt. In den Museen in Weimar und Heidelberg sowie in Privatbesitz haben sich rund 230 Bildniszeichnungen erhalten. Bei der Mehrzahl der Porträts handelt es sich um spontan entstandene Gelegenheitsarbeiten für die Familie und Freunde Prellers. Da Zeichner und Modell einander bekannt waren, sind die Arbeiten in der Mehrzahl nicht bezeichnet und daher oft nicht zu identifizieren." (zit. aus: Weinrautner 1996, S. 97). Wir danken Prof. Dr. M. Lehmann, Konz-Könen, für seine Hilfe bei den Recherchen zu dieser Zeichnung (Brief vom 10.11.2010). Bereits im Alter von 10 Jahren begann Friedrich Preller, dessen Talent von seinen Eltern gefördert wurde, mit Studien an der Weimarer Zeichenschule. 1818 setzte er bei dessen Direktor, dem Maler und Kunstschriftsteller H. Meyer (1760-1832), einem engen Freund und Mitarbeiter Goethes, seine Malstudien fort. 1821 - er hatte sich Geld durch Kolorieren von Stichen für F.J.J. Bertuch (1747-1822) verdient - ging er nach Dresden. Hier begann er mit dem Kopieren von Altmeistergemälden aus der Dresdener Galerie. Erste Fahrten mit anderen Kunststudenten zum Studium der Natur in die nähere Umgebung Dresdens folgten. Durch Goethes Vermittlung - Preller war inzwischen dessen Schützling geworden - lernte er auch C.G. Carus (1789-1869) kennen, der ihn künstlerisch anleitete. Goethe selbst beauftragte Preller nach dessen erstem Dresden-Aufenthalt, für seine naturwissenschaftlichen Untersuchungen Reinzeichnungen von Wolkenstudien anzufertigen. Mit finanzieller Unterstützung des Großherzogs Karl August konnte Preller nach Antwerpen reisen, wo er 1824-1826 an der Akademie bei M.I. van Bree (1773-1839) seine Studien fortsetzte. Kurz nach seiner Rückkehr ermöglichte ihm jetzt ein Jahresstipendium des Großherzogs 1826-1828 einen Aufenthalt in Mailand, wo er an der Akademie bei Cattaneo studierte. 1828-1831 hielt Preller sich in Rom auf und wurde maßgebend von J.A. Koch (1768-1839), mit dem er Ausflüge in die nähere Umgebung der Stadt unternahm, beeinflußt; daneben hatten die Landschaftsmaler Cl. Lorrain (1600-1682), N. Poussin (1594-1665) und G. Dughet (1613-175) Vorbildcharakter; die Freundschaft mit B. Genelli (1798-1868) brachte darüber hinaus Anregungen für seinen Figurenstil. Von Rom aus besuchte Preller Olevano und Neapel. Auch war er rege am deutsch-römischen Kunstleben beteiligt, so war er Gründungsmitglied des römischen Kunstvereins sowie General der Ponte-Molle-Gesellschaft. Nach seiner Rückkehr nach Weimar wurde Preller 1832 erst Lehrer an der Zeichenschule, 1844 erfolgte die Ernennung zum Professor und Hofmaler. 1837 unternahm er, zunächst aus gesundheitlichen Gründen, eine erste Reise nach Rügen; 1839, 1847 und zuletzt 1872 folgten weitere - Prellers Nordlandbegeisterung führte ihn 1840 zudem nach Norwegen. Sein Ruf als bedeutender Maler melancholischer nordischer Landschaften und wilder Seestücke wurde dadurch noch ausgebaut. 1868 wurde Preller schließlich Direktor der Weimarer Zeichenschule.

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        Autograph album of Miss Carrie Bird, Pavillion House, Hartford Connecticut

      Hartford, Great Barrington, Cambridge and Newport, 1860. Some 55 leaves. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary red morocco, covers stamped with blind border, gilt center lozenge on upper cover, in blind on lower, a.e.g. Rubbed, upper joint cracking, lower spine torn and corners scuffed, some leaves loosened, else very good. Miss Bird was the daughter of ISAAC BIRD, author of"Bible Work in Bible Lands" and "The Martyr of Lebanon." He was well-known for his missionary work in Syria. In addition to signatures of her father and several family figures and friends are the signatures, many with quotes or phrases (some in Turkish and other languages) by the REVEREND JUSTIN PERKINS, THE "APOSTLE OF PERSIA," Syriac scholar and author of "Resident of Eight years in Persia" and "Missionary Life in Persia;" EDWARD DORR GRIFFIN PRIME, author of "Forty Years in the Turkish Empire or Memoirs of Rev. William Goodell" a Presbyterian clergyman, assistant- and editor of "New York Observer," he was also one of the founders of the American Bible Society, and his wife ABBIE G. GOODELL PRIME; WILLIAM GOODELL, the well-known missionary to Turkey, and his wife ABIGAIL P. D. GOODELL; JARED SPARKS; MARY E. T. HAMLIN, cousin to the recipient who was wife of CYRUS HAMLIN, the educator and missionary in Turkey for 35 years where he founded Robert College; HENRY J. VAN LENNEP, son-in -law to Isaac Bird, an author, educator and missionary in Turkey ; P. B. DU CHAILLU, the African explorer; FELIX AUGUSTUS PECKHAM, the Newport artist; HENRY A. SCHAUFFLER, with a pencil sketch, the Congregationalist Missionary, based primarily in Prague, known as the "APOSTLE TO THE SLAVS," who established Schauffler Missionary Training School in Cleveland; CHARLES A. AIKEN, author, educator, associated with Princeton University Theological School and sixth president of Union College and IRAH CHASE, the eminent Baptist educator. In addition to the pencil sketch by Stauffler are three others, one in pen, unsigned. Many of the signers were members of the AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS (ABCFM, the first American foreign mission agency, a mixed denominational group, generally Congregational in orientation, where education, medical care and Biblical translations were strongly emphasized.

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        L Anjou historique archeologique et pittoresque

      - In folio publié aux alentours de 1860 BIEN COMPLET de ses 58 lithographies : frontispice + 57 lithos des sites les plus remarquables de l Anjou dans un bel etat de fraicheur et accompagnees des 57 notices correspondantes par De Wismes et ses collaborateurs. Reliure PLEIN CHAGRIN EDITEUR couleur bronze . Plats aux 3 blasons estampés Dos à caissons decorés Coiffe avec legers manques Mors inferieurs ouverts sur 5 cm Tranches dorées Coins émoussés Le tout solide et plaisant [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Catlin the artist & sportsman releiving [sic.] one of his companions from an unpleasant predicament during his travels in Brazil

      London: Day & Son, 1860. Hand-finished colour-printed lithograph, drawn on stone by J. M'Gahey of Chester after George Catlin, printed by Day & Son, within a lithographed thin single line border printed in ochre, with lithographed title printed in black beneath. Sheet size: 18 x 25 1/8 inches. A very rare print from the rarest of Catlin's pictorial publications. When the United States Senate rejected an 1852 bill proposing the purchase for the nation of George Catlin's "Indian Gallery," the artist was bankrupted and lost virtually all of the paintings and drawings that he had used in his exhibitions. In order to raise funds, Catlin proposed an expedition to market Samuel Colt's firearms. Colt was eager to publicize his new revolving pistols and rifles and to have them adopted by the United States Army, and he commissioned Catlin to "paint a series of twelve pictures showing Colts being employed in the field. The terms of their agreement are unclear, but Catlin completed the order by 1857, and the Colt Patent Fire-Arms Manufacturing Company subsequently used the paintings in its advertising" (Dippie). "Six of the paintings were turned into lithographs, but few sets seem to have been made" (Miles & Reese).The set, all of which are drawn in Catlin's distinctive style, show the artist using Colt firearms in the wilds of both North and South America.The plates were printed in London by Day & Son, the best known British lithographic printers of the period; Catlin's images were drawn on stone by J. M'Gahey of Chester, England. These prints are not in any of the standard bibliographies and the only other recorded sets are in the Colt Firearms Collection (Connecticut State Library in Hartford), the Amon Carter Museum, Yale University (the Paul Mellon set) and the Wadsworth Athenaeum.Text beneath this image reads: "This man strayed from the encampment and alone attacked a troup of 200 or more Piccaries [sic.], when having expended his powder he was compelled to retreat into a fallen tree crying "murder" Catlin ran to his rescue with his Colt's Revolver / when after knocking over three of leaders of the beseiging party suddenly, the rest took to their heels leaving only the dead upon the field." George A. Miles and William S. Reese, America Pictured to the Life 69; cf. Dippie, Catlin and his Contemporaries: The Politics of Patronage , 1990.

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        Battaglia di Magenta (4 Giugno 1859)

      1860 ca., Magenta 1860 - Bella veduta della battaglia nel centro della cittadina di Magenta. La stampa, applicata editorialmente su di un telaio, è colorata all'epoca con colori vivaci. Inserita in cornice coeva di cm. 63x73. La stampa sarà esposta e quindi potrà essere consegnata, solo a conclusione della mostra commemorativa dal titolo "Combattere per la Libertà - Immagini di battaglie per l'Indipendenza e l'Unità d'Italia", che si terra a bordo dello storico piroscafo "Piemonte" sul Lago Maggiore dal 17 al 27 marzo ed a Civitella del Lago TR dal 2 aprile al 2 maggio in occasioni delle celebrazioni sul 150° anniversario dell'Unità d'Italia mm 368x506

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        Combattimento di Calatafimi (15 Maggio 1860)

      Calatafimi 1860 - Bella veduta dell'assalto dei garibaldini comandati da Garibaldi e dal Generale Turr, contro l'esercito napoletano, che sconfiggevano gridando "viva l'Italia e Vittorio Emanuele". Sullo sfondo la cittadina di Calatafimi ed in calce sotto al titolo due righe di descrizione della battaglia. La stampa, applicata editorialmente su di un telaio, è colorata all'epoca con colori vivaci che fanno risaltare le giubbe garibaldine. Inserita in una cornice coeva di cm. 63x73. La stampa è stata esposta nelle mostre commemorative dal titolo "Combattere per la Libertà - Immagini di battaglie per l'Indipendenza e l'Unità d'Italia", che si sono tenute a bordo dello storico piroscafo "Piemonte" sul Lago Maggiore ed a Civitella del Lago TR in occasioni delle celebrazioni sul 150° anniversario dell'Unità d'Italia mm 389x538

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        Das liebe Büchlein für kleine Kinder. Mit 10 nach Compostionen von J. Volz in Nördlingen in Tondruck colorirten Bildchen und hübschen Verschen und einem Anhange von Kinderliedern.

      J.F. Schreiber,, Esslingen, 1860 - 4. Aufl. Esslingen, J.F. Schreiber, (ca. 1860). 21,3x16,5 cm. 8 S. Text und 10 Tafeln. OHLn. mit farb. Deckelbild. Nicht bei Wegehaupt, Klotz, Schug. - Ries 950 (Erstausgabe erschien 1856). - Schönes Exemplar. - Selten. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gemme d'Arti Italiane [Volume 13]

      Milan, Venice & Verona: P. Ripamenti Carpano, 1860. Volume 13 only. Engraved title and 9 engraved plates after contemporary Italian painters. xxxix, [i], 68, xv, [iii] pp. 4to. Bound in the publisher's "chocolate box" style of white paper boards elaborately embossed and chromolithographed, front cover with a central die-cut oval revealing a hand-colored engraving of a woman pulling a necklace from a jewellery box, her dress embellished with small jewels, rear cover with a central embossed image of a floral boquet, some foxing throughout, in a custom cardboard chemise. Volume 13 of this Italian art periodical, in a beautiful "chocolate box" style binding of embossed and chromolithographed paper boards.

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        Cours elementaire d'Astronomie. Concordant avec les articles du Programme official pour l' enseignement de la Cosmographie dans les Lycees

      Paris, 1860. Troisième édition. 644 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary quarter black morocco and marbled boards. Slight rubbing to extremities. INSCRIBED TO BECQUEREL Inscribed on half-title "à M. Becquerel de l'[auteur], témoignage de respectueuse affection Ch. Delaunay." The recipient is likely Antoine César Becquerel (1788-1878), a pioneer in the study of electricity and first in a line of distinguished scientists (his grandson, Henri Bequerel, won the Nobel prize in physics in 1903). Charles- Eugène Delaunay (1816-1872) was an astonomer and mathematician, and member of the French Académie des Sciences.

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        Vollständiges Bibelwerk für die Gemeinde in drei Abtheilungen. 9 Bde. (Bd. 4 u. 6 - 9 hrsg. v. Heinrich Julius Holtzmann). Leipzig, F. A. Brockhaus, 1858-70. Lex.-8vo. (Rückenhöhe 25 cm). Zus. ca. 6200 S. Halblederbde. d. Zt. mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln u. etw. Rückenvergoldung; Rücken stärker beschabt.

      . . Vollständiges Exemplar von Bunsens monumentalem "Bibelwerk"; sehr selten. Das Werk zerfällt in drei Abteilungen: I. Die Bibel. Übersetzung und Erklärung (= Bd. 1 - 4); II. Bibelurkunden (= Bd. 5 - 8); III. Bibelgeschichte. Das ewige Reich Gottes und das Leben Jesu (= Bd. 9). Bunsens Absicht war es eine umfangreich kommentierte Neuübersetzung der Bibel auf Basis des Luther-Textes nach dem neuesten Stand der Forschung zu geben und diese durch urkundliches Quellenmaterial zu ergänzen. "Fortgesetzter methodischer Entstellung des richtigen geschichtlichen Sinnes entgegenzutreten, der Gemeinde die echten und gesicherten Resultate der fortgeschrittenen Wissenschaften auf sprachlichem und sachlichem Gebiet aufzuschließen: das war von Anfang an der Zweck des Bibelwerks" (Vorwort zu Bd. 4). Bunsen erlebte den Abschluss seines Werks nicht mehr. Nach seinem Tod (1860) übernahmen Adolf Kamphausen und Heinrich Julius Hoffmann die Herausgabe. - Als Ergänzung zum Bibelwerk erschien noch ein kleiner Atlas mit 10 Karten sowie eine Würdigung durch Baehring. - Papier gebräunt u. teils auch stockfleckig. Die Bibel mit gelegentlichen Anmerkungen in Bleistift. ** Bestellungen bis 14 Uhr versenden wir am selben Tag. - Schweizer Postkonto vorhanden. **

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        Bellealliance. Unsigniertes Original-Aquarell mit runden Ecken, auf Trägerpappe aufgezogen.

      Um 1860.. 22,0 x 32,5 cm. Die Trägerpappe ca. 5 cm unter der Darstellung mit waagerechter Welle. Aquarell von ordentlicher Qualität, wohl die früheste Darstellung dieses Hauses. Das Gasthaus wurde um 1860 von F.A.Stricker erbaut. Es befand sich am Schulterblatt 115 (früher Eimsbütteler Straße 2). Das Lokal entwickelte nach mehrfachem Eigentümerwechsel und Umbauten zu einem Lustgarten, der Tanzsaal war etwa 1000 m groß. 1907 zog ein Theater und 1908 das damals größte Hamburger Kino ein. Das Gebäude wurde 1943 durch Bomben zerstört. [SW - Ansicht, Ansichten, Hamburgensien, Hamburgensie].

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        Gesamtansicht, "Württ. Oberamtsstadt Urach".

      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Emminger ( Eberhard) b. Julius Bartels in Urach, 1860, 15,8 x 23. Schefold II, Nr. 10364; Henning / Maier, Eberhard Emminger, Seite 155 und Abb. Nr. 53. - Unter der Ansicht eine weitere kleine Abbildung des "K. Seminar".

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        The Congressional Globe: Containing the Debates and Proceedings of the First Session of the Thirty-Sixth Congress: Also, of the Special Session of the Senate, Part 4 and Appendix

      John Rives 1860 - ¾ leather spine with blue marbled boards. Hardcover. Foxing with tanning to pages, damp stain to bottom page ends, minor wear to edges of boards. Previous owner's name on front end page.Covers 1st Session of 36th Congress from June 12 to June 29, 1860. Appendix includes notable speeches, important state papers, and laws passed during the 1st Session up to June of 1860. This volume contains debates over the role of state and federal governments, the governance of new territories, and displays the increasing hostility between representatives of the North and South over the subject of slavery. The final speech documented in the appendix comes from Rep. Isaac Morris of Illinois, who wished to warn his colleagues against supporting an up and coming "extremist" from his home state, Abraham Lincoln. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht aus halber Vogelschau ('Stockholm Fran Mälaresidan - O.A. Mankell, pinx. - A. Nay. Lith. - P.B. Eklunds förlag - Lith. Artist. Anst. i. Stockholm').

      . Farblithographie v. A. Nay n. O.A. Mankell, um 1860, 52 x 74. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Blick durch einen Bogen im Schloß Hohenbaden (heute: Altes Schloß).

      . Pinsel in Braun und Aquarell, über Bleistift, auf chamoisfarbenem Velin, rechts unten bezeichnet sowie undeutlich datiert "Altes Schloß Baden 24. Sept. 1860". 15,3:20,3 cm. Etwas fleckig. Aus einem Skizzenbuch.. Julius Steinkopf erhielt seine erste Ausbildung bei seinem Vater Gottlob Friedrich Steinkopf (1778-1860). Von Ende 1841 bis Juni 1844 hielt er sich in Rom auf. Später war er Zeichenlehrer in Calw. In Stuttgarter Privatbesitz befinden sich Gouachen mit Ansichten von Esslingen und Bad Boll (1834/1835). Die Graphische Sammlung in Stuttgart besitzt Skizzenbücher des Künstlers von 1842, 1843 und 1844 mit Landschaften aus dem Bergland um Olevano, von Orvieto und Assisi sowie Skizzenbuchblätter aus Mittelitalien und Süditalien (vgl. Best. Katalog: Die Zeichnungen und Aquarelle des 19. Jahrhunderts in der Graphischen Sammlung der Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Stuttgart 1976, Inv. GVL 34, 372 und 373).

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        Barn Owl Plate 34

      New York: John Woodhouse Audubon. Very Good. 1860. First Printing. Print. 9-inch crease to central bottom and into image of body of water; general soiling & wear to the lower caption area including abrasion to Latin caption. ; Chromolithographed by J. Bien; 47.5" x 34.5" framed; Chromo-lithograph; 34.25" x 22.75" (image)/ 39.5" x 26.5" (paper) .

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        The Complete Angler...with original memoirs and notes by Sir Harris Nicolas

      London: Nattali and Bond, 1860. Second Nicolas edition. With 48 engraved plates. 2 vols. 8vo. Near contemporary half tan calf, spines gilt with black morocco spine labels, marbled endsheets with matching marbled edges. Fine, tall copy. Second Nicolas edition. With 48 engraved plates. 2 vols. 8vo. A pleasing edition, with the illustrations of the first Nicolas edition (1836) for which the publisher William Pickering used 27 of the most prominent artists of the time.Coigney reports the page size "up to 10 x 7 in."; this copy is comparatively tall, measuring 9-3/4 x 6-1/2 inches.In an attractive, well preserved near-contemporary binding.

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        Travaux Hydraliques Maritimes ? Port de Marseille

      Marseille: Jules Barile, 1860. First edition. 55 color lithograph plates by F. Canquoin after E. Cappeau. [ii], xi, [i], 148, vii, [i] pp. 2 vols. 4to & oblong folio. Contemporary quarter brown morocco and marbled boards, some rubbing to corners, sporadic light foxing to a few plates, front hinge of plate volume repaired, small "discard" stamp to half title of text volume, contemporary New York bookseller's ticket (Gustave E. Stechert) to pastedowns. First edition. 55 color lithograph plates by F. Canquoin after E. Cappeau. [ii], xi, [i], 148, vii, [i] pp. 2 vols. 4to & oblong folio. Construction of the Marseille Port in Color Plate. A rare color plate book showing the construction of the Bassin Napoléon, which extended Marseille's dock and storage areas. OCLC locates only one complete copy.

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        The Complete Angler with original memoirs and notes by Sir Harris Nicolas

      London: Nattali and Bond, 1860. Second Nicolas edition. With 48 engraved plates. 2 vols. 8vo. Near contemporary half tan calf, spines gilt with black morocco spine labels, marbled endsheets with matching marbled edges. Fine, tall copy. Second Nicolas edition. With 48 engraved plates. 2 vols. 8vo. A pleasing edition, with the illustrations of the first Nicolas edition (1836) for which the publisher William Pickering used 27 of the most prominent artists of the time. Coigney reports the page size "up to 10 x 7 in."; this copy is comparatively tall, measuring 9-3/4 x 6-1/2 inches. In an attractive, well preserved near-contemporary binding.

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        Proof illustrations on India paper to Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. [Preface by the Rev. Charles Kingsley]

      London: Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts, 1860. 127 engravings on INDIA PAPER, mounted on 91 leaves of thick paper, engraved by Joseph Swain. Accompanied by a printed list of illustrations and Kingsley's preface. 4to. Near fine, in a custom green cloth box. 127 engravings on INDIA PAPER, mounted on 91 leaves of thick paper, engraved by Joseph Swain. Accompanied by a printed list of illustrations and Kingsley's preface. 4to. Proofs on India Paper. A possibly unique set of proofs on India paper to Charles Bennett's humorous and penetrating illustrations to the 1860 Longman edition of Pilgrim's Progress.

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        Autograph Letter Signed "C. Rigaut de Genouilly" asking "Mon cher Colonel" for Assistance with Obtaining a Pension for Mme Charbonnier, a Widow of a Naval Department Administrator].

      Paris 1860 - Paris, 14 December 1860. Octavo (ca. 24x19 cm). 3 pp. Black ink on watermarked blue laid paper. Mild fold marks, otherwise a very good letter. A private letter from French admiral Pierre Rigaut de Genouilly, the commander of French naval forces during the opening phase of the Cochinchina campaign (1858-62), which laid the foundation for the French conquest of Vietnam. Appealing to a colonel who was in connection with marshal Jacques Louis Randon, French minister of defence in 1859-1867, Rigaut de Genouilly asks him to show the minister the request (apparently about a pension) of a widow "of an administrator of the navy department, whom I knew as an excellent State servant, as a commissioner of the navy aboard many ships and as the treasurer of the Invalides de la Marine. Furthermore the widowed Madame Charbonnier is the daughter of a sea captain, who fought during the First French Empire and who I met over the Algiers expedition". Rigaut de Genouilly also mentions some of their common acquaintances, according his correspondent¿s brother who was serving on board a French naval vessel at the moment. "Rigault de Genouilly took command of French naval forces in China and Cochinchina and in 1857 held Canton with the British, who had joined France in declaring war on China. The following year, as vice admiral, he once again attacked Tourane; he was told to secure it with the forces at his disposal and he was not to negotiate with the Vietnamese. On Sept. 1, 1858, he took the city and would have proceeded to the capital at Hue, but his ships could not navigate the shallow river inland; instead, he turned south to conquer Saigon and achieved his objective with the help of Spanish troops, Feb. 17, 1859. With his men debilitated by the climate and disease, his supplies low, and no reinforcements forthcoming, he could neither consolidate his conquests nor bring the Vietnamese to surrender. The following October 20 he asked to be relieved of his post. Back in France, Rigault de Genouilly became a senator (1860), was promoted to admiral (1864), and was named minister of the marine and of the colonies (1867). In the Franco-German War (1870-71), he rejected his appointment as commander in chief of an expedition to the Baltic Sea and went to Spain to live out his years" (Encyclopaedia Britannica online).

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        Bernina - Engadin

      1860 ca, Engadina - Bernina 1860 - Bellissima e grande veduta del Bernina, edita dallo stesso Huber a Zurigo e da Stiefbold & Comp. a Berlino. Inserita in una bellissima cornice Luigi Filippo di cm 86x110 in foglia oro coeva all'incisione mm 500x750

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        The Lives and Speeches of Abraham Lincoln and Hannibal Hamlin

      Columbus, OH: Follett, Foster and Co. Very Good with no dust jacket; Original blindstamped brown cloth hardcover . with spine titles, minor wear and soiling; light to moderate moisture . stains on top inside corners of first 18 pages; engraved portraits of . Lincoln and Hamlin with tissue guards have moderate foxing; illustration . of Republican Wigwam in Chicago clean; 20th century owner's bookplate and . signature on front paste down and earlier owner's business stamp on ffep; . tight binding.. 1860. First Edition; 1st Printing. Hardcover. This book was one of the official campaign biographies for the 1860 presidential compaign, and Howells, who wrote the Lincoln biography, later claimed that his book helped elect Lincoln. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 406 pages .

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        Le Chemin De Croix

      Wentzel, Wissembourg 1860 - Gravure sur bois coloriée ( 61,5 X 40 cm), titre et explication en allemand et francais.

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        Le Chemin Du Ciel et Le Chemin De L'enfer

      Wentzel, Wissembourg 1860 - Gravure sur bois coloriée ( 40 X 61,5 cm), titre et explication en allemand et francais. Cette image était particulièrement appréciée dans les milieux protestants.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Dor. Czermak").

      O. O. u. D. - 1 S. Gr.-8vo. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Aus dem beiliegenden Briefe an Hrn. Braumüller werden Sie ersehen, in welche peinliche Lage mich eine Unachtsamkeit u. Übereilung versetzt hat. Ich kann als Mann von Ehre, wie Sie begreifen werden, nun nicht mehr daran denken, die Unterhandlung mit Hrn. Braumüller zu dem gewünschten Ende zu führen. Gegebene Versprechen darf man nicht brechen - freilich soll man gegebene Versprechen auch nicht momentan vergessen. Das ist wahr [.]". - Czermak war als Professor für Physiologie in Graz, Krakau und Pest tätig. 1860 setzte er seine wissenschaftlichen Untersuchungen in einem Prager Privatlaboratorium fort, folgte 1865 einer Berufung an die Universität Jena und lehrte seit 1870 in Leipzig. Czermak führte neben dem Stirnreflektor die Laryngoskopie in die praktische Medizin ein und legte seine Forschungsergebnisse in der Schrift "Der Kehlkopfspiegel und seine Verwertung für Physiologie und Medizin" (1860) dar; neben seiner bahnbrechenden Anwendung des Kehlkopfspiegels begründete er die Rhinologie als neues Spezialgebiet und stellte Photographie wie Stereoskopie in den Dienst dieser jungen Fächer.

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        Transactions of the Obstetrical Society of London. Volumes 1 through 4, for the years 1859-1862

      London: 1860-1863, - *The price of this item HAS BEEN temporarily reduced until Sunday, Feb. 22 as part of our ABEBOOKS sale. Order now for BEST SAVINGS! 4 volumes; the first four volumes of this important medical journal with all 26 plates called for, with five of them color and one folding, and additional woodcut illustrations in text; original cloth faded and chipped at spines with some joints split and some hinges weak, plates in the later volumes have small damp stains in bottom margins or corners, ownership markings of Dr. A. H. Bill; all volumes signed by the noted professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Western Reserve University (and fa. Photos available upon request.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("De Bulow").

      [Berlin, um 1860].. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt mit eh. Adresse am Gegenblatt verso (Faltbrief). Gr.-8vo.. Während ihrer frühen Ehejahre mit dem Pianisten und Dirigenten Hans von Bülow, an den radikalen Theologen und Philosophen Bruno Bauer (1898-82): "Je reviens de Leipsick; ville et habitants sont affreux, c'est assez vous dire monsieur que j'aurais ete ravie de renouveler ma jolie partie de Treptow, mais il m'est interdit de trop me hasarde dehors, afin que si puisse reserver quelques jours pour mon long voyage; si viens donc vous prier monsieur de me faire le grand plaisir de me dedommager de ma perte, en prenant le the avec moi, Mercredi soir [...]". - Größere Feuchtigkeitsflecken.

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        4 eigenh. Briefe m. U.

      Schillersdorf, 8.10.1860, 9. Mai 1860,. Zusammen 5 SS. 8vo.. An Herrn Pick: "Nur zwei Worte um Ihnen zu melden, dass Graf Batthyany mich gebeten hat Ihnen zu sagen, es würde ihm nicht möglich sein, heute Abend mit Ihnen oder mit Herrn Höffner auf den Bediener-Ball zu gehen" (O. O. u. D.). Am 9. Mai 1860: "Kaum hier angekommen beeile ich mich einige Zeilen an Sie zu richten, um Ihnen mein Bedauern auszudrücken, Sie nur so wenige Momente, bei meinem letzten, freilich sehr kurzen, Aufenthalt in Wien gesprochen zu haben. Ich hoffe Sie werden mir die Freiheit entschuldigen, die ich mir genommen habe, Sie mit dem Auffinden von Worten zu meinem Liede, zu belästigen [...]".

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("De Bulow").

      [Berlin, um 1860]. - 1 S. auf Doppelblatt mit eh. Adresse am Gegenblatt verso (Faltbrief). Gr.-8vo. Während ihrer frühen Ehejahre mit dem Pianisten und Dirigenten Hans von Bülow, an den radikalen Theologen und Philosophen Bruno Bauer (1898-82): "Je reviens de Leipsick; ville et habitants sont affreux, c'est assez vous dire monsieur que j'aurais été ravie de renouveler ma jolie partie de Treptow, mais il m'est interdit de trop me hasarde dehors, afin que si puisse réserver quelques jours pour mon long voyage; si viens donc vous prier monsieur de me faire le grand plaisir de me dédommager de ma perte, en prenant le thé avec moi, Mercredi soir [.]". - Größere Feuchtigkeitsflecken.

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        HISTORIA MILITAR Y POLITICA DEL GENERAL DON JUAN PRIM, FRANCISCO GIMENEZ GUITED

      Imprenta Luis Tasso 1860 - Barcelona, la Habana, Madrid. 24X16. 1860. 2Vol: 520Pág+455Pág+17 gravados, abiertas sobre acero y viñetas alegòricas en el texto. 1a edición. Falto de la primera lámina y desplegables y leve muesca de la Pag 33 a 36. Magnífica Obra y Raríssima. Ref 9.1 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE BOOK OF HISTORICAL COSTUMES, DRAWN FROM THE BEST SPECIMENS AND THE MOST AUTHENTIC DOCUMENTS OF EACH PERIOD

      Cassell, Petter and Galpin n.d. [c.1860], London - Quarto (9" x 12") in publisher's gilt-lettered red cloth, all edges gilt, rebacked with a later spine and a gilt-decorated morocco spine label. Illustrated with 96 hand-colored lithographed plates after the Pauquet brothers. Some plates with light marginal foxing or staining, most very clean and all bright. Very Good [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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