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        Anatomische Abbildungen.

      Wurzburg 1860 - Feigel, Johann Theodor Anton (1804-48). Anatomische Abbildungen oder Erlauterungstafeln zu dem Handbuche der Anatomie. Atlas only; lacking accompanying text. Folio. Elaborate lithographed title, 55 full-page lithographed plates numbered I-LV, 9 folding or double-page plates numbered I-IX, after drawings by the author, many hand-colored. (64 plates in all). [Wurzburg: n.p., 1837?] 490 x 347 mm. Modern dark blue morocco-backed boards. Minor soiling and foxing, but a very good, sound copy. Ownership signature on title. First Edition of the atlas to Feigel's Vollstandiges Handbuch der Anatomie (1837), with handsome large lithographed plates after the author's drawings; the veins and arteries are hand-colored in blue and red. Feigel, a professor at the University of Wurzburg, was a highly talented artist who illustrated all three of the medical works he published during his short life. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Andenken an Wiesbaden und Biebrich. ( Deckeltitel ).

      Wiesb., Zingel, um 1860.. enthält 14 Ansichten in Lithographie ( davon 6 Blatt mit Tonplatte ), qu.- kl.- 8 °, Or.- GLwd. m. Deckelprägung.. Sehr seltenes Album. - Unter den sorgfältig ausgeführten Ansichten ist hervorzuheben ein Blatt vom "Rhein. Hof" in Biebrich (10 x 16 cm.), die anderen Ansichten ( im Format: 6,5 x 12 cm. ) zeigen Wiesbaden ( Gesamtansicht, Kochbrunnen, 3x Kursaal, griech. Kapelle ) und 7 Ansichten von Biebrich ( 2x Schloß, Gewächshäuser, 2x Moosburg, Maurischer Kiosk, die große Fontaine ). Alle Ansichten auf appliziertem Chinapapier, teilweise stockfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        [Kremsmünster - Lithographie Sammelblatt]. Gewidmet dem Hochwürdigsten Herrn Augustin Reslhuber, Abte des Benedictinerstiftes Kremsmünster etc. von Joh. Schauer.

      Wien, v. Reiffenstein & Rösch, o. J. [um 1860 - 1875].. OTonlithographie. ca. 39 x 45 cm.. Leicht stockfleckig, Läsur fachmännisch m. Japanpapier geschlossen, leichte Gbrsp. - Beinhaltet die Ansichten (im Uhrzeigersinn): Kremsmünster von Nord-Ost (Mitte), Teich am Stiftsgebäude, Fischbehälter, Partie aus dem Stiftsgarten, Gunther's Denkmal, Kirchberg, Kremsmünster von Süd, Kremsmünster von Nord, Kremsmünster von Süd-West, Kremseck, Moschee.

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        Die Vegetations-Verhältnisse des Bayerischen Waldes nach den Grundsätzen der Pflanzengeographie.

      München, Literarisch-artistische Anstalt, 1860.. EA - Erstausgabe. XIII + 511 Seiten mit acht ausfaltbaren Tafeln (darunter eine mehrfach ausfaltbare Karte). Ca. 23,5 cm x ca. 15,5 cm x ca. 3 cm. Leineneinband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. - Nach dem Manuscripte des Verfassers vollendet von W. Gümbel und L. Radlkofer. - Enthält: Erster Theil. Allgemeine Naturbeschaffenheit des Areals. / Zweiter Theil. Die Flora des bayerischen Waldes. / Dritter Teil. Beziehung der Flora zu ihren Bedingungen. - Als fünfter Beitrag zur naturwissenschaftlichen Erforschung der bayerischen Lande herausgegeben von der k. b. Akademie der Wissenschaften. - Stafleu und Cowan, TL 11.661. - Der bayerische Botaniker Otto Sendtner (1813 - 1859) war Professor in München und Kurator des Herbars der Universität München. Er gilt als Mitbegründer der zoenologischen Richtung der Pflanzengeographie. Sein weiteres Hauptwerk "Die Vegetations-Verhältnisse Südbayerns nach den Grundsätzen der Pflanzengeographie und mit Bezugnahme auf Landescultur." (München, 1854) ist zurzeit ebenfalls lieferbar.. Wenig berieben oder bestoßen. Keine Einträge. Papier nicht gebräunt, nicht altersfleckig. Bindung sehr gut und fest. Zustand insgesamt I (- II) (deutsche Schulnotenskala). Auf Wunsch senden wir Ihnen gern per E-Mail Fotos des Werkes zu.

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        Orbis Antiqui Descriptio In Usum Scholarum Edidit

      Gothae 1860. 8°:pp.8n.+XVII tavole numerate incise finemente in rame ed acquerellate da C.Stier. Legatura tela moderna.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Regina 1880]
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        A Collection of the Public General Statutes Passed in the 23rd, 24th, 27th, 28th, 37th and 38th Years of the Reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria

      74 - London - Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1860. 74 - London - Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Three volumes of the Public General Acts passed in 1860, 1864 and 1874. Acts include: An act for the regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore, An act to amend the Medical Acts and an act to allow the making of malt duty-free to be used in feeding animals. Bound for the library of the Bedlington Petty Sessions, with gilt-lettered leather labels to each front board. With engraved title pages to each volume. Further acts include: An act for taking the census in Scotland, an act to continue the Poor Law Board and an act for preventing the adulteration of articles of food or drink. Condition: In calf bindings. Externally, sound with slight wear, rubbing and marks to boards. More significant wear to head and tail of spine of one volume. Three joints starting. Internally, firmly bound. Generally bright with scattered spots. Page bound in to front of one volume with copperplate writing, reading 'Bedlington Petty Sessions'. Overall: GOOD.

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        How We Spent the Autumn: Or, Wanderings in Brittany

      London - Richard Bentley, 1860. London - Richard Bentley, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A first edition of this Victorian Brittanytravel guide for ladies, in an Oxford Local Examinations prize binding. First Edition. Featuring a coloured frontispiece. Contains numerous plates and illustrations in the text. With an Oxford Local Examinations prize presentation label to the front pastedown presented to Joseph Forster Graham, dated 1866. With a Bickers & Son stamp and 'L K C' Ex Libris label to the front free endpaperCondition: In a full calf prize binding. Externally, very smart with just minor shelfwear only. Some fading to the spine and rear board. Internally, firmly bound. Bright and clean. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED..

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        Spiegelfabrik Manufacture de Glaces in Sainte-Marie-d'Oignies; im Vgr. Eisenbahn mit 4 Waggons ('Manufacture De Glaces Et Fabrique De Soude De Ste. Marie d'Oignies, a Aiseau pres Charleroi - Belgique').

      . Farblithographie v. Canelle gedr. v. Simonau & Toovey, um 1860, 78 x 36,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Am unteren Rand außerhalb der Ansicht einige restaurierte Einriße.

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        Gesamtansicht aus halber Vogelschau ('Vue Generale De Lyon Vue prise de la Tour de Notre-Dame de Fourviere.').

      . getönte Lithographie v. Charles Fichot n. Chapuy gedr. b. Becquet in Paris b. Ledot in Paris, um 1860, 45,5 x 61 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). (unten links außerhalb der Ansicht restaurierte Ecke)

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        London Cries:

      London - Field and Tuer Leadenhalls Press and Co, 1860. London - Field and Tuer Leadenhalls Press and Co, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Acharming and beautiful children's bookwritten by Andrew Tuer, including humourous colour and engravedillustrationsby Rowlandson, Cruikshank and Crawhall. 'Printed direct from stippled plates in the Bartolozzi style, and duplicated in red and brown and about forty other illustrations including ten of Rowlandson's humorous subjects in fascimile and tinted; examples by George Cruikshank, Joseph Crawhall and Co'. Plates retain their original tissue-guards. With colourful large capitals and illustrations in the text. Publisher's catalogue to the rear. Andrew Tuer wasa printer, publisher, author and founder of Field and Tuer Leadenhallsand Co. Condition: Rebacked in morocco with original cloth coveredboards. Externally,very good with minor rubbing. Internally, firmly bound. Generally bright and clean with minor spotting. Ink stampsfrom St. Augustine's Abbey library just on the frontandrear free-endpaper and title. Overall Condition: VERY GOOD..

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        Rosamond: A Series of Tales

      London - Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1860. London - Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. The tales in this volume were first published in Early Lessons, a popular series that charmed its readers. With an illustration to frontispiece and an illustrated second title. Maria Edgeworth (1 January 1768- 22 May 1849) was a prolific Irish writer of adults' and children's literature. She was one of the first realist writers in children's literature and was a significant figure in the evolution of the novel in Europe. She held advanced views, for a woman of her time, on estate management, politics and education, and corresponded with some of the leading literary and economic writers, including Sir Walter Scott and David Ricardo. With an ink inscription to front free endpaper dated 1860. Sold by G. L. Beeford,Bookseller, Scarboro' withbookseller's label to front pastedown. Bound by Bone and Son, Fleet Street, with binder's label to rear pastedown. Condition: In a cloth binding. Externally, generally sound but with bumping and wear to extremities. With rubbing and marksto boards. Front joint starting to tail withsplit to cloth, and slight splitto cloth at head of rear joint. Backstrip lifting to tail of spine. Front hingestrained. Internally, generally firmly bound although strained in places. Generally bright but with theodd spot and with a slight marginal tidemark and marks to endpapers. Overall: GOOD.

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        Mavor's First Spelling Book

      Printed for the Booksellers, 1860. Printed for the Booksellers, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Publisher's printed paper covers. Mid nineteeth century children's guide to spelling and reading. Condition: The binding is generally firm but is showing the cords, and both covers are attached. The front inner hinge has been strengthened with tape. There is some wear to the extremities, including some tears to the corners of the covers with loss. The covers are also marked and chipped, and have been strenghthened at the spine with tape. Internally the book is bright apart from some occasional spotting. The book finishes abruptly on page 30 and so some rear pages may be detached and missing..

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        Souvenirvedute in Rosenform ('Erinnerung an Schwerin').

      . kolorierter Stahlstich v. Prof. J. Gottheil b. Carl Adler in Hamburg, um 1860, 25 cm (Durchmesser) (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Stula S. 143. - Souvenirvedute in Rosenform mit 24 Ansichten u. 2 Porträts. - Das Deckblatt in Farblithographie. - Die Ansichten zeigen Zippendorf bei Schwerin, Irren-Anstalt bei Schwerin, Grossherzogl. Palais in Dobberan, Körners Grab zu Wöbbelin bei Ludwigslust, Heilgendamm, Kirche zu Dobberan, Logirhaus am Heiligen Damm, Salon im Heiligen Damm, alte Schloss zu Neustadt, Grossherzogl. Schloss in Ludwiglust, Kath. Kirche im Schloßgarten zu Ludwigslust, Schwerin, Regierungsgebäude in Schwerin, Grossherzogl. Schloss vom Schlossgarten gesehen, Markt in Schwerin, Schauspielhaus, Domkirche in Schwerin, Arsenal in Schwerin, Greenhaus in Schwerin, alte Garten in Schwerin u. Oberpostamt in Schwerin. - Mit lithographiertem Umschlag.

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        TA., Hafen, "Bremerhaven".

      . Lithographie v. G. Weinhold n. F.W. Kohl ( Druck Braunsdorf ), um 1860, 23,5 x 35. Seltene Ansicht. Blick zu den im Hafen liegenden Schiffen, rechts eine Häuserzeile.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        TA., Schänzchen, rechts eine Mühle, links Blick zum Siebengebirge, "Ansicht vom Schänzchen".

      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Hohe b. Bach, 1860, 18 x 28,2. Sehr selten! Einzige Ansicht vom Schänzchen!

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        TA., Haus - Rheinzollstraße, "Koblenz und Ehrenbreitstein".

      . Farblithographie v. C. Martin, um 1860, 26 x 37,5.

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        Reminiscences and Recollections of Captain Gronow 1810 - 1860

      1860, 1984. 1860, 1984 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A reprintcollectingof all four volumes of Captain Gronows Reminiscences in two volumes with seventeen colour plates to volume one and thirteen to volume two. First edition thus. To volume one are: Reminiscences of Captain Gronow, formerly of the Grenadier Guards and M. P. for Stafford, being Anecdotes of the Camp, the Court, and the Clubs, at the close of the last War with France (first published1862); and Recollections and Anecdotes, being a Second Series of Reminiscences (first published1863). To volume two are:Celebrities of London and Paris, being a Third Series of Reminiscences and Anecdotes,(first published1865); andCaptain Gronow's Last Recollections, being the Fourth and Final Series of his Reminiscences and Anecdotes(first published1866). Rees Howell Gronow (17941865), Captain Gronow, was a Welsh Grenadier Guards officer, an unsuccessful parliamentarian, a dandy and a writer of celebrated reminiscences. For many years after this he resided in London, mixing in the best society. In later years he took up his residence in Paris. His name is chiefly remembered in connection with his four volumes of reminiscence. With original order forms and advertisement for the R. S. Surtees Society inserted to front of each volume. Condition: In armorial cloth bindings in protective brodart wrappers. Externally, in a lovely condition with only very minor wear to extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Generally bright and clean throughout with only the odd spot, predominantly to endpapers and text block edge. Overall:NEARFINE.

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        Abrege Methodique de la Science des Armoiries

      sp;- Paris - Garnier Freres, Libraires-Editeurs, 1860. sp;- Paris - Garnier Freres, Libraires-Editeurs, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A fascinating copy ofthe frenchAbrege Methodique de la Science des Armoiries, 'a glossary of heraldic attributes of an elementary treatise orders of chivalry and notions of the noble classes, the ennoblement of the original surnames proof of nobility, as the aristocratic usurpations and legislation'. Includes illustrations within. In French. Condition: Ina half morocco binding withimitation leather clothboards. Externally, a rubbed with the front joint failed. Internally, generally bright and clean. Overall Condition: FAIR..

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        Memoranda on Vegetation

      London - Taylor and Francis, 1860. London - Taylor and Francis, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce publication of the manuscript by Hunter on the experiments he made on the growth and functions of plants with a couple of diagrams to page 17 and with a preface from the Royal College of Surgeons. John Hunter FRS (1728 - 1793) was a Scottishsurgeonregarded as one of the most distinguished scientists and surgeons of his day. He was an early advocate of careful observation and scientific method in medicine. The Hunterian Society of London was named in his honour. He was the husband of Anne Hunter, a teacher, and friend of, and collaborator with, Edward Jenner, the inventor of the smallpox vaccine. Condition: In a cloth binding. Externally,sound but with slight wear to extremities, fading to spine and marginally and slight loss to backstrip and the odd slight mark to boards. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with the odd handling markand very slight foxing to endpapers. Overall: GOOD.

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        Poems

      London - Edward Moxon and Co., 1860. London - Edward Moxon and Co., 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A lovely edition of Tennyson's poems(published 1830) with a poem dedicated 'To the Queen' as a preface dated March 1851. With an ink inscription to front blank dated 1865. Bound by Rivingtons, Waterloo Place; with binder's stamp to verso of front free endpaper. Condition: In a full morocco binding. Externally, sound but with wear to extremities and slight loss to head and tail of spine. Wear to boards. Front joint starting but generally firm. Front hinge starting. Internally, firmly bound. Generally bright andclean throughout. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        "Das Heidelberger Schloss". Blick vom Neckar über mehrere Häuser auf das Schloss.

      . Lithographie mit mehreren Tonplatten von E. Steiger bei A. Gatternicht, Stuttgart, um 1860, 34,5 x 49,5 cm.. Nicht bei Schefold. - Linke obere Ecke des breiten Randes angesetzt, in den Rändern leicht angestaubt. - Dekorative, breitrandige und sehr seltene Ansicht!

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        "Stuttgart von der Morgenseite". Gesamtansicht von der Uhlandshöhe.

      . Lithographie mit Tonplatte von A. Gatternicht, gedruckt von Oßwald, im Verlag Ebner, um 1860, 22 x 30,5 cm.. Schefold 7924. - Mit schmalem Rändchen.

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        "Cannstadt". Gesamtansicht von Sulzerain, links Gedenkstein für C.Fr. Sick.

      . Farblithographie von A. Gatternicht bei G. Ebner, um 1860, 19 x 28 cm.. Schefold 8862. - Dekorative Ansicht mit hübscher Personenstaffage.

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        Hagen." Ansicht mit dem alten Bahnhof und Industrieanlagen im Vordergrund

      Farblithographie von W. Korn nach Wilhelm Riefstahl bei W. Joedicke 1860. Farblithographie von W. Korn nach Wilhelm Riefstahl bei W. Joedicke 1860. 21.8x33 cm. - Westfalia Picta II, S. 96f. - Ruhrgebiet 68 - Titel im Druck etwas schwach, Knickfalte im Himmel geglättet. Verso Stempel "Kunstsammlungen der Stadt Witten" und Deakzessionsstempel 1998. Dekorative Ansicht.

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        A Book of Favourite Modern Ballads

      London - W. Kent and Co., 1860. London - W. Kent and Co., 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A lavishly illustrated collection of poetry, collected and edited by Joseph Cundall. With gilt borders and decoration on each page. Includes a frontis and illustrated title page with gilt decoration and tissue guard, and forty-eight engraved in-text illustrations, from drawings by the first artists. Contents include works by Longfellow, Walter Scott, Burns, Gay, Goldsmith, Tennyson, Macaulay, and Wordsworth. Condition: In a decoratice blue cloth binding with gilt detailing. Externally, sound, though rubbed and with some slight bumping to the extremities. Hinges are tender. Internally, binding tender, with pages working loose. Presentation bookplate to front pastedown. Pages are bright, though foxed throughout. Overall: GOOD ONLY..

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        Gesamtans., "Altona vom Thurme der Ottenser Kirche".

      . altkol. Lithographie n. u. v. Val. Ruths, 1860, 39,3 x 57,6. Im Vordergrund der Kirchhof von Ottensen, im Hintergrund Hamburg. Unter der Ansicht sind die wesentlichen Gebäude benannt ( typographisch), u. a. der Bahnhof von Altona. - Restauriert.

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        Panorama des Neckars von Heilbronn bis Heidelberg. Nach der Natur gezeichnet und in Stahl gestochen (Deckeltitel).

      Heilbronn, Drechsler, ca. 1860.. 3. Aufl. 19,5 x 13 cm. 32 S. 1 mehrf. gefalt. Stahlstich-Leporello, (ca. 114 x 18 cm) OHLwd.. Nicht bei "Der Neckar in alten Landkarten". - Text in Deutsch und Französisch. Seltenes Panorama, in dem alle Städte, Ortschaften, Burgen und Schlösser als kleine Vogelschauansichten eingezeichnet sind. - Einband bestoßen, der Rücken etwas lädiert. Der Text leicht fleckig, das Panorama sauber und frisch.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        A Collection of Memorial Cards

      Various. Various: Various c. 100 memorial cards, including three framed and glazed, dated mainly between 1860 and 1910. Designs include several embossed 'pierced lace' designs, through to later printed and chromolithographic cards. Included amongst many others is a remembrance card for Prince Albert (1861), a funeral ticket for the Duchess of Norfolk (1877) and an attractive folding card in its original black bordered envelope (1907). "The memorial card relied for much of its appeal on the austere extravagance of blind embossing. The process produced an uncoloured relief image of some delicacy ... exploited here for its portrayal of sepultural and monumental images. Tombs, funerary urns, angels and mourning figures appeared as though in marble low-relief ... Embossed cards were also available as pierced 'lace' designs, the low-relief effect being enhanced by removal of the background ... In a further elaboration, cards might be mounted on larger 'frame' cards. These were similarly treated with low-relief and lace effect and were designed to be mounted on a black background for glazing and framing ... In the final decades of the 19th century and on into the 20th century the most common form of mourning card was chromolithographed (usually in a range of grey or sepia colours and with a black border) for overprinting by the local printer" (Rickards - The Encyclopedia of Ephemera, page 157). First Edition. Disbound. Very Good. Memorial Card.

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        The Life of Our Lord Saviour Jesus Christ

      Glasgow, London and Edinburgh - William Mackenzie, 1860. Glasgow, London and Edinburgh - William Mackenzie, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. The Life of Christwritten by Rev. John Fleetwood, with a portrait of Christ to frontispiece and a decorative, illustrated title page and with numerous engraved illustrations throughout, includingfull plates. The sources are the four Gospels, each of which give an independent portrait of his life. With numerous explanatory notes not to be found in any other edition. Also, this volume includes the Life of the Apostles and Evangelists. Condition: In a decorative full morocco binding. Externally, sound but with bumping and wear to extremities. With slight loss to head of spine. Front joint starting. With slight loss to joints and to rear board. Hinges failed, boards detached. Internally, generally firmly bound but with some pages loosening and some plates detached. Bright but with the odd spot and marks to pages. Overall: GOOD ONLY.

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        The Conduct of Life

      Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1860. Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1860. First Edition. BAL 5237; first printing; variant a; publisher?s cloth; spine ends chipped; some fraying; a very good copy. In a custom quarter-morocco clamshell box. An exceptional presentation copy; inscribed by the author on the half-title, ?F.B. Sanborn - From the Author. Nov. 7 1860.? Of the copies noted by the Bibliography of American Literature, none was inscribed earlier than mid-December, 1860, and most were presented in January, 1861. As a young man, the New Hampshire born Sanborn sought out the famous Emerson, and while at Harvard became a schoolmaster in Concord, teaching young Emersons, Alcotts, Hawthornes, and others. He was a fervent abolitionist and a key supporter of John Brown (one of ?The Secret Six?), who never lost his devotion to Brown, his family, and their cause. This book was inscribed the day after Lincoln?s election. Sanborn lived to 1917, the last survivor of Concord?s golden age, having enjoyed a successful career as an educator, reformer and literary man.

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        The Mill On The Floss

      Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1860. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1860. First Edition; three volumes; original publisher?s cloth; without the ad leaf in volume one (Carter?s first state); publisher?s catalogue in volume three; endpapers replaced at what appears to be an early date (evidenced by matching foxing on the preliminaries); minor cloth wear; scattered foxing; a very good set.

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        Aussicht vom Falm über die Häuser unten rechts auf Düne und Meer, vorne links die Pension "Stadt London" und verschiedene Besucher.

      . Altkol. Lithographie mit Tonplatte, um 1860, 25 x 38,5 cm.. Im Himmel leicht fleckig, im Rand schwarz kaschiert. Malerische Ansicht mit schönem Altkolorit!

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        Beadle’s Dime Base-Ball Player

      New York: Irwin P. Beadle & Co., 1860. New York: Irwin P. Beadle & Co., 1860. First edition. Original brown cloth over thin board bound-in later tan buckrum, (lacking yellow wrappers). Very Good/NA. A Compendium of the Game, comprising Elementary Instructions of this American Game of Ball; together with the Revised Rules and Regulations for 1860; Rules for the Formation of Clubs; Names of the officers and Delegates to the General Conventions, &c. New York: Irwin P. Beadle & Co. 141 William St., Cor. Fulton, [1860]. Original brown cloth over thin board bound-in later tan buckrum, (lacking yellow wrappers), 40pp. Full page diagram of a Base Ball field and position of the fielders (p.4). Light waterstaining in upper and lower corners and outer margin, old marginal trim to title page, otherwise a beautiful copy.& & THE VERY RARE FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST ANNUAL BASEBALL GUIDE. BY THE FATHER OF BASEBAL, HENRY CHADWICK—HIS PERSONAL COPY.& & SIGNED “HENRY CHADWICK / CLIPPER OFFICE” ON FRONT FLYLEAF. With letter of authenticity, dated October 14, 1925, by John T. Doyle, President, American Sports Publishing Company, publisher of Spalding sport guides, who was a friend and colleague of Chadwick. In 1858 Chadwick became the first baseball editor of a newspaper, which he held at the New York Clipper. Hence, the inscription “Clipper Office” accompanying his signature.& & RULES OF THE GAME WHICH APPEAR IN THIS 1860 GUIDE:& • The ball must be pitched, not jerked or thrown to the bat.& • The striker is out after swinging and missing three balls if the behind catches the third strike on the fly or first bounce.& • If three balls are struck at, and missed, and the last one is not caught, either flying or upon the first bound, it shall be considered fair, and the striker must attempt to make his run.& • The striker is out if a fair ball is struck, and the ball is caught either without having touched the ground, or upon the first bound.& • If an adversary stops a ball with his hat or cap, or takes it from the hands of a party not engaged in the game, no player can be put out unless the ball shall first have settled in the hands of the pitcher.& & • Clubs may adopt such rules respecting balls knocked beyond or outside of bounds of the field, as circumstances of the ground may demand; and these rules shall govern all matches played upon the ground, provided that they are distinctly made known to every player and umpire, previous to the commencement of the game.& • The player is out if the ball is in the hands of a base tender before the runner steps on the base.& • If two ballists are already out, no player running home at the time the ball is struck can make ace if the striker is put out.& • The hurler must deliver the ball as near as possible over the center of home for the striker.& • Foul balls do not count as strikes.& • Any ball first touching the ground or touched by a player within the base lines is fair, even if it goes foul thereafter.& • An ace shall be tallied when a base runner steps on the home base.& • No person engaged in a match, either as umpire, scorer or player shall be, either directly or indirectly, interested in any bet upon the game.& & HISTORY OF BEADLE’S GUIDES: Beadle’s is the earliest set of baseball guides, published annually from 1860 to 1881. Chadwick was its editor. It ceased publication in 1881 when Chadwick became the editor of the Spalding Guide. The annual circulation was said to number 50,000 copies! The 1860 Beadle guide literally transformed baseball into a spectator sport as it was the first guide book published for and available to the general public (preceded only by an 1859 baseball player’s pocket companion for the players) and virtually launched the Baseball Press. & & WHO WAS HENRY CHADWICK: An avid promoter of Baseball throughout his life, Henry Chadwick (1824–1908) became the game's chief journalistic voice and its moral conscience during the game's early years. He coined the phrase “in the best interests of baseball” as he attacked drinking among players, gambling, and the “throwing” of games (He actually even opposed playing games on Sunday!). Chadwick arrived in America in 1837 and clearly saw baseball as an evolution of the “rounders” game in his native England. He made baseball the American pastime, authoring the sport’s first rule book, devising batting averages and inventing box scores, earned run averages, and the scoring system in use to this very day. Chadwick was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1938.& & RARITY OF OUR EDITION:& For the baseball world this very copy of this book is equivalent to Gutenberg’s personal copy of his first printed Bible, or Thomas Jefferson’s personal copy of the first printed copy of the Declaration of Independence. For the baseball world this very copy of this book is represents a unique opportunity for the astute and adventuresome collector to come closest to the true first fan of the game, who, more than anyone else can be credited with transforming baseball into the cultural and historic phenomena it has become as America’s National pastime. There are only 3 other known copies of this book; this is the ONLY copy that is signed.&

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        The Mill on the Floss [3 volumes]

      William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London 1860 - 1st impression in publisher's original orange/brown cloth with decorated blind stamped boards and gilt titles and decorative motifs to spine - all still very good with some very limited professional repairs to a couple of spine ends and with a few marks/blemishes and soiling generally. The bindings are tight, sound and square. Internally original cream endpapers with gutters reinforced [pastedowns of volumes 1 and 11 have evidence of owner's bookplate removal and in the case of volume 1 some pastedown surface loss in a couple of small areas]. Internally ownership signature very neatly to ffep of volume 3 which has 17 pages of publisher's ads at rear. All half titles present, A couple of pages have short closed tears and there is occasional, light foxing. A nice copy/set. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Silentium. Radierung.

      1860.. Guerin 4 II (von II). In der Platte monogrammiert und betitelt Kräftiger Druck in Braun mit Plattenton, teils mit sichtbarer Facette. Druck des letzten Zustands des 1860 entstandenen Motivs auf vollrandigem gelblichem Bütten (mit Wasserzeichen "Bekröntes Lilienwappen"). 20,8 x 16 cm (Darstellung) 45 x 32,3 cm (Blattgröße).. Recto unten links mit rotem Sammlerstempel "WWW im Kreis". - Insgesamt minimal gebräunt.

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        Beadle’s Dime Base-Ball Player

      New York: Irwin P. Beadle & Co., 1860 New York: Irwin P. Beadle & Co., 1860. First edition. Original brown cloth over thin board bound-in later tan buckrum, (lacking yellow wrappers). Very Good/NA. A Compendium of the Game, comprising Elementary Instructions of this American Game of Ball; together with the Revised Rules and Regulations for 1860; Rules for the Formation of Clubs; Names of the officers and Delegates to the General Conventions, &c. New York: Irwin P. Beadle & Co. 141 William St., Cor. Fulton, [1860]. Original brown cloth over thin board bound-in later tan buckrum, (lacking yellow wrappers), 40pp. Full page diagram of a Base Ball field and position of the fielders (p.4). Light waterstaining in upper and lower corners and outer margin, old marginal trim to title page, otherwise a beautiful copy. THE VERY RARE FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST ANNUAL BASEBALL GUIDE. BY THE FATHER OF BASEBAL, HENRY CHADWICK—HIS PERSONAL COPY. SIGNED “HENRY CHADWICK / CLIPPER OFFICE” ON FRONT FLYLEAF. With letter of authenticity, dated October 14, 1925, by John T. Doyle, President, American Sports Publishing Company, publisher of Spalding sport guides, who was a friend and colleague of Chadwick. In 1858 Chadwick became the first baseball editor of a newspaper, which he held at the New York Clipper. Hence, the inscription “Clipper Office” accompanying his signature. RULES OF THE GAME WHICH APPEAR IN THIS 1860 GUIDE: • The ball must be pitched, not jerked or thrown to the bat. • The striker is out after swinging and missing three balls if the behind catches the third strike on the fly or first bounce. • If three balls are struck at, and missed, and the last one is not caught, either flying or upon the first bound, it shall be considered fair, and the striker must attempt to make his run. • The striker is out if a fair ball is struck, and the ball is caught either without having touched the ground, or upon the first bound. • If an adversary stops a ball with his hat or cap, or takes it from the hands of a party not engaged in the game, no player can be put out unless the ball shall first have settled in the hands of the pitcher. • Clubs may adopt such rules respecting balls knocked beyond or outside of bounds of the field, as circumstances of the ground may demand; and these rules shall govern all matches played upon the ground, provided that they are distinctly made known to every player and umpire, previous to the commencement of the game. • The player is out if the ball is in the hands of a base tender before the runner steps on the base. • If two ballists are already out, no player running home at the time the ball is struck can make ace if the striker is put out. • The hurler must deliver the ball as near as possible over the center of home for the striker. • Foul balls do not count as strikes. • Any ball first touching the ground or touched by a player within the base lines is fair, even if it goes foul thereafter. • An ace shall be tallied when a base runner steps on the home base. • No person engaged in a match, either as umpire, scorer or player shall be, either directly or indirectly, interested in any bet upon the game. HISTORY OF BEADLE’S GUIDES: Beadle’s is the earliest set of baseball guides, published annually from 1860 to 1881. Chadwick was its editor. It ceased publication in 1881 when Chadwick became the editor of the Spalding Guide. The annual circulation was said to number 50,000 copies! The 1860 Beadle guide literally transformed baseball into a spectator sport as it was the first guide book published for and available to the general public (preceded only by an 1859 baseball player’s pocket companion for the players) and virtually launched the Baseball Press. WHO WAS HENRY CHADWICK: An avid promoter of Baseball throughout his life, Henry Chadwick (1824–1908) became the game's chief journalistic voice and its moral conscience during the game's early years. He coined the phrase “in the best interests of baseball” as he attacked drinking among players, gambling, and the “throwing” of games (He actually even opposed playing games on Sunday!). Chadwick arrived in America in 1837 and clearly saw baseball as an evolution of the “rounders” game in his native England. He made baseball the American pastime, authoring the sport’s first rule book, devising batting averages and inventing box scores, earned run averages, and the scoring system in use to this very day. Chadwick was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1938. RARITY OF OUR EDITION: For the baseball world this very copy of this book is equivalent to Gutenberg’s personal copy of his first printed Bible, or Thomas Jefferson’s personal copy of the first printed copy of the Declaration of Independence. For the baseball world this very copy of this book is represents a unique opportunity for the astute and adventuresome collector to come closest to the true first fan of the game, who, more than anyone else can be credited with transforming baseball into the cultural and historic phenomena it has become as America’s National pastime. There are only 3 other known copies of this book; this is the ONLY copy that is signed.

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        Joe Miller's Jests:

      London - John Camden Hotten and Henry John Bellars, 1860. London - John Camden Hotten and Henry John Bellars, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A humourous book of 247 ancient and contemporary witticisms compiled by John Mottley. This is a facsimile reproduction of the 1734 edition, printed around 1860, with a double acrostic poem tipped-in to front free endpaper. John Mottley (16921750) was an English writer, known as a dramatist, biographer, and compiler of jokes. Condition: In a quarter long-grain morocco binding with marbled boards. Externally, rather rubbed with wear and bumping to extremities. Slight straining to front hinge. Internally, firmly bound. Generally bright and clean though with slight spotting to first and last pages. Some pages unevenly cut. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        Lalla Rookh: An Oriental Romance

      London - Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1860. London - Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. AnOriental romance consisting of four narrative poems with a connecting tale in prose. With a bookbinder's stamp for Edmonds and Remnants to the front pastedown. Featuring a number of engravings by Edmund Evans, from original drawings by G. H. Thomas, F. R. Pickersgill, Birket Foster, E. H. Corbould and others. There is an ink inscription to the front free-endpaper reading: 'A New Year's Gift for Katrina Simeon from her brother Chas. Elington McKay. 1862. Inver Rectory'. Condition: In an ornatefull morocco binding, with lustrous gilt edges. Externally, rubbed to extremities, with front joint cracked. Internally, generally firmly bound, although strained between pages 24 and 25, with preceding pages working slightly loose. Light foxing throughout, with marginal tidemarks prominent to upper margins, not affecting text. Overall: GOOD ONLY..

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        Original-Ölgemälde: "Flußlandschaft"

      Um 1860.. Original-Ölgemälde "Flußlandschaft". Öl auf Platte, Format: 24,5 x 33,5 cm (Rahmenmaß: 37 x 46 cm). Signiert. Nicht datiert (um 1860). Das Bild zeigt ein typisches Goose-Motiv, eine bewaldete Flußlandschaft. Eleganter, stilistisch passender Goldrahmen (wohl Original-Rahmen). William Henry Goose (1816 - 1885), britischer Landschaftsmaler. Seine bevorzugten Motive waren die Wald- und Flußlandschaften sowie Szenen des traditionellen Landlebens seiner britischen Heimat. Goose fertigte vorwiegend Aquarelle; nur wenige Ölgemälde von ihm - zumeist kleinformatige Arbeiten - sind erhalten. Goose ist in allen bekannten Künstler- und Werkverzeichnissen vertreten. Seine Werke werden vor allem in britischen Auktionshäusern gehandelt.. Das Gemälde in sehr gutem Zustand. Der Rahmen mit zwei kleinen Fehlstellen an der unteren Außenleiste, sonst gut erhalten. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats.

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        Gesetze, Verordnungen, Ausschreiben und Bekanntmachungen für den Bezirk des Königlichen Conststoriums zu Aurich

      . Welche in Kirchen- und Schulsachen ergangen sind. 5 Bände. Seyde,Aurich, 1860-1893. zus. ca. 2600 S., Hln. u. Hldr. der Zeit. (1 Rücken fehlt/gering bst. u. berieben.).

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        Gesamtansicht aus halber Vogelschau ('Vue Generale De Lyon Vue prise au dessus de la Place de Brosses, a la Guillotiere.').

      . getönte Lithographie v. Charles Fichot n. Chapuy gedr. b. Becquet in Paris b. Ledot in Paris, um 1860, 45,5 x 61,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request).

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        RECUEIL DES MONUMENTS LES PLUS INTERESSANTS DU MUSEE NATIONAL DE NAPLES PUBLIES PAR LE PROF. FRANCOIS GARGIULO [Collection of the most remarkable monuments of the National Museum.]

      Naples, n.d. but c. 1860 - 240 fine line-engravings, index in French and English. 4 parts bound in one. Binding rather rubbed and worn but a fine series of classical plates. Part one is Marbles; part two Bronzes; part three Engraved Stones, Objects in Gold and Silver, Mural Paintings and Mosaics; part four Pictures, Terra Cotta, Sculptures and Painted Italo-Greek Vases. ART REFERENCE SCULPTURE ART REFERENCE

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        "Plain or Ringlets?" [Original Issue in Parts]

      London: Bradbury and Evans, 1860. London: Bradbury and Evans, 1860. First edition, in the original parts. 13 parts in 12 vols., 8vo. With 13 hand-colored etched plates and numerous wood-engraved text illustrations after John Leech. Original printed wrappers, three parts expertly rebacked, overall a fine set, without the inserted ads. Cloth folding case with the armorial bookplate of Lord Nathan of Churt. Schwerdt II, 238

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        The Gardener's Weekly Magazine and Floricultural Cabinet

      ONT>, 1860. ONT>, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. The Gardener's Weekly Magazine and Floricultural Cabinet conducted by Messrs. Harrison. Illustrated with numerous illustrations integrated with text. A gardening periodical, this volume encompasses January to June 1860. Bookseller's label to front pastedown. Condition: In a cloth binding. Externally, generally smart but with slight wear to extremities, rubbing and marks to boards. Internally, generally firmly bound. Bright and generally clean throughout but with occasional spotting and very slight foxing. Overall: GOOD.

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        Ovingdean GrangeA Tale of the South Downs

      London - Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, Farringdon Street, 1860. London - Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, Farringdon Street, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. An adventure, and historicalnovel, from William Harrison Ainsworth. First edition. Featuring several plates, illustrated by Hablot K. Browne. William Harrison Ainsworth was an English historical novelist born in Manchester. His first success as a writer came with Rookwood in 1834, which features Dick Turpin as its leading character. In 1839 he published another novel featuring a highwayman, Jack Sheppard. From 1840 to 1842 he edited Bentley's Miscellany, from 1842 to 1853, Ainsworth's Magazine and subsequently The New Monthly Magazine. Bound by W. Bone and Son. Condition: In an embellished cloth binding, with gilt design to the spine. Externally, lightly rubbed, with minor bumping, and sunning to the spine. Spine is slightly cocked. Internally, firmly bound, bright, and generally clean aside from the odd spot and handling mark. Overall: GOOD..

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        The Illustrated Story Book, Translated from the Gedrman by Madame de Chateain

      F. Fechner n.d., ca. 1860, Guben (Prussia) - Thin oblong 4to. Gray paper over boards with a decorative paste-on printed in black, red, yello , green and blue. 23pp. Several short children's stories, each with a large handcolored illustration. Rear board and spine appear later than the front over; woodcut bookplate of Marjorie Moonon the front paste down. Traces of soil and age spotting, some creasing to the upper board, else a very good copy and quite scarce: only one institutional copy located. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Storie segrete delle famiglie reali e misteri della vita intima dei Borboni di Francia, di Spagna, di Parma, di Napoli

      Genova, a spese degli editori 1860 - LA CECILIA Giovanni. Storie segrete delle famiglie reali e misteri della vita intima dei Borboni di Francia, di Spagna, di Parma, di Napoli e della famiglia Asburgo Lorena d’Austria e di Toscana. Opera corredata di 50 stampe litografiche colorite. Genova, a spese degli editori, 1860. 4 volumi in 4to; pp.1055; 1076,4n.nn.; 1088; 858, 8n.nn. Foro al margine inferiore delle prime 28 pagine del volume terzo senza perdita di testo. 50 tavole, litografie con coloritura coeva. Brunit. Mezza pelle coeva, titolo e fregi in oro ai dorsi. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: CASELLA STUDIO BIBLIOGRAFICO ALAI-ILAB]
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        The Extra Christmas Number of All the Year Round

      67 - London - Chapman and Hall, 1860. 67 - London - Chapman and Hall, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A collection of works from the victorian periodical The Extra Christmas Number of All Year Round, conducted by Charles Dickens. Containing A Message from the sea, from1860; Tom Fiddlers Ground, from1861; Somebody's Luggage, from 1862; Mrs Irripers Lodgings, from 1863; Mrs Larripers Legacy, from 1864; Dr. Marigold Prescriptions, from 1865; Mugby Junction, from 1866; No Thoroughfare, from 1867 by both Dickens and Wilkie Collins. Condition: In a cloth binding. Externally, lightly rubbed, with slight fading to the spine. Front hinge is slightly strained. Internally, firmly bound with instances of light foxing. Ink signature to the front free endpaper. Overall: GOOD..

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