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        The Pianoforte, Its Origin, Progress, and Construction. With Some Account of Instruments of the Same Class, Which Preceded it; Viz the Clavichord, the Virginal, the Spinet the Harpsichord Etc

      London: Robert Cocks and Co., 1860 A scarce book. xv + 420pp. Col. frontis.(slight offsetting) Woodcuts. Diagrs. Bound in red cloth with blind stamped design and rules on covers and spine. Gilt lettering on spine and front cover. Rebacked. Covers rubbed at edges and corners scuffed with loss. Some minor foxing and marking. Bookseller's stamp at bottom of title page. New endpapers. Includes Specimens of Music Composed for Keyed-stringed Instruments. . Hard Cover. Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

      [Bookseller: Eric T.Moore Books]
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        The Works of Thomas Hood, Later Edition, Three Volume Set

      Derby & Jackson, 1860. Later. Hardcover Hardcover. Good. Hood, Thomas; edited by Epes Sargent. The Works of Thomas Hood, Later Edition, Three Volume Set. Derby & Jackson, 1860. Leather spine and tips over marbled boards. Marble page edges. Moderate scuffing and edge wear. Good condition set.

      [Bookseller: Yeomans in the Fork]
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        Divided Double Fore Edge Painting Poems by Thomas Hood

      Edward Moxon & Co, 1860. Hardcover. Very Good. Edward Moxon & Co, London 1860. Twelfth Edition. Morocco leather bound with gold gilt lettering at the spine. All edges gilt. Divided Double Fore Edge Painting. Two Scenes painted at the fore edge of the pages. The painting is not visible when the book is closed. The pages of the book must be fanned to view both paintings. Scarce. Book Condition: Very Good+, clean morocco leather boards and spine, book is tight and square, clean endpaper and pages, tight spine, shelf wear at the edges, rubbed corners, previous owner's elegant inscription from 1860 at the front endpaper, clean pages.

      [Bookseller: 1st Editions and Antiquarian Books, ABA,]
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        Panorama vom Schwarzen Grat bei Isny. Panorama von J. A. Weissenbach

      Biberach, Hermann Volz um 1860. 51 x 40 cm. Lithographie mit Tonplatte. In 12 Segmenten auf Leinen gezogen, marmorierte Festeinband, Halbleineneinband-Mappe der Zeit - Thieme / Becker 34, 538 (Volz) - Prächtiges Ring-Panorama mit Einzeichnung aller Berge und Orte, in den Ecken Ansichten von Isny, Neu-Trauchburg, Bolsterlang und Nellenbrück. Innerhalb des Ringes lithogr. Verzeichnis aller sichtbaren Orte. Zur lithographischen Druckwerkstatt des Biberacher Malers Hermann Volz siehe Thieme / Becker. -

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        Reports of Explorations and Surveys, to Ascertain the Most Practicable and Economical Route for A Railroad From the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. 1853-5. Volume XII. Book I

      Washington, CT., 1860. .Thomas H. Ford, Printer. ...NARRATIVE AND FINAL REPORT OF EXPLORATIONS FOR A ROUTE FOR A PACIFIC RAILROAD, NEAR THE FORTY-SEVENTH PARALLELS OF NORTH LATITUDE, FROM ST. PAUL TO PUGET SOUND. 1855...358pp. with Appendices A and B and index, 41pp...3 LARGE FOLD-OUT MAPS...70 COLORED LITHOGRAPHS(1 FOLD-OUT) ALL CLEAN AND BRIGHT...REBACKED IN LEATHER...ORIGINAL MARBLED BOARDS.. Hard Cover. Very Good. 4to.

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

      London: Cassell, Petter and Galpin, n.d. [c.1860]. First Edition. Hardcover. Some plates with light marginal foxing or staining, most very clean and all bright. Very Good. 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.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Set of three Sermons Given on South Carolina’s Day of Fasting, Humiliation, and Prayer, 21 November 1860

      Charleston, SC: A.E. Miller and Evans & Cogswell, 1860. Following Election Day of 1860, when it became apparent that Abraham Lincoln would become the next President of the United States, the Governor of South Carolina, William H. Gist, followed the request of the state legislature and proclaimed November 21st an official "day of Fasting, Humiliation, and Prayer, . . . inviting the clergy and people of all denominations . . . to assemble at their respective places of worship to implore the direction and blessing of Almighty God in this our hour of difficulty, and to give us one heart and one mind to oppose, by all just and proper means, every encroachment upon our rights." These three sermons were preached in Charleston churches on the appointed day: "Fasting Humiliation and Prayer" at the Central Presbyterian Church by the Rev. W. C. Dana, 12 pages, not listed in Sabin; "The Sin and the Curse; or, The Union, the True Source of Disunion, and our Duty in the Present Crisis" at the Second Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Thomas Smyth, 24 pages, Sabin 85324; and "Are These His Doings?" at St. Michael's Church by the Rev. James H. Elliott, 11 pages, not listed in Sabin. From the estate of a descendant of Thomas Young Simons, a signer of the South Carolina Ordinance of Secession. All three with some foxing, the heaviest to Smyth's sermon; previously bound.. First Edition. Pamphlet. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

      [Bookseller: Read'Em Again Books]
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        The State of New York from New and Original Surveys under the direction of J.H. French

      Syracuse: Robert Pearsall Smith, 1860. Hand-coloured lithographic wall map, backed with modern linen, full period color, trimmed in red cloth, on contemporary rollers. Two inset maps: "Geological and Land Patent Map of the State of New York" and "Meterological Map of the State of New York." Twelve inset city plans: Buffalo, Troy, Utica, Syracuse, Albany, Oswego, Schenectady, Hudson, Auburn, Poughkeepsie, Rochester, New York City. Twelve pictorial vignettes of New York State towns and scenery, and a decorative border of scrolling vines. In good condition except for occasional expert repairs and old repair evident along right edge. 67 x 73 3/4 inches. The second edition of the best map of any American state published to its time. Ristow devoted an entire chapter to the construction of this map, and pronounced it of a "higher quality than the maps of other states published prior to the Civil War." 'American Maps and Mapmakers', pp. 355-378. Beginning in 1853, Robert Pearsall Smith contracted with a number of local surveyors to construct maps of New York counties. In 1855 he engaged John Homer French to compile a state map from the various county maps. Although the individual county maps were not all of uniform quality, they were far more consistent and comprehensive than the local surveys conducted for any other American state. French's general map of The State of New York, first published in 1859, supplanted Burr's Atlas of the State of New York (1829), as the definitive reference for the topography of the state. It remained so until two decades later, when the U.S. Geological Survey began published maps based on original triangulation. This second edition was published in 1860. Despite the quality of the map, the number of copies sold was insufficient to offset costs, and in 1865 Smith sold his publication rights to H. H. Lloyd, who brought out new editions. Cf. BMC Printed Maps X, col. 558; Journal of the American Geographical and Statistical Society 2 (1860), p. 135; Phillips, America, p. 513; Ristow, American Maps & Mapmakers, pp.355- 78; not in Rumsey.

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        The Book Of Historical Costumes, Drawn From The Best Specimens And The Most Authentic Documents of Each Period

      London: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, ca 1860. First edition. leather_bound. Modern crushed ruby morocco. Aeg. Fine/No Dust Jacket. 8 pages in text. 30.5 x 23.5. Ninety-six hand-colored lithographs printed recto only after the Pauquet Brothers -- starting with the year 403 [Saint Clotilda, Wife of Clovis I) through 1864 [Paris Fashions, The Empire]. Plates are exquisitely clean, housed in a modern, elegant binding -- raised bands, spine panels richly gilt in fleur-de-lis motifs, cover border in blind with gilt motifs at the four corners. COLAS 691.

      [Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc.]
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        History of Governments; Showing The Progress of Civil Society and the Structure of Ancient and Modern States: Adapted to Popular Reading and for the Use of Schools

      Robert M. De Witt, Publisher, New York 1860 - Some rubbing & fraying to spine edges. Bent corners with some fraying. First Edition per BAL 4884. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gatherings of a Naturalist in Australasia

      London,: John Van Voorst, 1860.. Octavo, with eight handcoloured lithograph plates by George French Angas; a very good copy in green half morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. First edition: a handsome copy of this popular book by a well-travelled naturalist.A practical and well-illustrated guide to the productions of Australia and an active attempt to protect certain Australian species such as the Echidna, the Emu and the Notornis. The illustrations are from the originals by G.F. Angas, Thomas Baines and Joseph Wolf, three of the foremost artists of the period.Dr George Bennett first visited New South Wales in 1829 and settled in Sydney in 1836. As with many medically trained men from previous centuries, Bennett was an ardent natural scientist, and became involved with the Australian Museum and Acclimatisation Society. He was also the Sydney agent for British ornithologist John Gould. This is a wonderful book, with commentary on life and natural history in colonial Australia. From the collection of Robert Edwards.Abbey, 'Travel', 564; Ferguson, 6929; Mengel, 228; Whittell, p.49; Wood, p.231.

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        THE WORLD IN HEMISPHERES WITH COMPARATIVE VIEWS OF THE HEIGHTS OF THE PRINCIPAL MOUNTAINS AND BASINS OF THE PRINCIPAL RIVERS ON THE GLOBE

      The Royal Illustrated Atlas of Modern Geography.. A Fullarton & Co., 1860.. Steel engraving. Original colour. In good condition. Size: 53 x 43 cm. (21 x 17 inches). A very attractive double hemisphere world map. Insets above showing the flowing river basins: Amazon & Tocantins; La Plata; Gt. Lakes & St. Lawrence; Rhine, Danube & Dnieper: Volga & Ural; Indus, Ganges & Irawady; Mississippi & Missouri; Yenesei. There are mountains depicted below, showing their comparative heights and bands of vegetation.

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        Actinologia Britannica. A History of the British Sea-Anemones and Corals with Coloured Figures of the Species and Principal Varieties. SPLENDID COPY

      Van Voorst, 1860 1860 8vo., First Edition, with a coloured frontispiece, 10 other fine coloured lithographed plates, one plate in monochrome and numerous engraved illustrations in the text, neat early-twentieth century signature and (sadly) one partially erased signature on front free endpaper; original decorative dark green cloth blocked in gilt and black, decorative back gilt, a bright, clean, near fine copy with virtually no trace of the usual foxing and offsetting. Complete with the half-title (lightly browned) and the erratum slip to Part III (often missing) correctly bound at B1. The 'Actinologia' is widely recognised as Gosse's masterpiece - the finest of all his writings on natural history and (unlike 'Omphalos' and others) untainted by religious fervour. Its exquisite illustrations, painstakingly prepared (often by candlelight) with meticulous accuracy, are astonishingly detailed and considerable credit is due to the engraver Dickes who worked the originals for press. A moving account of the labour expended on this work is given by the author's son Edmund in his classic autobiography 'Father and Son' (1907). The younger Gosse also provides a vivid account of his father's spiritual agony in attempting to reconcile his scientific reason with his faith as a member of the fundamentalist Plymouth Brethren. Tragically, Gosse the elder was unable to accept the revelations of Darwin, Huxley and others, and his previously respected standing was rapidly eroded. The work, which illustrates every known British species, remains the standard authority on the subject, and must stand also as a tribute to a substantial talent lost in the scientific upheavals of the Darwinian age. Freeman & Wertheimer 108; Freeman 1390.

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        Société d'Anthropologie de Paris: Bulletin et Mémoires

      Series I-XIII, XIV vols. 1-5 and Nouvelle serie vols. 1-3 (1860-1991). including general indexes. Paris 1860-1988. Mostly in original wrappers (several repaired), and some volumes bound.* Rare almost complete set of the most important and oldest anthropological journal in French dealing mainly with Africa, Far East (Indochine). This ia all published in XIV Series and continued as: Nouvelle Serie of which we have volumes 1-3 (1989-1991). 3 issues and 1 volume in reproduction. Some separate series available, please inquire.(Postage on this item might be more than indicated, please inquire)

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        Cöln." Blick auf die Stadt von einem erhöhten Standpunkt am Deutzer Ufer aus, im Vordergrund der Rhein mit Eisenbahnbrücke und Schiffsbrücke

      Stahlstich von Payne nach Carse um 1860. 24x36 cm. - Schäfke 25 - In Bordüre mit Wappen und Eckfleurons.

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        To the Secretary and Members of the Royal Cork Yacht Club This Print of the Cutter Yacht Cygnet (W. Smith Esqre.) is respectfully dedicated

      London & Plymouth: Edmund Fry & Son, Edmund Fry Junr., [circa 1860]. Lithograph, coloured by hand, by Brierly, printed by Day & Haghe. 15 x 21 7/8 inches. A lively view of the Irish cutter yacht Cygnet, lithographed by Brierly himself. The Royal Cork Yacht Club, founded in 1720, is the oldest yacht club in the world, and gained royal patronage in 1831 from William IV. Their regattas started in 1828 and were held with great success throughout the 19th century (in 1894 the Prince of Wales won his class in his yacht `Britannia). The present view shows a club member's vessel in a stiff breeze with the club burgee flying from the mast top. Sir Oswald Brierly, after an adventurous early life when he emigrated to New South Wales and took part in a number of exploring expeditions, returned to Britain in 1851. He recorded the French and English fleets' operations in the Baltic during the war with Russia, and developed a close artistic association with the British Royal family. Upon the death of Schetky in 1874 he was appointed marine painter to Queen Victoria, and at the same time was made marine painter to the Royal Yacht Squadron. He was eventually knighted in 1885.

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        To Alexander Grant Esqre. of Carnousie This Portrait of the Clipper Schooner, Hellas, is respectfully dedicated by O.W. Brierly (Mr. A.A. Scanlon, Commander)

      London & Plymouth: Edmund Fry & Son, Edmund Fry Junr., [circa 1860]. Tinted lithograph, coloured by hand, by Louis Haghe after Brierly, printed by Day & Haghe. 10 3/4 x 14 inches. 15 x 22 3/8 inches. A fine ship portrait of the clipper schooner Hellas in lively weather, by one of the most successful marine painters of the latter part of the 19th century. Sir Oswald Brierly, after an adventurous early life when he emigrated to New South Wales and took part in a number of exploring expeditions, returned to Britain in 1851. He recorded the French and English fleets' operations in the Baltic during the war with Russia, and developed a close artistic association with the British Royal family. Upon the death of Schetky in 1874 he was appointed marine painter to Queen Victoria, and at the same time was made marine painter to the Royal Yacht Squadron. He was eventually knighted in 1885.

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        FOUR 1860';s PAMPHLETS: MANUEL ELEMENTAIRE DE LA FABRICATION DU SUCRE, DU VIN DE LA BIERE DU CIDRE ET DE L';ALCOOL; MANUEL ILLUSTRE DE LA CULTURE, DE LA TAILLE ET DE LA GREFFE DES ARBRES FRUITIERS PAR BUTRET, THOUIN, ETC.; MANUEL DU SECRETAIRE FRANCAIS MODELES DE LETTRES, PETITIONS, FORMULES D';ACTES SOUS SEING PRIVE...ETC.; & LA TERRA

      Paris; Milan: Passard, Libraire-Editeur; Bernard Bechet, Libraire; E. Treves et C., 8217. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. Three French pamphlets, and one Italian pamphlet from the 1860';s bound together. They are: (1)MANUEL ILLUSTRE DES ARBRES FRUITIERS hasa 14 engraved plates, illustrating various cuts and styles of espallier (one copy of thie edition located in OCLC); bound with (2) MANUEL DU SECRETAIRE FRANCAIS demonstrates the correct form for all manner of correspondence--3 copies located in OCLC; bound with (3) MANUEL ELEMENTAIRE DE LA FABRICATION DU SUCRE, DU VIN DE LA BIERE, DU CIDRE ET DE L';ALCOOL, by Jules Rossignon, which is quite an interesting manual on the distillation of various spirits and the production of wine and beer; it is illustrated with several folding plates and in text illustrations, and is quite scarce, with no copies located in OCLC; bound with (4) LA TERRA, printed in Milan and penned by astronomer Curzio Buzzetti. Original boards rebound in plain blue cloth. Very Good binding.

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        Chapman's New Zealand Almanac, for Leap-Year 1860. First Year of Publication

      Auckland: Geo. T. Chapman. Fair with no dust jacket. 1860. First Edition. Softcover. Binding loose, with all gatherings separated and loose. Original side-stitching holes visible at inner margins of leaves. Lacking the paper spine. Water damage and chips to lower corner of front wrapper and preliminary two blank leaves. Moderate dampstains to lower corner of title leaf.; Very scarce. The first New Zealand almanac. The first year of issue. The publisher's first publication. iv, xlix, (50)-181, [1], viii, 127, [1], pages + 47 pages advertisements. Printed paper wrappers. Page dimensions: 183 x 118mm. Chapman (1824-1881) was born in Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland. He became a stationer and bookseller soon after arriving in Auckland in 1855. He also began a library, "Chapman's Circulating Library" which he claimed to be the oldest and the largest in New Zealand. Chapman published over 100 titles such as traveller's guide books, gardening guide books, law books, etc. [Reference: entry on Chapman by Gerard Reid in DNZB, Volume Two - "George Chapman's books imparted a great deal of useful information to mariners, gardiners, farmers and tourists. He had a vast and acquisitive intellect, was said to be well read in the early history of New Zealand, and was considered to have one of the most valuable libraries in the country."] The almanac includes a "Scribbling Diary" section with blank spaces for recording diary entries. It also has information on the times of the sun and moon's rising and setting; high water at Auckland; Coasting Directory, Coloured Signals for Auckland; Topography of the Auckland Province; Table of Distances for Travellers in New Zealand; Instructions for the Management of Sheep, and for the Management of Bees in New Zealand; Auckland Trade Directory; Ground Plan of the Principal Streets; Garden Calendars; Laws of the Auckland Provincial Council; Official Directory of the General Government; Sketch of the Rise, Progress, and Present State of New Zealand, and of the eight Provinces etc. At the rear of the almanac are 47 pages of advertisements, mostly for Auckland businesses. The advertisements are for banks, merchants, estate agents, ship builders, ship chandler stores, importers etc. Business advertising from outside Auckland include John Mollison, an Auctioneer & General Merchant in Princes Street, Dunedin. ; 12mo .

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        On the Dynamical Theory of Gases.London: Taylor & Francis, 1867.

      First edition, in original wrappers, of one of Maxwell's seminal papers: the most developed and complete exploration of his theory of gases.<br/><br/> "Ever since his brilliant but flawed paper of 1860 on gas theory, James had been mulling over new ideas on the topic. In 1866 he brought them to fruition in a paper, <i>On the Dynamical Theory of Gases</i>. His earlier paper had given the world its first statistical law of physics-the Maxwell distribution of molecular velocities-and had predicted that the viscosity of a gas was independent of its pressure," but significant problems remained. Although Maxwell's earlier theory of gases predicted that the viscosity of a gas varied with the square root of absolute temperature, his own experimental evidence contradicted his theory. "The fault seemed to lie in James' original assumption that when molecules collided they behaved like billiard balls, in other words that they were perfectly elastic spheres. He now tried the alternative assumption that they did not actually come into contact at all but repelled one another with a force that varied inversely with the nth power of the separation distance... Some fiendishly complicated mathematics followed... [but] he found two ways to simplify the calculations. <br/><br/> "One was to introduce the notion of <i>relaxation time</i>, the time a system takes to return to a state of equilibrium after being disturbed. This is a concept now routinely used throughout physics and engineering... Like so many of Maxwell's innovations, it has become so familiar that one wonders why nobody had thought of it before." The other simplification concerned varying the value of <i>n</i> until he reached simpler relationships that corresponded to experimental results. "Even with the simplifications, the mathematical obstacles were as formidable as those James had faced when tackling Saturn's rings. He overcame them with such mastery that some scholars consider this the most inspiring of all his works. The young Ludwig Boltzmann, already working on his own first great paper, was entranced." Ultimately, Maxwell "was able to work out formulae not only for viscosity but for diffusion, heat conduction and other properties, which agreed with known experimental results. It was a seminal paper. He had not only corrected and extended his earlier work but had greatly strengthened the theory that gases (and, by extension, all forms of matter) were composed of molecules. Most of all, he had set the theory on a firm base, on which he, Boltzmann and others could build." (Basil Mahon, <i>The Man who Changed Everything: The Life of James Clerk Maxwell</i>).<br/><br/> Following Maxwell's paper is the fifth installment of Faraday's famous <i>Experimental Researches in Magnetism and Electricity</i>.. Large 4to (301 x 230 mm), pp. 49-88 in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Vol. 157, part 1, entire issue offered here: uncut and unopned in original light green printed wrappers, light wear to top of psine, otherwise very fine, custom folding case. Rare in this condition. Faraday's paper is pp. 89-107

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        Ornithology: Birds of Great Britain and Ireland in Four Parts Complete [The Naturalist&#39;s Library Series] 4 Volumes

      Published by Henry G. Bohn, York Street, Covent Garden, London not dated circa 1860. London circa 1860. Uniform matching hard back binding in publisher&#39;s original brick red cloth covers, gilt title, author lettering and volume numbering to the spines, small gilt vignette to the upper panels, top edges gilt. 8vo. 7&#39;&#39; x 5&#39;&#39;. The tissue guarded colour plate collation is as follows: Volume I has 34 colour plates plus monochrome frontispiece and monochrome vignette; Volume II has 29 colour plates including colour vignette plus monochrome frontispiece; Volume III has 35 colour plates including colour vignette plus monochrome frontispiece; Volume IV has 32 colour plates including colour vignette plus monochrome frontispiece. This makes 130 colour plates in total [some of which are eggs] however, this arrangement over the four volumes does not exactly match those plates as listed with plate 18 of volume IV missing. We have seen various sets over the years with anything from 128 up to 132 colour plates. Fraying of the cloth across the tops of the spines, volume I has had a repair to the front hinge at some point in time leaving a ragged edge to the front gutter, without any foxing or toning to the paper or the plates. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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        Denkmäler der Kunst zur Uebersicht ihres Entwicklungsganges von den ersten künstlerischen Versuchen bis zu den Standpunkten der Gegenwart. Denkmäler der Architektur. Denkmäler der Sculptur. Denkmäler der Malerei

      Stgt., Ebner & Seubert 1860.. 3 Bde. qu.-2°. VI, 52 S. erläuternder Text u. 57 (dav. 2 chromolith.)Taf.; VI, 39 Texts., 36 Taf.; VI, 55 Texts., 63 Taf. in Stahlstich. HLdr. d. Zt. Mit Rückengoldpräg., Rückensch. Schönes Expl.

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        Ihr Leut&#39;, laßt&#39;s Prozessiren sein! Es bringt Euch nimmermehr was ein; Verloren geht bald Kalb und Kuh, Sammt Haus und Hof und Ihr dazu. Wie Ihr es hier im Bild könnt sehn, Zwei streitend gegenüber stehn; Indessen melkt in guter Ruh, Der Advokat die fette Kuh." Satirische Darstellung des Rechtsanwalts (Advokaten), der Nutzen aus dem Streit anderer zieht

      Kolorierte Lithographie mit Tonplatte aus dem Verlag A. Felgner, Berlin um 1860. 25.5x38 cm. - Blick in eine Dorfstraße mit Bauernhäusern und einer Windmühle im Hintergrund. Im Vordergrund streiten zwei Bauern um eine Kuh, während der Advokat, eine Schreibfeder hinter das Ohr geklemmt, die Kuh melkt, neben ihm liegt ein dicker mit "Acta" betitelter Ordner, im Hintergrund führt ein Gerichtsdiener das Kalb an einem Strick fort. Unter der Darstellung der oben aufgeführte Reim in 2 Spalten.

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        Münchener Trachtenbuch gezeichnet und lithographiert von Wolfgang Diez

      Max Ravizza 1860 - Erste Ausgabe; Halb Leder der Zeit mit Marmorpapier, fest, Rücken an Kapital une Kanten berieben; 23 x 16 cm. 2 Bl. Mit 48 getönten lithographierten Tafeln. der illustrierte Original Umschlag ist im Buch als Titelblatt montiert. Das Buch wurde auf Lieferungsweise herausgegeben; Vollständig. Die meisten Bilder sind angestaubt und braunfleckig - Die schönen Darstellungen des "Münchener Trachtenbuch's", jeweils mit Jahreszahlen ihres Getragenwerdens, zeigen u.a.: die Kriegstracht eines Ritters von 1520, ein Nürnberger Edelfräulein von 1560, eine deutsche Dame in Jagdbekleidung von 1610, ein deutscher Edelmann in Hoftracht von 1670, zwei fürstliche Kinder von 1680, ein französischer Hofmann von 1710, ein deutscher Adeliger von 1760, eine Tänzerin von 1790 uvm. - Das Werk erschien in Lieferungen, vorliegend ist alles Erschienene. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Imperial Atlas of Modern Geography; An Extensive Series of Maps, embracing the Most Recent Discoveries and the Latest Political Divisions of Territory in All Parts of the World. Compiled and Engraved from the Most Authentic Sources

      London: Blackie and Son. Good with no dust jacket. 1860. First Edition. Hardcover. Binding poor, sold as a collection of maps. Complete. Spine lacking. Boards detached and worn. Marbled paper on rear board loose and half missing. Heavy foxing to preliminary leaves. Maps generally in good to very good condition. Some with light foxing. A couple of maps with a small 1/2" tear in the margin. Heavier foxing to the first two maps of "The World", and the final map "The Pacific Ocean". Final map "The Pacific Ocean" also has a 2/3" chip in the blank margin. Creasing and chips to the last leaf of the text index. ; ix, [1], 100 double-page map plates (maps hand-coloured in outline), 117 page index. Half-calf and marbled papered boards. Page dimensions: 14 3/4" x 12". Includes 4 maps of the U.S.A. (General map, Atlantic States, Central States or Valley of the Mississsippi, Pacific States); 6 maps of Australia; 21 maps of Asia, 9 maps of Africa, 5 maps of South America; 36 maps of Europe, 1 map of the North Circumpolar Regions, 1 map of Kamschatka, 1 map Vancouver Island, 6 maps of the Pacific, 1 map of New Zealand, 3 maps of British North America, 6 maps of Central America and the Caribbean. [Bibliographical reference: Phillips 3556] [NB: No additional postage other than our regular book rate will be required on this heavy volume (5.2kg).] ; Folio .

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        Poems Before Congress

      London - Chapman and Hall, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A smartfirst edition of this collection of poetry from Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Containing Napoleon III in Italy, The Dance, A Tale of Villafranca, A Court Lady, An August Voice, Christmas Gifts, Italy and the World, and A Curse for a Nation. Elizabeth Barrett Browning (6 March 1806 29 June 1861) was one of the most prominent poets of the Victorian era. Her poetry was widely popular in both England and the United States during her lifetime. At the death of an old friend, G. B. Hunter, and then of her father, her health faded again, centering around deteriorating lung function. She was moved from Florence to Siena, residing at the Villa Alberti. Deeply engrossed in Italian politics, she issued a small volume of political poems titled Poems before Congress (1860) most of which were written to express her sympathy with the Italian cause after the outbreak of fighting in 1859. WIth thirty-two page publisher&#39;s catalogue to the rear. Condition: In a red cloth binding. Externally, quite smart, with just a few marks, somelight bumping and slight cockling to the spine. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and mainly clean, with just the odd spot. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED..

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        FOUR YEARS ABOARD THE WHALESHIP. EMBRACING CRUISES IN THE PACIFIC, ATLANTIC, INDIAN AND ANTARCTIC OCEANS IN THE YEARS 1855, &#39;6, &#39;7, &#39;8, &#39;9

      Philadelphia. 1860.. 413pp. 12mo. Modern paper boards. Ex-lib. with ink stamp on titlepage and a few text leaves, some pages with minor staining, but overall very good. A rare whaling narrative and Pacific voyage. Whitecar was aboard the whaling barque, Pacific, out of New Bedford, cruising the south Atlantic and Indian oceans before whaling off southwest Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand, then returning to New Bedford by the same route. A colorful, detailed account. Not in Hill or Ferguson. HOWES W373. FORSTER 101.

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        Mitchell's New General Atlas?

      S. Augustus Mitchell Folio, original cloth with leather spine and corners, 47 colored maps. Joints cracked, spine and edges rubbed and worn, wear on corners of back cover is significant with tears, exposing the cardboard, piece missing from spine, signature on front endpapers, preliminaries show a some modest browning, New York map with tears at lower margin, and at the lower end of center fold, some foxing, staining and soiling throughout, but maps are generally bright and clean. Of the 47 maps in this atlas, four are double page, and 22 relate to the U.S. Many of the maps have great color and detail, especially the maps of the United States, Texas, South America and Asia. Despite some soiling and a little staining, these maps are among the most attractive from the Mitchell's series. Signature on the front endpaper, dated 1861, appears to be the signature of Charles Colton. Old note to Colton from C.W. Eddins, bookseller, from a later date is laid in.

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        Souvenir de Berne.

      Bern, Ochsner Imp., ca. 1860 - Quer-Kl.-8°, 14 Bl., 6 blattgrosse u. 4 doppelblattgrosse mehrfarbige lithographische Ansichten, Lwd. d. Zeit, Innengelenk angebrochen u. stockfleckig Die Ansichten zeigen die Stadt Bern mit dem Bundeshaus West (Bundes-Rathaus 1852 bis 1857) lang vor dem Bau des heutigen Bundeshauses (1884-92). Zeigt aber bereits die Rote Brücke genannte Eisenbahnbrücke die 1858 fertiggestellt wurde. Folgende Abb. werden gezeigt: Berne depuis le grand rempart. La porte de Morat. Berne prise de l?Enghe. La tour du grande horloge. L?esplanade. Berne prise depuis la promenade du petit rempart. La cathédrale et le monument de Rod.phe d?Erlach. Berne depuis la route de Wabern. Fosse aux ours. L?Enge Près de Berne. 1000 gr.

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        LEGISLATURE OF MINNESOTA. NORTHWEST BRITISH AMERICA AND ITS RELATIONS TO THE STATE OF MINNESOTA...PRINTED AS A SUPPLEMENT TO THE JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, SESSION OF 1859-60

      St. Paul: Newson, Moore, Foster and Company, Printers, 1860.. 53,[1]pp. Without the map, which was included only in some copies. Modern three-quarter morocco and cloth, spine gilt. Very good. The true first edition, printed as a supplement to the Journal of the House of Representatives, of this very rare report on boundary questions and possible rail links from Minnesota into the Canadian Northwest. "Streeter calls the paper a valuable report, resulting from Taylor&#39;s appointment in 1859 as an agent of the United States Treasury Department to investigate trade and transportation between the United States and Canada" - Wagner- Camp. Streeter had a copy of Wagner-Camp 365:2, which contains a map that did not appear in the first edition. Not in AMERICAN IMPRINTS INVENTORY for Minnesota. HOWES T56, "b." LOWTHER 124. WAGNER-CAMP 365:1. STREETER SALE 3731 (ref).

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        A New Township Map Of The State Of New York

      New York, 1860. No Binding. Near Fine. 24 x 30 inches. Lithograph with original hand color; slight fold wear, mounted on rice, a bright, excellent example. A rare, visually rich map of New York State, featuring a plan of Central Park just after its completion in 1859. Unique in our experience, at least in the realm of maps, the plan of Central Park extends westward to include the Upper West Side, the Hudson River, and the Palisades. The Upper West Side is seen here as a largely agrarian landscape with dwellings few and far between. In the plan of Central Park, the Bow Bridge divides what is today called The Lake into separate Gentlemen&#39;s and Lady&#39;s skating ponds. The map, as its title suggests, is notable for dividing showing the boundaries of the state&#39;s towns and cities and highlighting each in color. This is achieved with admirable clarity. The map has excellent railroad information that includes all of Connecticut. Tables to the right provide the populations of counties in 1860 (hence our dating of the map) and of the various wards of New York City, providing figures for both whites and "colored." To the right of the title is a portrait of De Witt Clinton, the sixth governor of New York State, who was largely responsible for the completion of the Erie Canal, which was being superseded by the many rail lines shown on this map. The map&#39;s elegant border and all around attention to graphic appeal suggests that it was intended as a decorative object for display, which may account for its rarity. Not in Rumsey or in the New York State Library&#39;s online Annotated Bibliography of New York State Map: http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/msscfa/mapsbibl.htm

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        KINSEI KIJIN-DEN

      18. Very Good. [EHON] Mikuma Katen, artist. KINSEI KIJIN-DEN, 5 vols. Kyoto, Edo & Osaka. n.d. [1860&#39;s?]. String-bound Japanese-style fukuro toji, in textured blue-grey covers with printed paper title labels. 40 single page and 2 double page b+w woodcuts, largely depicting the subject matter of the title: TALES OF ECCENTRICS FROM RECENT YEARS. Originally printed in 1790, this is a deservedly famous and oft-reprinted work in Japan. The KIJIN_DEN catalogues the eccentricities and eccentrics of the late 18th Century - a time of florescence of the "bunjin" literati ideal in Japan. The bunjin created an esthetically pure environment in the midst of the bustle (and corruption) of everyday life. The initial exemplars were those scholars and artists who withdrew from public life in China after the fall of the Ming Dynasty to the alien Manchus in the mid-17th Century. The KIJIN-DEN represents one of the efforts by the Japanese to domesticate a Chinese cultural import and find native representatives of the literati ideal. The KIJIN-DEN is interesting for its exploration of the art world in Japan- for example, there is a domestic scene of the painters Ikeno Taiga and wife Gyokuran, among others. Indeed, there are many women depicted in the KIJIN-DEN. (See JAPANESE WOMEN ARTISTS 1600-1900) Also see Ryerson 416, Mitchell 364, Hillier/Ravicz 22. The condition is very good over all, the printings are late (this edition being some 60-70 years after the original printing by Hayashi Bunkindo). There was a second series done some few years later, but this first series is complete as issued in 5 volumes.

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        Algérie. Conseil général de la province d'Oran Rapports de M. le préfet et procès-verbaux des séances. Session de 1860.

      Oran, Ad. Perrier, 1860, - in-8, 248-26-75-28-8 pp., demi-chagrin rouge, dos à nerfs, filets dorés, couv. cons. (rel. de l'époque).Le préfet Majorel fut en charge de la province d'Oran de 1851 à 1864. Exemplaire du général Cousin de Montauban, comte de Palikao, avec un envoi de l'auteur à ce dernier et son ex-libris.

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        Ansicht von Czernowitz. [Chernivtsi, Cernauti, Bukowina]

      Wien Reiffenstein & Rösch um 1860 - Altkolorierte Lithografie von J. Novopacky nach F. X. Knapp, Bildausschnitt 26 x 36 cm, Blattgr. 43 x 51,5 cm Nicht bei Nebehay-Wagner (nennt ausser den Holzstichen aus der "Österreichisch-Ungarischen Monarchie in Wort und Bild" keine Ansichten von Czernowitz). Wohl aus dem sehr seltenem Album "Illustrierte Bukowina" nach Aquarellen von F.X. Knapp; hübsche Fernsicht von Czernowitz [Cernauti/Tscherniwzi/Tschernowitz] der Hauptstadt der Bukowina, im Vordergrund belebte Strasse mit einer Pferdekutsche; Titel zweisprachig in Ukrainisch und Deutsch; in den Rändern gering fleckig, sonst von guter Erhaltung

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        Album für Rippoldsau und die Bäder Griesbach, Petersthal, Freiersbach, Sulzbach, Antogast nebst Wolfach, Freudenstadt und Allerheiligen. In Gedichten von J. Sprüngli, Pfarrer in Thalweil, und Zeichnungen nach der Natur von C. Reifert in Frankfurt a.M.

      Thalweil, Selbstvlg., (ca. 1860) - Quer-Kl.8°, 96 S. u. 32 farb. Abb., OHLwd., Goldschnitt., Min. berieben, durchgeh. min. stockfleckig, hinterer Vs. im Gelenk aufgeplatzt, insgesamt gutes Exemplar Schöne farb. Lithographien zeigen diverse Ansichten der genannten Bäder im Schwarzwald. 1100 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die Universität. [Humboldt-Universität]. Getönte Lithographie. Gez. u. lith. v. F. A. Borchel. Druck v. A. Hölzer, Berlin.

      E. H. Schroeder ca. 1860., Berlin - Gut und frisch, zusätlicher Trockenstempel des Verlages. Vom Bebelplatz aus gesehen, links Alte Bibliothek ("Kommode"), heute juristische Fakultät. Vorne eine Litfaßsäule, wohl eine der ersten, und rechts die Oper. Vewrgleiche: Ernst, Die Stadt Berlin in der Druckgraphik 1570-1870, Borschel 19, Seite 146, 2 Auflage. Selten, siehe Foto. Bildgröße 15 x 22,5 cm.

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        Le Magasin de Meubles: Album de Meubles Riches. PubliE et dessinE par Victor Quetin

      Paris: Victor Quetin Faubourg St. Antoine 55 aue troisiEme c. 1860 Paris: Victor Quetin, Faubourg St. Antoine, 55, aue troisiËme, c. 1860. Oblong 4to. 164 chromolithograph plates in vivid color of furniture. Half red morocco and pebble-grained cloth, binding broken, flyleaf torn out, title page soiled, 33 pages stuck together and many plates with surface abrasions and tears . Volume of Victor Quetin's long-running series, LE MAGASINE DE MEUBLES, of vivid chromolithograph plates of furniture and drapery

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        The Conduct of Life (First English edition)

      London: Smith, Elder, 1860. 1st edition. Hardcover. First English edition, with the publisher&#39;s note tipped in. Hinges repaired; expectable general use and wear, with a light stain to rear cover. Book has no unwanted writing, markings, etc, no remainder marks. NOT ex-library; NOT BOMC ed. Rare.

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        Mitchell's New General Atlas 1864

      S. Augustus Mitchell, Jr., Philadelphia All 84 maps present, binding is heavily shaken and loose, one page completely free, otherwise all there, complete and still holding by strings.  Original cloth covers are bumped, corners rounded.  Water stain across titlepage, and some map pages, but does not extend within any map borders.  Many maps are dated 1860, 1861, even though overall atlas is dated to 1864.

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        Clark&#39;s New Sectional Map of Missouri compiled & engraved from the United States land surveys and other reliable sources

      St. Louis: J.C. Clark & Co., 1860. Folding pocket map lithographed by Julius Hutawa of St. Louis, Mo., full period hand colouring, on two joined sheets. Folds into original green cloth covers, the upper and lower covers blocked in blind, the upper cover lettered in gilt, advertisement for map publisher E. Mendenhall of Cincinnati pasted to front pastedown. (Map with tear extending from gutter repaired on verso). 29 x 33 inches. A rare and large map of Missouri published on the eve of the Civil War: an important cartographic record of ante-bellum Missouri. This highly detailed map, published by real estate agents J.C. Clark & Co., depicts the state in platted counties, with numerous towns, railroads (both built and proposed), post offices, churches, mills, and roads identified. Land offices are listed, as are "Chartered Rail Road Routes" by means of lettered references. A manuscript red hachured line divides the state into five irregularly-shaped land districts. The map is quite rare, with only five copies recorded (Clements, State Historical Society of Missouri, Yale, British Library and the Kansas City Public Library). Not in Phillips, A List of Maps of America.

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        Views of the Works of the Gould & Curry Silver Mining Company, Virginia City, N. T

      San Francisco: Britton & Co., [ca 1860]. Oblong 4to., (10 x 13 4/8 inches). 13 tinted lithographed plates, plan of the mine, and one folding topographical view of the mine and Virginia City at end (some heavy spotting). Original plum cloth, gilt (rebacked to style, unevenly faded to brown). THE BONANZA YEARS IN NEVADA - CLAIMS TO THE RICHEST KNOWN SILVER DEPOSIT IN THE UNITED STATES First edition, and SCARCE, only six copies have been recorded in American institutions, and only one copy of the work has appeared at auction in the past 25 years. Claims to the richest known silver deposit in the United States were made in 1859 by Henry Tomkins Paige Comstock, after whom the mother lode on Mount Davidson in western Nevada was henceforth called. When Comstock disposed of his holdings, the lode became a scene of furious activity, centering on Virginia City. Of the three mining companies established there in the early 1860s, Gould and Curry was the largest, employing 635 men and influencing local elections. .

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        Mecklenburgisches Album. Hamburg, Berendsohn, um 1860. Farblithographiertes Titelblatt, 1 Blatt (Subcribenten), 59 (von) 60 Stahlstich-Tafeln von Poppel u. Kurz nach Gottheil. Quer-4°. Roter, goldgeprägter OLwd. (1 RGelenk angeplatzt, 1 leichter Feuchtfleck).,

      1860 - Mit 59 Ansichten von Mecklenburg-Schwerin und Mecklemburg Strelitz nach Zeichnungen von dem Maler und Graphiker Julius Gottheil (tätig in Hamburg seit 1850), u.a.: Das Schloss Schwerin, Der Blücherplatz in Rostock, Die Marienkirche in Wismar, Güstrow, Das Schloss in Ludwigslust, Der heilige Damm am Ostseestrande, Die Doberaner Kirche, Parchim, Boitzenburg, Burg Schlitz, Kloster Malchow, Neustrelitz, Neubrandenburg, Hohenzieritz, Friedland, Burg Stargard, Kloster Ratzeburg.- Es fehlt die Ansicht Mo. 49: Das Schloss in Neustrelitz.- Die Anichten teils auf aufgewalztem Chinapapier.- Bindung gelockert, einige Tafeln lose, weiße Außenränder teils leicht, teils etwas stockfleckig. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Incised Clay Cuneiform Tablet: Contract of Sale.

      - Approximate size: 2-3/8" x 1-5/8" x 3/4" (thick), (55mm x 37mm).; a baked, tan-gray clay tablet. Incised with 18 lines of Old Babylonian cuneiform lettering, covering the front and back of the tablet. Left-hand edge/corner of the top of the tablet shows a chip. Scan shows one side, another scan is availble, showing the other. The inscription is a contract for the sale a field, with seven witnesses named on the reverse. A very early example of a contract of sale. This piece is from Larsa in Southern Mesopotamia. Period is circa 1860 B.C. &#147;[T]here is ample proof that there were regular schools and colleges attached to most of the temples in Babylonia [-]&#150;certainly at Borsippa, Nippur and Larsa.[-] [I]n the temples of every great city there was a &#145;house of tablets&#146;, or books&#151;in other words, a library [-]. Not only could books be borrowed from this library, but in the part analogous to a modern public record office all documents relating to business transactions, including conveyancing of land and slave ownership, were filed. Royal decrees and correspondence, lists of taxes and official chronicles, would probably be placed in a special record office of the palace. With education placed upon a broad basis, it is perhaps not surprising that letter-writing and record-making covering all transactions were practiced to a remarkable extent. The law required that every business deal, even down to the smallest transaction, should be in writing and duly signed by the contracting parties and witnesses.&#148; (from Diringer: &#147;The Hand Produced Book&#148;; Hutchinson&#146;s, London, 1953; p. 82. See pp. 79-112 for Chapter III: &#147;Clay Tablet Books&#148; & pp. 53-58, for more on Mesopotamian written tablets & the development of Cuneiform writing). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE EMBROIDERER'S BOOK OF DESIGN. INITIALS, CYPHERS, ORNAMENTAL BORDERS, EMBLEMS, ECCLESIASTICAL DEVICES, MONOGRAMS, ALPHABETS MEDIAEVAL AND ORIGINAL, NATIONAL EMBLEMS, ETC. ETC

      London: E. & F. N. Spon, 1860. Oblong octavo containing 19 pages printed on one side only. Bound in original cloth-backed boards with elaborate pictorial cover printed in brown red and green. The back cover, printed in brown. is an advertisement for two of Delamotte's other design books: Ornamental Alphabets Ancient and Modern and Modern Alphabets Plain, with descriptions and prices. The books relating to lettering as well as the author's Primer on Illumination are desirable but not particularly difficult to find. This title is quite rare in any condition, with this copy exhibiting only minor wear and some light soiling. Each page illustrates a wide range of patterns for needlework, each printed in a different color..either blue, purple, brown, red or black. Laid in are several hand-drawn patterns by a former owner, adding to the charm of this exceptional design book.

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        Mecklenburgisches Album. Hamburg, Berendsohn, um 1860. Farblithographiertes Titelblatt, 1 Blatt (Subcribenten), 59 (von) 60 Stahlstich-Tafeln von Poppel u. Kurz nach Gottheil. Quer-4°. Roter, goldgeprägter OLwd. (1 RGelenk angeplatzt, 1 leichter Feuchtfleck).

      Mit 59 Ansichten von Mecklenburg-Schwerin und Mecklemburg Strelitz nach Zeichnungen von dem Maler und Graphiker Julius Gottheil (tätig in Hamburg seit 1850), u.a.: Das Schloss Schwerin, Der Blücherplatz in Rostock, Die Marienkirche in Wismar, Güstrow, Das Schloss in Ludwigslust, Der heilige Damm am Ostseestrande, Die Doberaner Kirche, Parchim, Boitzenburg, Burg Schlitz, Kloster Malchow, Neustrelitz, Neubrandenburg, Hohenzieritz, Friedland, Burg Stargard, Kloster Ratzeburg.- Es fehlt die Ansicht Mo. 49: Das Schloss in Neustrelitz.- Die Anichten teils auf aufgewalztem Chinapapier.- Bindung gelockert, einige Tafeln lose, weiße Außenränder teils leicht, teils etwas stockfleckig.

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        Iconographie et description de chenilles et lepidopteres inedits. (Parts 3-10, 12-24)

      Paris: F. Savy,, 1860-1868. Parts 3 through 10 and 12 through 24 only and missing some text pages, 94 plates (of 96, lacking plate Number 100 and one from an early part where the plates do not have whole numbers) with all but twelve of them color; most parts partially or entirely disbound in self wrappers, some of the plates have age staining or age spotting and a few have light corner creases. Photos available upon request.

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        Neuste Eisenbahn - Kanal - u Post-Karte fur Reisende in den Vereinigten Staaten von Nord Amerika Canada, Texas sowie Californien ... Nach J. Calvin Smith, H. S. Tanner [etc.]

      Nurnberg: [circa 1860]. Folding map, dissected into 21 sections and linen- backed as issued, hand coloured in outline. Five inset maps or plans, including a large inset of the American West. Folds into period cloth covers. 21 1/2 x 28 3/4 inches. Scarce issue of a highly detailed German emigration map showing the routes to the west. The map depicts the United States as far west as Fort Kearny, with substantial portions of Texas, Kansas, Nebraska and Dakota shown in detail. As the cartouche suggests, the cartographic information is derived from J. Calvin Smith and H. S. Tanner. Various issues of the map were produced, with varying insets and detail, from 1853 onwards. This map shows Texas divided into counties dated between 1846 and 1852 (Wharton County is shown, but Orange County is not), West Virginia has not yet been separated from Virginia and much of the transcontinental railroad system is still proposed. Cf. Howes N57; cf. Wheat, Mapping the Transmississippi West 775; cf. Wheat, Maps of the California Gold Region 274; cf. Phillips p. 903.

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        Nouvelle Carte Illustree de L&#39;amerique Du Nord Indiquant Les Grandes Divisions Physiques, la Distribution Geographique Des Vegetaux et Mineraux

      Paris: Alexandre Vuillemin 1860. (Map) Very good. Decorative large format map of North America, including 16 decorative side panel vignettes showing indigenous scenes in America, flora, and fauna. Outlines in colour. Scarce. 33" X 24". The map shows Russian America, Utah and New Mexico extending to the Rocky Mountains, and massive Oregon, Northwest and Indian Territories. Interesting notes on early discoveries, including a reference to Alvaro Nunez in Texas in 1528, Cabrillo discovery of the Paific in 1548, Francis Drake, Lewis and Clark, Edwin James, etc. Early rail roads, forts, canals, military reserves, Indian Lands, ports of commerce and other details noted. One of the most decorative large format maps of North America from the period. Finely engraved by Gerin and illustrated by A. Testard..

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