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      1860. [London: St. Luke's Hospital, 1860.] Original pale pink wrappers. First Edition, second and usual issue (with the final paragraph reset in bold type, and with a slight variation in the front cover border design).~Dickens describes the wretched conditions inside St. Luke's Hospital ("established in 1751, for the treatment and care of lunatics"), and in particular the "very sad and touching spectacle" of the annual Christmas Ball there (dancing around the Christmas tree). He actually wrote the original piece in 1852, at which time it appeared in "Household Words." It is here published in book form for the first time, eight years later, when Dickens gave permission for the hospital to use it as a fundraising appeal. The hospital added two items to update the piece: an article about the 1860 Ball from the "Times," plus a brief article "Contrast be­tween 1852 and 1860," in which the hospital asserts that many of the deficiencies cited by Dickens have since been addressed. The initial appeal may not have been too successful, which would explain why the final (appealing) paragraph was set in bold type in this the second and usual issue.~This is a very good-plus copy of this fragile piece: as usual the pink is rather faded, and the wrappers have a general dustiness (but there is very little actual edge-wear). As with most if not all copies, there is a vertical crease -- since for the fundraising appeal they were folded into narrow envelopes. Gimbel B216 (second copy); Carr B465.

      [Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman]
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        Corrida de Toros

      Madrid: Boronat & Satorre, ca. 1860. First edition. Hardcover. Recased in modern brown cloth, color Xerox of title page mounted on front cover. Fine/No Dust Jacket. Oblong folio, 29 x 36 cm. Chromolithograph title page, plus 14 chromolithographed plates after paintings by D. Perea. A series of plates depicting in chronological order the ritual of the bullfight, from the capture of the bulls [Encierro de Los Toros] to their demise and removal from the bull ring by mules [Las Mullilas Sacando al Toro]. Captions in Spanish, French and English, produced at the approximate time Manet painted his bull fight scenes. A rare piece of Tauromacy, not located in OCLC, which however does list maps printed by this publisher.

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        Transactions of the Philosophical Institute of Victoria, from January to December, 1859, Inclusive. Vol. IV

      Melbourne: Mason and Firth. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1860. First Edition. Hardcover. Some horizontal tears across the spine cloth near the ends of the spine, otherwise near fine. Spine faded. Moderate fading to boards. Endpapers very clean. No signatures. Detmold bookbinder's ticket on front endpaper. Some spots of foxing to page edges. No splitting to joints or hinges. A nice copy.; viii, 210, lxxxvi, [2], iv, 79, [1], 14, 13 pages + plates (including folding). Original blind-stamped cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Page dimensions: 215 x 136mm. Pale yellow endpapers. Proceedings and Appendices etc. bound in at the rear. Of particular note in this volume is the article "Notes of a recent personal visit to the unoccupied Northern District of Queensland" by William Lockhart Morton. This article is on pages 188-199, and includes 1 folding map. "The blacks do not seem numerous. We sometimes saw their fresh footprints, but themselves only once. Every night we went to sleep as securely as if we had been at home. We kept no watch and were never disturbed." - page 198. ; 8vo .

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        Transactions of the Philosophical Institute of Victoria

      Melbourne - Mason and Firth, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Volume IV of the records of the meetings, proceedings and observations of the Philosophical Institute of Victoria, Australia. The Philosophical Institute of Victoria combined with the The Victorian Institute for the Advancement of Science to form the Royal Society of Victoria, the oldest learned society in the state. With many coloured and folding plates throughout. Bound by W. Detmold (binder's label to rear pastedown)Condition: Inabrown cloth binding. Externally sound, though with wear to the extremities and some rubbing. Internally, binding very tender with some pages working loose. Pages have some spotting and marginal browning. Overall: FAIR due to loose binding..

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        [WORKS] including Poems, Idylls Of The King, The Princess, Enoch Arden, The Holy Grail, In Memoriam, Maud, Queen Mary, Harold, Becket, The Cup, Promise Of May, Locksley Hall, Tiresias And Other Poems, Gareth & Lynette, Ballads And Other Poems

      London: Edward Moxon, 1860's-1880's. Minor rubbing but nicely presentable and sound. Mixed editions. Six volumes published by Moxon, two by Macmillen, one by Kiong, one by Strahan Together ten volumes uniformly bound in green pebbled morocco, a.e.g. the spines with gilt titles, double gilt rules around the bands, gilt fleurons in the panels. the covers with double rule frames and title with fleuron With a Wingfield bookplate and some with the bookseller's ticket: J.O. Sandford Booksellers Shrewsbury. A nicely printed and charming little set

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      New York: Currier & Ives, 1860.. Lithograph, 13 1/2 x 18 inches. Moderate age-toning, foxing, and soiling. Moderate browning in margins. Small closed tears and chips in margins, one moderate-size closed tear in left margin. A fair copy. A lithograph political cartoon published by Currier & Ives commenting upon the anti- slavery plank of the 1860 Republican platform. Abraham Lincoln is shown being carried uncomfortably in the middle of a split wooden rail, an allusion to both the platform and to Lincoln's backwood's origins. Supporting the left end of the rail is a black man in simple working clothes who states, "Dis Nigger strong and willin' but its awful hard work to carry Old Massa Abe on nothing but dis ere rail!!" Holding the right end of the rail is well-dressed newspaper editor and strong Lincoln supporter Horace Greeley (identified by a copy of his NEW YORK TRIBUNE in his coat pocket). Greeley tells Lincoln, "We can prove that you have split rails & that will ensure your election to the Presidency." Lincoln replies, "It is true I have split rails, but I begin to feel as if this rail would split me, it's the hardest stick I ever straddled." A finely drawn and insightful political cartoon from the 1860 election. REILLY, AMERICAN POLITICAL PRINTS, 1860-31. WEITENKAMPF, POLITICAL CARICATURE IN THE UNITED STATES, p.123. GALE, CURRIER & IVES: A CATALOGUE RAISONNÉ 5478.

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        The Professor at the Breakfast Table

      Ticknor and Fields, Boston, 1860. The Professor at the Breakfast Table by Oliver Wendell Holmes. Tipped in handwritten and signed letter. First Printing in original dark brown cloth. Publisher: Ticknor and Fields, Boston, 1860. Letter tipped on the second free endpaper. Signed and dated Jan 1st, 1866. Binding is in near fine condition, slight wear at the top of the spine. Contents clean, darkened spot on front free endpaper, slight cracking to rear endpaper, else a wonderful copy. 410 pages. Protected in Mylar. Inventory #12-098.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Jacket.

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        NOTES On NURSING: What It Is, and What It Is Not

      New York:: D. Appleton and Company, 443 & 445 Broadway.. 1860.. 12mo. 7-7/8" x 5". 1st US edition (Bishop & Goldie, p. 15 [not noting this additional Appleton address]; Cordasco 60-1308; 100 Famous Medical Books, 71). 140, [4] pp. Adverts last 4 pages [listing Appleton's '346 & 348 Broadway' address].. Original publisher's dark green cloth with gilt stamped title lettering to front board. Yellow eps.. Slight lean. Modern ink poi to p. 64. Withal, a quite respectable. VG - VG+ copy.. What else need be said... it's the book that established Nursing as a profession and, if I may be so bold, should have been included in PMM.

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        Notes on Nursing: What It is, and What It Is Not

      Harrison, 1860-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. Publisher's brown speckled cloth. Clean, unmarked pages. Partial crack down spine edge. Garrison Morton 1612. ABPC 1975

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        PIJROSCAPHES EN FER À HELICE MOHAMMED SAID, MARIE DE BRABANT ET COMTE DE HAINAUT. Construits dans les etablissements royaux de Paul van Vlissingen & Dudok van Heel à Amsterdam pour compte de la Societe de Bateaux a Vapeur entre la Belgique et le Levant.

      - (No pl., 1860). Tinted lithographed plate after J.C. Greive by R. de Vries Jr. Ca. 52,5 x 64 (incl. margin).* Fine plate depicting Belgian steam-sailing-vessels.

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        A History of Coal, Coke, Coal Fields, .... of the Great Northern Coal Field

      London: Sampson Low, Son & Co, 1860.. First Edition. Marbled boards. Half-leather cover. Worn reading copy. 164pp :: 36 full page etchings of mines, machinery, shipping, etc :: 420mm x 280mm (17" x 11")

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        Notes of lectures on ?physiology,? given at Univ. College . . . session 1859-60

      London, 1859-1860. Sharpey, William (1802-80). Notes of lectures on ?physiology,? given at Univ. College . . . session 1859-60. Manuscript notes and drawings in the hand of a student, Thomas F. H. Green. 4 unnumbered leaves, 361 numbered pages, approximately 100 blank pages at the end. [London,] 1859-60. 227 x 189 mm. 19th century half leather, marbled boards, rebacked in cloth, light wear, original plain gray wrappers bound in. Very good. Small stamp of the Birmingham Medical Institute on 2 or 3 leaves. Sharpey was appointed professor of anatomy and physiology at University College in 1836; he was the first to teach a complete course of physiology and minute anatomy at an English medical school. He was the author of two classic papers on cilia and ciliary motion (see Garrison-Morton 600 and 603) and discovered the ?fibers of Sharpey? in bone tissue (see Garrison-Morton 545); he also edited the fifth through eighth editions of Jones Quain?s Elements of Anatomy. Through his pupils Sharpey was the founder of the British school of physiology; his students included Michael Foster, first professor of physiology at Cambridge University, and John Burdon-Sanderson, the first to occupy the Waynflete Chair of Physiology at Oxford. These lecture notes cover the blood, tissues of the body, vascular system, digestive system, respiration, brain and nervous system, organs of special senses and reproduction. The notes are written on rectos only; several versos contain neatly executed drawings in ink or pencil, many illustrating aspects of microanatomy.

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        Lepidogrammus Cumingi. (Scale-feathered cuckoo).

      Lithograph coloured by hand, printed by J.E.C. Walter. London ca. 1860. 54 x 36 cm. Matted. London 1850-83. 54 x 36 cm. Matted.. From Birds of Asia

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        Songs, Duetts, Glees, Chorusses, Dances, & Marches in Various Dramas [manuscript]

      Philadelphia, 1860. Very Good. [32] p.: music; 6 x 26 cm. Stiffened marbled paper boards with black cloth spine. Handwritten paper label on front board. Compiler's name is written inside and outside front board, with Philadelphia address. Printed staff paper throughout. First 3 pages contain musical rudiments--time signatures, key signatures, and rhythmic patterns. The remainder contains melodic lines written out in treble or base clef, identified by a few words and the name of the larger work. Contents: songs from Pizarro [by Michael Kelly] -- Rob Roy [by Isaac Pocock] -- Careless' Song from School for Scandal -- Eva's song from Uncle Tom's Cabin [George C. Howard] -- a duet from Mrs. White -- the fairy chorus from Merry Wives of Windsor -- Roland for an Oliver [Thomas Morton] -- "I have a Silent Sorrow Here" from Sheridan's The Stranger -- Sweethearts & Wives [James Kenny] -- a dance in Speed the Plough [Thomas Morton] -- Bombastes Furioso [William Barnes Rhodes] -- Sampson's song in The Inchcape Bell [Edward Fitzball] -- Jenny Lind -- Killing no Murder [Theodore Hook] -- The Loan of a Lover [J.R. Planche] -- Robin's song in The Waterman -- "O Happy Tawny Moor" from The Mountaineers [George Colman] -- The Illustrious Stranger [Isaac Nathan] -- Sir Felix' song in The Agreeable Surprise [John O'Keefe; Samuel Arnold] -- Miss Bertrams' song in Guy Mannering -- William's song in Black-eyed Susan [Douglas Jerrold] -- "What Night so Long" from How to Pay the Rent [Tyrone Power] -- a march in Blue Beard -- songs in Hamlet -- Beauty & the Beast. Four blank pages follow and then one last page with unidentified music. The compiler of this manuscript book of mid-19th-century popular stage music was James A. A'Becket (1847-1904), son of Thomas A'Becket, Sr. (1808-1890), and brother of Thomas A'Becket, Jr. (1843-1918). His father, Thomas Sr., was an actor and musician who was active in Philadelphia in the 1840s and 1850s and throughout the United States in later years. His brother, Thomas Jr., was a musician who was a pianist and composer of music for piano. James A'Becket probably compiled this collection of theatrical tunes about 1860, when he was a teenager and his father was active as a performer in and manager of various Philadelphia theaters. In 1864 James served as a musician with the 196th Regiment of Pa. Volunteers, Company F. In 1868 he married Laura V. Middleton; he worked for most of his adult life as a grainer (someone who painted faux wood or marble grain). A rare and perhaps unique snapshot of popular theatrical music from the American stage of the mid-19th century. In Very Good Condition: cloth over spine is split; boards are slightly soiled; first 2 and last 2 leaves appear to have been glued along the edges to the boards, from which they have separated, leaving part of the first leaf and last attached to the adjacent board; faint dampstain along lower edges of a few leaves; otherwise clean and tight.

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        The Wits and Beaux of Society.

      James Hogg & Sons., c.1860., London, - With Illustrations from Drawings by H.K.Browne and J.Godwin. Engraved by the Brothers Dalziel. 8vo. 2 vols. xii, 322, vii, 292pp. 2 frontispieces, 1 in color. 14 engraved plates. With 120 extra engraved plates, some in color; Portraits, castles, costumes etc. Samuel Pepys, Oliver Cromwell, Thomas Fairfax, Thomas Killegrew, Samuel Butler, etc. Full dark blue morocco, gilt edges, bound by Bayntun, Bath, England. Ex-libris on flypage. A fine set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        VITI: An Account of a Government Mission to the Vitian or Fijian Islands in the years 1860-61.

      - With illustrations and a map. Pp. [iii]-xvi(lacking the half-title page)+448(last blank), coloured frontispiece and 3 plates, black & white text illustrations, folding map, appendix; bound by Bickers & Son in navy calf, the spine with gilt lettered red/brown leather title label and decorated in gilt compartments between raised bands, boards with double gilt rule border and gilt edges, lightly scuffed and worn, edges rubbed, the spine slightly faded; marbled edges and matching endpapers; bookseller's sticker at foot of upper pastedown, faint impression of early inked inscription (from the missing half-title page) on verso of upper free endpaper, name stamp on the title, preface and final appendix pages and on the reverse of the map, the plates all lightly water stained, scattered light foxing and occasional soiling; Macmillan, Cambridge, 1862. First edition. Hill 1547. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Amyot, Paris 1860 - RO40202836: 335 pages. Couverture refaite, avec dos muet et 1er plat annoté (titre). Etiquette de code sur le dos. Tampons et annotation de bibliothèque en pages de garde et de titre. 1er plat se détachant. Page de titre abîmée. Dernier feuillet (Table) découpé dans sa partie supérieure, avec manbque n'altérant pas la lecture. (Très rare) 2e édition, De l'Italie devant le Congrès. Les méthodes des sciences fixes appliquées à la diplomatie. Les Autrichiens sont des barbares. L'Italie peut-elle être italienne ? S.M. Victor-Emmanuel II. M. Camille de Cavour. In-8 Broché. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Mors fendus. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 945-Italie [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A Treatise on the Loop Formation for Rifle Volunteers.

      London, Chapman and Hall, 1860 - Octavo. Original printed glazed paper boards. Light browning, boards a little rubbed, spine chipped with about 30mm of loss at the head, remains attractive. Folding frontispiece. First Edition. Uncommon, three copies only on COPAC, BL, NLS, and Oxford, no copies on OCLC. Rather obscure tactical treatise based on the skirmishing techniques of the Parthians. Written at the height of the "War Scare", when the French were expected on British shores in moments, & the Rifle Volunteer movement had sprung up in response. This copy with the pencilled ownership inscription of Hastings Russell, 9th Duke of Bedford. Unsurprisingly, not in Riling. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Essays and Reviews.

      London: John W. Parker and Son, 1860 - Octavo. Original purple cloth blocked in blind to spine and boards, brown coated endpapers, titles to spine gilt. Pencilled ownership inscription to front free endpaper, pencilled inscription to title, newspaper clipping tipped-in to rear pastedown. Cloth rubbed, contents shaken, some worn spots to joints and ends of spine, small spot to lower board, corners bumped, occasional spotting to contents, spine cracked in the gutter at several places, a good copy. First edition of this groundbreaking collection of theological essays, the first assault on Biblical literalism from within the ranks of British theologians. The edifice of literalism had been crumbling for several decades, under assault from the science of Lyell and Darwin and the new Biblical criticism of Baur and Strauss at the University of Tübingen. "But all these were outside the Church of England, and it was thus with a double force that Essays and Reviews, when it generally became known, struck clergy and laity. Not only did the book subscribe to the modern non-literal concept of the Bible text, but, far worse, the authors were with one exception beneficed clergy, and the majority came from the sanctuary of Oxford" (PMM 348). Two of the contributors, Rowland Williams and Henry Bristow Wilson, were found guilty by the Court of Arches, though the verdict was overturned by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, and in the long-term the Church came to accept much of what the essayists advocated. Rare, particularly in the original cloth. PMM 348 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Photographie médicale: fillette atteinte de dermatose et d'ataxie locomotrice. Circa 1860

      Photographie médicale originale d'une fillette atteinte de dermatose (les piqûres de la photo le laissent mal entrevoir) et d'ataxie locomotrice. 15,5 x 21cm, sur papier fort, tirage original, circa 1860. (tv) Bon couverture rigide Edition originale

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        MASQUES ET BOUFFONS (COMÈDIE ITALIENNE) Texte et Dessins par Maurice Sand gravures par A. Manceau. Paris, Michel Lévy Freres, 1860.

      2 voll. Bella ril. originale coeva in mz. vitello, titolo, decorazioni in oro al dorso con nervature, tagli in oro, cm 27x18, Vol. I: pp VIII, 356, 4 nn, 25 incisioni su acciaio; Vol. II: pp 384, 25 incisioni su acciaio. Firma tagliata su entrambi i volumi alla pagina precedente il front., lievi fioriture. Prima edizione. Ottimo esemplare. Carteret II, 321; Colas 2638.

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        The Conway in the Stereoscope

      London: Lovell Reeve, 1860 In red cloth binding decorated with gilt text and tooling to top cover and gilt tooling to lowers cover, bevelled edges, corners and edges lightly bumped and worn. Spine has title and tooling in gilt, edges bumped. Internally, red endpapers, Notice tipped into ffep, ink name to half title, tissue guarded frontis, (x), 187 pp, (16), 20 stereographs (B&W photo's) all showing the river Conway in North Wales and the areas around it, printed by John Edward Taylor of Little Queen St, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London. Uncommon. (COPAC. Allibone 453) James Bridge Davidson, a lawyer. see ODNB.

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        (Amish Valentine)

      1860. Single leaf measuring 5 by 7 3/4 inches. A drawing of a young man and woman glancing shyly at each other, with their noses drawn in an angular fashion so as to point at each other. Below the figures is penned words "i cant [sic] stop long this time." A Feb. 25, 1861 inscription on the verso says "Valentine - Mr. Willis S. Marden." The young man wears simple clothing, a blue hat with a red band, a red shirt, and blue pants, that seems to place him in an Amish or Mennonite community. His hair is long and curly. The woman's costume is slightly more elaborate; she wears red shoes and a pearl necklace with her blue dress, and her uncovered hair is curled. The sheet of paper was once folded into quarters. Until postal rates became standardized, early valentines were typically folded, sealed, and hand-delivered to a beloved's doorstep. Pennsylvania-German or Dutch handmade valentines gained recognition for their fine workmanship, with detailed pinprick and cutout designs. This example is no less remarkable for its simplicity. Some faint discoloration, primarily to fold lines, and slightest wear to two corners.

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        The Mill on the Floss

      Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1860 First edition, original publisher's cloth with gilt spines, covers stamped in blind, pale yellow endpapers, half titles present in each volume, 16pp publisher's catalogue at rear of volume III, Carter's first state lacking the advertisement leaf at the end of volume I. Some wear and fraying to spine ends and corners, hinges cracked and secure, 19th and 20th century former owner inscriptions to the front endpapers of each volume, some spotting and soiling to pages. Overall, a good set free of any repairs or restoration. House in a custom folding cloth box.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        Famiglie alleate alla nobile casa Verasis Asinari

      s.e. 1860 Album in 8, con 2 tavv. (frontespizio e indice interamente miniati a manoscritti) e 109 tavv. raffiguranti stemmi araldici. Di queste 18 risultano interamente disegnate a mano mentre le restanti 91 sono tratte da dal Tettoni - Saladini , Teatro araldico 1841 - 50, incisioni all'acquaforte con pesante miniatura. Splendido il decoro floreale del frontespizio e del seguente elenco dei primogeniti della famiglia dal 1458 al 1852, a firma Heinemann J. Veline di protezione ad ogni tavola. Bella legatura coeva di gusto rinascimentale con fr. a secco ai p. e dentelle dorata allintrno dei p. Sguardie in raso rosso. Raccolta delle insegne araldiche di tutte le famiglie che ebbero rapporti parentali con la  importante famiglia piemontese Verasis, famiglia che in seguito all'estinzione degli Asinari e grazie al matrimonio nel 1572 del Conte Alessandro Verasis con Lucrezia Asinari divenne Verasis Asinari. Tra gli stemmi possiamo citare quelli dlle famiglie Deafflitta di Napoli, Villa di Villastellone, Oldoini della Spezia, Ballegno, Cittadella di Padova, Bombaci di Bologna, S. Martino della Motta, Borgaro di Torino, Trotti di Alessandria ecc. La presenza della firma al f. indica in Joseph Heineman l'autore delle parti inteamente dipinte. Fu pittore di storia, nato a Hufingen. ITA

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        Venise. Vue prise de Quai des Esclavons. (Titolo ripetuto in spagnolo).

      Litografia di Deroy tratta da un soggetto di Chapuy, della serie "Ports de Mer d'Europe"; coloritura d'epoca, 313x479.Veduta di Venezia dalla Riva degli Schiavoni con S. Marco e S. Maria della Salute sullo sfondo.Bell'esemplare marginoso con qualche piccola macchiolina.

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        Memorias de Don Fernando IV de Castilla. Tomo I, contiene la Crónica de dicho rey, copiada de un Códice existente en la Biblioteca Nacional. Tomo II, contiene la Colección Diplomática que comprueba la Crónica. Arreglada, anotada y ampliamente ilustrado.

      Madrid, Impreta de José Rodríguez, 1860. Dos volúmenes en 4to. mayor; 2 hs., CXVII pp., 696 pp., 2 hs. y 2 hs., 912 pp., 1 h. Con tres estados plegados. Encuadernación de época, en media tela.

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        Monsieur Coumbes. [ Première édition française ]

      A. Bourdilliat et Ce 1860 1 vol. in-12 relié demi-basane rouge, A. Bourdilliat et Ce, Librairie Nouvelle, Paris, 1860, 2 ff., 316 pp. et 4 pp. (catalogue) Première édition française. L'édition originale avait paru sans date, à Bruxelles, sous le titre "Histoire d'un cabanon et d'un chalet". Bon état (coiffe sup. lég. frottée) Vicaire, III, 422 Français

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        De Paris à Astrakan.

      Paris, Bourdilliat et C., 1860. 1860 Tre volumi in 12°, pagg. (2), 318, (1); (2), 313, (1); (2), 306, (1), legatura coeva in mezza pelle verde, fregi e titoli oro al dorso. Nouvelles impressions de voyage. L'opera si suddivide in 3 serie in cui Dumas raccontò le impressioni del suo viaggio in Russia negli anni 1858 e 1859. Timbri all'occhietto ed al frontespizio dei 3 volumi. Alcune tipiche bruniture della carta ma nel complesso volumi in ottimo stato. Prima edizione.

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        Oeuvres complètes de Buffon avec des Extraits de Daubenton et la classification de Cuvier ornées de Cinq cents sujets coloriés [ 9 Tomes - Complet ] [ Avec : ] Histoire naturelle de Lacépède comprenant les Cétacés, les Quadrupèdes ovipares, les Serpents et les Poissons [ 2 Tomes - Complet ]

      Dion-Lambert 1860 Oeuvres complètes de Buffon avec des Extraits de Daubenton et la classification de Cuvier ornées de Cinq cents sujets coloriés [ 9 Tomes - Complet ] [ Avec : ] Histoire naturelle de Lacépède comprenant les Cétacés, les Quadrupèdes ovipares, les Serpents et les Poissons [ 2 Tomes - Complet ] soit ensemble 11 vol. grand in-8 reliure de l'époque demi-basane bordeaux, dos à 5 nerfs ornés, Dion-Lambert, Paris, 1860, Tome 1 : Matières Générales - Théorie de la Terre, 2 ff., 585 pp. avec portrait de Buffon en frontispice et 2 cartes rehaussées en couleurs ; Tome 2 : Epoques de la nature - Introduction à l'histoire des Minéraux, 2 ff., 665 pp. avec 3 cartes dont 2 cartes rehaussées en couleurs ; Tome 3 : Histoire naturelle des Minéraux, 2 ff., 692 pp. ; Tome 4 : Histoire naturelle des Minéraux, 2 ff., 495 pp. ; Tome 5 : Histoire naturelle de l'Homme, 2 ff., 495 pp. avec 1 planche partiellement rehaussée en couleurs ; Tome 6 : Arithmétique morale - Histoire naturelle des animaux, 2 ff., 804 pp. avec 22 planches en couleurs ; Tome 7 : Histoire naturelle des animaux, 2 ff., 744 pp. avec 25 planches en couleurs ; Tome 8 : Histoire naturelle des animaux, 2 ff., 746 pp. avec 32 planches en couleurs ; Tome 9 : Histoire naturelle des animaux, 2 ff., 752 1 f. (avis au relieur) avec 29 planches en couleurs ; et Histoire naturelle de Lacépède comprenant les Cétacés, les Quadrupèdes ovipares, les Serpents et les Poissons, Nouvelle édition précédée de l'Eloge de Lacépède par Cuvier avec des notes et la Nouvelle classification de M. A.-G. Desmarest : Tome 1 : 654 pp. avec 19 planches en couleurs ; Tome 2 : 574 pp. et 1 f. n. ch. (avis au relieur) avec 13 planches en couleurs Agréable exemplaire de cette édition peu courante, réunissant les 9 Tomes du Buffon aux 2 Tomes du Lacépède, l'ensemble établi dans une élégante reliure uniforme. Bon ensemble (mouill. aux deux premiers ff. des tome 2 et 9 et 2 du Lacépède, 1 f. un peu faible au tome 4, accroc avec restauration ancienne aux deux ff. de table du tome 7, petite griffure à un mors au tome 8, dos lég. passés, belle fraîcheur intérieure par ailleurs) pour cet exemplaire bien complet des belles planches coloriées - dont 3 planches supplémentaires, non indiquées dans l'avis au relieur du Lacépède - chacune d'elle bien protégée sous ses serpentes d'origine. Français

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        A unique collection of Nicolet's art work for Thomson's publications. Hercule Nicolet is one of the best French natural history artists of the 19th century. The collection comprises 125 original splendid drawings in watercolour and a few in ink. Almost all drawings are signed by the artist. The collection belonged to James Thomson, who had his publications bound in beautiful bindings mostly with his gilt coat of arms, on spines or front covers. For a detailed description of this highly interesting collection see below.

      THOMSON, JAMES. Essai d'une classification de la famille des Cérambycides et matériaux pour servir à une monographie de cette famille. Paris, chez l'auteur, 1860. 8vo (265 x 170mm). pp. xvi, 396, with 3 engraved plates, bound up with the 3 original drawn plates for these plates, all signed by Nicolet, as well as 10 unpublished watercolour plates, signed by Nicolet, for the above work. Contemporary red morocco, gilt coat of arms of Thomson on frontcover, large gilt coleoptera on backcover, richly gilt ornamented spine in 6 compartments, gilt edges. THOMSON, JAMES. Monographie des Cicindélides ou exposé méthodique et critique des tribus, genres et espèces de cette famille. Paris, au Bureau du Trésorier de la Société Entomologique de France, 1857. 4to (305 x 233mm). pp. xvii, 66, (2), with 2 identical frontispieces of which 1 finely handcoloured, and 10 engraved plates of which the first one is an anatomical plate, plates 2 to 10 are in two states, plain and handcoloured. Bound up with: the original splendid watercolour drawing for the frontispiece signed by Nicolet and 13 original watercolour plates, signed by Nicolet, for the 10 plates, plate 3 and 8 are on 2 leaves and plate 5 double (with some minor changes). Added 10 unpublished original watercolour plates signed by Nicolet. Contemporary half red morocco, richly gilt ornamented spine in 5 compartments, with gilt coat of arms of Thomson, gilt edges. THOMSON, JAMES. Monographie de la famille des Monommides de l'ordre des Coléoptères. Paris, chez l'Auteur, 1860. 8vo (260 x 170mm). pp. 38, with 2 handcoloured engraved plates. Added 2 watercolour plates signed by Nicolet for the book and 1 unpublished supplementary watercolour plate. Contemporary green half morocco, gilt coat of arms of Thomson on frontcover, large gilt coleoptera on backcover, richly gilt ornamented spine, gilt edges. THOMSON, JAMES. Archives Entomologiques ou recueil contenant des illustrations d'insectes nouveaux ou rares. Paris, Societé Entomologique de France, 1857-1858. 2 volumes. Royal-8vo (260 x 170mm). pp. 514, (2), with handcoloured engraved frontispiece and 21 engraved plates of which 14 finely handcoloured; pp. 469, (1), with 1 handcoloured engraved frontispiece and 14 handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary half calf, spines with gilt coat of arms of Thomson and gilt ornaments, gilt edges. Added 39 original plates for the above work, of which 34 watercolour drawings and 5 drawings in ink, almost all signed by Nicolet. THOMSON, JAMES. Arcana Naturae ou Receuil d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris, chez J.B. Baillière et Fils, 1859. Folio (390 x 270mm). From this work the following separately published monographs: THOMSON, JAMES. Monographie du genre Spheniscus de la famille des Tenebrionidae. Paris, au bureau du Trésorier de la Société Entomologique de France, 1859. pp. 11, with 2 engraved plates. Added 1 original watercolour drawing signed by Nicolet, covering these 2 plates. Contemporary half red calf, spine with coat of arms of Thomson and his initials J.T. THOMSON, JAMES. Monographie du genre Batocera de la Famille des Cerambycidae. Paris, au bureau du Trésorier de la Société Entomologique de France, 1859. pp. 20, with 3 engraved plates. Added 3 original watercolour drawings, signed by Nicolet. These plates are additional unpublished plates. [And] 2 similar engraved frontispieces to the 'Arcana Naturae' as well as the original splendid watercolour drawing for the frontispiece, signed by the artist. Contemporary red half calf, gilt lettered spine. THOMSON, JAMES. Musée scientifique, ou recueil d'histoire naturelle. Paris, chez l'auteur, 4to. pp. 96, with 9 plates. Of the above work there is no copy in the collection, however 8 of the original watercolour drawings, all signed, are present. The first 4 plates are on one large folio leaf, the remaining are each on one leaf, the original plate 9 is not present. Loose in a portfolio 36 original drawings in watercolour and a few in ink, some probably relating to the above works by Thomson, or to Thomson's publications in periodicals. Many drawings are signed by Nicolet. Added are 8 leaves of handwritten text with several pencil drawings on one leaf, most probably by Nicolet. These drawings are not included in the total count of plates. Hercule Nicolet (1801-1872) was a French-Swiss artist, lithographer, and entomologist. He was a well known lithographer in Neuchâtel and was closely connected to Louis Agassiz. Of Agassiz publications almost all the plates were lithographed by him. This includes Agassiz major works such as 'Etudes sur les Glaciers', 'Les Poissons fossiles', 'Histoire naturelle des poissons d'eau douce de l'Europe centrale'. "Désireux de donner à ses ouvrages une illustration de haute tenue, il s'entoure de dessinateur et de graveurs de talent et suscite la création de l'Atelier de lithographie Nicolet qui produira plus de 2000 planches d'une qualité extraordinaire' (Exhibition catalogue of 'Musée d'histoire naturelle', Neuchâtel, 1983: Louis Agassiz naturaliste romantique? by Dufour & Haenni p. 12). Some of the plates produced by Nicolet belong to the finest portrayals of fossil fishes and living specimens, many of the excellent plates utilise metallic colours (silver, bronze, gold) to convey the appearance of the metallic sheen of scales that has been preserved in the fossil remains as well as livings specimens. When Agassiz left Neuchâtel in March 1846 for America, the 'Institut lithographique'of Hercule Nicolet soon collapsed. In the same year Milne-Edwards asked Nicolet to contribute to the 'Velins du Muséum'. 'Des 1846, Milne Edwards lui demanda sa collaboration artistique à la collection de vélins du Muséum d'Histoire naturelle de Paris' (Cuevas p. 457). A few years later James Thomson (1828-1897) commissioned Nicolet to illustrate most of his work, see the here offered collection. James Thomson was an American entomologist of independent means and lived in France the greater part of his life. He formed a large collection of Cerambycidae, Buprestidae, Cetonidae, and Lucanidae, which he sold to Réne Oberthür. The original watercolour of the frontispiece for the 'Monographie des Cicindélides' has the name of James Thomson beneath the coat of arms held by two cherubs. On the engraved plate the name of James Thomson has been deleted. The same coat of arms, or the lion alone, is present on a number of the books. The quality of the original watercolour plates is extraordinary and belongs to the finest ever made in the field of entomology. His work is breathtaking and the two original watercolour frontispieces one for the 'Cicindélides' and the other for 'Arcana' show his genius as an artist. Nicolet was not only a great artist and lithographer but also an excellent entomologist. His largest publication is the section on arachnids of Gay's 'Historia fisica y politica de Chile', published in 1849. Bonnet in his 'Bibliographia Araneorum' writes of him as follows: "Un important travail sur les arachnides du Chili dans lequel il décrit 297 espèces d'araignées, toutes nouvelles excepté quatre, et dont le plus grand nombre sont en effet maintenues, car il était le premier à décrire des arachnides de ce pays'. Apart from the above work, Nicolet published some more articles, among which his 'Histoire naturelle des Acariens qui se trouvent aux environs de Paris', published in the 'Archives du Muséum'. 'De l'avis des spécialistes, ce dernier travail est tout à fait remarquables et fait encore autorité en la matière' (Cuevas p. 457). Hercule Nicolet was a person of great talents and excelled as an artist, lithographer and scientist. His friend Louis Agassiz was quintessential for his zoological and artistic formation. The present collection is a unique document of the period. See: 'Hercule Nicolet, épisodes redécouverts d'une vie d'artiste naturaliste au XIXème siecle' by Arturo Munoz Cuevas in 'Bol. Soc. Entom. Aragonesa', no. 39 (2006); Favre, L. 'Hercule Nicolet. Lithographe'. Musée Neuchâtelois pp. 130-135; Courvoisier, J. 'Savants, artistes et graveurs: l'atelier d'Hercule Nicolet, lithographe de Louis Agassiz', in 'Aspects du livre neuchâtelois' pp. 433-451); Bonnet, P. 'Bibliographia Araneorum' p. 35.

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        Pescatorea. Iconographie des Orchidées. Avec la collaboration de J.E. Planchon, M.G. Reichenbach, G. Luddemann. Premier volume (all published).

      Bruxelles, M. Hayez, 1860. Folio (450 x 330mm). pp. (vi), with 48 beautifully handcoloured lithographed plates, each plate with an explanatory leaf of text. Contemporary half calf, richly gilt decorated spine with gilt lettering, sides with blind pressed and gilt decorated ornaments and lettering. First edition of this important and attractive work. 'An orchid hunter par excellence, Linden was the first to search the mountainous regions diligently for his orchids. In so doing, he was able to obtain many new cool-temperature plants for his sponsors in Belgium. After ten years in the western hemisphere, Linden returned to Brussels in 1845, where with his son, Lucien, he founded Horticulture Internationale, the first major commercial competitor of the British orchid house Messrs. Sander. The book is named in honour of M. Pescatore of St. Cloud, France, one of the earliest orchid hobbyists on the continent, and whose collection was formed by Linden. The publication was discontinued upon Pescatore's death. The handcoloured lithograph plates were made by F. Detollenaere, after drawings by Maubert (fl. 1840-1860)' (The Orchid observed, n. 16). Jean Linden (1817-1898) was a native of Luxembourg, who still a youth moved to Belgium, to which country he imported more than 1100 different orchid-species. Because of his important contributions to orchid literature, Linden received a number of commendations and honours, and many orchids were named after him. A beautifully bound and very clean copy. The last 5 leaves with tiny inkstain at the outer margin. Great Flower Books p. 65; Nissen BBI, 1196.

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        Campagne de Pièmont et de Lombardie en 1859. Illustrée de gravures sur acier d'après Winterhalter gravées par Ferdinand Delannoy et Wilmann de types militaires par différemtes corps des armées française, sarde et autrichienne dessinés par Ch. Vernier...

      Paris, Garnier frères, 1860.2 parti in un vol. in-4° (278x180mm), pp. XI, 312; 328; legatura del tempo m. pelle color tabacco con titolo e filetti in oro su dorso a nervetti. Piatti in percallina con filettature plurime a secco. Tagli dorati. Complessivamente, 27 tavv. incise su acciaio f.t. (su 28; manca una delle raffigurazioni di uniformi e corpi militari): 3 ritratti (Napoleone III, l'Imperatrice Eugenia e Vittorio Emanuele II), 4 cartine topografiche ripiegate a colori (battaglie di Venezia, Magenta, Solferino, Verona), 5 vedute (battaglia di Magenta, Duomo di Milano, Solferino, Desenzano, ritorno dell'esercito italiano) e 15 tavv. (la maggior parte finemente acquerellate) raffiguranti i vari corpi militari dell'esercito italiano e di quello austriaco, il tutto inciso da Willmann e da Ferdinand Delannoy e disegnato dal grande ritrattista Franz Xaver Winterhalter. Qualche minima fioritura e gora marginale. Perfetto esemplare. Prima edizione di questo importante volume, contemporaneo agli eventi narrati, relativo alla campagna dell'armata francese nell'Italia settentrionale nel 1859. Le carte topografiche a colori raffigurano lo schieramento degli eserciti sui campi di Magenta e di Solferino; seguono le piante delle fortificazioni di Venezia e Verona, 5 vedute (Milano, Desenzano, etc.) e 15 tavole riproducenti le uniformi degli ufficiali e dei soldati delle armate francese, piemontese ed austriaca. Amedeo Gayet de Cesena (Sestri Levante, 1810-post 1880), giornalista e pubblicista, fu redattore principale del "Constitutionnel" e del "Figaro", fondatore del "Courier de Dimanche"; egli mutò il proprio cognome da quello del padre francese, Gayet, a quello della madre, una Cesena di Sestri Levante. Brunet, Table, 8769. Graesse, VIII, p. 170. De Gubernatis, Dict. Internationale des Ecrivains du Jour, I, pp. 573-74.

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        Manuscrit de classification botanique du milieu du XIXe siècle proposant notamment un "Essai de classification du genre Hypnum" [ Contient : ] pp. 1 à 12 : Cryptogames ; pp. 13 à 38 : Agaricus ; pp. 39 à 45 : Sphoeria ; pp. 46 à 50 : Boletus ; pp. 50 à 55 : Pezize ; pp. 55 à 59 : Clavaria : pp. 60 à 61 : Tremella ; pp. 62 à 63 : Hydnum ; pp. 64 à 65 : Thelephora ; pp. 66 à 88 : Merulius ; Lycoperdon, Byssius ; Monilia ; etc / pp. 88 à 129: Mousses / pp. 143 à 158 : "Essai de classification du genre Hypnum par X. / pp. 159 à 226 : Lichens etc. etc. / pp. 227 à 266 : Algues du Botanicon de Duby / pp. 267 à 333 : Additions à la Flore de la Gironde / pp. 346 à 353 : Table des matières / pp. 355 à 388 : Mollusques terrestres et fluviatiles

      1 vol. in-12 reliure demi-basane rouge, 389 pp. manuscrite se décomposant ainsi : pp. 1 à 12 : Cryptogames ; pp. 13 à 38 : Agaricus ; pp. 39 à 45 : Sphoeria ; pp. 46 à 50 : Boletus ; pp. 50 à 55 : Pezize ; pp. 55 à 59 : Clavaria : pp. 60 à 61 : Tremella ; pp. 62 à 63 : Hydnum ; pp. 64 à 65 : Thelephora ; pp. 66 à 88 : Merulius ; Lycoperdon, Byssius ; Monilia ; etc / pp. 88 à 129: Mousses / pp. 143 à 158 : "Essai de classification du genre Hypnum par X. / pp. 159 à 226 : Lichens etc. etc. / pp. 227 à 266 : Algues du Botanicon de Duby / pp. 267 à 333 : Additions à la Flore de la Gironde / pp. 346 à 353 : Table des matières / pp. 355 à 388 : Mollusques terrestres et fluviatiles Impressionnant manuscrit de classification botanique (avec non daté (seconde partie XIXe) rédigé d'une écriture serrée et très lisible (reliure frottée, bon état par ailleurs). Français

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        Monete e Medaglie degli Spinola di Tassarolo, Ronco, Roccaforte, Arquata e Vergnani che serbansi nella R. Università ed in altre collezioni di Genova descritte ed illustrate

      Tipografia sordomuti 1860 Importante e rara monografia sulle monete e le zecche dei feudi degli Spinola, la grande famiglia che tanta influenza ebbe insieme ai Doria sulla storia di Genova e della Liguria. L'Olivieri, bibliotecario della R. Università di Genova, aveva già dato alla luce due anni prima una analoga monografia sulle monete dei Doria. Bel frontespizio litografico a colori e oro con stemma miniato degli Spinola, carta litografata ripiegata con i feudi degli Spinola tra Novi e Serravalle al frontespizio. 22 belle tavole di monete incise su rame f.t. Brossura originale conservata all'interno della rilegatura. In ottavo

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        L'Italie de nos jours.

      Paris, H. Mandeville (p. A. Bourdier et C.), (1860 ca.). 1860 In-4° (278x210mm), pp. (6), 204, (1), bella legatura editoriale in p. percallina blu con titolo in oro al centro del piatto entro cornice istoriata con ricchissime raffigurazioni in oro dei più famosi panorami e monumenti italiani (Rialto e il campanile di San Marco, la Torre di Pisa, San Pietro, il Vesuvio, etc.). Illustrazioni e titolo in oro al dorso; al centro del piatto posteriore, vignetta in oro con la Torre degli Asinelli e la Garisenda a Bologna. Tagli dorati, risguardi gialli (macchioline azzurre alle sguardie). Antiporta incisa su acciaio con veduta di Torino, frontespizio egualmente inciso con veduta delle cascate d Tivoli; 28 altre tavole in acciaio f.t., con suggestive vedute di alcuni dei più celebri scenari della penisola: Nizza, Genova, Milano, la tomba di Sant'Ambrogio, Pavia, Parma, Modena, Bologna, Firenze, Fiesole, il cortile di Palazzo Vecchio, il Battistero di Pisa con la Torre Pendente e la Cattedrale, Livorno, Ponte Sant'Angelo a Roma, San Pietro, Perugia, l'Arco di Traiano ad Ancona, Ferrara, Padova, San Giorgio Maggiore a Venezia, la Sala dei Cinquecento del Palazzo dei Dogi, Vicenza, Verona e la sua Arena, Mantova, Brescia, l'Isola Lecchi nel Lago di Garda, il Lago di Lugano, il Lago di Como. Un capolettera figurato. Bellissimo esemplare, salvo consuete fioriture. Edizione originale di queste impressioni di viaggio in Italia corredate di belle vedute incise su acciaio. Cremonini, n. 168 (elenco ragionato delle tavole con le loro dimensioni). Menichelli, 1389.

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      Perrin Editore Torino 1864Anno di edizione:1864 - Pagine:208 - Lingua:Italiano - Larghezza cm:34,5 - Altezza cm:26 - Tipologia illustrazioni:disegni, a colori, in bianco e nero, a piena pagina, fuori testo - Condizioni del prodotto:Ottime - Tipo copertina:Cartonato - Segni particolari:RARO, Prima Edizione, Presenza di normali macchie di umidità non importanti, Legatura cartonata con piatti marmorizzati - Pos:A01 - RARISSIMA INTROVABILE EDIZIONE ORIGINALE CON 138 PAGINE DI TESTO E 67 LITOGRAFIE IN GRANDE FORMATO di ADAM E PERRIN ORIGINALI A COLORI E B/N -LEGATURA PREGIATA IN OBLUNGO CON TASSELLI E BORCHIE, DORSO IN PELLE CON TASSELLI IN ORO.IN ECCEZIONALE STATO DI CONSERVAZIONE GENERALE. INDICE DEI CAPITOLI : 1 )Prima della spedizione di Garibaldi - 2 )Formazione partenza e sbarco in sicilia della spedizione di garibaldi - 3) Combattimento di Calatafimi 4) Marcia di Garibaldi su Palermo 5) Presa di Palermo 6) Marcia di Garibaldi verso il mezzogiorno della Sicilia 7) Battaglia di Milazzo 8) Sgombro e capitolazione di Messina 9) Passaggio dello stretto e capitolazione di Garibaldi 10 ) Presa di Reggio 11) Marcia e arrivo di Garibaldi a Napoli 12) Il campo di francesco II e gli apparecchi sul Volturno 13 ) Primi scontri d'avamposti sul Volturno, presa di Cajazzo e combattimento di Capua del 19 settembre 14 ) Battaglia del Volturno 15 ) Entrata in linea della riserva la quale dcide della battaglia del 1° Ottobre 16 ) Combattimento di Caserta 17 ) Teatro della guerra nell' Umbria e nelle Marche 18) Principio delle ostilita' dell'esercito Piemontese contro Lamoricière 19 ) Combattimento di Castelfidardo 20 ) Assedio e presa di Ancona 21 ) Combattimento di Isernia 22 ) Investimento della fortezza di Gaeta 23 ) Presa di Gaeta 24 ) Caduta di Messina e di Civitella del Tronto 25 ) Battaglia D'Aspromonte 26) L'itlaia dopo la pace di Villafranca. INDICE DELLE INCISIONI : (1 ) PARTENZA DA GENOVA DI GARIBALDI E DE' SUOI MILLE PER LA SICILIA - ( 2 ) RITRATTO DI GARIBALDI - ( 3 ) BATTAGLIA DI CALATAFIMI- ( 4 ) GENERALE NINO BIXIO - ( 5 ) GENERALE COSENZ - ( 6 ) GENERALE SIRTORIS - ( 7 ) GENERALE MEDICI - ( 8 ) GENERALE TURR- ( 9 ) SBARCO DI GARIBALDI A MARSALA - (10)SCARAMUCCE SICILIANE che attaccano i posti avanzati al fianco sinistro dei napoletani a Milazzo - (11) BATTAGLIONE INGLESE - Appié della torre Rotonda della cittadella di Milazzo - (12) BATTAGLIA DI MILAZZO - (13) GENERALE BOSCO - (14) GARIBALDI - che uccide il capitano di cavalleria napoletana nella carica fatta da quest'ultima presso il ponte di Milazzo - (15) BARRICATE DI PALERMO - (16 ) BOMBARDAMENTO DI PALERMO - ( 17 ) RITIRATA - della truppa napoletana da Salerno dopo la capitolazione - (18 ) DISTRUZIONE - della cittadella di Palermo - ( 19 ) ENTRATA DI GARIBALDI IN MESSINA - ( 20 ) PARTENZA - della prima flottiglia di Garibaldini dal faro di Messina - ( 21 ) PARTENZA - della spedizione Missori dal faro di Messina per sorprendere il forte cavallo - ( 22 ) SBARCO - Della prima flottiglia di Garibaldini presso il forte Scilla - ( 23 ) SBARCO AL CAPO D'ARMI - ( 24 ) PRESA DI REGGIO - ( 25 ) ENTRATA TRIONFALE DI GARIBALDI IN NAPOLI - ( 26 ) ATTACCO DEL VASCELLO NAPOLETANO IL MONARCA DAL TUCKERY , NEL PORTO DI CASTELLAMARE - ( 27 ) COMBATTIMENTO DI CASERTA - ( 28 ) ASSEDIO DI CAPUA - Attacco del Monte S.Angelo - ( 29 ) ASSEDIO DI CAPUA Combattimento di Maddaloni - (30) COMBATTIMENTO DI SESSA - (31 ) CANNONEGGIAMENTO - Sulle truppe nazionali della fortezza di Capua - ( 32 ) BATTAGLIA SUL VOLTURNO. ( 33 ) LA GUERRA SUL VOLTURNO - COMBATTIMENTO A PORTA ROMANA PRESSO SANTA MARIA MAGGIORE - ( 34 ) ARRIVO DEI PIEMONTESI SUL VOLTURNO - ( 35 ) VOTO PER L'ANNESSIONE NELLA SALA DELL'UNIVERSITA' A NAPOLI - ( 36 ) INGRESSO DI VITTORIO EMANUELE A NAPOLI IL 7 NOVEMBRE - ( 37 ) RITRATTO DEL PRINCIPE DI CARIGNANO -( MANCANTE ) ( 38 ) ATTACCO E PRESA DI PERUGIA - ( 39 ) COMBATTIMENTO NELLE VIE DI PERUGIA - (40 ) GENERALE CIALDINI - ( MANCANTE ) ( 41 ) BATTAGLIA DI CASTELFIDARDO - ( 42 ) GENERALE DELLA ROCCA - ( 43 ) FUGA DEL GENERALE LAMORICIERE IN ANCONA ( MANCANTE ) - ( 44 ) ATTACCO DI PESARO ( DAL LATO D'ANCONA ) - (45 ) INVESTIMENTO D'ANCONA - Veduta generale - ( 46 ) AMMIRAGLIO PERSANO - ( 47 ) ASSALTO DI ANCONA E PRESA DI MONTE PELAGO - ( 48 ) COMBATTIMENTO - della flotta contro i tre forti D'Ancona - ( 49 ) ASSALTO - della flotta contro la Lanterna D'Ancona - ( 50 ) COMBATTIMENTO - Della fortezza e dei fortini di Porta Pia contro il lazzaretto - ( 51 ) SCOPPIO DELLA LANTERNA D'ANCONA ( DAL LATO DI MARE ) - ( 52 ) ASSEDIO D'ANCONA . ATTACCO DI PORTA PIA - ( 53 ) ASSEDIO D'ANCONA ESPLOSIONE DELLA POLVERIERA DELLA LANTERNA - ( 54 ) ENTRATA DI VITTORIO EMANUELE IN ANCONA - ( 55 ) PRESA DI MOLA DI GAETA ENTRATA DELLE TRUPPE PIEMONTESI - ( 56 ) ASSEDIO DI GAETA - Evacuazione del sobborgo di Gaeta durante l'armistizio - ( 57 ) BATTERIA AVANZATA - di mortai davanti a Gaeta - ( 58 ) RITRATTO DI FRANCESCO II - ( 59 ) RITRATTO DI MARIA SOFIA - sua moglie - ( 60 ) RITRATTO DEL GENERALE MENABREA - (61 ) RITRATTO DEL GENERALE CAVALLI - ( 62 ) RITRATTO DI BARBIER DE TINAN - (63) FRANCESCO II - che si fa presentare i migliori soldati della batteria Svizzera - ( 64 ) ASSEDIO DI GAETA - ARRIVO A MOLA D'UN PARLAMENTARIO NAPOLETANO PER CHIEDERE UN ARMISTIZIO ONDE SPPELLIRE I MORTI - ( 65 ) ASSEDIO DI GAETA - UNA SORTITA DEI BORBONICI RESPINTA - (66) VEDUTA GENERALE DI GAETA DOPO LA RESA - ( 67 ) PARTENZA DI FRANCESCO II - sulla Mouette dopo la resa di Gaeta - (68) BATTAGLIA D'ASPROMONTE - ( 69 ) IL GENERALE PALLAVICINI ( 70 ) CAPRERA &nbsp

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        Reisen und Forschungen im Amur-Lande in den Jahren 1854-1856 im Auftrage der Kaiserl. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu St. Petersburg. Band I, Zweite Lieferung: Vögel des Amur-Landes.

      St. Petersburg, Eggers und Comp., 1860. 4to (310 x 240mm). pp. 351 (i.e. pp.217-567), with 7 handcoloured lithographed plates. Contemporary half cloth, gilt lettering on spine. A rare work on the ornithology of Siberia and the complete bird section of this important scientific expedition. "After the journeys in Siberia undertaken by Middendorff, interest centred on Eastern Siberia which, as well as Sakhalin, was visited by Schrenck during the years stated on the title. The results of the expedition were published in a work which appeared in 1858-95... The present ornithological section of the work records the results of Maack's journey in 1855, and contributions were also made by the botanist Carl Maximowicz, who took part in the expedition. Althogether 190 species and varieties are treated of, mostly by statements of their measurements and variations, descriptions of their colours, and information about their geographical distribution. The chapter 'Schlussfolgerungen' (pp. 519-565) contains a discussion of zoogeographic questions and the climatic colour variations; migration times observed are tabulated" (Anker 447). B.M. (Nat. Hist.) IV, 1862.

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        Kart over Terrainet omkring Exerceerpladsen Gardermoen efter Generalstabens Recognosceringer i 1859 sammendraget og tegnet i dens topographiske Bureau 1860.

      U. st. U. å. Farvetrykt kart. Brettet. 49 X 52,5 cm.. Klebet opp på lerret. Fint detaljkart over Nannestad og Eidsvoll helt opp til stasjonen

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        The Art of Illuminating as Practised in Europe From the Earliest Times. Illustrated by Borders, Initial Letters and Alphabets, Selected and Chromolithographed by W. R. Tymms. With an Essay and Instructions by M. Digby Wy

      London, Day and Son, 1860. First Edition. Bound in half red leather and red cloth with rules stamped in gilt on the covers and the spine stamped in gilt. Chromolithographed half-title, title, and colophon, with 99 chromolithographed plates. All edges marbled. Marbled endpaper. Cloth is faded. Rubbing to the spine. Some browning. Hard Cover. Book condition: Very good condition

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      18. Very Good. [EHON] Mikuma Katen, artist. KINSEI KIJIN-DEN, 5 vols. Kyoto, Edo & Osaka. n.d. [1860'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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        Corrida de Toros

      Boronat & Satorre Madrid: Boronat & Satorre, ca. 1860. First edition. Hardcover. Recased in modern brown cloth, color Xerox of title page mounted on front cover. Fine/No Dust Jacket. Oblong folio, 29 x 36 cm. Chromolithograph title page, plus 14 chromolithographed plates after paintings by D. Perea. A series of plates depicting in chronological order the ritual of the bullfight, from the capture of the bulls [Encierro de Los Toros] to their demise and removal from the bull ring by mules [Las Mullilas Sacando al Toro]. Captions in Spanish, French and English, produced at the approximate time Manet painted his bull fight scenes. A rare piece of Tauromacy, not located in OCLC, which however does list maps printed by this publisher.

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        RACCOLTA COMPLETA DELLE POESIE INEDITE DI CARLO PORTA. Con aggiunta di altre anonime. Seconda edizione illustrata.

      s.n.t. 1860 In-16 p. (mm. 158x98), brossura orig. azzurra (picc. manc. al dorso), pp. 192. Il frontespizio porta l?indicazione ?Italia? mentre sulla bross. è stampato ?Lugano?. Raccolta di 14 poesie varie, 6 quartine e 50 sonetti. Particolare edizione illustrata da 12 tavv. f.t. inc. su legno, di gusto erotico. (La I ediz. è del 1826). Cfr. Orlando Cecco,27 (che cita anche un?altra ?seconda ediz. illustr.? - Italia, 1860 - di pp. 198, con 11 tavv., identica alla ns. con una aggiunta) - Parenti, p. 232: ?Ristampa milanese illustrata da incisioni dovute probabilmente al Pagnoni?. Esemplare ben conservato.

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        Harrogate manuscript school albums

      St. John's School, Bishop Thornton, Harrogate: 1860-62.. 3 exquisite school manuscript copybooks compiled between 1860 and 1862 by John Alfred Robinson, a pupil at St. John's School, Bishop Thornton, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, when he was aged 11 to 13. The three books between them contain some 175 leaves (350 pages) of neatly written pen and ink mathematical, mercantile and trade problems, questions and answers with section "Chapter" headings illustrated or decorated in a variety of individual styles. Each volume is 7.5 x 9.5 inches, 20 x 25 cms, and bound in marbled boards, roan leather corners and spines, bindings a touch worn but firm and without damage. At least some of the practical problems set out within the various sections in the books are transcribed word-for-word from Francis Walkingame's "The Tutor's Assistant" and Michael Walsh's "A New System of Mercantile Arithmetic", each of which ran to several editions in the mid-1800s.Well executed and complete early Victorian school copybooks are rare; sets of three from consecutive years from one single identified pupil from a known school seldom come onto the market.Although at school in Bishop Thornton, John Alfred Robinson lived at Warsill, a nearby village, being the son of John and Mary Robinson. Little is known of his subsequent life beyond that he had musical ability from an early age playing piccolo and fiddle and that he became reasonably prosperous and well-settled. A photograph album owned and annotated by his grand-children's family in the 1930s (providing much opportunity for further research, included in this collection and containing one or two photographs of him) shows that in later life he lived at Strawberrydale Lodge, Harrogate, before dying in 1933, aged 84. (Price includes postage UK)

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        Les Danseuses de L'Opera: Costumes des Principaux Ballets

      Les Modes Parisiennes Paris: Les Modes Parisiennes, ca. 1860. Alophe, Menut. Les Danseuses de L'Opera: Costumes des Principaux Ballets. Paris: Les Modes Parisiennes, [ca. 1860]. Quarto. Original green wrappers, glassine. Glassine frayed, wrappers chipped a little at spine. A stain of blue ink affects the gutter margin at the bottom, plates are not affected. Very slight foxing to a few plates. Complete with 14 lithographs, colored by hand. Included are beautiful depictions of Taglioni, Rosati, Ferraris, Zina Richard, Marquet , Fiocre, Cassegrain, Emarote, Emma Livry, Caroline Plunkett, Vibon, and Lefevre. Les Danseuses de L'Opera is considered to be among the most charming of 19th century ballet prints. An elegant simplicity infuses the portraits. The prints are carefully hand colored and some are heightened in gold. The portfolio was published by Les Modes Parisiennes, the foremost fashion publication of the time. The prints provide an excellent look at the ballet costumes of the time which were then greatly influenced by national and folk dress. The complete portfolio is rare. Marie-Alexander "Menuet" Alophe (1912-1863) was an important Parisian painter and lithographer who did numerous albums and portraits. While he was most at home illustrating the fashionable life of Paris, he also was commissioned to do portraits of the royal family. Toward the end of his career, he founded an important photographic studio (Benezit). References: DDM 43; Leslie, no. 7; Magrile, 188; Niles & Leslie I., 7.

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        Two tintype stereographs taken at Saratoga Springs of Morton family

      Saratoga Springs ca. 1860 1875 [Saratoga Springs, ca. 1860-1875]. Images 2 3/4 x 2 1/8 in.; mounted in standard 3 x 7 card. Tintype stereographs in card viewing sleeves with gilt paint frames; stamp on recto of one sleeve, "Taken at Saratoga Springs [...] by A.E. Alden, Artist. From Providence, R.I.". In red cloth wallet, with original snap, gilt lettered "Dr. Lawrence J. Morton. Saratoga", with some internal wear; images fine with exceptional contrast for tintypes; sleeves in very good condition with just slight edgewear . Alden was active in the 1860's and 1870's with studios in Springfield, MA and Providence, RI. Here he captures members of the Morton family, in fine dress; they are most likely on holiday enjoying Saratoga's races and spas. Iron was an unusual medium for the stereograph and is accordingly rare today. "The ferrotype [tintype] is the rarest form of stereograph" (Darrah, p. 16). A charming record of 19th century souvenir photography, complete with the original owner's wallet case

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        Kaladlit assilialiait / Grønlandske Træsnit. [Greenlandic Woodcuts].

      39 + 2 woodcuts printed in Godthaab, in the printing office of the inspectorate, by L. Møller and R. Berthelsen, 1860. 26,5 x 20,7 cm. 26 leaves. Rebacked with paperlabel, loose. First and last leaf a little worn on edges, last 2 leaves with tears in margin and one plate a little worn in margin, but still a nice and attractive copy. In modern cloth-box with leatherlabels on spine.. After the publishing of "Grønlandske Folkesagn" [Greenlandic Legends], Rink wanted to draw further attention to the existence of the Greenlandic printing house and the artistic ability of the native Greenlanders. So, as he writes to C.C. Rafn (translater of the Icelandic sagas) may 11, 1860, he had made a publication called "Grønlandske Træsnit" [Greenlandic Woodcuts]. It was published in a French, English and Danish versions. We know from Rink's archives, that only 50 copies were made of the French and the English version, and there is no reason to believe that any more was printed in the Danish edition as most of the woodcuts were known from the Legends. Except from the first 9 woodcuts, which are of ethnographic interest, all the woodcuts come from the "Grönlandske Folkesagn" [The Greenlandic Legends]. The title-vignette, which shows the church, the training college, and the inspector residence, was until 1899 used as "head" on the newspaper "Atuagagdliutit". All the woodcuts are done by native Greenlanders, most of them by Aron from Kanqueq and Rasmus Bertelsen.Nothing indicates an income from sale of the publication in the archives of Rink and it is therefore presumable that they were given as gifts to make publicity for the printing office

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        The Complete Angler Or The Contemplative Man's Recreation Being A Discourse Of River Fish-ponds Fish And Fishing Written By Izaak Walton And Instructions How To Angle For A Trout Or Grayling In A Clear Stream By Charles

      London, Nattali and Bond, 1860. Second Edition. Bound in half-leather and marbled boards with the title stamped in gilt on the spine along with four panels decorated in gilt. Spines have five raised bands. Marbled endpapers. Foxing throughout. Top edge gilt. Book condition: Very good condition

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