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2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:30
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:27
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:27
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:27
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:22:26
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:21:14
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:19:46
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 21:19:00
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 19:55:52
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 19:55:41
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-13 06:31:18
QUEEN VICTORIA
1862. Presentation copy, inscribed by Queen Victoria to Major General E. Sabine. 8vo, engraved portrait frontispiece, original cream pebble-grained cloth, lettered and ruled in gilt, 'Albert' in gilt on the front cover below his arms in gilt, t.e.g. A fine, moving presentation copy to Sabine, ?for whom the great and good Prince had a high regard? ?from the beloved Prince's brokenhearted widow?, dated Jan. 4th 1863, from Osborne (Prince Albert had died just over a year before, on 14 December 1861). London, John Murray. 1862. Two editions of the Prince Consorts Speeches were published by the Society of Arts in 1857, and several times reprinted thereafter. This edition contains additional speeches and a memorandum in reference to the office of Commander-in-Chief. With three items tipped in: a letter from Elphinstone to Sabine introducing the gift; a draft letter of heartfelt thanks from Sabine to Elphinstone; and an additional copy of the latter. ?It would be vain to attempt to express the mingled feelings of gratitude and of sorrow with which I read the inscription. The volume will ever be my most valued possession.? Edward Sabine was an Irish geophysicist, astronomer, ornithologist, and explorer. He became the 30th President of the Royal Society between in 1861. ?Sabine regretted the untimely death of Prince Albert, an enthusiastic patron of the cultured world, who valued the role of science and technology in Britain. and endorsed the Royal Society's place in the established scheme of things? (Janet Browne, Charles Darwin, p.268) Usual offsetting of engraved frontispiece and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-06-12 16:56:04
n/a
n/a, 1862. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): Biograficheskie ocherki lic, izobrazhennyh na pamyatnike tysyacheletiya Rossii, vozdvignutom v g. Novgorod. / Biographical sketches of persons depicted on the monument of the Millennium of Russia, erected in Novgorod. 1862. . . Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. Land of Magazines has thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. SKUMS000529 kn_kl Language: n/a
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-06-12 14:57:49
WORKINGTON, Angelina.]
[England?, 1867], 1862. Manuscript on paper, in English, small 4to (23.5 x 19.5 cm), ff. [32] + blanks, on thick paper, most leaves with tissue guards to rectos; illustrated with 5 elegant pen drawings and 1 photograph (showing coastline); neatly written in a single hand in brown, red, blue and green ink; title and several other pages elaborately decorated in colour and gilt, title with border featuring a peacock, first page of text with initial enclosing portrait of 'Slatey Hughes', several decorative initials; dedication leaf reads, 'To a very dear uncle, in grateful remembrance of all his loving care of a lonely niece 1867'; very well preserved in contemporary brown morocco, gilt lettering to spine and upper cover, covers ruled and stamped in gilt and black to a panel design, gilt turn-ins, purple silk moiré endpapers, gilt gauffered edges; extremities rubbed; inscription to front flyleaf 'Isabella Slater January 1st 1862 from W.S.A charmingly written and illustrated manuscript, of humorous prose and poetry, produced by a young lady for her uncle as a memento of their trip together to North Wales in the summer of 1867. The author identifies herself as 'Angelina Workington' and her uncle as 'Slatey Hughes Esquire'. Written in archaic language – befitting the medieval style of its decoration – the first part of the manuscript provides a quirky account of their trip. When his sleep is troubled, Hughes seeks medical advice, receives a delightful mock prescription listing places in North Wales he should visit ('Tinct. Capel Curig, Spir. Ffos noddyn' etc.), and promptly catche … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2019-06-12 09:17:59
William Harrison Ainsworth
Chapman and Hall, 1862. Click here to see our other books! The Lord Mayor of London or City Life in the Last Century William Harrison Ainsworth 1862 Chapman and Hall : London 7.5" by 5" ix, 304pp; vi, 302pp; vi, 316pp SUMMARY The first edition of this uncommon historical novel by Ainsworth. Fine Binding,First Edition,Leather Binding,Uncommon Overall Condition: Near Fine This book weighs 1.5 KG when packed UK Postage: £ FREE POSTAGE US Postage: £ 23.99 EU Postage: £ 18.99 European Postage: £ 19.99 Asia Postage: £ 31.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 32.99 DESCRIPTION Direct from the library of the late Hugh Selbourne MD (1906-1973) a noted book collector and diarist. Beautifully bound, in a tree calf zaehnsdorf binding. One of William Harrison Ainsworth's more difficult to source novels as it is quite uncommon. No half titles called for, collated complete. William Harrison Ainsworth was a popular historical novelist. A lawyer by trade, he eventually discovered that law was not for him and turned to writing. He wrote 39 novels of varying historical tales and contexts. He found fame through Rookwood in 1834 which featured Dick Turpin as its leading character. The Lord Mayor of London was published halfway through Ainsworth's flourishing career. CONDITION In a tree calf zaehnsdorf binding. Externally, excellent with some minor shelfwear to the spines and extremities. Small loss to the head of volume I. Zaehnsdorf binder's stamp to verso of front endpaper to all volumes. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright with the odd spot throughout, slightly heavier to the endpapers. Overall Con … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2019-06-11 21:27:58
Emile Baudement
Imprimerie Impériale, Paris, 1862. 2 volumes in-4 format oblong, reliure demi chagrin d'époque, gardes marbrées. Edition originale de cet ensemble complet de ses 5 cartes gravées réhaussées dans le volume de texte et de ses 87 planches gravées d'après des photographies de Nadar ou des tableaux de Rosa & Isidore Bonheur, Emile Van Marcke, J. Mélin.A noter quelques inévitables rousseurs sinon ensemble en très bel état. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie du Bacchanal [Béziers, France]
2019-06-11 12:13:06
RITSCHL, Friedrich
Berlin: Georg Reimer, 1862. Large folio (580 x 410 mm; 22.5 x 16 inches). vii, [2], [2]-127 pages. 96 lithographs mounted on guards, of which 12 double-page, and two tri-fold. Publisher's cloth-backed boards, untrimmed. Inkstamp on title, plate 34 separated from guard, some light wear at sheet edges, somehat shaken and leaned, but overall a clean copy in original condition. Item #404975 FIRST EDITION, of the first volume in the 'Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum': "The most extensive corpus of Latin inscriptions is the Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL). Initiated by Theodor Mommsen in 1853, its first volume was published a decade later, and new parts of the corpus are still being prepared and published over 150 years later... From the start, it had the ambitious aim of publishing all Latin inscriptions, as an extension of the project initiated in 1815 by the Royal Prussian Academy of Sciences for publishing all Greek classical inscriptions as Corpus Inscriptionum Graecarum" (Cambridge Manual of Latin Epigraphy). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: hudsonriverbooks [Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, US]
2019-06-10 20:47:27
ROSSETTI, Christina
London: Macmillan and Company, 1862. First edition, first printing. Publisher's original gilt ruled blue cloth with titles in gilt to the spine. Brown coated endpapers. Frontispiece and illustrated title page by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Tissue guard. 16pp publisher's catalogue to the rear. A very good copy, the binding firm with short splits at the head of the spine folds and minor fraying at the extremities. The contents are entirely complete, without loose or torn pages and other than some light spotting to the tissue guard and prelims, clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. An excellent example in entirely original condition. Christina Rossetti's first book, and the first publication of her experimental poem, an acknowledged classic of Victorian literature, admirers of which included Algernon Charles Swinburne, Alfred Lord Tennyson and Lewis Carroll (whose Alice's Adventures In Wonderland is said to have been partially inspired by it). Provenance: Collection of Alan Clodd; sold by Maggs Bros; private UK collection. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LUCIUS BOOKS (ABA, ILAB, PBFA) [York, United Kingdom]
2019-06-10 17:56:05
Kettell, Thomas P.
WORCESTER, MASS, 1862 Published by L STEBBINS Binding: HARD BACK Size: 6X9 Overall Condition is: FAIR History of The Great Rebellion from its commencement to its close, giving an account of its orogin, the secession of the southern states. and the formation of the conferate goverment, the conventration of the military and financial resources of the federal goverment; wtih over 125 engravings including 90 portraits of prominent statesment, military and naval officeers, and 20 fill page battle and other scenes, on steel illustrating the varied and exciting scenes of the war, with numerous maps, giving the location of all important military points; Furnished to Subscribers only both volume gold gilt decorative covers with title on spine; rubbing, fading and wear to all book covers and corners; some fraying; previous owner markings in pencil on front end page; gold gilt rubbed and worn on both books some tearing along spine cover; volume one (book is coming away from the cover); volume one (two volumes bound as one)- from pages 1 thru 408, copyright 1862 - color frontispiece; volume two - from page 409 thru 806; copyright 1863 three volume set in two volumes.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, US]
2019-06-10 14:34:26
JESSOP, William R.H., M.A.
Richard Bentley London 1862.. 2 volumes, 8vo. original dec. cloth hardcovers. pp.259,322. Good condition, a few chips on the spines, rubbing to spine edges with some small cracks on the edge of volume one. Bookplates inside front covers, hinges cracked but still holding together. Repair to front endpaper near hinge. .
Bookseller: Dial-A-Book [NARRABEEN, NSW, Australia]
2019-06-09 07:49:47
MARAMOCCHI, F. C. - MARTINI, GASPARE
Sebastian Franco e Figli, Torino, 1862. Quarto (30.5x23 cm). - 2 pages, 83 full-page maps, many folding, most of them colored. - Half-leather, dark green boards; spine with $ raised bands, and with decorations and title in gilt. - Upper corner of back cover lacks a 3x1 cm piece, end-papers with some soilied spots. - EXTREMELY RARE: WorldCat locates only 3 copies (College de France, Paris; Sovereign Military Order of Malta, Rome; Biblioteca Civica de Rovereto, Rovereto, Italy) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bibliophilia [Tampa, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-06-09 04:55:32
1862. Wenn Sie von dem US Marktplatz bestellen, können für die Pakete Steuern und Zollgebühren anfallen, die der Käufer später tragen muss. 1862 Matz Landkarte der Amerikanischer Bürgerkrieg Siege von Corinth, Das Datenblatt dieses Produkts wurde ursprünglich auf Englisch verfasst. Unten finden Sie eine automatische Übersetzung ins Deutsche. Sollten Sie irgendwelche Fragen haben, kontaktieren Sie uns. 1862-Matz-Karte von der amerikanischen Bürgerkrieg-Belagerung von Corinth, Mississippi WIR VERKAUFEN NUR ORIGINAL ANTIKE KARTEN - KEINE REPRODUKTIONEN Titel: Karte des Landes zwischen Monterey, Tenn. Und Korinth, Frl. zeigt die Linien der Schanzen gemacht und die Routen, gefolgt von der US-Truppen unter dem Kommando von Generalmajor Gen'l. Halleck, US-Armee, in deren Vormarsch nach Korinth, im Mai 1862. Beschreibung: Dies ist eine eigene Ausgabe von Otto H. Matz aus dem Jahr 1862, die die Bewegungen der Truppen unter dem Kommando von Generalmajor Henry Halleck, die zur Einnahme von Korinth, Mississippi im Mai 1862 während des amerikanischen Bürgerkriegs, führte. Die Karte zeigt die Region von Cane Creek und dem Tuscumbia River über Springer, Tennessee und Johnston, Mississippi und von Monterey, Tennessee bis zum George-Gehöft in Mississippi. Auf der Veranschaulichen des Vormarsches der drei Armeen unter dem Kommando von General Halleck ist jede Route aus der Nähe nach Korinth beschriftet, zusammen mit Wegpunkten zwischen den beiden Städten, wo jede Armee aufhörte, um Befestigungen zu errichten. Sowohl die Befestigungsanlagen der Union als auch die Eidgenossen sind illustriert, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Geographicus Rare Antique Maps (geographicusmaps) [11221, US]
2019-06-08 15:35:57
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-08 15:14:13
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-08 15:14:13
John Gould
London, 1862. This remarkable folio ithograph with hand-finished color is from the esteemed John Gould’s "Birds of Great Britain" published between 1862 and 1873. This particular lithograph is from an early issue of the work before some problems to the stones occurred (such as the snowy owl stone broke and affected the quality in later editions). --- "Birds of Great Britain" allowed Gould to cultivate his aesthetic style. He created very appealing compositions often featuring nests and young with the adult species and intricate backgrounds. Gould realized that the artistry would make this work far more intriguing than its predecessor Birds of Europe and thus introduced 750 copies. "Birds of Great Britain" remains vastly popular today. John Gould created nearly 3000 hand-colored plates of animals in his extensive career. Gould gained much of his knowledge by observation and experience and contributed greatly to scientific knowledge at the time. Gould is believed to have done the original sketches for all of the plates. He utilized many talented artists to help create the finished lithograph including his wife Elizabeth Coxen Gould, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, William Hart, and H. C. Richter. Even at the time of publication, Gould’s plates were very expensive and only sold to a small set of subscribers. Due to the limited subscriber list, the plates remain rare and of high value for collectors today. --- The work is in excellent condition overall. There may be occasional fox marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-07 09:22:56
1862. Condition: Gut. Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind etwas staubschmutzig/ berieben; Einbandkanten sind leicht bestossen; der Buchzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 8 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ALTSCHRIFT! Artikeldetails Entscheidungen des Kantonsgerichts und der Kassationsbehörde im Jahr 1862-1935 (gebunden in 8 Bänden) 1862 ff.. gebundene Ausgabe Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 1487167 Bemerkungen: Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind etwas staubschmutzig/ berieben; Einbandkanten sind leicht bestossen; der Buchzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 8 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ALTSCHRIFT! Schlagworte: mfbEUR 550,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands ACHTUNG: Innerhalb Deutschlands versende ich auf Rechnung; Sie brauchen keine Vorkasse leisten. Erhalten Sie von mir das, was Sie bei mir bestellt haben, so überweisen Sie den Kaufpreis bitte innerhalb von 3 Tagen auf mein angegebenes Konto. Sollten Sie wider Erwarten nicht zufrieden sein, so senden Sie bitte das Buch innerhalb von 3 Tagen an mich zurück. Risikoloser kann man nicht kaufen ! B … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Petra Gros Versandantiquariat (besser-kochen) [Koblenz, DE]
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