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2020-02-16 06:38:44
(Très RARE) - 1863 POMOLOGIE de la FRANCE (Les POIRES) Pomologie de la France ou Histoire et Description de tous les Fruits cultivés en France et admis par le Congrès Pomologique Institué par la Société Impériale d'Horticulture pratique du Rhône En 2 Tomes Imprimerie et Lithographie de J. Nigon à Lyon en 1863 et 1864 Traité sur les POIRES. Chacune fait l'objet d'une description extrêmement précise de plusieurs pages, et d'une très belle lithographie en pleine page. Le Tome 1 décrit 60 variétés de Poire, Le Tome 2 décrit 50 variétés de Poire. Soit un total de 110 variétés décrites avec les 110 planches de lithographie. Reliures à dos toilé. Plats marbrés. Usure d'usage et coin du 4ème plat du Tome 2 manquant. Intérieur très bien. Format : 30 x 20 cm - Epaisseur : 6 cm pour les 2 tomes.
Bookseller: livre52200 [LANGRES, FR]
2020-02-15 22:31:20
Charles Dickens
1863. as shown and described below. Welcome to another Great item from SYOTTOYS and thanks for stopping by, after you have looked at this one, why not sit back, grab your favorite drink and spend some time checking out all the wonderful things I have to offer. just click above. NOTE: I will always combine items to save you shipping cost. DESCRIPTION OF ITEM THIS ITEM IS------This is several items bound together, and includes Charles Dickens ( Christmas 1863 Mrs Lirriper's Lodgings [48pgs], Christmas 1864 Mrs Lirriper's Legacy [48pgs], Christmas 1865 Doctor Marigold's Prescriptions [48pgs], Christmas 1866 Mugby Junction [48pgs], Christmas 1867 No Thoroughfare [48pgs]), and then Once a Week (dec 1, 1865 the Christmas Number w THE THRONE OF THE WINTER KING [80pgs]), Once a week (dec 2, 1867 the Christmas Number w THE GUEST MEAL[64pgs]), Once a Week 1868 the Christmas Number w ONCE A YEAR edited by E S Dallas (note: this one has a fold out illustration but is missing part as shown in my photos[80pgs]). some spotting at the beginning and a small tear at the bottom of the first blank page (see my 3rd photo), wear to covers as shown and a bit of tearing at the top of the spine. I PACK well and fast, check my feedback for any concerns, why not join the family of happy winners. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- the scale shown behind the item is in inches so you can tell the size of the object. AS S … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: showmeyourpapers [Tilton, New Hampshire, US]
2020-02-15 18:33:22
[Civil War]
[New York, 1863. Broadside, 25 x 19 1/4 inches, with a woodcut map taking up much of the upper half. Mild soiling, some creasing, minor edge chipping, a few short closed marginal tears, a few small holes at top margin. Modern tape reinforcements on verso. Good. A rare broadside produced as propaganda during the 1863 New York state elections, which followed on the heels of the New York City Draft Riots. The most prominent feature is the large persuasive map of the United States, with the "so-called Confederate States," and showing the Confederate holdings as of August, 1863. These lands include the light gray cross-hatched area, indicating the regions occupied by the Union (including the newly-admitted state of West Virginia). These are described as "the States and Territories claimed by Jeff. Davis, and over which for a considerable period his Rebel arms were triumphant, but which have been wrested from him by our heroic soldiers." The territory still under Confederate control is shaded in black, but optimistically described as "not yet repossessed by Union forces." Ultimately, the large map shows that "more than two-thirds of the rich domain of Treason has been recovered." The broadside was produced to allay the fears of voters by showing them how overwhelming the Union victories had been thus far in the war, along with countering Copperhead attacks on the war effort. In the text just below the map, the criticisms of New York Governor Horatio Seymour, including a speech he delivered at a Democratic meeting in which he "threatened the administration with rebellion in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [United States]
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2020-02-15 13:32:07
REID, Captain Mayne.
London Charles James SKeet, 1863. First edition; slim 8vo; engraved frontispiece of a croquet lawn, age-toned, a few light spots, hinges split but firm, otherwise internally very good; publisher's limp pinkish-orange beaded cloth, gilt lettering to front cover, rubbed, a few marks, otherwise still bright and in very good condition. A very rare, first edition, we know of no other currently on the market. Drazin A8a; Sadleir 2020; Wolff 5732. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2020-02-15 11:51:08
Antique 1863 Old and New Testament Bible Marriott New York Inscribed 1865. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail Bible is leather on outside, edges of pages have golden color cover is to Marriott family name. Beautiful bible - dimensions are on photos. If you have any questions let me know.
Bookseller: Style_is_Habit (habit_style) [Austin, Texas, US]
2020-02-15 03:11:14
[Civil War]
[N.p., likely Richmond, 1863. Printed broadside, 16 x 5 3/4 inches. Original folds, minor separations at crossfolds. Light foxing, old faint tideline in upper edge. Very good. A rare Confederate imprint in the form of a broadside playbill advertising a Christmas Eve theatrical and musical performance by captured Union officers held inside Libby Prison at Richmond, Virginia. The Union prisoners had organized themselves into a troupe called the "Libby Prison Minstrels." The program is divided into three parts, with each part listing the names of the performers, their instrument of choice, song titles, or type of dance. In the second and third portions of the show, certain members of the troupe participated in three theatrical presentations entitled, "Rival Lovers," "Countryman in a Photograph Gallery," and "Masquerade Ball." The whole is concluded with something called the "Grand Walk- Around." The cost to attend the performance is noted as "FREE - Children in Arms Not Admitted." The broadside is signed at bottom by "Adjt. R.C. Knaggs, Business Agent." Robert Clark Knaggs, a Michigan officer and prisoner at Libby, would later manage Gunther's Libby Prison War Museum in Chicago (whose records are held by the Chicago History Museum). An important aspect of the present broadside lies in the fact that so many of the prisoners inside Libby Prison are identified here by name. The program manager Lt. G.W. Chandler fought under General Farnsworth at Gettysburg, where he was captured and sent to Libby. More interesting still is the story of the treasurer listed here, H.W. Sawy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [United States]
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2020-02-14 21:49:08
Whistler, James McNeill (1834-1903)
1863. Etching and Drypoint printed in brown ink on ivory lai paper. Kennedy 91, iv/iv, MacDonald 91; T.82, Wedmore 82, Glasgow 99. Rare in this early state. Signed with the signature butterfly and "imp" in pencil on the tab lower left. Ex. Collection Gerstenberg, Lugt 2785 with his stamp on the verso.Trimmed to the platemark as usual. 13.2 cm. x 21 cm. (5 1/4 x 8 1/4).
Bookseller: L'Estampe Originale [United States]
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2020-02-14 21:49:08
Whistler, James McNeill (1834-1903)
Etching and Drypoint printed in brown ink on ivory lai paper. 1863. Kennedy 91, iv/iv, MacDonald 91; T.82, Wedmore 82, Glasgow 99. RARE in this early state. Signed with the signature butterfly and "imp" in pencil on the tab lower left. Ex. Collection Gerstenberg, Lugt 2785 with his stamp on the verso.Trimmed to the platemark as usual. 13.2 cm. x 21 cm. (5 1/4 x 8 1/4).In fine condition [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: L'Estampe Originale [United States]
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2020-02-14 11:28:05
DICKENS, Charles
London: Chapman and Hall [W. S. Johnson for Cricket on the Hearth], 1863, 1867, 1845. Together three volumes: two octavos in original blue wrappers, and one duodecimo in original plain printed wrappers. Housed together in a felt-lined blue solander box. General light soiling and wear to wrappers, some light toning and creasing to contents, yet still very good, well-preserved copies. First editions of two of Dickens publications, as the extra Christmas issue of the magazine All the Year Round: Mrs Lirriper's Lodgings, 1863, and No Thoroughfare, 1867; offered together with the first edition of the stage adaptation of The Cricket on the Hearth, being Albert Smith's adaptation, which opened at the Lyceum Theatre on the same day (20 December 1845) as the book was published. Eckel p.196; Gimbel C96.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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2020-02-13 08:48:01
Richmond: William F. Ritchie, Public Printer, 1863. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fair binding. Most of the official legislative acts passed by the General Assembly and House of Delegates of Virginia, CSA, from 1861 to 1863. With all but one of the collected Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia listed in Parrish and Willingham (lacking 4389, of 4385-4391), and with almost half of the Journals of the House of Delegates (4615, 4615, 4620, and 4621 present, of 4615-4622). A full list of titles, in which volumes, is listed below. First volume with usual wear and scuffing to the sheepskin binding, and foxing to the preliminaries; quarter leather. Second volume with toning to the text, lacking front endpaper, and minor scuffing to the spine; quarter leather. Third volume with joints fully cracked but holding, and toning to the text; quarter leather. Fourth volume with soiling to the drab paper boards, wear and toning to the cloth spine, remnants of paper label, and varying toning to the text; quarter cloth. Fifth volume with minor toning to the endpapers and leather spine; quarter leather. Sixth volume with soiling and wear to the binding, remnants of the paper label, foxing to the endpapers; quarter cloth. Seventh volume with scattered dampstaining to the text, lacking front endpaper, usual wear and soiling to the binding; quarter cloth, with worn paper label. ~~v. 1: Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, Passed in 1861, in the Eighty-Fifth Year of the Commonwealth. PW 4385~~v. 2: Journal of the House of Delegates of the State of Virginia, for t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc. [United States]
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2020-02-13 08:48:01
William F. Ritchie, Public Printer, 1863. Hard Cover. First Edition. Most of the official legislative acts passed by the General Assembly and House of Delegates of Virginia, CSA, from 1861 to 1863. With all but one of the collected Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia listed in Parrish and Willingham (lacking 4389, of 4385-4391), and with almost half of the Journals of the House of Delegates (4615, 4615, 4620, and 4621 present, of 4615-4622). A full list of titles, in which volumes, is listed below. First volume with usual wear and scuffing to the sheepskin binding, and foxing to the preliminaries; quarter leather. Second volume with toning to the text, lacking front endpaper, and minor scuffing to the spine; quarter leather. Third volume with joints fully cracked but holding, and toning to the text; quarter leather. Fourth volume with soiling to the drab paper boards, wear and toning to the cloth spine, remnants of paper label, and varying toning to the text; quarter cloth. Fifth volume with minor toning to the endpapers and leather spine; quarter leather. Sixth volume with soiling and wear to the binding, remnants of the paper label, foxing to the endpapers; quarter cloth. Seventh volume with scattered dampstaining to the text, lacking front endpaper, usual wear and soiling to the binding; quarter cloth, with worn paper label. ~~v. 1: Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, Passed in 1861, in the Eighty-Fifth Year of the Commonwealth. PW 4385~~v. 2: Journal of the House of Delegates of the State of Virginia, for the Session of 1861-62. PW 4 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Black Swan Books Inc (blackswan.books) [Richmond, Virginia, US]
2020-02-13 08:43:10
Extremely RARE, One-Of-A-Kind 33rd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry 1863 Civil War Diary - Andrew J. Boies Sept 11th - Dec 31st 1863 Battles of Wauhatchie & Lookout Mountain & much more! Extremely Detailed Accounts! 15.5 Full Diary Pages (31 sides of pages) Approximately 4,500+ Words!! True One-Of-A-Kind Civil War Diary/Journal. Battle of Wauhatchie was one of the only Civil War Battles fought exclusively at night! Condition (scale 1-10) - Overall - 7.0 - 2.5" x 3.875" diary; Very Good, Used Condition for a diary carried by a soldier during the Civil War. Cover - 4.0 - Fair - appears to be a carved bone cover; cracked & pieces missing in some spots; wear & staining of green material inside; cover detached from diary pages (please see photos). Interior/Diary Pages - 8.0 - Very Good; pages written in PENCIL; overall clean & crisp with some smudges, dirt, tears, bends, or marks on some pages • Diary of Andrew J. Boies; was in the Battle at Gettysburg. (He wrote a pretty famous book, Record of the Thirty-Third Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry from Aug. 1862 to Aug. 1865, from his diaries; this is only from a short period, but what is interesting is where the original diary differs slightly from his book. For instance, the diary starts Sept. 11th after a furlough. In his book, he does NOT mention that he went home!) • His handwriting is fairly easy to read except where occasionally smudged. • Pages overall clean & crisp with some smudges, dirt, or marks on some pages. PLEASE see the photos for the most accurate, objective description of the condition. Short Excerpts - less than … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Health and History (senft) [Hanover, Pennsylvania, US]
2020-02-12 17:43:16
CERVANTES || DORÉ, Gustave
L. Hachette Et Cie, Paris, 1863. Pleine percaline éditeur Deux volumes grand in Folio (430x313 mm), frontispice, (4)-xxiv-460-ii pages et 61 planches hors texte / frontispice, (4)-516-ii pages et 57 planches. Un petite tache au premier plat Rousseurs, une déchirure anciennement restaurés au tome 2 Premier tirage. Célèbre et monumentale publication, ornée en premier tirage de 120 hors-texte et de 250 vignettes dans le texte, le tout gravé sur bois d'après Gustave Doré. Le Don Quichotte est considéré comme l'un des chefs-d'œuvre de Doré : une science très aboutie de l'utilisation de la lumière et de l'ombre est à l'œuvre et souligne tous ces aspects du personnage. De même une utilisation savante des perspectives permet à Doré des mises en scène théâtrales et dramatiques. Avec ses plans panoramiques, son découpage de l'espace, ses cadrages de personnages, ses effets de lumière, Doré a mis au point un langage des images qui préfigure celui des grandes épopées cinématographiques mettant en scène, elles aussi, des cavaliers pauvres et solitaires qui cheminent vers l'horizon. : « Vous en sortez ébloui, éperdu, haletant, brisé, roussi », confie Edmond About à la « Revue de Paris ». Leblanc [in. Catalogue de L'Oeuvre Complet de Gustave Doré, 67-68 : « Doré avait rapporté de son voyage en Espagne une suite d'admirables dessins à la plume qu'il a prodigués dans cet ouvrage. Le côté héroïque et chevaleresque de Don Quichotte a été respecté et l'artiste n'en a pas accusé le côté ridicule au delà de certaines limites. Et comment ne pas admirer l'art avec lequel il a traité le type de San … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2020-02-12 12:51:12
Dunant, Henry (1828-1910)
Genève: 1863. 12mo. Modern percaline with label on spine. 58pp. lacking pp. 27-28.OCLC Number: 6600680. Microfilm only on OCLC. Rare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-02-12 07:08:11
TSUTSUI, Toshimine, artist
1863. Brush, pen (?), & ink, many with background underdrawings in red ink. Approximately 200 drawings, ranging from 350 x 260 mm. to ca. 230 x 165 mm., all on fine tissue paper, many of the drawings bound in three large & two smaller albums, and some loose; three bound albums of artist's proofs. Occasional minor staining, but in fine condition. Several are signed by Tsutsui & dated, a few with his printed seal. [Japan: late Meiji].An important archive of drawings and artist's proofs by Tsutsui, a leading kuchi-e artist. The fine drawings in this collection extend well beyond the kuchi-e genre and include the artist's work for magazines and newspapers. Many of the illustrations depict the problems and dilemmas caused by the rapidly changing world of Meiji Japan. A good number of the drawings are satirical or political.Tsutsui (1863-1934), was born Yuzo Tsutsui in Hyogo Prefecture. A student of the famous Yoshitoshi, Tsutsui is best known for his work as a kuchi-e artist during the Meiji period, but his oeuvre extended well beyond that. Kuchi-e, literally "mouth pictures," refers to woodblock illustrations created as frontispieces for romance novels, literary magazines, and newspapers. These illustrations often portrayed delicate and romantic bijin (beautiful women), printed with elegant and meticulous technique. Tsutsui also contributed illustrations to the literary magazine Bungei kurabu and regularly designed for the famous newspaper Jiji shinpo, from 1894 until the close of the Meiji period in 1911. He resided in Osaka and Tokyo.Tsutsui's drawings are repres … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [United States]
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2020-02-11 23:32:29
William F. Ritchie, Public Printer, Richmond, 1863. Most of the official legislative acts passed by the General Assembly and House of Delegates of Virginia, CSA, from 1861 to 1863. With all but one of the collected Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia listed in Parrish and Willingham (lacking 4389, of 4385-4391), and with almost half of the Journals of the House of Delegates (4615, 4615, 4620, and 4621 present, of 4615-4622). A full list of titles, in which volumes, is listed below. First volume with usual wear and scuffing to the sheepskin binding, and foxing to the preliminaries; quarter leather. Second volume with toning to the text, lacking front endpaper, and minor scuffing to the spine; quarter leather. Third volume with joints fully cracked but holding, and toning to the text; quarter leather. Fourth volume with soiling to the drab paper boards, wear and toning to the cloth spine, remnants of paper label, and varying toning to the text; quarter cloth. Fifth volume with minor toning to the endpapers and leather spine; quarter leather. Sixth volume with soiling and wear to the binding, remnants of the paper label, foxing to the endpapers; quarter cloth. Seventh volume with scattered dampstaining to the text, lacking front endpaper, usual wear and soiling to the binding; quarter cloth, with worn paper label. ~~v. 1: Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, Passed in 1861, in the Eighty-Fifth Year of the Commonwealth. PW 4385~~v. 2: Journal of the House of Delegates of the State of Virginia, for the Session of 1861-62. PW 4616~~v. 3: Journa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: BLACK SWAN BOOKS, INC., ABAA, ILAB [Richmond, VA, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 21:04:36
Woolsey, Georgeanna Murison
New York: Anson D. F. Randolph, 1863. 12mo. 137 x 120 mm., (5 1/4 x 4 1/2 inches). 24 pp. Drop-title. Stitched as issued. Very good copy.First published edition originally issued for private distribution in a few copies. Heartfelt narrative of the impact of battle on the town of Gettysburg and its inhabitants, from the point of view of a volunteer nurse who aided wounded soldiers during the first weeks of the bloody war. This short text describes her work as a nurse and the work of many local women of Gettysburg who helped manage the care of the wounded and the dying who were carried to the hospital during the conflagration. Union and Rebel soldiers alike had their wounds cleaned, bodies bathed and offered food and water by the women of the hospital. Woolsey's pamphlet is a testament to the nurses, cooks, and aids who cared for the men and boys who suffered. According to this account, most of the cooks were Free Blacks, who unable to fight, joined the ranks of the Sanitation Commission and supported the Union cause."Four thousand soldiers, too badly hurt to be moved, were still left in Gettysburg, cared for kindly and well at the large, new Government hospital, with a Sanitary Commission attachment. Our work was over, our tents struck, and we came away after a flourish of trumpets, from two military bands who filed down to our door and gave us a farewell, 'Red, white and blue'."Georgeanna Woolsey (1833-1906) was the fourth daughter of Charles William and Jane Eliza (Newton) Woolsey. Charles was a prosperous East Boston sugar refiner. The large family, firmly abolit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: De Simone Company, Booksellers [United States]
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2020-02-11 13:42:19
KEMBLE, Fanny Anne
New York: Harper & Bros, 1863. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I can provide a link to many more photos. Just ask! 1863 1ed Georgia Slave Plantation SLAVERY Fanny Kemble Journal of Residence Frances Anne Kemble, better known as "Fanny" Kemble was a 19th-century British actress who, after traveling in the United States, published a number of written works describing her travels. Her best work, and notably most popular, is her 'Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation.' In this work, which was published during the American Civil War, Kemble notes her experiences and observations of slavery on a southern plantation in the late 1830s. Item number: #4878b Price: $550 KEMBLE, Fanny Anne Journal of a residence on a Georgian plantation in 1838-1839 New York: Harper & Bros., 1863. True First American printing. Details: · Collation: Complete with all pages o 337, [10] · References: Sabin 37329; Howes K 70 · Note on edition: o p.314, line 6 - 'about' repeated · Language: English · Binding: Hardcover; tight and secure · Size: ~8in X 5in (20cm x 12.5cm) · Auction and price comparisons at over $1,000 Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 4878b. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antique Books (schilb_antique_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2020-02-10 20:43:05
Woolsey, Georgeanna Murison
New York: Anson D. F. Randolph, 1863. 12mo. 137 x 120 mm., (5 1/4 x 4 1/2 inches). 24 pp. Drop-title. Stitched as issued. Very good copy. First published edition originally issued for private distribution in a few copies. Heartfelt narrative of the impact of battle on the town of Gettysburg and its inhabitants, from the point of view of a volunteer nurse who aided wounded soldiers during the first weeks of the bloody war. This short text describes her work as a nurse and the work of many local women of Gettysburg who helped manage the care of the wounded and the dying who were carried to the hospital during the conflagration. Union and Rebel soldiers alike had their wounds cleaned, bodies bathed and offered food and water by the women of the hospital. Woolsey's pamphlet is a testament to the nurses, cooks, and aids who cared for the men and boys who suffered. According to this account, most of the cooks were Free Blacks, who unable to fight, joined the ranks of the Sanitation Commission and supported the Union cause. "Four thousand soldiers, too badly hurt to be moved, were still left in Gettysburg, cared for kindly and well at the large, new Government hospital, with a Sanitary Commission attachment. Our work was over, our tents struck, and we came away after a flourish of trumpets, from two military bands who filed down to our door and gave us a farewell, 'Red, white and blue'." Georgeanna Woolsey (1833-1906) was the fourth daughter of Charles William and Jane Eliza (Newton) Woolsey. Charles was a prosperous East Boston sugar refiner. The large family, f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: De Simone Company, Booksellers [United States]
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2020-02-09 14:55:41
1863. The DOLDENHORN & WEISSE FRAU Ascended for the first time by ABRAHAM ROTH and EDMUND VON FELLENBURG By Abraham Roth 1863 First edition Published by Karl Baedeker. Coblenz. Slim 8vo publisher's dark blue pebbled cloth. 82 pp. With 11 coloured engravings, 4 woodcuts and a folding coloured map. All as called for. Minor rubbing, sometime new end papers. A lovely copy of a scarce book. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: calvedon [Dorchester, GB]
2020-02-08 21:01:56
1863. Memoirs of The Life and Philanthropic Labours of Andrew Reed D. D. With Selections from His Journal Edited by His Sons Andrew and Charles Reed Illustrated Strahan & Co, London, 1863 Beautifully bound Full leather hardcover, 8vo roughly 6" X 9" tall. Near Fine in boards, Bright gilt lining to boards/edges, elaborate pictorial spine detailing, gilt filigree turn-ins, light scuffs/wear to boards, spine somewhat faded, lengthy inscriptions to flyleaf page, (front & back) and personal stamp to front/back end-papers. Ribbon marker present but torn at top. Binding very intact and sturdy. Gilded page ends with a few scuffs, still in excellent shape. Beautiful leather binding with elaborate spine detail, a fine example of an extraordinary antique book. Payment Due within 3 days. Unpaid Item cases are automated to open after 3 days without payment.
Bookseller: arcade*rarebooks [Van Buren, Arkansas, US]
2020-02-08 18:04:12
Jeffreys, J.G.
London: Van Voorst, 1863-1904. cxiv, 341; xiv, 465; 393; 486; 258, 5 col frontis-pieces, 102 hand-col + 40 plain plates. . HB. 5 vols, 12mo, orig. cloth, later binding variant, minor rubbing. Owner's name to endpapers. Vg set. Rubbed/worn with some damage to front board of Vol. IV; Vol. V rebacked, retaining orig. backstrip (worn). Some marginal pencil markings to text. Pencil annotations, with occasional small mark in red ink, to verso of all col plates, referring to figures on facing plates. Some minor marginal foxing to recto of a few of the hand-coloured plates, otherwise clean. One or two plates coming loose. Armorial bookplate and contemporary inscription to endpapers of Vol. I, and book-plate of Edward Alder, Etwall Vicarage, to remaining volumes. A sound set.. Complete in 5 volumes. Vol. I is the 1904 reprint (first published 1862). Scarce with the 102 plates in Vol. V hand coloured, these more usually being found uncoloured. The 40 plain plates (8 in each volume) are never coloured. Plates by G.B. Sowerby. John Gwyn Jeffreys (1809-1885) was a leading authority on Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean mollusca, and 'had remarkable complete collection of shells from British and adjacent seas.' (Dance, Shell Collecting, p. 217). Freeman, 1946; Nissen ZBI, 2103..
Bookseller: Pemberley Natural History Books [United Kingdom]
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2020-02-07 08:46:25
1863. ***Copy of photos, personal formats, graphics, or text is prohibited. Ebay may drop listings with infractions. I review content regularly. Library of the Civil War See Title List Below Author: Illustrations by Mort Kunstler •The Civil War A Narrative - Shelby Foote 3 vols •R E Lee biography - Douglas Southal Freeman 4 vols •Mary Chesnut's Civil War - 2 vols •Army of the Potomac Trilogy - Bruce Catton 3 vols •Battle Cry of Freedom - McPherson 2 vols •The Gettysburg Campaign - Coddington 2 vols •Rise and Fall of the Confederate Gov - Davis 2 vols •Jefferson Davis - Davis •Mighty Stonewall - Vandiver •Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant •Memoirs of General William T Sherman •To the Gates of Richmond - Sears •Battle at Bull Run - Davis •Chancelorsville 1863 - Furgurson •Fiasco at Fredericksburg - Whan •The Gleam of Bayonets - Murfin •The Life of Billy Yank - Wiley •The Life of Johnny Reb - Wiley •Partners in Command - Glatthaar •Sheridan in the Shenandoah •Why the Confederacy Lost - Boritt •Forts Henry and Donelson - Cooling •This Terrible Sound - Cozzens •The Web of Victory - Miers Description: This is about the most substantial set Easton Press has created at 35 volumes; not to mention one of the most beautiful with grey leather inlay over blue leather and individual gold gilt motifs. The frontispieces are incomparable paintings by renowned Mort Kunstler. I have hardly been able to show a little of how magnificent this collection is. As a history buff, and an avid collector of beautiful leather volumes, this is about my most favorite from Easton Press. You will see a few set … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: regal_books [Provo, Utah, US]
2020-02-06 21:28:16
Perrine, Charles O.
Charles O. Perrine, 1863. First edition, a good to very good copy. Image size: 38" by 29". Full map size: 40" by 31". Original folds visible with some breaks along the folds, misfolded in certain areas, states outlined in green and Civil War battle sites circled in red with a few small stains. Original boards lacking, this is just the folded map. Good plus. A Civil War lithographed map with battle sites annotated through September 1864: sites circled include Atlanta, Gettysburg, and Goldsboro amongst many others. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Frey Fine Books [Rougemont, NC, U.S.A.]
2020-02-05 01:43:02
Taggart, John H.
[Philadelphia, 1863. Broadside. 25.5 x 20 cm. Old fold lines, with wear at edges, stains along left margin, not effecting text. Fourteen rules "For the Government of the Free Military School." No copies located OCLC.
Bookseller: Bartleby's Books, ABAA [Chevy Chase, MD, U.S.A.]
2020-02-04 23:33:06
[Civil War]
[N.p., likely Richmond, 1863. Printed broadside, 16 x 5 3/4 inches. Original folds, minor separations at crossfolds. Light foxing, old faint tideline in upper edge. Very good. A rare Confederate imprint in the form of a broadside playbill advertising a Christmas Eve theatrical and musical performance by captured Union officers held inside Libby Prison at Richmond, Virginia. The Union prisoners had organized themselves into a troupe called the "Libby Prison Minstrels." The program is divided into three parts, with each part listing the names of the performers, their instrument of choice, song titles, or type of dance. In the second and third portions of the show, certain members of the troupe participated in three theatrical presentations entitled, "Rival Lovers," "Countryman in a Photograph Gallery," and "Masquerade Ball." The whole is concluded with something called the "Grand Walk- Around." The cost to attend the performance is noted as "FREE - Children in Arms Not Admitted." The broadside is signed at bottom by "Adjt. R.C. Knaggs, Business Agent." Robert Clark Knaggs, a Michigan officer and prisoner at Libby, would later manage Gunther's Libby Prison War Museum in Chicago (whose records are held by the Chicago History Museum). An important aspect of the present broadside lies in the fact that so many of the prisoners inside Libby Prison are identified here by name. The program manager Lt. G.W. Chandler fought under General Farnsworth at Gettysburg, where he was captured and sent to Libby. More interesting still is the story of the treasurer listed here, H.W. Sawy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [United States]
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2020-02-04 19:23:22
1863. segni del tempo, tracce d'uso, abrasioni ai margini dei piatti. LA MIA PRIGIONIA IN RUSSIA RACCONTO STORICO DI BARTOLOMEO BERTOLINI DA TRENTO ANTICO CAPITANO DI CAVALLERIA E CAVALIERE DELLA LEGION D'ONORE IV EDIZIONE RICORRETTA E AUMENTATA DALL'AUTORE. VOLUME PRIMO E SECONDO MILANO TIP. ALBERTI E COMP. 1863 2 legature in mezza pelle con la quarta edizione dell'opera storica di Bertolini. Vol. In-8°. 165x115 mm., pp. 286/255 n. Legatura in mezza pelle e carta, con fregi e titoli dorati al dorso. Segni del tempo, tracce d'uso, abrasioni ai margini dei piatti. ( le fotografie sono parte integrante della descrizione, e possono mostrare a volte difetti non descritti; alcuni minimi difetti giudicati trascurabili potrebbero essere omessi nella descrizione ) INFO PER QUALSIASI DUBBIO O INFORMAZIONE NON ESITATE A SCRIVERCI, O CONTATTARCI AL SEGUENTE NUMERO : ( +39 ) 0697279699 INVITAMO I GENTILI UTENTI A LEGGERE SEMPRE LE DESCRIZIONI DEGLI OGGETTI IN VENDITA . SI ACCETTANO DIVERSE FORME DI PAGAMENTO . Il pagamento va effettuato entro 7 giorni dall'acquisto ( prima si paga prima si riceve l'oggetto).Possibilità di dilazionare i pagamenti previo accordo antecedente l'acquisto. La merce acquistata viaggia a rischio e pericolo dell'acquirente. E' possibile assicurare la spedizione con pagamento di tariffe accessorie da concordare. Siamo a disposizione per la risoluzione di qualsiasi richiesta, problema ( ritardi, mancata ricezione degli oggetti, urgenze, etc.). Per eventuali controversie è competente il Foro di Roma. Grazie Calligrammes Srl.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes (it.calligrammes) [Roma, IT]
2020-02-04 11:23:01
Mill, John Stuart
London: Parker, Son and Bourn, 1863. First Edition. 95 pp. + 4 [ads]. First edition, first printing. Bound in publisher's original plum cloth, with spine lettered in gilt, neatly rebacked with loss to several gilt letters. Small, previous owner name written on title page. Contents mildly toned with light, sporadic foxing. The author's classic work. Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books [United States]
2020-02-04 02:25:12
Mill, John Stuart
Parker, Son and Bourn, London, 1863. 95 pp. + 4 [ads]. First edition, first printing. Bound in publisher's original plum cloth, with spine lettered in gilt, neatly rebacked with loss to several gilt letters. Small, previous owner name written on title page. Contents mildly toned with light, sporadic foxing. The author's classic work. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA [Portland, OR, U.S.A.]
2020-02-03 18:21:14
PARIS;
Charpentier, 1863. 3 vol. in-folio de 2 ff.n.ch. XII 1 f.n.ch. 122 pp., 3 ff.n.ch. 76 pp. 1 f.n.ch. 44 pp. 1 f.n.ch. 24 pp. 1 f.n.ch. 22 pp. 1 f.n.ch. 36 pp. 1 f.n.ch. 26 pp. et 4 ff.n.ch. 76 pp. 1 f.n.ch. 80 pp. 1 f.n.ch. 34 pp. 1 f.n.ch. (tables des gravures et vignettes), demi-chagrin de l'époque, dos à nerfs richement ornés, plats ornés d'un bel encadrement doré aux armes de la ville de Paris. Dessins et lithographies par Philippe Benoist, pour le plus grand nombre et avec l'aide de la photographie ; Jules Arnout, Bachelier, A. Bayot, Félix Benoist, Chapuy, Eug. Ciceri, Hubert Clerget, Dauzats, Jules David, Fichot, Jules Gaildrau, Guérard, J. Jacottet, Gustave Janet, Hippolyte Lalaisse, Aug. Mathieu, Sabatier, etc ? Vignettes de Félix Benoist et Catenacci, exécutées sur bois par les premiers graveurs. Texte par MM. Audiganne, P. Bailly, Eugène Carissan, A. Darcel, Louis Enault, Victor Fournel, Edouard Fournier, Amédée Gabourd, J. de Gaulle, Eugène de La Gournerie, F. de Guilhermy, L. Lacour, Lassus, Albert Lenoir, F. lock, Le Roux de Lincy, Viollet le Duc, etc ? Magnifique ouvrage sur Paris, agrémenté de nombreuses vignettes gravées sur bois dans le texte et de 100 belles lithographies hors texte sur fond teinté, certaines réhaussées en couleurs, par Arnout, Bayot, Benoist, Ciceri, Fichot, Gaildreau, Sabatier, etc? Bel exemplaire malgré des rousseurs éparses. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Dimitri KRONIS [PARIS, France]
2020-02-03 15:52:03
Dattino, Giambattista
1863. Neapolitan Courtroom Procedure Dattino, Giambattista. Arringhe Officiose. Naples: Tipografia All'Insegna del Diogene, 1863. 376 pp. Octavo (8-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Contemporary quarter calf over marbled boards, gilt, title, fillets and ornaments to spine. Light rubbing to extremities, light fading to spine. Some toning to text, light foxing in places, internally clean. * Only edition located. This is a handbook for lawyers on courtroom procedure. It also addresses forensics, rhetoric and other matters pertaining to speaking in court. OCLC locates 1 copy in North America (at Harvard University).
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2020-02-01 18:42:21
GEORGE SANTAYANA
GEORGE SANTAYANA (1863-1952). Santayana was a Spanish-born philosopher, writer and cultural critic. He attended Harvard as an undergraduate and taught philosophy there for many years. Manuscript Signed. 3pg. 8” x 10”. February 1904. No place. A poem signed “G Santayana” at the conclusion. It is entitled “Lines read at the Inauguration of the New Club house” and it refers to the opening of the new Philosophy Club at Harvard. The poem states: “A rose without a name can smell as sweet / Murmurs the stranger as he climbs the street / And eyes askance this way, unamiable retreat. Thy new born child (unchristened yet) absorbs, Friend Pierdon, all the rays of all men’s orbs; Yet must your pregnant wit divide the praise / With the other authors of this giddy maze…”. As an undergraduate, Santayana was the founder of the Philosophical Club. The is accompanied by the original mailing envelope, addressed to Thomas P. Lindsay in Cambridge, a Harvard colleagues. The manuscript is in fine condition and it is creatively matted so all pages can be shown. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Stuart Lutz Historic Documents, Inc. [United States]
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2020-02-01 16:59:14
Vasilii Pavlovich Vasilev ( M.V. Vassilief )
Paris, Auguste Durand, 1863. Condition: Gut. Artikeldetails Le Bouddisme, ses dogmes, son histoire et sa littérature: Première partie Aperçu général ; Du Russe par M.G.A. la Comme Vasilii Pavlovich Vasilev ( M.V. Vassilief ): Paris, Auguste Durand, 1863. 362 pp Halbleder Sprache: Französisch Bestell-Nr: 140924 Bemerkungen: Schöner Halblederband mit Rückentitel in Gold. Kleiner Besitzvermerk, kleiner Stempel, teilweise Bleistiftanmerkungen oder Anstriche, sehr wenige seitliche Anstriche mit rotem Buntstift, altersübliche Spuren. Vorsätze etwas altersfleckig, gelegentlich geringf,. fleckig, übliche Lese Gebrauchspuren. 612EUR 585,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Sicheres Bestellen - Order-Control geprüft! Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2020-01-15).
Bookseller: moorteufel-worpswede (moorteufel-de) [Oyten, DE]
2020-02-01 13:45:17
Whistler, James McNeill (1834-1903)
Etching and Drypoint printed in brown ink on ivory lai paper. 1863. Kennedy 91, iv/iv, MacDonald 91; T.82, Wedmore 82, Glasgow 99. RARE in this early state. Signed with the signature butterfly and "imp" in pencil on the tab lower left. Ex. Collection Gerstenberg, Lugt 2785 with his stamp on the verso. Trimmed to the platemark as usual. 13.2 cm. x 21 cm. (5 1/4 x 8 1/4).In fine condition
Bookseller: L'Estampe Originale [United States]
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2020-02-01 13:45:17
Whistler, James McNeill (1834-1903)
1863. Etching and Drypoint printed in brown ink on ivory lai paper. Kennedy 91, iv/iv, MacDonald 91; T.82, Wedmore 82, Glasgow 99. Rare in this early state. Signed with the signature butterfly and "imp" in pencil on the tab lower left. Ex. Collection Gerstenberg, Lugt 2785 with his stamp on the verso. Trimmed to the platemark as usual. 13.2 cm. x 21 cm. (5 1/4 x 8 1/4).
Bookseller: L'Estampe Originale [United States]
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2020-01-31 23:23:05
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1863. Boston: Ticknor & Fields. 1863. First American Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. No jacket. Owner's name across title page. Spine split. Corners worn away. Creases at spine are worn away in spots. Top of spine missing 1/2", bottom spine missing 1/4". Page 11 of the publisher's advertisements list this work as "Nearly ready" and without a price. ; 16mo .
Bookseller: Rare Book Cellar [Pomona, NY, U.S.A.]
2020-01-30 22:01:22
Jeffreys, J.G.
Van Voorst 1863-1904, London. cxiv, 341; xiv, 465; 393; 486; 258, 5 col frontis-pieces, 102 hand-col + 40 plain plates. . HB. 5 vols, 12mo, orig. cloth, later binding variant, minor rubbing. Owner's name to endpapers. Vg set. Rubbed/worn with some damage to front board of Vol. IV; Vol. V rebacked, retaining orig. backstrip (worn). Some marginal pencil markings to text. Pencil annotations, with occasional small mark in red ink, to verso of all col plates, referring to figures on facing plates. Some minor marginal foxing to recto of a few of the hand-coloured plates, otherwise clean. One or two plates coming loose. Armorial bookplate and contemporary inscription to endpapers of Vol. I, and book-plate of Edward Alder, Etwall Vicarage, to remaining volumes. A sound set. Complete in 5 volumes. Vol. I is the 1904 reprint (first published 1862). Scarce with the 102 plates in Vol. V hand coloured, these more usually being found uncoloured. The 40 plain plates (8 in each volume) are never coloured. Plates by G.B. Sowerby. John Gwyn Jeffreys (1809-1885) was a leading authority on Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean mollusca, and 'had remarkable complete collection of shells from British and adjacent seas.' (Dance, Shell Collecting, p. 217). Freeman, 1946; Nissen ZBI, 2103. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: PEMBERLEY NATURAL HISTORY BOOKS BA [Iver, United Kingdom]
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2020-01-30 15:56:24
1863. Condition: Buone condizioni. Atti del Consiglio Comunale della città di Bergamo. Lotto comprendente 28 fascicoli degli anni 1863-64 (4°), 1964-65 (5°), 1965-66 (6°), 1866-67 (7°), 1870-71 (11°), 1871-72 (12°), 1872-73 (13°), 1874-75 (15°), 1875-76 (16°), 1876-77 (17°), 1879-80 (20°), 1882-83 (23°), 1883-84 (24°), 1884-85 (25°), 1885-86 (26°), 1887-88 (28°), 1888-89 (29°), 1891-92 (32°), 1893-94 (34°), 1897-98 (38°), 1906-07 (47°), 1900-01 (41°), 1901-02 (42°), 1907-08 (48°), 1912-13 (53°), 1918-19 (59°), 1919-20 (60°), 1921-22 (62°). Copertine usurate. Rilegatura saltata in 3 fascicoli. 2 fascicoli rilegati con copertina rigida marmorizzata. Tutti gli altri fascicoli non hanno dorso originale, ma di carta gialla.
Bookseller: filsamrsm [47891, SM]
2020-01-30 15:55:54
Civil War]
[N.p., likely Richmond, 1863. Printed broadside, 16 x 5 3/4 inches. Original folds, minor separations at crossfolds. Light foxing, old faint tideline in upper edge. Very good. A rare Confederate imprint in the form of a broadside playbill advertising a Christmas Eve theatrical and musical performance by captured Union officers held inside Libby Prison at Richmond, Virginia. The Union prisoners had organized themselves into a troupe called the "Libby Prison Minstrels." The program is divided into three parts, with each part listing the names of the performers, their instrument of choice, song titles, or type of dance. In the second and third portions of the show, certain members of the troupe participated in three theatrical presentations entitled, "Rival Lovers," "Countryman in a Photograph Gallery," and "Masquerade Ball." The whole is concluded with something called the "Grand Walk- Around." The cost to attend the performance is noted as "FREE - Children in Arms Not Admitted." The broadside is signed at bottom by "Adjt. R.C. Knaggs, Business Agent." Robert Clark Knaggs, a Michigan officer and prisoner at Libby, would later manage Gunther's Libby Prison War Museum in Chicago (whose records are held by the Chicago History Museum). An important aspect of the present broadside lies in the fact that so many of the prisoners inside Libby Prison are identified here by name. The program manager Lt. G.W. Chandler fought under General Farnsworth at Gettysburg, where he was captured and sent to Libby. More interesting still is the story of the treasurer listed here, H.W. Sawyer. Capt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2020-01-28 08:43:13
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1863. [Union Lieutenant Colonel and Assistant Adjutant General Lewis Richmond copy]. General Orders Affecting The Volunteer Force. Adjutant General's Office. 1862. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1863. 7 3/8 x 5. Lvi- [1], 2-158 pp. ¾ calf and dark green pebbled cloth. Lewis Richmond name stamped in gold on the front cover. There appears to be a date or other letters above Richmond's name, but I can't quite make it out, and, three letters are stamped underneath Richmond's name, they could be A.A.G. which would make sense as he was Assistant Adjutant General. Binding is worn at the spine tips; front joint cracked but holding; rear joint worn, some cracks; volume leans; pebbled cloth spotted, some discoloration. Loss to the leather at the spine ends. Missing front and rear end pages. Lewis Richmond name penciled at top of title page. Old waterstain top of pages at corner. Contains index of subjects, charts, orders, one fold-out chart at rear. The following information is found on the civilwardata.com and the findagrave.com websites. Three pages of info printed out and included with the book, which includes photos of Richmond, who is buried in Providence, RI. Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. He served during the Civil War as Lieutenant Colonel and Assistant Adjutant General on the staff of Union Major General Ambrose E. Burnside. He was brevetted Brigadier General, US Volunteers on March 13, 1865 for "gallant and meritorious services in the campaign from the Rapidan to Petersburg, VA. After the war he served as United St … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: hollybks [Mansfield Center, Connecticut, US]
2020-01-27 20:19:16
Mack, E.
Lee & Walker 722 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, 1863. First edition. 33 x 26 cm. 6 pp. With a large color lithograph of the wedding party, by T. Sinclair. Disbound. Foxing and overall toning to edges, although the lithographic image is bright, outer edge of the first page of music has been strengthened with a paper strip, not affecting printing. Not in Dichter & Shapiro, Levy or in Peters' account of Sinclair. OCLC: NY St. Lib., LC, Univ. of MI, Baylor. Thumb--born Charles Stratton--married Lavinia Warren in New York on Feb. 10, 1863, ".and the New York newspapers in their efforts to report the event adequately almost forgot the Civil War." --DAB. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Bartleby's Books, ABAA [Chevy Chase, MD, U.S.A.]
2020-01-27 08:19:49
John Esten Cooke
New York: Charles B. Richardson, 1863. [Cooke, John Esten.] The Life of Stonewall Jackson. From Official Papers, Contemporary Narratives, and Personal Acquaintance. By A Virginian. Reprinted from advance sheets of the Richmond Edition. NY: Charles B. Richardson 1863. 1st Union Edition. 7 3/8 x 5. [1], 6-305, [1 blank, 4 ads, 4 blank] pp. ¾ calf and marbled paper over boards. Spine in six compartments, raised bands, gilt, designs. Title in gilt on leather label with half the label missing, the left side. However, the letters from the left half are visible stamped into the leather. Small closed tear at top front spine joint. Joints rubbed. Page edges marbled. Marbled end pages. Two pages lightly chipped at front edge. Frontispiece portrait of Jackson. Portrait of General Sewell facing page 174. Portraits are bright and clean, no foxing. Binding tight, contents very clean. Very Good copy. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: hollybks [Mansfield Center, Connecticut, US]
2020-01-26 18:33:05
Holy Spirit
Scotland: Allan Bibles, 1863. R L Allan 20 BR KJV Reference Bible Brown Highland Goatskin New In Box L@@K ! Bound in an Exquisite Limp Chocolate Brown Highland Goatskin Binding, the Brevier Blackface Reference Edition provides a readable 8 point bold type face, and center column references. Printed on 28gsm India paper, and includes the full 325pp Oxford Cyclopedic Concordance and 16pp Oxford Bible maps. About R.L. Allan & Son Publishers: R.L. Allan Publishers, established in 1863 in Glasgow, Scotland, is a world renowned bible publisher and leather manufacturer. From the birthplace of King James himself come some of the finest premium leather KJV bibles on the planet. These exclusive Allan Bibles are printed and bound by craftsmen using traditional techniques and only the finest materials. Quality manufacturing breeds a promise of durability that you just won't find in any other bible. Long OOP and ultra rare, this highly collectible issue is scarce in any condition, much less Flawless. Condition: Like New Condition In Box. Covers and Page edge Gilt are Flawless. Box has wear. Features: Author: King James Version Allan 20 BR (Brown) Covers: Brown Highland Goatskin Leather Yapped Covers Edge Lined Leather Lined In Dark Brown Binding: Allan Binding Brevier 16mo (Black-face) Refs. India paper 8 Point Bold Type Page Size: 7" x 4.75" Bound Size: 8.25" x 5.5" x 1.25" Royal License Epistle Dedicatory Double Column Verse by Verse Format Center Column References Smyth Sewn Overcast Stitching for Added Strength (Whipstitched) No of pages: 944 OT - 285 NT Cyclopedic Concordance 325 P … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: biblesales [Burnet, Texas, US]
2020-01-26 18:33:05
Holy Spirit
Scotland: Allan Bibles, 1863. R L Allan 20 BR KJV Reference Bible Brown Highland Goatskin New In Box L@@K ! Bound in an Exquisite Limp Chocolate Brown Highland Goatskin Binding, the Brevier Blackface Reference Edition provides a readable 8 point bold type face, and center column references. Printed on 28gsm India paper, and includes the full 325pp Oxford Cyclopedic Concordance and 16pp Oxford Bible maps. About R.L. Allan & Son Publishers: R.L. Allan Publishers, established in 1863 in Glasgow, Scotland, is a world renowned bible publisher and leather manufacturer. From the birthplace of King James himself come some of the finest premium leather KJV bibles on the planet. These exclusive Allan Bibles are printed and bound by craftsmen using traditional techniques and only the finest materials. Quality manufacturing breeds a promise of durability that you just won't find in any other bible. Long OOP and ultra rare, this highly collectible issue is scarce in any condition, much less Flawless. Condition: Like New Condition In Box. Covers and Page edge Gilt are Flawless. Box has wear. Features: Author: King James Version Allan 20 BR (Brown) Covers: Brown Highland Goatskin Leather Yapped Covers Edge Lined Leather Lined In Dark Brown Binding: Allan Binding Brevier 16mo (Black-face) Refs. India paper 8 Point Bold Type Page Size: 7" x 4.75" Bound Size: 8.25" x 5.5" x 1.25" Royal License Epistle Dedicatory Double Column Verse by Verse Format Center Column References Smyth Sewn Overcast Stitching for Added Strength (Whipstitched) No of pages: 944 OT - 285 NT Cyclopedic Concordance 325 P … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: biblesales [Burnet, Texas, US]
2020-01-26 01:02:08
Sir C. Lyell
London: JOHN MURRAY. Near fine board interior bright and clean. Copyright date is 1863, first edition first printing. Three quarter leather and marbled paper over boards with gilt lettering and design on the spine with five raised bands. Top, Fore edge and bottom edges are deckled. Illustrated through out with wood block and the text remains bright and clean with annotations along the margins. No Dust Jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: mclinhavenbooks (mclinhaven) [Elton, Wisconsin, US]
2020-01-25 14:40:16
Historische Künstlergraphik. Lithographie, 1863., nach Ferdinand Berger. 28,6 x 38,7 cm (Darstellung ) / 49,7 x 50,0 cm (Blatt) / 55,7 x 70,1 cm. - Unterhalb der Darstellung mittig betitelt, darunter mit dem Verweis "Die Herausgabe dient zum Theil der Unterstützung bedürftiger Mitkämpfer des Befreiungskrieges". Unten links der Angabe "Gez. v. Berger, lith. v. Janke / Druck v. A. Renaud in Berlin" und rechts "In Commission bei F. Sala & Co. in Berlin Unter den Linden 51" versehen. Im Schmuckrahmen neben anderen Ornamenten weitere Inschriften und Jahreszahlen. - Dieses Erinnerungsblatt zeigt in der Hauptansicht die illustre Runde, zusammengesetzt aus den Mitgliedern der höheren, preußischen Gesellschaft sowie Militär, die der Jubiläumsfeier der Landwehr 1863 beiwohnten. - Im Randbereich vier geglättete Faltspuren. Insgesamt in einem gutem Erhaltungszustand. - Blatt in einem Karton-Passepartout montiert. - - Kupferstecher, Radierer, Lithograf in Berlin. 1793-1830 mit Reproduktionsstichen nachweisbar. Lehrer an der Akademie, stellte in den Ausstellungen der Akademie zwischen 1830 und 1844 wiederholt aus. Seine Technik verbindet Radierung und Grabstichelarbeit. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Graphikantiquariat Koenitz [Leipzig, Germany]
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2020-01-25 08:24:35
(REVUE D'ARCHITECTURE).
Paris: A. Morel, 1863 - 1886. 22 volumes in-4; très nombreuses illustrations et planches in et hors-texte. Reliure d'époque en demi-chagrin noir, dos à nerfs. Bon état général, sauf le volume de l'année 1874 dont les coins sont endommagés. Ensemble complet de ce qui est paru à l'exception de l'année 1872 (première année de la seconde série). Les deux premiers volumes (années 1863 et 1864) portent la mention: "Encyclopédie d'Architecture, 2ème série", cette revue résultant de la fusion entre l'Encyclopédie d'Architecture et la Gazette du Bâtiment, effective de 1863 à 1871. Des tables générales pour 1863 à 1871 se trouvent en fin du 7ème volume. On joint le volume spécial sur l'Exposition universelle de 1867.
Bookseller: Librairie des Carrés [France, Gennes]
2020-01-24 16:09:08
Condition: Buone condizioni. D'ANNUNZIO, Gabriele (Pescara, 1863 - Gardone Riviera, 1938), La figlia di Iorio Milano, Bestetti - Edizioni d'arte 1938 Edizione originale di 750 es. numerati Tragedia pastorale. Riprodotta integralmente per mandato di Giovanni Treccani. Edizione con riproduzione del manoscritto autografo del Poeta Rilegatura in piena pergamena. Al piatto anteriore un bassorilievo di C. Monti. Dorso con nervi e decorazioni in oro. Sguardie in seta verde con decorazioni color oro. Pagine con barbe 4to (cm 35,5x26), pp. 210, Rilegato, custodia (hard cover, slip-case) Una dedica anonima alla prima pagina bianca (Anonymous inscription on the first blank page) Molto buono (Very Good) [Gambetti, 1997].
Bookseller: adeleclara (libreriamarini) [Valenzano, IT]
2020-01-23 22:48:25
1863. Condition: Buone condizioni. Codice: 72869 Autore: ERIZZO, Nicolò Federico. Titolo: Cenni storico-statistici intorno alla nuova salina di S. Felice in Venezia fondata dal cav. Carlo Astruc" - Memoria del dott. Nicolo Erizzo socio di varie Accademie intorno al progetto del cav. Carlo Astruc fondatore della Salina di S. Felice in Venezia relativo ad alcune nuove fabbriche nazionali da attivarsi nelle periferie delle venete lagune - Legato con: "FEDERIGO Federico. Delle antiche e delle nuove saline veneziane: cenni storico-tecnologici Venezia"; Legato con:"TOMASONI Giovanni. Della Salina di S. Felice nelle lagune di Venezia"; Casa editrice: P. Naratovich e G. Antonelli, Venezia - Società degli annali universali; Milano. Anno pubblicazione: 1863 Conservazione: Buono ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo timbro privato alla sguardia. Descrizione: 4 opere legate in unico volume (23 p.; 93 [1] p.; 46 p.; 23 p.; [4] c. di tav. rip.) 24 cm mezza pelle coeva con dorso a quattro nervi e titoli oro. INSIEME DI OPERE RARISSIMO a fine volume sono rilegate quattro grandi tavole incise su carta pesante dell'ing. Vincenzo Ferrari e incise da Nolla FINEMENTE ACQUARELLATE A MANO DA MANO ESPERTA con varia e bellissima gamma di colori: Plan general de la concession et situation relative de la saline dans la lagune de Venise: 64x45 cm; Batiments de la saline de Venise: 64x45 cm; Project d'une fabrique d'acide sulfurique de sulfate de soude de soude artificielle et de sel de soude: 74x60 cm; Project d'une fabrique de de savon et d'huile: 64x43 cm. Esse non portano data ma sicuramente sono della … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: sbadige [Via Travai 22 - 38122 - Trento - Italy, IT]
2020-01-22 11:03:20
Burton, Richard
Tinsley Bros, 1863. Richard Burton / Wanderings in West Africa from Liverpool to Fernando Po 1st ed . Shipped with priority. Please see photos for condition. Came from the Scottish Rites Lodge in Milwaukee. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: bjorn16 [Waukesha, Wisconsin, US]
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