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        Guide pratique du jardinier paysagiste. Composition et ornementation des parcs, des jardins etc. Détails pittoresques accidents du terrain, effets des arbres et des plantes d'ornament, points de vue, distribution des eaux, maisons d'habitation, fabriques, pavillons, kiosques, bancs, ponts, jardins potagers, vergers, vignobles, etc. Album de 24 plans coloriés. Accompagné d'un texte descriptif et très-détaillé sur l'art des jardins le choix et la distribution des végetaux en France, en Italie et en Espagne. Traduction de l'Allemand par J. Rothschild revue et précedée d'une introduction générale de Charles Naudin. Deuxième edition.

      Paris, J. Rothschild, 1867. 4to (30.5 x 21.0 cm). iv, 48 pp. and 24 double-paged hand-coloured lithographed plates printed by M. Singer in Leipzig. Original blue printed boards.l Rare French edition of the German garden book "Ideen zu kleinen Garten-Anlagen" (first published in 1860, also with 24 plates). Charles Naudin from the Museum d'Histoire Naturelle wrote the introductory text, and added some text with regard to French, Italian and Spanish gardens. These are not discussed in the German edition. Edges a bit rubbed, otherwise a fine copy. Ganay, Bibl. de l'art des Jardins, 269.

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        Map of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers and Their Tributaries. Explored by Capt. W. F. Raynolds and 1st Lieut. H. E. Maynadier, 1859-60.

      U. S. War Department [1867] - Large folding map measuring 42 x 27.5" mounted on canvas. A few old repairs to folds. Overall condition is very good.

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        Map of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers and Their Tributaries Explored by Capt W F Raynolds and 1st Lieut H E Maynadier, 1859-60

      U. S. War Department. Very Good-, dust jacket only. [1867]. Map. Large folding map measuring 42 x 27.5" mounted on canvas. A few old repairs to folds. Overall condition is very good. .

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        TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE CHEYENNE AND ARRAPAHOE [sic] TRIBES OF INDIANS

      [Washington, 1867. 11pp. Folio. Original printed self-wrappers, stitched as issued. Very minor staining and chipping to edges. Very good plus. Concluded Oct. 14, 1865, ratification advised with amendments May 22, 1866, amendments accepted Nov. 10 and 19, 1866, proclaimed Feb. 2, 1867. This treaty was made originally in the fall of 1865. John Sanborn, William S. Harney, Kit Carson, William W. Bent and Jesse H. Leavenworth for the U.S., with Black Kettle and other Cheyenne and Arapahoe chiefs. The main purpose of the treaty was to quiet the tribes and make peace following the Sand Creek Massacre of 1864. Indemnity for damages incurred at Sand Creek were granted, land was given to halfbreeds, and the preliminary limits of the Colorado reservation were set. In the winter of 1868 Black Kettle was killed with many of his people on the Washita by the Seventh Cavalry under Custer. EBERSTADT 12. RADER 3473.

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland [Together with] Through The Looking Glass

      Macmillan, 1867. Hardcover. Good. A pair of Lewis Carroll's 'Alice' novels. The former (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland) is an early edition (third published) with 'Ninth Thousand' [1867] to the title page. Rebacked with some wear and rubbing to the edges. Tissue guard still present. Some markings to the boards. With a first edition, first issue [1872] of 'Through The Looking Glass' in good condition. Some wear and rubbing to the boards and edges. A couple of stains to the boards. With 'wade' for 'wade' in the mirror writing on page 21. A rare pair of books.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        Les époques géologiques de l'Auvergne. Avec 170 planches ou figures, dont plusieurs coloriées et des autographes de Dolomieu, d'Hauy & de De Saussure et un dessin fac simile de Madame Necker de Saussure. I-V. (complete).

      - Paris, Baillière et fils, 1867. Five volumes in five. Large 8vo (23.7 x 15.2 cm). 2,758 pp.; 180 engraved and lithographed (tinted, or chromolithographed) plates [1-141, 143-169, 41(bis), 57(bis), 89bis, 107(bis), 149bis, 152bis, 163bis, 163ter, 165bis, 165ter, 165quater, 165quinter], on 107 sheets (several double-sized). Uniform burgundy half morocco over marbled boards. Spines with five raised bands, gilt title. Marbled endpapers. Speckled edges.l The most important geological work by the French botanist (mentioned by Charles Darwin in his preface to "On the Origin of Species") and geologist Henri Lecoq (1802-1871). The fine illustrations of geological features and views in the Massif Central of Southern France, with its many volcanoes, are by Lecoq himself. Included are three facsimile letters of the geologists Dolomieu, Haüy, and De Saussure. Because there are several bis-plates, and many "plates" are grouped on single sheets, the true number of different plates is ten more than the 170 mentioned on the title pages, but the actual number of sheets is lower. Plate 142 was not published. Plates 92 and 151 appear in two different states of colour (not counted as extras). Signed dedication by Lecoq to "Monsieur Alluard/professeur à la faculté/hommage de l'auteur" on the half title of volume I. In the mid-19th century a Mr. Alluaud was director of the Puy-de-Dome observatory. A few pages and plates with a circular water-stain (some, apparently, from before binding), a few pages lightly spotted, but in general a very good, clean set with all the published plates. Cat. BM(NH), p. 1076; Ward & Carozzi, 1350. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Lexikon Wiener Gold- und Silberschmiede und ihre Punzen 1867 - 1902.

      368 und 374 Seiten. Mit zahlreichen s/w - Illustrationen. Gr.-8, Leineneinbände mit Schutzumschlägen. Schutzumschlage etwas berieben, mit Randblessuren und kleienren Einrissen. Sonst einwandfreies Exemplare.

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        The dictionary of freemasonry: Comprising all topics proper for public explanation, in the rituals, history, and nomenclature of the royal art.

      Chicago, Bailey 1867.. Mit einigen Textillustrationen. 518 S., 1 Bl. OLwd. Wolfstig 1311. - Rücken geblichen, sonst sehr gutes Exemplar. - Aus der Charlesworth Masonic Library.

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        Bundes-Gesetzblatt des Norddeutschen Bundes und Reichs-Gesetzblatt des Deutschen Reiches. 1867-1911 komplett in 43 Bänden.

      Mit den seltenen vier Jahrgängen des Norddeutschen Bundes, die in der Nummerierung des Reichsgesetzblattes enthalten sind und somit als die ersten vier Jahrgänge desselben anzusehen sind. Jahrgänge 1867-1872 Pappband der Zeit, 1873-1898 Halbledereinband mit Rückenschild, 1899.1911 Halbleinwand der Zeit. Einige Bände stärker berieben, ansonsten nur geringe Mängel. Papier gering stockfleckig. Nicht eingehend kollationiert, jedoch augenscheinlich komplett und insgesamt wohlerhalten. In dieser Vollständigkeit selten.

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        Étude sur quelques points de la pathogénie des hémorrhagies cérébrales

      1867 - 115-[1] pp., une planche en Paris, S. Savy, 1867, in-8, 115-[1] pp, une planche en lithographie, broché, couverture imprimée de l'éditeur, Édition originale de la thèse de doctorat de Charles Bouchard (1837-1915), inspirée par Charcot, dans laquelle est décrit un type de micro-anévrismes qui seront dénommés "anévrismes de Charcot-Bouchard". Exemplaire enrichi d'un envoi de l'auteur à Louis-Antoine Ranvier, titulaire de la chaire d'histologie au Collège de France, et cachet de la bibliothèque de cette institution en première de couverture. Exemplaire en partie non coupé. Bogousslavsky, Following Charcot, pp. 63-65. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        On the osteology of the dodo. [AND] On the dodo (Part II). Notes on the articulated skeleton of the Dodo (Didus ineptus, Linn.) in the British Museum.

      London, Zoological Society of London, 1867-1872. Two papers in two. Large 4to (32.5 x 25.7 cm). [I] (1867): 37 pp. [numbered 49-85], and ten lithographed plates [numbered 15-24], of which one very large, folded, giving a life-size outline of the bird; II (1872): 13 pp. (numbered 213-225), three lithographed plates (30.7 x 24.5 cm). Original printed wrappers for first part only. Together in one modern portfolio.l 'On the osteology of the dodo' is a marvellous, very rare paper on the first bird known to become extinct in modern times. Written and illustrated by the greatest comparative anatomist and osteologist of the 19th century, Richard Owen (1804-1892). This is the complete volume 6(III) of the Transactions of the Zoological Society of London with its wrappers. Plate 15 is a large, folding plate of the entire skeleton and outline of the animal. Initially it was written as a single, complete publication (hence the 1867 paper does not contain the words 'Part I'). Retroactively it became "Part I" with the 1872 publication of a 'Part II' which contains some corrections and additions, based on new material submitted to Owen after the 1867 work was published. "Owen fitted the skeleton into an outline traced around Savery's Dodo image, which he believed ... to have been painted from a living bird. This produced an unnatural, squat and overly obese Dodo, which became the orthodox image of the bird. Owen published again on the Dodo three years later, this time rectifying his mistake by reconstructing the bird in a natural more upright position, but the original image stuck; Owen has been associated with it ever since" (Hume et al.). Uncut. Wrappers a bit spotted and with an expert repair to the spine; contents clean. An excellent copy. The additional Part II without wrappers, edges trimmed. Internally a very good, clean copy. Hume et al., 2009 "How Owen ‘stole' the Dodo", p. 45; Nissen IVB, 703. Not in Zimmer.

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        Roméo et Juliette Opéra en 5 Actes. de J. Barbier et M. Carré... Partition Chant & Piano. Arrangée par H. Salomon. [Piano-vocal score]

      Paris: Choudens [PN A.C. 1411.], 1867. First Edition, first issue. Roméo et Juliette was first performed at the Théâtre Lyrique in Paris on April 27, 1867. The opera was "Gounod's most spectacular immediate success. Coming as it did during the Exposition Universelle of 1867, when Paris was invaded by visitors from the provinces and abroad, the opera drew full houses for many consecutive nights. It started its rapid conquest of foreign stages at Covent Garden on 11 July 1867 and before the end of the year had been seen at major centres in Germany and Belgium." Steven Huebner in Grove Music Online.. Large octavo. Quarter red pebbled cloth with marbled boards, titling gilt to spine. 1f. (recto decorative lithographic title by Barbizet printed in light purple, verso blank), 1f. (recto dedication "A Sa Majesté Charles XV Roi de Suède de Norvège" printed in blue, verso blank), 1 (named cast list and index), 2-303, [i] (blank) pp. Lithographed. Named cast includes Carvalho, Daram, Duclos, Michot, Puget, Laurent, Barré, Laveissière, Troy jeune, Troy, Cazaux, Wartel and Neveu. Publisher's handstamp to lower margin of title. Binding slightly worn, rubbed, and bumped; hinges split; endpapers browned. Some dampstaining to inner margins; occasional splitting, creasing, and small tears.

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        Guide pratique du jardinier paysagiste. Composition et ornementation des parcs, des jardins etc. Détails pittoresques accidents du terrain, effets des arbres et des plantes d'ornament, points de vue, distribution des eaux, maisons d'habitation, fabriques, pavillons, kiosques, bancs, ponts, jardins potagers, vergers, vignobles, etc. Album de 24 plans coloriés. Accompagné d'un texte descriptif et très-détaillé sur l'art des jardins le choix et la distribution des végetaux en France, en Italie et en Espagne. Traduction de l'Allemand par J. Rothschild revue et précedée d'une introduction générale de Charles Naudin. Deuxième edition.

      - Paris, J. Rothschild, 1867. 4to (30.5 x 21.0 cm). iv, 48 pp. and 24 double-paged hand-coloured lithographed plates printed by M. Singer in Leipzig. Original blue printed boards.l Rare French edition of the German garden book "Ideen zu kleinen Garten-Anlagen" (first published in 1860, also with 24 plates). Charles Naudin from the Museum d'Histoire Naturelle wrote the introductory text, and added some text with regard to French, Italian and Spanish gardens. These are not discussed in the German edition. Edges a bit rubbed, otherwise a fine copy. Ganay, Bibl. de l'art des Jardins, 269. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MacPhail's National Directory of Tasmania for 1867-68. Including a correct and complete map of the colony: and The Tasmanian Yearly Advertiser.

      Hobart Town: Myles Macphail. 1867. Ferguson 12118. vi (adverts, page v with the large folding Yearly Advertiser, laid down on linen), [x] (prelims, but here LACKING THE FOLDING MAP), 40 (adverts, with index), 200pp. Original cloth, decorated in blind, lettered in gilt; extremities a little rubbed, name scraped from front paste-down endpaper. Neat recent repairs to head and tail of spine and both hinges. A nice clean copy, but without the map. .

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        The Pictorial Edition of the Works of Shakspere

      London: Charles Knight and Co.,, 1867. Edited by Charles Knight. 8 volumes, quarto (240 x 162 mm). Contemporary green half morocco, elaborate decoration to spines gilt, raised bands, matching cloth boards, marbled endpapers and edges. With numerous engravings. Some occasional foxing, spines faded and rubbed, a good set. An attractively bound set of Shakespeare's works. The publisher and writer Charles Knight (1791–1873) was already a Shakespeare lover and bibliophile in his teens, when he owned an imperfect First Folio which he made up by printing the missing pages from a facsimile edition. "[H]is first major project as an author took shape in 1837, when he resolved to produce a pictorial edition of Shakespeare's works. He started searching for 'authentic' visual materials and began a critical reading of the texts. His edition was based substantially — indeed, too substantially — on the first folio edition, although he made comparisons with other quartos and, in some cases, with originals in the British Museum. His background reading led to a deep interest in Shakespeare's life and the edition, published between 1838 and 1841 (he published six later editions of the works of Shakespeare), was prefaced with a one-volume biography [actually the biography was issued last, in 1843]. Knight succeeded in contextualizing Shakespeare's life as no biographer except Nathan Drake had done, and in dismissing a couple of the more absurd legends surrounding the playwright's early life" (ODNB).

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        Autograph musical quotation signed. N. p., 4. IX. 1867.

      Oblong 4to. 1 p. 16 bars from his piano trio no. 4 (op. 35). - Another autograph musical quotation signed by Blanc (17 bars for piano, dated 23 June 1867) on the reverse.

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        De la culture des vignes , de la vinification et des vins dans le Médoc. Avec un état des vignobles d'après leur réputation.

      Bordeaux, P. Chaumas, 1867. - In-8°, XV-646p. Troisième édition, revue et augmentée. Illustré de 4 planches lithographiées hors texte. Rousseurs sur les tranches ainsi que sur les 3 premiers et les 3 derniers feuillets, sinon très bon exemplaire. Reliure demi-chagrin vert, dos lisse avec titre doré à froid. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Game Birds and Wild Fowl of Sweden and Norway ; with an Account of the Seals and Salt-Water Fishes of those Countries

      Bok. Second edition, Frederick Warne and Co., London 1867. xx, 599, (1) s. 60 illustrationer i texten, 52 litograferade planscher, varav 48 i färg, utv.-karta över Sverige och Norge i ficka. Gulddekorerat originalklotband med övre guldsnitt i bra skick. Ryggen smakfullt renoverad, rebacked. De första sidorna och den första planschen ngt gulfläckiga. 20x27 cm.

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        Payroll of the New York and Austin Silver Mining Company - No. 21

      1867. (NEVADA MINING). Pay Roll of the New York & Austin Silver Mining Company, Austin, Reese River District, Nevada. No. 21. Austin, Nevada: New York & Austin Silver Mining Company, April 30th, 1868. Folio, single leaf, printed ledger form completed in manuscript, with United States and Nevada revenue stamps affixed; docketed on verso. $2800.Original payroll ledger for the “Florida Mine” of the New York & Austin Silver Mining Company, dated April 30th, 1868, completed in manuscript with the names of the mine's employees along with their daily wages, signed for by each and with original revenue stamps affixed. In excellent condition—Nevada and United States revenue stamps from this period are quite uncommon.Formed in 1866 by a group of New York businessmen, the New York and Austin Silver Mining Company had a successful ten-year run in the Reese River District of Nevada; the owners named Edwin A. Sherman, an experienced public official and newspaper editor, as superintendent of mining activities. This page from the payroll ledger gives ample evidence that the company, while recently formed, was a well-run business with tight controls and accountability brought about by a substantial capital investment and competent management. From the estate of the company's superintendent at the mine in Austin, Nevada, Edwin A. Sherman. Sherman (1829-1914), a native of Brocton, Massachusetts, worked for a series of newspapers before enlisting in the army during the Mexican-American War, where he assisted with the army newspaper American Flag. After the war he traveled to California in the Gold Rush, mining for a while before once again turning to writing and editing. After serving in a variety of local offices in California and Nevada during the 1850s and 60s, Sherman accepted the position of superintendent for the New York & Austin Silver Mining Company in 1866. He resigned in 1869 to take up a series of public offices in Nevada. He returned to San Francisco in 1877, spending his remaining years in the Bay area, contributing to local newspapers and magazines, especially on mining matters.Fold lines. Fine condition.

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        Zimmermann\'s malerische Reisen nach den Inseln des indischen und stillen Meeres. Ein Natur- und Zonen-Gemälde für die reifere Jugend bearbeitet von Carl Zastrow. 2 Bände

      Wartig 1867 Wartig, Leipzig, 1867. 404 S./456 S. mit 2 lithogr. colorierten Frontispiz-Tafeln und zahlreichen Textholzschnitten, original Halbleder/Halbfranzbände mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel (etwas berieben) - gute Exemplare - Versand D: 5,90 EUR Reisen,Ethnologie/Erdkunde

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        EXCURSION OVER THE UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY, EASTERN DIVISION, FROM PHILADELPHIA TO FORT HARKER, KANSAS [caption title]. [with:] UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY - EASTERN DIVISION. PROCEEDINGS OF A MEETING OF EXCURSIONISTS, HELD NEAR FORT HARKER...[caption title]

      Philadelphia, 1867. 4pp. printed in red and blue; [1]p. Quarto. First piece with old folds. Sheets separated at central fold, some separation at horizontal fold on each sheet. Minor soiling. Good. Second piece also with old folds and separation at lower portion of sheet. Some light chipping and wear with minor losses. About good. Souvenir from a railroad excursion from Philadelphia to Fort Harker, Kansas, which set out on May 31st and reached Fort Harker on June 6th and returned to Philadelphia on the 14th. The goal was to impress potential major customers and possible investors with the progress of the railroad toward the Rockies. The piece prints the proceedings of their meeting, held at Fort Harker, in which they extol the virtues and comforts of their travel accommodations and the helpfulness of everyone involved. The final page contains a list of the excursionists, noting which are from the East and which joined the party at St Louis and points West. There are nearly 150 names on the list, with travelers hailing from Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, West Virginia, Indiana, Detroit, New Orleans, and England, among others. The second piece records similar text, being the minutes of a meeting held by the excursionists on June 7th at Fort Harker. The Union Pacific Eastern Division ran from Kansas City, Kansas through to Colorado Territory, where it joined up with the Union Pacific's main line by 1870. The railroad operated as the Kansas Pacific from 1869 to 1880.

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        Roméo et Juliette Opéra en 5 Actes. de J. Barbier et M. Carré... Partition Chant & Piano. Arrangée par H. Salomon. [Piano-vocal score].

      Paris: Choudens [PN A.C. 1411.], [1867]. Large octavo. Quarter red pebbled cloth with marbled boards, titling gilt to spine. 1f. (recto decorative lithographic title by Barbizet printed in light purple, verso blank), 1f. (recto dedication "A Sa Majesté Charles XV Roi de Suède de Norvège" printed in blue, verso blank), 1 (named cast list and index), 2-303, [i] (blank) pp. Lithographed. Named cast includes Carvalho, Daram, Duclos, Michot, Puget, Laurent, Barré, Laveissière, Troy jeune, Troy, Cazaux, Wartel and Neveu. Publisher's handstamp to lower margin of title. Binding slightly worn, rubbed, and bumped; hinges split; endpapers browned. Some dampstaining to inner margins; occasional splitting, creasing, and small tears. First Edition, first issue. Roméo et Juliette was first performed at the Théâtre Lyrique in Paris on April 27, 1867. The opera was "Gounod's most spectacular immediate success. Coming as it did during the Exposition Universelle of 1867, when Paris was invaded by visitors from the provinces and abroad, the opera drew full houses for many consecutive nights. It started its rapid conquest of foreign stages at Covent Garden on 11 July 1867 and before the end of the year had been seen at major centres in Germany and Belgium." Steven Huebner in Grove Music Online.

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        Roméo et Juliette Opéra en 5 Actes. de J. Barbier et M. Carré. Partition Chant & Piano. Arrangée par H. Salomon. [Piano-vocal score]

      Choudens [PN A.C. 1411.], Paris 1867 - Large octavo. Quarter red pebbled cloth with marbled boards, titling gilt to spine. 1f. (recto decorative lithographic title by Barbizet printed in light purple, verso blank), 1f. (recto dedication "A Sa Majesté Charles XV Roi de Suède de Norvège" printed in blue, verso blank), 1 (named cast list and index), 2-303, [i] (blank) pp. Lithographed.Named cast includes Carvalho, Daram, Duclos, Michot, Puget, Laurent, Barré, Laveissière, Troy jeune, Troy, Cazaux, Wartel and Neveu. Publisher's handstamp to lower margin of title.Binding slightly worn, rubbed, and bumped; hinges split; endpapers browned. Some dampstaining to inner margins; occasional splitting, creasing, and small tears. First Edition, first issue. Roméo et Juliette was first performed at the Théâtre Lyrique in Paris on April 27, 1867. The opera was "Gounod's most spectacular immediate success. Coming as it did during the Exposition Universelle of 1867, when Paris was invaded by visitors from the provinces and abroad, the opera drew full houses for many consecutive nights. It started its rapid conquest of foreign stages at Covent Garden on 11 July 1867 and before the end of the year had been seen at major centres in Germany and Belgium." Steven Huebner in Grove Music Online. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lithografie- Karte, hrsg. v. Hauptmann F. v. Rappard, "Topographisch Statistische Karte der Kreise Cochem und Zell . 1867".

      - mit altem Grenzkolorit, dat. 1867, 80 x 64 (H) Rappard war Hauptmann im königl. preuss. 35.ten Infanterieregiment. - Seltene Gebietskarte der Kreise Cochem und Zell. Mit Einzeichnung kleinster Orte, Strassen, Eisenbahnen, Ämter, Kirchen, Mühlen usw. . - Gebiet: Mayen, Boppard, Kirchberg/Hunsrück, Traben-Trarbach, Lützerath. Im Zentrum der Karte Mastershausen/Hunsrück. Am rechten Rand eine Übersichtskarte des Reg.-Bez. Koblenz, darunter der Titel und Massstab ( 1: 80000). Links oben ein Kasten mit statischen Angaben, links unten Erklärungen. - Restauriert ( alte Faltstellen geglättet )

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        Colton's Wisconsin

      New York, 1867. unbound. very good(+). Case map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 15.5" x 13" Rare and beautifully detailed map of Wisconsin divided into counties and townships. Showing all major routes, railroads and waterways. Includes an uncolored inset of Milwaukee and its vicinity. Repair to verso where map was hinged to booklet. A few small tears to edges. Two reinforced punch holes to bottom of border. Library stamp of the American Museum of Natural History on verso. Booklet missing. The Colton family was one the most prolific and successful publishers of maps and atlases in the United States.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1867 - 1867 Original Wisden in Very Good Condition

      As far as I am aware, this is the first 1867 in original covers to be offered on this site. The book itself is in excellent condition. The front and rear wrappers are very slightly darkened and with the odd mark as can be seen from the photographs. The wrappers are entirely complete without any chips or loss. There is a small closed tear to the front wrapper which has not resulted in any loss at all. Internally, the book is in fabulous condition for it's age. The pages are clean, original and unmarked. The book has had no restoration whatsoever. It is very rare to find a book of this age in entirely original condition with it's original wrappers. A super copy. We also have fabulous copies for 1864 and 1868 in original wrappers which we hope to list shortly.

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        LA PLEBE. Romanzo sociale.

      Favale, 1867. (Codice LC/0642) In 4° (cm 32) 4 parti rilegate in unico volume 172, 176, 204, 261 pagine. Edizione originale, molto rara. Cfr. Parenti, Rarità, IV/215. Testo su 2 colonne, qualche pag. ingiallita. Buona legatura d'epoca, m. pelle, tit. oro. Nota ex libris alla sguardia, antico restauro e firma al front. Buon e genuino esemplare. Euro 450.00 ~~~ SPEDIZIONE IN ITALIA SEMPRE TRACCIATA

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        Bust Photogarph of Walter Rathenau with a cigarette

      4to. 4to. Walther Rathenau (September 29, 1867 - June 24, 1922) was German Jewish industrialist, politician, writer, and statesman who served as Foreign Minister of Germany during the Weimar Republic. He was assassinated on June 24, 1922, two months after the signing of the Treaty of Rapallo, 1922. A stron Nationalist and an Anti-Zionist.

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        Collection of three photographs and five broadside playbills

      Comprising: HAMLET: Three black-and-white photographs of Booth in the role of Hamlet (two 4 x 2 3/4 inches, one 5 1/2 x 4 inches on 6 1/2 x 4 1/4 inch mount, 87 Union Square NY); Playbill, 9 x 4 inches, Boston Theatre, 8 April 1867. Boston: F. A. Searle, 1867. -- RICHARD III. Playbill, 9 x 4 inches, Boston Theatre, 27 April 1867. Boston: F. A. Searle, 1867. -- MACBETH. Playbill, 9 x 4 inches, Booth's Theatre, 5-6 October n.y. (Some losses at edges affecting text.) -- OTHELLO. Playbill, 9 x 4 inches, New York, 8 October, n.y. (Clipped from a newspaper with text on verso, chip at edge with loss of text.) -- KING LEAR. Playbill, 9 x 4 inches, Booth's Theatre, 17-18 October [1881]. (Closely trimmed and with a few abrasions affecting some letters, remnants of previous mounting.) Also advertises upcoming performances of the Merchant of Venice and Richard III. A fine collection of scarce ephemera relating to America's most celebrated Shakespearean actor, and brother of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth. One of three illigitimate sons of the actor John Brutus Booth, Edwin Booth began performing at a young age next to his father. His success was marred by association with his brother, but his career and influence endured until his death in 1893. He ran his own innovative theatre from 1869 to 1874 in New York, succumbing to bankruptcy during the financial panic of the previous year. He afterwards toured the world and regained his fortune. He is best remembered for his record-setting run as Hamlet: to quote William Winter's contemporary review of him in Harper's 1881, it was "the part which has been the chief means of his development, his fortune, his fame, and the genuine, permanent and loving esteem in which he is held by the great body of his countrymen." Booth had first played Hamlet in New York, at Burton's in 1857. Beginning November 16, 1864, and ending March 24, 1865, he played the part at the Winter Garden, for 100 nights, at that time the longest run any Shakespearian play had ever had in America.

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        The Pictorial Edition of the Works of Shakspere. Edited by Charles Knight.

      London: Charles Knight and Co., 1867 - 8 volumes, quarto (240 x 162 mm). Contemporary green half morocco, elaborate decoration to spines gilt, raised bands, matching cloth boards, marbled endpapers and edges. Some occasional foxing, spines faded and rubbed, a good set. With numerous engravings. An attractively bound set of Shakespeare's works. The publisher and writer Charles Knight (1791–1873) was already a Shakespeare lover and bibliophile in his teens, when he owned an imperfect First Folio which he made up by printing the missing pages from a facsimile edition. "[H]is first major project as an author took shape in 1837, when he resolved to produce a pictorial edition of Shakespeare's works. He started searching for 'authentic' visual materials and began a critical reading of the texts. His edition was based substantially — indeed, too substantially — on the first folio edition, although he made comparisons with other quartos and, in some cases, with originals in the British Museum. His background reading led to a deep interest in Shakespeare's life and the edition, published between 1838 and 1841 (he published six later editions of the works of Shakespeare), was prefaced with a one-volume biography [actually the biography was issued last, in 1843]. Knight succeeded in contextualizing Shakespeare's life as no biographer except Nathan Drake had done, and in dismissing a couple of the more absurd legends surrounding the playwright's early life" (ODNB).

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        TALES OF THE WILD AND THE WONDERFUL ..

      London and Halifax, Yorkshire: Milner and Sowerby, 44, Paternoster Row, 1867.. Small octavo, pp. [i-v] vi [vii-viii] 9-320, inserted frontispiece and engraved title on conjugate leaf, original decorated green cloth, front and rear panels stamped in blind, spine panel stamped in gold and blind, yellow coated endpapers. Expanded edition. Anonymously published collection of five "tales of diablerie" -- novellas, really, in most cases -- whose authorship has been disputed. For years it was thought to be the work of George Borrow, but the preponderance of opinion now leans towards Mary Diana Dods, the illegitimate daughter of a Scottish aristocrat. Writing under a male pseudonym ("David Lyndsay"), Dods contributed to BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE and literary annuals and gift books. In letters to BLACKWOOD'S editor, she claimed authorship of the present book. In addition to her masculine pseudonym, Dods affected masculine attire and, with the help of her friend, Mary Shelley, "eloped" to Paris with another woman and lived there as "Mr. and Mrs. Sholto Douglas." With the exception of "Der Freischütz," a translation of a well-known German weird tale by Apel, the stories are original, though generally imbued, as the author acknowledges in the preface, with material borrowed from fairy tales. The material is best seen as a late efflorescence of the Romantic-Gothic movement then waning in England with the recent deaths of Byron, Maturin and Percy Shelley. Dods herself died sometime around 1830. See Betty T. Bennett, Mary Diana Dods, A Gentleman and a Scholar, especially pp. 66-8. This expanded edition, published as part of Milner and Sowerby's "Wide Wide World Library" series, appends two stories, "The Spectre Barber" and "The Sleeping Friar; or the Stone of Father Cuddy," both of which appeared earlier in TRADITIONS AND LEGENDS OF THE ELF, THE FAIRY, AND THE GNOME, n.d. (circa 1830s) and TALES OF FAIRY LAND; OR, LEGENDS OF THE OLDEN TIME ... (1844), neither written by Dods (as near as we can tell). Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 1-82. Block, The English Novel 1740-1850, p. 24 (1825 edition, attributed to George Borrow). Garside, Raven & Schöwerling, 1825: 15 (1825 edition). Wolff 601 (1825 edition). Bleiler (1978), p. 27. Cloth rubbed at edges, some mild stains to cloth along fore-edges, hairline cracks along inner hinges, a very good copy. COPAC reports one copy (Oxford); no copies found on OCLC. Rare. (#153334)

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        Eglises de Bourgs et Villages.

      A. Morel, Paris 1867 - Folio. Handsomely rebound. Close architectural renderings of Romanesque Churches by a pupil of Violett-Le-Duc--- A. de Baudot. The plates are in fine condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        FRIEDRICHSBURG, DIE COLONIE DES DEUTSCHEN FÜRSTEN-VEREINS IN TEXAS

      Leipzig, 1867. Two volumes bound in one. [12],233,[1]; [6],236,[1]pp. Contemporary three-quarter cloth, spine gilt. Minor shelf wear. Very minor foxing. Two leaves trimmed closely and reinforced at edges, not affecting text. Very good. An authentic account of early German Texas, although cast as a novel set in the German colony at Fredericksburg, Texas, written by Friedrich August Strubberg, who was the director of the settlement in 1846 and 1847. Strubberg (1806-89) was a prolific author wrote many novels set in German Texas. Fredericksburg was settled in 1846 by the Adelsverein, an organization of German noblemen first associated in 1842 for the purposes of acquisition of land in Texas and the support of emigration by German nationals to that land. An important and authentic account, even if fictionalized. GRAFF 4017. HOWES S1088. RADER 2997.

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        Autograph letter signed. Bruxelles, 5. IX. 1867.

      1867. 8vo. 1 p. To the music publishers Liepmannssohn & Dufour in Paris: "[...] Je suis contrarié de ne pas avoir Frizzi (4173) que je cherche de puis longtemps et dont j'ai besoin pour les additions de ma Biographie des musiciens. Si vous pouviez obtenir de la personne à qui vous l'avez vendu de me la céder, vous me rendriez grand service [...]". - On headed paper "Conservatoire royal de musique - Cabinet du Directeur".

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        THE TENANTS OF MALORY. A NOVEL ..

      New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, Franklin Square, 1867.. Octavo, pp. [1-5] 6-176, original light tan wrappers printed in black, sewn. First U.S. edition. Issued as "Harper's Library of Select Novels," number 300. A criminous sensation novel. Hubin (1994), p. 493. Mild spine roll, a very good copy. Housed in an attractive custom clamshell box. (#151824)

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        Nonsensical Rhymes Illustrated (Rummical Rhymes; Ye Comical Rhymes of Ancient Times)

      New York: Hurd and Houghton, 1867. First US edition. Hardcover. Near fine. Square 8vo. 91,(1) unnumbered pages. Printed in red and black throughout with illustrations on every other page in red and black after J. V. Barnett. This is a compilation (and a U.S. pirated edition?) of two of Dean's London publications: "Rummical Rhymes and Pictures", which, according to Arthur Deex, was published in 1862; and " Ye Comical Rhymes of Ancient Times Dug Up into Jokes for Small Folk", 1864. The "Bookselelr" of September 30, 1864, attributed authorship of the verses to Charles Henry Ross; the illustrations are signed in the Dean editions by "JVB"; i.e., J. V. Barnett. His initials have been removed from the American illustrations. Part one is an alphabet book; each letter is somehow part of the illustration as well as the nonsense verse: There was a Young Lady of Cork, Who declining to eat with a Fork, Her Fingers would use, And the feelings abuse, Of the delicate people of Cork. Each letter of the alphabet has its own illustration and verse except I & J and V & U, which are each combined. The second half of the book seems to be a printing of the "Ye Comical Rhymes of Ancient Times", also with a page for the verse, with the red and black illustration facing: Hokee Pokee! Hankee Pankee! I'm the Queen of Swinkee Swankee! And I'm pretty well, I thankee! Publisher's plain purplish cloth, title in gilt on the upper board; pencil ownership name on the front free endpaper; hinges and edges lightly worn with a wear mark on the upper board, some fingering soil to the text pages but a very good to near fine copy and quite scarce: only 3 copies located worldwide; the original Dean's editions are likewise scarce. The date of publication is taken from the "American Literary Gazette" of September 16, 1867, which lists this title as 'recently published'.

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        Deutsche Dichter des sechzehnten Jahrhunderts. Mit Einleitungen und Worterklärungen.

      F.A. Brockhaus, Leipzig 1867 - 1867-1883. zus. ca. 6000 S. 18 Bände. HLeinenbände d. Zeit mit Rückentitel. Gering berieben; Rücken mit Bibliotheksschildchen; Vorsatz u. Titel jeweils mit kleinem Stempel u. Bibliothekssignatur. 5000 Gramm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Architecture. Designs For Street Fronts, Suburban Houses, And Cottages, Including Details For Both Exterior And Interior, Of The Above Classes Of Buildings. Also, A Great Variety Of Details Not Included In The Designs, Illustrated By Elevations

      NY: Published By The Authors (A.J. Bicknell, General Agent), 1867. Third edition. Hardcover. Orig. publisher's cloth decorated in blind, front cover lettering in gilt bright. Very good.. 2 pages text. Folio, 33 x 26 cm. Fifty-two plates comprising 382 designs and 714 illustrations, presenting details of street front architecture; country houses, villas and domestic architecture generally. The authors offer a variety of elevations for commercial and dwelling houses with the admonition the designs could well serve those who cannot secure the services of an architect -- window caps, porches, gables. ornamental work , etc are presented. Good examples of city row houses. HITCHCOCK 299. Plates and text clean, chipping to front cover joint, backstrip extremities worn, corners bumped.

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        Colton's Wisconsin

      New York 1867 - Case map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 15.5" x 13" Rare and beautifully detailed map of Wisconsin divided into counties and townships. Showing all major routes, railroads and waterways. Includes an uncolored inset of Milwaukee and its vicinity. Repair to verso where map was hinged to booklet. A few small tears to edges. Two reinforced punch holes to bottom of border. Library stamp of the American Museum of Natural History on verso. Booklet missing. The Colton family was one the most prolific and successful publishers of maps and atlases in the United States.

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        Iconographie général et méthodique du costume du IV au XIX siècle. (315-1815). Collection gravée à l'eau-forte d'après les documents authentiques & inédits par Raphael Jacquemin

      Libraire v. Gastinger, Paris 1867 - Oversize folio (18" X 12"). 1 of 2 volumes. Portfolio. 64 plates. Green paper covered boards over leather spine and corners with pasted-on title plate [in German]. Chipping to plate. Wear to head and tail of spine and corners. Scuffing, staining and rubbing to boards. Writing to inside of front board. Title page and table of contents covered in protected tight mylar jacket. Pulling to edges on some pages. Magnificent collection of full-page color painted plates with captions, depicting fashion from the 4th to the 9th century in Europe, but mainly in France. Text in French. Cover in fair, plates in very good condition. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Chronique de Abou-Djafar-Mohammad Ben Djarir Ben Yezid Tabari, traduite sur la version Persane d’Abou-Ali Mohammed Belami d’aprés les manuscrits de Paris, de Gotha, de Londres et de Canterbury par Hermann Zotenberg ( FOUR VOLUMES).

      Imprimerie Imperiale, Paris 1867 - Volume I: [1], VIII, 599 pp. / Volume II: II, 552 pp. / Volume III: 752 pp. / Vol. IV: III, 655 pp; half-titles, contemporary half-calf, title gilt and labeled on raised spine consisting of six compartments, original wrappers preserved, upper edges gilt, marbled endpapers, blindstamps on titles & other leaves, a presentation copy by Mrs. Miles to Bath Public Library as shown in bookplates verso front covers, minor spotting. Set published 1867-1874. Al-Tabari was the first Moslem to have written a general chronicle. He wrote history, theology and Qur'anic commentary. His legal writings were published first and then continued to appear throughout his life. Next were his commentaries on the Qur'an. Lastly, his history was published. Despite a style that makes it seem he drew largely on oral sources, written material (both published and unpublished) provided him with the bulk of his information. This edition is based on a Persian digest of this work, made in 963 by the Samanid scholar al-Bal'ami, translated into French by Hermann Zotenberg. This translation is considered the most celebrated work that Zotenberg conducted during his service at the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris. The biographers of Al Tabari stress his reverence for scholarship and his keen intent to offer his readers hard fact., energy of the creation of the world until the dynasties of its time while passing by prophets, until the Rise of the Prophet in Arabia, and the first Caliphates. This work was written by al-Tabari in Baghdad a few years before his death. It spread quickly throughout the Muslim World and was translated into Turkish and Persian. halfway between poetry and history, with the crossroad of very diverse traditions, this monumental work is an essential reference of Islamic studies, it contains historiographic sources, as well as the life of the Prophet as for the three centuries which followed its death. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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