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2017-07-06 09:22:29
Gauthier Villars, Paris, 1867. Brown wrappers on this set of 6 French issues on flight and aeronautics. Chips, some dog-earring, and edge wear, with light foxing on pages and a few soil spots. Issue No. 1 has penciled content notes on the top of the front wrap. This appears to be a complete run, published by the Vicomte de Ponton D'Amecourt. A variety of articles on the theoretical and observed aspects of flight such as "Aviation and the Flight of Birds." ; 4to 11" - 13" tall [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Back of Beyond Books, ABAA [Moab, UT, U.S.A.]
2017-07-05 22:23:57
London Edward Moxon 1867. Folio (approx. 42.5 x 31.5cm) green buckram bound hardback with bevelled boards. All edges gilt. Decorative gilt titles to upper board and spine. 41pp. text plus 9 b/w engraved plates with tissue guards. A clean copy with no previous owners' markings or inscriptions. A little foxing and offsetting to tissue-guards, otherwise internally clean and bright. Boards and spine rather worn and rubbed. Overall a Good Copy. (Shelf 5) NOTE: Very Heavy BOOK: (2.1kg+) Postage outside the UK MIGHT incur a surcharge.** Pictures available upon request, if not already displayed here.** The shop is open 7 days a week. Over 20,000 books in stock - come and browse. PayPal, credit and most debit cards welcome. Books posted worldwide. For any queries please contact us direct. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Chaucer Bookshop ABA ILAB [Canterbury, United Kingdom]
2017-07-05 22:23:57
Tennyson, Alfred .
Edward Moxon., London. 1867 - Light wear to extremities, otherwise a very good tight clean copy. 9 Full page engraved plates by Gustave Dore'. elephant folio. 49 pp. Original gilt and black decorated blue cloth, all edges gilt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Zephyr Books
2017-07-05 22:23:57
Alfred Tennyson
Edward Moxon and Co. 1867 - Tooled leather boards and spine decorated and lettered in gilt; rubbing to the spine's five raised bands, 7 mm loss around it's head, rubbing at the base and also the four front corners. Slight marks on central panels suggest use as drawing board; two spots of paint on base. Internally inscription in panel at front; infrequent foxing, occaional finger marks. Please contact concerning extra postal charges outside UK Size: Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hugh Hardinge Books [United Kingdom]
2017-07-05 18:15:15
Alfred de Musset
Charpentier, Paris 1867 - 735; 55 pages, 28 Dessins de M. Bida. Very fine steel engraved, clear impressions. Portrait. Text in two columns,(good print), 4 to. mor. back, all edges gilt, some foxing, 24 engravings (including: Ballin, Levy, Meunier, Desvachez, Goutiere, Nargeot, and Levasseur), 2 bookplates and bookseller sticker inside front cover. Approx. 29 cm tall x 21 cm wide x 5 cm deep. 2.3 kilo (5 lbs.)Very small tear at top of spine. Insurance on shipping extra, shipping price calculated separately. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: creightbooks
2017-07-05 18:15:15
Alfred de Musset
Charpentier, Libraire-Editeur, Paris, 1867. Complete 9-volume set, presumed first edition. Small-format books in very good shape, light edgewear, marbled endpapers, very light foxing, pages otherwise clean and unmarked. Volumes include: Premieres Poesies, Poesies Nouvelles, Comedies et Proverbes (2 volumes), Nouvelles, Contes, La Confession d'un Enfant du Siecle, Melanges de Litterature et de Critique, Oeuvres Posthumes. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Capitol Hill Books [Washington, DC, U.S.A.]
2017-07-05 15:52:05
STEIN, Friedrich [d.i. Samuel Friedrich Nathaniel Ritter von Stein]:
Leipzig, Wilhelm Engelmann 1867. - 39 x 28 cm, VIII, 355 S. und 16 Kupfertafeln, dreiseitiger Goldschnitt, 1. Auflage, Halbleder der Zeit mit vergoldetem Rückentitel, Rückenvergoldung, Einband etwas berieben, Ecken bestoßen, Tafeln teils braunfleckig, sonst gut erhaltenes Exemplar, Hauptwerk des Postsdamer Zoologen Friedrich Stein (1818-1885), das die Grundlage für alle späteren Forschungen bildete. - Nissen, 3968, [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Werner Steinbeiß
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2017-07-05 15:40:58
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2017-07-05 07:08:49
"ARIEL" [PAYNE, Buckner H.]
Cincinnati : Published for the Proprietor, 1867. Second edition. Octavo, original printed green wrappers, 48 pp; a near fine copy. Colonel Buckner H. Payne (1799-1889) was an American clergyman, publisher and racist pamphleteer. Under the pseudonym of Ariel, Payne authored a racist pamphlet, offering a counter-argument to the Curse of Ham, suggesting instead that blacks did not descend from Ham (and thus not from Adam and Eve) - with the implication that they do not possess a soul.
Bookseller: Douglas Stewart Fine Books [Melbourne, Australia]
2017-07-05 02:41:54
The rare photograph of Verrill, the white male charged but not convicted of murder, accused by Clifton Harris, the African American hanged for the crime, as the murders' perpetrator, leading in part to Maine's abolition of the death penalty in 1887. Photograph measuring about 2 1/2 x 3 3/4 inches, a good clear image showing Verrill standing, left hand on hip, right hand on chair; no copy located. C.C. Conlon, Portland?, 1867.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
2017-07-04 18:04:27
1867. Original photographs, 8 albumen prints, 7,5 x 7 cm, on mount. KEYWORDS:france/paris/photo.
Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books [Netherlands]
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2017-07-04 15:52:25
PAris, 1867. 37 x 27 cm, 480 & 480 p., enrichi de beaucoup de xylographies, Rel. orgin. d' époque, Ecken bestossen
Bookseller: Antiquariat A. Wempe [Sarnen, Switzerland]
2017-07-04 13:12:22
SCHMITT, Dr. F. W. F.;
Thorn, Verlag von E. Lambeck 1867; EA; ca 21x14 cm; (4) 252 Seiten; Halbleinwandeinband d. Zt. mit handgeschr. Rückenschild (Einband leicht bestoßen und berieben, Titelblatt unten mit ca 1 cm Abschnitt, Name auf Titelblatt, ersten ca 5 Blätter und die letzten ca 5 Blätter braunfleckig, sonst nur geringfügig braunfleckig)Versand D: 5,00 EUR Polen; Pommern
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hilbert Kadgien
2017-07-04 13:12:22
SCHMITT, Dr. F. W. F.;
Thorn Verlag von E Lambeck, 1867. EA; ca 21x14 cm; (4) 252 Seiten; Halbleinwandeinband d. Zt. mit handgeschr. Rückenschild (Einband leicht bestoßen und berieben, Titelblatt unten mit ca 1 cm Abschnitt, Name auf Titelblatt, ersten ca 5 Blätter und die letzten ca 5 Blätter braunfleckig, sonst nur geringfügig braunfleckig) 0,000 gr. Polen; Pommern [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hilbert Kadgien [Marktredwitz, Germany]
2017-07-04 06:38:08
Pocci, Franz Graf von (1807 - 1876):
Lustige Gesellschaft. Bilderbuch von Fr. Pocci. - München : Braun & Schneider, 1867. - 1 Bl., 59 S. : überw. Ill. 22,5 x 28 cm. OPappband (gebräunt, fleckig, bestoßen) - Mit kol. Holzschnitt-Titelbl. und 31 kol. Holzschnitten /Bindung gelockert, Seiten leicht stockfleckig und fingerfleckig/ [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hardner [Dresden, Germany]
2017-07-03 21:52:32
Helper, Hinton Rowan
NY: George W. Carleton and Co., 1867., 1867. Small 8vo. x, 479 pp. Original embossed green cloth. Light wear at the extremities, scattered foxing, else tight, very good.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.
Bookseller: Thomas Dorn ABAA
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2017-07-03 18:47:56
LIBRAIRIE DE LA SUISSE ROMANDE 1867 - R320084363: 430 pages + 1 grande carte depliante en noir et blanc en Frontispice - Pliures de quelques pages sans conséquence relle - Plats et dos salis - Mors abimés. interieur FRAIS. / ENVOI DE L'AUTEUR - 3 PHOTOS DISPONIBLES. In-4 Broché. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 972-Amérique centrale [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Le-Livre
2017-07-03 17:59:50
S. Augustus Mitchell
The Mitchell company was one of the first to try out the newtechnique of engraving on steel plates, experimenting with steelalmost 20 years before the rest of the publishing industry. Hewas printing with steel in the early 1830's; the general switch tosteel was approximately 1850. During the early years of thecompany, Mitchell published mainly maps and travel guides. In1860, Mitchell started producing "Mitchell's New General Atlas",and Mitchell Sr. retired and turned the business over to his sonof the same name. The New General Atlas was published until1893. Today Mitchell maps are sought after for their fineengraving, bright coloring, and attention to detail. They aresome of the finest maps produced in the 1860's. This mapproduced in 1867, has Mitchell's unique floral border, and beautiful hand coloring. Texas isillustrated on this map. An inset map shows Galveston Bay andvicinity at a greater scale than on the main map. Other detailsinclude the names of counties, and important cities, creeks andrivers, mountain ranges, territories, railroads, and lakes.
Bookseller: Art Source International Inc. [Boulder, CO, U.S.A.]
2017-07-03 17:59:50
S. Augustus Mitchell Jr.
Philadelphia, 1867. This hand colored lithograph map, County Map of Texas, 12.5" x 15.25", was made by S. Augustus Mitchell for "Mitchell's New General Atlas" published in 1885. Featuring Mitchell's characteristic pastel coloring and detailed geographical features, this map is in Excellent condition, with only a slight tear on the lower right corner, slight discoloration around the edges and evidence of binding at the top. Details on this map, of Texas just before it seceded from the Union in 1861, include the eastern counties all labeled and in different colors, as well as undeveloped territory in western Texas. The inset shows Galveston Bay and Vicinity. The boarder around the map is a detailed vine, a common design on most of the Mitchell maps. S. Augustus Mitchell Jr. took over the map and publishing business his father. S. Augustus Mitchell Sr. had started, when he retired in 1860. The annually published New Universal Atlas under Mitchell Sr., was published under the name, the New General Atlas, when Mitchell Jr. took over. The New General Atlas was published until 1887.
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-07-03 17:36:59
Searle, Edis
Seeley, Jackson, and Halliday, London 1867 - 288pp. Hand coloured plates . G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover and joints rubbed. Some fading to spine. Illustrations VG [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd
2017-07-03 17:14:17
Lord (John Keast), Wanderer (The, pseud.)
By The Wanderer. Pp. xvi+284(last blank), wood engraved frontispiece portrait, vignette title page, and text illustrations, index; purple cloth, the spine lettered and decorated in gilt, boards decorated in blind, flecked and lightly worn, the spine faded to brown, with short split at foot, a couple of small damp spots to boards; uncut; school prize bookplate (of Ballarat College, dated 1867) on upper pastedown, hinges starting at a couple of points, scattered light foxing, occasional soiling, a few small damp stains and edge splits, the bottom fore-corner torn from lower free endpaper; Robert Hardwicke, London, 1867. First edition. *John Keast Lord (1818-1872) trained as a veterinary surgeon. In 1855 he was appointed to the British army in the East, and attached to the artillery of the Turkish contingent, with which he served in the Crimea. When British Columbia became a colony in 1858, Lord was the official naturalist to the commission which was sent out to run a boundary line along the 49th parallel of north latitude, separating the new colony from United States territory. This book includes some of his experiences from that time. Later, Lord was employed by the Viceroy in Egypt, and eventually he became the first manager of the Brighton Aquarium. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kay Craddock - Antiquarian Bookseller [Melbourne, VIC, Australia]
2017-07-03 17:01:53
Giotti Demetrio
Tip. di Lorenzo Monti, 1867. 16mo (cm. 16,2), 183 pp. Legatura ‘900 in mezzo marocchino verde con nervi, fregi e titolo oro al dorso. Lieve alone sulle prime due carte altrimenti ottimo esemplare. Raro.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.
2017-07-03 17:01:53
Giotti Demetrio
Tip. di Lorenzo Monti, Empoli, 1867. Legatura 900 in mezzo marocchino verde con nervi, fregi e titolo oro al dorso. Lieve alone sulle prime due carte altrimenti ottimo esemplare. Raro. 16mo (cm. 16,2), 183 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2017-07-03 15:27:28
S. Augustus Mitchell
1867. The Mitchell company was one of the first to try out the new technique of engraving on steel plates, experimenting with steel almost 20 years before the rest of the publishing industry. He was printing with steel in the early 1830's; the general switch to steel was approximately 1850. During the early years of the company, Mitchell published mainly maps and travel guides. In 1860, Mitchell started producing "Mitchell's New General Atlas", and Mitchell Sr. retired and turned the business over to his son of the same name. The New General Atlas was published until 1893. Today Mitchell maps are sought after for their fine engraving, bright coloring, and attention to detail. They are some of the finest maps produced in the 1860's. This map produced in 1867, has Mitchell's unique floral border, and beautiful hand coloring. This map details the city of Boston, streets,railroads, ferry routes and city sections are shown.An inset map of the country around Boston showing also its harbor and islands.
Bookseller: Art Source International Inc. [Boulder, CO, U.S.A.]
2017-07-03 14:52:03
William Frederick Mayers; N B Dennys; Charles King; Trubner & Co.
Trubner and Co. / A. Shortrede and Co. London / Hong Kong. 1867, 1867-01-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Octavo. viii, 668, xlviii, 26 pages, 29 unnumbered leaves of plates, folding maps. Beautifully rebound in modern 3/4 red Moroccan leather over marbled boards. Restoration to title page, Sketch of China Proper and Canton maps, China Proper lacking last fold of map. Library blindstamp on title page, stamps to page ends and final blank, scattered pencil marginalia, restoration to several margins. A few tears to folds of maps. Broken maps: First Appendix Map "Ocean Steam Routes of the World", split in two sections, map in Taku chapter, "Native Map of the Attack on Taku Forts" split in two sections. Tientsung and the Yellow River folding map split into two sections. Large folding map of the City of Canton has been restored and comepletely remounted on Japanese paper. Split along middle fold of map, moderate chip loss to map engraving along the folds.<br>"As trade between the East and the West grew in the mid-nineteenth century, increasing numbers of Westerners travelled to China and Japan, and in 1867 this guide to the key port cities such as Hong Kong and Nagasaki was published in both Hong Kong and London. Its editor, Nicholas Belfield Dennys (1813?-99) claimed it was the first such comprehensive handbook printed for public distribution. Intended for visitors and new residents, the guide was originally typeset in China, allowing place names and other words to be printed in Chinese characters. The specially commissioned maps were also engraved in China. The book includ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2017-07-03 09:15:06
Three albumen print photographs, carte de visite format, each 102 x 64 mm; two are inscribed verso in ink in Musgrove's own hand: 'Photo by Jas. Musgrove, Bulla May/67'; the third is also inscribed by Musgrove and dated 'Feb/67'. The albumen prints have a few light marks and some very mild foxing, but are in a very good state of preservation. The Victorian amateur photographer and inventor James Musgrove is not listed in Mechanical Eye (Davies and Stanbury), even though other amateur photographers such as Joseph and Ernest Docker and George Fordyce Story are included in that work. A late nineteenth century photograph by Musgrove of the creamery at Oaklands is held in the collection of the State Library of Victoria; otherwise, there appear to be no other extant copies of his photographs recorded in Australian collections. The quality of these three extremely rare, early portraits belies Musgrove's 'non-professional' status. The subjects in these wonderful compositions, most likely family members or neighbouring station owners, are photographed in Musgrove's 'home studio' setting at Bulla, north of Melbourne, in front of a hand drawn backdrop with a Classical architecture theme, probably created by Musgrove himself. Although he was a farmer, but was also deeply interested in science and technology, and is known to have applied for patents for several agricultural implements.
Bookseller: Douglas Stewart Fine Books
2017-07-03 00:20:20
Frignet, Ernest
Paris: Schlesinger Fréres, Libraires-Editeurs, 1867. Second edition. 1 vols. 8vo. Cowan p. 92: "Of the numerous works upon California, this is one of the best and most complete of that period. Many authorities have been consulted and carefully cited." Howes F385. Original wrappers, backed with brown paper tape. Very good.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2017-07-02 15:49:51
ZIEHRER, Carl Michael 1843-1922
2ff., one ca. 120 x 190 mm., the other 140 x 225 mm., versos blank. In the same scribal hand. In German. - "Confirmation of receipt of 60 fl., which I have received on today's date for my Polka 'Wunderfontaine' op. 86, as honorarium from Herr Carl Haslinger in cash and correctly. Vienna, May 14, 1867." Signed "CM Ziehrer" and "[?]Jenasch." - "Installment of fl. 100 on today's date received from H[err] Carl Haslinger in cash. July 18, 1868" signed "CM Ziehrer." Both leaves unevenly trimmed; small ink stain to 1867 receipt, obscuring word preceding signature. Ziehrer was an Austrian bandmaster and composer. "He was... invited to represent Austria at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, which was followed by an extended American tour, and which led to his dismissal for overstaying his leave. Renaming his band the Chicagoer Konzert-Kapelle he toured Germany widely... The greatest rival to the Strauss brothers, Ziehrer's long career was similar to Johann Strauss II except for the periods as a military bandmaster. This experience gave a brashness and swagger to his compositions which, influenced by local folk music, created his unmistakable style." John E. Diamond in Grove Music Online.
2017-07-02 15:49:51
ZIEHRER, Carl Michael 1843-1922
2017-07-02 14:33:55
BERLIN - BERLIN und seine Kunstschätze.
New York Appleton and Co, 1867. gest. Tit., 252 SS. und 103 Stst.- Ansichten, 4°, GLdr.- Bd. d. Zt. mit reicher Blindprägung, goldgepr. Rücken- u. Deckeltiteln, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung sowie Ganzgoldschnitt ( min. ber. u. best. ). Berlin - Bibl., S. 413. - Enthält neben Stichen nach berühmten Gemälden zahlr. Ansichten ( 26 ) von Berlin, darunter Alte Museum, Nicolaikirche, Zeughaus, Schloß, Brandenburger Tor, Oper, Universität, Schauspielhaus, Friedrichswerdersche Kirche, Palais des Kronprinzen, Charlottenburg, Bethanien, Bahnhöfe usw. - Teilweise etwas stockfleckig, insgesamt ein schönes Exemplar in sehr dekorativer Bindung.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
2017-07-02 10:12:37
Photographer unknown.
Circa 1867. Woodburytype photograph, 94 x 60 mm, laid down on contemporary plain card, 103 x 64 mm, recto of mount with contemporary caption in ink Miss Julia Matthews[sic], both the print and mount in fine condition. The singer and actress Julia Mathews (1842-1876) is best remembered for being the object of explorer Robert O'Hara Burke's infatuation. It is said that, on seeing her countenance for the first time, Burke attended every one of the young beauty's performances in the Victorian goldfields town of Beechworth. Burke gave Mathews a gold bracelet with a locket containing a portrait photograph of himself, and made her a proposal of marriage in Melbourne in August 1860. Mathews rejected the propsal, but prior to his departure on the ill-fated expedition with Wills, Burke wrote a will in which he bequeathed his entire estate to her. Burke later altered his will in a letter written during the expedition, leaving instead the bulk of his estate to his sister Hessie and only a small portion to Mathews. (See: BONYHADY, Tim. Burke and Wills : from Melbourne to myth. Canberra : National Library of Australia, 2002). Walter Woodbury was an English photographer and inventor who spent time on the Victorian goldfields in the 1850s and later in Java, where he established the photographic firm of Woodbury and Page in partnership with James Page. His ingenious photographic process, known as the Woodburytype, produced a remarkably sharp and permanent image. It was patented by Woodbury on his return to England in 1864, although the rights to its use were subsequently sold to various com … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Douglas Stewart Fine Books
2017-07-02 05:41:07
S. Augustus Mitchell
1867. The Mitchell company was one of the first to try out the new technique of engraving on steel plates, experimenting with steel almost 20 years before the rest of the publishing industry. He was printing with steel in the early 1830's; the general switch to steel was approximately 1850. During the early years of the company, Mitchell published mainly maps and travel guides. In 1860, Mitchell started producing "Mitchell's New General Atlas", and Mitchell Sr. retired and turned the business over to his son of the same name. The New General Atlas was published until 1893. Today Mitchell maps are sought after for their fine engraving, bright coloring, and attention to detail. They are some of the finest maps produced in the 1860's. This map produced in 1867, has Mitchell's unique floral border, and beautiful hand coloring. This map details California,counties, cities, towns, transportation routes, and topographical features are illustrated. Two inset maps are included showing the San Francisco Bay and Vicinity and a Map of the Settlements in the Great Salt Lake Country,Utah.
Bookseller: Art Source International Inc. [Boulder, CO, U.S.A.]
2017-07-02 00:02:57
LEE, Edwin
London: W.J. Johnson. 1867. 8vo., (2) + 96pp., title-page slightly foxed, inner margin (gutter) repaired, recently well bound in cloth, spine gilt lettered. First edition. Edwin Lee (d. 1870) was an enthusiastic commentator on the need for medical reform and the reform of the medical profession itself. 'Lee's interest in medical reform was such that he was invited to act as a witness to the 1848 select committee for medical registration and medical law amendment, where he was able to advance proposals previously put forward in Remarks upon Medical Organisation and Reform> (1846). He advocated three faculties of medicine—in London, Edinburgh, and Dublin—each of which would control the examination process in its respective country. He continued writing about the state of the medical profession throughout the 1850s. Medical reform, however, provided just a few of the vast quantity of words spilled from his pen. His most extensive writings related to spas and other health resorts.' [James Bradley in ODNB]. In 1867, Lee describes himself as 'formerly house-surgeon to, and a governor of, St. George's hospital'.
Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2017-07-01 07:32:21
Lovell, M. S.
Reeve & Co. 1867, London - 207 pp. Gilt decorated dark blue cloth. First edition. Neatly rebacked with original spine laid down. New endpapers. Corners worn. Coloured frontis and eleven additional coloured plates at rear. A few plates bound upside-down. Scarce title. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stephen Foster - ABA ILAB & PBFA
2017-07-01 07:30:35
Edmond Poullet
M. Hayez imprimeur de l'académie royale de Belgique, Bruxelles. Edmond Poullet, professeur à l'université catholique de Louvain HISTOIRE DU DROIT PENAL DANS L'ANCIEN DUCHE DE BRABANT, EN REPONSE A LA QUESTION SUIVANTE, PROPOSEE PAR L'ACADEMIE ROYALE : FAIRE L'HISTOIRE DU DROIT PENAL DANS L'ANCIEN DUCHE DE BRABANT 1867, Bruxelles, M. Hayez imprimeur de l'académie royale de Belgique In-4 (22,5 x 29 cm), relié, 346 pages, ex libris Bonne "respice et festina" Reliure demi-cuir basane marron, dos titré orné doré contenu du livre : Des origines et des développements historiques du droit criminel brabançon : des institutions criminelles de l'empire carlovingien, des institutions criminelles pendant la période féodale pure, de la formation et des développements ultérieurs des institutions criminelles brabançonnes proprement dites-L'organisation judiciaire et de la procèdure criminelle en Brabant depuis les Keures du treizième siècle : des justiciers ou officiers criminels brabançons, des tribunaux répressifs en Brabant, de la vengeance privée et d el'action judiciaire des parties lésées par une infraction, de l'action publique et de la procédure criminelle-Des dispositions pénales des Keures et des édits brabançons du treizième au seizième siècle : des principes généraux du droit criminel en Brabant, despeines usitées en Brabant, de leur exécution et du droit de grâce, des infractions et de leur réprssion dans la législation brabançonne-index Etat : reliure en mauvais état tachée avec lacunes de cuir et mors fendus, papier jauni mais propre, rare publication Poids : 1,250 kg [ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie KPMA [HENIN BEAUMONT, France]
2017-07-01 01:22:17
[Union Republican Congressional Committee]
Washington DC: Chronicle Print, 1867. First Edition. Wraps. Good +. 8vo. 8pp. Stapled wraps. Title on page 1. Untrimmed. Light soil, foxing and edge wear to wraps. This was the Republican plan for Reconstruction. President Johnson vetoed the act but the Republican controlled Congress overrode the veto.
Bookseller: Americana Books ABAA
2017-06-30 21:43:23
Baron William Conyngham Plunket Plunket
Smith Elder And Co - 1867. Hardcover. 410pp. 380pp. two Volumes 8vo . Good copy in original cloth. The Catholic Association. Catholic Relief. Agitation in Ireland. Nineteenth Century Ireland. . . . . [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kennys Bookshop and Art Galleries Ltd.
2017-06-30 20:39:59
Watts, Isaac
London: James Nisbet & Co., n.d. [1867]. First edition, 27 x 21.5cm [4to], in publisher's red sand-grain cloth w/embossed design to covers, gilt decorations & title to fr. cover & spine, bevelled edges, a.e.g., dark slate green ep.s, [i-vi], [i] ii-vi [vii-viii], [1] 2-76 [77-78 blank] pp. +frontis portrait by H. Anelay & 26 full-page & in-text graphotypes by William Holman Hunt, Thomas Morten, George du Maurier, Florence Claxton, etc., each text page decorated w/elaborate borders. "All the Engravings in this Volume, and the Cover, were executed by the Graphotype Engraving Process [by] Edward Roper & Co., Proprietors of the Patent, . . . London" (Note to verso of titlepage). Printed by Levey & Co., London. Inscribed to verso of fr. ep.: "To Kathleen Mary Gibbons, with Uncle Dater's love. July 2, 1896.: Binding Good (extremities bumped & worn, edges of covers a bit faded & worn, & rear hinge starting); contents Very Good (occas. edgewear & wrinkling, & 1 leaf mended w/archival tape). White 127-28 ("a very interesting experiment"), Reid passim, Fredeman 94.6, de Beaumont 393, Goldman 436 ("for a contemporary description of the [short-lived] graphotype process see J. Carpenter in 'Once a Week' 16 February 1867, pp.181-4"). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Leonard Roberts, Bookseller [Vancouver, BC, Canada]
2017-06-30 18:48:39
Pitasch, J. [AND] J. Zenker
Wien, Anton Hartinger & Sohn, 1867-1869. Two very large, oblong folded, chromithographed sheets, (58.7 x 71.3 cm each) in uniform printed pockets (20.5 x 12 cm each).= A collection of two very large, instructive and decorative plates, with ample descriptive text, of, respecively, forest maintenance, by J. Pitasch (Royal forester and director at the forestry school in Hinterbrühl), and forest harvesting, by Josef Zenker (assistant at the forestry school in Hinterbrühl). The plates show tools and methodology, around a central illustration with a general view of a forester's activities. Very good, clean, unmarked copies. Very rare. Not in any major bibliography.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Schierenberg [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2017-06-30 13:02:11
Henry Vizetelly
Tinsley Brothers, London 1867 - A near fine, clean and tight Two volume set, First Edition. Bound in full leather & SIGNED ZAEHNDORF BINDING. Binding is dated 1922. All edges gold gilt with five raised bands and gold lace-like dentelles to inside boars and marbled end papers. Forty-seven Illustrated plates. Mild rubbing, chips to top of spine of vol. one. No bumped corners. A handsome set. *** WE BOX AND SHIP ALL BOOKS WITH USPS TRACKING. *** WE HAVE BEEN BUYING AND SELLING USED BOOKS FOR OVER 36 YEARS. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Booklegger's Used Books ABAA
2017-06-30 12:59:44
YATES, Edmund Hodgson.
Tinsley Bros. 1867 A few spots. Handsome contemp. half green calf, elaborately gilt spines, maroon labels; corners sl. rubbed. Armorial bookplates of Thomas Lalor, Cregg. v.g.Sadleir had no novels by Yates; not in Wolff&apos;s collection.
Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books [UK]
2017-06-30 04:44:22
Jung, Otto (1867-1966)
50 x 75 cm. Passend gerahmt in zeitgenössischem, schwarz gelacktem Rahmen (67 x 90 cm). *Otto Jung, (Balingen 1867 - Stuttgart 1966), Studium an den Akademien Stuttgart und Karlsruhe bei C. Ritter und C. Meyer. Seit 1895 tätig in Stuttgart. Er malte Bildnisse und Landschaften, die Landschaften in der Art von P.W. Keller-Reutlingen. Vorliegend eine hügelig-bergige Landschaft mit kleinem Bauernhaus am Hang an gewundenem Wegrand, wohl eine Alblandschaft oder eine Schwarzwaldlandschaft. Otto Jung hatte dieses Motiv aus der gleichen Perspektive bereits 1917 gemalt. Auf jenem Vergleichsbild stand die Bezeichnung "Straße in Heimeck". Das vorliegende Motiv ist also möglicherweise ein Bauernhaus in der Ortschaft Heimeck (heute ein Ortsteil von Waldkirch im Schwarzwald). - Gut erhalten, der Rahmen mit 2 kleinen Abplatzungen an den Außenkanten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bernd Braun
2017-06-30 01:17:18
Henry Tuckerman
Putnam, 1867, Hardcover, Book Condition: Near Fine Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First Edition. TUCKERMAN, HENRY T. Book of the Artists, American Artist Life, New York: Putnam, 1867. Quarto, large-paper edition, pp. xi, 7-639, black buckram boards with green lettering to spine, a rebinding with numerous extra illustrations bound in, as well as three holograph letters by the author, and a note from a former owner. The letters are: 1. A one-page exhortation in verse (Tuckerman liked to write in verse) to Col. Frank Howe, a Union Army figure of some importance behind the lines, just after the outbreak of the Civil War. 2. A 2-page (one leaf) letter to Gen. Adam Badeau, an aide to Ulysses Grant on the battlefield and in the White House, with personal comments and remarks on Badeau's work in progress -- a massive book about Grant. Dated 1870, not reproduced here. 3. A 4-line verse dated 1864 -- it may have been part of a letter or merely something Tuckerman wrote for himself. Howes, T-401, says 50 large-paper copies were released in addition to a trade edition. It is unclear how may of the illustrations here were original, and how many were added later. There are about 25 in all; a few were simply laid in. All are engravings except for one albumen photo print, of Charles Robert Leslie. Tuckerman profiles major and minor American artists and is still considered an important scholarly reference. See Arntzen & Rainwater, E-178. Also see BAL 20704, which notes that this edition is an enlarged and revised edition of Tuckerman's 1847 book Artist-Life: Or Sketch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rarities etc. [U.S.A.]
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2017-06-29 20:24:31
LOSSING, Benson J.
LOSSING, Benson J. VASSAR COLLEGE AND ITS FOUNDER. NY: C.A. Alvord, 1867. Illustrated. Small quarto, embossed green cloth, gilt title on spine; 175 pages. First Edition. Lossing was a charter trustee of Vassar College. Signed presentation from Lossing on the front endpaper: "Miss Van [Amaning?], with the compliments of Benson J. Lossing. Dec. 19, 1878." With the ink name of "Louise McVey" penned beneath the presentation. Lacks the frontispiece of Matthew Vassar (included in the List of Illustrations) but, after checking a number of different copies, it appears that this portrait was left out in all copies published. Bookplate of Fanny Lee Weyant on the front pastedown. Very Good (little wear to spine tips & more to lower corners of covers; several small spots of dampstaining to upper corner of rear cover with a little transferred to the upper corner of the rear endpaper; contents clean & tight). An uncommon title and difficult to locate a signed copy! $275.00. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antic Hay Books [Asbury Park, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-06-29 19:30:23
Goluchowski, Agenor Romuald Graf von, österr. Minister und Statthalter von Galizien (1812-1875).
Wien, 4. IV. 1867 bzw. o. J. „Agenor Goluchowski erhielt in Galizien seine Ausbildung und begann seine Laufbahn in der Verwaltung als Statthalterbeirat. Von 1849 bis 1859 Statthalter von Galizien, erwarb er sich mit der Durchführung der Organisation des Justizwesens, Gründung von Schulen und landwirtschaftlichen und Humanitätsanstalten, Straßenbauten etc., ferner durch Förderung der Zwecke des Joseph-Maximilian-Ossolinskischen-Instituts in Lemberg mehrfache Verdienste. Nach Alexander Bachs Rücktritt am 22. August 1859 zum Minister des Innern ernannt, nahm er teil an der Reorganisation der Monarchie in föderalistischem Sinn, welche im Oktoberdiplom vom Jahr 1860 ihren Abschluss finden sollte, zeigte sich indes den schwierigen Aufgaben seines Amtes nicht gewachsen und erhielt am 13. Dezember 1860 Anton von Schmerling zum Nachfolger. Die zentralistische Verfassung vom 26. Februar 1861 widerstrebte seinen politischen Überzeugungen so, dass er, obwohl zum erblichen Mitglied des neu gebildeten Herrenhauses ernannt, sich von der Politik ganz zurückzog, bis er im September 1866 durch Richard Graf Belcredis und Friedrich Ferdinand von Beusts Einfluss wieder Statthalter von Galizien wurde. Von dem Bürgerministerium 1867 wieder entlassen, wurde er unter Karl Sigmund von Hohenwart 1871 zum dritten Mal Statthalter seiner heimatlichen Provinz, wo er seitdem als Mitglied der polnischen Adelspartei sich für die Verstärkung der polnischen Position in Galizien einsetzte. Dies wurde jedoch von Teilen der Bevölkerung, insbesondere der Ruthenen und der deutschen Kultur als Polonisierung kritisc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2017-06-29 17:19:42
SWINBURNE, Algernon Charles
London: John Camden Hotton, 1867. First edition. 8vo. 66 pp., bound without the advertisements. A slightly later unsigned fine binding of wine red crushed morocco, spine with four gilt rules with the author's name lettered vertically, the boards with an ornate gilt tooled border incorporating a recurring heart motif with crosses set in between, to the central panels are a grid of four fine gilt rules with the same cross device set diagonally at the intersections, gilt inner dentelles. A little mild rubbing to the foot of the spine, a delightful copy. Wise, 38.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop
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