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2020-07-01 21:06:03
Groningen, J.B. Wolters, (1868). Folio (310 x 235 mm). pp. (2), x, 316, vii, (1), with chromolithographed frontispiece of 'flora' and 79 chromolithographed plates. Original gilt- and blind-stamped full green cloth. A fine copy of one of the finest Dutch flowerbooks of the 19th century; wellknown for the beautiful chromolithographed plates by Severyns after drawings by Wendel. Nearly all depict flowers in magnificent colours. Undoubtedly G. Severyns was the most gifted and most prominent lithographer of Belgium in the 19th century, he started his firm already in 1829 and remained the leading printing-establishment for nearly a whole century. Heinrich Witte (1825-1917) was head curator at the Leyden botanical garden and wrote some 47 titles on horticulture. Printed title with insignificant paper repair at the inner margin.Nissen BBI, 2174; Pritzel 10366; Stafleu & Cowan 18.090. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2020-07-01 18:29:13
Charles Swett
New Orleans: Price Current Print, 1868. "We are politically nothing-taxed beyond precedent-denied representation-almost deprived of the ability to pay taxes, and without a voice in the formation of those laws by which we are to be governed-the party in power striving by every means in its power to place an inferior race in a position of political importance, and to even elevate to social equality a people it was undoubtedly the intention of our Creator should occupy a position below us, and be under our direction as certainly as it was His intention that the superior should control the inferior. This is a gloomy array of evils, and should it not rather cause us to buckle on our armor and to make a powerful effort to keep this country under the control of white men?" [POST WAR EXPEDITION TO CENTRAL AMERICA] A TRIP TO British Honduras, AND TO SAN PEDRO, REPUBLIC OF HONDURAS. CHARLES SWETT, OF WARREN COUNTY, MISS. New Orleans: PRICE CURRENT PRINT, 129 & 131 Gravier St.; PUBLISHED BY GEORGE ELLIS, Bookseller and Stationer, NO. 7 OLD LEVEE ST., OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, 1868. First Edition. 8vo, 2 preliminary leaves, [3]-125 pages. Publisher's original printed wraps, stitched; light dusting, spine partially perished, else Near Fine. Charles Swett started out in the Confederacy as Captain of the "Swett Battery". Later in the war, he was promoted to the rank of Major and served as the Inspector General of Artillery for the Army of Tennessee. After the war, he returned home to Mississippi where he found it difficult to operate his plantation without slaves and to deal with the politics … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 504antiquariyat [Gretna, Louisiana, United States]
2020-07-01 06:56:24
Joint Committee on Conduct of Elections
New Orleans: A. L. Lee, 1868. "Humanity sickens at the contemplation of a bigotry so ferocious and a hate so remorseless, founded solely on political differences, and having for its impelling motive, not resistance to oppression, but an unruly desire to coerce the sentiments and actions of others, and a blind feeling of rage and vengeance toward those whom they cannot cowe nor silence." [LOUISIANA HISTORY; RECONSTRUCTION; RACE] REPORT OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF LOUISIANA ON THE Conduct of the Late Elections, AND THE CONDITION OF PEACE AND ORDER IN THE STATE. Louisiana Legislature; Joint Committee of Conduct of Elections [HUGH J. CAMPBELL, W. L. THOMPSON, of the Senate, PETER HARPER, WILLIAM MURRELL, E. S. WILSON, of the House of Representatives.] New Orleans: A. L. LEE, STATE PRINTER, 1868. First Edition. 8vo, 68 pages, appendix, index. Publisher's original printed wrappers, stitched; exhibiting edgewear, chipping, closed short tears; soiling to upper wrap from old bookseller's sticker affixed to bottom of verso; vertical center crease throughout; spine ends perished; minimal conservation at edges and verso of cover; textbock evenly agetoned, else clear and unmarked. This copy bearing contemporary ownership inscription at head of upper cover of "Charles W. Lowell, Speaker House Reps". Charles Winthrop Lowell (1834-1877) was a prominent lawyer in Maine and Louisiana and served as a captain in the United States Colored Troops during the Civil War. After the war, he continued military service as a colonel and provost marshal general. At the close of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 504antiquariyat [Gretna, Louisiana, United States]
2020-06-29 14:04:03
J. M. Marés,, Madrid, 1868. Two rare and decorative Spanish ABCs for use in the schoolroom, each with decorative woodcut squares for the letters of the alphabet. The dated example (1868) depicts men and women in a range of roles and occupations (a bagpiper, children, drummer, florist, calendar seller, etc) within attractive roundels with palms,the captions of each are divided into syllables. This sheet is numbered '13, pliego 2', indicating it was probably part of a series of educational plates (unidentified). The undated example is not numbered and has a different sequence of decorative squares illustrating a range of contemporary occupations: including a shoemaker, carpenter, dentist, barber, grape seller, doctor, organist and acrobat. In each case the letter of the alphabet is given with a corresponding number.J. M. Marés was a prolific publisher of juvenile literature and chapbooks in Madrid. Worldcat lists a number of large-format woodcut sheets, but neither of these titles, nor any other ABCs. Two single sheets, folio (440 × 295 mm), each with 24 woodcut squares, each for a letter of the alphabet, letterpress imprints. The second example lightly browned. Excellent card mounts with mylar. Very good examples. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Justin Croft Antiquarian Books Ltd ABA [Faversham, United Kingdom]
2020-06-29 07:40:40
Paul Lacroix
librairie de firmin didot freres, fils et cie, 1868. SCROLL DOWN to see more PHOTOS . 1869 antique MOYEN ART RENAISSANCE french LACROIX 539p FIRMIN DIDOT color platesSEE ADDITIONAL PHOTOS in DESCRIPTION BELOW.Click HERE to view or search ANTIQUE.COTTAGE listings.This listing is for the book with AMAZING content. Measures approx 8.25"x11.25" x 2.25" thick. with 539 pages. Some illuminated, shiny gold illustrations, some color, some black and white. Thick paper. Shiny gold page edges.Back cover has printed the name: Librairie De Firmin Didot A. Paris. The following information about Didot is from Wikipedia: Firmin Didot was born in Paris into a family of printers founded by François Didot, the father of 11 children. Firmin was one of his grandchildren. The family's paper manufactory was located at Essonnes, a town c. 30 km southeast of Paris near Corbeil, which had notable paper factories. Work Didot invented the word "stereotype", which in printing refers to the metal printing plate created for the actual printing of pages (as opposed to printing pages directly with movable type), and used the process extensively, revolutionizing the book trade by his cheap editions. His manufactory was a place of pilgrimage for the printers of the world. He first used the process in his edition of Callet's Tables of Logarithms (1795), in which he secured an accuracy till then unattainable. He published stereotyped editions of French, English and Italian classics at a very low price.[1] He was also the author of two tragedies -- La Reine de Portugal and La Mort d'Annibal -- and he wrote metr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Cottage Collectibles (antique.cottage) [Avondale, Pennsylvania, United States]
2020-06-28 14:39:02
C.H. Webb, Publisher, New York, 1868. Second edition, originally published in 1867. 16mo. 198pp. Edited by John Paul. Dedication page with an advertisement on the verso by J.P. Original green cloth, beveled edges, stamped in gilt, pale green coated endpapers. Margin tear on page 135, some page corners dog-eared, ex-library bookplate on front pastedown, gutter cracked before title page, cloth is worn with extremities frayed and gilt fading, spine cocked, a good only copy. Mark Twain's first book containing twenty-seven of his short stories which were previously published in magazines and newspapers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-06-27 10:21:05
- Au siège de la commission, Paris 1868-1869-1875, 11,5x18,5cm, 2 volumes reliés. - Originalausgabe. Bindungen aus vollkaramellglasiertem Kalbsleder, Rücken mit fünf Nerven, besetzt mit goldenen Filets, verziert mit dreifach goldenen Schachteln, Stück Schokolade Marokko Titel, Stück Minze Marokko Nummer, Datteln und Stellen in Schwänzen vergoldet, goldene Rollen auf den Kappen, Rahmen von dreifache goldene Filets auf dem Geschirr, winzige kleine Kratzer auf dem Geschirr, goldene Filets auf den Schnitten, Rahmung einer großen goldenen Spitze auf den Wachen, alle goldenen Ränder, hervorragende Bindungen der Zeit, signiert von F. Bouché. Illustriertes Buch mit 9 Bindetafeln. Seltenes und sehr schönes Exemplar, komplett in zwei Bänden, hervorragend etabliert. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliures en plein veau glacé caramel, dos à cinq nerfs sertis de filets dorés ornés de triples caissons dorés, pièce de titre de maroquin chocolat, pièce de tomaison de maroquin menthe, dates et lieux dorés en queues, roulettes dorées sur les coiffes, encadrements de triples filets dorés sur les plats, infimes épidermures sans gravité sur les plats, filets dorés sur les coupes, encadrement d'une large dentelle dorée sur les gardes, toutes tranches dorées, superbes reliures de l'époque signées de F. Bouché. Ouvrage illustré de 9 planches de reliures. Rare et très bel exemplaire, complet en deux volumes, superbement établi.
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [France]
2020-06-26 15:21:21
1868. tres bon. en tres bel etat carnet a dessin signé a voir avec differents textes manuscrits en tout 31 dessins dim carnet 21/13,5cm voici le lien des croquis si vous ne visualisez pas les dessins , demandez moi un lien merci. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: joso277 [Béziers, France]
2020-06-26 01:39:12
Strahan & Co. 1868. Half title, initial ad. slip & 4pp cata. (Jan. 1868). Orig. dappled dark brown & red cloth, ruled in blind, dec. & lettered in gilt; faded & sl. rubbed. Inscribed on half title: 'Rev. J. Laurie Fogo with kindest regards from George MacDonald, January 23, 1869'. Fogo, Minister of the Parish Church in Row, Scotland for over 50 years. On January 23, 1869, MacDonald gave a lecture in Perth on John Milton, indicating that Fogo had come to hear him there. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Jarndyce, The 19th Century Booksellers [London, United Kingdom]
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2020-06-25 18:18:51
LA FONTAINE Jean de & DORE Gustave
Hachette |& Cie. - Hachette & Cie, Paris 1868, In-4 (28x36cm), 864pp., relié. - Erster Druck von Illustrationen von Gustave Doré. Verlagsbindung in halbem Kirschherzschmerz, Rücken mit fünf Nerven, besetzt mit schwarzen Netzen, geschmückt mit reich verzierten Schachteln. Ein Haken im Kopf. Geriebene Kanten mit kleinen Lücken. Niedrige stumpfe Ecken. Kleine vereinzelte Bräunung am Rand. Illustriertes Buch, Titelbild, eines von Sandoz gezeichneten Porträts von La Fontaine, von 84 auf Holz gravierten Kompositionen von Gustave Doré sowie 248 Vignetten, Bändern und Sackgassen im Text. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Premier tirage des illustrations de Gustave Doré. Reliure de l'éditeur en demi chagrin cerise, dos à cinq nerfs sertis de filets noirs orné de caissons richement ornés. Un accroc en tête. Bordures frottées, avec de petits manques. Coins bas émoussés. Petites brunissures éparses dans les marges. Ouvrage illustré, en frontispice, d'un portrait de La Fontaine dessiné par Sandoz, de 84 compositions hors-texte de Gustave Doré gravées sur bois ainsi que de 248 vignettes, bandeaux et culs-de-lampe in-texte. 8 gravures hors-texte sont en double état, avec une version souvent différente pour la seconde gravure ; celle-ci propose souvent une vue plus proche de la même scène. Ces gravures supplémentaires ne sont pas répertoriées dans la table des gravures et sont placées en vis-à-vis sur une double page.
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [France]
2020-06-25 13:47:39
COURBET (Gustave)
Bruxelles, Lacroix, 1868. In-8, 32 pp. et 6 pl., reliure de l'époque demi-maroquin brun à coins, dos à nerfs janséniste, tête dorée, non rogné, à toutes marges (signée Armand). Célèbre pamphlet anticlérical, illustré de 6 dessins de Courbet, variation sur son tableau anticlérical interdit d’exposition en 1863. Séduisant exemplaire. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). * Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Merci de nous prévenir avant de passer, certains de nos livres étant entreposés dans une réserve. Langue : Français
Bookseller: Chez les libraires associés [Paris, France]
2020-06-24 21:51:07
1868 James Clerk Maxwell Electromagnetic Theory Of Light In Leafs PP. 643. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. This paper inspired Albert Einstein. Extremely Rare!!
Bookseller: le19460 [Palo Alto, California, United States]
2020-06-23 13:18:05
Schedler, Hermann
H. Schedler, Jersey City, NJ. Globus selterner Himmelsglobus patentiert Nov. 1868, Durchmesser 12 inch (ca. 30,5cm), Höhe ca. 50cm, dreinbeiniger Holzfuß Papier ist altergmäß dunkel mit eine paar Absplitterungen bzw. Fehlstellen, Sternzeichen - Holzring ist ein paar mal gebrochen (sitzt ab am Gestell noch gut auf und benötigt daher etwas Leim). Papier am Ring selbst ist ebenfalls sehr dunkel mit Fehlstellen. Am Äquator gibt es Mängel, aber das darf in diesem Alter sein. Auf Wunsch senden wir gerne weitere Bilder. Joseph Schedler war ein Deutscher Immigrant der in New York und New Jersey arbeitet und Bücher und Globen herstellte. Seine Globen waren national und international preisgekrönt. Sein Sohn Hermann führte das Geschäft von etwa Ende der 1880er bis zur Jahrhundertwende fort.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Liber Antiqua [Austria]
2020-06-23 01:09:23
Zephir I" 1930
1868. Kohle auf Papier, Maße: 48,5 cm x 62 cm, monogrammiert unten rechts: GL. Zustand: gut bis sehr gut, ausführlicher Zustandsbericht auf Anfrage. Georg Lührig (1868 Göttingen - 1957 Lichtenstein/Erzgebirge), Studium an der Münchener Kunstakademie, Lehrer für Aktzeichnen an der Kunstgewerbeschule Dresden, Berufung an die Dresdner Kunstakademie als Professor für Malerei, Zeichnung, Grafik und Naturstudium, Rektor der Akademie, vertreten u. a. in der Gemäldegalerie Neue Meister Dresden, in der Städtischen Kunstsammlung Freital.
Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Kühne [Dresden, Germany]
2020-06-22 19:37:14
COLLINS, Wilkie (1824-1889)
New York, NY: Harper and Brothers, 1868. [Literature] FIRST U.S. EDITION, being the FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION, also first single volume edition. Published the same year as the UK triple-decker. Slim octavo (24 x 16cm), pp.223; [1] blank. Publisher's blind-stamped textured brown cloth (not ribbed, as some copies), with decorative gilt titles to spine, peach-coloured coated endpapers. Internally very clean, cloth a little worn to joints, some bumping, neat repair to head and tail of spine. A very good copy. A Haycraft/Queen Cornerstone, T. S. Eliot called this book the first and best modern detective story. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Ltd, PBFA, ABA, ILAB [Royal Tunbridge Wells, KENT, United Kingdom]
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2020-06-21 07:12:31
Robert Burns
Edinburgh: William P. Nimmo, 1868. Fine condition. [BURNS, ROBERT]. Poems & Songs. With Original Illustrations by R. Herdman, Waller H. Paton, Samuel Bough, Gourlay Steell, D. O. Hill, John McWhirter, and other Eminent Scottish Artist. Engraved by R. Paterson. Edinburgh: William P. Nimmo, 1868. Hardcover. First edition thus. Leather-bound. Quarto (240 x 170 x 50mm), pp. [xviii], (2), 336. Rare Royal Scottish binding in full red morocco, signed 'C. MacDonald, 3 Assembly Lane'; elaborate floral gilt ruling, tooling and lettering to covers, morocco inlays in green and gilt on spine and covers incorporating harps and Lion Rampant central crest with Royal crown, spine gilt in six compartments, green morocco lettering-piece, a.e.g., gilt ruled edges, inner gilt dentelles, marbled pastedowns and endpapers. Initial and terminal blanks plus half-title present. Extra-illustrated with sixty-three original full and half-page illustrations by R. Herdman, Waller H. Paton, Samuel Bough, Gourlay Steell, D. O. Hill, John McWhirter, and other eminent Scottish artist, all engraved by R. Paterson. Notes and Glossary to rear. Printed by R. Clark, Edinburgh. Provenance: Armorial family crested bookplate of Joseph Grimond to front pastedown (Jo Grimond former Liberal Party leader). Condition: FINE. An immaculate copy and scarce thus. Paypal only. International tracked shipping - dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-06-19 05:20:49
A.D. Cross, [Boston?], 1868. Small carte de visite photograph, approximately 2.5" x 4". Fine in original printed envelope which adds additional biographical information. The envelope is lightly soiled, but otherwise near fine. Letterpress printed below the photo is the publication information. The envelope includes information about Bakeman's birth on the Van Rensselaer Patent in Albany County, New York on October 10, 1759, his service under Capt. Van Aernam and Col. Willet during the last four years of the Revolution, and his then current residency in Cattaraugus, N.Y. In 1864 Reverend Elias Brewster Hilliard (the maternal grandfather of poet Archibald MacLeish) compiled his book *The Last Men of the Revolution: A Photograph of Each from Life*, now one of the most eagerly sought after early photography books. Bakeman was not among the six veterans pictured, however there is much reason to believe that Bakeman was indeed the last survivor of the Revolution, and one of very few to live through the Civil War as well. A rare photograph, and excessively so with the printed envelope.
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-06-19 03:34:02
ALEPH". [HARVEY, William Henry]
London: Hodder and Stoughton [1868]. Small 4to. (viii), (2) pp. Publisher's printed boards recently rebacked to style in maroon cloth, contemporary gift inscription to the front free endpaper along with the original bookseller's ticket of W. Whiteley of Westbourne Grove to the front pastedown. 12 anthropomorphic colour maps of European countries - England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France, Spain, Italy, Prussia, Germany, Holland & Belgium, Denmark and Russia. Some wear to the boards with occasional loss to the paper at the edges, a little spotting to the front and rear leaves plus the Home Countries maps, the maps otherwise in very good condition.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB) [Lewes, United Kingdom]
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2020-06-19 02:25:18
Garfield, James
Washington. DC, 1868. 2 pp., on folded sheet of engraved letterhead of Fortieth Congress, with vignette of the U.S. Congress. With 2 engraved portraits of President Garfield. 1 vols. 4to. Old folds, slightly wrinkled, splitting along fold, in tan morocco-backed clam shell box. 2 pp., on folded sheet of engraved letterhead of Fortieth Congress, with vignette of the U.S. Congress. With 2 engraved portraits of President Garfield. 1 vols. 4to. Congressman Garfield on the Currency. "... I am gratified with your approval of the general spirit and purpose of my speech - and can see much reason to hope that the attention to the subject, will, before long, bring the nation to sensible and honest conclusions on finance - The statement in my speech that to double the currency would double prices, is quite likely too broad to be practically true - You will observe that I was developing the general principle which lies at the foundation of currency - and which is likely to be ___ (?) in its application by many incidental causes. I was careful to guard my language thus: '... BUSINESS REMAINING THE SAME [underlined], doubling the currency will result in doubling prices.' As a matter of fact, the supposed increase of currency would increase speculative business - and somewhat increase the demand for currency, so that the increase of prices would not be quite 100 per cent ...".
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [United States]
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2020-06-19 02:25:17
WATSON, James C.
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co, 1868. FIRST EDITION. Publisher's pebbled cloth binding with gilt lettering on the spine, spine a bit worn at head and faded, corners worn; interior in good condition with browning only on the first and last blanks, small library book label on the flyleaf verso. First edition of this thorough and valuable investigation of theoretical astronomy. Watson provides an in-depth analysis of planetary motion and the discovery of new comets, noting in his preface the fundamental complications of dynamics and all the problems presented. He states historical facts relating to difficulties with theoretical astronomy, citing Newton, Euler, Boscovich, Lagrange, and Laplace, among others. Through a series of observations and tables, Watson attempts to determine the orbit of the "heavenly bodies." At age 15, Watson (1838-1880) matriculated at the University of Michigan, where he began studying classical languages and later focused on astronomy with professor Franz Brünnow. He then became the second director of Detroit Observatory, succeeding his late professor. It was during this time he wrote this work on theoretical astronomy. Watson is best known for his announcement of the discovery of the planet Vulcan, a body between Mercury and the sun. It is now assumed that what he actually viewed were the results of sun spots and small planetoids, which may exist. It is also assumed (in astronomical lore) that his imagined celestial body was the inspiration for the planet Vulcan in the Star Trek series.
Bookseller: Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscripts [United States]
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2020-06-19 00:46:48
Paris: 1868. Librairie Koegui 21, rue vieille boucherie 64100 Bayonne Tél. +33 5 59 59 78 74 PANHARD (Félix) - L'ordre du Saint-Esprit aux XVIIIe et XIXe siècles. - 1868 1868.
Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI (alphab64) [64100 Bayonne, France]
2020-06-19 00:18:14
McDONALD, Thomas E.
New Jersey / New York / Michigan / Ohio. A collection of 43 letters from 1868 written to and from Thomas E. McDonald to investors, salesmen, and his partner David D. Stelle. Most letters are near fine, some have age-toning on the edges of the letters. An archive of letters between the inventor Thomas E. McDonald, his partner David D. Stelle, and various investors and salesmen for their "Improved Harrowed Cultivator". McDonald and Stelle's "Improved Harrowed Cultivator" was patented to both of them in 1867. It combined the three stages of growing corn: planting seeds, harrowing the stalks, and cultivating the corn. The letters are written in 1868 around the New Jersey and New York area, mostly from New Brunswick, New Jersey. However a couple of letters are from Jackson, Michigan and Ohio. Most of the letters are from McDonald to investors hoping that they can help fund the production of the cultivator. He also writes to Nelson Dunham, an associate, about the difficulty in finding investor, "I think I would not create any unnecessary alarm, get posted from Washington first before much is said. I will endeavor to push things as fast as possible". There are letters from various salesmen offering to pitch the cultivator and also including their input on how they'd change the machine if it were theirs. Particularly Johnathan Baker who wrote letter after letter about business meetings and working on the project with McDonald. Baker does not show up for the meeting about the cultivator at first, "Am sorry to be obtund to say they are not here yet, have telephoned to Baker and writt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-06-18 20:22:28
Lewis Carroll
London, UK: Macmillan, 1868. Fair to good condition. [CARROLL, LEWIS (Dodgson, Rev. Charles Lutwidge)]. Alice's Adventures In Wonderland. With Forty-Two Illustrations By John Tenniel. London: Macmillan and Co., 1868. Hardcover. Reprint. Twelfth-thousand. Octavo (185 x 130mm), pp. (12), 192. Publisher's original red cloth covers with gilt titles and designs. All page edges gilt. Coated endpapers. Half-title present with printer's device to verso. Illustrated frontispiece, b&w illustrations throughout. Printed by Richard Clay and Sons, and Taylor, Bread Street Hill. Condition: Contents complete. Binding repaired with the spine re-backed and inner hinges strengthened. Moderate marking and staining to covers. Light rubbing to extremities. Marking to coated endpapers. Light browning. Previous owner signature in pencil verso half-title. Scarce early impression. Paypal only. International tracked shipping, dispatched promptly and securey. Please view my other books.
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-06-18 20:12:28
Leçons nouvelles de perspective, ... Avec atlas de 32 planches in - 4o.Paris, Gauthier-Villars, 1868. 2 volumes. 8vo (text) and oblong 4to (atlas). Atlas volume with 32 steel-engraved plates by Dulos after the author. Contemporary uniform half maroon sheepskin, gold-tooled spines. XVI, 228 pp; [2] ll. plus 32 engraved plates. Rare first edition of a series of lessons on perspective, The work is divided into 11 chapters, beginning with a chapter on definitions and principles followed by chapters on the perspective of shadows, inverse perspective, circles, cylinders and cones, etc. The author was professor at the École Impériale des Beaux-Arts (School of Fine Arts) in Paris, known from 1819 to 1863 as the École Royale des Beaux-Arts. The atlas volume has a letterpress title-page and index to the plates.Somewhat foxed throughout, but still in good condition. The sheepskin chafed and the bookblock of the atlas volume has detached from the binding. Vagnetti FIb92; WorldCat (3 copies that include the atlas).
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-18 18:18:29
CANBY, William and James)
Gales & Seaton, Washington, D.C, 1868. A collection of 62 bound large folio volumes consisting of 59 volumes of the *Daily National Intelligencer* (published daily except Sunday); and three volumes of the *National Intelligencer* (triweekly edition). Owned and edited by Joseph Gales, Jr., in partnership with his brother-in-law William W. Seaton, the *Intelligencer* provided the nation with accurate and detailed reports of governmental activities (including debates and speeches, President's messages, proclamations, etc.), along with daily articles, reports, editorials, etc, on the most important events and issues of the day. According to *The New York Times* (reporting on an incident during the War of 1812): ". so powerful was its influence that when Gen. Ross, in command of the British troops, entered the capital after the unfortunate affair of Bladensburgh, his first inquiry was not for the Capitol, the President's house, or the departments, but for the *National Intelligencer* office, and it was the first establishment demolished, causing a short cessation in its regular publication." Primarily a political newspaper, the *Intelligencer* served as the voice of the Madison, Monroe, and J. Quincy Adams administrations, and it continued to serve as the voice of the Federal Government until the election of Andrew Jackson, when the newspaper switched to the Whig party. It was printed in four pages (typically five columns to the page). Most other newspapers from throughout the country took their coverage of national politics and government directly from the *Intelligencer*. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-06-18 17:53:34
Newsagents' Publishing Co. (Edwin J. Brett.) 1868-89. A made up set in mixed condition. Vols IV-X, XII, XIV, XV, XVI are of the reissue. Vols I-III, in half black roan, red labels, vols IV, V, VII, VIII, XIII-XV in orig. maroon cloth, vols VI & XXI, n.s. vol. II-III in original wraps, black cloth spines, the last disbound, vols IX & X, XI & XII, XV & XVI bound together in half black calf, one with red label, vols XXV-XXXVI in brown binder's cloth causing some browning; some wear. In 1868 Edwin Brett established this companion to Boys of England, aimed at a slightly older readership, edited by Vane St John. It was subsequently combined to form Boys of the Empire and Young Men of Great Britain, 1889. (We have a number of odd volumes, mostly from the reissue, available separately, and also some parts as issued, some in wrappers.) [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Jarndyce, The 19th Century Booksellers [London, United Kingdom]
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2020-06-18 16:47:32
Charles Darwin
UK: John Murray, 1868. Near fine condition. [DARWIN, CHARLES]. The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication. London: John Murray, 1868. Hardcover. First edition, first impression (denoted by one-line imprints on foot of spines; 5 lines of errata in volume I and 7 lines of errata in volume II; terminal publisher's catalogues - vol. I with 32p. advertisements for John Murray's books dated April 1867; vol. II with 2p. advertisements dated February 1868). In two volumes, complete. Octavo (8°) (214 x 132 mm), pp. [3], [iv-viii], 411, (32); [3], [iv-viii], 486, (2). Publisher's original green cloth, gilt titles and decoration to spines, blind-panelled covers, bottom edges trimmed, other edges untrimmed, coated endpapers. Printed by William Clowes and Sons, Limited, Stamford Street and Charing Cross. 43 wood-engraved illustrations in the text. Index to rear in double columns. Partially removed binders sticker to rear pastedown of vol. I. Condition: NEAR FINE. Collate complete, some leaves remain uncut, the bindings secure and square, minor bumping to spine ends and points, covers and contents remarkably clean, faintest touch of foxing to endpapers, coated endpapers with some marking, without inking or bookplates. Scarce thus. Listing notes: First edition, first issue, with the relevant issue points as called for by Freeman. The first issue, consisting of 1,500 copies, was published in January 1868 and was followed by a second the next month. This work "intended to provide overwhelming evidence for the ubiquity of variation" and refuted the idea "that variations had not … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-06-18 11:32:34
Don Cayetano Vidal Y Valenciano
Establecimiento Tipografico De Salvador Manero, 1868. Páginas: 7300 Peso: 9600 Gramos. En muy buen estado [Attributes: Hard Cover]
2020-06-15 16:32:10
PAIVA, Antonio, Barone de Castello de.
Monographia molluscorum terrestrium fluvialium, lacustrium Insularum Maderensium.Olispone, typis Academicic, 1868. 4to. With 2 hand-coloured lithographed plates. Modern black half goatskin, author's name and title in gold on spine, preserving the original printed front wrapper. [4], XIX, [1 blank], 168, [2] pp. Rare offprint of a study of the shells of Madeira. It was originally published in Academia Real da Sciencias, nova serie IV, 1, and includes here its own title-wrapper and one additional page with quotations from Psalm 103, Isaac Newton and Castello de Paiva. Some repairs to the front wrapper and some spots to the plates, otherwise in good condition. BMC NH, p. 1499.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:36:45
Verslag over het jaar 1867, zamengesteld door de kamer van koophandel en nijverheid te Batavia.Batavia, Bruining & Wijt, 1868. 8vo. With 3 folding tables. Contemporary richly gold-blocked red sheepskin, front board with the dedication: "Aan Zijne Excellentie den Gouverneur Generaal van Nederlandsch Indië", gilt edges; rebacked with the original backstrip laid down; new endpapers. XVIII, 604 pp. Report on the year 1867 of the Chamber of Commerce at Batavia, here luxuriously bound for presentation to the dedicatee Pieter Mijer (1812-1881), Governor General of the Dutch East Indies from 1866 till 1872.The book is divide into six chapters: the first giving a chronological overview of the transactions of the Chamber of Commerce (including paragraphs on coffee, sugar, wood, salt, tin, etc. and discussing the possibilities of a steamship line to Australia), followed by more than 300 pages containing the official documents and reports attached to these topics; the second chapter covers the general trade (coffee, tobacco, tea, etc.), the third shipping, the fourth industry, trade an agriculture per city, the fifth banks and other credit institutions, and the sixth various topics, such as railways, ferries and other forms of transportation, oil, sea charts, etc. Rebacked, otherwise in very good condition. Chijs, Proeve eener Ned. Indische bibliografie, p. 217, no. 52.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:36:39
Class A. Correspondence with the British Commissioners at Sierra Leone, Havana, the Cape of Good Hope, Loanda, and New York; and reports from British Vice-Admiralty courts, and from British naval officers, relating to the slave trade. From January 1 to December 31, 1867.London, Harrison and sons, 1868. Folio. Modern blue paper wrappers. VI, 76 pp. Official document, as presented to the British Houses of Parliament, containing letters and reports from British commissioners and officers, written in 1867, concerning the suppression of slave trade in Arabia (Aden, Mukalla, Muscat), Africa (Sierra Leone, Cape of Good Hope, Luanda, Zanzibar, Madagascar, Somalia, Mozambique), Asia (Bombay), and America (Havana, New York). The majority of the commissioners briefly state that there hasn't been any activity in the slave trade in their region. However, at Africa's east coast, especially around Mozambique and Zanzibar, the reports regularly mention captured dhows with slaves on board, mostly heading for Mukalla, Muscat, Persia or the Red Sea: "a greater part of the slaves exported from the coast of Africa find their way into Persia" (p. 71). Sometimes new laws against slavery and slave trade are included. The reports from the naval officers also deal with commerce, rebellions, politics, etc. In very good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 09:10:20
O le feagaiga fou a lo tatou alii o Iesu Keriso, ua faasamoaina.Including: O le tusi o Salamo.Cambridge, C.J. Clay, 1868. Small 4to (18 x 14.5 cm). Contemporary darkblue, textured sheepskin, gilt edges. [330] ll. Samoan translation of the psalms and the New Testament, "printed in large type (suitable for old people with failing sight)" (Darlow & Moule) and published on behalf of the British and foreign Bible Society. The text was translated by the British missionary George Pratt (1817-1894). According to Darlow and Moule, the present edition was issued in 5000 copies.With an owner's inscription on title-page and a manuscript note on the first page. A few small spots. Binding rubbed along the extremities. Otherwise in very good condition. Darlow & Moule 7965.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 09:10:19
MARCET, Edouard.
Australie un voyage a travers le bush. Geneva, Jules-Guillaume Fick, 1868. 8. Illustrated with 20 original albumen prints of drawings (10 full-page, mounted on inserted leaves of heavy paper as plates, and 10 smaller, mounted on the text leaves in spaces left for that purpose). Contemporary gold-tooled polished green calf, richly gold-tooled spine, gilt edges. Rebacked in green cloth with the original backstrip laid down. 268 pp. First edition, in the original French, of Marcet's fictional narrative of life in Queensland, remarkably illustrated with mounted photographic reproductions of drawings. Edouard Marcet was a Swiss settler in Queensland, who also published two factual accounts of life in the colony. The present work includes descriptions and illustrations of dramatic encounters between settlers and the aboriginal people. It further describes Queensland's natural history, including the platypus, which is shown in two illustrations. In very good condition, with only some spotting. Binding expertly rebacked and with some scratches and discolouration, but otherwise also very good. A fascinating fictional account of life in Queensland, illustrated by drawings reproduced as albumen prints. Bibl. of Australian lit. III, p. 305; Boom & Rooseboom (eds.), A new art: photography in the 19th century, B265; Ferguson 12251.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-14 14:08:04
Chemin de fer du Nord
Lille, Imprimerie de L. Danel, 1868. Limited to 25 copies. 3/4/ black leather with 6 raised bands and gilt title second compartment. Purple silk endpapers and pastedowns. T.e.g. Title-page with large gilt-decorated emblem device above imprint. 3 preliminary leaves, 7-97, [2] pages mounted portrait. Preliminary states "Recueil des Discours Pronounces sur la Tombe du Baron James De Rothschild et des principaux articles de journaux publiées à l'occasion de sa mort et de ses funéreailles, Ce Recuei, tire vingt-cinq exemplaires est offert A Madame La Baronne James De Rothschild et a sa famille par le personnel du Chemin de fer du Nord." Includes funeral sermons and obituaries published in Le Temps, Journal des debats, L'Epoque and other perodicals. The photograph shows the Baron as he appeared in 1864. Worthy of restoration and exceedingly scarce. Worldcat locates 4 copies, including 1 in the United States. Good overall, the silk endpaper has lifted from the corner.
Bookseller: Mullen Books, ABAA [Marietta, PA, U.S.A.]
2020-06-14 08:37:08
1868. 5.25 x 8.25 Wear as pictured to binding and edges, foxing throughout, defects, and imperfections Mostly 1869 editions Beautifully leather bound View more great items.
Bookseller: Elephantsnest (barbie411g) [Cleveland, Ohio, United States]
2020-06-14 06:32:02
Darwin, Charles
LONDON, 1868 Published by JOHN MURRAY Edition: FIRST ED Binding: HARD BACK GREEN Size: 5 3/4 X 9 Overall Condition is: GOOD gilt lettering on spines, stickers to inside front boards, two line imprint at the base of the spines - it seems to be a second (or later) issue. volume 1 has 411 pgs, Volume 2 has 486 pgs, boards rubbed, corners bumped, Volume 2 has some bubbling along spine at front board.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States]
2020-06-13 17:02:04
Cervantes, Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra; Clark, MA, F.W.; Gustav Dore.
NEW YORK, 1868 Illustrated by: : GUSTAVE DORE Published by CASSELL, PETTER AND GALPIN Binding: LEATHER maroon Size: 10X12 737 Pages Overall Condition is: POOR A Biographical Notice of Cervantes by T. Teignmouth Shore, MAmarbled endpapers; cracked front boards and separated from binding; browning pages; embossed titles and designs on front board; raised ribbed spine; leather cracking due to age; gilt edges; previous owners name on fep. PRevious owner inscription and a date (april 1868). ***Additional Postage Needed****.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States]
2020-06-13 12:30:12
London: Macmillan and Co. 1868 & 1872. Two volumes bound in one. "Alice" twelfth thousand, or the first issue of the sixth edition, "Looking-Glass" first edition, first issue. 8vo. (x), 192; (xii), 224, (2) pp. Slightly later red half morocco over matching cloth sides by Maclehose of Glasgow, spine with raised bands, gilt lettered to two panels, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Frontispiece and 41 illustrations plus frontispiece and 49 illustrations by John Tenniel. A handsome copy. Williams, Madan, Green & Crutch, 46d and 84. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB) [Lewes, United Kingdom]
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2020-06-13 11:44:09
VEDDER, Alexander Madison
(Nagato; Shimonoseki; Nagasaki), 1868. Manuscript Journal. Octavo. Measuring 5.5" x 8". About 180 pages in manuscript: pp. [4] 1-21 [22-170], followed by several blank leaves, and seven pages of memoranda at the back. Bound in half calf and marbled paper over boards, gilt spine. Approximately 30,000 words, written from 12 January - 30 October, 1868. Boards are a bit warped with partial splitting to front joint, marbled paper is worn, some staining to the text pages, good or better. With a printed "Weekly Union Calendar for 1868" affixed on the verso of front free endpaper. A densely written journal of Alexander Vedder's nearly daily entries (with a four-week gap in September), documenting his experiences as the physician and school master for the Prince of Ch sh during the year of 1868, a scant 15 years after Commodore Matthew Perry and his fleet entered Tokyo harbor and forced a trade relationship with Japan. Vedder knew that he was one of the few foreigners present in one of the most politically important parts of the country at a pivotal time in Japanese history: the Boshin War had just broken out, pitting Japan's two most powerful samurai, the Princes of Ch sh and Satsuma in support of the Emperor Meiji, against the ruling Tokugawa Shogunate. He thus deliberately records much information about the country, and about Japanese customs, along with his personal reactions to the culture. In a June, 1868 letter to his brother Elihu Vedder, he had written: "I have enjoyed about as good an opportunity of observing and studying the characteristics of these people as has been aff … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-06-13 10:18:12
Duyckinck, Evert A. : E. A.
NEW YORK, 1868 Illustrated by: : CHAPPELL, ALONZO Published by JOHNSON, WILSON & COMPANY Binding: HARD BACK BROWN Size: 8 X 11 1922 TOTAL Pages Overall Condition is: GOOD 3-Volumes: moderate, book, shelf, edge-wear, rubs, corner bumps, five raised bands on the spine, gilt title/design on spine, all edges gilt, half Leather-spine and corners are bound in brown leather with purple boards. Front/back hinge cracks. Illustrated with highly-finished Steel Engravings. Including battle scenes by sea and land, and full-length portraits of naval and military heroes, from original paintings, by Alonzo Chappel and Thomas Nast. Foxing. Pages browning. Volume 1: small two-inch portion of the cloth lifted exposing boards from the front cover side edges. Frontispiece of A. Lincoln. 620 pages. Moderate fading to spine with small leather piece lifted from spine but not detached. Volume 2: small one-inch portion of the cloth lifted exposing boards from the front cover side edge. Frontispiece of U. S. Grant. 660 pages. One illustrated page slightly detached from the bottom of the spine. Volume 3: Frontispiece-Surrender of General Lee. Pages 337, 338 and illustrated detached from the spine but in place. 642 Pages. For the age of these volumes, they are still in Good Condition.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States]
2020-06-13 10:18:10
Steinbrenner, G. W.
432 BROOME STREET NEW YORK, 1868 Published by MASONIC PUBLISHING AND MANF Binding: HARD BACK BROWN Size: 4 X 7 168 Pages Overall Condition is: FAIR Front Cover impressed design. Former owner book plates on front paste down page.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States]
2020-06-12 22:38:04
London: John Tuckett, 1868-72. Each part No. 26 OF 100 COPIES, printed for subscribers only, and all SIGNED BY ASHBEE. 248 x 190 mm. (9 3/4 x 7 1/2"), 30 parts in two volumes (complete as published). Each part No. 26 OF 100 COPIES, printed for subscribers only, and all SIGNED BY ASHBEE. Fine contemporary red morocco by Tuckett, binder to the Queen (stamp-signed in ink on verso of front free endpaper), covers with gilt-ruled frames, raised bands ruled in gilt, gilt lettering, gilt-ruled turn-ins, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, original paper wrappers bound in. Many parts illustrated with woodcut vignettes, head- and tail-pieces, and/or printer's devices. A Large Paper Copy. With a handwritten note from Constanus(?) Cripps to a Mr. Bruton, "To remind him of many months of work for the Red Cross," dated June 1944 and written on stationary of Ampney Park, Cirencester. Part IV with very expertly repaired marginal tear to upper wrapper and the three leaves of text, occasional very minor foxing, other trivial imperfections, but an excellent and attractive copy, the clean and fresh text within immense margins, and the attractive bindings lustrous and scarcely worn.This complete set of limited edition facsimiles is a valuable compendium of early English texts, containing many rarities that otherwise exist in only a handful of known copies. Published without preface or commentary and originally issued individually, each facsimile reproduces a short 16th or 17th century tract chosen for its interesting or unusual content as well as its scarcity. Although a few contain practical c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
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2020-06-12 21:00:27
Alexander Strahan & Co. 1868. Half title, front. & plates by Arthur Hughes, 4pp ads. (Dec. 1867); a few marks. Orig. green cloth blocked in black & gilt; sl. dulled with sm. split in leading hinge. Presentation inscription at head of titlepage in MacDonald's hand: 'Mrs Pulsford for her ministering children with the author's love & thanks'. a.e.g. Darton, in his Children's Books in England writes that MacDonald's 'contribution to the "invented fairy tale" was something which was not there before. More than any other prose story teller for children at that period, he brought serious imagination into the fabric of his tales'. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Jarndyce, The 19th Century Booksellers [London, United Kingdom]
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2020-06-12 17:10:07
1868. Colton's Sectional Map of the State of Iowa . New York: G. W. & C. B. Colton. Very Good. 1868. Map. An early hand-colored pocket section map of Iowa, with a decorative seashell scroll border. Bound in brown cloth blind embossed boards with gilt imprint. Rubbed corners and edges. Light soil, light fold toning, and a few fold corner holes on map sheet, which measures 28" x 39". Contains an 1867 population table.; 6 1/8" x 4". [Thumbnails Below].
Bookseller: abcandbeyond [Moab, Utah, United States]
2020-06-12 16:46:11
Verne, Jules
Paris: J. Hetzel Editeur, Undated-Around 1868. Original cloth, monochrome in green with beautiful gilt decoration on front board representing 2 earth globes above a steamer. Blindstamp frames. Backboard with blindstamp frames.- Probably bound by Magnier All edges gilt. Spine with gilt floral decoration in boxes and gilt title and author's name. Text block including 172 vignettes by Riou and engraved by Pannemaker. A beautiful and rare edition. Language: FrenchPages: 624 Printing: Imprimerie Jules Bonaventure Shipping with insurance is NOT included in the price: €45,0 For EU, UK and Switzerland.Weight: 1.505,0 Grs.
Bookseller: Olivier Collection [Spain]
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2020-06-11 20:08:09
Paris, 1868.. Graphite, black ink, and white gouache, on buff laid paper (watermark indistinct). 140 x 98 mm. (ca. 5 1/2 x 3 7/8 inches), slightly irregular. Signed in pencil at lower right: manet. Provenance: Sold by the artist to Alphonse Daudet; Hôtel Drouot, Sale April 1, 1942, lot 116 (sold for 4,600 francs by the expert Cailac, according to Guérin); bought by Viscount Alain de Léché; by whom sold to Gérard Cramer; Gérard Cramer, Genève, by whom sold to the father of the present owner July 6, 1951.Literature: De Leiris, Alain: The Drawings of Édouard Manet (Berkeley/Los Angeles, 1969), no. 228 ("Chats"); Rouart, Denis & Wildenstein, Daniel: Édouard Manet: Catalogue raisonné (Lausanne/Paris, 1976), Vol. II, p. 218, no. 618 (with illus.); cf. Guérin, Marcel: L'uvre gravé de Manet (Paris, 1944), no, 74 (with illus.); cf. Philadelphia Museum of Art: Édouard Manet 1832-1883. Catalogue by Anne Coffin Hanson (Philadelphia, 1966), no. 90A preliminary design for the famous lithograph "Le rendez-vous des chats" (Guérin 74), which was to serve as a poster for the second edition of the book "Les chats" by Champfleury, published in Paris in 1870. Alain de Leiris, discussing the preparatory drawings for the lithograph in his authoritative study "The Drawings of Édouard Manet," notes that this drawing is the first study to show Manet's conception of representing cats in an outdoor setting: "In 1868, the publication of Manet's lithograph 'Le Rendez-vous des chats' was a pioneering step in launching the poster as an art form. It prefigured the accomplishments of Ché … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-11 17:00:08
[c.1868]. An Early Bilingual Bordeaux Wine List27cm x 21cm. [4] pp. Unbound, two spots (not affecting text), signs of having been folded. An UNRECORDED and extremely rare early wine list for the wines of Bordeaux. Printed lithographically (to look like a handwritten sheet) and issued by Gaden and Klipsch, the wines are offered en barriques (in oak barrels) or en bouteilles (in bottles). The list begins with the following "Nota" in French and English: In general, all the numerous growths of Bordelais are sold under the known names of Lafite, Latour, Larose, Mouton, Lagrange, Pauillac, Margaux, Saint Estephe, St. Julien, etc., without any mention of the year, and even when the produce of the growths or districts of these names have been indifferent as in the years 1860, 1863, 1866. We cannot undertake to furnish every year, Wines under the same names, because there are years in which the growths turn out badly in our Cellars, but we always point out the growth, the district, and the year of the Wines that we can recommend, with perfect security.Twenty-three different red wines in barrel are offered, all of which are from the years 1864, 1865, and 1867. Producers include Château Cantenac (1100 francs); Château Ségur Parempuyre (400 francs); Malescot Margaux (1000 francs); Listrac Medoc (400 francs); Château Citran (650 francs); and Ducrû St. Julien (1500 francs). At the end of this section are tasting notes: "The 1864 are distinguished by their delicacy, their fine flavour and their smoothness. They are thinner Wines than those of 1865 which are very warm and full-bodied." … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ben Kinmont Bookseller [United States]
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2020-06-11 11:14:04
1868. Voir la description ci-dessous. 11644 Collectif. Le Diable à Paris - Paris et les Parisiens à la plume et au crayon par Gavarni, Grandville, Bertall, Cham, Dantan, Clerget... P., Hetzel, 1868-69, 4 vol. grand in-8° (275 x 180) pleine percaline brique éditeur, dos lisse, titre, tomaison et fleurons dorés, plaque dorée et filets à froid en encadrement sur les plats supérieurs, rosace et filets à froid en encadrement sur les plats inférieurs (Ch. MAGNIER Rel.). Cartonnages légèrement ternis, les tomes II et III légèrement plus sombres, bon exemplaire sans rousseurs par ailleurs. Frontispice et très nombreuses illustrations gravées sur bois hors et in-texte. Textes de Balzac, Dumas, O. Feuillet, Hugo, Musset, Sand, Stahl, Sue, Verne, etc. Le premier tirage de cet ouvrage date de 1845. Réf. biblio. : Vicaire, III-245. Frais de port dégressifs pour plusieurs volumes. Emballage solide sous bulles et carton offert. Les frais de port pour la France en tarif Colissimo recommandé sont offerts. Pour les acheteurs étrangers, les frais de port sont en tarif Colissimo international avec assurance à la valeur de l'objet. Paiement attendu dans les 7 jours après la fin des enchères, merci. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bouquinerie AURORE (bouqaur) [BELMESNIL, France]
2020-06-10 15:36:05
Biography) KECKLEY, Elizabeth
New York: G.W. Carleton & Co., 1868. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. 5 1/4 X 7 1/2 Inches. 371 [8] PP. Good. Item #3534 First edition copy in the original brown cloth binding. Worn at head and foot of spine. Wear to edges. Scattered foxing. A few PO notes in pencil. Gold lettering to spine a bit dull. Spine cocked a bit. Even with all of these faults the book presents well. A very important African-American slave narrative written by Mary Todd Lincoln's seamstress and friend. Copies in collectible condition are incredibly scarce. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: backintimerarebooks [Jacksonville, Florida, United States]
2020-06-10 14:33:02
O le feagaiga fou a lo tatou alii o Iesu Keriso, ua faasamoaina.Including: O le tusi o Salamo.Cambridge, C.J. Clay, 1868. Small 4to (18 x 14.5 cm). Contemporary darkblue, textured sheepskin, gilt edges. [330] ll. Samoan translation of the psalms and the New Testament, "printed in large type (suitable for old people with failing sight)" (Darlow & Moule) and published on behalf of the British and foreign Bible Society. The text was translated by the British missionary George Pratt (1817-1894). According to Darlow and Moule, the present edition was issued in 5000 copies.With an owner's inscription on title-page and a manuscript note on the first page. A few small spots. Binding rubbed along the extremities. Otherwise in very good condition. Darlow & Moule 7965.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]

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