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         Du mouvement dans les fonctions de la vie Leçons faites au Collège de France.

      Paris, Germer-Baillière, 1868, in 8°, de VII-479pp., ill. de 144 figures in t., demi-veau blond époque, dos à filets dorés, envoi de l'auteur à son ami le cardiologue Pierre Charles Edouard Potain pionnier de la mesure de la tension artérielle, "à mon ami Potain, souvenir très affectueux, Marey" Edition originale. Etude de l'importance des appareils enregistreurs en biologie, la méthode graphique, origine du mouvement, myographie, la contractilité et l'élasticité musculaires, les excitants artificiels du mouvement, du tétanos électrique, la vitesse de l'argent nerveux moteur, la théorie de la contraction volontaire..., avec une description de nombreux appareils : kymographion de Flick, hémodromographe de Chauveau, cardiographe de Chaveau & Marey, polygraphe à projection, thermographe, etc... ¶ Hagelin, Kinetic Jottings, p.168. - Garrison-Morton 643 (pour "le mouvement", 1894)

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        3 maschinenschritfl. Briefe, jeweils mit voller eigenhändiger Unterschrift, 21,5 x 16,5 cm, gelocht, an den deutschen Diplomaten Albert von Dufour-Féronce, u.a. zeitweise (ab 1933) auch Botschafter in Belgrad. 1) Zwei Doppelblatt, acht Seiten ganzseitig, "Pension Granita, Campfér, den 5. Februar 1933. Sehr verehrter Herr Minister. Ihren eingehenden Darlegungen entnahm ich mit großem Interesse, daß auch Sie es als ausgeschlossen ansehen, daß Deutschland gegenüber den kleineren Gläubigerstaaten und im besonderen Jugoslawien gegenüber irgendein besonderes Entgegenkommen gewissermann als Entgelt für den Ausfall der Sachlieferungen zeigen werde und daß deshalb das Projekt des geplanten Hüttenwerkes." Berichtet weiterhin ausführlich über den Stan

      0 - Aus dem Nachlass von Albert von Dufour-Féronce (1868-1945), Sohn einer Leipziger Industriellenfamilie, 1919 Eintritt in den diplomatischen Dienst, 1920 Botschaftsrat in London, 1924 Gesandter, 1926-32 Unter-Generalsekretär des Völkerbundes in Genf, 1932/33 Botschafter in Belgrad Als Nachfolger Ulrich von Hassels (1881-1944). Sprache: de

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        Délégation des ouvriers relieurs. I° : La reliure aux expositions de l'industrie (1798-1862). II° : Etudes comparatives de la reliure ancienne et moderne

      1868 - 2 volumes in-12 de I. XXVII, Paris, au Siège de la commission, chez Clémence, chez tous les libraires, 1868 et 1869-1875, , 2 volumes in-12 de I. XXVII, 278 et (4) pages -II. (4) et 223 pages, 9 planches, demi-maroquin bleu foncé avec coins, dos orné, tête dorée (Reliure de l'époque), Edition originale de cette importante et intéressante publication. 9 planches de reliures, numérotées I-III, IV, IV bis, V, V bis, VI et VI bis, tirées en photogravure hors texte. Des rousseurs claires. Légers frottements à la reliure. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      N.p. [1868], Gyokuransai. A large color woodblock printed. map, 1 meter 45.5 x 92 cm.,minor old worming, else very good. hand-printed woodblocks, pastel vegetal dyes, handmade paper. symbol key, beautifully executed with superb charm. R A R E. A FAMOUS COLOUR MAP BY SADAHIDE-STAR PUPIL OF KUNISADA Sadahide [1807-1873] was an excellent artist and stylist. He was an Ukiyo-e painter who dogged foreigners in Yokohama,and made large numbers of "Yokohama E" or prints of foreigners; he was also know for his lovely landscape prints often done in a series of three single but matching prints ie tryptich, that again connected to other groups of three to form a long panoramic panel of views of famous sights & Shogun or Imper- ial processions. He lived in Edo & worked under the master painter & Ukiyo-e print-maker Kunisada I. He was a prolific print maker and cartographer. His "Bird's Eye View" maps are among the most spectacular and decorative ever done in the mid 19th century, and show a high degree of artistic skill, understanding of composition and three-dimensional drawing. He was truly a unique and creative artist and far ahead of his time. * This map is a prime example of his keen ability to imagine, or project himself above the land, as if he were floating in a balloon, while he sketched the country side. Per Namba..."maps of Mutsu & Dewa [provinces] in the North- eastern part of Honshuu, were not published at all until 1868 [first year of the restoration of the Meiji Emperor to the seat of power], the last year of the Edo period, when the Shogunate collapsed." This most charming map shows the coast, mountains, rivers, lakes in a pictorial and highly artistic manner. * WHO WAS HASHIMOTO GYOKURANSAI: His works are always graphically pleasant to view and have a magical charm. His use of delicate and pastel vegetal colors was a confirmation of his committment to the use of traditional coloring, while many of his contemporaries were enthralled with the new aniline or foreign pigments, that made so many Meiji prints garish and bright. This work is truly superb for and ready framing and library display. All of his maps are quite R A R E ! Cited and illu- strated on 4 full pages in color in in M. Namba: OLD MAPS IN JAPAN as plate #46 pp.86-89, with text on p.190. Due to the very large nature of this map, and difficuly to get a good digital photo we have also posted a scanned from the above book, which shows this map in all its color, large size and glory. Sadahide was also one of eleven Japanese woodblock print-makers who presented their artistic examples at the Paris Exposition of 1866, receiving the Legion d'Honneur. This map folds down to about 18 x 26 cm. * BIBLIOGRAPHY: * L. Roberts: DICTIONARY OF JAPANESE ARTISTS: p.135. [A major woodblock print artist of the mid-19th Century. Well collected by world museums & collectors. * * KOBE CITY MUSEUM. EZU TO FUKEI, E NO YONA CHIZU, CHIZU NO YONA E: BETWEEN LANDSCAPE PAINTING AND PANORAMIC MAPS. [Literal Title: PICTURE MAPS & LANDSCAPES, PICTURE-LIKE MAPS AND MAP-LIKE PICTURES.] * HASHIYAMA, Takashi. et al. BAKUMATSU MEIJI BUNMEI KAIKA: The Westernization of Japan in Ukiyo-e. * This is one of the best monographs on Sadahide, showing a large variety of his color woodcut prints and books. KANAGAWA KENRITSU REKISHI HAKUBUTSUKAN. YOKOHAMA UKIYOE TO SORATOBU ESHI, GOUNTEI SADAHIDE: SPECIAL EXHIBITION: YOKOHAMA UKIYOE: LIFE AND WOODCUT WORKS OF GOUNTEI SADAHIDE. * Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not be the actual copy in stock for sale at any given time; if you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email and an image will be returned to you by attachment. * * * * BUY WITH .

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        Drei Jahre in Süd-Afrika

      Breslau Ferdinand Hirt 1868 - Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (1838-1927). "Drei Jahre in Süd-Afrika. Reiseskizzen nach Notizen des Tagebuchs zusammengestellt. Mit zahlreichen Illustrationen nach Photographien und Originalzeichnungen des Verfassers nebst einer Übersichtskarte der ausgeführten Routen". Wroclaw: Ferdinand Hirt, 1868. First ed. Gr.-8vo. XVI, 416 pp. with 50 woodcut ill. in the text, 25 plates (18 woodcuts and 7 color lithographs). Orig. cloth binding with gilt title on the front cover and spine. Very well preserved. - Gustav Theodor Fritsch (March 5, 1838, Chotebuz - June 12, 1927, Berlin) was a German anatomist, physiologist and anthropologist. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Kaisei Kyomachi on'ezu Saiken Taisei Rakuchu Rakugai Chocho Shoumei Zen

      Japan: Takehara Kobei, 1868. unbound. Color woodblock case map. Measures 68 1/2 x 55 inches. Folded into the case it measures 14 1/2 x 9 inches. Impressive, large scale, Japanese map of Kyoto was published in 1868 or the fourth year of the Keio era. It covers the city of Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan, and its surroundings. Includes directional orientation near the four borders. Printed in Japanese, the map shows relief pictorially and notes streets, waterways, rice paddies and important buildings. Numerous important temples are also identified, including the famous Hiei Mountain in the upper left. Kyoto was one of the only two cities (the other was Nara) with organized street grid layouts based on the classical model of the ancient Chinese capital city of Chang'an (Xi'an). Kyoto being a famous city and the all important capital of Japan, maps of Kyoto from this period usually did not include an official title. The title was later added on the cover by bibliographers. The map includes the era when it was published. This map includes two dates, most likely referring to the earlier edition printed in Tenpo 2 or 1831 and this particular edition is printed in Keio 4 or 1868. Expert conservation with entire map lined with archival paper for ease of folding.Takahara Kobei has published maps depicting the early modern Kyoto since 1812. His multi color maps depict Kyoto as well as its peripheral suburbs to include as many historic spots as possible. This is a wonderful example of exceptional Japanese cartography. Scarce

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        Salon Agoston. Heute zwei große brillante Vorstellungen aus dem Gebiete der modernen Salon - Magie, Physik & Illusion.

      (München), Druck von E. Stahl (1868).Plakat mit typographischem Text und zwei Holzschnitt - Illustrationen: Kopf der Sphinx (16 x 15 cm) und eine Zauberszene, Agoston dirigiert den Hexensabbat (20 x 31 cm). Blattgr.: 85 x 60 cm. Chevalier Agoston (1826 - 1897), als Gustav Böhm im ungarischen Oedenburg (heute Sopron) geboren, feierte in den 1860er Jahren Erfolge mit seinem Zaubertheater. - Unter den herausragenden Programmpunkten: Die unsichtbaren Trommel - Virtuosen; Das mysteriöse Rendezvous; Belebte Blumen oder Cupido`s Treue. "Zum Schluß der Vorstellung: Vorzeigung der Wunderfontaine Kalospinthechromokrene". - Obere rechte Ecke mit kl. Abschnitt. Sehr gutes Exemplar! Bücher de

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        Alpenlandschaft mit Gewässer 1868.

      1868 1868 - Aquarell über Bleistift, auf bräunlichem Velin, recht unten signiert und datiert „J. Höger. 2. April 1860. 18,9:15,9 cm. Insgesamt leicht vergilbt und etwas fleckig. Ein fein abgestimmtes Kolorit und eine sorgfältige zeichnerische Sicherheit zeichnen dieses Aquarell aus. Nachdem der österreichische Landschaftsmaler Höger eine Ausbildung zum Radierer und Lithographen absolvierte hatte, studierte er an der Wiener Akademie bei J. Mössmer (1780-1945) und J. Rebell (1787-1828). Impulse nahm er vor allem von J.C. Erhard (1795-1822) und J.A. Klein /1792-1975) auf. Nach seiner Ausbildung schloß er sich J. Gauermann (1773-1843), dessen Tochter er heiratete, und dessen Söhnen Carl (1804-1829) und Friedrich (1807-1862) an. Mit Carl unternahm er Studienausflüge in die Alpen, mit Friedrich begleitete er 1837 zusammen mit Th. Ender Erzherzog Johann nach Südrussland und in den Orient, und unternahm 1838 eine Reise nach Venedig. 1849-1851 war er Professor an der Elementarschule der Wiener Akademie. Seine Werke besitzen das Nationalmuseum Nürnberg, das Museum Georg Schäfer Schweinfurt, das Lichtensteinmuseum Wien und das Niederösterreichische Landesmuseum St. Pölten. Charakteristisch für Höger war das reine Aquarell, in dem Lichtakzente durch Aussparung der Fläche und nicht durch Deckweißhöhung bewirkt wurden, wie auch das vorliegende Blatt zeigt.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1868 - 1868 Wisden Original Wrappers Exceptional Condition

      1868. On offer here is an 1868 Wisden in it's original wrappers and in quite exceptional condition. The front and rear wrappers are flat and bright and unmarked. There is an ownership name to the top of the front wrapper. The spine is complete with the year ""1868"" written in ink to the spine. The book is entirely original and without any restoration at all. The contents of the book are in fine, clean condition. This copy together with the 1864 that I have listed are probably the finest editions of the first 15 years that I have been able to offer for sale.

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        The variation of animals and plants under domestication.

      London: John Murray, 1868. Darwin, Charles (1809-82). The variation of animals and plants under domestication. 2 vols. viii, 411 plus 32-page publisher?s catalogue; viii, 486, [2, adverts.]pp. Text illustrations. London: John Murray, 1868. 222 x 142 mm. Original green cloth, gilt-lettered spines, bit of paper residue on corner of Vol. I front cover, corner of Vol. II front cover a bit creased. Occasional minor foxing but very good First Edition, second issue. Darwin?s longest work, representing the first two chapters of the projected ?big book? on the origin of species of which the Origin was an abstract; this was the only section of the ?big book? published during Darwin?s lifetime. Along with a detailed discussion of the facts of artificial selection, the work contains Darwin?s hypothesis of pangenesis, in which he tried to provide explanations of hereditary resemblance, inheritance of acquired characteristics, atavism, and regeneration; the theory served as ?a point of departure for particulate theories in the later nineteenth century? (Dictionary of Scientific Biography). The first issue of Variation has four lines of errata in the first volume and seven lines in the second. The second issue is distinguished by the single line of errata in Vol. i, p. vi; and by the two-line imprint shown on nearly all of the binding spines. Freeman 878. Norman 597.

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        The birds of Berkshire and Buckinghamshire: a contribution to the natural history of the two counties

      Eton: Ingleton and Drake; London: "Simpkin, Marshall". 1868. "First edition of the first ornithological book illustrated with photographs, and published when the author was a mere sixteen years old; small 8vo, pp. xiv, [2], 232; four orig. hand-colored albumen prints of birds (stuffed specimens); orig. green cloth, gilt vignette on upper cover, gilt lettering and vignette on spine; expertly rebacked with old spine imperceptibly laid down; overall appearance is fine and bright. Truthful Lens 96: ""It was impossible at this time to photograph live birds due to the absence of the telephoto lens and extremely light- sensitive plates that would permit short exposures. Muybridge [Animal Locomotion, 1887] was the first to photograph birds in flight. The author, perhaps also the photographer, is given the by-line ""An Eton Boy""."" Gernsheim 436."

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      London - Paris - New York, 1868. 1st edition thus (Gimbel B295), i.e., with the lithographic plate reproducing Dicken's letter. This copy SIGNED by Dickens, in blue ink, on the original ffep, "Faithfully yours / Charles Dickens [flourish]". Early 20th C. 3/4 green morocco binding with marbled paper boards & eps. TEG. Original publisher's green cloth binding bound-in at rear. Spine sunned to a mellow golden tan. A handsome VG+ copy.. [5], v, 141, [1] pp. Binder's blanks at front & rear. Frontis of Menken. Facsimile of Dickens' "letter", which is actually comprised of portions from 2 letters Dickens sent Menken [cf. LETTERS, v. 11]. Cuts as head- tailpieces. Sq 12mo. 5-1/2" x 4-1/4" Dickens knew Menken through her 1864 performances at Astley's, during which time she was accepted by the London Bohemian crowd, holding 'literary salons' at her suite at the Westminster Palace Hotel. Her aspirations toward literature resulted in this modest volume of poetry, which she decicated to "Charles Dickens", a gesture the Inimitable accepted with 'great pleasure'. This particular copy comes from a prominent Detroit businessman's collection, gathered in the 1920s, and only now, 90 years later, coming onto the market.

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        Reise der Österreichischen Fregatte Novara um die Erde in den Jahren 1857, 1858, 1859 unter den Befehlen des Commodore B. von Wüllerstorf-Urbair. Zoologischer Theil. 2. Band. 3. Abtheilung.

      Wien, Kaiserl.-königl. Hof- und Staatsdruckerei 1868. 4°. Tit., 1 Bl. (Nebentit.), 280 S. mit 25 Tafeln; 1 Bl. (Nebentit.), 46 S. mit 4 Tafeln; 1 Bl. (Nebentit.), 16 S. mit 2 Tafeln. Dünkelgrüner OLeinenbd. m. goldgepr. Rü.titel u. Deckelvign. (Expeditionsschiff) sowie blindgepr. Deckelrahmen. Ecken berieben, lädierter Rücken fachgerecht restauriert, papierbed. leicht gebräunt u. im Text vereinz. fingerfleckig. Die 3. Abteilung des zweiten Bandes des in 2 Bänden (Band 2 in 3 Abteilungen) erschienenen, zoologischen Teils des wissenschaftlichen Reisewerks der Novara-Expedition (1857-59), der ersten und einzigen groß angelegten Weltumsegelungsmission der Österreichischen Kriegsmarine, die international anerkannte Ergebnisse brachte. Bei ihrer Rückkehr hatte die Novara u. a. 26.000 zoologische Objekte an Bord, darunter 320 Säugetiere, 1.500 Vögel, 950 Amphibien, 2.000 Fische und etwa 13.000 Insekten. Allein von den 1.868 mitgebrachten Fliegenarten waren 467 noch nicht bekannt. - Umfasst 3 Tle.: 1 - Heller, Camil. Crustaceen. / 2 - Grube, Ed. Anneliden. / 3 - Frauenfeld, Georg Ritter v. Mollusken. - Die wissenschaftlichen Resultate der Reise wurden in einem 21-bändigen Werk der Wiener Akademie der Wissenschaften (1861-1876) veröffentlicht. Versand D: 15,00 EUR Weltreise, 1857-1859, Österreichische Kriegsmarine, Novara-Expedition, Fregatte Novara, Weltumsegelungsmission, Kaiserliche Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien, österreichische Monarchie

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        FUKUJU SOH: THE ADONIS PLANT. [An Erotic Color Illustrated Woodblock Printed Boo

      [Japan n.d. ca 1868]. Gold brocade green cloth covers, acco-. rdion folded, all edge silver gilt, album size 17 x 25 cm.,. contains 12 double page prints opening to 34 x 25 cm. Oban. size, plus an introductory illustrated page. STUNNING !. A MOST STUNNING HOKUSAI EROTIC COLOR-BOOK This is a most famous book executed by one of Japan's most famous painters and woodblock print artist, Hokusai [1760- 1849], who was commonly known as the "Mad Man on Painting." The original was printed in the late 1810's it was unsigned, several variant editions are known, most copies were lost or now unaccounted for. It is part of Hokusai's erotic tri- logy. This posthumous edition has been meticulously carved and printed with the utmost care and registry. The book used some twenty different colors, each color printed by a diffe- rent wood-block. An interesting proof of age, is found on page [six], the rape scene. The girl's red under-Kimono was printed from a color made from finely ground iron. The red has now turned to an iron-red patina with a dark purple hue. This common color was used at the beginning of the Meiji period [1868-1912] for most solid reds. Humidity content determines the amount of time it takes to give this patina, on the average, about 100-135 years for this reaction to change the properties of the iron, forcing it to oxidize and change into and achieve this marvelous color and affect [see #6 scan]. While the book has a proper title slip, it was intentionally left blank. The over all condition of the book is quite good with very minor reservations. A small amount of foxing, more on some, less on other prints, some are even approaching fine. On page #11, the print is about 5 mm. shorter at the bottom, but this does NOT affect the overall value of the image as it is insignificant. A small, faint amount of transfer from the black is evident with close scrutiny. Overall the work is quite lovely, and the viewer is soon distracted to the subject of the images rather than the minor flaws. A truly magnificent and unusual example of early Meiji polychrom printing. Most of the Shun Pon [erotic books] of this period show small images, drawn from a distance, with room decorations, food, bedding, flow- ing robes, furniture and outside scenery. This by stark con- trast has directed the viewer to the real point of Shun Pon [literally Spring Book Pictures...after all, spring in Asia means a new beginning and the opening of a New Year...return of nature from a winter's sleep, what better things to think of and do for a good New Year start if not sex !] is to sti- mulate and enhance the act of making love. The book begins sans title page nor artist's name recognition. Many books of this subject were clearly executed by some of the most famous artists of the period. It was a quick source of cash for starving artists. The work starts out with a double-page showing sliding Fusuma doors, an invitation to voyeurism. The doors are subtly decorated giving no clue to the true nature of the contents, useful for coercing young virgins to have a look...also the reason for no title slip. Each of the subsequent 12 double pages are devoted to the real subj- ect of this book. The joy, art and pleasure of love-making. From the beginning of recorded time the Japanese were not a prudish people. In fact, they held strong beliefs in and worship of inanimate sexual objects such as trees, rocks and other things that showed a natural resemblance to the genitalia. These objects were collected & placed in shrines. Later, some were carved from wood and stone and placed in special "fertility shrines" in Japan. Barren women often visited these shrines offering prayers to the Gods for fert- ility and evoked charms. Stories passed down over the cent- centuries, that some of the keepers of these fertility shri- nes, or their priests were willing "assistants" of these "Gods" & gladly inseminated such vulnerable women. The Jap- anese had an affinity with the natural expression of passion passion and lust. Rape of women alone along a pathway, or in their own room was not uncommon. While some may truly object others feigned objection while in ecstasy [see page #6]. The book therefore beings when the first page is turned to page number one. * * Page one shows a very young woman. She has mounted an un- seen suitor, while she sits upon his gigantic penis, her eyes are closed in the throes of ecstasy, her lips are red with excitement and a very pale but obvious pink flush enve- lops her face. On the floor is the usual package of Chirishi or toilet paper used to wipe the aftermath. The male's organ is huge and the veins are blue and popping, her very excited vulva takes on the color of deep red and faint purple, disp- laying the maximum color of excitement. While fully clothed, her Kimono is open just enough to accomplish the act of love. To the Japanese partially clothed women with their genitals exposed was more erotic than a full nude...after all they did mixed public bathing for centuries. * * Page two shows a couple, she is almost nude, with just her red under Kimono draped over her stomach, while he exposes his organ as he enters her from the "X" angle, he cradles, her from behind while holding her left breast. She pulls him from behind the neck to be close enough to share a tongue kiss, rarely shown in Japanese prints. He inserts his tongue into her willing mouth, as she holds his cheek fast. Her long and flowing hair is still tied with a black ribbon at the bottom suggesting that she is some kind of royal person. She also shows a pink flush to her mouth and vaginal lips. * *Page three shows newlyweds. The woman still wears the trad- itional head gear of a bride. She holds a package of Chiri- shi in her lips ready for the flood of love juices that are already flowing out. The man enters her from the top, while she willingly spreads her legs wide open. * * Page four shows the woman on top in a contortion, reveal- ing the organs involved in love-making. * *Page five shows the influence from an earlier Utamaro work a classic. The woman is on the bottom, pulling the covers over her lover's bare back-side, while they are making love in the winter. Her wooden platform pillow is ready as the are hidden from view by a small folding screen to keep out the cool draft. Her vermilion under Kimono is tangled with her outer Kimono. * *Page six shows a ruffian raping a young girl. He is likely a common coolie, all he wears is a "Fundoshi" or loin cloth which was easily moved to reveal his huge and erect penis. He has tumbled this innocent girl by pulling her foot from under her; then with his other hand, inserts his organ into her. She is pushing his cheek away, and attempting to pull his hand off her foot. What is ironical is that her face is flushed pink, and her face shows no frown of rejection, but her eyes are almost closed as she secretly anticipates the oncoming pleasure. For sure, she must resist being innocent, young, coquettish and demure in an attempt to save face. It is important to note at this time, that there exists a most similar print by Utamaro showing this very scene. Surely Hokusai was so impressed, that as a tribute to Utamaro he utilized this stunning image in his own work, the old adage "Copying is the greatest compliment." See more below re: #6. * *Page seven shows an unabashed nude couple enjoying a fully adult pleasure of making love without any restraints. In fact this must the a second or third time as the amount of expended Chirishi has been thrown about after the last joys of love-making pleasure. It is known in Japan, that after the first round of love-making if the couple can clean up the love juices promptly enough, a new erection can be achi- eved, and the drying of the vagina will give the next round of love-making a new and more pleasurable sensation. In this view the man enters from the rear while holding her fast,his right foot is set for maximum traction ! * *Page eight shows another couple engaged, the woman on top but with her back side facing him. Vis-a-vis each other to observe each other thus increasing the erotic passion. A tiny bit of silver color has accented her Kimono, highly un- usual in any woodblock print. Of note, her toes are curled curled down in a fit of ecstasy. * *Page nine shows one of the most fascinating of all prints in this series. In the traditional sixty-nine position, he has his tongue in her very excited and swollen purple-red vulva. She tries with difficulty to contain his very large penis, also with a dark pink-purple flush, as she curled her toes in painful ecstasy, her expression shows her eyebrows in a frown, as she enjoys the agony and ecstasy of this won- derful pleasure. * *Page ten shows a mature couple nude, she holds the tie-died head band in her mount, to silence her cries of joy, while she embraces her lover's neck. The spectacular view of the genitals fully engaged is stunning. The penis has its veins popping out, while the lips of her vulva are flushed bright red, the love juices flowing out. Her breasts are pointed downward, revealing that she has given birth previously. Her her toes are curled in a passionate dream of pleasure. The pair both display a pink flush to their faces with very bright red lips. It is not common to see this in men. * *Page eleven shows a couple preparing to make love. The man who is on top displays a very large and erect penis, while he sucks on her upturned breast; she is being manipulated to move her left leg up so he can then enter her open and wait- ing vulva. She clutches a handful of Chirishi in preparation for the flood. Her eyebrows are shaved, but a faint pink flush just above her eyes has emerged. * *Page twelve shows a most unusual scene in the world of Haru Bon. While lesbianism is not unusual, openly depicting girls at such play are. This shows two ordinary nude women, likely being bored or abandoned by their male suitors, have taken to the mutual pleasure of dildo play. One wears a huge and most black penis tied about her waist. The other reveals her open and moist vagina, clutches the penis while holding a few Chirishi sheets. The other opens a tiny container with some sort of stimulating potion. This will either be applied to the dildo or her partner's vagina. It seems clear, the two girls have already shared this joy before and could be that the girl grasping the penis has already applied it to her partner,and is now awaiting her turn to be "penetrated." * Books of this subject, quality, nature and rarity are truly most difficult to acquire on the open market. Superbly col- ored in pastels, prior to the very garish and bright advent and use of aniline dyes imported from Europe. Because Hoku- sai had lived during the life-time of Utamaro [1754-1806] he was influencd by this great master. The most vivid example of this invluence is found in number six [above], the rape scene. The original inspiration for this print was done by Utamaro in his most celebrated erotic album: UTA MAKURA: PILLOW OF SONG, dated 1788..."Utamaro's masterpieces...most impressive ...series of twelve prints ...this is one of the most dramatic scenes: a plebeian maiden being attacked by a middle-aged laborer and putting up stiff resistance" See R. Lane: IMAGES OF THE FLOATING WORLD, page 140, plate 140 for a most similar example. The original Utamaro shows the exact same action, with nearly identical composition; the man sup- resses the girl by holding her left leg, while she pushes his cheek away with her right hand...clearly Hokusai was so impressed with this superb composition and subject that he utilized it in his own masterpiece. Note how even the man's "Fundoshi" [loin cloth] is in the exact format, draped over his stiff penis. This is no coincidence ! This series and a few similar prints illustrated also in T. Evans: SHUNGA: The Art of Love in Japan, page 249 for the text; illustrations 6.83, 6.85 and 6.86; 6.88 is an exact match for our number 9 above. A stunning and most fantastic piece of color erotica by Japan's master painter. Images displayed may not be the actual copy in stock for sale at any given time; if you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email and an image will be returned to you by attachment. * * * * BUY WITH .

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        Tenders for Survey in Northern Territory

      Adelaide, Government Printer, 1868 - Foolscap folio, 8 pages plus copies of two enclosures with the tender forms: a folding plan showing the proposed system of surveying sections (approximately 260 x 315 mm) and a large folding colour map, 'Sketch Map of the North Territory Country in the vicinity of Adam Bay, constructed by J.W.O. Bennett, Draughtsman, from data and instructions furnished by the Hon. B.T. Finniss, L.Col. V.M.F., Govt. Resident Northern Territory. Showing approximately the tracks of the various explorers of the N.T. and the locality of the gold producing district discovered by Mr F.H. Litchfield in September 1865' (515 x 595 mm). Modern cloth with the title in gilt on the front cover; light marginal foxing to the text and folding plan, with light waterstains to the leading edge of the last leaf; the folding map is foxed (confined mainly to the wide unprinted margins and blank areas of the printed surface), and there are light waterstains along portions of the top and leading edges; notwithstanding, a very good copy of a very rare item. South Australian Parliamentary Paper Number 100 of 1868-69. It contains full details of the nine tenders for the survey of 420,000 acres of land in the Northern Territory, together with a report on them by George Goyder, the Surveyor-General. He saw fit to consider seriously only one of the tenders, and his concluding remarks suggest the ultimate course of action: 'it only remains to be considered whether an efficient party, organized and equipped by the Government, and the additional information gained thereby, would not be infinitely preferable to the bare local description of the country actually operated on by the contractors'. The very detailed map may be seen as a monument to Bennett, who returned with Goyder's party, only to meet his death by spearing on 29 May 1869. Offered together with a copy of the Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, South Australian Branch, Volume 79, 1978, containing a relevant article by Michael Williams: 'George Woodroofe Goyder - a Practical Geographer' (22 pages with 3 maps and 3 plates). Also included is a signed copy of the recent biography of Goyder by Janis Sheldrick: 'Nature's Line. George Goyder. Surveyor, Environmentalist, Visionary' (Wakefield Press, 2013; octavo, xiv, 458 pages plus 28 colour illustrations and endpaper maps; papered boards with the dustwrapper). Use [Ask Bookseller a Question] option below to confirm availability.

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        Lettres de Madame de Sevigne de sa famille et de ses amis Recueillies et annotees par M. MONMERQUE, membre de l\'institut. Album

      Paris, Librairie de L. Hachette, 1868. ca. 30 S.Buch mit altersbedingten Gebrauchsspuren, ohne SU, marmorierter Einband, dieser vorne oben an der Seite sowie Buchrücken altersbedingt leicht ausgebleicht, Buch wurde nachgebunden, Ecken und Kanten berieben und bestoßen, ungleichmäßiger Schnitt, mit Lesebändchen, in Französisch (!), mit Schwarzweiß- und farbigen Illustrationen, Kopien der handschriftlichen Briefe, Vorsatz und Schmutztitel stark nachgedunkelt, auf Vorsatzblatt handschriftl. Namenszug mit Datum (mit Tinte), auf 2. Vorsatzblatt Schmutzfleck Q15 Versand D: 4,90 EUR

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        Courrier de Vaugelas (le). Journal bi-mensuel consacré à la propagation de la langue française. Questions grammaticales questions philologiques.

      1868-1887, Paris 1868 - Du numéro 1 (première année, 1er. octobre 1868) au numéro 20 et dernier (dixième année, 15 juin 1881), 2 vol. in-4, demi-toile verte. Collection complète. Rédacteur en chef : Ema Martin. Revue consacrée à la philologie et à la grammaire. « Le Courrier de Vaugelas, un des périodiques linguistiques du 19e siècle, est consacré à la propagation universelle de la langue française et a pour unique rédacteur E. Martin. Les thèmes étudiés sont abordés sous forme de questions-réponses avec des questions grammaticales et des questions philologiques. L'A. s'intéresse à cette publication (particulièrement entre 1868 et 1881) car elle s'inscrit dans une époque charnière tant pour les études linguistiques que pour la pratique pédagogique. Pour connaître la complexité et la diversité des forces idéologiques et politiques qui pèsent sur le Courrier ainsi que ses pratiques, l'A. étudie les jugements d'acceptabilité explicites et implicites qui touchent également indirectement les problèmes de la norme. Il relève certaines prises de position qui sembleraient marquer une assez grande distance par rapport à l'ensemble de la doxa ». Peu avant le décès du fondateur-rédacteur (1882), la publication fut interrompue de juin 1881 à 1886 ; reprise en 1887, la revue disparut définitivement le 20 décembre 1887. Table générale des matières jointe. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        De syv Brødkurve Guds ord paa alle Ugens Dage [The Seven Bread Baskets Word of God on all Week Days]

      F. Beyer, Bergen 1868 - Good brown quarter-leather over colored marbled boards. Some edge and spine wear, previous owner inscription, soiling, tanned pages. 1868, 12mo, 80pp. Rare book Only one first edition in OCLC, Norsk Bokfortegnelse p.40 a later 1885 edition of this Norwegian language book noted. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Großes mechanisches Automaten - , Metamorphosen - und Welttheater verbunden mit den weltberühmten Geister - und Gespenster - Erscheinungen. (Unterzeichner:) Ig. Scheibel, Mechaniker aus Ladenburg.

      Ulm, gedruckt bei Jakob Nübling (1868).Plakat auf gelbem Papier. Mit kl. Holzschnitt. Blattgr.: 62 x 39,5 cm. Ignaz Scheibel, über den ich leider nichts weiter in Erfahrung bringen konnte, annonciert u. a. "Mechanische Ballets, Metamorphosen und Automaten", mechanische Figuren die sich lebensecht bewegen und verschiedene historische Szenen aufführen. Auch die "Sphinx, der lebende sprechende Kopf" wird geboten und ein auch noch heute zum Standardrepertoire gehörender Trick: "Der Wunder - Korb. Dieser Korb wird auf einen freistehenden Tisch gestellt - dann wird eine Dame hineingelegt, welche mit einem Degen durchstochen wird, hernach wird derselbe vor dem Publikum auf dem Theater geöffnet und ist in dem Wunderkorbe nichts mehr zu finden, als die Kleidungsstücke der Dame"! - Am oberen Rand handschriftl. eingefügt: München, Jakobidult 1868. Bücher de

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        Großes mechanisches Automaten-, Metamorphosen- und Welttheater verbunden mit den weltberühmten Geister- und Gespenster-Erscheinungen. (Unterzeichner:) Ig. Scheibel, Mechaniker aus Ladenburg.

      Ulm, gedruckt bei Jakob Nübling (1868). Plakat auf gelbem Papier. Mit kl. Holzschnitt. Blattgr.: 62 x 39,5 cm. Ignaz Scheibel, über den ich leider nichts weiter in Erfahrung bringen konnte, annonciert u. a. \"Mechanische Ballets, Metamorphosen und Automaten\", mechanische Figuren die sich lebensecht bewegen und verschiedene historische Szenen aufführen. Auch die \"Sphinx, der lebende sprechende Kopf\" wird geboten und ein auch noch heute zum Standardrepertoire gehörender Trick: \"Der Wunder-Korb. Dieser Korb wird auf einen freistehenden Tisch gestellt - dann wird eine Dame hineingelegt, welche mit einem Degen durchstochen wird, hernach wird derselbe vor dem Publikum auf dem Theater geöffnet und ist in dem Wunderkorbe nichts mehr zu finden, als die Kleidungsstücke der Dame\"! - Am oberen Rand handschriftl. eingefügt: München, Jakobidult 1868. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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      Giusti, Lucca - Opera completa in nove volumi. 2^-5^edizione. Cm.22,7x14,3. Pg.5240 complessive. Brossure editoriali. L'Opera si divide in due parti: "Parte generale", in due volumi, qui in 5^ edizione con aaggiunte, e "Parte speciale, ossia Esposizione dei delitti in specie, con aggiunta di note per uso della pratica forense", qui in seconda edizione (salvo il quinto volume che è in prima edizione [1868] ed è stampato da Canovetti. Il primo volume della Parte generale e il quarto della Parte speciale sono parzialmente slegati. Su alcuni volumi compare la dedica manoscritta dell'Autore ad Antonio Betti. Principale opera del celebre criminalista (Lucca, 1805-1888) che fu docente di diritto penale all'ateneo pisano e Senatore del Regno nel 1876. Oppositore convinto della pena di morte, fu il fondatore della cosiddetta "scuola giuridica del diritto penale". La prima edizione fu pubblicata tra il 1866 e il 1874. 6000 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Panorama vom Pizzo Centrale od. Tritthorn Sanct Gotthard. (Blauberg der Dufourkarte) 3002 Meter über Meer. Im Sommer 1868 aufgenommen u. auf Stein gezeichnet von Albert Heim. Umschlagtitel: Panorama vom Pizzo Centrale St. Gotthard.

      Zürich, C. Knüsli, 1868. Farbige Lithographie. Mehrfach gefaltetes Panorama. Beigebundener Text; \"Der St. Gotthard\" (7 S.) Panoramagröße: 16 x 255 cm - gefaltet: 18 x 12 cm. Orig.Halbleinenumschlag. Ill. Umschlagtitelblatt: Hotel du Mont Prosa auf dem St.Gotthard von Felix Lombardi - Auf Rückendeckel Abb. eines Sennenhundes, 1/20 der natürlichen Größe.(farb. Lithographien). Exlibris. Umschlag leicht stockfleckig. Panorama sauber und sehr gut erhalten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Schweiz, Tessin, Gotthardgebiet, Rundsichten, Panoramen

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        High Water in the Mississippi

      New York: Currier & Ives, 1868. Hand-coloured lithograph by James Merrit Ives after Fanny Palmer. A poignant image, demonstrating the triumph of the human spirit. In the foreground, uprooted trees bob in the current, using a roof as a raft two men pole themselves and nine others to safety, one of their companions holds tight to reins of a mule swimming beside the roof, whilst two others rescue furniture and a barrel. In the mid-ground: a large white-painted house with second-floor balconies front and back, and a smaller cook-house off to the right side. Two men in a row boat approach the back of the house, a lady stands on the balcony speaking to the men; on the widow's walk on the roof a man and a woman stand: the man waves a handkerchief to the twin-stack riverboat. The riverboat, "Stonewall Jackson" is travelling at speed: the near-side paddle creates a substantial wake, the flags fly in the stiff breeze and the smoke from the stacks steams backwards: passengers line the rails attracted by the human drama they are passing. The overall impression is of a crisis that is being survived and dealt with by man's ingenuity, whilst life continues. Conningham 2819; Gale 3057.

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        THE TENNESSEE HANdBOOK AND IMMIGRANT'S GUIDE Giving a description of the state of Tennessee, its agricultural and mineralogical character, railroads, etc.

      Philadelphia, (PA): J.B. Lipincott & Co., 1868. First edition. 12mo. (4), 164 pp. Folding map. On the front endpaper inscribed, "To the President of the United States with the respects and kind regards of the author." With an 1867 copyright and close ties to his fellow Tennessean and Union supporter Andrew Johnson, it seems likely he was the intended recipient; U.S. Grant was elected in late 1868, but didn't assume office until March, 1869. Sabin 6177. Clark New South I, 26: "An official, accurate, and valuable survey if the state." Allen More Tennessee Rarities 73: "Although the NUC locates twenty libraries with copies of this book, it is quite scarce today." Very good. Original purple cloth (a little old staining to front board, spine faded), gilt spine title. (#6189)

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        Fables De La Fontaine

      Paris: Garnier Freres, Libraires-Editeurs, 1868. Hardcover. Intermittent foxing, predominately in the first 50 leaves, edge wear and corners worn, otherwise very good. Royal octavo; pp; xxxii, 667 with index; Frontispiece plus over two hundred seventy woodcut illustrations by Grandville; Full leather, decorated with a gilt rule border and spine decorations, at center is an oval inset of a rooster in copper with an opal set in at the bottom right, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt; The binding has been professionally rebacked, but many years ago;. This volume is from the home of President Theodore Roosevelt and later resided in Alice Roosevelt's home in Washington DC. It bears the bookplate of Edith Kermit Roosevelt, TR's second wife. There is a note in Edith's hand on a preliminary stating that the book was "Bound by Mrs. Flour", a second line reads, "Alice should have this". This was acquired through Alice Roosevelt's decendants in 2010. A beautifully bound edition of a classic book of fables with extraordinary provenance.

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        Collection of novels and short stories.

      London: Blackwood; Chatto & Windus; Longmans, Green, and Co; Ward, Lock, and Co,, 1868?-c.1900. 41 volumes, octavo (178 x 116 mm). Contemporary dark brown half morocco by Pearse of Warrington, spines with titles gilt direct, raised bands ruled in gilt, red pebble-grain cloth sides, all edges and endpapers marbled. Armorial bookplate to each front pastedown. Spines faintly faded, occasional light fading and scuffing to boards. An excellent set with bright contents. Handsome collection of early editions novels and collected short stories. A handsome nonce collection of the author's novels and short stories, which includes the scarce first edition of Linda Tressel, published in two volumes by Blackwood in 1868. The remainder sheets were bound in a single volume retaining the two original title pages and issued in 1869 or 1870. The complete Parliamentary series and the first three instalments of the Chronicles of Barsetshire are among the thirty-eight novels in this attractive library set; they are accompanied by four collections of short stories. The forty-one titles are: The Macdermots of Ballycloran. The Kellys and the O'Kellys. La Vendée. The Warden. Barchester Towers. Doctor Thorne. The Bertrams. Castle Richmond. Tales of All Countries (short stories). Orley Farm. Rachel Ray. Miss Mackenzie. Can you Forgive Her? The Belton Estate. Lotta Schmidt (short stories). He Knew He Was Right. Phineas Finn. An Editor's Tales (short stories). The Vicar of Bullhampton. Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite. Ralph the Heir. The Golden Lion of Granpère. Phineas Redux. The Eustache Diamonds. Lady Anna. Harry Heathcote of Gangoil. The Way We Live Now. The Prime Minister. The American Senator. Is He Popenjoy? John Caldigate. An Eye for an Eye. Cousin Henry. The Duke's Children. Ayala's Angel. Dr. Wortle's School. Frau Frohmann (short stories). Kept in the Dark. Marion Fay. Mr. Scarborough's Family. The Land-Leaguers.

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        \" Naturwissenschaftliche Reise nach Mossambique auf Befehl seiner Majestät des Königs Friedrich Wilhelm IV - Vögel \"

      Verlag Georg Reimer Berlin Erscheinungsjahr 1868 Format 4 ° ( Kleinfolio ) die 15 losen Tafeln ( 34 x 26 cm , vollständig , jedoch ohne den Text ) zu oben genannten Titel in schönem alten Colorit ,10 der 15 Tafeln sind fast makellos,die anderen etwas fleckig , jedoch sind bei keiner die colorierten Abbildungen betroffen , Peters entdeckte selbst auf seiner Reise einige Vogelarten und eine der abgebildeten Papageienarten ist bereits ausgestorben und die Rettung von \" Falco zoniventris \" beschäftigte erst kürzlich die Medien = ingesamt schön erhaltene Tafeln die zumeist auf dem Graphikmarkt einzeln angeboten werden = = Bei Interesse ist die Zusendung von Abbildungen der Grahiken als normale Zipdatei auf Anfrage ( nicht 7zip) möglich. Diese müßte problemlos \" auszupacken \" sein! = Versand D: 5,00 EUR Zoologie

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        Les citrons de Javotte. Scene de carnaval, en vers. Reimpression textuelle de l'edition unique Amsterdam, 1756; augmentee d'une notice bibliographique par M. P(aul) L(acroix).

      Genève, J. Gay et fils, 1868. - circa 16 x 10 cm. 2 ff., 24 pp., two titles, one with illustration, one with printer's device Contemporary full vellum, gilt and with gilt upper fore-edge Vicaire II, 616. Bibliophile reprint with bibliographical additions, according to Lacroix the author could be L'Ecluse. - This is number 1 printed on vellum of only 100 copies printed (only 2 on vellum). - Only minor spots, binding slightly dusty, else fine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Großes mechanisches Automaten-, Metamorphosen- und Welttheater verbunden mit den weltberühmten Geister- und Gespenster-Erscheinungen. (Unterzeichner:) Ig. Scheibel, Mechaniker aus Ladenburg.

      Ulm, gedruckt bei Jakob Nübling (1868).. Plakat auf gelbem Papier. Mit kl. Holzschnitt. Blattgr.: 62 x 39,5 cm. Ignaz Scheibel, über den ich leider nichts weiter in Erfahrung bringen konnte, annonciert u. a. "Mechanische Ballets, Metamorphosen und Automaten", mechanische Figuren die sich lebensecht bewegen und verschiedene historische Szenen aufführen. Auch die "Sphinx, der lebende sprechende Kopf" wird geboten und ein auch noch heute zum Standardrepertoire gehörender Trick: "Der Wunder-Korb. Dieser Korb wird auf einen freistehenden Tisch gestellt - dann wird eine Dame hineingelegt, welche mit einem Degen durchstochen wird, hernach wird derselbe vor dem Publikum auf dem Theater geöffnet und ist in dem Wunderkorbe nichts mehr zu finden, als die Kleidungsstücke der Dame"! - Am oberen Rand handschriftl. eingefügt: München, Jakobidult 1868.

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        The Brigands of the Morea. A narrative of the captivity of Mr. S. Soteropoulos, chiefly translated from the Greek, by the Rev. J.O. Bagdon.

      London: Saunders Otley and Co 1868 - FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (18.5 x 12 cm.). 2 vols in one. pp.xiv+[i]+294; [iv]+326. original gilt decorated blue cloth, a.e.g. Minor repairs to head of spine and corners. A very good copy. Lithographed portrait frontispiece. Navari erroneously calls for a frontis. to vol.2. (Blackmer, 1577) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Aus dem Gebiet der modernen Salon - Magie, Physik und Illusion.

      (München, 1868).Plakat auf gelbem Papier. Mit drei Holzschnitten (je ca. 18 x 30 cm). Blattgr. 86 x 59 cm. Ankündigung einer Aufführung des Zauberers Chevalier Agoston (1826 - 1897), als Gustav Böhm im ungarischen Oedenburg (heute Sopron) geboren, der in den 1860er Jahren große Erfolge mit seinem Zaubertheater feierte. - Unter den herausragenden Programmpunkten: Der Wunder - oder Metamorphosen - Schrank; Der Teufel als Bundesgenosse Agoston`s; Belebte Blumen oder Cupido`s Treue; Geister - und Gespenster - Erscheinungen. Zum Schluss der Vorstellung: "Vorzeigung der Wunderfontaine Kalospinthechromokrene mit der Krystallgrotte der Wassernixen und Najaden". - Die schönen Holzschnitte zeigen den Zauberer bei der Vorführung, der unterste die Kristallgrotte mit einer Nymphe. Bitte um Beachtung: Wir sind bis einschließlich 14.01.2016 im Urlaub, der Versand Ihrer Bestellung erfolgt am 15.01. - Please note: Until Jan. 14th we are on holidays, ordered items will be mailed at Jan. 15th. Bücher de

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        Hand Atlas über alle Theile der Erde und über das Weltgebäude. Erste Ausgabe 1817 - Jubel Ausgabe 1867.

      Gotha, Perthes, 1868. 38,5 x 47 cm. 1 Bl. Mit gestoch. Titel und 88 (statt 83) grenzkolor. bzw. farblithogr. Karten. OHLdr. Espenhorst, PP, (b) und Espenhorst, AS, S. 76. - \"Jubiläumsauflage (50 Jahre seit Beginn), neun Karten in mehrfarbigem Steindruck\" (Espenhorst, AS). \"This edition continued to be produced until 1874, and is therefore of special interest to collectors because of the many changes in political boundaries that occurred after 1866 as a result of the unification of Italy and Germany. ... All of these changes were quickly incorporated into the STIELER\" (Espenhorst, PP, S. 250 und 251). - Es sind 3 Karten mit 4 Blatt Text zusätzlich eingebunden \"Die politische Neu-Gestaltung von Nord-Deutschland im Jahre 1866\". Desweiteren ist zusätzlich eingebunden \"Deutschland. Übersicht der Staaten des Deutschen Bundes\" und eine zweite Version der Karte \"Nord-Östliches Deutschland\". - Der Einband beschabt und bestoßen, der Rücken leicht lädiert. Das weiße Blatt vorne mit Fehlstelle, teils leicht stockfleckig. - Erweitertes Exemplar der Jubiläumsausgabe. Selten. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Geographie, Atlanten

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      1868 1267 - Paris, Michel Levy, 1868-1870, , 7 volumes in-8, demi-chagrin cerise, dos à faux nerfs (un volume en demi-veau) ornés de cartouches en pied, La première et la plus estimée des éditions collectives de Baudelaire: elle comprend, en édition originale, une partie des Fleurs du mal, les Curiosités esthétiques (hormis les deux Salons), l'Art romantique (hormis les notices sur Théophile Gautier et Richard Wagner et Tannhause) et les Petits poèmes en prose. Avec la traduction des œuvres de Poe (tomes 5 à 7). Les Fleurs du mal sont bien à la date de 1868, et non 1869 comme pour certains exemplaires. Édition sur papier ordinaire. Carteret, I, 129. Vicaire, I, 349-350. I. Les fleurs du mal. 1868. [4]-411 pages, portrait-frontispice de Baudelaire par Nargeot. II. Curiosités esthétiques. 1868. [4]-440 pages. III. L'art romantique.1868. [4]-442 pages. IV. Petits poèmes en prose. Les paradis artificiels. [4]-471 pages. V. Edgar Poe, Histoires extraordinaires. 1869. [4]-523-[1] pages. Ex-libris gaufré au titre et au dernier feuillet: S.I.A. (Titre un peu court de marge.) VI. Edgar Poe, Nouvelles histoires extraordinaires. 1869. Ex-libris gaufré au titre et au dernier feuillet: S.I.A. VII. Edgar Poe, Aventures d'Arthur Gordon Pym. Eurêka. 1870. [4]-517-[2] pages. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire généalogique et chronologique de la maison royale de France, des pairs, grands officiers de la couronne, et de la maison du roy, et des anciens baron du royaume; avec les qualitez, l'origine et le progrès et les armes de leurs familles; ensemble les statuts et le catalogue des chevaliers, commandeurs et officiers de l'ordre du Saint-Esprit. Le tout dressé sur titres originaux, sur les registres des chartes du roy, du parlement, de la chambre des comptes et du Châtelet de Parus, cartulaires, manuscrits de la bibliothèque du roy et d'autres cabinets curieux. Par le P. Anselme, augustin déchaussé; continuée par M. du Fourny; revue corrigée et augmentée par les soins du P. Ange et du P. Simplicien, augustins déchaussez. Quatrième édition, corrigée, annotée et complétée par M. Paul Potier de Courcy

      Paris: Firmin-Didot frères, fils et Cie, 1868-1879-1890. 6 volumes in-folio, demi maroquin havane à coins, têtes dorées, couvertures conservées, [2] ff., 272 pp., [273 à]544 pp., [545 à]850 pp., [3] ff., 392 pp., [393 à]752 pp., [753 à]1111 pp., écus armoriés dans le texte.. Quatrième édition du Père Anselme qui devait reprendre et augmenter la précédente (1726 en 9 volumes in-f°). Cette édition, dont il était prévu de faire 30 livraisons, est restée inachevée et seuls les T. IV et IX sont parus. Notre exemplaire est constitué du tome IV (dont les livraisons sont parues en 1868, 1869 et 1870) et du tome IX, 2e partie, paru en 1879. Le T. IV contient la suite des ducs et pairs. Le t. IX, 2e partie, contient la suite des généalogies du P. Anselme, et les généalogies des pairs, grands officiers et chevaliers du Saint-Esprit nommés de 1733 à 1790. Les dernières pages de ce volume (pp. 1089 à 1111) sont formées par un fascicule d'additions et de corrections paru en 1890. La reliure respecte la division et l'ordre de parution des livraisons mais ne possède pas la première partie du T. IX qui est parue plus tard, de 1884 à 1890. Saffroy, 10302c. Bel exemplaire, légères usures aux coins. . (Catégories : Généalogie Héraldique Noblesse )

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        The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication.

      London: John Murray,, 1868. In two volumes. With illustrations. 2 volumes, demy octavo. Original green cloth, blind-panelled covers, titles to spines gilt, dark green-coated endpapers, pages partially unopened. 43 woodcuts to the text. 32 pages of publisher's advertisements dated April 1867 to rear of vol. I; 1 page dated February 1868 to vol. II. Bookplates to front pastedowns, bookseller's ticket to rear pastedown of Vol. I, contemporary gift inscriptions to first blanks. Tips very slightly worn and lightly bumped, light spotting to edges of text block, Vol. II front hinge starting, but text block tight, occasional spotting to contents; an excellent set in bright cloth. First edition, first issue, one of 1,500 copies printed; scarce in the original cloth. The term "survival of the fittest" (borrowed at Wallace's insistence from Herbert Spencer's 1866 Principles of Biology) was first used by Darwin in the first edition of this work, preceding its first use in the fifth edition of the Origin of Species (1869). Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication was a full statement of the facts on which the theories of the Origin of Species were based, though leaving aside an account of human evolution for The Descent of Man (1871).

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        The Peaks and Valleys of the Alps.

      London Sampson Low Son and Marston 1868 - Folio (55,9 x 36 cm). Additional tinted lithographed title, 21 plates chromolithographed by J.H. Lowes after Walton, each mounted as issued with printed caption in margin, tissue guards, one leaf of text loose, additional title with small repair at blank fore-margin and browning. Contemporary half morocco gilt, titled in gilt on upper cover, lightly soiled, a very good copy. A fine series of chromolithographed views of, primarily, the Western Alps, including the Matterhorn, Mont Blanc, Monte Viso, Aosta Valley, Dent Du Midi, and The Grivola. In 1862 William Matthews, the founder of the Alpine Club, first commissioned the landscape artist Elijah Walton to travel to the Alps, and for the next five years he journeyed to various parts of the region to paint. The text for Peaks and Valleys is by the geologist T.G. Bonney who, having himself made nine visits to the Alps, testifies to the Ruskinian authenticity of Walton's views, praising them favourably to "photographs of mountains [which] are rarely satisfactory, and generally make them appear lower and far less impressive than they really are." (Introduction). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Manuscript, unsigned, fair copy, of his poem "Old Grimes"

      N.p. [Providence, RI?], 1868. 3 pages on a single bifolium, in ink. 4to. Fine. With light pencilled comment at top "A.G. Greene of Providence". 3 pages on a single bifolium, in ink. 4to. "Old Grimes" - A Manuscript. Written anonymously by a 20-year-old Brown University student, A.G. Greene (1802-1868), and first published in a student newspaper in 1823, "Old Grimes" quickly became part of the popular folklore of the nation, and, when set to music, one of the country's most familiar songs. Greene's poem was not published in book form until 1867, with illustrations by Augustus Hoppins. By then, Greene had acknowledged his authorship of the entire poem, with the exception of the first stanza -- which was know to him as a familiar refrain or nursery rhyme, and which he used as a lead-in to the rest of the poem. The first stanza reads: "Old Grimes is dead; that good old man; "We never shall see more "He used to wear a long black coat "All buttoned down before." A rare piece of American popular culture, indeed. John L. Harrison, "The Author of Old Grimes", in THE SCRAPBOOK, Vol. 3, pp. 605-607

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        Secrets magiques pour l`amour, octante et trois charmes, Conjurations, Sortiléges et Talismans. Publiés d`après les manuscrits de Paulmy par un bibliomane.

       Paris, Académie des bibliophiles (Alcan-Lévy) 1868. 12°. 3 ll., 102 pp., 3 ll. Mit Titelvign., 1 Taf., Vignetten, Diagrammen u. Druckermarke. Tit. in Rot u. Schwarz. Ln. Mit goldgepr. Rückentit. Stempel u. Sign. am Tit.Edition originale - Eines von 413 num. Exemplaren hrsg. v. Paul Lacroix (1806-1884 ) in Zusamenarbeit mit Jules, Cousin (1830-1899 ). die beide bedeutende Büchersammler und Bibliothekare waren. Ed. P. Lacroix avec la collaboration de J. Cousin. (vgl. BnF) Versand D: 4,00 EUR Grenzwissenschaften, Philosophie, Kulturgeschichte

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        Wandgemälde der vom Vesuv vershütteten Städte Campaniens beschrieben von Wolfgang Helbig. Nebst einer Abhandlung über die antiken Wandmalereien in technischer Beziehung von Otto Donner. Mit 3 eingefügten Tafeln und einem Atlas von 23 Tafeln.

      - Leipzig, Breitkopf und Härtel, 1868. 8vo + Atlas in folio. XVIII,+ CXXVII,+ (5),+ 500 pp.+ 3 lith. plates, of which two are double page; (2) pp.+ 23 lith. plates, of which two are double page. The text volume in dark brown half calf from late 19th-century, blindstamped spine with raised bands and marbled boards, and the Atlas in publ. printed paper boards with cloth spine. Two volumes. Fine copy. From the library of De Geer at Leufsta. Garcia 6677. Furchheim p. 45. First edition of this, according to Garcia, fundamental work on the cataloging of wall paintings in Pompeii, Herculaneum and Stabia. The catalogue covers all at the time known paintings. Wolfgang Helbig (1839-1915) from Dresden was a classical archaeologist, who lived and worked mainly in Rome as a private scholar, however member of the German Archaeological Institute since 1862. He is remembered mainly for his extensive scientific studies concerning the wall paintings of Pompeii, on which his main works are this book and ?Untersuchungen über die Campanische Wandmalerei? He wrote a very popular handbook for the ancient art in Rome, ?Führer durch die öffentlichen Sammlungen klassischer Altertümer in Rom? He also acted as an art dealer, and bought numerous works of art for the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Juin 1141 - Nogent-le-Rotrou, Beaune, Courville, Villebon, Juin-Août 1868, , in-8 oblong, 34 dessins à la mine de plomb, demi-chagrin havane, Album de dessins réalisé dans un carnet oblong relié, destiné à cet usage, avec le mot "Album" en lettres dorées frappé sur le plat supérieur. Il contient 33 dessins, la plupart humoristiques, relatant le quotidien d'une famille de Nogent-le-Rotrou, les Hommey. Il ouvre sur le portrait caricatural de Charles Hommey, figure plusieurs membres de la famille, dont le chien Pacha, quelques scènes et vues bucoliques – le jardin de Madame Louis Hommey, les concerts du dimanche soir à Nogent, la foire de Nogent, etc – ; l'ensemble est dépeint par un regard amusé et bienveillant sur la petite société de cette ville du Perche, ses paysans portant leurs costumes et coiffes traditionnels et ses évènements locaux, gentiment raillés par le dessinateur qui évoque plusieurs fois la gazette locale, le Nogentais. Évocation d'un voyage effectué en août de Courville à Villebon, où les familles H[ommey] et G, sagement alignées comme des canetons, sont accueillies par un pied de nez d'Henri IV. Un dernier dessin, d'une main différente, est signé E.H. : il représente une rue de Nogent-le-Rotrou, avec au premier plan une maison à échauguettes, et au fond le château Saint-Jean. L'auteur de ces dessins pourrait être un M. G. (Giot? Gion?), proche ou affilié aux Hommey, et dont la signature apparait en regard du dessin n° 15, à la suite d'une pseudo-lettre adressée au rédacteur du Nogentais : "Je soussigné, témoin oculaire, certifie avoir mangé des poissons de Mr G. C. et les avoir trouvé excellents. Je certifie en outre que Mr G. C. n'avait rien dans les manches ni dans les poches. A. G." Le dessin en regard représente 5 hommes dans une barque sur un lac, dont l'un se tenant à l'avant manie une grande poêle à frire d'où jaillissent des petits poissons qui s'en vont directement dans la bouche des autres occupants. La légende indique "Friture miraculeuse. (Voir le Nogentais du 2 août 1868)". Carnet qui est de la même main que le dessinateur d'un "Album" réalisé à Alexandrie en juin-juillet 1857 et qui figure les mêmes personnes (voir notre référence 65165). La famille Hommey est établie dans l'Orne et le Perche. Plusieurs de ses membres ont fait partie de la Société historique et archéologique de l'Orne fondée en 1882 : Joseph, docteur à Sée, Charles, notaire à Alençon, des banquiers dans la même ville (Achille et Léon) et, toujours à Alençon, un prêtre. Bel album aux dessins charmants, émouvant témoignage d'une famille bourgeoise du Second Empire. Feuillets déréglés, retenus entre eux par des bandes adhésives. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CHARCOT (Jean-Martin)

      1868 1294 - Paris, A. Delahaye, 1868, in-8, 257-[16] pages, 3 planches lithographiées en couleurs, percaline bordeaux de l'éditeur, Seconde édition, la première ayant paru en fascicules au cours de l'année 1867. Le texte de ces leçons avait été recueilli par Benjamin Ball pendant les cours de gérontologie dont la chaire fut créée pour Charcot à la Salpêtrière en 1866. Caractères généraux de la pathologie sénile, de l'état fébrile chez les vieillards, goutte, rhumatisme et rhumatisme chronique. In fine : catalogue de l'éditeur, incomplet (16 pages sur 40). Waller, n° 1909. Hirsch I, p. 886. Garrison & Morton, n° 2222. Rousseurs habituelles. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      1868 - TENNYSON, Alfred. Enid. London: Edward Moxon, 1868. Large folio (12-1/2 by 16-1/2 inches), original full red morocco rebacked with original spine laid down, raised bands, inlaid blue morocco title piece within ornamental gilt cover border, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. $2500.First Doré-illustrated edition of Tennyson’s Enid (one of the stories in his poetic treatment of Arthurian legend, Idylls of the King), with nine rich, large folio steel engravings by Doré, beautifully bound in original full gilt-decorated red morocco."One of the finest lyrists of the English tongue" (Kunitz & Haycraft, 612), Tennyson reawakened the general reading public's interest in Arthurian legend with his Idylls of the King. The first four of the cycle's eventual 12 poems were published in 1859. Tennyson's retelling of the old tales placed them "on a new plateau of respect and significance for writers and artists" (Lacy, 446). "No other foreign illustrator and few native ones of the period so completely captured the English fancy [as Doré]… Tennyson and his publisher Moxon greatly favored Doré as an illustrator" (Muir, Victorian Illustrated Books, 227, 244). Moxon was, in fact, "the only publisher ever to commission steel engravings from Doré. Moxon's total cost for these editions must have been staggering… [He] would publish a series of individual stories from Idylls of the King and then combine them. [He] would offer each story in three formats: a regular folio book edition containing steel engravings [as here], a portfolio of photogravures of the original art, and a set of India Proofs, each proof signed by Doré, Tennyson and the engraver… The steel engravings give much more of a speckled look to the scenes, different from the grainy look of Doré's usual wood engravings. It produces a dreamy, mystical, serene [feeling] that is quite different for Doré" (Malan, 97). With nine wonderful full-page steel engravings. Malan, 303. Gift inscription.Scattered light foxing, top edges of last few leaves lightly rubbed. Board edges expertly restored. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Bordeaux Et Ses Vins Classés Par Ordre De Mérite Deuxième Édition, Entièrement Refondue Par Édouard Féret.

      Paris and Bordeaux V. Masson & Fils and Féret & Fils Septembre 1868 - Second Edition TEXT IN FRENCH Small 8vo. hardback, half-bound in contemporary quarter roan, gilt, with red buckram-bound boards. 471pp., illustrated with 72 of 73 wood-engraved views of the chateaux (one detached and one lacking). With half-title. Neat repair to corner of last page. One plate has a small closed tear. Occasional light foxing. A few of the plates have pencil or ink numerals in the corners. Covers quite rubbed, endpapers at inner hinges splitting, occasional foxing. Overall a Good Copy. (Shelf 4) ** To see a scan of this book please visit our Home page ** The shop is open 7 days a week. Over 20,000 books in stock - come and browse. PayPal, credit and (UK) debit cards welcome. Books posted worldwide. For any queries please contact us direct. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Aus dem Gebiet der modernen Salon-Magie, Physik und Illusion.

      (München, 1868).. Plakat auf gelbem Papier. Mit drei Holzschnitten (je ca. 18 x 30 cm). Blattgr. 86 x 59 cm. Ankündigung einer Aufführung des Zauberers Chevalier Agoston (1826-1897), als Gustav Böhm im ungarischen Oedenburg (heute Sopron) geboren, der in den 1860er Jahren große Erfolge mit seinem Zaubertheater feierte. - Unter den herausragenden Programmpunkten: Der Wunder- oder Metamorphosen-Schrank; Der Teufel als Bundesgenosse Agoston`s; Belebte Blumen oder Cupido`s Treue; Geister- und Gespenster-Erscheinungen. Zum Schluss der Vorstellung: "Vorzeigung der Wunderfontaine Kalospinthechromokrene mit der Krystallgrotte der Wassernixen und Najaden". - Die schönen Holzschnitte zeigen den Zauberer bei der Vorführung, der unterste die Kristallgrotte mit einer Nymphe.

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        CORA O'KANE; or, The Doom of the Rebel Guard. A Story of the Great Rebellion. Containing Incidents of the Campaign in Missouri under Generals Fremont and Sigel, and the Thrilling Exploits of the Unionists under Major Zagonyi

      Published by an Association of Disabled Soldiers, [Claremont, N. H.] 1868 - [2 (blank)], 84, [2 (blank)] pp. 8vo. 8-7/8" x 5-5/8" "A highly partisan pro-Union account of the 'doom' of the Rebel guard in Missouri." [Menendez]. Textblock roll. Wear & soiling to wrappers, with front wrapper beginning to detach along bottom half of front joint. Some foxing & staining to paper. An About VG copy. Original publisher's green printed paper wrappers 1st edition (Menendez 1012; Wright II, 2770). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Poetical Sketches

      London: Basil Montagu Pickering,, 1868. Now first reprinted from the original edition of 1783. Edited and Prefaced by Richard Herne Shepherd. Octavo (170 x 103 mm). Somewhat later 19th-century red full streaked morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, spine gilt in compartments with titles direct, sides panelled in gilt and blind, gilt-tooled turn-ins, all edges gilt. Advertisements page and half title. Extremities slightly rubbed, endpapers offset from turn-ins, excellent condition. First edition thus, recovering the text of the original 1783 edition and edited by R. H. Shepherd, one of 500 copies printed. This edition turns up in drab boards, but is much more unusual in an early fine binding, as here exquisitely bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe.

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        Je ein eigenh. Brief m. Unterschrift.

      Ohne Ort bzw. Paris, o. J. (1868) bzw. 8. II. 1868. 1 S., Gr.-8° bzw. 2 S., Gr.-8°. Über Mislins Werk „Les saints lieux“. - Der Empfänger der auf Französisch abgefassten Briefe ist Jacques (Jacob) Mislin (1807-1878). Der aus ärmlichen Verhältnissen stammende Mislin konnte dank seines Onkels an der berühmten Lehranstalt von Porrentruy im Schweizer Kanton Bern studieren, wo er nicht viel später auch selbst unterrichten sollte. Der 1830 zum Priester geweihte kath. Theologe wurde 1836 auf Vermittlung des Grafen von Bombelle an den Wiener Hof berufen, wo er einer der Lehrer der Söhne von Erzherzog Franz Karl und Erzherzogin Sophie wurde und damit sowohl den zukünftigen Kaiser Franz Joseph wie auch Erzherzog Ferdinand Maximilian (später Kaiser Max von Mexiko) unterrichtete (u.a. auch in Erdkunde). Vor der Revolution von 1848 unternahm Mislin eine Pilgerreise von Wien über Budapest und Konstantinopel nach Jersusalem. Der danach erschienene Reisebericht wurde in mehrere Sprachen übersetzt und mehrfach nachgedruckt. In den folgenden Jahren leitete er die Bibliothek am Hof der Herzogin von Parma, Erzherzogin Marie Louise, wurde zum Abt von St. Maria von Deg (Ungarn), geheimer Kämmerer u. Hausprälat Papst Pius\' XI., Apostolischer Pronotar, Kanoniker der Kathedrale von Großwardein, Träger zahlr. Orden (u.a. von Spanien, Parma u. des Ritterordens vom Heiligen Grab zu Jerusalem) sowie Mitglied zahlr. Akademien. Der Verfasser zahlr. Publikationen und Vertraute des belgischen Königs und des Grafen von Chambord blieb nach der Rückkehr von seiner Pilgerreise in Wien, wo er weiterhin in persönlichem Kontakt mit dem Kaiserhaus stand. - In einem numerierten, von Mislin eigenh. beschrifteten Papierumschlag. - Der Brief des Alexandre d. Ä. mit Knickspuren u. kl. Randeinrissen. - Beiliegend drei Entwürfe von Antwortschreiben u. ein Zettel mit Notizen Mislins (zus. 8 S.). - Versand D: 12,00 EUR Dumas d. Ä., d. J., pere, fils, Alexandre, Mislin, Brief, Letter, Lettre, Briefe, Autograph, Autographe, Autographen, Autograf, Autografe, Autografen, Signatur, Signiert, Signed, Signature, Unterschrift, Eigenhändig, Handschrift, Handschriften, Manuscript, Manuscrit, ALS, A.L.S., LAS, L.A.S.

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