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        Prince Dhejlbon Flluptz of Nygoming Africa familiarly called Sambo

      H.M.S. Coromandel. Ink drawing measuring measuring approx. 205 by 130mm. Bombay, 1 May

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        [PROZDOR] ELEMENTARY EXERCISES IN HEBREW GRAMMAR

      New York : S. Hecht [Simon]. 1869. Paperback. 1st Edition. Later Wrappers. 8vo. 44 pages; 19 cm. In English and Hebrew. Singerman 2133. Goldman, 276. The first of many works published by Simon Hecht in America. “Hecht was a ‘bookseller & stationer' in New York in 1869 and he served as a reader in Evansville, IN, the 1870s. He authored a number of works for children, some of which were republished many times. They were published…between 1868 and 1896.” (Goldman) . The translations and instructions in this Hebrew grammar are in English and in German. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (Yale, UPenn, AJHSNY) . Some faint water damage and wear, but overall very bright and clear. About very good condition. (AMR-49-44A) .

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        The Subjection of Women

      Longmans, Green, Reader and Dyer, London 1869 - First edition. [iv], 188 pp. 8vo. 'a principle of perfect equality' : Presentation Copy. Presentation copy of John Stuart Mill's important late work, inscribed on the half-title "From the Author" in a secretarial hand. Mill's "arguments for freedom of every kind of thought or speech have never been improved on" (PMM).When Mill (1806-1873) stood for Parliament in March 1865, he made women's suffrage one of the public objectives of his campaign; his advocacy of universal suffrage was in part shaped by his late wife, Harriet Taylor Mill (1807-1858).Mill writes that "the principle which regulates the existing social relations between the two sexes - the legal subordination of one sex to the other - is wrong in itself, and now one of the chief hindrances to human improvement; and that it ought to be replaced by a principle of perfect equality ?"A cornerstone of the nineteenth century literature of feminism. Modern tan polished calf, a.e.g. Fine (old pencil notes on a binder's blank at end) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Pacific Coast Coast Pilot of Alaska First Part and Coast Pilot of California Oregon and Washington Territory

      First editions. 2 vols. Eight lithograph plates & numerous coastal profiles. 4to. Original brown cloth, upper boards & spines gilt. 251; 252pp. Washington, United States Coast Survey,

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        An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations.

      Oxford: The Clarendon Press,, 1869. Edited by James E. Thorold Rogers. 2 volumes, octavo (218 x 140 mm). 20th-century polished half calf, marbled paper boards, spines lettered in gilt, compartments and raised bands decorated in gilt, red and brown morocco labels, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. With the two bound yellow bookmarks. Engraved frontispiece to volume I with tissue guard. Inscription to front blank of both volumes, binder's marks to front free endpaper verso, bookmarks detached from headband, laid-in. Light wear and rubbing to extremities, corners a little bumped, yellow mark to fore edge of volume I, a few marginal annotations and spots throughout, scuff mark to p. 286 of volume I, a very good set. First Rogers edition, based on the fourth edition published in 1786, of "the first and greatest classic of modern economic thought" (PMM). Rogers argued in his Preface that "Smith should be regarded as a mainly inductive, historical thinker... [Rogers] also set down a new charter for editorial work: 'I am, however, disposed to think that the editor of a great work, like that of the "Wealth of Nations," should submit to the functions of a clerk, rather than assume those of a partner, however deferential his language may be towards the author which whom he associates his name'" (Tribe p. 265). This copy is handsomely bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. The Wealth of Nations was first published in 1776.

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        Two Autograph Letters, signed ("Dean Sage"), to his prospective sister-in-law, "My dear Jennie," 8 December 1868, and to his brother Will, 4 March 1869

      Albany 1869 - 2 pp. on ruled paper; 3 pp. on letterhead of H.W. Sage & Co. Wholesale Lumber Merchants Albany, N.Y. 8vo. Two intimate letters from Dean Sage, member of the prominent Albany firm of lumber merchants founded by his father H.W. Sage. The first is to his prospective sister-in-law Jennie (Jane, née Curtin, 1847-1893), after learning of her engagement to his brother Will. He welcomes her to the family, and writes "I think I have never longed so much to meet a person I have never seen." The second letter is to his brother Will, (William Henry Sage, 1844-1924), recalling their great love for each other from boyhood to the present "in spite of our frequent quarrels."Dean Sage (1841-1902) is remembered as author of a great late-nineteenth century sporting book, The Ristigouche and Its Salmon Fishing (1888), and as one of the great American angling collectors. First letter fine; second letter with a few blotted words, small paper flaws along one fold, very good 2 pp. on ruled paper; 3 pp. on letterhead of H.W. Sage & Co. Wholesale Lumber Merchants Albany, N.Y. 8vo

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        An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. Edited by James E. Thorold Rogers.

      Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1869 - 2 volumes, octavo (218 x 140 mm). 20th-century polished half calf, marbled paper boards, spines lettered in gilt, compartments and raised bands decorated in gilt, red and brown morocco labels, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. With the two bound yellow bookmarks. Light wear and rubbing to extremities, corners a little bumped, yellow mark to fore edge of volume I, a few marginal annotations and spots throughout, scuff mark to p. 286 of volume I, a very good set. Engraved frontispiece to volume I with tissue guard. Inscription to front blank of both volumes, binder's marks to front free endpaper verso, bookmarks detached from headband, laid-in. First Rogers edition, based on the fourth edition published in 1786, of "the first and greatest classic of modern economic thought" (PMM). Rogers argued in his Preface that "Smith should be regarded as a mainly inductive, historical thinker. [Rogers] also set down a new charter for editorial work: 'I am, however, disposed to think that the editor of a great work, like that of the "Wealth of Nations," should submit to the functions of a clerk, rather than assume those of a partner, however deferential his language may be towards the author which whom he associates his name'" (Tribe p. 265). This copy is handsomely bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. The Wealth of Nations was first published in 1776. Tribe 187. See Printing and the Mind of Man 221. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Les Métamorphoses du Jour. Accompagnées d'un texte par MM. Albéric Second, Louis Lurine, Clément Caraguel, Taxile Delord, H. de Beaulieu, Louis Huart, Charles Monselet, Julien Lemer. Précédées d'une notice sur Grandville par M. Charles Blanc. Nouvelle édition revue et complétée pour le texte par M. Jules Janin, augmentée de nombreux culs-de-lampe, têtes de pages, etc.

      Paris, Garnier Frères, M DCCCLXIX, 1869, - in-4°, frontispice en couleur + faux-titre et titre en rouge et en noir avec vignette gravée + LXIII (63) (+1 blanche) + 480 p. (15 ff. avec tache d?eau dans la marge supérieur sans gravité, ne touchant ni le texte ni les gravures), ouvrage orné de 70 planches gravées en couleurs légendées et protégées par les serpentes d?origine (71 y compris le frontispice) ainsi que de nombreuses vignettes dans le texte, belle typographie, grand de marges, avec signet, tranches dorées, solide reliure en demi-chagrin, dos à caissons dorés, charnières frottées, début de fente en bas de la charnière devant, bords et coins frottés Réimpression de l'édition Havard de 1854, qui ne reprenait que 65 des 71 planches de l'édition Bulla, l'édition originale de 1829, qui valut un très grand succès et apporta la célébrité à Grandville. ?S'il faut le croire, c'est un regard de singe malin que Grandville porte sur ses contemporains dans les Métamorphoses du Jour? (Renonciat)Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Brivois p. 179; Vicaire V/783; Sander 311; Annie Renonciat, «J.J. Grandville», p. 48.

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        Thorwaldsen and His Works (4 Vols )

      New York: John G. Unnevehr, 1869. First edition. Leather Bound. Very Good. First Edition. c.1869. Complete in Four Volumes. Folio. Early half brown morocco gilt, marbled endpapers. Vol. I: 50 pp., 79 single-sided plates. Vol. II: 62pp., plates 80 - 158. Vol. III: 49pp. and listing of plates 1-108. Vol. IV: 55pp, plates 109-205. Very Good. Light scuffing. A very handsome set. Heavy item, may require extra postage.

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        Le soldat sait mourir! Le peuple sait payer! A qui le profit?

      first edition.A precious autograph signed by Louis Mie: "To Victor Hugo, to our exile, his humble but devoted friend".Two gaps on the boards, slight scrapes and a mark of ink at the head of the first board. Imprimerie Charles Rastouil Périgueux 1869 12x15cm broché

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        Barnaby Rudge. A Tale of the Riots of 'Eighty.

      London, Chapman And Hall. 1869 - 13 cm x 18.5 cm. 380 Pages. With a Frontpiece by H.K Browne, And Four Illustrations By E. Finden, After Drawings by J. Absoton & Florbeaux. Original Hardcover, half leather with gilt lettering and ornamentations on spine, and marbled paper-covered boards. Very good condition with signs of external wear.

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        The Writings

      New York: Harper and Brothers, 1869. Leather_bound. Fine. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1869. Leather_bound. Twenty-five volumes .Octavo. The Hllcrest Edition of the Writings of Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens). Titles include A Tramp Abroad, Innocents Abroad, Following the Equator, The Gilded Ages, Roughing It, Life on the Mississippi, Tom Sawyer, Joan of Arc, etc. Illustrated frontispiece with red and black title page. Bound in three quarter wine morocco between marbled boards, spine gilt floral decoratons into six compartments separated by raised banding, gilt titles, top edge gilt, marbled endpaper. A handsome set.

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        New York City

      Includes their original marriage certificate signed by Union Generals Irvin McDowell and Quincy A. Gillmore as the two witnesses. Collection includes 55 Autograph Letters Signed with 47 original envelopes (stamp cut off in upper right of each envelope), each to E. J. Shipman at addresses in San Francisco, Mexico, Nevada, New York City, and Florida, mostly written from Washington, D.C, New York City, and Mexico, mostly from Harriet Cecil Delafield (lengthy letters) and other family members, dated 1869-1891, but mostly 1876-1883, withy interesting and varied content.[ Excerpts: Washington, January 12, 1876, to San Francisco: "I went to the Capitol...Mr. Hill from Georgia spoke yesterday and today is to be answered by Genl Garfield...Jessie will go to her Father's...She is hoping to get a clerkship & today has an appointment to see Genl. Grant...." 12 pages, 5 inches by 8 inches, from his future wife, signed "Cecil". Washington, March 26, 1882, to Mexico: "I will write in haste today for it will rest my thoughts. This sudden accidental death of Philip Van R. & to day hearing of Mrs. Prof Henry's sudden death have driven my thoughts into serious channels...." 16 pages, 5 inches by 7 inches, from his wife, signed "Cecil." With the original 2.25 inch by 19 inch article from a Washington newspaper (fragile) headed: "Shot Through the Head/The Death of Philip Schuyler Van Rensselaer/Found in his room in the hotel Brunswick with a bullet in his brain-the shooting supposed to have been accidental." Van Rensselaer, 38-years-old, was a direct descendant of Robert Livingston (1654-1725), first Lord of Livingston Manor, and Alida Schuyler. Also includes: A scrapbook, 59 pp, 9 x 11.5. Affixed to pages: Newspaper clippings relating to the marriage of Miss Harriet Cecil Delafield and Edgar J. Shipman including the 8 inch by 11.5 inch original marriage certificate, dated November 18, 1880, signed: "Edward A. Washburn/Rector of Calvary Church," New York City, witnessed by: "Irvin McDowell Major General" and "Q. A. Gillmore Bvt. Major Genl U.S.A." Union Generals McDowell and Gillmore had fought in the Civil War. The bride was the daughter of Major General Richard Delafield (1798-1873), Chief Engineer, U.S. Army, Superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point (1838-1845, 1856-1861). Signed on pages two and three of the marriage certificate by 41 wedding guests, mostly Delafields. Thirty-nine letters to Cecil congratulating her, dated November, 1880, are affixed to pages as are 51 small cards, mostly calling cards, with notes of congratulations. Also: a list of guests and their gifts to the newlyweds. General & Mrs. McDowell gave a "Plated Pudding Dish." One newspaper clipping mentions the presence of General Grant at the wedding."Inaugural Ball and Reception March 4, 1893," commemorative card, 11.5 x 8.5. Engraved with oval bust portraits of President Grover Cleveland and Vice President Adlai E. Stevenson, and images of the U.S. Capitol and the White House. Stained across blank upper area. With original torn envelope addressed to "Delafield Shipman/Care Mr Edgar Shipman/16. York Square/New Haven/Conn." Postmarked Washington, D.C., March 31, 1893. ALS signed "Margaret C Shipman," 1 p, 5 x 8. Hartford, Conn., March 23, 1911. Begins: "This will be my last Will and Statement, will you please see that it is carried out...." In envelope addressed to: "Mr George C. Shipman/in case of death." Liineage of the Delafield family. Printed sheet, 1 p, 6.5 x 11. Headed "Delafield of Fieldston." In part: "The family of De la Feld descend from the Ancient Counts of La Feld, in Alsace, who long resided at the chateau that still bears their name...Pope Leo IX, a native of Alsace, is said to have rested at this princely castle when he visited Strasburgh...." Scrapbook, 74 pp, 9.25 x 11.5. Signed on first page: "H. Cecil Delafield/Crystal Palace, London/Nov 28th 1876." 159 photographs, mostly of European architecture, paintings, and sculptures, each captioned by Cecil. Includes London, Paris, Milan, Florence, Naples, and Venice. Entire collection is generally in good condition

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        Seiyo Bunkenroku Heard and Seen in the West

      First edition. Two parts in 8 volumes, complete. Three colour woodblock maps (two folding), one folding plate and several woodcut illustrations. Fukuruto-ji. Original covers with printed title-slips, generally in very good condition throughout, preserved in modern chitsu. Tokyo, Tenminkan.

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        L'homme Qui rit.

      Tome premier [deuxième; troisième; quatrième]. Paris, Librairie Internationale, 15, Boulevard Montmartre, A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven & Ce, éditeurs, A Bruxelles, á Leipzig et á Livourne, 1869. Tous droits de traduction et de reproduction réservés. 4 Vols., Demy 8vo; each volume complete with half-title, and Table at end; pp.381+[i (blank)]; 307+[i (blank)]; 296; 384; [?]Edwardian half brown fine-morocco cloth ruled and lettered gilt on spine, black fine-morocco paper covered sides; marbled edges. Slight wear to corners of boards and small chips to cloth at head of spines; small Dewey number in white at tail of each spine, and library de-accession stamp on verso of each title-page; some pencilled scoring and numerous notes in first two volumes (v. note); a very little scattered foxing, and small stains to 9:8 of volume one and 10:1 of volume three, the latter just touching next, and 15:1 in the same volume opened a trifle roughly at top edge; in general a nice copy in a serviceable but unlovely binding. From the library of Lytton Strachey, with his small bookplate on each front paste-down and below it a label reading: "Reading University Library. From the collection of Mr. James Strachey. Presented by Mrs. Strachey", the latter two names partly obliterated in black ink. The set was evidently rebound, presumably for Lytton, but at some point after he had read it (as far as he got!) as some of the pencilled notes are slightly cropped. They are scattered throughout volume one and the first seventy-eight pages of volume two, after which, possibly, exasperation took over and he gave up. They are written in French and English, and range in extent from a simple proofing mark, through comments such as 'Oh, V.H!' and 'Do crows fly at night?' to passages of more than fifty words, for the most part criticising Hugo's poor knowledge of English terminology, history, and customs, or, at times, his thought, and they appear, in all, on some seventeen pages. Carteret I, 423. Vicaire IV 341. Talvart-Place IX n.67. The issue with the joint Paris/Brussels imprint; there was also an issue just with the Brussels imprint. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.

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        Montaigne. An essay in two parts. Translated by Stephen H. Guest and Trevor E. Blewitt.

      128 p. 8, gebundene Ausgabe, Leinen mit Kopfgoldschnitt, beide Vorsätze gering stockig, der vordere Vorsatz am Innengelenk angerissen, drei Blatt mit kleinem braunen Fleck im Vordersteg,montiertes Besitzschildchen auf vorderem Spiegel, insgesamt in gutem Zustand,im Kolophon heißt es :"This edition consists of 300 copies for sale in England by the Blackamore Press and 500 copies for Sale in the United States by Horace Liveright, New York. All copies are signed by the author, This is number 153. André Paul Guillaume Gide (* 22. November 1869 in Paris - + 19. Februar 1951 ebenda) war ein französischer Schriftsteller und der siebte aus Frankreich stammende Nobelpreisträger (1947) für Literatur.

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        Historisch-genealogisch-heraldisches Handbuch der lebenden raths- und gerichtsfähigen Familien der vormaligen Reichsstadt Nürnberg. Sechste Fortsetzung.

      Stuttgart, Selbstverlag des Verfassers, 1869. - circa 17,6 x 12 cm. V SS., 1 Bl., 181 SS., 1 Bl., 21 Tafeln mit Wappen in Chromolithographie Rotes Original-Leinen mit Gold- und Blindprägung, Goldschnitt In sich abgeschlossener Band 6 der Reihe mit der Geschichte und den Wappen von 21 Familien. Das Genealogische Handbuch erschien zwischen 1800 und 1840 in 5 Teilen und ist hier von Paul von Volckamer neu ediert. Aufgenommen sind die Familien: Behaim von Schwarzbach, Ebner von Eschenbach, Fürer von Haimendorf, Geuder von Heroldsberg, Grundherr von Altenthann, Haller von Hallerstein, Harsdorf von Enderndorf, Holzschuher von Harrlach, Imhof, Kress von Kressenstein u.a. "- Gering gebräunt, teils leicht fleckig, Rücken etwas geblichen, sonst hübsch. - Exemplar aus der herzöglichen Bibliothek Schloss Tegernsee, am Rücken das typische Etikett. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Werkzeugkunde zum Gebrauche für technische Lehranstalten, Eisenbahnen, Schiffbau u. Industrie Gewerbe, als Tischler, Drechsler, Fassbinder, Wagner, Zimmerleute, Modelleure & Mechaniker.

      Wien, Wurm & Schlögel 1869. Imperial-Folio (36 x 56 cm). Farblithogr. Titel m. Goldauflage, 1081 Abb. auf 43 (dav. 25 farb.) lithograph. Tafeln und 1 doppelblattgr. farblithograph. Tafel (auf Leinen aufgezogen) [Textband fehlt]. OHalbleinenmappe m. aufgez., lithogr. Deckeltitel (wh. illustr. Titelbogen). Schließbänder abgerissen, Mappe stärker angeschmutzt u. berieben, an den Kanten abgewetzt, hs. Sign. v. alter Hd. auf Vorderdeckel, am Rücken eingerissen, alle Tafeln 2-fach m. Bibl.stempel versehen (dav. 1 Prägestempel). Wurzbach 108 ff. Erläuternder Textband (62 S.) fehlt. ?Prächtig ausgestattet und zu seiner Zeit epochemachendes Werk? (Das Waldviertel. Neue Folge. 1957, Nr.1/2). Großartige Dokumentation verschiedener Werkzeuge für Holzarbeiter. Mit Abbildungen aller seinerzeit gängiger Werkzeuge sowie einfacher aus Holz gefertigten Vorrichtungen und Maschinen. Herausgegeben von dem österreichischen Werkzeugfabrikanten Franz Freiherr von Wertheim (1814-1883), der seit 1852, als erster in der Habsburger-Monarchie, auch einbruchsichere und feuerfeste Kassen erzeugte. Eine Reihe von Patenten und Erfindungen zeichneten seinen Betrieb aus und brachten internationale Erfolge. In der Folge wurden seine Sammlungen nach Weltausstellungen auch in andere bedeutende Muster- und Lehrmittelsammlungen, wie z.B. in das Conservatoire des Arts et Métiers in Paris (1855) oder in das South Kensington Museum in London (1867, heute Science Museum), eingegliedert. 1867 nahm Wertheim mit einem großen Muster-Exponat an Werkzeugen an der Weltausstellung in Paris teil. Die doppelblattgroße Tafel zeigt den Ausstellungsstand mit Hunderten von Werkzeugen sowie eine Hobel- und eine Drechselbank. Auf dieser Ausstellung setzte er auch einen Betrag von einhunderttausend Franc als Preis aus für denjenigen, dem es gelänge, eine Wertheim-Kasse zu öffnen. - DIESES OBJEKT UNTERLIEGT DER DIFFERENZBESTEUERUNG. Versand D: 15,00 EUR Werzeug, Technik, Gewerbe, Holz

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        Alice's Adventures In Wonderland.

      Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1869. First edition printed in America of the author's classic work. Octavo, original red cloth, all edges gilt, gilt titles and tooling to the spine, triple gilt ruled to the front and rear panels. Illustrated by John Tenniel, text illustrated. In near fine condition, bookplates. An exceptional example. Alice's Adventures were "born on a golden afternoon" in July 1862, when the Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (better known as Lewis Carroll) took the three small daughters of Dean Liddell of Christ Church on a boating trip up the Isis. Carroll delighted the three children by relating Alice's adventures, and eventually promised his favorite among the three, Alice Liddell, to write the story down for her. Through the Looking-Glass can be seen as a mirror image of the Alice's Adventures. For example, the latter begins outdoors in the warmth of May 4 and uses the imagery of playing cards, while the former begins indoors on a snowy, cold November 4 and uses the imagery of chess. "The two Alice books completed the reinstatement of the imagination, so long disapproved of by the opponents of fairy stories, to its proper place. ‘Alice is, in a word, a book of that extremely rare kind which will belong to all the generations to come until the language becomes obsolete'" (Carpenter & Prichard, 102).

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        Colton's Map of New Jersey.

      G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co.,, New York: 1869 - 24mo folding case (5" 3 3/4"), black cloth with gilt title on top cover, colored folding map (13 1/2" x 16"). Some slight wear to folding case, a couple of very minor tears at folds; a very nice map in really good condition. Beginning with J. H. Colton (1800-1893), the Colton family published atlases for over 30 years. Colton's Atlas of the World was first published in 1855 in a large two volume set. In 1857 it became Colton's General Atlas, and Colton's sons, George Woolworth and Charles B. would take over the business. This is a very attractive folding map of New Jersey with bright and crisp coloring. Ristow 313-326. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire de la Religion Chretienne au Japon depuis 1598 jusqu'a 1651. Tome I-II. Paris, Charles Douniol, 1869-1870

      - First Edition. 2 vols. 8vo, [iv], 884; [iv], 464pp, modern boards, original wrappers preserved [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Leben der ehrwürdigen Dienerin Gottes Anna Maria Taigi einer heiligen Frau aus dem Volke

      Vom Aachener Verlag von Albert Jacobi & Co., eine Zweite verbesserte und vermehrte Auflage von 1869. XII/246 Seiten. Es handelt sich hier um eine Hand/Privatbindung, neben der Schrift von Scheeben wurden hier noch weitere - auch rare - Schriften hinzugefügt: Hugnet - Erzbruderschaft vom St. Josef's Gürtel - München 1874 ohne Verlagsangabe - 24 Seiten. - Erzbruderschaft von Unserer lieben Frau der Königin der Engel - "von einem Mitgliede der Erzbruderschaft" Graz, Verlag der Vereins-Buchdruckerei - 102 Seiten - 1873. Bernhardine. - Eine merkwürdige Gebetserhörung vom Schwarzwalde am 17. August 1874 - von Hägele, verlegt in der Buchdruckerei von J. Dilger in Freiburg - 36 Seiten (Zweite, etwas verminderte Auflage) - 1874. Zum Zustand. Ein schlichter Leinendeckel, auf dem Rücken eine - schon etwas ausgeriebene Goldprägung. Kl.-8 (knapp 18 cm hoch. Der Deckel berieben, vorn eine Fehlstelle, ein Stück vom Deckel ist abgeplatzt, Randläsuren, auch an den Rückengelenken einige Aufplatzungen, der Rücken aber noch fest. Auch innen ist das vordere Gelenk angeplatzt, die erste Vorsatzseite miteinem leichten Riß am Bund. Die Seiten altersfleckig, aber mässig, gelegentlich leichtere Randrisse, nichts gravierendes. Kein Besitzvermerk. Zur Ansicht werden Scans eingestellt. Nachfragen werden gern beantwortet. - Die 2., verbesserte und vermehrte Auflage von 1869. Mit Scheebens Vorwort zu dieser- und dem Vorwort zur 1. Auflage. "Leben der ehrwürdigen Dienerin Gottes Anna Maria Taigi einer heiligen Frau aus dem Volke des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts. Bearbeitet nach mehreren französischen Schriften und den Akten des Seligsprechungsprozesses - nebst Portrait (Frontispiz). Mit einem Vorwort von Prof. Dr. M.J. Scheeben" Während auch die Landesbibliotheken Scheeben als Autor führen (dort ist aber nur die 3. Auflage/1880 auffindbar), sagt Der im Vorwort zur 1. Auflage, das er als Herausgeber der Schrift "...dieser von einem jungen Freunde verfassten Schrift..."fungiert - aber "Antheil an der Redaktion derselben genommen habe". Im Vorwort zur 2. Auflage sagt Scheeben das er die Schrift bearbeitet habe "...die Anfangs auch etwas ungelenkig ausgefallene Form geschmeidiger zu machen..." In der 2. Auflage auch das lateinische Decretum S.C.R. ...verfasst von Card. Patrizi und gezeichnet von Bartolini S.R.C. (mit Übersetzung ins deutsche). Aussagen und Zeugen werden im Vorwort zur 1. Auflage erwähnt.

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        Incidences. Édition originale.

      214 Seiten (4) Blatt 8, Broschiert mit gering gebräuntem Pergaminumschlag, der unbeschnittene Schnitt leicht stockig und braunfleckig, ebenso die ersten und letzten Seiten sowie teils die Randstege etwas braunfleckig, die Einbanddecke mit beginnender Ablösung vom Buchblock, auf dem Vortitel von Gide mit zweizeiliger Widmung, signiert, die Tinte leicht verblasst. André Paul Guillaume Gide (* 22. November 1869 in Paris - + 19. Februar 1951 ebd.) war ein französischer Schriftsteller und der siebte Nobelpreisträger (1947) der französischen Literatur. Exemplaire dauteur N. 1054 (Il a été tiré de cet ouvrage après impositions spéciales cent huit exemplaires in-quarto tellière sur papier Vergé Lafuma-Navarre au filigrane de la Nouvelle Revue Francaise, dont huit exemplaires h.c. marqués de A A H, cent exemplaires réservés aux bibliophiles de la Nouvelle Revue Francaise numérotés de I A C, et mille quatre-vingt-douze exemplaires in-16 double couronne, sur papier Vélin pur fil, Lafuma-Navarre dont duze exemplaires réservés aux amis de lÉdition originale numérotés de 1 a 1050, et trente exemplaires dauteur hors commerce numérotes de 1051 a 1080, ce tirage constituant proprement et authentiquement lÉdition originale).

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        The Malay Archipelago: The Land of the Orang-utan, and the Bird of Paradise. A Narrative of Travel, with Studies of Man and Nature

      New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1869. First American edition. Octavo (21 cm). Brown, gilt-stamped, pebbled cloth; xii, [1], 14-638 pp., [2] pp, adverts; 51 woodcuts; 10 maps, two folding. One of the classics of Victorian naturalism, the Malay Archipelago is, in Wallace's own words, the result of "eight years of wanderings among the largest and most luxuriant islands which adorn our earth's surface." He traveled across current day Java, Borneo, Sumatra, Sulawesi, The Philippines, Bali, Timor, Papua New Guinea and many more islands in between. First published in England by Macmillan in March, 1860, in two octavo vols., this first American ed. was condensed into one volume. Minimal chipping to crown and a 1.5" split to cloth along the bottom front joint; unobtrusive dampstaining to the corner of the ffep and frontis recto, no other pages affected; prelims are foxed. A better-than-average copy of a book typically seen in disrepair.

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        The American Bond Detector; and Complete History of the United States Government Securities; Issued Under the Sanction of the United States Treasury Department, and Containing Superb Illustrations, in Genuine Tints, Printed at the Treasury Department...

      Washington: American Bond and Currency Detector Company, 1869. First Edition 1st Printing. Original Full Leather. Near Fine. 13 1/4" x 9 1/2. 30 Plates. 100 Pp + 22 Steel-Engraved Plates + 9 Supplemental Chromolithographic Plates Of Coinage, Bound Out Of Sequence (2, 1, 3-9), Of Which The Index Mentions Only 8. Printed In Full Genuine Color, Including Coinage Plates Printed In Appropriate Metallic Colors. Remarkable Illustrations And Text, Authoritative, Printed From The Original U S Government Plates. Original Full Chocolate Morocco, Four Bands, Embossed With Gilt Lettering And Black Designs, Marbled Endpapers, All Edges Gilt. Original Binding, Not Recased, Hinges Solid, All Gilt Complete And Brilliant, Light Wear At Edges And Small Areas Of Surface, Small Area Of Fraying At Lower Front Tip And Upper Rear Tip.

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        A Storm in the Rocky Mountains, Mt Rosalie' [by M.H. Long].

      Published by Thomas McLean Printed by the Kell Brothers 18.5 x 32.25in mount opening 1869 - Chromolithograph, laid down on backing board, with old mount, two tiny scratches in rock in top right, small indentation near initials in right bottom corner, and small associated flaws, This is another of Bierstadt's 'Great Pictures' completed by January 1866, a companion to 'Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak'. As his rival Frederic Church did, the format for a 'Great Picture' was to produce a large panoramic landscape and exhibit it to a wide public at a one picture touring exhibition, which was accompanied by explanatory brochures and promoted by reproductions. Even though privately owned it was exhibited at McLean's London gallery in 1867. In the same year, Bierstadt took it with 'Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak' to Osborne House to show Queen Victoria. They were both exhibited at McLean's in 1868 when the production of this chromolithograph was under way. These prints were sold laid down to emulate paintings. The surface even recreates the cracklure of oil paintings. The announcement of this chromolithograph with its companion was first made in January 1868 but they were not issued until autumn 1869. Accounts of their production vary one suggesting twenty stones were employed and another thirty.This print is a sumptuous reproduction of one of the finest early paintings to depict the American West. Commenting on these prints which were then being exhibited at Goupil's of New York, the 'Post' newspaper (4 Oct. 1869) wrote 'They are unquestionably the finest examples of chromolithographic art'.The original painting was purchased by the Englishman Thomas Kennard for $20,000. It is now in Brooklyn Museum. In 1863, Bierstadt visited Colorado, where he made studies for this picture. The mountain is named after Rosalie Osborne Ludlow who Bierstadt married in 1866. In 1869, when the picture was exhibited at the Paris salon Napoleon III awarded Bierstadt the Legion d'Honneur.Reference: ANDERSON, N. & FERBER, L.S. 'Albert Bierstadt Art & Enterprise' Exhibition Catalogue. Brooklyn Museum, 1991. This chromolithograph is discussed on pp. 274-275, figure 90, and illustrated in colour, Plate 79 on p. 292.

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        Brother and Sister, sonnets by Marian Lewes.

      For Private Circulation only. 1869 [1888] - 15pp. Half title. Sewn as issued in orig. pale blue printed wrappers. A v.g. copy in green cloth portfolio. Baker & Ross B6.1. See Carter & Pollard pp191-193. This is the first printing, made some time in 1888. Analysis of both the paper and type show this could not have been printed as early as 1869, and is undoubtedly one of Thomas J. Wise's notorious forgeries. The pamphlet was first offered to the British Museum in October 1888, for the price of 3 guineas, and further copies were distributed in the years that followed. The sonnets were written by Eliot in 1869, but first appeared in print in The Legend of Jubal, first published in 1874. With accompanying hand-written notes on a Scribner's Bookstore envelope, by the bibliographer John Carter, in which he confirms the publication to be a forgery. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Musicalische Zauberkarte - Cartes Magiques Musicales (Musical Magic Cards)

      Darmstadt, Germany: Frommann, 1869. Unbound. Very good. 30 of 32 cards with two (duplicates) provided in facsimile plus instruction folder (in English, French, German, and Italian) and box remnants. Lithographed with stenciled color. Music staves on each card; twelve face cards show amateur musicians singing and playing a variety of instruments. Cards are in nice shape; the box front and back are present, no sides or bottom. The cards can be arranged to compose over "100,000 Tänze für das Piano" - "100,000 morceau de danse" (100,000 Dances for the Piano). "Select indiscriminately and place on the musicdesk, in the middle a 1, on the left-hand extremity a picture-card, and on the right a seven. Fill each of the two intervening spaces by any three cards taken also indiscriminately . . . . It will then be found that the nine cards placed together form two pieces of dance-music which can be played without difficulty." Provenance: Harrie A. Kenter collection, Amsterdam. The cards were first announced in Polybiblion: Universal Bibliographic Review, IV, 1869, p. 158. They are mentioned, though not by title, in Van Rensselaer (1912), p. 301 Exceptionally scarce. As of 2017, nothing similar for sale in the trade nor listed at OCLC, Rare Book Hub, ABPC, nor Worthpoint, however one deck without box was sold in 2011 at a Millon auction in Paris for ?1,500 (before premium). Two cards lacking so priced accordingly.

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        The Innocents Abroad

      American Publishing Company 1869 - American Publishing Company, Harford 1869. First Edition / First Printing / Second Issue. Dated 1869 on the title and copyright pages. All errors in the text corrected. Leather bound. Book Condition: Good, hinged at the front board, shelf wear. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De la terre à la lune

      New illustrated edition of 41 drawings and a map by De Montaut after the original illustrated edition of 1868.Cartonnage publisher said "To bouquets of roses of the 3rd type" to the color green turf. Hetzel Paris 1869 In-8 (18x27,7cm) 169pp. relié

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        The History of England.

      London: Longmans, Green, and Co.,, 1869–1871. From the accession of James the Second. 8 volumes, octavo (170 x 115 mm). Contemporary red calf, green labels lettered in gilt to spines, gilt decorations to spines in compartments, gilt frames to covers, marbled endpapers and edges. Minor rubbing to extremities, spines uniformly a little faded, top edges dust toned, a couple of small scratches to covers, tiny abrasion to front cover of vol. VI; an excellent set. An attractively bound set of Macaulay's history. "The first historical work deliberately designed to outsell the best-selling novel of the day, Macaulay's book immediately fulfilled its author's aspiration. His colourful style and stirring power of description secured for the History a success such as no historical work in the English language had had since Gibbon. Each volume sold about one hundred and fifty thousands copies within a month of its publication, and the numerous reprints and translations into almost every literary language have perpetuated Macaulay's ideas almost to this day" (PMM 328).

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        Phantasmagoria and Other Poems.

      London: Macmillan & Co., 1869 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine gilt, gilt designs to front and rear boards, brown coated endpapers, edges gilt. Faint ink stamp to front pastedown, bookseller's ticket to rear pastedown. A fine copy. First edition, second issue, with the cancel title page and page 87 correctly numbered as page 78 in the Table of Contents. Williams, Madan and Green 69. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Innocents Abroad

      American Publishing Company, 1869. Hardcover. Good. American Publishing Company, Harford 1869. First Edition / First Printing / Second Issue. Dated 1869 on the title and copyright pages. All errors in the text corrected. Leather bound. Book Condition: Good, hinged at the front board, shelf wear.

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        Chippewa Falls Union Lumbering Co's mammoth raft

      n.p. [Saint Paul?], 1869. Large plate albumen photograph approx. 12" x 21" mounted on a printed card approx. 16" x 21"; slight toning; very good. A large and unusual photograph by an unnamed photographer showing the steamer Buckeye towing what was at the time the largest raft ever run on the Mississippi River, from Read's Landing in Minnesota, to St. Louis, Missouri.

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        Rudolstadt. - Schlossansicht. - "Schloß v. Rudolstadt".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Sepiazeichnung, 1869. 25,8 x 33,6 cm (Darstellung) / 25,8 x 33,6 cm (Blatt) / 32,3 x 40,2 cm (Untersatzpapier). Unterhalb der Darstellung auf dem original Untersatzpapier in Feder von Hand betitelt, datiert und unleserlich signiert "1869 Schloß v. Rudolstadt Ed. Diez ?". - Idyllische Ansicht des Residenzschlosses Heidecksburg aus der Fussgängerperspektive. Der Sitz der Fürsten zu Schwarzburg Rudolstadt trohnt 60 m über der Alstadt und gehört zu den bedeutensten Barockbauten in Thüringen mit einer Geschichte die mit Vorgängerbauten bis auf das 13. Jahrhundert zurückgeht. Sehr dekorative unikate Arbeit aus dem Vorabend der Gründerzeit. - Mit nur leichten Altersspuren. Original Untersatzpapier gebräunt. Insgesamt gut erhalten. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Chaumont. Croquis d'après nature.

      Jules Sandoz, Neuchâtel 1869 - Original cloth over lithographed boards, oblong 4to. Album comprising 11 duotone lithographed plates plus a panorama, all finely coloured by hand. No date, but published in the second half of 1869. An attractive album with charming plates, all signed on the stone 'F. Landry'. Very rare both with uncoloured - and, as here, with handcoloured plates. Please have a look at our website for additional information. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Voyage à travers l'Amèrique du Sud de l'océan pacifique à l'océan atlantique illustré de 626 vues, types et paysages par É. Riou

      Louis Hachette, Paris 1869 - 2 grossi volumi in-4 (340x240), pp. (8, + antiporta), 704; pp. (4), 519, (3). Illustrato da 20 carte e 629 vedute, tipi e paesaggi di É. Riou, di cui molte a piena pagina. Legatura in percalle rossa editoriale con titoli impressi in oro sui piatti, dorsi a cinque nervi con titoli e fregi in oro. Tagli in oro. Buon esemplare, ma con fioriture diffuse. La prima parte dell'opera riguarda viaggi e impressioni di viaggio verso Islay, Arequipa, Lampa, Acopia, Cuzco, Echarati, Chulituqui, Tunkini, Sarayacu; la seconda parte dell'opera e del viaggio riguarda la Tierra Blanca, Nauta, Tabatinga, Santa Maria de Belem do Para. Prima non comune edizione. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A history of the Abyssinian Expedition.

      Macmillan London 1869 - First edition, 8vo., xii, 434pp., 5 maps ( 4 folding), original green cloth gilt, slight trace of label removal to upper cover, an excellent copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Unmusikalische Noten zu Richard Wagner`s \"Judenthum in der Musik\".

      München, Neuburger & Kolb, 1869. 15 S. OBrosch. Zuschreibung durch Alfred Sendrey 1951. - Gbrsp., kl. Randläsuren, leicht stockfleckig. - Selten. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Musik

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        American Journal of Numismatics 1866-1924 complete

      Boston & New York - Volumes 1-53 complete, bound in twenty-six, first 20 in contemporary (i.e. c1910) brown cloth, gilt spines, balance in recent brown cloth, green spine labels, all bindings sound and strong. A fine set. (Only several volumes of each binding are shown in the photo) Davis 21. No periodical or other body of work is as important to our understanding of American numismatics, especially during the second half of the nineteenth century. The original works by Crosby, his 1869 The United States Cents of 1793 (here with the first printing of the photographic plate), and extracts from The Early Coins of America, initially appeared in the Journal, as did Marvin¿s Masonic Medals, Low¿s Hard Times Tokens, Edgar Adams¿ The Private Gold Coinage of California, and Miller & Ryder¿s State Coinage of New England. Initiated by the A.N.A.S. as a monthly periodical that would incorporate the society¿s proceedings, the uncertain future faced by that organization forced control to be passed to the Boston Numismatic Society in 1870. Designed to be an annual rotation with publishing responsibilities shared among the various societies, the Journal remained in Boston for 38 years as a quarterly. In 1893 all rights were acquired by W. T. R. Marvin, who continued to edit and publish the work until 1908 when it was sold back to the A.N.S. During its Boston years, under the guidance of Colburn, Appleton, and Marvin, the Journal recorded for posterity American numismatic history in the form of society minutes, auction notices and results, book reviews, quips, barbs and bantering, as well as erudite original papers. When control returned to New York, an era had passed, and the Journal was well on its way to becoming a forum for monographs, largely on classical works, only. Concerns by authors, however, that their works would not receive critical attention if they shared covers with papers on other subjects led to its discontinuance, and the institution of the Numismatic Notes and Monographs series. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gott. - Und die Träume. Dichtungen. Umschlag und Buchschmuck von Theodor Schinkel.

      111 Seiten 8, gebundene Ausgabe, Original Ganz-Leineneinband mit illustriertem Vorderdeckel und goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. auf dem Titel vom Autor signiert. Erste Ausgabe der zweiten Veröffentlichung Raabe/Hannich-Bode 18.2. Peter Baum (* 30. September 1869 in Elberfeld - + 6. Juni 1916 bei Keckau/Riga) war ein bekannter deutscher Schriftsteller, gehörte zum Freundeskreis von Peter Hille und war ein Freund und Mitarbeiter von Herwarth Waldens "Sturm". Er stand den Lebensreformern "Die Kommenden" und "Neue Gemeinschaft" nahe und galt als enger Vertrauter von Else Lasker-Schüler. Der Landschafts- und Theaterdekorationsmaler Theodor Schinkel (* 1871 - + 1919) war ein Enkel Karl Friedrich Schinkels. Er schuf den zierlichen Buchschmuck und die eindrucksvoll düstere Deckelillustration mit einem nächtens fliegenden Schwarm Eulen

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        Hebräische Balladen. Der Gedichte erster Teil.

      110 Seiten mit einer Einbandzeichnung der Verfasserin. 4, Broschiert die Broschur mit kleinen Randläsuren an den Deckeln, Buchblock unbeschnitten und durchgängig papierbedingt leicht gebräunt, auf dem Vortitel mit der vollen Signatur der Dichterin, diese etwas durchschlagend, EA, W/G II, 15, erweiterte Neuauflage des Lyrischen Flugblattes bei Meyer. Else Lasker-Schüler (eigentlich Elisabeth Lasker-Schüler * 11. Februar 1869 in Elberfeld - + 22. Januar 1945 in Jerusalem) war eine deutsche Dichterin jüdischen Glaubens.

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