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2019-03-01 15:50:22
Montesquieu
Paris: 1869. Superbe exemplaire en maroquin doublé de JOLY. MONTESQUIEU Les Lettres persanes. Édition Louis Lacour. Paris, Académie des Bibliophiles, 1869. 1 vol. grand in-8. Reliure en plein maroquin noir janséniste, dos à nerfs, doublures bord à bord ornées d'un décor géométrique formé d'un jeu de filets dorés, gardes de moire noire, double filet doré sur les coupes, tranches dorées sur témoins, étui bordé. [JOLY FILS R.D 1906]. Réimpression de l'édition d'Amsterdam de 1721, chez Pierre Brunel, ici illustrée d'un portrait de Saint-Aubin et de huit eaux-fortes d'Edouard de Beaumont, gravées par Boilvin. Exemplaire réimposé au format in-8, sur Wathman, spécialement imprimé pour M. Victor Duruy, ministre de l'instruction publique, comportant trois états des gravures : un sur chine avant la lettre, un sur Wathman avant la lettre avec remarques et l'état définitif. Avec un envoi autographe de l'éditeur à l'encre : « A son Excellence, M. Duruy, Ministre de l'Instruction publique, hommage de l'éditeur, D. Jouaust ». Enrichi d'une lettre autographe du Comte de Bonneval Charny qui donne l'ouvrage à son correspondant, certainement à Léopold Carteret. - Exemplaire nominatif son Excellence Victor Duruy, ministre de l'instruction publique. - De la Bibliothèque de Raymond Claude-Lafontaine, commanditaire de la reliure avec son ex-libris frappé à l'or en bas du second contreplat, grand bibliophile et secrétaire de la Société normande du livre illustré. - De la bibliothèque de Léopold Carteret, avec son ex-libris dessiné par Bonnet et gravé par Boisson. Avec une note manuscrite de Carter … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: librairie Gaëlle Cambon [Tours, FR]
2019-03-01 06:15:07
Gilbert
1869. Condition: Akzeptabel. Artikeldetails Le proces de Galilee d´apres les documents contemporains Extrait de la revue catholique , tom I et II, 1869Gilbert: 1869. 125 Broschiert Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 100866 Bemerkungen: 1869 Louvain chez Peeters, monography octavo paperback of 125 pages. First edition of great rarity (impossible the find). Nice overall condition, work with clean and healthy book block; scratches and the tape reinforcements on the covers. Based for obvious reasons on a geocentric view of the world, the Church armed with the Holy Office chased tirelessly scientists denouncing the universe of Aristotle. Giordano Bruno and many other anonymous heretics were burnt on behalf of the defence of arbitrary order. Galileo, who knew how to handle and protect himself from the obscurantism of the Roman Curia, only had real problems after 70. The trial which followed experienced multiple comments with multiple intentions. Our work presented here educated the mass with ‘contemporary documents' attaches to sift through what was said previously. To support and remarkable as that may be, the outcome (reworking of a series of articles in the journal Catholic of Louvain) remains no less an attempt of exemption for the Catholic Church, in order to mitigate the brutality with which Rome silenced the great scholar.EUR 3.980,00 Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Sicheres Bestellen - Order-Control geprüft! Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-02-27).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Liber Antiqua [Unteriberg, CH]
2019-02-28 21:55:15
Lewis Carroll
Cambridge: Press of John Wilson and Son: Boston: Lee and Sherpard, 149, Washington Street. Alice's In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. First American Edition printed in 1869, Boston: Lee and Shepard, 149 Washington Street. Cambridge: Press of John Wilson and Son. With 42 beautiful illustrations by John Tenniel. The first edition to be printed in America, following the suppressed 1865 edition which utilized British sheets and which there are few surviving copies. A beautiful rare book in good condition for it age with pages of gilted gold edges, glited with image of Alice and pig on front cover and cat on back cover. Spine is glited also with some wear on the edges. Some of the charming illustrations can be seen in the photos. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: af4816 [Endicott, New York, US]
2019-02-28 20:44:10
DAW, M.E.
London: E. Daw & Co, 1869. FIRST EDITION. Original engraved map hand-coloured in outline, overall 159 x 146 cm. with insets of Shetland Isles, Orkney Islands and Channel Islands, dissected into 48 sections, backed on linen, folding into original blind-stamped red cloth covered boards. Title and date in gilt to upper cover, blue decorative end-papers. Covers a little age-soiled and rubbed atvextremities, map generally very good with nice vibrant colour. Very rare seemingly unrecorded first issue of this map clearly dated 1869: Worldcat lists 1874 and 1875 issues, Tooley's Dictionary cites 1875, Worms/Baynton-Williams fails to mention Daw at all. Only two copies of the map (later issues) in auction records. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Robert Frew Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2019-02-28 07:22:24
Twitchell, George S.]
Barclay & Co., Philadelphia, 1869. [2], 19-90pp, as issued, with six full-page illustrations. Stitched in original printed wrappers, the front wrap illustrated with a portrait of Twitchell, the rear wrap with an illustration of the murder. Light wrapper wear, a clean text. Very Good. A trademark Barclay gruesome, sensational story. Mrs. Hill's body was found dead in her yard by a servant girl. Mr. Twitchell and his wife, Camilla Twitchell, claimed that she must have fallen from a second story window. But the evidence indicated that Mrs. H. was beaten with a poker, and then thrown out the window to simulate an accident. Both Twitchells were arrested. Camilla was acquitted; but George was found guilty and sentenced to hang. On the day of his execution, George Twitchell committed suicide. McDade 1010. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: David M. Lesser, ABAA [Woodbridge, CT, U.S.A.]
2019-02-27 21:57:38
Goodrich Hawley
Hartford: 1869. Broadside (approx. 26" x 16"), folio; typographically ornamental border; text in double column; stock unevenly toned, three shallow losses not affecting text, mostly clean tears along previously folds without loss of meaning, small soil spot at center. Advertisement for "The oldest and best news and family paper published in Connecticut." Includes lists of American and Connecticut-related statistics and press comments from numerous local Connecticut newspapers. OCLC finds the copy at AAS only.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2019-02-27 16:15:04
Louisa Alcott
LITTLE WOMEN BY Louisa Alcott. Volume 1 1869 Volume 2 is the very are first issue Volume 1 dated 1869. It does have the advertisement for" part the second completing this " on page 341 but does not have "part one" on the spine . (There were three 1869 printings before part the second was added to page 341 and four printings before part the second was put on the spine) It is missing the advertisements. See BAL.Purple boards. The spine has been re-backed with new endpapers Volume 11 is dated 1869 . There isno notice for little women on page iv making it a first issue of volume ii. 357 pages and 8 advertisement pages. ( BAL) Purple boards re-backed , new end papersOnly 2,000 of this first issue were printed as it came out before the book had become popular.
Bookseller: Temple of Fancy - Books and Ephemera [UK]
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2019-02-27 09:13:29
Frühe photographische Ansicht des Hof-Theaters in Dresden von Hermann Krone, vor 1869. Vintage Albumin-Fotografie im Format 10 x 16,2 cm mit abgeschrägten Ecken; montiert auf Original-Unterlagekarton (25 x 32,5 cm) der Zeit; dort von alter Hand fein säuberlich bezeichnet. Das Motiv ist im Werkverzeichnis der Photographien von Hermann Krone (von Hans-Ulrich Lehmann, erschienen 2008) auf S. 228 bgebildet (Nr. L 2.219) und "vor 1869" datiert. Beiliegend: ein weiteres Blatt mit zwei Carte de Visite-Portraits der seinerzeit in Dresden tätigen Schauspieler Emil Devrient und Bogumil Dawison. Sehr schöner Erhaltungszustand; ausgezeichnetes Kontrastvolumen.
Bookseller: photographie_berlin [Berlin, DE]
2019-02-27 06:33:34
Cantel Henri
Bruxelles: Bel exemplaire. Rare. Henri Cantel. Félicien Rops. Amours et Priapées (1869). Edition rare par Poulet-Malassis. Bel exemplaire en reliure de l'époque. CANTEL, Henri. ROPS, Félicien (illustrateur). POULET-MALASSIS (éditeur). AMOURS ET PRIAPÉES. Sonnets par Henri Cantel. Lampsaque [Bruxelles], 1869 [Poulet-Malassis] 1 volume in-8 (22,5 x 14,5 cm) de 144 pages. Frontispice gravé à l'eau-forte tiré sur papier de Chine par Félicien Rops (non signé). Page de titre imprimée en rouge et noir. Reliure de l'époque demi-chagrin aubergine à coins, filets dorés, dos à nerfs, tête dorée. Excellent état. Comme presque toujours le frontispice de Rops sur Chine est roussi (tirage néanmoins d'une belle netteté et d'un encrage parfait). Décharge de teinte sur la page de titre (voir photos). Papier vergé en excellent état. TIRAGE A 152 EXEMPLAIRES SEULEMENT. 150 exemplaires sur papier vergé et 2 exemplaires sur papier de Chine. Autant dire que les 2 exemplaires sur papier de Chine, aussi rares et introuvables qu'ils soient, doivent être couverts des mêmes rousseurs que le frontispice de Rops ... Ce qui revient à dire que le tirage total à 152 exemplaires de ce livre en fait une pièce fort rare. Ce recueil de poésies érotiques a été publié par Poulet-Malassis à Bruxelles. Ami de Vigny et l'un des premiers disciples de Baudelaire, Henri Cantel (1825-1878) s'inscrit dans une grande tradition de la poésie érotique à laquelle des auteurs aussi divers que Jean de La Fontaine ou Théophile Gautier ont donné leurs lettres de noblesse. Dans ces soixante-dix poèmes, dont bon nombre sont des so … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2019-02-27 03:11:32
Emma Catherine Embury
New York: Hurd and Houghton. Click here to see our other books! The Poems of Emma C. Embury Emma Catherine Embury 1869 Hurd and Houghton : New York 8" by 5" xiii, 368pp SUMMARY A scarce first edition of this handsome collection of the poetry of Emma C. Embury. Author's Presentation Copy,First Edition,Scarce,Signed Overall Condition: Very Good This book weighs 0.75 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 19.99 EU Postage: £ 15.99 European Postage: £ 16.99 Asia Postage: £ 21.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 25.99 DESCRIPTION Author's presentation copy: "Mrs. Williams, with compliments of Mrs E. Embury. Christmas 1869". Emma Catherine Embury (February 25, 1806 - February 10, 1863) was an American author and poet. She was born in New York City on February 25, 1806, to Dr. James R. Manley and Elizabeth Post. She became a regular contributor of juvenile verse and stories to the New York Mirror by the age of twenty. On May 10, 1828 Emma married Daniel Embury, a Brooklyn banker. For a time, she was one of two "lady editors" for Graham's Magazine in Philadelphia, along with Ann S. Stephens. She died in Brooklyn on February 10, 1863. This is the first complete edition of Embury's poetry and was published six years after her death. It includes her principle poetic work, "Guido: A Tale". With attractive bookplate to front pastedown of Barbara Muriel Collins. CONDITION In a decorative cloth binding with bevelled edges to boards. Externally, rubbed to extremities only. Slight loss to cloth at head and tail of spine. Front hinge failed. Internally, firmly bound. Front free endpaper partial … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2019-02-26 12:36:51
Brown, G. T. ; Henry Firks
Very Good. 1869. Amazing lithograph by G.T. Brown measuring 36" x 20"; shrink-wrapped. Has not been examined out of shrink-wrap. Overall very good but has creasing and few tears around edges; 1" tear near top right corner, 1" piece missing on right edge, 4 ½" tear on right edge (affecting content), ½" tear on left edge; looks to be professionally repaired; colors are still bright. The original painting was created in 1849 for W.H. Jones by Henry Firks, and was lithographed by G.T. Brown in 1868. Grafton Tyler Brown (1841-1918) is arguably the most important West coast lithographer during the 1800s. Brown was a self-trained painter and a pioneer lithographer. "He took on the largest San Francisco lithographic firms in the 1860s and 70s and equaled or bettered them in design... his success is all the more remarkable because Brown was an African-American working at a time when racial prejudice barred blacks from entering into skilled professions" (San Francisco Lithographer: African American Artist Grafton, Tyler Brown). The most spectacular of Brown's works were his city views such as this one. This lithograph depicts a sparsely populated San Francisco Bay. An array of ships are pictured to the right of the central harbor, farms are seen along the shore, a collection of tents surrounding a campfire are to the far right, and mountains are visible in the background. Fifty-one ships and buildings found in the image are listed, with identifiers listed alongside the ship or building or in the margin. Two ships of note seen in this image are the Philadelphia, a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Back of Beyond Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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2019-02-26 08:22:41
MOUCHOT, Augustin.
Gauthier-Villars, Paris, 1869. A fine copy, in original wrappers, of the first book explicitly devoted to solar energy, whose publication coincided with the unveiling of Mouchot’s largest solar steam engine, the so-called ‘Sun Engine’, in 1869, which caused a revolution in the development of solar thermal power.Auguste Mouchot was a French mathematics teacher, who in the 1860’s became famous as the designer (and patent-taker) of the first machine that generated electricity with solar thermal energy electricity by the exposure of the sun. Mouchot began his work with solar energy in 1860 after expressing grave concerns about his country’s dependence on coal. His work on solar energy and on the development of his sun machine forms the basis for the later developments on solar energy. "The work of Adams, Ericsson, and Shuman had been directly influenced by the solar conceptions of Augustin Mouchot, a man who arrived on the scene in nineteenth century France at precisely that moment when his ideas were likely to attract the most attention. It was a time when French industrial might was at a peak and her leaders open to new ideas, none more so than her emperor. In 1867, to commemorate the explosion of technology that had accompanied the industrial and artistic carnival over which he had presided for 15 years, France’s Napoleon III decided to invite the whole world to an international exposition that he would host in Paris." (Kryza, The Power of Light, p. 147). "His initial experiments involved a glass-enclosed, water-filled iron cauldron, in which sunlight passed through a glass … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Koebenhavn V, Denmark]
2019-02-26 03:12:27
30 CITIZENS OF MADISON ALABAMA
MADISON ALABAMA, 1869. On offer is an interesting, original manuscript relic reflective of Southern Reconstruction Era woes and gripes between citizens and Government, this being an 1869 Madison, Alabama handwritten document; a Reconstruction Era petition and as stated a protest by the Citizens of Madison against a proposed sale by the Mayor and Aldermen of the street between the store house of the Wise Mercantile Co. and that of Mr. L. Hardage, running from Front St. to Martin St. with 30 autograph signatures and likely a few names of recent combatants including: A Hardage, S. H. Floyd, P. B. Fletcher, R E Wiggins, Leslie Fletcher, J A Humphrey, G. W. Martin, JJ Canterbury, John Nance, Richard Mason. 8.5" x 14" some soiling, wear, else G+.. Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Manuscript.
Bookseller: M. Benjamin Katz, Fine Books/Rare Manuscripts [Canada]
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2019-02-25 22:50:55
Charles Darwin
London: John Murray, 1869. This is an auction for Charles Darwin's Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection. Fifth edition 1869. At this point, there had only ever been 10,000 copies ever printed of this work. Darwin was still developing his ideas and the fifth edition is the first which uses the term: "Survival of the fittest." Only 2,000 copies of the fifth edition were printed. The book is in near very good condition. There is some slight softening at the top and bottom of the spine which has darkened. A tiny scuff half way along the bottom of the front board. Internally, there is mild foxing of the front and back blanks and the pre-title page and some foxing of the page edges. There is one page (see image 12) which has resulted in a small hole with no loss. The pull out is in good order. This is a nice copy.
Bookseller: dmds2074 [Ashby-de-la-Zouch, GB]
2019-02-25 19:14:03
Colonel Hankins
New York: Hankins & Son, 1869. Second (and best) edition, with the Colton map; 8vo, pp. 425, [1], [6] ads; portrait frontispiece and pictorial half-title, 94 illustrations in the text, a number of them full-page; original decorative green cloth gilt, a.e.g.; a little rubbing and spotting but generally a very good, bright and firm copy of a curious mixture of popular history, fiction and Indian legend, set in and around St. Paul, and handsomely illustrated. Hankins was editor of the New York Home Gazette. This copy with the folding hand-colored map by G. W. & C. B. Colton (often lacking and probably not issued in all copies), of the upper Great Lakes and Upper Midwest "prepared expressly for Col. Hankins' illustrated, historic, romantic work of 'Dakota Land' or the Beauty of St. Paul." VanDerhoof, Frontier American Novels, 2675; Wright II, 1090.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2019-02-25 19:14:03
G Naphegyi
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1869. Condition: A very good copy (rubbing to boards; fading and wear to spine); internally clean with solid hinges. First Edition. Royal 4to. 11-323 pp. Two full page chromolithograph frontispiece with tissueguard and additional title page. Decorative illustrations throughout, including initials. Publisher'sbrown blindstamped leather boards with gilt decoration and lettering; all edges gilt. Illustrated by the Lord's Prayer in One Hundred Languages. with historical descriptions of the principal languages, interlinear translation and pronunciation of each prayer, a dissertation on the languages of the world, and tables exhibiting all known languages dead and living. The half-titles which are scattered throughout the book serve to group the languages belonging to the Aryan, Semitic, Turanian, and American families. Contains the Lord's Prayer in the language of the Delawares, Cherokee, Micmac and other Indian tribes. (Sabin 51756). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: carpediemfinebooks [Monterey, California, US]
2019-02-25 17:33:18
Semmes, Admiral Raphael [Brig. Gen. William B. Taliaferros' copy]
Baltimore: Kelly, Piet & Co., 1869. First American Edition. Hardcover. Quarto. [2], xvi, 17-833 pages. Frontispiece steel engraving of Admiral Semmes. Illustrations including 6 chromo-litho colored plates. Original publishers brown cloth hardcover with gilt signature of Admiral Semmes on front board. Faded gilt title and illustration on spine. Cloth is worn, wrinkled and edge worn. Corners bumped. Small chip to cloth on spine. Previous owner inscription "William B. Taliaferro Dunham Massie" written in pencil on the front blank end paper (Tailiaferro died at his Dunham Massie Estate in 1898). Taliaferro was involved in the Shenandoah Valley Campaign, Fredericksburg and Charleston's defenses. Taliaferro served under Stonewall Jackson's command. This book was first published in London the same year as the American edition. Howes S 286; Nevins I page 233. Good. Item #10971. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: labsrule2014 [Stone Mountain, Georgia, US]
2019-02-25 09:45:11
Feliciano Patrizi Forti
Micocci E Compani. Delle Memorie Storiche Di Norcia-Feliciano Patrizi Forti-Opera Completa!-1869 Descrizione estesa DELLE MEMORIE STORICHE DI NORCIA LIBRI OTTO PER FELICIANO PATRIZI FORTI. OTTO DISPENSE NORCIA TIPOGRAFIA MICOCCI E COMP. 1869 CM. 20 X 14. PP.701 SPLENDIDA RICOSTRUZIONE STORICA E POLITICA DELLA CITTA'DI NORCIA, NELL'OTTAVO VOLUME GLI EDITORI ANNUNCIANO LA MORTE PREMATURA DELL'AUTORE CHE PURTROPPO NON VIDE MAI LA PUBBLICAZIONE DEL SUO BELLISSIMO LAVORO. L'OPERA COMPLETA DA ANNI NON È PIÙ DISPONIBILE SUL MERCATO ANTIQUARIO. L 5657 OTTO DISPENSE OPERA COMPLETA. LE PAGINE INTERNE COME SPIEGATO NELLA SEGUENTE DETTAGLIATA COLLAZIONE SONO IN BUONE CONDIZIONI A PARTE ALCUNE FIORITURE, LE PAGINE SONO DI DIMENSIONI DIVERSE TRA LORO, E IN ALCUNI FASCICOLI ALCUNI ANGOLI SONO ARRICCIATI O RIPIEGATI, L’OTTAVO VOLUME HA DIVERSE PAGINE STACCATE, TUTTI VOLUMI HANNO LA LEGATURA MOLTO ALLENTATA. PRIMA DISPENSA MANCA IL PIATTO ANTERIORE ANTIPORTA CON STRAPPO CENTRALE CHE TAGLIA IN DUE IL FOGLIO TAGLI IRREGOLARI LEGGERE FIORITURE ALL'INTERNO LEGATURA ALLENTATA ANGOLI DELLE PAGINE ARRICCIATI PAGINE XIII 54 SECONDA DISPENSA LEGATURA CON ALCUNE FIORITURE E PICCOLI STRAPPI AI MARGINI UNA GROSSA PIEGA AL PIATTO ANTERIORE PAGINE INTERNE CON LE FIORITURE DORSO CON PICCOLE MANCANZE TAGLI IRREGOLARI, ANGOLI LEGGERMENTE ARRICCIATI. VOLUME A FOGLI CHIUSI LA NUMERAZIONE DELLE PAGINE È PROGRESSIVA, DA PAGINA 55 A PAGINA 122 TERZA DISPENSA LEGATURA CON FIORITURE SPARSE UNA MACCHIA AL PIATTO INFERIORE PIEGHE E UNO STRAPPO AL PIATTO ANTERIORE DORSO MANCANTE LEGGERE FIORITURE ALLE PAGINE INTERNE … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Preziosi Scritti [Corridonia, MC, Italy]
2019-02-25 09:24:13
N.P.Rozanov
Moscow, 1869. Moscow. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): O Tat'yaninskoj cerkvi imperatorskogo Moskovskogo universiteta. / About Tatyana's Church of the Imperial Moscow University. 1869. Moscow. N.P.Rozanov. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. Land of Magazines has thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. SKUMS000859 kn_kl . Good. n/a. n/a. 1869.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-02-23 22:21:24
Burton, Richard F.
Tinsley Brothers, 1869. Explorations of the Highlands of the Brazil, With a Full Account of the Gold and Diamond Mines; Also, Canoeing Down 1500 Miles of the Great River Sao Francisco, From Sabara to the Sea Author: Burton, Richard F. Published: London; Tinsley Brothers, 1869 Binding: Condition: (please see full item description for details) Description: Two volumes. 8vo, pp xii, 443; viii, 478, [2] (ads), each with engraved frontispiece and title page vignette. Publisher's green cloth ruled in blind on the boards. Not first issue, but also not matching Penzer's description of the second issue binding, and with no folding map. Bindings feel a bit delicate but are still sound. Boards show only light wear to the extremities. Bookplate of English doctor, inventor and book collector George Merryweather (1794-1870) on front pastedown of each volume, and some light penciled notes in the margins, as well as a page of penciled notes on the text laid in. Account of Burton's journey from Rio to the rich mining area of Minas Gerais via Tres Barras, River Velhas, Penedond Paulo Afonso Falls. He canoed down the entire 3,000 kilometer length of the previously uncharted Sao Francisco River to the Atlantic. Borba de Moraes I, p. 110; Penzer pp. 78-79. Please email us for additional details about any item and we will respond promptly. Shipping: For orders of more than one book, we will combine shipping whenever possible. Priority and International shipping are available. Please contact us for a quote. Condition Descriptions Defined: We grade our books and dust jackets using the traditional … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: walkaboutbooks [Laguna Niguel, California, US]
2019-02-23 20:44:13
Kinzl, Josef:
Max Prammer's Buchdruckerei, Krems, 1869. 637 Seiten gebundene Ausgabe Ecken/Kanten betossen, marmorierter Einband (dieser ist berieben), grüner Rücken und Ecken, Rücken mit vergilbter Goldprägung, zwischen Deckblatt unf Vorwort Bindung brüchig, Buchblock etwas locker, Seiten vergilbt und stockfleckig, ein paar Eselsohren, eine Lithografie beim Aufschlagen, Titelblatt mit geprägtem Papiervignette an der rechten oberen Ecke, inhaltlich sauber, in Frakturschrift, mittlerer Zustand Versand D: 9,90 EUR
Bookseller: G&G Cedi Management - Antiquariat Liber Antiqua [Switzerland]
2019-02-23 19:16:04
Jones, Charles C. Jr.
In Boston, At The Hall of the American Academy in the Athenaeum Building, Beacon Street, April 28, 1869 Worcestor: Printed by Charles Hamilton, 1869. First Edition. Hardcover. Quarto. [2], 29 pages. 10 blank leaves bound in back. Three quarter red leather binding with reddish marbled paper covered boards. 5 raised bands and gilt lettered title on the spine. Reddish marbled end papers. Illustrated with 2 folding maps. Author Charles C. Jones, Jr. armorial bookplate on the front paste down. Light edge wear to extremities. A very good copy. Scarce 5 copies listed in OCLC as of 12/17: UGA, New York Public Library, Smithsonian, University of Wisconsin, and the American Antiquarian Society. Derenne II page 711 - "Most of this paper incorporated in Jones' Antiquities of the Southern Indians, 1873.."; Sabin 36473. Field 794 lists the same title but has a different description with no date listed. Very good. Item #12093. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: labsrule2014 [Stone Mountain, Georgia, US]
2019-02-23 18:33:23
Toudouze, Isabelle (1850-1907); Adolf Karl Sandoz (Born 1845); A. Chaillot And Guido Gonin ( 1833-1906) (Artists)
London: The Queen. The Lady's Newspaper and Court Chronicle, 1869-1887. 24 Handcolored engravings and lithographs. Sheet size 32 x 23.5 to 40 x 27.5 cm. Mounted with hinges on support sheets. Peintre. - Fille d'Adèle-Anaïs Toudouze. - Mariée à Léon Desgrange. - Mère de Jeanne Desgrange, épouse de l'architecte Anthony Selmersheim (1871-1971) puis du peintre Signac (1863-1935). - Signe, soit "Isabelle Toudouze" soit "Isabelle Desgrange" Born in 1850 Deceased in 1907 , age at death: 57 years old Peintre de fleurs et de modes Parents Gabriel TOUDOUZE, Architecte 1811-1854 Famille originaire de Combrit-Sainte-Marine, Finistère Adèle Anaïs Toudouze COLIN, Artiste Peintre 1822-1899 Spouses and children Married about 1875 to Y DESGRANGE ca 1845- with Jeanne SELMERSHEIM- DESGRANGE, Artiste Peintre ca 1880- Siblings M Gustave TOUDOUZE, Écrivain 1847-1904 Married about 1875 to Marie GALLETTE ca 1855- M Edouard TOUDOUZE, Artiste Peintre 1848-1907 Married 9 July 1900 (Monday), PARIS 75, to Anne M LOIRE, Artiste Peintre 1857- __________ SANDOZ Adolf Karol (born 1845) active: 1889 Adolf Karl Sandoz was born in Odessa. Settled in Paris, he did Fine Arts and was a pupil of Puvis de Chavannes. First illustrator of books for Hachette and Delagrave bookstores, he began his collaboration with L'Illustration in 1889, with fashion designs.
Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts [U.S.A.]
2019-02-23 17:35:40
GOVERNOR THOMAS JONES [?]
Montgomery Alabama AL, 1869. On offer is an interesting, original manuscript relic of Alabama Reconstruction Era politics and post Civil War thought being a six [6] legal sized page manuscript on the evils of Reconstruction, apparently handwritten in Montgomery Alabama and likely by future Alabama Governor Thomas Jones who quotes or copies by hand articles from papers with commentary. [While the papers are unsigned and we cannot guarantee they are in his hand the likely hood given the dates mentioned and the source being the estate of his son, Judge Walter B. Jones of Montgomery we are quite confident of the assertion of authorship.] He was an officer in the Confederate Army and had also published a very rare pamphlet on the Last Days of the Army of Northern Virginia. Many entries relate to quotes from Montgomery Alabama newspapers of the time; a war-date quote of April 4, 1862 regarding the "semi-barbarous element in the Federal Army"; mention of a "Negro lynching" in Arkansas; bemoans CSA officers, including an Alabamian named Battle) who "defected" to the radical reconstruction party; comment regarding Alabama's reconstruction governor Parsons, etc. Overall G+.. Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Manuscript.
Bookseller: M Benjamin Katz FineBooksRareManuscripts [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2019-02-23 14:15:50
W. Cope Devereux
London: Bell & Daldy, 1869. First Edition. Signed and inscribed by the Author: “To Francis Renshaw With the sincere regards of his old friend Wm Cope Devereux Hampstead Septr 16th 1869.” The ‘x’ in Devereux’s signature slightly trimmed or he went beyond the page. Rebound in half leather with marbled boards. Pencil marginalia throughout. 8vo, pp xv, [1], 421, coloured folding map. "The 'Gorgon' was a paddle-wheel sloop dispatched to the east coast of Africa to stop the illegal slave trade in the region. The vessel made its way up the Zambesi to meet the famous missionary-explorer David Livingstone. During the journey, the sailors enjoyed a little sport with hunts after waterbuck, buffalo, and hippopotamus." Czech p48 Czech; Mendelssohn I, p455; Gay p156. Approximately 8 inches tall. Condition Report Externally Spine – good condition – gilt titles on a red label, 5 raised gilt edged bands, 6 compartments, 4 with gilt decoration, gilt date at the bottom of the spine. Joints – good condition – sound. Corners – good condition. Boards – good condition – half calf/marbled boards. Page edges – good condition – top edge slightly darkened, all coloured. See above and photos. Internally Hinges – good condition – sound. Paste downs – good condition. End papers – good condition – half title end paper has been signed by the Author and dated September 16th 1869. Title – good condition – lightly tanned with some foxing, fold out coloured map opposite the title. Pages – good condition – dedication to Captain Bedford from the Author prior to the preface, pages are slightly tanned. Binding – … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Louis88Books [Andover, United Kingdom]
2019-02-23 13:54:39
Robert Walton
London: 1869. Click here to see our other books! Random Recollections of the Midland Circuit Robert Walton 1869-73 Chiswick Press : London 7" by 4.5" 180pp, 227pp SUMMARY A scare two volume set of Robert Walton's Random Recollections. Signed,Signed Binding Overall Condition: Near Fine This book weighs 1 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 22.99 EU Postage: £ 16.99 European Postage: £ 17.99 Asia Postage: £ 22.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 28.99 DESCRIPTION First editions. The first series was published in 1869 and achieved such success that a second series was issued in 1873. In attractive bindings by J Aston. Inscribed by the author to the front blank. A collection of anecdotes written by Walton during his travels around Britain and in particular the Midland circuit of the adminsitration of justice. CONDITION Uniformly bound in full straight-grained morocco by J Aston. Externally, smart with just some rubbing to the head adn tial of the spines and extremtieis. Light marks to boards. Internally firmly bound. Pages are generally clean and bright throughout. Overall Condition: Near Fine GLOSSARY OF TERMS Overall Condition (Dustwrapper condition rating is shown after that for the book itself, where a dustwrapper is present) Fine - Very well preserved copy showing very little wear Very Good Indeed - Only one or two minor faults, really a very attractive copy Very Good - Quite a wide term meaning no major faults but probably several smaller ones often expected given the age of the book, but still a respectable copy Good - Meaning not very good. Some more serious faults as w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2019-02-23 13:12:06
Gary, Clemmitt & Jones, Printers, Richmond, VA, 1869. FIRST EDITION. 117 pp. Softcover in original wraps. Original string-tied binding. Signatures have essentially all loosened from the original string, but all pages and text are here. Also included, and what really sets this copy apart, is the large foldout MAP in the front, bound behind the front wrap. Foxing throughout and some staining/soiling as well. The condition is not the greatest, but it is complete and these are incredibly SCARCE, rarely coming to market, and none are or have been available that I can find with the map. This book gives a complete listing of The Confederate Dead buried in Hollywood up until 1869. The more prominent names such as Pickett and Davis were not interred until years later after their deaths. In spite of the condition, this one being complete makes it an increidbly desirable copy of this SCARCE and important work. Not Ex-Lib. I've done my best to describe the book, but if you have additional questions, please don't hesitate to send me an e-mail.
Bookseller: crottsy [Clemmons, North Carolina, US]
2019-02-23 06:13:09
CHIT, Francis (attributed to).
1869. Albumen print. Good tonal range and in good condition, pasted on card.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
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2019-02-22 19:24:39
Louisa M Alcott. Little Women. (Part Second).Roberts Brothers. 1869. First edition, first printing. Frontispiece with tissue guard. Chocolate endpapers. Alcott. LITTLE WOMEN 1869 1st edition 1st printing Part Second Alcott. LITTLE WOMEN 1869 1st edition 1st printing Part Second Click images to enlarge Description Louisa M Alcott. Little Women. (Part Second). Roberts Brothers. 1869. First edition, first printing. Frontispiece with tissue guard. Chocolate endpapers. 8 pp. adverts to rear. 12mo. Little Women (Part One) was first printed in 1868. Little Women (Part Second) was first printed in 1869. 2000 copies printed. Terra cotta cloth good with rubbing wear to corners, spine tips. Gilt to front bright and atractive. Gilt to spine bright. Slanted, as is common with this volume. Previous owner's bookplate to front pastedown. Name stamped to verson of ffep. Binding solid. Rear inner hinge strengthened witth Japanese paper. Text block clean with an occasional minor sign of use. PLEASE SCROLL TO BOTTOM FOR ADDITIONAL IMAGES. If you require additional images, please contact me. International buyers, please contact me for postage costs. All domestic packages shipped with delivery confirmation. All packages valued over $250.00 shipped with signature confirmations. Delivery confirmation and signature confirmation provide some insurance against the package going missing in the postal system. If you desire actual insurance against loss or damage, please ask and I will provide the costs. All books are sent boxed except in those few cases where it makes sense to send a book mailer, e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lbluestem [Holtsville, New York, US]
2019-02-22 19:24:39
Louisa M Alcott. Little Women. (Part Second).Roberts Brothers. 1869. First edition, first printing. Frontispiece with tissue guard. Chocolate endpapers. Alcott. LITTLE WOMEN 1869 1st edition 1st printing Part Second Alcott. LITTLE WOMEN 1869 1st edition 1st printing Part Second Click images to enlarge Description Louisa M Alcott. Little Women. (Part Second). Roberts Brothers. 1869. First edition, first printing. Frontispiece with tissue guard. Chocolate endpapers. 8 pp. adverts to rear. 12mo. Little Women (Part One) was first printed in 1868. Little Women (Part Second) was first printed in 1869. 2000 copies printed. Purple cloth good with rubbing wear to corners. Spine faded with pulling wear to head and tail. Gilt to front bright and atractive. Gilt to spine a bit faded. Slanted, as is common with this volume. Previous owner's name and date (1869) to flyleaf. Binding solid. Text block generally clean but with an occasional smudge or spot and light stain to outer margin of text block leaves. Very small closed tear to fore-edge margin of one leaf. PLEASE SCROLL TO BOTTOM FOR ADDITIONAL IMAGES. If you require additional images, please contact me. International buyers, please contact me for postage costs. All domestic packages shipped with delivery confirmation. All packages valued over $250.00 shipped with signature confirmations. Delivery confirmation and signature confirmation provide some insurance against the package going missing in the postal system. If you desire actual insurance against loss or damage, please ask and I will provide the costs. All books are sent bo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lbluestem [Holtsville, New York, US]
2019-02-22 19:22:50
DAY & SON, 1869. as shown and described below, i show any damage i saw. VINTAGE book, as shown -- Thick quarto. Original lavishly gilt and interwoven brown cloth both covers and spine, beveled boards. Chromolithographed title and half-title, 100 chromolithographed plates printed on thick card paper each with tissue guard providing a thorough overview of the art of illumination from the 6th-16th Centuries. NOTE: wear at bottom of spine with just a bit of the paper missing (see pic 2), thanks for checking out one of my items, if you like this you will probably like other items i have, i get tons of stuff in diverse fields of collecting and use. NOTE: i will always combine items to save you shipping cost. Why not join all my happy customers? LOCATION-- box ( cut box A) 177. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: syottoys [Tilton, New Hampshire, US]
2019-02-22 17:48:03
Atlas Universel de Géographie Ancienne et Moderne. Dressé par Ambroise Tardieu. Revue et corrigé par A. Vuillemin. Pour l'Intelligence de la Géographie Universelle de Malte-Brun Lavallée. Edité par Furne et Cie., Éditeurs, Paris, 1869 44x28,5 cm. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: 1941denys [Ivry sur Seine, FR]
2019-02-22 12:12:26
Auteur : A. CASSAGNES et Ingénieur Civil, dir. -- Titre : Annales Industrielles : 17 années 1869 - 1886 [Planches] -- Editeur : Fédureau et Cie ; Imrimerie de J. Claye -- Année : 1886 -- 17 volumes in-folio, demi-toile bleu, dos lisses, ch. : table et près de 100 planches légendées sur onglets, doubles pour la plupart, soit 1756 planches au total. Quelques coupes frottées, sinon très bon ensemble. Rare réunion des dix-huit premières années des planches de cette précieuse publication figurant la révolution industrielle en marche. Plans de réalisations tant civiles que militaires, arsenaux, ponts, hauts fourneaux, distilleries, etc., notamment : les abattoirs de la Villlette, la gare d'Orléans, le canal de Suez, le palais de l'Exposition de Vienne, les tramways de Moscou, le palais de l'Exposition universelle de 1878, le pont de Kehl, locomotives à grande vitesse du PLM, la gare du Bourget, les ateliers de construction de l'artillerie à Puteaux, le funiculaire de Fourvière, etc.
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Avenue [31, rue Lécuyer - 93400 Saint-Ouen, FR]
2019-02-22 12:12:26
Please judge the state to look at the pictures,A little repair,1 place coloring,1 place inkdirt. Description Title: Japanese Ukiyo-e Woodblock Print Book 5-835 2-volume Chushingura Yoshitoshi 1869 Formal Name: Seichu Gishi Meimeiden Image: Taiso Yoshitoshi Author: Sumida Ryoko Size: 18cm× 12cm [Length×side] [1 inch = 2.54 cm] Date: 1869 Page: 24.24 pages Condition: C (Please judge the state to look at the pictures,A little repair,1 place coloring,1 place inkdirt) A:Excellent B:Fine C:Good D:Poor Shipping Cost : Free (World Wide) Air Mail #This story is complete. #All 48 people are posted in all colors. About goods A thing with old goods of our shop takes the lead. Since it is not a new article, the stock of goods will be only one point in principle. The goods published in the picture arrive at hand. Depending on goods, there is a damage for old goods. Please refer to the description-of-item columns, such as a hole vacancy, dirt, a tear, and the remains of a stain, and picture by a worm-eaten spot. When you purchase for old goods, you understand the state of goods, etc. and they ask you for purchase. yagiya BOBONGUA STORE yagiya BOBONGUA STORE is on-line antiquarian book store in Tokyo Japan. Ukiyoe-Shunga and Japan focusing on Japanese traditional cultures. s a Shippingommodity of the used bookstore GAVUDOMUZI of Japan. Ships to : World Wide # Standard Air Mail or SAL(Economy Air Mail) of Japan Post Service. # Air Mail and SAL do not have pursuit. # The dispatch method usually becomes treatment called the small packing thing of airmail. Since this dispatch method is not the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: yagiya BOBONGUA STORE [Tokyo, JP]
2019-02-22 06:44:31
Louisa M Alcott. Little Women. (Part Second).Roberts Brothers. 1869. First edition, first printing. Frontispiece with tissue guard. Chocolate endpapers. Alcott. LITTLE WOMEN 1869 1st edition 1st printing Part Second Alcott. LITTLE WOMEN 1869 1st edition 1st printing Part Second Click images to enlarge Description Louisa M Alcott. Little Women. (Part Second). Roberts Brothers. 1869. First edition, first printing. Frontispiece with tissue guard. Chocolate endpapers. 8 pp. adverts to rear. 12mo. Little Women (Part One) was first printed in 1868. Little Women (Part Second) was first printed in 1869. 2000 copies printed. Brown cloth with very good color. Rubbing wear to corners. Spine fwith pulling wear to head and tail, fraying to left joint. Gilt to front and spine bright and atractive. Slanted, as is common with this volume. Previous owner's name to flyleaf. Binding solid. Text block generally clean. PLEASE SCROLL TO BOTTOM FOR ADDITIONAL IMAGES. If you require additional images, please contact me. International buyers, please contact me for postage costs. All domestic packages shipped with delivery confirmation. All packages valued over $250.00 shipped with signature confirmations. Delivery confirmation and signature confirmation provide some insurance against the package going missing in the postal system. If you desire actual insurance against loss or damage, please ask and I will provide the costs. All books are sent boxed except in those few cases where it makes sense to send a book mailer, envelope with cardboard insert, etc. All books are sold with satisfaction gua … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lbluestem [Holtsville, New York, US]
2019-02-22 06:38:43
Louisa M Alcott. Little Women. Roberts Brothers. 1869. [First printed 1868.] Frontispiece with tissue guard. Chocolate endpapers. 10 pp. adverts to rear. Alcott. LITTLE WOMEN 1869 2nd printing ~ printed about January 1869 Alcott. LITTLE WOMEN 1869 2nd printing ~ printed about January 1869 Click images to enlarge Description Louisa M Alcott. Little Women. Roberts Brothers. 1869. [First printed October 1868.] Frontispiece with tissue guard. Chocolate endpapers. 6 pp. adverts to rear. The first printing was October 1868. Little Women was originally published in two parts, with Part Second published in April, 1869. The first printing of Part First had no labeling of Part First to the spine: that is the earliest form of binding. [BAL 158]. And, the first printing lacked any statement at page 341 that Little Women (Part Two) is published in a second volume. This copy is one of the earliest printings of the first edition as it lacks Part First to the spine. And, it lacks the statement at p. 341 noting that Little Women (Part Two) is published in a second volume. Unlike this volume's 6 pages of adverts to the rear, later volumes printed in 1869 -- with the statement at p. 341 and hence presumably after April 1869 -- had ten pages of adverts to the rear. So this is most likely the earliest form of a second printing. Printed just three months after the first. Cloth with very good color. Minor rubbing. Gilt to front remains bright and attractive. Spine color not faded and gilt remains bright. Externally about very good +. Binding firm. Inner hinges strengthened with Japanese paper. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lbluestem [Holtsville, New York, US]
2019-02-22 06:38:43
Louisa M Alcott. Little Women. Roberts Brothers. 1869. [First printed 1868.] Frontispiece with tissue guard. Chocolate endpapers. 10 pp. adverts to rear. An excellent copy. Very hard to find in this condition. Alcott. LITTLE WOMEN 1869 2nd printing ~ earliest form of binding ~ super copy Alcott. LITTLE WOMEN 1869 2nd printing ~ earliest form of binding ~ super copy Click images to enlarge Description Louisa M Alcott. Little Women. Roberts Brothers. 1869. [First printed 1868.] Frontispiece with tissue guard. Chocolate endpapers. 10 pp. adverts to rear. Little Women (Part One) was first printed in 1868. Little Women (Part Second) was first printed in 1869. This copy is Part One. No Part First to the spine. The earliest form of binding. [BAL 158]. With the statement at p. 341 noting that Little Women (Part Two) is published in a second volume. Probably printed in May or June of 1869 - about seven months after the first printing. (The first printing was October 1868.) Cloth with very good color. Minor rubbing. Gilt to front remains bright and attractive. Spine color not faded and gilt remains very bright. Externally about very good + or better: very scarce in this excellent condition. Binding firm. Gift inscription dated 1869 to verso of frontispiece. Text block clean and handsome with an occasional small or sign of use. Internals very good +. A very nice copy: very difficult to find in this nice condition. PLEASE SCROLL TO BOTTOM FOR ADDITIONAL IMAGES. If you require additional images, please contact me. International buyers, please contact me for postage costs. All domes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lbluestem [Holtsville, New York, US]
2019-02-22 00:02:55
Manet, Edouard
Edouard Manet. Original - Radierung von 1869. Titel: CHARLES BAUDELAIRE DE FACE. vierter Zustand. Format Platte: 9,5 x 8 cm. Motiv: 9 x 7,8. Das Blatt ist hinter einem Passepartout gerahmt. Rahmenmaß: 34,7 x 28 cm. Der 4. Zustand dieser Radierung wurde in dem Buch von Asselineau Baudelair, sa vie, son Aeuvre 1896 in Paris veröffentlicht. Der Abzug wurde so beschnitten, dass er nur das Portrait ohne Zierat und den Namen Baudelaires zeigt. In der Darstellung unten links und rechts typografisch bezeichnet. Peint et grave par Manet 1862 und Imp. A. Salmon. Zustand: Altersgemäß guter zustand. Das Blatt wird gerahmt deliefert. Werkverzeichnis: Leymarie / Melot: M 56
Bookseller: Worpswede Fineart [Worpswede, Germany]
2019-02-22 00:02:54
Manet, Edouard
Edouard Manet. Original - Radierung von 1869. Titel: L ENFANT AUX BULLES DE SAVON. Portrait des jungen Leon Leenhoff. Unter der Darstellung rechts typografisch bezeichnet mit E: MANET. Motiv: 19,5 x 16,3 cm. Hinter Glas gerahmt. Rahmen: 32,5 x 27,9 cm. Zustand: Altersgemäß guter Zustand. Werkverzeichnis: Leymarie / Melot: M 57
Bookseller: Worpswede Fineart [Worpswede, Germany]
2019-02-21 21:24:06
Andersen, Hans Christian, Danish poet (1805-1875).
1869. Oblong 8vo. 1 page. A three-stanza poem, published in Andersen's final novel "Lykke-Peer" ("Lucky Peer") and first published in the Danish magazine "Figaro" in 1869. The following year, "Lucky Peer", including our poem was published serially in "Scribner's Monthly" in a translation by Horace E. Scudder: "Like the wind our days are blown, | No tarrying place is here; | From cheeks the roses have flown: | Perished the smile and the tear. | Wherefore, then, smitten with grief? | Sorrow, too, taketh its flight, | Everything fades like the leaf, | Men and women, and daytime and night. | Vanishing, vanishing all! Thy youth, thy hope, and thy friend. | Like the wind, they heed not thy call, | They vanish, nor turn back again!" (transl. from the Danish original). - Folded with some scattered toning and war. A small ink stamp of the Bibliotheca Ovarnforslana on verso; overall in fine condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2019-02-21 19:15:31
P-H Letaudin
Paris: Le livre est dans un très bel état de conservation. Etude historique sur la Cheppe (le camp d'Attila et ses environs) Par P-H Letaudin (La Bataille de Mauriac, 451, opposant les Huns aux Francs) Photos supplementaires ici Ancien instituteur, Chevalier de l'Ordre Impérial de la Légion d'Honneur, membre correspondant de la Société d'Agriculture, Commerce, Sciences et Arts du département de la Marne, etc Editeur : J-L Leroy Imprimeur Libraire, (1869) original. Le livre, en parfait état de conservation, est accompagné dans la page de garde d'une lettre manuscrite datant du 2 août 1869 de Mr Ch Gillet, collaborateur de Mr Pierre Hilaire Lataudin. 5 planches présentent les caractéristiques du camp d'Attila. Des annotations et corrections de la main de Mr Gillet sont présentes dans cet exemplaire, ce qui en fait également un ouvrage unique et exceptionnel. Napoléon III ordonna des fouilles archéologiques au camp d'Attila en 1857. Témoin de celles-ci, l'ancien instituteur de La Cheppe, Pierre Hilaire Létaudin écrit une étude remarquable : « Etude historique sur La Cheppe, le Camp d'Attila et ses environs ». Très bel exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: DesLivres&Nous [Bagnols, FR]
2019-02-21 17:59:52
NASH, Joseph
London: Henry Sotheran, 1869. Full leather. Good. London: Henry Sotheran, 1869. Full leather. Two volumes. Large Folio. The Mansions Of England In The Olden Times. Illustrated with 104 hand-coloured plates. 4 volumes bound into 2 volumes. Bound in the publisher's full red...
Bookseller: Imperial Fine Books ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-02-21 13:50:22
Eccarius, Johann Georg].
Berlin, Albert Eichhoff, 1869. IV, 76 pp. Publisher's printed wrappers. With 14 other rare pamphlets: a total of 742 pp. Basel, Bern, Zürich, Berlin, Chicago & Leipzig, 1866-1874. Bound in contemporary marbled half cloth with handwritten spine label. First book edition: an expanded German revision of the series of articles written by Eccarius in collaboration with his friend Karl Marx, entitled "A Working Man's Refutation of Some Points of Political Economy Endorsed and Advocated by John Stuart Mill" and published in the "Commonwealth" newspaper in 1866-67, just as Marx was completing "Das Kapital". Much of the book, revised by Marx and thus an authorized expression of his views, is dedicated to the subject of capital, labour and population. Both Marx and Engels owned copies inscribed to them by the author; Marx mentioned the title twice in his correspondence with Engels (and later Engels in an 1885 letter to H. Schlüter). At the time of writing, Eccarius was one of the few so privileged to be shown parts of "Das Kapital" as it neared completion, and told friends that "the Prophet Himself is just now having the quintessence of all wisdom published". The copy of "Das Kapital" which Marx inscribed to Eccarius has recently been displayed at the Hamburg exhibition commemorating the 150th anniversary of what remains one of the most influential books ever published. - J. G. Eccarius (1818-89) was a German emigré tailor and labour activist in the English branch of the League of the Just. When Marx and Engels joined the League in 1846, it evolved into the Communist League, and in 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-02-21 13:13:39
BARBEY D'AUREVILLY (Jules)
voir descriptif. BARBEY D'AUREVILLY (Jules). Le Pacha, Rhythme oublié. Caen, Le Blanc-Hardel, 1869. Grand in-16 de 12 pages imprimées à deux couleurs : noire et rouge, fleurons, culs-de-lampe, lettres ornées. Edition originale extrêmement rare, publiée à 36 exemplaires seulement. Pâles piqûres à deux feuillets. Broché, couvertures bleues imprimées en noir portant la devis "I bide my time". En excellent état. Cet ouvrage rarissime est la dernière publication de Trébutien qui décédera en 1870. Les envois se font soit : en Colissimo avec suivi sans signature, en Colissimo recommandé avec signature sans assurance, en Colissimo recommandé avec signature et assurance. Pour toute commande supérieure ou égale à 300 euros, le Colissimo recommandé est obligatoire. Le Colissimo recommandé avec signature et assurance est vivement conseillé, si toutefois l'acheteur ne choisit pas ce mode de livraison, aucune réclamation ou demande de remboursement ne pourra être faite au vendeur en cas de perte du colis par la poste. Demandez le prix du port pour l'envoi à l'étranger et les achats groupés. Merci de nous faire parvenir le règlement sous 7 jours.
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE BERTRAN [Rouen, FR]
2019-02-21 02:33:15
BUTLER, Josephine (ed.)
London: Macmillan and Co., 1869. London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1869. A Series of Essays. Octavo. Original blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt, boards panelled in blind, brown coated endpapers, unopened. Ownership stamp, William Maxwell, "Grocer & Spirit Merchant", to half-title. Spine faded, ends and corners bumped with some wear, extremities a touch rubbed, endpapers a little soiled with remnants of adhesive to front pastedown, initial and final gatherings foxed with the occasional spot to contents, else a very good copy, internally bright. First edition of this cornerstone work in women's history, edited and introduced by the English feminist and social reformer Josephine Butler, her contribution to this volume praised as "her most comprehensive, theoretical statement about the woman question … [and] her first public effort to integrate the discussion of prostitution and the double standard into a general discussion of the condition of women" (ODNB). Butler's introduction is followed by ten essays on a variety of related topics such as the teaching of science, female suffrage, and the professions of medicine and education for women, by writers such as Frances Power Cobbe, Jessie Boucherett, Sophia Jex-Blake, Julia Wedgwood, and Elizabeth C. Wolstenholme.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2019-02-20 22:15:52
VERY REV HENRY ALFORD
VERY RARE BOOK ONLY ONE OTHER COPY FOR SALE WORLDWIDE AT PRESENT,AND ONLY HELD IN 12 LIBRARIES SPECIAL COLLECTIONS IN EUROPE AND THE USA.BOOK FEATURES PICTURES OF CRAYON DRAWINGS DONE BY LEONARDO DA VINCI.BOOK IS IN GOOD CONDITION BUT NEEDS A BIT OF TLC. OUR LORD AND HIS TWELVE DISCIPLES. A SERIES OF PHOTOGRAPHS AFTER THE CRAYON DRAWINGS OF LEONARDO DA VINCI EDITED WITH A HISTORY OF EACH DISCIPLE BY THE VERY REV HENRY ALFORD (DEAN OF CANTERBURY). GREEN CLOTH WITH GILTED WRITING COVERED HARD BACK BOOK IN GOOD CONDITION FOR AGE . FEATURES INSET PHOTOGRAPHS OF LEONARDO DA VINCI CRAYON DRAWINGS AND DESCRIPTION OF EACH DISCIPLE. THIS IS A FIRST EDITION PUBLICATION THAT WAS PUBLISHED IN 1869 BY BELL AND DALDY OF LONDON. VERY RARE BOOK WITH ONLY 12 COPIES IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES WORLDWIDE SLIGHT AGE RELATED BUMPING OF THE SPINE AND CORNERS. BOOK NEEDS SOME SLIGHT TLC AS THE FIRST 3 PAGES HAVE BECOME DETACHED FROM SPINE AND SOME FOXING AND SPOTTING OF THE PAGES THROUGH OUT. THIS BOOK IS A REAL TREASURE AND DUE TO ITS PRECIOUS NATURE THIS ITEM IS STRICTLY CASH ON COLLECTION ONLY OR BUYER ARRANGES OWN COURIER WITH PROOF OF INSURANCE FIRST. THE BOOK WEIGHS 1.3KG WITHOUT PACKAGING. BUY IT NOW FOR ONLY £19000 OR BEST OFFER OR CAN POST FOR ADDITIONAL COST WITH INSURANCE. VIEWINGS WELCOMED BY ARRANGEMENT ON TEL 07843 130260 MORE PICTURES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: trimming18 [Swindon, GB]
2019-02-20 17:19:03
MILL, John Stuart
London: Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, 1869. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (197 x 125 mm). [4], 188 pp., including half-title. Original blind-stamped tan cloth, gilt-lettered spine (extremities little rubbed). Pages uncut. Text little age-toned, light foxing to free endpapers, half-title and final page. Provenance: Arnold Heertje (bookplate to front pastedown); J.S.v.H (monogrammed bookplate to first free endpaper). A fine, clean and unmarked copy. ---- M. Ladd-Franklin, The Case for Woman Suffrage - A Bibliography, pp. 34-35. Printing and the Mind of Man 345 & 398 (rem). FIRST EDITION of a cornerstone work in the literature of gender equality and the emancipation of women on Mill's utilitarian grounds. Seymour-Smith calls it "[t]he most vehement feminist tract in English after the Vindication of Mary Wollstonecraft" (Martin Seymour-Smith, The 100 Most Influential Books Ever Written, p. 353). Mill's support of women's equality evolved from his theories of individual liberty, and this work reveals his concern for the status of many women whose intellect and capabilites were overshadowed by societal and chauvinistic misconceptions of women being the weaker sex. The first paragraph of this book reads "The object of this Essay is to explain as clearly as I am able ... that the principle which regulates the existing social relations between the two sexes - the legal subordination of one sex to the other - is wrong itself, and now one of the chief hindrances to human improvement, and that it ought to be replaced by a principle of perfect equality, admi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-02-20 16:51:18
Moister Rev William
London: Hamilton, Adams, and Co, 1869. Presentation copy, '' To the Rev Samuel Hardey with the kindest regards and best wishes, the author W. Moister. Newport J. W. 10th aug, 1869 ''. Bound in original publishers embossed and gilt cloth, brown endpapers. Spine repaired, age darkened. Binding in very good clean firm condition. Internally, front endpaper chipped. Pages in good clean condition. A very nice presentation copy. . Publishers Cloth. Very Good. 8vo.
Bookseller: George Jeffery Books [HERTFORDSHIRE, United Kingdom]
2019-02-20 15:45:53
Robert E. Draper
H.S. Crocker & Co, Steam Printers and Stationers, 1869. 8vo, cardboard covers with advtg, 275 pp. i-iv, 1-275 Includes list of Post Offices on the Pacific Coast, Money Order Offices, General Directory, City Business Directory, State Offices, Sacramento City Government, County Directory, local history and statistics, hundreds of advts. Ex Libris William Neely Johnson, with his signature on p 13. Johnson was Secretary of California’s Board of Land Commissioners, was the State’s second appointed State Librarian [an interim appointment for 4 months in 1870], and brother of Gov. John Neely Johnson [1856-1858]. Condition: Covers heavily worn; damp-stained at lower right front; rear board was very heavily damaged but was professionally restored. Spine is modernly rebacked in black morocco to match the original leather, gilt titles. 6 pages of advertisements in the front are on thinner paper and somewhat worn, but still in good shape and fully intact. Three leaves in the back with marginal archival paper repairs, not affecting the text. Back end paper replaced. Text block is bright and clean, near very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Burns Bizarre [Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-02-20 12:56:11
30 CITIZENS OF MADISON ALABAMA
MADISON ALABAMA: (1869). Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. On offer is an interesting, original manuscript relic reflective of Southern Reconstruction Era woes and gripes between citizens and Government, this being an 1869 Madison, Alabama handwritten document; a Reconstruction Era petition and as stated a protest by the Citizens of Madison against a proposed sale by the Mayor and Aldermen of the street between the store house of the Wise Mercantile Co. and that of Mr. L. Hardage, running from Front St. to Martin St. with 30 autograph signatures and likely a few names of recent combatants including: A Hardage, S. H. Floyd, P. B. Fletcher, R E Wiggins, Leslie Fletcher, J A Humphrey, G. W. Martin, JJ Canterbury, John Nance, Richard Mason. 8.5" x 14" some soiling, wear, else G+.. Manuscript. Book Condition: Good
Bookseller: M. Benjamin Katz, Fine Books/Rare Manuscripts [Toronto, ON, CANADA]
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