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2017-09-11 13:48:20
Kolb, Georg Friedrich, Publizist und Politiker (1808-1884).
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-09-11 13:48:20
HULL Hugh Munro
and a full description of the several countries and their products; with a paper on local industries.First edition. 12mo. Fine in original printed wrappers. 2ads, 48, 2ads.pp. Hobart Town, Printed for the Tasmanian Government by W. Fletcher,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2017-09-11 09:18:50
Pichler, Adolf von, Schriftsteller und Naturforscher (1819-1900).
Innsbruck [?], 12. XII. 1871. 1 S. 8vo. An den namentlich nicht genannten Priester, Dichter, Historiker Josef Thaler: "Gern will ich Ihrer geschätzten Einladung folgen u. für die Deutsche Zeitung gelegentlich Feuilletons schreiben. Für den Augenblick habe ich freilich nichts [.] Hier ein kleines Büchlein, von dem ich hoffe, daß es nicht schlecht ist, weil es klein ist. Vielleicht widmen Sie ihm eine kurze Besprechung [.]". - Adolf von Pichler war Arzt und nahm 1848 als Hauptmann der akademischen Tiroler Schützenkompanie am "wälschtirolerischen Krieg" teil. 1849 wurde er in Innsbruck Gymnasiallehrer für Deutsch und Naturgeschichte. 1867-89 war er Prof. der Mineralogie und Geologie an der Univ. Innsbruck.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-09-11 01:48:39
Horne, R. H. (Richard H.) (1802-1884)
London : printed for private distribution [by Robson and Sons], 1871. First Edition. Very good paperback copy; edges somewhat slightly dust-dulled and nicked. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Some very minor wear and tear to spine. Text internally sound. Additional scans available upon request. ; 8vo 8"" - 9"" tall; 32 pages; Physical description. : xi, [13]-32 p. ; 24 cm. Subject: Transatlantic cables - Peace -- Poetry. Utopias..
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Ireland]
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2017-09-11 01:48:39
Horne, R. H. (Richard H.) (1802-1884)
London : printed for private distribution [by Robson and Sons], 1871. Very good paperback copy; edges somewhat slightly dust-dulled and nicked. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Some very minor wear and tear to spine. Text internally sound. Additional scans available upon request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 32 pages; Physical description. : xi, [13]-32 p. ; 24 cm. Subject: Transatlantic cables - Peace -- Poetry. Utopias. 1 Kg. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-09-10 23:17:19
Darwin, Charles
NY: Appleton, 1871. NY: Appleton. Good with no dust jacket. 1871. Hardcover. Reddish-brown cloth stamped in black, titled in gilt. Two volumes. Board corners frayed, backstrip split and loose v. 1, shallow loss to spine ends, hinges starting. PO stamps and stickers to fep and PO name to 3rd ffep. Occasional dampstains to page edges, mild humidity wave to pages. Volume 2 is more dampstained and has a musty smell. V. 1 409 pp plus ads, v. 2 436 pp plus ads. Contents unmarked. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .
Bookseller: curtis paul books, inc. [Northridge, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-09-10 16:18:29
Zepharovich, Victor Leopold Ritter v. -
Prag 5.II.1871. 1 Seite gr.-8. Kariertes Papier. Mit Wappenprägung am Kopf. Victor Leopold Ritter von Zepharovich (1830-1890), österreichischer Paläontologe, bedeutender Vertreter der physikalisch-kristallographischen Richtung seines Fachs, Entdecker mehrerer Minerale. - Vermutlich an einen Wiener Kollegen."... ich ... möchte gerne ... auch Ihr freundliches Versprechen die Atakamit-Sendung betreffend in Erinnerung bringen, - Sie wollten doch der letzteren gefälligst den Rückweg von Tschermak in Wien, über mich und Prag anweisen ... Darf ich darauf rechnen? ..."
Bookseller: MedicusBooks.Com
2017-09-10 11:49:46
Rohlfs, Gerhard
Bremen, J. Kühtmann, 1871. 2 Bll., II S. (Vorrede), 1 Bl., 197 S., 1 Bl.; 2 Bll., 148 S. 8°. Braune, marmor. Pp. d. Zt. (Pappeinband der Zeit) mit rotem RSchild (Bibliothekseinbände des ausgehenden 19. Jhs.). - Erste Ausgabe. - Dinse 548. - Kainbacher I, S. 115. - Embacher 249f. - Gerhard Rohlfs (1831-1896) gehört zusammen mit Barth und Nachtigal zu den größten deutschen Afrikaforschern und trug wesentlich zur Erforschung der Sahara, Libyens und des Sudan, jedoch auch der westlichen und mittleren Provinzen Marokkos bei. - Vorliegende Ausgabe beschreibt seine Forschungsreise nach Tripolis und die von dort aus unternommene Reise nach Kyrenaika im östlichen Libyen und der Oase des Jupiter Ammon (heute "Oase Siwa") in den Jahren 1868-1869. - Rohlfs "wendete sich, um den bisher noch nicht von ihm besuchten östlichen Theil der großen Wüste kennen zu lernen, nach dem alten Culturlande der Cyrenaica. Er fuhr von Tripolis nach Benghasi, untersuchte die Ruinenstätten der Pentapolis und drang auf wenig begangenen Karawanenpfaden südwärts nach den Oasen Audjila und Djalo vor. Dann zog er am Nordrande der Libyschen Wüste hin, zunächst nach der Oase Siwah mit ihren merkwürdigen Resten antiker Bauwerke, und dann weiter nach Aegypten. Dabei stellte er als Erster das Vorhandensein eines ausgedehnten Depressionsgebietes fest, das erheblich unter den Spiegel des Mittelmeeres herabsinkt. Daneben lernte er auch die an Einfluß stetig zunehmende mohammedanische Brüderschaft der Senussi kennen, welche sich bemüht, die Welt des Islam durch Verschärfung des religiösen Fanatismus vor den Einflüssen d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARNO ADLER - Buchhandlung u. Antiquariat [Lübeck, Germany]
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2017-09-10 06:24:24
ohne Autor
C. Grasset, Lausanne, 1871. kl. 8° 62 S., Obr. Einb. ber., best. u. l. fleck., sonst gut [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücherwurm [Kiel, Germany]
2017-09-10 06:24:24
ohne Autor
C. Grasset, 1871. 2. / LI 32655 / Zustand Einb. ber., best. u. l. fleck., sonst gutSeit 1982 das Antiquariat in Norddeutschland. Als Familienunternehmen konkurrieren wir nicht mit Billiganbietern und stehen für persönliche Beratung, ausgesuchte Ware, faire Preise. Warenbestand: 70.000. Davon online nur 13.000.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücherwurm [Germany]
2017-09-10 01:32:25
George Eliot [Mary Anne Evans]:
London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1871, 1872, 1872, 1873. London:: William Blackwood and Sons,, 1871, 1872, 1872, 1873.. First editions, except Vol IV New edition.. Hardcover. VG+. Very good set in refurbished contemporary bindings of green half calf with five raised bands and two spine labels, with marbled boards and endpapers. Half titles present, all edges red. Contents very clean and fresh. Translation rights note at foot of title shaved in Vol I, and lost in Vol III. Some rubbing to boards: spines bright, with good patina. A really very nice set.
Bookseller: Chapel Books [Westleton, SFK, United Kingdom]
2017-09-09 20:24:25
WHITMAN, Walt (1819-1892)
Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1871. First Edition. 8vo: vii,[1],[9]-24,[2]pp. Original dark green FL cloth over beveled boards, upper cover stamped in gilt, top edge gilt, plain paper end papers. (BAL notes two bindings, "no sequence established." Ours is binding B, apparently the scarcer of the two. Binding A was of flexible FL cloth (green or terra-cotta). Virtually pristine: fine, bright copy, enclosed in a purpose-made chemise and quarter morocco slipcase. BAL 21405. Wells & Goldsmith, pp. 15-16. Myerson, p. 180-182. First book edition (or second, according to Meyerson) of a poem originally published in broadside format. "This little book, reprinting Whitman's poem that was commissioned for the Managers American Institute Exhibition in New York in 1871, was printed by Roberts Brothers in Boston, and stereotyped by John Wilson and Son in an edition of 2,000 copies; at least 300 copies remained unbound as late as 1889. Whitman eventually retitled the poem "Song of the Exposition" and included it in Leaves of Grass. He issued the book in two different colored bindings, initiating a pattern he would follow with others of his last books--to give readers a choice between dark green and dark red. . . . He was proud of this little book, talking about how "wonderfully neat" it was: "How healthy the print!--the big clean type!" And he found particular significance in the cover: "This is my design--I conceived it." (Folsom, Whitman Making Books/Books Making Whitman) According to Myerson, in 1889 David McKay (then Whitman's publisher) took remainder sheets of the original issue and had … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd [U.S.A.]
2017-09-09 19:33:24
ALCOTT, Louisa M[ay]
0 - ALCOTT, Louisa M[ay]. Little Men: Life at Plumfield with Jo's Boys. Original cloth. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1871. First American edition. BAL 167. Very slight shelfwear, else a near fine copy in a custom cloth box with leather spine label. With an ANS, "Miss Alcott is so busy she cannot write notes to little girls. If she did there would be no stories for them to read." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: G.S. MacManus Co., ABAA [U.S.A.]
2017-09-09 16:00:19
FURNIVALL, Frederick J. (editor).:
London, printed for The Ballad Society by Taylor & Co, London 1871.. unto his freend, a Citizen and Merchaunt of London. Re-edited with forewords describing all the accessible books, tales and ballads in Captain Cox's list and the Complaynt of Scotland 1548-9. 8vo, approximately 220 x 140 mm, 8½ x 5¾ inches, engraved folding plan of Kenilworth Castle at page 63, 1 small text illustration, pages: clxxxii, 1-87, bound in half morocco, gilt lettering and rules to spine, cloth covers, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, Slight fading to spine, pale foxing affecting many margins and engraved plan, foxing at rear affects several pages of text, small private library label to top of first pastedown (West Dean Library), otherwise a very good tight copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2017-09-09 11:25:20
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward]
- Second edition, Blackwood, Edinburgh and London 1871. (6),292 pages. In the original red decorated cloth binding. Minor wear on extremities. Former owners name on front endpaper. A very fine copy of the second edition, identical with and printed the same year as the first edition. An early milestone in science fiction.[#188458] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Redins antikvariat [Sweden]
2017-09-08 13:54:05
DARWIN, Charles (1809-1882)
London: John Murray [through 1894], 1871. Early Reprint. 8vo: xvi,693,[1]pp, profusely illustrated with 78 woodcuts. Original publisher's green pebbled cloth, covers paneled in blind, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, patterned end papers. A truly superb, unopened copy, virtually pristine, save for brown-spotting to paste downs and blanks and one bumped corner. Binding tight, gilt bright, contents clean, crisp and unmarked. Freeman 976. Norman 599. Garrison-Morton 227. Second Edition (Thirty-First Thousand), revised and augmented, of Darwin's second great book on evolutionary theory (first published in 1871, in two volumes, and first to contain the word "evolution," preceding its appearance in the sixth edition of The Origin of Species the following year). Darwin had skirted the issue of man in the Origin; his readers had to wait for the Descent to read unequivocally that "man is descended from a hairy, tailed quadruped." In it, Darwin "compared man's physical and psychological characteristics to similar traits in apes and other animals, showing how even man's mind and moral sense could have developed through evolutionary processes." (Norman) The book also discusses many related issues, including evolutionary psychology, evolutionary ethics, differences among human races and between the sexes, and the relevance of evolutionary theory to society. The Second Edition edition was extensively revised with new preface, Table of the Principal Corrections and Additions to the Present Edition, and a note added by T. H. Huxley on the brains of man and apes. It consists of three p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd [U.S.A.]
2017-09-08 06:30:35
Mangoldt, Hans von:
Berlin, Verlag für Sprach- und Handelswissenschaft, (1871). Zweite, nach dem Tode des Verfassers veranstaltete Auflage bearbeitet von Friedrich Kleinwächter XVI, 250 S. 22 x 16 cm, Halbleinen Einband berieben und Rücken ausgebleicht. Besitzerstempel und handschriftlicher Besitzereintrag auf Vorsatz. Durchgehend fleckig. Insgesamt recht gut erhalten. \"Hans Karl Emil von Mangoldt (* 9. Juni 1824 in Dresden, Königreich Sachsen; † 19. April 1868 in Wiesbaden, Hessen-Nassau) war ein deutscher Staats- und Wirtschaftswissenschaftler.Hans von Mangoldt entstammte dem alten osterländischen Adelsgeschlecht der von Mangoldt aus Posern bei Weißenfels (Sachsen-Anhalt). Er war der Sohn des königlich sächsischen Appellationsgerichtspräsidenten Karl von Mangoldt (1795–1870) und dessen erster Ehefrau Emilie von Reiboldt (1798–1835).Mangoldt heiratete am 11. Juni 1853 in Dresden Louise von Lengerke (1834–1920), die Tochter des Kaufmanns Friedrich von Lengerke und der Louise Kalisky.Seine Söhne waren der Mathematiker Hans von Mangoldt (1854–1925), königlich preußischer Geheimer Regierungsrat und Professor an der Technischen Hochschule Danzig und Karl von Mangoldt (1868–1945), Wohnungsreformer, Sekretär des „Instituts für Gemeinwohl“, Gründer, Vorsitzender und Geschäftsführer des „Vereins Reichswohnungsgesetz“ (ab 1904 „Deutscher Verein für Wohnungsreform“).Mangoldt studierte ab 1842 Rechts- und Staatswissenschaften an den Universitäten Leipzig, Genf und Tübingen. Er promovierte 1847 bei Johannes Fallati mit der Arbeit: „Die Aufgabe, Stellung und Einrichtung der Sparkassen“. Mangoldt ging nac … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Göppinger Antiquariat
2017-09-07 21:39:11
Kiepert, H.:
Reimer, 1871 - Deckel berieben/kratzspurig, Deckelinnere repariert, Seiten altersgemäß angedunkelt und stellenweise geknickt/am Rand angerissen , Preise inkl. Mwst. , Preis inkl. MwSt. . Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 754
Bookseller: Versand-Antiquariat Konrad von Agris
2017-09-07 10:21:23
Glaisher, James, 1809-1903
London, Richard Bentley, 1871. Hard Cover. xxix, 398 p. incl. illus., plates, ports., colored front., 5 chromolithographs, maps, diagrams; 26 cm. Title continues: Edited By James Glaisher, F.R.S. Second and Revised Edition With One-Hundred and Twenty-Five Illustrations. A report on balloon ascensions in France, made to study the atmosphere and the physiological effects on man of high altitudes. This is a classic pioneer work in aviation history and medicine. In this second edition the use of balloons in the Siege of Paris is reported. Good, wear to edges, red cloth soiled. Stock#OB045.
Bookseller: The Owl at the Bridge
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2017-09-06 23:57:01
Berla, Alois, d. i. A. Scheich(e)l, Schriftsteller (1826-1896).
O. O., 31. III. / 1. IV. 1871. - 1¾ SS. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-8vo. An eine Dame: "Der Mann, den sich dein Herz erkoren, | Der einst der Kunst zum Heil geboren, | Hat gestern man im Künstlerkreise | Gefeiert in gar schöner Weise [.]". - Der in Wien geborene Dramatiker studierte ursprünglich Musik, war später als Schauspieler und Sänger tätig und verfaßte 1848 sein erstes Theaterstück "Der letzte Zopf", das am Deutschen Theater in Pext uraufgeführt wurde. "Daraufhin wurde er als Theaterdichter an das Theater an der Wien verpflichtet. Berla schrieb rund 130 Bühnenstücke, von denen 'Drei Paar Schuhe' (1871) und 'Das verwunschene Schloß' (1877) von Karl Millöcker vertont wurden. Ferner übersetzte und bearbeitete er fremde Bühnenstücke" (DBE). - Mit kleinen Randläsuren.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
2017-09-06 21:46:01
Arrangoiz, Francisco de Paula de
Imprenta a cargo de D. A. Pérez Dubrull - Estrada, Madrid, 1871. 403,127p; 432, 50 p., 1 h.; 356, 122 p., 1 h.; 350 p. ,1 h., 29 p., 1 h. Tomos I - IV. 22cmx14cm. Tomo I: Con dedicatoria del autor al Marqués de Barranallana; cajos quebrados. Lomos con etiquetas de antiguas bibliotecas y texto con sellos de antigua biblioteca. Encuadernados en pasta dura, lomo en piel con tejuelos y títulos en dorado. Relación de los principales acontecimientos políticos que han tenido lugar desde la prisión del Virrey Iturrigaray hasta la caída del Segundo Imperio. Con una noticia preliminar del sistema general de gobierno que regía en 1808 y del estado en que se hallaba el país en aquel año. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Urbe [Ciudad de México, DF, Mexico]
2017-09-06 14:54:50
Strodtmann, Adolf:
A. Duncker's Buch-Verlag,, Berlin, 1871. 22 x 14 cm. 136 / 185 S. ISBN: Keine. Dunkelbrauner Halbledereinband mit Lederecken. / half leather // marmorierter Schnitt . No jacket. Guter Zustand / Good condition. Rücken Berieben / Geringfügige Läsuren. 1. Auflage. Sprache: De, * Versandfertig innerhalb von 20 Stunden! EL9. (EB). Jpg. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Umbras Kuriositätenkabinett [Berlin, Germany]
2017-09-06 14:54:50
Zipperer Paul
Zipperer Paul. "Reden der verfassungstreuen Patrioten in den bayerischen kammern über die Versailler Verträge. Getreu nach den stenographischen Berichten nebst Vorwort und Anhang. Dem bayerischen Volke gewidmet von einem Patrioten. München, 1871. In Comission von Paul Zipperer." 8°, IV, 218 S., I. Gering stockfleckig. Originalband aus dem Jahr 1781. Insgesamt sind 17 Reden abgedruckt. Aus der freiherrlich von Schrottenburgschen Bibiliothek. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
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2017-09-06 10:54:48
BONFILS, Felix.
Beyrouth, ca. 1871. Original photograph, albumen print, 17,5 x 23 cm, on mount, photograph no. 54. Browned spots. KEYWORDS:egypt/thebe/photo
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Krul Antiquarian Bo
2017-09-06 10:54:48
BONFILS, Felix.
Beyrouth, ca. 1871. Original photograph, albumen print, 23 x 17,4 cm, on mount, photograph no. 71. KEYWORDS:egypt/phylae/photo
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Krul Antiquarian Bo
2017-09-06 10:54:48
BONFILS, Felix.
Beyrouth, ca. 1871. Original photograph, albumen print, 17,7 x 23,6 cm, albumen print, on mount, photograph no 68. l KEYWORDS:egypt/phylae/photo
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Krul Antiquarian Bo
2017-09-06 10:54:48
BONFILS, Felix.
Beyrouth, ca. 1871. Original photograph, albumen print, 17,8 x 23,5 cm, on mount, photograph no. 56. KEYWORDS:egypt/thebe/photo
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Krul Antiquarian Bo
2017-09-06 10:15:06
1871. Billet imprim? (10 x 17 cm) compl?t? ? l'encre du temps. Cachets Suret? G?n?rale Gare de Lyon - Commissariat de Surveillance Administrative et L?gation des Etats-Unis d'Am?rique.
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2017-09-06 07:49:50
La Marmora Alfonso Ferrero
C. Voghera, 1871. In 8, pp. 246, 139. Rilegat. coeva m. pelle, fregi e titoli in oro sul dorso. Firma di possesso. Rarissime fioriture sparse ed alcune lievi sottol. a matita con rare glosse al vol. 2.
Bookseller: Nuovi Quaderni di Capestrano
2017-09-06 07:49:50
La Marmora Alfonso Ferrero
C. Voghera, Firenze 1871 - In 8, pp. 246, 139. Rilegat. coeva m. pelle, fregi e titoli in oro sul dorso. Firma di possesso. Rarissime fioriture sparse ed alcune lievi sottol. a matita con rare glosse al vol. 2.
Bookseller: Nuovi Quaderni di Capestrano S.R.L.
2017-09-05 19:27:08
MACAULAY, Thomas Babington.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-09-04 17:10:57
Christopher Clark
In the aftermath of World War II, Prussia--a centuries-old state pivotal to Europe's development--ceased to exist. In their eagerness to erase all traces of the Third Reich from the earth, the Allies believed that Prussia, the very embodiment of German militarism, had to be abolished. But as Christopher Clark reveals in this pioneering history, Prussia's legacy is far more complex. Though now a fading memory in Europe's heartland, the true story of Prussia offers a remarkable glimpse into the dynamic rise of modern Europe. What we find is a kingdom that existed nearly half a millennium ago as a patchwork of territorial fragments, with neither significant resources nor a coherent culture. With its capital in Berlin, Prussia grew from being a small, poor, disregarded medieval state into one of the most vigorous and powerful nations in Europe. Iron Kingdom traces Prussia's involvement in the continent's foundational religious and political conflagrations: from the devastations of the Thirty Years War through centuries of political machinations to the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire, from the enlightenment of Frederick the Great to the destructive conquests of Napoleon, and from the "iron and blood" policies of Bismarck to the creation of the German Empire in 1871, and all that implied for the tumultuous twentieth century. By 1947, Prussia was deemed an intolerable threat to the safety of Europe what is often forgotten, Clark argues, is that it had also been an exemplar of the European humanistic tradition, boasting a formidable government administration, an incorruptible … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ivertalen
2017-09-04 15:46:19
VEDRINE / BANDEL / FOURNET
VIVES LOUIS. R320081174: 1871. In-8. Relié demi-cuir. Bon état, Coins frottés, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. (XIX + 642) + 637 + 718 + 649 pages - Auteur, titre, tomaison, filets dorés au dos de chacun des volumes - Dos cen cuir rouge - Plats jaspés - 2 PHOTOS DISPONIBLES - . . . . Classification Dewey : 260-Théologie sociale chrétienne [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2017-09-04 15:02:26
Reimer, Dietrich, Berlin
Reimer, Dietrich, Berlin. Australia, anno 1871, map big size, Reimer Berlin "Australien" old handcolored steel engraved map by E. Reyher 1871 sheet size ca. 48,5 x 60 cm map ca. 41 x 53 cm - centerfolded, slightly browned, partly spotted - [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2017-09-04 11:47:10
LEIMEN/b. Heidelberg: SANKT ILGEN:
- dat. 1871, 45,5 x 64,5 Interessante Karte des Gebietes um Sankt Ilgen, das heute zur Stadt Leimen gehört, im Maßstab 1: 10000. - Der Titel befindet sich rechts oben. Darunter die Zeichenerklärungen. Mit farbiger Darstellung der Gebäude, Hausgärten, Wiesen, Wald und der Weinanbaugebiete.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2017-09-04 01:06:32
Bulwer-Lytton, Lord Edward
New York: Francis B. Felt & Co. , 1871. Hardcover Fair 209 pp., 12mo. Hardcover. Reprinted from the English edition. Otherwise known as "Vril;" a science fiction story about a subterranean race of super-beings who subsist on a mystical element called Vril. Moderate sunning & wear to boards & spine, w/ light soiling. Lg tears to spine (bottom half dangling); binding very loose. Hinges torn. Slight foxing, some creases, detached/edgeworn pgs, & sm po writing throughout textblock.
Bookseller: Cellar Stories Bookstore [U.S.A.]
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2017-09-03 18:35:18
PI ZHIWEN 裨治文 [E.C.BRIDGMAN]
Tokyo: Kōsa Rōsōkan 江左老皂館 [Yorozuya Hyōshirō 萬屋兵四郎], 明治辛未 [1871]. Complete in 2 volumes. Volume I: 5 coloured woodblock maps, including one double page coloured map of the world, a map showing the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, another showing the Northern and Southern Hemispheres and a map of the United States. Volume II: 37 maps, two with outline handcolour. Black and white woodblock illustrations in the text in both volumes. Folded sheets 1-47. Volume II: 1-48 + 1. Patterned yellow paper binding soiled in places, lacks title labels. Traditional Japanese 4 hole stab binding. 26 x 18cm. Presented in modern Japanese cloth covered case with toggles. This influential work on the geography and customs of the United States was first published under the title 美理哥合省國志略 [Meilige he sheng guo zhi lue] in Chinese in Singapore in 1838 by American missionary, E.C. Bridgman writing under his Chinese name of Pi Zhiwen 裨治文. With the hope of removing the uncivilised image of the United States, Bridgman had begun writing this book in 1836 and finished it at the end of 1837 with the help of a Chinese man called 梁植 [Liang Zhi]. Following its publication this work became the educated 19th century Chinese persons standard reference for all related to the United States. There are still disputes among the academics with regard to how many Chinese editions of this book exist. However the majority of scholars agree, that besides the first 1838 edition, the other editions are the 1844 Hong Kong edition titled 亚墨利格合众国志略 [Yamolige he zhong guo zhi lue] and the 1861 Shanghai edition 大美联邦志略 [Da mei l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Asia Bookroom [Australia]
2017-09-03 06:02:35
Giles, Arthur E.
Second edition of this uncommon flap anatomy. Anatomical flapbooks have been popular since the 16th century, but it was the introduction of mechanised printing and chromolithography that made the 19th and early 20th centuries the format's golden era. This example is by a well-known obstetrician at the Chelsea Hospital for Women, which was opened in 1871 and operated until 1988. It depicts the female reproductive organs and lower gastrointestinal tract, and also includes a static illustration of fetal anatomy and the placenta. The twelve pages of corresponding text are attached to the verso of the upper board so that they can be read while the flaps are viewed. The content includes detailed information on the anatomy of the female pelvis, reproductive organs, the role of menstruation, and changes that take place during pregnancy. Though much of the information is still considered accurate, Giles argues that ovulation probably occurs during menstruation and not, as we now know, about two weeks later. ...Second Edition. London: Ballière, Tindall and Cox; George Philip & Son, 1903. Octavo. Original olive boards printed in black, red cloth backstrip. The text gathering is attached to the verso of the upper board and the anatomy flaps are attached to the verso of the lower board. Chromolithographic flaps depicting the female reproductive organs and lower gastrointestinal tract. Small pencilled ownership inscription to the lower board. Boards rubbed and a little marked with a few short splits and nicks, corners bumped, contents a little spotted, particularly the title, minor cre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Alembic Rare Books
2017-09-03 01:59:47
Wimpffen, Emmanuel Felix de
Paris :, Bruxelles, etc. : Librairie Internationale, A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven, 1871, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First Edition. Good copy in a contemporary binding of leather-backed marbled boards. Gilt titled and gilt-edged raised bands to spine. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and worn as with age. All edges marble. Decorative endpapers. Some light, scattered marginal foxing. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 382 pages; Physical description: viii,382 p. , 1 folded map. ; 22cm. Subjects: Sedan Campaign, 1870. Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871 - Personal narratives, French. France - History - Military - 19th century - Sources. Language: French. 382 pages. Inventory No: 195215.
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Galway, Ireland]
2017-09-03 00:01:38
WILSON, Alexander and Charles Lucian BONAPARTE
Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, [1871], 1871. Hardcover. Used: Like New. American Ornithology or the Natural History of the Birds of the United States. Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, [1871]. With a Sketch of the Life of Wilson, by George Ord. Three text volumes: Volume I, 214 pp.; Volume II, 390 pp.; Volume III, 426 pp. Lacking the two plate volumes. Includes ‘A Classification of the Genera and Species of American Birds’ by Spencer Baird. All edge gilt, half leather over marbled boards. Covers rubbed. Wilson’s text, based on careful observation, is both descriptive and charming. Oversize-extra postage may be requested.
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2017-09-03 00:01:38
WILSON, Alexander and Charles Lucian BONAPARTE
Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, [1871], 1871. Hardcover. Used: Like New. American Ornithology or the Natural History of the Birds of the United States. Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, [1871]. With a Sketch of the Life of Wilson, by George Ord. Three text volumes: Volume I, 214 pp.; Volume II, 390 pp.; Volume III, 426 pp. Lacking the two plate volumes. Includes ‘A Classification of the Genera and Species of American Birds’ by Spencer Baird. All edge gilt, half leather over marbled boards. Covers rubbed. Wilson’s text, based on careful observation, is both descriptive and charming. Oversize-extra postage may be requested.
Bookseller: Buteo Books
2017-09-02 14:45:42
Publisher
San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Company, 1871. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Sixmo size, 314 pp. Published just two years after the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, which enabled easier and faster travel westward, this pocket travel guide to Yosemite was published "for the ordinary use of the average tourist". In the Preface (dated June, 1871) they point out the merits to this more concise, economical version and go on to state "In a new and fast-growing State, like ours, where railroad companies sometimes lay nearly a league of track a day, it is simply impossible that any publication should remain perfectly accurate in every particular, even for twenty-four hours after its first issue" and offer their thanks in advance to "any traveler, railroad, stage or saddle-train agent, or hotel manager" who submits later information or corrections. Per Currey, pages [7]-71 comprise a guide to Yosemite Valley and the Calaveras, Mariposa, and "southern" giant sequoia groves; it also describes northern routes to the valley with rates for hotels, livery, and guides. The book was reissued in 1872, this is the first 1871 edition. ___DESCRIPTION: Original green cloth with a blind-stamped ruled border on both boards, gilt lettering on the front and spine, 16 mo size (approximately 6.25" tall), pagination: (1)-256, (i)-lviii (publisher's ads), with an additional ad being pasted onto the rear pastedown ("Joseph Gillott's Steel Pens of the Old Standard Quality"). ___CONDITION: Overall in very good condition, with a strong, square text block and solid hinges, the entir … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Swan's Fine Books [U.S.A.]
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2017-09-01 22:50:10
Smith, Robert Angus, schottischer Chemiker (1817-1884).
Manchester, 14. XII. 1871. 2 S., Kl.-8°. An den österr. Chemiker u. Mineralogen Anton Schrötter von Kristelli (1802-1875). - Smith „was a Scottish chemist, who investigated numerous environmental issues. He is famous for his research on air pollution in 1852, in the course of which he discovered what came to be known as acid rain. He is sometimes referred to as the ‚Father of Acid Rain‘ [...]“ (Wikipedia). --- Der in Olmütz geborene Anton Schrötter, Sohn eines Apothekers, studierte ab 1822 zunächst auf Wunsch seines Vaters in Wien Medizin, wechselte dann aber unter dem Einfluss von Friedrich Mohs zu den naturwissenschaftlichen Fächern, speziell der Mineralogie. 1827 erhielt er eine Assistentenstelle für Physik und Mathematik an der Universität Wien. 1830 wurde er Professor für Physik und Chemie am Technischen Institut Joanneum in Graz. Während eines halbjährigen Urlaubs im Jahre 1838 besuchte er chemische Institute in Göttingen, Heidelberg, Frankfurt und Paris. In Gießen machte er sich bei Justus von Liebig mit der organischen Elementaranalyse vertraut. Ab 1843 arbeitete er als Professor für technische Chemie am Polytechnischen Institut der Universität Wien und übernahm dort 1845 die Professur für allgemeine Chemie. Schrötter war neben Baumgartner, Ettingshausen und Haidinger einer der Begründer der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien und wurde 1850 ihr Generalsekretär. Die Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina wählte Schrötter 1856 zu ihrem Mitglied. Ab 1868 leitete er das österreichische Hauptmünzamt und wurde gleichzeitig zum Ministerialrat ernan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2017-09-01 22:45:42
WHITMAN, Walt (1819-1892)
Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1871. First Edition. Cloth. Fine. 8vo: vii,[1],[9]-24,[2]pp. Original dark green FL cloth over beveled boards, upper cover stamped in gilt, top edge gilt, plain paper end papers. (BAL notes two bindings, "no sequence established." Ours is binding B, apparently the scarcer of the two. Binding A was of flexible FL cloth (green or terra-cotta). Virtually pristine: fine, bright copy, enclosed in a purpose-made chemise and quarter morocco slipcase. BAL 21405. Wells & Goldsmith, pp. 15-16. Myerson, p. 180-182. First book edition (or second, according to Meyerson) of a poem originally published in broadside format. "This little book, reprinting Whitman's poem that was commissioned for the Managers American Institute Exhibition in New York in 1871, was printed by Roberts Brothers in Boston, and stereotyped by John Wilson and Son in an edition of 2,000 copies; at least 300 copies remained unbound as late as 1889. Whitman eventually retitled the poem "Song of the Exposition" and included it in Leaves of Grass. He issued the book in two different colored bindings, initiating a pattern he would follow with others of his last books-to give readers a choice between dark green and dark red. . . . He was proud of this little book, talking about how "wonderfully neat" it was: "How healthy the print!-the big clean type!" And he found particular significance in the cover: "This is my design-I conceived it." (Folsom, Whitman Making Books/Books Making Whitman) According to Myerson, in 1889 David McKay (then Whitman's publisher) took remainder sheets of the original iss … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-09-01 22:45:42
WHITMAN, Walt (1819-1892)
Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1871. First Edition. 8vo: vii,[1],[9]-24,[2]pp. Original dark green FL cloth over beveled boards, upper cover stamped in gilt, top edge gilt, plain paper end papers. (BAL notes two bindings, "no sequence established." Ours is binding B, apparently the scarcer of the two. Binding A was of flexible FL cloth (green or terra-cotta). Virtually pristine: fine, bright copy, enclosed in a purpose-made chemise and quarter morocco slipcase. BAL 21405. Wells & Goldsmith, pp. 15-16. Myerson, p. 180-182. First book edition (or second, according to Meyerson) of a poem originally published in broadside format. "This little book, reprinting Whitman's poem that was commissioned for the Managers American Institute Exhibition in New York in 1871, was printed by Roberts Brothers in Boston, and stereotyped by John Wilson and Son in an edition of 2,000 copies; at least 300 copies remained unbound as late as 1889. Whitman eventually retitled the poem "Song of the Exposition" and included it in Leaves of Grass. He issued the book in two different colored bindings, initiating a pattern he would follow with others of his last books--to give readers a choice between dark green and dark red. . . . He was proud of this little book, talking about how "wonderfully neat" it was: "How healthy the print!--the big clean type!" And he found particular significance in the cover: "This is my design--I conceived it." (Folsom, Whitman Making Books/Books Making Whitman) According to Myerson, in 1889 David McKay (then Whitman's publisher) took remainder sheets of the original issue and had … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd [U.S.A.]
2017-09-01 22:45:42
WHITMAN, Walt (1819-1892)
Roberts Brothers, Boston 1871 - 8vo: vii,[1],[9]-24,[2]pp. Original dark green FL cloth over beveled boards, upper cover stamped in gilt, top edge gilt, plain paper end papers. (BAL notes two bindings, "no sequence established." Ours is binding B, apparently the scarcer of the two. Binding A was of flexible FL cloth (green or terra-cotta). Virtually pristine: fine, bright copy, enclosed in a purpose-made chemise and quarter morocco slipcase. BAL 21405. Wells & Goldsmith, pp. 15-16. Myerson, p. 180-182. First book edition (or second, according to Meyerson) of a poem originally published in broadside format. "This little book, reprinting Whitman's poem that was commissioned for the Managers American Institute Exhibition in New York in 1871, was printed by Roberts Brothers in Boston, and stereotyped by John Wilson and Son in an edition of 2,000 copies; at least 300 copies remained unbound as late as 1889. Whitman eventually retitled the poem "Song of the Exposition" and included it in Leaves of Grass. He issued the book in two different colored bindings, initiating a pattern he would follow with others of his last books-to give readers a choice between dark green and dark red. . . . He was proud of this little book, talking about how "wonderfully neat" it was: "How healthy the print!-the big clean type!" And he found particular significance in the cover: "This is my design-I conceived it." (Folsom, Whitman Making Books/Books Making Whitman) According to Myerson, in 1889 David McKay (then Whitman's publisher) took remainder sheets of the original issue and had them bound in clo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd
2017-09-01 22:45:42
WHITMAN, Walt (1819-1892)
Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1871. First Edition. 8vo: vii,[1],[9]-24,[2]pp. Original dark green FL cloth over beveled boards, upper cover stamped in gilt, top edge gilt, plain paper end papers. (BAL notes two bindings, "no sequence established." Ours is binding B, apparently the scarcer of the two. Binding A was of flexible FL cloth (green or terra-cotta). Virtually pristine: fine, bright copy, enclosed in a purpose-made chemise and quarter morocco slipcase. BAL 21405. Wells & Goldsmith, pp. 15-16. Myerson, p. 180-182. First book edition (or second, according to Meyerson) of a poem originally published in broadside format. "This little book, reprinting Whitman's poem that was commissioned for the Managers American Institute Exhibition in New York in 1871, was printed by Roberts Brothers in Boston, and stereotyped by John Wilson and Son in an edition of 2,000 copies; at least 300 copies remained unbound as late as 1889. Whitman eventually retitled the poem "Song of the Exposition" and included it in Leaves of Grass. He issued the book in two different colored bindings, initiating a pattern he would follow with others of his last books--to give readers a choice between dark green and dark red. . . . He was proud of this little book, talking about how "wonderfully neat" it was: "How healthy the print!--the big clean type!" And he found particular significance in the cover: "This is my design--I conceived it." (Folsom, Whitman Making Books/Books Making Whitman) According to Myerson, in 1889 David McKay (then Whitman's publisher) took remainder sheets of the original issue and had … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd [U.S.A.]
2017-09-01 16:14:05
Ellicott, Charles John (ed.)
New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1871. First American edition. 3/4 leather. Very Good +. 8 1/2 x 11 inches. 3 vols. Vol. 1: 563 pages with colored map of Palestine and protective tissue intact. Vol. 2: 468 pages with colored map of the Journeys of St. Paul and protective tissue intact. Margins dampstained on first and last few leaves. Vol. 3: 641 pages with colored map of Roman Empire and protective tissue intact. Last few leaves dampstained at margins. Titles printed in red and black. Pages otherwise bright, clean and free of staining, marking soiling, and foxing. All page edges marbled. First American edition, from the first edition the preceding year. Bound in matching 3/4 maroon leather with marbled boards and marbled endpapers. Gilt title author and volume, and 5 false raised bands to spine. Slight warping and small losses of marbled paper on boards and some of the hinges starting. From the library of Samuel Hart. From the library of Samuel Hart, which experienced a fire that damaged a number of books. As a result, items from Hart's library are extremely rare. Samuel Hart (1845-1917) was dean of the Berkeley Divinity School, the (un)official "middle way" seminary of the Episcopal Church at Middletown, Connecticut. In 1886, he became the third custodian of the Standard Book of Common Prayer. In 1892, he became secretary of the House of Bishops. In 1898, he became the fourth historiographer of the Episcopal Church. He served in all three of these offices until his death. (In 1893, he was elected Bishop of Vermont, but he declined the office.) A unique association copy.
Bookseller: St. Wulfstans Books
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2017-09-01 14:53:31
Photographie originale / Original photograph
1871 - Photographie,Vintage Albumen Print // Circa 1871 // Tirage albuminé // Format (cm): 21x27
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2017-09-01 14:22:38
ROSSET LT COLONEL
1871. LIBRAIRIE ILLUSTREE JULES TALLANDIER. non daté. In-4 Carré. Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos frotté. Intérieur frais. 320 + 335 + 280 pages. Frontispice : dessin en couleurs. Nombreux dessins et photos en noir et blanc dans le texte et hors texte. Tranches rouges.Titre, auteur, tomaison, édition dorés sur le dos cuir marron. Epidermures.
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