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        Goethe-Gallerie, Siebente Auflage. Inscribed From Queen Victoria To Her Eighth Child, Prince Leopold, Duke Of Albany (1853-1884), Dated January 1, 1873 At Osborne House

      Friedrich Bruckmann, Munich / Berlin 1872 - 97 Pp With Mounted Plates. Red Cloth, Heavily Embossed In Gilt, Beveled Edges With Double Borders Embossed In Blind, All Edges Gilt, Cloth Endpapers. Bookplate Of Leopold, Duke Of Albany. Inscription On Second Free Endpaper, "For Dear Leopold, From (Illegible Two Words Dea---- ---A---A)) (Shortened Name Used By Queen Victoria) Osborne January 1, 1873." Leopold Was Then A Student At Oxford. A Fine New Year's Gift, With What We May Now View As Exceptionally Maternal Germanic-Victorian Plates . [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA]
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        Reichs-Gesetzblatt / Reichsgesetzblatt. Lückenlose Folge der Jahre 1872 - 1940 (!) in 64 Büchern incl. Haupt-Sachverzeichnis zum Bundes- und Reichs-Gesetzblatte 1867 bis 1906. Berlin 1907.

      Kaiserlichen Post-Zeitungsamte (Postzeitungsamte) - 1912 / Postanstalten 1913 - 1921 / Berlin im Verlag des Gesetzsammlungsamts 1922 - 1928 / im Reichsverlagsamt 1929 - 1940. 1872 - 4°. Originalhalbleinenbände. Augenscheinlich komplett, jedoch nicht detailliert überprüft. Teils etwas stockfleckig oder angegraut, papierbedingt gebräunt. Insgesamt gut erhaltene Reihe. Selten in dieser vollständigen Reihung. Ab 1922 in den Teilen I (Deutschland) und II (Nicht Deutschland betreffend) erscheinend, bei uns nur Teil I - Deutschland betreffend - vorhanden. -- Versand in fünf Paketen in Deutschland für insgesamt 50€, in die EU für 90€, alle anderen Länder bitte erfragen. Wegen Lagerung im Aussenlager bitte längere Lieferfrist einplanen! P-Keller [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Untersuchungen ueber die Embolischen Processe.

      Berlin: August Hirschwald, 1872. - 8vo. 112 pp. + fold out page with 7 color figs. Original decorative boards. Most of the spinal paper is missing else a tight, very good book. Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Thomas Dorn, ABAA]
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        Archives of the cotton mill ‘De Coster & Rousseau' in Gent (Belgium), ca. 1850-1962. Large box with manuscripts, letters, financial documents, brochures, price lists, etc. concerning this firm, located at the Place des Chartreux 11 in Gent.

      Onder deze naam was de firma werkzaam van 1872-1962. Daarvoor was ze genaamd: Van Acker, De Coster & Cie (1854-1871) en in de periode daaraan voorafgaand als de fabriek van Jean F.L. Bossaert (1843) en Isidore Malfait (1844 e.v.). De genoemde eigenaren warenL Jean-Bernard de Coster-Wittocx, Lisidere Rousseau, Rene Joseph van Acker. Adressen van de firma in de laatste jaren van haar bestaan: Fratensplein 11 en Tolhuislaan 35. Aanwezig zijn dossiers betreffende de jaarlijkse balansen (ca 1870 - ca 1960), een register van ‘payements hebdomadaire' 1878-1880, Register van personeelsleden 1923-1954 met veel personalia, grootboek 1946-1956, contracten van vennootschap, stukken betreffende het onroerend goed, bouwtekeningen van de fabrieksgebouwen, stukken betreffende de aankoop en installatie van machines (met werktekeningen), correspondentie, kwitanties, prijscouranten van de producten, onderscheiding in 1905 (‘decoration industrielle). Daarnaast ook een enkel stuk betreffende de firma Braeckman & Rousseau (1899) en betreffende de bouw van huizen aan de Boulevard du Jardin Zoologique te Gent, in opdracht van de graaf Van der Stegen de Putte.

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        History of Greece [Volumes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12]

      Harper & Brothers, New York 1872 - Very Good in hardcover. 20 by 14 cm. Contains all volumes in the 12 volume set. Volumes 1, 2 and 3 were published in 1871. Remaining 9 volumes were published in 1872. All volumes have decorated covers (front and back) and gilt lettering on spine. Each volume has a small, neat name stamp of former owner on front free blank endpaper. Some spines show chips along the bottom and some wear to corners. Still a well presented set that would display very nicely as a used set. Book store label (small) inside front covers from original seller. Text pages are all clean. Wonderul vintage set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [SYDNEY] Exhibition Building, Alfred Park.

      Circa 1872. Albumen print photograph, 228 x 300 mm, unmounted, verso with contemporary inscription: 'Sydney Exhibition', in good condition, a sharply detailed print with rich tonal range. This photograph was sourced with a group that included similar format prints of the interior of the New South Wales Government Printing Office, strong evidence to suggest that this superb view of the old Exhibition Building in Alfred Park was also taken by the Government Photographer - most probably Charles Pickering. Under magnification, the sign at the front entrance can be read: 'EXHIBITION - OPEN EVERY NIGHT'. The plaques on the front of the building, 'ERECTED A.D. 1872' and 'WALTER RENNY, MAYOR', can also be read. Outside the entrance we can see a canon and its gun limber alongsode. A small crowd at left, which includes a colonial soldier - presumably an artilleryman - poses for the camera. The photograph was probably taken during the agricultural exhibition of 1872.

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        The Skylight and the Dark-Room: A Complete Text-Book on Portrait Photography

      Philadelphia: Benerman & Wilson, 1872. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. Title continues: "Containing the Outlines of Hydrostatics, Pneumatics, Acoustics, Heat, Optics, Chemistry, and Full and Comprehensive System of the Art Photographic, with Twelve Splendid Explanatory Photographs and Nearly Two Hundred Illustrations." pp. viii, 234, in publisher's dark brown cloth with gilt vignette on upper board. Includes 12 original photographs illustrating points made in the text. Mild rubbing to the cloth, small stain to fore edge, ownership signature of J.A. Sherrif dated 1873 on front endpaper and flyleaf; else unmarked, clean and sound. Despite being a widely read and well-respected work (described in an 1872 issue of The Photographic Times as "the most complete, elaborate, and comprehensive work on photography that has ever been published") this book is now quite scarce.

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        The Journal of Man: Devoted to His Physical, Social and Spiritual Development. Vol. 1 No. 1. January 1872

      Wm. S. Rentoul, Publisher, Philadelphia 1872 - Octavo. Illustrated pink wrappers. 30pp. Modest soiling, tiny tears and creases, a very good plus example. Possibly the only issue of this apparently unknown periodical, which seems to encompass the subjects of physiology, physiognomy, spiritualism, and homeopathy. *OCLC* locates no copies. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The "Bab" Ballads. [together with:] More "Bab" Ballads. Much Sound and Little Sense

      London: John Camden Hotten [and] George Routledge and Sons, 1869 / 1872 - A Masterful Pair of Inlaid Bindingsby Bayntun-Riviere[BAYNTUN-RIVIÉRE, binders]. GILBERT, W.S. The "Bab" Ballads. [together with:] More "Bab" Ballads. Much Sound and Little Sense. London: John Camden Hotten [and] George Routledge and Sons, 1869 [and] 1872. First editions. Two octavo volumes (6 15/16 x 5 1/4 inches; 177 x 133 mm.). ix, [2], 14-222, [4, adv.]; viii, [1], 14-224, [4. adv.] pp. Black and white frontispieces with tissue guards, black and white text illustrations by the author throughout. Neatly written in black ink on the recto of the frontispiece of More "Bab" Ballads is a twelve line poem "Once a Fairy?" dated "Feby. 18th. 1875."Bound c. 1960 by Bayntun-Rivière & Son in full emerald green crushed levant morocco. Covers ruled in gilt, front covers with characters from the books inlaid in various colored morocco's within a scalloped gilt frame. Spines with five raised bands decoratively ruled and paneled and lettered in gilt in compartments, green cockerell end-papers, all edges gilt. Original gilt decorated green cloth front covers bound in at end of each volume. Wood engraved bookplate of Peter & Margery Morris on each paste-down. A fine set housed in a green cloth slipcase.The bindings of Bayntun-Rivière, in the quality of the materials, the forwarding, and in the finish and delicacy of the tooling are deserving of almost unqualified commendation. Their bindings are wonderful specimens of artistic taste, skill, and perseverance. Robert Rivière (1808-1882) bequeathed his business to this son-in-law in 1880, and the name of the firm was changed to Rivière & Son. Bayntun of Bath acquired Rivière c. 1930."Originally published in the columns of FUN, a monthly magazine, The Bab Ballads are light verse by W. S. Gilbert, illustrated with his own comic drawings. Gilbert wrote the Ballads before he became famous for his comic opera librettos with Arthur Sullivan. In writing The Bab Ballads Gilbert developed his unique 'topsy-turvy' style, where the humor was derived by setting up a ridiculous premise and working out its logical consequences, however absurd. The Ballads also reveal Gilbert's cynical and satirical approach to humor. They became famous on their own, as well as being a source for plot elements, characters and songs that Gilbert would recycle in the Gilbert and Sullivan operas. The Bab Ballads take their name from Gilbert's childhood nickname, and he later began to sign his illustrations 'Bab'" (Wikipedia).By 1868, Gilbert's poems had won sufficient popularity to justify a collected edition. He selected forty-four of the poems (thirty-four of them illustrated) for an edition of The "Bab" Ballads - Much Sound and Little Sense. A second collected edition, More "Bab" Ballads, including thirty-five ballads (all illustrated), appeared in 1872."Nothing else quite like the Ballads has ever been produced in the English language. They contain both satire and nonsense, as well as a great deal of utter absurdity. The Ballads were read aloud at private dinner-parties, public banquets and even in the House of Lords. The ballads have been much published, and there are even recordings of readings of some of them" (Ibid.). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Through The Looking-Glass, And What Alice Found There.

      

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        La Princesse Georges - Pièce en trois actes.

      Paris, Michel Lévy Frères 1872 - Représentée pour la première fois, à Paris, sur le théâtre du Gymnase, le 2 décembre 1871. Il a été tiré de cet ouvrage 24 exemplaires sur papier de Hollande, numérotés, celui-ci N°23. Enrichi d'un envoi autographe signé de l'auteur. ÉDITION ORIGINALE. Paris, Michel Lévy Frères 1872 - 77 pages. (Contrôlé). Reliure demi-chagrin rouge à coins. Dos à nerfs orné de fleurons dorés. Double filet doré bordant les plats. Non rogné. Pas de rousseur. Parfait état. Format in-4°(26x16). 1ère Edition Dédicacé par l'auteur [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        L'architecture du Ve au XVIIe siècle et les arts qui en dépendent : la sculpture, la peinture murale, la peinture sur verre, la mosaique, la ferronnerie, etc. 4-vol. set (Complete) [INCLUDES 251 STEEL-ENGRAVINGS AND 54 CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS]

      A. Morel, Paris 1872 - Folio (17 3/4 x 13 1/2"). Vol. 1: [4], 56pp (Text), lxxxi (81) leaves (Plates); Vol. 2: [4], 120pp (Text), cxvii (117) leaves (Plates); Vol. 3: [4], 74pp (Text), xcviii (98) leaves (Plates); Vol. 4: [4], 166 (i.e. 168)pp (Text), cv (105) leaves (Plates). Original half burgundy morocco over marbled paper covered boards, with gold lettering and tooling to spines. All top edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Publisher's device on each title. - First volume illustrated with 81 tissue-guarded plates divided as follow: 67 full-page steel engravings counting as one plate each, 6 double-page steel engravings counting as two plates each, and 1 full-page chromolithograph accounting for two plates; - Second volume illustrated with 117 tissue-guarded plates divided as follow: 45 full-page steel engravings counting as one plate each, 3 double-page steel engravings counting as two plates each, 21 full-page chromolithographs accounting for two plates each, and 6 double-page chromolithographs accounting for four plates each;- Third volume illustrated with 98 tissue-guarded plates divided as follow: 56 full-page steel engravings counting as one plate each, 9 full-page chromolithographs accounting for two plates each, and 6 double-page chromolithographs accounting for four plates each;- Fourth volume illustrated with 105 tissue-guarded plates divided as follow: 69 full-page steel engravings counting as one plate each, 5 double-page steel engravings counting as two plates each, 9 full-page chromolithographs accounting for two plates each, and 2 double-page chromolithographs accounting for four plates each;ALL PLATES ARE ACCOUNTED FOR.Splendidly illustrated throughout with 251 steel engravings (including 14 double-page), 54 chromolithographs (including 14 double-page), this monumental architectural survey from the 5th to the 17th century deals not merely with the architecture produced from the beginning of the Middle Ages to the end of the Renaissance, but also sculpture, mural painting, painting on glass, mosaic work, bronzes, iron work, the furniture of churches, etc. Bindings rubbed along edges, with sporadic abrasion to leather. Ex-library copy with stickers at tail of spines, upper margin of front covers, and on inside of back covers. Bookplate on inside of each front cover. Minor and sporadic foxing throughout. Text in French. Bindings in overall good- to good, interior in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        Étude sur l'isolement considéré comme un moyen de traitement dans la folie

      Paris, Andrien Delahaye, 1872, in-8, 88 pp, broché, couverture imprimée de l'éditeur, Barthélémy Lasserre fut interne à l'asile de Bordeaux et professeur à la Faculté de médecine de Paris. Tampon du docteur Carrier de Lyon. Dos refait, couverture défraîchie et dentelée.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Herne Hill, London, 30. VII. 1872. - 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. An den kunstsinnigen Französischlehrer, Übersetzer und Journalisten Hermann Kindt (1834-89), der sich in Yarm (Yorkshire) niedergelassen hatte: "Sir, Returning from abroad I find your obliging letter which I regret should have remained so long unanswered. I have directed copies of the Crown of Wild Olive & Political Economy of Art to be forwarded to your address by my publishers. These two books will give quite sufficent example, for your purposes, of what I can do best either in thinking or speaking [.]". Das geprägte Monogramm "AS" vom Schreiber durchgestrichen. Faltspuren. - Zu Kindts Korrespondenten zählten Charles Darwin, John Herschel, Eduard Mörike und Ferdinand Freiligrath.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Deduction of the Title to Harlem Commons, and Abstract of the Title of Dudley Selden

      De Puy, Holmes & Company, New York 1872 - First edition. Contemporary flexible cloth boards. (73)pp. Attractive small broadside for seller of rare books, R.D. Cooke, dated July 1886, tipped to front pastedown. Possibly Cooke took over the remainder from De Puy, Holmes & Company. Bottom corner a little bumped, tiny tears to the edge of a few pages, very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [CIRCUS HISTORY] The Hairless Horse, Caoutchouc

      Circa 1872. Albumen print photograph of an engraving, carte de visite format (63 x 103 mm), verso with imprint of 'Davies, Photo. Bourke St., Melbourne', and printed text headed 'The Hairless Horse, Caoutchouc'; the albumen print fine, with a small surface mark at lower right edge; mount in very good condition. A similar wood engraving by Ebenezer and David Syme of Melbourne, dated July 16, 1872, is held in the collection of the State Library of Victoria, Melbourne. This carte reflects popular taste of the period, with its fascination for freaks of nature displayed as curiosities in sideshows or circuses. The horse's name, Caoutchouc, deriving from the Tupi (an indigenous language of Brazil) word for "rubber", was intended to describe the appearance and feel of the horse's coat. The horse was reputedly captured as a wild brumbynear the Balonne River in southeast Queensland, and was subsequently exhibited in New South Wales and Victoria in 1871-72. The printed text on the back of the carte states: "He has been declared by the savants of New South Wales and Victoria to be the most remarkable deviation of nature from her conventional groove that ever came before their observation. The skin is entirely devoid of one single hair, and in colour is a beautiful glossy black, giving him the appearance of being cast from indiarubber - hence his name -Caoutchouc." An entry in the Auckland Daily Southern Cross of November 28, 1873, advertises Caoutchouc's arrival and presentation there, and also gives a brief history of the horse. The article states that the entrepreneur owner of the horse will not sell him - not even for 1500 pounds - and that the horse is now bound for San Francisco, to be taken thence across the United States and ultimately to the United Kingdom. The British Library holds a poster which advertises an appearance of Caoutchouc at the Alexandra Palace, Muswel Hill, London (tentatively dated 1885 but most likely 1875), bearing an image of the horse and the caption "The marvellous equine phenomenon, Caoutchouc or hairless horse. Just imported from Queensland, Australia, and never before Exhibited in England, is on view daily. Admission threepence." This carte de visite appears unrecorded in Australian collections.

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        Havengezicht Rotterdam - Eugène Rensburg, 1918.

      HAVENGEZICHT ROTTERDAMTekening met Oostindische inkt en aquarelverf van de hand van Eug?ne Rensburg (1872-1956), gesigneerd ?Eug. Rensburg. 1918?. Afm. 39,2 x 66 cm.Er wordt hard gewerkt op het water voor Rotterdam. Stoomsleepboten varen af en aan, brengen niet gemotoriseerde binnenvaarders naar hun plek in de haven. Grote vrachtschepen liggen voor anker. Op de voorgrond is nog een meerboei vrij. We zien de stad met links de Leuvehaven, de Maaskade met de Boompjes en Oostindisch Huis/Vrij Entrep?t, in de achtergrond St. Laurenskerk en Zuiderkerk.Rensburg woonde het grootste gedeelte van zijn leven in Rotterdam. Hij was opgeleid aan de Kunstnijverheidsschool Quellinus Amsterdam en de Akademie voor Beeldende Kunsten in Den Haag onder leiding van J. van Delden. Hij heeft vooral naam gemaakt met zijn topografische pentekeningen. Hij werd wel een handig stadstekenaar genoemd. Ook heeft hij meer dan 5000 etsen gemaakt, waaronder circa 450 stuks van de stad Rotterdam. Het gemeentearchief van Delft bezit diverse tekeningen van hem en het Belastingmuseum van Rotterdam bezit enkele mooie aquarellen van hem.Prijs: ? 1.450,-.

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        The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection

      London: John Murray,, 1872. Or the Preservation of favoured races in the struggle for life. Sixth edition, with additions and corrections (eleventh thousand). Octavo. Original green ribbed-grain cloth, gilt titles to spine, frames and central vignette blocked in blind to covers, brown coated endpapers. Folding diagram facing page 91. Ryde Young Men's Christian Association bookplate to front pastedown. Contemporary ownership stamp of Ryde businessman J. N. Tarrant to front free endpaper verso. Spine gently rolled, rear board a little bowed, minor wear to extremities, top edge dust toned, small bump to bottom edge of text block, inner hinges cracked but holding; a very good copy. Sixth edition, first issue, marked as the "eleventh thousand" on the title page. The sixth edition is the last lifetime edition. Darwin continually made revisions to his text; this edition featuring a new chapter, chapter VII, and a glossary by W. S. Dallas. "The edition was aimed at a wider public and printed in smaller type ... giving the general impression of a cheap edition, which at 7s. 6d, it was". It is also the first edition of The Origin of Species to feature the word "evolution"; the term was first used by Darwin in The Descent of Man, published in 1871. This edition was subsequently reprinted unchanged from stereos in 1872 and again in 1873. The final issue is dated 1876; stereos of this issue were used for the very many issues which followed, from 1878 to 1929, continuing to include the summary of differences and the historical sketch.

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        Special-Karte von Tirol und Vorarlberg. Karte der gefürsteten Grafschaft Tyrol nebst Vorarlberg und dem angrenzenden Souverainen Fürstentum Liechtenstein. Astronomisch trigonometrisch, vermessen, topographisch aufgenommen, reduzirt und gezeichnet im Jahre 1823. Von dem Kaiserlich-Königlich-Österreichischen General-Quartiermeister-Stabe. Geschrieben und Gestochen von C. Stein

      Wien: Militärgeographisches Institut 1872 \"LWd.-Schuber, marmorierte Bezüge der Seiten, goldgeprägter Rückentitel in rotem Schildchen, ausziehbare \"\"Lade\"\" aus demselben Material, 19 von urspr. 24 auf LWd. gezogene Kupferstichkarten, davon Nr. 11 (Titelblatt), Nr. 24 (Übersichtsblatt), Karten meist in vier Segmenten, tw. koloriert, Schachtel: 15 x 21 cm, Karten meist quer um 41,5 x 28,5 cm, Schachtel von außen berieben, Rücken auf einer Seite abgerissen, Lade an einer Kurzseite auch abgerissen, Karten (es fehlen die Nrn. 18-23) an der Vorder- und Rückseite leicht stockfleckig, insgesamt guter Zustand.\"Österreich-Ungarn, Landkarten, Tirol, Vorarlberg, Liechtenstein

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        Gesamtansicht, i. Vgr. Weinlese.

      - Federlitho. n. u. v. Rachel aus Rachel, ill. Atlas d. Königr. Württemberg, 1872, 24 x 32,5 Wie Schefold 6954, hier allerdings als Federlitho, da aus der 2. Ausgabe. Schönes Blatt!

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        Distribution of Australasian volutes.Sydney, Alexander W. Douglas, 1872. 8vo. Contemporary blue paper wrappers.

      - WorldCat (6 copies, all but 1 in Australia); not in Ferguson. English-language accounts of the distribution of 48 species of sea snails of the genus Voluta around Australia, New Zealand, Tasmania, New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and other southwest Pacaific islands, sometimes with descriptive notes on variations in form or colouration. He also comments on the beauty of some species. Several species discussed were newly discovered by Cox himself. With a 4-page introductory note, a table of contents and an alphabetical index. Writing in 1872, Cox already notes that the once common Voluta magnifica, whose shell can grow to about 30 cm in length, has been so highly prized by collectors that it is now hard to find. He also describes several other spieces as formerly abundent but now rare. With the last (blank) and first leaves foxed, and an old vertical fold through the leaves, but still in good condition. The wrappers are foxed and waterstained, with the spine tattered. A remarkable record of the distribution of 48 species of Australasian sea snails in the mid-19th centruy. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Class Album of 1872 [our title] [Cover title: Class '72]

      [New Haven] 1872 - No title-page. Mounted, mostly 4 to a page, on both sides of the first 22 leaves are: (1) 18 photographs of faculty and administrators, including President Woolsey; (2) 90 photographs of students, presumably members of the class of 1872; (3) 23 photographs buildings and scenes in and around Yale and the New Haven area; (4) 5 photographs of African American workers or tradesmen ; and (5) 10 other photos, at least two of which show buildings in Litchfield, including Mansion House and other buildings that perished in the 1886 fire. A single hand has written identifying last names beneath the photos of faculty, administrators and students. The other photos are uncaptioned. The last 14 leaves in the album are unused. 1/2 leather cover which appears to have been rehinged at some point. 35cm. Front cover unevenly faded and has a few scars. Vertical crease on backstrip. Contents sound and clean. Other records indicate that the class of 1872 had 129 graduates; we don't know why this album contains only 90 student photos. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Asher & Adams' New statistical and Topographical Atlas of the United States With maps showing the Dominion of Canada, Europe and the world.

      Asher & Adams 1872 - Folio. 18 x 13 inches. 20 of 28 maps. 3/4 black leather over brown boards, gilt title. Wear and rubbing to edges. Chipping loss to spine. Shaken, several maps loose. Foxing, offsetting and marginal browning to maps. Lacking 8 maps and most of the gazetteer in rear. Zell's Atlas Time table on front pastedown with 4 additional maps from Zell's Popular Encyclopedia. This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Class B. - East Coast of Africa. Correspondence respecting the Slave Trade and other matters. From January 1 to December 31, 1871. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. 1872. [C.-657].

      London, Harrison and Sons, 1872. - Folio. V, (1), 86 pp. Top edge gilt. Sewn, with remains of spine. Rare British parliamentary papers and correspondence with local agents and officers on the slave trade, including material on slavery in Zanzibar, Yemen and Oman "carried on by and for the northern Arabs" (p. 37). The relevant sections are: firstly, under the heading "Correspondence with British Representatives and Agents abroad", "France" (pp. 1-5), "Zanzibar" (pp. 7-70); and secondly, under the heading "Reports from Naval Officers. - East Coast of Africa Station" (pp. 71-86). - Removed from the Public Record Office with their stamp. A good copy. Bennett 493. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Through The Looking-Glass, And What Alice Found There.

      1872 - 8vo. Original red cloth, triple-line gilt panel to sides with circular gilt roundels featuring the Red and White Queen to upper and lower covers, all edges gilt, cream endpapers, protected by a custom-made red cloth-covered fall-down-back box lettered in gilt to spine; pp. [xii] + 224 + [iv]; illustrated throughout after engravings by Tenniel; a rather worn copy with lateral bubbling to cloth on both boards with a couple of small ink stains, some overall rubbing, especially to joints and edges with wear to corners, abrasion to spine ends with a couple of tiny nicks and splitting to head of spine at upper joint (to a depth of 15mm), internally generally clean with occasional thumbing and marking, apparently recased at an early date with replaced endpapers (which are usually dark green) and with a magazine-cutting about Lewis Carroll tipped in to lower hinge. First edition, first issue, of Lewis Carroll's sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, with the misspelling "wade" for "wabe" in the Jabberwocky verse. This copy with a tipped-in autograph letter signed by John Tenniel to Mr. Blandford, on headed notepaper from 10, Portsdown Road, Maida Hill, W., and dated Oct. 26. 1888, in which the artist gracefully declines a dinner due to a prior commitment to attend the 'Punch dinner', as it is his '"bounden duty" always to be present at that "festive function"'. Also with the embossed monogram of John Tenniel affixed to the inner upper board above a neat inscription in the hand of the artist and satirical cartoonist Ronald Searle, "Kaye Searle Sept 1952". The book was apparently a gift from him to his wife in that year. Searle is best known, of course, as the creator of the St. Trinian's series of books and those about the schoolboy Molesworth. Kaye Searle, formerly Webb, worked at Penguin in the 1960s. A previous owner of this copy has left a card in the box indicating that he worked with her there in the 1960s. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        Levers' Works

      Routledge, London 1872 - 6 vols. Illustrations. Contemporary half calf. Knight of Gwynne 2 vols Harry Lorrequer Charles O¿Malley The Irish Dragoon 2 vols. The O¿Donoghues [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Anah Dunsheath RareBooks ABA ANZAAB ILAB]
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        Expression Of The Emotions In Man And Animals

      John Murray, London, 1872. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. FIRST EDITION with SECOND ISSUE POINTS: The Heliotype plates numbered from 1 to 7 [Arabic], though in the text, the list of illustrations on page vi gives the plates with Roman numerals, page 142 line 18 ' enerally' with the missing 'g' added in manuscript and page 208 line 1, has the misspelt word 'htat'. Chapters: I. II & III. General Principles of Expression IV. Means of Expression in Animals V. Special Expressions of Animals VI. Special Expressions of Man: Suffering and Weeping VII. Low Spirits, Anxiety, Grief, Dejection, Despair VIII. Joy, High Spirits, Love, Tender Feelings, Devotion IX. Reflection-Mediation-Ill-Temper-Sulkiness-Determination X. Hatred And Anger XI. Disdain-Contempt-Disgust-Guilt-Pride, Etc.-Helplessness-Patience-Affirmation And Negation XII. Surprise-Astonishment-Fear-Horror XIII. Self-Attention-Shame-Shyness-Modesty: Blushing XIV. Concluding Remarks And Summary. Book - In Good green boards with blind stamped borders & gilt lettering - some marking to the boards and slight rubbing to the extreme corners and slight bumping to the extreme ends of the spine. Contents - the book has been professionally restored, with the text block re-stitched and rebound with black endpapers in original boards with some light browning to edges of title page, verso of folding plates and pages facing and pages 263/265 otherwise clean and tightly bound. An attractive copy of this important work in original boards. Size: 7.75 inches tall by 5 inches. vi, 374 pages which includes an index & 4 page catalogue to the rear. 7 heliotype plates (3 folding) & text illustrations. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 201-750 grams. Category: Psychology & Psychiatry; Antiquarian & Rare. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 9108..

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        Typed Letter Signed, in German, 4to, Vienna, Oct. 28, 1916

      - Stekel writes to the painter, Ludwig Hessheimer (1872-1956) giving his view of Hessheimer's exhibition. In full. "Dear Mr. Hessheimer, I just returned from your exhibition. It made a deep and lasting impression on me. You have seen everything with the eyes of a poet. I like the mood pictures best. There were quite a few people there, all of whom were full of praise. Even painters.and that means something. The pictures of Ohrida lake are reminiscent of Bocklin. They have depth and grandeur. In the picture 'Longing' I was perturbed by the angel on high. He is not giving a fortunate impression which may be due to the position of his legs. Also the etching in which the images of wife and child appear to the soldier in the snow suffers from the flaw that visions must be expressed more shadowy, like a delicate breath which spreads across the distance. The contrast between the real and the vision must be more pronounced. But these are just trifles. You now have a foothold in Vienna and we hope to greet you as one of our own soon." He signs, "Dr. Wilhelm Stekel." The letter gives insight into Stekel's ability as an art critic. Stekel argued in "Bisexual Love" (1922) that both heterosexuality and homosexuality require repression and sublimation of natural urges.

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        Returning to Kennel

      London 1872 - This hand colored lithograph depicts a riders returning from a hunt. The image measures 23 1/3" x 34 2/3". 4" tear on right hand margin. 3" tear in top left hand corner, and two 2" tears on the left hand side. Mild foxing throughout margins. This image's vivid colors are of note.

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        Through the Looking-Glass, and what Alice Found There. With Fifty Illustrations by John Tenniel.

      London, Macmillan and Co., 1872. Original full red cloth with gilt centrepieces (depicting the White and the Red Queen respectively) to boards and gilt lettering to spine. Neatly recased, preserving most of the original spine. Cloth somewhat darkened and with some spotting. Spine worn. Internally nice and clean, with only light occasional brownspotting. Old owner's inscription "E.M.Lucas. Xmas 1941/ Paddington Station" to half-title. One page of publisher's advertisements. First edition, first issue ("wade" in stead of "wabe" on p. 21).

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        View of St. Matthew's Church, Guildford, W.A. after the hurricane of 10th March, 1872.

      Albumen print photograph, 95 x 162 mm, laid down on its original album leaf, contemporary manuscript caption in ink beneath image, 'View of St. Matthew's Church, Guildford, W.A. after the hurricane of 10th March, 1872', no photographer's imprint, the albumen print with slight loss of contrast and some wrinkling in the lower right corner from when it was laid down, otherwise in very good state, the album leaf with some light creasing, not affecting the print. The original St. Matthew's was the Swan River Colony's first church, an octagonal mudbrick structure built between 1836 and 1839 in Guildford, the earliest settlement in the Colony. The second St. Matthew's was intended as a permanent place of Church of England worship, and was consecrated in 1860. However, on March 10th 1872, in the middle of a baptismal service, it was completely destroyed in a freak storm. Miraculously, there were no fatalities among the parishioners, but the only substantial object to survive the disaster was the church's harmonium. This image is known from the State Library of Western Australia's acetate copy negative (30 x 40 mm), made around 1940 and taken from a collection of photographs from the Royal Western Australian Historical Society. However, we can locate no other contemporary albumen print of this important photograph in Australian collections. Whilst the photographer is unidentified, the most likely contender is the firm of Manning and Knight. It is also possible that Alfred Chopin, who had recently started working as a professional photographer in Perth, travelled the short distance up the Swan River to document this event.

      [Bookseller: Douglas Stewart Fine Books]
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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

      8 October 1872, Cambridge - A 2-1/2-page AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED with his initials on three sides of a 7-3/4" x 4-7/8" sheet of paper, folded once, to his publisher James Fields. In full: "I want you and Mrs. Fields, with all your guests, to come to supper after W. MacDonald's lecture at the Port on Thursday evening next. Will you arrange this little party, and let me know if it be possible? And do you think it will be agreeable to the Lecturer? I enclose a note of invitation to him [not present]." SIGNED "H. W. L." Normal fold from mailing. Near Fine [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Queensland Aboriginals. Photographed direct from life by E.H. Forster at his studio, Maryborough

      1872-74. Albumen print photograph, carte de visite format, image 79 x 52 mm (oval), mount 104 x 63 mm; verso imprintedQueensland Aboriginals. Photographed direct from life by E.H. Forster at his studio, Maryborough, with a lithographed illustration of Aborigines hunting kangaroos; a strong albumen print in very good condition; the mount with some light foxing. Having previously worked for Beaufoy Merlin's American and Australasian Photographic Company, Irish-born photographer Edward Forster opened his own studio in Kent Street, Maryborough in May, 1872. He remained at these premises until 1874. This photograph of three local Aborigines - two women wearing European clothing and a man wearing a king plate (the name on which is not clear) - was one of a specially produced series of cartes de visite sold by Forster during this period. This particular image appears unrecorded in Australian collections. Although the man in the photograph is unidentified, it is likely that he was one of numerous "kings" in the Maryborough region. The fact that the bestowing of king plates was common practice in Queensland at this time is borne out by an advertisement placed by an enterprising ironmonger, John Donnelly, in the Maryborough Almanach for 1875: "ABORIGINAL King Plates, Dog Collars, Watches, Rings, Gold and Silver Plate, Plated Ware, and every description of Metal, Ivory, Bone, or Mother of Pearl, neatly Engraved."

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        Rough Notes of a Journey through the Wilderness, from Trinidad to Pará, Brazil, By Way of the Great Cataracts of the Orinoco, Atabapo, and Rio Negro.

      W.H.J. Carter, London. 1872 - First edition. Octavo. pp xiv, 301. 16 black-and-white plates, these being "drawn on the spot" by the author. Original maroon cloth decorated in blind with gilt pictorial spine. Henry Wickham (1846-1928) travelled extensively throughout Latin America, especially Brazil where, according to his own account, he stole 70,000 seeds from the Hevea Brasiliensis, which he took back to Kew. The seeds were later sent to Malaysia, Ceylon and Africa where their cultivation effectively put an end to the Amazonian rubber boom. Cloth rubbed at head and tail of spine and at corners. Very good, internally bright, copy. Very scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Ellis, Bookseller, ABA, ILAB]
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        $1,000,000! PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY. FREE READING FOR ALL AND HALF A MILLION IN GIFTS!! [caption title]

      Louisville: Stackhouse Print, 1872. Broadside, 20 x 5 1/4 inches. Minor foxing, several horizontal folds. Very good. A handsomely produced broadside advertising a lottery to raise money to pay for a magnificent Victorian building, recently purchased for $210,000, to house the Public Library of Kentucky, located in Louisville. The library promised to be "open and free to the gratuitous use and enjoyment of all citizens of every State in the union." The lottery consisted of 100,000 lottery tickets to be sold for the chance at one of 1000 prizes to be handed out at the Second Grand Gift Concert, on Saturday, September 28, 1872. The drawing for the tickets was handled by "blind children from 10 to 15 years of age." The engraved view shows the grand, three-story building flying a large American flag, and dozens of people arriving by foot, by horse and carriage, and by horse- drawn streetcar. OCLC only locates one copy at AAS. Not in Hummel. Rare. OCLC 191285297.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Rede bei der Grundsteinlegung des provisorischen Festtheaters in Bayreuth. Gehalten von Richard Wagner

      Carl Giessel, Bayreuth 1872 - First edition. Unbound as published. (4) p. Printed programme of Wagner's speech, given at the laying of the foundation stone of the Bayreuth Festspielhaus on May 22, 1872, on Wagner's 59th birthday. The Bayreuth Festival Theatre's building was specially designed for the performance of Wagner's operas and it was first opened for the premiere of the complete four-opera cycle of Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung), from 13 to 17 August 1876. The Festspielhaus is the venue of the Bayreuth Festival, the annual music festival at which Wagner's operas are presented. Scarce. WorldCat locates only 5 copies worldwide, no copy in the US (4 in Germany, 1 in the UK). Title page slightly dusted and spotted. Folded once. Overall in fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Földvári Books]
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        Through The Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There

      London: Macmillan and Co., 1872 Illustrated by John Tenniel. First edition, first printing, with "wade" instead of "wabe" to page 21. Original publisher's red cloth, with an illustration of the Red Queen to the front board in gilt, with an illustration of the White Queen to the rear panel in gilt, all edges gilt, black coated endpapers. Very good, with minor repairs to the spine ends, some toning to the spine, light soiling and some dimming to the boards, binder's ticket to the rear pastedown, former owner's bookplate to the front pastedown, some scattered pencil underlining and minor soling to the otherwise very fresh interior. A sturdy and pleasing copy. Housed in a custom slipcase with matching chemise. Through the Looking Glass is Lewis Carroll's sequel to his popular children's novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865). In this story, which represents the child protagonist's journey from adolescence to adulthood, Alice ventures into a fantasy world through the mirror above her fireplace. Throughout the novel, Carroll includes nonsense poetry, including the playful and popular "Jabberwocky." Like Alice, Through the Looking Glass is illustrated by John Tenniel. Carroll originally intended to write this sequel as early as 1866, but had trouble persuading Tenniel to illustrate it. Writer and artist had a somewhat volatile relationship as a result of their mutual perfectionism: just as the true first edition of Alice was suppressed because of unsatisfactory illustrations, Through the Looking Glass's illustrations were heavily edited. Tenniel demanded the removal of a character that was too difficult to illustrate, whereas Carroll replaced Tenniel's "Jabberwock" plate with an image of the White Knight, which was less frightening, as a frontispiece.. Illus. by Tenniel, John. 1st Edition.. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        Exposé des applications de l'électricité

      Third edition in the original game. Half cloth bindings fir, back smooth, flat marbled paper, some conis lightly bumped, small traces of rubbing on some slices. Book illustrated with numerous figures in the text and decorated in 22-fine folding plates. The book is divided as follows: Volume 1: Electrical Technology illustrated 99 figures and adorned with a fine in-folding plate. Volume 2: Electrical Technology illustrated with 192 figures and adorned with 2 folding plates in-fine. Volume 3: Electric Telegraphy illustrated with 192 figures and adorned with 7 folding plates in-fine. Volume 4: Applications mechanical electricity illustrated with 123 figures and adorned with folding plates in 9-fine. Volume 5: Industrial applications of electricity illustrated with 169 figures and adorned with 3 folding plates in-fine. A wetness affecting head the latest pages of the first volume, some foxing, otherwise nice interior volumes for each state. Rare together. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Lib. scientifique, industrielle et agricole Eugène Lacroix Paris 1872-1878 16x24,5cm 5 volumes reliés

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        The Trial of the Rev L D Huston for the Alleged Seduction of Mary..

      1872. "For the Alleged Seduction of Mary Driscoll, Virginia Hopkins, &c." [Trial]. Huston, Lorenzo Dow [1820-1887], Defendant. The Trial of the Rev. L.D. Huston for the Alleged Seduction of Mary Driscoll, Virginia Hopkins, &c; Giving a Full and Complete Account of All the Testimony Taken Before the Ecclesiastical Court, And Containing all the Evidence that has Been Withheld from the Public, With an Elaborate Article from Dr. Huston's Legal Counsel. The Only Authentic Edition, Containing All the Suppressed Testimony. Baltimore, S.n., 1872. 64 pp. Main text in parallel columns. Laid-in portrait plate, issued with some copies, not present in this copy. Octavo (8-1/2" x 5-3/4"). Disbound stab-stitched pamphlet. Light toning, a few chips and minor tears to title page and final leaf, which is detached. Early notes in pencil to foot of p. 64. Ex-library. Small embossed stamps to a few leaves. A scarce title. $500. * Only edition. As Karin Gedge notes, Huston, a Methodist Minister and teacher, was a clever practitioner of a "seduction theology that persuaded girls to reluctantly accept sexual behavior that was clearly contrary to most Christian teaching." Eventually tried, but acquitted, he seduced at least three girls. OCLC locates 11 copies, 5 in law libraries (Harvard, Social Law, UC-Berkeley, University of Missouri, US Supreme Court). Gedge, Without Benefit of Clergy: Women and the Pastoral Relationship in Nineteenth-Century American Culture 55-57. Catalogue of the Library of the Harvard Law School II:1109.

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