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2019-01-31 16:34:26
COOLIDGE, CALVIN
COOLIDGE, CALVIN. (1872-1933). Thirtieth president of the United States. TLS. ("Calvin Coolidge"). 1p. 4to. Northampton, March 26, 1932. On his imprinted stationery to the editor-in-chief of The Saturday Evening Post, GEORGE H. LORIMER (1867-1937). "I am very glad my article came out to your satisfaction. It is entirely agreeable to have it reprinted by anyone who wishes. I have not anything in mind that I could do for you at present time. I am very much pleased to have something I write in your publication but when I have an article that does not need to be hurried to the press, I can do quite a little better in the monthly magazines, partly because they get a larger advantage than you do from an increased sale." Under Lorimer, The Saturday Evening Post became an immensely successful and influential magazine, known for featuring the work of leading contemporary writers and thinkers. Initially progressive, with Lorimer's drift to the right it later "became an active --if unofficial -- organ of the Republican party. Lorimer knew many presidents personally, and nearly every president during his editorship contributed to the Post" (DAB), including Coolidge. After leaving office in March 1929, Coolidge remained deeply interested in current affairs, and briefly wrote a syndicated column (the only president to do so), Thinking Things Over with Calvin Coolidge, which appeared in nearly two hundred newspapers. Boldly signed and fine. * All our items are sent via Federal Express. Additional postage may be necessary. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Lion Heart Autographs [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-01-31 16:19:38
Northwest Boundary Survey]
[N.p., 1872. Twenty-three (of twenty-four) map leaves plus lithographic titlepage and index map. Oblong folio. Contemporary pebbled cloth, rebacked in black cloth. Hinges internally cracked, corners bumped. Ex-lib. with two library perforation stamps and two ink stamps. Titlepage reinforced at gutter. Internally quite clean. Lacks map 18, else good. An important atlas of the joint United States and Great Britain northern boundary survey. The fine lithographed maps detail the region surrounding the forty-ninth parallel. Archibald Campbell was commissioner of the United States organization, while D.R. Cameron headed the British crew. The maps begin in northern Minnesota and run west to the continental divide.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2019-01-31 15:48:28
CHARLES DICKENS
BOSTON: JAMES R. OSGOOD & COMAPNY, 1872. VERY GOOD CONDITION. LEATHER IN EXCELLANT CONDITION. SOME CRACKING ON THE BLACK TITLE AREA OF SPINE. SPINE, BOARD AND HINGES ALL TIGHT. ONE OR TWO OF THE VOLUMES HAVE A LOOSE PAGE. PLEASE REFER TO PHOTOS FOR CONTION AND/OR CONTACT ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS. Charles John Huffam Dickens ; 7 February 1812 - 9 June 1870) was an English writer and social critic. He created some of the world's best-known fictional characters and is regarded by many as of the world's greatest novelist. His works enjoyed unprecedented popularity during his lifetime, and by the 20th century critics and scholars had recognised him as a literary genius. His novels and short stories are still considered literary classics. Some of these volumes are the last edition in which Dickens had artistic control over before he died, while others, created shortly after his death, follow the same artistic guidelines . Included in this set are as follows: A Tale of Two Cities Pickwick Papers David Copperfield Old Curiosity Shop Our Mutual Friend Christmas Stories American Notes Great Expectations Nicholas Nickleby Bleak House Dombey & Son Sketches by Boz Martin Chuzzlewit Oliver Twist Mystery of Edwin Drood Little Dorrit Christmas Books The Uncommercial Traveller Barnaby Rudge Hard Times Pictures From Italy A Christmas Carol.
Bookseller: faicall-7600 [Cathedral City, California, US]
2019-01-31 15:48:28
Charles Dickens
New York Book Concern. Issued in parts and printed from the sheets of the Harper & Brothers editions of 1872, 1874 and 1875 (Harper's information on title pages; probably from Harper's so-called Household Edition). Printed in 70 parts, issued in 38 fascicles bound in original blue wrappers. "Conditions of publication [from rear panel]: "The work will be issued in Semi-monthly Parts. Each 25 cents. Part will contain 48 pages of double column letter-press, profusely illustrated. The 50 cent Parts will contain 96 pages, with double the number of illustrations. No subscriber's name will be taken for less than the entire work."~~The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club (with fifty-two illustrations by Thomas Nast); The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (with fifty-two illustrations by C. S. Reinhart); Dombey and Son (with fifty-two illustrations by W. L. Sheppard); The Old Curiosity Shop (illustrated by Thomas Worth); The Personal History of David Copperfield (with a Portrait of the Author and Sixty-one illustrations by J. Barnard); The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit (with Fifty-nine illustrations by J. Barnard); Little Dorrit (with fifty-eight illustrations by J. Mahoney); Bleak House (with sixty-one illustrations by F. Barnard); The Adventures of Oliver Twist (with Twenty-eight illustrations by J. Mahoney); Barnaby Rudge (with Forty-four illustrations by J. Barnard); A Tale of Two Cities (with over Forty illustrations by American and English Artists).~~A couple of fascicles have covers which have been gingerly reattached and several have wear at the spine; i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Black Swan Books Inc [Richmond, Virginia, US]
2019-01-31 12:58:57
GILBERT, W. S.
London: Routledge, 1869 & (1872). 2 volumes, 7.5 inches tall. Superb full calf bindings by Tout with triple labels and elegant gilt tooling to the panels. With gilt dentelles and all edges. Original cloth covers bound in. Slight rubbing to the joints and a stain on the top of the second title page, otherwise perfectly clean. Profusely illustrated throughout. Sir William Schwenck Gilbert, English dramatist, librettist, poet and illustrator best known for the fourteen comic operas produced with the composer Arthur Sullivan. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: McConnell Fine Books ABA & ILAB [Deal, KENT, United Kingdom]
2019-01-31 12:23:01
Marx Karl
Paris, Éditeurs Maurice Lachâtre et C.ie. "Not a mere translation, but rather an original work" (Marx) Small folio (276x192 mm). 351, [1] pp. including: half-title with large allegorical vignette and the indication "1re Livraison, Prix de la Livraison: dix centimes"; title with a vignette showing the Pantheon; on the title-page verso the device of Typographie Lahurf; full-page portrait of Marx with his signature at the bottom; facsimile of a letter from Marx to the editor Maurice Lachâtre (the latter's reply is on verso: "Au citoyen Karl Marx"); Préface de la première édition dated 25 July 1875 (p. [9]); Avis au lecteur dated London, 28 April 1875 (p. 348); Extraits de la postface de la seconde édition allemande (pp. 348-351); errata (p. 351); and table of contents on the last page. Decorated head- and tail-pieces. Text in two columns from p. [13] onwards. Modern red half morocco with gilt title, panels made of clear Plexiglas, preserving the original editor's printed wrappers, which are still visible. Some minor foxing and staining, but a very good copy. FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE of the first French translation of volume one of Das Kapital. The translation by M.J. Roy was based on the manuscript of the second German edition. Marx had amended the original text and had sent a copy of the revised manuscript to the socialist Parisian editor Maurice Lachâtre, a friend of Proudhon, before the publication of the Hamburg edition in June 1872. Marx regarded the translation as an original work, "which has a scientific value independent from the original and should be consulted even … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2019-01-31 12:23:01
Marx, Karl
Maurice Lachatre et Cie [in cop: Librairie du Progrès, Henry Oriol, Directeur], 1872. Prima edizione francese. Ex libris Feuerbacher Heide No 8687 al contropiatto anteriore. Le diffuse ma leggere fioriture, un principio di sfascicolazione alla prime pagine e i pochi segni del tempo alla legatura non intaccano l'importanza e la bellezza dell'esemplare. Prima edizione francese in volume del 'Capitale' di Marx nell'esemplare ricopertinato dalla Librairie du progress di Henry Oriol (seconda emissione). La traduzione francese, come noto, si deve a Joseph Roy: sebbene la critica abbia espresso un giudizio negativo sulla versione, giudicandola approssimativa e lacunosa, essa fu costantemente sorvegliata e infine approvata dallo stesso Marx. Copia illustrata, con testo stampato su due colonne, arricchita dal ritratto dell'autore e dal facsimile della lettera a Maurice Lachatre. «La richesse des sociétés dans lesquelles règne le mode de production capitaliste s'annonce comme une 'immense accumulation de marchandise.' L'analyse de la marchandise, forme élémentaire de cette richesse, sera par conséquent le point de départ de nos recherches. La marchandise est d'abord un objet extérieur, une chose qui par ses propriétés satisfait des besoins humains de n'importe quelle espèce. Que ces besoins aient pour origine l'etomac ou la fantaisie, leur nature ne change de rien à l'affaire. Il ne s'agit pas non plus ici de savoir comment ces besoins sont satisfaits, soit immédiatement, si l'objet est un moyen de subsistance, soit par une voie détournée, si c'est un moyen de production. [...]» (Liv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Pontremoli [IT]
2019-01-31 12:14:43
Berlioux, Etienne Félix
London, (R. Barrett & Sons for) Edward Marsh, 1872. Small 8vo. VIII, 64 pp. Later blue cloth with giltstamped spine title. Abridged English version of the author's more extensive treatise "La Traite Orientale: histoire des chasses à la homme, organisées en Afrique depuis 15 ans pour les marchés de l'Orient", aimed at exposing the African slave trade to the Anglo-Saxon world. "The author distinguishes three principal areas of man-hunting: the first is the from the Sudan and the Valley of the Nile to Morocco; the second, the Valley of the Nile itself; the third, the eastern coasts of Africa. Sales concentrate on three markets: the Mediterranean borders of Egypt; the island of Zanzibar; and finally, Arabia" (cf. Gay). E. F. Berlioux (1828-1910) was Professor of History at the Lyceum of Lyon. - Ibrahim-Hilmy I, 65. OCLC 5664313. Cf. Gay 153. Not in Wilson.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-01-31 12:09:31
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Boston: 1872. Very good condition. First edition of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Three Books of Song owned and signed by Civil War General Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain. Joshua L. Chamberlain, former professor at Bowdoin College in Massachusetts became one of the most celebrated generals of the American Civil War. While serving as Colonel of the 20th Maine Regiment at Gettysburg, Chamberlain was instructed to have his men defend the far left end of the Union line on the hill known as Little Round Top. As Confederate forces attempted to flank the Union line, the 20th Maine held against multiple charges sustaining many casualties until they ran out of ammunition. Facing a final push by Confederate forces, Chamberlain ordered his regiment to fix bayonets and led a charge down Little Round Top which surprised and routed the enemy forces. This famed charge was written about in the Pulitzer Prize winning novel, The Killer Angels, which was made into the movie Gettysburg. Chamberlain was wounded six times during the war, twice gravely, decorated four times, given the Medal of Honor for valor, and received a battlefield promotion by Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at Petersburg after receiving what were considered fatal wounds. Chamberlain survived but suffered from his painful wounds until his death in 1914 at the age of eighty-five. Chamberlain, a professor of rhetoric at Bowdoin College in Massachusetts, was a personal friend of Harriet Beecher Stowe whose husband was also a professor at the college, as well as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, who graduated from Bowdoin and lived in Chamberlain' … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: books_and_such [Scottsdale, Arizona, US]
2019-01-31 11:47:38
SCHERZER, Karl v. (Hrsg.)
Stgt., Julius Maier 1872. Lex.-8°. IV, XVI, 494 S. Mit 1 gefalt. Karte von Indien u. 2 Tab. (davon 1 gefalt.). u. Abb. im Text. OLn. Mit Goldpräg. u. Vollgoldschn. Einbd. leicht berieb. Tit. gestemp. Weltkarte fehlt. Henze V, 34; Cordier 569 Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Reise, China, Wirtschafts- u. Sozialwissenschaft
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2019-01-31 11:14:47
Robock, Ludwig & Eduard Osenbrügger:
Darmstadt, Bern und Berlin, Köhler, Dalp und Bette o.J.(um 1872). 36 : 27,5 cm. VIII, 72 Seiten Mit 20 farbigen, chromolithographierten Tafeln. Original Leinenband mit Gold- und Blindprägung, dreiseitiger Goldschnitt. Gesuchtes Ansichtenwerk des herrlichen Berner Oberlandes, mit den hervorragenden chromolithographierten Bildtafeln nach den schönen Vorlagen von Ludwig Robock, Ansichten von Städte, Gletschern und Landschaften. Darunter: Aussicht auf das Berner-Oberland, Bern, Thun und Blümlisalp, Spiez, Grindelwald, Interlaken, Mürren, Lauterbrunnen, Wetterhorn, Reichenbachfall, Rosenlauigletscher, Handeck, Rhonegletscher, Giessbach, Jungfrau, Schreckhorn u.a. - In dem dekorativen Original-Einband, dieser nur anden Kanten gering berieben, Deckel oben mit kleinem Fleck; sonst schönes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Michael Steinbach Rare Books [Wien, Austria]
2019-01-31 09:20:39
pellicot a.
1872. relié. DeCollection. Typographie Laurent, Toulon, 1872. In/8 reliure demi-maroquin marron, dos à nerfs, couverture conservée, 133 p. Quelques rousseurs. Tableau contenant le passage de chaque oiseau (nom français, latins et provençaux). Nouvelle édition d'un travail publié dans les bulletins de la Société académique du Var. Cet ouvrage est selon son auteur un résumé d'observations plus qu'une classification scientifique. Il traite entre autre de la caille, des rapaces, omnivores, insectivores, chélidons, pigeons, gralles, grue, bécasse, palmipèdes...
Bookseller: Librairie [France]
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2019-01-30 18:38:13
Sir Walter Scott Baronet
Boston, MA: James R. Osgood. FOR OFFER I HAVE AN AMAZING AND EXTREMELY RARE ANTIQUE POETICAL WORKS OF SIR WALTER SCOTT BARONET COMPLETE DIAMOND EDITION 1872 AND IN EXCEPTIONAL ANTIQUE CONDITION. THIS HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE BOOK OF POEMS IS JUST UNDER 5 3/4 BY JUST OVER 4 INCHES, CONTAINING SUCH POEMS AS LADY OF THE LAKE, THE EVE OF ST. JOHN, AND MANY MORE AS SHOWN IN THE PICTURES TO SAY THE LEAST! THERE IS A SIGNATURE ON THE INSIDE 1ST PAGE, DATED AUGUST 22, 1874, TWO YEARS AFTER THE BOOK WAS CREATED BUT BECAUSE IT IS IN-CURSIVE; I CANNOT READ IN-CURSIVE SO DON'T KNOW THE SIGNATURE. PLEASE SEE THE ADDED PICTURES AS PART OF MY DESCRIPTION, FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS, Return policy details- Please note: I will always accept returns only if an item is not as described at my cost once I receive it back. I realize we are all human and sometimes make mistakes, though we do our best not to, so with that being said! Please know I will take the utmost care in packing, mailing and making sure everything is as it should be but again, if something happens and I make a mistake I will take care of it as soon as I receive the Item back in its original packaging and just as it was received at which time I will issue a full refund of all money paid! Thank you! Seller's payment instructions If you win multiple items I am willing to combine shipping within Five days with a $2.00 charge for each additional item purchased unless otherwise noted, just please email me to let me know you are waiting for other items to close as well as when you are finished wit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MY SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR YOU [Leominster, Massachusetts, US]
2019-01-30 18:38:13
Sir Walter Scott Baronet
Boston, MA: James R. Osgood. FOR OFFER I HAVE AN AMAZING AND EXTREMELY RARE ANTIQUE POETICAL WORKS OF SIR WALTER SCOTT BARONET COMPLETE DIAMOND EDITION 1872 AND IN EXCEPTIONAL ANTIQUE CONDITION. THIS HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE BOOK OF POEMS IS JUST UNDER 5 3/4 BY JUST OVER 4 INCHES, CONTAINING SUCH POEMS AS LADY OF THE LAKE, THE EVE OF ST. JOHN, AND MANY MORE AS SHOWN IN THE PICTURES TO SAY THE LEAST! THERE IS A SIGNATURE ON THE INSIDE 1ST PAGE, DATED AUGUST 22, 1874, TWO YEARS AFTER THE BOOK WAS CREATED BUT BECAUSE IT IS IN-CURSIVE; I CANNOT READ IN-CURSIVE SO DON'T KNOW THE SIGNATURE. PLEASE SEE THE ADDED PICTURES AS PART OF MY DESCRIPTION, FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS, Return policy details- Please note: I will always accept returns only if an item is not as described at my cost once I receive it back. I realize we are all human and sometimes make mistakes, though we do our best not to, so with that being said! Please know I will take the utmost care in packing, mailing and making sure everything is as it should be but again, if something happens and I make a mistake I will take care of it as soon as I receive the Item back in its original packaging and just as it was received at which time I will issue a full refund of all money paid! Thank you! Seller's payment instructions If you win multiple items I am willing to combine shipping within Five days with a $2.00 charge for each additional item purchased unless otherwise noted, just please email me to let me know you are waiting for other items to close as well as when you are finished wit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MY SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR YOU [Leominster, Massachusetts, US]
2019-01-30 17:14:42
Mark TWAIN
Hartford, CT: American Publishing Company, 1872. Condition: Good to Very Good overall. First issue with ad on p. [592] and "premises--said he / was occupying his" on p. 242, lines 20-21. Large octavo (21.25cm.); publisher's half brown morocco over cloth, gilt spine in 6 compartments, all edges marbled, marbled endpapers; xviii,[19]-591pp.; frontispiece and additional engraved title page, 6 plates and hundreds of text illus. Vertical crack to spine has been somewhat crudely repaired, extremities rubbed, rear free endpaper renewed with plain white stock, last signature a bit shaken, else contents very good. This edition preceded by the English edition by a couple of days. BAL 3337. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: joehillstrom [Winchester, Virginia, US]
2019-01-30 10:19:38
1 Folio. De 13x20 cm. Contém uma mensagem com 7 linhas manuscritas pela mão do escritor Camillo Castello Branco e a assinatura do autor. Sobreposto a um passe-partout da época com as margens em pele colada sobre vidro. Conteúdo da mensagem: « António [ ] Car | los Borges a receber, no | Theatro Gymnasio, os | direitos que me pertencem | como autor das Aben | çoadas Lágrimas | Porto. 17 de Abril de 1872 | Camillo Castello Branco ». Camilo nasceu em 1825, em Lisboa, e suicidou-se a 1 de junho de 1890, em S. Miguel de Ceide (Famalicão). A obra Lágimas Aneçoadas teve a sua primeira edição em 1857. O Teatro do Ginásio – Theatro do Gymnasio no princípio da sua existência – foi um espaço marcante na história do teatro português, tendo acolhido durante mais de um século espetáculos, sobretudo comédias, que divertiram várias gerações. O fim do Ginásio ocorreu em 1952 com a demolição do interior para a construção de um espaço comercial. A classificação como imóvel de interesse público pela Câmara Municipal de Lisboa em 1980 assegurou a preservação da fachada do edifício, sendo este transformado, em 1992, em "Espaço Chiado – Centro Comercial e Cultural Theatro do Gymnasio". Language: Português / Portuguese Location/localizacao: Gravureiro Gav. 7
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2019-01-30 09:45:57
SAMUEL BOURNE
SAMUEL BOURNE Views of India 1870-1872 Contents: 70 albumen print photographs, with one panorama of Madras beach forming an additional 2 pp. spread. With the majority of prints measuring 8 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm,), or the reverse; two prints trimmed as ovals. With 41 photographs attributed to Samuel Bourne, 20 of those with his name and inventory mark inscribed in-negative. All prints accompanied by contemporary manuscript captions, dated 1870 to 1872. Bound in fine modern calf (39 cm), with gilt-stamped design and ormolu monogram to front panel. All edges gilt. Silk endpapers, reinforced with cloth hinges. Some foxing to backing paper, not affecting prints. A fine early album of views of India, including many images from Samuel Bourne. Subjects in this album include natural landscapes, street views, cityscapes, palaces, government buildings, temples, and other religious sites. Locations include Ootacamund (6 prints), Trichinopoly (5), Tanjore (5), Aurangabad (10), Lucknow (12), Cawnpore (2), Agra (5), and Delhi (7). ***Additional images upon request*** [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rare Photo Gallery [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2019-01-30 09:24:28
Vogeler, Heinrich
35 x 37 cm (Plattenkante). Rief 13, II. - Rechts unten in der Platte von Vogeler monogrammiert, vom Drucker O. Felsing, Berlin links unten m. Bleistift signiert. - Knapp beschnitten. Rückseitig etw. gebräunt m. Montagespuren an den Rändern. Wohlerhalten. - Sehr reizvolles Blatt träumerischer Liebe von Heinrich Vogeler (1872-1942), einem der Hauptvertreter des Deutschen Jugendstils.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Düwal [Germany]
2019-01-30 08:10:00
Charles Dickens
London: Chapman and Hall. 1872-1882 Letters & Life of CHARLES DICKENS 1st Printing COMPLETE 6 VOL SET LTR 1872-1882 Letters & Life of CHARLES DICKENS 1st Printing COMPLETE 6 VOL SET LTR BACK IN TIME RARE BOOKS PO BOX 601057 JACKSONVILLE, FL 32260 [BACK IN TIME RARE BOOKS] ITEM DESCRIPTION: RARE COMPLETE 6 VOLUME ORIGINAL SET OF: "THE LIFE OF CHARLES DICKENS" by John Forster (ALL THREE ARE FIRST PRINTING COPIES) AND "THE LETTERS OF CHARLES DICKENS" Edited by His Sister-In-Law and Eldest Daughter (ALL THREE ARE FIRST PRINTING COPIES) Bound in matching FINE BINDING red cloth with leather spine and tips. Five raised hubs to each spine. TEG. Publisher Information: London: Chapman and Hall. 1872-1882 ITEM CONDITION: GOOD Overall. Foxing and toning. A bit of spotting and wear to boards, edges and covers. Two of the Letters volumes chipped at head of spine as shown. WE ACCEPT ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS! SHIPPING DETAILS: Shipping in the Continental United States is $6.00 for the first BOOK and $2.00 for each additional BOOK. Any oversized or extra heavy pieces will require additional shipping calculated by weight at the close of the auction. International rates will be based upon the USPS calculated cost. BACK IN TIME RARE BOOKS - PO BOX 601057 - JACKSONVILLE, FL 32260 Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: backintimerarebooks [Jacksonville, Florida, US]
2019-01-30 06:49:39
De Morgan, Augustus
First edition. Hard cover. Reprinted, with the author's additions, from the Athenaeum. A posthumous publication edited by De Morgan's widow. Published London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1872. 8vo., vii, [1 erratum], 511, [1 colophon], illustrated with tables, drawings within the text, plus Longman's Catalog of September, 1877 appended [30pp.]. Sir Edward Burnett Tylor's copy with his signature and bookplate. Tylor was Fellow of the Royal Society, the founder of cultural anthropology and the first Professor of Anthropology at Oxford. This copy of "Paradoxes" was presented to Oxford University by his wife upon his death in 1917, with a commemorative bookplate: "From the Library of Sir Edward Burnett Tylor, KNT., D.C.L., F.R.S., The first Reader and Professor of Anthropology in the University of Oxford. Presented to the Radcliffe Trustees by Dame Anna Rebecca Tylor, June, 1917." Blue cloth with gilt spine titles, gray endpapers. Spine frayed at the crown and heel, some splitting of the cloth at the rear outer hinge, moderate wear at the tips. Two stamps of Radcliffe Library University Museum Oxford and BODL-LIBR. DUPLICATE SOLD BY AUTHORITY on preliminaries, no other markings. Internally very good, text clean and bright. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: dtsecrt [Granville, New York, US]
2019-01-30 06:49:12
COLLECTIF
Journaux Officiels. 1872-1958. In-4 Carré. Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos frotté. Intérieur acceptable. 217 volumes. Texte sur plusieurs colonnes. Titres, tomaisons, roulettes et filets dorés sur les dos. Etiquettes de code sur les dos. Tampons bleus de bibliothèque (Institut catholique de Toulouse) en 1res pages. Dos et plats de certains volumes abîmés. Quelques rousseurs. Du volume de novembre 1872, au volume de décembre 1958. Volumes manquants: 1873: mars, avril, juillet; 1874: avril, mai; 1876: juillet, août; 1877: mars-juillet; 1878: jan.-juin; 1882: mars; 1890: jan., juin, oct.; 1891: avril-déc.; de 1892 à 1904; 1905: jan., fév., août-déc.; 1906: mai-oct., 1907: avril-déc.; de 1908 à 1944; 1945: jan.-juin, sept.-déc.; 1946: nov., déc.; de 1947 à 1956; 1958: avril.
Bookseller: Le-Livre / Le Village du Livre [FR]
2019-01-30 05:04:39
Longatti/Ostinelli/Soc. Archeologica Comense. In-8 gr., brossura con illustrazioni nel testo e numerose tavole fuori testo, più volte ripiegate. Offriamo una raccolta di 97 fascicoli di questa importante pubblicazione: dal n. 1 (marzo 1872) al n. 107 (1933). "Mancano 10 fascicoli", dal n. 86 (1924) al n. 95 (1928). Nata semestrale, a partire dal 1877 la rivista diventa annuale. La raccolta comprende anche 2 Indici generali: il primo (relativo ai fascicoli 1/44, 1872-1901) è costituito dal n. 45 della rivista; il secondo (fascicoli 46/82, 1902-1922) è un volume a sè stante, qui in ristampa anastatica. A partire dal n. 46 (1902), la rivista prende il nome di "Rivista archeologica della Provincia e antica Diocesi di Como". Nel nostro esemplare i primi 40 fascicoli sono in ristampa anastatica (tiratura di 5/600 es.), raccolti in 4 volumi, mentre i restanti 57 sono in edizione originale. Molto ben conservati.
Bookseller: Libreria La Bottega delle Occasioni [IT]
2019-01-30 04:10:33
SAINT-ALLAIS -de COURCELLES - de SAINT-PONS & Autr
Paris: 1872. Nobiliaire universel de France ou Recueil général des Généalogies historiques des Maisons Nobles de ce Royaume - T. 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 & 17. Par SAINT-ALLAIS, Nicolas VITON de ( 1773-1842) - avec le concours de Mrs Jean-Baptiste-Pierre de COURCELLES, l'abbé de l'Espines (1759-1834) , de SAINT-PONS & Autres généalogistes célèbres PARIS, Lib.Bachelin-Déflorenne - 1872/73/74- In-8 (23 cm) - Reliure 1/2 chagrin rouge, coins frottés - Dos à nerfs - 14/21 volumes - Bel ensemble FAMILLES : III) BRYAS ou BRIAS, de la VILLE de FEROLLES, BERNARDON, DANZEL de BEAULIEU, d'ALBI FRENCAVEL de WEISS,, COLLIN, GORGUETTE d'ARGOEUVES, LAMBERT, PAYEN ou PAYAN, BROSSARD, MUSSET, O'MAHONY, LE SELLIER de CHEZELLE, LANGUET de SIVRY, GARIAC, FOURNIER de BOISMARTIN et de BELLEVUE, MONTAL ou de MONTALLY, CLICQUOT de TOSSICOURT, SULET d'HEUDICOURT-LENONCOURT, COUASNON, LA CELLE de CHATYEAUCLOS, de BROSSE, CHAMBRAY, CHEVERUE, de TROGOFF, HUGUES, de GIVES, BELOT de FERREUX, GENTIL, VIDAU, DONCQUER de T'SERROELOFFS, LE ROY de la GRANGE, MALLEVAUD, COMPAGNOLT, d'ALEZ d'ANDUSE ou d'ALES, de ALESTO, HONORATI, ALFONSE, SARRET de COUSSERGUES, de FABREGUES, PREVOST de SAINT-CYRLACCAUSSADE, ORO de PONTONX, de POSTEL, COSSERON de VILLENOISY, de RAYMOND, LAISNE de SAINTE-MARIE,, du HOUX, ARGIOT de la FERRIERE, BANYULS de MONTFERRE, GARIDEL, DEMARTIN, de CASTELBAJAC, CHAPT de RASTIGNAC, GUILLAUMANCHESdu BOSCAGE, MONTMORENCY, MILON, DUBOCAGE de BLEVILLE, BARTBIER de La SERRE, AUCAPITAINE de LIMANGES, MIRON, LE MANCEL, ROUSSEAU de RIMOGNE, MAHY de FAVRAS, PIGAULT de LEPINOY, ES … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: boistibaut53 [brest, FR]
2019-01-30 01:00:09
K.k. Generalstabs-Bureau für Kriegsgeschichte (Bearbeitung):
Wien, Verlag des k. k. Generalstabes - In Commission bei C. Gerold`s Sohn, 1872. (8) 583 (1), 66 Seiten; 4 (1 sehr große, 3 große) mehrfach gefaltete lithographierte geographische Karten. - Halbledereinband der Zeit mit späterem (1. Hälfte d. 19. Jh.) maschinenschriftlichem Papierrückenschild; kl.-4to. (ca. 25 x 18 x 3 cm; ca. 1,3 kg.). *** 1. AUFLAGE, GEBUNDENE ORIGINALAUSGABE; SELTENSTER BAND DES SELTENEN WERKES, MIT ALLEN BEILAGEN UND KARTEN. Lose beiliegen zusätzlich 3 augenscheinlich kompetente Manuskript-Gefechtskarten, rückseitig auf vorgedruckten Briefen des `Rechtsanwalt[es] H. Kamps, Bonn`(1. Hälfte d. 19. Jh.). - Rücken oben- sowie Buchdeckel und deren Kanten berieben; Titelblatt oben links mit alter kleiner roter Archivnummer sowie unten rechts mit 2 alten Stempeln `Lese-Verein des . . . F. Corps 25 J.R` und `Bibliothek des 1. Rheinischen Infanterie Regts. No. 25`; erste Blätter unten leicht finger-, letzte Blätter sowie die Faltkarten im breiten unbedruckten Rand leicht stockfleckig; ansonsten sehr gutes Exemplar. --- Ebenfalls im Bestand, Band 1 des dreibändigen Werkes, bei dem allerdings einige der auf dessen Titelblatt angegeben Karten fehlen. . . Versand D: 3,00 EUR isbn 1247718670 (reprint) isbn13: 9781247718675 kriege im neunzehnten jahrhundert italien
Bookseller: Sebastian Schuck, CO-LIBRI [Germany]
2019-01-30 00:28:23
Richard Burton
London: Tinsley Brothers, 1872. First edition, first issue binding, 2 volumes, 8vo, pp. xii, [2], 503, [1]; vi, [2], 519, [1]; folding map highlighted in blue, 11 wood-engraved plates (including 2 frontispieces), 4 full-p. sketch maps; original chocolate brown cloth, gilt vignette on upper covers, both volumes neatly rebacked with original spines laid down; previous owners' bookplates, pertinent newspaper clippings tipped into both volumes at endpaper and half-title; a good, sound copy. Zanzibar is Burton's account of the country and its natural history, and Burton's and Speke's various journeys 1857-59 in the lake regions of east Africa, including the discoveries of Lakes Victoria and Tanganyika. The final chapter is Burton's memorial of Speke with whom he had many points of divergence regarding the geographical discoveries at Victoria and the Nile basin. Spink Catalogue, no. 49; Penzer, pp. 88-89; Casada 72: "It is, in my opinion, among the most important of his African-related studies.". [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2019-01-30 00:17:01
Conditions de vente Expédition Paiement À propos de la librairie Visitez notre boutique 3696 Charles BAUDELAIRE Portraits souvenirs Paris, Pincebourde, 1872. 1 vol. (150 x 240 mm) de 2 ff. et 208 pp., broché. Édition originale. Un des rares exemplaires sur grand papier vergé de Hollande, non justifiés, après 6 Chine. Ce recueil donne entre autre neuf lettres inédites de Baudelaire à Poulet-Malassis, et un hommage rendu au poète par plusieurs de ses amis. Outre l'éditeur alençonnais, le volume a été préparé par Charles Cousin et Charles Asselineau, avec une bibliographie rédigée par le vicomte Spoelberch de Lovenjoul. Il est édité par René Pincebourde, l'ancien premier commis de Poulet-Malassis. À la faillite de la librairie de la rue de Richelieu, c'est à lui que fut vendu le fonds Poulet-Malassis et de Broise. Baudelaire lui avait dédicacé un des exemplaires sur hollande des Fleurs du Mal, aujourd'hui à la BnF. Bon exemplaire broché -- une déchirure en charnière inférieure. Vicaire, I, 352 ; Oberlé, 947. Photos et descriptions complémentaires sur demande. Visitez notre boutique Retrouvez tous nos livres et documents présents dans notre boutique eBay ; chaque objet y est soigneusement décrit et photographié. Informations supplémentaires sur demande. À propos de la librairie Recevez nos catalogues mensuels ou thématiques et consultez notre blog sur www.librairie-walden.com Paiement Règlement Paypal de préférence. Virements et chèques bancaires (France) sont également acceptés, ainsi que les CB à distance. Nous contacter. Expédition Tous les envois sans exception se font en c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: la librairie Walden [Orléans, FR]
2019-01-30 00:16:27
BAUDELAIRE, Charles
Chez René Pincebourde, Paris, 1872. Demi maroquin bordeaux à coins de l'époque, dos à cinq nerfs portant le titre doré, tête dorée. Couverture et dos d'origine conservés. Les témoins sont conservés. Un volume in-8 (234x138 mm), (4)-208 pages. Légers frottements à la reliure, sinon très bel état. Texte comme neuf. Édition originale. Cet ouvrage est un recueil de lettres important, qui témoigne non seulement du génie littéraire que fût Charles Baudelaire, mais aussi des grandes amitiés qui le liaient aux écrivains et artistes de l'époque, comme Eugène Delacroix, et Victor Hugo. "C'est un hommage rendu à la mémoire de Baudelaire par plusieurs de ses amis, arrangé et complété par Poulet-Malassis. Les autres collaborateurs du volume sont Ch. Cousin et Ch. Asselineau. La bibliographie fut préparée par le Vicomte Spoelberch de Lovenjoul". (Oberlé 947). Bel exemplaire de l'édition originale, ayant conservée sa couverture et le dos d'origine. Un des rares (10?) exemplaires sur papier vergé de Hollande, second papier au tirage non justifié, après 6 exemplaire sur Chine. [Vicaire I, 352] , [Oberlé 947] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contemporary half claret morocco, spine in six compartments lettered in gilt, top edge gilt. Original printed wrappers bound in. Untrimmed edges. 8vo (234x138 mm), (4)-208 pages. Very fine copy, with small rubbings. Copy as new. First edition. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2019-01-29 23:37:06
Title: PICTURESQUE AMERICA; Or, The Land We Live In. A Delineation by Pen and Pencil of the Mountains, Rivers, Lakes, Forests, Water-Falls, Shores, Cañons, Valleys, Cities, and Other Picturesque Features of Our Country. Editor: William Cullen Bryant Illustrators: Eminent American artists including: Harry Fenn, R. Swain Gifford, Homer Martin, Granville Perkins, Alfred Waud, Thomas Moran, W. L. Sheppard, William Hart, F. O. C. Darley, etc. Publisher: New York, NY: D. Appleton and Company. 1872, 1874. Description: Complete in 2 volumes. First edition in book format. Beautiful illustrations and steel engravings. A lovely set. Raised bands w/ title blocked direct in gilt and w/gilt decoration; Full morocco with marbled endpapers; Folio (13" tall x 10" wide). Illustrated with 49 full-page beautiful steel engravings and numerous in-text wood engravings (early American views, including title pages, a frontispiece plate of Niagara Falls, cities and towns, including one of the first images of the City of Cleveland, as well as such rugged natural scenes as Yellowstone Falls, the Smoky Mountains, and Mount Hood. Published in parts. With an additional title page, engraved, to each volume. First published in 48 parts beginning in 1872--afterwards appearing in book form as a two volume set. Actually written by Oliver B. Bunce, the phrasing of the text was laboriously edited and "corrected" by Bryant. Condition: Extremities rubbed, books tight and clean throughout. Some light scuffing/rubbing with most wear to corners and around spine, overall very good and bright with hinges firm. Mild an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: jremington1 [Santa Monica, California, US]
2019-01-29 23:26:01
NA.
1872. Condition: Very Good. Original full dark brown morocco leather. Boards have been embossed with a gilt artists pallet and gilt lettering. Raised bands, blind stamped and compartmented. Light rubbing as is common with books of this size. All edges gilt. Filled with text and illustrations about America. Illustrations are by various eminent artists from the time period in excellent condition and no foxing. Quite lovely Victorian binding and in EXCELLENT condition.
Bookseller: Ziern-Hanon Galleries Antique Store [Saint Louis, Missouri, US]
2019-01-29 23:26:01
William Cullen Bryant
New York, NY: D. Appleton & Company. 13 x 10 1/2 , Volume 1 has 568 pages , very clean, no foxing. Volume 2 has 576 pages, very clean, no foxing. The spine and covers have gold gilding, the edges are gold. Very nice condition. Very heavy, each book weighs about 10 lbs. Bryant, William Cullen (1794-1878) Picturesque America; or, the Land We Live in. New York: Appleton, 1872-1874. Two thick large quarto volumes, first edition in book form, illustrated with forty-nine full page steel-engraved views and many text wood engravings throughout, bound in full contemporary uniform brown morocco leather, blind and gold-stamped boards and spines, a.e.g., white textured end leaves, very good, 10 x 13 in. (2).
Bookseller: francom11z2 [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-01-29 23:26:01
Bryant, William Cullen, editor
NY: D. Appleton and Company, (1872-1874). First Edition. Morocco. Two volumes, thick small-folio. pp: 568; 576. Steel-engraved frontispieces, half-titles, and 45 other plates (49 in all); nearly 900 other wood and steel engravings, many full-page. Bound in brown morocco; paneled spine with raised bands, gilt lettering and floral decorations; ruled sides with artist's palette and title gilt-stamped on both covers; all edges gilt. Spotty foxing to frontispiece and half-title in both volumes, otherwise clean plates and text. Joints lightly rubbed. 13" x 10" x 2.5" (each volume). Very Good. Item #037355 [Blanck, BAL 1732, second state: "The statement 'Edited by William Cullen Bryant' appears on the title-page of each volume...." Bryant's name also appears at the end of the Preface.]. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Petrilla Books [Roosevelt, New Jersey, US]
2019-01-29 23:25:48
BRYANT, William Cullen (1794-1878).
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1872 - 1874. [American Topography]. FIRST EDITIONS. In two volumes. Quarto (33 x 26cm), pp.[2] viii, 568 [2]; pp.[2] vi, 576 [2]. With 49 full page steel engraved plates, and many more wood engravings, both full page plates and in-text. Publisher's deluxe brown full blind-tooled morocco boards, with gilt titles. Recently re-spined to style in brown morocco, with original marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Some light browning mostly towards the margins of the text blocks. Some rubbing and light surface loss to the boards, corners bumped and worn through to the boards, some chipping to board edges. An attractive clean copy; very good.
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington [UNITED KINGDOM]
2019-01-29 23:25:48
William Cullen Bryant
New York: D. Appleton & Co. Publishers., 1872. Picturesque America, two volumes (full set). Age spots on a couple of pages
Bookseller: FastovGalleries [U.S.A.]
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2019-01-29 23:25:14
Bryant, William Cullen
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1872 - 1874. First Edition. Leather bound. Near fine. Quarto, [two volumes], vii, 567pp (Vol.1), vi, 575pp (Vol.2). Original brown morocco, raised bands, decorative gilt inlays in five compartments on spine, black stamped covers, title in gilt on spine, gilt illustration on cover. Silk endpapers. All edges gilt. Occasional wear at edges and on spine. Fully illustrated with 49 full page engravings with tissue cover. An outstanding example of this historical work. (Sabin 62692) Originally from a series of articles in Appleton's Journal, Picturesque America was published in two volumes by popular demand. Engravings include the follow locations: · On the Coast of Maine · St. John's and Ocklawaha Rivers · Up and Down the Columbia · Lookout Mountain and the Tennessee · Richmond, Scenic and Historic · Natural Bridge, Virginia · Delaware Water-Gap · Mauch Chunk · On the Savannah · The French Broad · The White Mountains · Neversink Highlands · St. Augustine, Florida · Charleston and its Suburbs · Weyer's Cave, Virginia · Scenes on the Brandywine · Cumberland Gap · Watkins Glen · Scenes on Eastern Long Island · The Lower Mississippi · Mackinac · Our Great National Park · Harper's Ferry · Scenes in Virginia · Newport · West Virginia · Lake Superior · Northern California · Niagara · Trenton Falls · The Yosemite Falls · Providence and Vicinity · South Shore of Lake Erie · On the Coast of California. Volume II … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The First Edition Rare Books, LLC [Cincinnati, OH, U.S.A.]
2019-01-29 23:00:45
REV. A. B. GOODRICH and WALTER B. GILBERT
United States: Dutton. Fine antiquarian condition. OFFERING A VERY RARE VOLUME "CANTICLES OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH WITH MUSIC" EDITED BY THE REV. A. B. GOODRICH and WALTER B. GILBERT SEE VIEWS ABOVE HARDCOVER THE TITLE ON THE FRONT COVER IS "HYMNALS AND CANTICLES WITH MUSIC" THE TITLE ON THE TITLE PAGE IS AS STATED FIRSTLY PUBLISHED 1872 BY E. P. DUTTON & COMPANY, CHURCH PUBLISHERS, 713 Broadway, NEW YORK JOHN ROSS & CO., PRINTERS, 27 Rose Street, NEW YORK TAYLOR AND BARWOOD, MUSIC STEREOTYPES AND ELECTROTYPES, 27 Rose Street, NEW YORK 435 PAGES WITH INDEX OF FIRST LINES, A TABLE OF SUBJECTS, AND A TABLE OF TUNES PLUS 4 PAGE OF ADVERTISEMENTS AT THE BACK FOR OTHER WORKS PUBLISHED BY E. P. DUTTON BOOK CONDITION FINE REDDISH BROWN CLOTH BOARDS WITH GILT TITLE ON THE COVER AND SPINE NO WEAR WHATSOEVER GILT REMARKABLY BRIGHT AND CRISP HINGES TIGHT NO FOXING OR MILDEW CONTENTS CLEAN WITH INDEX OF FIRST LINES, TABLE OF SUBJECTS, INDEX OF TUNES, METRICAL INDEX OF TUNES, and ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF TUNES PLUS 4 PAGES OF ADS AT THE BACK INCLUDING AN AD FOR GERRISH CABINET ORGANS, BEING PROMOTED BY E. P. DUTTON PUBLISHERS THROUGH THEIR BOOKS A TRULY SCARCE VOLUME IN FINE CONDITION BID NOW! BUYER PREPAYS PLUS SHIPPING AUCTIONS MUST BE PAID WITHIN 7 DAYS OF AUCTION END BY PAY PALFOREIGN SHIPPING ARRANGED MASSACHUSETTS CUSTOMERS ADD 6.25% SALES TAX ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED WITH NEXT DAY SHIPMENT WE'LL SHIP ANYWHERE AS LONG AS YOU PAY THE SHIPPING! [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Times Past Antiques [Hanover, Massachusetts, US]
2019-01-29 22:43:02
(HARDY, Thomas)
Tinsley Brothers. 1872 Half title, Vol. I; light foxing throughout, heavier on e.ps, prelims & final pages. Contemp. half green morocco, spine in gilt compartments; hinges rubbed.Purdy, p.6; Sadleir 1117; not in Wolff. Hardy's scarce second novel. According to Purdy only 500 copies were issued.
Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books [UK]
2019-01-29 22:43:02
Thomas Hardy
1872. Good condition. <div style="text-align:center"><img src="http://ti2.auctiva.com/sw/java.gif" border="0"><br><table align="center">&amp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: calvedon [Dorchester, GB]
2019-01-29 22:41:52
Hardy Thomas]
London Tinsley Brothers 1872. 2 volumes. Rare First edition. A Copy with Interesting Provenance in the circles of American commerce and finance. 8vo, handsomely bound in antique full maroon morocco for Sawyer of Grafton Street, London, the boards with a triple gilt ruled frame, the spines with gilt stippled raised bands and gilt framed compartments, two of which are lettered in gilt, additional gilt lettering at the foot of the spine panels, gilt ruled board edges, gilt tooled turn-ins, marbled endpapers and t.e.g. 215; 216 pp. A very handsome set, the bindings with only a little light aging, all very solid and firm and very attractive, the text also fine with just a hint of age mellowing. THE FIRST OF THE GREAT SERIES OF WESSEX NOVELS, THE AUTHOR'S SECOND PUBLISHED NOVEL, AND THE LAST TO BE PUBLISHED WITHOUT HIS NAME. QUITE RARE, Purdy presumed the print run to be only about 500 copies. It is an important precursor to Hardy's major works. The Wessex rustics who play critical roles in Hardy's later novels, such as The Return of the Native and The Mayor of Casterbridge, claim the centre stage as they debut here. This copy with the bookplates of noted book collector and "the most colorful and attractive figure in the commercial banking world", Albert Henry Wiggin of Greenwich, who in 1941 donated several thousand pieces of his collection to the Boston Public Library. Also with the bookplates of Connecticut banker Lynde Selden, vice-chairman of the board of American Express from 1941 to 1956. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-01-29 21:41:02
SERLE (Edis)]
Philadelphia: J. P. Skelly & Co. 12mo, 150 x 90 mms., pp. 85 [86 - 90 blank], one steel-engraved plate at page 72, publisher's original blue embossed cloth, with the initials of the firm within a lozenge on the front cover, gilt spine; lower portion of spine snagged and slightly defective but a very good copy, with inscriptions and ownership markings: "Arthur J. Fellows" in stamp and "From Mr. Chase" on recto of front free end-paper, and "Master Arthur Fellows" in pencil on the upper margin of the recto of the following leaf. Little Joe and his friend Tim, both of whom work in the mill, find a new home with a Mrs. Brett, thanks to their fragarian skills. The work was first published in London in 1867 by Seeley, Jackson, and Halliday (copy in V&A), followed by another edition or reprint in 1868 (BL). No copy of this 1872 Philadelphia imprint located, though there is a copy dated 1873 in Millersville University Library. The 1867 imprint lists other children's works mentioned on the title-page and identifies the author as Edis Serle. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2019-01-29 20:23:46
Deutscher und Österreichischer Alpenverein
versch. Verlagsorte, Verlag des Deutschen und Österreichischen Alpenvereins, 1872-1942, zunächst 8°, dann (ab Band 26) 4°, je Band zw. 100 und 500 S. mit zahlr. s/w-Abb., Illustr., Kartendarstellungen, Ausklapptafeln, losen Kartenbeilagen und teilwise auch schönen chromolithographischen Farb-Abb. von Gebirgen, Gletschern, Gipfeln etc., ganz wunderbares Abbildungsmaterial sowie wissenschaftliche Beiträge zu Alpinismus, bergsteigen, Expeditionen, Vermessungen etc. etc., verschiedene Einbände (zu Beginn schwarze Halbleinen-Einbände der Zeit mit Musterpapierbezügen und Rückenschild, dann grüne Halbleinen-Einband mit schwarzer Rückenbeschriftung, einige Bände im und nach dem ersten Weltkrieg kartoniert, dann helle original Leineneinbände), die kartonierten Notzeit-Bände am Rücken stellenw. mit kleineren Kantenfehlstellen, sonst zumeist altersgemäß schöne, saubere Exemplare, augenscheinlich auch mit allen Karten.-Beilagen (aber nicht erschöpfend kollationiert), Die bedeutende Reihe beginnt mit Band 3, nach dem Zusammenschluss der beiden Alpenvereine. Sie ging aus dem zuerst 1865 veröffentlichten Jahrbuch des Oesterreichischen Alpenvereins (= Band I) und der von 1870 bis 72 erschienenen Zeitschrift des Deutschen Alpenvereins hervor. Ab 1938 (nach dem `Anschluss`) unter dem Titel: `Zeitschrift des Deutschen Alpenvereins`. Versand in mehreren großen DHL-Paketen, ins postalische nicht-EU-Ausland wegen des enormen Gewichts nur nach Absprache. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Alpen Alpenraum; Alpenclub Alpenverein; Berg Berge Bergwelt; Berge Gebirge Gebirgslandschaft Gebirgslandschaften; Be … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Orban & Streu GbR [Germany]
2019-01-29 19:32:23
Ulffers, Franz:
Berlin: Mittler & Sohn, 1872. IX, 410 S. 1. Band 8vo 2. Band Gr-8vo. Gold- und blindgeprägte OLwd. (Auf Deckel Reichsadler in Gold.) Sehr seltenes Original der beiden Bände! Aus dem Nachdruck von 1983: Als A. Mühleisen im Jahre 1893 sein `Handbuch der Seemannschaft` erscheinen ließ, bezeichnete er im Vorwort das `Handbuch der Seemannschaft` von Franz Ulffers, das 20 Jahre vor dem seinen erschienen war, als das einzige gute, das es in deutscher Sprache überhaupt gegeben habe. Nur mit der Tatsache, daß es seite Jahren vergriffen war, rechtfertigte er die Herausgabe seines Buches. Er machte dabei die Einschränkung, Ulffers habe ausschließlich für die Verhältnisse der Kriegsmarine geschrieben und diejenigen der jetzt schon weiter verbreiteten Dampfschiffe und das Manövrieren derselben nicht berücksichtigt. Die Führung eines Dampfschiffes gegen Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts unterscheidet sich in ihren Grundzügen von der des modernen Schiffes nicht sehr wesentlich. Bezieht sich Mühleisens Einwand somit auf den Gegensatz Segelschiff-Dampfschiff, so liegt in dieser Beschränkung heute ein doppelter Vorzug. Einmal sind Ausstattung und Manövrieren eines Segelschiffes ohne Hilfsmotor, nachdem es Segelschiffe dieser Art nicht mehr gibt, nun einmal von größerem Interesse als bei einem modernen Schiff. Zum andern werden hier nicht Hinweise in unverbindlicher Form gegeben, sondern in jeder Hinsicht klare, eindeutige und unverwechselbare Anweisungen für die Ausbildung einer in ihrer Zusammensetzung vorwiegend durch Zufälligkeit bestimmten, urpsrünglich berufsfremden Mannschaft. Ulffers geht dav … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Halina Krupka [Baltmannsweiler, Germany]
2019-01-29 18:40:47
Viollet Le Duc Eugene
Paris: V. A. Morel , 1872. Complete in 6 volumes. Books measure 25 x 17 cm. Circa 2,500 pages, numerous text illustrations, many full page, some coloured. Bound in period half calf, calf corners, marble boards, raised bands, gilt lettering. Calf lightly rubbed/scuffed on edges. All bindings in very good clean solid condition. Internally, pages and illusterations in very good clean condition throughout. A very nice clean set, in attrcative solid period bindings. . Half Calf with Marble Boards. Very Good Plus. 8vo.
Bookseller: George Jeffery Books [HERTFORDSHIRE, United Kingdom]
2019-01-29 15:59:41
Alexandre DUMAS
First illustrated editionBindings half green sheepskin contemporary. Smooth backs with casters. Author and title golden. Legrand, Troussel et Pomey Paris 1872 (S.d.) Grd. in-8 (18x26cm) 390pp. et 371pp. et 380pp. et 399pp. 4 volumes reliés
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2019-01-29 15:59:38
DUMAS Alexandre
- Legrand, Troussel et Pomey, Paris 1872 (S.d.), Grd. in-8 (18x26cm), 390pp. et 371pp. et 380pp. et 399pp., 4 volumes reliés. - Première édition illustrée de 64 gravures sur bois hors-texte par Philippoteaux. Reliures en demi basane verte d'époque. Dos lisses ornés de roulettes. Auteur et titre dorés. Un trou de vers en queue du tome 4, un autre au mors en queue du tome 3. Légers frottements sur les dos. Frottements sur les plats et coins. Coin du tome 4 portant 2 pliures. Feuillet de la table des matières du tome 3 avec un manque au coin droit. trace pâle et légère de mouillure au coin droit des feuillets du tome 2 sur l'ensemble du volume. Ensemble bien propre, quasi exempt de rousseurs mais au papier un peu teinté. Bon exemplaire. Dernier des grands romans historiques de Dumas, l'action se situe à Naples, où l'écrivain rédigea le roman. La San-Felice est une jeune napolitaine, amoureuse d'un espion français. Avec l'aide des Anglais, le roi Ferdinand de Naples reprend Naples. La réponse des Français est fulgurante et une République est proclamée. Luisa San-Felice deviendra l'étendard de l'insurrection, la ville sera reprise et les français chassés. Arrivé très tard dans la carrière littéraire de Dumas, et bien après l'âge d'or du grand roman-feuilleton, La San Felice n'eut pas le succès espéré et tomba dans un relatif oubli. Il est cependant un des grands romans historiques de Dumas, parfaitement maîtrisé, et habité par l'esprit de l'auteur qui tenait pour des raisons personnelles à écrire ce livre, pour son père et contre les Bourbons. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLL … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2019-01-28 23:19:03
Charles Darwin
London, UK: London, John Murray, 1872. First edition, second issue with the incorrect spelling of 'that' on line one of page 208. Pagination: vi, 374 pages with seven heliotype plates, three folding. Four pages of publisher's advertisements are dated November 1872. Original dark green cloth with title in gold on spine; black endpapers. Signature and address of early owner on upper right of title page. Otherwise a very clean and unmarked copy in a tight binding. #2651.
Bookseller: rotaglf [Gainesville, Florida, US]
2019-01-28 16:50:17
Darwin, Charles.
London, John Murray. 1872. Publisher's rather shiny green cloth, very slightly rubbed at extremities, still very sound, untrimmed. Front blank foxed, slightly offsetting onto title-page. pp. vi, 374, 4, 7 heliotype plates (3 folding) with Roman numerals (some issues have Arabic "The two states seem to occur at random. Darwin's own copy. has the Roman" (Freeman)), text illustrations. Folding plates with very slight marginal foxing (one with 2 small marginal splits). All the First Issue points of Freeman 1141 not distinguished from 1142. Oscar Gustav Rejlander. "made a set of photographs for Charles Darwin. his own evident ability as an actor who had analysed the meaning of facial expression for himself, made him a photographer of remarkable psychological penetration" (Frizot). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Nicholas Goodyer ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2019-01-28 03:07:13
Twain, Mark
HARTFORD, CONN., 1872 Published by AMERICAN PUBLISHING Edition: FIRST ED Binding: HARD BACK BROWN Size: 6X9 591 Pages Overall Condition is: POOR front cover has major damaging to binding. wear to endpapers. pencil writing to front endpage. 2 Front is piece 1872/ Ad on page 592/ page 330 has capitol E in eastern page 156 has capitol T for trees and page 156 states 13th, not 16th. major deckeling to edges. wear to pages. black illustrations throughout text.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop [Atlantic City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2019-01-28 02:31:04
[GARNIER Francis} DESGODINS Abbé Auguste
1872. Auteur : [GARNIER Francis} DESGODINS Abbé Auguste -- Titre : Lettre autographe signée à Francis Garnier, Plombières, 29 juillet 1872 [et] Copie manuscrite conforme, par son frère, d'une lettre du missionnaire rédigée le 14 mai 1874 : "Observations sur la rédaction du Voyage de Francis Garnier inséré dans Le Tour du Monde". -- Editeur : 1872 -- Année : 1874 -- Feuille double, 21 X 13 cm, 3 pages, adresse et timbre et tampons sur la 4° page, petite déchirure. Copie : 21 X 27 cm. 4 pages. Le Père Desgodins (1826-1913) de la Société des missions étrangères de Paris, est un des premiers missionnaires français des Marches tibétaines. Il émet le souhait de rencontrer Francis Garnier, alors en poste au Dépôt des cartes et plan à l'occasion d'un passage à Paris. La lettre recopiée par le frère de Desgodins est une copieuse et passionnante note de lecture, inédite, du Voyage d'exploration en Indochine que Garnier donne par épisode au Tour du Monde, notamment sur la partie chinoise du récit que le missionnaire connaît bien. Il qualifie d'"injuste, méchant et ingrat" les assertions de Garnier sur les pères Proteau et Fenouille dont il est longuement question, et fustige "l'esprit très antireligieux qui préside à la rédaction de ce voyage. Quand à démêlés avec la curiosité et l'insolence des chinois [...] je n'y étais pas [...] mais n'est-ce pas exagéré [...] J'ai eu a subir les mêmes ennuis, seul, sans revolver, sans escorte, je m'en suis bien débarrassé, souvent par une simple plaisanterie..." Il liste certaines erreurs, notamment celle de méconnaître la prédominance du pouvoir … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Avenue [31, rue Lécuyer - 93400 Saint-Ouen, FR]
2019-01-27 00:44:22
CARROLL, Lewis
London: Macmillan and Co., 1872. London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1872. With fifty illustrations by John Tenniel. Octavo. Original red cloth, recased, spine lettered in gilt, triple rule border and central vignettes in gilt to covers, black-coated endpapers, gilt edges. With a contemporary red cloth dust jacket. Illustrated frontispiece with tissue guard, illustrations in the text. Binder's ticket to rear pastedown. Rubbing to extremities, slight wear to spine ends, various small marks and a little fingermarking to cloth, a remarkably bright copy; the jacket with water and ring marks to front panel and onto spine. First edition. As with the first edition of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Through the Looking-Glass was published for the Christmas market but bears the following year's date in its imprint. It was actually published in December 1871, in an edition of 9,000 copies.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
2019-01-25 18:57:34
Lewis Carroll
Macmillan, London, 1872. Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll First edition. Macmillan and Co, London 1872. A good copy of the first edition of the classic novel, Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There. Contains the "Wade" on p 21 as required for first edition. With fifty black and white illustrations by John Tenniel. Recased with all joints repaired. Original red cloth rebacked preserving the original spine. Covers are rubbed and soiled. Rubbed gilt and soiled covers. The front end papers hinge is repaired. Fold on the half title page. The contents are spotted and marked throughout the book. Several of the illustrations are coloured in with coloured ink. 2cm tear on page 137. Light dog eared folds on a few of the pages. 8vo 224 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rare And Antique Books PBFA [Exeter, DEVON, United Kingdom]
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