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        Grand Dictionnaire De Cuisine.

      Mit 2 Portraits, Paris, Alphonse Lemerre, 1873, VI, (1 Blatt), 1155, 24 Seiten, 28x17,5, Original-Leineneinband, Rückengelenk geklebt, Name auf Vorsatz, leichte Gebrauchsspuren, stellenweise stockfleckig, Text französisch

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ingrid Degutsch]
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        Die preußische Expedition nach Ost-Asien. Nach amtlichen Quellen.

      Berlin, Verlag der Königlichen Geheimen Ober - Hofbuchdruckerei (R. v. Decker), 1864 - 1873. - 4 Bände. Mit 4 gefalt. Karten und 48 photolithograph. Tafeln auf aufgewalztem China. OLwd.26 x 18,5 cm. Henze II, 185; Cordier BJ, 558; Cordier BS, 2522. - Der komplette Expeditionsbericht nach den amtlichen Quellen. Die unter Leitung Graf F. A. zu Eulenburgs stehende Expedition nach Ostasien war Ausdruck von Preußens verspätetem Bemühen um diplomatische und politische Präsenz in Ostasien. Im Gefolge der Expedition von 1860-62 erschienen verschiedene Schriften mit persönlichen Briefen, Erinnerungen, zoologischen und botanischen Auswertungen. Die Expedition führte von Singapur über Bangkok, Indonesien, Hongkong und den chinesischen Küstenstädten nach Japan. Die schönen Tafeln zeigen Landschaftsmotive sowie Szenen und Ansichten u. a. aus Yeddo, Nagasaki, Tientsin, Peking, Bangkok. - Tls. minimal fleckig. Eine Karte auf Leinwand aufgezogen. Sehr gutes Exemplar! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
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        Kopenhagen 1845 - 1928). Campagna di Roma. (1. Wintertag im Süden). Öl auf Leinwand, diese auf Karton aufgezogen. 1873. Unten rechts in Bleistift monogrammiert, datiert 'December (?) 1873' und bezeichnet 'Campagna'. 30,5 x 46 cm. Gerahmt.

      1873 - Weitläufige Ansicht der Campagna mit Gebirgskette unter blauem Himmel. Vorne rechts ein Wanderer dem Betrachter zugewandt.- Verso auf der Pappe handschriftlich 'Gottfred Chr.' sowie 'Camppagna di Roma de . (?) 1873' und '1. Wintertag im Süden 1873' u.a.- 1 (alt?) restaurierter Randeinriss oben rechts, wenige minimale Farbabplatzer.- . Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Le Follet et Le Courrier de la Mode. 49ème à 51ème année, du 3 janvier 1874 au 16 octobre 1875

      TYP. MORRIS & Cie. 1873 - 1875. In-Folio Carré. Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Quelques rousseurs. 104 livraisons de 8 pages. 59 planches de gravures aquarellées (dont 1 dépliante). Nombreuses gravures et nombreux patrons en noir et blanc, dans le texte. Texte sur 2 colonnes. Titre, années, roulettes et filets dorés sur demi-basane bordeaux. Mors fendu sur la coiffe en pied. Quelques épidermures. Corsets, Jupons, Coiffures et Coiffes, Etoffes, Foulards, Redingotte, Costumes, Manteaux ...

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        The Spirit of America - JOIN

      The American Red Cross. unbound. Poster. Color offset lithograph. Page measures 30" x 20". World War I-era poster of a nurse with the American Red Cross symbol. Small repair to top margin. Unmounted. Notes in pencil verso state " July '21, a gift Miss Agnes N. Barllett." Howard Chandler Christy (1873-1952) was an American magazine illustrator who gained a reputation for military scenes thanks to pictures he made during the Spanish-American War. His World War I posters were incredibly popular as well, particular in his distinct depiction of charming women with strong values. Rare.

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        Newport, Rhode Island.

      Harper's Weekly. New York. 08-30- 1873. - Wood engraving, 9 1/2 x 30 3/4 inches on sheet 11 1/2 x 32 1/2 inches, multiple folds, now professionally mounted to linen backing. This was published as a Supplement to Harper's Weekly of August 30 1873. Very good condition; a couple of creases near folds minimized by linen backing. Expansive bird's eye view of the town and harbor of Newport, with ships of all kinds. Buildings are identified in small text above and below the image.

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        THE PRIMITIVE HYMNS, SPIRITUAL SONGS, AND SACRED POEMS: Regularly Selected, Classified And Set In Order, And Adapted To Social Singing And All Occasions Of Divine Worship

      Published for the Proprietor, Greenville, Ala. 1873 - Stereotype edition, 1873 edition. A Good copy. 32 mo., xxii, 5-552 pp. Bound in full period calf, with boards sipmply decorated in blind and the title on a black label on the spine. The front board has been reattached at an early time with simply hand-stitching. The rear hinge is cracking. The front end papers are loose, up to but not including, the title page. Occasional browning and minor staining to a few of the text pages. A Good copy in its used condition. *** Originally published by Lloyd in 1841 in Wetumpka, Primitive Hymns is still in use by Primitive Baptist congregations across the country. Lloyd selected 535 hymns from other popular hymn books and published the work, without musical notation, in a palm-sized books. Published in Greenville Alabama after Lloyd became a public official there in 1858.*** [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        American Odd Fellows : 1873 Chromolithograph Broadside of The Lord's Prayer (Freemasonry, Fraternal Orders)

      Columbus, OH: M. C. Lilley, 1873. Broadside. Good. Chromolithograph broadside, 28" tall x 22" wide, with narrow tide line water stains to edges, some rippling, toning and creases, edge wear with a few closed tears and minor losses, heavy browning verso. A virtual puzzle of 19th century fraternal imagery, this broadside is beautifully printed in multiple colors, with each color and its attendant icons representing a different degree of membership achievement within the Order of the American Odd Fellows. One example is "The Triple Links" with "F.L.T." printed within each link, a recurring symbol among American Odd Fellows, standing for "Friendship, Love and Truth" and one of three icons representing The American Odd Fellows Initiation rite. The Ohio publisher of this broadside was "... M.C. Lilley Co., which began its existence as a publisher and book bindery, but morphed into the world's largest manufacturer and supplier of regalia, clothing and equipment that outfitted the members of the Masonic Temple, Knights of Pythias, Knights Templar and International Order of Odd Fellows of the world." Craig Lovelace/Business First, 2012. A still mostly whole survivor, and uncommon thus.

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        La patrie en danger

      1873. Dentu, Paris s.d. (1873), 15x24cm, relié. - Dentu, Paris s.d. (1873), 15x24cm, relié. - Prima edizione, una delle 10 copie numerate e giustificato sul posto dai Edmond de Goncourt, edizione deluxe. Binding metà dolore marrone cioccolato indietro con quattro nervi, piatti di carta marmorizzata, guardie e contreplats di carta fatta a mano, la testa rossa, vincolante contemporaneo. autografo firmato di Edmond de Goncourt al suo amico pittore e smaltatore Claudio Popelin. Due luce sbavatura minore sui tagli, bella copia. [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 10 exemplaires numérotés et justifiés sur vergé par Edmond de Goncourt, tirage de tête. Reliure en demi chagrin marron chocolat, dos à quatre nerfs, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, tête rouge, reliure de l'époque. Envoi autographe signé d'Edmond de Goncourt à son ami le peintre et émailleur Claudius Popelin. Deux légers accrocs sans gravité sur les coupes, agréable exemplaire.  

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea

      Sampson Low, 1873. 3rd edition. Hardcover. Blue decorated boards, slightly marked to rear, nice gilt lettering on the front, a little darkened at the spine, spine remounted and relined, some extremity repair, all page-edges gilt, name and small bookplate on fpd, pages clean bar a very occasional spot, all 112 illustrations present. Rear publisher's advertisement for the season 1872-3. In all, a rather good example of a very scarce edition of Verne's classic title, following hard on the heels of the first and second impressions.

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        An Analysis of the Fifth Book of Hooker's Ecclesiastical Polity

      London - F C & J Rivington et al. 1873 - An extremely scarce first edition of Reverend B Kennicott's analysis of Hooker's polity. With errata page to the rear. The analysis is of Hooker's fifth book of Polity, originally published in 1597. Hooker's Lawes of Ecclesiastical Politie is his best-known work. It has been characterized as probably the first great work of theology and philosophy to be written in English. The work is a reply to the general principles of Puritanism. Richard Hooker was an English priest in the Church of England. He was one of the most important English theologians of the sixteenth century and was incredibly influential in his work. This analysis is written by Benjamin Kennicott, an English churchman and Hebrew scholar. Condition: In a full calf binding with gilt stamping to the board edges and spine. Externally, smart with rubbing particularly to the head and tail of spine. Some loss to head of spine due to rubbing. Joints are also subject to some rubbing alongside areas of the rear board. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are generally bright and clean. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Manuscrit de travail.

      Rédaction du carnet sans doute début 1873, ex-dono manuscrit de Alphonse Daudet à Léon Hennique de septembre (18)97. Carnet autographe de 93 feuillets, petit in-12, (12 x 8 cm) écrits à la plume dune fine écriture sur la totalité des pages et des gardes de couverture, avec de nombreuses ratures biffant souvent la totalité de la page. Ce carnet a été utilisé par Daudet dans les deux sens, 57 ff. et 37 ff. Ex-dono au revers du 1er plat : « à Léon Hennique dun vieux Alph. Daudet 9 ..97 » et ex-libris (volant) de Hennique. Sur un feuillet détaché joint (d'un autre carnet), des notes pour La Mule du Pape. Demi-percaline noire, plats de papier gauffré vert, étiquette Papeterie des étudiants, Chélu, Galerie de l'Odéon, 10, Paris. Etui de maroquin rouge à gros grain. Important manuscrit d'Aphonse Daudet comportant la première ébauche de Fromont Jeune et Rissler l'Aîné, son permier roman à succès paru en 1874, de nombreux passages des Femmes d'artistes (1874), des Contes du Lundi (1873), ainsi que des souvenirs d'enfance et des nouvelles reprises dans Les Lettres de mon Moulin entre autres. Description: [F. 1 r°] (face à l'envoi de Daudet à Hennique): ébauche du conte fantastique Wood'stone (paru dans le Bien Public en mai 1873 et recueilli dansRobert Helmont, 1874), qui se passe le long de la Rivière Rouge en Louisiane [F. 1 v° - 4 v°]: Lyon, souvenirs d'enfance (la famille Daudet s'installe à Lyon en 1849) "...étrange ville ! Vue à travers les souvenirs d'une enfance malheureuse, exilée loin du soleil natal". [F. 5 - 6]: Titre Wood'stonn barré, " prenez garde à force d'être artistique, de n'être plus original", citation parue dans les Notes sur la vie (Fasquelle, 1899), la chanson Nègre, toquade de son excellence (le duc de Morny ? dont Daudet fut le secrétaire en 1861), diverses notes. [F. 7 - 20]: Ebauche des cinq chapitres de La chasse en Camargue (parue dans Le Bien Public en juillet 1873, puis dans les Lettres de mon moulin. [F. 21 v° - 22]: L'Homme du midi, étude physiologique (parue dans Notes sur la vie) [F. 23 - 24]: Mémoires d'un garçon de bureau (parues dans le Nabab, 1877). [F. 25 - 30]: Ebauches des Femmes d'artistes (Lemerre, 1874): La veuve du grand homme, l'Italienne, La Menteuse, La Bohême en famille. [F. 31 - 34] (au crayon): L'ivresse et le remords, le curaçao autre souvenir d'ivresse, l'absinthe souvenir d'un pion, la toque (ces 3 nouvelles figurent dans la table manuscrite des Contes du Lundi du feuillet 41, mais pas dans celle éditée), la femme d'un pépiniériste. [F. 35] découpé. (F. 36 - 39]: Les Femmes d'artistes: Romanesque, Graziella (rayé) pour La Transtévérine, Un ménage de chanteurs. [F. 40]: Contes du Lundi (Lemerre, 1873): La Chèvre du général, Matin d'octobre [F. 41 r°]: 22 sujets des Contes du Lundi qui ne figurent pas dans l'édition Lemerre. [F. 41 v° - 47 r°]: "faire un portrait de Bouzaine" puis à nouveau les Femmes d'artistes: Le ménage de Philomène, Les Palmes vertes, La Misère, "il y aurait peut-être une série à faire au Figaro..j'y mettrais l'Histoire du petit irlandais, Mon premier voyage, la Noce de Maman, etc... " [F. 47 v° - 54]: Les toits (Contes de Noël) [F. 55 - 57]: Epilogue des femmes d'artistes Carnet pris dans l'autre sens: [F. 1] : ébauche de la liste des nouvelles, Les femmes dartistes, (parues en revue en 1873), petits croquis (profils, femme sur un cheval). [F. 2] : liste des personnages pour Fromont Jeune et Risler Aîné et six chapitres (35 ff.) couvrant la totalité du roman. Daudet est mort le 16 décembre 1897, peu de temps après avoir donné ce carnet à Léon Hennique. Provenance: bibliothèque de Gabriel Reuillard, écrivain et journaliste normand.

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         [LAOS] Laos birman. Marché de Muong Yong.

      Paris 1873 277 x 404 mm. Planche lithographiée en deux tons par J. Laurens d'après un dessin de Louis Delaporte, issue de l'une des relations les plus remarquables du XIX siècle, le Voyage d'exploration en Indo-chine de Francis Garnier, effectué entre 1866 et 1868. Bel exemplaire.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Bail]
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         [LAOS] Laos siamois. Intérieur de la grotte du Nam Hou.

      Paris, [1873]. 298 x 383 mm. Planche chromolithographiée par F. Sorrieu d'après un dessin de Louis Delaporte, issue de l'une des relations les plus remarquables du XIXe siècle, le Voyage d'exploration en Indo-chine de Francis Garnier, effectué entre 1866 et 1868. Bel exemplaire.

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        Gemicilik fenni.

      Istanbul : Mekteb-i Fünun-i Bahriyye-i Sahane Hurufat Matbaasi, [1873]. 11, 391 p. : 114 illustrations. Half leather. Acceptable. Cover strongly worn. Front hinge damaged, cover nearly seperated from inner book. Title page soiled. Some pages slightly soiled by fingerprints, slightly foxed paper. 7 pages loosened, 2 p. nearly loosened (these pages have small tears). In Ottoman language / script. Versand D: 4,50 EUR feni nautic nautics science seafaring Wissenschaft der Seefahrt Handbook of Nautical Terms

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        Under the Greenwood Tree. A Rural Painting of the Dutch School. LATER ISSUE OF HARDY'S FIRST BOOK PUBLISHED IN THE US

      Henry Holt, New York, 1873. 8vo., First US Edition [Later Issue]; original pictorial mustard cloth blocked and lettered in black, backstrip lettered in gilt and black, very neatly rebacked with old backstrip laid down, original printed endpapers wholly preserved, covers very lightly age-soiled (but every detail of the blocking bright and clear), corners very lightly bruised without material damage, a remarkably bright, clean copy. HARDY'S FIRST BOOK PUBLISHED IN THE US AND THE SECOND EDITION OF THE WORK OVERALL. Hardy's second novel 'Under the Greenwood Tree' was first published by Tinsley in 1872, one of the 'best press-noticed' books sold by that publisher. Under the terms of Tinsley's new agreement with Holt of New York it was then issued by the latter in their popular 'Leisure House' series in June 1873, the first of Hardy's works to be so issued in the US. His first novel 'Desperate Remedies' (1871) did not appear in the series until March 1874. From the series catalogue present on the front endpapers it is clear that this is a later issue (at least 1881 since the list includes 'A Laodician'). Most volumes in the 'Leisure Hour' series were severally reissued with updated endpapers. This copy has been expertly rebacked. The original, elaborately blocked, backstrip is virtually complete with just a few millimetres missing at extreme head and tail. The original endpapers, which carry a detailed catalogue of the 'Leisure Hour' series catalogue printed in red, are all complete and virtually unmarked. The top edge is mildly dust-soiled but this does not extend to the text, which also shows practically no trace of the usual foxing and spotting. A NOTABLE COPY AND A RARE SURVIVAL. See Purdy, p.8 et seq. NCBEL III 981.

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        Notizie dei Professori del disegno in Liguria dalle origini al secolo XVI, in 6 voll.

      Tip. di Luigi Sambolino, 1873/80. in 4°, pp. XLIV, 455; XX, 563, 1 b.; 538; 391; 398; 426; leg. recente in stile ottocentesco m / pelle antichizzata con ampi angoli, ds. a nervi con tit. e fregi in oro, piatti in carta marmor., conservate le bross. originali. Opera vastissima e approfondita, la migliore sull'argomento, con vite, opere, committenze, fatti e luoghi dei maestri liguri o che hanno operato in Liguria, sia nel campo della pittura e della scultura che della miniatura, oreficeria, argenteria, monete, vetreria e intarsio, con Indice delle materie, Indice alfabetico dei Professori..., Repertorio delle cose più notabili, Prospetto cronologico de' documenti, Appendice. Opera molto rara ed in ottimo stato, quasi completamente intonsa, in barbe e con ampi margini; solo lievi e rare fior. 151 / 29 150

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        Small Archive of Items Pertaining to the first American Oil Boom: "Oil on the Brain" ALS, 1865 letter concerning oil wells in Pennsylvania; ALS, 1865 Pennsylvania oil letter from the largest oil boomtown in the US, Pithole PA; 'Shipping Oil -- Story Farm'. Stereocard; Advertising card for Oil Well Supplies at Geo. Davis, Compliments of Webster Wagon Company, Moundsville, West Va.; and 1869 Phillips Petroleum Stockholders Notice of Election of Trustee

      1873. Five items pertaining to the first American oil boom in Pennsylvania: 1. ALS, March 5 1865, to Corporal M. W. Van Amber concerning oil wells in Pennsylvania: "Oil on the Brain". 2. The letter, dated July 23rd, 1865 and signed "Gene", describes the astonishing activity in Pithole. 3. Ca. 1860. Shipping Oil -- Story Farm. Stereocard. 4. Ca. 1873. Advertising card for Oil Well Supplies at Geo. Davis, Compliments of Webster Wagon Company, Moundsville, West Va. 5. 1869. 1869 Phillips Petroleum Stockholders Notice of Election of Trustee. 1. ALS, to Corporal M. W. Van Amber concerning oil wells in Pennsylvania: "Oil on the Brain": Signed letter from 'Libbie M. T.' dated March 4th 1865, Watertown, to a Civil War corporal in Washington DC. The Drake Well, drilled in 1859 along the banks of Oil Creek, Venango County PA, was the first commercial oil well in the country, spawning an oil rush to the area. The writer describes the interest in the Pennsylvania oil in her home town: "I presume you have heard about the oil wells in Pennsylvania. There is a man not far from here that put in one hundred dollars share and then sold the share for one hundred twenty thousand dollars. There is a good many here that has go the Oil on the brain, and I think Father has for he talks of selling out." Folded, 5 x 8" lined paper, with stamped envelope dated March 5 1865, Watertown, addressed to Corporal M. W. Van Amber, 10th NY Art. Washington DC. Very good condition. 2. "I can see more than fifty Derricks from here. I went down last eve to see the Island Well, it flows all of the time. I wish you could see it, it is a sight and if I stay here this Winter I will send for you and you shall see what their (sic) is in Oil dom (sic)." In January of 1865 two massive oil strikes by the Frazier and the Twin Wells transformed a quiet western Pennsylvania farm into the largest oil boomtown in American history. Pithole became the home of the first commercial oil well in the US and of the world's first oil pipeline. Oil production hit 6,000 barrels per day and the population swelled to 20,000 by Christmas. The letter, dated July 23rd, 1865 and signed "Gene", describes the astonishing activity in Pithole and the hopes of the writer and other family members to establish a hotel there: "Our house is not quite ready, but we have to take what we can. We could have five hundred (guests) if we could keep them (and) get from ten to twelve Dollars per Week for Board". Gene, writing to his wife, asks her to send letters "direct to G. E. Graves, Pleasant Ville P. A. ... their (sic) is no Post Office here ..." Folded, 5 x 8". Cream lined writing paper. Very good condition. 3. Ca. 1860. Shipping Oil -- Story Farm. Stereocard. For a beautiful silk dress plus $30,000 Mrs. William Story sold the oil producing Story Farm (Venango County, PA)-- the Farm went on to produce millions of dollars in oil over its almost one hundred years in operation. Its name was changed to the Columbia Farm, a joint stock company called the Columbia Oil Company was formed in 1861, and a young Andrew Carnegie became an early investor in it. The stereocard shows many barrels of oil piled along the shore of a river (probably Oil Creek) awaiting shipping. With the caption: '2800 Shipping Oil - Story Farm'. Yellow card stock, with 'American Scenery' printed at the right and left margins. 7 x 3 1/2 Very good condition. 4. Ca. 1873. Advertising card for Oil Well Supplies at Geo. Davis, Compliments of Webster Wagon Company, Moundsville, West Va. Lithographed oval trade card for the Webster Wagon Company, a West Virginia wagon maker supplying the local oil industry, depicting a charming young girl dressed in flowered dress and white lace trimmed hat and gloves. With advertising copy on the verso, an illustration of a Webster wagon, and a stamp for Geo. Davis' Oil Well Supplies. 3 x 4". Very good condition. 5. 1869. 1869 Phillips Petroleum Stockholders Notice of Election of Trustees Early printed letterhead announcement to stockholders of Phillips Petroleum Company, 62 Liberty Street, New York, dated March 20, 1869. Announcing a meeting on April 20th in New York, and signed in print R. C. Root, Secretary. 5 1/4 x 8 1/4. [With] A list of proposed Trustees (which includes R. C. Root) and a list of Inspectors of Election. Dated April 20th, 1869. 3 1/4 x 5". Very good condition. R. C. Root was the publisher of the earliest map (Map Of The Oil District Venango, Crawford & Warren Counties, Pennsylvania) of the Oil District, printed in 1864, which shows the individual operating wells all along Oil Creek. Phillips & Co is shown in two locations, including at the Tarr Farm and at the extreme right side of the map. There was a William Phillips who started as a driller of salt wells, but noticed an oil slick on Oil Creek near the Downing Farm, and so eventually drilled two successful wells, both shown on the 1864 R. C. Root map.

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        Poesien von Aloys Uhl. [Handschrift und Familienchronik. ]

      Budapest, o. Vlg., 1873. 27 x 22 cm. 285 S. u. Fotos. Leder d. Zt. geprägt mit Metallecken. Umfangreiche handschriftliche Aufzeichnungen der Poesien von Aloys Uhl, doch zugleich auch Familienchronik, der in Budapest, Eisenstadt und Ödenburg lebenden Familienmitglieder. Aloys Uhl´s als fotografisches Frontispiz montiert, darunter seine Unterschrfit und sein Geburtsdatum 1800. Folglich ist das Foto vor 1873 entstanden. Diese Handschrfit beinhaltet nicht nur seine Dichtungen und Musikstücke, sondern gibt auch Auskunft über die Lebensstationen des Aloys Uhl und seiner Familie Auskunft. Sie setzt ein mit seinen Carlsbader Dichtungen 1825, seinen Aufenthalten in Eisenstadt (Foto) und Wien, dann Budapest, zeigt Fotos seiner Frau um 1850, dann Fotos von seinen Lebensabschnitten in Kreisbach und Oedenburg, familiäre Fotos seiner Cousinen und seiner Großmutter, weiters von Sandor Uhl und Anna, dessen Frau, Fotos um 1860 von seinen \"Mansgenossen\", gedruckte Programme eines Haus-Theaters, Fotos von den Uhl´schen Besitzungen in Budapest, Alfred Uhl, dem Bahnbeamten, Friedhof und Pfarrkirche in Eisenstadt, ebenso die Kapelle zum Gnadenbild in Eisenstadt. Die Fotos allesamt auf starkem Karton Montiert, dazwischen Dichtungen und Reflexionen von Uhl, der in dieser Art poetischen Chronik die Jahre 1800 - 1873 reflektiert. - Unikat! Ein aufschlußreiches Dokument einer österreichischen Familie in der Donaumonarchie des 19. Jahrhunderts. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Austriaca

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        Le TROMBINOSCOPE/collection complète

      portrait charge de G.LAFOSSE et notice,l'ensemble sur 4 pages de format in 8,filet noir en encadrement. Premier volume couverture/titre illustré, 1 page. 60 notices numérotées de 1 à 60.Deuxième volume titre illustré 1 pages,notices 61 à 120.1873 L'ensemble relié en un volume di chagrin vert époque, à nerfs,titre et tomaison dorés. Tome troisième titre illustré par HADOL.1 page, notice numérotée 121 à 180.Quatrième volume titre qui reprend, par erreur,le titre du troisième volume. Notices 181 à 240 les portraits sont en couleurs au pochoir.L'ensemble dans une reliure identique demi-chagrin vert à nerfs,d'époque,titre et tomaison dorés.Le TROMBINOSCOPE par TOUCHATOUT portrait charge en couleurs par MOLOCH et notice,8 pages format in 8 Faux-titre,titre illustré en couleurs de MOLOCH premier volume 1882,table 4 pages, et suit de 99 séries numérotées 1 à 99.En un volume demi-chagrin vert à nerfs, époque, titre et tomaison dorés. La collection complète, première et deuxième série, de 339 portraits charges, accompagnés de leurs notices,en trois volumes reliés,demi-chagrin vert à nerfs,époque,titre et tomaison dorés.Très bon état

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        Accipiter nisis. (London, c. 1873).

      1873. Hand-coloured lithograph. 380 x 555 mm. Fine image of a Sparrowhawk, from John Gould's monumental "Birds of Great Britain" (London, 1862-1873, 5 vols.). Joseph Wolf (1820-99) "was the first bird artist to understand and use the new freedom of style that lithography allowed [...] He introduced natural settings and a feeling of motion into his paintings. Early training in lithography and art [...] opened the door to Wolf's development into one of the first and finest true bird artists. He breathed life into the stiff 'bird on a perch' portrayals so characteristic of bird art of the day. Wolf liked especially to paint birds of prey and game birds, with their subtle browns and grays" (Cornell University Library). Fine Bird Books 102. Nissen IVB 372. Sauer 23. Wood 365. Zimmer 261.

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        Little Egret] Herodias Garzetta

      by the Author, [London 1873 - Hand-coloured lithograph by J.Wolf and H.C.Richter, printed by Walter. A beautiful image from John Gould's The Birds of Great Britain: "A magnificent work with life-like portraits of birds of the British Isles" (Wood) Gould's illustrations were all painstakingly coloured by hand, as he states in his Preface: "Many of the public are quite unaware how the colouring of these large plates is accomplished; and not a few believe that they are produced by some mechanical process or by chromo-lithography. This, however, is not the case; every sky with its varied tints and every feather of each bird were coloured by hand." Cf. Fine Bird Books (1990), p. 102; cf. Nissen IVB 372; cf. Sauer 23; cf. Wood p. 365; cf. Zimmer p. 261.

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        Philadelphia Photographer

      1873 - (PHOTOGRAPHY) WILSON, Edward L., editor. The Philadelphia Photographer. Volume X, January 1873 to December 1873, Nos. 109-120. Philadelphia: Benerman & Wilson, 1873. Octavo, contemporary three-quarter black morocco, raised bands. $1500.Original 12 monthly issues of the premiere 19th-century photography journal, Numbers 109-120 (January""December, 1873), bound in one volume, with 13 original albumen plates mounted on heavy card stock, numerous in-text illustrations, and articles featuring renowned photographers such as William Bell of the Wheeler Expedition and renowned daguerreotype photographer Albert Sands Southworth.Reflecting the nation's growing passion for photography, Philadelphia formed a photographic society in 1864, accompanied by its own publication, an "outstanding independent journal". the Philadelphia Photographer, with Edward L. Wilson as editor. Through the efforts of Wilson this journal achieved an outstanding place in the photographic literature of the times. For many years it was the foremost publication of its kind in this country" (Taft, 205). Each issue is highlighted by a fine mounted frontispiece photograph, showcasing the work of accomplished commercial and landscape photographers, including the first publication in this journal of two striking plates printed in the heliotype process invented by Ernest Edwards. In addition, one issue has as its frontispiece an original albumen portrait of Benjamin French, whose company imported Voigtlander lenses, and another of photochemist Herman Vogel, the German scientist who "discovered that by dipping a plate in a colorant, it became sensitive to the color absorbed," a finding that ultimately led to the production of panchromatic film and "was to have important repercussions for the image itself" (Frizot, 234). The journal contains, as well, numerous articles by Vogel, an account from photographer William Bell, reporting from the Wheeler Expedition in Colorado on "Photography in the Grand Gulch of the Colorado River," and numerous talks given by Albert Sands Southworth at the Fifth Annual Meeting of the National Photographic Association. Southworth, one of the finest daguerreotype photographers of his time, also invented a device permitting the exposure of eight card negatives on a single plate, leading to the innovation of the card photograph, such as that represented in the albumen frontispiece for October (No. 118). The journal additionally features items on printing processes, retouching, developments in cameras, lenses and lighting, and includes the extensive September issue (No. 117), which offers comprehensive coverage of the National Photographic Association's annual meeting. With four pages of advertisements at rear of No. 120 (December). Text and images quite clean and fresh, only lightest scattered spotting without affecting images; slight edge-wear and soiling to covers of a near-fine collection of rare early American photography. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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      Worcester: Printed by Charles Hamilton, 1873. - 10pp. (printed on recto only) plus thirty-two mounted albumen photographs on captioned card mounts. Small oblong folio. Contemporary three-quarter green morocco and marbled boards, leather label on front cover, marbled endpapers.Very good. Provenance: Albert Marble (inscription on titlepage). A rare American photographically illustrated book and a wonderful collection of Massachusetts architectural photography. The thirty-two albumen photographs depict various schools and other public buildings in Worcester, Massachusetts in the latter half of the 19th century, including a few floor plans. The buildings include Worcester High School, Walnut Street School, Thomas Street School, Sycamore Street School, the Worcester Public Library, the College of Holy Cross, Antiquarian Hall, Highland Military Academy, and many more. The book's compiler, Albert Marble, who has inscribed the titlepage, was the Superintendent of Public Schools in Worcester. A handful of notations from Marble can be found in the book, including autograph captions to some of the plates, a holographic correction on page 2. The note on the titlepage reads: "This volume was exhibited at the Vienna Exposition, 1873. APM." The 1873 Vienna Exposition brought together almost 26,000 exhibitors from all over the world, and this volume would certainly have fit the motto of the fair: "Culture and Education." A wonderful source for early photography of Massachusetts schools and public buildings. Unrecorded in OCLC.

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        A system of oral surgery being a consideration of the diseases and surgery of the mouth, jaws, and associate parts.

      Complet des 17 planchesLippincott & Co, Philadelphia, 1873, grand in-8, 1091 p., quelques traits de crayon, 354 figures et 17 planches hors-texte, reliure pleine peau, des accrocs, coiffes usées, des rousseurs sur les pages, quelques pages surlignées au crayon de papier et de couleur.Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.

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        Tratado y convencion entre el Peru y la China. Firmados en Tientsin, 26 de junio, 1874, por Aurelio Garcia y Garcia, y Li Hung Chang. Canjeados en Tientsin, 7 de agosto, 1875, por Juan Federico Elmore (El More), y Ting Jih Chang (Primer tratado). Tratado entre el Peru y el Japon. Firmado en Tokei (Yedo)), 21 de agosto 1873, por Aurelio Garcia y Garcia, y Soyeshima Taneomi. Canjeado en Tokei, 17 de mayo, 1875, por Juan Federico Elmore, y Terashima Munenori. (Segundo tratado).

      Shanghai North-China Herald Office Yokohama Japan Mail Office y 1874 1873 - Encuadernation moderna en semicuero con el titulo original en cuero con dos soles y el escudo peruano en letras doradas en la tapa. Guardas originales en color azul. Dedicacion original firmado original por J. Federico Elmore, Lima, 18 de enero de 1877. Paginas sin numeracion, textos en lengua castellana y ingles. Primer tratado: 20 paginas, segundo tratado: 12 paginas, 4°. Tratado de amistad, comercio y navegacion entre la Republica del Peru y su Magestad de la China - Treaty of friendship, commerce and navigation between the Republic of Peru and his Majesty the Emperor of China. Tratado preliminar de paz, amistad, comercio y navegacion entre la Republica del Peru y su Majestat el Emperador del Japon - Preliminary treaty of peace, friedship, commerce and navigation between the Republic of Peru and the Empire of Japon.

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        Photograph, Portrait; Inscribed; Signed; Autograph

      1873. Inscribed to Joe McGraw (John Joseph McGraw, 1873 - 1934, entered the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937). 8" x 10" black and white inscribed thus: "To Joe McGraw / With the cordial greetings and good / wishes which a memorable Western / trip inspired. / Sincerely / Warren G. Harding"

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        Nihon Sanbutsushi [trans.: Government Survey of the Natural Resources of Japan]

      Very numerous full-page woodcuts. Five parts in 11 vols. [complete]. Large 8vo, orig. wrappers, orig. block printed title labels on upper covers, stitched as issued oriental style (newly threaded). [Tokyo]: Monbusho [Ministry of Education], 1873-77. First edition of this massive survey of the natural resources of Japan. Ito (1803-1901), Japanese physician and biologist who studied Western science under Franz von Siebold during the 1820s, became a professor at the University of Tokyo. He was a leader in public health projects and science policy from the beginning of the Meiji period through the rest of his career. He established a method of vaccination for use in Japan which many consider his greatest achievement as a medical doctor. The present work is a government-sponsored review of the natural resources of Japan. It is the first great survey of the country after the establishment of the Meiji era in 1868. Ito reviews the mineral, agricultural, and fishery resources of many of the Japanese islands in enormous detail. Each area, known for its own individual natural products, is fully described with details regarding production, industrial and artisanal uses, etc. The survey was never completed but this set is complete with all the published parts. The woodcuts are here in particularly fine and sharp impressions, richly inked. Most of the woodcuts are titled with Japanese characters and their western names in Roman type. Fine set. Complete sets are very rare as the five parts were each individually issued; it is difficult to assemble a complete set.

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        EARLY STUDY OF THE SUN'S SPECTRUM: "On Diffraction Spectrum Photography, and the Determination of the Wave-Lengths of the Ultraviolet Rays." (Nature; Volume 9, pp. 224-226)

      London: Macmillan and Co, 1873, 1874. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Draper's detailed study of the Sun's spectrum including a large photograph of the spectrum, tipped in at p. 217. xi, 516, ccxii (Ads) pp. 4to. Terracotta color publisher's binding with gold and black embossed titling and borders to cover board and spine. Ex-Library with Royal College Naval Library bookplate on front pastedown, borrower's card slot glued to front pastedown, due date sheet pasted to first free endpaper. No other library markings present other than the number "53" in white ink at base of spine. Clean within. Misidentified on spine as covering the dates November 7, 1872 - April 24, 1873, this volume actually covers the dates November 6, 1873 - April 30, 1874.

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        Les Collectionneurs de l'ancienne France. Notes d'un Amateur

      Woodcut vignette on title. Title printed in red & black. 2 p.l., xii, [2], 122 pp., one leaf. 8vo, green morocco, signed "Emile Rousselle," triple gilt fillet round sides, arms in gilt of Isidoro Fernández in center of each cover, spine richly gilt. Paris: A. Aubry, 1873. One of six copies printed on vellum (of a total edition of 606 copies) of this valuable history of the early art and book collectors of France. Bonnaffé (1825-1903), French scholar and man of letters, wrote many books on art history and the art market as well as catalogues of collections of art. A very fine copy. With the leather bookplate of Isidoro Fernández (1878-1963).

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        A Treatise on the Law of Patents for Useful Inventions, in the...

      1873. Final Edition of Curtis's Important Treatise on Patents Curtis, George Ticknor [1812-1894]. A Treatise on the Law of Patents for Useful Inventions, In the United States of America. Revised and Enlarged. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1873. xxxvii, 749 pp. Octavo (9" x 6"). Recent period-style calf, blind rules to boards, raised bands and red and black lettering pieces to spine, endpapers renewed. Light toning to text, minor edgewear to preliminaries and index leaves, internally clean. * Fourth and final edition. First published in 1849, this was one of the earliest American treatises on the subject. The granting of patents in Anglo-American law has often been marked by confusion over their scope and intent. There has been much debate, for example, about whether patents create monopolies. Curtis argued that they do not according to the common law. Instead, a patent is a "grant by the government to the author of a new and useful invention, of the exclusive right, for a term of years, of practising that invention" (xxi). Best known as an expert on the U.S. Constitution, Curtis was a prominent New York patent attorney and the author of important works on admiralty law and equity jurisprudence. Catalogue of the Library of the Harvard Law School (1909) I:503.

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        La patrie en danger

      Dentu 1873 - - Dentu, Paris s.d. (1873), 15x24cm, relié. - Edition originale, un des 10 exemplaires numérotés et justifiés sur vergé par Edmond de Goncourt, tirage de tête. Reliure en demi chagrin marron chocolat, dos à quatre nerfs, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, tête rouge, reliure de l'époque. Envoi autographe signé d'Edmond de Goncourt à son ami le peintre et émailleur Claudius Popelin. Deux légers accrocs sans gravité sur les coupes, agréable exemplaire. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition, one of 10 numbered copies and justified on laid by Edmond de Goncourt, deluxe edition. Binding half shagreen chocolate brown back with four nerves, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, red head, contemporary binding. Signed autograph of Edmond de Goncourt to his friend the painter and enameller Claudius Popelin. Two light snagging minor on the cuts, nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Very little tales for very little folks.

      New York: Am. Tract Society 64mo (Case 9.3 cm, 3.75"; vols. 8.4 cm, 3.375"). 4 vols., illus. Little Tales: 80 pp. Out West: 80 pp. Four Cousins: 80 pp. Poppet: 80 pp.. 1873 Collection of four Christian conduct works from the American Tract Society in miniature format, fetchingly bound and stored. Present here are Very Little Tales for Very Little Folks, Out West, John and his Four Cousins, and Poppet, all written by S. Annie Frost. Very Little Tales contains short stories about a variety of characters, the other works contain one longer tale; each volume contains several => full-page illustrations. => The stories are written in words of one or two syllables for the special pleasure of beginning readers. Binding: Each text is bound in a different color of publisher's cloth (red, green, rust, blue) with the title decoratively gilt-stamped and a small landscape picture pasted on the front cover. The four books are housed together in a delicate cardboard box covered in gilt-patterned mint green paper with a maroon paper lid, the latter gilt-lettered and featuring a paper onlay that presents a color engraving of two girls playing with a doll. Provenance: Pencilled signature of Rosetta J[ane?] Quackenbush on underside of lid. Bindings very bright and only very gently rubbed; one very lightly waterstained corner on one back endpaper; texts clean. Housed and bound as above, box worn and gently soiled with small loss of paper and three tears to lid, two at corners and one at bottom center (tears repaired to strengthen from inside). => A happy survival, a pleasing gathering.

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        New York and Its Surroundings", map of New York from the Supplement to Harper's Weekly, June 7, 1873.

      Harper's Weekly,, New York: 1873 - Scarce post Civil War map of New York City printed in a supplement to Harper's Weekly. With a subtitle: Map of the Metropolis from the Battery to One Hundred and Eighth Street, and Parts of Brooklyn, Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Jersey City, and Hoboken". A list at the bottom of the map lists, amazingly, 291 churches in New York (Manhattan); 154 "public buildings, newspaper offices, hotels, etc."; as well as churches for Brooklyn, Williamsburg, Long Island City, Greenpoint, Jersey City and Hoboken. All the ferries are indicated along the shore.With a detailed map of Central Park showing "Play Ground", "The Green", "The Mall", and the Croton Reservoir. Grand Central Depot shows the Harlem RR, NY Central and Hudson River RR, and the NY & NHRR railroad lines. On the west side along the river is also the Hudson River RR seemingly beginning on 34th Street and going north on 11th Avenue, before turning to the river edge.Cracks at original folds restored from the back. 32 x 22 1/4".

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        "New York and Its Surroundings", map of New York from the Supplement to Harper's Weekly, June 7, 1873

      New York: Harper's Weekly, 1873. Very good condition. Scarce post Civil War map of New York City printed in a supplement to Harper's Weekly. With a subtitle: Map of the Metropolis from the Battery to One Hundred and Eighth Street, and Parts of Brooklyn, Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Jersey City, and Hoboken". A list at the bottom of the map lists, amazingly, 291 churches in New York (Manhattan); 154 "public buildings, newspaper offices, hotels, etc."; as well as churches for Brooklyn, Williamsburg, Long Island City, Greenpoint, Jersey City and Hoboken. All the ferries are indicated along the shore. With a detailed map of Central Park showing "Play Ground", "The Green", "The Mall", and the Croton Reservoir. Grand Central Depot shows the Harlem RR, NY Central and Hudson River RR, and the NY & NHRR railroad lines. On the west side along the river is also the Hudson River RR seemingly beginning on 34th Street and going north on 11th Avenue, before turning to the river edge. Cracks at original folds restored from the back. 32 x 22 1/4"

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      1873. Alphonse Lemerre, Paris 1873, 9x15,5cm, relié. - Alphonse Lemerre, Paris 1873, 9x15,5cm, relié. - Nuova edizione. Binding metà marocco Brodeaux indietro con cinque nervi, dorati data coda carta marmorizzata piatti, guardie e contreplats di carta fatta a mano, coperte conservati, testa dorata, firmata vincolante Goy P. & C. Vilaine. autografo di Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly firmato "Al mio caro amico amico Azambre che vive nel ricordo di un amico morto (1) / Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly / (1) Armand Dutocq". Libro illustrato, frontespizio, un ritratto dell'autore. Alcuni foxing in copertina appare la spedizione. [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition. Reliure en demi maroquin brodeaux, dos à cinq nerfs, date dorée en queue, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couvertures conservées, tête dorée, reliure signée de P. Goy & C. Vilaine. Envoi autographe signé de Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly "A mon cher ami Azambre, ami vivant dans le souvenir d'un ami mort (1) / Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly / (1) Armand Dutocq". Ouvrage illustré, en frontispice, d'un portrait de l'auteur. Quelques rousseurs sur la garde où figure l'envoi.

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      Librairie de FERMIN DIDOT Frères, Paris - 1873 - 20 páginas de texto .- Con un frontispicio litografiao por Bachelier y 29 mapas a doble página , 3 de ellos coloreados ( uno de ellos con la marcación en colores de las líenas ferroviarias ) .- Plena tela verde original .- Muy buen ejemplar. Desgastes y restauraciones en la encuadernación.- Manchas en la encuadernación . Muy buen estado interior .- Avec un fronstipice et 29 cartes ( 2 coloriées , et une coloriée au trait ) .- 20 pages de texte. Percaline de l' Éditeur .- Très bon état . Reliure restaurée ,dos avec manques . Size: FOLIO [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Illustrations of China and its People - A series of two hundred photographs, with letterpress descriptive of the places and people represented. (Volume 1 only)

      Sampson Low, Marston, Low and Searle 1873 - First Edition. 1873. Folio, 35cm x 47cm. 47 collotype photographic illustrations on 24 plates. Publisher's maroon morocco-grain cloth, front cover with large pictorial design and text in gilt, boards bevelled, respined, blue endpapers, all edges gilt. This is Volume I only of IV volumes published by Thomson in 1873-74. This volume covers Thomson’s images of Hong Kong and Southern China including Canton and Macao. Internally Fine Condition, plates bright and fresh, absolutely no foxing or browning. Original boards a little worn and rubbed but still Very Good. Binding tight. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Evangelischer Reichsbote. Organ des Evangelischen Gesammtvereins für die Chinesische Mission, des Berliner und des Pommerschen Haupt-Vereins für China. Jahrgang 1 (1851) bis Jahrgang 23 (1873), damit Erscheinen eingestellt. Kompletter Satz!

      Berlin, Wiegandt und Grieben, 1851 - 1873. - Kompletter Satz von 23 Jahrgängen gebunden in 9 Bänden, je 12 Monatsausgaben, 4°, ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplare, Einbände berieben, Seiten nur zum Teil etwas fleckig, insgesamt von guter Erhaltung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Central-Blatt ( auch: Zentralblatt - Reichscentralblatt ) für das deutsche Reich. Konvolut von 11 Bänden: Erster Jahrgang 1873 bis elfter Jahrgang 1884, herausgegeben vom Reichskanzler-Amt.

      Heymanns Berlin 1873 ( Erscheinungszeitraum 1873 - 1884 ) Hier vorliegend: die ersten 11 Bände des Central-Blattes mit 1873, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1879, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884. Jeweils in Oln ( 1877 in Ohln ), Klein4° ( 25,5 x 20,5 cm )..Umfangreiches Konvolut mit Vorschriften, Erlassen, Verordnungen zu allen Bereichen des öffentlichen wie privaten Lebens. Meist mit den Stichworten: Allgemeine Verwaltungssachen / Münzwesen / Maaß- und Gewichtswesen / Justizwesen / Gewerbewesen / Militärwesen / Zoll- und Steuerwesen / Statistik / Heimatwesen / Marine und Schiffahrt / Postwesen / Telegraphen-Wesen / Konsulat-Wesen / Personal Veränderungen / Ordens- und Titelverleihungen. Je Band zwischen ca. 350 - 750 Seiten. Insgesamt von recht guter Erhaltung, Einbände teils etwas berieben, teils etwas angestaubt, Papier innen meist gebräunt. Im Band 1877 in der Mitte etliche Seiten am oberen Rand etwas beschädigt. ( Gesamtgewicht ca. 14000 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Zentralblatt, Centralblatt, Central-Blatt, Deutsches Reich, Reichskanzler, Kanzleramt, Verwaltung, Münzen, Maaße, Gewicht, Justiz, Gewerbe, Militär, Zoll, Steuer, Statistik, Heimat, Marine, Schiffahrt, Post, Telegraphie, Konsulat, Orden, Titel

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      1873. [a handsome copy] or, The Marvellous and Exciting Adventures of Pierre Aronnax... Translated from the French. One Hundred and Ten Illustrations. (Edition of James R. Osgood & Co.) Sold Only by Subscription. Boston: Geo. M. Smith & Co., 1873. Original green cloth decorated in gilt and black. First American Edition, second and usual "Smith" issue, of Verne's famous tale of Captain Nemo and the submarine Nautilus. Considerable confusion surrounds the relationship of the two Boston 1873 title pages that can appear in this title -- the James R. Osgood & Company title page, and this usual Geo. M. Smith & Co. one (which refers to the Osgood one and indicates "sold by subscription only"). The bindings of the two are nearly identical (the Osgood binding reads "...UNDER THE SEA" and bears a jellyfish in the center of the front cover, whereas the Smith binding properly reads "...UNDER THE SEAS" and has Captain Nemo using a sextant on the front cover). Clearly the Osgood one is a bit earlier and is much scarcer: supposedly only about fifteen copies were known to exist, but we have handled more than a dozen of them over the past 20 years (all between $12,000 and $27,500), so our guess would be more like fifty. One theory is that the Osgood title page may have designated the subscription issue, and that the Smith one, being much less scarce, must have designated the subsequent trade issue. Another possibility is that most of the Osgood edition was consumed by a Boston fire.~This copy is a standard copy without gilt page edges (a deluxe feature for which the original buyer paid extra). On the final page of text, there is no "THE END" (some copies have it, some have it partially, and some do not have it at all; this is not an "issue point" as is sometimes claimed, but merely a case of type slippage during a single print run, with no bearing upon which copies were actually first to reach the public).~As for condition, this is a bright, nearly fine copy (a few tiny nicks in the spine ends); remarkably, the original dark brown endpapers of this hefty volume are still entirely intact.. Taves & Michaluk V006; Myers 56.

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        The Works.

      London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd,, 1873-76. 30 volumes, octavo (216 x 139 mm). Contemporary tan calf, burgundy and green morocco labels, elaborate tooling to spines gilt in compartments separated by raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt. Plates after Seymour, Cruikshank, H. K. Browne and others. Spines ever so slightly faded, minor wear to corners and edges, an excellent set. An attractively bound complete set of the illustrated Library edition of Dickens's works.

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        Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas; or, The Marvellous and Exciting Adventures of Pierre Aronnax, Conseil His Servant, and Ned Land, a Canadian Harpooner

      Boston: Geo. M. Smith & Co, 1873. Hardcover. Very good. pp xiii, 303 pp, extensively illustrated. An attractive copy in publisher's gilt-decorated bright green cloth, neatly rebacked, with original spine cloth laid down. All edges gilt. Light rubbing to edges of boards, light foxing to front flyleaf and title page, a few pages with some staining to upper margin, else very clean and sound. Second American edition, following the Osgood edition published in the same year (and of which most copies were destroyed). Second issue, without "The End" on p. 303.

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        EL MUNDO CÓMICO - Semanario humorístico ilustrado - 1873

      Imprenta de R. Labajos, Madrid 1873 - Primera serie - Números del 1 al 30, con 320 viñetas nuevas y originales. La portada de cada número coloreada. Exlibris. Encuadernado en tela con dorados en portada y lomo.23,5 x 32,5 cm. Todos los envíos peninsulares se hacen por mensajería, con entrega en domicilio.

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        Anales del Toreo. Reseña Histórica de la Lidia de Reses Bravas y Galeria Biográfica de los Principales Lidiadores

      Delgado y Compañía, Sevilla 1873 - Segunda Edición Ilustrada. Encuadernación en holandesa piel, planos con gofrados, cortes dorados, formato gran folio. VIII-317 p. 1 índice y 40 láminas. Buen estado general. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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