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        A.L.S. from W.G. Kingsbury [western states agent] to an unidentified recipient

      Texas Bureau of Immigration, Austin 1876 - on a printed form giving railroad fares for major Texas cities from St. Louis. June 5, 1876. Advises that recipient will be met at Texarkana, that he can make arrangements of any Texas railroad and "Don't go off to strange Gods until you hear from me again.".Broadside Fold browning

      [Bookseller: Murray Hudson]
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        Gedenkblatt zur Universitätsfeier am 25ten October 1876. Lithographie in Doppeltondruck nach E. Wolperding bei L. Handorff. Kiel, C.F. Haeseler, 1876. 44,5 x 38 cm.

      1876. . Zwei von Eichenlaub umrankte Ansichten: Das alte Universitätsgebäude, darunter die Parade zur Errichtung der Christians-Albrecht-Universität am 5. Oktober 1665.- Neben allegorischen Frauenfiguren und zuprostenden Gelehrten bzw. Studenten zahlreiche Namensbänder von Professoren wie Falk, Dahlmann, Hegewisch, Harms, Michaelis, Baggesen, Brandis u.a.- Im Außenrand leicht stockfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.]
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        Benedetta Ernestina Maria, Prinzessin von Modena. Nach einem Gemälde von Rosalba Carriera (1675-1757), Staatl. Kunstsammlungen Dresden.

      . Pastell und Aquarell, über Kohle, mit Deckweiß gehöht, auf beigem Zeichenkarton. 56,9:45,8 cm. Provenienz: Nachlaß Friedrich Schmöle.. Die Malerin und Zeichnerin Mathilde Schmöle war seit 1876 mit dem Frankfurter Kaufmann Fr.Ph. Schmöle (1844-1924) verheiratet, der 1904 seinen Beruf aufgab, um sich ganz dem Malen und Reisen zu widmen. Nach der Vita ihres Mannes, der sich 1872 ein Landhaus in Kronberg erbauen ließ und dort in Kontakt trat mit den örtlichen Malern, könnte sie mit diesem gemeinsam bis 1905 Studienfahrten in die nähere Umgebung Frankfurts, nach Wetzlar und Braunfels sowie zwischen 1905 und 1913 nach Belgien und Holland, an die deutsche Nordseeküste, nach Sylt, Helgoland, in die Schweiz und nach Norditalien unternommen haben. Sie malte Landschaften, Porträts und Genrebilder. In engem brieflichem Kontakt stand sie mit Berta Riehl, Ehefrau des Kulturhistorikers und Novellisten W.H. Riehl, dessen Tochter Helene Riehl (geb. 1850) eine Landschaftsmalerin wurde. Laut einer überlieferten schriftlichen Anmerkung der Künstlerin war sie in Weimar eine Schülerin des Malers und Radierers F. Preller d. Ä. (1804-1878). Die vorwiegend als Porträtmalerin tätige Venezianerin Rosalba Carriera hatte die Technik der Pastellmalerei insofern weiterentwickelt, als sie Porträts schuf, die ganz dem Zeitgeschmack des Rokoko entsprachen und sich großer Beliebtheit erfreuten. Der nahezu unbekannten Mathilde Schmöle gelang es mit diesem Blatt auf hervorragende Weise Carrieras Darstellungsmittel nachzuempfinden, wie eine elegante, jedoch zugleich bescheidene Erscheinung und lebendige Ausdruckskraft der Gesichtszüge.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        Petrarch. Winner of the St. Leger Stakes at Doncaster 1876. Value L 4850. The Two thousand Guineas at Newmarket . The Prince of Wales#s Stakes at Ascot, - and the Middle Park Plate 1875. The Property of Lord Dupplin. By Lord Clifdes aou of Laura - Trained by J. Dawson. Ridden by James Coater.

      . altkol. Lithographie n. u. v. Hunt & Son, dat. 1876, 49 x 65,5. Das Bild zeigt das Rennpferd mit Jockey in Landschaft.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Discoveries & Surveys in New Guinea and the Dentrecasteaux Islands . A Cruise in Polynesia and visits to the pearl-shelling stations in Torres Straits of HMS Basilisk

      London: John Murray, 1876. Octavo, with a folding map (early tape repairs) and six plates and charts; small ink stain on front marbled endpaper; a very good copy in contemporary half calf, gilt decorated spine, slight wear to extremities. More than one hundred and forty islands and many excellent harbours. The scarce first edition, in nice condition. The expeditions of HMS Basilisk placed more than one hundred and forty islands and many excellent harbours on the chart. Moresby's book, which has always been popular, includes material on the Torres Strait, Black-Birding, a Corroboree, Norfolk Island, Rotumah, Santa Cruz, Ambrym, Pentecost, the discovery of Port Moresby and Fairfax Harbour, Yule Island, the D'Entrecasteaux Group, the discovery of China Straits, taking conditional possession of newly-discovered islands, discovery of Milne Bay, Killerton Group, finding the true East Cape of New Guinea, and much more.

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        TWENTY THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA

      London: Ward, Lock & Tyler, 1876. Verne, Jules. TWENTY THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA. London: Ward, Lock & Co, [1876]. Very early deluxe reprint edition containing "First and Second Series Complete in One Volume" with four colored illustrations. The book is blocked in ornate blind and gilt, with all edges gilt. A Fine copy, bright and sharp, with only the most minor wear to the extremities and a W. H. Smith blind-stamp to the front free endpaper. The two series were initially released separately in one-shilling wrappers and, for convenience, the publisher simply cased them together to create a two-shilling cloth version. Each section has its own frontispiece, title page, table of contents, and separate pagination. According to the ad found on the verso of the first title page, this volume was part of a long Jules Verne reprint series done almost exclusively in pictorial wrappers, with only two titles billed as being also available in cloth as a "Double Volume." Super eye appeal, especially for a book which is nearly 140 years old.. Decorative Cloth. Fine.

      [Bookseller: Lakin & Marley Rare Books]
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        Historia Verdadera de La Inquisicion - set of 3 tomes / volumes

      imprenta de alejandro gomez fuentenebro, Madrid 1876 - imprenta de alejandro gomez fuentenebro, Madrid. 1876-1877. Text in spanish. Volume I - 483 pages. Vol. II - 538 pages. Volume III - 538 pages. 3 volume set with book 1 printed in 1876 and volume 2 and volume 3 published in 1877 (as issued). An incredible set of this classic work. Leather labels on the backstrip with gilt titles. light toning / sunning to red cloth. light rubbing to tips. light scuffing to cloth. small white droplet on rear panel of volume 2. untrimmed page edges. Blue endpapers. Binding and hinges are strong. A very nice set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Medium Rare Books LLC]
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        System der synthetischen Philosophie (11 Bände KOMPLETT in 13 Teilbänden) - Bd. I: Grundsätze einer synthetischen Auffassung der Dinge/ Bd. II/ III: Die Principien der Biologie/ Bd. IV/ V: Die Principien der Psychologie/ Bd. VI - IX: Die Principien der Sociologie/ Bd. X/ XI: Die Principien der Ethik (4 Teilbände).

      Schweizerbart'sche Verlagshandlung; 1876 - 1901.. Autorisierte deutsche Ausgabe; insgesamt ca. 2500 Seiten; Gebundene Ausgabe. Die hier angebotenen Bänden stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen; Buchschnitt und Seitenränder alters-/papierbedingt staubschmutzig/ angebräunt; Orig.Halbleder; Einband stark berieben; KOMPLETTPREIS für 11 Bände (= 13 Teilbände); bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ALTSCHRIFT!!

      [Bookseller: Petra Gros - Versandantiquariat]
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        El Rayo Solar. Tratado Teórico y Práctico de Fotografía

      D. Appleton y Cia.new york 1876 - El Rayo Solar" Tratado Teórico y Práctico de Fotografía, por el Dr J. Towler. (Obra publicada en castellano) Nueva York D. Appleton y Compañia. Broadway 551 . Año: 1876. En su interior dos retratos fotográficos, el primero, realizado sobre plancha "Nompareil", de la fábrica de John Dean y cia. El segundo "Ferrotipo" Hecho sobre plancha adamantina cascara de huevo, de la fábrica de John Dean y cia, de color de chocolate. Encuadernación: plena tela del editor. 439.pp. Medidas: 15 x 23 cm.Retrato primero, hecho sobre plancha "NONPAREIL".Medidas: 13 x 9 cm.Retrato segundo, hecho sobre plancha adamantina cascara de huevo, de color chocolate. Medidas: 6 x 9 cm.joya.para coleccionistas. mn.2° [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: DEL SUBURBIO LIBROS- VENTA PARTICULAR]
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        THE HAND OF ETHELBERTA

      1876. A Comedy in Chapters. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1876. Endpaper ads dated May 9, 1876. Original cream cloth decorated in black. First American Edition, issued as a volume in Henry Holt's "Leisure Hour Series." This was Hardy's fifth novel -- following FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD and preceding THE RETURN OF THE NATIVE -- and his fifth to be published in America (all by Holt).~This copy has endpaper ads dated May 9, 1876, which was the month of publication -- a month after the two-volume London edition. It is in the primary binding (cream rather than mustard yellow cloth). It is in very good condition (minor soiling on the covers, very slight wear at the spine ends). These earlier Leisure Hour books (the un-numbered ones) are quite scarce in nice condition, as the cream binding is considerably more fragile than the later mustard yellow one. Purdy p. 23.

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        The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom

      Numerous tables in the text. 8vo, orig. green cloth, sides stamped in blind, spine lettered in gilt. London: J. Murray, 1876. First edition and a very fine, bright, and fresh copy. "This survey of the nature of the mechanisms favouring cross fertilisation and the advantages to be gained by it was considered by Darwin to 'form a complement to that on the "Fertilisation of Orchids"'."-Freeman, p. 152. Nice copy with the three-line errata slip. Bookplate of Dr. Sydney Ross. ❧ Freeman 1249. .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        Litho.- Karte, in 12 Blatt, beim K.K. Militärisch - Gegraphischen Institute, "General Karte von Bosnien, der Hercegovina, von Serbien und Montenegro ..".

      . mit altem Grenzkolorit,, dat. 1876, je Blatt 45 x 50 ( zusammensetzbar ).. Seltene Karte im Maßstab 1 : 300.000 = die 1. österreichische Landesaufnahme von Bosnien. Zeigt das Gebiet Glina - Belgrad - Orsowa ( im Norden ), im Osten Krusevac und Pristina, im Südwesten ( die Adriaküste von Skutari bis Zara ), im Osten Glina. - Leider fast alle Karten mit einem unschönen, braunen Fleck. 1 Karte mit einem hinterlegtem Einriß im weißen Rand.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Survivors of the Chancellor Diary of J. R. Kazallon, Passenger

      Boston: James R. Osgood & Company, 1876. First American Illustrated Edition. Cloth. Very Good. First American Illustrated Edition. vii, 358 pages. Original green cloth with beveled boards and green and black decorations. Rebacked, with original soiled spine panel laid down, and rear flyleaf replaced. Edgewear and minor chipping to front flyleaf and following blank (which also has a previous owner name stamped on it). The following leaf, an extra illustrated title page, is in nice shape. A sound copy of a scarce title. Cloth. The first Illustrated American edition. For a rather complex publishing history, seeTaves & Michaluk 104 (p 151) Shortly after publication of this work, Osgood "sold at auction in New York City plates and remainders of many Verne books ... which were both bought by Albert Mason. Mason apparently sold them to Porter and Coates, who published an edition in December 1876 with a dozen illustrations, and different cover decorations. Scarce in the marketplace. See also Myers 47 (p 55) who notes these were apparently bound from the English sheets with the American title page added.

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        Five manuscript nineteenth century ship logs

      [ London ? ]: not published, 1876 - 1880 Unique. A very good copy; jts. somewhat worn; rebacked with orig. spine laid down. sm. folio. There are 35 manuscript maps and 15 drawings and views ( some are in color ) with decorated manuscript title pages. A thick volume comprising appx. 500 pp. of daily log books kept for the HMS Spartan, Undaunted, and Druid by C E Tower. The logs are as follows: 1] Log of the HMS Spartan commanded by R E Tracey - Aug. 1876 - Feb. 1877. The ship went from England around the Cape of Good Hope to Zanzibar, the Seychelles and Maldives, and on to Bombay. 2] Log of the HMS Undaunted commanded by H W Brent - Feb. 1877 - Oct. 1878. The ship went from Bombay to Colombo, on to Madras and Aden and then to Mauiritus, the Seychelles and Zanzibar, and then to Malta through the Suez Canal. 3] Log of the HMS Undaunted commanded by J D'Arcy - Oct. 1878 - Dec. 1878. The ship went from Port Said to Malta and on the UK. 4] Log of the HMS Druid commanded by W R Kennedy - Feb. 1879 - Dec. 1879. The ship went from Sheerness to Madeira and on to the Bermudas, then north to Halifax, Newfoundland, back to the Bermudas and on to Jamaica. 5] Log of the HMS Druid commanded by W R Kennedy - Dec. 1879 - Dec. 1880. The ship went from Jamaica to Belize and then made three stops in Cuba and re-traced its steps to Newfoundland before returning to Plymouth. Each log has its own ornate, decorated pen and ink illustrated title. Each log has a number of very detailed manuscript charts, maps, views accompanied by and exhaustive account of the daily occurences aboard ship. Tower was an officer aboard ship and took great care in creating these chronicles.

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        Pioneers in the Settlement of America: From Florida in 1510 to California in 1849

      Boston: Samuel Walker and Company, 1876. First Edition. Half-Leather. Very Good/No Jacket. Illustrated Under the Supervision of George T. Andrews from Original Designs By F.O.C. Darley, Wm. L. Shepard, Granville Perkins, Etc.. Illustrated Under the Supervision of George T. Andrews from Original Designs By F.O.C. Darley, Wm. L. Shepard, Granville Perkins, Etc. First Edition. Half-Leather. 4to - over 9?" - 12" tall. Complete. 2 volumes: Vol 1 (1876) - 412p, Vol 2 (1877) - 500 p. 86 engraved plates plus engraved half titles in each volume. Half leather (morocco) binding. Marbled page edges. Tight binding with sound hinges. Clean pages. Slightly uneven text block. Minor cover wear, heaviest at leather corners. Superb collection of classic illustrations of early America, some of which have been often republished in subsequent histories and school texts or as decorative prints (e.g., Wives for the Settlers at Jamestown, Witchcraft in Salem Village, The Rescue of Jemima Boone, etc.).

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        Illustrations of the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians. With Letters and Notes Written during Eight Years of Travel and Adventure Among the Wildest and Most Remarkable Tribes now Existing

      London: Chatto and Windus, 1876. First Edition Printed in Color. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Catlin, George. Catlin, George. First Edition Printed in Color. Hard Cover. 4to - over 9?" - 12" tall. 2 volumes. First edition printed in color. Vol 1 - viii introductory pages; 264 text pages. Vol 2 - viii introductory pages; 266 text pages. All 180 colored plates are present (plates 152 and 153 are out of sequence). All three maps (including one folding) are present. Rebacked with original spine laid down. Covers have some minor wear; black and gilt decoration and lettering are in nice shape. New endpapers. Vol 1 table of contents leaves and folding map have been reinforced with transparent archival tape at their binding edges. Folding map has been retipped into place. Frontispiece has been slightly trimmed and retipped into place. Otherwise, pages and plates are clean and bright with only the occasional finger smudge. See Howes C-241.

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        The City of New York

      Currier & Ives, New York 1876 - A fine panoramic bird's-eye view of the city of New York from the south, published by Currier & Ives. The developed city stretches to the horizon, with many familiar buildings easily identifiable and with Central Park clearly delineated in the far distance. Both the East River and the Hudson filled with ship traffic, including images of the steamers Massachusetts, Providence, and City of New York. Perhaps the most surprising feature is the large view of the "Great East River Suspension Bridge" (i.e. the Brooklyn Bridge), in anticipation of its completion some seven years following the publication of this view. Currier and Ives were the most famous lithographic print publishers of the 19th century. Among their vast body of work are a number of topographical views; these are usually restricted to the large metropolises and especially New York, which was not only their home town but also their largest market. Their strategy to attract their audience appears to have been to create very large, highly detailed views from a breathtaking bird's-eye perspective, and to issue new editions of this view to keep up with the ever-changing skyline of the city. Conningham 1107; Gale 1220; Reps 2721. Hand-coloured lithographed bird's-eye view, after and on stone by Parsons & Atwater. Numerous unnumbered references in the lower margin. Sheet size: 27 1/2 x 39 inches.

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        THE DWALE BLUTH HEBDITCH'S LEGACY AND OTHER LITERARY REMAINS.

      London: Tinsley Brothers, 1876. - Two volumes. Rose-brown cloth, spines lettered in gilt, beveled edges. Portraits. Wolff's collation calls for an extra prelim in volume one not present here (with no signs of removal), cloth very faded and worn at the spine and edges, with some rubbing and soiling, Massingham's labels on upper boards, with related bookplates, internally good. First edition of this rare collection of fiction, edited for posthumous publication, with a memoir of the author, by William M. Rossetti and F. Hueffer. Wolff comments that the "death at nineteen of this brilliantly versatile and precocious artist and novelist, son of Ford Madox Brown, and brother-in- law of William Michael Rossetti and Francis Hueffer, deeply distressed the boy's father and all the brethren of the pre-Raphaelite movement. Both his books are rare." WOLFF 880.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA]
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        Illustrations of the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians. With Letters and Notes Written during Eight Years of Travel and Adventure Among the Wildest and Most Remarkable Tribes now Existing

      London: Chatto and Windus, 1876. First Edition Printed in Color. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Catlin, George. Catlin, George. First Edition Printed in Color. Hard Cover. 4to - over 9?" - 12" tall. 2 volumes. First edition printed in color. Vol 1 - viii introductory pages; 264 text pages. Vol 2 - viii introductory pages; 266 text pages. All 180 colored plates are present (plates 152 and 153 are out of sequence). All three maps (including one folding) are present. Rebacked with original spine laid down. Covers have some minor wear; black and gilt decoration and lettering are in nice shape. New endpapers. Vol 1 table of contents leaves and folding map have been reinforced with transparent archival tape at their binding edges. Folding map has been retipped into place. Frontispiece has been slightly trimmed and retipped into place. Otherwise, pages and plates are clean and bright with only the occasional finger smudge. See Howes C-241.

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        The Declaration of Independence

      [New York 1876 - The original plate from which was printed one of the most admired engraved versions of 'the most important visual record of the heroic period of American history' ('Concise Dictionary of American Biography' p.1082). The painting from which this image is taken was the result of eight years work by John Trumbull: this is not surprising when one learns that, of the 48 portraits that it finally included, a remarkable thirty six were executed from life. The painting, now in the Yale University Art Gallery, is undoubtedly Turnbull's masterpiece. ' Without a flourish, without heroic gesture, with the associations of power and elegance transformed into sobriety and determination, Trumbull's painting is not grand, but it achieves grandeur. There is not another like it in the world. The very immobility of the figures and the airlessness of the room suggest the frozen instant in which had been born the new state, to be led not by the caprice or ambitions of a monarch, but by the sweet dictates of republican reason.' (Irma Jaffé John Trumbull , p.117). 'As a national image, The Declaration of Independence has penetrated the American consciousness through reproductions in history books, popular magazines, calendars, and every kind of image-making medium.' ( Irma Jaffé John Trumbull , p.117). In the hierachy of the reproductions of this image, the large format steel-engraved plate produced by Ormsby must rank very near the top: indeed a copy of it is to be found in the White House itself. Waterman Lilly Ormsby, born in Connecticut in 1809, studied at the National Academy of Design and after working for others in Albany, NY, and Lancaster, Mass., he eventually set up on his own in New York. In addition to being an engraver of the first order (as the present plate demonstrates) he was also the inventor of a number mechanical devices, including the 'pantograph' (according to Stauffer). In addition to fine art, he also specialised in engraving for paper money, and was one of the founders of the Continental Bank Note Co. This plate, one of Ormsby's greatest (which still appears to be in good printable condition) is to be cherished as the matrix for the dissemination, through the engravings printed from it, of one of the most important images in American history. Trumbull: Concise Dictionary of American Biography p.1082; Groce & Wallace p.637; Sellers. Banjamin Franklin in Portraiture p.375; cf. T. Sizer The Works of Colonel John Trumbull . Ormsby: Concise Dictionary of American Biography p.751; Groce & Wallace p.478; cf. Hamilton Early American Book Illustrators and Wood Engravers 133, 467; Stauffer p.194. Original steel printing plate, engraved by Waterman Lilly Ormsby. Plate maker's mark 'J. Garside / Newark N.J.' stamped on verso. Plate size 24 x 32 5/8 inches.

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        Notes of a Voyage from New South Wales to the North Coast of Australia

      Glasgow: privately printed, n.d. but, 1876. Octavo, photographic frontispiece, eight lithograph plates and four folding lithograph maps and another map in the text; fine bright green original cloth, gilt. A presentation copy from the editor, James R. Napier, to A.G. MacDonald (dated 7August 1876).Francis Napier joined the South Australian Government expedition under Captain Cadell. They were searching for suitable sites for settlement on the north coast of the state (now the Northern Territory). The expedition departed from Newcastle, New South Wales calling at Brisbane and travelling on to Cape York Peninsula. From Cape York it crossed the Gulf of Carpentaria to the Liverpool River, surveying that river and exploring the coast for about one hundred miles east and west of it. The expedition then returned to Burke Town on the Albert River, at the head of the Gulf of Carpentaria, and passing through Cadell Strait, and along the west coast of the Gulf, remaining some time at Maria Island… It discovered the entrance to the Roper River, from the Roper it returned to the Liverpool river, thence sailing westwards to Mount Norris Bay, Adam's Bay, and Victoria River, in search of fuel, food and water. The Notes outline the discoveries of the voyage including the entrance to the Roper River. These notes - which provide the only public account of the expedition - were compiled from Napier's journal by his family and privately printed in Glasgow following his death in 1875. A beautiful copy of a very rare book.

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        Adventures of Captain Hatteras

      London: Ward Lock & Co, 1876. illustrated tan cloth, AEG, engraved colour frontis, rubbed to extrems, front hinge weak, 2 volumes bound in one, 248pp, + 223pp + second frontis, on p121, descend is incorrectly printed as ascend, on p75 "right" has been hand corrected to left, p54 mizzen mast is hand corrected to mainmast, p44, crossbars of the topsails is hand corrected to crosstrees, & before the wind to windward, p41, east is hand corrected to west, p40, gallant is hand corrected to top-gallant, , p20, anvil is handcorrected to stocks, p15 handcorrected, anvils to stocks & stern to stem, p10 handcorrected, stern to stem. coloured pictures in gilt to front cover & spine. ward lock's 1st edition, with a different translation to the 1875 routledge ed. these early mistypes are all the ones we have noticed, inscript to ffep.. 2nd Edition. Hard Back. Good/No Dj. 130x190mm.

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        FACTS ABOUT SHERRY, Gleaned in the Vineyards and Bodegas of the Jerez, Seville, Moguer, & Montilla Districts During the Autumn of 1875. Author signed.

      London, Ward, Lock, and Tyler, 1876.FIRST EDITION 1876, INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR TO BLANCHARD JERROLD, 8vo, 180 x 120 mm, 7 x 4¾ inches, engraved frontispiece and 15 engraved plates, 9 illustrations in the text, pages: (11), 12 - 108, 7 pages of adverts at front and rear including endpapers, bound in original publisher's blue blind stamped fine grained cloth, gilt illustration and lettering to upper cover, spine plain. Spine slightly darkened, slightly worn at head and tail, gilt bright, contents clean and tight. A very good copy. The author was Wine Juror for Great Britain at the Vienna Exhibition of 1873 and he spent 3 months in the sherry districts of Southern Spain in 1875. On the title page he has written: "Blanchard Jerrold Esq., with the Author's cordial regards." Blanchard Jerrold (1826 ? 1884) was a well known journalist, writer and dramatist. Gabler, Wine into Words, page 293, G40310: "This is an interesting book not only because it tells us about sherry but because of what it tells us about the people, their customs, and their problems". MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        El-Kor'an; or, The Koran: Translated from the Arabic, The Suras Arranged in Chronological Order; With Notes and Index

      London Bernard Quaritch 1876. G+ : in Good condition plus without dust jacket. Light wear to spine ends. Details of a previous owner on fep. Light browning on margin of four leaves Second Edition Green/gilt hardback cloth cover 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). xxviii, 562pp.

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        The Comic Almanac for 1835-43 & 1844-53

      London: Chatto and Windus, nd but c., 1876. Two volumes, octavo, engravings; a little shaken and some light foxing but a very nice copy in original green cloth. Delightfully illustrated throughout with original engravings included the folding transportation engraving "Probable Effects of Over Female Emigration". Cruikshank's illusrations are celebrated, and these works extending as they do over a nineteen year period- 1835-53, show his best work.

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        "French Creek Canyon, Black Hill, D.T.," a watercolor showing the sheer canyon walls, from top to bottom, with the boulder-strewn stream below amid stands of pine and hardwood. Black Hills, Dakota Territory, 1875 or 1876

      Original watercolor, 9 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches, title, as above, written below the image, inscribed on the verso (visible in the frame): "To Col. Charles Bird / Adjt. 23rd Infty. / With compliments of / J.E.H. Foster / Lt. 3d Cavalry / Feby 12th 1876." The watercolor itself was probably painted in July, 1875, or soon thereafter (given the absence of snow, it was almost certainly accomplished before the 1875-1876 winter set in, i.e., before the 12 February 1876 inscription), when Foster was engaged under Col. Richard I. Dodge in exploring and mapping French Creek. Foster (1848-1883) entered military service toward the end of the Civil War and earned his commission as a 2nd lieutenant in 1873 (for a short biographical sketch, see "Encyclopedia of Frontier Biography," vol. I, p. 511). Col. Charles Bird (1839- 1930), the recipient, served in the Civil War, receiving notices for gallant and meritorious service at Fredericksburg, Spottsylvania, and Petersburg, beginning the conflict as 2nd lieutenant and ending as a colonel and regimental commander. In 1876 he was in the West serving as Regimental Adjutant of the 23rd Infantry and he continued his long service in the army until 1902 when he retired as a brigadier general. Fine. Matted glazed and framed (some scuffing to the frame). (#6004) An attractive, on-the-spot rendering of a site central to the events leading up to Lt. Col. George A Custer's fatal 1876 expedition. Painted in the summer of 1875, by an officer with the 3rd Cavalry, a topographical surveyor and draughtsman and a competent watercolorist, who served in the Black Hills Expedition during the summer of 1875, under Col. Dodge. It was the discovery of gold at French Creek during Custer's Black Hills expedition in the summer of 1874, and its official confirmation during Dodge's expedition in 1875, that set the Sioux on a rampage that led to the Great Sioux War of 1876 and Custer's defeat at Little Big Horn. Today the portion of French Creek depicted here is part of the 2200 acre French Creek Natural Area. At the time of the painting it was the site of two Black Hills Expedition encampments, Custer City and Camp Harney. Col. Dodge and his men, including Lt. Foster as his topographical officer, left Camp Jenny, on Beaver Creek, on June 9th, 1875, and reached Harney Peak at French Creek on June 13th. Four days later Dodge sent a telegram to General Crook: "Harney's Peack, June 17. Gold has been found in paying quantities on French Creek. Custer's report is confirmed in every particular." Once released to the press, the news brought the arrival of more gold seekers, aggravating the situation with the Sioux. On July 10, 1875, a note from Foter informed Dodge that "signs of Indians were everywhere in the vicinity he was surveying ... on July 15 Dodge pronounced as more than acceptable another map, by Second Lieut. Foster, of a scout he had just completed ... building on the work of Bourke, he and his two subalterns were on course to produce a visualization of the Black Hills topography that he thought would equal in merit any simialr image extant" (Wayne Kin's "Col. Richard Irving Dodge: The Life and Times of a Career Army Officer," U. of Oklahoma Press, 2006, pp. 206-211). In December 1875 the Sioux were ordered to return to the confines of the reservation by the following January 31st; they chose to ignore the deadline and the Great Sioux War ensued. The presentation inscription on this watercolor is dated barely two weeks after the deadline and must have been made shortly before Foster departed camp with his unit to fight the Sioux. Foster's artistic talents were also employed during the 1876 campaign. On June 12, 1876, five days before the Battle of the Rosebud and a week before Little Big Horn, First Lt. John G. Bourke, also of the 3rd Cavalry, wrote: "Lieut. Foster, 3d Cavalry, has made a series of creditable, rough pencil sketches of points of interest along the route: it is his intention to send them to 'Harper' Weekly' for publication" ("Diaries of John Gregory Bourke," edited by Charles M. Robinson, 2003-2010, vol. I, p. 308). Foster fought heroically on the Rosebud: "Captain Henry's battalion was soon exposed to heavy enfilading fire that was only checked by a brilliant charge made by Lieutenant Foster ... at the head of his platoon" (Henry R. Lemly "Fighting the Indians," in "The Papers of the Order of Indian Wars," edited by J.M. Carrol, Old Army Press, 1975, pp. 13- 18). We have been unable to trace any of Foster's sketches in "Harper's Weekly," but his work is included in the collections at the Museum of Nebraska Art.

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        Daniel Deronda

      Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1876. Four Volumes. First book edition. Contemporary half-calf & green cloth, all edges marbled, spines titled in gilt on panels of red. The inner front covers of all four volumes bear the decorative armorial bookplate of Joseph Needham, M.B., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, University of Aberdeen [the father, we believe, of the noted 20th century British scientist Joseph Needham]; all volumes also bear the binder's ticket from A. Brown & Co., Aberdeen. Splitting along the lower rear hinge of Volume 1, moderate scuffing and wear to the leather corners and edges, some inner hinges are cracking, but all are intact; in general quite a handsome set, the spines titled in script. This copy conforms to the first issue as described in Sadleir 813a; all four volumes have the initial signature of 4 leaves, not 6 as in the second issue. Also (though not mentioned by Sadleir) the misprint is present on page 83 of Volume I: ("reponsive" for "responsive"). It is bound without the erratum slip in Volume III, and without the final ad leaf in Volume IV. Half-title leaves are present in all 4 volumes. The book was first issued in paperbound parts, and most bound copies which surface are comprised of those parts bound-up; this copy is the first book edition, not bound from parts. An attractive copy of this significant novel.

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        THE HAND OF ETHELBERTA A Comedy in Chapters

      Smith Elder & Co 1876 - First edition. Two volumes, original publisher's primary binding of red-brown cloth, blocked in gilt to spine and upper cover with elaborate borders in black. A near fine set, with a little toning to the spine, but the gilt bright and unrubbed and only minor wear to the spine ends. Internally very fresh with the plates clean and all hinges perfect. Faint corner stain to the frontispiece of volume I. An exceptionally bright and well preserved set. Eleven wood engraved plates. One of 1000 copies in the first edition. Listed fourth in Michael Sadleir's comparative scarcities for Hardy. Seldom encountered in good, unrepaired cloth. Purdy p.20-23, Sadleir 1107 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Masterpieces of the Centennial International Exhibition Illustrated

      Philadelphia: Gebbie & Barrie, 1876. Complete 3-volume set. 4to. Hard-grain morocco with gilt lettering and pictorial gilt, compartments, inner dentelles. xii, 366pp; x, 521pp; clxxxvi, 375pp. All edges gilt. Engraved title page (Volume I), frontispieces, numerous full-page plates, extensive illustrations, watered silk endpapers. Very good overall. Mild edgewear and bit of rubbing to bindings; inoffensive 2" circular abrasion near bottom of Volume I front board affects several middle letters of giltstamped word "Exhibition" and the paraph below it; inner flyleaf and half-title of third volume show discreet archivally-mended corner fold; internally, though, all three volumes exceptionally tight and most handsome, with edge gilting blindingly bright. A lovely first edition of this massive and striking tribute to the material featured at the United States' one hundred year birthday bash, in the original and seldom seen moroccan binding. Strahan's first volume covers "Fine Art," Smith's second volume covers "Industrial Art" and Wilson's third volume covers "History, Mechanics, Science." Extensive illustrations all tissue guarded and near pristine. Rarely seen in this condition and in this deluxe binding.

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        THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK an Agony in Eight fits. By Lewis Carroll. With nine illustrations by Henry Holiday.

      London. Macmillan and Co. 1876. - Original red pictorial cloth gilt. All edges gilt. Octavo. First edition.Bookplate; binding little rubbed and worn; else a very good copy of this scarce issue. 'It is doubtful whether any variant coloured bindings were for sale… (they) seem to have been bound specially for Dodgson, who wrote to Macmillan on 21 Mar. 1876 ordering: '100 in red and gold, 20 in dark blue and gold, 20 in white vellum and gold…'' Lewis Carroll Handbook. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The hunting of the snark : an agony, in eight fits / By Lewis Carroll... with nine illustrations by Henry Holiday

      London : Macmillan and Co., 1876. London : Macmillan and Co., 1876. 1st Edition. Very good copy in the original cream cloth. Rebacked with the original spine laid back. The cloth is somewhat dust-toned as with age, with some rubbing and light wear evident around the panel edges. New endpapers. Some marginal dust marks evident internally, otherwise very bright and clean. Remains quite well-preserved overall; tight and strong. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. 1st edition, 1st printing. With "baker" not "butcher" on p.83. With one page of advertisements at back. Physical description: xi, [3], [3]-83 p. : illus., frontis., plates ; 18.5 cm. Genre: Poetry - Juvenile literature - English - 19th century.

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        POEMS

      Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, Late Ticknor & Fields, and Fields, Osgood, & Co., 1876. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, Late Ticknor & Fields, and Fields, Osgood, & Co., 1876. Later printing. Hardcover. Spine gilt dull. Near Fine in a later cloth slipcase. Publisher's brown cloth; 251 pages. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece portrait of Emerson. First published in 1846. This copy is SIGNED by the author "R. Waldo Emerson/April 13, 1876" on the second blank.

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        Discoveries & Surveys in New Guinea and the D'Entrecasteaux Islands : a cruise in Polynesia and visits to the pearl-shelling stations in Torres Straits of H.M.S. Basilisk. New Guinea & Polynesia.

      John Murray, London 1876 - With maps and illustrations. First edition. xx, 328pp (last blank); 20pp publisher's adverts, frontis & 3 other plates, 4 maps (two coloured, one folding at rear). Original blue cloth over bevelled boards, gilt vignettes on the upper board and spine; rebacked with the original (faded) spine laid down. Fading to the margins of the endpapers, hinges reinforced with Japanese tissue. A little spotting early and late, the folding map with some old repairs to folds, leaving light staining; otherwise a good clean copy *** Ferguson 12801. *** Please use [Ask Bookseller a Question] option below to confirm availability and get accurate postage quote for this item (the amount quoted is for an 'average' hard-cover book of up to 1kg in weight). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MELANGES RELIGIEUX, HISTORIQUES, POLITIQUES ET LITTERAIRES. 1e, 2e et 3e SERIES. (EN 18 TOMES).

      GAUME FRERES ET J. DUPREY / LOUIS VIVES 1876 - R260174220: 18 volumes (6 par series) d'environ 500 à 700 pages. Dos de cuir rouge, titres roulettes et filets dorés. Papier noir et rouge sur les plats. Etiquettes et tampons de bibliothèque. Epidermures. Quelques couverture partiellement décolorées. Manque sur le revêtement des plats du tome 1 de la 2e série. Auréoles sur quelques dos. In-8 Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Coins frottés. Dos fané. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Bibliotheque de la Paix Sociale

      Tours - Alfred Mame et Fils, 1876. Tours - Alfred Mame et Fils, 1876 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A work on the library of social peace. In French. Second Edition. Pierre Guillaume Frederic le Play (April 11, 1806, La Riviere-Saint-Sauveur near Honfleur France - April 5, 1882, Paris), was a French engineer, sociologist, and economist. Condition: Disbound. Textblock is firmly bound. Age-toning and foxing to front and rear pages and scattered foxing throughout. Ink stamps to title page and two further pages. Slight marginal tide-marks to head of all pages. Overall: GOOD ONLY.

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        HISTORIA DEL DERECHO EN CATALUNA, MALLORCA Y VALENCIA DE LAS COSTUMBRES DE TORTOSA

      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Madrid. Imprenta de Miguel Ginesta. 1876-1881. Holandesa con puntas. 23X16. 4Vol. 1vol, LXXX+458Pag+2h. 2vol, VIII+546Pag+2h. 3vol, 666Pag+2h. 4vol, XXXIV+573Pag+2h. Obra dedicada a las leyes y costumbres de Cataluna, Mallorca y Valencia. Rarissima Obra. Ref 6.4 Biblioteca A.

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        The Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay

      London - Longmans, Green and Co., 1876. London - Longmans, Green and Co., 1876 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A biography encompassing the 'Life and Letters' of Lord Macaulay, written by his nephewGeorge Otto Trevelyan and with a portrait of Macaulay to frontispiece of volume one. Bound by Maclehose, Glasgow with binder's stamp to front free endpapers. First edition. In two volumes complete. Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1st Baron Macaulay PC (1800 - 1859) was a British poet, historian and Whig politician. He wrote extensively as an essayist and reviewer, and on British history. He also held political office as Secretary at War between 1839 and 1841 and Paymaster-General between 1846 and 1848Sir George Otto Trevelyan, 2nd Baronet OM, PC (1838 - 1928) was a British statesman and author. In a ministerial career stretching almost 30 years, he was most notably twice Secretary of State for Scotlandunder William Ewart Gladstone and the Earl of Rosebery. Also a writer and historian, Trevelyan published The Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay, his maternal uncle, in 1876. With previous owner's bookplates to front pastedowns and with a clipping ofpublication details tipped-in to front pastedown and a further clipping detailing the life of Trevelyan tipped-in to front free endpaper to volume one. Condition: Handsomely bound in tree calf. Externally, in a lovely condition with only minor shelfwear to extremities. Front hinge to volume one strained. Internally, firmly bound. Bright and generally clean throughout but with slight scattered foxing almost entirely to endpapers and a couple of slight closed tears to front free endpaper. Overall: NEAR FINE.

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        POEMS

      James R. Osgood and Company, Late Ticknor & Fields, and Fields, Osgood, & Co., Boston 1876 - Publisher's brown cloth; 251 pages. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece portrait of Emerson. First published in 1846. This copy is SIGNED by the author "R. Waldo Emerson/April 13, 1876" on the second blank. Spine gilt dull. Near Fine in a later cloth slipcase [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Geographical Distribution of Animals with a study of the relations of living and extinct faunas as elucidating the past changes of the earth's surface, 2 Volumes, complete

      New York: Harper and Brothers, 1876. First edition. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1876. First edition. Light edge wear to cloth; a tight, bright and clean copy in near fine condition.. Pp. xxi, (1), 503, with 5 color maps (2 double page and 1 triple-page foldout) and 13 black-and-white woodcut plates; pp. viii, (4), 607, (2, ads) with 2 color maps and 7 black-and-white woodcut plates. Publisher's original brown cloth, lettered in gilt on the spines and with gilt scene of tropical birds and the aye-aye on the front covers, lg 8vo. The first American edition of this scarce work that established evolutionary zoogeography as a field of study. This is Wallace's most well-known work. Signature of entomologist George Wheeler Jr. dated 1938 on the front blank endpaper. There is also another unintelligible signature on the same endpaper.

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        LES OISEAUX GIBIER. Chasse - Moeurs - Acclimatation.

      1876 - Paris, J. Rothschild, 1876. Petit in-folio (288 X 362) demi-chagrin vert lierre, dos cinq nerfs, fleuron doré dans les compartiments, auteur et titre dorés, nom de l'éditeur en queue, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque); (1) f. blanc, (2) ff. de faux-titre et titre imprimé en rouge et noir, frontispice, 140 pages, 44 planches couleurs hors-texte sous serpente, (1) f. blanc. ÉDITION ORIGINALE de ce TRÈS BEAU LIVRE SUR LA CHASSE DU GIBIER À PLUME. Il est illustré de 45 SUPERBES CHROMOTYPOGRAPHIES à pleine page, dont le frontispice, et de nombreuses vignettes dans le texte en sépia. Les planches sont imprimées sur vélin fort, et les coloris, vifs, sont d'une grande fraicheur. La qualité d'impression est telle qu'on pourrait croire qu'il s'agit de dessins originaux. Chaque variété d'oiseaux est décrite avec soin: coq de bruyère, perdrix, caille, pluvier, bécassine, cygne et oie, bernache, canard, sarcelle, macreuse, etc. Le texte est composé avec soin, avec pour chaque nouvelle notice une belle et grande lettrine en sépia. «Beau volume, assez rare, qui, d'après Souhart, n'aurait été tiré qu'à 300 exemplaires » (Thiébaud). BEL EXEMPLAIRE, conservé dans sa solide reliure de l'époque. (Thiébaud, 538 - Souhart, 277 - Schwerdt, I-294, «A valuable book on game birds » - Jeanson, 1ère vente, 304). FINE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        New Lands Within the Arctic Circle. 2 Volumes.

      Macmillan., London 1876 - Vol:1 xxxi, 335pp, map, coloured frontis, illustrations, Vol: 2xiv, 303pp, map, illustrations. Narrative of the discoveries of the Austrian ship 'Tegetthoff' in the years 1872-1874. Stamps to half-titles, medium wear but good on shelves. 2.4kg. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Maidenspeech.

      O. O. u. D.. 136 nn. Bll. mit zahlreichen (davon 11 ganzs.) eh. Aufzeichnungen und 17 (einmontierten bzw. beiliegenden) eh. Briefen diverser Schreiber (u.a. von Franz von Dingelstedt, Luise Erhart und Theodor Liedtcke), eingeklebten Rezensionen, Programmzetteln u.ä. Zeitgen. Pappband. 4to.. Josef Grünstein war Berufssoldat in der österreichischen Marine, ehe er Journalist - u. a. Redakteur beim 'Berliner Fremdenblatt' - und freiberuflicher Schriftsteller wurde. Der Einakter 'Maidenspeech' ist Grünsteins erste dramatische Arbeit und wurde am 16. März 1876 im Königlichen Schauspielhaus in Berlin uraufgeführt. Über die Premiere hieß es u. a.: "'Maidenspeech' wird bald Repertoirstück aller hervorragenden Bühnen werden" (Deutsch-österreichische Theaterzeitung vom 19. März 1876). Im Jahr darauf wurde 'Maidenspeech' u. a. am Münchner Hoftheater und am Hamburger Thaliatheater gleichfalls mit großem Beifall begrüßt. Für Luise Erhart, die Darstellerin der Gräfin Rüden in der Uraufführung, war es eine ihrer letzten Rollen, da sie 1878 ihren Abschied von der Bühne nahm; Theodor Liedtcke, der den Grafen Holms spielte, war bis 1889 Ensemblemitglied des Berliner Hoftheaters.

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        Chasse du sanglier, du renard, du blaireau et du lapin

      Paris, Auguste Aubry, Editeur, 1876. Grand In - 8, reliure en demi - basane verte, dos lisse à titres dorés, 2 ff. n. ch., 162 p., 1 f.n.ch. Edition originale TRES RARE, tirée à 150 exemplaires. Avec une préface de Joseph La Vallée (pour le sanglier). Reliure modeste (tampon de bibliothèque de garnison) avec des usures marquées sur les coiffes. Rares taches. Thiébaud, 444. a relié Bon état

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