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        Toledo. Puerto principal del Alcazar.

      Madrid, 1880. ca. 1880, albumen print, 25,1 x 33,9 cm, photograph no 8. KEYWORDS:spain / toledo

      [Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books]
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        Osprey (fishing for nested young).

      Original Watercolor [c1880-1900], Great Britain - Fine original watercolor on rag paper. (25.4 x 17.7 cm). Matted in Rag. Condition: Fine, with minor aged paper remains to verso corners from previous mount watermarked 1902. Pathos notwithstanding and made all the more alluring by want of attribution, this vivid watercolor scene (Osprey capturing fish for its nested young) was envisioned and thus executed not by a professional artist, field naturalist or explorer but by an amateur, or armchair, traveler/naturalist /painter. The drama evident yet depiction gentle, this watercolor quite plausibly was painted by a young Victorian gentlewoman who would have learned the art of nature painting, as was the custom, and who would have sought inspiration from the grand natural history color plate volumes of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This bold and vivid naturalists' display of a tapestry of dappled foliage or the crystalline translucence of disturbed water or the splendid reticulated plumage is clearly stylized by a primitive eye, yet executed with an accomplished and refined hand; the technique is learned. The resulting composition is one of dramatic charm.

      [Bookseller: Lowry-James Rare Prints & Books, ABAA]
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        The Last Journals of David Livingstone in Central Africa, from 1865 to His Death. Continued by a Narrative of His Last Moments and Sufferings, Obtained from His Faithful Servants Chuma and Susi

      John Murray, London - 1880, re-issued. () Near fine. [xx] 360, [vii] 346 +2pp catalogue at rear. 2 vols. Quarto. Publisher's olive green cloth; black rules to boards of both. Spine title in gilt; minor shelf wear to crown and foot, both vols.; corners slightly rubbed. Illustrated frontis with tissue guard in both; volume 1 with portrait, volume 2 with lithographed engraving. 19 plates from engravings throughout volumes, B / W etchings in texts. Volume 1 with map in rear pocket, somewhat browned; volume 2 with rear folding map. Some small fox marks to text interiors, overall exceptionally clean and bright set. Called "the greatest explorer of Africa"(Sykes 220), David Livingstone's legacy lives on in both the colonial and tribal histories of the continent. His exploits in South and Central Africa inspired a generation of explorers, missionaries and adventurers to travels into the "Dark Continent". Here, an extremely scarce re-print of his last journals, kept until his death from malaria and complications from dysentry. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books(Cameron Treleaven) ABAC]
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        Old and New London

      London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin,, c. 1880. A narrative of its history, its people and its places. Illustrated with numerous engravings from the most authentic sources. 6 volumes, quarto (262 × 190 mm). Contemporary red full morocco, titles gilt direct, gilt in compartments, triple rules to board edges, inner dentelles and all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Frontispieces and black and white illustrations throughout. Spines very faintly darkened, occasional light scuffing to boards. A finely bound set in excellent condition. A frequent contributor to Household Words, Thornbury was one of the group, including G. A. Sala and Percy Fitzgerald, who were popularly referred to as Dickens's "young men". Of a rather ghoulish turn of mind, many of Thornbury's pieces in his "Old Stories, retold" series tended to concentrate on crime and retribution and Dickens became concerned that he was "rather given to horrors". However he was also a great admirer of Thornbury's style, "For some years I have had so much pleasure in reading you, that I can honestly warrant myself "a good audience"' [quoted in ODNB]. Thornbury was troubled by mental illness, and died at only 48 at Camberwell House Lunatic Asylum of "exhaustion from acute mania" just after the publication of the second volume in this series. To complete the work the publishers chose Edward Walford, who had just edited Charles Knight's London. He later added two further volumes on Greater London which were similarly well-received. In Historians of London Rubinstein remarks that "for light bedside reading these books are admirable". With each volume weighing in at over 1.5kg, this comment is clearly intended to be taken stylistically rather than physically.

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        The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America in Congress. [Benjamin Tyler-Giles Lithograph printing of the Declaration of Independence]

      Durham and New York: The Giles Lithographic and Liberty Printing Co. for Mess. W. Duke, Sons & Company, 1880. Broadside. Very Good. Lithographic print on parchment. Approximately 20.5" x 27". Original metal trim still present at top and bottom. Minor edge wear. Three professionally repaired short marginal tears. Small wrinkles at lower margin. This print of the Declaration of Independence is of the famous facsimile originally published by Benjamin Owen Tyler, a self-taught calligrapher, in 1818. Tyler's documents were the first to produce the Declaration in script and included amazing facsimile signatures of the signers. "The publisher designed and executed the ornamental writing, and has been particular to copy the Facsimiles exact, and has also observed the same punctuation, and copied every Capital as in the original. . . . [The signatures] are curiously exact imitations, so much so that it would be difficult if not impossible for the closest scrutiny to distinguish them . . . from the original." (Bidwell, 1989) Tyler's documents are among the most sought after printings of the Declaration and over the last ten years have sold for between $7,500 and $35,000. As noted by Bidwell, the Giles lithographs are the only exact reproductions of Tyler's work. These were produced as premiums for Duke tobacco products and could only be obtained by collecting certificates from 75 packets of Duke products. As such these lithographs are scarcer than the Tyler originals. As of 2014, no examples are listed in OCLC, and Bidwell only found one example at the New York Public Library as well as a photostat reproduction at the American Antiquarian Society. Between ABPC, AE, and Worthpoint, only two examples are shown as ever having been sold at auction; one for $1,024 in 2009 and one for $7,995 in 2011.

      [Bookseller: Read 'Em Again Books, ABAA]
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        The Works of Charles Dickens. 29 volumes

      Chapman and Hall, London, 1880.. The Pocket Volume Edition je ca 400 Seiten 12°, 10 - 15 cm, gebunden, dunkelrotes Leinen, mit goldgeprägtem Titel, in einer Kassette/Schränkchen mit Flügeltüren mit Leinen bezogen, Kassette angeschmutzt und an den Ecken bestoßen, Schnitt der Bücher teils auch etwas angeschmutzt, sonst aber in gutem Zustand [bound, dark red linen, with gilt lettering on the cover, in a cassette/cabinet with double wing "doors", cassette shopworn, edges of the books partly shopworn as well, apart from that in a good condition]. F203

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        THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES BY MEANS OF NATURAL SELECTION, OR THE PRESERVATION OF FAVOURED RACES IN THE STRUGGLE FOR LIFE

      London, John Murray, 1880.. SIXTH EDITION 1880 with additions and corrections to 1872, (twenty-second thousand). 8vo, approximately 195 x 125 mm, 7½ x 5 inches, folding chart, xxi pages of prelims, 458 pages including index, original publisher's green cloth, gilt lettering and decoration to spine, blind-stamped decorative borders to covers, original mid brown endpapers. Binding slightly rubbed, slight wear to head and tail of spine, gilt a touch rubbed at tail of spine, very neat name and date 1906 to top of half-title, occasional very small pale fox spot or small pale stain, mainly to margins. A very good clean tight copy. See R. B. Freeman, The Works of Charles Darwin, page 79-81 and page 86 reference 412. This is a reprint of the edition of 1876 which contained the final text as Darwin left it and which contained small differences in text from the edition of 1872. The word 'evolution' was used for the first time in the 6th edition of 1872 of The Origin of Species on page 201 (twice) and page 424 (3 times). Darwin had used it before in the first edition of the Descent of Man in the previous year but it doesn't appear in The Origin of Species until 1872. The title changed to The Origin of Species from On the Origin of Species in the edition of 1872 and a Glossary was added by W. S. Dallas. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Saiga Shokunin Burui = Various Classes of Artisan in Colored Pictures, 2 Volumes

      Unsodo, Japan 1880 - 2 vols., col. illus.; 31 cm. An attractive 2-volume Meiji period (1880) reprint of Minko Tachibana's 1771 classic Saiga Shokunin Burui (Various Classes of Artisan in Colored Pictures), with stunning woodblock illustrations in which the colors have been applied by stencils (a hybrid technique known as kappazuri-e). The outer wraps have moderate rubbing and one has a faint droplet stain on the front cover. The interior contents are in fine condition, with beautiful bright colour plates absent of any foxing or soiling. A leading collector and authority on Japanese books has examined these volumes and pronounced them to be in very fine condition. {Swordsmith depicted in image} Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Pictorial Edition of the Works of Shakespeare

      London: Charles Knight and Co.,, [c.1880].. Edited by Charles Knight. 8 volumes, octavo (240 × 162 mm). Contemporary red pebble-grained half morocco, titles and decoration to spines in compartments separated by raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers, gilt edges. Illustrated with engravings throughout. Some occasional light foxing, spines a little rubbed and marked, an excellent set. A handsomely bound set of Knight's Shakespeare.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        La vie et les paysages en Egypte. Études en héliotypies tirées d après nature.

      Zürich, Edition Photoglob Co. ca. 1880. 12p text booklet, & 30 helio-engravings, 25 x 20 cm, Verlag Schroeder & Cie, Zürich, large folio, original illustrated portfolio. - Plates in perfect condition. Portfolio reasonable good. - Pictures of Kait Bey, Gizeh, Tombeaux des Chalifs, Colosse Ramses, Bedechein, Caire, Mosque Barkukiyeh, Mosquee Cheykhon, Alexandrie, Pyramides etc. KEYWORDS:egypt.

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        Das alte Rom. Malerische Bilder der hervorragendsten Ruinen nebst zwei reconstruirten Ansichten. Zwanzig Blätter in Farbendruck. Mit begleitendem Text.

      Weigel,, Leipzig, 1880 - Leipzig, Weigel, o.J. [um 1880]. Quer-8°. 22+2 S. und Tafeln. OLwd. Mit allen Tafeln. - Zwei Tafeln mit Leinenband im Bug altbefestigt, diese stockfleckig. Ebd. leicht berieben u. etw. fleckig. - Schöne Lithographische Ansichten. Deutsch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
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        HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN FAUNA and A General Natural History of the World

      Virture & Yorston, NY:nd(ca.1880) - **LIMITED TIME ONLY! 60% OFF ALL ANTIQUARIAN SHOP INVENTORY! (DISCOUNT ALREADY APPLIED TO PRICE SHOWN)** In 3 volumes, American Fauna and a general natural history of the world, being a popular account of the structure, habits, and classification of the various departments of the animal kingdom, quadrupeds, birds, reptiles, fishes, shells, and insects, including the insects destructive to agriculture, by John Richardson, William S. Dallas, and T. Spencer Cobbold, assisted by William Baird and Adam White. Containing over 130 lithos, some colored, bound in red cloth, paper spine labels, damp stain to rear cover of volume one, and to spine label of volume two otherwise a very good set of an extensive work, very scarce. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Antiquarian Shop]
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        An Illustrated Handbook of Indian Arms.

      William H. Allen & Co., London 1880 - A VERY RARE SIGNED BINDING DONE IN INDIA . QARI ABDURRAHMAN'S SONS BOOK BINDER AND ILLUMINATOR ULWAR STATE INDIA. An absolutely incredibly stunning binding. Full calf with the most exquisite raised gilt and floral decoration completely covering the boards and spine. The decoration is so intricate it must be seen, as it is just about impossible to put into words. Both inside covers are in red leather bordered by brown leather. The center of the inside covers have the most beautiful raised design and intricate ornamentation. There is slight offsetting to the page opposite the inside covers.These pages are covered in gilt flecks. The frontispiece is a large color fold out map of India. There are numerous full page color and black and white illustrations, as well as many folded plates, depicting Indian Arms and Armour. Half Title. Index. A true work of art. EXTREMELY RARE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Pilgrimage of the "Ticonderoga"

      Francis, Valentine & Co., San Francisco 1880 - First edition. Octavo. Cloth and printed papercovered boards. 85pp. Rear hinge neatly repaired, small spot of erosion to the paper at the bottom of the front board, a nice, very good copy. An almost certainly privately printed, detailed account of a cruise by the *U.S.S. Ticonderoga* beginning in 1878, and which visited most of Africa and Asia. Very scarce, *OCLC* lists but six copies -- three in California, two in New York, and one in Washington, DC. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LEGEND OF THE BEST BELOVED AND OTHER POEMS 1880 rare

      NY: P. O'SHEA, 1880. Book. Good. Hardcover. TITLE: LEGEND OF THE BEST BELOVED AND OTHER POEMS 1880 rare AUTHOR: ELEANOR C. DONNELLY PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) /COPYRIGHT: P. O'SHEA, NY 1880 EDITION: First Edition CATEGORY: Poetry, Decorative, Rare BINDING/COVER: Hardback without dust jacket COLOR: Green CONDITION: The outside is in good minus condition; there is a scuff to the top edge of the spine; there is scuffing to the corner edges. Minor split to the bottom edge of the first front free endpaper. There is a laid in slip of paper glued to the first front free endpaper, and it reads "Christian Doctrine 2nd Premium - Drawn by Miss Kate Dale - St. Catharine of Sienna Acdy - June 2nd, 1885." Book is without other marks or writings, pages are clean, and book is tight and sturdy. SIZE: 5 ½ x 8 ½ (approximately) PAGES: 108 pages. Good/None dust jacket condition. BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: First Edition. P. O'SHEA, NY 1880. IN HONOR OF THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS. AN OFFERING TO THE IRISH FAMINE FUND OF 1880. THERE ARE NO OTHER COPIES OF THIS TITLE BY ELEANOR C. DONNELLY FOUND FOR SALE ON THE INTERNET AT THE TIME OF THIS RESEARCH!!!! COMPETITIVE PRICING! Once paid, books will ship immediately without email notification to customer (it's on the way), you are welcomed to email about shipment date! REFUNDS: All ViewFair books, prints, and manuscript items are 100% refundable up to 14 business days after item is received. InvCodePrc 1850 E H V VIEWFAIR BOOKS: 005930 .

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        Handbuch des Schachspiels

      Verlag von Veit & Co, Leipzig 1880 - xvi+704 pages with diagrams. Small quarto (10 1/2" x 7") bound in 3/4 black cloth with marbled boards and label to spine. (Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana: 712) Sixth edition. Handbuch des Schachspiels (Handbook of Chess, often simply called the Handbuch) is a chess book, first published in 1843 by Tassilo von Heydebrand und der Lasa. It was one of the most important opening references for many decades. The Handbuch had been the project of Paul Rudolf von Bilguer, who was with von der Lasa a member of the Berlin Chess Club and the influential group of chess masters later called the Berlin Pleiades. Bilguer died in 1840, with the work still in the early stages. Von der Lasa completed the project and saw it published, with his friend von Bilguer alone named as author. It contained comprehensive analyses of all opening variations then known, plus a section on the history and literature of chess. Von der Lasa prepared four further editions (1852, 1858, 1864, and 1874). The sixth edition (1880) was by Constantin Schwede; and the seventh edition (1891) was by Emil Schallopp, with the assistance of Louis Paulsen. Carl Schlechter, who had drawn a match for the World Championship with Emanuel Lasker in 1910, prepared the eighth and final edition. Published in eleven parts between 1912 and 1916, it totaled 1,040 pages and included contributions by Rudolf Spielmann, Siegbert Tarrasch, and Richard Teichmann. International Master William Hartston called it "a superb work, perhaps the last to encase successfully the whole of chess knowledge within a single volume." Condition: Rebound, spine label faded, boards rubbed, previous owner's gift inscription to title else a very good copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Book Collector, Inc.]
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        Beer: Its History And Its Economic Value As A National Beverage

      Hartford, CT: F. W. Salem & Co. 1880 - First edition. 8vo. 275 pp. 14 full-page illustrations. Original dark green cloth stamped in gilt and blind, top edge gilt. With the bookplate of Marcus Crahan, noted book collector and gastronome. Contains a printed label pasted above the bookplate where author and publisher (F. W. Salem) on behalf of the promoters of the real Temperance Cause sent a copy of the book to the Honorable Thomas Gross, Jr. of East Haddam. Light green coated end-papers. This copy also contains a four-page printed advertisement for the book loosely inserted. Both inner hinges starting; slight wear to cover corners. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Confidence

      Boston, Houghton, Osgood and Company; Cambridge, The Riverside Press,, 1880. Octavo. Original red-brown cloth, titles to spine gilt, boards blocked in blind, brown coated endpapers. Contemporary bookseller's ticket to rear pastedown. Very lightly rubbed at extremities, small scuff to upper board. An excellent copy. First US edition, first printing in the first issue binding of red-brown cloth. Originally published in the UK in the same year.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Complete Works

      London: George Routledge and Sons Ltd.,, [c. 1880]. 12 volumes, octavo (217 x 140 mm). Contemporary red half calf, marbled sides, raised bands, dark brown morocco labels, compartments richly gilt, top edges gilt. Engraved frontispiece portrait to each volume. Extremities slightly rubbed and worn, mild tanning to boards, free endpapers lightly browned, light spotting to edges, prelims and endmatter. An excellent set. An appealingly bound set of Prescott's (1796–1859) works, including his three major works: History of Ferdinand and Isabella, History of the Conquest of Mexico, History of the Conquest of Peru, originally published in 1838, 1843, and 1847 respectively.

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        Settler's Hut

      1880. Watercolour, 43 x 65 cm. signed and dated 1880 lower right, mounted and framed. This lovely watercolour is probably of a valley in the Bathurst region of New South Wales as the artist Edward Combes lived at Glanmire from the 1860's. It captures the isolation of early Australian settlement showing the simple timber slab homestead and the family's activities around it. Edward Combes (1830 -1895) was an engineer, pastoralist, politician and painter. He arrived from Wilshire England in 1851 to join the gold rush at Ballarat and Bendigo. In 1854 he returned to Paris for two years training in scientific engineering and studied water colour drawing. On his return to Australia a few years later he moved to New South Wales bought land and built {i Glanmire Hall} with his new English wife. By 1870 he was well known throughout this central western district of New South Wales and pursued interests in both politics and art. In 1878 he was the executive commissioner at the Paris International Exhibition followed by commissioner for NSW at the Melbourne International Exhibition. He was also a member of the Legislative Council and contributed significantly to the development of colonial public works and education policy. In 1879 he directed the art section of the Garden Palace Exhibition. The Bulletin, on the 23rd. April 1881 described him as the "best amateur painter in Sydney and the wonder is that the prosy engineer can find time to indulge in the "seraph ecstasy" of a pictorial ideal". His paintings were exhibited in London galleries and at the Paris salon and he was on the committee of the NSW Academy of Art and president of the Art Society of NSW where he also exhibited his work. Unusually, Combes did not seek recognition in Australia as a painter but was highly regarded in London and Paris, so perhaps his political and artistic leadership positions dictated this distinction. The Art Gallery of New South Wales which he helped to found and to direct for over twenty years received from him a single etching of one of his paintings. A portrait bust of this outstanding nineteenth century polymath by Simonetti is in the Gallery.

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        Photograph Album of 50 photographs, probably black and white albumen photographs, which have been tinted and coloured by hand, dating from about 1880.

      - The photographs measure 135 x 90 mms. mounted on leaves measuring 182 x 134 mms., folded accordion style, with photographs mounted recto and verso, contained within a black lacquered boards, with rickshaw scene (slightly defective with faces of characters absent or removed) on one over and floral motif on the other cover; some photographs with marginal staining, but most in good condition. Many of the scenes are landscapes or cityscapes, while others are of geishas and of a tea service. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB]
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        GO WEST VIA ST. LOUIS. INDIANAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS R. R. BEE LINE ROUTE FROM BOSTON TO ST. LOUIS DAILY, WITH ONE CHANGE OF CARS

      Rand, McNally & Co., Printers, 1880., 1880. 16" x 28 1/2" sheet, opens to a color map on much of the U. S. covered by the Bee Line Route that promotes "the Miller platform, coupler and buffer, and Westinghouse improved air brake, on all trains, largely reduce the liability to accident. A road bed unexcelled, steel rails, and the absence of tunnels, ferries, and rough country generally, make this one of the foremost lines in the United States in point of safety." Connections are shown west to Denver, advertising panels on both sides of the map that promote their first class equipment and Horton's reclining chair cars that are provided free between Indianapolis and St. Louis. The other side has 16 panels of time tables and information, black & white cover has an ornate illustration of a bee hive. Very good copy.

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        CHASE & BACHELDER'S AMERICAN MUSEUM OF ART.

      Nottingham, England: Stafford & Co., [nd, but ca. s]. 1880 - Large color woodblock poster, approximately 27 x 37 inches. Clean and bright. Overall condition is excellent. Archivally matted, protected with mylar sheet. . A large woodblock poster, printed in color, boldly announcing Chase & Bachelder's American Art Museum in England. The lower two-thirds of the poster is comprised of a handsome allegorical scene depicting a lady liberty figure soaring above a western landscape, her eyes facing west (of course), as she strings the telegraph wire herself. Indians, hunters, gold miners, and a group of overland emigrants in a covered wagon, look on. Three railroad lines, a stagecoach, and a fleeing herd of buffalo complete the scene below. A handsomely printed poster.

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        The Art Treasures of America: Being the Choicest Works of Art in the Public and Private Collections of North America.

      Philadelphia: Gebbie & Barrie, n.d. c. 1880. - 2 volumes, 17.5 inches tall. 2 very tall volumes in half morocco. A most attractive and solid binding with gilt raised bands, pallets, titles and top edge. Some rubbing and some fading to the marbled boards especially the upper board of volume, but very solid with no splitting or loss. Some foxing, especially on the preliminaries. Very fine full page plates throughout. At least one more volume was published. 1000 copies of this limited de luxe edition were sold of which this is number 342. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works

      New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons [and] London, , 1880-93. 27 volumes, octavo (205 × 155 mm). Contemporary burgundy half morocco, titles and direction to spines, marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt. Illustrated frontispiece and vignette to each volume and further illustrations throughout. Some occasional light foxing and browning to pages, spines sunned and a couple lightly marked, an excellent set handsomely bound. Geoffrey Crayon edition.

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        Schauspielerinnen, 1 Schauspieler (inszenierte Photographie). 22 Original-Photographien. Konvolut.

      o. O., o. Vlg., o. J. (ca. 1880) - ca. 18 x 9 cm, Auf Karton aufgezogene Orig.-Albumin- Abzüge, Minimst berieben, einige mit minimem Lichtrand. Grösstenteils aus den Photostudios Angerer, Wien, und Koller, Budapest (2 aus New York, 1 Thiele, Dresden). 1200 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Recherches archéologiques sur les Iles Ioniennes. I. – Corfou. II. – Céphalonie. III. – Zante. IV. – Cérigo [Cythère]. V. – Appendice.

      Paris, Ernest Thorin, Éditeur, 1879- 1880 - In-8° ; (2)-58 pp.-1 carte h.-t. [Île de Corfou]-1 planche h.-t. [Écritures]-1 f. blanc non chiffré-(2)-70 pp.-1 carte h.-t. [Île de Céphalonie]- 1 f. blanc non chiffré-(2)-66 pp.-2 cartes h.-t. [Île de Zante et Île de Cérigo], figures in-texte, demi-chagrin marron, dos à nerfs, filets à froid, titre or, rel. de l’époque, bel exemplaire. BNF, 8-J-5827. École française d’Athènes, 25.106 (8)-(12)-(18). Legrand, Bibliographie Ionienne, t. II, 3184. Édition originale complète de ses trois fascicules. Très rare, manque à Atabey, Blackmer, Contominas, Weber et à de nombreuses bibliographies sur le sujet. Othon Riemann (1853-1891), fut membre de l'École française d’Athènes. En 1876, il partit pour les îles Ioniennes, où il entreprit les premières fouilles systématiques. Elles furent suivies des fouilles d'Heinrich Schliemann en 1878, de Panagiotis Kavvadias en 1899, de Wilhelm Dörpfeld en 1900 et de Carl Wilhelm Vollgraff en 1904. N. B. : En 1880, Reimann enseigna à la faculté des lettres de Nancy puis à l'École normale supérieure. Soucieux de promouvoir l'enseignement des langues anciennes dès le plus jeune âge, il consacra une part importante de son activité d’enseignant et d’éditeur (Revue de philologie, de littérature et d'histoire anciennes) à la rédaction de manuels scolaires et de grammaires. FIRST EDITION COMPLET. VERY SCARCE WORK. VERY NICE COPY. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Der Durchschlag des St. Gotthard-Tunnels und seine Vollendung. Eine vergleichende Studie über die bedeutenderen Tunnelbauten der Gegenwart. Mit 3 lithograph(ierten) Tafeln.

      Zch.: Orell Füssli, 1880.. 208, (2) S., mit 3 doppelt gefalteten Tafeln und zahlreichen Tabellen. Or.br., 8°. Verglichen werden der Gotthard-Tunnel mit denen von Mont-Cenis, Hoosac, Suttro, Dettenberg, Spitzberg, Sonnstein und Cochem. Auf den Tafeln werden der Baufortschritt per Jahr von Gotthard, Hoosac, Suttro und Cochem (Tafel 1), der Baufortschritt per Monat von Dettenberg, Spitzberg, Zimmeregg und Teterchen (Tafel 2) und die Fördergefässe von Ratkonya, Ender, Rheinische Eisenbahn, Gotthard und Tetterchen - vermasste Abbildungen der Gefässe, resp. Wagen - (Tafel 3). Sehr selten. Umschlag etwas verblichen und lose, mit in der Zeit erneuertem Rücken und zwei grösseren Fehlstellen auf der Rückseite, einige Seiten lose.; Technische Mittheilungen des schweizerischen Ingenieur- & Architectenvereins, 17. Heft.

      [Bookseller: ABC Antiquariat Marco Pinkus]
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        Cock Robin: Silhouette Series,

      R. Shugg nd., ca. 1880, New-York - 5½ by 6½ inches. 24 pages. Each set shows an illustration in silhouette on the right with the text facing. Cock Robin is followed by 'Robin and Richard', 'Jack Sprat' and 'See, Saw Margery Daw'. Each of the three subsequent rhymes are one page with a facing illustration. Yellow wrappers printed in red and black. The first and last pages pasted to the cover as issued. Publisher's advertisement on the pack cover. With "Silhouette Series" on the front wrapper. Wrappers soiled and spine neatly mended with tissue, else this is in very good condition, and a remarkable survival for such a fragile item. Rare. Not in Osborne, not in Cotsen; only one copy located in OCLC at Yale. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA]
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        Vom Osten mit der Rhein und im Hintergrund der Dom und Stadt.

      ca. 1880, very large original photograph, albumen print, 43,5 x 55,3 cm on mount. KEYWORDS:germany / köln

      [Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books]
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        Via Giuoco della Palla.

      ca. 1880 - 1890, albumen print, 19,4 x 27,2 cm. KEYWORDS:italy / san remo

      [Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books]
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        CARTA MANUSCRITA DE EMILIO CASTELAR (FIRMADO)

      1880 - CARTA MANUSCRITA DE EMILIO CASTELAR (FIRMADO), D. MANUEL DURAN I CORT, RARO 1880. 20X15. Ref A 1. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques]
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        Tribulations of a Chinaman

      Sampson Low, London 1880 - Blue cloth with pictorial cover and spine. Gilt and black. All edges Gilt. Good copy with a blemish on the cover. First English edition with all illustrations [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Culpepper Books]
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        The Trumpet Major. A tale

      London: Smith, Elder & Co.,, 1880. 3 volumes, octavo. Original red diagonal-fine-ribbed cloth, front covers with pictorial design in black (encampment and mill, from a drawing by the author) and lettered in black, back covers blocked in blind with 3-rule border, spines gilt and black with design of standard, sword and bugle, cream endpapers: Purdy's secondary binding. Housed in a red cloth slipcase. Bookplates of Charles J. Rosenbloom. Head and foot of spines slightly bumped, hint of superficial rubbing at foot, slight spotting, embossed W.H. Smith library stamp to front free endpaper in volume one, splitting to some hinges, still an excellent copy, the cloth clean and fresh. First edition in book form of Hardy's great novel of the Napoleonic war, written to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Trafalgar. Purdy notes that the novel was published "in an edition of 1000 copies" and remarks that the three-line border "is less common than the 2-rule binding". The story was first published in slightly bowdlerized form in Good Words, Jan–Dec 1880, with the book edition published on 26 October 1880.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        JAHRBUCH DER KÖNIGLICH PREUSSISCHEN KUNSTSAMMLUNGEN. Band 1-14 und dem Registerband zu den ersten 10 Bänden (1-10) [insgesamt in 15 Bänden].,

      Berlin : Grote, 1880-1893. - Alle Bände in identischen, schönen Halbledereinbänden mit gold. Schriftprägung auf dem Rücken. Einbände lt. berieben. Ein Einbandrücken lt. aufgehellt. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 30000 33 x 24 cm. Halbledereinbände der Zeit, mit marmoriertem Deckeln und Lederecken.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Pierot - Inh Wolfgang Bach]
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        The WORKS Of CHARLES DICKENS - The Pocket Volume Edition.

      Chapman & Hall,, London: 1880 - An economical edition offered by C&H, in this pocket format, without illustrations. Uncommon as offered here, i.e., in a complete set. PPII cocked with a small stain to the lower corner of the first 4 leaves. BH1 with cracked front hinge. Otherwise a VG+ to Nr Fine set, with the occasional VG volume, evidently depending, as one would expect, on the popularity of the title. Original publisher's flexible green cloth binding with black & gilt stamping. 16mo. 5-7/8" x 3-7/8". 1st edition thus. 30 volumes, complete. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA]
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        [Photo Album]: England and Scotland

      [Circa 1880]. Large, heavy oblong folio. Measuring 18" x 13.25". Full morocco with "England and Scotland" in gilt on the front board. An exhaustive travel album with 381 tipped-in photographs. Sizes range from one image per page to a half dozen or slightly more, with perhaps two per page the average. Subjects include Oxford, Cambridge, Balmoral, Stratford-upon-Avon, Canterbury, Bath, York, Lincoln, Stonehenge, and a couple of dozen other locations. Many are stock images, with production marks, of cathedrals, buildings, and bucolic country scenes, a few of individuals. Almost all images are captioned in ink. Edgewear at the extremities, a couple of pages have modest insect damage, but only a single image is affected. A standard, if massive, travel album with an unusually generous selection of images. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Le Moniteur Des Menuisiers. Album De La Menuiserie Moderne

      A.Levy Editeur, Paris 1880 - This is an album of 50 lithographed images in black & white of designs ca.1880 of elaborate storefronts, and doors and other pieces of furniture from stylish shops. Also kiosks, etc, each plate with metric scale that indicates relative dimensions. All designs by the architect A.Sanguineti. Quarto size, 10 1/2" high x 8 1/2" wide. There is a light brown moisture-stain to most plates, down at the lower margin, sometimes affecting the image. The back cover is a brown marbled paper, no front cover. The title-page serves as front cover, although it is hard to tell if this is intentional. The book is covered with a protective mylar jacket. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Design Books]
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        A TRAMP ABROAD.

      American Publishing Company,, Hartford, Connecticut: 1880 - First edition, first state with "Moses" caption on frontispiece. Lacking front endpaper, light damp-staining to preliminary blanks and frontis pictures, some spotting throughout, covers lightly rubbed, edges worn, otherwise good or better. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Quill & Brush, member ABAA]
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        A Tramp Abroad 1880 First Edition

      American Publishing 1880 - A first edition of Mark Twain's A Tramp Abroad from 1880. This was sold by subscription and this one had the leather binding. It has had some repair work and has a small gold name on the front board. The textblock is in very good condition. You can see the minor wear on the boards of this rare book and I have priced it accordingly and attractively. Please check out the photos. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Twain of Thought Rare Books]
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        A Tramp Abroad.

      American Publishing Company, Hartford, CT 1880 - xvi, 631pp. + advertisement. Black cloth stamped in gold on the cover and the spine, edges sprinkled brown, tissued frontispiece and three hundred and twenty-eight illustrations. Issue points as follows: portrait frontispiece BAL state B (the sequence is suggested not determined); frontispiece BAL state B; sheets BAL state B. Cloth is worn at extremities, small water stain to first few pages, front hinge a bit tender, some foxing to frontispiece. About very good. BAL 3386. ; Octavo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Lyrical Ballad Bookstore ABAA/ILAB]
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        Faust. Preface et traduction de H(enri) Blaze de Bury. Onze eaux-fortes de [Adolphe] LALAUZE.

      Paris, A. Quantin 1880.. 2°. Schmutztit., Tit., XLIX(1) S. (Preface), 1 Bl. (Nebentit.), 274 S., 1 Bl. Mit. 1 Portr. d. Verf. als Front. sowie 8 Illustr. von Lalauze in Kupferradierung auf Taf. und 65 großen figürlichen Titel- u. Schlussvignetten in Holzst. (gest. v. Meaulle nach Wogel u. Scott) bzw. 2 in Kupferrad. (Lalauze)und davon (mit Ausnahme des Front.) alle in doppelter Ausfertigung auf separatem, verso der jeweiligen Abbildung montiertem Blatt. Dekorativer HLdr.bd. d. Zt. auf 5 Bünden mit Tit. auf mont. Papierschi. sowie reicher Verz. in Goldpräg. auf Rü., Kopfgoldschnitt u. unbeschnittenem, rauem Schnitt an der Seiten- u. Unterkante, marmor. Vorsatzpapier sowie m. Beibindung des Originaleinbandes (OKart.). Einbd. berieben u. stellenw. abgewetzt; ob. Kapital gestaucht; Läsuren an beiden Kapitalen im vord. Falz aufgeplatzt; 2 Exlibris auf vord. Spiegel; ersten u. letzten Bll. stärker gebräunt; Schnitt u. einzelne Taf. stärker stockfl.; einige wenige Ss. m. leichten Wasserspuren; stellenw. fingerfleckig.. Vicaire, III, 1016. Erste Ausgabe dieses vom französischen Zeichner, Aquarellmaler u. Radierer Adolphe Lalauze (1838-1905) prachtvoll ausgestatteten Werkes. Bibliophiles Sammlerstück. Vorliegend eines (Nr. 38) von 45 auf Chinapapier abgezogenen Exemplaren, einer in insgesamt 100 nummerierten Exemplaren hergestellten Auflage. Zwei, ebenfalls mit der Technik der Kupferradierung ausgeführte Kopftitel (der auf S. I der Einleitung sowie ein weiterer auf S. 21) tragen die Signatur des Künstlers und wurden vielleicht in der auf dem Titel genannten Zählung, von 11 Radierungen berücksichtigt, den auch im Verzeichnis finden sich nur die 9 Tafelabbildungen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker]
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        LES MEILLEURS BLES. Description et culture des principales variétés.

      1880 - Paris, Vilmorin-Andrieux, sans date [1880]. Grand in-quarto (252 X 322 mm) demi-chagrin vert lierre, plats de toile chagrinée même couleur, dos cinq nerfs plats, caissons à froid avec fleuron doré dans les compartiments, titre doré, filets dorés, plats ornés de plusieurs encadrements de filets à froid, titre et nom de l'éditeur dorés sur le premier plat (CH. MAGNIER REL) ; VII-175 et 66 planches hors-texte. Quelques pointes de rousseurs, principalement aux premiers et derniers feuillets. UNIQUE EDITION de cet OUVRAGE RARE et recherché, orné de 66 PLANCHES hors-texte de lithographies en couleurs par Eugène GRAFF. "C'est une monographie fort complète sur les variétés de blés : à grain nu, à grain vêtu, tendres sans barbes, d'automne, de printemps, poulards, dures, épeautres, amidonniers, etc. L'oeuvre agronomique et scientifique des Vilmorin a été poursuivie par Henry, Philippe et Jacques. On leur doit les premières variétés de blés créées par hybridation et aussi les premières variétés de céréales qui aient été des lignes pures." (OBERLE, Bibliothèque bacchique, 831). SUPERBE EXEMPLAIRE dans son élégante reliure éditeur à l'état de NEUF. FINE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.

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        Mangiatori di maccheroni.

      ca. 1880, albumen print, 25 x 18,8 cm. KEYWORDS:napoli / italy

      [Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books]
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