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        HISTORIA NATURAL ILLUSTRADA.

      - Compilação feita sobre os mais auctorizados trabalhos zoologicos. Por? Livraria Universal de Magalhães e Moniz ? Editores. Porto. 1880. Obra em 6 volumes. De 27x19 cm. Com 557, 590, 498, 588, 573 e 622 pags. Encadernações do editor em percalina com finos ferros a seco e ouro com motivos decorativos. Ilustrado com centenas de cromolitografias, intercaladas em extra-texto, primorosamente desenhadas por Traviès e impressas em Paris por Lamoureaux, com a excelência da qualidade gráfica da época. Location/localizacao: 7-A3-D-26

      [Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva]
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        La Creación. Historia Natural. Completa

      Montaner y Simón, Editores, Barcelona 1880 - Montaner y Simón Editores. Barcelona, 1880. Piel con dorados. 8 volúmenes en folio. Traducida y arreglada de la última edición alemana de la obra del célebre Dr. A. E. Brehm. Zoología o Reino animal, Antropología, Botánica, Mineralogía, Geología y Paleontología. Gran cantidad de hermosas láminas a color e ilustraciones en blanco y negro. 9 tomos en 8 volúmenes; tomos VI y VII en un solo volumen. Tomo I: 537 pág. (22 lám. + 313 fig.); Tomo II: 695 pág. (15 lám. + 329 fig.); Tomo III: 590 pág. (8 lám. + 259 fig.); Tomo IV: 576 pág. (4 lám. + 249 fig.); Tomo V: 574 pág. (13 lám. + 241 fig.); Tomo VI: 392 pág. (8 lám. + 235 fig.); Tomo VII: 308 pág. (4 lám. + 431 fig.); Tomo VIII: 756 pág. (10 lám. + 857 fig.); Tomo IX: 588 pág. (4 lám. + 148 fig. + 2 mapas dobles). Estado general: excelente. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bibliographia Camoniana, servindo de catalogo official da Exposicão Camoniana do centenario. MDLXXX-MDCCCLXXX

      Porto: Palacio de crystal, Typ. Occidental, [1880]. First edition. Full speckled calf, raised bands decorated in gilt, brown morocco spine label, marbled endpapers, original wrappers bound in. Light soiling else near fine with a small sticker on rear endpaper. Sm. 4to. The work of Tito de Noronha and Joaquim de Vasconcellos. Innocencio: XIV, 897-18 (p.423). Foulche-Barrau 908.

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        Frauds Exposed; or, How the People are Deceived and Robbed, and the Youth Corrupted

      J. Howard Brown New York: J. Howard Brown, 1880. First. hardcover. very good(+). Being a Full Exposure of Various Schemes operated through the Mails, and unearthed by the Author in Seven Years' Service as a Special Agent of the Post Office Department and Secretary and Chief Agent of the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice. Frontispiece portrait and other b/w illustrations throughout. 576pp. Thick 8vo, attractively bound in contemporary 3/4 black morocco with gilt-stamped spine with red labels; marbled endpapers, t.e.g. New York: J. Howard Brown, (1880). First edition. Leather lightly edge-worn and gilt at top edge spotty, still a very good(+) copy of this remarkably scarce book; pages quite clean. Comstock was the self-labeled "weeder in God's garden" who created the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice, an institution dedicated to supervising the morality of the public. He helped pass the Comstock Law, which made illegal the delivery or transportation of both "obscene, lewd, or lascivious" material as well as any methods of, or information pertaining to, birth control. George Bernard Shaw used the term "comstockery", meaning "censorship because of perceived obscenity or immorality", after Comstock alerted the New York police to the content of Shaw's play Mrs. Warren's Profession. Shaw remarked that "Comstockery is the world's standing joke at the expense of the United States. Europe likes to hear of such things. It confirms the deep-seated conviction of the Old World that America is a provincial place, a second-rate country-town civilization after all." He aroused intense loathing from early civil liberties groups and intense support from church-based groups worried about public morals. He was a savvy political insider in New York City and was made a special agent of the United States Postal Service, with police powers up to and including the right to carry a weapon. With this power he zealously prosecuted those he suspected of either public distribution of pornography or commercial fraud. He proudly claimed to have driven fifteen persons to suicide in his "fight for the young." He had numerous enemies, and in later years his health was affected by a severe blow to the head from an anonymous attacker. Before his death, Comstock attracted the interest of a young law student, J. Edgar Hoover, interested in his causes and methods. -- Wikipedia

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        ENEMIES OF BOOKS

      London: Trubner & Co., 1880. First Edition. Full Leather. Fine/No Jacket. The book interior is pristine except for some darkening and some fox spots on the title page, which was, we believe, the original paper wrap. Binding is tight and exterior has only light wear at the tops and bottoms of spine hinges. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9 Beautiful custom leather binding by Lorenz Schwartz for the Zahn Bindery of Memphis on this book collector's classic. Loren Schwartz is best known for later bindings for the Roycrofter's group. Bound in full blue leather with doublure and silk endpapers

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        Milton’s Paradise Lost. Illustrated by. Edited with notes and a Life of Milton by Robert Vaughan.

      London: Cassell & Company s 1880 - 4to, lxii, 329, (1) pp. 50 plates. Binding designed by E. McKnight Kauffer with his initials to a label to the foot of the paste down and to the fly leaf, the former being pasted over his initials scratched into the lower dentelle. Later blue-green morocco, a.e.g., spine faded to brown, upper cover with a stylised angel onlaid in brown calf, its trumpet, hair, sword and wings being picked out in gilt and blind, the title below in gilt. Some light rubbing, damp stain to the inner edge of the upper cover, some subtle restoration to the lower cover. A unique copy of Doré’s wonderful illustrations to "Paradise Lost". Kauffer designed a number of dust jackets but no other work in leather has been traced. The one cloth binding found, on "Brazil Builds" by Philip L. Goodwin (1943), has similar use of horizontal gilt lines to striking effect.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB)]
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        TWO, VERY FINE, CHINESE PITH PAPER PAINTINGS- ONE OF A FINE LADY BEING PRESENTED WITH BOWL OF FLOWERS AND ONE OF THE CANTON GOVERNMENT POLICE BOAT.

      NO DATE nineteenth century circa 1880 - The original red satin album - oblong quarto 37x25 cms- containing just 2 paintings but the paintings in good condition with superb bright colour with the usual blue silk borders. These painting are notoriously delicate. See photos.

      [Bookseller: Charles Russell, ABA, ILAB, est 1978]
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        Enquete Sur Les Moyens de Prevenir Les Accidents de Chemins de Fer

      Paris - Ves Renous,Maulde et Cock, 1880 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A unique collection of documents relating to the history of railway safety in France. With many diagrams and some fold-out plates. Containing a questionnaire produced by the Ministere des Traveaux Publics and sent to each of the five major railway operating companies. Each of their responses is present in full. The questionnaire was produced as an attempt to improve safetyin response to a railway accident in 1879. Steps were then taken to standardise safety and signalling procedures across the different networks. A summary reportof the findings presented to the Ministere des Traveaux Publics is also included. Most of the reports bear the signature of Francois Prosper Jacqmin (1820-1889), an influential engineer and commander of the Legion D'Honneur. Condition: In a half morocco binding with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, slightly worn with bumping to corners and slight cracking to front joint. Internally, firmly bound with two pamphlets loosely inserted. Slight curling to some pages. Generally bright with light foxing tomany pages, heavy in places. Overall: GOOD.

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        A View of Windsor Castle

      [c.1880]. Original watercolour. Size: 360 x 520 mm Excellent condition. Charming country scene showing the river Thames with Windsor Castle in the background.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        A PAIR OF BLUE EYES (Inscribed By the Author)

      London: Kegan Paul & Co., 1880. Hardy, Thomas. A PAIR OF BLUE EYES. London: C. Kegan Paul & Co, 1880. Third Edition, a FINE bright copy with only the smallest amount of wear to the extremities, INSCRIBED by the author on the verso of the front free endpaper: "Yours Faithfully, Thomas Hardy." In the publisher’s original decorated blue cloth, blocked in gold and black. A PAIR OF BLUE EYES was first published in London in 1873 as a three-volume edition, the first book to bear Hardy’s name. A particularly desirable copy as we are not aware of any recorded presentation first edition of A Pair Of Blue Eyes. Housed in a new custom slipcase. . Signed by Author. Decorative Cloth. Fine.

      [Bookseller: Lakin & Marley Rare Books ]
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        La reliure française depuis l'invention de l'imprimerie jusqu'à la fin du XVIII° siècle

      - Morgand et Fatout, Paris. 1880. In-4In-4 Cavalier. Relié cuir dos-coins. Très bon état. Couv. fraîche. Dos impeccable. Intérieur frais. frontispice, 144 pp., 22 planches en héliogravure, reliure de l'époque en demi-maroquin rouge cerise à coins, dos à 5 nerfs joliment orné de filets et roulettes dorées, date en queue, double filets dorés sur les plats, tête dorée, très bel exemplaire ! Brivois 272, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: M.J.B. S.A.S., Librairie TOP DUCK]
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        THE FIFTH CAVALRY IN THE SIOUX WAR OF 1876. CAMPAIGNING WITH CROOK

      Milwaukee, Wi.: Printed by the Sentinel Company, 1880.. [8],133,[1]pp. Original printed wrappers. Spine chipped at top (half inch) and bottom (2 inches). Wrappers soiled, moderately dampstained and with small chips around the edges. Contemporary inscription on the front wrapper: "compliments of the author." Light age-toning internally. A very good copy. In a half morocco box. This is the rare first edition, of which King states in the preface of the 1890 reprint: "Only enough copies were printed to reach the few comrades who rode the grim circuit of the 'Bad Lands' in that eventful year, and the edition was long ago exhausted." King was first lieutenant of the Fifth Cavalry, and served through the Big Horn and Yellowstone Expedition of 1876. His journal of the expedition is one of the most interesting narratives of Indian warfare in the Wyoming and Dakota country ever published. The company left Laramie on June 22 for the purpose of cutting off the Indians on the South Cheyenne line. On July 7 a courier reached them with news of the annihilation of Gen. Custer and his favorite companies of the Seventh Cavalry. The Fifth, with nothing but the clothes they wore and without supply wagons, started in pursuit of the Indians, trailing and fighting them through nearly a thousand miles of country in a period of ten weeks, halting only at the head of the Heart River, when the last ration was gone. HOWES K147, "b." GRAFF 2327. JONES 1607. STREETER SALE 1826. JENNEWEIN 63.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        VOYAGE EN AFRIQUE: cyclorama en 22 tableaux

      1880. 1. MOVEABLE. (TOY THEATRE) VOYAGE EN AFRIQUE: cyclorama en 22 tableaux [JOURNEY IN AFRICA IN 22 SCENES]. This is a great form of a child's theatre called a cyclorama that became popular in the 19th century. This example is circa 1880 with no publication information given. The theatre is housed in a box with a large and fantastic chromolithographed scene covering the lid. The box measures 15 1/2" wide x 12 3/4" high and 4" deep. Inside the box is the theatre just slightly smaller than the box. There are 2 doors that open in the center. Both sides of the doors are chromolithographed and one section describes the 22 scenes that the theatre will reveal. The theatre is complete with a separate folding proscenium 11 inches high that attaches to slots on the top of the doors and there are 2 stand - alone side pieces of African natives for decoration. Once opened there is a stage with a large window protected with a clear covering. On the top edge of the theatre are slots into which one inserts the crank, that by turning, enables the child to view each of the 22 scenes. The scenes are on one very fine chromolithograph wound on a spool. By turning the crank the viewer is treated to a show detailing the trials and tribulations involved in such a grand trip. This is a wonderful child's theatre in amazingly nice condition. It is complete with both of the wings and crank which often go missing when copies turn up.

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        A Quaint Treatise on "Flees, and the Art a Artyfichall Flee Making," By An Old Man, Well Known on the Derbyshire Streams as a First-Class Fly-Fisher a Century Ago. ... Patterns of Flies and Samples of the Materials for Making Each Fly

      London: W. Satchell, Peyton, & Co., 1880. Original green cloth with pictorial cover stamped in gilt surrounded by an elaborate border in black, gilt spine decoration and lettering, all edges gilt. Spine bears the imprint: London, John B. Day, 1876, and the copyright page shows: London: Printed by John B. Day, "Savoy Steam Press," Savoy Street, Strand. However, the title-page bearing the imprint of W. Satchell, Peyton & Co., is dated 1880 and "First Issue to Non-Subscribers" runs above the red-framed title. Contains 2 mounted chromolithographs facsimiles from water drawings by James Poole, and 22 exquisite models of flies and their material mounted in oval cutouts in very thick board 1/8 inch thick. All pages framed with double red-rules. Noted as one of the rarest Aldam editions, even though it is supposed to be the first issue to non-subscribers. Gift inscription from R.B. Marston to C. Schelling "in memory of delightful trout fishing ..." on front blank dated 1919 with statement: "I knew Mr. W.H. Aldam - he told me that all copies of this book which do not contain the full page coloured plates are spurious & piratical with incorrrect fly materials. RBM" [R.B. Marston was an author and the editor of The Fishing Gazette.]. The occasional spotting, otherwise a very good, copy of an interesting book.. First Issue to Non-Subscribers. Cloth. Very Good. Quarto.

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        A Study of Shakespeare

      London: Chatto & Windus, 1880. Hard Cover. Near Fine. Hard Cover. First Edition. PRESENTATION COPY. Inscribed: "Alice Swinburne from her affectionate Brother A,C, Swinburne." Swinburne (1837-1909) was an important Victorian poet, playwright, novelist, and critic. He gained early fame for his poetry, but was also regarded as a discerning literary critic of English and French writers. He was nominated several times for the Nobel Prize in Literature. Swinburne wrote a beautiful poem in 1887 in honor of his sister titled "Dedication To Alice Swinburne." Among the closing lines are these: "So, in some void and thought-untrammelled hour,/Let these find grace, my sister, in your sight,/Whose glance but cast on Casual things hath power/To do the sun's work, bidding all be bright/With comfort given of love: for love is light." Bound in original green cloth with gilt title and author to spine and gilt ruling to front cover. Slightly bumped corners with light fraying, but in near fine condition. Interior is pristine. Wise 68. Octavo. 309 pages plus 32 page publisher's catalog. LIT/061813.

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        ALMOST A LIFE, OR SAVED BY THE INDIANS, A TRUTHFUL STORY OF LIFE AMONG OUR WESTERN INDIANS [wrapper title]

      [New York. ca. 1880].. 32pp. (including advertisements) illustrated in text with woodcuts. Original color pictorial wrappers. Wrappers lightly worn. Small closed tear in foredge of first two leaves. Near fine. In a half morocco box. A clever snake oil promotional work which utilizes the story of how Frank Cushing's life was saved by the administering of the Great Indian Sagwa while he lived among the Zunis in New Mexico. Cushing, among the most famous American ethnologists, lived among the Zunis for a number of years and did indeed suffer from poor health. In the interesting interview contained herein, Cushing relates details of his experiences among the Zunis, how he regained his health while living with them, how he was made a Priest of War, etc. Includes other examples of the curative powers of Indian remedies. OCLC locates only three copies, at Wichita State University, the Huntington Library, and the Bancroft Library at the University of California. There is also a copy at Yale. A remarkable and rare work involving the famous ethnologist. HOWES C971. OCLC 18119329, 80748339.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        The Races of Afghanistan, Being A Brief Account of the Principal Nations Inhabiting that Country

      Calcutta.: Thacker, Spink.. 1880.. 124pp, index, ex Parliamentary library, gilt library stamp upper cover and tail of spine but no other library markings, half morocco binding, marbled endpapers and edges. Spine worn particularly on raised bands and joints, marbled edges and endpapers, title page and first and last blanks foxed. A sound not unattractive copy. "The author was a medical officer of the East India Company and was employed almost exclusively on the North West Frontier of India, in Kashmir and Afghanistan. In 1857 he was a member of Lumsden's mission to Kandahar, a member of F. Pollock's mission to Sistan in South East Persia in 1871-2, and finally a member of Douglas Forsyth's mission to Yarkand in 1873. He collected the material contained in this book during these journeys and during his stay in Kabul as chief political officer on the staff of R. Roberts. .. This volume is the preliminary study he made in preparation for his later work 'An Inquiry into the Ethnography of Afghanistan". Yakushi B121. .

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        Original photograph of a nineteenth century French Cabinet of Natural History

      France?,: circa, 1880.. Albumen print photograph, 17.5 x 23 cm., early manuscript note to the reverse, 'Cabinet de physique (cÙte gauche droit au fond)'; in excellent condition, a very small repair to the back in the upper corner causing insignificant discolouration. A very rare original albumen print photograph of a French cabinet of scientific and natural curiosities taken around 1880, with early manuscript note to the reverse, 'Cabinet de physique (cÙte droit au fond)'. Pride of place in one of the cabinets is given to a well-prepared specimen of a wallaby or small kangaroo and, even more remarkably, a platypus is also displayed on one of the high shelves near the corner.This is an exceptionally interesting image, and provides an uncommon opportunity to understand the selection and display of natural history specimens in a nineteenth-century setting. The variety of animals on display is particularly notable, with animals ranging from several big cats to a beaver. Numerous birds are displayed, and although many of the smaller birds are perhaps too indistinct to be firmly identified, there is certainly at least one penguin and several other well-known species can clearly be distinguished. The way in which the specimens are displayed, and particularly the fact that all of the glass doors are open and several pieces of laboratory equipment are casually arranged, strongly suggests that this is more than a simple snapshot.Unfortunately the author of the note on the back of the photograph has not specified the museum, which remains a tantalising mystery. It can be confidently asserted that it is the right wall of the room: the author originally wrote "gauche", but realising the error, has struck it out and added "droit". It may never be possible to discover the location of the collection, which is likely that of a natural history museum, perhaps attached to a university or teaching facility; having said that, it may even be the rooms of a dealer.

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        THE GRANDISSIMES. A STORY OF CREOLE LIFE

      New York: Scribner, 1880. First Edition. Decorated cloth. Minor fraying to spine tips. Very Good copy with fine inscription. BAL 2331. Cable's second book and many think his most important. Arlin Turner in GEORGE W. CABLE, THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A SOUTHERN HERETIC calls this book the "first 'modern' Southern novel" and "the first important work of fiction written by a Southerner" that attempts "to deal honestly with the complexity of Southern racial experience." Certainly not light praise. This copy is INSCRIBED by Cable: "They all [sic] this book my best. No one/says which is my worst." SIGNED and dated by the author in Northampton, Mass. 1918.

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        A Tramp Abroad

      Hartford, CT: American Publishing Company, 1880. First edition. Hard cover in original cloth. Published Hartford: American Publishing Company, 1880, first edition, mixed states: text block bulking at 1 15/16", second state frontis captioned "Titian's Moses". 8vo., 631pp., three hundred and twenty-eight illustrations + 1pp. publisher's ad. Brown cloth with blind embossed covers with gilt designs and titles, buff colored endpapers, speckled edges. Mild wear at the tips and spine extremities, moisture indication to rear pastedown with some wrinkling, light water stain to margin of last two free endpapers, fade spotting to rear cloth, slight fade to edge of spine, else very good. Pages and plates clean and crisp, no foxing, text block tight. BAL 3386. 1st. Hard. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo.

      [Bookseller: The Wild Muse]
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        [NURSERY SPECIMEN BOOK]

      Rochester, N.Y. [ca. 1880].. 164 leaves consisting of 157 chromolithograph plates and seven photomechanical plates (one handcolored, one with text on verso). Oblong 12mo. Later 20th-century calf, boards and spine gilt, "The Chase Nurseries" gilt on front cover. Some plates abraded with slight loss due to earlier adhesion of leaves, some plates lightly worn at edges. A few plates cracking near inner gutter, one plate torn (bottom half lacking). A good copy. A specimen book of fruits and flowers compiled for the Chase Brothers Nursery Company of Rochester, consisting primarily of chromolithograph plates printed by two firms in that city, the Rochester Lithography Company and the Stecher Lithography Company. The volume also includes seven photomechanical plates showing the nursery's buildings, orchards, and specific products. There is no titlepage, but the first two leaves are both photomechanical reproductions with the caption "The Chase Nurseries The R.G. Chase Company." Other photomechanical plates also include the firm's name. A good copy of a turn-of-the century nursery specimen book, displaying examples of both chromolithographic and photographic reproduction techniques.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Le Petit Livre D'Images Parlantes - A Musical Book

      UK: Unknown. A very nice book from 1880, having only five leaves and the rest of the book being made up of the mechanical sound-producing mechanism. There are five pull strings each representing (with some imagination) an animal sound. The book has some wear from it's 130 years on the shelves, with foxing to the leaves and wear to the sound mechanism. Most importantly is the fact that all five sounds are still working very well. A very nice copy. . Very Good. Hardback. 1st Edition. 1880.

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        PICTURESQUE PALESTINE

      Published by J.S. Virtue & Company Limited, 1880 (Circa.). Hardback. Very Good. Very good condition with no wrapper. Large format. Blue decorative cloth with gilt titles. All edges gilt. B/w illustrations. Three volumes. Corners worn. Spines bumped. Ink stain to edge of first three pages of Vol I. Covers a little marked. Internally very nice. [S]

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        Recherches sur les dialectes Tasmaniens

      Alencon: E. De Boise. 1880. (Actes de la Societe Philologique, T.XI. 1er fascicule. 8vo. 56pp (unopened), a conjugate leaf of 4pp with a title-page for Tome XI (1882) loosely inserted. Sewn in printed wrappers (a few light spots, spine chipped); now in mylar wrappers. Untrimmed edges a trifle spotted, otherwise a good clean copy. ***Ferguson 9050. Introductory notes by one of the foremost linguists of the late 19th century on the various Tasmanian dialects and with Tasmanian-French and French-Tasmanian vocabularies. .

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        Vita dei campi. Nuove novelle di G. Verga

      Treves 1880 In 16, pp. (4) + 208 + 84 (catalogo editoriale). Br. ed. mancanza alla parte inf. del dorso (1 cm) e piccoli difetti. Etichetta libraria al p. ant. della br. Edizione originale, estremamente rara completa della br. ed. Contiene: Fantasticheria; Jeli; Rosso Malpelo; Cavalleria Rusticana; La lupa; L'Amante di Gramigna; Guerra di santi; Pentolaccia. Raccolta particolarmente importante poichè contiene alcuni dei più importanti e noti racconti verghiani. Nella premessa a 'L'amante di Gramigna', indirizzata a Farina, vengono enunciati i principi della nuova poetica di Verga, mentre Fantasticheria rappresenta la genesi dei Malavoglia. Raya, p. 35. ITA

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        Os Lusiadas - Edição Critica Comemorativa

      Tipografia Giesecke e Devrient 1880 - III Centenario da Morte do Grande Poeta, publicada no Porto por Emilio Biel-Leipzig. Encadernação Editorial em Percalina com Lombada em Pele ricamente decorada e impressa em papel superior ornada com belissimas gravuras que abrem cada um dos cantos a Cores. Bom exemplar com 34 Gravuras extra texto, LVI,376,XCIIpp. Uma das mais interessantes edições desta obra. Lang: Portugues

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        Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book For Children

      1880. first edition. First EditionIn the Incredibly Scarce Dust jacketGREENAWAY, Kate. Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book For Children. 382 Illustrations by Kate Greenaway, Printed by Edmund Evans, Verses by Mrs. Sale Barker. London & New York: Goerge Routledge and Sons, n.d. [1880]. First edition. 32mo (3 3/8 x 3 3/8 in; 87 x 87 mm). Twelve color plates, 370 small black and white interleaved text illustrations. Original beige pictorial cloth. Beveled edges. In the publisher's scarce, unprinted blue dust jacket. Dust jacket chipped, and in two pieces. A bit of soiling to cloth, otherwise an internally clean (with no pencilings) copy.

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        Egypt : descriptive, historical and picturesque / by G. Ebers ; translated from the original German by Clara Bell ; with an introduction and notes by S. Birch [complete in 2 volumes]

      London, Paris & New York : Cassell [ca. 1880], 1880. 1st Edition. Physical description: 2 v : ill. , front. , plates, col. Fold. Map ; 34cm. Subjects: Egypt - Description and travel. Egypt - Antiquities. Egypt - History. Travel literature -- 19th century. Translation of: Aegypten in Bild und Wort. Physical description: 2 v : ill. , front. , plates, col. Fold. Map ; 34cm. Subjects: Egypt - Description and travel. Egypt - Antiquities. Egypt - History. Travel literature -- 19th century. Translation of: Aegypten in Bild und Wort.

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        The letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford / edited by Peter Cunningham [complete in 9 volumes]

      London : Bickers & Son, 1880. 1st Edition in this form. Physical description: 9 v. : illus., ports. ; 23 cm. "Now first chronologically arranged." -- T.p. Vol. I includes: "Short notes of my life", "Memoir respecting his income", "Reminiscences; written in 1788 for the amusement of Miss Mary and Miss Agnes Berry." Subjects: Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797 -- Letters -- Correspondence. Series: Bohn's English Gentleman's Library. Physical description: 9 v. : illus., ports. ; 23 cm. "Now first chronologically arranged." -- T.p. Vol. I includes: "Short notes of my life", "Memoir respecting his income", "Reminiscences; written in 1788 for the amusement of Miss Mary and Miss Agnes Berry." Subjects: Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797 -- Letters -- Correspondence. Series: Bohn's English Gentleman's Library.

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        DAIRY FARMING: Being the Theory, Practice, and Methods of Dairying

      Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., no date, circa 1880.. Very Good. First Edition. Half-Leather. No date stated, circa 1880, 1st. Edition. , xxii, 570pgs, 25 colour chromolithographic plates, approx 220 drawings on wood, bound in 1/2 black morocco, blue cloth sides, marbled edges & endpapers, spine with raised bands, gilt rules, title labels, gilt devices & date at foot of spine , large quarto (280 x 220mm). Old newspaper clippings pasted to back of 1/2 title page. A Very nice copy of a scarce book. ; 280 x 220mm .

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        Dairy Farming: Being the Theory, Practice, and Methods of Dairying

      London.: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co.. No date. Ca. 1880.. TWO VOLUME SET, 23 CHROMOLITHOGRAPHIC PLATES, 2 full page black and white plans, 2 full page black and white illustrations, numerous black and white in-text illustrations, black and white head and tail-piece illustrations, full page color map, double page color map, all edges marbled, 570 pages, index, 11 x 8 3/4 each, cloth-covered boards (hardbound). Cloth very mottled, moderate wear to extremities with boards a bit exposed at most corners, split in cloth down most of rear joint of volume 1, short tears and small losses to ends of spine, 2 inch tear at bottom edge of contents page, one plate has an approx. 1 inch stain extending a bit into image, otherwise plates in near fine to fine condition. Interiors very good in fair covers. Chromolithographic plates include 13 chromolithographs of cow breeds, "Alpine Dairy Station in Summer", one chromolithograph of chickens, one of pigs and 4 botanicals. Includes double page color map: "Dairy Farming in America. Copied from the 9th U.S. Census". Chapters include: "Dairy Homesteads and Buildings", "Breeding and Selection of Dairy Cattle", "Breeds of Cattle", "The Origin of Soils", "Forage Plants and Weeds", "The Milk Trade", "Dairy Farming in Ireland", "American Dairy Implements and Machinery", "Dairy Work in American Factories", "Canadian Dairying", "Continental Dairying", several chapters on cheese making, and a chapter on pigs, goats, and poultry. .

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        History of Los Angeles County California with Illustrations Descriptive of Its Scenery, Residences, Fine Blocks and Manufactories

      Thompson & West, Oakland, 1880. Light stain to upper right corner of pages 1-40 and to lower right corner of pages 19-end, diagonal creases and some marginal fraying to flyleaf, title page and first contents leaf, front free endpaper lacking. 11 x 14 3/8 inches, 192 pages, black cloth stamped in gold on upper cover and in blind on lower cover, expertly rebound in black leather at spine with gold lettering, Color map plus 87 lithograph plates. This is really a source book for Los Angeles District History" (Layne). Cowan page 397, Layne Books of the Los Angeles District 53.

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        Encyclopédie du Meuble du XVE Siècle Jusqu'a nos Jours. Recueil de Planches. Contenant des Meubles de style de toutes les époques et des tous les pays, depuis le XVe Siècle jusqu'à nos jours, classées par ordre alphabetique

      Paris, Liberairie Génerale de Archtecture et des Arts Décoratifs, Schmid o. J. [ca. 1880].. 4 Bde. 2°. Tit., 20 S., 2000 Abb. auf 588 Taf. in Lichtdruck (4 Taf. fehlen). HLdr. d. Zt. m. Goldpräg. Ecken u. Kanten berieb. 2 Buchbl. gebrochen.

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        The letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford / edited by Peter Cunningham [complete in 9 volumes]

      London : Bickers & Son 1880 - Physical description: 9 v. : illus., ports. ; 23 cm. "Now first chronologically arranged." -- T.p. Vol. I includes: "Short notes of my life", "Memoir respecting his income", "Reminiscences; written in 1788 for the amusement of Miss Mary and Miss Agnes Berry." Subjects: Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797 -- Letters -- Correspondence. Series: Bohn's English Gentleman's Library. Finely bound copies in the original tree-lined calf boards, rebacked with a modern matching leather spine. Contrasting gilt-blocked leather labels to spine, from the original binding. Raised bands with gilt-decorated spine compartments. Gilt dentils to boards. Marbled endpapers. Previous owner's bookplate to the front pastedown of each volume. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. 5 Kg. 1 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE TRUMPET MAJOR. Bindings by Root & Son

      London:: Smith Elder & Co.,, 1880. First Edition. Very Good. THREE VOLUMES. Complete Set. Three Very Good First Edition First Printings bound by Root and Son in brown half leather with marbled boards, raised bands spines, gilt lettering spines, gilt floral decorations spine, top edges gilt, marbled endpapers. All half titles present. Covers edge wear, spines sunned. Joints archivally strengthened. Purdy pp. 31-35. 8vos. 295; 276; 259 pp.

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        Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1880. 17th edition

      London: John Wisden & Co. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket as issued. 1880. First Edition. Brown hardback cloth cover. Modern rebind. 216pp :: 160mm x 100mm (6" x 4") :: Original covers not bound in .

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        The Handy Volume Shakspeare. Complete in 13 Volumes, with Glossary

      London: Bradbury, Agnew & Co, n.d. [c.1880]. 13 vols., 12mo. . Red blind-stamped morocco, flexible boards, a.e.g. Near mint, in expertly repaired red morocco-covered box with brass latch

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        [The Afternoon Recital]

      circa 1880. Watercolour, signed `R. Pasuttos' lower left corner. 16 1/2 x 23 5/8 inches. A fine genre work on a highly decorative theme, from the 1880s Two fashionable ladies, dressed in the styles of the late 18th- century, are seated in an equally fashionable drawing room of the period. One sings and plays a small keyed instrument (? a spinet), whilst her visitor sits, fan in hand on a settee, with a slightly melancholy expression. In the foreground a small spaniel looks out at the viewer quizzically.

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        ITALIA (AN ALBUM OF 124 ORIGINAL 19TH CENTURY ALBUMEN PRINT PHOTOGRAPHS OF ITALY INCLUDING QUEEN MARGHERITA AND KING UMBERTO I)

      Very Good. c. 1880. Hardcover. The work features original 19th century mounted albumen photographs of Italy, including original photographs of Queen Margherita and King Umberto I (5.5" x 3.75" each) . 4 small albumens 4"x 6". 118 large albumens 10" x 8". Albumens of art and sculpturs, but more than half of them are of interiors, exteriors, landscapes, city scapes, some with people, steam and masted ships, horse and buggies, including the colosseum and other very important structures. Cream cover with red and gilt stamped decor is lightly soiled with light wear to extremities. Boards and spine are straight. Binding is tight. Decorative satin end sheets and paste downs. Albumens are mounted to the heavy stock pages, back-to-back. Red page edges. 14" x 10.5" x 2.5". .

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        Works of Washington Irving

      New York. G.P. Putnam's Sons. n.d. (circa 1880). Bound in 1/2 gilt ruled brown morocco and cloth covered boards. Ornate gilt tooled cornstalks to spine. Gilt titles. t.e.g. 8vo (5.5" x 8"). The Author's Revised Edition of the Standard Library Edition. Illustrated throughout with full page plates after engravings and photographs. Set includes The Life of Washington (5 vols) and Life and Voyages of Columbus (2 vols). Spines evenly sunned to a handsome uniform shade. The very slightest of occasional rubbing to head and tail pieces. Two headpieces very slightly chipped. A Fine, gloriously bound set.

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        Lecons sur les fonctions doublement periodiques faites en 1847

      Reimer Berlin: Reimer, 1880. 1sep. Liouville, Joseph. Lecons sur les fonctions doublement periodiques faites en 1847 OFFPRINT from J.reine and angewandte Math. 88, no.4. 4to. 277-310pp. 290 x 215mm. Half morocco, original printed wrappers bound in. Foxing on first and last leaves. corners rubbed. very good copy, with bookplate of American mathematician Duncan C. Harkin (b.1899). Berlin: Reimer, 1880.FIRST SEPARATE EDITION, posthumously published, of Liouville's theorem, which he made known in private lectures to the German mathematicians Borchardt and Joachimsthal in 1847, but never published during his lifetime.

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        Musa Paradisiaca. L. [Malay Pisang maas]

      Brussels.. 1880.. Chromolithograph, 21 3/4 x 15 5/8 inches, with accompanying text sheet. Overall light toning to paper, one or two small foxing spots, small pieces of archival hinging tape to upper corners (well outside image area); very good, bright condition. A stunning image of a banana plant or plantain from Hoola van Nooten's large folio collection of images of flowers from the Dutch East Indies: Fleurs, fruits et feuillages choisis de l'ile de Java. .

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        THE TRIBULATIONS OF A CHINAMAN

      1880. Translated by Ellen E. Frewer. Illustrated by L. Benett. New York: E. P. Dutton and Company, 1881. One page undated ads (priced in sterling). Original bright red cloth decorated in black and gilt. First Illustrated American Edition (also the first to be issued in a decorative cloth binding) of one of Verne's odder tales... Wealthy Chinaman hears that his fortune is lost. Opts for honorable suicide by arranging for a friend to kill him. Learns that his fortune isn't lost after all. Tells friend thanks but there is no need to kill him. Friend replies that he has already arranged for some thug to do the deed and now can't contact him...~This Verne title is also unusual in that all three early publishers of this tale, on both sides of the Atlantic, ultimately published it in the exact same cloth binding (showing several characters "afloat on their backs, propelled by the wind caught in minisails attached to toe-masts, controlled by waistband halyards" [T&M]).~The first edition in English was published in September 1879 by Lee & Shepard of Boston, translated by Virginia Champlin and unillustrated, both in wrappers and in plain cloth. By November, George Munro then published it in wrappers in his Seaside Library. About a year later (October 1880 but dated 1881), Dutton of New York published the tale as here, from the British plates (a different translation, by Ellen Frewer) -- with fifty full-page illustrations from the original French edition, and in the binding designed by Sampson Low. In November Sampson Low published it in England (perhaps waiting to make it a holiday offering). Finally, a year after this (September or October 1881) Lee & Shepard re-published the Champlin translation but with the fifty illustrations that had appeared in the Dutton and Sampson Low editions, and in the same binding they had used.~This copy is in bright red cloth, one of several colors used without priority, and is in near-fine condition (just a hint of wear at the spine ends, but unusually bright; the front endpaper bears a Christmas 1880 gift inscription, verifying the book's actual year of publication). Taves & Michaluk V020.

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        Leporello of Twelve Views of Flowers and Birds

      Tokyo, 1880. First Edition presumed. Very Good. An exquisite Kachoga featuring a dozen color woodblocks of birds and flowers. The leporello measures, closed, 11 by 8.5 cm, 4.5 by 3.5 inches, and each of the twelve images is two panels and so double width. Each of the woodblocks is signed by Kagaku, or a name similar to that. It dates to Meiji 13. The images are Tree Peony (Mudan) and Silver Pheasant, Cherry Blossom and Swallow, Camellia and Pigeon, Plum Blossom and Japanese Bush Warbler, Cotton Rosemallow (Furong) and Sparrow, Chrysanthemums, Monkshoods and White Cuckoo, Lotus and Heron, Japanese Iris and Cuckoo, Japanese Camelli, Paperwhite and Kingfisher, Long-tailed Bushtit and Rose, Wild chrysanthemum, Bush Clover and Wild Goose, and Common Peony, Lily and Copper Pheasant. There are captions in Japanese, but the images speak for themselves. The covers, front and back, have a dampstain covering about a third to a fifth of the space with no effect on the images within. There is the lightest of soiling of the images at each end. Overall the images are vibrantly bright and fresh, including the images at the end.

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        [CHROMOLITHOGRAPH] C. L. Centlivre Brewing Co., Incorporated. Brewers & Bottlers of Lager Beer. Fort Wayne, Indiana

      Cincinnati, OH: The Henderson Lithographing Co. Bird's-eye-view chromolithograph. 33½ x 47½ inches. Mounted to art board. A very fine copy. c.1880. A colorful and beautifully lithographed bird's-eye-view of this Fort Wayne, Indiana brewery with the nearby river, mansions in the background and an oval portrait at the lower left, framed by oak leaves, of the founder, C. L. Centlivre. This handsome lithograph shows the huge glass and brick brewery, the Victorian style office building, and various other buildings including the storeroom, wagon shed, the bottling works, and cold storage, as well as the Centlivre family residence. Along the adjacent streets, clogged with beer wagons, are two C. L. Centlivre electric street cars. The brewery was founded in 1862 by Centlivre, an immigrant from the Alsace region of France. By 1888, the brewery was totally rebuilt and by 1894 it became a complex with a racetrack, picnic grounds, and boating for the people of Fort Wayne..

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