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2020-07-08 06:10:09
Joel Chandler Harris
USA: D. Appleton and Company, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1881. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jackets. 8vo - over 7� - 9�" tall. Frederick S. Church, James H. Moser, A. B. Frost, E.W. Kemble, J.M. Conde,Frank Verbeck. 1st Printing 6 Copyright dates are 1881,1883,1892,1904,1905 and 1907. All books are first editions None of these books have Dust Jackets they are all hardcovers. Book-1 Uncle Remus, brown cloth over boards with gilt and black lettering and design on the front and spine, blind stamped boarder. Pink inside covers front and back. Light wear to the edges and the head and toe of the spine "presumtuous" in last line of p.9, and 8 pages of publisher's advertisements. Book Two-Nights with Uncle Remus, New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin Company. Good with no dust jacket, as issued. 1883. Hardcover. Boards have noticeable scuff/wear on corners and edges from years of use, typical of an antiquarian book of this age, both spine corners have some chipping, some minor looseness of spine cover, Previous owners name written on the inside front cover. Book Three-Uncle Remus and His Friends, Green cloth over boards. Original gilt and black decorations sharp & bright; green cloth boards lightly soiled from handling; rubbed spine & corners. Light racking at first signature & p.141, otherwise, solid binding. A curved 1" tear from margin of .p 141; most illustrated pages have lower 1-2" loose from binding. Pages are clean & sharp w/1 or 2 small spots of soil from handling. Book 4- The Tar-Baby. And Other Rhymes of Uncle Remus. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1904. First edition. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: mclinhavenbooks [United States]
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2020-07-07 16:02:08
Urtnowski, Theodor
60 x 75 cm, 73 x 87 cm, Rahmen min. berieben. Theodor Urtnowski (1881 Thorn - 1963 Danzig/Gdansk), deutsch-polnischer Maler, studierte an der Akademie der bildenden Künste in Berlin und ergänzte sein Studium in Paris. Ab 1910 lebte und arbeitete er in Oliwa und Sopot, malte häufig Stadtansichten von Danzig und Malbork, ausserdem für Kirchen und Theaterdekorationen. Ab 1907 nahm er an Ausstellungen der Danziger Gesellschaft der Schönen Künste teil und präsentierte Werke auf Gruppenausstellungen, die in der Freien Stadt Danzig und in Deutschland organisiert wurden.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2020-07-06 16:19:06
MENARY, Miss Mary I.J.
Gold Hill, Nevada, 1881. Small quarto (about 7 ½" x 9 ½"). Quarter red sheep and marbled paper covered boards. Owner's name on front free endpaper: "Miss Mary I. J. Menary, Gold Hill, Nevada. August 18th, 1881." The cover is heavily worn, textblock is reasonably sound, with some inserted leaves very edgeworn and marginally toned. Holograph manuscript in ink in the same legible hand throughout. The first 78 pages are comprised of poetry, followed by 38 blank pages, and thereafter (counting material on various loose leaves of paper laid in) about 20 pages of prose. The poetry is much concerned with death, and appears to be in large part copied, as well as the prose piece "Pledge with Wine" by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Also laid in is a small heartfelt three-page memorial in her hand for the late James Livingston, dated Gold Hill, Jan. 13th, 1889. Gold Hill was incorporated in 1862. It enjoyed prosperity generated by the Comstock Lode from 1868-1888, and is now a ghost town. An interesting look into the mind of a literate woman in a Gold Rush town. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-07-05 20:17:14
HOLMES, Oliver Wendell
Printed at the Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1881. First edition. Printed wrappers. 39,18pp. Chips to the corners of the first several leaves, and general wear, an about very good copy. Inscribed by Chadwick: "Dr. Weir Mitchell with regards of James R. Chadwick." With S. Weir Mitchell's ownership stamp on the front wrap and title page. Chadwick's report is paginated separately from the Holmes *Address*. Like Oliver Wendell Holmes, Silas Weir Mitchell was both a distinguished physician and a successful literary figure, and Blanck's *Bibliography of American Literature* lists both non-fiction and fiction titles by him. As a doctor he was known both for his work on gunshot wounds and for his work on nervous diseases, both studies made possible by the abundance of cases during the American Civil War. He was Charlotte Perkins Gilman's doctor and his prescription to her for the rest cure that he pioneered provided the idea for *The Yellow Wallpaper*. He also treated Edith Wharton for nervous affliction. Among Mitchell's notable fiction, he is remembered for historical novels such as *Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker*, and the children's tale *The Wonderful Stories of Fuz-Buz the Fly*. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-07-05 18:35:11
Amsterdam, J. Brandt en Zoon, en te Haarlem, Johannes Enschedé en Zonen, 1881-1882. (4) 288, (4) 188 (4), (10) 176, 72 (20), 27 p. Origineel Schildpadschild met gouden slot en goud-op-snede, 8° 14 x 7,5 x 3,5 cm. (Met een handgeschreven opdracht en enkele naamsvermeldingen op een van de eerste vrije schutbladen. Boekblok licht gebruin en opnieuw in de band gezet met een leren versteviging onder de originele rug, hierdoor is het geheel wat breder bij de rug. Nederlands kerkboek, bevat het Nieuwe Testament in de Statenvertaling, de Psalmen in de berijming van 1773, de gezangen en formulieren. Gebonden in het schild van zeeschildpad, vastgezet met 8 vergulde zilveren nagels en voorzien van een enkel gouden slot, aantrekkelijk opengewerkt met een motief van filigrijn en ranken. De verschillende onderdelen van het slot zijn gemerkt met het meesterteken JR.)
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo [Netherlands]
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2020-07-04 19:46:15
Bedford Lemere & Co
1881. Loose leaf. vg to fine. 50 cyanotypes (9 1/2 x 11"/ 11 x 9 1/2"), numbered 1 through 50, with white cardboard mats (12 x 16). Housed in a handmade box of modern blue linen cloth over marbled paper boards with black lettering on labels on cover and spine. Containing the original gilt lettered label loosely laid in. Complete set as issued. 'From 1881, and possibly earlier he [Bedford Lemere] produced a printed catalogue of available photographs, with annual supplements thereafter. Individual photographs could be ordered from these catalogues, while for customers who needed illustrations of particular themes, separate lists were available of photographs selected from the existing stock to meet their needs. In 1881 these specialized lists included 'Old-Half timbered and Stone Mansion' and 'Old and modern Queen Anne Residences, Schools etc.' and over the next 20 years many more selections would be available including 'Town and Country Houses and Mercantile Buildings', 'England's Homes: Blenheim, Hatfield, Haddon, Hardwicke [sic] etc.' and several series of furniture and woodwork' (Nicholas Cooper, The Photography of Bedford Lemere & Co. (Swindon, English Heritage, 2011, p.15).' This set was presumably produced for the French speaking market with all images in this set identified on a list provided with this collection. The images present almost exclusively country house interiors focusing on the main rooms of the house, staircases, paneling, etc. Making cyanotype copy prints, from a series of reference or 'master' prints to compile a catalogue would have been an econo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Chaim Kline - Bookseller [United States]
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2020-07-03 12:23:04
JAMES, Henry (1843-1916)
London: Macmillan and Co., 1881. [English Literature] FIRST EDITION. Three volumes, octavo (19 x 13 x 9cm), pp.266, 253, 248. With all half-titles present, publisher's 24-page catalogue (dated April 1881) to rear of the final volume. Handsomely bound in half brown polished morocco, gilt, by Trevor Lloyd M.B.E., with raised bands, extra gilt back, top edges gilt, marbled sides and endpapers. A tall copy with fore edges and tail edges untrimmed. Internally clean, exterior unmarked. A fine example of a particularly scarce triple-decker. 750 copies only.
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2020-07-02 08:23:10
WALKER, C.I. (Cornelius Irvine Walker)
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, Printers, Charleston, S.C, 1881. First edition. Small octavo. 138pp., with a color plate of the regiment's battle flag at the front. Light green printed paper wrappers. Two small tears at the spine ends, light soiling to the rear wrap, else near fine. A scarce contemporary history by one the regiment's commanders, Lieutenant-Colonel Walker. Organized at Camp Marion, near Georgetown, South Carolina, the unit began its service in August 1861 and quickly gained a reputation as a well-disciplined regiment. They fought in skirmishes and major battles throughout the Confederate States and surrendered on April 26, 1865. A handsome copy in the original wraps. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-07-02 04:47:02
Joel Chandler Harris
New York: D. Appleton And Company. Rare 1st Edition 1st Issue Uncle Remus Songs And Sayings 1881 By Joel Chandler Harris. Illustrated by Frederick Church and James Moser. Approximately 5 1/4 x 7 3/4" tall green cloth hardcover with gilt cover and spine. With 231 pages and ads in the rear. 1st Issue with Last line on page nine "presumptive" Spine shows some top and bottom wear. Has expected age toning. In overall Good Condition. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. S44. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: jakabooks [Knoxville, Tennessee, United States]
2020-07-01 21:06:13
The Graphic
London: The Graphic, 1881. Full of current news articles of interest with beautiful engravings. Includes Christmas edition with colour illustrations. Very collectable. Antique The Graphic Hardback Book 1880 -181 Illustrated Newspaper Articles A bound set of the illustrated weekly news articles covering January 1880 -1881 (120 years old) 736 pages of news articles of interest and beautiful engravings Includes Graphic Special Number: Bombardment of Alexandria Wedding Number: Their Royal Highnesses The Duke & Duchess of Connaught & a beautiful colour edition of The Graphic Christmas Number with wonderful illustrations Has been in the family for many years and handed down to me from my father - please see other listings as related books are also listed Measures: 42cm x 31cm x 8cm Condition of the individual newspapers and their engravings are very good considering their age. The binding is in good condition but has come away from the spine. Please study photos closely as these form pat of the description & clarify further the books condition Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions & I will do my very best to answer them. From a clean, smoke & pet free home Please see other listings for more interesting items Happy to combine postage where possible For peace of mind for both buyer & seller I use eBay Packlink Hermes Tracked & Signed for service I recycle packaging where possible :).
Bookseller: alw1099 [Salisbury, United Kingdom]
2020-06-30 15:55:42
Garayo, Juan Díaz de
[Vitoria], 1881. Four original, vintage photographs. Albumen silver print. Ca. 110 x 147 mm; 113 x 146 mm; 94 x 134 mm; 55 x 85 mm. A collection of original, vintage photographs of the Spanish serial killer, Juan Díaz de Garayo, known as "The Sacamantecas" ("The Fat Extractor"), comprising three mugshots portraying him from different angles, and a copy of the most iconic image of him, a full-length portrait picturing him seated, with shackled legs. Juan Díaz de Garayo y Ruiz de Argandoña (1821-1881) killed and raped six women between 1870 and 1879. After his arrest, he became known as TheSacamantecas, referring to the bogeyman in Spanish folklore characterized by killing for human fat. All photographs with traces of creasing, one with small damage to the lower corners. Subject marked on the verso of each print in pencil. Overall in very good condition. Four original, vintage photographs. Albumen silver print.
Bookseller: Földvári Books [Budapest, Hungary]
2020-06-30 02:17:01
Takeda Denuemon, Morita Tetsugoro, Tokyo, 1881. A book of “rarer” scenes by Kyosai that stray from the scope of classical kachoga (flower and bird paintings), such as illustrations of a snake catching a bird, a raccoon catching a turtle, and a rat eating a salmon-head. The book includes seventeen colour woodblock-printed illustrations in total. Original wrappers, with original cloth spine. Lacks title slip. Slight rubbing and soiling to wrappers. Creasing to leaves. Otherwise in very good condition. Comes with non-original slipcase. Volume two only of a two-volume set. 18 leaves. 22.2 x 14.6 cm. Text in Japanese. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Kagerou Bunko (ABAJ, ILAB) [Tokyo, Japan]
2020-06-29 12:36:02
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, The Riverside Press, 1881-83. Three volumes. Folio. Profusely illustrated including full-page plates. Bound in full pebbled morocco over beveled boards with marbled endpapers, a.e.g., the spines with gilt titles, the upper cover with gilt titles and an Irish harp device, covers and spines with ornate decorations in blind, dentelles. Just about fine with minor rubbing and some soft corners, internally bright and fine, very nice copies. Item #17820.
Bookseller: FIRST FOLIO RARE BOOKS (firstfolio) [Paris, Tennessee, United States]
2020-06-28 19:08:07
William Shakespeare
1881. Good condition, see pictures and ask questions. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE ANTIQUARIAN Books - They are both very very old and rare, the smaller one is dated 1881 (see pictures for condition). Please ask any questions prior to bidding. Thank you.
Bookseller: moonfiresky [Wakefield, Massachusetts, United States]
2020-06-28 00:29:02
Western Pacific Chart No. 3 . London: James Imray and Son. Good. 1881. Map. Thick blue paper-backed map with cloth border. The border is loose in a few sections and the map has rolling creases, dampstains on the right edge and lower left corner, and other light soil. Image shows only a portion due to scanner size. This is a large map of the Marshall, Solomon and Caroline Islands region in the Western Pacific, with over three dozen detailed relief map insets of islands. James Imray (1829-1891) and Sons published charts from around the world, and his publishing company has survived to this day. The title has two oval stamps next to it, one from Imray and another from an optician and chart dealer in Adelaide, Australia. Uncommon. No copies found on OCLC.; 50" by 40 1/2". [Thumbnails Below] Western Pacific Chart No. 3 Publication: London: James Imray and Son, 1881 Binding: Map Condition: Good Description: London: James Imray and Son. Good. 1881. Map. Thick blue paper-backed map with cloth border. The border is loose in a few sections and the map has rolling creases, dampstains on the right edge and lower left corner, and other light soil. Image shows only a portion due to scanner size. This is a large map of the Marshall, Solomon and Caroline Islands region in the Western Pacific, with over three dozen detailed relief map insets of islands. James Imray (1829-1891) and Sons published charts from around the world, and his publishing company has survived to this day. The title has two oval stamps next to it, one from Imray and another from an optician and chart dealer in Adelaide, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: abcandbeyond [Moab, Utah, United States]
2020-06-27 09:26:03
Jules Verne
1881. The Steam House (Part I.) The Demon of Cawnpore By Jules Verne . Illustriert mit Holzstichen. Alle Seiten und Holzstiche sind vorhanden. Leinen-Einband. Gebrauchsspuren. London. 262 Seiten . 1881 , ca. 19 x 15 cm . 700 Gramm. No-704-.
Bookseller: W.Crames-Engravings-Stiche-Grafiken (wcrames) [Solingen / Germany, Germany]
2020-06-25 22:02:04
Müller-Köpen, [E.]
Berlin : Selbstverlag, 1881. 33 S., 1 Klappkarte 8, OPp. m. Deckelgravur ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplar d. Königl. Eisenbahn Direktion Münster, mit den üblichen Kennzeichen u. geringen Alterungsspuren, Textteil lose beigefügt, Karte u. Brosch. in antiquarisch gutem Zustand, äußerst selten! 01-01-58
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2020-06-25 16:44:07
Horace Cox, "The Field" Office. 1881. 'Fourth Edition' on front wrapper. 8pp ads, 18pp, 10pp ads. Orig. yellow printed wraps, with ads; marked & a little worn, spine repaired. 'Price Sixpence.' Copac records Cambridge as holding copies of the Laws from 1882-1888 inclusive & the BL 1877-1888; Oxford has copies of the 1876, 1878 and 1880 editions. This fourth edition is only in the BL. It lists 40 laws in three sections: The Single-handed Game; Odds; The Three and Four-handed Game. In 1875, the MCC tennis and racquets sub-committee drafted the first laws of Lawn-Tennis. The first major championship for men played to the Laws was held at the All-England Club at Wimbledon in 1877 - the world's first official lawn tennis tournament. The sporting magazine, The Field, donated the Cup. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Jarndyce, The 19th Century Booksellers [London, United Kingdom]
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2020-06-24 17:32:02
Staub, Friedrich / Tobler, Ludwig
Frauenfeld, Verlag von J. Huber, 1881-1990. Halbleinen, gebunden; unbedruckte Einbände, weisse, schwarz bedruckte Rückenschilder (Band 1-12); Halbkunstleder, gebunden (Band 13, 14 , Register) / 15 Bände / Anz. Seiten: über 15000 (2spaltige Zählung) / 21,5 x 27,5 cm / Zustand: gut, geringe bis leichte Gebrauchsspuren; die Leinenbände am Rücken leicht fleckig Dazu: 1) 189.-225. Heft lose (= Bd. 15 , Spalte 1 bis Band 17, Spalte 512) 2) Verzeichnis der literarischen Quellen; Huber 1903, 66 S. / 3) dass. 1951, 85 S. 4) dass. 1980, 155 S. 5) Walter Haas: Das Wörterbuch der schweizerdeutschen Sprache. Versuch über eine nationale Institution; Frauenfeld; Huber, 1981 / Sprache: de
Bookseller: Buchfink Das fahrende Antiquariat [Brugg, AG, Switzerland]
2020-06-23 22:28:10
Popular Science Monthly Vol XIX Peabody Library May To October 1881. Shipped with USPS Media Mail.
Bookseller: (janet.lovett) [Indialantic, Florida, United States]
2020-06-23 17:43:08
DELL, Ethel M.
1881. A collection of twenty-one novels by Dell, nearly all Inscribed to her close friend, the childhood nurse of her adopted niece with whom she shared a home for many years. Ethel Mary Dell (1881-1939) was a popular romance novelist in the early part of the 20th Century. Born in 1881 to a middle class English family, she led a quiet, ordinary life, being very shy and retiring in nature. Although introverted, she had a lively imagination and began writing stories, and getting them published in popular magazines, at a young age. Her first novel, *The Way of an Eagle*, was published in 1911 and was an immediate success. She continued writing popular romance novels until her death in 1939. Many of her works, including several here, were turned into silent films in the 1910s and 1920s. Dell's extraordinary popularity can be difficult for today's readers to appreciate but her influence is reflected in the writings of several authors with whom they would be more familiar. For example, the monologues of James Joyce's character Gerty MacDowell in Ulysses are written in the style of Dell's novels. P.G. Wodehouse created a character in his famous Jeeves and Wooster series based on Dell: "Rosie M. Banks," and in a separate short story he also had a similar character named "Leila M. Pinkney." Both characters are authors of romance novels and explicitly based on Dell. The protagonist of George Orwell's Keep the Aspidistra Flying frequently mentions Dell. In these instances both Orwell and Wodehouse were critical of Dell and exhibited the tendency of writers and artists of every age to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-06-23 12:39:25
Thomas Hardy
Mint condition. A LAODICEAN or THE CASTLE OF THE De STANCYS by THOMAS HARDY 1881 First Edition Published by Sampson Low etc. Three Volumes. Published in 1881, in an edition of, according to Purdy, of 1000 copies. The title was never republished in the three volume format. 8vo. Full dark blue leather, with patterned end papers. and raised bands on spine with gilt lettering. Complete with half titles. no foxing or hinge cracking. Absolutely stunning set in a matching slipcase. Freepost for UK. Overseas please request postage Thankyou. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: calvedon [Dorchester, United Kingdom]
2020-06-23 08:22:16
Vaughan, E.A. (Edwin Atwood), Notary Public
Kyle, Texas: 1881. Hardcover. Dates: 1881-1885. Folio (16" x 10.5"). 27 double-pages (i.e. 54 pp.) of manuscript entries. Bound in original leather-backed marbled boards with tabbed alphabetical index in front; cover worn with spine partly perished, mild toning, scattered minor staining, last few leaves damp stained, etc., generally clean internally. Good. ¶ HIGHLY INTERESTING 19TH CENTURY MANUSCRIPT LEDGER FROM KYLE, TEXAS (HAYS COUNTY). This historically important early volume dates from 1881-1885 and was kept by notary public Edwin Atwood Vaughan (aka E. A. Vaughan) of Kyle, Texas. In addition to being a notary public, records indicate Vaughan was also editor of the Hays County News newspaper and a cattleman who bred Jersey cattle. Ledger includes entries for city co-founders Fergus Kyle and David E. Moore and Kyle's first businessman Thomas Martin, among others. ¶ Handwritten entries depict a detailed record of E. A. Vaughan's notary activities including mortgages, warranter deeds, executor's deeds, trust deeds, transfers, powers of attorney, bills of sale, bonds, quit claims, and liens. Majority of Vaughan's clients were personally known to him and resided in Kyle, however various other towns in Hays County and elsewhere in Texas can also be found here such as Austin, San Marcos, Lockhart, Texarkana, Palestine, Gonzales, Wimberley, Taylor, etc. Hundreds of names appear throughout, making ledger a treasure trove of local genealogy. Names include Daisy Allen, W. W. Anderson, J. A. Bacon, D. A. Barber, J. G. Barber, J. B. Blount, G. Welton, Bones, P. J. Breedlove, Desha B … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books (nec-plus-ultra) [Lockhart, Texas, United States]
2020-06-22 21:14:07
Georges Perrot; Charles Chipiez
Paris: Librairie Hachette et Cie, 1881. Click here to see our other books! Histoire de l'Art dans l'Antqiuite Georges Perrot; Charles Chipiez 1882-1911 Librairie Hachette et Cie : Paris 11" by 7.5" [5], ii-lxxvi, 879; [5], 2-825; [5], 2-921; [5], 2-833; [5], 2-928; [5], 2-1033; [5], 2-691; [5], viii-xv, 756; [5], 2-703pp SUMMARY A beautifully bound set of Perrot and Chipiez's extensive and monumental history of art across the world, illustrated throughout, including with folding maps and colour plates. Illustrated,Publishers' Original Binding Overall Condition: Very Good This book weighs 30 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 4.49 US Postage: £ 99.99 EU Postage: £ 49.99 European Postage: £ 99.99 Asia Postage: £ 187.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 276.99 DESCRIPTION In nine volumes. A further and final tenth volume was published later. In the original French. An extensive and in-depth work on the history of art throughout the world, with each volume analysing a particular region and their art. This is a celebrated and detailed work that was a great achievement when published. Volume I, 'l'Egypte', published in 1882. Illustrated with one colour folding plate, two monochrome folding plates, one colour plate, ten monochrome plates, and many in-text illustrations. Collated, complete. Volume I, 'Chaldee et Assyrie', published in 1884. Illustrated with four colour plates, eleven monochrome plates, and many in-text illustrations. Collated, complete. Volume III, 'Phenicie - Cypre', published in 1885. Illustrated with nine colour plates, one monochrome plate, and many in-text illustrations. Collate … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, United Kingdom]
2020-06-22 08:09:04
Harris, Joel Chandler
NY, 1881 Illustrated by: : FREDERICK S. CHURCH Published by D. APPLETON & CO Edition: FIRST ED Binding: HARD BACK GREEN Size: 5 X 7 3/4 231 Pages Overall Condition is: GOOD first edition, 2nd state synopsiss of this ttile first of 8 page advertisements in rear of book, illustrated by Church and James H. Moser, beautifully decorated and with bright gold leaf rabbit on front, gilt lettering on spine, frayed corners and spine, cracked, pages browned. author's first book, with 'presumptuous' on the last line of p.9 and REAR OF BOOK HAS FULL PAGE ADVERTISING UNCLE REMUS.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States]
2020-06-22 00:35:30
1881. Picasso book. This is collectable set of two coffee table books about the life and work of the most famous paiter Pablo Picasso. Im big fan of his work and this 2 volumes have all the art that he ever created. This book was purchased in estate sale in Beverly Hills. This is near perfect condition. Volume one the Blue period. Volume two after the blue period. Shipped with USPS Media Mail.
Bookseller: coolwatchclub [Los Angeles, California, United States]
2020-06-21 05:02:04
Tyler, Sergeant Daniel
Salt Lake City, UT. Good. 1881. First Edition. Leather. Black leather with blind embossed design on front and back with gilt title on spine. Boards very slightly cupped. Fraying to bottom edge, wear to corners. Head and foot of spine deteriorated but spine itself is intact and binding is tight. Front and back pastedown is rippled. Edges speckled; top edge lightly soiled. Interior is clean. Previous owner's signature at back. A detailed narrative of this very interesting and memorable march from Council Bluffs, Iowa to San Diego, California by the only religious based unit ever of the United States military. While the 1900 mile plus trek endured plenty of hardship, the only "warfare" was the infamous "Battle of the Bulls", a fight against a herd of wild cattle near the San Pedro river in present day Arizona. Many members of the battalion stayed west and served in various functions both within the military and in civilian life. Book includes the roster of soldiers and recounts much of the struggle, especially marching across the parched southwest. The Mormon Battalion Song by Thomas Morris is on the last leaf of the book. Flake/Draper 9063, Howes T447. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 376 pp . [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Back of Beyond Books, ABAA [United States]
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2020-06-20 17:30:31
Uzanne (Octave)
1881. Très rare tirage sur Japon (12 exemplaires). Reliure signée Honegger. Octave Uzanne. Les Surprises du Coeur (1881). 1 des 12 exemplaires sur Japon. Reliure signée Honegger. Bel exemplaire. Octave UZANNE LES SURPRISES DU COEUR par Octave Uzanne. Paris, Ed. Rouveyre, 1881 1 volume in-8 (22,8 x 15 cm), 187-(2)-(2) pages. Frontispice gravé à l'eau-forte par Géry-Bichard. Reliure moderne bradel demi-maroquin lie de vin, couverture illustrée par Paul Avril conservée (reliure signée honegger), tête dorée, relié sur brochure (non rogné). Exemplaire à l'état proche du neuf. Intérieur parfait. Quelques marques/taches sombres au dos du volume (voir photos). ÉDITION ORIGINALE. TIRAGE PROBABLE A 1.000 EXEMPLAIRES. CELUI-CI, 1 DES 12 EXEMPLAIRES SUR PAPIER DU JAPON. Le tirage de luxe est établi comme suit : 4 ex. sur parchemin, 12 ex. sur Japon (notre ex.), 20 ex. sur Chine, 25 ex. sur Renage, 55 ex. sur Seychall-Mill et 6 ex. sur papier rose, soit un total de 122 exemplaires de luxe. Les exemplaires du tirage ordinaire sont tirés sur papier vergé de type Hollande Van Gelder. Voici comment Octave Uzanne commente lui-même cet ouvrage lors de la vente d'une partie de sa bibliothèque en mars 1894 : "Quatrième et dernier volume de la série Rouveyre (avec Le Bric-à-Brac de l'Amour, le Calendrier de Vénus et Les Caprices d'un Bibliophile) ; quelques bons chapitres, mais deux ou trois vraiment faiblots. La couverture, composée par Paul Avril "est venue" imparfaitement au tirage, mais le frontispice, gravé par Géry-Bichard, d'après sa composition, est d'une grâce, d'une légèreté, d'un char … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, France]
2020-06-20 10:27:05
William Shakespeare; R.N. Hudson [Ed
Very Good. Item #6420 Boston: Dana Estes & Company, 1881. Revised Edition with Additional Notes. Octavo; Vol I lxxii + 450pp; Vols II-XI from 378 to 579pp; Vol XII ccclvii + 240pp. In honey-brown half leather. Spine labels in crimson and black, with gilt lettering, rules, and ornaments. Boards and endpapers in lithographic marbling. At least one engraved illustration for each play, with additional biographical and allegorical engravings; all tissue guards in place. Top edge of textblocks gilded. Minimal scuffing and nicks to leather spines, joints, and corners. Small flake lost from black spine label of Vol V. Textblocks unmarred and unmarked, and many pages unopened, suggesting an inert life as shelf-candy.Rev. Henry Norman Hudson (1814-1886) was an eminent biographer, public lecturer, and general popularizer of Shakespeare in his day. The sequence of works in this widely distributed edition is approximately Comedies, Histories, Tragedies, but with some curious jumbling: Macbeth falls between The Comedy of Errors and King John. Volume XII places the Poems and Sonnets after 357 discursive pages of background, biography, and literary history, which is probably why this volume has the most unopened pages. Still, for all its middlebrow DNA, a neatly handsome and genuinely usable edition.
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2020-06-19 04:57:14
Dr. Asa G. Eddy, 1881. Third Edition. A key early edition of the foundation work of Christian Science, first published in 1875 and continually revised throughout the author's lifetime. According to the timeline of Science & Health on the Mary Baker Eddy Library website, this Third Edition was the first to be published in two volumes, and the first to be decorated with the faith's iconic Crown and Cross seal. This source also mentions that, beginning with this edition and through the fifteenth, Eddy begins refering to God "... in the feminine gender as She and Her in the chapter 'Creation.'" Not mentioned in the Library's timeline is that this was the first appearance of the enlarged chapter on "Demonology," in which Mrs. Eddy directly attacked "malicious animal magnetism" and the activities of her expelled former disciple Daniel Spofford, who a year later would find himself at the center of the celebrated Salem Witchcraft Trial of 1878. GROLIER AMERICAN 78 [the 1875 edition]; HOWES E42. Two octavo volumes (19cm). Blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spines, with gilt device to each front cover; i-[xiv],6-270+214,[2]pp (publisher's catalog)]; engraved frontispiece in Vol. 1. A magnificent set, with only a trace of external rubbing; lower board corners lightly tapped; texts free of markings or flaws. Easily Near Fine; housed in a custom leather-and-cloth slipcase and individual chemises, also Near Fine. The is the 1883 second printing of the Revised edition (per Howes), identical but for the added frontispiece.
Bookseller: joehillstrom [Winchester, Virginia, United States]
2020-06-19 02:26:48
JAMES, Henry (1843-1916)
London: Macmillan and Co., 1881. [Literature] FIRST ENGLISH EDITION, Hybrid issue. Two volumes, Octavo (19 x 13cm), pp.265; 271. With a 24-page catalogue at the rear of volume II, dated January 1881. Publisher's blue-green cloth, lettered in gilt to spine, coated brown endpapers. Contents clean. A used set with some shelfwear, egdes of boards rubbed, some wear to joints and corners, inner paper joints parted, 'Mudie' labels to upper covers, neat shelf number '692' to prelims. Remains presentable. A most unusual 'issue', recorded in the bibliography and consisting of the corrected (second) printing of the sheets in the first impression blue-green binding. Only 250 corrected sheets were published and should be bound in brown cloth with yellow endpapers and re-cut brasses to spine; we note two other copies of this 'hybrid', one at University of Texas (recorded by Edel and Laurence), and a copy sold at auction (Swann Galleries, 1989). Rare thus. Edel and Laurence [A15b]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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2020-06-19 02:25:23
(Garfield, James A) Sherman, William T.
[Washington, DC, 1881. 4-3/4 x 2-3/4 inches. Fine. 4-3/4 x 2-3/4 inches. Garfield died just 199 days into his term, eleven weeks after he was shot in the back by Charles Guiteau. At the time of the shooting Guiteau carried in his pocket a note addressed to Sherman, explaining that the assasination was necessary to save the Republic, and asking Sherman to order his troops to surround the jail for his protection.
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2020-06-19 02:25:22
(Garfield, James A) Hayne, Paul Hamilton
N.p. [Grovetown, Georgia], 1881. 1 p., in purple ink on ruled paper, the original copy sent to the printer, with title in editor's hand and other typesetting marks. 1 vols. 4to. Fine (minor soiling and smudges along right margin, not affecting legibility), in maroon cloth folding case. 1 p., in purple ink on ruled paper, the original copy sent to the printer, with title in editor's hand and other typesetting marks. 1 vols. 4to. "lifting ethereal hands / Against all treacherous demons of the dark!". Manuscript poem by the American poet Paul Hamilton Hayne (1830-1886) on the assassination of President Garfield. "After the death in 1870 of William Gilmore Simms, an old friend and mentor, Hayne became the chief literary spokesman for the South, an unofficial postwar laureate for the late Confederacy" (ANB). Hayne composed this poem after the attack on President James A. Garfield by Charles J. Guiteau at the Washington railroad station on 2 July 1881. Originally titled "The President's (Unseen) Company" with the subtitle "The Prayers of the People will not let the old Soldier die!", and dedicated to Mrs. Garfield, the poem was re-titled by the editor and published as "The Unseen Host." The poem, in three stanzas of six, five, and six verses, reads in part: "Angels are these, born on the breath of prayer! ... / For him through all the land, fervent and sweet, / What prayers oh! Christ, have risen to kiss Thy feet! / No marvel then a Spritiual Concourse stands / Beside his bed, lifting ethereal hands / Against all treacherous demons of the dark!... / With mystic wings they fan h … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-19 02:25:21
COLQUHOUN, James Andrew Sutherland, Major.
London: W. H. Allen & Co., , 1881. Octavo. Original red pebble-grain cloth, title gilt to the spine, blind panels and central device to the boards. Lithographic frontispiece and 4 other similar plates from sketches by the author, 2 folding lithographic maps and a folding table, showing the strength of the Kurram field force. Binding skillfully furbished, spine and tips consolidated, new endpapers, lightly browned otherwise a very good copy. First edition. An excellent account of the formation and operations of General Roberts's expeditionary force. Captain Colquhoun, arrived only in time for the action on Peiwar Kotal, but compiled a detailed account of the preparation of the force and its advance from the diary of Major Collett, the assistant quartermaster-general. Colquhoun, a Royal Academician, illustrated the book himself with five lithographed landscape scenes. A series of appendices give detailed information on the composition and ordnance of the force, and there is a useful summary of the work done by Punjab Chief's Contingent keeping lines of communication open written by Major W.C. Anderson, later of the 3rd Punjab Cavalry regiment. Bruce 4497. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2020-06-19 02:25:12
(Dickens, Charles) Mahoney, James, and Charles GREEN
[London: Published by Chapman and Hall, 1881. Comprising 8 pen and ink drawings by Mahoney (signed with monogram M); and 1 gray wash drawing and 2 watercolor drawings by Green (signed CG). 1 vols. Various sizes. Matted and bound into an oblong folio album of red morocco gilt by Rivière & Sons, front hinge repaired. A few of the drawings show some minor foxing, otherwise fine. Comprising 8 pen and ink drawings by Mahoney (signed with monogram M); and 1 gray wash drawing and 2 watercolor drawings by Green (signed CG). 1 vols. Various sizes. 11 Green & Mahoney Drawings for Little Dorritt. Cf. Podeschi H1150; H1816a [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [United States]
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2020-06-18 22:54:34
Smith, Julia E[velina] and Hannah H[adassah].
Hartford, Conn: Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, 1881. Hartford, Conn: Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, 1881 First edition of this rare work by Julia Evelina Smith (1792-1886), a suffragist and the first woman to publish her own complete translation of the Bible. Julia's sister, the suffragist Abby Hadassah Smith (1797-1879), was the original collector of the poems, which were written by their mother Hannah Hadassah Smith (1767–1850). Some of the poems collected here were written by Hannah in Italian and translated by Julia. Publisher's purple cloth lettered in gilt (cover title: Mother's Poems). Some rubbing to spine and a bit of soiling to cloth. Green endpapers. Twelvemo. Front free endpaper coming loose. Contemporary pencil signature on preliminary blank and a second pencil signature on front free endpaper of "Pamela Hale," possibly the Washington State businesswoman and educator Pamela Case Hale (1834-1915). A bit of foxing and some light toning to pages, but overall a very good, clean, and tight copy of a rare book edited by the first woman to completely translate the Bible into English. In 1876, Julia and Abby Smith independently funded the publication of their edition of the Bible, which Julia had translated over the course of eight years with a particular attention toward literalism. The edition was significant in part because it was one of the most easily accessible contemporary Bible translations in English until the publication of the British Revised Version in 1881; it now remains a milestone in women's history. [Attributes: F … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-18 19:34:20
HARRIS, Joel Chandler.
New York: D. Appleton & Co. 1881. FIRST EDITION. Front., vignette title & illus. by F. Church and J. Moser, 8pp ads; p.23/24 carefully repaired along inner edge and with sl. wear in outer margins. Later half black morocco, marbled boards; orig. green cloth from front board & spine strip bound in at end. t.e.g. v.g. Copac lists three copies only at BL, NLS, and Oxford. The first issue, with 'presumptive' on page nine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Jarndyce, The 19th Century Booksellers [London, United Kingdom]
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2020-06-18 19:34:20
HARRIS, Joel Chandler.
David Bogue. 1881. Half title, front. & illus. by F. Church and J. Moser, 32pp cata. (1881). Orig. drab olive cloth, bevelled boards dec. in black & gilt, lemon edges; sl. rubbing. v.g. Including tales of Mr Rabbit and his old adversary Mr Fox. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2020-06-18 19:10:29
Alfred Sensier
Boston - United States: James R. Osgood and Company - Boston, 1881. Used. Little damage in the spine of the book and marks of humidity in the front. This book was publised in Boston in 1881. Translated from french by Helena de Kay. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: etopeyewearonline [Rehovot, Israel]
2020-06-18 16:50:51
BONAPARTE-WYSE, William Charles
L. W. N. Keys, Plymouth, 1881. An inscribed copy of this rare and unusual provincial publication, in original wrappers and with wide margins, the half-title bearing ‘With the author’s compliments’. The poem was written on the setting up of the Transylvanian principalities as an independent kingdom at the Treaty of Berlin, and the coronation of Carol the First in May 1881. OCLC gives only three copies (NYPL, Dublin and BL), to which the CCFr adds only one copy in France (Montpellier). William Charles Bonaparte-Wyse (1826–92), son of the Politician Thomas Wyse and Letizia Bonaparte, and grandson of Lucien Bonaparte, was a curious mixture of many cultures: the only Irish member of the Felibrige, he wrote in Provencal, as well as in English. Born in Waterford, he became a captain in the Waterford Artillery and spent much of his working life in the army. As a young man he travelled in the south of Europe, and while at Avignon was inspired by the work of the Félibres, who claim descent from the ancient troubadours of Provence. He joined the society and became an impassioned student of the language, and remained the only Irish, and indeed the only foreign-born member of the society. He befriended Frederic Mistral, poet and lexicographer of Occitan, and later recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature. Bonaparte-Wyse wrote a series of lyrics and sonnets in French, English, and the Provençal branch of Occitan. Perhaps his most well-received work was ‘Li Parpaioun Blu’, published in 1868, with a foreword by Mistral. He presided over the great félibréennes festivals of Forcalquier in … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-18 11:35:17
Hatton, Joseph
London: Chapman and Hall, 1881. First edition, pp.xi, viii, 209, frontispiece, 3 maps, 2 folding. A very good copy bound in contemporary half calf, gilt. Head of spine lightly rubbed. Light foxing to end-papers. Large map laid down on linen. The first book on the activities of the North Borneo Company, published in the year of the Granting of the Royal Charter and with the encouragement of the Company. The author was the father of Frank Hatton who died exploring North Borneo two years after this publication appeared.
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2020-06-15 17:09:22
COLES, Oakley
J. & A. Churchill, London, 1881. 8vo., 223pp., 25 plates and 10 diagrams, original publisher's cloth. Ex-library [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Ohi Shoten [Fuchu-City, TOKYO, Japan]
2020-06-15 16:48:36
1881. Original, complete hardcover volume. Free shipping to any of the 50 U.S. states. GEOLOGICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL ATLAS OF COLORADO AND PORTIONS OF ADJACENT TERRITORY (Includes parts of Utah, Arizona and New Mexico. by F. V. HAYDEN, U. S. Geologist in Charge. 1881. (This is the second edition. First edition was 1877.) All 20 sheets present - see contents page in photos. Topographical maps are without color. All other maps are in color. Panoramic views are of a brownish tint. Overall book size is 20" x 27" (very large!). Sheets are double-paged, thus size of each is 26 1/4" x 37". Condition of Title Page, Contents page and all 20 sheets is exceptional. No library markings. No markings, stains, foxing, chipping, tears nor any other defects. Colors are clear and bright. Nearly as nice as the day it was published. Binding sound and holding well. First blank page has "Library Association" written in pen. Next blank page has folds and tears at folds. Covers are original. Lettering on front cover nice. There is some wear and discoloration around edges of front and rear covers. Tear at top one inch of spine without loss of material. See photos please. Overall, about as nice of an original of this volume as you will find. Returns accepted with full refund if you are not satisfied. (You would need to pay return shipping.) Sorry, no sales to Canada or anywhere other than 50 U.S. states. Book will be well packaged and insured at my cost. If you visit someone, and you see no books in their house - Run Away! Run Away!
Bookseller: garrcl_76 [Sobieski, Wisconsin, United States]
2020-06-15 10:21:20
L'Emipre Japonais. Pays, peuple, histoire.Geneve, Atsume Gusa, 1881. With 20 plates (12 chromolithographs, 2 lithographs, 6 photogravures), 5 folding maps (chromolithographs) and numerous woodengravings in text. Original printed paper wrappers, in green cloth slipcase. VIII, 692, [2] pp. Second edition, in the original French, of a history of Japan by the Russian geographer Léon Metchnikoff (1838-1888). Metchnikoff lived in Japan for a few years, where he set up a Russian language school. This work is divided into three parts: the land, the people and the history, covering almost every aspect of the Japanese culture, including religion, architecture and way of dress, but also other aspects like geography and fauna. One of Metchnikoff's main contributions is to consider the Meiji period as a revolution, and not as a mere restoration period. The plates show portraits, costumes, temples and more.Untrimmed and mostly unopened, in very good condition. Paper wrappers discoloured, green slipcase in good condition Cordier, Japonica, col. 685; Wenckstern I, 7.
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2020-06-15 10:15:52
[DRAWINGS - ALGIERS & SPAIN]. J. M. (artist?).
[Views and people along the Mediterranean coasts of France, Spain and Algeria].[London sketchbook used in the Mediterranean], 1881. Small oblong 8vo (8,5 x 13 cm). Album (sketchbook) containing 28 pencil drawings (1 double-page), 2 colored drawings and 4 watercolors (1 double-page ) with handwritten captions in English. Half checkered black morocco. With advertising label of "Lechertier, Barbe & Co. Artists colourmen and Stationers, Regent Street, London" with prices of the various sketchbooks for sale; at the head the artists(?) initials and date: "J.M. 1881". 70 pp. Very charming album, apparently made during a Mediterranean cruise ca. 1881. The cruise began in Marseille and ended in Biarritz:The Notre Dame de la Garde in Marseille (drawing); View of Palma de (Mallorca: deleted) Minorca (Menorca; or: Ibiza?; drawing); Two women in Algiers: one standing, one sitting (drawing); Sketch of a mosque in Algiers (drawing); Street in the old city of Algiers (colored drawing); Charming view of a café with people sitting outside under banana palm trees (colored drawing); Beautiful double-page view of the recently built (1872) Notre Dame dAfrique on a hill above Algiers (watercolor); Moslem cemetery in Algiers (watercolor); Beautiful watercolor of a street in Oran; "Les deux-Frères" in the harbor of Nemours (now: Ghazaoue) (drawing); The old harbor of Biarritz (drawing); "Moorish woman" with a description of her costume (drawing); pasted to inside back board: Plant ("Salide"?) (drawing).The strap is frayed, but the sketchbook is further in very good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-14 22:17:08
[Garfield, James; Chester A. Arthur; Benjamin Harrison; et. al.]
Washington DC: , May 6, 1881. 8vo. Expertly rebound in brown leather, preserved original gilt leather title; pages bear mild soiling at margins but otherwise clean; housed in custom slipcase bound in red cloth.This album features a rare signature from Garfield during his tenure as sitting president: "James Garfield, May 6, 1881" is on the first leaf. Following leaves feature the signature of Garfield's Vice President (and future President) Chester A. Arthur and over 100 additional autographs from Garfield's cabinet, Senators, and Congressmen. The autograph album is a historically significant collection from one of the shortest presidencies in American history. Taking office on March 4th, 1881, Garfield was shot months later on July 2nd, making any and all items signed by Garfield during his presidency scarce and desirable. Garfield's signature is dated to May 6th, a vital historical moment in which Garfield was in the midst of a heated conflict with powerful New York Senator Roscoe Conkling over Garfield's choices for federal office positions in New York. Their animosity resulted in nationwide critiques of Garfield and Conkling's standstill, captured by that day's newspaper headline asking, "Why not lock up Garfield and Conkling in a small room and let them fight this thing out?" (Mount Vernon Democratic Banner, May 6th, 1881). Conkling was a powerful politician supported by Ulysses S. Grant and a mentor to Chester A. Arthur, whom Conkling unsuccessfully advised to decline Garfield's vice presidency. Immediately after Garfield's inauguration, Conkling presented a list of me … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Coconut Rose Rare Books and Manuscripts [United States]
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2020-06-14 15:54:04
London: George Routledge, 1881. "Édition de Luxe", no. 98 of 1,000 large paper sets, fifteen volumes, 4to. Portrait frontispiece in volume I plus a plate at the beginning of each play and further illustrations in the text, armorial bookplates, with perhaps half the leaves still unopened, some browning and foxing to the endpapers and first and last leaves. Original grey cloth, paper spines labels slightly browned and soiled, one with some loss, volumes I and II with small abrasions to the spines otherwise a very good sound set.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB) [Lewes, United Kingdom]
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2020-06-14 09:33:03
Picasso, Pablo Ruiz (1881-1973, span. Maler). 2 Orig.-Photographien von (Juan) Gyenes (1912-1995). Paris um 1960. Format: 24 x 17,5 cm. Der berühmte Künstler neben einem mit Zeitschriften vollgepackten Tisch in seinem Haus. Das andere Foto mit einer Nahaufnahme Picassos im Profil. - Der bedeutende ungarische Fotograf J. Gyenes arbeitete nach seinem Studium bis 1936 in Budapest, danach in Paris und London. Seit 1938 war er Korrespondent für die New York Times in Kairo. Er kam 1940 aus Ägypten nach Spanien und begann bis 1948 im Atelier von José Demaría Vázquez zu arbeiten. 1948 eröffnete er sein eigenes Fotostudio in Madrid. Er porträtierte zahlreiche Persönlichkeiten, darunter Sara Montiel, Maria Félix, Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Andrés Segovia, Montserrat Caballé, Jacinto Benavente, Cayetana Fitz-James, Omar Sharif, Tsuguharu Foujita, Herbert v. Karajan und Artur Rubinstein, Gina Lollobrigida, Charlton Heston, Lola Flores, Julio Iglesias, Isabel Preysler, Charles Chaplin und die spanische Sängerin und Schauspielerin Marisol-Pepa Flores. - Rückseitig mit Adress-Aufkleber einer franz. Presseagentur sowie handschr. Copyrhight-Vermerk des Photografen, wohl spätere Abzüge.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Haufe und Lutz (x-library) [Karlsruhe, Germany]
2020-06-14 00:58:42
Klinger, Max
1881. Singer 52-63.- Erste und einzige Ausgabe.- 'Der Titel deutet an, daß es Arbeiten sind, die von Klinger zwischen und neben der Beschäftigung mit seinen geschlossenen Folgen gefertigt wurden' (Singer).- Vorwiegend mit verschiedenen landschaftlichen Hintergründen werden teils mythologische, teils historische Figuren dargestellt, teils durchsetzt mit phantastischen Elementen.- Die Mappe mit rot bedrucktem Titel und den Textkorrekturen 'komponiert' und 'radiert'.- Ohne den typographischen Titel.- 5 Tafeln mit kleinem schwachen Feuchtrand in der oberen weißen Außenecke.- Gewicht in Gramm: 500
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2020-06-14 00:58:42
Klinger, Max
1881. Condition: Gut. Singer 52-63.- Erste und einzige Ausgabe.- 'Der Titel deutet an, daß es Arbeiten sind, die von Klinger zwischen und neben der Beschäftigung mit seinen geschlossenen Folgen gefertigt wurden' (Singer).- Vorwiegend mit verschiedenen landschaftlichen Hintergründen werden teils mythologische, teils historische Figuren dargestellt, teils durchsetzt mit phantastischen Elementen.- Die Mappe mit rot bedrucktem Titel und den Textkorrekturen 'komponiert' und 'radiert'.- Ohne den typographischen Titel.- 5 Tafeln mit kleinem schwachen Feuchtrand in der oberen weißen Außenecke.-. (Leipzig 1857 - 1920 Großjena). Intermezzi komponiert, radiert und Herrn Kupferstecher und Kunsthändler Hermann Sagert dankbar zugeeignet. Rad. Op. IV. 12 Kompositionen. Nürnberg, Stroefer, (1881). Folge von 12 Aquatintaradierungen auf aufgewalztem China. Folio. Lose in OHlwd.-Mappe (Ränder leicht gebräunt). von Klinger, Max Autor(en) Klinger, MaxVerlag / Jahr 1881Sprache Gewicht ca. 500 gBestell-Nr 636Bemerkungen Singer 52-63.- Erste und einzige Ausgabe.- 'Der Titel deutet an, daß es Arbeiten sind, die von Klinger zwischen und neben der Beschäftigung mit seinen geschlossenen Folgen gefertigt wurden' (Singer).- Vorwiegend mit verschiedenen landschaftlichen Hintergründen werden teils mythologische, teils historische Figuren dargestellt, teils durchsetzt mit phantastischen Elementen.- Die Mappe mit rot bedrucktem Titel und den Textkorrekturen 'komponiert' und 'radiert'.- Ohne den typographischen Titel.- 5 Tafeln mit kleinem schwachen Feuchtrand in der oberen weißen Außenecke.-Unser Preis EUR … [Click Below for Full Description]
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