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2014-01-28 17:49:28
Daniel Cortezo, Barcelona, 1884. 4º, 27 vols. ilustr. con dibujos y grabados, láminas en negro y color, bellas iniciales y viñetas, fotografías y heliografías habitualmente de Laurent, grabados de Meisenbach, Joaritzi, Gómez Polo, Thomas, etc. y dibujos de Parcerisa, Pascó, Atenza, Gómez Soler, Xumetra, Isidro Gil, Ángel Pirala, Martín, M. O. Delgado, etc. Tela editorial, planos y lomos decorados con gofrados en oro y negro, en el centro de los planos escudos policromados en oro. Cortes decorados. Colección completa de la nueva edición de la importante y bella publicación "Recuerdos y bellezas de España", editada incompleta en Madrid, en 1863-1865, en 12 vols. Ahora la Casa Editorial Cortezo de Barcelona la continua y completa, dándole un nuevo título, y ofreciendo 27 vols., cada uno dedicado a las diversas ciudades y territorios españoles según el orden siguiente: Cataluña, Sevilla y Cádiz, Asturias y León, Granada, Jaén, Málaga y Almería, Castilla la Nueva, Valladolid, Palencia y Zamora, Provincias Vascongadas, Aragón, Navarra y Logroño, Cuba, Puerto Rico y Filipinas, Islas Baleares, Valencia, Extremadura, Burgos, Murcia, Soria, Galicia, Huelva y Santander. Colaboraron en la obra los mejores autores y artistas de la época, y los volúmenes, muy bien editados y artísticamente encuadernados, se presentaron sumamente ilustrados para mostrar las obras de arte de cada una de las tierras peninsulares. (Palau, 252871-873, entra este título por "Recuerdos"). Muy buen ejemplar. España. Historia de España. Arte español. Monografías locales. Spain. History of Spain. Spanish art. Loca … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Studio [Barcelona, Spain]
2014-01-24 16:54:59
Mulhouse:: Imprimerie Veuve Bader et Cie,, 1884. First Edition. Near Fine. A Near Fine First Edition First Printing in original printed wrappers. Complete with 9 color plates. Minimal cover edge, spine tip wear. Few pages uncut. 8vo. 53 pp. An important work. Instrumental in disseminating an understanding of Maxwell's color disks and thus the relationship between the physics and aesthetics of color. Rare particularly in such fine condition.
Bookseller: By The Book, LC ABAA-ILAB
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2014-01-20 21:46:44
Jean Louis Ernest Meissonier
J.W. Bouton, 1884-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. 2 volume set. A handsome set, suitable for a gift. Elephant folios. 67 cm. Hardcover. Bound in tan cloth with leather spine labels. Good binding and cover. 104 plates. Clean, unmarked pages. v. 1. First series.--v. 2. Second series. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US.
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2014-01-17 14:06:46
Bazire, Edmond
Bazire, Edmond, Illustrated by Manet. Paris: A. Quantin, 1884. Deluxe Edition Edition, limited in 50 copies on Japon Paper, of which our copy is N0: 32. 150pp with impressions of the two Manet etchings Odalisque couchée (Harris 56) and La Convalescente (Harris 85), an etched portrait of Manet by Guerard (frontispiece) and Port de Bordeaux by Gerard after Manet, with other illustrations and photogravures and a facsimile of a letter by Manet. All the prints are in double state, one printed in Japon paper, and one printed in wove paper. Published the year after Manet's death (1883), an important work, in French, and the only source of the two etchings. Some moderate foxing, in very good condition.
Bookseller: Marninart, Inc (ABAA-ILAB)
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2014-01-09 16:12:24
Cané, Miguel
Viena : Carlos Gerold hijo, editor e impresor 1884 - ~ Media piel, nervios, títulos dorados en lomo. Conserva la cubierta original ~ 144p ~ 19x14x2cm. ~ Muy Buen estado. Etiqueta de librero en cubierta de rústica ~ LANGUAGE: Español / Additional images available/ [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lirolay
2014-01-06 18:27:51
Two chromolithographs, four etchings, four illus. of the chromatic circle on two plates, six full-page silhouettes, two photolithographs, two leaves of limitation & colophon, & eleven tipped-in paper samples. Printed on 44 different kinds of paper & in many colors. Two parts in one vol. 8vo, orig. printed wrappers bound-in cont. red half-morocco & marbled boards, spine richly gilt, t.e.g., others uncut. [Blois: R. Marchand, 1884]. First edition of this tour-de-force of book- and papermaking, limited to 250 numbered copies, signed by the author and the publisher. Originally issued in separate fascicles, this is a remarkable, complex, and beautiful book, printed on 44 different kinds of paper and employing complex combinations of color and printing techniques. The book was issued to demonstrate the newest techniques of printing and styles of book design. The first three sections contain essays on the history of paper, ink, and the use of color in printing. This third part is particularly dazzling as each typographical border of every page has been printed using different color combinations to demonstrate the contrasts and harmonies of combining colors. The second part -- "Applications" -- is printed on various kinds of tinted paper (mostly coming from various named French mills but including a few Dutch and English mills), all printed and decorated employing flamboyant combinations of types and ink colors. Eleven original samples of rare papers, from ancient papyrus to modern Japanese, are tipped-in at end. Rochas d'Aiglun (1837-1914), was a leading French parapsychologis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2013-12-29 23:57:06
Félix de Latassa y Ortin - Miguel Gómez Uriel
Imprenta de Calixto Ariño, Zaragoza 1884 - Tres Volúmenes. Encuadernación de tapa dura en media piel de la época. Paginación: 662, 614, 443 pp. Sello. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Antonio Azorín
2013-12-29 13:57:38
CASTILHO. (Júlio de)
- [Por]? Imprensa da Universidade. Coimbra. 1884-1890. 7 volumes. De 18x13 cm. Com xii, 264, 424, 479, 389, 294, 404 e lii, 485 pags. Junto com: LISBOA ANTIGA. Bairro Alto. [Por]? 2ª edição. Consideravelmente acrescentada. Antiga Casa Bertrand ? José Bastos. Lisboa. 1902-1904. 5 volumes. De 18x13 cm. Com 479, 408, 428, 330 e 447 pags. Junto com: A RIBEIRA DE LISBOA. Descripção histórica da Margem do Tejo desde a Madre-de-Deus até Santos-o-Velho. Por? Imprensa Nacional. 1893. 1 volume. De 24x16 cm. Com xxii, 750 pags. Encadernações (conjunto de 13 volumes) da época com lombadas em pele (numeradas sequencialmente), uniformes, cansadas, com cantos e dianteiras com falhas. Ilustrados com mapas desdobráveis e gravuras em extratexto. Exemplar com manchas de oxidação e humidade marginais. Obras de referência da olisipografia. Location/localizacao: 6-3-A-1
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva
2013-12-28 23:54:02
Goddard, George
[Leicester, UK?], [c.1884]. Broadsheet [4pp.] Small octavo [20.5 cm] Very good. Forty-one lines over two pages with blanks to be filled in by hand. This short work by Goddard is to introduce to the inhabitants of his native town "the fulness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, which God our Heavenly Father has revealed through his servant Joseph Smith." We believe this work was intended to be personalized to the recipient and have another tract laid in at the center "I respectfully ask of you the following: - That you will prayerfully and carefully peruse the enclosed tract." George Goddard (1815-1899) was an English convert and was the Assistant to the General Superintendent for the Deseret Sunday School Union for twenty-six years and is credited with first printing of the 'Articles of Faith' in card form. Not in Flake/Draper. Not in OCLC.
Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA
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2013-12-26 13:58:45
Le Fanu, J[oseph] Sheridan
London: Richard Bentley and Son,. 1884. original decorated dark green cloth, front and rear panels stamped in blind, spine panel stamped in gold, white wove endpapers, top edge untrimmed, other edges trimmed.. Slight spine lean, light wear to spine ends and corner tips, 15 mm. split in cloth along outer rear joint, a very good copy. A nice,. bright copy, with tight inner hinges and clean interior. All early. editions of this book are uncommon. (#109861). First printing of the first one-volume edition. A landmark collection of Victorian supernatural horror fiction, first published by Bentley in 1872 in three volumes and in this one volume edition in 1884. Collects "Green Tea," "The Familiar" (a.k.a. "The Watcher"), "Mr. Justice Harbottle," "The Room in the Dragon Volant," and "Carmilla." Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, pp. 114-155. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 2-50. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 995. Bleiler (ed), Supernatural Fiction Writers, pp. 222-24 and 228-29. Clute and Grant (eds), The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1997), p. 571. Ellis, Wilkie Collins, Le Fanu and Others, p. 188, etc. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 136. Sullivan, Elegant Nightmares, pp. 12-31, 37-68. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, pp. 258-61. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3-139. Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 319. Bleiler (1978), p. 121. Reginald 08797. Hubin (1994), p. 493.
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2013-12-25 16:31:20
Hæggströms Boktryckeri och Bokförlags Aktiebolag, Stockholm u.å. (c. 1884). Som ofta en märklig paginering, men en provbok tryckt huvudsakligen på recto-sidan; 439 blad + 25 dubbelsidiga provsidor. 4:o (26 x 22 cm). Halvskinnband med rödfärgade snitt runtom. Snitten med några ljusa fläckar. Pärmhörn och rygg nött. Indelning: Text-stilar; Musik-noter; Skrifstilar; Initialer (ett provblad i denna avdelning med en reva vid nedre marginalen, c. 20 mm); Ramar; Infattningar; Vignetter; Diverse; Affischstilar.En av Sveriges mest påkostade och vackraste provböcker i modern tid. Varje provsida inom konstfärdigt ramverk och ofta tryckt med färg
Bookseller: Antikvariat Morris Stockholm/Södertalje
2013-12-25 13:18:01
Hearn, Lafcadio
Boston: James R. Osgood and Company,. 1884. original decorated olive-green cloth, front panel stamped in black, spine panel stamped in gold and black, pink endpapers.. A fine copy. A lovely copy of an attractive book. (#30974). First edition. The first book written by Hearn, preceded by a translation of short stories by Theophile Gautier published in 1882 as ONE OF CLEOPATRA'S NIGHTS AND OTHER FANTASTIC ROMANCES. A retelling of fables, legends, and parables, mostly from Oriental sources. Tuck (1974), p. 213. BAL 7912. Perkins 5.
Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.
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2013-12-23 23:24:39
Thoreau, Henry D
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1884. From the library of John Greenleaf Whittier with his bookplate, edited by H.G.O. Blake, (1)pp. ad, Inserted double page map, v, 382pp, 16pp. ads. Bound in green cloth over beveled boards, facsimile gilt signature on front cover, spine lettering gilt, blue-black coated endpapers, top edge gilt. Some rubbing to boards, faint marginal damp stain along upper edge otherwise a very nice copy housed in a custom leather backed slipcase. According to BAL 20127 there were only 1260 copies of the first edition printed. A very nice copy.. First Edition. Octavo.
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2013-12-21 10:47:50
Boston. The Riverside Press, 1884. 12 volumes octavo 8 x 5 1/2 inches, complete. A PRETTY LEATHER BOUND SET OF HAWTHORNE IN HALF LIGHT CALF GILT with twin leather lettering labels. Illustrated with 12 engraved frontispieces and vignette titles by Blum, Church, Deilman et al. Minor rubbing - a handsome, leather bound, illustrated, library set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Charles Russell, ABA, ILAB, est 1978 [cirencester, United Kingdom]
2013-12-17 00:33:59
Jackson, Helen Hunt
Boston: Roberts Brothers. 1884. First Edition, 8vo; 490pp; + of books by H.H. (Mrs. Jackson), original green cloth stamped in gold gilt with three flowers, author and title in stylized type in gilt on smooth spine; corners bumped, some wear to spine tips, first signature loose at bottom stitch, contemporary ink inscription on front blank, but generally about very good copy. & Helen Maria Fiske Hunt Jackson was a Massachusetts born and educated writer who contributed to literary journals under the signature, "H.H." In 1875, she married a banker, William S. Jackson, and moved to Colorado Springs. In 1879, she became actively interested in the treatment of the Indians by the U.S. government and actively sought to better the conditions of that race. She was appointed special commissioner to examine the condition of the Mission Indians of California and while doing this, studied the history of the early Spanish missions. She intended RAMONA to do for the plight of the Native Americans what UNCLE TOM'S CABIN had done for the plight of African Americans. BAL 10456. Johnson High Spot of American Literature, pp. 460. Emerging Voices, p. 73. Zamorano Eighty, 46. Wright III, 2901.
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2013-12-16 12:48:26
Paris, Pise, E. Plon, Nourrit, 1883-1884, - 2 livraisons en un vol. grand in-8, VIII-292-XII-[2]-256 pp., avec des bandeaux et culs-de-lampe, demi-chagrin cerise, dos à nerfs orné, tranches mouchetées, premières couvertures abondamment illustrées conservées sous serpentes (reliure de l'époque). Bon exemplaire. Deux premières années (sur seulement trois) de cette étrange et rare publication, dont tous les articles sont dûs à Goffredo di Crollalanza (1855-1905), fils de l'héraldiste Giovan Battista di Crollalanza (1819-1892), et qui vécut quelques années en France comme journaliste et romancier. Les sujets ressortissent certes de l'héraldique, mais vue sous son côté piquant, amusant ou burlesque : animaux héraldiques, armoiries mythiques, le blason macabre, etc. L'année 1886 (absente ici) ne forme qu'un petit recueil de 116 pp. Absent de Saffroy. Grand-Carteret, Almanachs, 3141. Exemplaire du vicomte Oscar de Poli, avec vignette ex-libris contrecollée sur les premières gardes.
Bookseller: Librairie Historique F. Teissèdre
2013-12-15 20:19:06
Burton, Richard
London: Chatto and Windus, 1884. First edition. 4to. With illustrations. xl, 299 pp. Original grey pictorial cloth. Spine dark, rubbed, upper joint starting, inner hinges cracked. Good plus. Penzer pp. 107-112 "very scarce"; Thimm, p. 42
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2013-12-14 16:37:20
William T. Comstock, 1884. Very Good. 1/4/2011. First edition. Twelve issues bound in one volume (Volume 2: October 1883 to September 1884). Folio. 145pp. Illustrated throughout with plans, diagrams, figures, and 16 unnumbered "special" full page lithographic plates in each of the twelve numbers. Owner's small ink stamp: "L.D. Cleaveland, Architect" on the title page and contents page. Contemporary half morocco and cloth boards, gilt spine and raised bands, marbled endpapers, all edges marbled. Some scuffing to the morocco at the corners and edges board edges, very good. The text pages and plates are clean and tight. L.D. Cleaveland, a noted late 19th Century Chicago based architect, was Superintendent of Buildings for the State of Illinois. Very uncommon. *OCLC* locates only one copy in Canada. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [U.S.A.]
2013-12-11 11:09:34
Khayyam, Omar; Edward Fitzgerald (trans)
Houghton, Mifflin & Company, Boston, 1884. Near Fine with no dust jacket. First Edition Thus. First Printing. Hard Cover First, Limited Edition of 100 copies, of which this is No. 22, signed by Vedder, with ornamental title page and 56 magnificent full-page Illustrations. Brown flat-weave cloth over beveled boards; front cover with gilt lettering, dark brown-stamped ruled borders, symbolist design of vase, vine, swirl and stars, spine with gilt lettering & dark brown-stamped ruled borders and ornaments; gilt and dark brown embossed stamp on front cover, lower right 'V' ; slate coated endpapers; TEG, others untrimmed. Elephant Folio. Signed by Vedder on Limitation Page. In the ten months from May 1883 to March 1884, Elihu Vedder (1836-1923) completed a series of 54 drawings in pencil, ink, chalk, & watercolor to accompany this 1884 edition of the Rubaiyat. All of these original drawings, which were proclaimed a masterwork of American art, were included in a special exhibition of "Elihu Vedder's Drawings for the Rubaiyat" at the National Museum of American Art in 1998. The exhibition also included two first edition printings of this Rubaiyat with Vedder's "accompaniments." Vedder's edition was an instant success, selling out only six days after its debut in Boston on November 8, 1884. With the Rubaiyat, Vedder set the standard for artist-designed books in America and England. Critics rushed to acclaim it as a masterwork. Vedder is best known for his illustrations of this edition of The Rubaiyat. He died in Rome, Italy, in 1923. [Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Paint … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hard-to-Find Needlework Books
2013-12-11 06:48:02
Keats, John, 1795-1821
lvi, 349, p., portrait frontispiece; 19.5 cm. Bound by Bayntun of Bath in blue morocco, gold tooled, gilt edges; in slipcase; very good, gift quality. Stock#OB657.
Bookseller: The Owl at the Bridge
2013-12-10 16:06:49
Loftie, William John
Edward Stanford, London, 1884. Two volumes, 8º (197 x 135 mm.), pp. xxii, 447; 449. Illustrated with a total of 42 lithographs, many folding, several hand-coloured, including photolithographs of Ryther's map of 1604 and Rocque's maps of 1763. This is the second of two editions (the first was published in 1883) and the preferred edition, being enlarged and including the Ryther map. Bound in near contemporary full tan calf, (half-titles retained), marbled edges and endpapers, spines gilt with raised bands and morocco lettering-pieces, double gilt fillets on covers. Bookplates of F.W. Kingsford and the historian Hugh Sadler Kingsford in both volumes. The slightest wear to corners, internally perfectly clean and fresh, a fine set. (William John Loftie, (1839-1911), prolific and elegant writer on historical and antiquarian topics.)
Bookseller: Richard Smith [Aldershot, United Kingdom]
2013-12-09 02:51:33
Thoreau, Henry David
1884. Edited by H.G.O. Blake. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1884. Original green cloth with facsimile signature in gilt, beveled. First Edition, which consisted of only 1260 copies (WALDEN, in comparison, consisted of 2000 copies). This was the second of Thoreau's four "seasons" to be posthumously published from his journal; EARLY SPRING had come out in 1881, and WINTER and AUTUMN (curiously out of order) would come out in 1888 and 1892 respectively.~This is a bright copy, fine except for a trace of rubbing at the extremities -- and rather scarce in this condition. Bookplate of Henry Hornblower. Borst A9.1.a.; Blanck 20127.
Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman
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2013-12-05 15:57:35
Dombrowski, Raoul v.:
Wien, Gerold`s Sohn (1884).. Mit chromolith. Vortitel und 40 getönten lithograph. Tafeln 3 Bll., 132 S. OLwd. Folio. 33 x 26 cm. Schwenk 11.1337.01 (mit 3 Abb.). - Gering berieben und bestoßen. Tafeln im Rand tls. stockfleckig, sonst sehr gutes Exemplar
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2013-12-03 17:41:00
J. Reynolds & Sons. 174 Strand, W.C., London, 1884. Folding hand-coloured engraved map, 29 x 20 inches overall, dissected and laid on to linen. Pasted to inside cover is a 36 page London Guide including a small map of London, plus [4] pp. supplementary streets. Folding map bound into black cloth cover, with original buff printed paper label The map was first published in 1867. TOPOGRAPHY LONDON FOLDING MAPS TOPOGRAPHY LONDON 19TH CENTURY TOPOGRAPHY
Bookseller: Marrins Bookshop [Folkestone, KENT, United Kingdom]
2013-12-03 06:16:22
GREENE, William Thomas.
3 voll., in 8°gr., bella leg. edit. in t.tela verde-scuro, titoli impressi in oro sul dorso, fregi a secco sui piatti e sui dorsi, il piatto ant. reca impressa in oro la figura di un pappagallo, pp. X-144, pp.XIV-114, pp.VIII-144, taglio sup. dorato; 81 bellissime tavv. (27 per ogni volume) di pappagalli, inc.a colori su legno da Benjamin Fawcett, su dis. di Alexander Francis Lydon,, 3 tavv. fungono da antiporta. Ottimo non comune esemplare.BrM(NH), 730 (possiede solo i primi due voll.). Casey Wood p. 368. Fine Bird Books (ediz. ital.) p. 103. Nissen IVB, 393. Zimmer I, p. 274.Trattazione di 81 specie di Pappagalli (inclusi i Cacatua, le varie specie di Ara e i bellissimi Parrocchetti) con particolare attenzione al loro comportamento in cattività. Di ogni specie viene fornito il nome scientifico, la relativa sinonimia e il nome in varie lingue. Per alcune delle specie trattate vi sono delle notazioni di F. G. Dutton. I primi due volumi vennero pubbliati in diciotto parti: le prime sei nel 1883 e le rimanenti nel 1884, il vol. terzo apparve intero nel 1887. Un quarto volume, in due parti, mai completato e con nove tavole apparve nel 1888, ma è assai raro da trovare, al punto che Zimmer lo cita senza averlo mai visto e il Fine Bird Books non fa menzione del quarto volume. Dal punto di vista iconografico è una delle migliori opere prodotte nella seconda metà dell'ottocento sui pappagalli.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Naturalia
2013-11-29 04:10:49
Poe, Edgar Allan; Illustrated by Gustave Dore, with Comment by Edmund C. Stedman
New York, NY: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. Good+. 1884. Hardcover. Very tall hardback without dust jacket; pictorial grey cloth binding with black lettering on spine and front cover, cover art in black and gold; all page block edges gilt. Tight and square binding has been professionally restored, saving the original cloth but laying it down over new grey cloth-covered beveled boards; book also has new endpapers, and two caption pages have been restored that were missing 5-6" chips at their bottom outside corners (not affecting text). Original cloth of binding is very smudged and a little scuffed; pages have rather frequent finger smudges, not affecting the text or images, and penciled notes on one early blank page have been erased but have left faint traces. All pages have faint 2"-wide, 1/2"-deep dampstains at their top outside corners. We will ask you to pay the actual cost of shipping this large book if you request that it be shipped via Priority Mail or to places outside the U. S. ; Text of poem and 24 dark and sometimes creepy full-page illustrations by Gustave Dore, with captions on semi-transparent pages protecting the illustrations. All called-for text, plate, and caption pages are present. ; Folio 13" - 23" tall; 23+ 24 plate pages+23 caption pages pages .
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2013-11-28 09:03:14
Portsmouth: Griffin & Co., 1884. Portsmouth: Griffin & Co.,, 1884. also their Employment for Naval and Military Purposes. Quarto (300 x 238 mm). Near contemporary dark brown half morocco and light brown pebble-brained cloth, title gilt direct to the spine, low bands with a dotted roll, gilt, double rules to the compartments, that at the tail of the spine with the crests of the Library of the Parliament of New South Wales, as also to the upper board, marbled edges and endpapers. 53 plates. Just a little rubbed, some foxing throughout, but overall very good. First edition. Extremely uncommon promotional publication for Nordenfelt's guns; "When I commenced to write this treatise upon Machine Guns it was my intention to endeavour to give an unbiassed opinion about this subject in general; but I soon found it impossible to avoid comparisons, and I have therefore thought it better to give my own views, 'sans peur et sans reproche,' as to how perfect Machine Guns should be constructed …" (Preface). In Nordenfelt had migrated from Sweden to England in 1866 and established a company trading Swedish steel for finished rails. In 1875 he met the inventor Helge Palmkrantz who had recently patented a multi-barrel, lever-actuated, machine gun, became his backer and British agent, and persuaded Palmkrantz to name the gun the Nordenfelt Machine Gun. Subsequently Nordenfelt was pressured by Rothschild and Vickers to merge with Maxim, in 1888 becoming The Maxim Nordenfelt Guns and Ammunition Company. Personally bankrupt two years later Nordenfelt was forced out of the company, and moved to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2013-11-27 14:02:30
[WAGNER, Richard 1813-1883] Wagner Handbook for the Festival Concerts given in 1884 under the direction of Theodore Thomas
Cambridge University Press: John Wilson and Son. 1884. Small quarto. Full black morocco with spine in decorative compartments gilt, decorative gilt edging to both upper and lower boards. 1f. (frontispiece portrait of Theodore Thomas), 1f. (title), 1f. (named cast list), 3ff. (detailing concert programs of April 14-17, 1884, with named cast lists), pp. 13-112. Illustrated with occasional scenes from the operas, decorative initials and head- and tailpieces, etc. & & A presentation copy, with "Presented by Mrs. Amali[?e] [?Materna] as a souvenir of The Wagner Festival May 12th 1884" to verso of frontispiece, and the autograph signatures of Theodore Thomas, conductor (frontispiece), and the performers Emily Winant, contralto (p. 29), Christine Nilsson, soprano (p. 32), Hermann Winkelmann, tenor (p. 50), Theodore Toedt, tenor (p. 56), Franz Remmertz, bass (p. 62), Emma Juch, soprano (pp. 68 and 96), Emil Scaria, bass (p. 76), and Amalie Friedrich Materna, soprano (p. 82). Concert program details as follows:& - Monday Evening, April 14: [Excerpts from] Tannhäuser; Die Walküre; Siegfried& - Tuesday Evening, April 15: Symphony "Eroica"... Beethoven; [Excerpts from] Die Meistersinger& - Wednesday Afternoon, April 16: Centennial Exhibition March; [Excerpts from] Rheingold; Die Walküre& - Wednesday Evening, April 16: Huldigungsmarsch; [Excerpts from] Tristan and Isolde; Parsifal& - Thursday Afternoon, April 17: [Excerpts from] Flying Dutchman; Die Meistersinger; Parsifal; Die Walküre& - Thursda Evening, April 17: Symphony No. 5... Beethoven; Götterdämmerung Act III (complete)& & In ad … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC
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2013-11-27 07:33:35
Twain, Mark
Chatto & Windus 1884. . 1st Ed. xvi + 438pp. + 32pp. publ. list (dated October 1884). 174 ills. by E.W. Kemble. Light marginal browning, new, ex.-libris John H. Hill, original gilt lettered pictorial cloth, sympathetically recased, sm. light mark to head of upper board, very light darkening to edges and to sl. chipped spine, very sl. frayed corners, a nice copy. Precedes the American Edition. US$800
Bookseller: Francis Edwards Bookshop
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2013-11-26 12:49:06
Tolf äktenskapshistorier, med interview och förord. Stockholm, A. Bonniers boktryckeri, 1884. (6),293,(1) s. + STRINDBERG, AUGUST. Giftas. Aderton äktenskapshistorier, med förord. Andra delen. Helsingborg, Schmidts boktryckeri-AB, 1886. (4),XXIII,(3),250,(1) s. Två marmorerade hfrbd med upphöjda bind, gröna titeletiketter och övre guldsnitt. Övriga snitt endast putsade. Omslagen medbundna. Första delen med blyertsnoteringar på omslagets baksida. Återkommande, men mycket svaga, fuktränder överst i övermarginalen och ytterst i övre ytterhörnet. Trevligt exemplar ur Per Kjellanders bibliotek.. Zetterlund I:29 respektive I:32. Andra arbetets omslag med förlagsuppgift "Kungsholms bokhandel" på främre omslag och recensionsutdrag ur europeisk press på det bakre. (Till första delen finns inga kända variantomslag.) Novellerna i "Giftas" hör till det mest kontroversiella Strindberg producerade men även till det mest omtyckta. Den första samlingen blev som bekant, på grund av en raljant formulering rörande nattvarden, åtalad för "gäckeri av guds ord eller sakramenten" och belagd med kvarstad. Stadsfogden som kom till förlaget för att hämta böckerna fann dock bara ett par hundra av den i 4000 exemplar tryckta upplagan. Ryktet spreds snabbt och på de flesta håll såldes boken slut innan den hann beslagtas. Opinionen var på Strindbergs sida, och när han motvilligt reste från Ouchy i Schweiz till Stockholm för att svara i målet mottogs han som en hjälte på tågstationen. Rättens utslag blev också friande. Den andra novellsamlingen präglas av en bittrare ton, angreppsmålet har också förskjut … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2013-11-24 15:49:13
Paris, E. Plon, Nourrit et Cie, 1884 - 2 vol. in-12 (18,3 x 12 cm), brochés, couvertures jaunes imprimées en noir, faux-titre, titre, 334 pp., 1 f. n. ch., faux-titre, titre, 302 pp., sous emboitages. Édition originale française (pas de grand papier). Est joint une lettre autographe signée, sans date mais très probablement de 1884, incisive et pleine de discernement de J.-K. Huysmans adressée à [Gustave] Geffroy, critique d’art qui contribua à faire connaître les Impressionnistes, romancier et membre représentatif du groupe des naturalistes et fondateur de l’académie Goncourt : "Entendu mon cher Geffroy, pour le lundi, 2 février prochain, à l'heure dite. Avez-vous lu un admirable livre Crime et Chatiment de Dostoïevsky sinon - lisez, lisez - c'est un [fier] rude homme que ce russe ! C'est un fier tonique par ces temps d'Ohnet et de Nizet ! ah ! certes. Merci et bien à vous. J.-K. Huysmans". Exemplaire lavé, comportant quelques pâles rousseurs. Habiles restaurations aux couvertures. C'est probablement en réaction aux Béotiens, récit à clefs vilipendant ses anciens amis de La Jeune Belgique, également publié en 1884 que Huysmans s'en prend à son auteur Henri Nizet (1863 - 1925). Georges Ohnet, auteur à succès, notoirement opposé au naturalisme, fut fréquemment accroché dans la correspondance de J.-K. Huysmans. C'est en 1884 également que parait le maître livre de Huysmans, A Rebours. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Faustroll [France]
2013-11-23 17:13:47
Roumanille, Joseph, libraire, éditeur et écrivain provençal, fondateur du Félibrige (1818-1891).
S. l, 30. XII, 1884. 4p petit in-12 (65 lignes environ). Belle et amusante lettre adressé à Charles Vincens, mêlant quelques mots de provençal, commençant par "Seigneur Jour de l'an doré sur toutes ses tranches [...]", expression reprise un peu plus loin "Seigneur jour de l'an n'est point trop généreux cette année". "Tout n'est pas perdu [...]", souhaitant le succès d'ouvrages" enténébrés", "d'ancien régime". "Bono annado ! Dieu vous la donne ! à vous, couralamen".
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2013-11-21 00:17:37
JOULE, James Prescott
London: The Physical Society of London, Taylor and Francis, 1884 Book. Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 2 vols., 1884-1887, folding diagrams (some neat reinforcements to verso), illustrations, lacking portrait frontispiece, a couple of leaves with chips and marginal losses, later half calf. <br><br> Sparrow, Milestones of Science 113. - First Edition. Joule's papers, originally published in various learned journals and even in daily newspapers, are here collected: and they constitute a contribution to scientific progress hardly surpassed in the nineteenth century. The most important papers are those on the nature of heat: and Joule was the first to prove, what Mayer in 1842--45 assumed, the equivalence of heat produced to energy employed. Joule's Laws are the basis of the whole principle of the conservation of energy established by Helmholtz in 1847. Among the inventions thrown out in his researches are the galvanometer, the modern system of electrical units, the measurement of the velocity of a particle of gas, the modern system of electrical welding, the first displacement pump, and the absolute zero of temperature..
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2013-11-19 01:11:01
Hemyng, Bracebridge.
First Edition. London, John and Robert Maxwell, [1884]. 8°. 126 pages. Original Hardcover (half leather with gilt lettering on spine). Paper covered boards (marbled). Beautiful little binding in very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Endpaper signed by preowner. Extremely Rare ! Bracebridge Hemyng, popular English dime-novelist, or, as he would be called over there, writer of "bloods," was born in London in 1841, the eldest son of Dempster Hemyng of the English bar. Bracebridge was educated at Eton, then, following his father's footsteps, he entered the Middle Temple and was called to the bar in 1862. As a barrister, however, he was not a success. He had begun writing two years before, and contributed "The Curate of Invinsk" to the Morning Star. This being moderately successful, induced him to continue writing, and he soon turned out novels at a great rate, so that in the next twenty-five years he had some fifty to his credit. He began to write for Edwin J. Brett in London in 1868, and on July 23, 1871, the first of his "Jack Harkaway" stories appeared in the weekly Boys of England. It was reprinted in Frank Leslie's Boys' and Girls' Weekly in December of the same year. In 1873 Leslie engaged Hemyng to write exclusively for his papers,and paid him $10,000 a year. Hemyng, consequently, came to America and remained with Leslie for a number of years. In 1874 "Jack Harkaway in America" began in No. 379 of this paper. After some years Hemyng fell out with his publishers and returned to England, but in 1878, before leaving America, he had written two stories … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-18 21:28:34
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2013-11-17 10:30:16
Bookseller: Librairie Faustroll [Paris, France]
2013-11-17 10:30:16
Paris, Léon Vanier, 1884 - 18,4 x 12,2 cm, broché, couverture imprimée en rouge et noir, feuillet fin de brochage, faux-titre, titre, IV pp. (Avertissement), 56 pp., feuillet fin de brochage, 3 portraits hors-texte sur Chine, étui en demi-maroquin à nerfs. Édition originale dont le tirage fut limité à 253 exemplaires sur vélin blanc, illustrée de trois portraits gravés sur papier de Chine : Tristan Corbière en 1875, année de sa mort ; Arthur Rimbaud, d'après la photographie de Carjat (1871) ; Stéphane Mallarmé, d'après le tableau de Manet (1876). Premier ouvrage en prose de Verlaine, et son premier livre publié par Léon Vanier. Exemplaire de choix, broché, en très bel état. La plupart des exemplaires comportent des rousseurs, le nôtre en est exempt. Conservé dans un étui en demi-maroquin portant sur la première garde l'ex-libris de Robert von Hirsch. En dépit d'un tirage confidentiel, la mince plaquette eut un retentissement considérable. Elle consacrait la véritable apparition sur la scène littéraire de "ces précieux noms, dont l'un obscur, l'autre à demi-inconnu, l'autre méconnu" ; trois poètes présentés par Verlaine comme des maîtres. On y trouve notamment, en édition originale, six poèmes d'Arthur Rimbaud parmi les plus fameux : Voyelles, Oraison du soir, Les Assis, Les Effarés, Les Chercheuses de poux, Le Bateau ivre. Réf. bibliographiques : Clouzot, 267. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Faustroll [Paris, France]
2013-11-16 02:25:22
Johnson, Robert Underwood and Clarence Clough Buel (editors)
New York; (1884-1888): The Century Co. Grant-Lee Edition, four volumes in eight, Being for the most part contributions by Union and Confederate Officers based upon "The Century War Series" edited by Robert Underwood Johnson and Clarence Clough Buel, of the editorial staff of "The Century Magazine". Each volume contains several maps, illustrated by various artist and engravers including Thomas Moran, Winslow Homer, Joseph Pennell, Rufus F. Zogbaum, and others, The last volume contains an extensive index with a supplemental index. A handsome and worthwhile set bound in beige cloth, spine lettering gilt over brown, top edges gilt. A couple of slightly bumped corners otherwise nearly fine with no names or bookplates.. Small Quarto.
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2013-11-13 12:00:28
WARNER, Robert (1814-1896), Benjamin Samuel WILLIAMS (1824-1890) and others
London: B.S. Williams (I-VIII) and B.S. Williams & Son (IX-X), 1884. Volume 3 only (of 11), large quarto. (12 1/2 x 10 inches). Text complete and illustrated with 48 superb hand coloured lithograph plates of orchids numbered 97-144 - this volume complete and the plates extraordinarily clean.. Contemporary half blue morocco, a bit rubbed. This important record of the greatest orchid varieties discovered and described during the nineteenth century, with beautiful illustrations of the highest quality by John Nugent Fitch. This important work was published periodically by B.S. Williams from his nurseries in Holloway, London, from 1882 until his death in 1890. His son, Henry Williams, continued the publication. Its selection, based largely on the discoveries made during the nineteenth century, offers an unparalleled record of all the best orchid varieties before the impact of the captive-bred hybrids. The publisher notes, "The great advances which have been made within the last few years in the introduction and the cultivation of Exotic Orchids, have suggested the desirability of devoting a monthly publication to the illustration of the best forms of these singular and aristocratic plants, and also to the explanation of the most successful methods of growing them." In addition there are numerous notes given at the end of the specific descriptions about contemporary orchid collections, shows and growers in the United Kingdom and elsewhere. These offer a valuable glimpse into the world of the late-Victorian orchid enthusiast, and contain information, available no where else, that … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-11 21:03:21
Walling, A[lbert] G.
Portland, OR: A.G. Walling, 1884 545 pages of an early history of Southern Oregon with portrait engravings of contributors and views of landmark homes, some of which still exist, and county maps. Smith; Pacific Northwest Americana 10706. Bound in original three quarter black leather over black pebbled cloth covered boards with lettering and rule stamped in gilt with original tannish flowered endpapers. All edges of the text block stained in red. Professionally repaired hinges with new headbands. A near fine, exceptional copy not often found in such gorgeous condition. . First edition, first printing. Hardcover.
Bookseller: Robert Gavora, Fine & Rare Books [Talent, OR, U.S.A.]
2013-11-09 06:24:01
Scott, Walter
G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Some rubbing and fading to covers. Occasional foxing. Some annotation in two volumes Roxburgh Edition Red hardback cloth cover 190mm x 130mm (7" x 5"). 12000pp. engravings on steel and wood. N.B.: Heavy set - shipping supplement applies - please ask for shipping quote stating country of destination.
Bookseller: Barter Books
2013-11-09 06:24:01
Edwards, E Price
G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover lightly rubbed and bumped. Spine faded. Light foxing to eps. Small tear at fold of map with no impact on main illustration. Some columnar pencil notation. Book-plate on paste-down of Royal Forth Yacht Club with embossed stamp on title page. Contents tight First Edition Blue hardback embossed cloth cover 200mm x 140mm (8" x 6"). 192pp. 8 full page plates, 34 woodcuts and one large fold out coloured map.
Bookseller: Barter Books
2013-11-07 20:04:44
1884. 1. (DORE,GUSTAVE)illus. THE RAVEN by Edgar Allan Poe. NY: Harper & Brothers, 1884. Folio (15 x 18 1/2"), grey gilt pictorial cloth, all edges gilt, 23p. of text. Except for slight foxing to endpapers and half- title, this is in FINE CONDITION IN PUBLSHER'S BOX (some soil and repairs to box). First edition thus with a comment on the poem by Stedman and beautiful engraved title page by ELIHU VEDDER. Illustrated by Dore with 26 fantastic, detailed wood engraved plates with guards and 2 other text engravings. This is a lavish production, rarely found in such fine condition with the box.
Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc.
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2013-11-07 05:29:30
Edwards, E Price
London Longman's Green & Co 1884. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover lightly rubbed and bumped. Spine faded. Light foxing to eps. Small tear at fold of map with no impact on main illustration. Some columnar pencil notation. Book-plate on paste-down of Royal Forth Yacht Club with embossed stamp on title page. Contents tight First Edition Blue hardback embossed cloth cover 200mm x 140mm (8" x 6"). 192pp. 8 full page plates, 34 woodcuts and one large fold out coloured map.
Bookseller: Barter Books
2013-11-07 05:29:30
Edwards, E Price
London: Longman's Green & Co. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover lightly rubbed and bumped. Spine faded. Light foxing to eps. Small tear at fold of map with no impact on main illustration. Some columnar pencil notation. Book-plate on paste-down of Royal Forth Yacht Club with embossed stamp on title page. Contents tight. 1884. First Edition. Blue hardback embossed cloth cover. 200mm x 140mm (8" x 6"). 192pp. 8 full page plates, 34 woodcuts and one large fold out coloured map. .
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd
2013-11-03 12:33:12
Colenso, Frances Ellen.
William Ridgway, London, 1884. 8vo. 2 vols. 380 pp. 513 pp. c+p 2 port frontis, foredges lightly foxed and browned, some foxing to prelims and end papers otherwise light uniform browning, very good in original maroon cloth gilt, extremities rubbed, spine and extremities of boards sunned, partial fading on upper boards (from bookends) top and tail spine worn, corners lightly bumped and rubbed, 1" tear to cloth along lower hinge at top of spine on volume 1, good plus. further images on request. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Tombland Bookshop [Norwich, NFLK, United Kingdom]
2013-11-02 00:45:31
Subject: (Araldica). Firenze, Ulisse Diligenti, (1884) due volumi in-4 legature in mezza pelle moderna rossa con impress. ai dorsi, pp. nn. (alcune centinaia) con due frontespizi xilogr. col. a mano e 147 bellissime tavole in xilografia a piena pagina pure colorate a mano e raffiguranti stemmi nobiliari. Vol. I : Accursi - Aiossa - Alberti - Altemps - Andreoli - Angelini - Ansidei - Astengo - Avignonesi - Baccani - Baldi - Baldini - Bandini Piccolomini - Barbarigo - Barberini - Bargagli - Bartolommei - Baviera - Belforti - Bellini - Benini - Benvenuti - Berardi - Bernardi - Bernardini - Bertolli - Bertolotti Sequi - Bianchini - Bofondi - Bonaparte - Borromeo - Boselli - Bracci - Brunamonti - Bruschetti - Bufalini - Bulgarini - Cambi Importuni - Candida gi? Filangieri - Caracciolo - Carcani - Carranza - Cassibile - Cavalcab? - Cavaniglia - Celesia - Cerretani - Cesarini - Cilleni Nepis - Ciofi - Cirino - Cito - Cittadella Vigodarzere - Colocci - Corsini - Costanzo - Crisolini - D'Ancora - da Barberino - dal Pozzo Della Cisterna - de Bianchi - de Blasio - de Cillis - de Ferrariis - de Fornari - degli Oddi - della Chiesa - della Corte - di Marsciano - Donati - Donnini Alfani - Doria - Fabiani Beni - Fanelli Poli - Farrattini - Ferrari - Ferri - Filangeri - Franciarini - Frescobaldi - Francica Nava - Gabrielli - Gai - Galilei - Galli Tassi - Gambarini - Gandolfi. Vol. II : Gherardi - Ginori - Giudici - Grazioli - Grio - Lenzoni - Luzzi - Malaspina - Malavolti - Mancini - Manfrin - Marincola - Mastai Ferretti - Medici - Medici Tornaquinci - Meli Lupi - Memmi - Mieli - Migliorati … [Click Below for Full Description]
2013-10-31 14:12:35
Gioli Luigi dip. dis. e inc. (San Frediano a Settimo 1854 - Firenze 1947)
Firenze, Stab. Calcografico Achille Paris, 1884Incisione su rame, mm.355x568 alla battuta, ampi margini bianchi. Timbro a secco della Società di Incoraggiamento delle Belle Arti. Buona conservazione.
Bookseller: Taberna Libraria
2013-10-30 23:08:19
Coxon, Herbert
London: T. Fisher Unwin. Good; 8.5 x 5.5 Hardback in Good condition. Edgewear and bumped corners. . Minor damage to hinges. Former owner's names on front free end-paper.. 1884. Hardcover. Illustrated by 1 color plate, 10 black and white, map; GWO 2735. Scarce. One of the first English language books on Oriental Rugs.; 1; 75 pp. .
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2013-10-30 12:51:27
COZZENS, Frederic S. (1846-1928)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1884. Colour-printed lithograph, mounted on card. 14 3/8 x 20 5/8 inches. (of mount) 21 x 27 inches. Frederic Cozzens was one of America's greatest marine artists. Like nearly every other great marine artist, he was thoroughly acquainted with every aspect of ship construction and the art of sailing. He is best known for his paintings of great American yachts of the latter half of the 19th century, which were commissioned by many of New York's leading yachtsmen. In 1884, he expanded his audience by making a series of lithographs of his paintings. The first and most brilliant series was American Yachts, Their Clubs and Races from which this print comes. A Misty Morning, Drifting depicts the steamer Utowana gliding by the idle Nokomis, Crusader and Hildegard, which patiently drift in the calm waters of a windless morning. Jacobsen, Frederic Cozzens. Marine Painter, New York: 1982.
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
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