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2018-01-22 07:50:55
Sebastian Acosta Quintana
1884 - Planos de comunicaciones de las provincias de la isla de Cuba-Sebastian Acosta Quintana-1884. Encuadernación de tapa dura en tela (desgastada). En su interior contiene numerosos palnos desplegables. Medidas: 14 cm x 12 cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antigüedades Argar
2018-01-21 21:36:26
Falke, Jakob von
Berlin, Spermann o.J. 1884 - Bemerkungen: Tadellos erhaltene Originalausgabe. Beiliegend ein altes Exemplar (1917) einer Werbepostille Thüringer Zenral-Saat-Stelle. Jakob Ritter von Falke galt als Koryphäe seiner Zeit, die historistische Wiedergewinnung des Geistes der Renaissance auch in der Garten- und Landschaftskunst zur Anwendung zu bringen. Gerade seine geschichtswissenschaftliche Expertise bei mittelalterlischen Kunstgütern ließ ihn zum Verfechter der aus der Renaissance in die Moderne geretteten Auffasung werden, dass von den darstellenden Künsten die Gartenkunst ob ihrer Dreidimensionalität die Höchste sei. Von Falke war nach 1858 Bibliothekar und Direktor der Gemäldegalerie des Fürsten zu Lichtenstein und seit 1864 zugleich Kustos und Direktorstellvertreters am k. k. österreichischen Museum für Kunst und Industrie (dem heutigen Museum für angewandte Kunst). „Falke ist vielfach als Schriftsteller des kulturgeschichtlichen und kunstgewerblichen Faches mit großem Erfolg tätig gewesen, wobei ihm insbesondere eine seltene Gabe, die Resultate der wissenschaftlichen Forschung durch gediegene populäre Darstellung zum Gemeingut aller zu machen, Anerkennung erwarb.“ (wikipedia) Sein Werk „der Garten“ war seine letzte Publikation, geschrieben im Wissen eines umfassend geschichtskundlich gebildeten Geistes. Beschreibung: Halblederband der Zeit mit Rücken- und Lederrandvergoldungen. Format/ Einband 27,5 x 20,5 cm; Vor- und Nachsatz im Goldschmuckdruck; 159 Seiten/ 68 Abbildungen von Parkanlagen, Parkstilelementen und (vielen italienischen) Landschaften teil … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: BundesAkademieVerlag-Dr.Timmermanns [Wuppertal, Germany]
2018-01-21 06:31:24
Poe, Edgar Allan
Harper & Brothers, 1884. Folio. Very good minus in illustrated boards with wear to cloth at corners and spine ends, and about an inch by half-inch loss near bottom of spine. Light rubbing to boards but gilt and black cover illustration still clean and bright. Hinges sound. Pages (including 27 plates) clean and unmarked save for a closed tear to the third blank page, and some light edgewear and foxing to the "Nevermore" plate. A decent copy of a title rarely found in collectible condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Magus Books of Sacramento [Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-01-21 06:15:23
Liljefors, Bruno
1884, omslag+19 planschblad; 1885, omslag (svagt vid falsen)+17 planschblad, 25,5x22,5 cm, klotryggband, 2 årgångar i en volym.Vid sidan om måleriet gjorde Liljefors illustrationer för tidningar, tidskrifter o böcker. Han gjorde också ett eget album med karikatyrer som publicerade 1884. Det innehöll humoristiska scener ur pojk- o djurlivet o blev så uppskattat att han fick beställning på ytterligare ett album året därpå. R. Almqvist & J. Wiksell.
Bookseller: Gregers Antikvariat
2018-01-21 06:15:23
Liljefors, Bruno (1860-1939)
Svart tusch på papper. Signerad i bilden med initialer. Spår av vikning, lätt nötta kanter och någon kort bristning. 35,5 × 30 cm. Omslagsskiss till det första av två album Karrikatyrer som Bruno Liljefors utgav på eget bevåg i tjugoårsåldern 1884-85, och som återger "komiska situationer i djurvärlden med eller utan inblandning av pojkar" (Carl G. Laurin). Det publicerade omslaget pryds av samma motiv som här, dock i form av en akvarell. Häftena räknas i viss mån till svensk serietidningshistoria, och utgavs 1990 i faksimil med efterord av Teddy Brunius.
Bookseller: Lorenz B. Hatt
2018-01-21 02:37:43
George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Paul Pindar (1565–1650) was a merchant and, from 1611 to 1620, was Ambassador of King James I of England to the Ottoman Empire. Born in Wellingborough and educated at Wellingborough School Pindar entered trade as the apprentice to an Italian merchant in London. He later became involved when he received Company Articles to the Ottoman Empire on 27 September 1611. As secretary to the English ambassador in Constantinople he arrived in December 1611, eventually becoming ambassador himself. Pindar was present when the famous gift of an organ was made to the royal household by Ambassador Lello and he went on to become a favourite of Safiye Sultan the powerful mother of Sultan Mehmet III. The frontage of Paul Pindar's house on Bishopgate is preserved in the Victoria and Albert Museum. As ambassador he was "renowned for his generosity in educating young men at his own 'care and cost'" He was recalled on 25 January 1618 but did not leave until May 1620. Pindar was knighted by James I in 1623. A pamphlet published in London in 1642 states that Pindar saved the life of a felon named "Running Jack" who had been sentenced to death. The prisoner "was found to have bin such a notorious Malefactor, t … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-21 02:37:43
George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-21 02:37:43
George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-21 02:37:43
George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-21 02:37:43
George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-21 02:37:43
George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-21 02:37:43
George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-21 02:37:43
George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-21 02:37:43
George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-21 02:37:43
George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-20 20:59:58
Maine: Colby & Stuart, 1884. Fifth Edition. Hardcover. Good + overall. Compiled and Drawn from Official Plans and Actual Surveys. With a brief history of Maine compiled by Dr. W. B. Lapham. 25 pp and 27-96 pp maps, with Gray's New Map of the United States and Gray's New Map of the Hemispheres, Patron's Business Directory, 5th edition (105-111). Folio, 111 pp, original 3/4 brown leather, brown cloth board, gilt title on front, little rubbed and bumped with some markings on the cloth, some lifting of the cloth on the inner hinge, overall a good plus copy, with the Color maps (one folded) all very clean and bright. OCLC: 33598460.
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2018-01-20 15:23:49
ROCHAS (ALBERT DE) :
(Blois, Raoul Marchand), 1884 ; in-8, bradel demi-maroquin à coins havane, dos lisse, pièce de titre bleu nuit, premier plat de couverture en couleurs conservé (reliure de l'époque) ; frontispice par J. Tortat ; [2] ff. papier sulfuriséÊ: justification du tirage (Nº182/250), signé par A. de Rochas et R. Marchand et achevé d'imprimer ; 410 et 4 eaux-fortes (2 HT par Ulysse et H. Sauvage et 2 in-texte), 7 illustrations à pleine page, sur 46 variétés de papiers de toutes les couleurs. Pour nous donner une idée de ce qu'un imprimeur peut faire en dehors du noir et blanc, Albert de Rochas et Raoul Marchand, après l'exposé sur la couleur et le cercle chromatique, nous livrent un Çfeu d'artificeÈ d'encres et de papiers multicolores, avec de très délicates combinaisons et chaque fois un décor chromolithographié différent : on y trouve la Symphonie en Blanc Majeur de Théophile Gauthier imprimée en argent sur papier ivoire ; L'école buissonnière de Frédéric Mistral dans un large encadrement vert-olive et bleu-violet sur vergé crème d'Annonay ; La Rose de Ronsard, imprimée en bleu sur rose de Renage, encadrement rose et or ; Ballade de Villon en argent sur fond noir sur gris de Renage ; Idylle de Joseph Soulary en rouge dans un encadrement bleu foncé, sur jaune paille de Voiron ; Menu en vers de Charles Monselet, sur saumon de Voiron ; Sara la baigneuse de Victor Hugo imprimé en bleu sur ciel de Provence dans un encadrement ocre ; etc. Un chapitre est consacré à la composition et provenance des papiers avec une série d'échantillons collés de papiers anciens, du papyrus au Japon. Comme … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France, Lyon]
2018-01-20 14:15:51
Helms, Paul.
Bildlgrösse 15,5 x 11,5 cm, Blattgrösse: 31,5 x 21,8 cm. Unter Passepartout (32 x 25 cm). ¶ Eins von 50 numerierten Exemplaren des Holzschnittes aus dem Nachlass von Paul Helms (1884-1961), verso mit Nachlassstempel und Unterschrift von Ursula Philipp geb. Helms. - Im Vordergrund ein Fischerknabe auf der Reede, am der ein Torfkahn festgebunden ist; zwei weitere Segelboote sind im Hintergrund zu sehen. - Paul Helms hatte nach einer Lithographenlehre u.a. bei C. O. Czeschka studiert. Ab 1908 lehrte er an der Kunstgewerbeschule am Lerchenfeld in Hamburg. Die Grossstadt Hamburg, ihr Hafen und ihre Menschen wurden seine bevorzugten Sujets. Ab Mitte der 1950er Jahre wandte sich Helms von den graphischen Techniken der Ölmalerei zu (vor allem Landschaftsmalerei und Nord- und Ostseemotive)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Pabel [Hamburg, Germany]
2018-01-20 05:52:56
BORGNIS-DESBORDES (Gustave)
à sa famille. Saïgon, Hanoï, Chiu, Chu, Bac Hat, Viet Tri (pour la plupart) et s.l., 1884-1885, environ 170 pp., en grande majorité in-8, de nombreux passages ont été marqués au crayon, placé dans une boîte moderne de toile verte . Dictionnaire de biographie française, VI, 1104-1105. Numa Broc, Dictionnaire illustré des explorateurs français du XIXe siècle, Afrique, pp. 40-41.Ancien élève de l'Ecole Polytechnique, Gustave Borgnis-Desbordes (Provins, 1839 - Hanoï, 1900) fit une campagne en Cochinchine entre 1868 et 1871. Après son retour, il servit à l'inspection générale de l'artillerie de marine sous la direction du général Frébault. Puis il effectua, de 1880 à 1883, trois importantes campagnes dans le Haut-Sénégal et le Haut-Niger (le Mali actuel) qui établirent, d'une manière durable, la présence française dans la région. Promu colonel en 1883, il partit l'année suivante pour le Tonkin comme commandant de l'artillerie du corps expéditionnaire. La présente correspondance couvre la période du 16 septembre 1884 au 3 novembre 1885 : elle évoque la traversée jusqu'à Saïgon, l'installation à Hanoï, les combats contre les Chinois, les pertes en hommes et l'épidémie de choléra (mort du capitaine Pietri). Il est aussi question de la retraite précipitée de Lang Son (28 mars 1885), pour laquelle Borgnis-Desbordes rédigea un rapport concluant à la responsabilité du colonel Herbinger qui l'avait ordonnée, et qui provoqua, en France, la chute du ministère Jules Ferry. A l'issue de cette campagne, l'Annam et le Tonkin furent placés sous protectorat français. Parmi ces lettres, 15 sont … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Chamonal [France, Paris]
2018-01-20 05:37:51
VERNE, Jules.
Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington. 1884 - Front., map, plates, 32pp cata. (Oct. 1886). Orig. green pictorial cloth, blocked & lettered in black & gilt; v. sl. rubbing to extremities, but still a v.g. bright copy. Kéraban-le-Têtu, 1883. This is the FIRST ENGLISH EDITION of the first part; Part II, Scarpante the Spy was published by Sampson Low the following year. The Jules Verne Collectors? Bibliography suggests that both parts may not have been published until 1886, citing the fact that no copies have been seen with ads dated before October of that year. Myers states, ?the question remains whether or not there are copies with earlier dated ads.? However, we have seen a copy of the second part with ads clearly dated October 1884. Both English parts are extremely scarce. JVE V025. Myers 32. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Jarndyce, The 19th Century Booksellers
2018-01-20 04:38:02
Noyes, Alexander Dana (1862-1945)
Octavo, 35 letters, 484 manuscript pages, dated 26 October 1884 to 10 January 1885, letters mounted on stubs within a leather bound album, boards lacking, spine badly chipped, lettering on spine reads "Letters"; text block split, some leaves loose, edges of some letters chipped, several with slight tears, otherwise good, written in ink, in legible hand.Five of the letters are illustrated with cleverly rendered drawings to accompany Noyes' intelligent, lengthy, and astute observations of his travels. The small ink illustrations are of figures, caricatures, architecture, etc., for a total of twenty-eight illustrations. The letters are all signed by Noyes and addressed mainly to his parents, or his mother separately, with one letter to his brother, one to his grandfather, and several to a woman by the name of "Jenny," likely his sister Jane. The letters tend to be written from the various hotels in which Noyes was staying while traveling in Europe, including: Liverpool, Chester, London, Oxford, all in England; a couple of letters written while aboard the S.S. Venetia, which he took from England to Gibraltar; and from hotels in Seville, Cordoba, Granada, Madrid, and Barcelona in Spain, where he spent a lot of time. There are also a number of letters from Marseilles and Nice in Southern France; and Genoa and Florence in Northern Italy.Alexander Dana Noyes (1862-1945)Alexander Dana Noyes was a distinguished American financial columnist born in Montclair, New Jersey on 14 December 1862, the second of four sons and the third of six children born to merchant Charles Horace Noyes an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Brown Rare Books, LLC [US]
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2018-01-19 02:58:42
QUATREFAGES Armand de (Berthezène 1810 - Paris 1892).-
- Avec 209 gravures dans le texte et 1 carte. Paris. Baillière. 1884. Edition originale. In-8 (158 x 238mm) percaline de l'éditeur, XII, 644 pages et 16 pages de catalogue. Magnifique exemplaire dans une reliure d'Engel, percaline grise ornée sur le 1er plat d'une éclatante plaque de Souze représentant, en noir, un guerrier papou armé sur fond or, dos également illustré or et noir, double frise noire d'encadrement avec macaron au centre portant les initiales de l'éditeur, tranches laquées en rouge, gardes bleus. Dans un état exceptionnel. L'homme fossile. L'homme des époques paléolithique et néolithique. Les Malais et les Papouas. Les Papouas et les Négritos. Populations de la Mélanésie et de la Polynésie Occidentale. La Race Tasmanienne. La Guerre Noire (The Black War) en Tasmanie. Migrations polynésiennes. Maoris et Morioris. Les Todas. Les Finnois de Finlande. Carte des Migrations polynésiennes sur double page. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Les Vieux Ordinaires [France]
2018-01-18 17:50:37
Liu Lizhong
Used [Publisher: China Books & Periodicals] 1884
Bookseller: amazon.ca
2018-01-18 15:41:14
Brugsch, Heinrich:
Frankfurt an der Oder, Verlag Trowitzsch und Sohn, 1884. Groß-4°. 37,5 cm. IV, 240 Seiten. Original-Halblederband mit goldgeprägtem Rücken- und deckeltitel, Rundum-Goldschnitt. Erste Ausgabe. Kainsbacher (2016) Seite 68. Einband berieben und leicht bestoßen. Gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Orient / orient; Reiseliteratur, Reiseberichte / travel, exploration
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR
2018-01-18 12:54:07
DAUDET (Alphonse).
Paris, G. Charpentier et Cie, 1884, demi-maroquin moderne, à coins, dos à nerfs, plats de la couv. cons. (Canape). in-12 de (4)-337 pp. ; Edition originale.Un des 175 exemplaires sur papier de Hollande. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE PHILIPPE SERIGNAN [AVIGNON, France]
2018-01-18 07:31:59
the City of London Livery Companies' Commission
London - Printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode 1884 - A scarce report of the Royal Commission into the state of the City of London Livery Companies. Containing 'The Reports and Memoranda of the Commissioners' and 'The Oral Inquiry'. 'The Oral Enquiry' includes interviews with liverymen, charity commissioners, and representatives of educational establishments. 'Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty'. In 1880, aRoyal Commission was set up to investigate the alledged misuse of funds by the Livery Companies, and to assess their function in the modern state. The Commission took four years to prepare their findings, and no resultant action was taken. Nevertheless,the investigation encouraged the Companies to play a more active and useful role in the life of the country. Condition: In the original paper wraps. Externally, bumped, with faint marks. Slight loss to top and tail of spine. Internally, firmly bound, although strained in places. Some gatherings have browning. There is light foxing throughout. Avaluable primary source. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA
2018-01-18 03:47:04
George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-18 03:47:04
George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Sir Ernest George RA (13 Jun 1839–1922) was an English architect, landscape and architectural watercolour painter, and etcher. His London office was once called "The Eton of architects' offices". His pupils included Herbert Baker, Guy Dawber, John Bradshaw Gass, Edwin Lutyens and Ethel Charles. In the 1870s in partnership with Harold Peto, George designed houses in London for the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea and Kensington, and a number of country houses. In 1881 they designed Stoodleigh Court at Tiverton for Thomas Carew. In 1891 they designed an extension to West Dean House for William James, creating the Oak Room, now Oak Hall in West Dean College. Between 1870 and 1911 George designed several houses with his former pupil, Alfred B. Yeates. In New Zealand, which he never visited, he designed the Theomin family house Olveston in Dunedin which was built 1904-07. He was also responsible for the current Southwark Bridge (1921), and the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice in London's Postman's Park. He served as president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1908 to 1910. In the late 19th century, George trained Ethel Charles, the first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Inst … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-17 22:56:40
George, Sir Ernest. (1839-1922).
London, The Fine Art Society. 1884 - Sprache: English Original Etching. 26 cm x 37 cm. Original, vintage etching by Sir Ernest George. Signed in the plate, not in pencil ! Only very faint signs of some foxing. Mounted, ready to be framed. With descriptive Letterpress by Ernest George (included is a wonderful historic explanation regarding this old location in London by Ernest George). Wych Street was a street in London, roughly where Australia House now stands on Aldwych. It ran west from the church of St Clement Danes on the Strand to a point towards the southern end of Drury Lane. The street was demolished by the London County Council in around 1901, as part of the redevelopment that created the Kingsway and Aldwych. The area around Drury Lane was not affected by the Great Fire of London, and contained decrepit Elizabethan houses, with projecting wooden jetties. The Angel Inn public house was at the bottom of Wych Street, by the Strand. To the west, about halfway along on the north side, was the New Inn, an Inn of Chancery where Sir Thomas More received his early legal education, and, to the south, Lyon's Inn, another Inn of Chancery where Sir Edward Coke was a reader in 1578, which was replaced by a Globe Theatre and the Opera Comique in c.1863. At the western end was Drury House, the house of Sir Robert Drury, from which Drury Lane took its name, later rebuilt as Craven House by Lord Craven, and finally turned into a public house, the "Queen of Bohemia", named after Lord Craven's mistress, Elizabeth of Bohemia, the daughter of James I. This building was later demolished … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-17 03:41:16
MANNING, MAXWELL & MOORE (ed.).
New York September 1884. 4°. Publisher's cloth binding with some signs of use. 660 pages. Somewhat loose copy. Previous owner's name. Old library stamp.
Bookseller: Mandøes Antikvariat [DK]
2018-01-17 03:15:34
Sloan, Robert W
Sloan, Robert W. Utah Gazetteer and Directory of Logan, Ogden, Provo and Salt Lake Cities for 1884 with folding color map. Salt Lake City: NP, 1884. 1st edition. 634pp. Indexed. Illustrated. Small 4to. Deep green cloth. Book condition: Very good but gilt has faded from spine and edges are lightly rubbed and bumped. Foot of backstrip is gently frayed. Endsheets are lightly soiled. Folding map and chart are in very good condition . The map has light soiling and a few misfolds. Our copy contains the folding color map of Utah that is frequently missing. It measures roughly 14 x 20 inches. Also a folout chart showing property values by counties and tax rates. This copy once belonged to Utah Supreme Court Judge David W. Moffat. It is inscribed by him in his characteristically bold manner, diagonally across the title page with his thoughts on ownership including statements about knowing Sloan and Dunbar and family information contained in the book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Weller Book Works, A.B.A.A. [Salt Lake City, UT, U.S.A.]
2018-01-17 03:15:33
Sloan, Robert W.
Herald Printing, 1884. Herald Printing. Sloan, Robert W.. Utah Gazetteer and Directory of Logan, Ogden, and Salt Lake Cities for 1884. John T. Caine copy. SLC: Herald Printing, 1884. 1st edition. 634pp. Indexed. Illustrated. Small 4to. Green cloth. Book condition: Very good with lightly bumped corners, fading of gilt and a very old paper library label on spine. Another old label is on the front pastedown. Endsheets are soiled. Pages are quite clean but yellowed at edges.The color folding map is in very good condition with a few small discreet paper tape repairs. Ex-libris John T. Caine with his signature on front free endsheet and title page. Caine was an early LDS pioneer, active in Utah Theater, Salt Lake City Recorder and Utah's 4th congressional delegate. Rare in good condition with map. . Very Good. 1884.
Bookseller: Weller Book Works ABAA/ILAB [U.S.A.]
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2018-01-16 21:06:05
Bancroft, Hubert Howe.
The History Company. 1884 - 1890., San Francisco. Heavy set, requires extra postage. Owner's name to pastedown, some wear to front hinge of vol 1, otherwise very good. 8vo. Contemporary full speckled natural calf, black spine labels, gilt spine title, marbled edges. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Zephyr Books [Reno, NV, U.S.A.]
2018-01-16 20:22:51
Joseph, Paul
Wien, 1884. 8vo, original vivid blue cloth lettered and decorated in silver; all page edges silver. 110 pages; 2 fine plates of coins. Previous owner's stamp; near fine. Rare, still important, and quite charming. Clain-Stefanelli 9414. Ex Stack's library.
Bookseller: Kolbe & Fanning
2018-01-16 20:22:51
Joseph, Paul
Wien, 1884. 8vo, original vivid blue cloth lettered and decorated in silver; all page edges silver. 110 pages; 2 fine plates of coins. Previous owner's stamp; near fine. Rare, still important, and quite charming. Clain-Stefanelli 9414. Ex Stack's library.
Bookseller: Kolbe & Fanning
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2018-01-16 19:16:22
Greely Expedition.
Washington: GPO, 1884. sep 22 2017. 310, 265 pp. b/w photo plates, folding maps. "Voluminous documentation on the bungled attempt to rescue Greely and his men. The rescue expedition consisted of the Yantic and the Proteus, the latter being lost in Kane Basin. The head of the expedition never followed his orders for re-supplying Greely" -. Arctic Bib 18416. A very good copy in quarter calf over boards.
Bookseller: Ten Pound Island Book Co. [U.S.A.]
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2018-01-16 17:13:30
MODESTO PÉREZ - PABLO NOUGUÉS
PERLADO, PÁEZ Y COMPAÑIA 1884 - 215 págs - - ILUSTRACIONES EN BLANCO Y NEGRO [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MARIANO RAPINO
2018-01-16 13:47:17
BÉQUET (Étienne)
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2018-01-16 12:09:45
Das Velociped vor 80 Jahren und heute." (3 Ansichten auf einem Blatt) -
1884. (Hand-coloured Wood-engraving) kolorierter Holzstich nach G. Franz; ca. 32 x 24 cm // Gut erhaltenes Blatt. In good state
Bookseller: Antiquariat Kurt Pflugmacher [Wasserburg am Inn, Germany]
2018-01-15 23:18:41
Paz, Ireneo
Imprenta de Ireneo Paz, México, 1884. 247p. 28x19cm.Tapa dura marmoleada con lomo en piel, en buen estado. Desgarros y pequeños faltantes de papel en el margen externo de algunas hojas, casi sin afectar al texto. Biografía de Porfirio Díaz y recuento de sus principales obras como Presidente de México. Muy rara. No se encuentran registros de venta en subastas públicas. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Urbe [Ciudad de México, DF, Mexico]
2018-01-15 20:11:49
Jewett, Sarah Orne
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1884. First edition. Inscribed on the front fly leaf: "Lily Fairchild, With love from Sarah O. Jewett, 21 November 1883." Original publisher's brown and green cloth binding; minor shelf wear to head and crown of spine; small bumps to corners; small mark to back cover. Small tear to rear joint but text block fully attached and tight. Internally unmarked and clean. Near Fine Condition. A rare copy of Jewett's short story collection, which she wrote and published in the early years of her relationship with Annie Fields. Jewett and Fields' life together was notably enriched by the creative and intellectually engaging circle of women with whom they surrounded themselves. Among these were Sally Fairchild and her mother, the famed poet and novelist Lily Fairchild (nom de plume C. A. Price) who oversaw an artistic salon in Boston. It is to Lily that Jewett inscribed this copy, presenting it before the book's official release in 1884. The Mate of the Daylight received contemporary acclaim for its vivid representation of New Englanders' lives. "Besides the pretty idyl which gives the title, there are other two of her best pieces, delineating country ways and character, the men and women who figure in them being so true to life that one can almost point out their like in any rural neighborhood. Could anything be more real than the incidents and human nature in these?" (Literary World). Jewett's correspondence with Sally and Lily Fairchild has been documented and preserved by Coe College.
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books
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2018-01-15 16:43:05
Photographie originale / Original photograph
1884 - Photographie,Vintage albumen print // Circa 1884 // Tirage albuminé // Format (cm): 22x28
Bookseller: photovintagefrance
2018-01-15 15:01:21
Emile Zola
Jouaust, Librairie des bibliophiles, 1884. 1ère édition illustrée, 2 volumes en in-8 reliés, (iv+261)(287) pages. Belle reliure en demi maroquin rouge, plats marbrés, dos lisse avec titre/auteur/tomaison dorés, tête dorée, couvertures conservées, sur beau papier après 250 exemplaires sur grand papier, bandeaux et lettrines. Reliure signée Magnin. De légers frottements d'usage sur les chasses et les coins. Livres solides, d'une belle fraîcheur, très bon état vu l'époque. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: L'Echo du Temps [Fontaine sous Jouy, France]
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