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        THE CHERSONESE: With the Gilding Off.

      London 1885, Bentley. Green pictorial cloth, very good, two. vol. set, 273+250p., 2 wooducts, bookplate, very clean and. crisp copy of a very R A R E B O O K !!. A WONDERFUL PRIMARY RESOURCE ON EARLY MALAYA "It was in May 1876, that Sir William Jervois, then Governor of the Straits Settlements, offered the post of collector & magistrat at Langat, in the Malay native States to Mr. James Innes, ex-treasurer of Sarawak..." This work is Mrs. Innes primary resource on her life and activities. Covers Langat, her occupations, Mr. Innes's occupations, Malay manners & Dress, cholera & tigers. Of Tunku Dia Udin, while alone, and the flowers & insects. The unsophisticated natives, food, Durian Sabatang, Pangkor, after the murder. Visits to Perak & home, Langat again, boycotting, our last year, resignat- ion. A lively account of Malaya, the natives, amahs & life in general there. She states "If I had no children nothing should induce me to let an ayah into the house...after try- ing 2-3 ayahs gave up in despair. Because they spend a great part of their time making love to the men-servants...in Sin- gapore they are of a higher class & this does not happen" ! Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        The Marriage of Heaven and Hell

      London: Quaritch, 1885. No. 4 of 50 copies. William Muir facsimile. 27 leaves in color. 1 vols. Small folio. Twentieth century quarter green calf, original printed wrappers bound in at back. Label a bit scuffed, a wrinkle in margin of a few leaves. Very good plus. No. 4 of 50 copies. William Muir facsimile. 27 leaves in color. 1 vols. Small folio. Reproduces copy A, the Beckford Harvard copy. With an additional facsimile of Blake's Index to the Songs of Innocence and of Experience, an uncolored plate, The Divine Image; signed by Muir inside back wrapper, with notes and prices of forthcoming titles. Bentley 249c

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1885 - 1885 Wisden Paperback, fascimile spine, Rear Cover , 1 page

      1885. Hi, This is an 1885 Original Paperback Wisden, in good to very good condition. This Wisden is an original paperback but I have had the last page and the rear cover and the spine restored by a proffesional. The original parts to the book are very nice, the cover is bright although some tape marks close to the spine, internally very nice apart from the final original page which has some tape residue to both sides for about 1cm. Rare Wisden. Please see the large pictures. More available on request. A rare addition to any collection. Payment by Paypal but cheque, card and BACS preferred

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        ALMANACK For 1886

      London: George Routledge & Sons, 1885. 1st edition (Schuster 6.4a; Thompson/DPL 50a). Olive green glazed pictorial boards over orange cloth spine. Blue edgestain. Bright yellow eps. Printed buff paper dust jacket. A VG [or better] copy with a scarce Abt VG jacket, with has some restoration to the spine verso & rear flap.. Unpaginated, though 24 pp. Color illustrations by Greenaway, printed by Edmund Evans. 24mo. 4" x 3"

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        The Works of William Shakespeare (in Ten Volumes ) - complete edition.

      Sonnenschein London 1885 ( Escheinungszeitraum 1885 - 1886 ) Fifth Edition. Mit XII und zusammen ca. 5000 Seiten sowie 3 Tafeln. Die Bände jeweils in braunem Ohldr mit goldgeprägtem schmalen Einbandrücken, marmorierten Vorsatzpapieren und marmoriertem Buchschnitt, 8° ( 22,5 x 14,5 cm ). Band 1 mit kleiner Beschädigung am Vorderdeckel, 2 Einbände gering fleckig, innen wenige Seiten gering fleckig. Insgesamt guter und dekorativer Zustand. Zusammen 10 Bände. ( Gesamtgewicht ca. 10500 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Shakespeare, Works, Edition, Sonnenschein, Google, Halbleder

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        A Child's Garden of Verses.

      London: Longmans, Green, and Co.,, 1885. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine gilt, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. With a custom green linen chemise and green quarter morocco slipcase. Spine rolled, edges lightly rubbed, a little spotting to contents. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression. One of only 1,000 copies published.

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        A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy

      George Routledge and Sons, Broadway, Ludgate Hill, London & New York 1885 - Leloir, Maurice. Number 437 of 550 copies printed by H. Launtte, Librairie Artistique, Paris for George Routledge. With 12 full-page photogravure plates ("by the Goupil process") and numerous sketches throughout the text by Maurice Leloir. 1 vols. 4to (12 1/2 x ( inches). A Modern French Master Illustrator. Fine, attractive copy of this beautifully illustrated book, masterfully incorporating his drawings with the text, in style of Johannot. Leloir (1853-1940) was one of the true professionals in the history of French illustration. Books with his designs appeared over five decades. Working by preference with stories laid in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, he was at pains to make his costumes as accurate as possible. It was his celebrity in this field, indeed, which led Douglas Fairbanks to bring him to Hollywood as artistic director of The Iron Mask (1929). His illustrations are abundant, precise, and objective." -Ray, French Illustrated Books.As for A Sentimental Journey, one of his masterpieces, Ray observes that "every episode in Sterne's short text finds its appropriate visual commentary." Ray 292 (French ed.) Bound in full blue contemporary morocco, gilt lettered spine, gilt dentelles, t.e.g., original chromolithographed wrappers bound in. About fine With 12 full-page photogravure plates ("by the Goupil process") and numerous sketches throughout the text by Maurice Leloir. 1 vols. 4to (12 1/2 x ( inches) Number 437 of 550 copies printed by H. Launtte, Librairie Artistique, Paris for George Routledge

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        Songs of Innocence; WITH: Songs of Experience

      Edmonton, London: William Muir, 1885. First color reproductions of William Blake's illuminated Songs of Innocence (1789) and Songs of Experience (1794), preceded only by the hand-colored copies printed by Blake himself. Startlingly vivid and direct, these short visionary lyrics include "The Lamb," "Night," "The Chimney Sweeper," "The Clod and the Pebble," "Ah! Sunflower," "London," and "The Tiger": "When the stars threw down their spears, / And watered heaven with their tears, / Did he smile his work to see? / Did He, Who made the lamb, make thee?" Few nineteenth-century readers had any sense of how Blake's poems were originally presented, each text etched within a vividly hand-colored image in the technique Blake called "illuminated printing." In 1884, William Muir set out to produce a series of color reproductions of Blake's illuminated works, beginning with Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience. Working in lithography, he printed fifty copies of each volume, which were then colored by hand in imitation of Blake's originals. For Songs of Innocence, Muir followed the example of the Pearson copy (originally presented by Blake to Flaxman), and for Songs of Experience, the Beckford copy. This set comprises number 49 of Songs of Innocence and number 32 of Songs of Experience, both copies signed and numbered by Muir, and marks an important step in the popular and critical recognition of Blake's originality. Fine bright copies of landmarks in English Romanticism. Two large quarto volumes, measuring 9 by 11 inches, original blue-grey wrappers with white paper spines, manuscript titles, tissue guards, uncut. Prefaces in both volumes; 33 hand-colored lithographs in Songs of Innocence, including colophon; 28 hand-colored lithographs in Songs of Experience; general title to both works in Songs of Experience. Light edgewear to wrappers of both volumes, Songs of Experience disbound. Housed together in custom chemises and half-morocco slipcase.

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        Calcutta.

      Calcutta, ca. 1885. - Album mit 56 eingesteckten Originalfotografien aus Calcutta und Umgebung. Die Fotographien teils mit gedruckter monierter Betitelung, teils mit Bleistift bezeichnet, im Format ca. 10 x 16 cm (38) und ca. 13,5 x 21 cm (18) in Leinenalbum der Zeit, 27,5 x 36,5 cm, Das Album leicht berieben, die Aufnahmen von guter Qualität, Vorsatz mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk "Walter C. L. Floyd", 37 Elliot Road, Calcutta - 1885". Schönes Album mit Aufnahmen des Regierungsbezirkes in Calcutta, vielen Strassen- und Hafenszenen, mehrere Aufnahmen aus der ca. 35 Kilometer nördlich von Calcutta gelegenen französischen Enklave Chandannagar.

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        The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

      Charles L. Webster, 1885 A rebound version of the original full sheepskin edition. First Edition, first printing, with all of the earliest first issue points, and the only edition with the censored illustration (with the bulging fly) on page 283 (the original conjugate page, not the cancel that appears in all other first editions). The scarcest and earliest version of this title, here skillfully rebound retaining the look of the original sheepskin binding. With 174 illustrations by E. W. Kemble. BAL 3415. Comes in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket.

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        The birds of Haiti and San Domingo

      Estes & Lauriat, Boston 1885 - Edition limited to 300 copies for subscribers, 4to, 4 parts in one, pp. 198; 1 map and 22 hand-colored plates; slightly later 3/4 dark maroon morocco with gilt-lettered spine, all original wrappers bound in at the end, an ex-library copy with minor wear to extremities and rubbed area on spine from removal of call numbers, some spotting to plates, still a very good copy. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        FROM HOME TO HOME: AUTUMN WANDERINGS IN THE NORTH-WEST IN THE YEARS 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884

      Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1885., 1885. First edition. 8vo. Pictorial blue cloth, titles stamped in gold gilt on the front cover and spine, dark brown front and rear endpapers, vii [3], 432 pp., + 32 pp. of advertisements, frontispiece (From Home To Home), illustrated from sketches by Mrs. Staveley Hill, and photographs by the author, plates, two folding maps. One map is of railroads serving the northern U. S. and Canada and the other points out locations of Indian tribes in the northern U. S. and Canada. Much on the development and trials and tribulations of an important Canadian Ranch. Peel 821 says, "The author was managing director of Oxley Ranch, an unbusinesslike English company. This book should be read in conjunction with RANCHING WITH LORDS AND COMMONS by J. R. Craig, the ranch foreman." Maps are in fine condition, former owner's bookplate on front pastedown sheet, else a very good, tight copy with all plates and tissues intact.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1885 - 1885 Original Paperback Wisden. Very Good Condition!

      1885. Hi, This lot is an 1885 Original Paperback Wisden. It has the Original Spine Paper without any Restoration. It is in Very Good Condition for the year and was in my set for a long time. The spine paper is excellent, just some minimal wear the corners. The book is very tightly bound, the covers are nice and bright and clean, the only downside is an inch crack to the spine paper but the book is still very tightly bound. Internally it is very nice and clean and hasn't been opened for a while. Minimal spotting. Tiny rounding of cover corners with minor thumbing. No restoration and a great Wisden. Please see the large pictures. More available on request. Buy-it-now. More Photos on request.

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        Visions of the Daughters of Albion

      [Edmonton, 1885. No. 39 of 50 copies, on Hodgkinson wove paper. William Muir facsimile. Preface and 11 hand-colored plates. 1 vols. 4to. Full dark green levant, preserving wrappers, with an unrecorded folding announcement from Muir bound in at front. No. 39 of 50 copies, on Hodgkinson wove paper. William Muir facsimile. Preface and 11 hand-colored plates. 1 vols. 4to. Muir Facsimile. Bentley 249c

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        A plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights' entertainments. Now entituled: The book of a thousand nights and a night - with introduction, explanatory notes on the manners and customs of Moslem men./ by Richard Burton [complete in 17 volumes]

      [London] : Printed by the Burton club for private subscribers only, [1885-1888] - Limited edition of 1,000 numbered sets, of which this is no. 665. Good to very good copies in the original cloth. Title-printed spine labels, slightly edge-worn. Varying degrees of wear and fraying to the spine bands. Remains quite well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; Physical description: 17 v. : fronts., plates. ; 24 cm. 0 pp. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 226708. 15 Kg. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Adventures of Huckleberry Finn … by Mark Twain

      New York: Charles L. Webster and Company, 1885. First American edition, first issue. Illustrations by E. W. Kemble. 1 vols. 8vo. Publisher's deluxe half morocco, marbled edges and endsheets. Finely rebacked, preserving original spine, small repairs to spine ends and to last two letters in name panel. Custom morocco slipcase and chemise. First American edition, first issue. Illustrations by E. W. Kemble. 1 vols. 8vo. Earliest Presentation Copy of the Published 'Huck'. Presentation inscription from Clemens to his agent Pond on the front fly leaf: "To Major J.B. Pond, with the affection of Mark Twain Feb. 21/85". Clemens had planned a sequel for 'Tom Sawyer' (1876) almost immediately, yet the book required nearly a decade of great effort before he found his way. 'Adventures of Huckleberry Finn' was intended for simultaneous publication in America and in the British territories in December 1884, but the defacement of the Uncle Silas plate altered the production schedule for the American edition. A dozen pre-publication copies were hastily bound in green cloth in December 1884 to secure copyright, and Clemens presented a copy bound in sheep to his wife at Christmas. Publication day for 'Huck' was 18 February 1885, in a first printing of 30,000 copies: in green or blue cloth ($2.75), sheepskin library binding ($3.25), or in a deluxe half morocco binding with marbled edges ($4.25). Clemens had been on a highly successful reading tour with George Washington Cable, and wrote Webster from Indianapolis (in a letter dated 8 February) "You know I read in Brooklyn Feb. 21 - I shall want to see you at the Everett that day … You can bring a Huck Finn in a nice binding …" In other correspondence leading up to the New York visit, Clemens repeats his request for copies. He was in Saratoga on 20 February before coming to New York City. Webster had to have brought the present copy in the deluxe binding to the Everett Hotel, where the author inscribed it to the impresario for the reading tour, Major James B. Pond. On the leaf opposite, Pond later recalled the circumstances of the inscription when he gave the book to his son in 1897 … "the great Twain-Cable combination under my management …'Mark' showed me the book, & asked me if I wanted it, Yes, said I, I would very much prize the first copy of one of your books …" The book sold well although early critical response was hostile. The book's reputation has grown, and Ernest Hemingway famously declared: "All modern literature comes from one book by Mark Twain." A landmark presentation copy of the greatest American novel of the nineteenth century. BAL 3415; Grolier American 87

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        The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

      Webster, 1885 The very rare first edition in publisher's sheepskin, with the first issue point of the original censored drawing with the unaltered fly. Signed and dated by the author on a laid-in small card. Very good condition, front cover partially detached from spine. Housed in a handsome quarter-leather custom-make collector's clamshell case.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket.

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        THE OFFICIAL STATE ATLAS OF NEBRASKA. COMPILED FROM GOVERNMENT SURVEYS, COUNTY RECORDS, AND PERSONAL INVESTIGATIONS

      Philadelphia: Everts & Kirk, 1885. Large folio. Later three-quarter leather over original cloth boards, cover gilt. Extremities rubbed, edges of boards lightly worn. Some leaves with small edge tears. Minor dampstaining at bottom edge. About very good. State atlas of Nebraska, showing detailed maps of all the counties and cities, with information on the major landowners and views of important places in the state. Some maps are double-page or full-page, for counties and large cities, while some pages have up to six smaller maps of smaller communities. The extra leaves of text give statistical information on each of the counties, as well as a list of "leading farmers and land owners...who have assisted in the publication of the official state atlas of Nebraska." Views include the homes of prominent citizens, the University of Nebraska, and the State Insane Asylum. Other views show ranches, complete with insets of prized livestock. Rumsey notes that this is the only atlas of Nebraska published in the 19th century. A remarkable record of the state. PHILLIPS ATLASES 2107. RUMSEY 2719.

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        Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer's Comrade)

      Charles L. Webster And Company,, New York: 1885 - First Printing A professionally re-backed copy in very good+ condition with the original decorated green cloth back strip and cloth covered boards with gilt and black text on the spine and the same on the front board. The original end sheets have been retained with new front and rear hinges. An early prior owner's name ("L. W. Jordan of Balto" MD March 10th 1885) appears on the second free end page in pencil. The text block is tight and complete with occasional spots of foxing and soiling throughout. An octavo measuring 8 1/2" by 6 1/2" with the tips of the boards previously bumped and repaired and with the preliminaries (up to the title page) lightly soiled and tanned. This volume is a mixed state first printing of the first edition as the title-leaf, with an 1884 copyright date, is bound in. On page [9] under "Chapter V" the reading is "Huck Decided to Leave." The illustration "Him and Another Man" is listed as being on page 88 where in this case the illustration appears on page 87 (1st state). The 11th line from the bottom of page 57 reads "with the was" (1st state). The second "5" of the page number "155" is missing (1st state). Considered to be Mark Twain's masterpiece and for generations known as a true American classic . (BAL 3415; MacDonnell, Firsts Magazine Sept. 1998; Peter Parley to Penrod, pp. 75-76; McBride, pp. 92-121) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Reports of Explorations and Surveys, To Ascertain the Most Practicable and Economical Route for a Railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. Made Under the Direction of the Secreatry of War, in 1853-4, According to Acts of Congress of March 3, 1853, May 31, 1854, and August 5, 1854

      A.O.P. Nicholson Printer, Washington, D.C. 1885 - First Edition, in mixed state Senate and House issues of the most massive compilations of exploration reports and scientific data ever published about the Trans-Mississippi West. Published by the Federal Government at the urging of Secretary of War Jefferson Davis, and the result of numerous reconnaissance surveys of exploring four major routes surveyed for the expanding Pacific Railroad. These reports represent the first attempt at a comprehensive, systematic geographical exploration of the Western regions of America, and made possible the first reasonably accurate topographical maps of the West. The plates, maps and tables depict scenery, native inhabitants, fossils, archeology, flora and fauna. Many of the plates include such famous early images as the View of the Los Angeles Pueblo, Fort Vancouver, Washington Territory are still considered some of the best early sources of information on the Pacific Northwest, the Puget Sound, and the tribes of the Washington Territory. Of the eleven official artists, the most prominent is the renowned John M. Stanley (1814-1872) most widely known for his portraits on Native Americans and their way of life. Warren's Map of the Territory of the United States from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean (Vol XI) was considered by Howes the best cartographic al work on the west up to its time, and was used for 25 years following as the definitive reference. The collation of this epic survey is complicated and varies, but stated in Wagner- Camp "despite their flaws, these volumes contain a monumental collection of scientific information, geographical, zoological, botanical, geological of the still mysterious American West. Upon first examination, the volumes seem forbiddingly disorganized, however these faults are amply compensated by the richness of material within." Twelve Volumes bound in Thirteen. A spectacular set recently professionally rebound by Richard Smart, of Old English Bindery. Quarto's 11.5 inches in height by 9.75 inches in width, uniformly bound in half black calf over black/blue smooth weave cloth, simply a beautiful and stately presentation, spines with four raised bands with compartments framed in gilt windows, spine titles in gilt as well as volume Roman numerals , War Department stamped in gilt at the heel of each volume. Gilt rule on leather corner edges as well as seam where spine and cloth meet on boards. New paste downs and end papers. Interior is much cleaner than usually found with well struck plates, maps in superior condition, many never unfolded. Some light sporadic foxing, some pages toned as usual, a few ares of water stains on the bottom of some pages in Volume 5 but the reaming volumes are exceptionally free of typical wear. The volumes are ready for years of study and reflection.This set consumes 33 inches of shelf space. A Fine addition to any collection. Professionally packed and shipped at coast, can be picked up at our book store on the central Oregon coast. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Novels [Including: Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Emma, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion, A Memoir, Lady Susan, and The Watsons.]

      London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1885-1886., 1885. New Edition. 6 volumes. Octavo. Presentably bound in contemporary half red calf over marbled paper boards with gilt rules, raised bands, foliate gilt compartments, black and tan labels to spine; all edges marbled, marbled endpapers. Uniformly nice and clean inside, with some foxing to prelims and endmatter. Bindings are attractive, bright, with rubbed to corners and occasionally to joints. Austen's novels remain the quintessential paragons of novel writing in English, and have indelibly stamped her mark on popular culture from her own period to this. She is shortly to become one of two women to have been honoured on British paper currency - the other being prison reformer Elizabeth Fry.

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        THREE YEARS AND A HALF IN THE ARMY; or, HISTORY OF THE SECOND COLORADOS

      Fowler & Wells Company, New York 1885 - THREE YEARS AND A HALF IN THE ARMY; or, HISTORY OF THE SECOND COLORADOS By Mrs. Ellen Williams, Allerton, Iowa, "Co. A." Second Colorado Cavalry. New York: Published for the Author by Fowler & Wells Company, 753 Broadway. Illustrated. Book on history of U.S. Military (Army) in Colorado. Original illustrated red-cloth binding; gold- and black-printed; 178 pages, plus 8 pages of book advertisements in back. Original flowered green end papers. Book condition: binding is strong; covers are clean and bright, although marred by some occasional stains and light soiling. Hinges strong. Spine is somewhat faded; gold and black print still vibrant; spine chipped and frayed about an 1/8th of inch at head and toe. Other flaws: two small paper scars on front end papers; large triangle of back fly-leaf cut away at corner; one small bit of cloth missing on cloth spine. Overall condition: very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memorial Edition of Thomas Bewick's Works in 5 Vols. [Volumes I and II: British Birds, Volume III: History of Quadrupeds, Volume IV: Aesop's Fables, Volume V: Memoir [complete]

      Bernard Quaritch , 1885 . Hardback. . 5 vols. half calf with gilt titles, marbled endpapers. Top edge gilt. Illustrated. 5 volumes ex-City and County of Norwich Public Library. All vols. have library sticker on pastedown, library coloured and blind stamps sporadically throughout. Signed by the publisher (Bernard Quaritch) on limitation page of Volume 1. Good/Good+ condition. Vols. 1 has tender front hinge and in Vol. 2 it has split. Calf on all vols. is generally scuffed and worn. pages gently age-tanned. Worn white library mark on spines.

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        EXTRACTS FROM PRIVATE JOURNAL-LETTERS OF CAPTAIN S.F. DuPONT, WHILE IN COMMAND OF THE CYANE, DURING THE WAR WITH MEXICO, 1846 - 1848. PRINTED FOR HIS FAMILY

      Wilmington: Ferris Bros., Printers and Binders, 1885. Original three-quarter morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt. Front hinge expertly repaired, else a near fine copy. "These extracts from DuPont's journal and letters, privately printed for his family by his wife after his death, are a valuable and almost unknown account of U.S. Naval operations in the Pacific and Gulf of California during the Mexican War. After conveying Fremont and his battalion from Monterey to San Diego and participating in the taking of San Blas, DuPont entered the Gulf of California, seized La Paz, and at Guaymas burned the Mexican fleet. Within a few months he had cleared the Gulf, and in 1847 aided Commodore Shubrick in the occupation of Mazatlan, and later led his troops to the rescue of the American forces at Mission San Jose" - Streeter. "The richest mass of first-hand source material extant on the conquest of California" - Eberstadt. "Even more important than DuPont's detailed and meticulous account of his own actions is his careful recording of the movements of, and communications with, other important figures with whom he was in almost constant contact" - Hill. Only fifty copies were printed for the family. STREETER SALE 2991. HOWES D588, "b." GRAFF 1184. BARRETT 744. HILL 521. GARRETT, p.207. EBERSTADT 132:173.

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        Memorial Edition of Thomas Bewick's Works in 5 Vols. [Volumes I and II: British Birds, Volume III: History of Quadrupeds, Volume IV: Aesop's Fables, Volume V: Memoir [complete]

      Bernard Quaritch 1885 - 5 volumes ex-City and County of Norwich Public Library. All vols. have library sticker on pastedown, library coloured and blind stamps sporadically throughout. Signed by the publisher (Bernard Quaritch) on limitation page of Volume 1. Good/Good+ condition. Vols. 1 has tender front hinge and in Vol. 2 it has split. Calf on all vols. is generally scuffed and worn. pages gently age-tanned. Worn white library mark on spines. 5 vols. half calf with gilt titles, marbled endpapers. Top edge gilt. Illustrated. Limited edition of 750 copies signed by the publisher of which this is No.167. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The History of Freemasonry: Its Antiquities, Symbols, Constitutions, Customs, etc., Derived from Official Records throughout the World. (4 Volume Set)

      John C. Yorston & Co., Publishers 1885 - Volume 1-2, 1985; Volume 3-4, 1989. Cobalt blue cloth covered boards with heavily embossed typography and gilt illustrations to the covers with gilt inlay, bright red-stained edges. The title page of the first volume is printed in elaborate script of gold, blue and red. vol. 1, 380pp; vol 2, 374pp.; vol 3, 449pp.; vol. 4, 699pp. Each of the four volumes has an inscription and an official Mt. Hood Masonic Lodge library book plate to the front paste-down endpaper that reads as follows: "Presented to The Mt. Hood Lodge / by / Brother Fred H. Downes, / July 1, 1959 / 4 Volumes" The first volume of the set has an additional note with the inscription: "To my friends, / Fred and Nell Downes / From-- / Helen Cameron" [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

      

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        A Child's Garden of Verses

      Longman's, Green and Co., London, England 1885 - 101 pp. 5" x 7.5". Original blue cloth covers are rubbed with bumping to spine extremities and corners. Gilt titling on spine with apostrophe shaped like a "7". Publisher's logo in gilt in upper left corner of front cover. Endpapers are tanned. Contains 64 poems with dedicatory poem "To Alison Cunningham". Untrimmed pages. Gilt to top edge of pages. A splendid copy of one of the most important works of children's literature. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Son altesse la femme.

      Paris: A. Quantin Small folio (27.5 cm; 11" ). [2] ff., [i]–xii, 312 pp., 2 l. illus. (part col.). 1885 Definitely this work was created by a bibliophile for fellow lovers of the book. When this work appeared, Uzanne (1852–1931) was in full stride as a leader of the Paris circle of men and women interested in handsomely illustrated, printed, and bound works of literature. In 1880 he launched Miscellanées bibliographiques and, soon after Son altesse la femme appeared. he introduced the influential periodicals Le Livre, Le Livre moderne, and L'Art et l'Idée. In 1889, he took part in the creation of a publishing company, the "League of Contemporary Bibliophiles." He counted among his friends the artists Jean Lorrain, Barbey d'Aurevilly, and Remy de Gourmont. Son altesse la femme essays most satirically the position of women in society from the medieval to the author's time. The chapters are: Le vray mirouer de sorcellerie, La mie du poete, La précieuse, La caillette, La citoyenne française, Les galanteries du directoire, Sous la restauration, L'amour aux champs, La parisienne moderne, and Mulieriana. The work was limited to 100 copies, all printed on Japan vellum. It has an engraved vignette on the black and red printed title, small illustrations or vignettes on 50 text pages, 11 vignette borders or headpieces (three of them in color, 10 of them in an => extra state), and 10 tipped-in color plates. The illustrations are by Henri Gervex, J.A. Gonzalès, L. Kratké, Albert Lynch, Adrien Moreau, and Félicien Rops. Binding: Full red crushed morocco with five raised bands. Covers with a triple-rule gilt border; spine gilt extra with gilt beading on bands. Triple gilt fillet on board edges. Wide turn-ins richly tooled in gilt and with cream and blue leather inlays that are also gilt-tooled. Blue silk pastedowns and free endpapers. Marbled paper fly-leaves. All edges gilt. => Binding signed "David." Provenance: Red leather bookplate of Cortlandt Field Bishop, the famed collector of the early 20th century and, at one time, owner of the TWO most important auction galleries in NY/USA. => Original full-color wrappers bound in. Uncut copy. Bound as above with original wrappers bound in. Light refurbishment of front joint (outside). => A fabulous copy.

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        Servitude et grandeur militaires. ?Bibliothèque artistique?.

      Paris, Librairie des Bibliophiles et librairie Lemerre, M DCCC LXXXV, (Imprimé par D. Jouaust et J. Sigaux 1885, - gr. in-8vo, (24.5x17 cm), 2 ff. (faux-titre et titre) + 2 portraits différents + VII (Avertissement) (+1 bl.) + 1 portrait (tirage avant-la-lettre d?Alfr. de Vigny) + 287 p. (+1), ornements bandeaux, lettrines et cul-de-lampe par Giacomelli + 12 eaux-fortes hors-texte gravées par Champollion d'après des dessins de Julien le Blant, grand papier non rogné, exemplaire sans rousseurs (sauf sur la brochure d?origine), un des 20 exemplaires sur papier Whatman (page 1/2 avec filigrane) dont les gravures s?y trouvent en double épreuve, reliure en d.-maroquin rouge, dos richement orné or avec auterur, titre et date en bas du dos, plat couvert de papier dominoté, superbes pages de garde en papier fantaisie, couverture de la brochure orig. conservée (ceci avec rousseurs (taches), tête doré. (Reliure signé V. Champs). Bel exemplaire. Exemplaire deluxe sur Whatman, papier frais, sans rousseurs, dans une elégante reliure de Victor Champs (1844-1912), dont les ?reliures pour bibliophiles sont recherchées pour la bonne tenue de leurs corps d'ouvrage et le fini du travail. ?Champs, le roi de la demi-reliure au XIXe siècle? (Deville).DeLuxe edition. Drawings by Julien le Blant, etched by Champollion. Lovely edition, finely bound by V. Champs, of De Vigny's epic historical novel, examing the contradictions of military life. First published in 1835. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Fléty p. 41; Deville II/41. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Chess Eccentricities

      London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1885 [4]+xvi+196p with diagrams. Small octavo (7 1/2" x 5 1/4") issued in cream stiff boards with black lettering to spine and red and black lettering and pictorial to cover. (Betts: 55-3). First edition.Contents: Chess for four players (rules; correspondence resulting from the publication of the author's "Four Handed Chess", 1881, concerning points of play; varieties of Four Handed Chess with rules varying from those given by him 1881). Chess for three players (varieties of Three Handed Chess with descriptions, rules of play). Chess for two players (varieties of play in ordinary chess: the old games as played in India, Syria, Arabia, Hindustan, Tibet, Burma, Java, Borneo, China; the Small, or Old chess; Persian chess; the Double Chess game; varietes of placing the pieces; varieties of boards; varieties with additional pieces, such as the Courier Game, The Emperor's Game, The Arabic Game, Full Chess Game, Turkish Chess). Chess for six players, eight players and other oddities of the chess board.Condition:Corners bumped, edge wear, re-backed, boards rubbed and faded, new label. A good to very good copy.

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        Large Game Shooting

      Calcutta and London: Thacker Spink, 1885. First O'Brien A 261. Hardcover. VG+ to near Fine. Thibet, the Himalayas, and Northern India. Colonel Kinloch probably spent as much time as any sport hunter pursuing Indian big game animals. He is the author of four books on the subject of which this is the third extensive volume. 237 pp, ill, (including photogravures) folding map in rear. A compilation of his earlier volumes. Incl chapters on hunting tiger, panther, bear, ibex and other game. Covers over 30 species of game animals (one per chapter) with chapters on rifles, sporting equipment, traveling hints, etc. Almost near fine (end paper is separated but hinge is firm. In original gilt and stamped pictorial cloth. Beveled boards. Gilt sharp and bright. All of Kinloch's books are lovely to look at and good to read.

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        Citizen Extra. Ottawa, Saturday, May 6th. [1885]. Riel Captured. - A Prisoner inMiddleton's Camp. - He Makes a Dash for Freedom. - But is Caught by theScouts.- Special to The Citizen. Clarke.s (sic) Crossing, May 16th - Itwas ascertained that Riel and som

      Ottawa. The Citizen. [1885].. 8vo, 21x 12cm,single sheet, on newsprint, the trim is not square which is fairly commonfor the period, fragile but sound, fine, very rare. (cgc) A special newsrelease, supplement handbill, issued shortly after Riel's capture byBoulton's Scouts on May 15, 1885. No references located. Not in Amicus,WorldCat, LC, BM, Peel, Lande, TPL, UT, A&E, no Auction records, etc.etc. Includes: Related Rebellion Ephemera. Newspaper clipping:"Interesting Letter From a Young Quebecer in the North-West". N.p. 1885.A letter from an unnamed newspaper giving an eyewitness report of theBattle of Batoche, dated Batoche Crossing, May 12, 1885. The clipping issigned "Willie"and is in a torn envelope with handwritten note: "WillieChaloner's Letter". .

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        Lyrical Poems. In an exquisite contemporary morocco extra Ramage binding.

      London: Macmillan, 1885. First edition thus. 1 of 500 Large Paper copies. 8vo (8 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches), 270-pages. Bound by Ramage (stamp-signed on lower turn-in) in contemporary full crimson crushed morocco, with gilt borders enclosing a broad frame of tan intricately gilt morocco with gilt ornamented blue morocco entrelacs, within which is a gilt-bordered crimson field with gilt foliate corner pieces. Raised bands. Spine compartments repeat the gilt frame, the entrelacs however in tan morocco gilt. Broad turn-ins with gilt decorations and circular tan morooco inlays, enclosing a full panel of crushed blue morocco, this with intricate gilt outer border, the free endpapers being of floral gilt decorated brown silk, top edge gilt, others uncut. Some rubbing to joints and a trifle to raised bands but overall an exquisite Ramage binding in very good condition. Inscription "Mrs. Joseph Turner 1888" on verso of front free endpaper.

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        Handbuch der Petrefaktenkunde und Atlas zm Handbuch der Petrefaktenkunde.

      Tübingen, Laupp, 1885 - VIII, 1239; 100 Tafeln nebst Erklärung Einband berieben, bestoßen. Beim Textband mit längerem Riß am Rücken, beim Atlasband mit teilweisem Rückenabriß. Besitzerstempel auf Vorsatz. Gelegentlich etwas fleckig. Insgesamt recht guter Zustand. "Friedrich August (von) Quenstedt (* 9. Juli 1809 in Eisleben; † 21. Dezember 1889 in Tübingen) war ein deutscher Geologe, Paläontologe, Mineraloge und Kristallograph. Friedrich August Quenstedt war der Sohn eines ehemaligen preußischen Feldwebels, der später Gendarm in Westfalen und zuletzt Lazarettverwalter in Halberstadt war und 1815 an Flecktyphus starb. Seine Mutter war die Tochter eines Försters aus Neinstedt. Nach dem Tod des Vaters wuchs er bei seinem Onkel auf, der ihm den Besuch des Gymnasiums in Eisleben ermöglichte. Er studierte ab 1830 in Berlin bei Christian Samuel Weiss „Geognosie" und Mineralogie und hatte auch Kontakte zu Leopold von Buch. Er hörte auch Vorlesungen bei Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel und pflegte diesen 1831 im Rahmen des studentischen Pflegedienstes am Vorabend seines Todes an der Cholera. Ein Studienfreund war der Astronom Johann Gottfried Galle. 1833 wurde er Kustos bei Weiss und hielt erste Vorlesungen in Berlin. 1835 erfolgte eine erste wissenschaftliche Veröffentlichung und 1836 wurde er mit einer paläontologischen Arbeit über Nautiloide promoviert (De notis nautilearum primariis) und 1837 habilitierte er sich in Berlin. Im Jahre 1837 übernahm er den neu geschaffenen Lehrstuhl für Mineralogie und Geognosis an der Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen. Er begründete damit die noch junge Geologie als eigenständigen Wissenschaftszweig im Königreich Württemberg. Den Lehrstuhl hatte er 52 Jahre inne. Seine Amtszeit ist als Quenstedt-Ära in die Annalen des Geologischen Institutes eingegangen. Seine Forschungsschwerpunkte waren vor allem Fossilien und ihre Nutzung in der Stratigraphie. Durch eigene Aufsammlungen, aber auch durch Ankäufe, baute er in Tübingen eine bedeutende, für Forschung und Lehre geeignete Fossiliensammlung auf. 1842 zählte die Sammlung bereits 30.000 Exponate. Einen großen Anteil dazu trugen auch Öschinger Bauern bei, die für Quenstedt Ammoniten sammelten. 1842 prägte er auch den heute noch international verwendeten Begriff Stufenlandschaft. Grube, in der Quenstedt 1839 den Nusplinger Plattenkalk entdeckte Sein Hauptverdienst ist die intensive Erforschung der Juraformationen der Schwäbischen Alb. Zur geologischen Altersbestimmung verwendete er wie der Engländer William Smith Leitfossilien. Nach ihm benannt ist die Quenstedtsche Gliederung der Feinschichten des Jura, die erst 1973 von einer internationalen Gliederung abgelöst wurde. Aus seiner Feder stammt auch das paläontologische Standardwerk Der Jura, das er 1858 veröffentlichte. Bis kurz vor seinem Tod erstellte er ein umfangreiches Tafelwerk über die Ammoniten der Schwäbischen Alb. Er verstand es, durch einen unterhaltsamen Vorlesungsstil ein breites Publikum für Fossilien zu interessieren. Über Schwaben blickte er jedoch kaum hinaus. Seine Fossiliensammlung ist heute noch im Geologischen Institut der Universität Tübingen einzusehen und kann zum Vergleich eigener Funde herangezogen werden. Er war auch in Nusplingen und entdeckte den Plattenkalk. Ab 1862 war er an der Erstellung der geologischen Landesaufnahme von Württemberg beteiligt und von ihm stammen dazu im Zeitraum 1865 bis 1881 zehn Karten. Einer seiner bedeutenderen Schüler war der Paläontologe Albert Oppel. Sein Enkel Werner Quenstedt[1] (1893–1960) wirkte in den 1930er und 1940er-Jahren als Geologe und Paläontologe an der Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität in Berlin. Quenstedt hegte ausgesprochene Sympathien und Antipathien und ignorierte Personen, die er nicht leiden konnte. Er war ein beliebter Redner auf studentischen Versammlungen, lebte aber streng abstinent. Obwohl ihm der Vaterländische Verein für Naturkunde in Stuttgart zum 50-jährigen Amtsjubiläum als Professor bescheinigte, mit jeder Faser seines Lebens Schwabe geworden zu s [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed ("R. F. Burton" and in Arabic).

      [London], 15. X. 1885. - 16mo. 4 pp. on bifolium with United Services Club embossed letterhead. In custom quarter morocco folder. To Colonel Montgomery, referencing the success of the "Arabian Nights": "[.] To my great astonishment The Nights has hit the public taste: it has of later years been so stuffed with goody-goody, namby-pamby Maria-Matilda that it wants 'strong meat' and by Jove it has got it. We had the pleasure of seeing my good friend Thayer here and I (unhappily) forgot to put his name down for the Athenaeum Club - London without a club is like a park without games. We are both living well under influence of beef and port (wine) and shudder at the lean flesh pots of Trieste (veal) [.]". - Burton published his famous translation of the "Arabian Nights" ("The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night") in a private printing for the Kama Shashtra Society in 1885. The private publication, by subscription only, was necessary to avoid Victorian obscenity strictures. - Reinforcement at fold, a little smudging to signatures. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Four Original Cabinet Card Photographs of Apache Scouts, Squaws and Bucks

      Rare set of four original cabinet card photographs, ca. 1885, by Andrew Miller, who was himself killed by Yaqui Indians in Sonora, Mexico in 1899. Each titled within the negative, photographs unmarked but Miller's studio imprint can be seen along the lower edge of the print mounts. As follows: Apache Scouts. San Carlos, Ariz.; Apache Squaws; Young Apache Bucks in Winter; Giant Cactus of Ariz. Each 4.25 x 6.5 inches, edges in gilt, a few small ink spots to lower edge of one, the final image of Giant Cactus of Arizona with the ghosted outline of the photographer's signature showing through the lower edge, overall in fine condition.

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        Cheat Mountain; or, Unwritten chapter of the late war

      A.B. Tavel. B00087RT40 Albert B. Tavel, Nashville, 1885. Hard cover, presumed first edition. A gift inscription on the front pastedown reads "Presented to Capt. Armstrong of the 8th Tenn. Regiment by his friend Capt. G. M. (illegible) of the same regiment, Fayetteville, Tenn 1888." The back two (blank) endpages are torn and partly detached and there is some soiling to the covers, otherwise Good condition. . Good.

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        Report of the International Polar Expedition to Point Barrow, Alaska in Response to the Resolution of the House of Representatives of Dec. 11, 1884 Bearing the private book plate of William Healey Dall

      Washington: Government Printing Office 1885 - Washington: Government Printing Office. 1885. First Edition. 4to - 29.8cm; (iv), 695 pp.; colored frontispiece with tissue guard, folding map, twenty plates including several of Eskimos and two hand-colored, of birds, numerous plans and in-text drawings. Index. Publishers black ruled cloth, title lettered in gilt on spine - spine slightly faded with titles legible but not bright, slight wear to extremities, a very good clean copy with original tissue guards in place, no prior ownership markings and no institutional markings. The report of the expedition, under the command of First Lieutenant P.H. Ray during the years 1881-83 Ñ as part of the Expeditions of the First International Polar Year, 1882-1883. The book contains seven parts and includes a narrative and results of studies in meteorology, ethnography, natural history, magnetism and tidal motion. The War department specified that "careful attention will be given to the collection of specimens of the animal, mineral and vegetable kingdoms." A very detailed and very well-produced publication. "The narrative of the International Polar Expedition 1882-1883. The expedition sailed from San Francisco July 18, 1881, spent August 21-25 at Plover Bay on Chukotsk Peninsula, and reached Cape Smythe, September 8. A scientific station was maintained at Uglaamie (Utkiavi) eleven and a half miles southwest of Point Barrow, É The narrative summarizes the sea voyages and land operations with notes on ground temperatures to depth of 35 feet and use of permafrost for refrigeration, describes the destruction of the whaler "North Star" by ice floes June 1882, includes diary of an exploration by sledge to a point about 100 miles southward of Uglaamie, describes dog sledges and their use, also methods of building snow houses."ÑArctic Bibliography 14292. Provenance: Bearing the private book plate of William Healey Dall, an American naturalist, a prominent malacologist, and one of the earliest scientific explorers of interior Alaska. Dall made substantial contributions to ornithology, vertebrate and invertebrate zoology, physical and cultural anthropology, oceanography and paleontology. In addition he carried out meteorological observations in Alaska for the Smithsonian Institution. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        FROM PARIS TO PEKING: Over Siberian Snows. A Narrative of a Journey by Sledge ov

      London 1885, Sonnenschein. Blue pictorial cloth, rebacked,. very good, 15 b.w. engravings, 428p., with supplement, minor. edge wear, new endpapers, else solid. FIRST EDITION. AN EARLY PRIMARY RESOURCE THROUGH CENTRAL ASIA TO CHINA... This is an exciting primary source covering the author's exceptionally long trek: Paris-Pekin. The long laborious road, through the isolated and desolate lands, dry deserts, pirates, Irkutsk, escape of exiles, Lake Baikal, Kiachta, Maimatchin, Urga and the Mongols, caravan across the Gobi desert. Entry to China via the Great Wall, Tchah-Tao to Pekin, arrival at the Legation, and the sea at last ! A fascinating account of an impossible journey ! * Scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        Jahresbericht über die Leistungen und Fortschritte in der gesammten Medicin. (Fortsetzung von Canstatt's Jahresbericht). Unter Mitwirkung zahlreicher Gelehrten unter Special-Redaction von E. Gurlt und A. Hirsch.

      August Hirschwald, Berlin 1867-1885. - ca. 600 S. je Halbjahresband, 14 Jahrgänge in jeweils 2 Halbjahresbänden für die Jahre 1866, 1867 sowie 1873 bis 1884. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 34000 4°, marmoriertes Halbleinen mit Rückentitel, Bibliotheksexemplar (ordnungsgemäß entwidmet) mit kleinem unscheinbarem Papier-Rückenschild, Stempel auf Titel, Rücken teils leicht verblichen, unteres Kapital von Jahrgang 2/2 etwas lädiert, Papier leicht gebräunt, sonst sauberes Exemplar, Jahrgänge 1, 2 und 8-19 in 24 Bänden (2 Halbjahresbände je Jahrgang),. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BASTIEN LEPAGE. SA VIE ET SES OEUVRES 1848-1884

      Galeries des artistes modernes; Ludovic Baschet éditeur, Paris 1885 - A Cura: F.G. Dumas . Edizione: Première édition . Pagine: 36+20 tavole . Illustrazioni: Molte illustrazioni in bianco e nero in rilievo e 20 tavole a tutta pagina protette da velina (una velina manca di un angolo inferiore) . Formato: in folio . Rilegatura: Grosso cartonato telato verde con dorso in pelle verde oliva. Titoli in oro al piatto superiore . Stato: Buono . Caratteristiche: Formato del volume cm. 45 per 32. Jules Bastien Lepage fu artista francese nativo del Verdun, acquisì notorietà solo dopo i venticinque anni: ritrattista e amante delle scene e dei personaggi rurali con stile vicino al realismo fiammingo. Bellissimo volume d'arte, le tavole sono molto fresche e anche le pagine interne godono di un bellissimo stato conservativo. In particolare merita attenzione l'opera qui descritta come LES FOINS conosciuta anche come LA FIENAGIONE, che esplica tutta la vita rurale dei tempi. Tale opera oggi è conservata ed esposta al Louvre. Altre sue oper sono conservate al Metropolitan museum. Interessanti anche le prime pagine di critica, dove vengono riprodotti i disegni preparatori. Particolarmente prolifica la sua produzione artistica, tenuto conto che morì alla giovane età di 36 anni.Foto disponibili . Collana: Maitres Modernes . Note epoca: Non datato ma desunto.

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