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        A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year : Souvenir of the Colonial and Indian Exhibition

      W. Hagelberg, Berlin 1886 - Colour printed card, 115 x 166 mm., with pull-out tab which opens a booklet of eight black & white scenes with captions; a little creasing, and one view with a short tear, otherwise in very good condition. An ephemeral curio. Very scarce Christmas souvenir of the Colonial and Indian Exhibition of 1866, depicting scenes from the Empire including two scenes featuring Australian Aborigines: "Family of Victorian Aboriginals in Native Hut" and "South Australian Forest Scene". Following the appearance of the first Christmas card in 1843 in England, Victorian society enthusiastically embraced the new fashion of exchanging cards. Souvenir cards such as this were collected for ladies' albums, and it is because of that hobby that these ephemeral curios have survived. This rare example was printed by Wolff Hagelberg, one of Europe's leading fine art printers. Hagelberg owned a large colour printing company in Berlin which published books and a vast range of postcards and greeting cards. This example, produced specifically for sale at the Exhibition in South Kensington, would have been handled by his London representative, A. Angermann. Early Christmas cards are very rare and highly sought-after, particularly any that illustrate Australian images.

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        War and Peace (Six Volume Set)

      Gottsberger, 1886-01-01. Paperback. Acceptable. First American edition, extremely scarce issue in wraps. New York: William S. Gottsberger, 1886. Three volumes in six. (First set: Before Tilsit) 322 pp. [1 ad]; 357 pp; (Second set: The Invasion) 321 pp.; 270pp. [9]; (Third set: Borodino) 290 pp. [4], 391 pp. [6]. 1st American Edition, 1st printing with dated title page and the publisher's imprint on all copyright pages. Wrappered (paperback) issue. This issue is mentioned in Bowker's The Annual American Catalogue of 1886, pg. 176. Follows a British edition by Vizetelly which omitted certain passages. Translated from the French edition by Clara Bell. Condition: Fair to poor condition. All six volumes are present with complete text blocks but all of the spines and some of the end papers (including some ads) and wraps are missing. Given the extremely fragile nature of these volumes, this is not too surprising. A previous owner numbered the volumes on their first remaining page in pencil. Text blocks are actually clean and in not in too bad of shape. Bindings often loose at ends. Volumes one and four are missing their wraps entirely. Volume two has a back cover. Volume six has front cover, creased and torn Volume two has a front cover. Volume three has both front and back covers and a bit of its spine. An exceptionally scarce first wrappered issue of the first complete English-language translation of Tolstoy's masterpiece. They are largely identical to the hardcover issue, as far as we can tell, but with different bindings; originally they retailed separately for 50 cents each. We have not yet been able to find any evidence of any other surviving sets of this issue, institutionally or for sale. We have opted to leave the volumes completely unrestored and partially disbound, as we purchased them, leaving rebinding options up to the buyer.

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        Life of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Life of Longfellow) with Extracts from his Journals and Correspondence (Large Paper edition - 3 volume set)

      Boston, MA: Ticknor and Company. Very Good+. 1886. 1st Edition; 1st Printing. Hardcover. B&W Illustrations; SIGNED EDITION. This is the Large Paper Edition, limited to 300 copies, twenty-five of which are reserved for England. This copy is #5 - for America. Three Volume Set. This set includes three handwritten and signed letters by Samuel Longfellow to the publisher (Ticknor) regarding possible changes to be made for either an updated edition or a new edition of the book. It is likely that this set was the property of the publisher as a working copy. The set is in overall Very Good+ condition and was likely issued without dust jackets. The covers of the books have some edge wear and rubbing along with some ground-in dirt. Volume two has had the front spine joint professionally repaired where it had cracked. The text pages are clean and bright. The foredge and bottom edges of the book are untrimmed. The front inner hinge of Vol. One is cracked. The inner hinge of vol. two has been repaired. Two of the letters have been tipped-in and one letter and a lithograph portrait of H.W. Longfellow have been laid-in. This is a unique copy which shows the true effort put into the detail (almost to the point of nitpicking) of a book so lovingly compiled. Samuel Longfellow was the younger brother of H.W. Longfellow and a clergyman and hymn writer in his own right. ; Signed by Editor .

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        VON WUNDERLAND ZU WUNDERLAND. LANDSCHAFTS- UND LEBENSBILDER AUS DEN STAATEN UND TERRITORIEN DER UNION

      Leipzig: T.O. Weigel, 1886-1887.. [3],25 leaves and twenty-five plates; [1],25,[1] leaves and twenty-five plates. Collotype plates mounted on grey card with printed borders and caption. Large folio. Original publisher's red pictorial cloth, a.e.g. Corners worn, extremities bumped and rubbed. Slight staining to front cover, affecting two letters of title. One or two plates with small marginal tears or minor soiling, but generally bright and fresh internally. Very good. A handsome pictorial work on the United States, primarily composed of views of the American West, drawn by German artist Rudolf Cronau (1855-1939). There are several views in California (including the interior of a Chinese restaurant, and a coach and six driving through the base of redwood tree), views of Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona, New York (including street scenes and a view of Niagara Falls), Washington and more. Besides the handsome views, there are portraits of American Indians, including the famous portrait of Sitting Bull. Cronau traveled to America in 1881 on assignment for the journal DIE GARTENLAUBE. He sent back articles on New York, Baltimore and Washington, and then journeyed to Minneapolis where he voyaged down the Mississippi River to Cairo, Illinois. He continued on to the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in Dakota Territory where he met Sitting Bull and other Native American leaders and drew their portraits. He then traveled to Yellowstone Park, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and San Francisco. In the winter of 1881-1882 Cronau explored Florida and Louisiana, and then in the summer back west to Oregon and on to Texas. In all he wrote twelve articles for DIE GARTENLAUBE. He was to have continued on to South America, but his health forced him to return to Germany late in 1882, and during the next five years or so wrote and illustrated his three celebrated travel books, including the present work. An attractive copy.

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        THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF JOSEPH F. HESS, THE CONVERTED PRIZE-FIGHTER. A BOOK OF THRILLING EXPERIENCES AND TIMELY WARNINGS TO YOUNG MEN. DEDICATED TO THE CAUSES OF TOTAL ABSTINENCE AND RELIGION

      [E.R. Andrews, Printer], 1886, 1886. 21 cm. in orange pictorial wrappers with image of Joseph Hess on front wrapper. iv p., [3] - 140 pp. Born in 1851 in Buffalo, New York, this is the story of Joseph Hess, his wild and reckless ways and then how he found redemption. Chapters discussing Hess' entire life, beginning with his birth and eventually onto his salvation. Stories about his schooling, first use of tobacco and liquor, prison time, his marriage, his first fight, his father's death, how his children disowned him, meeting Frances E. Willard, a stage trip through Utah Valley, Black Rock Canyon, fights in the dance halls, fighting for liquor, various saloons, training "Billy" Baker, starting-up of his saloon and gambling room, etc. resolving to drink no more, and finally turning his life over to God. In the introduction, Hess says, "I hope that many young men who have not yet taken their first downward step, may take warning from this story of what was for many years a ruined, but which is not by the Grace of God a redeemed life." Six Guns says, "Rare." Minor chipping to wrapper edges. Interior clean. Wonderful stories of a real rebel-rouser.

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        Ueber das Stoffwechselproduct des Pyridins

      Leipzig: Hirschfeld, 1886. <p>His, Wilhelm, Jr. (1863-1934). Ueber das Stoffwechselproduct des Pyridins (Arbeiten aus dem Laboratorium für experimentelle Pharmakologie zu Strassburg). 8pp. Leipzig: J. B. Hirschfeld, 1886. 235 x 157 mm. Original printed wrappers, creased vertically, a little darkened at edges. Very good. Presentation Copy, inscribed by His to Carl Ludwig (1816-95) on the front wrapper: &#147;Herrn Prof. Ludwig als Zeigen der Dankbarkeit und Verehrung, vom Verf.&#148; Stamps of the Ludwig Collection and of Lewis Hill Weed (1886-1952).</p> <p>First Edition, preceding the paper&#146;s publication in the Archiv für experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie 22 (1887). While a medical student at the University of Strasbourg, His discovered the body&#146;s ability to methylate organic compounds when he isolated N-methyl-pyridinium hydroxide from the urine of dogs that had been dosed with pyridine acetate. The son of noted anatomist and embryologist Wilhelm His Sr. (1831-1904), the younger His went on make a notable contribution to cardiology with his discovery in 1893 of the &#147;bundle of His,&#148; a specialized tissue in the heart that helps synchronize contraction of the cardiac muscles (see Garrison-Morton 836). He was one of the first to recognize that the heartbeat originates in the individual cells of heart muscle.</p> <p>His presented this copy of his paper to Carl Ludwig, the first professor of physiology at the University of Leipzig and founder of the physiological institute that now bears his name. His was working in Ludwig&#146;s laboratory at the time he made his discovery of the bundle of His. This copy was later owned by neuroanatomist Lewis H. Weed, director of the Johns Hopkins Medical School from 1929-46; Weed discovered the origin of the cerebrospinal fluid and mapped its circulation (see Garrison-Morton 1439). Jeffrey, Machines in Our Hearts, ch. 1. &#147;Conjugation: Acetylation, Methylation.&#148; Xenobiotic Metabolism. Bioanalytical Systems, Inc., 2000. Web. Accessed 24 Apr. 2014.</p>

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        The Mystery of a Hansom Cab. A Sensational Novel ("A startling and realistic story of Melbourne social life")

      The Hansom Cab Publishing Company, London [no date]. &#39;Two Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Thousand&#39; - and early English issue (there were in total thirteen impressions of this first English edition), retaining the original pictorial paper wrappers. 230pp plus inner wrapper adverts for D.W.D.Whisky and Eau D&#39;ambert, plus further ads for Imperial Grenade and Liebig Company&#39;s delightful sounding &#39;Extract of Meat&#39;. Wrappers a little nicked and creased, and chipped at head and base of spine. Quite a bright copy. The author&#39;s first book, a detective classic originally self-published in Australia in 1886 and published in the UK the following year. It eventually sold well over 500,000 copies worldwide and is claimed to have been an inspiration for Conan Doyle&#39;s &#39;A Study in Scarlet&#39; (Conan Doyle was somewhat dismissive of it, but Hume&#39;s book still outsold his significantly).. Soft cover. Very Good.

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        Pepper & Salt, or Seasoning for Young Folk

      New York: Harper and Brothers, 1886. - "One Must Have a Little Pinch of Seasoning in this Dull, Heavy Life of Ours"PYLE, Howard. Pepper & Salt, or Seasoning for Young Folk. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1886. First edition. Large quarto (11 1/8 x 8 1/2 inches; 282 x 215 mm.). [2] xiv, 122, [2, advertisements] pp. Pictorial title-page printed in red and black and seventy-five black and white illustrations.Publishers tan cloth pictorially decorated in red and black. A very fine copy. The tales and Poems are: The Skillful Huntsman; Claus and his wonderful staff; How Dame Margery Twist saw more than was good for her; Clever Peter and the two bottles; Hans Hecklemann's luck; Farmer Griggs's boggart; The bird in the linden tree and The apple of contentment.In Salt & Pepper, Howard Pyle writes in a 'Court-Jesterish' manner - meaning for them to be read out loud and the superb black and white illustrations will keep the children amazed (and the adults too!)" So, here I'll sit; and perhaps when you have been good children, and have learned your lessons or done your work, your mother will let you come and play a little while with me. I will always be ready and waiting for you here, and I will warrant your mother that I will do you no harm with anything that I may tell you. If I can only make you laugh and be merry for a little while, then my work will be well done, and I will be glad in the doing of it. And now give me my cap and bells again, for my wits are growing cold without them; and you will be pleased to reach me my bauble once more, for I love to have him by me. Will you be seated? And you, over there, seat the baby on the grass! Are you ready? Vey well; then I will tell you a story, and it shall be about "The skillful Huntsman." (Preface).Howard Pyle (March 5, 1853 &#150; November 9, 1911) was an American illustrator and author, primarily of books for young people.BAL, 16381 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, TRANSMITTING A REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE RELATIVE TO THE FRONTIER LINE BETWEEN ALASKA AND BRITISH COLUMBIA

      Government Printing Office, 1886., 1886. First edition. 8vo. Senate Executive Document No. 143, 49th Congress, 1st Session, May 17, 1886. Hardcover binder with titles stamped in gold gilt on the front cover, 20 pp., 5 folding maps at the rear. An uncertainty exists as to the location of the frontier line between Alaska and British Columbia, as defined by the treaty of cession with Russia of March 30, 1867. Due to the importance of the subject, the president requests that a provision be made by law for a preliminary survey of the boundary line in question by the U. S., in order that the information necessary for the basis of a treaty between the U. S. and Great Britain may be obtained. A sum of $100,000 is appropriated for the expenses of making the survey. The four maps are: MAP 1: 30" x 37" color map of Alaska and adjoining Territory which includes Eastern Siberia and the Aleutian Islands; MAP 2: 24"x 19" black and white chart showing part of the coast of N. W. America; MAP 3: 11" x 7" tinted map of the Portland Canal and the Observatory Inlet; and MAP 4: is a 22" x 23" black and white map of Revilla Gigedo Channel in south east Alaska. All four maps are in fine, unused condition. A fine copy.

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        The Perfumed Garden of the Cheikh Nefzaoii, a Manual of Arabian Erotology (XVI Century).

      Cosmopoli. 1886. Kama Shastra Society of London and Benares.. First time this work has appeared in the English language. Hardcover 20th century half green morocco over green cloth, raised bands, gilt spine decorations, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers. A near fine copy in a handsome binding, pages lightly yellowed. Burton, Richard (translator). Revised and corrected translation, "For private circulation only" xiv, 236 pp. 12mo.

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        Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

      True First Edition of \"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde\" in the Scarce Original WrappersSTEVENSON, Robert Louis. Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Authorized Edition. New York: Charles Scribner\'s Sons, 1886.First edition. (This American edition preceded the English edition by four days, but used the Longmans sheets). Small octavo. [8], 138, [2, blank], [14, advertisements] pp.Original printed yellow wrappers, just slightly skewed. Spine repaired, with about a quarter inch of loss to the bottom. A nice copy of a book that usually shows up in poor condition. Housed in a black cloth clamshell case with black morocco labels lettered in gilt on spine.This ìAuthorizedî American edition was published on 5 January 1886ófour days before the London edition (Longmans had intended to publish in December 1885, but delayed publication until January, as it feared the book would be lost in the Christmas rush). Even though Scribnerís issued 3,000 copies in wrappers and 1,250 copies in cloth, the copy in wrappers is much scarcer since it\'s more fragile and most likely not saved.The story of how Stevenson came to write this classic tale is by now well known: He was one night in the middle of a nightmare when Fanny, alarmed by his disturbance, woke him. Louis complained with irritation that she had interrupted a ëfine bogy tale.í Seizing his pen the following day he began to write down the story he had dreamed. Initially it was the Gothic horror of the story that excited him, and he produced a first draft at great speed, reading the story triumphantly to Fanny when he finished. But Fanny wasnít happy with the story. She felt that it could be more than a Poe-like crawler, that it could be more morally pointed than Louis had fashioned it. Certainly in this case it can only be said that her comments did the story and Louis considerable good. Angrily the first draft was cast into the fire and he started again, this time producing the version of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde that we know (Calder).Beinecke 346. Prideaux, 17, p. 45.HBS 67112.$7,500

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        Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

      London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1886 First edition, first issue, with the publication date on the front wrapper corrected in blue ink as called for, with 1 leaf of publisher&#39;s advertisement at the rear of the text. Publisher&#39;s light beige paper wrappers, lettered in red and blue, front panel decorated in blue. Very good, with some wear and short tears to the extremities, light soiling and rubbing to the otherwise fresh wrappers, minor nicks to the fore edge of the front wrapper, some creasing and chipping to the spine, a few minor archival repairs to the spine, former owner Thomas B. Lockwood&#39;s black leather bookplate to the half-title, otherwise bright and fresh pages. A clean and attractive copy of the scarce first issue of the first English edition, with excellent provenance. Housed in a custom folding box, with red cloth boards over red quarter calf spine, four raised bands and gilt lettering to the spine. Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde tells of London lawyer Mr. Utterson&#39;s investigation of the peculiar relationship between the respectable Dr. Jekyll and the villainous Mr. Hyde, who are actually the two split personalities of one man. Today, it remains an archetypal text about man&#39;s internal conflict between good and evil. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was prepared for publication in December 1885, but Longmans delayed its release until January 1886 so that the "shilling shocker" did not get lost among the many Christmastime publications that lined the shelves at local bookstores. First issues of the first English edition, including this copy, bear the original 1885 publication date (hand corrected to 1886) on the front wrapper. This copy was previously owned by Thomas B. Lockwood (1873-1947), a prominent businessman and rare book collector from Buffalo, New York. An avid bibliophile, Lockwood was a major benefactor for the libraries at University at Buffalo, and their main library bears his name in commemoration. At the library&#39;s dedication, Lockwood donated his extensive collection of rare books, which remains a highlight of the library&#39;s special collections.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.

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        The Kilima-Njaro Expedition. A Record of Scientific Exploration in Eastern Equatorial Africa and a General Description of the Natural History, Languages, and Commerce of the Kilima-Njaro District

      London Kegan Paul Trench & Co 1886. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover rubbed and bumped. Spine with end wear and neat repair to head. Joint wear to lower board. Fore edge to frontispiece map chipped and some minor foxing to eps otherwise contents G+. Heraldic bookplate of Frances Louisa Swayne First Edition Red hardbackillustrated cloth cover 230mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). 572pp + 36pp catalogue. Six maps and over 80 illustrations by the author.

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        Die Österreichisch-Ungarische Monarchie in Wort und Bild - Auf Anregung und unter Mitwirkung weiland Seiner kaiserlichen und königlichen Hoheit des durchlauchtigsten Kronprinzen Erzherzog Rudolf - 24 Bände. I: Wien, II: Übersichtsband - 1. Abteilung, III: Übersichtsband - 2. Abteilung, IV: Niederösterreich, V: Ungarn Band I., VI: Oberösterreich und Salzburg, VII: Steiermark, VIII: Kärnten und Krain, IX: Ungarn Band II, X: Küstenland, XI: Dalmatien, XII: Ungarn Band III, XIII: Tirol und Vorarlberg, XIV: Böhmen 1. Abteilung, XV: Böhmen 2. Abteilung, XVI: Ungarn Band IV, XVII: Mähren und Schlesien, XVIII: Ungarn Band V 1 Abteilung, XIX: Galizien, XX: Bukowina, XXI: Ungarn Band V - 2 Abteilung, XXII: Bosnien und Herzegovina, XXIII; Ungarn Band VI, XXIV: Länder der St. Stephanskrone.

      Wien, Verlag der kaiselich-königlichen Hof- und Staatsdruckerei, 1886 - 1902.. Erstauflage, EA 326, 328, 256, 360, 528, 604, 412, 508, 658, 372, 352, 604, 600, 618, 680, 602, 730, 446, 890, 532, 482, 516, 598, 594 Seiten Gr. 8°, Leinen. ornamentale Goldprägung, zahllose Abbildungen, kleines Exlibris, 587 litrarische Beiträge und 4529 Illustrationen, 6 Bände Ungarn sowie Band Croazien - Slowenien grünes Leinen, zwei Übersichtsbände graues Leinen, alle anderen Bände rotes Leinen, Kanten etwas berieben, sonst alle 24 Bände Zustand

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        Die Österreichisch-Ungarische Monarchie in Wort und Bild. - Auf Anregung und unter Mitwirkung Seiner kaiserlichen und königlichen Hohreit des durchlauchtigsten Kronprinzen Erzherzog Rudolf. [Spätere Bände:] Auf Anregung . Kronprinzen Rudolf begonnen, fortgesetzt unter dem Protectorate der Gräfin Stephanie Lonyay, geborene Prinzessin von Belgien . - 20 Teile in 22 (von 24) Bänden.,

      Wien, k.k. Hof- und Staatsdruckerei,, 1886-1902. - mit insges. 18 Farbtafeln u. 4510 Holzstichillustrationen im Text, Einband etwas berieben, Kapitale etwas bestossen, Bibl.Ex. in guten und sauberen Zustand. Es fehlene die Bände Steiermark und Ungarn 1; -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bände: Wien (VIII, 326 Seiten, 1886) - Übersichtsband 1.Abtheilung: Naturgeschichtlicher Teil (VI, 328 Seiten, 1887) - Übersichtsband 2.Abtheilung: Geschichtlicher Teil (VIII, 256 Seiten, 1887) - Niederösterreich (VIII, 360 Seiten, 1888) - Ungarn in 6 Teilen/in 7 Bänden (Ungarn 1 fehlt; XII, 658 Seiten, 1891; XII, 604 Seiten, 1893; IX, 602 Seiten, 1896; IX, 446 Seiten, 1898; IX, 482 Seiten, 1900; XII, 598 Seiten, 1902) - Oberösterreich und Salzburg (XII, 604 Seiten, 1889) - Kärnten und Krain (X, 508 Seiten, 1891) - Das Küstenland (Görz, Gradiska, Triest und Istrien) (IX, 372 Seiten, 1891) - Dalmatien (VII, 352 Seiten, 1892) - Tirol und Vorarlberg (XII, 600 Seiten, 1893) - Böhmen in zwei Bänden (618 Seiten, 1894 ; XVIII, 680 Seiten, 1896) - Mähren und Schlesien (XIV, 730 Seiten, 1897) - Galizien (XVI, 890 Seiten, 1898); - Bukowina (VIII, 532 Seiten, 1899) - Bosnien und Hercegovina (IX, 516 Seiten, 1901) - Croatien und Slavonien (X, 594 Seiten, 1902) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Die Österreichisch-Ungarische Monarchie in Wort und Bild, häufig auch nach dem Initiator als "Kronprinzenwerk" bezeichnet, ist ein überaus reich mit Holzstichen (Xylographien) illustriertes Monumentalwerk zur Gesamtdarstellung der Donaumonarchie. Eine große Zahl an Wissenschaftlern verfaßte die 587 textlichen Beiträge, und nahmhafte Künstler der Monarchie trugen zum reichen Buchschmuck des Werkes bei. Vgl. Nebehay/Wagner Bd. II,459. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 28000 4°, Halbledereinband mit Goldprägung am Rücken, typisch mamoriertes Dackpapier [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Die Österreichisch-Ungarische Monarchie in Wort und Bild - Auf Anregung und unter Mitwirkung weiland Seiner kaiserlichen und königlichen Hoheit des durchlauchtigsten Kronprinzen Erzherzog Rudolf - 24 Bände., I: Wien, II: Übersichtsband - 1. Abteilung, III: Übersichtsband - 2. Abteilung, IV: Niederösterreich, V: Ungarn Band I., VI: Oberösterreich und Salzburg, VII: Steiermark, VIII: Kärnten und Krain, IX: Ungarn Band II, X: Küstenland, XI: Dalmatien, XII: Ungarn Band III, XIII: Tirol und Vorarlberg, XIV: Böhmen 1. Abteilung, XV: Böhmen 2. Abteilung, XVI: Ungarn Band IV, XVII: Mähren und Schlesien, XVIII: Ungarn Band V 1 Abteilung, XIX: Galizien, XX: Bukowina, XXI: Ungarn Band V - 2 Abteilung, XXII: Bosnien und Herzegovina, XXIII; Ungarn Band

      Wien, Verlag der kaiselich-königlichen Hof- und Staatsdruckerei, 1886 - 1902. - 326, 328, 256, 360, 528, 604, 412, 508, 658, 372, 352, 604, 600, 618, 680, 602, 730, 446, 890, 532, 482, 516, 598, 594 Seiten ornamentale Goldprägung, zahllose Abbildungen, kleines Exlibris, 587 litrarische Beiträge und 4529 Illustrationen, braunes Leinen, alle 24 Bände in gutem tadellosen Zustand Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 15550 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Architectural History of the University of Cambridge and of the Colleges of Cambridge and Eton [Signed, Limited �Large Paper Edition.� ] (4 Volumes, Complete)

      Cambridge at the University Pres, 1886. Hardcover. VeryGood.

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        Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

      First Edition of Jekyll and Hyde in the Original WrappersSTEVENSON, Robert Louis. Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1886.First English edition. Octavo (6 15/16 x 4 5/8 inches; 176 x 117 mm). [8], 141, [1, blank], [1, ads], [1, blank] pp.Original buff paper wrappers printed in blue and red. With the 1885 date on the front wrapper altered in ink to 1886 [as always]. Ads for Longmanís Magazine on inner front wrapper and ads for G.J. Whyte Melvilleís works on inner rear wrapper. Some chipping and flaking to the spine and edges. Back wrapper detaching at the bottom two inches along the spine, but still secured. A small dampstain runs along the bottom edge of back wrapper and final leaf of ads, and wraps around to bottom part of spine and slightly to front wrapper. A small black stamp to back wrapper. Wrappers a bit browned and slightly creased, but complete. Internally very clean. Overall, an excellent copy of this fragile item which is usually found rebacked and in poor condition. In a custom full morocco clamshell.Published on January 9, 1886, four days after the American edition (which was published by Charles Scribnerís Sons on January 5). ìIt had been intended to publish this book in December, 1885. But, according to Mr. Charles Longman in Balfourís Life, when it was ready the bookstalls were already full of Christmas numbers, etc., and the trade would not look at itî (Beinecke).Beinecke 349. Prideaux 17.HBS 66095. $6,000

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        Atlas mit Zeichnungen der alten Hermannsfeste mit seinem hohen Hermannturm in der Stadt Narva. Mit begleitendem Text (Titel und Text auf Russisch).

      Narva, 1886.. Atlas 44 x 65 cm. Texthefte 35 x 22.5 cm bzw. 38 x 26.5cm Atlas: 2 Bll., 13 Tafeln; Texthefte: 10 Bll.; 13 Bll. Mit 13 Tafeln mit 40 Original-Aquarellen. Lose in Original-Halbleder-Flügelmappe mit goldgeprägtem Deckeltitel.. Prachtvoller russischer Manuskript-Atlas über die mittelalterliche Hermannsfestung (Hermanni linnius) in Narva (Estland). Sie liegt am Ufer des Flusses Narva. Die Festung wurde gegen Mitte des 13. Jahrhunderts von den Dänen gegründet, 1345 von ihnen mitsamt Narva und Ostestland an den Deutschen Orden verkauft. Nach dessen Auflösung war sie von 1558-1704 in schwedischem, danach in russischem Besitz. Wie der Großteil Narvas wurde sie im Zweiten Weltkrieg fast vollständig zerstört. In der inzwischen restaurierten Festung befindet sich heute ein Museum. - Der Atlas des russischen Ingenieurs Colonel Oprits (der sowohl für den Atlas wie den Text verantwortlich zeichnet) gibt mit seinen ausgezeichneten Aquarellen einen umfassenden Überblick über die Struktur und den Bau der Festung einschließlich des Turmes sowie der Umgebung. Die detaillierten Pläne der verschiedenen Stockwerke geben einen einzigartigen Überblick über die Festung vor ihrer Zerstörung. - Die beiden Texthefte sind ebenfalls Manuskripte in sauberer russischer Handschrift. - Das Werk ist handschriftlich dem Großfürsten Wladimir Alexandrowitsch (1847-1909) gewidmet. - Mit dem Exlibris von L. M. Savelova. - Flügelmappe mit lädiertem Rücken und Bezugsfehlstellen, Deckel leicht berieben und fleckig, Widmungsblatt mit Bräunung durch darüberliegendes Textheft, Titel und Widmung etwas gebräunt, die Tafeln sauber. Insgesamt sehr gut erhalten. Russia - Manuscript drawings of 13th century Narva. OPRITS, Colonel (compiler). (Atlas of drawings of the old Hermeister Castle with its high Hermann tower in the city of Narva with an accompanying explanatory text. Narva (Estonia) 1886. Atlas portfolio in imperial folio (440×650 mm), text 350×225 and 380×265 mm. Printed title, printed dedication leaf to Prince Vladimir Alexandrovich (brother of czar Alexander III), 13 sheets with 40 drawings of original architectural drawings in black ink and numerous colours (each 430×630 mm), together with two text booklets with descriptions, all text in Russian, one with 16 pp. of explanatory text, and a longer, but probably earlier, version of the text, with 26 pp., including 2 blanks, no title-page. Original gilt decorated green cloth with green leather spine, spine somewhat damaged, covers partly worn and rubbed, lacking ties, some flaps with tears. Armorial bookplate of Russian noble woman L. M. Savelova. Fine and detailed architectural colour drawings of the mediaeval Estonian castle in Narva which comprises 40 plans, sections and elevations of the castle, including a general plan that includes the surroundings (within about 500 metres) and part of the Ivangorad Fortress across the river. The Narva castle or Hermann castle (Hermanni linnus) is in the city of Narva on the Estonian side of the Narova river, which forms the border with Russia. The castle was severely damaged by bombing in WWII and this atlas presents an imporant historical source as well as these splendid drawings. Compiled by colonel Opritz, a Russian military engineer, who is mentioned on both the printed title-page and the manuscript one. The drawings comprise 40 plans, sections and elevations of the castle, including a general plan that includes the surroundings (within about 500 meters) including part of the Ivangorad Fortress across the river. Provenance: L. M. Savelova. Could be related to L.M. Savelova, perhaps related to Leonid Mikhailovich Savelov, a genealogist of Russian nobility. An atlas of thirteen loose sheets containing 40 exquisite color scale drawings of the thirteenth-century Narva Castle or Hermann Castle (Hermanni Linnus) as it is usually called, in the city of Narva on the Estonian side of the Narova River, which forms the border with Russia. There are several plans of the different floors, sections and elevations, all superbly hand-colored and with scales. Since the castle was severely damaged by bombing in the Second World War (the top of the main tower was completely destroyed and many walls were reduced to rubble), the present atlas provides not only stunning architectural drawings, but also an essential historical source giving extremely detailed views of every part of the castle before the destruction and restoration. The overview map includes parts of the city walls and parts of the ca. 1500 Ivangorod Fortress on the Russian side of the river. The drawings are preceded by two letterpress sheets in the same format with the title (which also appears on the front of the portfolio), contents and dedications. The manuscript book with the accompanying text is formally lettered as though intended for lithographic reproduction, but it is lettered and written in black and one can still see traces of pencil guide lines for the text and pencil outline drawings for the title-page lettering. The other version of the text is similar but with a decorative border and without a title-page, and each version includes passages not in the other. That without a title-page is probably an earlier version, shortened and revised for the final version. The manuscript title for the text and the printed title-page for the atlas both mention the compiler, a military engineer, Colonel Oprits. Since it is dedicated to Prince Vladimir Alexandrovich (1847-1909), brother of Czar Alexander III and son of the murdered Czar Alexander II, it may have been produced for presentation to him in hope of funding. We have found no other source referring to the castle by the name Hermeister Castle (in Russian Germejsterskago).

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        Beautiful large black and white mounted photograph of ?part of crowd assembled to see the first decorations of the Tomb?

      Mounted Photograph, 17? x 14.75?, front and verso. Verso contains an advertisement for ?Fine Cemetery Work?. New York, New York, circa May 31, 1886. Slight yellowing. Fine Condition.The caption, in full, reads, ?[handwritten] Grant, Ulysses Simpson. Funeral. / [typed] View Just In Front of Gen. Grant?s Tomb. / Riverside Park, New York. / Showing part of crowd assembled to see the first decorations of the Tomb, May 31, 1886.?Grant?s funeral procession ?" on August 8, 1885 ?" was seven miles long as it wound its way through New York City. It is interesting to note that of his four pallbearers, two were generals for the Union (Philip Sheridan and William Tecumseh Sherman), and two for the Confederacy (Simon Bolivar Bucker and Joseph Johnston). Grant was actually initially laid to rest in a temporary tomb in Riverside Park, depicted in this photograph. He was buried in his final resting place, Grant?s Tomb, twelve years later after the then-largest public fundraising campaig

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        A Lecture on Bookbinding as a Fine Art. Delivered before the Grolier Club, February 26, 1885

      1886. New York, Grolier Club, 1886. 36pp + 63 plates in b/w. 4to. Original three quarter beige cloth and boards. (soiled). One of 200 copies on Holland Paper. Printed by the De Vinne Press. The 63 photographic plates of bindings include early, crudely-stitched 16th century bindings, those that are elaborately inlaid and gilt, bindings in silver, and a medieval chain library. A prolific book collector himself, Hoe&#39;s speech discusses each plate in detail, the books represented probably taken from his own collection which was sold in New York in 1911/1912 and which was the largest private library ever sold in America. The sale brought nearly two million dollars.

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        Technische Studien fur Pianoforte -Technical Studies - Vols. I-VI & Vols. VII-XII [DELUXE HARDCOVER RE-BINDINGS]

      J. Schuberth & Co., Leipzig 1886 - This is a glorious hardcover re-binding (in two large volumes) of the 1886 edition of Franz Liszt's legendary twelve volumes of technical studies (composed between 1868 and 1880), offering a comprehensive overview of late-19th-century piano virtuosity and the path to attaining it. This copy was restored in 2005 - to the exent possible - by master bookbinders Wilton Wiggins and Douglas Lee, at their Santa Fe, New Mexico studio "Twelfth Night West". [Note: A few of the 12 volumes give one Professor A. Winterberger as Editor.] CONTENTS: See accompanying scan of the Table of Contents (text in German only - though a couple volumes also contain an English translation). 170 pages & 239 pages. CONDITION: My Fine grading is for the rebindings, which are bright, tight, square, and unmarked, with no apparent shelf-wear. The unmarked score pages range from Good to Fine. Volume by volume: (1) edges repaired with near-invisible library archival tape, two outer edge-tear repairs, tiny corner chips (none intruding on the printed areas); (2) excellent, with a few small margin spots and tiny corner chips; (3) excellent, with some tiny corner chips; (4) ***an original printing error unfortunately substitutes an inverted publisher's catalogue page for a score page - otherwise very good, with a small water-spot in the bottom margin on a few pages; (5) excellent; (6) excellent, with discoloration on the bottom edge of the last couple pages; (7) substantial damage to the first several page edges - now repaired with archival tape; (8) a few more tape-repaired edges, the rest excellent; (9) excellent; (10) excellent; (11) excellent until last page, which has an archival tape repair in the inside margin; (12) very good, with a few small spots in outer margins, and discoloration at the upper right corners. NOTE: Because of the weight (ca. 9 pounds), additional shipping charges will apply and will be requested at the time of ordering. [For international orders, only Priority International shipping is available, requiring an additional $55.00 to most countries.] Given its value, I will insure the package at my own expense. Size: 10.75" x 13.5" [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Liebig-Bilder-Serie: ( Veritable Extrait de Viande Liebig ): Sanguinetti-Nummer 178: La Demande en Mariage.

      Liebig, 1886.. ( Liebig-Bilder-Serie in Chromolithographie gedruckt, teils unter Verwendung von Gold und Silber. Bildgröße 10 x 7 cm: Katalognummer und Erscheinungsjahr nach dem Katalog von Sanguinetti ermittelt: Serie in französischer Sprache ): Hier die Serie Nummer 178: " La Demande en Mariage " aus dem Jahrgnag 1886 ( Serie ist nur in Frankreich erschienen / italienischer Titel: " La Domande di Matrimonio " ). Gezeigt werden: " Les deux rivaus / L'Embarras du choix / Preference justifee / Droits conquis. / Bien! C'est du veritable Liebig. / Le Liebig a contribue a la gloire du vainqueur. " Zusammen 6 Bilder. Von insgesamt guter Erhaltung. - außerordentlich selten - ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ).

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        Fantasies Decoratives

      Paris,: Rouam, January 18. 1886 to January, 1887. . Publisher&#39;s green gilt decorated case with internal flaps.. Some foxing to the margins of some plates. Publieher&#39;s case shows a little wear. . Folio. Loose as issued. 12 parts all with printed and decorated wrsppers. 48 color plates, several heightened in gold. Separate leaf listing the contents of each plate in 6 languages. Colored gravures printed by Gillot( Gillot types on papier du Chine) and backed onto heavier mounts. The designs are fairly specific relating to textiles, wall paper, bookbindinds, tea sets, glass vases, jewelry. Uncommon in any form and quite scarce in original parts in the elaborate publisher&#39;s case. Particularly useful for the publisher&#39;s advertisements, the precise dating and the 12 extra designs, one for each wrappers. " This album heralds the movement via Japanisme from the sentimental glug of past pastiches to Art Nouveau".

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        Former President Rutherford Birchard Hayes constructs the last two generations of his family tree ? ?My grand Fathers ? Rutherford Hayes of New Haven and Roger Birchard Hayes of Mansfield??

      Autograph Letter Signed ?R.B. Hayes,? 1p, 5.5? x 8.5?. Spiegel Grove [Fremont, Ohio], January 16, 1886. On watermarked laid paper. Unknown recipient. Fine condition.In full, ?Private. Dear Sir: My parents were both natives of Vermont. My Grand Fathers were both natives of Connecticut ?" Rutherford Hayes of New Haven, and Roger Birchard Hayes of Mansfield, Windham County. My Grand mother, Abigail Austin was a native of Suffield, Connecticut. My Grandmother Chloe Smith was a native of Hadley, Mass. The Hayes family were early Settlers of Windsor, Ct (now Simsbury) and the Birchards were first settlers of Norwich, Ct.?

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        The Illustrated Sporting And Dramatic News July - December 1886

      Sporting and Dramatic News, 1886. Hardcover. Good/No Dustjacket. 1886. No dust jacket. Large format half leather bound in green boards with leather spine and corners, with gilt lettering. Clean but yellowed pages with no markings or annotations.B&W illustrations. end papers are creased. Moderate wear and scuffing to the boards, mainly on the spine, edges and corners.Rubbing to the spine hinges and ends. For a more detailed description, to request a collation of the pages or for any specific queries on condition, please contact us before your purchase.

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        ALICE'S ADVENTURES UNDER GROUND BEING A FACSIMILE OF THE ORIGINAL MS. BOOK ... WITH THIRTY-SEVEN ILLUSTRATIONS BY THE AUTHOR

      London: Macmillan and Co., 1886.. Small octavo. Reddish cloth, gilt extra, a.e.g. First edition. A tight, internally clean and fine copy, in an early fleece lined folding cloth case, the lining of which has caused some bleached mottling to the cloth color.

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        ALICE'S ADVENTURES UNDER GROUND BEING A FACSIMILE OF THE ORIGINAL MS. BOOK . WITH THIRTY-SEVEN ILLUSTRATIONS BY THE AUTHOR.

      London: Macmillan and Co., 1886. - Small octavo. Reddish cloth, gilt extra, a.e.g. First edition. A tight, internally clean and fine copy, in an early fleece lined folding cloth case, the lining of which has caused some bleached mottling to the cloth color.

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        Also Sprach Zarathustra

      Leipzig: E. W. Fritzsch, 1886. First Edition. Half Calf. Fine. 8vo, 24 by 16 cm, 9.25 by 6.50 inches. 114, [4], 113, [4], 117 pp. First edition, second issue, in which the first three of four parts of Nietzsche's abstract novel were collected, with new title page printed by C. G. Roder, and published in late 1886. With all points mentioned by William H. Schaberg in "The Nietzsche Canon", p. 218 other than wraps now replaced with very handsome half calf over gray boards binding, and in part three, leaf with Inhalt (table of contents or p. 119) not included. In essence, the parts herein are probably of the first issue other than the addition of half-titles and the like. For instance, the "1" on the bottom of the first page of Part III was weak or non-existent in many copies of its first issue and thus is the case here. Extremely scarce early Nietzsche in any state, owing to the checkered, conflict-ridden publishing history of this and other works by Nietzsche. It was during the issuance of "Also Sprach Zarathustra" that Nietzsche had a complete falling out with his publisher, Ernst Schmeitzner, who issued the first three installments of the work separately between 1883 and 1884, before going bankrupt in 1886. Fritzsch, who had published for Nietzsche earlier, ended up buying up the full Nietzsche catalog and stock from Schmeitzner and was the first to issue the three parts together in 1886. (The fourth and final installment of "Zarathustra" was first distributed in May 1885 (45 copies) but was not issued to the public until March 1892.) Other than one small stain on rear cover and a light scuff here or there, the half calf over boards is in fine condition. A few minor chips on original title page, and since all leaves were not cut even, there are inevitable tiny closed tears or chips on those leaves that protrude ever so slightly more than the others. Some browning of leaves, most pronounced on the title. Otherwise tight and clean.

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        Several strands of Ulysses S. Grant?s hair displayed with his image in a chained gold-filled locket

      [Mount McGregor, New York] At least a dozen strands of Ulysses S. Grant?s hair later encased in a 0.75? x 0.75? chained rounded-edged square gold-filled locket opposite an image of Grant. The locket has a decorative floral design on the reverse and was later engraved on the obverse with an ornate letter ?G? ?" Case does not completely close, but easily repaired by a jewelerFrom the January 8, 1886, notarized Letter of Provenance, in possession of University Archives, in part, ?Edward T. Butts being duly sworn says that on the day of 1885 he resided and still resides at No 31 India Street Greenpoint City of Brooklyn County of Kings and State if New York, and that he was employed by Mr Stephen W. Merritt undertaker and doing business at No 210 Eight Avenue City of New York. Deponent further says that on the 24th day of July 1885 he in company with the aforesaid Mr Merritt, and one TJ Hemma who was also employed by said Merritt ... proceeded to Mount McGregor for the purpose of reembalming and laying out Gen Grant. that on

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        LA CIVILIZACION DE LOS ARABES

      Montaner y Simón, Editores - Barcelona. 1886. VIII+328Pág+2h. 32X23. Holandesa, Bellíssima encuadernación. Profusamente ilustrada con preciosos grabados intercalados en le texto, tomados de fotografías del autor y los documentos mas exquisitos. Ref 2.6 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Konvolut mit 70 (!) Jahrgängen der Zeitschrift der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft. Enthalten sind: II. Band 1849-1850 komplett in 4 Heften. / III. Band 1850-1851, Hefte 1, 2 und 3. / IV. Band 1852 Heft 2. / VII. Band, Heft 2 (Feb., März und April 1855) / XXI. Band 1869 komplett (Grüner Originalleinenband). / XXVI. Band 1873-1874 komplett in 4 Heften. / XXVII. Band 1875 komplett in 4 Heften. / XXVIII. Band 1876 kpl. In 4 Heften. / XXIX. Band 1877, Hefte 1, 2 und 3. / XXX. Band 1878 komplett in 4 Bänden. / 10) XXXI. Band 1879 Heft 1. / XXXII. Band 1880 Heft 4. / XXXIII. Band 1881 komplett (Grüner Oppbd.). / XXXIV. Band 1882 komplett (Grüner OPpBd.). / XXXV. Band 1883 komplett (Grüner OPpBd.). / XXXVI. Band 1884 kpl. (Grüner OPpBd.). / XX

      Berlin bei Wilhelm Hertz (Bessersche Buchhandlung ) 1886 ff. [später Ferdinand Enke Berlin]. - P36100 Gr.-8°. Ãœberwiegend Originalhefte, einige Halbleinenbände, einige Pappbände. Ãœberwiegend gut erhalten. Eine sehr schön umfangreiche Folge! Bitte beachten Sie,dass eine Anschlussfolge ab 1945 ebenfalls im Angebot ist! Wegen des hohen Gesamtwerts betragen die Portokosten in Deutschland 10&#128;! Ausland bitte erfragen! --- Band VII, Heft 2: Block in 2 Teilen. Die Tafeln XII-XXIV sind vollständig, jedoch durchgehend fleckig und zum Teil lose. Mäßiger Zustand. 7500

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        L&#39;Ocean Pacifique Occidental : description des groupes d&#39;Iles au nord et a l&#39;est du continent Australien

      Paris: Libraries Ch. Delagrave, 1886. Octavo, with 32 illustrations (many full page) and one map; a handsome copy in contemporary green morocco, a little sunned and rubbed at spine, gilt armorial device on front cover. Rare French edition of this important illustrated account of Australia and the Western Pacific. Specifically designed as an introduction to the islands near Australia in the light of their proposed annexation, Coote travelled to Norfolk Island, Fiji, New Hebrides, Banks Island, Santa Cruz, Solomon Islands, Loyalty Islands and New Caledonia. A particularly important chapter is devoted to the question of &#39;Labour and Trade&#39;, making the work a good contemporary introduction to the implications and consequences of recruiting - or coercing - Western Pacific Islanders as a seasonal labour force in Australia. The unofficial policy of so-called "black-birding" is condemned by Coote, not least because he sees it as contributing to an escalation in conflict between Europeans and Islanders, a point he supports by listing nearly forty attacks between 1875 and 1881, beginning with the death of several of the crew of the James Birney at Lord Howe Island. The illustrations include a view of Melbourne and another in Norfolk Island, as well as many small vignettes from the Pacific. Ferguson lists several copies of the English edition, but this French edition was not known to him. The French edition also appears to be more thoroughly illustrated, listing 32 illustrations (compared to 23 in the English).

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        Professional Criminals of America

      Cassell & Company, 1886-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. FIRST EDITION. New York: Cassell and Company Limited, 1886. 433 pp. Oversize. Rebound in 1969 in red cloth with gilt lettering on spine. First edition, first printing. (No additional printings indicated on copyright page.) Very Good condition. Clean pages. Binding is quite sturdy, just a trace of soiling to exterior, some hinges reinforced. From a private collector, not an ex-library copy! One former owner&#39;s stamp on front paste down, another&#39;s name (dated 1896) written on front free end paper, bindery info on rear paste down. A few stray stains, light dampstains, and areas of offsetting. Overall, the text block is very well-preserved for its age.True first of an enjoyable study of crime from 1886 that has since been reissued a number of times. Lots of great photographs.

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        Konvolut mit 70 (!) Jahrgängen der Zeitschrift der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft. Enthalten sind: II. Band 1849-1850 komplett in 4 Heften. / III. Band 1850-1851, Hefte 1, 2 und 3. / IV. Band 1852 Heft 2. / VII. Band, Heft 2 (Feb., März und April 1855) / XXI. Band 1869 komplett (Grüner Originalleinenband). / XXVI. Band 1873-1874 komplett in 4 Heften. / XXVII. Band 1875 komplett in 4 Heften. / XXVIII. Band 1876 kpl. In 4 Heften. / XXIX. Band 1877, Hefte 1, 2 und 3. / XXX. Band 1878 komplett in 4 Bänden. / 10) XXXI. Band 1879 Heft 1. / XXXII. Band 1880 Heft 4. / XXXIII. Band 1881 komplett (Grüner Oppbd.). / XXXIV. Band 1882 komplett (Grüner OPpBd.). / XXXV. Band 1883 komplett (Grüner OPpBd.). / XXXVI. Band 1884 kpl. (Grüner OPpBd.). / XXXVII.Band 1885 kpl. (Grüner OPpBd.). / XXXVIII. Band 1886 komplett in 4 Heften. / XXXIX. 1887 Band komplett in 4 Heften. / XL. 1888 Band komplett in 4 Heften. / 20) XLI. Band 1889 komplett in 4 Heften. / XLII. Band 1890 komplett in 4 Heften. / XLIII. Band 1891 komplett in 4 Heften. / XLIV. Band 1892 komplett in 4 Heften. / XLV. Band 1893 komplett in 4 Heften. / Register der Zs d dt geol. Ges. für die Bände 1-50 (1848-1898). Ein Namen-, Sach- und Orts-Verzeichnisse der darin enthaltenen Abhandlungen, Briefe und Protokolle. / 54. Band 1902 kpl. (Originalhalbleinenband.). / 55. Band 1903 kpl. (Originalhalbleinenband.). / 56. Band 1904 kpl. (Originalhalbleinenband.). / 57. Band 1905 kpl. (Originalhalbleinenband.). / 58. Band 1908 kpl. (Originalhalbleinenband.). / 30) 59. Band 1907 kpl. (Originalhalbleinenband.). / 60. Band 1908 kpl. (Originalhalbleinenband.). / 61. Band 1909 kpl. (Originalhalbleinenband.). / 62. Band 1910 kpl. (Originalhalbleinenband.). / 63. Band 1911 kpl. (Originalhalbleinenband.). // 64. Band 1912 IV. Heft und 12 Monatsberichte. / 65. Band 1913-1914 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 66. Band 1914 kpl. In 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 67. Band 1915 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 68. Band 1916 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 40) 69. Band 1917 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 70. Band 1918 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 71. Band 1919 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 72. Band 1920 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 73. 1921 Band komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 74. Band 1922 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 75. Band 1923 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 76. Band 1924 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 77. Band 1925 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 78. Band 1926 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 50) 79. Band 1927 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 80. Band 1928 komplett in 4 Heften und 12 Monatsberichten. // 81. Band 1929 komplett in 10 Heften. //82. Band 1930 komplett in 10 Heften. // 83. Band 1931 komplett in 10 Heften. // 84. Band 1932 komplett in 10 Heften. // 85. Band 1933 in 10 Heften ohne Heft 6. // 86. Band 1934 komplett in 10 Heften. // 87. Band 1935 komplett in 10 Heften. // 88. Band 1936 komplett in 10 Heften. // 60) 89. Band 1937 komplett in 10 Heften. // 90. Band 1938 komplett in 10 Heften. // 91. Band 1939 komplett in 10 Heften. // 92. Band 1940 komplett in 10 Heften. // 93. Band 1941 komplett in 10 Heften. // 94. Band 1942 komplett in 10 Heften. // 95. Band 1943 komplett in 10 Heften. // 96. Band 1944, 6 Nummern in 2 Heften. // 97. Band 1945, komplett mit Heft 1. // 69) 98. Band 1946.

      Berlin bei Wilhelm Hertz (Bessersche Buchhandlung ) 1886 ff. [später Ferdinand Enke Berlin].. Gr.-8°. Ãœberwiegend Originalhefte, einige Halbleinenbände, einige Pappbände. Ãœberwiegend gut erhalten. Eine sehr schön umfangreiche Folge! Bitte beachten Sie,dass eine Anschlussfolge ab 1945 ebenfalls im Angebot ist!. Wegen des hohen Gesamtwerts betragen die Portokosten in Deutschland 10EUR! Ausland bitte erfragen! --- Band VII, Heft 2: Block in 2 Teilen. Die Tafeln XII-XXIV sind vollständig, jedoch durchgehend fleckig und zum Teil lose. Mäßiger Zustand. #P36100

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        BULLETTINO DELL'ISTITUTO STORICO ITALIANO.

      Istituto Storico Italiano 1886-1944 In - 8 gr., brossura. Di questa importante pubblicazione offriamo una collezione completa dei primi 59 volumi: dal 1886 (n. 1) al 1944. La loro consistenza varia notevolmente: si passa da circa 80 pp. alle 300 / 350 pp. circa dei volumi pubblicati negli anni Trenta e Quaranta. A partire dal 1923 - n. 42 - il titolo della pubblicazione cambia in "Bullettino dell'Istituto Storico Italiano e Archivio Muratoriano". Dal n. 56 (parte seconda) del 1940 diventa "Bullettino dell'Istituto Storico Italiano per il Medio Evo e Archivio Muratoriano". Solo qualche lieve traccia d?uso alle brossure, altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.

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        Austen's Novels. ( The Works ). Comprising: Sense & Sensibility; Emma; Mansfield Park; Northanger Abbey & Persuasion; Pride & Prejudice; A Memoir; Lady Susan; The Watsons.

      London: Richard Bentley. 1886 - 6 volume set, 7.5 inches tall. Half crushed morocco by Hatchards. With gilt raised bands, gilt titles and centre tools with red calf onlays. It is unusual to find sets of Austen bound in the 19th century in such superb bright, unfaded condition. Frontispieces. An exceptional set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kl. Frankfurterstr..

      . Aquarell u. Federzeichnung v. Paul Lothar Müller, dat. 1886, 33 x 21 (H). Thieme Becker Bd. XXV, S. 245. Müller war von 1886- 89 Schüler der Akademie. - Blick ( von einem erhöhten Standort ) aus der Kleinen Frankfurter Straße zur Kreuzung Kaiser-, Schilling- und Große Frankfurter Straße.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Concert d'Ete. Poemes de J. S. Pons - Gravures de Aristide Maillol. Paris, Flammarion 1945. 4to. 148 S. Mit 26 Orig.-Holzschnitten v. A. Maillol. Hellbrauner Maroquinbd. mit kreisrunder, eingelegter rotbrauner Deckelintarsie und stilisierten goldenen Blüten, gehämmerter Kopfgoldschnitt. In Orig.-Halblederkassette. (Signiert R. Meuter, Ascona).

      . . Eines von 200 numerierten Exemplaren auf Bütten. Aristide Maillol illustriert in 26 Orig.-Holzschnitten die lyrische Erzählung des bedeutenden katalanischen Dichters Josep Sebastia Pons (1886-1962). Gebunden in einem Meistereinband von Roland Meuter, Ascona. Tadellos erhalten. - Guerin 227-252.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schmidt & Günther Einzelunte]
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        Ueber den Rückzug der Zehntausend. Eine Studie. Mit einer farbigen Karte in Steindruck.

      Mittler & Sohn,, Berlin, 1886 - Berlin, Mittler & Sohn, 1886. 29 S. Priv. HLwd. der Zeit. EA. Mit der Karte. ADB LIV, 616. - Ebd. berieben, stockfleckig, kl. Läsur an Karte. - Strecker (1830 - 1890), trat zunächst in ein preußisches Jägerbataillion und während des Krimkrieges in das von England in Konstantinopel aufgestellte Turkish Contingent ein. Nach Friedensschluß verblieb er im Dienste des osmanischen Reiches und wurde bald zur Schulung in der Artellerie eingesetzt. Während des Krieges gegen Rußland war er in Varna, dem Hauptetappenort der Donauarmee, eingesetzt und später in Ostrumelien. Nach Beendigung des Krieges wurde er ins Kriegsministerium berufen. Er bemühte sich die Kenntnisse der Ereignisse des letzten Krieges zu verbreiten, die fast nur aus russischen h Quellen stammte; weiters beschäftigte er sich mit einer Materialsammlung der türkischen Quellen desselben Krieges. Seine hier vorliegende Schrift war ein Resulat seiner auf dem Schauplatz der Ereignisse in Kleinasien gemachten Studien. Deutsch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CENDRILLON ET LES FEES

      Asnieres-sur-Seine: Boussod Valadon et Cie, 1886. Printed in 200 copies. Light foxing to preliminaries, bookplate removed with consequent damage. Spine just slightly lighter than covers. Stunning illustrations and binding. Printed in 200 copies. Folio (15.5"). Unpaged. 34 leaves with 33 illustrations in and around the text beautifully printed in colors by Boussod Valadon after aquarelles by Edouard de Beaumont. Most elegantly bound in full brown crushed morocco with silk endpapers, t.e.g., the spine with gilt title and panel ornaments, the covers sumptuously gilt with elaborate borders and cornerpieces, dentelles. The color printed illustrations as fine as the original watercolors.& Cinderella and The Fairies (commonly known in English as Diamonds and Toads) appeared originally in 1697 in Histories Ou Contes Du Temps Passe Avec Des Moralitez after a manuscript edition of 1695.

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        Excellent full signature of Gen. Chamberlain!

      Original postmarked pictorial hotel envelope, 5.75? x 4.5?, addressed by Chamberlain to ?Mrs Joshua L. Chamberlain / 226 Maine st. / Brunswick, / Maine / Etats Unis d?Amerique.? Rough upper edge where opened. Fine condition.A fine signature of the Civil War General within the addressee, can either be clipped from the envelope or matted over.?Hotel Grand Continental, Cairo? printed in upper left above a drawing of two Egyptians seated on camels, three different types of trees, and a pyramid in the background. A one piaster Egyptian definitive stamp, first issued in 1886, picturing the Great Sphinx of Giza and the Pyramid of Khufu in the background, is affixed in the upper right. Caire 2 II 91 (Cairo February 2, 1891) postmarks. Back stamped ?Brunswick ME Feb 19 1901 Received? postmark.A color photocopy of Gen. Chamberlain?s February 1, 1901, six page letter to his wife, Fanny, is present.The Jan. 12, 1901, issue of the ?New-York Tribune? reported that ?Gen

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