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        Epipsychidion ? A Type Fac-Simile Reprint of the Original Edition First Published in 1821. With an Introduction by the Rev. Stopford A. Brooke and a Note by Algernon Charles Swinburne. Edited by Robert Alfred Potts

      London: For the Shelley Society, 1887. One of 3 copies printed on vellum. lxvi, 31, [3] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original boards. Fine. With the bookplate of H. Buxton-Forman, President of the Shelley Society (which published the book). One of 3 Copies on Vellum - Buxton Forman's Copy

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        APUNTES HISTÓRICOS SOBRE LA ARTILLERÍA ESPAÑOLA. 2 VOL.

      Imp. E.Tipográfico Fortanet. - Imp. Del cuerpo de Artillería. 1887 y 1891., Madrid. - 471 págs + 428 págs. Intonso, papel de ambos ejemplares en muy buen estado. Primer vol, Apuntes Históricos sobre la Artillería Española en los Siglos XIV y XV, primera edición tirada de 1000 ejemplares, contiene 15 láminas desplegables al final del libro y fuera de texto.; Segundo vol, Apuntes Históricos Sobre la Artillería Española en la primera mitad del siglo XVI, segunda parte de la obra de igual titulo referente á los siglo XIV y XV,Con dedicatoria y firma del autor, tirada de 800 ejemplares, contiene 27 láminas desplegables al final del libro y fuera de texto. Rústica, lomos y cubiertas castigadas. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA LUCES DE BOHEMIA]
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        A LADY'S RANCHE LIFE IN MONTANA

      W. H. ALLEN & Co., 1887. - First edition. 16mo. Original light blue cloth, titles stamped in gold gilt on the front cover and spine, black front and rear endpapers, viii, 170 [2] pp., preface. Herd 1860 says "Scarce." Events of an English lady who moved from England to Montana to become a ranching homesteader. Events recorded in Isabella Randall's diary. Laid-in is a two-page mimeographed poem that was published in the Bozeman Avant Carrier, April 25, 1889, that is titled A Composite Photo Of The Lady Whose Ranch Life Has Lately Been Chronicled. Re-cased with original cloth laid-down, spine panel darkened, light wear to the spine ends, former owner's bookplate on the front pastedown sheet, former owner's inked name and date on verso of front fly leaf, else a very good copy housed in a cloth clamshell case with titles stamped in gold gilt on the spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Clipper of the Clouds

      Sampson Low Marston Searle & Rivington 1887 - This is the First British Edition of this classic Science Fiction work from Verne, features an attractive colour pictorial cover titled in gilt to upper board and spine, page edges gilded all-round, internally illustrated with a frontispiece and forty full page illustrations, rear publishers catalogue dated October 1886 indicating the book was probably published for the 1886 Christmas market although carrying the 1887 date, and also contrary to popular belief probably precedes the American George Munro edition published in June 1887, the cloth has some small marks to rear cover with some general darkening, rubbing wear to spine ends and corners else in good general condition, internally old ownership name to front endpaper, there is some noticeable foxing to a few pages with some handling marks else overall contents are in good general condition. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Caledonia;: Or, A historical and topographical account of North Britain, from the most ancient to the present times with a dictionary of places chorographical & philological

      Paisley : Alexander Gardner 1887 - 8 volume complete set. Includes index. Folios. Edition De Luxe, printed on handmade Whatman's paper. Publisher?s 1/4 leather binding over burgundy boards. Top edge gilt. Some hinges reinforced. Vol. 1 joints are weak. Small tear at head of vol. 6. Some discoloration/white spotting to covers edges of vols. 5, 6, 7. Large folding map of Scotland in vol. 1. Internally very good, with clean, unmarked pages. A significant history of Scotland. This set is not signed or numbered. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bracton's Note Book, A Collection of Cases Decided in the King's Courts During the Reign of Henry the Third, Annotated by a Lawyer of That Time, Seemingly by Henry of Bratton. Three Volumes [complete]

      C.J. Clay & Sons, Cambridge University Press Warehouse [etc.], London 1887 - Original cloth gilt, lightly worn, discreetly ex-Cambridge University Press Library, Fetter Lane, a few hinges cracking, largely uncut; the Taussig copy First edition of one of Maitland's earliest works and one which Vinogradoff called "a model of its kind", privately printed at Maitland's expense, and providing us with the raw data upon which Bracton worked in constructing his famed treatise [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA]
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        The Art of Angling. How and Where to Catch Fish

      New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1887. First edition, large paper copy, number 29 of 50 copies. Illustrated with vignettes. 96 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Bound in three quarter green morocco and marbled boards, wrappers bound in, t.e.g. Bookplates of Lindley Eberstadt and Henry Siegel. Attractive copy of the large paper issue of the standard how-to book of the late 1880s, with distinguished provenance.

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        Portraits of Celebrated Racehorses of the Past and Present Centuries in Strictly Chronological order, Commencing in 1702 and Ending in 1870 Together with Their Respective Pedigrees and Performances in Full. 4 volume set

      London: Sampson, Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover rubbed and bumped with some edge fading. Some staining to lower board of volume I. Teg. Contents bright. 1887. First Edition. Quarter leather red cloth cover. 270mm x 190mm (11" x 7"). 258pp; 298pp; 361pp; 384pp. Numerous engravings. Volumes III and IV published in 1888. .

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
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        A Manual of the Art of Bookbinding: Containing Full Instructions in the Different Branches of Forwarding, Gilding and Finishing Also, the Art of Marbling Book-Edges and Paper The Whole Designed for the Practical Workman, the Amateur, and the Book-Collector

      Philadelphia: Henry Carey Baird & Co., Industrial Publishers., Booksellers and Importers, 810 Walnut Street, 1887. Third edition. Illustrated, with 7 marble paper samples. 1 vols. 8vo. Original green cloth, gilt stamped spine. Fine, number on spine small stamps on endpapers.

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        Album of 63 photographs of Outdoor Scenes in the Myakka Frontier, Peace River, and Fort Myers regions of Florida

      1887. 26 leaves with 63 mounted albumen prints, most 4-1/2 x 7-7/8 inches, all captioned in ink. 1 vols. 4to. Recent red morocco and original red cloth over boards. One photograph with clean split across image, no loss. Some fading, generally fine and clear. The Florida Frontier, 1887 Assembled by a party of men on an extended tour and hunting expedition in the area, the album documents numerous locations in southwest Florida in the period immediately following the extension of the Florida Southern Railroad into the Peace River region in 1886. All of the photographs are captioned in ink, and all but the first nine, which were taken at Interlachen (near Gainesville), relate to southwest Florida. The album includes scenes of the grounds of Charles Francis, Jr. at Interlachen, and the residence of Goerge Long; the railway station, an office car, and a street scene at Trabue; views of the Hotel Punta Gorda under construction; waterfront scenes along the Punta Rassa; views of Fort Myers; a Spanish Fishing village; a "Cracker" family and their orange grove; Judge Ziba King and his house at Fort Ogden; scenes of the Myakka River, Bartow, and Zolfo Springs, and a number of hunting and camping scenes. Nineteenth century photographic albums of Florida are very scarce; the present album shows the rural landscape of southwest Florida at the dawn of the modern age.

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        Mademoiselle de Maupin

      London: Vizetelly & Co, 1887. First English edition. Frontispiece, title, and sixteen etchings by Champollion after Toudouze. [ii, ads], xii, [9] - 362 pp. 8vo. Publisher's citron cloth, gilt stamped. Near fine. A beautiful copy of the first English edition.

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        Album of 63 photographs of Outdoor Scenes in the Myakka Frontier, Peace River, and Fort Myers regions of Florida

      1887. 26 leaves with 63 mounted albumen prints, most 4-1/2 x 7-7/8 inches, all captioned in ink. 1 vols. 4to. Recent red morocco and original red cloth over boards. One photograph with clean split across image, no loss. Some fading, generally fine and clear. The Florida Frontier, 1887 Assembled by a party of men on an extended tour and hunting expedition in the area, the album documents numerous locations in southwest Florida in the period immediately following the extension of the Florida Southern Railroad into the Peace River region in 1886. All of the photographs are captioned in ink, and all but the first nine, which were taken at Interlachen (near Gainesville), relate to southwest Florida. The album includes scenes of the grounds of Charles Francis, Jr. at Interlachen, and the residence of Goerge Long; the railway station, an office car, and a street scene at Trabue; views of the Hotel Punta Gorda under construction; waterfront scenes along the Punta Rassa; views of Fort Myers; a Spanish Fishing village; a "Cracker" family and their orange grove; Judge Ziba King and his house at Fort Ogden; scenes of the Myakka River, Bartow, and Zolfo Springs, and a number of hunting and camping scenes. Nineteenth century photographic albums of Florida are very scarce; the present album shows the rural landscape of southwest Florida at the dawn of the modern age.

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        Bracton's Note Book, A Collection of Cases Decided in the King's Courts During the Reign of Henry the Third, Annotated by a Lawyer of That Time, Seemingly by Henry of Bratton. Three Volumes [complete]

      First edition of one of Maitland's earliest works and one which Vinogradoff called "a model of its kind", privately printed at Maitland's expense, and providing us with the raw data upon which Bracton worked in constructing his famed treatise. Original cloth gilt, lightly worn, discreetly ex-Cambridge University Press Library, Fetter Lane, a few hinges cracking, largely uncut; the Taussig copy. C.J. Clay & Sons, Cambridge University Press Warehouse [etc.], London, 1887.

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
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        THE BAR-TENDER';S GUIDE OR HOW TO MIX ALL KINDS OF PLAIN AND FANCY DRINKS

      New York: Dick & Fitzgerald Publishers, 1887. New and Enlarged Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. First published in 1862, Jerry Thomas's Bar-Tender's Guide (sometimes known as The Bon-Vivant's Companion) is the seminal work on cocktails, and the first drinks book published in the United States. Thomas codified the oral tradition of recipes from the earliest days of cocktails, laying down principles for concocting mixed drinks of all categories. Thomas Guide was updated several times to include new drinks. All of the editions contain the recipe for his Blue Blazer, his signature drink -- not for the novice, it involves setting whiskey ablaze and passing it between two glasses, making a continuous arc of flame [see p. 51 -- he suggests practicing for a time with cold water!]. 130 + [14] ad pp. In publisher's cloth which has been rebacked with the original spine with titling laid down. Very Good binding.

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        La France vraie - 2 tomi in unico vol.

      Calmann Lévy 1887 edizione originale, in 16°, pp.311, 542, bella leg. m / pelle coeva rossa con tit. in oro e cordoni al ds., ottimo esempl. Il Caillet (III, 9806) riserva grandi elogi a quest?opera e ne elenca i particolari pregi, tra i quali quello di aver messo in evidenza il ruolo importantissimo dei Templari: ?Saint - Yves d?Alveydre est le premier auteur qui ait montré sous son vrai jour l?oeuvre grandiose des Templiers et qui ait rendu le tribut d?honneur et de reconnaissance qui leur est dù?, e aggiunge subito dopo: ?Tout occultiste, tout français, devrait avoir lu et médité cet ouvrage. Ajoutons que l?auteur parle longuement de Fabre d?Olivet et donne nombreux détails sur la vie psychique de ce Maitre?. Dorbon 4338. Raro.

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        Photographic Illustrations, with a Description of Mandalay & Upper Burmah Expeditionary Force, 1886-87

      Birmingham: A Pumphrey, Photographic Publisher,, 1887. By a Cavalry Officer. Quarto (287 × 214 mm) Later red half morocco, old marbled boards, black morocco label. Title page printed in red and black, lithographic plan of Mandalay, and 59 albumen prints (100 × 133 mm) mounted on thin card leaves, rectos only, within red ruled borders, with accompanying letter-press text. A little rubbed, boards slightly soiled, light browning throughout, the mounting leaves slightly rippled and with some marginal soot-streaking - see below - the majority of the prints remain strong, a few a little faded, and one somewhat spotted, overall very good. First and only edition. Extremely uncommon photographic record of the Third Anglo-Burmese War, COPAC locates BL and SOAS only, OCLC adds just 8 further copies worldwide. A printed slip from the publishers, tipped in after the second blank, explains that on 8 December 1887 their premises have been subject to "a serious fire … the contents have suffered very considerably", which almost certainly explains the scarcity of the book, and also the sooting at the page edges. Newspaper clipping relating the story mounted on the third blank. The war was the last of three between the Burmese and the British fought during the nineteenth century. Following the Second Anglo-Burmese War, Lower Burma had been annexed to Britain, the Konbaung Dynast retaining sovereignty only of the territories described as Upper Burma. At the conclusion of the third war, Burma was formally annexed to Britain, becoming a province of India. Graham explains that he had originally intended his photographs for his "own satisfaction", but "later on, when I found so many of my friends were anxious to secure copies, which I had not the time to print, it struck me that they would probably be glad to obtain a Series, as a memento of Burmah, if I could get them done at a moderate price" ("preface"). The pictures "are necessarily small, as they were taken by apparatus capable of being carried by an Officer in the field, the negatives being on Eastman's paper". An interesting selection of images; views in and around Mandalay - the Palace, Merchant Street, Kyaung on Mandalay Hill, the Cemetery - together with a series of locations on the Irrawaddy including one of an Irrawaddy Flotilla Company steamer and flats; local "types" - Wayside Food Sellers, A Bishop and Priests, Burmese Dacoits, Silk Sellers in the King's Bazaar; and group portraits of the Army and British officials - Sir Charles Bernard, Sir George White, Brig.-General East and Sir Charles Arbuthnot and their respective staffs, several of Graham's regiment, a trooper of the Bengal Cavalry, Chestnut Troop, Bengal 7th, the Medical Staff, Indian Ambulance Corps, "Guns coming into action". Col. Graham (1838-1918) was born in Agra, the son of Colonel Joseph Graham, 50th. Bengal Infantry. He joined the 7th Bengal Cavalry in May 1856, and saw action with them in the Indian Mutiny, "defence of the Kumaon Hills and Rohilcund against the rebels in 1857-58 … action at Cherpoora and other minor affairs" (Hart's Army List); and in the Second Anglo-Afghan War, 1880, lines of communication on the Khyber, both of which campaigns he received the medal for. In Burma he was mentioned in despatches, and received the medal and clasp. Contemporary ownership inscription of H.H. Day, together with his bookplate, later bookplate of noted military bibliophile Mark Dineley.

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        Kando Koron / Teachings of Buddhism / 1887 Woodblock Printed Zen Guide

      1887 (no place / no publisher): 1887, Kando Koron. Subtly patterned wraps, 26 pp., woodblock printed on soft, fibrous, flexible paper, likely a form rice paper. In Japanese throughout, of course. Very Good; one stain and bit of sporadic soil on cover (see scans), covers have stood the test of time quite sturdily. Contents are Fine. Contains Zen Buddhist teachings; "Kando" roughly translates as a feeling or sensation of profound excitement and gratification derived from experiencing supreme quality and performance. "Koron" may be a proper name in this context. Vintage, quaint and a bit mystical in aspect. L30n

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        Ergebnisse naturwissenschaftlicher Forschungen auf Ceylon in den Jahren 1884-1886.

      Wiesbaden, C.W.Kreidel's Verlag, 1887 - 1908.. 4 Bände in 10 Bänden bzw. Heften. So vollständig. Bd.1, Erstes Heft: Die Augen und das Integument der Diadematiden. Über zwei parasitische Schnecken. Bd.1, Zweites Heft: Aus der Entwicklungsgeschichte der Helix Waltoni-Reeve. Knospenbildung bei Linckia Multiflora-Lamarck.Bd.1, Drittes Heft: Über die Anatomie der Echinothuriden und die Phylogenie der Echinodermen. Bd 2, Heft 1 - 4: Zur Entwicklungsgeschichte und Anatomie der ceylonesischen Blindwühle Ichthyophis Glutinosus. Bd. 3, je 1 Textband und ein Tafelband (Atlas): Die Weddas von Ceylon und die sie umgebenden Völkerschaften. Ein Versuch, die in der Phylogenie des Menschen ruhenden Räthsel der Lösung näher zu bringen. Bd. 4 : Die Steinzeit auf Ceylon. EA. Mit zusammen 136 Tafeln, teils lithografisch (einige handkoloriert), großteils fotografisch, sehr zahlreiche in Kupfertiefdruck, sowie zahlreichen Zeichnungen, Tabellen und Karten. 154 S. / 263 S. / 599 S. / 93 S. plus jeweils unpaginierte Tafelteile mit je vorliegendem Blatt mit Erläuterungen und Zeichnungen. 2°. Bd. 1, 2 und 4 Original-Broschurbände, unbeschnitten, in 8 Einzelheften jeweils in einer HLn.-Mappe mit Schließbändchen; Bd.3 in zwei schweren HLn.-Bänden (Text und Atlas) mit marmorierten Deckeln. Alle 8 Einzelhefte sind in gutem Zustand, unaufgeschnitten, sauber und vollständig; nur sind sie teils im Rücken etwas angebrochen, Bd.4 hat minimale Feuchtigkeitsspuren auf den letzten Seiten in der unteren Ecke. Die Mappen zu diesen Heften sind teilweise in schlechtem Zustand, der Leinenrücken gebrochen, die Schließbändchen fehlen oft und es gibt diverse Gebrauchsspuren auf den Pappdeckeln. Bd. 4 mit einem schwach sichtbaren Stempel auf der Mappe. Die beiden schweren Teilbände von Bd. 3 sind in ausgezeichnetem Zustand, von innen sauber, vollständig, fest in der Bindung. Auf den Vortiteln ist jeweils ein Stempel, die Rücken zeigen unten Spuren eines entfernten Bibl.-Schildes, die Ecken sind ganz leicht angestoßen, die Leinenrücken verblasst, die Leder-Rückenschildchen mit kleinen Ausrissen im Leder.. Das Erscheinen der ersten drei Bände diese gewaltigen Werkes in den Jahren 1887 bis 1893 machte die Vettern Paul und Fritz Sarasin schlagartig zu Anthropologen, Ethnologen und Zoologen ersten Ranges. Der 4. Band, zuerst gar nicht vorgesehen, erschien 21 Jahre nach dem ersten Heft und ist inhaltlich der Wedda-Monographie zuzuordnen, geht es doch um Belege für die Herkunft derselben. Nicht zuletzt wegen dieses langen Erscheinungs-Zeitraumes ist das Gesamtwerk eine absolute Rarität. Es erschienen von den Sarasins weitere wichtige und ähnlich voluminöse Werke u.a. über Celebes und Neu-Kaledonien, mit ähnlich beeindruckenden Tafelteilen. (Fragen Sie danach auch beim Antiquariat KAIAPO.)

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        Our National Game

      [New York:]: Liebenroth von Auw, 1887. Six Chromolithographs. 1 vols. Large 4to. Original publisher's cream colored cloth with gilt and black stamping. Spine shows moderate wear. The pictorial title page depicts a standing baseball team surrounding a seated coach, surmounted by patriotic motifs and above a design of crossed bats and equipment. The other illustrations are skillfully rendered field level scenes of a Wild Pitch, Fly Ball, Foul Ball, a runner Caught between Bases, and Home Run -- each with extremely interesting details of uniforms, equipment, positions, etc. A rare, early, large format "coffee-table" book on the sport, which, by this time, had already become the "national game". Interestingly, the publisher of this rarity, Liebenroth & Von Auw, was a New York firm which specialized in German-language publications targeting the immigrant community: schoolbooks, handwriting manuals, and notably, a hymnal for the Dutch-Reformed Lutheran Church. The latest of their publications recorded in OCLC is 1886 - but there is no recorded copy in any American library of this important pictorial record of baseball as it was played in the 1880's.

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        La Scherma italiana di spada e di sciabola per Ferdinando Masiello.

      1887 - Firenze, Stab. Tipografico G. Civelli, 1887. In 8vo grande (cm. 23,9); mz. pelle coeva con tit. in oro; ritr., pp. XII, 593 (2) + belle tavole litografiche f. testo. Gelli, p. 189 e segg.: Questo grosso volume di quasi 600 pagine racchiude il ritr. dell'Autore in litografia, la dedica ai conti Pietro e Riccardo Bastogi; una prefazione; circa 135 pagine di cenni storici sulla scherma,La meccanica della spada, Trattato della spada, Trattato della sciabola, oltre a 70 tavole litografate e numerosi specchi sinottici. Noi consideriamo il Masiello, specie per la sciabola, come il rigeneratore della scherma italiana della seconda metà dell'Ottocento. L'opera sel Masiello, è la più pratica, la più splendida, la più sapiente e la migliore che sia stata pubblicata sulla scherma in Italia nel secolo XIX. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Contributions to the Natural History of Alaska. Results of Investigations made Chiefly in the Yukon District and the Aleutian Islands ... from May, 1874 to August, 1881. Prepared under the Direction of Brig. and Bvt. Maj. Gen. W.B. Hazen. [with:] Nelson, Edward W. Report upon Natural History Collections Made in Alaska between the Years 1877 and 1881. Edited by Henry W. Henshaw. No. III. Arctic Series of Publications Issued in Connection with the Signal Service, U.S. Army

      Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1887. First editions. 26 Plates (15 of Fish, 11 Color ones of Birds) in First Volume; 21 Colour plates (12 in color of Birds, 9 of Fish) in Second Volume. Chromolithographic plates produced by R. and J.L. Ridgeway. [2], 226; 337 pp. 2 vols. 4to. Half modern red morocco, preserving original cloth covered boards (some old traces of soiling to boards). Fine.

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        Photographic Illustrations, with a Description of Mandalay & Upper Burmah Expeditionary Force, 1886-87. By a Cavalry Officer.

      Birmingham: A Pumphrey, Photographic Publisher, 1887 - Quarto (287 × 214 mm) Later red half morocco, old marbled boards, black morocco label. A little rubbed, boards slightly soiled, light browning throughout, the mounting leaves slightly rippled and with some marginal soot-streaking - see below - the majority of the prints remain strong, a few a little faded, and one somewhat spotted, overall very good. Title page printed in red and black, lithographic plan of Mandalay, and 59 albumen prints (100 × 133 mm) mounted on thin card leaves, rectos only, within red ruled borders, with accompanying letter-press text. First and only edition. Extremely uncommon photographic record of the Third Anglo-Burmese War, COPAC locates BL and SOAS only, OCLC adds just 8 further copies worldwide. A printed slip from the publishers, tipped in after the second blank, explains that on 8 December 1887 their premises have been subject to "a serious fire the contents have suffered very considerably", which almost certainly explains the scarcity of the book, and also the sooting at the page edges. Newspaper clipping relating the story mounted on the third blank. The war was the last of three between the Burmese and the British fought during the nineteenth century. Following the Second Anglo-Burmese War, Lower Burma had been annexed to Britain, the Konbaung Dynast retaining sovereignty only of the territories described as Upper Burma. At the conclusion of the third war, Burma was formally annexed to Britain, becoming a province of India. Graham explains that he had originally intended his photographs for his "own satisfaction", but "later on, when I found so many of my friends were anxious to secure copies, which I had not the time to print, it struck me that they would probably be glad to obtain a Series, as a memento of Burmah, if I could get them done at a moderate price" ("preface"). The pictures "are necessarily small, as they were taken by apparatus capable of being carried by an Officer in the field, the negatives being on Eastman's paper". An interesting selection of images; views in and around Mandalay - the Palace, Merchant Street, Kyaung on Mandalay Hill, the Cemetery - together with a series of locations on the Irrawaddy including one of an Irrawaddy Flotilla Company steamer and flats; local "types" - Wayside Food Sellers, A Bishop and Priests, Burmese Dacoits, Silk Sellers in the King's Bazaar; and group portraits of the Army and British officials - Sir Charles Bernard, Sir George White, Brig.-General East and Sir Charles Arbuthnot and their respective staffs, several of Graham's regiment, a trooper of the Bengal Cavalry, Chestnut Troop, Bengal 7th, the Medical Staff, Indian Ambulance Corps, "Guns coming into action". Col. Graham (1838-1918) was born in Agra, the son of Colonel Joseph Graham, 50th. Bengal Infantry. He joined the 7th Bengal Cavalry in May 1856, and saw action with them in the Indian Mutiny, "defence of the Kumaon Hills and Rohilcund against the rebels in 1857-58 action at Cherpoora and other minor affairs" (Hart's Army List); and in the Second Anglo-Afghan War, 1880, lines of communication on the Khyber, both of which campaigns he received the medal for. In Burma he was mentioned in despatches, and received the medal and clasp. Contemporary ownership inscription of H.H. Day, together with his bookplate, later bookplate of noted military bibliophile Mark Dineley. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        HISTORY OF DALLAS COUNTY, TEXAS: FROM 1837 TO 1887

      Milligan, Cornett & Farnham, Printers, 1887. - First edition. 18mo. 6 5/8" x 4 3/4" printed wrappers, 114 [2] pp., introduction, index, errata, advertisements. The author came to Dallas in 1871, and was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention of 1875. There is material on John Neely Bryan, the Peters Colony, Indian skirmishes, early Dallas County families, establishment of Dallas as a county seat, Navigation of the Trinity River from Dallas to Galveston, Reconstruction, Indian murder committed against citizens, the Grand Prairie fight in 1846, and much more. Raines' Bibliography of Texas says "With special reference to pioneer settlers." This is a cornerstone work on Dallas and Dallas County by a note Texas historian. Very light wear to the edges of the front cover, a small chip to the top corner of the rear cover, else the interior is clean and bright and a solid very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Die österreichisch-ungarische Monarchie in Wort und Bild. Auf Anregung und unter Mitwirkung weiland Seiner kaiserl. und königl. Hoheit des durchlauchtigsten Kronprinzen Erzherzog Rudolf begonnen, fortgesetzt unter dem Protectorate Ihrer kaiserl. und königl. Hoheit der durchlauchtigsten Frau Kronprinzessin-Witwe Erzherzogin Stephanie.

      Wien, k.k Hof- u. Staatsdruckerei, ca. 1887-1894.. 24 Bde. Pag. Geprägter OLwd.. Schönes Expl.

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        Western Australia its Past History; Present Trade & Resources; its future position in the Australian group.

      Turner & Hendersohn,, Sydney: 1887 - Favenc compiled this scarce pamphlet hastily while on a visit to Western Australia. This was published in a small run with no financial reward, but it did attract a commission from an English syndficate to examine pastoral land in the North-West of W.A. Small 4to, 84pp, 6pp ads. Frontispiece map. Orig. blue/gray printed wrappers, little dusty, spine ruffled with some loss o/w a very clean and bright copy. OCLC: 38720157. Ferguson 9562. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit Paraphe.

      Wohl Aberdeen, 18. II. 1887. - 3 SS. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. An den Konzertagenten Ignaz Kugel: "In der zweiten Hälfte der Saison gedenke ich mit dem Quartett nach Rußland zu gehen, + frage bei Ihnen an, ob Sie noch geneigt sind unter Ihren früher mir speziell für Rußland offerirten Bedingungen eine - etwa 4-6 wöchentliche - Tournee mit meinem Quartett in Rußland zu arrangiren? [.] P. S. Oder hätten Sie mehr Lust etwas in Copenhagen (Dänemark) - möglichst unter Betheiligung des Hofes - und Schweden zu arrangiren? Dann gebe ich Rußland event. in andere Hände [.]". - Robert Heckmann, einst Violinschüler von Ferdinand David am Leipziger Konservatorium, bereits als Violinvirtuose Deutschland und die Nachbarländer, wurde 1872 in Köln seßhaft und bekleidete daselbst bis 1882 das Amt des Konzertmeisters im Gürzenich-Orchester; wenige Jahre vor seinem Tod wurde er auch Konzertmeister im Orchester des Bremer Stadttheaters. Zu seinem engeren Freundeskreis zählten Edvard Grieg (dessen ihm gewidmetes Streichquartett Heckmann 1878 in Köln uraufführte) und Max Bruch, "den er in violintechnischen Fragen zu den Violinkonzerten beriet" (Friedrich Frick: Kleines Biographisches Lexikon der Violinisten. Books on Demand, 2009, S. 198). - Auf Briefpapier mit gepr. Vignette von Mann's Palace Hotel in Aberdeen.

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        Fine Photograph of "Lone Star Geyser".

      [1887]. 1887 - Fine albumen print, mounted on archival matt (8 x 5 inches; 14 x 11 inches), of Lone Star Geyser, number 43 pencilled lower left-hand corner. Provenance: from the library of William E. Hofman, his sale Christie's 3rd December, 2010, lot 343 A magnificent view of the celebrated geyser "Lone Star" in Yellowstone National Park by the park's official photographer Frank Jay Haynes. Old Faithful was named by the first official expedition to Yellowstone, the Washburn Expedition of 1870. They were impressed by its size and frequency. Old Faithful erupts every 35 to 120 minutes for 1 1/2 to 5 minutes. Its maximum height ranges from 90 to 184 feet. Yellowstone, was the world's first national park, and "is situated mainly in Wyoming and extends into Montana and Idaho. It was established in 1872 by Congress, primarily because of its geysers, but also because of its remarkable assemblage of wildlife and unusual natural features. The "national park idea" pioneered at Yellowstone eventually spread worldwide. In the United States, Mackinac Island National Park (now a Michigan state park) was established in 1875 and Sequoia and Yosemite National Parks in 1890. (Yosemite had been a California state park since 1864.) Yellowstone remains the "mother park" in the U.S. national park system, which by the 1990s included 376 sites. The celebrated photographer Haynes was first hired as the official photographer of the Northern Pacific Railroad and "given his own travelling studio in a converted rail car, Haynesproduced numerous famous images of the railroad's construction projects and of sites along its route. He held that position for nearly three decades. He also was appointed in 1884 as Yellowston's official photographer and sold materials from a store in the park itself. He retired in 1916. His images of Yellowstone are among his more important and dramatic imagery" (see Dorothy Sloan, Western Americana,10/18/2006, lot 254). "Boasting about three-quarters of the world's geysers (of which Old Faithful is the most famous) and over half of the thermal features, it also has one of the globe's most spectacular canyons, one of North America's most celebrated waterfalls, and more than 225 permanent waterfalls higher than fifteen feet. It has the premier wildlife sanctuary (and the top three trout-fishing streams) in the continental United States. Unmatched in the variety and number of its megafauna, the park shelters the world's largest concentration of elk and is one of the last remaining strongholds of the grizzly bear in the coterminous states. It is the only site in the United States (and one of only two in the world) where a wild bison herd has survived continuously since ancient times. At the center of the largest relatively intact ecosystem in the North Temperate Zone, its hundreds of lakes, creeks, mountains, and valleys survive in essentially pristine condition. As in all major parks, Yellowstone's administrators debate the appropriate forms of intervention to protect this delicate ecosystem and strive to balance the competing claims of public access and wilderness preservation" (see Aubrey L. Haines, The Yellowstone Story, 1996; James Pritchard, Preserving Yellowstone's Natural Conditions: Science and the Perception of Nature, 1999). For more information about this photograph, or a warm welcome to see it and others like it in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department

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        The Life Saving Appliances of Joseph Francis

      No place: Printed for Private Distribution,, 1887. Action of Congress of the United States in Recognition of his Services, March, 1887. Quarto. Original plum cloth, title gilt to the spine and upper board, gilt block of Francis's Patent Metallic Life Car to the lower board, bright pink endpapers. Double frontispiece and 17 other plates, one of them double-page. The cloth a little rubbed and stained, light toning, otherwise very good. First edition. Uncommon, OCLC records just 4 copies - US Coast Guard Academy, Smithsonian, NYPL, and Texas Tech. Francis's name was extremely well-known in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, but his fame waned with the frequency of maritime disasters. He devoted his life to the invention of maritime life-saving devices, his most famous being the matallic life car. "In early manhood he was employed by the Government to build lifeboats for its war vessels. He was the first man to use iron for life boats, but when he built his first metallic life car he failed to get any aid from the Government, and so, at his own expense, he established his works on the Jersey coast near Long Branch. His inventive genius ripened as he grew older and he built many lifeboats, rafts, lifecars &c. which were eventually in general use in European countries long before they were adopted in the United States. Congress was slow to recognize his great ability, but eventually passed a resolution tendering him a medal" (New York Times obituary). The present publication, which largely consists of bound up extracts from the Congressional Record, was part of his campaign for recognition.

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        WELL-WORN ROADS OF SPAIN, HOLLAND AND ITALY

      1887 - SMITH, F. Hopkinson. WELL-WORN ROADS OF SPAIN, HOLLAND AND ITALY. Traveled By A Painter In Search Of The Picturesque. Boston: Houghton and Mifflin, 1887. 12mo., pictorial tan cloth, stamped in brown & gilt, top edge gilt. First Trade Edition. [BAL 18207; only 1,270 copies were reportedly printed]. Signed presentation from Smith on front endpaper: "To my friend, James C. Young, F. Hopkinson Smith." Most likely the recipient is noted book collector James Carlton Young, of Marion, Iowa. Young specialized in autographed copies of books by period authors throughout the world. Also, inscribed by Smith on a front blank page that has apparently been tipped in: "Nov. 6, 1902. Not only is this book of the first Edition but its opening chapter is the first story I ever wrote & its appreciation by the late Mr. Scudder (ed. of "Atlantic") determined my subsequent literary career. F. Hopkinson Smith." [Last few letters in "Smith" has ink somewhat smeared. Among Smith's earliest works and a most interesting copy. Very Good (moderate soil & spine bit darkened; bookplate of Paul E. Bechet). $750.00. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Beschreibung des Kreises Teltow und seiner Einrichtungen. Bearbeitet auf Grund amtlicher Quellen. Mit einer Karte und einem speciellen Ortschafts-Verzeichniß des Kreises Teltow (Hauptband und:) Erste Fortsetzung, die Jahre 1886/87 bis 1893/94 behandelnd. 2 Bände

      Berlin, Rohde, 1887 (- 1894). X, 486, 19; IX, 488, 21 Seiten. Mit einer mehrfach gefalteten farblithographischen Karte. Rotes Original-Leinen mit Goldprägung, Goldschnitt, bzw. Orig.Halbleinen, 4°. - Seltene komplette Ausgabe dieses prachtvoll ausgestatteten Quellenwerkes über den Kreis Teltow. Die große Faltkarte in einer Einstecklasche zeigt den Kreis Teltow um 1887. Der Fortsetzungsband in Halbleinen; beiliegt: Nachweisung der Städte, Landgemeinden und Gutsbezirke des Kreises Teltow im Oktober 1907. Berlin, Rohde, 1907. 20 Seiten. - Beide Bände in sauberer Erhaltung, die Einbände nur mit geringen Gebrauchsspuren.

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        Nachrichten aus der ostafrikanischen Mission. 1. Jahrgang 1887 und 2. Jahrgang 1888.

      Berlin, 1887 / 1888.. Zwei Jahrgänge gebunden in schwarze, schmucklose Halbleinwand der Zeit mit Papierrückenschildchen, 8°, 192 und 192 Seiten. Einband leicht berieben, Seiten papierbedingt nachgedunkelt, und verschiedentlich mit Stempel einer Missions-Schule gestempelt. Gutes, sauberes Exemplar..

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        Fine Photograph of "Old Faithful Geyser".

      [1887]. 1887 - Fine albumen print, mounted on archival matt (8 x 5 inches; 14 x 11 inches), of Old Faithful Geyser, number 41 pencilled lower left-hand corner. Provenance: from the library of William E. Hofman, his sale Christie's 3rd December, 2010, lot 343 A magnificent view of the celebrated geyser "Old Faithful" in Yellowstone National Park by the park's official photographer Frank Jay Haynes. Old Faithful was named by the first official expedition to Yellowstone, the Washburn Expedition of 1870. They were impressed by its size and frequency. Old Faithful erupts every 35 to 120 minutes for 1 1/2 to 5 minutes. Its maximum height ranges from 90 to 184 feet. Yellowstone, was the world's first national park, and "is situated mainly in Wyoming and extends into Montana and Idaho. It was established in 1872 by Congress, primarily because of its geysers, but also because of its remarkable assemblage of wildlife and unusual natural features. The "national park idea" pioneered at Yellowstone eventually spread worldwide. In the United States, Mackinac Island National Park (now a Michigan state park) was established in 1875 and Sequoia and Yosemite National Parks in 1890. (Yosemite had been a California state park since 1864.) Yellowstone remains the "mother park" in the U.S. national park system, which by the 1990s included 376 sites. The celebrated photographer Haynes was first hired as the official photographer of the Northern Pacific Railroad and "given his own travelling studio in a converted rail car, Haynes produced numerous famous images of the railroad's construction projects and of sites along its route. He held that position for nearly three decades. He also was appointed in 1884 as Yellowston's official photographer and sold materials from a store in the park itself. He retired in 1916. His images of Yellowstone are among his more important and dramatic imagery" (see Dorothy Sloan, Western Americana,10/18/2006, lot 254). "Boasting about three-quarters of the world's geysers (of which Old Faithful is the most famous) and over half of the thermal features, it also has one of the globe's most spectacular canyons, one of North America's most celebrated waterfalls, and more than 225 permanent waterfalls higher than fifteen feet. It has the premier wildlife sanctuary (and the top three trout-fishing streams) in the continental United States. Unmatched in the variety and number of its megafauna, the park shelters the world's largest concentration of elk and is one of the last remaining strongholds of the grizzly bear in the coterminous states. It is the only site in the United States (and one of only two in the world) where a wild bison herd has survived continuously since ancient times. At the center of the largest relatively intact ecosystem in the North Temperate Zone, its hundreds of lakes, creeks, mountains, and valleys survive in essentially pristine condition. As in all major parks, Yellowstone's administrators debate the appropriate forms of intervention to protect this delicate ecosystem and strive to balance the competing claims of public access and wilderness preservation" (see Aubrey L. Haines, The Yellowstone Story, 1996; James Pritchard, Preserving Yellowstone's Natural Conditions: Science and the Perception of Nature, 1999). For more information about this photograph, or a warm welcome to see it and others like it in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department

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        Gladys: A Romance

      Boston: D. Lothrop Company. (1887). First. First edition. Decorative red cloth stamped in gilt and somewhat faded white. Hinges cracked causing the spine to lean, darkened spine with ends frayed, cloth and page edges soiled, a good only copy lacking the rear fly. A very scarce copy nonetheless. Part of "The Round World Series." From Bar Harbor to Boston, Gladys Lyman traveled to be a part of the social scene. She becomes dissatisfied in her own life and Dr. Stephen Forbes is determined to help her. This novel also introduces the graphic description of the yellow fever epidemic occurring during the late Nineteenth Century in Memphis, Tennessee. Wright III 1398. .

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        The Fairport Nine

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1887. Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seldom seen, second printing. Cover and text match the first printing but for the date on the title page and the 8-page advertising section in the rear. Sound binding with intact pages. Frontispiece and tissue guard are in nice shape. Clean pages; book plate removed from front fixed endpaper. Very light cover wear; black and gold cover decoration and lettering is crisp and bold. The famous first novel about baseball. Although this book is often described as a fictional depiction of baseball as played in the 1880s, Brook's has written that it is autobiographical and describes his boy's militia unit and baseball team of Castine, Maine in the 1840s (see Brook's "How the Flag was Saved" in St. Nicholas, Vol. XXIII, #4, February 1896), which was made up from the better families in town including Sam 'Blackie' Black ("a colored member"). It's primary opponent was made up of members from a rival gang, the White Bears, "rough fellow[s], with small respect for law, order, or the rights of others . . . tough and rugged as the polar bear whose name they took in the spirit of boasting and bravado."

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        El Cuervo. Traduccion directa del ingles por J. A. Pérez Bonalde individuo correspondiente de la Real Academia Española. Primera edición.

      "La America, New York 1887 - Retrato, portada, 4 hojas de preliminares, 12 hojas. Con ilustraciones en blanco y negro. Rara primera edición castellana del célebre poema de Edgar Allan Poe, este poema publicado por primera vez en 1845, esta inspirado en un pajaro parlanchin de una novela de DIckens y fué un auténtico éxito popular del que se ha dicho que es el poema más famoso de la literatura estadounidense, este éxito fué el primero de la carrera literaria de Poe, a partir de su publicación Poe se convirtió en una celebridad y comenzó a llevar una vida social más normal, frecuentando los más importantes salones literarios de la ciudad.Ejemplar con alguna pequeña mancha de oxido sin importancia, en buen estado de conservación.

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        Our National Game scrapbook with baseball scraps and Tradecards

      [New York]: Liebenroth, Von Auw & Co, 1887. First Edition. Scrapbook. Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Hard-bound scrapbook (11" x 14") with white cover and gilt decorations. Complete with colorful title page illustration of an 1880s baseball team and five additional full-page color baseball prints: Wild Pitch, Fly Ball, Caught Between the Bases, Foul Ball, and Home Run, and 38 plain scrapbook pages. 11 of the scrapbook pages are filled with tradecards, scraps, and valentines. One of those pages features a set of advertising cards showing a cricket game, and two of those pages are filled with baseball tradecards and scraps. Sound binding; one page has been re-attached. Cracked hinges. All color baseball prints are in excellent shape. Pages are clean and the cards and scraps are neatly organized and arranged. Edge-wear and rubbing to the cover. As of 2014, OCLC lists only two institutions holding this scrapbook. No auction records at ABPC or AmericanaExchange. Exceptionally scarce in this condition, especially with baseball related ephemera affixed to some pages.

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        The war in Egypt and the Soudan : an episode in the history of the British empire; being a descriptive account of the scenes and events of that great drama and sketches of the principal actors in it - 4 volumes complete, bound in 2

      London : Blackie, 1887. 1st Edition. Finely and sumptuously bound in contemporary aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the contrasting gilt-blocked title labels. Minor, generalized dulling and toning as with age. An exceptional set - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. Folding color map. Subjects; Gordon Relief Expedition, 1884-1885. British - Sudan - History - 19th century. Egypt - History - 19th century. Sudan - History - 1862-1899. Egypt - History - British occupation, 1882-1936. Sudan - History - 1821-1899.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Wiesbaden, 21. IX. 1887.. 3 SS. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-8vo.. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten mit Dank für eine Einladung, der er jedoch zu seinem Bedauern nicht nachkommen könne. - Ernst von Bergmann war Chirurg und Professor der Medizin an den Universitäten Dorpat, Würzburg und Berlin. Als sein wesentlichstes Verdienst gilt die Einführung der Asepsis bei der Wundbehandlung in der Hirn- und Kriegschirurgie. - Auf Briefpapier mit gedr. Briefkopf des Hotel et Bains des Quatre Saisons.

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        Map of Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, the resting place of Washington Irving, the Headless Horseman and other characters Irving created

      Booklet, 4.25? x 10.75?. Soft black covers, gilt Printing on front cover: ?Map / of / Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, / Tarrytown, N.Y.? Detailed fold-out map, 31.5? x 10.5?, dated ?May 18, 1887.? Noted in the easternmost portion of the cemetery is the ?Old Church Yard? and the ?Old Church.? No individual graves are noted, only the sections of the cemetery. Washington Irving (1783-1859) is buried in the northern area of ?Beekman Mound,? a hill overlooking the Old Church Yard. Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, New York, is the resting place of numerous famous figures, including Washington Irving. Sleepy Hollow Cemetery is adjcent to the Old Dutch Burying Ground, the spot identified in Irving?s ?The Legend of Sleepy Hollow? as the resting place of the headless horseman and the resting place of local citizens who likely inspired Irving?s characters of Katrina Van Tassel, Brom Bones, and others in the legend. Incorporated in 1849 as Tarrytown Cemetery, it posthumously honored Irving's request that it change its name to Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The Horseman's Ride goes directly through the winding paths of the cemetery. The Van Tassels, who were immortalized fictionally in the book, lie here, as well as Washington Irving and other literary giants, such as Nathaniel Hawthorne, Louisa May Alcott and Ralph Waldo Emerson.

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        Historia de Salamanca

      - Historia de la Edad Media y Moderna. Provincia de Salamanca. S. Siglo V.-Siglo XV. (929.7) Francisco Nuñez Izquierdo. Salamanca. 1887 24 cm. 3 v. Encuadernación en tapa dura, lomo con tejuelos, nervios y dorados. M. Villar y Macias. Cubierta deslucida. CG1 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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