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        HISTORIA GENERAL DE ESPAÑA, desde los tiempos primitivos hasta la muerte de Fernando VII [ 27 vol. - completo ]

      - Barcelona, Montaner y Simón editores, 1887-1890 y 1927 para los dos últimos. 27 vol. Con la colaboración de D. Andrés Borrego y D. Antonio Pirala y de Juan Valera para los dos últimos. Il. en col. y en b/n. CXIX+259; 402 p. + [1] h.; 396; 395; 369 p. + [1] h. ; 387; 386 p. + [1] h.; 395; 385 p. + [1] h.; 387; 396; 396; 395; 410 p. + [1] h.; 450 p. + [1] h.; 475; 457 p. + [1] h.; 452; 388; 451; 441 p. + [1] h.; 393 p. + [1] h.; 412; 439 p. 4º. Enc. editorial en tela con lomo de piel, rozados, algunos con faltas. Puntos de óxido. Cortes dorados. Historia de España. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        American and English Yachts: Illustrating and Describing the Most Famous Yachts Now Sailing in American and English Waters, with a Treatise upon Yachts and Yachting

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1887. First Edition. Full-Leather. Very Good/No Jacket. Stebbins, N.L.. First edition. Nicely rebacked, new endpapers. Faint discoloration to front board along top and fore-edge, edges rubbed with minor indications of restoration. Binding tight, interior excellent. 1887 Full-Leather. [i], 14 pp., 50 photogravure plates (containing 54 total images) from the original negatives by N.L. Stebbins. Original brown pebbled morocco boards, new brown morocco spine, gilt titles, blind-stamped triple rule, red lacquered page edges. An illustrated guide to the best American and English yachts sailing in the late nineteenth century, with high quality photographs of each accompanied by detailed specifications and information about the yacht's career. The text is written by Edward Burgess, a well-known yacht designer from Massachusetts, and winner of the 1887 America's Cup, in which his Volunteer defeated the British Thistle. Burgess was inducted into the America's Cup Hall of Fame for his design of the Volunteer and several other tournament-winning sloops.

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        EARLY ADVENTURES IN PERSIA, SUSIANA, AND BABYLONIA [TWO VOLUME SET] Including a Residence Among the Bakhtiyari and Other Wild Tribes before the Discovery of Nineveh

      John Murray 1887 Boards a bit darkened and with with minor shelfwear. Hinges professionally repaired and with minor dampstaining to endpapers as well as a few single pages, but not obtrusive ; Fold-out maps of Syria, Kuzistan and of the Rivers Euphrat and Tigris with small closed tears to margin. Numerous plates ; 8vo; 490, 509 pages

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        Animal Anecdotes arranged on a new Principle

      Chatto & Windus, 1887. 1887 Decorated cloth bound hardback showing elephant , lion birds etc to front cover. Wear and discolouration to binding with splits to cloth at hinges. prize pastedown inside front cover. 308 pages with a further 32 pages of published adverts to the back. pages 144 & 145 have some marking & also pen scribble and pen scribble to 33 , 117 otherwise contents good. . refa1Z. Decorative Cloth. Fair.

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        American and English Yachts: Illustrating and Describing the Most Famous Yachts Now Sailing in American and English Waters, with a Treatise upon Yachts and Yachting

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1887. First Edition. Full-Leather. Very Good/No Jacket. Stebbins, N.L.. First edition. Nicely rebacked, new endpapers. Faint discoloration to front board along top and fore-edge, edges rubbed with minor indications of restoration. Binding tight, interior excellent. 1887 Full-Leather. [i], 14 pp., 50 photogravure plates (containing 54 total images) from the original negatives by N.L. Stebbins. Original brown pebbled morocco boards, new brown morocco spine, gilt titles, blind-stamped triple rule, red lacquered page edges. An illustrated guide to the best American and English yachts sailing in the late nineteenth century, with high quality photographs of each accompanied by detailed specifications and information about the yacht's career. The text is written by Edward Burgess, a well-known yacht designer from Massachusetts, and winner of the 1887 America's Cup, in which his Volunteer defeated the British Thistle. Burgess was inducted into the America's Cup Hall of Fame for his design of the Volunteer and several other tournament-winning sloops.

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        Fly-Fishing and Fly-Making for Trout, Etc

      New York: O. Judd Co.. Very Good-; Previous owner's name on front free end-paper, light . wear at corners.. 1887. First Edition. Hardcover. 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; Light brown cloth, gilt spine, title and fishing implements in black with a fly within a gilt circle, 113p., two plates with actural material, illustrations, publisher's ads. **Bruns K-9. .

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        SEZON ("Season"). Illustrated Artistic Collection (Theater, also Art, Literature)

      Moscow, 1887 Editor: Nikolai Kicheev. The only known theater, etc. collection of "Season" ever published. Text in Russian. Folio (13" x 8-1/4") Softcover. 250+ pp. Many illustrations. Cover in fragile condition. Very Rare. Not in Kilgour. Click two times on the image to enlarge. For more images please visit our website..

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        Journals kept in Hyderabad, Kashmir, Sikkim, and Nepal [Two Volumes].

      London: W.H. Allen, 1887.. xxvii, 314 pp.; 303, [1] pp., 2 [ads]. 8vo. Green cloth stamped in black lettered in gilt. First edition. Illus. with 7 maps ( 6 folding, some colored), 5 chromolithographic plates, 2 folding panoramas, 6 further plates, and 1 mounted Woodburytype portrait. Yakushi T29a. Kuloy & Imaeda 10039. Handley p. 921. Sir Richard Temple, 1st Baronet (1826-1902) was an administrator in British India and a politician. "Temple was destined to be an outstanding representative of the ?Punjab school? of Indian administration.. he was made resident at Hyderabad in April 1867, foreign secretary in the central government in January 1868, and financial member of council from April 1868 to April 1874..Temple achieved the distinction of governing Bombay?to which he was appointed in April 1877?as well as Bengal. ?One cannot help seeing?, he wrote, ?? a new mental force ? springing up in Indian politics, which must add to our already numerous anxieties?: Western education acted upon important elements of the population, such as the Maratha Brahmans in the Bombay presidency, whose disaffection lay close to the surface.. He was accessible and conciliatory to educated Indians, and later endorsed Lord Ripon's extension of local self-government: ?some risk must be borne', he wrote, " (DNB). Very good or better, first volume unopened (uncut), boards rubbed, spines dulled, small oval Jesuit institutional stamp on free endpapers, small inked numerals to corner of endpapers, some minor foxing, mostly marginal, otherwise plates and maps brilliant, small inner marginal tear not affecting image on one map.

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        Anna Maria Lenngren, före 1794.

      Kopparstick. 12 × 9,5 cm (bladet), 9,7 × 7,2 cm (plåten), 6,2 × 5,2 cm (gravyren).<p>Proveniens: Eleonor Lilliehöök, född Berndes (1887-1977), konstnärens sonsons dotter, kvinnosakspolitiker och ordförande i Sveriges husmodersföreningars riksförbund. Gåva från henne till Ingrid Eek enligt en notering a tergo.<p>Litteratur: Jfr Carl U. Palm, »Anton Ulrik Berndes och Johan Bernhard Berndes, två svenska kopparstickare», Meddelanden IV från Föreningen för grafisk konst, Stockholm 1904, s. 46 (nr 67). Ej i Kungl. biblioteket, där dock varianten med landskapsbakgrund (Palm nr 68) finns i två storlekar, 9,8 × 7,8 och 13,2 × 10,4 cm (bildmått).. Det finns två helt olika porträtt av Berndes föreställande Anna Maria Lenngren (1754-1817). De vittnar på ett intressant sätt om hur bilden av skaldinnan förändrades under 1700-talets sista decennium. Porträtten utgör två skilda typer, som båda graverades i två varianter, se C. U. Palms förteckning, nr 67-70.<p>Detta är det tidigaste porträttet och anses vara utfört före 1794, det vill säga under Berndes' första period som grafiker, och innan han övergick till mezzotintgravyr. Anna Maria Lenngren var visserligen redan författare, men hade ännu inte publicerat sina främsta dikter, som till större delen tillkom just under senare delen av 1790-talet. »Några ord till min kära dotter ifall jag hade någon», »Pojkarne», »Porträtterne» och många andra klassiker skrevs för Stockholmsposten först sedan hennes make Carl Peter Lenngren övertagit tidningen efter medgrundaren Kellgrens bortgång 1795. I detta tidiga porträtt är det därför inte skaldinnan Lenngren vi möter, snarare en borgerlig fru i en öppen, varm och nästan naiv skildring. Det är människan Anna Maria Lenngren, och inte yrket. Dess tecknade förlaga har fått illustrera artikeln om Lenngren i Svenskt biografiskt lexikon.<p>Denna gravyr, mer privat än offentlig, är därför också mer sällsynt än de senare. Den graverades i två olika varianter av vilka detta är den tidigaste, här dessutom i en möjligen unik tidig stat före all text, som inte dokumenteras i C. U. Palms förteckning. Exemplaret har länge ärvts inom konstnärens familj.<p>Efter år 1800 hade situationen däremot förändrats, och det fanns behov av en ny Lenngrenbild. Hennes dikter trycktes visserligen utan namnet utsatt, men Lenngrens författarskap var väl känt och G. F. Gyllenborg kunde 1797 hylla henne öppet med ett ode i Svenska Akademien.<p>Berndes utförde därför ett nytt porträtt 1801, den bild vi är vana att se. Talrikt spridd visar den Anna Maria Lenngren som vi skulle förvänta oss, som en uppburen skaldinna med lagerkrans på huvudet. Bilden har blivit till ett offentligt rollporträtt av en berömdhet, och gravyrerna - fastän väl utförda - är opersonliga jämfört med den vackra tecknade förlaga som bevarats i Nationalmuseum

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        ECHOES OF HELLAS. THE TALE OF TROY & THE STORY OF ORESTES FROM HOMER & AESCHYLUS. WITH INTRODUCTORY ESSAY & SONNETS BY PROF. GEORGE C. WARR, M.A. PRESENTED IN 82 DESIGNS BY WALTER CRANE

      London, Marcus Ward & Company, 1887.. FIRST EDITION, 2 volumes, complete set, 1887-1888, 4to, approximately 360 x 280 mm, 14¼ x 11 inches, Volume I: brick red and black illustrated title page, 9 almost full page illustrations and many large illustrations around the text plus numerous small vignettes and decorations, all in black or red or a combination of the two, (104) pages printed on hand-made paper; Volume II: Pianoforte Arrangement of the Music composed by Otto Goldschmidt, Malcolm Lawson, Walter Parratt and Professor W. H. Monk, same large 4to format, pages (4), 66. Both bound in stiff white vellum, top edges gilt, and with brown and white patterned endpapers, Volume I with red and gilt stamping on upper cover, with a beautiful illustration, lower cover in red only also with an illustration, Volume II stamped on both covers only in red. Volume I: a couple of small pale marks to covers, minute nick at tail of spine, an ink number on half-title, errata slip tipped-in on dedication page, some pale offsetting from illustrations; Volume II: ink number on title page. A near Fine clean tight set, both in the original plain cream dustwrappers which are slightly worn, darkened on the spine and somewhat browned, plus the original brown, cream and red illustrated slipcase, dusty and slightly stained, split on one short side and splitting on the other. Spencer, page 97-99: "In the spring of 1886 Crane was asked to design a book to commemorate a theatrical event based on new translations of Homer and Aschylus by Professor Warr of Kings College, London. ... Many designs were based on stage settings devised by well-known artists...This project allowed Crane to indulge his love of the antique. Several designs are close to contemporary work by Leighton, Alma Tadema and Poynter"; Masse, Crane Bibliography page 38. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. A heavy set which will require extra postage.

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        THE WOODLANDERS- Three Volumes

      Macmillan, London 1887 - FIRST EDITION. THREE VOLUMES First edition in book firm, first issue, three volumes, three half title and title pages, 302pp., 2 pp of publisher's ads, 328pp., 316pp., chocolate endpapers, original green cloth, upper covers blocked in black, lower in blind, spines gilt, first volume rebacked retaining original spine, joints strengthened with canvas tape, some wear to endpaper and title page, gilt lettering to spine, slightly dulled, corners and spine edges slightly rubbed and bumped, uncut outer page edges, bindings sound. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Daisy Miller: A Study; Four Meetings; Longstaff&#39;s Marriage; Benvolio

      MacMillan, London, 1887. Early Edition. Hardcover (Original Cloth). Very Good Condition. Signed by Author. Blue cloth with gilt decoration and lettering. Signed and dated by James on the front free endpaper - dated May 17th, 1900. Early British edition of one of James&#39;s most lasting fictions. Slight spine roll, very light wear to boards. Slight soiling to endpapers, otherwise bright and unmarked internally. An attractive copy of a book difficult to find signed. Size: duodecimo (12mo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Fiction; Signed by Author. Inventory No: 044295. .

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        Fly-Fishing and Fly-Making for Trout. [Bound after:] The Game Fish of the Northern States and the British Provinces -

      New York: O. Judd Co., David Judd, Pres't, 751 Broadway, 1887; 1884 - A finely bound copy of a choice American book, from the library of Dr. Samuel W. Lambert (1859-1942), a noted New York physician, bibliophile and angling collector, and a member of the Anglers' Club of New York First edition of Keene, later edition of the Roosevelt. 12mo. 2 plates with 37 mounted pieces of fly-tying material. 113 pp. Contemporary half green morocco and marbled boards, t.e.g. Bookplate of Samuel Lambert and another. Bump at head of spine, else fine. Keene: Wetzel p. 169; Bruns K9 (never having examined a copy of the first ed.) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        "Genom Persien, Mesopotamien och Kaukasien. Reseminnen..."

      Stockholm: Albert Bonniers. [1887]. "First edition of Hedin&#39;s first book, 8vo, pp. xi, [5], 461, [3]; portrait frontispiece, 2 maps printed in color (1 large and folding at the back), numerous illustrations on plates from photographs, other wood engravings in the text; a near fine copy in the most uncommon pictorial wrappers. In a new cloth clamshell box.& & Hedin was only 22 when this book was published. He accepted work as a tutor in Baku, on the Caspian Sea, and his rides on horseback led to this account of his journey through Persia and Mesopotamia (present day Iran and Iraq). During these years he learned to speak Tatar and Persian, and it is reported that he also learned Mongolian and spoke it better than his tutor. & & The book is usually seen in cloth; the wrappers are unusual, and especially so in this condition. There is no equivalent edition in English."

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        Contributions fromRobert Louis Stevenson in Scribner&#39;s Magazine 1887-1914

      14 14, 1887 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A fantastic collector&#39;s item for fans of Robert Louis Stevenson, a selection of RLS first appearancesinScribner&#39;s. Includes The Manse; Miss Pringle&#39;s Neighbors; Ticonderoga; A Chapter on Dreams; The Lantern-Bearers; Beggars; Pulvis et Umbra; Gentlemen; Some Gentlemen in Fiction; Popular Authors; Epilogue to &#39;An Inland Voyage&#39;; A Letter to a Young GentlemanWho Proposes to embrace the Career of Art; Contributions to the History of Fife; The Education of an Engineer; A Christmas Sermon; The House of Tembinoka; New Letters of R. L. Stevenson, edited by Sidney Colvin; Student Song; andOn the Choice of a Profession. Also includes The Nixie by his wife, Fanny. Includes some of the original Scribner&#39;s Magazine title pages and indexes laid down. Condition: In a recent half morocco leather binding. Externally, near fine, with some fading to the spine. Internally, firmly bound, with just the odd spot or mark. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED..

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        Wild Life and Adventure in the Australian Bush

      London,: Richard Bentley,, 1887.. Two volumes, octavo, four plates; original pictorial blue-grey cloth, a few marks and the spines fading, some spotting but a good copy. First edition: this scarce novel of Queensland life is noted for its detailed description of the Queensland bush, based on the first-hand experiences of a naturalist and geologist.Miller, p. 635.

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        The Begum&#39;s Fortune. Translated by W. H. G. Kingston. With An Account of the Mutineers of the Bounty

      London: Samson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, 1887., 1887. NEW EDITION. Octavo pp. 272. Publisher&#39;s green pictorial cloth, stamped in black and gilt, with yellow endpapers. Numerous black and white illustrations throughout. Boards clean and sharp, text block a little shaken, but no signatures too loose or detatched. Ink prize inscription to flyleaf. A very good copy that shows well.

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        The Clipper of the Clouds

      Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, London 1887 - "The Clipper of the Clouds" by Jules Verne. First UK edition, first hardbound, first illustrated edition. Preceded by wrappered edition published by George Munro in June 1887. This edition was published in November 1887 by Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington in London. Fully illustrated with numerous black-and-white plates. 12mo [5.25" x 7.50"], 234 pages with 32 additional pages of publisher's advertisements. Hardbound in publisher's original pictoral cloth depicting the flight of the flying ship the "Albatross" through the Rocky Mountains. The lettering on the spine is gilt with all edges gilt. The book is in good to very good condition. Some bubbling to the spine and boards. Rubbing and wear to the boards, spine and edges. The hinges are slightly cracked. Light sporadic spotting, otherwise contents largely clean. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store. We are always interested in purchasing individual or collections of fine books. Inventory #(D10-32) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lake George Camp and Canoe-Chats. Gossip on canoes, camps, religion, social manners, medicine and law, gastronomy, politics & marriage. Illustrated with ten phototypes of beautiful views on the lake

      New York: Published by Private Subscription ["Press of John C. Franklin, Jr., 34 Cortlandt St." - Printer's device and imprint on verso of title}], n.d. [1887?] - A look at resort life on Lake George, with occasional mentions of trolling for trout (pp. 96 & 103), camping, canoeing, etc. Beautifully illustrated with fine, early photo-mechanical (collotype?) plates First edition. Folio. With 10 phototype plates; vignette head- and tailpieces. vi, 134 pp. Evergeen silky cloth, upper board stamped in black and gilt, floral endpapers. One corner rubbed, else a fine, fresh copy. Plum, Adirondack Bibliography 578 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SOBRANIYE VIZANTIYSKIKH I DREVNERUSSKIKH ORNAMENTOV ... ("The Collection of Byzantine and Old Russian Ornaments...") [SAMMLUNG BYZANTINISCHER UND ALTRUSSISCHER ORNAMENTE]

      St. Petersburg: Baron Schtiglitz / Shtadler, 1887 Author: Prince Grigory Grigorievich Gagarin. Text in Russian. Folio size (13" x 9-1/2") original cloth backed portfolio with loosely inserted text and illustrations. 4 sheets with text + 49 full-size lithographs (of 50, plate 22 missing). Backstrip broken but present; some staining to bottom corner of some plates not affecting image. Rare. Please see the picture. For more images please visit our website.. 1st ed..

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        Hemsöborna.

      Skärgårdsberättelse. Stockholm, Alb. Bonniers boktryckeri, 1887. 216 s. Brunt hklbd med titeletikett i skinn. Övre snitt skuret, i övrigt endast putsade snitt. Omslaget medbundet, det bakre med en fläck. Ur Per Kjellanders bibliotek.. Zetterlund I:38. Första tusendet. Omslag av Carl Larsson, som ju också hade varit en flitig gäst hos Strindberg på det Kymmendö vilket fått stå modell för denna roman

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        AUTOGRAPH QUOTATION SIGNED (AQS)

      Manuscript. Beautiful lyric and a great Mother&#39;s Day gift. Quatrain from an unspecified poem on a 7- 1/2" x 5" sheet of paper SIGNED by Howe and dated 15 January 1887: "Then spake the Angel of Mothers/To me, in gentle tone:/&#39;Be kind to the children of others,/And thus deserve thine own.&#39;" Howe, active in the women&#39;s suffrage movement, is perhaps best known as the author of another poem, "The Battle Hymn of the Republic, written at night near the beleaguered capital of Washington at the beginning of the Civil War. It earned her the grand total of $5 upon its publication in THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY along with the added bonus of instant and lasting fame. Later she became president of the New England Woman Suffrage Association as well as the Association of the Advancement of Women. Howe was honored as the first woman elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 1908, two years before her death at 91. In 1870 Howe was the first to proclaim Mother&#39;s Day with her Mother&#39;s Day Proclamation, a call for women to join in support of disarmament and a product of her feminist belief that women had a responsibility to shape their societies at the political level. This quotation beautifully expresses the sentiment of appreciation for this most noble and lifelong occupation.

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        Crime and Punishment: A Russian Realistic Novel (Vizetelly&#39;s Russian Novels)

      London: Vizetelly, 1887. Hardcover. Good. FIRST UK EDITION. London: Vizetelly, [1887]. 456 pages. Russet paper-covered boards with blue and red lettering. First British edition, first printing; first edition in the English language. (No additional editions indicated on title or copyright pages as is called for with subsequent printings. Ads at verso of title page include Dostoevsky titles up to 1888. Publishers at the time, however, included books to be released in such ads so exact printing date is unknown. See Line, Ettlinger and Gladstone&#39;s Bibliography of Russian Literature for basic, although incomplete, bibliography.)Condition: Good condition. Clean text. Binding separating between spine and front cover; front hinge a bit weak. Creasing and chipping to spine, bumped and worn corners. Front end paper corner torn, offsetting to yellow endpapers. Light staining to fore edge. Good condition overall.The first appearance of Dostoevsky&#39;s classic Crime and Punishment in the English language, first issued before the slightly more common American edition of Crowell. Extremely rare.

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        Fly-Fishing and Fly-Making for Trout. [Bound after:] The Game Fish of the Northern States and the British Provinces -

      New York: O. Judd Co., David Judd, Pres&#39;t, 751 Broadway, 1887; 1884. First edition of Keene, later edition of the Roosevelt. 12mo. 2 plates with 37 mounted pieces of fly-tying material. 113 pp. Contemporary half green morocco and marbled boards, t.e.g. Bookplate of Samuel Lambert and another. Bump at head of spine, else fine. Keene: Wetzel p. 169; Bruns K9 (never having examined a copy of the first ed.) . A finely bound copy of a choice American book, from the library of Dr. Samuel W. Lambert (1859-1942), a noted New York physician, bibliophile and angling collector, and a member of the Anglers&#39; Club of New York

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        POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB

      London Chapman and Hall 1887 - 2 volumes. A Proof Set of theVictoria Edition limited to 500 copies with proofs on India Paper [of a total edition of 2,000]. A set containing the unpublished plates by Buss, "Phiz" and Leech, issued with the work for the first time ever. The illustrations are proofs without letters and from the original illustrations. Additionally included is a manuscript autograph facsimile in Dickens? hand and a facsimile of the front wrapper to Volume I of the parts issue. With photogravure illustrations after the original drawings by R. Seymour, R.W. Buss, Hablot K. Browne ("Phiz") and J. Leech, all on India Paper, facsimiles of Dickens? handwriting and a facsimile of the original front cover to the parts issue of the book. Thick, royal 8vo, beautifully bound by Zaehnsdorf in full green crushed goatskin, the spnes attractively mellowed to honey, the compartments decorated with very richly and elaborately designed panels gilt and separated by raised bands gilt ruled, two compartments lettered and decorated in gilt, the covers with fine gilt rolls on either side of three gilt fillet lines at the borders, very elaborate corner decorations gilt tooled, wide and beautifully decorated gilt turnovers, gilt edges and dentelles, marbled endleaves, t.e.g., original upper covers and spine panels tipped in. xlvii, 430; xi, 439, pp. A very fine set, beautifully preserved and exquisitely bound. A UNIQUE COPY IN ITS BEAUTIFUL SIGNED ZAEHSDORF BINDING. THIS ISSUE WITH THE PLATES IN PROOF STATE ON INDIA PAPER. "Pickwick was issued when Dickens? name was just beginning to excite the attention of prescient publishers and be recognized by readers in search of entertaining novels . The publication of PICKWICK, which ran through twenty numbers, made for all time an English classic--a book representative of its age, exhibiting the life and the ideals of an important class of English folk, on the threshold of the Victorian era. "Now, over a century and a half later, PICKWICK holds its assured place in the literature of our tongue, and, among all its author?s works, seems to have the best chance of achieving what is known as immortality. The book was an improvisation. Dickens was led by his genius and by the indulgence of his jocose fancy into picturing all the popular life which his varied experience in and out of London had made familiar to him. And it is a book that appeals throughout life--to the child and to the person of late years" (Gissing). Like others of Dickens? creations, it is a masterpiece. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        An Unsocial Socialist

      Swan Sonnenschein, UK 1887 - 1st Edition 1887. Bibliographically, the most complex of Shaw's publications and one of his scarcest titles. This copy being a varient with hard paper boards and not in the usual cloth edition. This has a cancelled title page tipped into the front with the authors previous novel spelt incorrectly. Appendix to rear. Book is good++ and quite bright, Edges quite rubbed in places wth repair to spine top. Contents good with cracked endpapers and bookplate. More images can be taken upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Falkland Islands, surveyed by Captains Robert Fitz Roy R.N., William Robinson R.N. and Bartholomew James Sulivan R.N

      London, 1887. Lithograph, 50 x 63 cms, original colour, blank verso; from the first trade edition of Stanford&#146;s London Atlas. Edward Stanford (senior) acquired Arrowmsith&#39;s stock in 1874. His own version of the London Atlas, published in Jubilee year and dedicated to Queen Victoria, is considered to be his last significant work before his retirement. Later editions were revised in keeping with the latest information. The foundation map, FitzRoy&#146;s detailed survey, was undertaken in 1833 on FitzRoy&#146;s celebrated second voyage in HMS Beagle - when he was accompanied by Charles Darwin.

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        Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York (10 Volumes Plus Index; bound in 24 volumes)

      Albany: Weed, Parsons and Company, 1887. Leather Bound. Very Good. Albany: Parsons and Company, Printers. 1856. Large 4to. Volumes I-X (of 15) plus General Index. Bound in 24 volumes. Quarter bound in contemporary brown textured calf-skin leather. Corners bound. Gilt borders. 4 raised bands. 6 compartments. Gilt lettering on spine. Deep burgundy marbled boards. Tight binding and solid boards. Minimal shelf wear. Slight bumping to corners. Scuffing to edges. Minor sunning to spines. Light rubbing to some boards. Marbled endpapers. Owners inscription on upper title page of first volume. Otherwise, pages are clean and unmarked. Fold-out maps, charts, and illustrations throughout.<br><br>Vols. 1-10, and original index, edited, and the French and Dutch manuscripts translated, by E.B. O&#39;Callaghan.<br><br>V. 1-10. Documents relating to the colonial history of the state of New-York; procured in Holland, England and France, by John Romeyn Brodhead, agent, under an act of the Legislature, passed May 2, 1839, with a general introduction by the agent: v. 1-2, Holland documents. 1856-58. v. 3-8, London documents. 1853-57. v. 9-10, Paris documents. 1855-58 -- v. [11] General index to the documents; [v.1-10] Prepared by E.B. O&#39;Callaghan, 1861 -- v. 12 [new ser., v. 1] Documents relating to the history of the Dutch and Swedish settlements on the Delaware River, 1877 -- v. 13 [new ser., v. 2] Documents relating to the history and settlements of the towns along the Hudson and Mohawk rivers (with the exception of Albany), from 1630 to 1684, 1881 -- v. 14 [new ser., v. 3] Documents relating to the history of the early colonial settlements principally on Long Island, 1883 -- v. 15. New York state archives [v. 1] New York in the revolution: prepared under the direction of the Board of regents, by Berthold Fernow. 1887<br><br>A well-preserved collection, in very good condition with minor flaws. Feel free to view our photographs of this historic series. This set is over-sized and may require additional postage. Ships daily.

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        TO^JUN KAGETSU-CHO^

      1887. Very Good. [EHON] Shunsodo, publisher. TOJUN KAGETSU-CHO. 3 Vols., orihon, bound in brocade covered boards with printed silk title labels. The tall slender volumes, 29 x 10.2 cm, are reminiscent of sutras in their format. Enclosed in the original chitsu (clasps missing) with printed paper title label. The colophon is integrated with the closing directory of participants, dated Meiji 16 [1883]. The zodiacal date of 1827 is contained in many of the contributions to the work. Why almost sixty years went by until this work was published in woodcut is problematical, but the centrality of the great scholar, Rai Sanyo, and his followers to the work is undeniable. There are a total of twelve woodcut printed illustrations, some with light coloration, 11 are double page and one is a four page foldout landscape. The subjects are the flowers, landscapes, etc. of Nanga art, but the execution is superlative in printing, coloring and composition. As remarkable as the prints are, the other aspect of the albums, the calligraphed poems, etc., are equally impressive. In my opinion, the printer&#39;s ability to capture the diverse style of each writer and the uniformly excellent quality of each contributor&#39;s work make this A FEW BRIEF MOMENTS INSCRIBING MOON AND FLOWERS one of the finest illustrated works of the Meiji period. It would not do to ignore the historical importance of the work, either. The Nanga revival of the 1880&#39;s which iterated an earlier flowering approximately a zodiacal circle earlier is at the heart of the work, and the lavish nature of the production illustrates the intellectual, artistic and financial resources available to the bunjin literati of mid-Meiji Japan. Each poem and woodcut is sealed, and the study of both seals and signatures throughout the book provided in its day and to us also many insights into the relations of the many intellectuals in Rai Sanyo&#39;s 1820&#39;s movement. See Mitchell 528 and articles on such of the contributors as Sanyo himself, Kagawa Kageki, Rai Kyohei and Kan Sazan in the Kodansha ENCYCLOPEDIA OF JAPAN. In very good condition and excellent color and impression. Three volumes, complete:

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        Tiger Shooting in the Doon and Ulwar

      London: Chapman & Hall, 1887. Very good, with a little bumping and wear to extremities, closed tear in tissue guard of frontis., and some loosening internally. A very presentable copy of an uncommon title.. First Printing of the First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Very Good. Illus. by Hobday, e.

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        La vita degli animali

      Unione Tipografico Editrice 1887 A.E.Brehm. Unione Tipografico - Editrice - Torino, 1897. SECONDA EDIZIONE ITALIANA TRADOTTA SULLA TERZA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE RIFATTA DAL PROF. PECHUEL-LOESCHE, DOTT. W. HAACKE, PROF. E. L. TASHHENBERG E PROF. L. MARSHALL. TRADUZIONE DEL PROF. MICHELE LESSONA. CON LE STUPENDE TAVOLE PROTETTE DALLE VELINE. VOLUME I°, 843 PP. CON 144 FIGURE INTERCALATE NEL TESTO E 20 TAVOLE LA MAGGIOR PARTE A COLORI FUORI TESTO. VOLUME II° , 737 PP. CON 126 FIGURE INTERCALATE NEL TESTO E 19 TAVOLE FUORI TESTO LA MAGGIOR PARTE A COLORI. VOLUME III° 784 PP. CON 106 FIGURE INTERCALATE NEL TESTO, 20 TAVOLE E TRÉ CARTE FUORI TESTO LA MAGGIOR PARTE A COLORI. I TRÉ VOLUMI SONO IN-8° GRANDE, MEZZA TELA, CON ANGOLI. DELL' OPERA DEL BREHM QUESTA É LA COLLEZIONE COMPLETA DEGLI UCCELLI. IN PERFETTO STATO DI CONSERVAZIONE.

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        GYO^SAI GADAN

      1887. Very Good. (EHON) KAWANABE Kyo^sai [Gyo^sai] GYO^SAI GADAN. Tokyo: Iwamoto Shun, Meiji 20 [1887]. 25.4 x 17.6 cm. 4 volumes, string-bound Japanese-style in printed covers with paper labels. All in a folding clasped chitsu box with a colorful woodblock printed label. Printed in sumi and light colors throughout. This famous artist&#39;s autobiography and copybook provides a remarkable insight into the world of the traditional arts in mid-Meiji Japan by their foremost practitioner. Though this work is not uncommon, the impressions in this copy are very good (Conder&#39;s heron has most of its fine detail). There is splitting and crude repair of the box hinges but the book itself is a very good copy. Almost certainly from the library of Arthur Wesley Dow, with his library label and number. As issued:

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        Manuale del cacciatore italiano. Le armi. I cani da ferma italiani ed esteri. Le malattie dei cani esposte in ordine alfabetico ed alla portata di tutti con una copiosa raccolta di ricette. La selvaggina e norme per cacc

      Subject: (Caccia). Milano, Dumolard, 1887, 8vo mezza tela mod. con tassello al dorso, pp. XI-907 num. 117 fig. n.t. (Ceresoli, 65) Raro. Contiene la prima monografia italiana sulla beccaccia, qui in forma di capitolo tra gli "uccelli di ripa" fu poi ristampata a parte nel 1920 nell'introvabile libretto "La beccaccia" di Camusso.

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        The Most Pleasant and Delectable Tale of the Marriage of Cupid and Psyche

      London: David Nutt, 1887. lxxxvi, 65pp, [1]. Later fine binding (by Captain C.E. Gladstone) of full crushed morocco, smooth back, with title and flower head and leafy stem devices, covers with outer double fillet border, inner volute roll with single fillet, a central black rectangular panel with flower head and leafy stem tools and fleuron corner pieces surrounded by an outer panel, again with flower head and leafy stem tools, with six onlaid flower heads in black, with the background in pointille, gilt rule to edges, repeated flower head and leafy stem design to inner edges, with eight black morocco onlaid flower heads, blue fabric doublures, t.e.g. Very minor dulling to spine, otherwise bright and clean. Small nick to foot of title, otherwise internally bright and clean. Extra-illustrated with two plates from an earlier edition of Cupid and Psyche (c.1800), as well as an extra leaf of text (the preface to Cupid and Psyche by Hudson Gurney). Original covers bound in at rear, limited to five hundred copies for sale. A handsome binding by Gladstone, with his initials to foot of front inner board. First Thus. Full Morocco. Very Good+. 8vo. Limited Edition.

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        Ueber sehr schnelle electrische Schwingungen

      Johann Ambrosius Barth, Leipzig 1887 - Über sehr schnelle electrische Schwingungen; Nachtrag zu der Abhandlung über sehr schnelle electrische Schwingungen; Über einen Einfluss des ultravioletten Lichtes auf die electrische Entladung. In: Annalen der Physik 31, neue Folge, 1887, pp. 421-448, 543-544, 983-1000. Leipzig: Johann Ambrosius Barth, 1887. 8vo (209x136 mm). Contemporary cardboard, spine gilt with gilt paper label. Whole volume, viii, 1048 pp., including half title, general title with old library stamp (Gymnasium Ernestinum Gothanum). Interior clean with only minor occasional spotting. A fine copy. ---- Dibner Heralds of Science 71; See PMM 377; Norman 1060. - FIRST EDITION of Hertz's first paper on electromagnetic waves, with the second journal publication of his second paper. "When Hertz entered physics in the 1870's, electrodynamics was in a disorganized state. Theories had multiplied in its fifty years of development, and each had its own following. To encourage. the experimental decision between electrodynamic theories Helmholtz proposed through the Berlin Academy of Sciences in 1879 a second prize problem, this one in connection with the behavior of unclosed Circuits in Maxwell's theory. Although at the time Hertz declined to try the Berlin Academy problem. he kept the problem constantly in mind; and in 1886 shortly after arriving in Karisruhe he found that the Riess or Knochenhauer induction coils he was using in lecture demonstrations were precisely the means he needed for undertaking Helmholtz' test of Maxwell's theory. By the end of 1888 he had gone beyond the terms of Helniholtz' problem and had confinned the existence of electromagnetic waves in air. He published a total of nine papers from his electrical researches in Karlsruhe. They drew immediate, widespread recognition." (DSB). -- In his first paper Hertz described the apparatus that he had devised for the detection and measurement of electromagnetic waves, the key to his later successes. To prove that electrical waves can be projected though space it was necessary to devise a means of both producing the waves and, more difficult at the time, of detecting them once produced. For this Hertz used "an effect as old as the discovery of electricity itself-the electric spark. By inducing the waves to produce an electric spark at a distance, with no apparent connexion between the oscillator and the spark gap, and by moving the sparking apparatus so that the length of the spark varied, he proved beyond question the passage of electric waves through space" (PMIVI). "Hertz's proof was the result of his experimental inventiveness. He regarded his detection device as his most original stroke, since no amount of theory would have predicted that it would work" (DSB). In his paper on ultraviolet light Hertz showed that UV light is alone responsible for the photoelectric effect, an effect which he foresaw as having "profound theoretical meaning for the connection of light and electricity" (op.cit.). The volume also includes papers by Max Planck, W C. Rontgen, R. Bunsen, and others. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Crystal Age: First Edition

      T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1887. First Edition. Hard Cover. No Jacket. First edition. Includes custom clamshell case in red cloth and black leather with silver titles on spine. No jacket (neither Payne nor Wilson indicate that one was issued). Hinges strong but endpapers separating at fold, board edges worn through at several points, board panels exceptionally well preserved. Some loss of gilt to spine title. 1887 Hard Cover. We have more books available by this author!. iv, 287 [288] pp., [32] (publisher ads). 8vo. Original black cloth, red titles & decorations, floral endpapers. Second novel by the Argentinian naturalist known for &#39;Green Mansions&#39; and &#39;Far Away and Long Ago&#39;. The book, originally published anonymously, remained unattributed until the 1906 second edition. It is a pastoral utopia, portrayed as a humble human reaction to an apocalyptic event. An important early work of science fiction by an important author. Negley 596. Sargent 38. Gerber. Bleiler 1135. Variant of Wilson 2. Variant 6 of Payne A2a.

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        Our Hundred Days in Europe

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Company, The Riverside Press, 1887 - Inscribed with the concluding stanzas of The Broken Circle (at p. 172 in the present volume): Cold is the Druid's altar-stone, Its vanished flame no more returns, But ours no chilling damp has known, Unchanged, unchanging still it burns So let our broken circle stand A wreck, a remnant, yet the same While one last, loving, faithful hand Still lives to feed its altar flame Oliver Wendell Holmes Boston, March 17th 1888 Tipped in at the back is a leaf in the author's hand: "J.R. Kendall Esq, 29 Pemberton Square, With the thanks of O. W. Holmes" First American edition following very shortly after the English edition. BAL binding B, priority undetermined. 8vo. . Original dark green,cloth, beveled edges, winged urn in gilt on upper cover, in blind on lower, top edge gilt, blue-black coated endpapers, 14 pages publisher's advertisements at back. Slightest rubbing of cloth, one leaf with minute tear in margin (carelessly opened). Near fine. BAL 9006 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Journal des Goncourt. Mémoires de la vie littéraire.

      Charpentier & Cie 1887 - - Charpentier & Cie, Paris _1887-1896, 12x19cm, 9 volumes reliés reliés. - Edition originale sur papier courant pour chacun des volumes. Reliures à la bradel en pleine percaline cerise, dos lisses ornés d'un motif floral central doré, dates et doubles filets dorés en queues, pièces de titre de chagrin marine, couvertures conservées, reliures de l'époque signées de Durvand. Précieux envoi autographe signé de Edmond de Goncourt, sur chacun des volumes, à l'historien napoléonien Frédéric Masson. Rare et très bel ensemble, en reliure uniforme de l'époque, complet en 9 volumes et enrichi d'un important envoi autographe de Edmond de Goncourt sur chacun des volumes. Autographes d'exception & Les Classiques [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE NAVAL ANNUAL - 1887/ SECOND YEAR OF PUBLICATION.

      GRIIFIN & Co PORTSMOUTH 1887 - R320037105: XXVI + 784 pages augmentées de nombreuses cartes et gravures hors texte en couleurs dont certaines a déplier - Plats fanés. OUVRAGE EXCLUSIVEMENT EN ANGLAIS / SOMMAIRE : Section I -- by Lord Brassey. Section II. -- by F.K. Barnes, Esq. Section III. -- Gunnery -- by Captain Orde Brown. Section IV. -- Torpedoes -- by Lieutenant Sleeman. The Appendix. -- Consists entirely of public documents. In-4 Relié toilé. Etat d'usage. Couv. défraîchie. Dos fané. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Games of Logic

      London: Macmillan & Co, 1887. Publisher&#39;s red cloth, gilt titles to spine and front, slight sunning to spine, rubbing to some edges, with very small tear to head of spine. Spot marks to front. Previous owners name label eith small disc label to fep. Tissue guard to title page with small spot of brown. 96pp text fine binding firm. The volume includes the original envelope containing the playing board and 8 counters (6 grey 2 pink). Small closed tear to flap of envelope. . First Edition. Hardback. Very Good/No Jacket.

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        Rawlinson's Ancient Monarchies of the East; Vols. I II & III, The Sixth Great Oriental Monarchy, The Seventh Great Oriental Monarchy - 6 Volume Complete Set

      Belford, Clarke & Co., Chicago, Illinois 1887 - 6 VOLUME COMPLETE SET (5 BOOKS; 7th Book 2 VOLUMES in 1). Copyright 1887. Second Edition. Total 2546 Pp. Two color frontispiece engravings, profuse black/white illustrations throughout text, and 9 fold out maps (most located at front and rear of each text). The Five Great Monarchies [VOLUME I; The First Monarchy (Chaldaea), The Second Monarchy (Assyria) 590 p., VOLUME II; The Second Monarchy concluded (Assyria), The Third Monarchy (Media), The Fourth Monarchy (Babylonia) 580 p., VOLUME III; The Fourth Monarchy concluded (Babylonia), The Fifth Monarchy (Persia) 567 p.], The Sixth Great Oriental Monarchy (Parthia) 458 p., The Seventh Great Oriental Monarchy (Sassanian or New Persian Empire) 351p. DIMENSIONS: 8 1/4" x 6" x 1" each book. BOOK DESCRIPTION: Green publishers pebble grain cloth hardbound, gilt stamped title on spine cover, profusely illustrated text, (2) color tissue guarded frontispiece engravings in book six and seven, (9) fold out maps. BOOK CONDITION: Very good-Good; 1 1/2" cloth tear at rear crown gutter of volume I (does not effect spine), moderate fraying effects volume I spine crown/heel, other books moderately rubbed/bumped spine crown/heels, board corners minor-moderate bump, overall cloth condition is moderately rubbed with some occasional spotting, gilt title on spines is generally bright with occasional rubbed areas (effects publisher marking), board edges minor-moderate rubbing, (1) fold out map has 1 3/4" tear at a bottom fold (a few others have a 1/4" or less tear at spine contact fold; see lower left corner of map representative image), square spines, firm binding, clean intact gutters, clean age toned pages, personal ex-libris plate pasted inside front left top corner of each book. A nice solid set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Forbes`s Directory and Bulletin Commentarium Rerum Urbanum [also named The Roman News and Directory, etc.]

      - Folio numbers bound up in two volumes. Volume 1: Rome December 1st 1887 - 1892; Volume 2: 1892 - 1898, published fortnightly. four pages an issue. Contemporary cloth, a little rubbed but sound. Internally in good condition, though occasionally browned where previously folded. Seasons 15 - 25 (eleven years in all) of this fascinating local newspaper, printed and produced in English for the benefit of the English community in Rome and travellers to Italy in the late nineteenth century. Contains news on a great range of subjects, including listsm of visitors to Rome, archaeological finds, advertisements, news of the Vatican and so on. Extremely rare, we have located copies in the BL only. Gives a marvellous impression of the interests, amusements and lives of the English travellers at that time. Edited and marketed by Russell Forbes, he takes the opportunity to advertise his extensive publications and lectures on Rome within it, changing the name to Forbes' Rome Directory and Bulletin for 1888 (i.e. from the opening of the season on December 1st 1888) and then to the Rome Directory and then to the Rome Directory and Bulletin for 1889 season, and then to the Roman News and Directory for the 1890 season. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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