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      Manuel Ginés Hernández, Madrid 1887 - 307 + 334 pp. 14 x 21 cm. Prólogo de D. Francisco Silvela. Tomo I (Disraeli - Andrassy), Tomo II (Bismarck - Thiers). Exlibris. Lomos algo desgastados. Todos los envíos peninsulares se hacen por mensajería, con entrega en domicilio. Holandesa lomo en piel con dorados [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libros del Reino Secreto]
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      THE CHRISTIAN LITERATURE COMPANY, 1887. INGLESE 1,3 Coperta rigida con fregio nero al piatto e titoli d'oro al dorso, leggermente usurata agli angoli, ai bordi ed al piede e cima del dorso, pagine lievemente brunite e con rara fioritura rimanendo comunque in buonissimo stato di conservazione, piccolo strappo al centro del foglio di guardia posteriore USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Eigenh. Manuskript. [Zürich, 1887].

      1887. 10½ SS. auf 11 num. Bll. Gr.-4to. "Dem Andenken Gottfr. Sempers gilt unsere heutige Feier. Vor wenigen Tagen, am 15t. Mai waren es 8 Jahre daß unser Meister Semper in der Stadt aus dem Leben schied, die man die Ewige nennt. In Rom neben der Pyramide des Cestius wurden des Meisters irdische Reste beigesetzt. Nach einem reichen aber auch mühsam durchkämpften Leben hat Semper an dem Ort seine Tage beschlossen, wo er einst in jugendlicher Begeisterung an den erhabenen Denkmalen u. Werken der Kunst die Richtschnur für sein eigenes Schaffen gefunden [...]". - Georg Lasius studierte u. a. am Zürcher Polytechnikum unter Gottfried Semper, lehrte dort seit 1862 und erhielt 1867 eine Professur. Zu seinen praktischen Arbeiten zählen das Chemie- und das Physikgebäude des Eidgenössischen Polytechnikums (1886 bzw. 1889, zusammen mit Alfred Friedrich Bluntschli) oder das Atelierhaus von Arnold Böcklin in Zürich (1885). - Etwas gebräunt und mit kleinen Läsuren.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris]
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        3 letters in Arabic, signed ("Emile Brugsch" bzw. "E. Brugsch"). Apparently Cairo, 1887 to 1911.

      1887. 4to. Altogether 2 pp. On various matters. Emil Brugsch is known as the official who "evacuated" the mummies from the Deir el-Bahri cache in 1881, and for serving as assistant curator of the Bulaq Museum - the nucleus of what is today the Egyptian Museum. - With punched holes. Two letters with French editiorial notes

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris]
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        Unter den Kannibalen auf Borneo. Eine Reise auf dieser Insel und auf Sumatra. Mit einleitendem Vorwort von Alfred Kirchhoff.

      Jena Costenoble () 1887 - 2. Aufl.; ca 26x18 cm; (22) 407 (1) Seiten mit 28 chromolith. Farbtafeln, 2 lith. Tafeln, 1 Holzstichtafel, 6 Textholzstiche und 1 farbige Faltkarte; farbig illustr. Originalleinwandeinband (kleiner Stempel auf Vortitelblatt, 4 Tafeln rückseitig minimal stockfleckig; sonst sehr gutes Exemplar) Prachtvolle und reich illustrierte Schilderung von Sumatra und Borneo und der einheimischen Bevölkerung. 0,000 gr. Asien; Etnologie; Südsee

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Hilbert Kadgien]
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        The Printers' International Specimen Exchange Vol VIII 1887

      The printers international specimen exchange was a short lived series of 16 volumes issued from 1880-1898. Printers were invited to submit several hundred copies of a piece of work, in return they received their own work bound together with all the other specimens that had been submitted. The cost was a shilling and for an additional cost the finished volume was bound in half vellum and laced with catgutThe total number of specimen exchange books varied based on the number of submitted specimens / subscribers, as high as 406 and as low 230. NB Also available in a period half calf binding is Volume XII from 1881 - for more details please just ask

      [Bookseller: Michael Moon's Bookshop]
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        The Game of Star Authors

      New York: McLoughlin Brothers, 1887. First edition of this expanded 72-card version of the Star Authors card game, which had been widely popular in a 36-card version since the 1860s. Pictured authors include Washington Irving, Robert Burns, James Fenimore Cooper, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Charlotte Brontë, W.M. Thackeray, Wilkie Collins, Charles Dickens, Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Mark Twain, Bret Harte, George Eliot, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, and Alfred Lord Tennyson. Players aimed to collect complete sets of a famous author's works by calling for cards from other players. A very good complete set of the expanded Star Authors deck, still housed in the publisher's decorative box. Seventy-two playing cards, including thirty-six portraits, with blue star design on versos, housed in original red paper-covered wood-framed box, heavily decorated in gilt. Leaflet of directions included. Light wear to publisher's box.

      [Bookseller: Honey & Wax Booksellers]
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      Victor-Havard Paris 1887 In-12 ( 195 X 120 mm ) de 367 pages, demi-veau caramel à la bradel à coins, dos lisse janséniste, couvertures conservées. Quelques rousseurs, bon exemplaire sur papier d'édition de l'EDITION ORIGINALE enrichi d'un ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE SIGNE de Guy DE MAUPASSANT. D'autres photos sur

      [Bookseller: Librairie Tiré à Part]
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        THE MERRY MEN and Other Tales and Fables

      1887. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1887. 4 pp undated ads. Original printed yellow wrappers. First American Edition of this collection of tales, some of which (like "Thrawn Janet" and "Markham") are along the same vein as JEKYLL AND HYDE -­ Stevenson called such stories his "creepers." This copy is in yellow wrappers (others were bound in red cloth and offered at a higher price).~This is a very good copy, with minor soil, wrinkling and edge-wear of the very delicate wrapper -- rather remarkable condition, actually, for so fragile a volume. In our experience the American edition (in cloth or especially in wrappers) is much scarcer than the English one, even on this side of the Atlantic. Beinecke 413; Princeton 33A, copy 2.

      [Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman]
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        La Perse, la Chaldée et la Susiane. - Relation de voyage.

      Paris, Hachette. 1887, 1 volume, in-folio, relié, 739 p. 336 gravures sur bois d'après photographies, 2 cartes en couleur. Reliure d'époque, demi chagrin rouge à coins, filets dorés doubles aux marges des cuirs, dos à nerfs, filets, fleurons et titre dorés, tête dorée, infimes défauts à la reliure, intérieur parfaitement blanc. Superbe exemplaire. ************* PROMO : Envoi gratuit en courrier suivi et assurance à partir de 20 € d'achat (France seulement), remise 20 % pour commande supérieure à 60 €.

      [Bookseller: Yves Oziol]
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      2 September, 1887. n. 572 x 483 mm. (22 1/2 x 19"). With 11 manuscript lines in fine cursive and black letter hands. Manuscript text ruled in red and signed by Muir Macenzie "by warrant under the Queen's sign manual," the text surrounded by a three-quarter historiated and foliate panel border with the royal arms centered at head and with allegorical figures in foliate garlands at corners and sides, an embossed and a monogram paper seal affixed at head recto and verso, the document laced through at foot and with A FINE AND VERY SUBSTANTIAL PENDANT SEAL (159 mm. in diameter) IN ITS ORIGINAL METAL SKIPPET, OF QUEEN VICTORIA ENTHRONED, HOLDING SCEPTER AND ORB, between seated figures representing Church and State, the seal attached with thick yellow and maroon thread. A little flaking of paint from the metal skippet, two superficial cracks in the wax seal, otherwise IN VERY FINE CONDITION, the vellum especially clean, and the protected seal with no significant muting of detail.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        The Geographical Distribution of the Family Charadriidae, or the Plovers, Sandpipers, Snipes, and Their Allies

      London: Henry Sotheran & Co No date of publication, though 1887. 21 hand colored lithographic plates by J. G. Keulemans. Pebbled green cloth covers, with gilt stamped lettering and black stamped ruled decoration. Cloth covers are a little rubbed and show some light wear at corners and spine ends. Lettering remains bright, though covers show a few scuffs and light rubbing. Top hinge is cracked, and there is a little separation between title page and preface page. Volume remains tight, however. Scattered light foxing, mostly on first and last few leaves. The first and last plate are slightly darkened and show a little very light foxing. Other plates are very good. . First Edition. Cloth - Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by J. G. Keulemans. 4to.

      [Bookseller: Lloyd Zimmer, Books and Maps]
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        The Beharistan (Abode of Spring) By Jami A Literal Translation from the Persian

      Benares: Printed by Kama Shastra Society for Private Subscribers Only, 1887, 1887. First edition. Penzer, page 177. Vellum a little soiled and creased at the spine; very good copy.. 8vo, full vellum, gilt lettering. One of several translations Burton did for the society founded by him and others to circumvent the Obscene Publications Act of 1857. From the inventory of Burton Weiss, Bookseller.

      [Bookseller: The Brick Row Book Shop]
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        Correspondance des directeurs de l'Académie de France à Rome avec les surintendants des bâtiments. Du tome 1 (1666-1694) au tome 12 (1764-1774).

      P., Charavay, 1887-1902. - 12 volumes grand in-8, reliure homogène bradel demi-percaline rouge, pièce de titre basane vert bronze et fleuron doré au dos, les 4 premiers volumes imprimés sur papier vergé. Dos un peu salis, certains passés, quelques rousseurs sur les gardes, bel ensemble, volumes reliés avec toutes leurs marges et en partie non coupés, bonne condition. Rare et importante tête de collection de cette publication fondamentale pour l'histoire de l'art en Europe aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècle. Cette série toujours en cours est publiée sous les auspices de la Société de l'Histoire de l'Art français, et les derniers volumes parus concernent le début du XIXe siècle. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Trait d'Union sarl.]
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        Etching with surface tone: Two Trees Winter Landscape with Trees

      , 1887. 1887. Signed in pencil by the artist. no watermark. On ivory thick Japan paper, with wide margins. 96 x 156 mm. Matted. Signed in pencil by the artist. no watermark. On ivory thick Japan paper, with wide margins. 96 x 156 mm. Schneider 129, only state

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        Histoire physique, naturelle et politique de Madagascar. Volume XXII. Histoire naturelle des coléoptères. Tome II. - Atlas.

      Paris, Imprimerie Nationale, 1887. Folio (32.2x 24.2 cm). Half title, title page; 54 finely hand-coloured, tissue-guarded plates. Contemporary green half calf over green marbled boards. Spine with five raised bands and gilt title "A. Grandidier - Coléoptères". Marbled endpapers. = The excessively rare hand-coloured edition of the Coleoptera atlas of Alfred Grandidier's famous and rare "Histoire physique, naturelle et politique de Madagascar". The total print run of each part was a mere 150 copies, and most insect volumes were sold with tinted plates. Only very few copies were hand-coloured. And only this coloured edition truly shows the splendid variation in colour and colour-pattern of the Madagascarian beetle fauna. Tissue-guards tipped in on plate versos. Fore edge uncut. A very good, clean copy.

      [Bookseller: Dieter Schierenberg bv]
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        Samlebog med originale, indklæbede, tildels udfoldelige etiketter brugt af firmaet.

      65 sider. Etiketterne er gennemgående i rigtig fin stand, 1887. Sukkerfabrikken H.H. Mathiassen blev stiftet i 1887. Etiketterne stammer sandsynligvis fra en længere periode omkring år 1900.

      [Bookseller: Mandøes Antikvariat]
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        3 sehr großformatige Aufriss-Ansichten des Burgtheaters in (vermutl.) Lithographie.

      Wien, Staatsdruckerei, ca. 1887. - Ca. 66 x 101 cm (2 x) u. 67,5 x 153 cm (Papier gering gebräunt u. tls. minimal braunfleckig, einige Einrisse alt hinterlegt, Faltspuren). Vgl. Czeike I, 523 f. (Burgtheater), III, 69 (Carl v. Hasenauer) u. Thieme-B. XXVI, 335 (Friedrich Pecht).- Die 3 Aufriss-Ansichten aus dem Besitz von August Friedrich Pecht, von Carl von Hasenauer jeweils eh. gewidmet, signiert und datiert: "Herrn Pecht z(ur) fr(eundlichen) Er(innerung) Hasenauer, Wien den 2. Juli (1)887".- Die Ansichten zeigen: "Vordere Ansicht gegen die Ringstrasse" (67,5 x 153 cm); "Hintere Ansicht gegen die Löwelstrasse" (66 x 101 cm); "Seitenansicht gegen den Volksgarten" (66 x 101 cm). August Friedrich Pecht (geb. am 2. Oktober 1814 in Konstanz; gest. am 24. April 1903 in München), Maler und Kunstschriftsteller, wurde 1833 Schüler der Kunstakademie in München. Die Jahre 1851 bis 1852 und nochmal 1853 bis 1854 verbrachte Pecht in Italien. Bei beiden Reisen verbrachte er längere Zeit auch in Rom um die Antike zu studieren. Als er 1854 nach Deutschland zurückkam, ließ er sich für den Rest seines Lebens in München nieder. Dort entstanden seine z.T. großformatigen Ölbilder aus dem Leben Johann Wolfgang von Goethes und Friedrich Schillers. Ab ungefähr 1854 arbeitete Pecht fast ausschließlich als Redakteur für das Kunstressort der Augsburger Allgemeinen Zeitung in München. Für diese berichtete er dann auch exklusiv von den Weltausstellungen in Paris (1867, 1868, 1889) und Wien (1873). 1885 betraute man Pecht mit der Leitung der Zeitschrift "Die Kunst für alle". Daneben veröffentlichte Pecht in verschiedenen Tageszeitungen (u.a. "Süddeutsche Presse" (München), "Neue Presse" (Wien), "Tägliche Rundschau" (Berlin) zu allen möglichen Themen die Kunst betreffend.- Der bedeutendste Architekt des Späthistorismus in Wien und Architekt des Wiener Burgtheaters, Carl Ritter von Hasenauer (1833-1894), war Schüler von August Sicard von Sicardsburg und Eduard van der Nüll. 1873 wurde er in den Freiherrenstand erhoben. Mit Gottfried Semper entwarf er den Hofbautenkomplex mit dem Kunsthistorischen Museum und dem Naturhistorischen Museum (1871-1891), das Burgtheater (1874-1888, Grundriss von Semper, Fassadengestaltung von Hasenauer) und die Neue Hofburg (1881-1894, vollendet 1913), die er, wie auch die von ihm entworfenen Wohnbauten Palais Lützow (1870) und Hermesvilla (1882-1886), mit Innendekorationen im Makartstil versah. An der Ausführung der Bauten war Semper bis 1876 beteiligt. Nach dem Zerwürfnis mit dem einstigen Geschäftspartner Semper leitete Hasenauer die Errichtung der Hofbauten allein. Das Burgtheater wurde am 14. 10. 1888 mit Franz Grillparzers "Esther" und Friedrich Schillers "Wallensteins Lager" eröffnet. Graphik, Österreich - WIEN [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat MEINDL & SULZMANN OG]
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        Middleton & Maning's Tasmanian Directory & Gazetteer, 1887, containing A Gazetteer of Tasmania, Alphabetical, Street, Trade & Professional, Government Official, Medical, Legal, Miscellaneous Co's & Municipal Directories.

      Sydney: Alec Middleton and Francis Beresford Maning. 1887. [title continues] Together with a vast amount of general and useful information. Second Year of Publication. 8vo. iii-xvi (advertisements), xvii-xx (Title/advert, Contents/Index to adverts) 460pp, inserted advertisement leaves on coloured paper at pp432/33 & 448/49, [4]pp (of [6] advert pages); erratum slip (at Contents). This copy lacks one of the advertising leaves at the end (and see below). Original blue cloth, lettered and decorated in gilt (title and several advertisements), neatly rebacked with most of the heavily rubbed original spine laid down, extremities (bar the new spine) quite rubbed, exposing the board at the corners. Two of the advertising leaves at the front and rear have been repaired (overlaid with tissue), pp459/60 has lost its lower corner (but no loss of text); otherwise the text clean and in good condition. Contemporary owner's name on Contents page, another's (more recent) on the front paste-down). A good (repaired) copy of a scarce item. ***Ferguson 12572 (not noting the two coloured advertisement leaves). Note also that while the pagination indicates that this copy lacks an advertising leaf (ppi/ii), the index of advertisements suggests this is not so. .

      [Bookseller: Astrolabe Booksellers]
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        La femme au dix-huitième siècle

      Paris Firmin-Didot 1887 Un volume in-4plein maroquin bordeaux janséniste, dos à faux nerfs, auteur et titre dorés, large dentelle dorée intérieure, toutes tranches dorées. [3], 402 pages. Ouvrage illustré de 58 planches hors texte dont 6 doubles et 10 en couleurs, héliogravées d'après des gravures d'époque, chacune serpentée et légendée. Un des 75 exemplaires imprimés sur papier Japon comportant certaines planches en double état. Bel exemplaire.Dimensions : 285x225x50mm, poids : 2,7kg, envoi soigné en Chrono 13 de Chronopost. One volume, 4to, full dark red "Jansenist" plain morocco, title and author gilt-lettered, gilt inside borders, all edges gilt. First edition, illustrated with 58 photoengravings (6 folded and 10 in colour), one of the 75 copies printed on Japanese vellum with some plates in two states. Rubbed spines. Nice copy. - - * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Attention ! Les montants des frais de port mentionnés ne sont valables que pour la France continentale. Pour toute autre destination, veuillez prendre contact avec la librairie par téléphone fixe +33 (0) 5 67 67 46 33 ou portable +33 (0) 6 04 51 14 09 ou par courriel : librairie@scriptorium-albi.frBeware! The shipping rates here given are only available within France. For any other destination please contact the book shop by phone: +33 (0) 5 67 67 46 33 or GSM: +33 (0) 6 04 51 14 09, or by e-mail:

      [Bookseller: Le Scriptorium d'Albi]
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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("WilhRaabe"). Braunschweig, 24. V. 1887.

      1887. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. Mit eh. adr. Kuvert. An Amalie Hesse: "Wenn wir Autoren erfahren, daß unsere Schriften Leidenden und Bekümmerten zum Trost und zur Ermuthigung gedient haben, so ist das freilich der beste Lohn, der uns zu Theil werden kann [...]".

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        L'ingegneria a Venezia dell'ultimo ventennio. Pubblicazione degli ingegneri veneziani in omaggio ai colleghi del VI congresso

      Naratovich, 1887. In folio (cm 32 x 46 circa), pp. 57b + (7) con 3 grandi tavole piu' volte ripiegate fuori testo; 15 con 7 tavole fuori testo ripiegate; 17 + (3b) con 8 tavole fuori testo alcune delle quali ripiegate; 21 + (3b) con illustrazioni nel testo e 3 grandi tavole ripiegate fuori testo; 20 con 3 tavole fuori testo con riproduzioni fotografiche della basilica di San Marco; 6 + (2) con 2 tavole con riproduzioni fotografiche; 26 + (2b) con 3 tavole fuori testo ripiegate (per un totale di 29 tavole comprese quelle finali con la pianta della citta' e delle isole). Cartonatura editoriale. Reintegro di un lembo di carta bianca asportato dal frontespizio. Corposa monografia dedicata a Venezia suddivisa in vari capitoli con relative tavole per ciascuna sezione: Il porto del Lido; L'acquedotto di Venezia; Cenni monografici sulle strade provinciali della Provincia di Venezia; Sui restauri delle principali facciate del Palazzo Ducale; I restauri della Basilica di S. Marco dall'anno 1878 in poi; Sui Restauri del Fondaco dei Turchi; Istruzione, educazione, beneficenza e industria. ITA

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        [Binding, Fine- Riviere & Son] Aucassin & Nicolete

      London: David Nutt, 1887. First edition thus. 12mo. Exquisitely bound by Riviere in full green crushed morocco, lavishly gilt blocked and tooled with striking Art Nouveau motif of blossom and petals extending from the edges of the book in toward the center, on both covers, repeated with lettering on spine. Side edges with gilt stipples. Gilt-ruled dentelles, deep purple endsheets. Half-title, pictorial title engraving by P.J. Hood, pictorial title page at end. A fine production and a wonderfully wrought and designed binding.

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        Eigenh. Briefkarte mit U. Frankfurt a. M., 31. V. 1887.

      1887. 2 SS. Qu.-kl.-8vo. Mit der Adreßseite des eh. adr. Kuverts. An den Sänger Franz von Milde (1855-1929) in Hannover, der hier schon seit neun Jahren engagiert war, bei dem sie sich für eine "freundliche Sendung" herzlich bedankt - "lieber noch freilich hätte [Ihnen] zugehört Ihre Sie hochschätzende ergeb. Clara Schumann". - Nach dem Tod von Robert Schumann und von zahlreichen Konzertreisen unterbrochen, unterrichtete Clara Schumann am Hoch'schen Konservatorium in Frankfurt. - Eigenh. Kuvert mit Adresse, Briefmarke und Poststempel vorderseitig vorhanden, verso Montagespuren.

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        Remarkable correspondence between Theodore Roosevelt and naturalist and author Leo E. Miller: a veteran of the infamous 1913-1914 South American expedition that nearly killed the former President. Roosevelt pulled strings to get Miller his first published work , In The Wilds of South America (1918).

      Various, Various. Various. "A substantial and important archive of papers and books belonging to Leo E. Miller (1887 - 1952), a naturalist and explorer who accompanied Theodore Roosevelt on the Roosevelt – Rondon Scientific Expedition of 1913 - 1914, which explored the 1000 mile long Rio da Duvida (River of Doubt), later renamed Rio Roosevelt in the Brazilian Amazon. The archive consists of Miller's retained correspondence of approximately 23 letters - correspondents include Theodore Roosevelt (1858 - 1919), 2 Autograph Letters Signed, January 28 and April 26, 1917, 4 Typed Letters Signed, November 4, 1914 to December 7, 1917, Theodore Roosevelt, III (1887 - 1944), 5 Typed Letters Signed, February 20, 1934 to January 9, 1936; Kermit Roosevelt (1889 - 1943), 2 Autograph Letters Signed and 4 Typed Letters Signed, February 2, 1916 to May 13, 1938 and Paul Cutright, author of Theodore Roosevelt: Naturalist and Outdoorsman (1959), 1 Autograph Letter Signed and 4 Typed Letters Signed, May 12, 1943 to January 1, 1956, together with editions of six of his books; an original 5.25"" x 3.25"" silver gelatin print of identified members of the South American expedition; as well as an enlarged copy print of the same; a scrapbook of newspaper clippings of Leo Miller's accomplishments; and lecture broadsides. Some mat burn to two of the Roosevelt letters, Typed Letters Signed by Roosevelt mounted, typical mailing folds, else very good condition overall. Also included is an incredible African necklace, probably owned and gifted by Roosevelt himself.Miller, born in Huntingburg, Indiana, first travelled to South America in March 1911 as the youngest member of a three man expedition to Columbia led by the ornithologists Frank Chapman and Louis Agassiz Fuertes. The novice naturalist so impressed Chapman that he was selected as the American Museum of Natural History's representative for the 1913 - 1914. Weary from politics and thirsty for danger, Theodore Roosevelt sought adventure to escape his failures of the 1912 election. After a safari in Africa, he looked towards South America and a treacherous, unpredictable waterway aptly named the Rio da Duvida. Death on the scientific crusade was a very real possibility. Many of Roosevelt's friends fretted over his safety. Laughing in the face of peril he replied, ""I have already lived and enjoyed as much of life as any nine other men I know; I have had my full share, and if it necessary for me to leave my bones in South America, I am quite prepared to do so."" His chortles silenced when the voyage shifted from a confident trek to a harrowing journey. In Candice Miller's book River of Doubt (2005) she explains, ""Compared with the creatures of the Amazon, including the Indians whose territory they were invading, they were all – from the lowliest camarada to the former president of the United States – clumsy, conspicuous prey."" Miller accompanied Theodore Roosevelt on the first leg of the expedition into the southern Amazonian basin. When the party arrived at the Rio da Duvida, the party split into two in order to conserve supplies. Roosevelt, together with his son Kermit, and several others descended the river toward the Amazon while Miller travelled the Rio Ji-Paranà to the Rio Madeira. While Miller arrived at Manaos, at the confluence of the Rio Negro and Amazon. Roosevelt's journey down the River of Doubt took several more harrowing weeks in which the former President suffered a leg owound that became infected, leaving him weak from illness. (""Left Roosevelt Well,"" New York Times, April 9, 1914, 1; ""Roosevelt Starts Down the Amazon, Leg Wound..."" Ibid, May 2, 1914, 9). Roosevelt encourages a young authorFollowing his arrival in New York, and some recuperation in Oyster Bay, Roosevelt began work on his history of the expedition, Through the Brazilian Wilderness, which Scribner's published in the fall of 1914. Meanwhile, Miller continued his field work, making several more trips to South America, collecting specimens for the American Museum of Natural History. Writing on November 14, 1914 in a typed letter, he encourages Miller to write his own memoir of his South American travels, and offers to make an introduction to Scribner's: ""I have received your note too late to answer before you had left. I hope this will be sent to you. I shall be very much pleased to have the Saki named after me, and I am even more pleased to learn how many new things we got in the mammal collection. It is fine! And, I am sure, you will do even better now. I am also very much pleased that you think you will be able to publish your Tales in book form. Send me a copy of the Cock-a-della Rocky article, as soon as you can, and I will submit it to Scribner's. Give my warm regards to Messrs. Huxley and Gibbon. I cannot help but wish that I was along."" Miller continued his ornithological work, undertaking another expedition to South America from May 1916 to September 1917 financed by Roosevelt who put up $5,000 and continuing in south America through with stops in Bolivia, Panama, Ecuador, Peru and Argentina. During his stay in South America, Roosevelt wrote again to his ""dear Miller"" informing him that ""I have just received your letter; and, as soon as I got it, I wrote off the introductory note to Scribner's. I am immensely pleased, as I think I wrote you. You must have had a most interesting trip. By George, those maribundi wasps are serious menaces to the health and life! When you are in the lowlands, do keep a lookout for the giant anaconda...[the American Museum of Natural History] have never yet gotten the skin or the skeleton of one. Let me know, of course, as soon as you return to the United States."" Roosevelt's influence on Scribner's proved strong enough to get Miller a publishing contract, and in light of the fact that he would cover his role in the Roosevelt-Rondon Expedition, the former President was given advance drafts for comment. In January 1917, Colonel Roosevelt shot off a short hand-written note to Miller writing that the thought the forthcoming ""book will be rather first rate; I am greatly pleased with it. I have a small suggestion to make about the preface, Now, will you come in to the Langdon Hotel at 9.30 next Thursday morning, and we'll go to Scribner's afterwards?""Several months later the United States declared War on the Central Powers, entering the First World War. Miller, hoping to obtain an officer's commission, used his connections to his favor. On April 26, 1917, Roosevelt wrote a hand-written letter of recommendation to ""The examining Board for the Officers Reserve Training Camp,"" writing, ""I know Mr Leo Miller intimately; he went through my South American Exploring trip with me He is a gentleman of high character; a college bred man of scholarly attainment; and a particularly daring, resourceful and energetic man, experienced in handling men, cool-headed in emergency, accustomed to danger. If I had troops to command I would be very glad to have him hold a commission under me."" Likely in part due to Roosevelt's influence, Miller obtained a lieutenant's commission in the Army Air Service as an observer (""Two Airplanes Reach City of Fayetteville on Trip,"" Wilmington Morning Star, N.C., December 20, 1918). Roosevelt offered his congratulations in a Typed Letters Signed on December 7, 1917: ""I am delighted that you got the Lieutenancy. Kermit will be as pleased as I am. I Shall write him at once. Cherry, Fiala and I have been exchanging congratulations over it."" After the WarFollowing the war, Miller continued writing for Scribner's publishing The Hidden People (1920); In the Tiger's Lair (1921); The Black Phantom (1922); Adrift on the Amazon (1923); and The Jungle Pirates (1925). He settled in Stratford, Connecticut and took work as a chemical salesman (1930 US Census).Miller remained in contact with both Kermit and Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. on occasion in later years. Kermit, who travelled to South America with his father and Miller in 1913, kept in touch, first during Roosevelt's tenure in Buenos Aires in 1916 and later in the 30s when the two occasionally met for social functions. In the early 1930s Theodore, Jr., then Chairman of American Express, asked Miller if he could suggest ideas for a summer tour for his son Cornelius V.S. Roosevelt (1915 - 1991), cautioning that he had limited options due to financial constraints, admitting, ""The Roosevelt family never has been rich, and"" in the midst of the Great Depression, ""is poorer now than ordinarily."" The archive also includes several letters from Paul R. Cutright, a professor at Beaver College in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, and author of Theodore Roosevelt: Naturalist and Ourdoorsman. Cutright apparently interviewed Miller for his research around 1943. Cutright's book was not published until after Miller's death. Miller's 1955 note announcing a publisher elicited a response from Miller's widow, which was subsequently answered with a heartfelt letter of apology and condolence. "

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        Le cuisinier moderne ou les secrets de l'art culinaire. Menus - Haute Cuisine - Pâtisserie - Glaces - Office etc. Suivi d'un dictionnaire complet des termes techniques. Ouvrage complet illustré de 60 planches (330 dessins) Gravés par M. Blitz comprenant 5000 titres et 700 observations.

      Paris Garnier Frères 1887 - 2. Tome. 4°. XLIV(fx-tit., frontisp, tit.), 278 pp.; [3], 357 pp., 1 p.b., 60 planches h.t. Hmaroquin d. Zt. mit Rverg. EDITION ORIGINALE. Vicaire 386 - Bitting 176 - Maggs 553. L'un des plus important traités de cuisine de l'époque. Recherché pour ses planches impressionantes. Garlin, célèbre chef de Tonnerre fut d'abord l'élève de son père avant de se former lui-même dans les ambassades et divers maisons. Contemp. leather binding, gilt, raised bands. A sound copy (but foxed) of this important book. Scarce and sought-after for the 60 outstanding plates. Bitte beachten Sie: Wegen des hohen Gewichtes (5,100 kg) sind die Versandkosten so hoch!!! Francais; 5,001 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Journal. Mémoires de la vie littéraire. 1851-1895.

      Paris, Charpentier, 1887-1896.9 volumes in-12 (173 x 109 mm), demi-chagrin bleu nuit de l'époque, plats de percaline granitée, dos à 4 nerfs ornés, (quelques pâles rousseurs disparates).ÉDITION ORIGINALE.Exemplaire de la s

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        Les Masures de l'Ile-Barbe, nouvelle édition avec Supplément et Tables par M.C. Guigue.

      Lyon, Vitte et Perrussel, 1887-1895, trois volumes in-4 ; pleine basane marron flammée, dos à nerfs, titre doré, couvertures conservées (reliure ancienne) ; CLXXV pp. (dont 102 pp. de table), 9 ff. de titres et épître, (9) ff. (préface et liste des abbés), 687 pp. ; (8) ff. (titres et préface), 708 pp. ; XXXII pp., 636 pp. Tirage total à 372 exemplaires. Cette seconde édition, bien mieux imprimée que la première, augmentée d'un volume et enrichie d'une table très fouillée, est préférable à la première, elle concerne le département de l'Ain car on y trouve un grand nombre de références aux familles et aux fiefs de la Dombes, de la Bresse et du Bugey. Bel exemplaire.

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        Tellurico bacio e danza. La Terra a cui vien la gobba. Ragionamento sui terremoti? dedicato alla Reale e Nazionale Società ed Accademia di medicina Veterinaria? Torino, Tip. E Lit. Camilla e Bertolero, 1887

      Tip. E Lit. Camilla e Bertolero, 1887. 340x253 mm. 12 ll., printed only on recto. printed in white on black strong paper. Original printed and illustrated wrappers. On front wrap two colored figures, depicting the ?normal state ? and the ?pathological state? of Earth. The same images reproduced on title. A full-page lithographic illustration on l. 3, showing a destroyed building in Taggia (Ligury). Spine light frayed, and repaired; otherwise an excellent copy. The first, unique and rare edition of this curious work by the ingenious veterinary from Turin, written and published for charity, after the earthquake that had struck Ligury and Piedmont on February 1887. A literary divertissement rather a scientific discussion of the nature and causes of earthquakes.

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        The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

      London - John Murray, 1887 Book. Near Fine. Hardcover. The complete eight volumes of this new edition of Gibbon's most important work. Edited by William Smith, an English lexicographer. Uniformly bound in beautiful fine signedbindings by Relfe Brotherswith the gilt stamp of Malvern College to the front boards. Malvern College, Worcestershire,is a Public School first founded in 1865. All volumes are illustrated with the following illustrations:Portrait frontispiece of Gibbon to volume I and two plates of maps to the rear, the Eastern Part of the Roman Empire and the Western Part. Map of the Migrations of the Barbarians folding map frontispiece to volume II with two map plates to the rear. First map isof Propontis, Hellespont and Bosphorus. Second map is of Constantinople. To volumeIII there is a map of Western Asia, as a folding frontispiece. To volume IV the folding map frontispiece is of Europe in the fifth century. To volume V there is a folding frontispiece map of Italy and a folding map of the Eastern Empire divided into themes to the rear. To volume VI there is a folding frontispiece ofa Map of the Mahometan Empire and a map of Europe and Part of Asia and Africa at the Time of Charlemagne to the rear. To volume VIII there is a Map of the Crusades as a frontispiece with two folding maps to the rear of Ancient Rome and the Environs of Rome. Collated, complete. With a memoir by the author as well as a life of the author to the front of volume IThe History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire traces the trajectory of Western civilisation from the height of the Roman Empire to the fall of Byzantium. The workspans from98 to 1590 of the Roman Empire. Gibbon discusses thehistory of early Christianity, the Roman State Church as well as the history of europe. Due to Gibbon's objectivity andheavy use of primary sourceshis work was extremely popular. His methodsalso became a model for later historians. Edward Gibbon wrote many historical works, but is best known for this title. This isdue to its quality, the use of primary sources as well as the open criticism of organised religions. Condition: In uniform full calf school bindings from Malvern College, Worcestershire. Crest for Malvern School gilt stamped to front board. Relfe Brothers signed binding, with binder's stamp to the verso of front endpaper. Externally, all volumes are very smart with just some minor rubbing to the joints and extremities. A few small marks to boards, particularly to volumes V and VIII. Small crack to head of front joint to volume IV. Front hinge slightly strained but firm to volumes II and VII after frontispiece. Prior owner, H Coatley White's signature to recto of front free endpaper to all volumes. Internally, all volumes are firmly bound. Pages are very bright and clean throughout. Overall: NEAR FINE..

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        CODICE NECROLOGICO - LITURGICO del Monastero di S.Salvatore o S.Giulia in Brescia, trascritto ed illustrato da...

      Apollonio, 1887. in folio, pp. (4), 328, (2), leg. m. tela edit. Con 4 tavv. ripiegate raff. pagine del codice. E' il codice posseduto dalla Queriniana di Brescia con ottimo commento del Valentini. Ediz. di soli 50 esempl. Raro. Esempl. intonso e in barbe. [121]

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        The Blue Mountains New South Wales. Australia. [Travel poster].

      Melbourne: Produced by Northfield Studios Pty. Ltd & F.W. Niven Pty Ltd Melb Australia, [193?], 1887. Melbourne:: Produced by Northfield Studios Pty. Ltd & F.W. Niven Pty Ltd Melb Australia,. [193?].. Very good condition. An atmospheric view of the majestic Blue Mountains, by the celebrated Australian artist, James Northfield (1887 - 1973). Northfield was the subject of the 2006 volume by the National Library of Australia (Michelle Hetherington) titled 'James Northfield and the Art of Selling Australia'. Northfield's work is prized for its draftsmanship & design, and a distinctly Australian sense of color and light.A foreground of a dramatically red lit gum tree and rocks gives way to a vista of the pink and purple toned angular Blue Mountains, with a greenish sky. The logo of the Australian National Travel Association and further text listing their offices around the world on the lower right. 12 5/8 X 20 1/4". National Library of Australia Bib ID 1890331.

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        Autograph letter signed ("Rudolf"). Laxenburg near Vienna, 15. V. 1887.

      1887. 8vo. 2 pp. With one enclosure (s. b.). To the Austrian writer Joseph von Weilen, regarding a breakfast appointment and having read an article written by "the old bishop". - Together with a typed letter signed by Weilen's granddaughter Helene (1898-1987), dated Vienna, 20 Feb. 1966, providing information about the content of the Archduke's correspondence with her grandfather, which dealed to some extent with the edition of the "Kronprinzenwerk" ("Die österreichisch-ungarische Monarchie in Wort und Bild"), which was commissioned by Rudolf and covered each crown land in a separate volume, discussing geography, history, national economy, folklore, art, and transportation.

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        Costume designs for the stage. [Probably Paris], c. 1887.

      1887. 90 watercolour plates, mostly signed. Contemporary marbled half calf with title to richly giltstamped spine. Folio (284 x 320 mm). Charming ensemble of watercolour plates showing fine costume designs for Parisian history plays of the 1880s, many with the artist's notes on how the various costumes are to be executed. Includes 33 plates for Simone Arnaud's orientalist piece "Les Fils de Jahel"; 12 for "Much Ado About Nothing"; 12 for "Vercingétorix"; and another 33 plates for various history plays. - Binding rubbed and bumped at extremeties. Occasional cardboard chipping, but well-preserved altogether. Louis Vallet is known for his polished illustrations for "Charivari", "La Vie Parisienne", "Paris Illustré", etc.; the Musée Béziers has two of his watercolours. His work for the stage was hitherto undocumented. Cf. Thieme/Becker XXXIV, 82. AKLOnline s. v.

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        The Clipper of the Clouds

      This is the First British Edition of this classic Science Fiction work from Verne, features an attractive colour pictorial covers 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.

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        Le pair bimétallique (notes soumises à la Gold and Silver Commission).

      Paris, Guillaumin, 1887 ...1 petit volume in 8° (14x 20,5 cm), demi-reliure cuir marron, dos avec titres et fleurons dorés, plats marbrés (couleurs dominantes: jaune et noir), 85 pages sur papier épais, édition originale. L'auteur, Henri CERNUSCHI, d'origine italienne mais naturalisé français, est évidemment connu pour sa collection d'objets extrême- orientaux (à la base du Musée Cernushi à Paris), mais il joua un rôle politique important en diverses occasions au long de la seconde moitié du 19ème siècle: en Italie (où il est partisan actif de la réunification), en France, durant la Commune de Paris où il est Membre de la Commission des subsistances et, par la suite, fondateur de la Banque de Paris, qui fusionne en 1872 avec la Banque de Crédit et de Dépôt des Pays-Bas pour devenir la Banque de Paris et des Pays-Bas, la future Paribas. Il s'agit ici d'un ouvrage rare, consacré, on le devine, aux problèmes posés par les raports entre monnaies d'or et d'argent.Notre exemplaire est en excellent état.

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        Sur les talus

      - L. Vanier, Paris 1887, 15x23cm, relié. - Edizione stampato 51 copie numerate e siglati dall'autore su Whatman. Il legame con la carta bradel pieno, morbido indietro, come parte del Marocco nero, coperchi conservati, pastiche moderno legame firmato T. Boichot. Libro illustrato, frontespizio, una litografia originale di Paul Signac. Macchie sui piatti, alcuni punti. Rare. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale imprimée à 51 exemplaires numérotés et paraphés par l'auteur sur Whatman. Reliure à la bradel en plein papier, dos lisse, pièce de titre de maroquin noir, couvertures conservées, reliure pastiche moderne signée de T. Boichot. Ouvrage illustré, en frontispice, d'une lithographie originale de Paul Signac. Piqûres sur les plats, quelques rousseurs. Rare.

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      London. Chapman and Hall 1887 - THE COMPLETE NOVELS- bound in 14 volumes. Octavo 7x5 inches- HANDSOMELY LEATHER BOUND IN PERIOD TURQUOISE CALF, an unusual colour for a binding. Gilt spines in compartments. Marbled edges and endpapers. The Charles Dickens Edition with all the 20 novels but not The Life. Illustrated throughout. In good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dossier de plus de 330 feuillets manuscrits, rédigés par la Veuve d'Edouard Dentu, Léonie Faure Decamps : Catalogue des autographes de la Collection Dentu [ Numéros 768 à 1085 et 2537 à 3249 ]

      1887. 1 dossier sous cartonnier usé à dos de cuir marqué "Autographes" recueillant plus de 330 feuillets (de divers formats, le plus souvent format in-folio) rédigés au recto, s.d. [ circa 1887 ]. On relève les initiales V.E.D. (Veuve Edouard Dentu) au numéro 3031. Dossier préparatoire partiel du Catalogue de la "Collection Dentu". On notera l'impressionnant travail de rédaction de Louise Léonie Faure Decamps (dite Léonie Dentu), veuve du fameux libraire mais aussi grand collectionneur d'autographes Edouard Dentu (1830-1884). Le présent manuscrit comprend approximativement les numéros 768 à 1085, puis va des numéros 2537 au numéro 3249 (avec quelques trous et quelques compléments non indiqués) du Catalogue publié par Dentu sous la direction d'Etienne Charavay. La dernière partie correspond Au tome II, IIIe fascicule, IVe série : Littérateurs, Grands Ecrivains des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, Poètes et Auteurs Dramatiques ; la précédente à une partie du catalogue consacrée aux Souverains et Hommes d'Etat. La copie a été corrigée et réorganisée d'une main rapide, vraisemblablement celle de l'expert ou de l'un de ses collaborateurs. On relève sur de nombreux feuillets les noms des typographes, payés à la ligne. Prix du lot, non séparable. Français

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        Souvenirs de quarante ans

      - Nouvelle revue, Paris 1887, 15,5x24,5cm, 2 volumes reliés. - First Edition. Legatoria metà percaline siena, spine piatte decorate con un gioiello d'oro, le code d'oro in doppio reti, il dolore di ricambio come nocciola con tracce di dischi frizione carta marmorizzata, raccoglitori del tempo. Raro dedica autografa firmata dall'autore "al mio amico degno signor abate Sabatier". Una descrizione tag Shopping incollato alla testa di una guardia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliures en demi percaline terre de Sienne, dos lisses ornés d'un fleuron doré, doubles filets doré en queues, pièces de titre de chagrin noisette comportant des traces de frottements, plats de papier marbré, reliures de l'époque. Rare envoi autographe signé de Ferdinand de Lesseps " à mon respectable ami Mr l'abbé Sabatier". Une étiquette de description de libraire encollée en tête d'une garde.

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        L'Après-midi d'un faune

      Paris, Léon Vanier, 1887 25,5 x 16,7 cm, broché, couverture en simili parchemin imprimée en rouge et noir, 16 pp. Troisième édition de l'oeuvre maîtresse du poète, ornée comme la première mais ici réduites, des frontispice, ex-libris, fleuron, cul de-lampe réalisés par Edouard Manet pour l'édition originale parue en 1876 chez Alphonse Derenne. L'un des rares exemplaires de tête imprimés sur Japon vendus 5 fr. à l'émission (avant le tirage courant sur vergé de Hollande marqué 2 fr.). Bel exemplaire broché tel que paru. La couverture d'un plus grand format que les feuillets intérieurs est non rognée (petite déchirure marginale sans manque). .

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        L'Après-midi d'un Faune: Eglogue... Nouvelle édition avec frontispice, ex-libris, fleurons & cul de-lampe par Manet.

      Paris Léon Vanier 1887 Plaquette in-8°, vélin à petit recouvrement, dos lisse, titre en plein, tête dorée, couvertures conservées. (1) f., faux-titre, frontispice, titre, 16 pp. Un des rares exemplaires de tête sur Japon vendus 5 fr. à l'émission. Bel exemplaire. 3ème édition, ornée des gravures réalisées d'après les dessins d'Edouard Manet pour la 1ère édition de 1876.

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        Aventures prodigieuses de Tartarin de Tarascon.

      Paris, E. Dentu, 1887 ; in-8 ; bradel demi-maroquin à coins caramel, dos orné d'une composition doré d'une branche de lierre et deux fusils de chasse croisés, titre doré, tête dorée sur témoins, filet doré sur les plats, couverture illustrée imprimée en rouge et dos conservés, non rogné (Charles Meunier) ; (4), 282, (2) pp. Premier tirage des illustrations de Jeanniot dont 16 à pleine page incluses dans la pagination, gravées par Auguste Lepère, soit au total presque 200 dessins. Un des 25 exemplaires sur Japon signalés par Vicaire (III-39, 40) et Carteret (2e série, V-61 ; Clouzot, 81). deux minuscules taches au dos ; sinon, très bel exemplaire, dans une belle reliure signée ; édition très recherchée par les amateurs.

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      - Librairie Conquet, Paris 1887, In 8 (14,5x21,5cm), relié. - Prima edizione, illustrata con un ritratto e belle stampe di dieci Adrien Moreau (otto riquadro) incisa da A. Lamothe. 500 copie, numerate 160, 349 su un pezzo di carta Velin palude. Le prime 150 copie sono su Grand Velin o Giappone. Mezza marocco marrone lucido cuneo era firmato David. Torna con i nervi ben decorato data di coda. Copre arance conservati. Fine del libro è stato collegato prospetto incluso un'acquaforte e una pagina di testo. Sul occhietto e ritratto, foxing, copia perfettamente freschi in seguito. Carteret IV-178 "e quotata previsto per la pubblicazione". - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première édition, illustrée d'un portrait et de dix fines gravures de Adrien Moreau (dont huit hors-texte) gravées par A. Lamothe. Tirage à 500 exemplaires, numéroté 160, un des 349 sur petit papier Velin du marais. Les 150 premiers exemplaires sont sur Grand Velin ou Japon. Reliure en demi Maroquin brun d'époque glacé à coins signé David. Dos à nerfs joliment orné, date en queue. Couvertures oranges conservées. En fin d'ouvrage a été relié le prospectus comprenant une gravure et une page de texte. Sur le faux-titre et le portrait, rousseurs, exemplaire parfaitement frais par la suite.Carteret IV-178 "Publication estimée et cotée".

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      In 8 carré, couverture rempliée crème, impriméé et illustrée. 1 ff, 137, 5 pages, vingt gravures dont 12 planches hors-texte. Tirage à 400 exemplaires numérotés, celui-ci n ° 230 . Couverture très légèrement défraichie sinon très bon exemplaire. Frais de port gratuits en lettre prioritaire recommandé pour la France métropolitaine, la CEE et la Suisse, diminués d'autant pour l'étranger et l'Outre-Mer. Expédition dans un emballage soigné

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