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    • Note Bibliografiche: 4to (170 x 214 mm). (4), 65, 51 ff. Early 19th century half calf with marbled covers and fore-edge flap. Pink paper pastedowns. The seventh book printed by Ibrahim Müteferrika: a history of Egypt from antiquity to early modern times, prepared by the Turkish scholar Ahmed Süheylî (1562?-1632). The modern section (bound first, as usual) is in fact an Ottoman Turkish translation of the chronicle of the Ottoman-Mamluk war of 1516/17, "Fath Misr" (Tarikh as-sultan Selim al-Utmani ma'a as-sultan Qansuh al-Ghawri) by Ibn Zunbul (d. 1574/75). - Handwritten ownership of the French diplomat Louis Lag... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Diameter: 31 cms. A beautiful copper gilt tray in a rounded flat form, engraved with geometric designs in the Mamluk revival style, the Star of David and Hebrew and Arabic lettering. - Exceedingly well preserved. continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo (101 x 171 mm). (16), 286 pp., final blank leaf. Near-contemporary full red morocco binding, flat spine with gilt title and elaborate ornamentation, both covers bordered with triple rules, leading edges gilt, inner dentelle gilt. Marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. Extremely rare first French edition of the oriental tales known as "Kalila wa-Dimna" or "Anvari Suhaili", being the Persian version of the Fables of Bidpai (here comprising the prologue and the first four chapters). Translated by the great French linguist Gilbert Gaulmin (1585-1665) and his student and collaborator David Sahid... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 4to (165 x 125 mm). (6), 129 ff. Early 19th century half calf with floral moirée paper covers. Yellow paper pastedowns. The sixth book printed by Ibrahim Müteferrika: an important eyewitness account of the life of Tamerlane (Timur), the successful and barbaric 14th-century Turkish conqueror. Translated into in Ottoman Turkish by Nazemi Zadeh from the original Arabic manuscript completed in 1437/38 by the Syrian author Ahmad lbn 'Arabshah (1392-1450), secretary to Sultan Ahmad of Baghdad. - Binding a little rubbed at extremeties. Occasional browning, depending on paper stock, but mostly a ve... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Folio. (4), (8), (4), (4) SS. (jeweils incl. Titel, incl. 1 einlieg. "Prolog", davon zus. 5 SS. vacat). Zwei- und dreifärbiger Druck mit durchgehenden Zierrahmen, das frühere Programm mit gedr. Titelschmuckmotiv einer Laute, die drei späteren Programme mit aufwendiger Schmuckbordüre und Kopfillustration. "Jubelfeier zur Erinnerung an die Eröffnung des Concertsaales im Gewandhause zu Leipzig am 25. November 1781" (25. XI. 1881) und "Erstes / Zweites / Drittes Fest-Concert zur Einweihung des Neuen Gewandhauses zu Leipzig" (11. XII., 12. XII. und 13. XII. 1884). - Im ursprünglichen, ersten Gew... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 4to (175 x 202 mm). German manuscript in brown ink with red underlinings on paper by two hands. Title, 356, (16) pp., of which 162 written. The final 8 leaves with an index added later, probably mid-18th century. Contemporary vellum with ms. title to spine. A wide-ranging compilation of medicinal recipes and treatments for a great variety of ailments, certainly drawing on various medical and pharmacological texts, although only one specific reference is made, namely to Melchior Sebisch's 1580 translation of Charles Estienne's agricultural treatise "L'agriculture et maison rustique" (Paris 1... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Deutsche Handschrift auf Papier. 340 (recte: 328) num. SS. (SS. 150 bis 159 und 242/243 in der Paginierung übersprungen) mit 484 Rezepten und 32½ SS. Register. Halblederband der Zeit mit marmoriertem Deckelbezug und hs. Deckelschildchen. 4to. Äußerst reichhaltige handschriftliche Rezeptsammlung des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts mit fast 500 Rezepten für Vor-, Haupt- und Nachspeisen incl. Mehlspeisen, darunter Kipferl, Strudel, Torten. Eine bestimmte Systematik im Aufbau lässt sich aus dem Kochbuch nicht herauslesen, vielmehr dürfte die Verfasserin munter drauflosgekocht und -geschrieben haben, so... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo (157 x 105 mm). Decorated Latin and German manuscript on paper by two hands. (115) ff. (collation: 18 [of 10, i and x cancelled blanks], 27 [of 8, lacking ii], 37 [of 8, lacking ii], 46 [of 8, lacking ii and vi], 58 [of 10, lacking iii and x], 66 [of 8, lacking ii and vi], 76 [of 8, lacking ii and vi], 86 [of 8, lacking ii and vi], 96 [of 8, lacking ii and vi], 106 [of 8, lacking ii and vi], 116 [of 8, lacking iii and viii], 127 [of 8, lacking vi], 137 [of 8, lacking iv], 147 [of 8, lacking ii], 150-178, 186 [of 8, vii and viii cancelled blanks], with modern foliation in pencil (ff. 1-8... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: (37) SS. Originalleinenband mit illustriertem Schutzumschlag. 4to. Die eigenh. Widmung von Eugenio Carmi an Imma Oppelik, darunter die U. von Umberto Eco. continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 339 SS. Mit zahlreichen, teils farbigen Abbildungen auf Tafeln. Gelber Originalleinenband mit rotem Rückentitel und Deckelinitialen in bedr. Original-Umschlag. Gr.-8vo. Erste Auflage. - Vortitel mit ganzseitigem eigenh. Selbstportrait und Widmung: "dem lieben Adolf mit vielen Grüssen | Oskar Kokoschka | 16. 9. 71". - Innen wie außen tadellos erhalten; der Umschlag etwas lädiert. continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Vintage lithographed poster backed on linen. 1050 x 690 mm. A rare Air France poster, showing an illustration by Guy Georget. - In good condition. continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Folio (215 x 345 mm). 2 vols. (10), (10) pp. Contemporary papered spines. Rare documents of political persecution in Germany's "Vormärz" period: two addenda to the 1835 escapee list published by the German police, containing signalments of a total of 63 wanted men. For each they state the occupation, charge, date of flight, probable location, personal description, and the date they were first posted as wanted. Charges include participation in "subversive societies", the 1833 "charge of the Frankfurt guard house", membership in fraternities, and "offences against censorship". - The lists of ... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Zusammen 225 SS. auf 166 Bll. Verschiedene Formate. Mit zahlreichen Beilagen (Eintrittskarten, Prospekte, Zeitungsausschnitte u. dgl.). Ernst Thost, der Sohn des Malers Rudolf Thost und Vater des Schauspielers Bruno Thost, studierte u. a. bei Erich Wunderlich an der TH Hannover und promovierte 1928 über "Das Klima des nördlichen Württemberg" (Stuttgart, Fleischhauer & Spohn, 1930). Sein ganzes Berufsleben verbrachte Thost als Mitarbeiter der Schwäbischen Sternwarte in Stuttgart, die am 8. Januar 1922 nach einjähriger Bauzeit eingeweiht worden war, und trat 1964 in den Ruhestand. Der vorlieg... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 40 letters (of which 26 autographs signed; 2 MS. letters; 8 MS. letters signed; 3 MS. letters with autograph corrections or autograph additions and 1 MS. telegram) and 3 MS. documents (of which 1 with MS. inscription and autograph corrections and autograph notes). 4to. and (qu.-)8vo. altogether ca. 65 pp. on 55 ff. Enclosed 2 maps in folio (route map, ca. 430 x 530 mm; and geological map, ca. 385 x 510 mm) and 14 black-and-white photographs of in formats (94 x 119 to 138 x 180 mm). Mostly in French, occasionally English. With supplemental material (see description). The central element of t... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. 3½ pp. on bifolia. Two letters with autograph addresses. The earliest letter in the collection, dated 16 Mai 1828, was probably written in London to a Frederic le George. Perlet wishes the recipient a swift recovery from an ailment, reports that his son has a fever following a "change of season", and announces that he mailed theatre tickets to him, complaining that he could not send his French servant who still does not remember the way to the theatre although he showed it to him "twenty times". - On 14 November 1834, Perlet announced to a Parisian lawyer named Garot a payment of 4,000... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. Together 6 pp. Correspondence with Alfred de Beauchesne (1804-74), secretary at the Paris Conservatory. The collection includes two letters of introduction for young applicants for the declamation classes at the conservatory, a request for two tickets for a performance, and a letter wherein Talbot asks Beauchesne to pass on two letters, an unspecified response with the remark that "it is, however necessary to see" the actors Jules Boucher, Suzanne Reichenberg, and an unidentified third person. In the longest letter of the collection, Talbot asks Beauchesne to give him the names and add... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. Together 3 pp. on bifolia. The note by Alfred Nettement: 1 p. The most curious item in the collection is a letter from 12 July 1851 to the author and journalist Alfred Nettement, who forwarded it to a friend with a signed note of his own. Lemoine politely criticizes a dramatic proverb that Nettement had sent him on behalf of a friend, arguing that it was well written but "would lack effect" on stage. He encourages the author to pusue different subjects for plays and to seek success in the theatre, as he possesses rare qualities: "Je crois cependant qu l'auteur de ce petit ouvrage doit ... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. Together 2½ pp. on bifolia. One letter with autograph address and traces of seal. The letter from 23 February 1855 is addressed to a M. Désir at the Théâtre des Variétés, asking him for two tickets. - In the second letter, dated 23 November with no year, Paul Ernest asks a recipient named Eugène to contact a third person who had offered a job at the theatre to Ernest's cousin: "Je vous serais bien reconnaissant de vous informer auprès de Mr Lannau si la petite place de son contrôle est touours libre et si dans ce cas, il serait toujours possible disposé `la donner a Mr Weber un cousin ... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. Together 1¾ pp. on bifolia. With autograph addresses. A letter to a M. Laurent suggests that David played at the Comédie-Française for some time, as it is written on stationery of the theatre. In the letter, he asks Laurent to visit him the following day. - The second letter is addressed to the important director Anténor Joly (1799-1852) at the Théâtre Ventadour. David reminds Joly of his promise to "occupy himself with my return to the theatre" and remarks bitterly that "with a bit of kindness and goodwill and, above all, the oblivion of an old grudge" Joly could already have placed h... continua a leggere
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