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A GROUP OF EIGHT ANTIQUE FRENCH AND GERMAN CHILDRENS BOOKS

A GROUP OF EIGHT ANTIQUE FRENCH AND GERMAN CHILDRENS BOOKS, comprising:a) Text by Stephanie LOCKROY, illustrated by DONCKER. Les Fees de la famille, Paris: J. Hetzel, 1886. Original cloth binding, color-stamped and gilt-stamped, with an embed illustration. 126 pages. 8vo (195 x 142 mm). All edges gilt. Illustrated with numerous woodcuts, some full-page. Text in French.b) Text by Anne MOUANS, illustrated by BIGOT-VALENTIN. Frisonne l`engourdie, Paris: J. Hetzel, 1897. Original cloth binding, color-stamped and gilt-stamped, with an embed illustration. 139 pages. 8vo (195 x 142 mm). All edges gilt. Numerous illustrations, some full-page. Most of the illustrations colored by hand. Text in French.c) Text by R. De BEAULIEU, illustrated by V. POIRSON. Memoires d`un passereau, Paris: J. Hetzel, 1890s. Original cloth binding, color-stamped and gilt-stamped, with an embed illustration. 113 pages. 8vo (195 x 142 mm). All edges gilt. Numerous illustrations, some full-page. Text in French.d) Text by J. MALASSEZ, illustrated by MOULIGNIE. Journees de deux Petits Parisiens (Jacque et Juliette), Paris: Armand Colin, 1895. Original cloth binding, color-stamped and gilt-stamped. 282 pages. 12mo (183 x 120 mm). All edges gilt. Illustrated with 55 vignettes. Text in French.e) Text by Pauline KERGOMARD, illustrated by Alcide ROBAUDI et al. Cinquante images expliquees, Paris: Hachette et cie, 1897. Second edition. Original cloth binding. 306 pages. 12mo (180 x 123 mm). Illustrated throughout. Text in French.f) Text by Bernhardine SCHULZE-SCHMIDT, illustrated by Richard GUTSCHMIDT. Lissy, Stuttgart: Die Kranzchen-Bibliothek, Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, 1890. Third edition. Original cloth binding, color-stamped and gilt-stamped, with an embed illustration. 325 pages. 12mo (175 x 118 mm). All edges stained. Illustrated with vignettes throughout. Text in German.g) Text by Bernhardine SCHULZE-SCHMIDT, illustrated by Richard MAHN. Schattenblumchen, Stuttgart: Die Kranzchen-Bibliothek, Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, 1890. Third edition. Original cloth binding, color-stamped and gilt-stamped, with an embed illustration. 303 pages. 12mo (175 x 118 mm). All edges stained. Illustrated with vignettes throughout. Text in German.h) Text by Franz TRELLER, illustrated by Albert RICHTER et al. Verwehte Spuren, Stuttgart: Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, 1890. Second edition. Original cloth binding, blind-stamped, color-stamped and gilt-stamped. 488 pages. 8vo (215 x 158 mm). All edges marbled. Illustrated with 16 color plates. Text in German.

  • USAUSA
  • 2016-09-17

Old illustrated childrens' books, 4 vol.

OLD ILLUSTRATED CHILDRENS' BOOKS (4). The Seven Swabians. London, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, no year (c. 1880). 4to.272 x 231 mm. (8) pp. 4 colour plates. In slightly worn printed cover, colour illustrations on cover insides. Printed in Frankfurt am Main by E. G. May & Sons. Half-erased presentation on front cover, ending with the year 1883. (HOFFMANN, HEINRICH). The Funny Picture Book or 25 Funny little lessons. A Free Translation from the German of "Der kleine A-B-C-Schütz". Frankfurt am Main, Literarische Anstalt Rütten & Loening, no year (1874). Oblong 4to. 200 x 265 mm. (26) leaves. Colour illustrations. Publisher's printed paper boards. Spine missing, front board loose, front fly leaf torn. Otherwise a clean copy. Blue Beard. With Five Set Scenes and Nine Trick Changes. London, no year (1880). 4to. 247 x 189 mm. 9 pp. (front cover inside inclusive). Large double-page colour plate with 12 smaller illustrations to browse along with the story. Sewn as issued. Spine worn, a few minor stains. Partly removed bookseller's label on front cover. (Dean & Son's Pantomime Toy Books.) [Anonymous French, no title, place or year, c. 1865?). 4to. 270 x 220 mm. 20 pp. Illustrations in colour. Plain clothspine. Presentation on front fly leaf: "Mary [illegible] from mama 1872 finished trqanslating April 4th 1873". In French. About Aline, who gets her mum to buy her a doll from Giroux, and which has a series of adventures. 4 volumes in all.

  • SWESchweden
  • 2017-12-05
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Four German Children's Tales, Fairy Tales & Folk

Four German Children's Stories, Fairy Tales and Folk Tales. 1) Sagan, Marchen un Gebrauch aus Tirol (Legends and Tales from Tyrol) by Ignaz Vincenz Zingerle. Published by Innsbruck: Verlag der Wagner'schen Buchhandlung, 1859. 1st Edition. Original cloth cover, large paper lettering label pasted down on front cover. Still firmly attached at spine. There is an apparent water-stain at lower inner portion of leave but does not affect the quality of paper or the readability of text. Inside pages still firmly attached to the spine. 5-3/4" x 8-1/4".2) Mutter-Büchlein: Ammen und Kinderreime, Liedchen, Spiele, Marchen und Geschichten by JD Georgens (Mother Booklet: Nurseries and Nursery Rhymes, Songs, Games, Fairy Tales and Stories.) Published by Otto Spamer, Leipzig. Appears to be the 1883 edition, but no date on title page. Hard cover with picture on front and back cover. Cover starting to separate from spine on inside. Text still attached to spine but starting to become loose at bottom. 5-3/4" x 8-1/4". 3) Bubenstreiche und Schelmereien Text by M. Abe (Boyish Pranks and Roguishness). With numerous illustrations by Lothar Meggendorfer and others. Published by Publisher: Reutlingen Enßlin & Laiblin. Cream colored hard cover, discolored with some spotting and wear on corners. Inside pages browned along edges; page 65 has a 3-inch tear from top; starting to become loose from spine, but otherwise very readable. Many illustrations throughout text. 6" x 8-1/2. 4) Japanische Märchen. Gesammelt und der Kinderwelt erzählt (Japanese Fairy Tales) by , Caroline Wilhelmine Emma Brauns. Published by Glogau, Flemming, 1889. Tan & olive-green front hardcover with title of book and picture of serpent on cover. Spine, edge and back cover maroon. Cover still firmly attached to spine. Inside pages browned along edges but readable; pages 1-8 have a 4-1/4" tear from middle to edge of page. Five full-page colored plates still inside book. 5-1/2" x 7-3/4". Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. We ship most items in-house with the exception of furniture, large or heavy artwork, heavier items or extremely fragile items.

  • USAUSA
  • 2018-09-27

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Children's book. die fromme zwillinge. newmarket va: henkel, 1807

Die fromme Zwillinge: eine Geschichte von zween Christen=knaben, die von einem Juden in die Türken verkauft wurden, und wunderbarlich mit ihrem Vater vom Tode erretter. Newmarket, Virginia: Ambrosius Henkel, 1807 12mo (5 x 3 1/8 in.; 128 x 80 mm). 8 woodcut text illustrations; somewhat browned and soiled, dampstains in first and last few leaves. Original printed wrappers with two further woodcut illustrations of which one is partly hand-colored; a few chips and spots. An extraordinary survival of this early children's book published in German in Newmarket Virginia, the first in a series "Virginia German Children's Books". Newmarket was settled by Germans in 1727 and over twenty percent of the population is still of German ancestry. Published in English translation later in 1816, the title gives a flavor of the work: "An Entertaining History of Two Pious Twin Children, Who were stolen from the Christian Parents by a Jew, and Sold to the Turks as Slaves: and with their Father, were marvelously saved from death." Like most children's literature of this period, it is replete with moral teachings and uses the commonplace nineteenth-century stereotype of the "villainous Jew." Of particular interest and charm are the woodcut illustrations showing the children's travels through towns, on horseback, and in a wheelbarrow. Solomon and Ambrose Henkel, great grandsons of John Justus Henckel, established the Henkel Press in 1806 at New Market, Virginia. They published, among other items, church minutes and pamphlets, small graded school books, and hymnals. In 1807, Ambrose Henkel began the publication of the first German newspaper in the South, Virginische Volksberichter. Henkel family papers, correspondence, and items printed by their press have been preserved in the rare books and manuscripts collections at the College of William and Mary, the University of Virginia, Duke University, and James Madison University.

  • USAUSA
  • 2007-12-11

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