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Jäger, Der Tourist - Organ für Natur- und Alpenfreunde.

Jäger, Gustav (Herausgeber) / Rabl, Josef / Matzak, Franz Johann.

Der Tourist – Organ für Natur- und Alpenfreunde.

9 Baende. Wien, Verlag des Redakteurs Carl Finsterbeck, 1869 – 1877. 14.5 cm x 21.5 cm. Siehe Paginierung im englischen Teil der Beschreibung / Mit der farbigen Lithographie “Der Sonnblick” im Maltathal in Band 1 (1869) und ausserdem in Band 1 die Lithographie: “Glokner [sic] – Front gegen Sued-West” (Glockner) eingebunden vor Seite 190. Vorhanden in Band 2 ist ausserdem die seltene und oft fehlende Lithographie “Der Blaue Tumpf im Maltathale (Kaernten)”. Die Reihe enthaelt ausserdem in Band 5 (Jahrgang 1873) das wunderbare, grossformatige Falt-Panorama vom “Hochwechsel” und eine darauffolgende Faltkarte./ Vol.I (1869), 768 pages with both Lithographs / Vol.II (1870), 696 pages with the Lithograph / Vol.III (1871), 726 pages with bookplate: “The Property of the Climbers’ Club” / Vol.IV (1872), 552 pages mit Faltkarte des Kanalthales / Vol.V (1873), 436 pages . Mit einer Karte des Wechsel-Gebietes und einem Panorama vom Hochwechsel / Vol.VI (1874), 442 pages plus No.1 – 24 (kompletter Jahrgang 1874) of “Das Alpenhorn” als Beilage des Tourist mit eingebunden / Vol.VII (1875), 412 pages plus No.1-18 plus No.21 of “Das Alpenhorn” for the year 1875 – [This Volume also includes the announcement of the editors Gustav Jaeger’s death] / Vol.VIII (1876): 2 volumes in 1: Volume 1 counts 228 pages plus 52 pages “Das Alpenhorn” and Volume 2 counts 244 pages plus 54 pages “Das Alpenhorn” [VIII.Jahrgang for 1876] / Vol.IX (1877) – Redigiert von J.Karl Beer in zwei Baenden. Volume 1: 204 pages / Volume 2: 236 pages plus 48 pages “Bei Nebel und Regen” – Blaetter belletristischen Inhaltes mit Beruecksichtigung der engeren Heimatskunde mit Original-Beitraegen. Redigiert von Franz Johann Matzak // Originale Halbleinenbaende des 19.Jahrhunderts mit Rueckenvergoldung. / Hardcover. Contemporary cloth with gilt lettering on spine / [2 with marbled boards, the remainder with dark cloth boards]. 3 volumes with navy cloth boards. Zehn Baende in Gross-Quart, die anderen in Oktav-Format. Sehr guter Zustand dieser seltenen, korrespondierenden Reihe mit nur wenigen Gebrauchsspuren an den Bindungen. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Some minor abrasions to cloth for volumes 1872 and 1875. Baende fuer die Jahre 1872 und 1875 mit kleinen Einrissen am Ruecken. Periodikum aus der Bibliothek von Wilhelm Gustav Rickmer Rickmers, mit seinem Exlibris in nahezu allen Baenden / Minor rubbing only to head and heel of spines and board corners. Interiors clean and bright for the most part. Slight tanning throughout. Former copies from the library of Wilhelm Gustav Rickmer Rickmers, with his large, beautiful and artistic bookplate “Bibliotheka Rickmersiana” [designed and monogrammed by Otto Barth] in most of the Volumes. Also Bookplate of Bibliothek Central-Ausschuss Deutscher und Österreichischer Alpenverein. Library stamp on front endpaper / The collection subsequently was part of the library of the Alpine Club in London.

EUR 980,-- 

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Richardson, Song and Speech.

Richardson, Josiah (Editor) / [J.F. Lloyd – Photographer – Carmarthen / J.C.Portnell – Carmarthen].

Song and Speech. [Unique collection of the short-lived “Song and Speech” – Magazine, edited by Josiah Richardson in 1891 and accompanied by an autograph / manuscript letter-signed by Richardson].

Two Volumes in One (14 Issues in Total). Strand / London, “Song and Speech”, 1891-1892. 18 cm x 24 cm. Volume 1: No.1-12, 192 pages / Followed by parts of Volume 2: No.13 – No.1: 16 pages, No.13 – No.2: 16 pages. With numerous black-and-white illustrations and photographs throughout. [The pagination of this periodical changed from original 16 pages per number at the beginning of Volume I, to 8 pages towards the end of the first Volume. With the start of Volume II , in 1892, the periodical changed again to 8 pages per issue and also changed its numbering. We were not able to verify if this magazine was published beyond the May – Issue of 1892]. Hardcover / Private, decoratived half-leather with gilt lettering and ornament on spine. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. With the very interesting provenance of two Welsh men of Carmarthen: Victorian photographer J.F.Lloyd and J.C.Portnell. Bound by: ‘The “Welshman” Newspaper and Steam Printing Co. Lt., Bookbinders, Machine Rulers, & c., Carmarthen’ – with their bookbindery-label on pastedown. Includes manuscript-draft of a speech on endpaper titled ‘John Jones Chairman’, written by photographer J.F.Lloyd, Carmarthen. The calligraphed titlepage of this privately bound compilation shows the watermark ‘Annandale Polton’, of ‘Annandale and Polton Paper Mill Company’, which operated from 1825 until after the Second World War. Contains hand-written note on Page 1, dated January 29, 1896, signed by Editor Josiah Richardson’. This note also contains the blindstamped address of Josiah Richardson at ‘Gordon House, Wandsworth Common, S.W.’. In this note, Richardson telles the recipient that “I hope soon to go on with the publication of my Journal & should then be pleased to number you among my subscribers – Faithfully your Josiah Richardson”. The date of this note leads to the assumption that by 1896, the magazine had already ceased to exist and Richardson answers to one of his fans by expressing his hope to go on. The Volume also includes a manuscript – Index to the rear of the Volume. A very rare and uncommmon compilation of this early Magazine, with very interesting articles from “Pronounciation in Singing” to “Alteration of Music by Singers” to “Vocal Physiology” (Breathing / Principle of Breathing etc.), to “Stammering” etc.

EUR 1.800,-- 

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Svenska Turistföreningen, Turistföreningens Årsskrift.

Svenska Turistföreningen / [ edited by Boheman, Mauritz / Melander, Richard / Berg, Gustaf Ruben Gustafsson / Boheman, Ezaline / Fries, Carl].

Svenska Turistföreningens Årsskrift. [Nature perception and tourist life / Tourism and its Influence on Environment and many other topics on Ecology, Nature, Climate and Environmental Impacts in Sweden].

43 volumes. Stockholm, Wahlström & Widstrand, 1889, 1891-2, 1893-1914, 1916-1923, 1929-1940. 14.5 cm x 21.5 cm. Circa 17,500 pages. (1889) 256 pages; (1891-2) 403 pages; (1893) 304 pages; (1894-5) 169 pages;(1894) 387 pages; (1895) 474 pages; (1896) 309 pages; (1897) 368 pages; (1898) 444 pages; (1899) 443 pages; (1900) 422 pages; (1901) 461 pages; (1902) 447 pages; (1903) 447 pages; (1904) 463 pages; (1905) 439 pages; (1906) 402 pages; (1907) 446 pages; (1908) 438 pages; (1909) 493 pages; (1910) 462 pages; (1911) 415 pages; (1912) 407 pages; (1913) 404 pages; (1914) 441 pages; (1916) 450 pages; (1917) 382 pages; (1918) 381 pages; (1919) 341 pages; (1920-21) 783 pages; (1922) 397 pages; (1923) 398 pages; (1929) 354 pages; (1930) 366 pages; (1931) 366 pages; (1932) 376 pages; (1933) 387 pages; (1934) 407 pages; (1935) 438 pages; (1936) 395 pages; (1938) 399 pages; (1939) 383 pages; (1940) 395 pages. Numerous monochrome photographs throughout. 32 volumes in original Hardcover [Excellent, contemporary library Buckram with gilt lettering on spine]. Gilt embossment of Alpine Club Insignia on spine / Also: 12 of the volumes are original Softcovers with decoratively illustrated wrappers. Gilt top edge to the Volume covering the year 1900. Very good condition generally with only minor signs of external wear. Hardcovers- Externally, very smart with occasional very minor rubbing to the head and tail. Text block with dust-toned edges. Interior crisp and sharp cornered for the most part. Occasional foxing and some tanning throughout. Interiors unmarked. Volume for 1894-5 shows significant darkening to interior. Volumes for 1907 and 1917 show damp staining and damage to interior. Softcovers – Externally, very smart with occasional very minor rubbing to the head and tail and to corners. Interiors clean and bright. 1929 Volume, open tear to top corner of front board. Volumes for 1935 and 1937 show slight tears to spine but binding still firm and strong. Volume for1937 has detached front board and loose leaves near front. Former library copies – volumes carry subtle stamp of the Alpine Club on the preliminary pages.

EUR 4.800,-- 

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