Europe and the Rise of Capitalism.
London, Basil Blackwell, 1988. 8°. IV, 249 pages. Softcover. Excellent condition.
A History of European Banking. Text translated by Mark Steele.
Antwerp, Fonds Mercator Paribas, 1994. 25.5 cm x 33 cm. Frontispiece, 396 pages. Richly illustrated throughout. Hardcover [publisher’s original green cloth] with gilt lettering on spine and gilt design to front board. Beautifully illustrated dustjacket carrying the reprint of ‘The Calling of St. Matthew’ by Jan Sanders van Hemessen. Illustrated pastedowns and endpapers carry reprint of engraving ‘The battle between the money banks and the strongboxes’ by Pieter Bruegel the Elder. The dustjacket in protective collector’s Mylar. Excellent condition externally and internally. Discreet partial remnant of former vendor’s stcker on front free endpaper.
[Geographia Antiqua] Christophori Cellarii Smalcaldensis Geographia Antiqua – Recognita denuo & ad veterum novorumque scriptorum fidem, historicorum maxime, identidem castigata & Quinta Editione plurimis locis aucta & immutata. Huic demum sextæ Editioni Tot Chartas ex majori auctoris Geographia antiqua quot ad minorem hanc illustrandam requirebantur, Duplicemque Indicem, Quorum Priori vetera locorum nomina novis præponuntur, Posteriori nova veteribus, Addidit, totam recensuit, & Scholarum usui accommodavit, Samuel Patrick.
[Sixth Edition and the first illustrated version]. London, Sumptibus S. Ballard, J. Senex, G. Innys, J.Osborn & T. Longman, 1731. Octavo. VIII, 180 pages with 26 maps and one scientific illustration of a Globe [sphere]: Globi, Charta Geographicae et Sphaerae a Joannes Senex (Fol.2). Original Hardcover / 18th century full leather with the original spine-label. The Volume in protective Mylar. The binding starting at the spine but still firm and entirely in its original condition. Very good overall condition with only minor signs of wear. From the library of Daniel Conner (Connerville / Manch House), with his Exlibris / Bookplate to pastedown. With a manuscript – entry to the rear endpaper: “Dan [meaning Daniel Conner] began Astronomy April 19th 1812”.
Russland – Deutschland – Europa. Tagungsband zu Ehren von Prof. em. Dr. Karl Hahn.
Münster, Lit, 2004. 8°. IX, 287 Seiten. Softcover / Kartoniert. Extrem seltene, vergriffene Publikation ! Sehr guter, neuwertiger Zustand mit nur ganz minimalen Gebrauchsspuren. KEINE Anstreichungen. KEIN Mängelexemplar. [Europa 2000 ; Bd. 21].
Europäischer Film im Kontext der Romania. Geschichte und Innovation.
Wien/Zürich/Berlin/Münster, Lit, 2007. 8°. 313 Seiten. Illustriert. Softcover / Kartoniert. Sehr guter, neuwertiger Zustand (Eine Kante miminal geknickt). KEINE Anstreichungen. KEIN Besitzvermerk. KEIN Mängelexemplar. [FOLIES ; Bd. 5]
The Antient [Ancient] Chronicles of Sir John Froissart, of England, France, Spain, Portugal, Scotland, Brittany and Flanders, And The Adjoining Countries; Translated From the Original French, at The Command of King Henry The Eighth by John Bourchier, Lord Berners. With The Names of Places and Persons Carefully Corrected, And The Obsolete Words Modernized. With A Copious Index.
In Four Volumes [complete set]. London, For J.Davis, Military Chronicle Office, 1814 – 1816. Octavo (15,5 cm wide x 24 cm high). Pagination: Volume I: VIII, 693 pages / Volume II: 651 pages / Volume III: III, 663 pages / Volume IV: 615 pages. Hardcover / Original 19th century full-leather with gilt lettering and ornament to spine. Some of the original leather – spine detaching. The bindings firm and overall in very good condition with only minor signs of wear. Exlibris of E.H.Townsend [Edward Hume Townsend (1803 – 1880) and the manuscript-name in ink, of his daughter Henrietta Murray Townsend (died 1869) inside the cover of all four Volumes. Edward Townsend was educated in Clonakilty and later worked for the East India Company. There is plenty of information on the interesting life of Edward and his daughter Henrietta available within “The Townsend Family Records” [online].
The referendum Experience in Europe [including a newspaper-clipping: “Do Referenda have the vote of the people ?” by Theresa Reidy] Edited by Michael Gallagher and Pier Vincenzo Uleri.
Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1996. 23cm. IX,263 pages. Softcover. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. From the library of an irish university lecturer and council man.