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Chodowiecki, N. Daniel

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Item Description: 1780. Darst.Gr. 12,7 x 6,8 cm., Radierung, WvzNr. Bauer 0262, Engelmann 170., Zust. gut erhalten. B. 262, E. 170. Schöner kräftiger Abduck mit ca. 6 mm Rand an der rechten Seite, sonst 11 - 17 mm. [180]. Bookseller Inventory # G180

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Item Description: London, Harrison, 1780., 1780. VII, 179pp. With 4 engr. plates by Heath after Dodd. Later half calf with 2 labels, richly gilt. Printed in double columns. - Very good copy. Bookseller Inventory # 41189AB

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El Ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la: Cervantes (Miguel de):

Cervantes (Miguel de):

Published by Madrid Don Joaquin Ibarra (1780)

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Item Description: Madrid Don Joaquin Ibarra, 1780. Four volumes, 4to [text block 295 x 222mm], contemporary full tan calf, the boards unusually decorated with gilt roll about edges and panelled with same gilt roll, tree-calf within centre panel and speckled in frame without, the flat spines divided and panelled with gilt triple fillet, red lettering pieces, the compartments with gilt ferns, flowers and cornucopia, board edges and turn-ins gilt decorated, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, silk page markers. VOLUME 1: engraved half-title, double-page map, portrait of Cervantes and 6 plates, [iv], xiv, ccxxiv, 199pp. VOLUME 2: engraved half-title, 9 plates, [iv], 418pp. VOLUME 3: engraved half-title, 7 plates, [ii], xiv, 306pp. VOLUME 4: engraved half-title, 8 plates, [iv], 346pp. Extremities a little rubbed; some mostly light surface damage on leather but board exposed near upper hinge volume 1, near fore-edge on upper board and in one compartment on spine volume 3; Volume 2 water-stained from top to about middle of leaves from half-title to about pp104 and from about pp406 to end - quite marked until pp2, very faintly from pp25; Volume 3's upper margin faintly damp-stained from pp283 to end; small burn-hole pp 311 volume 4 affecting a couple of letters recto and verso; some very scattered occasional foxing of text and plates in all volumes. Save for the water staining to the first few leaves in volume 3 a good and still attractive set of the grandest edition of Don Quixote. Bookseller Inventory # 56505

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El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quijote de la: Don Miguel de

Don Miguel de Cervantes

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Item Description: Ibarra. Madrid, 1780. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Book Condition: Muy bien. Dust Jacket Condition: Muy bien. Edición Especial. Encuadernado por Don Antonio Sancha, en plena piel, hierros y dorados. Estado de conservación: Muy Bien. EL INGENIOSO HIDALGO | DON QUIXOTE | DE LA MANCHA | COMPUESTO POR MUIGUEL DE CERVANTES SAAVEDRA. | NUEVA EDICION | CORREGIDA | POR LA REAL ACADEMIA ESPAÑOLA. | CON SUPERIOR PERMISO: | EN MADRID | POR DON JOAQUIN IBARRA IMPRESOR DE CÁMARA DE S.M. | Y DE LA REAL ACADEMIA. | MDCCLXXX. 4 vols., 22,5 × 30,4, exquisita enc. plena piel de época con alguna enriquecedora restauración, charnelas de piel, ruedas en planos, hierros en lomo con nervios y tejuelos, cortes dorados.- Viñetas y culs de lampe firmados, capitulares; todo ello más los frontis y grabados diseñado por los maestros Arnal, Barranco, Brunete, Carnicero, Del Castillo, De la Cuesta, Ferro y Ximeno; y grabado por los maestros Ballester, Barcelón, Brandi, Brieva, Carmona, De la Cruz, Fabregat, Gil, Minguet, Moles, Muntaner, y Palomino.- sombras de óxido en algunas láminas, pero es un excelente ejemplar. Tomo I: Frontispicio + 2 h. [portada, licencia] + XIV [prólogo de la Academia] + 1 h. [retrato de cervantes] + ccxxiv [Vicente de los Ríos: Vida de Miguel de Cervantes Análisis del Quijote. Plan cronológico del Quijote. Pruebas y documentos que justifican la vida de Cervantes.- Preliminares. Tabla de los capítulos] + 200 p. [Primera Parte, cap. I-XXI. Variantes] + mapa plegado de Tomás López 44,5 × 29,3 «que comprende los parages por donde anduvo Don Quixote». Grabados fuera de texto en pp. 4, 22, 51, 58 y 116.- Tomo II: Frontispicio + 2 h. [portada, tabla] + 418 p. [Primera Parte, cap. XXII-LII. Variantes]. Grabados fuera de texto en p. 18, 94, 118, 208, 320, 330, 336 y 389.- Tomo III: Frontispicio + xiv h. [portada, preliminares segunda parte, tabla] + 306 p. [Segunda Parte, cap. I-XXXIII. Variantes]. Grabados fuera de texto en p. 58, 80, 119, 142, 194, 234, 273.- Tomo IV: Frontispicio + 2 h. [portada, tabla] + 346 p. [Segunda Parte, cap. XXXIV-LXXIV. Variantes]. Grabados fuera de texto en p. 53, 101, 137, 167, 229, 273, 328, 339. (Una de las joyas de la imprenta española. Primera edición académica). (Cervantina. Ibarra). Tiene inscripción a mano de fecha 1815 que dice: Esta obra en cuatro tomos es de Fray Angel de Santa Teresa, carmelita descalzo, que con licencia del Reverendísimo Padre Provincial Vicente de Santa María lo deja a este mismo convento de Tudela para después de sus días. Año de 1815. Nº de ref. de la librería 014006. Bookseller Inventory # 014006

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El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la: CERVANTES (Miguel de

CERVANTES (Miguel de Cervantès-Saavedra, dit)

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Item Description: Don Joaquin Ibarra, 1780. Couverture rigide. Book Condition: Très bon. 2 Parties en 4 volumes in-4 (310 x 240 mm), veau porphyre, dos à six nerfs orné d'un fer "à l'oiseau", pièces de titre et de tomaison de maroquin rouge, dentelle entourant les plats, roulette sur les coupes, tranches dorées (reliure d'époque). Premier tirage de cette célèbre édition, ornée de 36 figures, dont 4 frontispices et 1 portrait de l'auteur, par Joseph del Castillo, Antonio Carnicero, etc, gravés par Manuel Salvador y Carmona, Geronimo Gil, etc, ainsi que d'une Carte sur double page, 14 lettres ornées, 25 vignettes et 20 culs-de-lampe. Ex-libris P. Guy Pellion, et Jose Luis y Beatriz Plaza. Très bel exemplaire. (quelques rousseurs éparses, quelques piqûres sur les tranches). // 2 Parts bound in 4 quarto volumes (310 x 240 mm), porphyre calf, spine tooled raised on six bands, with a "bird tooling", red morocco labels, gilt dentelle border on covers, roll on turns-in, gilt edges (contemporary binding). First printing of this famous edition, illustrated with 36 plates, including 4 frontispieces and 1 portrait of the author, by Joseph del Castillo, Antonio Carnicero, etc, engraved by Manuel Salvador y Carmona, Geronimo Gil, etc, and with 1 Map on double page, 14 decorated letters, 25 vignettes and 20 culs-de-lampe. Ex-libris P. Guy Pellion, and Jose Luis y Beatriz Plaza. Very fine copy. (some scattered spots, some spots on edges). Bookseller Inventory # 002711

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El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la: Miguel de Cervantes

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

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Item Description: Joaquin Ibarra, Impresor de Cámara de S. M. y de la Real Academia, Madrid, 1780. Plena piel. Book Condition: Bien. 4 volúmenes en formato 4º mayor. . Encuadernación de época en plena piel, lomos dorados con tejuelos en rojo, greca dorada en planos. I: frontis, XIV-CCXXIV-199 p. retrato, mapa y 6 láminas, guarda con escrito; II: frontis, 2 h. 418 p. 9 láminas. III: frontis, XII-306 p. 7 láminas; IV: frontis, 2 h. 346 p. 9 láminas. Leve marca de engrudo en el margen interno de las láminas, . Magnífca edición y superior en belleza artística a todas las que hasta entonces se habían hecho en España y en el extranjero. Las láminas son dibujadas por A. Carnicero, J. del Castillo, J. Brunete, B. Barranco, P. Arnal, G. Gil y G. Ferro y grabadas en cobre por F. Selma, M. L. Carmona, P. Moles, J. Fabregat, J. Ballester, J. de la Cruz, F. Montaner y J. Barceló, es decir, los mejores artistas de la época. El retrato es copia del que regaló el Conde de Aguila a la Real Academia, y el mapa es obra de Tomás López. Para el texto sirvió de moderlo el de la edición que por entonces se tenía por primera, eso es, la segunda de Cuesta de 1605, cotejándola con otras y modificando algún pasaje. La Vida de Cervantes y el Análisis del Quijote son de Vicente de los Rios, trabajos documentados y que se dejan muy atrás lo que hasta entonces se había publicado sobre el mismo tema. El papel se fabricó en Cataluña, y se fundieron tipos nuevos. También se modificó el título y se subdividió la obra en dos partes, creyendo en todo interpretar el ideal de Cervantes. Bookseller Inventory # 019355

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CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, MIGUEL DE

Published by Por Joaquín Ibarra impresor de Cámara de S. M. Y de la Real Academia, EN MADRID (1780)

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Item Description: Por Joaquín Ibarra impresor de Cámara de S. M. Y de la Real Academia, EN MADRID, 1780. Folio.- 4 tomos.- Encuadernado en plena piel de época, ligeramente rozada, y debidamente restaurada. Lomera con doble tejuelo, filetes y florones dorados, planos con ruedas doradas, cortes dorados, sin duda del Taller de Antonio Sancha. I.- 1 lámina frontis grabada.- 2 hojas de Portada y Licencia de S. M.- XIV de Prólogo de la Academia.- 1 lámina grabada, retrato de Cervantes.- CCXIV páginas que comprenden: Vida de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, y análisis de Quijote (de autor anónimo, pe. Palau 52024 - Cotarelo y Mori - 346. Bookseller Inventory # 30753

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El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la: CERVANTES, Miguel de.

CERVANTES, Miguel de.

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Item Description: Madrid: Joaquín Ibarra, 1780, 1780. 4 volumes, quarto (294 × 216 mm). Contemporary mottled calf, smooth spines divided in compartments by decorative rolls in gilt, red morocco numbering- and lettering-pieces, compartments at head and tail richly gilt with massed wavy rolls, sides bordered in gilt with a flower-head and leaf spray roll, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. A little wear in places with slight loss of gilt border, the leather skilfully re-polished, small stain to fore-edge of first few leaves in vol. 3, small light water stain to upper margin of last two gatherings of vol. 4, else clean and fresh throughout, an excellent set. Engraved portrait, 4 extra engraved titles, 31 engraved plates by Antonio Carnicero, Joseph Castillo, Bernardo Barranco, Joseph Brunete, Gerónimo Gil, and Gregorio Ferro, engraved head- and tailpieces, ornamental initials, engraved map. First printing of the celebrated Ibarra edition. Printed for La Real Academia Española (the Spanish Royal Academy) by Joaquín Ibarra y Marín, this edition was intended to be a supreme example of Spanish craftsmanship lavished on the nation's greatest literary work. This edition excels in beauty of type, design, paper, illustration and printing, as well as incorporating a carefully edited and corrected text. The illustrations and ornaments were designed by the best Spanish artists of the day, the paper was milled expressly for this edition, and the type was specially cut. It contains the first map depicting the route taken by Don Quixote and Sancho Panza through Spain. Palau 52024. Bookseller Inventory # 75500

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INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QUIXOTE DE LA MANCHA.Nueva: Cervantes Saavedra Miguel

Cervantes Saavedra Miguel De

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Item Description: Madrid Don Joachin Ibarra 1780, 1780. 4 volumes. The First Ibarra Edition, the most revered and beautifully illustrated and printed pressing of the most treasured work in all of Spanish literature, a monument of Spanish typography. The edition chosen by the Fathers of Seville for presentation after the defeat of Napoleon by the English. The choice of this edition as a gift in thanks for rescuing Spain from Napoleon's onslaught is of the greatest importance and suggests the esteem in which the edition was held by the people of Spain. With an engraved portrait, engraved title pages in each volume, 31 fine engraved plates and 66 charming head- and tailpieces, and a large map with Quixote's peregrinations in the first volume. Large 4to, a splendid and very beautiful binding by the firm of Simier R. du Roi, binder to the king, in the finest dark purple goatskin, adorned in gold and blind decorations, the spines titled and numbered in gold and with very rich and beautiful gold decorations in compartments, rich gold dentelles and edges. Simier's "variety and and technique were superb; he had no superior and few rivals during his career" ( Ramsden's French Bookbinders 1789-1848 ). [iv], XIV, ccvviv, 199; [iv], 418; [ii], xiv, 306; [iv], 346. This is a superb example in the most wonderful state of preservation. A magnificent binding and the most beautiful Cervantes we have ever encountered. AN EXTRAORDINARY COPY OF THE FIRST IBARRA CERVANTES. PROFUSELY AND BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED THROUGHOUT WITH THE FINEST ENGRAVINGS. PERHAPS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND DESIRABLE SET AVAILABLE OF THE MAGNIFICENT IBARRA EDITION. The Ibarra Edition is "the finest edition of Don Quixote that has ever been printed" (D. B. Updike). Printed for the Royal Spanish Academy in Spanish-designed types, lavishly ornamented, and containing the Prologue of the Academy, the Life of Cervantes, and a Chronological Plan and Analysis of the book, this is not only the finest edition of Cervantes, but is also a monument of European fine printing. What results from the combination of edition and presentation is a remarkable historical artifact whose position in the annals of bibliophily is perhaps unequaled except by a handful of famous books. It boils down to this: the greatest imaginative work from the Spanish mind, in its most beautiful physical manifestation. Binder to the King, Simier's "variety and and technique were superb; he had no superior and few rivals during his career" ( Ramsden's French Bookbinders 1789-1848 ). This was the edition given to one of the most famous figures in military history, in gratitude for one of the most important military operations in European history. Bookseller Inventory # 25706

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El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la: Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de.

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Item Description: Madrid, Don Joaquín Ibarra for the Real Academia, 1780., 1780. 4to (295 x 220 mm). 4 vols. including additional engraved title-pages, portrait of the author, 31 engraved plates after various artists, and 1 double-page engraved map. Bound in contemporary mottled sheep, richly gilt with tooled borders and spines and with red morocco title labels. Sympathetically restored with later endpapers. With the bookplate of the executed Emperor of Mexico, Maximilian, on pastedown. Additional bookplate of Laurent Veydt (1800-77, Belgian Minister of Finance), as well as letter recording the presentation of the these volumes to Jules Malou (1810-86, Belgian Prime Minister) in 1876. A large copy of the most famous edition of "Don Quixote" ever produced, with a remarkable provenance. The "Ibarra" edition of 1780 was described by Palau as "magnificent, superior in artistic beauty to all others produced in Spain or abroad"; Richard Ford declares that "no grand library should be without it". Undoubtedly it was on these merits that Ibarra's edition was famously cast in Roman Polanski's 1999 thriller "The Ninth Gate": in the exposition of that film, Johnny Depp's character (an enterprising if vulture-minded rare book dealer) swindles an unwitting couple, heirs to a library to be dispersed, out of what in fact was their pièce de résistance - a set of Ibarra's "Quixote" which he claims is worth "no more than four thousand dollars". - The present copy was purchased (for an unknown sum in pesos) by Emperor Maximilian of Mexico during his brief reign (1864-67) as part of what he hoped would become the nucleus of a National Library; after his execution by firing squad his books were salvaged and sent by mule-back to Vera Cruz, in order to be sold at public auction in Leipzig. - Among the thousands of books amassed by Don Maximiliano, his copy of Don Quixote holds a special place. Younger brother of the Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I, Maximilian was sent to Mexico at the tender age of 32 in order to provide a figurehead for the French invasion of that country begun in 1861. Dashing and charismatic, Maximilian would ride into battle in full Mexican regalia, with a large white sombrero, the Order of the Mexican Eagle around his neck, and two revolvers and a sabre. The picture was completed by his frisky horse Orispelo and his very own 'Sancho Panza', his secretary Jose Luis Blasio, who rode a tame mule beside him. It is easy to see why modern historians often call the Viennese-born, self-proclaimed Emperor of Mexico a 'Quixotic' figure; even during Maximillian's lifetime one of his critics in French parliament, Jules Favre, mercilessly derided him as a 'veritable Don Quixote'. Such comparisons were undoubtedly justified; yet the romance of Maximilian's tragic misadventure in Mexico is only heightened by the physical evidence that he once owned a personal copy of Cervantes' great novel - in a spectacular and highly sought-after edition, no less. - The Ibarra edition was prepared at great expense over the course of seven years for the Real Academia, printed on deluxe paper in a specifically-designed typeface and illustrated by the foremost Spanish artists of the time. To this day it remains a monument of Spanish printing, and a fitting tribute to what many regard as the first modern novel in the Hispanic tradition. - The dispersal of Maximilian's library itself forms a fascinating chapter in the present volumes' history. Rebels under the command of Benito Juarez captured and shot the emperor on the 19th June 1867. Likely at the instigation of the Mexican bookseller José Maria Andrade, who had yet to be paid for Maximilian's purchases, the books were packed onto mules and dispatched to Vera Cruz, from whence they sailed for Europe. Their sale in 1869 was one of the greatest of the 19th century - and perhaps the greatest sale of Spanish Americana of all time. Hubert Howe Bancroft was a strong buyer of early Mexican imprints at the sale; and thus many of Maximilian's books are today found in the Bancroft Library at Berkele. Bookseller Inventory # 45326

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