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The Twenty-Four Books of the Holy Scriptures: Leeser, Isaac
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Item Description: The Bloch Publishing and Printing Company for the Rev. Abraham DeSola, Cincinnati, 1880. Hardcover. Book Condition: g. Third edition. Small folio. VII, [1], 1011, [5]pp. Full dark brown-stamped morocco with gold lettering on spine and front cover. Dentelles. All edges gilt. Silk textured endpapers. Engraved half title. Frontispiece portrait of Moses protected with a tissue guard. This work marks a major milestone in scripture translation as it is the first complete translation of the Bible by a Jew. Indeed, in the early 19th century, most American Jews couldn't read the Bible because they were not literate in Hebrew and an adequate English translation didn't exist. Isaac Leeser's "The Twenty-Four Books of the Holy Scriptures," first published in 1854, attempted to fill this need. Soon after its publication, this work became the standard for American Jews not conversant in Hebrew as well as an important contribution to Jewish American culture. Leeser spent 17 years on this landmark translation, relying almost exclusively on Jewish scholarship. This rare third edition is a large-size illustrated version that was sold door-to-door. It contains 9 tissue-guarded steel engravings from celebrated paintings, including: Philippe de Champagne's "Moses Presenting the Tablets of the Law" (Frontispiece); J. Clark's "Hagar and Ishmael"; Dobson's "Happy Days of Job" and 13 photomechanical reproductions of illustrations by Gustave Doré. Includes four blank leaves for the recording the rite of holy matrimony, marriages, births, and deaths at rear. Some age wear on binding with edges rubbed and front cover stained. Front board starting. Back board darkened and slightly scratched. Offsetting along edges of endpapers. Binding in overall fair, interior in good+ to very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 34197

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Published by George V. Jones, No. 123 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. (1882)

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Item Description: George V. Jones, No. 123 Pearl St., Boston, Mass., 1882. Hardcover. Large thick quarto. Various paginations. Containing the Old and New Testaments (with both versions of the New Testament); the Apocrypha; a complete Concordance; 100,000 marginal references, etc. Illustrated with color lithographic plates and maps, steel-engraved and wood-engraved plates, and wood-engraved illustrations throughout the text. Bound in at the back are two double-sided color lithographic cardboard sleeves with mounting slots to accommodate 16 family portraits. A rare and beautifully preserved pictorial family bible bound in elaborate gilt-decorated paneled morocco with metal clasps.A bright, fine copy housed in the publisher's very good original cardboard box with a printed paper label. A binder's ticket on the back pastedown further identifies this edition as having been both published and bound by: "Geo. V. Jones & Co., booksellers and bookbinders" in Boston. The binding is signed with a small copyright date in gold ("copyrighted 1881"), and an advertisement printed on the verso of a leaf at the front makes it known that the Bible won the highest prize at an International Exposition in December, 1881: ". the designs and workmanship being of the very best." Laid-in is an eight-page publisher's catalog: "Announcement for 1883," so we think it safe to attribute a date of 1882 to this volume. The Bible is also remarkable for its many fine engraved and lithographic plates printed in multiple colors. All are bright, pristine impressions of high artistic accomplishment, printed on high quality thick paper sheets, with pristine tissue guards. The steel engravings are printed on uncoated sheets, and the wood-engraved plates are printed on lightly coated sheets.The volume is accompanied by an equally fine brass lectern featuring open arabesque metal work on its four rectangular sides, the Last Supper depicted in relief on the front, and an adjustable top piece pierced with an open leaf pattern surrounding the IHS monogram. A brass plate on the back is engraved: "Darovala M.V.B.B., A.D. 1925." *OCLC* locates only one copy of this Bible at the American Antiquarian Society, which they acquired from the Mark Craig Collection of signed Bookbindings. Bookseller Inventory # 393633

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AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE: 1876: HOLY BIBLE: FIRST COMPLETE TRANSLATION BY A WOMAN]. SMITH, Julia E.

Published by American Publishing Company,, Hartford, Conn.: (1876)

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Item Description: American Publishing Company,, Hartford, Conn.:, 1876. [AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE: 1876: HOLY BIBLE: FIRST COMPLETE TRANSLATION BY A WOMAN]. SMITH, Julia E. THE HOLY BIBLE: Containing the Old and New Testaments; Translated Literally from the Original Tongues [and with a Preface] (by Julia E. Smith). [Elizabeth Cady Stanton, in 'The Woman's Bible,' notes-- "There are two styles of binding, cloth and sheepskin" (p. 151)]. Large octavo, full brown sheepskin, embossed on spine and both covers, spine stamped in gilt: "HOLY BIBLE / Translated by Julia E. Smith," pp. 892; 276.Julia E. Smith, in her preface, begins: "It may seem presumptuous for an ordinary woman with no particular advantages of education to translate and publish alone, the most wonderful book that has ever appeared in the world, and thought to be the most difficult to translate. I had studied Latin and Greek at school, and began by translating the Greek New Testament, and then the Septuagint. I soon gave my attention to the Hebrew, and studied it thoroughly, and wrote it out word for word, giving no ideas of my own, but endeavoring to put the same English word for the same Hebrew or Greek word, everywhere. It took me about seven years to accomplish the five translations, at least. I think never has the sense of the Original Tongue been altered." Julia Evelina Smith (1792-1886) and her sister Abby Hadassah Smith (1797-1878) were noted Connecticut suffragists, abolitionists, and tax protesters. They were two of five spinster sisters born to Zephaniah Hollister Smith. "Julia Smith. hoping to aid the suffrage cause by demonstrating that a mere woman had accomplished . she published at her own expense a translation of the Bible she had completed." [see 'Notable American Women,' III, p. 302-304; cf. Stanton, 'The Woman's Bible,' p. 151]. Inscribed by translator Julia E. Smith to the "Woman Suffrage Club of South Newbury, Ohio," on the front flyleaf: "To the Woman Suffrage Club of South Newbury Ohio, Presented by Julia E. Smith of Glastonbury, Connecticut." A later ink inscription is present on front flyleaf, stating: "Mrs. Allen presented this Bible to Mrs. L. A. Redfield the evening before the family left South Newbury.". Also present is an autograph letter from Irma Redfield McIntyre (dated 1943), stating, in part: "The handwriting under the presentation inscription, is that of my sister, Winifred Redfield Johnson. The book was evidently given to my mother, Mrs. L. A. Redfield, by Mrs. D. M. Allen, who was the leader of the suffrage movement at South Newbury. [signed] Irma Redfield McIntyre" (tipped onto verso of front flyleaf). A scarce book in the marketplace, reportedly published in an edition of only 1000 copies. Inscribed by Julia E. Smith. Only two copies have appeared at auction since 1975 (per ABPC). Front cover detached, but present, spine is worn and quite chipped, rear hinge started, first few leaves detached (but present), text otherwise generally fresh and clean (complete and sound). Elizabeth Cady Stanton, in 'The Woman's Bible,' notes: "They will be a rarity in the next century and will be much sought after by bibliomaniacs, to say of nothing of scholars who will want it for its real value.". First edition thus; first complete translation of the Bible into English by a woman; variant issue binding, bound in full sheepskin [also issued in cloth]. Bookseller Inventory # 67149

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Item Description: Petersburg, 1889. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. n/a. Lopuhin A.P. Biblejskaya istoriya pri svete novejshih issledovanij i otkrytij. Illjustrirovannoe izdanie. V treh tomah, 1889, Petersburg. The following description is in Russian (transliterated), followed by an automated English translation. We apologize for inaccuracies in the computer-generated English translation. Please feel free to contact us for an accurate human English translation, which we will be happy to prepare upon request. Volume 1-2: Old Testament, in two volumes; Volume 3: New Testament; Volume 1-2: Old Testament, in two volumes; Volume 3: New Testament ? Petersburg.: Edition bookseller I.L. Tuzova 1889, 1890, 1895. XXXII, 1000 + XXXVII, 1040 + XXXII, 1184 pp., 1 l. Maps Circular gold edge. Polukozhannye bindings 1970-x years. with corners, bandages and gold lettering the spine, large format; Illustrated edition, containing more 600 politipazhah, images with ancient monuments, landscapes and paintings Oriental life. C drawings Gustav Dore. K third to attached color map Palestine. numerous illustrations in text. full completeness, without stamps. / / / One of most significant attempts historical reconstruction events, described in biblical texts. Pretty most part pages Bible to description various historical events. Part of these events the-still retains legendary status, however should noted, that many historical information, set Bible, were successfully confirmed archaeological findings and other results scientific research. Grand the his scope and podobrannomu material course biblical history A. P. Lopuchin founded the huge mass facts ancient history of, the scientific analysis and understanding biblical texts. Until Lopuchin biblical history izlagalas in Russian theological writings as history religion the Bible. Lopuhin undertook in the book attempt look the biblical history as the history society of all its manifestations: in religious, moral, socio-economic and political. Lopuhin in his work sought show «historical value set in Bible facts», t. e. that, that stories Bible have under is real historical basis, and not are total only nekimi blagochestivymi myths. Edition contains more 600 politipazhah, images with ancient monuments, landscapes and paintings Oriental life; , 1890, 1895. XXXII, 1000 + XXXVII, 1040 + XXXII, 1184 pp., 1 l. Maps Circular gold edge. Polukozhannye bindings 1970-x years. with corners, bandages and gold lettering the spine, large format. We ship to worldwide destinations from worldwide origination points, including our overseas facilities. Shipping and handling charges are based on the actual weight. Buyers are advised to request a postage cost estimate before placing an order. Most orders are delivered by international mail within 30 days. For expedited shipping please contact us before placing your order. SKU3363079139SK10. Language: n/a. Bookseller Inventory # 3363079139SK10

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Smith, Julia E.

Published by American Publishing Company, E-52 (1876)

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Item Description: American Publishing Company, E-52, 1876. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good+. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Large 8vo. American Publishing Company. 1876. First Edition/First Printing. Signed and inscribed by both Julia Smith and her sister Abby Smith on the FFEP. One of reportedly 1000 copies printed. Bound in brown blindstamped cloth boards with gilt titles present. Boards have shelf-wear present to the extremities (chip present to the crown & heel of the spine). Ex-Lib item with typical marks (call numbers on spine, stamp to the reverse of boards). Small tears present to edges of text. Foxing Present. Text is clean and free of marks. Binding tight and solid. E-52; 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 46478

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Doré, Gustave.

Published by Tours, A. Mame, 1874 und 1866 (Bd 2). (1874)

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Item Description: Tours, A. Mame, 1874 und 1866 (Bd 2)., 1874. Folio (42,5x33 cm). 3 Bll., 909 Spalten; 2 Bll., 948 Spalten, 1 Bl. Mit 230 Holzschnitt-Tafeln von G. Doré. Prachtvolle rote Maroquinbände der Zeit mit reichen geometrischen und figürlichen Deckelornamenten in Goldprägung sowie Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung, Goldschnitt. Ungewöhnlich prachtvolles Exemplar der berühmten Bibel-Edition mit den Holzstich-Illustrationen von Gustave Doré. Schöne, dekorative Foliobände auf 6 Bünden, jeweils mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und geometrischen Rückenornamenten. Die Deckel mit reicher Goldprägung: in geometrische Grundformen eingepasste ägyptisierende Ornamente (stilisierte Schlangenköpfe und Vogelschwingen). - Von wenigen minim. Bereibungen abgesehen schönes, wohl erhaltenes Exemplar. Splendid copy of the famous bible edition with wood-engravings by Gustave Doré. With 230 plates. Red contemp. morocco with rich geometric and figurative gilt decoration, inner gilt borders and gilt edges. - Minimally rubbed. A fine copy. Bookseller Inventory # 41578AB

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A DESCRIPTION OF THE GREAT BIBLE: FRY, Francis, F.S.A.

FRY, Francis, F.S.A.

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Item Description: 1865. FRY, Francis, F.S.A. A DESCRIPTION OF THE GREAT BIBLE, 1539, and the Six Editions of Cranmer's Bible, 1540 and 1541, Printed by Grafto and Whitechurch: also of the Editions, in Large Folio, of the Authorized Version of the Holy Scriptures, Printed in the Years 1611, 1613, 1617, 1634, 1640. Illustrated with Titles, and with Passages from the Editions, the Genealogies, and the Maps, Copied in Facsimile, also with Identification of every Leaf of the First Seven, and of many Leaves of the other Editions; on Fifty-One Plates. TOGETHER WITH AN ORIGINAL LEAF OF EACH OF THE EDITIONS DESCRIBED. London, Willis and Sotheran, 1865. Folio. 41.7 x 27 cm. [viii], 42pp. + 52[f., with two charts, one of them folding, and 14 original leaves from early Bibles. Francis Fry, a Quaker and an Abolitionist, based his fortune on railroads and the Fry chocolate factory. He collected more than 1300 early Bibles, focussing on Tyndale, Coverdale and Cranmer. This is an extraordinary leaf book, in almost perfect condition. Small library stamp to verso of title-page; small tear to edge of p. 29, not affecting text; toning and half-inch tear to edge of folding chart. Rebound to period in half morocco and marbled boards. Bookseller Inventory # 86978

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Doré Gustav. Illus]

Published by London Cassell and Company, Limited [c. 1875] (1875)

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Item Description: London Cassell and Company, Limited [c. 1875], 1875. 2 volumes. The Edition De Luxe. The best edition in the best bindings. With 220 full page engravings by Gustave Doré. Super Folio, publisherís best bindings of full rich brown morocco gilt, covers with ornate blind tooled and gilt rolled borders and elaborate gilt designs in arabesque patterns across the entirety of both covers, spines with raised bands and gilt lettering in two compartments, elaborate gilt tooled decorations in the other compartments, turn-ins gilt tooled, marbled endleaves, a.e.g. [12], 968; iv, 969-1116, 188, 318. A truly beautiful and outstanding set of this great Doré creation in its most exemplary format. Clean and extremely handsome volumes, in the very best bindings. An as pristine set in extremely fine condition. VERY RARE LIMITED EDITION AND THE SUPER FOLIO PRINTING IN THE MOST DELUXE BINDING ISSUED. One of the most magnificent of the Doré illustrated books. A huge testament to Doréís talent and a most impressive set in size and scope. These books are not commonly found in such condition due to the stress caused by the bulk of the text, but this copy is nearly as mint, and pristine, bright and solid as the day it was made and surely as beautiful a copy as one can possibly hope to find. Bookseller Inventory # 24006

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A DESCRIPTION OF THE GREAT BIBLE, 1539,: FRY, FRANCIS, F.S.A.

FRY, FRANCIS, F.S.A.

Published by London Willis and Sotheran (1865)

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Item Description: London Willis and Sotheran, 1865. also of the editions, in large folio, of the authorized version of the Holy Scriptures, printed in the years 1611, 1613, 1617, 1634, 1640. Illustrated with titles, and with passages from the editions, the genealogies, and the maps, copied in facsimile; also with an identification of every leaf of the first seven, and of many leaves of the other editions; on fifty-one plates. Together with an ORIGINAL LEAF of each of the editions described, PLUS AN EXTRA ORIGINAL LEAF OF THE SECOND TITLE PAGE OF THE GREAT BIBLE, this title page is illustrated in the book, illustration ll No. 4, 1540, printed in red and black, the page has had the margins trimmed off and has been laid down on thicker paper, see image attached to listing. FIRST EDITION 1865. Folio, approximately 420 x 275 mm, 16½ x 11 inches, title page vignette of Bishop Cranmer, small vignette of Cotham Tower on verso dedication page, decorated initials, pictorial headpieces, pages: viii, 41, (3), 51 numbered plates, 2 tables (1 folded) and 14 original leaves from the Bibles described, bound in 19th century quarter leather over marbled boards, 4 gilt rules, a single small gilt ornament and gilt lettering, marbled endpapers. Just slightly rubbed at head and tail of spine, corners worn with slight loss of marbled paper, closed tear to lower inner corner of folding table, contents very clean and bright, binding tight and firm. A very good copy. Plate 1 is a full size reproduction in red and black of the splendid pictorial title page of the Great Byble of 1539, recto and verso, Plate 34 is a reproduction of the pictorial title to the first edition of the Authorised King James Version of 1611, both with tissue guards, the rest of plates consist, with several images per page printed red and black, of comparisons between various features of the Bibles described: engravings, ornaments, initials, headpieces, headers, Kalendars, title pages, genealogies, textual differences, etc. The 14 original leaves each have a small label pasted in the lower margin printed with the date of the Bible it is from, starting with 1539, Numbers; April 1540 St. Luke; July 1540 Judges; November 1540 Numbers; May 1541 Ezechiel; November 1541 Numbers; December 1541 Salomon; 1st issue 1611 Psalmes; 2nd issue 1611 Psalmes; 2nd issue reprints 1611 Psalmes; 1613 Job; 1617 Psalmes; 1634 Psalmes; 1640 Ezekiel. First leaf trimmed at the top with loss of part of heading, otherwise all 14 original leaves in very good state. "Most copies (of the Great Bibles of 1539-41) appear to be mixed; doubtless, many copies were originally issued in this state. The problem is further complicated by the fact that certain leaves of some editions were reprinted, apparently because the supply of these particular leaves had run short and they were required to complete copies then being made up. Fry attempted to ascertain what leaves properly belonged to each edition and to make a list of the 'reprinted leaves' . his work remains a monument of painstaking research". Herbert, The English Bible 1525-1961, page 25-26. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. Bookseller Inventory # 16201

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Item Description: London: Samuel Bagster and Sons, 1867, 1867. Quarto (300 × 250 mm) Black pebble-grained morocco, title gilt direct to the spine, raised bands with a dotted roll gilt, double fillet panels to the compartments enclosing fleur-de-lys and foliate scrolled tools gilt, concentric gilt panels to the sides incorporating a rope-twist roll with small dog-roses, and fleur-de-lys corner-pieces, brass clasp, all edges gilt, fine dotted edge-roll, foliate scrolled roll gilt to the turn-ins, brown surface-paper endpapers, two royal blue silk page-markers. A little rubbed at the extremities, contents lightly browned with a scatter foxing, the folding "Table of Comparative Chronology", is somewhat used, having the appearance of having been frequently referred to, but overall very good. Large black morocco presentation label to the front pastedown lettered in gilt within a broad gilt floral rolled panel: "Presented to Capt. W. A. Fraser by the Missionaries on the Loyalty Islands and New Hebrides as a token of respect for his character & gratitude for his services to the cause of Christian mission as Master of the missionary vessel Dayspring 1867". A handsome and highly evocative relic of this most famous Pacific mission. Before becoming a hero of the Presbyterian mission to the Pacific, Capt. Fraser (1833-1914) of Pictou, NS, had spent time as a blockade-runner, being "involved in at least two attempted smuggling voyages. Early in the war he succeeded in delivering contraband to the South for Pictou merchants. In January 1862 he was at Nassau with Magnet, which he intended to take to the American coast and into Wilmington One of the voyage's backers, Pictou merchant William Norman Rudolf, confided to his diary that he and his associates planned to keep Fraser 'in the trade he is a bold fellow and ready for anything yet thoroughly honest and upright' Rudolf later wrote that Fraser was caught in a second smuggling operation, organised by Halifax partners" (Marquis, In Armageddon's Shadow: The Civil War and Canada's Maritime Provinces, p.47). Late in 1863, after signing on a crew that had promised to abstain from alcohol, tobacco and profanity, Fraser embarked as captain of the Dayspring, a 100 foot fast barquentine of 115 tons built by Carmichael and Co. of New Glasgow, N.S., serving as a Mission supply vessel plying between Australia and the islands of the Pacific. Much of the funding for the ship had been raised by the famous Scottish missionary J.G. Paton, who had recently fled the New Hebrides: "Paton was dispatched to Australia to raise funds for the mission and its new ship, Dayspring. His graphic description in the Chalmers Presbyterian Church, Sydney, of his supposed hairbreadth escape from cannibals won him many sympathizers. Its unwearied repetition in some 470 meetings in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania made his name a household word. In May 1863 after two great farewell meetings in Melbourne and Sydney, which brought his receipts to £5000" (ADB). Fraser's own abiding commitment to the project was demonstrated by the fact that "soon after the keel was laid, [he took over] the actual superintendence and care of the structure" (Cambell and McDonald, A Year in the New Hebrides, Loyalty Islands and New Caledonia A Narrative of the Voyages of the Dayspring, p.45). The Dayspring's main duties related to the mission to the New Hebrides, but on occasion she also entered Eastern Polynesia, "to give such aid as she could to the missionaries of the London Missionary Society, while they were without a vessel of their own" (p.49) visiting Samoa, Raratonga, and the Ellice group. It is clear that her role in the mission went far beyond that pure logistics; "The 'Dayspring' is one of the institutions of the Presbyterian church, and her name is famous throughout all our congregations and Sabbath schools. The vessel is supported by other Presbyterian churches as well as ours ; but Melbourne is her head-quarters, and she is well known, by sight or by report, to all. Bookseller Inventory # 95274

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Burne-Jones, Holman Hunt, Madox Brown, Solomon, Watts, etc. Dalziel, Edward and George

Published by Gerorge Routledge and Sons, London (1881)

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Item Description: Gerorge Routledge and Sons, London, 1881. First edition. Huge folio. Original full stiff vellum binding (over boards, as issued) with elaborate gilt stamped designs and lettering with ruling in red and brown on both covers and spine. The Dalziel Brothers magnum opus with 72 proof engravings printed on India paper and laid down on thick card stock (rectos only). Artists include: Ford Madox Brown, Edward Burne-Jones, Wiliam Holman Hunt, Frederick Leighton, Frederick Sandys, Simeon Solomon, George Frederick Watts and much more. Stated limited edition (353/1000). An important and sought-after compendium featuring The Pre-Raphaelites and other famous artists of the period. An amazing cover, the binding showing almost no wear, except for a few crease and bend marks. We have never seen a cleaner copy of this binding. As often found in this fragile gutta percha binding, a few of the signatures have began to pull away. All of the pages and plates are fine with no signs of wear and no foxing. A magnificent and impressive record of the art of the period by its most prodigious and accomplished engravers, The Dalziel Brothers. Bookseller Inventory # 1964

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Bible for the Blind, In English

Published by American Bible Society, New York (1895)

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Item Description: American Bible Society, New York, 1895. Hard Cover. First edition of this Bible, volume I only; folio (14" x 13"), 164 leaves, embossed in the New York Point Alphabet for the Blind, which is a system of tactile raised dots, similar to Braille. Contemporary 3/4 calf over tan cloth covered boards, spine ruled in gilt; spine label is absent. New York Point for the Blind was invented by William Bell Wait (1839-1916), educator for the Blind, as an alternative to the "Line Letter" system, consisting of raised letters of the standard alphabet, which was in use in the late 19th Century and lasted for several decades. But Braille had been invented by Louis Braille in 1824, but fell into disuse, only to be revived in the early 20th Century and Braille remains today, the standard in reading and writing for the Blind, throughout the world. Internally, quite clean, with the embossed dots in very good condition; small loss at head of spine and corners worn through; a very good copy, now quite scarce on the market. Bookseller Inventory # 7527

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BIBLE

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Item Description: 1880. BIBLE. Bibl yr Addoliad Teuluaidd. London and New York: London Printing and Publishing Company, circa 1880. Thick folio (11-1/2 by 16 inches), period-style full dark purple pebbled morocco, tooled in gilt and blind, raised bands, brass name plate on front cover, brass clasps and catches, all edges gilt. $3500.Victorian edition of the "Family Worship Bible" in Welsh, with engraved vignette title page, frontispiece, and 45 folio engraved illustrations, beautifully bound with brass furniture.As with many vernacular translations, the rendering of the Bible into Welsh was important to the survival of the language. Recognizing Welsh as a liturgical language helped ensure its continued use as a means of everyday communication down to the present day, despite the pressure of English. Not in Darlow & Moule. Fine condition, splendidly bound. Bookseller Inventory # 105255

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BIBLE FRITH Francis

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Item Description: 1869. BIBLE. The Holy Bible. London: George E. Eyre and William Spottiswoode, circa 1869. Quarto, contemporary full blind-tooled brown morocco rebacked with original spine laid down, brass clasp and catch, beveled edges, all edges gilt. $3500.Handsomely bound 19th-century King James Bible, extra-illustrated with six mounted albumen photographs by pioneering Holy Land photographer Francis Firth, with brass clasp.This volume contains a late-19th century edition of the magisterial King James translation of the Bible (first published 1611) extra-illustrated with 20 mounted albumen photographs of the Holy Land by Francis Frith. A founding member of the Liverpool Photographic Society who is considered "the most successful of the photographic entrepreneurs following the calotype era"Ě (Parr & Badger, 18), "Frith is the most prominent of the early photographers of Egypt and the Holy Land. He built his own 16 by 20-inch wet-collodion plate camera, put it in his wicker camper/darkroom, and in 1856 embarked on his first trip up the Nile. The result was a series of pictures that still amaze in terms in their clarity, precision and visual impact. His direct eye-level frontal photography produced some of the most exquisitely detailed images of his day"Ě (McDarrah & McDarrah, 156-7). "His photographs of the landscape and monuments were taken under dangerous and difficult conditions. He slept in tombs and caves and was attacked by wild dogs and brigands; inside an unventilated tent he worked in desert temperatures with collodion chemicals that boiled on the glass plate negatives"Ě (DNB). Frith's images in this Bible include two views of the Sinai wilderness, the convent at Mount Carmel, the stone pyramid of Dashûr, Banias and the Parthenon. Contemporary family record to front free endpaper. Brass clasp engraved with owner's initials.Occasional light foxing. A distinguished Bible in nearly fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 89940

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Fore-Edge Painting] [BIBLE 1887].

Published by Printed at the University Press, Oxford: (1887)

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Item Description: Printed at the University Press, Oxford:, 1887. hardcover. . With a superb split-double (two-way) fore-edge painting depicting two biblical scenes of Noahís Ark and the Flight into Egypt. The size of the book allows for a natural reason to paint half the fanned leaves facing right and the other half facing left. This is the finest piece I have ever seen from Don Noble. Sold at Christieís-Los Angeles in 2002, lot 108. Thick large folio. 335 x 277mm. With the original full red morocco, gilt-stamped binding, elaborate gilt borders, spine in six compartments with raised bands gilt, a.e.g. The covers stamped "ĎPresented by the Corporation of Liverpool to Sir James Poole, Knight, Mayor, 1886-1887." A stunning binding. Bookseller Inventory # FF121

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The New Illustrated Bible: The Holy Bible: Macleod, Donald, Reverend

Macleod, Donald, Reverend (Editor); Harry Fenn, J. D. Woodward (Illustrators)

Published by J. S. Virtue & Co., Limited, London (1880)

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Item Description: J. S. Virtue & Co., Limited, London, 1880. Hardcover. Book Condition: vg. Later edition. Folio. 994, 358, 61pp. Original gold and blind-tooled full leather with gold lettering on spines and covers. All edges gilt. Dentelles. Colored endpapers. 3 engraved frontispieces. Engraved vignette on each of the 3 title-pages of the Bible. Rare and fascinating illustrated Bible divided in 3 parts: Volume 1: Genesis to Solomon; Volume 2: Isaiah to Malachi; Volume 3; The New Testament. At rear of the last volume is bound a Bible Dictionary issued by the same publisher to complete this work. This New Illustrated Bible contains no less than 600 in-text and full-page engravings on steel and wood. Each plate is protected with a tissue-guard, and, as a whole, were intended by the publisher to "form a complete gallery of Scriptural illustration". Most of the illustrations are the work of Harry Fenn and J. D. Woodward who were engaged by the publisher to take sketches on the spot. Edges of bindings slightly rubbed. Sporadic and minor foxing on very first and very last pages (not affecting frontispieces). Stunning bindings in overall very good, interior in near to fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 18849

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Sheet Music- Come Home Father, Old Josey,: Henry Clay Work,

Henry Clay Work, Wurzel, West Henry R. A., Henry Sherbrooke, Charles S. Brainard, Labitzky, Fred. Wilson, W. H. Brockway, J. M. Hubbard, R. Albert, Stephen C. Foster, Mrs. O'Connell

Published by Privately Printed/Limited Edition, USA (1870)

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Item Description: Privately Printed/Limited Edition, USA, 1870. Half Morocco Leather. Book Condition: Good. Privately bound copy of Mostly American 19th century sheet music. All are arranged for piano and many have a vocal line. All are published between c1840 - c1870 in American cities. Bound in 3/4 morocco with a morocco label on the front cover with the name "M. & H. Dieker". The songs are: General Carrington's Home March, by Henryi Sherbrooke- 1863; Alexandria Waltz, by F. Rasche, 1845; Charles River Quick Step, by S. Knaebel- 1845; Cinderella Waltz, by Rossini- 1845; Six Popular Dances, by Andrien Talexy; National Scottish, by CHs. D' Albert- 1850; The Merry Sleigh Bells Polka, by Charles S. Brainard-1861; The Bridal March from the Grand Spectacle of Mazeppa, by J. Sprake- 1845; The Exhibition Quadrille, by Rule Britannia- 1850; Songs of the Hutchinson Family: My Mother's Bible, by Geo. Harris and Henry Russell; Jockey Hat and Feather, by Fred Wilson and W. H. Brockway- 1851; We Met by Chance, by F. Kucken; A Home in the West, J. M. Hubbard and Hubbard M. Smith- 1864; Dear by Gone Hours, by R. Albert and C. D. Kirk- 1852; Farewell Sweet Mother, by Stephen C. Foster- 1861; Come Home, Father, by Henry Clay Work- 1864; I Would I Were a Child Again or The Old Oak Tree, by H. T. Merrill- 1853; Pretty Blue Star! Ballad, by John Blockley- 1852; Dreaming Maiden Song, by Gen. A. Sanders Piatt and Mrs. O'Connell- 1866; Old Josy, by Wurzel- 1854; Forget Not the Loved Ones at Home, by I. B. Woodbury- 1850; Salut a' Marion: The Chamois Hunter, by H. Aug. Pond. - 1858. There are several beautiful pieces of cover art of which most are black & white. However, there is one handcolored picture before "The Exhibition Quadrille" that shows the Quadrille of All Nations with its dimensions. Endpages are wrinkled. There is a little soiling and general wear to the boards and spine. Raised bands with some gilt decoration on the spine. There is some light foxing that is intermittent. civil WAR: "General Carrington's March" is from the middle of the American Civil War. "Come Home, Father" is an anthem of the Temperance movement in which a Child sings in the middle of a bar, begging her father to come home. Also includes 3 handcopied sheets of music for 2 parts of the chorus of "Sherman's March to the Sea". Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 009855

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Dalziels' Bible Gallery. Illustrations from the Old: DALZIEL BROTHERS.

Item Description: London: George Routledge and Sons (printed at the Dalziels' Camden Press), 1881, 1881. Folio. Publisher's half vellum, red morocco label, lettered in gilt on the front cover, floriate patterned endpapers. Housed in a custom made blue cloth slipcase. Bookseller's ticket of D. B. Friend (Brighton). Some signs of handling to binding, scattered marginal foxing (clear of images), occasional marginal cockling. A very good copy with excellent impressions of the plates. Title page printed in red & black, 62 wood-engraved plates by the Dalziel Brothers, printed on India paper. First and limited edition, number 338 of 1,000 copies. A sumptuous production, "the artistic level of which is surely higher than that in any other of the Dalziels' collaborative volumes. The book is best seen in the India-paper proof copies" (Ray). Gregory R. Suriano, in his The Pre-Raphaelite Illustrators, draws attention to the fact that the Dalziels' Bible Gallery "was a response to the publication of the Nazarene artist Schnorr von Carolsfeld's Bible Pictures (published in Germany 1851 and in England by Williams and Norgate in 1855)". In fact the brothers had been approaching artists to contribute as early as 1863, and most of the work in the Bible Gallery dates from the 1860s. Copies were frequently broken so that a favourite illustration from the Bible could be framed and mounted but this copy is complete. A high spot of Pre-Raphaelite book illustration. Ray, The Illustrator and the Book in England from 1790 to 1914, 158. Bookseller Inventory # 111786

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Item Description: London: Cassell Petter & Galpin: and 596 Broadway New York, 1870. 2 vols. in one. Folio. (38 x 31 cm.). pp.xxiv+180. Contemporary full red morocco over thick heavy boards, elaborately decorated in gilt and blind, spine with raised bands, inner dentelles gilt decorated, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Light unimportant marginal dampstain to a few leaves towards the centre of book, but generally a truly remarkably clean and fresh copy in a superb binding. The best example we have ever seen. Frontispiece plus 249 plates with lettered tisue guards. Bookseller Inventory # 52053

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The Truth A Companion to the Bible: Guiteau, Charles J.

Guiteau, Charles J.

Published by D. Lothrop and Company (1879)

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Item Description: D. Lothrop and Company, 1879. Hardcover. Book Condition: Collectible: Good. First Edition. First edition, 1879, of the Preterist tract by the man who shot President Garfield. HOWES USiana title. RARE Original brown cloth with light wear at head heed and corners. Spattering on front board visible only at a certain angle and light.Spine lightly soiled. Early bookplate "H Scofied Private Library No. 4688 Rel 140". Clipping laid in dated 1886 (?) noting the death of Colonel George B. Corhill, the ex-District Attorney of Washington who convicted Guiteau". Guiteau was found insane by testimony of Alexander Hamilton's grandson and was hanged in June of 1882. Just prior, from his prison cell, Guiteau prepared a second manuscript that was published in 1882, entitled "The Truth and the Removal". A remarkable copy, Ships from Dinkytown in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Bookseller Inventory # 224269

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The Holy Bible Translated from the Latin: Cullen, Paul

Item Description: James Duffy & Co, Dublin, 1865. Hardcover. Book Condition: g to g+. Later edition. Large quarto. [2], 764, 222pp. Finely gold-stamped and gold-tooled contemporary black leather. All gilt edges. Striking fore edge painting. Silk-moire endpapers. Handwritten family registry in front. Frontispiece of Old Testament reproduction of a painting in monochrome by W. & A. K. Johnston. Frontispiece engraving in New Testament. "This New Edition of the English Version of the Bible, printed with our permission, by James Duffy.carefully collated, by our direction, with the Clementine Vulgate; likewise with the Douay Version of the Old Testament of 1609, and with the Rhemisch Version of the New Testament of 1582, and with other approved English Versions." Illustrated with 12 full-page monochrome plates in sepia-tone, 2 full-page engravings, as well as many b/w in-text illustrations. Some age wear and staining on binding. Wear along front joints and corners. Gutters at front and rear endpapers reinforced with fine red cloth band. Inscription on blank leaf following front endpaper: "Gift from Stephanie to Tom on the eve of their marriage October 3rd, 1983." Sporadic foxing throughout. Overall good+ condition. Bookseller Inventory # 30602

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BIBLE SCOTT Thomas

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Item Description: 1880. BIBLE. The Holy Bible". With Explanatory Notes, Practical Obsevations, and Copious Marginal References. By Thomas Scott. Glasgow, Edinburgh and London: William Mackenzie, circa 1880. Two volumes. Folio (11 by 15 inches), contemporary full brown morocco, elaborately gilt-decorated spines and boards, raised bands, all edges gilt. $2500.Later edition of Scott's copiously annotated Bible, illustrated with 5 maps and 41 engraved plates, handsomely bound.Although ordained a deacon in 1772, Scott took holy orders more to secure his own comfort than to proclaim Christian doctrine, much of which he did not believe. In the late 1770s, however, a friendship with John Newton (author of the hymn "Amazing Grace"Ě) led to the awakening of Scott's sincerely evangelical faith. As he wrote in his memoir The Force of Truth (1779), "Forever blessed be the God of long suffering and mercy, who had patience with such a rebel and blasphemer, such an irreverent trifler with his majesty, and such a presumptuous intruder into his sacred ministry!"Ě With great zeal, Scott renewed his devotion to both his parishioners and his biblical studies. This commentary won him a large reputation (though not large royalties, due to his publisher's debts). "Sir James Stephen does not hesitate to speak of it as "ėthe greatest theological performance of our age and country"Ě (DNB). First published in 174 weekly numbers between 1789-92, this edition is embellished with 5 maps and 41 engraved plates, several after paintings by noted biblical painter John Martin (said to have possessed "the genius that to madness nearly is allied"Ě by Art Journal editor S.C. Hall) and a few after photographs by "the most prominent of the early photographers of Egypt and the Holy Land,"Ě Francis Frith (McDarrah & McDarrah, 156). Without preliminary gatherings A-E in Volume I; all biblical text present. See Darlow & Moule 952; Herbert 1366. Houfe, 223. Occasional light foxing. About-fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 90067

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BIBLE JAMIESON Robert

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Item Description: 1870. (BIBLE) JAMIESON, Robert, editor. The Holy Bible with a Devotional and Practical Commentary. London: James S. Virtue, [1861-65]. Two volumes. Thick folio (11-1/2 by 15 inches), contemporary full pebbled brown morocco, elaborately gilt-decorated spine and covers, raised bands, beveled edges, all edges gilt. $2500.Large illustrated Victorian family Bible, presenting the text of the King James version with editor Robert Jamieson's extensive commentary, and illustrated with vignette title pages, 37 steel-engraved plates after old masters""including four after the epic paintings of John Martin""and two maps, in two handsomely bound folio volumes.This impressive family Bible presents the text of the King James version (first published 1611) and 37 steel-engraved plates illustrating many of the most dramatic moments in Scripture. The four plates after John Martin include mezzotint-style engravings of some of his most famous paintings: "Belshazzar's Feast," "The Seventh Plague," "The Burning Bush," "The Destruction of Pharaoh's Host." Also includes a number of plates after Thomas Allom's paintings of the ruins present on Biblical sites. Editor Robert Jamieson was a Church of Scotland minister, "a learned and accurate preacher". Jamieson devoted himself to the guidance of young men studying for the ministry and his students' classes were influential throughout the church" (ODNB). Text does not include Apocrypha. Occasional foxing; minor discoloration to rear cover of Volume I, Volume II with expert repairs to joints. About-Fine condition, an impressive illustrated Bible. Bookseller Inventory # 90063

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The Holy Bible : Containing the Old: Bible

Bible

Published by Cassell, Petter, and Galpin N.d. [c. 1870], London and New York (1870)

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Item Description: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin N.d. [c. 1870], London and New York, 1870. Full Morocco. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dore, Gustave (illustrator). Folio. In two volumes complete. Large thick folio volumes measuring 39 x 32 cms. 4, (iv), 968; iv, 969-1116, (1), 188, (1), 348 pp. Contemporary elaborately gilt-bordered full maroon morocco. Raised bands to spine with gilt lettering and elaborately gilt panels. All edges gilt. Gilt turn-ins and marbled endpapers. Faint rubbing to extremities. Leather bookplate to front pastedown. Very occasional light foxing, with almost no affect to plates. Title pages in red & black. Text leaves bright. With 238 full-page engravings by Gustave Dore. All engravings fresh and clear. Later reproductions of the Dore illustrations often suffer from much over-darkening of the plates. Bindings firm. A very handsome pair in Near Fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 52550

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Item Description: Universal Book and Bible House, 1884. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Our goal with every sale is customer satisfaction, so please buy with confidence. Every order is shipped the same day or the next day. This is a used book in good condition and may show some signs of use or wear . Bookseller Inventory # mon0001655025

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DORE (G.)(Illust.):

Published by London: Cassell,Petter and Galpin, C.1870. (1870)

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Item Description: London: Cassell,Petter and Galpin, C.1870., 1870. 3 vols in 2. 238 engravings (Including 136 in the Old Testament, 21 in Apocrypha, and 81 in the New Testament) Folio (38.5 x 30.5cm), original full calf. marbled endpapers,all edges gilt. the bindings are in excellent condition. a little foxing to the margins of pages. Bookseller Inventory # 5460001216

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alexander cruden with a memoir by william youngman

Published by frederick warne and company (1891)

ISBN 10: 1111111111 ISBN 13: 9781111111113

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Item Description: frederick warne and company, 1891. Hardcover. Book Condition: Acceptable. Ex library book with the usual markings. No dust jacket. Student edition. Heavy bumping, marks, discolouration, fraying and tearing to cloth covered boards and spine. Very grubby, heavily tanned and marked page edges. Grubby and marked pastedowns and end pages. Smudges, creasing and marks to a number of pages. Extensive damage to front hinge. Damage to binding in places. GRADED COMMENSURATE WITH AGE OF BOOK PLEASE BE AWARE THIS BOOK IS PRE 1965 AND THE GRADE WILL REFLECT ITS AGE Major signs of wear and tear. Very well read. Reading copy only. May not be for the collector or suitable as a present unless hard to find elsewhere SECURE DAILY POSTING FROM UK. 30 DAY GUARANTEE. Bookseller Inventory # mon0001970439

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McGARVEY, J. W.

Published by the STANDARD PUBLISHING CO., Ohio * * * * * (1880)

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Item Description: the STANDARD PUBLISHING CO., Ohio * * * * *, 1880. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Fair. B00k: Fair/, Sun Bleaching On Brown Spine With Title In Gold Gilt, Hard Cover B00k: Fair/, Shows Wear, Soiling, Browning Last Few Pages Are Folded Over, Spine Separating And Weak. B00k is 6" X 9" X 1 5/8", With 624 Numbered Pages. = Description Applies To This B00K, Only, Which Is A Historically Significant Treasure From The Past, Hard To Find, Will Be Packaged And Shipped = Carefully, To Avoid Shipping Damage And Will Make It, An Excellent Addition To Your Own Personal Library Collection, Or As A Gift For The Discriminating Reader / Collector/ = WORLD WIDE SHIPPING, AVAILABLE. Bookseller Inventory # 015548

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Bailey, Samuel W., Compiler

Published by Rand, Avery & Frye (1871)

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Item Description: Rand, Avery & Frye, 1871. Hardcover. Book Condition: Acceptable. 1872 printing. Some pieces of the spine cover are missing. Significant foxing. Tan stain on 2" corner of pages (bottom hinge corner). Age issues but very readable. Booksavers receives donated books and recycles them in a variety of ways. Proceeds benefit the work of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) in the U.S. and around the world. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000188510

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Westwood, J.O.;

Published by Smith, London (1866)

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Item Description: Smith, London, 1866. Handkolorierte Illustrationen Gr.-8°. Hldr. Mittelalter. Bookseller Inventory # 25753

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