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Baron von Gerning

Verlag: R Ackerman, London (1820)

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Beschreibung: R Ackerman, London, 1820. Unbound. Zustand: Good. The 14 fine-coloured aquatint plates all measure 10¾" x 8" on pages 11½" x 9¾", landscape format from the first quarto edition. They are - with publication date, watermark details and faults: Mentz - Sept 1819, J Whatman, Turkey Mills, 1818, slight marks on the plate and in the margin; Castle at Furstenberg - Dec 1819, J Whatman, 1818, three small spots near the upper edge of the plate, margins slightly soiled; Bacharach - Nov 1st 1819, no watermark, margins a bit toned and with a ¼" tear; Pfaltz Castle - Nov 1st 1819, no watermark, irregular hole (max 1" x 1½") in the lower margin - not affecting the caption; Thurnberg - Jan 1st 1820, no watermark, small corner (max ½" x ½") torn from the lower corner margin and some soling in the opposite corner - not affecting text in either case; Liebenstein - Dec 1st 1819, no watermark apparent, both image and margins are soiled with an amateur drawing pasted on the rear; Braubach - Jan 1st 1820, J Whatman 1820, very slight markings and a very slight crease on the image, margins slightly dusty and creased; Bornhofen - Jan 1st 1820, no watermark, margins dusty and with a small corner (max 1½" x ¼") lacking from the lower left corner, but not affecting the text; Boppard - March 1sr 1820, no watermark, a few small spots in the sky area of the image, the margin is slightly thumbed and dusty, a corner (max 1½" x ½") is lacking from the lower left corner - not affecting the text, but close to the legend "C G Schultz Delt"; Engers and Sayin - March 1st 1820, no watermark, the margins are are slightly dusty; Andernach and Neuwied - Feb 1st 1820, no watermark, the margins are soiled and with a corner (1½" x ¼") lacking from the lower left hand corner; Hammerstein - Jan 1st 1820, no watermark, the margins are slightly dusty with slight rippling just affecting the lower margin of the image - probablyinvisible under glass; Castles of Drachenfels & Rolandseck - March 1st 1820, no watermark, margins just slightly dusty; Bodensberg and the seven Hills - Feb 1st, no watermark, margins slightly dusty; Cologne - March 1st 1820, no watermark, the margins are slightly dusty, there is a small area of discolouration (1½" x ½") in the lower right hand corner of the image. Size: 11½" x 9¾". Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 011008

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Beschreibung: .: London, published by R. Ackermann, 1820, large in-4°, 33,5 x 27,2 cm, XIV pp + (2)nn pp + 178 pp + 24 full page coloured engravings + 1 folding map (complete). With the list of subscribers. Folding map with the routes hand-coloured . Bound in later quarter red morocco, raised gilt and decorated spine, top edge gilt. (signed binding Bayntun - Rivière of Bath). Title page with a closed tear in the fore-margin, very occasional slight offsetting and toning of text, else a very nice and clean copy. Plates 1, 4, 11 , 13 , 17 , 21 , 23 are unnumbered (thus from the first issue); text watermarked II S&S, 1817 , 1818 and 1819 ; plates watermarked ''Turkey Mills 1818 ?''. Abbey Travel item 217. Tooley item 234. This is a fine copy of one of the quintessential English colour plate books and one of the finest Rhine-Albums ever published. The first edition, in German, appeared in 1819, without illustrations. Schütz designed for this English illustrated edition some beautiful views of Bacharach , Bingen , Boppard , Braubach , Johannisberg , Koblenz , Köln, Mainz , Oberwezel, St. Goar .[.]. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 43783

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Baron J.J Von Gerning

Verlag: Ackermann, London (1820)

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Von: Healy Rare Books (Galway, Irland)

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Beschreibung: Ackermann, London, 1820. Zustand: V.G. First Edition. Embellished with twent four highly finished and coloured engravings from the drawings of M. Schuetz. . Pages :XV1-178. Folio. 24 magnificent hand-coloured aquatint plates and folding engraved map, coloured in outline. With book plate of The Earl of Sefton from the renowned Croxteth Library. Contemporary half calf, Purple marbled boards. Large paper copy of which onl;y 50 were published. Rare. Probably the finest coloured views of The Rhine. Rare. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 2n

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A picturesque tour along the Rhine, from: Gerning, Johann Isaac

Beschreibung: Ackermann, London, 1820. First edition in English, first issue, with the plates watermarked 1818 and 1819, and without numbering in the corners; large 4to, pp. xiv, [2], 178; folding map and 24 colored aquatints from drawings by M. Schuetz, engraved by Sutherland and Havell; contemporary maroon diced morocco, gilt paneled covers stamped in blind, spine elaborately gilt, a.e.g., bookplate of Sarah Marie Turnor; light wear and rubbing to the extremities, occasional inoffensive light foxing; minor offsetting of the plates, but all in all a very nice copy. According to Ackermann's advertisements for the work, discussed fully by Abbey, 750 ordinary paper copies and 50 large paper copies were published in six monthly parts from October, 1819, to March, 1820. Among the views included are Mentz, Bingen, the castle of Furstenberg, Bacharach, Pfalz Castle and the fortress of Ehrenbreitstein, Andernach, and Cologne. Gerning's work was first published in German in Wiesbaden in 1819 without illustrations. Abbey, Travel, 217; Tooley 234. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 23040

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Beschreibung: 1820, 1820. and accompanied by a map. Transl. from the German by John Black. London: R. Ackermann 1820. LARGE PAPER COPY bound in a stunningly ornate full crushed two-tone oasis binding by Zaehnsdorf of London. Extra gilt borders on both front & rear covers. Spine gilt panelled. Inside dentelles. All edges gilt. Silk wove endpapers. Folio (measuring 41 x 33cm.). (xvi 178pp.). With 24 magnificently hand-coloured aquatint plates each with a protective tissue-guard and folding engrv. map at end hand-coloured in outline. Preserved in specially made fleece-lined qtr. morocco folding solander case with gilt title and raised bands to spine. According to Abbey Travel No. 217 only 50 large paper copies were produced. NOTE: To fully appreciate its binding we would be happy to supply photographs of this item on request. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 225515

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A Picturesque Tour Along the Rhine, from: GERNING, Baron J.J.

GERNING, Baron J.J. von

Verlag: London: R. Ackermann 1820, 1821. (1820)

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Beschreibung: London: R. Ackermann 1820, 1821., 1820. First editions. Two volumes bound in one. 4to. xvi, 178; viii, 177, (1) pp. Contemporary tan full calf, spine with raised bands, olive gilt lettered labels expertly renewed, gilt device repeated to the other compartments, gilt and blindstamped borders to the boards, endpapers and all edges marbled. Each work with 24 finely hand coloured plates, first work with a folding map with outline colour, the second with a full page map plus two vignettes with full hand colouring, dated watermarks to the plates and some text leaves preceding the years of publication. A lovely copy of these two fine works. Abbey, Travel, 90 & 217. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 34588

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A PICTURESQUE TOUR ALONG THE RHINE: GERNING, BARON JOHANN

GERNING, BARON JOHANN ISAAC VON

Verlag: R. Ackermann, London (1820)

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Beschreibung: R. Ackermann, London, 1820. 422 x 324 mm. (16 5/8 x 12 3/4"). sheets 407 x 318 mm. (16 x 12 1/2"). xiv, [ii], 178 pp.Translated from the German by John Black. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH, First Issue. ONE OF 50 LARGE PAPER COPIES. Excellent contemporary red half morocco over marbled boards by Charles Hering (stamp-signed on verso of front free endpaper), newly rebacked and recornered to style by Courtland Benson, wide raised bands and panels attractively gilt in scrolling designs, gilt titling, all edges gilt. 24 HAND-COLORED PLATES OF THE RHINE (plus one folding map), taken from the drawings of Christian Georg Schütz and engraved by Sutherland, Havell, and Bartlett. A Large Paper Copy. Front pastedown with armorial bookplate of "R G V"; front free endpaper with evidence of bookplate removal. Abbey "Travel" I, 217; Tooley 234. Offsetting onto tissue guards (indicating that they have done their job), one tissue guard missing (but no offsetting onto text in this case), isolated trivial thumbing, foxing, or rust spots, but A FINE AND ESPECIALLY DESIRABLE COPY, the beautifully restored binding unworn, the text and plates with only the most minor imperfections, and the margins of this special copy remarkably broad. This is one of Ackermann's major color plate books and apparently the first in his "Picturesque Tours" series, others of which explore the Seine, the Ganges, and the Thames. The book describes a trip down the Rhine on that part of the river generally considered most romantic and charming. The account contains not only topographical descriptions, but considerable historical information and details of popular traditions. The tone is frankly advocative, the book being written "with a view chiefly to the information of travellers of cultivated minds who may be induced to visit this interesting portion of Germany." The main appeal of the book for us today, of course, resides in the book's spacious and richly colored plates. The irresistibly scenic views seem to justify the book's claim that the region depicted is "a portion of heaven fallen down to earth." Our plates are early impressions, and, as in other contexts, size matters here: the sheets in our volume are 407 mm. tall, appreciably larger than most of the copies seen in auction records, which measure, on average, approximately 330 mm. (Abbey's untrimmed copy measured 425 mm., and a Large Paper Copy sold at Sotheby's in 2007 had sheets 402 mm. tall.) As the limitation would indicate, copies on Large Paper are very uncommonly seen, and our copy is beautiful, with especially well-preserved text and plates and an exceedingly handsome replica spine. This is one of Ackermann's major color plate books and apparently the first in his "Picturesque Tours" series, others of which explore the Seine, the Ganges, and the Thames. The book describes a trip down the Rhine on that part of the river generally considered most romantic and charming. The account contains not only topographical descriptions, but considerable historical information and details of popular traditions. The tone is frankly advocative, the book being written "with a view chiefly to the information of travellers of cultivated minds who may be induced to visit this interesting portion of Germany." The main appeal of the book for us today, of course, resides in the book's spacious and richly colored plates. The irresistibly scenic views seem to justify the book's claim that the region depicted is "a portion of heaven fallen down to earth." Our plates are early impressions, and, as in other contexts, size matters here: the sheets in our volume are 407 mm. tall, appreciably larger than most of the copies seen in auction records, which measure, on average, approximately 330 mm. (Abbey's untrimmed copy measured 425 mm., and a Large Paper Copy sold at Sotheby's in 2007 had sheets 402 mm. tall.) As the limitation would indicate, copies on Large Paper are very uncommonly seen, and our copy is beautiful, with especially well-preserved text and plates and an exceedingly handsome replica spine. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH, First Issue. ONE OF 50 LARGE PAPER COPIES. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers ST12078

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ACKERMANN Rudolph GERNING Baron Johann Isaac von

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Beschreibung: 1820. First Edition. (ACKERMANN, Rudolph) GERNING, Baron Johann Isaac von. A Picturesque Tour Along the Rhine, from Mentz to Cologne. London: R. Ackermann, 1820. Folio (11-1/2 by 13-1/2 inches), 20th-century full tan polished calf, raised bands, red morocco spine label. $11,000.First edition, first issue, of one of Ackermann s wonderful Picturesque Tours, beautifully illustrated with 24 hand-colored folio aquatints and large folding map. A lovely copy.In the history of book production "there is no more attractive figure than that of Rudolph Ackermann, through whose extraordinary enterprise and spirit of adventure, aquatint was successfully applied to the illustration of books" (Prideaux, 120-23). One of Ackermann's most lucrative projects was his remarkable Picturesque Tours, a series of seven books produced between 1820-28. This is his Tour Along the Rhine, with beautifully hand-colored aquatints by Daniel Havell and Thomas Sutherland after paintings by Christian Georg Schutz, depicting views of Mentz, the Castle of Furstenberg, the Church of Johannes, Pfalz Castle and the town of Kaub, the salmon fishery at Lurley, Coblentz, Bornhofen, Cologne and other sites along the river. The plates were pulled and hand-colored in the Ackermann studio, whose reputation for producing splendid illustrated publications and disseminating fine aquatint prints spanned over two centuries. The folding map shows the course of the Rhine from Mentz to Cologne. With accompanying text by Baron von Gerning describing the history and culture of the area (first published in German in 1819, without illustrations). First issue, without plate numbers in the top right corners. Tooley notes that plates 2 and 3 have variants dated either September or October; Abbey argues persuasively that to call either state an issue "must remain doubtful," particularly given that large-paper copies have also been seen with the two plates dated October. At any rate, the quality of plates in either state are the same high standard; Abbey notes that "there are definitely some later issues of the book, and these can be recognized by having plate numbers at the top right-hand corner. The impressions in these plates are poor and the coloring less good" (Abbey 217). This copy has plates 2 and 3 dated October, but most importantly none of the plates bear numbers in the upper right. Text watermarked 1817 and 1818; plates watermarked 1818 and 1819. Abbey, Travel 217. Prideaux, 337. Tooley 234. Title page neatly rehinged, plates fine and fresh, hand-coloring vivid; a few minor scuffs to binding. An excellent, attractive copy of this beautifully illustrated work. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 104518

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