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Marx, Karl.

Verlag: Hamburg, Otto Meissner, 1867. (1867)

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Beschreibung: Hamburg, Otto Meissner, 1867., 1867. 8vo (131 x 219 mm). Inscribed "Seinem Georg Eccarius / Lond. 18 Sept. 1867. Karl Marx" on verso of title, two small pencil corrections and one ink correction to text, presumably in the hand of Eccarius. Contemporary half calf. Stored in custom-made half morocco case. First edition. Inscribed four days after publication to the secretary general of the First International, Johann Georg Eccarius, "one of my oldest friends and adherents": the most important Karl Marx presentation copy ever to have come to the market. "Amongst the most influential pieces of writing in world history" (International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam), "Das Kapital" was the culmination of many years' work in the British Museum. This first volume was the only one published during Marx's lifetime, the later volumes, edited by Engels from the author's manuscript, appearing in 1885 and 1894. Marx's own annotated copy, along with the only surviving handwritten page of the Communist Manifesto, were inscribed on the prestigious UNESCO "Memory of the World Register" in 2013. - Johann Georg Eccarius (1818-89, also known as John George Eccarius) was a German emigré tailor and labour activist who joined the English branch of the League of the Just, a group of German artisans and professionals who had fled from Paris after the failure of the 1839 uprising. In 1846 Marx and Engels, then living in Brussels, were invited to join the League, which was in the process of evolving into the Communist League, and the following year they attended its second congress in London. It seems likely that Eccarius met Marx and Engels on this occasion, since he was in 1848 elected as member of the new three-man Central Committee of the League. A year later Eccarius co-opted Marx onto the same Committee (Marx later became President) and became his staunch supporter over the next 20 years. And it was Marx who gave Eccarius his first publishing opportunity: Eccarius's article on "Tailoring in London or the Struggle Between Large and Small Capital" appeared in the London magazine "NRZ Revue" in 1850. Marx helped him write the article, edited it, and probably formulated some of the passages - and then presented it to the public with a special blare of trumpets: "The author of the article is himself a worker in one of the London tailor shops. We ask the German bourgeoisie how many writers they have who are capable of comprehending the actual development in similar fashion [.] here a purely materialist and free conception, undistorted by emotional grumbling, confronts bourgeois society and its development" (quoted in: Hal Draper, Marx's Theory of Revolution, vol. II, 1978). - Throughout the 1850s Marx continued to encourage Eccarius, and to try and make sure his financial needs were met. Marx "in his personal relationships could exercise great tact and generosity [.] he even pawned Jenny's last coat to help Eccarius when he was ill" (David McLellan, Karl Marx. A Biography, 1973, p. 253). This bout of consumption, suffered by Eccarius in 1859, was described by Marx in a letter as "the most tragic thing I have yet experienced in London". Marx also paid Eccarius's rent at a time when when he had to give up tailoring due to bad health, and when three of Eccarius's children died of scarlet fever in 1862, it was Marx who organised an appeal to cover the funeral expenses. - In 1864 Eccarius attended the first meeting of the International Workingmen's Association, the "First International", and was nominated by Marx to speak on his behalf. Three years later, just before "Das Kapital" was published, Eccarius was elected the organisation's Secretary General. He had just written a series of articles in collaboration with Marx entitled "A Working Man's Refutation of Some Points of Political Economy Endorsed and Advocated by John Stuart Mill" (1866-67), much of which was on the subject of capital, labour and population. At the same time, Eccarius was one of those privileged enough to be shown p. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 46083

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Marx, Karl, philosopher and economist (1818-1883).

Verlag: Paris, 24 August [1849]. (1849)

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Beschreibung: Paris, 24 August [1849]., 1849. 8vo. 1 p. on bifolium. In this, one of Marx's few known letters dating from his stay in Paris between June and August 1849, he bids his farewells to the French journalist and politician Ferdinand Flocon (1800-66) on the day of his departure for London: "Mon cher Flocon, J'ai du quitter la France, par ordre de la république honnête, sans pouvoir vous faire mes adieux. M. Wolff, qui vous présentera cette lettre, répresente en mon absence notre journal et notre parti. Je vais résider à Londres. Si vous avez quelque chose à m'écrire, veuillez la remettre à M. Julian Harvey, rédacteur du Northern Star. Salut et fraternité [.]." Flocon was the editor of the democratic newspaper "La Réforme"; Engels hat met him in October 1847 and contributed several articles. While Marx and Engels had little regard for Flocon's petty-bourgeoise politics and at first viewed him chiefly as a tool for their propagandistic purposes, they soon recognized Flocon as a man of character, Engels writing on 28 March 1848: "I've been to visit old Flocon a few times: the fellow still lives in his wretched fifth-floor flat, smokes the most common tobacco in an old clay pipe and has only bought himself a new dressing gown. Otherwise quite as republican in his habits as he was as editor of the 'Réforme', and just as genial, cordial, and outspoken as ever. He's one of the most upright fellows I know." A Montagnard and member of the provisional government of the Republic in 1848 (he would be expelled from France after the 1851 coup d'état), it was Flocon who invited Marx to France with an enthusiastic letter at the very moment when he was evicted from Brussels: "Brave et loyal Marx! Le sol de la République Française est un champs d'azyle pour tous les amis de la liberté. La tyrannie vous a banni: la France libre vous rouvre ses portes à vous [.]" (Paris, 1 March 1848). When the revolutionary fervor seized the rest of Europe, Marx again set off for Germany in April, but in May 1849 the Prussian authorities turned him out. He returned to Paris in June, only to receive a notice of banishment to Brittany on 19 July. Marx fought the order, but lost his appeal on 23 August. On the same day, he wrote to Engels: "I have been banished to the Departement of Morbihan, the Pontine Marshes of Brittany. You will understand that I will have no part in this disguised attempt at murder. Hence, I am leaving France. I cannot have a passport to Switzerland, so I must to London, tomorrow [.]". A day later, he wrote the present farewell to his "cher Flocon", never to return to the continent. - On wove paper with floral design embossed to upper left corner, there marked "8" in faint blue crayron, likely by the recipient. Some browning and light wrinkling; traces of original folds. Some duststains and traces of mounting on blank leaf, but well preserved. Not published in MEGA III.3 (Letters January 1849-December 1850). Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 48703

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Das Kapital. Kritik der politischen Oekonomie. Erster: Marx, Karl.

Marx, Karl.

Verlag: Hamburg, Otto Meissner, 1867. (1867)

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Beschreibung: Hamburg, Otto Meissner, 1867., 1867. 8vo. XII, 784 pp. Slightly later half cloth with marbled covers. Stored in custom-made cloth case with gilt spine label. First edition: a fine copy of one of the most influential books ever published. The exceedingly rare first volume was the only one to be completed by Marx in his lifetime, while the second and third volumes were completed posthumously by Engels from Marx's papers (1885 and 1894). "The history of the twentieth century is Marx's legacy [.] Within one hundred years of his death half the world's population was ruled by governments that professed Marxism to be their guiding faith. His ideas have transformed the study of economics, history, geography, sociology, and literature" (Wheen). "Marx himself modestly described 'Das Kapital' as a continuation of his 'Zur Kritik der politischen Oekonomie', 1859. It was in fact the summation of a quarter of a century's economic studies, mostly in the Reading Room of the British Museum" (PMM). - Stamp of the Würzburg Volksbildungsverein on title page (slightly trimmed at bottom during rebinding ca. 1900). Occasional slight staining to edges near beginning, not touching text; a few pencil annotations by an economic scholar, ca. 1900. Altogether a tight, well-preserved specimen. PMM 359. Rubel 633. Wheen, Marx, p. 1. Books That Made Europe, p. 238. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 48322

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Kapital. Kritika politicheskoj ekonomii. Perevod c nmetskago.: Marx, Karl.

Marx, Karl.

Verlag: St. Petersburg, N. P. Poliakov, 1872. (1872)

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Beschreibung: St. Petersburg, N. P. Poliakov, 1872., 1872. 8vo. (2), XIII, (3), 678 pp. Printed on very thick, heavy, vellum-like paper. Bound in a splendid, contemporary, Russian full diced calf binding with blindstamped and darker coloured rectangular "frames" to boards and to compartments of spine. Gilt title to spine. First edition, first issue in Russian, the first translation of "Das Kapital" into any language: a truly magnificent copy of an otherwise unknown deluxe edition printed on special, very heavy paper, making it about 30% thicker than the usual first edition copies. - Although Marx's other works were banned in Russia, the Tsarist censors passed "Das Kapital" as harmless on account of its length and complexity, and the book - rather unexpectedly - became an immediate success with the Russian intelligentsia in search of a theoretical model for industrializing their economically backward country. The press-run of 3000 copies was soon exhausted, and the ensuing ban on the book, when the board of censorship realized their error, prohibited the planned second edition (which was subsequently brought out in New York). The appearance on the market of any first edition has therefore become a great rarity. No mention of a deluxe edition is made at all in the vast bibliographical literature on "Das Kapital". While one could only speculate on the reason for preparing such a special edition, its number must have been extremely small, likely limited to no more than a handful of copies for a small, exclusive group - possibly to be sought among the young revolutionary intellectuals who had laboured for years to make possible the Russian translation, which soon was going to have such a profound effect on world history. This is the only such copy we have been able to locate. - A bit of wear to extremities and traces of faint dampstaining to boards. Inner front hinge slightly weak; the first few leaves with faint traces of slight dampstaining. Very light occasional brownspotting, otherwise fresh and crisp. Old Russian newspaper-clippings to endpapers. A uniquely produced specimen of one of the most influential books ever published. Marx-Engels Erstdrucke 33. Cf. PMM 359. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 48327

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Marx, Karl, philosopher and economist (1818-1883).

Verlag: 41 Maitland Park Road, London, 1. X. 1879. (1879)

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Beschreibung: 41 Maitland Park Road, London, 1. X. 1879., 1879. 8vo. ½ page on laid paper, torn from a notebook, watermark "Joyn[son] Super[fine]". Unpublished letter to the Chartist and radical freethinker Collet Dobson Collet (1812-98), in English: "My dear Sir, On my return from the seaside I found your letter d.d. 23 September. You will much oblige me by being so kind as to forward me some of the copies of the 'Revelations', as I have none left. Yours very truly [.]". - In very good condition, with intersecting folds, moderate wrinkling and a few creases; the sheet is bright, the writing dark, precise, and easily legible in spite of Marx's distinctively minute hand. - Marx was a close friend of the Collet family, which included the pioneering feminist activist Sophia Dobson Collet, social reformer Clara Collet, and the recipient of this letter, the editor of "The Free Press: A Diplomatic Review", to which Marx contributed a number of articles. The men became good friends and soon held weekly meetings at each other's houses to recite Shakespeare. The assembled group, which was formally coined as the Dogberry Club, included Marx's daughter Eleanor and Collet's daughter Clara, as well as Edward Rose, Dollie Radford, Sir Henry Juta, and Friedrich Engels. The publication to which Marx alludes, "Revelations of the Diplomatic History of the 18th Century", was originally serialized in the "Free Press" from August 1856 to April 1857. Not in MEW 34 (1966). Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 48768

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L'alliance de la démocratie socialiste et l'Association: Marx, Karl /

Marx, Karl / Engels, Friedrich).

Verlag: London & Hamburg, A. Darson & Otto Meissner, 1873. (1873)

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Beschreibung: London & Hamburg, A. Darson & Otto Meissner, 1873., 1873. 8vo. (4), 137, (1) pp. Original printed wrappers. First edition. - From the collection of the French socialist and writer Paschal Grousset (1844-1909) with his autograph note on the title, repeated on the final page: "Ce Rapport est en entier l'ouevre de Karl Marx. Londres, Dec.bre 1874. Paschal Grousset". In fact, scholarship today agrees that the text of the "Conclusion" was jointly edited by Marx and Engels in July 1873, to serve as the final chapter to this brochure which Engels and Lafargue produced according to a resolution at the Congress of the Hague. On the 26th of July 1873, Engels wrote to Sorge: "Lafargue et moi l'avons écrit ensemble, seule la conclusion est de Marx et de moi." - The Corsican-born Grousset was elected a member of the Paris Commune, serving on its Executive Committee and as Delegate for External Affairs. Deported to New Caledonia in 1872, he escaped via Australia, the U.S., and Britain, and it was during this period of exile that he penned the quoted lines in the present volume. Grousset returned to France after the 1880 amnesty and became a sometime collaborator of Jules Verne, as well as a Socialist Deputy for the 12th arrondissement of Paris. - Paper brittle and chipped in places, the printed wrapper more so; spine professionally repaired. Extremely rare. Rubel 726. Stammhammer I, 3. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 48957

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Deutsch-Französische Jahrbücher 1ste und 2te Leiferung [double: MARX, Karl, &

MARX, Karl, & Arnold Ruge (editors & contributors).

Verlag: Paris: Bureau der Jahrbücher, 1844 (1844)

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Beschreibung: Paris: Bureau der Jahrbücher, 1844, 1844. Octavo. Contemporary green ribbed cloth, spine lettered in gilt, edges marbled red. Housed in a green quarter morocco book-style case and chemise by the Chelsea Bindery. Complete with half-title, errata and contents. Some neat pencil marginal annotations, primarily to Marx and Engels's contributions, and one or two instances of faint blue and red pencil underlining. Extremities rubbed, spine lightly sunned, boards a little marked, contents toned and foxed, else in very good condition. Very rare first and only issue, of enormous consequence, a double number which contains the first appearance of both Marx's first major work, Zur Kritik der Hegel'schen Rechtsphilosophie (containing his famous remark that religion is "das Opium des Volks"), and Engels's first work on economics, Umrisse zu einer Kritik der Nationalökonomie, which was "of real importance in the formation of a distinctively Marxian stance towards political economy" (New Palgrave). Marx described the latter as "a work of genius" (Wheen, p. 75). Also included are two further important early articles: Marx's essay on the Jewish question and Engels's review of Carlyle's Past and Present. The Deutsch-Französische Jahrbücher was created in reaction to the censorship and eventual closure of the Rheinische Zeitung. After this blow, most of the Young Hegelians drifted away, devoid of any immediate political action or aims. Marx and Arnold Ruge refused to take that path and decided to produce the Jahrbücher as a way of reuniting German and French socialists. Marx also had his own, more aggressive agenda: he wanted the journal to offer "relentless criticism of the existing world order" and serve as a theoretical basis for practical action. In the event, Ruge fell ill shortly after his arrival in Paris and Marx did most of the editorial work. The publication collected an impressive array of German contributors: apart from Marx and Ruge, there were Feuerbach, Heine, Herwegh and Johann Jacoby, and less well-known figures such as Moses Heß and a young lawyer from the Palatinate named F. C. Bernays, as well as Friedrich Engels. The Russian and future anarchist Bakunin also contributed. Marx published two contributions: Zur Kritik (Introduction to a Critique of the Hegelian Philosophy of Law), and a notice of two books which Bruno Bauer had published on the Jewish question. Lenin was later to write: "Marx's articles in this journal showed that he was already a revolutionary, who advocated 'merciless criticism of everything existing', and in particular the 'criticism by weapons', and appealed to the masses and to the proletariat". Engels's contribution is of key importance. "In 1859 in his own Critique of Political Economy, Marx acknowledged this sketch as 'brilliant' and its impact is discernible in Marx's 1844 writings [the so-called Paris Manuscripts, Marx's first writings as a communist, not published until 1932]. The Umrisse represented the first systematic confrontation between the 'communist' strand of Young Hegelianism and political economy. The communist aspiration was expressed in Feuerbachian language, while the mode of analysis was Hegelian. But, as has recently been demonstrated, the content of Engels's critique was first and foremost a product of his early stay in Manchester" (New Palgrave). The Jahrbücher is noteworthy as the publication which brought Marx and Engels together, leading to future collaboration and a friendship which was to last the rest of their lives. The two men had met once before, in 1842 during a visit by Engels to the office of the Rheinische Zeitung, when it had been "a cool and unmemorable encounter" (Wheen). But in the afterglow of the Jahrbücher they met again in August 1844, Marx's attitude having changed from mistrust to respectful curiosity. They spent ten days together at Marx's apartment, at the end of which they pledged undying friendship. Engels later wrote: "When I visited Marx in Paris in the summer of 1844, our complete agreement in. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 125807

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Deutsch-Französische Jahrbücher 1ste und 2te Lieferung [all: MARX, Karl, and

MARX, Karl, and Arnold RUGE [editors and contributors]

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Beschreibung: Bureau der Jahrbücher, 1844. Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. 8vo; pp. [2], 237, [1] blank, [1] errata, [1] contents, complete with the half-title; some light foxing, light water-staining to the extreme fore-edge of the initial two leaves, the occasional marginal pencil note elsewhere, but an exceptionally good copy in contemporary ribbed cloth, spine lettered gilt; spine and rear board slightly sunned, some surface wear; preserved in a green cloth box, black morocco spine lettered in gilt. VERY RARE FIRST AND ONLY ISSUE, OF ENORMOUS CONSEQUENCE: THIS DOUBLE NUMBER CONTAINS THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF BOTH MARX’S FIRST MAJOR WORK, ZUR KRITIK DER HEGEL’SCHEN RECHTSPHILOSOPHIE (CONTAINING HIS FAMOUS REMARK THAT RELIGION IS THE OPIUM OF THE PEOPLE), AND ENGELS’S FIRST WORK ON ECONOMICS, UMRISSE ZU EINER KRITIK DER NATIONALÖKONOMIE, WHICH WAS ‘OF REAL IMPORTANCE IN THE FORMATION OF A DISTINCTIVELY MARXIAN STANCE TOWARDS POLITICAL ECONOMY’ (The New Palgrave). Marx described Engel’s Umrisse as ‘a work of genius’ (Wheen, p. 75). Also included are two further important early articles: Marx’s essay on the Jewish question and Engels’s review of Carlyle’s Past and Present. The Deutsch-Französische Jahrbücher was created in reaction to the censorship and eventual closure of the Rheinische Zeitung. After this severe blow, most of the Young Hegelians drifted away, devoid of any immediate political action or aims; Marx and Arnold Ruge refused to take that path and decided to produce the Jahrbücher as a way of reuniting German and French socialists. Marx also had his own, more aggressive agenda: he wanted the journal to offer ‘relentless criticism of the existing world order’ and serve as a theoretical basis for practical action. Lenin was later to write: ‘Marx’s articles in this journal showed that he was already a revolutionary, who advocated "merciless criticism of everything existing", and in particular the "criticism by weapons", and appealed to the masses and to the proletariat.’ Engels’s contribution, too, is of key importance. ‘In 1859 in his own Critique of Political Economy, Marx acknowledged this sketch as "brilliant" and its impact is discernible in Marx’s 1844 writings [the so-called ‘Paris Manuscripts’, Marx’s first writings as a communist, which were not published until 1932]. The Umrisse represented the first systematic confrontation between the "communist" strand of Young Hegelianism and political economy. The communist aspiration was expressed in Feuerbachian language, while the mode of analysis was Hegelian. But, as has recently been demonstrated, the content of Engels’s critique was first and foremost a product of his early stay in Manchester ’ (The New Palgrave II, 144f). The Jahrbücher was first planned to be based in Strasbourg, but ultimately was published in Paris, the then centre of socialist thought. Around 1000 copies were published, 800 of which were subsequently confiscated by German police and very few survived. The Prussian government charged Marx with ‘high treason and lèse majesté’ due to his articles, and issued a warrant for his arrest should he enter Prussia. Goedecke VIII, p. 560, 70; Goldsmiths’ 34030; MNE I, p. 350; Rubel 36–38; Stammhammer I, 113; Weisstein 2587; frequently reprinted from the 1880’s onwards, only a handful of copies are recorded of the original edition of this landmark publication. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers d3de49ab42eef771125c6d1003f2b07e

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Marx, Karl].

Verlag: New York, 1857-1860. (1860)

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Beschreibung: New York, 1857-1860., 1860. 6 issues of the New-York Tribune, each within a separate acid-free folder, stored together in a custom-made archival portfolio (44 x 57 cms). A remarkable ensemble of six complete issues of the "Tribune", each containing an anonymous news summary submitted by the paper's London-based correspondent, Karl Marx. Marx had first met Charles Anderson Dana, the managing editor of Horace Greeley's powerful Republican newspaper "New-York Tribune", in 1848, and three years later, Dana invited Marx, by then an exile in Britain, to join the paper as foreign correspondent. The arrangement provided Marx with much-needed income during a period of his life in which Engels could only provide limited financial support. It would also prove the philosopher's longest-lasting stable employment: between 1852 and 1862, Marx contributed some five hundred articles tackling an abundance of topics, from issues of class and the state to world affairs. The present six articles focus on British colonial abuses in the East. They include: 1) Parliamentary Debates on the Chinese Hostilities (16 March 1857, p. 6); 2) [English Atrocities in China] (10 April 1857, p. 4); 3) The British and Chinese Treaty (15 Oct. 1858, p. 3); 4) The New Chinese War, Pt. IV (18 Oct. 1859, p. 6); 5) Trade with China (3 Dec. 1859, p. 8); 6) English Politics (14 Feb. 1860, p. 6). Marx's articles appeared at a time when the struggle against the exploitation of disenfranchised labourers approached a crisis even in the United States. The issues in the present collection were published at the time of the Supreme Court's notorious Dred Scott decision (1857) and of the raid on Harper's Ferry and the subsequent execution of John Brown (1859). The Tribune made no bones about its abolitionist politics, and the affairs are covered in great detail. - "Writing for the Tribune afforded Marx (and to some extent Engels, who worked in a few articles of his own) the unique opportunity to comment on world politics for a mass audience. Never before and never after had they so wide a readership as journalists: during the decade of the 1850s, the Tribune's circulation approached 150,000 copies, dwarfing even the Times [.] The articles appeared unsigned, often as leaders or editorials. Flattering though it must have been that one of the world's foremost newspapers had - albeit temporarily - decided to adopt as their own Marx's views on European politics, the downside was that the journalism still published under Marx's name was of an increasingly inconsequential nature, until his name entirely disappeared from the news columns in April 1855 [.] The American public's interest in Marx's commentary on the international scene was subject to the fluctuations of U.S. attention to European affairs more generally: at its height during the Crimean War, it fully evaporated when the Civil War at home grabbed the headlines" (cf. Neuhaus). - Several tears as well as flaws to edges and corners restored with Japanese paper; a few professional reinforcements as necessary. Occasional loss to text, but Marx's articles not affected on the whole and well-legible throughout. Extremely rare: a fine survival. Cf. M. Neuhaus, Marx als Europakorrespondent der New-York Tribune, in: Z. Zeitschrift Marxistische Erneuerung 88 (2011). Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 49124

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Marx, Karl, philosopher and economist (1818-1883).

Verlag: [London, 1875]. (1875)

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Beschreibung: [London, 1875]., 1875. 144 x 96 mm. Albumen print (vintage), mounted on backing cardboard from the issuing studio of Anton Markreiter, Vienna. Detail of one of the four photos of Marx that the London photographer John Mayall jr. (1842-91) made in rapid sequence. On 25 August 1875, Mayall wrote to Marx that he had mailed him some of the prints the previous day and the remainder would follow in the course of the week. - Mayall was the son of the photographic pioneer John Jabez Edwin Mayall (1813-1901), who in 1860 took the first carte-de-visite photographs of Queen Victoria. The renowned Mayall studio had produced a fine portrait of Marx as early as 1872 (it was used as a frontispiece in the first livraison of the first French edition of "Das Kapital"). - The four 1875 Mayall portraits went on to become Marx's most widely disseminated likeness: after his friend's death in 1883, Engels ordered 1200 prints to send to socialists all over the world, deciding that this was "the final, the best picture, showing Mohr [his nickname for Marx] in all his serene, confident, Olympian calmness". The present specimen, likely one of the set produced in 1883, was distributed by the Viennese anarcho-socialist Anton Markreiter (d. 1908). Born into a bourgeois family and trained for the military, Markreiter escaped the stifling drill of the Austrian army, finally settling as a photographer in Vienna's Hernals district. A pioneer of the Austrian workers' movement, he also published socialist and atheist treatises under the name of "Quidam". - Some spotting, corners of cardboard somewhat bumped, but a fine example. Cf. IISG call no. BG A 9/363. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 49024

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Misère de la philosophie. Réponse à la: MARX, Karl.

MARX, Karl.

Verlag: Paris & Brussels: A. Frank and C. G. Vogler, 1847 (1847)

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Beschreibung: Paris & Brussels: A. Frank and C. G. Vogler, 1847, 1847. Octavo. Uncut and partly unopened in the original printed paper wrappers. Housed in a red quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Wrappers lightly dust soiled, spine perished and partly missing, sewing still very firm, corners and edges a little chipped; without the errata leaf, as often; a very good copy in unrestored condition, preserved in a custom made box. First edition of Marx's caustic attack of Proudhon, "the bitterest attack delivered by one thinker upon another since the celebrated polemics of the Renaissance" (Isaiah Berlin), one of 800 copies. "In 1846 Proudhon published his celebrated book, La Philosophie de la Misère. He and Marx had remained friends, though their relation had not been intimate since the departure of the latter from Paris. Shortly before the appearance of the book, Proudhon wrote to Marx: 'I await your critical rod' (J'attends votre férule critique). He had not long to wait. Marx had no sooner received a copy of the book and read it than he began to write, in French, a reply to it. This was published in Paris and Brussels in 1847 and forever shattered the friendship of the two men The book is a masterpiece of polemical writing. Economic criticism does not generally make very fascinating or exhilarating reading, but Marx's book had both merits. The language is singularly simple and beautiful, the scorn is scathing, the satire keen, and the logic impenetrable. Marx smites Proudhon hip and thigh and makes his work appear as trivial as a schoolboy's essay. For readers of a later generation the brilliance of the book has rather tended to obscure its real merit and importance. For us today the importance of the work lies less in its controversial character, the refutation of Proudhon's theories, than in the fact that it contains the first fruits of the immense amount of reading done during the visit to England in the summer of 1845, and a full and generous recognition of that brilliant school of English Ricardian Socialists, from whom he has been charged with "pillaging" his ideas. It has also another and greater merit. In it we get the first approach to a comprehensive exposition of the materialistic conception of history. Here we find elaborated the theory that history must be interpreted in the light of economic development The Misère de la Philosophie created a sensation in radical circles, as might have been expected, and added considerably to the fame of the author" (John Spargo, Karl Marx: His Life and Work, p. 92f). Die Erstdrucke der Werke von Marx und Engels, p. 10; Draper M681; Rubel 55; Sraffa 3837. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 119971

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Das kommunistische Manifest. Neue Ausgabe mit einem: MARX, Karl, &

MARX, Karl, & Friedrich Engels.

Verlag: Leipzig: Verlag der Expedition des "Volksstaat" [Druck von Fr. Thiele], 1872 (1872)

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Beschreibung: Leipzig: Verlag der Expedition des "Volksstaat" [Druck von Fr. Thiele], 1872, 1872. Small octavo (176 x 109 mm), pp. 27. Original printed wrappers with green backstrip, sewn. Housed in a custom red morocco folding case. Ownership inscription, "Georg Vogel, cand. phil. Würzburg" to front wrapper in ink, a few very faint pencil marks. A number of discreet repairs using Japanese tissue, overall browned and creased with some staining, else a very good copy. Very rare first Liebknecht edition, marking a pivotal moment in the Communist Manifesto's publishing history, containing the first publication of the new preface by Marx and Engels and the first appearance in print of the now canonical title Das kommunistische Manifest, adapted from its earlier iteration, Manifest der kommunistischen Partei. Notably scarce, it is recorded as having appeared only once at auction (Galerie Bassenge, 2011) and OCLC locates just eleven copies in institutions worldwide (four in Germany, three in Switzerland, two in the US, and one apiece in Poland and the Netherlands). In March 1872 the Manifesto was read into the official court records as evidence during leading social democrats Wilhelm Liebknecht and August Bebel's treason trial in Leipzig, rendering it legally publishable in Germany for the first time (the first edition had been published in London in 1848). Over the next few months the party arranged for the trial record to appear in serial fascicules, with the Manifestoappearing in the third and final fascicule in mid-June. However, it was only in the offprint edition published by Liebknecht's Volkstaat press (of which this present copy is an example) that the new June 24 preface by Marx and Engels was printed, with an additional title page. In the preface Marx and Engels express their wish to prepare a revised edition with an introduction bridging the historical development since the first edition of 1848. Despite their plans, the preface remained unchanged for many subsequent editions. The Liebknecht text is especially notable for being the first manifesto to appear under the shortened title Das kommunistische Manifest. This proved to be a historic change and helped to draw the pamphlet out of the obscurity it had fallen into during the 1850s and 60s. Due to censorship – and fear of another treason trial – the Liebknecht Manifesto could not be advertised publicly, and very few copies of the small print-run were distributed. "The offprint edition – which is historically labelled the 1872 edition – was actually produced in only a few copies plus a batch of a hundred sent to Engels himself Engels sent copies of this edition around Europe, in response to requests, as a model for foreign editions and reprints. Thus this ghost-edition became the progenitor of many real ones" (Draper, The Marx–Engels Chronicle, pp. 179–80, 34). Andréas, Le Manifeste Communiste 72; Die Erstdrucke der Werke von Marx und Engels, p. 14; Draper ST/ME29a; Rubel 712. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 125973

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Marx, Karl.

Verlag: New York, The Humboldt Publishing Company, January-April 1891. (1891)

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Beschreibung: New York, The Humboldt Publishing Company, January-April 1891., 1891. Large 8vo. 4 vols. (= all published). XVIII, 126, (8) pp. 127-254, (8) pp. 255-382, (8) pp. 383-506 pp., blank leaf, (10) pp. Printed original wrappers stored in four separate brown cloth portfolios within matching slipcase. Extremely rare: this pirated edition constitutes the first American-produced independent printing of the first volume of "Das Kapital", published in four successive issues of "The Humboldt Library of Science" (based at 19 Astor Place, New York), Double Numbers 135-138 (second issue: a set of nos. 135-138 in the Karl Marx Memorial Library Luxembourg is dated from September 1 to October 15, 1890). Follows the legitimate first American edition produced in 1889 by Appleton & Co. in New York (a re-issue of the 1887 London edition), from sheets supplied by Swan Sonnenschein & Co. in London with a new title page only. - Closely printed, the work here comprises no more than 506 pages, followed by the list of the works and authors quoted. Each of the four parts has four leaves of publisher's ads at the end. - Text very slightly browned but mostly clean and well-preserved. Spines somewhat brittle and flaky; first volume reinforced at the spine; occasional edge chipping. No copy in the British Library; the only known copies are in the Library of Congress, in Moscow, and in Berlin (now likely in the Foundation Archives of Parties and Mass Organisations of the GDR in the Federal Archives [SAPMO]). - Provenance: from the collection of Chimen Abramsky (1916-2010), London. Not in Adams, Radical Literature in America, or in Marx-Engels Erstdrucke. Cf. PMM 359. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 47443

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Capital: Critical Analysis of Capitalist Production. Translated: Marx, Karl.

Marx, Karl.

Verlag: New York, The Humboldt Publishing Co., [c.1891]. (1891)

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Beschreibung: New York, The Humboldt Publishing Co., [c.1891]., 1891. Large 8vo. xviii, 506, (52) pp. Publisher's maroon buckram, gilt lettered to the spine, black ruled and lettered to the upper board, patterned endpapers. First American printing. The first volume of Karl Marx's groundbreaking work was published in German in 1867 with a second edition in 1873. The author died before the third edition could be issued with Engels stepping in to bring it to completion in 1883 using Marx's notes for his extensive revisions for the earlier first French edition. Engels compiled and edited Volumes II and III from Marx's papers and these appeared in 1885 and 1894. In this period Engels was also able to oversee this translation of the first part, its first appearance in the English language. The translation was carried out by Moore, well connected in British socialist circles, he translated the Communist Manisfesto a year later under Engels editorship. He was ably assisted by Aveling - the partner of Eleanor Marx, the youngest daughter of the author, who was also enlisted to check the quotations used in the work. The first edition with an American imprint appeared in 1889, published by Appleton though it was printed at Aberdeen University Press from Swan Sonnenschein's first edition, itself printed in Perth, so this particular edition is the first to have been printed in the US. Interestingly, Engels in his preface writes of Marx intending for there to be an American edition in his lifetime, but that nothing came of it "for want of a fit and proper translator". - A couple of chips and neat repair to the front endpaper, very good. PMM 359. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 48790

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Marx, Karl

Verlag: Shanghai and Beijing: Quin'Lyn and East Asia Books

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Herr Vogt.: Marx, Karl.

Marx, Karl.

Verlag: London, A. Petsch & Co., 1860. (1860)

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Beschreibung: London, A. Petsch & Co., 1860., 1860. 8vo. VI, (2), 191, (1) pp. Modern half calf with marbled covers and edges. First edition of Marx's longest polemical work, aimed against the polical writer and democrat of 1848, the naturalist Karl Vogt (1817-95). A member of the German pre-parliament on the extreme left, Vogt had become professor of geology in Geneva in 1852 (he later also held the chair of zoology). The libel suit which he brought against the Augsburg "Allgemeine Zeitung" was tried at the Augsburg district court on 24 October 1859. "An important historical document, and a classic example of irreconcilable political controversy" (cf. Sauer & Auvermann V, 2340). A new and improved edition was published in Moscow in 1941 by the Marx-Engels-Lenin-Institute. Some browning as common; occasional edge chipping due to paper, but a good copy from the estate of the Frankfurt lawyer Wilhelm A. Schaaf (1929-2015). Marx-Engels Erstdrucke 26. Stammhammer I, 145, 22. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 46959

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Advance announcements of the publication of Das: MARX, Karl.
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Beschreibung: Geneva: Verlag der Association, 1867, 1867. Octavo (204 x 122 mm), a complete run (72 monthly issues). Recent purple half morocco and marbled paper boards, new endpapers, retaining the original front free endpaper (see below). Spine lettered and dated in gilt (with the title misspelled as "Der Verbote"). Contents generally clean with occasional spotting and dampstains, some stab-holes visible at gutters, a few issues trimmed in the binding process, those printed on inferior paper stock fragile at the margins and with a few short tears and more toning than others, 1 full leaf (April 1868) and 1 half-leaf (January 1870) cut away and 4 other instances of excised portions clipped from the text by a previous owner (March 1866, pp. 47–8; March 1867, pp. 43–4; March 1869, p. 43–4; March 1870, pp. 37–8); a rare survival. Contemporary ownership inscription of "J. Most" - Johann Most (1846–1906 in blue pencil, a second inscription to title page of April 1869 issue, and occasional marginalia and underlining to the text. First edition of Marx's formal announcements, both signed and unsigned, of the publication of the first volume of his magnum opus, Das Kapital, in the important and uncommon revolutionary socialist journal Der Vorbote, from the library of the German radical journalist and agitator Johann Most, who played a part in Capital's publication history and with whom Marx had a turbulent relationship. When the first volume of Capital was finally published on 14 September 1867, Marx and Engels "set about breaking through the silence of the German press" (Draper I 1867.1) by placing notices in various international papers, with limited success. In the following months Engels wrote many reviews, only some of which were accepted for publication, and while eventually advertisements and extracts would appear in the Beobachter, Bee Hive, and the Courrier Français, among a small number of others, by the start of 1868 "Capital is still getting the silent treatment in the bourgeois press [although] both wings of the German workers' movement give it considerable publicity" (Draper 1868.2). Marx had written to the founder and editor of Der Vorbote, Johann Philipp Becker (1809–1886), in April 1867 to pre-emptively ask for his help; as a result, the first advance announcement appeared in Der Vorbote's issue of the same month, with two further pre-publication announcements printed in the June and July issues. The official announcement of Capital's publication was printed in the September issue, with successive notices printed in October and November. These were some of the earliest notices to be printed after Capital's publication and are all included in this volume. Der Vorbote, published in 72 monthly issues from 1866 to 1871, was the official organ of the German-speaking section of the First International, edited by Becker and with highly valuable contributions from most of the major figures of 19th-century international communism such as Bebel, Engels, Liebknecht, Marx, and Sorge. This volume includes the full published proceedings of the first four Congresses of the International; Becker's many Manifestos on behalf of the German and Swiss factions of the International; coverage of the Paris Commune from 1871; and news and correspondence regarding German-speaking sections outside Europe, including, in several consecutive issues from 1870 to 1871, a series of articles under the headline "An die Deutschen New York's". Johann Most is best known for his later anarchist period in America, particularly in relation to the Haymarket plot, but his reputation as an agitator was established in Germany as the editor of a series of social-democratic papers including the Berliner Freie Press. Most was responsible for the first abridgement of Capital (volume 1) which was published as a small booklet in 1873 under the title Kapital und Arbeit. Ein populärer Auszug aus "Das Kapital" von Karl Marx (Draper ST/51). Taking issue with some of Most's abbreviations which he felt distorted the sense, Marx revi. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 120907

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Beschreibung: 1872. Hardcover. Zustand: Good. 1st Edition. The first edition in Russian (Vol 1 and only) . Lifetime editions . The first is ` Kapital` Karl Marx was the only one of all volumes Kapital` ' , which was released during the life of the founder (1867 ) and in final form has been edited by him. In it , Marx expounded his major scientific discovery : the principle of the dual nature of work , consisting in the product , the famous theory of surplus value ( value ) , the rationale of the materialist conception of history and trends of capitalist accumulation. Language: Hebrew. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers Plka001

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Herr Vogt.: MARX, Karl.

MARX, Karl.

Verlag: London: A. Petsch & Co., deutsche Buchhandlung, 1860 (1860)

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Beschreibung: London: A. Petsch & Co., deutsche Buchhandlung, 1860, 1860. Octavo (226 ×149 mm). Original publisher's printed wrappers, spine skilfully renewed. Housed in a custom made chemise and slipcase, lettered in black. Ownership inscription at the head of the title-page of the Italian Socialist Luigi dal Pane, noting the earlier ownership of the Italian Marxist theoretician Antonio Labriola. Additional stamp of a Swiss collector to front wrapper. Spine skilfully renewed and covers lined with some neat restoration. Occasional light spotting and staining as usual. Small old ownership stamp erased from margin of first, last and one text leaf. A very good, uncut copy of this extremely rare publication. First edition of the work which Marx took the best part of a year away from the writing of Capital to complete. It is an answer to the slanders against himself, Engels and their supporters which appeared in Karl Vogt's 1859 pamphlet, Mein Prozess gegen die Allgemeine Zeitung. "Herr Vogt is Marx's 'forgotten' work. Mentioned in passing – if at all – in biographical studies, and scarcely at all in discussions of his writings, it has remained for over a century largely neglected. He knew before its publication that many 'clever men' would be 'completely unable to grasp how I could squander my time on refuting such infantile nonsense'. What the clever men and their successors over the years could not or would not understand is that for Marx in 1860, as for Marxists today, the defence and security of the revolutionary party was of paramount concern Vogt had taken the side of the petty-bourgeois democrats in 1848. Now he reached for the foulest slanders against Communists, [alleging] that they engaged in secret and violent conspiracies and that Marx acted among them like a dictator. In this book Marx answers Vogt line for line and charge for charge. In the first chapters he holds up to ridicule Vogt's assertion that the Communists constituted a secret conspiratorial gang, producing evidence from German emigrés which leaves the slanderer's arguments in tatters. Marx spares neither wit nor invective in demolishing his opponent" (R. A. Archer, in the preface to his English translation of Herr Vogt [1982]). Karl Vogt was "quietly teaching in Switzerland when an obscure German refugee newspaper in London accused him of being a paid agent of Napoleon III. The matter might have been forgotten if Liebknecht had not sent the accusation to the Allgemeine Zeitung, which was published in Augsburg. Liebknecht was the London representative of the German newspaper. The Allgemeine Zeitung published the story. Vogt was incensed, sued the newspaper for libel, and although the case was dismissed, he was able to claim a technical victory. He suspected, quite wrongly, that Marx was behind the attack. In fact Marx found little pleasure in the affair which dragged on for many weeks, and was relieved when it was over. Matters might have rested in the peace of exhaustion, but late in 1859 the bitterness flared up again. A small book appeared in Germany bearing the title Mein Prozess gegen die Allgemeine Zeitung. It was Vogt's account of his lawsuit against the Allgemeine Zeitung with a stenographic record of the court proceedings and whatever explanatory and contributory documents the author could lay his hands on. Vogt was a scientist, and he took care that the documents should be quoted with exemplary accuracy. Occasionally he would give initials rather than full names, but he was careful not to tamper with anything else. Here, finally, was the full evidence for Marx's treachery and duplicity as revealed in precise and objective testimony. There were no appeals to the gallery, only the documents. Vogt's presentation was masterly, and no one reading the book casually could imagine that it would be possible to rebut the evidence" (Payne, Marx, a biography, p. 318). Marx, outraged at the attack, replied in 1860 with Herr Vogt, in which he denounced Vogt for intrigue, slander, and double-dealing. Draper ST/M 51; Rubel 567. See. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 86306

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KARL MARX - FREDERIC ENGELS.

Verlag: Evkaf Matbaasi (Aydinlik Külliyâti No. 9)., [R.: 1339], Istanbul (1923)

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Beschreibung: Evkaf Matbaasi (Aydinlik Külliyâti No. 9)., [R.: 1339], Istanbul, 1923. Soft cover. Zustand: Very Good. 1st Edition. Paperback. Cr. 8vo. (20 x 14 cm). In Ottoman script. 52 p. Sefik Hüsnü, (1887-1959) was a Turkish doctor and politician. In 1912, he completed the Faculty of Science and Medicine at Paris Sorbonne University and became a specialist in nerve diseases. He closely followed the activities of the Young Turks. It was his first meeting with Communism in Paris. Sefik Hüsnü communicated with the Young Turks in Paris and his struggle continued in Istanbul. He served as a medical captain on Balkan Wars, (1912-1913) and the Dardanelles Front in the World War I. After the war, he tried to join the Turkish revolutionaries. During the Armistice period his articles were published in "Kurtulus" Magazine. He was elected secretary-general of Turkey Socialist Party of Workers and Farmers (TIÇSF) which he was among the founders of the "Turkish Spartakists" from Berlin (1919). He began publishing "Aydinlik" journal which was a publication organ of clandestine Turkish Communist Party (TKP) in June, 1921. This first translation of Communist Manifesto into Ottoman Turkish was translated by him in those years under a serie called "Aydinlik" (means 'bright'). First Edition in Turkish / Ottoman world. Özege 11121. Extremely rare. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 046134

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Nishcheta filosofii: otviet na Filosofiiu nishchety g.: Marx, Karl.

Marx, Karl.

Verlag: Geneva, Osvobozdenie Truda, 1886. (1886)

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Beschreibung: Geneva, Osvobozdenie Truda, 1886., 1886. 8vo. XXXI, (1), 154, (2) pp., 2 blank leaves. Publisher's printed wrappers with advertisements on the back. First Russian edition of Marx's "Misère de la philosophie", which was written as a comment on "The System of Economic Contradictions, or the Philosophy of Poverty" ("Système des contradictions économiques ou philosophie de la misère", 1846) by the French anarchist Pierre-Joseph Proudhon. "Numerous commentators in the Marxist tradition recognize 'The Poverty of Philosophy' as a pivotal work in Karl Marx's intellectual and political development. Shortly after it was published in July 1847, Frederick Engels hailed it as the basis of 'our programme', a necessary theoretical guide to any platform of an emerging proletarian party" (Roberto). - The present edition was published by the Gruppa Osvobozhdenie Truda (Association for the Emancipation of Labour), the first Russian-language Marxist political organization, based in Geneva. The group was very active in translating, publishing Marxist works in Russian and distributing them. - Spine split. Traces of earlier side-stitching, but lacking the threads, hence many loose leaves. Right corner torn off from the head of the wrapper. Some minor browning in the lower margins and a tiny hole in the title page, but with the text generally sound. OCLC 54864287. Cf. M. J. Roberto, Karl Marx, Progress and World History: Significance of the Poverty of Philosophy. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 47996

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Karl Marx

Verlag: Gordon Press (1975)

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Karl Marx; Translator-E. Paul; Translator-C. Paul

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Karl Marx

Verlag: Intl Pub (1984)

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Marx, Karl.

Verlag: Paris, Maurice Lachatre/Librairie du Progrès, [1872-1875]. (1875)

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Beschreibung: Paris, Maurice Lachatre/Librairie du Progrès, [1872-1875]., 1875. Small folio (204 x 292 mm). 351, (1) pp., including wood-engraved half title, title page, portrait, and facsimile; vignette illustrations throughout. Early 20th century red half morocco with giltstamped spine title; original 1875 yellow wrappers bound within. In custom-made red morocco-backed clamshell case. First French edition, published in instalments between 1872 and 1875 (cf. ME-Erstdrucke). Includes the wrapper covers issued in 1875 when the volume was complete. - Occasional mild foxing (more pronounced in wrappers); insignificant inch-long tear to lower edge of upper wrapper cover as well as 1872 half title and title page. Marx-Engels Erstdrucke 33. Stammhammer I, 145. Books That Made Europe, p. 248. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 45418

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Capital: A Critical Anaysis of Capitalist Production: MARX, Karl

MARX, Karl

Verlag: London Swan Sonnenschein (1887)

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Beschreibung: London Swan Sonnenschein, 1887. First Edition in English of Marx's "Das Kapital" MARX, Karl. Capital: A Critical Analysis of Capitalist Production. London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1887. First edition in English of the first part of Das Kapital, the only part published in Marx's lifetime, translated from the third German edition (which incorporated the important revisions Marx made in the course of the preparation of the French translation). Edited by Frederick Engels. Two octavo volumes (8 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches; 222 x 140 mm). xxxi, [1, blank], 363, [1 blank]; [iv], [365]-816 pp. With half-titles in each volume. Publisher's original maroon cloth, rebacked with original spines laid down. Boards ruled in blind. Spine lettered in gilt. Dark brown coated endpapers. Spines lightly sunned. Head and tail of the original spine cloth chipped. Minor fraying to edges of endpapers. Some minor pencil marginalia occasionally throughout. Some offsetting to title-page of volume I from newspaper portraits of Marx and Jevons, tipped in on page facing title-page. Some light toning throughout and a bit heavier to pages 688-689 in volume II. Overall a very good copy. In a custom red cloth slipcase. Expelled from Paris in 1844, from Brussels in 1848, and from Cologne in 1849, Karl Marx moved to London where, with the loyal financial support of Frederick Engels, he endured hunger, the deaths of three of his children and the nervous breakdown of his wife, spending most of the next two decades in the British Museum, immersed in research for his great historical analysis of capitalism. Upon publication of Marx's masterpiece in Hamburg, 1867, the International Working Men's Association passed a resolution officially describing Das Kapital as the "Bible of the working class." Only the first volume was completed and published in Marx's lifetime; the remainder of the work was later constructed by Engels from Marx's posthumous papers. This first volume is the "Critical Analysis of Capitalist Production" including the central concept of surplus value. Translated by an old friend and the son-in-law of Marx, this first edition in English is edited by Engels and incorporates revisions Marx made for the first French translation. "Marx himself modestly described Das Kapital as a continuation of his Zur Kritik des Politischen Oekonomie, 1859. It was in fact the summation of his quarter of a century's economic studies.The "Athenaeum" reviewer of the first English translation (1887) later wrote: "Under the guise of a critical analysis of capital, Karl Marx's work is principally a polemic against capitalists and the capitalist mode of production, and it is this polemical tone which is its chief charm.' the Historical-polemical passages, with their formidable documentation from British official sources, have remained memorable; and, as Marx wrote to Engels while the volume was still in the press, "I hope the bourgeoisie will remember my carbuncles all the rest of their lives.' Carbuncles, financial embarrassment and political preoccupations of many kinds hampered Marx's work on Das Kapital, which he would never have completed but for the material and moral support of Engel." (PMM 359). "In his funeral eulogy for Karl Marx, Frederick Engels, concluded that "Marx was above all a revolutionary, and his great aim in life was to cooperate in this or that fashion in the overthrow of capitalist society and the State constitutions which it has created." . It is doubtful that any figure in history has inspired more violently contradictory opinions than Karl Marx" (Downs, 22). Einaudi. Goldsmiths'. Kress. Printing and the Mind of Man 359. HBS 67866. $9,500. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 67866

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Kapitalen. Første Bind. Kapitalens Produktionsproces. Oversat efter: MARX, Karl.
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Beschreibung: Copenhagen: N. Cohens Bogtrykkeri, 1885 & 1887, 1887. 2 volumes in 1, quarto. Modern red buckram, spine lettered in gilt, top edge sprinkled black. Without the half-titles ("Socialistisk Bibliotek Vol. IV–V"). Previous ownership inscription in blue ink to front free endpaper, with the quotation, "The expropriators are expropriated. p. 462, I", inscribed underneath in red ink; library stamp to vol. 2, p. 1. Spine slightly faded, ends a little bruised and rubbed, contents evenly browned with some chipping to page edges as usual due to paper quality, front and rear gutters and several page edges neatly reinforced using Japanese tissue, overall a very good, clean copy of a fragile publication. First edition in Danish of Das Kapital. Marx's seminal work first appeared in German in 1867, and the first translation of the work was that into Russian (1872). The first English translation appeared after the Danish, in 1887. "The history of the twentieth century is Marx's legacy. Stalin, Mao, Che, Castro — the icons and monsters of the modern age have all presented themselves as his heirs. Whether he would recognise them as such is quite another matter Nevertheless, within one hundred years of his death half the world's population was ruled by governments that professed Marxism to be their guiding faith. His ideas have transformed the study of economics, history, geography, sociology and literature. Not since Jesus Christ has an obscure pauper inspired such global devotion — or been so calamitously misinterpreted" (Francis Wheen, in his introduction to Karl Marx, 1999). See Printing and the Mind of Man 359 (first edition). Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 122813

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Das Kapital. Kritik der politischen Oekonomie. Zweiter: MARX, Karl.

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Verlag: Hamburg: Otto Meissner, 1885 (1885)

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Beschreibung: Hamburg: Otto Meissner, 1885, 1885. Octavo (207 x 136 mm). Near-contemporary black quarter calf, marbled paper boards, spines ruled in blind. Bound with the first state and the cancelled state of pp. 515-6, with the former spelling "Konsumtionsfonds" with a C and with the latter with a printer's error obscuring some text, and bound without the terminal imprint leaf. Extremities worn and boards scuffed, hinges cracked but firm, endpapers lightly marked. Without the terminal imprint leaf. Paper repair to title page verso, small tear to upper edge of sig. 14.4, worm-damage to upper margins of gathering 33 and rear free endpaper, not affecting text, overall a very good copy. With a Russian illustrated stamp celebrating the centenary of Das Kapital's publication laid-in. First edition of the second volume of Das Kapital, edited from Marx's manuscripts by Friedrich Engels. "Marx himself modestly described Das Kapital as a continuation of his Zur Kritik de politischen Oekonomie, 1859. It was in fact the summation of his quarter of a century's economic studies, mostly in the Reading Room of the British Museum. The Athenaeum reviewer of the first English translation (1887) later wrote: 'Under the guise of a critical analysis of capital, Karl Marx's work is principally a polemic against capitalists and the capitalist mode of production, and it is this polemical tone which is its chief charm'. The historical-polemical passages, with their formidable documentation from British official sources, have remained memorable; and, as Marx (a chronic furunculosis victim) wrote to Engels while the volume was still in the press, 'I hope the bourgeoisie will remember my carbuncles all the rest of their lives'." (PMM). "The history of the twentieth century is Marx's legacy. Stalin, Mao, Che, Castro—the icons and monsters of the modern age have all presented themselves as his heirs. Whether he would recognise them as such is quite another matter Nevertheless, within one hundred years of his death half the world's population was ruled by governments that professed Marxism to be their guiding faith. His ideas have transformed the study of economics, history, geography, sociology and literature. Not since Jesus Christ has an obscure pauper inspired such global devotion—or been so calamitously misinterpreted." (Francis Wheen, in his introduction to Karl Marx, 1999). Einaudi 3772; Mattioli 2284; Sraffa 3867. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 118737

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Verlag: Paris: Éditeurs, Maurice Lachatre et Cie (1875)

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Beschreibung: Paris: Éditeurs, Maurice Lachatre et Cie, 1875. Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. 1st Edition. First French language book edition of Das Kapital, following an issue in parts from August 1872 to May 1875. Translated from the second German edition by M. J. Roy with significant revisions by Marx. Quarto. 351, [1, table of contents] pp. Title page with architectural vignette. Alternate title page with "1re Livraison" and original issue price of "Dix Centimes" printed in lower margin. Portrait. Letter from the author to Maurice Lachâtre in facsimile, with the publisher's response on the verso. Text in two columns with engraved head- and tail-pieces. Bound in modern quarter black morocco over marbled boards with matching endpapers, spine lettered in gilt with five raised bands. Light shelf-wear, some leaves toned, occasional foxing throughout, and the rare small closed tear or modest stain. [Einaudi 3770. Printing and the Mind of Man 359.]. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers C-1C-B

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Verlag: 18721875, Paris, (1872)

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Beschreibung: 18721875, Paris, 1872. Editeurs, Maurice Lachatre et Cie, pp. 351 (1). Prima traduzione francese tratta dalla seconda edizione tedesca, stampata a dispense e costantemente revisionata dallo stesso Marx (come testimonia la prefazione); illustrata, con testo stampato in due colonne. La nostra copia contiene la «Table des materies», il ritratto, il titolo, l?occhietto e il facsimile della lettera a Maurice Lachatre. Si tratta della prima tiratura, che presenta le note differenze con la seconda edita (sempre senza data) nel 1878 dalla Librairie Du Progrès. Cfr. Rubel, 634; Einaudi, 3770. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 11053

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