With numerous illustrations. Folio,orig.cloth. Title/list of engravings in xerox, page 297/98 with tape repaired, lacks page 357/58. (LUE0600A). N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. Vol. 4.
Éditeur : London, William Little, Jan. 1st.-June 30th.1844.
Description du livre Complete in 18 disbound sheets. Full and double-page illustrations. Photographs and sketches of - The Glasgow Industrial Exhibition; The War in China; French submarine 'Gustave Zede' etc. Short story 'A Charming Family' by George Gissing. Interesting adverts. N° de réf. du libraire 13222
Description du livre Ingram House Publishers, London, 1953. Magazine. État : Good. Etat de la jaquette : No Dust Jacket. Vol. 222. N° de réf. du libraire 101875
Description du livre Ingram House Publishers, London, 1953. Magazine. État : Good. Etat de la jaquette : No Dust Jacket. Vol. 223. N° de réf. du libraire 101896
Description du livre International News Company, New York, 1915. Soft cover. État : Very Good. No Jacket. Topical, et al. (illustrateur). First Edition First Printing. Elephant Folio - over 15 - 23" tall. The outer wraps are lightly soiled and lightly rubbed. Contains photo spreads of "the Balkan cockpit" and a color spread "Strumnitza Station" (among others) and drawing spreads of "with the Grand Duke Nicholas" (among others). Among the articles are "Our Notebook" by Chesterton. It is profusely illustrated with black & white photos and drawings and has many great period ads. It has pp. 649-684. N° de réf. du libraire 008258
Description du livre William Little, London, 1844. Soft cover. État : Very Good. 400x280. Early single issue of this famous illustrated weekly journal, noted for its fine woodcuts. Neatly disbound. General light browning, commensurate with age. Contents: The Court of Directors, East India House. Electric Printing Telegraph, South Western Railway. The South Eastern Railway. Royal Botanic Society's Gardens. Wreck of "The Waterman" Steamer, off Hastings. Court of Proprietors, East India Company. Mr Day's "The Ugly Buck" and Lord George Bentinck's "The Devil to Pay" - Race for the 2000 Guineas at New Market. Parliamentary Portraits. Royal Academy - Prize Sculpture. History of Wood-Engraving (continued). N° de réf. du libraire ILN18440504
Description du livre Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1852. Disbound. État : Near Fine. First Edition. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 489-504; previously disbound from bound volume; light, minor age spots throughout. With numerous, and splendid engravings, and detailed reportage of current events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music, highlights include: lead article The Great Free-Trade Debate; front cover engraving Funeral of the Late Duke of Wellington - Entrance of the Procession into St. Paul's Cathedral; The Revolutions in the River Plate (with engraving Battle of Monte Caseros and The Battle of Tonelero - "Alfonso" Steamer); General Don Justo Jose de Urquiza (with engraving); Vice-Admiral Grenfell, of the Imperial Brazilian Navy (with engraving); The Burmese War (with engraving The Dagon Pagoda, at Rangoon); The Empire in France (with two engravings); The Inundation at Oxford (with striking full-page engraving and two others: The Inundation of Christchurch Meadows, Oxford, and The Inundation at Birmingham, Sketched Below Deritend-Bridge); The Late Dr. [Gideon A.] Mantell (with portrait engraving); Foynes Harbour, River Shannon (with engraving); The Screw Steam-Ship "Adelaide" (with engraving and diagrams); Smithfield Club Cattle Show (with engraving). N° de réf. du libraire 006826
Description du livre Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1854. Soft cover. État : Good. First Edition. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 181-200 including Supplement plus four pages of advertisements, unpaginated; previously disbound from bound volume; light narrow waterstain along upper edges and fore-edges of each page (to blank margins only and not affecting pagination); pages lightly age-browned; periodic light age spots. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and primary news items, lengthy regular columns, all containing detailed reportage of London, local, domestic, colonial, and foreign news and events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music. Highlights of this issue include: lead article Ready for the Conflict ("It seems to have puzzled various members of the British Legislature to decide whether we were actually at peace or at war with Russia"); China: Its Present Condition and Prospects; lengthy Preparations for War (with engravings The Rifle Brigade Embarking in 'The Vulcan' War Steamer, at Portsmouth; The Grenadier Guards Embarking in 'The Ripon' Steamer at Southampton; The Coldstream Guards, in 'The Orinoco' Steamer, Leaving Southampton; Embarkation of the 50th Regiment - Queen's Own - on Board 'The Cambria' at Kingstown); splendid full-page engraving Troops for the War - British Infantry Guards; splendid full-page engraving Troops for the War - British Infantry; Stag-Hunting (with two engravings); Paris Fashions for March (with engravings); short Turkish Sentinels (with engraving); Schumla - Interview with Omer Pacha - The Fortifications (with two engravings: front cover engraving Interview of British Visitors With Omer Pacha, at Schumla; rear page engraving Fort of Fidieh-Tabiassi - View of the Town and Plain of Schumla); short Embarkation of Troops in the 'Himalaya' Steam-Ship (with engraving); short The Emperor Napoleon's Speech. N° de réf. du libraire 007424
Description du livre George C. Leighton, Publisher, 1865. Soft cover. État : Near Fine. 1st Edition. A complete issue containing pages 101-124, previously disbound from bound volume. [LEAD ARTICLE] The Queen's Letter on Railway Accidents [ENGRAVINGS, accompanied by articles or news items, INCLUDE] Shipping the Atlantic Telegraph Cable on Board The Great Eastern (front-page); Ascent of the Peter Botte Mountain, Mauritius; New Building of the Willenhall Literary Institute; St. Paul's Church, Langleybury; Scene of the Accident at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Schools, Horseferry-Road, Westminster; Sketches of Cashmere and Little Thibet (Skardo, on the Indus, Little Thibet; Baramula, at the Entrance to the Valley of Cashmere; Port of Kartsabrusha on the Indus); Progress of the Thames Embankment at the Temple Gardens (full-page); Japanese Soldiers in Yokohama; A Refreshment-Stall in Yokohama; The Right Hon. John Barrington, Lord Mayor of Dublin; Wreck of the African Mail Steam-Ship Armenian on the Arklow Bank, St. George's Channel; Ruins of the Surrey Theatre on the Morning After the Fire; The Fort of Dalimkote, Lately Captured by the British Troops in Bhootan; Opening of the German Gymnastic Hall, Old St. Pancras Road. Condition: small hole-punched "STANFORD UNIVERSITY" to upper right former of front cover. N° de réf. du libraire 007775
Description du livre George C. Leighton, Publisher, 1865. Soft cover. État : Fine. 1st Edition. A complete issue containing pages 197-220, previously disbound from bound volume. [LEAD ARTICLE] The Condition-of-Ireland Question [ENGRAVINGS, accompanied by articles or news items, INCLUDE] Funeral Procession of the Duke of Northumberland Passing Through Bondgate, Alnwick (front-page); New Stone Pulpit in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin; Public Well at Stoke Row, Ipsden, Oxfordshire, the Gift of the Maharajah of Benares; Ancient Church of St. Doulough, Near Dublin, Lately Restored; St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, Recently Restored (full-page); Alnwick Castle, the Seat of the Late Duke of Northumberland (full-page); "Caught," Painted by E. Nicol, in the Winter Exhibition, 53, Pall-Mall (full-page); Prize Birds at the Crystal Palace Show (full-page); Mr. Benjamin Guinness; Bishop's College, Lennoxville, Lower Canada; The Late Field Marshal Viscount Combermere; The Oudh Industrial Exhibition at Lucknow; Funeral of Cardinal Wiseman in the Kensal-Green Cemetery (full-page); Funeral of the Late Duke of Northumberland (The Lying in State, Alnwick Castle; The Procession Entering the Percy Chapel in Westminster Abbey). N° de réf. du libraire 007779
Description du livre George C. Leighton, Publisher, 1865. Soft cover. État : Fine. 1st Edition. A complete issue containing pages 429-452, previously disbound from bound volume. [LEAD ARTICLE] The Italian Elections [ENGRAVINGS, as accompanied by articles or news items, INCLUDE] The Funeral of Lord Palmerston [Henry John Temple] (front-page The Clergy Receiving the Body at the West Door of Westminster Abbey; full-page portrait The Late Lord Palmerston, K.G. and G.C.B., First Lord of the Treasury; full-page Tiverton, Devonshire, for Which Lord Palmerston Sat in the House of Commons; double-page The Funeral of Lord Palmerston in the North Transept of Westminster Abbey; full-page The Procession Passing Charing-Cross; Arrival of the Hearse at the West Door of Westminster Abbey; The New Cemetary at Romsey, with the Vault Opened for the Interment of Lord Palmerston; The Hearse Leaving Brocket Hall, Hatfield, Herts; Arrival of the Hearse at Cambridge House, Piccadilly); Unveiling of the Statue of the Late Lord Eglinton at Ayr; Uncovering the Equestrian Statue of the Late Field Marshal Lord Combermere at Chester; The Ship Glad Tidings, with a Cargo of American Cotton, Entering the Port of Liverpool; Kelso, Roxburghshire, Lately Visited by the Prince and Princess of Wales. N° de réf. du libraire 007812