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Ekhartshausen, F. (von).

Edité par Wien bey J. Wallner. Stadt Petersplatz, Eck der Kuehfussgasse 562. Gedruckt bei Jos. Stoeckholzer v. Hirschfeld. (Vienna, nd., ca. 1840's-50's). (1840)

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Vendeur : Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc. (Brecksville, OH, Etats-Unis)

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Description de l'article : Wien bey J. Wallner. Stadt Petersplatz, Eck der Kuehfussgasse 562. Gedruckt bei Jos. Stoeckholzer v. Hirschfeld. (Vienna, nd., ca. 1840's-50's)., 1840. Hardcover. Etat : Near Fine. No Jacket. An earlier owner, or bookseller's penciled description, from first flyleaf: "plats en soie brodee du XVIIIe siecle remontes sur une reliure en chagrin du milieu du XIXe siecle. Armoiries resemblant a celles de la famille lorraine CLAUSMANN". Size of binding: 3 3/4" x 5 3/4", 384pp., engraved frontispiece "Samuel", signed: Clementine Russ, del.; M. Hofmann, Sc. (engraver); engraved titlepage, of Altar, Exposed Host, etc., unsigned; "Pieta" plate at p. 58 by Russ/G. Leybold (engraver); fine engraving of St. Wilhelm, p. 96, unsigned; Risen Christ plate, p. 134, unsigned. Bound in black, pebbled leather (chagrin), with four raised bands on spine & gilt title & lines on bands on spine; cover margins with blindstamped & single line gilt borders, various lined borders on cover edges, inner edges; small silver, hinged clasp with engraved floral designs; binding also features two re-mounted embroidered silk panels, removed from an earlier binding & mounted onto the front & back covers; size of panels is 3" x 5”, front panel is an armorial or heraldic crest; with a shield worked in various sized gold or metallic wires, or threads, with a central bird form of a stork or crane holding an egg (?) in the left raised talon, with 2 floral forms also in raised gold thread, similar to that used on bird, on a gray silk background with green & gold in lower edge; shield is surmounted by a crown in raised gold thread, with small red, metallic sequins, with swags & chain forms with crowned pendant cross below shield, surround by a wavy line border with leaf-form details & 22 small, faceted rhinestones incorporated in the border, all on a reddish-purple silk background; back panel is similar but with a larger & more elaborate monogrammed oval form on a silver metallic wire background, with initial letters in red or gold sequins: LC A GJ (are possible letters), with similar crown, swags, & borders with & 22 rhinestones, green sequins. These panels are well-preserved. All edges gilt; clasp is complete, but too tight to be closed easily. some slight tanning to paste downs, prelims. and some text pages. Very striking example of this type of metallic thread embroidered work. Cannot guarantee these are the arms of Clausmann of Lorraine, mentioned in the penciled note. Sold as an example of this type of embroidered binding work. (German text). N° de réf. du vendeur ABE-168482184

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