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Profusely illustrated with Coudenhove's unusual color drawings, focusing on the architecture of Austria. Unpaginated, with descriptive text in German, English and French. Thick 4to, gilt-stamped blue velveteen. Linz: verlag Leopold Lueger, (1986). A near fine copy of this very uncommon book. Signed by the artist on the frontispiece portrait.
London: Laurie & Whittle, 1794. Map (in two sheets). Engraving with original hand outline. Each sheet measures 20.25" x 47.25", together they measure measures 41.25" x 47.25". Stunning large scale map of the German Empire, in high detail. Beautifully animated cartouche with three figures and a large bird with outstretched wings. At the bottom of the top sheet and the top of the bottom sheet is written the areas shown: The circles of Lower Rhine, Franconia, Swabia and Bavaria, with.....
Vienna: Ku.K. Hof Lieferant I. Weiner, 1917. Poster. Lithograph printed 1917 mounted on linen. To printers margins measures 49.5 x 37.5". Roughly translated as "Austrian Theater War Bond Day," this poster shows the members of Austria's theater community who contributed to the war effort in May of 1917. Three figures, two men and a woman, gesture toward the exclamation that "Wir alle zeichnen Kriegsanleihe!" written in red. Below them, twenty-two portraits detail prominent figures of the Austrian stage. The poster.....
Portland: Amadeus, 1988. With an essay by Rolf Vollmann. Translated by Ann C. Sherwin. Edited by Reinhard G Pauly. Illustrated with music notation throughout. 179 pages, slim 8vo, Pinky-beige boards, dust wrapper (remnants of previous bookseller's security label and small scuffs on the back). A near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Portland: Amadeus Press, (1988).
London: Religious Tract Society. Many wood-cuts. 224pp. + 8 pages of publisher's ads. 4to, decorated blue cloth, back cloth cover lightly soiled, spine ends rubbed, edges of corners bumped and worn. (London): Religious Tract Societ, n.d., circa 1888. Includes travel to Vienna, Tyrol, and the Eastern Alps. Internally, a tight bright copy.