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New York: Appleton, 1877. Chromolithograph Frontis., 94 b/w engravings, 1 double-page map. xxiv, 399pp. + 6pp. of publisher's ads. 8vo, original green cloth, cloth lightly spotted, foxing to margin of Frontis., inner hinge strengthened, first and last blank pages lightly soiled. New York: D. Appleton, 1877. First American Edition Narrative of an expedition to Franz Joseph Land and Novaya Zemlya. Internally a tight, bright copy.
Vienna: Osterreichischen Staatsdruckerei, 1950. Hrsg. Vom Bundesministerium fur Verkehr un Verstaatlichte Betriebe, Generaldirektion fur die Post- Und Telegraphenverwaltung. 20 plates, some in color and many other photographic illus. 96pp. 4to, gilt stamped grey cloth (lightly dust soiled). Wien, 1950. Second Edition. Very good.
Ghent: Van der Ween, 1725. Two vignettes with the Habsburg coats of arms. 54pp., small square 8vo, disbound. Ghent, 1725. Good (+). Text of the Emperor Charles VI's 1713 decree which altered the law of Habsburg succession (in favor of his daughter Maria Theresa). With other documents relating to the Netherlands' adherence to the new law.
London: Downing, 1732. with their Reception in Several Imperial Cities in Germany, Together with Their Confession of Faith. Taken from Authentick Papers. 99 pages, small water stain on last few margins not affecting the text. Slim 12mo, marbled edges, marbled boards with a leather spine label. London: J. Downing, 1732. First Edition. Very scarce. In Salzburg on October 31, 1731, the 214 anniversary of Martin Luther's Reformation, the Archbishop signed an Edict of Expulsion, demanding that all Protestants recant their.....