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Leipzig: Wilhelm Zirges, 1840. 13 full page copper engravings in 3 sections with pale blue titles (waterstain on upper left corners). 48pp., slim oblong 4to, original marbled boards. Leipzig: Wilhelm Zirges, (1840). Very scarce. Pictures of the first German long distance railway of 120 kilometers. Includes viaducts, bridges and tunnels representing the beginning of the railway century in Germany. The author, Heinrich Eberhard was an architectural designer, engraver and lithographer.
New York: John Day, 1929. Illustrated by Mahlon Blaine. Frontis plus 12 full-page plates, additional text illustrations. vii + 342 pages, 8vo, black cloth with red & gold illustration on front cover; lightly rubbed and spine lettering a bit dulled. New York: The John Day Company, 1929. A very good(+) copy. One of 3000 copies.
Zurich/London: Amstutz, Herdeg & Co, 1943. Illustrations in black and white and a few in color + 2 original etchings by the artist, protected with tissue. 4to. Half vellum, white boards. Zurich/London: Amstutz, Herdeg & Co, 1943. Limited edition, signed and numbered by the artist. Near Fine. No. 26 of 50 copies signed and numbered by Erni in the colophon. The 2 engravings were especially engraved by the artist for there editions and were printed on the hand-Press, after which.....