Vienna: 1809. Broadside. Printed in Vienna at the Government Palace, July 12, 1809. Measures 14" x 15.25". Bilingual broadside in French and German posted during Napoleon's second occupation of Vienna. The notice demands that the population contribute their subsistence and housing to the French occupying forces. It is interesting to note that a version of this Broadside currently housed in the permanent collection of the University of California at Berkeley appears on the internet in French only. Fine condition.
New York: Abrams, 2001. 330 illustrations including 190 plates in full color. 239 pages. Thick 4to, blue cloth with minor fading along lower edge, edgeowrn d.w. New York: Abrams in association with National Gallery of Canada, (2001). First edition. A near fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Essays by Colin B. Bailery, Peter Verg, et al.
Ostfildern-Fuit: Hatje Cantz, 2003. Preface by Ronald S. Lauder. Foreword by Renee Price and Wilfried Seipel. 501 illustration, 189 in color. 400pp., 4to, black boards, d.w. Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Cantz, (2003). A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Contributions by Markus Bruderlin, William D. Godsey, Jr., Diether Halama, Michael Huey, J. S. Marcus, Sylvia Matti-Wurm, Joseph Rykwert, Elisabeth Schmuttermeier, Christopher Wilk, and Christian Witt-Dorring.
Vienna: 1908. Autograph musical quote meticulously written and signed, "Lehar, F", 8 bars from the opening of his Merry Widow Waltz, Wein, April 30, 1908, 7.5" x 4.75" and set into a cream colored mat to 11.5" x 9.5" simple old wood gold frame. Excellent condition. Austro-Hungarian composer mainly known for his operettas; of which the most successful and best known is 'The Merry Widow'.