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[Hebrew letters: Seder ha-avodah] Gebetbuch herausgegeben vom Israelitischen Tempelverband in Hamburg

By: Author Unknown

Price: $149.94

Publisher: Hamburg, Selbsvlg des Tempelverbandes: 1904

Edition: Sixth

Seller ID: 40781

Condition: Very Good-


vi, 563 pages; Contemporary (original?) black diced cloth, with black pebbled cloth spine, lettered in gilt "Gebetbuch." Text in Hebrew and German throughout. Printed "back to front" in the Hebrew manner. (With the printer's slug appearing on the recto of what would usually be the first leaf: "Druck von H. I├čkowski, Berlin" -- and the title page appears on what would usually be interpreted as the verso of the final leaf). This is the rare sixth edition of the important and influential prayer book for the Hamburg Temple (auf Deutsch: Israelitischer Tempel), the syna... View more info

Image for Gate of the Resurrection and a Picture of the Virgin Mother at Moscow [ Hand-colored wood engraving ]

Gate of the Resurrection and a Picture of the Virgin Mother at Moscow [ Hand-colored wood engraving ]

By: Unknown

Price: $19.94

Publisher: Philadelphia, Illustrated London News: 1856

Seller ID: 41898

Condition: Very Good


from the Illustrated London News; Wood Engraving; 1 pages; Nicely hand-colored wood engraving of Gate of the Resurrection at Moscow from Illustrated London News (Sept 20, 1856). Image measures 8" X 6 1/4" (14" x 11" matted). Matted in white stock with clear mylar. Miraculous properties have always been attributed to icons of the Iberian Virgin. In the distant past of Byzantium an image of the Virgin is said to have brought one of the wars of iconoclasm to an abrupt end when blood flowed from the icon. From that time onward the Iberian Virgin has always been depicted with ... View more info

The Darwinian Theory in The Atlantic Monthly October 1866

By: Unknown Author

Price: $14.95

Publisher: Boston, Ticknor and Fields: 1866

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 42002

Condition: Very Good


Vol. 18, No. 108; 11 pages; This 11 page, double column article on Darwinism is offerred in the complete October 1866 issue of The Atlantic Monthly devoted to Literature, Science, Art and Politics. The wrappers are somewhat toned/dusty and the fore-edges are curled, otherwise contents are clean and secure. Other articles in this issue include "The Norman Conquest," "Various Aspects of the Woman Question," "The Novels of George Eliot," and "Scarabaei ed Altri." View more info

Borneo and Rajah Brooke in The Atlantic Monthly December 1866

By: Unknown Author

Price: $14.94

Publisher: Boston, Ticknor and Fields: 1866

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 42003

Condition: Very Good


Vol. 18, No. 110; 16 pages; This 16 page, double column article on Borneo and Rajah Brooke is offerred in the complete December 1866 issue of The Atlantic Monthly devoted to Literature, Science, Art and Politics. The wrappers are somewhat toned/dusty and the fore-edges are curled, otherwise contents are clean and secure. Other articles in this issue include "The Sword of Bolivar," "The Fall of Austria," "My Heathen at Home," "Through Broadway," Hawthorne's Note-books," etc. View more info

The Causes for which A President Can Be Impeached in The Atlantic Monthly January 1867

By: Unknown Author

Price: $24.94

Publisher: Boston, Ticknor and Fields: 1867

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 42004

Condition: Very Good


Vol. 19, No. 111; 5 pages; This 5 page, double column article on The Causes for Which A President Can Be Impeached is offerred in the complete January 1867 issue of The Atlantic Monthly devoted to Literature, Science, Art and Politics. The wrappers are somewhat toned/dusty and the fore-edges are curled, otherwise contents are clean and secure. Other articles in this issue include "The Man who Stole a Meeting-House Terminus," Capillary Freaks," Fitz Adam's Story," "An Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage," etc. View more info

Women's Work in the Middle Ages in The Atlantic Monthly September 1866

By: Unknown Author

Price: $14.95

Publisher: Boston, Ticknor and Fields: 1866

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 42001

Condition: Very Good


Vol. 18, No. 107; 15 pages; This 15 page, double column article on Women's Work in the Middle Ages is offerred in the complete September 1866 issue of The Atlantic Monthly devoted to Literature, Science, Art and Politics. The wrappers are somewhat toned/dusty and the fore-edges are mildly curled, otherwise contents are clean and secure. Other articles in this issue include "The Surgeon's Assistant," "University Reform," The Bobolinks," "Lake Champlain," and "An Italian Rain Storm." View more info