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Thursday, 23 September 2021

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Seltene Buchausgabe

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Seltene Buchausgabe

Brauner Ledereinband, 6 RĂĽckenbĂĽnde,
46 x 29,5 cm, Buchstärke ca. 7 cm.
In geöffnetem Zustand 64 x 46 cm.
London 1743.

Catalogue price€ 12.000 - 15.000 Catalogue price € 12.000 - 15.000  $ 14,400 - 18,000
ÂŁ 10,800 - 13,500
元 90,720 - 113,400
₽ 1,022,040 - 1,277,550

 

„LA METHODE NOUVELLE . A GENERAL SYSTEM OF HORSEMANSHIP IN ALL IT´SBRANCES containing a Faithful Translation Of That Most Noble and Useful Work of His Grace William Cavendish - Duke (Charles) of Newcastle, Vol. I, London 1743. Printed for J. Brindley, Bookseller to His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, in New Bond Street.“

Darin: „The NEW METHOD OF DRESSING HORSES“. Mit Anhängen wie: „THE PERFECT KNOWLEDGE OF HORSES“. Mit alphabetischen Verzeichnissen „Technical Terms“ etc.

Mit zahlreichen eingebundenen Kupferstichen, wie etwa von C. van Caukercken oder Vorstermans nach W. Diepenbeeck.

Nach der Erstausgabe „Anvers, Chez JACQUE VAN MEURS M. DC. LVIII.“ (1658)

Tadellose Erhaltung, wenige Abriebe am Einband. (12615619) (11)


Rare book edition

Brown leather binding, 6 spine bands,
book size (closed): 46 x 29.5 x 7 cm. Book size (open): 64 x 46 cm.
London 1743.

“LA METHODE NOUVELLE . A GENERAL SYSTEM OF HORSEMANSHIP IN ALL IT’SBRANCES containing a Faithful Translation Of That Most Noble and Useful Work of His Grace William Cavendish - Duke (Charles) of Newcastle, Vol. I, London 1743. Printed for J. Brindley, Bookseller to His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, in New Bond Street.”

In it “THE NEW METHOD OF DRESSING HORSES”. With appendices such as: “THE PERFECT KNOWLEDGE OF HORSES”. With alphabetical indexes “Technical Terms” etc. With numerous bound-in copper engravings, such as by C. van Caukercken or Vorstermans after W. Diepenbeeck.

After the first edition “Anvers, Chez JACQUE VAN MEURS M. DC. LVIII.” (1658)

Perfect condition, few abrasions to the binding.

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.

 

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