[Leipzig: C. Garte], n.d. [1880s?]. Hardcover. Consists entirely of a strip of 12 panels folded accordion-style in a modest-sized red portfolio binding. 14cm. Each panel contains two illustrations of building or scenes in Augsburg (Germany) with brief printed captions beneath each illustration. We guessed at the publisher from a brief...
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Breslau: 1931. Paperback. photos and illustrations, 63, p. Softcover in original wrapper. 22cm. Cover moderately soiled, has a crease and is reinforced on both sides at fold with yellowed strips of cellophane tape. German text.
Jerusalem: Division of Holocaust Studies, Institute of Contemporary Jewry, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1979. Paperback. 113p. Original wrapper. 24cm. Cover moderately worn.
[New York]: United German Societies of the City of New York (Federation of German American Societies and Clubs), 1927. Paperback. one illustration (excepting those in advertisements). 96p. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. Modest edge-wear. German text (one article in English as are many of the advertisements). Cover title: Deutscher Tag...
Munich: Braun & Schneider, 1879. Hardcover. 208, 208p. plus unnumbered section of advertisements that seems to consists of four pages per issue. Contemporary 1/2 leather (marbled boards with dark green leather backstrip and corners). 28cm. Cover lightly rubbed. Title-pages bound in out of order. German text. A German humor magazine.
[Germany?]: Headquarters, Ninth U.S. Army, 12 December 1944. Paperback. 10p. Wrapper. 14cm. Name on cover.
Duderstadt: Aloys Mecke, 1920. Paperback. Each issue consists of a large single sheet folded to make eight-pages. 32cm. (as folded. Browned with some splitting at folds but otherwise sound. Horizontal fold. German text.
[Konstanz?]: n.d. [1880s?]. Hardcover. Consists entirely of a strip of 20 panels folded accordion-style and contained in small oblong (14 x 9cm.) red portfolio binding. Each panel contains one or more illustrations of buildings and scenes in Konstanz with very brief printed captions in German beneath each illustration. A view book.
[Mexico City]: Servicio de Informaciones Alemanas en Mexico, 1918. Paperback. 143p. Softcover. 20cm. Cover worn (splitting at head of backstrip). Spanish text. Anti-American tract published by the German Information Service in Mexico during World War I.
Leipzig: Bibliographisches Institut, 1931. Hardcover. 5 (of 6) maps and plans, xxiv, 164p. Original reddish brown flexible covers. 16. Map of Ammersee appears to have been omitted in this copy although called for in plate list; otherwise a sound and attractive copy. Meyers Reisebucher (series). German text. A travel guide.
n.p. n.d. [1880s?]. Hardcover. Consists entirely of a strip of 12 panels folded accordion-style in a modest-sized red portfolio binding, 16cm. Each panel contains two illustrations of buildings and scenes in Munich with brief printed captions in German beneath each illustration. A view book.
Munchen: George Franz, 1850. Hardcover. 45 black & white plates (including vignette on title-page) printed on one side. All or almost all steel engraved. Plate lists in German and French on left and right sides of title-page. Brief printed captions in German beneath each plate. Original blindstamped cloth with lettering...
Santpoort: C. A. Mees, 1930. Paperback. Illustrated. 18p. Printed on double-fold paper. Softcover in original tied wrapper. Square 34cm. Minor wear and some light cover foxing. Dutch text.
Wien, 1934. Paperback. 121p. plus 8 plates (banded and laid in). Original wrapper. 23cm. German text.
Munchen: Bruckmann, 1916. Hardcover. illustrations (black & white), index, 317p. 1/4 vellum (marbled paper boards with vellum backstrip and narrow corners). 26cm. Bookplate (Dr. Ernst Mandel). No Jacket. German text.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1973. 1st ed. in English. Hardcover. index, xiii, 334p. Original red boards. dj (price-clipped). 22cm. Former owner's name stamp embossed on free endpaper. This was revised and translated Bruegel's "Tschechen und Deutsche" (Munich 1967) with the deletion of some German material and the addition of material...
New York: Editions Medicina Rara, n.d. [ca. 1970]. Hardcover. Facsimile reprint of this rare 1497 German treatise on surgery which contained 50 colored woodcut illustrations. Lightly worn slipcase. 29cm. Copy No. LIX of 300 copies bound in full parchment and numbered in Roman numerals. 2500 copies were also published and...
Bonn: Wilhem Stollfuss, n.d. [1954?]. Paperback. 64p. Original wrapper. 30cm. Light cover soil and wear. Moderate browning. German text. Stollfuss-Leitfaden, Best. Nr. L5.
Jena: Frommannsche Buchhandlung, 1932. Hardcover. index, xi, 67p. Red cloth. 23cm. Minor fading and wear only. No Jacket. German text.
London: Hutchinson and Co., 1900. 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis (portrait), 256p. Original purple cloth. 19cm. Backstrip and cover edges faded. Gift inscription. Scattered foxing. No Jacket. Edited, with a Preface, by W. H. Wilkins.
1900. Paperback. Folded four-page softcover leaflet. 19cm. Corners creased. Lists 7 portraits by Lemmers (1 illustrated but not identified) and 10 paintings by Werlemann (1 illustrated but not identified).
Berlin: Deutsche Kunstverlag, 1931. Hardcover. map, illustrations, 36p. plus 56 plates (photos). Original orange cloth. 25cm. No Jacket. German text. Marienburg and Marienwerder were located in East Prussia (Germany). Marienburg was destroyed and de-populated during World War II. This area turned over to Poland after the war. The modern town...
London: F. Coghlan, 1837. 2nd ed. Hardcover. maps (folding map as frontis), index, 360p. plus (18)p. advertisements for Coghlan's other guide books. Hardcover in original cloth. 15cm. Discoloration at top of front cover. Front hinge reglued. Name on endpaper. Two poor quality pencil sketches on rear endpaper. Coghlan's publisher's label...
Berlin: Otto Elsner, 1935. Hardcover. photos, 136, 351p. Blue cloth, lettered in silver. 30cm. Chip in cloth at head of backstrip. Minor cover soil. No jacket. German text. Railroads in Germany.
Chicago: The Caxton Club, 1911. Hardcover. frontis (portrait), illustrations, 4 plates, 3 facsimiles, xviii, 204p. Original gray paper boards backed in parchment. 30cm. A mostly unopened copy with three tiny white spots on cover and just a spot of foxing on a couple of leaves. Edition limited to 300 copies...