New Zealand

  • # 15569

HAMILTON, Capt. G. D.

Trout-fishing and sport in Maoriland

    # 15569

    HAMILTON, Capt. G. D.

    Trout-fishing and sport in Maoriland

    Wellington : The Government Printing Office, 1904. First edition. Octavo, cloth boards with gilt lettering, pp. xix-428; illustrated with 2 photographic frontispiece images, 20 photographic plates, 2 collotype plates, and 2 chromolithographed plates of trout flies; occasional very minor water staining to margins, otherwise in fine condition.  

  • # 15464

PICKARD, F.W.

Trout fishing in New Zealand in wartime

$350.00 AUD

    # 15464

    PICKARD, F.W.

    Trout fishing in New Zealand in wartime

    New York : G.P. Putnam’s, 1940. First edition. Numbered 189 of 250. Royal octavo, cloth backed papered boards lettered in gilt (rubbed), uncut, occasionally unopened; a presentation copy inscribed by the author on the front endpaper for Mr. Thomas Coyle; pp 180; illustrated with photographs of New Zealand by the author’s wife; a near fine …

  • # 15814

STOCK, [Arthur], Archdeacon (1810-1901)

Astronomy for beginners, who live in the southern hemisphere

    # 15814

    STOCK, [Arthur], Archdeacon (1810-1901)

    Astronomy for beginners, who live in the southern hemisphere

    Wellington, N.Z. : T.A. Bowden, 1874. Duodecimo, original cloth backed printed card covers, endpapers with advertisements for The Colonial Series of Elementary School Books, early printed ownership label of ‘Mr. R. Wilson, Craigielea, Benhar, Otago’ to blank facing title page (mild off-setting), pp i-iv, 5-44, illustrated with diagrams; a very good copy. The first edition of …

  • # 15429

Anon.

[NEW ZEALAND] Sketches made by a passenger on board the ship Cape Finisterre, London to Lyttleton, 1878-79

    # 15429

    Anon.

    [NEW ZEALAND] Sketches made by a passenger on board the ship Cape Finisterre, London to Lyttleton, 1878-79

    The emigrant ship Cape Finisterre sailed from London in December 1878, and arrived at Lyttelton, New Zealand, on 31 March 1879. One of the passengers on board was James J. Ledger, whose hand-illustrated manuscript journal In Search of a Home at the Antipodes documents his voyage experience. Ledger’s important journal is now held in the collection of the …

  • # 15279

OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY

Oceanic Steamship Company. Passenger list of S.S. Mariposa, for Honolulu, Auckland and Sydney. Sailing from San Francisco September 24th, 1888.

    # 15279

    OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY

    Oceanic Steamship Company. Passenger list of S.S. Mariposa, for Honolulu, Auckland and Sydney. Sailing from San Francisco September 24th, 1888.

    [San Francisco] : Oceanic Steamship Company, 1888. Folding card (starting to split along spine, mild marginal staining to front), duodecimo, 155 x 113 mm, lithographed vignette of the SS Mariposa to front, inner pages with lists of passengers for Honolulu, Auckland and Sydney (a few annotations in pencil made by the original owner).

  • Maantieteellisiä kuvauksia I. Austraalia ja Napamaat.
ARO, J.E.

# 8058

    # 8058

    ARO, J.E.

    Maantieteellisiä kuvauksia I. Austraalia ja Napamaat.

    [Geographical descriptions I. Australia and the Polar regions]. Helsinki : Valistus, 1926. Octavo, publisher’s cloth backed pictorial papered boards, 191 pp, illustrated with half-tone photographic plates, a very good copy. Text in Finnish. Physical geography and ethnology of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, including Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia and Antarctica. A single copy is recorded in …

  • 2011_DSFB_2441

    # 15885

    APPEL, Joseph H. / APPEL, Venie Wood

    The Whimsy Imp Goes ‘Round the World Under the Southern Cross.

    From New York, through the South Seas and around Africa. January 19 to May 13, 1937. 27,335 miles on the Stella Polaris. 3,206 miles on the Conte di Savoia. Self-published : n.d. [c 1940]. A presentation copy inscribed by the authors on the title. Quarto, green wrappers (torn lower edge, paste-down title label removed), 148 …

  • DSFB_Melbourne_2017_3

    # 15158

    [CROZET, Julien Marie, 1728-1780; SURVILLE, Jean-François-Marie de, 1717-1770] ROCHON, Alexis Marie, editor.

    Nouveau voyage a la Mer du Sud : commencé sous les ordres de M. Marion … On a joint à cet voyage un Extrait de celui de M. de Surville dans les mêmes Parages.

    The first French voyages to Australia and New Zealand.  Paris : Barrois l’aîné, 1783. Octavo, quarter calf with gilt ornament and contrasting morocco title label over papered boards, expertly rebacked; pp viii, 291, with 7 engraved plates, including folding map; the plates with occasional pale foxing; a very good copy, finely bound. Marc-Joseph Marion du …

  • # 15069

WALLIS, John

Wallis’s New Dissected Map of the World Engraved from the latest authorities

    # 15069

    WALLIS, John (Junior); WALLIS, John (Senior)

    Wallis’s New Dissected Map of [the] World. Engraved from the latest authorities for the use of young students in Geography. Published by John Wallis Jun., 188 Strand. S. J. Wallis Sr., Warwick Sq.

    The only known example of the earliest dissected puzzle map to show the three voyages of Captain Cook.  [Title from lid]. London : John Wallis Senior, 1787; reissued by John Wallis Junior, 1806-1808. Engraved map of the world with the imprint ‘Published as the Act directs, Jany. 1st 1787 by Proprietor J. Wallis at his Map Warehouse, Ludgate …

  • # 15687

GRASSET DE SAINT-SAUVEUR, Jacques, 1757-1810

Private: Encyclopédie des voyages,

    # 15687

    GRASSET DE SAINT-SAUVEUR, Jacques, 1757-1810

    Encyclopédie des voyages, contenant l’abrégé historique des moeurs, usages, habitudes domestiques, religions, habitudes domestiques, religions, fêtes, supplices, funérailles, sciences, arts, et commerce de tous les peuples : er la collection complette de leurs habillemens civils, militaires, religieux et dignitaires, dessinés d’après nature, gravés avec soin et coloriés à l’aquarelle.

    Rare set of Grasset de Saint-Sauveur’s ethnographic encyclopaedia, containing additional plates and in a fine binding. [Paris] : Deroy, 1796. First edition. Quarto, five volumes bound in four, early nineteenth century full vellum with central arabesque lozenges tooled in blind, manuscript titles to spines, green silk ribbons, four engraved frontispieces and 434 plates, all with fine original …

  • # 15736

GENDRON, Ernest

[MANUSCRIPT] Campagne de la Corvette à Voiles l’Alcméne. Commandée par Mr. Coudein, Capitaine de Frégate, à destination des Mers du Sud et Océanie.

    # 15736

    GENDRON, Ernest

    [MANUSCRIPT] Campagne de la Corvette à Voiles l’Alcméne. Commandée par Mr. Coudein, Capitaine de Frégate, à destination des Mers du Sud et Océanie.

    An important, unpublished first-hand account of the voyage of the French naval corvette Alcméne in the South Seas, 1848-1852, including extended descriptions of the loss of crew members to cannibalism in New Caledonia in 1850, and of the vessel’s infamous shipwreck at Kaipara on the west coast of New Zealand in 1851, whilst en route from Hobart Town to Tahiti. …

  • # 15783

BULLER, Walter Lawry (1838 - 1906)

A history of the birds of New Zealand.

    # 15783

    BULLER, Walter Lawry, 1838-1906; KEULEMANS, John Gerrard, 1842-1912

    A history of the birds of New Zealand.

    Scarce first edition of an acclaimed ornithological work, illustrated by J.G. Keulemans. London : John Van Voorst, 1873. First edition, printed in an edition of 500 copies. Quarto, contemporary full crushed blue morocco by Leighton of London (edges a little rubbed) with armorial crest of the house of Dutton, spine in compartments, lettered in gilt; …

  • # 15804

O'GRADY, Frederick Standish, 6th Viscount Guillamore (1847-1927)

[NEW ZEALAND] Commonplace album of Frederick Standish O’Grady, 6th Viscount Guillamore, 1860s – circa 1900.

    # 15804

    O'GRADY, Frederick Standish, 6th Viscount Guillamore (1847-1927)

    [NEW ZEALAND] Commonplace album of Frederick Standish O’Grady, 6th Viscount Guillamore, 1860s – circa 1900.

    A fascinating treasure trove that constitutes a time capsule of four decades –  one of them spent in New Zealand – in the life of an Irish aristocrat of the late nineteenth century. Nineteenth century commonplace album. Folio, original marbled papered boards (heavily worn, lacking most of the leather backstrip), containing 160 pages completely filled with original manuscript material, ink …

  • # 15730

PALMER, Henry Spencer (1838 - 1893)

An archive of original materials retained by Major General Henry Spencer Palmer which relate to his command of the British Expedition to observe the transit of Venus, Christchurch, New Zealand, 1874.

    # 15730

    PALMER, Henry Spencer (1838 - 1893)

    An archive of original materials retained by Major General Henry Spencer Palmer which relate to his command of the British Expedition to observe the transit of Venus, Christchurch, New Zealand, 1874. 

    Henry Spencer Palmer was born in Bangalore, India in 1838. He was schooled in England and admitted to the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, in January 1856. In December he was gazetted to a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers and entered the School of Military Engineering at Chatham in January 1857. Upon recommendation from the Royal Astronomer, Palmer was …

  • # 14141

STUART, Martinus (1765-1826); KUYPER, Jaques (artist)

[ABORIGINES] De mensch, zoo als hij voorkomt op den bekenden aardbol,

    # 14141

    STUART, Martinus (1765-1826); KUYPER, Jaques (artist)

    [ABORIGINES] De mensch, zoo als hij voorkomt op den bekenden aardbol,

    beschreven door Martinus Stuart ; afgebeeld door Jaques Kuyper. Volume I : Te Amsterdam : bij Johannes Allart, 1802; volumes II – VI : Te Z. Boemel [Zaltbommel, Netherlands] : bij J. Noman, 1818. Six volumes, octavo, original yellow papered boards, spines with wear and loss, a mixed set, the first volume from the first issue and the …

  • # 15733

AUCKLAND ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY.

[NEW ZEALAND; ANGLING] Auckland Acclimatisation Society. License to Fish for Trout. Season 1895/6.

    # 15733

    AUCKLAND ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY.

    [NEW ZEALAND; ANGLING] Auckland Acclimatisation Society. License to Fish for Trout. Season 1895/6.

    Auckland, N.Z. : W. McCullough, typ., [1890]. Single sheet, 205 x 220 mm; recto with manuscript entries recording issue to the Hon. H.S. O’Grady of Derbyshire [Frederick Standish O’Grady, 6th Viscount Guillamore, 1847-1927] on 6 December 1895; endorsed in red ink: ‘This License is available for all the waters of the Canterbury Acclimatisation Society. H.A. …

  • # 15221

WHARTON, Captain W. J. L.

Captain Cook’s journal during his first voyage round the world made in H. M. Bark “Endeavour” 1768 – 71.

    # 15221

    WHARTON, Captain W. J. L.

    Captain Cook’s journal during his first voyage round the world made in H. M. Bark “Endeavour” 1768 – 71.

    A literal transcription of the original MSS. With notes and introduction. Illustrated by maps and facsimiles. London : Elliot Stock, 1893. Large octavo, publisher’s green cloth  (a little marked), pp. lvi; 400; maps and plates, including three large folding charts in rear endpocket. An important publication, for the first time presenting Cook’s Endeavour journal in …

  • # 15536

MALLET, Alain-Manesson

Isles de Salomon

    # 15536

    MALLET, Alain-Manesson

    Isles de Salomon

    [Paris] : [Chez Denis Thierry], [c. 1683]. Octavo leaf (209 x 131 mm) from Mallet’s Description de l’Univers, the text verso in French with two brief entries titled De la Terre de Quir and De la nouvelle Zealand. Pre-Cook map showing Portuguese and Dutch discoveries of Quiros, Mendana and Tasman, the Solomons connected to New Zealand via the …

  • # 15432

CRANWELL, Thomas

Album of New Zealand pressed ferns in a presentation rimu wood binding

    # 15432

    CRANWELL, Thomas

    Album of New Zealand pressed ferns in a presentation rimu wood binding

    Auckland : T. Cranwell, [between 1875 and 1890]. Quarto, 280 x 220 mm, original rimu wood boards with incised decoration, upper board with ‘New Zealand Ferns’ carved in raised relief, original morocco backstrip with blind tooling ruled in gilt, front pastedown with nineteenth century binder’s ticket reading ‘Prepared and mounted by T. Cranwell, Parnell, Auckland, N.Z.’; front endpaper …

  • # 15423

SILCOCK, Harriet Eleanor; [RELPH, H.B.]

[NEW ZEALAND] Letter to an early Hutt River settler, Dr. Relph, from his sister in England, 1842

    # 15423

    SILCOCK, Harriet Eleanor; [RELPH, H.B.]

    [NEW ZEALAND] Letter to an early Hutt River settler, Dr. Relph, from his sister in England, 1842

    Entire letter, single sheet folding to form [4] sides, quarto, neatly written manuscript in ink on 3 sides (cross written on the last page), headed ‘Enford, near Chippenham, July 10th 1842’, addressed to ‘My dear Brother’; signed at the foot ‘Your only affectionate and sincerely attached Sister, Harriet Eleanor Silcock’; outer side with address panel, to …

  • # 15422

BAIN & BURTT; [GIBBS, Alexander]

[NEW ZEALAND] Whaling letter written from Auckland to New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1853

    # 15422

    BAIN & BURTT; [GIBBS, Alexander]

    [NEW ZEALAND] Whaling letter written from Auckland to New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1853

    Entire letter, single sheet folding to form [4] sides, quarto, closely written manuscript in ink on 3 sides, headed ‘Auckland, New Zealand, 8th February 1853’, addressed to ‘Alexander Gibbs Esqr., New Bedford’; signed at the foot ‘Your faithful obedt. servants, Bain & Burtt’; outer side with address panel, endorsed ‘via New York’, with ‘LONDON / …

  • # 15541

WILLIAMS, H.G.

The Shag Menace

    # 15541

    WILLIAMS, H.G.

    The shag menace : a book for anglers. 

    Dunedin : H.G. Williams, 1945. Octavo, green boards with pictorial dust jacket (some staining and foxing), pp 94. With four photographic plates; contents clean and sound.

  • # 15362

Official programme of entertainment. Visit of United States Fleet to Auckland, N.Z., August 9th to 15th, 1908.

    # 15362

    Official programme of entertainment. Visit of United States Fleet to Auckland, N.Z., August 9th to 15th, 1908.

    Auckland : Wilson & Gorton Printers, 1908. Narrow octavo, lithographed wrappers (rubbed) with kiwi and hei tiki emblems, pp. 8, colour maps, a very good copy.

  • # 15407

HODSON, Geoffrey

The case for vegetarianism

    # 15407

    HODSON, Geoffrey

    The case for vegetarianism

    Auckland, N.Z. : Dawson Printing Co. Ltd., [c.1940]. First edition. Small octavo pamphlet, printed wrappers (sunned and very lightly marked; upper wrapper with wet stamp of the Theosophical Book Depot, Queen Street, Auckland), staple bound, 8 pp; a good copy. The author was President of the New Zealand Vegetarian Society. Here he outlines seven reasons …

  • # 15819

SALT, M.; [REDFERN, Richard]

[NEW ZEALAND] View of the Wesleyan Methodist parsonage at Paparoa, home of Rev. T.N. Griffin, circa 1885.

    # 15819

    SALT, M.; [REDFERN, Richard]

    [NEW ZEALAND] View of the Wesleyan Methodist parsonage at Paparoa, home of Rev. T.N. Griffin, circa 1885.

    Silver albumen print photograph, 105 x 155 mm, on cabinet card mount of Auckland photographer R. Redfern; verso with near contemporary paper label inscribed ‘Mr. M. Salt / Paparoa W[esleyan] Parsonage, taken 5 years ago. Revd. T.N. Griffin & W[ife]’; both the albumen print and mount are in fine condition. This photograph was taken around 1885 by …

  • The Auckland Times. Tempora mutantur Nos Non mutamur in illis. Vol. 1 Tuesday November 8 1842 No. 17
[FALWASSER, Henry, editor]
# 11220

    # 11220

    [FALWASSER, Henry, editor]

    The Auckland Times. Tempora mutantur Nos Non mutamur in illis. Vol. 1 Tuesday November 8 1842 No. 17

    Auckland : Printed (In a Mangle) and Published by Henry Falwasser, Sole Editor and Proprietor, 1842. Large folio sheet, 2 leaves (integral), printed recto only, in a variety of printing types on a washing mangle; subscriber’s (?) names ‘Mr. & Mrs Sim’ in brown ink beneath the masthead; tear to blank corner of initial leaf; …

  • A journal of a voyage to the South Seas, in His Majesty’s ship the Endeavour.
PARKINSON, Sydney (c.1745-1771)
# 14846

    # 14846

    Parkinson, Sydney (c.1745-1771)

    A journal of a voyage to the South Seas, in His Majesty’s ship the Endeavour.

    $12,500 USD Faithfully transcribed from the papers of the late Sydney Parkinson, draughtsman to Joseph Banks, Esq. on his late Expedition with Dr. Solander, round the world. Embellished with views and designs, delineated by the author, and engraved by capital artists. London : printed for Stanfield Parkinson, the editor, 1773. Quarto, contemporary full calf, recased …

  • A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean.
COOK, James and KING, James.
# 14688

    # 14688

    Cook, James (1728-1779) and King, James.

    A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean.

    $14,000 USD Undertaken, by the command of His Majesty, for making discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere. Performed under the direction of Captains Cook, Clerke, and Gore, in his majesty’s ships the Resolution and Discovery; in the years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, and 1780. London, H. Hughs for G. Nicol and T. Cadell, 1785. Three volumes, …

  • Le monde en estampes (deluxe coloured edition)
MULLER, Elisabeth
# 12393

    # 12393

    MULLER, Elisabeth

    Le monde en estampes (deluxe coloured edition)

    Types et costumes des principaux peoples de l’univers. Paris : Bedelet, [c.1858]. Oblong quarto, polychrome cloth gilt (expertly rebacked), all edges gilt, 52 pp, with 24 hand coloured tinted lithographed plates; light foxing, but a very good copy. A finely illustrated study of the races of the world, with sections on the New Zealand Maori, Marquesas …

  • [POLYNESIA] Illustrated Catalogue of Ethnographical Specimens, Eastern Arms &c.
OLDMAN, William O. (1879-1949)
# 14772

    # 14772

    OLDMAN, William O. (1879-1949)

    [POLYNESIA] Illustrated Catalogue of Ethnographical Specimens, Eastern Arms &c.

    Issued by W.O. Oldman, 77, Brixton Hill, London, S.W. November 1904. No. 20. Octavo, original printed wrappers, pp 2 (brief descriptions of 69 items), followed by 2 photographic plates (tissue guards intact) illustrating all items; a fine copy.  Scarce original sales catalogue of the renowned early ethnographic dealer W.O. Oldman. Includes artefacts from New Zealand …

  • [NEW GUINEA] Illustrated Catalogue of Ethnographical Specimens, Eastern Arms &c.
OLDMAN, William O. (1879-1949)
# 14773

    # 14773

    OLDMAN, William O. (1879-1949)

    [NEW GUINEA] Illustrated Catalogue of Ethnographical Specimens, Eastern Arms &c.

    Issued by W.O. Oldman, 77, Brixton Hill, London, S.W. January 1905. No. 22. Octavo, original printed wrappers, pp 2 (brief descriptions of 86 items), followed by 2 photographic plates (tissue guards intact) illustrating most items; a fine copy. Scarce original sales catalogue of the renowned early ethnographic dealer W.O. Oldman. Includes 43 artefacts from British …

  • [NEW GUINEA] Illustrated Catalogue of Ethnographical Specimens.
OLDMAN, William O. (1879-1949)
# 14774

    # 14774

    OLDMAN, William O. (1879-1949)

    [NEW GUINEA] Illustrated Catalogue of Ethnographical Specimens.

    Issued by W.O. Oldman, 77, Brixton Hill, London, S.W. December 1905. No. 33. Octavo, original printed wrappers (detached and chipped), pp 2 (brief descriptions of 37 items), followed by 2 tipped-in silver gelatin photographs illustrating all items. Scarce original sales catalogue of the renowned early ethnographic dealer W.O. Oldman. Includes 10 artefacts from British New …

  • [GILBERT ISLANDS] Illustrated Catalogue of Ethnographical Specimens.
OLDMAN, William O. (1879-1949)
# 14775

    # 14775

    OLDMAN, William O. (1879-1949)

    [GILBERT ISLANDS] Illustrated Catalogue of Ethnographical Specimens.

    Issued by W.O. Oldman, 77, Brixton Hill, London, S.W. September 1905. No. 30. Octavo, original printed wrappers (detached), pp 2 (brief descriptions of 37 items), followed by 2 tipped-in silver gelatin photographs, illustrating most items. Scarce original sales catalogue of the renowned early ethnographic dealer W.O. Oldman. Includes 11 artefacts from the Gilbert Islands, among …

  • [SOUTH AMERICA] Illustrated Catalogue of Ethnographical Specimens.
OLDMAN, William O. (1879-1949)
# 14777

    # 14777

    OLDMAN, William O. (1879-1949)

    [SOUTH AMERICA] Illustrated Catalogue of Ethnographical Specimens.

    Issued by W.O. Oldman, 77, Brixton Hill, London, S.W. October 1905. No. 31. Octavo, original printed wrappers (edges a little chipped), pp 2 (brief descriptions of 36 items), followed by 2 tipped-in silver gelatin photographs, illustrating most items. Scarce original sales catalogue of the renowned early ethnographic dealer W.O. Oldman. Includes 36 artefacts from India …

  • [NEW HEBRIDES] Illustrated Catalogue of Ethnographical Specimens.
OLDMAN, William O. (1879-1949)
# 14779

    # 14779

    OLDMAN, William O. (1879-1949)

    [NEW HEBRIDES] Illustrated Catalogue of Ethnographical Specimens.

    Issued by W.O. Oldman, 77, Brixton Hill, London, S.W. July, 1905. No. 28. Octavo, original printed wrappers (detached), pp 2 (brief descriptions of 30 items), followed by 2 tipped-in silver gelatin photographs, illustrating all items. Scarce original sales catalogue of the renowned early ethnographic dealer W.O. Oldman. Includes 15 artefacts from the Naga hill tribes …

  • # 15377

Panoramic views of Wellington New Zealand.

    # 15377

    Panoramic views of Wellington New Zealand.

    S.l. : s.n. : c. 1920. Oblong folio, printed wrappers, ribbon bound, 18 black and white photographic panoramas of the capital.

  • [NEW ZEALAND] De nagemaakte wilden
PELLERIN & CIE.
# 14771

    # 14771

    PELLERIN & CIE.

    [NEW ZEALAND] De nagemaakte wilden

    [=The Counterfeit Savages]. Paris : Pellerin & Cie., [c.1902]. Series: Épinal no. 45. Lithographed print with hand colouring, folio sheet (400 x 295 mm); a graphic narrative with 16 illustrations; text in Dutch; unmounted; fine.  This Épinal print, originally issued around 1850, tells the story of a sideshow attraction in which two young men con …

  • [SEMITIC LANGUAGES] De formis quiescentibus linguarum semiticarum commentationis pars prior
MONRAD, Ditlev Gothard, Bishop of Lolland and Falster; BECK, A.F.
# 10292

    # 10292

    MONRAD, Ditlev Gothard, Bishop of Lolland and Falster (1811-1887); BECK, A.F.

    [SEMITIC LANGUAGES] De formis quiescentibus linguarum semiticarum commentationis pars prior

    … Resp. F. Beck …. [= Concerning the passive forms in Semitic languages]. Hauniæ [Copenhagen] : Typis excudit Fabritius de Tengnagel, 1838. Octavo, modern black leather binding, 171 pp, scattered foxing. Text in Latin. Politician and religious authority Ditlev Gothard Monrad’s dissertation on comparative Semitic linguistics, presented for the degree of Magistergraden. Monrad lived in New Zealand …

  • Den første Kamp om den apostolske Troesbekjendelses Oprindelse.
MONRAD, Ditlev Gothard, Bishop of Lolland and Falster (1811-1887); [LAURENTIUS VALLA]
# 10436

    # 10436

    MONRAD, Ditlev Gothard, Bishop of Lolland and Falster (1811-1887); [LAURENTIUS VALLA]

    Den første Kamp om den apostolske Troesbekjendelses Oprindelse.

    / Laurentius Valla – Konciliet i Florens. [=The first dispute over the origin of the Apostles' Creed. Laurentius Valla – The Council of Florence]. Kjøbenhavn : C.A. Reitzel, 1875. First edition. Octavo, contemporary half leather over marbled papered boards, spine lettered in gilt, frontispiece portrait of Laurentius Valla, pp 268, 73, mild water stain to …

  • Prædikener paa alle Søn- og Helligdage i Aaret, samt i Fasten
MONRAD, Ditlev Gothard, Bishop of Lolland and Falster (1811-1887)
# 10437

    # 10437

    MONRAD, Ditlev Gothard, Bishop of Lolland and Falster (1811-1887)

    Prædikener paa alle Søn- og Helligdage i Aaret, samt i Fasten

    [=Sermons for all Sundays and Holy days in the year, including Feast days]. Kjøbenhavn : Forlagt af den Gyldendalske Boghandel (F. Hegel), Thieles Bogtrykkeri, 1874. Second edition. Octavo, contemporary half leather over black cloth boards, spine lettered in gilt, hinges weakened, frontispiece portrait of Monrad, 544 pp, contents clean and sound, a good copy. Text …

  • Gamle Ny-Zeeland
MONRAD, Ditlev Gothard, Bishop of Lolland and Falster (1811-1887)
# 10438

    # 10438

    MONRAD, Ditlev Gothard, Bishop of Lolland and Falster (1811-1887)

    Gamle Ny-Zeeland

    [=Old New Zealand]. Kjøbenhavn : C.A. Reitzel, 1870. First Danish edition. Duodecimo, original cloth-backed papered boards (rubbed), upper board with nineteenth century Danish school library's ownership inscription, mild foxing to paste-downs outer leaves, 66 pp, contents clean and sound, a good copy. Text in Danish. Rare. Politician and religious authority Ditlev Gothard Monrad lived in …

  • Searchings. Selections from the artist’s journals
LONEY, ALan and GIMBLETT, Max
# 14698

    # 14698

    LONEY, Alan and GIMBLETT, Max

    Searchings. Selections from the artist’s journals

    Auckland : The Holloway Press, 2005. Quarto, quarter buckram over blue lettered boards, unpaginated, illustrations by Gimblett. Limited to 80 copies of which 64 were for sale. This is a copy reserved for the contributors.  “This book is the result of three years research and study of the Journals of one of the most significant …

  • Fishwork (standard edition)
LONEY, ALan and GIMBLETT, Max
# 14697

    # 14697

    LONEY, ALan and GIMBLETT, Max

    Fishwork (standard edition)

    Foreword by John Yau. Auckland : The Holloway Press, 2009. Quarto, gilt-lettered buckram, unpaginated, illustrated with drawings by Gimblett. The standard edition. Limited to 50 copies (there was also a deluxe edition of 30 copies). “On a visit to New York in 2005, Alan Loney saw eight paintings in Max Gimblett's studio (a ninth was …

  • Letter of grievances of passengers of the Bengal Merchant, Port Nicholson, New Zealand, March 1840
TURNER, John Taylor (1801-?), et al.
# 14012

    # 14012

    TURNER, John Taylor (1801-?), et al.

    Letter of grievances of passengers of the Bengal Merchant, Port Nicholson, New Zealand, March 1840

    Manuscript in brown ink on [2] sides of a single bifolium, each side 230 x 190 mm, the paper blind stamped London Superfine; the first side headed Port Nicholson [Wellington Harbour], 14th March 1840, followed by the letter of grievances written in the hand of John Turner on behalf of the steerage passengers of the emigrant …

  • Zimmermann’s account of the third voyage of Captain Cook 1776 - 1790
ZIMMERMANN, Heinrich
# 11693

    # 11693

    ZIMMERMANN, Heinrich

    Zimmermann’s account of the third voyage of Captain Cook 1776 – 1790

    Translated by Miss U. Tewsley, of the Library Staff, under direction of Johannes C. Anderson. With a few Explanatory Notes. Alexander Turnbull Library Bulletin No. 2. Wellington : W.A.G. Skinner (Government Printer), 1926. Octavo, original printed wrappers (lightly marked), pp. 49; two plates. The author sailed with Cook on his voyage in search of the North …

  • Geographie, ofte beginselen der Land-Beschryvinge, zoo als die in haer eygen aerd, in verdeeling
GOESIN, Petrus de
# 14628

    # 14628

    GOESIN, Petrus de

    Geographie, ofte beginselen der Land-Beschryvinge, zoo als die in haer eygen aerd, in verdeeling

    van Landen en Gewesten met Wateren en Zee-en sig bevinden, en door Bergen, Rivieren en Stroomen onderscheiden zyn; als mede den principaelsten Koophandel die in elke Landen verrigt worden. Tot Gend [Ghent] : Petrus de Goesin, [1762]. Duodecimo, contemporary calf (heavily rubbed and scuffed), spine with raised bands, compartments with stamped floral design in gilt …

  • [ASYLUM IN AUSTRALIA & THE PACIFIC] Beiträge zum Asylrecht von Ozeanien
HELLWIG, Albert
# 14629

    # 14629

    HELLWIG, Albert

    [ASYLUM IN AUSTRALIA & THE PACIFIC] Beiträge zum Asylrecht von Ozeanien

    [=Studies on the right of asylum in Oceania]. Stuttgart : F. Enke, 1906. Series: Sonderabdruck aus Zeitschrift für vergleichende Rechtswissenschaft, XIX Band. Octavo, original printed wrappers, pp 64; mostly uncut; a fine copy.  Studies on the right of asylum in traditional societies of Oceania, including Australia; New Zealand; New Ireland; New Britain; New Guinea; the Sandwich Islands; …

  • In a single gesture
LONEY, Alan (1940 - )
# 14518

    # 14518

    LONEY, Alan (1940 - )

    In a single gesture

    Santa Rosa [U.S.A.] : Nawakum Press, 2012. Folio, papered boards, 32 pp. bound concertina-style, letterpress with decoration, housed in a cloth covered folding clamshell box with resin insert. Limited to 24 copies plus 6 proofs, signed and numbered by the poet.  “In A Single Gesture is a sequence of 24 poems manifesting as one, connected …

  • The Sirens
LONEY, Alan (1940 - )
# 14517

    # 14517

    LONEY, Alan (1940 - )

    The Sirens

    Sherman Oaks [U.S.A.] : Ninja Press, 2011. Narrow folio, lettered papered boards, cloth spine, pp [28], printed letterpress, gold and silver decoration. Limited to 80 copies signed and numbered by the poet. Accompanied by the original prospectus. “These previously unpublished poems are hand set in Eve and Paramount printed on gampi torinoko, handmade by the …

  • Open sky. A homage to Ruth Dallas. A book by Alan Loney
DALLAS, Ruth (1919 - 2008); LONEY, Alan (1940 - )
# 14515

    # 14515

    DALLAS, Ruth (1919 - 2008); LONEY, Alan (1940 - )

    Open sky. A homage to Ruth Dallas. A book by Alan Loney

    Dunedin : Otakou Press, 2008. Quarto, silver-lettered cloth, buckram spine, pp. [28], text and printed decoration. Signed and numbered by the author. Foreword by Donald Kerr. Mint copy.  “This book is edited, designed & printed by Alan Loney in his term as Printed in Residence at Otakou Press, August 2008. The visual elements are selected …