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(19th Century - Gastronomy) Nicolas APPERT Le livre de tous les menages
Nicolas APPERT (1749-1841) Le livre de tous les menages ou l'art de conserver pendant plusieurs années toutes les substances animales et vegetales, Chez Barrois l'ainé, Paris., 1813. Ouvrage soumis au bureau consultatif des arts et manufactures revetu de son approbation.Troisieme edition revue et augmentée de procedes nouveaux. 8vo, XXXXVIII, 176 pages, 1 fold plate. Boards. Autograph signature of the author. Third edition, the first one was published in 1810. Autographes Enchères
(18th Century - History) Costituzione della Repubblica Romana
Costituzione della Repubblica Romana, Roma - Foligno, Cittadino Gio. Tomassini Stamp. Nazionale, 1798 (March). 8vo, 73, (1) pages, vignette on title page. Contemporary boards. Introduction by the general Massena. Very good copy.The Roman Republique existed from 15 February 1798 until 30 September 1799. The Constitution, written among others by Ennio Quirino Visconti (Roma, November 1, 1751 - Paris, February 7, 1818; Italian art historian and politician), was declared on 17 March 1798 and it was published by different publishers in several towns of the republic. First edition in Foligno. Autographes Enchères
Joseph BOVET
Swiss clergyman and composer (1879-1951)Signed letter "Joseph Bovet chan[oine]", 1/2 page, 4to; Fribourg, 14 December 1940. Letterhead with his name and titles. Langer collection. Joint: a little portrait of Bovet, lithography. Good condition. Addressed to Louis Johannot (later director of the international school Le Rosay, in Rolle, Switzerland); Bovet apologises for some forgotten Christmas shipping and gives his assurance that he will take care of the matter very soon. He also remembers the pleasure of a previous meeting in Lyss, when he admired Johannot's commitment with the interned, possibly a reference to the war refugees. It is worth remember that during the WWII, Switzerland sheltered 200'000 people. [Music] Autographes Enchères
Revolutionary newspaper - Le Père DUCHESNE
Le Père Duchesne was a radical newspaper founded in 1790 by the French journalist and publisher Jacques Hébert (1757-1794); it was published until 1794, when Hébert was sentenced to death by guillotine and executed. One of the very first issues, 1790, 8 pages, 8vo, printed by Tremblay. Woodcut vignette. Good condition. In this issue the archibishop of Paris, Leclerc de Juigné (1728-1811), who was recently run away to Chambéry, is strongly criticised and Père Duchesne is happy of the order given to the prelate, to came back to Paris. The archibishop however, was well aware that he would have risked to be sentenced to death, and came back in Paris only in 1802. [Memorabilia] Autographes Enchères
(18th Century - Armorial binding) Binding, coat of arms of of Marie Antoinette
Beautiful French binding in red morocco, gilt coat of arms of Marie Antoinette on both covers, gilt floreal frame, panelled spine with gilt decoration and title, gilt dentelles inside covcers, gilt edges. On: Livre D'Eglise Latin -Francois suivant le nouveau breviaire de Paris, Paris, Aux Dèpenses des Libraires Associès pour les usages du Diocèse, 1765. 12mo, (20), 600, clxxvi pages. Upper front corner a little bumped, edges and top os spine slightly worn but a beautiful, uncommon, binding. Marie Antoinette, qeen of France, was the wife of Louis XVI; she was executed by guillotine on 16 October 1793. Autographes Enchères
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