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‎ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 44487

(1870)

‎Fairy Tales and Sketches. Translated by Caroline Peachey, Augusta Plesner, H. Ward, and others. With eighty-one Vignettes by Otto Speckter, and other Illustrations by A.W. Cooper, A.W. Bayes, etc., etc.‎

‎London, Bell and Daldy, 1870. Orig. pictorial full cloth, gilt spine, gilt covers. All edges gilt. XII,542 pp. and textillustrations. A fine clean copy.‎


‎First edition of the largest collection of Andersen's fairy Tales issued up to the publishing. Many of the 35 Fairy Tales is here published for the first time in English. - Bredsdorff, pp. 390-91 a. p. 519.‎

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Reference : 57491

(1829)

‎Five early first printings: SkjÊrmbrÊts-Billeder. 1-5. + Studenten. + Brudstykke af en Udflugt i Sommeren 1829. - Odense og dens Omegn - + DÃds-Ãieblikket. + Tanker over et Nul. (All from KjÞbenhavns-Posten).‎

‎KjÞbenhavn, A. P. Liunge, 1829. Bound in 5 recent uniform marbled cardboardbindings. Gilt title labels to front boards. Minor wear to capitals. Some brownspotting.‎


‎Five early first printings by Hans Christian Andersen, all published in the periodical KjÞbenhavns-Posten, 1829, when Andersen was merely 24 years old. These five printings constitute some of the earliest printed pieces by the great fairy-tale author. 1829 constitutes the true breakthrough-year for Andersen and a turning-point in his career and life.BFN 38-42,43,44,45,50.‎

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Reference : 57489

(1829)

‎Fodreise fra Holmens Canal til Ãstpynten af Amager i Aarene 1828 og 1829. Andet Oplag. (ForÞget af Forfatteren).‎

‎KjÞbenhavn, C. A. Reitzel, 1829. Bound in a contemporary slightly worn half calf with gilt spine. Some wear to hinges and capitals. Previous owner's signature to top of title page. Some brownspotting. Last leaf restored to inner margin.‎


‎The rare second issue of Hans Christian Andersen's debut novel, ""Journey on Foot"", here in the extremely scarce original printed wrappers. Andersen himself considered this book his debut and refers to it as ""my first publication"". It came to play a tremendous role in the development of his writing and constitutes one of his most important works. It is the first piece of Andersen that yields any success and the first work for which he gained any recognition.""It is a well-known fact that Hans Christian Andersen made his dÃbut as a writer three times during his youth. The first time he published a book was in 1822, when ""Youthful Attempts"" came out... He was 17 years old, penniless and in need for help, but the main part of the circulation ended up in the paper mill...The second time he made his dÃbut was in 1829, when he published ""Journey on Foot from Holmen's Canal to the Eastern Point of Amager"", a book which can hardly be classified as a travel book. To me it seems a subtle and humorous arabesque and a literary satire. This book was published in the year after he had left grammar-school and was qualifying for the entrance examination to academic studies at the university. It can rightly be regarded as a key, which enables us to understand the entire development of his later production...It was Carl Bagger, his friend from the school days, who had instigated him to cultivate his inborn talent for satire, and during the same year he published ""Journey on Foot"" they met regularly together with a third mate in the ""Serapionsclub"" to which Andersen showed up with a piece of paper sticking out of his pocket. As a free writer it was the fantastic arabesque à la E. T. A. Hoffmann, which came into the centre of their poetic endeavour. What he had learned from Bernhard Severin Ingemann, his fatherly friend, talked about to Carl Bagger and read in Hoffmann, Jean Paul and Ludwig Tieck, he laid out in his book, which as a mixture of an autobiography in disguise and an allegorical satire contains all the basic motifs of his poetic world as a raw material."" (Kofoed)In ""The Fairy Tale of My Life"", Andersen writes: ""Having passed my examinations, the multicoloured fantasies and inventions by which I had been haunted on my walking tours back from my coach, flew like a swarm of bees out in the world in my first publication: ""Journey on Foot from Holmen's Canal to the Eastern Point of Amager"", a humours, weird book, a kind of fanciful arabesque, yet perfectly indicating my whole personality and my views at that time.""""""Journey on Foot"" is a grotesque and serious satire foreseeing the deluge of letters in a mass society, and this issue is in my opinion not only superior as a motive in Andersen's first book but also an overall theme in his entire production. A kind of grotesque humour is one of the characteristics of the arabesque, and if we take a look at the collected tales we may easily sort out a series of narratives typical of the same fluttering, self-ironical and even prophetic style."" (Kofoed)See: Kofoed, Niels: ""The Arabesque and the Grotesque - Hans Christian Andersen Decomposing the World of Poetry"" , In: Johan de Mylius, Aage JÞrgensen and Viggo HjÞrnager Pedersen (ed.): ""Hans Christian Andersen. A Poet in Time. Papers from the Second International Hans Christian Andersen Conference 29 July to 2 August 1996."" The Hans Christian Andersen Center, Odense University, Odense University Press. 576 pages, Odense, Denmark 1999.A good copy with the often missing half title which is not mentioned by Birger Frank Nielsen.BFN 27.‎

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‎ANDERSEN, H. C.‎

Reference : 57488

(1851)

‎FÊdrelandske Vers og Sange under Krigen. Udgivne samlede til IndtÊgt for de Saarede og Faldnes Efterladte.‎

‎KjÞbenhavn, C. A. Reitzel, 1851. Indbundet ubeskÃ¥ret i originalt bogtrykt kartonnage. Ryggen med blÃ¥t karduspapir. Stempler pÃ¥ forperm, titelblad og s. 5. Enkelte brunpletter isÊr pÃ¥ titelbladet. ‎


‎Originaludgaven. BFN 580.‎

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‎"ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 57376

(1847)

‎Gesammelte Werke. Vom Verfasser selbst besorgte Ausgabe. Bd. 1.-30. ‎

‎Leipzig, Carl B. Lorck, 1847. Bound in 10 nice contemp. hcloth with marbled covers. Gilt spines with gilt lettering. Engraved portrait of the author. Internally clean and fine, printed on good paper.‎


‎FÞrste tyske udgave. Indeholder A's fÞrste store selvbiografi ""Das MÀrchen meines Lebens"", som fÞrst udkom pÃ¥ dansk i 1855. - BFN, 515.‎

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‎ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 48628

(1971)

‎H.C. Andersens DagbÞger 1825-1875. Udg.under Ledelse of KÃ¥re Olsen og H.TopsÞe-Jensen. 12 bd.‎

‎KÞbenhavn, Gad, 1971-76. 8vo. 12 volumes in the original half cloth. A fine set.‎


‎Volume I-X: H. C. Andersen's diary 1825-1875. Volume XI: Register of persons. Volume XII: Other registers.‎

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‎ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 633

(1971)

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‎ANDERSEN (H.-C.). ‎

Reference : 15479

(1909)

‎Histoires et aventures. Traduction nouvelle précédée d'une préface de Eugène Rodrigues. Eaux-fortes et bois dessinés par Alexandre Lunois. ‎

‎ 1909 P., chez l'Artiste, 1909, In-4 étroit, en feuilles, couverture imprimée en deux tons, portefeuille bleu gris de l'éditeur avec vignette sur le premier plat. ‎


‎Edition originale française de ces 8 contes tirée à 156 exemplaires numérotés, celui-ci sur papier de Cuve d'Arches filigrané au nom de l'auteur et au monogramme de l'illustrateur.Les 25 eaux-fortes originales dont 11 hors-texte et 80 compositions ont été gravées sur bois en couleurs par Suzanne Lepère, fille d'Auguste Lepère.Les 8 contes ( Grand'Mère, La Petite Sirène, l'Histoire d'une Mère, le Camarade de Voyage, A l'extrémité de la Mer, la Fille du Roi de la Vase, le Pavillon, Sous le Saule) ont été traduits par l'épouse de l'illustrateur, compatriote d'Andersen.La typographie en caractères Auriol est due à E. Féquet ( qui travailla entre autres pour Ambroise Vollard), le tirage en rouge noir et bistre a été exécuté sur les Presses à bras de Lunois.Un des livres séduisants de l'époque, dans l'esprit de l' "A Rebours" de Lepère et entièrement composé par A. Lunois. ‎

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‎"ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 20755

(1852)

‎Historier. (1.-) 2. Samling.‎

‎K., 1852-53. Smukt senere hldrbd. i gl. stil m. rig rygforgyldn., brede hjÞrner og enkelte stregbordurer i guld pÃ¥ permer. Topguldsnit. SÊrdeles friskt ekspl. m. begge smudstitelblade og begge indholdsfortegnelser.‎


‎BFN 606 og 616. 2 originaludgaver. Indeholder 8 eventyr i fÞrstetryk, heriblandt ""Det er ganske vist!"" Fra Knud Scavenius' bibliotek, med hans super-ex libris i guld pÃ¥ inderside af forperm.‎

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‎"ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 20756

(1852)

‎Historier. (1.-) 2. Samling.‎

‎K., 1852-53. Papbd. m. skindtitelfelt pÃ¥ ryg. (Omslagspapir af Viggo Madsen). False og kapitÊler m. brugsspor. Brunplettet. M. begge smudstitelblade og begge indholdsfortegnelser.‎


‎BFN 606 og 616. 2 originaludgaver. Indeholder 8 eventyr i fÞrstetryk, heriblandt ""Det er ganske vist!""‎

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‎"ANDERSEN, H. C.‎

Reference : 26911

(1853)

‎Historier. Anden Samling.‎

‎K., 1853. Samt. slidt hldrbd. Nedre kapitÊl revet op. GennemgÃ¥ende skjold, plettet.‎


‎BFN 616. Indeholder 4 fÞrstetryk: Hjertesorg, ""Alt paa sin rette Plads!"", Nissen hos SpekhÞkeren, Under PiletrÊet.‎

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‎"ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 40535

(1853)

‎Historier. Anden Samling.‎

‎Kbhvn., Reitzel, 1853. Samt. halvshirt. En anelse plettet.‎


‎BFN 616. Indeholder 4 fÞrstetryk: Hjertesorg, ""Alt paa sin rette Plads!"", Nissen hos SpekhÞkeren, Under PiletrÊet.‎

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‎"ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 34632

(1852)

‎Historier. (FÞrste) - Anden Samling. - [FIRST EDITION OF THE ""STORIES""-COLLECTION]‎

‎KjÞbenhavn, 1852 - 53. Indb. i et sÊdeles nydeligt nyere hldrbd. i gl. stil m. rig rygforgyldn. UbeskÃ¥ret. Komplet m. begge smudstitelblade (smudstitelbladet til anden samling er pÃ¥ noget varierende, men samtidigt papir), begge titelblade, begge indholdsfortegnelser og alle alle sÊrskilte deltitelblade til de enklte historier. Nogle blade brunplettede, men et sÊrdeles nydeligt ekspl.‎


‎Originaludgaven af begge Historie-samlinger. Indeholder i alt otte historier i originaltryk, heriblandt ""Det er ganske vist!"", ""Paa den yderste Dag"", ""Hjertesorg"", ""Nissen hos SpekhÞkeren"".BFN 606, 616.First edition of both ""Story""-collections, bound in a very nice later hcalf in old style w. gilt back. Uncut and fully complete w. all titles, half-titles and contents-leaves. Some pages brownspotted, but a very nice copy, containing eight stories printed for the first time.‎

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‎"ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 20754

(1855)

‎Historier. Med 55 Illustrationer efter Originaltegninger af V. Pedersen, skaarne i TrÊ af Ed. Kretzschmar.‎

‎K., 1855. Samt. hldrbd. Kanter m. lettere brugsspor. Indvendig ren.‎


‎Originaludgave. Heri 3 eventyr i originaltryk, bl.a. ""Klods-Hans"" samt 9 eventyr for fÞrste gang i bogform.‎

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‎"ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 20757

(1855)

‎Historier. Med 55 Illustrationer efter Originaltegninger af V. Pedersen.‎

‎K., 1855. Orig. komp. rÞdt helshirtbd. m. guldtryk. Ryg slidt, permer lÞsgÃ¥et. Indimellem en smule brunplettet.‎


‎Originaludgave. Heri 3 eventyr i fÞrstetryk, bl.a. ""Klods-Hans"" samt 9 eventyr for fÞrste gang i bogform. BFN 736-39.‎

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‎"ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 2257

(1855)

‎Historier. Med 55 Illustrationer efter Originaltegninger af V. Pedersen. B34‎

‎K., 1855. Indb. m. det orig. bogtrykte for- og bagomsl. i senere mÞnstret papbd. m. skindtitelfelt pÃ¥ forperm. Foromsl. rep. for mindre tab i hjÞrne.‎


‎BFN 736-39. Heri ogsÃ¥ 3 eventyr i fÞrstetryk, bl.a. ""Klods-Hans"". SjÊlden med de bogtrykte omslag.‎

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Reference : 57382

(1855)

‎Historier. Med 55 Illustrationer efter Originaltegninger af V. Pedersen, skaarne i TrÊ af Ed. Kretzschmar. - [ORIGINALTRYKKET AF KLODS-HANS]‎

‎KjÞbenhavn, 1855. Bound in a lovely contemporary brown half calf with gilt spine. Light wear to extremities. Internally light brownspotting. A lovely copy. Beautifully illsutrated. ‎


‎First edition of this collection of some of Andersen's most cherished stories, of which three are printed for the first time. Among the first printings, we have one of Andersen's most famous stories of all time, namely ""Klods-Hans"" (Clumsy Hans). BFN: 736.‎

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‎ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 20673

(1851)

‎Hyldemoer. Phantasiespil i een Act.‎

‎K., 1851. UbeskÃ¥ret i senere helbd. af brunt immiteret lÊder, rÞdt titelfelt pÃ¥ forperm. Brunplettet.‎


‎BFN 596. Originaludgave.‎

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Reference : 2343

(1851)

‎Hyldemoer. Phantasiespil i een Act.‎

‎K., 1851. Nydeligt senere papirbd.m. skindtitelfelt pÃ¥ ryg.Lidt brunplettet.‎


‎BFN 596. Originaludgave.‎

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Reference : 27489

(1851)

‎Hyldemoer. Phantasiespil i een Act.‎

‎K., 1851. UbeskÃ¥ret, uden omsl. Brunplettet.‎


‎Originaludgave. BFN 596.‎

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Reference : 57474

(1851)

‎Hyldemoer. Phantasiespil i een Act.‎

‎KjÞbenhavn, C. A. Reitzel, 1851. Indbundet ubeskÃ¥ret i et nydeligt nyere papbind. Forgyldt titeletiket pÃ¥ forpermen. Nydeligt, rent og fint eksemplar.‎


‎Originaludgaven. BFN 596.‎

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‎ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 6123

(1851)

‎Hyldemoer. Phantasiespil i een Act.‎

‎K., 1851. UbeskÃ¥ret uden omsl.‎


‎BFN 596. Originaludgave.‎

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‎ANDERSEN, H.C.‎

Reference : 40636

(1835)

‎Improvisatoren - Original Roman i to Dele.‎

‎Kbhvn., Reitzel, 1835. Indbundet i eet samtidigt beskedent halvlÊderbind, Þverste kapitÊl defekt. (8),228,(6),266,(2) sider. Lidt gulplettet. Gammelt navn pÃ¥ friblad. Med begge smudstitelblade, indholdsfortegnelser og dedikationsbladet til Collin. ‎


‎Originaludgave. BFN 264.‎

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‎"ANDERSEN, H. C.‎

Reference : 57554

(1835)

‎Improvisatoren. Original Roman i to Dele. - [ANDERSEN'S DEBUT NOVEL]‎

‎KiÞbenhavn, C. A. Reitzel, 1835. Bound in two lovely, uniform, contemporary half calf bindings with richly gilt spine. Hinges expertly restored. An excellent copy, printed on fine paper. Indbundet i to nydelige samtidige ensartede halvlÊderbind med rig rygforgyldning. False sÊrdeles pÊnt restaureret med de originale rygge bevaret. Tidligere ejers navnetrÊk pÃ¥ forsatsbladene. Med begge smudstitelblade samt errata. FÃ¥ spredte brunpletter ellers ren indvendig. PÃ¥ velinagtigt papir. Med forgyldt superexlibris pÃ¥ indersiden af forpermerne. Et sÊrdeles fint eksemplar.‎


‎Scarce first edition of Andersen's third debut, his first novel, which brought him fame as one of the foemost novel-writers. ""Improvisatoren"" is considered one of the most perfect works by Andersen and the work that seriously made him famous, especially in Europe, where he first and foremost came to be known as an eminent author of novels. With his great first novel, Andersen paves the way for the new modern genre of the novel and places himself at the very front of this literary movement. ""Improvisatoren"" also constitutes Andersen's efforts throughout the 30'es to write in a picturesque manner. He is extremely proud to say due to his novel, his German translator, ""Professor Kruse [...] says that I am the greatest painter and Ãrsted says that I should have the brush as well as the pen."" (Letter to Henriette Wulff, March 16, 1835). Andersen is extremely occupied with the novel and focuses greatly upon its reception. To his extreme joy, ""Improvisaoren"" is tremendously well received, and Andersen almost cannot believe his success. ""People adore Improvisatoren, everything I say and speak they find terrific, everything I utter an urge for they give me. They ask me what dished I would like, if I want to drive on trips. You can very well believe that OehlenschlÀger at his Prince is not being flattered more than me. It is the first time that I feel the comfort of being a poet."" (Letter to Edvard Collin 5 Juli 1835). Later in the same letter, he asks Collin, if he has heard about the German translation and what impressions that is making - ""I long to hear what kind of impression it is making on the Germans.""In April 1835, he writes to Henriette Wulff: ""My novel Improvisatoren has now been published in Danish and is being published in German as I write... Never before has any work by me caught the masses so vividly,... ""I am ""on a wave""" but my heart is full of gratitude towards the good God" from him I feel that it is all a gift, a blessing, he has allowed to flow through my soul."" (Letter to Henriette Wulff, April 29, 1835). BFN 264.‎

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Reference : 26893

(1838)

‎Improvisatoren. Roman. ÃfversÀttning. I tvenne Delar. FÃrra - Sednare Delen.‎

‎Sthlm., L. J. Hjerta, 1838 - 39. UbeskÃ¥ret i samt. marmoreret papbd. m. brugsspor. OgsÃ¥ m. det fÊlles titelbl. fra ""Nytt LÀse=Bibliotek"". Indvendig helt frisk.‎


‎FÞrste svenske udgave, udkommet tre Ã¥r efter den danske original.‎

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