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‎ANDERSEN, H.C. - [FIRST EDITION OF THE "STORIES"-COLLECTION]‎

Reference : 34632

‎Historier. (Første) - Anden Samling.‎

‎Kjøbenhavn, 1852 - 53. Indb. i et sædeles nydeligt nyere hldrbd. i gl. stil m. rig rygforgyldn. Ubeskåret. Komplet m. begge smudstitelblade (smudstitelbladet til anden samling er på noget varierende, men samtidigt papir), begge titelblade, begge indholdsfortegnelser og alle alle særskilte deltitelblade til de enklte historier. Nogle blade brunplettede, men et særdeles 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 Spekhøkeren".<br>BFN 606, 616.<br><br>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. - [FIRST EDTION - IN WRAPPERS - OF FIVE FAMOUS FAIRY TALES]‎

Reference : 55266

‎Nye Eventyr. Tredie Samling.‎

‎Kjøbenhavn, 1845. Bound uncut with the original printed wrappers in a lovely marbled paper binding (August Sandgren) with gilt leather title label to spine. Front wrapper with small marginal professional paper restoration. An excellent copy with usual brownspotting. Scarce first edition, extremely rare with the original wrappers, of the first edition of the third "collection" of Andersen's second fairy tale-collection, containing five of his best fairy tales in the first printing - among them the cherished tales "The Red Shoes" and "The Shepherdess and the Chimney-Sweep ".<br><br>The five famous fairy tales that all appear here for the first time are: Elverhøi (The Elf Mound), De røde Skoe (The Red Shoes), Springfyrerne (The Jumpers), Hyrdinden og Skorsteensfeieren (The Shepherdess and the Chimney-Sweep), Holger Danske (Holger Danske - Holger the Dane). <br><br>BFN: 467 - 468, 469, 470, 471, 472.‎


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‎ANDERSEN, H.C. - [FIRST PRINTING OF ANDERSEN'S FIRST FAIRY TALE]‎

Reference : 52078

‎Digte.‎

‎Kjöbenhavn (i.e. Copenhagen), 1830. Simple contemporary black half cloth. Internally only light scattered brownspotting. An excellent copy. The rare first edition of the first published collection of Andersen's poetry - Andersen's third published book (at the age of 25) - containing, at the end, the first printing of any of his fairy tales, being also his very first fairy tale, "Dødningen, et fyensk Folke-eventyr" (i.e. "The Ghost" (also sometime "The Spectre"), "A Folk- Fairy Tale from Funen"). This is the first time that Andersen uses the term "Eventyr" (fairy tale), the term which came to denote the genre for which he received world-wide fame as one of the most important writers of all time. <br><br>"The Ghost" was later rewritten and published for the second time in Andersen's first fairy tale collection, "Eventyr fortalte for Børn" (PMM 299), 1835, under the title "The Travelling Companion". As Andersen would later explain, his first fairy tale was based upon a folk tale from Funen he had heard as a child. This seminal publication lays the foundation for Andersen's activity as an author of fairy tales.<br> <br>This collection furthermore contains 46 poems, 20 of which are published here for the first time (the rest were published separately in various periodicals). <br><br>BFN 51.‎


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‎ANDERSEN, H.C. - [FIRST PRINTING OF ANDERSEN'S FIRST FAIRY TALE]‎

Reference : 52489

‎Digte.‎

‎Kjöbenhavn (i.e. Copenhagen), 1830. Lovely contemporary brown half calf with gilt spine. Internally light scattered damp staining. A lovely copy. The rare first edition of the first published collection of Andersen's poetry - Andersen's third published book (at the age of 25) - containing, at the end, the first printing of any of his fairy tales, being also his very first fairy tale, "Dødningen, et fyensk Folke-eventyr" (i.e. "The Ghost" (also sometime "The Spectre"), "A Folk- Fairy Tale from Funen"). This is the first time that Andersen uses the term "Eventyr" (fairy tale), the term which came to denote the genre for which he received world-wide fame as one of the most important writers of all time. <br><br>"The Ghost" was later rewritten and published for the second time in Andersen's first fairy tale collection, "Eventyr fortalte for Børn" (PMM 299), 1835, under the title "The Travelling Companion". As Andersen would later explain, his first fairy tale was based upon a folk tale from Funen he had heard as a child. This seminal publication lays the foundation for Andersen's activity as an author of fairy tales.<br> <br>This collection furthermore contains 46 poems, 20 of which are published here for the first time (the rest were published separately in various periodicals). <br><br>BFN 51.‎


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‎ANDERSEN, H.C. - FLERE FØRSTETRYK.‎

Reference : 58547

‎Blade af min Dagbog I-III. (I. Raphaels Begravelse. II. Thorvaldsen. III. En Spadseretour gjennem Posilip-Grotten ved Neapel). + Italiensk Musik, Sang og Theatervæsen. (Alle i Söndagsblad. Et æsthetisk Ugeskrift. Udgivet af A.P. Liunge.).‎

‎Kjøbenhavn, Udgiverens Forlag, 1835. Lex8vo. Samtidigt hldrbd. Rygforgyldning. Forgyldt rygtitel. Ryg og kanter lidt slidte. Ugeskriftets 1. årgang, nr. 1-39. (4),624 spalter. Lidt spredte brunpletter. Alle i førstetryk. - BFN, 258, 259, 260 og 261.‎


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‎ANDERSEN H. C. / GUYLAISNE‎

Reference : R320098968

‎LE VILAIN PETIT CANARD - NEIGELINE‎

‎LA RONDE DES ENFANTS. NON DATE. In-8. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. environs 5 pages augmentées de nombreuses illustrations en couleur dans et hors texte. . . . Classification Dewey : 398.2-Conte populaire‎


‎CONTE PAR GISELE PARRY / CONTE PAR GISELE CASADESUS Classification Dewey : 398.2-Conte populaire‎

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‎ANDERSEN H. CH‎

Reference : RO30077182

ISBN : 2226141219

‎LES PLUS BEAUX CONTES D'HIVER‎

‎ALBIN MICHEL JEUNESSE. non daté. In-4. Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 79 pages. Nombreux dessins en couleurs dans le texte et hors texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 843.0692-Livres d'enfants‎


‎Illustrés par Anastassija Archipowa. Classification Dewey : 843.0692-Livres d'enfants‎

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‎ANDERSEN, H.C. (HANS CHRISTIAN). - [INAUGURANTING THE FAIRY TALE-GENRE]‎

Reference : 58457

‎Eventyr fortalte for Børn. (1.-3. Hefte) + Eventyr fortalte for Børn. Ny Samling (1.-3. Hefte). 2 Bind. [I.e. Fairy Tales Told for Children. 6 issues, divided into two volumes - all that was issued].‎

‎Kjöbenhavn, 1837-1847. Bound in one nice contemporary half calf binding with blindstamped and gilt ornamentation to spine. Gilding vague, also the gilt title. Minor bumping to corners. Internally a bit of scattered brownspotting, but overall unusually nice, clean, and fresh. A truly excellent copy. See collation below. A magnificent set - unusually nice and clean and bound together in a contemporary binding, which is almost never the case - of the first edition of this exceedingly rare collection of Andersen's earliest fairy tales. This legendary fairy tale-collection that created the fairy tale-genre and brought Andersen international fame, consists in six parts that together make up two volumes. As with most of the other few existing copies, the present set is a mixture of issues (though here, merely two of the parts are in second issue). <br><br>"With the passing of each year, Andersen's genious brought forth new "wonder stories", and the fame he had so desperately craved and striven for became a reality. Little did he know in the spring of 1835, when he all but had to beg his publisher to accept these remarkable tales, that one day they would make him immortal. And little did the critics, nearly all of whom advised him to give up his "experiment" and devote himself to his other writings, ever dream that they would live to see him gain world acclaim for these tales. <br>For almost a hundred years now, generation after generation has been brought up on Andersen's stories. Take the English-speaking world, for instance. Since the first appearance of Andersen's Fairy Tales in London and New York, in 1846, over seven hundred different editions, including dozens of varied translations, illustrated by more than a hundred different artists, have been published in the United States alone. <br>Indeed, Andersen's stories will live on as classics - as much part of our civilization as the two primary educational factors, reading and writing." (Jean Hersholt, p. 27). <br><br>Due to the fact that the six little pamphlets together, printed in different years, all have their own title-pages, half-titles, contents, etc. and that there were then also printed all of this for each volume of three (times two) together, the book binders almost always removed several of these "extra" leaves, as they seemed superfluous. It was never the intention of the publisher that the single half-titles, title-pages or tables of contents be preserved. However, due to the many different laves that were deemed "superfluous" or not, all existing sets of these two little volumes have their individual mix-up of half-titles, titles, and tables of contents. Thus, no copies are known to exist with all leaves present.<br> <br>"During Andersen's lifetime 162 of his Fairy Tales were published, but the scarcest and most difficult to obtain are these six little pamphlets. We do not know exactly how many, or how few, copies were printed, but we do know that no copy with all the title pages and tables of contents has ever been offered for sale by any dealer or at any auction. To my knowledge, only five or six complete copies of the first printings (1835-1842) still exist. Even the second printing of the six pamphlets in their entirety (1842-1847) is exceedingly scarce and difficult to obtain." (Jean Hersholt).<br><br>Here follows a collation including mention of issues and lacunae: <br><br>Vol. I: <br>VIII pp. (joint title-page (dated 1837) for the three parts, contents-leaf for all three parts, and preface ("Til de ældre Læsere"). The joint half-title merely stating "Eventyr for Børn" has not been bound in.<br><br>First Part: 61 (including the title-page), (3) (blank verso of p. 61 and the contents-leaf for part one) pp. The half-title has not been bound in. Second issue, 1842.<br><br>Second Part: 76 (including half-title and title-page), 2 (contents-leaf for part two) pp. + 1 f. (blank). Second issue, 1844.<br><br>Third Part: 60 (including half-title and title-page) pp., 2 (contents-leaf for part two) pp. + 1 f. (blank). First issue, 1837.<br><br>Vol. II: <br>3 ff. (joint title-page, dedication-leaf (for Mrs. Heiberg), contents-leaf for all three parts). <br><br>First Part: 58 (including title-page), (2) (contents-leaf for part one) pp. The half-title has not been bound in. First issue, 1838.<br><br>Second Part: 53 (including title-page), (3) (verso of p. 53 and contents-leaf for part two) pp. The half-title has not been bound in. First issue, 1839.<br><br>Third Part: 49 (including title-page), (3) (verso of p. 49 and contents-leaf for part three) pp. The half-title has not been bound in. First issue, 1842..<br><br>This is one of the most complete copies we have ever seen, as the only leaves not withbound are some of the half-titles. Usually a lot more leaves have been left out by the binders, and it's even rare to find copies that have all title-pages. The separate contents-leaves are very rarely found preserved in copies that have the joint contents-leaves, and the blank leaves are almost never withbound. <br><br>BFN: 266; Hersholt: 23; PMM: 299.‎


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‎ANDERSEN, H.C. (HANS CHRISTIAN). - [PMM 299 - THE UGLY DUCKLING]‎

Reference : 1633

‎Eventyr fortalte for Børn. (1.-3. Hefte) + Eventyr fortalte for Børn. Ny Samling (1.-3. Hefte). 2 Bd (forskellige oplag).‎

‎Kbhvn., 1835-47. Indbundet i et smukt nyere hldrbd.af rødt gedeskind m. rygforgyldn. i gl. stil, i kassette. Med nogle brugsspor og nogle blade fint opforede i bladkanter, indimellem tæt beskåret. <br>Originaludgaven af H.C. Andersens første eventyrsamlinger hvis 6 hefter udgør 2 bind. - Her er de 2 hefter i 1. oplag., mens de 4 er i 2. oplag. De få eksisterende eksemplarer er næsten alle en sammenblanding af disse oplag, ligesom eksemplarerne har visse mangler mht. titelblade, smudstitelblade og indholdsfortegnelser.<br>1. Hefte: Smudstitelblad, titelblad samt 1. blad i faksimile. 61 pp. samt indholdsfortegnelse. 1 oplag. 1835.<br>2. Hefte: Titelblad, 76 pp. samt indholdsfortegnelse. 2. oplag, 1844.<br>3. Hefte: Smudstitelblad, titelblad, 60 pp. samt indholdsfortegnelse. 1. oplag, 1837.<br>Ny Samling - 1. Hefte: Smudstitelblad, titelblad, 58 pp. samt indholdsfortegnelse. 2. oplag, 1846.<br>Ny Samling - 2. Hefte: Smudstitelblad, titelblad i faksimile, 53 pp. (pp.47-48 i faksimile) samt indholdsfortegnelse, 2. oplag, 1847.<br>Ny Samling - 3. Hefte: SMudstitelblad, titelblad, 49 pp. (pp. 48-49 i faksimile). Indholdsfortegnelse på p. 49. 2. oplag, 1847.<br>Printing and the Mind of Man, No. 299. - Birger F. Nielsen, Nr. 266-70, 276-79, 303-05, 325-28, 352-55, 408-11. Bound in a beautiful recent full leather binding of red goat skin. Back richly gilt in old style, in slipcase. Some traces of use and some leaves neatly restored at edges, occasionally rather shaved.<br><br>The first edition of H.C.Andersen's first collections of fairy tales whose six parts make up two bindings. In the present copy two parts are first issues, while four are second issues. The few existing copies are nearly all a mixture of these issues and likewise nearly all copies have certain wants concerning title-page, half-title and tables of contents.<br><br>First Part: Half title, title page and first leaf in facsimile. 61 pp. and table of contents. First issue, 1835.<br><br>Second Part: Title page, 76 pp. and table of contents. Second issue, 1844.<br><br>Third Part: Half title, title page, 60 pp. and table of contents. First issue, 1837.<br><br>Ny Samling (New Collection) - First Part: Half title, title page, 58 pp. and table of contents. Second issue, 1846.<br><br>Ny Samling (New Collection) - Second Part: Half title, title page in facsimile, 53pp. (pp.47-48 in facsimile) and table of contents. Second issue, 1847.<br><br>Ny Samling (New Collection) - Third Part: Half title, title page, 49 pp. (pp. 48-49 in facsimile). Table of contents on p. 49. Second issue, 1847.<br><br>These publications brought H.C.Andersen international fame. The critical world hailed the "eventyr" as a new genre.‎


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‎ANDERSEN H. CH. / BERNADETTE‎

Reference : RO30078825

(1983)

ISBN : 3855395020

‎LA PETITE MARCHANDE D'ALLUMETTE‎

‎NORD-SUD. 1983. In-4. Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. Non paginé, environ 40 pages illustrées de dessins en couleurs dans le texte et hors texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 843.0692-Livres d'enfants‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 843.0692-Livres d'enfants‎

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‎ANDERSEN, HC. - HELGE ERNST (ILLUSTR.).‎

Reference : 40667

‎The Snow Queen. A Tale in seven Stories. Translated by Patricia L. Conroy and Sven Rossel. Postscript by Erik Dal. Illustrations by Helge Ernst. Binding Ole Olsen.‎

‎Herning, Povl Kristensen, 1986. Folio. Orig. helshirtbd.Guldsnit foroven. Ubeskåret trykt på Hahnemühle Bütten Papier. No. 36 signeret af kunstneren af 300 nummererede eksemplarer. 77,(1) pp. Med mange farveillustr. "printed as direct copy from monocrome originals".‎


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‎ANDERSEN H.-Chr.‎

Reference : RO80156440

(1955)

‎Nouveaux Contes‎

‎GEDALGE. 1955. In-4. Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Etat d'usage, Coins frottés, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur acceptable. 159 pages. Nombreuses planches illustrées en couleurs, dont une en frontispice. Nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc, dans le texte, par Ivane MARCHEGAY. Coiffes légèrement usées.. . . . Classification Dewey : 890-Littératures des autres langues‎


‎Traduits du danois par Cécilie LUND. Classification Dewey : 890-Littératures des autres langues‎

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‎Andersen H.-Chr‎

Reference : R200102949

(1955)

‎Nouveaux contes‎

‎Librairie Gedalge. 1955. In-4. Relié. Etat d'usage, Couv. convenable, Dos abîmé, Intérieur frais. 159 pages augmentées de nombreuses illustrations en couleurs et noir et blanc,dans et hors texte. Quelques rousseurs.. . . . Classification Dewey : 398.2-Conte populaire‎


‎Traduits du danois par Cécilie Lund. Illustrations dpar Ivane Marchegay. Classification Dewey : 398.2-Conte populaire‎

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‎ANDERSEN H. C. Illustré par Yan' Dargent.‎

Reference : 129019

(1940)

‎Contes danois.‎

‎Couverture rigide. Reliure de l'éditeur 348 pages. Rousseurs.‎


‎Livre. Traduits par Ernest Grégoire et Louis Moland. Illustré par Yan' Dargent. Librairie Garnier, Vers 1940.‎

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‎ANDERSEN, H.C. m.fl. - HEIBERG, J.L. (red.).‎

Reference : 28106

‎Kjøbenhavns flyvende Post.‎

‎1827, 1828, 1830. (1827: No. 1 - 105, 1828: No. 1 - 104 + extrablad (til No. 84), 1830: No. 1 - 157) (alt som udkom før 1834, dog uden de to supplementblade fra 1831, som ikke nævnes i Erslew) 2 x 4to + 1 folio. Indb. i tre uensartede samt. bd. Et slidt beskedent hldrbd. og to hshirtbd. m. brugsspor. Som vanligt brunplettet og m. nogle rifter samt enkelte reparationer. Uden Interimsbladene, der først blev udgivet mellem 1834 og 1837. <br>I det foreliggende sæt findes originaltryk af stort set alle den danske guldalders litterære frontfigurer, således adskillige af H.C. Andersen og af redaktøren selv, men også særdeles sjældne førstetryk såsom Poul Martin Møllers "En Moder med sit Barn, paa en Bænk i Rosenborg=Have" og sangen for Professor Hansteen.<br>Tidlige originale H.C. Andersen-tryk er ganske sjældne, i Kjøbenhavns flyvende Post for disse år findes ikke mindre end 18: BFN 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 77, 80, 81, 88, 92, 96, 97, 98, 104, 105.‎


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‎ANDERSEN, H.C. m.fl. - HEIBERG, J.L. (red.).‎

Reference : 28190

‎Kjøbenhavns flyvende Post.‎

‎1827, 1828, 1830. (1827: No. 1 - 105, 1828: No. 1 - 102 (af 104) + extrablad (til No. 84), 1830: No. 1 - 157) (364 af 366 numre, som er alt, der udkom før 1834, dog uden de to supplementblade fra 1831, som ikke nævnes i Erslew) 2 x 4to + 1 folio. Indb. i tre uensartede samt. hldrbd. To pæne hldrbd. m. rygforgyldn., indvendig usædvanligt rene og pæne m. kun få plettede og reparerede blade. Et slidt hldrbd., indvendig brunplettet (1830). Uden Interimsbladene, der først blev udgivet mellem 1834 og 1837. <br>I det foreliggende sæt findes originaltryk af stort set alle den danske guldalders litterære frontfigurer, således adskillige af H.C. Andersen og af redaktøren selv, men også særdeles sjældne førstetryk såsom Poul Martin Møllers "En Moder med sit Barn, paa en Bænk i Rosenborg=Have" og sangen for Professor Hansteen.<br>Tidlige originale H.C. Andersen-tryk er ganske sjældne, i Kjøbenhavns flyvende Post for disse år findes ikke mindre end 18: BFN 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 77, 80, 81, 88, 92, 96, 97, 98, 104, 105.‎


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‎ANDERSEN H.C. / NYMAN Elisabeth‎

Reference : RO70053617

(1989)

ISBN : 2867265126

‎LA TOUPIE ET LE BALLON‎

‎Milan.. 1989. In-8. Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. Non paginé. Illustré en couleurs hors-texte. Tampon de bibliothèque.. . . A l'italienne. Classification Dewey : 843.0692-Livres d'enfants‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 843.0692-Livres d'enfants‎

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EUR19.80

‎ANDERSEN H.C. / NYMAN Elisabeth‎

Reference : RO70053616

(1992)

ISBN : 2867268303

‎LE PETIT SOLDAT DE PLOMB‎

‎Milan.. 1992. In-8. Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. Non paginé. Illustré en couleurs.. . . A l'italienne. Classification Dewey : 843.0692-Livres d'enfants‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 843.0692-Livres d'enfants‎

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‎ANDERSEN, H.C. - [ONE OF THE SCARCEST ANDERSEN-TITLES]‎

Reference : 55862

‎Skibet, Vaudeville i een Act. Bearbeidet efter Scribes og Mazeres "La Quarantaine".‎

‎Kjöbenhavn (Copenhagen), 1831. Bound in a lovely, elegant blue half morocco binding with gilt spine (Kyster). Partly uncut and printed on good, heavy paper. A very pretty copy. Exceedingly scarce first edition of Andersen's second theatre-performed piece. The work is extremely rare and almost never turns up in the trade. Apart from his debut book, "Ungdoms-Forsøg"/"Palnatokes Grav", this is presumably the scarcest Andersen-title. <br><br>Hans Christian Andersen inaugurated his dramatical production with "Kjærlighed paa Nicolai Taarn" in 1829, a genre that came to mean a lot to him, and for which he continued producing plays for forty years, amounting to about as many plays. The question as to acceptance from the theatre and the the set-up of the plays, however, -especially at the beginning of his career - would often postpone the actual theatre debut by many months, sometimes years. And thus, although Andersen had translated/ re-written two other plays for the stage, before he re-wrote "Skibet" ("The Ship"), after Scribe and Mazere's "La Quarantaine", "Skibet" came to be the very first re-worked play by Andersen that was performed at the theatre and only the second play at all, following his own "Kjærlighed paa Nicolai Taarn". <br><br>Together with "Kjærlighed paa Nicolai Taarn", "Skibet" constitutes his dramatical/theatre-debut and was of immense importance to him. After "Skibet", he continued to re-write foreign pieces for the stage and gained more and more success in this endeavour. <br><br>BFN 166.‎


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‎ANDERSEN, H.C. - [ORIGINALTRYKKET AF KLODS-HANS]‎

Reference : 57382

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

‎Kjøbenhavn, 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). <br><br>BFN: 736.‎


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‎ANDERSEN, H.C. - [THE FIRST SEPARATE EDITION OF THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF H.C.A.]‎

Reference : 32144

‎The True Story of My Life: A Sketch. Translated by Mary Howitt.‎

‎London, Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1847. Orig. red-brown full cloth. Boards and back blindtooled (Remnant & Edmonds, London). Capitals worn, especially upper capital, small nick to upper part of back. Inner hinges a bit weak. Internally nice and clean. W. half-title. VIII, 298 pp + Publisher's Catalogue (32 pp). First English language edition, being the first separate edition, of Hans Christian Andersen's first official autobiography. <br>The English edition preceded the Danish with 95 years (!), as the first Danish edition did not appear until 1942, when it was issued by H. Topsøe-Jensen under the title "Mit eget Eventyr uden Digtning" (i.e. "My Own Fairy Tale Without Poetry"). The first German edition appeared as an introduction in the collected German edition of Andersen's works, also in 1847, under the title: "Das Märchen meines Lebens ohne Dichtung." The general idea that underlies the work is that life is like a fairy tale and that God makes curious things happen. "This True Story of his Life will not be found the least interesting of his writings; indeed, to me it seems one of the most so. It furnishes the key, as it were to all the rest [...]" (Translator's preface). The autobiography is written in the same wonderful language and with the same straightforward mystique that characterizes H.C. Andersen's other writings, and the person H.C.A. cannot be said to be less interesting or intriguing than his fairy tales. "My life is a lovely story, happy and full of incident. If, when I was a boy, and went forth into the world poor and friendless, a good fairy had met me and said, "Choose now thy own course through life [...]" (the initiating lines of Chapter one). <br>H.C. Andresen wrote his autobiography while travelling in Europe. Numerous interruptions appeared, and Andersen sent the sheets of the manuscript off to the publisher as they were written, which meant that he did not have the earlier parts of the work with him when he wrote the latter. The work also much exceeded the length that he had intended. The manuscript was written in Danish and was translated into English and German the year after he had finished the final sheets (August 1846). For this work he only worked on one single manuscript, and made all of the numerous corrections directly in this, meaning that it was exceedingly difficult to read and that it could not be sent to a translator straight away. The publisher had been told to send the sheets of the manuscript directly to his friend and financial advisor, Edvard Collin, as they arrived, and Collin, realizing that no stranger would be able to read the manuscript, made a fair copy of the entire manuscript, correcting all of Andersen's linguistic and stylistic errors. In return he got to keep the manuscript, which is why it was still in existence almost 100 years later, when the first Danish edition of it was to be printed. Andersen borrowed his manuscript from Collin, when, some years later, he had to deliver a Danish autobiography for the edition of his collected works. He used it as the basis for "Mit Livs Eventyr" (The Fairy Tale of My Life"), which appeared in his collected works in 1854-55, but which is much different from the present and principal autobiography.‎


Herman H. J. Lynge & Son - Copenhagen

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DKK8,000.00 (€1,072.98 )

‎ANDERSEN, H.C. - [THE SECOND AND THIRD FAIRY TALE COLLECTION]‎

Reference : 36035

‎(Samlingsbind med både 2. og 3. Æventyrsamling) - Nye Eventyr. Første-(Andet) Bind (1. Bd.: 1.-3. Samling - 2. Bd.: 1.-2. Samling (alt som udkom, i 5 dele) + Historier. (Første-) Anden Samling (alt som udkom). [New Fairy Tales. Two volumes, all five collectionS + Historier. Both collections].‎

‎Kjøbenhavn, C.A. Reitzel, 1845-48 + 1852-53. Indbundet i et samtidigt, lidt beskedent hldrbd. med rygforgyldning. Ryg med lette brugsspor. Alle samlinger foreligger her med ALLE indholdsfortegnelser, smudstitelblade, dedikationsblade samt fællestitelblade til første og andet bind. Første Samling af Nye Eventyr er i "Tredie Oplag" med årstallet 1847. Alle 7 dele foreligger her i ganske usædvanligt rene og velbevarede ekemplarer, trykt på velin-agtigt papir. På bagsiden af første fællestitelblad et lille stempel "CAR", således antageligt fra udgiveren, C.A. Reitzels arkiv.<br><br>Bound in one cont., a bit modest, half calf binding w. gilt back. Back w. a bit of wear. All collections with ALL contents-leaves, half-titles, dedication-leaves and the joint title-pages of the first and second volume. First collection of "New Fairy Tales" is in the third issue, w. the year 1847. All seven parts are unusually clean and well preserved, printed on vellum-like paper. On the verso of the first joint title-page is a discrete stamp "CAR", indicating that the copy comes from the archive of the published, C.A. Reitzel. Originaludgaverne af Andersens anden og tredie samling af æventyr foreligger her i usædvanligt rene eksemplarer og ligeså usædvanligt, med alle titelblade og dedikationsblade. Heri førstetrykkene af adskillige af Andersens mest kendte og elskede æventyr, bl.a. "Grantræet", "Sneedronningen", "Elverhøi", "De røde Skoe", "Hyrdinden og Skorstensfeieren", "Holger Danske", "Skyggen", "Historien om en Moder" etc. - BFN: 428,454,467,516,529,606,616.<br><br>First edition of Andersen's second and third Fairy Tale Collection (one of the 7 parts in 3. issue), containing the Fairy Tales which brought him international fame. These collections contain several of his most famous and cherished Fairy Tales. Very scarce with all general titles, indexes, halftitles and dedication-leaves.‎


Herman H. J. Lynge & Son - Copenhagen

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DKK15,000.00 (€2,011.83 )

‎ANDERSEN (H.- C.) -ZOTOV‎

Reference : 92733

(1953)

‎Soloveï. [Le Rossignol et l'Empereur]. Illustrations de Zotov‎

‎ Detgiz. 1953. In-4. 20pp.n.ch. 1953. Broché avec agrafes image en couleur sur le titre. Les couvertures vert sombre sont imagées: l'Empereur et l'oiseau en médaillon pour la première et le nom de l'illustrateur dans un encadré au centre pour la seconde. Plus ou moins grandes des vignettes en couleur d' Oleg Zotov (1928) issu de l'Académie d'Art Surikov de Moscou illustrent le célèbre conte danois raconté ici en langue russe. C'est l'un des premiers ouvrages illustrés par l'artiste russe‎


‎(montrant une infime trace d'usage)‎

L'Ile Enchantée - Paris

Phone number : 01 46 33 95 80

EUR35.00

‎Andersen, Hellens Franz‎

Reference : RO30324000

(1943)

‎"Contes par Andersen précédés d'une introduction par Franz Hellens- Exemplaire n°827/2500. (Collection ""Erasme"")"‎

‎Les écrits. 1943. In-12. Broché. Bon état, Couv. légèrement passée, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 229 pages. Quelques pliures dans le texte. Léger accrocs aux coiffes.. . . . Classification Dewey : 94.4-Editions numérotées‎


‎"Traduit par P. G. La Chenais. Introduction par Franz Hellens. Exemplaire n°827/2500. Collection ""Erasme"". Classification Dewey : 94.4-Editions numérotées"‎

Le-livre.fr / Le Village du Livre - Sablons

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EUR39.80

‎[ANDERSEN]. HOYBYE (Paul).‎

Reference : 1356447

‎Andersen et la France.‎

‎Copenhague, Munksgaard, 1960, in-8, 45 pp. (DE1) ‎


Librairie Jean-Etienne HURET - Paris

Phone number : 33 01 40 50 15 40

EUR20.00
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