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‎Dalain Yvan, Favrod Charles-Henri (photographies): ‎

Reference : 16171

(1958)

‎Sahara, à l'heure de la découverte. ‎

‎Lausanne Lausanne, la Guilde du livre, 1958. In-4, cartonnage souple sous jaquette photographique, un peu frottée en bords, petit accroc en tête. ‎


‎Edition originale au tirage limité à 10030 exemplaires numérotés, celui-ci numéro 8636. ‎

La Bergerie - Carouge

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‎DALARD Paul ‎

Reference : 43098

(1956)

‎Anecdotes d'extreme-orient ‎

‎ 1956. Paris, 1956. Format 13,5x21 cm, broche, 78 pages. Couverture legerement defraichie. Bon etat. ‎


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‎D'ALAUX Gustave‎

Reference : 17605

(1850)

‎L'empereur Soulouque et son empire. Haïti‎

‎Extrait de la Revue des deux mondes, s.l. (Paris) 1850, 15,5x25cm, agrafé.‎


‎Editions originales. Sous couverture muette. Rare. - Photos sur www.Edition-originale.com - ‎

Le Feu Follet - Paris
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‎Dalbis L.J‎

Reference : 105018

(1925)

‎Le bouclier canadien-Français.‎

‎Montréal Editions C.Déom. 1925 246p 1 volume IN8. Reliure demi-basane bleue. Dos à nerfs orné. Couverture conservée. ‎


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‎DALGABIO Jean-Michel‎

Reference : 94472

‎Lyon-Athènes-Constantinople : les dessins du voyage de 1843.‎

‎ Publications de l'Université de Saint-Etienne, René Geroges, Stéphane Bachès, Archives de la Société Académique d'Architecture de Lyon, 2002, 295 p., cartonnage éditeur, environ 32x24cm, coins émoussés, des rousseurs sur les premières et les dernières pages, verso de la page de table des matière en partie collée avec la page adjacente.‎


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‎DALGABIO Jean-Michel‎

Reference : 100353

‎Lyon-Athènes-Constantinople : les dessins du voyage de 1843.‎

‎ René Georges / Stéphane Bachès, Publications de l'Université de Saint-Etienne, 2002, 294 p., cartonnage éditeur, environ 32x24cm, de petites fentes sur les bords inférieurs des plats, bon état pour le reste.‎


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‎[Dali] - ‎ ‎Dali Salvator‎

Reference : 1980

(1967)

‎Hommage à Meissonier - Lithographies originales de Salvator Dali -‎

‎ Hotel Meurice - Paris 1967 In 4° broché non paginé: manifeste en hommage à Meissonier. 4 lithographies originales en couleurs hors texte de Salvator Dali spécialement conçues pour cette édition. Imprimééé sur les presses de Draeger frères. Nombreuses reproductions en noir et blanc dans le texte. Bien complet de la dédicace de Paul Ricard. Cartonnée et jaquette illustrée en couleur‎


‎Bon état,‎

Latour infernal - Chambéry

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‎DALLAS, ROBERT C.‎

Reference : 41065

(1808)

‎Geschichte der Maronen= neger auf Jamaika, nebst einde Schilderung des vormaligen und jetzigen Zustandes dieser Insel. Aus dem Englischen. herausgegeben von T.F. Ehrmann.‎

‎Weimar, Landes=Industrie=Comptoirs, 1808. Unbound, but stitched. (2),XII,356 pp., 1 folded table. The map lacks.. Scattered light browning and brownspots.‎


‎First German edition. (Bibliothek der neuesten und wichtigsten Reisebeschreibungen...Hrsg. von M.C. Sprengel fortgesetzt von T.F. Ehrmann. 22. Bd.:1 Theil). Also having the series titlepage, this with a stamp.‎

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‎DALLET G.‎

Reference : RO40081859

‎LES MONDE VU PAR LES SAVANTS DU XIXe SIECLE‎

‎Librairie Classique et d'Education, A. Pigoreau. Non daté. In-4. Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Etat d'usage, Couv. légèrement passée, Dos très frotté, Quelques rousseurs. 286 pages. Illustré de nombreuses cartes et gravures en noir et blanc dans le texte. Dos muet. Annotation en page de garde.. . . . Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎


‎Ouvrage de la fin du XIXe siècle. Ampère, Humboldt, Fourier, Faraday, De Lesseps, Livingstone, Cuvier, Milne-Ewards... Gravures de Tirpenne, C. Laplante, H. Thiriat... Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎

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‎D'ALMENA P. Camena‎

Reference : ROD0023131

‎La Terre, géographie générale‎

‎Armand COLIN. 1096. In-12. Cartonné. Etat d'usage, Coins frottés, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur bon état. 622 pages. Charnière de devant cassée. 2ème plat sali en tête. Figures en noir dans le texte et photos hors-texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎


‎Cous de géographie pour classes deseconde. Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎

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‎"DALRYMPLE, ALEXANDER.‎

Reference : 59997

(1791)

‎Oriental Repertory. 2 vols.‎

‎London, printed by George Bigg: sold by P. Elmsly, and Mr. Chapman, 1791-1793 & London, Ballentine and Law, 1808. Folio (313 x 233 mm). 2 volumes uniformly bound in recent half calf with five raised bands and gilt lettering and ornamentation to spines.Vol. 1: With repair to upper inner corner of general title-page. Title-page to “A Plan for a Publication of a Repertory” with vague illegible blind-stamp. 1 plate (Map of the Ava River) mounted in lower inner part. Plates with light brownspotting, otherwise internally fine and clean.(2) pp., pp. (1)-4, (i)-iv [Introduction to the first number, 9th April 1791], (1)-4 [Introduction, January 1791], (2)pp. [Dedication], pp. (i)-iv [Introduction to the second number], (i)-iv [Introduction to the third number], (i)-iv [Introduction to first number, 31st December 1792], (4)pp., pp. 2-576, 577-578, 577-578, (16) [Register] pp. + 16 plates as called for. Vol. 2: Title-page with vague blind stamp. First leaf of introduction to first number with repairs to inner and lower margin, slightly affecting text. ‘Map of part of the Nothern Cicars’ with two large tears almost splitting the map. Plates with browning. Text fine and clean throughout.(4) pp., pp. (i)-iv [Introduction to first number], (i)-iv [Introduction to second number], (1)-4 [Introduction to the third number], (1)-4 [Introduction to the fourth number], (4) pp., pp.(1)-600, (16) [register] pp. + 17 plates as called for.‎


‎First edition, first issue of the complete volumes, printed in 250 copies, on the history, geography, and ethnography of the East Indies consisting mostly of reports, charts and translations produced by agents of the East India Company, including Dalrymple himself, nearly all previously unpublished. His editorial activity in searching out and publishing contributions was a private interest, in addition to his work for the East India Company and later also for the Admiralty. Dalrymple’s publications are notoriously famous for their bibliographical complexities. “Many published items went through different editions, issues or states during a long period of currency."" (Cook) – This work is no exception. Our set corresponds to Cook A192 and A251 (Cook, Catalogue of Dalrymple’s Letterpress Publications). “Between April 1791 and 1797 Dalrymple published 1100 quarto pages and more than thirty plates, in eight numbers of his Oriental Repertory, on the history, geography and ethnography of the East Indies. His editorial activity in searching out and publishing contributions was a private interest, in addition to his work for the East India Company and later also for the Admiralty. In November 1790 Dalrymple issued his prospectus for a new publishing venture, removed in style and content from his nautical publications but akin to the antiquarianism of his geographical works. He proposed an occasional publication in parts, cumulating in volumes for the subscriber's library, each with a variety of short communications illustrated by topographical plates. He saw a place, among the scientific and antiquarian Journals and 'gentlemen's magazines' of England and India, for such a vehicle on oriental matters. Asiatick Miscellany (1785-1788) and Asiatick Researches (1788 onwards) were fresh on the scene, the latter for more substantial articles as the organ of the Asiatic Society of Bengal.” (Cook) The Plan, and the advance 'introduction' which accompanied it as a prospectus after January 1791, crystallised in the first number of Oriental Repertory in April of that year. Four Astronomical observations were admitted, linked to 'Geography'. 'Meteorology, or account of Weather and Seasons' appeared as a separate category. 'Commerce' was expanded to 'Commerce and Manufactures'. 'Manners' was three times amplified, culminating in 'Of the Indians, comprehending their Literature, Sciences, Arts, Manners, Customs and Religion'. Natural history was first grouped with History, but later placed alone. Beside 'Miscellaneous, as History, &c. ', a series of geographical headings supplemented the six subject divisions for countries outside India. The examples Dalrymple gave for geographical headings reflected, not unnaturally, his own interests: Ava and Pegu, Cochin-China, China, Oriental-Polynesia, &c. From the beginning he intended to devote his contributions to the documents he had collected on south-east Asia. particularly in the Madras records between 1757 and 1759, when he was already searching for background information for his Sulu Islands trading project, and documents on embassies to Burma and Indo-China. “The first introduction proposed a complex system of pagination to allow subscribers to bind their collections of tracts according to the proposed subject classes. The bottom inner corner of each page would show the running title of the class, the bottom outer corner the separate paging of each tract. This was in addition to the alphabetical 249 register -('the literal numeration of the whole collection') at bottom - centre, and the general paging of the volume at top centre. While each tract in the main classes was to have its own subsidiary paging, a single sequence of subsidiary page numbers was to run through the volume for 'Miscellaneous', which were not intended to be sold as separate tracts. Changes were made in the second version of the introduction, which shows disconnected examples of The class running title and class page numbering above the Inner margin in the running title line. The final version of the introduction quietly dropped all idea of the separate sale of individual tracts, and moved the class title and numbering to a subsidiary position in the left margin of each page. No example is known of any part of Oriental Repertory rebound by classes. “(Cook). There was no speedy conclusion to the second volume. Eleven more years elapsed before Dalrymple turned again to Oriental Repertory, in the last year of his life, to complete the second volume by a series of expedients. Instead of issuing the promised full fifth part to complete volume 11, he prepared an extremely short substitute: twenty-four pages of new text, with indexes, tables of contents, and a volume title-page for 256 surviving subscribers to match the 1793 title to volume 1. According to the title-page ('Volume II in five parts'), this was the fifth part, but in the table of contents it was subsumed as the conclusion of the halfsize fourth number begun in 1797. The symmetry of four 'numbers' in each volume was therefore maintained everywhere except on the subscribers' title-page. No editorial statement appeared on the completion of volume 11 to indicate Dalrymple's sense of his own achievement. The value of Oriental Repertory, apart from its content, is to indicate the subjects and areas of interest uppermost in Dalrymple's mind at different times as unfinished business. Collections of Dalrymple's charts, views, plans, and memoires, as they survive today, vary wide in composition: ""There is not single comprehensive collection, embracing all Dalrymple's publications over a forty-year period, which can be used as 'control' to establish Dalrymple's Oeuvre. Many published items went through different editions, issues or states during a long period of currency."" (Cook) Alexander Dalrymple (1737-1808) is now generally regarded as the originator of Official British hydrography (Cook). He was the main proponent of the theory that there existed a vast undiscovered continent in the South Pacific, Terra Australis Incognita. He produced thousands of nautical charts, mapping a remarkable number of seas and oceans for the first time, and contributing significantly to the safety of shipping. His theories prompted a number of expeditions in search of this mythical land, until James Cook's second journey (1772-1775) led to the conclusion that, if it did exist, it was further south than the 65° line of latitude South. Dalrymple's activities in his nautical publications can, however, be devided into four distinct periods: 1, His voyages in the Eastern Archipelago (1769-1772), the present publication belonging to this period. 2, the private publication of charts and plans with grants or subscriptions from the East India Company (1772-1779) [To which the present publication belongs]. 3, the annual series of charts, plans, views and memoirs issued from 1779 onwards for the East India Company. 4, the organization and output of the Admiralty Hydrographic Office which he ran in parallel with his East India Company work after 1795. Cook A192 and A251. ‎

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‎DALRYMPLE (Alexander).‎

Reference : 372

(1774)

‎Voyages dans la mer du sud par les Espagnols et les Hollandais. Ouvrage traduit de l’Anglais par M. Dalrymple, par M. de Fréville.‎

‎Paris Saillant et Nyon ; Pissot 1774 In-8 (1) f. bl.-faux-titre, titre, (1)-xiv pp.(Avertissement)- (1) f. (Table) -502 pp.- (1) f. (Privilège) -3 cartes dépliantes, (1) f. bl., plein veau, dos à nerfs, pièce de titre de maroquin (coiffes manquantes, début de fente au mors, manque de cuir aux coins).‎


‎Première édition de la traduction française de ce traité du géographe écossais Dalrymple ((1737-1808), hydrographe de la Compagnie des Indes orientales et de l’Amirauté britannique. Libraire membre du S.L.A.M. (Syndicat national de la Librairie Ancienne et Moderne) et de la L.I.L.A. (Ligue Internationale de la Librairie Ancienne). N'hésitez pas à prendre contact par mail pour des photographies et des détails supplémentaires, pour des recherches ou des estimations de livres anciens et rares.‎

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‎DALSEME A.-J. ‎

Reference : 3107

‎LE MONSIEUR DES ANTIPODES .‎

‎ Paris, Librairie Armand Colin, 1922, format 190x120mm, broché, 272 pages, illustrations in et hors-texte par José Roy, trace de pliure sur la couverture sinon bon exemplaire.‎


‎Roman destiné à la jeunesse, collection " Bibliothèque du Petit Français ". ‎

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‎DALTON (Ormonde Maddock)‎

Reference : 220899

‎Byzantine art and archeology. With 457 illustrations‎

‎Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1911 in-8, xx pp., 728 pp., avec une collette d'errata, et un frontispice et 456 illustrations dans le texte, percaline bleue, dos et plat supérieur ornés de décors dorés (reliure de l'éditeur).‎


‎Édition originale.L'archéologue Ormonde Maddock Dalton (1866-1945) deviendra ultérieurement Keeper of the British and Medieval Antiquities Department au British Museum (1921-1928).‎

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‎DAMAS (Le Révèrend Père de)‎

Reference : 10916

(1867)

‎EN ORIENT - VOYAGE EN GALILEE‎

‎ 1867 demi-reliure en toile rouge (red half cloth-bound) petit in-octavo, dos long (spine without raised band) - décoré à froid (blind-stamping decoration) - titre frappé or - dorure très estompée (gilt title - very shaded off gilt), papier marbré aux plats (cover with marbled paper), tranches jaspées (marbled edges), sans illustration (no illustration), rousseurs (redness marks), 282 pages, 1867 à Paris Librairie Saint-Germain-des-Prés Putois-Cretté Libraire-Editeur,‎


‎Collection "Bbibliothèque Saint-Germain" lectures morales et littéraires - bon état général malgré les petits défauts signalés (good condition in spite of the smalls defects indicated) ‎

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‎Damas R.P.‎

Reference : 18941

‎En Orient, II : Voyage en Judée.‎

‎In-12, 372 pages, reliure demi-chagrin rouge, dos à nerfs (413g) Paris, Putois-Cretté, 1870‎


‎2e édition. Rousseurs. Tampon ancien de bibliothèque à la page de titre. Bon état. Réf 18941‎

Marc Aubry - Cormeray

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‎DAMAS (R. P.)‎

Reference : 024539

‎EN ORIENT. *. VOYAGE AU SINAI. ‎

‎ Paris, Delhomme et Briguet, bibliothèque saint-Germain, sans date 0 un volume in-8°, 313 pp. (1) pp. (table). Reliure époque en demi-chagrin rouge, dos à nerfs orné de l'auteur, du titre et de caissons fleuronnés dorés, plats de percaline rouge estampée, tranches dorées. (rousseurs plutôt faibles dans les marges).‎


‎ 3ème Édition ‎

Aparté - Pézenas

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‎DAMAS, R.P. de‎

Reference : 27559

‎Voyage en Orient : Jérusalem‎

‎ Librairie Saint-Germain-des-Prés Paris sans date (vers 1875), 2 tomes in-18 : 251 et 257p. :: Reliure de Prix, dos chagrin brun orné, 5 nerfs, plats percaline chocolat aux «armes» du Collège de Montréal, tranches dorées. Ex-libris de Prix décerné à Arthur Gelineau le 26 juin 1883. Bon état. ‎


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(CLAQ, ALAC)

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‎D'AMBOISE ValÈry‎

Reference : 13050

‎DICTIONNAIRE D'AMBOISE PROVENCE COTE D'AZUR‎

‎format moyen, cartonnÈ. Dans un Ètui cartonnÈ. 430 pages. Illustrations n/b et couleurs. Bon Ètat. Une expÈdition par Mondial Relay pourra vous Ítre proposÈe. 1990 Amboise‎


Occasion de lire - Aubin Saint Vaast

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‎DAMIANI ALAIN‎

Reference : RO20185738

(2007)

ISBN : 2844881033

‎BLEU DE TERRE DE FRANTISEK ZVARDON - OUVRAGE BILINGUE ANGLAIS - FRANCAIS.‎

‎CARRE BLANC. 2007. In-8. Relié. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 155 pages - nombreuses photos en couleurs dans et hors texte - jaquette illustrée en couleur.. Avec Jaquette. . . Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎


‎OUVRAGE BILINGUE ANGLAIS - FRANCAIS. Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎

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‎DAMIENS SUZANNE‎

Reference : RO40096764

(1992)

‎ALCIDE D'ORBIGNY, JULES VERNE ET LE VOYAGE EN AMERIQUE MERIDIONALE (ESSAI, MANUSCRIT)‎

‎Chez l'auteur. 1992. In-4. En feuillets. Etat d'usage, Livré sans Couverture, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur bon état. 63 pages. Mémoire dactylographié (1 original et 4 copies-carbone) avec annotations (corrections) de la main de l'auteur. Une carte en couleur collée hors texte pour chacun des 3 premiers exemplaires, et une carte dessinée à la main pour chacun des exemplaires.. . . . Classification Dewey : 910.4-Voyages‎


‎'Peregrinari humanum est'. Essai donné au concours 'Arts et Lettres de France', 1992. Dessein de l'essai. Alcide d'Obigny, Vie et carrière, Son voyage en Amérique du Sud. Jules Verne, Vie et carrière. Le voyage en Amérique méridionale des héros de Jules Verne... Classification Dewey : 910.4-Voyages‎

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‎Damien Wigny‎

Reference : EXP19735

(1990)

Phone number : 06 83 06 99 49

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‎DAMPIER, GUILLAUME.‎

Reference : 54769

(1723)

‎Nouveau Voyage Autour Du Monde Ou L'on Decrit En Particulier L' Istme De L' Amerique, Plusieurs Cotes & Isles Des Indes Occidentales, Les Isles Du Cap Verd, Le Passage Par La Terre Del Fuego, Les Cotes Meridionales De Chili, Du Perou, & Du Mexique ...‎

‎Rouen, Chez Jean-Baptiste Machuel, rue Etoupee, 1723. 12mo. In five uniformly sprinkled full calf bindings with red leather title-label with gilt lettering to spines. Richly gilt ornamentation to spines. Gilt stamp on front board of all five volumes. Small white label pasted on to fop left corner of pasted down front free end-papers and small stamp to title-pages. A fine set. Vol. I: (12), 408, (24, last blank) pp. vol. II: (4), 396, (10) pp vol. III: (8), 393, (11) pp. vol. IV: (8), 9-20 (2), 3-381, (15, last blank) pp." vol. V: (4), 363, (25), pp. + 3 engraved frontispieces, 15 maps and numerous plates.‎


‎The not common second printing of the French translation of William Dampier famous ""A New Voyage Round the World"". After impressing the Admiralty with his book 'A New Voyage Round the World' (First published in 1697), Dampier was given command of a Royal Navy ship and made important discoveries in Western Australia, before being court-martialled for cruelty. On a later voyage he rescued Alexander Selkirk, a former crewmate who may have inspired Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe.""Dampier was the best known of the famous group of English bucanneers that tormented the Spaniards in the South Sea from 1680 to 1720. (...) It was on one of [his] trips that the first landing was made by the English on the Australian mainland, at the entrance of King Sound on the northwest coast, in 1688 "" (Hill)Sabin, 18383Hill pp 77-78"‎

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‎DANA CATHERINE‎

Reference : RO30023416

(2004)

ISBN : 270288797X

‎EN ATTENDANT L'AMERIQUE‎

‎LE GRAND LIVRE DU MOIS. 2004. In-8. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 221 pages.. . . . Classification Dewey : 910.4-Voyages‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 910.4-Voyages‎

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‎Dana et Ginger Lamb‎

Reference : CZC-5445

‎A LA RECHERCHE DE LA CITE PERDUE‎

‎A LA RECHERCHE DE LA CITE PERDUE Dana et Ginger Lamb " Au pays de Pancho-Villa - Dans la jungle Maya " vol relié, 190x130, bon état intérieur, 566pp Paris Julliard. 1956‎


Livres & Autographes - La Madeleine

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