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‎Darwin, C.‎

Reference : ND17013

‎Darwin und nach Darwin. Eine Darstellung der Darwinschen Theorie und ErÃrterung darwinistischer Streitfragen. II. Band. Darwinistische Streitfragen, Vererbung und NÃŒtzlichkeit.‎

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‎DARWIN (C.)‎

Reference : 1537

‎Des effets de la fécondation croisée et de la fécondation directe dans le règne végétal; Traduit de l'anglais et annoté avec autorisation de l'auteur par E. Heckel -- PREMIERE EDITION FRANCAISE‎

‎P., Reinwald, 1877, un volume in 8 relié en demi-basane verte, tranches jaspées (reliure de l'époque), (rousseurs), 15pp., 496pp.‎


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‎"DARWIN, C.‎

Reference : 50988

(1877)

‎FÚcondation croisÚe et directe dans le rÚgne vegÚtal (i.e. ""The Effects of Cross and Self-Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom""). - [THE RARE FIRST FRENCH TRANSLATION]‎

‎Paris, C. Reinwald et Cie, 1877. 8vo. Uncut, unopened in the original publisher's embossed full green cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Small red label pasted on to top left corner of inner front board. Light brownspots throughout. XV, (1), 496, (2) pp.‎


‎The rare first French translation of Darwin's work (the first edition being published the year before in 1876) on cross and self-fertilization - a continuation of his ""Fertilisation of Orchids"". ""It was too technical and too detailed to command a wide sale"" which is why it was published in a rather small number.It was translated into French, German and italian in Darwin's lifetime.Freeman 1265‎

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‎Darwin, C.‎

Reference : GL02025

(1878)

‎Geologische Beobachtungen ÃŒber SÃŒd America angestellt wÀhrend der Reise des "Beagle" in den Jahren 1832-1836 / Kleinere Geologische Abhandlungen.‎

‎1878 x, 400, 104 p., 38 figs, 5 (1 col.) pls, 2 folded maps, cloth (somewhat rubbed). From the series Ch. Darwin's gesammelte Werke.‎


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‎Darwin, C.‎

Reference : ND21783

(1909)

‎Het ontstaan der soorten door natuurlijke teeltkeus, of het bewaard blijven van bevoorrechte rassen in den strijd voor het bestaan.‎

‎1909.? (4th ed.) viii, 720 p., 1 portrait, publisher's hcalf (extremities worn, especially upper end spine). Fourth Dutch edition translated from the 6th English edition. Freeman (1977), no 651.‎


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‎Darwin C‎

Reference : baz2984

ISBN : B0000DLC5Z

Livre au trésor - Bazoche Gouet

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‎Darwin, C.‎

Reference : ND17012

‎L'origine des espÚces au moyen de la sÃlection naturelle ou la lutte pour l'existence dans la nature.‎

‎n.d xxii, 604 p., 7 figs, paperbound (spine worn, last gathering weak). French translation after the 6th ed.‎


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‎Darwin, C.‎

Reference : ND11634

(1904)

‎The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals.‎

‎1904 (popular edition) viii, 397 p., 21 figs, 7 pls, contemporary cloth (outer edges spine somewhat worn). A few scattered little spots in first few pages.‎


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‎DARWIN (C.)‎

Reference : 7655

‎Voyage d'un naturaliste autour du monde fait à bord du navire le Beagle de 1831 à 1836. Traduit de l'anglais par Ed. Barbier -- PREMIERE EDITION FRANCAISE -- BEL EXEMPLAIRE‎

‎P., Reinwald, 1875, un volume in 8 relié en pleine toile verte éditeur, (2-faux-titre et titre), 8pp., 552pp., quelques figures dans le texte,,20pp.(catalogue de l'éditeur)‎


‎---- PREMIERE EDITION FRANCAISE ---- BEL EXEMPLAIRE‎

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‎Darwin, C.‎

Reference : IC11769

‎Ãber den Bau und die Verbreitung der Corallen-Riffe.‎

‎1876 (1st German ed.) xiv, 231, [1] p., 6 figs, 3 folded pls (maps), boards with original front cover laid on. Ex library Dr. J.S. Zaneveld (with his small ex libris pasted on front cover). German translation by J.V. Carus of the second English edition (1874).‎


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‎Darwin, Capitaine‎

Reference : JH33736

‎Manuel de la conservation du gibier par l'extirpation du braconnage et la destruction des animaux nuisibles.‎

‎1870 (3rd ed.) Bruxelles, Parent, (1870) : In-8 CarrÃ, Reliure bradel. 3° Ãdition, vii, 160 pp., 3 planches hors-texte, reliure à la bradel avec piÚce de titre sur toile dÃcorÃe, 1° plat conservÃ, coins et coiffes à peine frottÃes, un ouvrage peu courant à la BibliothÚque du Sportsman suivi d'une instruction sur l'emploi des furets et du texte annotà des lois belge et franÃaise sur la chasse TrÚs bon Ãtat, ‎


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‎DARWIN Capitaine‎

Reference : 4771

(1870)

‎Manuel de la conservation du gibier par l'extirpation du braconnage et la destruction des animaux nuisibles‎

‎ 1870 Bruxelles, Paris Vve Parent & fils, Tanera [1870] In-8°, percaline éditeur bordeaux, titre en médaillon doré au premier plat. ‎


‎Figures hors-texte. Dos insolé. ‎

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‎DARWIN Carlo‎

Reference : 65431

‎I DIVERSI APPARECCHI COL MEZZO DEI QUALI LE ORCHIDEE VENGONO FECONDATE DAGLI INSETTI.‎

‎Prima traduzione italiana col consenso dell'autore di Giovanni Canestrini, Professore di zoologia ed anatomia comparata nella R. Univerista' di Padova, e Lamberto Moschen Dottore di storia naturale. Unione Tipografico Editrice, Torino, 1883. In-8 gr. (mm. 272x187), mz. pelle coeva, dorso a cordoni con fregi e tit. oro, pp. 207, illustrato da incisioni su legno nel t. Con timbri di apparten. ma ben conservato.‎


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‎DARWIN Carlo‎

Reference : 79900

‎LE DIVERSE FORME DEI FIORI IN PIANTE DELLA STESSA SPECIE.‎

‎Traduzione italiana di Giovanni Canestrini e di Lamberto Moschen. UTE, Torino, 1884. In-8 gr. (mm. 270x180), mz. pelle coeva, dorso a cordoni con fregi e tit. oro (lievi abras.), pp. 239, con 15 figure nel t. Con timbri di apparten., qualche fiorit. altrim. ben conservato. ‎


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‎DARWIN Carlo‎

Reference : 9161

‎LE PIANTE INSETTIVORE.‎

‎Traduzione italiana col consenso dellautore per cura di G. Canestrini e di P.A. Saccardo. Unione Tipografico-Editrice, Torino, 1878. In-8 gr. (mm. 263x180), mezza pelle coeva con ang., dorso a cordoni con fregi e tit. oro, pp. 312, con 30 figure inc. su legno nel t. "Prima ed unica edizione italiana". Cfr. Coccia Un secolo di evoluzionismo, p. 284. Esempl. con qualche lieve fiorit., altrimenti ben conservato.‎


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‎DARWIN Carlo‎

Reference : 79901

‎SULLA STRUTTURA E DISTRIBUZIONE DEI BANCHI DI CORALLO E DELLE ISOLE MADREPORICHE.‎

‎Prima traduzione italiana di Giovanni e Riccardo Canestrini, preceduta da cenni biografici e ritratto dellAutore. UTE, Torino, 1888. In-8 gr. (mm. 270x180), mz. pelle coeva, dorso a cordoni con fregi e tit. oro (abrasioni), pp. 210,(4), con bel ritratto dellA. e 3 carte f.t. e pi volte ripieg. (2 a colori). Arricchita di Note sulle pi recenti scoperte. Con timbri di apparten. ma ben conservato.‎


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‎"DARWIN, CARLO [CHARLES].‎

Reference : 53223

(1888)

‎Sulla struttura e distribuzione dei banchi di corallo e delle isole madreporiche. [i.e. English ""The structure and distribution of coral reefs""].‎

‎Torino, Unione Tipografico-Editrice, 1888. 8vo. In comtenporary half vellum with embossed title to spine. First quire partly detached. Occassional light brownspotting throughout. (2), 210, (4) pp. + 3 floded plates and 1 frontiespiece. This‎


‎First Italian translation of ""The structure and distribution of coral reefs"", being the first part of the three-part work ""Geology of the Voyage of the Beagle"" (Freeman 271). Only the present first part was transted into Italian.Compared to France and Spain Darwinism was quickly adopted by Italian biologist and zoologist and meet only little catholic opposition. ""The impact of Darwinism on Italian naturalists was powerful"" the logic and rigorous treatment of the problem of the origin of species as Darwin had presented it, forced zoologists and anthropologists to reconsider those passages of Lamarckisms that they had agreed to with excessive enthusiasm"". (Capanna, Darwinism and the Italian academies). The reception of Darwin's worsk in France and Spain were characterized by a strong chatolic opposition, which also had a strong suppressing effect on the spread of his ideas to academic institutions.Despite of Italy being a catholic stronghold the reception of Darwinism was very favourable and meet very limited criticism from the church:""In contrast to the power Catholicism was able to exert against Darwinism in Spain, it was practically impotent in Italy. Neither could the Italian Catholic intellectual establishment draw upon a repertory of anti-Darwinism arguments from the Italian scientific establishment, as was done in France. As in France under the Third Republic and as was the case sporadically in Spain, the advent of Darwinism in Italy provided a source of ideology for the anticlerical movement. Although Darwinism enjoyed a number of close connections with the English source, the peculiarities of the Italian situation set Darwinism in Italy apart from other situations. Italy was in the forefront in recognizing Darwin, electing him to various academies and societies and awarding him the famous Bressa Prize in 1875.""The three parts of Darwin's geological results of the Beagle voyage were separately published over a period of five years, but they were intended, and described on the title pages, as parts of one work. They were all published by Smith Elder, with the approval of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, some of the £1,000 given for the publication of the results of the voyage going towards the cost of at least the first part. Darwin notes, in May 1842, that the cost of Coral reefs was £130-140 and that 'the government money has gone much quicker than I thought'. By that date there were only two parts of the Zoology of the Beagle still to come out. Smith Elder also published the important later editions."" (Freeman)Freeman 318.‎

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‎"DARWIN, CARLO (CHARLES).‎

Reference : 55760

(1864)

‎Sull'Origine delle Specie per Elezione Naturale ovvero Conservazione delle Razze perfezionate nella Lotto per L'Esistenza. Prima Traduzione Italiana col Consenso dell' Autore per Cura di G. Canestrini e L. Salimbeni. - [FIRST ITALIAN TRANSLATION OF DARWIN'S ""ORIGIN OF SPECIES""]‎

‎Modena, Nicola Zanichelli e. Soci, 1864. 8vo. In contemporary half calf with four raised bands and gilt lettering to spine. Reinforced in inner margins and plate with waterstains to lower margin. An unusually fine and well preserved copy, internally as well as externally. XV, 403 pp + 1 plate.‎


‎Rare first edition of the first Italian translation of Darwin's seminal ""Origin of Species"", quite unusually, authorized by Darwin himself. The work was very well received and - compared to France and Spain - Darwinism was quickly adopted by Italian biologist and zoologist and meet only little catholic opposition. ""The impact of Darwinism on Italian naturalists was powerful"" the logic and rigorous treatment of the problem of the origin of species as Darwin had presented it, forced zoologists and anthropologists to reconsider those passages of Lamarckisms that they had agreed to with excessive enthusiasm"". (Capanna, Darwinism and the Italian academies). The reception of Darwin's work in France (1862) and Spain (1877) were characterized by a strong chatolic opposition, which also had a strong suppressing effect on the spread of his ideas to academic institutions.Despite of Italy being a catholic stronghold the reception of Darwinism was very favourable and meet very limited criticism from the church:""In contrast to the power Catholicism was able to exert against Darwinism in Spain, it was practically impotent in Italy. Neither could the Italian Catholic intellectual establishment draw upon a repertory of anti-Darwinism arguments from the Italian scientific establishment, as was done in France. As in France under the Third Republic and as was the case sporadically in Spain, the advent of Darwinism in Italy provided a source of ideology for the anticlerical movement. Although Darwinism enjoyed a number of close connections with the English source, the peculiarities of the Italian situation set Darwinism in Italy apart from other situations. Italy was in the forefront in recognizing Darwin, electing him to various academies and societies and awarding him the famous Bressa Prize in 1875. In Italy the translation of the Origin ""1864"" was given an impeccable scientific presentation by Giocanni Canestrini and Leonardo Salimbeni, which avoided the type of situation that arose from the presentation of Darwinism in France by ClÃmence Royer as a new scientific basis for a secularistic Weltanschauung. As a general explanation, of course, it is reasonable to accept Cermenati's arguments that the favorable receptivity of the scientific community and the general indifference to ecclesiastical objections to Darwinism are the chief factors explaining the quick spread of Darwinism in Italy"". (Glick, The Comparative Reception of Darwinism).Emma Darwin, Darwin's wife, wrote publisher John Murry on the 17th of December: ""Mr Darwin desires me to say that as you have never hesitated to authorize a foreign translation he has taken upon himself to authorise a translation into Italian without consulting you."" When Darwin was informed that his work was being translated into Italian he wrote to his close friend J. D. Hooker: ""There is an Italian Edit. of Origin preparing!!! This makes fifth foreign Edit, ie in five foreign countries. Owen will not be right in telling Longmans that Book wd be utterly forgotten in ten years. Hurrah!"".Freeman no. 706‎

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‎"DARWIN, CARLO [CHARLES].‎

Reference : 53225

(1872)

‎Viaggio di un naturalista Intorno al Mondo. [i.e. English ""Journal of Researches"" or ""Voyage of the Beagle""]. - [FIRST ITALIAN TRANSLATION OF DARWIN'S 'JOURNAL OF RESEARCHES']‎

‎Torino, Tipografico-Editrice Torinese, (1872). Large8vo. In publisher's original full green cloth. Embossed title with gilt lettering to spine and front board. Corners of binding bumped and lower part of back hindge with a small tear. An overall very fine and clean copy. (2), 464 pp.‎


‎First Italian translation of Darwin's Journal of researches, now known as Voyage of the Beagle, being his first published book. As Darwin later recalled in his autobiography 'The voyage of the Beagle has been by far the most important event in my life and has determined my whole career'. ""On its first appearance in its own right, also in 1839, it was called Journal of researches into the geology and natural history etc. The second edition, of 1845, transposes 'geology' and 'natural history' to read Journal of researches into the natural history and geology etc., and the spine title is Naturalist's voyage. The final definitive text of 1860 has the same wording on the title page, but the spine readsNaturalist's voyage round the world, and the fourteenth thousand of 1879 places A naturalist's voyage on the title page. The voyage of the Beagle first appears as a title in the Harmsworth Library edition of 1905. It is a bad title: she was only a floating home for Darwin, on which, in spite of good companionship, he was cramped and miserably sea-sick"" whilst the book is almost entirely about his expeditions on land."" (Freeman)The first edition appeared in German in 1844, at the instigation of Baron von Humboldt, and the second in Danish, French, German, Italian, Russian and Swedish, in Darwin's lifetimeFreeman 211‎

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‎"DARWIN, CARLOS.‎

Reference : 53616

(1921)

‎Diario del Viaje de un Naturalista Alrededor del Mundo. 2 vols. - [FIRST COMPLETE SPANISH TRANSLATION OF DARWIN'S ""JOURNAL OF RESEARCHES""]‎

‎Madrid, Calpe, (1921 & 1922) 8vo. Bound in one half calf binding with four raised bands. Spine with wear, otherwise a fine copy. X, (6), 361, VIII, 359, (3) pp. + 1 folded map.‎


‎First complete Spanish translation of Darwin's ""Journal of Researches"": ""La única que completa e intacta, se ofrece en castellano"" (From the introduction to the present work). The work now, now known as Voyage of the Beagle, was Darwin's first published book. As Darwin later recalled in his autobiography 'The voyage of the Beagle has been by far the most important event in my life and has determined my whole career'. ""On its first appearance in its own right, also in 1839, it was called Journal of researches into the geology and natural history etc. The second edition, of 1845, transposes 'geology' and 'natural history' to read Journal of researches into the natural history and geology etc., and the spine title is Naturalist's voyage. The final definitive text of 1860 has the same wording on the title page, but the spine readsNaturalist's voyage round the world, and the fourteenth thousand of 1879 places A naturalist's voyage on the title page. The voyage of the Beagle first appears as a title in the Harmsworth Library edition of 1905. It is a bad title: she was only a floating home for Darwin, on which, in spite of good companionship, he was cramped and miserably sea-sick"" whilst the book is almost entirely about his expeditions on land."" (Freeman).Freeman 252.Blanco & Llorca: 5 (Blanco & Llorca: BibliogrfÃa crÃtica illustrada de las obras de Darwin en españa, (1857-2005). ‎

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‎"DARWIN, CAROL [CHARLES].‎

Reference : 59774

(1878)

‎L'espressione dei sentimenti nell'uomo e negli animali. [i.e. English: ""The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals""]. - [FRIST ITALIAN TRANSLATION OF DARWIN'S ""THE EXPRESSION OF THE EMOTIONS IN MAN AND ANIMALS""]‎

‎Torino, Unione Tipografico-Editrice, 1878. 8vo. In contemporary half calf cloth with the original yellow wrappers pasted on to front and back boards and spine. With wear to extremities, half of the pasted on spine is missing. Upper outer corner of half title missing, no loss of text. Two plates detached, otherwise internally fine and clean. Pp. 257, (2) + 7 plates.‎


‎First Italien translation of Darwin's The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. Freeman 1200 (Notice that Freeman erroneously calls for pp. 284. The present copy is complete).Coccia p. 226‎

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‎Darwin, C. (Barrett‎

Reference : NG13850

(1981)

‎A concordance of Darwin's Origin of species.‎

‎P.H. et al. eds), 1981 xv, 834 p., cloth.‎


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‎"DARWIN, C. [CHARLES].‎

Reference : 53228

(1878)

‎I movimenti e le abitudini delle piante rampicanti. Traduzione italiana col consenso dell'autore per cura di Giovanni Canestrini.‎

‎Torino, Unione Tipografico-Editrice, 1878. Large8vo. In recent cardboard wrappers. Occassional light brownspotting, especially to the first and last few leaves. Otherwise fine. 127 pp.‎


‎First Italian translation of Darwin's ""On the movement and habits of climbing plants"". The paper was first published in 1865 in the Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London (Freeman 833), later same year it was corrected and published in book form (from which the present translation is made) (Freeman 1834) Darwin described the origins and writing of this book in his autobiography: ""In the autumn of 1864 I finished a long paper on Climbing Plants, and sent it to the Linnean Society. The writing of this paper cost me four months: but I was so unwell when I received the proof-sheets that I was forced to leave them very badly and often obscurely expressed. The paper was little noticed, but when in 1875 it was corrected and published as aseparate book it sold well. I was led to take up this subject by reading a short paper by Asa Gray, published in 1858, on the movements of the tendrils of a Cucurbitacean plant. He sent me seeds, and on raising some plants I was so much fascinated and perplexed by the revolving movements of the tendrils and stems, which movements are really very simple, though appearing at first very complex, that I procured various other kinds of Climbing Plants, and studied the whole subject. I was all the more attracted to it, from not being at all satisfied with the explanation which Henslow gave us in his Lectures, about Twining plants, namely, that they had a natural tendency to grow up in a spire. This explanation proved quite erroneous. Some of the adaptations displayed by climbing plants are as beautiful as those by Orchids for ensuring cross-fertilisation.""The first edition did not appear in America, nor was it translated in Darwin's lifetime, but has a recent facsimile. The second appeared in French, German and Italian and in America from English stereos.Freeman 863.‎

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‎Darwin, C. [F. Burckhardt ed.]‎

Reference : ND20193

(1985)

‎The Correspondence of Charles Darwin. Volumes 1-10 (1821-1862).‎

‎1985-1997 xxix, 702, xxxiii, 603, xxix, 523, xxxiii, 711, xxix, 705, xxix, 637, xxxv, 671, xxxvii, 766, xxxiii, 609, xxxvii, 936 p., several figs & pls, num. portraits, cloth (dust jacket). Four volumes with the signature of Dr. A. Brouwer in first end-papers, else clean and spotless.Good set of the cloth-bound edition (in good dust jackets) of the first 10 volumes, which includes the very interesting years just before, during and after the first appearance of ''The Origin of Species".‎


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‎[Darwin, C.] F. Burkhardt & S. Smith (eds)‎

Reference : ND20265

(1985)

‎A Calendar of the Correspondence of Charles Darwin, 1821-1882.‎

‎1985 [6], 690 p., portrait, 4to, cloth. Added is: Supplement to the Calendar, 1994 (iii, 46 p.).‎


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