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ACKERSDIJCK, JAN (1790- 1861)
Verhaal Eener Reize in Rusland, Gedaan in Het Jaar 1835. 2 Volumes.
. Groningen, W. van Boekeren 1840. [VI],XIV,302; [IV],VI,[2],363p. With engraved frontispiece to volume 1. Contemp. half black calf leather binding with leather corners, gilt titles and decorations on the spines, marbled paper covered boards . Text sl. darkened, which is usual for this work, pinhole in margin on pp. 130/131, First (only) edition. An account of the author's three months crossing through Russia, with visits to St Petersburg, Moscow, Gorki and Kazan, for the greater part written in the form of a diary. It is regarded as one of the most interesting and one of the most reliable sources for the knowledge of Russia in the early nineteenth century, full of details about Russian history, culture, daily life, administration, institutions, commerce, etc. Jan Ackersdijck had been a lawyer in Utrecht and in 1825 was appointed professor of political sciences in Liège. After the Belgian revolution of 1830 he left the Southern Netherlands and the following year was appointed professor in Utrecht. He there occupied himself with a variety of subjects, public law, political history, colonial policy, rural economy, etc. He also lectured on statistics and economic theory, and for that has been credited with being the first academic economist in the Netherlands. Though he published a number of smaller works on these subjects he did not expose his economic theory in a more systematic way, yet he is said to have considered himself a follower of Malthus. He was convinced of the importance of own observation of foreign countries and therefore made travels to most European countries. The present book on his travel to Russia is his only more extended publication. He travelled all over Europe to collect data on the geography, population, society, trade, etc. paving the way and laying the foundation for the disciplines that later in the 19th century would be called 'economy' and 'sociology'. Ackersdijck left Utrecht in June 1835, and travelled by way of Hamburg, Kiel and Lübeck to St. Petersburg, and from there to Novgorod, Moscow, Nizhniy Novgorod, Kazan, Simbirsk, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Hamburg to return to Utrecht in October of the same year. SEE: Cat. Russica A135. NNBW IV,c.9. Butter p.54, Muller, Bibl. Neerlando-Russe 13; Cat. NHSM I, p.196; Tiele, Bibl. 24; WorldCat shows 2 copies.
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Book number: F2576
GBP 145.00 [Appr.: EURO 168.5 US$ 188.15 | JP¥ 20398]
Catalogue: Russian History
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NIJHOFF SALES CATALOGUES
Martinus Nijhoff , 16 Sales Catalogues Containing Russian and Other Slavic Titles
. Issued from the 1960s till 1980. All prepared under the supervision of the eminent antiquarian bookseller Anton Gerits and from Nijhoff's famous address Lange Voorhout 9-11 in the Hague. Most titles are in Cyrillic. We offer: list 701: Russian books on Linguistics, 467 titles; List 721: Russian theatre and music, 241 titles + 14 in Western languages; List 725: religion and church in Russia 547 titles;List 730: Russian geography and travels. 463 titles; List 731: Russian books on the peasant problem and the work of the Zemstvos, 416 titles; List 733: the Decembrist movement, 219 titles; List 734: Russian recollections and diaries, 313 titles + 14 titles in Western languages; List 735: Pre-revolutionary social and political thought, 553 titles + 18 titles in Western European languages; List 739 Rulers over Russia (Czars, Czaritzas, Nobility, Insurgents ) 330 titles; List 741 : Slavic linguistics( this one issued in 1980) items 1 - - 721 in Russian, 722 - 754 in Western languages; List 742: Russian military history and science.(1980) 608 titles + loose insert with11 titles in Western languages; List 744: Communism and the Soviet Union. 410 titles; List 757: Russicana. Education and pedagogy , ethnography, folklore, philosophy, social and cultural life. 277 titles. In addition 3 catalogues as opposed to LISTS: these were numbered separately. Cat. 848: Russian books and periodicals Part I Letters A - N. (1974) 1282 titles, 84 pages; Cat. 849: Russian books and periodicals Part II Letters K - P. numbers 1283- 2634, 88 pages; Catalogue 873: Books on Eastern Europe (1977) 1010 titles, 66 pages.
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Catalogue: Slavic
Keywords: Russian Slavic Bibliography

 
DEMIDOFF, ANATOLE DE, PRINCE OF SAN DONATO.
Voyage Dans la Russie Méridionale & la Crimée Par la Hongrie, la Valachie & la Moldavie Exécuté En 1837. . . Par Mm. De Sainson, le Play, Hout, Léveillé, de Nordmann, Rousseau Et Du Ponceau 2 Volumes
. Dédié à Sa Majesté Nicolas Premier, Empereur de toutes des Russies. Dessiné d'après nature et lithographié par (Auguste) Raffet. With 100 tinted lithographs printed on India paper, by Auguste Raffet and printed by Auguste Bry (including additional lithographed title, and 9 other lithographed section titles), all with tissues. Half-title, illus. lithogr. title to face the title-page, with a plate list on verso numb. 1-100. 2 unn. pp. (half title), pp. 3- 64 with descriptive text for the plates nos. 1-87 (no description for the text of the plates 88-100 as usual, so complete). Large folio (530 x 350 mm). Contemp. black half chagrin, back gilt. With heraldic bookplate Louis Mondanton. Paris: Publié par Gihaut Frères, [1838-1848 ] First edition of this rare and complete album of an expedition through Hungary to southern Russia, returning by way of Constantinople and Smyrnia. Plates nos. 1 (frontispiece) - 8, Hungary; nos. 9- 19, Wallachia; nos. 20- 24, Moldova; nos. 25- 30 Bessarabia; nos. 31- 54 Crimea, 1st part; nos. 55- 68, Camp of Vosnessensk, inter alia portrait of Nicolas I; nos. 69- 80; Crimea, 2nd part; nos. 88- 100 show the portraits of the members of the expedition. The present huge work describes and illustrates scenery and exotic architecture, not only of the Russian meridional region, and depicts also uniforms, military camps, costumes, professions, festivities, trade, custom and manners of Armenians, Cossacks, Gipsies, Jews, Russians, Tartars, Turks, etc. An interior of a coffee shop is shown. This scientific journey to southern Russia and the Crimea, etc. was organized by Count Demidoff (1812-70) on behalf of the government. 22 scholars (of which Jules Janin wrote the descriptive text), and artists (of which Raffet was the most important one) accompanied the expedition. Opposite plate 93, (portrait of J. J. Huout) is a 3- page A.L.S. by his son Paul dated Colmar, 1 July 1868 . Prince Demidoff was a famous art collector. His collection was sold in Paris in 1870.- 2 small stamps and stamped number on title, a few slight spots, and some light smudging to margins at the beginning. A nice association copy on large paper. Brunet II, 583; Vicaire III, 167; NBG 13/14, p. 559 & NBG 25/26, p. 578; cf. Atabey 337 (later ed.); not in Blackmer.+ A de Démidoff: Voyage dans La Russie meridionale et la Crimee, par la Hongrie, la Valachie et la Moldavie, execute en 1837. Paris, 1840.in half blue morocoo binding, gilt titling. 7+621+(3) pp. pag. 64 plates by affet. Frontispiece: Nicolaas I on horseback . PAYMENT FOR THSE 2 VOLUMES ONLY VIA BANK TRANSFER.
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KALASHNIKOV, ANATOLII( IVANOVICH, ( 1930-2007 )
Voi'na I Mir :
. Seriia Ksilografii Po Motivam Roman L?Va Tolstogo / R.I. Kalashnikova / War and Peace : A Suite of Wood Engravings Based on the Book By Leo Tolstoy By Anatolii I. Kalashnikov . Vvedenie W. E. Batlera / introduced by W. E. Butler. Society of Wood Engravers, 1991, 64pp. foliosized Signed limited edition of 300 copies printed by the Libanus Press. text set in Plantin, bound in red cloth by Smith Settle. Parallel English and Russian text. [ 0948021292 9780948021299 ] (ISBN: 0948021292) .
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Book number: F3225
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Keywords: Russian Art Rare Private Press Engravings

 
PASTERNAK, EVG.,
Boris Pasternak Materialy Dlya Biografii.
. Moskva, Sov. Pis. 687pp. many photographs, hardback. with autograph dedication by the author, Boris' son, signed and dated 2. VIII.'90.
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Book number: F1681
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PSALTER
Kievskaya Psaltyr'. 2 Volumes.
. Vol. 1: G. Vzdornov, Issledovanie Kievskoi psaltiri. Vol. 2. Kievskaya psaltyr' 1397 goda iz Gosudarstvennoi Publichnoi biblioteki imeni M.E. Saltykova-Shchedrina v Leningrade "Iskusstvo", Moskva, 1978; 171, 229, 4pp. with many plates, bound with d/w, folio, very good edition, splendid work Accompanied by The Kiev Psalter of 1397: an analysis. by Nadezhda Toranova. MKA Erin-Lee McGuire. which also includes some coloured illustrations from the facsimile edition. 16 A-4 pages, loose, printed single-sided.[DL1 /5 ].
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Book number: 016496
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Catalogue: Slavic
Keywords: Theology Slavonic-Lot Wim Meeuws Rusrare Slavonic Russian Medieval Russian Bibliography Manuscripts Gospels Psalters Ukraine Kiev

 
TOPOROV, VLADIMIR NIKOLAYEVICH (1928 - 2005 ),
Collection of Correspondence
. Correspondence collection between Holdan Books, Oxford and Professor V. N. Toporov between 1976 and 1980 about a possible publication of his work on Dostoevsky's GOSPODIN PROKHARCHIN.
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Book number: F3254
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Keywords: Russian Slavic Semiotics Doestoevsky

 
ZINOVIEV, A.,
Non-Standard Logic and Its Applications (Several Lectures in Oxford)
. The Oxford Lectures No. 1. Oxford, 1983; 36pp. paper, 1st edition. By the author of The yawning heights a.o. (ISBN: 0902672576) .
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Keywords: Russian Linguistics Slavic Mathematics Thornslav 0902672576

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