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 Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834), Bury Hill
Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834)
Bury Hill
London, UK: Ackermann, 1823. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with minor tears at edges. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann.Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature. Ackermann employed Frederic Shoberl from the third issue in 1809 to 1828 when Shoberl moved on to similar projects.The last issue of the original Repository, published in December 1828, stated that the following year a new magazine would take its place. This new magazine, titled The Repository of Fashion, focused solely on fashion and was illustrated with a number of hand-colored and black-and-white plates. However, the last known issue of this new periodical was in September 1829. It is believed that soon thereafter, The Repository of Fashion was merged into La Belle Assemblée. .
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Book number: 68-3152
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 Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834), Cabinet Writing Table & Chair
Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834)
Cabinet Writing Table & Chair
London, UK: Ackermann, 1810. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with tiny edge tears, loss at lower right corner. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann.Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature. Ackermann employed Frederic Shoberl from the third issue in 1809 to 1828 when Shoberl moved on to similar projects.The last issue of the original Repository, published in December 1828, stated that the following year a new magazine would take its place. This new magazine, titled The Repository of Fashion, focused solely on fashion and was illustrated with a number of hand-colored and black-and-white plates. However, the last known issue of this new periodical was in September 1829. It is believed that soon thereafter, The Repository of Fashion was merged into La Belle Assemblée. .
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Book number: 68-3109
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.5 | £UK 59.25 | JP¥ 11287]
Catalogue: Ephemera

 Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834), Cabinet Dressing Case
Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834)
Cabinet Dressing Case
London, UK: Ackermann, 1824. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with tiny edge tears, some staining. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann.Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature. Ackermann employed Frederic Shoberl from the third issue in 1809 to 1828 when Shoberl moved on to similar projects.The last issue of the original Repository, published in December 1828, stated that the following year a new magazine would take its place. This new magazine, titled The Repository of Fashion, focused solely on fashion and was illustrated with a number of hand-colored and black-and-white plates. However, the last known issue of this new periodical was in September 1829. It is believed that soon thereafter, The Repository of Fashion was merged into La Belle Assemblée. .
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Book number: 68-3137
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.5 | £UK 59.25 | JP¥ 11287]
Catalogue: Ephemera

 Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834), Cabinet Glass
Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834)
Cabinet Glass
London, UK: Ackermann, 1824. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with minor tears at edges. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann.Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature. Ackermann employed Frederic Shoberl from the third issue in 1809 to 1828 when Shoberl moved on to similar projects.The last issue of the original Repository, published in December 1828, stated that the following year a new magazine would take its place. This new magazine, titled The Repository of Fashion, focused solely on fashion and was illustrated with a number of hand-colored and black-and-white plates. However, the last known issue of this new periodical was in September 1829. It is believed that soon thereafter, The Repository of Fashion was merged into La Belle Assemblée. .
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Book number: 68-3179
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.5 | £UK 59.25 | JP¥ 11287]
Catalogue: Ephemera

 Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834), Candelabras
Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834)
Candelabras
London, UK: Ackermann, 1826. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with tiny edge tears. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann.Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature. Ackermann employed Frederic Shoberl from the third issue in 1809 to 1828 when Shoberl moved on to similar projects.The last issue of the original Repository, published in December 1828, stated that the following year a new magazine would take its place. This new magazine, titled The Repository of Fashion, focused solely on fashion and was illustrated with a number of hand-colored and black-and-white plates. However, the last known issue of this new periodical was in September 1829. It is believed that soon thereafter, The Repository of Fashion was merged into La Belle Assemblée. .
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Book number: 68-3099
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.5 | £UK 59.25 | JP¥ 11287]
Catalogue: Ephemera

 Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834), The Castle of Wufflens
Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834)
The Castle of Wufflens
London, UK: Ackermann, 1822. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with tiny edge tears, loss at lower right corner. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann.Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature. Ackermann employed Frederic Shoberl from the third issue in 1809 to 1828 when Shoberl moved on to similar projects.The last issue of the original Repository, published in December 1828, stated that the following year a new magazine would take its place. This new magazine, titled The Repository of Fashion, focused solely on fashion and was illustrated with a number of hand-colored and black-and-white plates. However, the last known issue of this new periodical was in September 1829. It is believed that soon thereafter, The Repository of Fashion was merged into La Belle Assemblée. .
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Book number: 68-3108
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.5 | £UK 59.25 | JP¥ 11287]
Catalogue: Ephemera

 Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834), Chaise Longue, Window Seat
Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834)
Chaise Longue, Window Seat
London, UK: Ackermann, 1809. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with minor tears at edges. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann.Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature. Ackermann employed Frederic Shoberl from the third issue in 1809 to 1828 when Shoberl moved on to similar projects.The last issue of the original Repository, published in December 1828, stated that the following year a new magazine would take its place. This new magazine, titled The Repository of Fashion, focused solely on fashion and was illustrated with a number of hand-colored and black-and-white plates. However, the last known issue of this new periodical was in September 1829. It is believed that soon thereafter, The Repository of Fashion was merged into La Belle Assemblée. .
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Book number: 68-3184
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.5 | £UK 59.25 | JP¥ 11287]
Catalogue: Ephemera

 Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834), Child's Cot Bed. Nursery Chair
Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834)
Child's Cot Bed. Nursery Chair
London, UK: Ackermann, 1809. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with perforations, bottom edge slightly frayed. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann.Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature. Ackermann employed Frederic Shoberl from the third issue in 1809 to 1828 when Shoberl moved on to similar projects.The last issue of the original Repository, published in December 1828, stated that the following year a new magazine would take its place. This new magazine, titled The Repository of Fashion, focused solely on fashion and was illustrated with a number of hand-colored and black-and-white plates. However, the last known issue of this new periodical was in September 1829. It is believed that soon thereafter, The Repository of Fashion was merged into La Belle Assemblée. .
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Book number: 68-3077
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.5 | £UK 59.25 | JP¥ 11287]
Catalogue: Ephemera

 Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834), Child's Cot Bed. Nursery Chair
Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834)
Child's Cot Bed. Nursery Chair
London, UK: Ackermann, 1809. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with minor tears at edges. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann.Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature. Ackermann employed Frederic Shoberl from the third issue in 1809 to 1828 when Shoberl moved on to similar projects.The last issue of the original Repository, published in December 1828, stated that the following year a new magazine would take its place. This new magazine, titled The Repository of Fashion, focused solely on fashion and was illustrated with a number of hand-colored and black-and-white plates. However, the last known issue of this new periodical was in September 1829. It is believed that soon thereafter, The Repository of Fashion was merged into La Belle Assemblée. .
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Book number: 68-3192
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.5 | £UK 59.25 | JP¥ 11287]
Catalogue: Ephemera

 Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834), Chimney Piece of Mona Marble
Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834)
Chimney Piece of Mona Marble
London, UK: Ackermann, 1817. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with tiny edge tears. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann.Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature. Ackermann employed Frederic Shoberl from the third issue in 1809 to 1828 when Shoberl moved on to similar projects.The last issue of the original Repository, published in December 1828, stated that the following year a new magazine would take its place. This new magazine, titled The Repository of Fashion, focused solely on fashion and was illustrated with a number of hand-colored and black-and-white plates. However, the last known issue of this new periodical was in September 1829. It is believed that soon thereafter, The Repository of Fashion was merged into La Belle Assemblée. .
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Book number: 68-3120
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Catalogue: Ephemera

 Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834), Chimney Piece of Mona Marble
Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834)
Chimney Piece of Mona Marble
London, UK: Ackermann, 1816. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with minor tears at edges. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann.Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature. Ackermann employed Frederic Shoberl from the third issue in 1809 to 1828 when Shoberl moved on to similar projects.The last issue of the original Repository, published in December 1828, stated that the following year a new magazine would take its place. This new magazine, titled The Repository of Fashion, focused solely on fashion and was illustrated with a number of hand-colored and black-and-white plates. However, the last known issue of this new periodical was in September 1829. It is believed that soon thereafter, The Repository of Fashion was merged into La Belle Assemblée. .
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Book number: 68-3185
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.5 | £UK 59.25 | JP¥ 11287]
Catalogue: Ephemera

 Ackermann, Rudolph (engrav.), A Circular Movable Bookcase
Ackermann, Rudolph (engrav.)
A Circular Movable Bookcase
[London, UK: Ackermann, 1830]. Hand-colored Engraving. Image 18 x 12.5 cm. Very Good. Mounted on mat board. In mylar protective sleeve. A circular moveable bookcase, 1810. A cylindrical book tower on casters, with shelves for folio, quarto, octavo books topped with a vase. All shelves on rollers to turn independently. Designed by Benjamin Crosby, manufactured by Thomas Morgan and Joseph Sanders, Catherine Street, Strand. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from The Upholsterer's and Cabinet-Maker's Repository consisting of seventy-six designs of modern and fashionable furniture, Rudolph Ackermann, London, 1830. .
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Book number: 68-1992
USD 100.00 [Appr.: EURO 92.5 | £UK 79 | JP¥ 15050]
Catalogue: Ephemera

 Ackermann, Rudolph (engrav.), A Circular Movable Bookcase
Ackermann, Rudolph (engrav.)
A Circular Movable Bookcase
London, UK: Ackermann, 1810. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with minor tears at edges, perforations. A circular moveable bookcase, 1810. A cylindrical book tower on casters, with shelves for folio, quarto, octavo books topped with a vase. All shelves on rollers to turn independently. Designed by Benjamin Crosby, manufactured by Thomas Morgan and Joseph Sanders, Catherine Street, Strand. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from The Upholsterer's and Cabinet-Maker's Repository consisting of seventy-six designs of modern and fashionable furniture, Rudolph Ackermann, London, 1830. .
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Book number: 68-3200
USD 100.00 [Appr.: EURO 92.5 | £UK 79 | JP¥ 15050]
Catalogue: Ephemera

 Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834), Cloak Stand & Flower Stand
Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834)
Cloak Stand & Flower Stand
London, UK: Ackermann, 1822. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with tiny edge tears. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann.Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature. Ackermann employed Frederic Shoberl from the third issue in 1809 to 1828 when Shoberl moved on to similar projects.The last issue of the original Repository, published in December 1828, stated that the following year a new magazine would take its place. This new magazine, titled The Repository of Fashion, focused solely on fashion and was illustrated with a number of hand-colored and black-and-white plates. However, the last known issue of this new periodical was in September 1829. It is believed that soon thereafter, The Repository of Fashion was merged into La Belle Assemblée. .
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Book number: 68-3105
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.5 | £UK 59.25 | JP¥ 11287]
Catalogue: Ephemera

 Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834), Cobham Hall
Ackermann, Rudolph (1764 - 1834)
Cobham Hall
London, UK: Ackermann, 1820. Hand-colored Engraving. 9.5" x 6". Good with edge tears. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann.Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature. Ackermann employed Frederic Shoberl from the third issue in 1809 to 1828 when Shoberl moved on to similar projects.The last issue of the original Repository, published in December 1828, stated that the following year a new magazine would take its place. This new magazine, titled The Repository of Fashion, focused solely on fashion and was illustrated with a number of hand-colored and black-and-white plates. However, the last known issue of this new periodical was in September 1829. It is believed that soon thereafter, The Repository of Fashion was merged into La Belle Assemblée. .
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Book number: 68-3116
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.5 | £UK 59.25 | JP¥ 11287]
Catalogue: Ephemera

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