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Mining Hypocrite, Edward The miners in their professional and family life are depicted in pictures and accompanied by explanatory words. With tinted lithographed frontispiece and 47 lithographed clay plates. Dresden, Kuntze, 1857. 1 sheet, 12 p. Fol. Original cloth binding, cover with blind-embossed frame and gold-embossed title and illustration (slightly rubbed and bumped). First edition. - Schiffner, Aus dem Leben alter Freiberger Bergstudenten I, 110th - Artistically attractive panel work with depictions of all mining activities below and above ground as well as the further processing of the ores. - Heuchler (1799-1879), Professor of Drawing at the Freiberg Mining Academy, "has rendered outstanding services to the artistic development of Freiberg as an architect with a sense of art" (Schiffner). - Title, frontispiece and text foxed, plates little affected. 1 plate with tear, this one unprofessionally restored. All in all impressive and well preserved copy. With tinted lithographed frontispiece and 47 lithographs from clayboard. - First edition. - Original cloth, board with blind stamps and gilt illustration and title (slightly rubbed and bumped). - Artistically attractive work with depictions of all mining activities above and below ground and the further processing of the ores. - Hypocrite (1799-1879), professor for drawing at the mining academy in Freiberg, has rendered outstanding services to the artistic development of Freiberg as an architect with a sense for art. - Title, frontispiece and text slightly with foxing, plates not much affected. 1 plate with tear, unprofessionally restored, otherwise impressive and well presevered copy. *

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