Hamburg, Germany: Hauswedell & Nolte, 1982. Softcover. Octavo, 133 numbered pages. Profusely illustrated throughout in the Art Nouveau style. ¶ The legendary auction of Insel-Verlag books assembled by the great bibliophile Alfred Bergmann. Altogether 833 lots described, with images throughout in black and white, depicting bindings and illustrations.
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Berlin: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein, 1986. First Edition. Softcover. Octavo, 196 pages, catalogue 26. Illustrated in black and white. ¶ Catalogue for an auction in 562 lots. The title specifically relates the contents: alchemy, mining, emblemata, geography & Travel, history & politics, witches, literature, philosophy, mathematics, medicine, music, science & technology.....
Nurnberg and Basel: Edelmann / Haus der Bucher, 1963. First Edition. Softcover. Dates: 1963-1975. 3 vols., 8vo. Original illustrated wrappers. Catalogue 706 (Part 1: A-K). Catalogue 707 (Part 2: L-Z; spine splitting). Catalogue 770 (Neue Folge). 278 + 244 pp. Illustrated. ¶ Essential catalogues of German Baroque literature, altogether with.....
Heidelberg: Antiquariat E. Hatry, 1992. First Edition. Softcover. Quarto, in original wrappers.,  pp. Illustrated in black and white. ¶ A catalogue to commemorate Christian Weise upon his 350th birthday. With particular emphasis on the development of the novel, from Joh. Fischart "Geschichtklitterung" up to Christian Gellert's "Schwedischer Grafin."
Hamburg, Germany: Hauswedell & Nolte, 1985. Softcover. Octavo, 220 pages. Profusely illustrated throughout in the Art Nouveau style. Original illustrated wrappers. ¶ Auction catalogue of an important collection of books published by the Insel-Verlag. 1033 lots described, with images throughout in black and white showing bindings and illustrations.