o. Illustrations in text, pages with narrow red border. Original illustrated wrappers (fading to spine, small tears at spine ends). Provenance: early manuscript notations on title and half-title. Private library catalogue of the collection of 264 works of erotica formed in Vienna by Stern-Szanza. (6) " /> COLLECTING -- German, etc. VIENNA, Kaiserlich-Königliche Theresianische Akademie. Joseph von SARTORI. <I>Catalogus bibliographicus librorum in Bibliotheca Caes. Reg. et Equestris Adademiae Theresianae extantium cum accessionibus originum typographicarum Vindobonensium.</I> Vienna: Typis Viduae Alberti, 1801. 4<V>o. Engraved view of the Academy on title, engraved vignette depicting the library on p. 5, both by Hieron. Benedict, unsigned tailpiece vignette on p. 230. Stitched as issued in original stiff mottled wrappers (spine perished). -- EBNER VON ESCHENBACH, Hieronymus Wilhelm. Godofredus Christophorus RANNERUS. <I>Catalogus Bibliothecae</I>. Nuremberg: Typis Bielingianis, 1812, sale 12 August 1813. First part (only), 8<V>o. Engraved portrait frontispiece. Contemporary wrappers (upper cover and first two leaves detached). <I>Provenance</I>: J. Laszberg (contemporary ownership inscription). -- HEIDELBERG, University Library. Friedrich WILKEN. <I>Geschichte der... alten heidelbergischen Büchersammlungen.</I> Heidelberg: August Oswald, 1817. 8<V>o. 2 engraved folding plates containing facsimiles of manuscripts. Stitched, entirely uncut (lacks spine). -- HULTHEM, Charles Joseph Emmanuel van. Charles BREMMAECKER. <I>Catalogue raisonné</I> Ghent: Ad. van der Meersch for F. Verhulst, 8 June 1846. 8<V>o. (Title and second leaf with lower corners renewed, with partial loss of imprint on title.) Contemporary calf-backed boards (worn). -- JULIUS, Nikolaus Heinrich. <I>Catalogus Bibliothecae per XL annos... collectae Verzeichnis einer während vierzig Jahren in Europa und Amerika zusammengebrachten Bibliothek.</I> Berlin: Wilhelm Hertz, 21 October, [sale delayed until 18 November] 1850. 8<V>o. Facing titles in Latin and German. Original quarter cloth and printed boards. <I>Provenance</I>: E.P. Goldschmidt (shelf mark on inside lower cover). The anonymous sale catalogue of the second library formed by Julius, reformer of the German prison system. -- STERN-SZANZA, Bernhard. <I>Bibliotheca curiosa et erotica.</I> (Vienna, Privately Printed "for the Collector and his Friends", 1923). 8<V>o. Illustrations in text, pages with narrow red border. Original illustrated wrappers (fading to spine, small tears at spine ends). <I>Provenance</I>: early manuscript notations on title and half-title. Private library catalogue of the collection of 264 works of erotica formed in Vienna by Stern-Szanza. (6) | Christie's