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MALTZAHN, Wendelin Freiherr von (1815-1889) -- Deutscher Bücherschatz des sechzehnten, siebzehnten und achtzehnten bis um die Mitte des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts. Jena: Friedrich Mauke, 1875.
8o. Contemporary half cloth, marbled boards (worn).
Catalogue of Maltzahn's private library, which included 16th- and 17th- century German literature with Goethe at its center and an extensive collection of popular (and spiritual) songs. His library and autographs were sold between 1879-1890 by Albert Cohn in Berlin.
VÖLCKER, Georg -- Register zu Wendelin von Maltzahn's Deutschem Bücherschatz. Frankfurt: K. Th. Völcker, 1882. 8o. Original wrappers (worn). Inserted at end of the preceding volume. (2)
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