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1880-1883 Barcelona Montaner & Simón El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha N. Díaz de Benjumea SPA 2 F b. Editions A287; S210; P52169; BN194 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes two title pages with Juan de la Cuesta's emblem (one for each part); a dedication with an illustrated frame, a portrait of Cervantes by Bartolomé Maura y Montaner (reproduced by helioengraving) with a color frame. Also has 126 headpieces and 126 tailpieces (xylographs), 44 chromolithographs (23 in part I and 21 in part II). The illustrators are by Ricardo Balaca y Canseco and José Luis Pellicer. The woodengravers are Burn Smeeton, Auguste and Pierre Emile Tilly, Celestino Sadurní y Deop, Gómez, N. Branguli, Martín, Paris, Bruna, Clemente, Manuel Pantaleón Pérez, Arturo Carretero y Sánchez, Artigas and the monogramists are N.V.R. and P.Z. Some chromolithographs are signed by the lithographers J. García, F.K. and T.E. The edition "es realmente suntuosa por la belleza de su parte tipográfica y el indiscutible mérito de los dos artistas que tan concienzudamente supieron adornarla con sus dibujos" (RR 84).
Description: The text is after Harztenbusch's 1863 edition.
1880 Barcelona Biblioteca Ilustrada Espasa El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha T. Gorchs SPA 2 F b. Editions RR83; S204; P52166; GG48-50 and 220-221; BN186 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes designed by Luis Madrazo y Kuntz and engraved by Pedro Hortigosa, 13 steel engravings designed by Joaquín Espalter y Rull (1), Luis Ferrant y Llausas (2), Bernardino Montañés (1), Luis de Madrazo (1), Claudio Lorenzale y Sugranes (1), José María Bracho y Murillo (1), Carlos Luis de Ribera y Fieve (1), Ricardo de Madrazo y Garreta (1), Miguel Fluyxench y Trell (1), Ramón Martí y Alsina (1), Eusebio Planas (1) and Adolph Schrödter (1, copied) and engraved by Estevanillo or Estebanillo (6), D. Martínez (1), Pedro Hortigosa (2), Antonio Roca y Sallent (1), Ángel Fatjó y Bartra (2) and Joaquín Furnó y Abad (1). Edition also has two headpieces designed and engraved by Estevanillo, 127 initials designed by Estevanillo, Lechard, Carnicero, Isaias Llopis y Sánchez, Tomás Moragas y Torras and J. Gironella and engraved by Abadal, Carnicero, N. Branguli, D. Martínez, N. Surroca, P. Mullor, Ricord, Turner and Piquer (not all signed and not always with Don Quixote subjects). It contains a tailpiece (repeated twice) designed by J. Gironella and engraved by Ricord, and a map by Manuel Antonio Rodríguez and Juan Antonio Pellicer (copied from Madrid: Sancha, 1797 - 98). All the illustrations, except the copy of Schrödter's engraved by Furnó, are the same as those in Barcelona: Tomás Gorchs, 1859.
Description: Follows the 1859 edition by T. Gorchs with same illustrations and plates. 'Edición monumental'.
1880-1882b Barcelona Montaner El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de La Mancha SPA 2 F b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: High resolution images 600 dpi.
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1882 Barcelona Salvador Manero El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 2 F b. Editions A273; RR179; GG246; S217; P52177; BN204 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes a portrait of Cervantes and nine chapter illustrations designed by Ramón Puiggarí and engraved by Traver (portrait + four), Artigas (3) and Celestino Sadurní y Deop (2) and a double page map. It has the same illustrations first published in Barcelona: L. Obradors & P. Sulé, 1876. It also contains two extra illustrations in color by Apeles Mestre from 1879 Barcelona edition: "Don Quijote armado caballero" & "Aventura de los rebaños y Pentalopín".
Description: Two tomes in one volume, published in the "Biblioteca Ilustrada de Salvador Ribas".
1884 Barcelona Biblioteca Clásica El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 1 8vo b. Editions TAMU
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1885 New York D. Appleton El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha E. Ochoa SPA 1 8vo b. Editions S229; P52190; BN213; RR201 TAMU
Illustrations: Edition contains a portrait of Cervantes (bust by Antonio Solá), and 15 chapter illustrations designed by John Gilbert (14 same copies by John William Orr first published in London: Appleton, 1853) and Gustave Doré (one from Paris: Hachette, 1863).
Description: Includes an essay by G. Ticknor on Cervantes' life, "Ensayo histórico sobre la vida y escritos de Cervantes." It is a reprint of the 1860 edition.
1887-1894 Madrid Felipe González Rojas El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 2 F b. Editions S249; P52208; RR206; BN218 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 14 chapter illustrations in color designed by Juan Alaminos (9; some after or based on José Rivelles' illustrations for Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1819) and Eusebio Zarza (five after his own designs for Barcelona/Madrid: La Maravilla, 1863) and chromolithographed by C. B. and T. R. (Lit. de J. M. Mateu and Lit. de Felipe González Rojas). The edition also includes a map.
Description: Follows the text from the 1819 Madrid RAE edition. Includes Vida de Cervantes by Navarrete. Volume I, 1894; volume II, 1887.
1895 Barcelona Nueva de San Francisco; Biblioteca Salvatella El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions S236 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains illustrated title pages with Juan de la Cuesta's emblem, 1 facsimile dedicatory signed by Cervantes, vignettes with Tony Johannot's designs for Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37 (some directly-reproduced and others after Madrid: Gaspar y Roig, 1847), and vignettes with Gustave Doré's designs for Paris: Hachette, 1863; and five illustrations reproducing paintings by Antonio Muñoz Degrain, Antonio Gisbert, Manuel Domínguez Sánchez, and Eduardo Cano de la Peña, and a bust of Cervantes sculpted by Rossend Nobas i Ballbé. Also contains 2 vignettes designed by Miranda and engraved by Capuz about Adolfo de Castro's El Buscapié (same first engraved for Madrid: Gaspar y Roig, 1847).
Description: This is the fifth edition in the Biblioteca Salvatella; Cushing has volume II only (facsimile, 61 vignettes by Johannot, 2 by Doré, 2 by Miranda, and 3 illus. by Cano, Gisbert and Domínguez). It includes the Buscapié. Decorated stamped covers. It is a reprint of the 1888 edition.
1896 Barcelona Tipografía y Librería Salesiana El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha Domingo Abeja SPA 3 8vo b. Editions P52215 TAMU
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Description: Edition "arreglada para toda clase de personas y en especial para uso de los colegios."
1898 Barcelona Centro Editorial Artístico de Miguel Seguí El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 2 F small b. Editions S259; P52222; RR228; BN245 TAMU
Illustrations: Edition contains a portrait of Cervantes in color copied by A. Seriñá after Luis de Madrazo's original design, two illustrated title pages with vignettes designed by Jaume Pahissa y Laporta (the vignette in the title page of volume II is the same used as tailpiece for chapter VII:II). It also has 126 headpieces and 119 tailpieces designed by Pahissa, and finally 25 chapter illustrations in color designed by A. Seriñá. Most of the illustrations are based on Ricardo Balaca y Canseco's and José Luis Pellicer's illustrations for Barcelona: Montaner & Simon, 1880-83. They are not copies, but reproduce settings and characters. Some illustrations are also based on Doré's for Paris: Hachette, 1863. "Los dibujos de los grabados intercalados firmados por Pahissa están más artísticamente hechos y con más propiedad que las láminas en color de Seriñá" (Río y Rico). Some illustrations include the signature "F. fto.", referring to the photographer in charge of reproducing the original drawings.
Description: Text from 1608 Madrid edition. "Es una buena edición, hermosamente impresa" (Río y Rico).
1901 New York D. Appleton El Ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha E. Ochoa SPA 1 8vo b. Editions BN275bis EU
Illustrations: Pictorial boards.
Description: This is a reprint of the 1860 first edition, and includes an essay about the life and works of Cervantes by J. Ticknor.
1903-1904 Barcelona A. López Robert El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 18 16vo b. Editions S275; RR240; BN285 TAMU
Illustrations: 1 portrait of Cervantes, 126 chapter illustrations, 126 headpieces and 126 tailpieces by José Passos. Also contains decorated covers by J. Roca and T. Gaspar.
Description: Has 36 tomes in 18 volumes, one for each two-letters in the title: EL/IN/GE/NI/OS/OH/ID/AL/GO/D.Q/UI/JO/TE/DE/LA/MA/NC/HA. The text is after Hartzenbusch´s edition. Other copies (as described by Río y Rico) in 36 volumes, also one for each letter in the title.
1903 Madrid Saturnino Calleja El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 1 32mo b. Editions BN284 TAMU
Illustrations: Pictorial cover, 93 illustrations, and a portrait of Cervantes as frontispiece.
Description: Miniature edition, first published in 1876.
1904-1905 Barcelona F. Seix El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 3 4to b. Editions S262; P52224; RR229; GG255-260, 262-263; BN312 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 13 chromo-lithographies designed by José Moreno Carbonero (12) and Laureano Barrau (1), with decorated headpieces and initials in color and gold by different artists. "Las cromolitografías son dignas del pincel del ilustre artista que las firma" (Río y Rico).
Description: This is the third printing of the first edition published in 1898 (the second printing in 1905). It is a revised text from the Madrid, 1819 RAE edition. It is a deluxe edition with an Introduction by J. M. Asensio. One of the most beautiful 19th century editions. Excellent typography.
1904 La Plata Talleres gráficos de Sesé y Larrañaga El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 1 8vo b. Editions P52241; BN289 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes (bust), an illustrated title page (reproduction of Juan de la Cuesta's emblem) and six chapter illustrations designed by Ricardo Balaca y Canseco (3) and José Luis Pellicer y Fener (3) reproduced after Barcelona: Montaner, 1880-83. It also has a facsimile document (Cervantes' baptismal certificate).
Description: States "Primera edición sudamericana ilustrada; a previous one, non illustrated, was published in Montevideo in 1880. Includes Vida de Cervantes by Luis Ricardo Fors.
1905 Barcelona Casa Editorial de la Viuda de Luis Tasso El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 2 F b. Editions S285; P52248; BN261 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains an unsigned portrait of Cevantes plus 128 headpieces, 120 chapter illustrations and 128 tailpieces. It has offset reproductions of Gustave Doré's illustrations (Paris: Hachette, 1863) watercolored by Salvador Tusell Graner, A. Audet and P. Sahale (most of them by Tusell).
Description: Full leather with gilt pages on the upper covers and back. Decorated covers. Cromotipical edition.
1905 Barcelona Librería Científico-Literaria El ingenioso hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 1 8vo b. Editions TAMU
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Description: Facsimile edition Part I, 1605; Enciclopedia Literaria series, vol. VII.
1905-1908 Madrid R. L. Cabrera 'Quijote' del centenario: El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 8 F b. Editions S287; P52253; RR261; G264-272; BN293 TAMU
Illustrations: Edition contains 800 illustrations designed by José Jiménez Aranda (689; 137 are finished drawings, chapters I-7:1; 552 are sketches; chapters 7-38:1), Luis Jiménez Aranda (37; chapters 39-52:1), Gonzalo Bilbao Martínez (5; chapters 1-5:2), Nicolás Jiménez Caballero Navarro Alpériz (20; chapters 6-11, 30-35, 59-65 and 69:2), Ricardo López Cabrera (24; chapters 12-29 and 36-41:2), José García Ramos (12; chapters 42-53:2), Emilio Sala Francés (4; 53-56:2), Juan Francés y Mexia (1; chapter 57:2), José Villegas Cordero (3; chapters 66-68:2), Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (3; chapters 70-71 and 74:2) and Manuel Benedito Vives (2; chapters 72-73:2). Part I has 726 illustrations and part II has 74. Chapter 17:1 is the most illustrated (37 illus.). Chapters 43:2 and 58:2 are the only not illustrated. "Para Jiménez Aranda, notabilísimo y original dibujante, fue el Quijote labor de una gran parte de su vida, y su propósito hacer una íntegra representación gráfica de la novela, frase por frase, siguiendo puntualmente el hilo de sus interesantes episodios, el encadenamiento de los hechos, la rica variedad de sus tipos y motivos [...]. Opinamos, en suma, que la presente edición, desde el punto de vista artístico, es el más valioso intento de expresión gráfica del Quijote y una de las ediciones castellanas de la novela en que nuestros artistas han sabido interpretar bien sus más notables escenas y lugares" (Río y Rico).
Description: The image captions are in four languages (Spanish, French, German and English). The edition includes a study of the edition by D. José R. Mélida. Four volumes of text and four volumes of illustrations. Limited III Centenary edition; Cushing's copy is # 810 of 1.000. "La parte tipográfica de esta edición de lujo sólo elogios merece: está admirablemente impresa, en tipos grandes y claros, y en magnífico papel verjurado" (Givanel).
1905-1913 Madrid Victoriano Suárez El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha Clemente Cortejón SPA 6 4to large b. Editions S288; BN292; RR265 TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated title pages with Juan de la Cuesta's emblem (2 per volume), 11 facsimiles of title pages (Madrid: Juan de la Cuesta, 1605 princeps; Madrid: Juan de la Cuesta, 1605 2nd printing; Lisboa: Jorge Rodrígez, 1605; Lisboa: Pedro Crasbeech, 1605; Valencia: P. Patricio Mey, 1605 (1st and 2nd printings); Madrid: Juan de la Cuesta, 1608; Madrid: Juan de la Cuesta, 1615 princeps; Bruselas: Huberto Antonio, 1616; Valencia: P. Patricio Mey, 1616; and Barcelona: Bautista Sorita, 1617), 1 map with the Lagunas de Ruidera reproduced after Madrid: Sancha, 1797-98, and 1 portrait of Clemente Cortejón. Also with ornamental headpieces.
Description: It is the first critical edition, with variants and notes. It collates for the first time copies of 26 editions. Volume VI was completed by J. Givanel and J. Suñé. The edition is limited to 1100 copies.
1905 Madrid Hermanos Sáenz de Jubera El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 1 4to large b. Editions S283; P52247; BN301 TAMU
Illustrations: It is illustrated with six plates by Urrabieta and Vallejo, a portrait of Cervantes and 300 illustrations after Johannot.
Description: Edition is a reprint of the 1890 edition.
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