A TRANSLATION OF WALHALLA'S INMATES DESCRIBED BY LEWIS THE FIRST, KING OF BAVARIA; TOGETHER WITH A SHORT DESCRIPTION OF WALHALLA, AND A PLAN OF THE INTERIOR ARRANGEMENTS, by George Everill. King of Bavaria Ludwig I.

A TRANSLATION OF WALHALLA'S INMATES DESCRIBED BY LEWIS THE FIRST, KING OF BAVARIA; TOGETHER WITH A SHORT DESCRIPTION OF WALHALLA, AND A PLAN OF THE INTERIOR ARRANGEMENTS, by George Everill.

Munich: George Franz, 1845. Cloth-backed boards. pp: xii, 217, (1) errata; frontispiece view (foxed), foldout chart. Bound in cloth-backed putty boards; gilt spine decorations and title are a bit dull. 7.75" x 4.5". This volume is "the translation of a work written by his Majesty, the King of Bavaria, with the view of elucidating the lives and peculiar merits of the great men who have been thought worthy of a place in Walhalla." Good. Item #038942

Contains 162 biographies of Germans honored at Walhalla, along with a description of the Hall itself. Provenance: Old presentation note on free-endpaper--"Thos. P. Rossitor / Valhalla / June 18, 1845 / from his friend C. Parker."

Price: $100.00

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