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        Libeccio (Maremma). Ricordo ai Componenti la Società d'Incoraggiamento delle Belle Arti in Firenze

      Firenze, Stab. Calcografico Achille Paris, 1884Incisione su rame, mm.355x568 alla battuta, ampi margini bianchi. Timbro a secco della Società di Incoraggiamento delle Belle Arti. Buona conservazione.

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        Der Feuerreiter; Blätter für Dichtung / Kritik / Graphik (2. Jahrgang, August 1923), [ORIGINAL ETCHING & LITHOGRAPHS]

      Hans Heinrich Tillgner Berlin: Hans Heinrich Tillgner, n/d. Sonderheft (Special edition). Softcover. g. 4to. 32pp. Printed original wraps protected by modern mylar. Rare special edition of the German periodical Der Feuerreiter, honoring the German artist, poet and printmaker Ludwig Meidner (1884-1966). Meidner's works were part of the Nazi book burning in 1933, being Jewish he fled to England in 1939. Illustrated with an original numbered (63/100) etching (frontispiece) and two original lithographs by Meidner. Etching signed by Meidner in pencil, lithos with artist's initials. Age wear and creasing to wraps. 1 1/2" of backstrip on head of spine missing, tail of spine chipped. Wraps repaired with tape. Wraps almost completely detached. Waterstaining on lower right corner throughout, not affecting text or plates, same corner bumped throughout. Etching almost detached from book block. Top right corner of page 31 repaired with tape. Text in German, Gothic script. Wraps in fair, interior in overall good to very good condition. Inhalt (contents): Frauenbildnis, Originalradierung / Nur dies ist das wahre Wort / Von der Armut / Vom rechten Gebrauch irdischer Gabe / Mutter, du mystische Frau / Ludwig Meidner: Kopf, Originallithographie / Oskar Walzel: Der Dichter Ludwig Meidner / Fred von Zollikhofer: An Ludwig Meidner / Hugo Marcus: Drei Begegnungen / Johannes R. becher: An Ludwig Meidner / Willi Wolfradt: Der Maler und Zeichner Ludwig Meidner / Fred von Zollikhofer; Der Verwndelte / Heinrich Eduard Jacob: Notizen zur apokalyptischen Kunstform / Fritz Gottfurcht: Zur Definition des Bühnenraums

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        Ordbok öfver svenska medeltids-språket. 1-2:2.

      Lund 1884-1918. Berlingska Boktryckeri- och Stilgjuteri-Aktiebolaget. 4:o. (4),831; (4),694; IX,(1),695-1347 s. Tre något nötta bruna halvskinnband i kalv. Blekta ryggar med fem upphöjda bind, gulddekor, röda och gröna titeletiketter. Rödfärgade snitt. Första delen ej helt uniform, annan gulddekor, renoverad rygg med översta fältet förnyat samt förstärkt främre fals bakre med ett par sprickor även ett pr mindre bitar borta i falsen vid titeletiketten. Inlagor delvis något lagerfläckade. Dedikation på första blanka bladet i första delen "Dr. C. af Petersens med innerlig vänskp och tacksamhet af K. F. S." Ex libris A. T. Hellberg. Eftersättsladet i första delen med handskrivna runrader. 32,5 x 24,5 cm

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        EMAUX ET CAMEES Avec Un Portrait De L'Auteur Et Deux Eaux-Fortes De M. H. Manesse, D'Après Les Aquarelles De Mme La Princesse Mathilde

      Paris: G. Charpentier Et Cie, Éditeurs. 1884. First Edition Thus; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good in boards. Owner's ink stamp. ; 24mo 5" - 6" tall .

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        Sandy Hook to the Needles

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1884. Colour-printed lithograph, mounted on card. Very good condition apart from a few small brown spots in the lower left and right sides of the image. 14 3/8 x 20 5/8 inches. (of mount) 17 1/2 x 23 1/4 inches. Frederic Cozzens was one of America's greatest marine artists. Like nearly every other great marine artist, he was thoroughly acquainted with every aspect of ship construction and the art of sailing. He is best known for his paintings of great American yachts of the latter half of the 19th century, which were commissioned by many of New York's leading yachtsmen. In 1884, he expanded his audience by making a series of lithographs of his paintings. The first and most brilliant series was American Yachts, Their Clubs and Races from which this print comes. Sandy Hook to the Needles depicts an exhilarating moment at the beginning of the great race across the Atlantic Ocean to the Needles on the coast of England. It pictures three of the participating yachts, the Fleetwing, Henrietta, and Vesta, racing head to head after having recently embarked from the starting point at Sandy Hook, which is visible in the right distance, on a Tuesday, December 1866. Jacobsen, Frederic Cozzens. Marine Painter, New York: 1982.

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        A Breezy Day, Outside. [XVII]

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1884. Colour-printed lithograph, removed from the original mount, very fine condition. 14 5/16 x 20 5/8 inches. Frederic Cozzens was one of America's greatest marine artists. Like nearly every other great marine artist, he was thoroughly acquainted with every aspect of ship construction and the art of sailing. He is best known for his paintings of great American yachts of the latter half of the 19th century, which were commissioned by many of New York's leading yachtsmen. In 1884, he expanded his audience by making a series of lithographs of his paintings. The first and most brilliant series was American Yachts, Their Clubs and Races from which this print comes. A Breezy Day, Outside depicts, from left to right, the schooners Columbia, Sappho and Palmer. Columbia was built by Van Deysen in 1871, Palmer built by Byerly and Sons in 1865 and the most noteworthy, Sappho built by Poillon Brothers in 1867. The schooner Sappho famously made a run of 318 miles in sixteen days, three hours and twenty six minutes, one of her four victories in international races. Jacobsen, Frederic Cozzens. Marine Painter, New York: 1982.

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        Göteborg. Aqvarelle lithografier.

      Stockholm 1884. Folio. Tjugo färgplanscher och ett textblad (komplett). Välbevarat senare halvskinnband med rödfärgade snitt. Rygg med fem upphöjda bind, blind- och gulddekor. Med Gustaf Bernströms förgyllda pärmexlibris. Lätt nött yttre bakre fals. 39,5 x 29 cm

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        KATE GREENAWAY'S CALENDAR FOR 1884.

      Four cards, one portrait, three landscape, each printed on one side only, and bearing full-colour illustrations by Greenaway, together with the calendar for 1884. The four contained in the rare original pictorial brown envelope. Envelope split along one joint, but complete; else an excellent set. Schuster & Engen 325b.

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        Manet

      Quantin Paris: Quantin. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Manet, Edouard. FIRST EDITION, with two original Manet etchings. The first biography of Manet, written by his close friend Edmond Bazire, and published only nine months after Manet's death. Exquisitely illustrated with two original Manet etchings ("L'Odalisque couchee" and "La Convelescente"), three etched plates by Guerard after Manet, six heliogravure plates after Manet, a facsimile letter, and numerous additional illustrations.Paris: Quantin, 1884. Octavo, contemporary half calf over marbled boards; custom box. Chips to spine with wear to joints, text and illustrations clean.

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        Attendamento

      Litografia stampata su carta Cina marroncina, mm.212x262, applicata all'origine su fogliocolor crema di mm.330x495. Firmata in basso a destra sulla pietra. Tratta dalla serie "Venti ricordi dal vero", pubblicata nel 1884 dalla Cromolito Pistoiese. La tiratura "senza dubbio fu di pochissimi esemplari" (Baboni, p. 19). Ottimo stato.

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        In perlustrazione

      Litografia stampata su carta Cina marroncina, mm.212x262, applicata all'origine su foglio color crema di mm.330x495. Firmata in basso a destra sulla pietra. Tratta dalla serie "Venti ricordi dal vero", pubblicata nel 1884 dalla Cromolito Pistoiese. La tiratura "senza dubbio fu di pochissimi esemplari" (Baboni, p. 19). Ottimo stato.

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        Mediaeval Military Architecture in England

      London: Wyman & Sons, 1884 Two Volumes, in original red cloth with lettering in gilt and a gilt design Castle Keep on front boards. Volume 1 has been re-cased with new cloth hinges, hinges professionally strengthened, black endpapers, bookplate of Pt Murray to fpds. Volume 2 has been expertly re-backed with original spine laid down. Vol 1 - xiii and 491 pp, 58 illustrations; Vol 2 - ix and 548 pp, 83 illustrations respectively. Elaborate full page and in text engraved illustrations and diagrams. His work divides itself into 2 distinctive parts of unequal length. Intro & 172 pages is a concentrated and a masterly history of Medieval Military architecture in England; and then the remainder of the first and all of the second volume are occupied by descriptions, arranged alphabetically, of the castles existing, in various degrees of perfection, throughout England and Wales. A highly acclaimed set of architectural history, providing geographic advantage, design and specific histories. The volumes, now that they have been restored are a very pleasing and accessible set.Clark, engineer and antiquary. See ODNB.

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        Artiglieria in marcia

      Litografia stampata su carta Cina marroncina, mm.212x262, applicata all'origine su foglio color crema di mm.330x495. Firmata in basso a destra sulla pietra. Tratta dalla serie "Venti ricordi dal vero", pubblicata nel 1884 dalla Cromolito Pistoiese. La tiratura "senza dubbio fu di pochissimi esemplari" (Baboni, p. 19). Ottimo stato.

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        POEMS A NEW EDITION

      New York: Thomas Y . Crowell & Co. nd. but ca. 1884. New York: Thomas Y . Crowell & Co., [nd. but ca. 1884?].. xi,[1],294,[2], plus 8pp. inserted catalogue. Medium green cloth, with elaborate pictorial decorations in gilt and black, a.e.g. Cloth a bit darkened and rubbed, endsheets lightly foxed, otherwise a good copy. Probably the second American edition (a piracy). According to various sources, the first American edition (after an American issue from English sheets) was published by Roberts Brothers, Boston, in 1882. The Library of Congress dates this edition "1884?" and there seems no reason to doubt their information, especially given the following inscription on the front free endsheet: "W.M. Rossetti from Christina 1884." The inscription is in William Michael Rossetti's handwriting, his recording of the receipt of this copy from his sister Christina. It is also worth noting that this is the dedicatee's copy; the printed dedication reads: "To William Michael Rossetti, these poems, to so many of which, so many years back, he gave the first brotherly hearing, are now at last dedicated. 1870-1881." An evocative association copy, linking the three Rossettis in one book.

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        FOUR WORKS: HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIMES. THE FOUR GEORGES & WILLIAM IV. THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. THE REIGN OF QUEEN ANNE

      Chatto & Windus London: Chatto & Windus, 1884. FIRST EDITIONS of the last three works. 222 x 143 mm (8 3/4 x 5 5/8").15 volumes. Pleasing contemporary dark blue three-quarter morocco by Bickers & Son (stamp-signed on verso of front free endpaper), raised bands, spine gilt in single-ruled compartments, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt.Tiny chip to top of one spine, three joints with short cracks at head, minor dulling from leather preservative, first volume with hinge open at rear (but the volume quite sound), one leaf with older tissue paper repair to head-edge tear (into text, but legibility not lost), other trivial defects, but still quite an attractive set in excellent condition, clean and fresh internally, and in bright, solid bindings showing little wear. This is an appealing group of four scarce works, three of them first editions, by a father and son who also wrote novels, and brought the same engaging, readable style to their non-fiction. Justin McCarthy (1830-1912) was a journalist and novelist whose major work "History of Our Own Times" (1878) was an enormously popular account of Britain during the reign of Queen Victoria, written from a Liberal point of view. It went to a number of editions, and our 1901 edition of his major work covers the accession of Queen Victoria to the General Election of 1880 in four volumes, with a fifth volume supplement updating the history to the queen's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. McCarthy began publishing "History of the Four Georges and William IV" in 1884, but failing eyesight and ill health forced him to hand the work over to his son for completion; volume II appeared in 1890, and volumes III and IV in 1901. Justin Huntly McCarthy (1859-1936) penned two histories of his own, included here: "The French Revolution" (1890, 1897; four volumes) and "Queen Anne" (1902; two volumes).

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        The Dewy Morn. A Novel

      London: Richard Bentley 1884 London: Richard Bentley, 1884. First edition. 2 vols., 8vo. [ii], 296; [ii, 328] pp. Three quarters blue morocco and marbled boards, t.e.g. Slighest foxing to title leaf, else Fine. Sadleir 1306; Wolff 3616

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        Our Baseball Club and How it Won the Championship

      New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1884. Complete including the frontispiece, six full-page plates, and the Spalding baseball advertisement. Red, black and gilt pictorial cover illustration of a triumphant baseball team. Tight binding with intact hinges. Clean pages and plates with an occasional finger smudge. Minor wear to endpapers. Owner's name on reverse of one plate. Small pencil sketch of a baseball diamond and player positions on rear free endpaper. Cover is generally in nice shape with some minor wear, however the top of the spine has been mended with some loss to the word 'Our.' The first novel completely about baseball and the cornerstone of any baseball fiction collection. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good -. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        A Treatise on Contempt Including Civil and Criminal Contempts

      1884. Rapalje, Stewart [1843-1896]. A Treatise on Contempt Including Civil and Criminal Contempts of Judicial Tribunals, Justices of the Peace, Legislative Bodies, Municipal Boards, Committees, Notaries, Commissioners, Referees and Other Officers Exercising Judicial and Quasi-Judicial Functions. With Practice and Forms. New York: L.K. Strouse & Co., 1884. xlvi, 273 pp. Octavo (9" x 6"). Recent period-style three-quarter tan calf over marbled boards, raised bands and red and black lettering pieces to spine, endpapers renewed. Light toning to text, some soiling to title page, minor edgewear to a few leaves, internally clean. Ex-library. Small inkstamp to verso of title page. A very nice copy. * First edition. "One of the first comprehensive studies of the subject, still useful as background reference. It covers contempt powers of courts, legislative bodies, administrative groups, and public officials": Swindler, A Bibliography of Law on Journalism cited in Marke, A Catalogue of the Law Collection at New York University (1953) 415.

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        GIFTAS I-II.

      Tolf äktenskapshistorier, med interview och förord. - Aderton äktenskapshistorier med förord. Stockholm: Bonniers, 1884 och Stockholm: Kungsholms Bokhandel, 1886. Originalupplagorna. (6), 293, (1); (4), XXII, (3), 250, (1) s. Handbundet senare halvskinnband (Peter Meyer, Beck & Son, Stockholm) med fyra upphöjda bind, ryggdekor i guld och helt guldsnitt, omslagen medbundna. 2 delar i 1 volym. Omslaget till första delen utan anmärkning. Främre omslag till andra delen med två små lagade revor, samt spår efter namnteckning i bläck i övre marginalen, det bakre renoverat och uppfodrat, med mindre textförlust.. Zetterlund I: 29 och 32

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        Il Duello Nella Dottrina e Nella Giurisprudenza: Studio sui Progetti

      1884. Crivellari, Giulio. Il Duello Nella Dottrina e Nella Giurisprudenza: Studio sui Progetti del Nuovo Codice Penale sul Diritto Positivo Patrio e di Legislazione Comparata. Turin: Unione Tipografico-Editrice, 1884. 278 pp. Octavo (9" x 5-3/4"). Original publisher wrappers, spine reinforced. Light soiling and minor edgewear, some toning and occasional light foxing to text. A nice copy of a scarce title. * Only edition. A thorough study of dueling as practiced in the Italian states. It begins with a historical review of dueling and the laws, legislation and debates concerning the practice. The final chapters are devoted to current law and proposals for its reform. As indicated by its title, this book was a side-project related to his work on the Italian penal code, which was published in 1890-98 as Il Codice Penale per il Regno d'Italia. OCLC locates 3 copies in North America, 1 in a law library (Harvard). Not in the British Museum Catalogue.

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        Autograph Letter, signed, to "Ethel" [Hatch]

      Christ Church Oxford jan.30/'84 1884 "Christ Church", [Oxford], jan.30/'84 [1884]. 12mo. 4pp. in Dodgson's purple ink. Fine. In quarter purple morocco and cloth drop case with descriptive lettering in gilt on upper cover. Cohen, p. 527 . A touching letter. Ethel being almost certainly one of Dodgson's favorite 'child-friends', Ethel Hatch: "My dear Ethel, "I think it will have to be YOU that settles the 'which' as to the new book: but the 'when' is quite another matter. It is quite a High School sort of question - 'If anticipation gives happiness, what will 40 years of anticipation give?" ANS: '40 years of happiness!' My only fear is that is would be too much happiness for you. Still, I know you are a VERY good girl (at least, all the people who live in Canterbury Row, & in that neighbourhood, have never told me anything to the contrary), so I say to myself 'Yes! She DOES deserve it. She shall have 40 years of happiness!' "Give B [eatrice Hatch] my love, & thanks for her letter: & as she now does a 'different sort' of work from the High School, I send her a question to work out; the like of which was NEVER set there. 'If it is odd to have an undergraduate brother, what is it to have two?' ANSWER: 'Even.' "Please think of me in the year 1924 A.D. and believe me, "Yours always affectionately "CLD"

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        Les Habitants de Suriname: Notes Recueillies a L'Exposition Coloniale D'Amsterdam en 1883

      A. Quantin, Paris, 1884. First Edition. Hardcover (Original Cloth). Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Original green cloth rebacked in green cloth with the original spine laid back down, rubbed spot at head of spine (label removal?). Wear at corners, a few surface marks, light puckering to cloth. Old stamp to title page, tissue guards tattered but largely present, browning to page edges. 61 photographic plates in black and white (2 bound out of order), two color maps (one folding) and 13 chromolithograph plates of headdresses, a vase, jewelry, and a drum. A sumptuous production documenting the 1883 Exposition in Amsterdam. Each of the 28 inhabitants from the exposition are pictured, typically from two angles, and, in a departure from "anthropological" works of the period, they are both depicted and named. Roland was the grandson of Lucien Bonaparte. Size: Folio. Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Anthropology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 040718. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        Slutliqvid med Sveriges lag, i fyra böcker uppgjord af Nils Nilsson, Arbetskarl. Ny till ett helt sammanfattad upplaga, genomsedd och tillökt med två böcker. [1] Första boken. Revision av bestående lags yttersta grunder. [2] Andra boken. Reformlära. [3] Tredje boken. Gemensam lag för alla europeiska folk. [4] Fjerde boken. Platos stat i korrigerad bild. [5] Femte boken. Försök till en lättfattlig exposé af nilssonska samhällsteorien. [6] Sjette boken. Diverse kompletteringsuppsatser.

      Malmö, 1884. Sex delar bundna i ett band, 576 s. Samtida halvskinnband.. "Slutliqviden är det snillrikaste som är skrifvet i Europa sedan Rousseau. Mannen bor i Malmö." (August Strindberg i ett brev till K. O. Bonnier 1884.) "Denna omarbetade och med två hela böcker utökade upplaga utkom i kvartoformat samma år som författaren dog. Enligt Quidings egna uppgift i företalet trycktes den endast i 100 exemplar. Enligt uppgift lär hela upplagan blivit liggande i Quidings hem ´till dess änkan tre år senare avled, då en gammal trotjänarinna i huset, som väl tyckte, att böckerna skräpade, där de låg, anställde ett bål på dem. Under det hon därmed var sysselsatt, infann sig händelsevis en avlägsen släkting till författaren just lagom för att hinna rädda de få exemplar - åtta stycken vilka ännu ej hunnit bli lågornas rov.´ (Hans Hansson) Detta exemplar torde vara ett av de få existerande exemplar som finns utanför de tre stora biblioteken i Uppsala, Lund och Stockholm samt Arbetarrörelsens arkiv." Hagelin, Catalogue Two. Rare & Interesting Books... Svensk arbetarrörelse, 262

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        L'uomo delinquente in rapporto all'antropologia, giurisprudenza ed alle discipline carcerarie. delinquente-nato e pazzo morale. terza ed. completamente rifatta. roma 1884 editore: fratelli bocca

      Ril. in cart. con dorso in pelle con fragi e tit. in oro., cm 23,5x16, pp 610, 17 tavv. e 8 ill. b/n..

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        The Waverley Novels. 48 volume set Roxburgh Edition

      Edinburgh: Adam & Charles Black Ltd. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Some rubbing and fading to covers. Occasional foxing. Some annotation in two volumes. 1884. Roxburgh Edition. Red hardback cloth cover. 12000pp :: engravings on steel and wood :: 190mm x 130mm (7" x 5") :: N.B.: Heavy set - shipping supplement applies - please ask for shipping quote stating country of destination .

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        AN OLD MAN'S LOVE

      1884. hardcover. Trollope, Anthony. AN OLD MAN'S LOVE. A Novel. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1884. Original wrappers. First American Edition, published as Number 373 in Harper's "Franklin Square Library." This was Trollope's last novel, published after his death. John Gordon heads off to South Africa to find his fortune, in order to be able to wed Mary Lawrie, and returns with it three years laster -- only to arrive on the day after Mary had accepted the proposal of the elderly bachelor William Whittlestaff, who had become her benefactor... AN OLD MAN'S LOVE was not serialized but was published in two volumes by William Blackwood of Edinburgh in November or December 1883. Harper published this edition on April 11, 1884, paying ten pounds to Blackwood for sending them a set of advance sheets. W "The Cheapest Publication in the World" according to the Philadelphia Press, Harper's Franklin Square Library had been founded to deserve that description -- tabloid-sized, printed in triple-column (later double-), with no illustrations, priced at ten (later fifteen) cents. The Franklin Square Library was intended to... present works of some of the most popular authors to American readers "who may not find it convenient to encumber themselves with books or periodicals too costly to be cast aside after perusal." This new series and its advertising logic sounded the death knell for collectors... Their fragility, format, and ephemeral makeup discouraged most buyers from keeping them. Despite the thousands of copies printed of each title in the series, few have survived. Trollope editions in the series are of the utmost rarity and those that have survived are generally defective... First editions published in newspaper format after early 1878... are rarely seen for sale and are usually found only in private collections and in certain research libraries. [W. Smith] This copy is complete in 40 pages of double-column text (the front page serving as self wrapper, its top half devoted to series and novel headings). This copy does have an additional outer (advertising) wrapper. Condition is very good (a bit of archival mending along the spines of the dual wrappers, but otherwise just minor edge-wear). Smith 58. Housed in a custom clamshell case with inner four-flap wrapper. The first copy we have seen in our thirty years in business.(Sumner & Stillman Code:11230)

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        Mikro-Organismen bei den Wund- Infections-Krankheiten des Menschen

      Bergmann Wiesbaden: Bergmann, 1884. 1st edition. No Dust Jacket. 8vo. x,122pp. 5 plates, (4 chromolithographs). 250 x 170mm. Half morocco. Small stamp on title & versos of plates, spine is extremely chipped, (needs re-backing) otherwise a very good copy. Booklabel. FIRST EDITION. Garrison-Morton 5619. Rosenbach proved that streptococci and staphylococci are distinct and differentiated two strains of staphylococci ('aureus' and 'albus'). He cultured cocci from a considerable range of septic conditions, thus more accurately defining their pathological significance for humans, and confirmed Pasteur's prediction that acute osteomyelitis was a 'furuncle of the bone marrow.' Foster, History of medical bacteriology and immunology (1970) 27, 69-70. Waller 8220.

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        Artiglieria in marcia

      Litografia stampata su carta Cina marroncina, mm.212x262, applicata all'origine su foglio color crema di mm.330x495. Firmata in basso a destra sulla pietra. Tratta dalla serie "Venti ricordi dal vero", pubblicata nel 1884 dalla Cromolito Pistoiese. La tiratura "senza dubbio fu di pochissimi esemplari" (Baboni, p. 19). Ottimo stato.

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        Attendamento

      Litografia stampata su carta Cina marroncina, mm.212x262, applicata all'origine su fogliocolor crema di mm.330x495. Firmata in basso a destra sulla pietra. Tratta dalla serie "Venti ricordi dal vero", pubblicata nel 1884 dalla Cromolito Pistoiese. La tiratura "senza dubbio fu di pochissimi esemplari" (Baboni, p. 19). Ottimo stato.

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        Ueber Archaeopteryx. Mit 1 Tafel und 5 Holzschnitten.

      Berlin, G. Reimer, 1884. 4to. Contemp.clothbacked boards with gilt lettering. 70,(3) pp., textillustrations and 1 large folded tinted lithographed plate (51x38,5 cm). A small loss of paper in inner margin of plate, not affecting image. Light browning to titlepage. A few scattered brownspots. Previous owners name on titlepage. Offprint from "Palaeontologische Abhandlungen Hrsg. von W. Dames und E. Kayser", Zweiter Bd. Heft 3.. The scarce first edition, the offprint of the famous paper describing the finest and most complete find of "Archaeopteryx" and the only specimen where the head is found complete. The name derives from Ancient Greek 'archaios', meaning ancient, and 'ptéryx', meaning feather or wing.Archaeopteryx lived during the Late Jurassic Period around 150 - 148 million years ago, in what is now southern Germany during a time when Europe was an archipelago of islands in a shallow warm tropical sea, much closer to the equator than it is now.The Berlin Specimen (HMN 1880) was discovered in 1876 or 1877 on the Blumenberg near Eichstätt, Germany, by Jakob Niemeyer. He exchanged this precious fossil for a cow, with Johann Dörr. Placed on sale in 1881, with potential buyers including O.C. Marsh of Yale University's Peabody Museum, it was bought by the Humboldt Museum für Naturkunde, where it is now displayed. The transaction was financed by Ernst Werner von Siemens, founder of the famous company that bears his name. Described in 1884 by Wilhelm Dames (in the paper offered), it is the most complete specimen, and the first with a complete head. Once classified as a new species, A. siemensii, a recent evaluation supports the A. siemensii species definition

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        DINOCERATA. A MONOGRAPH OF AND EXTINCT ORDER OF GIGANTIC MAMMALS. United States Geological Survey Volume X. (The True First Edition, dated 1884)

      Washington DC:: United States Geological Survey,, 1884. First Edition. Very Good+. SIGNED, INSCRIBED AND DATED BY OTHNIEL CHARLES MARSH. A Very Good+ hardback. True First Edition First Printing--dated 1884 on the title and transmittal pages rather than the later 1886 printing. Three quarter modern buckram over original marbled boards, new endpapers. Gilt lettering spine, top edge gilt. Scuffs and edge wear covers, mild chips few page edges. With 56 black and white plates, 7 foldout. Folio. 237 pp.

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        Histoires Extraordinaires et Nouvelle Histoires Extradinaires

      A. Quantin, Paris, 1884. Later Edition. Hardcover (Half Leather). Very Good Condition. Illustrator: Méaulle, Meyer, Wogel, Laurens, etc. 2 volumes in half red morocco over marbled boards. Mild wear at edges, a bit heavier at the corners. Each with an extra engraved title page and 13 engraved plates. A very attractively bound and illustrated edition of Baudelaire's classic translation of Poe. Slight scattered foxing and age toning, old bookseller catalog entries taped to rear endpapers. Size: Octavo (8vo). 2-volume set (complete). Illustrator: Méaulle, Meyer, Wogel, Laurens, etc.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Fiction; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 042459. .

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        A selection from the poems ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT ON VELLUM

      Illuminated manuscript engrossed on 12 leaves of vellum, each leaf measuring 245 x 190 mm. Written in English and beautifully embellished with wide borders on each page, initials and other decorations in colour and gold. Bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in full red levant, wide inner red levant borders, gilt-tooled back and sides, extra tooled sides Legascon style, lettered on spine and center front cover, gilt edges. Preserved in a cloth slipcase. The manuscript contains the following six poems: A psalm of life; The old clock on the stairs; The village blacksmith; Children; Walter Von der Vogelweed; and The arrow. Unfortunately, the calligrapher's name does not appear in the book. However, the date August 16, 1884 does appear on the verso of the title page. It is assumed that the manuscript was completed on or about this time, which is two years after the death of Longfellow.&

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        The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne (Hawthorne's Works)

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin, (Riverside Press), 1884.. Octavo, 12 volumes. Three quarters leather. Complete set of Hawthorne's works. Gilt tooling and titles to the spine, top edge gilt. In very good condition. A nice set.

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        THE ELECTRIC LIGHT IN OUR HOMES (PRESENTATION COPY)

      London:: Frederick Warne and Co.,, 1884.. First edition. Hardcover. Light extremity wear, owner name and bookplate to ffep. Scattered foxing, else Near Fine . 12mo, xii, 206 pp + 3 leaves of advertisements; complete with 3 pasted in Woodburytype photographs and 64 wood-engravings. Pictorial brown cloth with gilt to front cover and spine.. With the Author's Compliments" to half-title. A very early work on electrical illumination, based on a series of lecture the author gave 'in many of the largest towns in England' in 1883. The three original photographs are among the first to show rooms of a private home illuminated with electric lights. Hammond established some of the earliest public electricity systems in England. From the Wheeler gift (#2359)

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        Carlyle's Complete Works [Vellum Edition - 20 Volumes]

      Dana Estes and Charles E. Lauriat. VELLUM BOUND. 8.25 inches tall, 36 inches wide for the complete set, 6.5 inches deep. Beautiful 20 volume antique vellum bound set of Thomas Carlyle, the Scottish writer and historian. Includes: Vol. I Sartor Resartus / Heroes and Hero Worship; Vol. II John Sterling / Latterday Pamphlets; Vol. III The French Revolution I; Vol. IV The French Revolution II; Vol. V - XI Frederick The Great; Vol. XII Past and Present / John Knox / Miscellanies; Vol. XIII - XVI; XVII - XIX Cromwell's Letters, Etc.; Vol. XX Life of Schiller / General Index/ The books are in full vellum bindings with a beautiful patterned red accent design. Printed in a limited edition of 275 copies of which this is #47. Some general age wear to the bindings, light handling wear and slight bowing open of boards. Very good condition overall. Published 1884. . Very Good. 1884.

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        Tom Sawyer Abroad

      NY: Charles L. Webster, 1884. 1st ed., 1884. Illustrations by Dan Beard. 8vo. 219 pp + [4] pp. ads. 1st state, binding variation B (no priority). Bound in grey-tan cloth illustrated in brown and black with gilt titles. Contemporary bookplate and name front endpapers, very light wear at the spinal extremities, very small stain corner of rear free endpaper, else this is an especially bright, near fine book, binding very tight.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine.

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        Little Ann and Other Poems. [Inscribed copy]

      London:: George Routledge & Sons, printed in colours by Edmund Evans,, n.d. [1884].. First or early edition.. Hardcover. Very Good+. 64pp, illustrated in colour throughout. Upper corner of half-title neatly inscribed in ink: 'Judy Thurlow from Kate Greenaway 1884'. Early pencilled initials 'W.B.C.' on preceding page. Contents otherwise exceptionally clean and fresh, showing the delicacy of the pictures to their best advantage, with bright yellow endpapers and all edges green. In the original binding of half green cloth with glazed pictorial boards and untitled spine. Binding firm, corners good, spine ends puckered. Light soiling to boards, and trace of a child writing their name to the upper board - 'Alice(?) Thurlow'. A really lovely copy.

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        Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer's Comrade)

      New York: Charles L. Webster and Company. Early issued, mixed state. Handsomely rebound in three quarter leather and silk with portions of the original pictorial green cloth bound in back (spine and front board). Top edge gilt. Light shelf wear, Corners opened. Contents sound. Closed tear page 43 bottom edge. Octavo. 366 pages. With 174 illustrations in text. ...... Recent Twain scholarship convincingly establishes three changes from the printing plates of the first printing of 30,000 copies and later printings: 1) an erroneous page reference "88" on page 13 later changed to "87" (BAL's point 2); 2) the misprint "with the was" on page 57 later corrected to "with the saw" (BAL's point 3); and 3) the misprint "Decided" on page 9 later changed to "Decides" (not noted by BAL) All present. Early issued, mixed state. Octavo. 366 pages. With 174 illustrations in text. Handsomely rebound in three quarter leather and silk with portions of the original pictorial green cloth bound in back (spine and front board). Top edge gilt. Light shelf wear, Corners opened. Contents sound. ..Additional First Edition Points: The printer is believed to have assembled copies haphazardly; bibliographers do not yet agree as to the priority of many points. .. This copy contains the following points of bibliographical interest: Those present or not are noted: 1) Title Page is a cancel. No. (Can't tell due to rebinding?) 2) Title Page has 1884 Copyright on verso. 3)The Heading for Chapter 6 on the first Contents page reads "decided" (later corrected to "Decides." 4) "Him and another man" listed incorrectly at page 88 (on the Illustrations list on page 13). 5) On page 57, eleven (11) lines from the bottom it reads: "with the was" which was later changed to with the saw. 6) Below the Frontispiece bust of Twain, the Tablecloth is not visible underneath. 7) Below the Frontispiece bust of Twain, the "Heliotype Printing Co." imprint is present. 8) Yes. Signature mark "11" is missing on page 161. 9)? Page 283 is a cancel sheet. (Can't tell due to rebinding?) 10) Yes. On page 143 the "l" (L) is missing in "Col" that is part of the Illustration at the top line of text. 11) Final leaf is a blank. No, May have been removed in rebinding 12) Yes. On page 143, line 7 with a Broken "b." 13) On page 155, the second "5" is in a different font and in an off balance position. (there is no second 5 of the "155") 14) p.283 : fly redone...Additional photographs available. . Very Good. Hardcover. 1885. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall.

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        THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

      1884. hardcover. <center><b>the true first edition of HUCKLEBERRY FINN</b></center> Twain, Mark [pseudonym of Samuel L. Clemens]. THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN (Tom Sawyer&#39;s Comrade). With 174 Illustrations. London: Chatto & Windus, 1884. 32 pp ads dated Nov 1886. Original red cloth pictorially decorated in black. <p>First Edition. With all of the attention given to the many issue points of the 1885 first American edition of HUCK FINN, it is easy to forget that it has been well established that the English edition is the true first edition of this classic tale. The Chatto & Windus edition was published during the first week of December 1884, with copies then being advertised as available and for sale. The copyright for the American edition was filed at about the same time, but copies were not actually issued until about four months later (it was first listed in Publishers&#39; Weekly on March 14, 1885, and the W! earliest ownership inscriptions are dated March 9&ordm;th&#39; or so).</p> <p>Though part of the 1884 first printing, this copy was not actually bound up for about two years -- as evidenced by the November 1886 ad catalogue. One <i>good</i> thing about this later binding-up is that by then, the ill-conceived early-1880s English experiment of binding with staples was proving unsatisfactory -- so this copy is more conventionally bound with string.</p> <p>This is a very good-plus copy, with minor wear at the extremities; also the cover gilt is less than bright. The original patterned endpapers remain tight. With desirable copies of the American edition now fetching $10,000-$30,000, it is likely only a matter of time before the U.K. true-first HUCK FINN lessens the price gap. Blanck 3414; Johnson p. 44; McBride p. 113.</p> "MERLE JOHNSON&#39;S HIGH SPOTS" (Sumner & Stillman Code:12355)

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        The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

      Charles L. Webster, New York, 1884. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain. First edition, third issue with all errors corrected. Publisher: Charles L. Webster, New York, 1885. Bound is a fine contemporary dark green quarter leather and green cloth binding with gold lettering, raised bands, and leather corners. A beautiful binding. Original cloth front and spine bound in the rear. Contents clean with occasional light foxing. Foxing to the frontis portrait. Overall a wonderful copy for anyone&#146;s book shelf. 366 pages. Inventory #10-433.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket.

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        THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN (TOM SAWYER'S COMRADE). SCENE: THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. TIME: FORTY TO FIFTY YEARS AGO

      London: Chatto & Windus, 1884. First Edition. Decorated red cloth. One leaf from the catalogue (pages 11-12) has been removed. Two text pages have been roughly opened resulting in a clean tear through the bottom corner with no loss of one and the loss of a page number and a few words of the running head to the other. Slight sunning to spine with very mild fraying to spine tips. A bright, Very Good copy. The First English Edition, preceding the American edition by four months. With 174 illustrations by E.W. Kemble. BAL 3414: Sequence B with the gatherings saddle-stitched with wire staples as opposed to sewn. BAL assigns no priority to the sequences. With the publisher's catalogue insert at rear dated October 1884, per BAL.

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        The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

      London: Chatto and Windus. 1884. First printing. Hardcover. Fine. First printing, first issue with ads dated October, 1884. The UK edition preceeds the American. Pictorial red cloth printed in black and gilt, a splendid just about fine copy in a bright, unblemished binding showing no rubbing or wear. Inner hinges are firm and tight but the front inner hinge shows the faintest beginnings of cracking. The lower outer corner of the verso of the frontispiece shows a grayish portion of the frontispiece image, a printer&#39;s error of some sort (hard to describe; we could take pictures for interested parties). Otherwise, a beautiful copy. Housed in a custom clamshell slipcase

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        THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

      1884. hardcover. <center><b>the true first edition of HUCKLEBERRY FINN</b></center> Twain, Mark [pseudonym of Samuel L. Clemens]. THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN (Tom Sawyer&#39;s Comrade). With 174 Illustrations. London: Chatto & Windus, 1884. 32 pp ads dated Oct 1884. Original red cloth pictorially decorated in black. <p>First Edition, first state (with the October 1884 ad catalogue). With all of the attention given to the many issue points of the 1885 first American edition of HUCK FINN, it is easy to forget that it has been well established that the English edition is the true first edition of this classic tale. The Chatto & Windus edition was published during the first week of December 1884, with copies then being advertised as available and for sale. The copyright for the American edition was filed at about the same time, but copies were not actually issued until about four months later (it was first listed in Publishers&#39; W! Weekly on March 14, 1885, and the earliest ownership inscriptions are dated March 9&ordm;th&#39; or so).</p> <p>This copy is bound with staples, while others were more conventionally bound with string. While there is no priority between the two, it is far more difficult to find staple-bound copies in desirable condition today: the ill-conceived 1880s English experiment of binding with staples was to prove very unsatisfactory for the purpose of holding books together.</p> <p>This is a near-fine copy, with very slightly darkening of the spine (less than usual), a miniscule nick at the head of the spine, and one small faint spot on the rear cover (also, as always, there is some rusting of the staples). The original patterned endpapers remain clean and uncracked, and there has been no restoration of the book. With desirable copies of the American edition now fetching $10,000-$30,000, it is likely only a matter of time before the U.K. true-first HUCK FINN lessens the price gap. Blanck 3414; Johnson p. 44; McBride p. 113. Housed in an open-backed slipcase.</p> "MERLE JOHNSON&#39;S HIGH SPOTS" (Sumner & Stillman Code:11884)

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        Huckleberry Finn

      New York : Charles Webster , 1884 . First Edition . VG . 8VO . A superior copy of Twain&#146;s masterpiece in an early mixed issue state. The main points for determination are as follows: &#147;Him and Another Man&#148; on p.13 listed at p.88 later changed to p.87. P. 57 has &#147;with the was&#148; on 11th line from bottom. Decided later changed to Decides on p.9. The other secondary points are: The final 5 on p155 is slightly lower than the other numbers. The signature mark is not present on p 161. The portait frontis has the Helioprint imprint and the scarf is not visible. The l is missing from Col in the illustration on p.143. The b in body on line 7 of p 143 is broken. The date on the title page is 1885 and on the copyright page 1884. The book is in lovely condition with some wear to the spine extremities and almost none elsewhere. The spine extremities have been coloured in closely matching marker. The gilt remains bright on both the front board and the spine. The rear free endpaper has a tape-repair, otherwise the book is unrestored and in very good condition. Bal 3415, McBride p. 93, Johnson p. 111, Ahearn 660.

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        Autograph Letter, signed ("SL Clemens"), to his British publisher, Andrew Chatto, regarding the plans for publication of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

      Hartford, Ct, april 1, 1884. 22.5 x 14 cm. (9 x 5-1&#141;2 in.). 26 lines, in pencil, on both sides of a single sheet. Fine condition, in cloth folder. Provenance: Paul Bonner (Sale in Feb, 15, 1934 lot 71); James S. Copley Library. Mark Twain Project ID UCCL 11941. For the publishing history, see Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (2003), eds. Fischer, Salamo & Blair, p. 740; BAL 3414, 3415; Walter Blair, Mark Twain and Huck Finn (1960) . Important letter from Samuel Clemens to his British publisher Andrew Chatto at Chatto & Windus -&#128;two brief pages dense with early instructions regarding international aspects of the forthcoming publication of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Hartford Apl 1/84 Dear Mr. Chatto: Good - that settles Hughes! Now you can settle Tauchnitz - I enclose him. Chas L. Webster (my nephew by marriage and future publisher) will write to you about this time. I will send him your present letter so that he may take note of the early sheets suggestion. We can easily send the early sheets if we don&#39;t forget it, for we shall have this book in type & printed many months before we issue it. I shall secure Canadian copyright. Truly Yours, S.L. Clemens Chatto had begun corresponding with Clemens in March 1884 concerning Huckleberry Finn, and matters concerning translation and foreign publication, with a request for early sheets. William L. Hughes, in Paris proposed to put out French translations of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, and Chatto had vouched for him. Twain also instructs Chatto to make arrangements with Tauchnitz, the famed Leipzig publisher of continental editions of English-language authors, for an authorized edition. The letter also introduces his nephew Charles L. Webster to Chatto. "Charley", as Clemens called him, undertook the logistical work connected with publication of Huck Finn. Chatto had requested early proof sheets so that he could begin typesetting, with the aim of publishing British editions simultaneously with the New York edition. "Charley" did not forget, and "advance sheets" were sent to Chatto by Webster on 19 September 1884. It was only in November, when the defaced plate was discovered, that the intended publication schedule came apart. The Chatto & Windus edition (London) and Dawson Brothers (Montreal) edition were published on 10 December as foreseen. Clemens was in Toronto on publication day to establish legal domicile for these editions and Webster applied for foreign copyright in the author&#39;s name. The Tauchnitz (Leipzig) edition was published in printed wrappers dated January 1885. Production issues connected with replacing the offending page resulted in publication of the Charles L. Webster (New York) edition being delayed until 18 February 1885. This is one of only two known letters from Clemens to Chatto discussing Huck Finn (a note dated 3 March 1884 informed Chatto that "I am keeping Huck Finn back till next fall"). Webster, as Clemens&#39; publisher, handled subsequent correspondence (transcripts of several related letters accompany this letter). This letter serves to indicate that Clemens&#39; intention, from the beginning, was for the British edition to be derived from the American printing of the book

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        Huckleberry Finn

      New York : Charles Webster , 1884 . First Edition . VG . 8VO . A superior copy of Twain&#146;s masterpiece in an early mixed issue state. The main points for determination are as follows: &#147;Him and Another Man&#148; on p.13 listed at p.88 later changed to p.87. P. 57 has &#147;with the was&#148; on 11th line from bottom. Decided later changed to Decides on p.9. The other secondary points are: The final 5 on p155 is slightly lower than the other numbers. The signature mark is not present on p 161. The portait frontis has the Helioprint imprint and the scarf is not visible. The l is missing from Col in the illustration on p.143. The b in body on line 7 of p 143 is broken. The date on the title page is 1885 and on the copyright page 1884. The book is in lovely condition with some wear to the spine extremities and almost none elsewhere. The spine extremities have been coloured in closely matching marker. The gilt remains bright on both the front board and the spine. The rear free endpaper has a tape-repair, otherwise the book is unrestored and in very good condition. Bal 3415, McBride p. 93, Johnson p. 111, Ahearn 660.

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