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        Complete Works of William Makepeace Thackeray. Complete 22 volume set

      Boston:: Houghton Mifflin,. 1889.. The "Standard Library Edition", elegantly bound in half brown morocco, gilt title and devices decorate the 6 compartments on spine, raised bands, marbled boards. 8vo, engraved frontis & plates throughout, illustrations in text. A handsome set indeed, in fine condition.

      [Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints]
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        The Art Album of New Zealand Flora

      Wellington: Messrs. Bock & Cousins. Good with no dust jacket. 1889. First Thus. Hardcover. Binding shaky. Spine leather deteriorating. 3" split to leather at top of front joint. 5" split to leather at top of rear joint. 1/2" chips to leather at head of spine. Spine leather creased vertically with some superficial splitting. Hinges cracked. Pages 33-34 and the two neighbouring plates detached (but present). Plates very clean overall, occasionally a few spots of foxing, mainly to the margins. Light 1/2" dampstain to lower corner of some leaves. Tissue guards present to all plates.; Volume I (all published). "Authors' Edition" (the work had previously been published in 1888 in three separate parts). Subtitled: "being a systematic and popular description of the native flowering plants of New Zealand and the adjacent islands". xviii,180 pages. Full maroon morocco binding with gilt and black decoration to spine. Gilt dentelles. Marbled endpapers. Page dimensions: 292 x 238mm. With 40 attractive chromolithographs (including frontispiece), printed in New Zealand. List of subscribers to the "Authors' Edition" on pp. 179-180. Bagnall records that the prospectus for this work advertised the availability of copies bound in cloth, full calf, or morocco. This is one of the morocco bindings. A further two volumes were planned but never published. A "definitive work calculated to debunk the widely held belief that '... there are no flowers in New Zealand'." - Dawson, page 67. "[T]his enormously expensive project pretty well bankrupted the original printers, William Bock and Alfred Cousins - their partnership was dissolved soon after the publication of the 'Album'." - Dawson, page 74. [References: Bagnall 1884; Dawson, Bee "Lady Painters: The Flower Painters of Early New Zealand" (1999) pp. 60-75; Sampson, F. Bruce "Early New Zealand Botanical Art" (1985) pp. 93-94.]; 4to .

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        Gesammelte Werke. 12 Bände [in 7 Bände gebunden].

      Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Verlag der Cotta'schen Buchhandlung / ab Bd.2 mit dem Zusatz Nachfolger, o.J. [verm. ]. 1889 - Goldgeprägte Leineneinbände, kl.8°, mit einem Frontispiz in Bd 1, Schnitt marmoriert; -ordentliche Exemplare, Stempel auf Titelblättern.

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        Vista Panorámica de la Ciudad de Lima”

      1889 - Lima, 1889. Impreso en albúmina. (16.7 x 22.8 cm.). En buen estado de conservación. Impresionante y única imagen panorámica de la ciudad de Lima vista desde el cerro San Cristóbal. En la imagen es posible observar a tres ciudadanos con la indumentaria de la época. Se aprecian reconocidos lugares de Lima como la plaza de Acho, además de observarse numerosas áreas verdes que en la actual Lima han desaparecido. También se puede observar baterías de la artillería peruana a ser utilizadas en la defensa de Lima contra la invasión chilena. Actualmente es muy difícil hallar imágenes panorámicas de la ciudad de Lima. Rarísima fotografía.

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        Dr. Wilh. Junkers Reisen in Afrika 1875-1886. Nach seinen Tagebüchern unter der Mitwirkung von Richard Buchta herausgegeben von dem Reisenden

      Wien u. Olmütz, Hölzel 1889-1891.. 3 Bde. gr.-8°. XVI, 585 (1); XVI, 500; XVI, 740 S. Mit 120 Taf. (inkl. Titelportr.), 385 Textabb., 2 gefalt. Stammtaf. u. 24 (v. 25) meist gefalt., tlw. farb. Karten u. Plänen. Ln. d. Zt. Einbde. etw. fleckig, Kanten berieb. Einzelne Lagen gelockert. Es fehlt d. letzte Karte im 3. Bd. (durch Kopie ersetzt u. eingebunden). Henze II, 728; ADB L, 728; Embacher 160; Paulitschke I, 116; Kainbacher 204 - Beschreibung der beiden Afrika-Expeditionen des deutsch-russischen Afrikaforschers Wilh. Junker (1840-1892). Das Werk "gilt noch heute als eins der besten Bücher der deutschen Afrikalitteratur." (ADB)

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        Village Boys & Their Amusements. [Album of 18 pen and ink drawings]

      N.p. [Cookham, England], june 1889. Oblong 12mo. Pen and ink on paper, each of the 18 drawings titled opposite (two-page spreads title in the drawing). One inserted sketch on a folded leaf, annotated on verso in the hand of the recipient. Black morocco backed notebook, ticket of J. Tillyer & Co., Oxford. Binding broken, spine perished, internally fine . Album of drawings from the pen of William G. Spencer of Cookham, Berkshire. Opposite the title leaf is a dedication "A.D.C. with love from William Spencer June 1889". The scenes depict a year's worth of rural amusements: "Snow-balling," "[Field] Hockey," "Football," "Leapfrog," "Marbles," "A Running Race," "Merry Anglers," "Rounders on Cookham Moor," "Quoits," "The School Great," "Punch & Judy," "The Paper Chase" (two-page spread), "Tug of War," "The Village Drum & Fife Band," "Merry Archers," "Cricket. The Winning Run. Great Excitement" (two-page spread), Guy Fawkes Day," and "On the Ice" [signed "W.G.S. 1889"]. The annotation on a loosely inserted sketch of a rustic "with the sun in one hand and a watering-pot in the other" identifies the artist as William Spencer "as a boy" and is signed "A. D. Coleridge." Arthur Duke Coleridge (1830-1913) was clerk of assizes on the Midland circuit and author of Eton in the Forties, by an old Colleger (1896); and Reminiscences (1921), edited by J.A. Fuller-Maitland. William Spencer (1846-1928), "Pa," was a music teacher and organist who lived at Fernlea in Cookham and was father of eight children, and "was described by an acquaintance as 'a patriarchal figure who cycled around Cookham reciting Ruskin aloud'"(ODNB). His eldest son William, the artist of this album, was a child prodigy pianist who went on to become a professor at the Bern Music Institute. William "most certainly was a draughtsman. Indeed he had to decide between a career in art or one in music, and decided on music - My feeling is that both [Pa and Will] may have been associated with the London Bach Choir which A.D. Coleridge helped set up in 1875" (Ken Pople, personal communication, 2006). William's two younger brothers were British artists Sir Stanley Spencer (1891-1959) and Gilbert Spencer (1893-1979); all received an unconventional late Victorian education at home. Stanley spent much of his life in the village of Cookham, where the Stanley Spencer Gallery is now maintained in his memory. Unusual and interesting

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        Father O'Flynn

      London - Swan Sonnenschein and Co, 1889 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A scarce first edition of this collection of Irish songs by Alfred Perceval Graves. Containing the hugely popular song,Father O'Flynn. Alfred Perceval Graves (22 July 1846 - 27 December 1931), was an Anglo-Irish poet, songwriter, and school inspector. He was a contributor of prose and verse to the Spectator, The Athenaeum, John Bull, and Punch magazine. He took a leading part in the revival of Irish letters. He was for several years president of the Irish Literary Society, and was the author of many other songs and ballads. In collaboration with Charles Stanford he published Songs of Old Ireland (1882), Irish Songs and Ballads (1893), the airs of which are taken from the Petrie MSS. ; the airs of his Irish Folk-Songs (1897) were arranged by Charles Wood, with whom he also collaborated on Songs of Erin (1901). He published an autobiography, To Return to All That in 1930, as a response to his son Robert Graves' Goodbye to All That. Condition: In a cloth covered binding. Externally, sound with fading to spine and marks to boards. Slight straining to front hinge. Internally, firmly bound. Bright with occasional spots and marks and slight curling to the foot of a few pages. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        [Justine.] Opus Sadicum

      Athens: by the Erotika Biblion Society for Private Distribution,, 1889. A Philosophical Romance. For the First Time Translated from the Original French. (Holland, 1791.) With an Engraved Frontispiece. Large octavo (238 × 155 mm). Early 20th-century green half morocco by Bayntun, spine gilt in compartments with floral tools, marbled sides and endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Engraved frontispiece. Spine a little toned, some rubbing and bumping to edges of boards. An excellent copy. Limited edition, one of 50 numbered copies based on the text of the first English language edition.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Tine. Orig. udgave.

      Kbhvn. 1889. XIX + 287 s. Orig. komponeret hellærred

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosells Antikvariat]
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        An Illustrated History of the Missouri Engineer and the 25th Infantry Regiments

      Donahue and Henneberry, Chicago 1889 - Original green blind stamped cloth with a beautiful gilded coat of arms of the Missouri Engineer regiment. Patterned endpapers and pastedowns. all edges marbled. Gilt title on spine. Tiny white spot to the spine. Mild wear to the corners. Illustrations. Index. Roster. 305 pages. A very tough regimental to find, especially in such beautiful condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paladin Fine Books]
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        Histoire des Archevèchés,Evéchés et Abbayes de France. Tome premier. Aix,Apt,Fréjus,Gap,Riez et sisteron. Accompagnée des Documents authentiques recueillis dans les registres du Vatican et les Archives Locales

      Société Anonyme Imprimerie Montbéliardaise, 1889. Broché avec une illustration. La reliure est à consolider:les plats sont séparés du volume. le dos est entier et solidaire du plat du titre. le plat du dos de l'ouvrage est séparé. les pages sont en grandes partie décousues. les deux plats sont rempliés. Un texte sur deux colonnes. la papier et les textes sont en excellent etat. une table des noms de personnes et des lieux. Instrumenta ecclesiae Aquensis. prix dans l'etat. ouvrage rare

      [Bookseller: Le Lutrin des Alpages]
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        Bradley's Atlas of the World for Commercial and Library Reference. A Complete American and Foreign Atlas, Compiled from Official State, National and International Surveys Supplemented by Information Furnished by the Postal and Interior Departments

      Philadelphia.: WM. M. Bradley & Bro.. 1889.. Some 52 maps (tipped-in), handcolored, marbled endpapers, 19 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches, hardbound with FRONT COVER & SPINE LEATHER MISSING. MISSING 18 MAPS: plate 1 - North Polar Charts, 2 - Hemispheres, 4 - Europe, 7 - Ireland, 24 - Palestine, 27 - Africa, 28 - Southern Africa, 29 - Egypt, Arabia Petraea & Lower Nubia, 48 Minnesota, 50 - Kansas, 52 - Manitoba, 53 - Wyoming, 54 - Washington/Oregon, 55 - California, 57 - Arizona/New Mexico, 58 - Colorado, 59 - Missouri, & 68 - Texas. Overall the condition of the maps is very good with occasional light scattered foxing (mainly to first and last few pages), small blue pencil notation to plate 3 Chart of the World and plate 38 MA, CT; a few plates soiled (mainly in outer margins), plate of Massachusetts (not numbered) is soiled and with a split at lower centrefold. Incomplete as an atlas, but a collection of attractive maps from the last years of handcolored atlas maps. There are some 46 double page maps (all tipped in), and 6 double page maps with two separate maps with a decorative border division. On a double sheet with New Jersey (with shared central decorative border) is a most uncommon separate map of Long Island. Other interesting maps include a "United States Railroad Map, Showing Through Lines of Communication from the Atlantic to Pacific, Together with the Various Steamship Lines Along the Seaboard." The Massachusetts/Connecticut maps are the most used. .

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        Journal of H.M.S. Enterprise On the Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin's Ships by Behring Strait. 1850-55

      VG+. London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle. 1889. 1st Edition. Octavo. xi, [1], 531pp., Index, (1), 32pp. publisherÍs advertisements at rear. Illustrated with 2 plates (1 colour lithograph and 1 photogravure portrait) with tissue guards, 6 coloured fold-out maps. Bound in publisherÍs de-bossed ruled blue cloth with bright gilt decoration on front cover and bright gilt lettering on spine, internal hinges professionally reinforced, pages and maps are clean. A very good copy+ of a very scarce publication. „Arctic Bibliography 3351. & & The account of the Franklin Search expedition under Sir Richard Collinson in the 'Enterprise,' to search via Bering Strait eastward into Canadian Arctic waters. The 'Enterprise' wintered in Prince of Wales Strait 1851-52, after exploring Banks Island. The following season the ship sailed through Dolphin, Union and Dease Straits and then wintered in Cambridge Bay with exploration around the eastern portions of Victoria Island 1852-3 which was carried out by sledge. The expedition returned westward to winter in Camden Bay, Alaska in 1853-54, returning home the following season. Members of the expedition performed observations in the areas of meteorology, water currents, physiography, flora and fauna, and the Eskimos of Victoria Island.&

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        Traité encyclopédique de photographie

      Paris, Gauthier 1889 -1890. 25 cm. 4 Bände. 511, (1); 400; 407, (1); 413, (1) Seiten mit 724 Textfiguren in Holzstich und 2 Photogravüren. Festeinband, Halbledereinband der Zeit - 1: Matériel photographique; 2: Phototypes négatifs; 3: Phototypes positifs. Photocopies. Photocalques. Phototirages; 4: Agrandissements. Applications de la photographie. Kanten stellenweise berieben - Sprache / Language: Französisch / French -

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        The Wanderings of Oisin and other poems

      Kegan Paul, Trench & Co, 1889. 1st edition. Hardcover. Dark blue boards, a few light marks on the rear, a slightly dulled spine with gilt lettering, gilt front lettering, a small repair to the head of the spine, corners a little bumped, black endpapers as called for, the binding still firm, the publisher's monogram on the rear board indicating the first issue. A printed number appears on the title page. Other than a few light fox marks to the first and last couple of pages, the contents are essentially very clean. This was Yeats's first book of poems, printed by subscription in only 500 copies, rare today, in very good condition.

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        Flora's Feast

      London, Paris, New York & Melbourne: Cassell & Company,, 1889. A Masque of Flowers penned & pictured by Walter Crane. Small quarto. Original blue cloth-backed boards, white paper sides printed with titles and floral illustrations in blue and brown, floral patterned endpapers. 1 plate of publisher's advertisements and an 8 page booklet of the same at the rear. 40 lithographic reproductions (including the illustrated title page) of Crane's line drawings washed in with watercolour. Spine and corners rubbed, some marks to covers, very faint spotting to some of the plates. Still a charming object in very good condition. First edition, first impression, of this lovely art nouveau production containing some of Walter Crane's most reproduced images. This copy was given by Florence Nightingale to her great-niece Lettice Verney, with a lengthy, warm and revealing presentation inscription to the verso of the front free endpaper, "Lettice S. Verney, April 18 1890. I send a book which takes my fancy for Lettice from Aunt Florence; the Scimitar-bearing Snowdrops are so gallant. But I should like to alter the title to "Our Father's Floral Feast", "if God so clothe the flowers of the field." (signed) F. Nightingale". The Verneys lived at Claydon House, Buckinghamshire, under the matriarchy of Lady Frances Parthenope Verney, Nightingale's elder sister. She had married the liberal landowner Sir Harry Verney (whose proposals of marriage Florence herself had rejected so as to pursue her nursing mission), in 1858, and the childless Florence treated her sister's children and grandchildren with as much affection and attention as if they had been her own. Lettice Verney (1875-1908), daughter of Edward & Margaret Verney, seems to have been her favourite, with numerous surviving letters evincing a close bond. Supported by her great-aunt's numerous gifts of books, Lettice Verney in fact went on to study at Oxford (Lady Margaret Hall), and then to become a librarian, before dying of ill health in 1908, two years before Florence's death. Though a gift of early childhood, this inscription intriguingly foreshadows Nightingale's pious preoccupation with life and death, for in altering Crane's pagan title to a more spiritually salubrious Christian one, she paraphrases a somewhat morbid piece of scripture (Matthew 6:30), "Wherefore, if God so clothe the grass of the field, which today is, and tomorrow is cast into the fire, shall he not much more clothe you, oh ye of little faith?" Nightingale, indeed, had a propensity to insist upon the Christianisation of classical pagan tropes, as in her letter of 1876 to Lettice's parents, on the death of her mother, she writes of "us who believe that it is not Charon's boat but Elijah's chariot waiting to carry us". An attractive and intriguing document of Florence Nightingale in her familial role of pious pedagogue.

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        In Common Council's Stated Session Monday September 23rd, 1889

      1889. [Capital Punishment]. [Thomas Edison]. In Common Council, Stated Session, Monday, September 23rd, 1889, Hon. John McCarty, President in the Chair and a Quorum Present. (...) A Singularly Brutal and Wanton Murder was Committed on August 22nd, 1889 at 171 Jay Street (...) on the Person of an Estimable and Inoffensive Citizen, The Late Christian W. Luca. Whereas the Prompt Arrest of the Red-Handed Murderer and His Accessories Exemplified by the Acumen, Activity, Courage, And Devotion to Duty, Which is Characteristic of the Police Force of the City of Brooklyn, In a Marked Degree... [Brooklyn: Kensington Art Studio, 1889]. 13-1/2" x 9-1/4" albumen photograph of printed and manuscript certificate mounted on 14" x 11" board. Light rubbing to edges, otherwise fine. * This certificate commemorated a resolution honoring members of the Brooklyn Police Department, the Second Precinct. The 1889 murder of Christian W. Luca, a grocer, by Charles McElvaine during a botched robbery, caused a sensation in Brooklyn and New York. McElvaine pleaded insanity, but was eventually sentenced to "death by electricity" after two years of trials and appeals. This was a controversial form of execution. The widely reported first electrocution in 1890, which used apparatus designed by the Edison Company, was a gruesome event. As a result of a gag order issued afterwards, members of the press and other witnesses were barred from the four executions that followed over the next eighteen months. Despite official claims that the electric chair delivered painless executions, stories of additional gruesome deaths found their way into print. The state had to act. Edison redesigned the electric chair, replacing metal electrodes affixed to the head and leg with a pair of electrodes in water-filled jars in which the condemned person's forearms were immersed. Satisfied that this new design resolved the issues that marred previous executions, the state lifted the gag order and invited eight reporters and Edison's chief engineer to witness McElvaine's demise. Unfortunately, Edison's theory of a "wet work" electric chair execution proved wrong, resulting in a terribly inhumane and brutal experiment. McElvaine died, but only after a miserable period of torture

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        THE BALLAD OF DEAD MEN'S BAY (Thomas J. Wise Piracy)

      London: Privately Printed, 1889 [1891]. Pirated edition, 18 x 10.5cm (8vo), sumptuously bound in full green levant morocco w/gilt title to fr. cover & spine, blind ruling to covers, raised bands, gilt trim to edges of covers, ornate gilt dentelles, deckle edges, cream ep.s, [i-ii], [1-5] 6-14 [15-20] pp. in original printed buff paper wraps. Produced by T.J. Wise in 1891 using watermarked "J Whatman 1889" handmade paper, this title is listed by Barker & Collins in their "Sequel to an Enquiry" (1983, Appendix 7; see also Dossier S226). According to Wise (Ashley VI 174), only 40 copies were printed; 22 of these have been located in libraries worldwide (4 in the UK, 2 in Canada, & 16 in the USA). In his "Story of a Lie: A Sequel to 'A Sequel'," W.E. Fredeman summed up the controversy surrounding Wise's activities as a pirate & forger: "That none of Wise's honest bibliographer-contemporaries has received such attention is an ironic comment on the perennial fascination of roguery" ("Review" 7 [1985]: p.267). Provenance: Alva B. Gimbel, w/her small decorative bookplate to fr. pastedown. Binding Near-Fine (spine & extremities sl. sunned); contents Fine. Vaughan 4.

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      Published by F. Boegle, Bookseller & Stationer, [1889]. - First edition. 16mo. Original printed grey wrappers, x, 11-158 pp., introductory. Details the mountains, valleys, lakes, rivers, hot springs, deserts, and other wonders of the "Eastern Slope" of the Sierras. Much on mineral and agricultural resources including towns, settlements, mining and reduction works, railways, lumber flumes, pine forests, systems of water supply, great shafts and tunnels, and the many improvements and industries of Nevada. Paher 2221 says "As an introduction to western Nevada for the tourist, the author compiled this handy guide stressing its geographical features and its industries. There is an informative history of the initial Comstock discovery and the "rush to Washoe," other historical events, routes and distances, a directory of western Nevada towns with interesting historical summaries of each, a sketch of Lake Tahoe and its bays, and Nevada's resources, especially mining and agriculture. Once common, this paperback is becoming scarce in the first edition." A tiny closed tear to fore-edge of front cover and a bit of light pencil markings in the margins throughout the text that is easily erasable, else a near fine, tight, clean copy housed in a clamshell case with titles stamped in silver on the spine. Considered rare today. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Journal of H.M.S. Enterprise, on the Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin's Ships by Behring Strait. 1850-55

      London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, ... 1889, 1st Edition. () xi,[1],531pp. Fine. Octavo. Illustrated with 2 plates (one colour lithograph and one photogravure portrait) and 6 coloured folding maps. Bound in original gilt decorated blue cloth. Old bookplate on front paste down. A fine clean copy. AB 3351. Account of the Franklin Search expedition under Sir Richard Collinson in the 'Enterprise,' to search via Bering Strait eastward into Canadian arctic waters. The 'Enterprise' being delayed, wintered in Prince of Wales Strait 1851-2, after exploring around Banks Island. The next season the ship sailed through Dolphin, Union and Dease Straits to winter in Cambridge Bay and explored by sledge around the east of Victoria Island 1852-3, before returning westward to winter in Camden Bay, Alaska in 1853-54, returning home the following season. During the voyage, members of the expedition made observations on meteorology, currents, physiography, flora, fauna, and the Eskimos of Victoria Island..

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      London, David Nutt, 1889.. 2 volumes, 1889, lacks the 2 volumes on notes etc, THE TEXT OF LE MORTE DARTHUR IS COMPLETE. Edited by H. Oskar Sommer, BOUND BY ELSE HOFFMAN MEMBER OF THE GUILD OF WOMEN'S BINDERS. Tall 8vo, approximately 260 x 180 mm, 10½ x 7 inches, a facsimile of page 75 from Lord Spence's copy of Caxton's Morte Darthur,taken in the British Museum on October 10 by CH. Praetorius, pages: x, [3] 1-861, text in old English, bound in full green morocco by Else Hoffman, her monogram and date in gilt on bottom dentelle on lower cover of each volume, gilt lettering between raised bands to spines, gilt lettering to upper covers, inner dentelles have three rules and decorated corners, all edges gilt. Slight rubbing to extremities, spines slightly faded, occasional light foxing to upper margins, very small light stain to edges of a few pages in Volume 2, otherwise a very good handsome copy. See Women Bookbinder's 1880-1890 by Marianne Tidcome. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        Le Morte Darthur. By Syr Thomas Malory. The Original Edition of William Caxton

      London: David Nutt, 1889-91. Hardcover. Fine. First critical edition. 4to. Three volumes of varying thickness, uniformly bound. xviii, 861,(3); 230, 2); 338(2)pp. Recent quarter dark brown crushed morocco, red morocco lettering pieces, gilt, top edges gilt. Cloth boards. Volume One contains the facsimile of Caxton's edition; Volume Two contains Sommer's notes, glossary and bibliography of the Morte d'Arthur; and Volume Three contains Andrew Lang's introductory essay as well as Sommer's notes on the Arthurian sources. FAcsimile of Caxton's page 75 in Volume One. Three folding charts present in Volume Three. A fine set.

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        Camden's Compliment to Walt Whitman, May 31, 1889

      Philadelphia:: David McKay,. 1889.. Very good overall. An anniversary book for a testimonial dinner, a gathering of 200 or so of Whitman's "troops", celebrating his 70th birthday. According to Traubel, who worked very closely with the author, Whitman was very enthusiastic about the volume, saying "For myself I can say I am impressed beyond words. Here is the history of Leaves of Grass-here is the whole struggle told-the long years-all. I never expected to live to see this-never." Slim 8vo, 74pp, frontispiece. Publisher's maroon gilt cloth, with no title at spine. Spine ends only very slightly rubbed, the tiniest white mark at the base of the front board.

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      1889. Boswell, James. BOSWELL'S LIFE OF JOHNSON INCLUDING BOSWELL'S JOURNAL OF A TOUR TO THE HEBRIDES AND JOHNSON'S DIARY OF A JOURNEY INTO NORTH WALES. Edited George Birkbeck Hill. NY: Harper & Brothers, 1889. De Luxe Edition. #33/300 copies. 6 volumes. illustrated with plates, facsimiles of letters, maps, portraits. Oversize 8vo. White buckram over grey paper-covered boards, buckram corners, printed paper spine labels, upper edges gilt. There is some minor shelf-rubbing and soiling on the covers. There is a short split up from the lower edge of the spine on Volume I. The spine label on Volume III is missing the lower corner and has minor damage along one edge. The lower portion of the inside front hinge of Volume III has been mended. One of the folding plates in Volume I has some damage from being carelessly unfolded, a folding plate in Volume III has been torn from being carelessly unfolded. There is overall light toning to the textblock pages due to age, otherwise this is an attractive near fine hardcover set

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        Les Hypogees royaux de Thebes, par M. E. Lefebure. Seconde division - Notices des hypogees; Troisieme Division - Tombeau de Ramses IV

      Ernest Leroux, Editeur. Collectible - Good. Quarto. Leather Hardcover, 1889. . Ex-library with the usual treatments. Seconde Division 191 pp + 74 planches. printed in manuscript format with numerous illustrations throughout.; Troisieme Divison - viii pp. + XLI planches. Bound in quarter leather with marbled boards. Cover shows considerable rubbing along top front joint. Textblock square and upright. Pages clean throughout. Many planches are double-sided, some enfolded. Binding is solid. Tome handles well. Whole tome is nearly 2 1/4 inches thick. Offered by the Antiquarian, Rare, and Collectible department of Better World Books. Your purchase benefits global literacy programs. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Die Baukunst Spaniens in ihren hervorragendsten Werken dargestellt

      Dresden, Gilbers'sche königkiche Hof-Buchhandlung J. Bleyl o. J. [ca. 1889-1898]. 6 Bde. gr.-2°. Mit 187 photogr. Taf. in Lichtdruck u. 7 tlw. doppelbl.-gr. chromolith. Taf. OLn.-Mappen mit Goldpräg. 1 Mappe am Rü. einger. Stellenw. stockfl. 2 Farbtaf. leicht beschäd.

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        From London to Bokhara

      London - Richard Bentley and Son, 1889 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce and fascinating copy of the memoir of the travels of Colonel Augustus le Messurier, author of 'Kandahard in 1879', 'The Game, Shore and Water of India'. 13 plates and 4 plan sections, 3 maps -two of which are in facsimileIn the prologue Messurier writes about travel writing and the Memoirs of fellow travellers: 'In dwelling so long on the particulars of places visited, it is to endorse the fact that there is an interest and a knowledge beyond the mere entry of a name on a map which a traveller only can realize'. Includes plates and maps throughout; 'The maps and sections have been reproduced by Colonel Waterhouse, of the Survey of India; and the sketches have been redrawn by Mr. Jobbings, the superintendant of the School of Art, Calcutta'. Condition: In gilt half morocco binding with marbled boards. Externally, very smart with minor shelfwear only. Internally, firmly bound, bright and generally clean with only the odd spot and some tidemarks to a few pages. Ink inscription to the half title. Two of the three originalmaps have been replaced by copies and the third has been tipped back in. Overall Condition: VERY GOOD..

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        Observations on Some Rare Diseases of the Skin

      London - Smith, Elder and Co, 1889 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce medical text, exploring rare diseases that affect the skin. Presentation copy, with inscription from the author, given to the library of the Birmingham Medical Institute. Featuring four coloured plates to the rear, and a coloured frontispiece. Collated complete. Focusing on Granuloma Fungoides, Erythrasma, A Nodose Condition of the Hair, and Pruritus Hiemalis. Condition: In original cloth binding with gilt lettering to the front board and spine. Externally, sound with light rubbing to the Spine. Corrective fluid to the spine. Front hinge is slightly strained. Bookplate to the front free endpaper. Internally, firmly bound bright, and generally clean, aside from the odd handling mark and occasional spot. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Opus Sadicum. A Philosophical Romance For the First Time Translated from the Original French. With an engraved frontispiece. [Justine]

      Paris: Isidore Liseux, 1889. Limited edition. Cloth. Very Good. No. 32 of 250 copies. This also being a copy that is extra-illustrated with six erotic watercolor illustrations -- these are not printed but instead original. 8vo. viii, 391 pp. Justine in both parts. The original illustrations bring home the naughiness of the work. A few minor close tears to the unevenly cut papers, and some age toning. Otherwise clean and tight. Minor chipping to the paper label on the spine.

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        THROUGH THE HEART OF ASIA: Over the Pamïr to India, translated From the French by C.B. Pitman

      London: Chapman and Hall, Limited, 1889. 2 volumes. First edition. With 250 black and white illustrations by Albert Pépin. 4to, original dark blue-green cloth, spines lettered in gilt with gilt and black ruling, upper covers ruled in black and each bears a pictorial vignette in blue and white, bordered in gilt. xxii, 281; x, 255 pp. A bright and handsome set. IMPORTANT AND RARE FIRST EDITION. The author’s exhaustively illustrated account of his journey westward to look for vestiges of history left in the small societies of Central Asia, a region which he considers a “fascinating” land of diversity: “You find there, in the midst of the dreariest deserts, oases of the greatest fertility, and you come upon towns full of life and animations as you emerge from solitudes upon which a profound silence confers something like grandeur... The traveller, whose mouth is still parched by the brackish waters drawn from the cisterns of the arid steppe, suddenly sees before him rivers with the majestic aspect of an inland sea, the water of which is delightful to the palate. After having wended his way over boundless plains, he reaches the foot of mountains, the peaks of which, rising high into the heavens are barely visible to the naked eye...” A lovely, highly readable book.

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      1889. 2. LANG,ANDREW. BLUE FAIRY BOOK. London: Longmans Green 1889. 8vo (5 1/4 x 7 1/4"), blue cloth, gilt pictorial cover, all edges gilt, spine ends slightly worn and gilt a bit dulled else a tight and VG+ copy. FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING OF THE FIRST TITLE IN THE FAIRY BOOK SERIES! Illustrated by H.J. FORD and G.P.J. HOOD with 138 full page and in-text black and whites.

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        Three Men in a Boat. (To Say Nothing of the Dog.)

      London: J. W. Arrowsmith, , 1889. Octavo. Original blue boards, titles to spine gilt and to upper board in black, publisher's ads to front pastedown and rear endpapers. Illustrations throughout the text. Bookplate of John Needels Chester, catalogue slip tipped-in to front pastedown. Spine rolled and faded, corners bumped, cloth partially toned First edition, later issue with the only first issue point being Simpkin Marshall & Co. in the imprint. Inscribed by the author on the title page, "Yours sincerely, Jerome K. Jerome".

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        Three Men in a Boat (to say Nothing of the Dog). Illustrations by A. Frederics. FIRST EDITION; FIRST ISSUE; FULL MOROCCO

      J W Arrowsmith, Bristol, 1889. 8vo., First Edition, First Issue, with very numerous illustrations throughout; handsomely bound in dark blue full morocco, backstrip lettered and tooled in gilt, illustrations and gilt from original upper board and backstrip preserved on new and separate leaves, a most attractive copy ideal as a gift or for presentation. With 3pp publisher's advertisement at end; original endpapers not preserved. Carter & Sadleir, v6; Muir, 'Points', p.133; Sterling 498. . Catalogs: literature.

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        Essai sur les données immédiates de la conscience (exemplaire de thèse) - ayant appartenu à Pierre Janet

      Félix Alcan 1889 In-8° broché, VIII-182 [2] pages. Couverture imprimée. Précieux exemplaire de la thèse de Bergson en exemplaire de thèse (avec la mention "thèse de doctorat" imprimée sur le premier plat qui ne figure pas sur les exemplaires en librairie ayant appartenu à Pierre Janet avec le cachet gras de sa bibliothèque reproduisant sa signature olographe Très bon couverture souple Edition originale

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        Kultur und Industrie Südamerikanischer Völker ... Text und Beschreibung der Tafeln von Max Uhle

      Berlin: Verlag Von A. Asher & Co., 1889-1890. 2 volumes, folio. (19 5/8 x 14 1/2 inches). 55 plates lithographed by Julius Klinkhardt, including chromolithographs and collotypes. Expertly bound to style in half red morocco over red pebbled cloth covered boards, flat spine in six compartments, lettered in the second and third, the others with a repeat decoration in gilt. An important illustrated ethnographic survey of the art, culture and industry of South America. Stubel and Reiss conducted their groundbreaking scientific research in the fields of mineralogy, geology, archaeology, astronomy and ethnography in South America between 1868-1877. The present illustrated survey is devoted to the ancient (volume 1) and then-present day (volume two) ceramics, metalwork, basketry and weaving of Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru. The superb illustrations are a combination of chromolithographs as well as photomechanical process all by the lithographer Klinkhardt in Leipzig. Palau 323043.

      [Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books]
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        The Nursery "Alice"

      London: MacMillan and Co.,, 1889. Containing Twenty Coloured Enlargements from Tenniel's Illustrations. With Text Adapted to Nursery Readers. The Cover designed and Coloured by E. Gertrude Thomson. Small quarto, pp. [xi] + 56 + [v] + [ii] adverts. Original cloth-backed glazed paper boards, decoration and titles to upper board in colour. Housed in a quarter navy morocco solander case with card queen and king onlay design. Colour frontispiece and illustrations throughout. Boards rubbed, scuffed, marked and tanned, wear to corners and edges, some light spotting to contents, worming to inner part of the lower board and the final two leaves. A good copy. Second (first published) edition, presentation copy, first issue with "price four shillings" on the title page. With the author's presentation inscription on the half-title, "Bessie Slatter, from the Author. Mar. 25 1890". Bessie Slatter was one of Dodgson's former child models: on 2 July 1860 he had first photographed her, then aged 6, at Christ Church, Oxford, and photographed her again (with a guinea pig) probably in 1861. Her father John was vicar of Sandford-on-Thames, 1852–61, and a close friend of Dodgson's at that time. He had a first in mathematics at Oxford, and was an amateur astronomer, meteorologist, and antiquarian. The first printing of this condensed version of Alice was discarded by Carroll in much the same way as its 1865 predecessor. Five hundred copies were sent for issue in the USA, but even these were apparently destroyed. This 1890 printing exists in at least three states, the present example being the earliest.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

      Charles L Webster & Company, 1889. Hardcover. Very Good. Charles L Webster & Company, New York 1889. First Edition / First Printing / First State. Original green cloth binding. Illustrated front board. Gold gilt lettering at the front board and at the spine. Dated 1889 on the title and copyright pages. First State with the "S" like ornament present between "The" and "King" in the caption below the illustration on page 59. Scarce. {ref: BAL 3429}. Book Condition: Very Good, bright front board illustration, shelf wear, bumped rubbed corners, fraying at the spine, two inch tear at the rear outer gutter of the spine, pages lightly age toned with minor spots, paper at the endpaper gutters repaired.

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        A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

      New York: Charles L. Webster. Publisher's brown half morocco over brown pebbled cloth. Marbled text-block and end-papers. Former owner name stamped to margin of one text page (p.47), Edges/corners with light wear, small breaks on three corner tips, else a very bright and clean copy. Pages evenly toned. 575 pp, 2 pp. adv. FIRST EDITION Mixed state: no "s"-like ornament in caption p.59 but with perfect type on p.72. No half title on fly leaf. Publisher's stamp on lower rear end-page indicating book was for subscribers. ....Additional photos available. . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1889. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall.

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        A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

      New York: Charles L. Webster. 1889. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first state: the caption to the image on page 59 reads, "The s King." 575 pp. Hardcover, green cloth with ornate gilt titles and design, 8vo., illustrated by Dan Beard. Very Good copy: small puncture at front board near the last letter of "Yankee,"; blue stamping at front board show slight rubbing, though gilt has remained bright and complete; mild wear and tear to head and foot of spine. Bright, unmarked text; only early tanning to page borders. Sound binding. Protected in mylar sleeve. Previous owner's bookplate at front pastedown and pencil signature at fly leaf. The former owner was William West Durant. Mr. Durant, 1850-1934, was a designer and developer of camps in the Adirondack Great Camp style, including many which are now national historic landmarks. Digital images available upon request.

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        ART FRANCAIS -

      Edition : PARIS, L. BASCHET, 1889 - PUBLICATION OFFICIELLE DE LA COMMISSION DES BEAUX-ARTS - Introduction (Paul MANTZ), La peinture d'histoire (L de FOURCAUD), Le portrait (Maurice HAMEL), Les moeurs et le genre (Gustave GEFFROY), Le paysage (André MICHEL), La sculpture (Henry FOUQUIER), Le dessin (Arsène ALEXANDRE), La médaille (Roger MARX), L'architecture (Louis GORSE), L'estampe (Alfred de LOSTALOT), La caricature (Armand DAYOT) - Demi reliure en cuir noir – Gravures hors texte – 15 eaux fortes, dont 12 pleine page - 56 photogravures, 39 gravures sur bois, 13 reproduction d'architecture, 26 reproductions de médailles (la plus grande partie pleine page) - La page de dédicace imprimée à Paul Mantz est détachée, quelques rousseurs, bords de la couverture un peu frottés - Bel aspect, bon exemplaire 184 pages, 31 cm, Relié. Bon état [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Wild West Coast of New Zealand. A Summer Cruise in the "Rosa."

      London: Thoburn & Co.. Very Good- with no dust jacket. 1889. First Edition. Hardcover. A few 1/4" and 1/8" splits to cloth at ends of spine. Narrow split to gutter at front endpaper. ; viii, 121 pages including frontispiece. Blue-green cloth boards with black floral decoration on front board. Gilt title on front board. Dark green endpapers. Page dimensions: 184 x 123mm. Uncommon. Inscribed on verso of title page: "W J Cole 15th Sept 1892 A Gift By the Author". Includes an account of a visit to the hermit Donald Sutherland's home, and much else of interest: Stewart Island; the coves and sounds of Fiordland; Milford Sound; the Bowen Falls.; 12mo .

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        A History of the Schuylkill Fishing Company of the State in Schuylkill 1732-1888

      Philadelphia: Published by the Members of the State in Schuylkill, 1889. (SCHUYLKILL FISHING COMPANY) First edition. 2 vols., 4to. Illustrated. 446 pp. Press of Bando Printing & Publishing Company. Bound in three quarters brown morocco, gilt-stamped tooling on spine, t.e.g., wrappers bound in, By Whitman Bennett, some soiling internally else, Very fine. Bookplate of William Van Winkle. Bruns S74; Howes M636

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        Facsimile-Atlas to the Early History of Cartography

      Stockholm,: Norstedt, 1889.. Large folio, 510 x 340 mm, with 170 maps on 51 plates, many of them double-page, and a further 84 illustrations in the text; neat library stamps of Forbes Library (Massachusetts); a very good copy in half red cloth over the original brown cloth boards. Original edition of an extraordinary resource: this tremendous book was the first really systematic approach to the study of cartographic history. Altogether 169 of the most important maps printed before 1600 are reproduced here, including the complete contents of the 1490 edition of Ptolemy and finishing with the Flemish and Dutch cartographers of the Age of Discovery.It is an absolutely essential reference work. As Bernard Quaritch pointed out in 1899, offering this and the Periplus (see following item) for ten guineas, it brings together 'all the rare and remarkable maps which have recorded man's growing acquaintance with the form and disposition of the globe. It is a treasury of important maps, many of them so rare as to be practically inaccessible to most students of the subject; as no collector, and no museum however rich and old, could boast possession of all the originals...'.Nordenskiold was himself a great explorer; among other achievements, it was under his command that the Vega made the first complete crossing of the Northeast Passage.Penrose, p.353 ("indispensable"); Phillips, 257; Wright and Platt, 178 ("a monumental contribution to the history of cartography").

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        A Collection of Facsimiles from Examples of Historic or Artistic Book-Binding, illustrating the History of Binding as a branch of the decorative arts.

      Quaritch 1889 Cm. 27,5, pp. 38 (4) + 103 belle tavole in cromolitografia (anche ripiegate). Preservate le brossure originali che mantenevano le 11 parti in cui originariamente era divisa l'opera. Solida ed elegante legatura in mezza pelle con punte, dorso a nervi con titoli e filetti in oro. Piatti marmorizzati. Dorso recente. Esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Celebre ed ormai rara raccolta iconografica che rappresenta e ripercorre la storia della legatura artistica e decorativa europea dal XV. al XVII. secolo.

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      London: Longmans Green & Co., 1889.  First edition, 18 x 12cm (large 16mo), in publisher's dark blue linen w/gilt designs to fr. cover & spine, gilt title to spine, a.e.g., charcoal ep.s, 390 (viii) pp. w/frontis & 7 full-page b&w plates & numerous in-text b&w illus. by Henry Justice Ford & G.P. Jacomb Hood, +16pp. publ. cat. (dated Aug. 1889) to rear, & fr. panel of the dust-jacket tipped in before final ep.  Printed by Spottiswoode & Co., London.  With the armorial bookplate of William John Mercer (signed by A.V. Myott at upper edge) to fr. pastedown.  Binding Very Good (spine darkened w/tips moderately frayed, & hinges starting); contents Very Good (occas. lt. foxing, & a couple of sections sl. proud).  Green 81-82 & 86, Osborne 35.

      [Bookseller: Leonard Roberts, Bookseller]
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        Aus Carmen Sylva's Leben (The Life of Carmen Sylva, Queen of Romania)

      Heidelberg Winter, 1889. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Aus Carmen Sylva's Leben (The Life of Carmen Sylva, Queen of Romania), Natalie Freiin von Stackelberg, Heidelberg Winter, 1889. 296 numbered pages plus two fold out letters. No DJ. Description: Book; green cloth boards with ornate gold devices and black line design with a gold device of the Crown centered on the front board. All edges gilded. Five stiff-board sepia photos bound in with tissue protection, plus two fold-out letters after the text. Gold silk paper endpapers, red ribbon attached. Condition; Near fine. Bright, tight and clean. Free of all marks to the boards and pages except for the bottom, front point which is dinged. Other points lightly rubbed. Gold is solid with not loss of luster to the spine or front panel or all edges. Top and bottom of spine are soft and lightly rubbed, else fine. All photos are fine with complete tissues.

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        Russia in Central Asia in 1889 and the Anglo-Russian Question

      London: Longmans, Green, and Co, 1889 xxiii, 477 p. + 24 p. catalogue of books from Longmans, Green. 23 cm. 2 folding colour maps, 16 full-page illustrations, and numerous b&w illustrations within the text. Blue cloth hardcover with gold impressing. Hinges tender. Some wear to spine ends. Owner's signature on half title. Topics include: Russian railways to the Caspian; Russian designs upon India; observations on Russian character; hostility to Germany and the Germans; Russian feeling towards England, Austria, France; the Anglo-Russian question; merits and demerits of Russian rule; Russian military strength; bravery and endurance of Russian character. The author traces a journey from London to the Caspian, along the Transcaspian Railway; from the Caspian to the Merv; from Merv to the Oxus; Bokhara the Noble; Samarkand and Tashkent.

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      Chicago: Goodspeed Publishing Co. Very Good-. 1889. First Edition. Hardcover. This scarce title has been handsomely rebound in full brown leather incorporating the gilt title from the original binding set into the front cover. Marbled endpaper. Engraved illustrations. This original 1889 text is tight, clean. Paper is fragile, several pages at front & rear of text are age toned & edge chipped. Condition VG-. Biographical & Historical Memoirs (Northeast Arkansas) ; Engraved Illustrations; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 1382 pages .

      [Bookseller: Nick Bikoff, Bookseller]
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