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        The Makers of Florence: Dante - Giotto - Savonarola and their City

      London & New York: Macmillan and Co. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1889. Second Edition; Fifth Printing. Fine Binding. Japanese vellum bespoke binding elaborately decorated with gilt ruling and filigree, gilt-stamped leather pieces appliqued to upper and lower boards, leather gilt spine label, all edges stained red, fabric doublures, in a cloth dust-wrapper and in a matching red cloth slipcase; pp. xx. 422, [2] (ads), frontis, plates, and illustrated in-text throughout, extra-illustrated with 33 albumen print photographs of street scenes of Florence; art works, artists & the monuments of Florence. Book is exquisite, with a gift inscription dated 1892 to the first blank, else fine; the jacket spine sunned; the box sunned as well, and a little dust soiled. An elaborate and gorgeous production.; Extra-illustrated with 33 inserted tipped-in images of street scenes of Florence, art works, artists, the monuments of Florence, etc. A unique -- and spectacular -- copy .

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        DRY-FLY FISHING In Theory and In Practice

      Sampson Low 1889 - First edition, large paper issue deluxe, number 89 of 100 copies signed by the author. Publisher's full green morocco, with gilt ruled borders and lettering to the spine. Top edge gilt, others uncut. A very good copy with some fading and light wear to the spine and edges and the usual offsetting to the tissue guards. Internally fresh, a handsome copy of this lavish production. Twenty six plates mounted on card under tissue guards and a number of text illustrations on India paper. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Weinbau und Kellerwirtshaft [Viticulture and Enology]

      [Geisenhiem, Germany], 1889. Octavo, 270, [4] pages. Table of contents. Illustrated. Manuscript of an unpublished work on grape growing and winemaking, by the principal of the School of Fruit and Wine Growing at Slovenia's University of Malibor. The manuscript is a well-organized treatise on the subject, not a collection of notes, and therefore we believe it is a draft work in progress of an unpublished book. Divided neatly into two sections, the first treats viticulture in general, including planting, soil, roots, grafting, structures for terracing, trellissing, pruning, etc. The second part covers the winemaking process and includes storage equipment - barrels, valves, bungs - the chemistry of fermentation, etc. The pages are uniformly creased to provide neat, wide margins, which have been used for additional notes, and for significant and detailed illustration. Zweifler, a German, was the author of a number of important works on the wines of Germany, Austria and Slovenia, including Lehrbuch des Weinbaues und der Weinbehandlung Für praktische Weinbauern und Kellerwirte, sowie Weinbauschulen. His earliest work, Vrste ameriskih in domacih trt, ki so priporocljive za vinograde na Stajerskem, was published in Gradec, Slovenia in 1905. All of the others were published in Germany. Maribor, location of the University's School of Fruit and Wine Growing is the gateway to the Mariborske and Slovenske Gorice winemaking regions, and home to the oldest known grape vine in the world, the Stara Trta, estimated to be 450 years old. Included in the second part are two tipped-in printed booklets on viniculture: Uber Rotweinbereitung [From the grape to the glass], by Zweifler ([1889] 6 pages); and Betrachtungern uber die Reblaus [Reflections on Phylloxera in the present state of Things. (1889. 20 pages)]. The second has a two page, chromolithographed plate of phylloxera. In patterned-cloth over a brown cloth spine; spine gilt-titled. Binding is edgworn and lightly chipped at the head and foot of spine, otherwise very good. [OCLC locates just one copy of Uber Rotweinbereitung, and none of the Betrachtungern].

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        Girls & Boys Name ABC

      McLoughlin Bros, New York 1889 - Chromolithograph printed paper mounted on board with red cloth spine, wear to edges, corner and spine tips, very light internal soil. A large and wonderful alphabet book printed entirely in color and every page mounted on thick board. Each letter of the alphabet is accompanied by a short verse which utilizes the names of boys and girls, except the letter X which is represented by "Extra! Extra!" after the boys who sell newspapers. Uncommon in this format. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1889

      John Wisden & Co. 1889 - Twenty-sixth edition. Rebound in red/brown boards, with original wrappers retained. A very good copy.

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        The Army and Navy of the United States from the period of the Revolution to the present day : a record of the formation, organization, and general equipment of the land and naval forces of the republic

      Boston : George Barrie & Son, 1889-01-01. Hardcover. Good. 2 volume set. #336 of Deluxe Edition. With 44 hand-colored plates & over 200 mounted india-proof plates within text. Folios. Modern 3/4 leather binding over blue cloth. Fine bindings. Library blindstamps. Marbled end pages. Marginal soiling to plates. Offsetting. The text contains an important roster of all commissioned officers from the Revolution through the Civil War. v. 1. The Army --v. 2. The Navy. Supplement : registers of Army and Navy, 1775-1865, and Navy, 1894. Howes W81. <br> Colored plates in order: Part 1. Army.1. Brigadier-General, Aide-de-Camp and Orderlies, 1776.2. Officers of the French Contingent, 1780.3. General and Staff Officers, 1812.4. General Officers, 1835.Part 2. Army.5. General and Officers of Staff, 1847.6. Generals, 1864.7. Lieutenant-General, 1886.Part 3. Army.8. School of West Point, Mounted and Unmounted, 1889.9. Light Horse, Skirmish of Outposts, 1777.10. Dragoon, 1846.11. Cavalry. Charge of the 5th Regulars at Gaines Mills, 27 June, 1862.12. Captain and Troopers, 1861.13. Troopers Mounted, 1889.Part 4. Army.14. Colonel and Private, First Continental Rhode Island Infantry 1782 to 1796.15. Infantry, 1810 - 1813.16. Infantry and General Officers, 1813 - 1821.17. Officer and Private of Infantry, 1802 - 1810.18. Officer and Private of Infantry, 1832 - 1850.19. Voltigeurs and Infantry. Assault of Chapultepec, 12 September 1847.20. Colonel and Privates of Infantry Volunteers 12th May, 1864.Part 5. Army.21. Infantry, Full Dress, 1872 - 1881.22. Field Equipment, 1892.23. Field Batteries, Malvern Hill, 1862.24. Horse Artillery, 1865. Going into Battery: Skirmish before Petersburg.Part 6. Army.25. Field Artillery. Major Ringold directing the operations of his Battery, Palo Alto, May 8, 1846.26. Engineers, 1892. Inspection in Barracks.Part 7. Army.[no coloured plates]Part 8. Army.27. Commissary Department: Baggage Train, July 21, 1861.28. Quartermaster's Department. Train of Pack Mules attacked by Mexican Cavalry, 1847.29. Inspection at Proving-Ground. 12 inch Howitzer on Canet Carriage, 1892.Part 9. Navy.30. Rear Admiral, Captain and Ensign, 1865.31. Privateer Schooner, 1813.32. Privateersmen, 1777.33. Letter-of-Marque, 1779.34. Frigate, 1812.35. Captain and Boat's Crew, 1813.36. Commandant and Warrant Officers, 1805. Signing of the Treaty by the Dey of Algiers.37. Officer and Privates of Marines, 1830. Execution of Deserter.38. Marines, 1847.Part 10. Navy.39. Sinking of the "Alabama," June 11, 1864.40. Unarmored Cruisers, stripped for action.41. General Quarters; Gun Practice, 1891. Lieutenant and Seamen, Service Dress; and high-powered breech-loading six inch rifle.42. Navy Department. Ante-Chamber of the Secretary, Washington, 1893.43. Unamoured Cruiser, 1890.Part 11. Navy.44. Designing Room in the Navy Department, 1893.

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        L'hypnotisme et les états analogues au point de vue médico-légal. Préface par M. le Dr P. Brouardel. Deuxième édition, revue et augmentée

      1889 - [8]-XV, [1], 583 pp. Paris, E. Plon, Nourrit, 1889, in-8, [8]-XV, [1], 583 pp, demi-basane bleu nuit à la bradel, couvertures conservées, Seconde édition, revue et augmentée, de ce traité sur l'hypnotisme initialement publié en 1887. Élève de Charcot, Georges Gilles de la Tourette (1857-1904), démontre que les rapports entre l'hystérie et l'hypnotisme sont très étroits : pour s'inscrire dans la pensée de son maître, il introduit ici les termes de grand et petit hypnotisme, en pendant à la grande et à la petite hystérie de Charcot. Outre l'hypnose, l'ouvrage traite de plusieurs phénomènes tels que le magnétisme et le somnambulisme. Il aborde également les thèmes des suggestions criminelles, cabinets de somnambules et sociétés de magnétisme de spiritisme. Gilles de la Tourette suit la ligne initiée par les travaux de Charcot pour qui "un individu hypnotisable est souvent un hystérique, soit actuel, soit en puissance, et toujours un névropathe, c'est-à-dire un sujet à antécédents nerveux héréditaires susceptibles d'être développés fréquemment dans le sens de l'hystérie par les manoeuvres de l'hypnotisation", comme le rapportent Gilles de La Tourette lui même, et Paul Richer dans l'article "Hypnotisme " (Dictionnaire encyclopédique des sciences médicales de 1887). Following Charcot, p. 139 et suiv. Caillet II, 6188. Cachet ex-libris du Dr Carrier de Lyon. Les 7 pages de la table des matières (pp. 577-583) ont été reliées en tête d'ouvrage, à la suite de la préface. Feuillets jaunis ; néanmoins, bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        SERMONS ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS. VOLUME I ONLY

      Washington DC: Rev. A. Binga , 1889. Hard Cover. near Very Good binding/no dust jacket. Reverend Anthony Binga Jr., the son of escaped slaves who fled to Canada, returned to the States to teach in the Reconstruction era South. As pastor of the First Baptist Church in Richmond for forty seven years, he supported the African American community and bolstered educational opportunities as well. Professor J. E. Jones was a slave until Lee surrendered. He went on to get his degree and teach at the Richmond Theological Seminary, premier school for African American Baptist preachers in the 19th century South. Both Jones and Binga are important individuals who courageously fought prejudice and lack of opportunity to help their community thrive in a new chapter in American history. This copy has sound binding with very slight superficial separation of front hinge at title page; small (1/4

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        Types et Uniformes: L'Armee Francaise Vol I & II (First Edition)

      Paris: Boussod, Valadon & Cie, 1889. First Edition. First Edition. Half bound in red leather with gilt text to the spine. Very Good no dust jacket as issued. Worn overall, with bumping bruising to the corners of each board and light toning overall.

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        Catálogo de la Biblioteca Chileno-Americana de Ramon BriseÅ„o

      Santiago de Chile: Imprenta Gutenberg, 1889. First edition. Cloth. Small tear to upper rear joint else a very good copy, spine sunned, ends worn, boards rubbed.. frontis, xvi, 373 pp. Number 8 of only 60 copies. Inscribed by Alberto [?] Gana to Carlos Luis Hübner, Chilean poet, and signed by Hübner. Portrait frontis of Briseno (1817-1910), director of the Biblioteca Nacional. Includes a short biography and introduction plus 8982 entries of which 7574 are Chilean, the remainder from the other Americas. Scarce. OCLC shows six copies. Palau 179804. Jones 1406.

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        The Ballad of Dead Men's Bay.

      Printed privately. 1889 Half title. Uncut in orig. drab paper wrappers, sewn as issued. FINE. In sl. rubbed half morocco slip-case. 14pp.5 copies only on Copac; 2 copies recorded at auction since 1976. Wise 91; Carter & Pollard, p.290; Barker & Collins, pp 226-27. One of ten pamphlets exonerated by Carter & Pollard in An Enquiry ... but 'now condemned as forgeries'. Described by Wise as being uniform with The Bride's Tragedy (1889), Barker & Collins conclude therefore that both are certainly piracies and possibly forgeries.

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        The Complete Angler, or the Contemplative Man's Recreation

      1889. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1889. Limited Edition. Both volumes of the this two volume set are in near fine condition in 3/4 light brown morocco and marbled paper covered boards with five raised bands on the spines with gilt tool work and gilt text in the six compartments. The end sheets are of a matching marbled paper. One of only 500 copies printed with this copy identified as number 5 on the copyright page. With an introduction by James Russell Lowell. Illustrated with two frontispiece portraits of the authors and etchings throughout by Halrow, Absalon and Inskipp as well as vignette engravings within the texts. 455 pages followed by an index. An extremely beautiful set with no prior ownership markings or book plates.

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        Lectures Before the Thompson Street Poker Club

      New York: White and Allen. (1889). First. Third edition(?). Pictorial reddish brown cloth boards stamped in black and gold. All edges gilt. Illustrated. Edition is unclear but the ads in the back indicate a fourth edition is in preparation, the logical conclusion being that this is at earliest a third edition. Spine edges a bit frayed but otherwise a sound, near fine copy. Anonymously written by Henry Guy Carleton, this copy Inscribed by the author: "To my well beloved friend and austere manager, I inscribe my little work. Henry Guy Carleton. Boston Sept 5th 91." A farce about a lecture series on poker instituted by a predictably comic group of black gamblers, the somber demeanor of the participants belied by their ludicrous speech and activities. Carleton performed the same tender mercies for New York City's Chinese immigrant population with a similar book: Lectures Before the Mott Street Poker Club. This is one of the most famous books of racist humor, uncommon in any edition, and especially so signed by its anonymous author. .

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        1889 Manuscript Commonplace Book

      Started in December 1889 this is a very attractive leather bound Everyday book with original Manuscript Prose and Poetry by the author and original Artwork, the book has the initials G.H.L. on the cover, the first page of poetry is signed George H. Lougrigg, with other pieces signed F. Roberts, C.W.H., E.M.H., C.E.D, and others containing original Poetry, A prose work titled "The Legend of God's Providence House Chester", another titled "A Legend of Chester", a tale titled "The Blue Posts Inn", paintings titled Luccombe, Isle of Wight, Wall Pulpit in the Refectory in Chest Cathedral, A bit of Canterbury, off the Whip's Cross Road Leytonstone, a Painting of an Angel titled "Who shall roll us away the Stone", a painting of a farm woman by Jo Wright, Chester from the Fords, and a Prose piece titled "The Curfew at Chester", Prenton Village, Dalmally in Scotland, a Sketch at Highgate, The Bells of Kilgrimol, Parkgate 1896, a Wizard, a poem signed W.H.L Hoole Chester, and more. the book measures 8.25 inches by 7 inches approx., with forty five used pages, the rest remaining unused the covers are showing some wear with general edge rubbing to the leather, a noticeable blackened stain to the spine, split to leather along rear spine edge else binding in good solid condition, contents in nice condition

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        The Jersey Coast and Pines An Illustrated Guide-Book (With Road-Maps) (cover title): Kobbe's Jersey Coast and Pines

      Short Hills: Gustav Kobbe. 1889. First. First edition, variant issue with "Compliments of the Laurel House, Lakewood, N.J. See Page 86." embossed in gilt on the front board, as per the publisher, apparently one of a number of copies prepared for this hotel. Red cloth titled in gilt. 108pp., illustrated, five color maps. Two owner signatures on front free endpaper, light rubbing to the spine, else a fine, bright copy. Scarce in this condition. .

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        The American Game of Base-Ball, according to the National Playing Rules for 1889: How It Is Played ("Chadwick's Base Ball Manual")

      Philadelphia 1889 - First edition. Pulp publication, 12mo. in color illustrated wrap-around wrappers featuring a play at second base and ornately designed borders featuring 19th century catcher's mask, fingerless gloves, crossed bats. 64 pp. Wood engraving portrait of Chadwick and diagrams of a ball field. A tight, cleam example, with just very minor chipping at the tips and spine ends, one of the nicest copies were have encountered in over 40 years involvement with baseball books. Baseball history, rules and playing instructions by the "Father of Baseball", Hall of Famer and first American sportswriter, Henry Chadwick. Among many accomplishments, Chadwick is credited with inventing the boxscore, scoring rules and was the major journalistic proponent of the game from it's pre-professional infancy through the early 20th century. Interestingly, the final ten pages of the book deal with lotteries, specifically advertising the Louisiana Lottery. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court By Mark Twain [pseud of Samuel Clemens]

      NY, C. L. Webster, 1889. First Edition. Hard Cover. xiv, [15]-575 pages, illus.; 22 cm. First edition, variant issue: no half-title; without the s-like ornament on p. 59; no broken type at p. 59. BAL 3429. Bound in green cloth with gilt, blue-gray & black device on front cover. Very good. Stock#OB545.

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        Blick auf Zürich (vom See her). Gouache auf Papier.

      91 x 85 cm, 102 x 95 cm, schön gerahmt, Rückseitig mit altem Etikett: Otto Baumberger, Blick auf Zürich. Eine wunderbare Ansicht von Zürich, schöner als die Wirklichkeit! Baumberger, Otto (1889 - 1961). Grafiker, Bühnenbildner, Maler, Zeichner und Illustrator. Vertreter des Schweizerischen Expressionismus. Erneuerer der Plakatkunst. Professor an der ETH Zürich. Nach den üblichen Schulen und einer Jugend in kleinbürgerlichen Verhältnissen in Zürich-Altstetten bricht Otto Baumberger eine Textilzeichnerlehre und Ausbildung zum Lithografen in einem Zürcher Handwerksbetrieb vorzeitig ab. 1908-1911 Studienaufenthalte in München an der Staatlichen Kunstgewerbeschule und Königl.-Bayerischen Akademie für Bildende Künste, anschliessend in Berlin, London und Paris, wo er die Akademien Colarossi und Grande Chaumière besucht. 1910 erste Teilnahme an einer Ausstellung der Zürcher Kunstgesellschaft. 1911 Lithograf an der Grafischen Anstalt J. E. Wolfensberger, Zürich. 1912 Heirat mit Hanni Manz, 1918 Geburt der Tochter Gertrud, im selben Jahr Trennung. 1913 erneute Reise nach Paris, Auseinandersetzung mit Expressionismus und Kubismus. Nach Ausbruch des Ersten Weltkriegs Rückkehr in die Schweiz. 1920 Reise nach Berlin, durch Empfehlung von Max Reinhardt Engagement als Bühnenbildner am Deutschen Theater (1920 Urfaust, Regie Max Reinhardt) eine Daueranstellung schlägt Baumberger aus. 1922 Hilfslehrer an der Kunstgewerbeschule Zürich. In der Folge breites Betätigungsfeld: intensive Plakatproduktion für verschiedene Kunden, Buchillustrationen, Briefmarken, Wandmalereien, Mitarbeiter beim Nebelspalter und am Zürcher Stadttheater, wo er unter anderem 1923 die Bühnenbilder für Hoffmanns Erzählungen von Jacques Offenbach sowie 1933 für Lohengrin von Richard Wagner baut. 1927 Heirat mit der Grafikerin Johanna Pulver, 1929 Geburt von Sohn Rudolf Caspar. 1929 erneute Reise nach Paris zusammen mit Oscar Lüthy und Walter Kern, Auseinandersetzung mit der abstrakten Malerei. Auf Anregung von Otto Salvisberg erhält Baumberger 1932 einen Lehrauftrag an der Architektur-Abteilung der ETH Zürich für das neue Fach Beziehung der Farbe zu Bau und Raum und wird 1947 zum ausserordentlichen Professor ernannt. Ab 1935 intensive Auseinandersetzung mit der Anthroposophie. Mitarbeit an der Schweizerischen Landesausstellung 1939 in Zürich: Wandbild mit Darstellungen aus der Schweizer Geschichte in der Abteilung Heimat und Volk sowie Bilder in der blauen Ehrenhalle. Ab 1943 neben grossen Erfolgen als Plakatgestalter vermehrt Auseinandersetzung mit christlichen Themen sowie der Weltliteratur (Faust, Divina Commedia, Don Quijote, Simplicius Simplicissimus, Ulenspiegel, Wilhelm Tell, Grimms Märchen) in Illustrationen und Malerei. 1949 Ausstellung zum 60. Geburtstag im Kunsthaus Zürich, die alle Sparten seines Schaffens vereint. 1959 Ausstellung in der Graphischen Sammlung der ETH. Im Alter von 72 Jahren stirbt Otto Baumberger in seinem Heim in Weiningen.Werkwürdigung:Die Wertschätzung, die dem Grafiker, vor allem dem Plakatgestalter, Otto Baumberger entgegengebracht wird, hat sein malerisches Schaffen in den Hintergrund gedrängt. In beiden Disziplinen lässt sich keine geradlinige Entwicklung feststellen ein Nebeneinander von verschiedenen Stilen ist für Baumbergers Werk kennzeichnend. Dies hat die Literatur zum Teil als Problem, zum Teil aber auch als Ausdruck von grossem handwerklichen Können beurteilt. Zu Beginn seiner künstlerischen Arbeit ist Baumberger in erster Linie dem Expressionismus verpflichtet. In den grafischen Blättern mit gesellschaftskritischen Themen nähert er sich inhaltlich wie stilistisch George Grosz und Otto Dix an. Zusammen mit Fritz Pauli, Otto Morach, Hermann Huber und Ignaz Epper gehört Baumberger zu den wichtigsten Vertretern des Expressionismus in der Schweiz. Baumbergers Grafik und Plakate stehen ab 1910 hauptsächlich in der Tradition des Jugendstils, wie sie beispielsweise von Théophile Steinlen geprägt wurde. Ab 1915 übernimmt Baumberger Elemente des Art Déco, in den 20er Jahren der Neuen Sachlichkeit. Bemerkenswert ist, mit welcher Leichtigkeit er diese Stilrichtungen adaptiert. Seine Fähigkeit, eine bildliche Botschaft prägnant zu formulieren und zur Wirkung zu bringen, weist ihn als grosses Talent in der grafischen Gestaltung aus. Zudem beherrscht er praktisch alle Techniken der Grafik: Er ist ein hervorragender Lithograf, hat aber auch Holzschnitte und Radierungen geschaffen zudem ist er ein guter Zeichner und bedient sich der Feder, des Bleistifts, der schwarzen Kreide und des Farbstifts mit der gleichen Selbstverständlichkeit. Um 1918 tauchen in seinem Plakatschaffen auch Exemplare mit symbolhaften Verkürzungen auf, zum Beispiel Jecklin, Baumann und Schweizer Woche, alle von 1919, sowie PKZ von 1925. Daneben haben in seinem Schaffen stets traditionelle Plakate, beispielsweise Schloss Kyburg von 1918 und Schöllenen-Bahn von 1919, ihren Platz. Zu zweifelhafter Berühmtheit gelangt ist sein Plakat von 1920, auf dem er mit einer karikaturhaften, bebrillten und maskulin gekleideten Frau für ein Nein zum Frauenstimmrecht warb. Als Klassiker des Schweizer Plakatschaffens gilt hingegen das Plakat Marque PKZ von 1923 mit seiner detailgetreuen Wiedergabe eines Herrenmantels mit aufgeschlagenem Kragen. In Plakaten zur Zeit des Zweiten Weltkriegs, zum Beispiel für das Rote Kreuz, bricht mit den aufrüttelnden Bildern von Verletzten und Hungernden Baumbergers expressionistischer Stil wieder durch. Bis ans Lebensende bleibt dieses Nebeneinander von verschiedenen Ausdrucksweisen bestehen. Otto Baumberger empfand seine Tätigkeiten sowohl im Bereich der angewandten als auch der freien Kunst, die er in seinen Schriften ungleich höher bewertete, immer als Konflikt, den er nicht zu lösen vermochte.Werke in folgenden Sammlungen: Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Plakatsammlung Zürich, Graphische Sammlung der ETH Kunsthaus Zürich. Lexika: AKL, KLS, SKL, Vollmer.KLS Künstlerlexikon der Schweiz. XX. Jahrhundert. (SIK, Zürich)

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        The Bright Array

      New York: Biglow & Main , 1889 book is tight with no markings, contents in great copy, boards have considerable rubbing with bumping at corners. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. 24mo - over 5" - 5¾" tall.

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        Farbige Decorationen.

      Ernst Wasmuth, 1889-1896., Berlin, - L&#146;ensemble renferme 160 magnifiques planches lithographiées en couleurs, dont 39 à double page numérotées double. Cachets de la bibliothèque de la Kunstgewerbeshule Wien, annulés.Très rare ensemble complet de toutes les planches, y compris la 77a, imprimée. Livres Rarissimes petites déchirures marginales sans manques, sinon superbe exemplaire. Reliure en maroquin vert sapin à encadrement, couvertures des chemises originales incrustées au centre des plats, dos lisse muet, rubans en fermoirs, [Rel. moderne]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A rebours (troisième mille).

      G. Charpentier et Cie, Editeurs, 1889. Modeste demi-toile bleue, titrage à l'or au dos, avec coquille "A reburs". Pâles rousseurs - cf photos. Intérieur frais.

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        Poetical Works, The

      London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1889 - "How do I Love Thee? Let me Count the Ways"Elizabeth Barrett Browning Handsomely Bound by Root & SonBROWNING, Elizabeth Barrett. The Poetical Works. In Six Volumes. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1889-90. Hand-Made Paper Edition. Limited to one hundred and twenty-five copies.Six octavo volumes (8 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches; 226 x 149 mm.). xx, 306; [ii], vi, 287, [1, blank]; viii, 293, [1, blank]; [ii], vi, 294; [ii], vi, 290; [ii], 393, [1, list of illustrations] pp. Nine engraved plates mounted on India Paper including five portraits and four views (including Coxhoe Hall, the Birthplace of Mrs. Browning). Additionally there is an inserted plate "Mays Love" Facsimile of Mrs. Browning's Handwriting (volume four, facing page 279).Handsomely bound ca. 1900 by Root & Son (stamp-signed on verso of front end-paper). Three-quarter olive green morocco over green marbled boards, decoratively ruled in gilt. Spine with five raised bands, elaborately decorated in gilt with an elaborate floral design and lettered in gilt in compartments. Matching marbles end-papers, top edge gilt, others uncut. The olive green has uniformly and attractively faded to a wonderful autumnal shade. A fine and very appealing set.Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861) was one of the most prominent English poets of the Victorian era, popular in Britain and the United States during her lifetime. In the 1830s Elizabeth was introduced to literary society through her cousin, John Kenyon. Her first adult collection of poems was published in 1838 and she wrote prolifically between 1841 and 1844, producing poetry, translation and prose. She campaigned for the abolition of slavery and her work helped influence reform in the child labor legislation. Her prolific output made her a rival to Tennyson as a candidate for poet laureate on the death of Wordsworth. Elizabeth's volume Poems (1844) brought her great success, attracting the admiration of the writer Robert Browning. Their correspondence, courtship and marriage were carried out in secret, for fear of her father's disapproval. Following the wedding she was indeed disinherited by her father. The couple moved to Italy in 1846, where she would live for the rest of her life. They had one son, Robert Barrett Browning, whom they called Pen. She died in Florence in 1861. A collection of her last poems was published by her husband shortly after her death. Elizabeth's work had a major influence on prominent writers of the day, including the American poets Edgar Allan Poe and Emily Dickinson. She is remembered for such poems as "How Do I Love Thee?" (Sonnet 43, 1845) and Aurora Leigh (1856).The London bindery of W. Root & Son consistently turned-out excellent work, both on fine bindings as here, and on trade bindings and sets. Packer lists the firm in business in Red Lion Square in 1899-1901, and the December 1942 issue of The Rotarian notes with regret that W. Root had been bombed out (uprooted?) of their premises on Paternaster Row during the 1941 Blitz.

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        THE COMPLETE ANGLER Or the Contemplative Man's Recreation [&] THE PRACTICAL FLY-FISHER More Particularly for Grayling or Umber (A Treatise on Flies and Fly-Hooks)

      John C. Nimmo, 1889. - Rebound by Ramage in continuous green morocco embellished with fish and fly devices stamped in gilt on spine and at corners of boards, top edge gilt, gilt tooled inner dentelles in marbled endpapers (some light scuffing at edges of spine - otherwise an attractive binding of the popular work). Pp. xv + 445 + 16, illus with coloured and b&w plates and wood engravings in text (some light spotting on fore-edge and prelims; no inscriptions). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        FARMACOPEA-FORMULARIO UNIVERSAL 1889. 3 TOMOS, Obra Completa.

      - Madrid. D. Carlos Bailly-Bailliere. 1889. 24X16. 3Vol, 1vol, XX+784Pág. 2vol, 675Pág. 3vol, XX+784Pág. Gran Farmacopea Formulario Universal. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dictionnaire universel d'histoire et de géographie = (Kamûs ul-a'lam : Tarih ve Cografya Lugati ve Tabir-i Esahla Kaffe-i Esma-i Hassayi Camidir). [ Text in (Arabic) Ottoman Turkish ]. (Complete set in 6 volumes).

      Constantinople (Istanbul), Mihran Imprimeur, 1889 - 1898 [1306-16 ]. 6 vols. Half leather. Together ca. 4800 pp.; 24.5x17 cm. - (ex-libris stamp on endpapers, paper browned, some pages professionally restored) Although very good set in fine bindings. See picture. More pictures on request.

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        Fencing. Boxing. Wrestling (Badminton Library)

      1889. First Edition . (SPORT) POLLOCK, Walter H. Fencing. Boxing. Wrestling. London: Longmans, Green, 1889. Large octavo, original three-quarter navy morocco gilt rebacked, top edge gilt, uncut. $1650.Limited large paper first edition, number 54 of only 250 copies, of this generously illustrated guide to three sports of combat: fencing, boxing and wrestling.Henry Somerset, eighth Duke of Beaufort, conceived of the ""Badminton Library"" (named after his principal country house, not the game) as a comprehensive series of instructional guidebooks, presenting history, rules and strategic hints for pastimes popular among Victorian England's aristocracy. Each chapter boasts expert commentary, accompanied by copious pictures and drawings. Published between 1885 and 1920, ""the books provide a rich source of information on the growth and development of sport during the late 19th century in Britain, and are highly sought after by collectors"" (Nauright &amp; Parrish, Sports Around the World, 33). This volume includes illustrated instructions on fencing technique from simple attacks to parries and feints; boxing steps and punches; and explanations of such wrestling ""chips"" as the Hank, the Cross-Buttock and the Cross Click. Illustrated with 42 full-page plates. Front board gilt-stamped with Beaufort coat of arms. Occasional light foxing. Binding with light expert restoration. Extremely good condition.

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        The Johnstown Flood Photograph Album

      Photo album containing original photographs of the aftermath of the Johnstown flood. Limp morocco covers, stitched linen leaves with photos laid on. The album contains 49 photos. In very good condition with some wear to the covers. The Johnstown Flood occurred on May 31, 1889, after the catastrophic failure of the South Fork Dam on the Little Conemaugh River 14 miles upstream of the town of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The dam broke after several days of extremely heavy rainfall, releasing 16 million tons from the reservoir. With a volumetric flow rate that temporarily equaled that of the Mississippi River, the flood killed 2,209 people and caused US$17 million of damage. The American Red Cross, led by Clara Barton and with 50 volunteers, undertook a major disaster relief effort. Support for victims came from all over the United States and 18 foreign countries. After the flood, survivors suffered a series of legal defeats in their attempts to recover damages from the dam's owners. Public indignation at that failure prompted the development in American law changing a fault-based regime to strict liability.

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        Apology for the Life of Mr. Colley Cibber

      1889. CIBBER, Colley. An Apology for the Life of Mr. Colley Cibber, Written by HimselfÂ… London: John C. Nimmo, 1889. Two volumes. Quarto, early-20th century full dark green morocco gilt, raised bands, top edges gilt, uncut. $1800.Limited later edition of CibberÂ’s celebrated memoir of his life in the theater, number 229 of 305 copies, beautifully bound by Riviere &amp; Son.“The most influential theatrical personage” during much of the first half of the 18th century in England, Colley Cibber “achieved notable success as an actor and as a comic playwrightÂ… The sprightliness, variety and individuality of his work, aided by his ability to create effective roles for leading members of the Drury Lane company made many, if not most, of his comedies consistently ‘good theater.” First published in 1740, CibberÂ’s Apology offers a valuable “account of the [English] drama from 1660 to the time in the [1730s] when the old Drury Lane company of actors finally disppeared” (Baugh et al., 885-86, 1035). With 26 mezzotints in double suite and 18 etchings. In addition to the “Apology” itself, this edition also includes James WrightÂ’s “Historia Histrionica” (1699) and Anthony AstonÂ’s “Brief Supplement” to CibberÂ’s Lives of the Actors (1747). Also published in a limitation of 20 copies on Japan vellum. Spines uniformly toned to brown, a few spots of foxing to fore-edge. A fine copy, beautifully bound.

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        Götzen-Dämmerung (Twilight of the Idols)

      C. G. Naumann, Leipzig (1889) First edition, first state. One of 500 copies(?) in wrappers of an overall edition of 1000. Restoration to spine, miscellaneous creasing to covers with scattered markings, internally clean and sound - overall a nice copy to be owned with pride*** NIetzsche's remarkable attack on the "ugly" Socrates, Christianity, and the general moral landscape of his day. The origin of the oft quoted, "That which does not kill us makes us stronger". An important and scarce work by the genius philosopher who continues to perplex and enlighten.

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        Adolf Hitler von Gott gesandt. Gedichte von Friedel Schlitzberger

      Vollständige Ausgabe im original Verlagseinband (Steifumschlag / Broschur / Kartoneinband im Format 8vo 15,5 x 18,5 cm) mit dekoriertem (NS.-Hoheitszeichen) Deckeltitel, 19 Seiten, mit Druckvermerk / Widmung: "Dem Führer in tiefster Verehrung". - Aus dem Inhalt: Dem Führer - Einig und stark durch Adolf Hitler - Ganz im Banne des edlen Führers - Der sterbende SA-Mann - Die alte Marthe will den Führer hören - Zu Adolf Hitlers Geburtstag (am 20. April 1889 Braunau) - Des Führers Geburtstag - Der Tag der erwachenden Nation). - Der Gedichtband enthält insgesamt acht Gedichte, z.B.: ("Ganz im Banne des edlen Führers"): "Wer einmal in Hitlers Hitlers Augen geschaut, / Der hat Vertrauen auf ihn gebaut. / So leuchtet seinen Seele. / Wer einmal nur seinen Worten gelauscht, / der ist in festem Banne, - berauscht. / So sehr klingt seine Stimme. / Doch wessen Hand seine Hand gedrückt, / Der bleibt zeitlebens innig beglückt. / So herzlich ist sein Fühlen." - Erstausgabe, EA, Auflage in sehr guter Erhaltung (Stempel auf Titelblatt "Eigentum des Vereins Aratora", sonst sehr gut). - Deutsches / Drittes Reich, deutsche Dichtung / Personenkult im Nationalsozialismus, nationalsozialistische Lyrik, NS.-Schrifttum, Adolf Hitler im Gedicht, Führerhuldigung, Führerkult, Führergedicht, Preisgedicht auf Adolf Hitler, der gottgesandte Führer, Führerverehrung in Mitteldeutschland, NS.-Schrifttum, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut

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        Ramoneur, Le

      Paris: A. Capendu, 1889 - A Very Rare Transformation BookFeaturing A Chimney Sweep[TRANSFORMATION BOOK]. DELCOURT, Pierre. Le Ramoneur. (The Chimney Sweep). Librairie Enfantine Illustrée, Original Paris: A. Capendu, editeur, [ca. 1889].Small quarto (8 1/2 x 6 3/8 inches; 216 x 162 mm.). Ten unnumbered pages, four with green silk 'pulls' to operate a colored lithograph flap which changes the center of the colored lithograph picture.Publisher's quarter red cloth over boards. The front cover is of glazed pale blue boards with a full-size color picture of Jack the Chimney Sweep, the rear board is of tan boards with a central and corner designs printed in black. The endpapers have been expertly replaced, otherwise fine.The movable plates:1. Jacques se trouve à califourchon sur la cheminée2. La voiture improvisée chavra3. Le petit Bob aux champs4. L,âne jeta bas son cavalier (there appears to be a printed date of 1889)According to OCLC and KVK there are no copies in libraries and institutions worldwideChimney cleaning (sweeping) is a very old occupation, as old as the chimneys themselves, but it was not until the 18th century that chimneys became large enough for a man to pass through, giving birth To the typical image of the chimney sweep that developed during the industrial revolution . In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in Western Europe, the construction of gables in staircases became common in order to allow easy access to the chimney. With the increase of the urban population, the number of chimney houses increased and the chimney sweep became more respected and sought after, although he is sometimes ridiculed by worms, ballads and pantomimes .In the Victorian era in the United Kingdom, the profession was known for the use of young boys thin enough to sneak inside the chimneys to clean them from the inside. They were nicknamed the climbing boys . The work was dirty and risky, and their employers had a reputation as exploiters. The same was true in France, where, traditionally, chimney sweepers were mostly young Savoyards who had gone from their country under the guidance of an elder to work in the big cities. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Shorter (Minor) Poems of...

      Limited edition, one of 135 copies, this copy not numbered, small folio, xx, 124 pp. 12 etched plates with tissue guards, with the signature of A.H. Palmer, the artist's son who edited this work, to the half title and a list of reviews in his hand overleaf. Original gilt titled vellum, some light soiling, very good.Loosely inserted is a bookseller's letter detailing how he bought this volume, along with another one inscribed to A.H. Palmer, in auction in the early 1990s.

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        Complete Works

      1889. RUSKIN, John. Complete Works. New York: John Wiley &amp; Sons, 1889. Twelve volumes. Octavo, contemporary three-quarter black calf gilt, marbled boards, endpapers, and edges gilt. $2000.Handsomely bound 1889 edition of the works of Ruskin, whose writings on art and architecture defined Victorian aesthetic sensibilities, illustrated with numerous full-page and in-text wood-engraved drawings and reproductions of paintings. Handsomely bound.""Great nations write their autobiographies in three manuscripts: the book of their deeds, the book of their words and the book of their artÂ… Of the three the only trustworthy one is the last."" Writer, critic, and artist, John Ruskin was the chief influence upon public taste in Victorian England. Includes Modern Painters, The Stones of Venice, The Seven Lamps of Architecture and others. A handsome set in fine condition.

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        Wild and Weird Tales of Imagination and Mystery

      Ward, Lock, and Co., London 1889 - Original brown cloth, spine lettered gilt, decorative stamped black border to spine and cover. Preface by the editor Campbell. "An omnibus of Victorian sensational supernatural fiction, set in Russia, Italy and England, involving ghosts, diabolism, death portents, even a werewolf. Rousing full-blooded stuff, lurid and unsubtle but quite entertaining. A major collection of its kind." - Robert Knowlton. "These three books were issued simultaneously in a popular cheap format and were also published together as an omnibus under the Wild and Weird banner." - Sullivan, The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural (p. 67). Book Condition: Fair to Good: The textblock, including free endpapers, is firm but detached from the cloth binding. Noted collector's namestamp to ffe back. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire de la bête du Gévaudan, véritable fléau de Dieu, d'après les documents inédits et authentiques

      Rare first edition of this work on the mysterious question of the Beast of Gévaudan.Small clear stain to foot of spine. Chez l'auteur Saint-Martin-de-Boubaux 1889 9,5x14cm broché

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        Types et Uniformes: L'Armee Francaise Vol I & II (First Edition)

      Paris: Boussod, Valadon & Cie, 1889. First Edition. First Edition. Half bound in red leather with gilt text to the spine. Very Good no dust jacket as issued. Worn overall, with bumping bruising to the corners of each board and light toning overall.

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        Pigsticking

      London - Harrison and Sons, 1889 Book. Hardcover. First edition.. An instructional work on boar hunting. A lovely copy of this sought after work. Illustrated throughout with drawings by the author. 25 plates throughout. The first edition of this work. Written by Lieutenant General Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell, a British army officer. His work Scouting for Boys inspired the ScoutMovement and he wasthe founder and firstChief Scout of The Boy Scouts Association and founder of the Girl Guides. Condition: In a full cloth binding with gilt stamping to the spine. Externally, excellent with minor bumping to thehead and tail of spine. and a few spots to the front board. Internally, firmly bound. Several gatherings remain uncut at the foredge. Pages are bright andgenerally clean throughout. Overall:NEAR FINE..

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        LE DISCIPLE.

      1889 - Paris, Lemerre, 1889. Grand in-12 (169 X 189) demi-maroquin orange à large coins, filets dorés sur les plats, dos cinq nerfs filetés, caissons dorés ornés aux petits fers, date dorée en queue, tête dorée sur témoins, plats de la couverture conservés (reliure de l'époque) ; (2) ff. de faux-titre et titre, XII-364 pages, (1) f. d'achevé d'imprimer, (1) f. blanc. Petit manque angulaire au second plat conservé de la couverture. ÉDITION ORIGINALE. UN des 15 EXEMPLAIRES numérotés sur JAPON (n°5), paraphés par l'éditeur. Avec " Le Disciple ", dont le thème lui fut inspiré par un fait divers, Bourget affirme l'entière responsabilité des maîtres à penser, y compris pour les erreurs de leurs disciples et jusqu'aux interprétations abusives qui pourraient être faites de leurs thèses. Cet ouvrage qui s'ouvre sur une préface-manifeste adressée à la jeunesse française dénonce le triomphe du septicisme, du positivisme scientifique et le déclin des valeurs fondamentales. Sa publication, l'année même de la célébration du centenaire de la Révolution, donna lieu à de vifs débats intellectuels. SÉDUISANT EXEMPLAIRE. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

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