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        How the Other Half Lives: Studies Among the Tenements of New York.

      New York. Charles Scribner's Sons. 1890. - First Edition with matching dates of 1890 on the title and copyright pages. Also with "Trow's Printing and Bookbinding Company New York" printed at the bottom of the copyright page. With illustrations chiefly from photographs taken by the author. With 45 illustrations and all 18 half-tone photographic illustrations present. Also included are two full page drawings(plans) of "The General Plan of the Riverside Building (A.T. White's) in Brooklyn; and the floor plan of one division in the Riverside Buildings, showing six "apartments." A significant literary exposŽ and muckraking work, focusing on slum life and living conditions in the late 1880's in New York City. Cited as one of the first literary works to use half-tone photographic reproductions. A small volume (7.75" x 5.5"), "How the Other Half Lives" is bound in a finely woven dark blue cloth spine stamped brightly in gold; and oatmeal-colored paper-covered boards printed in red and stamped with drawings of huddlled children and the tenements in which they live. Heavy edge-rubbing and wear to the boards; heavy fraying and tearing to the top and bottom of the spine ends. The front and rear hinges have been reglued. Overall, a good plus copy of this scarce book with all 18 photographic half-tones present. Scarce. First Edition with matching dates of 1890 on the title and copyright pages. Also with "Trow's Printing and Bookbinding Company New York" printed at the bottom of the copyright page. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Story of the Gadsbys [sold with]: Wee Willie Winkie and Other Stories

      Allahabad: A.H. Wheeler & Co, n.d. [1888]; and [1890] - First published in 1888, when Kipling was 23 and working in India for The Civil and Military Gazette, Lahore, these two volumes contain stories written for periodicals. They were published in the "India Railway Library" series (No. 2 and No. 6. respectively) by A.H. Wheeler at Allahabad, and went into several editions. Kipling left India for London the following year. At the bottom of the first title is stamped "A.J. Combridge & Co., Bombay". THE STORY OF THE GADSBYS conforms to the first issue of the front wrappers in two of the three relevant issue points (the mountains appear to be retouched, as per the second issue; however, the heart shape in lower left corner (not touching the border) and absence of the "Mayo Art School, Lahore" slug beneath the imprint, are both points which conform to the first issue, indicating a possible unrecorded intermediate issue (see Richards, p. 90). WEE WILLIE WINKIE conforms to Stewart's description of the third Indian Edition (made up of three thousand sheets printed for the first English edition) First edition of The Story of the Gadsbys, later [intermediate?] issue (see details below); probable Third Indian Edition of Wee Willie Winkie. Together, 2 vols vols., 8vo. 4 leaves, pp. [1], 2-12, [13-102], [4] leaves; with inserted insurance ad [Gadsbys]; 4 leaves, pp. [9]-96 [Winkie]. Each in original greyish-green printed wrappers. Spine of first title worn and chipped, upper wrapper detached; outer corners of second title wrapper missing else fine. Despite the usual wear and soiling to fragile wrappers, both are otherwise very good, in chemise and half blue morocco slipcase. Bookplate of Arthur Haysworth Masten on inside front wrapper of each title. Stewart 32 and collector David Alan Richards} unpublished bibliography, p. 90 ; 56 (note) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Butterflies of India, Burmah and Ceylon. A descriptive handbook of all the known species of rhopalocerous Lepidoptera inhabiting that region, with notices of allied species occurring in the neighbouring countries along the border; with numerous illustrations. COMPLETE 3-volume set of ORIGINAL edition (not a reprint).

      Calcutta Central Press Co., Ld. 1882-1890 - Quarto. (de Niceville was sole author of vols. 2 & 3; Vol. 4 on the Papilionidae never published). Total of 3 chromolith plates and 28 collotype plates. Vol. 1 (1882-1883, originally published in 2 parts, cover wrapper of Part 2 bound in: Danainae, Satyrinae, Elymniinae, Morphinae, Acraeinae): vii + 327 p., chromolith frontis & collotype plates 1-17. Vol. 2 (1886, Nymphalinae, Lemoniidae, Libythaeinae, Nemeobiinae; cover wrapper bound in): [i] + 332 p., collotype frontis & collotype plates 18-24. Vol. 3 (1890, Lycaenidae; cover wrapper bound in): xii + 503 p., chromolith frontis & pl. 25, collotype plates 26-29. [Heavy item, requires extra postage] Good condition. Uncolored plates clean. Internally clean and unmarked, aside from an occasional penciled marginal notation and penciled owner's name and provenance, inked library stamps on title pages and bookseller's marks on endpapers. Reflects over 100 years of shelf wear, with scratched covers (that hardly show against the background), bumped corners and usual wear to edges and spine. Vol. I first signature loose. Vol. 2 tipped-in frontis & original wrapper detached, top of back joint/spine with small chip missing, signature of plates loose. Vol. 3 bound-in front wrapper marginally chipped, 2 cm tear on inner margin of frontis caption page, both chromoliths with minor foxing, front joint separated for 13 cm at top & 5 cm at bottom. Hardcover. Contemporary quarter leather over mottled boards, gilt titles on spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fantaisies. Caran d'Ache, Courbon, Gerbaul, Godefroy, Guillaume.

      Bachet, 1890 ca., Paris, - 4 albi in un volume in-4° (315x234mm), pp. 46; 54; 44; 45; legatura moderna m. tela avana e angoli con titolo oro su tassello in pelle al dorso. Piatti marmorizzati. Conservate le raffinate copertine editoriali illustrate a colori, alcune delle quali disegnate da Jan Van Beers. Bellissima e rara raccolta di albi in nero e a colori di alcuni dei più famosi caricaturisti francesi della Belle époque, tutti editi negli ultimi anni del secolo XIX. L'assieme è così composto: 1) Fantaisies. Caran d'Ache. Courboin. Godefroy. Guillaume. Deuxième édition. Paris, Baschet, 2) Album Forain. Avant-propos de Maurice Talmeyr. Paris, Plon, (1896). 3) Album Mars. Mesdames les cyclistes. Paris, Plon. L'albo è una garbata satira delle donne cicliste. 4) Rires et grimaces par Forain, Caran d'Ache, Pille, Willette, Godefroy, Guillaume, Fau. Paris, Librairie d'Art Ludovic Baschet, s.a. Particolare spicco tra gli illustratori hanno Caran d'Ache (Emmanuel Poiré, 1859-1909), Eugène Courboin (1851-1915), Godefroy (Auguste Viollier, 1862-1903), Albert Guillaume (1873-1942), Mars (Maurice Bonvoisin, 1849-1912), Henri Pille (1844-1897), Fernand Fau (1858-1919). Bellissima raccolta esente dal minimo difetto.

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        Madonna. Handgeschnitzte und handbemalte Madonna wohl aus England um 1890.

      . Schöne handgechnitzte große Madonnenfigur mit blauem Sternenmantel und goldener Krone. Wohl aus England aus dem ausgehenden 19. Jahrhundert. Unten mit eingelassener Marke *Entirely hand carved*. Gesamthöhe 74 cm, maximale Breite 24 cm, maximale Tiefe der Grundplatte 16 cm, Gewicht 5000 Gramm. Schöne handgeschnitzte Arbeit mit rot-gold-blauer Bemalung. Auf dem linken Arm mit montierter Schraube, offenbar trug die Madonna in ihren Händen ein Jesukind, das hier fehlt. Die Figur mit kleinen Bereibungen und wenigen kleinen Farbabplatzungen - insgesamt von guter Erhaltung. ( Hier leider wegen der Größe kein Versand, hier nur Selbstabholung ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

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        Sign of Four

      London Spencer Blackett 1890 - First Edition In Book Form DOYLE, A[rthur] Conan. The Sign of Four. London: Spencer Blackett, 1890. First edition in book form, second issue, with foot of spine reading "Griffith Farran & Cos Standard Library." Octavo (7 7/16 x 5 inches; 188 x 127 mm). [4], 283, [1, blank] pp. Frontispiece by Charles Kerr, with tissue guard. With the numeral "138" on the contents page incomplete and reading "13," as usual, and with "wished" appearing as "w shed" on p. 56, line 16. Original dark red fine-ribbed cloth blocked in black with front cover and spine lettered in gilt. All edges uncut. Dark brown coated endpapers. Minimal wear to spine extremities. A pinhole in the cloth of the spine and corners a bit bumped and rubbed. Front inner hinge repaired with some new paper. Overall a very nice copy. Housed in a custom full red morocco clamshell. The second Sherlock Holmes story after A Study in Scarlet. At the time, it received only moderate success, but after the publication of the stories in Adventures and Memoirs its popularity soared. Originally titled "The Sign of the Four; or, The Problem of the Sholtos," this early Sherlock Holmes mystery was first published in Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, Philadelphia, February 1890, and was first published in book form that October in London. The plot concerns Holmes’s investigation into the murder of Bartholomew Sholto, his search for Jonathan Small and the Agra treasure, and Watson’s romance with Mary Morstan. Green and Gibson A7a.i. HBS 65675. $7,500 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Island Of Hiawatha Plate 30

      Toronto 1890 - English railway engineer, went to Canada in 1868, where he did not pursue engineering, but became a representative for the Sanborn Company which published fire insurance plans. From 1875 Goad began to compile and publish his own large-scale plans of Canadian towns from a base in Montreal, and soon became the largest private mapmaker in Canada. By 1885 Charles Goad had returned to Britain and established a branch in London. Goad?s highly detailed plans included information on property holdings, building construction, use and contents, and, like Sanborn?s, functioned as Fire Insurance Plans. Once leased to an insurance company the map volumes were regularly updated by a team of workers who over-pasted sections with new information onto the existing maps, some of them building up to many layers. Goad?s business rapidly expanded to cover the cities and industrial areas of Britain, Denmark, France, Egypt, Turkey, Venezuela, Bermuda, Mexico and South Africa. After his death the company was run by his three sons. Copyrights and assets of the Canadian branch of the company were sold to The Underwriter?s Survey Bureau in 1931., Size : 435x690 (mm), 17.125x27.125 (Inches), Hand Colored

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        TOPSY TURVY

      1890 - New York: J. S. Ogilvie, n.d. [1890]. 1 page preliminary ads plus 2 pp terminal ads. Original dark blue-green cloth. First American Edition (and first edition in English). This is the sequel to Verne's "Moon" books of many years earlier: quoting from the preliminary ad leaf, this is the story of~How the Americans bought the North Pole and planned to change the axis of the Earth, making the Arctic regions bloom like the Tropics, by the explosion of a stupendous cannon.~This tale is a good example of Verne's growing cynicism: whereas in the 1870s he has the Baltimore Gun Club using its gigantic cannon to explore the moon, here the club has purchased land in the Arctic so that they can reap huge profits when that land becomes tropical.~"Topsy Turvy" appeared in English in the January 19, 1890 issue of New York World -- at the same time that newspaper's famous reporter, Nellie Bly, was attempting to beat Phileas Fogg's record time around the world. It was at some point soon thereafter that this Ogilvie edition (No. 183 of "The Favorite Series") with ten illustrations was published (the wrappered version, in Ogilvie's "Fireside Series," is dated January 1890 on its wrapper). Sampson Low's British edition, THE PURCHASE OF THE NORTH POLE, was not published until December of that year (with twenty chapters; both the original French edition and Ogilvie's edition have twenty-one).~This copy is clean and unworn -- fine except that the endpapers have damage from overzealous erasure. As always, the text paper itself is browned and brittle -- as Ogilvie produced as cheap a book as it could. This is quite an uncommon Verne volume. Taves & Michaluk V035; Myers 53. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Scouting For Stanley in East Africa

      CASSELL PUBLISHING COMPANY, NEW YORK 1890 - First edition. Black and white illustrations. Heavily soiled cover. Ex library. General wear and rubbed cover. Tight binding. No bookplate. DATE PUBLISHED: 1890 EDITION: FIRST ED 288 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Man with a Secret. A Novel.

      London: F. V. White & Co., 1890 - 3 volumes, octavo. Original blue sand-grained cloth, titles to spines gilt and to front boards in orange, with decorative roll blind to front boards, and publisher's insignia blind to rear board, patterned endpapers. Near-contemporary (1900) ownership inscription. Corners bumped, spines rolled and a little dulled, a few minor marks to covers, tanning to early and late leaves and a few spots to edges. Still a very good set. First edition, first impression, of one of the earliest novels written by author of The Mystery of the Hansom Cab. Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        John Call Dalton MD U.S.V

      The Riverside Press, Cambridge, Mass. 1890 - PRIVATELY PRINTED LIMITED EDITION. Modern dark brown full calf mottled binding. Tissue guarded frontispiece of the author. TEG. 101 pages. Minor age toning to the pages. The books is divided into 3 chapters: In Washington with the Seventh, the Expedition to Port Royal, The Sea Islands and Fort Pulaski. The end of the last chapter states: " Here the manuscript ends unfinished" There then follows a one page synopsis of the author's service with the Union Army. He was commissioned Brigade Surgeon of Volunteers by President Lincoln, August 1861. He served as Surgeon in Chief to General Viele's command in South Carolina; Medical Inspector of the Dept.of the South and as Chief Medical Officer on Morris Island, South Carolina. The next page shows a chronological history of Dalton's military history. Privately printed limited edition of a very RARE Civil War medical memoir. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A.H. Wheeler & Co.'s Indian Railway Library. No.1: Soldiers Three. No.2: The Story of the Gadsbys. No. 3: In Black and White. No.5: The Phantom Rickshaw. No.6: Wee Willie Winkie. (Indian editions, bound with original wraps)

      A.H. Wheeler & Co., Allahabad 1890 - Quarter red cloth with marbled boards, rubbing to edges, light wear to corners, light foxing to endpapers, inscription to front endpaper. Some light patches of foxing to text, outside margin of two pages in Soldiers Three have slight damage from a label (appears to be an original binding flaw). Original wraps priced at 1 Rupee are bound in with all issues, and have varying degrees of damage - most have small sections of loss to edges and/or corners, rear cover of Soldiers Three has a large section of loss, rear cover of Wee Willie Winkie has a hole to the centre. All issues are the fourth Indian edition published in 1890 (this includes Soldiers Three, despite it stating Second Indian Edition to the title page). This edition used the same sheets as the first English Edition, pagination is the same as the English edition but some of the ads are omitted. Each of these titles had a total Indian issue of 3000 copies. Roberts notes that the fourth Indian edition did not sell well and some copies are known to be stamped to the cover margin in purple ink: 'To still further popularize this Celebrated Series the price is reduced to Eight Annas per volume.' This is stamp is present to front wrappers of all issues in this collection. A rare group of Indian editions, including the sought after 'Phantom Rickshaw', a collection of supernatural tales. Hardback. Printed pages: 93, [3] + [8], 85, [3] + 96 + 104 + 96 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Her Majesty's Navy, including Its Deeds and Battles, Volumes 1-3 bound in S ix Parts

      J. S. Virtue & Co., Limited, 1890, - LOW, Charles Rathbone, Lieut. Her Majesty's Navy, including Its Deeds and Battles, Volumes 1-3 bound in Six Parts. With coloured illustrations by W. Christian Symons and W. Fred Mitchell. L; J. S. Virtue & Co., Limited, n.d. [ca 1890?]. Vol. 1, Div I: pp. [8] leaves of plates, including illustrated title page, (2), [1]-176, (4); Div. II: pp. [7] leaves of plates, (2), 177-348, (4); Div. III: pp. [8] leaves of plates, (2), [1]-180, (4); Div. IV: pp. [7] leaves of plates, (2), 181-352, (4); Vol. II, Div. V: [8] leaves of plates, including illustrated title page, (2), [1]-180, (4); Vol. III, Div. VI: pp. [8] leaves of plates, including illustrated title page, (2), 181-352, (4), (26), being the table of contents, illustration lists and repeat (but unillustrated) title pages of the three volumes, (4). With forty-six splendid colour plates of naval officers and crew, ships and a number of other nautical themes, most plates with tissue guards intact. 4to, Part 1 bound in pebbled black cloth, Parts 2-6 (ex-libris Admiral Pullen, RCN) bound in pebbled navy cloth, red titles and single line red boarder to front, gilt titles to spines, bevelled edges, a.e.g. Beginning with England's first naval victory against the Danish fleet in the year 885, during the reign of King Alfred, Charles Rathbone Low sails through British naval history, describing the superior military power of the Royal Navy during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Exploratory ventures into the Americas, and the many military confrontations that resulted are well covered. Lord Nelson's illustrious career, culminating at the Battle of Trafalgar, is discussed in detail. The final chapters give a general view of the British Navy's position as a "highly complex machine" as the nineteenth century drew to a close, but consensus was that there was an urgent need for the building of bigger and faster ships, with major improvements to armaments and an increase in the number of competent British seamen to man those vessels, in order to keep the country's shores secure for the future. Spine ends and corners bumped, some with small chips to the ends, Parts 3 & 6 with fraying to the top of the spine, slight dampstaining to a few of the boards, cloth lightly rubbed, sporadic smudges to the margins of several of the plates, not affecting the images, a stray foxed spot here and there, else a handsome set. for the set 1,500.00 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Philae.

      Cairo, J.P.Sebah, ca.1890, albumen print, 34,5 x 26,4 cm, rubberstamp signed, titled and numbered (1114) on front. Picture shown is part of the image. KEYWORDS:egypt / philae

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        Life of Robert Browning

      London: Walter Scott. 1890. First. First edition. Corners a bit bumped, light wear and tear at the spine ends, a couple of light pencil notes in the text in an unknown hand, a sound and attractive, very good copy. Inscribed by the author: "To Miss Agnes Hall from her friend The Author. Rome 1890-91." With the bookplate of Radclyffe Hall and her companion Una Troubridge. An interesting copy. We could find little of Agnes Hall but that she was a correspondent of W.B. Yeats. How the book transferred from Agnes Hall to Radclyffe Hall and Troubridge is unknown. Sharp embodied some feminine consciousness of his own, writing several books under the pseudonym, Fiona MacLeod. .

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        Port Tarascon Dernières aventures de l'illustre Tartarin

      Paris, E. Dentu 1890 - Livre d'occasion 23,7 x 16 cm, demi-maroquin rouge à coins, dos à nerfs, caissons ornés, filets dorés sur les plats, tête dorée, couv. et dos cons.,étui (Devauchelle), 4 f. n. ch., 392 pp. Réf. bibliographiques : Talvart & Place IV, p. 25. Condition : Edition originale illustrée de dessins de Bieler, Conconi, Montégut, Montenard, Myrbach et Rossi. L'un des 50 ex. num. du tirage de tête sur Chine (outre 75 ex. sur Japon), le nôtre le n°1 paraphé par l'éditeur. Exemplaire parfaitement établi par Devauchelle. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        TOM TARTAR

      W. Lucas, London 1890 - Burrage, (Edwin) Harcourt (1839-1916). Quarter black leather over plain dark blue boards. Gilt stamped spine title. Original illustrated wrappers bound-in. Complete numbers 1 through 17. 544pp. Extra Coloured frontispiece & Title page added [W. Lucas as Publisher], n.d. [c. 1890]. With Full colour poster page of Robin Hood & Little John preserved at the end. Very Rare example of this early penny dreadful in about very good antiquarian condition. A rare complete run. Penny Dreadful [Dime Novels were the American version] was a term applied to nineteenth century British fiction publications, usually lurid serial stories appearing in parts over a number of weeks, each part costing a penny. The term, however, soon came to encompass a variety of publications that featured cheap sensational fiction, such as story papers and booklet "libraries." The Penny Dreadfuls were printed on cheap pulp paper and were aimed primarily at teenage boys from the working class, though there is some evidence that many girls read them as well. Penny Parts The penny part stories got underway in the 1830s, originally as a cheaper alternative for the working class adults, but by the 1850s the serial stories were aimed exclusively at teenagers. The stories themselves were reprints or sometimes rewrites of Gothic thrillers such as The Monk or The Castle of Otranto , as well as new stories about famous criminals. Some of the most famous of these penny part stories were The String of Pearls (which ostensibly introduced Sweeney Todd), The Mysteries of London (inspired by the French serial, The Mysteries of Paris) and Varney the Vampire. Highwaymen were popular heroes. Black Bess or the Knight of the Road, outlining the largely imaginary exploits of real-life highwayman Dick Turpin, continued for 254 episodes. Working class boys who could not afford a penny a week often formed clubs that would share the cost, passing the flimsy booklets from reader to reader. Other enterprising youngsters would collect a number of consecutive parts, then rent the volume out to friends. Penny Dreadfuls In 1866, Boys of England was introduced as a new type of publication, an eight page magazine that featured serial stories as well as articles and shorts of interests. It was printed on the same cheap paper, though sporting a larger format than the penny parts. Numerous competitors quickly followed, with such titles as Boy’s Leisure Hour, Boys Standard, Young Men of Great Britain, etc. As the price and quality of fiction was the same, these storypapers also fell under the general definition of Penny Dreadfuls (also known as Penny Bloods or Blood and Thunders in their early days). American dime novels were edited and rewritten for a British audience. These appeared in booklet form, such as the Boy’s First Rate Pocket Library. Frank Reade, Buffalo Bill and Deadwood Dick were all popular with the Penny Dreadful audience. Half-penny Dreadful In the mid-1890s a publisher, Alfred Harmsworth, decided to do something about what was widely perceived as the corrupting influence of the Penny Dreadfuls. He issued new story papers, The Half-penny Marvel, The Union Jack and Pluck, all priced at one half-penny. At first the stories were high-minded, moral tales, reportedly based on true experiences, but it was not long before these papers started using the same kind of material as the publications they competed against. A.A. Milne once said, "Harmsworth killed the penny dreadful by the simple process of producing the ha’penny dreadfuller." Legacy Two phenomenally popular characters to come out of the "Penny Dreadfuls" were Jack Harkaway, introduced in the Boys of England in 1871, and Sexton Blake, who began in the Half-penny Marvel in 1893. Blake soon took over the lead spot in Union Jack and appeared in roughly 4,000 adventures, right up into the 1970s, a record only exceeded by Nick Carter and Dixon Hawke. Harkaway was also popular in America , and had many imitators. Over time, the Penny Dread [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Panorama.

      ca. 1890, albumen print in 5 parts on folding mount, 134,5 x 17,7 cm. KEYWORDS:birma / mandalay

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        Panorama in 4 parts.

      ca. 1890, albumen print, 106 x 21 cm, on mount. KEYWORDS:sweden / stockholm

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        Brooklyn Bridge, Panorama in two parts.

      ca. 1890, albumen print, 48,5 x 21,8 cm, photograph no 2002. KEYWORDS:united states / new york

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        Panorama of the Harbour in two parts.

      ca.1890, albumen print, 54 x 20,3 cm, mounted. Two small pieces lacking at the middlepart. KEYWORDS:aden / yemen / arabia

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        (Panorama) Vista general de la Alhambra y Sierra Nevada.

      Granada, Garzón, ca. 1890, albumen print in two parts, 55,3 x 21 cm, photograph no. 2101. KEYWORDS:spain / granada

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        Napoli. Panorama preso dal Vomero.

      Milano, Edizone Brogi, ca. 1890, extra large photograph, 54,3 x 40,8 cm, photograph no. 5110. Repaired tear at right upper corner. (Picture on web - site part of the image). KEYWORDS:italy / napoli

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        Panorama of the Harbour in two parts.

      ca.1890, albumen print, 45,4 x 18,8 cm, on mount. KEYWORDS:aden / yemen / arabia

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        EXEMPLAIRE IMPRIMÉ SUR PAPIER JAPON]. Au pays des Cannibales. Voyage d’exploration chez les indigènes de l’Australie orientale 1880 – 1884. Ouvrage traduit du norvégien avec l’autorisation de l’auteur par V. & W. Molard contenant 154 gravures et 2 cartes.

      Paris, Librairie Hachette et Cie, 1890 - Gd in-8° ; XII-499 pp.-2 cartes h.-t. dont 1 couleur in-fine, demi-velin, dos à nerfs, filets or, fleurons or, p. de titre, tête dorée, couvertures grises imp. noir de l’éditeur conservées, rel. moderne, très bel exemplaire. Australian Dictionary of Biography, t. V, p. 109. Chadenat, 627. Ferguson, t. VI, 11773. Édition originale de la traduction française. Tirage : L'UN DES TRÈS RARES EXEMPLAIRES IMPRIMÉS SUR PAPIER JAPON. Envoi manuscrit signé de l’auteur : « À monsieur Ch. Schiffer souvenir amical de l’auteur ». FIRST FRENCH EDITION. LARGE PAPER (JAPON). VERY NICE COPY. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Voyage en Grèce. 1889 Notes et impressions.

      Librairie des bibliophiles Paris 1890 - 4to, 156 pp., 26 plates, original wrappers (lightly soiled), some light browning, a very good copy. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Ethiopie meridionale. Journal de mon voyage aux pays amhara, oromo et sidama, septembre 1885 a novembre 1888.,

      Paris, Ancienne Maison Quantin, 1890 - 3 Bll., 520 S., 1 Bl. Mit Porträt-Frontispiz, 13 Profilen, 191 tls. ganzs. Textabb. und 1 (davon 1 farb.) doppelblattgr. Karten Einband etwas fleckig und berieben, Bindung etwas gelockert. - Henze I, 299 f. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550

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        Histoire Générale des Alpes Maritimes ou Cottiènes et particulière de leur Métropolitaine. Embrun. Chronographique et meslée de la séculière avec l'eclésiastique divisée en cinq parties abondantes en diverses belles curiosités. Tome 1,2 et 3

      Jouglard,Imprimeur, 1890. Moderne demi-chagrin Oeuvre monumentale indispensable à la compréhension de l'histoire des Hautes-alpes. Complet. Belle reliure moderne dos cuir rouge et titres dorés.

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        Galerie Contemporaine des Illustrations Francaises

      Paris: Paul de Lacroix. [1890]. First. First edition. Eight volumes (complete). Folios. Original red half morocco, titled and decorated in gilt and marbled papercovered boards. A bit of rubbing to the boards and the corners a bit bumped, some foxing in the margins, but not affecting images, a handsome, near fine set. Superbly illustrated with 265 mounted photographs: 62 full-page portraits, 65 medallion portraits, and 138 reproductions of paintings and sculptures. The portraits include wonderful images of Baudelaire, Rossini, Clemenceau, Alphonse Daudet, and many others by Carjat; as well as portraits of Gustave Dore, Edmond de Goncourt, Ferdinand de Lesseps, Baron Taylor, Georges Sand, Gounod, Louis Figuier,and others by Nadar. Other portraits include: Edmond About, le Duc d'Aumale, Theodore de Banville, Bartholdi, Sarah Bernhardt, Louis Blanc, Champfleury, Puvis de Chavannes, Francois Coppee, Corot, Gustave Droz, Alexandre Dumas, Gustave Eiffel, Octave Feuillet, Victor Hugo, Rouget de l'Isle, Jules Janin, Alphonse Karr, Cardinal Lavigerie, Emile Littre, Pierre Loti, Louis Pasteur, Ernest Renan, Thiers, Ambroise Thomas, and Emile Zola. Galerie Contemporaine was a weekly revue that ran from 1876 to 1885. .

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        PHOTOGRAPH OF AN OTTOMAN ODALISQUE IN HAREM DRESS

      Circa 1890's, Constantinople - A late 19th century photograph measuring approximately 11 X 5 5/8 inches; the mount is approximately 14 X 11 inches. The photograph is Near Fine, a stunning portrait with excellent tones and fantastic detail. The mount shows traces of soiling and handling to the front and back, worn corners, and some small pieces of paper stuck along the upper edge. The previous owner wrote their personal information in ink on the lower left corner of the mount: "Return to J.L. Heaton, 1025 Bushwick Ave, Brooklyn" and has further written "A Turkish Odalisque in Harem Dress." An odalisque was a female slave in an Ottoman seraglio. They would serve as an assistant or apprentice to the wives and concubines, and might in time rise in status to become one of them. Most odalisques were part of the Imperial Harem, which is to say, the household of the Sultan. The likelihood that the woman in the portrait was part of the Imperial Harem is quite clear, given the people who took the photograph. The bottom right hand corner shows the signature of Sebah & Joaillier. Pascal Sebah (1823-1886) was a leading photographer in Constantinople, selling images of the city, ancient ruins in the surrounding area, portraits, and local people in traditional costumes to tourists. Sebah's son, Johannes (Jean) (1872-1947) then became involved in the business when he was only 16 years old. Jean grew up to become a talented photographer in his own right, but to profit from his father’s fame, he signed his photographs J. Pascal Sebah. In 1888, Jean formed a partnership with a Frenchman, Policarpe Joaillier, and thereafter the studio was known as Sebah & Joaillier. The firm of Sebah & Joaillier was named the official photographer of the Sultan, and at his command took photographers all over his empire. Given the time period, the woman in the portrait would have been in the household of Abdul Hamid II, 34th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire - the last Ottoman Sultan to rule with absolute power. His reign fell within a period of decline, during the waning years of the Ottoman Empire. The odalisque is seen in contemporary costume, seated amidst a rug and cushions. The decorated walls, the hookah, and the smoke-filled room are all evocative of the Orientalist style. While both Princeton and the Library of Congress have large collections of Ottoman photographs from this time period, many specifically taken by this firm, the collections mainly highlight the modernization of the Empire, featuring images of architecture, technological advancements, harbors, and the military. Rare indeed are images of this nature, depicting a woman of this station in an environment which was forbidden to all but a few select individuals. (Wheatcroft, LOC, PUL).

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        Sammlung von 77 meist zoologischen Tafeln aus "Naturgeschichte des Tier-, Pflanzen- und Mineralreichs in kolorierten Bilder".

      Schreiber,, (Esslingen, 1890 - (Esslingen, Schreiber, um 1890). Folio. Neuer HLdr.-Bd. mit goldgepr. Rückentitel "Tiere der Erde". Die 77 kolorierten Tafeln wie folgt: 30 Vögel (3 Bl. im Rand geklebt und gebräunt, 1 Tafel mit restaurietem Seitenrand, 2 Tafeln im Rand geklebt). 10 Fische (1 Bl. mit Eckausriss ohne Bildverlust, 1 Bl. mit restauriertem Seitenrand). 1 Schlangen (mit restauriertem Seitenrand). 27 Säugetiere (ca. 8 Tafeln mit geklebten Einrissen, 3 Tafeln mit restauriertem Seitenrand). 2 Weichtierte und Würmer (Seitenränder geklebt). 2 Giftpflanzen und Pilze (Seitenränder geklebt). 4 Schmetterlinge (Seitenränder geklebt). 1 Insekten und Krebse (Seitenränder geklebt). Neuer HLdr.-Bd. mit goldgepr. Rückentitel "Tiere der Erde". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HEDDA GABLER

      Skuespil.København: Gyldendalske, (1890) - First Edition (but for Heinemann's U.K. edition of the required dozen copies, issued only to secure copyright) of the classic drama, internationally acknowledged as one of the highspots of world theater. Although Ibsen was, of course, Norwegian, the First Edition was published in Danish. A lovely, certainly better than very good copy, presented in a custom clamshell box. A highly sought after, much valued and extremely scarce collectible. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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        HEDDA GABLER. Skuespil I Fire Akter.

      Kobenhavn Copenhagen: Gyldendalske Boghandels Forlag F. Hegel & Son 1890 - First edition (preceded only by the 12 copies issued in London to secure copyright). Publisher’s original green cloth with elaborate decoration in gilt and black to the upper board and spine. All edges gilt. A stunning fine copy, the boards beautifully clean and bright. The contents without inscriptions or stamps but with a small oval leather bookplate, titled in gilt to the front pastedown. A lovely copy. Printing and the Mind of Man. (PMM 375.) Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les derniers vers. Des Fleurs de bonne volonté, Le Concile féerique, Derniers vers. Edités avec toutes les variantes par MM. Edouard Dujardin et Félix Fénéon.

      Paris, Edition Dujardin-Fénéon 1890 - Livre épuisé 24,5 x 17 cm, demi-maroquin brun à coins, tête dorée, couv. et dos cons, étui (Semet et Plumelle), 297 pp. Réf. bibliographiques : Carteret II, 502, Clouzot, 175. Condition : Edition en grande partie originale dont le tirage fut limité à 57 ex. sur souscription. Magnifiquement établi par Semet et Plumelle. 300g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lover or Friend?

      London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1890. - Home Life or Work Life?The Eternal Question for WomenThe Victorian AnswerCAREY, Rosa Nouchette. Lover or Friend? In Three Volumes. London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1890. First edition. Three octavo volumes (7 1/8 x 4 1/2 in; 180 x 113 mm). [4], 324; [4], 310; [4], 309, [1] pp. Publisher's original half brown cloth over patterned cloth boards. Gilt lettered spines. Publisher's original design gray printed endpapers. Spines very slightly cocked, otherwise fine.OCLC/KVK record only nine copies of the first edition in library holdings worldwide. ABPC has no auction records for any edition of Lover Or Friend? as far back into the past as 1923.A prime example of "safe fiction" for girls of the 19th century, which is to say highly conservative with an emphasis on the domestic duties of women, which take precedence over all other considerations and responsibilities.A very popular novelist in her time but now long forgotten, Rosa Nouchette Carey's ambition was "to try to do good and not harm by my works, and to write books which any mother can give a girl to read" (as cited by Black, Notable Women Authors). As such, the question Lover or Friend? - a suggestive title suggesting more than it delivers - aims at the latter, safely navigating the young female reader away from potential indelicacies to rest ashore a pure land not without its own difficulties, and it is there that the book still speaks to women stepping into the modern world yet fettered to the old, and frustrated. Juggling the roles of wife, mother, and working woman remains as much a daily struggle for women in 2011 as it was in 1890, though Carey's answer, concentrate on the domestic front, retreat from the other, may rankle 21st century feminists.Carey practiced what she preached. Though she enjoyed writing, she kept it a friend, not a lover."I do not think that I have known any author who has made her writing - the real work of her life - so secondary a matter as has Rosa Carey. She has so consistently lived her religion, so to speak, that family duty and devotion to its many members have always come first" (Helen Marion Burnside, as cited by Black)."Rosa Nouchette Carey (1840–1909), novelist, was born at Stratford-le-Bow, London, on 24 September 1840. As a child she told stories to her younger sister, and in this way created the plot of her first novel, Nellie's Memories (1868). The publisher's advertisements suggest that it sold over 52,000 copies. It was followed by many other novels, marked by pious tone, domestic subject matter, and a large number of rather unmemorable characters, which were staples of the market in safe fiction for girls during the last third of the nineteenth century."Yet, gushing and unpretending as her work is, she does depict the frustrations of such women with some sympathy, exploring the pains of living up to high ideals and the psychic cost of self-abnegation."Carey's literary career got going. in her late twenties. After the death of her mother in 1870 Carey and her remaining unmarried sister went to keep house for a widowed brother and look after his children; after the sister married and went to live in Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland (which provided a setting for some of Carey's fiction), the brother died and Carey was left in charge of the children. "As well as writing thirty-three three-volume novels, she was on the staff of the Girls' Own Paper, for which she wrote eight serials. She does not seem to have moved in literary circles, although she was a close friend of the novelist Ellen Wood (Mrs Henry Wood). The poet Helen Marion Burnside, who also worked for the Girls' Own Paper, lived with her from about 1875, and edited The Rosa Nouchette Carey Birthday Book (1901). When Carey's sister was widowed she returned to keep house for the two authors. Rosa Carey died of lung cancer at her home, Sandilands, Keswick Road, Putney, London, on 19 July 1909" (Oxford DNB) [Attributes: First Edition]

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        La Bièvre.

      Genonceaux 1890 - - Genonceaux, Paris 1890, 16x23cm, broché. - Deuxième édition, la première avait été imprimée à une dizaine d'exemplaires, ornée d'illustrations originales de 23 dessins de E. Tanguy. Sympathique envoi autographe signé de J.K. Huysmans. Une petite déchirure recollée en tête d'un mors, sinon agréable exemplaire. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Works of. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. The Old Curiosity Shop. Barnaby Rudge. Hard Times. Sketches by Boz. The Adventures of Oliver Twist. Dombey and Son. The Personal History of David Copperfield. Pictures from Italy. American Notes for General Circulation. Bleak House. Little Dorrit. Christmas Books. A Tale of Two Cities. Great Expectations. Our Mutual Friend. The Uncommercial Traveller. A Child’s History of England. Christmas Stories. The Mystery of Edwin Drood.

      London: Chapman and Hall n.d. c. 1890 - Illustrated Library edition, 30 volumes, 8vo. Engraved plates throughout, marbled endpapers, sides and edges. Attractively bound in contemporary half calf, gilt blocked spines with raised bands and red and green labels, the latter mostly with some fading, one volume (Barnaby Rudge) recased, slight wear to a few tops of spines, otherwise a very handsome set.

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        FRIBOURG ARTISTIQUE A TRAVERS LES AGES. Publucation des Sociétés des Amis des Beaux-Arts & des Ing. & Arch. 1890-1914. Collection complète en reliée en 6 forts volumes.

      Librairie Josué Labastrou 1890-1914, Fribourg, - reliés demi-toile bordeaux, étiquette cuir, titre doré, plat papier marbré, solide et élégante reliure contemporaine qui permet une consultation aisée de ces imposants volumes. Est joint à la collection une table onomastique, jamais éditée, composée de photocopies de la BCU.Recueil de photographies relatifs aux monuments et objets d?art concernant l?histoire fribourgeoise, dont certains ont à jamais disparus. Outre les textes des historiens de l?époque, cette publucation fut dirigée par Hubert Labastrou (1843-1914) qui fut la cheville ouvrière de ce gigantesque travail, réalisé dans une petite ville comme Fribourg. Le Fribourg Artistique est surtout connu pour les superbes clichés tirés en hélio d?Alfred Lorson, auquel la revue doit la plupart des 489 planches que contient cette revue.

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        Os Assassinatos Maçonicos [Masonic Murder]

      Published Antonio Dourado Rua dos Martyres da Liberdade, 137 Porto . Porto 1890. - Hard back binding in publisher's original aubergine cloth covers, gilt title and author lettering to the upper panel, gilt design to the spine. 8vo. 7½'' x 5¼''. Contains 396 [ii] printed pages of Portuguese text with 16 single-sided monochrome illustrations throughout. Spine sun faded, a little darkening of the paper to the page edges, binding firm and square. The 'Fraud Taxil' in 1890, is probably the most famous anti Masonic hoax that generated a scandal involving himself and the Pope. Leo Taxil, wanted to avenge the Freemasons, who was ousted in 1882 by a case of plagiarism. He had previously been accused of defamation about a book he wrote called 'The Secret Loves of Pope Pius IX'. Member of the P.B.F.A. OCCULT [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour by the Author of "Handley Cross," "Jorrocks's Jaunts," etc., etc.

      Bradbury, Agnew and Co. n. d. c. 1890, London - Six volumes, Royal octavo. With illustrations by John Leech, 13 of the full page plates have been hand coloured and are all present. . Together with:Handley Cross; or, Mr. Jorrocks's Hunt. [1843] With illustrations by John Leech, 17 of the full page plates have been hand coloured."Hawbuck Grange:" or, The Sporting Adventures of Thomas Scott, Esq. [1847] With illustrations by Phiz, eight of the full page plates have been hand coloured."Ask Mamma;" or, The Richest Commoner in England. [1858] With illustrations by John Leech, 13 of the full page plates have been hand coloured."Plain or Ringlets?". [1860] With illustrations by John Leech, 12 (of 13) of the full page plates have been hand coloured.Mr. Romford's Hounds. [1865] With illustrations by John Leech and H. K. Browne, 24 of the full page plates have been hand coloured.Robert Smith Surtees (1803-1864) was born near Newcastle-on-Tyne, son of a country squire. He was educated and "articled" to become a lawyer, and eventually set up practice in Lincoln's Inn Fields in London. He practiced without great enthusiasm for several years. He began writing and contributed sporting articles to various magazine and in 1831 published a manual on the law relating to horses, The Horseman's Manual. In 1831 his older brother died and he became the heir, and he also started together with Rudolf Ackerman New Sporting Magazine of which he was the editor until the end of 1836. In 1837 he offered himself as a candidate for Parliament but withdrew before polling day. He had given up his practice as a lawyer and also his editorship by this time. His father died in 1838 and he succeeded to the Hamsterley estate and led the life of a country gentleman thereafter.His desire to depict the sporting world he knew in words made him unusual, and the Jorrocks papers had won immediate popularity. The editor of the Quarterly Review had sent a message in 1832 and later wrote directly to Surtees asking to produce a "cousin" and "throw materials into light dramatic form." Most likely this encouragement led to the writing of Handley Cross which appeared in New Sporting Magazine during 1838 and 1839.Tooley said: ". no finer series of Sporting Novels exists in the English language. As is so rarely the case in colour plate books, the text is as important as the illustrations". [Tooley 476] Spine extremities a little rubbed, spines a tad darkened, interiors fine three quarter red morocco, spines with raised bands, each compartment with gilt decoration relating to the sporting world, gilt lettering, red cloth, top edges gilt, green endpapers [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fables de La Fontaine

      Hachette, Paris, France 1890 - Housed in a Fair slipcase. All sides are fully intact, but there are a substantial number of chips out of the paper covering. Extremely heavy book. Text entirely in French. Size: Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. 864 pp. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Moderately foxed throughout. Previous owner's inscription on endpapers. Deckled edges (rough cut). Top edge gilt in good condition. 3/4 Leather covering with decorative pattern on the rest of the covers. In Very Good condition, with some bumping on the corners and spine caps. Illustrator: Dore, Gustave. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: over 6 pounds. Category: Fiction; Non-English Language::French; Inventory No: 001239. Additional shipping charges may apply. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LE DÉCAMÉRON. ( 3 TOMES).

      Paris, H. Launette, 1890.** - Relié, demi-maroquin rouge (dos), plats marbré,plats orné de fil. doré, dos orné de fil. doré et de pièce de titre doré, page de garde marbré, 23x32cm, 303pp+319pp+274pp, illustré n/b. Illustrations de Jacques Wagrez. Traduction et notes de Francisque Reynard. 7700 g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        In Darkest Africa

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1890 - Two Volumes. Original publisher's half morocco, marbled covers and endpapers, all edges gilt, and a very nicely decorated gilt spine. With two steel engraved frontispiece portraits of Stanley, 150 illustrations, three folding maps tucked into pockets in the rear of both volumes. Bookplate remnants on front pastedown of Volume 1. Very minor fading to leather, else near fine, contents fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traité théoique et pratique de l'art du relieur contenant la brochure dans ses rapports avec la reliure, la cartonnage, la reliure en tous genres, l'emboitage, la dorure sur cuir et sur tissus, à la main et au Balancier, la dorure et l'ornementation des tranches, la marbrure, la lavage, la nettoyage, l'encollage et la réparation des livres et estampes accompagné d'une notice sur le cuir coselé et buriné

      Baudry et cie, paris 1890 - in 8° maroquin plats intérieurs et extérieurs richement ornés, dos à nerfs orné Reliure de Chamagne, relieur à Dijon (1900-1930), éxécuté pour lui-même. E.O. 16 planches H.T et 17 figures. Ill. H.T et in texte, frontispice. Tranche supérieure dorée. 1 volumes [Attributes: First Edition]

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