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        "Schäfer mit Hund und Herde" originales Ölgemälde auf Malpappe ca. 25x34cm; links unten signiert; unten rechts bezeichnet "Regenstein" um 1890

      . Maße im dekorativen Rahmen 38x47cm..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Niederbayern]
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        ["Das giessen der Blume am Ende des Tages."]. Seidenmalerei, chinesische.

      ca. 1890. 26 x 21 cm, Kleine Eckenabrisse (sehr fragile Seide), ansonsten schönes dekoratives Exemplar. Preis in CHF: 1320. Kopulierendes Pärchen in der konfuzianischen Stellung ["Hund der die Katze pflügt"].

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej]
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        Katalog der Bibliothek des Reichstages. 10 (von 11) Bänden.

      Berlin, 1890 - 1907.. . Gr.-8°. OLwd. Bde. 1 - 5 des Hauptwerkes, Bd. 2 - 5 des Zugangsverzeichnis, Registerband zum Zugangsverzeichnis (fehlt Bd. I des Zugangsverzeichnis). Guterhaltene Reihe zu der umfangreichen staatswissenschaftlichen Sammlung des Reichstags.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
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        The Principles of Psychology

      Henry Holt and Co, 1890-01-01. Hardcover. Good. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1914. 689 pp, 704 pp. Complete in two volumes, green cloth with gilt lettering. First edition, later printing. (Undated title pages, ads on verso of title page up to 1914's Habit.) Good+ condition overall. Bookplates at front with former owner's impression on ffep. Wear at head and tail. Volume one in Good condition: a bit of underlining on pages 4 and 5, otherwise clean pages; light stain on front cover; former owner repaired split hinge at front, fep sticks to paste down a bit. Volume two is Very Good or better, has a small chip in the side of the title page. A nice set of philosopher William James' extremely influential text.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The Red Fairy Book

      London: Longmans, 1890. First Edition. hardcover. very good(+). Illustrated in b/w by H.J. Ford and Lancelot Speed. 367 plus 16 pages. Thick 12mo, original ornate gilt-stamped pictorial red cloth, all edges gilt, (corner slightly bumped; spine a touch faded; ownership bookplates and inked name on half title, otherwise a near fine bright copy). London & New York: Longmans Green and Co., 1890. The second Fairy book.

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        The Derby Day at Flemington

      Pfaff Pinschof & Co, Melbourne 1890 - A fine copy of this lively view of the winner's enclosure for the 1886 Victoria Derby held at Flemington racecourse, Melbourne, Australia The Victoria Derby has been held at the Flemington course in November every year since 1855. The first race was won by Rose of May. The present scene, painted by Austrian-born artist Carl Kahler, shows Trident, the winner of the 1886 race, in the winner's enclosure surrounded by many of the most prominent citizens of Melbourne and the Australian racing world. Trident foaled in Australia in 1883, by Robinson Crusoe (an Australian stallion), from Coconut (an imported mare from Great Britain). Trident went on to win six major races in 1886 (including the Australian Derby) and a further eight in 1887. Kahler went on to spend some time in San Francisco (some reference works suggest that he died there during the earthquake of 1906, but the most recent information is that he was still alive and living in New York in 1926. Photogravure, on India paper, mounted onto thick wove paper.

      [Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)]
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      Lund, Berlingska Boktryckeri och Stilgjuterie, n.d. (ca. 1890-1908).. 4to. Unpaginated (ca. 600 leaves). Orig. dec. cloth with portrait of Gutenberg on front cover.. All leaves printed on one side only. Many double-page, some folding leaves. Title-page and section-titles printed in chromolithography. - Very nice copy.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Manfred Nosbüsch]
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        The Picture of Dorian Gray [in] Lippincott's Monthly Magazine July 1890

      J.B. Lippincott Company, 1890. 3/4 Leather. Very Good. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1890: The Picture of Dorian Gray appearing in the the July, 1890 issue, pages 3-100, marking the first complete printing in America. Bound in three-quarters leather binding, without original wraps. In Very Good condition. Pages are age toned. Front hinge shows a professional repair, thin crack along rear outer hinge that may need to be addressed over time, though holding for now. Light rubbing and wear to leather and boards, with chipping and some loss to leather on spine panel. Presents well.

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      Stuttgart: Julius Hoffmann, circa, 1890. Oblong folio, 20 tinted lithograph plates; some restoration, general embrowning, and signs of use, but good in later cloth with original pictorial label, endpapers renewed. Dramatic hunting scenes. A rare nineteenth-century German colourplate natural history of the world for children. Each of twenty countries throughout Europe, Asia, America and Africa is described with two pages of text and a large colour plate by the noted nineteenth-century German artist and book illustrator Heinrich Leutemann (1824-1905). Most of the plates depict highly dramatic hunting scenes: either man hunting the animals, such as Indians on elephant back hunting tigers, or animals hunting and devouring other animals, such as lions eating buffalo and bison attacking bears. The final plate depicts three Australian Aboriginal hunters hiding from two rock wallabies which are pursued by a pack of dingoes. Their catch of a lyrebird, a platypus, a black swan and an emu are portrayed in the foreground.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        Northern California & British Columbia: Group of 13 Large Mounted Albumen Photographs

      12 albumen photographs measuring 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches (or the reverse) & 1 photograph measuring 5 inches by 8 inches all mounted to heavy card stock measuring 11 inches by 14 inches. Various publishers & places, no date, ca 1890. Each titled, numbered & credited in the negative. Includes: 5 images from the studio of Isaiah West Taber, of San Francisco, at least one of which is a Carleton E. Watkins image, 4 images with the monogram or printed signature of the Canadian Pacific Railway, 3 images from the studio of S. J. Thompson of New Westminster, B.C., 1 image from the studio of Neelands Bros., Nelson, B. C.  A couple images slightly faded with a trace of foxing, a few mounts moderately soiled & foxed, one mount with corner chipped away, Very Good. A visually compelling tour of the Pacific Northwest in the late 19th century.

      [Bookseller: Citation Books]
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        ENGLISH AND AMERICAN YACHTS. Illustrating and describing the most famous yachts now sailing in American and English waters. With a treatise upon yachts and yachting.

      London, Chapman and Hall (Limited), 1890.Early edition 1890, first published in the USA in 1887, oblong folio, approximately 275 x 340 mm, 10¾ x 13½ inches, "Illustrated with fifty photogravure engravings", pages: (6), 14, (1 - Plate List), + 50 plates each facing a page of description giving designer, builder and owner with launch date, dimensions and races won. Bound in the original publisher's navy blue cloth, gilt lettering to upper cover and spine, blind ruled frame to covers, 2 decorated initials to upper cover, dark green endpapers. Very slight rubbing to head and tail of spine, minute nick to cloth on fore - edge of both covers, another to top edge of both covers, one or two minor marks to lower cover, front inner paper hinge starting to crack, binding firm, some minor pale foxing throughout, mainly to margins, occasionally a small pale fox spot on image, 10 mm (½") closed tear to lower edge of final description page. A very good clean tight copy, no inscriptions. A few plates have 2 to 4 images. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        Ophthalmoscopical Atlas

      New York, Etc.: B. Westermann & Co, 1890. First Edition in English. Hard Cover. Very Good. First Edition in English. 4to., pp. [iii]-xii + 86 + xxxi [plates]; original red cloth gilt and drab paper boards lettered in black; boards lightly soiled; spine rubbed; text leaves of coated paper browned with scattered foxing; plates generally clean, but tissue guards foxed; near very good overall. First edition in English. Illustrated with a full complement of 31 chromolithograph plates. "Description of the ophthalmoscopical appearance of diseases of the eye," and one of the most important atlases of its kind during the nineteenth century. The first edition, in German, was published in 1869. Becker Catalog 1174. Hard Cover.

      [Bookseller: Kuenzig Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        Swedish and Norwegian National Costumes

      Cirka 1890. 18 monterade bilder pÃ¥ tjockare kartong i vacker färglitografi i en nÃ¥got nött blÃ¥ originalklotkasett med förgylld pärmdekor och titel [Ettikettext: Axel Engström. Bokbindare, Etui- & Portföljarbetare STOCKHOLM. Regeringsgatan 18.]. [22x16,5 cm]. Färgfotografiernas storlek: 9x6 cm. Tryckt under varje bild: C. A. Söderman skulpt. Fot. af Eurenius & Quist. Äldre sirlig namnteckning pÃ¥ pärmens insida. Fotografierna är i fint skick, dvs fria frÃ¥n fläckar, etc. Bilderna föreställer: 1. Sverige, frÃ¥n WingÃ¥ker i Södermanland. 2. Sverige, Brudpar frÃ¥n Herrestad i SkÃ¥ne. 3. Sverige, 4. Leksand i Dalarne, Sommardrägt. 5. Sverige, Qvinnor frÃ¥n Blekinge. 6. Sverige, Höstetös frÃ¥n Herrestad i SkÃ¥ne. 7. Sverige, Leksand i Dalarne Winterdrägt. 8. Sverige, Rättvik i Dalarne. Friarscen. 9. Sverige, Mora i Dalarne. 10. Sverige, Lappskor frÃ¥n Ã…sele Lappmark. 11. Sverige, Lappar frÃ¥n Ã…sele Lappmark. 12. Man och Qvinna frÃ¥n Kautokeino i Norska Finmarken. 13. Gubbe frÃ¥n Guldbrandsdalen. Qvinna frÃ¥n Hardanger i Norge. 14. Brudpar frÃ¥n Söndmör i Norge. 15. Man och Qvinna frÃ¥n Hitterdal i Tellemarken Norge. 16. Gift hustru frÃ¥n Hardanger i Norge. 17. Man och Qvinna frÃ¥n Sätersdalen i Norge. 18. Flicka frÃ¥n Sätersdalen i Norge.

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        Golf - A Weekly Record Of "ye Royal And Auncient" Game (1st Issue)

      GOLF 1890 - Number 1, Volume 1 of the first weekly Golf periodical dated September 19th 1890. This publication ran until at least 1899 and contains competitions at Kirkcaldy and St Andrews and reports from prominent clubs. 21x15cm. 16pp. A fine copy with even browning and no creases. Also comes with a facsimile copy published in 1990. Very scarce.

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        Extensive Photographic Archive of her Travels in Italy and Egypt

      1890-1. 374 large-format photographs are housed in a total of 9 folio red pebble-grained cloth book-style boxes with gilt lettered spines, moiré interiors and marbled edges, titled: Eight of them (340 ×280 mm) relating to Egypt and carefully categorised "Egypten: Cairo"; "Egypten: Moskéer och Koptiska Kyrkor [Mosques and Coptic Churches]"; "Egypten: Pyramider, Tempel och Obelisker [Pyramids, Temples and Obelisks]", 2 boxes; and "Egypten: Landskap och Folkstyper [Landscapes and People]", 2 boxes; together with a larger box (460 ×370 mm) containing 25 of the Queen's own photographs; and two matching boxes containing the 102 Italian views, titled "Italien". The boxes are slightly rubbed, with minor signs of wear; three with short splits on front hinges, and three others neatly rebacked with the original spines laid down; a couple of photographs with minor chips to the corners, but overall the collection is in excellent condition and handsomely-presented. An important collection of 374 large-format photographs of Egypt and Italy made during the travels of Victoria, Queen of Sweden (1862-1930), the collection includes 25 photographs (250 × 300 mm) of Egypt taken personally by the Queen in 1890-1891, together with a large portrait photograph of a Turkish officer (365 × 220 mm) captioned on verso "Zeki Bey/ Uppvaktaude has de kunliga [introduced to the king]", taken by the studio of O. Schoefft "Photographer de la Cour, V. Giuntini & G. Khoskantz Successeurs, Caire", this is possibly the Zeki Bey who served at Gallipoli, was borther-in-law of the last sultan Mehmed VI and accompanied him into exile; and 348 large photographs 200 × 260 mm or slightly smaller. Of these, 246 are Egyptian views, landscapes and street scenes, taken in Cairo, Karnak, Medinet Habu, Luxor, Ibsamboul, Medamut, Aswan, Giza, Abu Simbel, Alexandria, Heliopolis, Suez - offering high-quality panoramic views of temples and pyramids, the Nile itself, streets and squares of the major cities, mosques and Muslim tombs, Arab houses, souqs, and various genre scenes and "types", street-vendors, barbers, soldiers, cameliers, women and children; scenes of Arab meals and pastimes - in short, a vividly touristic and high-Orientalist view of Egypt. Of this group over a hundred photographs are from the studio of Antonio Beato; and more than 140 from the studio of Pascal Sébah, many signed in the negative. All of the photographs are mounted on stiff cardboard leaves, loosely inserted in the impressive custom-made boxes, with around a third of with neatly inked captions in Swedish. A unique and exhaustive collection of photographic views of Egypt, its great monuments, portraits of her people and their everyday life, from the collection of Queen Victoria of Sweden. As Princess of Baden, Victoria had married Gustaf V of Sweden in order to strengthen ties between the German and Swedish courts. Despite the birth of three children, it was not a happy marriage - Gustaf was rumoured to be bisexual - and the couple's summer trip in 1890-1 may have been arranged in an attempt to rebuild the relationship. Victoria was a strong-willed and independent woman, as well as being highly artistically accomplished in a range of media. She was an skilled amateur photographer and painter, and she also sculpted. During this trip she both photographed and painted extensively, experimenting with various developing techniques, and producing some genuinely impressive photographic work. The trip triggered her interest in archaeology and collecting antiques, and Victoria's impressive collection of Egyptian antiquities was later donated to the University of Uppsala, where it is still housed today. This superb photographic archive was clearly assembled by a person close to the Queen during her travels, possibly her attending personal physician, and, as noted, includes 25 large photographs taken by Victoria personally. Accompanying the collection is a copy of Victoria's highly attractive, and extremely uncommon, privately printed account of her Egypt travels, Vom Nil (Karlsruhe, 1892), just six copies on OCLC, all in Germany; together with first and second editions (Stockholm, 1923 and 1931) of her biography "Drottning Victoria", similarly uncommon with just a handful of copies of both. All three feature images from the Egyptian expedition made by the Queen herself. The print of the picture of the renowned Cairo Mena House Hotel is inscribed by her on the mount "Till minne af NyÃ¥rsdagen 1891 pÃ¥ Mena House/ frÃ¥n/ Victoria [In memory of the New Year's day 1891 at Mena House/ from Victoria]" this image being reproduced at p.78 in the second edition of the Queen's biography. Fifteen of the Queen's photographs are captioned in Swedish on verso, with four specifically noted as "Foto taget 1891 af Kronprinzessin". Six further photographs from the group were reproduced in the Queen's Egyptian book; the reproduced photographs are "Bedouin girls" (p.21), "Cameel mit Zuckerrohr" (p.24), "Chephren-Pyramide" (p.52), "Cataracten-Landschaft" (p.102), "Bellal" (p.103), and "Ammontempel von Karnak" (p.141). Other of the Queen's images offer well-composed and accomplished views of the banks of the Nile, Philae, Karnak, the Pyramid of Cheops and Great Sphinx of Giza. Loosely inserted in the box containing this group there is an elaborate Arabic document, part-printed in gold, and completed calligraphically, together with the original decorated envelope with the annotations "Dr. Lundberg", and "Ordensbref Osmaniéorden", which would appear to the official letter conferring the Order of Osmanieh, the second highest order of the Ottoman Empire, on Victoria's doctor.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Anthropologische Studien aus Insulinde.

      Amsterdam, J.Müller, 1890.. EA. Veröffentlicht durch die Königliche Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Amsterdam, Natuurk. Verh. der Koninkl. Akademie. Deel XXVIII. Mit 4, teils gefalteten, Tafeln sowie sehr zahlreichen Mess-Tabellen. 149 S.,Tafelteil, XVIII-Doppelseiten Mess-Tabellen. Gr. 4°. OBr., unaufgeschnitten. Einband und Rücken mit kleineren Ein- und Ausrissen, Rücken an zwei stellen gebrochen; ansonsten sehr gut erhalten, sauber und vollständig.. Ein frühes und äußerst seltenes Werk des späteren Professors, Hofrats und Direktors des Frankfurter Völkerkundmuseums. Etliche weitere ethnologisch-anthropologische Veröffentlichungen von großer Bedeutung sollten folgen, z.B. über die Orang-Kubu auf Sumatra oder über die Papuas sowie großformatige Fototafelbände über ostasiatische und melanesische Völker.

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        Sign of Four

      First Edition In Book FormDOYLE, A[rthur] Conan. The Sign of Four. London: Spencer Blackett, 1890.First edition in book form, second issue, with foot of spine reading ìGriffith Farran & Cos Standard Library.î 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 ì138î on the contents page incomplete and reading ì13,î as usual, and with ìwishedî appearing as ìw shedî 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 ìThe Sign of the Four; or, The Problem of the Sholtos,î 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 Holmesís investigation into the murder of Bartholomew Sholto, his search for Jonathan Small and the Agra treasure, and Watsonís romance with Mary Morstan.Green and Gibson A7a.i.HBS 65675.$7,500

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      London: Reeves & Turner, 1890 [late 1889].  First edition, 19.5 x 16cm (4to), in publisher's decorative "Honeysuckle" pattern chintz (designed by the author & produced by his firm Morris & Co.), gilt title to spine, deckle edges, [i-iv], [1] 2-424 pp.  Stated Limited Edition of 250 copies printed in Basle Roman type on "J Whatman 1889" watermarked handmade paper by Charles Whittingham & Co. at the Chiswick Press, London.  With loosely inserted early announcement for the William Morris Society (President Sir Sydney Cockerell).  "Morris bought 'the whole making' of the Whatman paper on which [this book] is printed, and used the balance for catalogues and prospectuses when he founded his own Kelmscott Press.  This book so satisfied its author that he never reprinted the work at his Kelmscott Press.  He declared it to be the best-looking book issued since the seventeenth century" (Colbeck II p.582).  "Morris was thrilled with the experimental binding and the design of this book, writing that 'I am so pleased with my book--typography, binding, and must I say it, literary matter--that I am any day to be seen huggling it up, and am become a spectacle to Gods and men because of it'" (Diane Waggoner, "Checklist of the Exhibition 'Pre-Raphaelites and the Book'" [2013], p.10).  Binding Good (extremities moderately bumped & worn, spine & fr. cover soiled, & ep.s a bit stained); contents Near-Fine (edges dusty).  Slater 15, Scott 13-14, Vaughan 9, Ashley III 174, Ehrsam & Deily 178, Colbeck 47.

      [Bookseller: Leonard Roberts, Bookseller]
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      New York: Harper & Brothers,. 1890. Octavo, pp. [1-4] [1] 2-234 [235-236: ads],. original pictorial light blue-gray wrappers printed in dark blue.. Very small chips from head and tail of spine panel (no loss to. lettering or rules), light foxing around the edges of front cover,. faint stain to bottom edge of front cover with very faint penetration. into bottom edges of the first six leaves, a very good copy. An. excellent copy of this fragile and very elusive book. (#91039). First U.S. edition. Issued as "Harper's Franklin Square Library New Series," number 685. The author's first novel, published by Harper in November 1890 (so dated on front cover), possibly preceding the British edition published by Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, Ltd. on 18 November 1890 [but with title page postdated 1891]. Adventure novel concerning the discovery of lost treasure and the crown of the legendary king of the snakes in Western Ireland. "A tale written around the strange phenomenon of a moving bog. Scene: the Mayo coast, which is finely described. Hidden treasure, prophetic dreams, attempted murder, and much love and sentiment are bound up with the story." - Brown, Ireland in Fiction 1551. Dalby 5b.

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        20,000 (Twenty Thousand) Leagues Under the Sea

      Philadelphia: Porter & Coates Blue cloth w/black deco cover & spine, gilt band on spine, green endpapers, 323 pgs + frontis + Ads. Strong binding. Not Dated. circ 1890, small flower stain pgs 199-205. Covers have edge rub, back cover soil. Title page states: 20,000 Leagues Under the Seas; or, the Marvellous and Exciting Adventures of Piere Arronnax, Conseil His Servant, and Ned Land, a Canadian Harpooner.. Alta Edition . Hard Cover. Very Good/None Issued. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Lutetia. Paris.

      1890 - Paris: c.1890. Coloured lithographic map on nine sheets conjoined, total 1350 x 1390mm. Laid on canvas. A full-size facsimile of the first geometric plan (as opposed to a bird's-eye view) of Paris, showing the city as it was in 1647. Orientated with north to the right, it shows the layout of the streets in detail, although the major buildings are still shown n profile. In the top corners are a prospect of the city from Montmatre and a view of the Louvre. In the bottom corners of the plan are two neoclassical pedestals containing elevations of the Royal palaces and other country houses, surmounted by trophies and armorials. At the bottom, outside the oak-leaf border is another strip of elevations. Jacques Gomboust, Louis XIV's 'Ingénieur du Roi', compiled this plan from a number of smaller surveys he undertook, publishing it in 1652 with a dedication to Louis XIV and a text describing the problems he had constructing the map. He wrote that 'without extraordinary help, how do you think that an individual could leave this labyrinth? Consider the quantity of streets, the number of churches, convents, hospitals, schools, hotels, bridges, embankments and other public places that are on this map. And imagine how many observations would be necessary to create the map and projection of each one in its correct measurements of length, width and height since the plan and contour of a citadel causes much trouble. We have even judged it necessary not to represent the bourgeois homes whose size and dimensions we could not have given correctly without an infinite amount of time'. The original engraved version of this plan very rarely comes on the market. PETERS: Mapping Discord, p. 75-7.

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        Black Beauty

      Boston, Massachusetts: The American Humane Education Society, 1890. First Edition. Wraps. Very Good. First American Edition. 245 pp., plus 16 pp. Humane Society literature. Subtitle, "His Grooms and Companions." Front cover has black type and a decorative ruled border. Rear cover has an advertisement for "Humane Publications." Covers and spine are aged, soiled, foxed and edge-worn. Spine hinges are cracked and/or split. Portions of the spine ends are missing. Corners are chipped. Contents are as follows: a one-page introduction to the founding and goals of the Humane Society by its President, Geo. T. Angell, opposite which is a list of various membership levels and dues and instructions for leaving bequests for "those who wish to remember in their wills our 'American Humane Education Society.' " There is a brief, ink, numerical notation at the top of this page. This is followed by the title page to "Black Beauty" with an etching of a saddled horse and the following comments, "Over Ninety Thousand Copies of this Book have been Sold in England" and the " 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' of the Horse." Each chapter of the novel has a decorative motif at the header of the first page, a decorative initial capital letter begins the first paragraph and each chapter ends with a decorative motif as a footer. On the verso of the final page of the novel is an etching of a little girl standing next to a horse entitled, "One of Black Beauty's Friends." The volume concludes with 12 pages of general information about "The American Humane Education Society" and two pages on "Killling Animals Humanely," with specific instructions for horses and dogs. Interior, on heavy stock, has darkened with age and is occasionally foxed. Otherwise, a clean, tight and very rare edition. Cross reference of book #005322.

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        Ostafrikanische Gletscherfahrten. Forschungsreisen im Kilimandscharo-Gebiet. Mit 3 Karten, 20 Tafeln in Heliogravüre und Lichtdruck und 19 Textbildern.

      Duncker & Humblot,, Leipzig, 1890 - Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1890. XIV + 2 + 376 S. OLwd. EA. Kainbacher I, 93. Mit allen drei Karten. - Leichte Gbrsp. - Im dritten Anlauf gelang Meyer (1858-1929) zusammen mit dem Österreicher L. Putscheller 1888 die Erstbesteigung des Kilimandscharos. Deutsch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lot of 10 Original Photograph Train Advertising Cards issued by the Pittsburgh Locomotive Works

      Pittsburgh Locomotive Works ca 1890s, Pittsburgh - ca. 1890s, with one later card dated 1898. Ten collectible cards, 5.25 x 8.5 inches, each featuring an original mounted photograph of a Pittsburgh Locomotive Works train, 3.75 x 7.25 inches. Cards are uniform with rounded gilt edges with "General Description" terms printed on the verso (Fuel, Gauge of Track, Total Weight, etc.), intended to be filled-in by hand, but are mostly blank but for one filled-in by hand and the 1898 card which has the information printed. All cards are in VG+ condition with a slight horizontal curve to the cards. Photographs are mostly near fine, one with a small scuff outside the image area. Includes trains marked URR, Allegheny & South Side RR, LS and I RR, Hoshiu Railway, P & W, Machala, CFST, S & CRR, and FC de SS y ST. Rare lot of collectible train and railroad items, see photos for more detail. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Brehms Tierleben. Allgemeine Kunde des Tierreichs. Mit 1910 Abbildungen im Text, 11 Karten und 180 Tafeln in Farbendruck und Holzschnitt. 10 Bände und Zusatzband (11 Bände). Band 1-3: Die Säugetiere. Band 4-6: Die Vögel. Band 7: Die Kriechtiere und Lurche. Band 8. Die Fische. Band 9: Die Insekten, Tausendfüßer und Spinnen. Band 10: Die niederen Tiere. Zusatzband (von Wilhelm Haake): Die Schöpfung der Tierwelt. 1. Auflage. Mit 1 Karte und 469 Abbildungen im Text und auf 20 Tafeln in Farbendruck und Holzschnitt.

      Leipzig, Wien, Bibliographisches Institut, 1890-1893.. 4°. 26 cm. Ca. 9000 Seiten. Original-Halblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln.. 3., gänzlich neubearbeitete Auflage. Einbände wenig berieben, Zusatzband mit Exlibris, Name auf Titel und Vorsatz. Gute bis sehr gute, repräsentative Exemplare der Ausgabe in braunem Halbleder.

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        Original Watercolor from "David Copperfield"

      Original Watercolor from "David Copperfield"KYD, [illustrator]. [DICKENS, Charles, Author]. Original Watercolor from "David Copperfield." Titled "Uriah Heep." [London: 1890].Measures 14 x 10 1/2 inches. Matted, framed and glazed. Picture depicts Uriah Heep looking like he is up to something with his hands crossed and a sly look on his face. He is standing next to a desk and chair with what looks like a newspaper in the background. A very charming piece.Uriah Heep is a fictional character created by Charles Dickens in David Copperfield. The character is notable for his cloying humility, obsequiousness, and insincerity, making frequent references to his own "'humbleness". His name has become synonymous with being a yes man. He is the central antagonist in the later part of the book.HBS 66577.$1,750

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        ANALES DEL REINO DE NAVARRA compuestos por el P. --- de la compañia de Jesus. (12 VOLUMENES)

      - Eusebio Lopez. Tolosa. 1890 12 vols. (24 cm) Bonita enc. tela epoca editorial en tonos rojos con dorados. Lomo en piel. Cortes dorados. Sellos ant. prop. Contiene el "Sitio de Fuenterrabia", de 1892. T1 (Ref.35055) navarra historia anales moret reino [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The new census of the United States—the electrical enumerating mechanism

      1890. <p>[Hollerith Machine.] The new census of the United States&#151;the electrical enumerating mechanism. Wood-engraved illustration. In Scientific American 63, no. 9 (August 30, 1890): 122 [front wrapper]. Whole number. [122]-142pp. 395 x 277 mm. Original self-wrappers. Stab-holes in gutter margin (not affecting image), small marginal tear in one leaf mended with tape, but very good. </p><p>First Edition of this large and remarkable early illustration of the Hollerith punched-card tabulator, which adorns the front wrapper of the August 30, 1890 issue of the Scientific American (the accompanying article, titled &#147;The census of the United States,&#148; is on p. 132). The image shows male and female workers using card-punch machines, tabulators and counting machines, while a group of clerks manually sorts and ties the printed data sheets. </p><p>The punched-card tabulator and its accessories, which reigned as the primary large-scale data-processing system until the advent of the electronic digital computer, was invented in the 1880s by Herman Hollerith, a onetime clerk at the United States Census Bureau. Acting on a suggestion by John Shaw Billings, the Bureau&#146;s head of vital statistics, Hollerith perfected a system that used punched cards for recording statistical data; the cards were read by electrical sensors and the results tabulated by machine. In 1890 the Census Bureau contracted with Hollerith to use his tabulator in the 1890 census, an event that has been described as &#147;a milestone in the history of modern data processing&#148; (Cortada, Before the Computer: IBM, NCR, Burroughs, and Remington Rand and the Industry they Created, 1865&#150;1956, p. 48). Hollerith&#146;s machines, which could tabulate data for as many as fifteen thousand people a day, cut the time needed to complete the census by nearly eighty percent over manual methods; they also enabled the Census Bureau to process a larger variety of data than ever before. The age of mechanized data handling had begun. </p><p>In December 1896 Hollerith incorporated his business under the name of the Tabulating Machine Company, manufacturing and leasing his tabulators to government agencies and, increasingly, to commercial users such as banks, insurance companies and department stores. Hollerith sold his company in 1911 to industrialist Charles R. Flint, who merged it with several other manufacturing companies to form C-T-R (the initials stood for Computing, Tabulating and Recording). In 1915 Thomas J. Watson became president of C-T-R; nine years later Watson changed the name of the company to International Business Machines (IBM). </p>

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        [Silk Pin]: Coleman Hose Company No. 1, Union City Pa

      Union Ciy, Pa.(?): Coleman Hose Company No. 1(?). [no date - circa 1890]. Pink silk ribbon with pinback, gold braid at top, gold fringe at bottom, and applied photographic inset, featuring the portraits of 26 (presumably) firemen. A little fraying, slightly threadbare very good or better. .

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        DE GESCHIEDENIS VAN ANTWERPEN 8 delen, 1e druk

      Antwerpen. Gebonden in originele banden destijds, 8 delen incl aanhangsel.De rijke geschiedenis van Antwerpen tot 1890. beschreven in acht delen met vele illustraties en uitslaanbare platen. o.a. van LINNIG, met register enige editie van 1890, in goede staat, hier en daar roestplekken zoals gewonelijk. fraaie set.

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        In Darkest Africa, or the Quest, Rescue, and Retreat of Emin, Governor of Equatoria

      New York: Charles Scribner&#39;s Sons. Very Good. 1890. Limited signed. Hardcover. Limited to 250 numbered and signed copies of which this is numner 76. Half grained brown morocco over vellum boards. Three folding color maps (two of which are linen backed). Six original pencil-signed etchings. One hundred india paper wood-engravings. ; quarto; Additional images and further information provided upon request. ; Signed by Author .

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        PLUTARCH'S LIVES IN FIVE VOLUMES. The Translation Called Dryden's Corrected from the Greek and Revised By A.H. Clough. & PLUTARCH'S WRITINGS: MISCELLANIES in 5 Volumes.

      Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., London - Altogether 10 Volumes to make a complete set. No date, but c 1890 or earlier. Brown binding, gold titles on burgundy label. Top edge gilt, other sides rough cut as printed. All volumes binding firm, lower edge slight shelf wear. Illustrated. Additional postage will apply. 9 1/2 X 6" [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Islands of the Aegean

      Clarendon Press Oxford 1890 - First edition. 8vo (17,5 x 13 cm).xii, 362pp, including half-title, folding map, bound in contemporary full calf, spine with raised bands lettered in gilt, decorated with gilt emblem on the front board and vignettes on the spine, marbled endpapers and edges; weak joints; an attractive copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Picture of Dorian Gray

      London: Ward Lock and co., 1890., 1890. First apperance in Lippincott&#39;s Monthly Magazine for July 1890, custom-bound shortly thereafter in full limp calf with blind rules and corner devices, "Dorian Gray" stamped in gilt on front, all edges stained red. Conforms to U.K. Ward Lock edition, although lacking general title page, advertising matter and so on. Additionally, pasted on the front free endpaper there is a cutting from The Standard, dated August 23, 1913, in which Wilde&#39;s bibliographer Stuart Mason discusses the early publications of the novel. Covers faded and rubbed at the edges. Near very good. Internally near fine, with gutter crack to p.95 and some pencil annotation.

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        Paris Qui Crie. Petit Métiers

      Paris: Georges Chamerot Pour Les Amis Du Livre, 1890. Pretty contemporary binding by G. Champs of brown levant, gilt. Gilt filet border on covers with gilt rose in corners; spine gilt-lettered with climbing vine and urn design. Original black and gilt wrappers and spine bound in with colored scenes on each cover. Minor marginal spotting. One of 120 copies. Preface by Henri Beraldi, scholar and the most distinguished book collector of his time, who initiated a series of illustrated books celebrating life and locales in Paris, published in very limited editions. Thirty colored plates and one vignettte by Pierre Vidal depicting peddlers and merchants, each with facing text by various authors. In addition to the flower girl, street singer and food and drink vendors, there is a chair renter for outdoor evnts, a man who picks up cigar butts and a ticket scalper. Vicaire I, 46. Brown Levant, Gilt. Fine. Illus. by Pierre Vidal. Large 8vo.

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        Sainfoin. By Springfield - Sanda. The Property of Sir James P. Miller, Baronet. From the Original Picture by A.C. Havell. Winner of the Derby Stakes at Epsom, 1890

      Messrs. Fores, London 1890 - Photogravure, coloured by hand. A fine copy of this excellent image of the 1890 Derby winner, trained by J. Watts and ridden by J. Porter. Alfred Charles Havell was a member of the Havell family which included John James Audubon's engraver and printer: Robert Havell, Jr. Alfred Charles Havell first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1878 and soon afterwards took up commissions with Messrs. Fores to record important racehorses of the day for subsequent publication. This connection continued through until his death in 1928. 'All his pictures provide a valuable record and link in racehorse portraiture between. Harry Hall. and the work of James Lynwood Palmer, Alfred Grenfall Haig, F. Mabel Hollams and Nina Colmore, all of whose main output came at the beginning of this century' (Charles Lane British Racing Prints pp.115-116). Charles Lane British Racing Prints p.116.

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      . Radierung in Schwarzbraun, signiert sowie mit dem Namenszug und Titel in der Platte, auf kräftigem chamoisfarbenem Bütten. 28:23 cm.- Nach dem gleichnamigen 1890 entstandenen Gemälde. Literatur: Bierbaum 1908, Abb. 31; Ausst.-Kat. Villa Stuck, München 1968, Abb. 32..

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        The Sign Of Four. Serial Issue

      London: Ward, Lock and Co. [Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott.] 1890, 1890. First Appearance. Volume XLV of Lippincott&#39;s Magazine spanning January to June 1890. Publisher&#39;s yellow cloth overprinted in black, with a red pebble grain coth spine, titled in gilt and black to spine. The yellow is soiled, but solid and bright, and the cloth spine is bumped and scuffed (with a small repair to the head) but is still tight and sound. Internally clean and fresh. A very good copy. One of the more mental (by which I mean typically, madly Victorian) Sherlock Holmes novels with stolen jewels looted during the Indian Mutiny, betrayal (so much nodding to Wilkie Coins it&#39;s a wonder someone&#39;s head doesn&#39;t fall off), a sinister blowpipe wielding Andaman Islander, Dr. Watson&#39;s love interest, a fair amount of cocaine and in fact many of the Sherlockian conventions that we hold so dear appeared first in this novel. The second of four full-length Sherlock Holmes novels, originally appearing in Lippincott&#39;s Monthly Magazine (Feb.1890). Doyle was reputedly commissioned to write the story following a dinner with the editor at London&#39;s Langham Hotel. The function was also attended by Oscar Wilde, who would contribute his only novel &#39;The Picture of Dorian Gray&#39; to the July 1890 issue. Doyle later discussed this &#39;golden evening&#39; in his autobiography &#39;Memories and Adventures&#39; (1924). Green & Gibson; A Bibliography of A.Conan Doyle. De Waal; The World Bibliography of Sherlock Holmes & Dr. Watson. See also Haining; The Classic Era of Crime Fiction (2002), Cooper & Pike; Detective Fiction (1994), DeWaal; The International Sherlock Holmes (1980), Steinbrunner & Penzler; Ency.of Mystery & Detection (1976). Eric Quayle; The Collectors Book of Detective Fiction (1972). Howard Haycraft; Murder for Pleasure (1972), Graham Greene & Dorothy Glover; Victorian Detective Fiction (1966), Elley Queen; Queen&#39;s Quorum (1951).

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        Maritime Telegraph Systems.

      Buoys, Beacons, Tidal Signals etc. compiled by Victor Carlson, Captain in the Merchant Navy. Stockholm, P. A Norstet & Söner, 1890. Folio. Lith. title,+ (4),+ 3-10,+ (12) pp.+ 44 colour lith. plates, of which one is double page. Publ. red cloth spine with lith. paper boards. Small stains on front board, otherwise fine. The fine coloured plates are made at Generalstabens litografiska anstalt. The double page plate (nr. 44) is a chart depicting the West Coast of Sweden and the entrance to Gothenburg with the swedish system of buoyage and its applications

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        A Series of Picturesque Views of Seats of the Noblemen and Gentlemen

      London: William Mackenzie, n.d.,circa, 1890. Six volumes, quarto, chromolithographic illustrations throughout; occasional light spotting but a fine set in original morocco gilt. A handsome set of fully illustrated descriptions of Britain&#39;s stately homes.

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      Kbh., P. G. Philipsens Forlag. 1890. 8vo. Nyere skinnryggbind med opphøyde ryggbånd , enkel ryggforgylling og tittelfelt i grønt skinn, marmorerte dekler. (6), 331, (1) s.. Materien noe gulnet

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      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura 1 Edicion. Barcelona. 1890. Holandesa. Primera edicion en Espana. 106Pag+1h. 30x22. Traducido al espanol por D.Ramon Ceballos. Profusamente ilustrado con bellas laminas. Bellissima Obra y dificil en comercio. Ref 100 Biblioteca D.

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        How the Other Half Lives, Studies Among the Tenements of New York

      New York: Charles Scribner&#39;s Sons, 1890. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. vx, 304 pp. Original cloth-backed pictorial boards, somewhat rubbed and scuffed, some small tears in the cloth at the spine ends. Binding sound, contents clean and complete with all illustrations. Small ownership stamp on front pastedown; otherwise unmarked. This groundbreaking work of early photojournalism documented the squalid living conditions and dangerous and exploitative working conditions of New York City slums in the 1880s. Riis&#39;s vivid descriptions, combined with sketches, photographs, and statistics, succeeded in arousing public outrage and sparking a decade of social reform.

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        Uncle Sam's Baseball Game.

      Cleveland : J. C. Bell Co. 1890 - Game board. 21 cm x 10.75cm, folded; 21 cm x 21.5 cm, unfolded. Bound in contemporary black cloth. Paper label with pictorial Uncle Sam and lettering in blue. Minimal wear to extremities. Board opens up to show a pictorial baseball field, players, dugout, stands and fans. Rule for adults and for boys along the third base side of board. Die absent, but board shows depiction of what the die would have been. Two small tears along game board fold, but have been repaired. An extremely rare piece of Americana and sports memorabilia. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Alphabet of Animals

      London: Frederick Warne and Co., circa, 1890. Quarto, chromolithographs; very good in original pictorial wrappers. K is a Kangaroo. Charming animal-themed alphabet book for children: K is a kangaroo hopping along; L stands for Lions, loud-roaring and strong. M is for Monkey, most mischievous he, N is a Nylghau from India, you see.

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