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        Forty Years Among the Indians: A True Yet Thrilling Narrative of the Author's Experiences Among the Natives

      Juvenile Instructor Office, Salt Lake City, UT 1890 - 400pp. Octavo (22.5 cm) in full black calf with decorative gilt-stamping and ruling to backstrip and front board, decorative blindstamping to rear board, all edges gilt. Fading to spine, rubbing to extremities, front joint cracked at foot to a depth of 3", hinges sound. Interior is clean and only faintly toned. Jones recounts his travels throughout the southwestern Unites States including events from the Mexican War as well as his encounters with Native Americans and the Mormons. Flake/Draper 4484. Howes J202. This copy belonged to Moses Thatcher and is signed in his hand on the front flyleaf with "Logan, Utah" in subscript. Moses Thatcher (1842-1909) served on the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles from 1879 until 1909, when he was dropped from the Quorum because of his belief in the importance of political neutrality. Unlike other dropped Quorum members, Thatcher retained his apostolic office and continued on as a fully participating member of the Church until his death.Thatcher's parents Hezekiah and Alena converted to Mormonism in 1843, shortly after his birth. They moved to Nauvoo, and took part in the great migration to the Salt Lake Valley. Shortly thereafter, they tried their luck in the California gold rush, but soon returned to Utah and settled in Cache Valley. Thatcher attended the University of Deseret (now the University of Utah) and served two missions. In 1879, Thatcher was called to Quorum of the Twelve Apostles to replace the recently deceased Orson Hyde.The Church voted to drop Thatcher from the Quorum in 1896 when he refused to sign "The Political Rule of the Church", a policy popularly known as the Mormon Political Manifesto, which required that Church officials obtain permission from the First Presidency before seeking to hold public office.Thatcher also testified before the Senate on behalf of controversial state senator and apostle Reed Smoot, himself a member of the Quorum of the Twelve.In addition to Thatcher's signature on the flyleaf, his name and Logan address are written on the front free endpaper verso in a different hand. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Colton's Map of the County of Westchester

      New York: G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co, 1890. unbound. Pocket map. Two color lithograph on bank note paper. Map measures 24.5" x 17.5". Original Wrapper measures 6.25" x 3.5" Beautiful pocket map of Westchester county in southern New York along the Hudson River. Includes parts of New York City, including the Bronx and northern Manhattan. Denotes townships, towns, major routes, railway lines, waterways and topographical details. Original cardboard wrapper and interior map in good condition and attached as issued. Some rips along fold lines. Minor stains over bottom margin. The Colton family was one the most prolific and successful publishers of maps and atlases in the United States. This is a wonderful example of one of their pocket maps.

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        Comic History of America 1890-MJ Ivers Rare early comic book-only copy?

      MJ Ivers 1890 - -Could this be the only copy to exist today? -Cool cover depicts Columbus wading ashore holding AMERICAN flag. -Humorous look at America's History using cartoon illustrations and text. -Is this the first incarnation of the graphic novel concept? -Over 120 years old (!!!!), low grade, pages browning and flaking on exterior edges. Tape on spine, no back cover. -Size is about 5 1/2" x 9". -Very rare! Condition: P

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        Officers' Quarters, Fort Douglas, Utah

      C.R. Savage, Photo [c.1890], Salt Lake City, UT - Cabinet Card [21 cm x 13 cm] Savage backstamp. Very good.

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        LES DAMNEES

      - Paris, E. Dentu éditeur, 1890. In-8 demi-maroquin rouge à coins, dos orné d'un beau décor mosaïqué avec personnage, masque et motif floral, couverture conservée, tête dorée, (t+158pp). Illustré par des dessins de Fernand Besnier, Henri Laissement et Émile BOURDELLE, gravés à l'eau-forte par Eugène Decisy et Ch. Massart. TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE, celui-ci n°5 sur Japon avec 2 états des gravures. Une tache noire sur un plat (minime) et quelques traces aux premiers feuillets blancs sinon très bon état de l'ensemble; les eaux-fortes sont splendides; belle reliure. Recueil de poésies bien tournées assez libres et scabreuses, parfois grivoises, parfois lestes et subtiles, parfois très sombres. "Lecteur, je suis de ceux que rien ne scandalise, et, puisque tu me lis, tu dois en être aussi! Je hante plus souvent d'autres lieux que l'Eglise."

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        Sult. Original udgave.

      1890 1890 - Kbhvn.: Philipsen 1890. [8] + 336 s. Indbundet i det originale auberginefarvet dekorerede hellærred. Gammelt navn på forsatsblad samt næstsidste blad. Bindet med lettere brugsspor.

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        The Golden Bough: A Study in Comparative Religion

      Macmillan and Company 1890 - First edition. Complete in two volumes. pp. xii, 409, (ii); 407 (i). Original green cloth with gilt lettering, black endpapers, missing tissue-guard of frontispiece. Good+ overall, but internally much better. Covers rubbed and boards a bit bumped. Head of volume one chipped, fraying of cloth along edges of spine, a few reading smudges on front pages. Volume two cover has a light dampstain, head worn, hinge split at front. The first appearance of the landmark study of religion and mythology across cultures. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gesammelte Romane und Novellen. 12 Bände.

      Berlin Deutsches Verlagshaus Emil Dominik und Fr[iedrich] Fontane [-]1891 1890-1891 - 8°. Mit Porträt in Photogravüre nach J. C. Schaarwächter. Blaue Orig.-Halbleinenbände mit Gold- und Schwarzprägung. W./G. 33. - Schobeß 44. - Rasch 161 und 174. - Erste Werkausgabe, Band III in einer Titelauflage bei Fontane & Co als »2. Auflage« herausgegeben. - Versammelt die »Berliner Romane« mit deren Herausgabe der Autor sich bereits Jahre zuvor befaßte: »Wird aber wohl nichts werden. Die reichen Buchhändler sind alle zu ?sittlich?« (Th. F. an M. Lazarus, 22. VIII. 1888). - Innendeckel mit Händlerschildchen: »R. Levi Buchhändler & Antiquar Calwerstrasse 25 Stuttgart«. - Die Einbände sind gering bestoßen und berieben. Hinterdeckel bei 2 Bänden mit leichten Wasserflecken. Herstellungsbedingt innen etwas gebräunt und teilw. Bindung gelockert. 2.500 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        GRANDE PHOTO 1890 PANORAMA DE NAGASAKI HARBOURG PANORAMIQUE JAPON JAPAN

      - GRANDE PHOTO 1890 PANORAMA DE NAGASAKI HARBOURG PANORAMIQUE JAPON JAPAN

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        The Nursery 'Alice'

      London: Macmillan, 1890. Nursery version of the classic story conceived to be read and 'cooed over' by younger readers. The two additional 'puzzle-pictures' or sketches that complement this copy are rare and precious examples of a game Carroll used to play with children - the object being to guess the animal before Carroll had finished drawing it. Such extempore amusements suggest that the famous author of Alice in Wonderland did not merely write for children, he actually liked them as well. Presentation copy of the first published edition - inscribed by Lewis Carroll on the half title - with two original ink puzzle-pictures by Lewis Carroll tipped in. Quarto, bound in original pictorial boards, preserved in a deep blue, folding, cloth box, 257 mm x 200 mm., 75 pages, colour frontispiece and 3 full-page colour illustrations, numerous illustrations throughout; water damage affecting pages at front and end, endpapers browned and corners worn, otherwise a very good copy.

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        La Galería Internacional Colección de cien cuadros escogidos de artistas antiguos y modernos.

      circa 1890. Ed. John C. Yorston y Cía editores. - Imp. George Barrie. . . 4 Vol. . 4 x 54 H. pp. Folio Imperial. Tela Editorial. Bellas Artes / Catálogos (Catálogo, Pintura, Teoría e historia del Arte), Grabados , Siglo XIX . Impresionante edición para este recorrido por la Historia de la Pintura a través de cien cuidadas reproducciones calcográficas de otros tantos cuadros de indiscutible relevancia. Muy bien conservado.

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        Sujets Religieux

      Paris: Fonderie Typographique Deberny & Cie., Rue de Hauteville, 58, 1890. Folio broadsheets (441 x 275 mm). 98 leaves, including title (with vignette) and 97 specimen leaves, the latter numbered at bottom (Sujets Religieux 1 (-97), containing approximately 2780 vignettes and ornaments, all but 70 with a printed stock number (see below) and price. Some marginal foxing, marginal tears to last leaf. Stab-stitched in original printed wrappers (soiled and torn, backstrip perished), illustrated with two of the large cuts included in the sample book.*** A very rare specialized specimen book by a major Paris typefoundry, produced for distribution to printers and publishers. Containing priced impressions of thousands of illustrations and ornaments, it constitutes a veritable visual encyclopedia of late nineteenth-century religious book illustration in France. Resembling wood-engravings, etchings, or line drawings, these process prints would have been produced by electrotype or etching combined with photography. The plates themselves were probably zinc. The over 2700 illustrations, vignettes and ornaments, ranging from large cuts and suites of thematically related illustrations to small ornaments, ornamental letters, or crosses, reproduce motifs from 16th- and 17th-century books as well as contemporary Romantic imagery. Grouped largely by theme or subject, there are cuts evoking books of hours, several suites showing priests performing the ceremonies of Mass (as in Mazot's Tableau de la Croix), dozens of God the Fathers (including the large vignette used on the title-page and wrappers), Virgins, Passion suites, Bishops, Saints, doves, pierced hearts, crucifixions, crosses, Veronica's veils, angels, eyes of Providence, IHS monograms, religious trophies, pilgrimage sites, church interiors, and memorials, to name a few of the themes. Sheets 3 to 8 contain 108 blocks illustrating the Bible, from the Creation through the Assumption of the Virgin; these and a long series of Saints are the only images with identifiying captions. Otherwise each impression bears only its stock number and usually the cost (ranging from 3 to 25 fr., but those not priced are 2 francs, as stated on a few sheets). Some cuts of the Biblical series are signed Laurent & Deberny; elsewhere a few illustrations are signed Deberny, and some that were produced from earlier wood engravings or polytpages bear the engravers' or artist's signatures (Lafond, Besnard, Lacoste). The Deberny firm traces its origins to a colorful crew, including Jean-Louis Duplat and none other than Honoré de Balzac. Duplat (1757-1827?), one of the first book illustrators to experiment with polytypage, a GRAPHIC PRINTING METHOD WHICH BORROWED ELEMENTS OF BOTH LITHOGRAPHY AND STEREOTYPE PRINTING, had formed a partnership with François Laurent (1818-1823) and the typefounder Joseph Gaspard Gillé, to start a typefounding enterprise. After Duplat's death, most of his material passed to Laurent. The latter became a partner in 1827 in the printing company which had been founded in 1826 or 1827 by Balzac and the typesetter André Barbier. Balzac's press was rescued from bankruptcy by his mistress Louise-Antoinette-Laure de Berny (1777-1836); the latter's son Alexandre de Berny, who took over the printing shop, partnered with Laurent until 1840, when he bought out the latter's share. At this time he contracted his name to "Deberny"; and in 1877 joined forces with Charles Tuleu, his illegitimate son, who ran the firm under the name Deberny & Compagnie until 1914. From 1889 to 1914 the firm resided at 58 rue de Hauteville. In 1923 it merged with Peignot, becoming Déberny-Peignot. At the bottom left of each sheet is a copyright note "Déposé - 90 - Déberny et Cie.", "90" possibly referring to the date. All of the vignettes and illustrations have printed stock numbers, and the main series, printed in numerical order, is from 14001 to 16168; but scattered among these are many smaller vignettes and ornaments from different number series, in 4 digits. These are not in numerical order, but are inserted thematically, and are often artfully arranged. By my count there are 543 vignettes outside the main numbering sequence; and sheet 91 has 70 small crosses which are identified by type size (and are priced at 1 franc each or 3 francs per series), making for a grand total of 2780 individual items. OCLC locates copies at the Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon and the BnF. The latter has 8 additional unnumbered sheets. A. Jammes, Collection de Specimens de Caracteres 1517-2004 (Paris 2006), no. 135 (this copy). On the history of the Deberny firm, see data.bnf.fr, and Rochester Institute of Technology, History of Deberny et Peignot (online, http://amgweb.rit.edu/dphist3.htm).

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        Souvenirs du baron de Barante, de l’Académie Française. 1782-1866, publiés par son petit-fils Claude de Barante.

      - Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 1890-1901. 8 forts volumes in-8, reliure janséniste de demi-maroquin bleu nuit, dos à 5 faux nerfs, couvertures conservées, exemplaire non rogné (rel. Laurenchet). Seule édition publiée de ces souvenirs fondamentaux pour l'histoire de la période. "Les souvenirs sont rédigés jusqu’à la fin de Restauration libérale sur laquelle ils constituent une source de premier ordre (crise de 1814-15, dissolution de la Chambre introuvable, formation des doctrinaires, ministère de 1819, chute de Decazes, rupture avec Serres, etc. Est ensuite publiée une abondante et précieuse correspondance avec Molé, Guizot, Rémusat, Royer-Collard, Broglie, Decazes, de Serre, Constant, Auguste de Staël, Talleyrand, etc. La qualité des lettres est digne de celle des correspondants". (Benoît Yvert, 'Libéralisme', n°156 qui cite Pierre Rosanvallon: "Ensemble très riche (.) Document essentiel sur le milieu doctrinaire"). (Bertier de Sauvigny, n°58. Fierro, n°67. Tulard, n°71). Quelques rousseurs éparses. Très belle reliure janséniste de maroquin noir. Exemplaire non rogné, couvertures conservées.

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        The Masque of the Red Death. [Braille]

      [N.p., Lexington: Printing House for the Blind, 1890. Title leaf and 18 leaves of Braille text, running head and 21 lines of text per leaf, with interlinear transcription in ink. 1 vols. Oblong 4to. Black card covers titled in red and silver gouache, tied with ribbons. Splits to cover stock, internally fine. Title leaf and 18 leaves of Braille text, running head and 21 lines of text per leaf, with interlinear transcription in ink. 1 vols. Oblong 4to. Braille book of Poe's celebrated tale of decadence, disease, and despair, here typed into Braille, with a summary list of works and a biographical note at end, concluding "His life was sad and bad, ending in a hospital where he died of delirium tremens".

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        Les épilepsies et les épileptiques

      Alcan, Paris 1890 - ____ Première édition. Illustrée par 12 planches hors-texte, 11 sont de véritables photographies sur papier (photoglypties), collées sur papier fort et 67 figures dans le texte. Pour la plupart ce sont des portraits de malades. Charles Féré (1852-1907) a débuté comme secrétaire et chef de laboratoire de Charcot. Il a été par la suite médecin aliéniste à Bicêtre. Dos décoloré, des rousseurs. Bon exemplaire. *-------* First edition. Illustrated by 12 plates whom 11 are mounted photographs and 67 engravings in-text. In-8. [240 x 150 mm] Collation : VII, 636 pp., 12 pl. h.-t. Demi-basane verte, dos à nerfs. (Reliure de l'époque.). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Sujets Religieux.

      Paris: Fonderie Typographique Deberny & Cie., Rue de Hauteville, 58, [ca. 1890]. Folio broadsheets (441 x 275 mm). 98 leaves, including title (with vignette) and 97 specimen leaves, the latter numbered at bottom (Sujets Religieux 1 (-97), containing approximately 2780 vignettes and ornaments, all but 70 with a printed stock number (see below) and price. Some marginal foxing, marginal tears to last leaf. Stab-stitched in original printed wrappers (soiled and torn, backstrip perished), illustrated with two of the large cuts included in the sample book.*** A very rare specialized specimen book by a major Paris typefoundry, produced for distribution to printers and publishers. Containing priced impressions of thousands of illustrations and ornaments, it constitutes a veritable visual encyclopedia of late nineteenth-century religious book illustration in France. Resembling wood-engravings, etchings, or line drawings, these process prints would have been produced by electrotype or etching combined with photography. The plates themselves were probably zinc. The over 2700 illustrations, vignettes and ornaments, ranging from large cuts and suites of thematically related illustrations to small ornaments, ornamental letters, or crosses, reproduce motifs from 16th- and 17th-century books as well as contemporary Romantic imagery. Grouped largely by theme or subject, there are cuts evoking books of hours, several suites showing priests performing the ceremonies of Mass (as in Mazot's Tableau de la Croix), dozens of God the Fathers (including the large vignette used on the title-page and wrappers), Virgins, Passion suites, Bishops, Saints, doves, pierced hearts, crucifixions, crosses, Veronica's veils, angels, eyes of Providence, IHS monograms, religious trophies, pilgrimage sites, church interiors, and memorials, to name a few of the themes. Sheets 3 to 8 contain 108 blocks illustrating the Bible, from the Creation through the Assumption of the Virgin; these and a long series of Saints are the only images with identifiying captions. Otherwise each impression bears only its stock number and usually the cost (ranging from 3 to 25 fr., but those not priced are 2 francs, as stated on a few sheets). Some cuts of the Biblical series are signed Laurent & Deberny; elsewhere a few illustrations are signed Deberny, and some that were produced from earlier wood engravings or polytpages bear the engravers' or artist's signatures (Lafond, Besnard, Lacoste). The Deberny firm traces its origins to a colorful crew, including Jean-Louis Duplat and none other than Honoré de Balzac. Duplat (1757-1827?), one of the first book illustrators to experiment with polytypage, a GRAPHIC PRINTING METHOD WHICH BORROWED ELEMENTS OF BOTH LITHOGRAPHY AND STEREOTYPE PRINTING, had formed a partnership with François Laurent (1818-1823) and the typefounder Joseph Gaspard Gillé, to start a typefounding enterprise. After Duplat's death, most of his material passed to Laurent. The latter became a partner in 1827 in the printing company which had been founded in 1826 or 1827 by Balzac and the typesetter André Barbier. Balzac's press was rescued from bankruptcy by his mistress Louise-Antoinette-Laure de Berny (1777-1836); the latter's son Alexandre de Berny, who took over the printing shop, partnered with Laurent until 1840, when he bought out the latter's share. At this time he contracted his name to "Deberny"; and in 1877 joined forces with Charles Tuleu, his illegitimate son, who ran the firm under the name Deberny & Compagnie until 1914. From 1889 to 1914 the firm resided at 58 rue de Hauteville. In 1923 it merged with Peignot, becoming Déberny-Peignot. At the bottom left of each sheet is a copyright note "Déposé - 90 - Déberny et Cie.", "90" possibly referring to the date. All of the vignettes and illustrations have printed stock numbers, and the main series, printed in numerical order, is from 14001 to 16168; but scattered among these are many smaller vignettes and ornaments from different number series, in 4 digits. These are not in numerical order, but are inserted thematically, and are often artfully arranged. By my count there are 543 vignettes outside the main numbering sequence; and sheet 91 has 70 small crosses which are identified by type size (and are priced at 1 franc each or 3 francs per series), making for a grand total of 2780 individual items. OCLC locates copies at the Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon and the BnF. The latter has 8 additional unnumbered sheets. A. Jammes, Collection de Specimens de Caracteres 1517-2004 (Paris 2006), no. 135 (this copy). On the history of the Deberny firm, see data.bnf.fr, and Rochester Institute of Technology, History of Deberny et Peignot (online, http://amgweb.rit.edu/dphist3.htm).

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        The Poetical Works and Other Writings of John Keats

      London: Reeves & Turner, 1883 [and 1890]. 366 + 573 + 387 + 493 + 201 pp. four volumes plus the supplemental volume, five volumes in all. In volume one the hinges is split and there is a modest bit of wear overall but still a presentable set. This set bears Watts-Dunton's bookplate and is extensively annotated, presumeably by him. There are 202 pages that have annotations for a total of 8521 words. Twenty-one pages have a hundred or more words of pencil notes on them. Watts-Dunton was a close friend to a number of poets and writers of the time, including Rosetti, George Borrow, William Morris, Swinburne, and Tennyson. Swinburne came to "The Pines" in 1879 and lived there with Watts-Dunton until his death in 1909. Twenty-one pages have a hundred or more words of pencil notes on them. Watts-Dunton was a close friend to a number of poets and writers of the time, including Rosetti, George Borrow, William Morris, Swinburne, and Tennyson. Swinburne came to "The Pines" in 1879 and lived there with Watts-Dunton until his death in 1909.

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        The Nursery Alice

      London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1890 [1896]. Tall octavo. Original white cloth-backed white pictorial boards designed by E. Gertrude Thomson, title to front cover red and black. Colour frontispiece with tissue-guard and 19 colour illustrations after John Tenniel. Contemporary school prize plate (The King's High School for Girls, Warwick) to front pastedown. Bookseller's stamp to head of front free endpaper. Slight wear to extremities, foxing to covers and endpapers; an excellent copy. Second edition (the first published in the UK), second issue, re-priced at one shilling on the title page. The original printing of this condensed version of Alice for younger readers was discarded by Dodgson in much the same way as its 1865 predecessor. Dodgson rejected the entire first edition of 10,000 copies in 1889, which was printed on toned paper, on the grounds that the pictures were "far too bright and gaudy". The first 4,000 rejected sheets were sent to America for publication under the imprint of Macmillan & Co. of New York, and a second edition of 10,000 copies was prepared, dated 1890, and priced four shillings. The most notable alteration between the first and second editions is the printing of the sheets on white rather than toned paper and the change to the illustration of Alice and the Cheshire Cat on p. 34, removing Alice's profile. Following slow sales, it was re-issued priced one shilling in 1896 (though not dated as such).

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        THE AZTEC TREASURE-HOUSE: A ROMANCE OF CONTEMPORANEOUS ANTIQUITY ..

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1890.. Octavo, pp. [i-vii] viii [xi-xii] [13] 14-446 [447-448: ads] [note: first leaf is a blank], fly leaves at front and rear, nineteen inserted plates with illustrations by Frederick Remington, original decorated gray-green cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold. First edition. Adventure novel in which an American archeologist finds a surviving remnant of the Aztec empire in Central America. "An attempt to write a serious adult adventure story on the concept of surviving Aztec antiquities." - Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 1181. Alluding to William Dean Howells, famous as the chief proponent of the new school of realism in American literature, one contemporary reviewer wrote, "Mr. Janvier has produced a rattling, galloping romance of the sort that must fill Mr. Howells's soul with bitterness ... Mr. Janvier may now be hailed as the American Haggard ... Moreover he is a literary workman of another and higher order than the biographer of Quatermain ..." - Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, December, 1890, p. 865. Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 2-100 and (1981) 1-107. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 447. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 122. In 333. Blanck, Peter Parley to Penrod, p. 145 (borderline selection). Wright (III) 1941. BAL 10841. Cloth a bit rubbed at spine ends and corner tips, a nearly fine, very bright copy. Tipped in is a two-page autograph letter signed (ALs) dated 5 June 1894 from Janvier to Richard Watson Gilder, editor of CENTURY MAGAZINE and one of the key literary figures of the period, in which Janvier declines what was apparently a writing assignment from Gilder to provide some sort of travel sketch on Provence, stating that he preferred to go there "at our own expense" and "will write what I want to write-and the issue shall remain with God!" In passing, he explains his reasons for demanding high pay and his dislike of literary syndication. An interesting letter. The book is housed in a custom quarter red morocco and red cloth slipcase with spine panel elaborately tooled and lettered in gold. A pleasing copy of a handsome book. (#149644)

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        A SELECT LIBRARY OF NICENE AND POST-NICENE FATHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

      JAMES PARKER, 1890. INGLESE 28 Quattordici volumi,tutti rilegati con coperte rigide verdi e titoli e fregi in oro ai dorso.Le coperte si presentano con segni del tempo e usure,parti delle coperte risultano anche leggermente scolorite.Il volume IV ha le prime pagine,compreso frontespizio, mancantie la coperta staccata dalla legatura,mentre il primo volume ha il piatto posteriore distaccato dal dorso.Alcuni frontespizi hanno un quadrato nell'angolo mancate,e timbri ex biblioteca.Pagine brunite dal tempo e legatura lenta.Tracce di fioritura. USATO

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        Flirt. Avec 1 LAS.

      Paris, Boussod, Valadon et Cie. 1890 - Illustré par Madame Madeleine Lemaire. 37 compositions. (Complet & Contrôlé). ÉDITION ORIGINALE. Paris, Boussod, Valadon et Cie. 1890 - 213 pages et Table des illustrations. Exemplaire caviarisé d'une Lettre Autographe Signée de l'auteur du 5 octobre 1895. Reliure demi maroquin rouge à coins. Dos à nerfs aux titre, auteur et date en pied dorés. Tête dorée sur témoins, non rogné. 2 coins émoussés. Quelques frottements. Pas de rousseur. Bon état. Format in-4°(32x25). 1ère Edition Dédicacé par l'auteur [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A. D. 2000

      Chicago: Laird & Lee Publishers, 1890.. Octavo, pp. [1-8] 9-415 [416: ad] [note: first leaf is a half title leaf], fifteen inserted plates with illustrations by W. Bretsnyder, original decorated navy blue bevel-edged cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold, headbands, no flyleaves, brown coated endpapers. First edition. Published in paper wrappers as Laird & Lee's "Library of Choice Fiction," number 8 at 50¢, and in cloth (as here) at $1. There were two hardbound issues (printings?) of this book (priority unknown) with title pages dated 1890 (later reprints have no dates printed on the title page), one variant with page [416] blank and no half title leaf, the other with an advertisement for Gautier's Mademoiselle de Maupin on page [416] and a half title leaf; this being the variant with the half title leaf and with the advertisement on page [416]. An interesting novel, with many elements of super science, set in the United States of 2000 A. D. The technological climax of the book is the conquest of the North Pole. Many parallels to Bellamy's LOOKING BACKWARD, but particularly sketchy with regard to economics. In his preface Fuller comments that "lest originality of title and theme be denied, it is but justice to myself to state that both were assumed in November, 1887." For a lengthy discussion of this novel see Ben Fuson, "Three Kansas Utopian Novels of 1890," Extrapolation, 12 (December 1970), 7-24. Also see Clareson, The Emergence of American Science Fiction: 1880-1915, pp. 290-92 who notes that this book "introduces [the natural disaster motif] into American science fiction ..." Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 2-78 and (1981) 1-76. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 821. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 315. Lewis, Utopian Literature, p. 68. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 87. Negley, Utopian Literature: A Bibliography 398. Roemer, The Obsolete Necessity, pp. 188-89. Rooney, Dreams and Visions: A Study of American Utopias, 1865-1917, p. 188. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, pp. 84-5. Bleiler (1978), p. 78. Reginald 05684. Hairline cracks along inner front hinge, partial hairline cracks along inner rear hinge, both hinges still holding tight, faint book store stamp to front free endpaper, mild rubbing to spine ends and corner tips, lettering on spine panel dull, a nearly fine copy. A superior copy of this book. (#137078)

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        Mährchenspiel Schneewittchen

      Mainz: Jos. Scholz, 1890. Cöster, Mathilde. Four stand-up scenes with forty-five die-cut paper figures, which can be used to stage the fairy tale of Snow White. The pieces include thirteen two-sided figures for our major players, including Snow White, the Seven Dwarves, Prince Charming, and the Evil Queen; six additional one-sided figures for minor characters; five hats and hairpieces; three costumes; and eighteen smaller animals and objects. Each of the four scenes is crafted from multiple layers of paper, which create convenient slots for positioning characters. The scenes can be propped up using the ribbon-reinforced easel stand on the back. A single-page sheet suggests twelve example scenes; for easy legibility, the die-cut pieces are printed in red and the background in black. A four-page text insert offers an introduction and written instructions. Housed in a box with a pictorial chromolithographed label to the top and gilt edge decorations. Inside the bottom of the box is what looks like a pair of wooden doors made of paper that are hinged and open to reveal a space for storing the figures when they are not in use. The inside cover of the box is stamped with the logo of Vetter's Magazin für Jugend-Beschäftigungen. Expected wear to box, some gilt trim loss, prop on the back of one scene loose, else a fine set.

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        Tierleben. Allgemeine Kunde des Tierreichs. Neubearbeitete Auflage von Eduard Pechuel-Loesche, Eduard.

      Lpz./Wien, Bibliographisches Institut 1890-1893.. 3., gänzlich neubearb. Aufl. 10 Bde. u. Gesamt-Register-Bd. (Zus. 11 Bde. komplett!) Lex.-8°. insg. ca. 7000 S. Mit 1800 Abb. im Text, 9 Karten u. 180 Taf. (davon 99 Taf in Chromolithogr.) OHLdr. je Bd. m. 1 goldgepr. roten Rückensch. Kanten berieb. Namenstempel a. d. Vortit., sonst in sehr gutem Zustand. Nissen IVB 138 - 1. Bd.: Säugetiere I. 2. Bd.: Säugetiere II. 3. Bd.: Säugetiere III. 4. Bd. Vögel: Baumvögel. 5. Bd.: Vögel: Baumvögel, Papageien etc. 6. Bd.: Vögel: Suchvögel etc. 7. B d.: Kriechtiere und Lurche. 8. Bd.: Fische. 9. Bd.: Insekten. 10. Bd.: Niedere Tiere. - Jeder Bd. enthält ein Autoren- u. Sachregister. Dazu: Gesamt-Register zu Brehms Tierleben. 179 S., 2 Bll. OLn.

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        Gesamtansicht der Zellstofffabrik aus halber Vogelschau mit Blick auf Waldhof; im Vordergrund Dampfschiff, Frachtschiffe und Flösser auf dem Rhein ('Zellstofffabrik Waldhof a/ Rhein Bei Mannheim').

      - getönte Lithographie v. Ch. Seitz in Mannheim, um 1890, 49 x 72

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        Privates Album mit 99 Cartes des Visites. [Beinhaltet: [Franz Karl Erzherzog von Österreich und Sophie Friederike von Bayern, an einem Tisch sitzend] (L. Angerer, Wien); Princess Alice; Porträtaufnahmen aus der Schönheitsgalerie Ludwig I. von Bayern - Alexandra Amalie von Bayern, Marianna Marquesa Florenzy (Florenzi), Auguste Ferd. Prinzessin von Bayern, Therese Spence, Isabella Gräfin von Tauffkirchen-Engelberg, Josepha Conti, Rosalie Julie von Bonar, Caroline von Waldbott-Bassenheim, Caroline Lizius, Wilhelmine Sulzer, Elise List, Mathilde von Jordan, Amalia von Lerchenfeld (von Krüdener), Charlotte von Hagn, Antoinetta Cornelia Vetterlein, Ludovika Freyin von Neubeck, Emilie Milbank, Antonie Wallinger, Helene Sedlmayr, Regina Daxenberger

      [Wien?], -, zwischen 1870 - 1890 (?). - Priv. Ld. der Zeit, mit einer eingelassenen ovalen Porträtphotographie. Neben den genannten Fotographen sind folgende vertreten: Philipp Hoff, Frankfurt; J. Löwy, Wien; Atelier Adèle, Wien; Fritz Luckhardt, Wien; Dr. Szèkely, Wien; Emil Rabending, Wien; Julius Gertinger, Wien; Loescher & Petsch, Berlin; J. Lafranchini, Wien; E. Bieber, Hamburg; Constantin, Wien. - Angestaubt, Papierrahmen m. Läsuren, CdV's tlw. etw. stockfleckig, leichte Gbrsp., Prägestempel, tlw. hds. Titeleien auf den CdV's, Ebd. berieben, die Schließen fehlen sowie eine der Metallbefestigungen. Ein Rahmen im Album ist leer. - Ein Querschnitt durch die Frauenideale des 19. Jahrhunderts mit den 36 Porträts aus der Schönheitengalerie Ludwig I. aus Nymphenburg.

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        Memorials of Stepney Parish; that is to say the Vestry Minutes from 1579 to 1662.to which is added a Reprint of Gascoyne?s Map of the Parish, 1703, with introduction and index.

      Guildford: Printed for the Subscribers by Billing and Son, 1890 - 91. - 4to. pp. xviii, 275, 1* - 8* [index to the map]; 3 illustrations; 3 sheet folding map in rear pocket [some tears along the folds]. Bound from the parts in contemporary half cloth, retaining all the printed wrappers. Scarce. Only 250 ordinary and 75 Large Paper copies were published. Gascoyne?s map is important as the first map to fully document the streets and ways of Stepney and was used as a guide for subsequent maps of the capital. The original edition of 1703 was commissioned by the churchwardens and used by them whilst going about their business. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Die Legende vom weltverkommenen Sonka.

      Gr.-8. 40(4) S. OPappbd. m. lithogr. Einbandzeichnung u. Vorsatzillustr. (von Artur Berger). Rücken erneuert, Einbd. gebräunt u. stellenw. (v.a. Deckelkanten) stärker berieben, Ecken bestoßen, Widm. auf Schmutztit., papierbed. gebräunt. Raabe/Hannich-B. 282.7 Serke S. 466 und Abb. S. 354. Exemplar der Normalausgabe. Erste Ausgabe der Gedichtsammlung, mit der Hugo Sonnenschein sein Pseudonym Sonka etablierte. - Der expressionistische Lyriker und Schriftsteller Hugo Sonnenschein (1890-1953) war Mitbegründer der tschechischen KP, wurde aber 1927 als Trotzkist wegen seiner kritischen Haltung gegenüber Stalin aus der Partei ausgeschlossen. 1945 aus dem Konzentrationslager Ausschwitz befreit, wurde er 1947 von den Stalinisten aufgrund gefälschter Beweise als angebl. Kollaborateur der Nationalsozialisten zu 20 Jahren Zuchthaus verurteilt, in dem er 1953 starb.

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        The Chinese Classics. Vol. V.- Parts I and II. The Ch'un Ts'ew, with The Tso Chuen. [Two volumes]: Part I containing Dukes Yin, Hwan, Chwang, Min, He, Wan, Seuen and Ch'ing; and the Prolegomena. Part II containing Dukes Seang, Ch'aou, Ting, and Gae, with Tso's appendix; and the indexes. With a translation, critical and exegetical notes, prolegomena, and copious indexes.

      [1890?], London Henry Frowde; printed in Hong Kong at the London Missionary Society's Printing Office 1890 - HEAVY SET, Weighs 3.5 kg packed. Shipping quoted on request. A very good set in original cloth. Very minor wear to spines. Top and fore-edge spotted. First London edition [?] Two volumes, pp.x, 147, 410, large folding map, coloured in outline; (411)-933.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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        Origines de l'école de cavalerie et de ses traditions équestres

      First Edition.Half cloth bindings fir, smooth back, parts of title sheepskin tan, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, first boards lined with coverage gaps and angular preserved, modern binding.Illustrated book of 52 full-page engravings.Some small foxing. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! S. Milon & fils Saumur s.d. (1890) 19,5x28,5cm 2 volumes reliés

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        Van der Zypen & Charlier. - Eisenbahnwagen und Maschinenfabrik.

      Köln-Deutz, Van der Zypen & Charlier 1890.. 1 kalligraphiertes Widmungsblatt von Jakob Scheiner (sign.) an den Otto von Bismarck, 1 aus 3 Fotografien zusammengesetztes Panorama und 80 Fotografien auf lithograph. Trägerkartons mit zusätzlicher handschriftlicher Bezeichnung in roter Tinte (Bildgröße 11:16,5 cm, Panorama auf mit Leinen hinterlegtem Trägerkarton). In 2 Orig.-Ledermappen mit goldgeprägtem Deckeltitel. 21,5 x 23 cm. Die 1845 in Köln-Deutz gegründete Eisenbahnwagen- und Maschinenfabrik van der Zypen & Charlier zählte zu den bedeutendsten Unternehmen dieser Art in Europa. Die Fotos mit Darstellungen von Personen-, Salon- und Schlafwagen, offenen und gedeckten Güterwagen sowie Kessel- und Kranwagen; hergestellt für Eisenbahnen in Argentinien, Belgien, Brasilien, Dänemark, Frankreich, Indien, Italien, Japan, Niederlande, Ostafrika, Paraguay, Rumänien, Russland, Spanien und Venezuela. Das Panorama zeigt die Fabrikanlagen nach einem Gemälde des Landschaftsmalers Jakob Scheiner (1821-1911), der auch das Widmungsblatt an Fürst Bismarck kalligraphierte. Die Widmung ist von den Firmeninhabern Julius und Eugen van der Zypen, Max und Paul Charlier und Franz Schulz unterzeichnet. - Trägerkartons meist etwas gewellt und leicht stockfleckig, Fotos etwas verblasst und oft weißfleckig.

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        An illustrated monograph of the British Hieracia

      London : The author, 1890. First Edition. Very good copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. Remains quite well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Physical description; 69, [1] p. : 24 col. pl. ; 39 cm. Notes;Custom gilt-blocked clam-shell case.Cover-title. No more published. p. [33-36] not published. Subjects; Hieracia. Great Britain. Genre; Illustrated.

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        The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies: Edited by Sheridan Ford

      Antwerp (New York): Frederick Stokes & Brother, 1890. First pirated edition. Hardcover. Orig. drab gray wrappers lettered in red. Near fine in fine red cloth chemise in quarter red morocco, matching red cloth slipcase, spine lettered in gilt. Whistler, James McNeill. 256 (2) pages. Ford was hired by Whistler to edited this collection but at the eve of publication Whistler decided to edited the work himself. Perhaps feeling slighted Ford published his version, printed in Antwerp with the imprint of American publisher Stokes, without the permission or either Stokes or Whistler. Two bookplates, one gilt decorated of Jean Hersholt with his signature at head plus his book label in chemise (From the library of Jean Hersholt No. W.47). Chemise also carries two bookplates: "Swinburne Collection of Evelyn and Lowell Kerr and book label of Kenneth A. Lohf. Interior clean.

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        THE WITCH'S CAVERN. A REALISTIC AND THRILLING PICTURE OF LONDON SOCIETY. By "One Who Knows" [pseudonym]

      New York: The Minerva Publishing Company, 48 University Place, 1890.. Octavo, pp. [3-4] 5-336 [337-338] [note: text complete despite gap in pagination], original pictorial light gray-green cloth, front panel stamped in black, spine panel stamped in black and silver. First U.S. edition. The UK edition was published the same year in London by Trischler & Company as THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE; OR, THE WITCH'S CAVERN by "Anonymous." To date, no copies of the UK edition, other than those with "second thousand" printed on the title page, have been located. While the UK edition is fairly common (COPAC records 2; OCLC lists 11), this U.S. edition rare (no copies recorded by COPAC or OCLC). This Minerva edition was probably published in paper as well as in cloth, but this is not certain; the book is not listed in THE AMERICAN CATALOGUE. According to John Clute, Watson's novel is "a surprisingly adventurous and invention-filled speculation set in the far future" (Clute and Nicholls [eds], The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction [1993], p. 777). "Science fiction novel in which a student of a scientifically advanced Australia of 2990 undertakes an expedition to barbaric England and, while there, finds himself transported back to a time when England was still a going concern." - Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 18 (recording a UK copy marked "second thousand;" see his note). Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 967. Clarke, Tale of the Future (1978), p. 15. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, p. 88. Suvin, Victorian Science Fiction in the UK, p. 42. Bleiler (1978), p. 89. Reginald 14917. Not in Larnach or Blackford, et al. Early owner's name and address in pencil on the front free endpaper. Cloth lightly worn at spine ends and corner tips, couple of tiny, pulpy text paper tanned but quite supple, partial hairline crack along inner front hinge which is still quite sound, a bright, very good copy. A nice copy of this cheaply made book, (#156866)

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        La Céramique Moderne par Le Grand Dépot.

      Paris, 1890. 10 x 14. Color title page, 55 color lithographed plates of porcelain and faience, each with a facing of description and prices; 47 monochrome plates of glassware; 15 pages of text by Louis Enalt. There is no plate 25, and none called for in the Table. Publisher's dark blue pebbled cloth, titled in gilt on upper cover. Old wear to the binding; very good. Very scarce trade catalogue with exquisite chromolithographs by Charles Verneau--the famous Parisian printer of color lithographed posters. Each color plate displays about a dozen pieces of faience or porcelain, each labeled for its use (pot a crème, coquetier, moutardier, ravier, etc.) A valuable record of carriage-trade table settings, serving pieces, tea & coffee sets; chamber pots, foot baths, pitchers, & other items for the toilette. All in a great variety of designs and styles.

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        Emma 2 volume set

      DIAL PRESS 1890 CIRCA, NY - volume 1 has 318 pgs, volume 2 has 311 pgs, with a note by R. Brimley Johnson, 3/4 leather spine & corners, gilt decorated spine, marbled boards and endpages, beautiful pastel frontispiece, tipped in plates DATE PUBLISHED: 1890 CIRCA EDITION: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Problems of Greater Britain.

      London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1890. 2 volumes, octavo (215 x 138 mm). Contemporary green crushed half morocco by Birdsall, flat bands to spines, compartments lettered and decorated in gilt, green cloth sides, top edges gilt, marbled endpapers. 5 folding colour maps. Spine-ends lightly rubbed, tips bumped and worn, small nick to fore edge of vol. 2 front board, mild spotting to edges, prelims and endleaves, these flaws minor: a very good copy. First edition, an interesting association copy, with the engraved bookplate of Pandeli Ralli (1845-1928), Liberal member of parliament (for Bridport, 1875-80, then Wallingford until 1885), member of the famous Greek merchant family, and longtime confidant of Lord Kitchener, to the front pastedowns. Dilke's essay on imperial defence, which predicted the threat to an increasingly overstretched British Empire posed by the growing military strength of the European powers; the title echoes that of his most popular work, Greater Britain, an account of a year-long tour of the colonies undertaken as a young man, and an influential apology for empire. In 1904, as Liberal member of parliament for the Forest of Dean, he founded the committee of imperial defence.

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        Cabinet card photograph of a Ute tribal policeman

      Winfield, Kansas, 1890. Very good. Photograph measures approximately 3 7/8" x 5 5/8"; card is 4 1/4" x 6 1/2". The image shows a very well-dressed Native American policeman wearing his U.S. Indian Police (USPI) badge on a vest accented with fur pelts. The vest is worn over a striped trade shirt. He is also wearing beaded pants and moccasins as well as a jeweled ring and what appear to be silver armbands. The image has been captioned in the negative, "Dick U.S. Police" and a pencil annotation on the reverse of the card reads, "He was a police with the Ute tribe." Nice image. Minor soiling. After the use of Indians to police the reservations was first tried with success by John Clum, agent of the Apaches on the San Carlos Reservation, Commissioner of Indian Affairs Ezra A. Hayt recommended the general adoption of an Indian police force in his annual report of 1877. Congress approved and authorized the hiring of 480 Native American police officers in 1878 and upped the total to 900 in 1879. (See Prucha's Documents on United States Indian Policy and U.S. Statutes at Large, 20:86, 315.) Some have suggested that many USIP officers were given Deputy U.S. Marshal commissions that allowed them to cross jurisdictional boundaries and also to arrest non-Indians. David Rodocker first opened a studio in Winfield, Kansas in 1871 and traveled throughout the west taking photos in 1877, 1880, and from 1887 to 1894. Very scarce; as of 2017, only three other images of a Native American policeman are found in auction records. One of those images was identical to this one and it identified the policeman as "Dick Wass" of the "Unitah & Ouray Utah Indian Police.".

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        Die kunst- und kulturgeschichtlichen Denkmale des deutschen Kaisers Adolf von Nassau.

      Dieses interessante und tolle Buch von Marabini ist 1890 erschienen. Es sind die kunst- und kulturgeschichtlichen Denkmale des deutschen Kaisers Adolf von Nassau. Eine Erinnerungsschrift an den 600. Jahrestag seines Heldentodes. Auf der ersten Seite ist eine Widmung vom Autor Edmund Marabini eingetragen . Außerdem sind zwei Bilder vom Autor beiliegend. Die Marbinis waren eine der ältesten bayerischen Artillerie-Offiziers- Familien!!

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        ALBUM FIN XIX°ORFEVRERIE BIJOUX JOAILLERIE ALGERIENNE arabe 1890

      - ALBUM FIN XIX°ORFEVRERIE BIJOUX JOAILLERIE ALGERIENNE arabe 1890

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