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        Die österreichisch-ungarische Monarchie in Wort und Bild. Auf Anregung und unter Mitwirkung weiland Seiner kaiserl. und königl. Hoheit des durchlauchtigsten Kronprinzen Erzherzog Rudolf begonnen, fortgesetzt unter dem Protectorate Ihrer kaiserl. und königl. Hoheit der durchlauchtigsten Frau Kronprinzessin-Witwe Erzherzogin Stephanie.

      Wien, k.k Hof- u. Staatsdruckerei, ca. 1887-1894. - 24 Bde. Pag. OHld. Schöne Expl., leicht stockfleckig, leichte Gbrsp.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
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      London: Tower Publishing Company Limited, 1894.. Octavo, pp. [1-3] 4-11 [12] 13-330 [331-332: ads] [note: signature 23, two conjugate leaves, is an insert], twenty full-page illustrations by Cyril Field and T. S. C. Crowther of which eight are inserted and twelve are integral to text leaves, one facsimile, numerous maps, several full-page, original pictorial olive-green cloth, front panel and spine panels stamped in orange and black. First edition. French and Russian troops invade England and are defeated. Le Queux was a "tireless exploiter of any scare or anxiety that would 'make a story.' Most of the war fiction he produced was extraordinarily successful, partly because he chose to write on matters of great national concern and partly because his handling of his themes never rose above the level set by the new mass newspapers. A notable example is to be found in the history of his first really profitable venture, THE GREAT WAR IN ENGLAND IN 1897, which first appeared as a serial in ANSWERS during the war scare of 1893. Then, having helped to increase the circulation of ANSWERS, it came out as a book in 1894 with a preface by Lord Roberts. It sold five editions in the first four weeks of publication; and it drew letters of commendation from the Duke of Connaught, Lord Wolseley, and other eminent personages. By 1899 it had gone through sixteen editions and had been accorded leading articles in the Paris Figaro, the Rome Opinione, and the Secolo of Milan." - Clarke, Voices (1992), p. 58. Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 2-104; (1981) 1-113; (1987) 1-57; and (1995) 1-57. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 1330. Clarke, Tale of the Future (1978), p. 20. Clarke, Voices Prophesying War: Future Wars 1763-3749 (1992), p. 229. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 501. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 138. Suvin, Victorian Science Fiction in the UK, p. 85. Bleiler (1978), p. 122. Reginald 08922. Armorial bookplate of Donald Watson affixed to front paste-down. Cloth lightly rubbed at spine ends, corner tips and along rear joint, some soiling and faint scratching to rear panel, several small spots on spine panel, a bright, tight, very good copy with a very clean and attractive front panel. A superior copy of this handsome book. The first edition is very uncommon. (#149726)

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        Othello - Drame Lyrique en Quatre Actes par Arrigo Boito - Giuseppe Verdi

      Ricordi & C. - Paris 1894 - Vocal score, PN51635, 4ff., 366 pages, French text, blind stamped 10/1894. Ownership dated Oct 31st, 1894 (19 days after the Paris premiere), a fine copy. Original boards. First edition of the second version, Hopkinson 63B. This is a special version of the opera made by Verdi for the Paris Opera, where it was given on October 12th, 1894. First edition to contain Act III ballet music composed by Verdi for the production and it also includes other revisions made by the composer. Size is 8.5 x 11 inches. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Tamino Autographs]
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        Choix de Fables de La Fontaine: Illustrees par un Groupe des Meilleurs Artistes de Tokyo

      Imprimerie de Tsoukidji-Tokio, S. Magata, Tokyo 1894 - 2 v., bound in one. Fine quarter-morocco binding, Japanese-style motifs to spine. A few scrapes and some minor wear to spine, a little abrasion to board edges. Slight foxing to text-block edges. Marbled endpapers. Original wrappers bound-in, each stamped `E. Flammarion, Editeur` on lower margin. Filled with beautiful double-page colour woodblock-printed plates, along with many black and white vignettes. Very occasional minor browning/foxing, otherwise in very nice condition . Japanese fukuro-toji binding. Text in French, colophon in Japanese. First edition, hiragami-bon [plain paper ed.]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kagerou Bunko (ABAJ, ILAB)]
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        Ausgestreckt auf dem Boden liegender Mädchenakt, zwei weitere Mädchenakte hocken neben ihrem Kopf.

      - Lithographie, auf chamoisfarbenem China, signiert. Darstellungsgröße 16,5:30,7 cm, Blattgröße 21,5:32,8 cm. – Linke untere und rechte obere Ecke etwas knickfaltig. Deutlich wird hier Teichmanns Nähe zur Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts einsetzenden Lebensreform-Bewegung und der in diesem Zusammenhang propagierten Freikörperkultur. Ida Teichmann studierte 1894-1897 Porträtmalerei in Frankfurt am Main bei J. Welsch (1832-1899). 1897/1898 hielt sie sich für einen längeren Zeitraum in Manchester auf. 1902 reiste sie nach Neapel, anschließend kehrte sie in ihre Geburtsstadt zurück. Bis 1911 malte sie in Öl Akte, Bildnisse und Interieurs. Dann betätigte sie sich ausschließlich als Zeichnerin und Graphikerin, Hauptmotiv waren Mädchenakte. Zeichnungen und Lithographien von ihr befinden sich in den Graphischen Sammlungen von Dresden und München.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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      London: Methuen & Co., 1894.. Octavo, pp. [i-v] vi [vii-viii] [1] 2-328 + 32-page publisher's catalogue dated "October 1894" inserted at rear, original red cloth, spine panel stamped in gold, all edges untrimmed. First edition. 6000 copies printed. This collection includes two fantasy tales, "Lot No. 249," featuring a reanimated mummy, and "The Los Amigos Fiasco," in which an attempt to electrocute a criminal creates a superhuman prisoner who cannot be killed. This collection began as a series of eight stories commissioned by Jerome K. Jerome for his IDLER MAGAZINE, but, of the eight, only three appeared there, the other five having been rejected for being too "realistic" (which, as a term of literary criticism in this period, usually means horrific, morbid, or downright depraved). In his preface, Doyle notes that a red lamp "is the usual sign of a general practitioner in England." He defends the emphasis in these stories on "the graver side of life," and compares their action on the reader to a tonic, "bitter to the taste but bracing in the result." Barron (ed), Horror Literature 2-20. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 553. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 610. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3-74. Bleiler (1978), p. 63. Green and Gibson A16a. Wolff 1915. Hint of fading to spine panel, tine, faint vertical stain to rear cover near outer joint from a nasty old plastic book "protector," some scattered light foxing, mainly to endpapers, else a near fine, bright copy. (#147308)

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      ULRICO HOEPLI, 1894. ITALIANO 0,18 Volume privo di coperta, frontespizio ingiallito, con fioritura e traccia di umidità, con 26 tavole e 6 figure nel testo, pagine uniformemente ingiallite e con lieve fioritura, all'ultima bianca firma appartenenza e traccia di umidità, tagli rossi USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

      George Newnes, London 1894 - The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, by Arthur Conan Doyle,First edition.George Newnes, London 1894,A very good first edition of this classic Conan Doyle publication. A first edition with Sidney Payne's iconic black and white illustrations throughout the text. This collection of Sherlock Holmes stories contains "The Final Problem" where Sherlock Holmes was resurrected from the Reichenbach Falls. The book contains the infamous frontispiece illustration titled "The Death of Sherlock Holmes". Original blue cloth boards with beveled edges. Gilt titles on the spine and front cover with black " The Strand Library" illustration. Gilt edges . Chipping and wear to the edges of the boards and spine ends. Rubbing on the spine. The front hinge has been repaired. Very light foxing. Page 98/99 is browned. 8vo 279 printed pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rare And Antique Books PBFA]
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        Pomologie des Praktischen Obstbaumzüchters.Stuttgart, A. Jung, 1894. Large 8vo. With 102 chromo-lithographs of different types of fruit, some finished with arabic gum. Three-quarter morocco, title gold-stamped on front cover, spine richly gilt.

      Junk, Bibl. Bot. 6632; not in any of the other major botanical bibliographies. Attractively illustrated handbook for the cultivation of fruit by Nicolas Gaucher. There are 25 types of apples, 47 pears, 1 apricot, 7 cherries, 10 peaches, 8 plums, 2 red and white currants and 2 gooseberries. Fine copy.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        Knorrige Bäume in der Landschaft. Ölgemälde auf Platte, alt gerahmt.

      1894 - Bildmaß: 36 x 29 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), aufwendig gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 50 x 42,5 cm ). Das Bild links unten mit *Ad. Glatte* signiert und mit 1894 datiert. Am Rahmen zum Bildunterrand mit montierter Metallplakette * Adolph Glatte, 1866 - 1920 *. Das Bild von guter Erhaltung, der Rahmen gering bestoßen. ( Literatur: Thieme-Becker, Band XIV, Seite 242 ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        Les RACES CHEVALINES avec une étude spéciale sur les chevaux Russes.

      S.D. (1894), Librairie Agricole De La Maison Rustique - Fort in-4 carré ( 270 X 205 mm ) de 316 pages, demi-chagrin fauve à coins dos à nerfs orné de têtes de cheval dorées dans les caissons, plats ornés de décors estampés en noir, tête dorée ( Reliure de l'éditeur ). 32 Planches sous serpentes en Chromolithographie d'après les aquarelles De M. SAMOKISCH et de M. BOUNINE, et 70 photogravures d'après les dessins de M. SAMOKISCH. Très bel exemplaire, très pur. Condition rare. Cheval Hippologie Dressage Equitation

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        Traité des maladies mentales

      1894 - VIII-856 p. Paris, J.B. Baillière et fils, 1894, in-8, VIII-856 p, demi-chagrin rouge de l'époque, dos à nerfs, 42 figures et une carte in texte. Troisième édition. Henri Dagonet (1823-1902) fut médecin en chef de l'asile de Stephansfeld, puis professeur agrégé à la Faculté de médecine de Strasbourg, chargé d'enseignement sur les maladies mentales et nerveuses. En 1867, il est nommé médecin en chef de la division des hommes de l'asile Sainte-Anne, à son ouverture. Là, avec Prosper Lucas, Valentin Magnan et Gustave Bouchereau, il organisa un enseignement pratique, ouvert au public extérieur à l'asile qui fit l'objet d'une virulente campagne de presse conduisant à sa suspension. Les leçons qu'il dispensa à Strasbourg sont à l'origine de cet ouvrage. Repoussant la classification étiologique de Morel, il s'appuie sur celle admise par les aliénistes (adoptée notamment par Baillarger et Esquirol). Cette classification est fondée sur l'observation clinique et sur la symptomatologie. Cette troisième édition, profondément remaniée, fait de cet ouvrage une "oeuvre nouvelle". Ce livre eut un succès considérable. Magnan le cite en ces termes "devenu classique, répandu non seulement en France mais aussi à l'étranger, il a servi de guide à plusieurs générations de médecins ; les magistrats, à leur tour, et les administrateurs y puisent de précieux renseignements". Semelaigne, II, p. 100. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        The Yellow Book. An Illustrated Quarterly

      London: Elkin Matthews & John Lane, 1894. Thirteen volumes, 8vo. 220 plates with tissues, a few occasional spots, all but volumes I-III unopened. Original decorative yellow cloth, some mild rubbing and soiling, spines slightly dull otherwise a very good set. A complete run of this influential periodical, which started with Aubrey Beardsley as its art director and includes some of his best work. Most of the decade's finest illustrators also contributed, including Joseph Pennell, Walter Sickert, William Rothenstein, Walter Crane, Max Beerbohm, D.Y. Cameron and Charles Robinson. There are nearly 300 articles, fictions and poems by writers including Henry James, Richard Le Gallienne, A.C. Benson, W.B. Yeats, Kenneth Grahame, E. Nesbit, Edmund Gosse, Baron Corvo, George Gissing and John Buchan among many others.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop]
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        The Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan, or the Central and Western Rajpoot States of India

      Calcutta: Printed under the Management of Beni Madhaba Ghosh at the Unno Purna Printing Works 1894 - Two volumes, 8vo. Folding map, 4 plates (2 folding), 2 folding genealogies and a folding iconographic section, plus a table in the text, several gatherings in volume II from poorer paper stock and browned. Original gilt titled cloth, spine ends bumped otherwise a very good set. As an Army officer and later political agent in India, Tod ceaselessly collected information in the course of his duties and published several works on his return to England, this being the most impressive and weighty. He also served for a time as Librarian to the Royal Asiatic Society. First published 1829 and scarce in any edition.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB)]
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        By Hook and By Crook

      London: Henry Sotheran 37 Piccadilly W. & 140 Strand, W.C., 1894. First edition. Frontispiece and 15 full-page plates, 10 in color of salmon & trout flies, 9 textual drawings. viii, [ii], 255, [1] pp. Printed by Taylor and Francis. 1 vols. 8vo. Original tan cloth. Spine very slightly faded, else fine. First edition. Frontispiece and 15 full-page plates, 10 in color of salmon & trout flies, 9 textual drawings. viii, [ii], 255, [1] pp. Printed by Taylor and Francis. 1 vols. 8vo. Westwood & Satchell Supplement, p. 252

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      New York: The Century Co., 1894.. Octavo, pp. [i-viii] ix [x] xi-xiii [xiv-xvi], [1] 2-381 [382: blank [note: the blank leaf preceding the half title leaf was excised by the binder], frontispiece, 51 illustrations, 2 maps, original pictorial olive-green cloth, front and spine panels stamped in green and gold, t.e.g., fore-edge rough trimmed, bottom edge untrimmed. First edition. The copies first printed, not necessarily the copies first circulated, have folio 1 below the text on page [1]; this copy lacks it. For his first book Muir selected and carefully revised articles which had appeared between 1875 and 1882 in several magazines and a newspaper. These selections, which represented much of his finest writing of the period, were prefaced by a new essay on the Sierra Nevada to provide an introduction to the detailed sketches which followed and a framework for his selections. The result was an enduring Sierra Nevada classic. "More books came from Muir's pen," writes Lawrence Clark Powell in California Classics ... ( 1971), "but none has the power, the style, and the charm of his first ... It is one man's testament to the glory of the Sierra Nevada, that radiant Range of Light. By the act of reading, book and range become ours. Such is the power of a classic." THE MOUNTAINS OF CALIFORNIA met with immediate and far-reaching success. Muir's biographer, Linnie Marsh Wolfe (Son of the Wilderness: The Life of John Muir (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1945), p. 268) summarizes its impact: "It rallied and solidified the conservation sentiment of the entire nation, leading directly to a new upsurge of determination to preserve the forests." BAL 14746. Zamarano 80 #56. Mild ru=bbing to cloth at upper edge of front joint, a bright, nearly fine copy. (#154933)

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        TRILBY : Original Edition

      Harper & Brothers, NY 1894 - From flyleaf, in ink: "This is TRILBY, original version, but when published in book form the paragraph on page 577 to page 578 was changed to suit the sensibilities of writer who was furious at being described in the character of Joe Sibley". This was neatly bound in 3/4 leather with raised bands, from the original 1894 Harper series articles, with extraneous material being covered with quality watermarked paper. All edges gilt. . The major flaw is that the front cover is loose, and while a relatively simple repair, due to the great value of this volume, this must be left to the buyer. Light bumping to spine ends, two pages noted with minor marginalia. Without loose board would rate G+ or better. Please see or request pic or additional info. Size: 8vo - 7¾" - 9¾" Tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1894 - 1894 Wisden, Rebound with Covers, Signed by Jack Hobbs.

      Hi, This lot is an 1894 Rebound Wisden with Original Covers - Signed by Jack Hobbs. It is in Good Condition. ""To my old friend Jack Mears, with all good wishes from Jack Hobbs"" it states on the first page and not the usual j.b.hobbs autograph so a nice formal piece of prose in this 1894. The binding is a bit tatty and the covers are dark, odd dog ear inside but clean pages and great photoplate but topped off by the Hobbs note.

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      1894. LOEB, LOUIS. TWAIN,MARK. PUDD'NHEAD WILSON a Tale. London: Chatto & Windus 1894. 8vo (5 1/2 x 7 1/2"), red cloth stamped in black, 246p. + 32 page publisher's catalogue. A few tiny black dots on cover, else VG+. 1st English edition (catalogue in rear dated Septmeber 1894), actually published slightly before the American edition. Illustrated by James Mapes Dodge with a photo frontis of Twain and with 6 black and white plates by Louis Loeb. The theme of slavery is prominent in this story about Roxy, a slave woman who switches her son with the child of her white master to prevent him from ever being sold. BAL 3441

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        Theory and Construction of a Rational Heat Motor

      Spon Pub., 1894. First Edition, 1st Printing. Hardcover. . Very good condition./No dust jacket, as issued. .

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      London: Tower Publishing Company Limited, 1894.. Octavo, pp. [i-vi] vii-viii [1] 2-377 [378-380: ads], errata slip pasted in between pages [viii] and [1], inserted frontispiece with illustration by Edwin S. Hope, original pictorial olive-green silk-like cloth, front panel stamped in blue and black, spine panel stamped in gold. First edition, first issue with recto of title leaf dated 1894 and no inserted illustrations by Fred T. Jane. The second issue omitted the frontispiece by Hope and added sixteen plates with illustrations by Jane. Terrorists wage war against a socialist utopia in the twenty-first century. "A sequel to [THE] ANGEL OF THE REVOLUTION set some hundreds of years later -- superscientific warfare, communication from Martians and world devastation by a comet. Probably Griffith's best book." - Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 98. Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 2-85; (1981) 1-85; (1987) 1-42; (1995) 1-42; and (2004) II-465. Bailey, Pilgrims Through Space and Time, p. 76. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 930. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 369. Clarke, Tale of the Future (1978), p. 20. Clarke, Voices Prophesying War (1992), p. 229. Lewis, Utopian Literature, p. 76. Locke, Voyages in Space 93. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, Additions. Stableford, Scientific Romance in Britain 1890-1950, pp. 47-8. Suvin, Victorian Science Fiction in the UK, p. 57. Bleiler (1978), p. 87. Reginald 06381. Top edge of text block dusty, light wear to cloth at spine ends and corner tips, cloth rubbed along fore and bottom edges, corner tips bruised, still a tight, bright, very good copy. This book is uncommon in nice condition. (#149855)

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        Trattato di anatomia umana. Anatomia descrittiva - Istologia - Sviluppo. Dieci libri in otto tomi. Opera completa. Prima traduzione italiana sull'ultima edizione francese. Vol. I: parte I: Osteologia e artrologia, parte II: Miologia; Vol. II: parte I: Angiologia, parte II: Neurologia (sistema nervoso centrale), parte III: Neurologia (sistema nervoso periferico), parte IV: Organi dei sensi; Vol. III: parte I: Apparati della digestione, della respirazione e della fonazione, parte II: Apparato uro-genitale e embriologia. Traduzione dei Dottori G. Sperino e S. Varaglia.

      UTET, 1894. Dieci libri in otto tomi. In-8° (cm 28x19,5), pp. [XII] 395 + 284 + 278 + 526 + 266 + 392 + 331 + 480. Legatura in piena tela avana, titolo nero al piatto e al dorso. Taglio superiore rosso. Ricco di illustrazioni in b/n e a colori nel testo. Tracce di polvere e segni del tempo alla legatura. Leggera abrasione al margine superiore del piatto anteriore della prima parte del vol. II. Minimi segni rossi ai piatti. Sporadiche fioriture e pagine lievemente ingiallite. Opera completa, condizioni molto buone.

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        Phrases and Philosophies for the Use of the Young

      London: Printed for private circulation, 1894. First edition. Softcover. g+ to vg. 35/75. Octavo. 11pp. Original gray wraps with blue, decorative ruling and lettering on cover. Black and red lettered title page. Decorative head and end piece with historiated initial letter. Of this work seventy-five copies have been printed for private circulation of which this is No. 35. A collection of aphorisms originally written for and published in the first issue of the magazine Chameleon, the successor of "The Spirit Lamp" at Oxford University. "The first duty in life is to be as artificial as possible. What the second duty is no one has as yet discovered" (Oscar Wilde). These epigrams, so Joseph Pearce, undoubtedly have "an air of subversive decadence that undermined conventional values." Front cover with crease at lower right corner. Block bumped. Wraps and interior in very good, near fine condition.

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        The Yellow Book. An Illustrated Quarterly.

      Thirteen volumes, 8vo. 220 plates with tissues, a few occasional spots, all but volumes I-III unopened. Original decorative yellow cloth, some mild rubbing and soiling, spines slightly dull otherwise a very good set. A complete run of this influential periodical, which started with Aubrey Beardsley as its art director and includes some of his best work. Most of the decade's finest illustrators also contributed, including Joseph Pennell, Walter Sickert, William Rothenstein, Walter Crane, Max Beerbohm, D.Y. Cameron and Charles Robinson. There are nearly 300 articles, fictions and poems by writers including Henry James, Richard Le Gallienne, A.C. Benson, W.B. Yeats, Kenneth Grahame, E. Nesbit, Edmund Gosse, Baron Corvo, George Gissing and John Buchan among many others.

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        Poliklinische Vorträge. Übersetzt von Dr. Sigm. Freud. I. Band : Schuljahr 1887 - 1888. II. Band übersetzt von Max Kahane. Schuljahr 1888 - 1889. ( erschien 1895)

      Leipzig und Wien Deuticke, 1894 - XII, 480 S. mit 99 Holzschnitten; VIII, 483 S. mit 123 Holzschnitten. Halblederband der Zeit mit vergoldetem Rückentitle und Lederecken. 26 cm. Der Lederrücken und die Lederecken etwas berieben, alter Name am oberen Rand der Titelseite des ersten Bande, sonst sehr gutes Exemplar der deutschen ERSTAUSGABE. Grundlegende Arbeit Charcots für die Neuropathologie, durch die Übersetzung von SIGMUND FREUD auch für die Psychoanalyse. - "Obgleich er nur leitender Arzt an der Salpêtrière war, hat Charcot schon damals freie Vorlesungen gehalten, in denen die Krankheiten des Nervensystems einen großen Raum einnahmen. 1872 wurde er Professor für pathologische Anatomie als Nachfolger seines Freundes Vulpian, der den Lehrstuhl für experimentelle Medizin erhielt. Er setzte aber seinen klinischen Unterricht an der Salpêtrière fort. 1882 wurde auf Anregung von Gambetta ein klinischer Lehrstuhl für die Nervenkrankheiten für ihn geschaffen. Damit wurde der Unterricht in der Neurologie zum erstenmal in der Geschichte der Medizin von dem in den anderen Fachgebieten abgetrennt. Der Unterricht Charcots war besonders glänzend und hat eine große Menge von Ärzten aus Frankreich und anderen Ländern an die Salpêtrière gezogen. Mehrere Neurologen, die später selbst bedeutende Lehrer wurden, waren seine Schüler an der Salpêtrière. Neben der Hauptvorlesung am Freitag Vormittag, in der er die stationären Kranken vorstellte, führte er auch die 'Dienstagsvorlesungen' ein, in denen er den Studenten die Kranken vorstellte, die am gleichen Tage in die Poliklinik (Consultation externe) gekommen waren." (Kolle). Sprache: Deutsch. Gewicht in Gramm: 1800 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Saint Michael the Archangel:: Three Encomiums by Theodosius, Archbishop of Alexandria, Severus, Patriarch of Antioch, and Eustathius, Bishop of Trake. The Coptic Texts with extracts from Arabic and Ethiopic Versions, Edited with a Translation by .

      London Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. 1894 - A very good copy internally bound in contemporary half calf. Spine rather rubbed.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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        BANCO DE BARCELONA - 1844-1894 - Quincuagesimo Aniversario de su creacion - MEMORIA - Completo facsimiles de los billetes. Como se sabe hasta el año 1874 fue el unico organismo en emitir papel moneda en toda España.

      - Imprenta de Henrich y Compañia en Comandita., Barcelona, 1894. Estado de conservación: MUY BUEN EJEMPLAR. Primera y UNICA. Castellano Pág: 164+4 31x23 Ilustrado con 1 lamina y grabado logotipo del banco.ADEMAS A PLENA PAGINA REPRODUCE LOS BILLETES EMITIDOS POR EL BANCO EN 1845-1855-1859. Pleno Pergamino editorial decorado con dorados en tapa y lomo. PAPEL DE HILO, con todas sus barbas.

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        Ulozhenie Tumura (The Code of Timur).

      Kazan: The University Press, 1894 - Octavo (251 × 158 mm). contemporary black pebble-grain paper-covered boards, blind single fillet panel to boards, spine unlettered, pale green endpapers. A little rubbed, particularly at the extremities, spine creased, corners bumped, small hole to the title page, no loss of text, some browning throughout, heavier to the front and rear, but overall very good. First edition of the first translation into russian of the legal code of timur, provided with a scholarly commentary by Ostroumov. Extremely uncommon, just the British Library copy on Copac, no copies recorded on OCLC. Nikolai Ostroumov (1836–1930) "arrived in Tashkent in 1877 to take up the post of director of schools in the newly created province of Turkestan. He had been recommended to the Governor General Konstantin Petrovich von Kaufman by Nikolai Ivanovich Il'minskii, the famous Kazan' missionary and Orientalist, whose student Ostroumov had been. Ostroumov had trained in Islam and Turkic languages, and this knowledge very quickly made him a confidant of Kaufman. Ostroumov retained this proximity to power all through the tsarist period. Until 1917, Ostroumov served the state in various capacities. In 1883, he was appointed the editor of the Turkiston viloyatining gazeti, the vernacular official gazette, through which he sought to shape the contours of local cultural debates in the direction of Russian state interests. He acted as a censor for local-language publications, and his opinion on "native" affairs was routinely sought by local administrators. At the same time, he produced a vast corpus of scholarly writing on the ethnography and history of Central Asia, and on Islam. Ostroumov translated the Bible into Chaghatay and wrote anti-Islamic polemics in Russian. His private papers include correspondence with fellow Orientalists in Russia and abroad, and his writings give ample evidence of his involvement in the international enterprise of Orientalism" (Khalid, "Russian History and the Debate over Orientalism" in Kritika, I, 4, fall 2000, p. 691). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Tale of Chloe - The House on the Beach - The Case of General Ople and Lady Camper

      London: Ward, Lock & Bowden, Limited, 1894. First editions. three-quarter brown morocco over marbled endpapers, spine with raisded bands and lettered in gilt, top edges gilt, marbled endpapers, by Riviere. Fine. Octavo. Three volumes, bound uniformly Volume II: "An Essay on Comedy and the Uses of the Comic Spirit." Westminster: Archibald Constable and Company, 1897. First edition. Volume III: "Odes in Contribution to the Song of French History." Westminster: Archibald Constable and Co., 1898. First edition .

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      London, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, and Brisbane: George Robertson & Company, 1894.. Octavo, pp. [i-vi] vii [viii] 1-307 [308: blank], original blue-gray cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black, white endpapers with design incorporating publisher's monogram printed in brown. First Australian edition. The priority of this Australian edition, published in cloth, pictorial boards (yellowback format) and printed paper wrappers, and the British edition published by Swan Sonnenschein, also in 1894, has not been established. "Utopian lost race novel of a scientifically advanced civilization in Antarctica. Included in the book is some account of the catastrophe caused by the approach of an inhabited planet (peopled by giants) and a description of an inhabited Mars as seen through an advanced type of telescope. In this section it is mentioned that a planet from beyond the confines of the solar system comes near Mars every 100,000 years or so; that world is inhabited and the excess population of Mars travels there when it comes close." - Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 148. Blackford, et al., Strange Constellations: A History of Australian Science Fiction, pp. 20-22; 226. Larnach, Materials Towards a Checklist of Australian Fantasy to 1937 (1950), p. 15 (giving the author's name in error as "McGiver"). Australian and New Zealand "Lost Race" Fiction in the Collection of Stuart Teitler (private list), p. 2. Miller, p. 661. Lewis, Utopian Literature, p. 120. Locke, Voyages in Space 139. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, p. 103. Suvin, Victorian Science Fiction in the UK, p. 58. Bleiler (1978), p. 130. Reginald 09927. Not in Negley. Lending library label of the Arcadia Hygienic Library of St. Kilda, Scotland, affixed to front paste-down. Some general dust soiling to cloth, cloth rubbed at spine ends, corner tips, and along outer joints, still a tight, very good copy. A very scarce book rarely seen in this cloth binding. (#150127)

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        Long autograph letter signed to 'My dearest old Nana dear', (Dorothea Ulrike Alice, 1870-1932, Princess of Prussia, daughter of Emperor Friedrich III, wife, 1889, of King Constantine I of Greece)

      1894 - Mrs Mary Ann Wakelin (b. 1837 or 1838, née Conway, from 1886 Mrs William Morter), saying "My thoughts are . often with you & I long to see you again!", she hopes to "next year, . My Babies are such Turks . the big one wears little trousers already, and the second is quite a Baby still! such a Beauty!", she goes on to beg Mrs Morter "to help me to find a head nurse . who will treat them with sympathy & love & kindness, of good temper & gay", perhaps a widow, "only without children if possible . The one we have now is most irritable, too severe & cold towards the sweet children", suggesting she "look together with Mrs Green . I dont dare propose her to come, it would be a shame to take her fr: her work!", ending "I trust you . have no more vile headaches, heaps of kisses fr: your old Sophie", 4 sides 8vo., black-edged, Athens, November 17th (29th modern style) Mrs Wakelin was Nanny from about 1860 to the children of the Crown Prince (later Emperor Friedrich III) and Vicky, till 1879, when she went to look after Princess Charlotte's baby Feo. She remarried in 1886 to William Morter of Hampstead.

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        A MODERN WIZARD ..

      New York, London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1894.. Octavo, pp. [1-2] [i-iv] v [vi] 1-434 [435-436: blank] [note: last leaf is a blank], flyleaves at front and rear, original pictorial light green cloth, front and spine panels stamped in red and dark green. First edition. Issued in both cloth and paper bindings, this is one of the former. Science fiction mystery novel. The third, and most fantastic, of Ottolengui's four sensational detective novels, involving hypnosis, morphine, glandular experiments, deliberately induced insanity, and an Aztec temple underneath New York City. "Crime and the Napoleonic scientist, also fantastic history ... A curious work. At times melodramatic in the worst way, yet at other times intellectually rigorous." - Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 1734. Bleiler (1978), p. 152. Reginald 11059. Hubin (1994), p. 621. Wright (III) 4055. Early owner's signature and date on front paste-down. Light soiling to cloth, a tight, internally clean, very good copy. A nice copy of a scarce book. (#149607)

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        La nonne Alferez copy signed to Alexandre Dumas

      Paris : Lemerre 1894 - In-12° relié demi-veau blond, 172 pages. Bel envoi autographe de l'auteur à Alexandre Dumas [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        History of the Arabs and their Literature before and after the rise of Islâm, within the limits of their peninsula and beyond it. An outline for the use of the pupils of the Khediviah School, compiled from Arab and European sources.

      Ljubljana: Ig. v. Kleinmayr & Fed. Bamberg, 1894 - Octavo (220 x 146 mm). Original brown morocco-grained half cloth, blue paper boards printed in black. Glasgow University library-stamp to front pastedown, associated shelf-mark label to the same and to front board and ink-stamp to p. 222 . Extremities slightly rubbed and bumped, irregular toning to boards, contents tanned, surface splitting to front inner hinge and between pp. 208–9, label sometime removed from front free endpaper. A very good copy. First and only edition in English of this uncommon late Khedival-period course-book for Cairene students, originally published in Arabic the previous year as Ta'rikh al-'Arab wa-adabihim, scarce in commerce and just five copies in UK libraries, of which two are in the British Library. Van Dyck was an American diplomat who served as consular clerk and vice-consul in Beirut and Cairo, taught at Cairo's Khediviah (Khedival) school and translated a number of early Arabic texts into English, including Avicenna's Compendium on the Soul. He was the son of Cornelius van Dyck, a missionary best remembered for his Arabic translation of the Bible. For the author see Ruth Kark, American Consuls in the Holy Land 1832–1914, p. 62. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Spring - Sir Lawrence (Lourens) Alma-Tadema, 1894.

      ?Spring?, heliogravure vervaardigd in 1894 door de Berlin Photographic Co. naar het schilderij (Opus CCCXXIV) van Lourens Alma-Tadema. In de tijd met de hand gekleurd. Afm.: 89 x 39,5 cm.Vermoedelijk draait het in Spring om een processie tijdens de Floralia, een bloemenfeest gehouden in de vroege Romeinse keizertijd van 28 april tot 3 mei. Tijdens het festival stond Flora, de godin van de bloemen en planten, centraal.Het schilderij is een van Alma-Tadema?s beroemdste en meest ambitieuze werken. De vrolijke optocht daalt af van de Palatijnse heuvel. Dienaren en dienaressen van de Tempel van Flora bespelen tamboerijn en fluit. Achter hen, onder het baldakijn, loopt een bebaarde priester, met de gelaatstrekken van Alma-Tadema zelf. Vanaf de daken van de marmeren paleizen werpen toeschouwers overvloedig bloemen. Op de lijst van het schilderij waarnaar de gravure gemaakt is staat een vers van dichter A.C. Swinburne:In a land of clear colours and stories,In a region of shadowless hours,Where the earth has a garment of glories,And a murmur of musical flowers.De setting van het werk is fictief, architectonische details uit een groot aantal verschillende bronnen werden er voor samengebracht, waaronder muurschilderingen uit Pompe? in het balkon bovenaan de trap en de fries met strijdende centauren uit de tempel van Apollo bij Bassae op het gebouw links. Halverwege de stoet worden twee beelden van Satyrs gedragen, met in hun hand een mand met fruit en Dionysos als kind op de schouder als personificatie van de groeikracht van de aarde.Voor het schilderij Spring kreeg Alma-Tadema de Grand Prix tijdens de wereldtentoonstelling van 1900 in Parijs. Het werk oogstte veel lof van de toenmalige critici, tegenwoordig is het een van de meest geliefde schilderijen van het J. Paul Getty Museum.Prijs: ?3.850,- (incl. lijst).

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        Die Raubvögel Deutschlands und des angrenzenden Mitteleuropas. Darstellung und Beschreibung der in Deutschland und dem angrenzenden Mitteleuropa vorkommenden Raubvögel. 2. Auflage.

      Gera C B Griesbach 1894 - Mit 60 chromolithographischen Tafeln. 3 nn. Bl., 56 S. 40,5 x 31 cm. Moderner grüner Lederband mit montierten Original-Deckelbezügen. (043). Nissen 782. - Zweite Ausgabe des zuerst 1876-78 erschienenen Tafelwerks. - "Oskar von Riesenthal (1830-1898), dessen Monographie der Raubvögel Deutschlands ein Prachtwerk darstellt, das sich den englischen in künstlerischer Hinsicht an die Seite stellen kann" (Nissen 72). - Mit prachtvollen, großformatigen Raubvogeldarstellungen. - Mitunter schwach gebräunt und etwas fleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Walsall: W. Henry Robinson, Steam Printing Works. London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. Limited, 1894.. Octavo, pp. [1-12] [1] 2-154 [155: printer's imprint] [156: blank] [note: first leaf is a blank], original two-part blue cloth, front and spine panel stamped in gold, slate coated endpapers. First edition. Six stories, including crime, two hauntings, and an imagined future war, "The Dream of Jacques the Anarchist." Possibly reissued as SIX QUEER TALES (Glasgow: Morison Bros., 1898) by "Nemo." Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 193. Suvin, Victorian Science Fiction in the UK, p. 59. Reginald 12926. Not in Bleiler (1948; 1978). Hubin (1994), p. 732. Slight spine lean, hairline crack along inner front hinge, still a tight, very good copy with bright, clean binding. (#149506)

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      John Murphy & Company, 1894., Baltimore - First edition. Thick 8vo. Original blue cloth, titles stamped in gold gilt on the spine, front and rear endpapers replaced, xxv [1], 411 pp., frontispiece., introduction, preface, illustrated, plates, portraits, colored folding map, references. Introduction by Right Reverend John B. Brondel, First Bishop of Helena. The author, an old-timer, lived among the Indians for many years, and knew them well as a friend and missionary. Howes P40 says, "History of all the missions in the region, among the Blackfeet, Piegans, Cheyennes and Crows, and in the white settlements of Montana." Cloth lightly rubbed at corners, else near fine copy. Re-cased with original spine laid-down, front and rear endpapers replaced, light wear to the spine ends and corners, else a tight, internally clean, very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Jungle Book and The Second Jungle Book previously owned by Churchill's friend and publisher, Nelson Doubleday

      London: Macmillan and Co., 1894. First edition. Hardcover. John Lockwood Kipling. This is a compelling set of British first editions of perhaps Kipling's most famous works – the first and second Jungle Books. These copies were previously owned by Churchill's friends and publishers, Frank and Nelson Doubleday, and apparently used by Nelson to prepare Doubleday's 1946 editions. Ironically, Kipling's quintessential tales of India were conceived in Vermont, where Kipling and his father, John Lockwood Kipling (1837-1911) “worked together in the closest harmony… as the two sat smoking their pipes and plotting out fresh stories together.” (Allen, Kipling Sahib, p.328) Here Mowgli was born, the infant found by Father Wolf, saved from Shere Khan, and tutored in the Laws of the Jungle by Bagheera the panther and Baloo the bear. “The pen took charge, and I watched it begin to write stories about Mowgli and the animals, which later grew into the Jungle Books.” Kipling had left India for the last time in 1891, but “With his father's guidance he learned to ‘undo what the North has done' and so let back in all ‘the sights and the sounds and smells / That ran with our youth in the eye of the Sun' – the flotsam and jetsam of twelve years of Indian living – just long enough to create the celebration of childhood that is The Jungle Book…” (Allen, Kipling Sahib, p. 364) The Jungle Book was published in 1894, seven stories and seven poems with eight of the illustrations by the author's father. The Second Jungle Book was published in 1895, eight stories and eight poems, this time with thirty-seven illustrations by the author's father. Both first editions are bound in matching blue cloth, strikingly illustrated and printed in gilt on the spines and front covers, the contents with dark bluish green endpapers, illustration plates, and all edges trimmed and gilt. The Jungle Book is first printing, with “R. & R. Clark” as printer on p. 212 (as opposed to ‘R. & R. Clark Ltd.'). First English edition of The Second Jungle Book is confirmed by 238 pages of text, ‘The King's Ankus' stopping abruptly at line 8, p139, with 515 words missing. (Richards, A76, p.80 and A85, p.87) These copies came to us from the library of Nelson Doubleday Jr. (1933-2015), son of Nelson Doubleday (1889-1949), and grandson of Frank Nelson Doubleday (1862-1934), Kipling's friend and U.S. publisher and founder of the Doubleday publishing empire. F.N. Doubleday met Kipling while working for Charles Scribners Sons. They struck an intimate, lifelong friendship. Kipling nicknamed Doubleday "Effendi", a play on his initials - F.N.D. Frank's son Nelson was president of the firm from 1922 to 1946, as was Nelson Jr., from 1978 to 1983. Each of these first edition volumes bears a small, printed slip of paper on the title page with new publisher information reading, in three lines, "Doubleday & Company, Inc. | Garden City New York | 1946". The slips were pasted over the original publication information (though both have since come loose). Doubleday & Company published an edition of these books in 1946, the last year of Nelson's presidency. The title page of the 1946 edition matches those of these British first editions with the pasted-on slips, making it likely to the point of certainty that these particular volumes were used as mockups by Nelson Doubleday. Condition is very good minus. The bindings are square and tight with some fraying to spine ends and dulling of spine gilt. The contents remain crisp and complete and the books feel unread. We note all illustrations present, bright page edge gilt, light intermittent spotting (barely noticeable in The Jungle Book), and cosmetic cracking to the endpapers at the gutters that does not impact binding integrity. Additional 1946 edition mock-up notations include title in pencil on The Jungle Book frontispiece recto, pencil strikethrough of “All rights reserved” on both title pages, and brief pencil notation to the upper left front free endpaper verso. Bibliographic reference: Richards A76 & A85.

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        The Yellow Book. An Illustrated Quarterly (Vols. I-XIII)

      London & Boston: Elkin Mathews & John Lane and Copeland & Day [and] Edwin Valentine Mitchell, 1894. Mixed set, first edition of vols. V, VII, IX & X (other vols. later issues without ads). Numerous illustrations throughout. 13 vols. 8vo. Publisher's yellow illustrated cloth. Covers lightly rubbed and soiled, light sporadic foxing to text. Mixed set, first edition of vols. V, VII, IX & X (other vols. later issues without ads). Numerous illustrations throughout. 13 vols. 8vo. BEARDSLEY'S YELLOW BOOK. Conceived of by Aubrey Beardsley and Henry Harland, The Yellow Book is the most famous of the Bodley Head periodicals and indeed the most famous work of the fin de siècle period. Among its notable contributors are Henry James, Le Gallienne, Max Beerbohm, A.C. Benson, George Gissing, George Saintsbury, A.J. Symons, Edmund Gosse, Richard Garnett, George Moore, Austin Dobson, Kenneth Grahame, E. Nesbit, Arnold Bennett, Baron Corvo, John Buchan, H.G. Wells and W.B. Yeats. Many of these author's work appear here as first editions. The Yellow Book contains the illustrated work of many of the leading artists of the period, including Frederick Leighton, Pennell, Sickert, Rothenstein, Houseman, Anning Bell, Walter Crane, Singer Sargent, The Gaskins and Charles Robinson. However it is Beardsley's style that will forever mark the Yellow Book as a true classic in the literature of illustration.The legendary 1890s publication, British decadence in its original format. Lasner 65

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      New York: The Cosmopolitan Publishing Company, [1894].. Octavo, pp. [1-6] 7-287 [288: blank] [note: first leaf is a blank], numerous illustrations by Jean Paul Laurens, Saunier, Meaulle, Vogel and others, original two-part blue cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold. First edition in English. A translation of LA FIN DU MONDE, Flammarion's best and most imaginative novel, a panoramic view of humanity from the twenty-fifth century to the far future, Stapledonian in scope. "A work of remarkable scope and vision, one of the earliest and most ambitious cosmic histories, certainly worth reading, if only as a historical document. Of considerable historical importance, since it was probably read and absorbed by authors as diverse as W. H. Hodgson and Olaf Stapledon." - Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 778. LA FIN DU MONDE is Flammarion's "boldest scientific romance ... an epic of the future. Although it is as much essay as story, this is a notable work, akin to H. G. Wells's THE TIME MACHINE (1895) and William Hope Hodgson's THE HOUSE ON THE BORDERLAND (1908) in presenting a striking vision of the end of the world." - Clute and Nicholls (eds), The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (1993), p. 432. Anatomy of Wonder (1981) 1-73 and (2004) II-407. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 639. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 299. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 84. Locke, Voyages in Space 74. Survey of Science Fiction Literature IV, pp. 1592-95. Bleiler (1978), p. 74. Reginald 05459. Signature of an early owner dated December 1894 on the front paste-down and some scattered penciled notes in his hand in the text. Bookplate of noted fantastic fiction collector William Harry Hopkins affixed to the front paste-down, along with an occult bookseller's sticker. Cloth worn at spine ends and corner tips, a sound, very good copy. An uncommon book rarely found in nice condition. (#151879)

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