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        F. F. V. Receipt Book

      West, Johnston & Co. Hardcover. B000871DTM 1894 presentation copy inscribed by the author, first edition West, Johnston and Co. (Richmond, Virginia), 5 1/2 x 7 5/8 inches tall green cloth hardbound, no dust jacket, gilt lettering to front cover and spine, floral endpapers, 287 pp. (266 pp., followed by an eight-page index and 12 pages of period advertisements). Moderate soiling, rubbing and edgewear to covers, with bumping to all four tips. Period three-entry errata glued to front pastedown. Nicely inscribed by the author in the year of issue on the blank front free-endpaper ('For Mrs. Effinger with the compliments of The Authoress, June 27, 1894'). Red ink marginal notations to a half dozen pages, mostly noting the errata. Erased pencil notations to blank rear free-endpaper. Otherwise, apart from slight marginal soiling to a couple of pages, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked - of this uncommon First Families of Virginia (F.F.V.) recipe book, quite rare as a presentation copy. According to the publisher's 1894 listing, 'Contains over eight hundred receipts, including all the favorite old Virginia receipts, menus for dinners and luncheons, rules for serving wines, etc., etc.' ~SS~ The author, Jane Millicent Powell McPhail (1842 - 1907) was a lifelong resident of Virginia, and wife of a Confederate Army officer, Capt. Clement Carrington McPhail, who was in command of the arsenal at Ashville, North Carolina and then Columbia, South Carolina. The First Families of Virginia were those families in Colonial Virginia who were socially prominent and wealthy, but not necessarily the earliest settlers. They descended from English colonists who primarily settled at Jamestown, Williamsburg, and along the James River and other navigable waters in Virginia during the 17th century. These elite families generally married within their social class for many generations and, as a result, most surnames of First Families date to the colonial period. The American Revolution cut ties with Britain but not with its social traditions. While some First Family members were loyal to Britain, others were Whigs who not only supported, but led the Revolution. Most first families remained in Virginia, where they flourished as tobacco planters, and from the sale of slaves to the cotton style. Indeed, many younger sons were relocated into the cotton belt to start their own plantations. The Civil War devastated the Virginia economy, and emancipated all the slaves without compensation. Planters and small farmers both were economically hurt, but in general the First Families, albeit poorer than before, maintained social and political leadership. Marshall Fishwick says that by the 1950s, 'the old-time aristocracy [had] not given up, or sunk into decadence as Southern novelists suggest.' They adopted modern agricultural technology and co-opted rich 'Yankees' into their upper-class, rural horse-estate society. New York restaurant Tipsy Parson is named for a recipe from this book for a sherry-drenched sponge-cake trifle - 'when saturated with the wine, pour over it a rich boiled custard flavored with what you like and stick blanched almonds thick all over the top.' . Good. 1894. First Edition.

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        Fables choisies (ou) Choix de fables de La Fontaine illustrées par un groupe des meilleurs artistes de Tokio, sous la direction de P. Barboutau

      - Imprimerie de Tsoukidji-Tokio [Tôkyô Tsukiji kappan seizôsho] pour E. Flammarion, Tokyo 1894, 18x25,5cm, 2 volumes brochés. - Edizione illustrata dai migliori artisti giapponesi - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de ce célèbre ouvrage illustré de 28 estampes hors-texte en couleurs en double-page par Kajita Hanko, Kano Tomonobu, Okakura Shusui, Kawanabe Kyosui et Eda Mahiko, ainsi que de nombreuses vignettes en noir dans le texte. Deux légers accrocs sans gravité en têtes des dos. Agréable exemplaire.  

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        Maggie Mooney songster.Extra edition

      New York 1894 - Broadsheet (approx. 91.5 x 60.5 cm.), large folio; 18 small steelcut illustrations on verso; uniformly toned, a few shallow losses along edges not affecting text; very good and sound example. Advertisement featuring the vaudeville singer Bonnie Mooney's latest hit, with lyrics by her husband, songwriter and comedian James Thornton. Also printed on recto are 25 song lyrics and advertisements for 6 titles from the Songster series; an additional 15 Songster titles and 3 lists of individual songs (one cent each) advertised on recto. 22 titles from the publisher's backlist also featured. Unlocated in OCLC as of July, 2014.

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        Maggie Mooney songster Extra edition

      New York, 1894. Broadsheet (approx. 91.5 x 60.5 cm.), large folio; 18 small steelcut illustrations on verso; uniformly toned, a few shallow losses along edges not affecting text; very good and sound example. Advertisement featuring the vaudeville singer Bonnie Mooney's latest hit, with lyrics by her husband, songwriter and comedian James Thornton. Also printed on recto are 25 song lyrics and advertisements for 6 titles from the Songster series; an additional 15 Songster titles and 3 lists of individual songs (one cent each) advertised on recto. 22 titles from the publisher's backlist also featured. Unlocated in OCLC as of July, 2014.

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      pages 641-644 in the Journal issue of Sitzungsberichte der Köiglich Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin. XXXII. 28 Juni 1894, Berlin, 1894 4to, pages 623 to 647 ; original orange wrappers A perfect copy, totally uncut and with all margins, as Journal issue, of the inaugural lecture at the Berlin Academy in which Planck introduces, formulates and gives the hope and he futur developments of his new physics. "Soon afterward Planck was influenced by the increasing German interest in Maxwell's theory. It is understandable that, as a theoretical physicist, he would seek to unite his earlier thermodynamic studies with the new theory, an attempt in the spirit of his lecture "System der gesammten Physik." "Thus, in his inaugural lecture at the Berlin Academy in 1894, he clearly expressed the hope "that we can also explain those processes which are directly dependent on temperature, as manifested especially in heat radiation, without first having to make a laborious detour through the mechanical interpretation of electricity."[...] Consequently, in 1895, Planck began just in electrodynamics to prepare for this undertaking by treating the irreversibility of heat radiation, before he introduced entropy into his equations in 1898. Planck's ultimate goal was the investigation of irreversible processes through the study of conservative effects (that is, conservative or radiation damping)." (DSB, volume 11, page 10). Only a stamp number of the first cover ; rare in such condition.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Stuttgart, 6. IV. 1894.

      1894. 2 SS. auf Doppelblatt. 4to. An die Gesellschaft für vervielfältigende Kunst in Wien betr. der deren Einladung an die Prinzessin Auguste zu Sachsen.Weimar-Eisenach zur Subskription des Werks "über das Wiener Bühnenwesen": "[...] Ich habe nicht verfehlt Ihrer Königlichen Hoheit darüber Vortrag zu halten und beehre mich nun höchstem Auftrage gemäß Euer Excellenz den besten Dank für die freundliche Aufforderung auszudrücken und zugleich die ergebenste Mittheilung zu machen, daß Ihre Königliche Hoheit auf den Bezug des genannten Werkes nicht reflektiren [...]". - Der Sohn von Karl Graf von Zeppelin promovierte in Zoologie und begab sich anschließend zu Forschungsreisen und Jagdausflügen nach Helgoland und Skandinavien; 1891schloß er sich der Spitzbergenfahrt von Wilhelm Bade an und bereiste später auch Wyoming, den Grand Canyon und Südkalifornien. - Auf Briefpapier mit gepr. Vignette; mit kleinen Einrissen im Mittelfalz, sonst tadellos.

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        The Jungle Book; [together with:] The Second Jungle Book

      New York: The Century Co.,, 1894 & 1900. 2 volumes, octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spines and front covers gilt, elephant motif to spine and front cover in gilt (Vol. I) and black (Vol. II), decoration in blind to spines and covers, top edges gilt. The Second Jungle Book with the dust jacket. Pencilled ownership signature to front pastedown of Vol I and bookseller's ticket to front pastedown of Vol. II. Vol. I with slightly faded spine and a little wear to tips; jacket for Vol. II toned at spine and with small nicks to spine ends and fold of front flap. An excellent set. First US edition of The Jungle Book, together with a later printing of The Second Jungle Book (first published in the US in 1895), with the scarce early jacket.

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        Ceske \"Stabat Mater\". Oratorium pro soli, sbor a varhany. Slozil Alois Provaznik. op. 31.

      Rychnove, -, 1894. 2 Bll. + 36 S. OSamteinband. Eighd. Partitur mit zwei lithographierten Titelblättern vorgebunden. In tschech. Sprache. - Leicht stockfleckig, leicht berieben. Schönes Expl. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Musik

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        Philosoph (1889 - 1976): Eigenh. Brief mit U. (\"Ma. Heidegger\") auf der Rückseite eines Porträt-Fotos (Original-Abzug). Freiburg / Breisgau, 4. X. 1953. Kl.-8° (12,5 x 8 cm). 1 S. eng beschrieben.

       Auf der Rückseite eines privaten ORIGINAL- FOTOS, das etwas unscharf Heidegger mit weißer Kappe u. Trachtenjacke zeigt. - An Edda Martin, die Frau und Mitarbeiterin seines ehemaligen Schülers, Professor Gottfried Martin. Heidegger dankt für Glückwünsche und Buchgeschenk zu seinem 64. Geburtstag (am 26. Sept.) und empfiehlt die Arbeit eines Schülers für die von Martin herausgegebenen Kant-Studien: \"Frbg. [Freiburg] 4. Okt. 53. // Liebe Frau Martin! / Ihre Glückwünsche und das Geschenk haben mich sehr erfreut. Zwar besitze ich die Briefe schon (von Herrn Obermüller geschenkt, welches Exemplar ich meinem Bruder [Fritz H.] bringe, der daran das gleiche Interesse hat). Meine Frau und ich haben schöne Wochen der Arbeit und Erholung auf der Hütte verbracht. / Sagen Sie bitte Ihrem Mann, daß im Sommer ein sehr begabter Grieche, der vor einigen Semestern 1 ½ Jahre bei mir im Seminar war, mit einer sehr guten Arbeit bei Funk promoviert hat, eine Arbeit die ich für die Beihefte der neu erstehenden Kantstudien für sehr geeignet halte. Falls die Einreichung möglich sein sollte, bitte ich um kurze Nachricht nach Meßkirch (Kreis Stockach) wo ich in der nächsten Zeit arbeite. / Mit frischen [? nur dieses Wort ist ein wenig verwischt] Grüßen von uns für Sie beide / Ihr Ma Heidegger\" - // - Fritz Heidegger (1894-1980) galt seinerzeit als der beste Kenner der Schriften seines fünf Jahre älteren Bruders. - \"Meine Frau\": Elfride Heidegger, geb. Petri (1893-1992). -Die \"Hütte\" ist die berühmte, 1922 erbaute Hütte in Todtnauberg (Südschwarzwald). - Der Baden-Württembergische Landkreis Stockach wurde 1973 aufgelöst. Meßkirch, die Heimatstadt Heideggers liegt heute im Landkreis Sigmaringen. - // - Gottfried Martin (1901-1972) studierte zunächst Chemie, Physik und Mathematik und erst später Philosophie. Nach zwischenzeitlicher Arbeit in der Industrie promovierte er 1934 bei Heidegger in Freiburg mit dem Thema \"Arithmetik und Kombinatorik bei Kant\". Seine Habilitationsschrift über Wilhelm von Ockham wurde u. a. von dem Kölner Philosophieprofessor Artur Schneider, welcher wiederum 1913 in Freiburg Heideggers Doktorvater gewesen war, positiv beurteilt. Gottfried Martin lehrte ab 1943 an den Universitäten Jena und Köln. Zur Zeit unserer Karte (1953 bis 1958) war er Professor an der Universität Mainz und gab ebenfalls ab 1953 gab er die Kant-Studien heraus, die er mit Paul Menzer wieder begründet hatte. 1969 wurde er Erster Vorsitzender der Kant-Gesellschaft. Versand D: 4,00 EUR

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        Armorial du Premier Empire. Titres, majorats et armoiries concédés par Napoléon Ier. Album des armoiries - 117 planches - 3504 blasons.

      Paris, chez l'auteur et chez Honoré Champion, 1894-1911. Quatre volumes grand in-8 et un atlas in-folio de XI planches et 117 planches en chromolithographies des armoiries concédées. Très frais. Demi-maroquin vert à coins, dos à nerfs, titre doré, date en pied, têtes dorées. Couvertures et dos conservés pour les volumes de texte. Frottements et petites usures au volume d'atlas avec un mors sup. fendillé (quelques reteintes). Bel ensemble en reliure de l'époque. Ex-libris contrecollé de la famille Bertier de Sauvigny. Armorial très rare, surtout bien relié et complet de l'atlas reproduisant plusieurs centaines de blasons en couleurs intitulé : L'Album des armoiries concédées par lettres patentes de Napoléon Ier . La première partie (pl.I à XI) est relative aux armoiries de l'Empereur et de sa famille, et à celles des grands dignitaires et des grands officiers de l'Empire. Avec tableaux des signes extérieurs et intérieurs des armoiries impériales pour les Princes, Ducs, Comtes, Comtesses, Barons, Baronnes et Chevaliers de l'Empire et de la Réunion. La deuxième partie est consacrée, en 117 planches en couleurs aux 3504 armoiries réglées par des lettre-patentes impériales et enregistrées aux archives du Sceau de France. Saffroy, III, 34224 et 34227.

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        Manuscrit. Bréviaire du Chercheur de Champignons.

      Par E. Thomières, Membre de la Société Mycologique de France. Page de titre. "Manuel de l'amateur-chercheur de Champignons faisant connaître les champignons comestibles et vénéneux les plus communs, avec les moyens infaillibles de distinguer les bons des mauvais ; des recettes culinaires ; et les soins à donner en cas d'empoisonnement." Manuscrit resté inédit de 159 pages signées à la fin de "l'avis au lecteur" rédigé à l'encre, comportant ratures, surcharges et ajouts, formant toutefois un exemplaire définitif, calligraphié d'une belle écriture ronde et lisible et daté de 1894. L'ensemble est réuni par un cordon rouge, recouvert d'un papier d'attente titré "Bréviaire du chercheur de champignons". Le manuscrit est complet et se termine par la table des matières. La page de titre semble indiquer que des planches en couleurs avaient été prévues pour illustrer l'ouvrage mais l'auteur semble n'avoir jamais exécuté ou fait exécuter des dessins qui ne figurent pas, de ce fait, dans le présent manuscrit. Écrit sur du papier à entête F. Lagrange & Thomières Ingénieurs civils, rue Mogador, Paris. Broché. Déchirure sur le dos. Pas de rousseur. Bon état général. Format in-4°(28x21).

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        An Island Garden

      Houghton Mifflin 1894 - SIGNED (at the Isles of Shoals) and dated AUG. 1894 by Celia Thaxter on the front endpaper. Illustrated by Childe Hassam (12 tissue guarded color plates and 10 colored headings). Green cloth stamped in gilt, top page edges gilt, moire like pastedowns and endpapers. The green cloth has occasional light soiling, very light rubbing at the spine ends, and the spine gilt is a bit faded. The gilt on the front and rear panels are still quite bright. The interior has an 1894 ink ownership signature on the second enpaper and something has been removed from the rear endpaper facing the penultimate leaf. A few glue spots are visable and three have small paper remnants still attached. There is a 1/2" abrasion near the center of the page (with the tear showing on the verso) and the bottom corner is creased. The remainder of the interior is in excellent condition with the leaves showing just light toning. If not for the rear endpaper, this copy would grade near fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Works (45 volumes)

      Boston: Samuel E. Cassino, 1894. 1st. Leather bound. First Edition Thus, Limited 'Cruikshank Edition' #284 of 500 copies. 8v0. Various paginations. Original illustrated plates (with tissue guards) by George Cruikshank; the plates follow those which appeared in the first editions. Press of Berwick and Smith. Electrotyped by C.J. Peters & Sons. Bound by Estes & Lauriat of Boston in three-quarter red leather over marbled paper boards; gilt lettering to spiens; top edge gilt; deckled edges; marble endpapers. Uniformly very good plus condition (slight fading to spines; intermittent rubbing to joints, corners, and spine tips; some shelf wear to lower board edges; decorative owner bookplate in each volume); overall, an attractive set.

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        Frankfurt am Main, die freie Stadt in Bauwerken und Straßenbildern.: Nach des Künstlers Aquarellen und Zeichnungen aus dem Städtischen historischen Museum und aus Privatbesitz.

      Frankfurt am Main, Jügel, 1894-99. - 6 Hefte (alles Erschienene). Gr.-4°. Mit 72 (13 farb. u. mont.) Tafeln. Lose Tafeln und Textbl. in OUmschlägen, in illustr. OLwd.-Mappe. (Mappe leicht ber., Gelenke leicht eingerissen). Sauer 824. - "Einzig in seiner Art und zugleich von besonderer lokalgeschichtlicher Bedeutung" (Sauer). Mit kurzen Erklärungen zu den Tafeln von O. Cornill und einer biographischen Einleitung von G. Beck. - Vollständig und sehr gut erhalten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sylvie and Bruno Concluded 1ST AMERICAN EDITION

      New York: MACMILLAN COMPANY, 1894. First American Printing. Hardcover. Fair/No Jacket. xxx,423 pages. Quarter Leather. Front cover is about half separated & fragile. One-inch chip at top of spine. Contains first issue point with error in table of contents showing chapter XIII starting at page 110 instead of 113. Text is clean & unmarked. Your order ships by next business day with USPS delivery confirmation.

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        The Jungle Book; The Second Jungle Book.

      London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1894 & 1895. 2 volumes, octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in dark blue morocco, titles to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards gilt, pictorial block to front boards gilt, twin rule to turn-ins gilt, burgundy endpapers, gilt edges. Housed in a matching dark blue leather entry slipcase. Illustrated by J. L. Kipling, W. H. Drake, P. Frenzeny. Some occasional light foxing, an excellent set in a fine binding. First editions, first impressions.

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        The Land of Heart's Desire

      London: T. Fisher Unwin 1894. First edition, first state, one of 500 copies. 43, (2) pp. Bound in half green morocco over marbled boards. Black leather title & author labels to spine. Spine leather uniformly faded to tan. Original pictorial wrappers bound in at rear. First edition, first state with three fleurons after the word 'desire' on the title page. Wrapper & title page design by Aubrey Beardsley. Some leaves slightly marked. Edges untrimmed. Yeat's first play. . Very Good. Half Morocco. First Edition. 1894. 8vo..

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        Zambra The Detective

      Chatto and Windus: London, 1894. 8vo. 259pp. + 32pp. ads (dated Nov. 1893). Publisher's dark red cloth over limp (or at least notably thin) boards, titled and decorated in gilt, black and tellow to spine and front board. Publisher's device in black to rear board. Rubbed to extremities, bumped and with some staining and toning to the cloth, some light chipping to the paint on the front board image, but solid, strong and handsome. A very good presentable copy of a significant rarity (the usual suspects list but a handful of copies worldwide). Floral patterned endpapers, internally clean and fresh. The stories included in this collection can trace their origin to the very simple late 19th century recurring theme: "We really like Sherlock Holmes, yes we do, we'd like more of that please." Hill set out to create a rival to Holmes and in fact created one of the more exotic variants on the theme. He realised that there had to be something more than just another deductive consulting detective and, being Headon Hill went full "mad as a bag of weasels" and created not only Zambra but the equally compelling and peculiar Kala Persad (equally rare, totally mad). The Doyle influence is manifestly obvious, although occasionally the cases don't require a mastermind to solve them, and as usual Hill basically decided that every one of the reader's immediate assumptions should be confounded at least once a chapter. Zambra sounds foreign, but is excruciatingly English, his mysteries are titled in a manner that frequently bears only a cursory relationship to the plot, and he specialises in rather entertaining linguistic misdirection. All very entertaining and peculiarly charming; ranking the author quite high on the list of Holmesian bandwagon jumpers who actually had some serious skills of their own. A very scarce and important piece of detective fiction. .

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        The Journal of Indian Art, Vol. 5, Nos. 38-45

      London: W. Griggs, 1894. Hardbound. Contents are VG or better, front inner hinge and gutter weak, and front cover is beginning to detach. Lower half of spine cloth is attached only at back hinge. Several pages are brittle and beginning to detach and chip or are detached. The tri-fold color plate in that section is completely detached and laid in. There is light off-setting from each colored plate onto the facing page (usually a blank page, so no text is marred). The volume is ex-library from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, with a stamp on the title page, a sticker on the back free end paper, and the remnant of a pocket inside the back cover. In addition, each color plate is library-stamped on the reverse. A personal bookplate of William Sturgis Bigelow, Boston surgeon and collector of Asian (especially Japanese) art. He donated his entire collection of 25,000 works of art to the MFA. The contents are bound consecutively but without original covers, as various "chapters" of a book. The original paper covers are bound together, in order, at the back of the volume.. Green gilt embossed publisher's cloth. Unpaginated, and filled with breathtaking colored chromolithographs (36 in color on single sheets, some with multiple images; one tri-fold) and other two-tone plates and images. Heavy at 7 pounds and will require extra postage. Scholarly literature on the decorative arts in India is scanty and mainly in learned journals. The Journal of Indian Art and Industries (1886-1916) is the most important and contains numerous pioneering studies. Original front and rear wraps from each issue are bound in at the rear. These covers have the contents of each issue printed on them. This is the exceedingly rare third volume of this seminal and Influential periodical on Indian arts. See article by Peter H. Hoffenberg entitled "John Lockwood Kipling, W. H. Griggs and The Journal of Indian Art and Industry" written in 2003 for a complete description of this periodical. He states: "...Kipling's and Buck's vision encouraged use of the latest photographic and reproductive innovations to ensure accurate and attractive illustrations of lasting quality. Griggs and his editorial staff took advantage of that encouragement and of the most current technology to produce exquisite color chromo- and photo-lithographs bound in leather. Black and white illustrations were also included...No doubt the publisher applied chromo-lithographic technologies from Britain and the continent, but the pages of the Journal also included illustrations resulting from innovative work in the heliogravure and collotype sections of India's own Revenue and Agriculture Department, particularly the offices devoted to the Survey of India. " The first 4 or 5 volumes of this publication seem exceedingly scarce.

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        Le Mouvement.

      Paris G. Masson, Éditeur 1894 In-8 de VI-335-(1) pp, 214 figures dans le texte et 3 planches numérotées hors-texte, demi-percaline bleue, dos lisse orné (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale rare portant un envoi autographe signé à l'avocat et diplomate Marcellin Pellet (1849-1942), député du Gard de 1876 à 1885 : A Mr Marcellin Pellet affectueux souvenir E. Marey. « Le Mouvement reste le plus célèbre et le plus rare des ouvrages de l'auteur (bon nombre des exemplaires on été détruits dans un incendie). Sans qu'il y paraisse, Étienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904) a transfiguré le réel le plus immédiat. En capatnt le mouvement pour mieux enregistrer les phénomènes vivants, il est parvenu à transcrire une idée du temps en termes d'espace - sans jamais prendre la trajectoire pour le mouvement. Modernité d'une pensée et d'une démarche où s'enracineront sciences, arts et techniques, d'où naîtra en une vision du monde particulièrement féconde toute la symbolique visuelle du siècle à venir. » Bel exemplaire. En français dans le texte, 318.

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      New York: Harpers, 1894 Book. Illus. by DU Maurier. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition- the true and scarce first, first serialized in Harper's. Beautiful cover depicting wings and a heart in gilt in the middle of a spider web, with flowers and other various symbols as a border in green. Scarce, collectible. Same date, 1894, to copyright and title page. Hard boards in very good condition, with the usual bumping to spine edges and corners. Cover lightly stained with a few light speckles. All pages are intact. Numerous beautiful wood cut prints throughout book, illustrated by DU Maurier. The English triple decker (1894) did not retain these illustrations. One of the most popular novels of it's time, perhaps the second best selling novel of the Fin de siecle after Bram Stoker's Dracula. Published serially in Harper's Monthly in 1894. Adapted to the stage several times, made into a movie in 1931.Trilby inspired Gaston Leroux's novel Phantom of the Opera. Trilby introduce the trilby hat to the UK in the early 1900's, which made a comeback in the U.S. one hundred years later. Trilby also introduced the phrase, "in the altogether" meaning "completely unclothed", and the term "Svengali" for a man with dominating powers over a female protegee. Set in the 1850's in an idyllic Bohemian Paris, features the stories of 2 English artists, a Scottish artist as well as a Svengolian Jewish rogue, masterful musician and hypnotist. .Gullans & Epsey #79

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        Pride and Prejudice. With a Preface by George Saintsbury and Illustrations by Hugh Thomson

      London: George Allen, 1894. First edition thus, 8vo, (xxviii), 476, (2) pp. Numerous illustrations, a little foxing at the beginning and end. Original gilt decorated dark green cloth, a.e.g., some light marking to the lower cover otherwise a handsome copy.

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      Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1894. Holiday edition. Illustrated by Charles and Marcia Woodbury. 1 vols. 8vo. Original cream linen spine titled in gilt, upper board decorated in silver, lower board stamped in blind, t.e.g., design by Sarah Whitman. Burgundy endsheets. Signed by the author on the title page, additionally inscribed on the first blank. Fine, bright, unread copy. Holiday edition. Illustrated by Charles and Marcia Woodbury. 1 vols. 8vo. Fine Copy, Signed & Inscribed with a Quotation. Superb copy of this beautiful edition of Jewett's classic tales of Maine, signed by the author on the title page, "Sarah Orne Jewett 21 September 1900", and additionally inscribed by her on the first blank, "Mellish Irving Motte Jr., p. 23, Late in the evening we went down to the shore; the fresh sea air was so welcome after the dusty day and it seemed so quiet and pleasant in Deephaven. S.O.J."Sarah Whitman was a close friend of Jewett; she designed this binding and many others for editions of works by the New England author. BAL 10904

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        Une mère. Conte en vingt-deux langues. Avec un portrait de l’auteur, gravé sur boise par M-r B. Matthée. Le dessin de la couverture par M-r M. Dalkevitsch. Édité par P. Em. Hansen. [Cyrillic title:] Mat’. Skazka

      S.-Peterburg. Tipografiia i litografiia S. M. Nikolaeva 1894 - First edition thus, compiled by the Danish–Russian translator Peter Emanuel Hansen (1846–1930), its impetus being an earlier fourteen-language edition published in Copenhagen on the occasion of Andersen’s 70th birthday in 1875. Hansen presents the text of Historien om en moder together with 21 translations: Russian (translated by Hansen and his wife, Anna), Ukrainian, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Serbian, Icelandic, Swedish, German, Low German (Plattdeutsch), Dutch, English (from Oscar Sommer’s recent translation, London, 1893), French, Spanish, Italian, Greek, Armenian, Finnish, Hungarian, Tartar, and Hebrew. H. C. Andersen-bibliografi 1447 (online at H. C. Andersen-Centret), citing Jørgensen 118. COPAC locates the British Library copy only. Large 8vo (246 × 170 mm), pp. viii, 144; facing French and Russian title-pages; original decorated cloth, calf spine (rubbed, headcap chipped), preserving the original chromolithographed wrappers designed by Dalkevich, incorporating a portrait of Andersen by the engraver Vasily Matè (1856–1917); early ink ownership inscription to front free endpaper. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        From the Virginia Plantation to the National Capitol: Or the First and Only Negro Representative in Congress from the Old Dominion

      Hartford, CT: American Publishing Company, 1894. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo. Complete. Sound binding with some minor wear including a cracked rear hinge. Fascinating autobiography. Langston, born free in 1829 as the youngest son of a Louisa County plantation owner and his emancipated true love, lived with his siblings in the big house until his parents' death in 1834. At that time, the children, whose inheritance was substantial, moved to Ohio to live with abolitionist friends. Langston graduated from Oberlin College and studied law under the tutelage of Republican Congressman Philemon Bliss. Langston became one of the first black men ever to hold public office in the United States when he won the election to a town clerk position in Ohio, and he became the first African-American elected to the U.S. Congress from Virginia during Reconstruction in 1888. He also served as the first dean of the law school at Howard University and the first president of what is now Virginia State University.

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        More Celtic Fairy Tales.

      London: David Nutt,, 1894. Octavo. Finely bound by the Hampstead Bindery in contemproary green full morocco, spine titled with gilt tools and red morocco onlay, sides florally decorated in gilt with red, black and brown morocco onlay, full morocco doublures richly decorated in gilt and multicoloured onlay, japon endpapers with gilt cornerpieces, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Original wrappers bound in. Illustrated plates, vignettes and initials by John D. Batten, many hand-coloured by Gloria Cardew. Armorial bookplate of James Robson Anderson Jr to front pastdown. Spine a little darkened, joints a little rubbed, the endpapers necessarily crinkled against the japon, otherwise internally fine, excellent condition overall. First edition, number 97 of 125 copies on japon paper, signed by the publisher David Nutt, this copy exquisitely bound by the Hampstead bindery and additionally hand-coloured throughout by Gloria Cardew (with a ticket to front free endpaper verso attesting "The Illustrations in this Book were coloured by hand by Miss Gloria Cardew"). The hand coloured plates are duplicated, appearing in the uncoloured state also, suggesting some intentional collaboration between the publisher, the binder, and Miss Cardew. It is now known, however, how many copies of this already tiny edition were issued thus coloured. Cardew was associated with the Guild of Women Bookbinders, which was the sister bindery to the Hampstead Bindery, both set up by Frank Karslake. David Nutt was British publisher notable for its concentrated output of editions collecting myth, legend and fairy tale.

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        The Geographical Journal. Vol. IV, No. 2. London, The Royal Geographical Society, 1894.

      1894. 8vo. XVI, (97)-192, XVII-XX pp. With a folding map and a folding plate. Original printed wrappers. Includes the description of an early view of Hormuz Island, "A View of Ormus in 1627" (by William Foster, pp. 160-162), illustrated by a large folding plate. The sketch was drawn by David Davies, master's mate of the East India Company's ship "Discovery", but a few years after the island was captured by a combined Anglo-Persian force in 1622. - Slight foxing, otherwise fine.

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        The Jungle Book; The Second Jungle Book

      London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1894 & 1895. 2 works, octavo. Original dark blue cloth, spines lettered and blocked in gilt, large pictorial blocks to front covers gilt, twin wavy rules to spines extending over front covers, all edges gilt, dark green coated endpapers. Housed in custom red cloth chemises and red quarter morocco slipcase. Illustrated throughout by J. L. Kipling, W. H. Drake and P. Frenzeny. Spines rolled, a touch of wear to tips, vol. I with front hinge cracked but holding and small split to rear hinge but text block sound, some occasional light foxing to contents. An excellent set. First editions of Kipling's classic tales.

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        The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson And the Comedy Those Extraordinary Twins

      American Publishing Co 1894 Hartford - Very good issued in brown-orange decorative cloth, gilt letterin First Edition Hardbound Octavo 423pp First state. Illustrated with frontispiece from photograph of Twain with tissue guard; With BAL first issued points: title page integrally bound (not on a stub), frontispice with twain's facsimile authograph 1-7/16" wide and sheets bulk 1-1/8". (BAL 3442). Slight retouching to cloth a bottom edge and corners, book plate to front pastedown, front hing starting. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed ("F. Volkhovsky"). London, 15. X. 1894.

      1894. 8vo. 2¾ pp. on bifolium. To an unidentified lady: "[...] I should be glad to visit Bristol where I lectured some 3 years ago with much success. I do not gather from your letter what kind of address do you expect from me: is it a lecture on my experiences in prison + exile, or drawing-room speech on the political situation of Russia? My fee is, generally speaking, 10 guineas per lecture, travelling expenses included, I mean for institutions which can pay it. But this fee may vary according to different circumstances [...] I should easily come in November [...] I should prefer however to visit Bristol before the 21st, as after that date I am busy with preparing the coming No. ov 'Free Russia' [...]". - Some duststaining.

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        Diary of a Journey Across Tibet

      London: Rivington, Percival and Co, 1894. First Edition. Cloth. Very good. xvi, 309 p. + 1 p. of advertising. 23 cm. Frontispiece, fold-out colour map, fold-out diagram, 12 plates, and 16 small b&w illustrations within text. Blue-green cloth hardcover with black impressing. Corners lightly bumped. Some wrinkling to cloth on spine and ends a bit softened. Ink signature on front free endpaper. Major-General Hamilton Bower was a British Indian Army officer who in 1891 was sent on a spy mission to Tibet. With Surgeon-Captain W. G. Thorold and an Indian, Bower crossed into Western Tibet and proceeded towards Lhasa in disguise. But before he reached the city he was discovered by Tibetan officials, who flatly denied his party permission to enter Lhasa. In the end, he had to continue eastwards, leaving the country altogether. However, he did receive the Royal Geographical Society's Gold Medal in 1894 "for his remarkable journey across Tibet." His topics include: the journey from Simla to the frontier; being deserted by their guides; meeting nomads; the neighbourhood of Lhasa; neogitations with Lhasa officials; marching northwards; neighbourhood of Chaimdo; Garthok; Lithang; Ta Chen Lu; through China back to India; the religion, country, people, etc. Indexed.

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        The Works.

      Chicago: Stone & Kimball,, 1894. Newly collected and edited, with a memoir, critical introductions, and notes by Edmund Clarence Stedman and George Edward Woodberry. The illustrations by Albert Edward Sterner. In ten volumes. 10 volumes, octavo (185 x 118 mm). Finely bound by Blackwell for Brentano's in contemporary tan half calf, red and green morocco labels, decoration to spines gilt in compartments, marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt. With engraved portrait frontispieces and full page engravings throughout. Labels ever so slightly faded, an excellent set. A handsomely bound set. There is extra material in volume VII, which was previously unpublished. This material is; the final paragraph of "Plagiarism," "An Author's Face," "Apothegms," "Hyperism," and the eleven pieces on pp.336-349. It also has the first American publication of " The Journal of Julius Rodman" in volume V.

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        Miniatures and Borders from the Book of Hours of Bona Sforza, Duchess of Milan in the British Museum. With Introduction By George F. Warner.

      London: Published By the Trustees, 1894. - 1 vol., 10" x 7-5/8", illustrated. Bound in fine full brown morocco, ribbed gilt lettered spine, spine panels tooled in blind, covers elaborately tooled in blind, blind tooled crest to both covers, gilt dentelles, spine slightly sunned, all edges gilt, by Riviere & Sons, head and foot of spine fine, inner and outer hinges fine, a VERY GOOD copy. This illuminated manuscript 'Book of Hours' is of the Milanese and Flemish Schools and is of the highest order. The plates are printed in collotype. This is a reproduction of Charles V's, the Holy Roman Emperor, Book of Hours originally created for Bona Sforza, Duchess of Milan. The introduction by G.F. Warner deals with the history of the manuscript and commentary about the plates and artistic content. The fine details of the drawings and the artistic merits of the composition will not fail to excite the admiration of those interested in a fine example of the Book of Hours which is considered one of the most finest examples. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Qu'importe!". Autograph musical manuscript. Paris, 1894/95.

      1894. Folio. Title page and 4¾ pp. on 6 ff. Folio. Music paper. Notation for "Mezzo Sopran ou Barytone en ré" and piano, underlined with G. François's text, and dedicated "á Madame A. D." as well as to his lawyer, Della Rogers.

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        Cheret, Jules - Palais de Glace.

      Kleurenlithografie uit 1894 ontworpen door Jules Chéret. Gesigneerd in de druk rechtsonder.Gedrukt door Chéret"s drukkerij Chaix. Dit blad is een verkleining van het op de straten van Parijs hangende affiche en verscheen als bijlage van de Courier Français.Jules Roques, de eigenaar van Le Courier Français, was een van de grootste aanhangers van het werk van Chéret. Op een gegeven moment huurde Roques het enorme gordijn van het Theatre des Ambassadeurs, een van de grootste muziek hallen in Paris, en behing dit van boven tot onder met affiches van Chéret, met daarboven de naam van zijn blad. Ook gaf hij regelmatig affiches uit als bijlagen van zijn Courier Français, kleiner van formaat maar van de zelfde kwaliteit.De geneugten van Parijs zijn nergens zo evident als in de affiches gemaakt voor het Palais de Glace. Chéret ontwierp het ene meesterwerk na het andere voor hét ijs paleis van de Belle Epoque. Op dit affiche zien we een van zijn statuesque "Chérettes"' over het ijs zwieren, de toeschouwer kan weinig anders doen dan haar bewonderen.In 1894 opent het Palais de Glace haar deuren aan de Champs Elysées. Behalve voor de ijsbaan, gaat men er naar toe om te zien en gezien te worden. Het wordt the-place-to-be in Parijs. Ook in Brussel, Wenen, Londen en elders in Europa worden dergelijke schaatspaleizen geopend.In de 20e eeuw verliest het Palais de Glace gaandeweg haar aantrekkingskracht en moet in 1980 sluiten. Anno 2008 is in het monumentale gebouw het Théatre du Rond-Point gevestigd.Prijs: € 1.250,- (incl. lijst, BTW margeregeling).

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        THE YELLOW BOOK - An Illustrated Quarterly (1894-1897 13 volumi tutto il pubblicato), LONDON, Mathews & Lane, 1894

      1894. 16,5 x 20, bella e raffinata legatura editoriale in giallo, con piatti e dorsi figurati, tutti sono in buone condizioni, molti fogli sono ancora chiusi e tutte le tavole fuori testo sono protette da veline. Il colore giallo delle copertine venne scelto VOLUTAMENTE dall'editore per dare un tocco di "trasgressione" ai lettori "dell'Inghilterra puritana di fine '800" (Anche le "donnine" veneziane vestivano di giallo) Questa famosa rivista artistica inglese ha avuto una storia polemica che ha coinvolto l'amicizia tra BEARDSLEY AUBREY 1871-1898 (Il quale ha illustrato magistralmente alcune copertine delle prime 4 annate ed anche con num. tav. fuori testo all'interno, in tutti i primi 4 volumi, precedente la sua scomparsa) e OSCAR WILDE. Beardsley aveva in precedenza illustrato il famoso testo "Salomè" per Wilde, e le cronache del tempo non sono proprio categoriche nel sottilineare "l'amichevole frequentazione", ma l'opinione pubblica aveva già emesso la sentenza. I giornali del tempo riferiscono che quando Wilde venne arrestato ed imprigionato, chiese di passare dal suo studio, dove ritirò un volume di The Yellow Book e con esso sottobraccio entro' in carcere (anche per sottolineare pubblicamente l'ammirazione per la rivista stessa). Prescindendo da questi riferimenti, la rivista è di ottima qualità sia per le illustrazioni di altri valenti artisti (decine di tav. f.t.) che i contributi letterari (Beerbohm, John Buchan, Elia D'Arcy, Joh Davidson, Richard Garnett ed altri. Volume I April 1894 pp. 272 " II July 1894 pp. 360 " III October 1894 pp. 278 " IV January 1895 pp. 284 " V April 1895 pp. 318 " VI July 1895 pp. 336 " VII October 1895 pp. 320 " VIII Januyary 1896 pp. 406 " IX April 1896 pp. 256 " X July 1896 pp. 344 " XI October 1896 pp. 342 " XII January 1897 pp. 344 " XIII April 1897 pp. 316 La collezione completa dei 13 volumi

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        Les Races chevalines, avec une étude spéciale sur les chevaux russes.

      Paris, Librairie agricole de la Maison rustique, (vers 1894). In-4, XV-(1)-316 pp., reliure moderne demi-veau bordeaux (Vigreux), dos orné, tête mouchetée. Orné de 32 planches hors-texte en chromolithographie d'après les aquarelles de Samokisch et Bounine et de 70 photogravures d'après les dessins de Samokisch. Bel exemplaire. * Cheval, chevaux, équitation, équine * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s).* Frais de port en sus. * Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. * La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. * Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. *

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        MIRIFIQUES AVENTURES DE MAÎTRE ANTIFER. 78 illustrations par G. ROUX dont 12 grandes gravures en chromotypographie et 2 cartes en couleurs.

      1894Paris, Hetzel, sans date [1894]. Grand in-8 (192 X 282) percaline rouge de l'éditeur ornée de fers spéciaux, édition « au portrait collé », titre dans le cartouche, dos «au phare », second plat type « Lenègre e », tranches dorées (A. LENEGRE et Cie REL.) ; faux-titre avec frontispice au verso, titre, 420 pages, 14 planches couleurs hors-texte, 8 pages de catalogue "HF". Quelques rares rousseurs éparses, griffure sur le premier plat avec petit manque de couleur sur le globe terrestre et deux petites griffures au dos, sans caractère de gravité. PREMIÈRE ÉDITION grand in-8 illustrée, de la série des «Voyages extraordinaires », mise en vente le 26 novembre 1894, contenant in fine le catalogue « HF » de l'éditeur annonçant les nouveautés pour les années 1894-1895. L'ouvrage est COMPLET des 14 PLANCHES COULEURS hors-texte, dont 2 CARTES, l'une de l'Imanat de Mascate et l'autre du Spitzberg. (JAUZAC, 273-274). Ce volume illustré est présenté dans son beau cartonnage éditeur polychrome « au portrait collé », avec le dos «au phare » et le second plat de type « Lenègre e ». EXEMPLAIRE en BEL ÉTAT. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.

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        Mirifiques Aventures de Maître Antifer. (Portrait collé)

      78 illustrations par G. Roux, dont 12 grandes gravures en chromotypographie - 2 cartes en couleurs. Complet & Contrôlé. Édition originale. Bibliothèque d'Éducation et de récréation J. Hetzel et Cie. 1894 - 420 pages. Catalogue HF pour 1894-1895. Imprimé par Gauthier-Villars. Relié par Lenègre. Cartonnage polychrome Hetzel au portrait collé. Dos au phare. Tranches dorées. Gouttière régulière. Infimes rousseurs. Très bon état. Format in-4°(28x19).

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        A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE JAPANESE EMPIRE: Being a classified List of All Books, Essays and Maps in European Languages Relating to Dai Nihon [Great Japan], published in Europe, America & in the East, from 1894-1906.

      - EXCEPTIONALLY USEFUL * COPIOUS EARLY BIBLIOGRAPHY ON JAPAN London 1895, Kegan Paul/London 1928, Goldston. Black cloth,4vol. set, vols. 1 & 2 leather labels on front cover each volexceptionally clean, bright, firm, indices, vols. 3 & 4 inmylar protected dj., prospectus laid in. RARE FIRST EDITION Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2016Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        Lustige Gesellschaft

      Nurnberg: Theo Strosfer, 1894. Unnumbered pages. Cloth on board with applied chromolithograph . Eight (8) rhyming stories, each accompanied by a changing view picture puzzle. All mechanisms functioning. Few changing view pages pulled away from text block. Measures 12 3/4" x 10" .

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      Paris, Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1894 In-12, demi-basane marine, dos à nerfs, titre doré en plein, couvertures conservées. Un des 40 exemplaires numérotés sur papier Japon (seul grand papier). Faux-titre, titre, 598 pp. Bel exemplaire. Edition originale de ce roman, qui reflète la vision sceptique de l'auteur. Elle aboutit à la mise à l'Index du roman et de toute l'

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        The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson. [Including Treasure Island; Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; Kidnapped].

      Edinburgh: Printed by T. and A. Constable for Longmans, Green and Company, 1894. Edinburgh edition of the Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, often considered the finest edition of Stevenson due to the paper quality used. Octavo, complete set, 34 volumes, bound in three quarters morocco over marbled panels, raised bands with gilt titles and tooling to the spine, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers. In fine condition. An exceptional set. "Few writers have during their lifetime commanded so much admiration and regard from their fellow-craftsmen Energy of vision goes hand in hand with magic of presentment, and both words and things acquire new meaning and a new vitality under his touch" (DNB).

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