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        The Brownies Through The Union

      New York: Century Company. Very Good in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1895. First Edition. Hardcover. A charming first edition in pictorial laminated boards. Baumgarten, p. 51. Very Good+ condition, front hinge paper just starting. 1898 owner inscription to preliminary blank. A few drawings *carefully & discretely* colored with wash. Very Good+ example of the rare printed buff paperdust jacket, which replicates the binding design .

      [Bookseller: Books Tell You Why]
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        Das Lied vom Levi von Dr.Ed.Schwechten. Mit Bildern von Siegfried Horn.

      Köln, Verlag der Antisemitischen Buchhandlung Eduard Hensel,, 1895. 46 S./45 Abb. Neubindung gut, Einband gering befleckt, Vorsatz gering stockfleckig, innen mitunter fleckig, Schriftbild und Bildwerk unbeeinträchtigt, ansonsten siehe Scans auf unserer Homepage. G1 Versand D: 7,00 EUR Judaika, Antisemitismus, Polemik, Hetzschrift, Eugen Dühring, 19. Jahrhundert, Fin de Siecle, Rassismus

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        Autograph quotation signed.

      [Nuremberg, 1895]. - 4to. ¼ pp. on double leaf.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Antigüedades de Valencia. Obsevaciones críticas

      Librería de Pascual Aguilar, Valencia 1895 - Enc. Holandesa lomo piel de época, 2 Tomos ( 467+498 pgs. ), tiene los cantos rozados. Tema: Monografía [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London: "The Electrician" Printing and Publishing Company, Limited, [1895] - Octavo, pp. [i-v] vi [vii] viii [1] 2-402 [403: blank] [404: printer's imprint] [405-414: ads] [note: last leaf of ads is an insert with blank verso and ad for THE PEOPLE OF THE MOON on recto], eight inserted plates and illustrations in the text by A. d'Aguilcourt, original pictorial blue cloth, front and spine panels stamped in orange and silver, rear panel stamped in orange, white endpapers with floral pattern printed in green, all edges silvered. First edition. "An imaginative science-fantasy romance, with monsters and flying machines galore, of the life and civilization inside the moon; the manuscript was sent by means of an anti- gravity missile to earth for our edification." - Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 48. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 386. Locke, Voyages in Space 46. Suvin, Victorian Science Fiction in the UK, p. 59. Bleiler (1978), p. 40. Reginald 02748. Early owner's name on front paste- down. Cloth spotted, a sound, good copy. A very scarce book seldom found in nice condition. (#151615) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Currey, L.W. Inc. ABAA/ILAB]
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        The Architectural History of Harrow Church Derived from a Study of the Building

      Wilbee, J. C., Harrow, England 1895 - Contemporary full morocco binding of a dark brown color, and with hubbed spine in six panels. Boards with gilt rules and small gilt decorative motifs, and with small diaper design in blind to the fields. Spine states, in fairly crisp, gilt-stamped letters, "Harrow Church, Gardner." Spine with elaborate and crisp gilt-stamped design. Generally unbumped spine head and tail and with slightly bumped lower corners, The leather binding is exceptionally clean and almost entirely free of scratches, and with minor rubbing along the gutters. The spine is lightly and evenly sunned to a medium brown color. The text block is firmly bound in. 9.25 x 6 inches. With handsome marbled paper pastedowns and FEPs. T.E.G. With xii and 95 numbered pages, including an introduction, the main text, a glossary of technical terms employed, and a postscript. With XL full-page B&W plates plus Plate XLI, a pristine pull-out architectural ground plan of the church, The Church of S. Mary Harrow on the Hill. Also with 15 additional B&W illustrations. We can find no foxing or other blemishes, save for an instance of off-setting. The book is astonishingly clean overall. Front pastedown with the stunning late 19th century armorial bookplate of Harrow School, including the motto "stet fortvna domvs." Near the top of the bookplate is written in a neat ink hand, "E. W. Swan, Term prize for Drawing, 1900' given May 31st, 1900." Hence a presentation copy. Off-setting between p. 72 and the opposite plate, likely due to insertion of a newspaper clipping or similar. Neatly pasted on to a blank rear FEP is a newspaper clipping, "Harrow Church 850 Years Old." Above the clipping in a neat ink hand is, "Times, Jan. 17th 1944." Neatly pasted on to the opposite blank rear FEP is a B&W photo of Harrow Church, doubtless from the same newspaper article. Finally, neatly pasted on to the rear pastedown is a very small -- and somewhat bizarre -- news magazine clipping, "A Railway Victim." The clipping pertains to an interesting gravestone in Harrow-on-the-Hill churchyard regarding a hapless man who was run over and killed by a railway train in 1833, shortly after rail was introduced to Harrow and vicinity. Else a very clean copy. A Very Good copy. Scarce in any condition. An altogether engaging and handsome volume and a pleasure to hold in hand. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A History of British Birds. Revised, corrtected, and enlarged, with three hundred and ninety-four plates coloured by hand. In six volumes.

      John C. Nimmo, London 1895-97. 4. Auflage, 6 Bände, 318 S. - 288 S. - 281 S. - 258 S. - 232 S. - 235 S. m. 394 handkolorierten Holzstichtafeln, 4°, grünes Original-Halbleder mit Rückenvergoldung und aufgesetzten Bünden, Einband kaum berieben, nur die Vorsätze u. Titel vereinzelt stockfleckig, ansonsten außen und innen sauber, die Tafeln fast ausnahmslos sehr sauber, gutes und dekoratives Exemplar, Nissen IVB 645; Versand D: 5,00 EUR illustrierte Bücher, Ornithologie, Zoologie

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        The Black Riders and Other Lines

      Boston: Copeland and Day, 1895 - Small 8vo, original decorated cream boards, untrimmed. Partially unopened. ? Stephen Crane's second book, a collection of 68 poems published in a fin de siËcle nineties style, with the cover designed by illustrator Frederic C. Gordon. Edges slightly worn; text lightly foxed; very good copy. BAL 4070; Kraus, Copeland & Day, 20 First edition, trade issue, one of 500 copies. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop, ABAA]
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        Die Baudenkmäler in Frankfurt am Main. Herausgegeben mit Unterstützung der Stadt und der Administration des Dr. Johann Friedrich Böhmer\'schen Nachlasses von dem Architekten- und Ingenieur-Verein und dem Verein für Geschichte und Althertumskunde.

      Frankfurt a.M., Selbstverlag der beiden Vereine, 1895 -1914. 3 Bde. 4°. ca. 1500 S., ca 1500 Abb, Mit zahlreichen Tafeln und hunderten von Textabbildungen. nachgebundene Ausgabe , Halbleinen, Bibliotheksexemplar (ausgeschieden Frankfurter Zeitung), sonst Exemplare in guten Erhaltungszustand Demandt II,502 ; Sauer 345 Standardwerk zur Architekturgeschichte Frankfurts. - Beschreibt die denkwürdigen Bauten der alten Reichsstadt nach ihrer geschichtlichen und künstlerischen Bedeutung. - Bd.I: Kirchenbauten, Bd.II: Weltliche Bauten, Bd.III: Bürgerliche Privatbauten und ehemalige Judengasse. FFM 3 Versand D: 4,50 EUR 19.Jh.; Architektur; Francofurtensien, Landeskunde / Hassiaca / Hessen / Frankfurt am Main / Frankfurter Geschichte, Bau- und Kunstdenkmäler / Denkmaltopographie

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        The Time Machine.

      London, Heinemann. 1895, 1895. First edition. 8vo, pp.152, bound without adverts. Publisher's oatmeal cloth titled and decorated in brown, edges untrimmed. Some soiling to the spine, which is also a little cocked, endpapers browned and edgeworn, single name to half-title, internally clean, final leaf roughly cut at lower margin with a neat repair to the corner. A very good copy. 6,000 copies were printed of which only 1,500 were bound in cloth, as here. A presentable copy of the grandfather of all temporal adventurers. Wolff [7107], Hammond [B1], Wells [4].

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        Paroissien Romain d\'après les imprimés français du XVme Siècle.

      Paris, Gruel et Engelmann 1895. Mit 1 farblithograph. Tafel. 687 S., jeweils mit breiter Holzschntt-Bordüre. Außen schmuckloser roter Maroquin d. Zt. Mit Stehkantenverg., Innenkantenfileten und roten Seidenvorsätzen, vorderer mit Monogramm M. T. C. E., 11 Juin 1914. Goldschnitt. Signiert Gruel. 16 x 13 cm. Einem französischen Gebetbuch des 15. Jhdts. nachempfunden; an den drei seidenen Lesebändchen hängt jeweils ein kleines Heiligen-Medaillon. - Mit Buchhändler-Etikett Maison Marchais, Bordeaux. Tadelloses Exemplar. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Abbas Hilmi II of Egypt.

      [Weißenburg, Burckardts Nachfolger, c. 1895]. - Head-and-shoulders portrait. Stencil-coloured lithograph. 43 x 34 cm. One of the very rare Weißenburg illustrated broadsheets showing oriental motifs. These were published under the fictitious address of Hassan Uwais (Auvès) in Cairo. The present leaf shows the last Khedive of Egypt (ruled 1892-1914); thus it must have been published during under Camille Burckardt's successors, who took over the Weißenburg factory in 1889. - Slight tear to right edge; slight creasing. Edges somewhat browned. All of these prints are very rare; a different print commanded £21,250 at Sotheby's in 2012.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Archive]: The William Henry Cabell Family Papers

      1895 - An archive of holograph letters, manuscripts, photographs, and related material from the family of William Henry Cabell, Governor of Virginia from 1805 to 1808. The collection contains several letters by outstanding Virginia statesmen. Included are two retained manuscript copies of letters from Virginia governor William Henry Cabell to President Thomas Jefferson, an 1801 letter from J.E.B. Gilmer to U.S. Attorney General William Wirt relating to The College of William & Mary, an 1820 letter to W.H. Cabell from Thomas Jefferson Randolph, an 1821 letter to Cabell from Judge St. George Tucker, and nine other letters to Cabell. Also from this period are contemporary autograph extracts of two 1821 letters from Joseph Carrington Cabell to Thomas Jefferson relating to the founding of the University of Virginia.Among the later letters, spanning the years 1841-1895, is an 1848 letter from John P. Kennedy relating to his biography of William Wirt, and two letters from Fitzhugh Lee to John Grattan Cabell, one about a memorial for General J.E.B. Stuart.Also of importance is a 141-page genealogy of the Cabell family, likely compiled by Edward Carrington Cabell in the latter part of the 19th Century. In total the archive contains 27 Autograph Letters Signed, the manuscript genealogy, five miscellaneous documents, and 19 photographs. The genealogy presents a detailed account of the Cabell family beginning with Dr. William Cabell, who came to Virginia in the early 18th Century. It includes transcribed reminiscences, funeral orations, and related biographical information, along with some tipped-in contemporary newspaper obituaries. Among the photographs are many fine carte-de-visite portraits and silver gelatin prints of Cabell family members.A historically important collection of primary source material documenting one of Virginia's most important families and other equally influential contemporary Virginians. A detailed list is available.

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        Theater - Erinnerungen.

      um 1895 - 54 Tafeln mit Or.- Fotografien, gr.- 4°, Or.- GLwd.- Flügelmappe mit goldgepr. Tit. u. Blindpr. ( l. ber. u. best. ). Wohl private Sammlung von Schauspieler-Fotografien (53 Tafeln)in ihren Rollen in der Zeit von 1858 bis 1892. Leipzig - Stadttheater 1875-1880 (10), Hannover-Hoftheater 1858-1892 (10), Hannover - Residenztheater (1), Karlsruhe - Hoftheater (1), Meiningen- Hoftheater (26), Frankfurt a.M. - Stadttheater 1875-1878 (4), Stuttgart - Hoftheater (1). Alle Abzüge sorgfältig auf Untersatzkartons montiert, mit einer Linie kaschiert und betitelt sowie beschrieben. In sauberer Erhaltung. Zusätzlich eine Tafel "Adolf Sonnenthal als Wallenstein" (Fotografie), "W. Kaiser in Wallensteins Tod", Stahlstich bei Payne für das Pracht-Album für Theater & Musik.

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        Mittheilungen und Nachrichten des deutschen Palästina-Vereins. Herausgegeben im Auftrage des Vorstandes von Dr. O. Seesemann.

      Leipzig, Baedeker, 1895-1912. - Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen im Text und auf Tafeln. Buchrücken berieben. Titel rückseitig gestempelt. Bei 2 Einbänden sind die oberen Kapitale leicht beschädigt. Buchrücken mit Bibliotheks-Rückenschildern. Seltene und interssante Zeitschrift mit zahlreichen Berichten über Reisen nach, in und um Palästina sowie Beschreibungen von archäologischen Funden, Orten und Gegebenheiten des damligen Palästina. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 3000 8°. Halblederbände d. Zeit (5) und Halbleineneinbände (2). Jgge. 1-18 in 7 Bänden (alles unter diesem Titel erschienene).

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        Wegwarten. [Heft 1 von 3.] Lieder dem Volke geschenkt.

      Prag, Selbstverlag des Verfassers 1895..

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        Skizze zur Orientirung über den Feldzug 1812 [with inset] Skizze zur Orientirung des Krieges vom Jahre 1812 ende October bis Mitte December.

      Vienna: K.U.K Militar-Geogr. Instituets 1895 - Very large colour printed folding map (103 x 157 cm.) dissected into 50 sections and backed on linen. Titled in manuscript on cover "Campagne de Russie par Napoléon I, 1812, .Mr. Le Capitaine Thiry". Some slight wear at folds and light scattered browning. Large detailed map demonstrating Napoleon's campaign into Russia, extending from Poland to Moscow, the inset map from Wiln to Smolensk.

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        BAYERN. - Geographisch-Historisches Handbuch von Bayern.

      Franz, 1895-98., München, - 2 Bde. 25 x 18 cm. 2 Bl., VIII, 900 S., XXXI; XI, 1158 S., XXXIX. Mit sehr vielen Textholzstichen. Lentner 3244. - Umfassende Landeskunde, wegen des reichen statistischen Materials und der zahlreichen Quellenangaben auch heute noch von Bedeutung. Vor allem gesucht wegen der zahlreichen, nach Zeichnungen von Carl Dietrich geschaffenen authentischen Ansichten. - Vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig. Repräsentativ gebunden! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Naturgeschichte der Vögel. Herausgegeben von Dr. Carl Hennicke in Gera.

      Eugen Köhler., Germa-Untermhaus. 1895 - In zwölf Bänden. Germa-Untermhaus. Eugen Köhler. 1895-1905. 39,5 x 29 cm. Mit 449 ( davon 439 chromolithographierten) Tafeln. Originalhalbleinen. Einige Bände leicht berieben und beschabt, insgesamt aber In gutem fleckenfreiem Zustand. Am Vorsatz von Band 1: Ein eingeklebtes Blatt mit einer Widmung der Ortsgruppe Bonn des Bundes für Vogelschutz für den Ornithologen Fritz Neubaur. 7. April 1914. BAND I: Drosseln - BAND II: Grasmücken, Timalien, Meisen und Baumläufer - BAND III: Lerchen, Stelzen, Waldsänger und Finkenvögel -.- BAND IV: Stärlinge, Stare, Pirole, Rabenvögel, Würger, Fliegenfänger, Schwalbenvögel, Segler, Tagschläfer, Spechte, Bienenfresser, Eisvögel, Racken, Hope, Kuckucke - BAND V: Raubvögel - BAND VI: Taubenvögel, Hühnervögel, Reiher, Flamingos und Störche - BAND VII: Ibisse, Flughühner, Trappen, Kraniche, Rallen - BAND VIII: Regenpfeifer, Stelzenläufer, Wassertreter, Strandläufer - BAND IX: Wasserläufer, Schnepfen, Schwäne, Gände - BAND X: Enten - BAND XI: Pelikane, Fregattvögel, Tölpel, Fluss-Scharben, Tropikvögel, Möven - BAND XII: Sturmvögel, Steissfüsse, Seetaucher, Flügeltaucher (Anhang: Über den Haushalt der nordischen Seevögel Europas) Einige Bände leicht berieben und beschabt, insgesamt aber In gutem fleckenfreiem Zustand. Am Vorsatz von Band 1: Ein eingeklebtes Blatt mit einer Widmung der Ortsgruppe Bonn des Bundes für Vogelschutz für den Ornithologen Fritz Neubaur. 7. April 1914.

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        Workshop Receipts

      E. & F. N. Spon 1895 - 1895. 420 pages. No dust jacket. Brown, decorative cloth with gilt lettering. Hinge cracked with noticeable foxing, tanning and handling marks. Inscription of previous owners name at titles with intermittent dog-eared corners and scuffing along block-edge. Contains B&W illustrations. Noticeable bumping, rubbing and scuffing to spine ends and to corners with noticeable rubbing and wear along edges and over surfaces. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Body-Snatcher.

      The Merriam Company, New York 1895 - 61pp + 3pp of publisher's advertisements. Violet decorated cloth stamped in dark purple on the front and the spine. Contemporary dedication on the front free endpaper, corner of last advertisement leaf torn, spine panel darkened. Still a bright, near fine copy. ; Small octavo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Licht-Raum-Modulationen. [2005]. [6 Original-Fotografien / 6 original photographs].

       Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, geboren 1895 in Bacbarsod, gestorben 1946 in Chicago. 6 Originalfotografien s/w. Hergestellt vom Originalnegativ aus dem Nachlass bei Hattula Moholy-Nagy. Einmalige Auflage für die Griffelkunst Hamburg, 2005. Rückseitig von Hattula Moholy-Nagy monogrammiert, mit typografischer Beschriftung versehen. Maße Blätter: 30,5 x 24,0 cm. Abbildungen in unterschiedlichen Maßen. Serie in einer Mappe mit 8-seitigem begleitenden Text von Floris M. Neusüss. Sehr gutes, tadelloses Exemplar. 6 Original photographs in b/w. Griffelkunst edition, Hamburg 2005. Backside monogrammed by Hattula Moholy-Nagy. Measure sheets: 30,5 x 24,0 cm. Images in different measures. Original folder with 8-pages booklet with text by Floris M. Neusüss. Mint condition. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Fotokunst / photographic art; Original-Fotografie / Original-Photographie / original photograph

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      London: John Lane ... Boston: Roberts Bros.,. 1895. title page printed in orange and black, original pictorial blue cloth, front panel stamped in white, spine panel stamped in white and gold, publisher's device stamped in white on rear panel, all edges untrimmed.. Hint of rubbing to cloth at head and tail of spine panel and corner. tips, gift inscription lightly penciled on front free endpaper, else. a fine copy. A sharp copy of an attractive book. (#147303). First edition. Episodic mystery thriller incorporating four weird tales, including "Novel of the Black Seal" and "Novel of the White Powder," considered by Bleiler (1983) to be "among the classics of supernatural literature, beautifully narrated, highly imaginative, thought-provoking, even with a note of humor that is seldom encountered." Barron (ed), Horror Literature 2-59. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1071. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 147. Schlobin, The Literature of Fantasy 714. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 277. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature IV, pp. 1922-25. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3-161. Bleiler (1978), p. 130. Reginald 09474. Goldstone & Sweetser 7a.

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        Autograph Letter Signed

      Four page Autograph Letter Signed from D.P. Brown of St. Onge, South Dakota to his cousin James Breckenridge of Stewartsville, Missouri, dated 25 January 1895 on stationery of Adoniram J. Plowman, Attorney at Law of Deadwood. Old folds from mailing, else near fine. Brown relates that he is "about 12 miles from Deadwood & 30 miles from Indian Reservation" and (his idiosyncratic spelling here retained) "I am still alive and am married and living in the Black hills on a Horse Ranch of Judge Plowmans. I got my Rib broken last Saturday was leading a Horse to water and he started to run and I stayed with him to long." He relates that after traveling through Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska, Colorado, New Mexico, and Kansas, he is: "getting 300 a year and am at no expense but for clothing. Think I shall strike for more money or quit." A relatively interesting cowboy letter. The recipient was likely a member of the prominent Breckenridge family (the letter mentions his family in Kentucky). Plowman was a noted judge in Deadwood. .

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        Autograph letter signed.

      Dresden, 16. VIII. 1895. - 8vo. 6¼ pp. To an unnamed addressee, about an essay her father, Friedrich Wieck, once wrote on Liszt and Wagner.

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        Plutarch's Lives, the Translation Called Dryden's

      New York: Little, Brown, 1895. Corrected from the Greek and revised by A. H. Clough. Complete in five volumes corresponding to a comparison of lives of the ancient Greeks and lives of the ancient Romans. Presumed reprint of the publisher's 1859 edition. Printed by John Wilson and Son, University Press, Cambridge, MA, USA. Later half-leather bindings, unsigned but in the style of Root & Son, in saddle tan polished calf, with crisp gilt-stamped rules to the boards and with crisp gilt-stamped elaborate design to the hubbed spines, each spine with one red and one green morocco label, each with fairly crisp gilt-stamped lettering. Handsome marbled paper hardboards in shades of turquoise, sea blue, beige and bronze. Generally unbumped spine heads and tails but not without some scuffing and rubbing. Fairly sharp corners with a touch of rubbing and abrading. Almost no observable scuffing to the marble boards and minor scuffing to the leather and on the whole very clean and presentable bindings. Hinges strong. Text blocks firmly bound in. 9 x 6 inches. T.E.G. With handsome marbled paper pastedowns and FEPs. xlii, 414, 422, 452, 570 and 618 numbered pages. All volumes with appendixes. Vol. V also with index of historical and geographical proper names and index of the pronunciation of proper names. Not illustrated. As to all volumes, impressively clean and generally free of foxing. To the rear pastedown in each volume, tiny sticker of previous bookseller. Else very clean. Very Good Plus copies. An exceptionally handsome set of bindings.. Reprint. Half-Leather. Very Good Plus. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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      New York: F. Tennyson Neely Publisher, n.d. [1895] - Octavo, pp. [1-2] [1-4] 5-499 [500: blank], two inserted plates with illustrations by Miss Fairfax and Mrs. McAuley from drawings by the author, original green cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold, white endpapers. First edition. A later issue of the first edition with the "Arena" imprint on the spine panel and a cancel title page with Neely's imprint. This novel, the second and last of Pope's projected "Romances of the Planets" series, was first published by Arena Publishing Company in 1895. Arena issued the novel in two forms, in cloth with sixteen inserted plates, and in paper with three inserted plates. Neely acquired the Arena sheets (and some clothbound copies) and reissued them with cancel title pages. Although sixteen was the full compliment of plates for the copies bound in cloth, many of the hardbound copies issued by Arena and reissued by Neely have fewer inserted plates, generally three, but sometimes four or two. This copy has two plates, one used as the frontispiece, the other facing page 120. About 1897 Neely reprinted the novel on cheap pulp paper stock as a 25¢ paperback with two inserted plates. In Pope's sequel to JOURNEY TO MARS . (1894), the protagonist and his Martian princess visit Venus, a younger world comparable to some stage of earth's prehistory. Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 2-127; (1981) 1-139; (1987) 1-76; and (1995) 1-76. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 1806. Clareson, The Emergence of American Science Fiction: 1880-1915, pp. 202-03. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 628. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 177. Locke, Voyages in Space 163. Bleiler (1978), p. 160. Reginald 11815. Wright (III) 4305. A fine copy. Rare in this condition. (#137405) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Photograph of the Football Team of Indian University of Muskogee, Oklahoma

      1895 - Albumen photograph. Image size 6.75" x 4.75" mounted on stiff card. Corners of the backing board cut away just slightly affecting a couple of corners but not substantially affecting the image, two faintly visible short cracks in the margins, extending into the image a little, overall very good.Shown are eleven players in two rows either standing or kneeling in front of a backdrop of patterned wallpaper. Dressed in jerseys and padded pants, with one player holding the ball, all players are identified in pencil on the verso with their positions: Brady, Walter Lamar, Alex Yargee, John Phillips, John Meagher, Wm. Merrill, W.B. Wilson, Alex Foreland, Ernest McDaniel, Charlie Moore, and Willie McCombs. The *Indian Journal* of April 12, 1894 mentions Yargee had ".spent Saturday and Sunday in Eufaula in company with Prof. Brown." The *Dawes Final Rolls* listing tribal members in 1902 in which the names of Yargee, Phillips, Maegher, and Merrill appear.The Indian University was founded in 1880 by Almon C. Bacone in Tahlequah, Indian Territory. According to the *Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture*, the school was chartered by the Muscogee-Creek Nation for the purpose of providing a Christian education for American Indians. By 1885, it had been expanded and relocated to Muscogee. Between 1883 and 1895 it graduated 43 students with either bachelor's or master's degrees. It also featured a football team, and played the first Indian Territory football game against Henry Kendall College (later renamed the University of Tulsa). A photograph of the Kendell team exists with the team photographed against the same wallpaper background. It isn't such a large leap to speculate that the portraits were taken at the same time, and mostly likely in commemoration of that first contest. Rare.

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        PAN. Erster Jahrgang, Heft 2.

      Berlin: Genossenschaft PAN 1895 - Folio.Original wraps, a little defective, with original graphics by Wenban, S.L., GEYGER, ERNST MORITZ, KLINGER, MAX , THOMA , HANS , ECKMANN, OTTO Söhn, HDO: 52602-1, 3, 4, 5, 6 (lacking the Zorn)Edited by Otto Julius Bierbaum and Julius Meier-Graefe.PAN, the important German 21 volume art nouveau periodical (1895-1900), is the deluxe fin de siècle periodical with plates, illustrations, color initials, vignettes and tail-pieces representing a multitude of processes of modern picture reproduction, including original lithographs, etchings, and woodcuts,. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Parerga und Paralipomena: kleine philosophische Schriften. 2 Bde. Berlin, Hayn, 1851. 1 w. Bl., 3 Bll., 465 S., 1 w. Bl.; 1 w. Bl., IV, 531 S., 1 w. Bl. Blindgepr. Lwd.-Bde. d. Zt. mit reicher RVerg. (etw. berieben, Kap. bestoßen).

       1851 Grisebach S. 23; Borst 2446.- Erste Ausgabe, als einzige von Schopenhauer selbst besorgt. In nur 750 Exemplaren gedruckt.- \'Schopenhauer erhielt 10 Freiexemplare auf Velin, aber kein Honorar\' (Grisebach).- Alte handschriftliche Signatur auf Vorsatz (Band 1) und Titel (Band 2) von \'Richard Müller\' sowie wenige kritische Marginalien am Textrand - vermutlich stammen die Bände aus der Bibliothek des Philosophen und Psychologen Richard Müller-Freienfels (1882-1949) . Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Durchs wilde Kurdistan,

      Freiburg, Friedrich Ernst Fehsenfeld, 1895., - Kl.-8° Karl May`s gesammelte Reiseromane Band II Durchs wilde Kurdistan Reiseerlebnisse von Karl May, hrsg. Freiburg i.Br., Friedrich Ernst Fehsenfeld, o.J. 14.-18. Tausend (1895), kl 8° in der seltenen Original-Halbleder-Ausgabe mit Lederecken u. goldgepr. Rückentiteln, 638 S in sehr gutem Sammlerzustand. (Rücken m. Prägung gut, minimal best. Kanten, ohne Eintragungen); gesamt sehr guter Zustand. (rar!) Best.Nr.20374 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 950

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        Fingerprint Directories.

      London: Macmillan & Co.,, 1895. Octavo. Original purple cloth, titles to spine gilt, green coated endpapers. Ownership signature to half-title. Spine rolled, tips a little worn, edges rubbed, covers patchily sunned, front hinge cracked, rear hinge starting, marginal chip to p.11. First edition of Galton's final major work on the subject, designed to assist with classifying and indexing large numbers of fingerprints.

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        Musee Antoine Wiertz Bruxelles 1806-1865

      Musee Antoine Wiertz Bruxelles, 1895. Paperback. Used; Acceptable. Paperback; English language; 12mo - over 6.75" - 7.75" tall; a fair reading copy; undated but inscribed on front cover 1937 ; over 80 full-page b/w and sepia images many tissue protected ; text in English/German/French and Dutch; the numbering of the plates is 1-115 but there are about 34 plates which are not present, which seems also to be true of other copies of this book; there is no space in the binding for these extra plates, which suggests either that this was an error in the original printing, or that not all the numbered pictures were supposed to be included; it has been suggested that the numbering is not pages but refers to the frame numbers of the original paintings; whatever the reason, in this book the 'missing' pages/plates are 2, 7, 17, 40, 64-70, 72, 74, 77-79, 81, 87, 92, 97-110, 114; page 76 is at the front and page 73 is between pages 36 and 38 but is possibly a misprint for page 37. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent Royal Mail airmail.

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        The Novels

      Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1895. Leather bound. Fine. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1895. Leather bound. Forty volumes, Small octavo, 8vo. The Complete Novels of Honorè De Balzac. Titles include Beatrix, Daughter of Eve, Lost Illusions, Cousin Pons, The Lilly of the Valley, A Great Man of the Provinces in Paris, Memoirs of Two Young Married Women, The Magic Skin, The Marriage Contract, Catherine De Medici, Albert Savarus, etc. Bound in three quarter red calf, gilt decorations to spine, raised bands, brown title labels, top edge gilt, marbled endpaper.

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        The Body-Snatcher

      New York: The Merriam Company. 1895. First Edition. Hardcover. 61pp + 3pp of publisher's advertisements. Violet decorated cloth stamped in dark purple on the front and the spine. Contemporary dedication on the front free endpaper, corner of last advertisement leaf torn, spine panel darkened. Still a bright, near fine copy. ; Small octavo .

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        PAN. Erster Jahrgang, Heft 1

      Berlin: Genossenschaft PAN, 1895. Folio. Original wraps, a little defective, with original graphics by ROPS, FELICIEN, VALLOTON, FÉLIX EDOUARD, DUMONT, MAURICe, LIEBERMANN, MAX. Söhn, HDO: 52601-1, 2, 3, 4. Edited by Otto Julius Bierbaum and Julius Meier-Graefe. PAN, the important German 21 volume art nouveau periodical (1895-1900), is the deluxe fin de siècle periodical with plates, illustrations, color initials, vignettes and tail-pieces representing a multitude of processes of modern picture reproduction, including original lithographs, etchings, and woodcuts,.

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      New York: The Merriam Company,. [1895]. original decorated violet cloth, front and spine panels stamped in dark purple.. Minor rubbing to cloth at spine ends and corner tips, slightly dulled. spine panel, otherwise a bright, nearly fine copy. A nice copy of. this attractive little book. (#147932). First edition. Published as the second volume in Merriam's "Violet Series." "Stevenson was always interested in the supernatural and the uncanny ways in which the human brain can distort reality. His short stories are distinguished by psychological insight and a deft handling of horror. His first 'crawler' (his own pet name for horror stories) was "The Body-Snatcher, " written in 1881 and inspired by the case of Burke and Hare. He shelved the story for three years 'in justifiable disgust, the tale being horrid,' but it eventually appeared in the Christmas number of the Pall Mall Gazette (1884). It was advertised on posters, which were suppressed by the police for being too lurid and shocking. Stevenson turned down his £40 fee because he had such a low opinion of the story. 'I was not able to produce my best,' he claimed, 'and I will be damned if I steal with my eyes open.'" - Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural. p. 402. There has been some confusion about the nature of this story, whether it is truly supernatural, Clute and Grant calling it "marginally weird" (Encyclopedia of Fantasy, p. 897), Bleiler omitting it from his Checklist. Critics also have failed to see its literary quality: Barzun and Taylor pan it for "turning suddenly into a ghost story," Curtis C. Smith because the story "lacks logic and is merely gruesome." (Supernatural Fiction Writers, p. 310). A careful reading of the story reveals it to be definitely supernatural, effectively horrific, and artistically interesting. The reappearance of Gray as an intact corpse rings an interesting change on the usual ghost plot: rather than having a corpse appear as a living person, the decapitated and "long- dissected" Gray appears as an intact corpse. What is most shocking about the story is not its grue, but its breezy cynicism. True, Fettes has been punished for his misdeeds, but Macfarlane has prospered and so has their old medical school patron, the "meteorically famous" Mr. K---. And the vengeful hand of supernatural justice issues not from one of the innocent "lambs" but from one of the wrathful "lions." An author does not always make the best critic of his own work. This misunderstood and underrated "crawler" is one of Stevenson's very best. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1535. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature IV, p. 1701. Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 456. Reginald 15865. Hubin (1994), p. 771. Beinecke 608.

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        The Red Badge of Courage

      D. Appleton and Company, New York 1895 - A Fine copy of the book with the spine very slightly toned and a pea-sized rub mark on the coated front end-paper where it looks like an early price was erased. Despite these two very minor flaws, this is a bright, sharp, unread copy of the book and about as fine as one could hope to find it in the absence of the very scarce dust jacket. First printing with yellow top-stain, undamaged type on p. 225 and no mention of this title in four pages of ads at the rear. BAL 4071.The author's realistic portrayal of a young soldier's shame after fleeing a civil war battle. It was selected as one of Merle Johnson's "High Spots of American Literature." The author's second book after "Maggie" and easily his best work. Included in "Men at War: The Best War Stories of All Time" by Ernest Hemingway, who wrote that this novel "is one of the finest books of our literature, and I include it entire because it is all as much of a piece as a great poem is." Housed in a custom cloth clamshell. Fine. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Life and Death of Jason

      Kelmscott Press, (Hammersmith 1895 - Quarto. (iv) 355pp. One of 200 copies. Printed in red and black, with two full-page illustrations by Edward Burne-Jones and initials and decorations by Morris. A beautiful and highly prized volume, originally intended to be part of "The Earthly Paradise." Overall, a fine copy in original limp vellum, which shows very faint soiling. Silk ties are present, and one has been repaired. (Peterson A34; Sparling 34).

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        Gedr. Revers mit eigenh. U.

      Wien, 27. IV. 1895. - 1 S. Gr.-8vo. Beigebogen eine hs. Autorisation zur Reproduktion durch die Fa. H. Gedan, Xylographisches Kunstinstitut (1 S., qu.-gr.-8vo). Vordruck der Gesellschaft für vervielfältigende Kunst, Wien, der Klimt "hiermit das alleinige, uneingeschränkte und noch völlig unbegebene Vervielfältigungsrecht des Bildes meines Bruders 'Hanswurst auf der Jahrmarktbühne' (ausgestellt im Künstlerhause April 1895)" überträgt. - Das erwähnte Bild von Klimts 1892 verstorbenem Bruder war nach dessen Tod von Klimt vollendet worden. - Mit einigen zeitgenöss. Notizen und starken Randläsuren.

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      Paris: Société des Beaux Arts, 1895. ONE OF 20 LETTERED COPIES OF THE EDITION DE DEUX MONDES (this copy lettered out of sequence with a stamped red star) n. Hardcover. 270 x 200 mm (10 5/8 x 7 7/8"). xix, [i], 21-139, [1] pp. Preface by Anatole France. ONE OF 20 LETTERED COPIES OF THE EDITION DE DEUX MONDES (this copy lettered out of sequence with a stamped red star). SUMPTUOUS AZURE CRUSHED MOROCCO, LAVISHLY GILT AND INLAID in the Art Nouveau style, covers with large central fleur-de-lys in gilt and lilac morocco within an elaborate frame of lily bouquets and garlands inlaid in lilac, orange, and white; raised bands, spine gilt in compartments, the smaller ones at head and tail with an inlaid lilac fleur-de-lys, large central compartment with a spray of lilies in orange and white, and two compartments with gilt titling; very wide turn-ins with elaborate gilt floral and foliate decoration enclosing BURNT ORANGE MOROCCO DOUBLURES, front doublure featuring an oval inset of white kidskin with a hand-colored engraving of a female nude, ivory watered silk endleaves, blue marbled flyleaves, top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed, partially unopened. WITH 61 ILLUSTRATIONS BY PAUL AVRIL, comprised of 20 IN THREE STATES: plain, India-proof, and colored, and one in single state, all with tissue guards. Spine faintly sunned, otherwise A FINE COPY, as fresh and bright as one could hope for. Featuring gallant drawings by the very popular illustrator Avril (1849-1928), this luxuriously produced and extravagantly bound novel involves regicide to restore the honor of a queen in ancient Greece. According to Ray, Paul Avril "was a witty and ingenious artist," and a prolific one, as well. His greatest work is considered to be the illustrations he did for the first edition in French of "De Figuris Veneris" (a manual of classical erotology) from the original Latin and Greek edition of 1824 by Friedrich Karl Forberg. A celebrated illustrator of the period, Édouard-Henri (later changed to Paul) Avril studied art in various Paris salons, including the École des Beaux Arts from 1874-78. Théophile Gautier (1811-72) was one of the most popular writers of his time and a famous champion of art for art's sake.

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        PAN. Erster Jahrgang, Heft 3

      Berlin: Genossenschaft PAN, 1895. Folio.. Original wraps, a little defective, with original graphics by NAAGER, FRANZ; ECKMANN, OTTO, KLOTZ, ERNST; STAUFFER BERN, KARL. Söhn, HDO: 52603-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, (lacking the Toulouse-Lautrec) Edited by Richard Graul and Caesar Flaischlen. PAN, the important German 21 volume art nouveau periodical (1895-1900), is a deluxe fin de siècle periodical with plates, illustrations, color initials, vignettes and tail-pieces representing a multitude of processes of modern picture reproduction, including original lithographs, etchings, and woodcuts,.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Th. Fontane").

      Berlin, 12. VI. 1895. - 4 SS. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-8vo. Umfangreicher Brief an Anna Catharina Mayer über das Problem des Duellierens in seiner "Effie Briest". "[.] Es ist nämlich eine wahre Geschichte, die sich hier zugetragen hat, nur in Ort und Namen alles transponirt. Das Duell fand in Bonn statt, nicht in dem räthselvollen Kessin, dem ich die Scenerie von Swinermünde gegeben habe; Crampas war ein Geheimrath, Instetten ist jetzt Oberst, Effie lebt noch, ganz in der Nähe von Berlin. Vielleicht läge sie lieber auf dem Rondel von Hohen-Kremmen [.]" - Elisabeth von Ardenne (geb. von Plotho) das Urbild von "Effie Briest" starb 1952 im Alter von 99 Jahren in Lindau am Bodenseee. - Abgedruckt in Fontanes Werke, Schriften und Briefe, Abt. IV., Bd 4.

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        The Charge of the Light Brigade coloured photogravure

      London: Henry Graves & Co, 1895. . Very Good. Paper: 38 x 25 .12 inches Image: 33-7/8 x 20 inchesColoured photogravure, Some light markings on the top on the image in the sky and some foxing in the bottom border near the last line of the printed poem, otherwise very good condition. Col. photogravure after Woodville; 17th Lancers charging across plain toward artillery at left, mountains in background.The Charge of the Light Brigade was a charge of British light cavalry led by Lord Cardigan against Russian forces during the Battle of Balaclava on 25 October 1854 in the Crimean War in Woodville's painting 'Relief of the Light Brigade', the visualized the moment the 11th Hussars reached the Russian guns, however, in this print, Woodville shows the 17th Light Dragons (Lancers) at the beginning of the Charge. The central figure is the painting is Private James William Wightman, who was severely wounded and taken prisoner in the Charge. Prior to the charge, the Light Brigade possessed a mounted strength of 673 men. This was reduced to 195 after the battle, with 247 killed and wounded and the loss of 475 horses.

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        Vierteljahresschrift für Musikwissenschaft. Redigiert von Guido Adler. 10 Bände und Generalregister bearbeitet von R. Schwarz, zusammen 11 Bände.

      Leipzig, Breitkopf & Härtel, 1885, 1895. - Gr- 8°. Mit etlichen Tafeln auf Karton und einigen gefalteten Tabellen bzw. Notentafeln Halb-Leinen d. Zt. Die klassische Zeitschrift mit vielen bedeutenden Beiträgen hier mit dem separaten Register, komplett in 11 Bänden. - Titel mit kleinem Besitzerstempel "Rudolf Ficker, Innsbruck". Wenig gebräunt, teils berieben oder etwas bestossen, einige Gebrauchsspuren. - Seltene Original-Ausgabe. - Kein Versand in die Schweiz. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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