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        Uncle Remus

      US: Appleton. New York, Appleton, 1895. Large Paper Edition, one of 250 signed copies. Very good condition. Some foxing to first few leaves. Rubbing to the boards, a couple of leaves roughly opened. First gathering delicate, with associated pull to hinge. A couple of tissue guards appear to be missing. Slight lean . Very Good. Hardback. Limited Edition. 1895.

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        Diary for the Brewing Room

      A. Boake, Roberts & Co. 1895 - London: A. Boake, Roberts & Co., 1895: Very Good. Light wear and bumping to edge of boards, light wear to spine cloth. Hinges possibly repaired by former owner, though may be original. Pages are clean, though show occasional light spotting or signs of age. A lovely book, with sharp gilt stamping on cover and spine. Profusely illustrated with charts and many contemporary advertisements for beer and liquor making supplies, meant also to serve as a diary to assist the brewer track fomentation, with dates pertaining to the year 1895.

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        Almayer's Folly A Story of an Eastern River

      London, T. Fisher Unwin, 1895, first edition. Author's First Book, first issue with the dropped "e" in generosity and the missing "of" on page 110, original green cloth with gilt spine, TEG, other edges untrimmed, some pages unopened, Keating 1, Cagle A1a(1), Smith 1. Very good.

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        A Class-Book of Color;

      1895. MAYCOCK, Mark M. A Class-Book of Color; Including Color Definitions, Color Scaling, and the Harmony of Colors. Oblong 4to., bound in publisher's cloth-backed boards, slightly worn. Springfield, MA: Milton Bradley, 1895. |~||~||~||~| A delightful Victorian book intended for teaching colour and containing 164 mounted colour samples creating a work of surprisingly modern sensibility and which transcends its intention as a teaching tool.

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        My Climbs in the Alps and Caucasus.

      T. Fisher Unwin,, London: 1895 - Mummery was an English mountaineer and author. Known for his many first ascents in the Alps, he was part of a group to make the first attempt to summit Nanga Parbat (8,000 ft.), and lost his life there in 1895. Sml 4to, original tan cloth boards, with gilt text on black leather backstrip on spine. xii, 360 pp, frontispiece and 10 plates, many illustrations throughout text. Covers dusty, corners bumped. Spine dusty and frayed/chipped at head. Front hinge cracked but holding. Interior clean. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The King in Yellow

      F. Tennyson Neely 1895 - New York: F. Tennyson Neely, 1895. First edition thus. Not the true first edition, though published the same year as the first and in the most desirable of the variant bindings. Black cloth, silver lettering, yellow king with red wings, top edge gilt. In Very Good Minus condition. Rubbing and edge wear to cloth. Slight lean to binding. Previous owner details on front free end paper and again on title page. Storage odor and a few age related spots to pages. Presents well. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Photograph: Imperial Base Ball Club: Junior Champions of London

      (London, Ontario). Circa 1895. First. Large photograph. Image size approximately 10.5" x 13.5", mounted to 14" x 14.5". Image mounted on cardboard with the names of the players printed on the mount. Marginal chipping to the edges of the mount, just touching the lettering at the top, the image is fine. Pictured are ten players, the manager, a mascot, and a dog, all but the dog identified on the mount. .

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        Geologicheskaya Chast Kabineta ego Impr. Velichestva: Trudy

      . (Section) geologique du Cabinet de sa Majeste: Travaux. Vols. 1-8 partie I. St. Petersbourg 1895-1908 with several geological maps (about 7 handcoloured or chromolithographed) and several lithographs. New h.cloth and orig. wrs. - In russian and french or with french or german summaries.l Rare set most probably all that has been published but titles blind stamped. Also dealing with early Siberian geology!(Postage on this item might be more than indicated, please inquire).

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        The Second Jungle Book (Presentation Copy with Publisher's Bookmark & 19th Century Dust Jacket)

      Macmillan, 1895, Hardcover, Book Condition: About Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, First U.K. Edition, First Printing, Illustrated By: John Lockwood Kipling, C.I.E.Blue cloth with title and decorations stamped in gilt onto upper board and spine, 12mo (7-1/4 inches tall), all edges gilt, colored endpapers, illustrated throughout with jungle theme line drawings. Volume with spine ends softened and a tiny bump to the foot of the lower board near spine, contemporary gift inscription in ink "Jack. .." at head of the contents page, two small ink dots near top edge of title page. Gilt is bright and text is clean, lacking the foxing commonly found. DJ is worn and soiled with tears and chipping, especially at spine ends and top edge, some splatters to upper spine panel and tape repairs verso. The front panel has "Jack" written in a juvenile hand multiple times in pencil and is partially erased. An interesting coincidence that Kipling's son was John "Jack" Kipling. The bookmark has minor creases and fading to the head, else fine. An intact and robust survivor of one of Kipling's most enduring works, destined to be "King of the Jungle" in any early jacket or Kipling collection. ". ..There are thousands that do write; there are dozens that can write; but there is only one Rudyard Kipling." Rudyard Kipling - An Attempt at Appreciation, Monkshood, G. F. (pseud. W. J. Clarke), 1899. The 1895 Macmillan edition of The Second Jungle Book is a relative rarity when found complete in it's original 19th century dust jacket. It was the first illustrated Kipling UK dust jacket issued and is found in only a handful of institutions. Auction house records document the presence of a jacket (in various states of completeness - 1964, '73, '92 & '97) just four times. This jacketed copy also has the publisher's circular "PRESENTATION COPY" blind stamp on the title page and was thus reserved for a patron, friend or colleague. Found within, is the publisher's bookmark, with the printed date of "10.9.95" at it's foot. Macmillan's own records, held in the British Library, show "12 November 1895" (Richards, A85) as the official publication date of the first UK edition of The Second Jungle Book - following by just three days the publication of The Century Co.'s first US edition. The bookmark has "Works by Rudyard Kipling" printed at it's head, and shows The Second Jungle Book as being available prior to either of the known US or UK publication dates, at a price of "6s".Cutler & Styles, in "Modern British Authors: Their First Editions" (1930) show the London edition of The Second Jungle Book as being the first, rather than the US edition. The bookmark is an unusual and evocative piece of advertising ephemera, showing an earlier selection of works by Rudyard Kipling, the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1907. Ref. Richards, A85; Cutler & Styles p. 81.

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        KELMSCOTT PRESS] CHILD CHRISTOPHER AND GOLDILIND THE FAIR (2 Volumes, Complete)

      Kelmscott Press, Hammersmith 1895 - Printed in Chaucer type with bold engraved title page as well as 4- and 6-line initials throughout; shoulder notes and chapter headings in red; errata slip tipped in a the back of Volume I. Bound in modern brown goat with leather hinges and marbled endpapers; hand-tied silk endbands; small tasteful institutional blindstamps at the bottom of three preliminary pages and the last page of each volume (this includes the opening border, but does not detract), a tidy, ink, 5-digit catalog number on the verso of each half title, otherwise, contents are clean and bright; a very lovely production finely bound. Images available upon request. Peterson A35, Tomkinson 35, Ransom 35. Limited Edition, one of 600 copies on paper [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Secret of the Court. A Romance of Life and Death

      London: Hutchinson, 1895., 1895. First edition. 8vo. Publisher's decorated navy blue cloth, titled in gilt and green to spine and front boards decorated in fine oriental style with gilt moth, skull, lotus flower and Horus motifs. All very mysterious looking. Minor edgewear, bumped to spine ends but overall strong, bright and handsome. A very good copy indeed. Plain endpapers, slightly tanned. Internally clean with some very minor and occasional spotting. Illustrated throughout with an enticing assortment of square-jawed English looking chaps being steadfast and a smattering of sinister, rather frenzied foreign types clearly up to no good. A lovely example of a bit of ancient Egyptian undead reanimating shenanigans.

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        The Cricket on the Green

      London: Jordison & Co. Ltd,, [1895]. Illustrated by R. E. Wethey. Quarto, pp. 34. Original blue-cloth backed pictorial wrappers. 28 blue and white illustrations. Wrappers slightly creased and marked, minor spotting to a few pages, skilful restoration to a few edges; an excellent copy. A humorous account of the Inter-Parochial Cup featuring the match between the villages of Whizzingham and Hurry­cum­Up. Presentation copy, inscribed on the title page to "Aunt Lizzie with the Author's kind love". Ernest William Hornung (1866-1921) was born in Yorkshire, and attended Uppingham School, leaving before he reached the upper sixth and emigrating to Australia. Hornung returned to England in February 1886 when his father's health was failing, and became brother­in­law to Arthur Conan Doyle on his marriage to Constance Doyle in 1893. He is best known as a crime writer, publishing The Amateur Cracksman in 1899, which contained his first stories about A. J. Raffles - a cricketer by day and burglar by night.

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        Representation of a Function by Its Line Integrals, with Some Radiological Applications [I & II]. WITH: Computerized transverse axial scanning (tomography)

      Lancaster, PA and London: Journal of Applied Physics; British Journal of Radiology. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Fine. FIRST PRINTINGS IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS of the papers documenting the invention of the CAT scan. "When German physicist Wilhelm Roentgen accidentally discovered x-rays cast by his cathode ray tube in 1895, the phenomenon quickly found practical application in medical imaging and diagnostics. It would be another 80 or so years before x-rays were harnessed in a new, improved form of diagnostic imaging: computer-assisted tomography, or CAT scanning. "In a CAT scan, the x-ray tube and detector rotate around the patient, capturing images of each cross-section of the body an organ under examination. A CAT scan uses crystal detectors that emit signals when struck by x-rays, which are stored and analyzed in a computer. The result is a 3-D image of the body part. "The two men credited with the CAT-scan's invention are Allan Cormack and Godfrey Hounsfield, who shared the 1979 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discovery... "Cormack provided the theoretical framework for CAT scans, analyzing the conditions for demonstrating a correct radiographic cross-section in a biological system, which was published in two papers in 1963 and 1964, respectively... Building a practical machine became the purview of Hounsfield..." (American Physical Society). "Working at the Central Research Laboratories of EMI, [Hounsfield] developed the first commercially successful machines to use computer-assisted tomography... Introduced in 1973, the early machines were used to overcome obstacles in the diagnosis of diseases of the brain, but the technique has now been extended to the whole body" (Biographical Encyclopedia of Scientists). The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1979 was awarded jointly to Allan M. Cormack and Godfrey N. Hounsfield "for the development of computer assisted tomography". Note: The issue with the Hounsfield paper - extensively illustrated with images of scans - contains follow-up studies by Ambrose, Perry, and Bridges. IN: Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 34, No. 9, September 1963, pp. 2722-2727. Part II: Vol. 35, No. 10, October 1964, pp. 2908-2913 [Cormack]. IN: The British Journal of Radiology, Vol. 46, No 552, December 1973, pp. 1016-1022 [Hounsfield]. Quarto, original wrappers. Three issues. With 1974 stamp from the V.A. Hospital (PA) Medical Library on cover of Hounsfield issue. (Cormack issues without any stamps.) Very minor edgewear. SCARCE in original wrappers, particularly the Hounsfield paper.

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        The Tale of Beowulf

      1895. MORRIS, William. The Tale of Beowulf. Transcribed for this edition by Morris and A.J. Wyatt. [viii], 119, [1] pp. Folio, bound in original full limp vellum with green silk ties. Hammersmith: The Kelmscott Press, 1895. |~||~||~||~||~| One of 300 copies. Printed by William Morris at his Kelmscott Press. The characteristic Kelmscott ornamental decoration of the opening leaves and numerous border ornaments design by Morris. This Old English Heroic poem survives in a single manuscript known as the Nowell Codex. Its composition by an anonymous Anglo-Saxon poet is dated between the 8th and the early 11th century. Two of the six silk ties partially missing, else a fine copy.

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        Landschaft Priene. Öl auf Leinwand, auf Malpappe aufgelegt.

      1895.. Monogrammiert, datiert und bezeichnet "Priene". Mit Original-Autograph "Ludwig v. Hofmann 14.1.21". 33,5 x 46,5 cm.. Die ungewöhnliche Perspektive monumentalisierte den Landschaftsausschnitt. Durch die extreme Nahsicht und die Untersicht nimmt die Landschaft den Betrachter gefangen. In impressionistisch leichtem Pinselduktus in hellen Naturtönten gemalt. - Ludwig v. Hofmann malte sein Bild 1895, das Jahr, in dem die systematische Ausgrabung der antiken Stadt Priene durch den Archäologen Carl Humann begann. Es verblieb in seinem Besitz und gelangte 1921 in Privatbesitz. Zum Verkauf des Bildes findet sich ein Brief von Ludwig v. Hofmann an "Verehrtester Herr Geheimrat", "Dresden. 14.1.21." Hofmann avisiert darin die Lieferung von 4 Bildern zur Auswahl. Eines davon ist das angebotene Bild. -

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        Für die Feste und Freunde des Gustav-Adolf-Vereins; Nr. 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118 + 119; (9 Bücher in Einem)

      Hugo Klein; Barmen 1895 (ca.). ca. 160 S. mit einigen Abb. 16° - Sedez (entspricht 10 - 15 cm) Pappeinband - Gebundenes Exemplar altersgemäß gut erhalten, lediglich Einband leicht berieben, mit Nummernaufkleber am Buchrücken, Einband leicht berieben. Ecken und Kanten leicht lädiert, Vorsatz gestempelt, mit privater Bleistifteintragung, hinteres Gelenk leicht aufgeplatzt..

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        MATHER'S HISTORICAL PHOTOGRAPHS. PART 1

      Titusville, Pa. 1895.. Letterpress titlepage, two text leaves and twelve linen- backed photographs bound in on stubs, as issued. Original cloth, gilt, captioned MATHER'S HISTORICAL OIL REGION VIEWS OF WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA on the front cover. Minor wear at spine ends. Hinges starting, front free endpaper a bit chipped, with edges reinforced on the verso. Very good. Edwin Laurentine Drake was the first American to drill for oil, at Oil Creek, Pennsylvania, near Titusville, in 1859. Mather quickly grew fascinated by Drake and the oil business, moved to Titusville, opened a photography gallery, and compiled an exhaustive photographic history of the area's oil industry over the next forty years. Collected here are twelve photographs, the majority printed in 1895 from older negatives, and captioned in the negatives by Mather. A gift inscription on the front free endpaper comes from the wife of "E. Mather," presumably a descendant of the photographer. An excellent record of Mather's photographic work in Pennsylvania. Mather's work is quite scarce. A second part was issued several years after this (the last complete set we are aware of sold for $18,000). Swanson, A CENTURY OF OIL AND GAS IN BOOKS, p. 155.

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        Yofu Gajo

      1895. EHON. Yofu Gajo. Three volumes. Illustrated with 30 double-page colour landscape woodcuts (ten in each volume). The artists are Takeuchi Seihô, Kikuchi Hôbrun, Taniguchi Kôkyô, and Yamamoto Shunkyo. 8vo., 235 x 160 mm, bound accordion style in Japanese printed and illustrated paper over boards, silk-thread stitched spines. Laid into original chitsu clasped case with title-label. Kyoto: Unsôdô, 1895. |~||~||~||~||~| A lovely volume illustrating Japanese landscapes in summer, spring, winter, and fall. The style and subject matter offers a mixture of Western realism with Shijô tradition. Some light spotting to covers and to the original chitsu protective case, internally fine.

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        Autograph Letter Signed by English-born Aesthetic Movement Artist AUBREY BEARDSLEY, Mentioning OSCAR WILDE's New Play

      1895 - BEARDSLEY, AUBREY. (1872-1898). English born, Aesthetic Movement artist known for his illustrations of Oscar Wilde's Salome and Sir Thomas Mallory's Le Morte d'Arthur. ALS. ("Aubrey Beardsley"). Written on his personal stationery to English author, translator and influential critic EDMUND GOSSE (1849-1928) whom he addresses as "Mon cher Maître." 2pp. 8vo. London, (January 4, 1895.) "I shall be enchanted to sup with you Sunday next. Oscar's new play is a charming thing & went awfully well last night. With kindest regards to Mrs. Gosse your - " Despite early forays into music and literature, Beardsley found success as an artist. Influenced by Japanese prints and French poster artists like Toulouse-Lautrec, Beardsley developed a unique Art Nouveau style of pen-and-ink drawings, and became a leading figure in Britain's Aesthetic Movement. Beardsley's counterpart in the literary world was his friend, Irish poet, wit, and dramatist Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), who, as a student at Oxford, embraced the Aesthetic Movement and the writings of John Ruskin and his contemporaries. It was during his university days that he began to publish poetry, quickly becoming a fixture in London society. As his fame grew, Wilde became a leading proponent of the Aesthetic Movement. . . in fact, he was the very embodiment of the aesthete, who not only dressed the part, but surrounded himself with art and beauty, while writing at length on the subject. In 1892, London rehearsals for Wilde's play Salome were stopped after the Lord Chamberlain prohibited any depiction of Biblical characters on stage. In 1893 Wilde found success in London's East End with stage productions of A Woman of No Importance, Lady Windermere's Fan and An Ideal Husband. Beardsley must have been delighted with the "in" reference to the influential "Yellow Book," where he was the art editor, when the dark and immoral character Laura Cheveley remarks, "I have never read a Blue book. I prefer books - in a yellow cover." The Importance of Being Ernest is considered with An Ideal Husband to be Wilde's masterpiece. His controversial Salome was not performed publicly until its Paris debut in 1896, at which time Wilde was incarcerated after his conviction of sodomy and gross indecency, events that ended his literary output and likely contributed to his early death. He had been arrested just three months after Beardsley penned our letter. Gosse was the son of a deeply pious naturalist father and illustrator mother. After rebelling against his religious upbringing, Gosse held positions at the British Museum and House of Lords library, wrote for the Sunday Times, and reviewed Scandinavian literature, including the works of Henrik Ibsen, which he translated into English for the first time. He was an expert on the works of John Donne, Thomas Gray, Coventry Patmore. He also secured financial support for both W.B. Yeats and James Joyce, thus encouraging their literary careers. Gosse was interested in art as well as literature, penning the first history of late-Victorian sculpture in 1894. He was the dedicatee of the 1896 edition of Alexander Pope's poem The Rape of the Lock, illustrated by Beardsley, whose letters to him were invariably addressed "Mon cher Maître." In addition to his own books of verse, several biographies and numerous volumes of criticism, Gosse authored the popular memoir Father and Son. Despite acknowledging his latent homosexuality, Gosse enjoyed a long and happy marriage to pre-Raphaelite painter Ellen Epps (1850-1929). Folded and trimmed with significant matte burn that affects the appearance. A very minor tear has been professionally restored. In good condition and a fine association; not published in The Letters of Aubrey Beardsley. Beardsley succumbed to tuberculosis at the age of 25, and his letters have become increasingly rare. * All our items are sent via Federal Express. Additional postage may be requested. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        My Climbs in the Alps and Caucasus

      London:: T. Fisher Unwin,. 1895.. First edition. Hardcover. Good + overall. Mummery was an English mountaineer and author. Known for his many first ascents in the Alps, he was part of a group to make the first attempt to summit Nanga Parbat (8,000 ft.), and lost his life there in 1895. Sml 4to, original tan cloth boards, with gilt text on black leather backstrip on spine. xii, 360 pp, frontispiece and 10 plates, many illustrations throughout text. Covers dusty, corners bumped. Spine dusty and frayed/chipped at head. Front hinge cracked but holding. Interior clean.

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        Elementary Color

      1895. BRADLEY, Milton. Elementary Color. With an introduction by Henry Lefavour, Professor of Physics, Williams College. iv, 128 pp. Illustrated with colour frontispiece 'Miniature Color.' 8vo., bound in publisher's cloth. Springfield, MA: Milton Bradley, [1895]. |~||~||~||~| First Edition. The book includes an extensive section of practical experiments with colour. Professor Herbert has pointed out that these "object lessons," form and colour exercises, reappeared later in the Bauhaus, and the transfer from children's instruction to art schools (via such educators as Franz Cizek and Adolf Hoelzel) is attracting a growing number of historians of modern art (Yale Library Gazette, July 1974, pp. 22-23). The frontispiece to the present work is a marvel of handwork; it is a series of two miniature colour charts, side by side, of pure spectrum scales and broken spectrum scales, both made from the Bradley Educational Colored Papers. Together the two charts contain 126 individually mounted small squares of papers. |~| Birren Collection 98.

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        The House of Bishops. The General Convention, Minneapolis, 1895

      (Milwaukee: The Evening Wisconsin Co.). 1895. First. First edition. Tall octavo. Blue cloth. Illustrated from photographs. Top of the title page is trimmed, probably to remove an owner's name, and affecting no printing, else near fine. The book, which consists mostly of portraits of American Bishops, has been used by a former owner as an autograph album, affixing the signatures of all but one of the pictured Bishops, mostly with signatures cut from letters, as well as with the signatures of other Bishops not pictured. Contains over seventy Signatures. Included are successive Presiding Bishops of the Episcopal Church of America, John Williams and Thomas March Clark; Henry Benjamin Whipple, who worked tirelessly for Native Americans; the first African-American member of The House of Bishops, Samuel D. Ferguson, Missionary Bishop to Cape Palmas in Liberia, the first Liberian Episcopal Bishop, and the founder of the Cuttington Collegiate and Divinity School there; and the signature (but not portrait) of the first African-American Episcopal Bishop, James T. Holly, Bishop of Haiti. A particularly nice collection of autographs. .

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        Iris Kæmpferi 25 Choice Var. Yokohama, (on pasted label:) T. Sakata & Co. [covered by blank label: The Yokohama Nursery Co.], [ca. 1895]. Folio (38 x 29 cm). With 13 beautiful chromolithographed plates containing 25 numbered illustrations of Japanese irises. Original laced paper with artistic pasted dried iris leaves on front and back.

      WorldCat (3 copies); cf. BMC NH, p. 2374; Kew Gardens on-line cat. (Iris Kæmpferi). Presentation copy of a very rare Japanese nursery catalogue with 25 beautifully varieties of Japanese irises in color, attributed to Yokohama Ueki Kabushiki Kaisha. At least three editions exist of the Iris Kæmpferi, with 18, 25 and 50 illustrations, all published by the Yokohama Nursery Co., except for our copy, where the original imprint is covered, and replaced by a label of T. Sakata & Co., another Yokohama nursery company.With presentation on the front cover: "Compliments of T. Sakata & Co.". Binding slightly soiled. Very good copy.

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        Traité théorique et pratique du haschich et autres substances psychiques

      Edition originale.A also about opium, cocaine, ether, magical herbs, pills, narcotic plants ... A little lack in foot back, two small spots in the first flat foot, a clear marginal wetting the second course, a few rousseurs.Rare. Chamuel Paris 1895 12x19cm broché

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        En route

      Edition of current paper. Bound in black half grief, back with five nerves with small traces of rubbing, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats paper bowl, contemporary binding. Autograph signed by the author. A very pale wetting at the foot of the first page. Tresse & Stock Paris 1895 11,5x18,5cm relié

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        Confessions

      First Edition.Binding to bradel half canvas fir, smooth back with a gold floral pattern, gilt double fillet tail, flat marbled paper.Signed autograph author Rene Andreau.Illustrated book with a portrait of the author as a frontispiece by Louis Anquetin. Publication Paris 1895 11,5x18,5cm relié

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        Por los mares de España: Impresiones de viaje

      - PRIMERA EDICION.- Manila: Tipo-Litografía de Chofré y Copm., 1895.- 314 p.; 8° (17 cm.); Media Piel nueva, lomera con 4 nervios, filetes y hierros dorados, rueda dorada en tapas o planos.- Interesantes impresiones del viaje de un filipino a España. MUY RARO. Libro en español [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The King in Yellow

      F. Tennyson Neely, 1895. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: F. Tennyson Neely, 1895. First edition thus. Not the true first edition, though published the same year as the first and in the most desirable of the variant bindings. Black cloth, silver lettering, yellow king with red wings, top edge gilt. In Very Good Minus condition. Rubbing and edge wear to cloth. Slight lean to binding. Previous owner details on front free end paper and again on title page. Storage odor and a few age related spots to pages. Presents well.

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        En Moder. Skuespil i en akt.

      Kristiania 1895. Liten 8vo. 44 s. Priv. helkartonbd. m. skinnetikett. Begge omsl. medb. Foromsl. rep. og ufriskt. En skjold på tbl. Ellers pen. Ubeskåret ekspl. Supprimert. [Thuesen s. 40]. Priv. supprimert fordi et firma i Kristiania - av folkemeningen treffende kalt Knipesen og Knappesen - syntes at skuespillet kom dem litt vel nære inn på livet i en underslagssak. Politiet foretok seg ikke noe, så firmaet kjøpte selv opp så mange eks. av boken det var mulig å få fatt i

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        THE AYARS MAIL CATCHER AND DELIVERER. A DEVICE FOR CATCHING AND DELIVERING MAIL BAGS TO AND FROM RAILWAY CARS IN MOTION. APPROVED BY THE U. S. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT

      The Ayars Mail Catcher Co., 1895., 1895. First edition. 12mo. There are six items in this collection of ephemera. FIRST is the 19 page booklet that fully details the Ayars mail catcher and deliverer. There is an inked former owner's name to top edge of front cover panel and some penciled names on the rear cover panel, else a very good copy. SECOND is a 7 page United States Patent Office application noting that "Benjamin D. Ayars, Jr. of Chester, Pennsylvania, Assignor of one-half to George M. Bunting and George M.Booth, of same place, and Howard W. Lippincott, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mail-Bag-Delivering Apparatus. This application has 3 illustrations and some small fold tears, else in very good condition. THIRD is a 4 1/4" x 6 1/2" photograph of the Ayars Mail Bag Delivery Receiver attached to a U. S. Mail car. The photograph is in very good condition. FOURTH is a 4 1/4" x 6 1/2" photograph of the Ayars Mail Bag receiver. The photograph is in very good condition. FIFTH are two blueprints from the N.Y.N.H. and H.R.R. Motive Power Department dated 7-18-98. #2720 and #2721 for the Mail Bag Receiver. Both blueprints are in very good condition. By 1895 there were 10,520 railroad stations in the United States that received mail while the train was in motion. In 1895 the Post Office Department advertised for a device which could collect mail from a train moving at speeds up to 60 MPH without damaging or destroying the bags or injuring personnel. Thirty five models were submitted of which four were accepted. The four accepted were (1) The Fleming Mail Catcher and Deliverer, (2) The Hauss Mail Catcher and Crane, (3) The Winsor Combined Catcher and Deliverer, (4) The Ayars Mail Catcher and Deliverer. These four candidates were later narrowed down to two systems, the Fleming and the Ayars systems. Railroad stations were officially advised that when their present system was no longer usable they must install one of the two approved models. On June 3

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        The Wharfedale Fly Book. Names and Directions for using 48 Standard patterns of Flies - [with:] Walbran's British Angler. First Series. Salmon, Trout, and Grayling. How, When, and Where to Catch Them [with:] Grayling and How to Catch Them and Recollections of a Sportsman

      Leeds; Scarborough, 1883; 1889; 1895 - Choice angling Wallet (with specimen flies) from the Leeds author, editor, and tackle manufacturer Francis M. Walbran, whose advertisements describe his establishment as "The Northern Anglers' Depôt", and whose emphasis is upon the Yorkshire rivers 3 vols., 8vo. Title and 12 pp. fly patterns (listing 48 in all), printed on vellum, with pockets opposite, and felt sheets and additional pockets. With 88 inserted flies. Fly wallet in full brown morocco, small title in gilt under flap. Some soiling to first and last leaves of vellum, owner name at head of title, a dozen flies showing signs of wear. Books in original tan or green cloth, minor soiling and wear, very good. Bookplate. Custom cloth folding box. Westwood & Satchell Supplement, p. 255; Heckscher 1998; Coleby p. 73; Hampton's Angling Bibliography p. 284 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PRINCE ZALESKI

      London: John Lane, The Bodley Head. 1895. First edition, first printing. Original purple cloth with white titles and design to both the upper and lower boards and with the titles in gilt to the spine. The cover and title page designed by Aubrey Beardsley. Binding is bumped at the corners but is otherwise clean and square with quite heavy fading of the spine. The contents are clean and bright and without inscriptions or stamps. A decent very good copy. A Haycraft Queen Cornerstone.Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        The White Wampum - Tekahionwake

      London: London John Lane, 1895. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. E.H.N.. Large 12mo - 7 ¾" x 5". Publisher's decorated brown cloth covered boards with tomahawk stamped in black decoration and the name Tekahion-wake + gold letters on spine (bright). The Condition is very good+, small nicks on corners of cover Ragged edged paper. Illustrated title page, viii, 88 pp. text, 16 pp. publisher's 1895 catalogue of the Bodley Head (List of Books in Belles Lettres), deckled edges, hand cut paper. This is a wonderful book of poems by Mohawk Native American poet/author E. Pauline Johnson, Tekahionwake. This is the first edition of this authors first book. An important book, generally regarded as the first work ever published by a Native American woman. Most of the 36 poems in this volume deal with her Native American heritage. Uncommon E. [Emily] Pauline Johnson was born on the Six Nations Indian Reserve near Brantford, Ontario, in 1862. She received little formal education, but had a natural aptitude for literature and began to write poetry at an early age. In her poetry she expressed, as no one had done before, the intensity and passion, the hopes and feelings - and much, too, of the tragedy - of her people. She died in Vancouver in 1913 and was laid to rest among the ferns and wild flowers in Stanley Park, a short distance from Siwash RockBiographer Charlotte Gray says: "Why does Pauline Johnson, Tekahionwake, the nineteenth century daughter of a Mohawk chief and an English gentlewoman continue to haunt our collective imagination? When the beautiful poetess Pauline Johnson swept onto the stage in her buckskin 'Indian' outfit and bear claw necklace or one of her elegant silk evening gowns, she mesmerized audiences from coast to coast. At at time when women rarely travelled, she crossed the country nineteen times and the Atlantic three times, equally at home in the salons of the rich and powerful and in the whistle-stop towns that dotted a growing country. Ironically, after gruelling years on the road and little income, Pauline finally realized her dream of becoming a bestselling author as she faced death. She left us with an enduring mystery: who was the young man in the locket she always wore and who sent beautiful flowers and a loving note to her funeral. In (her book), Charlotte Gray explores the many dimensions of Pauline Johnson's life. Complex and talented, she was a native rights advocate ahead of her time; a lyric poet who performed vaudevillian skits; a New Woman who wrote for 'The Mother's Magazine'; and an incurable romantic who never married.

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        Critical and Historical Essays

      nbsp;London -Longman's, Green, And Co., 1895 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An attractive set of 28 essays over four volumes, including discussion of Milton, Machiavelli, Boswell's Life of Jonson and Horace Walpole. All essays were originally published in the Edinburgh Review. Complete in four volumes. A new edition. The Edinburgh Review, founded in 1802, was one of the most influential British magazines of the 19th century. It ceased publication in 1929. Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1st Baron Macaulay, 1800 1859, was a British poet, historian and Whig politician. He wrote extensively as an essayist and reviewer, and on British history. He also held political office as Secretary at War between 1839 and 1841 and Paymaster-General between 1846 and 1848. Condition: With armorial prize binding of blue calf and decorative spine. Externally, sound with cracking to the joints, occasional marks to boards and light wear to extremities. Internally, firmly bound very bright and clean, with evidence that bookplates to each volume has been removed from each front pastedowns. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED.

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        Guy Mannering

      London - Adam and Charles Black, 1895 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Walter Scott's hugely successful novel, Guy Mannering. Volume II of the Standard Edition of the Waverley Novels. With an engraved title page and frontispiece. Condition: In an armorial red calf binding. Externally, sound, though rubbed, and with some wear to the extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Prize bookplate to front free-endpaper. Ink inscription to verso of front free-endpaper. Pages are bright, though with some scattered instances of foxing. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Humpty Dumpty's Nursery Rhymes

      ondon- Frederick Warne & Co., 1895 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. This is a beautifully illustrated collection of nursery rhymes. Produced by Frederick Warne & Co, a British publishing firm famous for children's books. Condition: In a cloth binding with paper covered boards. Externally, sound with some rubbing and bumping. Front hinge tender. Internally, binding tender. Pages bright and clean. Overall: GOOD ONLY.

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        Fotografia autografa del musicista Jules Massenet, datata Firenze, 1895.

      Bella e nitida fotografia originale, applicata su cartoncino in formato cm.16,8x11, raffigurante il Maestro Massenet seduto su una poltrona. Nella parte superiore la dedica autografa "à mon cher et excellent diverteur Mr. Pietro Galletti - Souvenir de "Manon" à Florence, 1895 - Massenet". Fotografia del Prof. Erwin Hanfstaengl, Frankfurt am Main. Bella e rara fotografia originale. Jules Émile Frédéric Massenet (Montaud, St.Etienne, 1842 - 1912) ultimo di 21 figli, fu allievo di Laurent, Savard, Bazin e Thomas a Parigi. Trascorse tre anni in Italia, dove conobbe Liszt, quindi si trasferì in Germania e a Budapest. Esponente di punta dell'"Opéra Lyrique", fu autore di numerose composizioni di vasto successo. La "Manon", composta nel 1884, fu eseguita la prima volta in Italia solo nel 1893 a Milano con la supervisione di Ruggero Leoncavallo.

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        Busy Street - scene.

      ca. 1895, albumen print on mount, 23,7 x 18,8 cm. KEYWORDS:india / bombay

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        Fables choisies de Florian illustrées par des artistes japonais, première et deuxième série,

      Tokio, P., Marpon et Flammarion, Meiji 28 (1895), - deux tomes in-8, façonnés à la japonaise par Shueisha à Tokyo. Chaque tome comporte 24 pp. repliées en acordéon et 14 estampes couleurs non paginées en double page, avec également des illustrations dans le texte, par Kano Tamonobu, Kajita Hanko et Kubota Tosui, ce qui porte la pagination réelle à 52 pp. par volume. Achevés d'imprimer en japonais . Reliures demi-maroquin à coins, illustrations japonisantes dorées aux dos (lampion, bambous, éventail), étui. Un des 200 exemplaires de luxe imprimés sur papier Ho-sho, non justifié. Un bel exemple de réussite de la coopération éditoriale franco-japonaise à l'apogée du japonisme en France. Un tache à l'angle inférieur des trois premières pages du second volume, sans atteinte au texte. Sinon, exemplaires frais et sans rousseurs, habillés d'une jolie reliure. Extrémités de l'étui frotté.

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        Rare Typed Letter Signed with medical content

      Washington, D.C., 1895. unbound. 1 page on "War Department, Surgeon General's Office" letterhead, 10 x 8 inches, Washington, D.C., June 8, 1895. Written to Captain Frank A. Edwards, 1st Cavalry, a distinguished Army officer and veteran of the western Indian campaigns, diagnosing him with a form of gout but ruling out diabetes, in part: "...I have made a careful chemical and microscopical examination of the three samples of urine furnished by you. Briefly I may say that there is a large quantity of urate of soda and oxalate of lime in all of the samples...I do not find the least trace of sugar, and no albumen. I also had the chemist of the Museum to examine for sugar with a like result. I believe that the course of treatment recommended by Dr. Tyson of Philadelphia will be of great value to you, and would suggest in addition that you take considerable daily exercise..." Interestingly, Dr. Reed was incorrect in his recommendation and course of treatment for gout. His friend Dr. James Tyson, perhaps best known in the medical community for his pioneering use of the microscope, prescribed the drinking of lots of fluids as a remedy. This was concurred by Dr. Reed, who, in addition, prescribed "considerable daily exercise." It would take another three years before the German scientist and Nobel Prize recipient Dr. Emil Fischer proved that uric acid came from purines in foods and drinks and that gout could be treated through the strict alteration of diet. Dr. Walter Reed died at the age of 55, thus accounting for the fact that there are no signed letters on the autograph market today. Natural folds; very good(+) condition. United States Major General and physician who in 1901 led the team that postulated and confirmed the theory that yellow fever is transmitted by a particular mosquito species.

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        Under the Equator near Malacca Straits

      1895.. Watercolour on thick paper, signed "Arnold 1885" near the lower left corner, "Under the Equator near Malacca Straits" pencilled along lower edge. Some minor damage with loss to the paper two corners not affecting the image, a little occasional spotting, sections of mounting tape on reverse, but overall very good. Watercolour painting depicting a typical Malay house beside a river near the Malacca Strait, a narrow stretch of water between the Malay peninsula and the Indonesian island of Sumatra. The scene shows a traditional house built from local materials such as the nipah palm for the walls and attap roof. The houses were typically built on stilts - this not only protected the building from flooding and animals and provided storage space but also, along with the design of the roof and the full-length openable window spaces - increased the overall ventilation and kept the interior cool. Shade from nearby palms and other trees was also important in reducing the build-up of heat in the kampung. A family is shown squatting near a flat-bottomed boat on the edge of the river near a boat, indicating that their likely main source of income was from fishing. Besides the palm trees, casuarina trees very common in coastal Malaysia appear on the river bank. .

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        Nursery Songs and Rhymes of England.

      London. David Nutt in the Strand. 1895. - The First Edition - Limited to 1000 copies. Illustrated with marvelous monochrome plate drawings by the author. Square 8vo. Bound in pictorial cloth covered boards. Some mild soiling to covers. Spine lightly chipped. Corners gently rubbed.Endsheets toned with small tear to front free ensheet.Some very mild offset to versos throughout.Evidence of small pencil erasure to rear endseet. A Very Good, remarkably crisp copy of this extremely rare title. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Rare Typed Letter Signed with medical content

      Washington, D.C., 1895. unbound. 1 page on "War Department, Surgeon General's Office" letterhead, 10 x 8 inches, Washington, D.C., June 8, 1895. Written to Captain Frank A. Edwards, 1st Cavalry, a distinguished Army officer and veteran of the western Indian campaigns, diagnosing him with a form of gout but ruling out diabetes, in part: "...I have made a careful chemical and microscopical examination of the three samples of urine furnished by you. Briefly I may say that there is a large quantity of urate of soda and oxalate of lime in all of the samples...I do not find the least trace of sugar, and no albumen. I also had the chemist of the Museum to examine for sugar with a like result. I believe that the course of treatment recommended by Dr. Tyson of Philadelphia will be of great value to you, and would suggest in addition that you take considerable daily exercise..." Interestingly, Dr. Reed was incorrect in his recommendation and course of treatment for gout. His friend Dr. James Tyson, perhaps best known in the medical community for his pioneering use of the microscope, prescribed the drinking of lots of fluids as a remedy. This was concurred by Dr. Reed, who, in addition, prescribed "considerable daily exercise." It would take another three years before the German scientist and Nobel Prize recipient Dr. Emil Fischer proved that uric acid came from purines in foods and drinks and that gout could be treated through the strict alteration of diet. Dr. Walter Reed died at the age of 55, thus accounting for the fact that there are no signed letters on the autograph market today. Natural folds; very good(+) condition. United States Major General and physician who in 1901 led the team that postulated and confirmed the theory that yellow fever is transmitted by a particular mosquito species.

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        The Red Badge of Courage

      New York: D. Appleton and Co, 1895 - First edition, first printing, with top edge stained yellow, printed on laid paper and with the advertisements on p. 235 reading "Gilbert Parker's Best Books.". 8vo. [iv], 233, [5] pp. Original pale yellow buckram decorated in red, black and gilt, tan coated endpapers, top edge stained yellow. Covers soiled, front board tender, bookplates removed from rear endleaves, title-page tipped back in. BAL 4071; William & Starrett, pp. 18- 19; Johnson High Spots 2 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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