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        Le Disciple Aime

      Paul Ollendorff, Editeur, Paris 1895 - First Edition. 12mo., 337pp. Copy No. 6 of 10 copies printed on "papier de Hollande", bound in brown padded leather with marbled paper endpapers. PRESENTATION COPY, SIGNED, to "A mon cher ami George Hall 1884 - mai 1895. Abel Hermant" Light wear at top and bottom edge of the spine, some scattered small brown spots on the covers. The back cover has an approximate 1 inch area of indentations in the soft leather. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Colebrook Book Barn ABAA]
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        The Red Badge of Courage. An Episode of the American Civil War.

      New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1895 - Octavo. Original tan cloth, titles to spine and coverin red, black, and gold, yellow top-stain, brown endpapers. With the restored dust jacket. In a red quarter morocco and cloth solander case with chemise. A very bright, crisp copy with a little tanning at the spine associated with some wear to the dust jacket., an excellent copy in the rubbed and creased dust jacket which has been professionally restored. Bookplate of Carroll Atwood Wilson. First edition, first printing, first issue; exceptionally rare in the dust jacket. The Red Badge of Courage is considered one of the most influential works in American literature. The novel, a depiction of the cruelty of the American Civil War, features a young recruit who overcomes initial fears to become a hero on the battlefield. The book made Crane an international success. Although he was born after the war and had not at the time experienced battle firsthand, the novel is considered an example of American Naturalism. The story was successfully filmed in 1951, with war hero turned actor Audie Murphy in the starring role. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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      1895 - With Illustrations. New York: R. F. Fenno & Company, n.d. [1895]. Original olive green cloth pictorially decorated in black and silver. First American Edition in cloth of this tale of buried treasure, described as follows in a contemporary review (cited in T&M):~Captain Antifer's father had befriended an Egyptian prisoner at Jaff [Jaffa], Kamylk Pasha, and many years after he received a mysterious document naming latitude 24 degrees 59 minutes north, and saying that the longitude would follow later. It never did; but Antifer succeeded in discovering it, and had a series of most exciting adventures in searching for the wealth which was to be found on the spot indicated.~Antifer's efforts to find the islet's longitude, complicated by treachery and demands of marriage, take him to the Gulf of Oman, the Gulf of Guinea, and even north of Norway.~After serialization in Boy's Own, Fenno published a wrappered version of this tale in June 1895, the first edition in the English language; both Fenno and, in England, Sampson Low, then published clothbound editions in November of that year -- precedence uncertain. This Fenno volume has a binding design very much like those of the American trade binding artist Margaret Armstrong, and is profusely illustrated.~This copy is in fine condition (Christmas 1895 inscription). Taves & Michaluk V042; Myers 6. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman [ABAA]]
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        The King in Yellow

      Chicago & New York: F. Tennyson Neely, 1895. First Edition, first issue binding. 12mo. [ii], 316, [1, ad (verso blank)] pp. Green cloth titled in brown, upper board with lizard design, t.e.g. Slightest traces of rubbing at foot. Fine, fresh copy. Bleiler, Science- Fiction: The Early Years 396; Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 49; Suvin, Victorian Science Fiction in the UK, p. 59; Tymn (ed), Horror Literature pp. 3-49; Bleiler (1978), p. 41; Wright (III) 972 . A cornerstone of modern horror and fantasy and a book that has fascinated authors from H.P. Lovecraft to James Blish. Chambers (1865-1933) was a prolific and perennially popular author of historical romances set in France during the Franco-Prussian War and in rural New York during the American Revolution. Profoundly influential, and effectively his only contribution to the genre. Bleiler has called this book "One of the most important works of supernatural horror between Edgar Allan Poe and modern horror fiction"

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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      Dover Printing, Dover, N. J 1895 - Genealogy; German Settlers; B&W Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; xiii, 667 pages; The Early Germans of New Jersey. Their History, Churches and Genealogies. By Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers. With Maps and Illustrations. 3 maps 61 pls. Howes C274. Scarce, Worldcat locates 3 copies. Publishers brown cloth boards worn and stained, hinges frayed, front end paper with marginal chipping, contents fresh and clean [vg]. ; 0 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        In The Quarter,

      Chatto & Windus, London 1895 - First English edition. 12mo. Original brown cloth blocked in gray and black. Top edge gilt. 314pp. followed by a 6 page publisher's catalogue. Lacks ffep, cloth has a couple of small bubbles, else this is a very good to near fine copy. The first edition was published in the United States in 1893. Author's first book. Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA]
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        The Gurneys of Earlham

      London: George Allen, 1895 - An unsigned amateur binding in the style of the Doves Bindery (BINDING, ENGLISH) 2 vols., 8vo. Illustrated. x, 343, [1]; viii, 352 pp. Bound in full brown morocco in Doves Bindery style, flat spine sewn on five cords, heavily stamped in gilt floral designs, with green and citron onlays, title, author, volume number and date on upper covers, a.e.g. Edges worn, spine faded, half title and frontispiece loose in vol. II. Morocco book label [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Napoléon raconté par l'image. D'après les sculpteurs, les graveurs et les peintres.

      Librairie Hachette et Cie, Paris 1895 - In 4°( 22,5 x 31); - Pagine (4), IV, 500. Una tra le più ricche iconografie Napoleoniche, centinaia di immagini correlate all'epopea di Napoleone. 22 Tavole a piena pagina tra cromolitografie e incisioni. Lussuosa legatura in piena pelle lavorata, colorata e dorata con le insegne di Napoleone, Imperatore, tutti i tagli sono dorati a specchio. Stato di perfetto.

      [Bookseller: Libri Antichi e Rari di A. Castiglioni]
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        Men of Mark 'Twixt Tyne and Tweed. 3 Volume Set

      London: Walter Scott, Ltd. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket. TEG. Spines faded. Pink discolouration to front pastedown and lower edge of Vol II, perhaps due to water damage, but contents unaffected. Light rubbing to boards. Some off-setting from frontis in Vol 1. 1895. First Edition. Red hardback cloth cover. 230mm x 150mm (9" x 6"). 680pp; 648pp; 690pp + list of subscribers. Frontis b/w photograph and line drawings. 400 copies printed. .

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
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        Poems (Inscribed by the American publisher Fred Holland Day)

      T.Fisher Unwin and Copeland and Day, London and Boston 1895 - A charming book with the tissue guard protecting the illustrated title page. Bound in finely woven linen cloth and sumptuously gilded on the front and the rear boards, depicting a winged warrior standing on a writhing serpent with splendid Art Nouveau floral designs on either side of him. The panels are signed by the artist: "HGF" (H. Granville Fell) in a gilded square. The heavily gilded spine is darkened and frayed at the top and bottom of the spine ends. The top edges are gilded as well. Very clean and tight throughout. The front endpaper is lacking, and the half-title page is inscribed by Fred Holland Day: "To one who loves these better than their publisher (which is cryptical if not symbolical) FHD (monogram encircled) May 1904." The English issue consisted of 750 copies, and it is likely this issue had about the same, though the total number is not mentioned in Wade (#16). The Copeland and Day slug appears on the title page; it is also gilded at the bottom of the spine. Fred Holland Day (Boston, 1864 to 1933) was an American photographer and publisher. He was among the first in America to advocate that photography should be considered a fine art.Day spent much time among poor immigrant children in Boston, tutoring them in reading and mentoring them. One in particular, the 13-year-old Lebanese immigrant Kahlil Gibran, went on to fame as the author of The Prophet.Day co-founded and self-financed the publishing firm of Copeland and Day, which from 1893 through 1899 published about a hundred titles. The firm was influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement and William Morris's Kelmscott Press. The firm was the American publisher of Oscar Wilde's Salomé, illustrated by Aubrey Beardsley; The Yellow Book periodical, also illustrated by Beardsley; and The Black Riders and Other Lines by Stephen Crane. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brainerd Phillipson Rare Books]
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        PEEPS INTO FAIRYLAND [written as Fairy Land on cover]. A Panorama Picture Book of Fairy Stories with an Introduction by F.E. Weatherly

      London: Nister No.633, 1895 approx). Hardcover. Good. Pop ups (6) operated by linen slips with stories by E. Nesbit et al. Oblong quarto cloth spined pictorial boards (newer? rose cloth spine/tips & edges worn/some marks to covers) [26]pages. Lacks free endpapers and recased, a few gutters to text pages with old tape removal marks. One smaller figure renewed (this figure seems often to be missing as it has very slender legs) One old tape repair to frame of snow scene. Slight marks/fingerings to text-page margins, some behind the scenes spacers renewed. *A large book with pop-ups that are highly detailed and very pretty. Quayle considers this title to be one of Nister's finest pop-ups (MONTANARO 219).

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        Brilliants: A Setting of Humorous Poetry in Brillant Types

      New York: De Vinne Press, 1895. 96pp. Second issue. Inscribed and dated March 7, 1907 by the publisher and famous American printer Theodore Low De Vinne, to Harold A. Holmes. Delicate head and tail-pieces and initials printed in red accompany "the beautiful 4-point Brilliant type made by Miller and Richard of Edinburgh" showcased in this work. Bradbury quotes Ruth Adomeit as calling it "one of the most sought after miniature books because of its typographical beauty," and states that "a strong argument can be made that this is the first American private press miniature book." An important and finely produced masterpiece, made even more attractive by the concise history of miniature books written in the preface by De Vinne, which is considered by Spielmann to be one of the best ever written. Very light rubbing to extremities, else fine in full morocco with an elaborate gilt design of intertwining vines on both covers. A.e.g. (Spielmann 117; Bondy, p. 98; Bradbury p. 216; Bromer/Edison p. 47). (2 1/4 by 15/8; 57x40mm).

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        The Liberal Magazine

      1941 - London - The Liberal Publication Department 1895 - A large collection ofperiodical for the use of Liberal speakers and canvassers, encompassing all volumes between 1895 (forming a Political Record for the year 1894) and 1941, excepting 1896-1901 and 1907. In fourty volumes. With a decorative title to each magazine and ablack and white photograph of amemorial statueto Mr. Gladstone in Westminster Abbey byThomasBrock, R. A. to frontispiece of 1903 volume. The periodical includes the diary of the month, tables of facts, notes and figures,articles, bills of session, points from speeches, Government Blue Books and returns and announcements. With the announcement and tribute to George V to1936 volume. The Liberal Party was one of the two majorpolitical parties of the United Kingdom during the 19th and early 20th centuries. It was the third largest political party throughout the latter half of the 20th century. The party moved towards social liberalism during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and came to be seen as being on the centre-left of British politics. Augustine Birrell PC, KC (19 January 1850- 20 November 1933) was an English politician, barrister, academic and author. He was Chief Secretary for Ireland from 1907 to 1916, resigning in the immediate aftermath of the Easter Rising. With previous owner's ink inscription tofront free endpaper of 1895 volume. Condition: First two volumes in a cloth binding, all other volumes in quarter morocco bindings with cloth covered boards, most with gilt lettering. Externally, generally sound with bumping and wear to extremities and marks to boards of some volumes. With staining to half the volumes, more heavily to approximately ten volumes. With water damage causing warping to boards and text block to approximately seven volumes. Rear clothtorn and lifting to 1918 volume. Slight loss to spine to three volumes. Joints strained to two volumes. Aboutfour hinges tender, five hinges strained and four slightly strained. Internally, generally firmly bound with straining to some volumes. Generally bright with slight scattered spotting to some volumes, and foxing to endpapers of most volumes. With a closed tear to front free endpaperto 1902 volume. Five volumes (1904-6, 1914, 1916)are ex-library copies from Newport public librarywith bookplates to front pastesdowns and ink stamps to endpapers and some pages. With one previous owner's label to front pastedown also to one volume. With ink stemp from East Dorest Liberal Association to 1919 volume, and the Liberal Registration Office to1920 volume. With some cracking and loss to spine of 1916 volume with ink inscription in gold filling in missing lettering. Overall: GOOD [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      ALBERT SAVINE 1895 - R260111925: 316 pages. Dos cuir noir, titres et filets dorés. Papier vert et noir. Bords, coins et plats frottés. Epidermures. Légère humidité sur quelques bords de page. Manque sur une page, altérant la lecture de quelques mots. Edition originale de la première traduction française. Reliure signée " Club Bordelais". In-12 Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. défraîchie. Dos frotté. Déchirures Classification Dewey : 820-Littératures anglaise et anglo-saxonne [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Outing Magazine: Volumes 21-25 (October 1892 -- March 1895)

      The Outing Company Limited, New York 1895 - Five bound volumes. Quartos. Three-quarter morocco with textured maroon boards, raised bands, and gilt spine lettering. About near fine, with rubbing at the extremities and some offsetting to the endpapers. The bound volumes contain 30 issues of this sporting magazine which began publication in 1882 as the *Wheelman* before changing its name to *Outing and the Wheelman: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine of Recreation*, then simply *Outing* until it ceased publication in 1923. The magazine published a range of fiction and nonfiction related to the sporting life, covering many popular activities of the day such as hunting, fishing, equestrian, and boating, as well as emerging sports such as ice hockey, football, and aeronautics, often with accompanying photographs and illustrations. These volumes are no different with scores of vintage photographs of late 19th Century football teams and three early illustrations from Frederic Remington. Football in particular was rapidly gaining popularity at colleges across the country despite -- or perhaps because of -- its violent nature. Included within these pages are more than half a dozen articles by Walter Camp, the father of American football. While most feature the Ivy League teams of Yale, Harvard, Princeton, and others, one article focuses solely on West Coast teams including Stanford and the University of California. An interesting window into American sporting life at the turn of the century and the early development of football. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London Henry Sotheran 1895 - First edition. With a great profusion of full-page plates, textual illustrations and fine full-page gravures. Folio, publisher’s original white polished buckram over boards with pictorial decorations and titling on the upper cover and spine, t.e.g. x, 236 pp. Some foxing to the prelims, otherwise internally bright and clean, externally some wear and darkening to the cloth, sturdy, a very attractive copy. IMPORTANT FIRST EDITION AND A BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED WORK BY MILLAIS. ONE OF THE BEST ILLUSTRATED BOOKS OF AFRICA. "South Africa, with its attraction for the sportsman and the naturalist, has already given birth to so many books by abler pens than mine, that some apology seems necessary for the appearance of these pages. Let me say then at once that though they are occupied in the main with dissertation on, and adventures in pursuit of big game, I have endeavored as far as possible to avoid trespassing on the domain of the standard authorities on this subject. My object has been rather t o supplement from personal observation what is already known of such animals as I came across during a recent tour in South Africa; to present to the best of my ability a true picture of life in that country, whether of man, beat of bird; and to give the sportsmen of that period what help I can as a guide to the hunting grounds and how to work them to advantage. My drawing will no doubt be disappointing to admirers of the grim and gory, who know the lion only as presented in picture-books, with mane trailing on the ground, claws extended, and mouth full of blood and foam. Exception too may be taken by the uninitiated to the fantastic attitudes of some of the birds and beasts here represented. But that I cannot help. I have drawn only what I have seen, and as I have seen it, and it is not my fault if my subjects declined to display themselves in the approved conventional form." From the Author’s Preface. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA]
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        The Book-Hunter in London : Historical and other Studies of Collectors and Collecting. ; The Book-Hunter in Paris : Studies among the Bookstalls and the Quays. [bookhunter]

      London : Elliot Stock, 1895 ; 1893. - [1st edition], 334 pp. (The Book-Hunter in London) ; [1st English edition], xxv, 232 pp. 31 cm. (The Book-Hunter in Paris) ; both volumes heavily illustrated ; OCLC: 317856824 ; OCLC: 256180 ; FINE copies of each of the two most important historical surveys of books, booksellers and book-collectors in London and Paris, both in the rare large-paper editions, uniformly bound by Tolbert in half-leather and marbled papers in brown, yellow and gold ; original, untrimmed edges preserved ; the origin al black and red prospectus for The Book-Hunter in Paris bound in ; the original publisher's boards included ; quoting from The Book-Hunter in Paris : ".these vocal days, when there are books about almost everything under the sun, no one need wond er that so quaint a fraternity as the stall-keepers on the quays of the Seine should have a volume all to themselves. They have a place in French history, these men; their trade, which by the beginning of the seventeenth century had learnt to cluster round the Pont Neuf, has traveled through vicissitudes peculiar to itself, and survived revolutions destructive of interests vaster than its own; these humble vendors of old books have been proclaimed as nuisances, obstructing the highway, denounced as receivers of stolen goods, and informed against as cheapeners of the well-housed stock of the authorized booksellers who kept shop, and paid rent, rates, and taxes. M. Uzanne makes us acquainted with the precise terms of royal edicts and decrees leveled at the heads of these open-air traders, who, however,as was indeed befitting, seem usually to have had friends at Court, who managed to prevent such an administration of the law as must have exterminated the whole tribe." ; Selected chapters: The Stall-keepers of To-day. Characters and oddities -- No prevalent type - The shoeblack as bookseller - Chevalier -- Corroenne -- Vaisset -- Gallandre -- Rigault and the Revue des Buloz -- Antoine Laporte -- Humel -- Jacques -- Chanmoru -- His projects for the reform cf the bookstalls--His notices to customers and others--A reminiscence of the siege of Paris--Jean Frollo on Chanmoru--A new way of beginning -- A find and a bargain--Schanne on another new departure -- Ferroud -- Rosselin -- The dealer in spectacles -- Tisserand -- Book-hunters and Book-huntresses. Characters and faces -- The chase is the image of war -- The passion in different forms -- Delights of book-hunting -- -The scarcity of bargains, and the reason why - - The art of dressing a stall -- Certain books for certain classes -- The book-huntress -- -Learned ladies -- The student -- Gausseron's experience -- The woman of fashion never goes book-hunting -- The priests -- The casuals -- The wealthy collecto r -- Hunting by catalogue -- Amddde Pommier -- Some noted book-lovers -- Hippolyte Rigault on the love of books -- Bibliophile Jacob as described by Du Seigneur -- His store-room -- Pere Rembrandt -- Fillet's enormous library -- Boulard's 300,00 0 books -- General Pittid -- Chantelauze -- Champfleury -- Feuillet de Conches -- Michel Chasles -- Captier -- Xavier Marmier -- His will -- Anatole France -- Fontaine -- Comte de Toustain -- Mouton- Duvernet -- Delzant and his books on happ iness -- Du Desert -- Making up sets -- Droz and the Templars -- Humbert -- Huysmans -- A batch of book-hunters -- Grand-Carteret -- Demand for specimens of good printing -- Dr. Nicholas -- Chineurs -- Guffroy -- Morel, otherwise Chipo teau -- The humbler book-hunters -- The Book-stealers. Notes and observations -- The lowest depths of thieving -- Breaking into the boxes -- Thefts in the daytime -- Robbery made easy -- The thief's devices -- A conspiracy among the book-binders -- Jules Levy's mistake -- The ' incomplete copy' swindle -- People who require watching -- The Physiology of the Bookstall-keeper. His origin and his career -- The old class of stall-keepers -- The introduction of the fixed boxes etc.; FINE [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Revista Azul. El domingo de "El partido Liberal" (Revista semanal que aparece todos los domingos). TOMO IV (18 Revistas).

      Administración de LA REVISTA AZUL y del PARTIDO LIBERAL, México. 1895 - Revista Azul. El domingo de "El partido Liberal" (Revista semanal que aparece todos los domingos). TOMO IV (18 Revistas). México , del 3 de Noviembre de 1895 (N° 1) al 26 de Abril de 1896 (N° 26), Administración de LA REVISTA AZUL y del PARTIDO LIBERAL, 1895-1896. Características: Pasta dura en cartoné con media tela editorial . En muy buen estado. Ligeramente desgastada de las orillas pero es insignificante esto. En realidad está en excelentes condiciones en todos los sentidos. Está limpio de los cantos y las hojas se encuentran en excelente estado (tendrá tal vez como detalles en algunas páginas el acostumbrado amarillo característico del papel después de más de 116 años, nada significativo). Difícilmente uno puede ver un material en este estado. Contiene 414 páginas. Los materiales tan diversos de esta emblemática revista del siglo XIX Mexicano están separados en dísticos y encierran una manufactura magistral. Esta es quizás la revista más representativa de la cultura literaria de la época mexicana. Es decir, que es la revista que marca la pauta a todas las demás revistas de la época. Su riqueza en términos de los autores que escribieron en ella es sorprendente, en ella escriben los escritores más reconocidos que definieron el México literario. Esta revista está a la altura y nivel de "La Revista Moderna" (otra publicación de gran valor en México). Podemos mencionar entre los escritores que participaron en este semanario a: El duque de Job., Carlos Díaz Dufoo, Luis G. Urbina, José Juan Tablada, Balbino Dávalos, Jesús Urueta, E. y J. De Goncourt, Manuel Gutiérrez Nájera, Micrós, Campoamor, Federico Gamboa, Petit Bleu, Joaquín Arcadio Pagaza, Alfonso Daudet, Doctor Manuel Flores, Federico Balart, José María Heredia, José M. Bustillos, Condesa D Armiges, R. de Zayas Enríquez, Teodoro de Banville, H. A. Taine, Jesús Urueta, Paul Deroulede, Juan de Dios Peza, Daniel Eyssette, Jesús E. Valenzuela, Balbino Dávila, Carlos Pío Uhrbach, Juan B. Delgado, Juan Richepin, Joaquín Trejo, P. Bourget, Teofilo Gauthier, Rubén Darío, Francisco M. de Olaguíbel, Salvador Rueda, Ricardo Fernández Guardia (Costarricence), José Peón Del Valle, Luis G. Ortiz, H. de Balzac, P. Bourget, E. Zola, Leconte de LIsle, Aureliano Scholl, Julián del Casal, J. A. Castillón, J. Ortega Munilla, José María de Heredia, Justo Sierra, Georges Courtelines, José de Echegaray, Luis Gonzaga Ortiz, Francisco Coppée, Emilio Rabasa, Eduardo E. Zárate, Pierre Loti, Francisco García Cisneros, Jules Lemaitre, Balbino Dávalos, R. de Zayas Enríquez, N. Bolet Peraza, Fernangrana, G, Gostkowski, Juan Luis Estelrich, Adalberto A. Esteva, Carmen Romero Rubio de Díaz, Charles Baudelaire, Laura Méndez de Cuenca, Catulle Mendés, Julián de Casal, Iván Turgueneff, Ismael Enrique Arciniegas (Colombiano), Juan Reibrach, Guillermo Prieto, , Jacinto Pallares, Eugene Chavette, Leconte de Lisle, Manuiel Larrañaga Portugal, J. A. Pérez Bonalde, Emilio Bergerat, Luis M. Urbaneja Achelpohl, Laura Méndez de Cuenca, Luis del Toro, Amado Nervo, José Gil Fortoul, Ernesto Renán, Marcelino Menéndez Pelayo (traduciendo a Andrés Chenier), Julio Lemaitre, Manuel José Othón, José M. Ochoa, Calixto Oyuela, José Martí, G. Núñez de Arce, Eduardo A. Gibbon, Carlos López, Monaguillo, Miguel Eduardo Prado, Francisco García Cisneros, Eloy G. González (venezolano), Max Nordau, José Peón del Valle, Doctor Rugby (americano), Hugues Rebell, Salvador Gutiérrez Nájera, Telesforo García, Numa P. Llona, Darío Herrera (colombiano), Luis González Obregón, Santiago Sierra, Raoul de Reyrols, N. Bolet Peraza, Clemente Palma (peruano), Pedro César Dominici (Venezolano), Manuel del Palacio, Laura Méndez de Cuenca, Camilo Flammarión, Juan B. Delgado, R. Alba, Rafael Delgado, Enrique Fernández Granados, Tourgeneff, F. Rivas Frade, Monaguillo, Teodoro Llorente, Paul Arene, León Tosltoi, G. Gostkowski, Manuel Caballero, Abraham Z. López Penha, Francisco G. Cosme, José A. Silva, Leonel Cladel, Augusto de Armas, Julián del Casal, A

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        [Photograph Album]: 40 Color and Black and White Photos of France, Germany, Turkey, and Russia

      [circa 1895]. Oblong folio. [50]pp. Half morocco with gilt cloth, raised bands, marbled endpapers, and stiff paper pages with gilt edges. Ex-library copy with spine letters, bookplate, and pocket, moderate rubbing at the extremities, and with a discreet library stamp at the outer edge of most photos, very good or better. A photo album of 40 large and remarkably fresh, professional travel images of France, Germany, Turkey, and Russia from the early 1890s, with most measuring between 6.5" x 9" and 9" x 11.5". The first 26 pages feature black and white photos of many of the traditional sites of Paris (the Champs-Elysees, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, and others), along with the Strasbourg Cathedral, the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, a group of Sufi Dervishes, and various Turkish men and women. But most striking are the remaining 15 large and meticulous hand-colored photos. They depict in vibrant colors scenes in Munich; St. Petersburg, including St. Basil's Cathedral and the Kremlin; and Istanbul, including its skyline, an Arab merchant, a Turkish Imam, and multiple crowd scenes. A travel album of particularly large and bright photos. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      1895 - Illustrated. New York: The Merriam Company, n.d. [1895]. 3 pp undated ads. Original violet cloth decorated in dark violet. First Edition, issued a volume in Merriam's "Violet Series." This is Stevenson's famous tale about the anatomist "K---" and his need for cadavres (based undoubtedly upon the career of Robert Knox, 1793-1862). RLS actually wrote this tale in mid-1881, to be part of a collection of supernatural tales which he referred to as "creepers"; he never completed the project, but a few of the tales remain. Ironically this grisly tale's first appearance was in the Pall Mall Gazette's 1884 Christmas Extra (substituted at the last moment for a briefer RLS tale, in order to fulfill a commitment of sufficient length). It is equally ironic that such a story would first appear in book form in this cute little violet volume decorated with flowers.~This is a remarkably fine copy, unusually free of soil or wear (the lettering on the spine is slightly faded as always); there is no bubbling of the cloth, which is atypical for this book. THE BODY-SNATCHER has become quite a scarce book in fine condition. Beinecke 608. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Broadside]: Coming Soon! Parsons & Pool's Original Uncle Tom's Cabin and Tennessee Jubilee Singers. The Only Company on the Road to-day presenting the old-time manuscript version of Uncle Tom's Cabin

      Prov[idence], R.I.: Whatcheer Print. [circa 1895?]. Tall broadside printed on purple paper. Illustrated with a composite wood engraving of scenes from the play. 9.25" x 23". A couple of tiny nicks and holes, near fine. A broadside advertising the dramatic production of Uncle Tom's Cabin by Parsons & Pool's Famous Ideal Uncle Tom's Cabin Company and Tennessee Jubilee Singers. Dramatic and musical versions of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin were produced almost immediately upon publication of the novel in 1852 and, like the book, became an instant success with the public, propelling the book's sales to even greater heights. These numerous "Tom Shows," as they became known, continued to be produced for more than 50 years after the book's release.Little seems to be known about the Parsons & Pool version of Uncle Tom's Cabin aside from some indications the company toured between 1893-1895, in the New England and Mid-Atlantic area. Accompanying the production were the Tennessee Jubilee Singers. The name suggests they may have be related to the African-Americans singing group The Fisk Jubilee Singers from Fisk University that brought jubilee singing into prominence but perhaps more likely the group was assembled for this particular production and given a similarly sounding name to attract customers. Whether they performed during the production or in support of it is not clear. .

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        Photograph Album]: 40 Color and Black and White Photos of France, Germany, Turkey, and Russia

      1895 - Oblong folio. [50]pp. Half morocco with gilt cloth, raised bands, marbled endpapers, and stiff paper pages with gilt edges. Ex-library copy with spine letters, bookplate, and pocket, moderate rubbing at the extremities, and with a discreet library stamp at the outer edge of most photos, very good or better. A photo album of 40 large and remarkably fresh, professional travel images of France, Germany, Turkey, and Russia from the early 1890s, with most measuring between 6.5" x 9" and 9" x 11.5". The first 26 pages feature black and white photos of many of the traditional sites of Paris (the Champs-Elysees, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, and others), along with the Strasbourg Cathedral, the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, a group of Sufi Dervishes, and various Turkish men and women. But most striking are the remaining 15 large and meticulous hand-colored photos. They depict in vibrant colors scenes in Munich; St. Petersburg, including St. Basil's Cathedral and the Kremlin; and Istanbul, including its skyline, an Arab merchant, a Turkish Imam, and multiple crowd scenes. A travel album of particularly large and bright photos. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Original Signed Watercolour of a Cascade in the Canadian Rockies].

      1895 - Ca. 1895. Watercolour, ca. 45x32 cm (17 ½ x 12 ½ in). Watercolour under glass in a period molded gilt wood frame. A very good watercolour. Frame with some wear but overall very good. Watercolour not examined out of the frame. Wilkinson was one of several prominent artist who produced paintings of the Canadian Rockies while travelling on the Canadian Pacific Railroad at the end of the 19th Century. This British born Canadian landscape artist produced several watercolours of waterfalls in the Canadian Rockies. "Born in England, Wilkinson immigrated to Ontario in 1863, is noted in Toronto about 1882, then Hamilton around 1909, where he later died. He traveled extensively and exhibited with both the OSA and RCA" (Invaluable, online).

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        Studien über Hysterie

      Franz Deuticke, Leipzig & Vienna 1895 - Beginning of PsychoanalysisFreud, Sigmund (1856-1939) and Josef Breuer (1842-1925). Studien über Hysterie. [6], 269pp. Leipzig & Vienna: Franz Deuticke, 1895. Half morocco ca. 1895, extremities and corners slightly rubbed; preserved in cloth drop-back box. Fine.First Edition. Studies in Hysteria, which gives the first detailed account of the free-association method, is customarily regarded as the starting-point of psychoanalysis. Breuer had discovered the "cathartic" method of curing hysteria in the early 1880s while treating the patient who would later be immortalized as "Anna O."; this patient, who exhibited a myriad of severe hysterical symptoms, found that the symptoms would disappear when she told Breuer the details of their onset. (Jones gives "Anna O.," whose real name was Bertha Pappenheim, a large share of the credit for inventing what she called the "talking cure.") Freud learned of this interesting case from Breuer shortly after its termination in June 1882; it made a strong impression on him, and a few years later he began using a combination of hypnosis and the cathartic method in his own neurological practice. From this Freud gradually developed the method of free association, in which the patient was encouraged to say whatever came into his mind however "nonsensical" or "irrelevant," since Freud believed that the patient's statements provided clues about the network of associations already established in his mind, and would thus lead the therapist to the source of the patient's neurosis. "It was through devising the new method that Freud was enabled to penetrate into the previously unknown realm of the unconscious proper and to make the profound discoveries with which his name is imperishably associated" (Jones, Life and Work of Sigmund Freud, I, p. 265). Garrison-Morton 4978. Norman F26. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Imp. de El Tiempo, México 1895 - BOOK DESCRIPTION: Wistano Luis Orozco. Legislación y jurisprudencia sobre terrenos baldíos. Imprenta de El Tiempo. México, 1895. 2 Tomos: 1: XIII, 659, XIV pp. + 1h. de erratas. En el T. 2 corre la paginación de la 663 a la 1154 + XIII + 1h de erratas sustanciales.Holandesa. Holandesa, con tafilete rojo con nervios, letreros y adornos en dorado, planos marmoleados. Obra magistral, insustituible en materia de títulos antiguos de propiedad de fundos rústicos, y de historia del Derecho. W. L. Orozco (Jalisco 1856-1927), abogado, opuesto al gobierno del dictador Díaz, procesado y prófugo, se radicó en el Estado de San Luis Potosí, donde fue Procurador de campesinos en contra de terratenientes. Alcanzó prestigio nacional. En su obra magistral estudia no solamente el aspecto jurídico, sino el social y el económico. En 1914, con Díaz ya exiliado del país, el Gobernador de Colima nombró a Orozco Secretario General de Gobierno, y por breve tiempo encargado del gobierno. En Guadalajara fue instructor militar, juez, y finalmente profesor de Derecho Agrario, Derecho Internacional y Economía polìtica hasta su muerte. BOOK CONDITION: Roces de uso en bordes y planos. Piel muy bien. Excelente para sus 120 años. En tomo 1 falta la hoja libre de la primera guarda en blanco; se inicia con el medio título. En la portada hay un sello de caucho con el nombre de anterior propietario. Páginas pulcras en su totalidad. En Tomo 2 hay dedicatoria escrita en 5 líneas en recto de 1ª libre de guardas, y sello de caucho igual al del T 1 en portada. Las páginas de texto se conservan igualmente pulcras. El Título Décimo contiene las equivalencias entre las medidas antiguas desde las Ordenanazas de los Virreyes Mendoza y Peralta, pasando por otros nombres y medidas, hasta tenerlas actualizarlas a la fecha de publicación. Contempla también las leyes de Colonización y el tema de la prescripción. Creemos que el juego completo de los 2 tomos que ofrecemos, es por el momento el único en venta. Ver fotografías o solicitarlas por email. Peso conjunto: 1.390 Kgs. ( 3 Lbs.) 23x15.5 Cm ( 9x6") [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Proverbi, traduzioni ed anneddoti delle valli Ladine orientali con versione italiana - Rimes Ladines in pèrt con traduzion taliana - Stories e chianties Ladines con vocabolario Ladin-Talian metudes in rima

      Innsbruck; st. e libr. acc. Wagner 1881 - 1885 - 1895 - 3 tomi in un unico vol.; in 8°; pp. 148 + 106 + 200; leg. in mezza pelle coeva. Tre rare opere originali sulla lingua e tradizioni Ladine raccolte in un unico volume

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        UNCLE REMUS. His songs and his sayings. New and Revised Edition with one hundred and twelve illustrations by A. B. Frost.

      D. Appleton and Company. New York.,1895 - LARGE PAPER, SIGNED LIMITED EDITION. 4to. (9.2 x 6.5 inches). One of only 250 numbered copies, signed by the Author. Frontis and ten full page plates, each printed onto fine tissue paper and mounted onto the page within a printed border and each with a printed tissue guard. One Hundred and One line illustrations throughout the text. Aside from a few brown spots to the margin of the frontispiece, not affecting the image, this is a clean and bright copy throughout. In the publishers original delux full white vellum binding with gilt ruling, decoration and lettering to the front board and spine. Top edge gilt, the others untrimmed. A bright and fresh copy with some minimal rubbing to the edges of the binding but overall a better than very good copy.: [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Evil Guest.

      London; Downey and Co. [1895] - First Edition. 8vo. Publisher's bottle green cloth lavishly gilded and decorated to spine and boards. Very good, minor toning to spine, bumping to extremities and with some rubbing of the gilt to the upper left hand corner of the front board. Top edge gilt. Internally clean. Pencil ownership to front flyleaf. Minor marginal spotting here and there. Illustrated throughout by Brinsley Le Fanu. A handsome copy of a scarce supernatural tale. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Rose and the Key

      Downey, UK 1895 - New Edition Circa 1895. Undated. Frontispiece illustrated. deals with the horrors of a private lunatic asylum. Original publisher's binding of green cloth elaborately decorated in gold. The book is very good and quite bright. Edges lightly rubbed. Rear board with slight cloth wrinkling. Very un-common. PLEASE DOUBLE CLICK N IMAGE TO ENLARGE. Digital images available upon request. Ref [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Letter signed ("Mark") to his London publisher, Chatto & Windus, ordering Gordon Cumming's book, IN THE HIMALAYAS

      Elmira, N.Y., 13 june, 1895 - On the eve of his world-wide lecture tour of 1895-96 (later recounted in FOLLOWING THE EQUATOR), Clemens writes: "Dear C & W", 'In the Himalayas; by CF Gordon Cumming.' I see you publish it. Anytime between this & October if you chance to send an invoice of books to Melbourne, please put in a copy of it, addressed to Mark Twain c/o R.S. Smythe Balwyn Melbourne" Clemens' voyage of 1895/96 included a visits to Australia on his way to Ceylon and India. His letter is docketed in another hand: "Sent & chged June 24." 12mo. 2pp. in pencil, on letterhead of Quarry Farm, Elmira. N.Y. Minor soiling, old folds. Very good

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        En route.

      Tresse |& Stock 1895 - - Tresse & Stock, Paris 1895, 11,5x18,5cm, relié. - Edition originale sur papier courant. Reliure en demi chagrin noir, dos à cinq nerfs comportant de petites traces de frottements, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, reliure de l'époque. Envoi autographe signé de l'auteur. Une très pâle mouillure en pied du premier feuillet. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Castle of the Carpathians

      Sampson Low, Marston & Company, London - Sampson Low, Marston & Company, nd, c. 1895. Hardcover. This is not a first edition, but is described on the title page as 'New and Cheaper Edition', thought to have been published in 1895. Good condition. Green illustrated hardcover with gilt title to front board and spine. Internally clean and unmarked. Illustrated title page and frontispiece illustration ¿Mustering his Flock¿. Full page b/w illustrations thoughout.Two photoplates are completely loose but the rest of the binding remains good and strong. Two internal pages have small chips at the top corner (1.5 cm x <1 cm). Eerie novel based in the Carpathian mountains by Jules Verne, author of ¿From The Earth to the Moon¿ and ¿The Mysterious Island¿. 18.5 x 12.5 cm. 211 pp. Librarius is a small UK based family business and we pride ourselves on our customer service. Orders will be securely wrapped and usually dispatched same or next day. Full refunds will be given if you are unhappy with your purchase and return it within 10 days. Photographs of all of our books are available on request; please feel free to email with any enquiries. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        EMPORIUM 1895 - 1943 collezione (PREZZO GIA' SCONTATO), Bergamo, Istituto italiano d'arti grafiche, 1895

      - La collezione (NON MANCA ALCUN NUMERO NELLA SEQUENZA) è in parte a fascicoli sciolti e parte con annate rilegate Vedi foto sul nostro catalogo 70 - a richiesta possiamo inviare dettagli ed altre fotografie

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        EMPORIUM 1895 - 1938 collezione (PREZZO GIA' SCONTATO), Bergamo, Istituto italiano d'arti grafiche, 1895

      - La collezione (NON MANCA ALCUN NUMERO NELLA SEQUENZA) è in parte a fascicoli sciolti e parte con annate rilegate Vedi foto sul nostro catalogo 70 - a richiesta possiamo inviare dettagli ed altre fotografie

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        EMPORIUM 1895 - 1937 collezione (PREZZO GIA' SCONTATO), Bergamo, Istituto italiano d'arti grafiche, 1895

      - La collezione e' composta da tutte annate rilegate.(manca un solo fascicolo) Vedi foto sul nostro catalogo 70 - a richiesta possiamo inviare dettagli ed altre fotografie

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        Galerie des Célébrités du jour par CARJAT

      Arnaul De VRESSE, Editeur Paris, 55 Rue de Rivoli 1895 - Album grand format de 19 caricatures en lithographie des célébrités du jour (1895) telles que BERLIOZ, Charles BATAILLE par CARJAT. 30 x 44,5 Excellent état des sujets mais reliure fragile [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le dressage des animaux et les combats de bêtes. Révélation des procédés employés par les professionnels pour dresser: le chien, le singe, le cheval, l'éléphant, les bêtes féroces, etc.

      Maison Didot 1895 - In-8 ( 230 X 155 mm ) de 238 pages, pleine percaline gris-souris, premier plat illustré d'un décor en brun, blanc et doré, dos lisse, tranches dorées ( reliure de l'éditeur ). Ouvrage illustré de 100 dessins par MM. BOGAËRT et JOUARD, d'aprés des photographies, et orné d'un portrait de l'auteur. Mors frottés, quelques rares rousseurs claires, bel exemplaire de cet ouvrage fort rare. dressage Animaux [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London: John Lane . Boston: Roberts Bros., 1895 - Octavo, pp. [1-8] [1] 2-290 + 14-page and 16-page publisher's catalogues inserted at rear, first advertising volumes in the "Keynotes" series, second a general catalogue dated 1895, cover and title page design by Aubrey Beardsley, 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. 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. Hint of rubbing to cloth at head and tail of spine panel and corner tips, else a fine, unopened copy. In a custom blue cloth open-faced slipcase. (#75737) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      London: John Lane /Boston: Roberts Bros 1895 - First printing. Original cloth, cover titled and decorated in gray, spine in gray and gilt. Title page and cover designs by Aubrey Beardsley. Volume XIX in the Keynote Series; two publishers catalogs bound in at rear, 14 + 16pgs. respectively. Tips gently bumped, narrow darkened stripe to edge of rear cover, small ink name to front free endpaper, a VERY GOOD copy indeed; not issued in dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fables choisies de J.-P. Claris de Florian. Illustrées par des artistes japonais sous la direction de P. Barboutau. Two volumes.

      Librarie Marpon & Flammarion, & Tokyo, Cie Shueisha., Tokyo 1895 - Oblong 4to. Leaves 18 + 18 with text and line drawings. With 28 full page wood cuts in colour, protected by tissue guards. Leaves folded Japanese style. Original pictorial wrappers printed in colours, silk threads. With the original patterend paper covered slip-case. Covers a little thumbed, slipcase worn and stained. The Japanese artists are Koubota Tosoui, Kano Tomonobu and Kajita Hanko. From the library of Stephanos Carathèodory. Stephanos Carathéodory, was an Ottoman Greek who had studied law in Berlin and then served as secretary in the Ottoman embassies in Berlin, Stockholm and Vienna. Stephanos had married Despina Petrocochino, who came from a Greek family of businessmen who had settled in Marseille. At the time of his son Constantin's birth, the family were in Berlin since Stephanos had been appointed there two years earlier as First Secretary to the Ottoman Legation. The Carathéodory family, originally from Bosnochori or Vyssa, was well established and respected in Constantinople, and its members held many important government positions. Stephanos Carathèodory was the father of Constantin Carathéodory (or Constantine Karatheodori) (Greek: ???sta?t???? ?a?a?e?d???) (13 September 1873 &#150; 2 February 1950) was a Greek mathematician. He made significant contributions to the theory of functions of a real variable, the calculus of variations, and measure theory. His work also includes important results in conformal representations and in the theory of boundary correspondence. In 1909, Carathéodory pioneered the Axiomatic Formulation of Thermodynamics along a purely geometrical approach. Known correspondence of Carathéodory-Einstein can be seen as facsimile in Einstein Archives Online (11 items). Three letters concern mathematics and these are printed in vol.8 of Einstein's Collected Works (Princeton Univ. Press 1987) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Fables Choisies de Florian. De J.-P. Claris, De Florian, Illustree Par Des Artistes Japonais Sous La Direction De P. Barboutau, Tokio.

      Marpon et Flammarion. E. Flammarion successeur. 1895 - Ouvrage édité en 1895 ( Mejii 28 ) '2 parties en 2 volumes in 8 ( 151 x 201 mm ), brochés, 24 pages doublées,imprimées sur papier crépon, 30 illustrations en couleurs, sur double pages, dont 2 pour les couvertures par :Ka-no Tomo-nobou et de Kadji-ta Han-ko.Chemise et etui. Tirage deluxe , à deux cents exemplaires numerotes (Nos 1 a 200) sur papier Japonais imprimé par la compagnie Shueida à Tokio. Ouvrage, non justifié, en excellent état et présenté sous chemise et etui d' origine, japonisant, de l' éditeur. Rare et bel exemplaire, complet dont les "illustrations représentent réellement des scénes de la vie au Japon aussi bien que si le fabuliste eût été Japonais". Voir: " Le Japonisme ", catalogue de l' exposition Grand Palais, Pars, 1988, p. 112.

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