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        Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL), Vol. XIII, partes I - VI (6 Teile in 9 Büchern, komplett!) Pars I, fasc. 1: Inscriptiones Aquitaniae et Lugudunensis. Pars I, fasc. 2: Inscriptiones Belgicae. Pars II, fasc. 1: Inscriptiones Germaniae superioris. pars II, fasc. 2: Inscriptiones Germaniae inferioris. Pars III, fasc. 1: Instrumentum domesticum I. Pars III, fasc. 2: Instrumentum domesticum II. Pars IV: Addenda ad partes primam et secundam. Pars V: Indices. Pars VI: Signacula publice laterculis impressa. Accedunt signacula laterculis a privatis impressa.

      Berlin: Georg Reimer / Walter de Gruyter, 1895 - 1933. 719, 713, 773, 147, 234, 178 S. Hardcover Der vollständige 13. Band des Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL) als zwischen 1895 und 1933 bei Georg Reimer und Walter de Gruyter veröffentlichte Originalausgabe. Kein Reprint. 6 Teile in 9 Bänden. Altersgemäß GUTER Zustand! Ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplar mit Stempel und Signatur. Bibliotheks-Halbleinenbände mit Lager- und Gebrauchsspuren. Bindungen fest. Buchschnitte und Seiten papierbedingt nachgedunkelt. Text sauber. // The complete 13th volume of Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL), published by Georg Reimer and Walter de Gruyter betwen 1895 and 1933. Original edition, no reprint. 6 parts in 9 tomes. GOOD condition. Former library book with stamps and signatures. Book covers show traces of use and shelf-wear. Bindings tight. Edges and pages slightly browned. Text clean. atx mbx Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Exceptional original unsigned Russian cabinet photo by Levitsky, the Imperial Photographers, (1868-1918, Tsar of Russia from 1894, Assassinated after the Revolution), ALEXANDRA FEODOROVNA (1872-1918, the Tsarina) with their daughter OLGA (1895-1918, Grand Duchess)]

      1895 - showing the young couple three quarters length with the Tsarina holding their infant daugher, the Tsar is wearing uniform and his wife is informally dressed, the baby is wearing a lacy white dress, 6½" x 4¼", no place, but St Petersburg,

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        Superb Imperial Cabinet photo by Falk signed and inscribed (Dame Nellie, 1861-1931, Australian Soprano)

      some spotting on the image 1895 - to "Mrs McEwan from her sincere friend" an dated, showing her three quarters length wearing a cape and shawl, 13" x 7½", London Melba started making recordings around this time. She recorded on cylinders at the Bettini Phonograph Lab in New York. A reporter from Phonoscope magazine was impressed: "The next cylinder was labelled 'Melba' and was truly wonderful, the phonograph reproducing her wonderful voice in a marvellous manner, especially the high notes which soared away above the staff and were rich and clear." Melba was less impressed: "'Never again,' I said to myself as I listened to the scratching, screeching result. 'Don't tell me I sing like that, or I shall go away and live on a desert island.'" [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Charming cabinet photo by W. & D. Downey, signed by the Princess for all three "Alix, Louise, Baby Maud" (Alexandra Dagmar, 1867-1931, Princess Royal, Duchess of Fife, Daughter of Edward VII) and her daughters ALEXANDRA (1891-1959) & MAUD (1893-1945)

      1895 - showing them all, the Princess is seated, with her daughters standing on either of their mother, 6½" x 4½", no place, no date, circa slightly yellowed

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        A Night of Cleopatra. Preface by Anatole France.

      4to., Full blue morocco, elaborately tooled and gilt with decorative border of ivory, red, and orange inlaid morocco flowers, central fleur-de-lys tooled in gilt with red inlaid morocco, spine gilt with inlaid morocco design, top edge gilt, morocco doublures with gilt border, front interior panel with onlaid central hand-coloured engraved vignette on vellum of Cleopatra,, watered silk endleaves. Illustrated by Paul Avril, each plate printed in three states: plain, India-proof, and coloured. Text on Japan paper. A fine copy. "Edition de deux mondes", limited to only 20 copies. A lavish production of Paul Avril's illustrated edition of A Night of Cleopatra.

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        Spenser's Faerie Queene.

      London: George Allen,, 1895-1897. A Poem in Six Books. With the Fragment Mutabilitie, edited by Thomas J. Wise. Pictured by Walter Crane. 6 volumes, quarto. Original cream cloth, titles to spine gilt, titles to front cover red in decorative vignettes gilt, top edges gilt, others untrimmed, original pink covers bound in at front. Double page illustrated title pages, woodcut front, head and tailpieces, all by Crane. Light soiling to covers, slight foxing to endpapers and endmatter. First Crane edition, limited issue, one of 1,000 copies printed on handmade paper. Crane wrote his very own Spenserian stanza on his triumphant attempt to illustrate Spenser's great poem, which appears following the general title page in volume one: "Great Spenser's noble rhyme have I essayed / To picture, striving still, as faithful squyre, / Each faerie knight to serve, in armes arrayde / 'Gainst salvage force, and deathful dragons dire, / Or Blatant Beast with poisonous tongues of fire; / To limn the Lion mylde with Una fayre, / The False Duessa, and the Warlike Mayd. / "Be Bolde," I read, and did this emprise dare, / And now the door is oped, so let the masque forth fare." A beautifully illustrated production, encompassing both an Art Nouveau and an Arts & Crafts aesthetic.

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      Portland, 1895. 494pp. plus plates and maps. Folio. Original gilt pebbled morocco, rebacked at an early date with original backstrip laid down. Extremities rather rubbed, and a bit scuffed. Gift inscription on front free endpaper. Internally very clean. About very good. The most important and reliable marine history of the Pacific Northwest to date of publication, and a fundamental reference for the history of the entire Pacific Coast. Includes many hitherto unpublished logs, narratives of exploration, accounts of steamboating on the Snake River, the logging industry, the gold rush, boundary controversies, exploration of the Columbia and inland waters, Indian difficulties, etc. Essential in all regards. HOWES W693. SMITH 4473. TWENEY, WASHINGTON 89, 87. EBERSTADT 128:474.

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        Hôtel Timeo. Taormina.

      Taormina, G.Crupi, ca. 1895. Original photograph, albumen print, 28,1 x 37 cm, photograph no. 101. KEYWORDS:italy/taormina/sicily/photo.

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      First editionDark green half cloth Bradel binding over marbled paper boards, gilt floral motif to spine, double gilt fillet at footAutograph inscription from Paul Verlaine to René AndreauWith a frontispiece portrait of the author by Louis Anquetin. Publication Paris 1895 11,5x18,5cm relié

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        A Magyar Nemzet Története (Geschichte der ungarischen Nation).

      Budapest, Athenaeum - 1895 - 10 Bände (alles). Gr. 8°. OHLdr. Bernath 2784. Wertvolles, reich illustriertes Standardwerk, erschienen zur Tausendjahrfeier Ungarns (1896). Mit faksimilierten Dokumenten zur Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte noch heute von Nutzen. Komplett selten, schönes Exemplar, Rücken mit leichten Alterungsspuren. I: Vaszary, K. Magyarország a királyság megalapitásáig (Ungarn bis zur Gründung) - II: Marczali, H. Magyaraország története az árpádok korában 1038-1301 (Geschichte Ungarns zur Zeit der Arpaden) - III: Pór, Antal, Az Anjouk kora az Anjou ház és örökösei 1301-1439 (Das Haus Anjou und seine Erben) - IV: Franknói, V. A Hunyadiak és a Jagellók kora 1440-1526 (Das Zeitalter der Hunyadi und Jagiellonen) - V: Acsády, D. Magyarország három részre oszlásának története 1526-1608 (Geschichte des dreigeteilten Ungarn) - VI: Angyal, D. Magyarország története II. Mátyástól III. Ferdinánd haláláig (Geschichte von Matthias II. bis zum tode Ferdinand III) - VII: Marczali, H. Magyarország története I. Lipót és I. Jószef korában 1657-1711 (Geschichte Ungarns in der Zeit Leopold I. und Joseph I.) - VIII: Marczali, H. Magyarország története aSzatmári Békétöl a Bécsi Congressusig 1711-185 (Geschichte Ungarn von Karl III bis zum Wiener Kongress) - IX: Bakagy, G. A nemzeti államalkotás kora 1815-1847 (Die Zeit des Nationalstaates) - X: Beksics, G. u.a. A modern Magyarország 1848-1896 (Das Moderne Ungarn). Nicht eingehend kollationiert. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La mêlée sociale

      first edition on the current paper.Binding to bradel full paper floral, smooth back, elegant binding pastiche signed P. Goy & C. Vilaine.Signed autograph of Georges Clemenceau Emile Deshayes.Copy pleasantly established. Charpentier Paris 1895 12x18,5cm relié

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      London Sampson Low, Marston and Co 1895 - 2 volumes. First edition. With 2 folding color maps and 2 photogravure portraits. 8vo, very handsomely bound at the time of publication in contemporary three quarter calf over cloth boards, the spines with raised bands ruled in gilt, the compartments with gilt tools at the centers, one compartment lettered in gilt, another with morocco lettering label gilt, top edges gilt. xxi, 301; ix, 424 pp. A fine set, bright and well-preserved, the bindings in excellent condition, some light foxing at the prelims as is typical, otherwise a very clean set indeed. VERY SCARCE FIRST EDITION. Henry Stanley is one of the greatest heroes in the history of African exploration, but very little is know of his exploits in Kansas City. Accounts of experiences with ‘Wild Bill’ Hickok, George Custer and numerous Indian peoples highlight the American travels in Volume I of this set. ‘The letters from the Indian country which are contained (therein) were not written with a view to permanent publication, but for the exacting and imperious necessities of American newspapers, principally for the Missouri Democrat of St. Louis, and a New York paper.The incidents to which the letters relate occured in 1867, during two Indian campaigns.’ Volume II is a narrative of Stanley’s near circular journey from Egypt to Constantinople, Teheran, through the Persian Gulf to the Sea of Oman, Kerachee, Bombay, and then through the Indian Ocean to the Congo. Stanley says in the text that ‘the success of my Indian letters induced Mr. Gordon Bennett of the New York Herald to apoint me his special correspondent on the Abyssinian Expedition in 1868. Having by good fortune succeeded in sending in news of the fall of Magdala many days in advqance of the Government and English correspondents, and I was sent on a roving mission to Egypt, Crete, and the Levant, and finally to Spain--whence in October, 1869, I was summoned to Paris to receive a commission for the finding of Livingstone in Central Africa. But previous to embarking on the last enterprise, which wa great for a young journalist, I was instructed to report on the inauguration of the Suez Canal, to write a kind of guide to the Nile, to visit Captain (now Sir Charles) Warren, and give an account of his explorations underneath Jerusalem, and finally I was to proceed through Persia to India, via the Caucasus, and send a series of letters upon all subjects that I might find worth describing on the way’ (intro) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE EXPEDITIONS OF ZEBULON MONTGOMERY PIKE, to Headwaters of the Mississippi River...during the Years 1805-6-7. New edition. Three volume set. Limited edition.

      New York: Francis P. Harper, 1895. Three volume set. Original matching green cloth bindings in very good condition except for a small tear to the top of the spine of the 2nd volume, evidence of removal of a private library label on vols 1&2, and minor shelfwear. Vol. I: cxiii, 356 pages with portrait and facsimile. Vol. II: vi, 357-855. Vol. III: 856-955 plus plate of the Falls of St. Anthony and 6 lithographed maps in rear pocket. Two maps are torn, one minimally and one along a couple lengths of the folds. An excellent edition of one of the first explorations of the American West and Southwest. See Wagner-Camp 9. Extra-illustrated copy, with a folding hand-colored map in Vol. 3, and 8 engraved 19th century plates, 3 hand-colored, of Indian artifacts and scenes. Howes P373 [aa] "best edition." Limited to 1150 copies; this is number 234 printed on Fine Book Paper. The inner front hinge of the first volume is somewhat weakened, and the title page is neatly torn along the hinge at the bottom edge. First thus edition.. First edition thus. Hardcover. Very good condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        Eine neue Art von Strahlen [wrapper title]. Offprint from Sitzungs-Bericht der physikalisch-medicinische Gesellschaft zu Würzburg, no. 9 (1895).

      Würzburg: Verlag und Druck der Stahel'schen K. Hof- und Universitäts-Buch und Kunsthandlung, 1895. First edition, a fine copy of the very rare offprint. The discovery of X-rays was the most important contribution to medical diagnosis in a century, and a key to modern physics. "While performing experiments with a Crookes vacuum tube, a type of cathode-ray tube, Röntgen observed that some agent produced in the tube was causing barium platinocyanide crystals to fluoresce. Upon investigation he found that the fluorescence was caused by unknown rays (which he named "x-rays") originating from the spot where cathode rays hit the glass wall of the vacuum tube. He announced his discovery in the present paper, which described the rays' photographic properties and their amazing ability to penetrate all substances, even living flesh. Although he was unable to determine the true physical nature of the rays, Röntgen was certain that he had discovered something entirely new, a belief soon confirmed by the work of other scientists such as Becquerel, Laue and the Curies. For his discovery, Röntgen was awarded the Nobel Prize in physics for 1901" (Norman). "Their importance in surgery, medicine and metallurgy is well known. Incomparably the most important aspect of Röntgen's experiments, however, is his discovery of matter in a new form, which has completely revolutionized the study of chemistry and physics. Laue and the Braggs have used the X-rays to show us the atomic structure of crystals. Moseley has reconstructed the periodic table of the elements. Becquerel was directly inspired by Röntgen's results to the investigation that discovered radioactivity. Finally J.J. Thomson enunciated the electron theory as a result of investigating the nature of the X-rays" (PMM). "The discovery by Professor Röntgen of a new kind of radiation from a highly exhausted tube through which an electric discharge is passing has aroused an amount of interest unprecedented in the history of physical science" (J.J. Thomson, 'On cathode rays,' Report of the Sixty-sixth Meeting of British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1896). "It was this separate printing, and the following four additional printings in five issues, that were primarily responsible for the rapid dissemination of the news of Röntgen's discovery" (Klickstein, Röntgen, p. 62). "On Friday evening, 8 November 1895, Wilhelm Röntgen remained long hours in his laboratory and was late for dinner

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        History of English Literature

      Philadelphia, PA: The Gebbie Publishing Company, 1895. This iis a matched 8 volume set being the "Connoisseur Edition" with a limited printing of 25 sets with this set being set number 8. The limitation statement features an embossed stamp. This set of books is full leather with 5 raised boards, gold gilt lettering on the spine, gold gilt to the top of the page edgeds and decorative gold gilt ruling to the front and rear covers and marbled end sheets. All of the volumes have reinforced gutters. The page edges are untrimmed and are age toned, but the book pages are extremely clean and bright. All of the volumes have a tasseled page marker. This is a stunningly beautiful set of books and I can't find another set of the Connoisseur edition of this work for sale anywhere. . First Thus. Hard Cover. Fine/No Dust Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        The Stolen Bacillus. And Other Incidents.

      London: Methuen and Co., 1895. FIRST EDITION: Publisher's blue cloth, gilt. Some general wear and handling, signs of use and ownership (name, armorial bookplate), but essentially a very good, solid copy.A series of cynical biological and scientific tales are the basis for H.G.Wells' first collection of Science Fiction stories. Includes 'The Flying Man', 'The Flowering of the Strange Orchid', The remarkable Case of Davidson's Eyes', and 'The Lord of the Dynamos'. Geoffrey H.Wells [6]. Bleiler; Checklist of Fantastic Literature [275]. Shorter New Cambridge Bibliography (Eng.Lit.) 1293-8.

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        Roselaui-Gletscher, Wettterhorn, Rychenbach. Photochrom.

      Um 1895 - Bildgrösse 53x40 cm. Unter Passepartout auf Unterlage alt montiert. Hinten bezeichnet und mit Nr. 3158 versehen. - Passpartout unten mit schwachem Wasserrand. Sehr guter Zustand.

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        LEXIKON DES KLEIDERMACHERS.- Erster Band: Die königl. preußischen, die königl. bayrischen, die königl. sächsischen, die königl. württembergischen, die großherzogl. badischen, die großherzogl. weimarischen, die großherzogl. hessischen, herzogl. braunschw. Forstuniformen und diejenigen der Reichslande Elsaß-Lothringen sowie die gesammte Jagdkleidung in ihrem kleidsamen und zweckentsprechendsten Formen.

      Dresden (Lehmann), 1895. Gr. 8°. 103 S. mit zahlreichen Abb. und Schnittvorlagen sowie 8 farblithographische Bildtafeln mit Uniformen. OLn. Einbandbeschriftung geblichen, oberer Rücken mit kleinem Fehler, innen annähernd tadellos. Im Original praktisch unauffindbar. Ein museales Kleinod. Versand D: 6,00 EUR

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        Address of the Commissioners for Raising the Endowment of The University of the South (1859 FIRST PRINTING)

      B.M. Norman, New Orleans 1895 - 5 1/2 X 8 3/4 Inches. 16 PP. The foundational fundraising circular printed in order to garner support for the construction of Sewanee, The University of the South. "The Southern States have not been indifferent to the subject of Collegiate education. Each of these States, at a very early period of its history, has founded an Univeristy, upon which it was intended to concentrate the patronage of the State Legislature.the world is trying hard to persuade us that a slaveholding people cannot be a people of high moral and intellectual culture." Original cream wrappers with a solid vertical fold down the middle. Slight scuffing to the covers. The date of "1859" handwritten at top of front cover. An exceedingly impressive copy of this rare copy only represented by Harvard University on OCLC. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        La petite classe

      first edition. Binding to bradel half gray calico, flat spine decorated with a golden floral pattern, date and dual gold tail thread, as part of blue shagreen, marbled paper boards, contemporary binding. Signed autograph Jean Lorrain Madame Alphonse Daudet. printed stamp of Madame Daudet library head of a guard. Paul Ollendorf Paris 1895 11,5x19,5cm relié

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

      London: George Allen, 1895. Second printing thus. 8vo. (xxviii), 476, (2) pp. Publisher's ornately gilt decorated green cloth with a peacock design to the upper board and spine, all edges gilt. Numerous illustrations. A lovely, bright copy.

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        AMs. "Relation über die Kaiser-Manöver bei Kaplitz im September 1895". N. p., c. 4th or 5th of September 1895.

      1895. Folio. 10 pp. on 6 ff. With autograph address. Detailed report on the military exercise of the 15th Regiment "Freiherr von Bechtolsheim".

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        The Lost Stradivarius

      Blackwood and Sons, 1895 A first edition, first printing published by Blackwood and Sons. Catalogue dated 11/95. A good+ copy with two book plates to the pastedown and endpaper and a line of writing to the front endpaper. Some rubbing to the edges and corners and some light splitting to the cloth in places. A rare first edition of this famous story.

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        Spenser's Faerie Queene.

      London: George Allen,, 1895-1897. A poem in six books; with the fragment Mutabilitie. Edited by Thomas J. Wise. Pictured by Walter Crane. 6 volumes, quarto. Original cream-coloured cloth, gilt lettered spines, front covers lettered in red and with large pictorial gilt stamp, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Double-page illustrated title page to volume I, divisional titles, 88 full page plates, 80 head-pieces, 55 tail-pieces, by Walter Crane. Some thumbing to covers, a few inner joints cracked but sound, scattered light spotting but a very good set. First and limited Crane edition, one of 1,000 copies. A grand production, printed by the distinguished Chiswick Press on handmade paper, lavishly illustrated by Walter Crane and edited by the book collector and forger T. J. Wise "of all people" (Percy Muir). Crane's designs encompass both an Art Nouveau and an Arts & Crafts aesthetic - he had, of course, worked with Morris at the Kelmscott Press - and this edition of Spenser's epic was issued at the height of his fame: he had an exhibition of his work touring Europe "and he was delighted to find that German collectors and museums bought his allegorical paintings, which chimed with German symbolist work" (ODNB). It was one of his last substantial commissions.

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        Blumen vor rotem Grund. Öl auf Lwd..

      46 x 35 cm, Tadell. in Rahmen Links unten monogrammiert Sc. Auf Rückseite signiert, datiert und betitelt.Giuseppe Scartezzini (1895-1967), geboren in Innsbruck, später in Zürich. Maler und Glasmaler. Wand- und sakrale Glasmalerei, Profan- und Kabinettscheiben. Stillleben und Interieurs. (SIK)

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        PRIDE AND PREJUDICE - The Peacock Edition

      New York: Macmillan & Co, 1895. Hardcover. Very Good. With a Preface by George Saintsbury and Illustrations by Hugh Thomson. New York: Macmillan & Co., 1895. An early reprint. The Peacock Edition, designed and illustrated by Hugh Thomson (1860-1920), whose popular Baroque style, previously employed on an Elizabeth Gaskell novel, became known in the trade as "Cranfordization." So iconic is this binding design, which features a peacock perched atop a sundial, that it appears on everything from t-shirts to tote bags. Octavo. Original green cloth binding, decoratively stamped in gilt. Period bookplate to the front pastedown, with a previous owner's ink signature and date (1898) to the front flyleaf. The hinges are starting and still sound. A few small nicks to the spine ends and joints; else a striking example of this celebrated Victorian gift book.

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        Syr Perecyvelle of Gales. [Overseen by F.S. Ellis, after the edition printed by J.O. Halliwell from the MS. in the Library of Lincoln Cathedral].

      8vo. Bound in full plum morocco by Morrell, gilt borders comprised of a single fillet and a dotted line with corner ornaments, gilt panelled spine with five raised bands, gilt turn-ins, top edges gilt; wood-engraved frontispiece after Edward Burne-Jones, wood-engraved borders and initials, text printed in black and red in the Chaucer type; slight foxing to the last leaf of text, bookplate on front paste-down, a very nice copy. 350 copies were printed, plus 8 on vellum.

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        Den østgrønlandske Expedition, udført i Aarene 1891-92 under Ledelse af C. Ryder.

      3 bd. Kbhvn.: Reitzel 1895-96. Rigt illustr., samt med 40 tavler, hvoraf en del er dobbelte eller udfoldelige (litografier, tabeller, kort) og enkelte i farver. 376; 516; 272 s. Indbundet i privat halvlæder med guldtryk på ryggene. Rygge svagt falmet og med lette brugsspor. Richly illustr., and with 40 plates, some folding, some double (lithographs, tables, maps), a few in colour. Bound in contemporary halfleather with goldprint on spines. Spines weakly faded and marked of use. Meddelelser om Grønland / Reports on Greenland vols. 17-19.

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        Flags National And Mercantile

      Portsmouth: Griffin and Co. 1895 - | 8¾" x 5½". [III] 35,25,4 [8]pp. Index. | Flags National and Mercantile For The Use Of Officers of Royal Navy, Mercantile Marine; and Yacht Squadrons: Containing Flags Of The Royal Navy; National Ensigns For Men-Of-War; National Colours For Mercantile Marine; International Code; Fog Signals; Optional Signals; Signals Of Distress; Vessels' Lights As Seen By A Look-Out Man, And 957 House Flags And Funnels Of The Principal Ships Of The Mercantile Marine, And 120 National Flags And Signals. Third Edition With Supplementary Index-Greatly Enlarged, (175 Additional Flags).Pages 5-35 IndexPages 2-25 National Flags; Sound Signals for Fog &c.; Vessels' Lights as Seen by a Look Out Man; Steam Vessels; Sailing Vessels; (Many uncoloured, blank, flag and funnel templates)Pages Pages 1-4 SupplementPages 1-8 Index to supplement For more photos or information, use the «Ask Bookseller» button and I'll be pleased to help. The book is in stock and ships from the rustic nirvana of Peasedown St. John, near Bath, England from a long-established bookseller - guaranteed by my reputation and the UK Distance Selling Act. Remember! BUYING THIS BOOK means my Jack Russells get their supper! Condition :: Poor. Boards amateurishly covered, now worn and somewhat soiled. Upper board help in place with tape, hinge showing at the title page and last few leaves. Scattered spotting and tanning, heavier in places, throughout although the majority of the plates are unaffected. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Notes on the Cross of Cong

      Printed Privately at the Dublin University Press, Dubliin 1895 - , [2], 12 pages, 2 colour illustrated plates with titles, limited edition number 22 of 224, title page with red and black titles, initial and tailpiece, illustrations in text with titles, from the library of Ray D Inskeep (a prominent archaeologist and Curator at the Pitt Rivers Museum) and Adi Inskeep (socio-anthropologist) Limited Edition , much wear to covers, brown tape repair securing spine, covers detached from interior, occasional marking to leaves, slight fraying to foredge of leaves, lavishly illustrated to full size, interior good condition, exterior fair condition , textured cream card, red and black titles to upper board with decorative initial, red twine to seam, cellophane cover quarto, 33 x 27 cms Paperback ISBN: [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Geschichte des Bräuwesens in Budweis. Eine Festschrift zum hundertjährigen Bestande des Bürgerlichen Bräuhauses. mit ganzseitigen, Lithographie rten Ansichten auf Budweis, gefalt. Ansicht u. Grundriss des Brauhauses, Tafel mit Auzeichnungen u. gefalt. Übersichtstabellen.

      Im Selbstverlage des Bräuausschusses [1895] OLWd., viii, 370 Seiten, 2°, Reichverzierter Einband mit floral Bordüre auf Vorderdeckel und farbigem Stadtwappen (Schutz-Marke) auf Hinterdeckel; Schwarzprägung auf Rücken, roter Schnitt, gemusterte Vorsätze. Buchbinderschildchen auf dem Vorsatz. Einband leicht berieben und ganz leicht gelockert; Kanten und Ecken leicht beschabt. Schnitt etwas tintenfleckig, Seiten stellenweise unscheinbar beschmutzt, sonst in diesem Originalzubereitung besonders selten, sehr guter Zustand.Geschichte, Brauwesen, Böhmen, Budweis

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      1895 - [scarce -- the McCutcheon copy] A Melodramatic Farce. London: Wm. Heinemann, n.d. [1895]. Original grey printed wrappers, the front cover serving as title page. First Published Edition (? -- see below). The play "Robert Macaire" had been performed in England since 1835, and before that had been performed in France as early as 1823 (the protagonist is an unscrupulous swindler and con man, who in French culture came to represent the archetypal villain; there was even a daring dance, similar to the later can-can, called the Robert-Macaire). Urged on by Herbert Beerbohm Tree, Stevenson and Henley adapted it in late 1884; however, in late 1885 Tree withdrew from the project, and further stipulated that all passages "indebted to his suggestions" must not be used in any productions.~The true first edition of their adaptation of this play was an 1885 London publication "for private circulation only," that requested copies be returned to Henley. Their play then appeared in the June 1895 issue of The New Review (which was edited by Henley and published by Heinemann); in that issue, the play occupies the 22 pages from 685 to 706.~This is an offprint of those 22 pages, with a grey wrapper that serves as title page; at the end of the text on page 22 (as on page 706 of The New Review), it reads "All Rights Reserved. Entered at the Library of Congress, Washington." The printer is also noted on that page, Harrison and Sons of London.~This edition is so scarce that it is NOT cited in today's major Stevenson bibliographies, such as the Yale (Beinecke) and Princeton (Gerstley/Parrish) collections; both cite the 1897 clothbound Heinemann edition as the "first UK published." This edition IS noted in the original (1903) Prideaux bibliography, but as the "first American issue" and with the date "[1892]" -- which is not true; the 1914 Grolier catalogue (item 69 -- "[1892]. first American edition.") repeats Prideaux's 1903 error. For Prideaux's 1917 ("current") edition, this listing was corrected to "English Edition" and the year 1895; the British Library description (11779 h.28) likewise has it right ("[1895]")~The reason for the question-mark at the beginning of this description is that Stone & Kimball of Chicago were pursuing the same approximate timetable. Macaire was indeed "entered at the Library of Congress" on May 27, 1895 -- in the name of Stone & Kimball; it then appeared in their bi-weekly "Chap-Book"s of June 1st and June 15th (at about the same time as in The New Review), followed by a one-volume edition bound in cloth -- priority uncertain between that and this 22-page Heinemann one, though this Heinemann one, being already type-set for The New Review and bound simply in wrappers, should easily have been earlier.~Condition is very good-plus (some wear to the delicate spine and a little at the bottom edge). Provenance: bookplate of the American novelist and book-collector George Barr McCutcheon (1866-1928); housed in the handsome morocco-backed slipcase which McCutcheon had made for his Stevenson books. Not in Beinecke but see 339-343 and 1124; not in Princeton; Prideaux p. 42. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Domestic Japan. Illustrated descriptions of articles used in Japanese daily life. First volume - kitchen utensils.

      printed by the Yokohama Seishi Bunsha, 1895. Booklet of eight leaves folded in the Japanese manner within original colour illustrated wrappers with silk ties, 165 x 236 mm., featuring a double page plate of a domestic scene, with additional illustrations of 76 wares. A remarkable guide to Japanese domestic wares, with English language descriptions to 76 fully illustrated items. This booklet focuses on the kitchen and features an astonishing double-page plate showing the layout and arrangement of a Japanese period home, showing respective zones for food preparation, cooking and the entertainment of guests. Items specifically illustrated and described include lacquer wares, a charcoal-burning stove, lanterns, wooden buckets and items used in the tea ceremony. A beautiful copy of a very attractive and informative work. Wrappers gently creased otherwise excellent.

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        The Time Machine: an invention. FIRST EDITION.

      William Heinemann. 1895 Half title. Orig. grey printed wrappers; spine & edges expertly & unobtrusively repaired, sl. creased with some sm. tears to fore-edges. In custom-made blue cloth box.Wells 4. Published simultaneously with the first cloth edition. A nice copy of Wells' most celebrated work, and extremely scarce in the original wrappers.

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        K voprosu o razvitii monisticheskogo vzglyada na istoriyu [i.e. English 'On the Question of the Monistic View of History'].

      St. Petersburg, 1895. 8vo. In contemporary half calf with (vague) title to spine. Extremities with wear. Small stamp to top of right corner of title-page, otherwise internally fine. (4), 287, (1) pp. The exceeding rare first edition of Plekhanov's (published under the pseudonym of Beltov) landmark work which was seminal in the spreading of Marxism in Russia. Today, it is considered one of most important theoretical works of Russian Marxism from that period. Lenin would later comment that Plekhanov's book "helped educate a whole generation of Russian Marxists", and Engels, shortly after the publication, wrote directly to Plekhanov congratulating him on the "great success". Plekhanov is regarded as being the founder of Russian Marxism and its main theoretician. Due to his effort and present publication, Russian revolutionaries turned from the Narodniki (populists) movement fashionable in the 1860ies and 70ies to Marxism. The book was sold out immediately after publication and during the Soviet years it was translated into 12 languages and Russian author Mikhail Ivanovich Bulgakov referred to it as the 'The gospel of Russian Social-Democracy'. With the present publication, Plekhanov provided the first creative application of Marxism to the analysis of economic conditions in Russia after the Reform and showed the immediate needs of the Russian revolutionary movement and the political tasks of the Russian working class. He laid bare the reactionary essence of the so-called socialist views of the Narodniks, which had nothing in common with scientific socialism."Marx tells us, he declared, that when a society "has got upon the right track of the natural laws of its movement" it can "neither skip the natural phases of its development nor remove them by legal enactment"; Russia, however, Plekhanov insisted, had not yet entered upon this disastrous track. Western Europe was forced to develop along capitalist lines because the village commune there had disintegrated in the struggle with feudalism; in Russia, though, the village commune had been preserved relatively intact." Later he attacked the course for a socialist revolution, steered by Lenin. He held that the revolution in February 1917, being a bourgeois revolution, was to be the beginning of a long period of capitalist development in Russia. That was why he had a negative attitude towards the Great October Socialist Revolution, seeing it as a "violation of all the laws of history". " (Walicki, A History of Russian Though).Engels commented in January 30, 1895 in a letter to Vera Zasulich that it had been published at a most opportune time. Tsar Nicholas II had just released a statement on January 29 that announced that it was fruitless for the locally elected district councils (Zemstvos), to agitate for any more democratic reforms in the Russian government. Nicholas II had decided to return Russia to the absolute Tsarist autocracy of his father, Alexander III. Under Nicholas II's re-initiation of absolute autocracy, the Zemstvos would become superfluous and basically be abolished. Engels expected this announcement would cause an upsurge in popular protest in Russian and Engels thought the timely publication of Plekhanov's book would augment that popular protest.By the time of its publication, the author was in exile, banned from returning to Russia for 15 years. He wrote the book while staying in London, where he went after being deported from France in 1894 and it appeared legally in Russia under the pseudonym Beltov. Because of the censorship, Plekhanov gave the book, as he put it, the "purposely clumsy" name "monist" without indicating which conception of history-the materialist or the idealist- was meant. Plekhanov's works served the dissemination of proletarian internationalism and the establishment of close ties between the revolutionary movement in Russia and in Western Europe, which is why Lenin pointed to the necessity of studying Plekhanov's philosophical works and insisted on them being republished and included in the "series of compulsory manuals of communism.

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        Die Theorie der Parallellinien von Euklid bis auf Gauss, eine Urkundensammlung zur vorgeschichte der nichteuklidischen Geometrie ...

      Leipzig: Teubner, 1895. First edition, Engel's own annotated copy, of this important collection of texts in the pre-history of non-Euclidean geometry, covering the period 1482-1837, and including works by Euclid, Wallis, Saccheri, Lambert, Gauss, Schweikart and Taurinus, many of which are virtually unobtainable in their original editions. Also included are extracts from letters between Gauss, Wolfang Bolyai, Bessel and Schumacher. Engel's notes were perhaps made in preparation for a second edition, which never appeared. Engel & Stäckel include a facsimile of the historic letter from Gauss to Taurinus, written at Göttingen on 8 November, 1814, in which Gauss describes his own prior discovery of non-Euclidean geometry: "The assumption that the sum of the three angles [of a triangle] is less than 180° leads to a curious geometry, quite different from ours (the Euclidean), but thoroughly consistent, which I have developed to my entire satisfaction, so that I can solve every problem in it with the exception of the determination of a constant, which cannot be designated a priori. The greater one takes this constant, the nearer one comes to Euclidean Geometry, and when it is chosen infinitely large the two coincide. The theorems of this geometry appear to be paradoxical and, to the uninitiated, absurd; but calm, steady reflection reveals that they contain nothing at all impossible. For example, the three angles of a triangle become as small as one wishes, if only the sides are taken large enough; yet the area of the triangle can never exceed a definite limit, regardless of how great the sides are taken, nor indeed can it ever reach it. All my efforts to discover a contradiction, an inconsistency, in this Non-Euclidean Geometry have been without success, and the one thing in it which is opposed to our conceptions is that, if it were true, there must exist in space a linear magnitude, determined for itself (but unknown to us). But it seems to me that we know, despite the say-nothing word-wisdom of the metaphysicians, too little, or too nearly nothing at all, about the true nature of space, to consider as absolutely impossible that which appears to us unnatural." The editors Engel & Stäckel also published (separately) other historico-critical editions of works on non-Euclidean geometry. In particular, Engel published a translation of Lobachevsky's Elements of Geometry (1829) and of his New elements of geometry with a complete theory of parallel lines. Stäckel published a critical edition of the correspondence between Gauss and Wolfgang Bolyai as well as works on the lives and works of Wolgang and János Bolyai. Friedrich Engel (1861-1941) received his doctorate at Leipzig in 1883, and in the following year travelled to Oslo to assist Sophus Lie in writing up his researches on transformation groups, eventually published in three volumes as Theorie der Transformationsgruppen (1888-93). Engel published Lie's collected works in six volumes and prepared a seventh (not published until 1960). He also edited the works of Hermann Grassmann, which did much to bring this author's obscure works to the attention of the mathematical world. Engel received many honours for his work including the Lobachevsky Gold Medal and the Norwegian Order of St Olaf. He was elected to the Saxon Academy of Sciences, the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Norweigian Academy of Science and Letters, and the Prussian Academy of Sciences. Sommerville, p. 126. 8vo (236 x 156 mm), pp. x, 325, with 145 figures in the text, and a facsimile of a letter by Gauss over 4 pages at the end. Interleaved with blanks throughout. Signed by Engel on front-free endpaper and with pencil notes in his hand in the margins and on several of the interleaved blanks. Contemporary half-calf, capitals with some light wear, block shaken a bit, ex-library and withdrawal stamps to the half-title and titel, book sellers ticket to front pastedwon.

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

      London: Hutchinson, 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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        AUTOGRAPH ALBUM. Leeds Town Hall, 1861 - 1895....

      Leeds. 59 pp. of Autographs, 100 blank leaves. 7-1/2" x 4-3/4" Wear to leather edges and spine. Dark purple cloth repair to bottom of spine. Gilt & leaves still bright. Previous tape repair to front and rear hinges. Binding - Good to About VG....

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        Khozyain I rabotnik (Master and Man)...

      St. Petersburg: V. S. Balashev, 1895. Soft cover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (148x91 mm), [6], 152, [2] pp, with a frontispiece portrait of Tolstoy and 15 text illustrations. Original publisher's wrapper with covers and spine printed in red and black and with illustration to front cover (spine somewhat chipped and cracked, little wear do edges, partial tanning to front- and back-cover). Internally crisp and unmarked. Signed by Tolstoy ("Leo Tolstoy / 22 October 1895.") on half title. Provenance: Walter Nelson Collection of Russian literature, Switzerland. Tolstoy signed books are very rare. ----Published in the year of the first edition, this is one of Tolstoy's greatest late short stories, a painstakingly crafted parable and a tale of tragedy about the passage from life to death. Written in late 1894, 'Master and Man' was first published simultaneously in the periodical 'Severnyi Vestnik' and by Tolstoy's own publishing house 'Posrednik' in Moscow on March 5, 1895. The story became very popular in short time, with several editions in Russia and translations into English, French and German in the same year. Very Good....

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        The Works of E.A. Poe (including Tales of Mystery and Imagination).

      London: Published by J. Shiells and Co., 1895. 8 volumes; complete. A beautiful edition, illustrated with 24 fine photogravures, presented in a very decorative contemporary half dark green morocco, gilt, over marbled sides, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers. Light rubbing to the spine of a couple of volumes, bookplate of Joseph R Scott - director of the Theatre Royal, Newcastle, and a relative of Sir Walter Scott. Overall a most attractive set in a vintage leather binding. A seminal figure in the development of science fiction and the detective story, Edgar Allan Poe exerted a great influence on Dostoyevsky, Conan Doyle, Verne, and Baudelaire. This collection of Poe's best stories contains all the terrifying and bewildering tales that characterize his work, as well as the Gothic horror of 'The Pit and the Pendulum' with other similarly wierd tales, together with all three of the landmark cases featuring his ground-breaking detective Auguste Dupin; the history of the detective story begins with the publication of 'The Murders In the Rue Morgue' (Matthews). He was a writer of genius who was interested in crime, especially violent death, in cryptograms, and the whole process of logical deduction (Quayle). Poe's mystery of 'The Purloined Letter' is a prototype of spy stories like those of James Bond. (Haining). Queen's Quorum (their first Cornerstone title), Eric Quayle; Detective Fiction. Peter Haining; Crime Fiction. Listed in 100 Books That Shaped World History [Raftery, 2002].

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        Collection of designs for Christmas cards.

      (Birmingham, England): (1892-1895). One mat with four openings,3ff. A collection of four original pen-and-ink drawings for Christmas cards designed by Georgie Gaskin for Laurence W. Hodson and his family, together with the printed versions of three of the cards. Hodson, an important collector, philanthropist, and patron of the arts, was a good friend of both William Morris and Georgie and Arthur Gaskin. All four designs feature ornate floral and foliate borders, reminiscent of the illustrations of the Kelmscott Press. The first card, from 1892, is illustrated with a grapevine design with children and birds incorporated into the pattern among the vines. The second card, for 1893, depicts two girls standing in front of an apple tree, with the text on banners amidst the branches. The third and fourth cards, for 1894 and 1895, both depict nativity scenes: in one, angels surround the baby in the manger, and in the other, three kings present gifts to the swaddled child, held in Mary's lap. The first two cards, from 1892 and 1893, are signed G. C. France: this was Georgie's maiden name, before she married Arthur Gaskin, a teacher and artist who produced woodcuts for the Kelmscott Press. Both Gaskins studied at the Birmingham School of Art, were strong proponents of the Arts & Crafts movement, and embraced the style and ideas of William Morris. The influences of Morris and Edward Burne-Jones are certainly evident in Gaskin's designs for these Christmas cards, but one can also see her own style developing and evolving over the four years. Georgie and Arthur Gaskin were also well-known for their elegant handmade jewelry; Georgie designed the jewelry, and her pieces often featured elaborate flowering vines, a characteristic that can readily be seen in the borders of these Christmas card designs. Gaskin's corrections can be seen in the last two cards, where she reworked the figures. One of the printed cards shows some faint marginal foxing, else a fine collection.

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        Eine neue Art von Strahlen [About a new kind of rays]

      1st Edition Wurzburg: Stahel'schen K. Hof- Und Universitats- Buch- Und Kunsthandluch, 1895. FIRST PRINTING, RARE OFFPRINT in original wrappers of Rontgen's announcement of the discovery of the X-ray. "Hertz and Lenard had published on the penetrating powers of cathode rays (electrons) and Rontgen thought that there were unsolved problems worth investigation... As a preliminary to viewing the cathode rays on a fluorescent screen, Rontgen completely covered his discharge tube with a black card, and then chanced to notice that such a screen lying on a bench some distance away was glowing brightly. Although others had operated Crookes tubes in laboratories for over thirty years, it was Rontgen who found that X rays are emitted by the part of the glass wall of the tube that is opposite the cathode and that receives the beam of cathode rays. He spent six weeks in absolute concentration, repeating and extending his observations on the properties of the new rays. He found that they travel in straight lines, cannot be refracted or reflected, are not deviated by a magnet, and can travel about two meters in air. He soon discovered the penetrating properties of the rays... The apparent magical nature of the new rays was something of a shock even to Rontgen... On 22 December he brought his wife into the laboratory and made an X-ray photograph of her hand" (Dictionary of Scientific Biography).Rontgen now needed to "substantiate his discovery if he was to claim priority and the credit of the scientific community... He persuaded a friend, the president of the local Physical Medical Society in Wurzberg, to include a handwritten paper, announcing the discovery of his 'new kind of rays', as a very late addition to the society's proceedings. He had priority of publication. Now, to spread the word about his 'X-rays', Rontgen bundled up preprints with copies of his photographs and sent them to the leading physicists of Europe, mailing packages on New Year's Day 1896" (Agar, Science in the 20th Century and Beyond).In 1901 Rontgen won the first Nobel Prize awarded in physics "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered by the discovery of the remarkable rays subsequently named after him."Provenance: The present "preprint" or offprint was received by the noted Swiss physicist Edouard Sarasin (1843-1917), with his signature on the front wrapper. Also with "gratis" stamp from the publisher on front wrapper.First printing, first issue with final blank and without separate title page (as issued). Note: A "Part II" was issued in March 1896 discussing a few improvements and an intensity scale.WITH: A very early illustration of the x-ray printed in the Supplement a la Patrie Suisse on 22 January 1896.Wurzburg: Stahel'schen K. Hof- Und Universitats- Buch- Und Kunsthandluch, 1895. Original wrappers. Faint toning to wrapper edges (as usual), very faint evidence of crease to wrappers. RARE, particularly in such fine condition. Very Good.

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        Poems Chosen out of the Works of Robert Herrick. [Edited by F.S. Ellis].

      8vo. Original limp vellum, green silk ties, spine lettered in gilt, edges untrimmed; pp. xiv[ii]296; woodcut title, woodcut border and large initial letters, text printed in red and black in the Golden type; slight creasing to spine, faint traces of ink writing having been erased from rear blank leaf, otherwise a very good copy. 250 copies were printed on Kelmscott hand-made paper.

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        The Journal of Joseph Hornby February March 1815 Together with a Letter to his sister Margaret Hornby


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        The Works of R.L. Stevenson. Include: Treasure Island, New Arabian Nights, The Black Arrow, The Dynamiters, The Master of Ballantrae, Travels with a Donkey, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, etc.

      Edinburgh: Printed by T. and A. Constable for Longmans, Green and Co., ..., 1895. Limited Edition, only 1035 copies of which this is No.454, initialled on behalf of the publisher. Octavo size, 32 volumes. Complete as published, comprising 28 volumes of works; the 4 extra volumes were issued slightly later (Biography in 2 vols, Letters in 2vols). Elegantly hand-bound in half tan morocco with twin labels and gilt to spine, marbled sides, top edge gilt, others uncut. Originally issued in a rather dull cloth binding meaning leatherbound sets are less common. Minor toning to page edges, externally fine. A robust and readable set in an attractive recent leather binding. The Edinburgh Edition. Due to the quality of the printing and paper, the Edinburgh edition is considered to be the best edition of Stevenson's collected works.

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        North America East Coast. West Indies. Jamaica. From British Surveys from 1873 to 1881.

      Washington, D.C. Hydrographic Office. 1882-1895 (?). Chart map, 25 1/4 x 36 1/2 inches on sheet size 28 1/4 x 42 inches, centerfold, 1 inch repaired tear at left margin and at edge of top centrefold (not touching neatline), light creasing across upper edge from previous rolling, good to very good condition. Neat watercolor highlight at Ft. Augusta, Plum Point and Morant Point. Two small notations in red. Chart No. 347. The copyright line reads "Published Feb.ry. 1882 at the Hydrographic Office Washington D.C."; at left is the note "Small corrections which can be entered on previous editions by hand from Notices to Mariners, ('88-52 ('91-12 ('92-5 (93-43 ('95-3, from other sources, III,91, XII, 91." A detailed map of the island of Jamaica.

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        En route

      Tresse & Stock. First edition on ordinary paper. Contemporary half black shagreen over marbled paper boards, spine in six compartments (slightly rubbed), marbled endpapers and pastedowns. Autograph inscription signed by Joris-Karl Huysmans.A very pale dampstain to foot of first leaf. Tresse & Stock Paris 1895 11,5x18,5cm relié

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        Le chariot de terre cuite

      Albert Savine. First edition of the French translation by Victor Barrucand this theatrical drama attributed to King Soudraka, it was not drawn large paperIllustrated cover of an original lithograph in colors of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.A small discharge adhesive paper head back and slightly off to the boards, otherwise nice copy.Rare. Albert Savine Paris 1895 12x19cm broché

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        Honoring the Sixteen Brave Soldiers Opening the Genbu [Xuanwu] Gate ????????????

      Masuda Fukutaro (?????), Meiji 28. 1895. - Lithograph with hand-color, 11 3/4 x 17 1/4 inches on sheet size 15 1/8 x 20 7/8 inches. Soiling to upper left margin, overall toning to sheet, soft creases to left margin and two soft vertical creases at centre; chips to lower left corner (outside image area); good, bright condition. A gruesome battle scene between Japanese and Chinese forces. Masuda Fukutaro (?????) is credited with producing printing & publishing the print in Kanda Nakamachi, Yonbanchi (Tokyo). The cartouche at upper right lists the names of the sixteen men. One of the many prints of the era which celebrated the selfless valor of the Japanese fighter, aimed at boosting the national spirit at home.

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